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17 Jun 1926

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17 Jun 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1926, Postville, Iowa Cabin lilo la a poet Strong Ana True Wiio loves wild thy Ina acid Conoy \ Dewi a " Ift Lance Loho a Brown bae work Sod sings  i with morning Frith near on hta we offs and a Golden Burdon on Hla i thighs i Tho pollen dust of Centurion. Mauro Thompson. Al the to la 11� 11111-11 1-h-1 la How to keep Well -�.-. Or. Frederick r. Green editor of health he a h he Lam he my a he a a. Nil fish 1 Pipero is in old saying that Small a should swim twice once in water and once in Oil a Lilli we infer to mean that they should be Fried in deep fat. When buying fish select Fisli with a firm flesh red Gills and Bright eyes. As soon As it la caught if possible scale it at once Placo in a cold place and serve oked within a Short time. If the Fisli bought in the Market give it the Nie treatment. To Boll the fish Core uly dust Well with Bolt and wrap 1 i cheesecloth Well tied up. Drop into oiling water add a teaspoonful of it a Bay Leaf a sprig of Parsley a of onion and a bit of celery River the Kettle and just Bummer ten a Lutes to the Pound. Lift out care Illy and turn thrash von a folded Asp Ken on a hot Platter Garnish with non quarters and Parsley and serve Tetli drawn butter sauce planked White May Servo planked Flash at Home in All its per Ion. Secure a two Inch Plank made a Hardwood Hickory Tinaple or Oak a Groove running round the Edge o inches from the Edge will hold the Ces a Plank Cut Oblong a foot or Little More will be Long enough Ese planks May be purchased in y Uton Sll store. Have the fish split in Down the Back and Lay it Byln de Down on the Plank which has pre Ousby been heated so hot that it can to be handled without a Holder. Place a hot oven and bake a half hour or Tiger when the fish is done Garnish e Plank with mashed potato Parsley d Lemon. Set the Plank on a hot utter and serve. the Ank is used the better the flavor rape it after using wrap carefully d it will keep for years growing Ore valuable with use. If one wishes Cook the Flash before an open fire cd it on the Plank and stand it bore the Are. Jellied Chicken sweetbreads land he Are All used As sickroom foods. Fresh and stuff the i with buttered crumbs Sweet herbs of Parsley and an egg. Tie up d spread with butter. Bake in a operate oven until the fish Falls from e Bones. Serve with Fried tomatoes d Rolls of broiled Bacon. Fresh Trout the most delicious of nil eating. My in butter shortly after being ought they Are a Flash lit for the gods fruit cocktails. There can be no More appetizing be a Ling for a summer meal than n fruit cocktail. They should be served very cold in glasses or in fruit cups of Lemon Orange or grape fruit Tomato is one of the vegetables that is often served As cocktail As it is so much like fruit in preparing fruits for cocktails two legs should be remembered. Tho it should stand in the syrup or fruit be until Well sweetened. The sugar up is prepared by boiling together i As much sugar As water until a 6lrup is made. R 9, 10j6, won Orn Union making new arms to it is True As. A philosopher said a that to is a Benefactor to Mankind who makes two Blades of Gruss grow where Ono grew before what shall to say of a surgeon who makes two arms grow on a crippled boy where none grew before one of the strange and inexplicable freaks of nature is the occasional birth of children with no arms. -4vhat these rare deformities no one knows. _ popular belief is that they Are duo to parental impression that the Mother a few months before the birth of the child has had some strange and startling experience. But usually the exp Lannon is found after the child s birth and is changed to match the deformity. In the Case of a Chicago boy while the explanation was insult Clent there was no question about the deformity. The unfortunate baby was born without any arms and even without any signs of arms. Yet at the age of twelve lie was an unusually Bright boy and strange to Sny had shown marked ability in drawing. How could he draw he Learned to hold a Pencil Between his right Cheek and shoulder. He could not Only draw but write. He Learned to hold a scroll saw with his right foot and so saw out wooden toys holding a stick Between his Cheek mid shoulder and hitting the keys with the stick he became an expert typist. Certainly such a boy deserved help. His principal grievance was that he had no sleeves in his shirt and coat. He wanted arms like other boys. At twelve he was carefully examined by u surgeon who found no signs externally of even rudimentary arms. But the a Ray showed on each Side buried under the skin n Small piece of Bone Only about three inches Long All there was of the Arm Bones. On these As n foundation the surgeon began to make him new arms. The fragments of Bone were freed from the skin except at the upper end. The Muscles were loosened and wrapped around the Little Bones and the whole covered with skin flaps. After the operation wounds Henley the stumps were exercised and tie Muscles developed until now six years after the first operation the boy has two stumps one live and one fourth and the other six and three Quarter inches Long to which artificial arms have been fitted. He is now attending the Art Institute and learning to be an artist. And what do you think made him happiest when he got his new arms the fact that in eating his lunch at school he could hold a Fork and spoon in his artificial hands and eat like other boys and not Lap like a Kitty this Momm is jumper Frost Are popular Manteau de voyage from Paris Jileck or with a self color skirt in crepe they May be worn everywhere. Somehow Manteau de voyage seems to convey to the Nind. Something More pleasurable than our Plain English travelling coat does something More than Mere travel is suggested by the Graceful French Terra. One has visions of comfortable v Jour Neys and pleasure picturesque places when the conversation to Oil loot & Elmo Scott Watson to 1920, Western now paper Union Captain Worley s Short career Nehb career of Captain Worley As pirate was a Short but extremely Busy one. Worley began his life As a Manteau de voyage and a hint of ele pirate in september 1718 when he Gance is embodied in these two Coats assembled a company of eight Des sent Over by Lelong and o Lossen for Perate characters in new York be our vacation journey legs. Cured a Small open boat provisioned picking out jumper frocks must a stand somewhere near the head of the list of favorite pastimes with the rank and file of women this season. For sports and near sports und for nil daytime Wear they Are promoting Tho two piece Vogue in their summer wardrobes. The two piece dress 1ms, therefore been developed in numberless pretty informal varieties and appears even among evening costumes but for sports and general summer daytime Wear it stands at the lore Are n Good Many mediums a. Used for making two piece dresses i Lelong has Given to the coat at the with a Keg of water a few biscuits a but flannel in White or High and pastel left the smartest of All smart style dried Tongue six old muskets and a Small amount of ammunition and set out for Newcastle Del. There they seized a Shallop plundered it and returned to their own Small boat in which they sailed Back Down the River and took a Sloop belonging to a mulatto named Felack Robbin. Then they abandoned their boat and sailed away in this Sloop but a few Days later having captured another Sloop from Hull which was a better changed to this one. By this time the hews of their exploits had spread All along the coast and the government was roused to action. H. M. S. Phoenix a vessel of 20 guns  was sent in search of the pirates but in the meantime Worley had sailed for the Bahamas where he k captured another Sloop and a Brigantine by pirate Leader had a Crew of 26 men and a fast ship. Off the Cape of Virginia the pirate sighted two sloops which he believed were making for the James River in an Effort to escape from him. In reality they were armed vessels which had been sent out to Hunt him Down but he Little suspected that. He sailed his ship in Between them to Cut them off and broke out his Black Flag. Upon seeing this the citizens of Jamestown thought that a Fleet of three pirate ships had come to loot the town and they began hurried preparation to defend it. Then they were amazed to. See the three pirate ships begin fighting among themselves. For some time the Battle went on and Worley s Freebo Oters gave a Good account of themselves even with the great Odds against them. Then the fighting became hand to hand and the pirates except the Captain and one other were killed. The two were desperately wounded but they lived Long enough to be placed on trial and convicted the next Day. Then they were summarily hanged before death from their wounds could save them from just punishment. Can t overcome Power ascribed to evil Eye the Power of the evil Eye is greatly feared by immigrant mothers who use All sorts of charms to protect their babies from it according to an article in Hygeia Manga zone. The difficulty in persuading foreign families to have medical attention is cd Lily duo to the belief in the evil Eye and similar Powers of darkness against which a Mere physician would to helpless they argue. Most of the immigrant women refuse u male physician attend them during childbirth preferring the ignorant midwife who follows the customs of their native country. The result is an appalling loss of life of both mothers and infants in childbirth. The grandmothers have tremendous influence in the immigrant families. The Young mothers fear and obey them thus making it extremely difficult for health workers to persuade them to have medical attention. Cult Cura for pimply faces. To remove pimples and blackheads smear them with Cut Cura ointment. Wash off in five minutes with Cut Cura soap and hot water. Once Clear keep your skin Clear by using them for Dally toilet purposes. Don t fail to in elude Cuti Curn Talcum. Advertisement. Eastern artist in China mrs. R. N. Macleod sister of Admiral sir Arthur Leveson and wife of a prominent Shanghai barrister is the Only european artist who has a studio in Shanghai. Mrs. Macleod has specialized in chinese sketches and chinese portraits and has persuaded Many prominent chinese to sit for her. This is rather difficult in the Case of old fashioned chinese As they Are not especially sympathetic with Western methods of painting. The Oid fashioned chinese thought that All portraits should be painted with a full front View and without shadows indicating the disposition of Light. Allen s foot ease for tired feel ii can t is beat at night when your feet Are tired euro and swollen from much walking or Dnn Cong Sprinkle two Auen sr00t-f ask powders in the foot Bath gently rub the sore and inflamed parts and Rollet is like magic. Shake Allen Ifrael Eam into your shoes in to morning and Wilk in Comfort. It takes the friction from Tho boo. Sold everywhere. For Frei Sample and a foot enso walking doll ludic is Allen s loot ease. Be key. N. T. Summer Camps a he eight years since the War and especially the last five years hav seen a tremendous development of the summer Camp idea. How much of this wus due to the experience of 9,000,000 men in the training Camps during 1017 and 1918 it is impossible to Sny. But it is certain that thousands of Young men dwellers All their lives in houses found the outdoor life of tie training Camps not Only More healthful but also far More enjoyable than any they had Ever known. Another probable Factor in develop the menu following should always ins a fondnes9 for outdoor life has considered when preparing a cock been Nuto Obue which has taken millions outdoors and has Given them a taste for tie Joys and benefits of camping out. A third Factor has been the work of anti tuberculosis associations which have urged outdoor Cali is not Only in the summer but All the year round As the Best and surest Way of recovering from tuberculosis or consumption which is essentially a House disease. But besides All these reasons sum Mer Camps for boys and girls have developed a remarkable popularity not As a Means of curing disease but As a definite any of preventing it. For the growing child who spends eight or nine months in the school room there is nothing so Benefice no or which aids so much in the health growth and development of tie child is two Mouths out of doors in the Woods where in trained instructors Tho child can or syrup this is especially Dell learn not Book knowledge but Pratl Var v. 0s� Wlla enj0y ule Ginger Cal subjects such As swimming div. 8 not wls9 to add Lungi canoeing nature study of Birds Trees Flowers and animals and Enn come Home in the fall brow Strong and healthy ready for the next win Ter s school work. The present Day school system whether Public or private has a Gap from the time school closes in the a prong until tie time when it opens in ,11. If a vegetable cocktail to which lad dressing is added is served tie and for that menu May be omitted. 10 Small Pear shaped yellow Toma make most attractive serving by May be combined with fruit which s a decided flavor like pineapple in with a Little diced or cubed Pear d a fruit sauce the combination thus lag Well Flavoured. A Plano nipple and Raspberry Combina i is also Good it 1b hard to find any Caslon when the flavor of pineapple not enjoyed. One of the most attractive cocktails look at is made by using Tho heart a Well ripened Watermelon. Cut a shaped pieces a Ltd. A French to to Cutter serve vol a a chilled Lemon pineapple sugar syrup. Prepared Tho " " any use Muskmelon and Canton voted syrup or sauce to a fruit which s a delicate flavor which should pre Maate. A Lemon sauce is Good As it lags out the flavor of other fruits. Equal parts of sliced peaches and one cherries marinated in sugar up and garnished with frosted mint an attractive cocktail. I Jubb cum us uus in a i ,.= diced peaches twice the amount of the fall. To Many parents this is a e. Largo blackberries treated with period of worry and anxiety. Many Lemon syrup and Flavoured with a bit fathers and mothers today Are too the Rind if liked makes another Busy to Alvo much attention to their Pular cocktail. Children during the summer. The re such fruits is prunes figs raisins suit is that for two or three month the child is left practically without any supervision. The summer Camps fill this Gap. The child for two months is kept Busy and Happy its health and diet Are cared for by experts it learns Many things it could never learn at school and it comes Home in the fall stronger healthier and happier than it was in the Spring. Simmons Pawpaw have More food be than most a acids and minerals in All fruits a valuable in the diet. The addition Stock egg or milk of course adds the nourishment of the soup. Tvs measuring heat of blow the tiny Quantity of heat caused by of eking a Nail into Wood can now be ensured and recorded by photog i a thanks to what la certainly one the most ingenious instruments or invented for engineering purses it is. Tho invention of or b. Q. Roert a Manchester. England a�,.--. .3-,s is some appetite ate More than a four headed m a meat Narket brow Job named for French Pioneer the City of Duluth minn., was named for Daniel Greysolon do but French Pioneer who came to Canada in 1670. He established the Sites of Detroit William. He died near Lake Superior in 1700. Right off the Bat who can Tell me asked the sunday school teacher the name of the first Man the first woman i con Boid Tufe Bright Little boy of the class a data ind Bufe for sports and Paa Imea v colors in Plain or striped patterns is the favorite. The Plain flannels Are used for simple unlined Coats and for severely tailored suits. The Coats Are sometimes finished with braid or Gros Grain ribbon and sometimes with Iceland Fox. On White Kasha or flannel Coats standing collars and Patch pockets in Rose or other coloured flannel Are embroidered with White Angora Wool and ensembles made up of White flannel Coats and silk frocks Are among the Best of Midsummer offerings. Gay striped flannels find their Best Field in sports clothes and Are exploited there in Many ways. The dashing jumper suit pictured has a skirt of red Yoho to and a rum bottle of requisites and that in appropriateness. There is hardly an emergency of travel that this coat could not meet it is made of a soft Wool goods in dark red and is fastened with Metal buttons. Its lines Are easy and Graceful it has an ample Scarf at the neck and simple of but exquisite Taylor Long in the finishing b_0au1 wrote it after h touches. The o Lossen coat at the. 5 it probably never was Sung by any authentic pirate in Good and right is a bit More rugged and a bit More dashing with sleeves in the rag Ian style strap decorations at the wrist and pockets and Bone buttons. It might be developed in Tweed or any Plain soft and substantial Wool fabric. Navy Blue twill is one of the most satisfactory materials for travelling two part offering flannel and a jumper in White striped Tveith red with Collar and cuffs of tie Plain flannel. One of Tho distinctive touches of this season appears in the band of Tho striped flannel stitched to the skirt and finished with red buttons. A Navy Blue flannel jackets of mannish Cut make themselves very useful in Tho summer wardrobe worn with White or pastel coloured skirts rho skirts Are nearly always plaited with the plaits arranged in groups or at one Side. Tho same jackets extend their usefulness when provided with skirts Lii Navy and White Shepherd s Coots. Very Chic models Are shown this summer with Short detachable capes buttoned to the shoulders or about the neck. Sometimes they Are lined with crepe in High contrasting color As Cherry red or chartreuse Green. The detachable Cape ,1s convenient for journeys that take one to a variety of climates. Coats o3 checked materials Ras Kasha or nov Elty. Tweed Cut on mannish lines and three Guarter. Length fit in with almost every environment. Julia Bottom lbs. Fri. J9j9, we a to in newspaper Union Black Satvir Black Stalp vies with the newer materials and colors and one is quite Safe in stating that its Vogue equals and in Many instances surpasses tie More recent novelties in the fabric world. Ostrich Feather fancies flaring velvet. Coats. Lavishly trimmed with far hate although still very air Apo in line have trailing Ostrich Feather fancies.  new styles in hats there Are Many new developments in millinery first in importance is Tho turban which is developed in Felt and in silk and in Metal next comes tho4arge hat untrimmed and. Maxee dangly smart.�.  a a a butt Wing tie. Winall thing tie in to swy ibis Coler Tomboni Itlena Are worn with the Lasart Little Oreor two place sports or Elbes a Day of piracy had passed. But Tulve words pirate song conjure up to the average person but one picture and unconsciously there runs through his mind this refrain fifteen men on the dead Man s Chest Yoho to and a bottle of rum 1" Here Are the words of that immortal song fifteen men on the dead Man s Chest Yoho to and a bottle of rum drink and the Devil had done for tha rest Yoho to and a bottle of rum. The mate was fixed by the bos n s Pike Tho bos n brained with a Mart Spike and Cooky s Throat was marked Belike it had been gripped by angers ten and there they Lay All Good dead men. Like break o Day in a booking Ken Yoho to and a bottle of rum fifteen men of a whole ship s 11st-"yo-Ho-Ho and a bottle of rum dead and be damned and the rest gone whist Yoho to and a bottle of rum the skipper Lay with his Nob in Eore where the Scullion s a his Cheek had Shore and the Scullion he was stabbed times four. And there he Lay and the soggy skies dripped All Day loner in up starting eyes at Murk Sunset and at foul Sunrise Yoho to and a bottle of rum fifteen men of pm Stilt and Stark Yoho to and a bottle of rum ten of the Crew had the murder Mark by hoho and a bottle of rum twas a outlaws swipe or an ounce of Load or a yawning Hole in a battered head and the scuppers gift with a rotting red. And there they Lay Aye Dawn my eyes All lookouts clapped on Paradise All souls b found lust contrariwise Yoho to and a bottle of rum fifteen men of pm Good and True Yoho to and a bottle of rum every Man Jack could a sailed with old Pew Yoho to and a bottle of rum there was Chest on Chest full of Spanish Gold. With a ton of plate in the Middle hold and Tho Cabin s riot of stuff untold. And they Lay there that had took Tho Plum with sightless Glare and their eyes struck dumb while we shared All by the Rule of thumb Yoho to and a bottle of rum fifteen men on the dead Man s Chest Yoho to and a bottle of rum drink and the Devil had done for the rest Yuho to and a bottle of rum we wrapped Emall in a Mainsail tight we Taloo ten turns of a hawser s bight. And we heaved pm Over and out of sight i with a to heave to and a fare be Well and o sudden plunge in the sudden swell ten fathoms deep on the Road to hell Yoho to and a Bottlo of rum sink or swim Robbins was stuck at a Little Crossroads Junction with a train two hour3 Inte. He went into the one eating place in the Village for lunch. What y want the waitress asked him As he Sut Down on the High Stool. Let me see your Bill of fare bobbins requested. Ain t none she informed him. What y want Well what have you Robbins asked. Beef or pork Coffee or milk the girl rattled off. But tie pork s All gone an the milk s sour. What y want keeping Well an it o vegetable ape Rient. Taken at night will help keep you Wolly by towing and strengthening your digestion and elimination. Used Rover be a 25 Box chips off Hie old Block a juniors Lettla no one third the regular dose. Made of the same ingredients then Candy coated. For children and adult. A a sold by your Fob sa1e-five thousand acres Pecan Sec Psi a of Fri two Hundred acres Beaulne pecans will pay profit fifty dollars per acre. Write s. W. Coney Americus. A. Ht8 a hour in two minutes at Home with the now instantaneous liar Ella san a. Por Lons or bobbed hair. Large i. I a pets std $1 for out of waver Ami eel Long instructions. J. A. Hart Lff co. Road Oak Park Illinois. 1054 Roosevelt to a of re can accordion mfg. So a 3,1olw--1 str in Lago . Prospect 2392. For the finest and Best accor a Al any s y o and system apply to us. 10% discount for All orders placed during next 3 months. Used accordions taken to Trade. Send 10c for catalogue. Ladles write Lis mow to get five pairs full rain loved pure silk guaranteed hosiery for 1. Guaranteed retail value of 12 o pair. French hosiery co., Hollywood California. Ford owners bloc generators or starters in any condition rebuild like new and guaranteed. J6 no More. Ship to n & s mfg. Co., 2150 n. Calif. Ave. Chicago i1l the unknown Rector a movie Magazine has been getting confessions from film actors. Lois Wilson is quoted says a London paper As confessing that a Little Book which has been a great inspiration to her is called courage and is the reprint of an address Given by a Little known English Episcopalian Rector at St. Andrew s shades of Barrie who delivered the address on courage when he was lord Rector of St. Andrews a. Orion Tewson in the new York evening Post. For Sale by owner estate 1o0 acres. Land be so Northern Wisconsin on most Beautiful Lake. Summer resort farm subdividing. Chance for Golf links. Bit. 37, Genoa City wis Kremolat face bleach positively eradicates from the bin All Tan Moth patches Sallow complexion pm plea eczema Etc at drug and dept. Stores or by mail. Price $1.26. Beauty Booklet free.  or. C. H. Berry go. 3973 Michigan at.  Chicago 111 for Over 200 years Haarlem Oil has been a worldwide remedy for kidney liver and bladder disorders rheumatism Lumbago and uric acid conditions. Even nuns must vote All citizens of the Republic of Czechoslovakia must turn out to vote on election Day or pay a Fine. In some cases failure to vote Means a Short term in jail. Recently 18,500 vote slackers were fined about $1 each All these cases were in Bratislava alone. Even the born bite nuns of Prague had to vote although their vows oblige them never to leave their Convent to keep their faces veiled and not to Converse Chicago Dally news. Inexcusable Daniel Guggenheim who recently gave $2,500,000 to aeronautics condemned extravagance at a luncheon in new York. But or. Guggenheim a Young woman isaid when a Ninn is very very Rich Why should t he spend his Money extravagantly would you excuse a Cook said or. 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