You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Moville Mail (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Moville, Iowa THE MOVI xxxn DECEMBER 1918 17 Guard Against Disappoint ment You cant afford to buy a phonograph until youve heard the new the latest and You should know all about the Brunswick Method of Reproduction the improvements it This Method includes the famous a new and better allrecord All of whatever are now played at their Hear The Brunswick The Store 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 Sioux Goodyear and KellySpringfield Motor Service THE TLU AND JACK FROST are the greatest enemies which the public has to guard against If you have your feet properly clothed there is no need to worry about Jack and when you have 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 shoes 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 Shoes The Harlow which has the record for the best dress shoe men and Shoe repairing in Also do small repairing free on shoes bought Call and get a 1919 MILLER CITY SHOE STORE THE MYSTERY PLANE Susan Foster Has Piece of Canvas from Plane Shot Down on Western Front John who is in the Aerial Service in lias cut to Susan of Mo ille piece of canvas taken rom an airplane brought down on the astern The plane is called The Mystery Plane and the follow ng description of It was enclosed vlth the canvas Shot down by an American cook vlth a German captured machine nun nd also by American Infantrymen with Hit over 000 A very young German pilot with no ank Indicated on bis He wore the German boots made in gloves made in German steel His two forward machine guns were f American evidently captured from an American His ammunition per haps acquired in the name The design of the plane was entirely dltlnrcnt from any known to have been mafic by either the Germans or the The linen of the plane was English the 11 had the Insignia of the C painted on its wing tips and flew around the Americans without be opened up on the troops with his machine Whether he had orders to tight li this manner or not U not The pilot was hit 21 times and dead when the plane All of tlit on the plane had UMHI freshly They evidently had no blue paint for the ring of tin they UHCI Tho bulkt hole In the canvas IH marked with a marksmans N JO AN OF ARCS CHATEAU Movlllc Soldier Visited Historic Home of The Maid of Orleans and Sends Ivy froiii Walls HOOVER WINS PRIZE Was 1918 Champion Baby Heel Pcd by Keith Knuppof West Plymouth County Herbert grade Shorthorn baby won tho hojV baby tiftf club championship for To hin Keith WeitU Ilymoutli fid Murbtrt Hoovor 302 He wnltfhcd IxiundH whon he went into tho food ami 1117 pounds when tlio content baviriK HU7 or ixiundH a Tim content IH conducted by tho agricultural exten sion department of Iowa Htato college In cooperation with the Iowa Ileef 1roduoern Young Kuapp fad prize uteer worth of 11 in Initial coat wan tho total coat wai After taking alxlh place in tho baby beef claim at the Interittata Fair at Sioux tho Bteer iiold U Ar mour for a The animal weighed 1100 poundn at the iiale and brought The profit on him was I named my calf Herbart Hoov to him one would tiot think that he was btroug for food young in lulling how he won the Herbert Hoover did well from He would not eat any patent preferring juut al falfa 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 1 did not turn him on paitture all this but kept him on dry feed III the I kept him in a darkened suit during the day and gave him the run of a dry yard at I aUo kept him blanketed while the fly season atlu Knapp will receive the tropby given by Cawady Bon of Walnut Kidge Stock farm for making the record in the In addition be will given prise tor having made the beat record with a con tributed by the American Shorthorn Becond honors In the atate content go to Dale Taylor1 of Barnes Poweacbiek He also wins the prize offered by the American Aber Tom Evans of Molues won third prize with a Hereford and a prUe offered by the American Here ford Breeders John the ollowing letter to the Graham family nder date of We have been In Franco about a month and It seems a About a week ago we left the place whre we untied atirl wont to and rom there we marched to a Ustanee of eighteen I stood he trip like a soldier and am feeling Ine at all We arc getting 2r the front and the call for us to eavo may come at any We have been on the rifle llr ng in the same manner as wo would n the tVencbes and wearing helmets and gas Everything is done on the double and we OMpt busy rom reveille to I stopped writing hero to Join a bunch of that was goluK to visit of Arcs It Is Just two miles from this town and I Just learned of It We spent a very pleasant two hours The cha teau and chapel arc whore Joan spout the last few prior to being cap tured by the I the altar where she last worshipped sat In the chair In which oat arid was In tho choir hall where she sang tho chants of her After passing through the chapel we went through the It Is a beautiful edifice of medieval tkMgn furnished with rare old Many line paintings grace Its walls and the Moor Is composed of llnelythc rated wjuarcs that siem like j 1 was In her bedroom and even on j the bod where xhe Old coats of mail and old Kpoarn aud and French Includj the one carried when i tin French to on 1 filt like Uklng a but the privilege of seeing such things too Important to The only rullrs 1 took wero those nature From the cluster of vluei climbing up the sides of tho chateau I picked a few which 1 am Minding to Judging from what the liufc it wont lie long until th war U EIRINBERG SPECIALS FRIDAY AND 67 Mustard in pint jars at 15c a jar Virginia Sweet Pancake Flour 35c pkg Cut Green String Beans 2 cans for 35c Jello Powder just as good as Jello all 3 packages for 25c Pinto Beans at per pound lOc We also handle the following brands of Pancake Flour First Aunt Diamond We also have a full line of Fresh Fruits Grape Cran Everything thats good to Virginia They are Sweet all good and SAXOPHONE SIX PLEASES Hirst Number of Lyceum Course Was lloyond 1xpcctutlons Tho prevalence of pre1 vented many from hearing the Sam phone Sextette In the opening numi her of the Lyceum course at the Con gregational church Thanksgiving There wan a fair notwithstanding and the general dlut wan that the concert surpassed anything ever heard The pro gram wan varied and encores were re sponded to with Tho program Included Orpbeun overture by the orchestra The Chor us by the saxophone MixUUte two vocal Ah Lne llut a and Plantation by Pearle contralto saxophone trio from Praise Ye phone with saxophone accompaniment Uance of Hours from liloconda by the orchestra The Mill In the a descriptive muiiUr Introducing the grliuttiig of the old mill and birds at the brook at early The popular Hextette from Lucia was one of the Lieut re ceived Viola d a Itnh century Instrument of li strings and held under I he chlit a violin was played b Slolwr this said U be the only Instruiuautof Us kind In the United Stales The singing of was much Her voice is rich and mellow and her enunciation TUe program concluded by the orchestra playing an American I EIRJNBEKG I WHERE YOUR DOLLARS GO THE FARTHEST J CLOSING OUT As I intend to quit farming I will sell at public auction on the old Mike Mulvaney 1 mile south and 1 mile cast of com mencing nt 10 on DECEMBER 18 8 HEAD OF HORSES 8 Team of buy geldings aged 7 and 0 team of black geld ings oged 6 and 9 gray mare aged 7 sorrel horse aged 10 brown mare aged 7 weanling colt 48 HEAD OF CATTLE 48 12 twoyearold 6 7 yearling 4 yearling 6 Shorthorn bull 75 Head Yearling Tamworth Boar Grain 2 dozen Rhode Island Red 6 dozen White Leghorn qhick 80 tons of alfalfa 2300 bushels of corn in crib Wants Diseased Plants for Show If you know of a small cedar tree with good specimens of apple rust on send It In to the extension plant pathologist of Iowa Bute col lege A at He Is looking for 4 good one for his exhibit of plant diseases that be will have at the Mid West Horticultural Exposition at Any FARM McCormick Peoria grain John Deens Stag gang stirring Robinson manure John Deure corn planter and 120 rods steel 2 riding 2 walking 3 lumber hay rack and pair hay Iowa cream 4 sets work kitchen washing machine 2 iron bedsteads TERMS 12 months on approved notes at 8 per Free Des December farmer having samples of apples might send them in to him at He expects to make bin exhibit mainly along diseases of hor ticultural aod troclt crop On LAWTON HOYS CAUH WINNER Sergeant Bluff Hoy Wins in Acre Corn Urowinir Contest The Calf Feeding which j was curried on In Woodhury county J under the of the Farm Buj reau in cooperation with the slpi Department at just been decided and Lewis of j is the lie made a net profit of ontiU calf which j be fed for practically ton Ills avenge daily for this period was j per The total cost of feed for this period The Winner in the Corn Grow ing contest is Lynn of Ser geant who grew M 11 bushels of dry corn en bla Both of thaw toys draw a trip to International Livestock show a LEW Auctioneer Rock Clerk Vlalt KjwJaniTiftiaf Hachiije ttti BAKERY GOODS The use of substitutes is no longer All our products are now made of wheat BreadlOc and 15c CookieslOc per i5c Rolls and Buns15c a A variety oi Cakea on hand or made to SEIFFERTS BAKERY PUBLIC SALE If you want a get it soon as my book is filling up rapidly Yours for Honest Service Iowa SQUARE MEAL on short order caq be had at Niagara Caj 1 emperance Bread in every Ingla our Km MOVHLUS
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.