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Russell Union (Newspaper) - August 5, 1920, Russell, Iowa Pvt a Quot Quot Quot i the Russell Union j. L. Ewald f. R. Uke Bhe Wald 8c. Be were have a full Stock of uni Nalls overalls and jackets work shirts work sox cheaper than you can buy in this line in a month from now. Cider vinegar cheaper sugar the last of the week. Old wheat want a pair of solid leather shoes buy Peter s Diamond Market Price for produce. Cattle show opens in new $200,000 pavili0 at the 1920 state fair Are be shown in a monster $200,000 Catt in which will be opened for the fir time this year. The barn is practically Complete now and according to word from to state fair office the last it fixtures the stalls and office rooms will be finished within one or two weeks. Of Ltd ,000 head of cattle Are to be House Al under one roof in this Pavilion. T Avn will in 320x425 feet when it amp Leto and architects say that is probably the largest most to Ern on any fair grounds in the Cou . A big Sale Pavilion with a seat a pacify for 1,000 people will also lie included in the barn. Dining Rooduk offices sleeping quarters and Loun Gix rooms for the herdsmen will be in All other Section of the building. Every modern convenience including electric Light running water Etc., is being installed. Bring us your produce Russell Iowa Albia miss spent Nelle local happenings a a. Ashby was a Chariton visitor Friday. A Paul Blue was a Chariton visitor Krida y. A Helen Cook w is a Chariton visitor Friday. R a Hattic Lowell was a Chariton visitor a saturday up. J. Winsor was a Chariton visitor saturday. A miss Wando Liau Foster of Osceola visited Friday with Oneta Pierce. _ a Olive leu lev of the week end with campbell., a mrs. E. J. Erickson. Of Melrose was a business visitor Liere thursday. A Ciao Allen of Chariton spent a few Days last week with miss Alice Thompson a Grace and. Gladys Iviller of Melrose spent monday at the a1 Irvine Home. A a a mrs. F. N. Pyle of Olmitz went to it Tumart saturday to visit relatives. A a a Rev w. La Cain went to Seymour wednesday for a Short visit with Quot relatives. A mrs. H dry Quot willies and Quot mrs. Howard plotts were Chariton visitors saturday. A Ruth Lewis went to a Sadie Clark was a Chariton visitor saturday. Edythe and Alice Wright were Chariton callers tuesday. A mrs. Stanton Cooper was a Chariton visitor monday. A Waldo plotts spent this week end with relatives in Conesville. A Celeste free spent a few Days last week with relatives in Lucas women have part in making state fall a health contests cooking demonstrations and other features of this Type will be the chief attractions at a Complete women s fair which will be held August 25-september 3 As a pair of the Iowa state pair. A committee of mothers housewives and club women from different part of Iowa have been working for the last year on the program for the women s department of the fair. They have announced that Iowa s exposition will be Superior to any in the country from the standpoint of women s happenings a read the Chautauqua and in is Issue. Mrs. Clyde Mckinley was a iness visitor in Albia saturday Lilliel Lane of Albia was a sunday visitor at the Gaddis Home. Francis Goode spent tuesday in the Garland Home in Chariton. A Ina Webb of Crest on visited Hist week with mrs. O. 0. Holder. Ella Cristie left thursday for Whitman. Nebr. For a Short visit with her Brothers John and Henry Cristie. A Grace Felgar of it pleasant who has been visiting for Severa weeks with Ruth Post and Enid Moore returned Home tuesday. A mrs a s. Stirewalt of a yrs in Colo mrs. Will Guy and mrs Lenry Hubbard of nebr., Ami mrs. George Farlan of Chariton visited thursday at the Henry 11 Aii cock Home these ladies and m r. Hancock Are All cousins this being their first visit together for Many years. Fbr��r&s"6isqujfs cakes Visi. Thursday for a Short miss Pauline Pim. A Robert Mitchan of it can Ripon visited a few Days last week at the Virgil Lewis . A or. And mrs. Bob Hammond spent tuesday with mrs. Dell Kinmoth in Chariton. A Torii dwelling ii us Nitice a Ilie Best and cheapest. Ask Quot a. B. C Nutu a bout it. A a a a a mrs. Emma Rotts and son of Oskaloosa visited last we Eli at the James Duruin Home. A Melvin Dewey went to Albia thursday for a Short visit with Bis Cousin George the Bible conference is for everybody. To will , informational inspirational Cowie. In v a mrs a 1. Bali and a ii it Wren of Little Stock Arkansas a came wednesday for Short visit at the a., a Beals Home. A it mrs. Fred Price and Little daughter went to Albia tuesday for a Short visit at the Charley Price Home. A Gavin Loudon Quot left monday for Sidney where he will visit for a Short time with relatives and friends. Dave Long of Des Moines came tuesday to visit relatives and friends. His daughter , who has be it a visiting in Des Moines of the past week returned with him a mrs. Ida Penfield and mrs Beuton Coffman were business callers in Chariton thursday a Nelle Campbell and Jennie Haywood were business visitors in Ottumwa thursday a mrs. Of l. Mace of Chariton visited a few Days last week with her sister mrs. De Lewis. A Jivis Liny no ids of Cornin came saturday for a Short visit at the m. N. Reynolds Home a mrs. George Calvin went to Lovilia saturday for a Short visit with her father Sam Cobb. A Martha Thompson went to Albia saturday where she will be employed for several weeks. Ilay Kells went to Ottumwa saturday to accompany his brother Glen Home from the Hospital a Rev and mrs. W. L. Caiu and children of Creston came monday for a 3bort visit with friends Here Lucas a mrs. Lester ii Orton and Daugh Witla ter. Ruth Eleanor spent the week end with relatives in Chariton. The Bible conference will be Worth your while. You will be the loser if you do not plan to attend. Adv f a Nell Taylor of Des Moines spent this week end a1 the Home of her parents i. And mrs. Walter Taylor. A mrs. R. T. Huston Bessie qui try Susie Huston and mrs. Mae Littelle were Chariton callers wednesday. Mable Thompson of Albia came tuesday for a couple of weeks visit at the Home of her Mother. Mrs. J e. Thompson. Florence Cox trained nurse from Nevada came sunday to spend her vacation at the parental c. M. Cox . Air thrillers at fair outclass All others featured by a sensational act lot changing planes in mid air while flying at a rate of 80 Miles an hour tie program of air plane thrillers Bool for this year s state fair is being Vertise As the most remarkable event of its sort Ever brought to Iowa. Two outstanding characters of aviation world will headline the plane attractions. Ruth Law Farn throughout the world As a woman Ator will bring a Complete flying Cus to the Iowa state fair the w of August 25 to september 3. The chief sensation of the Avian program is to be a1 Wilson s act changing planes in mid air. Wil leaves the ground in one machine i l when he is several Hundred feet no the track he climbs to the upper a is and leaps through the air to Ratcli lower Wing of another plane we flies above hit. He performs to in ii via Vek on Olau in. Ive lie Chi or. And mrs. L. F Rouse returned to their Home in Chariton saturday after a Short visit at the John Mcgrey Home. A mrs. Carl Hancock returned to her Home in Sewal monday after a Short visit at the parental Stanton Cooper Home. A Lone Hancock left thursday for Wyoming where she will teach the 5th and oth grades this coming year. A the Baptist ladies Aid society met last week with mrs. Ii. A. Baker. There were about 35 present including visitors. Ries of acrobatic stunts before a to the ground again. All this is while his machine is travelling a a fit rate of ,80 Miles an hour. Several other fliers Are coming to this organization and Opportunity be Given persons wishing to ride an air plane to Book flights with to men. Counties to compete. Practically every county in Iowa is planning to enter an in the county Competition at the Iowa state fair August 2r-september 3. Increased appropriations from ?150 to .$200 for each exhibit that qualifies have just been announced by the officials in charge of the fair. The amount of Money offered in premiums will be based on the number of county exhibits that score above 500 Points out of a possible 1,000. The Money will be divided pro rata on the Points scored above 500. For the county contest the state is divided into four districts. Payment of .$50 to each county that makes an exhibit scoring Over 500 Points has been authorized by the Iowa farm Bureau federation in addition to Ilie Money put up by the fair Board. Other Day i almost gotta steady Job Een a jail. One Guy come Vosit me before i am up other Day and say he Gonna Taka me to court for testimony. I say i Dunno How test a Money i Jusa Maka Heem Deesa week and spend Heem next week. Lie say Longa time ago i heart fight Wyeth one my neighbor and Hees wife. He say a court gotta trial for Dee Vorce now and he wanta me Tella so mating. I Aska How Moocha Getta for wage. He say two Dolla every Day. I tank Dat was pretty cheap so i say Dunna ver Moocha for two Bucks but for tree Dolla i know Plenta for steady Job. A a but Dat Guy no Standa for fool Weeth Heem. He say i gotta go ref i like or no like. So i go Een a court and one Guy Tella me Talca a stand. I Aska where wanta me take get and lie Getta sore and say no wanta me take get any place. Quot leave get alone and Seet Down he say. You know i am Beetle mad for Dat Guy Getta l Resh Weeth me. He Aska me ref i swear for Tella straight goods or so mating like Dat. I say Alia time i Tella Stra Glita goods but no can swear Only when Losada Collar Button Waita for Streeta car or Tilc of a Kaiser. You know Dat Guy Aska me question for Longa time and Den one other Guy Starta Aska me Sama Ting. I no Standa for Dat Bunch Maka fool Weeth me for two Dolla Day. So i speak right up and say i Queets my jobs go on a strike for More Money. But Dat judge Tella me i go Een a jail ref i Trow up my Job. I no say so mating Een a court How i feel but i Tilc Gooda Strong Union for a Weet Noss would be Greata stuff. Wot you tink plenty of cars he says or. A. Lupton of fort Lupton. Colorado writes to the Kansas City Star As follows i have just read in your july 7th Issue an article headed Quot the tragedy of the allow me to Sav that All this howl about a shortage of cars of which we read in almost every paper we pick up is All i went to Denver about Teo Days ago and saw not Only eighteen empty freight cats but Miles and Miles of them standing on sidetracks and All apparently in Good condition. Cars were there from All Over the United states Many of them belonging to railroads of which i had never heard. I la venture that i could go into Denver tomorrow and round up anywhere from 3,000 to 5,000 empty freight cars in Good condition. 1 dare say the same condition prevails in every Large City in the United stats. Why is this to is because of legislation enacted by the late lamented Congress. The Law provides for the return of the railroads to corporate ownership and of which the political Bosses boast guarantees Haid corporate owners certain profits regardless of How much or How Little business they do and the taxpayers foot the Bill. There is no incentive for the Railroad companies to seek or do business. In fact the reverse is True. It. Is cheaper to let the cars stand Idle than to put them to work. By this policy the companies draw velvet from both ends of the line a saving of expense at one end and a guaranteed profit at the other. If our. Editor or you or. Farmer were the recipient of a guaranteed salary of whether you worked or Quot Pla cd which course would you choose if the Farmers were guaranteed a Liberal profit on their investment regardless of whether they made the land produce How Iong would the people eat what we need is not a Hoover in the Railroad game or a car administrator to draw a big Saluri for doing nothing but men in Congress and other government position who cannot he influenced by corporations. It is not More but less government the people it up one step won t take you very far. You be got to keep on walking one word won t Tell folks what you Are. You be got to jeep on talking one Inch won t make you very tall you be got to keep on growing one Little Quot and won t do it All you be got to keep pm going. A Highman s . R. A. Hills physician and surgeon. Calls promptly answered Day of right office first door East of photograph gallery. I hone no 10frank b. Perdue d. V. , Iowa. Mager osteopathic physician graduate of american school of osteopathy Kirksville to. We handle All kinds of diseases both acute und chronic prompt attention to All patients and Good results assured in almost every Case. All Calls answered Day or night. Belly office 07 House 07 Mutual office Blue 2 .i0 House Blue -162 Over commercial ban Chariton Iowa 6 11optical shop eyes examined. Lenses ground. Both phones. Masonic , Iowa Stevens count Minnesota Corn farms splendid soil reasonable prices easy terms. Write for Woodman Russell to Wade. D. B. Robby Sican and Surgeo Russell Iowa win a wow isl hold 10-Day fair. As in past years this year s Iowa state fair will run a Complete ten Days according to the announcement of the program Given out last week by the fair Board. Several years hk0 the fair manage mint found it impossible to accommodate All the crowds in seven Days. Since the first ten Day fair was established the attendance Lias continued to grow until officials say that it now seems Likely lie time will be extended to two week s within a year or two. The main events this year will open Friday August 27, Auto knee Day the first two Days of the fair being devoted to preparation. Free circus at fair. Everything from clowns to Oriental jugglers is included in the list of me circus attractions which Are advertised for this year s state fair. The list of circus acts shows unit the fair Board has obtained Soma of the Best Talent from the biggest circuits in the country for this year s imposition. The chief attractions will include acrobats jugglers wrestlers Oriental troupes Etc. The free circus will lie put on every Day of the fair in front of the grandstand. Noted band coming. The chief attraction on the musical program of this year s state fair will be Thaviu s hand and International Ballet. This band has won a ii tonal reputation As a concert unit Aini was one of the big drawing cards of last year s state fair. First door where i have a larger Stock and More room to display my Complete line of Wall paper Kirsch Flat curtain rods paints oils and i have paint or varnish for every purpose my Many years of experience in the painters Trade is at your service. I have the most durable finish for exterior and Interior work. It pays always if Only for the information you obtain to investigate. Buy your paints of me and you will have no paint troubles. Investigate before you invest. Gall once and Yuul Gail again 9

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