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24 Sterling No. 1 IS N. Federal MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 12 1931 Sterling No. 2 "812 S. Penn. World Wide Competition We 1 are all entering a worldwide competitive basis. Do you know that the foreign countries have planted 10,000,000 acres more of grain and competitive . products in the last two years? You must save to compete. Luke B. Miller Sterling: No. 1 Phone 1600-1-3 Sterling No. ?. Phone 807 Friday -- Saturday Monday When you buy good butter you save, It goes further. CLEAR LAKE BUTTER, Ib 31c Cut Green Beans, Jge. can lOcI Peas, Ige. can lOc I Sweet Corn, Jgc. can lOcj Sauer Kraut, Ige. can lOcj Mustard, pints lOe I Grapefruit, can ... Spaghetti, can Pumpkin, can .... Vinegar, pints Tomato Juice, can .10c .10c .10c .10c .10c Sleeping Bear Brand, extra fine quality. Red Pitted Cherries, 10 size, Ige. can 79c Peaclies, 10 size 49c I Prunes, 10 size .. 45c I Black Raspberries, 10 size 95c| Pears, 10 size 55c I White Cherries, 10 size . ..5Dc| Apricots, 10 size 59c Strawberries, 10 size .....95c Crushed Pineapple, 10 size Sflc Loganberries, 10 size 7»c Black Cherries, 10 size . ...Goe These Blueberries Canned for Monarch Company Quality Blueberries, 10 size, Ige. can 79c Monarch Grapefruit and Orange Juice, can 25c I Monarch Tapioca, pkg lOc I Monarch Cake Flour, pUg. 39c| Monarch Food of Wheat ..ISo] Monarch Oats, Ige. pkg. ..22e monarch Macaroni, 4 pkgs. 25c Monarch Cocoa, can 25o Monarch Tea, can 25c Monarch Grapefruit, can . .19c 16 oz. ol Bread lot a. nickel la a bargain. Purity Bread, Ige. loaf, 16 oz '. oc Banner Oats, Ige. pkg. . ...17c[ Bulk Oats, 9 Ibs 35c| Old Glory Macaroni, 7 pkgs. 25c I Prunes, med. size, 3 Ibs. -.25el Bulk Cocoa, 2 Ibs 25c I .Northern Bea^iB, 4 Ibs. . ...25c Bice, fancy, 5 Ibs , ...2."c Bulk Macaroni, 3 Ibs 2oo Lima Beans, 2 Ibs. "DC Bulk Cocoanut, Ib 29c Keep your health, eat Head Lettuce, solid . Full of Juice. Oranges good size, 2 doz 3 5 c Tangerines, 2 doz ·-...25c] Grapefruit, Ige 5c| Oranges, Ige. doz. SOcI Lemons, Ige. doz. 85c | Carrotts, bunch lOc New Cabbage, Ib 5c Rutabagas, Ib Sc- English Walnuts, No. 1, Ib. 2flc Black Walnuts, 3 Ibs. ....25o Nut Meats, fresh, Ih 59c Natl. Biscuit Co. ALWAYS FRESH 2 Ib. Caddy 25c Monarch Golden Bantam -.lacI Monarch Mixed Vegetables 15c| ·Monarch Hominy IBc I Monarch Tomatoes 15c J Monarch Sauer Kraut, Ige. 17ej Monarch Peaches, Ige. ...25c Monarch Kidney Beans ... ,15c Monarch Blackberries .... 19c Monarch Ketchup, Ige 19c Monarch Fork Beans, 3 for 25c The same company that makes Dram makes Dawn. Dawn Scouring Powder, 2 Ige. cans ....5c Li boys Milk, 3 tall cans ..25c| Campbell Pork Beans, S for 25c| Van Camps Pork Beans, 3 for 25c| Peanut Butter, No. 1 pts. .. 25c I Red Cherries, can 19c I Prunes, 25 Ib. box $1.19 Campbells Tomato Soup, 3 for 35c Fresh Roosted Peanuts, Ib. I3c Bulk Dates, 2 Ibs'. ,. .2Sc Northern Tlnsue, S rolls . -25c For quick action use Oxydo], Jge. pkg. 19c| Lots of ways Pink Salmon, Ib. can to use salmon. lOc FLOUR -- FLOUR -- FLOUR -- FLOUR Gold Medal,~4:9 Ibs 51.55 Occident, 49 Ibs §1.75 Pillsburys, 49 Ibs $1,65 Omar, 49 Ibs 51.49 I Big Q., 49 Ibs. $1.25 Frost King-, 49 Ibs SI.35 I. H., 49 Ibs §1.49 Enrights "Whole Wheat 25c A high grade coffee you will be proud to serve. Monarch Breakfast Coffee, 3 Ib. pkgs..._ 59c Folgers Coffee, Ib S7c Hills Bros. Ib .37c Max well House, Ib S7c Butternnt, Ib ,.37c Monarch, Ib 37c I Hello World Coffee, Ib 37c McLaughlins Gem, Ib 25c McLaughllns, 90'/ 2 , 3 Ibs. ..!»9o Mclaughlins 3S3, Ib 23c McLnnchlins Bulk Tea, Ib. 49r. Fancy Florida Grapefruit, peck 49c Deckers Tall Corn Bacon, Ib 29c| Canadian Bacon, Ib 43cl lowana Bacon, Ib 35c I Brooms, good ones ... .49c, 39c| Flg^fars or Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs 25c| Jack Sprat Tomatoes 15c Tomatoes, can lOc Sal Soda, Ige. pkg lOc Ivory Flakes, Ige 22c Ivory Snow, Ige 15c You can always depend on Monarch for quality products Monarch Salad Dressing, Ige. jar _..19c Monarch Fruit Salad, can J!5c Monarch Pineapple, can . .25c Monarch Rhubarb, can ...25c Monarch Pumpkin, Ige. can 15c Monarch KIpo Olives, can . .35c Alonarch Preserves, Ige. jar »3c Monarch Noodles, Ige. can 19c Monarch Sprouts, Iga. can 19c Monarch Chop Suey 29c Vegetables, Ige. can 29c · Fresh and foil of juice. Try them. Chocolate Coated Cherries, Ib. box 25c MR. FARMER: To keep up your standard of living and be able to compete with world markets, you must save. Saving la the name as making 1 money. Bring us your eggs cash or trade. ANDREW DECLARES BANKS IN IOWA STRONG HERE AND THERE * * » *. * » * * . * · * * * # * * » · · Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota I*ave for Hauaka K^LEMME--Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pringnlty left Tuesday morning for Hauska, Minn., to look after their farm interests there. Birthday Dinner Held STILSON--There was a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Grunnenald for their daughter Dorothy. Is Honored at Luncheon HANLONTOWN--Mrs. O. N. Brunsvoid was hostess at a lunch- con in honor of Mrs. Gaylord Tcnold who is leaving soon for her hew Vome near Scarville. Attend Hardware Convention. COULTER--Mr. and Mrs. Peter Norgaard are in Des Moines this week attending the hardware convention in session there. They were accompanied by Mrs. N. R. Chrls- tensen who will visit her sister. Attends Oil Convention. LYLE, Minn.--John P. Miller returned from Des Moines where he atended an oil convention. Visits With Daughter. CORWTTH--Mrs. Fay Scace drove to Ames Tuesday where she visited her daughter, Miss Lois Scace, at the .Chi Omega house, Iowa state college. Injured by Piece of Coal. DUMONT--Mrs. Will Hutchison is confined to her bed with a pos sible fracture of the bone in her foot A large chunk of coal rolled on to i just as she fixed the fire before going- to church. Returns to Osage. OSAGE--Mrs. Frank Crawford is at home after a two weeks' stay in Nashua with her daughter, Mrs Galen Wellinger, who was operated on in a Waverly hospital and is making a good recovery. Klemme Resident Dies. KLEMME--Word reached Klemme that Henry Schlei, a farmer, died at the Hampton hospital. He was taken there Friday. Mr. Schlei has lived west of Klemme for years. He died of anemia. He was married and had a family. 500 at Demonstration. CRESCO -- Approximately 500 Tuesday -attended the demonstration, illustration and celebration of the Centennial anniversary of the invention of the first harvesting machine for cutting small grain by ,yrus McCormick. Indians Give Entertainment. ORCHARD--Chief Yellow Himmes of the Cherokee Indians with his sister, gave an entertainment with Hawaiian guitars, songs and dances and a lecture on history and mythology of Indians at the school- louse on Tuesday evening. Goes to Carolina. BANCROFT--Earl Kinsey left Thursday for Henderson, N. Car., vhere he has accepted a position. His family will remain until school closes when they will join him. Daughter Is Born. WHITTEMORE--A daughter was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. lph Reimers. This is the second daughter. Will Move to Belmond. BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fulton moved Wednesday into the Fred Fulton house which they purchased recently. Mr. and Mrs. H. C Engelbrecht will move Saturday into the house vacated by the Ful- tons. Arc in Des Moines. SCARVILLE--Bennie Nelson and Ole Warmedahl are spending a few days in Des Moines. Are Guests at Coulter. COULTER---Mr. and Mrs. George Deutchler of Henry,. S. Dak., are visiting the latter's father, William Willhour. Mrs. Deutchler-was summoned to Dows to attend the funeral of her uncle, Hiram Willhour. House Damaged by Fire. · LAWLER--The Lawler fire department was called to the Francis Tierney home to extinguish a fire in a bedroom upstairs. One room was badly damaged with smoke and water. Is Guest at Luther. CORWITH--Mrs. D. B. Foley and daughter, Rita Faye, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with the M. C. Stark family, Luther. Will Present Play. DUMONT--About 20 local young persona will assist the representative of the Anti-Saloon league in putting on the trial scene of the play "Who Killed Wright," Thursday evening at the Evangelical church. · Is Taken to Hospital. OSAGE--Mrs. Katherlne Klapperich of Meyer has been taken .to the state hospital at Mount Pleasant. Britt Contest Held. BRITT--A contest consisting of playing, dancing, singing and husband and hog calling was held nt the Coloseum Tuesday. Is Hostess to Club. FLOYD--Mrs. Dave Roberts was hostess to the Happy Hour club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Plan District Session. GREENE--A district E. L. U. school for salesmen of Cerro Gordo, WInnebago, Hancock, Worth, Mitchell, Floyd and Butler counties will be held here Friday afternoon and evening. Are From Blue Earth. BANCROFT--Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Shay and family, Robert Sbary and daughter Nada of Blue Earth, Minn., spent Sunday at the John Shay home. Dr. Smith Is 111. WHITTEMORE--Dr. L. B. Smith is ill at his home with an attack of the flu. Is Hostess at Belmond: BELMOND--Mrs. H. F. Peterson was hostess to the Chain of Ten Wednesday aftcrnoon LINCOLN RELICS Associated Press Photo Not the young women but the cane, chain and square are newly discovered Abraham Lincoln relics. Lincoln made the cane for his stepmother and the chain and square he used in helping his father build a log cabin in Coles county, III., in (he 183Q's, The relics are In Chicago. Verne Conners is exhibiting them. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! In Iowa there are 1,268 retail dealers selling agricultural implements, 1,989 selling hardware, 216 selling building materials and 1,404 selling lumber. Heturns to Lyle. LYLE, Minn.--Lewis Solo .returned from Minneapolis where he attended the auto show. Is Guest at Rudd. RTJDD--.Take Bohlen of Saint Hilaire, Minn., is visiting his son, Harm Bohlen. Recovers From Operation. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thompson visited their niece, Miss Edith Wilson at the Mercy hospital. Mason City, where she is recovering from an operation for mastoid infection. 100 Attend Party. DUMONT--More than 100 attended the benefit card party of the American Legion auxiliary held in the I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. F. C. Wh\taker won high score. Men Servo Supper. . BRITT--The men of the M. E church served a chicken pie suppei in the basement of the church Wed nesday night. The men did all thi work and waiting on tables. Opens Blacksmith Shop. FLOYD--Will Chestnut, who ha: been employed at the Asher garagi resigned and opened a blncksmitl shop in the building vacated by F Holmes some time aga Instructor Again in School. SCARVILLE--After an absenc of a month due to illness, Mia Ca'rol Solomonson returned to he work Wednesday as instructor 11 the' fourth, fifth and sixth grades. Entertains Progressive Club. GARNER--The regular meetin| of the ' Woman's Progressive clu 1 was held with Mrs. C. H. Schissel ii her home. Mrs. Clark Selby wa in charge of the lesson from th Readers Digest. Wins Three Firsts in Declam. NASHUA--Nashua won thre firsts in the' county declamator. contest held at New' Hamptoi Monday night. The contestants wer as follows: Dramatic, Gardys Troutner; historical, Alice Coates; humorous. Dotty McCnlloch. Nashua won the trophy cup for the second time. Another victory will give permanent possession. New Hampton took three seconds and Ionia two thu-ds and one fourth. Other schools in the contest were Alta Vista, Lawler, Frede r i cksbu rg. Make $200 on Dance. GARNER--The Garner, fireman made, more than $200 on their an-, nual dance held in the Garner opera house Wednesday night. It was a "hard times" dance. Prizes xvere given for the mo t st ragged costumes. Are Parents of Son. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Evenson are the parents of a seven pound boy born Tuesday. Move to Sheffield. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. . J. H. Sykes have moved to Sheffield. Mrs. Sykes will live with her sister, Mrs. J. Zimmerman, Mi. dykes will soon go to Iowa City for treatment. Will.Attend Convention. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. A. B Larson, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Larson motored to Minneapolis Thursday where Mr. Larson and son, Elmer, will attend the hall hardware convention from Friday to Monday. The women will visit relatives and will return Tuesday. Comes From Kansas KLEMME--Mrs. Ralph France of Wichita, Kans., is here visiting her sister Mrs. Henry Schuldt and faijrily. Return From Omaha HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. Chris _ Scholt and son returned from Omaha where they spent two weeks. The Schott family moved Wednesday to town from the farm northeast of town. » Is Taken to Hutch!ns HUTCHINS--Ernest Jesse of Corwith was brot to the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Rinehardt Jesse Sunday. He is ill with a case of yellow jaundice. Go to Des Moincs THOMPSON--Mr. a n d Mrs. Charles Shuttleworth and Mrs. Willard Erickson motored to Des Moines Tuesday where Mr. Shuttleworth transacted business. B. P. W. Club Meets CLARION--The B. P. W. club held the monthly meeting and dinner at the Hotel Moore Monday night. The committee in charge this mouth was Miss Anna Mae Casey, Miss Lillian Banks and Miss Evelyn Reidel. The topic for the evening was "International Relations'." Home Is Purchased WHITTEMORE--J. V. Elbert bought the Cory Haas home. Mr. and Mrs. Haas will make their home in Estherville. Fred Strieker is having a farm sale and will move into the Mrs. Andrew Drew home which he has purchased. Released From Quarantine ARMSTRONG--The John Whiter sell, John Gram, Aura; Churchill and John Trowbridge families have been released from quarantine for smallpox. There are a few families still quarantined. · Come From Nebraska. COULTER--Mrs. F. W. Pritchard and daughters, Verona and ary Pritchard, of Jackson, Nebr., are guests of Mrs. Pritchard's irother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Knudson of Coulter. Is From Los Angeles. ,LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. J. -N. Strahn .rrived from Los Angeles for a visit vith her brother, Oscar Wilson. Instruction School Held. RUDD--The Eastern Star met 'uesday afternoon and evening. A umber attended the school of in- truction which was held by Mrs. iola Schaeffer of Manly. SubniiHs to Operation. CORWITH--Mrs. George Riggle underwent a mastoid operation at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday. · All Day Session Held. AREDALE--The W. C. T. U. held an all day meeting at the town hall Tuesday. The dinner and sale if candy amounted to $20 which is ised as a flower fund. There were 20 members present and about 30 visitors. The county president, Mrs. F. Sorenson o£ Dumont, gave a short talk. A playlet was given by Mrs. C. Zimmerman, Mrs. F. Gor- maney, Miss Evelyn Pencook and four girls of the seventh grade. Aged Aunt Is Honored. LUVERNE--Mrs. Irvin Chapman attended a reception at Goldfield Honoring her aged aunt, Miss Jennie Kennedy. The reception was held at the Presbyterian church and about 50 friends and relatives were present to assist her in celebrating her eightieth birthday. ,, Return to Goldfield. GOLDFIELD--William C. Knight who has been visiting at the Frank Miller home at Ada, Minn., the past several months returned to his home. Are Parents of Son. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Morse are parents of a boy weighing 8'/2 pounds born at the Nessen hospital at Osage Wednesday morning. Has Nervous Breakdown, ROCKFORD--Mrs. J. J. Wilson is in a serious condition at her home here due to a nervous breakdown. Receives Honor Diploma. SWEA CITY--The R. H. Walker herd of Holsteina is one of 18 Kossuth county dairy herds to receive national roll of honor diplomas awarded by the National Dairy as sociation. Will Take Training. BELMOND--^Mrs. Anna Shipley and Miss Alice Shipley will go to Minneapolis Friday where Miss Shipley will enter a hospital to begin her nurses training. Mrs. Ship ley will return Alonday. Teachers Hold Meeting. SCARVILLE--The teachers and officers of the Immanuel Lutheran Sunday school held a meeting at the Martin Nelson home. Sing at Iake Mills. SCARVILLE--The male quarte 1 consisting of Max Larson, Luthei Larson, tenors, and Martin Hjilme land and Ray Jensen, basses, par ticipated in the program sponsorcc by the Farm Bureau at Lake Mills Tuesday evening. Guests at Kanawalm. KANAWHA -- Charles Schnebl and son, Virgil, o£ Albert Lea Minn., came Wednesday for a few days visit with relatives and friends. Go to St. Paul. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs Frank -Farrell drove to St. Pau where they took their daughter Gertrude, who entered St. Joseph's hospital for a nuracs' training course. TJve at Lake Park. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Bar ney Goetzinger and daughter Verona left Thursday for their new homo at Lake Park, where Mr. Goet- zinget- will work as buttermaker in the Hermanson brothers creamery Mr. Goetzinger was formerly an em ploye of the Rockford Co-operatlvi dairy association. WHO'S BACK-SEAT DRIVER? Associated PtessPboto 3Ir. and Mrs. Glen Phelps of Davenport, Iowa, and the family "bus." Both are airplane pilots and never make ah out-of-town trip except by air. Phelps Is an insurance man and Mrs. Phelrw a school teacher. BUTLER JURORS ARE SELECTED District Court, to Convene March 2 With Edwards . Presiding Judge. , ALLISON, Feb. 11.--The March :erm of the Butler county court will convene March 2, with M. F. Ed- ivards, judge, presiding. Trial jurors were drawn in the office of C. L. Schellengef, clerk of the district court. The new panel is summoned for March 9, at 10 o'clock in the morning. Trial jurors, with the township :hey are from, will be: Henry DeGroote, Jr., Albion; V. L. Poisa), Sutler; Mrs. W. M. Miller, Cold Water; Cassie Stevenson, Shell lock; Dan Wickham, Pittsford; Mary McCague, Butler; Hazel Det- ·a, Dayton; F. H. Dahn, Madison; 3. V. Cave, Cold Water; Ed Thompson, Cold Water. Bert Curtis, Jefferson; Minnie Bussy, Shell Rock; Adrian Chittenden, Shell Rock; Paul Abkes, Wash- ngton; H. C. Burns, Cold Water; Fred Toll, Ripley; John J. Johnson, Ripley; Ben Tjabring-, Sr., Madison; Floyd Dellccr, Dayton; Fred Kusian, Albion; Orin Wait, Fremont; George Odell, Butler; Bessie Kevins, Cold Water; Harry Rottink, Beaver; August Swandt, Cold Water. C. W. Leyen, Butler; I. N. Davis, Cold Water; B. G. Jobnston, Albion; [rene Landis, Butler; Eliza Kimball, Shell Rock; Grace Meyer, Albion; Fannie Klinck, Dayton; Florence Freeman, Dayton; John Hundley, Beaver; John Hilfers, Albion; Harm Folkers, Albion; M. J. Kemmerer, Albion; Anno Reiter, Albion; W. M. Martzahn, Cold Water. Grand jurors who were drawn and are summoned for March 3, at 10 o'clock in the morning, were: C. F. Shirer, West Point; H. J. Feyereisen, Cold Water; Fred Lursen, Madison; Harry Cook, Jackson; J. F. Davidson, Fremont; T. V. White, Pitteford; W. F. Dodd, Beaver; O. B. Cook, Albion; Eli Polk, Ben- nezette; R. G. Blake, Shell Rock; F. M. Wamsley, Butler; Ben B. Dc- Vries, Washington. Bureau Program Is Given. NASHUA, Feb. 12.--The Bradford township Farm Bureau meeting was held at the home of Guy Tracy. About 45 were present. A program was given. OSAGE COMPANY HAS BIG PROFIT Change Is Made in Articles of Oil Co-Operative at Annual Session. OSAGE, Feb. 11--Stockholders of the Co-operative Oil company were gratified with the report given at their annual .meeting. The books show a profit of 513,477.02 for seven months ending Dec. 31, 1930. A change in the articles of incorporation was adopted, the company changing its business year from June 1 to June 1 basis to the calendar year. This accounts for the balance sheet covering a. period of only seven months. Three stockholders whose terms expired this year were re-elected: Charles Laun of St. Ansgar; C- B. Jacobs of Osage and J. P. Hansen of Otranto. The hold-over directors are R. H. Mask- ham, R. W. McDonald, .Charles E. Nicol, E. W. Preim, Fred Spring and George Wolf. The list of stockholders numbering 4.00 at its organization has now passed the GOO mark. OFFICIAL SPEAKS State Passed Thru Critical Period and Is Now on Firm Basis. BURLINGTON, Feb. 12. /P-L. A. Andrew, state superintendent of banking, today told the annual convention of group 11 of the Iowa Bankers association that Iowa now has "stronger, better and safer banks" than it has had in years. "Better banking practices are now the rule in Iowa," he said. "Being the richest agricultural state in the union and having prospered more than our neighbors on account of inflated land values, we suffered first and more severely from the deflation which began 10 years ago. During the past year the neighboring states, and particularly those in the eaSo, have suffered the same results from the allayed deflation. k "Failures, caused principally by the non-payment of notes given, by farming interests which are now in distress, have caused "a great deal of trouble in Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, also in Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Migsis- sipppi. The secondary deflation of prices of farm products during the last few months has caused both the bankers and the farmers, in agricultural areas considerable loss. "Iowa is fortunate in having, gone thru this severe deflation with much leas trouble than other states. We are now in a position to profit by the return of general prosperity which is expected in the next few months. We have a rich state here ready to respond to hard work, thrift and good banking." Commercial Club at * Garner Names Bemis for New President GARNER, Feb. 12.--At the annual meeting of the Garner Commercial club Dr. G. A. Bemis was elected president; Rex Shannon, vice president; Charles Wellik treasurer, and Glen Rich, secretary. The three latter officers were reelected. G. R. Conway is the retiring president. Former Pastor Is Dead. GARNER, Feb. 12.--Word has been received of the death of the Rev. William Klaus, a former pastor of the German Methodist church who served 20 years ago. He was a nephew of George and Wea Mcatop- of Garner. v ' li 'omens dreaded 4O's TDHYSICIANS call this period -*- "Menopause." It is the dreaded Change of Life. Women should face this period with well-balanced health, or dangerous symptoms may appear. High b'lood pressure with its danger of disastrous result is not unusual. Morbid thoughts often haunt the mind; accompanied by extreme nervousness and hot flashes. This is the time when deficiencies in general health must be helped. Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Prescription is remarkably beneficial to women at this time of life. Countless thousands of women testify to its benefit. Every package of Dr. Pierce's Family Remedies {sold by druggists) contains a Symptom Blank. If you desire free medical advice, fill out the Blank and mail it to Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo, N.Y. Ask your druggist for Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription entine Gloves-The last word in glove fashions . . . soft cape skin. In three new Spring colors. Slip-on style and washable. She will be delighted with a pair of these. $2.39 Bags-Smart handbags in all the new shapes'and wanted colors. Completely fitted. The very finest of leathers. They are sure to please her. $2.95 That please A COMPLETE LINE OF STEERHIDE BAGS Lingerie Beautiful lingerie that your Valentine will adore. And such a huge and varied selection. New Parisan modes. All are exceptional values. $1.00 and up Toiletries A wide selection of toiletries that are sure to please. New compacts, perfumes, etc., in all the well known brands such as Hudnut's, Armand's, Ayer's, Fleming's, etc. And all are so reasonably priced. Easter Togs for Baby It is time to think about the new spring outfits for Baby. Here is the ideal place to shop for Baby. You will find the clever little fashions that are all new. Cunning little coats, dresses, shawls and just hundreds of other things to complete the wardrobe. And novelties galore that are sure to please the Baby. And each item is n real value. Hosiery Fine all silk hosiery in both the sheer chiffon and service weights. You will find just the colors she likes most. Why^not make her happy with a box of this exquisite hosiery? $1.00 and up FROCKS that say spring is here . . . . C o w l necklines, moulded effects gained with daring new pleats, these and hundreds of other new ideas urge your early selection of these new spring frocks. And the prices . . . only . . . $12.75 Ibu Do the Best r

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