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February 18, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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· » I I! EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 18 · 1937 j«' I IX '5 \ ? }\\ I I I · i j k F ·U KANSAS BANS SALE OF BEER Approval of Senate, Gov. W. A. Huxman Would .. Make Ban Law. TOPEKA, Kans., (.*)--Only two legal blows were needed Tuesday to hammer the bung back tightly in the beer barrel in Kansas. The state house has passed a bill to ban beer and all other beverages with any alcoholic content. It would become law if approved by the senate and Gov. Walter A. Huxman, democratic successor to Alt ]W. Laridon, The foamy beverage, mostly of the 3.2 variety, has flowed freely --without benefit to the state treasury--since 3933 in Kansas where Carry A. Nation once swung her hatchet and threw rocks at a saloon painting of "Cleopatra at the bath." Jury after jury monotonously has ruled that 3.2 beer was safe enough ioi 1 Kansas. Some even approved of stronger beer. Governor Huxman, in his message to the legislature, said it was necessary "that a law bo passed defining the alcoholic content of an intoxicating drink" and urged: "Let us not stultify ourselves by deliberately calling that non-intoxicating which 'common sense and reason tells us is intoxicating, or on the other hand call that intoxicating which common sense and reason tells us is non-intoxicating." The senate, acting ahead of the house, passed a bill for a revenue tax on malt beverages.. Whether the branches will agree or com- promise is a matter to be threshed out. Kansans defeated, in 1934 a proposal to repeal the constitutional prohibitory amendment. Drys argued the vote was a mandate to outlaw 3.2 beer. Beer advocates retorted the brew was not involved. It's a frothy battle. Kites to Be Friday. NEW HAMPTON--Funeral services for Ernest L. Hidy, '43, former businessman, who died Tuesday evening from pneumonia, will be held Friday morriing at 8:30 at his home on North Chestnut avenue, with the Rev. W. D. Spiker, pastor of the Congregational church officiating. Implement Interest Sold. WHITTEMORE--The S. S. Tande Implement company sold its inter.- ests in the Whittemore implement business to H. C. Bauer of Wesley. Mr. Bauer owns and operates an ASK YOUR DECKER DEALER PURE PORK SAUSAGE a I mplement shop in Wesley and will nave someone manage the \Vhit- temore shop. Mr. Heekerson who managed the shop lor the Tande company has not announced his plans for the future. THE CHEESE STORE Brick or American p ^ Process Cheese, 2 Ib. box04C Try This Fish Norsk Smoreasild. o p They're delectable, p(.«5DC Crisp Northern Grown Sweet Pickles, (M 1 A gallon i , « f » l . l U Sweet Pickle Relish, nn pint 35c; half pint UC 35c Double Rich Salad Dressing, q u a r t , . Half Pound Package Cheese--five kinds .15c Alaska Fink Salmon, Z tall cans .' Red Ripe Tomato Catsup, Kalian jup .... Kenyon's Dutch Lunch Barbecue Sauce or* ..$1 15c Mild American full Cream Chese, Ib. . .. 19c Chicken and Efts Noodle pinner, large jar Strictly fresh Eggs, not graded, dozen ..... 25c Kenyon's "fresh churned" Butter (save the OJl wrappers). JTt 2 C .SOKlNDSOFCHttSt f IfJT ST. Si MAX* CITY SAME PRICES CLEAR LAKE STORE DRIP GRINDI f OR DRIP POT OR. S/LEX BUTTER-NUT "DRIP GRlND"tf BEST. IT GOES FARTHER- YIELDS fLAVOR QUICKER. 'REGULAR GRIND"KTHl /DEAL COFFEE FOR POT OR PERCOLATOR By its new "Special Mellowing Process" Butter-Nut gets the very best out of choice coffees. It is a method of maturing and curing the coffee that is stopped at exactly the point where the peak of flavor is reached. It reduces natural acids until only a faint, pleasing tartness remains. It makes the flavor richer, smoother and more delightful. Delicate qualities are brought out that add greatly to its charm. Special Mellowing is exclusively a Butter-Nut process, discovered by Butter-Nut experts. It assures you more and finer flavor in every pound of coffee. Thousands of women have switched to new Butter-Nut. How about you? BullrNu o tie e Diamond Bros. 205 NORTH FEDERAL I SPECIALS--FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I 205 NORTH FEDERAL Spare Ribs Meaty 15c Pound Bacon Canadian SJyle Pound Sausage Pork -- Fresh Ground 2 Pounds 25C Lard 100% Leaf 2 Pounds . . . . 29C FRESH GROUND BEEF/2 ibs .. 25c | FRESH OYSTERS, Quart 49c Sirloin or Short Cut STEAK Pound 19c HAM PATTIES Choice, Pound . ...... 19c Rolled Rump or RIB ROASTS No Bone, Pound BACON SQUARES Sugar'Cured Pound 19c BEEF Short Ribs; Nice f «*f / . to Bake, Ib 1Z/2C Roasts, Choice, Ib.. 15c PORK Chops, Center Cuts, Ib 25c Roasts, Loin, Ib.. 19c VEAL Roosts, Tender, Ib. 15c Chops or Loin Steak, Ib 18c PORK HOCKS or Hearts, Pound , . lOc MUTTON CHOPS IOC or Roasts, Pound .. PORK CUTLETS Pound ,,,,».,..-.^ PORK LIVER 2 Pounds 25C LEG OF MUTTON, »b . 12Vzc \ SLICED BACON, Sugar Cured, Ib.. . . . 25c Fresh Country I" Dozen Per Pound Cream Cheese 21c Powdered Sugar 3 Pounds 19C Hershey's Cocoa Pound Can . . 12c ORANGETTES--Fine Small Orange Hearts for Salads or Cocktails (Packed in Syrup) 2 Cons. .. 25e Mountain Home TOMATOES No. 2 Cans . 25c Liberty Bell CORN No. 2 Cans . 25c Orange Brand PEAS No. 248 I -Cans 25c 2 Palette WAX BEANS No. 2 Cans 25c DOLE'S PINEAPPLE GEMS (Fancy Cubes) Excellent for Salads, No. 2V 2 Can 23c Knox JELL POWDER Packages. .'. 25c PURE HONEY S Pound £(**· p-ii 55C Mo-Ca Bean CoEEee PER P O U N D 15c Reputation FLOUR 49 Pound B a g . . $1.65 Seedless RAISINS Pounds. 29c Wet Pack SHRIMP Cans 23c Corned Beef HASH 2 l9c Cans 27c Fine or Pearl TAPIOCA Packages 25c Pillsbury's Best FLOUR $1.05 PRUNES (Medium Size)- 25c Fancy CURRANTS Per Pound 19c Diamond's Best FLOUR 49 p Ba" gnd $1.85 Nifco RED SALMON 2 Si's 37C Choice APRICOTS Pounds 33e FANCY DATES 3 Pounds 25C MACARONI, SPAGHETTI or NOODLES, 6 Packages . . . . 25c "Red Spot" PRUNES 2 2Vi .25c "Royal Chef" PEACHES 2£^:..:....25c "Nile" BARTLETT PEARS 2 No. 2'/ 2 21*1 Cans SIC Sliced ' PINEAPPLE 2 No. 2 . «« AM Cans 29C THOMPSON'S MALTED MILK, 1-lb. Can . .39c -- Malted Milk Shaker FREE BARTLETT PEARS No. 10 Afkft Can 40C OREGON PRUNES No. 10 *')M Can 33C Peanut Brittle 2 Ibs. 19c COFFEE ·/:·/,;,4s PER P O U N D . Diamond's Best Coffee 25c Chocolate Creams and Caramels per Ib.. lOc BLACKBERRIES No. 10 Can Red RASPBERRIES No. 10 Can 69c BONDED SALAD DRESSING or SANDWICH SPREAD, Pint Jar 17c; Quart Jar. . . 27c STOCK SALT DAIRY FEED t AA Pound lUU B a g . . . SOYBEAN MEAL 100 ^ $2.60 GREY SHORTS 100 Ba 0 ^' $2.10 COOKIES, Sugar Wafers (Sell as High as 20c Ib) Special, 2 Pounds 25c CORN D STARCH Boxes. Lighthouse CLEANSER Cans 10e SUPER SUDS 21c SOAP CHIPS 29C O. K. SOAP Giant Bars . DOG FOOD 5 Cans 2jC SAL SODA l O c Boxes GOLD DUST PRESERVES Strawberry or Raspberry 4 Pound Jar 39c CHOCOLATES Packed in Extremely Fancy Box 89c LIMA BEANS 3 Pounds . . . : RADISHES m Bunches . . . . ' . . . . French MUSTARD "Flower Vase" POTATOES, Round Whites, U. S. No. 1 Grade, Peck 45c; 100-Ib. Van Camp's · Fancy CATSUP 2 Large Battles $2.89 California Navel ORANGES Per Dozen Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 25c C R A N B E R R I E S Per Pound 19c Cabbage . . · S ibs. 25c New Potatoes . . . 3 ··». 17c Fresh Green Spinach 5 ^ 25c Green Top Carrots 2 bunches 9c Idaho Roman Beauty APPLES Pounds New York Greenings APPLES Pounds 25c 4 BANANAS (Fancy, Ripe) Pounds

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