Page 13 article text (OCR)
asa^ - ' ;Â· -, : , Sf^e^;fe^ffi.--:':. -.-K 14 \ When thcy_ speak of Prosperity ,or good times being just around the corner, why waste your tlmo trying to find which corner they mean. You can make prosperity for yourself at once by trading at tho Sterling Groceries. . LUKE B. MILLER Sterling No. l Phone 1600-1-2 Sterling- No. 2 Phone 807 Friday -- Saturday ; Monday r"loo,. T i TÂ» --"-.-- v"-Â«- Lake Butter--It Must Be Good Uear Lake Butter, lb. ., 30c SEE OUR DISPLAY OF MONARCH QUALITY PRESERVES Rest--Then Try s COFFEE; lb; ZLZT_r..IllZl37c SS:^tVIb- 8 ;^| S^tT' lb - 25 Â° Air-T.Â«iTcritiiTiÂ»^ *oot, Q t.,-., Â·. MciAughlin s Bulk lea. Ib 49c -irctiDerry. ' Â· Â· Â· ,, - ^^ -Â·Â«" 89cI rCastl Â° Ten PfcS- Â· Â· Â· 25o Monarch Tea," can 25c' 3 Ibs. . . . . . . . . , , . . . . . McLaughlin's 333, lb. '.'.. !s3o --j- '-' - -- -- -- --Â» " w t - Â· Â· Â« . . . jvu U Â« ---Â·Â·Â«Â«Â» jfc._nÂ»| \jtAlA . . . . . ( . . AQ(J Ptirltan Malt, large 49o| Blue Ribbon Malt, large.. .49c : _ Â· - . ; . . -* Quality Pancake Flour That You VVU1 Like Peerless; Pancake Flour, f^"bÂ°pkÂ£ ckwheat \ .......15 C Monarch Golden Bantam. .15o ! Monarch Pumpltin, large..loo Monarch Hominy ,..10c| Monarch' Tomatoes, solid.'.'loo 1 Monarch Mtved Vegetables 15cl Monarch Diced Beets 15c Monarch Diced Carrots Ipo Monarch Kidney Beans 15c Monarch-Carrots and.Peas 20c Monarch Ketchup, Iarg-e.,.19d Â·n A -vr * T^? Â£Â° west price in Over a Year on Bananas -BANANAS; nice ripe ones, Ige. doz. ,19c New Cabbage, lb. ...... Carrots, bunch .'. Lemons, large, dozen. \Grape Fruit, large Â·Â·Â·" Apples, 4 ibs. .....J'.';';'. . 5c Â· Lettuce, large, solid 80 o2Â° 1 c slerv ' large 15 C Â· d5c Â· Oranges, large, dozen..;. .SOo - o? Â· Oranges; medium, dozen. ..256 ..25e.|| Bulk Dates 3 Ibs. '; ,25c . v .,, , . Pimento, Brick, Velveeta - iiratt s Asst. Gheese, American, Swiss, pkg. 17c Peas, largo can lOo I Golden Bantam Corn . ,,:.10o] Tomatoes, can .lOol Sauerkraut, large lOc I Cut Green Beans, large 10o I Cut Beets,. large Pumpkin, can ... Mustard, jar Vinegar, bottle .. Olives, jar . . -10c .10o .10o . lOc .10c ,s CATHOLIC LADEES'AID, ROCKWELL, IQVVA n i enr ^ atU J d Â« JV , M ' U ; Ch 7th ' Am =rican ^^"n Hall. The ! ladies of Rockwell are noted for the wonderful Â· dinners they serve. Monarch Ripe Olives..... .25o I Monarch Pork and Beans, , r8 *oK - . :;....'.,.. Monarch Oats, large .... .'.22o| Monarch Macaroni, 4 pkgs. 25c I MonarcH Food of Wheat. .18p Monarcn Cocoa,- lb. can.... 25o Monarch Fruit Salad, can. .2oc Monarch Asparagus Tip.?.. 25c -- -- c 1 -- i---n"Â« .-Â«*Â« Â·Â· ~.-uÂ£...*uÂ£u Monarch Tapioca, pkg. ... .iQc| Monarch Tuna, can XT .LÂ«! A Keal Treat For You--Extra Fine--Try It National Biscuit Co., Fruited Pudding Cakes 19c Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 f Â°r ,.....ZSo Libby's Tall Milk, 3 for 25c Campbell's Pork arid' Beans, S for 25e Spaghetti, can ....... . lOc Peanut Butter, No. 1, pints Z2c Peanut Butter, No. 1, qts. 39c Mustard, quarts I9c Old Glory Macaroni, 7 pkgs. 25o Pears, large can 17c Libby's Pork and Beans, S . f o r . . . 25o . Graha/n, Raisin Graham Purity Bread Rye, whole wheat, white 5c Fig Bars or Ginger Snaps, 2 lbs. 25o. Banner Oats, large pkg..-. .17o Brooms, good ones, 40e and 59o Oxydol, large pkg - I3c Climax Cleaner ..... .' .iflo Monarch :Cako Flour, pkg.. ,37c Gold Medal Cake Flour... Robb Ross Cake Flour... Prairio Queen Pancake 1 Flour Enright's \Vhole Wheat Flour, pkg 29o 25c National Biscuit Co. jlLVVAYS FBESM 2 lb. Caddy 25c ^ocTMl a - 2s lbt' 8 lbs - Â· 1 cocoa, Z Ibs. ... ..... 2i Bullc c Â° c S- NO/ i; -/b.: :l% Prunes, extra large, Ib ..... lOc 1- ft G 3. aranteei FI "a' 1 Made by the Quaker Oats Co. Big Q. Flour, 49 lbs. . ......... .... ................... _..,, .................... $1.00 Mackeral, can ...lOc 1 Sardines, Mustard, large.. .10c| Sardines, Tomato, .large lOc I Sardines, oil 7 Q I Fish Balls, largo !]"2Sc| Kippered Herring, large . . .IGo Fro.sh Herring, can. 20c Pink Salmon, can lOc Libby's Ilcd Salmon, can..3S c Clover Brand Red,.can 2Sa Hundreds of Ways to Fix Cheese -- Ana Reasonable Cream Cheese, No. 1 fancy, lb 19c English Walnuts, No. 1, lb. 29c Black Walnuts, 8 lbs 25o Fresh Roasted Peanuts, Ib. 15o Nut Meats, fresh, lb 59o Suited Peanuts, lb. 1S O I Chocolate Cherries, lb. box 25c Candy Bars, 3 for lOc Gum, any kind, S for lOo Buy a Can of Crlsco--Any Size --Mixing Bowl FREE A Good Item to Have In the House For a Quick Dessert Royal Anne Cherries, No. 10 Ige. can ........................ 55c , n - m a o f? m f Uty - A Srcat stock at 1 uullt y merchandise to from--caHh or trade. Use parking- place back 'of store ' MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE REPORT OF BELL SYSTEM ISSUED Growth of 122,500 Telephones in U. S. During Last Year Revealed. NEW YORK, March "5.--There was a growth last year, of 122,500 telephones In the Bell system In the United States, as compared with 821,400 .in . 1929 according to the 1930 annual-report of the American Telephone and Telegraph company just released.' -There also "was a slight increase in both the" number of local arid long distance calls. ' "At the end of 1930, there were 15,682,059 telephones owned by the Bell system in the United States and its lines connected with an additional 4,416,000 non-owned telephones. . Today practically every telephone in the United States can be connected with any one of 32,200,000 out of a vtotal of 35,300,000 telephones thruout the world, the report says. At the end of the year, the American Telephone and Telegraph com- ,pany had 567,694 stockholders. The Bell system, including the American Telephone and Telegraph company, the Western Electric company, the Bell Telephone labora- 1 tories and the various associated companies, such as the Northwest- era Bell Telephone company had a total of 394,460 employes; Â· The net earnings of the Bell system for the year amounted to 5 8 per cent on the cost of plant and other assets which at the end of the year totaled 55,000,195,000. MAKCH 5 Â· 1931 Only Two Days Remain to Submit Your Poem in "Big Sister" Contest By CONTEST EDITOR Globe-Gazette. Â· Life is just full of dangers It's getting so that one is afraid to appear on the streets for fear of getting run over and afraid to miss a bridge party for fear of being- run down.--Carol! Herald. ' JOE Goss IS NOW SELLING Furniture Stoves From His New Store at 207 Sixth Street S. W. Fine stock of New and Used Furniture, Cook, Heater and Gas Stoves. No Rent to Pay So All Prices t Extremelj Low. Mt. Goss trades and buys used furniture. Phone 1307 or 942 ONLY TWO MORE DAYS to get that "Big Sister" poem written and sent in! The contest for $10 in gold and an autographed original of the comic strip "Big- Sister," by Les.Forgta.ve, comes to an end Saturday night. Followers of this popular girl heroine, whose adventures with life are depicted in the Glohe-Gazetta every day, should get busy right Â·away. Now in case you've missed the previous announcements of this contest- we're going to give you the rules and prizes again. It'a not too late to send in your contribution. So put on that old 'thinking cap right now. Anyone may enter the contest, young or old. Simply write a bit of verse about "Big Sister," attach your/name and address, and send it in to the "Big- Sister" Contest editor, care Globe-Gazette. Sample poems were published in Monday and Tuesday editions of the Globe-Gazette. (To the writer of the best poem submitted, and all contributions will be judged by the Contest Editor himself, will be awarded $10 in gold and -an autographed original of the comic strip, "Big Sister," by Lcs Forgrave. To be considered for the prize alf poems must be mailed before Saturday midnight. Each poem when mailed must be accompanied by a blank tally sheet such as is used in the Globe-Gazette bridge contest now in progress. Unless so accompanied the poem cannot be considered as an entry for the 510 prize. These tally sheets can be procured at any of the 54 stores and business places co-operating with tha Globe-pazette in the bridge contest. Some time next week, when all the contributions have,been judged,'the name of the winner will be published and the prize awarded. Have you ability as a poet? Now is the time to find out. Mrs. Thomasjs Elected Cresco Group Presiden CRESCO, March 5.--At the an nual meeting of the Women's Oal 'Lawn Cemetery association at the library, Mrs. E. J. Thomas was elected president; Mrs. E. R. Damon Mrs. Mary Marsh, Mrs. Emma John son v Mrs. Melvin Benson, Mrs. Wil Frank, Mrs. W. L,. Barker, Mrs J. J. Lowry and Mrs. Mathilda Walter, all vice presidents, and |Miss Bernice Laidlaw,.. secretary^. For a . . . Smarter Â». * . Snappier Hat for Spring See the Metropolitan All the new shades--in all the feature shapes. .00 Hats can make or break your appearance. The smart shapes in the new Metropolitan Hat will give you that dressed up feeling that only goes with Quality Clothes. EVEItV HAT ELABORATELY TRIMMED WITH SKINNEK SATIN MASON CI1Y.IA. CHESTER WINS IN DEGLAM CONTEST Cresco Is Second in Howard Competition and Elma Ranks Third. CRESCO, March 5.--IrT the Howard county declamatory contest .at Lime Springs , Tuesday, evenin" Cheater won 10 points,' Crea^o nine Elma seven and Lime Springs one First places were won by Luverne Plummer, Chester, in the oratorical class; Kathleen Kelly, Chester, dramatic, and Janet Collins, Elma humorous. Second places By Ear! Thomas, oratorical; Naomi Schles- selmau, dramatic ,and David Loughrey, humorous, all of, Cresco, and third places by Inez Russell, Elma, in the oratorical; Roberts Mabry Elma, dramatic, and Marian Schott' Lime Springs, humorous. Prof Talley, Luther college, Decdrah, was critic judge. The school winning the most points receives the Kiwanis cup for one .year. DecoraK Youth Hurt When Struck by Auto DECORAH, March 5.--Van Butler, who was struck by- a car Sat- Jrday afterngon, is still confined to 113 bed. Van. was on roller skates and while crossing Water street,was. struck by a.car driven by Ed Hansen. The wheels of- the car passed over both the boy's legs below the cnee, but he was not seriously inured. Van is a stellar player on he Decorah high pchool team. rlatchery Is Started by Brothers at Riceville RICEVILLE, March 5.--Evans brothers will open a Riceville branch of the Logan avenue hatchery of Waterloo March 10. Frank and Earnest Evans, who moved to Riceville from a farm near Garner a few years ago, will do nothing but custom hatching in the Riceville slant this year but will supply the ilood tested stock thru the Water- oo house. Ernest said he expected to run a 10,000 egg incubator this ;eason. BUREAU PROGRAM GIVEN IN CRESCO Dates for Drama Contests i Howard Announced; Foui Districts Enter. CRESCO, March 5.--V e r n o Springs. township Farm Burea gave a program in McCarthy ha Tuesday evening-. County Agen Paul Payne showed two reels o moving pictures illustrating the ad vantages . of commercial fertilize for growing crops. The Misses Syl via Fields, Aleen Barnes and Jeai Lewis favored the audience with a number of.readings and Miss Opa Hayes sang solos. A musical stunt was given bj Adell Betts and Merlys Johnson and a home talent play was staged by six local farm persons as at entry in the county .drama contest The cast was composed of Mrs. W J. Webster^ Mrs. Walter Johnson Mrs. John Kakac, Miss Viola Bar thelrae, John Pierce and C. C Nichols. Two townships in each of = four'tfistricts of Howard county are putting oh drama contests, a tota of eight, participating! Thursdaj evening, Oakdale and Jamestown in districts will compete iu'the high school auditorium at Riceville Friday evening, Paris and Howan Center in district 2 in. the high school gymnasium at Lime Springs- Saturday evening, Chester and Saratoga in district 3 in trie communitj iiall, Chester; Tuesday evening Vernon Springs and New Oregon in district 1, place to be determine: later. ) The final contest on March 12 will ba at McCarthy hall, Cresco Howard is 'one of'five counties in the state to engage in a similar contest. Riceville Businessmen Give Final Free Show RICEVILLE, March 5.--The last f the weekly free shows for farm- srs given by the businessmen of iiceville' was Wednesday evening. For the past six weeks the businessmen of the town have paid the cost f running a talking picture every Wednesday. It is estimated that about 5,000 attended. Officers of P. E. 0. at Osage Named at Session OSAGE, March 5.--The new officers .of the P. E. O. chapter named at the thirty-fifth anniversary meeting Tuesday .evening were: President, Mrs. Mattie Buraham; vice president, Mrs. Mabel Savre; recording- secretary^ Ruth Dockerty; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Ruth Burnham; treasurer, Fay Bartlett; chaplain, Mrs. Faith Hill; guard, Mrs. Zadie Stearns. Grade Pupils Will Give Exhibition at DecoraK DECORAH, March 5.--The exhibition by .the grade-pupils, under the direction of Miss Carlson, physical training instructor, will be held in the gymnasium of the new building March. 10 and 11. Dolls of various types .in;; native costumes will : be represented 'by. thei r 'pupils of :~the lower grades. HOW CAN YOU SMOKE THOSE 6 IG, FAT CIGARS? THEYCIVE MÂ£ INDIGESTION * *-,, --. i.- , . |t ^ THAT'S EASY* I ALWAYS BAT TU1MS FOR MY TUMMY Smoking (or some food you like, m_a y d i s a g r e e with you, causing a distressing, gassy feeling, heartburn, sour stomach or indigestion. .For almost immediate relief, eat two-or three Turns--often one Turn is enough. Delicious, sweetens the breath. Get ahandyrolltodayatany drug store. Only 10 cents, fk 302 Farmers Are Guests at Algona Celebration ^ALGONA, March 5.--Manager ifatt Murtha of the International Harvester company and members of he Fort Dodge office were hosts at a company celebration to the armera in thia community. Enter- ainment consisted of free moving icture shows, a free luncheon and tie donation oi several worthy rizes. Luncheon was served to 302 arm era. Brighter Days! You need not punish a sluggish system with purgatives that do violence. Just chew a pleasant Cascaret before bedtime. Next morning you'll be a new person. Candy Cascarets are made from cascara--which doctors say actually strengthens the bowel miucles. So their action is always beneficial. They clear up a stubborn, bilious, headachy and constipated condition every time. You awake with coating gone from tongue; with eyes brightened) breath sweetened! appetite on edge. For a bright morning, try a' Cascaret tonight. Then you'll know why 20 million boxes are used every year. ARISTOCRATIC FOOTWEAR Such Style.., Such FH... Such Qualifyl America's Outstanding Footwear BlLLIKEN Arch Shoes . c o m b in e ultra - m o d e r n smartness with extreme FOOT C O M F O R T MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT SPECIALS ''Princess Peggy' Pajamas Amazingly good values. Another one if yours fades. Rayon Pajamas In either-new one piece style or two piece style. $1.49 ECONOMY BASEMENT Feature Values in Curtains Buy now while the assortment is largest and be ready for cleaning time. 79c ECONOMY BASEMENT Corsetry Choose from these smart foundation garments for your Easter costume now. Corselettes and Wraparound?. 98c and *1J8 Fuft-Fashioned Silk Hose A low price in the; lovely colors you're wanting for spring. Very, very slightly irregular. We are seldom ab!e to find an irregularity. 67c pr. ECONOMY BASEiHENT -f ' Face Badly Disfigured. Ashamed to See Friends. Cuticura Healed. "My trouble began with little red blotches appearing all over my face Later they turned into hard, large, red pimples that were very irritating. They itched and burned something terrible, and some nights I could not sleep because of the irritation. I was ashamed to see my friends because my face was so badly disfigured. "I read an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for a free sample of each. I purchased more and in about a month I noticed the pimples were gradually disappearing. It took about four months before I was completely healed." (Signed) Miss Helen Buklek 4112 ML Vernon Ave.; Milwaukee, Wis. ' Soap 2Sc. Ointment iS and SOc. Talcum ZSc. Sold everywhere. Sample each free. Address: "Cuticur* Laboratories, Dept. H, MÂ«WÂ«n. Mix." t I '