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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - September 04, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaPage three Sioux Center news Sioux Center Iowa thursday september 4 3930 stokv1 about the Goldenrod the Goldenrod were nodding their pretty Bright Heads Are Lite the Sun they said Bright and Vellow near them stood weeds which trere also pretty but of coarse they not can Eldered Flowers 11 we were to a Garden or were lard to grow they would Cuil us hand some said the weeds were not in Garden said the held Enron an Many people like us of course there Are others continued the Sowe Cross shaking their Heads quite hard Wio dont like scathing it costs void Noney just As though Money would make us Row Thev could pour those things they Call pennies and Nickels end what care we for Money and even quarters All Over As and do you suppose wed grow then indeed vre they could dollars All around our roots and it make a scrap of difference that i Jour much for Money and the people who Only like Flowers that Cost a great Deal toil Hare almost much sense though Jou were weeds the weeds were very near to the weeds Eaid the Goldenrod for we Are called wild flow Era we need son rain summer weather to make us grow and far Oner than pen Nies and Nickels and Tumea but it Juicy like Libreri Flower Wrhen Here we Are in the Fields fend Meadows and ii Etc really a finer Home than tie Rich Flowers 3usr then some Chis Dreo came along talking of they souled loot at the glorious Golde rods they Are the first of the season did you know that the Goldenrod is Hie american National Flower asked the child at East it is almost always Coa Eide red to although a recent popular vote favored the wild Rose Bat the Golden Ltd is afield of All other Flowers you see so Many nations have Flowers special of Tower England has the Rose France the Fleureus Scotland the Lustie Ireland the Shamrock and Italy the Ziy int it wonderful for us to have wild Flower a i Mpr so Bright and one we can All enjoy a the children agreed and they picked great Bunches of the the Flowers were nodding their Heads happily now were to be the nations flow ers they whispered to themselves and to the bumblebees who came to Call of them end sip of their Honey yes what Tare we for Money and Hothouse when the nation pays is the Honor of thinking of it former Flowers the weeds feh proud they friends of the Goldenrod and the Goldenrod asked the bumblebees to ten All their relatives As they that they must he Gay and Bright for they were the Flowers of the United Stales and that evening just As the Sun was setting the Goniu Enrols sap 8 Little in the Dunmier Breeze and this was their tone were Golden Golden Rolde rods and we All Over the land were Bright and Strong and sturdy and our own me Tow land wind mews is our Tunt the peckers drum Drury drum and the air always carriers our sons Tor up to we gaily cheerfully hum the bumblebees Buzz n the chorus the wave the time in the Breeze and the song in caught up in the branches and Sung by of the Trees for Meadow Banff Rou surety Bave heard in the Sonny summer Tomt Juet listen time youre out of Doore and youll too hear Alfalfa hard to replace increasing Meir Dutts 10 Mai up for Lect of Alfalfa the advantage of feeding Alfalfa Hay to Dairy cows regardless it or not Oil mesh is used in a ration to replace the protein lacking in a cheaper Grade of Hay is shown by the experiences of two Vista county dairymen reported he Arvid Miller tester to the pair Extension service state Coj one member of the cow testing association ran oat of legume Hay Early the past Winter and Stane feeding a no legume Hay he fed enough More Oil meal to replace protein that was lacking in thei cheaper Grade of Hay another member fed the same Grain few minus the extra Oil meal and both members fed silage the Herd which was fed Alfalfa As a part of the ration returned for each expended for feed the Herd fed the ration Irith non legume Hay returned Only ice each extended for feed sow Rye for fall pastures will also for Early Spring i continued from Page 1 Lieve we pay it All he nys the Farmers must Iran to demand such prices As enable i them to make a profit and to manage j things thou the Farmers Union so Joe Paske and i Tepaske attorneys at Law Sioux Center Iowa that they can get those prices the adj Legaj work Given prompt Lardner must sell Only to meet the it Wii Ana Carei i attention Bluegrass pastures got a hard bump on the Jhin with the Pmj longed drought Aid hot weather tvs year Conse wuertly they will Bably be very slow reviving even if j considerable Rair Falls and the result j will be that Bluegrass will provide Littie fall pasture because of the situation t is Csc chaily in order this year to sow Rye for fall pasture suggests e s Dyas farm crops i tension specialist of Iowa state cortege Rye May be shown any time no v just As soon As moisture is available and it wiil provide pasture in a Short Ime it is Ore of the Best crops m Iowa for fall and Early Spring Pas Ture according to or Dyas about 1 bushels an acre should be seeded the variety to use for pasture is not important Dyas says i Mand the merchant does when 1 bought this suit Here he to his Bue Serge suit i pave the taxes on it the rent the interest and the profit i dont blame the merchant but Well Khavta pass Rii Buck you betcha we will and with i out legislation some people argue that the far Mer will pile up a surplus if he Dors this an easy problem for Moroni j Blazer Well just keep the sur i he says and if we it a i whole crop ahead Well go t j g Strolo Drej de dentist Sioux Center Iowa phones and from the Way in which House 25 i it one could Tell that hed be pins j j if redid get a whole crop ahead office 22j bring All your Job work to the news Reisas variety store Chenille made exd Sive feature Complete line of Choice variety gifts were the Grol Flen Golden Yolden Rode of were of the whole country is Niles cabby Gertie democratic candidates gov Roosevelt and Robinson a both excellent possibilities but life Ely neither will get the nomination room velt is from new York and mrw Yorks turn is just pass Robinson Laving run with Smith and Rorn the West wont be Strong enough that still leaves oven d Young h i voted Democrat he would be be Owen d Young is the author of the famous Young plan for War re1 Paratinos he is now president of three tremendous companies withal a capable Many and a Good candidate because of his objection attitude a girl always knows the car has come to a dead Stop when talks about the Moon yith both hands the wheel How it started by Jean Newton every Man meets Kis Waterloo at last Here is a quotation which sounds As though almost any one night have said it possibly Many of us have mid it and used it with out thinking that in to doing we were a famous orator of Foy says quoting a line which so turned an idea that it was m i mediately consigned to Universal ownership without so much u a thank icon to Al Kanthor in dead night for 1 years 1 tried to get rid constipation says Chas then at last the simple mixture Adl Erika made me regular the simple mixture of Glycerine Buckthorn bark Saline Etc Alder Ika acts on both upper and lower Bowel relieving constipation in i hours brings out poisons you nerf r thought were in your system Ler Adl Erika give your stomach and Bow Els a real cleaning and see Hon Good you Celt druggist As grocery famous for Fine foods phone 264 hot shot bargains for Friday saturday Sioux hatcheries Quisenberry feed Brooder poultry Call on us for the expert care which poultry require spraying and culling your flock always bring Good returns we specialize in improving 3our poultry Sioux hatcheries Sioux cd nerf and Huil Iowa 43c 43c 27c 22c 25c 75c 23c 45c 22c it is to Piu ups we i Are indebted for the espre Dob eve Man meets his Waterloo at last by tired it in a Public speech on november 11858 in which he warned oat tyrants sooner or meet i dude Fate is Sll bump up against something that too much for them just arrived Beautiful new samples see our Beautiful Neil line of Woolen samples woolens Are cheaper and therefore a made to measure suit will be cheaper these sultry will fit better and Wear longer than a rea5v made suit we can Menton Vou j Serenil cases where suits wire worn from two to ten year and even longer showing the excellent Wear ing Quality we Are still in the cleaning of turf Ness although hard pressed by ouf of town concerns if you believe in a Trade Thome policy let us do your cleaning wort suits cleaned Forsi f pants cleaned Yit Jar Woric will be appreciated hammers k Overman sugar pure Cane 7 pounds Coffee Topmost i Pound pork and Beans Jack Sprat 3 cans Graham crackers in Box soap swits naphta7 bars Tea mallorys2 pkg pickles bread and Butteri Jar cookies Plain or fancy2 pounds Rice Blue rose3 pounds bananas Ripe fruit3 pounds strawberries Logan berries blackberries yacht clubman Salt iodized2 boxes Cleanser sunbrite4 cans Oats Mallory Large Box prunes Sun Sweet 2 pounds bread Merit 3 loaves Cocoa Hershey half Pound can Corn and peas3 cans of idol for your Fine fabric pkg soap trilby3 bars italian prunes for Canni Gand preserving at the cheapest Price of the season California Mountain Bartlett pears Colorado Alberta peaches buy Var Cannin Supply now season about finished on these products fresh bread daily White whole wheat Rye Raisin potato fresh hostess cakes free delivery hot or cold rain or Shine we want to serve you will and Ray 29c 17c 25c 25c 35c 25c 19c 35c 23c 22c having decided to quit farming i i offer my farm thu Piru it for Sale at Public Sale on the farm located on the gravel Road 6 Miles West of North Sioux Center or 8 Miles South and on half Miles West of Rock Valley the following property on tuesday september 9th 1930 Immen Wingat Oclock 6 Good work horses All sound and gentle 37 head of cattle 20 Mijck cows some of which Are fresh and othe will freshen soon 2 heifers i Bull and 14 calves from one to 3 months old 95 Chester White pigs All vaccinated the Long by retch kind so acres Corn in Field stack Slough Hay Corn crib 8x60x9 feet Corn crib is made from 12 loot 6 creosote potes and Corn cribbing wire holds 800 bushels crib has floor and roof can easily taken Down and moved 100 rods Woven wire achin7erv Ohio manure spreader Wagen with triple Box Wagon with Hay rack 9 it John Deere 3isc John Deere walking plow Bob Sleigh Van disc John Deere walking plow Bob Sleigh Van Brunt Harrow track seeder with grass attachment Mccormick mover 8 it me Cormick Binder hand Corn Sheller John Deere Corr planter sulky plow Mccormic Deering Riding cultivator Jamesville disc cultivator Mccormick Hay Rake hog feeder Primrose Cream separator hero Ian Nirgi Mill 26 Fth Arrow 3 sets double harness Fly nets milk pails hog troughs Chicken coops Small tools Etc Etc and under Cash on larger sums me to March is 1931 on approved notes bearing interest no goods to be removed without settlement free lunch will be served at 12 Oclock Holwerda owner cols h e Devries and b j Meylink auctioneers Sioux Center state clerk of Sale
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