The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 5
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March 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MARCH 8 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE New Hail Insurance Finn Opens in Iowa; Decorah Man Officer DES MOINES, March 8. to-The Agricultural Mutual Insurance association, a new hail insurance company, opened offices here today (in Capital City State bank building.) Officers are I. M. McKim of Plover, president; L. J. Gllmour of Davenport, vice president; Karl L. Wagner, Des Moines, secretary; C. W. Heuser, Decorah, treasurer- Wagner will be in active charge. The company was chartered Wednesday. Secretary Wagner aaid the concern is ready to begin writing $250,000 of business to qualify under the Iowa statutes. Hail insurance on growing grain will be the only type of policy handled. Completion of the Los Angeles Colorado river aqueduct will provide a water supply for scores of canyons in the California desert suitable for winter homes. STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS! THIS 25c TEST FREE If It Fails. Use this bladder laxative. Drive out the Impurities and excess acids which cause the irritation that wakes you up. Get a regular 25 cent box of BUKETS, made from buchu leaves, juniper oi!, etc. After four days test, if not satisfied, go back and get your 25c. They work on the bladder simillar to castor oil on the bowels. Bladder irregularity Is nature's danger signal and may warn you of trouble. You are bound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. PICTURE OF SIOUX FALLS BANK HOLDUP The remarkable news picture at top shows a street corner scene at Sioux Falls, S. Dak., when u machine gunner held a policeman and bystanders at bay while confederates robbed the Security National Bank and Trust company of $46,000 In cash. Arrow indicates scene of his action. The robbers held hundreds of townspeople at bay, wounded a policeman and forced the five persons shown below to accompany them for some distance as hostages to avoid gunfire by pursuers. Left to right: Mildred Bostwiek, Emma Kna- tuch, Leo Olson, bank teller; Alice Belgen and Mary Lucas. (Associated Press Photos). The Following Unsolicited Letter Was Received Recently by the Globe-Gazette THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DOES THE JOB! The net-paid daily circulation of this newspaper is over 19,000--the largest in the world, so far as we know, for a city of 25,000 population or less! The agricultural department oi the University of Kentucky says the outlook for tobacco growers in that state has improved greatly since last year. When the first explorers came to the lower Mississippi river valley they found the aborigines skillfully Trowing maize, beans, potatoes, artichokes, squash, peanuts, tobacco and cabbage. WANT TO LOOK YOUNG? The secret of keeping young is to i'eel young--to do this you must watch your liver and bowels-there's no need of having a sallow complexion--dark rings under your eyes--pimples--a bilious look in your face--dull eyes with no sparkle. Your doctor will tell you 90 per cent of all sickness comes from inactive bowels and liver. Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician of Ohio, perfected a vegetable compound as a substitute for calomel to act on the liver and bowels which he gave to his patients for years. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are gentle in their action yet always effective. They help bring about that natural buoyancy which all should enjoy by toning up the liver and clearing the system of impurities. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are known by their olive color. 15c, 30c, 60c. 3 AREAS GIVEN MOST ATTENTION Land Experts Try to Solve Riddle of Using Sub- Marginal Land. (EDITOR'S NOTE: This IK the third «f a series on the pluns of the federal government to use land which IB to be bought !inI retired from agricultural production). By STEPHEN WcOOXOUGH. Associated Press Staff Writer. WASHINGTON, March 8 .--.T) Jovernrnent land experts trying to solve the riddle of putting sub-marginal farm land to practical use center their attention on three areas. They are the Appalachian and Pedmont Plateau from Maryland south and west into Mississippi, the cutover timber area bordering the great lakes, and the western edge of the Great Plains. However, in studying a representative sub-marginal county, instead of examining one of these admittedly poor areas, they went into a rich agricultural state* and bared some eye-opening facts: Of the 319,360 acres of land in the county studied, 228,480 acres are so badly eroded and the soil so poor that it is of little agricultural value. The population has declined from 15,620 in 1900 to 11.150 in 1930. Forests Arc Depicted. Forests have been depleted, game almost exterminated, many farms abandoned, tax units bankrupt, and SO per cent of the people have asked or received relief. Only 90,880 acres is regarded as productive farm land. This area, the land planning group declares, "presents all the reasons for a planned interference with the destructive wastage which has prevailed under individual exploitation of soil and natural resources. This county represents a splendid opportunity for rehabilitation of rural living conditions and the restoration and preservation of the natural resources." The planners propose to buy the entire 228,480 submarginal acres; persuade the farm families on it to move to four subsistence homesteads on the tract itself or to a small community where convenient churches and schools could be built; abandon the present farms, roads, churches, and schools; put the former farmers' at work restoring the area; establish a few small industries and guarantee the families higher returns than they have been making from farming. Sufficient Work There. Sufficient work could be provided in restoring the areas to keep many of the adult men working for many years, they maintain. In addition ripe timber now on the area could be utilized in meeting wood needs of the midwest. Game and fur animals could be produced in sufficient numbers to make the tract show a profit above the cost of restoration and caretak- ing. . The remaining 90,880 acres in the county would be continued as agricultural land with "a more balanced, independent agricultural development." The committee added that "recreation and eventual soil restoration, together with flood control elements constitute an overwhelming surplus of benefits to support the above program." More than just Style.. .they're FAMOUS TOR OUAUTY Orders Filled Not only price-value ... but quality-value and style-value are featured in Paris Fashion Shoes ... so that you are certain, of the best values for your money. Rough Leathers Kid Leathers B L U E G R E Y BEIGE B R O W N B L A C K NO FOOT TOO HARD TO FIT! Sunny Sue Captures The New Mood! .. with this timely Spring showing of versatile frocks... as new and gay and exciting as 1934! Due to the tremendous response received in our introduction of the new SUNNY SUE WASH FROCKS, we have decided to repeat this special event by request of our many customers. The Sunny Sue Wash Frocks manufacturers have favored us with another shipment to supply us with these superbly smart styles at this amazingly low price! Every Dress Made From the Famous Tub-Fast, Sun- Fast QUADRIGA PRINTS! · The Trim Shirtwaist Frock · Flattering, Youthful Lines · Crisp Organdy and Pique Trims · A Rainbow of Spring Colors · Stripes . . . Dots . . . Plaids · Dashing Ornament Trims · Inverted Pleats · Tailored Pockets ... 1934 Sunny Sue Successes-so deliciously feminine . . . so smartly tailored . .. styled to meet your every daytime need, bringing fashion details from much higher priced dresses ... Values here, beyond your fondest hopes--truly incomparable in these days of higher prices. EXACTLY AS S K E T C H E D

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