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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 13, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR FINANCE FARM INDEBTEDNESS Refinancing Is Main Use o Loans Made by U S to Iowa Farmers By RUBY A BLACK GlobeGazette Washington Bureni 88 pe cent of the 522432350 loaned ti 3029 Iowa farmers by the Farm Credit administration through th federal land bank and the land banJt commissioner from May to Dec 31 was spent to refinance indebted ness Other uses for the funds include 35 per cent spent for purchasing land 12 per cent for equipment anc fertilizer 11 per cent for buildings and improvements 05 per cent for general agricultural uses 5 per cent for national farm loan association stock and 1 per cent for loan fees The exact percentage for refinanc indebtedness was S77 per cent An additional 2705 loans were made in January bringing the total amount of money loaned to farmers in Iowa from Hay to Jan 31 to 533465550 Of the total 4841 loans involv ing 527051300 were made by the Why the Sudden Change to Liquid Laxatives Doctors have always recognized the value of the laxative whose dose can be measured and whose action can be thus regulated to suit individual need The public lop is fast returning to the use of liquid laxatives People have learned that a properly pre pared liquid laxative brings a perfect movement without any discomfort at the time or afler The dose of a liquid laxative can fee varied to suit the needs of the individual The aclion can thus be regulated It forms no habit you need not take a double day or two later Nor will a mild liquid laxative irritate the kidneys The wrong cathartic may often da more harm than good Dr Caldwclls Syrup Pepsin is a prescription and is perfectly safe Its laxative action is based on senna natural laxative The bowels will not become dependent on this form Dr CaldweHs Syrup Pepsin is at all druggists Member N R A MR MIXSYSTEM WAS REGULATED BY THE GLYCAS For Past 7 Years He Had Aw ful Headaches Gas Formed in Stomach Tired and Worn He Gave Gly Cas Chance to Restore Health Mr Harry Mix 21S Eighth St S B Mason City well known truck man this city is among the many hundreds of former local sufferers who feel and frankly admit so pub licly that there never was a medi cine before as this new GlyCag for MR HARRY MIX agonizing rheumatism neuritis stomach kidney bowel blood troubles Read what Mr Mix had to say recently in a statement to the GlyCas Man at Michaels Drug Co 5 S Federal Ave this city Every sufferer should know about Is wonderful Its action is so quick and thorough said Mr Mix I am glad to tell the few who this will reach about this new remedy For seven years chronic constipation gas on my stomach and bloating after every meal had kept me in constant mis ery The headaches I had which was almost constantly were unbear able at times and I do not see how I stood it Nothing was able to help me and the various remedies I tried did me no more good than so much water But finally I gave this new GlyCasa chance on my stubborn case and the third day I was feeling like a new man All that dead tired and wornout feeling has left me entirely Stomach and bowels regu lated and gas and bloating is a thing or the past GlyCas Isone medicine that when all else falls Every day GlyCas ie winning hew friends here In Mason City and holds the old ones for It gives just the results many had been wanting for years GlyCas is sold by the Michael Drug Co 5 South Federal Ave Mason City Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 13 1934 CONFER ON CANCELING AIRMAIL CONTRACTS Legal aspects of the shakeup resulting from the senates investigation of airmail contracts cussed at this conference between Postmaster General Farley and Attornev General 4L with them are their aids Carl Rstine 8pectal assistant Tttomey f Crowev postofflce department solicitor Associated Press photo ana ivan A Crowley and bank and 2893 loans involving by the land bank com missioner Here and There Valentine Party Held and Mrs O P Stillwiger entertained a group o riends at a Valentine party Satur day evening Five hundred fur nished entertainment Mrs Arthu DocKstader won the prize for hav ng the highest score Homo From Rochester ST Albert Hal orson and daughter Louise re urned from Rochester where Mis submitted to an operation couple of weeks ago Will Resume Teaching June Butcher who quarantined in the J E Oler ome with diphtheria was releascc ast Friday and is visiting friends n Webster City She expects to be jack to her teaching here ncxl Monday Family Under Quarantine Alec Eischen family was quarantined Saturday for scarlet fever The Clem Cunning ham family was released from quar antine last night after a seige of scarlet fever Passes Embalming Exam NORA SPRINGS Howard Sheckler son of Mr and Mrs Roy Sheckler received word that he had passed the state board at Des Moineg and is now a licensed em balmer He took his course at a college of embalming at St Louis Mo Will Meet Wednesday NORA Calendar circle ofthe Methodist church will be entertained Wednesday after noon by Mrs Kiel Dobson Mrs Kenneth Shanks Mrs Luolla Moody Mrs Anna Tatum Mrs Minnie Benedict Mrs A T Moore Planned by Society of the sec ond division In the Ladies Aid so ciety met with Mrs Earl Cole Sat urday and made out the menu for a dinner to be served at the local church basement Wednesday Will Move to Town CRYSTAL public farm sale was held at the farm of Mrs S Lonnlng Monday Mrs Lon nlng and her family will move to Crystal Lake March 1 into the house which is now occupied by Mr and Mrs Sam Gjerde Arrive From Illinois and Mrs Percy Mosher and son and Mr and Mrs Clarence Terpestra of Rockford III came Saturday on account of the illness of Frank C Bunting who is at a Des Moines hospital Mr Bunting is the father of Mrs Mosher and Mrs Terpestra Visit Hospital Patient and Mrs W O Kirchgattcr and the Misses Delia Fern and B rice a Bunting drove tc Des Molnes Sunday to visit with Frank C Bunting who is a patient at the Des Moines general hospi Vlaltor From Nevada MARBLE Bethel Wilson a teacher in the schools of Nevada spent Sunday here with her parents Mr and Mrs R A Wilson Condition Is Critical EAGLE condition of Charles Elliott who was taken to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Friday was practically un changed Monday afternoon He was operated on for a serious case of ap pendicitis and bowel trouble and his condition is critical Visitors From College Doraine Pinta and Beryl Cobeen student at Iowa State Teachers college Cedar Falls spent the weekend with their par ents Mr and Mrs James Pinta and Mr and Mrs Ralph Cobeen Arrive From Texas Charlie Gal lagher and baby daughter Margaret Ellen Fort Worth Tex arrived Sunday for a vlelt with her sister Mrs j w James and family Entertain on Anniversary ST and Mrs O A Rosel entertained Saturday eve ning In honor of Mr and Mrs W B Prices thirtysixth wedding anni versary Mr and Mrs William Car ter of Maynard Mrs Mary Rosel Mr and Mrs W B Price and Tom Moon Returns From Mobridge William Bird ar rived home from an extended visit vlth her daughter at Mobridge N Family Reunion Held family reunion was of held at the Paul Stalker home Sun day Lorraine Stalker will be 2 years old this week and Mrs William Birkholz plans to visit at the home her sister Mrs Karl Kolhoff at es Moines Return From Missouri MARBLE J r Moore returned Sunday from Spick ard Mo having been called there by the death of her father W B Welch 86 Attend Grandfathers Funeral and Mrs Russell Knudson came from Minneapolis to visit Russells mother Mrs Ole Knudson and attend their grand fathers funeral Ole Knudson Sun day at Osage Visit at Iowa City F L Pratt Mrs George L Gray and W T Trainer spent the weekend at Iowa City Mrs Pratt went to see her daughter Marilda a student at the atate uni versity who had been ill and Mrs Gray visited her daughter Maybelle who had had a nasal operation at the University hospital Saturday Birthdays Are Observed and rela tives of Miss Emma Heuberger and her sister Mrs Minnie Wagner gathered at their home Friday eve ning to celebrate their birthdays Hampton Farmer Hurt in Buzz Saw Accident HAMPTON Feb Stay ner former living four miles west of here received lacerations to his left hand while sawing wood at his home Monday afternoon His hand was drawn into the buzz saw and one finger was so badly cut that the bone protruded making amputation necessary He is recovering at the Lutheran hospital COLLEGE HALL IN QUARANTINE Morningside Order Follow Illness Suffered by Sritt Senior SIOUX CITY Feb 13 Seventyfive Mornlngslde college students 12 faculty members anc their families remained indoors to day as the result of a quarantine on the womens residence hall o the school placed by the city health department The quarantine was ordered Dr W S Petty city health com missioner when it was learned Sun day that Miss Kathryn Vincen of Britt a senior had contracted dipththeria She was taken to the city detention hospital Tests were made last night to determine whether there were any more victims of the disease in the hall City health authorities indi cated that the quarantine would be lifted sometime today 80th Year of Birth of Mrs Torgeson Observed HANLONTOWN Feb Ollne Torgegon of here celebrated her eightieth birthday Saturday at the home of her son Banker and Mrs S R Torgeson at Lake Mills The relatives and a few close friends spent the afternoon with her Mrs Torgeson is In fair health and one of the few remaining pioneer wo men of this section There are five children 3 R Torgeson of Lake Mills I S Torgeson of Canton the Rev Thomas Torgeson of Norway Kans Miss Theresse Torgeaon of Norton Kans and Oscar of Taco ma Wash Irritations I DOLLAR DAY FINAL CLEARANCE ENTIRE WINTER STOCK OF AND GOWNS For Afternoon Dinner and Evening Created by the Leading Dressmakers in New York 5 1O AND SECOND FLOOR Pure Linen Crash REGULAR VALUES YARD 48 inch pure linen crash double print in very attrac tive designs Dress up your home now with better prints for 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