MAY U, 1936 tarpsbur* ght of Hamburg spent (week here visiting his Mrs. O. Dahlgren and ott of Knoxville spent Wednesday here with Jessie Underwood went td Friday on business. d Mrs. D. R. Moser and Mrs. Alice Campain, Nodaway Thursday to ie funeral of one of his ibors. d Mrs. Ira Pfander of ckton spent Tuesday of i here visiting relatives. Cochrane's barn o the ground Friday out eleven o'clock. The pendable Service AT [core's ALWAYS your laundry to bd see how de- Sable the service [y is! Every bun- cashed individu-f -fine linens given handling. Laundry ire's lays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Dey Ermand, Agent Telephone 96 UMiltlMMUlP original cause was unknown. Art Sturms, a neighbor, and William noticed the blaze about the same time and rushed to the scene in time to save some calves. The rest of the contents in the barn were burned. The loss was partly covered by insurance. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met at the homes of Mrs. D. S. and D. A. Pennebaker Thursday afternoon. Quite a nice crowd were In attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Shum spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Boyden spent Sunday afternoon with her parents. Her father is quite . Mrs. Carrie Purney spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Trost. Russell McArthur and Everett Clarke sawed wood for Will Davis, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Isher and children came Friday to spend a few days here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will McKay. Dr. and Mrs. Everett Pennebaker and children of Lenox spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Pennebaker. Max Griffith, who is attending college at Maryville, spent over the week end here with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campain and Marilyn spent Saturday night and Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Campain. Sharpsburg School Notes The Junior-Senior Banquet will be held in the Presbyterian church basement Saturday evening, May 16, at 6:00 o'clock. The Baccalai will be delivered class of 1936 by chinson at th( church Sunday e at 8:00 p.m. A mixed prog Senior Class Nif play by the 8th grade graduatior sented at the church Thursday 21, at 8:00 p.m. The school ye high school com Friday evening, ] Methodist ch'urcl Rev. Robert Bos! will deliver the a There are 8 rr high school grs this year: Loie B lette, Esther Har Hegwood, Opal Hi Billy Lewellen, C Pupils making spelling last wee Grade, 1, W£ Dean McMahill. Grade 2, Dorotl Grade 3, PhyllL ilyn Pennebaker. Grade 4, Mary Ruby Fickess, Ha Grade 8, Alice red Pennebaker. The Senior cla sponsor spent th culrsion Day in Among the plac visited were the the pennitentiary Nebraska, the Bej and Miller and factory. They a dinner in Anteloi Because of a Fred Spohr, 84, c had to have the doctor for the fii life. THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA sermon Presbyterian including Presbyterian closes with graduating class Huber, and their places of interest Paine Candy minor illness, IEL MAKERS say—"Ford buys the best el." Other suppliers of materials and rts will tell you—"Nobody checks up as igely on quality and price as Ford." This means a great deal to you as a 'torist. It is our way of safeguarding the terests of every purchaser and it leads to is—"The mechanical depreciation on a ord is less than most cars, especially after e first year." This is one sign of the extra value in the ord V-8. Accuracy in manufacturing is lother. (The Ford is made to unusually ose precision limits.) And there is a long it of fine-car features that are exclusive jjfa Ford in the popular field. Have you a V- 8 engine in your car ? You iy $1645 for it in any other car but Ford. Does your car have Center-Poise Riding? Ford gives you this modern feature—"a front-seat ride for back-seat passengers." Does your car have fool-proof Super- Safety Mechanic^lJBrakes? The Ford V-8 gives you this proved design, with 186 square inches of braking surface. Does your car have a genuine steel body structure? Does it have Safety Glass all around? Ford is the only low-price car that gives you this extra protection without extra cost. You get these fine-car features in the Ford V-8 because of Ford manufacturing methods and low-profit policy. t2S A MONTH, after usual dowm^ayment. buy* any model of the new Ford V-9 car—from any Ford dealer—anywhere in the United State*. Ask about the newUCC Vi% per month Finance />/«•«. FORD V-8 NEW CROP RESEARCH Of much interest to farmers is the recent announcement, that a new regional research laboratory is to be established at the college of agriculture, University of Illinois, for further investigation concerning the chemical qualities and the scientific cultivation of soybeans. The laboratory will be directed by Dr. O. E. May of the United States bureau of chemistry arid soil, and its work will be coordinated with that of the ex- WHAT OF HEALTH FADS? ) A check for $25 looked like The subject of how to live big money to John Wallace, long is always of Interest, which 104-year-old Indian of Char- perhaps accounts for the eager-1 lotte, N. C.; so big in fact, that ness of the average mortal to'he whote the welfare office to seize upon various methods. have his name taken off the re- which are recommended for lief rolls. promoting health and longevity, such as doing daily exercise to radio music and the like. However, there are many who are. skeptical regarding the real benefits of strenuous physical activity. One of these wrote a lettefr to the Cleveland Press, pointing out that Walter Camp, periment station of twelve co- famed athlete and originator of operating mid-western states.'the "dally dozen," died at 65, The need of this research Is felt because of the rapidly expanding use of soybeans for an ever increasing variety of purposes. As a government bulletin points-out, last year there were in the market for soybeans no less than 35 oil mills, as well as a number of cottonseed oil mills, 20 mills making food products, while he, the writer, had never taken any kind of exercise to speak of and was still in excellent health, although a great- grandfather. He added that "the longest-lived people are the physically lazy, but mentally alert." Commenting on the letter, William Feather, a well-known 4_ , t , __ , I** ***it**** * \s I* VA&WJ. • MP TV **** »k**W V* ** 15 making soybean flour, besides. edit declares that several 50 factories making paints, I years ago he adopted a vlgorous glues, varnishes, linoleum and other products, which were obtaining part of their raw materials from soybeans. President I. C. Bradley of the National Soybean Processors health program, including veg-' etarianism, cold baths and the daily dozen, with this result: "Acute indigestion led to the abandonment of vegetarianism on doctor's orders. Another Association recently said: "Thel doctor rec ommended discontin- industry is merely in its in-| uance of cold baths . The da ily fancy. To depict the tremendous possibilities sounds like sheer exaggeration or daydreaming. Yet it Is extremely important that visions of great possibilities do not veil the hazards and pitfalls to which a new industry is heir. Study, research and development of markets are essential. Our organization is expanding its activities with a view to aiding all other agencies in the drive to help production and new outlets." open up LOSS OF FARM MARKETS As the effects of recent agri- dozen are still pursued, but faith in them has been shaken by the untimely death of their inventor." Still, we may find many who swear by the health fads and feel that their lives have been saved thereby. As the proverb has it, "What is food for some is black poison to others." A watchdog belonging to Paul Robert of Colorado Springs, Colo., slept soundly while thieves looted his master's house, but when officers came to investigate he refused to allow them to enter. Tom Peach, in jail at Stockton, Mo., didn't have to stay long. He burned the bedding, destroyed fixtures, and was beating bricks out of the wall when the town, in desperation, freed him. Mrs. Andrew Jackson Robert- so(n, 39-year-old farm wife of Wallay Walla, Wash., recently gave birth to triplets, thus becoming the mother of 7 children in 33 months. Geo.F.Feazell VETERINARIAN PHONE 144J Layne Rooming House -.•Professional Cards:- Mnmiiniiiiiiumimiiiiiimiuuum GEO. L. GOOD ALE OPTOMETRIST Byes Examined Glasses Fitted GOODALE JEWELRY STORK Lenox, Iowa o. P. ARNOLD Funeral Director and Licensed Erobalmer Lenox, lowm J. H. BARBER Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer -"' Len»x, lowm ' JAMES R.LOCKE Attorney and .Counsellor at Law Fanners Sc Merchants Bank Bldf Bedford, Iowa General Practice in All Courts- State and Federal Special Attention Givwn : . ; . ; ,ito S^tlement of Estate* Prank Wisdom 6. J. Kirketeg Wisdom & Kirketeg LAWYERS Special attention given to settlement of'estates Bedford, Iowa Candidates Announce ROAD LIGHTING URGED Electric lighting of country highways to increase their efficiency, reduce accidents land aid night flying is urged in a proposal by Louis J. Brooks, cultural policies of the govern- Prominent Missouri farmer-and ment are being more widely' flrst president of the states studied and analyzed, it becomes evident that the farmers of the United States have lost a considerable portion of their former markets, both domestic and foreign, during the last two or three years. The extent of this loss may be more readily grasped by considering that agricultural products which should have been raised on 15 million acres of American land were limported into this country hi 1935. At the same time our exports of food crops were reduced almost to zero. According hard road association. The idea is said to have been For County Attorney FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the office of County Attorney for Taylor county, subject to the decision 'of the Republican voters at the primary election June 1, 1936. Your support will be appreciated. RALPH C. JONES, Lenox. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the office of County Attorney for Taylor to J. F. Walker, favorably received by Federal, County, Iowa, subject to the *. *„ „„,? «^,,^,tt, ^triVi-mQ-ir nf decision of the Democratic vot_ state and county hgihway of- erjs at the primary election June 1, 1936. Your support will be ficlals, many of whom feel that the lighting of roads is a logical forward step in highway development of the nation's highway system. Electrical engineers recom- appreciated. ROGER F. WARIN Bedford. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for the field representative of the Farmers' Independence Council of America in Illinois and Indiana, corn acreage in the corn belt states has decreased 13 million acres in the past five years. Yet we imported last year 20,427,000 bushels of corn. Vast quantities of wheat, meats, butter, lard and other food products were also imported. Farmers of the country lost their domestic market to the extent of these imports. They lost their foreign market to the extent of the reduction in exports. The reduction in crop production causfad unemployment on farms and a consequent addition to relief rolls estimated at fully one million persons. Farmers in foreign countries bene- fitted accordlnly. Surely the American farmer is entitled to his home market, and any policy of government placed at Intervals of 100 yards, which it is estimated would add five per cent to average cost of paved highways. Special legislation would be required to permit lighting to be included in expenditures for roads, It is said, but already three states, New York, New Jersey and Georgia, have laws authorizing such expenditures in the more populous counties. Detroit claims to have already 345 miles of lighted rural highways in its vicinity. It seems that road lighting would fit in admirably with the general program of rural electrification in many states. Taylor county, subject to the approval of the Republican voters at the Primary Election on June 1, 1936. GEORGE A. SCHOENMANN, Blockton ation for the office of Recorder of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the Primary election June 1, 1936. FLORENCE R. CONNOR. Bedford For Sheriff For County Auditor FOR AUDITOR I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Auditor of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican vot- jrs at the Primary Election M. L. Hayward of Chelsea, Vt., collects old automobiles as a hobby and puts them in running order. He now has 25 cars, the oldest a 1902 model. Police Chief Henry A. Klopfer of Fremont, O., reported for duty as usual on his eighty- second birthday. He has been on the force for 54 years. which denies him that market is short-sighted and detrimental to farm and urban population alike. >UR GUESTS.,. Ford Sunday Evening Hour, Columbia Network. Fred Waring and His Penn- wans on Tuesday nights (Columbia) and Friday nights (N.B.C.). See radio page for detail* ORDS ARE THE LEADING CAR IN LENOX AND TAYLOR CO. .There must be a reason DIXON MOTOR CO. YOUR DEALER FREE CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC The free Chiropractic Clinic advertised for Friday and Saturday of last week will be continued this week SATURDAY ONLY Consultation and free Neurocaloineter reading will be given each case. If you are not in perfect health this will be your chance to find out the cause. X-ray and Neurocalometer Service Dr E. R. Pennebaker CHIROPRACTOR Office X Block* Wett 9f Telephone Of«c*—Ph«w 114 June 1, 1936. THOS. L. KUHN, Bedford. For County Clerk FOR CLERK OF COURT I hereby announce that I will )e a candidate for the Repub- ican nomination for the office of Clerk of the District Court subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the Primary Election June 1, 1936. FRANK HERRIOTT, Bedford, Iowa. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candi- dldacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Sheriff of T,aylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the Primary Election to be held June 1, 1936. JOHN P. WALTER, Grove Township FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the office of Sheriff of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Democratic voters in the June Primary election. Monday, June 1, 1936. Your support will be appreciated. WALTER OREENWAY, Clayton Township FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Taylor county, la., subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primary election June 1, 1936. I will appreciate your support. BElTLONQ. Bedford, Iowa FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Sheriff of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the voters in the Primary Election to be held June 1, 1936. E. P. SIMPSON. Bedford For State Senator FOR STATE SENATOR To the Republican voters of Adams and Taylor Counties: I am a candidate for the Republican Nomination for the office of State Senator from the Sixth Senatorial District of Iowa which is composed of Adams and Taylor Counties, subject approval at the Primary Election on June 1st, 1936. O. J. KIRKETEG Bedford. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Sheriff of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the voters at the Primary election to be held June 1, 1936. Your support will be appreciated. CURTIS O. MELVIN,-. Benton Township FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce that I win: be a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Taylor county, subject to the will of the Democratic voters in the primary el- sup- For Recorder FOR RECORDER I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Recorder of Taylor county, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primary election June 1, 1936. Your support will be appreciated. PERRY O. CROUCH. Bedford, Iowa TOM V. LACY, Bedford For Supervisor FOR COUNTY RECORDER I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Recorder of Taylor county, subject to he decision of the Republican roters in the Primary Election ,o be held June 1, 1936. CHLOE H. WISDOM, Bedford. FOR RECORDER I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office^ of Recorder of Taylor county subject to the decision, of the Republican voters at the Primary Election June 1, 1936. H. E; NEVIN .... ... New Markef FOR RECORDER I hereby announce my candl dacy for the Republican nomjn FOR SUPERVISOR First District I hereby announce that I wttL be a candidate for the/ Republican nomination for the offie* of member of the board of supervisors of Taylor county, from District No. 1, subject to the decision of the voters hi the Primary election, June 1, 1936. C. E. OAINES. Lenox FOR SUPERVISOR First District I hereby announce that I will >e a candidate for the Repub- ican nomination for the office >f Supervisor of Taylor county rom the First District, subject o the decision of the Repubtt. can voters in the Primary Elec- ion June 1,1936. W. D. McCALLA, Jefferson Township. For County Treasurer FOR COUNT* TREASURER | hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination, for tb*. office of Treasurvr of Taylor Oninto, fubjeat to the decision of the Repu&Ufean voters In the Primary y*»f •*• . _~ — — 2^^R£«-. be held June 1, IWfl. jr. 1*. **• aqtr.
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