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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1921, Postville, Iowa Postville a live newspaper in a live town Twenty ninth year Postville Iowa thursday april 7, 1921 number 22 Stville 25 years ago. A Verestine items taken from the files of the Iowa vol Blatt of april 10, 1896. John c. Thoma left tuesday for he West. Jacob i Retif is very sick at ills ome with inf Leonsu. Charley Bay Lebb of Waukon wits a Ostillo Callor on monday. W. S. Webster and family arrived Omo from California on wednesday. Alma Meier has been chosen to each Trio Empire school this in ring. Or. And mrs. Fritz Meier report he arrival of a baby girl at their Omo on april 1. Ralph i Roscott editor of the Wiuf Kon Standard was a great at the parental Home Over sunday. John Schultz our efficient Street commissioner was reappointed by tie town Council on monday Niht. I. It. Hlub the Salesman at Luh Man & Sanders has returned to work after an illness of several on lined Friday Ribio Maria Sophia Meyer the youngest daughter of or. And mrs. John o. Meyer pass i away. Win. Knorr who has be a i i plot my at the we. I huh harness a hop left with his family for Lawler where be goes into business for himself. In the future the town Maiv in is to receive $50 per month. Tits May seem like a big salary hut. The marshal must be duly every Day until Midnight he must look after the Street lights net As my Hin hit at the pump House and insure u sum Dent Supply of water in the Reservoir and collect the water rent when line. The following business men advertise in this Issue of the Volks Blatt .1. K. Hughes & son butchers or. W. Cole dentist. Fred n. Reedy photographer. J. A. Havirland veterinarian. Joe Boucher Pabst Beer. Prof. Eastman music Tea her. Win. Lcuien Alnery. Hoy. Schroeder a co., hardware. John Thoma groceries. J. Ali inn drugs. Tom Shortreed Blacksmith. John b. Hart furniture John Crosby general store. V. V. Darling windmills has. Almonds bakery. Waters & Leo any hardware. Citizens state Bank Lames Gregg lumber. Ceo. W. Goetz lumber. Salzgeber bros., meat Market. To High Bridge across River. Auto fatality in Decorah. W. L. Perty died at the City Hospital last sunday morning As the result of an automobile Accident which occurred some hours earlier. A is Well known or. Perty who was a resident of Oelwein has spent most of Tho Winter in Deborah in preparation to investigate the possibilities of Oil in this Vicinity. He had reached the Point where to was endeavouring to finance Tho preliminary exploration of the territory and for the purpose of possibly bringing the matter to a head a conference was arranged to be hold at the Home of a. Leytze saturday evening. Beside or. Lotze and or. Perty Thero were present Robert Neugebaur an Oil Stock Salesman Edw. Shinto and r. C. Hjerreld. The conference lasted until somewhat after Midnight when one of the party proposed a ride and then a resumption of negotiations. With or. Shima driving they went East on water Street to Washington South to Vernon West to Winnebago and were returning to water Street when the car struck the cast part of the superstructure of the Winnebago Street Bridge. The a de be indicates the or must have been going at r. Terri Ftp Pace for it ran up the superstructure and put Way across the top before taming Over. To Are informed that parties returning Home from a dunce saw the i celent and with the assistance of neighbors who were called raised the car and found three of the men under it. One of them was or. Perty who was bleeding profusely. None of the Narty was unconscious though or. Perty was badly dazed. T is. Fritchen and Jewell were d and or. L taken taken to the Hospital where an examination disclosed that his Collar Bone was broken and be i s suffering from concussion of the brain and a slow Haemorrhage. Or. Shima s face was badly Cut and bruised and his upper jaw broken. It was necessary to put his face in a plaster cast and he is doing As Woll As would to expected. Or. Neugebaur sustained scratches on his face and a sprained wrist. Or. Leytze was bruised on one leg and Bis face scratched but or Hjerleid sustained Only slight bruises on one of Bis us publican. It town Council proceedings. The end of a perfect Day Orchard and poultry demonstration the Wisconsin state legislature in both Senate and Assembly have passed a Resolution asking Congress to i build and maintain a Bridge across the Mississippi River at Prairie do Chen. This Bridge would Connoll the trunk highways of both Tho states of Iowa and Wisconsin an. Form the connecting link for transcontinental travel for which millions of dollars Are being expended. Tho great father of Waters has been a Handicap to people travelling from cast to West again across Tho continent without devouring some sixty Miles. There 1b no Highway Bridge across the Mississippi River Between the City of Lacrosse and Dubuque a distance of one Hundred and Twenty Miles and Prairie do Chen is situated exactly Midway Between those two cities. Several Stato trunk highways converge hero and no. 19 continues across the state of Iowa and leads on out to Tho Pacific co. Press. Prairie do Chen would seem to be Tho most logical place on the up per Elvor for a High Bridge As this Point has almost from time immemorial been the principal crossing Point on the River both by boat and by rail. And As it is doubtless a mat Ter of but a few years at most when a Groat tract of land on the Iowa Shoro will be set apart As a National Park it would soom All the More desirable that a High Bridge to constructed across Tho Mississippi from Prairo do Chen to the Iowa Shore As it would be the natural Gateway to the great Park. By Ull to Abib let the new High Bridge be established across Tuo River at this Point to Oelwein shops closed again. An order was issued at Oelwein monday notifying employees of the Chicago great web torn shops that a Lay off would take effect on saturday april 2. Tho order effects the entire shop Force of about 1,400 men. It will be Regii Llod that this is the second Lay off within a month Tho entire Force wbb out for 10 Days beginning february 2b. Tho Layoff la caused the men allege be cause of their refusal to accept a 20 per cent wage out which Tho company wishes to put into effect but which was refused by the men last week. No trouble is expected but Ull indications Are that the men will not accept the reduction and that the cont any May Call in non Union labor to operate the shops rtt fights huge Snake in Well Roo Unterlag a big Snake at the Bottom of in eighty five foot Well and having a wrestle with the reptile when he attempted to place a rope about it to hoist it to Tho surface wbb Tho uncanny experience which John Adamson a yell do Igor of Hamburg Iowa had on a farm near there Adamson was first Puz bled by a nolo at the Bottom of the Well he put out his hand and encountered the Snake. He a Abseil Hub hand along the Snake s body from a tall to us head a let to mutter of ave feet and Whan a Fook hold of regular meeting of the town Council of the incorporated town of Postville Iowa held april 1, 1921 councilmen All present except j w. Campbell and a. C. Webster mayor Leo. W. Fay presiding. The following Bills of account Wei allowed and ordered paid general fund. A. L. Meier salary As mayor Leo. W. Fay. Salary As mayor Leo. W. Fuy attending Council meetings 10.00 27.00 2. T.00 w. Meier attending coun Ell meetings 15.00 h. Dannenbrink attend ing Council meetings id.00 Gilbert Sanders attending Council meetings g.00 William Shepherd salary As clerk 300.0 William Shepherd rent of Council room 72.00 ,. A. Bellows salary &c___100.2 e. H. Smith labor at sewer 13.02 Schanke & company interest funding Bonds 217.50 water works fund interstate Power company pumping 1000 k. W. I 80.00 ii. F. Hecker & sons labor supplies and lire engine storage 92.0 w. B. Durno Oxtra 20 it. Lead plop ditching and filling 19.25 ii. B. Roberts Oxtra 20 it. Lend Pipo ditching and filling 19.25 Hall Roberts estate extra 20 it. Lead pipe ditching and filling 19.25 life it fund. Interstate Power co., Light for streets 71.70 corporation county Road fund. W. L. Stockman labor Man and team 51.30 de Pottle labor s.75 on motion Council adjourned to 8 o clock p. M., april 4, 1921. William Shepherd town clerk. Leo. W. Fay mayor. To. Fire department election. Run a demonstrations were held the past week in Mendon and Clayton townships at the following places had a Leper Ferdinand these Robert Shevlot and f. J. Burkhart. The Orchard work includes the pruning of the Young Trees pruning of an old tree demonstrating obituary. Mrs. Ida e. Harris a. Harris and Daugh wedded fifty years. Wife of s. Ter of John n. And Susan Smith was born May 3 1s a in Post township Alla Makee county Iowa. She lived her entire life in this Community and died suddenly at the Homo of her daughter mrs. Ray f. Mcguire of Marshalltown. Sunday evening mar. 27, at ten o clock aged g i years 10 months and 24 Days. On wednesday of last week our Good friends or. And mrs. Hans Lurmon of Clermont celebrated their Golden wedding very happily in the dining Parlours of the West Clermont norwegian lutheran Church where close to one Hundred children grandchildren old friends and neighbors assembled to do Honor to this grand old couple who hand in Huml have travelled life s path on Soptei Ber 22 1s8r, she was Way together Tor ,1 half Century past United in marriage with Sampson a. Sharing alike in fortunes and Nils Harris. To this Union was born two daughters Lila Harris and mrs. Leone Mcguire of Marshalltown. Beside her husband and daughters fortunes. Joys and sorrows roses and thorns that have fallen to their lot As True partners should. They were married in Norway exactly 50 she eaves to mourn her loss her i Vears ago last wednesday but have aged Mother mrs. Susan Smith and a Ved by far the larger part of that sister mrs. Ira Smith of Postville and three grandchildren in Marshall town. She United with Tho Bethel ii. B. Church in Early womanhood and remained an Active member of same until about two years ago when she and her husband transferred their membership to the first congregational Church of Postville in which she was an Active member until her death. Mrs. Harris had not been in Good health for some time but in january underwent an operation from which she seemed to be recovering nicely. About a week ago she went to Marshalltown to visit her daughter. On easter morning she attended services at Tho m. E. Church and spent Tho remainder of the Day happily surrounded by her let to grandchildren. Later in the evening she was taken 111 and As Tho easter Day Drew to n close her spirit took its flight to its oteral Home. The remains were brought to Postville wednesday last on Friday afternoon at 2 30 o clock Tho Funer no was held from Tho Community Church in Post lilo Rev. J. A. Saat Hoff officiating. Interment in Tho Postville cemetery. Mrs. Harris was a woman of Many excellent characteristics who thru out a Long and useful life Drew about her an Over widening Circle of friends who will extend Tondereau sympathy in full measure to those bereft. To Postville school notes. Ottmo beneath the stars and stripes where by Thrift and Industry they have Laid by sufficiently of this world s goods to spend their declining years in Comfort. An elaborate Donnor was spread at noon and at eventide lunch was served while in Between was a social season that was most thoroughly enjoyed As were the greetings that came in by wire and mail from friends who wore unable to be present in person. As a Token of their Woll wishes the company presented or. And mrs. Larson with a purse of $50 in Gold. The Groom of that half Century old event is now 7 2 years of age and the Bride 75, yet both enjoy Good health and Are Ever glad of the Opportunity to Greet their friends and with these latter the Herald joins in the wish that these kindly people May be spared for yet a Long season to enjoy their Happy companionship and the Friendship of their friends. To los us banquet beaters. Obituary. Richard monally was born october 19, 1s3g, in county made Ireland twelve Miles from Dublin and died March 23 1921, at the Home of his daughter mrs. John Steele of Nashua where he and his wife Scro visiting. He earns to this country when boy. At the time of Tho civil War to enlisted and served his country with Honor for a period of three years. On his return from the War be was United in marriage with Melvina Rosaltha rounds and set tied Down to housekeeping on farm in Clayton county South of Luana. Which he owned prior to go ing to War and which place has been his Home continuously since. This Union was blessed with twelve cell Dren seven of whom survive mrs j. .1. Mcfaul Musselshell Mont mrs. James bunt. Armstrong Iowa Richard e. Mcnally Postville l. J. Mcnally on the old Homestead w. W. Monally Moffit. N. T mrs. John Steele Nashua Iowa m. J. Mcnally. Luann who with the wife Nineteen grandchildren and three great grand children mourn his loss. The funeral was held from St. Bridget s Catholic Church in this City on easter sunday morning after which the remains were taken to the Eno cemetery in Wiener township for burial. It to test teacher s contract Clayton co. Farm Bureau. Neighbourhood news. Four Duat Orchard and poultry chios of news gathered from the woodpile of our neighbors in this and other counties. Should be made also a talk on the time and manner of shaping Trees in pruning. This was followed by a talk on the spraying work including materials used preparation of spraying material Tho manner of Clair f. Limbeck was elected a councilman at Mcgregor. The Elkader fair will be held How the cuts i september 6, 7, 8 and 9. The senior class of Monona High school will present the lion and the Tho Farmers of the Vicinity of Clear Lake will erect a $30,000 co applying sprays sprayers and the operative elevator. Monday of last week the West Union legion boys cleared $144.55 on a supper they served. Time of putting on the four sprays. Tho second part of the demonstration was devoted to a lecture on the care and management of the poultry flock. This included the subject of the prohibition Glide is the latest Breeding a poultry flock housing dance. It is said to be a spirited feeding poultry diseases and in movement interspersed with hops sects and Tho work on poultry culling. The demonstrations were Given by Tho co. Agent. Much Interr est was shown in this work and All demonstrations Scro Well attended. Spra intr fruit Trees. During the season of 1920 the agricultural Extension department of the Iowa state College conducted spraying demonstrations on 1752 i and the rhythm is very intoxicating. An opera House association has been organized at West Union with a Dattal of $7,500, with which sum they will convert the rink building into an up Odate play House. Four Guttenberg boys aged about 15 years were last week taken to the state Industrial school at Eldo. ,. . A after having confessed to enter Trees in 19 Orchards in 16 counties in Robb a number of nomm or the state. This is about 25 acres d bualnpfl8 Toof Orchard. The results were As n t re Celt a follows the average sprayed tree product All Makee will be represented on de 0.25 bushels of fruit while the the grand jury in the Federal court average 1 uns prayed tree proo iced at Dubuque at the april term by Only 3.1 bushels. Of the 0.2 Bush f. L. Benman Harl Leas. Ernest Els on the average spi Ayed tree 4.10 Kiesau and a. I. Steffen of Waukon bushels were frs class fruit while m. L. Larklin harpers ferry h. B. Only .37 bushels of the total product Bollman Postville. Hon of the average uns prayed tree j Crabb of Independence former was frs class fruit. The average i. Of West un0n Laa perfected a Cost of spraying including labor team Auto Kat to is that notarial and appreciation on equip 8team can be made in the i 0,. In ment was 7 1 cents a tree. It is a Lxiv Becon in an i that the ear a it possible for Tho Iowa Farmers to trave 500 mlle8 on one Flung of produce clean fruit in every Orchard the five gallon water tank in the state by following three Sim ple rules first select the proper Spray material. Second Spray As directed by the Spray schedule. Third Spray thoroughly so that every a part of the tree is covered with a coat of the Spray material. Spray materials to use Are Lime Sulphur for fungus diseases sucking insects As Oyster Shell scale Etc. And Lead arsenate for All inserts the county capital was re elected by the Deborah Stone product co. In the name of a new company just organized at Deborah with a capital of $15,000. They will furnish Rock for Road work and sell the dust for land fertilizer. A machine capable of crushing 75 Yards of Rock per Day has been ordered. At the City election in Waukon last monday mayor Arnold who has been cleaning up the gambling at having biting Mouth parts As the canker worm and codling Moth which causes Wormy apples. Poultry culling. There is a great demand for poultry culling work in this county the coming season. A poultry Culler will be engaged to cull poultry for Bree or four months during the Illing season. More details in regard to this work will be Given later to Fayette Road makers Busy. Dirt is now dying on a $15,00u Oad improvement Job covering More than 3li Miles of primary highways Adinig to Oelwein. The Phelan i Tho population to be 96 per cent for Shirley co. Of Omaha who contract-1 in i Orni with thirty six National de recently with the Fayette county Board of supervisors for All the grading on Tho two highways were expected to commence operations the last of april but they Are already the Postville Volunteer fire department held its annual meeting on monday evening and elected the following officer. Department officers. Chief a. F. Putnam. Asst. . J. Klingbell Sec. & Koevenig. Chemical engine company. Foreman John a. Palas. Asst. Foreman Geo. W. Heln Hook & ladder come inv. Foreman of. C. Ruckdaschel. Asst. Foreman Eldo Kluss. Hose co. No. 1. Foreman Paul Sonnkalb. Asst. Foreman Henry a. Lange Hose co. No. 2. Foreman Robt. Gordon. Asst. Foreman de Poesch. It was also decided at this meet ing to hold the annual picnic some time in Juno and a committee was appointed to make All no Cebary arrangements. To lutheran Church notes. Mrs. E. Winklor of Monona visited miss Webb or s room wednesday morning. The teaching corps spent March 24 and 25 in attendance upon the n. E. Debt rect association at Waterloo and the fallowing week in Thor Homos or visiting relatives in various parts of the state. Pupils and teachers Bogan school with now Zost monday morning after the week s vacation. Tho girls report great deeds accomplished in the line of housecleaning while the boys aay fishing waa Flo. The literary Sci Ottob will give a program open to the Public on Fri Day Over Long april in. It will con Alstot a debate a dialogue in French a two act play her son b Swo theart and glee club and orchestra numbers. Admission 25c. A the losers of the auction Bridge club entertained the a onnors to a big be Tibt of fun feed and frolic at Tho Home of mrs. Ii. Miller on All fool s Day which occasioned the following poetic effusion our poor sister Bridge a holsters them six that was beat on Friday april 1st, gave us our treat. At first we debated on Friday to Start superstitious people would t think it was smart. But to Aro a Bunch who Don t Caro a whoop so to started out to find Tho six in the to dressed All up in our very Best As we were to be their honoured guests in such Stylo As we travelled it had never been seen our Little Ford worked like a big limousine. We Rode on rough roads to work up an appetite and then the losers surely treated us right. They served in four courses with greatest of care wore Bungalow aprons and bows in their hair. We certainly Onjo Yod their six o clock dinner and Hope next time they la be the Winner. Blindfolded they took us to the commercial hotel and when we got Thero they routed us swell. A symphony orchestra placed music Erand and we danced and played games to the strains of the hand. At ten thirty Sharp All arose to their foot and unanimously voted a very Good treat. To new Holiday and new Flag. The monday club. The school Board at Manchester proposes to test the binding Quail ties of a teacher s contract and consequently has brought suit in the Dos strict court against miss Ruth c. Dudley to recover $200, the amount to he forfeited As stipulated in the contract which she signed if she jumped the agreement. After Many annoying experiences with teachers who violated contracts and left the Board without notice a form of contract was prepared which stipulated that in ease of violation the teacher who was civil Ltd of the breach agreed to inv $200 As liquidated damages for such breach. Notwithstanding ill s Pius to miss a dlr a took n position it a Briglio Alerv afer signing k promptly signed the Bill. The follow Imp program Senate Hab endorsed the House Bill Ron s sayings providing for a new Flag this work of the children s Bureau a sunday school.10 . Preaching service.11 a. The Luther league meets Tho let and 3rd sunday of each month at 7 80 p. The ladies Aid meets thursday april 14th, at Wuenn Prohor Hall. My Isavi my re. The ladles missionary Aid will it head to tie a rope to it the Snake meet thursday april 1, with mrs. Objected. After a struggle Trio Henry Meyer Unaka was subjected and taken a Schmidt pastor. And our children and our com . S. C. Baily children in . Behrens Reading Little citizens mrs. Hunt. Music to american legion notice. Regular meeting of Arthurf Brandt Post american legion next wednesday evening. Important matters Are to come before this meeting and All members should at tend. Pout adjutant. To a a Campaign inaugurated a few years ago by Tho daughters of the Amerl can revolution. The Flag will con blot of three perpendicular stripes of re/1 White and Blue. In the White part of the Flag a Gold Eagle holding in its Mouth a ribbon hearing in red lotto a Tho Iowa motto our Liber ties we prize and our rights we will maintain everybody go to 0ssian. Ossian legionnaires of Tho Brocic Man Hammersand Post no. 508 will five a dance and Basket social on tuesday evening april 12, at the Uwi. In .1,. Ͽ�,.,i,i xxx t Caslan opera Hootse. Come and in tickets to the married folks hard Joy yourself with us. Dance tick Tho last brewery to be erected in Iowa was at Waverly the county seat of Bremer county. It was erected while the i ult Law was in opera ton with apparently no though that the net would Evor to repealed after prohibition became a reality the brewery was closed and Lator was leased to the s. To. Hebere co. Who Bogan the manufacture Tex tracts under the caption of the a clinic extract co. The business prospered and unon the expiration of the lease recently the company purchased the building and will enlarge it to meet the requirements of a grow ing Industry. The old brewery at Iowa City was converted into a pack ing House and the one in Des Moines is the Homo of the largest producers of soft drinks in the state to Orchard preacher pounded the Little town of Orchard six Miles North of Osage has been hav ing quite a bit of excitement. Occa alone by the beating up of Thor minister the Rev. Henry Horton a professional Ball player num tid Harold Unger and claiming water Loo As his Home had a quarrel of Long standing with or. Morton which was said to involve a number of Orchard Puoplo. It is claimed that it was it Tho instigation of oth Era that to attacked or. Horton beating him rather severely linger was arrested and fined $100 and put under Bonds to keep the peace. N times dance next wednesday even ing will be 50q per person War tax included. Ets and tax goo ladles please bring baskets legionnaires and friends please bring the ladles a majority of 23 in a poll of 1,001 votes. And by a majority of 145 a two Mill tax was voted for the support of a municipal band. W. W. Meadows. 78 years old of Lanetta ala., a Veteran of the civil War and shot in the Eye in the Battle of Vicksburg. July 1, 1s63, coughed out the Bullet and is in his usual Good health despite the fact that he carried the slug weighing one ounce in his head for 58 years. East Youngstown Ohio where the highest vote Evor polled was 424, although the population is More than 10,000, cast less than 100 votes at an election on u school Bond Issue. Statistics have shown cities and fifteen different religions represented. Tho Dairy Industry in the Vicinity of Cresco during the past year has made a Fine showing. The two patrons from whom 2,331,100 lbs. Of Cream were gathered. For this Cream the Farmers were paid $309,-87 3. These two creameries made 625,236 lbs. Of butter says the Cresco times and employ from 6 to 8 men. The Federal census of 1920 gives Winneshiek county a population of 22,091. Compared with 1910 it shows a gain of 302. Compared with 1900 it shows a loss of 1,640. Allot Tho counties of this Section show losses for the Twenty year period says the Deborah Republican. Alla Ripkee county lost 1.426, Clayton 718. Chickasaw 1,606, Howard of Oelwein. The grading contract covers a total of thirty two Miles which is four and one half Miles less than the total improvement involved owing to the deduction of four and one half Miles of Gravelled Road already existing Between Oelwein and Straw Bor a ont. One Road runs from Oelwein via Maynard and Fayette to West Union a trifle Over Twenty one Milos deducting the part lying Wlton la the corporate limits of the cities and towns. The other runs from Oelwein East to Tho Clayton county line on the Strawberry Point Road and the drainage contract includes so and Fayette m4 the entire fifteen and Ono half Miles. It is planned that with Tho patrol c. H. Whitely living 3 Miles East system now in Vogue in Fayette co. Of Fayette shipped a 52-Pound cow the drained and graded roads can be he Cei lir aulds a Short time kept in frs class condition and will of a whet he got his returns the not have deteriorated before the we it Tel Board is Able to contract for hard or r a ,8ranf Flor 90c Tex i press was 69c, leaving a balance or 21c. Charley said to did t worry i to much about the 21c, but it was the $2.00 he paid for having the i Critter co. Farm Era Exchange the Ossian Community club was Host to a pair of division Brabb col funeral notice Tho Robert Dickson will surfacing at some Lator Date. Alla Makee 00. Farm Bureau a letter received from Tho by Doit Arment of agriculture tells something about the interstate shipment of eggs. Under Tho terms of the act the interstate shipment of our boys 0 t Tuo Milwaukee railway eggs which Are filthy putrid or de recently the occasion being Ossian composed constitute a violation of desired the of two Grade the Law the Law places Tho respond Crossings East of town and the re sub Allty for the interstate shipment my l of the stockyards which seem of had eggs upon the person who to have an effluvia entirely different ships or delivers for shipment. In time Sweet violets. However the b the opinion of the department ship Kun there would be nothing do ments consisting of whole or in part no unless the company was Oreed of eggs which contain Yolks stuck to do Ossian is planning to to the Shell moldy eggs Black spots accommodate them mixed rots addled eggs Black rots and any other egg that Are filthy Bank robbers made an attempt to decor Poyod or putrid Are in Viola Rob the Maynard Savl Nga Bank Sun ton of the Low. Therefore there Day morning Bays the West Union should be plenty of reason for every Union. They entered the building one Selling Only candles eggs being through the. Back door and with esteem Fly careful to Candle any eggs tools stolen from a nearby Black which later in the summer will be Smith shop made an Effort to get gathered from stolen Nesta. In to  the Bank s Strong Box. They to smashed of Tho Knob mud drove in wrestling match called off. A i i it Terra 11 l or is a 1,Ola _ and inserting on explosive Wiloh wa8 a Nhonn Mas Bice informs a that disc la arged. The blast failed to Thea Zur Nln Gatny oot be staged at Deborah Friday a Lehr hoc Wun out obtaining any loot. Boen called off owing to one of the a Lansing paper said of some participants having sprained his women from a distance who attend shoulder in a match last night. An e to loom end Sale in that town and for this match had already been that they were loom ending printed elsewhere in this paper be what a Stealthy mine of Partlo plea fore this notice was received nullify and verbs that Opena up for the ing it. Local reporters we shall be read to ing that mrs. Jones reran anted in it s better to be Safe than sorry town tuesday Mesa Black Linen a i no Xouy m a cd us. So get now and be sure Soled Here thursday mra. Hig in Tom to get in on the married folks hard gins one rented in our Burg Mon Deb per de knee ant the tunes win to Les dance at to Rwy opera House. It 8u.sk1 be held the afternoon of same Day at Postville wednesday Arll 13th, ,8%-dj%\nk a k_�"82l �2 80 o clock from the m. E. Church Carpenter s orchestra will turn Lah the Dol we tb8 by interment will be at Hardin. Raquelo

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