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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1926, Postville, Iowa The Postville Herald Post Vixie Iowa. Lydia of the Pines by honors Willsie chapter i. -11 Lydia Giggle the Days Lew lightly by lightly for Ifo Dan too in spite of Trio Louvy secret she curried of Levine s plotting. " the any before they broke Camp sir flu s old Squaw appeared und asked a or Charlie tue son. Can role and Kent were cooking dinner. Done me snid miss Towne Tell in to poor thing Uway by lie must feed her first exclaimed Ujj Lii lending the old Indian Over to lip cooking shelter. A a Kent and Lydia exchanged glances is Clin rile led the Squaw Susie lie Rullod Lier into the Woods after Lyden Imd helped her old arms with food. Kent and Gustus had put the dinner on the table and they Oil wore seated it the meal when Charlie returned. What did she want can role asked Volpi be by Frederick a. Stokes cd at Mother s not so very Well she you would t Cate if i told you if Lionil Charlie grimly. But he Hirst Forth suddenly some Day you Whites will pay. Some Day the taps or the lows will do to you americans Vlot you be done to us. Look Here Lyden Levine is up to Rome now cuss Edness. Old Susie Jenme in him in Council the other night with Vuk if the worst half Breeds in the reservation. She lost her head and Lipini to Jiw him so she did t find out what it was about. And he s getting the inst of my Timber now. Lyden you be got to help me. When you gel i mine talk to offing the last of your Timber Kent. Yes Hie Law lets Era got the dead and Down stuff and who s going to to Weir it s fresh stuff that he Cut this mini Siut and will get out next Winter hut How does to come to he taking Jour Wood Why Don t you go to see him yourself asked Kent. I Ain t answer either of those replied can role sullenly. The two Young Whites thought of the attack on Levine and looked at Well other apprehensively. Won t the Indian agent Stop him asked Lyden. He Why he s deep in the mire himself with Dave Marshall. My god mar Ivory Marshall went to new York on n Blind Indian boy s Pines Lydia. Save my Pines for me they belong to my tribe. My father was going to Washington three years ago to Tell the president about the graft when they shot him from ambush. If i put up n tight they la shoot me. Lyden won t you help us neither Kent nor Lydia Ever had seen Charlie thus before he was neither arrogant nor sullen. He was a pleading with a tragic hopelessness that moved his two hearers profoundly. Oli. Cd Wolfe i will try cried . I truly i knew you would said Charlie huskily and lie turned Back abruptly to the Emp. A a. Lydia stared about her. Supposing she thought that she owned a Hundred acres of this Pine land. She forgot Kent and concentrated every Force of her mind on sensing what land ownership mean. And suddenly there stirred within her a desire for acreage for Trees soil Siren in and Shrub a wide Demesne a thin should to hers and her children s forever. Are you really going to talk to Levine Kent roused her from her reverie. Yes did t i Promise to lots of Good it la do grunted Kent. And i you Tell him we overheard him in the Woods i la be i Don t see he canse after i finish High school i m to Tell him i know to make Hlin let me in on the Deal. Look Here . Don t Tell him i was with you Oli. Nil right replied Lydia crossly. For goodness Sake Don t let s talk about it any More. I Don t see men always have to be plotting i m going Back to Camp and help " the Driver arrived with the carry nil it nine o clock the next morning a id it old afternoon Lydia was dropped it the Gate where Adam took Possession of her. The House seemed Small and Dingy Lydia dropped her suitcase in the Kitchen. A a a i be just got to train old Lizzie she said so that she won t leave her i carpet slippers and her apron in to Middle of the Kitchen every times ii goes out i do wish we had Mission furniture instead of tills Ever inn Tang old lunch Ogatty. Just guess Here s got to be some reforming in is House this Amos came it the hate shortly after so Lydia was waiting for him at " e front door he looked suddenly Hubby and old to Lydia and she a mused him very tenderly. It required die supper hour and ail the remainder of the evening to Tell the Story of the Camp and to answer Liz and Amos questions. There a were several episodes Lyden did not describe that of the half Reed Council in the Wood for example. Lyden was sitting on the front b Eris the nest afternoon with a Book a her Lap and Adam it her feet when 1jhly Norton called. He stopped for a Chut in the Garden with her father wore coming up to Greet Lyden. He la awful homely a regular old Farmer she thought comparing him Ltd Tho elegant Gustus and with Kent s careless Grace. Hello Lydd awful glad you re Back i he sat Down on the step below her tto Yedla. Pm coming Over works too hard at the blamed Canning. I told her i d rather never eat it than have her get. So done ill be Over to help her said Lyden. Vve Laid n perfectly heavenly time in Camp did you asked her caller indifferently. Going to try to sell fudge tills Winter Lyd i Don t know Lyden s tone was Mournful daddy hates to have me. Now i m growing up he seems to be getting sensitive about my earn Long he s right too snid Billy with a note in his voice thut irritated Lyden. Much you know about it you just try to make your clothes and buy your school books on nothing. Dad s just afraid people la know How Little lie earns that s All. Men Are selfish astonished by this outburst Billy turned round to look up at Lyden. She was wearing her sunday dress of the year before cheap Cotton that she Imd outgrown. The Young Man at her feet did not see tills. All he observed were the Dusty Gold of her curly head the Clear Blue of her eyes and the line set of her head on her thin Little shoulders. You always look just right to me Lyd lie said. Listen Lyd. I m not going to be a Farmer i a not be a Fanner cried Lydia. After nil you be snid about it no i m going in for two years Law then i m going into politics. I Tell you Lyden what this country needs today More than anything is Young clean you menu you re going to do like or. Levine god forbid exclaimed the Young Man. I m going to Light men like Levine. And by Heck he paused and looked it Lyden dreamily ill be governor and maybe More but what s changed you persisted Lydia. The fight about the reservation mostly. There s something wrong you know in n system of government that allows conditions like that. It s against american Lydia was impressed. She forgot that Billy smelled of the barnyard. Well she said we d All be proud of you if you were president i can Tell would you be Billy s voice was pleased. Then Lydia will you wait for me wait for you yes till i make a name to bring to Lydia flushed angrily. Look Here Billy Norton you Don t have to be silly after All Tho years we be known each other. I m Only fifteen just remember that and i Don t propose to wait for any Man. I d As soon think of waiting for for Adam As for you Billy Rose with dignity and without a word strode Down the path to the Gate and thence up the Road. Lydia stared after film indignantly. That old Farmer she said to Adam who wriggled and clobbered sympathetically she was still indignant when Tolu Levine arrived and found her toasting herself and the waffles for supper indiscriminately. Perhaps it was this sense of indignation that made her less patient than usual with what she was growing to consider the foibles of Riant replied Crosby. Lydia of the male sex. At any rate a he precipitated her carefully planned conversation with Levine when the Lour of them were seated on the Back Steps after supper. The others were. Account of Lier investigating tour with Charlie. I should t say it Wos the Best idea in tiie world for you to be wandering through the Woods a Lii that Young Indian was Lovine s comment when Lydia had finished. I Don t see How you can speak so cried Lydia passionately when this minute you re taking his Pine Lydia i suld Amos sharply. Let her alone Amos Levine spoke quietly. What Are you talking about Lyden the indians Are people just like us she cried and you re treating them As if they were beasts. You re robbing them and letting them starve 1 listening to Lydia s making Money out of hem maybe the very Money you paid our note with was made out of u starved Squaw. Of i Enn t stand it to think it of Yon Lydia paused with a half sob and for a moment Only the gentle Ripple of. The Waves on the Shore and the crickets were to lie heard. Levine Elbow on knee Chin on hand looked through the dusk at the shadowy sweetness of Lyden s face his own face Calm and thoughtful. You re so Good and kind to me Lydia began again How can you be so hard on the indians Are you stealing Charlie s logs Are you or Levine i bought his Pine replied Levine quietly. He does t believe it. He thinks you re stealing. And lie s so afraid of you. Why does lie feel that Way or. Levine Lydia Khafre you saying exclaimed Amos. Keep out Amos said Levine. We be got to Clear tills up. I be been expecting it for some time. Lydia years ago before the government began to support the indians they were a Fine upstanding race. The Whites could have Learned a lot from them. They were Brave and honorable and moral and in a primitive Way Thrifty. Well then the sentimentalist among Trio Whites devised the reservation system and the allowance system. And tiie indians have gone to the Devil just As Wiltes would under like circumstances. Any human being has to earn what he eats or he degenerates. The Only Way to save those indians up there is to kick them out. The Strong ones will live and be assimilated into our civilization. The weak ones will die just like weak Whites but How about Charlie s Pines insisted Lyden. What makes him think you re stealing them and be says that when the Pines go the tribe will i paid for the Pine insisted Levine. An Indian has no idea of buying and Selling. It s a cruel incident this breaking up of the reservation but it s like cutting off a leg to save the patient s life. Sentiment is Lyden was turning Over in her mind Tho scene in the Woods Between John and the half Breeds. That then was a part of the process of removing the patient s leg the end justified the Mentis. She heaved n great sigh of Relief. Well then i Don t have to worry about that any More she said. Only i Don t Dure to think about those starving old squaws or the buoy that froze to that s right agreed Levine comfortably. Don t think about if the. E was still n doubt in the Buck of Lyden s mind regarding the reservation for a time it least she succeeded in quieting it. One of the not unimportant results of the camping trip was that Lydia rediscovered the Pine by the Gate. It was tiie same Pine against which she had beaten her Little fists the night of patience s death. She liked to sit on the Steps and stare it it dreaming and wondering. For tiie indians and the Pines were now unalterably associated in Lydia s mind. The life of one depended on that of the other. Strange thoughts and perhaps not altogether cheerful mid wholesome thoughts for a girl of Lydia s age. So it was probably Well that Margery about this time began to show Lyden a certain Type of attention. In Lier heart in spite of her Mother s teachings Margery had always shared her father s admiration for Lydia. In her childhood it had been a grudging jealous admiration that seemed like actual dislike. But As Margery developed As a social favorite and Lydia remained about the same quiet Little Dowd the jealousy of the banker s daughter gave Way to liking. Therefore several times a week Margery appeared on her bicycle her embroidery bag dangling from the handle bars. Tiie two girls would then establish themselves on cushions by the water and sew and chatter. One Day Lydia snid i wish we had Birdwood floors like what kind Are yours inquired Margery. Just Pine and kind of mean splinter Pine too. Upstairs at Olga s All the floors were that Way suld Margery and they had a Man come and sandpaper pm and put kind of Putty stuff in the cracks mid Oil nud Wax pm and they look gee said Lydin thoughtfully. Ill do it and i la Cut our old living room carpet up into two or three rugs. Mlkle a have to squeeze enough out of the grocery Money for fringe. I d rather have fringe than a fall Amos coming Home a night or so inter found the living room floor Bare and Lyden hard it work with a bit of Glass and sandpaper scraping at the slivers. Ain t it awful asked Lizzie from the dining room. Suggestions for    Holiday shoppers   w-1"m"m"m Mil 1 1.1 1 ii he House Over if you want to my dear and he marched out to the Kitchen to Wash and take off his overalls. It took Lydia several Days to Complete her task. When it was done the cracks were still prominent and the oily finish was spotted. But in Lydia s eyes it was a work of Art and Bhe Cut the old carpet into three parts with enthusiasm. She sewed the fringe on the rugs on the front porch. Sitting so she could see Margery when she appeared far Down the Road. On the afternoon on which she finished the last of the rugs Charlie Jackson and not Margery appeared. He admired the rugs and the gleam of the shining floor through the door Way. Then without preamble he asked did you talk to Levine Lydia yes she said. He he just does t see it any Way but his Char from he a i t 1 111. 1 l i i or suggestions for Holiday shoppers 1 1 Mil my a m he my i i a Lovely homemade Shade coarse canons in two colors or some other that is sturdy is required to make this school bag. This particular bag designed for the Small beginner on the Road to learning is decorated with the beloved three bears who once upon a time went out to walk. They Are Cut from Black oilcloth arid their features and other details Are sketched in with White punt. The figures Are stitched to the background along the Edge but the top of papa Bear s head is left free so that lie serves to carry pencils. Baby Bear s Wagon is a Little Coin purse. Scissor painted and crystalline lamp shades Are going to shed Radiant Joy in the Homes and hearts of Many Happy recipients this Christmas. These homemade shades Are As Beautiful As any that can be bought. They Are made of handkerchief Linen stretched Over a wire Frame and decorated with designs Cut from printed crepe paper. Here is one in which the figures Are silhouettes in Black. After they Are pasted on the Shade is painted Over with thin transparent Amber sealing Wax paint. Try this wonder Ful Toap now its a elected Cocoa oils produce in Wunima Giniath or in any kind of water it is perfect for face hands Bath and shampoo. Thousands use no other. To found in Santa s pack Gay Holiday aprons shoo Strtt Tsuyou pay balance out of Tornin. Get into the Well drilling business. Earn from $25.00 to j50.00 per Day Clear pro6t. Be your own Boas. Exceptional opportunities offered in every Community drilling Wells which you can work at the year around. Write for bulletin desc Lbino Arm Strong All Stool drills in detail. Get started now i Armstrong manufacturing company Waterloo Law i Grace hotel Chicago a Jackson blvd. And Clark St. Rooms with detached Bath c1.s0 and Tom per Daj with private hath and . Of Poulte port offem sear All theatres Apfl stores. 8tock Yards cars direct to door. A Olean comfortable newly decorated hotel. A Safe place Tor your wife Mother or states father put up an awful fight and they killed lie i he insists that the Only Way to save you indians is to make you work for a he s doing it All for our Good Hub sneered Charlie. He does t pretend. He says he wants the land. He s paying for it paying for it cried the Indian. How s he paying for it do you know no and i Don t want to know i m tired of bearing things about or. i Don t care if you Are said Charlie grimly. You might As Well decide right now whether you re going to take him or me for your Friend. You can t have us i would t give up or. Levine for anyone on Lydia s voice Shook Wilh her earnestness. And i Don t see Why i have to be dragged into tills business. I be nothing to do with you have too you re White and it s every White s business to judge in tills. You la be taking some of the profits of the reservation if it s thrown open i will not cried Lydia. I would t want in Inch of that then she caught her breath. Something within her said would Teh not the vast acres of Cathedral Pines you thought of As yours it Camp she flushed and repeated vehemently not an Inch Charlie smiled cynically. Listen Lydia i la Tell you How Levine pays for his Indian there would be something wrong about Santa clonus pack if it failed to Curry plenty of rag dolls. There Are scores of them like Raggedy Anne and skeezix and Many More that Are just Plain dollies dressed in familiar clothes that May be taken off and put on the More the merrier. Those dolls May be bought printed on cloth ready for making. Except for shoes the clothes Are homemade. Here is a gift a any and quaint Pinafore Mode of Brilliant flowered Creyonne bordered and finished with Black. It is prettiest in Cre tonnes having a Black background with Many coloured Garden Flowers Blooming against it. Useful Silken ladies insist upon Kemps Balsam or that cough. Welcome phone screens Friendly Crow while Henry Haskell of Brattle Boro vt., was giving his Little granddaughter Marilyn King an airing in her Carriage some one s tame Crow hopped aboard and Rode. The Bird stole n cookie out of the baby s hand jumped Down and ate it then hopped Back Cocking its head from Side to Side to see if she had any More. There Are Many ways of making pretty Telephone screens and they Are acceptable gifts. The simplest Are made with figured Creyonne for covering and Plain sateen for lining. The Creyonne is stretched Over a foundation of very thick cardboard and the sateen Over a like foundation of thin cardboard using a stainless glue to fasten the fabric to place. A narrow strip of Creyonne forms binges. Everywhere in the shops this year there Are Dainty and fascinating bisque ladles with dignified coiffure and pretty faces waiting to be dressed in spreading silk skirts. These doll torsos Are made in several sizes and Are used As shades Over electric lights or posed Over telephones Bonbon or work baskets and Pincushion. Wide taffeta ribbon clothes the Blond Beauty pictured and the tiniest ribbon Flowers adorn her bodice. Collar and cuff set 01a/.mi is to me All sore Eyck Ana s,.�la id eating dirt. And you re cd Baand couching mid eating is Iii mini she would do Lizzie s complained All Day said Lyden. She does t realize How our House looks like poverty and destruction compared with other folks. I m going to get some style into it if i have to ten it Down. Of daddy Don t you get sick of being poor yes snid Amos shortly and i think you re a silly girl to Wear yourself out on this kind of Lydia set up and looked at him. She was growing fast und was thinner than Ever this summer. If Mother was alive she said Rilie d know exactly How i suddenly there came to Amos memory a weak and tender voice with contralto notes in it like Lydia a Lydia lie said abruptly make the chapter Xii the High school senior years ago began Charlie grimly my father foresaw what tiie Whites were trying to do. None of the other full bloods believed him. Father was the chief of the tribe and he called Council after Council until it last they All decided he d better go to Washington and see if he could got help from the Indian commissioner. Even then John Levine Hod a following of half Breeds. He told the yellow curs to Kidnap my father and he d see if he could make him More reasonable. So the half Breeds Laid in ambush the Day father started for Washington. Father put up in awful fight and i hey killed him of can role i cried Lyden drop Ber sewing. Of Charlie yes said the Indian tensely and though Levine was t there he was just As much my father s murderer As if he d tired the shot. Of course nothing was Ever done by the authorities. It was hushed up is an Indian Brawl Cut my sister she was Twenty then she found out about Levine and she cume in and set fire to his House one night thinking she d Burn him to death instead of that she just j scared ills old hired Man who was drunk. Levine was away from Home. But lie s a Devil. He found out it was my sister and he told her the Only Way she could keep from being jailed was to sell him All our Pines for a Hundred dollars. So she did but she shot at him that thanksgiving night when he d been it your to by continued Ping the Good sense of honesty though i would not follow the straight Way because it is straight i would however follow it for having experimentally found that at the end of the reckoning tis commonly the most Happy and of the greatest Utility. This gift Providence has Given to Ninn that honest things should be the most . Organ die in White bordered with u Olor is used for tills up to Date Collar and cuff set. The inside Edge of the Border is finished with a tiny White Cord couched Down and the outside with lace or cutting. The Border is Cut to lit the pieces and they Are All stitched to 11 narrow Bias fold of the White org mlle. This Bright and soft bed jacket does not look As if it were fashioned of Little More than two straight lengths of loosely knitted Fine Wool yarn but it is. The outer length is in Geranium red the lining in White. They no joined by the crocheted Shell stitch in red which finishes All to la edges. Little clusters of Gay yarn Flowers Are posed on the sleeves and Collar and there is no member of the family who will not enjoy this comfy gift. Parchment Tor Cheres Don t let that cold turn into flu that cold May turn into flu Grippe or even worse pneumonia unless you take care of it at once. Rub Muster Leon the congested parts and see How quickly it brings Relief. As effective As the Messy old Mustard plaster does the work without Blister. Muster Ole made from pure Oil of Mustard camphor menthol and other simple ingredients is a counter irritant which stimulates circulation and help3 break up the cold. You will feel a warm Tingle As it enters the pores then a Cooling sensation that brings Welcome Relief. Jan & tubes better than a Mustard Platter so Why worry Hodges i m afraid to go Home for fear that i la get myself into hot water. Jewell nonsense this in t saturday night. A huge volcanic Crater in the Middle of a Glacier was found recently in Iceland. If nil the talkers were fighters the world would soon be depopulated. Among other unique devices for softening electric lights Are the fashionable Parchment Tor Cheres which May be bought ready for Nln Tang. They May be tinted with soft yellows and reds blended together or decorated with Floral or other decorations. One who is not Clever at painting can get Beautiful effects by cutting out designs from crepe paper pasting them on the Torch Ere and then painting Over the entire surface with transparent sealing Wax. To Delight the baby mister Chicken is intended to Delight the baby and this soft gentleman is Cut out of turkish towering stuffed with Cotton and tinted with water color paints his features Are done in Black and he wears a Collar and Gay tie of ribbon. Regains buoyant health wracked by a cough worn Oal 6y sleeplessness with strength undermined charming Belleville girl restored to Good health by Tanta. Gains 22 pounds. The amazing recovery of miss Catherine Dinges 400south second St., j Belleville 111., has j excited a great deals of comment among j her friends. But it is not so surprising says miss Dinges. A severe and persistent cough exhausted me so completely that i became alarmed fearing that my health and strength would be completely undermined. I Seldom slept and tossed and turned All night then i would get up tired and worn out. Now All the ambition less Days of drowsiness sluggishness and exhaustion Are gone. I feel and look better than Ever before. I have a Hearty appetite and my weight has increased 22 pounds. I give Tan lao All the credit for my nver Velous recovery. Every woman should take it this Tonio made from roots barks and herbs according to the famous Tan lao formula usual builds up weak bodies puts flesh on scrawny Bones frees the system of Poison and drives out causes of pain. Get your first bottle from your druggist today t

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