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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                ntractor Will Move to BurbankWill Sell Furniture in Thompson PTHOMPSON Sept C OHair who has been doing con struction work and building cement culverts has finished his contract Dormelson Lee county and has disposed of his outfit He will hold a furniture sale Saturday and the first of next week he and Mrs OHair Vinld daughter Louise will start for Burbank Cal where they will make their home HE SUFFERED FOR TENYEARS SMiien ALLBRAN Brought Re lief in 2 Months Doctor Recommended It Constipation is dreaded not only for its own insidious self but be cause of the many serious conditions and diseases it causes Mr Lind JWBS a read how he found relief For tha post 10 I have Buffered from piles At times I hava been unable to work I hava tried imppositoriea oint ments etc but to no avail Two months ago my etocer called toy at Mention to Kellosgs ALLBKAN 1 tesan taking It regularly Immediately tha pain annoyance from the piles was relieved I found that it requires very little ALLBRAN to give nature a fair cnance to a J LIND B 2 Box 137 Appleton TOs Dont neglect constipation At any time its poisons may take terri ble toll from your health and vrell being Protect yourself Eat rKelloggs ALLBRAN two tablespoonfuls daily or in chronic cases with every meal ALLBRAN brings sure relief It is what doctors cal a bulk food It sweeps the intestine clean and stimulates normal action Readytoeat with milk or cream Also try the recipes on the package Results guaranteed Doctors recom wend it because it is 100 bran y Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek Served in hotels restaurants and dining cars Sold by all grocers ALLBRAN ACCESSORIES TO BE INTERESTING Spanish Influence to Be Feature of Latest Fashion This time in reporting what is new in the line of fall accessories well start atthe top and work instance first well tell you about the new scarfs that smart women will wear then in turn well give you all the last jninuts infor mation on jewelry gloves handbags hosiery and shoes The scarfs of fall go to all lengths and designs to please the woman of fashion Perhaps the most Important scarf being shown by the local shops is one of fin ished with pointed and diagonal ends in both double and single thickness Some of the scarfs are accompanied by a bag of the match ing fabric Checks stripes and plaid designs seem to be the most in favor Largo Silk Squares Lanvin has sent us some large silk squares patterned with hand blocked modern designs placed di agonally square as his contribution to the fall scarf mode One we saw was of Copenhagen navy blue and tan colorings and an other was done In tan brown and capucine v We predict that you will get just as much fun out of browsing around the new jewelry sections of the stores as we did There are all sorts of new ideas offered for the new season and not the least among these are the semiprecious stones set in marcasite which to our way of thinking are fit for a queen and are really very inexpensive The rings in particular took our eye and we saw some pendant neckleces that would be stunning for the ma tron Spanish Influence No apparel or accessories seems to have escaped the influence of the Barcelona exposition in certainly not jewelry One very in teresting necklace and bracelet set we saw was in combinations of metal with red yellow and black predominating New Gloves You vill see much fancy stitch Ing in the now fall gloves You will also see that the tailored cuff type is the Important type featuring prominently leather appliques alone or in combination witha pearl blue button or a buckle trim The handbag buyers in the ma jority of the shops here informed us that it Is their opinion that wom en will favor underarm and envelope types for fall We shouldnt wonder either since the designers have made these two types so attractive Bags with bookless fasteners and vagabond shapes in our humble opinion will be very important Sev eral of the finer bags we saw were of brown calf offset by discreet bandings in darker tones One of these had a metal fasteningIn gold and silver Now Hosiery Shades The hosiery colors for fall arc greatly influenced by the furs that trim the new coats There is a shade called rose dust that has a strong mauve Influence and will harmonize beautifully with blue fox furs This particular shade will also harmonize very nicely with the purplered range of costume fabrics Then there is mocca that was created to match brown fox furs And so on Sable brown and black are the big two in shoe colors for fall The sa ble brown has a delightful beige cast and sable black assumes a gun metal tone by the way is invariably used as trimming on black shoes Pioneer Kossuth Woman Dies at Armstrong Home ARMSTRONG sept William Moore died here at her home Monday morningafter an ill ness with a cancer for the past two years Mrs Moore was one of the pioneer settlers of Kossuth county and had been a resident of Arm srong1 the past years SHOJES that smart Men HOOSE Theyre trying to make fall winter a twocolor scheme in foot wear for men By that we mean men must interchange brown and black shoes for tne next few months to be up to the minute in style Furthermore point out those manufacturers and retailers there is a great benefit to be derivedfrom rom a health point of view by changing IS VISITING DAUGHTER and Mrs Wil iiam Stuart has grone to Rockford 111 for a weeks visit withtheir Sough ter Mrs Hay Ives to m new location After Tuesday September 10th we will be located in our new lo cation at 215 SECOND ST S E OUl j Here will continue with Chrysler Agency and our repair shop will be ready at all times to service and repair any make of car You are welcome to our new home Stonier Motor Sales 215 SECOND ST S BISHOP IS RETAINED Rev Mr Potter liig been presiding elder of the Free Methodist church In Upper Iowa nndMinnesota district the past four years hag been retained for another year by the conference being held at Minneapolis WIIA ACCOMPANY PARENTS Louise Ohalr who has been working for the Para mount Film company Des Moines lias severed her connections there to ac company her parents Mr ami Mrs Ohair totheir new location at Bur bank Cal ADDING BUUJMNfiS Glassel is add ing a new srranary and corn crib com hined to his already well improved farm slipped on and off without any un tying or unbuttoning Shirts and Shorts In underwear there is a decided and growing preference for shirts and shorts The lisle and come both in white anJ in pastel shades Tho shorts broad cloth sateen and madras come in plain colors and patterns Some shirtandshort combinations con sist of patterned shorts and white shirts edged with the pattern on tha shorts Mens hose will be distinguished clocka Dr V A Farrell M B A BUILDING General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children daily from one pair of shoes to an other Incidentally say they It will actually reduce the cost of footwear over a period of time While the shades of tan and brown ranged last spring from an1 almost lemon color to deep ma hogany the conservative dresser by small neat figures will adhere to the medium tones shading down to the darker ones That means there will be more con verts to the color Idea than hereto fore and it la possible that the mak ers will make headway in their pro paganda Long Pointed Wing Tip As for style thn retailers will show you the English last with an extremely long pointed wing tip This style will be highly perforated with the right and left quarter low set and the shoe built slightly high er In front This may be an extreme step Jn styling and a slight departure from the English conservative last of spring which In turn marked a notable change from the semibal loon last of a year ago The new mode follows the Ixjndon idea closely and if adhered to by the average man will mean a grad ually weaning away from the jazz models of other years Simplicity in other words will be a notable fea ture Following English Style Tha wing tip idea will be preval ent in both blacks and browns Where straight caps are used the makers have supplied a generous amount of punching this in appre ciation of the English styles Sport shoes will be worn to some extent during the early fall months and in the southern states up until winter and these styles will be on the order of those offered by the merchants last summer For informal wear the style com mittee reports that oxfords of pat ent may be worn with either tip or tipless but the latter style naturally will have the greater following The lasts will ba either medium or nar row In spats the beaver fawn pearl and dark gray tones will favored Last year an attempt was made to sell spats with the zipper arrange ment hut this Innovation failed to register and now were back again to the button type Solid color ribbed hose will likewise be in evidence Grays light tans blacks and heather mixtures are slated for preference Silk Square Mufflers In other furnishings the conserv ative idea is also manifest Mufflers in blackandwhite will be good in small checks and figures tans too Silk squares will be the best sellers However some modernistic ef fects are also beingshown for those who welcome novelty effects Hand kerchiefs be simple linen or silk affairs with white centers Bur rounded by colored usually pat terned borders VISITS WITH AUNT and Mrs L s Johnson ana eon Hnrold of Thoiare viaitins Mr and Mrs T C Christen sen liere They are entente for liome after visiting a week at Madison Win with relatives Mrs Johnson Is a niece QE Mra Clulstonsen Weiss School Board and Hancock County Farm Bureau Agreed GARNER Sept commit tee from the school board and one from the Farm Bureau have ar ranged to keep Coach Walter Weiss on tha high school faculty unti Dec 1 when he will take over the By that time the school board feels assured that another man can bo procured who will fill the requirements of the SmithHughes bill Meanwhile Mr Weiss is to line up with his duties as county agent with the present incumbent L I Nutty HOU MrSSTON MEETINGS mission meet ings fue being hel at the Bethney Lutheran church They started Sun day afternoon and will continue until Tuesday evening TS VISITING FIUENDS PLYMOUTMMw Frank Hazard of Wisconsin lina arrived or a visit with relatives and friends Sho was formerly nf Plymouth UPSETS INSIST ON Feenamint 272 or THE NEW BRUNSWICK RADIO COMBINED WITH THE FAMOUS BRUNSWICK PANATROPE QRUNSWICK has ATTENTION NASH OWNERS The GrimesNash Co NASH AUTOMOBILE DEALERS he located at 2224 2nd Street South East in the building formerly occupied by STONER MOTOR SALES CO AFTER TUESDAY SEPT 10th SALES SERVICE PARTS GrimesNash Co 2221 SECOND ST 55 K BURLINGTON MAN HAD SUFFERED 20 YEARS HE SAID I am a well strongman after twenty years suffering and I give all the credit to Sargon For years I had hardly any ap petite and was constantly troubled with indigestion and constipation also suffered bad headaches SMITH t MCCARTY caused from biliousness and was always taking some sort of laxa tive I was so nervous that I hard ly ever got a good nights sleep Rheumatism in my shoulders and leek also troubled me a lot and I finally got to the point where I didnt seem to have any strength or energy left at all Nothing I ook seemed to help until I started Sargon and Sargon Soft Mass Pills Aly improvement began the day started the treatment I now en oy my food never have indigestion and am completely relieved of the leadaches and rheumatism I dont now when I have slept as well The pills ended my constipation and biliousness in an easy natural way I never expect to be without this splendid treatment In the house again The remarkable experience re ated above is that of Smith L Mc 1305 Iowa St Burlington Snrgon may be obtained in Ma on City at Casey DrugCo MENS STYLES LESS GARISH Ensemble Scheme Gains Favor With Well H Drewd Men The general trend in mens fur mshinga continues toward neater and more conservative pattern ef fects Only the irrepressible colle gian is exempt from the taboo on large designsand garish color ef fects In nunijrous mens furnishings shops the blend idea is being played up That ig ensembles of shirt handkerchief tin and hose in the same tone are sold as a unit for 56 or 5850 or whatever the quality of the individual articles re quire These ensembles are boxed as a unit and named according to their color The Turquoise The Rus set The Silver Cloud The Golden rod etc Indeed theso monochrom atic blend effects occupy much of the careful mans attention in se lecting his raiment for the day Hairline Stripes In Shirta In shirts for example unobtru sive hairline stripes and toneon tone effects will be favored Shirts with starched collars attached will be the most popular model Mowed bythose with soft collars attached and by the shirts with stiff collars to match As to shirts in pastel shades col ors will probably be favored in the order 1 Blue 2 Tan 3 Biackaud white 4 Gray 5 Green 6 Laven der The preferred fabrics xvili doubtless be broadcloth woven ma dras and white oxford Small Knots in Ties When you buy your new neck wear for fall you may notice a slight tapering effect This is for the purpose of causing a smaller knot Fashions dictate for cravats now adays Small figures will remain popular while neat stripes are des tined to revive As to colors blue will hold first place as in shirts with blackandacarlet in aecond place Doublewarp goods enabling you to get a nicer knot and longer wear out of your neckwcnr will be not a little in demand An exception to the prevalent swing to subdued effects will be noted In the rather flamboyant pat terns in a largo proportion of the pajamas However toneontone effects and plain colors with fancy fronts and collars likewise will be in demand Pastel shades and black andwhite effects will be good too As between pajama models the pullover and coat styles are des tined for about equal vogue One in novation is 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Model highboy consoletype Radio Price Model beautiful lowboy consoletype Radio Prica All machines are sumptuously cabinetted in fine woods All are completely C current Prices quoted are without kV I11VJ3L tl THE BRUNSWICKBALKECOLLENDER CO CWegaMwVotfcTorontoBriiehs In All Principal GOn Tuesday nt oclock over WHO Brunswick Brevities goes on the air The featured artists will be Ray Miller and His Brunswick Recording OrchestraLee Sims Modernistic Pianist Al and Pete Famous Harmony Team Tune iu and listen to radio s most attractive entertainment WITH RADIOAND RECORDS Adams Paper and Specialties Co DISTRIBUTOR 410 Sycamore St AVnterloo Iowa Hear and See the New Brunswick Panatrope with Radio at Our Store We are exclusive Brunswick dealers in Mason Citij w CO   

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