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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE STERLING NO. I* NO. FEDERAL, JURY FINDS KIRKLAND GUILTY Springtime is Hearing, which brings fax time. A penny : or two on each item you · buy. soon runs into dollars. Groceries always at a LUKEB. MILLER Sterling No. 1 Phone 1600-1-2 Sterling No. S Phone 807 » Friday --' Saturday, Monday QUOTE: CLEAR LAKE BUTTER--"AINT THAT SOMETHING" CLEAR LAKE BUTTER, IK. 31c Monarch Grape Fruit, can 19c Monarch Fruit Salad, can 25c Monarch Rhubarb, can ... .25c Monarch Orange and Grape Fruit Juice, can..25c I Monarch Sauerkraut Juice 15o Monarch Bean Sprouts 19c. Monarch Noodles, can IDo Monarch Chop Suey ' Vegetables, can 29c SOAKS-CLOTHES WHITER--TRY IT ' RINSO, large package 19c Monarch Ketchup, large.. .19o Monarch Gooseberries, can 28o Monarch Diced Beets, can..l6o Monarch Diced Carrots 15e Monarch Bed.Salmon, can 25o i Monarch' Ripe Olives!.... -25c Monarch Staffed Olives... .25c Monarch Plain Olives " . ' . . . .33c Monarch Pineapple, can...'. 25c .Monarch Salad Dressing... .25c LOTS OF WAYS TO USE TCNA-^QtrALITY--TRY IT Monarch YachtCIflbTuriaFish,canl9c Heinz Dili Pickles, can... .25c Heinz Apple Butter, jar.. .25c .Heinz Kidney Beans, can. .15c Heinz Jelly, any kind.... .21c Heinz Mustard, j a r . . . . . . ,10c I .Heinz Tomato Soup .......lOc Heinz Spaghetti, · can.' 10c Heinz Olives, can ......'.. ,25c Heinz Pork and Beans....lOc Heinz Mincemeat, can.....23c Bake Them, Fry Them, Boll Them--They, Are Good Cookers lers,mce()nes,pk^22c Monarch Golden Bantam.. .15c Monarch Hominy V lOo Monarch Sauerkraut, Ige. 17o i Monarch Spinach, large...23c Monarch Peaches, large... :25c I Monarch Preserves^ large.. 880 Monarch Oats, large .22o Monarch .Noodles or Spaghetti, 4 for. ;.25o Monarch Tapioca, pkg. .. .10o Monarch Cocoa, Ib. can.. .'.25c What Will We Have For Dessert--Why, Peaches and Cream! PEACHES, large no. 10 can 45c Head Lettuce, large Celery, largo Apples, 4 Ibs. , Lemons, large, dozen Grape Fruit, large ... ... " 150 25o ---- .850 ---- . 5a I Oranges, good size, 2 dozen 3 5c Oranges, large, dozen . . . . . S O c Cabbage, new, fancy, 1 ib... oc Green Onions and Radishes. Bulk Dates,-2, Ibs. 25o AUL. QUALITY National Biscuit Co. Premium Sodas or · «\ r* Premium Grahams /T(f* 2-pojjnd caddy.... «Wv Peas, Ige. can . . . . . . . ; . . ,10o Tomatoes, can ....lOc Cut Green Beans . . . . . . . . l O c Pumpkin, can '....lOc Sweet Corn, con .lOc I Saner Kraut, Ige. can ...'. lOc Cut Beets, Ige. can ... .i.ilOc Mustard, pints lOc Franco American Spaghetti lOn Vinegar, bottle lOc ·-For Your 1 Spring House Cleaning and Washing OXYDOL.2 Ige.packages for 35c Hbbya tall Milk, 3 for ...25c| Campbells Tomato Soup,' S for 25c| LIbbys Fork £ Beans, S for 25c I Campbells Pork Beans, a lor -... : .. v 25o I Peanut Butter, pints, No. 1 22c Peanut Butter, qta. No. I . .39c Mustard, qts I9c Pears, Ige. can ...19c Peaches, Ige. can. . . . . . . . . ,19c Bed Pitted Cherries, can ..19o When you Jbuy N. B. C; Cookies you are' assured of quality National Biscuit Co., fancy asst. cookies Ib. 25c COFFEE -- \Ve Can Please Any Taste -- COFFEE Folgers,.lb. can .;. .HSJcB Maxwell House, Ib. ......39c HiUs Bros., caa .... 8Uc|,Virginia Sweet, Ib. ....:..S5o Butternut, can 39cl Monarch Coffee, Ib.,' SBo Chase Sanborn, can ... .3»c» Monarch Breakfast, Ib. . ...25c Hello World, can ..,,;.. .39c| Folgere, 2 Ib. fcan 73c · · - , - . BULK COFFEES McLaughUns 883 Coffee, Ib. 19c I McLaughlins-Gem Coffee, Ib. 21c McLaughlins.Bulk Tea, Ib. 49c McLaughlins 99'/ z , Ib 29c McLaughlins Peaberry, Ib. 28o Castle'Tea, pkg 25o Brighten up your floors--It Is time Johnson's Floor Wax, Ige. can 49c Banner Oats, Ige. pkg. .-. 17c Old Glory Macaroni, 7 pkgs. 25c Bulk Oafs, 9 Ibs i25c Prunes, med. size, '3 Ibs. . .2Sc Prunes, .Ige. Ib. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 9 c I Northern Beans, 4 Ibs. f...25c Rice, Fancy, 5 Ibs. ........ .25o Bulk Macaroni, S Ibs. . ...25c Bulk Cocoanut, No. l i b . . .20c Bulk Apricots,, fancy, Ib. ,.22c PINEAPPLE, whole slice, Ige. can 21c Northern Tissue Toilet, S for ,.".... l . . : . . . 2 5 c Bed Band Toilet, 4 for ,. .25c Ivory FJakca, Ige. . . ; . . . . 2 2 c Hub No 'More, Ige. .22c Sal Soda, Jge. ...'. . . . l O c 1 Climax Cleaner, can . . . . . . lOc Fig Bars or Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs ...25o Gold Dust, Ige. pkg-. 2oc Sunbr/to Cleanser, can ....5c Lux Flakes, Ige. 25o MB. FARMER:--Bring us your eggs--you can always depend on us to pay you top price, and groceries always at a savings. . USE PARKING PLACE. - Virgii KirWand was found guilty of the murder of his sweetheart, Arlene braves, ty a jury in Porter county court. The jurors fixed the penalty at life Imprisonment. The above photo is a scene in the court- , room at Valparaiso as Judge Crumpacker read the verdict. The judge Luther Musicians » · to Assist Cellist in Cresco Concerl C R B S C O, March 12.-^Louise Es'sex, noted cellist of Indianapolis Ind., pupil of Prof. Julius Klenge of the conservatory of music, Leip- zeig", 'Germany, _will give a concert in ;the. First Lutheran church 01 Cresco'Friday evening. She will be assisted by Prof. Theodore Nickel director of Luther college , chorus and Cafolyn. Jacobson Moe, sopranc and pianist of the Luther college music faculty. Hydraulic Laboratory Bids Given Committee IOWA CITY, March 12. --The low bids-of the Stark Construction company of Cedar Rapids and the Des Moines Stee! company on the construction and steel work.for the new hydraulic engineering laboratory to be. constructed at the University of Iowa at an estimated cost of $60,000 -have been, referred ^to the building-committee, of the state hoard.' of /education.' for.- consideration.-The Cedar Rapids and. Des Molnes contractors submitted the low bids from among: 17. received for the new laboratory 'structure. Meanwhile the old university heating plant is being torn down to provide a site for the new building. Of course education pays. Nearly all coaches are college men.--Fountain Inn Tribune. . just for GOLDS The bloo'd-purify- ing effect of quinine lad the cleansing workiof the gentle laxative in Grove's Bromo Quinine fortifies the eyetezn ·gainst germs. But GO many ailments can develop from a mere cold, it's not to be trifled with. Take a few tablets of Bromo Qninine and elimi- n! | te j], e danger. L A X A T I V E RO/HO QUININE ( THE OKLY BROMO QUINlNEj Only Konjola Here Men and women of all agu have b«n RXoted to health through Konjola.' Mri. Frank. Samec, 1127 M»nj»ict foeet, St. PauI,liatouK : ' · · ' . . · ' · ' "1 wifoal (or lluee yean with itomach a n d lodney weak- neu. No med- iciQe te]ped me. In tbiee weeks Konjola relier- · ed me of 4am - ach and kidney aUnients, -calm* ed my ncnrec and restored me to h e a l t h . Woat . · medicine K o n j o l a ii." Denwixl KonjoU And Get It: Don't B« Switched To A Subttitute. Huxtable Drug Store 118 South Federal Ave. ESOTATAX LEVY IS 64,20 Total to Be Paid Is Lower Than Last/Year Altho Rate Is Higher. .'1 ST. PAUL, March'12. UF--Mii- nesota will have the highest general average, tax levy on real and personal .property during- 1931 in the history, of the state, 64.20 mills, according, .to. the abstract of tax lists made public today by, State Auditor Stafford King. ' " - . : ' · While the-average levy Js at the highest rate, the total to be paid in taxes will be somewhat lower than the'total*sum taxpayers were called on to contribute last year when the peak was reached. Tax Bill Is $130,921j946. In all the tax bill assessed against ttiu^ible property payable this year wi.« be 5130,921,946, 'compared with $133,283,849 last year. The previous high was paid in 1928, $129,998,- '-'.Vln 'IB?!;the tax bill passed the $100,000,000'mark for the-first time, when taxpayers were called on for $115,391,095. Just the year before the. bill had been 596,938,405. The abstract showed the increase IBS been steady with few excep- ;ions since .1871, when all property owners were required- to cav was ?2,619,764. " · · · · . J Valuations are Reduced. The., upward march of the levy despite the reduction in the total bill is. explained by the fact that valuations have been reduced. This s particularly true in the case of 'arm lands for the total tax bill assessed to urban real and personal property is still moving Upward. The average, true and full value of farm lands assessed last year and which forms the basis for the issessment upon which taxes will be, paid this year is $ acre. This is the lowest since 1916. The peak in farm land evaluation was reached in 1922, when the value was fixed at an average of more than $25 an acre. Farm lands pay .taxes on the basis of one-third of their true and full, value,' while urban property is assessed on a basis of 40-per cent of its true value. Agnation Started to Locate Hospital WASHINGTON, Iowa, March 12. (UP)--Organization ' has been completed here to agitate for the location, of Iowa's authorized $1,250,000 veterans hospital In or near Washington. Congress, on its last day] passed the measure, which was signed shortly before congress adjourned by Mr: Hoover. The bill calls for the erection in Iowa of ^a hospital to care for sick veterans of the World ar. - . . . ' . ' No site has been selected as yet for Senator,Smith W; Brookhaftj .who' -Washing 7 ton'will be aske'4 tp"ti sais t Ws community in gaining-' the/hospital. ' Babcock Wants BiUlbr Legalizing Bond DES MOINES, March 12. (JP)-~ Representative' J. . F. Babcock "of Chickasaw county has sponsored a bill which would legalize issuance of $20,000 In bonds for the COIN Elruction of a-swimming'pool and recreation center at New Hampton. Hamilton Official Asks - · . License on Astrologists DES MOINES, : March 12. ()-Representative .Frank G. Sriyder oj Hamilton county'is the author.of a bill which would, impose a $100 license fee on fortune tellers and astrologists. The license would be valid for 10 days. /· out of the picture in the direction toward which all eyas are turned. Iu the foreground^TM (1) John Crumpacker, son of the judge, and a defense counsel; (2) Barrett O'Hara, defense counsel; (3) Virgil Kirkland; (« Ronald Oldham, defense counsel. Behind the defeated counsel and the youthful killer sit Sheriff Barney Maxwell and two deputies. Officers of Northwood ' P. E. 0. Are Installed NORTHWOOD, March 12.--Cbap- ter.ES of the P. E. O. sisterhood, Northwood, held the annual election and installation of officers Tuesday evening at the L.: D. Beckett -home; 1 Those chosen to serve wera Mrs. E. N. Klove, president; Mrs. L. S. Barnes, vice president; Miss Kathirine Scammon, recording secretary; Mrs. L. ,p. Beckett, corresponding secretary; Miss Esther Webb, treasurer; Mrs. E. H. Dwelle, chaplain; Mrs. C. H. Dwelle, guard. J. v Retribution always conies. The penalty for pessimism is a plague of optimism.--Wisconsin State Journal. Comes From New Guinea. SHEFFIELD, March 12.--The lev. E. Hanneman, a missionary in Tew Guinea, arrived here Wednesday for a visit at the Rev. C. E. G. Voss home. State Bank at Rake Has Yearly Session; .' Officers Re-Eleeted RAKE, March 12.--^The annual stockholders meeting of the State Savings bank, Rake, was held when the bank paid its regular 10 per cent dividend and transferred ?1,OQO to the surplus fund. has paid dividends- regularly since its organization with one exception several years ago. It now has a $9,000 surplus fund and 56,000 undivided profit account. The.same directors and officers were re-elected: Alfred Christopherson, president; S. C. Jensvold, vice president; Johnnie Rake, cashier; O. H. Toft, assistant cashier.»rr.-J. E. Russ, O. O. Quam. O. J. Quamme, A. J. Havnen, E. O. Halvorson and Johnnie Jarshaw are directors. Travel By Train It Costs Lea BARGAIN FARES TO MANY PLACES TrmTel by train. . . It coiulex -nd ll'm mvcfa more comfortable. ydaya ere June daya la roomy, »ed reclining chair can or - Plenty of room to ·troll abovt . . . to read or to rett . . . peaty of room for your wap ·!« Tliaunjly and nampnma -very moderate coat. Bwnd Trip W*ek-K»d Fare* Travel In Comfortable Coachu Austin, Minn. . . . . . §1.05 Minneapolis, Minn. . . . 3.50 St. Paul, Minn. . . . 3.50 Ft. Dodge . . . . . . 1.85 Omaha, Neb. . . . .' . 5.00 OK Way CMM* Fare* Balry Ariwna . ·. . . . J ^._ .^ Camonria. . . . \ »7.4« '~--'"'-~^---' « » · , · · 'vwiirrko^ -^ij^ . F -. Trip Fares Da0y I'M Angeles On yo . . ) . . . \ ca. . / $127.84 n«rt trip confer with your t Great Wutmi ««nt. Hcc,n y? yon money no matter wbm yon -wxnt to ffo.- J. H. McWrten G«nT Aicnt C. G. W. Station, XlMon Sty, t,. Phone 1« irj TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD. Eczema on Boy Lasted Over ( a Year. Healed by Cuticura. "My boy had eczema very badly. It began with a breaking out of pimples and blisters on his face and hands. It itched and burned causing him to scratch, and the eczema was much worse on his hands. He^Iost some sleep on account of. it. The trouble lasted over a year. "I read an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for afree sample of each. After using them a few days he got relief. I purchased more and in about three months he was completely healed." (Signed) Mrs. J. W. Moore, Suinmerfield, Ohio, Aug. 15,1930. Soap 2Sc- Ointment 23 and SOc. Talcum 2Sc- Sold everywhere. Sample each free. Address: *C»rJCBr» L*baral«ia, Dcpt. H, M«!dea..Mu.." . THROAT SORE? : Heedfhis Warn ing i Any^inflammatipn of the throat can spread very fast. Don't go to ted \srith "ju$t a sore throat." It may be tonsilitis by mornirigl vtjjt takes five minutes or less to gargle -with Bayer Aspirin; This simple precaution may save you days of suffering. It not only relieves all soreness, but reduces the.; infection. Three tablets crushed .in % tumblerful of. Water; physicians say there is no more effective gargle'.'? See proven directions for colds, headaches, neuralgic pains, etc. Get genuine Bayer Aspirin; effective, harmless. BAYER^ ASPIRIN 12 ·· 1931 Merchants at Traer , . . ' . - Make Exhibit Plans TRAER, March 12.--(INS)-Dates , for Traers' ..third annual merchant's exhibit ' and automobile show have been set for May 19 to 23, inclusive. Work is'being started on the event this year a few weeks, earlier due to more enthusiasm being shown by the exhibitors and plans being 1 made for a bigger and better show. D. H. Hyland, replaces E. H. Boettcher this'year, as chairman of the show. Mr. Boettcher serves this year as secretary-treasurer. George Cavalier, F..W. Wehrhan, Fred Cherveny and C. L. Crip- pen'have been named as directors Committees have also been appointed. Vernon Springs Play Is First in Drama Contest CRESCO, March 12.--In'the Farm Bureau Drama contest in Howard county between New .Oregon and Vernou Springs, the Judges decided in favor of the Vernon Springs play, "Bread," which was produced Tuesday night. . . Writes Leonid Meteor Article.' . IOWA CITY, March 12. (UP)-Prof. C. C. Wylie, head of the department of astronomy at the University of Iowa, has contributed an tirticle on Leonid meteors to the March issue of Scientific American. SWENSON NAMED U.S. MINISTER Luther Graduate Appointed to Post in Holland by President. DECORAH, March 12.-- I*. S. Swenson, prominent Luther alumnus, a graduate of the class of 1886, has been named by President H[oover as U. S. minister to Holland. Mr. Swenson has spent more than "30 years "in the diplomatic service, of tha United States, receiving his first appointment from President McKinley in 1897. He has served as minister to Norway, Switzerland and Denmark previous to his latest appointment. His last nine years were spent, at the head of the.U. S. legation in Oalo, Norway's capital. Before entering the diplomatic service Mr. Swenson served as head of Luther academy, Albert Lea, Minn. Bonding Bill Is Introduced. 'DES 1IOINES, March 12. UP)-A bill which-would permit municipalities to license and bond persons or firms engaged in installing or altering electrical apparatus was introduced \n. the house by Representative Leonard Simmer of Wapello county; · - , - " . , · Hats of Distinction Presenting a very large and varied selection . .... outstanding creations of the coming season. 2 to 7 Small and youthful large head sizes AT THE FACTORY ' f I SHIS brilliant, new, 70-horsepowcr Studebaker em- JL bcxiiea the greatest automotive advance since the electric starter--the same Free Wheeling that has been adopted'by Fierce-Arrow and Lincoln. Studebaker engineering genius makes momentum take the place of gasoline--gives ten speedometer miles for eight engine miles --reduces costs of tires and repairs--saves 15% to 20% in gas and oil. Driving a Free .Wheeling Studebaker is motoring'3 greatest thrill--yet highway commissioners approve it as offering new safety. Go to a Studebaker dealer today and drive a Free Wheeling Studebaker.- North Iowa Motor Co. 520 Norlh Federal- Phone 896 STUDEBAKER BUILDER OF CHAMPIONS

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