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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1926, Postville, Iowa Thirty fourth year a live newspaper in a live town a Postville Iowa thursday. January 14, 1926 exclamatory contest Nejat Money Nite entries in Horne declamatory contests bib Kesl Ball teams Guing Good. Declamatory contest. The High contest will be held in to Job High school a a in ably room monday evening Jan a v 1"8, 8 o a Lofsky the following eople will Appeal on the program oratorical thou Shaib . Ruth Green Universal peace Donald Peterson of aftermath Harold Schroc Dei a dramatic he wheel s of Timea Vav Marjone Konger Liast Vjio trespass against Tea j ,. A Masiti within the Law i a Lulu Uhl i v \ humorous ,. A snug Tkv Rejis Bessie Brooks pleasant half hour on ther Beach n ehlp6 Heafner ch�4 i g hours i Laverne. Kluss this congest promises to be an excellent entertainment Folk the Public the students appearing on the pro Irani represent Postville s Best student speakers. An unusually Fine spirit was ?ditmlaye4 by the High school students in Estwing the. Dramatic work this year. Twenty two students vere chosen to a Pear before the pub lie a the local contest Froni the con test next monday night speakers will be chosen to represent Postville in the Iowa state series of contests Postville has unusually sine Talent this year and Hopes to win Soma first places a. Few of these contests let is All support our High school in its dramatic work and help the students by appearing the Public contest Ujj fact monday evening. Admission .26 w 15 cents. A a i notes prom agriculture class. I the girls class m agriculture Are finishing up their course by learning jew to make the Long splice and renewing. ? 1 Rhow to select a sound horse is Tolfe subject of discussion in the Smith. Highes agriculture class. We surely can improve oui farm horses. The physics class is preparing for nation. is very interesting for All. V big True and false semester exam in the near future the Smitn Hughes class is going to make & farm Survey of live Stock on the farms around Postville. We will need the help of some Farmers. Watch of this. will be of great Benefit to Alt More particulars will be Given in Tor i eau received their medals for pm Howard Lennon and Clarent fluency in Grain judging the of four Institute. They Are very v since ours is a Normal training Ligh sch the students of the nor phial training classes suffer twice As Wimch As the others in the matter of examinations. Not Only are1 they required to take the Ordinary semester examinations but also state examinations twice a year. These Are always something of a bugbear for the questions Are Apt to search out unexpected Points for which students Are not Jire pared. However this is the Chiet rhe Thod by which the state can chec. Top on the to of the Many Normal a Ning schools. Another example of that excellent spirit of co operation that Postville knows so frequently every Home Here there was any Chance of some one bringing the chickenpox to school ins kept the susceptible person borne until the danger period was Over.,1,. . -5 last Friday night the Postville o Ris Basket Ball Tarti played the Clermont Gir jul tin the Clermont floor. The Gamo opened with. Viola Weihe May Wherry and Leah Walter playing the two guard positions Thelyn Bmith is jumping Center and Amy Meyer As Side Center. After the first uses up As the Ball was passed to our Jde Ceriter the two Side centers collided and Amy Meyer was knocked out of the game for the first half. Evelyn Pilgrim was run in As Forward and Dorothy Deering wins shifted to her old position As Side Center. The first half ended with the tie score a i. Amy Meyer was put Back m the game the beginning of the wond half and Dorothy Deering Agam played Forward. The score changed from 1-1 to 5-2 in our favor. We were just beginning to feel sure of winning when Clermont made a ree throw and soon after shot a Basket which again tied the score 6-5. Clermont fouled Postville made the free throw and the game ended in our i apr by close score of 6-5. \ the fourth a fade is having an unusual y practical lesson. The question to , kind of shoes was being discussed so the pupils decided tar film out i if they were guilty of ads improper shoes. Each member Mohe Fewlass has braced the outline of h m0�t on papa and then the out a a of his shoo Over . This will of made Antoja poster. The third Trade has Bee study Rapan. Ellis Gertrude Miller has ten corresponding with Feirl from pin a a the class invited Ellen Ger Trudene to Desbri Bethe letters gifts . James service the c1assbwlw real Kaipat is s,1qeb to to be Eaith cry Sade Tourny Ament of thl.1 01 High has closed each of w Throe classes tried to win the thl cup but the eighth Grade won a or. Points were awarded on ,7 1ujfl1ing.pf chores h�.,� no a certain numbers of 2, Bru eth my. Muring iblb18. Al Fly. Or cent the eighth nor and 87"pervcent, the sixth 83 Centi and the seventh 08 per cent. Orig i a i2u or de has Beeh writing a ii a by a fixing his Leo in and came by Leo Why Are you fixing your Bov Llu he softer 4me"? and the or ,�,"awere4. A a a a intr now the nose a Tiff the . A 2r�" a a bulletin Board is a ?.t us adwrti8emewts of Lori Ihu h a Way Nhat has been taken mortgage lifters love up to tji efe Rei station the Postville jurors Lii opera Tivo society Shippell s owe mighty Good Bunches of dogs to Market last week and the returns Sho that the pigs lived up to the reputation of being mortgage lifters a a they put a i Beautiful Bunch of the Ong Green stuff into the pockets of the Farmers hereabouts As is witnessed by the following list of shippers together with the number of head shipped the weight and the amount of Cash actually received by each w. Benjegerdes g head 1320 lbs $140.25. " \  Meier & Wollmer .21 h4a # 5140 lbs., 570. 58. J \ / John Lundt 8 head. 1bg0 lbs., Chris Wintrick 9 head 2000 vos., s200.60. Arbe Behrens 17 head 3140. Lbs., j. C. Diederichs 10 head i m,lbs., $302.35. M Otto Schroeder 30 head Soffio lbs., w7.90.a Slenning 5 head Wei .-lbs.-$125.78. Valvin Walby 18 head,fe4890 lbs., $629.1.i. Ole Walby 18 head -38bl lbs., $244.42. A e . Gen. F. Oldag 30 head 7490 fbs., $840.20.try h. L. Dahms 28 head 5840 hbs., $655.04. I a John Meier 19 head i 4030 lbs., ?45l17. F. W. Mover 73 head 19, lbs., $2,227.74. A v % . Mabel Watusi 11 head,-2450 lbs., $280.05. A a a a red Mcneil 84 head 10,280 lbs., $1,926.43. I \ Reinhardt g2 head .18,70.0 lbs $2,075.64. F. Calahan 30 head 9100 lbs., $1,012.38. F. Oestman 30 head 82m lbs., 924.96. F. J. Heins 3g head 98704bs-. $1,100.09. R. C. Bugenhagen 30 Heafeli of lbs., $754.72. ?  a. J making a grand total of sol Haft 140,500 lbs., and $15,094.99. R Clayton co. To gravel we three completion of this Graveling Road no 19 commonly known As the North Iowa Pike will be Emir tirely surfaced with either Concrete pavement or gravel from the South Dakota state line to tote Mississippi Saver Mcgregor. This route has qty two Miles of pavement across o Brien county and approximately ninety Miles extending from Algona n Kossuth county through Garner and Mason City to Charles City in Floyd county making about 112 Miles of paving out of the. Entire 313 Miles. There is a Short a surfaced Section in Chickasaw county from the Floyd county line East a distance of five Miles. The Graveling of this Section is a part of the 1920 Register. Another big showing Postville theatre. Three pictures of exceptional Nerit the Postville theater the ii Fleming week. Next Friday and saturday Chou Glas Mclean s new picture taken from George a Cohan s famous stage Eom Andy of the same name will bet i own. Friends of some local people who1 saw in Des Moines say its Mclean s Best picture to Date. s the first mystery comedy drama to of shown on he local screen. Monday and tuesday Richard Barthelmess will show in a gripping pow Erful and masterful nine reel production soul fire which by the Way is one of the big dramatic. Shows of the year. The scenes Are Laid in Paris Italy the South seas arid. Port said. He wickedest City in the world. Soul fire with s Intro Najand mystery will keep you on the Sedge of your chair. Wednesday and thursday Richard Dix in "womanhandeled.". We can show you three movie magazines that state emphatically that Wei Ranhand eled Best Richard i in picture to Date s a comedy drama that every one will enjoy especially those who liked Sally Nite club and Little miss  mr., and . Levin Wille of Liberty Saskatchewan Canada were guests in the Home of Lur. And . Herman Plaht this week. They left yesterday for Clermont for another visit with or. Wille s Mother before leaving for Canada. To interest the geography class in that part of the country. The second Grade Are starting on their eighth Reader for this year mis seems like an excellent record for the first Smester. The High school orchestra is planning to make its first appearance in High school soon. They Are practising the loyalty song now. These nine me Maehs will make a real musical organization p. H. S. Wins from Clermont. After two weeks of inactivity the boys basketball team went into action last Friday night and succeeded in giving Clermont forty of the most interesting minutes they have experienced this year. Postville started the scoring by Means of a free throw by Dick Peterson. A number of Field goals followed in rapid succession and the end of the Quarter Postville led 12 to 0. In the second Quarter Postville piled up an additional ten Points and Clermont succeeded in scoring a Rafet Jairow and a Field Basket for three coffits making the score the end of m half 22-3. The Clermont defense tightened somewhat m the second half Ari Jujj held Postville to 4 Points. The Sci Job the end of the game was Postville 20, Clermont 6. Postville has now played four games this season and has won four. We All like a winning team so let s boost our team to another win when Elgin comes Here Friday night. Whoa there january merchants eliminate duplicate and costs. The Sac Sun has purchased the subscription list and equipment of the Sac county bulletin. Before the consolidation the Sac Sun had a sworn list exceeding three thousand three Hundred names while the bulletin s list was about two thousand three Hundred. The population of Sac City is 2,700. With the merger of the two lists the Sac Sun now has a circulation considerably in excess of four thousand in fact 5,200 papers were printed the first week of the merger. The publishers s. M. Stouffer and son expect to place the list on a strictly paid in Advance Stop expiration basis by february 1. is interesting to note that the merchants of sae City were so enthusiastic to eliminate the duplication of advertising expense that they signed a paper guaranteeing their entire and exclusive support to the Sun both in advertising and printing for least five years. This paper was signed by the merchants before the contract was signed Between the Sun and bulletin. The Sac Sun was founded in 1871 by James n. Miller and has enjoyed a High reputation among Iowa newspapers Ever since. The Sun now has the exclusive Field in Sac City since there is no other newspaper or Job shop in the territory and with the merchants standing Back of unanimously As they Are Hopes to prove worthy of the great business Opportunity which lies auxiliary. What the Postville folks were doing 25 years ago interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of january 11, 1901 population shrinkage hits official salaries. The loss of population shown by the census of 1925 put Clayton county a few Hundred below the 25,000 Mark and Cost most of the county officers $100 a year by requiring that their salaries be reduced by that amount. As fixed by the Board of supervisors in compliance with the Law the salaries for this year will be As follows auditor $2000 Deputy $1500. Treasurer $2000 Deputy 1320. Clerk $2000 Deputy $13200. Sheriff $1900 Deputy 1495. Recorder 1800 Deputy 1200. Superintendent $1300 Deputy $1050. County attorney $1000. Elkader Register. . Paul s lutheran Church Rev. E. T. Finck pastor sunday january 17th. 10 00 a. M. Graded sunday school and Bible school. We most cordially invite you and your children to attend. 11 00 a. M. German service with Sermon on rom. 12 9-16. Anthem by the choir. 7 45 p. M. English service with Sermon and special music vocal and instrumental. Come and worship with us. Tuesday 7 30 p. M. The Young women s missionary society will meet with miss Marie Everman. The topic under consideration will be my life and my any Young lady desiring to support a Good cause is invited to attend or to join the society the girls recently sent a Box of toys sweets and dressed dolls to the Nachusa orphans while their older Sisters and mothers who belong to the women s missionary society distributed Christmas baskets to the needy families of our own locality. Thursday evening 6 30 the Junior catechetical class will meet with the pastor. A gun club has been organized in Pas Vuie. Frank p. Hardin has returned from Wisconsin where his wife died recently. Anton Staadt has been Cuite ill for several Days and compelled to remain in bed. John prior is very ill with pneumonia but a change for the better can be noticed. Cashier Jas. Mcewen. Has been appointed administrator for the James Godson. Estate j. Beucher has begun cutting ice and is filling his ice houses against the heat of summer. H. W. Meyer with his wife and baby arrived from Ridgeway several Days ago to visit their relatives Here. A. Wide awake girl arrived the Carl Wilke Home and a Lusty boy the Home of or. And . Chris i Sander. A Kev. J. M. Cleary will be Here january first to give his lecture on the passion play Oberammergau Turner Hall. Vernest Brandt sold the 60 acres of land which he bought a Short time ago of Joe Nick to Albert Zieman a profit of $2 per acre. If the society keeps on this rate Bey will soon be in a position to enlarge their Hall by an addition which Nas been necessary for some time. Or. And . Gus Gregg of Monona or. And . Burgess and . Campbell of Nielsville Wisconsin were guests in the James Gregg Home Tife Day. V saturday january 12, noon the Cream routes will be let the Secretary s office of the Postville Creamery. This year the haulers must pay a $50 Bond. Vow. H. Dunning of Luana returned if to week from his trip to Oklahoma. The first thing he did upon his return was to sell his 200 acre farm $65 per acre to a or. Schorse of Farmers Burg. A professor. Music director and vet reran d. E. Harrington is Here to visit his family for several Days. He likes his new location As music director in the soldiers Home Marshall town. Miss Nellie Abbott left for Chicago tuesday evening and will possibly open a school for voice culture. We Hope she will have Many pupils As she has spent much Money and several years in preparation the last meeting of the Turner Verein the newly elected officers assumed their positions. The business for the past year shows As follows bal. On hand Jan. 1, 1900.790.90 rec during year 1059.32 the Law firm of w. A. Smtih and f. A o Connor of Dubuque will be retained to assist former county Torney j. A. Nelson in the preparation and presentation of the. Kneeskern Case to the supreme court the Case was discussed before the Board of supervisors last week by attorneys Frank Sayre and j. A. Nelson. was recommended that every precaution be taken to assure an a Firmance of me Public opinion the county treasurer has registered 2,999 ears to Date being about 200 More than were registered last year this time. Three thousand eight Hundred and fifteen ears were registered in this county last year one Hundred and seventy six trucks have been registered this year. Last year 212 were journal. Total paid out during year. --$18011.22. 623.07 bal. On hand Jan. 1, 1901____$1226.05 was 25 years ago sunday that our Wagon maker r. F. Hecker was United in marriage with Mary Hupp of Lansing. They thought fitting and proper to celebrate the event right royally and invited a Host of their relatives and friends to be their guests. Their comfortable Home was filled with guests All Day who enjoyed their hospitality and the Fine eats prepared for them. In the evening a Little dance was enjoyed by All and the close of the evening Joseph Nic olay presented the Silver Boquet containing Many Fine gifts of Silver in monday evening another party was staged for the Young people. Plans approved for new Community Church. Those who attended the annual meeting of the Community Church held monday evening the school House had a Chance to see the plans for the new Church. The plans committee was instructed to advertise for bids on the plans As submitted. After reports from the various a Huron organizations the following officers for the ensuing year were elected sunday school supt. Elmer Weihe. Asst. Supt.-. Franklin. Treasurer rtt. Bollman. Secretary a. L. Peterson. Pianist . Roberts chorister a. L. Meier. Supt. Prim. Dept.-. H. Webb. Church officers Ewers a. A Kerr Paul Topel. Trustees . A. C. Webster a. L. Petersen. Secretary of. A. Luhrman. Treasurer a. L. Peterson. Choir Leader a. L. Meier. Music committee mesdames. Miller Webster Roberts and miss Bernice Phillips. Big four farm Institute / holds annual meeting a the members of the big four Farmers Institute held annual meeting last saturday the citizens state Bank and elected officers As follows for 1926 president a. C. Marston. Vice president Lee of Ohsbom. Secretary and treasurer Fred a. Benjegerdes. Directors Fred h. Schultz Alla Makee Herman Doscher Clayton Virnest Brandt Fayette Reuben Christoffer an. Winneshiek. A Pliess Success of this year s Institute has inspired the membership to Endeavor if possible to make next year s meeting a still greater Success and when the Farmers of this locality make up their minds to do something they usually accomplish . The tentative dates chosen for the 1926 meeting Are dec. 7, 8 and y. Young people s society has a Happy time. The Young people s society held their regular meeting in Staadt s Hall on monday evening january 11th with a Large number of people in attendance. The meeting As usually was opened with a devotional program and talk by Rev. E. T. Finck. After that a business meeting was held with Harold Schroeder presiding and after the adjournment an Duea tical social hour followed. Miss Hilda Meyer acting As chairman of the program committee had arranged a very interesting and amusing program. A the game of progressive Tannico Clifford rounds received first prize. The serving committee headed by Henry Benjegerdes then prepared a very tasty cafeteria luncheon of Parker House Rolls sandwiches cake and hot chocolate Community club meeting. Grand Meadow Community club will hold their january meeting Singer Hall Friday the 15th, com mencing a ajbrf8 p tit. Sharp. Post Community club is. Invited to this meeting. Everybqdjhjyelcomc., a Good program has been arranged. Bring your own dishes sandwiches and fruit salad or cake. Dancing after the program w. M. S. Of . Paul s has a Fine meeting. On thursday afternoon of last week the woman s missionary society met per invitation the Home of . John Schroeder and conducted a consecration meeting. About Twenty four members were present and participated in the program my life and my service . C. W. Meyer leading. Tho various opportunities of serving in the Home school Church Community state and world Well considered. Following the study of the topic a business meeting was held and reports presented by the Secretary and treasurer. the close of the meeting the hostess served a Light luncheon which was greatly relished by All present. Eastern stars will meet. The Eastern stars will meet in regular session next monday evening. Jan. 18th, which time there will be installation of officers besides the regular business to be transacted. A. C. Webster accompanied by f. W. Hughes drove to Waukon Friday afternoon to attend to business matters. Mrs. A. A. Schmidt is entertaining the cozy club today. Farmers Telephone holds annual meeting eco number 10 c. W. The Postville Farmers Telephone co. Of Postville held their annual meeting on monday of this week and elected officers for the ensuing year As follows John Waters. Vice president John h. Leui. Secretary a. F. Fools. Treasurer a we Fay. A a Tbs of 3 year Mcjohn Weihe s. O. Swenson. Directors for 2 years a. Lange John for 1 year a. M. Kerr l. B. Folsom. this meeting the matter of buying find taking Over the local Exchange of the Bell Telephone co. Was presented and by a vote of 49 yes to 12 noes was decided to Purchase the Bell Exchange for a consideration of $2250.00. The probabilities Aie that the new Orser of things will be in operation about july first. The Farmers co. Will also have charge of the Ben Long distance service and these lines will be kept in condition by the Bell people while the Farmers co. Will install and look after the Upkeep of the local Exchange. The consolidation of the two centrals will we believe meet with the Hearty approval of All As will enable the people of this town and Community to get in Telephone connection without the necessity of installing two telephones and will be a service As convenient for our Farmer friends As is for the people of the town. What the new phone rates May be is not yet Given out perhaps not fully decided As yet. However the rate will to a reasonable one and the Farmers will do their Best to give us real service Twenty four hours of the Day. Booth committees have big banquet sunday the committee who had charge or arranging the Clayton county Booth the big four farm Institute recently held Here were royally entertained last sunday the hospitable farm Home of or. And . E. W. Schierholz in grand Meadow township. Promptly two o clock the guests found their places lie banquet table of . Schierholz and partook of a sumptuous four cows dinner of fruit cocktail Turkey dressing and everything possible to go with not even omitting Porcupine salad and dessert. All this was served amidst table decorations of Pink rosettes and streamers entered by two candlesticks supporting the Blue ribbon won by the. Clayton county Booth the farm Institute. Following the bounteous feast the guests eni coyed another of their very Jolly facial Eirons until of was. Time to depart to attend to the usual duties on the farm when they said goodbye with regret to their most admirable Host and hostess and departed homeward. Those present to participate in this joyous event were or. And . Lee Folsom or. And . We. Baltz and family or. And . John Weihe and family. Money makes Mare go turkeys make Coin come. The following items in the Waukon Democrat of last week proves pays to raise turkeys John Mcgahn of French Creek township is the Champion Turkey Raiser in these parts having had a flock of a a this year. Tuesday he sold to buyer John Kenna 59 of them that weighed 909 pounds for which he received a Check amounting to $310.s-i. In the lot was one that weighed 32 pounds and leisured up in value to $8. Mrs. Henry Mallick of Union Prairie is another Alla Makee county resident who can show right Good results of raising turkeys in this county. She marketed her summer flock of 79 last week which netted her the sum of $47-4.on. Clubs of Waukon that toss around american Beauty roses serenely their eats etc., might to for a change take a Tail Feather out of a Turkey Tom and make a waving Signa for Wauson. Plain As can be turkeys bring in the Cash As above noted and american beauties Don. Two big n. I. P. Trucks break through the ice. Two heavily loaded trucks of the Northern Iowa produce company went into the Mississippi the other Day each loaded to capacity with egg Case lumber which was being transferred from the local Mill to Points in Iowa. One of the machines went Down about 150 feet off Shore Bergman s Island in 25 feet of water. The lumber had been tied to the truck and floated the machine until was removed the next Day. The other went Down in deep water within 100 invt of the Iowa Shore ind the machine reposed gracefully on the River bed. Much trouble was had in removing the next Day. Since these accidents a new Road has been staked across Horseshoe Island to Marquette where All traffic is now being directed. The ice Here is thick and there is Little danger. Prairie Duchien courier. Community Church notes. Be Waltons annual party a Fine affair a Brilliant banquet pictures talks and songs make up an enjoyable evening. The Postville chapter of the Ysaak Walton league of America held its annual banquet and Good Fellowship gathering thursday evening. The banquet was served by the ladies Aid of the Community Church and the service and eats were of. Such High Quality that the ladies received compliments from All for their efforts. The outstanding dish of the Dandy spread was fresh Salmon with White sauce a favorite dish of very Ike and Friend but one which they scarcely get in these parts. the appointed time 6 30, and after Rev. R. Franklin Gal Loway had asked the Blessing i of took seats the tables and enjoyed the food and pleasing conversation. the conclusion of the banquet a Short time was pleasantly spent in a social Way before adjournment was taken to the Postville theatre where the evening s entertainment was continued in a delightful manner with slides talks movies and musical numbers interspersed. C. R. Hallowell of Waterloo gave a Leture on the Jackson Hole country which was illustrated by slides showing scenes of this historic country. And by the Way or. Hallowell is authority on his subject for he is the Man the ikes sent to Jackson Hole to Purchase land for Winter feeding ground for preservation of Elk and other game life of. That country. Then we moved nearer Home when Fred Bell of Mcgregor gave a talk with slides which portrayed scenes of the Mississippi and Winneshiek Bottoms. The local touch was Given when de prior in fishing togs and pole and reel was flashed upon die screen. The movie reels comprised out Wyoming Way fishing and hiking in California Hunting and fishing in Northern new Brunswick grand Canyon of a were Good pictures instructive with grand scenery of the great open and historic spots. Mrs. Al Ellis and j. L. Lien favored the gathering with appropriate solos and responded to merited and Hearty encores. the conclusion of the program they same a very pretty duet. 3. Lloyd Palmer was the piano for All numbers. Thanks Are due e. H. Prior Henry Milter j. T. Melvold John Gregg Walt Gass and Carl Sander the committee of arrangements named by the Postville chapter of the Ysaak Walton league. These gentlemen spared neither time nor Energy in making the annual meeting the Worth while wholesome Success that was. In connection we do not believe would be out of place to mention that the drive for new members to the league is now on Ana if you wish to enrol your name As a member of the league and Antis be identified with those who Are trying to save some of nature s beauties and wild life for future generations there is no better irae than now. Or. Kinsel is Secretary. F the local chapter and would be pleased to Issue a membership card for you. Elect officers. The Postville chapter of the Ysaak Walton league of America Hela its annual business meeting monday Wenry a and a sales a tra Sac Ting other i business elected officers for the com inv year. Those who were named Are h. D. Cole president. A. J. Hanks vice president. O. A. Kinsel Secretary. In in Jecker treasurer. / director set Arl 1tbewetkyt o. A Kinsel . L. F. Putman a. F. Kel Loher and Henry Miller annual meeting Community l. A. S. The l. A. S. Of the com. Pres. Church will meet the Home of . Harvey Roberts on Friday afternoon. January 15 three o clock. All members Are urged to come friends invited. Bring sandwiches one other article of food and your own dishes As a picnic supper will be served . The close of the business session. This is the annual business meeting when reports of the Secretary and treasurer will be read and the officer s for the ending year will be elected. A Al Chi attendance is very much desired r. Franklin Galloway pastor meetings in the school building morning worship 0 30 sunday school la so a. M. The Sacrement of the lord s supper will be observed in connection with the morning service. The pastor s Sermon subject will be Jesus Christ redeemer of Man. The Junior congregation will meet the Home of la Verne . The third of the lectures to be Given under the auspices of the brotherhood Bible class will be delivered in the school building 7 30 o clock tuesday evening january-19th. The speaker will be or. N. J. Clau to whose subject will b Damu Gea for years or. Claudy has made a study of the juvenile and moral courts and he has a great message. His information is firsthand and what he has to say will be both interesting and profitable. The Public is invited. Gold key mining company. Last evening one of our shareholders brought in a Man who wished to. Subscribe for some shares but stated that he would like to see the property and select his own samples take them to Denver and have them assayed for himself. He stated that he wanted to know for certain that we have what we claim. I made him the following offer that if he would subscribe for 3,000. Or More shares i would pay his Railroad fare out and Back he to pay Alt other expense. If he does not subscribe he is to pay his own Railroad fare. He agrees to go but prefers to go with several others if possible so i am making this offer to anyone who would invest this amount or More if they find things As 1 say they Are. Treasury shares Are $1.00 each guaranteed against loss of your investment by municipal Bonds held by the custodian Tho Union Deposit & Trust co. Of Denver Colorado. Anyone interested in this offer Call and have a talk with me or write me a letter and i will get in touch with if the present shareholders would you. once. I would appreciate talk with their friends and persuade them to accept this offer and become a shareholder in our company. O. A. Kinsel Postville Iowa . Bridget s Church mass with Sermon on sunday 10 30 a. M. Visitors Are always welcome., Rev. P. Hogan pastor

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