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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 12, 1934
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 12 1934 TWO HELD TO GRAND JURY Barnett and Xelophone Ar Bound Over on Charges of Illegal Possession. Two persons were held to the grand jury Monday morning before John C. Shipley, police judge, on charges of illegal possession of alcohol. Teauthus Barnett, Negro, residing at 214 First street southwest, was arrested about 10:15 olclock Sunday morning on West State street with four half pints of alcohol Pete Xelophone, 211% South Federal avenue, was arrested Saturday afternoon with 19 full half pint bottles and one-half pint bottle partly filled with alcohol. Both were charged with illegal possession and held to the grand jury, with bonds fixed at ?300 each. Lincoln Pence, 1532 Hampshire avenue northeast, forfeited a 5100 bond. He was arrested Saturday THOMAS MACHINE CO. WE DO All, KINDS OF MACHINE WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Fhone 9503 80S 2nd S. W. Mason City, la. DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT and WEDDING RING Both for the price of one, in either yellow or white gold. MURRAY JEWELRY CO. _ M. B. A. Bldg. Cut Rate Grocery PRICES BELOW GOOD AT BOTH STORES FOR TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 30 E. State St.--Phone 112-113 508 1st St. S. W.--Phono 114 Cane Sugar, 10 Ibs 45c 1 r -.--^j.\ Corn, 5 cans 25c Sweet Pickles, pint jar., loo Mince Meat, 2 Ibs 25c Peanut Butter, pints.... 15o Peanut Butter, quarts,.. 25c English Walnuts, !b 15o Velvet Tobacco, can 12c Dates, 2 Ibs 19o Flour, 5-lb. sack 24c Eggs, Strictly -t *J fresh and clean, doz. 1 J i» Largo Corn Flakes, pkg. lOo Mac. or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs, 25o Mac. or Spaghetti, S Ibs. 25c Noodles, S pkgs 2So Rutabagas, 3 Ibs lOc Lima, Beans, large can... lOc Christmas Candy, Z Ibs. 25o Gr. or Wax Str. Beans, can lOc Pop Corn that pops, 5 Ibs. 25c Catsup, large' bottle, 2 for 2 Bo Onions, 8 Ibs 2(!c Peanut Brittle, Ib lOo --FLOUR-Triumph (none better) 49-lb. sack $1.79 Wooden Shoe Flour, 49-lb. sack $1.66 PUkbury'e, 49-lb. sack $2.10 Sunbeam, 49-lb sack.. $1.80 Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 26o Graham, 6 Ib. sack...... 25c Graham, 10 Ib. sack 46c Buckwheat, 5 Ibs 25c Buckwheat, 10 Ibs 45o Pills. Pan. Flour, 4-Ib. sk. 21o Crackers, 2-lb. caddy 19c Milk, 4 large 2So Ry-Krisp, new style pkg. 15o Vanilla Flavor, 8 oz. bottle 19o lOc Pumpkin, 3 cans... 25o lOo Sal Soda, 3 pkgs 25o lOc Baking Soda, 3 pkgs. 25o Raisins, per pkg lOc HlJex, quart bottles 25c lOc Palmollve Beads, pkg. 5c lOo Kidney Beans, 4 cans 25c Brooms, good... 39c, 49c, G9c Large Prunes, per Ib lOe Ex. Large Prunes, 2 Ibs. 25o Dry Luna Beans, 3 Ibs... 25c Pudding, per pkg. 5c Honey, 2 cakes 2oo Pure Criaco, 2 Ibs.. 35c 15o Spinach, 2 cans 25c Copenhagen Snuff, 3 cans 25c Green ^Tea, best, Ib 25c Dill Pickles, pint jars... Iflc Salad Dressing, qt. jars.. 25c Peas, can lOc Peas, 2 cans 25e Peas, per can llc Mazola, quart 25c Lima Beans, 6 cans 25c lOo Tomato Juice, 4 cans 2oc Farina (bulk) 5 Ibs 25c Mustard, quart jars 15c Ex. Choice Apricots, Ib... lOc Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs 25e Butternut Coffee, 1 Ib. can Sic 25c Pure Vanilla, 2-or. bot. lOc Toilet Paper, S, 4, S rolls 25o Celery, large stalks, lOc, 15e Head Lettuce, solid, 6c and lOc Cauliflower (nice) per hd. 15c EARL BUSH, Mgr. MS First Street S. W. C. E. BUSH, Mgr. 30 East State Street 4 night after a chase over the American Legion community golf course and was charged with reckless driving. Detective Leo Rlsacher made the arrest and found a 10 gallon can of liquor near the spot where the man was arrested. Frank B. Ayers, Rockford, arrested on Sixteenth street southeast, Saturday night, Ray Goodwin, 115 Fifth street northwest, arrested Sunday morning about 10 o'clock on Federal avenue, Lee Jones, Mason City, arrested about 9 o'clock Sunday morning in the 200 block on West State street and Thomas Paulson, Nora Springs, were charged with intoxication and fined ?10 and costs each. Earl Nelson, Negro, was also arrested Sunday night for Des Moines officers. He is wanted In the capital city on a charge of breaking and entering. At the Hospitals Charlotte Spildc, Northwood, was admitted to the Park hospital Saturday for treatment. Mrs. George Hall, Fertile, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Saturday following a major operation. Mrs. Theodore Bye, Rockwell, was dismissed from the Story hospital Sunday following- a major operation. Gordon Lee, 1316 Jefferson avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following a minor operation. William Blake, 914 Elm drive, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. Elsie Fuls, 1544 Jefferson avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following' a major operation. Miss Ruth Graper, Nora Springs, waa dismissed from the Mercy hospital Saturday following a major jperation. Warren Bates, Mason City, was admitted to the Park hospital Sunday for treatment. Mrs. Herman Nordman, Wesley, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major peration. Alvin G. Morse, Mason City, was Teeth The lowest prices I have made on Dental Work In fifteen years, Silver Fillings As Low As 50c IOLD DliaT RUBBEB PLATE $8.95 Teeth Extracted $1.00 Plates repaired In my own laboratory while you wait. Jacob E.Hynds D E N T I S T Over Palais Royal Corner North of Dime Store OPEN EVENINGS-SUNDAY A. M. CLOSING-OUT SALE Going Out of Business! Entire Stock of Furniture and Stoves at Cost! SCHULMAN Furniture Co. 205 North Federal Ave. PACKING HOUSE MARKET 122 SOUTH FEDEHAI., Phone 101 FRESH HAMBURGER L lOc VEAL CHOP ROASTS STEAKS admitted to the Park hospital Sunday for a major operation. Geraldine Greiner, 817 Washington avenue southwest, waa dismissed from the Mercy hospital Saturday following a major operation. Glen B. Mehl, Kanawha, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following treatment. Mrs. Harold Wasley, Central apartments, was dismissed from Lhe Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. A son weighing 6 pounds 2 ounces was bom to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McConnell, 214 Twentieth street southeast, Sunday at the Park hos- -Utal. Charles Colloton, 1325 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, was admitted 10 the Mercy hospital Saturday for treatment. Charlotte Ann Peck, Corwith, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Saturday for treatment. Mrs. Markus Mary, Kanawha, was admitted to the Mercy hospital ".aturday for a major operation. Mrs. Robert J. McCauley, 1318 'resident avenue northwest, waa admitted to the Mercy hospital Sun- ay for treatment. Joseph George Fell, 1418, Hampshire avenue northeast, was adrait- :ed to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a major operation. John Anderson, 329 Twenty-ninth street southwest, was admitted .to 'he Mercy hospital for major op- s ration. Donald ,and Betty McCourt, 1804 Georgia avenue southeast, were admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a major operations. Mra. Louis Jarosh and infant daughter, 26 Ninth street northeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Saturday, Misa Dorothy Deals, 212 Twelfth itreet northwest, waa admitted to :he Mercy hospital Monday for a major operation. Mra. Chester J. McClung, 410 Massachusetts avenue southeast, was amitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for a minor operation. To Attack Problem of Municipal Debt WASHINGTON, Feb. 12. UP_ iecretary Morgenthau said today he treasury was approaching the nunicipal debt problem "with the hope we con. find some way to help." Fable: Once a fellow landed afed- ral Job by having his friends write -itters to a senator. -- Kewinger's HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE tlolclc Relief, or Von only r*y When Satisfied. If you suffer from High Blood pressure, Izzlness, ringing la th« ean, can't Bletp t nights, feel weak And ahalcy, bad taste, trvoun. If your heart pounds «jij you ear a paralytic atroXe, to demonstrate Dr. Hayes' prescription w« will .lend you post- aid, a regular 11 treatment on atxolutely 'REE TRIAL. While It If non-ipeclflc, many cases reported T«marka.bly quick r«- lel; often aymplona. dlmlntih -and normal sleep returns within 3 ' dayf. Conlalna no salts, physics, oplfttu or (lop*. Bare aim any diet. PAY NOTHING UNLESS GREATLY IMPROVED. Then Mud »l. it not Im- »roved your report cancels charjrt. Write Dr. Hayes Ans'n. 3311 Coatw, Kaoau Clly, Mo. Special Med. Winter UNION SUITS 2for$l LARNER'S THE EVERYTHING IN MUSIC PHONE 798 "World Dial" That Brings You Paris, Ixmdon, Berlin! The new RCA Victor "All - Wave" Radio entertains and thrills you with American and foreign broadcasts, police calls, ships and airplanes. COAL IOWA (Centervllle) W. KY. NUT ?UM?:. ton $6.SO ton $8.00 ton SO. ILL. L U M P , . . . I Franklin County) tOB Above Coals Best In Their Respective Fields. WHY PAY MORE? Wolf Bros. PHONE 1118 GWA WORK MAY GOME TO CLOSE HERE ON FEB. 15 Three Projects Completed and Others Well on Way. If and when the CWA work comes to a close on Feb. 13 in Cerro Sordo county, there will be as the reports indicate, three projects completed. They Include the storm sewers at Mason City, Project No. 5; street improvement, Clear Lake, Project No. 1; Plymouth, graveling and grading city streets, Project No. 13. Word was received here that Governor Herring announced he had been advised by Washington that CWA work will stop next Thursday unless differences regarding the appropriation are ironed out by a. congressional conference committee before that time. The bill in question, ho said, involves about $460,000,000 for CWA. If this amount should be allowed, he said, the present federal plans call for about 10 per cent of the present workers to be dropped weekly for the next 10 weeks which would be about 7,000 weekly in Iowa, No Us* for $3,000,000. Should the CWA funds be discontinued, the governor pointed out, there will be added use for the ?3,000,000 recently appropriated by the legislature for the care of the unemployed and needy. Other work that has been carried forward on other Cerro Gordo county projects within the county, is not going to be any loss in expenditures, quite the contrary, the money will have been very well spent. For example, each project is so handled due to the foresight of those In charge, that each portion of the work on. each project is completed in its relation to the project sa a whole. Projects No. 5 and 15 might be used to illustrate what is meant. These projects cover the county work on secondary roads. Many roads are resurfaced, grades rebuilt ind approaches to railroad 'cross- nga improved. Each, piece of work is finished before something else is started. In this way very little work will be left unfinished on Feb. 15. This Is only typical of how each project Is being worked. Hours Decreased. The decrease In the number of hours from SO to 15 each week has effected the amount of work accomplished on several of the protects, but has not had any bearing on the permanency of the work completed. In reviewing the work of the past veek It is evident that appearances lave been changing rapidly around a number of projects. Weather has been most favorable and. labor has accomplished much work · in that time. The rock crushing: operations at the rock quarry in Mason City Is showing the effect of this effort. Since the hours have been shortened two crews have been working, each two days a week. The Jevee at the disposal plant in Mason City has been progressing rapidly the past week. Accomplishments on these projects are more noticeable perhaps than some others where considerable work has been done, due no doubt to the fact that the effort is confined to a small area. The county rock crushing operations on North Carolina avenue, where the county is cutting down a rock bill and - spreading the gravel on a nearby road, is impressive. The retaining wall to the north of the rock quarry along the south bank of the Winnebago river adds to the beauty of the stream, is regarded as artistic as well as useful. Some of the workmen have shown themselves to be artists in laying the wall and the steps leading from the wall to the quarry. Plymouth Working. The town of Plymouth has been progressing on project 13, including grading and graveling streets and laying 260 feet of storm sewer which drains about aix blocks of the town. The a ewer runs Into Beaver creek. The town of Thornton has completed project No. 21 and Is now working on No. 23. No. 21 includes the improving of the streets of the town. Since the new project has been started work has been extended on street improvement. The road west of town has been Improved by resurfacing it to the city limits. The road west of town haa been improved by resurfacing it to the city limits. The road to the cemetery has been resurfaced. Waterways have been cut on Sunnyside and on other streets about town. The park is to be improved. Meservey has resurfaced eight city streets and graveled seven, Including a five block stretch north from the county line. An extension will be made on the seven blocks of water main, adding two blocks with CWA labor. This work had not yet started at last report. Laying Storm Sewer. Rockwell 1s laying storm sewer over a distance of about eight blocks Joining up with an outlet to a ditch one block east and a block north of the creamery. The tile will be land in a northeasterly direction from the ditch, going beneath the M. and St. L. railroad tracks two blocks from the starting point, and continuing to the northeast for about five blocks. Drainage has been bad in the northeast part of Rockwell. Because of this, the water ran Into the basements of a number of dwellings. Indications are that the work under the CWA will be continued until May 1. Many new projects have been approved by the local committee, pending the extension. Cerro Gordo county, the City of Mason City, the independent school district of Mason City, the city of Clear I Lake, the town of Dougherty have already submitted projects for approval. Other towns will no doubt do likewise in the near future. Two Chimney Fires Reported Over Week- End in Mason City A spark from a chimney on the L. W. Cookman home, 802 Sixth street southwest, set fire to the roof of the two story frame house, about 10:45 o'clock Sunday night. Two other alarms were answered by the local fire department over the week-end. A chimney fire was reported at the K. W. Larson home, at 19-21 Fourth street northwest, a duplex house, about 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. A grass fire was reported at noon Sunday In the 606 block on Fourth street southwest. Clothes don't make a man, but they can break a husband.--Chicago Times. J. R. Fletcher Struck by Automobile While Crossing on Federal J. R. Fletcher, 212 Twelfth street southeast, was struck by car driven by WUHam H. Mahlstadt, 1220 Massachusetts avenue southeast, as he was crossing the street at the intersection of Seventh street and South Federal avenue Saturday evening. 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