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February 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
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FEBRUARY 8 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Several in Chickasaw Announce Candidacies for Primary Elections NEW HAMPTON, Feb. S.--R. J. Sullivan, New Hampton attorney, announced he would be a candidate for the democratic nomination as 'county attorney in the June primary. Edward S. Shcahley announced he would be a candidate for tlie republican nomination for this office. Henry Knutson, Fredericksburg farmer, has announced he was a candidate for the democratic nomination as county sheriff. T. H. Smith, Reilly Ridge faVmer, has taken out nomination papers to run on the democratic ticket for supervisor in Jacksonville and Utica township. John W. Goebel, treasurer, will be a candidate for the democratic ticket to succeed himself. Four at Sheffield Hurt When Car Goes in Ditch SHEFFIELD, Feb. 8.--Ralph Brower received a broken collarbone and John Atkinson, Veryl Lincoln arid Arline Hawke received bruises when the car driven by John Atkinson skidded into the ditch one mile north of town while they were returning home from a senior class skating party. The Atkinson car was badly damaged. HOISEHOLD EXPENSE Against the forces of Waste and Extravagancy we send our trained legions of Efficiency, Careful Buying and Cooperative Savings. Here is our first barrage of values! JACK SPRAT PEANUT BUTTER Jack Sprat--Fresh Ground LARGE 22-OZ. JAR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SARDINES 6 Admiral Brand Packed in Oil WHEATIES cL 0 io°n rs 2 2§c JACK SPRAT Gelatin Dessert ·Sets Quickly--All Flavors Packages The Following Special Values Effective All Week Friday, February 9th, to Thursday, February 15th R GROCER F L O U R Positively Guaranteed 49-LB. SACK 24'/2-lb. BROWN BEAUTY BEANS 2 Trj' Them in Clilll NO. 2 CANS 25* SACK $1.00 GOOD CHEER COFFEE POUND BAG Hominy ^y^ . . . . . . ^.'f.f^ lOc Prepared Spaghetti . . . /"c^ 00 2 .« 17c Jack Sprat--Rcr.Oy to serve iomatoes mm? r a *c?«ii . . . ^"v," 2 for 19c Tomato Juice ^ . . . '^r 3«,r 25c Shaken From, Itipc Tomato en Cheese iScS po,,nd 17c Velveeta .« .P» M . P^ SO 15c S p r l t Salmon J ^STM . . . . . S' J R GROCER COFFEE POUND BAG Stiff/Kit, RITEWAY FOOD STORES JACK SPRAT \ Regular Packages MACARONI 3 for SPAGHETTI i 4 law NOOBLES ) JL / c Pickles jA fi^r, rat . 4 r j in/-. ""«« . . . . . . . . Rotll( . iyc Cocoanut ixn7si,«d, r m , M 20c Wheat Cereal C 2E 5K y . . . £§?. taB ; 15c Grape Juice Jacl ,Vrr Plnt 1 Qr- 11 * · · · · · B o t t l c j i «/V. R GROCER BROOMS ' '" " 5 Sewed--Enamel Handle tan o OK^ Slrrnglh . O cans ^OC ^T-iltt o 1 A.. Naphtlm . (3 ua" J.yC AMJMSSADOH Toilet Paper 4 .or 19c HURRY, GRACEjfrtOW, JANE, I SIMPLY, /THE BARGAINS H WON'T BUDGE UNTIL [TODAY ARE ) I'VE HEARD MRS. MARVELOUS .')( MAC DONALD AND ' ^_^__^_J \ THE JACK SPRAT ·\ MELODY MEN. ^---v. WQC-WHO [TUESDAYl through FRIDAY 9 T0 9*I5 AM FRANCE TRIED TO KEEP STANDARDS OF BOOM TIMES Refusal to Capitulate With Depression Believed Root of Unrest. By CLAUDE A. JAGGEIl Associated Press Financial Editor (ConytiB'it, 1834, by The Associated J'ress.) NEW YORK, Feb. 8. fcT--The unrest in France has its roots, in the opinion of financial authorities familiar with French conditions, in the refusal of that republic to capitulate with the depression. Desperate efforts to maintain the economic structure of the boom days have kept the cost of living high, and tax. burdens remain crushing. Incomes have dwindled. The flareup is regarded primarily as another manifestation of the dilemma of continued high outgo with persistently shrinking income. French business and financial statistics have seemed until recently to indicate that the worldwide spell Once Tried--You'll Always Buy Ask Your Grocer lor a Little Pelton BROOM Known Many Years As Kt'Ing Hip lipat of hard times was dealing lightly with France, but students of international finance say the statistics have failed to reveal the whole story. Migratory Workers. Unemployment statistics for France have at no time presented an alarming picture, but the droves of migratory workers who have been coming annually into Franco from border countries for seasonal work have been excluded. Furthermore, France is to «. large extent n country of small family enterprise the status o£ which does not readily appear in statistical surveys. It is also well known that the Gallic temperament does not respond to economic adversity lightly. When the French were pleading for currency stabilization at the London economic conference last summer, however, members of American and other delegations were astonished to hear Frenchmen assert informally in the conference lobbies that any severe shock to French economic stability would bring fascist and radical movements in France threatening- extreme violence. Would Be Kloting. One Frenchman was then heard privately to expostulate, "do you think it we had 2,000,000 or more unemployed workmen in France on a bare subsistence dole as in Eng-land, that they would sit quietly about on park benches as they do here? Of course not, they would be rioting." The one figure in French statistics that shows surprising stability, to Gallic sorrow, is the cost of living. The cost of living- index for France, as it appears i:i the league KROPMAN GROCERY 19 Ninth St. N. E. We Deliver HOME OWNED STORE OF QUALITY FOODS Specials for Friday and Saturday POTATOES, hand picked, peck 23c SUGAR, 10 Ibs 45c EGGS, dozen 18c BUTTER, lb , ? ? TUNA FISH, 2 cans 29c SHRIMP, 2 cans 29c GRAPEFRUIT, seedless, 6 for 25c We have many other specials on GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Daily MR. FARMER: We are paying 18c in trade for eggs. of nations statistical bulletin, ile- I clared leas than .V,;. per cent between 1929 and 1933. The index presented for Great Britain in the same time declined 14 per cent, and in the United States, 24 per cent. Despite the vigorous measures to protect domestic producers, by import quotas and embargoes, the French wholesale price index has in the same time declined more than a third. French exports have been largely of the luxury class, and decidedly profitable. But they have fallen to about 40 per cent of the 1929 total. And although imports and exports about balanced in 1029, imports are now running sonic r0 per cent above exports, in spite of embargoes and quotas. Drop in HiiKiness. The drop in the tourist IniHincpa has been particularly severe, since pounds sterling and dollars buy from 35 to 40 per cent IC.SK in Franco. , It is notable, accordhig to a prominent New York economist \vlio has recently made a study of the French intenia! situation, "that the economic position of the country is based upon a stabilization \vhich came at the top of a boom; Devaluing- her currency to the drastic extent or 80 per cent only seven years ago, France felt an extraordinary inflationary boom. Government expenditures, and social services, were built up on the crest of that boom. Tuxes and other fixed charges which are so difficult to reduce, were then set high. Inflated 1'nco Level. "During- and after tlic vra-.-," Buys this economist, "France cffectively inflated her domestic price level. When the time came for stabilization, she not only stabilized at the top of the inflation, but also stabilized at a rate which undervalued the franc in terms of outside currencies. When detlation engulfed the outside world, France refused to fall in line. She operated a managed pi-ice level internally." Among courses now open to France, economists point out, are either a sharp deflation of internal prices and expenditures, or a new dose of inflation. Plans for New Bridge at Decoi-ah Are Considered DECORAH, Feb. S.--Thvec plans were under consideration in regard to the new bridge to bo constructed on highway 05. The third plun was favored and provided for the new bridge to start near the small bridge that spans the mill race and continue at an angle on highway 53 to the filling .station operated by I', M. Johnson. It will tnlte some time before final plans arc adopted and the contract let to bidders. An extinct volcano, active between eight and ten million years ago, has been discovered In Kansas. STORE WIDE SALE! Now going full blast! Hundreds oi : bargains in every department--new and greater VALUES arriving daily from the east --now is the time to BUY and SAVE! Men's Overcoats In groy untl blue meltons-- all wool, JmIC licit styles. A siwlnjj ol «t leiist 40% . . . u \vonflcr value ut-- BLUE BOUCLE and CARACULS sifi.8» 10 £ 1 1 C C $25 Values C p l J l . O O and MEN'S SUITS llundrrilx nf NK1V~ SI'IT.S I m v c arrived from llm Knit (he past w c r U . \Vn Jire fcntnrlnfr (Ills lot nf st-rK.-B. rhcvlol) a n j tt caikimeres In hliu-, grey nn patlcmH--Vftlnrfl t»i $1R.H5 ... Hundreds of Other Great Values «ty«05 I j ) l Z . j 5 and $16.85 Men's Union Suits Heavy cotton ribbed, sizes 36 to 46 ...r Men's Suede Flannel Shirts, rflQc values to $1.25 Ot? Men's Heavy Moleskin Pa " ts ' . , $1.49 extra special JL MEN'S BLAZERS Suode FIn»n«] In blue, nine and tan--button stylo. All sizes Same in boys'--B8c $J.49 Men's Dress Oxfords, $1.98 JL only Rubber Footwear For the entire family at extra low prices. Men's Work Shirts, special Men's Corduroy Pants in blue, tan, wine and rust. Values $«.49 MEN'S DRESS PANTS Fine worsteds, cashmeres arid tweeds, ovnr Ii,000 pairs to choose from. Values to $3 $J.69 Values to $-1 $^.98 A Values to $Q.98 e^ FARMERS--We pay above market price for eggs--cash or trade! GROCERY SPECIALS! Mackerel -| f| c Sweet, Corn, Imperial ! Omar Flour, 49'/z Ih. Salmon, lb. can A V Club, "I ^C I sacl w i t h $1| .69 ··- I S c a n s - JL/tal 10 C Ginger Ale, large bottle Swift's Quick Naphtha Soap, 10 bars j Rice Pops, large pkg. 5 1 your coupon Chocolate Cookies, fresh, pound 19' Prunes, fancy, 3 Ibs. 29 Ic SALE LTPTON'S GREEN TEA 1 lb. 63c; 2 Ibs ............. 64c lb. 3 5 c ; 2 f o r 36c !4 lb. 2 5 c ; 2 f o r 26c lOc size, 2 for lie Oxydol, 2 medium si'/e packages -4 f r for J. JL Farina, 4 n o u n d s 23- Pancake Flour, ··i^/ bulk, 6 Ibs '-***· Many other extra special values which space does not permit us to mention. COME! SHOP! SAVE! S A M R A I Z E S 215-301 S. Fed. DEPARTMENT STORE Wholesale or. Retail--Free Delivery Phone SEVENTEEN Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY We Deliver $1.00 Orders WE KKSKKVE THK MIGHT TO U.tllT MEAT DEPARTMENT" Decker's Smoked Hams, 11) .............. 18e Decker's Ham Butts, Ib ................ lOe Sterling Minced Ham. Ib ............... lfc Decker's Ueef Roast, 'lb ................ Hlc Decker's 'Beef Boil, II) ................. 7c Decker's Short Cuts, lb ................. 15c Decker's Canned Hams, eacli .......... (3c Sterling Kins Bologna, lb ............... l i e Sterling- Veal Uoast, II) ................. 1 2c Sterling Veal Steak. Hi .................. I fc Oysters -- Fresh -- Full 1'ucU Cluckrus Dirccl. Frnm Farmers Effgs Strictly Fresh -- Direct From Farmers -- White nr Drown Kfr^s. Our Slculis, Itnnsts, Chops C.'nn't He H u n t . "~CHEESE~DEPA]RTMENT ~ D u r i n g our suli-, on Stilton Cliccsc i\t $2.35 a pound, wo did not sell a pound. The jmhllc is r i g h t . A ninu would have to bis nuidly \ n love, out of his mind, or inebriated to pay that price fur a pound of cheese. Milti Cured American Cheese, lb ......... 20c Norwegian Primost Cheese, lb .......... I5c Norway Goaf Cheese, lb ................ .l!)c Holland Goudas Cheese, lb .............. 5fc Longhorn Cream Cheese, lb ............. 19c FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, larjjfe, solid heads .............. * c Grapefruit, large seedless, b' for ......... 25c Celery, large, fancy stalks .............. lOc Apples, II. S. No. 1 Winesans, 12-lb. peck 49c Apples, U. S. No. 1 Winesaps, bushel ____ $1.19 Oranges, good size, 2 dozen ............ ;i5e Oranges, large, dozen ................. 25c Oranges, extra large, dozen ............ ;i5c (iiirlic, Ciicsiinilicrs, Green Onions, ItaUishcs, Turnips, Tomatoes, Sweet. VotutneB, Gram Peppers, Carrots BuJk Cocoanut, F^sh^Tuffy'lb^ Value Milk, tall cans, .1 for ____ TTTTTTTTTiiHc Pineapple, large 2'/i can .............. 1) C Ubby's Kraut, large 2'/i can ........... i r c Monarch Yacht Club Tuna, can ......... jrc Limit Beans, small cans, 2 for ........... rc Upton's Green Tea, 4- Ib. pkgs. 2 for 33c Clear Lake Butler, II) ............ . ...... ~; Monarch Spinach, can ................ 1 "c Monarch Diced Beets, 2 cans ........... 2:5c Monarch Sauerkraut, large can Monarch Hominy, can I7c i'.ic Chase Sanborn Coffee . ib. 25c' Moniieh Ureakfast Coffee, Ih ............ }9 C Power's Coffee, Hi. can ................. i!l c Fdlgcr's Coffee, 2-11). can .............. 5!)e Bliss Coffee, Ib. can .................. 25(.- HtiUcrnul. Coffee, ib. tun ............... ;\2i: Crackers 2 Pound Caddy . . . 19c ~T~POLITICIAN~fAX" \V« liiivo «vcry kirn! of :t tnx c.voept n l u x on noii- ticlnns. \Vis ;ill knoiv Unit :ingru.sK »t W n s h h i K t n n , I). (.'. iind nil the H t n t o U'tfisliiturcs urr. siniutris In their efforts to raise Inxi-s iind .spread tlii'm mjually ' iinioiijv Urn musses. Sii[i|iisi- iliirleitf t h e ciiipr^fncv t h a t ivn jplapii a. tnx on nil officcholdnrs, rlcotivi' mid appointive, federal, titntc, count.)-, city, irilli tin: millions upon millions of sudi employe*--jnsl I l i l n U wlinl Mini, nould menu \vitli a l l t t l i ; (:ix on of ilium. Most of them: IIIBH lire drnivlnff pood snlnrlcs, dninocrntK. t h e y lire for Iho new deal iimi IF sompoiii: would .just :i.sU t h e m to help us out a l i t t l e , on luxes, I I n ' l l R V K they \vould respond 100%. Sterling Coal Feed Co. When you wnnt. hent llio fiiTiions (Sterllnjf Ciinl responds 100%. I.rjKi; «. JUI.LKit JACK ,%fe(;OI J E, .-\T(;r. IliSli Sehool Mothers' Music (Jhilf IH'nvni I'rnifrnrii i-'or IJanil and Orchestra High School A u d i t o r i u m , ThiirHdny, Feb. ti, 11 !'. M. St. Joseph Tahcrniirlu Society Cnril I'nrly I'arlsh Ilnll, Sinidiij" Bvening, Feh. II. Pure Sorghum in Gallon Cans 49c Pure Sorghum in */% Gallon Cans 25c O.vydol, giant size package {)[·, Oxydol, hir^c si/e package l)c Camay '1'oilct Soap, bar , 5c ^? Kirk's Hard w a t e r Soap, bar =,c Chi|isi, larp;e pnckngcs, 2 for 2!h? jBanner Oats, Large Pkges. 2 for 25c _ Mustard, q u a r t s ..................... 1 "K: Dill I'irlilc.s. (/iiiirls .................... ]JK: Olives, largo jars ..................... 2"c Monarch Horse Uadish .Mustard, jar ..... 1 ()c Ketchup, lartfe hotllcs, 2 for ............ 2"e Pink Salmon, Tall Cans 2 for . . 25c ftlonnrch ftclaliiic, ;1 packages .......... 25c Monarch I'eanut liuttcr, Ifirjjc jar.s ...... 25c Monarch Apple Butter, jar ..... -. ..... 25c Monarch Foot! of Wheat, large package. . 1 5c Monarch Cake Flour, lar?c package ...... 25c .(crscy Crciim Flour, -iil-lb. bag. .. Occident Flour, l!)-Jb. IMK $2.0f Gold Medal Flour, 49-11). bag S2.0!) Omar Flour. 1 !)·!!. bajc §1 SI Oyster Sholls, 100 Ibs '.. 79^ i\Ior(on's Smoked Salt, can 7flo Old Hickory Smoked Salt, can 7 ( )c Slock Sail." 100 Ibs .'.'.'.' s)- .SuRfir. 1 00 Ibs. Heel $.(."!) MIS. I ' A l t . M K K : -- U r l i i i c us y u u r c KK s-- It I' ii.sli or tr;il-. X'fOKK

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