Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
4 Feb 1926

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4 Feb 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1926, Postville, Iowa Leach writes Scorah s t of a lotion Al 4141,m of 102 since 1020. R \ s t Lirt my Civco a Nice Len i of hats Neilly millinery. Prices $4,76 $5.00. & tto Rantzow of Garft Ovillo was rated of appendicitis at Post Hospital monday. Slow is Tho time to get your line incas to and ready for Spring work Nam harness store Diss Lessie Powell of Monona waa Light to Postville Hospital tuesday operated for appendicitis ills. Mho Kas Clit and baby returned Waterloo a visit Here her parents and mrs l. A. Lows. A. A. Schmidt has his office jul blushed in Postville Hospital and night Calls will be taken of promptly. Lias. Krumm is High Man for this Rich in Tho volume of business he clone for the new York life in Lunce company., i Sheldon Boyle of Elgin is getting no nicely following an operation appendicitis submitted to at Post a Hospital saturday night. L Lien of Rockford Illinois and Liney Lien of Mason City were Here t thursday to attend the funeral their Grandfather a m. Prior. Dutsch suns line Nursery Stock. Cresco fair dates this year will be August 17, 18, 10 and 20. Phonograph Needles at the Postville furniture . Old Hickory smoked Salt for Cut ing meat received today. Farmers store. Decorah Foks Are after a Pickle factory. Would t that get your Cucumber Winneshiek county reports 42 births last year Ami 215 deaths 13 i marriages und Only eight divorces. Or. And mrs. A. P. Smith of Bruce Wisconsin were guests last week in the Home of or. And mrs. C. 1 \ Gordon of this City. Mrs. Willis to master and son of Osage Are visiting this week in the Homo of or. And mrs. George w. Ilein of this City. Ground hog Day wits shadowless hence Spring is almost Here that is about As near As near Beer is near Beer. The Surprise club met sunday evening in the Home of or. And mrs. A. C. Webster and enjoyed the usual big eats and social season following. Why suffer those Acnes and pains v come to Postville take treatments and to cured. O. A. Kinsel Napra Pathic physician Postville Iowa. A full Carload of bedroom and dining room sets we have just received direct from the factory a full Carload of the finest and Nob Biest bedroom and dining room sets Ever shown in Alla Makee county. We bought then at a tremendous saving and will share our Good Fortune with our customers. Come in and see them at prices that Tell a Story of exceptional Economy. Postville furniture store Louis Schutte prop pack Al Fol local news notes Postville theatre Friday and saturday february 5th and 6th. Itin tin tin the of great canine Star in tracked in the Snow this will be the last appearance of Rin tin tin on the local screen for some time to come and we urge everyone who loves big Northern pictures to be sure to see it. We personally guarantee it to be a 100 per cent attraction because it will Appeal to everyone whether he or she likes dogs or not. Also a comedy. Admission my and 15c. Monday and tuesday february 8th and 9th Thomas Mighan in his very latest Irish Luck theater managers throughout the country Are enthusiastic about it and Are proclaiming it Tom s Best Offort. It has what most Meighan a have lacked and that is action and suspense. Meighan acts a double role throughout the picture that is marvelous in its realism. Irish Luck is typical of our monday and tuesday specials. Actually filmed in Ireland. Wednesday and thursday february 10th & 11th Tom mix in Zane Grey s widely read novel the riders of the purple Sage t mix is without question the Best Western Star in the movies today and you know that Zane Grey is the greatest living author of Western stories. How can you beat a combination like that it can t be done. Tom mix pictures Aren t just shoot enemy films. They Are strictly High class if you doubt hat statement see riders of the purple Sago and be head Roberts seed Corn and. All kinds plants. See Cora Wheeler. Father Clune of Lawler was a Postville visitor wednesday. Or. G. F. Kelliher and Jas. Fisher were visitors at Giard and Elkader sunday. Judge h. R. Taylor is now presiding at a term of court in Northwood Worth county. Or. G. F. Kelleher physician and surgeon. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store. Or. Austin Folsom left sunday for Des Moines to attend a state meeting of veterinarians. Best and cheapest life insurance. Buy the new York life. Sold by Chas. H. Krumm. W. J. Wagner and sons Ray Harvey and Willard visited in the Joe Wagner Home at Monona sunday. Mrs. De Zehagen of Austin Minnesota is hero on a visit to her parents or. And mrs. F. C. Ebrling. Postmaster Gray John Waters Evan Swenson and f. W. Hughes Ware business visitors in Waukon tuesday. Or. And mrs. Fred Groth set up housekeeping in the Fred Kuhse Home in West Postville on ground hog Day. Or. And mrs. Harold Eberling were sunday dinner guests at the farm Homo of his parents or. And mrs. F. C. Beuing. Just received a fresh Supply of pure Leaf lard which we no offering at the special Price of 18c per la. W. J. Wagner & son. Harvey Miner Waukon s grand old Man who enjoys a wide acquaintance in Alla Makee county was 87 years old last sunday. Grand Meadow township gets $349.-20 As its portion of the gasoline tax for the month of August september october and november. Now is the time to get your Ball Brand rubbers for Spring and to Lay in a Supply of work socks. H. F. Schara Central shoe store. For the Many Fine demonstrations of neighbourly sympathy and helpfulness in our recent bereavement we arc truly grateful. The j. M. Prior family. Mrs. G. D. Harrington returned to Marshalltown monday alter having been Here on the sad Mission of laying to rest the remains of her father j. M. Prior. On monday mrs. C. A. Dayton who had been Here Tor some time assisting in the Cave of her father j. M. Prior during his last illness left for her Home in Bobbing Minnesota. Mrs to t. Humphrey went to to iwo of saturday evening to attend a meeting of the Bridge whist club of which she was formerly a member. She returned sunday morning. Miss june Johnston of Buffalo Center has been a guest the past week in the Home of or and mrs. H. M. Koevenig. Miss Johnston is a former teacher in the Frankville schools. G. D. Harrington came up from Marshalltown wednesday evening to attend the funeral of his wife s father j. M. Prior on thursday. He left for Home again Friday morning. Joyce Gertrude Schmide leaves Iowa City today for Chicago to attend the National convention of the no Sigma Phi sorority As Delegate from the Iowa sorority which is no inconsiderable Honor. A i Teleg ram from or. O. A. Kinsel who was called to the Gold they mines at Prii Igle South Jap Kota last week informs us machinery is now being installed to i work a Rich Platinum vein. I while in Chicago Dan Mcneil sr., i called on mrs. John Mckinley and the Mckinley Beys and or. Langenhorst All of whom he found Well and desirous of being remembered to their Many old Postville friends. J miss Lulu Schyve of the Postville try our want and column. The Dairy cattle con grabs will Ibe held in Waterloo september 27 to october 8. The Elgin Creamery sold its Buttermilk for 1920 last saturday at 30c per barrel. Or. F. W. Kiesau physician and surgeon. Office Over Tho Poa Ottice. Both telephones. A masonic band has been organized in Elgin and held its first rehearsal last sunday evening. The Clermont Council has forbidden Brick City boys and girls from coasting on the Larrabee Nill. The s. N. Club was pleasantly entertained monday evening at the Home of or. And or. Louis Meier. Or. And mrs. W. E. Durno quests last sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. George Kohlmann. Mrs. W. D. Gould of this City and will Pettit of Sheldon were visitors last Friday in the de Jones Home at Elgin. Meyers red Fox Poison kernels ire made from the natural Grain of wheat the natural food of the rodent. For Sale at drug stores. West Union will be Here Friday night to have a Friendly fight with the Postville Independent basketball team at the High school gym. Harry blackmail a Fayette county resident dropped dead at i Shonie last Friday shortly after returning from a business trip to West Union. Miss Anna m. Nohilly left tuesday for Chicago on a business trip. Miss Louisa Schroeder is in charge of the millinery stoic during to absence of miss Nohilly. Or. And mrs. L. F. Schroeder or. Ind mrs. Luver c. Schultv., mrs. O. I a. Kinsel and their families were sunday afternoon guests at the c. Sander Home. I Olaf big and Henry Amberson of near Gunder were business visitors n Postville thursday. They brought their daughters Here to take the 8thrade examination. Miss Tarura Linderman a nurse from Chicago spent last week in Postville As the guest of her Friend mrs. Elmer Meyer. Monday she left for a visit with Home Folke in Dysart. A Check for $7,332.70 was received on tuesday by Jake a. Herman a Farmer living four Miles Northeast of Sigourney for 172 head of hogs which weighed an average of 365 lbs. R. E. Johnson who has been with he Hanks jewelry co. Here for some time Page resigned his position Here saturday and left for his Home in Lansing. We understand he expect soon to locate in Colorado. I while at play in the Assembly room at High school one Day last week miss Loretta Horgan had the misfortune of3jl�-rnir"strike her Mouth against Neof the desks with sufficient Force to break out one of her Teeth. John c. Herker went to Chicago saturday night to attend the Auto show and if he in t shot up by a gunman or mistaken for Tommy o Connor will doubtless be Able to Tell a whole lot about the cars he saw.  a card from John l. Gregg under Date of january 29th says arrived at pahn Beach tonight. Raining and. Thundering temperature 80 degrees. We travelled All Day through Orange 1 and grape fruit Orchards. Go to Miami try our want and column. Dietsch writes automobile insurance de Boyle of Elgin was a business visitor in Postville last saturday. Paul Kristy of West Union was an Over night guest in Postville last saturday. Bring in your harness before the Rush for oiling. Putnam harness store. Roland Brandt left monday for Ames to attend the farm and Home Short course. Ii. M. Sebastion recently installed a radio in the farm Home of or. And mrs. J. O. Davis. Or. And mrs. Dan Mcneil jr., were sunday guests in the Home of or. And mrs. H. M. Sebastian. H. J. Schuette trucked several loads of seed Gruin Over from Waukon Las week for Hall Roberts son. Will Pettit of Sheldon was a visitor several Days last week in the Home of or. And mrs. W. 13. Gould. Will Bellows of Jamestown North Dakota came last week for a visit to his parents or. And mrs. L. A. Bel. Lows. Paul Neff was in Clermont several Days last week visiting in the Home of his grandparents or. And mrs. S. E. Wickham. Mrs. Chas. Linderbaum is getting along nicely following an operation for Gall stones recently submitted to at Cresco Hospital. Or. And mrs. Earl Abernethy and or. And mrs. Leo Beucher were sunday evening guests in the Home of or. And mrs. L. L. Hill. Chas. Krumm left sunday for Waterloo to visit the new Branch office of the new York life insurance company and get acquainted with the Force. The Herald this week printed Bills for Paul Topel who will hold a farm Sale on february 18th and will shortly thereafter locate in la Crosse we Consin. Miss Ruth Bryan of Cedar rapids was a week end visitor in Postville with her sister miss Catherine Bryan one of the teachers of our Public schools. Or. And mrs. Roy Koester and baby daughter of Gladbrook were week i Iida a its in the Home of . And a Mestl. F. Putnam. Mrs. Koester and mrs. Putnam Are Sisters. Or. And mrs. Henry Kozelka of Prairie Duchien g. Kozelka and Anton Tayek of Monona were sunday visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. We. Kozelka of this City. Thomas l. Green for Many years a resident of West Union and a Republican politician of no mean ability Dif a at his Home in Hollywood California january 22, aged 78 years. Thi Busu jews a n o luncheon at the Copal Vercial hotel monday was we attended and heartily enjoyed. L. Hill was the speaker and from All reports he gave the boys a mighty Good talk. Paul Topol s sunday school class had a delightful Sleigh ride out to the hospitable Home of or. And mrs. Har-1 mrs. Jennie Davis Curry died at by Turner last saturday evening the ,3 Home in avs Hamtown where they had a Deg Hatrul time and ast and the remains were some Tine eats. _ j taken to her former Home in Nora Paul Topel delivered to Meier and j sping.3 Fol. in Early life one Handy of this City last saturday a was a Rossville resident having con Dandy Bunch of hogs. There were /9, ducted a Llu by store Here for a head in All and they averaged "0, my Jer 0i veal pounds each making a full Carload ,. That brought the top Price on the Chi t in National safety committee be Cago Market l ort3 that curls the past year Auto mrs. Matt Mccook a deaf mute at of a in cite to 1 of 21-00� Sceville recently overturned a can j 1,1 the muted states. Rice of Oil sitting in the warming oven of her Range. The Oil ignited on the stove and saturated mrs. Mccook is clothing causing such grievous Burns to her body that she died a few Days afterwards. The monday club met at the Home of mrs. Jessie Sanders monday afternoon. After the Roll Call mrs. Miller sixty eight per cent of the victims were pedestrians and forty i cent of this class were women this is surely a Good argument against Jay walking. Clarence both of Waukon is having a Heap of fun Riding in other res. On saturday last he my uus amt no a in Tina Mma it Aam tax to i it drive ver from the county Capitol in la a that had been snowbound in , a rea23� with co fuss and trouble cd building a Urc you can Moko a season s Cupply it wonderfully Fia Voiret Chat. By Brash off Tasat for Tea Ike this Quick. E&37, up to Date to i eave so pounds of meat oat of every 100 pounds Thyril no Antink there s now Ata in this method of smoking inc to o shrink o2tjofl0to20a Thuro la in the old Epidote House method. Gives delicious flavor it Riefa condensed smoke firial 6 delicious appetizing flavor to All meats Ana fish. Hods of Minoko from Best Arada of be Lecic of Hickory it la always the same. The old fashioned flavor in tha new fashioned Way without the waste and uncertainty of the old method. Used everywhere we carry the genuine guaranteed Wrig of s smoke. And Wrig Sii s Ham Pickle the Douglas pharmacy where Quality counts ton Sauls of Penola Volgot so Edsel Smoko vrho Abeokuta satisfaction for Over Twasta 1th Jean. Herald want ads Are read by everybody try them for Quick results. Men Here a re clothing values you can depend on just How dependable these Hart Schaff Ner & Marx clothing values Are you can learn in but one Way try them. And at the prices we have them marked you could not choose a better time to make the test. An ample assortment of models in a variety of the new fabrics add to the advantage of selecting Early. 25 per cent off on All suits Kohlmann Bros. Starts Friday feb. 5--closes saturday Nite feb. 13 enormous savings in shoes dress shoes $8.00 value_____$2.95 dress shoes $7.00 value_____$2.45 work shoes $5.00 value_____$3.95 work shoes $4.00 value_____$2.95 work shoes $3.50 value_____$2.75 overalls and work shirts at a stupendous sacrifice overalls $1.95 value_______1$1.25 head Light $2.50 value_____$1.95 work shirt $1.00 .75 work shirt $1.50 value a .95 big bargains in dress shirts dress shirts $3.50 value-----$2.95 dress shirts $3.00 value_____$2.25 dress shirts $2.50 value_____$1.95 dress shirts $2.00 value_____$1.49 dress shirts $1.50 value .95 a Beautiful souvenir Given to every customer during this stupendous Clearing Sale the greatest february Sale of overcoats we Ever held overcoats Are being offered during this Sale at prices you can scarcely imagine possible. Nevertheless the goods Are Here at the discount quoted below. And Best of All each and every garment bears our usual Iron Clad guarantee of satisfaction with your Purchase or your Money Back without question. 331-3 per cent off overcoats 3873 the Postville Herald Postville Iowa

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