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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1921, Postville, Iowa
, to 26, 1821 the Post Vili of Elf Witald Postville Iowa. A Jim Postville theatre s program Lor the week thursday May 20, a Tanto Hammer teen in pleasure Seiko re special saturday May 28 Wallace hold in the roaring Road a comedy Tzoc Cabye baby monday May 30 special Tom mix in or Arlo trails tuesday May 31 Bessie Barriscale in Kitty Kelly m. In got the Palm Postville Iowa a Range Lemons bananas grape fruit cigars tobacco bulk Candy fancy Candy soft drinks special for sunday chocolate ice Cream a nah Humb i the Home bakery m i m a when you think of buying bakery goods your first Tho t 1h where it comes from. Our wares ure inside tinder the most. Sanitary conditions. Years of experience in the business assures you of the Best in our Lino. Let us Supply your needs. To know you la be satisfied. Henry Haagsman prop. eight different shapes try them Thoma Bros. local news f regular meeting of Post Buhe Kah Lodge tonight. F. C. Heyes d. C doctor or chiropractic Monona Iowa. A son was Horn to or. And mrs. Will Fischer last wednesday. Paris Allieen for potato bugs i it at the Douglass pharmacy. Let your hotbed plants Salvias Castor Henns at Hugh Shepherd s. Or. A. Folsom veterinarian. A div or night Calls promptly answered. Straw Herros Aii Paragis Circum hers lettuce and cabbage at Thoma Bros. A baby girl came to the Home of or. And mrs. Louis Schultz thursday of last week. Por fire Tornado automobile fire and Theu. Or Hail insurance see j. W .campbell.-Eow-33 Rov. K. Schmidt leaves monday for Holland Iowa to deliver an address at the Masslon fast. Our co Cream special for next sunday will he chocolate. Thoma Brothers Postville. Iowa. Will leu and f. M. Orr returned last wednesday form Omaha with two carloads of Fine cattle. Out your hotbed plants of David Meyer one Block East of former Ohloff Nursery. Late cabbage ii in at half mice. The memorial Day Parade starts from the school grounds at 1.30, instead of the time announced in our last Issue. Attorney and mrs. W. H. Burling moved their camping equipment on monday out to their summer cottage at Durno s Park. The South Side floor duet club started the season s t festivities on tuesday evening at Tho lutheran parsonage grounds. V mrs. Hay u. Douglass and baby left last thursday for a visit to her parents in coming. Buy accompanied them As far As of Lweln. Don t fall to Hearth. Address on memorial Day by Hev. Westfall to is an Able and eloquent Man and will have something Worth while to say. The american legion and Community club of Clermont will unite in staging a two Days celeb ration in the Brick City on August 10 and 11. A dinner will to served to All veterans or the civil and world War on memorial Day May 30, at 11 30 a m. At the methodist Church. It s free Carl Schroeder returned monday night from his visit near Mart Ord s. D. He reports an abundance of Aln in that locality and crops look lug Fine. Or. And mrs. O. A. Konsel went to oar Navello sunday to visit relatives. The doctor returned the same afternoon leaving mrs. Konsel for a longer visit. Mesdames Colbert Sanders a. C. Webster a. ,1. Phillips and Henry Miller went to Cedar wednesday to attend a meeting of the White shrine. Lev. .1. A. Stathoff left for in a wino tuesday noon and will re turn today accompanied by mrs. Saatoff and the Little folks who have been there visiting the past two weeks. Remember we handle the famous cd Largo red top tee posts Well As the lifetime red Cedar splits. Call and get our new pro Ces. Consumers Independent Lam her co Nuny. I want your old discarded fur will insure your hogs with the National live Stock ins. Co. You got free veterinary a. Vice and Are insured in Good Strong reliable company. You can insure digs 30 Days old on an interim policy and with a six months insurance in connection Oan carry your hogs till ready for Market Frank d. Rounds. Ageist Post Villi Iowa feed wheat to poultry 78c per Bushel $1.25 per cwt. Send your my to cottage studio oelweln.20tfc got some of that Cremo cheese at Thoma Brothers. Hot Baths for rheumatic trouble at Hospital mrs. Rimer Welge went to Cedar rapids wednesday. Let us finish what your Kodak starts. Douglasb pharmacy. Rov. To. Onus has been considerably under the weather of Lute. Pineapple Canning season is hero. Out your pineapples from Thoma Brothers. The annual banquet or the p. Ii. S. Alumni association will be held Iune 7th. Tuesday Forenoon May Slat Eye. Ear Noah and Throat clinic at Postville Hospital. Or. And mrs. Louis w. Thoma of Burr Oak wore sunday guests of local relatives. An Eye ear nose and Throat clinic will be held at Postville Hospital Forenoon Only tuesday May 31. Ore. Kissau & Kelleher physicians and surgeons. Office Over Luhmann & Sanders store Postville. Iowa. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken Caref mrs. J. C. Hecker who has been teaching at Greene the past year returned Home last thursday for the summer vacation. Karl d. Flask optometrist has Boon coming to Postville for thirty years. Consult him about your eyes tuesday. May 31. The Geo. Thoma and Fred Thoma families and Dave Meyer were tip at Ossian sunday guests of the . Meyer family. Now is the time to get arsenate of Lead and Bordeaux mixture for spraying the currants and gooseberries. Douglass pharmacy. Mrs. Miller Lee and Little daughter came up from Waterloo last wednesday evening on a visit to her parents or. And mrs. Frank or Van. The croquet club spent thursday and Friday last in Postville and from her went to Mcgregor to visit his sister mrs. F. C. Parnell. Ice Cream social and program at grand Meadow school District no. 5, june 11. Everybody come and enjoy the evening. Mary Johansen teacher. Five years ago while Martin Larson of Decorah was blowing a Garden for a. W. Miller he lost his watch. A diligent search failed to locate it. One Day this Spring while mrs. Miller was making Garden she turned the watch out of the ground. The watch was tarnished and All but a tiny stub of the second hand was rusted olt. But when mrs. Miller applied a Little kerosene and wound it the watch began ticking As though it had been carried daily in its owner s pocket. The watch was returned to or. Larson sunday evening and because of its unusual experience is valued More highly than Ever by its owner. Cresco times. A millinery Sale. One lot at__-_____________$1.0 one lot at_______________$2.0c one lot at_______________$3.0c Friday and saturday Mav 27 & 28 mrs h. W. Harnack. Notice no Hunting or trespass Long will be permitted on our farm. Lydon & Brusveen. Saturday will be razor Blade Day at our store saturday May 28th, we will make a Large shipment of Blades to Burnett of Omaha the marvelous safety razor Blade Sharpener. Have your Dull safety razor Blades sharpened like n e w instead of buying new ones and save 60c on the Dollar. Every Blade guaranteed to shave satisfactorily single Edge Blades. 3c each double Edge Blades. 4c each Don t fail to have your Blades Here by saturday the Douglass pharmacy wheres Quality counts want and department notices under this head 5c per line please Send Cash with s Robe tanning co. Or. And mrs. To. W. Laundry and daughter miss Mildred of Oelwein motored to Postville sunday to visit their daughter and sister. Miss Neon said dry. One of the eff cent teachers in our Public schools. Lest you forgot to remember the fact we repeat it that the married folks dance will to l n d at Turner opera House Poh Villo. Statt Rdv. June 4. Corpe Noii s orchestra will furnish the wiggle juice. Bring your dishes and eats and Rollice. Miss Myra Angell is expected Home saturday from new Albin where she has Boon teaching in the nubile schools the past year and the fact that she has Vioen re elected to the same position for next year is sufficient Evl Denro of her efficiency. Alla Makee county now has a big Cator pillar tractor which made its Appo Araluce on our streets last thu Irskay. This tractor is one of the Many Given the state Highway commission by the National government and comes to the county with no other expense than the freight. Waukon journal. County superintendent Peck was Over yesterday on iii last official visit to the Postville schools lie brought Andy Bock along for bal last and the Herald Force wore thus enabled to have u shop talk with the Dean of printers in this Section of Iowa and a bettor natured cubs it would be hard to find. Many relatives and friends most pleasantly surprised or. And mrs. Henry Alt Tomibe sunday to remind them of their Twenty fifth wedding anniversary and each brought n Well filled Basket with which All joined in a off cynic dinner and left it an appropriate hour wishing or and mrs. Al Bouse Many Happy returns of the Day. Change has taken place in the hard were firm of Waters &. Nicolay at Postville John Waters having sold his interests to a Dubuque gentleman. Or. It Trio by Niitme mass of Ruth Roberts. Kate Miller to Lille Nicolay Pearl Hart Edna holler Mae Hoy. And messes. Lester Williams and Miles Smith will graduate from the Postville school this year.--20 years ago in the Waukon Democrat Otto Sander was awarded the con tract last week for the erect Lon of two single Story cottages 20x�2 it on the kit Tom lots purchased by our new Baker Heni y Haagsman the houses Are to be strictly mod Era and Are to be completed by the first of August. Or Haagsman and a wife and Mother will occupy one of them and his brotherly Law. John Venstra and daughter will occupy the other Money is Mph to Barco in Post Voltie today As both our a ankh or closed while the anole on of finance Are feasting up at Oresco where the Bankers of eight counties in this part of the state comprising group no 4 of the Iowa state Bankers As Socin ton. Are holding a convention a. H. Peterson and r. M. Hooker of the Postville state and h. A Luh Man Leo Beuther and goo. W. Fay of the citizens state Bank Are in at Tendance a Hyak Swenson also went. Mini ease. For mus reason you should Nike Nairn of thic treatments. O. Kincl. Napra Pathic physician Postville . A. C. Marston of this City will conduct a civil service examination at the Postville Posto Fieo on saturday of this fill vacancies in Rural route carriers existing it Monona and North Beuna Vista. Aid to be due to bad crop conditions in Kansas. The average annual salary Nield to ministers of the methodist episcopal Church in the United states is $11 i4, according to a statement Trunde at the conference Board meeting. Three Venra ago the a orae e was Only $8 rial Day speaker at Elkader later he was hooked for cohosh Jig and now third la. Lastly and in conclusion to will positively appear at on Tonnberg on decoration Day. Jack and Jill who went to n Rill Haven t a darned thing on Louis Hill sinc0 wednesday morning of this week when old Don Stork made him dad for the first time by Lenv lne a Fine and Dandy baby boy with mrs. Hill at the Kessel Honsl Tal in Cresco. Hero s our beset wishes for the let top lad and Hearty congratulations to the Happy parents. A Lames returned Home from school with Strong evidences of a serious disagreement with some of his associates. As he entered the room his Mother looked up and in Surprise annul Rod Why. James How did you get your clothes so badly torn Veryln to keen a Good Little Bov being that is just like my Good Little said the Mother fondly who was the Good Little boy to. Or. O. F. Golloher of this Nulty has a Rabbit s foot or some other Hunch concerning fishing that seems to be possessed by but few hereabouts at any rate last sunday morning when the Wise fishermen All declared the Turkey River too Muddy and High to Natch anything Moro than a bad cold he slipped Down by Ford to the Beautiful City of clerk font and came Hack in a few hours time with As Fine a string of Bass As we Over Sot eyes on. Donald Mclaughlin son of or and mrs. John Mclaughlin of Alla Makee county met with s a most painful Accident while attending a Ball game at Dorchester. During the Progress of the game a batsman made a heavy awing at a Ball breaking the Bat and a portion of it flew into the crowd and struck act Laughlin on the Side of the head a wound it required several stitches to close and cutting his hand badly. For Sale farm of 219 acres located Midway Between Luana and Monona 100 acres under cultivation balance pasture and Timber All Good land Good buildings water and fences. For Palco and terms tour ent Luire on premises. H. C. Merger r. 1, Monona Iowa.-31-p. Bring in your films our finishing department through. Up to Date methods and equipment and expert handling can help you get the kind of pictures you want to use a siting expression we re to Iksic at the the Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts useful gifts for pretty girl graduates we have Dainty and useful articles Here that will make very appropriate graduation gifts which any girl would be delighted to receive. Gome in see what we have o offer you. Luhman & Sanders the big store a finish for every thing in the Home visit us first though and see chi Namel brilliance and Beauty. See chi Namel in hot water hammered and otherwise handled severely without injury during our chi Namel demonstration. A factory demonstrator will be in charge during dates Given below. There is a chi Namel finish for old or new hard or soft Wood floors furniture Woodwork Walls ceilings radiators screens stove pipes autos tops and seats motors and bicycles All guaranteed highest Quality or Money refunded. Free Coupon this Coupon entitles bearer to one 30c can of chi Namel free at our store upon Purchase of a 25c varnish Brush to insure a fair trial or will be accepted As 30c upon purchases of larger cans of chi Namel products. Name address All chi Namel products Are self leveling hence easiest far Amateur application demonstration at our store May 31 & june 1 the Douglass pharmacy where Quality county tire mileage at the lowest Cost in history size and Type 30x3 clincher 30 x 3j clincher 32x3j s. S. 32x4 34x4 35 x 5 s. S. S. S. S. S. Non skid old prices new prices $17i55 20.80 26.30 84.95 49.85 61.15 $12.85 15.00 21.00 26.90 38.35 47.05 red top old prices new Price $21.05 27.75 81.60 42.00 $17.00 22.00 26.00 34.40 ribbed Cord old prices new Price $32.60 39.20 49.80 59.10 73.65 $25.00 32.% 41.85 49.65 61.90 non skid Cord old prices new prices $34.25 41.15 52.30 62.05 77.35 $27.50 36.40 46.30 54.90 68.45 Gray tubes old prices new prices $2.75 3.25 3.60 4.55 6.00 7.25 $2.15 2.55 2i90 3.55 4.75 5,85 Flut War lax. Ophir inti Reiou edit proportion these prices apply to our regular and Complete line Price unsupported by value never is an advantage to any but the Man who Sells to make a Quick clean up and quit. A reputable unexcelled mileage tire made by a company that can and will delivery All and More than you pay for is he Only one you can afford to buy. Sold Only by dealers a new Low Price on a known and honest product
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