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April 12, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

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APRIL 12 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-THREE DIAMOND BROS. Where Thrift Begins 205 North Federal Ave. Edwards Salad Dressing, 1000 Island or Sandwich Spread, pint j a r . . 15c SUGAR, 10-lb. pkg. 49c FANCY SHRIMP, 2 tall cans Boneless CODFISH, Mb. box 19c Breakfast COCOA, t o 2-lb. box IOC BROWN SUGAR, 4-lb pkg 19c Oregon PRUNES, No. 10 can 33c CRYSTAL WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 bars SUPER SUDS, 3 boxes 23c PALMOLIVE TOILET SOAP, 6 bars HOLLYWOOD SOAP (French-Milled) 6 bars JELL POWDER, OP (Sunlite)6pkgs...faJl Seeded RAISINS, 4 Ibs 25c PEACHES, 2 large cans. .25c PEAS, 3 No. 2 cans. 25c LAUNDRY SOAP, 8 giant bars QUEEN OLIVES, (fancy) 12 oz. jar Fancy Spiced Herring [Heads Off] Packed in large glass jars, 8 Ib. jar $1.10 BAKER'S CHOCOLATE '/z-lb. bar 19c Fudge Pan FREE SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR Per box 23c Beetleware Measuring Spoons FREE BRAN FLAKES, (Post's) 2 pkgs... 17c FANCY DATES, 2 Ibs WALNUT MEATS, Vz-lb. pkg...:.... MACARONI, 3 Ibs 25c WESSON OIL Pint can 24c One Rubber Apron FREE JOHNSON'S MILCO MALT Large can 39c Large Water Playball FREE Bartlett Pears or Apricots, 2 No. 2J Cans . . . . 29c JAPAN TEA, perlb FANCY FIGS, (in 1 A syrup) No. 2 can 1 vi. FRESH EGGS, 2 dozen ,25c Cider VINEGAR, gallon Try this New Cereal Yeasties Yeut hid4m i» t deliciooi cernl. Nqtritioo. whole wbau l«k« bkwi- Marshmallows, per Ib.... HOMINY GRITS, 3 Ibs .......... BUCKWHEAT, 10-lb. bag ...... LIMBURGER CHEESE, 25c jar Corn, Carrots or Pumpkin, 4 No. 2 Cans . . . . . 27c PEACHES In No. 10 Cans Royal Chef ........ 39c Mariposa 45c Alamont (fancy) (in heavy syrup).. 49c MARASCHINO CHERRIES, 28-oz. bottle GRAPEFRUIT JUICE. 3 tall PURE HONEY, 10-lb. pail .... 73c PEARS In No. 10 Cans Nile Brand 39c White Tag 45c Oak IJeaf (fancy) (in heavy syrup).. 49c John P. Harding's Famous Corned Beef Hash 2 I9c Cans 33c KEIXOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES 3 pkgs 25c CAMPBELL'S SOUP (All Varieties) 2 cans 15c NO. 10 FRUIT Red Pitted Cherries.. 47c Blueberries 55c Blackberries 39c Apricots 45c Raspberries ......... 55c Apple Sauce 35c BUTTERNUT COFFEE (Super Vacuum Packed) 1 Ib. can 31c RASPBERRY or STRAWBERRY PRESERVES (Imi.) 4-lb. jar 36c Fancy Chocolate Bridge, Sandwich Whirls, Sugar Wafers or Chocolate Covered, per pound 15c HORSERADISH MUSTARD, PURE SORGHUM, 5-lb pail 29c* 10-lb pail EVR REDY DOG FOOD, lie 55c 25c DRIED BEEF, (sliced) per Ib BACON SQUARES, per Ib KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT BISCUITS, pkg.... 29c 9c lie Prunes LargeSlM) (40x50) 3 Ibs. 27c Extra Large Size, (20x30) 2Ibs 23c Fancy WINESAPS, OC 5 Ibs faiJC Florida ORANGES, OO per dozen t*L\. CABBAGE, nC 8 Ibs £JC SPINACH, -I P 2 Ibs UC CARROTS, P - POTATOES For Seed or Table Use "Idaho Russets" 100-lb. bag $1.75 "Ohios" or "Cobblers" Per Peck 32c 100-lb. bag -$L95 RADISHES, 1 A 3 bunches IvC Florida GRAPE- or FRUIT, 4 and 6 for £3C Yellow ONIONS, OJ" (sm. size) 81bs...^OC GREEN ONIONS, C per bunch OC ONION PLANTS, C per bunch vv American Crepe Toilet Paper, 6 Large Rolls . , . 25c FLOUR "Reputation" b.bag 83c 49-lb. bag $1.55 "Diamond's Best" 24'/Hb. bag 93c 49-lb. bag $1.75 AMMONIA, quart bottle CLOTHES LINES, 1 r 50 feet IOC SAL SODA, 3--lOc boxes 21c BATHROOM BRUSHES, each.. lOc COFFEE "Fancy Peaberry" 1-lb. pkg 17c 3-lb. pkg 49c "Reputation" 1-lb. pkg 19c 3-Ib. pkg 55c 'uneral Directors of Five Counties Gather NASHUA, April 12.--There were 2 present at a meeting of the loyd, Mitchell and Chickasaw ounty Funeral Directors' assocla- on here Tuesday night, which also icluUed funeral directors from Bremer and Butler counties as guests, 'illiara Lundt, local director, was ost to the party. Dinner was served t the Home Cafe at 7 o'clock, after hlch they assembled at the Commercial clubrooms, where a busi- ess meeting was held. Attorney W. t. Scott gave a talk on some legal olnts pertaining to the business. FARIBAULT, Minn., April 12. OP) FARIBAULT, Minn., April 11. L¥) --More than 500 persons are expect- d to attend the ninth district Ro- ,ary convention here May 24 and 25, irhlch will feature Will R. Manier, r., of Nashville, Terra., president of Notary International, as one of the rincipal speakers. The ninth dls- rict is composed of Minnesota, s T orth Dakota and Superior, Wis. MANY VETERANS' GRAVES LISTED Registration Greatly Aided by CWA; Continuance of Work Ordered. DBS MOINES, April 12. Civil works administration assistance has added thousands of names to veterans' graves registration records o£ the state, believes State Supervisor W. F. Hathaway. Hathaway has sent requests to the various counties for information on the results of this work which was discontinued as a CWA project March 31. Graves registration is Continuing under the state facilities. He also Is investigating the possibility of having the recording of veterans graves continued as a work-relief project when the new program of relief, is begun. Graves of more than 20,000 veterans of all wars had been registered up to the time the CWA began assisting and only the check now being made will show how many more have been added, he said. Under the CWA project Iowa was allowed $31,890 for this work and an organization of supervisors for each county was created to direct the efforts of the men employed in locating and obtaining information on the Iowa graves of veterans. Organizations of service men have been assisting In the work, volunteering their efforts. Records also are being made of old cemeteries, of which there is at present no list. Rites for Halpin, 75, Held in Cresco Church CRESCO, April 12.--Funeral services were held Wednesday forenoon for Robert Lawrence Halpin, 75, who died at the home of his brother-in-law, John Daley, after a brief illness. He Is survived by his widow. Rites were held at the Assumption church, conducted by the pastor, the Very Rev. E. J. Dougherty. JU.frizes With A Total Valaerf ^^^^ .1) A great Contest--simple, easy, and very profitable! The attractive kind of Contest your "R" Grocer has achieved a reputation for--perhaps you've competed in a Rite-Way Contest before! This time you can win a New 1834 Pontlac Two-Door Sedan, a New 1934 General Electric Refrigerator, a Spartan All-Wave Console Radio, or one of 123 magnificent prizes! DITE-WttVFOODSTORK SEE OUR CIRCULAR FOR FULL DETAILS, OR MASON CITYDlflSION ^QUIRE AT THE STORE! Special Values Effective Friday, April 13 to Thursday, April 19 BISQUICK EXTRA SPECIAL! M a i l o n e stra w ti e r r y shortcake panel from the Bisquick package tt "Bisquick, Minneapolis, Minn.," for a picture of Betty or Bob, the famous radio team. Cut Wax Beans Sf.'SS 2«25c Cut Green Beans NoVS2'»r25c Diced Beets SSVSi . . 2**25c Diced Carrots Srat . No. · cans Jack Sprit No, 2 cans · 40 oz. pkg. Regular Mb. Package R GROCER COFFEE (25'Value) and A Strong Flexible Rubber JUM PROPER! Our popular blend , . t coffee of piewmg. qial'rty «t a moderate price. Always a good value .. but an extreifle ralue -· weekl Pork Beans s"» No. 2'A cans Navy Jack Sprat M«i O , ' I Large No. 2% Cans IBc £t Ior Beans . aSS'"^.* 4«». CHOCOLATE CKEAM Pound · Vacuum Tin 33c Good Cheer Coffee Chocolate Pie Filling Sprat Also Butterscotch and Custard. A new time-saver--each jar makes S delicious pies! PANCAKE FLOUR R GROCER FLOUR OWBASIBBD . . 3%-lH. 1 Q., Bag JL*7V . Sack 24%-lb. Back 10-lb.. ff-J AO Sack ipJL.i/O FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Mayflower Pure COCOA MILK Bran Flakes Jack Sprat Evaporated Tall cans 2 Ib. package for Jack Sprat Large 15 oz. pkg. POTATO FLAKES MACARONI Jack Sprat Cut or Long Full % ib. packages . Ior CLIMALINE . 21c large 32 oz. pkg. Softens hard water--dissolves grease--makes dishes sparkle APRICOTSSTu. -We RAISINS SSiST . . . ' Sl b ,:19c. BROWN SUGAR 3^19c KELLOGG KBlSPIKS . . » » . . . Packnge I"C COCOMALT B1 6 Little Boon free with each can c j n 47C i Mayflower Starting Mash Delicious Jelly Candies! Pure wholesome jelly candies covered with sugar crystals. As fresh and tender as if you made them In your own kitch- tn. Seven tempting colors and flavort. 23-lb. CA n Bag D4C 100-lb C*O A Q Bag $A.fJti/ Every Sunday E«mn« - £.00 «o i30 P. M. R1TE-WAY MUSICAt REVERIES" uriJiy · FrM«y - S«twd«y . 1M t« «:00 A. M. I A f rof«« « InUrttiimwit *nt Prtelial \ntoml RITE-WAY FOOD STORES Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY WE DELIVER $1.00 OKDEKS ^^ MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Beef Boil. Ib 7c Decker's Beef Roast, Ib 12c Decker's Round Steak, Ib 20c Decker's Sliced Bacon Ends. 5-lb. box... 35c Decker's Pork Cutlets, Ib 15c Sterling Flank Steak, Ib 15c Sterling Home-Made Bologna, Ib. ....;....; 15c Sterling Veal Roast, Ib , 12c Sterling.Veal Stew, Ib 7c Sterling Baby Beef Liver, Ib 15c Sterling Minced Ham. Ib 15c (A EBGS -- CHICKENS -- MS IT FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, large, solid heads 5c Celery, good size stalk - i lOc Lemons, large Sunkist, dozen , 29c Grapefruit, Arizona Seedless, 12 for.... 35c Oranges, Sunkist, large, dozen .......25c Oranges, extra large, dozen 31 c Oranges, good size, 2 dozen 35c Radishes, large bunches, 3 for.. , lOc Apples, Rome or Winesaps, 5 Ibs 25c Grapefruit, Florida Seedless. 5 for 25c Bermuda Onion Plants, ch., 300 for 25c Strawberries, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Green Onions, Cauliflower, New Potatoes, Green Peppers, Garlic, Tomatoes, Parsnips, Carrots, Camullan Rutabagas, Cucumbers. Old Hickory Peanut Butter, Ige. jar 21c Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs .............. 25c Monarch Cake Flour, large pkg .......... 25c Monarch Food of Wheat, large pkg ...... 19c Monarch Marshmallows, large can ...... 20c Monarch Peanut Butter, large jar ...... 25c Nut Meats, fresh, Ib ................................... --Ale Monarch Yacht Club Peas, large can ..... 15c Monarch Yacht Club Golden Bantam, can 12c Monarch Yacht Club Tuna Fish, can .... 15c Monarch Red Kidney Beans, can ....... lOc Monarch Spinach, can ................ 15c P. G. Soap, 1,0 bars ............... .......... : . ........... 25c Climax Cleaner, 3 cans ............... 25c ' Oxydol, giant size pkg ................. ; 49c \ Crystal White Soap Chips, giant pkg ----- 29c Oxydol, large pkg ................. ,.*. 19c Dick-A-Doo, large pkg. ................ 25c I Swans Down Cake Flour, Ige. pkg. ..... 25c Where is the Brain Trust? The problem In this country Is not over production, * but buying power. In Minneapolis last week thousands rioting for food, in Mason City hundreds around the old postoffico after food. The farmer has food but no buying power, the unemployed have neither food nor buying power, except charity. Give the farmer buying power so he can buy the city-made products and the city man will have buying power ( to buy the farmer's food products. Right at the present time there is a bill before congress to le* five hundred million pounds (500,000,000) of cocoanut oil from one little country come into this country ( free of tax. Cocoanut oil Is used to replace lard and butter and for making sorfp. I don't know for sure but I have heard that a 200-lb. hog will dress out| about 40 Ibs. of lard. If that is the case, then the 500 million pounds of cocoanut oil alone replaces the^ lard from 12,500,000 hogs. You must remember that we import oils and fats from a lot of countries. I v have the figures for you in the near future. 5 Sterling Coal Feed Co. A little dash of Sterling coal will go good with this little dash of wintcn J LUKE B. MILLER JACK McCOLE, Mgr.j FARMERS' UNION MEETING, FRIDAY, APRIL 13 LAKESIDE CHURCH, CLEAR LAKE, IOWA . LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A., Speaker I ON 2 LEGGED HOGS AND 4 LEGGED HOGS Pure Sorghum, '/ 2 gallon ........................... 25c Clear Lake Butter, Ib ................... ? Mason Maid Butter. Ib .................. ? Kenj'on's Butter, save the wrappers, Ib ---- ? Iowa State Brand Butter, Ib ............. ? Brookfield Butter, Ib ................... ? Plymouth Butter, Ib .................... ? We will sell butter just as low as the code will let us. Tasty Crackers, 2 Ib. caddy Value Milk, tall cans. 4 for 25c Miller's Corn Flakes, large pkg 12c Monarch Hominy, can lOc Libby's Sauerkraut, large can 15c Cool Spring Tomatoes, large can lOc Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib 19c Chase and Sanborn Coffee, Ib. can 27c Folger's Coffee, Ib. can 32c Folger's Coffee, 2-lb. can 2c Bliss Coffee. Ib. can 25c Castle Tea, pkg ._.... 17c Mothers Cocoa, 2 Ib. can 19c Jersey Cream Flour, 49-lh. bag SI.59 Occident Flour. 49-lb. bag $2.12 Block Salt 40c Stock Salt. 100-lb. sack C9c Standard Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs 69c Pilot Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs 89c Bulk Oatmeal. 90 Ibs $2.49 Early Ohio Hod River Valley Seed Potatoes. Golil Medal Chick Feed. Seeds -- Onion Sots -- I'lants. ^_ Cuss Me This Summer When You Cut the Grass-Crystal Grass Seed, l a r g c p k g . . . . . . . . . . 29c

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