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TWELVE -J HELP 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES To FIuÂ«H out Acids *nd Other . PoUandu* Waite D oct on say your kidneys cent Bin 15 Mil ta of tiny lubea or filters which help to purify the blood and keep you healthy. Moat people pasa about 3 pints a day or about 3 pounds of waste. Frequent or scanty passages rrith smarting and burning obowa tfcero may b* something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. An eiceaa of acids or poisons in yaur blood, when due to functional kidney disorders, may bet tho beginnine ol nagcing backache, rheu- mat 10 pains, lumbago, leg pains, low of pep and energy, ,getting up nights, BweHmt, puffineu under-the eyea, heaachcs end dizziness. Don't wait! Aak your druggist lor Doan'a Fills, used successfully by millions lor ever 40 years. They give happy relief and mil help the 15 Milei of kidney tubes flush out poisonous wwte from your blood. Get Doan'a Pills. ' MASON CITY; GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 Â· 1937 Mrs. Beck Funeral Conducted at, Man! MANLY--The "funeral of Mrs Henry G. Beck was held at the Bethel Evangelical church following services held at the : home:a 11 a. m. which' were conducted bj the American Legion Auxiliary of which Mrs. Beck was a member. Mrs. G. S. Westly was in charge of the service. At the church services the Rev. F. R Blakely was in charge. Final services, were held Monday at the Forest Park crematory in Chicago 111. Mrs. Beck was also a'member of the Royal Neighbors and Engineer Ladies' auxiliary.; Returns From Missouri. COULTER -- Homer Pickerell returned from a three moriths visit at Montgomery City, Mo. fB\$l/ Hudson Seal is clipped Muskrat Genuine Bargains Our Used Cars are exactly what we represent them'to be 1931 Pontiac Deluxe Sport Coupe. Air wheels anfl Jumbo tires. Rumble scat and heater. 1937 license. Beautiful maroon finish and clean mohair upliolstery $245 1931 Chevrolet Deluxe Coach. Heater and 1937 license. 6 wire wheels and.good tires. Chrome radiator grill .S2S5 1933 Plymouth Coupe, 1937 license, heater and electric frost shield. Mud Grip .tires in rear. Color is blue. The owner fold us the motor and hydraulic brakes were renewed in Ocfober, 1936 :,... .^ , .$325 1933 Ford .V-8 Tudor. Black with red wheels. Kaflio, heater and 1937 license. We cothcrizcd the pistons anfl replaced rings r in the motor $325 R G is a trade mirk'cppyriffhtcfl by the .Ford Motor Co. It means Renewed and Guaranteed. You can buy. ait R G Used Car and drive it two days. If you are not Entirely satisfied return it and your old car, cash or note will bo cheerfully refunded. You do not have to buy another car in its place. Â· ' ' Â· ' Â· Beatings Came So Often He Lost His Self Respect! After a brief tussle with the colonel, Charles found himself staring at the rhuzzje of a revolver. Lutman had the stolen property deed in his pocket and now there seemed no possible way for Charles to retrieve it. The'colonel had beaten him again! The lawyer should have been humiliated but he was ;used to it now; his self-respect was'* gone. That's why they called him ' THE MOUTHPIECE By EDGAR WALLACE Beginning Thursday, March 18 in the Globe-Gazette WANTS CHANGES IN PENSION LAW Blue's Probe Resolution in Hands of Iowa Senate Committee. . DES MOINES, (^-^Representative Robert D. Blue (D) of Eagle Grove, who earlier in the Iowa legislative session leveled a verba bombardment at the Iowa old age assistance setup and demanded an investigation, Thursday proposec numerous restrictive and corrective changes in the pension law Blue's resolution calling for a probe into operations of the commission was based on his charge that some applications of aged for relief had been held up as long as two years. It now rests, he said, in the hands of a senate committee. It passed the house after Blue took the -floor to charge that the old age headquarters had figuratively told him "to go to hell" with his private investigation of purportedly delayed applications. Final Day Arrived. "The final day arrived for introduction of bills without anything started to correct these inequalities and I decided it was time to take definite action," the Wright county lawmaker explained. Several colleagues joined him in the proposal which among other things would limit the three members of the old age pension board to yearly recompense of $1,500. . "They now are drawing as much as $3,000 a year by meeting every day. The law didn't ..intend that, and this, if adopted? will limit them to 150 days a year at the rate of $10 a day," he said. Would Limit Pay. His revision of the law also proposes that one member of each county board plus two citizens shall administer the county old age relief program and that they shall Â· be limited to pay of $4 day with a maximum of $48 a year. The present county setup provides that the overseer of the poor and two others shall administer the law locally. To avoid what he said were "unexplairiable delays" in the handling of benefits, Blue proposes that .the county old age boards must investigate applications within 30 days of the time they are filed, and that they must be in the hands of the state board '.n Des' Moines within 45 days. Pass on Applications. He then proposes that the state aoard shall pass on the applications within 60 days, or that they may be given an extension of 30 days after advising the applicants that delay cannot be avoided. It would also be mandatory upon the state board to advise applicants when their requests are declined, or when assistance is suspended. Furthermore, he provides that if title 's taken to property of the aged, such property will remain subject to taxes as a protection to ocal taxing units. Blue said this would discourage taking title until after death of the recipients when such property might be leased out to provide tax income. Mora Springs School Band Plans Concert NORA SPRINGS --The high school band will give its first concert of the year in the high school auditorium Friday evening at 8 o'clock. It will include numbers which have been prepared'for,the subdistrict at Charles City next week. '/ Farmer Held After Mortgage Dispute PAULLINA, (IP)--Officers, held William Roeder, 25, Paullina farmer, in jail here after,'they said, allegedly hit I. O. Copes, Sioux y insurance, company represen- ative, on the head with a revolver during" a dispute concerning a mortgage on Roeder's farm. Will Go to Michigan. KENSETT--Miss Myrtle A. lassel, registered nurse, who recently received her degree in sur- :ical supervision, at a hospital in St. Louis, Mo., will leave Friday noon for- Battle Creek, Mich., vhere she has accepted a position as assistant supervisor of the sur- ;er.y department of the Leila Y. ost Montgomery hospital. New Comfort for Those Who Wear False Teeth No longer jiecd you feel uncomfortable vearlng false - teeth, Fnsteclh, a greatly mprovcd powder sprinkled on your tales holds-them tight and comfortable. o cummy, pasty taste or feeling. De- dorizes. Get Fastcelh at your druggist "hrec sizes. - ' F R E E 10 Baby Chicks With each 100 baby chicks you buy you get 10 free. This week only. We have the .following varieties of B a b y Chicks on hand: W h i t e , Barred and -Buff Plymouth Rocks: White Wyandottes; R. I. Reds . . . ONLY S8.00 per 100 HEAVY ASSORTED S7.QO per'100 liberal Discount on Poultry Supplies when ordered with K.I. MILLER BABY CHICKS HENRY FIELD 2ll Norlh Federal Ave. Mason City, Iowa . New Hosts to Mrs. Simpson Mr. and'Mrs..Charles Bedaux, above, arexlhe new hosts to Mrs Wallis Warfield Simpsrli in their chateau near Tours, France Bedaux is an industrial engineer^ of Cleveland and New York 'nirs Beaaux is the former Miss Fern Lombard of Grand Rapids, Mich." MIDWEST GROUP TO MEET AGAIN Farm Chemurgic Delegates Conclude Their 2 Day Conference. OMAHA, (fl 3 )--Delegates to the !irst annual Midwestern Farm Hhemurgic conference disbanded Thursday, resolved to gather again n another year to compare notes on developments in their program 'or greater co-ordination of agriculture, science and industry. A motion by Otto Bogner. Crof- on, Nebr., farmer, to make the organization permanent won unanimous approval at the final ses- ion of the two-day meeting. Some of the farmers taking part n the panel discussion of the sub- ect, "where do we go from here 9 " expressed apprehension thai an al- Mnce between agriculture, science ana Industry might result in lower prices of farm products. They explained their feeling was engen- deied by the "nationalistic" tendencies and opposition -to the administration's farm p r o g r a m hown By some of the m'embeis of the farm chemurgic council. Francis Johnson, president of he Iowa Farm Bureau federation, aid he doubted if the issues men- ioned were'clarified because "our armers think that when a man speaks he speaks for the organiza- -ion with which he is connected." W. W. Way mack, editor of the Des Moines Register and Tribune, stated that many persons had been nclined to "embrace the council's work in research," but had been nade doubtful because they had 'gathered the impression" that the council also sought to discredit every major agricultural'program except its own, opposed a liberal rade policy and set up extreme nationalism as its goal. Here and There Â· Visitors From West. POPEJOY--J. Hutton and B Stewart of Roberts, Wis., visited Wr. Stewart's mother, Mrs; E. Corcoran and Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs. C. Grupe. Visits at Eort Doflge. THOMPSON -- Miss T h'e o n e Hanson, who has been visiting her ister, Mrs. E. N. Zihn, at Fort Dodge since the death of her mother here last December, came here Wednesday to look after her esidence. She has leased it to ^ostmaster John Batchlor. Aid Society Mcels. PLYMOUTH--The Ladies Aid ociety of the M. E. church met Vednesday afternoon with Mrs. Valter Phillips and Mrs. Marion ^carrow hostess. Fire Escape for School. ' COULTER--Roy E. Juhl and lis force of men are busy installing an up-to-date fire escape on he Coulter public school build- ng. Â· To Speak at Ayrshire. WHITTEMORE--Edna Fandel, Catherine O'Brien and Stanley Jrogan will represent Presenta- ion academy of Whittemore in a onsolation diocesan declamatory ontest which -will be staged in Ayrshire this Friday evening. Go to Minneapolis. LIME SPRINGS^-Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Parry and Nick Klomp mot- red to Minneapolis. Messrs. Parry and Klomo will buy horses. Mrs. Parry will visit relatives. Visitors From Dundee. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Lnr- ry St John of Dundee spent the veek-cnd Â· at the home of Mrs. 3t. John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. TSd Miller, and their aunt, Miss Amanda Cordes. . ; Return From Minneapolis. STACYV1LLE--Mr. and M.rs. ..eon Green of M^son City and Â·Trs. A. J. Green of here returned Vednesday after .visitinK Mrs. Hin Thome at Minneapolis, who s recovering, from influenza, and Mrs. Frances Thome accompanied them for a visit with her mother Mrs. Peter Wolf. Sneaker From Tabor. FERTILE--The Rev. Mr. Zook from Tabor spoke at' the Fertile Gospel Mission hall Tuesday evening to a good sized audience. Mr. and Mrs. Zook were entertained at the home of Mrs. Mary Stout and Mrs. Rachel Huguley. They were neighbors during former years in Oklahoma. C.-W. Freech, 83, 111. THOMPSON--The Rev. and Mrs. Belde'n Weikel, former Methodist minister of Thompson and now of Huthven, came here to see C. W. Freech, 83, who is very ill here at his home. Returns From Des Moines. MANLY--Mrs. Belle Amos returned home after a two months visit at the home of her son, Chester Amos, at Des Moines. Visitors From Minneapolis ST ANSGAS--Mrs. Jack Heil, of Minneapolis, is visiting a i few days at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Carl Dahl. New Bill for Iowa Chain. Store Levy Before Committee DES MOINES, (IP)--A new Iowa chain store tax : bill by Senator Andrew Bell (D) of Denison was referred to a senate committee Thursday for study. The new bill would increase the unit tax now in effect to from $2Â£ for each store not exceeding It to $200 for each store above 50 and impose a tax of 5 per cent on gross sales oÂ£ chain firms above $200,000. , The present Unit tax range from S5 for each store up to 10 to $155 for each store in excess of 50. A graduated gross receipts tax on chain stores was' enacted by the last' legislature but held unconstitutional by the United States supreme court. Telephone Company at Joice Elects Officers JOICE--The Joice Telephone and Switchboard company held the annual meeting and the board of directors were elected for the coming year. They are Andrew Felland, president; Henry Peters- berge, vice president; Heuben Tvedt, secretary; Kermit Paulson, treasurer,-and the Almalin sisters were rehired for the coming year as operators. Mr. Felland has been the head of this company -for more than 20 years. Meets at Church. BRITT -- The Congregational ladies aid met Wednesda'y afternoon in the church basement with Mrs. E. P. Healy and Mrs. R. S. Rasmussen hostesses. FUR JACKETTES TROTTEURS SCARFS See Our Latest- Spring Styles Â· Marshall*- Swift- 1 t.H * S . H 4 , t . , n J AND YOU WON'T BE SATISFIED UNTIL YOU SEE THE LEONARD ELECTRIC WITH THE that lets you control the operation of your Leonard to secure Low Operating Cost WITH THE MASTER DIAL TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 2? SECOND STREET S. E. PHONE 3900 'SOFTLY FEMININE Or Strictly Tailored - I Â·( '*! lust the DRESSES To Express Your Personality! A carefully; selected, fasclnat- trig g'rbujtipf Ifrp.cks that .will bring out .YOUR ;best points! Lovely Spring tones! 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