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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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MARCH 19 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 19 .Roof Fire Extinguished; Trucks Slowed by'Traffic A roof fire on' the Harrison Bailey home, 319 Second street southwest,' was extinguished by the 'fire department Wednesday night. The caH came in at 8:09 at a time when the street was congested with cars and some delay was experienced hy the fire trucks while tha cars were backing away. The fire, caused by sparks from a chimney, was extinguished with a hand pumrj and little damage was done. PAINFUL PILES · No matter how great your suffering from itching, bleeding or protruding piles, you can quickly and safely rid yourself of this painful disease. HEM-ROID, the prescription of Dr. J. S. Leonhardt, succeeds where salves, suppositories or cutting fail, because it's a scientific- internal medicine that corrects the cause of piles--bad circulation of blood in the lower bowel--the bowel walls are weak, the veins flabby--the parts almost dead. These harmless tablets drive out all that thick, impure, stagnant blood and heal and restore the affected parts. One bottle of HEM- ROID is all you need to stop the maddening itch and torturing pain. Don't waste time on external remedies or think of an operation until you have tried HEM-ROID. Michael Drug Co. and druggists everywhere sell it' with guarantee of money-back if it does not end all pile misery. EXPECT MILLION DOLLAR HOSPITAL FOR IOWA VETS Author of Bill Says Legion Should Show Need, · B. A. Webster; president of the Chamber of Commerce ThursdayV announced.- the appointment of Mayor E. S. Selby and Willis Q. G. Bagley as the members of his organization on the committee to draw up a brief presenting Mason City's bid for the veterans .hospital'to be established inrjowa. The tegion members of the committee, of which Mr. Webster 3s chairman, are Ralph Lloyd Jones and the Rev. Jewel L. Pickett. The committee was informed Thursday that 18 other, cities in Iowa are seeking the veterans hospital. They are Clear Lake, Storm Lake, Spirit Lake, Algona, Chariton, Cedar,Rap'Ids, Davenport, Dubuque, Newton, Marshalltown, Colfox, Red Oak · and Sioux Cityv By RADFORD E. MOBLEY Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, March 19.--Iowa w.ill have full opportunity to present its claims for a new veterans' hos- pital when the federal hospitalization board meets to apportion the $20,000,000 provided by congress in lump sum at the last session. ; Representative Ed H. Campbell, author of the original bill last session authorizing an Iowa unit in the northern part of the state, said today he expected to request the board to give at least $1,000,000 for a new building in the state. He said he believed the state Legion and other- civic leaders could show the need for additional hospitalizatlon for veterans In Iowa justifying the expenditure. Amount Not Determined. It is virtually certain that the boar,d will make an allocation for additional Iowa facilities but the amount which will be apportioned cannot be determined until a meeting of the federal body is held. Gen. Frank T. HInes, chairman of the board, said today that no date had been set for a meeting but it is believed the board will be' brot together in the near future. In the meantime bureau officials announce that an inspection officer will be sent into Iowa in the near future to make a careful examination of available sites for a hospital, and will be prepared to report to the board at one of its meetings. . South Dakota In Race. \ Possibility of spirited bidding between Iowa and South Dakota for the location of a hospital for that area developed this week when it was learned that representatives from Mitchell, S. Dak., called on bureau officials and urged the selection of that city as the site for a building. They said Mitchell could serve not only South Dakota but also northern Iowa, and parts of Uebraska and Minnesota. . Representative Royal Johnson, South Dakota, chairman of the House veterans' -affairs committee, has been enlisted in support of a hospital for his state, and expects to. appear before the board when it meets. Senator Norbeck,' South Dakota, also expects to appear before the hospitalizatkm body. "Meat Treats" PHONE 884 , HERS "Fancy Foods" I'HONE 834 HOME -MADE--PIES, CAKES, CINNAMON ROLLS, BREAD. TRY OUR HOMEiViADE THOUSAND ISLAND DRESSING COCOANUT, pound _: '. 29c PECAN MEATS, pound 89c No. 10 Red Pitted Cherries 89c TUNA FISH, can , 25c Maxwell House COFFEE, Ib. . 35c Garden City CLEANER, 5 Ibs .45c CRISCO (why pay more) Ib... MUSHROOMS large cans BUTTER, fancy creamery .... DILL PICKLES, qt. jars BEEF SHORT RIBS, Ib Fancy Beef POT ROASTS, Ib. 20c 39c 81c 29c lOc 19c FOR Fork and Beans, Mobys large Milk, Powdered Sugar, Jello, Brown Sugar, med. o Pumpkin, Tomatoes, Spaghetti, Macaroni, Noodles, Blue Barrel! Soup. YOUR CHOICE 2C 25c Robert Jensen Hurt When Struck, by Car Robert Jensen, 6, Dougherty, received a broken leg when he was struck by an automobile driven by Jack Fo^rett, Dougherty, when the child rah across-the street in front of a drug store .Wednesday afternoon. He was taken to Mercy hospital for treatment. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jensen. BERRY RITES ARE HELD AT CHURCH Pallbearers at Service All Employes of Milwaukee Railroad. ~1 Funeral services for Michael Berry, 75 years old, 322 Fourteenth street southeast, were held at St. Joseph's Catholic church Thursday forenoon with the Rev.- P. S. O'Connor in charge. Burial was nt St. Joseph's cemetery. AH pallbearers were from the Milwaukee railroad for which Mr. Berry had worked for the past 30 years. Pallbearers were Gus Casey, Dennis Hennessey, George Forse- man, Arthur Smith, Claude Faber and John Gorman. Persons from out of town who came here following the announcement of Mr. Berry's death were Ja'^es Geroghty and William Berry, Monona, Michael Loftus, New Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Flack, Osagc and Mr. anci Mrs. William McClem- rnons and family, Dougherty. * Cabbell Services to Be Friday Afternoon Funeral services for Clayton Walter Cabbel, 16 years old, 807 Harrison avenue southwest, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Patterson funeral home. The Rev. E. P. Green, Marily, will be in charge. Burial will be at Elmwood. Clayton, who was the son of Orpheus Cabbell, died Tuesday evening. MAGNIOER KEEPS OTTAWA HOME United States Minister Leases ' Canada House for · Year. OTTAWA, Ont.March 19. (#-Hanford MacNider, United States minister to Canada, Wednesday took a one year lease on an Ottawa residence and, in his own words, dissipated the report that he plans an early retirement from the diplomatic service. Now that automobiles have radios to reproduce the tenor's crooning, a wreck doesn't seem quite so tragic. --Kewanee Star-Courier. Painful Corns Go In 3. Seconds or Money Back Marmlcss lodlno Mixture Works Great Painful corns go in 3" seconds-perfect foot comfort at once. This is the money-back guarantee on which IDO-ISE, "The iodine cora remover" is sold. Simple to use. Just wet your corn with IDO-ISE; pain and soreness stop at once. Corns or callouses dry up and soon you take them right out, root and all. No cutting necessary. It doesn't hurt a bit, any one can do it. Follow simple directions. IOD-ISE la harmless--can't make the foot sore. It is safe, antiseptic. Sold on money- back guarantee. Get a 35c bottle at Weed .Pharmacy, Casey Drug Co., or any other good drug store and in 3 seconds you will forget painful corns. Grocery Specials! For Friday . . . Saturday . . . Monday EXTRA- SPECIAL .-, ^-i __-. ~-- -' " --- - - " ' -- .. Fi fiiTR 4a IIK 8ack ^i no 1 JJV/UIY Guaranteed «pi«U*7 Higher Grades Reduced Accordingly CHICK FEED--A large variety of leading brands at money-saving prices. EGGS, Fresh daily from the -i O farm, (with order) d o z e n . . . . IOC COFFEE, Butternut and Hills OQ Bros., Folger's or Nash *)«/C ENGLISH WALNUT MEATS, £t nice and fresh/pound 0«JC BREAD Fresh Daily, full size, dark or white Sr CATSUP, 25c size PEACHES in Syrup, Jack Sprat, 35c size. 17c 23c PRUNES - Special Smsill. size. 4 Ibs. 25c Medium size, 3 Ibs 25c Extra Large, 2 Ibs .25c Special Prices on Box Lots TOBACCO SPECIAL--Buy Pound Packages and Save Money. 1 pound, of P. A 87c 1 pound .of Velvet 87c 1 pound of Union Leader .87c 1 pound Advertiser or Whole. . . . . .39c 1 pound of George Washington.... 65c SUGAR-- 10 Ibs. 49c WITH/ORDER OF $2.0 MORE MACARONI, EGG NOODLES or ffC SPAGHETTI, lOc size, 5 pkgs.£JC BUTTER Best grade creamery; ,one pound with order.. .. 28c COFFEE 30c grade, per Ib. 22c; 3 Ibs. for DILL PICKLES, full quart size. PEARS, No. 21/2, HI syrup V 2 cans 35c CRACKERS, 35c size JAM, assorted flavors, quart sizes, 50c value.. PINEAPPLE, No. 21/2 in syrup 2 cans 45c DECKER'S IOWANA BACON Sliced; o per pound «ft LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 bars for CORN OR P.EAS.^ 12c grade TEA, Sam Raizes' Brand, V-j pound package . .'.. 25c lOc 19c EXTRA SPECIAL 25c SUGAR WAFERS, 35c grade, on sale, pound Vegetables and other things for your table at Money-Saving Prices. The bargains listed above are only a small symbol of the thousands of bargains offered in our various departments. SHOP AT OUR STORE--SAVE 102 TO 25% ON YOUR PURCHASES WE PAY ABOVE MARKEKT PRICE FOR EGGS -- CASH OR TRADE SAM RAIZES 215-301 S. FEDERAL DEPARTMENT STORE FREE DELIVERY PHONE 434-435 King ja/fbod Nature, aiJed-by Stiwrtce, has provided a superb food in salmon. Its high iodine content is ben-' ' *fictal. It comes to you ready to serve, or to adapt appetizing sandwiches, salads, etc. It Weeps inJefimlely. IT !S CHEAP. We are offering this week the finest grades of salmon, at.! extra special prkes--for your convenience aodf economy. * + * * * TRY THESE This Recipe Won The $500.00 Grand Prize In The Associated Salmon Packers' Nation-Wide Contest! V.I can SALMON; 4 eggs; 2 tablespoons thick sweet cream; */£ teaspoon salt; " , pinch of pepper; 4 tablespoons cold watet; sifted bread crumbs; 2 cups white .' sauce; YI cup finely cut celery; 8 slices toast. Flake the SALMON, add 2 eggs slightly beaten, the cream, salt and pepper. Mix and shape in small flat cakes. Coat with 2 eggs beaten with cold water, caver with sifted bread crumbs. Saute in butter until well-browned on both sfdes. Serve each cake on a slice of hot toast'and cover with white sauce to which celery has been added. Judges believed this the finest of 200,000 re- cifxs; serves 8 persons.' ; Write the Associated Salmon Packers, 2SOO.Shiitn Tower, 'Seattle, Washington,'for book of ISO prize recipes. ff? MASON CITY DIVISION JACK SPRAT BRAND Fancy Red Alaska 1 Ib. can, 2 for 70c; 6 for $2.00 y 2 Ib. can, 2 for 49c; 6 for $1.44 STORK BRAND Fancy Pink 1 Ib. can, 2 for 29c; 6 for 75c Yz Ib. can, 2 for 19c; 6 for 54c Other Week - MARCH 20 to 26 JACK SPRAT PORK BEANS 3 21 Cheese . Dill Pickles Horseradish Full cream. Pound, 22C 32o*. jar, 23C ^ ack S ** rat Select Queens, J ack s P rat - Broad or fine. ' 6 oz. cellophane package. Mayflower. Santa Claras. 5G*60's. Mayflower Brand. Solid pack. 28 oz. jar, 2 p^ 8 -' 25c 2 Ib. package, 2 I C No. 10 can, Post's Whole Bran w -° z ·*«*»** Cereal Set FREE With 2 Packages. Sally Brown Cake Mix '""s, VStaiine Health Flour 2 packages, 23-C - Perca«,29C FLOUR R GftOCER 49 Ib. bag, $1.45 24**. .i Chocolate Cream Coffee 5 AKRO AGATES WITH EACH POUND OF GROCER 27V Big 4 White Laundry Soap Magic Washer Powder 10 *«* 33c GROCER STORES ARE HOME-OWNED

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