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February 19, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

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FEBRUARY 19 1931 PRAIRIE SELF-RISING Pancake Flour BETTER . . . LOWER . Than Ever 3%-lb. Bag 25c AT YOUR GROCER MANUFACTURED BY Hagerman»Moersch Co. MASON CITY, IOWA "And don't forget two packages of Shredded Wheat" "There'll be a fuss in our family if you do! The children love it; my husband insists on it because he says it's the perfect food for health and strength. And I like it too. So don't forget to send it, please." NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY "Uneeda Bakers" WITH ALL THE BRAN OF THE WHOLE WHEAT Don't hope for is a better friend than any kind of luck! Even good luck is dangerous--for good luck today may be followed by bad luck tomorrow. In baking, "balance" is a better friend than luck. "Balance" in a recipe means every ingredient in just the right quantity. "Balance" in flour means an exclusive Pillsbury blend of finest wheats, which produces a flour c o n t a i n i n g just the right amounts of protein, moisture and mineral, just the right color and absorption qualities, to work perfectly for all your baking. Pillsbury's Best is "balanced" for unfailing success in everything you bake. There's no other flour like it ·-- it's worth asking for! 'Bala'nced" MASON CFTY GLOBE-GAZETTE WIRE TAPPING GETS DEFENSE Mitchell Approves Methot of Dry Agents in Certain Cases. WASHINGTON, Feb. 19. /p_ Wire tapping by prohibition agents m certain cases was approved before the house expenditures committee today by Attorney Genera] Mitchell. The attorney general told the committee he issued an order Jan. 19, permitting- wire tapping in special cases when approved by the head of the bureau involved and the assistant attorney general in charge of the case. This order, he testified, was issued to remove a discrepancy in the regulations for the investigation ana prohibition bureaus. The former bureau prohibited the practice under a 1028 regulation while it was permitted in the prohibition branch. Assistant Attorney G e n e r a l Yoimgquist, in charge of prohibition, testified he had approved 'wire tapping in three specific cases since the order of Jan. 19. AT THE HOSPITALS Miss Hortcnse Mayne, Emmetsburg, who underwent a major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Wednesday. E. M. Duke, 1012 Third street northwest, was admitted to Story hospital for treatment Wednesday. John Paulson, rural, was admitted to Story hospital for a major operation Thursday. Mrs. Ruben Olson, Garner, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Wednesday. Marjorie Maeske, Britt, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Wednesday. Edith Wright, Aurelia, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Wednesday. Bernard Bailey, Clarltsville, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Wednesday. F. L. Finnegan, 320 River Heights place, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Thursday. Mrs. Andrew Hotges, IDS Virginia avenue southeast, who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Wednesday. Mrs. L. A. Page, 733 Eleventh street northeast, and her infant son, were dismissed from Mercy hospital Wednesday. Real Estate Transfers P e r f e c t B a k i n g Dormedy, Thos. J. to Coda Dormedy and Agnes, $300 port L 3 and part L 4 B 5 Slrrine's addition, Clear Lake, Iowa, 11-22-30. Underwood, Mrs. J. A. and hsb. to Ida Barrett 5300 L, 2 B 13 Francisco's 2nd addition, Mason City, Iowa, 4-23-29. Steinberg, H. J. and Helen T. tc Ralph H. Dahlstrom and Gladys 51 L 7 B 2 Lehigh addition, Mason City, Iowa, 2-11-31. Frankc Land Investment Co., to Ira W. Jones ?1 part L 2 and part L 4 in B 27, Clear Lake Camp Mtg. Ass'n. grounds, 2-25-24. Jones tra W. and Bertha M. to H. A. O'Leary 51 (Q. C. D.) as above 2-7-31. Facklis John J. to Lulu E. Facklis SI L 7 and part L 6 all in subd. SW'/l NE'/i 10-96-20, 9-6-30. Goss, Joe and Dora, to Nick Netzel, 51, L, 15 B 2 Oakland Place Addn. Mason City, Iowa. 2-0-31. Mark, Harry and Sadie, to White Eagle Oil Corp. SI, L 11 B 70 Meservey's Addition, Ma.son City, Iowa. 1-28-31. Wilson, C. J. and Luella. G. to W. G. Kurtz, 51, L G33 and 63-1 Midland Heights 1st Addition, Mason City, Iowa. 2-17-31. Parker, Carl A. and Annette G. to Union Investment Co., $1, L 1 and 2 B G Parker's Fourth Addition, Mason City, Iowa (Q. C. D.) 9-1G-30. Eddy Ava, to Union Inv. Co., ?1, (Q, C. D.) Part L 11 Wesley and Adams subd NVV 1 /, SE'4 9-98-20 2-14-31. DAISY* BEGINS SENTENCE Granted fivo yeans prol.Alon with the provision that she Bound 18 months of that period in the I,os Angeles county jail following her con- \.ctmi of having stolen ?825 from her former employer, Claru Bow, film ^'··« n w\t v ° I? f c n hero bci " B re s lst «ed at the jail l, v Deputy Sheriff Netty Yaw. Daisy Is seeking 11 new trial. BANKING OFFICE BILL APPROVED Only 10 Members of House Oppose Small Town Measure. DBS MOINES, Feb. 19. (.-T)_By a. vote of 87 to 10, the house today passed the Van Buren bill, which would permit establishment of banking offices in towns without banking facilities. The vote came after more than an hour's debate and the adoption of several amendments. Voting against the measure were Representative Allen, Gallagher, Jorgenson, Johnson of Marion Laughlin, McCaulley, Mead, Osborn, Sours and Wearin. The measure would provide for the establishment of these offices in towns without banks and in counties contiguous to that in which the parent bank is located. Could Not Loiui. The branch office would have power to cash checks and receive deposits, but would not be permitted to make loans. The parent bank 1 also would be required to close its branch office upon the charterin 21 i COUCH SYRUP .·OV.ERtpo Mf laiOH No matter how great your suffering- from Itching, bleeding or protruding piles, you can quickly and safely rid yourself of this painful disease. HEM-ROID, the prescription ol Dr. J. S. Leonhardt, succeeds where salves, suppositories or cutting fail, because it's a scientific internal medicine that corrects the cause of [iles--bad circulation of blood in the lower bowel--the bowel walls are weak, the veins flabby -- the parts almost dead. These harmless tablets drive out ill that thick, impure, stagnant" Jlood and heal and restore the af- 'ected parts. One bottle of HEM- rlOID is all you need to stop the iiuddening itch and torturing pain; Don't waste time on external remedies or think of an operation until you have tried HEM-ROID. Michael Drug Co. and druggists everywhere sell it with guarantee of money-back if it does not end all pilo misery. Meat . Treats PHONE 834 --Concerning Mason City's New Milk For Your Convenience and Protection To enable you to open milk bottles easily--to give the milk extra protection against contamination--we now seal our nii!k with "VERY BEST" CAPS. These modern caps are made with a dm that serves both as a pull and- as a protective guard. They fit securely in the bottle seat, yet can be removed and replaced easily with your fingers. Forks, ice-picks and similar devices are unnecessary. Phone us today for pure, wholesome milk "VERY BEST" CAPPED for your convenience and protection, at no increase in price. You'll like our service. FARM PRODUCTS PHONE 940 MASON CITY, IOWA THERS Fancy Foods" PHONE SSI HOME MADE THOUSAND ISLAND, Pint 40c MAYONNAISE, Pint 35c P and G SOAP, 5 Bars.. .,18c SANI FLUSH, Can., ..19c POWD. SUGAR, 3 Lbs 25c PINK SALMON, Tall Cans lie MARSHMALLOWS, Ib 19c MILK, 3 Large Cans .25c VISIT OUR MEAT DEPT. . . . QUALITY MEATS TTMTM*T SMOKED TURKEYS LENTEN AND CHICKFNS v FOODS CURED MEATS SAUSAGES PEANUT BUTTER, Ib. jar 25c GINGER SNAPS, 2 Ibs.. .25c OLIVES, Quart Jar ,.,.39c SARDINES, 5 Cans $1.00 KIP. HERRING, 2 Cans. .,.25c PABSTET CHEESE, pkg. 19c COFFEE MsixweH House 39c ORANGES FLORIDA, 12'/ 2 Ib. Peck 59c BEEF 1'OT IIOASTS, Pound ROLLED KIR ROASTS, Pound 18c 30c PHONE .12(1 1339 NORTH FEDERAL QUALITY SPECIALS CENTEIl CUT, SHOULDER, Ib.. HEAD LETTUCE, 2 f o r . . . l a c DILLS, 2 for 5c OYSTERS, quart 59c KRAUT, quart . . . l O c These Week-End S;rri;Is Arc. Effective At Our Market-- ISoivrn itnrl Oii![, Kuffato Center, Jown. FRESH EGGS, 2 Dozen BACON, IOWANA, Whole or Half Slab, Ib 25c BOLOGNA, per pound n c ORANGES, Large Size, per dozen 35c COOKIES, Fancy, 2 pounds 38c GRAPEFRUIT, Large Size, 5 for 25c POTATOES, Good Ones, per bushel $1.00 DILL PICKLES, Pint Jars, 2 for 25c MATCHES, Carton il"!!!'" 15c APPLES, Fancy Eating, per box $1.90 CROSS COUNTRY MALT, per can 39c PRUNES, 3 pounds .'.. 25c HADDOCK, Fresh Frozen, per pound 2i)c HEAD LETTUCE, 3 large heads IIIl25c TRY US WE SATISFY 618 S. Federal Ave. Phone 1800 or establishment of a bank in the town iu which the branch la located. In advocating passage of tlie measure, G. J. Van Burcn, Jones, its author, said the bill would permit banking facilities In 122 towns which now have none. Ho snid these offices would be started only upon decision of the bunking department as to their necessity. Called Branch Bunking. J. P. Gallagher, Iowa county, opposed the bill, declaring "This is the beginning- of branch banking:." Ho added "the banking department had parcelled out assets of close banks to political parasites as lawyers, receivers and so forth. We are trying to forget the reign of loot and 'perfidy that filtered out tlini the banking department." S. R. Torgeson, Worth, chairman of the banking committee, said in- many towns it would not pay to open a new bank and that if offices are not provided the public will become so strong for some aid "that we shall have branch banking." He characterized the bill as au "antidote" to branch banking. Read the Want Ads. ORE MUSCLES LIMBER DP QUICKLY One Application o f M m t e r o I a o f t e n Imnjra relief. UseaOXiCft eveiy Hour tor 5 hours thii "counter-irritant" should give complete comfort. I. G. A. MEAT GROCERY Phono 2414 ^52 North Federal FRIDAY A N D SATURDAY SPECIALS SIRLOIN and T-BONE STEAK, Ib. 15c . lOc §, Fancy . . Peck 25c Shop m.1 your nearest f.G.A. ·tore NOW and notvo your L e n t e n M e n u p r o b l e m * ratify! You'll find a tviJe variety of Lenten l 7 CKKj»--a)l f v r i c e d e x t r a low for t T.G.A. nation-wide Sa)«l IGA Ms«si?©ssl TM»" IGA m IGA Upsaglfsef f§ ^*' lll ''^5=^==^^ The delicious cheese food Digestible as milk itself!

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