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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1926, Postville, Iowa Postville Herald f. W. Hughes publisher Cert e. Tuttle local editor subscription Price. $2.00 per year everywhere. Payable strictly in Advance advertising rates. Display__________30 cents per Inch locals readers legals. 10c per line want ads________5 cents per line Cash with order on All mull orders Church school or society notice a of where an and Mission is charged or of thanks mid resolutions of respect Are run at regular advertising rates. I foreign Marivi up Raj to Italy r 1  to phys Visocki Atkin entered at the Post office at Postville Iowa As second class mail matter. Thursday february 4, 1926. Luana. Miss Emma 01d it for took killed in this Way the principal offenders being the sheep killing dogs that have infested Alla Makee county for Many years. The Board pays at the rate of $10 per head for sheep thus killed $0.00 a r head for lambs,-$6.00 per hundredweight for hogs $1.00 per head for geese and 75 cents for ducks. In checking Over the claims allowed a  the Board we note thy Are paying for 120 head of sheep at $10 per head 00 lambs at $0.00 per Lamb 9 head of hogs at $1.00 per Hundred pounds 2 geese at $1.00 each and 12 Lucks at 75c each. The annual toll of this county contributed to these wandering dogs amounts to a real sum. A pack of them will kill and cripple Many sheep n one attack and Farmers have reported As High As a dozen being killed in one night. It would seem the county could Well afford to make a Campaign against the unregistered wandering dog and save not Only considerable live Stock but make a tax reduction at the same Republican & Standard. Corn meal cold cure latest thing to Bat. Folks who Are susceptible to colds sometimes May Ward them off during the Winter months by cleaning their Mir and scalps with Corn meal rather than by washing them says or. O. R. Sweeney head of the chemical engineering department Iowa state College. The process of using Corn meal for a a leaning the Scalp consists merely of rubbing the dry Corn meal into the head and then brushing it out. Or. Sweeney declares that this will clean the hair very Well. He says that he contracts colds very easily but has found that he can reduce them by a leaning his hair with Corn meal instead of washing it. Colds or. Sweeney says usually follow subjecting the body to unusual conditions. Folks who get colds a couple or three Days after washing their hair usually do not think of the washing As the cause but it often May be or. Sweeney asserts. Impossible costs of Corn growing. The head of the Farmers Union in Iowa is authority for the statement that it costs $1.44 to raise a Bushel of Corn says the Elkader Register. We Don t know How he figures it or what Brand of Hooch he was drinking when he Matte the statement. If he was anywhere near right our Farmers would All be broke and up in this neck of the Woods we know a lot of them who Are pretty comfortable thank the Farmers Dollar has been Short of purchasing Power the past. Few years when compared with the Price of manufactured articles or the wages of Union labor but the majority of farm failures and Bank failures have come from unsound land Purchase and unsound land Loans. It does not help the Farmer any to make untrue statements about him or to juggle figures to produce impossible costs. Rural meetings Are not devoid of fun and entertainment for fi2 different townships in 39 counties of Iowa last year had their own orchestras 247 townships last year staged Home Talent plays at farm meetings and 02 trials of one kind or another. These Are some of the facts which w. H. Stacy Rural organization Extension specialist Iowa state Colle gathered from the annual reports of county agents. The Rural township orchestras often Are used in All parts of the country so that not Only their near neighbors but also those at some distance get the Benefit of their music. Many of the plays staged were Short and helped to put across some special project. The. Longer and bettor Type plays Are increasing in popularity in the farm meetings or. Stacy finds. The Extension service has developed a loan service to Aid communities which wish to put on plays. The two mock trials most commonly enacted last year in farm communities were the ones dealing with the scrub sire and soil robber. The manuscripts for these two trials As Well As two additional ones arc owned indie Iowa state Extension service and Are sent to communities upon request. 1 of All the other books no Book so Good As your own Bank Book i ovulation of Iowa to still increasing. The population of Iowa by the census taken last Vear is announced to be 2,419,927. A gain of 15,90 1. The 1920 figure was 2,404,021. In 191o the population was reported at 2, i5s,00a shift of the Faun population to the cities w u noted. The number persons on farms for 1925 was re Poi cd at 1.018,165 compared to 1,-080.116 when the 1915 state census was taken. The City population for 1925 was Given As 1,401,702 As against 1,277,950 in 1915. The ranking of the fourteen first class cities follows Des Moines 141,441. Sioux City. 76,411. Davenport 52,469. Cedar rapids 50,561. Dubuque 40,996. Council Bluffs 39,795. Waterloo 36,771. Clinton 26.436. Burlington 26,876, Ottumwa 26,375. Mason City 22.6s2. Fort Dodge 21,702, Marshalltown 16.86s. Muscatine 16,821. Between its covers is written a record of your financial Progress in life. It is a Book which you alone must write. Page by Page it records your daily weekly or monthly savings. As the balance increases so will your interest increase. For we add to the total regularly by paying interest on the balance each six months. Start writing your Book today. The Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 maj a this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa j mrs. A. C. Harrington entertained Day at her heme in Honor of the 71th a company of ladies at dinner Ivi birthday of her Mother mrs. Jos. Seyb it. It was a Surprise affair and Luai tily enjoyed by All. Col. Geo. Waters auctioneer and his Sale dates feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Seel Livingston two Miles South Elkader. 9-Robt. J. Elliott one mile East Monona. 10-Walter Van Wey 2u Miles West Frankville. 11-r. J. Mckernan i1 Miles South of Castalia. 16-mrs. John Bonzer 7 Miles East of Monona. 17-Xiek Kassel 4 Miles North Monona. 18-Paul Topel 6 Miles Northwest Postville. 19-r. J. Schroeder 2�i Miles Southwest Monona. Ace your Chick order now make sure of getting a Supply of our Quality Chicks by placing your order now. Our first Hatch will be ready about March loth and to have already sold several Hundred Chicks so do not delay but give us your order now. Less Thau 100 chix la per Chick More s. C. White Vns English Strain s. C. Brown leghorn. S. C. Buff leghorn. S. C. An Comis .-----.---------. Black Minorca ,.-------------------- s. C. R. 1. Heads. R. C. K. 1. Reds barred rocks White rocks.--------------------. White Yam bytes Buff assorted heavy assorted As they run 50c per 1\ 0 discount from these prices when chix Are called for at the hatchery. 100 500 1000 -$13 $00 s115 13 50 115 .-13 no 120 --_14 130 .15 70 135 -15 70 135 15 70 140 -15 70 135 -15 70 140 -1g 75 150 -10 75 15d .12 �ri5 105 .11 50 85 custom hatching. We arc also p cared to Hatch your own eggs for you. Our charge for Wustum hatching is is Par 100 eggs. If you plan on having hatching done Reserve space now. Alla Makee hatchery Boies capper mgr. Postville Iowa Buick " for Comfort s Sake the better Buick offers every Ordinary motoring Comfort and Many that Are exclusively Buick easier starting a Jiu High Speed starting motor does it. Smooth running from the go automatic heat control is an exclusive Buick feature. Easier steering Buick s a control surface steering gear is the most expensive and most efficient Type today. For s Sake Buick surrounds you with every Ordinary Protection and then adds Buick Protection Buick depend ability which takes you and brings you Back on time All the time. Buick mechanical 4-Wheei brakes with no liquid in them to expand contract or leak away. And Buick controllable beam headlights with steering wheel control which make night driving a pleasure. For Economy s Sake no other car has the sealed Chassis and the triple sealed the sealed Chassis Lowers operating costs by enclosing every operating part inside a dirt proof Oil tight housing while triple seals close every engine Point of entry to dirt and the Wear dirt causes. For value s Sake at present prices Buick with All of its added Comfort safety and Economy is easily the greatest automobile value in the world. If you want finer transportation at lower Cost come in and see the better Buick i v a a by us Sorivi doted Moddy he u one Ihu. I the better Buic Joe Walch Monona Iowa her Choice of candies ask most any lady in this Community what candies she likes Best and the answer will be Whitman a candies and she knows it because it is the Candy she buys for herself not because it is lower in Price than most High Grade candies but because she prefers it to others. Mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son in time when you feel that tight gripping sensation in your Chest when you begin to cough then is the time to Start doctoring a cold. Neglected it May develop seriously. We recommend the following Rexall laxative aspirin cold tablets Rexall cough syrup Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store Sale Bill let the Herald get yours out i

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