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Lytton Star, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Lytton, Iowa LvTfON STAR. IS EXPRESSED WHEN SKCKS.SABY 11.5ft per Year .In Advance. 8, 1917. NO. 45. I.0.0.F Operate C. S. FERQU50N, Mgr. MOVING PICTURES Vonr reels "of pictures every Saturday night. First show starts at Second show at ADMISSION 15 CENTS BUSINESS DIRECTORY L. BL AJR. M. D LYTlwi. KWA. OBM owr MALCOLM CURRIE Sac CHY, OBce OYefSK County State R. L MCCORD. JR. ITTOBNlTf LAW. Sw CUT. low.. orer to W. H. HART builnen eanfull; ud pronptlr MiMiolielwUWtfrmwlBK, proMtlif ratlDc wlllt. wtuini wtutt Mri iOar pro- OottoeUaiw mlOfM A.W.YALE.D.C. CJMiHOPBACTOR AND OPTICIAN Office it Ike SUr office I practice palaless Hdjnstment." fitted and repaired. DR. TRUAX VETERINARIAN If in This List You Must Submit Tax fteturn Notice to the public to make ita tax retnrris to the government under the new revenue Jaw issued tonight by Internal Revenue Commissioner Roper, in an interpretive, statement of the law'8 operation. Warning was given that in no case wonld the government take the initiative in ijettinj in returns, although all re- turns would, be verified, that body concerned should communicate promptly with the nearest revenue officer. Persons tailing to make Mr. Booer announced, will be re- garded as stackers and penalties will be against them. As outlined in' the statement the follow- ing persons are affected and must make returns to the government. "All individuals receiving incomes of more than a year. "All corporations joint stock com panies and associations. "All distillers, rectifiers, whole- salers, and retailers, holders of dis- tilled spirits intended for sales or to be used for manufacturing purposes. "All. dealers in fermented liquors or malt liquors, wines, cordials, liquors, domestic and imported. "All dealers in soft table waters and carbonic acid gas. "All manufacturers of and dealers in cigars, isigarets, tobacco, snnff and cigaret papers. "All carriers of freight, express or passengers and all operators of pipe lines. "All dealers in life, marine, inland fire casualty insurance. "All manufacturers and wholesale dealers in motor vehicles of every kind, musical instruments, motion picture films, jewelry, boats, eport- iug goods, perfnines, cosmetics, medicinal preparations, chewing gum and cameras. "All proprietors of amusement places including cabarets. Rid Cross Room A Busy Place Plenty cf Work for All Ladies Who WIII'Devote Part of Their to This Worthy Cause Last Thursday after we 'got our1: from Red Cross Headquarters Chicago, 111. Oct. 24, 1917. received yesterday the strong- est possible sort of appeal from Mr. .Eiarvey the General Manager for surgical dressings. I w'ill quote, from his message as Last Tnursaay -_ the Crow are Association, to instruct local nesociai tions how to makt- the various arj tides needed! They were engaged; abroad is extremely important, lapters in your Division should be i of this fact in order that possible effort he exerted to r___je same with the greatest pos- 1 Bible speed. Cable was received from Major Murphy dated Oct. 14, as foilows. "-The Red Cross has direct re (ponsibility of supplying us I Farourn It Eye Trouble, Headache, And many nervous disorders are re Heved and sometimes permanently cored by the use of glasses. A. W. YALE, Optician, Lytton DR.C.W.CLAY VETERINARY SURGEON Office at PRATT'S DRUO STORE 1.YTTON IOWA Pnone SO I lollclt slure ot patronage. Ctlh any time day or night. incutsof jtiiy style "All traders on production or stock exchanges and boards of trade. "All importers of merchandise. "All manufacturers or importers of playing cards. "The statement continues: "The law mikes it tha duty of every person, ftrui or uorpnrption whose possessions or incomes are taxable to make trne and correct re- tunmnpon which the tax may lie asesst-d iiud collected. This infor- mation is of vital importance to every citisen, because, notwithstand ing that the bureau ot internal rev- enue is tlia aganuy changed with the administration of the new law and the collection of the taxes, it is tides needed. They were in making ten kinds of ganze kutfical dressings, and nothing i 1 thdfive kinds of tnuslin the whole situation here ,s equal. H important. Red Cross Btandan most deeply impressed.; dressings in millions must be sen with the work being done by over with all possible devoted America women Thill this i. not done, and done Xrkta purely patriots they '.ft. a serious calamity and n. nothing" in reirn, the tipnW. disgrace is .inevitable. Th tnougbt uppermost being that whaf American women who compose th they were doing might be helpful tf Bed Cross chapters should prepar wounded soldier wbo bal with all enthusiasm "Peed pos sible the dressings which are gom to mean life or death to onr ow menl This whole question dea with the most vital thing that th 'women of America can do for th this war! If this informs tlo'ttis given wide publicity by yon it should certainly settle in ever ooe's mind the question as to whet er'or not surgical dressing" are b i'ig made throtighont the country in risked his life for. rights and liberties. we were shown the VarionV articles they had made, nses explained; we conld not a tear as we thought that majibe some time, somewhere back of the firiuH liae some of these bandages and other articles may be used releive our own boy, for he may FRANK LANE, Contractor aod Builder All work first class Satisfaction guaranteed not regarded .that the. bureau: .of in. ternal revenue. shall find out and in- form persons, firms corporations of. their responsibilities. Such persons, firms, or corporations must for them selves make returns, which in the course of administration the bureau of internal revenue will verify. "Severe penalties are provided for failure upon tKe part of any per- son, firm or corporation to make the correct inventories and returns re- flictJs over. We thonght that while these are preparing so many things (or the relief of the. wounded, over the scenes of the great conflict other American women, with loyal hearts and skillfnl hands, will min ister to the needs of our suffering hoys.. always lw depended upon to work up to the limits of their poweis when soldiers are bounded iwd dying far from home. When we think of all that our noble women have done in past wars, what thoy. .are doing in this world conflict, we. feel that they can always be depended upon, when American forces are fighting for American woman, and fRpedaliy those who have or dear, friends in the _interest in the Red Cross work. You may say'that you can't do, very 'much. Suppose that after a great battle in which thousands of have good effect in stimulating and increasing all Red Cross work in all chapters throughout the United States. "Representatives ot the Woman's Bureau have just arrived from abroad and they inform us that it is hard for ns to appreciate the great quantities of dressings which are necessary. To best enable ns to realize this, they have informed ns that cases are numerous where an entire hoi of dressings is nseil on one patient." It is hardly necessary for me to add anything further to the above appeal, as the Red Cross workers will surely be, stirred by Major Murphy's wire. American Red Cross, Central Division. The Stranger great battle in which thousands o him of a to men are wonnded, tha hospitals I slionld rnn ont of supplies befprel tue mnn. "it appear the last tew men were cared for that will he in. What you could have done have aved untold sufTeriug and Lytton, Iowa EVANS HOTEL Lytton, Everything new First Clean New Dollar Board by day, week or Hot OeM Lunch at any Urn. O. K. Proprietor J. H. UM Clt Iowa, Throat Bye tooodBfolly nil dlnewwuof Mr, tMWd Dr. Iowa, Htf unw potsiWy the lives of few. It volved. "Oh, said the stranger, "you many sleepless nights auc To Make A Merry Christmas NoW-OO that yon can spend in hristmas present giving will go further than a subscription for ontb's Companion. Look over le long list and see how few things n it are certain to be as eagerly treasured during every one of the flf- V-two weeks of 1918. Acquaintance with it toon ripens into lastir.g riendship, for it has that rare and iriceleas quality among periodicals. i-and the character hf The Youth's Companion fast friends for it all round world. The Orfnpanion alonf is W.OO, hut "Uml" said-the man.- "And who are "I am called Opportunity." siiid the man. "You call yourself .Opportunity, but you look can do, bnt do what yon can. Some idea of the amount of sup- plies needed gained from the messnge from Elliot Wadsworth acting chairman ot the American i Cross, asking for the iike hard to, me.' articles: 'Ani he slammed the door. bath-robes bed socks hankerchlefs tied shirts pajamas shoulder wraps The YonthVCnmpan Inn and MrCulfa Tho If 1 Imnmnf t. All 1. Companion Honw 4, The boys have twen piayiug war around onr office and generally. They have good times at it, as they have no wood to auu.uuunuuumor i chop at homo it gives them a lutol pairs ot socks (home KOIKJ exercise which is very needful knit) for them. While the battle raged J5C.OOO pairs waM slippers. onr WB9 oue of of still badly randevonx, and when it was over we had to dig ont as they trampci I iu nmd from the trenched to bent tin baud. If someone who knpws hov Th. American soldiers aro now on MH ,u tha llring Hoe doing their bit iu the of military taclics i Hip iim AllXioUS tO flO I iii Wiirt ntvg niw i km a tUlllIt IOP more than the commandors are will- Int Vhite Corn Meal Potatoes C. F. BROBEIL The House of Quality flic Honie of Briafdale hire Food Products Lytton, Iowa Why Goodyears Are Preferred Ask your neighbor who uses Goodyear Tires what he thinks of theni. He will verify every virtue .we have that is why he jjref'ers them. Sometime, you will come, to Goodyear Tires. Some time, you will prefer them. When you do come to them, buy them it the Brehm Garage. ._. Sold by F. f. BREHM'S Garage Lytton, Iowa GARAGE Fresh and Cured Meats Beef Fore Quarters, 13c Hind Quarters, ISc City Meat Market Get Your lob WORK DONE at This Office Attractive Sale Bills Attract tasims
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