Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
26 May 1921

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26 May 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1921, Postville, Iowa _ the p0stv1lle Herald Post Lixe Iowa. i have a Lover in the Fields of France where larks still sing and Scarlet poppies wave there let him lie i ask not his return that my poor grief May tend a lonely grave. There let him lie among his comrades All in the world s common sepulchre and shrine Al the trusting place of every nation s heart Ana let the common sorrow Hallow mine. But let me Plant beside his resting place where Fleur de Lis and Scarlet poppies nod a bit of Beauty from his native land the yellow glory of our Golden Rod. There Belgium s born and Italy s fragrance blend there Shamrock buds and purple Heather grows there the fair lilies of the Fields of France Crow Side by Side with England s beauteous Rose. There with the whispering Maples and the Pines with Cypress Black and fragrant Laurel Bloom the evening winds with gentle rapture blend the breath of Wattle and the Southern Broom. O ask me not to take my love away we should be bunely for the Fields of France. Monument to the heroic dead Superb Naho she did t dare to leave House on verge of nervous collapse Indiana woman was almost helpless. Her friends disheartened troubles disappear when she take Tarlac and nerves now Are As steady As can be general health splendid. I was on Trio verge of u collapse Rind was actually afraid to leave Tho House but 1 am overjoyed now at Tho Wuy Trulac bus restored my health so perfectly declared mrs. Cora Al Jackson 501 Mulberry st., Terra Diaute i was almost a nervous wreck and it times for anyone to even talk to me upset me completely. Even at night i could not get easy and quiet and would lie wide awake hardly Abla to sleep at All and often just got up out of bed 1 was so restless. Nervous headaches often Ciungu on me and frequently lasted for Days at a time. Then i had rheumatism to bad in my joints i was almost helpless. My legs ind elbows Hurt fearfully and sometimes u just ached till Over. Thero seemed to be no Relief for me my friends were All worried and i was almost disheartened. But happily for me one of my Beautiful Arlington Amphitheater was used for the first time since Ujj education a of Washington a iwo me Mirja j / a. I Banto improve and now i think it is wonder Ful that 1 am feeling so Well and Strong. My nerves Are just is steady As can he and i Haven t a rheumatic pain about me. I am in just splendid health and wish everybody knew what a grand Medicine Tarlac Tarlac is sold by leading druggists . Exercises. General John j. Pershing is shown making the principal address to an audience which overflowed the massive uncovered bowl. Veterans of the civil War were Given prominent places among the listeners France holds of rides sacred of the years to come. There will to Lowers upon these Graves this year. Gradually the cemetery became deserted except for n few who lingered. A group of Murines stood about the grave of a Comrade very dear. Its Murker was of Stone and bore these words a True Soldier beloved of his at one is u lad stood weeping and told us that his brother Feli beyond the German lines. Madame Rounelle. and his Mother came and talked with us. Love and sympathy shone in their faces As they told us of the Honor that was theirs in caring for these Graves. I Ionly the slow chisel of time can Rve Tho truth of history. That which debate hotly and surround with thought of Georges letter and his offer lords and eagerness and doubts and j Ott in Friendship of a Little Krench Jsepp ointments fades and is forgot j a deep a our hearts there will in. Some simple fact Seldom upon no f, a memory of this Little air tongues nil too obvious to be Dis j based is left standing against Tho j it was just lie Loving kindness of n Pruzon kindly people and was thus no matter Juliu beginning of some such Rovn Lun j where we went. Pilgrimages to Tho a on made itself Felt on memorial Day 1st year. In Tho commemoration of be Day Here and abroad there was a Lent Power that All who participated mid not but Feol. Tears were nearer to surface than any one suspected be movies More poignant. The very Pought of our dead lying in the soil of Ranee heir Groves covered with How s by Tho hands of French women id French children Tho bugles of Cir French comrades blowing Over Iem stirs the deeps of reverence and Yulty. A Sceno in Franco in one of Tho rest cemeteries in which american idlers Ore buried is thus beautifully use Robed scene most picturesque. Tie Yout the Wall masses of purple pcs spread against the Low red roofs the houses. In Tho distance a few by Clouds in sky of Blue Hung about a old chi thedrol Spires. Bird culls id scent of Flowers tilled the air. At for foot Low Mounds and White a subs. Above our Heads at half Mast stars and stripes. Monsieur Rounelle in Block cassock pee in French acid explained to his Lolo Tho meaning of memorial Day. Be Felt instinctively their sympathy a love. Risen to Laid on every grave a Spray Lowers and breathed a prayer for absent ones. Each girl Felt per Pally responsible for each Mound in Row she decorated How Clear the Hies on those crosses stood out even Pugh a year had passed polio French of ulcers Laid a Wreath it foot of the hag Polo and one of ii spoke with tenderness of the he who had gone on. Already Oliero fit upon the pole Lovely wreaths i the Volle de Cantu Duroux fru iii French mothers association Ami or local organizations. Chaplain from the Post of Mon cd mime addressed us Ami then be. Volleys rang out upon Tho air winging their Way Over Wilto crosses and silencing for a Lont the song of the Birds. A Young to faced the Ting saluted loud 1 a bugies to his lips. Upon the Clear air of that May Day Thore Jed Down the Sweet Anil plaintive a of and it was finished. A urls scatter violets jut who Are these but of watching throng Cuino Young Neh girls to scatter violets upon Graves. And they told us of ethers of America that they would a our place , Jet a eem Terles at surest ass Chalons flames Chatel Guyon Only served to deepen our gratitude to them. Of mothers of America you need not fear. Again the Mother hearts a France will leap the wide of sen and utter n prayer for you is they drop their Flowers upon our Graves this year. And above those glorious crosses wherever they May he Ever Moats old glory As she whispers to Tho Breeze 1 called them and Thoy followed i guard Thorn to their sleep. Just across to historic Potomac overlooking Tho capital of the nation from a commanding Bluff is the noblest of american cemeteries and from the midst of its verdant Green is to located in Tho morning sunlight n wonderful edifice of Snow White Marble. It is the new memorial Amphitheater Tho most splendid Monument to the heroic dead Ever erected by any nation. In Beautiful Arlington lie burled More than 20,000 men Union soldiers and sailors of Tho civil War from private and Seaman to general and Admiral. Confederate soldiers soldiers of the Spanish War and soldiers and Sollors of Tho regular army Navy and marines who have died in times of peace. It is the highest of honors to be eligible to burial in Arlington and while major generals and second lieutenants lie Side by Side near the men Thoy commanded in Battle not one civilian no matter what his info nonce May find burial Tel than its confines. Nor could one wish to lie Down to final rest in More Beautiful surroundings. Over every foot of Tho slopes and Vales of this magnificent reservation Tho National government provides for a most perfect care the grass is kept Green and Cut and Tho Bushes and shrubs cared for is in o Royal Park while near Tho old Loo mansion the fragrant Wistaria climbs Over in extensive trellis where Tho memorial Duy exercises have always been held on All sides flowering shrubs contributing their living Beauty and perfume to Tho rounding the grow the place will increase in Beauty and majesty. The first National cemetery was established at Gettysburg to Iniko an honoured resting place for those who on that great Battlefield gave their lives that the nation might live and then came the inspiration to make at Arlington a cemetery that would to National in its widest sense. To provide tills final resting place for the nation s dead the government paid to the heirs of Gen. Tobert e. Leo s wife $l.r.0.000 for property which Laid been assessed in Oslo at $35,000. World holds nothing like it. Tie Arlington National cemetery Omri Racos 418 acres and since its establishment the government Lias spared no expense to make it Tho most Beautiful and attractive City of the dead upon which the Sun shines. Over a of Xuxa have been thus expended in landscape engineering to enhance the natural Beauty of the spot. The Amphitheater is a Majestic addition which constitutes Arlington the on Honor s Roll must see it and go one better. What n Beautiful ring yes us i the girl. It was in engagement ring but the engagement la Aren t you going to Send it Back of course. Rut i want to keep it Long enough to let the next gentleman see what be is expected to live up Boston transcript. Mingle in common glory resting places of frenchmen and americans alike honoured by a grateful people. Ponco treaties coins and go. States men Rise nil fall. The sacrifice of those who gave their lives for us All grows with the years. On the surface we turn to Othor things. In that heart of hearts where Tho great works of Man Are accomplished Thero can to no forgetting our dead in Franco Aro a fact an immortal fact which for generations to come will speak to the people of America us to the Puoplo of France and the people of England. Jealousies rivalries misunderstandings May All Tho air for a time. Tho Friendship sealed in blood will to Nln. In the Beautiful words spoken inst year by marshal potato of our Send they lire not resting ii strangers in i strange Iliad n soldiers of Liberty sont overseas at a moment when the Fate. For the world was at Tuke and toward whom the heart of Franco turns gratefully today. These tombs will he forever watched Over with the same pious care As that which our country gives her own children Brothers in arms sharers of one common glory one common sacrifice i Silulu you is Homes Whoso Young dits found hero the Outi of their work. In you i voice Tho sentiments of my whole country victorious and forever tragic and terrible seemed Tho cutting off of our youth in their morning of life. Vet if Ach Loument is Tho measure of a Man Thow lived Long mid gloriously destiny seized them and of their deeds created n now world. We and our children and Thor children shall come and go. Only Sheso dead no Emma real a nov Yort sm1\. Perhaps the highest Koy Noto of memorial any either in this country or abroad was struck at sur Esnes Tho High Hill under the guns of it. Vul Erlen overlooking Tho City of purls to which president Wilson went last memorial Day. To pay his Honing to Tho several thousand american Send burled there. Tho first american Monument abroad authorized by Tho War department was Sot up at sur Esnes France last year und unveiled is a part of Tho memorial Day Observance. Tho statue then n plaster cast of heroic size is the copy and Conception of Tho typical american infantryman by Joe Davidson Tho american Sculp Tor. As finally done in gun note it will be Given by mrs. Will Ned d. Straight for Sentinel duty at our photograph was taken during Tho memorial Day exercises engaged in by French and Armor Lynns inst year. By Alice Williams Brotherton. Weave the garlands scatter the Flowers Over these sacred Mounds of ours Lily and Rose and Laurel spread Over the Graves of those Long dead dead on the Field of Honor. By each Headstone the old Flag Waves but know be not these Are empty Graves each Man Rose from the dust to fight in the latest struggle of right and might to fight on the Field of Honor most magnificent of cemeteries. There is nothing like it in the whole world. Other nations have erected monuments to successful generals admirals and statesmen. They have provided famous places of be culture As Westminster Abbey Peru in chaise Tho pantheon and the pyramids of Egypt. But Westminster Abbey is reserved for men of the highest distinction in any walk of life statesmanship invention science letters philanthropy As Well is War. It is Tho same with pure la chaise while the pyramids were tombs for Kings and Queens Only. Hut not so with Arlington cemetery. Here Equality of service and sacrifice dominates. Commanding general and Humble private Are on the same level the slip to Rule of eligibility for burial in the same yet it is Iron Clail. Wealth birth social station and political Mel j Nence without military service try for admission in vain. I at Arlington have gathered during the past generation the greatest of the j nation s military heroes to listen to and. To participate in eulogies Aud tributes to their silent comrades All encamped i about and Here Eracli year in Ever in i creasing number Are Laid to their final rest Many of these same heroes of Tho j wars. Every year sees a multitude of i new Graves in Arlington and every j memorial Day witnesses the thinned ranks of the participants in the Tro warning unless you see the name Mendouse conflict of half a Century ago j Bayer of package of on tablets you which has contributed the great majority of Tho members of this silent City. Aspirin name Bayer on genuine honoured Graves of French impressive ceremonies on this Day of j f Orth Al shadowy ranks the thronged should be Day of reverence. Loyalty should be too. Deeply rooted and Call for too much of in outward expression to admit of any Othor spirit on memorial Day than one of tender reverence for our Send renewed Devotion to the country Foi which Thoy died and at least a re Franl Nung from anything which would Rosenl in absence of such reverence arid Devotion nor should Active Portl j cup Nylon and management of such Cere mobiles us Are engaged in be left to the comrades of Tho fallen. Rather they should be Given places of Honor in a son Onil Observance by Tho people at Largo. Memory no Day should be for All Tho people. U should to observed in 3omo great communal Way in which All Tho people participate. It must to if it is to Itne the Planco in our National life and per Orin the service of molding our National thought to . Only two things to do. Jud Turkins Sonya o lady Man has to do one of two than Gow got Rich or depend on Charity the nation s remembrance. Every president of the United states since Tho civil War except one has Felt honoured by an invitation to speak at Arlington on memorial any. Worthy of the dead. For Many years however this Wistaria covered Templo has been entirely inadequate for Tho rapidly growing throngs attending Tho services and some thirteen years ago the grand army of Tho Republic Oppen led to Congress for a building fitting Tho greatness of Tho nation s Valhalla. The White Marblo edifice completed at a Cost of $850,000, is Tho magnificent result. It is n great circular Amphitheater with a seating capacity of 0,000. Tho mar be is from Tho fatuous quarries at Danby vt., and is a dazzling snowy Wilto. The location of the Amphitheater is on Tho Crest of the same High Ridge occupied by Tho historic Lee mansion with its huge White pillars but Tho former is Loen ted some do Stonco apart just outside of the heavily wooded portion of the cemetery which is filled with Soldier Graves. As years pass and Tho Young Trees sur to answer the Call of a people wronged Washington Lincoln Grant and Sherman a and Many a Loyal German Rosecrans Schurz and Doughty Sigel who bore our stars and stripes and Eagle Stonewall the Stern and chivalrous Lee with our first troop ship Cross the sea these Are the great reserves who stand today at the Back of our fighting band. Women of France tis yours to spread Flowers on the Graves of our newly dead we while we strew these empty Graves weep for our dead across the Waves on the red Field of Honor weave the garlands scatter the Flowers give god thanks for such men As ours to keep their memory Green for Aye Columbia proudly writes today new names on her Roll of Honor. Those of soldiers who died serving under Lafayette decorated last memorial Day. While Franco was honouring the americans who fell ii her battlefields the French who died in the cause of american Independence were not forgotten on this Side of Tho Atlantic. In the old cemetery of Norwichtown there is a Boulder which bears n Tablet with the inscription in memory of Twenty French soldiers who serving under Lafayette died while in Camp at Norwichtown 1778. Placed by Faith Trumbull chapter d. A. R. 1901. With the stars and stripes in front 20 French hags fluttered around the lower strewn Graves of these 20 friends of Freedom from Over the sen Tho Tricolour and the Star spangled Banner United As a Token of grateful remembrance and lasting Alliance. Are not getting genuine aspirin prescribed by physicians for Twenty Ona years and proved Safe by millions. Take aspirin Only As told in the Bayer package for colds headache neuralgia rheumatism earache Toothache Lumbago and for pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer tablets of aspirin Cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is Tho Trade Mark of Bayer manufacture of of advti4e when n Man asks a girl to be his wife in these Days of Hole proof socks Bachelor apartments and chorus girls she has a revelation of human unselfishness that stands As the eighth wonder of the vain. # Worth the great Price. There can be no doubt that Tho forces which menaced the liberties of the free nations were broken and crushed largely by the intervention of America. There can be no sane denial that Hie service thus rendered was of enormous importance to the world no less than to our own country. It was Worth the great Price it Cost. Thousands have kidney trouble and never suspect it applicants for insurance often rejected. Judging from reports from druggists who Are constantly a direct touch with the Public there is one preparation that Baa been very tuck earful in overcoming these conditions. The mild and Healing influence of or. Kilmer s swamp Root is soon realized. It Tauda the highest for its remarkable record of Success. An examining physician for one of the prominent life insurance companies in an interview on the subject made the astonishing statement that one reason Why to Many applicants for insurance Are rejected a because kidney trouble is so common to the american people and the Large majority of those whose applications Are declined do not even suspect that they have the disease. It is on Sale at All drug stores in bottle of two sizes medium and Large. However if you wish first to teat this great preparation Send ten Centa to or. Kilmer & co., Binghamton n. Y., for a Sample Tittle. When writing be sure and mention this . Doubtful compliment. Speeding Tho parting guests might to described As one of the be Galve Virtues of hospitality. A woman rather overdid the part recently. She was saying Good by to some visitors who had Long out stayed their Welcome. It was so Sweet of you to let us stay so said they with effusion. Old i m so glad you have been she replied with obvious Relief. Voross of today Sulu to heroes of loiter Day who 8le�o in National Como tory Catarrh Catarrh is a local disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. Hall s Catarrh Medicine is a tonic and blood purifier. By Ole Ansong the blood and building up the system Hall s Catarrh med1cink restores Normal conditions and allows nature to do us work. All druggists. Circulars free. A. J. Cheney & co. Toledo Ohio. Must take a present. The woman who used to look upon a wedding incl Sutlon As n social Victory now bus a daughter who includes such things lir the list of must Fly Blua put Llama. News

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