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Lytton Star, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1917, Lytton, Iowa J-WTl i I'E, ON STAR. A. W. YALE, Editor. A CONSTRUCTIVE NEWSPAPER 1TITH AS OPINION EXPRESSED WH-EK JfBOF.SSABy VOL. Xll LYTTON, SAC COUNTYslQWA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1917 Tear In Adronqt "NO. 6. PRATT Combination Desks Ladies' Secretaries Ttborettes-Pedestals Dining Tables and Chairs Book Cases Chiffoniers Dressers Davenports FURNITURE Fancy Chairs Fine Bedsteads Rockers Bed Room Suits Kitchen Cabinets. Children's Chairs Sewing Machines Mattresses Large and Small Rugs PRATT Facts About Storm Goods "When every window and every door is equipped with storm goods, it is easy to keep the building at a uniform temperature Comfort and health demand tbat there should be no quick changes in the warmth of air throughout the house. Storm Windows and Doftrs soon.pay for themselves in actual fuel The hoime owner nets the beneBt of ali-the heathe pays Our storm goods are neat, strong and back.op all clgflns. Prompt attention gjven. your You Jet: the" same quick service as on all other goods. v Sec Ferguson About It Skull Fish OYSTERS AT ALL TIMES C% Mtat Market; fMMHNH Star Beams When the burden of your troubles is too heavy, wiggle from under "What's m a inquires a reader. A divorce, if toe evidence is snmcfent That man Villa must bWeither a humorist or a wag. He us tbe barbarians of the This has been a dull week on the European battle front, Sot a single war correspondent baa died tor his paper. Colorado has, been shipping 00 worth of potatoes east Gosh! Must havt- been at least a car load. We are tqld tbat an electric bulb is brightest just before it burns out And so, we might u tbe nose of "i bodcer. The optimist sees one side and the pessimist the othsr, but the test of tbe world just wades right in and helps itself. Why not a league to, enforce peace? We have every other kind of league of which the human mind can paper The fire eater who habitually car- ries a chip on his shoulder often finds 'that he is too insignificant for a teal man to even notice. In the event of a shortage io, gold we might use eggs or potatoes circulating, medium. These are the days when everv self mpectiug egg on an in. dividual price ticket. At the Allied bacaar in Chicago a one fresh egg sold for 155 Must lave had a "chicken" in it. r Don't roar at the eggs It takes a perfectly good twenty- four hours to produce one f Sac City Two snita for' divorce haWf al. From The Sac County Bulletin. Miss Eiiuice Bowers returned to her home-in Rockwell City, Satur- day, after a visit at the home of her friend, Mrs. J. L. Fischer and her sister, Miss L jcile Bowel s The fallowing marriage licenses have lieen issued at the Clerk's office since the last- issue of the Bulletin: B. H; Abbott, age 36, to Einina Ol- 600 34; Eddie Whalen, age 28, to Hilda Anderson, age 21; and Leslie Glen Hnehl. age 26, to Khrora' Mary Block, age 22. C. Orville Lee, who is- looking after .the interests bf Sac county and Northwest Iowa at the meeting of the legislature of Iowa, now at Des Moines, was -at.home last Satur day. Mr. Lee has a lot of .pep and is on the job all of the time. The Bulletin acknowledges a short but pleasant call. Hogs touched the tl-l.OO.per hun- dred nrice on the local SaivCity mar- ket last week and a lot of fine, pork- ers were brought to town by a num- ber of our meet progrefesne fnrmeiis and raisers. One farmer, we under- stand, brought enough in to pay cash for a new automobile that he purchased. final the sale, at- of the R N Moyer 421 acre faiin two and ohe half lies southeast of Sac City, to Miller, wks finished up the other ay Millei a nice zed plsjce, nud no bettei county invest can-be found tbau iu little d Sac. Mr.. Moyer is an old tithe and dealer at different mes has some valuable in this locality; The Fair Association liave decided j celebrate the Fourth of July with extraordinary varied nrnigh to amuse every nian woman nd chiUwWuan atteidi The man otsrlt th distriut court fur the MBJ term The plaintiffs are Boan of Wheeler twjp and Edna. S Oder of Sac both having eirter ed the mutrimouial ring in 1915 and already have become tired of the. care and support of- a hnshaiid. 3oth claim cruel and inhuman treat- ment from their respective spouses. Wedded life has a fascination foi gome, but it is likecheap jewelry the plating soon wears off aud the "devil is to Schaller The fellows over the state who voted for Harding with the idea that he would bring a general reign of moisture for the state1, are becom- ing somewhat discouraged and hope- less when they see the trend of affairs., and the amount of "dry legislation" which is being enacted. Their only hope is that he will veto those bills, but we" will: bet -a cookie he won't do Her aid. iinsomeor of-tue day and a most abbrate and expensive display of works. has lieeu" purchased for IB Clos-j of the big program. Jt'a oing to lie gieat, and the Fun As doing in OUncing the big occasion early. It is rumored th.U Sac is go- ifj'to have an Ad club; It's a good iove in the right, direction, aeon-d- ig to the Bulletin's belief, and very business man should take an ntbrest in it. It will teach us all 6w to give more publicity to the iwn and county as well as our own istitntious. The ministers of the ,ty should also be'interested in it aj dvertising helps the church as well s any other public gathering place: A we understand, will be Jailed before long. The next time yon take an unkind fling at your neighbor jnst stop ask yourself how you would feel it he were to say the same of you Yon will -not repeat it and the rest of the town will think more ot yon for your improved disposition. Lytton Garage Bnhm Mrndt, Proprietors All kinds of can repaired on short notice. The blacksmith shop caught fire on Tuesday, evening from the gas oline engine and if it -had not been for'the volunteer fire fighters'th rangement. Come in and let uaX you other attractive house designs. DiXON LUMBf COMPANY F. E. PRATT Eabilifr ni tmsnl WmUr. Ctiis Answered Promptly Day or NlgM
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