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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1921, Postville, Iowa Tville Herald a live newspaper in a live town Twenty ninth year Postville Iowa thursday april 14, 1921 number 23 Stville 25 years ago. Teret Tiner items taken prom the files of the Iowa vol Matt of april 17, 1808. Co Cream and Strawberry season Here. John ii. Moler is at Britt on Bush 83. Or. And mrs. Max Piank no Levong Over Tuo death of their Lite Bon. The j Gass Homo is quarantined i r Scarlet fever Flora having con a acted the disease. Leo. Flagman and Fritz who re decorating the Interior a the a try Busacker Home. H. H. Men has recovered from in recent la loss and is up in Manaj egos visiting relatives. A Secli & arms have taken the Traft to erect a Large Catholic Hurcil at Calmar this summer. The waterworks system in posting Cost $10,000 to Complete but 3,000 additional is required to put q a number of extensions. A company of friends gathered a be Ernest Ruck a Homo on sat sunday to help him celebrate is 7uh birthday anniversary. Alolph Tablas who has Beau a Erkeng at 1 limn Sanders store the past three years has resigned his position and Theodore Ulliman and Carl Douglass Are the new clerks. The marshal fed 17.1 tramps ii i lag the past year which Cost the town on an average $ i i0 per month. From theatre troupes t a marshal collected a on no from dog tax $22,r-� and fines $10.00, to obituary. Program Community Church ladies Aid society for the year 1921 Robert m. Dickson was born at Huggon Field Scotland. September 2 1. 18-12. Hied in Independence Iowa. Wednesday evening. April a 1921. At the Homo of his Niece mrs. Florence Tudball. When he was eleven years old he came from his native land to America with his parents. Their first place of residence was new York City where they lived for three years then moving to Iowa in 1sss. It s first place of residence this state was three Miles from Monona. One jeer later the family moved to a term non Hardin. Iowa. Here to had a continuous residence until the year of retirement 1912. That year he moved to California. While on the Pacific coast he lived for four years with his so Stern Law Myra Dickson and Ber daughter now mrs. Or. Charles Tudball. This four years was spent in Oak bind and los Angeros. After mrs Dickson s death to made his Home with his Nephew. Charles Dickson. Later he came to make his Homo with his Niece mrs. Or. Curles Tudball who in the moan time had moved to Independence. This brought him Back again to Iowa the land of his greatest love and where he had spent the Best of hta years. He was exceedingly fond of children. Having no family of his own he loved his brother s children As though they were his own. He once drove to. Kansas to see his Niece now mrs. Mary Woods. His patience with Little ones was remarkable and stood the Tost when they would Touso him by hiding his Hammer saw or other work tools about Tho farm to was an industrious successful Farmer. Karly in his life he became a member of the methodist episcopal Church on the North Grove Clr cult. The school House where the services were held was on the Home farm. His Elste Winlaw. Mrs Myra Dickson Hud Roma Retablo Talent for organizing and conducting religious work. This family was for years tiie leaders in maintaining the Church interests not Only in Theli immediate neighbourhood but for Miles around and Robert m. Dick son made no Small contribution of time Money and influence in this Noble Christian service. In his years of retirement he never wearied in the narration of Tho events of his Active life which he told with clearness and accuracy truly Uncle Robert was a Good Man he leaves to mourn us departure two Brothers five nieces and six nephews. His Brothers Are William residing la California David of Waukon. His nieces Are Mary m Woods Tama Neoly Nurt Grace Dickson Hollywood Calif mrs Louise dryer los Angeles mrs. Or Charles Tudball Independence. His nephews Are Millard Dickson Oak land it tilt Dave and Frank Blox Ham 0btvllle Robert Collins Ana Robert Ami Archie Dickson Faulcon. Besides these relatives to leaves to share their great loss Many old neighbors and friends of Long years standing. The funeral was held from them a. Church in Postville last Friday afternoon at 2 6 o clock Condu Oteo by Rev. Ackman pastor of the m. 13, Church of Monona. Following the services the remains wore Laid to rest in the cemetery at Hardin nurse sues doctor of s. U. I or. W. R. Whitous a member of the medical faculty of the state Una varsity la defendant in Tho District court at Iowa City in a suit for personal damages brought by miss Al Sufner Rozek a trained nurse the plaintiff Nlle gob in her petition that she Wab permanently injured because a the wrongful of Radium in her body the powerful Man Oral producing she de Ola Rob Are a menace to her health Tor the rest other life she asks damages la the sum of 135,000 was treating Tho lady in a private capacity and not As a mom Berot the medical staff of the. Una Jtj Rosity. April 22 picnic it Church program Amy Meier committee most nos Moler Schmidt Behrens prior Duroc Comstock Wolfol and Miller and messes. Lollman Roberts Swenson. May 20 hostess mrs. Comstock program mesdames Hunt Brenner. Committee pcs dimes Frank Bollman. Addle Boucher Alex abet Nythy Allen. Nell Bally Maude fial a Mary Bellows Beedy Carrie Boll Man e. O. Bollman Bloxham. Bul Mon Brooks. Durdach and miss Edna Anions. June 17 at Church program mesdames Kay Douglass Dannenbrink committee mesdames Carpenter Campbell Rohrl Stofferson c Oniey Daubenberger de Enos Douglass John Dresser every Frau Altu and misses Cora Darling and Josephine Durno. July 22 at Church program my a Dames Harry Hanks. Kunu burling committee Mondrinos morn new Chas. Cordon John pre. B Tanh croon. F. Han Cirlor. .1. Hammond. .1. Firt a Cyrus Harrington. Mary Hanks. A i. Harvy. I n. B. Hawkins. H. Hawkins. Etta Hecker Frank Ervin. Ati Trust 19 at Church program mesdames Vera Ulliman Jennie leu committee Caroline leu. Mos Ames Klc Sau Jacob la Johnson Kerr Eldo Knss. Knight. Kohlmann ii. Lunge. Lavelle. J. Leu Lien. September 23 at Church n t c o 1 u pairs. Rog Genadek committee mesdames Edith pains Amanda Phillips nettle Yarnton Mcewen Nordeen j. Nero Lay d. Orr. Jas. Orr Peterson Putnam Blake Rathbun. Redhead and misses bib Nicolay Reece. October 21 at Church program mrs Ethel Sanders and Edna Stolt committee mesdames Siu Sirj i. M. Thorn. Ira Riley. B. F. Schult Levi Schultz service Sybert Ada Schotte. Simpson Staadt f. I. Thoma will Thorn misses Sams Saundry. November 18 Bazaar december 16 at Church program mesdames Glessner Webster f. L. Williams con Muttee mesdames t u 1 i b Topliff Tuttle Valliant John Waters we Leghner Ruby Webb Hill misses West Anna Williams. To car owners must pay License lists of automobile owners who have not paid their License fees will be published in the official papers of the county during the first week in May. The state Law requires county treasurers to take this action at that time. Within 15 Days after the publication of the list the sheriff is required to take Possession of such motor vehicles on which the tax has not been paid and advertise and sell same for purpose of collecting the fees and costs. Following Are sections of the Law covering these Points on april 1st of the year 1921, and annually thereafter the department shall Forward to the county treasurer of each county a list of All motor vehicles in said counties on which Tho registration fee has not been paid showing amount of delinquent fee registration number make and factory number together with the name and add rein of Hie owner of each car As disclosed by the records. In the first week of May of each year the county treasurer shall cause to be published in each of the official newspapers in his county a list of All motor vehicles owned within the county upon which the License fee has not been paid Tor that year. Such list shall show the factory number make and Model of the vehicle together with the name thereof us shown by the record or his office and the amount of the License fee and penalty due on the vehicle. Immediately after the pub lie Atlon of the list As herein provided it shall be the ditty of the county treasurer to collect the License and penalty. The county treasurer shall collect from each delinquent 50 conts on each vehicle on which the fee is delinquent to cover the Cost of publication. It shall be the duty of the Conn neighbourhood news. Chins of news gathered from the woodpile of our neighbors in this and other counties. There Are 325 delinquent Auto owners in Fayette county. N. J. Breckner was re elected co. Supt. Of Fayette county schools. The Decorah opera House last year did a net business of $1304.09. Bishop Mcdowell will deliver the graduating address at u. I. U. June 9th. Farmers of the locality plan to establish a Farmers store at Gutten Berg. Tho Clermont fire department gave a Benefit Ball recently which netted them $371.42. The West Union american legion will stage a three Day Celebration on july 2, 3, and 4. E. A. Mcilree has sold his Fayetta county Union at West Union to his son r. H. Mcilree. A class of thirty two will graduate from the West Union schools june 1st-20 girls and 12 boys. Prof. B. Shimek of the state University will deliver the commencement address at West virion. Miss Eleanor Garrison who has been a teacher in the Fayette schools for the past Nineteen years has re signed Ber position. O t 234 pupils in the Monona schools 256, or 90 per cent have some physical defect mostly Teeth Eye and Throat troubles. Guttenberg had a tag Day last saturday to raise a fund for the Pur n. E. Iowa baseball league Postville school notes. Mcgregor april 11.-Northeast-1 an open program will be present Orn Iowa voted itself a place in tiie it at the High school Assembly on baseball Sun thursday when rep Friday evening of this week april rese Tutiven from Mcgregor Post 15. To which the general Public is Ville Guttenberg Monona Lansing most cordially invited and for the a Stulin and entailed met in the new Binal admission Price of 25 cents inc Community rooms at Mcgregor and following program wide and varied decided to form what is to to known in its character will to presented As the northeastern Iowa baseball for your approval an Letlon. Selection girls Cleo club the following officers were elected French farce Tho consultation president a. A. Mallrs Monona j Romp Mcnally and May Burns vice . R. Cutler Guttcn-1 selection boys glee club Berg. I debate resolved that Congress Community Church notes. Tho sunday school officers and teachers held their monthly Confer pose of providing equipment for a to treasurer to deliver to the Sheryln children s play ground of the county fifteen Davs after the a Bur in Toni Iowa d8patch Date of the publication of the Roelln reports Ono Ennd dead and Al teen la Nequent motor list certified list of Ger Louay 1uj caused by eating col the motor vehicles on which the fees once at the Paul Topel Home on last Are delinquent. Friday evening. A profitable bus it shall be the duty of the Sher Ness meeting was held followed by a Iff of the county forthwith to pro social time and refreshments. Class coed to the collection of the unpaid i since the death of his father h. C. Organization was recommended at fees and Perl ties As certified to him Bishop several weeks ago. I ored eggs at easter time. Max b. Bishop is conducting the i Clayton co. Democrat for the estate the meeting. Rev Saathoff went to Lennox i tuesday for Bis Auto which he Crl bed in said certified list and sell expects to drive Home the latter part same upon ten Davs notice for the of the week. Purpose o collecting fees penalties the Sund a school la making rap and costs governor signs cig Aret Bill. Secretary and treasurer--15. W. Go Tiltz. Lansing. Board of directors John Gregg Poi Tilte and Castalia Ira Riley Postville n. N. Ehrlich Mcgregor j. Ii. Krogel. Gutten Erir k. Snell Monona e. J. Spinner Lansing. The salary limit was placed at $400 per month no club to hire More than Throe bal arled players  Lilly Perkins Ruth Gordon and All clubs must file with the Kitty Clara Waters league officers the names of players j Betty Oor Danler Murvilla Comstock on their roster. Tho directors of mrs. Clayton Margaret Kula. Should prohibit All immigration into the United state for a period of two affirmative Enos Mutchow. Walter Rose negative Lloyd Hein and Otis Christofferson. Music High school orchestra farce her son s sweetheart mrs. Perkins Blanche Harvey governor Kendall today signed the Dodd Bill legalizing the Sale of clarets to adults. On july 4 the measure will become a Law and All dealers must take out licenses which Cost from $50 to $100 annually and affix state Revenue Stamps to All clarets sold. Sale of clarets to minors is strictly forbidden. Dealers permits which Are Rov Kable Are to be issued by City councils and county boards of supervisors. After signing the Bill Kendall issued a statement explaining Bis action which stated that a majority of the Puoplo were opposed to the existing Law absolutely Irby dding the Sale of clarets and that a legislative enactment is effective Only so fur As it is supported by an aggressive Public  to Are confronted not by an attractive theory but by a practical condition his statement continues and he declares that Tho Dodd measure provides Means for checking Tho Sale of clarets to minors. The Sale or non Sale of clarets depends upon the discretion of the citizens in any Community acting through their elected representatives the City Council or Board of supervisors and that several Hundred thousand dollars of Revenue will annually accrue to the state through Mie tax on Moines Register april 12. No Many r. R. Men now Laid off. The new league will meet at i Early Date and arrange a schedule contract umpires and transact what other business it finds necessary. The meeting was a Booster one in every respect. Each City expects to go the limit in getting the Best material possible under Tho salary limit and a Classy Brand of baseball is assured the fans in northeastern Iowa this season. Postville was represented at Tho meeting by or. Kelleher Ira Riley and John Gregg Guttenberg by o. N. Hunstad a. C. Hamann j. H. Regol and or. F. R. Cutler Monona by a. R. Snell a a. Majors and George Balakas Lansing by d. F. Wolfe e. W. Gaunitz and f. J. Spinner Castalia by e. C. Bacheldor and j. A. Wars Chang Mcgregor by John Kramer n. N. Ehrlich f. C. Sloano and j. P. Miller. Tho delegates from Elzador failed to arrive Elizabeth Burton Florence Eggert curtain at 8 00 Sharp. N. B. Immediately following tin. Above program the Postville Library association will hold a meeting for the purpose of electing officers. Everyone interested in the Library is invited to remain. To Brown s in town soon Tho biggest and Best drama Ever presented by Home Talent in Postville will soon he on the boards under the auspices of Arthur f. Brandt Post american legion and it is up to nil of us to get in on the ground floor by patronizing it to Tho limit. In Tho first place we owe it to Tho boys and in Tho second place they Are going to give us More than our Money s Worth of fun in return for that patronage. Bev Are now re Siut Bont word that they could be j hearing several nights each week depended on to go the limit. Under Tho direction of a most Capa v Waukon May join in which Cason in dramatic instructor and will at Dubuque Tho men employed in the a m. & St. A shops will work Only ten Days a month until further notice thebe workmen Are bettor off than Many in other places at Oelwein the great Western has Laid off 1400 showmen. At Rock Island the City Council has been asked Tor the sum of $1,000 for the distressed the welfare committee reports 5000 Idle at Moline and and 2000 it Rock Island. In some localities like Moline. Where the industries Are confined to particular lines the length of time that unemployment May continue is hard to determine. And it is Bard to say when Railroad conditions will improve so that More men will receive employment. To hens pay a Good profit in an Experiment with Rhode Island re hens at Iowa state College from Jan 15 to March in. It was found that it Cost 12,3 cents per dozen to produce eggs. Eggs Dur log this time sold at an average Price of 42 cents per Doyon. The Rouge of prices was from 72 to 23 Prairie do Chen will be offered a franchise thus rounding out the eight clubs. If Waukon Doos not get in soon the six clubs will go ahead and arrange a schedule for a six club league. To by Abird Clay to Postville Clay produced at Brainard has Superior qualities Tor no King tile so the tile factory at Postville has leased Throe acres of ground at Brainard and has installed an outfit for to Edloff cars. The first car of Clay was shipped to the factory last week. A steam shovel is on Tho ground and As soon As a switch Trade can be Laid the ears will be loaded directly Fruim the inn la. The Clay is not used straight but a Small amount of it mixed with Tho Postville Day will produce the desired Union Argo the Postville Clay products co. Has been using the shale from brain Ard for a number of years past but previously the loading had been done by hand but this season they have installed a mechanical loader. It the monday club. Present Tho play Only when they can do so it the highest Point of perfection possible and a glance our the cast of characters will show to Tho Public that top notch Talent is on the Job and that the Jorro Tost Joy night Ever will soon Beckon you to come. Here is Tho Talent Dick Preston Leo m. Burdock Letty Leonard mrs. Ruth Hankh Arthur Howard Ray r. Douglass Suzanne . Ethel Sanders Abel Preston j. Lawrence Lien Primrose Johnson. Miss Ledta Schukel Pollock Glifford Conley Worth . W. Hunt Freda mrs. Edith Palas to notice of annual meeting. Id strides toward the .n�0 Mark and there is a fico interest in the work. Are you helping with your attendance common nit Church picnic Sumner. On Friday. April 22nd. There will be a picnic at the Church under the auspices of the Community Church ladles Aid. Supper at 510 o clock. Committee mesdames a. L. Motor Schmidt. Behrens. Prior e. P. Din no. Werzol and Miller mid messes. Frank Bollman Harvey Roberts Ana Evan Swenson. By the county treasurer he taking Tho great Western has started Possession of the motor vehicle d_cs-1 Cutuno. Operating expenses by laying off night operators at Riceville. Elma Sumner and other Iowa towns. Ferryville Wisconsin fishermen marketed a 76-Pound Catfish at the South Side fish Market monday. A whale of a fish we should say. Lansing journal. To Gary Harris in hard Luck. Gary Harris son of or. And mrs g. W. Harris of Post to Shin. Was the victim of a most regrettable Accident on wednesday Forenoon and that May make him totally Blind. Gary and j. R. Laugh Len were in stalling a Telephone at the farm Home of George Schultz Northeast of town or. Laughlin was Boring a Hole thru the Wall of Tho House while Gary bring your own dishes Sandwich was a Tho or no site Side of the Wall i Irvvng to tick to nor watching for the bit to come thru Lar link 10 Lack " or the ladies of the Decorah civic club will stage a rat kill Long week the first week in May though doubtless they will not participate in the festivities personally. Did you hear Bui was dead no what did he die of of he bad Lumbago they rubbed his Back with alcohol and he broke his neck is and one other Artic food program in charge of miss Amy Meier. The men Are especially invited. Come with your baskets and enjoy a Good time. A Silver offering will be taken. To obituary. John con was born at Monona Iowa. May 7, 185g. And died april 7, 1921. At Wessington Springs South Dakota aged 65 years and 11 months. His Early life was spent at Monona and. On the farm near Postville until the 10 e a. Age of thirty years when he went livery business in Postville. Of a sudden the bit penetrated the v while out camping for a Day near Wall several inches and Gary being Decorah miss Nelio Jewell of that too close the bit penetrated his eve City was badly burned about the and the juices of it ran out. Gary f, and hands when the grease in a was brought to town for medical blk let in which she was frying a treatment and it was found the Eye con became Over heated and popped was totally destroyed. For years his Over her. Other eve has been totally blinded he a Cataract. J. M. Harris left for mrs. Darlene Richmond of Alpha Iowa City with him to see if the cat Fayette county met with a rather tract could be removed and the painful Accident one Day last work. Sight thus restored to one Eyo. A d " she was pouring a bottle of old med this cannot be done Gary must be Cine into the fire when it exploded Blind for the Waukon burning and cutting her face and Standard of april 5, 1911. The operation for Cataract was successful and sight was restored to Gary is now conducting a hand quite badly. To Wessington Springs and settled on a farm near that place where he lived until his death. He leaves to mourn his loss three Brothers a two Slot his father Mother two Brothers and two Sisters pre ceded Blin. In death. -14 big show getting ready. Joseph h. Vols superintendent of Decorah City schools has signed a contract to travel for the Iowa Homestead. His salary will be larger than at Decorah and he will have travelling expenses and a a a of an journal. It seems that South Dakota does i not like the bolshevik tendencies of held us annual meeting at the Home of mrs. Jennie leu april i. A Moat enjoyable afternoon web spent with music and picnic supper. I summer months thin kit Over. The following officers and commit the annual meet Long of Tho Public Library association will to held in the Assembly room of High school Friday a Vonlang april 15th, follow ing the High Bohol program. Reports of officers Flection of officers. Iii connection with the Library association would you to interested in an up Odate current events club with a Community sing attachment together with a Ratling Good lecture course on live questions of the Day during the school your and nature study hikes and picnics during the the fair grounds of decorum Are beginning to look like circus head quarters. The Regina amusement its twin Brothw no rth Bukota and John will he remembered he the and Enterprise co. Of this City will there is a movement on foot to Havo older Rolp. Or this locality As a be the fair grounds to build up the Tlle state nam6 Chauffe i t0 Roosevelt straightforward Young Man of Gen show for the coming year. Or. A Honor of Theodore Roosevelt who Lal disposition a Man whom it was a third of the company will have sent a number of Ven i of his ear y a pleasure to know Friendly and about $4,000 Worth of his own manh0od on a ranch in that Region kindly disposed toward All. Equipment Here in the next few Days. On being appraised of his dealt several wagons and other equipment the residents along lower front his brother Henry of this City went arrived last week and were hauled to Street Are greatly beautifying the to Wessington Springs and had the the fair grounds saturday. All of River front in that part of town by body brought to Postville for burial the show property will be built Over putting in Flower Beds and Flowers a Iiri of funeral service was held and painted before the show opens says the Guttenberg press. Poat from the Home on wednesday after up Here under the auspices of the Ville might also be much beautified american legion on May 13. The in the residential District if our Clatl legion will have Chari re of the show Zens would Plant Flowers on the for five Days and nights and Tho Street front boys will certain la be accorded big crowds. The four cycling Smiths miss Anna Weekle of Monona who Are working on now acts for this �al1 been visiting at the Home of her Vear and will be with the re iii Stor. Mrs. Kato Schloetzer in gut. Show this Public ten Berg for several Days ended her club will hold an evening meeting opinion. I e on saturday morning april 2nd, april 22 at legion Hall. Very Oil Pho above refers to the Blair shows living in Post township be sure to 0f which red lion of Postville will come and have u Good time. The be train master noon conducted by Rev. E. Schmidt interment in the Postville cemetery to Post twp. Community club. Tees were elected Presl Dent mrs Dora Williams. Vice . Belle Meier Roc & , Myra Gray. Program com mesdames Maude Bally Helen Behrons Beatrice Brenner. Orrell Comstock May Douglass. Study topic selected for the year civil government. To tips Shakespeare club. Will meet with Mich been Long april in observing the following program loader Anna leu cents per dozen. Feed of oath were r0h Call practically stationary. According i ,.practical hints for every Day to Thea report the poultry business choosing a color scheme. Paid a High in i lorb Franklin solved As to Lamo Sattre is done by i Turos and casts Edna Stolt amateurs who work with the flocks ij0w some Craft workers filled rather is a plume than As a .busl-1 up the or Homes Mary Futon to baseball meeting tonight. A meeting of All Persona interested in to Avlue having u frs class baseball team in the Field this year is hereby called to Convene at the office of we Shepherd this evening april 14th, at eight o clock for the purpose of taking action toward the organization to such team. Let s get into Thea northeastern Iowa league with a championship team Como out tonight at 8 o clock Ina a mum director. To the Post Lille fit re announcement two shows on thursday a and saturdays at 7 30 and 9 00 b. A one show tuesdays and fridays at 8 16 p m. The Post township slow Tilis following program will be Given musical quartet. Reading Gertrude Schulz a song i three Roy stuttering auctioneer Ray Harris piano duet to Clayton co. Farm Bureau. At the Schloetzer Home by taking a Small Quantity of strychnine. Miss Cole bad been in poor health for some time which probably was the cause for the rash act. She was found soon after Sho had taken the strychnine and medical Aid was called for at once but it was too late. County Wool growers to meet. H. Thursday. April 21st, at 2 30 at a ,7e&x the court House at Elkader the co. Us Tenberg Freaa. Reading Florence Sebastian Wool growers will hold their Annu while a Lavong Indian last Satur Lullaby Al meeting. The election of on ices Dayi tie Jel-0iue Lusson five year bring either Sand Lothea or cake and All business pertaining to the old 8on 0f Jar and a is the. Lus and your own plate cup Fork Aud association will be disposed of at Soni wag not a Tab eve a an avow. Spoon. This time. Secretary a. G. Warner has ten year olo Bro Toner was shoot of the Iova Wool growers Assoc la Lonj with a 1 0w Anu Arrow and altho ton will be present at this meet Nir not aiming at Tho Little Bov. The if base Ball league organized and deliver in address. Or War Arrow bets crooked curved in i n,er.,a in to a the Wool Osso wonk direct Lon and struck Jerome a meeting was held wednesday at elation and better informed than n the Eye tha Bov was Tat Luport and the Clayton county any other Man in the state. Every Onca t0 a doctor who Thitu but base Ball league was organized member who pooled Wool last year while the Eye is severely injured the Rotrosen Tutiven from the following should make a special Effort to be it May t b Drese led a rep towns were present Volga City present at this meeting and hear times Littleport Luport car Navello. St. Or. Warner s report and address on Olaf Clayton Osterdock and Meder the Wool situation. While a number of the legion Ville. Or. Hughes of Elkport was boys were having a Little target elected president and a director is practice with their army rifles at elected by ouch town. Rules regu Iowa ass for River Bridge the Murphy Home thursday evening Latona and schedule Are patterned Lee Murphy narrowly escaped Serl after Tho Large leagues and As soon a petition was signed by our Clit 0ua injury. Borne heavy Railroad As these no ratified by the various Zens requesting 4he Iowa legislature Irons were used As targets and a towns and a Deposit paid the Organ to Teke action in regard to the pro fragment from one of the bullets Patlon will he completed. The posed Bridge across the River. Word rebounded with terrific Force stalk schedule Calls Tor 28 games to he was received from representative ing Lee above the left Temple. Had placed and the season to open april we. Becker this morning that the the Franr ment hit a More Unproteot-x7th. We Bellevo this will increase Resolution had passed the House and de portion of the Skull the result the interest in the game and it a the Senate Ashing Congress to build would have been serious As it is now up to the people of the various and maintain a Bridge connecting the Skull was chipped and the wound towns to boost and Back up their Prairie do Chen wis., and Mccre is causing some , Gor tue a. News., /

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