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15 Jul 1926

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15 Jul 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1926, Postville, Iowa I6anizati0ns d mothers both agree Balth of school girls important it curl scouts and Camp fire of Rob i Wora Donaj organisations work. I tag Side by aide la Thoc Ausef healthy Happy intelligent womanhood training the minds of eager girls for greater service bodies for the destiny that shall be theirs. All Honor to them i Wise mothers like mrs. Alice Lou than urge their Daugh in their Early teens to take Lydia Pinkham s vegetable compound. Bra. Louthan Bays i gave my sen year old girl Lydia b. Pinkham a testable compound and it did her a Eder Ful lot of Good. She was out of tool for four months. I read the Vert Sementa of the vegetable com Trad and since she has taken it Ehe s improved and has gone Back to tool. I recommend the vegetable impound to other mothers with girls to Are not As Strong As they should i mrs. Alice lob than route 2, a Arlston. Illinois. Homo girls in the fourth generation now relying on Lydia. A Pink i s vegetable compound. The Postville Heralio Postville. Iowa. Not of same family he hedgehog and Porcupine Are surely different families. The True is Eliot does not occur in this coun tie Porcupine is found in both. Old and the new worlds. The old old porcupines Are terrestrial and isor Lii while the species found in is hemisphere Are arboreal and not ass Oral.  the  Kitchen Cabinet sure Relief i 6 Bell ans hot water sure Relief Ell ans for indigestion 125 and 75� everywhere not for her maid there s a delivery boy it the front door with a package marked 0. D. New Bride Tell him to take it baht Back. I ordered Salmon. A woman s idea of Friendship is to have some Man Tell her How Nice the is. Bayer aspirin proved Safe take without fear As told in Bayer package unless you see the Bayer Cross ton package or on tablets you Are not a going the genuine Bayer aspirin Provod Safe by million s and prescribed i by physicians Over Twenty five years for colds headache neuritis Lumbago Toothache rheumatism neuralgia pain pain each unbroken Bayer package con Tel is proven directions. Handy boxes j of twelve tablets Cost few cents. Drug of gifts also sell bottles of 24 and 100 for Over zoo years Haarlem Oil has been a worldwide remedy for kidney liver and bladder disorders rheumatism Lumbago and uric acid condition Mot Haarlem Oil Comet internal trouble stimulate vital organi. Throe lira. All druggists. Insist on the original genuine Gold Medau us Imp Mauc us Aloma. A we shows syrup 1�� Uuk u4cuim a by Dat children Craw healthy and in rom Colic diarrhoea flatulence. I constipation and Othar Trabu u f of Wpm it at to thine tin. 8ua, bring r Markayla and in Timur mull at All a Arlitt i banish pimples Ccu Sicura y a  soap to cleanse i ointment to heal try or naw shaving Shelc summer afternoon gowns new lingerie is colourful 0. A a. Union three thin to n�rankn0ba and Well doing. A ?. Of t0 avoid idleness to Quality and flippant Jeet lne. Three thing a to Oul Alvata Eood wite Good manners and Eood he 8easonable dishes a tasty salad is always in season and now with fre8h Green things in abundance one May have a variety of summer salads. Try slicing Small Green onions very thin adding half of a Green Pepper More or less As one likes the , cover with sour Cream adding a but of Salt and Cayenne. A spoonful of Mayonnaise May be added to season More highly if desired. Serve on lettuce. Cottage cheese served on lettuce with n spoonful of crushed fresh currants sweetened very Sweet is another Well liked combination. When the fruit is not in season open a can that has been crushed with sugar and canned without cooking. Combination a Small head of Early cabbage and cover with cold water to Crisp. Arrange tender leaves of lettuce on salad Piates and Heap on the following combination Well mixed with Good Mayonnaise one finely cubed Apple one half of a Green Pepper finely shredded one banana sliced and chopped Fine add the cabbage a bit of pineapple will not spoil the combination. Strawberry one cupful of crushed strawberries with one third of a cupful of powdered sugar. Beat the Whites of three eggs add one third of a cupful of sugar and one Quarter of a teaspoonful of Cream of tartar beat Agnlin. Combine the mixtures and Berve in sherbet cups or As a sauce on sponge Coke. Baked Beans with 8ausage.--Par-Boll one quart of Navy Beans after soaking them Over night. When the skins crack place them in a bean pot adding three tablespoonfuls of molasses and Salt to Teste. Bake All Day. One hour before serving place link sausages Over the top and allow them to bake. Creole one Small turnip one onion and one Carrot. Cook these with two tablespoonfuls of Rice a pint of Tomato two teaspoonfuls of Salt and two cupfuls of water. When the vegetables Are tender rub through a colander. Add a tablespoonful of butter and serve hot rhubarb baked with Well washed flags with boiling water and Cook until the water is nearly evaporated. Cut a Pound of unpeeled rhubarb into Inch pieces put n layer into a baking dish Sprinkle with sugar then add a few figs repeat until the dish is full. Add n few table spoonfuls of water and bake covered in a slow oven until the fruit is tender. Helpful suggestions. On Damp or Rainy Days be sure to Supply the boiling pots and pans with plenty of water As the air like a wet sponge absorbs More moisture than when dry. Obstinate stains of almost any kind May be removed with peroxide and soap then place in the Sun. Sometimes several applications will be necessary. Be sure to rinse Well after using peroxide. Rust stains Are easily removed with Lemon juice and Salt in the Bright Sunshine. Salts of Lemon moistened with water is very effective and is always ready to use. Any stain remover should be carefully rinsed out after applying. N when baking a cake set the alarm clock so that no matter How Busy the attention will he called to the Kitchen. Leftover Oatmeal May by the addition of water and reheating serve again As fresh Oatmeal. Put a layer of finely chopped Black walnuts Over the top of a custard pie. Any chopped nuts or Coconut will be Good. Old stocking legs make Fine Over sleeves to slip on when working in the Kitchen they save the Good dress sleeves. Cut at the seams and sewed together they make very Good dust cloths and dust mops. Candles for use on the table will Burn clearer and longer if placed on ice for a Day before using. A ring of Salt put around the lamp Wick will give a soft steady flame and will Burn All night. Cracks and splits in furniture May be filled with melted beeswax then varnished so that they will hardly show. Black Mustard seed. If sowed in the Garden will make the Best of salad plants late into the fall. Nice for greens and served with lettuce it is especially Good. Dampen the Brush of the carpet sweep or Rit will do much better work in picking up threads and lint. Soiled coat collars May be cleaned with Cornmeal wet with gasoline rub in Well and Brush out. Velvet will look like new thus cleaned. Pineapple juice is a Good cure for indigestion. Pineapple one can shredded three bananas and one Orange sliced very thin makes a filling for a Large cake. Sorta Good the greatest woman in history is the wife of a Man of moderate Means who does her own cooking washing and ironing a brings up a family girls and boys to be useful members it society and finds time for her own intellectual and moral improvement our main Endeavor in these Days we Are not so much concerned about Loving our neighbors As we Are about keeping up with Mem Boston transcript Everitt once or twice in a while and much oftener now than in the Good old Days of Yore a real or test in clothes i appears and shows us what can be done with prevailing modes. It takes an artist to select those style notes that when they Are put together will produce a perfect Harmony. Among the Many details that add interest to styles be knows which he May use where to begin and where to leave off when be assembles a new Model and How to give it a touch or so of his own. An afternoon gown that Sims up the modes of today with consummate color Range runs through peach Green Tea Rose Lavender and yellow and a a feature of the season is the combination of two colors in one garment in fabrics crepe de Chine continues to hold the Lead in Silks and Fine firmly Woven voile in Cottons but other thin Silks Ore Well represented and voile has rivals in Fine Batiste and Nain Sook. Undergarments reach the limit of Sheerness in Georgette and voile which arc used in both Plain and printed varieties and afford a Chance for the generous Plant Ings. Voile is a sturdy material and even Georgette is less fragile than it skill is pictured Here. It is made of looks. Besides the sheer Beauty of the world s great events Albert Payson Terhune a. Smart afternoon gown. Flat crepe in the color called june Rose and has a Vest and lower sleeve sections of White Georgette with a Graceful Jabot to break the severity of simple lines. Plaited Odets pointed at the Hemline Are inserted in the front Back and sides of the skirt. The straight Collar is extended into Long ties and these ends Are the end of a Story As delightful As any told by the season s modes. This Model is adapted to any of the fashionable soft fabrics in Plain colors. Very flattering afternoon gowns Are naturally also very popular.  these Are Georgette or Chiffon models in flowered patterns worn Over crepe de Chine slips. They do not need elaboration since the fabrics themselves Are so decorative but they Are made interesting and varied by Little details of finish As flared apron fronts these fabrics the fact that they May be easily re tinted if tubing causes them to fade makes a Strong Appeal to women. In handmade tailored lingerie of crepe de Chine Varl coloured Floral motifs in Dainty designs Are embroidered at the top of Chemise and gowns. Light colors Are used in these embroideries and narrow ribbons for shoulder straps while triple straps Are popular in the very narrow ribbons. Tucks and plaits Are introduced in these tailored garments which Are nearly always Pale Pink in color. Some White is shown in new models having no plaque designs in color embroidered in White and White garments with piping in a color Are among the newest items. In lace trimmed lingerie filet Val Klencon and net Are used in edgings a Dainty undergarment. Jabot Scarf collars cuff tabs tiered skirts Restees and Cape attachments. Reversing the order of printed Chiffon Over Plain slips Are gowns of printed silk veiled with Long tunics of Plain Chiffon or Georgette. Both Plain and printed patterns in sheer fabrics Are made up with delicate lace Ilou icings and Black lace Over Black or flesh coloured foundations is featured among the Gossamer gowns for summer afternoons. Dainties a in design delicate colors and Sheerness of fabrics Are characteristics of. Lingerie whatever the Type or style it belongs to this season. Color is the Factor of outstanding importance it seems since All White has been supplanted in popular favor by pastel shades in silk and in sheer Fine Cotton materials. Beginning with Pale Pink the inserts and medallions. The More elaborate gowns have lace yokes extended into Semi sleeves Over the shoulders Loce pockets and lace hem lines and Are made of crepe de Chine chemises of this material or of voile or Georgette Are 6hown with Long folded bodices and Short plaited skirts. Lace banding finishes the top and Bottom and joins the bodice and skirt along with the return of handmade lingerie comes the High necked and Long sleeved gown once More. These Are made of Cambric and Nain Sook for the most part but crepe de Chine and Albatross Are also used and much attention is Given to Graceful designing and to the use of net filet and Irish lace in their decoration. Julia Bottomley a 19s6, Western newspaper Union week end sets in color week end sets consisting of suitcase hat Box and Zipper bag come in leather in colors to match the Cost tune. An attractive Scarf an evening Scarf with a touch of originality is not a a More than a foot wide it the Throat but with the Aid of deeply plaited insets at either end becomes when they Are thrown Back wide enough to serve As a shawl. These scarfs come in a Tarley of colors but in most of Tuyin the insets Are of a contrasting color or figured by Dod Ahmaad a company Pyrrhus put thus ruler of the greek kingdom of Epirus hit on a plan More daring than original. Born in 318 b. A Only five years after the death of his Cousin Alexander the great and while the letter s Fame was fresh in the memory of living men Pyrrhus resolved to follow Alexander s example and conquer the world. Unluckily for his Success he decided to work Westward instead of East. Now from earliest Days Power and Progress have always rolled Westward and it has Seldom gone Well with the easterner who has tried to Check them. Pyrrhus did not realize this but was destined to learn it. Greece had for centuries been the Foremost Barrier of civilization against barbarism Ofa democracy against despotism. But of late a newer Power had sprung up in the Western world. This Power was first the City and after wards the state of Rome. Rome originally was a Small town covering but one or two of the seven Hills Over which it afterwards spread. It was at first ruled by Kings who were elected by the people. Then when these King waxed tyrannical the people deposed them and formed a Republic for 250 years. The Little City grew conquering All its neighbors and becoming at last the virtual mistress of Italy. In after years it was to Rule the whole world. Already brute strength subtlety and mental superiority were making its name famous. Greece on the other hand had passed the Acme of her Golden age and thanks to luxury and civic dissensions was on the Wane. It was in 280 b. 0. That these two mighty Powers of the civilized world first clashed and that clash did much to Mold the future trend of the Earth s destiny. For Pyrrhus began his real attempt at Universal Conquest by crossing the Adriatic and declaring War on Rome. He did this on the pretence of helping the greek cities in Southern Italy that resented roman Rule. With 26,000 men and a Herd of trained War elephants Pyrrhus began his March against Rome. The sight of an elephant was unknown in Italy and the great beasts presence struck mortal terror everywhere. The people were paralysed with fear. Rome summoned All her soldiery and vassals and met Pyrrhus at Heraclea near the Gulf of Tarentum. It was a furious Battle and the italians fought gallantly in defense of their land. But the elephants unnerved them and stampeded their horses. Their closest ranks could not withstand the irresistible charges of the maddened Asiatic brutes. Rome s army was at length forced to Retreat. But Pyrrhus forces were so shattered and crippled by the Battle that they could not pursue their advantage. They had won n Victory that was costlier than a defeat. The term a pyrrhic Victory used in designating some worse than Barren Triumph had its Rise from this incident. The following year Pyrrhus again met and Defeated the roman legions at As Culum but was once More so weakened by the conflict that he derived no gain from it he fell Back on Sicily a greek province and there so offended by his ideas of despotism the people s love for Liberty that he lost All Chance of Aid from them. In 276 b. 0. He again invaded Italy but by this time Rome was prepared against his coming. At a Battle near Beneventus he was utterly routed and retreated to Epirus. He never again attempted to conquer Rome. His dream of world Empire had been a fizzle simply because it was civilization and not barbarism that he had attacked. A beaten barbarian is a panic stricken creature ready to Fawn and Grovel before his conqueror. An educated civilized nation is never wholly beaten Alexander by the very Fame of his deeds struck terror to the hearts of the Purs Lenjis. The Fame and armies of Pyrrhus backed by the War elephants creatures As terrible and unusual of aspect to the italians of old As the Dinosaur would be to modern men could Only temporarily baffle the roman Republic. Where there is a True Republic there must be thought. Where there is thought there can be no real or permanent defeat. Pyrrhus a year or so after his Retreat was killed in a Street fight in Argos a woman dropping tile on his head from a window is he was slaying her son. To die at the hand of a woman was in those Days the direst possible disgrace for a Warrior. So for centuries thereafter the Fate of Pyrrhus was pointed out As a warning to would be world conquerors. Alexander living at an earlier Day and having All conditions in his favor had for the time made himself master of the known world. But he had not attacked a foe More civilized than himself. He had momentarily bound the destiny of the Earth to his whim. But at his death the Bonds had flown asunder. From time to time in history some one Man has risen above his Fellows dominated them and Bent them to his will. But Only momentarily. A there can be no one Man or one nation Rule. The Only permanent ruler As All history shows in countless instances is the free will of the people. Coat frock of purple a a  striking costume is u Kasha coat frock of purple with bodice rather fitted skirt full with tiny revers of White Broadcloth and ecclesiastical embroidery of Gold and Silver on the Collar front and pockets is Well As the snug lower Section of the full Lego Mutton sleeves. Culture and sincerity it May be observed already that in the most intellectual society of capitals men Are constantly More outspoken before women than they Are in the provincial Middle classes. Where women have most culture men Are most open and sincere. Indeed Tho highest culture has a direct tendency to command sincerity in others both because it is tolerant of variety in opinion and because it is so penetrating that dissimulation is Felt to be of no q. Hamerton. Yeast Foan the Best Way to learn to Cook begin making bread. Home bread Inkeri everywhere prefer it Send for free Boodet the Art of baking bread Nof Thwe Stem feast co. 1730 n. Ashland ave., Chicago  Tjw la dust Zoc cloth made of especially Woren labile More Peus Tot Only 10 cents and free Taro weeks dusting Supply of liquid veneer. Nothing Uke it Tot dusting. A Lew drops on Youro loth removes All dust Jet and blemishes instantly and leaves tour piano furniture Woodwork spotlessly clean and beautifully polished. . Piano people use it to improve their Brand . Send for your of bbl bottle today you la be delighted. Remember we include a big 26c la debt cloth if you Send 10 0ont miss this Opportunity. Buffalo specially company liquid veneer bid to bum. Of n. I. Earn Money during the summertime we have an Opportunity for Yon to earn from five to ten dollars per Day throughout the summer. The work is pleasing requires no past experience. You have nothing to sell no Money to collect and Yon get your remittance weekly. The Bertha studios p. O. Box 113 Springfield mass. Wanted progressive Farmers. South a. Pecans poultry vegetables. Ten acres and a Home free. Nothing to buy. Ideal climate investigate. Runaldo . Stubborn sores and inflammation quickly yield to Resinol i tomorrow alright ape Rient Adda tone and vigor to the digestive and Eliminative Eya tem. Improve the appetite Rel Svea sick headache and bilious Ness corrects constipation. Josed for Over Quality dark Blue foxes Silver foxes Mink. Ten years breeder. Free Booklet Price list. Credit plan. Low prices. Repro. Wed. Grover Cleary Fox farms Smith bldg. Seattle. Fob Sale brass specially manufacturing business established 30 years. Owner retires wealthy. Factories Mill Supply houses r. A b Are buyers. Box 63. Be. Brie. A. Security land and sayings co. La Grande Oregon Grande Rondo Valley. Farms Stock ranches and exchanges. Tell us what you want in first letter. Niay be Fob May fever asthma Catarrh and summer head colds. Money Back Relief guarantee. Send Dollar. Hay a company. Dunn bldg., it. Worth. Texas. Miami fla., mortgages. Several High Clae 1st mortgages on close in Miami fla., prop from $1,000 to $100,000 8% net mtg. And principal guar. A. H. Peterson. Walnut. 111. Man Hustler to sell guaranteed shrubs Trees Etc. Quick del., pay wkly. Advance to dist. Or St. Mgr. A. Agents. Garden Craft nurseries. Chicago Heights. I1l chips off Hie old Block juniors Lettla m a one third the regular dose. Made of same ingredients then Candy coated. For children and adults an sold by your druggist. Prospector gone from Klondike Gold Region the richest Gold Aren in alaskan was not far from the site of Carpi ask s discovery along Bonanza and Eldorado creeks. The finest vein was the Eldorado pay Strenk four Miles Long which yielded Gold to the value of $1,200 a running foot. The whole Klondike Region s highest yield was in 1900 when ?22,000,000 was taken out. To 191 the total production was about ,?1g2,000,000. Before 1906 the annual production had been greatly reduced and by 1910 the richest gravels had All been worked out. Dawson the next year had dropped in population to 3,103, while the prospector and his pan had Long since Given Way As in other Placer regions to the Well organized and economical equipment of the Syndicate and the corporation. it Parker s hair Balsam remotes Dandruff stops hair Falony restores color and Beauty to Gray and faded hair 60c and $1.00 at druggists. The Fox Chera. Wks.,. Hinder corns be Motu corns. Callouses Etc., tops All pain ensures Comfort to toe feet makes Walt lag easy. 16c by mall or at druggists. Hiscox chemical works fact Bogie h. X. If Tou have ? 1,000 for investment in a business with steady income Send $2.00 for samples and information. Investment will be secure Money Back if not interested. H. Marmorstein 2523 n. Halsted. Chicago. 111. Wanted to buy jewelry store in town population 3,000 or More. Will pay Cash. M. N. Of. Care 1110 Hartford bldg. Chicago ill. Rheumatism Lumbago neuritis Quick Relief guaranteed. Or. Starr 133 b. 47th St. Chicago 111. We want to but radio or electrical inventions. Patented or unpatented. What have you world radio corporation. 307 13th St. N. W., Washington. D. C. Why not own your own business Hake and sell your own merchandise from prove chemical formulas. Big profits. Write b. I Maywood. 208 Euclid Arcade. Cleveland. Of. For Sale Baker and residence two oven Plant. Five House to House routes. Large growing City or. Chicago. $15,000 Cash. Beat proposition. 968 Columbia. Hammond. Ind. Writers discouraged when mss. Return. Need our help. Make mss. Professional expert criticism. 5.000 words. $1. Van Cleave Johnson 1110 Hartford bldg., Chicago. 3s0 acres Good Corn farm Kandiyohi county Minnesota. Want general merchandise Stock or Florida land for equity $20,000. J. Tennant Lake Worth. Fla. N. U., Chicago no. 29--1926. Cut Cura soothes itching on retiring gently rub spots of Dandruff and itching with Cut Cura ointment. Next morning shampoo with Cut Cura soap and hot water. Make them your everyday toilet preparations and have a Clear skin and soft White . Rocks of mystery near the town of Carnero kan., Are two mushroom rocks. One is �14 feet High and the other 20. Rising right out of the Prairie says nature Magazine pow this Sandstone formation got there is a mystery of the Ages unless some one in the audience can come Forward with an answer promoting silk culture mrs. Rose Castiglione of Taconis wash., is endeavouring to establish sericulture on puget sound. She obtained 3,000 silkworm eggs from Italy. To incubate them she wrapped them carefully placed them next to her body and let the heat Hatch them. She has put them on a Mulberry Leaf diet and expects to know soon whether silk can be grown profitably in that climate. Ladies we pay $6 per Hundred for gilding greeting ends pleasant easy work write immediately. Marguery card Shoppe 137 East 43rd St n. Y. Adv. A fair game they were discussing card games and friends. Well she plays a fair game of Bridge does t she one asked. Yes when she is watched the other Curtly replied. Time discover Tii Sophocles All things. Auldren cry for Catoma Mother Fletcher s Castoria is especially prepared to relieve infants in arms and children All Ages of constipation flatulence wind Colic and diarrhoea allaying feverish Ness arising therefrom and by regulating the stomach and bowels aids the assimilation of food giving natural sleep. To avoid imitations always look for the signature of absolutely harmless no opiates. Physicians everywhere i Amend it 7734

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