Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 20 Aug 1930
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - August 20, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaNews Sioux Center Lowart furniture at Rock Bottom prices in order to make room for an entire new Stock of furniture we have slash Euhe prices to the limit m school notes piece piece piece piece bed Roon t bed t bed room set bed room set regular Price 6750 now regular Price 7000 now regular Price s 7950 now regular Price 9950 now 4so 4973 56w piece dining room set regular Price now piece dining room set regular Price g o piece dining room set regular Price now s m m m m tested that the chairman of the been history May some Day accuse Fann Board use some of the millions Ford of running this country into a set aside for just this purpose to buy mess jus How the econ roof of wheat and so relieve the surplus Commerce and Industry can b Strain i he farm Board had already brought Back to Normal we v some 50000000 Bushel profess to Sotyn last years surplus or to mate a name for himself thru a Jegge tried to explain that one of substantial solution the reasons for continued depressed prices was a fear that the Board migh place this store Dup Grain on the Market at any moment Here we have received word Back from was a Puzzle for you and you meet the office of the state superintended them m economics government to that 65 Sioux county Rural schools buy wheat to relieve surplus to Rais have been placed on the Standard Price and then government list for 1930 checks for 00 wheat which it might throw on the stare Aid have been mailed to the Market to lower prices but every various secretaries for their schools hour has its Man and the journalist this Money is used to better earn in statesman from Kansas senator the schools which have been Standard capper s the Man to solve this Puzzle we wish to thank the Mam boards his suggestion s the Only human for their splendid cooperation m help Tanan idea born of the whole situating bring so Many of our schools up thursday August 20 1030 2000 in Junior fair Davenport suites Are priced below All Competition profits on these Are thrown into the air a floor and Bridge lamps 35 off mattresses Cedar chests rockers 30 off 6x9 Cong oleum 9x12 Cong oleum rugs assortment of Dustless floor mops special at 98c one Pound can of Diamond floor Wax at 98c we have disregarded profit on this Sale we must make room for new Stock Chas Vander Ploeg Sioux Center Tion he suggests that the far to Standard Board buy one Hundred million j bushels of wheat and give it to China for the starving Chines n is Sioux Center an eight Page town i text books for the Rural school will in rhe main be rhe same As last year possibly a slight change May be made in adding a Small Arith Metic this year and in Reading material but As a whole our books will remain the same we Many newspapers have the help of Hope All our teachers will plan to a number of contributors it is Suresch the adopted books and thus prising the number and character of kelp keep the books uniform through men who go in for this contributing out the county you will have noticed How Promin teachers who need renewal should entry will Rogers is featured each attend to it before school starts of ii Day Chick Sale runs a close second Ter school starts we will be Pientz i recently even Calvin Coolidge went Busy and so will you so get your into the business for a consideration certificates in shape now a word we regret that we Rulp Anjet 5 Are unable for Many reasons most of animations will be Given on August them financial to command the ser27 28 and 29 Only those who have Jug vices of these men and others of attended summer school this summer their Caliper we could of those writing for state certificates printed inserts but we dont he eligible vant strangers to crowd us entirely Eagle township with 7 Standard off the Page so there is Only one schools lends Sioux county in stand Welcome six each Des Moines special nearly South ova Junior Farmers Wii assemble Here from August 20 to 29 to contest Tor state championships in More Ihan a dozen different Fields of modern Farra Injo Anil farm Home management As a headline feature of tha 76th Ai Musil Iowa state fair Accord ing to final entries revealed Here week this will be the largest number Junior Farmers Ever assembled by Anjer state in the Union Ami officials Are expected from a number or other states to witness the finals in the Competition Over will be paid to the winners by the fair Board prizes be awarded for baby Beeves pigs heifers Colts sheep Grain Canning livestock and crops judging and Bot i individual and team demonstrations la All principal farm Fields the boys and girls program will be in Progress continuously both morning and after noon each Day of the fair big educational show Des Moines special nearly 90000 Square feet of Eji bits depicting the work of All the states leading educational institutions will be featured in a special educational department at the 1930 Iowa state pair Here August 20 to 29 drought May alter hog prices tendency has been to reduce production and sell hogs Early fool living Small Corn crops m other Way we shall have to fill the arc schools Center and paper ourselves with the help of along second with such contributions As you May be West Branch comes along next with pleased to Send of course it Mav 5west Branch no 5 received the be that filling eight pages vill so com arrest Check is 0450 Petely exhaust our knowledge and the state Aid we received this imagination that Ever present help of ear worm Lle nearly enough to by newspapermen that we shall have running of three Rural schools take the questionable help of fillers charts will be sent out soon after meanwhile we Trust that enough will schools Start to All teachers for to happen in Sioux enter and in this trading of their schools on a stand office to fill an eight Page paper once t1lat enc1 District will know where their schools stand specials August 22 and 23 wheat advances flour is higher we i still have a Supply of the Best old wheat buy your requirements f Community it Attr la Community Fly in bag swans Down cake flour pkg baking chocolate in cakes i Cocoa honeymoon i in can i Coconut Long thread in pkg f Walnut meats peanuts fresh roasted in Candy bars gum Oval 2 can for25c peas extra sifted no 2 2 cans38c matches 6 boxes 19 Coffee the Best 3 ibs for sugar granulated 7 ibs for43c powdered sugar 2 ibs fori9c Brown sugar 3 ibs for 23c bran flakes 2 a Kors 25c get Klein Slot enter i he wheat Market wheat is going up a Little and if it Doest rain soon it is going up still More it May seem Odd that there so much talk of wheat prices Aid so Little about Corn and Oats there is a reason for it Corn and Oats Are j not so commonly sold on the Market in Grain form Farmers have Long Learned that it pays better to t i sell these commodities on the Hoof Jas a matter of fact Farmers do not feel so bad about Low prices on Corn so Jong As hogs and cattle sell High i Iolany a Farmer buys Corn and Oats j for feed and it is easy to guess How he feels about prices then but wheat is sold on the Market and it is j bad for the Farmer if prices Are Noti right right now they Are not right i id the wheat growers feel bad they Taik hard times others hear about it they talk hard times eve body feels j bad but wheat prices Are going up what a Chance for the republicans 3nt Alexander Legge is no Politi Cian he is the Businesslike chairman i of the Federal farm Board Ive enough to admit that dry did it Alexander Legge is a Brave rna he has been going up Anc Down the wheat Belt telling banners to put m less wheat to avoid another Pri Ekin Reading about sins running comment g e r one possible effect of the drouth which has been Little discussed s that it May influence hog production Send hogs to Market this fall in larg numbers and at lighter weights and ten to induce Farmers to Breed fever for farrowing in the Spring of 1931 this Angle of the Droutas effect is being studied by the agricultural economics department of Iowa Stac College in past years when the Cor crop has been Small the economies find that the tendency has been High Corn prices to induce to Send hogs to Market at lighter weights and in larger numbers Dur ing the fall with correspondingly lighter receipts during the late Wii Ter and Spring of the following year the t i r i still another feature of the past Thev pm f7 fill j g e r Mem Sulu Corn crops their front pages and a Good part of j the tendency to Breed fewer sows for the oozy of tiler papers with Storis judging from what appears in the f2l farrowing or murders rape bootlegging Crook newspapers from Day to Day it would All of this is natural the econom eci aldermen and accidents unseen that in order to succeed a paper nyint out because when Cetl doubt edly there Are quantities of i usual incidents which have an Appeal to people who themselves dont Dart or dont know How to sin but it is painful to believe that the majority must publish today what should paper its Point out have happened yesterday no fact that newspapers should Appeal to the More profound nature in our Good but primitive soup bowl nation we might expect a bit More of the nation veal Good Given every Man at birth to Grap for the values compatible with itself every midwestern family reads a daily every daily is now telling the Story of Alfred Lingle Chicago tril Une reporter killed by hangmen be prices Are relatively unfavourable to hog prices the Man with hogs wants to make his Corn or other feeds go As an editor has a thankless task he far possible in other words he gets blamed for not writing this or would prefer not to buy Corn for for writing that when converting Corn into pm rec has a s relatively unprofitable he jokes the Small prospective Corn crop about anything he likes or dislikes tvs 5eartogether with the fact he Doest Reed thanks in addition that fewer hogs than Normal Are on to the pleasure it affords no matter what it says be Friendly to your newspaper it might take a crack at of next v of dont have to agree with your newspaper you dont even have to like what it irites it is sometime o arms would tend to increase prices this fall and possibly next year but if Farmers insist on pushing their hos to Market rapidly this fall it May de press prices fewer hogs will go to Market late next Winter and Spring Slid fewer Farmers will Benefit from n possible Price increase an important element in the Situa Tion is the question of business Active ing surplus to measure production by the consumption demands some Farmers listened to him notably Minnesota and Iowa where they raise other crops better anyway and practice a Noble self denial by refraining from wheat planting others nodded agreeably but stole a Marh on these acquiescing Farmers there is nothing anybody can do abour such fellow is one cant even a Raj with them chairman ledge got along fairly Wel till he get to Kan j Sas now in they raise wheat it was made for wheat and thy think the cause he knew too even fa1 the credit of a newspaper to stimuli to if the present business slump con a Iii talks about the Tern Bleness o ate enough thought to stir up a Dis thirties or becomes even More acute Chicago where even newspaper men agreement or a dislike Are scoundrels you might be More interested in other Peoples sins if you were told that not Only non morale men gain the front Page by playing with sawed off shotguns and Imago a machine guns but that cd on record clergymen who resist a try at the profits of Boot legging it int surprising that peo pc read and gossip of marriages and sons unusual things always a peal the surprising Side of this is that the want you front Page scandal Sheet is exactly what people cant get readers to appreciate a ascription of a Beautiful a building or the store of some scientific discovery which is beneficial to society if readers have no aesthetic Sens i Fries nor any Iove or care for the greater Humr Mir made for it or legged advise sounded Good to ther so Long As he stayed out of Kansas but to come into Kansas to Tell them to Cut Down on wheat swell As i said or Legge is a Brave Man causes of hard times the most sensible explanation we find for the present slump is the Hal need accumulation of capital Mancial Power needed some outlet and they Mph aided production producing quantities of materials which if you have something on your mind write it Lown it will relieve Jour mind and wont Hurt the paper if you think it is Good Send it to newspaper if it is Good they will pub Lish it s among the reasons for this column is this we make the comment and run v7e asked an old editor what Are some of the things a Good does and does not do substantial is advice was As follows first Sood editor never takes himself to seriously he knows that us h noughts is be May hive Are not v to disturb the world he that most people including Edito Are interested Only in what passes torn Day to Day when he is angry bout something or other he Down his Peeve and tears it up he ii never appear in his paper w tit by the Large producing corporations a bad temper when writing about a very Small minority today control them babies Are bouncing ail thru trusts and mergers a majority Brines Are Beautiful All grooms p p of the producing capital their Fibular Young men All dead pock Rood All advertisers Good he will never write two words when one will do and will write at All on Kansas have finally absorbed the working More Mer out of employment this will tend to hold hog prices Down Lou siness analysts however Are predicting a of business activity soon summing it All up the Iowa state economists believe Flat the present sit tin Ion should mean this to the Farmer do not become frantic if hog prices for a time Are relatively Low in proportion to Corn prices a void sending the pigs to Market at Coo Light weight before Winter and to not reduce too the num Ber of Brood sows for Spring Farrow it is realized the Une farm ers May not be in a position to Fol Low the above program Kut who Are stand a Chance i Benefit next year from the possibly unfavourable hog prices this full pig has six legs by under the direst necessity a w i he didst get away from without cussing at them j capital of the will take Praise with Humin line people of Kansas especially j Henry Fords famous economic and blame with equanimity their governor and their editors Are principle that the More you pay a when we left our editor Friend we t i tiia1 me ii t Brave too 1 Ney started giving legs labourer the More he some advise of their own they Subj seem to be is sound it we Ever meet a Gootis shall show him to you a six Eggerl pig alive and heal thy is one of the freaks of a freakish crop season in Hamilton county the Little porker came into this world with nine Brothers and Sisters on the r e Nyblom farm in Monroe precinct March 18 the pig now weighs about 50 pounds and is apparently bothered not at All by the two use less legs which Are attached to i Tott Neau his development is Gool aside from the excess hams he is crossed Between a spotted and pol and China the extra legs Are inverted each being fully developed and attached to a rear Lica Register
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