Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
14 Oct 1926

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14 Oct 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1926, Postville, Iowa Brineko attended thai a convention at Waukon a a a. It Oporta an enjoy Abl i m��1 0nflu/ of my a no and sit cd cow a Postville Hospital. 11 our Little Corner no. 1� thursday oat. A 1926 vol. 1 All men Are born a free and equal,., but. Most of them get a married. 5" Seal your Home Hewitt storm Sash and combination doors this Winter. Bach War Yon squeeze i. Alon without these you Lear no you and yours of an added few Foi t Liat pays or itself by saving i Ikins in fuel sex in Jose. Just phone the sizes Well do . Rest a Fri Here lies the wife of  Hiram Green me would t buy har a washing a. Chine. But when o or the Tab her life she d j-.-, spent hastened to buy it her a Monument. If you have any problem of any kind tint seems to associate itself with our business we wish you d come in and Tulk it Over. Maybe we have information Here thai you can use. If we have it s yours. Vaudeville wit they can fool some of the people some of the time and some of the people some of the time but they can t fool some of the people some of the Postville lumber company Hanks mgr. Both phones the melancholy lays have Jenme. But we can t see anything to be melancholy about. you will give us the size of your rooms we will cheerfully advise Yon the Cost of material. There is nothing that yields so much of lusting satisfaction about the Homo As polished Oak floors. The Beauty of polished Oak is admitted by All its durability is unquestioned yet Many do not know it is inexpensive. Old floors May be made Beautiful by laying % Inch Oak flooring Ever the old floor. It is not necessary to disturb the old floor just order the Oak flooring engage a Carpenter and proceed. strings to tuts phone us use a Maytag next was Day without expense or obligation of any kind. See How quickly your whole washing is done see How clean your clothes Are washed without hand rubbing even collars cuts and wristbands. Remember if the Muttai does t sell itself Don t keep it. Per Homes Neil hour to conc Ity Haytas is dts a i iwo aluminium Vasher it. Humphrey Postville Iowa Telephone no. 216 car of horses at auction at the Milwaukee Stock Yards in Postville on monday october 18 Sale starts at one o clock a if you Are in need of Good horses attend this Sale Lynn Farnham owner Geo. Waters act. Citizens state Bank clerk the Postville it gift to Tville Iowa thursday october i 1926 Board of supervisors ,amake13 county a. I. Sic Fen chairman. 0. The Lump son Frank Thompson adjourned september session 2g.10 102,50 5.00 212.00 7.50 1311.66 11.40 .3.00 105.85 269.81 36.75 24.0c 519.36 144.25 26.00 90.00 497.50 191.00 70.75 35.94 38.87 4.sr 18.29 28.75 claims allowed Awde cos Iii ii a allowances Blind allowance sul Quarter allowances Soldier s Lefief allowance for soldiers widow allowances allowance s7tor" poor Akre John a repairs Road machinery Adams John patrol co in to Road a ileum Joe labor on Road Burroughs adding machine co., service on machines Bakewell m. Grading and Drair Ging Road Hrc Nian 1. 10., Road and Bridge  Hock a. P., supplies county offices Cloar Dimuil Violet labor county Home Birch Chris lumber co., Road and Bridge material Beardmore e., labor on Bridge Ruinard c. N., supplies treas users office keanan Bros., labor on Bridge 1642.30 Batteen aug labor on Road Batteen de labor on Road Burke & Houlihan Bridge supplies Bowen s. R., Road , Simon grading with tractor c. & St. U. Co., freight on gravel 1833.26 \ m. & St. 11. U. Co., freight on Snow Fence c. & St. Co., freight on tile Carter & Herman supplies county offices Carter & Herman supplies county Home Cain. . W., medical Aid county borne Cain or. \v., medical Aid outside poor descent printing co., supplies county superintendent Olsch chas., supplies county Home a sch. Chas., supplies court House Carter John t., Road labor clip Pinon co., ti., Bridge supplies Clinton Bridge works Bridge supplies Clermont Brick & Sand co., 13 ton of gravel Cavers g. B., labor on Bridge i Lapin Sid. Repairing Road Dayton Henry l., deficiency court reporter Dougherty. A. Court Kep Orler Davis b. A., serving n dices Davis has., grading with tractor Dolgin u supplies county Home a Tscheimer. Val supplies county Home Economy hog & cattle powder co., supplies coun to Home Eaton a Jones supplies county Home Eaton & Jones supplies court House and jail a too & Jones Bridge supplies Eide Art. Grading with tronc Tor Eckert. John labor and truck mileage Pink John labor on Road Feld Steriti. D., Coal court House eel Stein p., hauling Coal county Home Fink Joe grading with tractor Flack. Vern. Repairing Road Fullerton alb., labor on Road. Fullerton Jack labor on Road Fink Nick labor on Road fining. Mutt hauling Bridge Plank supplies county Knudson clyd6i driving truck. 121.76. , H., insane commissioner Leader Oil co., Gas for Grufik and tractor using him H., labor Aughlin, Floyd milk for poor use Hensky A. & co., supplies county Home Mathis leo., grading and dragging Road 93.90 Lonona lumber co., Bridge supplies 31.21 Pleuser lumber co., Bridgema trial Medary F., printing proceedings vie user lumber co., Bridge material Floore ., labor on Road Lurphy Joe labor on Road National refining co., motor Agol H., supplies county Home Nichols r. serving warrant Lson Herman sharpening grader Blades o Brien Leo Road repair Orr Harry salary and mileage 3.00 107.61 23.70 1.80 26.07 46.20 197.17 193.60 30.00 0.00 28.00 7.84 6.25 2.50 25.20 252.93 54.00 6.00 4.10 a 7.00 103.73 130,00 434.40 1.50 98.00 15.97 1.00 201.20 21.93 154.50 34.40 35.00 12.00 154.15 220.00 70.65 70.25 mi.4c. 20.00 144.93 297.06 2s.00 45.00 115.81 141.00 107.32 7.10 101.10 40.20 37.50 c.00 65.00 g.20 Grimm Bros., Home Inu Nitz. m.  trip Bauers shanty Gleason r. A. Witness and mileage d Odell Frank dragging and grading Grinager Arthur 11., Road patrol i opel i labor and hauling for Bridge Gilliand Sam labor and Bridge material ceiling. A. G., labor county Concrete Plant Gilbertson 11. H., Road tools. Ilonne. 11. C. House rent for Hammond & Stephens co., supplies for superintendent Law Teye Oil co., Gas and Oil a Laehler h., insane commissioner Higgins Bros and Hosch Gas for county truck Harris M., supplies for poor Hangen Marcus e., labor on Road hut Clinson grocery supplies county Home Llan Seneier Calvin dragging and grading roads Huecker John insane commissioner Hart we. S., insane commissioner Hanson Tom labor county Sheds Hoag c. A. Mileage with car interstate Power co., Power and Light Iverson John Clabor on read Jenki is Fer Emami & co., supplies auditor and recorder Johnson Jeanette extra help auditor s office Kaveny & co., supplies county Home Kaveny & co., Road supplies ----------------11.78 Knudtson Clyde supplies for county King James labor county Home Kim Dyson chas., labor on Bridge Kane win. Rec., Road supplies. 100.00 59.15 3.00 27.50 70.20 100.62 67.65 129.00 142.00 13.10 12.00 55.02 25.6s s.00 4.72 17.90 g4.05 115.76 120.50 13.20 75.00 22.23 90.5 116.40 57.94 g8.00 136.26 12.40 25.00 36,90 Niware John labor on Road _. Flare Joe labor on Road. Ratt a. E., supplies county Home aus Frank new grader Blade Vairie Sand & gravel co. Gravel Aimer mrs. Deliam.,"iabor" t auditor s office 27.90 Eeli L., postage for office 3q Sqq Mummer & Bakke supplies " county Home 15,50 Eck L., expense visiting schools i in q5 Eterson Adolph painting Bridge Owell & Clark Bridge Fabor and hauling Aimer John Co. Auil".,"" freight express 12.22 Aimer John h., co. Aud. Bounties paid 18.40 Eterson Bros. & Larson supplies county Home 53.99 Latt Parrott & sons co., supplies auditor s office 37.50 Stville Herald supplies clerk s office 18.50 Uminn Willie cleaning chimneys county home10.00 Quillin J., labor on Road 13.65 Quinn Dan repairs Road machinery Roggensack d. D., Stamps for office Iyan m. J., dragging Road wolfs Walter f., Road patrol Egan M., supplies county Home Tayner & co., B., Public accountants Conan James p., labor county Home 32.00 Ussell Earl patrol county Road Ussell Frank hauling Coal to county Home it Swisch E., Bridge materialize Joe unloading gravel & Burt labor on Bridge Ussell grader mfg. Co., repairs for grader forum c. O., Stock for county Home Shepherd Frank co., Shepherd s Iowa citations i Dier Bonda h., building Bridge a Smedsrud Bros. & Hanson supplies county Home 115.82 Standard Oil co., gasoline for truck and tractor 180.33 5orum, Morris a., witness state Case Teinert Frank x., Bridge repairs a a Oukei J., repairing Lawn Mower Iii per Edward j., Bounty on pocket gophers a Steffen a. I., session per diem and mileage mirth ova patrol county Road a Smith Sam Road labor Smith Wilford Road labor a Smith Fred Road labor Thompson Tom dragging Road i Rendle Silas Bridge labor Thompson E., Stamps for office Thornton John w., m. D., medical Aid for poor teff Max Bridge labor Tippery Clabor county Concrete Plant Thompson o. N., session per diem and mileage loo.10 Thompson Frank session per diem and mileage Allee Martin loading gravel Waukon lumber co., supplies Weimerslage Louis hauling tile ----------------7----- Walker d. R., commissioner of the poor try Waterville lumber Yard Bridge material. iu widow s pensions pension for poor Velch Printing co., supplies county offices. Waukon Oil co., Gas for truck and tractor Waukon Oil co., supplies county Home 20.49 Welch Frank labor county Home-------.-,--"","7---- Walstrom a Bridge labor White John repairing Bridge Welch Tom j., patrol county Road Wolfe. Tony Road labor _ Wilkinson James Bridge timbers re Weipert Joe p., unloading grave Zion institutions supplies county superintendent Yates r. R., supplies clerk a audur John a Palmer county auditor 32.00 10.00 79.50 85.74 9.00 86.97 120.00 5.96 195.85 3.00 642.20 12.45 112.00 8.00 39.50 1.20 3.50 1.25 2.70 148.40 .77.45 33.00 34.50 05.00 25.50 3.06 20.00 58.75 115.31 84.00 201.00 18.00 154.70 10.00 75.00 315.00 526.72 81.48 80.00 66.90 563.80 63.00 16.00 1.00 2.50 4.00 shooting ducks after Sunset proves costly John Bock game Warden of Elka Der arrested Joe Vodica and Achie Schmidt of Guttenberg last week for shooting ducks after Sunset. They were fined $100 and costs each before Justice de. Benseth of Lansing. Hunters Are forbidden to shoot after Sunset As that is when the clucks Are coming into a place to Roost and if the Hunter keeps shooting until dark the ducks will leave that territory As they must find a place to rest and they will not Stop in Many places for a Roost. The places they choose Are generally Large Ponds or lakes that have vegetation in them and these places Are scarce Sunset they will rest in these places and feed around the surrounding country during the Day. If left alone after buy your tires now am sizes Firestone gum dipped tires at greatly reduced prices 30 zv2 Reg. Firestone gum dipped Cord 29 4.40 full size Firestone balloon 30 34 Oldfield fabric 29 4.40 Oldfield balloon $9.50 $13.50 $8.10 $11.00 these Are the greatest tire and tube values we have Ever offered car owners. All new fresh Stock at prices you pay for Ordinary tires. Buy now while the Sale is on. Standard Oil station Casten Brothers Postville Iowa it s a Wise Bird that will take be farm Sale service if you expect to have a Public auction Sale this Winter it will pay you to Call at this office and see the attractive two color Sale Bills we Are Able to turn out for you on Short notice at the same Price As the Ordinary one color old fashioned kind. With our modern printing equipment we Are Able to give you service unexcelled in Northeast Iowa and Best of All our prices Are right. It has been proven that the most successful farm sales held in recent years in this Vicinity were those that were advertised in the Postville Herald. Nowadays few people Stop to read a Bill along the Roadside As in the horse and buggy Days so the wide  awake Farmer advertises his sales in the newspapers that Are read by the buyers in their spare time in their Homes each and every week. The Postville Herald which covers its Field thoroughly is the proper medium in which to advertise. Come in and let us prepare and handle the advertising for your Sale and be assured of the biggest possible returns. Postville Herald

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