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MARCH 23 1031 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 STOMACH UPSET Get at the real cause. That's what thousands of stomach sufferers are doing now. Instead of taking tonics, or trying to patch up a poor digestion, they are attacking the real cause of the ailment--cloggea' liver and disordered bowels. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets help arouse the liver in a soothing, healing way. When the iiver and bowels are performing their natural functions, people rarely suffer from indigestion and stomach troubles. · Have you a bad taste, coated tongue, poor appetite, a Jazy, don't- care feeling, no ambition or energy, trouble with undigested foods? Try Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound. Know them by their olive color. They do the work without griping, cramps or pain. All druggists. 15c, 30c and 60c. Take one or two at bedtime for quick relief. Eat what you 'ike. RUPTURE EXPERT COMING Demonstrates the Famous Rice Method Free to Callers at Hotel. If you are ruptured, your big opportunity has now arrived. If you want to be free from the slavery of gouging, chafing trusses that make life a burden and misery, then HERE and NOW is the time to act. O. E. Green the Rice expert, trained und'er the personal direction of W. S. Rice, of Adams, N. Y., originator of the famous Rice (Non- Surgical) Rupture Method, will be at Cerro Gordo Hotel, Mason Qity, Iowa, Wednesday, March 25 to give free demonstration and trial of his safe and painless Method to every man, woman and child who is ruptured. You have, no doubt, heard' and read : much about this famous Rice Rupture Method and the wonderful cures which thousands have reported from it. Now, you have 'the chance to find out all about it-to have it personally applied to your own rupture and loarn just what it can and will do in YOUR OWN case. Just call at the hotel and this Expert will give you his personal attention, best advice and 1 complete demonstration entirely free. Are .yoU tired of that binding, old .Then investigate,' the'Ride 'Method and -', learn the wonderful opportunity .for help and cure it offers. Remember it is different from everything else and is accomplishing- wonderful results where all other treatments, and 1 even operations have failed. It is modern, up-to-the-minute, abreast of the latest scientific developments. It is the one Rupture Method you are not asked to take on faith alone--the one Method that is positively demonstrated to you right on your own rupture, without any charge whatever. Don't let this great opportunity get away from you. Your call on the Rice Expert is sure to prove one of the best things you ever did. He will be here only one day then your opportunity will be gone. Remember, you do not spend a penny unless, after having a complete demonstration, you decide this is the Method for you, and you--you alone--are the sole judge of that. Call any time from 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m., or 7 to 9 evenings. Simply ask at the hotel for the Rice Expert and he will do the rest. Don't miss seeing the Rice Expert. If for any reason you cannot call, write for FREE TRIAL to Wm. S. Rice, Inc., Box 167, Adams, N. Y. Lake . HELEN IIEN1MUCKS News Editor Residence Phone 340W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phono 67 LAKE MUSICAL IS ANNOUNCED Benefit Staged to Defray Expense of District Music Congest. CLEAR LAKE, March 23.--The musical organizations of the high school have arranged a program of music to be given Wednesday night in the high school auditorium, thu proceeds of which will be used for the expenses of the sub-district music contest Saturday at Mason City. Miss Ferae Heiny, director of the glee clubs and chorus, and John Kopecky, director of the band and orchestras, are sponsoring the entertainment. Vocal solos will be given by Dorothy Beal, Marguerite Halvorson, Stanley Wick, Halvor Cornstock, Frances Putman and Clifford Vik. Stanley Anderson will give a violin solo and Frances White will give a cornet selection. The band, junior and senior high school orchestras, the girls' glee club and girls' sextet will all participate in the program. The program is scheduled at 8 o'clock. Students taking part in the program will have tickets for sale. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Tuesday--Congregational Missionary society meets at the home of Mrs. J. B. 'Patterson at 2:30 o'clock. Methodist church men will serve a public supper at the church basement. Rebekah lodge meets at the I. O. O. F. hall for initiation and draping of the charter. Wednesday--Lions club entertains wives at dinner at the Clear Lake Country club. Auxiliary sewing circle meets at the home of Mrs. L. E. Ashland at 2:30 o'clock. Stafford post of American Legion meets at the clubrooms. Musical program at the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock. Thursday--Commercial club business meeting at the Watkins cafe. Altrurian club meets at the home ' of Mrs. R. E. McFarlane. Rotary club meets at the I. O. O. F. hall. Chicago Pastor to Hold Sessions at Gospel Tabernacle CLEAR LAKE, March 23.--The Rev. Alvin Prestholt, Chicago, will be the speaker at the Gospel Tabernacle every evening at 7:45 o'clock from Tuesday, March 24, to Sunday, April 5. "The End Time Prophecy'' will be the general theme of discussion. The books of Daniel and Revelations will be the main source of the talks. The Rev. Prestholt is a former Clear Lake man. NO MORE PILES HEM-ROID, the prescription of Dr. J. S. Leonhardt, is guaranteed to banish any form of Pile misery. It gives quick action even in old, stubborn cases. HEM-ROID tablets succeed because they heal and restore the affected parts and remove blood congestion in the lower bowel--the cause of piles. Only an internal medicine can do this, that's why salves and cutting usu.- ally fail. Michael Drug- Co., and druggists everywhere sell HEM- ROID with guarantee that it costs you nothing if it doesn't end' all HEAL YOUR SKIN from within with this new strength Miss Mary Rank, Clearwatcr, N. Y., writes: "My face was blemished with many pimples. No treatment I used did them any good. I also had bolls. My appetite was poor. My weight was off and I felt nervous. After taking S.S.S. my complexion cleared up lieautltully. My appetite Improved. I now rest well at night and am greatly benefited in every way." Yon, tpo, will want to take S.8.S. Select the larger size as It hold] double the quantity and represents a price caving, O S.S.S. Co. Mason Cityan Fined on Liquor Charge CLEAR LAKE, March 23.--A. H. Toinby, Mason City, was arrested Saturday afternoon by Officer A. R. Peterson for intoxication. He was fined $25 and costs in police court before Mayor W. H. Ward. His Hudson auto is being held by police for 30 days. Alice Smith and Doris B.pssa Honored at Dance CLEAR LAKE, March 23.--A dance was held at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith Saturday night in honor of the birthdays of their daughter, Alice' Smith, and Doris Bussa. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Fred Bussa were hostesses at the affair. Refreshments were served late in the evening. Walter Atkinson Feted on Birth Anniversary CLEAR LAKE, March 23.--A group of 20 relatives and neighbors honored Walter Atkinson on his birthday this webk-end. They met at the Atkinson rural home where the evening was spent informally. Mrs. Sonflrol Is louder. CLEAR LAKE, March 23.--The Congregational Missionary society will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. B. Patterson at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. A. I. Sondrol will,,be the lesson leader. E v e r y S p r i n g t a k e S . S, S . T o n i c T 41 £f Watch Your Kidneys! Kidney Disorders Are Too Serious to Ignore. · I 4 bothered with bladder irri- ··- la! getting up at night and constant backache, don't take chances! Help your kiil- neya at the first sign of disorder. Use Doaii'i Pills. Snccessfiil for more than 50 years. Endorsed the world over. Sold by dealers everywhere. 50,000 Users Publicly Endorse Doan's: f~ j ".r »...*,«..._, u..u A nua wuk.icu. i ue vecrciions SCAIdCu and contained leduncnt. I had «harp pains in my haclc and attack) of dizziness bothered me, Doan'a Pub «oon had me feeling tike my«clf again.". I loan's Pills A Diuretic for the Kidneys CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS M. C. Uydson, Story City, spent the week-end in Clear Lake' with, friends. He visited also in Britt with his. parents. Dorothy Wallace, Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at the .home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur Wallace. She is a student in the Iowa State Teachers' college. Max Bird returned home Saturday afternoon from Ames, where he has ben attending the Iowa State college. W. H. Dickirson made a business trip to Thompson Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Shirk, SJoiix Rapids, spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rorem, South Second street. They also visited with many other friends made while they lived in Clear Lake. Mrs. S. L. DeWigrgins and daughter, Helen, and Mrs. Joe Power and son, Joe, Mason City, left Sunday morning for Kansas City, Mo., where they will spend a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mc- Ciure. airs. Eva Butcher, mother of Mrs. Power and Mrs. DeWiggins, THIEVES BREAK INTO COTTARS MacNider and Weeks' Summer Homes Are Ransacked by Marauders. CLEAR LAKE, March 23.-Thieves broke into the two Mac- Nider cottages on West Second street and the Carl Weeks' cottage on the north shore the past week and left the buildings in a state of disorder. Entrance was gained in each case by breaking window glasses and reaching in to unlatch the window, or by prying the windows. The matter was brot before police authorities Saturday, altho Officer A. R. Peterson stated that entrance had probably been made to the cottages at one time earlier in the week and sometime Friday night. No articles of value were found to be missing, altho all of the drawers and closets had been ransacked. A small amount of cheap "jewelry was missing from the MacNider cottage. Owners of the cottages have not inspected the work. Tho drippings from red candles left marks on the rugs in al] of the summer homes. Police state that the work was that of local talent acquainted with the homes. No persons have been questioned altho several clews are held by police. Several cottages in Oakwood park were reported to have been broken into some time aero. will return to Clear Lake with them after spending the winter with her daughter. S. L. DeWiggins and sons, Richard and Jack, and Joe Power accompanied them to Des Moines Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Craft and family moved their household furnishings to Des Moines to their new home Monday. They have been living at 511 North Second street. Mr. Craft is connected with the extension department of Iowa State college, Ames. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Culver, MCSL- dr :r, S. Dak., and Mrs. Mable Cedarholm, Ruthven, returned to their homes Sunday after visiting at the home of their sister, Mrs. A. N. Anderson, and mother. Mrs. Magnus Nielson, Division street, left Saturday night for Chicago, where she will visit her brother for about a week. M. P. Hughes left Sunday night on a business trip to Chicago. Harold 1'hlllips returned to his work at Mitchell, S. Dak., Saturday after spending several days at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs N. W. Phillips. IOWA STATE DAY BANQUET IS HELD George Godfrey Addresses 50 Alumni Meeting; Escher Elected President. "I am determined that state schools shall be maintained at their present standard," declared George Godfrey, Algona, member of the state board of education, before a group of 50 alumni and friends of Iowa State college at -the annual alumni banquet held at the Y. M. C. A. Saturday night. Because of present conditions many would like to see a reduction in the expenses of tho state institutions, according to Mr. Godfrey. The banquet was held in honor of the seventy-third birthday celebration of. Iowa State college, an event observed thruout the United States by alumni of the school, P. F. Hopkins, city manager, acted as toastmaster. "The real test of an educational institution is the men who compose it," Mr.. Godfrey, who is a graduate of the college, continued. "The thing "nost of us remember most clearly ibout Iowa States is the mine men with whom we were associated there." Max Escher, Mason City, was elected president of the Cerro Gor- rlo and Worth county alumni association at an election of officers. Rodney Fox, Mason City, was Reeled secretary. Mrs. Bowles Attends Funeral for Sister Mrs. T. C. Bowles, 712 Jefferson avenue northwest, · returned from Scotland, N. D.ik., where she nc- -ompanied the body of her pister, Mrs. J. J. Adams, who died at Madison, Wis., last week. Sirs. Adams was buried beside her husband. Mrs A.dams is survived by a brother. Dr. Cuuper, Britt, a daughter, Edna ill in a hospital at Madison, a sister Mrs. Hales, Des Moines and Mrs Bowles. Car and Motorcycle Collide on Streets A car driven by Nathan Lapiner, 117 Carolina avenue southeast, and a Quick Delivery motorcycle driven by R. C. Thompson, 121 Twenty- third street southwest, collicied" at the intersection of First street ant Monroe avenue northwest at 10:30 o'clock Monday forenoon. Thompson was taken to Park hospital by Lapiner for treatment but was dismissed as soon as his injuries were dressed. He received cuts and bruises. Home Made Ice Cream Plant to Open Tuesday A. G. Birdsall, formerly of Perry Tuesday will open a retail establish mcnt for home made ice cream a 518 North Federal avenue. Thruout the day Mr. Birdsall will give ou 50 gallons of ice cream in the torn of samples to persons visiting the plant. The ice cream will be maik in the window of the store. Mr Birdsall arrived in Mason City Fri day with his family and is making his home at 803 Connecticut avenut northeast. Mrs. Bliss Recovering From Illness and Fal Mrs. W. L. Bliss, 138 Tenth stree northwest, was apparently recover ing Monday afternoon from an ill ness suffered in the morning when she fell and remained unconscious for some time. Monday afternoon she had recovered consciousness anc was in a much improved condition No evidences of paralysis were found. Arm Broken at Convlth. CORWITH, March 23.--Stanley Greiner received a fractured arm while cranking a tractor Thursday morning. HOUSE ON FARM Sufficient Water Not Available to Combat Flames at Wilhite Place. Fire destroyed the two story rame house on the W. G. Wilhito arm four miles east of town Saturday evening. The house sets on he west side of the road and other arm buildings on the east side of he road wero not ignited. Firemen from Mason City combating the flames in the attic escaped injury when a portion of the roof and chimney "caved in. Not enough water to make an ef- 'ective stream was available, and he booster tank streams were not arge enough to overcome the heat of the fire by the time 'the department arrived, firemen said. Not even enough water to keep the Booster pumps working was available, they said. The call was received by the department at 5:52 o'clock. The house was insured. Much of :he furniture was carried from the louse and saved. The exact cause of the fire h not been determined but firemen said they thot a defective chimney or sparks from the chimney started tho blaze, ender is Damaged in Automobile Crash Here The automobile driven by Milo eterson, 210 Adams avenue nortn- vest, received a damaged fender vhen struck by a car which failed :o stop- following the accident at Fifth street and South Federal avenue about 9:30 o'clock Saturday night. The car carried license 00-80 according to the report made to tho police station by Mr. Peterson. HAROLD PRIEM Nora Springs Man, Formerly Was Superintendent at Zearing. NORA SPRINGS, March 23.-Funeral services for Harold Priem were held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church. Mis pastor, the Rev. Aclolph Beuerman of the Evangelical church was in charge, assistd by the Rev. H. A. Temple of Waukon, who was a former pastor of Mr. Priem. Burial was in Park cemetery. Harold Priem was born Jan. 21, 1900, near Carpenter. When a small boy he came with his parents to Nora Springs where he attended school and was graduated from high school. Following his graduation he took a course in technical arts at Iowa State college at Ames. In 1921 he was married to Miss Marian Sherman of Nora Springs. He continued a year at Ames and tlien taught school at Greely, during which time he took correspondence work and by attending summer school was graduated at Ames For six years he taught at Grceley He accepted the position of super intendent of the consolidated schools at Zearing but was com pelled to g-ive up because of a ner vous breakdown. He came to Nora Springs to live and after a year began to write insurance. Mr. Priem was a member of the Evangelical church, was Sunday school superintendent and heic other offices in the church. He war a. member of the Masonic lodge. Boy Scouts atended his funeral in a group. He leaves his wife and little five year old daughter, Doris, three sisters, Mrs. Emma Garloch, Carpenter; Mrs. Rose Pribbenow and Miss Emma Priem, Nora Springs; four brothers. Fred Priem. San Fernando, Cal.; Will Priem, Burlington Wash.; Jake and Lincoln Priem Carpenter. Minnesota Fostoffice Robbed. MAZEPPA, Minn., March 23. -T --Robbers entered the Mazeppa postoffice during the night, cartec the safe two miles out of town broke it open, and stole 517 in casl: and stamps. ijured in an automobile accident ast Monday, was dismissed from ark hospital Saturday. The other wo boys still at the hospital, Raymond Hughes, 18 Adams avenue IAN FINED $100 ICensett Man Arrested for Speeding; Leaves City $10 Fine. Al Lancaster, Mason City, was fined J100 and costs at police court Monday morning on a charge of reckless driving. He admitted he had been drinking. He was arrested at Second street and South Federal avenue. Victor Lindstrom and Frank Kloberdanz, both of Mason City, were each fined $10 and costs for intoxication. Kloberdanz carried a bruised cheek received in a fight with his son. Ted Anderson, 833 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, charged with intoxication, forfeited a 510 bond when he failed to appear. A. D. Hewett, Kensett, was fined 510 on a charge of speeding. Officers said they pursued him from the north part of town to Fourth street before they were able to catch him and that they drove about 60 miles an hour. Hewett said he did not drive over 30 miles an hour but he was in a section of the city in which the speed limit is 15 miles an hour. Injured High School Boy Leaves Hospital Durwood Smith, 1012 Carolina avenue northeast, high school boy DANDRUFF GOES --ITCHING ENDS when Zemo touches thn scalp Douse cooling, healing, cleansing ZEMO on the scalp and rub vigorously. If you're like thousands of others the way dandruff vanishes and itching stops will be a surprise and delight. Use this rcmarttable clean, family antiseptic liquid freely. It's the sensible way to get rid of Dandruff and Itching Scalp Keep ZEMO handy. Safe and de pendable for all forms of itching irritations of the skin and scalp 35c, GOc and 51.00. Piles Treated Without Surgery Write For FREE Book A new instructive book, "Piles Treated Without Surgery," fully il lustrated, printed in colors anc copyrighted, has been published by Dr. McCleary, the noted Recta Specialist, E-505 Elms Boulevard Excelsior Springs, Mo. In it Doctor McCleary tells how sufferers from Piles - can be successfully treatec without surgery, without the use o: chloroform and ether, if treatment is taken in time. The McCleary treatment has been successfully vised for over 30 years. Over 23,000 cases of rectal trouble have been treated by Dr. McCleary and hib associates. If you surfer with Piles or other rectal troubles, write Dr McCleary today for a Free copy of this book and their large reference iist. of former patients. All litera ture sent in plain wrapper free and postpaid.--Adv. Thanks to Triple Action "AH winter I looked forward to that particular dance. How I wanted to look my best! And just that day I caught a bad cough. I saw my evening of evenings ruined! Mother came to the rescue with Smith Brothers' Cough Syrup. It worked wonders. My cough got better after the first spoonful. By night I had lost it completely." Lucille Gerrity, 32 West 53rd Street, N. Y. C. BROTHERS Triple Action COUGH SYRUP ENDS COUGHS THE/ MEDICAL WAY ONLY^ Superintendent to Give.Talk. SCARVTLLE, March 23.--G. 5" Frandle, superintendent of Worth schools, will apeak at tho next meeting of the Parent-Teachei-3 .issnr.iifion Tuesday evening. PARK THEATER Clear Lake IVIonday JOAN CRAWFORD "Dance, Fools, Danco" Tuesday--Wednesday NOUMA TALMADGE Don f t Go to Extremes To End Constipation When bad breath, or a coated :ongue, biliousness or headaches warn of constipation, don't take violent purgatives. There s no use when a candy Cascaret will stop the trouble in a j i f f y ; will cleanse your system pleasantly, and completely. The relief you get so promptly Crom Cascarets is lasting. Cascar- ets are made from cascara, a auh- ntance which medical authorities agree actually strengthens the howel muscles. So Caacarets are a blessing to old folks with weakened bowels; to children; to anyone in need of establishing regular bowel habilw. Ten cents a box--all drug ntores. For One Person southwest, and Junior Seney, 622 Washington avenue southwest, are both doing well, according to tholr physicians. Six boys were hurt in the accident which occurred near Rudcl. For Two Persons- Only f/.OO Additional-AnyRoom, LEXINGTON AVEl£48lh ST. Frank Greqson J. Leslie Kincaid Manager President Direction oF American Hotels Corporation GROCERY S A V E S Y O U PHONE 112-113-114 M O N E Y FREE DELIVERY Attend Globe-Gazette cooking school at High School Auditorium this week. AH articles demonstrated there are on sale here. Mr. Farmer:--Bring us your cpcgs--they buy more here! WE QUOTE BELOW A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS C | ZAc Mayonnaise, -I O · J C \ per Jar A O C BKID.-VU, light or (lark, 16-oz. loaf Strictly Fresh, (Limited) ptir dozen 15c '·* "·China, with two 'American womeu EAT VEGETABLES Pumpkin, No. 2 cans lOc .IGc Pumpkin, 2 quart cans 25c Hominy, large cans 10c 18c Luna Benns, 2 cans 25o Kidney Beans, per can....lflc lOc Baked Beans, 3 cun» .. .25c 18o Succotash, per cun 15c Green String Beans, 2 cans 25c Wax String Beans, 2 cans 2R! Sweet Potatoes, can 15n Sauerkraut, No. 2 c n n s . . . l O c Spaghetti, per can 10o IfSn Sauerkraut, 2 cims .. . .25« Crisco, 2 !bs. 35o 25c Catsup, 2 for Sao Nut Meats, per Hi 58c lOo Jelly Powder, 4 pkgs 25c Rice, best grade, 5 Ihs 25c Suit, 3-lb. sack lOc Suit, in-Ut. Rack 23c Black WnlmrlH, S livs 25o English. Walnuts, per Hi 25o Pop Corn, S Ibs 25c Dates, 2 Ihs 25c IBo Lye, 2 cans 2Go Green Tea. '/; Ib ,25o Crescent Crackers, 2-111. caddy.. IJrown or Powdered Sugar, il Ibs Dry Lima Beans, 2 Ihs Full Wisconsin Cream, per Ib, ISc Llhby's Milk, R largo cans. . 2 f c l Macaroni, 3 Ihs 2oc | lOc Crescent Noodles or Spaghetti, S pUgs 2i5c j Cocoanut Taffy Burs, per Ib. 23e | Ginger Snaps or Fig Bars, 2 Ibs 25c| Marshmallows, per pkg. . .. Kin 15c Currants, 2 tfkgs SHc | jiislns, 2 Ibs 25e Minced Clams, per can ... .25c Fish Flakes, per can lic rink Salmon, Ib. can lOo Smiohs, per ruin lOc Red Boy Salmon, Jurgo....35o Red Kose Salmon, 1 Ib. can 29« Tumi Fish, per cun, IHc and 2Sc Oil Sardines, 2 cans 25c RED PITTED CHERRIES£."...77c CORN, PEAS, TOMATOES! 12o Corn, can 10c| Inn eradp, 2 cans 2:lo j IHc jrrttdc, 2 cans 80c 2flc grudc, 2 cans Sue j 25cjjrade, 2 cans 10: j 25o Sanl-Flush, can I9o Pancalco Flour, 3i/ 2 -ll. sack 19o 3Go White Flour, 5-lb. snok 2!)o Cocoa, best grade, 2 Ihs 25o 1'ennut Butter, p«r 11 l!)o MAZOLA 1'JNT CANS QUART CANS j/ 2 GALLON CANS IN BULK. PER iUAHT . .28o .890 .H9c TOWANA BACON, PER IJJ SLICED, TALL CORN, LB. PKG. . SHANKLESS PICNICS, PER LB. .29c .2Bc .18o Chlpso, large pkg... 19c| P. nnd G., 5 bars ... 15c Argo Starch, 8 His 30 EAST STATE STREET C. E. BUSH, Prop. TUES. WED. AND THURS. SELLING -- Mashes Coffee With your coupon, Ib. tin Van Camps Ketchup; ^ "."' 15c Cool Spring Golden Bantam Corn; 2 No. 2 tins 38ij Cool Spring Tomatoes; 3 No. 2 tins Bar, Cool Spring Tomato Juice; 2 tins IHc Klnora Sugar Corn; 'A No. JJ tins 8i! Orange Brand Sugar I'eas; 8 No. 2 tins 39c ^Plymouth. Cut Green or Wax Beans; 2 No. 2 tins 2Hc: Lilibys Spinach; large 2i/ 2 tin lllc. Campbells Pork Beans; 8 tins 22e Gulf Kist Shrimp; wet or dry, tin l!Jc Carnation Milk; 3 tall or 6 sm. tins . .25c Shady Del! Apple Butter; largo 8S oz. jar 25c Happyvale Pink Salmon; 2 tall pound cans 23« 1'abst Gingeralc; 2 large 12 oz. bottles 27c I'ahst Blue Ilililion Beer; 3 large 1'Z or., bottles ;25t; Crisco; pound can K3» Old Glory Macaroni or Sjiashntti; 5 large pltgs 35o Rnmford Baking Powder; large 12 o-/.. can 23K Mortons Salt; plain or lodizud, tube 8c Crosecnt Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 pkgs loo Campfire Marshmallows; S stook '.. 3 large rolls Red Bag Coffee; ^ s r! al .'. 8 . I ! M :." 3 . c . i ....22c Fancy Blue Kosn Rlcn; 2 pounds .................... lOc Brown or Powdered Sugar; 3 pounds ............... 2H'. Grnat Northern Navy BoanS; 2 pounds' .............. 18c Santa Clar.'i Prunes; 4 pounds .................... . .2. r c. Fanny Bulk Cocoa; 2 pounds ........................ l!)n Lima Beans; new clean crop; 2 pounds .............. !!): Camay Toilet Soap; ( l O o pkg. nxyilol f r e e ) with 3 bars 22o Fcls Naptha Soap; 10 largB bars ................... Tinr, Blue Bnrrcl Soup; 8 pound burs .................... 23c Coffee Specials ; ' ' I!utten " t . 39c Pure, Vanilla; largo 4 oz. bottle Sunshine Krispy or Graham Crackers; 2 Ih. caddy Ilend Lettuce; largo solid beads, 2 for New Texas Cabbage; pound Florida Grapefruit; large sl/.c, 4 for Florida Oranges; largo and Juicy, dozen ....... Celery; large well blenched stalks Spinach; for your h e a l t h ; 2 pounds Eating or Cooking Apples; ·! pounds " iat rp "' ' )0ly 1 " l " (I( ' r ' 3 !/Je l!)r, ... Siic, 15c , 3 pounds ,--SUtfiso-CMpso-Qxydol Large package Kraft's Mayonnaise; g^ oo .fripnrlq

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