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18 PRAIRIE QUEEN SELF-RISING Pancake Flour BETTER . . . LOWER Than Ever Bag 25c AT YOUR GROCER MANUFACTURED BY Hagerman-Moersch Co. MASON ClT'V* IOWA MARSDEN'S PHONE 2114 Neck Bones, fresh, meaty, Ib. . . . . . . 2V 2 c Roast Beef, tender, Ib 15 C Sirloin, T-Bone Steak, Ib .15c Hamburger, fresh ground, 2 Ibs .25c Rib Boiling, Beef, Ib 7c Roast Veal, Ib .9 C Codfish, choice, boneless, 1 Ib. box .. .24c Lard, pure, Ib. 9c Soap, P. G., 10 bars ' . . . . ~28c I. G. A. Brand FISH White- Mev.t Peaches """" Pumpkin Sauer Kraut i Â« ;,25c f All Bran Cherries Kt ' d Baking Pwd. 16Â£ n 27c I. G. A. MEAT AND GROCERY 1452 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CITY OBSERVES , LINCOLN'S DAY PostofficeOpen; Only Seven Holidays Observed as Legal. a i ra i ny weather "ags flew along the streets of Mason City Thursday in honor of the great president, Abraham Lincoln. Banks and the county courthouse were observing the day but other institutions were running as usual Offices in the. city hall were open . The postofflce did not close because Lincoln's birthday is not one of the seven legal holidays recognized by the department, according^ to local officials. Eabor day is the only holicluy authorized by a special act of congress, but funds to provide for an observance of other days have been provided. __The six other days are New Years, Washington's birthday, Memorial day, Independence day Thanksgiving and Christmas. _ A northeast wind drove a thin mist thru the streets at intervals during the morning. A precipitation of .05 of an inch was recorded in the Globe-Gazette rain gauge. Altho warm for February, the temperature was sufficiently low to keep a coating of ice frozen upon the streets and walks, and traffic was moving cautious^. However no accidents caused by skidding were reported to the police station and the hospital had received no serious cases of persons falling o n the streets. ; City workmen were busy sanding downtown corners. After a while, if this consolidation movement keeps up, a!l business concerns will be either merged or submerged.--Virginian-Pilot. ACCUSED OF HERESY FEBRUARY 12 1931 . Assoclcited Press Photo Dr. Charles E. Dlehl, president of Southwestern college at Memphis, Tenn., who was accused of heresy and maladmin- istration' by 11 Presbyterian pastors. The college board supported Dlehl. Country-City Banquet Is Held in Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 12.--The annual country-city banquet, sponsored by the Eag-le Grove Commercial club, was held Tuesday evening in the dipingr room of the Methodist church. Dinner was served to 265 The program was in charge of W P. Clark, president of the club.- CARL GRUPP FOOD MARKET I'MONE 420 Alt Kinds pound P T T"* ork Loin floast Pork Sh'ld Roast Stews Pot Roast Spare Ribs Hamburger Sausage 1339 jVORTH FEDERAL End Cut, Ib. Pound Tender, End Cuts, Ib. Small Meaty, Ib. Ail Beef, Ib. All Pork, Ib. Lettuce, 3 for I 3c I Celery, large . . . . 1Bo Oysters, qt - 9c | Potatoes, sweet, 4 Ifas. ...-,. These Week-End Specials Are Effective At Our Market --Bowcn and Qnmp, Ruffaln Center, Iowa. "Husband off to work, children off to school, how do you do it?" "Oh that's easy if you serve Shredded Wheat. I just fake the biscuits from the package and serve them with cream, or with hot milk on cold winter days. ' My family never tire of it, and of course that pleases me, because Shredded Wheat is a great body-bui!der. The neces- sary'vitamins and minerals ai "f. there, and so is the bran which is so important to good health." WITH ALL THE BRAN OF THE WHOLE WHEAT NATIONAL B I S C U I T COMPANY"Uneeda Bakers" Johnston Elected President of West Union Country Club WEST UNION, Feb. 12.--The annual meeting- of the Weal Union country club was held Tuesday evening-, the election resulting- as follows: President, E. C. Johnston; vice-president, Leon R. Layton; secretary and treasurer, H. A. Schaefer; directors, W. H. Antes, Dr. L. L. Carr, E. H. Estey, W. H." Burnham.,The club will play this year on a new golf course,' laid out by Bob Eiderton of Waterloo on a 57 acre tract a mile southeast of the city, which has fine natural hazards such as.timber, bluffs, and a creek. Sayre Will Be Speaker. DECORAH, Feb. 12.--Attorney Frank Sayre will be the speaker at the weekly luncheon of the Decorah Chamber of Commerce next Monday. Officers Nominated by Elks at Decorah DECORAH, Feb. 12.--Decorah lodge, B. P. O. Elks, held the annual nomination of officers for the coming year as follows: A..R. Coffeen, exalted ruler; Carl Dwengsten, leading knight; George A. Baker, loyal knight; B. B. Ammundsen, lecturing knight; Nebs Haugen, treasurer; F. M. Hughes and James Hepburn, secretary; Grant Woldum, tylcr; Charles Kornmeyer, trustee. Past Exalted Ruler C..D. Weiser Jr."was elected delegate to the grand lodge meeting at Seattle next Bummer. Charles Altfillisch was elected alternate. Specials for Friday and Saturday BUTTER Fancy Creamery, per Ib. , With each ?3.00 Order 23c Spare Ribs, per Ib .10y 2 c Tangerines, 2 doz 25c Grapefruit, 5 for .25c Crackers, Soda, 2 Ibs .28c Pumpkin, large can ' . . ' . . . ' He Macaroni and Spaghetti, 4 pkgs 25c Cookies. Bakery, 2 doz. .. - 25c Ivory Flakes, large size 10 C Onions, Red Globes, per peck 30c Jam, pure fruit, 4 Ib. jars ,. .75c Dill Pickles, per doz .20c Bacon Squares, per Ib 19c Apples, fancy eating, per box $1.90 TRY US WE SATISFY Olson Kossack Grocery 618 S. Federal Ave. Phone 1800 DOLLAR SPECIALS For FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Van Camps Tomato Soup 5 Tins 25c I One deal limit P o r 1 Cfy^n n . . IT. boap; 30 bars and lOc pkg. Oxydoi . . . . 50 ft. each strong'* and Durable, 5 for . . Cose $3.80; or Â» 13 TaU Tins . . Northern Tissue; "US Fancy Teaberry; 5 lbs. .$1 .SI .$1 .81 .$1 Red Bag Coffee; Blue Barrel Soap; Jell-0 or Fruit Jell; P , [ffs $Â± Sunshine Crackers; *TM l !b! n e2d^ !lly! $1 Oxydoi or Chipso; | k ^ ffe . . $1 Butternut Coffee; L p Â°" nd SI Van Camp Ketchup; ^^ Â§1 Van Camp Ketchup; Elnora Sugar Corn; \ Red or Kidnej- Beans; 12 t!ns Northern Navy Beans; ",,,,*Â« . . Cool Spring Tomatoes^ JL N Â°-" Happy vale Pink Salmon; tin,'"" Van Camps Pork Beans; JL Orange Brand Sugar Peas; Ji* camis; Â«n SN Â° Blue Ribbon or Puritan Malt; ? or In Hollywood-leading beauticians advise Palmolive. PALMOLIVE SOAP Amaizo Corn or Gloss Starch; Ib. pkg. 7c Celery; Ige. well bleached stalk*, 2 for .'2Sc Apples; Uellcia or Romas, ex. Ige. size, each .'.'.".' He Oranges; Sunklst, j !ls t the right size, Z doz. . 2!)c Spinach; eat It for health, 2 pounds lÂ» c Bananas; that real body builderj 3 pounds . . 19Â« Henrt lettuce; Ige. solid heads, each . . . . ' " Gc Sunshine Ass't. Cookies; pound '.'.".".25c . Meat Specials LARD Pure Leaf; 10 pounds $1 SLICED BACON 4 Pounds NECK BONES 3 Pounds and I Qt, Kraut $1 PORK CHOPS 17c Lean Chops; pound --Combination Special Any S I'kffs. Kellogg's Cereals with cither l U x K a f f e c Hnpr. or 2 lhÂ«. p. W. Special Coffee $1 Nothing is gained by abolishing hell as a remote superheated region and adopting It as a home institution.--Toledo Blade. The truth is that the older generation just seemed less wicked because It pulled the shades down.-Wisconsin State Journal. CUT RATE GROCERY . SAVES YOU MONEY . Mr. Farmer:--Bring us your eggs--they buy more here! No Talk--No Pictures--but just honest-to-goodness bargains. Let us have your orders-WE KNOW WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Pricps Below Good For Friday, Saturday and Monday. Phone 112-113-114 30 E. State Free Delivery CANE SUGAR - - 10 Ibs. 49c With S2 Order of Other Groceries--Butter and Eggs Not Included. Butter, Glenwood Ofi/. B HillB or Butternut Q C Creamery, per Ib Â£OC Â· Coffee, 1 Ib. can OÂ«C Sapphire Bread, r | P.. and G. or Big 4 i r 16-oz. loaves w C Â· Soap 5 bars I D C 6 O'clock Coffee Per O Q Â« pound Â£O C Whole Wheat, Uye or Graham Flour 10 -! b - 4Q C sack TtOL S5c Cut Rate Special Green QJV Fca, per pkjr. OC Cocoa, best Â«jp erotic. 2 Ihs, Z D C Campbell's Tomato ( n j* SOUD. 3 cans 'DC ted Pimcnfoes or Vlar. Cher- Â·Â« /\ Â·ies. bottle.. 1UC \prlcots, Grapes or Plums, i n JBr nun . . . , i U C Tears, Peaches, ams or -t n elly, per can J L U C Crlsco, *\ p 2 Ibs O D C Pure Cider Vinegar Per l^i* gallon DDC lOo Snl Soda or Baking Soda, op S pkgs iDC Prunes, 3 Ibs.. . 25c Prunes, 2 lbs...25c Prunes, 2 Ibs. ..33c Marshmal- -1 Q lows, per Ib. ASJC Nut Meats, po best gradejb. DOC Decker's Sliced Bacon, *) o per Ib Â«3 J C Toilet Paper 3 rolls, aSo 4 rolls 25c Oleomargar- o g Ine, 2 11)9.... ODC 2oc Grape Fniit Ifir per can iw V Grnpo Fruit 3, 4. and Â«jr* 5 for Â£DC Pure Sorghum Per 1/2 gallon... 6Ho Quart cans . ,..35c Brooms, Good Ones 49c59c69c Canadian Stylo Bacon, * n perlb. 4 J C CTncoIorcd Japan Green Tea Per Ib. 46o Per '/z Ib 25c FLOUR Wshmy, 40 H. sack $1.60 Jersey Cream, 49 Ihs. $1.S9 Omar Flour, 49 Ihs. Â§1.45 Sunbeam, 49 Ib. sack $1.45 lOc Macaroni, Noodles or brand, S p k g s . . . . . . . uuC fl Plneapple, . r * * S5c Flour, 5-1 b. Back 29c Powdered or Brown I Sugar, 3 Ibs 25c ORANGES, sweet -1 O Â«JA OO and juicy, per dozen.... IOC Z5?C 66C I0c Kitchen Cleanser, n p t cons D C lOc Super *JC Suds, 3 pkgs. t-DC 100-lb. rv/ri bag - - . - "Â»C 1 Peanut Butter 1 Per pound Itin it Pint jars 23c J-I5C Lye, *?C,Â» | FancaUe Flour |3./,-.b. Â· . ? 0 q sack ...:... Â£nJ tr Ginger Snaps or Fig Bars, Â«jr 2 H, S . . . . . . . 25C Sweet and n r Jupan Green T e a siCtings -I n i n.. pkff. .. iiyc Sardines in Oil, 2 for ...... 15e Urcud -- tt.ye, Uriihani, Unisln Grahnm or Whole -f [f I \Vhsat. 2 Ifi-oz. loaves 1 3 C Milk. .". hirgo cans DoGraw's Bucitwheat, 10-1!,. sack j" f JJDC Catsup, large size, 2 bottles 25c Potatoes, No. 1 grade, per peck. .35c V--O.L 11, IreaS 15 0 grade, 2 cans. '. [250 Tomatoes 250 ly-Je! 2 cÂ«ns;'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.MC toe Currants 9 C _ B I5c Ulince j r R Chcc.ie, full Â«} r 3 P h ff s ^" J L 0 Meat - 2 pkgs. 6 J C I cream, per Ib. L 3 C Pop Corn, Guunm- g Dried Apricots or J3j Dnto Xtit teed to Pop, yCf I Peachw, best -| Q | Cookies, ' O C 3 lbs ^P C B g"dc, per Ib. 1 y C | 3 d o z c n '.... 25C B U L K Peaberry, best ??rade, per Ib 26c _ j _ _ _ , _ ^ Cut Rate Special, per Ib 29c UCJr 1 V Jl/E Nash in bulk, per Ib 32c GROUND THE DAY YOU GET IT--WHY PAY FOR A CAN? Hard Christmas I Candies or O C Kisses, 3 lbs. L D C I Water Softener Salt iou-ib. 99 c I r " -- Macaroni Baconetti- Bacon, fer Ib ....... ^ Cod Fish Boncles.s, | |l,. b o x . . . 4 B| ack Wnl- nuts . S "s.. Â·,-,,. , vins e ar y Pork or Uccf Ronstj Â« Black Pepper Pint Ju K s l O c j Our Prices Are S 8-ox. V,rÂ« Qnart Jugs . . . . 2 0 c | Right B pk K A D C Pears or Green Gage Plums B Young Hens, fresli Large No. ZVt -J n M from the farm, per Ih. . cans 1 J C TM Peaches or Apricots, Â·Â« Q large No. 2l/ 2 cans.. Jl"C Fig Bars or Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs 25c Bartlett Pears Per gallon r"o can DOC Olives or Sweet Pickles, oP B s.. O.JC P full qt. jars. Salmon Red Kose, I Ib. c a n . . . . Salt, _ S Ib. Backs lOc B Plums, largo ! I Salt, 10 I!., sacks 23c I No. 10 cans 39c I5c Pumpkin, 2 qt, cans 25o Hominy, large cans. . . . 1 Oc Mazola, per quart 42c Kidney Beans, Ige. can lOc Baked Beans, per can lllr 18o Succotash, 2 cans . . 2 3 c Grape, Fruit, por can . . . lOc 30 EAST STATE STREET I Wnx or Green String Beans, 2 cans Z5n Sweet Potatoes. cnn...'.16 0 Sauerkraut, No. 2 cans lOo Spaghetti, per cnn loo IQnnker Oatmeal, n lis...25c [Spinach, per can |(j n ~"" ^Â·^Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·i C. E. BUSH, Prop.