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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa JV1ASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE IT MASON cnr ii Rowing lor the last times FridayPariimbuats big inystery thriller The Studio Mur der Mystery which Is 100 per cent i It bw aieiven excellent wherever it haja been presented and has been success here according to reports The Ghost Wks the 100 per pent talking farce comedywill be seen and heard for the last tinriea at the Cecil Friday night It is a mixture of witty lines and funny situations thruout and has an ex cellent cwt headed by beautiful Helen Twelvetrees and Charles J3a ton Mason City is 19 be honored The first showing of The Hottentot in the west is to be at the Fair ace starting Saturday afternoon It s one of the greatest comedyhits pf the season and is the screen ver plonpt Colliers famous ptage farce Hottentot is a fulllength comedy produced by Brothers It will be here for four days and the midnight sliow p m Saturday will be sentedas usual BJdward Everett Horton will be seen and heard in he principal role of this 100 per jent talking feature Nine young screen and stage fa vorites head the listof principals in Follies of 1929 which will open a COMPLICATIONS YEILD QUICKLY TO NEWifONJOLA Grateful Lady Proud of Op portunity to Recommend New and Different Medicine If you are not feeling 100 per you suffer fromstomach liver kidney or bowel troubles or from rheumatism neuritis or ner vousness help yourself to the knowledge of hundreds of Mason City men and women whoknow from their own personal experience what a marvelous medicine Kon jola is sevenday engagement at the Ce fiil Saturday afternoon and serve net only to interpret characters in the story which concerns backstairs life but lead the many singtny anc dancing numbers They are Sue Carol Lola LaneSharon Lynn John Breederi Dixie Lee Davic Percy David Rollins Frank Rich ardson and Stepin Fetchit Two of the yeari pictures will bepresented at the thii rriojith The four Miura brothers humorous o Broadway will be seen arid heard In the screen version of their famous musical Cocoanuts Which will open at the Palace Sat urday Sept 14 Two of Zeigfelds stars Oaoar Shaw anc Mary Eeaton will be starred wjtl the Marx brothers Arjolson will be at the Palace comencing Sept 2i in Say It With Songs Madame X MotrbOoldxvyn Mayers all tajkmg picture with Ruth Chatterton and Lewis Stone will come tothe Cecil Saturday Sept It for 4 days The picture 1 a yjvid drama of a woman of Parisi who thru her mistake is exiled J tella of her tragedy and her wander logs overdue face of the earth The great dramatic in the court room where she finds that the at torney defending her on a murdei chargeis In reality her own son is a ppwerfu1 element In the story The showing for the las time Friday All At Sea one of Karl Danes arid George K Arthurs latest comedies Jt Is needless to saj that they fiirriish many laughs fo their admirers One of the most colorful figilres of legendarylore the skipper of Henry Waflsworth Longfellows bal lad The Wreck of the Hesperus is Portrayed by Sam DeQrasse in the Harry CarrJohn Farrow screen version of the poem which comes to the Iowa theater Saturday It is a special DeMille production for Pathe release apd was admirably directed by Elmer Clifton the Spreen expertwho made Down to the Sea in Ships DeGrasse who js recognized as one of the filrns most talented character actors was seen to advantage in The Fighting Eagle and The Country Doctor both DeMille pictures His role In The Wreck of the Hesperus is said to be tremendously effective Racing Romeo with Hed Grange Ihe famous football player in the principal role will be the attraction at the Bijou Saturday and Sunday t may not be generally known DUt led has been one of the few famous men who has been able to make rooj In more than one line He like abe Ruth has shown that he can make good on the screen Star Gazing HOLLYWOOD 8ept Leila Hyama contract has been renewed for anotherJ year Ethellnd Terry musical show fa will Appearin Lord Byron of Broadway Robert Mont gomery will appear opposite Norma Shearer in Their Own Desires Montgomery is best Known for hiFwork as ft juvenile on tlje New york stage Strange as it may Bfero tis said here that during In vaudeville Miss Ann Greemyay used to be known as the girl with the voice of gold Now she has talked and sung her way iito motion pic lures She now Is singing in Night Parade under the di rection of Mai St Clair MRS J B ELLJOTT Photo by Russell Call upon the Konjoia Man who la at Huxtables drug store r 116 South Federal avenue Mason City South Federal avenue Mason City Learn all about this supercom pound of 32 ingredients 22 of which are the juices of wellknown rrieflic inal herbs and roots which has be come the most talked of medicine 4n the nation Learn what TCorijola has done and is doing aatold by grateful Mason City citizens Among the mapy local Konjoia enthusiasts Is Mrs J IS Elliott who lives at North Federal avenue this city Happy in her newlyfound health she called upon the Konjola Man a few days ago and gave him the following statement about her experience with this master medi Little did I thinkthat it was possible for a medicine to give me relief so quickly as did Konjola hip is truly a wonderful rnedjpine nnd 1 am proud to Have an oppor tunity to recommend it to air who suffer v For mqre than year I have had badly rundown condition due to liver and kidney trouble and neu ritis I was subject to frequent dizzy spells and bad headaches Paing in back over my kidneys added to my suffering affecting me rngsl gariousiy jjj tljp jnornjner My deep would be Interrupted night risinira so that in the morn ing I wquld feel no more rested arid refreshed than I had Wheri I went to bed he neprjtis was ter rible Only it person who jias fered from this painful ailment will know what I went through But at last I found a medicine Tnat would help me and it was Konjola I had tried a number of other medlqlnes but without get tin any worthwhile resultsBut Within a few weeks tiroa I knew Konjola was different for I was re lieved of my ailments My liynr an1 kidneys are now in good onJer the dizzy spells night rfs ings and backache are gone It hap been some time sinoa rhave had a headache he statements In the newsriaper about Konjola gave me confidence in this medicine in the first plftce and my confidence cfeftaiitly was not misplaced for Is a REAL medicine1 Quickly and thoroughly Konjola works Taken after meals it works With the food you eat cleansing stimulating the dfcestivft or gans arrj aiding nature to build up flew and glorious health It con tains no alcohol no nervedeadening rtnies no heartdepressing chem The KonjofR Man ii ft Hustables riniar store Fcdnral avc nur Mipnn Ciiv whern riailv IIB is roofliT thr nuWir intrnrtnHn am explnintac the meritn of this new different medicine j RADIO PROGRAMS DBS MOJJVES 7 p rn Newssummary Baseball scores Phil Spitalney NBO program NBC program Old times favorites Sym phonic music NBC program El Tango Romantico Park Central Hotel orchestra Time Signal Weather fore cast BankersLife Comic opera hour SATURDAY SEPT 7 Uncle Quin scores dance Radio Dance orchestras 700 Old Time First Nights Hour from News features dance 3 hra i WJZ 30 Orch hour 800 Manpfielcl and Lee 00 Deface hour J000 Hawaiian Thels orchestra 11 pO Hampa orchestra Gene Ford Glenn 30 min MplsSt PaulSlO Scores dinner concert Same WABC 3 hrs Scores dance music 2 hrs WHO DBS MOINES Sunday Sept 8 p of ody program theater New York filming of Will Rogers Iqst pip he i pver chewed gum Dolores Pel Rio goes vising New York hveen Sixyearold Bobby Nelson wil be starred in 13 reel pictures Lenore TJlrio be seen in an opus the narpe of which at present is South Sea Rose Tis a story about a South sea girl who suddenly finds herself in New England Con rad Nagel and Louis Wolheim will oppear in The Ship From Shang hai Wilson Benge who plays movie butler roles has had almost ZOO offers to buttle In private lonies Laura La Plantes next 3 Poor Sport Emily Fitzroy Jie capable screen player who looks ke an austere queen is vacation ng The name of Dorothy itackaills The Woman on the has been changed to The Racket Bridge at jRock Falls to Be Finished Soon ROOK FALLS Sept on the arch bridge which is beingbuilt across the Shell Rock river con necting the north and south parts SEPTEMBER 6 i of town seems to rapidly Workmen now laying the forms for floor bridge Will be readyfgr Jn October An old proverb All work and no play makes JwkrlUw sellvllle Ark CourierDemocrat Commercial program 7PQ PavW Lawrence Commercial program Biblical drama Commercial program In the spotlight Russian cathedral choir NRT Sam 1000 Weather reports Bankers Life little symphony SUNDAY SEPT 8 Tom Dick and Harry Childrens Concert Organ Pat Barnes Dinner Music Same as WEAF mllU Musical 30 Porters Quartet News Sym Pance 213 WJz 15 Hour Orchestra 30 WJZ program Orchestra Singera Recital Musical Novelesque 1100 Gene Ford Glenn 30 mjni MplsSt Same as RENT ANEW TRUCK or CAR Drive It Yourself Special Rates on Long Drives All New Cars Chrysler De 9oto Dodge Pontiac Chevrolet Ford KELLUM RENTACAR CO 115 SO COMMERCIAL Mason City Iowa Just South of Chapmans Furniture Store Nellie Paddens Orchestra Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night September 7 AT THE ARMORY ADMISSION ALWAYS 26o Old you dont remem ler anyof tha things you learned at your mothers knee I learned that you cant got a m cent pair of silk i stockings that doesnt look terrible Pathfindes IOWA FRIDAY Bargain Day lOc THE PIRATE OF PANAMA 2 COMEDIES 2 AND WESTERN STARTS LONGFELLOW ON SCREEN The Wreck of the Hesperus His Famous Poem Filmed The Wreck of the Hes perus first written as a bal lad by Henry Wadsworth Long fellow in 1839 and later set to music by J L Hatton is the newest American classic to be utilizer by a film prnriucer in screen material SAT and SPNDAY The Racing Romeo KARL DAN E GEORGE K ARTHUR r ALL SINGING DANCING TALKING THE PffiST FOLLIES OF THE SCREEN Broadways Dazzle to You In the First Film the Most Intimate Revue Ever Produced STARTING SATURDAY SEPT 7th SPARKLE SPLENDOR GIRLS GALORE PALACE c i1 o STARTS SATURDAY EXTRA MIDNIGHT SHOW Saturday at PM 100 ALLTALKING 100 LAUGHS First Time In Iowa EDWARD EVERETTHORTON PATSYiRUTHMlLLERV EDMUND BRFESE LAST TIMES FRIDAY PARAMOUNTS 100 ALLTALKING THE STUDIO MURDER MYSTERY 100 SINGING DANCING TALKING CONTINUOUS SHOWS SUNDAY AT 1 3 5 7 and 9 p in ITS YOUTH SET TO MUSIC IN A NEVER ENDING DANCE MUSICAL COMEDY STARS blended into a Musical Revue so colossal so lavish so perfect that it baffles description The brilliant cast includes SUE CARROLL LOLA LANE SHAU ON LYNN JOHN BREEDEN DIXIE LEE DAVID PERCY DAVTO ROLLINS FRANK RICH ARDSON STEPIN FETCHIT FIRST TIME AT THESE PRICES Matinee 35C Except Sunflny Evening 5flc Bargain Matinee Saturday LAST TIMES FRIDAY The Comedy Hit THE GHOST
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