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   Pocahontas Democrat  (Newspaper) - November 30, 1922, Pocahontas, Iowa                                 ■ «l/ Unat, at lov  /  oriow.  Pocahontas  OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER  POCAilÜNTAS. POCAHONTAS Ci>UNTV. IOWA, rUUllSDAY. NOVKMHEK 30- 1922.  VOM ir: IK XMl  JSÍO. 40.  CHUISTMAS SEAl, SALE  The fifteenth a,nnual Christina;-; Seal sale will begin' Friday, Dee. 1, and continue until Christma.'-..  The sale of these seals in Pocaho".i-, tas and community will bo directed by the Child Welfare ConimiUee cc' the Pocahontass Woman's Club, a:;-si3te<l by the" niemberr, of the club.  The .quota .sent to Pocahonta.s is 15,000 seals. Help save hundreds o'' lives by buying- all you po.ssibly cifn.  -D- .  Einior Larson Sella to Jo.s. Kumhera  A deal was made last Fj-i<l;iy Whereby Elmer Larson has (li;;posed of hi", interest in the Larson & Johns mei-cantilevbusiness in this city to Joscpii Kumhera. Possession will be given to Mr. Kumhera o,i Dec. 1st. T|-.e new firm will be knov.-n by the na.ine of Johns & Kunihei-a. The rctirin;;-member of the firm, Mr. E. A. Lar-.'.011, has been ciifiafjcd in bu.'-iness hei-e with Mr. John< for about fou.-years, during wiiicii time the boys have had a very lucrative trade. They hrvc, by tlitir open and iidiioraljl! business methods, won for themselves front rank .■•nion;: the miM'chants of this town. It will be v/ith rci^ret Miat the patrons of tliis e-tablishnient will learn, of the rctiremeui of Mr. Larson. We have not leair.ed his future intentions, but it is hoped that he will continue to m,ake Pocahontas hi.i home. His business dealing:; are oi\-tirely above reproach and he enjoys the fullest confidence of liis customers. •  The continuing membe;- of the firm. Ml'. Martin Johns, is wiil,oly k-nown in this county, having been actively eai-g-aged in bufliiiess for {he past several years at this place.  The new firm will, wo are sure-come up tfl the fulh-.st expectations of their many patrons and will co-ntinuo with the same coui-teouo servicc that has marked and charartei-izcd that store in thci past.  We wish the new firm unlimited patronage and bespeak for them a successful business venture.  -D-  High School Foot Ball Team CloSes Season  The Pocahontas High School foot ball team ploiyed their final game of the season yesterday- (Wedi^esday). On acount of going to " press early this week to be out before Tlianks-giving, we ai-e unable'to give the re-cult of this game. The local high have had a very .sucoesful year, having played nine games, exceptin.'? yesterdays game- and winning 2, losing 3 and tied in 4 games.  The result of the season's gam©.-, excepting "Wednesday's game of thi«; weak, is as follows: Emmetsburg, 0; Pocahoait.is, 12. Humboldt, 12; Pocahontas, 12. Rockwell City, 0; Pocahontas, 0. Laurens, 21; Pocahontas. 21. Fonda. 6; Pocahontas, 0. Marathon, 6; Pocahontas, 32. Manson, 11; Pocphonta.s. 0. St. Mea-y's, 25; Pocahontas, 0. Lake City, 7; Pocahointas, 7. Albsrt City, —-; Pocahontas, —-.  -D-- - .  Sacred Heart Lose.s to Columbia and Win From DyersVille  The ^crcd Hcaiit football team rc-tumod Monday morning, by way of Pomeroy irom their trip to Dubuqve and Dyersville, where th'iy plnyel foot ball on Friday and Sunday.  The piayars, accompanied by Geo. Sclinieders, Geo. Kiefer E. Tl. Donohoe left at four o'clock: on Friday .moarninig, and, drove to Fort Dodgft where they took a 6 o'clock- train, arriving 13» Dubuque at noon, ^cy played their first game uv^ith the Axia-demy team ^ Columbia College theft aftemaoii and were defeated byr a scoi-e of 26 to 0,  The PocafeTOtas boys were not in good .shape on^ccount of the luird trip, ^nd the Ac^emy team scored two toijchdo\^ in the first bix minutes of play, and completely outrplayed our tt»am in the f'l-st quarter. ' In the sac-rmd <juarter the Pr-cahcntor, team brace.'' held the Academy team EcorilciKS. Th; third quarter was »  complete change, with thy Pocalionta:-team holdini^ their own. and with ! some exceilent tacklinj^ they kept tb.-^ i home boys away from the goal, until i the very last minute of th.^ fiuailc -j when they scored their third touch-1 down. Li the last quiir.-ter they scored one more touchdown .'-hortly be-fi-'re the. game eiidr«!.  The boys were very w'l'll satisfie I , with the re,.^ult (,f this K'anie, a.s the i Dubu(|ue coach has ;!.50 boys froniP^ v.-hich to pick his team, has them for; two hours practice every day, ar/P they show the result of íímo/I coach-' i^nji and they played a hard, clean! Kanie. j  The boys' were treaied wiih i',,o ' .i-re-tc.st hrspitiiJity an.i wer.' ente--' tained at the colle,->■;. until Sunday' mornin^^ bein«- piirsts of the eollee;,-' at the, Columbia-DeP;uU Univorsiiv ■ game that was jilayed there on ! urd.-iy.'- Th-'s grime was of additiena'' interest to the Pocahtnitas boys from ^ the fact that Alfred Schni-don-, plav I fid part cf the game at left half fo-.-l the Columbia team, and he plays the ' same hard, slashhi/i that w.is I  characteristic of him, wli.-n he was in' school in Pocahontas. I  On Sunday, morning t'.io team wa.-, ! t-jiken to Dyer.'-ville, and wcr.^ given I their dinner at the homes of the mem-! bcrs of the Dyersville fdotbal! tei'.m. |  At .'i:].') the second gamo of thç ' triji wa,,s played, with the-Pocahonta,; : boys winning- by a .-.core of !) to 7.' This .frame w:!»: a iiurd. bati Ir- from! •slar! to f'nish, Pocnhontns scovinjî,- a touchdown in.(he firs; (|uarter on "an end i-un of forty-fi^•e y:u-ds. i  From this time, the r:'nv.iiiitlor of-the .yanic w;.fs nearly all pUiy. d in th--' Poc;diont:i.s tciritory, witli the I'oca-honias team pl;)yin!.,- a v.-i.nderFnl arne on ile(Vns<\ Dyersville. Ik" ■ -r the ad\';.!iiri'.'e in weic.ht by ov. ■ , ■. I)nun(ls to the ni.'i'i. p;,u,idoil. th^' bull !own the field, until' th^y were, on n'x different occasions, within the 'en^ yard line, with four downs to gn. but Í the first five times, they were hell, I at one time, only three inches- froi.i I the goal. On thô sixth atteniiit a puiiit. from Kelly was returned to the five yM'd line, and on the fourth dowii wa,s put over the line.  The goal from touchdown for Pocahontas was. Iciclccl, oír by the head linesman fot- offside. Dyersville kick was blocked but was given them for a penalty on Pocahontas, making the score 7 to 6' in Dyersville's favor, with four miuntes to play. Pocahantiis received the kick-off, Shors returning the ball to mid-field, and on the next play, a forward pass from Eberle 'o Shors took the ball to the thirty yard line. A short end nin carnc<l the ball to the twenty three yard line, from which place two downs failed, to gain but placed the ball in the middle o'f th-' field, and-from that point Ebei-ie kicked a field goal making the score 9 to 7 iin favor of Pocaliontas, with only a few seconds to play.  It was dark whtn the kick-off wa.s made to Dyer.sville, and as expected they pulled a criss-cross play, tak'ng the ball to the middle of the field when the runner was stopped by Kreul. On the' n(jxt play th.ey failed to gain, and the game, cndetl at that place. '  The defensive play of the Pocahontas team throughout this game wa'j wonderful, but thoy did mot get much chance to exhibit what they might have done on offensive being - forced to punt nearly every time they took the ball, on account of being .<so'close to their goal line.  The boys enjoyed th'« ti'ip immen.sc-ly, and every one \yho has liad anything to do with the team was plea.?-erV .with the results.  The following boys made the,trip' Leo. HammcîS, center; Mike Ruddy, Ted Hammes, Ben Hronck, Joe Sinek and Emmet Eberle, guards; Eldoo (Murray, Ed Holder, Jos Lieb, and Geoirg© Rivard. tackles; Raymon ,1 Kelly. Louis Shors, and Will Schall, cn(is; Raymond Schnieders, Lawronw Schall. Vincent Kreul and Clarencc Eberle, back field.  ——D--  ATTENTION! AMERICAN LEGION  Nt)T ALL GLOKY  S0( lAL CALENDAR  ^íflTíTrane reader of a new.-jiapcr i;' little or no ci.ncciit  M.  1Ï  h;fs little or no ci.iiccption of the trials ar.d ti'ibulations of a n 'v.spapL^r i)ub lisher. They go to the ixjstofì'ici' an.l . rcccive their paper -.■e.iynlai ly a.nd con ' sidcr it just a mattor of coni-.-•. Th:'., cari gct tiieir jiaper right on ihe ik-t : fifty-one tiiiie in the year; Ihcn if i;,\ lhin,i;- iiajiper.s io delay the pap'e;-' !l'.e fifly-s' ciind we.-k tìiere is great | «■:nistci iiatii n .•inidr,,?,- 'Ji.- sub.^cribi'rs ; <inn> chiiminii tlial th ' [iiiper i.: •',il->vays lat<:-..ni>\'ei- d:'d it <}Ut 01 i time." That is, some ( f lÌvÌuii do, bui not ali. Lnsv v.-eek, ju.^i .iflcr we had The Kntcrprise oli" tlic prò,.-, and rea ly l'; mail, a distress culi canie from Th" Pocahont.'is Derjiocrat, tliey havin;; had the misri.irt-jne to br.'ak their lii'.v ]iews i)ress. Now, tiirie is nothiu.n more a!.^gravalin,g tÌKni t(i bave a lìew., i;ress break on press bui lli.it  tlie day they iisualiy bivak. W-treated tlie publishei- just lilc.:> we would want tlieni to Lro;it u.s—we in. vitcd thcm over. Their fornis aud blank paiier wei'i.' biaded info two ;;utos a.nd brounht to Cilnuire. arrivine- i about !)::ì() p. ni. 'l'iie decks wre the-i (■l«ned for .lelion and i.lie conibinr l '"r M(ind:i,\' i'erci's of The F/.iterpri.se ami TIm ^'^M'cIi "!!;i)> Dcniocrat gr.t luisy and' by 11 i.'iO t!ie Al-'l'ii? llilil Ì!'.sue of the Domocrat was ¡)ri;.iti,'1 ",nd r;,l(!;-(l and resdy l;; b- back. :DaiK-;;..  They niiidi' tVie 'ni'.iils by !''riday 1:10-n-' ing. "with, ( !iiy a fi'W ¡i.mrs' d^ I:i\' but ('"nt st \'Ì!;h, iKit v.'ithout imich ell'mt on the jiart 'l'he .■\li.;"nti;iinilni:  of the iniblii li'rs. .Aii'/Lnci- iiM'id: n'. ■ . ......  tirai v,-ill p\'(iv '. tir'.l the '.'.l'i- ol',a pu'i-lishei- niit ;d! suiil-'.iine i,; t!ie faci, tbat tu'n wc.'ks :u':o a bu'.idde of p-.pi r-Ihi't :.^iic.uld liave to Tlv- (li an i  i;iv.-'r Liical wa.s ;-'ii)'.']).>. 1 to 'i'I; ^ l';r.~ tfi'p'ri.;e. We had t.ur i>;i]«'i' r,ut .'ir.i' Ir^u-vv there \y;i< soinelhinti: v.'r;in!.';. .we '• 'd i.hr tlia! b'ion.u'.'d V, an-  .i'iii'l' office ovei- tTii) nidi-; s'ivith o'' licre, while tliat pubiisi.i.':.- wa.' l'.X'jiUdi;- How .) ing to his sub-crilier-—and probablv ; cus.^ing the i-.'iilroads. Tlie new-pap-^s busines.s is [,-;reat wiu;u evorytiiituc  1'  WKDXKSDAV. DICG. « !•:. Ai<l Society at 3 P. M. with Mrs. J. A. Cruiner. (N'oU^ (.-¡lan.u'e of líate.)  ■nii'iisDAV. i)i':c. 7  ri'esliyt,Mi:;ii lia^aa,' in church lii'-ern Mit.  ---—D---  ib-.- i  Bv- :  Hi ;h Srlniol Dcclaiiialory Conlcst  Tl  das  ■ 'Vy ciMit('-'( ..-pcalci' •> sine.- last v.-fck. Tw.  be n..: •<! 'H.it;'l'I <d' three, i rieal r.'ad Di-anialiv' rsisli ]ia\'c but fi'.'e'f.iiite>.taiits  <1 luvt t,) li tiirin tlie final c.r.lest t< r .'.hrr wi'.-.. fiv,. nf , i'I:;'.-s che,.-";! at. a n I'l.n'i II liniil.'i'.ill..: ,.r I  day nichl D,\'enib"i- .lt!i. lîy .fhi.s si raii,i':(>nu-i.t W'r.liii'-d-'A' mí:.,'M, De comber C.th' wiM the fi:,al ccnitis! for tbi^ solectiiin of a r:'pr! sentative ich eia. s to ap|ir';¡r at l''íin,!a nii'.ht in the snb-c(nint v con-  Clare Tery. Kunice Manicdein.  Those in the -llh (u-ade r.cithe í'ent ñor tarily dnriii.i;- the lasl v.-eeks are:  Vivian eüneke, K^niivih K.-'fer ron l'i terson. ,)os..e lianiert, Krar.eis Starr, I.e ni Wiogni.;n, Oiivei- Wils.ni.  Tl'.ose in the Ilrd Gr.i.le nrilher :;b-seuit ñor tardy diirinK tiie last sK weksa re: ' '  _ Kleano;- llialt, Alfred Nau.diíni., ,, , , üenjamin Thompsr.n, Di.eald. Wils,i,i ; Donaid .Martin, : h:is bren cba^a,!;-- j _ _ _  nights Wil! ' '  .Sinc-'  OIJITUAUY  November (ìncen l'í.sf hi'r'Meclin  bein;.; WÍMi.,n:'  rr<>iii c  Kr'dav  The Xovrml'.í'i- (jja'cu l'lsliiei inr w.'M inj;' w.is le'jd ."-^atai-day aCtoriun :i, N aiip.-ar in'ür., ;,t l.i;,- h.,-r (i, .-..vieve .1,.;-y iliK'h.í, tli(>. a.-..;i:.t,¡n;v hosie,-s: ibe Ihinieron; Ti 1 r} . Ila/el Ti r-.' lin-.inai-y ,of,..t,Î!.. I,.,-. Tiie fsHowiii.,- ;> ■ t."ids <ni Mon- in(erestir,;d.\- given:  TI-,1-,'0 i\linu(r Talk.' i.n: 1. Pr..„I\b-rto.n' , , Win.nn Te ':.!. Di'.:(.'hali.^s Ki.mán . Alice Kit ;>. M'ss Nannie Hur-'> mvli". .....  ".I',- will be til '.I'.'iit. lîi'd" . 11. n Connter  . . .. 11  Kacr."  i The names ...f \'.iius a-id /ois S. Orclii.di-a Habei'nicl wep.' ad-led o the list o '•K-iiibersiiip. Afin- a sii >ri. bu.::ine^ irl  Sadia. Mildred, Leigh, eldest daughter of Roy aiKl Sadia Lei.gli. was bin-:: near Ramsey, III., May 10, IDO-b and died at the Swallum lM^:plia.l, Stoini Lake, Iowa, Nov. ]8, ]i)22. A.gtxl 18 years, (.; months ;md S ikiysi  Mildred attended .'^^'cluKirin Rams.^y-, until they moved to Iivwa, 'two yca'.s ago, where she /rrachnted from tee W;i-re high rvimol lai-.l" June.  She attiinded cliurcji services regularly ■ ;ind t.specially enjoyed h.-.-.^x'hool an<l always t.o-ok an active p.i-'. in her Sunday sciiool class v.-ork unt!', failing,bealili fonipclle<l her to c.-as She was talccn serieur.ly ill, and ' that medical skill and levin,^v hsi;.'^ could do in vain. The Grim 1 -m l Ktiicl W'rli-i-■•■truyer cnllc<l. bri;;'ht. lovable Mildr, d 1',I xva-- 'went home to- be with the lovrd o-.i!-.-.  ; arounil-the TnnVnV-..........  Besides the bereaved p'u-en(s, she ■ i'.urvived by one brother. (Joidon, y.-ln. will s;i'lly mi.-,.; hi-r lovin,"; care; ar,.! an a!'.'i'd j.;rsi!d ral,her, John Gallup; -i minilier of nneh^ ;umt,.s and cousi.i.-. Also a hesi , r y-mn,!;- friends wIm Hop"  ................................. \Ì!,a,,\Vehl<"  The coirienls- wrr:' .all (akei' fr..>n Ibi,' Slud.\ li(i,d-;, "In Tie' V,,n GuiirM i moui-n lier eai-ly deutii  sec-  : Pi:>..«> S'.l, Pigs- 1. l'i What Will'  A , r fit,.  'I'lio Kir-t Call Piano .Solo ■I'he Mustsi'd . NauidUx- /.-H nini\' Tl  - . 1-'.\K (lly GM..  M. Hill  y.t o Marcii . .-Vnnouiie 'ni  (ioes right—but i:ie:irly every print-i nesday ni.e'hls ii'ig office has a li':lu-\-a 'Jnie .senni'- ; to b(! picked, time.;.—Gilmc re City iMitei prise. given. ' -D^----...  Alb'M'i,.- .-■■"■sirn, (Ik  lio( 1 and r'!i'l;y ' ,, . hour a>id il:n  . .lilsn liii'i-s ;..i:rved b.\' tlir  G(-..";vi:i l)':'V --------  f Pi- .-^-llla ..  ........Alia Juhn-;o-.  Vii-fi-ni-! f'".i\vtlt»-i Di-lpViini- .lull.) 0 . in 1 li-iivy 1 )i.l  .Uiini-.e-i Mclnlii.. ' l-'.-nda. - I 1 an .liiM'p'ni-.; Ki nnrlc i„m,(1,. Dr. Ly>ii-.. .bniiiie (V h,„ I-. a: , Katlie-;.),- niciitli .('il.v b.sll I'ls-ter Z bla SH-n'l/ |;„ir,. 1,,', .,,„, ..... Shor.-. i,io„îh \'v..|.;,',, d  I'ndr-d I hi- Itaby - l/m i-. -i -  ■ ....... I!-'"' Vinix , .„.1, ,1^,.;.  II. S. 0;-.-h('.'f "1 v,-ond's i./i'ir, i.it jf win-.'if !';', for \V'-'I-c(>nt".-.t. Till- fiv<. bi-si ' Memlr-i'.. I'hice rank not to 1  nt>- IVi'-liine liosb-.-.-e,.  --------D-----------------  HLlU-iAI! NO'  SO.'l. \V-S .  ■st:ir. love Iirar.-'. tlie rustl ' of a win,.;.  l''uner;!l s(-r\-i(-(-s v.-ere cond.uetyd from,the R.-'nisey M. E. cliuicb, Tu ■ -21, by Rev, J. E. M,.-  Intenni-nt in Ranisííy cenie-  day, Nov (.iracki'ii. terv.  D-  C.UM) OF Tü.VNKS  GUIMIV A'  I \\'e wi;  'US in ;;il\  1 to tliaiik all who a s is.' v.'a.\' :iad fur .tl;.- bi-intii  I'AU.M 'liriíKAi' sG!ii-;iir  Couid.x .\,i;i'nl's Oli'ice D."..^■  :ir.l Tu, ■■ :a; i'.- olVi,-,-. ^ ,|--Ill. Tur ,1 ,  ■'I 'd Tln.ir .'¡p,  florül oH'crinj;--. ¡vnl i.,ii will) w, le so !;ii;d -.-liid dui-'üi!',- oui- l,"'ri-:s>'onii.'Ml. ¡ Mr. and  ! G,ii-d:,u  -------------- D-. - ■  (•||RI.S'!\-\î S!-;.\l,  •ially I'l \\ -.iipalh:  i;.-v 1,(-'  S.M,K  I'l  ar:l -Ili TaN'li,.'  Old Gil'  • f till.-  Joseph Lnnus Wealthy Autii Dealer of Chicago Murdered  l.ak^  l'':u-in I'urrau nut at l.'.n bonie last S;,! ni d:iy night. Wednesday night the prn^.-rani will ' y ix^dile wi-re p be :is f(dlows: ' er Inisii,. ..s trai.  Townsldu loe Ki'/.P' .■\bont fif i-ut. 'A.lv.eng olb. ii d v.-i.., the r !'.■<•  ^alth;.  . .Joseph. ..Lanusj auto, dealer,"ii'ephew cf J'js.eph Ijanus, ,Sr., of Pocahontas, wciB :-:liot in hi-' sales room in that city last Frid.-.y night. Ilis murder has not ;us yet been found, nor Is there much of any clue as to who it was lha-t did the foul deed. Mr. Lan'.is was one of the keene.st and most .--ucc-e.-sful of Chicago's business men. He went t ) Chicago about 1.5 years .ago and entered the automobile business since v;hich time he has accumulated from that VnisinesR a v-a.-.t amount of wealth and is reputed to be worth over one million of flollar.=3. He was unmuirried and was known in Chicago os "Han<l,-i-.ome Joe" Lamis. A twin brother of the mui'dered ma.n is also in busine'^^s ill tl-.at city. His ia.thev, a brother of Joseph Lanus, Sr., cf thi.-, city is living in Missouri. His large business connections caused him,to have soma enemies and it is thought that it was over some business transaction, that cuiused his death by an assassin^ hand. Although thi^i pailicular phase of the matter is not assured, it is kn.own that he had a ((uarrel with one  Music, "Roseland' .... If. S. .Orchestr.  YP jy-.».* X., --------- ■  lion  if oirieei  Clii'.':-;, .1 A P!K:rr..'.-r'Cuba Chark.-i; Parthei  America's Respcnisibility fcr Armenia '  ................................,.,.. Walter l''urman  What Is War ....... Gertru.le Malamey  Lafayette .. :.................. Louis Shor-i  A Plea For The Phillipines ......  X/.— la- CO., 11  for the C(nnin<i; yea';.  ^Vt^Eîl^V-'.....  (U'ganiz.'ition is bidding regular mortldy meetings and have a definite .prog-i-arn of wei-lc planned.  I ■'■Ix- I'll-.".- .;ii Aniiiial G!isi, tin is S'-al W M> It,, "nii.hu-l.sii in' (Iii-;  ci,unl.\- ;ir,,l t'.-.ron.r.iiout I'.r- st:ile fniui  Decenib.-r 1 until C.iiri I mas.  ! Residents of I'ucaiioni.:, ; county a.i e  being askrd to luirclias.e 80,000 Se:d-'.  ' The sale of Seals reinler:; p(is.';ib':>.  tlie carrying en of a continuous i-'.\ir.-  ; paign in low.-i, to ¡D-eveot; tuberculusi ;  ■ ii.nd other d,isr.a;;i's .and p.—'iote heaUA'^  .i ....... : . - ..■-■-- „'■"' —f--.'--^'-  'iind c'',i!d i-v,-;!  "c iii.'';'u.'h cou-dy.  nis  ■ I I'\avoi-able rejiorts com ' from iho  ........................... George Walkenhauer K;,,.,,, Corpoiation t-,- !h.'  Violin Solo ........ Mrs. George Hilto-i ^ (i,,, „rg;uii:'.at:on is r.ow  DRAMATIC CLASS I rea<(y for business. In fact lu.'i.ns .-ir..  Death Disc ..:....... Virginia Crowther now being made .t.> fa.-mcrs w-t'i  The Boy Orator of Zapata City ........ which to buy livo;,tock, hold their  ................................Mary Gilchri't grain etc. Mr, Amlrews, pi-csideiit  The Lost Leaf ,........... Harriet Ten-y of the organization st:ites that  Connor ............................ Clam Trippy county committee v/ill be ajipoiated to  Gorden's Reprieve', Edna Wincgarden facilitate the inakin.';- of h-ans to ap-  Vocal Solo ........... Mrs. E. A. Larso'i pbcants.  HUMEROUS CLASS  The five members chosen from the preliminary contest Monday might will appear here.  Columbia March, .... H. S. Orchestrti Announcement of winnci-s.  -D-  HIGH SCHOOL NOTES  Notice to Permit Holders  According to a letter recently received from Dr. P. Mal-Jolm, Stat-'i Vetenniarian, before new permits can bo granted, holdei-.; of pevmits-for the use of, hog cholera serum anrl viras must forward to him the old permit together with a .'-.tatcment as to the number of lungs vaccinated and thii vc-.iiults obtainc<V ' Those who now hold one of these permit:-- r.bould attend  Pupils of the Junior High, who were neither absent nor tardy during the pa.st six.weeks are: ,  6th Grade—Virginia Brokaw, Bessi^. to this matt'ir at tne ci'riiest date.  of his custom^« tiirihc''^'^''-' T5illemuth, Frances For- .^o Farmer«  over some busuies:, da.I .uid l.^.U .he ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^ Pocahontas county farmers will be  Pattee, Loraine Thompson, Arnold opportunity to secure a goorl  Wehler, Glenn Wil.son. ' ;;upply of rea<]ing material throughou'.  ar!-';ument between the i wo became very heated. Mr. Lamis was knovva to have beein hot tempeicd and it is  possible that .t wa, ue ^^ +1 - tl .t Ell.ott,'j , with the Iowa Li  the controversy bct^nu he . m t.e FJuKcr. Corliss Han-is, Roy, > Commission the Farm Bureau  The Woman's Auxiliary of The American Legioai of Potiahontas will serve an oy.iter supper at the hom» of ¡Mrs. E. P. Hudson. Mrs. E. P. Hu<ipon. president of the local Auxil-iairy de.sires fti ipoessence of all members. of Post No. 18. The ruppcr will follow immc»liately after the regular meetinfj of the local post. This will be one of tl»© most imporfc-•sntt mofitinfy.s of Libcrtv Poet hel'l Ihis year. Officers for y^ar 192.:! will be placed in nominntion to be vohii on a+ the next regular moetinpr December' 21ct.  biary  cifTice is to rcccive about fifty bookr-: , cvery three months. Thi.s libi-ary con-8th Gra-de-Leo JonECn, Beu ah history, biogra-  tvi. board of Howard lAicas, Edna , ^ fiction, and miscel-  one cf the cai.. A M/«tomuL. j Ethel Wehler, Frank WìUh. j „^-nt of thcse books havc- heen recciv-  ed aiid -maiiy <>,f thcm Iiavo bccai loa/-i-  Gthcr mam spoken of, to become ^'O j jj,,,,,,,^temmun. Homer A  anim.ated. Whein found his body was Howa -d Teiry. lying on the floor of his gar.-igi; between two autom;ibilcs and one foot  pistol was also fou.vd lying near the bcily a.s was also iii.s gla.K,se.s and son-e other of his bf^ongings. When found ho wais in an unc.mscious state from which he never, rnga'ined con.scioii.-,-ness. There wei-e two bullet lioles j.i his back, evidencing the fact that his assailant shot him from the back and hi all probability it was not expected. The large pi.stol found en the floor of the garage was a 48 while the bullet'; ill the dead man'« body were fi-om ;; 38 calibre revolver. One of the magazines in the 48 ha.1 am empty car-tjrliige and a bullet marlc was found in a car that stoid clcisc^by.  When Mr. Lajius began lue busine-s.? career in Chicago fiftocn years ago he maile the remai-k to his uncle, Joseph Lanus of Pocahontas-'that it ■was his intentioiiv to either go broke ov to' becbma a millionaire, that he succeeded bo become the latter is beyond question a.? he was consid.ere<l  A school orche.stra, under the able direction of Mr. Stich ai-.d Mrs. Hil- p^j.^^jj,,. ]jvi„,, af ^ distance wdio ton, has recently be:.-n organized a";!'are unable to reach the office and wh:) practices faithfully throe times each | ^^ ^^  week. It is composed of the following Farm Bureau office at  piece-s: Violins  -Walter Furman, John Pet  ers, Hazel Waugh, Alleen Stich. Hazel Ramert.  -George Shoi-:i. Hairry El-  Cornets  liott. . . ■ ,  Trombone—Elmer MoeMer. Clarinel>—Clellar.d Crowrther, Piano—Virginia Cro-wther. Drum.-r—Hazel Teiry. This organization hopts to, make ita f}rst apepara'nce at the declamatoiy contest next week.  Pupils of the 5th Grade, who were (neither ab-nent nor tardy during the past six weeks are;  Elinor Brokaw, Nellie Carlson, James Dockal, Helmi Hai-ris, Margar-  Pocahontii.s. Kcmember. these bocks are yours for the asking.  ----D-  2 Mill Levy Must Go On Tax List  County auditors ovc-r the .state ara receiving notice tliat they miuit put the 2 mill levy on the tax list with which to pay the principal and inter-e.st on the bonus bill." Auditor Gilchrist tells us that he has received a like notice from the secretaiy of state.  -_D-—^-  Get your Christmas cards a4 tho REMOCRAT OFFICE.  Misses Florence and, Bemice Scan-Ian autoed to Storm Lake on last  ot« Hai-der, MUdred Jensen, Jame^ on-j of the weal';hy men of the ij.i«cie!lan, E.-u'l MaiL-ien, Lloyd Mocl- Friday where they spent tho day and 'Smoky C,ty," ler, Nancy Ramsrt, Jlarlan Schisscl, returned home in the evening.  Health work do-,ie in thi:; county in the pa.'it fina.iici-d in wbolo or in jiiirt by the proci c<ls of Clii-i.-itina« Soul Hales include:  A c6unl.\' tubf'iculasi-; clinic. I'/;;aniination of b:ibies. Measuring scale:; for mo:,t of th-:-.echools ill the county.  ■ Ileallh iuihits taugiii: to sclie-d childi-eu thru Modern Mualth Crusad-'.  During the p;;i.-it fifteen y-i.'irs t:i" tuberculosi.-; d'ca/i,h ¡-a'te ni Jowa ha; been reduced, .fVniy-five per cent—;.d-most ono-li.-df—ixisult attribut''d itiainly to thfe c.ampaign. of «lucation, prevention, i:ind treatment fina-nc,':»! largely by Chri.stma« Se.al funds.  The Iowa Tuboi'culosis A:;!i0ciati0ii co-oi>cratc,s v/ith the Stale San;itr>ri-um at Oiikth'.Js; tho State Bo-ard of Health, The llou.sing Commission, the Commission on Animal Health, tl-^o. State Educational Institutions, Board of Cointrol of State Institutions. Anu'-riean Red Cross, State T.^-ichcr.s' A;-.-sociation, American Legion, Ji^arm Bureau, women's organizations, labor and commrj-rcial organizations:, etc.. and maintaiii.H, a ,sta(r of workers in tl:e fielil at all ti.ncs. Its work, hov,'-aver, is cavrieili on without staite or federal -.aid, and its support has always, been of a voluntary nature, . Buy Chri:-;Lmas Seals. When you sec someone s'jlling them, help in the fight againfit tuberculosis by. buying all you can.  Everyone who buys ai dollar's worth of Seals, or give;; a dollar to t!u! cause of buys a Health Bond, thereby becomes a member of the Tubcrculos-if Association.  Saturday, Dec. 2, is Button Day a'I over Pocahontas county. Buy a button for twenty-five cent,^—or as much, more cs vou wish t'l .give.  Mw. E. L. Hollis, County Chairnian.  . Seal Co«imil,teo.  —--D.---—~  Dr. and Mrs. Mcliurney of the Methodist chuiich a:t Onawa luvi, a i,tra,ngc visitor last week. A young lady alighted from a Northwe.'i't.i-rn train ami tran-sferred vy the Illvnc.i'» Centra] de]»ot. She rcemed to be ¡,1 a dazed condition and did Jiot bain-d her train when it ciin-.e in. Sh2 went iater tp tho hotel where the matron caret! for her. Later- che e?copeil from the hobel and miule her-way to the Methodist parsonage. It was fotRid the young woman wa? suiTevirgr from a nervou.s collapse. Her mother arrived later from Oto Mid -took hei home.—Storm T. '' - 'tr  I.  V  i'f^  á'S^mi-t   

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