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Mason City, Iowa
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FEBRUARY 23 1931 Masoe City's ·' Calendar · Feb. 26.--City-wide Dollar Day in Mason City. , March 4--President Walter A Jessup of University of Iowa to address alumni at dinner in Hotel Hanford. Ularch 9.--Mason City school election. m Mason City j., Horace S. Beemer, X-Ray Ex- b., traclion of Teeth. Penney Bld'g. K Domestic rabbit. 83% nutritive !.. food. North Iowa Rabbit Breeders' j; Ass'n. Ph. 3305. '.'·; Phone ALLISON 431 for the bet- ·j\\ ter Iowa Lump Coal. Its clean $7. f}\ A. J. Gildner of Manchester, K. E. il! , Gilcin er of Marshalltown, and George ·£·' H. Buckman of Charles City, were :fi in Mason City Monday attending a ji meeting of the Gildner Brothers 'ji' company. 11 Dunce Osagc, Mon., Feb. 23. Dr. jkj: Pettiford's orch. playing. § Y J - N. Day and family of KlemniR | visited over Sunday at the J. B. y- Baumgartner home, 210 Fourteenlh !g;. street northeast. t-.-' Farm Loans--Prompt service. r Act now for spring. W. L. Putton r 109 East State Street. ;: George P. Dieckmann, chemical );' engineer. Northwestern States Port- jj.'land Cement company left for Mil- jj'j wailkee where he will attend the -., meeting of the American Concrete |* institute. v r Chinese Legend in song, Baptist f " , church Tues. eve. Silver offering. 85% of nil automobiles use pts- '; tons of aluminum alloy. Ask before 'flfyou buy a car. Schukei Motor Co. 4 j M. I!. A. masquerade dance Eagles hall, Feb. 25. AH Friends are invited C^ to come and try for prizes which are to be given. . "Certainly fine Cleaning service," ijjthey say. Low prices, too. Men's results, 50c. Women's plain Dresses ««"50c. Men's overcoats and women's iSpIain coats 7oc. All garments called .ijfor and delivered. Phone -49, New ^iModel-Uniqiie, 101 South Federal. |c Frank W. Chambers, Lawyer, ginnounces change of location to 205, second Floor, M. B. A. Building. Thursday, Feb. 26, will bo Dollar fjjtpay in Mason City. Merchants all |||tiver the city will have extra special Values. Hundreds of articles will be sale at one dollar and lots of [merchandise will be on sale at other Hprices. ,PA!R OFBAWl [ansas City Man Held for Murder in Spite of Story. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 23. W)-declaring he had killed two men ho attempted to rob him, Dayton MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Miomas, 4G, surrendered to police arly today and was held as a mur- er suspcet in default of $7,500 ond. Officers investigating Thomas' jiory found the bodies of John alley, 28, and Joe Carmody, shot to death in their automo- fjiles. ,, Police said Thomas told them ·wMcNalley was driving him home ,'ffrom a when Carmody overtook them, forced them to the curb, and then left his vehicle to approach McNalley's car. Thomas said he fired upon Carmody who staggered back into his automobile. As Thomas was investigating, officers quote him as saying, McNalley attempted to drive away, whereupon Thomas killed him. Police said a search of the bodies revealed the two men were unarmed. Minneapolis Youth Yale Captain. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Feb. 23. (.T) --Frederick Pierson. Minneapolis, has been elected captain of the Yale .' freshman swimming team. Daly Epigrams! Tho man who htm.sts of bring ;i cynic is not very dsingerous. W.J.DlLYCc! PLUMBINO HEATING Liquor Concerned in All but One Arrest Made Over Week-End. Eleven cases were handled at police court Monday morning. Two $100 fines were levied. Robert Miller, 2121 Georgia avenue southeast, was fined S100 and costs for reckless driving. He admitted having had a couple bottles of beer before his arrest Saturday night. Earl Wetterling, Garner; was fined $100 and costs for reckless driving. He admitted Monday he had been drinking beer. He was ar rested Sunday night. Edward Chute and' Elmer Brown, both of Mason City, were each fined $25 and costs on charges of intoxication. Vern Tims, A. L. Bloomingdalc, Henry Bolkerman, all of Mason City, each forfeited a 515 bond for failure to appear at court to answer intoxication charges. Steve Waskovilch and Sam Edwards, both of Mason City, and Harry Richter, Garner, were fined $10 apiece on intoxication charges. Dale Patschull, Mason Cky, forfeited a 55 bond for failure to appear to answer a charge of speeding. Selections Are Presented by Students From Local High School. Musical selections were presented by stringed instrument students of the high school directed by Miss Marjorie Smith as the feature of th» program at the Rotary club meeting Monday noon in Hotel Hanford. The your Hi ful musicians were given much applause. A trio consisting of Raymond La- Gasse, violinist, James Stinehart cellist, and Margaret Cooper, pianist, played "Serenade" by Victor Herbert, "By a Brook" by Biosder- effe and "Minet" by .Victor Herbert. These musicians displayed much capable interpretation and technique in this group of numbers. Then a violin quartet, composed of Harry Schulman, Raymond La- Gab-se, Elizabeth Holman and Robert Ditzler played "Arietta" by Hadyn, "Sarabancie" by Bohm and "Lullaby" by Brahms. This was an effective combination of instruments and made especially harmonious blending. Miss Smith playet 1 the piano. . ,, At the close of the meeting B. J. Drummond, president of the club, stated that he heard a program broadcast Sunday from the Roxio theater by 200 musicians who are out of work. He urged that th:t youthiul musical students needed encouragement if t heir talents should be developed. A. W. Beecher was introduced as a new member of Rotary with the classification of hollow tile manufacturing. Guests of tlie club were Sam Kennedy, Clear Lake, Earl Smith and W. O. Prescott. For Exchange 159 acres close to Nora Springs and close to pavement, excellent land and good average improvements. Encumbrance only i?-15 an acre. Will exchange equity for Mason City property.. FOR FUBTIIEB INFORMATION CALL OK WKITE THK UNDERSIGNED. Phone I SI Krc.sjfo Olivet Church Has Musical Service and Address · by Butler The Olivet M. E. church's monthly musical service way largely attended Sunday evening. Ralph Get: furnished the instrumental music playing two piano numbers, a saxophone solo and sang a gospel song with guitar accompaniment. M.-. and Mrs. Rtmcic of Clear Lake, accompanied by their daughter, Dor othy, sang two duets and each sang two soios. The service opened with a song service by the audience W. P. Butler spoke at the Epworlh League service using as his topic, "Washington, the Man." George W. Mannasmith Dies at Home; Burial to Be at Chillicothe George W. Mannasmith, Tfi, died at the I. O. O. F. home here Sunday afternoon. He came to the home from Chilicothe, 111., Dec. 31, 1830. He -is survived by his wife, Ciarr.. Chillicothe. Funeral services will be at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the I. O. O. F. home with the Rev. William Galbrcth in charge. The body will be shippsd to Chillicothe for burial. who still think it is d i f f i c u l t to n h t a i n mnney when they most; lira:! it, are evi:l;-nlly imnxv:iro of o u r convenient rusy payment plan of advancing cr.Kh in imy :invrnil. 11 Smith-Hughes Evening School to Have Banquet The evening school for farmers which has been held this winter at Ventura in connection with the Smith-Hughes work in the consolidated school, will stage its last meeting Wednesday night when a banquet will be served by the teachers of the school. Arthur Pickford. editor of the Globe-Gazette farm page, will address the members on the topic, "Getting the Most Out of Life," from the standpoint of a farmer. The work has been under the charge of S. J. Oberhauser, the Smith- Hughes instructor in the school. Preparations Being Made for Large Crowds at Spacial Sales Evefi'c. The announcement was made Monday that Mason City merchants would observe a dollar day event Thursday, Feb. 28, nl which time it is planned to offer winter and spring merchandise at special prices. . Dollar day will he a city-wide sales event in 'which merchants thi-uout the entire city will participate. Preparations are being made for the largest dollar day crowd in the history of the city. Extra sales persons are to be added. Hundreds of items will be offered for one dollar and a large amount of other merchandise offered at -other one-day sales prices. The merchants' dollar day advertisements will be run in the Globe-Gazette Tuesday and Wednesday. Mason City Delegation to Attend'Large Gathering in Florida. Kiwanians from Maaon City who will attend the fifteenth annual convention of Kiwanis International in Miami, May 3 to 7, will take part in a program showing the vital influence of the service clubs in community, national and international life, according to James Rae, president of the local club. "More than 4,500 Kiwanians are expected in Miami, and they will he the official representatives of 1,875 clubs in the U. S. ant) Canada," said Mr. Rac. Curry W. Watson of Lincoln, Nebr., chairman of the program committee, has announced that men of national prominence in government and business will be the main spankers, and t h a t there will be a series of daily conferences for all delegates on Kiwanis service in under-privileged child work, aid to business and industry, citizenship and character education, urban-rural ralations and vocational guidance. "Besides Raymond M. Grossman, Omaha, president o[ Kiwanis, there- are to !;e in attr-ndance at the convention 10 of the past international presidents of the organization. These are the men who have guided the organization during the years since its origin in 1!H5, and who form a committee which studies all current problems. The men to be present arc: George F. I-Tixon, Rochester, N. Y.; Mercer Barnelt, Birmingham: Harry E. Karr, Baltimore: George H. Ross, Toronto, Out,: l!il- mund F. Arras, Columbus. Ohio; John H. Moss, Milwaukee; Ralph A. Amsnrmn. Srr.i.nton, Pa.; Henry C. Heinz. A t l a n t a ; O. H. Cummings, Dallas; and Horace W. McDavid, Decatur, 111.." rcr.iar'tcd Mr. Rae. N n r d b y e Nomination f o r U. S. Judge Sent by Senate to WASHINGTON, Feb. 2^. (.VI-President Hoover's nomination of G u n n n r II. No re! bye to be the additional federal judge for Minnesota, was sent, to a subcommittee for in- vortigation today by the seriate judiciary committee in response to n pretest by Ponator Schall, republican, Minnesota. In addition to Schatl's protest, the committee clerk said some letter? of complaint had been received. Those were not made public. With a sham f i ^ h t in nroqnect little proinact is soon for Nordhyti's confirmation fcafore tiin March 4 ad- iournment. Unless c o n f i r m e d by ad- j o u r n m e n t , the nr»mi:rition cxuires. Chairman Norrls. of the j u d i c i a r y "ommitlec. anpointed Kcnalnr? nininc, Wisconsin, nnd Stciivsr. Oregon, r?nublicnns. and King, democrat, Utnli, as a subcommittee to consider the nor.iinatio;!. TiKbetts Charged With Embezzlement of $500 W i l l i a m Tiiiiirrtts, rural, was re- easccl on a S"00 bond Monday ful- owing hin f.n- vient. His b c m i n g hn?; i^eon sot for Wednesday :i'' crn.ion before M. C 'Joir v hlori. irr;!i"e of pcp.fc. He is .-':-:;':;rl r: hnyi::;,- i.~.::~'r. 5"00 c!uo to G. K. Cress. Hanford McNider Presides at Annual Meeting of Employes. "I don't think there is a business' in America more highly competitive- than the cement business," declare-1 Col. Hanford MacNider, president o? the Northwestern Stales Portland Cement company, before 300 em- ployes at the annual company banquet at Hotel Hanford " Saturday evening. "It is the ambition of the Northwestern to keen the p'ant vu'vnin-y, not seven months, or nine months o'r eleven months but the entire year " Colonel MacNider said. "You don't realize what a wonderful climate you live in here. I come from a place in which the snow is piled three feet deep ai-ouvd my house." MucjViiler Presents Medals. Gold medals for men who have been employed by the com puny 20 years and silver'medals for em- ployes of 10 or more years were presented by Colonel MacNider Tho Rusty Hinge nur.rtct and ths Vars'ty Club orchwlra rurnimie.; mup.ic. Fred Shaffer played n group of selections on the orean and W. A. Winter, a company salesman accompaicd by Evelyn" Gates, a stenographer, sang a group of songs. Twenty years and over mer honored at the banmiet were: I. 1 , l; Fire Destroys Machine Shed and Poultry House A machine shed and chicken house were destroyed by fire on th3 Paul Alinn farm about nine miles north of Mason City about 10 o'clock Saturday night. A quantity of farm machinery and poultry were destroyed. .Other buildings were endangered by the flames but did not at any time become ignited. The fire may have been caused by gasoline stored in the buildings, neighbors said. A large crowd of neighbors gathered. The farm yard is located on Lime creek. Railroads Mason City's Big Sales Eevent. All five of Mason City's railroads have announced reduced rates to Mason City and return for the ac~ commodation of dollar shoppers on Thursday, Feb. 2G. The reduced rates are applicable on the Great Western from Kenyon. Minn., to Lyle, Minn., inclusive, and from Fort Dodge to Swaleclale, inclusive. On the Milwaukee the special rates are applicable from Calmar to Portland, inclusive and from ISr.imetsburg to · Clear Lake, Inclusive. Tlia M. mid St. L. has announced reduced rates from Liscomb to Rockwell on the south and from Wnseca, Minn., to Manly on the north. On the Northwestern the rate? will apply from Traer to Hanford on Smith, L. S. Atkinson. A. M. I k o n - j ? 0 f, 0 " 1 , 11 "I' 1 £ rom F n l r «"nt- Minn., berry. W. J. Birch, H. S. Sr-ever*; *" """'""' "' " "' '" " "' Ora Pringlo. Charles J. Keel, Sidney Birch, M. F!. Richardson B R .lonrs. Henry Sims, T. H. Stella- Mar tin Peterson. .1. F. Lynch P A Dan^lson. R. H. Meyer, W. C. Thomnson. J. 15. Meye:-. Gold jiiedr.l!; were pr-pent^d to thn five employes of the Inno-roil m;de un of thor.s who have worked with the comnanv 20 yea^~. The men were Richard Rurgraff. Hans M. Hanson, .Ta-ncs Hp.unche.V E. K, Minott and Alf Nelson. Kiehty silver medals were presented to employes who had beeu with the nomnany 10 yen-s or more The men were Ptte De'soinos George Hurfit, Sam Grundy. John 'schack John Pavek. ITnmor Rad"!ifi Charles Cooksio, Thomas Boyle G N. Ivin, Tonv Banakis. W. A. Winter. Joe Kasick, George A. Smith Peter Anderson. fliven Silver Awards. C. A. Hanson. C. B. Harding M Saraargapolue. N. M'-Icrn^amis' Kd Schaffcr. A. V. Clionr-r. Steve-' Barron. L. FrnntK, Hanford MacNidrr !i. J. Cardy. William Ashworlh ' Joo Hall, E. H. McKec. Mox Sc.lHilt3. August Uhrich. Joe Sco- vil'e. H. M. Johnson. R. J B.'rc't A r t h u r Geiasm^r. N. R. Rh r a w Au- Tust Carson. Willi.-m Whoele- T J. Straw. Mat-v Willcs, Gust Bar- nk-s, George Wood. S. A. Becmts-. W. LaviUe, W K Tocid. A. Fanson. P. P.^nOahas' Karl Hosteller, Will'am French C C. Baumgartner. Ole Govig, Pa.,1 Schiesbiirsr, Homer A. Card Tom Desheff. S. Levcntes. M. F. Taylor rtay Howard, Vohn O'Brien Frank Benson. G C. Blankmnre, W. .1. Maytham L_. W. Bittner, B. A. McDonald N Kans-tantilieris. Goorgo Knurtis. W. A. Hind*], William Kordin G T Ashley, J,. Angell. Rd Bsneke Herman Andej-.ion. Ncln Larson T B Allen. G. G region. Eora Guthrio! ·T. n. Paul, P. c. En-let, A A BripgF. F. A. Trc .. u . ?)ri a R Lca : man, C. W. Abbott, C. E. Werthcn- bach. to Hanlontown on the north. The Rock Island rates apply to all noints from Nevada to Owntonna, Minn. The raiJrofuls a-'ino:mcccl one fare for a round trip, with the minimum fare of ST. This anplics to all trains or Feb. 25, arriving j n Mason City ir to Feb. 2" at 3 p. m. The return limit makes it n^""inary for mij-sen- TOL-S. to reach starting point by midnight on Feb. 27. Tickets arn iroof' only in coarlv'F. No bn^nije will be checked and no stopovrrs allo\vod. 'I Am Going to Prosecute! the Case," Local Man Declares. Persistent efforts to retain possession of what is alleged to ho a forged instrument characterize.: the latest bad check deal th'il ha.-, | come to the attention of Mason City officers. The check, which was fni 1 §12, was ensued in a local hardwaii- store, the woman presenting it making a purchase of 55 cents and talc- ing' the balance in change. A few days before, however, tn.i woman had attempted to use the check, which was on the '-Noit:i- western Savings hank of I\'c-,v Hampton," as payment on a purchase made at a local ready-to-wear store here. The mamger of this store, however, knew there was no such bank at New H a m p t o n and made this fact known to the woman. Ik'oamc Indignant. The woman, however, hecame indignant. "I'll IKIVC my husband see about this; you can't insult me in tin.-; way," she told the merchant. The hardware store manager inlu whoso hands the chcclt cmne, SDMI realized the instrument had iui value. It was sent back by hi.s hanker. He continued to retain possession of the check, however. Then began a serious attempt o n ' t h e p;!rt of the maker to regain possession. Soon someone bo^an culling tli-: store by telephone statin;; t h a i money would be sent if the.' rlier-k were sent to I h o woman's husband in Algona. Latin 1 (here came; a telegram from Minneapolis, instructing the store to send the C!K";|: to another town for puynumt. Thi'i r were more telephone IN".Us of Ui" Harm; type. In Ilnnils of O f f i c e r s , The m u t t e r has been [lutced \'.\ the hands of authorities and (nvry effort will bo madi; lo n.-ib ihe n ; - fcudor;;. It is the; plan of t i l e stui i: l o prosecute the case t o t h e - t u l l , i t was stated. "Wo are not i i f i e r t i n said the Klora nuin;i;*cr. going to prosc:;tite lliis c.:u to m a k e thin a lj:;son to think they can forg:; get awLiy with it." It must lie a sad bliv.v t n the waiter v/hon a p n i s p c r o u . j looking c u s t o m e r pencils big liguivs all over the tablecloth and then UV.UVH a ti;u- cent tip.·- (Vtlar Ra;hls (Ja/.rlte. GOOD-BYE ITCHING SKIN Soothing, healing and tremendously e f f i c i e n t , invisible Xonui brings eon! relict to Tlfhini 1 ; Skin. Kvoti w l h ' i e skin is raw and peeling, t h o u s a n d i have found Xemo quickly iv- stoi-e.'i comfort. It helps smooth away blemishes and clc-:'.r un Pimples, Hash and o t h e r minoyin;; 1 i t c h - ing skin and sr:il; i r r i t a t i o n ' : . Kor clean, a n l i ;3]VJc "/ ·,;\:.;\\ ·; i.ii !'::ud. II:::; it f i v c i v . It, ·; ;;''.:-, ']v! i : :v;ant. :irc, GPc ;::iit .^1.00. Sold ev.;rv- where. Harvester Company to Have Dinner at Hanford The M:v;u C i t y b i . m c h of the In- Icrn.'iLi.r.iii! H a i - v i ' s U M - rmn:ruiy of Amoriea will sta^o a d i n n e r at the l l o t o l I l a n f o n l Tuesday evening at G:ll',l o'clock to coniiaoi.iorttle the cne' h u n d r e d t h i'.nniv. vxiry of the invent!::'!! of the ronpev by Cyrus Current l i t : sentence: "When r argue," i-nid Use- man. "my purpose is ( u get at. I h " t r u t h -not. merely t n ail- my opiium.s." !-'c;ii:il:iin lint '!'r;T)u:ii-. nS^St:^^:''"! 1 Not 5 ) c \ v M lo :i A - \ I..,- is -i,- t . /;i:'.^4 / ' R A N K F!A!,A ffE 1 V HEM-ROID, the prescription of Dr. J. S. Loonhardt, is guaranteed lo banish any form of the Pile misery. It gives quick action even in old, stubborn cases. HEM-ROID tablets succeed because they heal and restore the affected parts and remove Wood congestion in the lower bowel--the cause of piles. Only an internal medicine can do this, that's why salves and cutting usually fail. Michael Drug Co.. and druggists everywhere .sell HEM-ROID with guarantee that it cost you nothing if it doesn't end nil Pile agony. Swiftest, Easiest Way to End Bilious Spell When you neglect, those firs!, symptoms of constipation -- bad breath, coaled tongue, listlessnesn. the whole system soon suffer;:. Appetite lags. Digestion slows up. Von become headachy, dizzy, bilious. It's easy to correct sluggish,bowel action! Take a candy Cuscarct tonight. Sec how quickly and pleasantly--the bowels are activated. All the souring waste is gently propelled from the system. Regular am! complete bowel action is restored. Cascarels are made from purc cascara, a substance which doctor. 1 ; agree actually strengthens bowel !:IUM-:-S. All drug stores have Gas- carets. lOc. , BUCK HA\ OR, W. 0. "M AUCH 11'''-' DENTIST Wcii j b fcJ a, LJ ijt, L i-i» lid ;| j j i ^,,,,-..,-,-...,., ; J B I Wu WJ)I WASH or " ! i j \ ^ i v ' j !*!! |i-,|i; f,'.Y : SH t-j j' i; [S GREASK A?-;V CAIl i ' i i j " ' ' **" ''" ' 1J "'" ! ' *~ \ OSTEOl'ATHIC 1'HYSIC'fAN (jcaoral 1'ruoiici 1 -- Kar, Nose, Hurley Homernakers in All Day Meeting | "The Hurley Homemakors club" ^" was entertained at an all day meeting at the homo of Mrs. J. J. Mc- L n i i i f h l i n Thursday. The third lesson on n u t r i t i o n was given by the local leader, Mrs H Bergman. Under her direction a delicious menu was prepared and served lo members and visitors. In the afternoon the bulletins and recipes relative to the lesson were given out. The remainder of the afternoon was turned into a party. The idea of "Washington's Birthday" was carried out in the decorations, program and games. Mrs. Bishop, one of the club members who is moving away from the community, was the recipient of a small remembrance to remind her that the "good wishes" of the mem- , hers go w i t h her to her new home. Refreshments were served in the afternoon. Four visitors, Mrs. Ryburn, Mrs. Scholl, Mrs. Gallagher and Mrs. H. Crown, and 12 club members were present. HAVE COLOR iFcHEEKS If yf.ur shin is yellow--complexion pallid--tongue coated--appetite poor -you have a bad taste in your \ mouth--a lazy, no-good feeling-you should try Olive Tablels. Dr. Kdwnrds Olive Tablets--a substitute for calomel--were p r r pared by Dr. Kdwards after 20 years of study. Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound Know them by their olive color. To have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like childhood days, you mur.t get at the cause. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets act on the liver and bowels liicc calomel -yet have no dp.ngcrous a f t e r effects. They atari Ihe bilo and help overcome constipation. Take n i g h t l v and :ntn the plrn^imr results. Million:: of boxes sold yearly. Ific, 3()c, GOc. (}ii:i|;i'r Slad- or ('h:unpi;;: H A V E YOU S R i-Hi:v;iof,KT ro. C A R W A S H E D First null Wasliiiiirtsin, ,-;. W. ' | ! ' : i ' THE LAZY BOY may liiivn 1'yeslrain. Have his I'lxamiiic:! b :v - As Hefci DR. H. W. KNUTSON, O. D. Over .T. C. I'ennoy Stortt !.. T. S. CLARK Throat M. B. A. Hldjr. Illioiie ;1!)'! BOYD BOWLING CO. so.ii r; !'j;!;'Lz; rr.Vt/;; !·::;:;- Automobile Upholstering , A u t o Tops ami Painting Wrcc'Ji-i -- \Vood\voi ,v A ooi.i.wroij ! ' · : A:^' 1st Class .Job ;u:'.nuileel STALL.13KXT IK ; !';·;:·;. HAIR CUTS B A M G E R AUTO ISOOY SHO Wo' always l.ry In kee our d e l i v e r y I3y ;;ivity;' us y o u r ordor a d ' i y or two in cdva:i'i! fin' L l h i n IJia- mond li^Ips t i h e l p yiu. \'.'iji:n ph.-.' send the next load? Any Style ......... ;JI5 S. Louiiilaiiii GOI-DION OAK HAlll',!'^ !) ii DR. A. OSHANA delivery ffom. i/fii-d Physician ant! Surgeon KHKUMATIS.M Office -- ^109 Fins! ZViitiiuiiil !5a,nl! 1'lionc " v u, ji *j£iz.,f^ uf.-tjtiiit^ CORA COAL ' $7.00 Fireside Fuel Co. Ample in q u a n t i t y and t r u l y delicious, tlmt desnribes the J5 t. U K I' I. A T !v served In t h i s clean modern Cafe each 'lay ' f r o m I I :i. in. t: !I [. m. Try it P I . A T 1 C S , \ U i ' ; STii.i, Tin: n;s"" A l l t i n Uian;, 7 ne\v m a ' e r i a l i have. b l ' i 11 e : : j ) . - ! i l i e . T . ! '.'d V - . ' i l i ) -- V u l '"' " i ' " i ' i i i i e s ;j r e t ' ( i l l I l i n best. e.i i I I M I I !ii."! i , : ' . · · · : · i i v V i I, : .i aiiv j Saves You Money \V'! (Jnole liclow .rust :i I'"ew Our iI:iny ISarge.ins Phone 112-118-111 Free Delivery Kv«ry ll:iy Is Dollar Day Here TM JL fl Pi '·· _£\i l s "\ "*;'."'.' 1 ' rrfTtc-a-'iH.-r-'X'Jf.'i-^.^ite.e'.'^.:!) , CAFE "The Home of (Jnoil 25c SANI FLUSH, I'cr C'an .............. 15c COK.V A N D I'KAS, ',', Cans ............... 2i) I S l.'i:-.-;! H I . S . :··:., ; , ] " : - , , , n C i t y | 1\;: J'AI.MO).I\ r K, or CAMAV, 3 Kiirs for . . 15c ALL IIIIAN S I'iw-l.-ajfi-s . B A N N K K OATS, or Plain, Pkg. .. NASSI conaiio in P.nlk, f'onml .......... Try u priiml -- S I«JTTKi:;\liT COFFfl I'oiir.d Can i.OV.'KII FOOD f ' U U ' ^ S rossinn: A it to *'' '' ;11 *'" ') l " '·'·-·* M.,'/:::.. / J'^ ty^^'ir-tj CiAMI'HKI-L'S TOMATO SOUP, S Cans ....... 30 East State Street. I I .Smith lHiiu:irr M A S O N ( ITIi', lOVi'A

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