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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITYGLOBEGAZETTE GUARANTEED RECON DITIONED FORD OARS OCR USED FORDS ARE RECONDITIONED RIGHT FOB JUST FOR SALE Did you ever the num ber of Uaed Ford Carsi1 sold from this Agency Theres a good reason for this many of them Our used cars are reconditioned for and not just for sale When you buy a used car its just like ail other cars you see on the streets androad theyre all usedbut the difference in service depends entirely onthe manner in which the car was repalrediOur repair abovethe aver business is based solelyon giving Ford ser flea Ire is of course that every Ford owner re ceives quality merchandise along with superior service YOU WELL PROFIT BY SELECTING ONE OK OUR RECONDITIONED OARS1 LEISSRING MOTOR COMPANY City Ik Dummy Clothing Store Man Found in Street Brings Police Squad CHICAGO Oct 8 blood curdling scream sundered the still night air The figure of a man lay huddled in the street Keep everyone away from the body until we LieutJoe McGuire to the excited person who phoned the report The cops arrived A score of per sons were gathered around at a re spectful distance Women clung timidly to masculine arms and shuddered shouldered his way thru the circle and dropped to one knee besidethe figure A queer ex pression gilded acrosshis face He got up and kicked the figure Just a clothing store dummy he said As to outlawing war a man cant quit liquor by laying in a supply to use in case he Is Inn Tribute Dr V A Farrell M B A BUILDING General Medicine Infant feeding and Diseases ef ChiWren PUBLIC WARNED ON INVESTMENTS Fraud Charges Filed Against Fur Farm Project in Minnesota A warning to the public not to in vest money in unknown enterprises Was sounded at theheadquarters of the Mason City Retail Merchants association Tuesday following the receipt of Information that fraud charges had been filed against a fur farmprojectln Minnesota in which a number 6 Mason City resi dents hadput their Investments According to the faction for a re celver brot In Henhepln countyit was discqvered that fur farm had sold moro than3000 muskrat breedingunits when it had In its possessiononly 200 In this case It Is alleged that investors have been defrauded outof hundreds of thou sands of dollars and thatthe cbn cern violated the blue sky laws of the state The complaint also charged that the assets of the puny only about and that its liabilities are in excess of A stockholder of this fur farm WAS said to have committed suicide tacMtsaof the loss of his life earn ings and charges of alleged fraud revealed ia a report submitted to Attorney investigator for the Minnesota Securities commission An of the companys books shoved that up to Dsc 3119S the corporation had received 1407000 for the sale of muskrats Since the beginningof the year an additional fiOOOO has been receivedInvesti gation disclosed the company had 3200 muskrata in 1U swamp Offi cials of the state game and fish department estimated that on the bails of the business done by the company there should be several million muskrats Bandits Rob Eight Officers of Building and Loan of CHICAGO Oofc 8 eight officers of the California Building and Loan association were in conference late last night five men one ofwhomcarried a ma chine gun entered made themlie on the floor and stole The robbers made Frank Stack treas urer open the safe which contained 54300 and then robbed the officers of LEAVESFOR MINNESOTA Fred Dohrmann who has beeri vlsltlne her children andotherrelatives here durlnt the summer months 1ms left for her home at Dodge Center Minn CLASS ELECTS iOFFICERS tB E B class of the Methodist Episcopal Church heW Friday night In Connection with a social tlms In the church parlors The 60 members brat a picnicsupper Newofficers nre Mrs CH TompJdnSi president Herman Olson vlco president Mrs Herman Olson secretary and treasurer DEATH MYSTERY Jeanne Eagels 35 stage and motion picturestar dies sud denly In New York hospital in which she was being treated for nerve ailment Miss Eagels best known role was her portrayal of Sadie Thompson In Rain Miss Eagles death follows close ly that of Myrnfy Darby Follies beauty and another Broadway favorite All work and no play makes jack the State Journal That Brutal Overseer Roasts in Hades AN ANCIENT PREJUDICE HAS BEEN REM O VED Wise legislation hot halted the ancient prejudice that dictated the exploitation of child labor For selfish gain Ctdded ly AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE it hat routed greed No longer are little children forced into slavery 11 it Gone is that ancient prejudice against has been made We removed the prejudice against cigarettes when we removed harmful corrosive ACRIDS pungent irri tants from the tobaccos TTEARS ago when cigarettes were made without the aid of 1 modern science there originated that ancient prejudice against all cigarettes That criticism1 is no longer justified LUCKY STRIKE the finest cigarette yipu ever smoked made of the choicest tobacco properly aged and skillfully Toasted TOASTING the most modern step in cigarette removes from LUCKY STRIKE harmful irritants which are pres ent in cigarettes manufactured iri the oldfashioned way Everyone knows that heat purifiesand so LUCKY STRIKES extra secret harmful cor rosive ACRIDS pungent irritants from LUCKIES which in the oldfashioned manufacture of cigarettes cause throat irritation and coughing Thus TOASTING has destroyed that ancient preju dice against cigarette smoking by men and by women g CIGARETTES S No Throat Irritation No Co ugh TUNE Lucky Orchntn every Saturday night over a coasttocomit network of tbe N B C O The American Co Mfra Its phrase that describes extra toasting process applied in the manu facture of Lucky Strike Cigarettes The fines Cream of the scien tifically subjected to penetrating heat at mini muni Fahrenheit Th exact expert regulation of such high tempera tures removes impurities More than a slogan Toasted is recognized by millions as th most modern step in cigarette manufacture FAMED IPANAS TO PLAY HERE Nationally Known Trouba dours Will Be at Legion Dance Friday The Ipana Troubadours a well known dance organization of na tional repute Is the latest orchestra tbbe engaged by the American Lej glondrum corps This group of mu sicians is to furnish the music Kri nightat the armory for the Le gions weekly dance TheTroUbadoura are more or less unique In that they cos tume itis announcedwill be the sarao type of suave which has been heard over the National Broadcast ing companys chain The organiza tion is underthe personaldirection 6f Harry Ford In additiontp their broadcasting the Troubadours than 4000records of dance music for the various recordingcompanies The organization was by Sam Lanih shortly afterthe direc tor was discharged from the U P navy wherehe played in marine bands The organization has been knownundervarious names since that time and its present tour has been arranged by Mr lianln altiio he has turned qver the baton to Mr Ford The present tour of the country which bringe the orchestra here Fri day bViu the nature of astyle forecast jazz for their programs eon numbers which theypredict will be hits of next season Doubt Whether Speed Laws Are Working to Advantage in State BBS MOiNES Oct 8 Whether Iowas new nospeed law is working better than the old limita tion of 40 milesan hour onmotor vehicles remained a moot question oday following release of mortality statistics of traffic deaths for the irst two months inwhich the new aw has been in effect Figures released by the state de partment of health vital statistics department showed that 63 persons met their deaths In traffic accidents n July and 64 In August of this year following the enforcement of the law which went Into effect uly 4 For the same two months ast year the figures showed 114 persons were killed in the same two months 52 in July and 72 in Au gust The new law has been working atlsfacforily both Secretary of State Ed M Smith and Roy Gault superintendent of the motor vehicle departmentagreed but they were unable tp give figures as to arrests under Its provisions Altho deaths during July and Au jrust jfrom ltrafflc accidents were duringthe same two months of lisf year Smith felt the new law was successful in viewof he small increaseOver the country as a whole he saidtraffic deaths ncreased per cent during he first six months this year as compared iwith last year The in crease in deathsIn Iowa he pointed out was only slightly more than 1 per cent li Park Patients Enjoy Dinner Today Patients at the Park hospital en Joyed dinner this noon when they feastedon the 22 pheas ants that were confiscated Sunday by the deputy game warden Dean Glanville The pheasants were found in the overturned automobile of three Minnesotamen Sunday on the Jef ferson highway four miles southof town A little more than was collected ia fines on charges of shooting pheasants out of season and hunting without a license The pheasants were sent tothe hospital for the use of thepatients and this morning the cooks were busy preparing the regal meal New Fire Truck Is Making Tour of All Mason City Schools Carrying out their program for fire prevention week the city fire department with the new truck visited Holy family and St Joseph parochial schools Monday and went thru a regular firedrill Members of the fire department also put on a drill for the class of Miss Burnham of the Grant school who visited the station Tuesday the fire department will begin itstoUr of the public schools Police Tags on Cars Changed by Playful Illinois Auto Owner DECATUR ni Oct 8 Police here were puzzled when a number of residents appeared at headquarters wayihg traffic tickets and asserting that they had not vio lated parking rules Alter several days of such com plaints authorities set their trap and a nonresident car owner was landed He was prone to park over time and he would transfer parking tickets from his car to others The nexttime instead of tagging his car authorities towed it to the police station and served notice on the playful owner he could have the same by calling at headquarters The owner of the car said he was Clarence Davis Jackson Mich He was fined S815 for violation of parking rules OCTOBERS THIS AD IS J on the purchase price of a M1RRO VAPO SEAL COOKER if purchased or ordered Thursday Fri day or Saturday of this week Vapo Seal COOKERS cooka a whole meal over one burner at one meat vegetables puddings and potatoes They also save all the valuable food elements so often lost when ordinary utensils and old fashioned meth ods are used Canbe used on gas coal oroil stoves Free Instruction and recipe book with each cooker 10 qt Size MAIL ORDERS FILLED WE PAY THE POSTAGE CurrieVan Ness Co BY MERIT Phone 17 11 North FedenrtAve We Finance Homej Save Your Rent Money ffyou own a lot of reasonable value we will furnish the money to build you a home arid allow you to pay us in monthly payments 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