Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
11 Feb 1926

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11 Feb 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1926, Postville, Iowa Ill Day february 11, 1�2� the Postville Herald Postville Iowa pack fit top in and see us Jaq have received our new equipment and Are now ready to receive you baby Chick and custom hatching order. We Are located next door to the North Ollowa produce co. We will be glad to show you our Mammoth incubator at any time. If you have a Good flock of pure bred poultry we nay be Able to use your eggs. Get in touch with us once. A Postville s new Industry he Alla Makee hatchery Boies capper manager Postville la. Local news notes w�5i the Choice of the particular Farmer for Over 61 years. You too will find satisfaction in sowing Badger Brand seeds. Sold by reliable dealers everywhere. 1865 l. Teweles seed co. Milwaukee wis. 1926 try our want and column. Sunday is St. Valentino s kinds plants see Cora Wheeler. Guaranteed Nursery Stock Dietshe. Mrs. Chas. Huebner is on the sick list this week. Pure Leaf lard 18 cents per Pound. W. ,7. Wagner & son. L. L. Hill received two carloads of wire und nails last week. Jack Thill is Here from Dubuque visiting relatives and friends. George Wagner of Monona was a Postville visitor last saturday. Regular meeting of Postville Heap. Ter 0. E. S. Next monday evening. Phonograph Needles at the Postville furniture , or. G. U. Tapper of Monona was in Postville on professional business wednesday. George k Ohlman and Gus Miller in stained the roosters last evening in tile Kohlman Flat. Miss Hazel Stoner a nurse was operated for appendicitis at Postville Hospital tuesday. Mrs. John Pulver of Elgin was operated tuesday at Postville Hospital for appendicitis. Mrs. De Meyer of Mcgregor was operated wednesday at Postville Hospital for adhesion. John Pulver of Elgin was a caller yesterday while Here to visit his wife at Postville Hospital. J. T. Melvold is in pcs Moines this week attending the state convention of the clothing dealers. Now is the time to get your harness oiled and ready for Spring work. Putnam harness store. Or. And mrs. Fritz Gruhn and family will on March first become tenants on the r. F. Hecker farm. An Eye ear nose and Throat clinic will be Neld at Postville Hospital Forenoon Only tuesday february 16. It s too bad Barnum is dead As another Cardiff giant has been found in a hollow tree near Ladysmith Wisconsin. W. R. Blake of Clermont who is to to a candidate for Railroad commissioner was a Postville visitor sunday morning. Or. And mrs. Ray Gallaghar of Parker South Dakota Are visiting Here at the Home of her Mother mrs. Elizabeth Sonn Kaio. 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. Why suffer those aches and pains v come to Postville take treatments. And be cured. 0. A. Kinsel Napra and Perry Perkins As trouble Man. Kathie physician Postville Iowa. A Rumber of the lady friends of miss Bernice Philips returned Mon Emma Kahle gave her a Surprise Day evening from a week end set re Nauphal Shower monday evening of her father Henry in Cedar rapids with her Sistei-3, mrs Walter Sullivan and miss Alice and her brother Harold. Mrs. F. S. Burling came up from Waterloo last week for a visit in the Home of or. And mrs. W. H. Burling making the trip by Auto. She came As fsr As Randalia with Waterloo friends and was met there j y her Ion w. H. Public auction the undersigned having rented his farm will sell at Public auction on the premises 6 Miles Northwest of Postville and 2 Miles Southeast of Frankville on thursday february 18, 1926 commencing at 10 o clock a. The following property to it 7 head horses gelding 7 years old weight about 11600 Gray Mare 7 years old weight about 1200 Bay Mare 10 years old f weight about 1200 gelding 3 years 1 old Bay Mare 4 years old one Colt 2 years old one Colt 1 year old. Cattle a part of my famous High product i my Herd of Holstein cows and heifers. Seme fresh some to freshen soon some Heifer calves. Machinery 4 horse Imperial Drill seeder Mccormick 7 foot Grain Binder Emer son Standard Mower Dain Hay Load Imoline Side delivery Rake Deer Ling Corn Binder 14 in. Sattley gang new last Spring 3 Section Harrow walking plow disc Harrow Deere Corn planter. 3 Corn cultivators 2 wagons Bob sled hog rack 60 Al. Feed cooker Gale. Barrel hog Fountain Corn Sheller feed mall 2 steel barrels cider Mill saw Frame Vith circular saw no. 22 de Laval Meream separator barrel cart Surrey t0 horse portable gasoline engine work harness. Furniture Sale 1 o clock p. 1 bedroom suite consisting of steel bed Dresser and commode to match 1 bedroom set Oak bed with Dresser and commode to match dining room table round 12 it. Extension 6 chairs 1 Buffet Bookcase and writing desk combined Morris chair 7 rockers Cabinet sewing machine 2-6 it. Kitchen tables 2 couches 2 refrigerators Kitchen Cabinet 1 Rug 11x12 it. 1 Rug 9x12 it. 8 yes. Velvet Stair carpet Metal Stair rods 1 household Mangel a lot of pictures and frames a lot of dishes cooking utensils Wash tubs Cream cans fruit jars 20 Gal. Stone Jar and a number of smaller ones 2 telephones and numerous other articles. About 30 tons of Good Hay in barn. Bees 8 colonies of bees. 2 new hives a number of supers and other supplies. 275 chickens mostly r. I. Reds. About 30 Bushel potatoes. Free lunch and hot Coffee at noon perms -$10 and under that amount one year s tune will be Given on bankable notes bearing 7 per cent interest. All goods to be settled for before being removed from premises. Paul Topel prop. Of. Geo. Waters act. Postville state Bank clerk Tiv our want and column. Tornado windstorm february will be half shot next sunday. Mrs. W. D. Gould is on the mend again after a week s illness. Roy Wagner and miss Mabel Kahle were Clermont visitors sunday. Or. Kelleher made a trip to Giard tuesday evening after ? in o clock. Jim i Kneeskern of Frankville took the train Here monday for Waterloo. Bring in your harness before the Rush for oiling Putnam harness store.  or. And mrs. Lee Bowers spent last thursday with Home folks in Cresco. Irvin Hughes of Frankville was a business visitor in Postville monday Forenoon. A John Hecker returned Friday morn ing from his visit to the Chicago Auto show. A. Or. Robertson of Monona was a professional caller at the John Waters farm . And mrp f. W. Hughes ate dinner in Elgin sunday in the r. P. Strauch Home. Or. And mrs. De Mcneil entertained a crowd of neighbors to a supper last sunday evening. Or f. W. Kiesau physician and surgeon. Office Over the pos Ottice. Both telephones. Mrs. John l. Gregg entertained a company of lady friends at her Home saturday evening. Lee Candee of West Union spent sunday Here in the Home of his parents or. And mrs. A. Candee. Or. And mrs. Ira g. Riley and Jim Mie have recently moved from fair Bault Minnesota to Stillwater. An Eye ear nose and Throat clinic will be held at Postville Hospital Forenoon Only tuesday february 16. Or. And mra. H. H. Douglas motor-6d/down to Farmersburg sunday for a Little visit with or. And mrs. C. T. Grattidge. Or. A. A. Schmidt has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. Or. And mrs. W. A. Granger of West Union were visitors sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. H. F. Schara of this City. Mrs. J. Boehm and Bob returned the first of the week from a visit in the Home of or. And mrs. Leonard Morrissey at Elkhorn Wisconsin. At a Farmers Telephone meeting held last saturday Helen Willmia was again selected As chief operator at he -3iome Kahle. After a pleasant try visit in tip Home of or. And mrs. Goerge w. Klein of this City mrs. Willis be master of this City left sunday for her Home in Osage. Mrs. L. O. Beucher and mrs. H. D. Cole entertained a number of their lady friends at Noonday luncheons on tuesday and wednesday afternoon at the Home of the latter. See Charley s aunt at Postville theater next wednesday and thursday and help the boys s. S. Class contribute to the building fund of the new Community Church. Mrs. Fred Lammert and daughters will move into town from the farm on March first occupying the j. F. A Las residence in West Postville now occupied by the Schweikert family. Or. A. A. Schmidt hooked onto the Jirair Frith a Victor radio at his Home. A Vienas run a wire from his Home to the Hospital where a loud speaker gives the nurses and convalescing patients some Nice musical programs. Mrs. L. D. Smith of Elkader arrived in Postville tuesday for a visit with her Sisters mesdames Chas. Huebner and Fred c. Schultz. She had been in Dubuque and Marquette visiting " other members of her family and is returning Home. On saturday evening last the members of Unity chapter no. 62, r. A. M., entertained their Blue Lodge soothers at a smoker and card party. More than a half Hundred were present to enjoy the occasion and the appetizing luncheon served at Midnight. It is related that a Postville business Man who was taking in the Iowa j Minnesota football game Over his i radio last saturday night fell asleep i Between halves and when he woke j up the game was Over and lie had to Telephone one of his radio friends to get the final score. Sunday marked the seventy third anniversary of the birth of mrs. W. Simpson of this City and the event was duly and happily observed by the incoming of a goodly number of relatives to make the occasion a memorable one. Those present were or. And mrs. John 0. Davis and family or. And mrs. Lonnie Folsom and family or. And mrs. R. D. Sams miss Silla Sams mrs. Warner Harris mrs. Tillie old pc and family Thos. Folsom or. And mrs. Lee Folsom and Sheldon Hall. The Young Peoples class of the Community Church sunday school drove northward in the direction of the Aurora boreal is last evening and perpetrated a Surprise on their teacher . A very pleasant evening was spent in playing games and Nar taking of refreshments. Or. Topel leaves soon for Lacrosse and the Young people gave him a Nice gift Pencil to remember them by. It is probable that living in Lacrosse will be a Case of so far and yet so near with or. Topel. Postville people expect to see him occasionally next summer.  a petition has been circulated in Postville this week and quite generously signed asking the town Council to submit to the electors at the forthcoming municipal election a proposition to Levy a two Mill tax to be used in support of a band. Numerous towns in Iowa have voted favourably on a similar proposition in previous years. A band is absolutely necessary on numerous holidays and other occasions and where the Burden of its Upkeep Falls on All the Cost s scarcely noticeable to the individual taxpayer. In our present High school band we have Tho making of a first class musical organization of this kind and As new members Are taken in each year it will also be a permanent organization. The people of Postville have never turned Down a Good thing yet and we believe will get almost unanimously behind the band tax when submitted live Stock insurance Dictsch. Rend Roberts Millers Creek Coal and. Road Paul Topel s Sale and find Don t fail to attend. Mrs. J. A. Humphrey entertained it luncheon today. Gome in and learn about our Navarre Pearl club. W. J. Hanks. Or. Mid mrs. Lee Bowers were sunday evening visitors in Mcgregor. Mrs. Harry Brackin of Elgin is receiving treatment at Postville Hospital. Mrs. Gene Urell of Elkader was at Postville Hospital for examination last week. The Iowa savings Bank of Oelwein closed its doors tuesday owing to Frozen assets. Or. G. F. Kelleher physician and surge on. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store. Best and cheapest life insurance. Buy the new York life. Sold by Chas. H. Krumm. Miss Florence Swenson returned to Cedar rapids monday after a visit Here to Home folks. Mrs. H. P. Hawkins of this City has been at Postville Hospital the past week for treatment. Mrs. C. R. Henderson of Luana was operated at Postville Hospital last Friday for appendicitis. Mrs. H. Mccracken of this locality was operated at Postville Hospital last Friday for appendicitis. Miss Lillian Kiesau came Over from Nashua for a week end visit to her parents or. And mrs. F. W. Kiesau. Bring in your list of Victor and Edison records wanted. We Send orders every tuesday. The Neilly millinery. Use our want and column. It pays. Joe Hecker sold his Chicken House after the first insertion of his want and. Lawrence steel who has been operating the . Hooker farm will move March first to a farm Southeast of Castalia. Or. And mrs. Russel Dubois of West Union were guests sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Herman Schutta in this City. The Postville elevator shipped four carloads of Timothy seed the first of the week three of which went to Canada and the other to Chicago. Sheldon Boyle returned to his Home in Elgin monday haying recovered from an operation for appendicitis recently submitted to at Postville Hospital. The l. A. S. Of the presbyterian com. Church meets Friday february 19th, at three o clock at the Home of mrs. Ada Schuette. Members urged to come. Friends invited. Irvin Allen got up to to clock monday morning a a ii took three men with him in Ftp tie Timber near Castalia. They were going to Cut or. Allen s yearly Supply of firewood. Rats and mice Are just As Universal in their Pes Terence As taxes the family increase every year. Kill them with Meyers red Fox Poison kernels. For Sale at drug stores or. And mrs. Boyd Farrington of this City were Over at Fayette last wednesday to attend the wedding of a Tao latter s father or. A. B. Curan to mrs. Mabel l. Spry. Or. Curran s the business manager of u. 1. U. We inv practising basketball at the Riga school gym one evening last Creek somebody s Finger got into Neel ing Thoma s left Eye and injured his optic so seriously he was compelled to spend several Days this week As patient in Postville Hospital. Or. And mrs. George w. Hein or. And mrs. W. L. Meyer or. And mrs. W. C. Schroeder or. And mrs de f. Schroeder or. And mrs. L. C. Schultz and their families Hlelen Willman and miss Alice Halverson were entertained sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. L. F. Schroeder. Tuesday evening being the anniversary of the birth of mrs. Cevert Meyer about forty relatives and friends gave her a neat Surprise dropping in with Well filled baskets of Good things to eat and passing the evening pleasantly at progressive 500. Joe Schultz West of Postville sold his farm this week to Earl Meyer of near Castalia who takes Possession March first. Or. Schultz will have a Sale on february 22nd, after which the family will move to Postville and occupy their Home now tenanted by . Hai Ris a Al family no will move into the Topliff House. A party of about forty five relatives and friends with Well Laason baskets gave mrs. Joe Evans a pleasant Surprise last saturday it being her birthday anniversary and also the birthday of Kenneth Evans. An elaborate cafeteria dinner was served to which All did Justice. The afternoon was spent in a social Way and All present enjoyed the Day immensely. Manager Fred Groth of the local of Swift & co., informs Asia fone of the officials of the Vrem Paziy visited Postville last week and while Here arranged to make this the main shipping Point for the company for its Northeast Iowa stations. The poultry eggs etc., from the fulfil Erous stations in this locality will All be trucked to Postville and shipped in Carload lots from Here. The company May also establish a grading and storage station Here. All this goes to show what it Means to a Community to have Good shipping facilities As does Postville Over the Milwaukee and Rock Island lines. Mrs. R. Hecker entertains the croquet club at her Home this evening. Mrs. E. P. Durno will entertain the picnic club at her Home on Friday evening. Mrs. August Klinkenborg of Elka i Dor is visiting mrs. Gustav Kuhse of this City. I Clarence Hoth of Waukon was a week end visitor with Home folks and friends in Postville. J or. And mrs. F. W. Kiesau left yes j Ter Day morning on their six weeks trip to the Pacific coast. I Paul Topel s big farm Sale february 18. Next thursday. See display and. Or. And mrs. We. Baht had quite a number of people to a dinner last sunday. Post township Community club had a Largo attendance last Friday evening. The s. N. Club met at the Home of or. And mrs. John f. Palas on monday evening. If you Are looking for some Good Dairy cattle attend Paul Topel s Sale february 18. We offer 50 tons Miller Creek the Best Lump Coal in the United states at $10.50 per ton. 100 tons West Virginia splint Lump at $8.50 per ton. From the bins Hail Roberts son Postville Iowa dainties Laviest b arts a j choicest Lix Ces the gentle yet thorough vacuum principle washing action of the easy cleanses your roughest or your dainties things a quickly and safely. Free demonstration see for yourself How an easy will shorten your was Day remove the Drudgery. Learn about the easy terms. Have an easy in your Home next was Day teat it with your own clothes. Call or Telephone today. A be cum electric i Washer saturday special Winchester household Carver 33 cents. Louis l. Hill 03 heating hardware plumbing Postville Iowa the wac Mem store i Postville theatre Friday and saturday february 12th and 13th. Reed Howes and Evelyn Brent in the Cyclone from Lincoln Carters melodrama of the some name. We positively guarantee this to contain More action More thrills More breath taking moments than any picture you have seen. If you re looking for something with a kick that s a real Wallop Here she be. Also a comedy. Put by Marmont and Shirley Mason in Joseph Conrad s world famous novel of the South seas. Monday and tuesday february 15th and 16th. Loud Jim everyone who saw half Way girl and soul fire hav been asking about another South sea Island. Lord Jim is another dramatic picture the acting of Mormont is nothing Short of marvelous and like Irish Luck it is also filmed in the exact location of the Story so Here s another Chance to see some More wonderful scenery. If you want to see a splendid picture do not fail to see lord wednesday and thursday february 17th and 18th. Sid chaplain in Charley s Charley s aunt is the biggest Best and funniest action comedy Ever to be shown on the screen. The Only picture to Challenge its supremacy is Harold Lloyd s the freshman which is a riot to the football fan but not so funny to the average movie fan. Charley s aunt is booked through the Courtesy of this theater for the Benefit of the boys sunday school class of the Community Church. When you Are approached by the boys with their tickets there is no reason to feel that you Are doing an act of Charity in purchasing a ticket from them. Every theater showing the freshman charged fifty cents you have the Opportunity of seeing it s equal for Only Forlo cents for adults and Twenty cents for children. Don t miss this great comedy. You la laugh till your sides ache. Have you eaten oysters this week if not Why your Best food from the sea pure buckwheat flour Johnston s crackers & cookies Campbell s soups Navel oranges 20c a dozen up carrots head lettuce Kraut horseradish rutabagas cabbage grapes apples grape fruit ice Cream several flavors Thoma Bros. Restaurant we deliver both phones

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