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Humboldt Republican (Newspaper) - December 16, 1921, Humboldt, Iowa i Hu COMBINED WITH THE APRIL OWN IS DECORATED IFOR THE HOLIDAYS STREETS IN GREEN IOTH CHRISTMAS TREE IN CENTER OF SUMNER lumner Avenue of Humboldt is decorated for the Holi A mammoth Christmas tree stands in the center of avenue bythe Peoples Ludewig J Cody and smaller trees stand in the center street for several blocks east and The store windowsare likewise appropriately deeorat and the town is preparing for the greatest Holiday ison known the grand doings will be held Monday 19 500 children will sing Christmas ata Clause will be and there will be treats for s lumboldt invited She hopes you will BW GRAND JURY OR THE YEAR 1922 JNAME AND ADDRESS DRAW FOR JANUARY TERM AND FOR YEAR OF jurors weredrawn from the le precinct in the grand jury list fished last and therefore the grand jury given was vn in its to appear at bek on line 3rd day of Jan 1922 Farepport Wr amersly Gihnore Jehu lewitt Iphnson finseth ftrchoff plson Pnnerem Samj Dppedal NEIGHBORS HUSKED CORN FOR STICKEN FAMILY of Peter of near metat her home one day and husked all the corn on her and cribbed It is said that more than bushels were Miller and friends are deeply appreciative of the aid df theirneigh and and extend thanks through these columns this GETS FIVE YEARS IN PEN OTHER who seduced one girl irid1 marriedanother Jat re drewa fiveyear sentence from Coyle at Algona Wai ace who took a traveling nans and who was said o be was sentenced and paroled under the charge of his Brother at Fort ELECTED ICAPTAIN BOOT BALL TEAM aymond Morgan was elected cap In of 1922 Humboldt high ool football here arebut three members of the i that played during the 1921 sea who be eligible for the that the 1921 am contained only ithree letter Ue the rest of the boys were large freshmen it made a remarkable It is true that it lost every ne on dts schedule except con st with Laurens that it won by a ge and ylhe OPocahontas game at it but it must be rememiber jt against some of best teams inthe Its oppo its were teams that had reached sir Oneof them graduated Pirteen men this iConcerning the that town evidently a Wt Jbeen infprmed that the offi highef be i Pocahontas touchdown on a dead Jhft fooMball authorities ruled1 team should be r impravemjnt over the 1921 developed several recognized as by he worked first yew of just turned weighs more a pound remarkably ac and stars is a Wasten and1 at tlje en4 of ioys were Stag the LEGION AND SCHOOL BASKET BALL GAMES FOR NEXT WEEK FRIDAY AND EMBER OF The Humboldt high school basket ball team has scheduled a game of basket ball with the Rolfe high school team on the floor in the gymnasium at the lugh school building for Thursday at eight Humboldt has so much material this year that at is difficult to pick a Not that it is such good ma for that remains to be But there ds said to be a dozen at the high school that on i par so far as basket ball ability is and Prof ds unable o pick the proper he will give them all a try out Friday evening Come out and The Leigon boys iwill play their first game with on Fri day 23 at the high school gymnasium in The locals are going very and the Liver more bunch said to have a strong This will also be a great for the Legion boys play the game for all ithere is to TON FISHISG TACKLE BLACK BASS Rebekahs Attention There will be initiation at our next egular meeting on lefreshments will be Every member bring a bers o fthe Degree Staff be there proptly at oclock for Goldie BOARD SENDS GIRL TO REFORM SCHOOL WILLING TO GO KATE THOMPSON OF NEAR TO REFORM ATORY LAST Kate and who las made her home in Fort Dodge until it is was iaken by the authorities here and sent to the reformatory where she will be pt and disciplined for a number of The parents of the girl were willing that she be and the girl herself seemed willing to feeling that she would be out of temptations way DO GIVE US i THE OLDTIME GIRL torn oh time in your flight and give us a girl whose skirta are not tight give us a girl whose though quite are not exposed by the waist peeka boo give us a no matter what who dont use street as a audeville stage give us a girl not too sharply in and dress her in skirts that the sun cant shine CHURCH MEMBERSHIP CAMPGN BY UNITY IS ON Albert of theh Hum boldt Unitarian been ap pointed chairman of the membership campaign for this The drive is for a twentyfive per cent increase ijj the church meanbecshte all the United It is a of the successful financial canvass of last year when approximately 000 was raised by this Mass Meeting id Tuesday Taw will A maw meeting of farmers Tuesday oftaft noon at Pecerabey in the Danish Brotherhood This has been called for the consideration 4 the new Sterns is a Idtble on the anx ious seat because he dont know if he 5 it or and if he is what ds he to get Some time ago parties in Fort Dodge offered a series of prizes for the biggest fish caught in the Des Moines1 giving a prize for second and third in each Sterns entered contest for black small mouthed va succeeded in landing both first and second It is reported the first prize is a and he second prize has not been made Friends of Sterns have investi gated and state that the Fort Rodge parties say that t he has cinched first second place on black and hat will be forwarded to him about Holiday in the form a Christmas HUMBOLDT COUNTY FOR FRiM DAKOTA CITY Vfl Ask Balance Due on Paving That Jffte Supervisors of Humboldt coun ty have begun suit against thetown of Dakota City for sum alleged to toe due the county for the paving that has been laid through that The petition alleges that the pav ing Dakota City cost and of this sum which by the Vfay wa4 paid out of the road improve mekt aiid by subscriptions and City iwaa supposed t ohave Applied A portion of wasf to have been levied in taxes against the abutting and a it was supposed have by popular City town councildid niss a resolution favoring the matter assessing of the it is further alleged that citizens Fof the town who were inter red did circulate a subscription pa oer andfget pledges for what was said tohovelbeen It is even alleged soine parties who had signed the subscription paper sent in their jbut that they were later re turned without Dakota City evidently having determined to aban don the effort toraise the to pay for her tshare of the paving The board acting for Humboldt is asking judgment against Dakota for thb sum and inter case twill come on trial short is expected to7 bringto TAXESINCREASED FOR THE YEAR 1922 LEVIES NOW OUT tWO MILLS ON COUNTY AND MORE THAN ONE MILL ON STATE There has been considerable talk concerning the increase in state and county fares for the year to come the 1921 levy and some very strong statements have been The state and county levies for the last year and this year collected this year and next year are as fol lows 1920 1921 The levy for each precinct has been but we have been unable to draw it It ds a big but we hope to give it to our readers in a short You will note that the levies have not increased so much as sonie people have though the In crease will amount to a large number if dollars when you pay your MOVIE AT SCHOOL HOUSE 21 The public schools are putting on a movie of JtuMus life and The film will beshown Wed in the high school The production is said to be historically correct in every de depicting the dress and manners of the people of that This will be very interesting o the Latin and should be enjoyed by 25 cents students 15 BIG ALUMINUM SALE AT SAMPSON HARDWARE Friday and Saturday of this weeki 16 and there will be at the Sampson Hardware a sale of aluminum articles that will attract and draw housewives from every por tion pf the The sale is at a flat price of ninetynine cents per and many of them sell as high as at regular The ma jority of these articles that will be knocked off at ninetynine sell as high as at regular The League of Women The meeting on Saturday afternoon was held in assembly room of the high After a short business1 session Lovrien presented VanAlstine who gave a very interest ing report of the Regional Conference held in Des It is very gratifying and encourag ing to know that the Governors of the states in the Fifth Region sent greetings to that group of earnest women and men who are seeking tq give to humanity a balanced vhich will promote spiritual develop ment as well as material YanAlstfne proved that mens enthusiasm has enduring qual for having missed her train trom Fort she started across country with W occajiojaj reached Humboldt the appointed time and spoke for more than an Refreshments and a social hour was greatly enjoyed and concluded the Lawj TEAM RUNS AWAY ON MAIN STREET A team belonging to Baumah started near the Schmidt lumber office Thursday of and cer tainly did tear things up They started west and ran into an electric light post and smashed it to the and tore loose from he wagon and went up the street on he pedestrians scattering in very They did considerable property though we understand no one Suggestion of Christmas Sat FOOT BALL BANQUET GREAT SUCCESS FEED SPEAKERS RESPOND TO TOASTS BALL AND EDUCATION AND The annual foot ball banquet held at the domestic science rooms at the Humboldt high school Friday evening of last was attended by toe foot ball the board of education and a few friends and boosters of the The prepared by the do mestic science department of the schools was a Mere man can not express himself adequately concerning such a it is true that the way to a mans heart ies through his and every diner that night just loved the lady who supervised that The program was short bat interest ing Attorney Frank iovrien responded to 4 and At length and with feeling on foot ball and rela tions to business Attorney John inningham discussed foot ball from the view of the iboard of Coach Norton spoke of foot ball from his and the team p nits gameness under trying Merlin Nelson epok of foot ball from view and they nil us a view foot ball other fallow aees There were responses to toasts presented by Wild who hag a fundof stories to rate Ws Perhaps Gilbert Ruse made most convincing speech he pwpnteifl Superintendent Takway witji a provided Alumni to go to meeting the of the Frank Cap Captain FUy4 Oood and others spoke sbortfy ceming pertainjing to foot finding team gave heec to all and weH and advice we will JUDGE COYLE RENDERS DECI SION FOR PRINTERS AT ALGONA Up in Algona one of the printers who furnished the ballots for the last was sued by thi board of supervisors because of what theState checkerstermed an The board was seeking to reteover 2Q8 from the The Judge decided against the county the state The Judge held that the price of ballots named in the code was for the and not for the Anyone knows that in the days of fluctuating prices of paper no price named by the code could be it have to be either too high or oo to ibhe priceof paper and the wage scale The ode might just as well try to set a standard price for picking A rice that would be reasonable when rn sold at per would be absurd when corn is thirty cents a the Judge turned down the legal itipulation and gave the printer the mce the times The fact the matter is that Judge Goyle is in old printer and knows lome of the of the busi He uses common sense in his and seeks to bring justice i all If we had more judges like Judge there would be fewer law suits more ADVERTISERS AFTER BUSINESS THEYJESERVE IT The Advertiser is the Life of the columns are full to overflowing with bargains offered by practically every merchant in The Republican trusts that you the advertiser fkst choice at your for deseorves When selecting the store at which you are t ospend your remember that the advertiser is the strictly live He is the man who is go ifig after and is making prizes and inducements to get Youare more likely to find bargains at his place than at the place of the business that does not think enough of your trade to ask for it through the columns of yoiur home The ad vertiser should have flrat HUMBOLDT COUNTY FARMS ARE IN BIG DRiOP OESTRICH BOUGHT FORM ER HERRICK PLACE FOR PER Several county farma have changed hands though a Robert Qestrich purchased the former Herrick farm adjoining Hum boldt on the lately owned and paid iper is farm Would havesold for1 niore than per acre two years Mae Greggerson bought the former Ohristensen place north of and although we could not the Igures of the price it was pret v well down the scale as compared prices two years Rutland Christmas The Rutland church give i Christmas service of The Littlest Satur day December 1921 at the GRAIN GROWERS PROGRESSING RAPIDLY Nine elevators have signed up and two shipping Ottosen and have already completed their canvass netting over 75 bers each for the farmers keting plan known as the Grain It is reported at the Farm Burenu office that iup to Tuesday noon the fal lowing Farmers elevators had signed up to handle grain Humboldt The farmers around Arnold arid not having Farmers ele vators took of the situation by forming a Growers Association which nakes arrangements with the local elevator to deliver their grain to the Farmers Two teams of solicitors of men each are as sisting the local farmers with the membership So fast has the work opneed up in Humboldt County that another team f trained farmers have been sent for ind is expected at They will go to work following the mass meeting there in the Another mass meeting has been ailed at Beaver Center Fri day The following day the earn fro mThor is expected to go to in Beaver The good roads and weather has been a great aid to th esolicltow the oast The work s to be finished Thor and Pioneer next Friday or Saturday when the teams will in on the Hpjboldt PAL Boys Boys ft The Bode high school basket ball LOOKING UP I AW ON QUARANTINE BROKE IT CITIZEN OF LIVERMORE DE CLARED THAT SOMEONE WOULD A Livermore citizen was in Hum recently looking up the quaran declaring that there had een a fagirant violation in his In he said that some young men had entered a quarantined house and preceded to have a high old They reveled until the wee sma and then departed their various He he would have the aw on and that he would have them all under quarantine before an other week had rolled If they broke quarantine for small which was they cer inly should be all quarantined until t is proven they will not spread the PUBLIC SALE DATES ALREADY CLAIMED TO GET IN ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE A IS THE TIME TO PUBLISH YOUR Four public sale dates are claimed for this vicinity in the near It is time all sale dates were Bring them to this and we witt publish December Judith Sheldon will sell at public auction on her place miles north of Badger a large number of cattle and and Jot of on page six northwest of sell at lie auction eight twentyfive hogs and a tity of on January Binw sell at public m the lajnd place five miles vajjasRa
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