The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 2, 1931 · Page 16
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 2, 1931
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16 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE_ )WA PRISONS IN 1927 GAINED BUT FEW IN INMATES 184 7 Were Admitted and 73 | Discharged, According I' to Census. f By EADFORD B. MOBLEI i 1 «, staf f Correspondent J WASHINGTON, March 2.--The j number of prisoners In Iowa prisons i and reformatories increased from S.014 to 2,157 during the year 1927 . there having been 847 admission! ; curing the year and'only 734 dls ; Charges, It was learned here todaj ; whehsrpsults of the 1927 census of prisons wafe made public by the census bureau. · . These prisoners were distributed among three institutions in the State, the men's reformatory at An- ·mosa with 926, the women's reformatory at Rockwell City with 86, and; the state prison at Fort i^adison with 1,032 prisoners. _The number of male prisoners increased from 1,958 to 2.071 during the year, while the female inmates did not vary. .The average daily population of the Iowa prisons and reformatories In 1827 .was 1,133, an increase over the corresponding figure of 1,115 for 1926. This 1927 figure of popula-' tion may be compared with the normal capacity of institutions in the State estimated in 1927 at 1,226. . Of the 709 males and 51 females received in the Iowa, institutions from the. courts In 1927, 17 men ha-i been convicted on homicide charges, S3 men on statutory charges, 43 of robberies,' 12 assaults, 129 burglaries, 95 forgeries and nine embezzlements. Other charges were property theft, 11; fraud; 15; larceny, 20C; sex offenses excluding statutory charges, .'46; liquor violations, 17; drug violations, 1; carrying weapons, 9; hon-suport or neglect of pons, 9; non-support or neglect of oua offenses. . Gandhi finally" won. There isn't any way to bribe a man who feels dressed up in a nightshirt--Fond Ha Lac Commonwealth Reporter. HOPES FOR FREEDOM This Is-a recent photo of Mai S. Daugherty, brother of former Attorney General Harry M. Dangherty, who has been on trial, at Washington Court House, Ohio, charged with defrauding the defunct Ohio State bank, of which he was president. HursH Foreclosure Proceedings Started in Court at Waverly WAVERLY, March 2.--Foreclos- ire proceedings , against Mr; anc Mrs. H. E. Hursh and involving:the new J. C. Penney company building, he Rosalie apartments and other iVaverly property owned by Mr. and Jrs..Hursh have been started by he Spahn and Rose Lumber com- any^and the Washington Loan and ?rusf company, under a $10,000 mortgage made Nov. 19, 1930. Failure to furnish insurance and failure o pay certain liens, including a lien or $4,687.01 held by Jena Oleson and Sons Construction company are fiven as reasons for foreclosure. The Wickersha'm commission did a good job, at that. You couldn't xpect more than 11 opinions from 1 men.--Now York Telegram. Sterling No. ,1 13 N. Federal Phone 1600-1-2 Sterling,No. 2 812 S. Penn. Phone 807 TUESDAY -- WEDNESDAY -- THURSDAY We reserve the right to limit quantities · Yon can always depend on Clear Lake Butter-being good Clear Lake Butter, Ib. ,,_....__.......,_.__ ;__.·; _3lc Northern Beans, 4 Ibs Z5c Rice, Finey, 6 Ibs. ... 25c Prunes/ med. size, 8 Ibs. . -25o Bulk Macaroni, 3 Ibs. .....25c Bulk Cocoanut, No. 1, lb.-1.2Br. I Bulk Oatmeal, 9 Ibs. ..;.. .25c Bulk Cocoa, 2 Ibs 25c Lima Beans, 2 Ibs. .25c Peaches, Fancy, Ib lOc Apricots, Fancy, Ib. I lOo Cheese very healthful, and very Cream Cheese, Fancy No. 1 Grac reasonable Grade, Ib. ...,, 19c Mackerel,' Ige. can ....... ,10o Sardines, Mustard, Ige. .. ..10o Sardines, Tomato, Ige. .'... lOo Libby's Bed Salmon, Ige. ..SSc Fish Balls, Ige. ........... ,25e I Pink Salmon, Ige. can ....lOc Kippered Herring, Ige. ....15c Fresh Herring, Ige. can .. .20c Clover Brand Red Salmon . .29c Monarch Red Salmon, Ige. 8Bc Cheese and Macaroni make a seasonable dish Old Glory Macaroni, good grade, 7 Ige. pkgs 25c · Peas, Ige. can ;iOc Sauerkraut, Ige. can ...... lOo Pumpkin, Ige. can ........lOc Cut Green Beans, Ige. lOc Sweet Corn,.Ige. .lOc I Golden Bantam Corn, Ige, . .JOc Pears* Ige. can 17c Tomatoes, can lOc Spaghetti, Ige, can Iflc Mustard, jar lOo Good size and good cookers, try them. Potatoes, peck 22c; bushel ,,,, .-..; ..85c Monarch Oats, Ige. pkg. .. .22c| Monarch Cake Flour, pkg. 27cl Monarch Cocoa, can SSc. I Monarch Tapioca, pkg. ...10c[ Monarch Macaroni, 4 pkgs. 25c| Monarch Preserves, Ige. ..3ac Monarch. Food of Wheat,.. 18c Monarch Noodles, can 19c Monarch Chow Me In 19c Monarch Chop Suey.'veg. . .29c California Sunldst, full of juice. · Oranges, good size, 2 doz _,,_.,,. __35 C New Cabbage, Ib .5c Lemons, Ige. doz. ........35c Apples, 4 Ibs. 25c Tangerines, 2 doz. 25c Nut Meats, Fresh, Ib. .... .59c I Head Lettuce, Ige, 8c Celery, stock iflu Grapefruit, Ige 5c English Walnuts, No. 1 Ib. 2Bc Black Walnuts, 3 Ibs .26. A Guaranteed Flour Big Q Flour, 49 Ibs. ____ __$1.00 Monarch Golden· Bantam Monarch Peaches, Ige Monarch Spinach, Ige Monarch Hominy, can ... Monarch Peas, Ige. can . Monarch Pumpkin, Ige. 15c Monarch Ketchup, Ige. ... 19* Monarch Mixed Vegetables 16c Monarch Grapefruit, can ..10u Monarch Grapefruit Orange 25c National Biscuit ALWAYS FRESH Graham's 2 IB. faddy 25C Fig Bars or Ginger Snaps , . 2 ibs .....25ef Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 for 3 Ubby's Tall Milk, 8 for ...SScI Van Camps Beans, 3 for .. .25c| Campbells Beans, 3 for .;.25r Powdered Sugar, S !bs. for 25c Brown Sugar, S Ibs 25r Oxydol, Ige. pkg. 19c Gloss Starchy 3 pkgs. · . . . .25i Com Starch, 3 pkgs 25' Keep Op With The New Kitchen Styles At No Cost. New Style Mixing Bowl Free With Purchase Can Crlsco. For Plea --: Salads -- For Dessert, they are good. White Royal Anne Cherries, No. 10 Ige. can ._..55r, Oyster Shells i Block Salt ....45cfc BuJh Oats, 90 Ib. bag §!4.15 Laying Mash, bag $-.»» , 1KB. FARMER: Bring ns your eggs, prices are advancing. Cash or trade. Use free parking place. Vets Not in Need Asked Not to File Requests for Loans DBS MOZNfJS, March 2. (INS)-Veterans not actually;in need are asked to refrain from immediately filing askings with the American Legion national legislative and rehabilitation offices, under the newly enacted compensation loan act passed by congress. It is anticipated that facilities of both the legion offices and those of the national government will be taxed to capacity. : / . . . . The request that veterans not actually In financial straits postpone askings so that those t needy men who ask for money may be immediately taken care of is made so that all may be answered more efficiently. ' , The request is also made that as soon as a veteran makes an application for a loan, that he not write letters or send telegrams later as these will only tend to slow up the work. The Veteran's bureau feels that it MARCH 2 1931 can get out 400,000 loans during the first month after the money is aiyailable, according to ^word received at Legion headquarters at Des Moines. The American Legion, in order to assist veterans in applying for loans has had forms printed and will have them in the hands of all post adjutants not later, than Wednesday, it % was stated. Veterans who have their certificates in their own possession should apply for their, loans to the nearest regional office of the Veteran's hureau. Sargent in Hampton Hospital Suffering Accident Injuries HAMPTON, March 2.--G. B. Sargent is convalescing in the Lutheran hospital from an accident in which,' both bones in his right leg were broken. Mr. Sargent and a crew of men were hauling building material from Alexander to the site of the Great Lakes Pipe Line company's building southeast ol Alexander and while unloading a large steel plate from a freight car the clamp holding the plate slipped and the piece fell, striking Mr. Sargent on the leg and knocking him over. Produce Dealers Organize. . COLUMBUS JUNCTION, March 2. GRProduce dealers of Louisa, Washington and Muscatlne counties organized a tri-county assocla- tion and will study uniform methods ,of grading and handling produce.. Hal Reister of Washington is president and Fay Hankins of Muscatine secretary-treasurer. 200 Attend Goldfieia Community Club Session '. GOLDFIBLD, March.2.--The regular monthly meeting of the Community club was held at the Memorial hall with more than 200 in attendance. This was ladies' night with the Liberty township Booster club furnishing a two hour program. Frank BJornson served as chairman of the Liberty Boosters. It is wonderful to see the agility with which a lame duck can chase a new job.--Detroit Free Press. The CAMELS | are coming. This ?· t Camel package in tehich a significant change has recently been mad* REWARD for the best answers to this question What significant change has recently been made in the wrapping of the CAMEL package containing 2O cigarettes what are its advantages to the smoker? '·9 I; ma Wednesday IWght Tmne im the Ctunel Hour ·HN. 9.30 to 10.30 8.30 to 9.30 7.30 to 8.30 6.30to 7.30 . . Eastern Tirne . . Central Time . Mountain Time . . Pacific Time Ov«r Station* WJZ, WBZA, WBZ, WHAM, KDKA, VJR, WCAR, KYV,WLW,WRVA.WSJS WJAX.VFIA.WIOD, WREN. 11.15 to 12.15 10.15 to 11.15 9.15 to 10.15 8.15 to 9.15 . Eastern Time . · Central Time Mountain Time .. . Pacific Time WHAS, WSM, WSB, WMC, WAPI, WJDX, WSMB, KTHS. WTMJ, KSTP, WEBa WHY, WBAP, KPRC, WOAI, KOA, KSlZ KTAB.KGO.KECA, KFSD.KGW.KOMO. KHQ.KFAB. First Prize, $25 9 OOO Second Prize, $1O,OOO Third Prize, $5,OOO For the five next best answers . $1,OOO each For the five next best answers . $5OO each For the 25 next best answers . $lOOeaeh Conditions Governing Contests 1 Ar^swers limited to 200 words. 2 Write on one side of the paper only. 3 No entries accepted that bear a postmark later than midnight, March 4,1931. 4 Contest open to everybody except employes and executives of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and their families. 5 In case of ties, the full amount of award will be paid to each of the tying parties. O It is not necessary to buy a package of Camel cigarettes in order to compete. Any store that sells cigarettes will permit you to examine the Camel package containing 20 cigarettes. AU eo«au«ie«cao M muutt fte tuUn*sni t* Contest Editor-K. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Win*ton-Sal*m, JV. C. Judges: · CHARLES DANA GIBSON Famous nittstrator and Publisher of "Life" ROY W. HOWARD Chairman of the Board, Scripps Howard Newspapers · , RAY LONG President, International Magazine Company, and Editor of "Cosmopolitan" · AND STAFF Contest open only until MIDNIGHT, MARCH 4, 1931 ' (Winners will be announced as soon as possible after contest doses)

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