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   Moville Mail (Newspaper) - January 11, 1923, Moville, Iowa                                VOL. XXXVI MOVILLE, IOWA, THURSDAY JANUARY 11, 1923 N0.23 Ussiest bur Cut th� cost of 11 vim by amoklnvytrar own bamo, end flin tbo eaa feeat and most economical why. WRIGHTS Condensed Smoke aaHy applied with bra&h or cloth, smokea meat perfectly una docs away with tho old, expensive, unsanitary Bmolco bouso method. In! thirty minutofl. with no Casa and trouble of balldlnff a flr4;v     ; . - 80R I t   J - '-l v v-r      f l" A.        ^ J,.  4    P t HOVI 3CCTW5 � V- j- ^    ' ��    ,T   H " >" Half Dollars r-Fh- �  Hh^   "r++ "*i-i-f-j *H �����| - x a: hS-' . -fc-, �.    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Seventeen meclianlcnl operations are required to make the ordinary electric bulb. For the filament, a slug of tunpe- TIMB  FOR FARM INVENTORY "At tho beginning cf oaoh y* ar, low.i farmers should make lb a pol t to take an invettjry or (1st of all property com eated with tho farming operations." says O. O. Taylor, research assistant in agricultural economics at Iowa State College. "Uefofe attempting an Inventory cf the farm equipment and prope-ty," Mr. Taylor added, "It Is of prsat Importance that some knowledge of the ATE 4 NBERG SPECIALS   FOR ten Is electrically heated and bonten principles involved be  had.  Unless the list is comp'e'cd and tho value* assigned are correct, It will be of very little practical use. uTho farmor should first lint hi> lind and dwellings, then all livestock, taking each Individual and aMsignfrtt a val ic for it, Next, a ll-t of all machinery should be made. Tho number yuars each machine lias been in BorvU'e will be taken into consideration in assigning tho value of it.   Depreciation should be marked to allow for replacements. In determining the proper valuation for livestock, tho younger individuals will be increasing hi valm while tho oldor unlmals will be goln^ down in value," according to Mr Taylor. "In addition to the inventory." says Mr, Taylor, "it will bo necessir) to take tho cash on hand along with all acoounU that are due and which have not been paid. Art inventory ol p rsjral property must be taken In addition to tho farm property inventory hi order to detonntyjo how much money has been saved  during the FRI AY and SATURDAY into wire by electric hammers, after which it is drawn through successively smaller dies cut in diamonds, until It has reaohetl the necessary thlnnes*. For the smallest flashlight bulbs, a rod of tungsten sixteen Inches long and a quarter-Inch square is drawn into 250 miles of filament. When the filament wiro is mado, it is fed Into a maohlno that again boats it aid bends it into zig-zags, ready for the tiny hooks of the lamp-core. The stem of the lamp is moulded from hot glass, by machinery, and consists of two parts, the base and tho 'cane," or upright that support the hooks, cuts them, heats tho "buttons" on the cane and inserts tho hooks Into the hot glans. The mounting, or "draping" of tho filament is not yet mechanically practicable, and isdouo by young women, who at the same time weld the ends of the filament to tho lead-in wires and attach the stem to Its glass base. The lamp bulbs come from the factory with rounded ends and without tho familiar point. in the blunt end of tho'bulb, and ovor this is welded & -�:nder glass tube, through which tho air* Is later exhausted. The stem and filament havo boon New Camel Dates, per box New Dill Pjckles, large size, per dozen Vanilla and Lemon Extract, 2 bottles for 15c 20c 25c 25c Home Made Country Sorghum, gallon jugs at $1 New Sauer Kraut, in large cans, 2 for Pink Salmon, in 1 pound *J*t cans, Jiffy Jell, all flavors, 3 packages foi 2 cans for 25c .   .   .   25c Oyster Shells, in 100 pound sacks, per sack $1.25 Leave your order for Meat Ileal with for out of the car which will arrive in about ten days A puncture Is mado j year.    Personal expenses added  to *'  "      ' ------ the savings will show the amount of money actually made during tho year, "Tho farmer who takes an inventory for a few years will not bu Hatls-flml with It, hut will go a step further chemically coated, and a sealing in and will adopt somo system of regular machine next welds the base into the farm accounting," Mr/ Taylor do-bulb. Tho lamp is thou attached to a clarcs. Farm account* uro an index vacuum-pump, which exhausts tho to tho buslnefes ability of the farmer air In it, and the glass tubo is melted and are un aid to extra profits by find We i off into a point, sosling the vacuum. Electric current is used to burn oiT the chemical coating of tho filament and base, thus destroying any oxygon . ..i-Unt rruay h*�* rAmsJruwi in       u-\*. Thfl h**~" h��.�yn1iii�. with u 1 'mixture of cement and shellac, la ap. plied to the lamp, and tho lead wires are soldered iu, all by machinery that is more delioate and accurate in operation than human hands could bo, and the lamp Is ready to bo labelled and packed, LEADS IN NUMBER BABY BEEP CLUB MEMBERS Woodbury county has tho distinction of leading all other counties in the United States iri number of members enrolled iu baby beef clubs, according to a statement issued Thurs-dag by J. ft Hansen, county farm agent, who asserted there are 13 clubs in this county with a total membership of 135 boys and girls. The state of Iowa leads all others in number ofoluhsand club activities, Mr. Hanson said. The largest club in the county It that in Arlington township, led by Armour Payu�, and the second largest is the Morgan township Baby Beef club, which la under the direction of Lee Van Houten. II. 0. Breckenrldge, of the county farm bureau, who has been so successful In directing aotivlties of the baby beef clubs, will give up- the work to devote hit time to farm management an4 sew and litter work, Mr Hausen announced.       ^ The clubs have, in the past, made use of unique methods to raUe funds for the various club treasuries The Morgan township olub recently pro* daced � play and entertainment, net* ting needy $45 for the club funds. Mosio, speeches and the play were all arranged for by the boys end girls who are members of the organisation. ling leaks, he believes, COUNTY  PARM BUREAU Tho third annual Woodbury U>nnJ >       ----r -t p--m^-p- +.        u-l-i .      J^p.?^   pvp^ nr EH, "bo- am �'^.Jl ^2 I* tat- ^'1 UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH. Bey, Mr. Farnbam, the recently ohosen pastor pi the church, Is here, having conducted the services the past three Sundays in a very able fonner, Mr. Farnbam is a man en-dows*wltn the spirit of God, a love for his fellow man, and an ambitious, tireless laborer In the work of the We trust many wlU come lie mfornlng arid evening services. i     -r.  u      i ha Sunday sohool has ^een reor- J^^We toe an eWolentorgani-^tioa^asd'tmt that great atrfdei ^pi^isflkde In gathering in those not already attending Sunday sohool, 000191 ^-^jlK^M �t 10, Morning aer. ^gBSmif-a        �i� Boning tfW*. Sejmon by p�-pi|i^�if^a^r meetiog fflmrsday LAWTON COMMUNITY CHURCH Hear the Law ton high school chorus at the Community church Sunday morning, January 14, under the direction of Miss Jldklns, supervisor of music. Miss JuLklns will have charge o( the choir work in the future. The Lawton Qimmuulty church has a hearty welcome for the assistance ot Miss Judklns as director and Ml*s Ingvolstad at tho piano. Sunday school at 10 a. m.-a good place'for you. Interesting discussions in the men's class. Horning worship atA theme. "A Fine Art." Junior sermon; Y. P. C. E. at 1 p. m. Even* log sermon at 7:45, theme, 'Tho Man Who Got Ills Eyes Opened'1 Our church was about full last Sun* day-a few seats left for you. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE NOT I OK Is hereby given to all persons Interested (hat on the SUtli ttay of December. lrfiS, the undersigned wu� appointed by the Oialrict Court of \Voo4bury Counly, Iowa, Administrator of the estate of Frank A, Lo* Kan, deceased, late of *aid County, Iowa. All persontt lndt-bted to said estate will make payment to the undersigned, and those having claims against the hame will prehent t lieui legally authenticated, to the said Court tur allowance, bated the mh day of December, lOtt Chah. W. Imua-H, AdminlHtralor. second to none, able examination adrrii ST 1 '-^ -JX->*7-- UTS ^3 V-,: ---. 7n  rf l4- 1^4 wQr^ip with /wi-ww iWwlttbf NOTICE POR BIOS Bids for the road work in Banner township, as a whole or In part, based on man and man and team labor, will be recived by the undersigned up to January 23. The board of u ustees reserve (be right to reject any or all bids. 23 2 F. P. PUober. Township Clerk. NOTICE FOR BIDS Bids for the road work in Movllle township, based on man and man and team latnr, will be received by the undersigned up to noon of February a. The board of trustees reserve the right to reject any or all bids.   22*0 Chris Drevi, Township Clerk. Our tvork as painless as can be done by latest methods.  All work guaranteed. w OCKERMAN A OCKERMAN, DENTISTS Cor. Fourth and Neb., "Over Moore Clothing Shop," Sioax City LUTHERAN CHURCH NOTES German service 10:30 a. m., subject "1 am the Lord and there is nc-ne other." Sunday school at 11:46. A. F. Karsten, Pasto.*. Extracted honey (or sale. 15c per lb. Elsie Cooper. 1QU , McGill, Stewart Hatfield neys & Counsellors-At-Law 721*20 Frances Building SIOUX OITY, IOWA me 8W88 DR. A. E. WIRSIG DENTIST rmers Bank Bldtf. MOVILLE, IOWA OHloe hours 8:30 to 12 and 1:13 to 0 All Work Guaranteed Phones; Office 80s Residence tot L     _     _ J r    - �  TT       T  ^"-':^"'fl^-J V^']^*^'^ . j". 4* �  j � f SIS t - �   x- -    -        r 'j b - i  w. mm . -        } �      m.      . �/j t -  _ _ H - j     i_ �*   .r - f ,   

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