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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1921, Postville, Iowa Welle Herald Twenty ninth year a live. Newspaper in a live town Stville 25 years ago. Teresing items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of september 11 1898. Pig in Terelous 5c at John Tho a s. Advt. On. Monhol in attending the Alo fair at Des moloch. Admission Price to the full no Jii Kon 10c. -f,\trui.t from . Waters Bros this week purchased d in i s of and of James Mathers. Aug Meier has Eif \ his half surest to the shoo Blore to his both i to. Or. Ami mrs. Chun. Skelton re Imus Home Avedon Odny from their a to new York and Boston. A Large company of friends Hui. Vlacil mrs. John Oehring on Mon a. Tie occur soil being her Bart i a frit. Hihara was 22 your old on st tuesday and a number of his lends helped him observe the occur on. 1. Lambert the ii rat opera r at the Milwaukee depot bus turned to Post Lyle with ills Bride am his honeymoon. Markets hogs $2.25 to j2 so. I title $1 to to $2.5 1. Hides to. To toes 25c, butter 15c, Laid 10c likens 4e, eggs 9c, Timothy r Hiildred. I i kith in the Empire state pro tit i go s newest comedy entitled Huising Sally unit it is Safe to edict that after the curtain Falls the lust act the audience will go me thankful for the fact thai there at least one player and excellent Many that never Falls to satisfy e most conservative theater Pat a and creates a demand for More Eil Recal attractions of this kind. Chasing Sally is a rollicking in plug Speed comedy funnier than Andi in s hat. In the lending Char ter of Felix Fox. Or. Patton is a Light and clearly proves his the thut laughs Are communicable r the la Rel snicker no the very he Tinling of this comedy spreads 1m-"iliately into a laughing epidemic the supporting company together Ali the most costly and elaborate onto equipment latest and most lilo Nable creations in feminine note. Make thnh attraction one. Of the non a most worthy offerings and one can really afford to miss see to it. Advance Sale of seals will in at the Rexall store next Mon a mall Ordor reservations will Given prompt attention. 0. 0. Grandj.0dge Here the special session of the grand ilke of Iowa i. 0. 0. F., will be id it Postville on Friday septem re 1921, for the purpose of Eon Ting the grand Lodge and Psi Iclal Degroes on nil past grands. All the lodges in this District have in invited to come and the. Occa i will doubtless bring together n tue number of 1 it will to a most enjoyable Oenn for members of that fraternity. Following is the program 0� p. session hand Lodge. Conferring of decrees. Croudu Ettl grand Muster John r. Price and grand Secretary a. W. Smith assisted past grand Mastor f. P. Rogers 00 p. of instruction to which any third degree member la Welcome conducted Norman d. Smith of Cedar rapids. 30 p. of first degree Cresco degree staff. Conferring of second degree Decorah degree Stoff. Lal season following tie sessions. No Tjok september 30th, 182t. On the Date mentioned above it o clock p. M., the Farmers Emery conic any will let he ties Tot the year commencing with c 1st Day of january 19h2. Will also let the Daryl no for u b a time / a Arlos wishing to put in bids Are a ebbed to be at tie Secretary s ice on this Date. H. A Roderick. Secretary. Cream a Otiis not ictus he Job Tville Farmers fio of Rii e p Omery company w " let to lowest bidders Oreana Vroutos our 22. On tuesday sept. 80. We. At n o Obook pm itt the Creamery to Board Vaser Vos the right to cot Angr till Ulvi Como l roed. To tit Ralrh Leovir Ltd b. Q a Bulj Man. Be oratory. Card of thanks. Take thl Fatwa a of Oxten Nain no la Honra tvs a sincere Ani Alq to it the Vondereau tue Flay of last week when a Wui a truck Ltd a Tot to m Postville Iowa thursday september 8, 1921 number 44 Clayton co. Farm Bureau. Unfair advertising. A number of farm papers Monr them one in Iowa Are carry in Large udder he eni Eiith i Mil Liv a Grain dealers association in a ,.y. Lort to prevent Farmers from joining the 11. K. Drain a growers inc it most unfair . Calculated to deceive i Hose who read it and the bar purpose is to kill off the Poison Gas mute be Effort banners lie making to organize for More efficient and economical marketing of i heir Grain. These Are trying limes for Agri ult viral papers. Cost of production Mains High while receipt have been just about Cut in two. Ryal Acet Fanner is suffering Wilh the est. We Are having exactly lie ame sort of experience As Many of our Readerr. I under Skirb conditions a Nice big advertising order Slih mire pay looks might Good to us. There arc lofty ways where we Ould Ime the Money to Good advantage hut to have not yet reached and never shall the stage where we Are willing to slab the Fanner under the fifth rib. People who wish to oppose the Farmers in their Effort to of Yalile to sell their Grain to better Adan Lage have that right but they in be open and above Board and Light fair. Farm Napers that to carry i unfair advert line of course have the Legal right to do r but if i hey do they should speak less of their Loe for the fair mers whom they Are thus betray ing. Winners of roys and girls tug ii Roit fest tit Yrtti Otil fair. The club Lions and girls had their Liming this re Dav a. I. At die n atonal fair when Thev turned their hands to judging la clock. There were live clashes of livestock to place horses beef cattle Dairy at tie. Hogs and sheep. Ten Mill utes were allowed to place and rive reasons for each class. The place Lues in the coolest were As follows Iteen cattle Wilbert a runs isl. Leil rude Kaiser l Lii. John Kinsley re. Ii. Moody till. Jerseys John Kiel cd. 1st Herbert Kaiser and Edward Hunch 3rd. Klemor Allan Ith. Horse Farley Menkes 1st is Ruce Tapper and. Herbert Kaiser re. John Kinsley lib. Sheep Joyce Turner 1st. Herbert k is i lid Harold Turner Lyril. Har a a Kliefoth lib. Ilvovs m. .1. Mood 1st, Wilbert Lions 2nd. Iti Isch lord. Farley Menkes Ith. Club winners at tie National fair placings were a made thursday Cut. I on the line showing of hons and girls club Evl Ulilis at the Clavton co. Fair at National. The Hill club As Well As Hie sow and Hitler club was represented a list of Enlil in that Relle eted much red it upon i he boys and girls of the county. The shorthorn Heifer club had several entries Ilia i were Well shown and deserving of the prizes offered. The newly organized hairy calf club came to he fair with entries that represented a Large proportion of All members of i he club. Ill Leins jerseys and Guernsey competed for the Liberal prizes offered in his department. The boys and girls judging con Teal brought out several promising Young livestock judges. Competition in this contest was. Keen and much valuable experience was gained those of the winners and the Breed of animal shown Are listed below pig club.inll Thiese. Clayton. Poland China. 1st m. .1. Mood Mcgregor Duroc. 2nd Bruce Tapper Mono a Poland China 3rd Donald Ilen Kes Farmersburg. Poland China. 4 tit John Kinsley Mcgregor Poland China. 5th. Dairy calf.ddie Oetner me Tregor Jersey 1st Dean Jones. or engr Jersey,2nd Oliver t Virg Retior Jersey in Johnnie to ii Iii in. . Hour Leoti Ith Gerl Nde Kalser Carmi Vullo Guernsey Ith Herbert Kaiser Gnann Vullo Guernsey Ith John Kinsley. Regor Jersey 7th Ovd Kaiser a Mcgregor Guernsey. Krvin Becker Mcgregor Jerse ill Eloise Larson Mcgregor Holste Iti 10th. Shorthorn club of Nimes a Ole Mucher Gartia Lold isl Gertrude Kaiser st. Olaf. 2nd Herbert Kaiser st. Olaf word. It. Study Center at Monona a Clayton county study Contor for teachers will be held Al Mono i Sale Day sept. Tolt with the following program 111-00 a. Grade teachers geography r. J. Gable. Nral teachers handwork Effie och Neman. 11-1111 a. Grade teachers handwork. Rifle Kuliu Nunn. Rural Teri pliers Leo Graphy r. J. Gable. Intermission for dinner 1 tto p. Grade tone bars. Geography. 15 j gable., Rural Tench ers handwork if Flo Schu Nomen. 2,so p. tone ors hand Tvorik Rifle Schuno nmn. Rural teachers geography r. J. A nolo. Margaret c. Moyers co. Supt. To a bred in the purple. The july inane of the milk inn shorthorn journal contains the following hem that will lie of interest to local breeders of milking shorthorn chief Laddie one of two. Nonn Herd elms at Maple Wool farm Cas in Llu Towa died recent la front a a life Saver m i the stomach. He left twelve w at Piip Lewondo. One of i bom 1 one her a a be , of Teeth no 4 be Keiit in Juno tin two yes w j i Ore Jui s is Era a inf milk n that Wood obituary. Matilda Dorothea Schultz the people of pos Villi and Vicinity were Greally grieved on Friday morning last to learn that mine i Illie Sci Iulla had Pps Seil away Hie veiling previous about nine o clock Al Llo spill Chicago Willber she bad gone a few Days before to submit to surgical Ope rations with the Hope of relieving her greatly impaired physical Cotill Ion. Her physical decline during i be past to years had been rapid and had elicited the sympathy and concern of Al who knew her. She was nature of a sunny cheerful disposition and made friends of All who came within the Circle of he Aci dial glance All of whom most sincerely mourn her untimely passing and mingle their tears and sympathy Ullh Hose of the Lini Ediale who Al hearts Are bowed with a grief almost too heavy for human hearts to Bear. Mathilda Dorothea s e it u i i a daughter of or. And mrs. William Schollz of ibis Civ was Horn May 7, iss a and died on september 1. 1m21. Aged .12 years. 2 months and 24 dais. She was baptized and confirmed in st. Pain s lutheran Church. She is survived her parents and the following Brothers and Sisters Willie be Hultz of Frankville mrs. August Sci Iulla of Postville Henry Schollz of Davenport Louis Schultz of 1,11 11111, hello Dehull /. And mrs. Keith Gray of Postville. The funeral was held from he lutheran Church sunday afternoon Al iwo o clock conducted be Ltd v. 10. Schmidt and the Large gathering of Rorro Weltig friends As Well As he Many Beautiful Floral offerings were lining testimonials of the High esteem in which deceased wus held the people of a Community among whom All her Brief life had been spent. Interment in the Postville cemetery. Card of thanks. We hereby extend our Heartfelt and sincere thanks to the Many kind neighbors and friends for their kindly ass glance and words and tokens of sympathy after the death of of and during the burial of our beloved daughter. Or. And mrs. William Schuiltz. ,.itthe monday club. The Posl Villi monday club will hold Ilg ills meeting of the fall season september 121 lion which occasion Ibex will entertain the do corny monday club it a one o clock Lawn luncheon following who i the regular program will be presented hostess male Welzel Roll Call greetings president s address report of he biennial the Home social and poll Ioctl. Jessie origin and evolution of government Dennle leu present Day problems in a democracy i Lulla Allen it View of main Street death of a Little babe. On Friday september. 1021, Lloyd Fischer the 4 months old Lihe of or. And mrs. Win. Al Selmr of this City succumbed to the. Ravages of Nhoeun inulin after a vory bring illness. The Little one a nth born May 31st last. The funeral who held from the Lii Thorun Church inst sunday afternoon. Interment in the Pool vie Como Lery. The bet ended parents iwo the sympathy of till in their not Letlon. Card of thanks. To wish to gratitude and Heartfelt thanks to the kind friends and neighbors who so kindly and willingly aided to Ltd with us in the hour of our deepest sorrow. Aiho for Tho bad Lull us Floral offerings. Or. And mrs. Willie of Schor. It. Bethel Church notes. Sun div pennol.,in a. Preaching Bertico. To a. ,-.r a a fli�, to the a ervice every sunday i the Postville Public schools town Council proceedings. Tiro firs monday in sell Chilic Sims rightly named labor Day to hoi h teachers and children in the Community for it opens Ninoth a year s work in the giving and acquiring of knowledge. Hut inducing from the Happy faces of those who gathered in the school House last monday the year is looked to Ward to with pleasure. The enrolment in he various grades is As follows first 25. I end --24. A third i. Fourth is. Fifth 2 2. Sixth--25. Seventh 17. Fight h--20.  ninth---22. Ten 111 21. Re evenly -24. Twelfth. 21. For i he most part the work a com inning in the usual channels though Ullh u few changes. In Ali vhf school a course in modern history is being substituted for he previous course ill general history. Physical training for All High school girls is being Given two periods a Wool miss ditching and a High school drawing class under miss Sio Hoen is being organized. Roth these teachers have had special training in their lines of work and we Are fortunate in being Able to give he High school pupils Hie advantage of Belr instruction. Following the cd Lom if Manv other schools of the Vicinity the afternoon Seviou of school is to open at 1 00 and close Al 2 20. The doors of the school building will not be opened until s m0 in Hie morning and 12 45 a noon. Miss Cal Herlue Blatz who is on her Way to Alton 111., where she expects to be lit school ibis year took cd Van Inge of an afternoon in i Olville to visit the school. The boys Are hoping for a Good football team ibis year. They arc already Mil for practice. About Twenty students Are registering for straight commercial work his year Wilh a number of other people taking part work milking the whole enrolment in the department Thirl Al to. Merv Lllan come lock and Lillian Klc Sau visited school on wednesday afternoon. Lutheran c7tijp.cn notes sunday school_________11 20 a. preaching service. _10 20 a. in sunday sent. I. Continual log and the Celebration of the lord " supper. The service will Clarl Al inn pc a a am there will be no sunday school. I. Schmidt pastor. Mickie to 00 of pow Wigtow of shoe co Bora Ewoski Flea pcs . Micout of. official Pibil Lention i a a or Inlet Iii of Hie town Council of the incorporated town of , Iowa held Kepi. 2. 10couiicllineii All present Geo. W. Fay Iii Yor presiding. I lie following Bill of account were allowed and ordered paid Street of fund con lev. Labor on streets a in .211 a c. I. I. P. I. Ii. Co. Freight ear gravel. 17.s5 Charles ii. Slope Rall labor on reels. 2 .1 n fasten labor on is reels t. Steincke sprinkling the streets. 2s.h0 toy Itlo Bam labor on streets 12.so Irvin Allen labor on streets. 21.ss Nell Stai Slorf labor on Street 2.20 John Muc Liow labor on sure of 7.20 i d i Viii. Labor on Street. 21.co Clavton slander labor on is reels 14.lib Fiji it in fund. John l. Gregg supplies. 2p 1.70p. In Rico supplies. 1 1.2,0 Consumers Independent lumber co., supplies .____1 12.07 a. 1. Coffeen. Engineering_____200.00 i. A. Bellows salary $100.0 1. Labor and supplies _________._______________110.50 Fidelity casualty co., and dil ional Premium 22.1 a. F Webster service As special police 5.00 Geo. W. Fax trip to lies Moines 20.00 Cornor Alinio county Ronal fund. 2 2 ions of c. Miller sons. Sand Ole. Charles Warnholz Man and . Putnam & Gabloff .00 labor Man interstate Power for Street labor efc._lss.05 Klit fund. Co., Light. I 1.70 water works fund. In. Marls Over mild water Loi Iii lion 2.00 Inion style Power co., pumping 2150 kwii______________157.50 ,1-. G. Cherry bell______________10 1, ill Gil Mollon Council adjourned to 7 20 o clock p. Tit., sept. 12, 11121 William . Town clerk. Geo. A. Fax mayor. It. Notice to sex service men. F n the Day and evening of september Illi. And on the loth from s a. In until 2 o clock p. M., committee of specialists in each of he following lines a Jill lie in Dit Hui tue Iowa to wet War risk insurance Moen Loim training examining physicians american legion red Cross. All men who suffered disability of any kind contracted in service during the world War which bus not been adjusted yet and those interested in vocational training or War risk insurance should Avail them Solvis of this Opportunity of securing the advice and services of. These in such matters. The local red Cross chapter will be glad to Render any assistance possible. W. Ii. Mar Flag chairman. I. First reunion in 25 years 1a Ballad from the badlands we Are writing tills letter in one of the romantic spots found along the head Waters of Ifie Little Missouri. Yesterday to could step across the current of the is Ream which last night was reinforced an electrical storm and rainfall thai rivalled a recent one of that kind in Iowa. The first heavy rain in four years to Gladden the soil and the heart of he despairing ranch Man whose sole Hope and sustenance was the mercy of god and Bat had to receive the a. of the non partisan league. As the Locust of sacred history added to the sorrows of the Kracl Lutes so in 1021 came the Grasshoppers to North Dakota is a calamitous warning to he common people to seek either the Des i met Ion or Regeno Rullon of the political masters. The world has had a warning from Russia that if the Joys of life Liberty and Hie Pursuit of happiness have to come fit tired through the Twilight theories of government the promised Paradise a present hell for the abode of Law is in the bosom of god and Lis voice is Hie Melody of the universe we will re urn to the Banks of the Missouri for there is the ranch ionic of win. Ii. Hanson one or Clavton county s former progressive firmer a. The Riding horses and addles. The spurs chaps and bats Are All indicative that we Are to the Domain once ruled the Cowboy. He rifles thai stand in reach arc the movable armament against Hie Bobcat. Hie Coyote and the Timber Wolf that will kill the Roll and hams Trine the Mother attempting Lis do sense. We see Trees girdled and Falen tin beavers and the dams Mill them across. I he Creek in provide a Wal t Supply at. The Lov 1.1 Ges. Nature. Mie films out Here and the doors of the show open at Sunrise. She unav not no been in re mood in die transformations thai lire and water product d in Mil wild country. But there is an at Rac ulveness peculiarly Lis own Lebr lies of the cattle business and of the Llici. and political if ave traversed lose co paths and a turned to life Ullh a larger vision the world. The simple life i Hull from the Bottom up the Aili Ocial from the top Down and when the base should be the foundation ire awaiting. We have a thought Hal tie n.r. A Mirent. Courage of in Teodori Roosevell was nature " Ift to him. And he pres Wiital Ion As made in these dad lands. Tin a and gown was a Cowboy s hat imps and spurs. Lie was the Man on Bor Sevcek then am remained 11i la in the presence of a nation thai loved him. And before of thrones of Kings and emperors. The Little Init ios thai stud the horizon Tell us to Are on the Edge of the Iti idl Iyub i and decomposed Rock ire coloured Clay give testimony of Ini ii Jii volcanoes. The soil and subsoil Bear no relationship to the Laek humus soil of Iowa yet it is Ion in Plant food hut having no working agreement Wilh the Clouds still remains a first Cousin of the desert. The Man with a hoc is Sor he look it a way., front the indians ind Hie homesteader became the ii inv of the sleek herds of Cit hint fattened and fed twelve month in the year on the Buffalo grass Bui hint grass once dethroned bides its return Mil ii the enemies have linseed and the Ahn Ndoci shacks and Fields lend encourage men to Lis resumed Sway. 1 could not close this letter Willi Mil taking i p Oil message to the Many friends and of will Hansen. Ii. Presides Over n Domain of Seel ions of Lam watches the Staples in Miles of wire Fence. He has one Hundred and in Ftp Bead of Israfl Hor Brood mares and Colls of i own raising Selling them in car lots this season s Rale bringing tin of per head Al the ranch Lis Slock is largely a Shire am Percheron Cross securing size hone onion Iet Liess and Good feet. Tin in Lelec Eye inure absence of Grai Mil conditions has a persist a it tendency n size am ires of a Large virile Type Are Tunc preferred. Alleo Tigh having som to be sublets some or ibis Pas Ore . Ills Fanille Ullh one exception ire established in Homes of elicit own in close proximity. Willi re res and pleasant recollections w our journey toward tin Pacific but will in an Early Letier be our impressions of the Carlu a on and financial conditions nov in. Thai Pari of the West Whoso re Iinallo conditions Are in tin keeping of the i Toeko Morin Linus. W. Mimril. Hanger. N. I aug. 27 1.02i. 1community Church notes. Or. And mrs. W. Second Street South a. Men of 115 2 wore Plons Nhy surprised Over the week end the unexpected arrival of or. Owen s two sons. Clai onco h. And fun Genie 15 Owen and Fin lev of Postville Iowa and daughter. Mrs. I Huniu a. Lewis of Kenosha wis. Airs. May Frank Lite of Topeka. Kansas., and mrs. 11 s. Wanner and mrs. Peler Knuti Hon both of this City completed Tho ram lev group w the the exception of one son it. Fred of vain. Oregon who was unable to Hoipo. This was the la Rel into in two nov five years that such n Large number of Tho Fin lev Ali in Hen together or. Owen Litis been to resident of tills i or 111 Psi lift pen years and k0 a yours of Ugo is in excellent health at Presont a rapids Dally Tribune August As 1881, neighbourhood news. Chips of news gathered from the woodpile of our neighbors in this and. Other counties. Chair Tanun guarantors at hop Inton bad to dig up $12 each. The Hunting season for squirrels Pencil sept. 1 and closes Jan i 2. Tim season for wild Liick i geese Etc. Opens sept. Ill and closes dec. 21st. Cap Wilthey was in Postville a few Days the past week. He says the fleets of that place Are a credit to any town paving being about Complete crushed Rock and Cement being Mirror. Eroding to the census Bureau there arc 20, 1x0 residents of Lov i Over the age of 10. Who cannot rite. Of these less than 0,000 Are alive Whites of native parentage Bill thai is a number far too Largo for a state like Iowa. The Oresco plan dealer Warf �2 ears old on August 201 h. It also he distinction of having been la Rel newspaper established in Howard county its Yurt Hilare hav been the then town of new Ore on. Where it started its career on a Gull 20, Lar a. While Here Friday judge 11. A Taylor of Wai Ikon sentenced James it. Correll and Vullo Offen to live Lis each at the men s reformatory if Anamosa for the theft of the Ford of. Ilene a Ifill of Glenwood township at the fair grounds. A ust Ullh. Bolh pleaded guilty. Decor Ali journal. On june 4, 1021, Ralph Vernon Fry of Knoxville applied for a $10,0.00 policy with double indemnity in the in Versal life insurance oni Pany. Ani in August 10, while turning his horses into the pasture be was kicked one of Hern and lied from the injuries and his family received $20,000 from the company. last Friday morning a owing Man was apprehended while Tealing chickens from George Warner s place in the Northwest part of town. He was. Placed in jail and later was released on Ball. Upon a preliminary hearing he pleaded Guil acid on monday judge Springer imposed a Fine of $100 and costs ivs the Cresco times. What is pronounced the finest into ferry on the Mississippi rive has been placed in commission tie tween Mcgregor and Prairie Duchien. The boat is modern in con auction. Built of Mart or Inch Teel is Linsin Kable and Jias four Waler tight bulkheads. Ten Al Tor May lie accommodated. The boat s feet Over All. Has a 2 1 foot beam hid draws two feet of water. It a Ost $18.00 1. Morning tit 10 o clock sunday school at it a. In. Christian flu Leavor at 7 p. Even Long service Al 7 20. Subject of the morning Sermon the Why mid i Low of Christian and Eivor topic allow to make hip most of our a Libles at. Tho evening service the pastor will pro Eilt the first of a series to sermons on great Bible Charm the Baptist a Man sent from j. A. Saathoff minister. Post two. Community club the Post township Community club will meet on the Arbo Johrent Lawn thursday sept. 15, of Loyy body is cordially invited to Colin and enjoy four i Ohio or Good movies mid some line music both vocal and instrumental. Please bring of itch sandwiches or cake or Snail Ink Yor own dishes. Coffee wll be fur no slice. In Case it Rains the Meei Ullig will to postponed until a later into. A notice to the Public. I hereby notify patrons Juu will Tonko i More work in Tho veterinary line utter saturday Nasht sept. 3rd., 12. Ii. Schurg Webr. I m Ward l Mccoy was lashing he it Oak Hale Rogers arrested tires on Parl alias Bobby last wed for an automobile lie was lodged in the county jail and plead Gulliv to the charge of malicious mischief the Cresco times says. He was or Lig cd before judge Soringer and ined $500 and costs and committed o the county jail until such Tine costs Are paid at the rate of 22 tier Day. \ great Greenback Camp meeting will be held at Postville coi Zimei. Ing aug.  kith. Among Hie noted speakers to lie present Are l. H. Weller. Mrs. Nettle Fox. Gen. Wea or. Solon Chase of Maine. T b. Delamere and or. De la Malar of Democrat 41 ears ago. Tie t. R. Delamore referred to was for a time editor of the District Post a Greenback paper Stabl shed at Postville. Last tuesday August 2 i i. Otto Arthur and George Sank of Waukon came to town relates tie West Union Union and As they bail imbibed too freely of the dope that Beers were picked up the Sherff and taken to judge Smith who Lutei looking things Over gave them the limit. $25 and costs Simoun Long to 2fl,. The boys each paid their Fine and Are somewhat Wiser perhaps in Hie ways of the world. Fred Lehow lost a horse recently on the Street in a Peculiar and Dis pressing a Tinner relates the race Ille recorder. The horse was tied to a hitching Posl in front of Tho Servoss grocery store and becoming ther frightened or in lighting files. It. Reared up and came Down on top of the hitching Post. The nose penetrated the animal literally Lishem Bowling it. In order to put it out of its misery it was killed veterinary River. About the meanest most Low lows trick we have heard of lately occurred it the Robert. Graniez farm near Oil Orville says the undo Mendence bulletin. Or and mrs. Gramenz had loaded 200 chickens into crates preparatory to bringing them to Market in town the next morning. When. Bey got up the next morning they found that Somo Hie had stolen Tho whole Hunch during the night. Another recent Rick Abonit is mean is reported it Hie Frank Fay Homo North of town. Mrs Fay had the misfortune to lose a whole shelf full of canned fruit raspberries oct. Prof. Frnnk Ilono was a Tomato Raiser of great Success before to left Deborah says Tho journal. In Mason City to has continued the study and cultivation of tomatoes with in Ermisino Success. On aug a. Lelh lie made the following record from1 1 plants to bad sold u3 lbs. Of tomatoes for 4.l t. The a i plants occupied 422 Rte Faro feet or about 1-100 of an acre. At the Union rate tin acre would yield so tons and at the same Arleo per Pound i acre would yield about $0, 100. Do till aug. 13th each v Nannt of prof. Monro had produced $2 ii3 vein tomatoes void. The rec a Ord indicates what can he done with an intelligent intense cultivation of Lowe soil. "

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