Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
1 Nov 1918

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1 Nov 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Postville, Iowa Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital s100.0u0 undivided profits Over $19,000 our methods Are thorough and conservative our resources abundant and stability and trustworthiness beyond question will look carefully after your banking interest and treat you with every Courtesy and consideration. Order a Box in our customers fault in the new Bank. Our we speak for a Box in the vast of oar new Bank we pay 4 per cent per annul on time deposits left for 6, 9 or 12 months. Officers h. S. Luhman president Carl hotter vice president l. O. Beucher cashier c. E. Waters asst. Cashier Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. S. Luhman John Waters we. Harris Carl Holter f. L. Williams c. W. Meier l. O. Beucher John c. Weihe Postville Herald we. J. Klingbeil publisher subscription Price $1.30 per year All subscriptions payable strictly la Advance. Advertising rate card sent on application. H. E. Taylor for judge. He is endorsed by every practising attorney of uis Home town. Tha undersigned including every practising attorney of the City of Wau on willingly and unreservedly testify to the worthiness and High personal and professional standing of att Ney h. E. Taylor now candidate for jul dare of this District or. Taylor has practice Law in this county for Nineteen years and was county attorney for six years. As county attorney he was energetic capable and fearless and made a splendid record in that office. His car j to a i it Nern practice has been Large and Bice judge Houck has been on the j very successful Joth As counsel and entered sit the 1 Ost of lace at Postville Iowa us second class mull toaster. Friday november 1, 1918 judge Houck makes Good on Bench. The Postville meat Market i 3. A. Spadge proprietor i fresh smoked and pickle.1 meats. Sausages of All kinds. Game and Fisli in season. We pay the highest Market prices for heavy butchering Stock poultry and hides. Standard phone no. 40. Eggs. Bench he has Given general satisfaction As shown by the comments of the press of the distinct. Quoting from the West Union Argo Cazette of oct. 3, 1918 judge Houck has certainly made a Fine rec Ord in this term and the matters submitted to him testifies to the Conti Dence the attorneys of the bar have in quoting from the Howard county times oct 1st, 1918 or. Houck was appointed to the Bench last Spring by governor Harding to fill the vacancy caused by the death of judge Hobson. The greater part of his time since his appointment has been devoted to court work he having Heid five place or. Taylor once called Home terms and the general opinion of who know of Bert s splendid Cap Abili court attaches seems to be that he ties in his chosen profession and who possesses the qualities which go to will Accord him a substantial vote on make a successful jul dare. The voters of the District will make no mistake it they elect judge Houck in quoting from the new Hampton Tribune of october 10th, 191s the october term of the Chickasaw county District court opened monday with Lone can judge c. N. Houck of Decorah on the isomer t. Bench. This is judge Houck s first term of court to be held in the county from the reports of his work As judge in the other counties ctr the District trial lawyer in District and supreme courts. He has Well and fairly earn Edh is present standing As one of the most Able and successful lawyers of this part of the state. We. S. Hart d. J. Murphy Burt Hendrick h. H. Stilwell Guy w. Eaton Henry Dayton Calvin Stilwell John f. Dayton c. S. Stilwell a. M. May j. E. O Brien. There Are Many in Postville the tuesday next. As the position is in i tirely non partisan it offers the Best possible Opportunity for All electors to rally to his support and in doing so j they will be doing but Justice to a Man whose capabilities and qualifications i Foi Fth important offio.3 of judge no a a Adver Ben Svebakken car of new York Winter apples Here soon baldwins Talli imn sweets Kings greetings Russelos spies and others. Leave your order at the store for a barrel Sweet potatoes Apple cider Kraut and oysters Thoma Brothers Postville Iowa Liggett s and Funke s chocolates oysters purity ice Cream we would say that he is a Cellenti Man for the place quoting from the Fayette county Leader of october 24th, 1918 hav ing known judge Houck for the past thirty years tie writer feels it his duty to Tell the people of this Vicinity of the clean life and excellent record of judge Houck As a Man and attorney j it would seem impossible to find anywhere in this District a cleaner More conscientious or Able Man to fill the position of judge of this District court. Judge Houck asks your vote Only on his record. He is too Busy holding court to see you personally if All the voters knew judge Houck s record As we do this article would not be necessary and it is because we need a Man like judge Houck for this most important office that we Are prompted to write this so that those who do not know him May learn of him from one who has lived in the same county with him and known him for thirty years voters can very ex-1 is the democratic nominee for sheriff of Alla Makee county. For sheriff Ben 0. Svebakken the Well known sex sheriff who served so Well and faithfully six years a of is again willing to assume the duties of the office and will appreciate any assistance that May be Given him but has not the time to make a Persona Campaign and does not think this the proper year to do so if he had. Ben is another Loyal 100 per cent Ameri can and the office will be in Good hands if entrusted to his care again Alla Makee journal popular Ben Svebakken who was never excelled As a sheriff has again been placed in nomination for that office at the Behest of his friends every where who will give him an enthusiastic Democrat. Alla Makee never had a better Man in the sheriff s office than Ben swe Bakken and if elected he will fill the make no mistake in registering their position just As acceptably As before approval of his record by voting fori is. Previous experience m the office him at the coming election on novem Ber quoting from the Decorah Republican of october 24th, 1918 the Republican believes with All sincerity in the ability of judge Houck to not Only meet All the Legal requirements of the position but to maintain the singularly High record of his predecessors. Judge Houck is honest conscientious a thorough student and his construction of the Law has Al ready marked him for a successful career on the Bench will stand him Well in hand if he is re elected hence if you gig Ben vote next tuesday you will be sure of a competent Man in that office if he is advertisement political advertisement. Before voting be sure to look Over the Independent ticket. John Toutsch candidate for supervisor for term beginning january 1, 1919, on the Independent ticket. Although or. Toutsch was Nomin judge Houck has held five regular ated by the democratic county con terms of court since his appointment mention his name will not appear on in the District and two adjourned that ticket because of a ruling made terms and the quotations Given above by the attorney general. He has and others that might be Given from consented however to run i depend other papers of the District show ent the democratic party there somewhat of the Public approval of fore endorses his candidacy on the in Hii record As a judge. Dependent ticket and urges All dem since his appointment he has held court upwards of fifty Days and since september first has held Thirby one Days of court. Prior to his appointment he Practised Law in Decorah for eighteen years and was county attorney three terms and during his practice was engaged in his share of the important Legal business of the county both in the District and supreme court. Since his appointment As judge he has disposed of upwards of 200 matters in court and has had several important cases tried and submitted to him of crafts and friends to support him therefore vote for or. Toutsch George Kriebs chairman democratic county Central committee Ole l. Rem a the democratic candidate for county supervisor of Alla Makee. Ole l. Rema democratic candidate for county supervisor was a very Ca a pfc member of the Board of super to.,. so a two years ago and is fully judge Houck appeals to the to ers aware of what is expected of him if on Hig record As an attorney and As elected. He comes before the people a Public advertise of this county with the Hearty in ment. B. L. Robey for clerk of the District court on the Republican ticket do sement of All who know him in his Home neighbourhood. He deserves your support and you Are cordially asked to vote for him on next advertisement. Henry Koehn if you could realize As thousands of others have Learned what a Comfort it is to be freed from All the work and bother of stove and to have real Furnace heat in your Home you would have a Mueller pipe less in your House without delay. The Mutt Ltd pipe limit it the Roost efficient economical and dependable of All tha pipe less furnaces on the Market because it is scientifically Correct in design. It is sold under the Iron Clad guarantee of one of the largest and Best known Furnace manufacturers with More than sixty years experience in making heat ing systems of All kinds. You want to be sure you Are getting the pipe less Furnace that will give you the most service and satisfaction come in and let us show you Why the Mamur in thar one. E. P. Durno hardware dealer heating plants a specially Bert l. Robey of Waukon is an ,. American was born in this county 36 t supervisor of Clayton county on wars ago. For the past four ?de,,ltl1ckct ,.,. He has served As Deputy clerk under r Henry Koehn of Elkader candidate Edgar Morstad and has a full knowl for supervisor for Clayton county on Edge of what will be required of him the Independent ticket for the term if elected commencing january 1, 1919, solicits the support Given him in the june 0 6 support of the voters of Clayton primaries in his Home town is Assur county with the Assurance that if Ance of How he is regarded by the elected he will perform the duties of people who know him Best at a of Fly a ,2 Best of his ability. If tin voters Are looking for a Mrky Ehn is a Democrat in politics competent servant to fill the office off Dvo a support of him will be High clerk of the District court Bert can advertise fill the Bill pledging himself to adment minister to the duties of the office with the same untarnished record As shown in private life. He solicits your support at the polls met tuesday nov. 5.-political advertisement for sheriff. We. H. Weihe at the coming Sec ton the name of Theodore Rumph will appear As a candidate for a second term As sheriff of Alla Makee county. He has made a splendid record during his first term is a candidate for supervisor on the being always on duty and serving democratic Lickel. Such of the . Edon a. Hanson notice to Farmers the War. Industries Board at Washington fully realizing that food production and conservation must not be curtailed by Lack of proper buildings on the farms has just recently ruled that no permits will be required for new construction for farm purposes involving in the aggregate a Cost not exceeding $1,000, nor for repairs or extensions to existing buildings involving in the aggregate a Cost not exceeding $2,500. New construction costing More than $1,000 and essential to efficient farm management or increased farm production May proceed by securing a building permit from the proper state authority. The government requests that skilled labor be used Only where absolutely necessary that wherever possible the work be done by the Farmer and his own help and that no new work be done except where absolutely needed. We have pledged our support to the government in the Observance of the above ruling. But we want to urge upon every Farmer that that the first consideration is increased food production and conservation. If a new building is needed to store Grain or House hogs or Stock so that food and feed we not be wasted that building is a legitimate part of the War program. We have a Complete Stock of lumber on hand in our Yards and immediately available for such purposes. Our farm building plans make building sure and economical. Gregg Brothers Postville Iowa Koevenig s kafe we carry in Stock a Complete line of fresh groceries and. Fruit baked goods candies tobacco and cigars and solicit a share of your patronage. Our ice Cream sodas sundaes and soft print Are pleasing All. Short order lunches at All hours

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