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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1926, Postville, Iowa January 14, 19j�stoa farm insurance Hibo Dill pickles 30. Cents Schroeder Schultz. Co. Of those wonderful a Iron bar grains Meier Phillips gins is attending the in i Lodge school at Wiest Fie Davis and baby and Davis left saturday Tor of. Kiesau physician and office Over the pos Ottice tones. Mrs. H. F. Schnura were y visitors in the Home of is. E. J. Perry near Ca s. Schmidt has his office i in Postville Hospital., night Calls will be taken of aptly. Elk Kramer mrs. F. A 1 mrs. F. J. Oehring went be tuesday to attend a meet id. A. times. \ die Mck insures ,.hiiosehold goods. Peter service is attending the masonic school at West Union today. Lisle Bollman of in Mavillo is enumerated among those on the sick list at present 1or. G. P. Golleher physician and Surga on. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store. Bars. Chas. Linderbaum of the pleasant Ridge Vicinity near Castalia is on the sick list. Mrs. F. J. Blaser returned to Dubuque monday after a visit Here in the Home of or. And mrs 3. W. Steele. Another All afternoon snowfall tuesday added a few move in Ehos of the Beautiful and Auto travel is at a standstill. Miss Catherine Geraghty was at Monona tuesday to attend the wedding of sister miss Marie to Thomas Manton of Cedar rapids. Why suffer those aclies and pains come to Postville take treatments and be cured. O. A. Kinsel Napra Pathic physician Postville Iowa. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa Page Nti local news notes Dietsch insure your House and barn. It s to your interest to look up our and. Meier Phillips & co. Thos. Lewis of Elgin died suddenly tuesday at his daughter s Home. T. A. Jayne of Decorah was a Busi All kinds plants. See Cora Wheeler. Wonderful apron and dress bargains. Meier Phillips & co. Paul Neff spent last week in West Union with his grandparents. Gilbert Rosendahl of Decorah was Omen s porch dresses and aprons All new styles we have had wonderful bargains heretofore j this line of goods but this will surpass All others style and Price. Come Early As they will not last ,50 women s Bungalow Gingham aprons .98 .25 women s hand Ems. Gingham aprons___$1.59 i.50 women s hand Ems. Gingham aprons___$1.98 1.75 women s Charmine dresses___________$2.98 t.50 women s Rayon silk dresses-------____$3.59 1.00 women s Rayon silk dresses__________$4.98 the Plage for real bargains. Meier Phillips & co. Postville Iowa a a a a la a ���hkh�h�������li�������8��tuw Stville theatre Friday and saturday january 15 and 16 Douglas Mclean in seven keys to Bald ate the Success of Sally was so pm nominal that George m. Cohan Biff stage Success. Seven keys to bold path has been transplanted to the screen with similar Success. "7 keys has been a drawing Icard in every theatre throughout the country and we can assure you that it s Mclean s Best comedy to Date. A funny comedy will be on the screen also. Monday and tuesday january 18 and 19 Richard Barthelmess and Bessie Lou in soul fire soul fire is another Triumph for Barthelmess is one of the big dramatic shows of the year. Paris Italy and the South seas form colourful Back ground for this tense gripping and powerful drama if you want to see one of the big dramatic shows of the year Don t fail to see soul owing to the length of this production we will run one show at the usual time and will show the first three reels Only of the second for the Benefit of those who May be late for the first show. Wednesday and thursday january 20 and 21 Richard Dix in a Brand new action comedy drama woman an Deled How new did you say it s playing at the Lyric theater one of the big ones in Minneapolis this week. How Good did you Sav photoplay Magazine and screen classics emphatically Call it the Best Dix picture yet. You Haven t forgotten the Lucky Devil have you neither had these two magazines when they made the above statement. So Nam tto a a in in it a in no a a to to to it Long distance costs less than the average business letter did you Ever figure out How much business letters Are costing you the average business letter costs about 50 cents and is sent within a radius of 60 Miles according to statistics. Tills includes the time of the dictator stenographer Cost of stationery filing and postage. The Cost of the average Long distance Call for 60 Miles is about 60 cents. But Long distance eliminates the delays that result from the use of correspondence which sometimes mean a loss of hundreds and even thousands of dollars. We Are eager to help you develop a plan of getting the greatest possible value from our Long distance service. Just Call our manager and it will be pleased to assist you. Northwestern Bell Telephone co. Bell system Oak Faut  of 5�if a  in Tortal St atm Ness visitor in Postville last Friday at Postville Hospital for examination mrs. F. H. Luhman has been under them St of the week the weather with an attack of tonsil itis. The Clermont fire boys sold 280 tickets to their Senef it Ball new years night. Bring in your harness before the Rush for oiling. Putnam harness store. R. B. Johnson of the Hanks jewelry co., was a visitor sunday in the old Home town Lansing. Or. Howella optometrist will be at our store on tuesday january 19th. The Hanks jewelry co. Or and mrs Clarence Hoth of Mason City came to Postville sunday night for a visit to Home folks in Postville. Mrs. L. B. Mattoon and Mildred Harrington of Elgin were sunday evening dinner guests at the j. A. Koevenig Home. After a Holiday visit to Postville relatives. And friends mrs. John Schultz left monday morning for her Home in Decorah. One thousand head of South Dakota hogs weighing from 50 to 100 pounds each have been sold to Farmer s in his Vicinity of Hawkeye since october first. Lansing s oldest business House Nielander & co., general merchandise is to quit the overhead expense being too High to enable them to continue at a profit. Mrs. Wade of Arlington is serving on the Fayette county grand jury and has the distinction of being the first woman of that county to serve in a like capacity. The Argo reports three or four West Union Belles As having Frozen their Knees All of which is perfectly natural and legitimate in this year of our lord 192g. Will Stockman and his Crew of men began the harvesting of the season s ice crop tuesday from the we. Oehring Pond. The ice is about fifteen inches thick and of Fine qua,.ty. Mrs. Pauline Ellis and Little Murray we it to Kenosha wis., saturday where the Ellis family will remain until the baseball training season opens when Al will go South with his team. Mrs. J. A. Dayton of Hibbing Minnesota who is Here helping to care for her father j. Prior was the recipient of a Telegram announcing the death of a live months old child of her son Max Dayton. Mrs. J. Boethin and son Roben left sunday noon for Elkhorn wis., to visit in the Home of their daughter and sister mrs. W. L. Morrissey and to get a glimpse of that Danny baby girl recently born to them. A robbers looted the Safe at the Park cafe at Chrales City last monday night securing $611 in Cash. They overlooked $425 in Bills wrapped in an insurance paper. A Diamond ring j ,. Which was in Plain View was not Taj us a eve eng a St or. And mrs. Earl Abernethy or. And mrs. Ken. Albert Schoeph Erster shot a Golden Eagle on the Ray Bell farm monday afternoon which is a rare occurrence. The Bird measured seven and a half feet from tip to tip of wings and weighed ten Register. A week ago monday the Rock is land station Here did a Lano office business Selling thirty four tickets to students returning to their school duties on the morning train after spending the Holiday vacation at their Homes Here and at Waukon and Monona. Arbie Behrens Anil we. C. Foels were Over at Waukon last Friday to attend a meeting of the assessors of Alla Makee county everyone of whom was present. Hence it will stand All in hand to begin to look up How impoverished they Are and be ready when the assessor Calls on his flock. The grand jury for the term was selected tuesday Viz Jas o Meara Hanover Foreman Jas. Farley Union Prairie j. Kass Lafayette Freu Kumph Union City c. H. Meier Post l. F. Moore Iowa we. Schwartzhoff Waterloo. T. B. Thor sen served As clerk and Ben Swebak Ken was Democrat. To. J. Crawford of Frankville took the train Here monday for Des Moines to attend the annual meeting of the Iowa farm Bureau in Little Chat with Tom he the darts this was the first time he had been in Postville in a Long time having visited ten counties in Western Iowa in the interest of the farm Bureau since last Here. Iowa cig Aret smokers consumed 808,336,000 fags during 1925, or 8o,011,000 More than in 1924, figures announced today by the state cig Aret Revenue department indicate. The Revenue from the Sale of Cigar ets in 1925 totalled $808,330.04 As against .$725,325.12 during 1924. The number of Cigar ets upon which tax was paid is estimated by figuring that each two cents of the total represents 20 Cigar ets. A horned Rabbit was caught by w. King on the farm belonging to his brother Christ King just East of Manson. Over tie left ear of the Rabbit Are eight or nine Horny growths similar to a Bunch of bananas. Each Little Horn is about an Inch Long. Over the right ear Are two More horns also under the Chin and one Side of the face. Or. King saw the Rabbit sitting by its Hole and caught it before it could make its escape. No More of the variety have been seen in the Community. A a plan to pave a Section Street lying East of the Park has been formally adopted by Arnold Rogers Post no. 312 of the american legion As a part of its 1920 program of activities. If the legion s plan is carried out this will be the first pavement Laid in Hawkeye says the Beason. The Section which the legion plans to hard surface will be in the municipality s half of first Street along the this work meets with the approval of citizens upon its completion the legion anticipates carrying the pavement around the South Side of the Park. Legion officials said this week. For the last six years Arnold Rogers Post has contributed its service to the Graveling of streets and roads in and around Hawkeye. Now is the time to get your harness oiled and ready for Spring work. Putnam harness store.  w. H. Oehring Paul Sonnkalb and miss Velma Schultz Are at Waukon serving on the trial jury. Or. And mrs. R. F. Tohff motored to Waukon sunday and had dinner with or. And mrs. Thos. Webster. Mrs. Geo. Daubenberger left monday for Mason City to visit in the Home of her daughter mrs. V. D. Coyle. Mrs. Reno Smith and son Donald returned saturday from their Holiday visit to her people in St. Cloud Minnesota. Ben Herrick of Fredericksburg was an Over night visitor in Postville last Friday at the Home of his sister mrs. H. H. Douglass. This locality was visited with a six Inch snowfall on sunday afternoon and evening which helped promote Sleigh ing but failed to Benefit Auto travel. Or. And mrs. Jonn l. Gregg or. And mrs. Elmer Meier and or. And mrs. I. P Hinman were dinner guests sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Geo. Kohlmann. In sending in his Herald remittance Bob Mccready of Cherokee says they have had no cold weather there since october and sends his Best wishes to All Postville friends. Rodney Lien was Down from Mason City Over sunday to visit his Mother mrs. Jennie Lien and his Grandfather j. Prior who is a patient at Postville Hospital. Monday night was Clear and cold one of those nights when the heavens seem to come close to Mother Earth and the stars Shine out Bright and Clear seemingly not so car away did you notice it on monday the firm of Schuler & Sechler passed out or. Schuler buying the interest of his partner and will continue in the near Beer business. We Are not advised As to what or. Sechler plans doing. Harold Phillips of Cedar rapids was an Over sunday visitor Here in the Home of his parents or. And mrs. A. J. Phillips arriving Here on the Midnight train saturday and leaving on the Early monday morning train. Julius t. Paulson of Clermont was in Postville briefly sunday being on the Way Home from attending the school of masonic instruction at Ivic Gregor he being one of the grand Lodge instructors and a very capable one. Or. And mrs. Peter Meland of this City spent last sunday with or. And mrs. Harvey Meyer in Sabula and report that family Well and Happy. There is no Snow in that locality and Auto roads Are so Fine that they had a Joy ride to Clinton and Back. L. O. Beucher and or. And mrs. J Palas were entertained at a delightful six thirty dinner at the Home of or. And mrs. Gilbert Sanders the occasion being mrs. Sanders birthday . Anna Clifton Nee Mickelson who had been called to Waukon a few weeks ago to be with her Mother mrs. Mickelson during her last illness came Over to Postville last Friday and visited relatives and friends in the old Home town until sunday morning when she left on the return trin to her Home in Seattle Wash. Last sunday was the Anniversar of the birth of g. A. Brooks of this City and As the town folks did t knew of it and had t planned for an Observance of the occasion he and his family harnessed up the Ford and went Down to the Chris Winvick Home where two sumptuous feeds worthy of the occasion were spread for his Benefit. You can t fool that Man Brooks even if he is an Odd fellow. The fact that they were 10,000 Miles from Home did t deter filipino boy students at the University of Towa from observing their own new year s customs. In a body they went into the country purchased a whole pig roasted it in filipino fashion and welcomed 1926 in the most approved Manila fashion. Philipine students form the largest foreign group in the University. They vary from freshmen to a Post graduate physician who has returned after several year s successful practice in the islands. Or. R. F. Topliff and l. L. Hill entertained Twenty five of the Unity chapter Brethren lust saturday evening in the rooms Over the Postville state Bank formerly occupied by or. And mrs. Gustav Dietsch. And if we Are to judge by the verdict of those present it was a very delightful occasion. The fore of the evening was devoted to a smoker and at cards while at Midnight the hosts served a most appetizing supper and brought to a Happy close a splendid evening s sociability. A neatly engraved card received wednesday announces the marriage Jin Chicago on tuesday january 12th. Of or. Edward a. Corcoran and miss Josephine Mary Flam. They will boat Home after february 1st at 34 South Menard Avenue Chicago. The Groom is a former grand Meadow township boy Well known in Postville who has made Good in the Windy City where he enjoys a Large and lucrative practice and with Many friends in the old Home town the Herald joins in extending him and his its Heartiest Well wishes. A Jolly Bunch of relatives and Good friends invaded the Home of or. And mrs. Joe Schultz near Castalia last sunday evening with baskets fairly bulging with Good things to eat and had a perfectly delightful time and some wonderfully Good eats. Those present were or. And mrs. Chas. Hoth or. And mrs. F. H. Schultz or. And mrs. J. F. Palas or. And mrs. J. Casten or. And mrs. L. H. Schroe Der or. And mrs. Gustav Dietsch or. And mrs. George j. Schroeder Rev. And mrs. E. T. Fin Etc and Virginia or. And mrs. C. H. Meier or. And mrs. Chas. Wegner or. And mrs. Chas. Warnholtz or. And mrs. Albert Zieman Louis Meier mrs. Duwe mrs. Sawvelle and mrs. Chas. Kohrs. Dietsch writes Auto insurance. Or. And mrs. Ira Smith went to Iowa City monday. Winneshiek county taxes Are less this year by $68,097.25. Miss Anna Neilly returned monday morning from her business trip of Chicago. Or. O. A. I chisel Napra Pathic physician. Office Over Schutte s furniture store Postville Iowa. Ira p. Hinman left sunday night on a two Days business trip to Chicago and Milwaukee. Misa Anna  Leui entertained the picnic club at a six o clock dinner in her Home on wednesday evening. Or. And mrs. Herman Schutta were West Union visitors sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Russell Dubois. Mrs. Clara Gordon mrs. Lou Tho a and children and de Thoma visited in the Home of or. And mrs. J. C Thoma at Waukon sunday. Mrs. Sarah Brackin of Elgin is at Postville Hospital for medical treat ment. Being a Mem Ber of the o. E. S. She is occupying the Eastern Star Oom. Or. And mrs. L. O. Beucher will this evening entertain the members of the croquet club and their Hus bands at a six o clock dinner at their Home. A $100,000 finance corporation has been organized at Nashua. The principal business of the company will be to handle deferred payments on automobiles. Otto Stoehr and George Falb of Elgin drove Here sunday afternoon for the purpose of trying out some of the ski slides the Postville boys know about. Spud Banders was their Pilot and he sure showed the Way to some Steep spots. A masonic grand Lodge school of instruction was Neld in West Union on tuesday and wednesday of this week owing to the fact that a similar school held there last year had the largest attendance of any like meeting Ever held in the state. Collections from the state gasoline tax for the period from april 16, when it was inaugurated to nov. 30, have totalled $3,215 404.88, it was announced by Kay Johnson treasurer of state the november Revenue was $333,028.-94, As compared with $416,6/4.60 in october. The monday club will meet monday january 18, at the Home of mrs. Ethel Steele. The ladies Are planning to go out in Bob sleds and will take along the makings for a one o clock luncheon. Each member is expected to bring her own dishes sandwiches and one other dish of food. When George Beh Roeder 74 years old Man of Britt Laid his warm hands on an Iron Gate they were Frozen fast and he was unable to extricate himself. His Calls for help were unanswered for a considerable length of time and when help finally arrived he was badly Frozen. His hands were peeled and doctors fear it will of necessary to amputate them. Everything but the drinks was made of Corn at the Noonday luncheon or be Centerville chamber of Commerce. The Mem Bers sought to show their willingness to get behind the move now on foot to create a greater demand for Iowa s greatest product. The menu consisted of corned beef and cabbage canned Corn Corn flakes Corn Mead Corn sugar Corn syrup and Corn starch pudding. A Deal was consummated the1 latter part of last week whereby on March first next Gilbert Buraas of the Gunder locality will come into Possession of the Twenty two acre farm now owned and occupied by or. And mis. Conrad Welzel. The consideration is $10,000 Ana includes everything on the place except the household effects of air. Welzel. We understand or. And mrs. Welzel will move into Postville. Max Wortman Cass county Farmer has Faith in the future of the hog Market he has recently purchased five cars of feeder hogs totalling Over 600 head in South Dakota.  these pigs which average about 100 pounds per head Cost approximately 13 per hundredweight Laid Down at his farm near Lewis. Or. Wortman will feed into this drove the bulk of the Corn raised on his 200 acre farm and probably 2,001 bushels of purchased Grain. He plans on marketing these hogs from May to july 1920, As a result of the failure of Man Ley s two Banks the town is without banking facilities. The Rock Island Road has a Large number of employees there. Last week the first National Bank of Mason cite sent Rodney Lien to Manley with $25,000 to pay those employees. And he went Iii style. Three cars in each f which were two guards armed with sawed off shotguns served As Protection for the Money. Rodney s office was in a garage and the armed men surrounded his desk while he cashed the employees Cheeks. J. W. Pierce & son gave a Check 011 the commercial state savings Bank for $3,471.16 to Joe a Clutz living Southwest of town for 104 head of hogs delivered to them. This is. E largest Check issued on the commercial state Bank for hogs although was nearly equated several years ago about the year 1919, when they gave a Check to c. E. Carpenter for $3,333.-33. Both or. Schultz and or. Carpenter Are known As successful hog raisers and when the Fly cannot turn an honest Penny raising Swine there is not much use for any one else to try. Nashua reporter. Japanese violin for Sale. Dietsch. A a j. A. Majors of Monona was a visitor in Postville sunday. Phonograph Needles at the Postville furniture . Eva Gilster of Marquette had her tonsils removed Postville Hospital last tuesday. Mrs. Decker of Postville submitted j to an operation at Postville Hospital last wednesday. \ j. W. Campbell went to Castalia on monday to install a Crosley radio in the Home of miss Alma Perry mrs. Walter Hoffbauer s Mother mrs. Leui of Postville is Here taking care of her while she is courier. Miss Margaret Mitchell has butchered one of the monarchs of the Woods standing near her Home and will have it worked up into food for the Furnace. Monona people Are getting the paving fever. And the preliminary Steps toward getting out of the mud Are under Way. No town has Ever regretted paving. Peter service worshipful master and r. R. Douglass of brotherly love Lodge no. 204 a. F. & a. Of this City were at Mcgregor thursday last to attend a masonic school of instruction. Tofield Lehman Southeast of Elgin started in business thirty three years ago with one bees. The one swarm of bees has grown to 1y5 stands of italian bees which produced this year about 8,000 pounds of Honey. The main Bee House contains two extractors and three tanks for strained Honey. The Honey is marketed in barrels or five gallon cans. This year the bulk of it went to Cincinnati. Elgin Echo. All kinds of insurance. Dietsch 825 draft horses were shipped out of Winneshiek county last year. Mrs. Henry Kahle went to Leroy minn., last wednesday to visit her daughters. Best and cheapest life insurance. Buy the new York life. Sold by Chas. H. Krumm. Miss Moore of Fredericksburg was the guest last Friday of mrs. H. I. Douglass of this City. Mrs. C. F. Limbeck and mrs. F. L. Spoon went to Postville thursday to. Spend the Day with times Arthur Harry and Willard Wagner went to Monona last sunday and spent the Day with their grandparents or. And mrs. Joe it finer. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Stockman and family and mrs i Jim. Beisker were sunday visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. John Stockman on route no. Three. A or. And mrs. Clarence Owen or. Cowles were entertained at dinner and mrs. Wilmer Nordin and de sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. L. D. B. Hawkins. Or. And mrs. Dan Steele and family of Waukon or. And mrs. F. J. Laser of Dubuque and or. And mrs. Henry v. Steele of route 2 were dinner guests sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. J. A Steele. Evidently it does not pay to operate an insanitary restaurant in Marshalltown. Information was recently filed against a. A. Dewitt of Marshalltown by Fred Susie 01 the Iowa department of agriculture for operating an insanitary restaurant. The judge Felt that the evidence was so bad that he gave or. Dewitt the maximum Fine of $100, plus $25 More for operating without a License. Quickest time earliest arrival in California on december 8 and 22 and january 5 and 19, a High class All steel tourist Sleeper will be operated from Donnan Iowa to los Angeles California Over the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul ry., to Kansas City thence Rock Island Southern Pacific Golden state route. Car leaves Donnan 4 05 p. In. On above dates arriving los Angeles 2 15 p. M., Only three nights Enro Ute. Golden state dining car meals the Best on wheels at most reasonable prices. For Complete information and berth reservations Call on or write h. A. Neff ticket agent Rock Island lines Postville Iowa or c. C. Gardner assistant general passenger agent Rock Island lines 600 Royal Union life bldg., Des Moines Iowa. Rebekah will install new officers tonight Post Rebekah Ladge will install its officers tonight and All members Are urged to be present to assist in the work and to extend greetings to the new officers both elective and appoint Tine. Have Yod eaten oysters this week if not Why 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 Public Sale of High Grade Guernsey and Jersey Dairy cattle to be held on the Chas. Washburn farm idea Ted 4 Miles West of Mcgregor on Mcgregor Elkader and Monona Road on monday january 18th Sale to begin at 12 30 p. Sharp. 60 head of cattle 25 head milk cows All milking and fresh 10 bred heifers coming 2 years old 12 yearling heifers open 11 fall and Winter Heifer calves 1 registered Guernsey Bull 3 years old whose dam has an advanced Reg. Record of 544 lbs. Of butterfat at 2 years and 6 months 1 registered Guernsey Bull 1 year old. This Herd has a cow test record of 331 lbs. Butterfat 20 cows included. A cattle have been t. B. Tested a clean Herd in every respect. This is a clean up Sale. Everything will be sold to the highest bidder terms of Sale All sums of $10.00 and under Cash Over that amount bankable notes with interest at 7 percent. Washburn Bros., props. J. A. Ramage clerk col. Geo. Waters act. Limited Ria for those who wish quiet Comfort rest or the greatest variety of recreation and entertainment the Golden state now More than Ever is the Ideal Winter Home. The All Pullman Golden state limited takes you there in luxury and Comfort. Observation and club cars Barber Valet Shower for men women s lounge maid manicure Shower for women. No extra fare. Leave today via Rock Island lines arrive los Angeles 2 45 p. San Diego 330 p. A Santa Barbara 630 p. M., third Day Golden state express another fast rain daily on convenient schedule carries of pervs Tiou car through Standard and tourist sleepers and coaches. Dining can serving Best meals on for a traib ask h. A. Neff agent _ c c. Cd Dow not. Cen l Phi. Atna to Royal Union Uit b14a� do Mol a Iowa

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