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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6 1936 FIFTEEN Emmetsburg Train and Mail Service Delayed JBMMETSBUKG--With (lie mercury registering 30 degrees below zero here Wednesday morning-, train mid mail service was temporarily hailed, with northbound Rock Island trains canceling their local schedule and Milwaukee trains hours behind their usual time of arrival. Buses, which failed to reach Emmetsburg earlier in the week, resumed routes Wednesday although the highways were reported as only passable. A Milwaukee ynowpjow was stalled near Whittcmoic, \ic- laying the passenger train again, and a meat "special." hampered by drifts near Whittemore. held up the Milwaukee trains outbound from Emmetsburg for Chicago. FLOUR SALE R GROCER FLOUR 99c Â§ * Â« 24!/ 2 Ib. bag 49 Ib. bag Our biggest seller -- unconditionally guaranteed. Every year Rite-Way Stores have sold more and more of this high grade flour. Last year over 15 million pounds were sold. That's proof that R Grocer Flour must satisfy. FRIDAY and SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7th and 8th Pancake Flour . . 3 i g " 19c Jack Sprat . . . self rising 2--1 Ib. pkgs. Mrs. Tucker's Shortening 35c (Pure vegetable oils) Cocoa, Mayflower *,Â£Â· 15c . . . body builder beverage Cocoanut . . . . pl TM lOc Jack Sprat . . . long, tasty shreds Oats 25c FREE Platonite Dinnerware in every package PEACHES 46 Mayflower Slices or Halves No. 10 can Brown Beauty Beans . lOc Mexican style . . in chili gravy NO. soo can Chili Con carne 10 1 M lOc Jack Sprat . . . . Lively flavor Tomato Soup . . JL 15c Jack Sprat . . . . thick, rich texture Asparagus Tips ^ 25c Jack Sprat Sweet Potatoes SI ,^L 15c .lack Sprat . . . . enticing flavor 19c Apple Butter Jack Spra Pickles Shrimp No. 1 can Jack S p r a t . . . . wet or dry !CflLUlEI18 Sugar Corn -- Country : Gentleman Corn --Cut i Refugee or Wax Beans } Your j No. 2 , Choice Â«5 Cans Ail Jack Sprat . . . . Take your choice J9 oz. | C jar I J C Jack Sprat . . . . fresh and flavorsome 1C oz. 1 Q- jar ' '*Â· Jack S p r a t . . . . 2 tier whole sweets Wheat Cereal . *Â·* 15c Jack Sprat . . . . energizing Salmon . . . '^f' 25c Mayflower . . . . fancy pink meat Prunes . . . . ,,?Â«. 2 5 c 50 or 60 Santa Claras to the pound Peanut Butter . z ]Â°*' 25c Jack Sprat .... made from No. 1 nuts BRKiHG 111DER acti Â° n 1 Ib. can 20 Princess Chocolates Assorted flavors i. Ib. Grape Jam . . Jack Sprat 19c 15c Jack Sprat CORN MEAL Yellow or White Sib. tf f* Sack Chocolate Cream Coffee . . . Â£ 31e Fresh--because it's Vacuum packed Apples, Ex. Fancy Idaho Winesaps . . . . Lb. 5c Grapefruit, 80 size, Texas Marsh Seedless, 6 for 37c Oranges, 176 size, Gal. Nave's 6 f o r l 7 c Cabbage, New Lb. 5c JtiT-E-WiW -FOPO HORSE SHOE GROCERY, 219 N. Federal Phone 209 A. W. KITTO, 402 Seventh St. S, E. Phone 754 THOMPSON-DEAN CO., 121 North Federal - - - Phone 217 BARRETT BROS. CO., 20 Second Street N. E. - - - Phone 43 CARL GRUPP, 1339 North Federal Phone 420 W. S. LAWRENCE, 402 Twelfth Street N. W. - - - Phone 2137 S. P. SHAPIRO, 523 North Pennsylvania Phone 2187 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY FOOD STORE, 616 S. Federal - Phone 1800 WILLSON GROCERY, 404 Fifteenth Street N. W. - Phone 241 CHICAGO MEAT ond GROCERY, 626 S. Jackson - Phone 996 MITCHELL COURT JURORS CHOSEN Judge Kepler to Convene at Term at Osage Opening on Feb. 25. OSAGE--Grand jurors chosen for the 1936 term called for Feb. 18 are T. W. Jackson, John Meyers, Louis Weinberger, S. A. Ammon, all of Osage; A. R. Stokes, Mitchell; Albert Bruggeman and A. C. Bartz, St. Ansgar; Andrew Maxwell, Riceville; Ralph Ramsay, Otranto: Albert Theobald, Stacyvillc; Walter Fox, Orchard and E. F. Grace. Mc- Intirc. The following petit jurors have been drawn for the February term of court which convenes Feb. i'u with Judge M. M. Kepler of Northwood presiding 1 : Ralph Wilkcs. Riccville: Walter Moe. St. Ansgar; Tom Theobald, Stacyvillc: Leah Sharp, Bailey; Hugh Stuckcy. Stacyville; T. W. Miller, St. Ansgar; Clint Garrison. Osage; Jay Jones, Mitchell; Flora Danforth, Osage' Carl Nelson, Osage; Harry Brown, St. Ansgar; Lester Willey, Osage; A. D. White, Osage; Elmer Eidness, Osage; Susan Carson, Osage; Fred Brockney, Elma; Merrill Hiner, Osage; Ruth Young, St. Ansgar; Waldo Wold, St. Ansgar; Mike Heimermann, Stacyvilie: Clarence Schoenborn, Osage; Z. L. Duncan. Osage; Jake Steffen, Riccville; Nell Brunner, Osage; Alton Markham, Osage; Una Hilton. Osage; Henry A. Dynes. Riceville; Merle Smith, Osage; Elmer Mosher, Riceville and Joe Crumpton, St. Ansgar. Iowa District Court Judges Will Meet DBS MO1NES--(.'IV--Judge J. P. Gaffney of Williamsburg announced the annuiil convention of Iowa District Court Judges association will be held here Friday and Saturday. 400 Will Attend. WAVERLY--(UP)--More i-ian Â·100 members of rural and town school board.*.- in Brcmer county are expected to be presented next Saturday afternoon when Miss Jessie M. Parker, state inspector of rural schools, delivers an address here. Her topic will be "How We Can Better Our Sr',-."f.'-." CHEESE MARKET We are now cutting excellent flavor Cheddars, Ib Our Own Daisies, Il. Krcsh Italian iiaR". Ib. . . . Holland Gouda, H .29c 45c 50c Another Shipment French Brie, Hi. .. . Borgcnthalcr, cc r Fancy Swiss, II). . . . . . . vJV. I~ 35c ___ 21c 16ic German Brick, Soft Texture, 11). Kenj'tin's Colby Longhorn, Ui. .. Unbrandcd Longhorn, Hi. . Bring your container Tor rich heavy Buttermilk, gallon JOc. WHOLESALE RETAIL Look for the churn in the window. Same Prices Mason City anil Clear Lake FEDERAL PACKING CO. Phone 746 We Deliver $1 Orders 213 N. Fed. Ave. STEAK ROUND SIRLOIN Â· Ib. ISc BUTTER, Clover Bloom, Ib. Pork CUTLETS, Ib Fresh SIDE PORK, Ib.. . PORK CHOPS, End Cuts, Ib.. . 20c 20C Cream or Brick CHEESE, Ib. ISc BEEF ROAST, Goad, Ib.. . . Decker's WIENERS, Ib.. 16c VEAL STEAK, pound FRESH FISH OF ALL KINDS BARBECUE RIBS DON'T YA WISH Y'HAD SOME? -- they're both "hounds" for Vitamin D Bread W J ; i E X a f e l b : ? got a pal. he divvies up on a ^ood thm;z. And Vitcx Vitamin D Bread is just that! Crunchy golden brown crust . . . soft, creamy insidcs. Then butter . . . maybe a dab of jelly--man! how dee-Iicious. No wonder there's a raid on the bread drawer every afternoon. Mother knows there's fresh food .energy in carl) m o u i h f u l . Food energy -- and minfthinrj wore. Vitamin D. The vitamin t h a t N a t u r e needs to help in the work of building straight bones and tall, well-formed bodies. Let your child find Vitcx Vitamin D Bread in the drawer. Give him a double portion before hs goes out to meet the caner. VITAMIN D IS BETTER BREAD Sterling Groceries land Meat Markets No. 1 - No. 2 - No. 3 - No. 4 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY Right to Limit We Deliver $1.00 Orders MEAT DEPARTMENT Our volume goes up in meats--just two reasons--quality and low prices. Fancy Veal Chops, Ib 18c Round Veal Steak, Ib 20c Veal Roasts, Ib 16c Veal Stew, Ib lie Sugar Cured Bacon Squares, pound 20c Beef Short Ribs, Ib lOc Beef Chuck Roast, Ib 16c Sirloin Steak, Ib 17c Small T-Bone Steaks, Ib 17c Round Steak, fb 19c CHICKENS --OYSTERS SENATOR ELTHON'S OLIVIZED DILL PICKLES Something New -- Made at Fertile, Iowa The senator has crossed an olive with a pickle and produced an olivizcd dill pickle which stands to revolutionize the pickle industry. You will wont to try them. Small Jar lOc; Large Jar 22c; Giant Jar 29c; Bulk, 2 for 5c FRUIT DEPARTMENT Head Lettuce, Solid Heads 5c Grapefruit, 7 for 25c Tangerines, 2 dozen 25c Winesap Apples, 4 Ibs 25c Celery, large sfalks 1 5c Potatoes, peck 25c Ben Davis Apples, bushel $1.29 Oranges, Small Size, dozen lOc Oranges, Large, dorcn 29c New Cabbage, Ib 5c Idaho Russetts, U. S. No. 1, bag 39c Grapefruit, Giant Size, each 5c Potatoes, 100 Ibs $1-45 Winesap Apples, bushel $1.69 Nut Meats, Fresh, Ib.. . . Black Walnut Meats, Ib. 39c 1 Pecan Meats, Fresh, Ib 39c 49c Â§ 3 pounds for $1.05 Libby's Kraut, 2Vz can . . Tomatoes, 3 cans Sweet Corn, 3 cans Pineapple, 2 } /2 can Milk, Tall Cans, 4 cans. lOc I Libby's Dill Pickles, Ige. jar 15e 25c I Libby's Olives, large j a r . . . 25c 25c i Peanut Butter, large j a r . . . 25c 19c I Sweet Pickles, quarts 25c 29c I Oval Sardines, 3 cans 25c OVALTINE, Large Can . I 1 LARGE DREFT, 1 SMALL DREFT, all for. Let's Go Modern -- The E. R. A. With the roads full of snow and impassable in some places, I would suggest the E. R. A. (Electric Roads Association). We can put electric coils under all the highways, then just push the button, as Henry Ford would say. Presto, the snow will be gone. With the electric coils under all highways you could connect all farm houses with electricity. Harness the tides of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans to furnish the power. From a political angle, you could have a bureau in every township--what a chance for the politicians. Remember, they laughed at the steamboat, automobile, and airplane. P. S. An Eskimo family postponed their visit to Mason City because of the cold weather. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. No Deliveries Extra Large Snow Drifts, 3for $1.00? P. AND G. SOAP, Giant Bars, 7 f o r . 2 LARGE IVORY SOAP, 2 MEDIUM IVORY SOAP, All For Molosses, can , . I5c Spaghetti, can lOc Salad Vegetables 15c Tomato Juice, 3 for. . 25c Red Kidney Beans. . . . lOc Diced Beets lOc Spinach 15c Golden Corn 15c Peanut Butter, j a r . ... 29c Ripe Olives, can 25c Yacht Club Tuna. .. ., ISc Mushrooms, can lOc Kraut, can lOc Noodles, pkg I Oc Ketchup, large ! 7c MOTHER'S COCOA, 2-pound can EXCELL CRACKERS, 2-pound caddy Old English Cream Cheese, pkg 20c Van Camp's Pork and Beans 5c Lazy Man's Cleaner, pkg 1 5c Brooms, Good 49c Macaroni, pkg 5c Spaghetti, pkg 5c Pancake Flour, 5 Ibs.. . 25c Monarch Gelatine 5c Wheat-Oata, pkg lOc Monarch Pineapple Lady Fingers, c a n . , 25c Oxydol, giant pkg 59c Soap Chips, giant pkg. 35c Kirk's Hardwater Soap 5c LARGE NO. 10 CAN RED PITTED CHERRIES. SUGAR, BEET, 100 POUNDS . Folger's Coffee, !b. c a n . . . . 29c Nash Coffee, Ib. can 29c Butter-Nut Coffee, Ib. can 29c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, pound 19c Maxwell House Coffee, Ib. 29c Chase 6" Sanborn Coffee, Ib. 25c Chocolate Cream Coffee, Ib. 29c Bliss Coffee, Ib 23c Atwood's Coffee, 3 !bs 75c Castie Tea, pkg I7c Â©xydol, large pkg. . 19c | Matches, 6 Ige. boxes 17e Seal of Minnesota Flour, 49 Ibs.. .. SI.98 Omar Flour, 49 Ibs $1.99 National Seal, 49 Ibs $1.69 Hubbard's Egg Mash, 300 Ibs $2.60 Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs 69c Mother Hubbard Flour, 49 Ibs SI.98 Jersey Cream Flour, 49 Ibs $1.49 Gold Medal Flour, 49 Ibs $2.23 Hubbard's Concentrate, 100 Ibs $2.95 Stock Salt, 100 Ibs 69c MR. FARMER: BRING US YOUR EGGS--CASH OR TRADE--ANY OF THE 4 STORES.