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Lytton Star, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Lytton, Iowa A. W. A NEWSPAPER wi TH gAft OPINION per year SAC NO. 4. W. Iu ML D. in ovtr Farmers Savings 1 to I Butsui M 11 work all attorney at Law tat MALCOLM ever In County W. H. HAKT at Sat Ofr Hot over National J ANSWERED W. D. me 0. The Capital ammonium nitrate gram bad the war PINE WATCH He By J. B. JsM SEASONABLE STUFF the Winter before the Summer when they nominate men to be voted for m the It was not because there are any hungry Democrats In the After these fat seven years under their party that the leaders of that parity chartered two Washington hotels tor their son Day Be as it the party chieftains responded to the tocsin of the ner It Is well known that Mr. Bryan woe and there were so present all the little Mr. who brought mild or stood pat on the Thus history has been enriched by another page under the chapter called after But tbe itory has not been very and the great event In Democratic party councils reads like seasonable that has been unloosed many times In the Winter before the Summer when they nominate men to for in the season there are red berries among the green leaves upon the ly This is to remind us that Mathew Henry more than two centuries ago warned posterity that a dangerous temptation comes to us in fine gray colon that and while the democrats have been eating their red berries at Jackson Day the cans been shaking out their green foliage In order the try might for a moment be ful of- the fact tkat their political bush Is enjoying fine health right now while Republican Mr. are busy with the affairs that come to their attention In the Winter be- fore the Summer when they nominate to to voted tor In the That person would deserve to be dull who could in the fact that the two branches of Con- are and entirely ab to tie the Democratic tion up In cause Diamonds Only Good hwm TtM tbwa let aet Caff tt W UNe I Abstract A H. Board by the weak Soft Ice Henry Shop if now located in postoffice A Bit Here are two questions In modern how many countries wen en- gaged In tbe world tries were twenty-three countries la the On one wan and side were Great tke United Hi Baa All of tke Into tot 191S and MM hoping a tremendous drive to finish the 6b in the latter aid Efficient The amazing the United Is measured rather accurately y the records made by American rail and Frank H. Fayant tarnishes information along hese lines He has ascertained tkat the traffic hauled oh American is now was twenty yean In tour mouths our railroads carry as muck and as many as hey did In twelve twenty ears In the three months of tie 919 harvest movement the traffic equalled that of Una whole year ton miles first passed 100 ons a year in 1898, reached 200 ons In 1900, 300 billions In 19U, ani he 400 billion mark was topped In 918. In this same twenty yean the of pig which in regarded an unfailing barometer of also country Is going to keep 1gnt en Mr. Fayant erves that it the capacity of to haul raw materials aid and finished products ha final productive capacity of our and he the on ot be distances like with the principal sources of rait far the centers of which make quate and efficient transportation prime It is easy to agree with Mr. ant's statement that very lite of he Nation depends on and the chief concern of the public the railroad problem Is that trans- portation and since all other phases the problem are The student ot the question Is aware that In no other great country ot the world is at so low and Is doubtful whether the agitation of some of is even though these people urge tkat die cost ot living Is likely to nope and in the lor these leaden are wasting moth tune coming to ington to eat but from every report it seems certain that their counselors are keeping in close touch with every while the work In the huttings is being done with augmented by all tke modem brains and inren have comment upon political fairs is greatly because of many necessary to make It conform to the agreement be- correspondent Wat the latter remain and At the same time the writer In relating these few tacts pre- sents them as observations that may be for this season that comes often as leap year In the Winter be- fore tke Summer when they nominate men to be voted for In the Tto Plant propaganda li Chile and submarines tu gather with tke possibility of serious were for the o the government nitrate plant at cle and the beginning ot con ot plants at Toledo and Cin according Secretary Bak er's testimony before the House Com on War Secretary Baker revealed the fac tkat half of the nitrate capacity Chile was owned by and con mot as atd muck ot to In tke Ton otter countries severed re- but did not declan Those Cotta and were Idle during the that tke Allies were seriously over the efforts ot a gent tn Chits to interfere with pro from tke remaining A one time refused to allow the of nitrate unless ihl country supplied her with In of the serious shortage ot tan Mr Chin's demands were and of were Baker also revealed th tkat so serious need to and supplies In Ot drive In tke tkat England lave ot her grata to of tor uV private It to too credit the that ana lot principle Is to recognized everywhere In can and This has been reflected tn Congress i where strenuous attempts have keen made to frame railroad legislation to protect the men who work on as well as investors of the country Who their savings In railroad and the In- are in every way Identified with succesful railroad Touching the points ot and compensation to the Mr. Fayant says that the the there Is Jan greater Tie docton economic and schools have the pre- scription for our present industrial and the prescription mono produce save But production in a like ours Is absolutely dependent upon of We cannot is our production unless wo in- crease our railroad and we cannot increase our railroad facilities unless we attract tor this And we can't attract new cap- ital unless railroads an charge a fair price for the service they render to the Sending Hit The arrest of thousands ot born radicals atad deporting Is not to be construed as an attempt on the the Government to press free speech the United Our country went to purpose of carrying democracy to the Naturally democracy sp pears In different terms and and since It has been proved that a good many thousand foreigners an Incapable of racy of a the of the United an being used In tending them back to European It Is hoped trod to their disappointed them li It well rM ot more laws keep tkl from our At tkat nitrate plant nmn to make of Mr built by tko Air Nitrate kt not to moot at Untie tor It a plant In tko MM WMN tM km MM to part of In the great Moscow mining dis- under capitalism In 1917 there wire raised poods of in 1918, efficiency ot tke only In 1914-15 twenty-five Russian the blighting Influence bourgeois g I bourgeois produced poods ot while In under tenter stimulus at the their product was How quickly would fe transformed Into a if only were wise enough tf general Before the Soviet in Petrograd then were workingmen of whom m the various metai seven months of the Soviet there all ot whom W were metal ie grand total of workmen In all scarcely Thus does the Soviet promote the Perhaps it is If the former Umbers were kept at work under the goodness only knows what Would not The printing ot Petrograd In last half ot IMS showed a deficit ot numbers ot workmen wen re- yet still In tbe first halt of hs the deficit was lie numbers wen Mill further re- despite tnet fact H is tke deficit tor tbe last half of year will be more than Great are the fits of the How can these things haps some light will be thrown upon Ie business management of by the a group of industries in 191S peed goods valued at and to effect that production raid In wages low American manufactures must en vy a system under four and a kilt dollars an paid In wages to pro lace one dollar's worth of tht must lead to one of Wo Reaction or H mighty close to and sharply to tin former uu i of fret a neit Don't try to make yourself you haven't mental capacity for but one sermon a day your con- a Closing Out Sale As I am I wDl sell tke C. Barling farm SM miles of ot 7 west of on Feb. 4' Alter Free served hy Col Tol kerte at 11 Sale start Ur M a win ke told m a 117 HEAD OF STOCK 117 HEAD OF HORSES 10 Black team el mares f years weight tew t years more and weight bay man t yeon wt kay coming yean oU brown mm t years 14M; 1 con two years man Mack pony costing two 40 ot art Scotch topped SEND FOR CATALOGUE kerd tolls bulls t IS i heifers two akn 1 4 yeung U head of t S a Heod of Hoes registered Dune M pure bred Dune Jersey to Farm Etc. Little 1 nearly 1 Avery 1 1 hob I 1 Busy Bee 1 tow 1 11 18-foot 1 con 1 korse 1 Hers kol last 1 local 1 Avery eeru in M t four 1 horrow feed I of 8M May sUngi and 1 1 kitchen 1 1 to 4 sett of 1 tingle U tons of wM koyi of Iowa IN seed free from barley t rank 1 tlie I desen at 8 nor cent on In MUM of All sow lloM No goods to to ST. tke capitalists ever dared deprivation of food ration enforced an tke resorts ot the Soviet to stimulate to tko has been complete master of tke today the Revolution demands the tied submission the to tko directors of all Such Is the treedom of the Soviet In which the emancipated form and from the oppression ot the capitalist made tko controller of his own Last six-hour day was by arbitrary and there was a 48-bour week u and a week In ag slavery was and tn Ks place was put the piece so hated our labor But even piece workers were by law to 48 kours a and were penalised if were at their or If they their Under our benighted men would strike against such But In if they they are met with a out by the and with de- privation of their food ration cards and are thus Into submission Such are the practical object presents to the V We commend them to the not of the feather brainon but to the hard headed ot America whom tke former an trying M Wan dish and Before talking adopting Sonet system I s wail to understand what the Soviet you asked the tken Is ever ly to be another clash between the North and a sadly be the my leak young of trying to stye th South Most of It hat gone how far ke had been from n was the COM tome tool or would oak so I Itf i MM toM he W get by the tint Mrs. of Storm and Misses and and Richard Glasnapp were at John Leege home last JOHN D. Owner t Auction W. A. Public Sale Ai I am to mow to a smaller farm and wish to re- duce my live and machin I will sell at public auction at my home one mle north and 2 1-2 miles west of 2 miles south of and 9'.miles northeast of on January AFTER FREE LUNCH AT NOON 82 HEAD OF LIVE STOCK 82 11 Head of Horses Team of gray 11 and 12 years wight about 3000, team man and 2800, 7 and 8 yean team Bay 4 year weight 2600, team of mare and B and 8 weight 2000, black 10 years 1200, black 6 yean weight 1100, black colt conning yean 47 Cattle two-year-old 5 10 2 yean ng 3 yean 2 fresh 2 cows giving 2 5 yearling 3 he spring 12 2 old Angus registered 3 yean 2 3-year-old heifer with ling calf 5 months 26 Duroc Jersey Hogs 10 brood 15 head of feeding Farm Machinery 2 high wheeled truck grain elevator 48-foot; 12-inch Emerson gang 216-iaon Kan Case gang el Mew Century 4-se Dutch Un- cle cultivator with surf aoe 2 8-foot Janesville Champion Moot top Mt of extra 10-Inch top feed hog wa- 3-4 hone Chore Boy auto 2 sett work riding fanning hay water 20-f o ot j garden hold 10 10 ty large new orator 20-gmllon and other articles too merous to TIMS sumo of and on gum over that amount a credit will vo good approved No property to he removed settled v Alfred P. Graeber
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