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Moville Mail (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Moville, Iowa MAIL XXXII DECEMBER 5, 1918 Guard Against Disappointment You can't afford to buy a phonograph until you've heard the new the latest and You should know all about the Brunswick Method of improvements it This Method includes the famous a new and better All of whatever are now played at their Hear The Brunswick The Storo Conaway Stolley When in need of a new Ford try THE HONEY COMB A Perfect Radiator for all I can fit you out now with United Sioux Goodyear and Motor Service Co. THE AND JACK FROST are the greatest enemies which the public has to guard again st If you have your feet properly clothed there is no need to worry about Jack and when you have Mr. Frost shut out you have lessened the danger of the Every person owes it himself to have warm shoes for the We have shoes for every member of the and dress also slippers in leather and A pair of our Overshoes put on over any pair shoes we sell concludes the We handle the best lines of Mayer Dry Sox The Harlow which has the record for the dress shoe men and Shoe repairing in Also do small repairing free on shoes bought Call and get a 1919 Hi Ai MILLER CITY SHOE STORE IOWA MYSTERY Mrs. Susan A. Foster Has Piece of Canvas from Plane Shot Down on Western Front IN JOAN OF CHATEAU Soldier Visited Historic Home of The Maid of Orleans and Sends Ivy Walls Lieut. John A. who Is in the V. S. Aerial Service in lias sent to Mrs. Susan A. of piece of canvas taken from an airplane brought down on the western The plane Is called The Mystery and the description of It was enclosed with the Shot down by an American cook with a German captured machine nun ind also by American infantrymen with Hit over GOO very young German pilot with no rank indicated on his He the German boots made in gloves made German steel His two forward machine guns were of American evidently captured from an American Ills ammunition was perhaps acquired in the name The design of the plane was entirely from any known to have been made by either the Germans or the The linen of the plane was the It had the insignia of the A. M. C. painted on its wing tips and flew around the Americans without he opened up on the troops with his machine Whether lie had orders to fight In this manner or not 1b not The pilot was hit 21 times and was dead when the plane All of the paint on the plane had Iwen freshly They evidently had no blue paint for the ring of the they bole In the canvas W marked with a WINS PRIZE Wits 1918 Champion Heel Fed by Keith Plymouth County grade Shorthorn baby won the HUH baby beef dub championship for To bin Plymouth fed 302 He whon he went Into tho food lot and 1117 pounds when tho coulent having gained or a Tho content conducted by tho agricultural extension department of Iowa college in co-operation with the Iowa Beef Young Kuapp fed prize steer worth of initial cost was so tho total wai After taking sixth place in the baby beet claim at the Fair at Sioux wti Hold to Armour & Co. for 123.00 a The animal weighed 1100 pounds at the sate and brought The profit on him was named my calf to aee him one would tiot think that he was for food young in telling how he won the Hoover did well from the He would not eat any patent preferring juut alfalfa and I weaned him in March and from then I fed him all the grain lie would clean up and kept alfalfa hay before him all the i did not turn him on pasture all this hut kept him on dry feed the I kept him in a darkened null during the day and gave him the run of a dry yard at I also kept him blanketed while tite fly season wan atiu Knapp will receive the trophy given by Cassady & Son of. Walnut Hidge Stock farm for making the record in the In addition he will given a prise tor having made the beat record with a contributed by the American Shorthorn Second in the state contest go to Dale Taylor of Barnes He also wins tha prize offered by the American Aberdeen-Angus Tom Evans of Ues won third prize with a Hereford and a prize offered by the American Here ford Sergeant John J. the following letter to the family under date of November We have been In Franco about a month and it seems a About a week ago we left the place where we landed went to St. Agnes and from there we marched to a distance of eighteen I stood the trip like a soldier and am feeling line at all Wc aro getting nearer the front and the call for us to leave may come at any We have on tho rifle firing in the same manner as wo would In the trenches and wearing helmets and gas Everything is done on the double and wo Sept busy from reveille to I stopped writing hero to Join a bunch of soldiers that was going to of It Is Just two miles from this town and I Just of It We spent a two The a u and chapel are whore Joan spent the last few days prior to being captured by tho I saw the altar where she last In the chair In which she sat was in tho choir hall where she sang the chants of her passing through the chapel wo went through the It Is a beautiful edifice of medieval design furnished with rare old Many line paintings grace its walls and the Is composed of squares that seem like 1 was In her bedroom and even sat on j the bed where Old rusty coats of mail and old and and French bid lug the one carried when she led the French to on the 1 felt like taking a but the privilege of seeing such things was too Important to The only relh s i took were those nature From the cluster of climbing up the sides of the chateau I picked a few which I am sending to Judging from what the papers huie It won't lie long until the war Is H. EIRINBERG CO. SPECIALS I FRIDAY AND DEC. 6-7 Mustard in pint jars at 15c a jar Virginia Sweet Pancake Flour 35c pkg Cut Green String Beans 2 cans for 35c Jello Powder as good as all 3 packages for 25c Pinto Beans at per pound 10c We also handle the following brands of Pancake First Aunt Diamond S. We also have a full line of Fresh Grape Everything that's good to Virginia They are Sweet all good and H. EIRINBERG j YOUR DOLLARS GO THE SAXOPHONE SIX First Number of Lyceum Course Was Beyond Tho prevalence of prevented many from bearing the Saxophone Sextette In the opening number of the Lyceum course at the Congregational church Thanksgiving There was a fair notwithstanding and the general was that the concert surpassed anything ever heard The program was varied and encores were responded to with The program included Orpheus overture by the The Chorus by the saxophone two j vocal Hut a and Plantation by Mrs. trio from phone with of Hours from by the The in the u descriptive number introducing the grinding of the old l mill and birds at the brook at The ever popular from Lucia was one of the beat Viola d' a century instrument of li and held under I he chin as a was played it. this Is said j to be the only of lu In the United The singing of j Mrs. Hughes was much Her I voice Is rich and mellow and her j enunciation The program concluded by the orchestra playing ] an American CLOSING OUT As I intend to quit farming I will sell at public auction on the old Mike Mulvaney 1 mile south und 1 mile oast of commencing at 10 a. m. on DECEMBER 10. 8 HEAD OF HORSES 8 Team of bay geldings aged 7 and 9 wt. 2Q00, team of black geldings aged 6 and 9 wt. 2850, gray mare aged 7 wt. 1350, sorrel horse aged 10 wt. 1350, brown mare aged 7 wt. 1300, weanling colt 48 HEAD OF CATTLE 48 12 two-year-old b 7 yearling 4 yearling 6 Shorthorn bull 75 Head Yearling Tamworth Boar Grain 2 dozen Rhode Island Red 6 dozen White Leghorn 80 tons of alfalfa 2300 bushels of corn in crib LAWTON HOY'S CALF WINNER j FARM ETC. McCormick 5-ft. Peoria 44-ft. grain John Deens 14-in. Stag gang 16-in. stirring Robinson manure John Deure corn planter and 120 rods 4-sec. steel 2 riding 2 walking 3 lumber hay rack and pair hay Iowa cream 4 sets work kitchen washing machine 2 iron bedsteads 12 months on approved notes at 8 per Free Sergeant Bluff Hoy Wins in Corn Growing Contest Diseased Plants for Show If you know of a small cedar tree with good specimens of apple rust galls on send it In to the extension plant pathologist of Iowa State college at Ames at He Is looking for a good one for his exhibit of plant diseases that be will have at the Mid West Horticultural Exposition at Des December 10-13. Any farmer having samples of diseased apples might send them in to Mm at lie expects to pake bis exhibit mainly along diseases of and crop Oa of floor Of HM 4eN�4 The Calf Feeding which j was carried on in Woodbury county j under the auspices gf the Farm j reau In co-operation with the Department at has just been decided Lewis of is the He made a net profit of calf winch be fed for practically ten His average dally for this period was 2.20 pounds per The total cost of feed for this period was The Winner in the Acre Corn Growing contest is Lynn of Sergeant who grew W U bushels of dry corn en his Both of boys drew a trip to Livestock show as a LEW i A. A. Auctioneer W. H. Rock Clerk | Visit on tont of anil BAKERY GOODS The use of substitutes is no longer All our products are now made of wheat and ISc per Rolls and a A variety of Cakes on hand or made to BAKERY PUBLIC SALE If you want a get it as my book is filling up rapidly Yours for Honest Service Iowa A GOOI SQUARE MEAL on short order caq be had at ' Niagara Caj 1 in f th login our Frail L. Mm
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