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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                ssiiVJiL TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 1929 Sterling Stands for Quality Sterling No 1 13 N Federal lityTl We deliver orders or over any time any kind of weather any place Use either front or rear entrance A Hot Winter Chilly days sure is Btit my how your blood tingles when you figure what you save by trading with us then you warm up Sterling No 2 812 S Penn INSANITY THOT CAUSE OF DOUBLE MURDE Phone 1600 Phone 1600 Friday Saturday Monday EGGS Selected Strictly Fresh Doz We talto particular pride in ttie quality of our eggs Every egg Is camlled nnd tested by an expert Our eggs brought In daily by the farmers Some of the eggs so fresli tliey are still warm Deckers English Sliced Bacon Ib 4 Ib Jars Jam any flavor 2 b Jars Jam any flavor 1 Ib Jars Jam any flavor 8 oz Jars Jam any flavor 35c 98c 49c 29c 23c Wisconsin Long horn Cheese Ib Brick Cheese pound Jello any flavor 3 for Fig Bars 2lbs Ginger Snaps 2 Ibs Brooms good ones P G Soap 1O for 35c Why Italians Have Large Families Most Italians run fruit stores Considerable fruit Rets soft and un saleable They have the kfds eat It We return soft and unsaleable fruit to tile fruit houses COMPLElfl OF FliOTTS AND FRESH VEGETABLES Grape Fruit 5 for25c Oranges large dozen 58c Roman Beauties 4 Ibs25c Celery nice 20c Lettuce solid headslOc Oranges medium doz 35c Oranges good size 2 dozen 35c Lemons dozen 39c Bread 2 for 1 Sc Oxjrilol large pltjr 22c OvyiTol small 3 for 25c CARROLL WOMAN IS TO BE GIVEN SANITY HEARING Husband Returns Home to Prevent Wifes Death Sees Dead Son CARROLL Feb 7 sudden attack ot insanity is believed to have caused Mrs John Herbers Jr 33 of Halbur to kin her two sons With stove poker yesterday afternoon and then attempt to take her own lite Arrival of her husband prevented Mrs Herbers from slashing her throat with a butcher knife She was to be taken before eanlty commissioners here today Breaking tnto the house after find ing the doors locked Herbers dig covered his son Walter 4 on the kitchen floor dead from blows on the head with the poker and Leonard 2 so seriously hurt that he died 45 min utes later Physicians said their skulls were fractured Herbers grabbed the knife from the hand of his wife who was standing nearby aa she was about to raiseit to her throat Mrs Herbers has been In 111 health for some time She told Coroner A F Smith of Manning and Sheriff J Buchhelt of Carroll that aha con templated killing herself previously but thnt the slaying1 of her children saa prompted after she heard tha whistle of the train bringing her hus band home from Carroll Kerbers a traveling salesman had been here on a business trip The Herbcrs have no other children yremlu Plimav nifm Pound 18c I pmini au i 2 Pounds 35o H J Heinz Products Cetchup large24c Jure Cider Vinegar qt 25c ure Cider Vinegar pt 15c Apple Butter jar24c Peanut Butter large 18c Mincemeat Ib25c Fig Pudding large39c Fig Pudding small19c Plum Pudding large 39c Tomato Soup lOc Oven Baked Beans lOc Salad Cream 25c Sandwich Spread25c Stuffed Olives Ige jar 35c Olives jar19c Plum Pudding small 19c Mustard 14c Mustard prepared 15c Monarch Products A Bold Statement We carry a complete line of Monarch products Tahe hnme a can of any of their products use it nnd if for any reason you are dissatisfied simply return us the label ami it wont cost you a cent Use the contents of the can COFFEE Mrs Henry K Coombs Funeral Services Held at Nora Springs Church NORA SPRINGS Feb Funeral services for Mrs Henry K Coombs wera held Wednesday at 11 R m at the Jr K church at Nora Springs conducted bthe Rev J A Schmidt pastor or the Alliance Gospel taber nacle at Mason City Mrs Coombs nee Elizabeth Area was born In Menafea county Ken ucky nearly 64 years ago and dfefl Feb 4 at her home here In 1SS2 sho was manlev to Henry Cooml3 To this union seven chil dren were born all ot whom are llv ag In 1908 the family to Illi nois and In 1915 to Iowa near Norn Springs and the past two years they have lived in Nora Springs She leaves her husband four daugh ters Ann now Mrs Emmlt McKenzle of Nora Springs Mary Eth el now Mrs R F Dyer west of Ma son City Cora Ivouvfaa now Mrs J S Lewis of Osborn Ohio Kebecka Green of Nora Springs 3 sons Ar thus Cortlce ot Mason City Cullle Freeman of Glenvllle Minn and Asa Paul of Rurtd There are also 15 grandchildren and one fjreat grand child Burial was at park cemetery at Nora Springs NORTH IOWA SOLONS ECKLES Of BUTLElt Butler countys representative in tho lower house of tile assem bly U R B Eclcles Mr Etlflcs mis born on a farm In Slarslmll county Aug 6 1870 He was educated in ilia rural schools fhore aiict in 1805 was graduated from ho Iowa State college He was married to Kna M Bumhnni in 1899 They hava tlireo clnlil ren Lester Gordun and Dotha Mr Eckles might dairying anil animal husbandry for two years at Doyteston Fa Ho settled near Arlington Iowa in 1900 where iio engaged in farming nnd livestock feeding For ninny years ho was justice of the peace also a meni bor of the Arlington consolidated school board For 12 years ho was president of tho board Ho is a member of the Presiiytcrian churtli Ho was elected repre sentative in 1934 and reelected in 192G and again in 1938 In tlio present session lie is chairman of ho committee on atntf education al institutions and a member of the following Agriculture claims fisli and game schools eit books telephone telegraph and express Toads ami hislnvnys ways anil means GARNER WINNERS IN CORN GRAIN SHOW SELECTED Exhibits Held in Connection With Fanners Institute E Dyas Ames Judge GARNER Feb In the small grain and corn exhibit at the agricultural institute held here the past three days are as follows For the host 10 ears of white corn William Boenke Ted Schmidt Ert Boenke Harvey Thorn and Henry Lemon re spectively won For the best 10 earn of yellow corn P pannhoff II Josten Caspar Pann hoff Paul Knaupp and Clarence Nei meyer won For the best single ear white corn Clarence Neimeyer Roy La whom anti Caspar Pannhofc won For the best single ear of yellow corn Harvey Thome Gus Boenke and Ben P Grelman received prizes For the champion single ear Har vey Thome won and William Boenke won a prize for the champion 10 ears For the best peck of oats Eel Knt terhenry Miner Schraeder Sr Ben IT GreJman and Fred Grlffen won For barley Ben P Greiman Tames Kurtz and Howard Kester won places For one peck of wheat Ben P Grel man and Caspar Panhoff won For sweet clover Ben P Greiman won He also won the second prize Irvln Jante won the only prize on soybeans Prof E 8 Dyajr Ames was the judge OLDEST HORSE IN STATE THOT TO BE AT 39 YEAR MARK DES MOINES Feb The oldest horso in Iowa so far ns Carl M Kennedy assistant secre tary of agriculture has been able to learn is a white mare owned by Walter P JLee ofKnoxville The horse is 39 years old J M Zezek of Diagonal owns a 3Gyearold horse There are two 3yyoarold horses known in the state Glaus Ehrp of Hols tern and J K Shackle ton of Boone are the owners Indict nt Estherville ESTHERVILLE Feb one indictment has been returned by the srand jury of Emmet county W E ITansen lias been indicted on a charge of failing to give preference at an in tersection Tlie accident in this case involved the death of George Buck ANNIVERSARY OF IOWAS LONGEST ROUTE OBSERVED 26 Years Since 2 Rural Mail Services Now Combined Began at Thornton THORNTON Feb years ago in February 1003 the two rural routes were established here Peter Sonderganrd was the carrier on route one and served continuously un til his death in November 1026 Charles Porter was the first carrier on route two and served only a lew years On April 1 1027 routes one and two were consolidated and diaries Brown who had served as carrier on routetwo for a number ot years was assign to servethe entire route which 6SS5 miles long the longest In low Beef Producers to Meet SIOUX CITY Feb words and honeyed phrases will bandied about Sioux City for days starting tomorrow when 500 da gates to the annual convention National Honey Producers league rive here Plans for the conventlf wero made by officers of the Wo bury county and the state beekee associations Emmetsburg Man Is ReNamed Member of Conservation Board DBS MOINES Feb 7 E G Saunders Emmetsbiirgr wag re elected chairman of thestate board of conservation at its February meel here HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From the GlobeGazettes 100 Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Folgers Ib55c Folgers 2 Ibs Maxwell House Ib 49c Nash Ib51c Butternut Ib49c Hills Ib55c Monarch Ib55c McLaughlins Gem 3 Ibs i Bunte Bros Famous Candy Yum Yum Peanuts Ib 49c Maraschino Cherries choc Yum Yum Raisins Ib 49c olate coated Ib box 35c Chicken Bones Ib 75c Almond Krunch Ib 75c Bulk Goods Powdered Sugar 3 Ibs 25c Brown Sugar 3 lbs25c Rice 4 Ibs25c Apricots Ib25c Bulk Cocoa 2 Ibs25c Bulk Cocoanut Hi25c Bulk Macaroni 3 lbs25c Marshmallows Ib25c Bordeiux Halves Ib Pecan Meats Ib79c Bulk Dates 2 Ibs25c Large Prunes Ib 22c Med size Prunes 2 Ibs 23c Pop Corn that pops 2 Ibs25c Black Walnuts 3 Ibs English Walnuts Ib Navy Beans 2 Ibs Lima Beans 2 Ibs English Walnut Meats pound 69c Farina 3 Ibs19c 25c 35c 1 2 Schools Enter Extempore Contest IOWA Feb Twelve Iowa high schools already have entered the contest of the Iowa Extemporaneous Speaking league sponsored by tho University of Iowa for the determin ation ot the state champion In that branch of forensics This announcement was made by Miss Helen Williams of the state uni versitys extension division who is in charge of entries Each school will hold Its final home contest prior to March 31 anil the four district contests will be conducted April 12 or 13 The district champions will meet at the university April 28 for the final round which will decide the title and which carries with it a unlversty scholarship for the winner and secondplace speaker year M schools entered the contest Harold Saks Abraham Lin coln HlRh of Council Bluffs won the title with Henry Wadsworth East high ot Sioux City us runnerup Ktrtn wood and Ottumwa were tho other two represented In the finals These are the schools which have entered the 192 affair Greenfield Toledo Ailalr TCsthervllIe Milford noekwoll City Stuart New London Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs Oskaloosa Rock Haphls and Daven port Price Brands Friendship Peas lOc Belle Plaine CornlOc Tomatoes tall canlOe North Beach Cut Heans Inc North Beach Cut Wax 15c Pineapple broken slices large can 23c Mushrooms pieces stems 39c Libbys Asparagus large cans 25c MTl your cliiclicns our oyster a hundred Ibs RI you can bring us more CRKS It wont ho long until wn have our new department tn Cash ir trade In Buy department of the store llso clliier front or rear entrance FRANKLIN COUNTY IS CLAIMANT FOR BEST COLT SHOWS HAMPTON Feb 7 it cornea to colt shows Franklin county claims to have them all bested And when this years county fair rolln around Aus 19 to 22 It Is hoped to net a new mark for infant horso exhibitions At tho 1928 fair 60 colts wern en tered Including 37 sucklns colts at the side of marcs nnd 23 yearlings Tho 15 judge 1 the best of thin sroun were taken to tho National BelRlan show at Waterloo and took nil but second and tenth prizes In the open show for yearlings nil but third and fifth in tho micklnpr colt class and nil honors in tho boys and girls colt show County Agent Hamilton htis been encouraging 4It club workers to raise colta Seventeen youngsters raising nn many young enulncn this yenr ENDS SWALEDALE VISIT Ameg haa re turned to his home at Farmlngton Minn He hart noen spending the win ter here at the homo of hts brother Lloyd Ames SOX BORN AT MARBLE ROCK MARBLE weighing A pounds was born yesterday to Mr and Mrs Edgar ISwald RUDD MEN LEAVE Walter Phllipp and Fred Lenke left by auto Wednesday for Jonesburg Mo to visit relatives VOTE AT CHAPIN members ot the M W A lodge met In the lodge room Monday eve and voted to havo a pro gram and social time for the members and their families LEAVE ROCK FALLS HOCK Jensen and Carl Kuhns left by auto for Texas Tuesday GUAFTON MAN ILL Borchardt un derwent major operation at tho Osage hospital Tuesday TO HOLD ALGONA CONTEST evening the home declamatory contest will be held in tlie auditorium of the high school MOVES TO BR1STOW J Small Britt who recently became owner of the oil ser vice station on Main street moved ills household goods here Monday TO GO TO IIANLONTOWN Ilcv A C Stowo ot the Church of Christ of Mason City will give a talk at the regular P T A meeting Friday eve ning Mrs Stowo will also appear on the program to give a vocal sol MOVE TO SHEFFIELD and Mrs Ralph Peters who have been spending the winter at tho homo ot Mr and Mrs Jake Tontz have moved to Sheffield GIVE STILSON LESSON fifth followup lea son in the third yenr clothing course for the Stllson school district was giv en at tho borne of Miss Evylln Jacl son Wednesday BUVS HOUSE AT FERTILE I Miller has pur chased the hcniso and lot in tlie cast end of town from tbo Citizens Savings bank at Hnnlonlown This property Is better known as the Elmer White SCARLET FEVER AT ORCHARD Earl Cole family Is quarantined with scarlet fever Kobert being tlie one who is 111 BOY BORN AT THOMPSON nnd Mrs James Kinden announce the arrival of an S pound boy Tuesday KKTUKNS TO LAKOTA E Ley returned Wednesday from Los Angeles Cal where ho had been tho last tbreo weeks on a business mission and vlslt intr xvith his brother nnd sister BIRTHS AT WIIITTEMORE girls wore born last week to Mr and Mrs George Bllgeman nt thn McCroery hospital and to Mr and Mrs Selnier Heng A hoy was born to Prof and Mrs P I VISITS IN LYLE LYL73 Dahl has been visiting friends in Lyle this WeejKAFTOV MAVOR NAMED a meeting of the local council held Tuesday evening diaries Verchoiv wns appointed mayor in tlio place left vacant by the death of J J Brlngolf 1KVINGTOV MAN AWAY Kpurgeon 1TI for Amboy Minn where ho will visit relntivCH for several tiuys ELECT AT HKISTOW board of directors ot tho West Point Mutual Telephone company recently veolected Roy Mer feld as local manager of tlie company Mr Merfeld served three vcars In this BANQUET AT SWALEDALE The members of tlie Woodman lodge hold a rabbit sup per at their hall Monday evening Thirty rabbits had been obtained In a ALGONA MERCHANTS AWAY K Ooeders P J Christcnsen L N Clirlscilles and Mrs Loren Minlcler went to Chicago to do the spring buying for their stores here ELECT AT CHAPIN Wayside Cemetery society met In tho Congregational church dining room for dinner Tues day This was the annual election officers and the following officers wevc elected President Mrs 13 O Essling cr vice president Mrs Charles lleu berger secretary Mrs C E Daven port treasurer Mrs Joe Boots ROCK FALLS SHEEP KILLED HOCK sheep of Roy Rotlrains were killed by dogs Mon day night LATIMEB MAN ILL Larson underwent an operation at the Lutheran hospital In Hampton MANLY VALENTINE PARTY night the women oC the Lutheran church met in the church basement for a valentine social Appropriate games and contests were held and lunch was served MEET AT NORA SPRINGS NOUA Womans Foreign Missionary society ot the M K church met Tuesday STILSON RESIDENTS ATTEND Rev and Mrs T If TJecker and a number of others from berg attended tho Farmers In stitute at Garner Tuesday ILL AT Rlinn Robert Krause local resident Is seriously lit at her home here In town TO GIVE ROCK FALLS PLAY ROCK Community club play Ace High will bo given at the high school auditorium Friday evenings SUPPER AT SWALEDALE women of the M E church served a pancake sup per in tho social rooms Monday eve ning Alter the supper tlie Rev Gar ner Osborn gave an Illustrated lecture on Chile the Shoestring Republic AID MEETS AT FERTILE Lndlcs Aid ot the Lutheran church met in the church parlor Wednesday Tlio men served lunch IMPROVES AT 1RVINGTON Tcrhuue who was seriously 111 o few days ago is now improving CONTEST AT ROCK FALLS ROCK preliminary high school declamatory contest will bo held in the auditorium Friday after noon Thrcro are only four contest ants this year STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY Brand New Extremely Clever j SPRING DRESSES Beautiful Entrancing This new and col orful array of Spring frocks There are brand new prints artistically made into magnificent dresses that will appeal to you at first sight beautiful plain fabrics of canton crepes flat crepes and heavy geoi gettes in all the new and good colors ated into simple little frocks that will in trigue you Come in and be among the first to see these new dresses We assure you that the values will more than please you 14 and Garner Creamery Man Instructing at Ames GARNER Feb R Comviy head ot tho creamery hero left Tues day night for Ames where he boa been called to Instntct in butter making for tho next two weeks Mr Comvay ls recognized 13 an au thority on tilts class of work ifo hns beon winning in many contests na tlonil and lie M serving his thlrci term as prosldrnL of the Stnte Crramory as social Ion A FINAL CLEANUP Sale of Coats The ridiculous low prices that we have placed on all coats will not remain in ef fect long We advise an early selection RIGHT NOW Dame Fashion Demands Tapestry Bags 4 THE BAG We are showing two large groups of exquisite styles and patterns sizes and shapes all made with the pre cision of leather bags and NOW SHOWING New Spring Patterns Iri Silks and Wash Goods Come In And See Them Exploiting the Newest Modes SPRING HATS at tJhe Modest Price of 5 00 The smartest hats for Spring combined with straw meme straw and Tricot Hats for clvess hats for sport tailleur hats With tiny brims with drooping brims and entirely without brims In these important shades Lido sand Goya red Brioche Silverwing Leaf green Navy Byrd blue Purple aster Black SALE CORRECTION Tim homo declamatory contest at I Moservey In ho held Friday eve nlnic anrt won not helrt last Saturday previously annoujiccd Mens Fancy SOCKS 19 About 100 Hats to clear our stock Values to   

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