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ublic of des- 6 g 4 ys; 2 rling fresh 29, 1925. THEATRE SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 "The Town That forgot 6od" by Harry M]llarde who ,aged "Over The ! lib most tense dramatic story of American small wn e ever portrayed. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 Laura La Plante ' IN--  "'The Dangerous Blonde"I Knockout of Fun/tad Thrills WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 Tom Mix "'ladies to Board" his best in one that is different. Admission 10c and 25c AYS fail to be here on one of the tot]owing days, Saturday and Monday face of higher prices, we offer the follow- at these very low prices. Some of this is listed at be4ow wholesale prices today a limited amount, so come early. flour, $2.30 ... o ................... . .... flour, . good $2.40 $100 $1.00 $1.00 $L00 38c ..  ........ ..... , ...... o... o 35c the best, "/ 60c POund ...................... _.-;.. ' 29c o.  .................. . .... . 36, in., "2".. ........ : 20c 25c e* dark oluing, 27 in., coats, leather coats, flanngl sh;rts, sweat- ' aeons oH move I//U men's, boys' Women's, girls' shoes and Oxfords. COME EARLY LONE TREE R]PORTER, LONE TREE, IOWA t E. L. McROBERTS, Mgr, Lone Tree, Iowa Read all the ads in his issue of the V. H. Younkin was a passenger to Reporter. They will interest yot Iowa City on Friday of last week. Don't forget William Kaalberg's Morton's. Special prepared meat closing out sale to be held Feb. 4th.-- salt at the Farmer's Union Exeh',nge. Adv. --Adv. ! Ray Norris is moving from Nichols[ Many from hre attended the aato- to the farm which was recently va- mobile show in Iowa City last Friday and Saturday. Miss Frances Ashton spent the week-end in Iowa City where she visit- ed with friends. Mrs. Hawthorne returned to Lone Tree Saturday after a visit in Musca- tine with her sister. Raymond Guernsey wa a Riverside business visitor on Sltrday of la:.t "'eek. We printed some neat wedding an- nouncements for Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter F. Elder last week. cated by Mrs. Hendricks. Ellen Benson was a passenger to Iowa City on Saturday morning of last week. Buy Morton's special prepared meat salt, for sale by Lone Tree Farmers Union Exchange:--Adv. Gilbert Peterson will hold a closing out sale soon. His sale ad will ar pear in our next issue. Mr. and Mrs. VCm. Jehle spent Fri- day afternoon of last week in Muses- fine, having driven over by car that day. I We have in stock, the famous Eric Peterson has been assisting [Morton's special prepared meat salt. Lacey Brinkmeyer with his farm work 1 Buy it here.Farmers Union Exchange. since before the sale which was held a [--Adv. ! few weeks ago. 1 Most everyone is now getting over Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crawford were vaccinatmns, but there have been a over from West Liberty last Thur-lot of sick ones during the pst twO) day afternoon to attend the funeral weeks. services of Mrs. John Brinkmeyer. Spring hats have already made their appearance on the female ele- I ment in Lone Tree, Who says that Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson of near Downey came down to attend the fun- eral service of Mrs. Brinkmeyer on Thursday of last week. Mr. James Lukavsky has leased his farm to Mr. Johnson. who has been r- sding on the McFadden farm during the past year. Mr. Johnson and family formerly resided near Kalona. Conductor Dailey sent Thursday night of last week in Aellman whore he assisted in the raising of |he VCeH- man denot aent, to the sublime de- gree of a Master iiasn. He was back on the job the next day. however,. A special meeting of the Masonic Lodge was called on Thursday eve- b 'ni of last week and work in the sac- end degree was given. Afair attend- ance was present. Mr. and Mrs. William Harnev re- t turned Friday morning to their home 4 t in Oxfordafter havin spent several 4 t days at the hnme of their daughter, t 'Mrs. James Bell and family. *. Mrs. Plum is said to he getting / . , along well in her Iowa City home md , it . hoped, that she will soon ba able tt - uu and around. B.II, Brown is f!ill caring for her hero. , , The Chamber of Commerce of Iow. , City is making plans for their annual , [spring opening. Last year it was such a success that it will be duplicated i this year with the hope of making it  bigger and better than ever. There have been plenty of farm sales in the community during the ' ltresent season and anyone who wishes to purchase farm machinery or f,rm stock will have plenty of oppor- o il/unity" i , Frank Kline Jr. was laid on the g :,;:--ai section crew to- a few days oi , !:.s. week lth a lame back. He hurt ; while orking on Thursday of last ] v.zek and it was necessary for him to i.he the rest Of ttxo wel off to re- (]abe Simmons, who has been ent- e nced to die for the alleged murder (f Orion Fergeson, writes from Fort Madison that he has confessed ChrisV, and believes that everything is right between him and his God. He should have done this sooner; it might have , saved his neck. . Tankage Just Arrived ,,', We have just received a car of Kentucky '' Block coal and are ready to till your needs. ,,, We also have a car of Armours Tankage *"' and will sell it right. ,, If in need of either of the above items call '* us. LONE TREE FARMERS UNiO00 EXCHANGE . F. ROBERTS, Manager. : our ladies are not right up to snuff? I Mrs. Waiter F. Elder came over i ""'oO'-'-o'-o ''0 0  ''O',-O-O--O'-O'IV from Nichols Friday to spend the day t \\; with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank: Menzer. I  %%%%%%% ; Quite a number of localities have I een hotd4ng institutas during the r)ast few weeks but we haven't seen any that offered better prizes than were offered right here in Lone TL. Mrs. VflHam Rece came over fror } Kalona Friday evemng and visited ,,iti her husb:ud here over taturday. Mr. Reece is local l-no:nan for the Iowa Electric c om0any. The Charles Gaeta home has been naced under quarantine for Scarle* fever, young Joe being the one afflict- ed. Although he is not very ill, it is necessary for him to be kept shut in for the required length of time. Glee Evans came out from Chicaga last eek to attend the funeral serv- ices of Mrs. John Brinkmeyer. He nent several days here with relatives and old friends  before .returhing home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Elder re- turned on Ved.nesday of ast week to their home after a honeymoon trip spent in varto.s harts of Iowa. A1- -ugh their pIans for the future are not definite, they will likely reside in sr near Nichols. Will Mincer was over from River- side Friday and whiie here stopped at *he Relorter office and set his Re. porter s.bscription ahead for another -ar. We bad a nice visit with him ,bile here and appreciate his calling at this office. Mrs. Horace Kiotz re,uTnod Monday ,utrning to her home in Wst Lilmriy after having spent several days here with Mrs. Tom Crawford-.and with other relatives. :Mr. Klotz and she- drove over for the funeral of Mrs. qrnkmever last Thursdav, Mrs. Klntz -amaining for a longer time while Mr. totz returned to his home in our neighboring city. Mrs. Blanch Stonebarger and Irs. Mac Halligan were the winners plebe automibfle con*est in Lone Tree and the,, represented thi end o the connLy at the automobile sho in Mrs. Stephen Schuessler won a iiow a City last week. We guess they t few prizes at the Johnson. are as good as any lady ,Iriv,rs i County Institute which was held in around and we. are glad to see them the county seat last week. According win the honr.. to the Press-Citizen, she won second Readers of various daily papers [' place on a home made hat, coved which for several years contained tbe [ with silk or other cloth, second in [ comic strip, "Doings of the Duffs" wilt [ crocheted rug and second on home learn with pleasure that although Mr. made butter. V. R. Allman, the originator, will I They say that Fifth Avenue New mver again draw a line, Mr. W. O, [ York will this year be an array of Fitzgerald of Detroit has made an in- ten se study of it for the past many ,-oaks and has taken it up right wher9 Alman left it. And now the Duffs ar  appearing in the Muscatine Journal[ apd in other daily papers and the.s-[ ands of reatiers are again reading their humorous lines. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beatch will move soon to the Rasche house now oecunied bY/ Mr, -ad" Mrs. Howard nvder: the  Snvds. we understand, ay move into the Ben Jehle hou;;e in be east nd (f town and the Jehle -,?v will aain occupy the old .TrMe home on DeVoe street, )etv,een the -..o ;P.d th bnckrit.h hoo. This  of their garage and service ,,,n. tin v:-k. Vq- , o tald that "" D-vas and Mss Zqwr wl ,,,,- r,,nv a nt or ,he a, se vaoated L' ha ttt-,h fo-iv while be Joe ParI. vrk f,,Ir**ly -:fit fkg eha,ge of he hua which they colors on a Sunday afternoon the Pke of which will be found only in I i the rainbow. The cars will be of , various shades and hues and tle lain blaok body will be left way back in the shade. The brighter the color. the more stylish the car this year and every factory is using aq the differ- nt kinds of paints ssible to make their cars as attractive as any other. A couple of fellows who gave their ' homes as Iowa City ot in bad in fmtg.r tCanids a we@k or more sea 'hen their ear coll|d.d with another ad was ne'io,slv damaffed. A sauntl of Hooteh attracted the. attention of the publi avd it took littl9 enmtna- Ion *a diuo,vr bat thor w(re what t Jst what (iisn;;tin was mad. of t%rq o. do pn* knw. but we i.,:n t t' v -re given a ne, if not a jail sRtence. ! To keep our patrons so well served, so fully satisfied that they will come again nd again--is the policy of this bank. The friendl); relationship existing etween our custonrers and this bank is evidenced by their steady increase in number. We solict your patronage. Head.lights or TaiMights The program of aI, community s ways dependent upon the progress business lmuses, and the progress of its business firals is always pdent upon the loyalty and patronage of its people. Wlien the ears of this headed away from our town--the tlow of their taillights may look pretty to an artist but they mean danger or this community. Iuy at home--braN at homeand let's all enjoy tle flash of headlights coming in- l, our town regularly- the bright lights that bespeak progress and better business ['lr el.