Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
27 May 1926

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27 May 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1926, Postville, Iowa Stville theatre i. And sat May 28th and 29th Harold Lloyd in hot water nother big hit from the King of All co medians. Lloyd makes no Best picture be other comedians do. He maintains n even Standard of delivering one hit after another and if hot water does of Rock you with laughter nothing will 7s so funny. Also a two reel comedy. Admission 40c and 20c on. And 31 & june 1 Rex Beach s big powerful drama the Barrier positively arid absolutely the biggest Northern picture Ever to appear on by screen since the it s a picture of a Hundred mighty thrills this Romance of the Frozen North. One whole Eek at the Capitol at Des Moines that s of Good it is. Admission 35c and 15c. De. And 2nd & 3rd House Peters in j the Tornado action and thrills Well Tell the world Lothing else but. The storm scenes Are Lothing Short of marvelous and what a nighty out of door action picture it is. Wore action in it than a shoot pm up Western punches a snapping Story. We Annot obtain better pictures than the Tornado. They Are not made. Waters & Mullaney keep your chickens healthy i prevents contagious Chick Bowel trouble White diarrhoea Stop losses. Prevent spread of dread contagious Chick Boi-11 trouble that wipes out entire hatches. Easy and cheap \ with by. Feed it in the drinking water. By u re Lubly cd Mai Hutu to in. No is a powerful disinfectant that kills germs yet is not harmful to animal or Chick life. By costs but a few cents to use per Day. It insures healthy Chicks Early maturing pullets eggs when they Are highest. Prominent poultry raisers All Over the country Are using and recommending by. We sell it in convenient Sites a a ask for free bulletins the Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts a Gar Mill feed for your pigs flour midds Rye midds Oil meal bran the Farmers store action Sale l head of scotch and scotch topped 11 shorthorn bulls will be offered for Sale at Public auction saturday june 5, 1926 to my farm 1-2 mile North of Postville on primary no. 51, commencing at 1 30 o clock p. M. Roans reds and Whites from 12 to 18 months a. A Good useful lot of bulls at your own Price. Erd t. B. Tested. Pedigrees furnished. A. A. Dresser prop. Auctioneers 1 try or want and column. Head Roberts seed Corn and. Cheap automobile . Netnrhatosvor1uol0redhats-the, or. And mrs. W. J. Clark visited cd Rte aves and end. Safiy John Thorsen of Calmar was a business in Postville monday Ungruh Needles of the Post ment. Pui mature of Kiesau physician and Ziti office Over the Pofi Ottrice. Sloth telephones. I j. C. Thoma of Waukon was a business visitor in Postville last thursday and Friday. J or. And mrs. A. J. Phillips spent sunday along yellow River in the Ira Smith neighbourhood. Or. And mrs. J. P. Ellis and fam by were sunday visitors at their Fann i Northwest of Sosville. I nurse Julia Larson came down1 ftm�fi"�t0p,Laj,-i?.nay night t0 Nell out at Postville Hospital. Laugh until your sides ache see Harold Lloyd. In hot water here1 next i riday and saturday. Or. And mrs. Frank. Ervin were exploring Turkey River sunday Between Elgin and Clermont. Or. And mrs. L. F. Schroeder were sunday evening visitors in the Homo of or. And mrs. H. L. Meyer or. And mrs. J. T. Humphrey of this City were sunday afternoon visitors at their farm near Monona. Mir and mrs. J. M. Harris were among the Postville folks who journeyed to Mcgregor last sunday. Q6car Hanson who is employed in i Parage at Oelwein was an Over widay visitor with friends in Postville. Or. And mrs. J. M. Thoma mrs. Lloyd Palmer and son and ,3. Hat tie Casten were Mcgregor sightseers sunday. Or and mrs. Will Ewing of Forest Mills were visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Henry Lawson of this City last Friday. Or. A. A. Schmidt has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. County attorney Elmer Pieper who is a candidate for renomination on the Republican ticket was greeting Postville folks monday. Or. And mrs. We. J. Klingbeil and family mrs. John Powers and miss Elizabeth Schutte were sunday visitors in Mcgregor. Or. And mrs. L. J. Masonhall and family and Leslie Menafee were enjoying the landscape in the Vicinity of Forest Mills sunday. Or. And mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and family and mrs. Gladys Herrick of Muskegon Michigan were motor visitors sunday in Elkader. Or. And mrs. Louis Schutte and family motored up to Leroy Minnesota sunday and spent the Day with or. And mrs. De Corson. Or. And mrs. Al Schori and two grandsons were callers sunday afternoon at the f. W. Hughes and airs. Myra Gray Homes. Mrs. G. E. Jorgenson wishes to an. Ounce that she will begin Hev summer music term in Postville monday May Slot at the Home of mrs. Chas. Wegner. Mrs. Delbert schamerhorn of Waukon took the Rock Island train Here monday morning for Iowa City where she will take treatment at the unit left sity Hospital. Miss Esther Smith returned to her studies in Coe College at Cedar rap ids monday after a week end visit Here in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Ira Smith. Lee Candee of the office Force of the n. E. Light. And Power co., at West Union was an Over sunday visitor in the Home of his parents of. And mrs. A. M. Candee. Or. And mrs. Harry Herrick and two children and John d. Herrick of Fredericksburg motored Over to Postville sunday and spent the Day with or. And mrs. H. H. Douglass. Mrs. L. A. Bellows left monday for a visit in the Home of her daughter airs. May Kascht in Waterloo. She went by train to Independence and from there to Waterloo by bus. Kenneth Strang of Oelwein was the guest Here saturday and part of sunday of his Friend Paul Neff. The boys were classmate while attending the Cedar rapids business College. Fred Groth took a truck Load of Honey Over to Decorah monday for Roland Brandt which ought to help fill the Sweet Teeth of most everybody the Capitol City of Winneshiek county. Miss Ethel Thoma will be Home Friday from Lansing where she has been teaching the past year. If the weather is favourable her parents or. And mrs. J. M. Thoma will go Over after her by car. A Bevy of the neighbors of Frank u. Sebastian were helping him haul Sand monday to his farm Northwest of town where he is getting ready to make some improvements in his outbuildings. Ben Morch left monday for Iowa City to enter the University Hospital in an Endeavor to get Relief from rheumatic troubles that have been causing him no Little suffering for some time past., Paul Riiff of this City left sunday for Independence to accept a posit Tion As bookkeeper in the Iowa state Hospital there. He is a splendid Young Man Anco Well qualified by training to fill the position. The Postville chapter of the Izaak Walton league will meet at the Postville state Bank on monday evening my 31, at ,7 30 o clock. As important matters Are to be considered a full attendance is desired. Mrs. B. F. Schroeder and Louise drove to Elgin sunday afternoon to visit mrs. August Holzer a very Good Friend of miss Schroeder when in business there who recently underwent a Serio is operation. The poultry culling season has started the demand for service is greater than Ever poultry prices Are higher now than they will be later in the season. Now is the time to get your order for culling. A a. Never Man Castalia.-29c. Mrs. Madge Wherry who has been a Postville resident for some years while she was engaged in teaching in this locality and her daughters attending school Here packed her household effects on monday and moved Back to her own Home in West Union mrs. Eli Baily shipped21 two la. Broilers to. A Chicago commission House last week. These were Early Birds and the Price quoted the Day they were shipped was 50 cents per Pound. The Early Bird gets the worm As Well As a Good Price for its owner. Good Hail insurance Dietsch. Lots of plants at Cora wheelers. John Waters is building a machine shed on his farm near Bethel. Or. And mrs. W. H. Burling and family were motor visitors sunday in Ossian. The Bridge whist club met tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. Henry Miller. Dance every thursday Green Valley Pavilion Waukon. Bes music always.-25tfc. Or. And mrs. A. S. Burdick entertained Frank Hangartner and family at dinner sunday. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Sanders and family and or. And mrs. E. P. Durno motored to Elkader sunday. John l. Gregg and Keith and we. J. Klingbeil took in the Ball games at Clermont sunday afternoon. C. N. Hart state inspector of foods weights and measures was an official visitor in Postville monday. Or. Swella optometrist will be at our store in Postville on tuesday of each week. The Hanks jewelry co. Tom capper came up from Elgin last wednesday to help with the Rush of work at the Alla Makee hatchery. Or. And mrs. Wilbert Wilke were sunday visitors at the Home of or. And mrs. H. Miller Northwest of Postville. Persons desiring eggs hatched place your orders now. We can set them tuesday of each week. Alla Makee hatchery. Louis Schutte of this City delivered a truck Load of furniture to parties residing Northwest of Waukon the first of the week. Or. And mrs. George Willis of Monona were guests one Day last week at the Home of or. And mrs. Henry Lawson in this City. Or. And mrs. Peter Meland and or. And mrs. Alfred Meyer were sunday motor visitors in fort Atkinson fes Tina and we St Union. H. H. Douglass mrs. R. N. Douglass and Betty May motored Over to National last sunday Forenoon to Call on the Sherman Sisters. Jar. And mrs. Chas. F. Reineke of this City spent sunday at the Homo of the la tier s parents or. And mrs. Erwin Moritz near Monona. Rex Beach s the Barrier is the biggest Northern picture since the see it at the Postville theater next monday and tuesday. Or. And mrs. George Kohlmann and Elizabeth or. And mrs. Keith Gray and family were taking in the sights at Decorah and Cresco last sunday Ydean Moon daughter of or. And a Roy Moon had the misfortune one Day last week to fracture her trip while at play at the Luana school picnic. We. F. Shafter Waukon Alla Makee county s genial and capable clerk of courts was a Postville visitor saturday. The Herald acknowledge a pleasant Call. Roland Brandt was Down from Decorah Over sunday on a visit to his parents or. And mrs. Fred h. Brandt. Roland reports business Good in the furniture line. Or. And mrs. George Kerr brought their two months old daughter Ruth Thelma Over sunday to get acquainted with her grandparents or. And mrs. C. M. Kerr. John Mest arrived monday morning on no. 7 for a visit with his boyhood of. W. Hughes. He left again tuesday noon for his Home at Chadwi Elf j. Meier Frank Samek and ave 13ush were visitors at the upper powr dam near Decorah sunday. They report a Fine stage of water but a horrible dearth of fish. One Day last week Charles Blox Ham eldest son of and mrs. Clarence Bloch am of Franklin township had the misfortune to fall onto a disc and fracture one of his legs. Mrs. R. R. Douglass and baby left last thursday for Corning to visit her parents. In the meantime mrs. R. N. Douglass is helping Ray and Betty May keep the Home fires burning. The w. C. T. U. Will hold their regular monthly meeting june 2, at the Home of mrs. Hermie Webb. All members Are urged to be present. Come prepared to your yearly dues. Mrs. F. V. Blaha of came up to Postville last sunday morning to attend the confirmation exercises at St. Paul s lutheran Church her daughter miss Marie being a member of the class. Mrs. Al Ellis and my. Ralph Bach Tell right royally entertained a company of friends at a Siv o clock dinner wednesday evening at the Home of the latter. A session at Bridge Fol Lowed the serving. Or. And mrs. F. L. Mart is and family mrs. Of a. S. Burling and miss Genevieve burling Are expected Here saturday from Waterloo to spend memorial Day in the Home of or. And mrs. W. H. Burling. John p. King of Waukon who with a number of others is running the Gauntlet for sheriff of Alla Makee co. At the june primary was a caller at the Herald office tuesday while Over interviewing Postville folks. John d. Herrick or. And mrs Harry Harrick and two children of Fredericksburg and or. And mrs. H h. Douglass of this City were enjoy Irig the Scenic splendor at Mcgregor Mcgregor Heights and Pike s Peak last sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. L. 0. Beucher and family or. And mrs. Earl Abernethy and family and or. Arid mrs. L. L. Hill and family packed their baskets with delicious eats sunday and hied themselves Down to the will Leui farm House and spent the Day picnicking. Mrs. F. H. Lunian and mrs. W. H. Burling entertained at luncheon at one o clock saturday at the l human Home. A most delicious luncheon was served at five daintily appointed tables and the afternoon was devoted to Needle work and a general Good social time. Mrs. Fred millin past grand Noble grand of the Rebekah Lodge of Iowa and mrs. Katharine Johnston of Dubuque came up to Postville last Friday to attend the dedication of the Odd Fellows Hall. They were enter Tain Edrin the Homes of a. J. Phillips and of. P. Durno. W. In. Burling informs us that his sister miss Genevieve burling of wat woo is to enjoy an eighty Day sea tin visit to foreign lands. She will sail a rom new York june 12th, j with a Clarkson excursion party which will visit a number of the Prin cities and Points of interest in Italy Germany France Belgium. Surely a delightful trip. Come Here for help make the farm service hardware store your information Bureau. There is no use of your guessing about the Best ways to paint the right kind of heating equipment to use for your size of House and it is a waste of Money to buy the wrong kind of builders hardware tools that Are not suited for your purpose or to wish you knew this or that thing when we Are always glad and willing to Supply you with the specialized knowledge of How to do use and repair things that come within the limits of hardware store merchandise. Make this your we specialize on Quality merchandise from reputable manufacturers the kind of locks cooking utensils cutlery washing machines tools fencing roofing and other hardware that gives you More for your Money Louis l. Hill heating hard Ware plumbing Postville Iowa always at your service cheap Tornado insurance Dietsch. Cevert Meyer is driving a new Ford ton truck. Blanche Nichols of the Koevenig cafe spent sunday in Minneapolis. Shoe repairing while you wait and Good work guaranteed. H. F. Svahra. Miss Helma Krambeer of Monona is Here visiting miss Louise Schnoe Der. Or. And mrs. F. H. Luhman and family were Mcgregor visitors sunday. Or. G. F. Kelleher and son George were Elkader visitors last sunday evening. Muh damage was done by the heavy rain near Cedar rapids monday afternoon. Or. G. F. Kelleher physician and surgeon. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store. Best. And cheapest life insurance. Buy the new York life. Sold by Chas. H. Krumm. Laugh until your sides ache. See Harold Lloyd in hot water Here next Friday and saturday. Or. And mrs. Luver c. Schultz and air. And mrs. Geo. Schultz enjoyed a picnic at Clermont sunday. Or. And mrs. Geo. Fay a toed to Oelwein sunday to visit in the Home of his aunt mrs. Adeline Thompson. Augusta Wintrick daughter of c. Wintrick was operated for appendix is last week at the Kelleher Hospi in. Mrs. Gusta Wyckoff left Friday night for Pittsburgh pa., after a vis it Here to her parents or. And mrs. Carl Miller. Or. And mrs. Clifford Ellis and family were sunday guests at the Arm Home of or. And mrs. Thomas Vonroe near Castalia. Or. And mrs. Geo. W. Hein or. And mrs. John l. Gregg and mrs. Gustav Wyckoff were visitors in Waterloo last thursday. Why suffer those Acnes and pains come to Postville. Take treatments and be cured. 0. A. Kinsel Napra Pathic physician. Postville Iowa. Rex Beach s the Barrier is the biggest Northern picture since the see it at the Postville theater next monday and tuesday. Rex Beach s the Barrier is the t biggest Northern picture since the see it at the Postville theater next monday and tuesday. John Lydon and daughter Anna who have been up in this locality for a couple of weeks past left monday by Auto for their Home in Cedar rap ids. / having finished her year s teaching v in the schools at Greene mrs. Nohrr c. Hecker returned to Postville saturday to spend the summer Vaca Tion. Or. And mrs. Will Furman of Elkader and or. And mrs l. J. Palas of St. Olaf visited sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. John f. Palas of this City. Or. And mrs. By Harrington and family mrs. Kate Abernethy and d. E. Harrington were visitors sunday in the Frances Burnham Home in Farmersburg. J or. And mrs. R. M. Hecker enter-1 trained a company of friends at their Home on tuesday evening at a six i o clock dinner complimentary to prof and mrs. L. S. Tireman. I mesdames e. H. Prior Al Ellis and Ralph Bachtell entertained at a one o clock luncheon wednesday at the Home of mrs. Bachtell and a delightful time is reported. Judge h. E. Taylor and reporter Emmett Dougherty were in Postville a Little before dinner time tuesday Enro Ute by Auto from West Union to their Homes in Waukon. We acknowledge a pleasant Call. Very special values and lowest prices we have just purchased 100 Fine suits of the newest and latest models made by one of the Best clothing manufacturers in the country prices for these suits Are As follows $17.75 $19.50 $21.50 $24.50 we Are also pleased to announce a new line of Fine Diagonal worsted suits each of these suits comes with two pairs of pants. Thesis Are double breasted models our Sale Price is $32.50 this is a special value and cannot be matched anywhere at this Price. Come to us we have a Large new Stock of better qualities. Every suit is absolutely guaranteed. In Bear co. Decorah. Iowa Spray your Trees now we Are Headquarters for All materials needed to protect your Trees against the attack of All insects. Cyan Gas Calcium cyanide for exterminating ground hogs gophers and rats. Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store come to the memorial exercises in Postville sunday May the 30th

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