The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 16
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February 22, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN Federal Packing Co. Phono 746 Wo Deliver $1.00 Orders 2 IS N. Federal Ave. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, LARD, Open Q Kettle, Ib OC CHICKENS, pound BEEF STEAK, Good, p o u n d . . . . BEEF ROAST, Good, pound.... BEEF RIBS, : pound GROUND BEEF, pound STEAK, T-Bone, -i j- Good, p o u n d . . . . I D C 14c lOc ..7c ..5c .8c SATURDAY and MONDAY PORK ROAST, Lean, pound FRESH HAM, Small, p o u n d . . . . _ (Half or ,Whole) SIDE PORK, n Fresh, pound OC FRESH PIKE, i n pound 1*)C CATFISH, . n/\ pound Li\J C HERRING, Fresh, pound. .. BACON, Decker's, -if* Sliced, pound 10 C 7c Chicago Meat Mkt. PHONE 398 «2G SOUTH JACKSON MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS PAY STRIKE FOLLOWS REFUSAL TO JOIN Laundry Owner Testifies a Racket Conspiracy Trial of 18. CHICAGO, Feb.'22. (fl 1 )--A laun dry owner testified at the trial-o IS defendants charged with a rackc conspiracy that a strike was calle in his plant after he had refused t sign up under the rcoganizatio plan of Attorney Aaron Sapiro. The witness, Josaph Risner, aai he was one of 40 laundry-men wh opposed adoption ot the so-ealle Sapiro plan. Attorney Harry Olson, forme chief justice of the municipal cour who represented a number of laim drymen at the meeting at which th plan was explained, told of wamin the laundrymen that the Sapir proposal was illegal and that it lai them' open to charges of conspif acy. The Sapiro proposal, the prosecu tion said, was a revised set of by laws for the trade association. That black fog- in London was no resumption of the world economi conference.--Omaha World-Heraid. BUY YOUR NOW FOR NEXT WINTER Save 50% on the BLUE or GREY MELTONS All This Fall's Styles SIZES 34 TO 4.G ONLY Boys' SHEEPSKIN COATg Men's Work PANTS O t o 4 2 SJ.25 Men's Heavy DOUBLE SPECIAL Demonstration Sale PROUTY BOWLER W H I T E L A U N D R Y For Every Household Need LAUNDRY richer suds -- washes whiter -- leaves clothes thoroughly cleansed. KITCHEN ' P. B. It makes your dishes sparkle. RA TH Ideal f o* tlie Bath r x --refreshing-- contains glycerine -- no odor. SHAMPOO and Scalp-- Leaves the Hair soft and silky -- no riuae needed. Special Introductory Offer 10 for 43c PLUS One Bar FREE Redeem Your Coupons Here MADE IN IOWA */l Ib. p h c . . . . Ic X l l . . t l n 65c Vt Ib. J'ke "o 1 Ib. tin . In i |b. phx.... Ic Carrots, No. 2 can, fancy Cocoa, bulk, 3 pounds Ground Pepper, Black, bulk, pound Dried Apricots, 2 Ibs Dried Peaches, 2 pounds _ Ginger, bulk, 1 pound Tomato Juice, bottle Libby's . Sugar, 10 pounds Oranges, large, good and juicy, »^Sc dozen £A «B Powdered Sugar, 3 Ibs 19 Dessert Jell, all flavors, 6 for .... Vanilla, large bottle Beer, Master Brew, 24 bottle case $j[.98 Grape Fruit, SfcS fancy, 6 for :.fedi$ Yellow Corn Meal, 5 pound sack Beer, Kato, 12 t-g AC r » IT *r EH o**** bottle case JL SAM RAIZES' FANCY E e r , Pound PEABERRY COFFEE Pounds .. Demonstration and Sale ... Saturday, February 24 SUNSHINE CRISPY COOKIES AND CRACKERS 2 pounds of SUNSHINE CRISPY CRACKERS, very fi^ffc r light, 270 by count in 2 Ibs Jd!f C Sara Raize*' Special Pcnl.cn-y Cof/ee ivJll be served--Come In for n Free Cup Shop aft Sam^s toy BAR6AIHS WE PAY ABOVE MARKET PRICE FOR E'GGS Cash or Trade--Park your car in back of our store--plenty of room. SAM RAI DEPARTMENT STOUE 215 S. Federal Wholesale or Retail Phone 431 ROYAL MOURNERS IN BELGIUM i -,', m °"?, - C U C f mouril(;rs *°r K!"FT Albert I were his two younger children, Pnnce Charles (left), his second son, and Princess Marie .lose (right), wife of Prince tmilicrto of Italy. (Associated Press Photos). Farm Administration Armed With Facts Showing Need of Reduction. By STEPHEN J. McDONOUGH WASHINGTON, Feb. 22. /B-The farm administration was armed today with' figures said to prove the necessity for restriction of agricultural production. An intra-department committee after a special .study pointed out that: Even during the 1925-29 boom period, when domestic consumption was high and exports flowed more freely than today, the United States was piling- up as unmarketed surplus the production from 3,000.000 acres. Unmarketable Surplus. During l)32 and 1333, when consumption of agricultural products lad decreased and exports had declined almost to the vanishing' point, the production of 13,000,000 acres was unmarketable surplus. If immediate aims are accom pliahed. between 25,000.000 and 30, 000,000 acres of cottoii, wheat, to bacco and other products will be taken out of production. During the pro-depression pericx the production of 299,000,000 out ol 356,000,000 acres harvested was used for food products consumed in the United States. Decline in Acreage. The production from 32,000,000 acres was exported, and a surplus from 3,000,000 acres was produced while the country imported goods equivalent to the production of 7,000,000 foreign acres. During 1332 and 1933 the total acreage of crops harvested had declined by 2,000,000 acres and the area required to furnish food and non-food farm products to domestic consumers had increased to 302,000,000 acres. Adjusted to Fit. If these figures were adjusted to fit a population of 125,000,000 people in the United States, a total of 310,000,000 acres would be required to feed them, and furnish them with cotton clothing and tobacco. This acreage, however, would still be 52,000,000 acres in excess of the SPECIALS SUGAR, Mason City Beet, 10 Ibs _ 49c COFFEE, Batavia, our best grade 32c Batavia CORN, can 16c; 3 for 45c Golden Bnntiim Whole Kernel Batavia PINEAPPLE, can 29c; 3 for 79c Kug-ycdy Ann--Xo. 3V t Size Batavia ASPARAGUS, can 29c; 3 for 79c Fancy Green--No. a Tins Batavia APRICOTS, can 29c; 3 for 79c Raggedy Ann--No. '.y z In Our MEAT DEPARTMENT KUI,E NO. 1 IS BUY NOTHING BUT THE VERY FINEST MEATS. OUR BUSINESS IS BUII.T ON CUSTOMERS' SATISFACTION. THE FINEST STEAKS, ROASTS MILK FED VEAL LAMB FRESH KILLED CHICKENS FILET OF PIKE AND HADDOCK Fancy Sunkist ORANGES, doz. 35c 150 Size Fancy GRAPEFRUIT, 5 for 25c Florida Fresh Vegetables--Fresh Strawberries STOCK UP AT THIS BARGAIN PRICE j Ib. pkg. 33c 1 Ib. pkg. Ic Demonstration Sale I'ROTJTY BOWLER WHITE LAUNDRY 10 BARS 43 C (PLUS) The Soap for Kvery Household Need IBAR FREE -REDEEM YOUR COUPONS HERE-Home-Made Bread and Pastry FEBRUARY 22 1934 FOi Alan Moore, 78, Published Papers at Elma, Woden and Swaledale. SIOUX CITY, Feb. 22. (/P)_ Alan Moore, for 50 years a publisher o£ weekly newspapers in Iowa Nebraska ana South Dakota died today at Cresbard, s. Dak., a t - t h e age of 7S. He had published papers at Elma, Swaledale and Woclpn Iowa, Liberty, Nebr., and Interior and Cresbard, S. Dak. Sentenced to Prison. KENOSHA, Wis., Feb. 22. (if,-Convicted of robbing- an automobile dealer, Leo Costanzo, «tG, DCS Moines grocer, was sentenced to a term o£ 1 to 30 j'ears in the state prison. IDEAL GROCERY 220 SOUTH FEDERAL WE DELIVER PHONE 580 EGGS Fresli 2 dozen 29c LEMONS Sunkist dozen _Jjjc OIIANCSES 10 II)S. 35c SUGAll 10 Lbs. 49c MUSTAKD rint Jar 9c COOKIES Assortftd 25c CKACKEHS 2 Lbs. 19c TOMATOES CORN 8 for 25c OATMEAL 5-1 h. plcjf. 19c CLEANSER Lighthouse S for 14c 1WD. Oil BIJ. SUGAR 3 Lbs. 19c SPAGHETTI MACAKOiVI 3 Ibs. 25c SPEC8AL Ic SALE acreage in 1925-1929 and 38,000,000 acres above that cultivated in the past two years. GREEN JAPAN TEA Get TWICE as fWuch .for Only Ac More '/2-lb. pkg' 33e Yi -Ib. pkg. Ic '4-lb. pkg: 17c Vi -Ib. pkg Ic .10c Size, 2 for lOc ... to start tins * day MIGHT! Absolutely essential! Omission oj this important detail is, we suspect, a frequent cause of divorce, murder and mayhem. Any GOOD coffet . . . fresh . . . and brewed to bring out the flavor . . . starts llie day right for you . . . particularly if jV'i -- Dromedary No. 2 Cans ea. pkg. 9G . fop By mid-day you need the stimulus only coffee can supply . . . a "pick-up" that carries you. through until evening. Of course, if you prefer tea? But tvc think it'll be coffee once you get acquainted tvittt^-- Del Monto Do Luxe No. 2 Cans ea. 1 .No. 2 Cans ea. . . . at oS. course! What, again? 1'es, and by- all means! DESSERT becomes a DESERT if coffee is neglected. Serve it in the living room for a change . . . for the full, leisurely appreciation merited by -- For Creaming or SaladR No. 1 Cans ea. Hcinx Ass't. c nomi noss Tvmlrr l'nncskr.t In a lllls, 3V- ll: '/. III. 1'Bjl ITc ll. rk s ..33c ·/, I I I . J'kj; O l c '/i Ib. riiff..olc J0^ Slic. ; far. .

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