Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
1 Sep 1921

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1 Sep 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 1, 1921, Postville, Iowa Cai Wren new decorative touches seen in separate skirts a 1021, a Vestern newspaper Union a citizen of Siberia. L the notional goo Knaphle society Washington do a sled drawn Over the det i saw by Earl told in sos a Driver wildly heat in to lieu and n lock if Fern Caius Rolves Kireak Lorg in Pursuit Omni a Ark Pine Forest this is a picture that As. Riven Many u person a faulty idea t the Siberia of today. An american woman who had Lustad at an when he of planned that during his ten Days l a a York City lie had not seen a in re Indian naked upon her arrival l Vladivostok it there was any duller from wolves in the City. As a inter of fact one spend a Eon. Lik Rahle time in Sherla and cover a rare areas without seeing a Wolf or Pine tree and what Little Snow he 111 see will probably not he More than few inches deep though there Are a colons where it is quite deep. And no Amy meet thousands of people Atli Utt seeing either exile or criminal lie is not Likely to be disillusioned bout the climate. The american seller said so Berle has two seasons a july mid this is nearly lie for there la practically no Spring in foliage does not appear until Lane Aly is As warm As the Winter is cold he Brief fall is Beautiful indeed and Ere is something very thrilling about 10 intense cold of the Winter when c temperature goes to co and 70 horses below Zero. In some sections. Everybody dresses and prepares for u cold and on the whole it is pos ble to be More comfortable in the Epidy Winter of Siberia than in the King a ble american Winter. Beautiful wild Flowers. Siberia s wild Flowers a feature Holcli does not fit into the picture of Frozen waste Are worthy a volume i themselves. There is a wild Rose it blooms hugely on big sturdy Isles. Then there is the mauve Ami in of the Mary and John thai is Ved most by the siberians. This Vily Hower is named after the Vern Mary and the loved disciple. A Siberia is above nil an Oriental a Nitro. Out there Tho traveler sees Fry phantasmagoria associated will o East Orlen tul sunsets e ill loj and inferior to none thrill the uses with splendours of color Raug a from volcanoes of rubles to the s Rimini mysteries of the Kaleidoscope Ion one sees nil the Peoples of the Lent chinese a japanese tartars Melius koreans men Anil women of Ery color mid condition for the most part the Hussion have isl United the country. Kven so f could easily believe the Tower of Bel incident to have occurred in so run for one hears so Many Lantgos and sees so Many different a we customs chinese samoans d japanese Ambos ride the Road a of Vladivostok along with Craft and american motorboats j on the highways and caravan its camels and Oxon Are passed by Lent automobiles mostly of Minerl a make. Native life fascinating. Be sets wonderfully attached to Wynn ufos. Thero is something ruling mud fascinating about it. A natives in spite of the scourges typhus und cholera in spite of the a Ber and cold which they have sex Joe cod so frequently during the last years Are devoted to their Homo to yet apparently they Are in differ to the Rich opportunities of their try. Iberia is d land of Rich agricultural Ontl alleles in spot of the Short s of the summer season and even Wien tables have been served it siberian cheese and utter. Hut most alluring opportunities of Tho p by Are presented la its ral Oral wealth Gold and Silver and precious stones. There is so much in Siberia that reminds an american of our wild West of earlier Days whether it be lawlessness Freedom Opportunity a place to live life Over up in great distances us guess and Glorio Suess of m to Ncry or Burre Siuess such As is seen on the Lobl desert where the camels Graze. And there Are Many features that he described in typical american superlatives. Vladivostok has the finest Harbor in the world the Railroad connecting Vladivostok with l Eti Grad is the longest in the world thus the siberians rave and not Alto get or madly. Hut they cannot rave about their mails. The russian word Ilo Rongji meaning literally menus had and it would be redundancy to speak of a Hud it merely Means a Dace where you got through. Cities handsome but dirty. The cities of the Kussian wild Kast Are not very populous but each one boasts of sufficient Beautiful churches government and private edifices to give it n Noble aspect. First is Vladivostok a combination of lot Sun an Lii Ngo. At the other the country is Omsk the capital. In Between and top and Bottom Are Tomsk Kaki Edinburg Lielia Linsk Chita a mrosk Irkutsk Harbin and Nik Omsk. One of the most objectionable features about these Beautiful cities is their filth and the attendant doors. Tomsk has an unusually Beautiful Cathedral and a great University that has produced More than one famous Nanie sketch Niko Uthe great bacteriologist being one of them. Vladivostok the largest and most interesting City of Eastern Siberia owes much to Hussla s loss of 1 Ort Arthur for that misfortune increased the tsar s interest in the More northerly seaport ii null he had made it worthy of its name Iuler of the the one disadvantage of Vladivostok is that its Harbor is Frozen during several months of the year. In spite of lids drawback Vladivostok probably possesses the second finest Harbor in the world and it is claimed that from to upon what you prefer instead of humbly Anion to what Tho world tells you to prefer is to he to kept your soul i tvs. Summery . Prune whip is such a favorite dessert especially in families with Young children that it is often served. It is Nice for a company dish but needing careful watching is not a convenient dish to prepare if one has no Aid. The following combination will be found n Good substitute which lie prepared mid served cold. The size of the pudding depends upon the number to be served. Take twice As Many spoonfuls of powdered sugar As there tire Whites of eggs to be used and As Many sifted prunes As sugar Tor example to four egg Whites use eight tablespoonfuls of sugar a half cupful Ami one half cupful of prunes cooked soft and Cut line or sifted if preferred. Putter a tube Pun and bake "0 to 25 minutes in a slow oven. Turn out carefully and when cold serve in slices with Cream or a thin custard sauce. Of course the Whites of the eggs Are whipped mull Stilt the sugar added lightly then the prunes and u bit of Flavouring. The housewife who entertains her friends and who docs not enjoy that privilege often will find that some of the accessories and extras for garnishing and Flavouring will often add to a very Plain Inonu when company is present. A bottle of preserved Ginger cherries Capers a Glass of shelled walnuts cheese and Bacon As Well As dried beef in jars olives both Green and Ripe will help out wonderfully. These things should be replaced at the first Opportunity so that they will be ready when needed. Red French paprika one half teaspoonful to four table spoonfuls of Oil to tint a French dressing either with or without chill sauce or Tomato Catsup. Peas with two table spoonfuls of butter in a Saucepan add Small whole onion a head of lettuce Well tied a Small Bunch of Parsley three pints of peas teaspoonful of Salt and just enough water boiling hot to cover the Bottom of the Saucepan. Cook rapidly ten minutes then reduce the heal to simmering and Cook an hour. When pens Are tender remove die Parsley and onion and add one half cupful of hot Cream to the sauce rum. Serve very hot on hot a Lslie eases them of i Sigall probably have the i of buttons or Odd ornaments. The teach a Man How to live properly give Himfy Ood heme and he will e n Kobe cd Ixon. Preach the Paiik fun Tiki Untala at him. Out House i n in u cheerless s Halcli. Ami you still have potential Radical. You can t teach americanism with your has Only it must he hacked up by year deeds. . A Lurvey Yvo. Wiley. Midsummer . Just at the season when we All want to play get away to Lake Ocean or Woods and mountains old Mother nature lavish upon us with All these wealth of fruit from held a and Garden and if frugality crowds out pleasure at least some Days will be Given to putting up to enjoy in the Winter. For those who Are fond of the Holce l Arle due currants the substitute made at Home is almost As goo i us i the real Artico with the exception of j die seeds. If you have plenty of Leisure the seeds be carefully removed and you have a preserve in i Vialle order Chan eth. Tong upstairs to bed become a Ling of. The past with Noma people lilo experience of one British Allicer Bonor Aliy imitated. A Commodore f Maltlon flying Over Carfl Lington to stillness of night suddenly the Pibo Rou that there Woylie be a Uieot which to Vuis to attend the nest Pii ifs to was lug Good by inti Loii a casually stopped with Jora Chute to the sch Ltd of Trie juju ton hangar. Can i Jot a Bod Here he asked of Tho astonished night watchman adding apologetically Tho Only Way to get Horo n time1 was to jump right off shall it then be jump off to bed or drop Down to bed in the not Distant future t acting natural. We Are told to should act natural and do natural things. An at Gilsou Man says he started out to do things that seemed Natt Al to him but thut he landed in the Pelt autury at civil Peu Lobo. -., in hour. Pour into jars or glasses and let stand to become cold before cover org will Pii Rallon. Serve this preserve with Kiearn cheese and lettuce. To change the flavor prepare some with spices some with spice and vinegar making a variety which will be used with meats while the richest thickest preserve is served with salads. I m j ure j0y to take commonplace gooseberries Are delicious prepared i simple materials that everyone in the same Way they Are not Dill cult have and fashion out of them Little to seed and n few glasses will add decorative furnishings that add some greatly to the Winter Supply of Good thing Beautiful to the Homo. Women things. Have always loved fancy work it Cherry and pineapple marmalade. A really play for Thein and they Are measure four quarts of cherries after happily Busy when they Are doing it. They have been pitted and shred one a j now come Tho makers of such Modlung sly Oil pineapple. Weigh the Farall Lur things As crepe and tissue fruit together and allow an equal paper and coloured sealing Wax show amount of sugar. Poll together for Long what amazingly varied and Lovely Throe quarters of an hour after it has decorative things for the Homo can begun boiling. Pour into glasses and be made of these things. Tho list is let stand in the Sun for one Day Core too Long to print but it includes fully covered with cheesecloth. An old things that Tho hostess will Delight Coffee or Teapot makes a line receptacle in and Many ornaments that will for holding the Par Allan and to use la brighten Tho House for everyone. The pouring. Brighten the House for everyone. Breakfast Ono Well ijw0 Small contributions to the beat ii egg add one cupful of sour Home Beautiful Are pictured Here milk one half teaspoonful of soda the Puey no a Basket of fruit and a Gay same of Salt two tablespoonfuls of cockatoo or parakeet or whatever the sugar or less if you dislike them at Brilliant plan Mongeil Bird is who de till Sweet one cupful of Graham flour lights Tho Eye with my Gay colors beat Well add three tablespoonfuls Ono Cut him from crepe paper of melted fat. And pour into deep Gem that pictures him faithfully und Cut pans hot and Well buttered bake from thin cardboard a replica of him padding Tho Board with a Little Cotton on Tho body portion on both sides or of our Side Only. Then this card Board foundation is covered with the picture which is pasted Over its Edge. A Circle of wire is wound with n Long strip of yellow paper and this makes n swing for the Bird which is fastened on it with a bit of wire lie can hang against a Wall or wherever he will do Tho most Good. The Basket containing grapes and apples is made of paper rope and shellac. The grapes in purple Green red and the Small apples have centers of Cotton and Are covered with settling Wax. The grape leaves be bought ready made and the tendrils Are of wire wound with Green paper comic it in its run in Weapu Union children s fashions. Bright colors Are to be in High Favot for children next fall and even now Many vivid shades no featured. One Clever and striking Little suit for a boy recently seen had a Smock of Bright red Linen mud White trousers banded in red. Magicians not wanted knowledge is Power said the ready made philosopher depends on How you use it rejoined Cactus Joe there a a,.feller in Crimson Gulch who is mighty Lone comb and Brush Sprinkle a Huml Ful of Cornmeal on the bristles of the Brush and run Tho comb Back and Forth through the Brush till both Are clean. Tills treat some because he s got a reputation ment will make the bristles White und Cor known How to stack Tho cards can you beat it no better vacation motto has Boon devised than that of which i Liny re Ini decl Tacitus bolted boat Leisure than at Ity vaio Savo the Back of Brush from injury by water. How to make custard. To have a custard smooth do not lot Tho water Boll in the lower Purt of Tho double boiler or when baking Cus Tard do not Tot us water which it rounds the cup Boll. To Iii Oke Caramel for custard beat one half cupful of sugar Over a Low flame stirring until melted and of a Light Brown color stir in one half cupful of water Slov by und let boil until the right consistency. A soft custard should be stirred constantly while cooking. Bags of Black silk. Some novel bags Are of Block bilk knitted in open mesh half Way from Tho Gold top mid finished with loops of Ostrich plumes.  a a a a. A. Thousands have kidney trouble and never suspect it applicants for insurance often rejected. Judging from reports from druggists who Are constantly in direct touch with the Public there is one preparation that Lias been very successful in overcoming these conditions. The mild and Healing in licence of or. Kilmer s swamp Root is Roon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable record of Success. An examining physician for one of the prominent life insurance companies in in interview on the subject made the astonishing statement that one reason Why to Many applicants for insurance Are rejected is 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. Or. Kilmer s swamp Koot is on Sale at All drug stores in bottles of two fires medium and Large. However if you wish first to test this great preparation Send ten cents to or. Kilmer & co., Bingo Maui ton n. Y., for a Sample bottle when writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement. Lawn Dice. Avo Den blocks four to six inches in cubic dimensions Are used As ele Iii Nis in n Frame of Lawn Dice introduced by a Western sportsman says popular mechanics Magazine. As the blocks Are fairly heavy and Aro pitched somewhat the same As Bowling balls considerable exercise is afforded. Scoring is the same As in Tho Ordinary game. It is said that the game s beam Long very popular of the Western coast. Question flattered her. Edith Jack asked miss posse lab. Last night How old she Vusaj " Ethel did she get. Angry a Edith no she was flattered. Yon see she Felt that she must look Young or he d never have dared. There s a reason. Nell is it really True hat you re going to divorce Bob Bella yes i m tired of being not exactly reassuring. There is no doubt about it my Friend Well have to operate on you the doctor said cheerfully operate the patient exclaimed. Great Scott doctor i be no Money for expensive hum Welt you re insured Areu t you 7" yes but i can t realize on that Mi-411 after i m dead it goes to my of that s All right my dear fellow the doctor said again smiling cheerfully that s perfectly All right Don t you worry about your Bill at All i judge. Easy to kill rats and mice try a Ingia. Ctn in. Stearns electric paste ready for use bettor than traps it auctions in 16 languages in Verj Box. Hats Atco cockroaches Attis and tit Struy food and property and Are Carylnn us slim an. Sivi Irujo electric tones these pest to run rum thu building for Wator und fresh air. fio. Money Back if u . Ivun Mieuli Yuya it catarrhal deafness is greatly relieved by constitutional treatment haul s Catarrh Medicine is a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal deafness Iai caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous Ltd intr of the eustachian tube. When this tube la inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect bearing and when it is entirely closed Dea Nebb is the result. Unless the inflammation can to reduced your hearing be destroyed forever. Hair s Catarrh Medicine nets through the blood on the mucous surfaces of Tho system Tylius Rodeo Long the inflammation and nature in restoring Normal conditions. Circulars free. All Druk . A Cheney & co., Toledo . A discontent. Thero Aro two kinds of discontent in Tho world the discontent that works and the discontent that a wrings its hands. Tho first gets what to wants Ami Tho second loses what it has. There s no cure for the first but Success Aud there. Is no cure at All for Tho Graham Well Well. What s Tho Row about a welfare worker tried tils stuff on i pro turnout up lifter what every girl should know before marriage a wonderful Book off Treu and Tel Abl info Nazloo Law Tui to i Jouno women i at Wal tit to Turtur Flag a no fully to a a r1t� a no Mutt in. K Eow Puu Irv Aluc coi Trug All he tfx of at Zeilic of Leach. Ho3 pc to fact orig iut a Kifune to vet ft.�, Standard pub. Co. It a we a 4ih a Row new York shave with Cuti Cura soap the new Way without Mug trunks let buy from factory and save mid Dertian profits. Free illustrated catalogue mailed upon request Bute trunk factory Spring Valley d. 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