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21 Oct 1926

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21 Oct 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1926, Postville, Iowa 6? r Lydia of the Pines by Honore Willsie Post told Hera in. Pm Stan be Iowa. -111 go Vloe 6t0by from the 8tart in Rveta. With her baby Bister Etc returns from pay to t. Untidy Homo of her father Fly Dilsy. In Lunko City. Hor of Flat Frulio in l her own do is and mover John. Lovino ilk it is Tami Tho Indium on time Rev 1 Ensor Patlon were mov Ili i a order hint the White men Birtt novo this land. The next k Lydia Patty no and Oom old a Kent Moulton playing irs inks no accosted by an lid new Lydd sly her food. Birr a mall Davit her of Dvo iks the town s banker. Is them. Margery fall Lar in a to water is pulled out Unz to by Folb Steved. Hor father 5cm la Dan and Kent for the ,� until l Alaa pm stir 8 iffy tors High school. At lit first party the other bin 4dlml. Her costume. Icly dolls Amos his plan to a it Limber from the Indian res in and it waned for Sot Klyment. Paul Enos Kobs to diphtheria feeling that her Trust in cd la lost. She finds Comfort in the Lovenb kindness of John a a Vine a note of Amo backed a lev no and hold by Marshall Fadua and cannot to met. Kyd la i Liao with Marshall and for i firing he agrees to Rosnow it. Hit chapter i the cooking Clasa i with parted lips Una big West fsr stood quietly beside miss Khuou giving is said Kent. Ii sit favorite " Jed s nil right Olga tossed her a Tott that i Rossl she ought to i better. A five cent cheese cloth cd line been bettors n Iftoni was Tamly enamoured of a pretty i hit he looked it her engr Ray. C1�i girls make me sick lie Grunt started dodging among the i sirs across the room to Lydia s Olga stood pouting. A what a the matter asked Charlie pm. Be of i just said Lydia s dress was i trim Anil Kent went Oil if Nellc in turn stared at Lydia. Aka old Hie mean time was grinning Stu la Atni Lily. Phells Lyd want to dance �$1 can t. Don t know Jow replied flu Despo Dently i Foss As anything. Come on i la act Plydia seized Kent s Lapel with Pis Llinat would tremble slightly. Pm. J Dassuk t stir. My Back myth Don t match and Ziy skirt uts "0b, shucks replied Kent angrily Tirls Are All alike. Bed s my m e Al line too said Charlie Jackson at Ftp Law. What re you two arguing intr to dress growled Kent i Don t or Taluk the mutter with it do a. Few Ope. Nurt it s on the prettiest girl offt Troon. Too he Kent i bet returned Kent believing met lie lied Tor Olga was As aty As a Tea Rose team blushed and gasped fell you won t dance come on Over 1 have some lemonade suggested Tut fell i sit in the window will you then Glass " asked Lydia still Wool of the Back breadth.  Pitou take Lier to the window and 1st the Leuico. said Charlie Ritat led the Way to the window Tot Lou re a Good old sport Lyd and. Can role la look out for you. If la get Back to returned to make peace with Tok Organ die. She was very love-"1 Kent was having his first full run act before he went to sleep w night the last picture that float of fore his eyes was of a thin utile i with worn mittens clasped Over wed Knees Ami a ravished child looking into his. Telle Jackson sat out two whole we with Lydia. Their talk was and of fishing. Lydia longed it about indians with him but Nore. Promptly at ten Arlios a a 1 at the front door. A a first party was Over. Amos of Lizzie were charmed with m description of it and were so jew Imd had n wonderful time. A Felt that the dress had the party a hideous failure. A new now that Slie was marked a her mates As a poverty Strick Uwe Dowd whom popular boys brat and Charlie pitied. A. By a id because life. Is As kind to a a we have the intelligence to let t was out of the party that lowly a new resolve of Lydia s some Day As pretty hands j.89 Well shod feet As Olga and a we Cissy to learn Bow to make leases so that even Tho a compos her Ore a dlr ml8llt not be be it of Vonc was inning for sheriff 4is Stepul Alcan ticket he was Fly in april by a Comfort Elj and invited Amos and a a Hue sunday dinner in Mil at the Best hotel in town. A life was so different from t8d of the children that she Tillat growing into adolescence 0,d Bon 3 f play disappear pack More and More on m fell within herself. This did went her going faithfully onco to to cull on Margery Marshall a a visits were rather pleasant 1 otherwise. Margery was going Uio paper doll fever. Lydia in brought Florence Dombey by and the two Gurto carried on up to raft to i of make Belleve. of which were entirely Tor Ellry Marshall sitting 1 earshot. A Garden was n thing of Beauty pm town of vegetables were Bor-1 Walt sunflowers whose yellow we in height with the Ruston of a in. Amos had a general toward Ufa. Hub of. Votko unexpressed belief that because he was a descendant of the founders of the country the world owed him no easy living. He had a general sense of superiority to his foreign bom neighbors and to the workmen in the plow factory. Slut in ids Garden nil his Grunt is disappeared. He Uwi St tue a to 1.1s wife in the Garden. She i of had been bred on a new icon Muj farm. He always fell As if the Hue orderliness of the rows was for Hor Lyden greatly preferred weeding the Garden to cleaning the House. Indeed the contrast Between Tho Tine Garden Tho Well kept Patch of Lawn and the disorderly House was startling. One afternoon in August Ehui in her bathing suit now much too Small for her she was working a the Garden when u voice behind her grunted eat Lyden jumped and turned. The old Squaw of two years before stood begging. Kho was As pitifully thin As Ever. As she stared at the ugly old Indian Lydia s Throat tightened. Rio seemed to feel baby i at Rouee s lingers clinging to hers in fear. Want some vegetables she asked motioning toward the Garden. The Squaw nodded eagerly and held up the dirty apron she was wearing. Lyden beg air slowly to till it talking As she worked. Where do you live she asked. Tho Indian jerked her Gray head toward the North big but that s Twenty Miles it must take you a Long Lime to walk it. Poor thing the Squaw shrugged her shoulders. Lydia stared at the toothless trembling old Inoh hideous with wrinkles then it Tho gnarled and a hating old hands. Haven t you anyone to take care of you All sell Hoy sick Man sick Gir sick. All Liuio Szelc All time nothing to but won t some other Indian make you a Garden a Iii tie one again the Squaw shrugged her shoulders. Her apron was full now. She produced a string from Insl i Waist and tying the apr ii up hag like she Slung it Over her shoulder. Then she gave Lydia a keen glance. Friend she said or Lely and lining she tottered painfully out of the Gale. Followed by Adam Lydia walked thoughtfully out upon the Little pier Amos had built la was hard m understand How the indians with All their Rich Pine land would be o poor. She resolved to ask her father and Levine about it and turned a Seiner j Soult into the water. She swam about until trod then turned Over on her Back to rest. Lying so a Shadow drifted across her face and she raised her head. A Gray Birch bark Canoe floated silently in Side her. In it in a Gray in tiling suit sat Charlie Jackson. Goodness reclaimed Lyden. How in the world you doll is quietly i Don t Sec. Come on in. It s As warm As Charlie shot his Canoe to the pier and in a moment was flouting beside Lydia. She took a deep breath let herself sink and a moment or two later Emo up several Yards beyond him. To did not miss her for a moment then he started for her with a shout. A game of tag followed ending in a wild race to the pier. Sou certainly Are a Little Sun Lush in the water panted Charlie As they sat with feet dangling off the pier. Ought to be i m in it enough returned Lydia. Charlie there s a poor old Squaw came Here today. W hat a the matter with Iho indians Why Don t they work Chur Lle s Mouth twisted in a Sheet. Who Don t they work Why Don t the Whites give in. A Chance dirty thieves prowling round like jumbo wolves. Ask Dave Marshall ask that gum shoeing Crook of a Levine. Don t ask Levine s not a Crook shouted by Din. He s my the sneer left Charlie s face and lie laughed. Your Friend is aun Fishl a Tes said Lydia furiously gave me Adam bugging the ugly faithful head. To immediately tried to sit in her wet Lap done As much for me to Kruhe s your Friend said Ike Indian sat i r 1 speak no it s time to get supper. Nodded and untied giving. Norton she negotiated with Billy for the Exchange of two pout ids of fudge for n Bruch of wild Duck. The saturday before thanksgiving she give the House its usual licit and Promise und then started out with her skates to enjoy Tho urst ice of the season. She had a glorious morning. There was no Snow and the hike had Frozen Crystal Clear. The Nir was breathless. As she skated she chanted to improvised tunes bits of verse. She hauled through scottish mountains and moors she whirled from Ghent to Aix and still High hearted and la the Laud of visions look Olf her skates and entered the House. She banged the door then stood for a moment staring. Al very and Margery wore. Edited be fore the living stove while old Lizzie sat Edge of Amos Arm chair two belligerently. Margery was wearing a new fur coat. Her Beautiful Black eyes looked out from under a saucy fur trin med hat with a Scarlet Quill on the Side. Al very wore Black Broadcloth with Fox Collar and Muff. Lydia in & remodeler coat other mothers and her old Lam and mended mittens recovered from her Surprise quickly. Hello she said. When did you come .1 this is the first time you be Ever been la our House mrs. Marshall in t it yes replied , and with a glance at Lizzie i would t be Here now if or. Marshall had t made " i Mamma protested Margery i wanted to you hush up Margery what i came for is unit or. Marshall would room on one eyeing the to Little he dog s and he s As my own his Charlie daddy Lydia said that night at Charlo Jackson both say i. Levine " jr1�. P of bread Meill before replying. An Tat Lovely Man that go Winto politics in this country Lea Bis reputation behind Khiav you better Friend and i la never have than John Levine Lydia nodded. She was Only a child after All and still retained implicit Haltli in the opinion of those she loved. Sho went Back to school fall full of interest and import tace. She was u Lismore now and very proud of the fact that she knew the ropes. Her arrangement with Billy held for his eco and year books. Will much pinching of the grocery Money Lizzie had achieved two new Galatea Sailor Suita and so while she Felt infinitely inferior to the elaborately gowned Young misses of. Her Grade Lydia was not unhappy. She planned a real Toast fort Hooks she opened Tho pantry door. Like to have the three of you come to our House for thanksgiving Lydia suddenly giggled. Don t worry mrs. Marshall we can t come. We re going to have company ourselves for Ellry give a huge sigh of Relief. Well that s too bad she said. We re going to have a grand dinner so Are we retorted Lydia. How s Florence Dombey asked Margery. Mamma can t i stay und Piny with Lydia u while Well stay a few minutes said Ellry loosing her furs and settling Buck in her chair. It s a real Small place Lizzie but you can do so Little work now i s pose it s just As Lydia had produced a pasteboard shoe Box of paper dolls which she gave to Margery. She cuddled Florence Dombey in iter arms and gave one ear to Margery s questions us to Tho names and personalities of the paper dolls the other to Elviry s comments. It Alu t so Small sniffed Lizzie. It s bigger a anything you Ever lived in Ellry till Dave sold enough lumber he stole from the government to Start a land Lizzie Don t be so Cross said Ellry. "1 suppose you be Hoard the talk about John Levine he s getting in with that bal Breed crowd up on the reservation that the Indian agent s such friends with. They say Levine s Laud hungry enough to marry a Squaw lie s so dark i would t be surprised if lie had Indian blood himself. Land knows nothing would Surprise me about him. They say lie s just naturally Lydia and Florence Dombey suddenly stood in front of Ellry. Don t you say such filings about or. Levine said Lydia. Slowly Cheeks Bright eyes As Blue As Florence Dombey s. Weill exclaimed Ellry beginning to pull her furs up i Don t seem to he Able to please you two with my so i la be going. Mar off that dirty floor. I never cared much about Amos wife she was too proud but at least Sho was clean. She d turn Over in her grave if she knew what this House looked like. Come Margery. The horse will he cold standing so Lizzie opened her Mouth to speak but Lydia Shook her head and the two stood in silence watching the de  Whan thl conversation Gery get up parture of the visitors Wien me door Hud closed Lizzie burst Forth in in angry tirade but Lydia Only half listened. Sho looked slowly around he living room then walked into the dining room and thence Luto the Kitchen. She opened the pantry door and stared at the dust and disorder the remnants of food Tho half washed do sees. She Earne 6lowly Back into the living Toom. Old Lizzie was replenish ing the stove still muttering to herself. Lydia observed for the for by time that her apron was dirty. Thinking it Over she could not recall Ever having seen Lizzie with a clean apron. A deep sense of shame suddenly enveloped Lyden. Of i wish someone had taught me she groaned. I wish Mother had lived. Everybody has to go and die on me i i suppose Lizzie and dad la to next. Adam helps to keep the House dirty. There s dog hair c Don t you get worked up Over Ellry Marshall child said Lizzie. I hate her exclaimed Lydia but what she said about the House is True. Anyhow i be Learned How to clean pantry shelves so Here Sho tied one of Lizzie s aprons round her neck pushed a chair into the pantry and began her unsavoury task. It was dusk when she fun she d and led Lizzie out to observe the shiny Sweet smelling orderliness of the place. Land it does Mako a difference i if the rhe Matlz did t take All the ambition out of me i d keep it that Way for you said the old lady. Ill do it every saturday. Gosh i m tired groaned Lyden throwing herself on the living room Couch. Lizzie give me some of your Mutton tallow to rub on my bunds. The cooking teacher says it s line for tie highly satisfactory thanksgiving feast was eaten and praised. The dishes were washed and set away in the immaculate pantry and Amos and John Levine were smoking by the fire. Seems to me this room looks All slicked up said Levine. Amos nodded. Lydia s coming along. Place was like a Cyclone this morning for an hour but the result pays. She s growing like her she s Only a child and Small for her age at that said John. It s a shame for her to work so i know it answered Amos but what can i do on a Dollar and a half a Day i Swan there was a rap on the door. Lizzie admitted Dave Starshall and Margery. Out for a tramp As a Digester explained Dave. Came to Call on my Friend Lydia. I Ain t seen her for he and Levine nodded to each other. Amos Shook hands and Dave kissed Lydia catching a dark scowl on Levine s face As he did so. Let s play paper dolls said Margery As soon As she had pulled off her coat. You play pm replied Lydia i m awful Why should a baby like you be tired inquired Marshall pulling her to his Side is he seated himself in Amos armchair. If you d to Sci our dinner said Amos you d know Why she und Lizzie should be half i wish i could a tasted it replied Marshall. Have a smoke friends come John come said the Stout banker bantering by. This is a Legal Holiday and you and i at least agree on Lydia. Let s Stop War for the Day he Levine s Sallow face hardened then he caught Lydia s Blue gaze on him As she stood beside Marshall. It was such a transparent trusting gaze so full of affection so obviously appealing to him to be Nice that in spite of himself he grinned and took a Cigar. Amos settled Back with a sigh of satisfaction. He enjoyed company and had had no one but John since his wife s death. Co be Lydia came a Call from the Lake Shore. Lydia ran to the Kitchen door. Charlie Jackson and Kent were skating up to the Bank. Come out for a while cried Kent. I can t. I be got company. Come on up and get warm returned Lydia. The two boys slipped off their skates and came up to the cottage. Kent needed no introduction and Lydia made Short work of Charlie by saying to the assemblage at Large this is Charlie Jackson. Come on no by the stove hello Marg said Kent. What you doing taper dolls returned Margery from her Corner without looking up. Charlie Jackson stared at the Beautiful Little Black head Bent Over the Bright coloured bits of paper with interest. Amos took up the conversation. If we could get a Republican Congress that Block o Pine and Black Loam Twenty Miles North would be Given to its rightful meaning the full bloods i pose said Levine with a Short laugh. Yes _ Uil blooded Whites returned Amos. Charlie Jackson suddenly threw Back his head and Rose. I m a full blood Indian he said quietly. The three men looked at him As if they saw him for the first to Well what of it asked Marshall shortly. This of it said Charlie tensely that you. Whites with your Constitution and your declaration of Independence Are a lot of liars and Marshall turned purple but John Levine spoke quickly. Easy there my boy i you re talking of things you Don t of but he does interrupted Lydia eagerly. Governments derive their just Powers from the consent of the governed we had it in school. It must mean indians John Levine laughed. There you have it. And Charlie is right we Are liars and thieves but we have to be. Might is right in this speak for yourself Levine cried Marshall. Levine i exploded Charlie. Are Vou Levine you re the Man then that Tny sister his voice Rose to a shout ill beat the face off of you right or body discharges. More commonly s the infection acquired from other in Mals and More particularly from effected cattle and poultry. The germs scattered about in Yards by the Arop Lings of tuberculous animals Are read by taken up by Swine in the Pursuit if food. The Bacilli contained in the a Nurious types of Slaughter House of he often fed to Swine can bring about their infection. Milk and Dairy products derived from tuberculous tows always have played an Lypor ant part in the transmission of the disease to Swine. Those Are the Prin pal facts that must be Given a inspiration in the Protection of Swine against tuberculosis. Oil for Lousy pigs experiments at the Pennsylvania 5tate College show that it requires considerably More feed to produce Rains on Lousy hogs than on. Swine ree from lice. Crowd the hogs in a Small shed and Sprinkle crude Oil or crankcase draining on them with a sprinkling can or with an old Broom lipped in the Oil. Leave the pigs in the pen until they have rubbed against Ach. Other and their bodies Are Cov Jred with the Oil. Decrease in scabby sheep a noticeable decline in the prevalence of sheep Scab a parasitic disease especially troublesome in Range jocks is reported by the Bureau of Ini Inal Industry. During the last Fly Al year the number of scabby sheep found by Federal inspectors was approximately 15 per cent less than for the preceding year. The inspectors working in co operation with state officials made inspections of approximately 25,000,000 sheep and supervised the dipping of More than 4,000,-500. Feed Supply for Stock there Are few classes of live Stock that can pay returns for purchased feeds. This is particularly True if the purchased feeds Are roughage or feeds Liat can be readily grown in the Community. The a late summer months reveal the probable supplies of feed for the coming Winter. A Little thought May indicate ways in which adequate supplies of rough feeds can be assured for All classes of live Stock that Are to be wintered. Why general motors cars Are sold on the Mac plan 1 because Many people prefer to Purchase cars income and general motors wants you to get value for your automobile Dollar whether you buy for Cash or on credit. 2 because being operated by a member of the general motors family the Mac plan assures sound credit service designed to hold Good will. 3 because under the Mac plan the Cost of a general motors car purchased on credit is the Standard cask delivered Price plus Only the Low Mac financing charge. The Mac plan is available Only through general motors dealers. It May be comfortably fitted to the individual requirements of buyers with assured income. Your nearest general motors dealer will explain its advantages. General motors acceptance operating the Mac plan for the Purchase of Chevrolet Pontiac Oldsmobile Oakland Buick Cadillac Frigidaire Delco Light Guti Cura in 1. Of loveliness a Clear healthy skin l v insured by every Day f \ Jao of Cuti Cura soap my. 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