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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1926, Postville, Iowa
The City Council hns decided to give ii umber of the streets in the Rosi no 1 Section n covering of Macadam Hobo Fui Nahod by a firm at Davin Frt i he City has used a Small uni Tilty of this crushed Rock and to it wil1 prove la u better str cd siting than gravel. Two carloads Trio Macadam have been ordered for Aily Waukon Democrat. Forty carloads of Concord grapes from Council Bluffs Viney ills have been shipped to Eastern markets this week and enough crapes remain on the vines to bring the total to 170 carloads before the season closes officials of the Council Bluffs grape growers association suy that damage from Hall is not As serious As it was first estimated. We1 Srour exchanges a of m "i.d? ,n,t0 be be the Homei 11e . Stville. Iowa to Boms the Homes of. I i would Champion Carlmal. Ror instance. Of member Iii i sm1,Ula a while Rel ers horns-mthclaprta0f a Page ten John Jar How is tearing Down the dance bowery on his farm South of town. He was ripping up the last Board in the floor monday when the crowbar slipped from under the Board. There was a Nail in the end of the Board and this struck or. Jarchow s Finger just below the Nail. The Board struck with such Force Imp. Jar Chow had to use the crowbar to pry Nail and Finger one thousand Hunting licenses have been issued in Howard county so far this year. Tihe open season for pheasants caused a big Rush for permits to shoot. Michael Blockhus a Farmer near Elgin marketed 30 february hogs last week that averaged 240 lbs. Apiece and sold for $12.80 per Hundred bringing a Check for $947. 0 Republican official ballot for the Genera e1ectio, to a held on , 2nd, 1926 when a psycho analyst walks in of us get anything without happiness flees. Working for it. For United states senator Smith w. Brookhart of Washington Washington county fur United states senator to fill vacancy David w. Stewart of Sioux City Woodbury county for governor John Hammill of Britt Hancock county for lieutenant governor Clem f. Kimball of Council Bluffs Ottaw Ottamie co. For Secretary of state Walter c. Ramsay of Belmond Wright county for auditor of state j. W. Long of Ames Story county for treasurer of state Ray e. Johnson of Muscatine Gusentine county for attorney general John Fletcher of Des Loines Polk county for Secretary of agriculture of a Mark g. Thornburg i lot Eminem Surg Palo Alto county for superintendent of Public instruction Agnes Samuelson la of Shenandoah Page county for Railroad commissioner vote for two Dwight Lewis la of Des Moines Polk county Joti Charles Webster la of Waucoma Fayette county for judge of he supreme court vote for four of a Lawrence de Graff i i of Des Moines Polk county r Frederick f. Faville i i of it. Dodge Webster county n Charles w. Vermillion la of Centerville App noose county to fill vacancy Edgar a. Morling la of Emmetsburg Palo Alto county for District officers ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? for representative in Congress fourth District Gilbert n. Haugen of Northwood Worth county for judge of the District court thirteenth District vote for two w. L. Eichendorf of Mcgregor Clayton county h. E. Taylor of Waukon Alla Makee county to fill vacancy vote for two term expiring december 31, 1020 w. L. Eichendorf of Mcgregor Clayton county term expiring december 31, 1928 c. W. Reed of Cresco Howard county for state representative Ninetieth District j. H. Hager of Waukon Alla Makee county for county officers for county auditor h Merlin w. Muth a i of Waukon for county treasurer pm h. E. Thompson. A of Waukon for clerk of the District court Plum. F. Shafer of Waukon for sheriff n Max by Walker la of Waukon for county recorder h Ella Robbins a of Waukon for county attorney h Elmer f. Pieper a of Waukon for county Coroner h or John h. Huecker a of Waukon. For member Board of supervisors term commencing january 1927 w. J. Clark of Post township for member Board of supervisors term commencing january 1928 c. A. Palmer of Waukon o democratic ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? for ? ? ? ? ? ? ? for United states senator Claude r. Porter Oides Moines Polk county for United states senator to fill vacancy for governor Alex r. Miller of Washington Washington county for lieutenant governor l. W. Housel of Humboldt Humboldt county for Secretary of state Emelene c. Maulsby of Des Moines Polk county for auditor of state e. J. Riegel of Rock rapids Lyon county for treasurer of state Thomas Maloney of Council Bluffs Ottaw Ottamie co. For Altor Nev general Charles e. Reynolds of Carroll Carroll county for Secretary of agriculture v. G. Warner of Bloomfield Davis county superintendent of Public instruction h. E. Blackmar of Ottumwa Wapello county for Railroad commissioner vote for two c. Huston of Cedar rapids Linn county j. W. Morris of Panora Guthrie county for Judice of the supreme court vote for four 0. A. Byington of Iowa City Johnson county Brown Mccrary of Carroll Carroll county Frank Sayre of Deborah Winneshiek county to fill vacancy Carl Stanley of Corning Adams county ? for District officers for representative in Congress fourth District Frank e. Howard of Elma Howard county fur judge of the District court thirteenth District ? ? vote for two to til vacancy Vole for two term expiring december 31, 1h2g term expiring december my for state representative Ninetieth District Ove i a of Waukon Alla Makee county for county officers for county auditor John h. Palmer i-1 of Waukon for county treasurer Mayme Mcdermott of Makee township for clerk of the District court Frank h. Lee no Komi for sheriff Walter l. Hall of Waukon for county recorder a l. Keenan of Waukon for county attorney. For county Coroner or. J. W. Thornton of Lansing for member Board of supervisors term commencing january 1927 John Rouster or. Of Iowa township for member Board of supervisors term commencing january 1928 ? of w ? ? John j. Howes of Union Prairie Tiv Melup o ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? for ? ? ? ? ? ? ? for United states senator l. E. Etc Kelbert of Waterloo Blackhawk county for United states senator to fill vacancy for governor Thos. J. Kelley of Marathon Buena Vista county for lieutenant governor for Secretary of state Merle e. Ingham of Des Moines Polk county for auditor of state Alfred Phelps of Des Moines Polk county for treasurer of state . Reckler of Newton Jasper county for attorney general John Hummel of Newton Jasper county for Secretary of agriculture Andrew Engle of Newton Jasper county superintendent of Public instruction for Railroad commissioner vote for two o Independent for judge of the supreme court vote for four to fill vacancy for District officers ? ? ? ? for representative in Congress fourth District for judge of the District court thirteenth District vote for two to fill vacancy vote for two term expiring december 31, 1926 term expiring december 31, 1928 for state representative Ninetieth District positive free a eels washing without obligation or expense we will Send a Maytag to your Home and do a Complete week s washing free. This is the Maytag plan of Selling the Maytag must actually sell itself in service it must make you want it or you Don t keep it. Remember there it no expense nor obligation if the Maytag Dot in t Tell it Mel of Don t keep it. Aluminium Washer j. T. Humphrey Postville Iowa Telephone no. 216 if you had in your employ a capable and efficient Workman would you discharge him we. F. Shafer clerk of District court has Given Alla Makee county the Best possible service collecting More fees in his term of office than was Ever collected by anyone in this office in the past. Your vote and support for or. Shafer will insure a continuance of this efficiency in this important office. Is. Jat Takee county Hwy in in ? with Section 0s7 certify the above and foregut a Pri car certified to this office and entitled to be placed on county Iowa on the second Day of november a. D., 1926. Raid in fit near my hand and Seal of said county at Waukon Iowa is Lgth Day of october 1926. County auditor weather s Fine roads Good we Are stocked with the finest and Best lot of suits and overcoats Ever seen in this part of the country it will pay you tojs0me and see our clothing is bought direct from the Best clothiers in America. Our prices Are Muc Plower than elsewhere read re dread Good suits at-c$18.75, $21.50 to $26.75 Good overcoats at___$13.75, $15.75 to $32.50 a wonderful big assortment at extremely Low prices. Not a dollars Worth of old shelf worn goods to offer. Underwear sport Wear sweaters All priced Way below value. Surely this is the place for you to Trade. Ben Bear company Deborah Iowa ii i 12640914
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