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TWELVE Mason City's Calendar MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 26 ·· 1934 Feb. 28--First concert of season oy · Civic orchestra to high school auditorium under the auspices of the Civic Music association. March 3--Monthly meeting of the U. C, T. and auxiliary at the P. G. and E. auditorium with 6:30 sup. per. March 13--Mason City school election. Here in Mason City · -- : ----- .. rjc/rmuAtti 20 BH l»d4 TWO CONFESS TO WHOLESALE STEALINCTOF OATS 'Comical Country Cousin' to Be Given on Thursday T · » T 1 n Loans on salary and furniture. See Mrs. Simon, 321 1st Natl. BIdg Nathan B. Riley, former Mason City resident who has made hia home in the east during the last five years, is recuperating from a recent illness at the home of hia J parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Riley, '· 409 Thirteenth street southeast. Farmers--Frozen and pfckeled fish of all kinds. E. B. Higley Co. Oscar O'Green, city carrier, has been ill since Friday at hia home at 740 Fourth street southwest. Good clean coal at $7.00. Allison Coal. Ph. 431. . County Agent Marion E. Olson was in Ames Monday at a meeting held for the purpose of discussing formulation of plans to bring beef production under the agricultural adjustment act. Attention! Teamsters and Chauffeurs, also outside salesmen driving company cars. An open meet- Ing at Eagles hall Tues. night, 8 o'clock. I^ght lunch after meeting. Jack Neighbor was on the program of the Pioneer club Monday night in the Y. M. C. A., speaking on the .life of Daniel Boone. Mr, and airs. Gay C. BLuckmore, 1034 Third street southwest, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mellem, 415 First street southeast, spent the week-end in Minneapolis. William J. Sullivan, supremo secretary of the U. C. T. of Columbus Ohio, died Feb. 20, according to Word received by Frank B. Balkam, 919 North Federal avenue, Saturday. The Installation of officers will be held at the regular monthly meeting of the U. C. T. Saturday evening. March 3. Mrs. A. L. Laughlin will be the new senior counsellor for the auxiliary and A. ; L. Schmidt will be installed in the same office for the U. C. T. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Portland W. C. T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs. W. H. Davidson Thursday afternoon. , Note to the news reel people JPrais.mg 1 Roosevelt Isn't news, it's ·en··' epidemic.--Ketvanee star-Courier. ' ' Production Under Sponsorship of Christian Workers Society. The humorous play, "Comical Country Cousin," with C. K. Kinney playing the leading role as Aunt Ophelia, is to be presented in the auditorium of the Roosevelt school Thursday evening at 8 p. m, The play is sponsored by division one, Christian Workers society of the Church of Christ. Elsie Morehouse is the director. Others in the cast are ilrs. Ethel Weichart in the role of Cousin Sukey, Mrs. H. Farcer as Cousin Mollie, Mildred Hines as Cousin Delia, Madge Cordle as Cousin Sarah, Mrs. M. Buckland as Cousin Jane, Mrs. R. Til ton as Cousin Cecilia, Ruth Kinney as Cousin Samanthy, Mrs. C. Atkinson as Sis Hopkins, Mrs. P. Gottschalk as Cousin Merindy, Mrs. Ed Cordle as Ma'y Jinnic and Betty Koser as Topsy. \ Preceding the play . a musical (Kempton Hall of Marshalitown an comedy number will be presented by Arthur Hayler of Mason City. C. K. KINNEY Robert Clack Winner of National Poetry Contest His Translations of Chinese Classics Gives Him First. PROF. ROBERT W. CLACK Political Announcements Miss Mayme Foley ilASQK OITV, IO»VA Candidate for County Recorder on Democratic Ticket Dr. W. R. Finley MF.SERVEV, IOWA Candidate for County Coroner on Democratic Ticket Leonidas A. Baken 51A SON CITV, IOWA Candidate for County Attorney on Republican Ticket Mrs. Alice R. Phillips CU;A« LAKE, IO\VA Candidate for County Treasurer on Democratic Ticket M.E.PLAYTOBE GIVEN TUESDAY "Centurion's Servant" Will Be Repeated as Part of Lenten Services. "The Centurion's Servant," the pre-Easter play directed by Clarice Paul, which was given at the First Methodist church Sunday evening to a packed house, is to be given again Tuesday evening of this week at 7:30 o'clock. This constitutes part of the Lenten services of the church and will be followed by another service on Wednesday in which the Presbyterian and Congregational churches will unite with the Rev. K. Davics bringing the message. Ralph Cox as the cunning ruler of the synagog did* a remarkable piece of work. Dr. R. c. Messer and Marian George handled the difficult leading parts of the Centurion and his wife In a fine way. Mrs. Meeser as the sweet Joanna was a decided contrast to the haughty Drusllla, but both equally we)' done. Dr. Davidson with the air of a gray beard and black garment was a perfect Greek physician, Hermas. Gyas, ths servant around whom the entire play centered, handled his part in a remarkable way. The play was opened by the appearance of the two soldiers. Gaius (Garrolld Gaffneyl find Marcellus {Galen Gooder) and they gave the play the proper start off with the aid of the little servant girl, Tirzah, played by Edna Cut- lOR FAIRNESS OF PRICE AND UTMOST IN SERVICE · · · · GOLDEN RULE RECOMMENDS TOTHE PEOPLE OF THIS · · COMMUNITY · · · MEYERFUNER41HOME JolinH.Mtyer OliverH.Meyer 243 5!«1ST,S.E. PHONE I5O5 ler. New Background Used The new background of interchangeable panels, which was used for the first time, acted as a sounding board 30 that all the characters could be easily heard all over the auditorium. Mr. Little, as head elccti-ician, End Glenn Gilbert as stage manager, assisted by others had so perfected the stage and the lighting that everything appeared decidedly relistic even to the flickering of the electric candles and the colored lights that played upon the running water In the fountain throughout '·he entire nerformance. Prolog Given Fair, not so cold in west and north centra! portions Monday night; Tuesday fair with rising temperatures. Kentucky Nut Coal, ion $7.00 W. G. BLOCK CO. PHOXE 563 . Mrs. Bertha Patchen gave a musical prolog of appropriate music GO PLACES You'll Go Places in STYLE and COMFORT . . . if your feet go willingly, and they will in ... STETSON SHOES FOOT SAVER SHOES DICKERSON SHOES SELBV SHOES Get them tomorrow at 14 E. State St. IVhere Shoes Are Keally Fitted Prof. Robert Wooa Clack, son o the late Dr. W. R. Clack of Clea Lake, formerly in the foreign ser vice of the Y. AT. C. A. and now head of the mathematics depart ment of Alma college, Alma Mich is the winner of the national poetrj contest sponsored by the Vers Craft magazine. The winning con tribution was a volume of trausla tions of classical Chinese poetry en titled "From Bamboo Glade and Lo tus Pool." This is one of the first attempts which has ever been made to translate Chinese poetry from the original and to publish it. Contributions in this verse contest came from all over the country and were so numerous that announcement of the winner was delayed for over two months. First prize gives the winner complete royalties on 500 copies of the published volume. Professor Clack is well equlppec to translate from tho Chinese. He was in China from 1910 to 1923 spending the first two years there as a mathematics teacher in Chihh Provincial college located at Pao- tingfu, and thereafter he became general secretary of the Paotlngfu Y. M. C. A., under the international committee of Y. M. C. A.'s of New York. -His excellent knowledge of Chinese mada it possible for him to act as unofficial adviser to the Chihli military group in China for a number of years. It was in this connection that he became a friend of Upton Close. He was the first president of the Chinese Amateur Athletic union, serving in this capacity from 1919 to 1921, and during these years he had general charge of the Chinese athletic teams which competed in the Far Eastern Olympic games. Professor Clack was graduated from Grionell college in 1907, received his master's degree from the same institution In the following year. Since 1924 he has been head of the mathematics department of Alma college. D.M ! DONALD,71, SUCCUMBS HERE Retired Farmer Had Lived in Mason City 15 Years. Duncan McDonald, 71, died at his home, 1217 Jefferson avenue northwest, Monday morning. He had been in 111 health for the past two years Mr. McDonald was born nt Fort Huron* Mich., Aug. 31, 1862. He came to Cerro Gordo county 34 years ago and began farming. Since his retirement 15 years ago Mr McDonald has resided in Mason -ity. He was a member of the Masonic lodge and the Presbyterian ciiurch. Surviving Mr. McDonald arc his wife and one sister, Mrs. Burt Mo- Gfnncs, Wtnterset, one brother Finley McDonald, nnd two nephews. Fuaer.-.! r.rrangcments had not uectx completed Monday. The body Is at the Patterson funeral home nnc! Dr. W. H. Spcnce read the bcnpture upon which the story of the play is based. Between acts Esther storer and Maxine Walters "ang "I Gave My Life for Thee.' The Mason City Methodist players have always had na their goal not just an evening of entertainment but a message for the people A chr.rge is never made for their plays as they feel that they want the message to reach all people whether hey can pay or not. A freewill of- ering is taken, however, to help defray tho expenses. Once upon a time a bank's statement showed a man that he had more money thnn his check stubs ndicatcd. But it did him no good. 'ho shock killed him.--Bubiimie Telegraph-Herald. CREAMERY AGENT IS CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT Crime in County Takes on Agricultural Trend. Crime in Cerro Gordo county tool an agricultural turn Monday wher two cases were brought to the at tention of local officers. Victor C. Anderson, agent for th Rockwell Co-Operativc creamery was arrested Monday on a charg of embezzlement, in which it wa stated that he unlawfully convertei 5972 of the creamery property t his own use without the consent o the owners. The series of acts by which this was accomplished extended from April l, 1633, until Feb. 26, 1934 according to the information which was filed by Hugh Smith, farmer residing near Rockwell. Under $1,000 Bond. The preliminary hearing has been set for March 26 before M. C Coughlon, Justice of the peace. Mr Anderson furnished 51,000 appearance bond. Warren P. Grosser, 634y 2 Van Buren avenue, and'Clarence Monflt Mason City, confessed to a filer oj oats that crashed when they stole a load of oats from the farm o; Judge M. H. Kepler at Northwood They were arrested Saturday by Sheriff J. M. Robertson and loca police. Grosser waived preliminary hearing before John C. Shipley, police judge, Monday morning, and was held to the grand jury. His bone was fixed at $300. Later both made a full confession, the sheriff stated Judge Misses Oats. The pair admitted stealing several loads of oats from various farms and selling them to the Cerro Gordo Farmers and the Ventura elevators Besides taking oats from the Judge Kepler farm, they took grain from the Sturgess farm south of Mason lity. By way of nn anticlimax, Grosser was arraigned before Justice of Peace Coughlon later in the morn- ng and sentenced to 15 days in ail on a charge of larceny of personal property valued at less than '.20. This case had been pending about two weeks. The information was lied by J. C. Dickinson, driver for the Mid-Continent Petroleum com- mny, who stated that on Jan. 25, Grosser obtained 50 gallons of gaso- ine from him by trick. Tricks Driver. Grosser, it was alleged ordered Jie gasoline emptied into a barrel in ]Js garage and as soon as the bar- el was filled closed and locked the oor. Mr. Dickinson stated that Grosser failed to pay him for the asoline, which was to have been elivered on a cash basis. Steve Pantazes, manager of the efferson hotel, waived preliminary earing before John C. Shipley, j*o- ce judge, Monday morning, and vas held to the grand jury under 300 bond on a charge of boot- egging. Pantazeg was arrested Saturday iffht at 224i.:. South Federal ave- ue. B. A. Noonan, Britt, forfeited a 10 bond. He was arrested in the 00 block on Second street south- vest early Sunday morning and harged with intoxication. Roy Allen, Mason City, was fined 10 and costs on a charge of oper- tlng a truck without a chauffer's cense. Movies on Europe Are Shown at Gathering of Rotarians by Davies Moving pictures of various places e visited while on tour In Europe aat summer were shown Monday oon by the Rev. George K. Davies t the meeting of the Rotary club, ncluded In these pictures were riewa of buildings of antiquity in lome, scenes In the Alps and his- .orlcal sights in England. O. 1C. torre of Kensett, president of the owa State brand creameries, \vas guest. VIrs. Marian of lo n a Dies at New Hampton NASHUA, Feb. 20--Mrs. Frank it r l a v, n ,^ f J° n ! R ' 32 ' formerly Misa izabcth Yonker of Nashua, died uddcnly at the New Hampton hos- itai Sunday afternoon of a clot r blood on tho brain. A daughter vag born to her Wednesday. Sha is H17, d hy hel " '"isband and three hildren, Francis, S; Jerome, 2, and he baby. The latest monetary development Is that we are on the gold tondard again and would not have mown it had we not been told.-Troy Record. L. A. Baken Candidate for County Attorney First Republican on ~ County Ticket to Enter Race. Leonidas A. Baken, Mason City attorney, Monday announced that he would be a candidate for the republican nomination for county attorney of Cerro Gordo county. He was the first candidate in the field on the county republican ticket. Mr. Baken was born in Kensett and received his elementary education in the Kensett public schools transferring to Cedar Rapida high school from which he was graduated in 1922. He obtained his pre- law training at COB college, where he received his bachelor of science degree in 1925, taking the complete tour year course in three years. After serving as principal and superintendent in the public schools of Iowa for six years, he entered Drake university law school from which he received his LL. B. degree. Mr. Baken is a member of the Edgar A. Guest club, the Junior tEONIDAS A. BAKEN Chamber of Commerce and the Cerro Gordo Bar association. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Oulck Relief, or Vou Only Pay wh e ,, Sonified. if you suffer from High niood prttaure. l !!SS. 7.TW5 £; JSSv C S «£,? Jus. 11 your htart poundi anl you » paralytic .ilroke, tr demonsUU Dr. nica prescription we will «tnd you twat- w , . White It !,, non-:peclfio. any caiea reported remarkably Quick r». t f . often tymptoim diminish and normal «p return, within 3 day,. Contains, no Us. physics, oplaten or dope, safe with % n %F N 0 TM l f f a UNLESS OREAT- .prtoVED. Then send si. ][ not ira- ovea your report cancclu charge. Writ* nayeB Aja'n, 3313 Coatw, Kansas STERN MEASURES TO CURB GRIME URGED BY DIBBLE Capital Punishment Justified to Battle Kidnapers, Pastor Maintains. Stern measures were urged Sun day forenoon by Dr. W. L. Dibble pastor of the First Congregatlona church, as a means of putting down ;ne wave of lawlessness which, he laid, has brought insecurity to banks, men of even limited wealth and girls of high school age. "Ten years ago," he said '1 vouldn't even listen to a plea for capital punishment. My mind was set against It. I wouldn't even concede that it was a debatable ques- ion. "I'm admitting to you this morning, however, that I've changed my mind. I'm frank to say that I know of no other way to put down the wave of lawlessness which is sweep- ng- the country. Knows No Other Way. "No bank is secure any more rom thugs who have no hesitancy n shooting their way out. No lowan who has as much as 560,000 is safe rom kidnapers. No high school gir; a Maaon City Is protected against lie brutes who would ravish her. "I realize that taking a life--legal Illing--is an extreme mesure but l now of no other way to deal with ur kidnapers and thugs." Dr. Dibble's subject was "The Re- lity of Discipline," and in his sermon he stressed the Inexorable Ualiticg of God-made and manmade laws. The Rev. O. Mall spoke on "The 'uture Appearing of the Ixird" at t. Jajaes Lutheran church Sunday. Where tho carcaua la there will the agles be gathered together," the peaker said, "is a word of Scrlp- ure. These eagles represent the udgments of God. Those Judgments ame over certain parts of the artb. at the time of the great flood t the time of Sodom and Gomor- ah, seventy years after Christ ver Jerusalem and the Jewish pco- le. "This day of the Lord Is sure to ome. We read of it in Matthew, In . Peter, In 2. Thessalonlans, in oel and other books of the Bible "If we, as God's children, live ccordlng to His holy will the Lord will rescue us on that day. "We know a way of escape from udgment; let us make use of it. If Ve do, the future appearing of the ord will bring no fear but eternal oy." It was announced that the Lenten ervicea on Wednesday evening ·ould be held in the German anguage. Must Look Ahead. "One must look ahead into life's dventure as though he were sall- ng the well-chartered lanes of the ea," stated the Rev. Walter H ampen in his sermon Sundav morning. "Life is well a journey nto the unknown, but an unknown n which one believes. Man cannot ve without faith, because he deals ot only with a past which he may now, and with a present which ho an see, but also with a future in vhlch he must believe. It takes courage to live life and what fosters Is This Too Good for Your Cough? Creomulsion may bo a better help than yon need. It combines seven major helps in one--the best help known to science. It is made for quick relief, for safety. Mild coughs often yield to lesser helps. No one can tall. No one knows which factor will do most for any certain cough. So careful people, more and more, arc using * C 1 -- - - \ i l«»lu 4J1W4 C, til U Creomulsion for any cough starts. that The cost is a little more than a single help. But your druggist guarantees it, so it costs nothing If it fails to bring you quick relief. Coughs are danger signals. For safety's sake, deal with them in the way known.--(adv. courage in one's life is one's faith. Nothing is quite as disastrous to one's life as to lose heart, for in so doing everything is lost. "Our faith must be a sure faith, a complete faith, a searching faith; a faith that wrestles and pleads and if need be a faith that agonizes until it succeeds in Its quest. No merit of my own J plead. Faith alone matters and Is answered. Life shall yield unto you and me 03 we have faith and in whom we place this faith." "Mind" Discussed. "Mind" was the subject of the lesson-sermon in the- Church of Christ, Scientist. The Golden Text was from I Peter 3:8, "Be ye all of one mind, having compassion one of another, love as brethren, be pitiful, be courteous." The lesson-sermon comprised quotations from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scripture" by Mary Baker Kddy One of the Bible citations read: "Fulfill ye my joy, that yc be like- minded, having the same love, being of one accord, of one mind. Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves. Look not every man on hia own things, but every man also on the things of others. Let this mind bo in you, which was also in Christ Jesus' 1 (Phil. 2:2-5). Is Roa! Test. The test of man's real attitude to God conies on Monday morning and the other days of the week as he meets his fellowmen in shop and store and the places of toil, said the Hcv. O. L. N. WIgdahl at the Central Lutheran church. At the Trinity and Calvary churches the Gospel of Mark U.17-29 Termed the basis of a sermon on man's need of a constant fellowship 'n prayer with his Lord and Savior in order that man may retain the spiritual strength to meet the temptations and problems that confront him. The Smithsonian institution reveals that there is 45 trillion dollars' worth of gold in the ocean, but w« don't suppose it will comfort a seasick guy much to know he's roll- Ing in wealth,--Boston Herald. THOMAS MACHINE CO. WE DO ALt KINDS OP MACHINE WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2503 303 2nd a. U'. Mason City, la. This Unusual Offer Expires Sat., March 3rd A $35.00 PLATE FOK $10-95 uirvuiitt an extensive purcnaae 01 materials, we are able to make lh!a cxceii- Uonal oflcr. VULCANITE PLATES ARE STILL TllK BEST A,t«r rnuch e^pcrimtntlng by * dentists no marerjfli haa yet been /ounrf to erjua 1 vulcanite, in plato maklac. Your choice ol MAROON. BKOWN. MCIHT RED, ALL-PINK or GOLD DUST "U ia Mftfe lu save on a Craven Plate.' Visit tho nearest "Craven" ptate shoppe as soon us possible, it will pay you tc BO m any mllei to tattft advantage oi this offer. ONE DA* SERVICE "'rtiven" Plaits are ftotd onlj In CRAVEN'S EXCLUSIVE Plate Shoppes (l.ifellbr Teeth) If Too tfenlre Informnffon about pTa1e--WRITE--Von will b« an- ·wercd by return man. 18 1st St. S. E., M;vson City 020 Grand Ave. 408 Locust St- Oes Moines 117 2nd St. S. E., Cellar Rapids 412 Nebraska'St., Slonx City All Ground Floor Locatloni Nn fhont*--Von no Not .Nef! An Aprxilntnienl BEEF PRODUCERS TO MAP COURSE FOR NEW MOVE Meeting to Be Held at Y. M. Saturday to Formulate Policies. Formulation of plans to bring beef production under the Agricultural adjustment act will be discussed at « meeting of beef feeders and breeders to be held Saturday, March 3, in the local Y. M. C. A. at 1:30 o'clock, J. D. Richardson, county chairman of the corn-hog committee, announced Monday. At this meeting an effort will he made to line up what is believed should be the state policy to get the best returns to farmers interested in this phase of agriculture. At this meeting it is expected that a delegate will be chosen who will represent this county at the state meeting called for March 7 in Des Moines. Last week in Des Moines, more than 100 farmers and beef producers held an informal discussion of the present situation and they felt it was time for Iowa farmers who feed and breed beef animals to begin thinking of their industry. No definite action was taken at the Des Moines meeting beyond issuing a call for the statewide meeting on March 7. Because the state corn-hog committee had a statewide organization, :he beef producers asked Chairman R. M. Evans to use his fiqldmeri to institute the local beef meetings says F. W. Stover, local fieldman. All farmers who raise beef cattle :or breeding purposes or feed cat- Lie should attend the county meet- Ing- and take a part in the discussions. Last year beef cattle production was the largest in the history of the world and with beef at present not a basic ir.Sustry, there !s a Thin Blood? Mrs. Chas. Trafner of ,302 West IDtU St. McCook, N e b r a s k a * said: "I was troubled with indigestion and had no e n e r g y and seemed to be anemic. Dr. Pierce's G o l d e n Medical Discovery rid me of tlie indigestion and appeared ID tone iip my entire iyslexn. I felt ever so much better aJter its use." New size, tablets £0 cts,, liquid $1-00. Inrge lize, tabs, or liquid, $1.35. "Wo Do Out Part." BLUE RIBBON Select ILLINOIS LUMP COAL .50 TOM Consolidated Coal Co. Phone 1176 Complete Speedometer Service Central Battery Electric Company M O R R I S Food Store 221 Sixth St. S. W. WHOLE WHEAT Flour, 51b. Bag... WOODEN SHOE Flour, HI-LO Flour, i 49 ib. Bag ' TRU-BLUE Flour, 49 Ib. Bag PILLSBURY'S Best Flour, 49 lb. Bag BULL DURHAM Per Sack MILK Eagle Brand, Can CHERRIES Large No. 10 i Or Can ft«f We Pay 15c a Dozen in Trade for Eygs possibility of a serious further overproduction which will mean a loss to cattlemen greater than has been experienced in the past unless steps to plan a program are taken. ADAMS DRUG CO. WATCH OUR SEVEN WINDOWS TUESDAY'S SPECIAL BISoDol, 19c, -19c, 79e; Acldlne, 59c; Dr. Edward's Olive Tablets, ISc, 30c, GOc; Nature's Remedy, 19c, 39c 79c; Cystex, 61c, $1.18; Hill's Cascara Quine, 24c; Hill's Nose Drops, 2oc; Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, ?1.09; Tablets, 54c, ?1.09; Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, 51.09, Tablets, 39c, 51.09; Dr. Hayes' Healing Honey Compound, 35c; Adierika, 89c; Resinol, -19c, 89c; Lifebuoy Shaving Cream, 27c, Soap. 2 for 15c; Vick's VapoRub, 23c, Nose Drops, 39c, Cough Drops, lOc; Creomulsion, 99c; Jad Salts, 39c; Peruna, 89c; Zonite, 27c, 43c, 79c; Kolorbak, Clgarets -- Luckles, Chesterfield, Camel, Old Gold, 14c. NOTICE! River and Harbor Workers Skilled and Unskilled Register Before Tues. Eve. at National Re-employment Office ASSEMBLY ROOM COURTHOUSE Cut Rate Grocery PRICES BELOW GOOD AT BOTH STORES FOR TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 30 E. State St.--Phone 112-113 508 1st. St. B. W--Phone 114 Slilk, 4 large 350 Ky-Krisp, new stylo pkg. 15c Vanilla Flavor, 8 oz. bottle 19o lOc Pumpkin, 3 cans... 25o Iflc Sal Soda, 3 pkgs 25c lOc Baking Sotln, S pkgs. 25o Raisins, per pkg........ lOc Hllex, quart bottles 25c Sorghum, per gal 49c lOo Kidney Beans, 4 cans 2Bc --COFFEE-- OUR LEADING SELLERS Hills' Bros. Coftce, lb.. .. Sic Butternut Coffee, per Ib. Slcs Chase mid Sanborn, lb. can 2uc Bliss Coflec, per Ib 25c Peaberry Colfee, best, Ib. 19n Chocolate Cream, lb. can 28c Red Rose, 1 lb. can 25c PHIsbury's PANCAKE *1 FLOUR, 4 H», sacks . . L 1C --FLOUR-Jersey Cream, 49 lb. sk Triumph (none better) 40 lb. sack Sunbeam, 49 lb. sack . . White Flour, 5 lb. sack Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs Graham, 5 Hi. sack Graham, 10 Ib. sack ... Buckwheat, 5 Ibs Buckwheat, 10 Ibs $1.59 §1.7i» .$1.89 . 24c 25c 25c . 45c 45p OYSTER CRACKERS, -i a Z lb. Caddy 15C VEGETABLES Navy Beans, 6 Ibs Corn, 6 cans ........... Corn, 4 cans ......... . . Corn, 2 cans ........... Pens, can .............. 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Sonp, 10 bars 25c Crystal White Soap, 10 bars 2s n Largo Corn Flakes, pkg. 10c Egg Noodles, 5 pkgs. ... 2oc Puro Crisco, 2 Ibs Sac Llinn Benns, 3 Ibs KARL BOSH, Mgr. 508 First Street S. W. c. E. BUSH SO Enst State Street

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