Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
10 Feb 1921

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10 Feb 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1921, Postville, Iowa Page four the to St pm egg Pafk Miffy. Iowa thursday february Iti i a citizens state Bank Postville. Iowa surplus $10,000 capital $100.0uo helpfulness a Bank a Success depends largely upon the assistance it gives depositors and the manner in which it is Given. The growth of this Bank has been largely due to its policy of helpfulness toward All depositors regardless of the size of their accounts. We pay 5 per cent interest on time deposits for 6 or 12 month officers h. S. Luhman president l. 0. Beucher cashier p. L. Williams vice president Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. A Luhman John Waters win. Harris Geo. Kohlmann f l. Williams c. W. Meier l. O. Beucher John c. Weihe 1 Poland China Brood sow Sale at Ossian wednesday feb. 23 to this offering consists of 30 head four tried sows two Spring yearlings three fall gilts balance Spring gilts this is a selected offering out of a Large Herd and these sows have All been fed developed and bred with a View to their future usefulness and As such will make a valuable addition to anyone s Herd. These sows Are bred to our Herd boars Iowa Long jumbo 353739, a descendant of big Square jumbo and is True in Type to his ancestry. Super Orange a Spring pig of Promise by big Black Orange 2nd. Super Orange was the first prize boar under six months old in one. Of the strongest hog shows Ever held at the Fayette county fair 1920. A full guarantee goes with each animal. This Young Herd to a been started out of leading herds of Iowa and we will be pleased to have you attend this Sale and get acquainted with us. Write us for a folder. Schneberger Bros., Ossian Iowa l l�ihwhwwi1wi1�1mfll we Are not boasting we Are Only stating a fact and what hundreds of satisfied patrons say about us. Besides excellence of goods we also Lay claim to promptness and carefulness in the filling of All orders. This is the Best place in town for groceries Geo. J. Meier a co groceries Postville Herald win. J. Klingbeil Wuhu her 1 subscription Price $3.00 Jar car j All sub Swap dims ptts Abaft strictly la Hii Yiknee. Advertising rate Cunt sent on application foreign advert Luln american press association sutured at the Jmst Olleo it to Stville Iowa As Stoml oiness mall matter. Thursday february 10, 1921 nearby correspondence Luana. Or. And mrs. Herman Rekow were at Monona monday. . G. H. Overbeck visited relatives at Monona monday. . Frank Ames is quite ill. All Hope for a speedy recovery. The Creamery company have been i liner their ice House the past week. and mrs. W. J. Lindroth and son Richard were it Monona  tuesday. Miss. Caroline Over cd spen. Thursday and Friday among Postville relatives. Fred Landt received a Carload of hollow tile for his House he plans to erect this season. Or. And mrs. Connors of Elgin came saturday to visit their daughter mrs. Ben Frank and family. Miss Amelia Overbeck spent several Days the past week with her Friend Lulu Campbell at Decorah. . Dan Reardon mrs. Henry Walter and grandson Clifford Looby of forme Isuji g comic saturday to visit Henry Krambeer. . Shaffer Teft wednesday to. Visit relatives at Decorah Enro Uto to Riceville where she will visit hex daughter mrs. Fred Walter. This week Roy Moon delivered 40 Shaab averaging 325 lbs., the Best the Farmers shipping company has handled this Winter. One old hog weighed s50 lbs. Some of the neighbors and relatives surprised or. And mrs. Henry Schroeder Friday evening it a Cine their Silver wedding anniversary. A very Jolly time is reported. consolidated school notes. The ancient history class will take up the study of greek Art this week. The american literature class is studying Longfellow s Shorter poems. The civics class had an interest discussion of the divorce question the other Day. The latin class Bavins struggled bravely through Hie and Ille and the passive voice is now Labouring with reflexive pronouns. We regret that our game with Postville last Friday had to be called off due to the illness of several of the players. We Hope to play Post Ville soon. The Grade teachers have a new Bell with which to terminate their recesses. The High school students rather Objet to it As it sounds like & dinner Bell. " the agriculture class has raided the Library for information concerning fruit that remains on the tree or Plant All Winter. One student suggested a pumpkin. The tenth Grade is studying current topics in the literary digest and some of the students Are Boom ing very Well informed. They will read the idylls of the King As soon As copies of it arrive. . Selja Mathews was & caller at St. Olaf fonday. Miss Amy Mathews was a caller at Monona saturday. Miss Violet go smart was a caller at Monona wednesday. S Arno Jones spent saturday with his uncles the Moon Bros. Ralph Reardon was a caller at St. Olaf Between trains monday morning. Miss Barabar William spent Salcur Day afternoon with her Mother it . Donald Oelke came up from Dubuque Friday for a visit with Home folks. Or. Harnack ,. Mandy spent sunday at the Henry Harnack Home East of town. Or. And mrs. Will Gruel and son Lester sunday at Henry Harnack s. A  _. Mr., and mrs. Herman Baade and ton Laurence were shoppers at Mcgregor saturday afternoon the Grade pupils will give a pro Guim Friday evening feb. Lith. Everyone is invited to attend. . Henry Walter and grandson and mrs. Dan Reardon spent Satur Lay at the Henry Krambeer Home at Luana. Or. And mrs. Aithur Hinsch and daughter june returned Home Mon Jay after a number of weeks stay at St. Louis. Or. And mrs. Roy Harnack and daughter Dolores spent saturday and sunday at the August Koehn Home South of Elkader. A or. And mrs. Geo. Menkes and or. And i s. Herbie Harnack of Remsen were business callers at Elkader thursday. . Henry Hinsch of Calmar is visiting Here a few Days with her folks and mrs. Herman Gall Iid other relatives. Or. And mrs. Arthur Schmidt and children and or. And mrs. Henry Luebbers spent sunday at the k Imkenberg Home. There was a Farewell party Given monday evening in. Honor of or. And mrs. John Sabban and daughter or my mrs. Will stack and Faini r and or. And mrs. John Ihde and family who will njiove1 away the first ii March. Lisette by Muriel Blair West Union court grist Castalia. Attend the concert by the upper Iowa University glee club at the m. E. Church february 15th mrs. Bert Harvey has been on the sick list. D. C. Malloy missed the train on sunday morning mra Chas. Winji is visiting rela Tives at Mcgregor. The laurels Johnson Saje was Well attended wednesday or. Kelleysr wag a professional caller in town today or. And mrs. Dell Downing name up from Monona monday e. E. Malloy was a business visitor at Waterloo the fore part of the week. Or and mrs. Frank Cannon and sons were passengers of Ossian monday evening or and mrs we Garrison of Fayette were Over sunday visitors at the will Albright Home. Miss Hoven Rath Buju returned to sunday to resume her school duties after a weeks vacation mrs Smorstad and the jog Kluss Home Are Rele sgd from quarantine mrs Joe Kiiss is Govlya Esting. No services were held in the lutheran Church the past two sundays on account of the illness of the pastor. Louella Richards and Harvey do hns have Scarlet fever. The latter in spying at the John Kluss Home the ice crop vj�6 a fail Pra Here pens que entry the re us Grants and hotel for having Joe shipped in to Supply Tbs deficiency last sunday at them the dist Church and Union a school services an offering for tube St trying of China and the Nassr a at was taken and it amounted Tov a Fdl. If you wish to help this Good huge now is a Good Chance. Proof of will to All we Fri it May concern. Notice is Hertt y Glyen that an instrument Dur porting u be  the last will and testament it Godfroy Stoldt deceased late of a4lamajee county Iowa has beep opened and read in the off ice of the Cerk of District court a Joura in and for ally Nia i Kee county and that March 23.-.1921, a fe.1 or a or of e proof off a said will in a Aid witness my hand he the Seal of said x3ou�t Seal this m a _ wan of quarm  j i cleric of a strict court court opened monday and the first ase to come on trial was that of the state of Iowa is Alva Lahner on charge of incest his Cousin being tiie complaining witness his trial had gotten under Way in Good shape jury secured and the state half Way thru with its witnesses when the boy gave up the ship and wednesday he entered a plea of guilty. Judge Springer sentenced him to Twenty five years at hard labor. His parents and the parents of the complaining witness joined hands and pleaded for decency and the judge paroled the boy to the sheriff at the same time giving him a lot of fatherly advice about his morals and that hanging around Pool Halls was t the proper environment for a growing Young Man. Gilbert Millree who was indicted for part jury also pleaded guilty at this time and was sentenced to ten years hut the judge paroled him to the sheriff pending Good behaviour. The. Two Young men mentioned above can consider themselves fortunate in one Way and that is that they do not have to serve their sentences but by the judge s orders this county is going to have two Model Young men As Long As they do pot break their parole. The Oelwein Home brew artists caught in the drag net of Oelwein of once were brought to the City monday and the judge relieved the whole Bunch of $100 and costs Eash. A we presume that if Likker Sells for $30 a quart the Fine did t deplete their Treasury to any great extent. Court adjourned this morning until next tuesday when the first Case to up will be that of Borland is Lena a dam acre suit in which the plaintiff sues for ?3,000 this Case is the Hitcome of an Auto hitting the plaintiff s son and injuring him. West Union Union. Gobs crap by Over prices. Alvin Knight who has Farmed near Here the past year has suddenly Dis Arneard says the Buffalo Center Tribune. Himself and wife returned monday from a visit with relatives at Farnhamville and upon arriving Here he told his wife to go on up town while he would get the Beer Gage and follow her. It seems he got Back on to get his overcoat and the Tram started out so. He. Went to Law Coati but has not been heard of since until yesterday morning when ills wife received a card from him mailed on the train which said he was picked up by three men in an automobile after leaving la Kota to walk Back. He did where he was and had had nothing to eat since he left these men were treating him rough and1 he thought they were bootleggers. He said Ono of them agreed to mail the card for him but. He would not Tell him where they were at. It is thought he is temporarily out of his mind owing to the fact that he is suffering from severe headaches and has been worrying of late Over the falling of prices and some debts. His father inlaw of Farnhamville arrived Here yesterday and is taking Steps to locate him and adjust matters for him. His reputation and character Are Good and to has been a hard worker. His friends Are confident he will soon be located and returned to his wife and child who Are about distracted Oyer his disappearance. Of Tiki cd f of Road patrol. The patrol system of maintenance on the Iowa primary Road system during 1920 Cost an average of 3123 per mile. These figures Are from the summary of maintenance expenditure just completed by the Iowa Highway commission. Total maintenance expenditures of the 6.619 Miles wore 1 or an average for the mileage cared for i by patrolmen of s123. Gang maintenance where work done was of a nature too heavy for owe Man or the Light equipment of the patrolman Cost an average of $88 per mile materials used Yosti an average of $8i00, Milf and expenditures Fox equipment and tools averaged b Fth by reason of the first expense in Many a Pontes for outfitting for the patrol system. Gee i m hired Ain t you Lysette asked miss Spurge our be Tinling Back., the shelves piled with Burlap and Monk s Coth which As All Salesgirl know Muke heavy Rolls. Say Lysette i m sick of this Job. What s the use you toll and slave Allday. And Wear yourself to pieces for your fifteen Bones a week Ami when sunday comes you re so used up All you can do is to "yes1. So m i answered Lysette Blanc hard disconsolately. There was a Lull in business at Howard s Emporium it was two in., the afternoon and the morning Rush was Over afternoon shoppers Lynul not yet put in their appearance. Miss sir Geo surveyed the Little French Ciu Mdian Ger who had joined the sales Force some Throe months previously. All the girls liked her they recognized too that she was the right sort As they phrased. It. Nobody Ever took liberties with Little Lysette. Say Lysette continued miss Spurgeon confidently. I got a Dandy fellow. Works wholesale Hurd Ware strive and gets Terry eight steady the year round. He s asked me to hitch up with him every sunday night this past year Aud i Don t know but what i will yes queried miss Lysette. Kure that s what t went on miss Spurgeon. He s the kind of fellow any girl would be. Proud of these cheap bikers that comes in to scrape acquaintance and take you out to a dinner miss Spurgeon cried the floor Walker severely and miss Spurgeon hurried Nway leaving Lysette blah Cli Ned to her meditations. If the loquacious Salesgirl could have known the thoughts that she. Hud set coursing through the other s Kiln a Slu would have beep Genu lonely Hor Rutled Lysette Lap chord had of file Sputh from her Home in Canada eve in Mouths before leaving her Psi ends Ier for leads and hoc Livor be Shinil. In vain Andre had a skew liar to stay. But she craved life and excitement the stories which she had heard of the Metropolis of America Hij fas Clu Atud her the deadly Monotony of life Hist Joc him had become Lupos Sable to he. On the More Long of their parting Slipy had stroll Elf in the Woods together and Audre stooping Hud picked a siem of Wintergreen with its. Cli slut Iii berries us handed it to her. She smelled the faint acrid odor of the leaves even then. When the Winter Green bears fruit again and. Thou Art pot bore then \ shall know that to Sqq Wilt Uever return said Andre v that was eleven Mouths before Lysette had spent nearly a Al Ole year away. She had pad time to become Dysep chapter to realize Whit life in a Large City a Teapot to it go l living alone and Thep the stranger hid cume in to her life she had first seen him upon the Street As she left the store one eve Ning and had flushed under his stare on the next morning she found him waiting outside the store he followed her in made a Purchase addressed a few sepia yes to her he came again and again he always Trenfel Ier Wihl respect and Trio ugly her fear of win was inst native Grid a airy he scraped an Acque inti Ince with her. He was Wollor Torcq and though she did not love him she Felt that hero at East was the Chance of salvation from hip laborious lot then on Tho preceding sunday he had told her something which filled her with humiliation and shame. He was married he said. His wife and he had beep separated for years but tie could not divorce her what did hat matter is Long As they loved Puc i it car he would rat press her for or decision but would wait for her outside to e sore up wednesday no ghz. Thep she could give him his answer. had turn herself Javay and fled from hip. All that night she wept lying sleepless in her bed la the title Pill room of her boarding House up wednesday he met her outside the store that night und she greeted in icily. She did not order him away but walked beside ii thinking thinking hard. She turned toward him presently her pyes brei Qineng with tears god forgive me i Ain too week to say what i should say she said.  have pity on me and leave pie. Help pie against myself he Drew her into the shelter of a Dpi any and pleaded with her. She Felt the last atom of her strength leaving her a a a a want Argreen Sweet Winter Green i cried a voice beside her she started violently a peddle s cart had stopped before the curb Laden with Flowers and greenery and in the hand that he thrust out toward Hep she Saff the Plant that suddenly awakened sue poignant memories Laden with its clustering Berlos and suddenly the past year was Bloj fed for Pic i or Niland. St. Joachim Woods tie in was bearing fruit again. And Indre was waiting As he had sword to wait. Goodby slip up id looking at him steadily i am going Home. I shall never see App a gain and something in her voice told hero that her resolve was inexorable. a Spray of White Green pea list her Henrt slipped into Ftp or pads. Pontio para6raph a pawned Poppr Fulty g Seldom or deemed. Some of the people Yon can t too spy of be time. Beware of 1 mining stocks lying ground on the saw floor. A girl Seldom Falla in Loyt with a Yoi ipg map unless then is same re son Why she should t. Or offer is to patrons and non patrons of this Bank alike. If there is any particular in Wii he we May Bej of service four management will highly appreciate your Call. A our service Only As it is helpful to you to this Community. We Are your friends Here. 5 per cent interest on 6 or 12-mo.deposits i f a Jaan it service & safety jaws Fisfis pure bred cattle Sale s at May s barn just North of grand hotel Waukon Iowa j tuesday feb. 15, at 12 30 p. M. 1 Are. i 27 shorthorn bulls and 7 females 4 Angus bulls the pedigrees show animals Audi As statesman Ben Llor conductor nonpareil of Maple Leaf count Avon  Jujj Whitehall Sultan Etc. This is your Opportunity to get a Good animal to head your Herd. All animals Are Jujj tested for tuberculosis. Alla Makee co. Breeders association waukor., a Call for catalogue it farm Bureau of Lico g Turner opera House a wednesday february id a night in old Hawaii with Kohl and s famous native hawaiian singers and players Oor House would be unnecessary i everybody d

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