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[ONE'S DEPARTMENT leadquarters for 1934. Real Bargains i the Highest Quality Pure ood Eats PROGRESS-REVIEW BY M. F. LI7.BP E. L. ESHEB FOR MEDITATION Entered at the Post, Office at La Port* I City u Second Clau Matter ' Published Weekly. THLHSDV1. J \M.\rU 4. m i Sweet Clover to New High Record Varieties and Strains for Alrrost Every Condition and Purpose. 1- · A u r cul Jr. 11' ed tin ii rs i l r t i i h hive u d j i i ip in n i.ps to llie pom w h « i · i ' . \ i r e j r i M n ^ Tlinost e = li eeil M i l l s is M i l l I- M\cU C l O V e r 1- tlm M i r Hi rti-en cro]i proi i of tl Istr nn w is , i \ h i M I U . I d to s p r f i d lo n e w T ...... mid r t l i e w l i u i i p r o . r u i i.r ( i l l l l i n l Piljiistincnl i linln i n ii o n ' i ' i ^ to u nuv bull* 1 si , ( |,u e r | n ni n i l ^ ni, , t, n u m l \ r |, 1MM ] |n i|, c r \ | rl PRUNES ncj thin skin qual- \ Prunes, 3 Ibs 29c )ne of the finest Prunes on market. eih laid Eggs, dozen ,r best Creamery Jutter, pound ndcr Beef- teaks, pound an Beef Roasts lound -i Q 1 ki- lie st Roiling; H 7 i / r 3eef, pound \f I l /2^ gar cured Smoked lam, lean slices, muml 19c imburger, pounds We make our Hamburger m our best beef ) SUGAR : · 10-pound cloth bag of · fine granulated Sugar, m 47c. j · ········B ········ m e n l si n , n of the C o l l e c t of A.-n c i i l t n n I n v i rsit of I l l i m is \s i vi l i i n p r n v c'til-lit crop for the acn s \\ 1 H ) I m i l I e- retired from w h e i t p r o i l u i t i i i n s w c i l clover Ins u n S H I P nor i noil! tin I P - n i n e s nccordi'i^ to HIP i n t h i rs o' the bulletin r\|ii mill nt i l w irk s t a i t e l bv the L m v r s i t v of I l l i n n U College or Vri i-uk rl in I'Xl t hi l\ie 1 f i v e the w-iv for nn l i n n is*- m the s t i t e s sw t c l o v i r li n ui from 4s(Kl t e n s l i 1'n'i to S i i l i M X ) nires In l'l!J It Is p o i n t u l out In the hillh t i n 'Ih f stmlii s h i v e In en expanded anil con tmnul up to the present The- in w bulli t i n r* ports the r e s u l t s of e ^ j t r r i mcnts nude us eirlv TS 1J1T and is lale is I i!2 \\ i t h n i w drm-nds hemp n i Ie up HI the sweet c l o v e r crop bi tlie -uncii! t u r n l udjiistincnt pronnm nnil o t h n r linn developments varieties m l strains are t i l i n g developed and i d i p t eel to almost e v e r v condition ind u* p accordnv to the h u l l e t i r Of the more t h a n t v v c n t v l i v e knov n sprcies 'if sweet clover crown in v i m us p irts of t h e w o r l d more linn Imf h u e been tried in the I mteJ Stit s T h e b l e m i i l Mute lowered s w e e t c l o v r r M c l i l o t i i n ilbn Is the most I m p o r t int rnd constitutes more than SO p r ecu' of all the sweet clover t r j w n In tho corn holt Another reison w h v sue" I c l j v i r is expected to p l u v a lei h u f f role i n the n g r i c i l l t u r i l a d j u s t m e n t I ro-r an Is t i e fact tint the c u l t u r e of It is i" 1-1 r t h a n ih it of Jie other eomni n ' · ^unies llie nsuil i l i u s i si i Hi _ ire the I i f - r |i irt ol t i l l i r * ' r I til" hr-l of Mar. h in S I I H ' I n 111 n and tin- l i I T p in ol M n ' i ml I ' 1 rst of \| nl in r irllu'rn H i m is 1- i I v tccdins 13 i m p i r t Hit I nl L l l d si 1 nuv hf sown in w i n u is i u l v is I" ceinber V 1 r,;e [iropirtion o' Hln n s i - - n ers use avvcet d i v e r 1) th fur |ii '' mil «,o.l i m p r o v e n i u i t H - cr |, i ir f u r n i s h 'no-e srn/ln.- l i n n ilm - »' other oiunmn corn licit [ i i s i u r e , i n A ll^ht purse makes a heavj heart. vr^urueuts can t overcome patriotism L v c r v rose ceeuis to know It* beau t fill Must real heroes shrink from being ov e rpri is"d | ^ hat h ippens to a man to make , li m j ^ n us** I vn due-nun teaches sou w-Uat la 1 i r i ure aud w bat Is ruL 1' v u u like turn lure thai is old buy It 4uoii In the- Lr-t p'ace Did JLV man ever come up to the hn,iis o' his press lueup Le 111 ion M t i a e takes the enthusl as n o it o. so in in v things 1C llii. re is no puce lo ^o ieevple It v t n t o ie Go tlnn must \\ 1 i n a bnv is uoi-v, he Is t h i n k i n g !·· u sjiuuhiii^ w o r t h vvhllc' ll i in in s n, _ood bv iwk* over the t e l e | lulie. ilout hall,: On to Miri lie sure j o i - e n ^ h l and then tell pi i[ V ih i n t It but uot too o f t e n 1 "V \v Bunions are generally opposed U h v 11 e lu-e t h e v are scner ill 1 miih p r i d e dus not srrow ruinp int u i u i l t i e w o r l d bcjins, praisiiiK o n e s itu i slurs \ in in .els iiiLirc w o r k dune w i t h Ins feu si|ii i r . l v on the ground than un l l u di k I s| ire I r u r ih in men said Ilus k n I l i u i r e - u n l 1 tin v are s w a l l o w e d hi ollit-r 'ish I i - ^ l l ue \\ is I n v e n t e d t i conceal t l . i u 11 ml l i n n - arc JoelullO words in it d i i 1 1 i r v i i i i n Jit liivc- to be i Ilobinson l n s j i n a I p Isle- for two or three il i \ s--in u lie n w ei?k Uw i v s l l i e in i nt\ lilts to he llr-t i n nn i sh on i n lul In I ore soi.ic new ^ i ,J I r i n i| Ie is ad | led BUDAPEST MUSEUM SHOWS ROMAN BATH The first underground museum to be opened In Budapest allows tlic public to vlsil the ruin-, of a Itonnn ih.-riu.il bath suuated ID ihe suburb of H isadu nlilcli coiuains uianv valuable Bom m ruins, writes the correspouJent or me London b u n d a v Observer This batliiu,; esulllsliaient w is built during Hie rule of llie 1 inpv.-ur Irajan, and Is pri-'suuiiLilv t l i work of his lejjoiuries. 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II ,| M. ,r , ir* r. s i r n i 1 bv so i nu i Mr Hi i .s ' i j i l m ,- r i l u l i l v f i s i l w i ul ' I i i v\ l i i! 1 i n ' for I t to s l r l l ' t i n "i l"" P e r f e c t l y TrnnU 1'ldl t l h -I ' I If I « i v i M i l l ti l 111 ni \ l r n 1 i l i u Ml u * i h l ] ou M i v e UK- I n l i I in M s , i p h e w - M v I 'b 1 r H' n 1 i j · · · · · · B B H B B B M B B B B U Handiest place in town J lo unload Produce at i Highest Cash Prices. | Plenty of parking space i and handy place to shop. | JUNE'S world's crops ^ rank third utronff the Inn or ·eal crops of the Lnlie formed planted to rice ,n th. ~ i linda liQ-3 ^leu't-d fl "'" potato crop ^ ^ 1D17 n bean or pen _ , * l n t ' eat acre values ,, Garbanzo high producers.^ _ _ Spread niannre, with about 00 pound P u l - i i Curbi Horn Honking I, ,n ( I T i r t to nuke 1'arls Trance, Poi-Mf-i citv ' more t h n n C GOO mo ,nsls w n pro-,euit(d w i t h i n recent o n t l H T t i r t l v 1 ISS periona were r n s l 1 f r h-mkinc I h u r automobile ,rns too issuluoush diinnir the ilaj me ind 1 IOO it n ^ht f o r flrst of],. r s mild lines or a n pninnnd arc ,,nh punislnicnt liut if they per tli" finf-s Increase In si/c H, B h R.le of H«»rl According to Ihp statistics of one o: ic It idm_' Insurance conpinlc-s hear n P1 ae for the ninth successive yeir as bo n the cms" of more deaths !, , n im other dlseise It was th a ,,s c of the distribution of one sr nth of ll e lotil illsbiirsci] In dent! ms T.ie d'-ath c l i l m s for ncd ts of nil kinds was only one »lnlt of the totil Not At All Complimentary ' O i l m teacher said I in a naliiril Kirn fool \mr tcicber 1« a sen»ll Ie woman urpc. 1 ' 1 "h" hid to explain to you it - nituril born fool nice" ^^= lul She « i i d It was hcredi _^[ru Sior Sure lo Pie-lie I il I n v in v i l i si i v f tr supper h u M k i n - s ill '.i i k I i in | ·Ih il s ill n j n 1 I i . r u k cuok | In. ---K i n s is l i t v -t ir OUH.1N \l N 0 1 K I I n Ihc Dif-lricl I u n i t »( »hi Sl l low i n and for I!l ·· I. ( o u n l j M i r e h l i nn I ll 1 1 I dith l l u n t / i n / i i I'l i m l i l l . ' " f Submarine! End 7,000-MiU Trip Three nevv Aricentlm- sul uuriiin tne Sunln. l-o the " i l t n nnd II. i S m i l DUO del Kstern limit In II il) »li B20 tons and 2IS fi« t lon^. r u - n t l t orrKcd In the lUv-i r I 1 ite mid. r II i ir Q U O power and uinr-i u n p i n h d ifl'-r a 41 day voJlKe of TOijO mlli s s n j s the New York IIIIICH \ r B - i i i l i i i i n i . i l a u t h o r i t i e s bellcie this constitute a record. Mu.t Bo Mother--WIllli I"" H U H'»t no matter how f|ii t ind PL i" 'ill llun.-i ore, a« soon as ou a p p e i r on th" scene trouble Le^iu-,' \\lllle (modcstlj)--I .-in ss I t s Just a gift, mother Myitorr UneipUined "People sometimes I ' l l rni I nlk too much but I a l w a j s b o h f v i n sanii! what 1 think "Of courne cUrlliv but ( r -- w h e r e do you itt the rest from Discovered MM I'lltB--How do you know I was ipylnif on jour home through uo «P'" glasses'" Mrs Kettles--I saw J O J tbrou b h in) own telescope She W.i KKICX! !-··' Night - \ \ t u v voul'l v n u do If a man kissed · -,erc nn Hut I in terribly hoarse toJaj -I'tarsoo's \Ne*klj. Copper Carbonate for Smut Copper carbon ite Is ihe most PlTec tire chemical for the control of covered smut of hirlev according to the results of experiments conducted nt the CalverMtv of Idaho njrrlcutural eioerimental station farm at Sandpoint. Copper carbonate has been ased for the pr-vention of bunt or stlnklnc smut In wheat for many ear3 bat it has not been previously recooiniCDilcd for the control of Uie stntita of other cereals. Sure Sign Stubb-- 13 It true tint D r o w n s w i f e has left him? Penn-- I sliouldn t wond. r ' He Ins new hut -- Erookljn fagle. \ u | I I l i i n l / i r i k U ll f nil ml To the A b o v e N mud D e f e i n U n t ·1011 .lie l l e . i l . N o t i h u l that t h u c | m now on file m ihi o ' n u of tin I Clerk of the Hi l u t l o u i t of HI." k H i i v k ( o u n l In va the p e t i t i o n of | h i s p l i i n l i i r p i i v m c tint she iiKiy| ,e k'i inleil i d u i u of d i v i . i c c fi im vou on the I'roiiMl t h a t ou h i t been of such u u i l ind i n h u m a n t r c i l m c n l us ha-i u i l a n K i i u l In r l i f i al o prair; that sin n a v I ' aw ml cd th, uni uf I w n i , I ivc Dollars DO) ,i v i i k pi r n i a n ' l i t i l i m o n . l t h i l t ' f o l l o w i n g i l i s c u l u l r e a l .tat' iiu ilul in l i l . u k H n w k ( j j n t v , lown l u n l l | ^ l o t \os I tei S mcki i ' m l!l"'t 1 m lht LOVMI of I i n e s v i l l i I" iw irdul and ct oil I o her that shi lie a l l o A l d the sum of 1 V" I l i m d r . I r l f t Dollars (SJ100D) a a t t o r n ' ) fci s ami that .1 w r i t of . i t t u h m u i t ·» the sum of T w o f h o u s ind Uoll.ir* (?2,UOOOO) I ' S U i , w i l h n i i t l.oml, a(;ain«l j o u i [ r o p e l l .mil that shi h a . c j u d g m e n t f r su h other arid f u r t h e r relief as mi be uiuiLable in the premises, t i i ; c t h ' r w i t h th' cu,ls of this action all of w h i c h more f u l l y appcirs in s i id |n tmon on file. as aforesaid ami to w h i c h ou are ereliy referreu N o w , unless j o u appear t h ' n to and defend on or before n inn of the 'conil da, of t,hi M i r t h I'l'.l rcrm of the District Court afor'said which will bttf.n and be h ' I d dl the Court lomc in thi dl "f W itirlor,, BI ick lawk Cnonly, Iowa on Ihe "ith day of March, 1'iii. (lefnult w i l l be entered agimst jou ami 'lu r" r. ndered thereon as p r i ul ir said petition LOM.I.EY A. I - K A N K , A t o o r n i j s for Plaintiff P PCSE.NT VTION" to Mirle Dn qslc-r A m e r i c a ' s w e l l l o v i d sUfi- nnil s c r u o a-ir-ot i mirnino h cb i r o l - i l i b i r t h i l i y ciki li j u i t n n o l h r in Url- tion th it tl" Iracl lional b i r l l n l a , e llu- H now i-oini. In for choroKto in n biir w i v l o r rich lu clous eh-ic-iil Uc l e n l s - \ n v ( i i n n n i r o f r i ^ l i v i t v ·VI il v nir b i r l h i l - n ' ik- of r h n i o l i - e bv l - l l u r o f llu c n c i p i ib en nl. It u i t h ( i n i l l c a for I h i li r l h i l li l i b l inl v o i r r-lll' W l l l m n k l 1 inem- grablc c o n t r i b u t i o n 'o the i l e b r i l i o n nlrllllLi) Trut Cnko (3 eci.il 2 CUpl « i f l u l "kc Hour 1 li ispoon soiln i, U n i p o o n » l t 1 r u p b u l t c r or other Hhort^nlni; 1 ' j cupa l i r o v n n u n a r l l n n l y p i r k t i l C K E I w ell bt ilcn I i'|uin * u n n w c e l e n c d chocnl it* 1 m e l t e d '3 cup cold ivatc- S l C t Hour onci meiliuro QdJ soiK nnil Bill anil n l f l loKLli ' r t h n i t i m n C r n n b u t t e r t h o r o u g h l y vld HUI; ir t - r i l u n l l y nnd crcim li h thor u n t i l 111.'it nnil fluffy Ailil c|,i t tn 1 bi it w i l l \Jd chocolate a n d bi it u n t l a m » l h Add Hour nlli rnnli ly w i t h w i , r. i small a m o u n t at a time I'.' it I'lcr r i c h a'lillllon u n t i l H m o n l h I'-ik. In two ill i-Jl (.rcajiid 0 Inch layir l ,11 m modi-rait) °"n CU)T ) *Q min- u t e s Spriail S i n n M i n u l c Froslmi. Ij ' v « n Kerfl find on lop und u j c uf ci tc p i l i n g (rusllni! Ihickty on t(i| M e l t 2 additional Mi|uun H u n s v \ i i t c n i . r h o c o l i l c -v i t h 2 Icimpoim b u t t i r \ . l u n f r o n t l n K In a I pour chorul-il m i r l u r o o/cr cake, Ictl ny It run d o ^ Trlrc Devil n ^uil Cnlio 2 rupi fliftul cnki- (lour ji. ti T,pcioiiM c jinlnn illon baking |m t ill r T ( tilis[u:in silt - eiip I n i t t i r or oilier d h o r l c n l n E l i j i n p i nui'nr T i ei-s w i II 1 rn\ n " s |U iri i lins v i e t e n d chocolltc, m r l t i il \ rup m Me ] t upoon vinilltl S i f t II i l l - n n u mi-Turc tl 11 blklnp ,owJiT Ttiil iill nnd = u f t t o g e t h e r in r Mini s ( n un b u t t r thoroughly ifl'l sin ir i r i ' l l l i l l v i n i l en-im to- .1 t h r r u n l i l l i r h l m i l n u r f v A d d e-fi'i Tnd b il v* I I p h i n i h u c u l i i t i and l»i at u n t i l innti'h Aild l l n u r n l l i r nil Iv vMth m i l k n iirnll iinoiint at n t l m i r it T f l e r r i c h n'l'htion u n t i l i t h Add v i m i l l i 7'll-e In t w o H I I 1 n i h l i v o r p i n s l n moili rnle c" in r l °" m l n u l L S or u n t i l Sfir Til S i v i n M l n l l l i Frostlni, ·n I t t r s n-id on loii nnil allies ilom li t v of c i S c i n n Minute rrofltlnE 2 t £ i r ^i|IU-i u n b e a t e n 1'/? eui H niif ir ' lab]' Hpcio-lH vv ilrr 1'j ten poonn ll^'ht corn flvrup 1 tf 1 ispoon v i n l l l a C inbini- crff w h i t o s i n ) ar. v alnr and corn H v r u i i in top ol tloublo boiler h n t l n K vuih rnnry u-B l i c n u r i i n l l l t h o r o u g h l y m l x i d PI w in r n|n Hy boiling vvnter bi vt i n n l i n t l y villi rriliiry i v.y h i i t c r nnd c »ok 7 nun u t c i o r u n t i l frcislin^ w i l l Hi m l In pi -ilei I'. mGM f r o m boihnir u Her Tilil v i n l l l a Trrl belt u n t i l Illicit rno i^-h to a f i r e nl Maid 3 cnoii|,o f r u H t m K lo ffi\ r tci[jl IIK! Hi'' s of t w o a i n c h layers i r lop nnd Hides of 8-cBx^-lnch cikc (poncrously) Many men invest in mortgages or bonds at 4 per cent, and yet think their advertising docs not pay unless they can see a hundred per cent return the next day. Worth More Than Th«l "A penny for your thoughts dear' "llnlie It S20. darling I was think ne of ft new hat. 1 Ground or Whole Grain There Ie ao advantage In grinding jr«ln for yonog calves according to eiperlments recently finished at Purdue nnlvernlty Ten caKes were ralMd to an age of »la months on wbole grain and ten more were fed on ground frraJnJ of the ume kind. At the end of the erperlment one lot had gained Jon about the lime amount is the other. The calves on ffronfliJ grain. ate more tbao the others, but did not make correspondingly greater gila-- Pnlrl* runwr. N O T K E OF nil-' V P I ' O I N T M E N F Or u)Misisrn\TOi{ State- of Iowa UlT-k ilawkCountl, si Probate No I D M ' l Notice, is II'rt|j Given, that the- undcrsiirncd has hccn rlulv ippoinlcd anil q u j l i f i ' d J- Administrator of the estate of hdward F Parks ikccascil, lai« of Black Hawk Count;, All persons indebted to sail] estate arc re quested to make immediate payment, and those havfinp; claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undtrsiBiicd for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. ROY E. ASHLEY, Administrator., La Porte City, Iowa W. M. Blough, Attorney. Dated December 28th., 1933. Ways With Corn ..... .1 i.. u T n r l ei. i . I n I ' l k l f ,r boll T l ' 0 T UBP.r, arc u i v s ind w \, t cook corn [or *hilc It If .is lasly -i vegetable, .n thTi la to (at bv Itself U also c o m b i n e , ·well with nlhrr fowls l l f r c Is a corn recipe for mslancc Ih it h-s an u n u ml .arlcl of In^rcdl' nw and a taste tint li worthy of 111' jln' »t ? n rich rookery Srallop'rf Corn Celery mil Olii" I'-"" on|1 cup jt 'lictd ' ce]cr for five mlnutci. and tl en drain I.- Put nltcrriatc InyorK of whole Xernfcl corn from n i f t l £ ounce can the celery nnd chopped ripe olives (you will neei) ft iH'ir- ter of a cup ol thene) In a hiklni; dlih. nprlnkllnffwllli three founhfl leanpoon nail and n few crfllns of pepper Dot top with two tahlr npoons butler, pour over l-\n L'.ilrds cup milk and cover with hull B cup of buuortd cruniha 1 o n- i ir i r i l l l Try This Omelet c or?, riinfii-! ·sT-ir-ito sK cr;:'' ind i il ' i l l un il flick nil u.li!|i-s i i n i i l s i i f Add si\ ta ilc sr')on^ l i f t vv.iKr three f m i r l h i t^. fc spnon H and one third tc.i p *on ]«^i ,) r fo the M»ll"* and til"]] fr,ll| ,n ' h P WllHI-s Add UlO cun tuts nf ill S-Qiincc car ot torn and P'"ir I n t o - 1 u'lc cd hot ikil- Ict r ' : cr lain iivo nnllf- OTILS f ook slo-vvlv u n t i l VOVMI on tl-e hotlom t h e n )lir in n niodTa'c 0'en 'a') dein ·-, until firm and to,) il.'cil nf 1 ",'l over nil ti.rn "i o i b n ! -li ^' i XT nlshc'l i-'lili Mr u'r'r' -ind next SPAPFRf SPAPFRf

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