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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1931
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FEBRUARY 5 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 ^ \ SISTER WRITES FROM INVERNESS Description ol Conditions in Britain Received by Plymouth Woman. PLYMOUTH, Feb. 5--In a communication received by Jtfrs. A. tar- away from her sister, Mrs.. 1 J. J. McLeod of Inverness, Scotland, the cohdltons In Great Britain are set forth. The writer stated Great Brit^ aid is the worst taxridd en country in the world. Mrs. McLeod writes that unemployment is largely the keynote of conditions. The street corners are crowded by idle men standing aimlessly around. Some of them might work if work could be got, others prefer to do nothing and enjoy their idleness.subsisting on the. dole provided by a generous government. Taxes keep raising each day, it seems like, in order to provide more dole. As an example of taxation a suburban house in Inverness, standing in two acres of ornamental grounds, costs the owner $220^for ground rent and tax on the modern house. Then there is the income tax on top of that. Domestic help is cut' down to the lowest limit causing of course more unemployment. : Tariff has been removed from agricultural products, subsidized grain, and has Just about.put the farmers down and out, yet the paradoxical fact of the high cost of living accompanies this condition; egg's are from 72 to'78 cents a dozen and lamb chops 36 cents a pound, othor meats in proportion. ' -She describes the fogs experienced in London and Glasgow, where arc lights kre almost useless, only piercing the gloom for a short distance making travel on foot difficult and dangerous. In Glasgow residents "carried small torches which gave a queer and uncanny appearance to the foggy streets. One-old lady died in the street when on her return home from visiting a friend. She_had some bronchial affection and the efforts entailed in walking and the heavy atmosphere combined caused her death. Mrs. McLeod lives alone now as her sons are all gone from home. GOOD Doctor Freed of Charge. STORM LAKE, eb. 5. UP)--A Cherokee grand jury yesterday exonerated Dr. J. A. Swallum of Storm Lake of charges of performing an illegal operation. Charged With Auto Theft. i CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb. 5. (/P)-John Cole,' 32, Chicago, faced charges of stealing an automobile "' om Mrs. Loretta Harger bf Mar-''-today and abducting Don Har- £·· 21. "' ' Horace Thompson of Oklahoma CltyV above, is the hew executive assistant to the.secre- tary of war, Patrick Hurley. He Is one of the newest appointees to a principal office in Washington. . · Call to Algona Is Accepted by Beaver, Pastor at Luverne LUVBRNE, Feb. 5.--The Rev. P. Braner, pastor of the LuVerne Lutheran church, received and accepted a call to the Lutheran Trinity church at Algona. He haa preached here the past nine years. He will leave for his new pastorate in February. CHnton Man Heads Druggists. DBS SiOINES, Feb. 5. (ff)--Peter Matzen of Clinton was chosen president of the commercial travelers auxiliary at the annual convention of Iowa druggists here. HERE and THERE PILES Ended .Without Cutting or Salves Thousands of PUe sufferers have learned that quick and permanent relief can only be accomplished with an internal medicine. Neither salves or cutting remove the cause. Bad circulation ,of x the blood in the lower bowel causes piles. The veins are flabby, the bowel walls weak--the parts .almost dead. To end Piles an internal medicine must be used to stimulate the circulation aid strengthen ,the affected parts. ·Dr. J. S. Leonhardt was the first to discover a real internal Pile remedy. He called his prescription HEM-ROID,' and prescribed it for 1,000 patients with the marvelous record of success in 960 cases, and tnen decided every Pile sufferer should be able to get HEM-ROID from their own druggist with a rigid money-back guarantee. Dr. Leonhardt's prescription has a wonderful record of success right in this city and Michael Drug Co. invites every Pile sufferer to try HEM-ROID and guarantees''to refund the purchase price if it does not end ail Pile misery. Travel By Train It Costs Less Third Child Is Born. THOMPSON--A girl, was born to Mr. and Mrs. August i Shumberg Monday. She weighed nine pounds. This is their third child. Skating Rink to Open. LATIMER--The "Slide Easy Inn" hall has been rented for a couple of months to be used as a skating rink, starting Wednesday. The manager of the rink is Mr. Brunn from Hampton. Are From Blue Earth. , NQRA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. W. Eckles and -eon, Eldon, of Blue Earth, Minn., are enroute to Florida by auto to- spend the winter. They were callers in Mason City and Nora Springs Wednesday. Seriously m at Hospital; BELWOND--Rose, daughter o! Mr. and- Mrs. Ben Hogenson, has' been seriously ill in the Lutheran hospital at Hampton for the past week but is reported -practically out of danger at present. Goes to Gowrie. LATIMER--Fred Madsen, Sr., has gone to Gowrie to remain with his son, George Madsen, thru the remainder of the winter. Attend Golden Wedding. TTTONKA--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rakow and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph' Missal attended the golden wedding- anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'Lentz at Dows Monday'.' Delta Club Gathers. GARNER--Miss Chrystlne Call!son, .Stilson, was a guest, of the Delta club Wednesday night when members met with Marion Zeiger. The Delta club was the first junior federated club to be organized in Hancock county. Kanawha now has a junior federated club. BARGAIN FARES TO MANY PLACES Travel by train . . . 11 coats leaa .. .andil'a (nncn more comfortable. Wintry daya are June daya ia roomy, atearo-hetted reclining chair cara or coachea. 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