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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - December 2, 1926, Postville, Iowa Official paper Alla Makee county Postville Herald official paper town of Postville thirty fifth year. A live newspaper in a live town p. H s. Foo Fyall team closes a record season Postville Iowa thursday december 2 1926 number 4. Yajcai gridder8 go through entire season without a single defeat the Postville High school football Kim closed the season on thanksgivi today a a Brilliant win Over Elk Der to the decisive score of 38 to 0, and i Trent gathering of fans were preset to witness the a All doff our hats to coach John ten and his squad this year. By their we Manly conduct both on and off Obj Gridiron they have won Tho Edmir Ilion of us All and proven again the act that being a gentleman does not Street from ones being a Good sport. By their Brilliant playing they Honvo Flint Only earned the warm spot their Jrerita deserve in the hearts of the fans but As Well have won for them wives a record equalled by few if any in that out of the eight games flayed no team to scored against them our goal Hue has not been some record of boy and in addition to these glories of brawn they have proven Fem elves just As capable in the Battle of brains As the Scholastic standing of each and. Ever member of Tho Ahi is fully As High As that attained by any member of the at dont body boys we Are and have every reason to be proud of your record. Following is the record of the eight games played read it and weep for Joy. Postville 12,Hawkeye 0. Postville 10, Monona 0. Postville 7, Elkader 0. Postville 0, Monona 0. Postville a Clermont 0. Postville 20, Mcgregor 0. Postville 25, Calmar 0. Postville 33, Elkader 0. 7coach. Johnson informs us that ten the season opened id boys re sorted for practice. But Lawrence ohs being below High school standby was ineligible and during the that week of practice Eldo Gordon Hee ived a broken Collar Bone and was Felt to the team for the balance of the a Tson. These deduction reduced the eligible list to Only 14 boys from which to select a team and this was built up it follows members from last year s team Soger Harris Captain be Ortch Swen in Arbie Heckman Harold Groth Irbie Schroeder Jacob h mgr Toner Helmer Lennon. New members James , Ivey Gruel Otto Brandt Clifton Cindee Clarence Green Ralph i pics Fer la Verne Kluss. I it is also worthy of note that seven Umbers of the team Are tuition up Sils. In the Backfield Harris wan a bul my and made Yards when called up a. Swenson and Heckman played excellent games at halfback positions and were Alert on receiving and break z up passes. Kluss at Quarter Laved a Heady game and was a Good elder. H. Lennon it end and half cd played Fine football smashing interference and was an excellent tickler and pass receiver. J. Lennon i Gruel alternating at end position developed rapidly and toward the and the season Lennon showed Well at Wing and smashing interference Engartner and Schroeder made a i tote Lent pair of tackles smashing through and Rushing plays oftentimes lipping them for Large losses. Han partner became a Pust master in the Ritof breaking up Ponts and was Alio a Fine and fearless Tacker and no Lent open Field runner. Candee cd Green both new men on the team not Groth at the Center of the line Wren re tacklers and took their men jut Well on line plays. Otto Brandt eloped rapidly As the season were did Well when called to fill up me position Pliester was a steady car and will no doubt help Oil to year. Home town folks proud of the pres team and As an inducement to Ose who will become members of scorning year s team to follow in the a stops of their illustrious Pride sors tendered the members of the grossed goal line squad a 6 30 ban but the commercial hotel tuesday n8 with toasts everything that if just about the proper thing to do a proved a very Happy occasion for present.  and this evening coach Palmer o Anson will be Host to his boys at a thirty Chicken dinner served in his we thus bringing to a Happy close 1 football activities of 1926. Everything ready for the big shows Here next week some Institute closeups and poultry feathers next week tuesday wednesday thursday the Kip four Farmers Institute and poultry show will hold its seventh annual exposition in Postville. Everybody in this progressive Community both be there. ,. A. Com i town and country will these three Days beginning december 7th, will be the show windows of this Community. There you will see exhibits from Fine Grain crops the fines in cooking and needlework and a most pleasing reflection of what the men and women of a Community can do when working together with the interests of their Community at heart. Tuesday All Day will be entry Day and we invite everybody to help make this Northeast Iowa s biggest and Best Grain show. Last year s exhibit of raked goods was one of the Best in the history of the show. Boost it again. The needlework department under Able direction promises to be a revelation to the feminine Eye. A they Are asking now is that those with needlework bring it a tuesday the exhibit rooms in Turner opera House Promise to be a veritable Beehive of Industry while Tho progressive and industrious men and women Are placing exhibits Booths and More Booths. In the line of Booths the cow Tost associations Promise something which will make you Stop look and listen i and cause you to carry Home a Bigi thought to Ponder and work Over. Most important in the life of any Community Are its schools. Large exhibits by our local and Rural schools with added attention Given thereto Promise something Fine giving of grim reaper takes old Cherry Valley resident a birthday Surprise and Farwell party the farm Home of or. And mrs. Fred Renzman South of Postville was the scene of a Happy birthday Surprise and Farewell party on wednesday evening last when a goodly company of neighbors and friends who failed to what the Postville folks were doing �"7 25 years ago Grade schools to present under the sugar Plum tree port Unity to All to see something of notify the Host and olo Jess f the to Yew Azote Trion. about the sup Douglass pharmacy is responsible per. Hour with baskets bulging with Good things to eat and a full Stock of Good cheer. The result was that when the clock struck the Boll six times a real Chicken dinner and All the trimmings had been spread and the ,1. L  l a manner in which All partook of it. Offerson with characteristic ingenue showed the skill and cae with which it had been prepared. Following the for the Fine prizes in connection with the farm View Booth. Here you will find some very Fine closeups of our farm life. I w. C. Schroeder and Reuben Christ up0rnia contributes to Postville Church mias Elisa Beth Bruene of los an pm. California a member of the Pine family of Gladbrook and a a w of mrs. Anna Putnam and miss a Zielis Brueno of Postville recently of a r. Neat contribution to our com of Fly Church building fund in and Toi she sent last week fifteen a to add to Tho pledge of her w Amelia s sunday school class Junior High girls. Miss Brueno 1 caches in the to University of Cal it. Attended a wealthy Church in a Angeles she writes that she is j year paying her usual Church ,8p in Postville instead of in los. Teles. Nta Claus coming to Postville dec. 24 Happy Daya kids did a hear the a �9 Santa Claus sent word Odd Fellows lost week that he .11ln Postville Friday afternoon a r 24th, with a Sleigh Load of 7 link Good for the children. To Al five up and Down the Street As a and when the Little folks Are ambled will pass out a sack of m to every last one of them. Tell Mother kids you see to come to Juji Friday afternoon Deceron to and meet Santa Claus m in and get a gift from his very Fri a . Be bully for of Claus and tiie Odd Fellows % new Hampton american a. Ltd Are arranging new Means of display for the Corn and canned goods. Of the four county Booths Little need to said. There have been Days and months of work spent on them and they will most assuredly give to the show a Blaze of color and Beauty. Those Corn shocks and pumpkins and Beautiful window displays about supper hour the evening passed pleasantly and swiftly at 500. The occasion of this merry gathering was to celebrate Wie seventy eighth birthday anniversary of afr. Renzman and also a Farewell to this most excellent family who in a Short time Are to leave the farm to make their Home in Postville. Those present to share in town will Tell the world that Soma-11, even info a pleasures were messes. Thing big is going on and Point mesdames beat Waters Vic Cas any to the show. _ Tei i will Baltz de Mcneil Lawrence i Welcl Bernard Waters mrs. Cons. I mover and Glenn Lawrence Caston and Chris Fisher happily wedded on thanksgiving Day the Creamer men s and Buttermark ers Day has been advanced from thursday to wednesday. This will bring a number of Dairy experts Here and make a valuable addition to t he program. See their Fine array of Silver ups. The evening talks by air. Schilling and or. Bliss will be hard to beat. On the first evening after the main program As a sort of fitting introduction to the week air to show a bit of. The men from the this City and miss Ruth Watkins of business men to Kenosha Wisconsin the ceremony he men s mix. And " t at the lutheran parsonage in this City on thursday afternoon november 2ath, at two o clock occurred the. Bit of marriage of or. Harold Luebbers of Good Fellowship country will Lead the the basement to Aat the same time the indies on the at the same time the ladies will preside and entertain the ladies on the ing performed by Rev. E. T. Finck with Verni Kluss and miss Helen mover both of this City As witness. The Groom is a son of or. And mrs. No Luebbers of Postville an up ight and industrious Young Man. The iride is a Kenosha girl by occupation i Imron. A and while unknown Here main floor. On thursday afternoon at-20 col. Geo. Waters will take charge of the 1,. Sale of baked goods. Last year saw a nurse and while unknown a Nice response and a Good Sale. These created a very favourable impression goods cannot be Soli right from the j upon those whose acquaintance she oven but they arc of the Best cooking formed while Here the country affords made possible on the Young couple left by Auto a by " of h a need shortly after the ceremony for rebutted trials. These for in close cases there is no Little expense in with the Institute and the it of it. The of tin made possible on an uns tinted use of High priced  and eggs and other cooking Nia Are carefully Emu until the hour of t he Sale connection food Sale meets a Par business men have  of and still More must be met inc Sale of memberships. Boost for the biggest and Host b a tlumt., in the history of this the shortly. Nosha Wisconsin whore they will Mike their Home and where Harry inks a position with the Nash motor co. The Herald joins their Many friends in extending Hearty Well wishes for future happiness and Prosperity. Four Institute in the Worth while show. Concurrent with the Institute will to yield the big four poultry show at Singer Hall just n few Steps eastward. Hero you will find one of the finest showings of Birds of All Breeds that May be seen anywhere in the state. This department is in charge of supt. Herbert a ass who takes Groat Pride in looking after the welfare of the Birds during the Sho a i to uen that Thoy Are so arranged As in Tho coops owned by the society find Birds there irom considerable distances As Well As Many irom nearer Home each and everyone a splendid specimen of its Type and each trying to show to Tho work by its i a portent and Correct Carringi that it belongs to Tho aristocracy. To Side these pedigreed Fellows Are also splendid exhibits of farm flocks that to the average observer Are just As pretty in every Way As their titled Brothers and Sisters. And As the Electr c Lig tits make it always morning at the show the barnyard Kings make the Hall continually resound to the must la of the Lusty crows Emmia Ting trom their Niichi Ingle necks. There is also an exhibit of eggs that will make you wish easter was not so far away. This year for the first Timo there will also be a lecture on poultry by a specialist of note. A. Show this year will to Postville folks How one. A Welcome to the poultry an immense de four the big free As and airs. E t. Finck Given birthday Surprise tuesday evening november 23rd, at six thirty o clock a number of la Dies of the w. S. Came to Tho parsonage with Well filled baskets to celebrate the birthday of the lady of Tihe manse. A number of men wore also present to enjoy the sumptuous meal As Well As the social hours following. At a late hour the people returned to their various Homes wishing mrs. Finck Many Happy returns of the Day. The family gathering at the Home of or. And mrs. Darius Orr on thanksgiving Day commemorated not Only the Day set apart As a Day of thanksgiving but two la anniversaries in the family As Well or. And mrs. Orr s wedding anniversary and mrs. James Orr s ninety third birthday. It was a thanksgiving wedding and birthday dinner All in one including a Turkey with Cranberry sauce Down to the mince and pumpkin pies and wedding and birthday cakes those present wore or. And mrs. D. Orr mrs. James Orr airs Cornell miss Ollie Orr mrs. Welzel or. And mrs. Will Leui or. And airs. Hall Swenson or. And mrs. John Pulas or. And mrs. Arbe Behrens and or. And mrs. Louis Hill. Or. And afro. George Opper of Riverside Illinois sent Flowers for the occasion. Christmas the year s greatest holy Day and Holiday will soon be with us again with All its happiness and Good cheer. As usual nil of us will wish to bring a Little More of Joy into the lives of those near and dear to us by the giving of gifts. With this end in View it behoves everybody to do their shopping Early while the stocks Are yet Complete while of things to coi Oose from is greater. Look Over the Herald s ads today and see the Many Fine things our merchants have to offer next Friday evening december third at Turner opera House the Grade school operetta will be Given interesting items taken from the the title of this delightful Little play files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of november 29, 1901. Marshall Hawkins is Home from his pleasure trip to Canada  Twenty Young people put on a Surprise party for Anna Meyer Friday evening. A. Gesky asks that All empty Beer bottles be returned to him before january 1, 1902. Cynthia Gordon 18 years old died on Friday at the Home of her parents West of town. Maggie Schroeder had the misfortune to fall and fracture a Bone in her Arm thursday. Jas. Fay and family have moved into the House they recently acquired from the Ward s. Fritz Renzman sustained a fracture of his shoulder Bone last week while at work on his farm. John Hummel sr., passed away at the Home of his son East of Postville sunday aged 81 years. The Cro Kinole club is being entertained at Moll s restaurant today by or. And mrs. Williams. Mrs. Wim. Thoma and Clara and Eddie Are Here from Waukon visiting at the mrs. L. Poesch Home. The August Schara House was destroyed by fire monday morning. Only $500 insurance was carried and the loss i s heavy. $7�00 for go acres of farm land is a record Price hereabouts but this is what happened when Henry Knodt bought the Adolph Foels farm on monday. Where will it end?1 music club admitted to m Dowell league the music club recently organized by mrs. Jorgenson met in monthly session at the Home of or. And mrs. Louis Schutte last saturday afternoon with president Joseph Steele presiding. At this time mrs. Jorgenson announced that through mrs. Edward Macdowall wife of the late noted composer the club has been admitted to the Macdowell league of Peterborough new Hampshire and Tho club will henceforth be known As the Junior Macdowell club of Postville. Mrs. Jorgenson is now taking the necessary Steps to have the club affiliated with the National federation of music clubs and she is entitled to a great Deal of commendation for her tireless efforts in behalf of musical Art in Postville. One new officer was elected she was Helen Wegner who was elected to the office of treasurer. The children were heard in Bhe usual monthly recital. Helen Wegner playing oxen minuet by Haydn was voted the Best player of the month while Joseph Steele playing by the sea by Liszt and Helene Meier playing dialogue by myer Helmund were tied for the honors of second Best.  following the program Dainty refreshments were served by mrs. Schutte. United Brethren Church Chas. W. Harris pastor Castalia. Sunday school at 10 00 a. The sunday school will hold a food Sale on saturday afternoon december Lith. Bethel sunday school at 10 30 a. Sermon by pastor at 11 30 a. Forest Mills sunday school at 2 00 p. Sermon by pastor at u 00 p. Junior c. E. At 3 00 p. In. Senior c. E. At 7 30 p. Community Church notes r. Franklin Galloway pastor morning worship at 10 s0 a. Sabbath school at "11 30 a. Is under the sugar Plum it is based on the usual style of operetta with Many charming songs and scenes. Tho parts Are ably taken by members of the Grade school. The pupils have been working hard under the instruction of miss Bortner. The past operetta s of the school have drawn a packed House and a pleased audience and to Hope this Ope Retta will have the same record. The High school orchestra will Render n few selections Between acts with music of a pleasant sort. The seats can be reserved at Tho a s Rexall store beginning wednesday. The Hall is sure to be filled to it s capacity so get your seats reserved Early. The admission will be thirty five cents for adults and Twenty five cents for children. The curtain will Rise at 7 30 p. Upon the most pleasant operetta you Ever witnessed. Remember  cancel All your dates for Friday december third and be at Tho Turner Hall when the curtain rises. St. Paul s lutheran Church the family Church on the Hill the Rev. E. T. Finck pastor sunday december 5th. 0 30 a. Graded sunday school for children of every age. Bible class for adults Young men and ladies. 10 30 a. Service with Sermon and special vocal music in the English language. 2 00 p. Rehearsal of the Christmas cantata by the choir. Members Are requested to be present. 7 45 p. Vesper service with Sermon and special musical numbers vocal and instrumental. Monday evening december Goth at 8 00 p. The y. P. S. Will again meet in the newly decorated Parish Hall. Great preparations have been made to make it an interesting social gathering. All members Are urged to be on time and Are invited to bring guests with them. Members of the ladies Aid will kindly remember their Christmas social planned for Friday evening december 10th. Bring your. Families. As usual there la be a fish Pond for the Iowa now ranks third in butter production Minnesota not Only makes More butter but also More High Quality butter than any other state said doctor c. W. Larson chief of Tho Bureau of Dairy Industry United states department of agriculture in a recent address before Tho annual meeting of the Minnesota Creamery operators and managers association at St. Paul Minnesota. In 1920 Tho state manufactured the enormous total of 120 million pounds thereby leading All other states. Yet in the six years from 1920 to 1925, inclusive according to doctor Larson Minnesota doubled her output until now it is Over 245 million pounds or one seventh of the Creamery butter made in the United states the greatest butter producing nation in the world. Five states Minnesota Wisconsin Iowa Nebraska and Ohio ranking in the order named now produce half of the Creamery butter of this country. A. L. Peterson motored to Cedar rapids on sunday to take his sons Mack Don and Dick Back to attend Coe College. After spending their thanksgiving at Home. On the return trip or Peterson was accompanied by two Postville school teachers who had been vacationing in the parlor City. Max Bishop has been re elected Secretary of the Elkader fair and c. F. Limbeck of Mcgregor one of the Board of directors Rudolph Keiser was born in the state of Delaware on february 20th, 183g and passed away at the Home of his daughter mrs. N. J. Friend at Aberdeen Washington on november 19th, 192g, aged 90 years 8 months and 29 Days. He came to Iowa in 1865 settling on a farm South of Luana later removing to one six Miles Northeast of Postville. He was married to Ruth Annetta Asher. April 25bh, 1868. To this Union were born three children one son Edward Lewis Keiser who died March 4th, 1889, aged 19 years j a daughter Rosa Willetta Keiser who died june 13th, 1891, aged 21 years and another daughter Edith May now mrs. N. J. Friend of Aberdeen Washington his Only surviving relative.  his wife passed away november 27th, 1884, since which he resided at Monona for a time then removing to Omaha Nebraska where he lived for a number of years and for the last ten years has made his Home with his daughter mrs. N. J. Friend at 517 North k. St., Aberdeen Washington. The foregoing is in Brief the life Story of a Man who for Many years was a resident of the Cherry Valley Region an honest upright and industrious Man respected by All who had the pleasure of his acquaintance and his passing will bring a Pang of sorrow to those who knew him and their sympathy will go out in full measure to the daughter in whose Home he was so tenderly cared for Over a Long period of years. The body accompanied by his daughter May arrived in Postville during the Early hours of thanksgiving morning and was taken to the funeral Parlours of Harris & Schutte where on Friday morning a Brief service was conducted by Rev. R. F. Galloway of the Community presbyterian Church after which the remains were conveyed to the Post township cemetery for burial by the Side of loved ones gone before. In Thi s connection the daughter wishes to extend her Heartfelt thanks to the old friends and neighbors for their comforting words and assistance in the burial of her beloved Fath news of the neighbourhood tersely told tales of folks and things selected by scissors from our Exchange table. The West Union cat Lolic Church is installing a pipe Organ. The Elgin Creamery has changed to Tihe individual can system. The Hawkeye fire department cleared $82.50 at its annual Benefit Ball. A Martin years As schools. Paulson janitor has served ten of the Monona obituary Lillian e. Wintrick was born july 15, 1877, and died at her Home near Forest Mills on november 23, 1926, aged 49 years four months and seven Days. Deceased was the eldest daughter of or. And mrs. J. T. Roderick and a lifelong resident of Franklin township. She was United in marriage to Fred a. Wintrick March 18, 1903. To this Union three children were born namely mrs. Colia Mitchell of Monona Chris and Lloyd All of whom with the husband and father survive to mourn her loss. She is also survived by her father three Brothers and three Sisters the Mother having passed away in 1915. She was a member of the Baptist Church at Rossville but attended the Church at Forest Mills when health permitted. She was a devoted wife and Loving Mother a Good neighbor and steadfast Friend and All who came within the Circle of her acquaintance will mourn her passing and sympathize sincerely with those bereft. The funeral was held from the Forest Mills Church Friday afternoon november 20th, Rev. Chas. W. Harris of Postville officiating. Interment in the cemetery at Smithfield. In this connection f. A. Wintrick and family and or. And mrs. Ray Mitchell and family wish to extend their Heartfelt and sincere thanks to Tho neighbors and friends for their kindly assistance and sympathy during the illness and burial of their beloved wife and Mother. The Messiah to be presented at Decorah an annual event among the people of Winneshiek county is the rendering of Tho oratorio the Messiah in de corny. The 150 members of the Decorah choral Union intend to keep up this custom and this year will give the oratorio in the spacious Luther College auditorium which will open its doors to the Many who wish to attend. This will occur on sunday december 12, afternoon and evening. The soloists for this year Are especially noteworthy. The Soprano Gertrude Boe Overly of Northfield. Minnesota has an enviable reputation As a Singer from coast to coast. As one critic says she might have strayed from an angelic chorus her voice rivals the the contralto miss Ella Hjertaas has been trained by famous voice teachers in the East and is Well known As a favorite from radio station Cal. Or. Harold Ellickson of Decorah takes the Tenor part and or. Osmund g. Salveson of Render Tho Bass solos. The experienced prof. Carlo a. Sperati will direct the famous oratorio backed by a Large orchestra. The quarterback Here monday and tuesday Richard Dix in the quarterback at the Postville theatre next monday and tuesday is the greatest comedy drama of Dix s career. Mae Tinee in the Chicago Tribune says if you can t go to the army Navy gome you la find the quarterback a Consolation. It s a great football picture. It lands you one of the most exciting football games and also some great comedy. A in All you will find the quarterback is a whale of a picture and i think it s the Best of All football or. Neumeyer directed the picture. He is the director who the Harold Lloyd pictures and who is responsible for Harold Lloyd a great of annual meeting the annual meeting of the be Post vice turn Verein for the election of officers will be held saturday evening december 4, 1926.__, a a h. Koevenig Secretary Jargo Gazette the West Union High school put on a carnival last monday that netted them $100. Foxes Are numerous about Arlington Wayland Murphy killing one last week and Vera Northrop three. A broken rail caused the derailment of four freight cars near Garber last thursday and tied up train service on Turkey River Branch of the Milwaukee for 26 hours. At the recent election two Fayette were elected justices of the peace miss Addie Potter of Eden township and mrs. Cora Rathlisberge of Illyria township the Fayette county jail now has Only seventeen prisoners five having been taken out last week one having finished his sentence and the other four going to the state reformatory. Snow fences Are being placed from Madison to Dodgeville on 19 by the company operating the bus lines from Madison to Dubuque by Way of Dodgeville Mineral Point Darlington and Shullsburg the Milwaukee Railroad was bold last monday under foreclosure proceedings for $140,000,000. New York capitalists were the purchasers and it is said will re Christen the Road the Chicago Milwaukee and Pacific railway. J. Morse the oldest conductor of the i. & d. Division of the c. & St. P. Railway died suddenly at his Home in Elkader wednesday Forenoon shortly after ten o clock. Heart failure was the cause of Register. Clermont Lodge no. 160, a. F. & a. M., held a supper party tuesday night in Honor of mrs. William Larrabee. She recently presented the Lodge with a set of masonic dinnerware and the affair was somewhat in the order of a dedication Clermont Enterprise y according to the scout the soldiers Grove dam and electric Light Plant have been sold to the interstate Power company the Price being $42,000. No doubt the interstate will install a modern generating unit at this place similar to the one at Gays Mills Prairie Dushien courier. Elan Jones residing a mile Northwest of town trapped two foxes saturday and another one tuesday morning. Two were Gray and the other was Rej. He has killed and trapped 17 foxes during the past eight years. He does not use hounds but goes after them with an Eagle Eye and with Reliance on his trapping knowledge. Waukon Democrat. Dorothy Iliff a West Union High school girl the daughter of or. And mrs. R. C. Iliff suffered an injury in a queer Way. While asleep one night last week she dislocated her Collar Bone but did not realize it. Finding that her shoulder pained her she went to a doctor who adjusted the joint and told Dorothy what is was that happened to Union Argo. The Corn husking championship of the world has been returned to the tall Corn state by Fred Stanek of fort Dodge Iowa who also held the title in 1921. By husking 28.28 net bushels of Corn in 80 minutes Stanek dethroned Elmer Williams of Illinois who finished next to the last in the Field of twelve contestants from seven Corn Belt crates. River transportation As handled on the Mississippi during 1926, it is estimated has saved $18,000,000 Over rail rates and plans Are being made for increased facilities for 1927. Already two lines have been provided for on the upper Mississippi with two government Tow which will be added to the Power barges already being operated by the Trophie line. Seventeen of Tihe Iowa legislators elected to the forty second general Assembly Are lawyers coming in second in numbers to the Farmers of whom there will be eighty in both houses. Insurance and real estate furnish about half a dozen each and there Are a few More than this whose profession b banking. Altogether about Twenty occupations Are represented and six members list themselves As Tihe c. & St. P. Road has been unloading an enormous amount of Anthracite Coal in the Yards in the first Ward. 45,000 tons have been scooped out of "900 cars in six huge Banks five blocks Long. Today is the first Day that the Crew has been to take a rest since the work began two months ago. 75,000 More tons Are expected provided rolling Stock can be secured to transport it from the mines to this Duchien courier. All the Northwest part of Fayette county will rejoice at the news that will appear in the official proceedings of the Board of supervisors for the november session to the effect that a big steel Bridge will be erected across Crane Creek at Alpha. The steel contract was let at session but the county Engineer Force will erect the abutments. This will be one of the largest Bridges in the county. It will have a five foot walk for pedestrians to prevent the danger of accidents. Work will begin next Spring a soon As the season will permits

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