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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T 7 1929 GROCERY PHONE 439 EARL DOBBS PROP 333 SO FEDERAL WE DELIVER ALL ORDERS OR OVER Bread reg DECKERS BACON DECKERS BACON English Sliced pound Canadian pound Squares pound Pure Lard 2 pounds Breakfast Sausages pound carton BUTTER Clear Lake pound Ohio Matches carton Macaroni and Spaghetti 3 pkgs Wisconsin Cheese pound i Market Day Raisins 4 pounds Corn Belle Plaine 3 for Tomatoes good qualityB3 for 23c 29c 29c 25c 25c National Premiums Sodas or Grahams 2 pounds Kahton Crepe 3 for Red Band 4 for Northern Tissue 3 for Libby Fruit Salad Pineapple broken slices Camay Soap 4 for Lux Toilet Soap 4 for Eggs Strictly Fresh dozen 30c Gold Medal Flour 49 Ibs IH Flour 49 Ibs Guaranteed QA Flour 24 Ibs PANCAKE FLOURS Robb Ross 4 Ibs Prairie Queen Jbs Pillsbury plain or Buckwheat w 33c 30c 38c McLaughlins Gem lb 3 Peaberry pound 40c pound45c MANOR HOUSE 58c Lb COFFEE Nash 1 lb 51c Folgers pound55c Hills pound 55c Butternut pound49c FRUITS FRUITS Bananas 3 Ibs25c Oranges sweet juicy dozenI5c Oranges large dozen 3gc Oranges extra large dozenggc FRUITS Head Lettuce solid heads 3 for25c Grape Fruit dozen 59C Lemons Apples Winesaps and Rome Beauties 4 Ibs25c Northern Beans 2 Ibs25c Lima Beans 2 Ibs34C Rice 4 Ibs25c Bulk Macaroni 3 Ibs25c Farina 3 Ibsjgc Apricots25c Powdered Sugar 3 Ibs25c Brown Sugar 3 Ibs25c Primes large size 2 Ibs27c Marshmallows pound 25e Prunes 6070 3 Ibs 29c OLD TROOP 15 STARTS OFF BOY SCOUTS JUBILEE Scout oath At the same tlmo thru out the United States nearly 900000 other Boy Scouts and over 100000 leaders will perform a similar act The double header basketball game to be held in the high school gym Fri day evening will be stopped promptly at in order to give all scouts and leaders among the spectators and scouts In the basketball teams an op Jportunity with their fellowscouts ThirtySlX Members and thruout the country to repledge them 1 selves to the scout oath Basketball games will bo stopped all over the North Iowa council by arrangement Leaders Have Banquet Program One of the most Impressive Boy Scout troop reunions that has ever been held in Mason City officially opened anniversary week Wednesday evening wlien 36 members and leaders of Ola Troop 15 gathered at the I O O P dining room Practically every Boy Scout in the troop la a vet eran having served live or more years a number of them being stu dents in college and a number out of school Qhe banqiet had been arranged by C IT Stevens chairman of the troop Jii committee and Halph SUxnbery n member of the committee Served Five Guests whcT had boen connected with the troop during its interesting his Shart Morgan Harry Wright J C Wilson and ISrdix Swift Mr Swift has served over live years the troop as Its scoutmaster The troop will register for the new year this month and at the sugges tions of Ralph Stanberythe members decided that the old troop should become a permanent organization and that once a year a reunion should be held which would include every scout and leader who had belonged to the troop Opened With Pledge The banquet opened with the ro pletlge of all those present to the scoxjt oath and after the banquet Mr Stan bery reviewed the history of the troop He spoke of the many times that the troop hart met under the leadership of isitlls Swift and t he troop committee Mr Stanbcry stressed the importance of a pormaj ncnt organization in the troop ana the importance of the friendships formed in the troop under the guidinp star of the scout oath Brief remarks were given by Execu tive J C Underwood Deputy Com missloner Charles R Crumb was a guest of the evening Following the banquet the entire troop adjourned to Clear Lake where the members enjoyed an evening of skiing and tobogganing with school men and coaches Scouts to Repledge Oath Thursday Night at Basketball Game Twelve hundred Boy Scouts In the Vorth loiva council together with vcr 100 scoutmasters and assistants nd approximately 300 troop commit eemcn will stand at attention at Friday evening and cdedicate themselves to the Boy 230 South Federal Ave UCE GROCERY OUR PRICES NEVER HIGH Eat More Your Best Food iOc Loaves Phone 33003301 15c AISINS Packed by Sun Maid Fancy Head 3 Full Pounds 19c Black Walnuts lb Sc Honey Carrots Fre8h 2 Bunches 19c Peaches Large Can Libbys 19c Hard Water Castile 3 Bars 19c Salt Free Running Reg 12c Box 2 for 19c SaniHush 19c Corn Meal L5rI9c Matches 6 Large Boxes 19c Catsup Large 25c Bottle 19o Coffee Why Pay More 3 Pounds SALAD DRESSING The Most Delicious Dressing Made Reg 25c special 19c TEA fancy Japan It satisfies lb PEARS Buauood large can SugarBrown 3 pounds 19c Bran Flakes L 19c Hominy sI5cCan19c Peanut BUTTER A Better Quality 19c PHONE US 3300 OR FREE DELIVERY PHONE US 3300 OR 3301 FOOD PRICES ARE CHEAPER AT THIS STORE Popcorn DONT MISS THIS I9c SALE IT MEANS PROFITS TO YOU QUALITY MERCHANDISELOW PRICES FARMERSWE WANT EGGS NO REFUND ON JUNKED AUTOS Money Returns Only for Theft Sale of Destruction by Accident Ruling Raymond automobile clerk at Ibo otfico oE the county treasurer Thursday made the announcement that there would bo no refunds for the licenses on junkeu cars The law provides that refunds may he made on the license of an automo bilewhich Is destroyed by fire or ac cident which Is stolen nnd not recov ered by the owner before the expira tion of the registration period for which the fee was pnld or which if sold and continuously used beyond thv bounderles ot the slate It was pointed out This refund which amounts to a half of the motor vehicle license fee paid for the year will be paid to the owner on tho following January Mr Raymond polntefl out that at tempts to obtain refunds for junlted automobiles are Usually made by the score In fact many persons in the buying and selling of worn out motor vehicles talto this supposed license re fund into consideration The warning la given thus early in orrter to give residents of the county an to protect themselves nnd not be mis led It was stated by Mr Raymond BREAD IS NATURES MOST COMPLETE RATION The Idea Is Becoming More Popular Every Day More and move women these days are serving white bread and at least another kind at the same time for they have learned how much a variety of our breads adds to a meal For additional deliciousness and wholesomeness serve more different kinds of bread Your grocer will supply you Pfaff Baking Company FRIEND ANU NEIGHBOR SERVE A VARIETY OF BAKED GROCER HAS THEM The Cut Rate Grocery Let Us Save You Know We Can Do It We Sell the best grade of groceries at the lowest prices pSible FARMERS us your will buy more here Phone EaSt State Bargains ALWAYS BUSY Free Delivery Powdered Sugar 3 Ibs 25c Walnuts 3 good ones per bunch Dills per quart Beans 2 Ibs Corn that will Lettuce lOc 3 for Spaghetti Muslard Sardines Ibs cans 2 lb box quart 2 Ibs 2 for CANE SUGAR WITH 3200 ORDER OF OTHER NOT INCLUDED New Green Onions per bunch r O C P nnd G Soap 5 bars 15c Pure Liml 2 HJS Dales 2 LLs 25c Prince Albert or Velvet Tobacco 2 cans Head Rice 1 Ibs 25c COFFEE Peabcrry best crade per 3Rc Cut Rate Speciirl in bulkIb 43c Nash Delicious in built per lb48c Ground the lny you get it BACON Kacon Spaares per Ih Sliced Bacon per lb nnconcttcs per lb 3c Aspirin Buyers 35c sizo per iox 18c Olives quart jars 48c Veg Canned etables lac Kidney Bcirns 2 SBc Beets large cans21c 25c Sweet Potatoes quart cans 21c AspiiraRiis quart cans 25c Inc Saner Kraut arpo cans 2 I8c Mma Bcnns 2 cans 2Sc lTe Iyo Hominy lnrKo ransi 2 for Mixed VcBctables No 2 cnn18C or Ffc Bars 2 Ibs 2ic rer Ih Mrs Declicrs Homo Mndo CnnkleH perVhiizBc FLOUR S5c Wbito Flour 5 IN Kmh 2Pc H lb sack Corn Meal 25C JII Ih sack Corn Meal 43C JO Ih Whole Wheat or Graham sL in HJ nruu KJO wN Pirrn Hiirtnvlical in Hi siclt SSc TOILET PAPER SOc Nortliern Tissue per tulle 45 4 rolls 05 3 rolls 25 CANNED FRUFTS in Syrup Peaches Pears Pineapple and Apricots can 4 cans 93c CORN PEAS TOMATOES 15c grade 2 cans 25c 18c grade 2 cans30c 20c grade 2 cans35c 25c grade 2 cans40c SUNKIST ORANGES Per Dozen 15c 19c 28c 38c 48c BREAD Purity Brand No Better Made Llclit or Dtirlc 2 Loaves 15c BUTTER Glenwood No Better Made Per pound Sweet Relish quart jars sure fine JOC 15c Figs large pkg 2 for or fciDC Fresh Marsh mallows per lb Cocoa or nut per lb Uncolored Japan Tea 1 Q Sittings 1 Ib pkg French Dress Of ing 2 bottles Red Pimentoes t A per glass n r I Cocoa 23c ri Ann 49 rLUUn Jersey Cream 49 lb Sunbeam 49 Ib Wo carry all braniln ot ccl our prices liisfore bnyitiK Kcil Salmon I Hi ran 29c Oalnieal Onalt In built r HIM 25c FISH Cod Klsi bonclcsn 1 lb mx Sardines In cotlon need oil i Skipper HrlHlliiK Slilfipur fitmrltn t en MK15 Hirrijii 2 for jn Sen Pearl Smcllnefi cilivti oil 2 CHUN2j PEANUT BUTTER Hut furs In liulk irr Ib Ill Best Grade DRIED FRUITS Apricots per lb 23c Blue Ribbon Peaches pound box 23c Prunes extra large 2 Jbs 35c Prunes large size 2 Ibs 25c Cut Rate Grocery Please let us have your orders early as we are very busy and want to give yon the hcsl of service KKST GRADK Gallon Fruits Apricots Irujica fin Itiirllelt rnum Hindi Clicrrlfs Pitted Crusheil Plnrajiple fraolirs Hnlves fCnsplicrrlps 98c Our Car at Your Neighbors Door Means That the Groceries Being Delivered Are Paid For 30 East State Street PHONE 112113114 C E Bush Mgr
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