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Pocahontas Democrat (Newspaper) - November 30, 1922, Pocahontas, Iowa at COUNTY POCAHONTAS 30- 1922. IK 40. fifteenth Seal sale will 1, and continue until sale of these seals in tas and community will bo directed by the Child Welfare the Woman's by of the to is 15,000 Help save hundreds lives by all you Larson Sella to deal was made last Whereby Elmer Larson has of interest in the Larson Johns in this city to Possession will be given to Mr. Kumhera Dec. 1st. new firm will be by the of Johns The of the Mr. E. A. has been in with Mr. for about during time the boys have had a very lucrative They by open and business won for themselves front rank the of this It will be Miat the patrons of will of the of Mr. We have not his future but it is hoped that he will continue to Pocahontas His business are above reproach and he enjoys the fullest confidence of liis continuing of the Martin is in this having been actively in for past several years at this new firm wo are up tfl the expectations of their many patrons and will with the same that has marked and that store in wish the new firm unlimited patronage and bespeak for them a successful business School Foot Ball Team CloSes Pocahontas High School foot ball team their final game of the season On of going to press early this week to be out before we give the of this The local high have had a very having played nine yesterdays and winning 2, losing 3 and tied in 4 result of the season's excepting game of is as 0; 12. 12; 12. Rockwell 0; 0. 21; 21. 6; 0. 6; 32. 11; 0. St. 25; 0. Lake 7; 7. - Heart to Columbia and Win From football team Monday by way of Pomeroy irom their trip to and where foot ball on Friday and accompanied by Kiefer E. Donohoe left at four on Friday drove to Fort where they took a 6 arriving 13 Dubuque at played their first game the team Columbia College theft and were defeated byr a of 26 to 0, boys were not in good of the the team scored two in the first bix minutes of and completely our in the ' In the the team held the Academy team third quarter was with thy their and with some they kept i home boys away from the until i the very last minute of -j when they scored their third Li the last they scored one more touchdown game boys were very satisfie I with the this the i coach has boys to pick his has them two hours practice every they show the result of and they played a were ' at the until of the at game that was there on grime was of interest to the boys from the fact that Alfred plav I fid part cf the game at left half the Columbia and he plays the ' same of he was school in morning team to and given I their dinner at the homes of the of the Dyersville the second gamo of ' with boys by a of to 7.' This a bati Ir- to a touchdown on end of this the nearly all d in witli the team a arne on the in by to the bull the on different within the yard with four downs to but the first five they were I at one only three I the On sixth a from Kelly was returned to the five and on the fourth put over the goal from touchdown for Pocahontas by the head linesman Dyersville kick was blocked but was given them for a penalty on making the score 7 to 6' in Dyersville's with four to received the Shors returning the ball to and on the next a forward pass from Eberle Shors took the ball to the thirty yard A short end nin the ball to the twenty three yard from which place two downs to gain but placed the ball in the middle that point kicked a field goal making the score 9 to 7 iin favor of with only a few seconds to was dark the kick-off made to and as expected they pulled a criss-cross the ball to the middle of the field when the runner was stopped by On play failed to and the at that defensive play of the Pocahontas team throughout this game but thoy did mot get much chance to exhibit what they might have done on offensive being - forced to punt nearly every time they took the on account of being to their goal boys enjoyed and every one has liad anything to do with the team was the following boys made Mike Ted Ben Joe Sinek and Emmet Ed Jos and Raymon Louis and Will Raymond Vincent Kreul and back AMERICAN ALL lAL reader of a little or no little or no of the trials of a n They go to the their paper ly con ' it just a mattor of cari gct right on ihe fifty-one in the if io delay the is great | n th ' it 01 i That some ( f bui not we had The tlic and rea ly a distress culi canie from had the to their is more bave a break on day they tlie just we would want to in. 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E. in Nov OF in to all who a s fur Tur 'd le so - 1,(-' f Wealthy Dealer of Chicago nut at bonie last ni Wednesday night the will ' y p be loe fif ii d the r cf of in sales room in that city last Ilis murder has not yet been nor Is there much of any clue as to who it was did the foul Mr. was one of the and most of Chicago's business He went t Chicago about 1.5 years and entered the automobile business since time he has accumulated from that a amount of wealth and is reputed to be worth over one million of He was and was known in Chicago os A twin brother of the is also in ill His a brother of Joseph cf city is living in His large business connections caused have soma enemies and it is thought that it was over some business that his death by an Although phase of the matter is not it is that he had a with S. A fcr Walter Is War Louis Plea For The 11 the is bidding regular meetings and have a definite of tin is 1 until I Residents of county to 80,000 The sale of Seals carrying en of a continuous in to other - I com ' from George Solo Mrs. George is for In fact Disc Virginia Crowther now being made Boy Orator of Zapata City which to buy hold grain etc. Lost Leaf Harriet of the organization Clam Trippy county committee be Edna facilitate the of to Solo Mrs. E. A. five members chosen from the preliminary contest Monday might will appear H. S. Announcement of SCHOOL to Permit to a letter recently received from Dr. P. before new permits can bo of the use hog cholera serum viras must forward to him the old permit together with a as to the number of lungs vaccinated and ' Those who now hold one of these of the Junior who were neither absent nor tardy during the to this at tne his Frances some Pocahontas county farmers will Loraine to secure a Glenn of material between the i wo became very Mr. Lamis was to have beein hot and it that ue - tl the Iowa controversy he m Corliss Commission the Farm Woman's Auxiliary of The American of will serve an supper at the of E. P. Mrs. E. P. president of the local fti of all No. 18. The will follow after the regular of the local This will be one of most of Poet Officers for 192.:! will be placed in to be on a+ the next regular 21ct. is to about fifty three Beu Edna and cf the A j Ethel Frank of books heen mam spoken to become Homer Whein found his body lying on the floor of his between two and one was also lying near the was also and other of his When found ho wais in an state from which he There two bullet lioles his evidencing the fact that his assailant shot him from the back and hi all probability it was not The large found en the floor of the garage was a 48 while the ill the dead body were 38 calibre One of the magazines in the 48 am empty and a bullet marlc was found in a car that stoid Mr. began lue career in Chicago years ago he maile the to his Joseph Lanus of it his to either go broke ov a that he succeeded bo become the latter is beyond question he was school under the able direction of Mr. Stich Mrs. af distance has recently organized unable to reach the office and practices faithfully throe times each | It is composed of the Bureau office John Hazel Alleen Hazel This organization make ita at the contest next of the 5th who were nor tardy during the past six weeks Nellie James Helmi these bocks are yours for the Mill Levy Must Go On Tax auditors the ara receiving notice they put the 2 mill levy on the tax list with which to pay the principal and on the bonus Auditor Gilchrist tells us that he has received a like notice from the of your Christmas cards a4 tho Florence Bemice autoed to Storm Lake on of the men of the Lloyd Friday where they spent tho day and Nancy returned home in the work in county in the in or in by the proci of Soul Hales of Measuring for of ill the to thru Modern the fifteen ni Jowa been per to of treatment largely by Iowa the Stale at tho State of The the Commission on Animal State Educational Board of of State Red State American women's labor and and a of workers in at all Its is on without staite or federal and its support has been of a voluntary Buy When you sec someone help in the fight tuberculosis buying all you who buys ai dollar's worth of or a dollar to cause of buys a Health thereby becomes a member of the Dec. 2, is Button Day over Pocahontas Buy a button for twenty-five as more cs vou wish E. L. County and Mrs. of the Methodist Onawa a visitor last A young lady alighted from a train ami vy the She to be a dazed condition and did her train when it in. went tp tho hotel where the matron for che from the hobel and to the Methodist It was the young woman from a Her mother arrived later from Oto Mid hei T. -
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