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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 6, 1936
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6 · 1936 Hfw Job In Minneapolis. LYLE, Minn.--Davis Ericltson baa ·». position with the Lyle Culvert company at Minneapolis and left for that place to take up his duties. CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY Wfe lead in Price, We win with Quality. Same 1'rlces at Both Stores. Our Prices are Never High FRI., SAT., MON. FREE DELIVERY SO E. State, Phones 112-11S 512 First St. S, W., Phone 114 Brown Sugar, 5 Ibs. 25c Coffee, Cup Saucer, Ib. 25c Raisins, pkg. 10c Marshmallowu, Ib ,, 15o Salad Dressing, full pints .. 19c Mac. or Spaghetti, S Ibs. .. 25c Vanilla, 8 oz. bottle lOc COFFEE, Chase and Sanborn, Ib. 23c Eversweet Oleo, Ib 2Sc White Pop Corn, S Ibs. . . . 25o Yellow Pop Core, 2 Ibs. . . . 25c l5o Salmon, 2 tall cans .. 25c Dates, large pkg. In cello 25o Tana Fish, can 15c Shrimp, per can 15c Red Salmon, per can . . . . lOc Big 4 Naptha, 10 bars ... 25c Nut Meats, 325 Ib.36c Mr. Farmer: Bring us your Eggs. They buy more her*. WASHER, 25« Pkt. lOc Pkt. 20c. BeetSugar 100 Ibs $4.75 Lye, 4 cans 2oc Mop Sticks, good ones . . . lOc Toilet Paper, 4, 5, 6, 7 rolls 25c Onion Leader Tob., Ige. can 6Sc Catsup, large bottle lOc, Tapioca, minute, 2 Ibs 25c Boneless Codfish, 1 Ib. box 23c Milk, 4 large cans 29o Grapefruit, Sizes S. 6 and 9 lor 25c Olives, tall jars 10e Olives, quarts 25c Sweet Pickles, quarts . . . . 25c Dill Pickles, quarts 15c Peanut Butter, jar lOc, 15e, 25c Prunes, Z and 3 Ibs 25c Apricots, quart cans 15c Dried Apricots, per Ib. . . . 19e Crystal White Soap, 5 Bars 18c Prince Albert, l Ib. can . . . 65c Egg Noodles, bag . . . . " . . . . 15c Lima Beans, 3 Ibs 25c Brooms, good ones, 39c, 49c, 59c Pineapple, m cubes, quarts 25c Oranges D ^19c29c35c Tea SUE tings, Ib. pkg. lOc Fancy Green Tea, Ib 25c Fancy Black Tea, Ib. . 35c FLOUR Oma Flour, 49 Ibs $1.69 Tru Blu, 49 Ibs $1-95 Sunbeam Flour, 48 Ibs. . $1-89 White Flour, 5 Ib. sack . . . 28c Whole Wheat,' 5 Ibs 28o Graham, 5 Ib. sack . . . . . . . 28c Whole Wheat, 10 Ib. sack.. 48c Corn Meal, 5 Ib. sack 19c Crushed Wheat, 5 Ib. sack 29c DeGraw's Buckwheat, 5 Ibs. 25c DeGraw's Buckwh't, 10 Ibs. 45c Crackers, £* 15c, 19c EAT MOBE VEGETABLES Vegetables Peas,. 5 cans 25c lOo Corn, Peas, 3 cans 25c Sweet Potatoes, quart cans 15c lOc Pumpkin, 3 cans 25c Head .Lettuce 5c and lOc Celery, large lac Green Beans, 3 cans 2Sc Onions, 7 Ibs 35c Asparagus, Igc; 2 cans . . . S5c Canadian Rutabagas, S Ibs. lOc Tomato Juice, 3 giant cans 25c Baked Beans, 5 cans 25c Baked Beans, S giant cans 23c D. M. Milk Hominy, can .. 14c Tomatoes, qt. cans, per can 15c Carrots or Spaghetti, 5 cans 25c Cut Beets, quart cans . . . . IOC Tomato Soup, 5 cans 25c 15c Spinach, 2 cans 25c Carrots, 8 Ibs lOo Llbby's Fancy Beets, can .. lOc Lima Beans, large cans .. lOc Spaghetti, large cans lOc Saner Kraut, quarts, 3 for 25c Hominy, quart cans lOc Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, can lOc 15c Corn, Peas, 2 cans .. 25c Jumbo Peas, delicious 18c BUTTER-NUT COFFEE PER LB. C A N . . 29c 2 LB. CAN . . 57c SO E. State St. Phones 112-113 512 First St. S. W. Phone 114 Cut Rate Grocery j BOY CONFESSES KILLING AUTHOR Shot Magazine Writer Who Witnessed Weird Rites of "Penitentes." ALBUQUERQUE, N. Hex.--(/Pi-Modesto TrujUIo, 16 year old Spanish-American youth, confessed Thursday, Sheriff Ross Salazar said, that he killed Carl Taylor, vagabond magazine writer, in his lonely mountain cabin near here Wednesday night. The boy, who led officers to the body Wednesday night with the dec- aration Taylor had been shot by ;wo masked assailants, admitted, Salazar said, that he fired the fatal shots himself and robbed the dying writer of an undetermined amount of money. Previously, officials had considered the possibility that Taylor, one of the few uninitiates ever to witness the wierd rites of the "Peni- :entes," fanatic southwestern Indian religious cult, might have been slain for prying into the secrets of the cult. The 30 year old writer had just finished -a manuscript of his latest article, purporting to disclose the self torture practices of the Peni rentes. Trujillo broke down after long hours of questioning when officers :onfronted him with a small rifle, When Bladder Weakness WAKES YOU UP? MflJc* this 25c test. Remove the cause. Use buchu leaves, juniper oil. etc., to flush out excess acids and Impurities which cause Irritation that results In restless nights. jurnlnR, scanty How, frequent desire, or backache. Ask for little green tablets called Bukets, the bladder lax. They work on the jladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. In four days It not pleased any dnisslst will refund your 25c. Michael Drug Co., Huxtable DniR Store. E G G S We are paying 22c a Dozen in Trade for good eggs. SAVE 10% to 30% on your Groceries. MORRIS FOOD STORE 221 6th Street Southwest found in a trash pile near Taylor' cabin. Trujillo first admitted ownershi of the gun and then made a fu confession, the sheriff said" Officers immediately accompan ied the youth to the site of th cabin, near a colony of Penitentes to find the place where Trujillo sal he had hidden the money. Fred Clark House at Nora Springs Damaged by Flames; Loss $50C NORA SRRINGS-- Fire shortly before noon Thursday badly damaged the Fred Clark house, wes! of the river. It was believed that the flames originated when the chimney was burning out, setting fire to the rafters. ng out, Part of the roof was destroyed and the blaze entered some of the partitions, with an estimated loss of between $500 and ?600, covered by insurance Household goods were removed Ezra Haggj' owns the house. The fire department was called and soon had the blaze under control. Mr. Clark was county supervisor up to Jan. 1. All Gmndy Center Coal Dealers Out GRUNDY CENTER--UP) -- This county seat town, was entirely out of coal Thursday. The last ton was sold Wednesday night. There are three dealers here. Two of them have been out of coal for five days. Advices indicated there were several cars of coal, billed to rundy Center, on track at Cedar Rapids. But they have been there since last Saturday. The schools, city and public utilities have sufficient coal on hand. Many citizens, however, are huddling around kerosene stoves today, loping the fuel supply, exhausted by ;he heavy drain due to long continued subzero temperatures, will be ·eplenished before tonight. Win in Declam Contest. ARMSTRONG--Winners of the : inal home declamatory contest are: Dramatic, first, Jeanne Laurence; second, Elaine Locker; humorous, 'irst, Dorothy Bundy; second Eldora Palmer. The McKinley Community center, scheduled for Friday evening, will not meet. Programs will be resumed as soon as the weather moderates. and FINEST 'GROCERIES Whether you're buying a roast for Sunday dinner--or hamburger for two on Monday, you'll find that the quality of all the meat we sell is the very highest--our service the finest, and our prices the lowest! NOTICE--Our Phone Number Has Been Changed to 6(8 FOLGER'S COFFEE . ZjC 2 Pounds FOLGERS Pound TRY OUR HOME MADE MINCE MEAT THRAVES FOOD MARKET Corner 4th and North Federal Ave. Phone 668 FREE DELIVERY . E. Enabnit Purchases Local WNAX Station Former Mason Cityan to Manage Territory of Three Counties. E. G. Enabnit, 912 Fifteenth Place northeast, has purchased the WNAX oil station, 710 South Federal avenue, and tie bulk plant, also located on trackage here, and will take over the operation of the station soon. Mr. Enabnit recently returned to Mason City from Rochester, Minn He was formerly a resident of Mason City and has spent most of his life in Cerro .Gordo county, having graduated from the Swaledale high school, attended Hamilton's business college at Mason City, and the Mason City junior college in 1921. For six years he was employed at the Ray Prusia clothing store and for the past 10 years has been residing in Minnesota, three years of which he owned and operated a depart--Photo by Lock ment store at Grand Meadow. E. G. ENABNIT The local tullc plant w ; n guppij * about three counties in this territory, according to Mr. Enabnit Cerro Gordo. Worth and % ol Franklin county. Stations are located at Northwood, Mason City anc Sheffield. Truck service to farm: will also be operated out of Mason City. Mr. Enabnit is a member of the Masons and the Church of Christ He was married to Miss Clarice Tank of Mason City and they havs five children. Mr. Enabnit's hobby is hunting and fishing. He was the original scoutmaster of troop 12. when Joe Underwood was scout executive here. GROCERS MEATS,FRUITS,VEGETABLES 1d-lHD ST.N.E. PHONES 42 44 fiffff/fBIff. W£ D£L/V£ff ORANGES Medium Sixe, Dozen GRAPEFRUIT 25c Valentine Candy Vi Ib. Chocolafes in Heart Shape Box SPECIAL POWDERED SUGAR CALUMET BAKING POWDER WE SELL MRS. ROGERS' HOME-BAKED GOODS AND MRS. OSBORN'S HOME-MADE BREAD Inspect Our Store -- and Open An Account Today! SENDS APOLOGY TO ROOSEVELT Liquor Firm Officials Hac Not Noticed Ad Looked Like President. NEW YORK--liPl--H. I. Peffer, president of the Seagrams-Distillers corporation, said Thursday he had sent a letter of apology to President Roosevelt for publication of an advertisement containing a picture of a man some readers mistook for :he chief executive. None of the company officials, he said, had noticed the resemblance until letters and telephone calls were received after the advertisements appeared Tuesday in 100 daily newspapers. David M. Davies, advertising manager, said the advertisement was canceled immediately in 400 newspapers in which it was to ap- ear later in the week. Davies said in the original photo- raph two men are shown, reclin- ag:, with liquor glasses in hand, under a palm tree at the water's edge, with a yacht in the back- ·ound. The softening- tones of the engraving so changed the appearance f one of the models, attired in a ight suit, touched off by a panama lat, and wearing glasses, tbat some newspaper readers thought it was a picture of the president. Davies said the model (Thaddeus Packard) had been used in previous advertisements "and there had been no suggestion that he · looked like. Mr. Roosevelt. Coal Hauled 26 Miles in Order t o Keep West Union Schools Running WEST UNION--The West Union public schools are being kept open by means of trucking stoker coal here from Oelwein, 26 miles. Practically all local roads in Fayette county are blocked and rural carriers are making only small parts of their routes. Estherville Will Seek to Require State to Show More Records ESTtffiRVTLL,E--C3V-The city of Estherville will seek to require the attorney general and state auditor to produce further records in connection with its opposition to a state auditing claim, City Attorney S. G. Bammer said Thursday. Bammer said records and correspondence received here this week under an order the city obtained from District Judge James Deland are incomplete, lacking affidavits necessary to the city's case. A further court order will be sought, he said. The city is resisting payment of the 'state's claim for the services of two checkers who audited the city's accounts in the summer of 1934. Swea City Again Has No Supplies of Coal SWEA CITY--School was resumed Wednesday having been closed since Monday noon. No side roads are open. There was no mail Tuesday. One hundred tons of coal came in Sunday but by Tuesday morning the entire lot was gone, and the town again faces a coal famine here with no coal in town. Renewed efforts were made by the Dilg league in feeding pheasants. The last cold spell with eight inches of snow Sunday and Monday with blocked highways has made feeding most hazardous. Several Assist Carriers. L.UVERNE--Tie rural letter carriers of Luvem are having a strenuous time delivering the days mails. Arthur Look is being assisted by Charles Wolfe, Howard Barton and Emery Cyen on route 2 while Ray Stone is being assisted by the Rev. V. V. Schuldt and William Thompson on route 1. Win Prl/.es at Cards. GRAFTON--The auxiliary held a monthly card party in the bank basement. In 500 Charles Christians had high score and Mrs. John Bork Jr., had low score. In bridge Mrs. 0. Rosel had high score and 0. Rosel had low score. Meanest Thief Steals Coal From Aged Pair WAPELLO -- ISP) -- The meanest thief has put in an appearance here. With the mercury down in the minus twenties Wednesday, the thief entered the home of an aged and helpless couple, Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Stephens and stole their coal. Mr. Stephens, 87, is blind and his wife, 8", is helpless as a result of a fall last summer in which she suffered a broken hip. Nashua WPA Worker Is Arrested for Theft NEW HAMPTON--Harry Janes, 32, Nashua WPA worker, is in the Chickasaw county jail here. He failed to furnish a bond after being ound over to the next term of dis- ;rict court on a charge of attempting to do great bodily injury. He was arrested at Nashua Wednesday jy Sheriff George C. Murray. Janes s alleged to have followed his wife .o the home of her father, Robert Frisby, and threatened her with, a oaded shotgun. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble may be brewing: and you cannot afford to take a chance with, anything less than Creomul- sion, which.' goes right to the .seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened and. expelled. Even if other remedies hava failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist is authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money if you are not satisfied with results from the very first bottle. Get Creomulsion right now. (AdvJ OLSON ACCUSES OLD 6,0, P. RIVAL Says Gilbert Incited Mrs. Liggett to Attack Him in Husband's Death. ROCHESTER, Minn.--UP)--Gov. Floyd B. Olson Thursday named A. B. Gilbert of Mound, former republican candidate for governor, as one of the men who incited Mrs. Walter W. Liggett to attack him in connection with the killing of her husband. Testifying as a state witness in the trial of Isadore Blumenfeld, (Kid Cann) for the machine gun slaying of Liggett, the publisher's widow asserted her husband would not have been killed "unless Governor Olson's gang ordered it or permitted it." "So Gilbert wants me to name them, does he?" asked the governor today. Gilbert yesterday issued a statement in which he, like Mrs. Ask Tour Grocer for a LITTLE PELTON and get a REAL BROOM Known many years · belnjr the bent Liggett, challenged the chief executive to name those the governor asserted had incited Mrs. Liggett's testimony. A. B. GILBERT DENIES GOV. OLSON'S CHARGE MOUND, Minn.--(.!)--A. B. Gilbert, named by Gov. Floyd B. Olson as one of the men who incited Mrs. Walter W. Liggett to make statements reflecting on him, denied the charge. Gilbert, once candidate for governor, said Mrs. Liggett "already had the idea before I possibly could have had anything to do with it." Belief Cases Increase. MARSHALLTOWN--(ff) -- Cases on direct relief in Marshall county increased from 514 on Jan. 1 to 571 on Feb. 1 according to the report of ' the relief office Thursday. New applications accepted in January to- talled 187. WPA employment during January increased by 93. COUCH If} LOZENGES I \Jc OF MINNESOTA mtt, w MoepENoew GROCERS IK MASOH CITY AND SURROUNDING TERRITORY SAVE COUPONS FOR F R E E i A L U M I N U M HOW I WAS You see, my husband is fussy about coffee, and so am I... but we have a budget. So we kept on trying one coffee after another, and being disappointed each time. Of course we know that Hills Bros. Coffee is the best, but we thought it too expensive. Then John's mother came down for a week-end, and I wanted .to prove that her daughter-in-law was really a'good cook. So I bought a can of Hills Bros.... and would you believe it! It cost practically the same as the coffees we'd been trying but it tasted so much better! Well, Hills Bros. Coffee is part of the family now -- and we didn't have to revise the budget, either! Tessic takes a chance- AND DISCOVERS AN AMAZING- NSW *NO-SCRU" REALLY SAFE NONSENSE-you BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU READ THOSE 'NO-SCRUB* 6RAN- UWTED SOAPS flREHflRSH --THEY FADE THINGS ANO'EAT UP 1 THE CLOTHES I =*, ALMOST A MIRACLE OH AUNTIE, HERE IT SAY5 THE IVORY i« SILLV-BUT IF YOU'RE SURE IT'S SAFE AND MILD, I'LL TAKE IT. HOW SUCH AMILP SOAP AS OXYDOL CAN SOAK CLOTHES WHITE SO FAST! SO TOUVF DISCOVERED DEVELOPED A NEW SAFE *NO:SCRUE m SOAP-AND IT WASHES IN IS MINUTES' SOAKING YOU'LL THOSE CLOTHES IS MINUTES LATER OFCOURSE ITS SAFE! 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(2) Gets clothes 4 to 5 shades whiter than other soaps, by scientific Tintometer tests. (3) So safe and mild that every washable color stays brilliant, fresh. And hands keep soft and lovely. Get OXYDOL from your dealer today. . luted And Approved B Cwd Houekeeplng Institute o $ A JT rf^" r \

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