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Lytton Star, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1916, Lytton, Iowa A> W. YALE, vol. xi rTT A CONSTRUCTIVE NEWSPAPER WITH AlTOfHTlON BXPRttaSKDWHES NECESSARY II SO per'Year In .LYTTON.-SAQ COUNTY. NOVEMBER JO. 1916. NO. 48. PREPARE FOR WINTER Suits and Overcoats to J25.00 Wool Dress Goods With tin. Advance of cooler weather comes the demand for woo] dresses.. Blankets for cold nights' We have a 'them at to large Prepared for cold o er by buying, your winter clothes now. 'headquarters for Ideal the great? ir coat .for young and old. Just 'the thing when the cold winds blow. We carry a complete line of Staple and 'Groceries and Fruits. Fancy _ _ WE SELL EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT AND WEAR Facts About Storm Goods 1 When every window and every door is equipped with'storm treaty to keep toe, building at a- health dMAod that ..there should be uo quick changes in the warmth' of air throng boat the bouse. Storm Windows and Doors soon pay for themselves in actual fuel saved. Tbe home ow n ;r tb.e benefit' of all tbe bent he pays. Cor. Our storm goods are strong and dnrable- we 1 back up all Claims. Prompt attention given your order. .You. get tbe si me quick service as on all goods: See Ferguson About It Skull WALTER BREHM and Auto Livery, and Barn SATISFACTORY SERVICE Noith of Depot. C.ll Phoiw. Lytton, Iowa. Lytton. Garage i'' Arndt, Proprietors All kinds of can repaired on short notice. GASOLraE AutomobUe and Supplies. CARS STORED AT 'REASONABLE RATES Deputy Fieh and 9red Sandham departed Monday, November 20 for Sank where with tbe rescue tbe gsb in aawampntpoafjiafc toH. Banter of that phiee them m a state nsh ear Lake. Tbe swamp, Mr. Sandham laid, filled with valuable CMar Creek backs into the- low when the waters are high and con- sequently the ttsfa are left in the place soon the water down As the swamp m now traM over, these men will Min tinder ice. and transport tbe Storm Lake where they be given Rockwell City Advocate. short dutauce northeast of and bad been residing it Antwyte, Wash was accidentally drowned in creek near his home on Octotwr He bad gone on a hunting ntjr fishing trip on the proceeding Wefl. needay and; returning Fhtirsday evening, evidently the ford, and tbe boggy in which hi was ndiug upset m the stream. Mr. Barrett wag between TDand-7i >f age, and had many in this locality. He is survived byWa all their might at end of wife and ton John UMl Kate, who resided with him, and a sou. Victor Barrett of MartM county, Ohio. The news, of hifttV mine was written Mary A. Pttty of this city by Maw KaM Bat, Sun. Ghurchw atnQ Following is the list of dfnomiu ionsj'with number of cburpbevand in Calbona ajemben. baptist......i.. 1 iff! With Our tbe thanks. Now whoop a little for your town. It needs it No. no; they are not dippy. Joet paying election bete. The town knocker never head over the eight hour law. Siime men are so denae they can- not realice their own density. Of course you wafe a good prophet We all are After (be result is known That's right, blame the other fet- prabaHy doing the same things munt come to an end or tbe family Former Residant Jonathan Barrett, who tUHaea' years ago moved from a ten a Hea, and nutuwa it to-tbe tow- OH fefMM candidate a greeting. Yoa may want vote some day. The man who to please him- aelf soon has tbe aodienoe well Jeased with iteelf. Woman may be 'the weaker aex. bat she can make a fool of- the' man by the wink ofau who rush throogH life in youth invariably pull back DMttmU. the privilege of Mtept 'to aootpt tbe our- almost One .of the moat aggravating in this world is to have your Mr fall out of yorirbead andsprant M your nine at tbe same time." Disciples of Chnst 4 Evangelical Ana'n.....1 German Evangelical church of N. A. Lutheran........... Mranoaite.......... Methodist Epianipal. 'reshyterian...... .1 J It 171 770 160 not Seventh-OkyAdventist 1 JO United Bretben in 1M also show that Iowa eads both Kansas and Nebraska church going City Advocate. There U one feature of the report that is misting, and the comparative results of MM dif- ferent churches as to their contri- butions for all purposes. We bate not the on all of them, bat tbe Baptist cbnrch, wbieh third in numerical strength, will close this year with averaging to per If there la any other cboteh in the county that that' report. Editor's Thanksgiving What's that! Yoa het I'm thankful; don't you see this two-bit smile! Why, things for me look brighter than they have for quite a while. Of course, it peeved me when my printer gut stewed- and broke the press. And pied the but I eaaget tilings straightened op, I That libel suit nigh got my goat; bat why should I raplnst haven't got a cent, and so they can't collect tbe Ana; And then my wife a-laavint 'bat gave me quite a jar, Bat I am (lad that ain't any worse than what they art. My mortgage will fall doe next month; bat I don't nor fret: They they'll tell out. bat then they bawa't done It And tbo licked today, you'll nevsr bear me I'm (till alive and pat the dope (beet oat eaab waek, ginks who kick and aqneal, they ooajht to a STAR BEAMS Of Mful riding would in the almost a long A 'Silo 14 feet in diameter and 15 feet high will hold 100 tons Silage. The ront is the largest of th> pigeon family, taut they are slow Tba4airyvan4eaTes bis family bettor farm than be got The grain nuawdont encumbers and even may be trained over a fencaor trellis to hide an unsightly .v1 Keep MM orchard and-fruit planta- clean caltivated. It takes a stockman's eye to de- ect first symptoms of "failing onditiona in his stock: MkrkDNailSxGXT H. tbo lirat rhtte woman settler in Sao City, UM in Sac City, at the age of near-! y 14 ytars. been in failing isalth for .many, months and her leatb waa aot anexpeated. Cms wan the- widow of Fudge Eugene popnlary kcnwn as 'the Father of Sac City." She was born on May" K, ongahela county, W 182S, In Mon- Va. and wait :be daughter of a Methodist Episco- wl minister. ID in a "prai- rie aoboonar" they came to the pres- lot of 8ac City and erected >ue-story cabin on a hill overlook ng the Bacooon river. Being al nost midway on the stage road Iw ;weeu Fort Dodge and Sioux City :he little 14x17 foot dwelling at mualN 'a favorite stopping place, tlauy prominent men, snch aa Gen. leorge W. Jonen, of Dnbnqne; Pollook and den. Scully, ot ibetfninid army, and John P. of Fort their, foaata.. survived by two sons W. H. CrlaVofHacCity, and J. L Mat, of Omaha-and out daughter W. 0. of She afaw gramloblldren, iratlfnuMohUdrta uad grrat lib) a TIN farfjan flavlafi Bank at MBtt bod a (afifMl COFFEE We afe making some very good'prices on Coffee in quanti- ties of 10, 25 and 50 lb. cans. have' sold over 1300 pounds but could not cover the entire territory and want to lei us quote you on the coffee we are offering. The Coffee is of HIGHEST QUALITY C. F. Brobcil Tb9 House of Quality Out of Winter The owner of out to spend a comfort- winter. He equipped windows with storm sash upstairs and down, itorm windows shut out those 'piercing drafts that work into' the house around every window. The rooms ran be kept at 'an even temperature. And the furnaXe (icesn't have to work overtime, either. modem, economical hardware tor hanging storm easn is a great convenience. You can adjust them from t.-.s inside at varying angles, thus giving proper ventila- tion to sleeping rooms or any other rooms. See how thia iidone in the pitture. This isihe best tjme to equip your house witH storm windows'and storm doors. You'll-be surprised to karn now little it costs. Well be to give you an estimate. It's no obligation. W.J.DIXON Co. F. PRATT LieciM4 tatalier iri FiMrtl MrecUr. Gills Answered Promptly Day or Night
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