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December 7, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE .DECEMBER 7 1933 Fine for Children's Coughs and Colds The largest selling cough and cold medicine in all of cold Canada is Buckley's Mixture (triple strength) -it is now made in Buffalo for the people of the U. S. A. It's a wonderful medicine for children as well as grownups--one little sip and tha ordinary cough is gone --it is safe and harmless--it looa- ens things up--· Keep a 45 cent 'bottle handy In case o£ emergency--and don't fail to use it for stubborn oW colds and bronchitis--get it at Frank Huxtable Drug Co., or any drugstore -and money back if not delighted. DEMAND "DAIRY MAID" PRODUCTS Butter, Milk, Cream, . Whip Cream and Cottage Cheese · PHONE. 686 Cut Rate Grocery SAVES YOU MONEY PRICES BELOW GOOD FOR THURSDAY', FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JPHONE 112--113 Free Delivery of 50c Order or More SAME PRICE BOTH STORES Powdered Sugar, I pounds . . . . . . . . 25 c Decker's Sliced Bacon, Ib. IBc boneless Codfish; -Ib, box Z5c Decker's Porkettes (sure fine) Ib........... lofi Good Potatoes, peck 2Sc 25o Wright's Silver'Cream 19c Mac,, Nood., Spag., 5 pkgs 25c- Oranges, doz. 15c, 23c, 39c, S5o Good Mincemeat, Ib 19c Oo Pills. Pancake Flour 23c BEST GRADE NUTS Snglish Walnuts, Ib 15c Uixed Nuts, Ib 18o Large Washed Brazils, Ib. I9c jarge Almonds, Ib 19u Large Filberts, IV) 23o Peanuts, Ib..-.:.... lOc Candied Pineapple, pkg... loo Candled Cherries, pkg.. . luc Peanut Butter, 2 Ib. jar. .25e Peanut Butter, 1 Ib. jar..]5c Vanilla Flavor, 8 oz. bottle lOc Sweet Pickles, pints .....15o White Flour, 5 Ib. sack.. .24.0 5o Catsup, 2 bottles 25c Oc Melo, can Sc Gelatine, all flavors,, pkg. 5c Oo Baking Soda, 3 pkgs. 25r lOc Sal Soda, 2 pkgs 25c 15c Hllex, 2 bottles 25c lOo Palmolive Beads, pkg, 5c HONEY, large, full cakes, 2 for 25c Pure Crisco, 2 Ibs Sac Dried Peaches, 2 Iba 25o Dried Apricots, Ib 15c, lOo Triumph Flour, 49 Hi. sk. §1.79 23c Pure Vanilla, 2-oz. hot. 19c Toilet Paper, 3, 4, 5, 6 for 25c lOc Tomato Juice, 2 cuns 15c liSc Bub-O, 2 cans 2Ec lOo Kitchen Cleanser, 4 lor 25r Blarshnmllows, Ib 15c lOc Pumpkin, S cans 25e Mustard, Quart Jar 15c Mustard, pint jars lOc FANCY DATES, -j A 2 pounds i«/C COFFEE, TEA Best Poaberrv Coffee, Ib. 19c 8 Ibs. 49c Cut Rate Special, Ib 25c Red Rose, 1 Ib. cnn 25c Cut Rate Special Tea, pk. 28r Elmvalo Tea, pkg. ...... .Soc Green Tea, best grade, Ib. 25c Best Gr Tea Sittings, Ib. ISc PURE SORGHUM Vl gallon Sac 1 gallon 69c VEGETABLES Canadian Rutabagas, 3 Ibs. Fancy Onions, 4 Ibs 15c Beets, can 10e, 2 lor IBc Acorn Squashes, 4 lor... ,10c 15c Peas, 2 for 25c Hubbard Squash, each....IBc Wax String Beans lOo Hominy, quart can lOc Peas, per can Iflo lOc Corn, largo can, 3 for 25c Green String Beans, can lOc Lima Beans, large cim..,10u Tomatoes, largo can 10e 15o Corn, 2 cans 25r Head Lettuce, solid Sc and lOc Nice Celery, stalk lOc Price Is not all there ia to advertising. Von must back up the statements with your goods. Wo sell the best grade of goods at the lowest price possible. Cut Rate Grocery SC E. State St. 508 1st S. \V. Phono 112-113 Thone 114 C. E. BUSH, EAttL BUSU, Mgr. 244 STATE BANKS AS MEMBERSHIP Non-Federal Reserve Banks in Iowa Examined After Applications. By RUBY A. BLACK. Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau. WASHINGTON--Iowa had a total of 244 state banks applying for membership in the temporary insurance fund of the FederaJ Deposit Insurance corporation, on Dec. 4, 1933. The number of banks that have been examined in the state ia 217; a force of 41 examiners and.assist- ants is working throughout Iowa. By noon Monday, .6,748 state banks throughout the country, which are not members of the Federal Reserve system had applied for membership in the temporary insurance fund. The fund insures in- vidual deposits up to 52,500 in full, eginning Jan. 1, 1934. Of the 6,748 state banks which ive applied for membership, more ban 76 per cent have already been ompletely examined as to qualifi- cations' for membership by examiner* of the Federal Deposit Insurance corporation. A force of 1,641 examiners Is handling tha work. Through, co-operation of the Reconstruction Finance corporation, all state non-member banks which are admitted to the temporary insurance fund will be in good financial condition. Aged Albert Lea Man Knocked in Front of Train by Car, Killed ALBERT LEA, Minn., Dec. 7. (JP --Struck by an automobile and thrown in front of a train, Colburn Olson, 83, Albert Lea, was killed last night. The car driver endangered his own life trying to rescue Olson. Olson was struck by a car driven by Monte Ell, who rushed to the tracks to drag him to safety, but was too late. Farmers Still Plowing. DECORAH, Dec. 7.--Farmers of Winneshiek county are still plow- Ing. This is an unusual record for Dec. 7. Some of the older settlers recall that the. winter of 1877 was so mild that farmers wera able to plow every month of the year. CHEESE TALKS Do you get a kick out of discovering new foods? Then be the first of your set to discover Chateau, the marvelous new cheese treat Borden brought down from Canada! KENYON'S DAIRY PRODUCTS WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF :lne fay Few Cents More and Get Kenyons Fresh-Churned Butter IOWA RANKS 3RD IN CANNED CORN Minnesota First and Illinois Second in Production During: 1933. By RUBY A. BLACK G!obe-Gafcett« Washington Bureau. WASHINGTON--Minnesota was first, Illinois second and Iowa third in the 1933 production of canned corn in the United States. Iowa, with a total production of 1,132,301 cans in 1933, showed an enormous increase over 19S2 when 444,200 cans were packed. Minnesota showed an Increase of 331,996 cans in 1933 over 1932, with a 1933 production of 2,349,736 cans. Illinois showed a decrease of 212,127 cans in 1933, with a. 1932 production of 2,024,313 cans. The total 1933 production in the United States was 10,192,730 cans as compared with 9,357,642 cans In 1932. :ng of hearings on the controverted neasure Wallace said need for 3roader and stricter legislation has ieen brought about by increased traffic in foods and drugs, development of cosmetics, new narcotic and habit-forming drugs, and "totally new food constitutents and important nutrition elements like the vitamins." "I think it is generally understood that this bill ia Intended primarily to protect consumers. At the same time it should operate In the interest of all honest manufacturers. "Agriculture has special reasons for favoring it. Farmers are Interested as producers and users of food, as extensive users of package medicine, and as almost exclusive users of veterinary medicines and stock feeds. Agriculture is interest- ed in any measure that helps the consumer obtain food which is unadulterated and honestly represented," Wallace said. Born at Rocjcford. ROCKFORD--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berk Tuesday forenoon an 8H pound daughter, She has been named Kathryn Mae. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gray of Mason City a 7H pound daughter. Mrs Gray and baby are in the home of her father, Marve Johnston. Sandbach Heads R. A. M. Chapter. DECORAH, Dec. 7.--King Solomon chapter, No. 35, R. A. M., election resulted in the following: h priest, Rev. O. Sandbach; iing. Dr. A. F. Fritchen; scribe, Morss, and treasurer, J. N. Lee. STOP THE FLU Eby's Flu Capsules, 35c HUXTABLE DRUG CO. WALLACE FAVORS GOPELAND'S BILL First Hearing Witness Sees Need of Stricter Food and Drug Laws. WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. (.?--Secretary Wallace today personally indorsed the general principles of the Copeland bill to strengthen the pure food and drugs act and said the department of agriculture .officially favored it. As the first witness at the open- LAST CALL! Friday are the FINAL 2 DAYS of ourGRE AT 20th ANNIVERSARY SALE which will not be forgotten by the public which ENJOYED ENORMOUS SAVINGS DURING THE SALE. Below we are listing only a small sample of the HUNDREDS of BARGAINS being 1 offered in our various departments during this FINAL WIND-UP. $3-39 MEN'S SUEDE LEATHER VESTS, $5 values, for the final wind-up, only BOYS' WOOL BLAZERS, nice assortment of colors. Values up to $2. Friday and Saturday only Men's Suede BLAZERS With Talon' Zipper A $3 Value Fri. and Sat. Sj.98 Men's Trousers Sizes SO to 42 for these 2 days, only-98 Headquarters for Christmas Candies and Mixed Nuts Special prices ti churches, schools and lodges. BOYS' LEATHERETTE SHEEPSKIN COATS Heavy felt luted, four pockets, belt all around, wambo collar. Same in size 10 to 18, $2.49 Men's and Boys' Work Shirts While 15 doz. last, Fri. and Sat. only Pure Strawberry Preserves, large jar Pork Beans, 5 cans for 25 Sugar, 10 Ibs. with order 49 Yellow Cling Peaches, heavy syrup "4 ff c pack, 2'/ z can M.9 Apricots, per can ,, Kellogg's Whole Wheat Biscuits, 2 pkgs. with coupon 10 Bulk Mince Meat, fancy, 2 Ibs. _ Prunes, nice and large, Ib 10 Golden Bantam Corn, reg. 12c per can, 3 cans for BUTTERNUT COFFEE SALE and DEMONSTRATION Saturday, Dec. 9--Come in for a sample--SPECIAL PRICES DURING SALE Beer, per case of 24 bottles ...... Soda Crackers, 2 pounds .................. Peaberry Coffee, extra good "i Or drinker, Ib ............. J.O ORANGES, Nice and Juicy Special purchase makes this price possible. While they last, dozen 10 Laundry Soap, 10 bars 19' Cookies, fresh, · O per pound M.V BURCH BISCUIT COMPANY SALE and DEMONSTRATION Saturday, Dec. 9--Come in and sample their line BURCH BAKES BETTER BISCUITS! Calumet Baking Powder, i ib. 25 c can _.. JUST ARRIVED! New shipment of LINGON BERRIES salt and Spiced HERRING. Leave your order for Lutefisk. A Complete Line of RUBBER FOOTWEAR for Every Member of the Family SAM RAIZES 215 S.Federal DEPARTMENT STORE Wholesale and Retail Phone 434 IDEAL GROCERY PHONE 536 326 SOUTH FEDERAL Continues in Business Last minute arrangements with our landlord on satisfactory terms and lease will enable us to continue in business at the usual low prices for quality merchandise. We have a complete fresh stock of Groceries and Fruits. Butter, pound Milk, Jack Sprat, 3 for Peanut Butter, ]ge. jar. Table Salt, 2 Ibs 22' 17' 20 5' Pork Beans, -41 Q, No. 21/ 2 , 2 for AST 21 Gr. Crackers, 2 Ibs Sugar, 10 Ibs Flour, 49 Ibs Tru-BIu Flour, $-| 49 pounds JL Matches, carton $J_.55 19 Daughter Is Barn. ROCKWELL -- Mr. and Mrs. ·James Schwartz are the parents oC a. baby girl born Wednesday morning. This is the first child for this couple. National Fruit Co. Phone 824 101 South Federal UNITED FRUIT CO. Phone 1iO Free Delivery at Both Stores. 33 East State TWO CARLOADS IDAHO APPLES Jonathans, Rome Beauties, ring puckcd, hand picked. tf»-| nn Medium size, basket «pl.UtJ Onions, Yellow Globe No. 1 grade, ]0 Jb. IMIJ Texas Grapefruit, seedless, dozen 45c Cranberries, Eatmor, 2 qts. 19c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, 3 Ibs 35c Sugar, Mason City, 10 !b. bag 49c P. G. Soap, 10 bars 25c Blue Borre! Soap. 6 large bars 25c Silk Tissue Toilet Paper, 5 large rolls 25c Monarch Stringless Green or Wax', large can Beans, 15c monarch Pens, Earlv Juno or Sweet, * -I j- size S can i«JC IDAHO POTATOES "Russets," good cooking-, fine halting, *·! J T 100 Ib. bag tj I «tO Onions, Red Globe, bushel (52 Ibs.) .. . 79c Oranges, sweet, juicy (regular 25c size) 1Q dozen J. 31 Oysters, strictly fresh lit 49c Folger's Coffee, drip or regular pound 31c; l-iQr» 2 pounds ............. O»/C Crackers, National Biscuit Grahams or Sodns, 2 Hi. box ..... : Camay or Klrlra Soap, 5 bars Ivory Snow Flakes, 2 large pkgs 25c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs 25c Monarch Jello Dessert, 5 pkgs. 25c Monarch Corn, G. B., 2 large cans Fresh Vegetables--Celery Hearts, Broccoli, Mushrooms, Green Beans, Peas, Spinach, Endives, Cauliflower, Artichokes, Celery Cabbage, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Radishes, Young Onions, Lettuce, Parsley, Peppers, Carrots, Turnips, Avocados. QUALITY AND ECONOMY AND SAVE TIME AND MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DEC: 8 AND 9th SUGAR 10 Ib. Cloth Bag 49 Matches 6 box carton 22 Roma Coffee "· GROUND FRESH WHEN SOLD IDS* Baking Powder s CLABBER GIRL Cheese . . . Ib. WISCONSIN LONGHORN Dates . . . 2 Ibs. COFFEE Nash's Pound FRESH IN BULK Peas . . Medium Cans SWEET AND TENDER TISSUES Scott's 2 for SALMON Libby's Tall Cans Each 17 COCOA Mother's 2 Pounds Sego . . . 2 Ibs. t A c MAKES TASTY PUDDING ". JR ^^ Filled Candy, Ib. 1 £ c A HIGH GRADE CANDY ·· *9 Pecan Meats, Ib. MEDIUM HALVES ) FRUITS and VEGETABLES APPLES ORANGES Fancy Homes A ^ _ Florida Sweet Ones «»«« 7 Pounds Z-C D ozen Z^C POTATOES Grapefruit BUTTER Fresh Churned Pound Walnuts largo FranUettes Pound OATS Banner Quid; or Reg. Large Pkg. SOAP Bob White 10 Bars 19 L LARD Swift's Silv erica f 4 Pounds ncd Jllver Chios Peck ... Texas Seedless \as Seedless 4^ ^ for 26|C CATSUP Large 14 oz. Bottle 1O 12-14 1ST N. W. FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OF $3.00 PHONE 1591

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