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April 16, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. APRIL 16 · 1936 NINETEEN G.O.P.TOMAKE CAMPAIGN PLANS Minnesota Convention to Be Saturday; Tax Plank Important. By D. K. MACKENZIE MINNEAPOLIS, CrP) -- Republicans, their pockets bulging with plans, prepared for the state convention Saturday at which they will shape their campaign designed lo swing Minnesota back into the G. 0. P. column this year. Paramount interest will center on selection of four delegates at large for the national convention in Cleveland June 9, and the platform. There will be no indorsement of candidates. On one plank in the platform- taxation--may depend to a large extent, a republican victory m Minnesota this year. While work on that document so far has been shrouded in secrecy, indications were that the party platform would "embody approval of amendment No. 1, under which the state levy on real estate would be abolished. If that levy, is wiped out, legislators have contended, and some leaders of the party in the state have agreed, a sales tax is the only alternative. Whether the platform will advocate such a replacement tax is conjectural, but it likely will not. This then, would have to vie for popular appeal with the farmer- labor party's stand against abolition of the state property levy and any form of sales tax. Lower taxation would have wide approval, and this, the republicans could contend would be possible under their advocacy of elimination of the state property levy. On the other hand, farmer-laborites have reasoned the people do not want a sales tax and this attitude would be reflected in more third cdnnual StAwp- HOUSECIiERnmG SOLE FRIDAY · SATURDAY APRIL 17th- 18th COLD _ DUST . . . . S? 16C Let the twins do your work OAKITE . . . 21c Cleans a million things CLIMAX WAUPAPER CLEANER . . 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Pks. 13c 23c 15c 25c 49c 19c lOc 17c SHINOLA . . bottle 9c Liquid Black or White CLOTHES LINES . . . . cach 20c Household--50-foot length CLOTHES PINS . . . . box 9 c Diamond--30 pins Self-Polishing Tb« easy way to wax linoleum oc wood (loon. Dr«« clear-bright in 15 minute* PTOT C*» 39c WILLSON GROCERY CHICAGO MEAT 401 FUt=entn St. N. W. Phone 341 626 S. Jackson ,, party votes. Supplementing this they have proposed to lower taxation by hitting great wealth and undivided assets of corporations through the corporate excess law. L. P. Loomis, Former Wyoming Editor, Dies TORRINGTON, Wyo., (.-TV-L. P. Loomis. 53, former editor of the Torrington Telegram and former president of the Wyoming Press association, died here Wednesday after a long illness. Just Llfce Hare Soup. A scientist says that eating lion meat will cure timidity. The complete recipe probably begins, "first, catch your lion." -- Grand Rapids Press. 31 Years as Weather Observer in Northwood Record of C.H.Dwelle NORTHWOOD--C. H. Dwelle Thursday closed 41' years of service as U. S. weather bureau observer and in recognition of his extended period service in this volunteer work received a letter of special commendation from the department office in Washington. The Northwood station was opened in June, 1896, at which time A L Thompson was appointed and received the first set of official instruments. He was succeeded In March, 1900, by Dr. J. H. Darey who served until Aug. 1. 1904, when Dr H E. Young took over the task. He induced Mr. Dwelle to assume the duties on April 16, 1905, the instruments remaining; in his possession since that time, Mr. Dwclle's father, the late H. V. Dwelle, who lived in Northwood for more than 61 years prior to the time of his death in 1924, had kept records of the weather taken thrice daily, at morning, noon and night, for most of the period of his residence here, the record being made with ordinary commercial thermometers, however, and consequently not dependable as to accuracy. 537 From Minstrel Show. GRAFTON--The junior class presented a minstre!, the "Dark Brown Babies Ball," Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium. A profit of 537 was made. Rf TE-WOIY ; ' . - - ; ' ! ' · · , THE ^ASK SPRAT STORES HORSE SHOE GROCERY A. W. KITTO 319 Nortt Federal Phone 309 403 Seventh St. S. E. Phone 7ol THOMPSON-DEAN CO. BARRETT BROS. CO. 131 North Federal Phone 317 20 Second St. N. E. _ Phone 45 CARL GRUPP W. S. LAWRENCE 1339 North Federal Phone 430 403 Twelfth St. N. W. Phone .137 SNYDER'S RITE-WAY S. P. SHAPIRO S16 South Federal Phonn 1800 52S N. Pennsylvania Phone Z1S7 GROCERY Phons 99« I FINALLY GOT WISE Many of our friends had to economize as carefully as we did, and I often wondered how they could afford to use Hills Bros. Coffee. You see, I still thought that a coffee as fine as Hills Bros, was too expensive for our budget. So we kept on trying one coffee after another, but never repeated on any of them. Finally one day I decided that if my friends could afford Hills Bros. Coffee I could too. So I bought a pound from my grocer, and then I got wise. I found that Hills Bros. Coffee cost practically the same as the coffees we had been buying ... but it was miles ahead in flavor. Try it and see for yourself. SAM'S SPECIAL BARGAINS FLOUR, "Our $-f .59 Special" 49 Ibs. JL Money Back Guarantee MATCHES, -f £ 6 Boxes, 5c Size J.U PEAS, Early June, No. 2 Can, E[ C 4 Cans M CHICK FEEDS We have a large assortment ot all leading brands, very attractively. priced. Get our prices before buying. Blue Ribbon Malt Extract, Can GRASS SEED, Blue Grass and White Clover Mixed, Ib We Pay Above Market Price for EGGS--Cash or Trade! MUSLIN 36 Inch, Good Grade, yd. CATSUP, Tall Bottle 10 BLISS COFFEE Friday, Saturday 4 Q c Only, pound JLg/ COCOANUT, Fresh Long Shreds, pound Ask Our Clerks About $100 FREE GROCERIES We are Giving Away Get Your Share PEACHES, Halves, No. 10 Can TOBACCO, Golden Grain or North State, Pound Bag, 50c Value BROOMS 29 SAVE AT SAM'S PAINT SPECIALS Long Service 4-Hour Drying ENAMEL Quart 69c in i limn i Girls' "Nancy Lee" Rayon Panties, Sizes 2 to 14, Values to 25c Lipton's TEA, OQc Pound «**? '/ 2 lb.22c;'/ 4 lb.l3c, Blue Bell HOUSE PAINT Brushes easily, covers well and gives excellent wear. A good gloss paint, and a big value! Gallon $1.49 15 Honey Almond Hand Lotion 24 oz. Bottle, 39c Value DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 434 Open Till 8:30 P. M. Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets Ho. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 FRIDAY -- SATURDAY 1 Right to Limit -- We Deliver $1.00 Orders ^ MEAT DEPARTMENT DON'T GAMBLE -- BUY YOUR MEAT AT THE STERLING MEAT MARKETS Beef Short Ribs, Ib lOc Sirloin Steak, Ib 20c Sliced Minced Ham, Ib. 20c Beef Chuck Roast, Ib. 16c Sliced Bacon, 5-lb. box 73c Canadian Style Bacon, pound - · · 38c Decker's Meat Loaf, ib. 25c Round Steak, Ib 23c Home-Made Bologna, pound · · I ° c Beef Rump Roast, Ib... 15e Sugar Cured Bacon Squares, Ib ,.,.,. 20c Hamburger (All Meat) 2 Ibs . T . 29e CHICKENS -- BULK DILL PICKLES -- CHEESE CRISCO, 3-lb. can ................ 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