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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, F E B R U A R Y 4 FIFTEEN Peterson Sentenced to 30 Days on Charge of Larceny in Store Tom M. Petei'soh, 1G17 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, was sentenced to serve 30 days in the counly jail by Police Judge Morris DISCOVERED Way to Relieve Coughs Q U I C K L Y IT'SBYreliivinxio/JhtlieirrUatedUBjUMofttu Uiroat and bronchial tubes. One set of ingrfr- dietita in TOLEV'S I3ONEY t TAB quickly relieves tickling, hacking, coughing . ; , eoata and soothes irritated throat linings to keep you from coughing. Another s'el actually entera the blood, icHchea the affected bronclii.il tubes, loosens phlegm, helps break up cotj^h and spttds rtterery. Clieck a couuli due t u a cold before it gets worse, before others catch it. Check it with FOI.EV'S IION'KV TAIL It givea quick relief And stetltil-np itcureiy. Laird in police court'Thursday on a charge of larceny. Peterson was arrested by police at the J. Cj Penney store about 4:45 o'clock Wednesday a/ternoon when lie was alleged to stolen a zipper jacket from have the store. Pete C. Martinez, 704 Sixth street southwest, Richard J. Mix, 1501 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, and Oscar Stady, transient, were each fined ?10 and costs on charges of intoxication. A. H. Quin, Creston . Veterinarian, Dies CRESTON, (;?)--Dr. A. II. Quin, Sr., southwest Iowa veterinarian, died at his home here late Wednesday night. He was a former vice president'ot the Iowa Veterinary Medical association. Three daughters and a son survive. I E T Y Fruit Go. Phone 748-749 33 East State Street Free Delivery Fresh Vegetables and Fruit Fresh Strawberries, Florida, pt. box . . . 19c Radishes. 3 bunches lOc Grapefruit, Texas Seedless, An?.. ... 39c Apples, Winesaps, bskt. S2.15; 4 Ibs. . Fresh Rhubarb, Hot House, 2 Ibs .. 29c Yonnf Onion, 3 bunches . . . lOc Potatoes, Rurals, very good grade, pk .SOc Green Peppers, each 5c Avocadoes, Mushrooms, Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Green Hcans, Celery Hearts, Celery, Cabbage, Red Cabbage, Cauliflower, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Lettuce, Spinach, Endives, Carrots, Beets, Turnips, New Potatoes. TRY MRS. BARCLAY'S HOME BAKIIS 7 G Coffee, Atwood's, ful glass free, II) beaut i- 29c Large Fancy ,. Apricots, tree ripened, II, Coffee, Hill Bros., Folgcr's Ib. SOc; J-Q 2 Ib. can DOC Miracle Whip, quart 37c Fresh Pecan Meats, large halves, II). . . Parsley, bunch . 5c Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 for 25c MONARCH FINER FOODS See It in Glass--Bviv It in Tin Monarch Tomato Â£* ^Tuicc, 9'/z oz. can . . DC lonarch Coffee, ^jr* b. /DC Monarch Golden Corn, size 2 can Bantam ,15c Monarch Grapefruit Juice, size 2 can, 2 for 29c Monarch M;illo\vcttcs, tiny Marshmallows, p 3 oz OC Monarch Cocoa, Ib 15c Monarch Earb r J u n e Peas, 15c Monarch Toffie Rum-Butter, Ih. 25c Phone S2'l South Federal Ave. Free Delivery Catholic Daughters Make Plans to Give Card Party Tuesday A benefit card party is being sponsored by the Catholic Daughters ot America at the Moose hall Tuesday evening. This will be the last affair before Lent. Mrs. Harold Dunn as chairman is being assisted by Mrs. Ray Hofer, cochairman. Mrs. I. R. Weaver is in charge of the refreshments and Mrs. J. J. Boyle is her first assistant. A Valentine motif will be curried out in the menu nnd decorations. Soitie 20 members of the girl's drill team will serve. The usual business meeting which was scheduled for Feb. 9 is postponed until Thursday evening, Feb. IB. Â·--o-- Miss Agnes Busche Weds George Neil The marriage of Miss Agnes Busche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Busche oÂ£ Carroll and George Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Neil of Crandlako, Minn., took place at the Holy Family church Feb. 2 with the Rev. H. S. Bohrer officiating. The bride was attired in a beige crepe gown with brown accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses. She was attended^ by Miss Mary Murphy who wore a black dress with black accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses. The bridegroom was attended by C. James Shultz. The bride has been employed at the Mercy hospital for the past year. They will make their home on a farm near Garner. --o-- O'CONNOK-PAtlLTJS ROCKFORD--Announcement is made of the marriage ot Miss Myrtle Paulus,. daughter oÂ£ Mr. and Mrs. John Paulus oE Rockford, and Richard O'Connor, son oÂ£ Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Connor of Car- lorsv'illc, which toolc place at Holy Name'Catholic church Wednesday. The couple was attended by Miss Catherine Paulus, sister of the bride, and Raymond O'Keefe. The Rev. Paul LilValettc, pastor of the church, officiated. The nuptial music was played by Mrs. Dennis McManus and the choir was directed by Carl Cunningham. They will be at home on a farm of the bridegroom's father two miles south of Carlers- ville after March 1. Legislative Group to Meet on Friday The legislative committee of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce is continuing its study of bills before the Iowa legislature with sessions every Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the school administration building. A number of bills have been scheduled for study this week. The legislative committee under the chairmanship of Dr. W. E. Long, includes R. D. Austin, H. E. Bruce, T. F. Cain, H. L. Campbell, H. F. Clough, Leo Davey, Dr. C. E. Dakin, H. L. Green, J. H. Marston, George Ludcinan, O. A. Merkel, Shad Morgan, E. R. Ncl- cott, H. D. Page, 6. A. Satter, L. S. Thompson, M. E. Van Essen, C. O. Wilkinson, Louis Wolf and R. B. Irons. Mason City Police Auxiliary Sponsors Benefit Card Party The Mason City Police Auxiliary held a benefit card party at the P. G. E. auditorium Wednesday evening with 90 persons present. Contract,, auction and 500 were played. Prizes for contract went to Mrs. Ervin Vaughn, Mrs. J. C. Gearhart and Mrs. John Hughes; auction, Art McCoid, Mrs. J. J. McCole and Mrs. W. R. Swanson, and for 500, Mrs. Clifford Gray, Mrs. W. F. Huffman and Mrs. J. 11. Munson. The cloor pri'/.e \vas .won by Mrs. W. R. Swanson. The committee on arrangements included Mrs. John Hrubctz, Mrs. Ralph Schiffman and Mrs. Ernest Â·Linnen- kiimp. CAVITT-TKAMPLE KLEMME--Paul Cavitt of Vienna, 111., and Miss Weinke Trample daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Trample, were married at the home of the bride's parents. Mr and Mrs. Peter Trample witnessed the ceremony which was performed by the Rev. Calvin Grosshuesch of the Klemme Reformed church. They will live at the home ot the bride's parents for a while. JURY EXCUSED UNTIL FEB. 15 Trial of John Hammond's Case Continued by Judge Beavdmore. Jurors who reported to Judge T. A. Beardmore in district court here Thursday morning tor trial duty were excused until Monday, Feb. 15, when II. H. Uhlenhopp, I Chicago, recently went to Wash- MARION OLSON IN WASHINGTON Working Under Reeves of Chicago University on Vocation Program. Marion E. Olson, Cerro Gordo county agent, who has been in Chicago several months on graduate work at the University oÂ£ Hampton attorney, bore out reports oÂ£ his illness by driving to Mason City and presenting a physician's affidavit which stated that any trial work at this time might dangerously impair his health. Judge Benrdmorc ihen continued the trial oC John Hammond's damage case against the city of Mason City, in which V. A. Mettler and Uhlen Hopp appear for the plaintiff. A jury disagreed in the original trial ot the action, Hammond alleges the city was negligent in failing properly to maintain the west city limits road a short distance north oÂ£ the north highway between Clear Lake and Mason City. A car in which Hammond was a passenger turned over when it led Â· the grade, resulting in permanent facial injuries to Hammond. ington, D. C., for special work on a vocational educational program F. \V. Reeves of the University of Chicago, it was pointed out, has been named chairman of a vocational education project. Mr Reeves placed Dr. Barton Morgan from Iowa State college at Ames on his staff and Mr. Olson was Riven an assignment under Dr. MorgEin. We don't trust this spindle- egged antique furniture. Nothing hat frail could survive three generations of small boys. Neutrality act; Tying our hands while we're so cool so we can't act silly when we Bel excited.--Wisconsin State. Journal. M K A I . S THAT SATISFY It is easy to foresee disaster. 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Spend a few cents today at any pood dfURStore for a bottie of triple ncti BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE -- take a couple doses and sleep sound all night long -your irritating cough of bronchitis is under control. One little sip and the ordinary couch Is on Us way -- conlinuv for 2 or 3 days nnd often you'll hear no more from that toiifjh old hang-on cough that nothinf seems to help- if not joyfully xatisfiw with PUCKLEY'S MIXTURE money bacfc, Tluxtiiblc Co. Tittle Bros. PACKING CO. 105 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 093 SPECIALr-FRIDAY - SATURDAY--SPECIAL FRESH COUNTRY STYLE PORK SAUSAGE . . YARD 29c 512 1st St. S. W. LET US SAVE YOU MONEY PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Phones 112-113-114 FLOUR Jersey Cream, 1H Ibs. .. S1.G5 Omiir Flour, 49 Ibs SI.8!) Sunbeam Flour, 49 Ibs. .. 51.8!) 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Uncolored Japan TEA S1FTINGS, per Ib TEA 'iS' Green, per Ib.. . 25c Black, per Ib.. 35c COCOA u"Â°my 2-lb. can 15c TOBACCO P. A., Kentucky Club, Velvet, per can Get Your Cegarcts Here Fresh Roasted Peanuts, 2 Ibs. 25c Apricots, 2 cans 25c Peaches, large c a n . . . 1 5c Apricots, large c a n . .. 1 5c Pineapple, 3 c o n s . . . 25c Pears, large c a n s . . . . 15c Fruits for Salad, c a n , . 1 5c Blackberries, can. . . . 1 9c Pineapple, large c a n . . 31c 2--1-lb. Cans. . . . 2-lb. B o x . . Ibs. 2 Ibs. No. 1, Large and Clean, doz. We are out of the High Rent District and are passing the saving on to you. We have plenty of good parking space here for all--or Phone us your orders. We arc as close to you as your phone. 3 Phones 112, 113, 114 F R E E D E L I V E R Y 512 First Street S. W.