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11 Oct 1918

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11 Oct 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1918, Postville, Iowa The american plan Bymes Macdonald copyright Isis by the Mcclure newspaper Syndicate freed of his official duties for a few Short weeks Holbrooke cast off All re Sven Sibilly and abandoned himself to the arduous task of enjoying ,. That afternoon he left the resort with its hundreds of bathers behind and strolled far up the Broad Beach that sloped up from the sea to the foot of i Low Bluff along which was a Row of summer houses. Panama in hand he breathed deep of the line sea air and let the brisk Breeze blow the warm sunlight through his Light hair pausing before a great log that had been Hung High on the Shore during some storm. And finally with a Little sigh of Content lie Laid himself Down on the Sand in the strip of Shade cast by the log and dozed off to sleep. Presently Down the Long flight of Stone Steps that led from one of the houses on the Bluff a Short distance beyond flashed a bathing suit seeking the deserted Beach. The bathing suit in question was rather Well filled and its color of Bright Blue was startlingly enhanced by the flaming Scarlet of the Jaunty Cap. The Young person who occupied the colourful equipment waved Hei arms joyously at her temporary Freedom from conventional restraint and raced Down the Beach. However Holbrooke missed All of this for he was peacefully sleeping on the farther Side of the log which of could see his daughter. St acted the path of the running girl without hesitation she leaped High in the air in order to Clear the log. Too late she saw with consternation the Man who slept on unconscious of his Fate and in a frenzy she Flung out her feet in an Effort to keep from Landing on him thereby depositing her 124 pounds in a sitting position right i the Center of Bis unprotected Chest. At that inauspicious but identical moment of concussion Holbrooke was busily engaged in dreaming himself a dream wherein he had just slowed through Yale s Iron Clad defense for a five Yard gain and painfully he gasped in a Cross Between a groan and a curse ", you Rummy Down get off my Chest you big cheese he moved his arms feebly and then his half open eyes caught sight of a pair of smooth round Mue stockinged Ankles. Some quarterback in he murmured and his bewildered glance moved on up stopping at the wide grown eyes that stared into his from under the Scarlet Cap. She Slid to her Knees in the Sand beside him and burst into a torrent of Spanish Contri Tely patting the place she had just vacated. It is with so much regret that i sit on you she pleaded. Many times have i jumped Over the log and never before has a Man been under where 1 hit your suffering must be of such n greatness. I implore that you for i it s All right conceded Holbrooke with a Grin. With a Little practice i think i could get used to he arose weakly on one Elbow and looked up comically out of the Corner of his Eye. Whereat the recent bombardment sat Back on her feet and giggled hysterically. I i think for one Long time i have billed you dead you Fonny Man she said in English. Then her face flamed with sudden color. It is not that i am not sorry she bubbled but i am so excited for the first time i sit on a by this time Holbrooke had gained sufficiently in health to be Able to sit up with his Back against the log and she sat facing him every now and then rising up anxiously on her Knees to Peep Over the log toward the House. She chattered and talked half the time forgetting herself and slipping into Spanish while Holbrooke Tensed her politely till finally there came a Call from the direction of the House. Holbrooke started to Rise but the Gitl looked at blk protest ugly. Canne Nulta 1" the Call was repeated. It to what you Call toy auntie sold the girl demurely but with sparkling / i shall go but you Aust not be seen by her. For me to talk to a Niau without her to hear what i say it is . Site laughed Lis she Slid Over the log at the same. Time waving toward the House and then looking Back Over the log at Holbrooke she reached Down impulsively and gave a Little caressing Pat and was gone. For several Days Holbrooke haunted the Bench in the Vicinity of the fateful log hut Carmencita returned not. He had about despaired of seeing her again and was on the Point of making a canvass of the neighbourhood in order to find her when one Day As he strolled along the Street that led Down to the sea a girl tripped out of a Little gift shop some distance ahead of him and joined an elderly Man who waited for her. Together the two walked on ahead and just As Holbrooke came abreast of the shop the clerk came running out and called after the two who had by this time gone some distance Down the Street. Sonora to your change called Tho clerk. You forgot your change 1" i dare not leave the shop he complained to Holbrooke. I know them offered Holbrooke. Shall i take it to her and so it happened that Holbrooke overtook the Man and girl with a Quarter Ami a Nickel in his hand. The Senorita seems to have forgotten her change he smiled at the Man with his hat in his hand. And then he smiled More broadly than Ever As Tho genial glance of the elderly Man engaged his. Why it s the ambassador exclaimed Holbrooke. I m Holbrooke at one time undersecretary at the american legation at Rome. You used to be a frequent visitor your excellency " of course Bald the ambassador extending his hand. Some five or Sis years ago was t it you know i am at Washington "1 is i read of your my daughter introduced the Diplomat. And Holbrooke looked Down into the dancing daring eyes of Carmencito. How is your Ches she asked naively. The Senor is the Man i sit on so abruptly she explained to her father. By Jove said tiie ambassador a Carnie Cita is by no Means a lightweight. You must have an Iron Frame to have withstood a Jolt like that without Well admitted Holbrooke frankly she did make quite an impression on Whereat Canne Nulta flushed while her father smiled indulgently As he pressed Holbrooke to join the i at dinner that night hours later when Tho Long California Twilight had slipped into a night of shimmering Starlight the ambassador stood on his veranda that overlooked the sea. Down on the Bluff silhouetted against the silvered water he could see his daughter with Holbrooke the likable Young american and it is to be feared that he sighed a Little this famous Diplomat Over his lost youth. An exclamation of indignant and outraged protest interrupted his revery and he turned to face ills sister the aunt and Duenna of Carmencita. Alone they Are and he makes love to her she said tensely. And you my brother permit it your own daughter the ambassador looked Back toward the couple. Holbrooke had Carmencita by the hand and Wais drawing her toward him. The silhouettes became one while Carmencita s free Arm slipped up and Clung about Holbrooke s neck. They love. Said the ambassador softly. What have we to do with it they Are Young and we Are not of their world. Besides he added gently leading the protesting woman into Tho House it is courtship on the american the Post Vixie Herald Postville Iowa. Tajti big ships in ancient Days. When we Bear in mind that the ancients were in the habit of producing big things the pyramids the colossus of Rhodes the Hundred feet Long painting of Nero vast circuses etc., there seems to be no Good ground for doubting that they built big ships and not a few of them nor merely for show. There must have been a great Deal of maritime activity during the centuries immediately preceding and following the beginning of our Era and not a few projects of importance designed to facilitate navigation were launched. The vain attempt to Cut through the isthmus of Corinth is often referred to but the Effort made by Nero to create a navigable canal from the Lake Avernus to the Mouth of the tiber is less dwelt upon. Tacitus tells us of this and in such Fash Ion that the attentive Reader has the suspicion aroused in his mind that the sins of that emperor were More against the taxpayers of Rome than of the sort usually attributed to him. Another Shade. In Harper s Bazar appears a Story said to be told by a Young widow employed in the English War office. A Busy staff officer asked a fair colleague to look up the initials of a certain Captain in the Black watch which is a famous scottish regiment. Well said the officer when he thought a sufficient interval Hud elapsed. I can t find but surely Why that in t the army list you re looking it the assistant s Blue eyes opened wide with Surprise. F of would it be there she asked. I thought All coloured troops were la the Indian army the poor Man Raj Olseth in his toll and his Dally bread is Sweet to him the Rich Man Langjr Ulseth with sloth find fun Deli pleasure in nothing. Tup commission to emergency dishes. Wishes that May be prepared for the by up meal or for a sudden emergency they take Little time to prepare and Are not difficult. Lima Beans and is a standby which we All feel is necessary to have in Small or Large quantities As circumstances permit. Various canned vegetables will be found in plenty on our shelves this Winter canned from our own War gardens. Drain a can of Lima Beans put into a shallow earthen dish cover the top with strips of Bacon and put into a hot oven. Bake until the Bacon is Crisp and Brown. Serve piping hot from the dish. Pimento one Small can of red peppers three cupfuls of finely shredded cabbage a teaspoonful each of Salt and grated onion a half cupful of finely minced celery and a cupful of Mayonnaise dressing. Serve in nests of shredded lettuce. Junket with a junket Tablet in a tablespoonful of water one half a Tablet is sufficient for a pint of milk. Heat the milk until lukewarm then sweeten flavor and add the dissolved Tablet. Pour into sherbet cups and when firm put on ice. Serve with a teaspoonful of shredded pineapple and a tablespoonful of whipped Cream on top of each Glass. Even those who do not care for milk in other forms will eat this Dainty dessert. Crab a cupful of crab meat to a cupful of shredded cabbage and the same amount of tart Well Flavoured Apple Cut in Dice. Mix and season Well and serve with any Good boiled or Mayonnaise dressing. Pineapple with marshmallows arrange slices of canned pineapple with a marshmallow in the Center and Small cubes of Jelly around it or a Maraschino Cherry pressed into the Center of the marshmallow. A can of Home prepared soup which has been canned is u most satisfying beginning for a meal. Canned Chicken with White sauce and covered with baking powder biscuit makes a Nice Chicken pie in a hurry. Corn a can of Corn three fourths of a cupful of Corn flour three eggs three teaspoonfuls of baking powder Salt and Pepper to season. Fry in deep fat or in a hot frying pan with a Little Corn Oil. Ojik of the Good things Well liked by our friends Over the sea and across the Border Salmon to dish Canadian. Huh Well scraped and . Washed Salmon with isl jew. A tablespoonful of 639 " t Wilt place the Lisle in a baking pan and score it across can or five times. Mix one cupful of line bread crumbs a dessert spoonful of minced Parsley one eighth of a teaspoonful of ground Black Pepper two dessert spoonfuls of Salt milk to moisten Well. Put Good sized lumps of Sweet fat in the gashes. Cover the Bottom of the pan with milk Ami put into a hot oven. When Well cooked lift from the pan to the Platter and Garnish with hard looked egg and Lemon. Serve with the Gravy i the pan. Codfish with Green peppers italian so a a half Pound of Salt codfish remove the skin and Bones and Cut in Small squares. Roast two Good sized Green peppers on the top of the stove remove the skins and seeds and Cut in narrow strips. Put three table spoonfuls of Olive Oil into is Saucepan with one Small onion chopped Cook until the onion is yellow then add two Large tomatoes Salt Pepper and then the peppers. When nearly done add codfish and a spoonful of chopped Parsley. Cover and simmer until the fish is Well seasoned. Black bean one cupful of Black Beans in cold water several hours. Pour off the water add fresh water and simmer until the Beans Are tender then rub through a Sieve. There should be a pint of water. Add a table spoonful of cornstarch in a Little cold water and Cook eight minutes. Season with Salt Popper a Little Mustard juice of a Lemon. Serve with squares of Fried bread. Leg of Mutton pie Canadian. Grease a deep baking dish and Lay in the Bottom a few slices of Fried Salt pork and theft slices of Mutton Cut from the leg on top of this Lay sliced cooked potatoes Snyr Pepper Fried onions and Parsley. Pair Over a Clear Gravy. Moisten the Edge of the d so and cover with a Good Rich pastry. Bake tin hour and Twenty minutes in a moderate oven. Hwa state of late incident gathered from Over the state every housewife who practices strict Economy in food conservation puts herself in the ranks of those who serve the Wilson. Dai ional War Garden -4 a  Good things for the family. Ive heed to the meal _ that begins the Day a Sui v i my sufficiently sustaining to last until noon. Potato two cupfuls of seasoned mashed potato with to beaten egg and flour to mix Well. Wrap round each cake a thin slice of Bacon und fasten with a toothpick. Set in a hot oven or under the Gas flame till the Bacon is Crisp and Brown. Ham baked a a two Inch slice of smoked Ham freshen by soaking in cold water one hour then Drain and wipe dry. Cover with a fourth cupful of molasses rubbing it in let stand 15 minutes then bake 45 minutes in a moderate oven adding a Little water occasionally. When the meat is cooked pile seasoned cooked Rice Over it Sprinkle with cheese and set in the oven Long enough to melt the cheese. Orange All but six of a half Pound of marshmallows Over boiling water. Mix four Tea spoonfuls of cornstarch with two Well beaten eggs and a cupful of Honey a cupful of boiling water one and a fourth cupfuls of Orange juice one fourth of a cupful of Lemon juice both strained Cook stirring constantly. Pour Over the melted marshmallows beat for five minutes. Garnish with Cut marshmallows and serve cold. Rice a Tablespoon Ful of gelatine in three tablespoonfuls of water until soft then add to one cupful of hot cooked tree with two tablespoonfuls of sugar a fourth of a teaspoonful of Salt and a teaspoonful of Vanilla Bent Well until it begins to congeal then fold in the whipped Cream. Pour into a Mold to Harden and serve on a Platter with an Orange marmalade sauce poured Over it. Nut one cupful of Rice in boiling salted water Drain and add a a tablespoonful of chopped Parsley two teaspoonfuls of Salt one and a half set Puls of peanuts ground Fine a tablespoonful of Sweet fat one egg Well beaten and enough milk to moisten. Mold in a loaf Sprinkle with paprika and bake Twenty minutes serve with a Tomato or cheese sauce. It is no exaggeration to say that health is a Large ingredient in what the world Calls Talent. National timely hints for the housewife. F Soctt Kitchen table is too Low buy four door stops and screw them to the Bottom of the table legs. Those who know Tell us that we do not grind our Coffee line enough for use in the common Coffee pot throwing away much Good flavor that is not used. Tea May also be ground getting double the flavor. Do not throw away the Bacon Rind it adds a delicious Ilu Vor to vegetables taking the place of butter. A piece of Bacon Rind added to the dish of string Bonus or cabbage Mokes a most appetizing vegetable. If fruit ferments or sours do not throw it into the garbage cover with cold water simmer until All the juice is extracted and pour it into the vinegar Jug that is making your vinegar. All the rinsing from fruit jars Jelly glasses and preserving kettles should be saved for the homemade vinegar vinegar May be made from various fruits but the Apple is considered Tho Best flavor for general use. Cider allowed to stand with a Small piece of Mother until it is sour makes the Best vinegar but a very Good kind May be made by using Apple peelings and cores us Well As All windfalls cutting out any decayed or Wormy portions. Cover this Cut up Apple with cold water scald to extract till the juice then Strain into the vinegar cask adding n few tablespoonfuls of any Good syrup which hastens Tho souring. Let the cask stand in the Sun and in a few weeks the vinegar will be ready to use. A Little vinegar added to Tough meat while cooking will make a tender palatable dish when cooked. Instead of throwing away the cores and peeling of pineapple or peaches put them in a Kettle with water and let them simmer until nil the flavor is extracted. This juice May be hot tied for beverages or May to added to Apple juice making a Jelly of rare flavor. When baking potatoes to save Gas Par boil them for five or ten Man utes then place in the oven to bake. Discarded talking machine Needles make Fine brads for Virlous uses about the Home. One Way to use them is in picture framing. Only thing to do. To Eorge Washington Jones late of Atlanta was making his first trip front Ward on a Supply Wagon with not much farther to go when from the Side of the Road a camouflaged american Battery broke Forth Thunder ugly sending a few 300-Poimtl tokens Over the line to Fritz. The ground trembled from the Salvo but not More than George As he jumped from the High seat t the Road. The american artillery officer in charge of the Battery crossed Over to the Road. Scared he demanded. Well Geog Skald a was slightly agitated at of Flat. A Sut tingly was. But keep right on. Dat s the Only Way to win this Wall hah dem stars and stripes France. What he got. How much does Tus wed get a week of sometimes his wife lets my keep a Dollar Anil sometimes two unnecessary noises. They have taken the Bray from the mule of let the Good work go on till the rooster break s our rest no More and the feline s yowl is gone. Great expectations her father what am i to presume your income will be it the time you expect to marry suitor Weller i hardly like to put a figure on your generosity sir. A sure one. Aspirant i would like a fat part in your production sir. Manager How would you like to look after the Star s grease paints. Practical Romance. My daughter Young Smith called today to ask me if i would give him your Well father did he Tell you if he had anything to put in it proof at hand. Are these eggs strictly fresh yes a am. Come out into the Yard and you can hear the hens that Laid pm still Good riddance. Any improvement in this town since i was Here last asked the drummer. Let me see mused the Village storekeeper. Yep there s one. Do be recollect old Bill Skulley who used to bang around the courthouse of. Yes i remember Well he s when Wisdom comes. Sll Licus what do you understand by the age of discretion Cynicus merely when a Man real izes that he is either too Young to marry or too . Comfortable anyhow. Ave you Happy now that you Are Rich i Don t know that i am Happy but i m dead sure i am not As discontented As 1 would be if i was the reason. Smith How did the spen Dett family happen to get in such reduced circumstances smythe understand Thoy attended too Many reduced priced sales. Efficacious. The candidate for medical honors was having a hard time answering the questions put to him. Finally one of the professors asked How would you sweat n patient for Tho rheumatism i would Send him Here to be examined said the student mopping his beaded brow. Symptoms. V ?tct0v v Eoln of awful i can t it i can t sleep Al z to y0,1�" re 1 the actor. Ask tier to marry you Iowa has undisputed title to Tat \ Honor of being the first state to go Over the top in Tho fourth Liberty 1 to in drive. The Iowa state manufacturers association held a convention at Charles City recently. One Hundred and fifty men from All parts of the state attended. Thoy were taken through All the factories. The slogan adopted is -3 a work together for John Kuffenberg of Traer incurred injuries that May prove fatal and a Rainbow of Waterloo candidate for i state representative from that District narrowly escaped serious injury in a sensational automobile Accident ave sch occurred at Waterloo recently. Seven sons in the service of Uncle j Sara is the record of or. And mrs Henry Baker negroes of Sioux City. All Aro infantrymen and doing Active. Duty. One is in France. The Mark gives Tho Baker family the leadership of All Sioux City families and tha state of Iowa it is stated. Two men were killed one is prok ably fatally injured and a fourth severely Hurt As the result of the explosion of a hand grenade at the Boyt saddlery company in Des Moines. C. N. Koester Foreman and c. U Coffey were killed while Clarence Noah was mangled and torn. Coffey brought the grenade to the building. They were examining it when the a Losion occurred. The girls service corps is n new military organization in storm Luke it boasts of having six companies of Twenty live each. They will meet weekly for military Drill and will also do canteen service. Miss Grace Mack is the colonel mrs. Sam Hoft Mutt lieutenant colonel and miss Mae Hamilton chairman of the canteen work. The organization will make its Public debut at a patriotic festival on oct. 12, under the auspices of the d. A. R. Iowa apparently is not a healthful state for the maintenance of Federal liquor Licensee. According to Liguin a compiled by the attorney general department there were 302 towns in the Stato on july 1, 1917, where operations were conducted under Federal liquor licenses. On july 1, 1918, thai number had been reduced to 103 towns. As there Are 2,4119 towns la Iowa the number Given shows that Only about 4 per cent of them maintain licenses. To songs from German composers or German authors May be Sung in Des Moines Public schools. Orders were issued recently by superintendent Thornburg to All principals. The order is the outcome of investigation brought to hear on the Case of a boy who was reported whipped for tearing the watch on the Rhine out of his music Book. Orders were Given to the principals last Spring to have the song named Cut from the books. To avoid any possible danger the order is repeated with the new order. Residents of Dunk Ron a Small town near Waterloo rallied under a Flag that had been draped for the death of a local boy and most of them oversubscribed their quotas Tor the fourth Liberty loan. Peter Kress who was Well known in dim Kerton died at Camp Dix of Spanish influenza. When the news reached the town the big hag that is suspended Over the Street was Given the Token of mourning. News spread rapidly through the country districts and Farmers hurried to town three deaths and 50o cases of Spanish influenza were reported at Camp Dodge by lieutenant colonel e. W. Rich division surgeon. Those who died Are private Herbert w. Hatz of Omaha. Alfred Taylor of Forman. Kansas. Oscar h. Fleer of Owens Ville to. With the appearance of he disease at Camp Dodge a strict quarantine has been established. All y. M. C. A. Buildings k. C. Hall hostess houses Liberty theater and civilian restaurants and cafes within Tho limits of Tho Cantonment and its Vicinity have been closed. Iowa people May Timve to do without sugar entirely for a few weeks or possibly a month before the first of the year. This astonishing piece of news was Given out by the food administrator after checking up on the stocks used in september. Iowa is nearly two and a half million pounds of sugar Over the state s allotment now and this shortage must be Nide up before the end of the year. The state s allotment for the month of september was 4,000,000 pounds hut due to the heavy Canning 6,400,000 pounds were used. Order no. 20 in the sept. 12 draft was drawn by David so. Hender6on, sheriff of Black Hawk county Ana Nephew of col. David b. Henderson former congressman and speaker of the House of representatives. Henderson who is 45 years old Taye to will be ready when his number is called. I will make no claim of exempt11 because of my official position any other reason to said. He1" Man t. Vagner Deputy sheriff received a questionnaire and a Low of Der number is married but states be will put himself in class one. And in ready to go. 6105

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