Mason City Globe Gazette, January 17, 1929, Page 6

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SIX MASON OTTY THURSDAY JAN 17 HALF BILLION IS TO BE SPENT ON WORLD WAR VETS House Committee Reports Bill Carrying Sum of 499 Million WASHINGTON Jan 17 most hnlf a billion dollars will bo ex by the United Slates next in taking care of the problems or the World war veterans and in the ndmln stratlon of the various functions of the veterans bureau An appropriation bill reported to the Liouse today to provide funds for var ous Independent government activities included an item of for the bureau This money w be divided so that will be for military and naval compensation for insurance 5112000000 for the adjusted or bonus fund for salaries and bureau expenses 531650000 for medical and hospital services and for hospitals The total amount carried In the bill was or more han was supplied for the current year The Increase was largely In the annual allotment for military and naval In surance and hospital facilities In addition to the veterans bureau appropriations the bill carried these items Executive office white house 000 American battle monuments com mission Arlington memorial bridge commission board of mediation board of tax ap peals bureau of efficiency civil Service commission 223000 employees compensation com mission federal board fov vocational education federal power commission federal radio commission federal trade commission general accounting office interstate commerce commission na tional advisory committee for aero nautics tariff commission shipping board Former Gloria Gould Is Seeking Her Divorce SAN FRANCISCO Jan 17 The Examiner today published a dis patch from Reno Nov saying Mrs Henry A Bishop the former Gloria Gould had arrived there to set her final decree of divorce Mrs Bishop began her suit Aug 31 Mrs Bishop is a daughter of the late George Jay Gould Bishop is a prominent New Yorker They were married in 1923 and separated about wo years later Somebody has bombed an Ohio newspaper mans home He must have made a mistake In describing the brides News NATIONAL POLICY FOR AGRICULTURE NEEDEDHEARST Proper Control of Surplu and Securing Market Is Step to Undertake BES MOINES Jan 17 ing and formulating a successful na tional policy for agriculture is th greatest single problem confronting the Farm Bureau federation Charlc E Hearst president of the Iowa fetl oration said in an address prepared for the annual state convention the organization hero yesterday In considering this policy said tho dominant question Is the proper control of our surplus and securing the American markets for the American farmer The lack of this control is preventing the farmer from receiving an American price for prod ucts consumed in America The ques tlon of surplus control requires that the entire crop be brot under an effi cient marketing and distribution sys tem This has proven too great a lash for our present cooperative mar keting associations to accomplish for ihemselves Now System Needed In tho past such efforts at co RETAIL STORE 1214 1st St N W Mason City Iowa take advantage of Siir NATIONWIDE LOW PRICES unusually low Hinge Joint Poultry Fencing spaced one Inch at bottom gradually widening to 4 inches at top Upright stays 0 inches apart Standard gauge heavily galvanized steel wire Save at these prices Per rod Steel Fence Posts Stronger cheaper neater than woofl posts JIade ot rail car bon steel pointed for easier driv ing No holes to drill Sold In bundles ot G posts 1 only Each up Top Fill Fountains Made ot galvanized steel easy to clean and fill Top and water container separate telescoping cylinders Chickens can drink all around Q r 2gaJIan capacity u D NonFreezing Fountain Made with double walls ot gal vanized steel heavily Insulated between Will keep water from freezing 12 hours or more Standard type 2galIon capacity All Purpose Feeders Big capacity all galvanized feed Holda 66 quarts ot feed 17 feed openings on each aide Can used for 3 to 4 weeks old or grown rt7 I Large Capacity Feeders The most popular type of feeder made All heavily galvanized steel sliding top Easy to clean and fill A bargain at this price Cozy Hovers Enameled metal with double curtains of outing flannel Lamp and burner safe and OQ odorless 50chlck 100chIck hover 5565 Hand Grist Mill Grinds corn small grain roots bark dry bone shells etc Long wearing steel burrs large balance wheel Steel Brood Coops ITaln rat and vermin proof Slide opening in door keeps hen In allowing chicks to pass thru Perforated door keeps chicks in or coop can be closed tight Pro tected ventilators at top and Heavily or galvanized Diamond Mesh Poultry Netting Comes only In 150foot rolls Guaranteed uniform weave and to stretch perfectly Large pro duction lias made possible these exceptionally low QJ prices Per roll Super Hatcher Incubators Why buy inferior incubators when Super Hatcher coata no more Super Hatcher ia the standard of them all Made of California redwood carefully insulated equipped with turning device The many im provements make Super Hatchet second to none 2oOegg capacity y Super Hatcher Jr Built of California redwood with many of the quality features of the hie Super Hatcher A high quality small incubator at a very low price Apy nn 75egs capacity tb I tUU Oil Burning Brooder Automatic thermostat control keeps heat at designated degree No fumes smoke ashes soot Easy and safe to operate Heavy galvanized canopy for OC to 300 chicks Coal Burning Brooders Stove specially designed to burn hard or soft coal and to throw heat downward Big fuel pot fo economy and ease firing In creased hover capacity thermo stat regulator 300 to 500 chick capacity Little Brown Hen Incubator All metal double insulated walls brown enamel finish 50 egg ca pacity Simple In construction safe and easy to operate Equip ped with safety lamp and highest quality brass ro burner Big Gray Hen Incubators Finished In gray enamel 100 esrg capacity Built much the samo as the Little Brown Hen Well known as leaders In the small capacity An rjn class Adjustable Corn Sheller damns to box or barrel Adjust able spring tension Jo takes all size cars WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BAC operative control of the surplus have meant that a small part ot the total producers had to bear the cost and risk of attempting to control the sur plus for the entire production need a system to bring organized reg ulated cooperative marketing to bear upon control of the surplus to the end that all may benefit Tariffs must be adjusted at the samo time which will apply advan tageously to the farmer and which will help In meeting the surplus crop situation guaranteeing the farmer ilio American market at an American price We arc not seeking a tem porary relief measure Such a pro cram as we need cannot be worked out in a hasty manner therefore when word reached us that the short session of congress was seeking to put over agricultural legislation this winter wo Joined with the American Farm Bureau federation to block such an attempt So effective has been our opposition to showing thru agri cultural legislation at this lame duck session of congress that our I Washington office haa advised us j the plan has been abandoned and that those pressing the matter conI eider their efforts lost We are un willing that a dying administration should rush thru something in the closing days of the congress in an ef crt to thwart the demands that have been made for the last six or eight years The Incoming administration nust be permitted to make good their leclge to the farmers The Farm Bureau Mr Hearst said voided taking sides in the last presl lential campaign oijtJ therefore is in a position to press its desires Urges Income Tax Adoption The bureau president urged that lie Income tax should be adopted by he state of Iowa He called it one f the most successful and equitable elides ever adopted in our national overnment He referred to the defeat of an in come tax taw in the lost session of the state legislature by the senate after it had passed the house and said The wisdom of tho Income tax law Is even more apparent today than it was at the time of the last session The state is now facing the necessity of securing more revenue to admin later the government We know that the property owners cannot stand any greater share of this cost than they are now carrying The Income tax I is the only sound and permanent solu tlon of this problem and we must trust that this session of our state legislature will enact such a law for Iowa I He urged the devising and maln talnlng of sound marketing organ i izations owned and controlled by the I farmer and used In the distribution of Ills products for Ma benefit as part the federation program Mr Hearst also spoko in favor of a committee to mako a survey of the rural echool situation of the state and an adequate appropriation for this purpose He urged tho members to support the rural electrification pro gram which lias been started BUSINESS LAST MONTH ACTIVE Ninth Reserve District Shows Increase Because of Favorable Weather MINNEAPOLIS Jan 17 In part to favorable weather of last J December business in tho Ninth Fed I cvul district active as compared j with tho aamo month 11 1927 Iinjj to the monthly survey oC agricul tural and financial conditions released I today by the Federal Reserve bank of i Jiinneapolis j The survey continued j Debits to Individual accounts as i 17 cities were 12 per cent larger In j December than in the same month last year Country check clearing were 19 per cent larger In Dccemhei than in December last year The lnr cat increases occurred in debits to in dividual accounts at mixed farming cities and county check clearings in rural Minnesota both showing in creases of 30 per cent over December Ifl27 Part of the increases over De ocmbcr a scar wero doubtless due to more fnvorabl 6 weather conditions j prevailing In December 1928 Carload ings oC livestock coal coke and ova flour shipments and department store sales In tho larger cities smaller Farm Income from cash crops and hogs was 2 per cent smaller in De comber than In December 1D27 The Income from dairy products during November was 8 per cent larger than income from tlila source In No vember a year ago December prices or flax hens and all meat animals ex cept btucher ataera were higher than a year ago Prices ot wheat corn oats barley rye butter milk eggs potatoes nnd i j prime butcher steers were lower than a year IOWA NEWS BRIEFS By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS C L Holmes head of tho agricultural economics department of Iowa State college la In Washing ton this week to assist in puhllcallon of the Annual Outlook He will take j up his duties as chief oC the division of farm management and costs of tho United States department of ac1 In March Until then he will divide his time between Ames and Washington DES had 30 estab lishments engaged primarily in the manufacture of furniture and store fixtures In 127 thtt Unlieil Stales department of commerce has an nounced There were 3222 such es tablishments reporting to the depart ment for 1927 5S6 ot which were lo cated In New York state Stltt of Norfolk Nebr was elected treasurer of the i annual Vclshca exposition of Iowa Stito college and William King alto of Norfolk was named athletic mnn nger at a recent meeting of tlio cen tral King waa varsity rootbajj play FALL ON ICE EXPLODES GUN Chicago Bailiff Dodging Street Car and Auto Is Injured CHICAGO Jan 17 flDeputy Bailiff George Harris finally sot home last night It looked for a while as tho he might not Harris stepped from a afreet car at Sixtyfirst and State streets somewhat p reoccupiedafter a particularly ardu ous day of balllfflng He had Just reached the center of the northbound car tracks when tile banging of n streetcar gong warned him to get a move on He started to run The Icy pave ment began doing things Harris managed to get out of the street cars way by executing some impromptu acrobatics but he immediately found himself confronted with tho problem of keeping upright It very slip pery An automobile came bearing down Harris put on extra steam with the twofold purpose of getting out of thg automobiles path and at the same time keeping right side up By a miracle he evaded motor car but the icy pavement proved his downfall The revolver he carried In his pocket exploded and a bullet went thru his foot From an outdoor radio horn nearby there cama at this point the voice of the announcer saying The orchestra will now play I Faw Down Go DAN GIOSCIOSi HARP ORCHESTRA Will be Back on the Job atVthe AMERICAN LEGIONS OLDTIME DANCE AT THE ARMORY JAN 19 ADMISSION 3B CENT3 A Full Carload of The Worlds Easiest Running McCormickDeering Cream Separators On January 19th From Branch House vl COME IN AND SEE the separators received In this shipment See the brilliant Japanned finish tlie ball bearing construction tho new bowl design lie automatic lubrication and the many other McCornilckDeerinE u Many Farmers in This Neighborhood Will Get Bigger Cream Checks With Less Work As a Result of This Big Shipment The arrival of our carload shipment of McCormickDeering BallBearing Cream Separators made cooperatively with neighboring dealers ushers in a new era of greater dairying pros perity in this community This carload of easy turning close skimming sanitary cream separa tors will enable many farmers in this neighborhood to get bigger cream checks because McCorm ickDeermg Separators skim closer than any machine yet offered Ball bearings at the high speed points cut down crank effort big saving in labor and power Dont Miss Dont miss seeing our spec ial display of these gleam ing brilliantlyfinished sep arators just received Come in today ever you get a chance and let us tell you all about the liberal deferredpayment of fer that makes it easy for anyone to own a McCorm ickDeering We will bring one out to your farm for a demonstration if you pre fer Just let us know when it will be convenient for you and we will drive out and show you the best cream separator you ever saw or owned Detailed literature sent on request See Any McCormickDeering Dealer THREE OTHER CARLOADS HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED THIS WEEK ON OTHER POINTS OUT OF MASON CITY TERRITORY McCormickBeering Dealers CoOperaling in the Vicinity of Mason City Thovson and Bray Hanlontown la D B LpgemanManly la R L Dixson Plymouth la B D SteubenRockfordla H FischerMeservey la Hruska BrosProtivin la Tessman Simmering St Ansgar la Wm De Laney Son Stacyville la W T LaumanRiceville la Farmers Exchge Co Charles City la yj t w Casey and ChatmanOsage la Rudd Imp StoreRudd la ;

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