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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1921, Postville, Iowa Wal Rodax. Year baby 10,1921 card e2$ffi and of mde we Cupi Stii u8 Dur Fig th8\i lrifl6st orid i of our beloved Hus valid and tie also for the Beautiful Floral la rings. Mrs Godfrey Staadt and. Children. Postville theatre s program for the week thursday february 10 e Aine Hammerstein in the daughter pays special 1 Friday and saturday feb. 11 & 12 Wallace Reidin the Valley of giants the tuesday february 15, h. B. Warner in the Pagan. God Thoj. To turf Herald Post Tibiae. Iowa. 4te�, or Telephone us the news. A Herald want ads bring results. Try pm Lowell Watkins was at Monona on sunday o a Aseo Cora Wheeler for. All kinds of House plants. A passenger the Delco the Delco electric farm lighting and Power Plant is Boinoff sold by the undersigned in this City. Call at our office one door East of commercial hotel for demonstration. We also do All kinds of wiring. J. Saueressig & son Postville Iowa John Mckernan waa to Ossian thursday. A Fred w. Tuttle was at Calmar an fort Atkinson monday. Regular meeting of the Rebekah tonight at eight o clock. Harry Liepack was up from oel Wain on business monday. Don t forget the income tax Man is in Postville at your service. Miss Florence Marston came Home from Waterloo Friday night for rent desirable Home on North Side. Inquire at this office. Grape fancy Navel oranges and fruit at Luhman & Sanders. Eggs Are 15c per dozen less than last week now Selling for 25c. Or. A. Folsom veterinarian. All Day or night Calls promptly answered. Alfred Welsch of Jessup came on tuesday for a visit with local relatives. Keith Gray went to Des Moines on monday for a visit to his sister Ethel. Upper Iowa University glee Chib at E. Church tuesday evening Fob. 15th. For Sale full blood White Wyandotte cockerel. B. B. Mcgonigle Luana Iowa. Flour from win the Friendship f of your Brood sows by feeding them Tankage Price $3.50 per cwt. For Sale by Hall Roberts son i Rossville Iowa the Postville Market. Thursday february s . ,._. A. 3ls. Wiley. Llroy Otley. In Clur hogs. T.�0 v. Tuckers. Fat Dies. T.a.t�. S. Fri Mars a iii cutters. A. bal frs. i fun.8.00-r, i Kkt Cutlo. 4.00-n. I eals. 000 8 tool hj68. Inuse . Tags. Tanner butter a a. Print a too saws notes on the Market. Grain markets Are stronger this Iwock wheat leading in the Advance a gains As follows Kjor 2c, Oats so wheat 9c. Most of the american Bent has been shipped to Europe Farmers hanging on to the balance preen bugs eating up the growing neat in Texas. Hides much lower a practically unsaleable. A a a live Stock hogs $1.00 lower for Ilie week and Stofil sinking. Narket still defining. Cattle Beech nut Peanut butter on bread or crackers makes. Wholesome balanced food. Sold by the Palm Post Vicle Iowa rat that did t smell a a Tyng dead for phrae Mont Ltd a swear it Ami Wihren Wka or it. A a a. To iwo thurs to very do a Putis in. To by Tell ebb Are fort i two is 4.get a sack of town crier with your next grocery order Luhman & Sanders. Hamilton Campbell of Decorah was a guest of his son j. W. Campbell and family last Friday. Or. And mrs. Henry Miller and alien Gertrude were Over sunday visitors at new Hampton. The machinery for Postville s new steam laundry is Here and the boys Are Busy installing same. Reif Bros received a Carload of ear Corn on tuesday for which they paid 60 cents per Bushel. Miss Soonin was at Decorah monday evening being one of the judges of the declamatory contest. _ Arthur Luehr is Here from Dorchester the guest of his sister mrs. W. G. Bulman and family. David Meyer was at Clermont on saturday the guest of his son Harvey editor of the Enterprise. Hans Schultz came Down from Austin minn., tuesday for the funeral of his Uncle John Schultz. Or. And mrs. Geo. Benz of jaw Lor came saturday to attend the funeral of mrs. Victor Ruckdaschel. Henry Miller and mrs. Ernest Brandt submitted to an operation at the Postville Hospital on monday. Kelly Waters arrived Home saturday from Rochester where his brother Wallace underwent an operation. For Sale-10 . International gasoline engine on trucks at a very reasonable Price. Postville motor co. Or. And mrs. C. F. Quinn went do Postville saturday where or. Quinn assisted an Bee. There will be an Eye ear nose and Throat clinic at Postville Hospital on next tuesday feb. 15th, Forenoon Only. Richard Wiliams will entertain the r. A. Members at an Oyster Fry i l Gijin Imeadow farm saturday night. J or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. Oils and greases for every purpose. Sem Dae gloss polish for cars dust mops and furniture. Standard Oil co., Postville. The Odd Fellows will have two candidates for the second degree Friday night. After the work refreshments will be served. A Little daughter came to Gladden the Home of or. And mrs. C. Deering of Post township about supper time tuesday evening. Religious revivals Are now on at West Union and Decorah. Forsythe the evangelist who was Here some years ago is on the Job at West Union. J. H. Williams commercial instructor in the local High school was called to Vulcan mich., saturday evening last by the serious illness of his father. Geo. P. Malone was a Postville visitor on wednesday. George is now located at Waterloo and was up at Clermont visiting his Mother mrs. N. Malone. Found Between Postville and my farm a woman s pocketbook. Owner May have same by calling proving property and paying Cost of advertising. Lee Folsom. Roy Moon on saturday marketed forty head of voting hops at which averaged 325 pounds. He Biho sold a Stock hog which tipped the beam at 850 pounds. The Seth Waters family tenants on the Darius Orr farm have tuned their contract to the Vern a Tetford family and the Walters family will move on to the r. F. Hecker farm a baby boy of Standard weight and fineness arrived at the Home of or. And mrs. A. A Kane of Waterloo on wednesday morning. The Mother was formerly Regina Steele or this City. Euc cd Morston Louis Schultz and Chas. H. Krumm wore at Prosper minn., in last Friday attending the hog Sale of p w. Young. The two first named purchased some ring am Mals to put on their farms near hew j h the Catholic card party monday i night at Maen Porchor Hall was we a attended and All present had Tito babe time. The receipts a set blog Over $50 mra. Kelleher won fee first honors Amweg the women and was or pwned with an Panga food cake and Abr Ebehrens car we Home a devils food cake for he the Herald for All the news.  for Sale ten tons of Hay r. A. Gass.,. H hot Baths for rheumatic trouble at Postville Hospital. 1% read today s geography in the Herald each week. A l. S. Mcewen was Here from de Corah Over sunday. Henry Miller went to Chicago on business tuesday night a a " potatoes for Sale-henry., Schuette sr., Postville Iowa. Aug. Schultz went to Decorah on sunday to see John Schultz. A. Abernethy arrived Home thursday from his visit at . D. Mike Hurley of Elkader was a Postville business visitor last Friday. Carl Schultz and mrs. Firtz Renz Man were at Decorah on saturday John and r. B. Waters were Over at their farm in Wisconsin last week. Mrs. H. Miller entertained the Bridge whist club on tuesday evening. A a Seva Al shorthorn. No id polled shorthorn bulls for. Sale. E a Marston. Upper Iowa University glee cab at E. Church tuesday evening Fob. 15th. Joe Thill arrived Here from Minneapolis tuesday for a visit to relatives and friends. The John Kluss family were quarantined for Scarlet fever the fore part of the week. J. Kenneth Sanders went to Minneapolis a minn., tuesday to attend the Auto show. Mrs. Tom Dowd and mrs. Ross Winn of Castalia were Postville visitors wednesday. Remember we make grocery deliveries every tuesday and Friday afternoon. Luhman & Sanders. Or. And mrs. We. C. Thoma entertained a number of friends at dinner at their Home sunday. There will be service at the lutheran Church every Friday evening during Lent at 7 30 o clock. Mrs. A. J. Phillips was at Clermont on wednesday visiting her daughter mrs. W. Sullivan. We. Stockman has finished filling his ice House and is now filling the ice House at the Farmers store. Drs. Kiesau & Kelliher physicians and surgeons. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store Postville Iowa. Or. And mrs. E. E. Brenner arrived Homo from Chicago sunday where they attended the Auto show. For Sale-10 . International gasoline engine on trucks at a very reasonable Price. Postville motor co. There will be an Eye ear nose and Throat clinic at Postville Hospital on next tuesday feb. 15th, Forenoon Only. Henry Marting brought 36 Young pigs to the Farmers cooperative society on wednesday which averaged 242 lbs. Mrs. De Hanson came up from Oelwein Friday called Here by the death of her sister mrs. Victor Ruckdaschel. Anyone wishing fire lightning Tornado or Cyclone insurance will do Well to Call on f. H. Welzel at the Postville state Bank. Miss Sadie Clapper of Waterloo who has been Here visiting her Cou mrs. H. Miller returned to her Home in Waterloo Friday. Mrs. R. C. Davis and miss Myrtle Davis wont to Iowa City on last Friday to consult a specialist regarding the hearing of miss Myrtle. Edward Schroeder. And the misses Louise and Anna Schroeder of Ossian were guests of or. And mrs. F. W. Tuttle tuesday and wednesday. For .sahs-300 by. Ear Corn Milch cow Good Wagon sled Corn shelter Scales Riding Popw Corn planter and other articles. Mrs. Eugene read r. 2 Postville. Edward Staadt who was called Here by the death of his father returned to Evanston 111., monday night to resume his studies at the Northwestern University. We. Oehring is improving his building which. Will be occupied by Geo. C. Sebastian on March 1st. Bobbie intends to have an up Odate to sorial parlor including Baths. Or. And mrs. H. S. Luhman Are scheduled to arrive Here about March first and the rest of Postville s Winter tourists in California expect to stick it out until the first of june. Ernst and John Ruckdaschel and or. And mrs. Chas. Zwick and daughter Huldah of Staplehurst nebr., arrived Here on sunday night to attend the funeral of mrs. Victor Ruckdaschel. A Limber spine Means health. A stiff spine Means weakness and disease. For miss reason you should take Napra Pathic treatments. O. A. Kinsel physician Postville Iowa. Will Daubenberger arrived Here Friday from Minneapolis for a visit to Home folks and friends. He is now located at Yorktown  sask., Canada and was at Minneapolis to buy machinery for his Large machine shop. We now have the most Snow of the Winter on the ground about four inches All of which has arrived in daily spasms that began last sunday afternoon and has been added to daily since. The weather continues very mild a meeting is called for wednesday evening feb 15, at the legion half for the tar bae of to organizing an auxiliary to the american legion Post and All interested Are urged to be present. All mothers wives Sis tors and daughters of a service men whether sch latter Are members of the legion or not Are eligible to membership in the basketball games last Friday night Drew the usual Good crowd and As usual everybody got their Money s Worth of fun. The preliminary of the Grade girls was simply immense and the finish was six to twelve in favor of one Side or the other the boys game with Calmar As an opponent was a Uve Wiro from the Alpha to the Mejra the final score being 14 to 24 the Postville Way. It is Likely a closer game = might have resulted had not so itt Nylof the Calr mat Tow Bush wearing vaccination .jtwmft-��.__________. -,.-.f. L Paul Topel is Over from Detomh today mrs and mrs Louis Thoma drove Over from Burr Oak. Today a a hear a a the hawaiian a singers and players next wednesday night. Upper. Iowa University glee Chib at.,m. E. Church tuesday evening feb 15.th. A friends romans countrymen Tho income trix Man is now at Tho citizens state Bank. See him. Lest you forget we say it yet do not fail to take in the 4ouble-header basketball game at the High school gym. Saturday night. Cresco is Postville. Let us save you Money on your Magazine subscriptions. Wie have clubbing rates with practically every Magazine published and it will pay you to get our prices Postelle her. Aid. Fred Schmidt and Fred Soli of Elkader Christ Schumaker and Wichas. Thoma of Gam Avillo or. And mrs. Herman schierholz or. And mrs. We. Kregel and. Mrs. Kruse of Monona were Here Friday to attend the funeral of Godfrey Staadt. Burrel Waters of the g. A. Waters household is walking Wath a Cane these Davs As the result of falling from a horse which he was Riding last week and injuring his right leg. He had broken the same member some time Democrat. Mrs. J. E. Horgan and daughter Gene of this City accompanied miss Mayme Horgan to Dubuque Friday. From there miss Horgan will go to Milwaukee to visit her Friend mrs. Caroline Schofield after which she will return to her Home in Reynolds n. D. About a half Hundred relatives tendered mrs. W. Simpson of this City a Jolly birthday Surprise monday evening at her Home bringing with them an abundance of Good things to cat and maybe they did t have a Good time but the reports Are All to the contrary. S. A. Harris who owns several farms in the Hardin Vicinity was a Waukon visitor monday. He has purchased a tract of land in the Rio Grande Region Down in Texas and expects to move there next fall if he can dispose of his a Lla Makee Democrat. Elmer Martens arrived Here sunday from Guernsey for a visit at the Home of mrs. Dora Heins and with other relatives. He made the trip of 175 Miles with his Auto and had no Troubl in getting through until he got to Clermont where the falling Snow made travelling difficult. C. W. Brandt of fort Atkinson was a business visitor in town Friday. He and Geo. E. Cooney have the Agency for the Hoth Hay Mower two of which have been just installed on the Peter Timp farm and to in b Domfield township one for Charlie Mundt and one for Jack Mundt. Ossian Bee. I one of our merchants tells us that a new use is being made of banana stalks and instead of throwing them a Way he is giving them to the Farmers to hang up in their Chicken houses to keep out Chicken lice. It is said that lice will not stay around where on of. The stalks is hanging. Try it says an Exchange. At the recent meeting of the Ossian Community our t. F. Schmitz was chosen president l. A. Dessel Secretary and Cornell Riveland treasurer dues were fixed at $8.00 per year for residents of Ossian and at $4.00 per year for out of town members and it was decided to admit teacher s and preachers free. A piece of discarded Auto tire tubing to the sole of the shoe will it is said outwear two leather half soles. This is easily done by roughing the leather with a rasp or scraper applying three Coats of Patch Cement and a layer of Cushion Stock to which is applied the cemented tubing As in the Patching of a tube on the Road. There is a new ruling this year for All who pay their taxes in two instalments. When the first payment is made All instead of half As heretofore Road tax dragging tax delinquent Road tax head tax and dog tax must be. Paid which will make the first payment somewhat heavier than the second Leader the following news item sent us All the Way from the state of Washington Wil be of interest to folks in the old Home town Joe Harris of Postville Iowa now teaching in Ros Len wash., was the Honor guest of the faculty and a Host of friends at the Home of mrs. We. Stock so. The occasion was or. Harris 21st birthday. Carl Rollins who left Here fourteen years Aeo a kid came Back for a Day last monday a full grown Man. He is now located at Pipestone Minnesota from where he meanders Over Southern Minnesota As travelling representative of the Goodrich tire co. Since leaving Here he has acquired a wife and two children the two latter being now in school. He also informed us that a week ago last saturday he Laid his Mother to rest in Minneapolis. Lansing s new Industry. Lansing is to have another factory this one designed to manufacture fish boxes it 1b a Woll known fact that this town is one of the shipping Points along the Mississippi thousands of pounds going out daily in the summer season to new York and other places. It takes some boxes and barrels to hold these vast quantities of fish is All must be iced and properly so As to reach their destinations in Frosh condition to accommodate the great traffic in fish it is designed now to make boxes of uniform sizes. We push has undertaken the work and in the Purchase of proper machinery is Well equipped for the business of making the boxes Lansing Mirror. Milwaukee time change. A change of time went into effect on the Milwaukee Road last sunday by which three passenger trains Are effected As follows. Due Here at 3 24 a. M., is 19 minutes earlier and is now due at 3 11. Train no. 3, West bound which a Oto Erly due Here Kat 9 24 a m., is Nino minutes later than formerly and in now due Here at 9 33.fort Nelv at"12t60 p1 a a in utess a he div he of cow 4u1�bre� in Mem a Mew Mcgall s patterns sold exclusively by Luhman & Sanders the big store Postville Iowa attorneys meet at Calmar. The attorneys of the 13th judicial District met in convention at Calmar last monday and organized the thirteenth District bar association. Hancock of West Union was elected president Antes of West Union Secretary and Comstock of West Union treasurer. Resolutions were adopted asking for a third judge for the District also asking that the salaries of District judges be increased and opposing the measure before the legislature for the establishment of a county court system. They also opposed the redistricting of the thirteenth District in another Resolution. An executive committee was selected composed of two members from each county for the purpose of properly presenting these matters before the Iowa legislature. We. S. Hart and r. V. Gleason of Waukon were elected to the executive committee to rep resent Alla Makee . Auto Axle Breaks on Ford or. F. L. Baker had a narrow escape from death or broken Bones on sunday afternoon when the rear Axle of his Foid broke As he was descending the Hill near the a. R. Cook farm. He heard a loud crack when the Axle broke but did not know what had happened. He tried to apply the Brake which of course did not work. The emergency Brake also was out of commission and the car being on the Down Grade shot Forward at great Speed so he gave his attention to steering it around the curve. He succeeded in crossing the Bridge at the foot of the Hill safely but when on the other Side the car left the Road and a wheel came off. And fearing an overturn he jumped out and let it take its own course. It did not turn Over however and ran into a wire Fence. His Medicine Case which he left on the seat was still there. This is the second Axle he has broken due to the bad condition of the Leader. Decorah s Damnable dances Ham. Pickle contents of Large Jar Eusaro cures barrel of Moat. Simply mix with 87 lbs. Of bait and rub on Moat. Leave Moat in bait or Brino four to eight . Always Peck Rind Toiuo uppermost. Completo directions and valuable information on cur. Ing and smoking meat with every Botto of Wright s Ham fickle Lar Merto save Money a by sugar curing and smoking his own meat. It s a Good Way to make Money too because town people Are always anxious to buy country cured meat Wright s food products make it a simple matter to cure meat at Home. Wright s smoke is made by condensing actual Hickory Emoke. Simply and easily applied with cloth or Brush. Gives wonderfully delicious flavor does away with old smoke House saves 20 lbs. Of meat out of every 100 lbs. A Largo $1.25 bottle will smoke a barrel of meat. Guaranteed satisfactory or your Money Back. For Sale by your druggist Wright s test pm Cutie 13 a scientific preparation for curing meat. Contains All the necessary ingredients except Salt. Cures meat better with less work and gives delicious flavor. Wright s Ham Pic lilo is sold by your Drueding guaranteed satisfactory or your Money Back. A Wright food products Are guaranteed both Wright smoke and Ham Pic wore pro Granteed to give absolute satisfaction or your Money Back. Be euro to gut the genuine Wright food products. Ask Youa dealer or write us if to can t Supply you. Well end you n valuable Boos on smolt inc meat and explain How you can get a Fine butchering set at factory Cost. The Douglass pharmacy Wright s condensed smoke simply apply Wright a smote to meat with cloth or Brush. Large $1.25 bottle smokes a barrel of meat and Ivoa delicious Haver. Wright Smoko is a liquid made by condensing Emoke from selected Hickory. Directions and information on curing and smoking meat with every bottle of Wright s smoke. The commercial club went on record As disapproving the Public dances As they have been conducted for several months by passing a Resolution requesting the mayor to have an officer present at dances in the future to see that order is maintained and objectionable characters excluded. To was the opinion of a majority of the club members that the ordinance should be amended so As to make mini Erht the closing hour. As it now stands the ordinance permits an Extension of the dancing hour to two o clock and it is after Midnight that much of the intoxication is in evidence that has made the dances decidedly questionable affairs. A dance last week was one of the worst in this respect and included a fight As Well. Mayor Buckne ,1 informed a Republican reporter that he had served notice that another instance of this kind would cause the cancellation of the License of the Hall in Republican. Would remit Road fund to counties treasurer of state w. J. Burbank will be required to remit to county treasurers of Iowa the available apportionment of their primary Road fund according to a Bill introduced in the House yesterday by rep re tentative .1. H. Anderson of Winnebago county. One half will be remitted april 2 and the remainder August 2 of each year. Final disbursement of the primary Road fund will be through the county treasurers offices who will Honor warrants of county auditors for work performed on the roads. Partial payments of work May be made Asi this progresses but this payment Wujs not constitute. Acceptance of the work nor a waiver of any will be Maue to the county auditors. Auto stripped and burned. At an. Auto belonging to Claire Cook 1g04 West sixth Street a taxicab Driver was stolen from. In front of the Whitfield methodist Church Between 9 and 10 30 o clock last night driven to a Point near it. Calvary cemetery on the military Road stripped of. Its valuable darts and set on fire by the thief the car was totally destroyed. It waa valued at $2,500. The loss is covered by insure. Anca. Or. And mrs. Cook came out of uie Chirich. About 10 30 o clock and discovered that the automobile had been stolen. While walking toward Home they met the Are department on its. Way to extinguish the Blaze. The., Vej Jolo to a Motorist who was driving toward he ailed to la a . Give us the contract if you Are putting up a new building or if you Are going to remodel your House be sure to let us figure on the plumbing work. We have had considerable experience in handling big jobs and we know How to buy material to save you Money. You will find our work to be extremely neat and we do All work quickly and accurately. We will gladly figure on Small jobs As Well As big ones. And we do repair work too. 4, Riley & Davis experts in installation of plumbing and heating Stop that cough or Gold with Rexall Cherry bark cough syrup or Rexall cold tablets Thoma Bros. Pharmacy -4, 9�sh my

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