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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1926, Postville, Iowa
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Mrs. Mattie Adams Downing Street Brewton Ala. A nameless by Vingie e. Roe the Amazon nameless River Denla with the period when the cattle ranges were beginning to break up under Tho determined push of Small Farmers. Its heroine is a it turn Tor of one of those lowly settlers and the chief incidents Are derived from the efforts of a cattle of Volt to get Possession of the Farmer s land. Many men figure in the Story but the principal elements of villainy Are inspired by a singularly handsome but diabolical person known As cattle Kate the head of the Breeding and grazing Enterprise. Allison Tho settler meets his death and his Sou is crippled for life under very suspicious circumstances. It devolves upon Nance Allison the daughter to carry on. Nance under the influence of farm work handling1 horses and life in the open air. Develops into an Amazon unusually handsome. Finally love comes to Nance and when the Man she has chosen is menaced primal instincts overcome for a time her religious scruples and she becomes a tigress. Only the intervention of circumstances prevent her tearing Kate to pieces. Vingie e. Roe mrs. Raymond c Lawton the author was born in Oxford. Kan., lived and married in South Dakota and now resides in Napa Cal. Such stories As primal lure heart of night wind and nameless River have placed her in the front rank of american tellers of tafts. If of want a tool Vatt lot or residence on the Suwannee River write or wire l. C. Williamson p. O. Jii. White Spring. Kun. arms for Side ran is 240 acre Beer in head prot Len red River Valley Minn. 3s3 fires Grain an j Dairy Section. No. Dakota. Address Box 713, Waseca. Minn. Farms for Sale get oat of the cold to do your farming and Dairying. Write for Inforno Aiice and prices on lands to James d. Weaver. Dawson. Gel. For guts dress at once with vaseline Jelly. Prevents soreness. 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Trial package sent free. Address Mother Gray co., be boy n. Y. Chapter i fight for a woman1? a ii if twas the horse now it was springtime in the deep heart country. On the Broad slopes the towering slants of the Hills themselves the conifers Sang their everlasting Monotone turned by the Little winds from the South. Great canyons Cut the ridges dark and mysterious murmuring with Snow water painted fantastically in the reds and Browns and yellows of their weathered Stone. But in the Sweet valleys that ran like playful fingers All a ays among the Hills where Lay tender grass of a laughing brightness Flowers nodded thick in the drowsy Meadows. It was a lonesome land set far from civilization but Beautiful withal Serene silent wild with crag and Peak and precipice. Deer browsed in its sheltered places a few Timber wolves preyed on them while Here and there a Panther screamed to the stars at night. For Many years a pair of Golden eagles had reared their Young on the Beutling escarpment that crowned mystery Ridge. It was a Rich land too for Many cattle ran on its Timber ? slants and grew sleek and fat for fall along the reaches of the River. On a Day when All the world seemed basking in the tempered Sun a horse and rider came Down along the slopes heading toward the West. On the Broad background of this primeval setting they made a striking picture one to arrest the Eye for both were remarkable. Of the two perhaps the horse would first have caught the attention of an observer owing to its great stature and its shining mouse Blue coat. Far off also the prideful Grace of its Carriage the lightness the arrogance of its step would have been noticeable. But As they Drew near one looked instinctively to see what manner of rider be strode so splendid a fellow and was not disappointed for the rider was a woman. She was a Gallant woman. If one could so describe her not Large but built with such nicety of line of proportion As Best to show off the spirit in her and that was a thing which might not be described. Under her Sombrero worn Low on her brow and level one got the seeming of darkness shot with Are the Black eyes and bit of Dusky hair above Cheeks brightly flushed. She Rode at ease her gaunt lated hands clasped on her Pommel her reins swinging. A Blue flannel shirt Gay with Pearl buttons Lay open at the Throat and Moused a trifle above a Broad leather Belt Well worn and studded with Nickel spots. A divided skirt of dark leather precisely fitted and deeply fringed at the Bottom concealed the tops of High laced boots. A her clothing betokened Especial make and very thorough Wear. As the Blue horse sidled expertly Down the slope a Loose Stone turned under his shod Hoot causing him to stumble Ever so slightly though he caught himself instantly. As instantly the woman s spurred Heel struck his flank her Swift tightening of the Reto anticipated Bis resultant Start. Pick up your feet Yon she said a barely frowning. The stallion did pick up his feet for he was intelligent but be Shook his proud Bead Laid his ears Back on his neck and the sweat started on Bis sensitive skin at the needless Rake of the Spur. The great dark eyes in Bis Gray Blue face shone for a time like Foxfire in the dark twin Sparks beneath the Light of his tossing Silver Forelock. He chose his footing More carefully though he was an artist in Hill climbing at All times for the woman on Bis Back was a hard taskmaster. Caught As a Colt in the High Meadows of the upper country beyond deep heart Hills the horse had served her faithfully for four of his seven years of life and hated her sullenly. There was mixed blood in his teens wild from the slim White Mother who bad never Felt a rope patrician gentle tractable from the thoroughbred Black father lost from a Borse trader s string eleven years Back and bought for Many Bootlegs Moons because of his great value. Swayed by the instincts of these two strains the Superb animal obeyed this woman who was unquestionably his master though rebellion surged in him at every chastisement. For an hour the two came Down along the breast of a Ridge dropping slowly in a Long Diagonal and presently came out on a bold shoulder that jutted from the Parent spine. Here with the thinning Trees falling abruptly away a magnificent View spread out below. For a Long time there had been in the rider s ears a Low and heavy murmur a ceaseless sound of Power. Now its source was visible the River that wound Between wide Meadows spread like flaring flounces on either Side Broad level Green stretches that looked Rich As a King s lands and were. The woman relied up her horse and sitting Side Lse looked Down with Moody eyes. A frown Drew close the dark brows under the hat brim the full sensuous lips hardened into a tight line. Hatred flamed in her passionate face for the smiling Valley was tenanted. At the far Edge of the Green floor across the River there nestled against the Hills that Rose abruptly the Small log buildings of a Homestead. There was a Cabin squarely built and neat a stable a shed or two and Stout corrals built after the fashion of a stockade their close set upright saplings gleaming faintly in the Light. And on the Green carpet a Long Brown line Lay stretched from end to end straight As a plumb line attesting to the accuracy of the Eye that the woman reined up her horse and sitting Sid Wise looked Down with Moody eyes. Drew it. A team of big Bay horses even now plodded along that line leaving behind them a tiny addition in the form of a Flange of new turned Earth the restless effect of the conquering plow. The plow hated of All those who follow the fringe of the wilderness Savage trapper and the Furrow behind walked the owner of the accurate eyes deep wide Blue eyes they were set beautifully apart under Calm brows of a Golden Bronze which matched exactly the thick lashes and the heavy rope of hair braided and pinned around the head Widen in an old fashioned Sun Bonnet for this Only other figure in the primeval picture was a woman also. She was Young by the Grace of the upright Carlage Strong by the Way she handled her plow confident in every movement every action. She stood almost As tall As the average Man and she walked with the free swing of one. For a Long time the rider on the High shoulder of the Ridge sat regarding these tiny plodder in the Valley. Then she deliberately took from its straps the Rifle that Hung on her Saddle lifted to to her shoulder took slow aim and fired. It was a High Power gun capable of carrying much farther than this Point of aim and its Bullet spat who singly into the Earth so near the moving team that one of the horses jumped and squatted. The woman lowered the gun and watched. J but the upright figure plodding in its Furrow never so much As turned its head. It merely pulled the lines i buckled about its Waist thereby steadying the frightened horse Back to its Hus Inesa and crept ahead at us blowing. In said the woman. She Laid the Rifle across her Pommel reined the Blue stallion sharply away and went on her interrupted journey. Two hours later she Rode into the Shady crooked Lane that passed for a Street in Cordova. Composed of a general store a Blacksmith shop a few ancient Cabins Tho isolated trading Point called itself a town. Mckane of the store did four ply business and fancied himself exceedingly. As the woman came cantering Down the Street Between the Cabins he ceased whittling pm the splinter in his hands and in tubed her. She was Well Worth watching too. For she was straight As an Indian and she Rode like one. Of the half dozen men lounging on the store porch in the drowsy afternoon not one but gazed at her with covetous eyes. A Light grew up in Mckinne s keen face a satisfaction an appreciation a recognition of excellence. By George he said softly. Boys. I Don t know which is the most Worth while the half Breed Bluet re or Kate threw on his Back i la take the woman said a lean youth in worn leather his starved Young face attesting to the woman less wilderness of the upper country from whence he balled. Yea lord i la take the you mean you would said Mckane smiling if you could. Many a Man has tried it but Kate rides alone. Yes and rules her kingdom with an Iron hand that s wrong it s steel and Toledo steel at that tempered Tine. And you seem to know the lady pretty All nameless River knows her said the trader lowering his voice As she Drew near and the deep hearts too As far As cattle take an keep yer woman if be can put in a bearded Man of fifty who sat against a Post his booted feet stretched along the floor but give me the horse. I be loved him Ever sence i first Laid eyes on him two years Back. He s More than a horse he s got brains behind them Spe Abla eyes soft an Black when he s peaceful but Burnon like coals when he s mad. I be seen him mad an itched to own him then. Kate s a brute to him Don t understand him an Don t want Mckane dropped his chair Forward and Rose quickly to his feet As the woman cantered up. Hello Kate he said As she sat a moment regarding the group How s the world at sky line ranch All there she said shortly or was when i she swung out of her Saddle and Flung her reins to the ground. She pulled off her gloves and pushed the hat Back from her forehead which showed sweated White above the Tan of her face. She passed into the store with Mckane the spurs rattling on her booted heels. Left alone the big Blue stallion turned his Alert head and looked at the men on the porch drawing a deep breath and rolling the wheel in his half Breed bit. It was As the bearded Man bad said intelligence in a marked degree looked out of the starry eyes in the Blue face. That individual reached out a covetous hand but the horse did not move. He knew his business too Well As Kate Cathrew s servant. Inside the store the woman took two letters which Mckane gave her from the Dingy Pigeon holes that did duty As Post office Reud them frowned and put them in the pocket of her leather Riding skirt then she selected a few things from the shelves which she stowed in a flour sack and was ready to go. Mckane followed her close his eyes searching her face with ill concealed desire. She did not notice the men on the porch who regarded her frankly but passed out among them a9 though they were not there. It was this Cool insolence which cleared the path before her wherever she appeared As if All observers feeling the inferiority her disdain implied acknowledged it. But As she descended the five or Rix Steps that led Down from the porch she came face to face with a newcomer one who neither gaped nor shifted Back but looked her Square in the face. This was a Man of some thirty four or five big Brawny lean and fit of a rather homely countenance lighted by Gray eyes that read his kind like print. He looked like a cattleman save for one thing the Silver Star pinned to the left breast of his flannel shirt for this was sheriff Price Selwood. Good Day Kate he said. A red Lush Rose in the woman s face but it was not Sot there by any liking for the speaker who accosted her that was Plain. It s Guevor a Good Day when 1 meet you she said evenly it s a bad the sheriff smiled. That s Good he answered but some Day i la make it Mckane his own face flushed with sudden linger stepped close. Price to said thinly " you and i be been pretty fair friends but when you talk to miss Cathrew like that you be got me to Settle with. That sounded like a did it said Selwood. It the trader was As Good As his word. With the last syllable his list shot out and took the speaker in the jaw a clean stroke timed a half second sooner than the other had expected though he had expected it. It snapped his head Back on his shoulders but did not make him stagger and the next moment he had met Mckane half Way with All the Force of his two Hundred pounds of Bone and muscle. In the midst of the whirlwind fight that followed Kate Cathrew having pulled on her gloves and coolly tied her sack in place on her Saddle mounted Bluet re and Rode away without a backward look. Twenty minutes later the sheriff picked up the trader and rolled him up on the porch. He stood panting himself one hand on the worn planking the other wiping the blood and dirt from his face. Get some water boys he said quietly and when he comes around Tell him i la be Back tomorrow for my Coffee and tobacco five pounds of each and anything More he wants to give he picked up his wide hat brushed it with his torn sleeve set it Back on his head precisely walked to his own horse which was tied some distance away mounted and Rode South toward the More open country where his own ranch Lay. I m do said the bearded Man softly it did t take her Long to stir up some than on a peaceful Day i if it d been Over Blu Elre now there s some than to fight for but a woman b-1" but glory glory whispered the lean boy who had watched Kate hungrily Ain t she Worth it of just Ain t she Wisht i was Mckane this minute druther be the sheriff said the other enigmatically. Franklin ranks High As apostle of Thrift who does not remember Benjamin Franklin s advice Don t give too much for the whistle and by that he meant Don t give More of thought or time or Money for anything than it is Worth. His unhappy experience with the whistle marked the beginning of Franklin s great work in the cause of Thrift the Thrift Magazine recalls. He had few books but was determined to have an education. Many a time he would sit up nearly All night Reading by candlelight. To buy More books. Franklin made a bargain with his brother to whom he was apprenticed by which he would Board himself on half the Money it had been costing. Then he did without fish and meat lived on a cheap vegetable diet and invested Bis savings in worthwhile books. He never attended a College or even a High school. He went to a primitive grammar school but two years and yet he was one of the Best educated men of his Day. He found time to write books to study science to invent no one Ever exemplified the value of Thrift in time More than did Franklin. His Wise saws on time saving such As since thou Art not sure of a minute throw not away an Bour Are known to All. Most useful tree it is appropriate that the Coconut should be the Symbol of the tropical since it grows nowhere else. For Ages it has provided the swarming natives of the Pacific islands with food drink shelter and most of their other need. Now it has extended its benefactions to the races of the temperate zone giving them Tats Lor cooking and eating soap to keep them clean and a delightful confection to fut left their craving for sweets says nature Magazine. The Coconut would stand High on a list of Trees most useful to Mankind. Chapter ii the Homestead on nameless. When the Sun dropped Over the Western Ridge the girl in the deep Sun Bonnet a hitched her horses from the plow. She looped her lines on the harness rubbed each sweated Bay head a moment carefully cleaned her share with a Small wooden paddle which she took from a pocket in her Calico skirt and tipped the implement Over share face Down. Then she untied the slatted Bonnet and took it off currying it in her hand As she swung away with her team at her heels and the change was marvelous. Where had been a somewhat masculine figure plodding at Man s work a few moments before was now a Young goddess striding the Virgin Earth. The Rose glow of coming Twilight in the mountains bathed the Stern slants with magic fell on her Bronze head like ethereal dust of gems. All in n moment she had become Beautiful. The Golden Shade of her smooth skin was but a tint above that of her hair and brows and lashes a blend to Delight an artist so rare was it though her Mother said they were All off the same there was red in her makeup too faint thinned beneath the Light Tan of her Cheeks flaming Forth brightly in the even line of her full lips. Out of this flare of Noonday color her Blue eyes shone like Calm Waters under summer skies. Some of the men of the country had seen John Allison s daughter but not one of them would have told you she was handsome for not one of them had seen her without the disfiguring shelter of the Bonnet. She went with the weary horses to the Edge of the River Flat Here in the Broad Meadows and stood Between them As they drank. She raised her head and looked across the Swift water Stream to the High shoulder of the Distant Ridge but there was no fear in the Calm depth of Ber eyes. She stood so quiet tired at ease until the horses had drunk their fill and with Windy breaths of satisfaction were ready to go on across the Flat to the stable and Corral. Well you be had a look at Blu Elre and cattle Kate. Do you prefer the wonderful horse to the dominating woman to be continued ancient English custom the term trial of the pyx is applied in great Britain to the official inquiry annually Mode to determine the weight and fineness of the Standard col is issued from the mint during the preceding year. It is so called from the pyx that is the Box or Chest in which Are preserved the specimen Gold Ond Silver coins of the realm. The first trial is said to have been ordered by Henry ii 1154-1180. The earlier Testa occurred at irregular intervals but since the passage of the coinage act in 1870, the examination has been annually made at Goldsmiths Hall by a jury of Goldsmiths presided Over by tha King s Ohy a the Kitchen Cabinet Iii Mil. Woad in Nowa Majior Union Tho world la a Leto Toth Taino Ami Aldo and god up Suldo a thou do not hurry. That Man is Blest a who Doi m his boat and loaves Tho Root thou do not worry. Eggs until powdered Vanilla or Tablespoon everyday Good things we All enjoy an occasional unusual dish but the most of human Uko common t h l u 8 h Well cooked if to can to in Teutons enough to Servo and Gnu Nash them that they appear unusual the More Honor to the Cook. Boiled dinner. A Well seasoned Kettle of boiled dinner is it Dis i lit to set before the kick or Queen either. As tastes vary so in regard to flavors one must use judgment in cooking a boiled dinner. One new England housewife Tunious for Ber cooking never prepared it boiled dinner without slipping in n Salt sack of Beans the Cranberry variety to serve with the dinner. I hey Are so Well seasoned with the vegetables mid input that they Are especially tasty. The kind of meat one likes with a boiled dinner will determine the flavor of the whole. Most people like n Nice fat piece of Corn beef together with a Good sized piece of fresh pork fat and lean others prefer Salt pork or pigs feet with Salt pork. At any rate enough meat of whatever kind should be started to Cook an hour or two before the vegetables Are added this gives a Quantity of Broth All i adored ready to begin seasoning the vegetables As soon As they Are put in. Cabbage rutabagas carrots parsnips onions and beets cooked by themselves Are added to the Platter when serving. Suet one cupful of suet molasses and sour milk three and one half cupfuls of flour two eggs and one cupful of dried fruit. Add a teaspoonful of soda and spices to taste. Steam two hours and serve with egg two Light add one cupful o sugar a teaspoonful of Lemon extract and three Fuls of any fruit juice to suit the taste. Beat up and serve with any steamed pudding. Beet May be made any time when fresh beets Are Good. To one quart of chopped beets which have been cooked until tender add one quart of chopped cabbage one cupful of grated horseradish one cupful of sugar one half teaspoonful of Cayenne Pepper and Salt to taste cover with cold vinegar. Food for everybody. Use the whole wheat right from the granary when obtainable. Wash it soak it Over night then Cook on the Buck part of the Range All Day if necessary or until it becomes a soft gelatinous mass. A tireless cooker is a Tine place to Cook food which needs Long slow cooking. This wheat when served with u Little top milk is the Best possible food for the youngsters just going to school. Kept in a Cool place the wheat May be served two or three times a week and children like it once they have eaten it. This is the season when steamed puddings and Rich sauces Are More frequently used. The following is a simple pudding and easy to prepare suet three cupfuls of bread one cupful each of sugar and suet one teaspoonful of cinnamon the same of cloves one cupful each of raisins and milk. Mix thoroughly adding a bit of grated Orange Peel and a Little grated Nutmeg. Steam three hours. Serve with. Pudding one table spoonful of hour with one cupful of sugar add a Little cold water then one cupful of boiling water Cook live minutes add one half teaspoonful of grated Lemon Rind one teaspoonful of Lemon extract one fourth teaspoonful of Nutmeg ten drops of Ginger or half a teaspoonful of dry Ginger pour Over one half cupful of creamed butter. Graham one a a add three fourths of a cupful of Sweet milk two tablespoonfuls of butter one half cupful of Graham flour one teaspoonful of soda one half cupful of molasses and one cupful of raisins steam two and one half hours Yor the sauce beat the Yolks of two eggs add one half cupful of sugar lip to in a double boiler when sugar is Dis solved add the beaten Whites and serve. Luncheon few cans of sardines on hand will be found a Heln in an emergency. For a Nice supper or luncheon dish heat the sardines in a hot frying pan and serve on buttered Toast. Serve with raw chopped onion for a relish. 1 a huge Platter of boiled dinner artistically arranged As to color is an ornament to any dinner table. Is old theory As a philosophical theory mechanism is be attempt to regard the entire universe As a closed system of enl mid effects in which Verv channels a mately reduced to a change or m otly a. In tins sense it is practically Anonymous with materialism. 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