Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
7 Jun 1918

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7 Jun 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Postville, Iowa The Postville Herald. 1mm set after mews late incidents gathered from Over the state one and Ulnaty none hundredths of an Inch of rain fell in the Vicinity Oides Moines in Leiss than 24 hours recently. The Board of education of the Sioux City schools authorized the introduction of compulsory military training in the entire High school course. A decided reduction in prices for wheat Mill feeds has been ordered by the United states food administration according to a bulletin from Burlington. Carl Calvnese. Of Charlton reported killed in action in France is probably the first son of a civil War Veteran to give up his Lite in the present Foht. Mrs. Mary Mcconnelle of Atlantic a been officially notified of the death of her son. Private Irwin o. Mcconnelle from wounds received in action in France May 15. Soldiers at Camp Dodee Are readers. This Camp stands third in the United states in the number of books in circulation. Camp Sherman in first and Camp Funston is second. Coe College presbyterian of Cedar rapids and Lander College United Brethren formerly known As Western College of Toledo will consolidate be for the next College term according to a recent announcement. Thousands of dollars Worth of damage resulted from a Ball and rain storm that visited tie Southern part of Burlington recently. Some of the hailstones by actual weight tipped the Scales at Over halt a Pound. Guslaur Seoul Suelt a 22 Yean old of Delta although born in Germany bus asked the Des Monea recruiting office for permission to enlist. He Camo to this country in 1913 and one taken out his first naturalization papers. The state fuel administration has made it request to the Federal fuel administration for a Supply of Anthracite Coal As nearly equal to that of the season 1916-1917 As possible which approximated 400,0ih� tons. In line with action taken by numerous other Iowa societies the Iowa osteopathic association in convention in Des Moines recently adopted Roco rations boycotting German made goods and supplies for the next fifty years. Fifty two head of Aberdeen Angus cattle recently sold for $7i,u00 at Patrick Donahue s farm at Hobrook. Two of the Calmas brought More than 111.000. This ale Breaks All Price records for such a Aue in Iowa and the world. Every Young Man in the state who arrived at the age of 21 at any time from june 1917, to june 5, 1 1s. Was required to Register on the the Rico which make it even More painful if that is possible. It is not in aspired solely by the systematic Des i put Lam and immorality cynically j adopted by Germany it is not a pure unadulterated application of any Doc i Trine it Springs from a pc it tone Lack of morality and from n Well Spring of Virions animalism which psychologists have so often detected in the German Wood. Not he adds that i am so foolish is to hold that All germans Are Low malignant and hrs Tel but it can he mild without hesitation that such is generally speaking their psychical Typo More or less emphasized that such Are their in ctn characteristics As appears from innumerable facts gathered from the lips of our repatriates of every seasonable suggestions. Try these Fisli Halls put n to blk spoonful of butter in a Saucepan add the same Quantity of flour and when smooth stir in a half cupful of sour Cream remove from the lire and add n beaten egg Salt and Pepper to Tusto Ntuli a cupful of fish that has been pounded to n paste. Cool and shape into balls Ftp in egg and crumbs and Brown in hot int. Servo with sauce Mude from the Bones simmered in water to cover Strain and thicken with Ilour and butter cooked together. Lemon n Tablespoon Ful of rated horseradish with the rated rinds of four Lemons add three teaspoonfuls of Salt the juice of the Lemons and two tablespoonfuls each of Mustard and celery seed four cloves and a dish of red Pepper. Boll 30 minutes and put Newny six weeks. This is Fine to serve with fish. Currant mint in Small pieces two thirds of a Pluss of currant Jelly add one and n half Tea spoonfuls of finely chopped mint and the grated Rind of a Quarter of in Orange. Servo with Mutton. Barbecued n thick slice of Ham and remove the surplus fat which May be Fried out and saved for various uses. Cover Tho Ham with lukewarm water and let stand an hour. Drain wipe and put into to hot pan to Brown Well Oil both sides. Remove the hum and to the int in the pan add three tablespoonfuls of vinegar mixed with one teaspoonful of Mustard one Hilf ton spoonful of sugar and a few dashes of paprika. When Well heated pour Over Tho Ham. Barley flour a it Elf cupful of shortening three table spoonfuls of milk three teaspoonfuls of baking powder teaspoonful each of cloves and cinnamon a cupful of sugar two cupfuls of Barley flour a teaspoonful of allspice a Lulf ten spoonful of Salt and a cupful of chopped dotes. Roll and Cut or drop from a Teaspoon. A hit of Lemon Jelly left Over from n previous meal if combined with a few stewed prunes and a bit of Cream will make a most Dainty dessert. Old bed spreads May be Cut into Santl sized cloths for lunch tables Tho smaller bits used for Wash cloths. Tea loaves should be saved for sweeping Days. Squeezed dry and placed in a Cool place they May be moistened when ready to use. Music when Cott voices die vibrates in the to Weinot. Doors when Sweet violets sicken within Tho sense Ulicy quicken. Timely tips. This is the season of the year when looking Over old treasures and unused hut still useful articles to pass them on. To somebody who 1ms Little they would be both useful and acceptable. The Wise housewife these Days does not unless obliged by decorators or painters tear up the whole House so that there is no place for Tho weary Man to Lay his head or rend the evening paper. The housewife of today cleans and settles a room at a time and when ills help is not needed the Man of the House is not aware that House Clenn ing is in Progress. The household upheavals of former Days Are now extinct for which we Are thankful. When possible save Tho old curtains so that they May be Hung each time while the new cur towns being laundered or dry denied. It takes but a few moments to hang them and it Means much to the attractiveness of the room. Soak Point brushes in kerosene then wish in hot soapsuds and they will become pliable again. A never failing remedy for a tender skin which might become n bed sore is to hither it freely with Casttle soap letting it dry on. Soda applied to a Burn either from not like old Days men of Middle age indulge in comparisons Lack of Thrift in rising generation especially subject of comment finally thoroughly convinced the world do two plainly dressed substantial looking men of fifty or thereabouts were discussing the High Cost of living dying and every other old thing while having their shoes polished in n place just Oft Tern old Square. Ono was saying he could t figure How persons of Small ensuing capacity were in Nair or to keep body and soul together. The other ventured Tho opinion that the class of persons to referred to were not entitled to Tho sympathy they were getting been Uso their stand Ned of living was out of nil proportion to their pay envelopes. When we were youngsters Back in the Middle West the second Man wont on we considered ourselves Lucky if we pot some Plain schooling and three fairly Square meals n Day. We Hail pennies where the average boy in this town has dimes and quarters. After we came to new York to waited until we were fairly Well established before we indulged la even Small luxuries. It seems to to that Small wage earners Winve lost nil sense of even is he spoke there came in illustration of his remarks in the person of n messenger boy who climbed info the next seat and directed the Boot Lack to polish his russet shoes and put in new laces. After giving this order the boy bit n five cent bar of chocolate in half took n cigarette from n ten cent package and then settled Down to rend a Ngn zone that had Cost 10 cents. The two men exchanged amused glances. That boy s Shine and refreshments Ace no drawback to service. There is no such thing is n retired Patriot one is never too old to Render some service to one s this sentiment of sirs. Richard Flower ninety four years old has impelled her to become one of the lending red Cross workers of new Orleans. Since the declaration of War she has knitted it dozen sweaters eight pairs of socks and Many helmets mufflers and washcloths. The red Cross authorities highly pulse mrs. Flower s Industry and say that her example has been invaluable. She not Only works every Day it the production of red articles but also keeps a resist of the War news in the papers. She has assisted in several entertainments for the Benefit of Tho red Cross. Mrs. Flower has rented a family of five sons and three daughters. One of her sons wus the late mayor Flower of new Orleans. There to Good for a who will Brook no for those who Liopo there la gladness still let keep the Pat " turd and sing a song As we climb the Hill. Forc in demand for our chemicals. There is every indication that permanent markets Are being steadily gained by american manufacturers of chemical products in All parts of the world remarks popular mechanics Ngn Rene. In the first nine months of 1917 the total exports in this line were $141,-000,000, As compared with $121,000,000 in the corresponding period in 1910, and $54,000,000 in the first three Junr ters of 1015. In connection with this rapid expansion students of foreign Commerce Are pointing out the necessity of making our Export goods absolutely reliable in purity and strength. Even slight carelessness in these particulars would do incalculable Barm at this time. Good things for the table. Bits of left Over fish May a used in salads in a White sauce to serve on tons or put through a Sieve and added to a souffle make n most satisfying dish. Corn tamale. Cook together a can of Corn a half can of tomatoes one cupful of Cornmeal und two cupfuls of corned beef. Add one onion two Well beaten eggs and Salt and Pepper to season. Serve with a sauce made from half a can of Tomato a tablespoonful of onion juice n dish of red Pepper and two tablespoonfuls such of butter and flour cooked together. Beef two pounds of flunk beef until tender put the meat through the grinder and add to the meat liquor Cornmeal to thicken Cook until thoroughly done add the meat and seasonings to taste. Pour into n Mold and use for frying when sliced in thick slices a nos will keep some time if kept Cool. Braided liver with string Beans. Wish a calf s liver and Bird it with Bacon. Roll in flour season with suit Pepper and celery Salt. Cook the liver in a Saucepan with a Little Bacon fat. When Well seared Over add five slices of Carrot one half an onion two sprigs of Parsley a bit of by Leaf one Clove two Pepper corns and two cupfuls of Brown Stock or water. Cover closely and bake in moderate oven two and n Hanif hours busting five times during the cooking. Add two Publ spoonfuls of Orange juice pour Over the liver and Servo surrounded with hot seasoned string Beans. Steak with or pan a i the lire or Sun will relieve the pain. Jiuu a Muho my moisten the soda and continue to add and other things will Cost him fifty moisture is it dries. J five cents said the Man who had been pineapple juice und Honey Tonako a doing most of the talking. Honest in cough syrup and one which the i i Don t think i spent that much in a Fine cough Alrui Little people will not refuse if n fish Bone or any Sharp substance is swallowed Swallow the White of in egg immediately this Coats Over the Sharp edges and pro tocts the stomach and intestines. A hot Raisin with a Grain or two \ of red Pepper wrapped in it is Good j for n Toothache or an earache. Put a Little Lemon or Ornge juice i in the spoon before filling with Castor Oil. It will go Down with less pro j test. J use popped Corn instead of crop \ tons with the Tomato soup thus inv lug wheat and giving your family treat at the same time. I a Little vinegar put on the hands will soften them when roughened by work or wind. The air is Rich with Sweet perfume. For Tho Apple Trees Are All a Bloom and the Birds make song Tho whole Day Long. Serving beef hearts. Month when i was Bis nor i laughed the other. And it was n great Lark when we Wero boys to Shine our own shoes. When we Felt real wicked to smoked Elynn Mon cigarettes. A couple of cents would buy enough material to provide smokes for a whole and a live cent thriller was passed from one boy to another until All the youngsters in town had rem1, it added his Friend. They stole another look at Tho Young plutocrats sighed deeply and left the place shaking their Heads. Crossing the Street in this contemplative mood they barely escaped being it Nuckid Down by a youth on n motorcycle and we used to feel real reckless on our velocipede mused York evening Telegram. Spying on spies. Spy spies on spy in Germany. Tho office bolder sex ambassador Gerard writes in Tho London times fears the spies of his rivals. I often to. ,. Ici irs uie spies or its Novais. I often Man in Zut a rfcs i i 51111,1 t0 is Bolding High of lace different sections and it is never Safe during the War this Strain is break to say that certain kinds you Down ,01 Day in your of of meat Are Low in Price. Face. Tunkl in not Cannon off my 1 come w0 the snoo.1s with a a the invariable an waste and when the Cost j Rwjr wits to c limit be of lies we is reasonable it makes a fairly economical dish. If the heart is to be cooked whole it should to carefully washed to remove All blood then the in learn it from their spies and would spread the report that i neglect business " Gorman spies Are adepts it opening bags steaming letters All the old tricks. The easiest Way to baffle i them or. Gerard says is to write edible portion and the nothing that cannot be published to arteries Are remove 1 .0 Worford r to Law of Tel. He beginning of the War i was too Busy to write the weekly report of Foll Clyl gossip usually sent Home by Diplomatist. I suppose the germans searched our courier bugs for such a report vainly. Anyway its absence finally got on the nerves of so much that one any to blurted out j Don t you Ever write reports to your government " arteries Are removed and it is ready to stuff or Cook in any any desired. When stuffing Cut through the right and left sections to there la but one cavity to fill. A stuffing of sausage meet to which an onion or two finely chopped is mixed makes a most Savory dish. Sage with a Little onion for flavor is another combination with Brend crumbs which is Well liked. Egg butter and Salt and Pepper Are All needed to Mike n Savory stuffing. A heart simply stewed until tender then sliced cold makes a Good dish. Tho seasoning should be to added to the sauce while cooking so that the intent Wilt be seasoned All through. Beef heart stuffed and served sliced cold with any desired meat a miscue. Sir f. B. Smith told n queue Story it a in Shengtou luncheon. There Are so Many queues in eng land now he said that one is Apt to get mixed Young Patuc Rlynn Soldier passed tour hours in a very Long queue the other any. His spirits were Superb lie amused everybody with his quips and sallies. But he uttered a Low cry of do Sony when his turn it inst Camei end n girl thrust n Small Greasy packet in his hand saying " no Tea today but Here s n Nice half ounce of lung Porlene Well i la be Jig gered said Tho american. Is this or Ain t it the gallery Entrance to the frivolity theater " not quite. It was the sure Wuy Tho Caveman took to secure his Ludy love by pursuing her and knocking her of i Don t know. Even then it was a Case of hit and his sort Molly s husband is n Fine Manly Young fellow in t lie Well from what i have seen of him when with her 1 should say he is something of a Molly the state of the Case. While making these allegations Tho witness shed Crocodile How could that be when he was in Alligator opposing attacks. So Smith s friends squarely at tacked him for Bis stand on that yes and roundly denounced very sarcastic. 1 new artificial leather. The base of the artificial leather developed within the years is some Cotton feb rec thick or thin which constitutes about three fourths of the weight of the finished mater no. This is treated with n pesto of varying com j position including nitrocellulose Oil sauce is another Way of serving this and some lend colouring matter As e9� dish. J sent no ingredients then n thin eel. Calf s heart in . Lloid finish is Given and the Grain the heart and stuff with any desired of the leather imitated by being passed stuffing. Arrange n half cupful of onions and carrots in a casserole then any in Tho heart. Sprinkle with suit Pepper and paprika dredge with hour through special pressure Rolls. This product said to Cost about a third is much As genuine leather has been adopted for a great variety of Pur no Back door. A crowded elevator stopped with a shudder it the ninth floor of one of the Large of lace buildings in the City. The operator called out nine Noa a a nun or pan one volunteered to follow his Sugges i Broil a Steak Cut in halves four tuition however arid a crowd was wait Annas and any them in the Pun Spryn ing to get on. Step Back in the car j Kle with bits of butter and serve when please said the operator As the crowd Well heated through with the Steak on nine a tarted to push its Wuy in i buy occasionally a bottle of Good when All but one Hud squeezed in and sauce Tho collection will last for the operator had repeated his request years and dishes will be made More a Small boy piped up in a compressed appetizing by n Plbrich of Curry or a sounding voice say mister there teaspoonful of mushroom catchup. The Hain t no Buck door to this Cost will not he noticed if they Are Diao polls news. Not purchased at once. A a u4. The fat with three of flour adding two cupfuls of boiling water. Serve Watt the Gravy and vegetable around the infinitesimal capacity. What do you think jiggers is wasting of How Well to can drive a drive a car Why that dub can t even drive a sunny Miko i Don t Blu Rae Dat dog of yours for Tryon to bite me. Lady Why not because it shows his intelligence do last Totne i came Ilia Way i handed him n piece of pie you gave works both ways. Tho Moro to got you be heard before Tho Moro we want and yet it often works this Way Tho More to want the less to got. Fortunate Man. Weary soy mister would yous i mind Sinkln n pore Man wot Ain t got no Home t a few pennies or Jar got no Home Sny old fellow you Ore playing in Groat Luck Why you can stay out All night any1 old Elmo you want to. And automobiles but As n Motel no for the uppers of shoes it no Peers to be 8tul in the i roeos8 of development heart a la Francale Tonko a half cupful of Breud crumbs two tablespoonfuls of finely chopped suet n makes a difference. The Young Man before marriage is Light and Gay. She s All Tho world to Why does to look so careworn aft of mar rage he has Tho world on his shoulder 4 i 5 f. O. B. The Kitchen door. Co it with your Hoe or if you Are too progressive to use that implement Outi ii in progressive to use that implement teaspoonful of minced Parsley some the full suite of modern Earth tools Sweet herbs Salt and Pepper and an1 will do just is Well. Whatever you egg for binding. Stuff the heart with brow in Tho Yard this year 1b of o. B. Tills and fasten Well with n string your own Back door. It does not need Hub the heart Over with melted fat to be crated or hauled no Busy station and fold in a buttered paper or n a agent will have to waybill and per bag used for cooking. Host for Tom with it no freight handler need three and a half hours. Servo Gnu worry Over the strength of its packing Nishey with up lunch and Brown sauce cose. Probably your vegetables would tomatoes As a vegetable May Acom not fill a whole freight car but fancy Pany this dish. What five or ten million times your own output would mean in Tho Way of terminal congestion und track space. Try o. B. The Kite Hea door is u Glogau Collier s weekly. The real match. A Sho s quit trying to land a Rich i Man for a yes. She says she d pass up a Roll 5 lion Airo any time now to marry an off. _ car in Tho army or Tho 5"1 prussian a Fhlona. Tho Iron Cross is still highly teemed i should say so. So Many of them no worn now that they Are a regular a a Between girls. Young ladles in offices meet Many Nice i Date mak0 Nony that s what i think could got a husband myself if i could give my chaperone the slip once in a while c

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