Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
16 Jun 1921

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16 Jun 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1921, Postville, Iowa Thursday Elf nth 18, 1921 Portville Iowa oni Giffes Lii Loiis ii Nnanna kinds of Fife works Toliu co Liula Candy fancy Candy soft drinks special for sunday chocolate ice Cream he Home bakery ill .1. Hanks till Kvirin you think of buying f bakery goods your list Tho t i is where it Cornea from. Our wares Are made under he most sanitary conditions. L years of experience in Hie a a business assures you of hip in so in our Linn. Lot us sup ply your needs. To know i you la lie satisfied. Henry Haagsman prop i Kig lit dil verent shapes try them Thoma Bros. Keep our ships of the 5eveh seas american ships flying the stars and stripes will carry you and your goods anywhere two and three generations ago the stars and stripes were All Over the world. Then they almost vanished from the seven seas. But today they Are Back again. Bir splendid steamers american owned and operated carry Iii passengers and toads Are crowding their Way into All foreign harbours with the stars and stripes proudly fluttering from their masts. American exporters importers travellers All can help by ship Ping and sailing under the stars and stripes. Operators of passenger services Admiral line 17 state Street new York n. V. Motion navigation company 26 so. Cay Street Baltimore my. Murton steam ship line. 82 Sseaver Street new Yorac by. New York and Porto rico.8. S. Co., Porto 11 Broadway new Yowk n. Y. Racite mall s. S. Co., 45 Liro Adwa new York n. Y7u. S. Mall s. S. Co. If Broadway new York. N. Y. Ward line new York and Coha mall s. A co foot of Wall Street new York n. Y. Free use of shipping Board films us of shipping Board notion picture Lilun four reels free on request of any mayor pastor Pust Yosfi or or genl. Atlin a great educational Nici Urt of it your hot nil plants Salvias Gator Beans at Hugh Shepherd s. See the new Girdle Corset co in ii Lii comfortable. Meier Phillips & of. Quench your thirst with buy it by Tho Case at the Pulm. Attorney and mrs. W. H. Burling and family wore Decorah visitors on tuesday. T a now Lino of voiles lust received foulard pattern. Meier Phillips & co. A called masonic communication next tuesday evening for second degree work. Kew Natl Stradt arrived Home sunday from a Funston Iii., for Tho summer vacation. The Palm carries a full line of Elkhorn cheese. Try borne for your lunches and picnics. The household effects of o. W. Hunt were loaded yesterday of r h to Fittl Leishm g. The curb and Gutter Crow will finish their work in Postville this week. From Here they go to Sheldon. Or. And mrs. Louis w. Thoma drove Down from Burr Oak sunday 0 spend the Day with Postville rely 1 ups. Mrs. Jessie Sanders entertained he auction Bridge club at a picnic upper at her Home on tuesday evening. Mrs. F. C. Cost Nolc entertained he 0. C. Club tit her Home on sat Ardavin Honor in mrs. Lowell Moody. Or. A. A. Schmidt now Bab Bis r five established in Postville Hospital. Any and night Calls will be taken care of in non Fly the win. .1. Kiln hell and Bert r. Tuttle families nit toed to fort Atkinson sunday afternoon for a Short All at the Homo of or. And mrs. V. W. Tuttle. Mrs. Cost a Detsch and son Fred arrived Here on saturday from , pa., in join or. Pletsch. They will reside in Tho Flat Over the l of Stville site Bank. The Fleo. Kohl unit family drove o Strawberry Point sunday taking Nathan White Homo with thin. N the afternoon they visited the fish Hiil Berv no Manchester. Friday and saturday june 17 and is your Choice of any lint in the Tore at $l.fio. All Lowers Choice t 7r,c. This 1s the last Wile of the Enson. Mrs. If. W. I Larnick. Or. And mrs. Carl hotter Are now at Home in the Flat Over Luhman r Sanders store recently vacated by or. And mrs. Of. R. Brenner. Waukon fair Datea Are aug. 30 to sept. 2nd. Remember we handle the famous Chicago red top tee posts is Well As the lifetime red Cedar plots. Call and get our new pries. Consumers Independent lumber company. A Limber spine Means health. A hit spine menus weakness and disease. For Unis reason Yon should Ake Tipra Pethic treatments. 0. Kinsel physician Postville. Iowa. Carl rrb was up from r. 1, Monona tuesday with a crate of Spring chickens Thill averaged three pounds apiece Lor which be received thirty cents per Pound. This is something unusual to bring Spring chickens to Market in the fore part of june. Last summer we mentioned that Henry Sunderman living Down near Hoa Aville station in Jefferson township had established a Deer Park on his place and was starting with a Buck and Doe which he purchased up it Arlington Minn. Monday of last week an interesting event happened in the Deer family the Doe giving birth to twin Fawn which As far As we have Hoard Are getting along nicely. If this ratio of increase keeps up Henry will soon have a sizable journal. Or. T. A. King received a crate of Flo China last week direct from the Haviland potteries at Limoges France. While stationed at Vierzen France with the a. K. Of. The Doc Tor visited the famous potteries and after much persuasion induced the proprietor William Haviland. To accept his order for a seventy place Sot of the White China with rold band decoration and the inscription Grace Dilbert King from capt. A a. King a. B. the doctor dealt directly with the Brent Haviland and was much Stirr Sod to find him in american and a great grandson of the Haviland who established the potteries in 1840. He declared to would take no Intro orders As it would require three years time to fill those already taken but after much persuasion he decided to accept just one Moro and Tho order Takon in april 1918, was filled last weak just a month Over Tho three years. A of the a. E. Of were allowed to declare merchandise to the amount of $300 duty tree and the dishes Laid Down hero Cost him Only $.15, the transportation and duty on Haviland brought to this country by importers is sixty per cent which is the cause of the pre Vaills a High Pica mrs. King la delighted with her gift and will treasure each piece As an heirloom to be handed Down to wast Union Union. Reduced prices watches cleaned ,-.t_,$1.00 jewels of All Klnds-.$1.00 main Springs-$1.00 i also repair looks phonographs sawing Mohinea and Auto looks shears and razors sharpened in first class condition. A pm every he Sella jewelry pacels tote the Farmers store Tor fresh bulk herring Loney Perkins of Oelwein was a Postville visitor on monday. Lot us finish what your Kodak starts. Douglass pharmacy. Mrs j. C. Hooker left monday for Iowa City to attend summer schoo. Or. A. Folic in veterinarian. All Dav or promptly answered. Wilbur Lambert of Castallo was a Postville business visitor saturday. I. B. Mcmyn Rtin of Castalia was a Welcome caller at the Herald office saturday. Mrs. H. Miller entertained the picnic club at her Homo on last wednesday evening. Or. It. F. Topliff was at Waterloo the fore part of Tho week attending masonic Al Rand Lodge. Mrs. O. 13. Roeb Komi of Arnn Rollo is Here visiting at Tho Home of or. And mrs. A. A Schmidt. Mrs. Arhe Behrens entertained the croquet club at a picnic supper at her Home last Thi Imlay. Mra. Kvan Swenson left tuesday noon for Avoca wis., to visit her daughter. Mrs. C. B. Davenport. Don t fall to attend the tumor s big dance Antn Rudny night. Pea vey s taste band will furnish the music. Bert Woods of Marlon township has been Hern this week visiting at the Home of his Cousin f. D. Hounds. Or. And mrs. Richard Mcnally and son were visitors at the old farm Home of the former in grand Meadow township. J. P. Mcneil and his a Ottson. Is. Mcneil who is Here from Portland Oregon for a visit to relatives were it entailed and Volga City monday. Ii. K Roberts left wednesday morning to visit his Mother it Long Beach California. Fred Pelster is working at the elevator during his absence. Mrs. James bunt and daughter returned saturday morning to their Home in Armstrong Iowa after a visit at the Mcnally Homestead in grand Meadow township. The Odd Fellows fourth of jul picnic will be held near Bethel. A general invitation is extended the Public to come and enjoy the Day with them. Full program later. Carl j. Zuher who inst week sold his half interest in Tho Postville laundry to Molbert Folsom has joined the Regina Ashard shows and will act in Tho capacity of Advance agent we Are told. Lumber Market is stagnant. Now is the time to take advantage of the extreme Low prices. Let us figure that Bill. It will you nothing whether you build or not. Consumers Independent lumber co. Al Wilson the dare Devil Filer who with Ruth Law put on the changing plane stunts at the Decorah fair lust fall came near Belarr killed at Milwaukee last sunday afternoon. His stunt there was to Transfer from an automobile travelling seventy five Miles an hour to an i plane flying directly Over the car. The flier dropped his ladder As plane and cur came Down the Home stretch of the race course. Wilson j caught the fourth rung of the lad-1 tier but the lira rung caught Fie _ exhaust pipe of the powerful Cai and swung it off the ground causing the Driver to lose control of the car which dashed into Tho Fenroy and overturned the plane. The plane came crushing Down into the Box Section and would have killed hundreds had they not run from the boxes barely in time. Sixteen Peu pie were injured and Al Wilson received severe bruises when he was hurled into Tho siding near the r. & s. Want and notices under this head 5c per line. Please Send Cash with order count six words to a line. Figures and initials count As a word. Minimum charge 15 cents per week. Job wanted to am looking for work. Fred Pletsch Postville. Wanted second hand ice Box inquire at this office. For Sale a 7-room modern House three lots and a barn. Inquire at this for Sale a Light six Bulck new tires a 1 condition. Frank d. Rounds.-32tf for Sale Ford touring car new Radiator 1921 License paid.  enquire of s. C. Bally.-31tf for rent six room House and a 50x228 feet lot with lots of fruit. Mrs. Newton harvey.-32-p for Sale purebred Short Cin Bull calf of serviceable age. L.0. Dresser Postville for rent i have for rent Twenty acres of Hay. For Purl Cullars see Albert Leman Postville Iowa. For Sale-30 boar pigs High Grade a Tirol jerseys March pigs. We. Kamp Castalia Iowa.-32tf a for Sale a four year old regl estered Hereford Bull. Arthur h. Foels r. 2, Postville Iowa.-2p for Sale one Span of mules and a 3-year-old Bay Mare. Enquire of e. H. Wasnes r. 1, Castalia Iowa for Sale i have a Quantity of new Houey sections for Sale. Roland Brandt r. 1, Postville.-32-tf lost in Postville wednesday a Plain Gold band wedding ring. The finder will please leave at this office. For Sale several registered her Eford bulls. Priced reasonable if taken soon. E. M. Gass Postville Iowa.-28tf found a Cord tire with Demon thle rim. Owner Call at this Oft a prove property and Cost of thu advertisement. Found a spare tire and rim 1 i Miles Southeast of Postville about five weeks ago. Enquire of her M.I. Nti Ehring r. 1, Postville Iowa. --33 paint prevents decay the sign on this Board at lamed in the Possession of m. K. Barber was painted Over 30 years ago with Heath & Millioan paint. Read this a i exposure to wind sleet Hail Sand Snow rain hat Cut the Wood away until the painted letters stand out one eight of an Inch in bold Relief the Wood having been Cut away by the Drifting that s what dependable paint really does protects and preserves your property. Decay won t wait for paint to get cheaper. Paint now avoid repairs later. Look for Tom sign h Lull your fault the to Quality the Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts Postville theatre s program for the week tuesday june 8 Ltd. Fortune Teller. Starring Marjorie Rambeau thursday june 23rd the Shadow of Rosalie Burns starring pretty Ellne Ham Merstein special Friday and saturday notes june 24th and 2bth " h k " with an All Star Oast for Sale real Good stoc farm will be sold cheap for next sixty Days. U you want to buy a farm Call at once. Interest Low per cont. Farm of 150 acres. 1 mile from Good town. Also several Good j residence lots in Monona. Clias. Ii. Krumm Postville. I i the Purchase of a 00 acre farm for experimental work in Vete Luary Medicine Hus been authorized by the state Board of education. The farm which la the first provided for this use by any agricultural College in the United states will he Ndini Iulah Herod by the veterinary divisor of Iowa slate College. It is located near the College Campus South of the animal husbandry farm. Tito farm will be used exclusively for research und experimental work in. Veterinary Medicine. Clearance Sale prices Organ Dies and swisse fancy imported goods values up to $2.00, special Price while it lasts Saelaw voiles dark and Light values up to $1.50, Sqq re special Price a pc one lot values up to $1.00, 7\f now specially priced at. Do one lot values up to 60 cents a present Sale Price Only. Plaid Gingham Erter Cupeto 35c 23c you will find at All times a splendid _ assortment of excellent values. 1 the Quality store Meier Phillips & company Dodge Brothers announce a substantial reduction in the prices of their cars effective june eighth Central garage company la Postville Iowa. I if Otili stir Iii Iii Iob a a a a i Ivl i ,.,." " k �0./ Toj Iol l Iii in i u sri i in in a a Tui i. M.i., u. I l v i let .3. Nii in ii a  Dutt a in Ivicin lion if u it of j a Iii to a. I Iii i iat v�.,

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