The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on December 12, 1891 · Page 3
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ftt Pwtville Weekly Review. PVtlUHIft RTIRT SATURDAY BY W. N.BUROICK. TOMB: { 1 .bO A TEAR IN ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. I —Shoet Muiic at W. J. Hanks 4 Go's. Ilulk Oysters at Hart's Meat Market. —-Romerabor the social at Mrs. MeEw- en's this (Friday) evening. - Joe Gray lias his clothing advertisement rehabilitated this week. —WAHTXD —A good girl to do housework. Apply to Dn. C. H. HUNT. — Elmer Courson !• assisting tompo- rnrily in H19 store of J. W. Ward & Co. —Tlie new paper is out to-day but we havo not soen a copy boforo going to press. —Mow cards this wcok—Dr. Uant, Dentist, and J. P. Uilson, Central Meat Market. —Violins, Banjos, cordeons, at Lowest Uanks & Co's. Guitars and Ac- Prices, at W. J. —Best Standard Oysters, per can, '-lie. Best Stnudard Oysters, per quart, 39c, at John Tbouia'e. —Celluloid Cabinet Picuiro Frauios assorted eolors—just ilia thing foi a Christmas^preinat. AT KF.KUT'S. —Yesterday was the most beautiful December day wo ever saw. In vsry deed "Deccrubor's as pleasant as May." --Joe Bauclier has recently oonie to tlio front with a new boy and Bart Ma is ton has contributed to the CODSUS * gU1 ' . —W. J. Hanks & Co. have put in an extra large lire and burglar proof safe It will hold all of their most valuable goods. —11. V. Kidder was Jown this way- looking aftar the interests of his granite business on Friday griming of last week. —Mutton's! Hart's MeatMarkot. —Muslo Folios at W. J. Hanks & Co's. -All kinds of Sailing* at Hart's Maat Market. o. ii. a. o. At Mrs. Hall Roberts 1 naxt Wednosday. -If you want wood lsaye worn, with ma or any of my teamsters, P. J. BSUCSCB , Drayman. At Gray's Old Stand. Watch Repairing a spooialty, and all work fully warranted. - A aarload of choiee New York applss, mostly Baldwins and Green­ ings, just raceived at John Thorn a Y Mia« Anna East on lnstraator on the piano and organ, Postville, Iowa. —Havo your Pictures ready tor Chrismas. Call at onoa and secure them finished on lime. AT BEEDY'S. Miss Nellie H. Abbott, Teacher of Voeal and Instrumental Music, Postville, Iowa. —Those who want signs of^any description painted should leave their orders now, whilo other paiating is slack. E. H. PUTJUM. Fruit! Fruit! Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Grapes, Persimmons, Bauanas, Pomegranates, Quinces and Pears, at John Thoma's. —J. W. Ward was called to Madison, Wis., Monday night to give evidence in the trial of the burglars who visited his store on the night of Oct. 8th. Horse-Shoeing. iio hit and miss, but a good job every clatter and priees vory reasonable. Taos. SnoiiTKiBD. —Poultry bought, and sold at Hart's Meat Market. Nearly a Quarter of a Million Names. The address of every farmer in eaeh county in the slate. For sale in quantities to suit purchaser. Jnsl the thing for business men. Correctness guaranteed. For terms, addross, THE TELEGRAPH, 36w<5 Dubuque, Iowa. - Post township citizens drew prizes in the jury panels for Jan. 12th. as follows: W. H. Dawson, grand Jury. Jas. Orr, David Smith, Goo. Waters and F. H. Welzol, petit jury. David Diekson, of Frankliu, was also struck on the petit jury panel. Call and Settle, Haying sold out our business wo want to closo up all accounts. Those having claims against the tirm are requostod to present them and get their money, and those owing us are requested to call and sotlle beforo Jan. 1st. SCIIULER Biios. —Our young friond, Chns. McQnil- len, came down from North Dakota Inst Saturday eyoning to spend the holidays with relatives and friends here. Charley is section boss on tho "Soo" road and is doing well. If he don't get into Ike shoos of a roadmnster in a few years we shall be greatly mist iksu. -F. 8. Baudar, son of Mrs. H. J. Schultz, who has been learning tclug- raphy at the St. Paul depot hero for some time, has got tho position of night operator at Charlss City and has gone to take his position. The REVIEW follows hira, and hopes ho will continue to work up te ono of the best positions on the road. —Hall Roberts has just completed a now barn on his farm 60 ft. square and 60 ft. high from lowest point of basement to top of cupola, and noarly filled it with stock feed. If such barns were multiplied in Iowa it would add greatly to our material woilth. Farmers tnko a look at this barn with its modern improvements. J. D. C. M. & St. P. Excursions. For the Christmas and New Years Holidays Excursion Tickets will be sold within a distance of 203 miles for One and Ono Third Faro. Will soli Doc. 24, 25 and 31 snd Jan. 1st, limited to continuous passage in each direction and for going passage on dais of snle. Final return limit up to and including Jan'y 4th. M. E. TALCOTT , Agt. W. E. Brokaw, Will deliver n locturo on tho Single Tax theory at Turner Hall on Monday ovening Dec. 14th. Tho lecture will be froe and evoryboilv cordially invited to nttoml, including tho ladies. Mr. Brokaw is (ho exponent of the Henry Gcorgo singlo tax theory, and is said to be thoroughly posted on that question. J. W. WARD & CO. Special Sale of the following goods with a Wholesale Hler on Prises, — Whioh Are XJNMATCHABLE afliCoiiiiiiMtuuffles E. N. Clark Dead. Word was receivod hero by telegraph on Friday evening of last week, that E. N. Clark had died suddenly of heart failure, at his home in Louisiana, that morning. "Kd.," as ho was familiarly called, was well known in all this section of the statu, anil his taany old friends will be shocked to U'arn of hU sudden denlh. Our sympathies aro extended to those who are left to mourn. Remember the Days and Dates. The goods are the following Staple Articles mm m mm IN TWO ARMSTRONG- & HOLTER, THE RELIABLE CLOTHIERS. ESTABLISHED IN 1883. — Regular convocation of Brotherly Loro Lodge, No. VIM, A. F. and A. M.. next Tuesday evening. Eloction of oflicers. -If you are in need of any Boots & Shoes get the best for the money at Luhman & Sanders'. Poland China Pica For Sale. I havo a few more Choice Poland China Pige for sale. Thoso desiring any of them will do well to eall early. 87tf G. W. HARRIS. —We sail the celebrated Bissell Carpet Sweeper. It makes a usoful and* appropriate prosent. Evory one guaranteed to give satisfaction or money rufunded. W. Cnuiss. To Old and New Subscribers. All now^subseribers paying $1.60 in adranee will be Jan. 1st, 1893. ana all old subscribers paying up to tho day of payment and 91 .50 in advance will bo credited to the same time. Our objset is to haye all subscriptions, so inr as possible, expire Jan. 1st. Hence this premium. •-Our Holiday Stock is moving swiftly. Come and make your selection before it is loo late. Yours truly, W. CHBI3S. —A lino from Mrs. K. E. Burdick fixes their residence at 272, west 7th street, St. Paul, where loiter* will reach them. Card of Thanks. We wish in this maimer to thank our friends and neighbors in Postville for tho kindness and sympathy shown us in tho death and burial of our mother. G. N. A D. W. BALDWIN & SISTEKI. New Lumber Yard. Great wonderment of the times! Lumbor sold cheap in Postville. Sandors & Kapler keep on hand in their yard a ginoral assortment of all kinds of lumber, including tho much celebrated Arkansas yellow piao ceiling, straight grain flooring, finishing, moulded casings, corner head and baso blocks, olc. A sharo of the patronage s solicitod. SAIDIKS & RATHE. -In this issue appears the prospectuses of Harper's great publications. We elub all of these with the REVIEW at reduced rales. —Doll Cameron is in the wood business with both feet. He has in tho neighborhood of 400 cords to cut and market this winter. -It pays to hnyithe bent Rubber Goods youlcan get. The Boston Rubber Shoe Co's are the best. Luhman & Sanders sell them. If You Are in Need of anything iu tho line of Watchss, Clocks, Jewelry, Silvorwaro, Optical, or Musical Goods, Sheet Music, Albums, or Stationary, dn not fail to call on W. J. HANKS & Co. —Ray Schuler is building for himself a largo carpontcr shop on the southeast corner of Frod. Thoma's lota,,diag- 1 onallr opposite to this oflico. —''Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys aro marching." They are after cold victuals and the cooler. Bio. Uayless tramp law didn't seom to mitigate the •til. Short-Horn Bulls For Sale. Four pedigreed short-horn bulls for salo cheap. One is eighteen months old, tho others youager. Three miles southeast of Postville. ISmS P. ComcoaA* —If you want any Framing doue before the holidays brisg in your pictures oarly. Wo have just received tho finest Hue of Mouldings over shown here. W. CUBISS. Wood Wantedl 'Sealed bids for furnishing the whole or a part of seventy-iivo eorde of greon, body oak wood, to be delivered at Farraeie' Creamery, will be received by the undersigned up to Dee. lOtii 1891. ELLISO* ORB , Sec. —Remember the asetion salo of Fred H. Schultz next Tuesday, six miles south of PostTille. A large quantity of stock and other valuable property. At 10:00 a. m. A Good Farm Paper Is necessary in every farm hosi". Ri; BAL LIFE , publishod at Waterloo, Iowa, is indorsed by thoso familiar with it as being one of the best farm journals in the west. lis contributors and wri- tore ars practistl farmers, it gives moro roading mattor than any paper published iu tho west, it is issued weekly, is printed on good paper and from clean, new type. Its subscription prico is $1. Sample copies will be scut free for one month to any one making application. Address Rural Life Pub. Co., Watorloo, Iowa. —Now ie the time to como into the REVIEW office and select your holiday present*. If you don't want to tako them homo now we will lay them away until Christmas School Book*. We now haro a full and complete stock of school book* used in the Poet villa schools and will sell .them at the lowest school board prices. We also carry a full stock of all sobool supplies at the lowest prices. Brick,drug stoie. R. N. DOUGLASS. TAKE NOTICE! By a recent order of the Board of Supervisors, all persona owing taxes on Poll or Porsonal Property, are requested to call at the Connty Treasurer's oflico and make FULL PAYMENT of same before the First day of January, 1892, as aftor that dato collectors will bo placed in eaeh township In the county to collect the delinquent taxes above montiuned, together with the foe allowed by law for the collection of such taxes. All taxee on Porsonalty prior to the taxes of 1887, will be received without penally. These taxes MUST BE PATD, and it behooves all delinquente to bo prompt in tho matter and make settlement with the County Treasurer within the time pcclfloa and thus save thomaolvoe nneceesary costs. —D. W. Baldwin, who returnod from Kansas with the remains of his mother, retarued there yesterday with the intention ol going on to Texas to spend the winter. —Sire. Bd.; Douglass made a brief bat vory pleasant call on hor many f rlonds hero this woek. Tho only | regret was that she eould not tarry longer. She is a lady who carrios sun-1 shine wherever she goos. —W. E. Huffy and family left ui on Monday ovening for Independence where he ha* secured a good barber •hop and a goed residence. He think* bo has a good thing and we hope hi* expectation* may be realized. —The Cresoo Saturday Sun 1* offered for salo, on* acoount of Impaired health. A* the Sun it the fourth paper where there ought to be but two, it is not' singular that the publisher J* In poor health, or that he wants to sell. —R. H. Water* had the misfortune to get hi* right arm fractured at the' elbow, last week. lie was binding a.load of straw when the binding pole broko, precipitating him to the gronnd bead first. lie is doing a* well a* could be expected. —The hardware store of A. If. Davis,'at Monona, was burglarized last' Tuesdaynight, for the third time in a year, Our neighboring town 1* having a bard this direction, it is to be hpped that these biirgter* will soon N«w Dental Boom*. Dr. Will Cole ha* opened a dental office ovor the harness store in the brick block, where he may bs found on Tuosday and Wednosday of eaoh week, where he Invite* tho public to call when wanting first-olass work dose in hi* line. Lost or Stolen. From the subscriber, in Postville, on Wednesday ovening, of last week, a mastiff dog, yellow, with blsok nose Subscriber will pay a toward of $5.00 for the return of the dog, or information loading to his recovery. D*. C. H. HOKT. Ion Can Bel the Best For the _ AT Luhman & Sanders. Please Examine These Special Prices! —Tho following nlco list of subscribers are credited up on subscription this week. This is just the time we need these favors: W. E. Huffy, Cb *B. McQuillan, E. D. Stiles, E. M. MoMaster, J. P. Gllson, Mrs. H. J. ktehultz, And a copy to her son. F. J. Baudar. Take xlotlce, That the Postville Steam Roller Mills will grind Feed, Corn Meal and Graham Monday and Saturday of each week hereafter. Having added a line of wood-working machinery we are prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all kind* of sawing, on *hort notice. Bring in your log* and have them sawed. Respectfully, E. D, STILES Holiday Bates. For the Chrislms* and New Year holidays, the Burlington, Cedar'Bapidi & Northern Railway will make *, rate ot One Fare for the Bound Trip i^t-ween a]) station* on it* line; tickets mte,9!W0irM, s »»od *i,im, tifiWtyhlpty «<w4 to return —tt. L. llocileraon was in town on Tuesday on his way from California to Washington, where ko will spend the winter. His time i.s diridad between the latter city, Chula Vista, Cal.. and the National Park. Wo are indebted for a short but pleasant call. Mr. Henderson is delighlod with the clcotion of Crisp to the speakership, not only because he is a gentleman far surpassing Mills, but becaose it will demoral­ ise tho democrats in congress. Third Class. Postmaster Perry has received noliee from the department that his oflico will lie put iu tho third class Jan. Ut, when his salary will be $1,600, and this will bo what is kuown as n pre.'idomihl I oflice. It has come very nour it for tho past two yoara, only falling a little behind in ths summer qiiiulor. Now the office shotild^br in a larger building ami a full postufllco outOt should be put in. But it is a litllu too near the presidential election to warrant so much expense. As soon as noxt ysar's election is over there is no doubt but an oflice will be fixed up that will be a credit to tho town, no nialtar whicli paity is successful. OBITUARY. BALDWIN- Elanor Wagner was born near Niagara, Canada, Oct. 10, «83I, ami died at the home of her brother in C'betopa, Kansas, Deo. 3. 1891. She was married to Goo. Baldwin in Dae, 1810. In 18S2 they removed to Winne.iUeik Co., Iowa, and located near Frankville. About live years ago thoso of tho family remaining at home re- movod to Postville, whore their homo has sines been. Mrs. Baldwin was the mother of ten children, three of whom, with her husband, proceded her to the better world. She recently started with her two daughlors and son to visit a son in Tolas. She stopped for a few days with her brother in Kansas, but was hero taken sick with pneumonia and died in eight days. Her friends part from hero, not as thoso having no iiopo. for sho manifested the faet daily that she was a chris­ tian. Sho was converted anil joined tho M. E. church at Ilia ago of thirtoon. For more than half a century she had .been learning of God hero, but He tins now taken hor unto himself. The body was brought home and the funorkl sormon'^wa* preached in the M. E. ohnreh by hor pastor, from tho text, "For no to live is Christ, and to die is gain." No. 1, Special Sale Men's Ready Made Clothing, Suits and Overcoats. Commencing Oct. 30thand lasting; 30 days. No. 2, special sale Ladies' and Gent'g Knit Underwear. October 30, lasting for 30 days. No. 3, speoial sale 150 to 300 bolts absolutely Pure Silk Ribbon, worth 40 to 75c per yard, will be sold for 26icyd. Sale lasting till all sold. No. 4, special sale 500 boxes Imported Iced Wool, at 20c a box. Sale last 30 days, or till sold. No. 5, special sale 2 50 Ladie*' Jackets and Missjea' Cloaks, bought of a manufacturer who failed, at 50c on the dollar. Sale last till all sold. These goods are all new and latest styles. No. 6, special sale 25 yds. Best Standard Dress Calico for 1.00. Sale Saturday, Nov. 7, lasts One Day only. Eaoh person limited to one bolt. No. 7, special sale Pepperell R Sheeting, yd. wide, 6c yd., worth 6ic to buy at wholesale. Sale Monday, Nov. 9th. Sale lasts One Day only. Each person lim ited to one bolt. No. 8, special sale Kerosene Oil, Best Quality Water White Headlight Kerosene Oil at 10c Gallon. Sale continues 30 days. No. 9, special sale Kerosone Oil. We will sell you tho Ilaine Kerocene Oil, which is the finest high test illuminating oil in the United States, and is sold for 161 to 18c a Q-al. at wholesale, and retails at 25c a gallon by tho Drug trade. We will sell you in 5 trallon lots for 76c,worth 1,25. Sale lasts 30 days. No. 10, special sale Oil Cans. "The Pan American" 5 Gal. best Galvanized Oil Can made, with Pump, for 1.35, worth 2.00. Tho sal* lasts 30 da vs. No. 11, special sale Oil and Oil Cans. "The Pan American" 5 Gal. Oil Can with Pump, full of the Best Water White Headlight Oil.' for 1.75. And full of Ilaine High Test Oil for 2.00- You will surely appreciate this offer, when tho can is'worth 2.00 without the oil in it. This strikes hard on competition, and they will cry: "HUMBUG;" ''SWINDLE;" "IT'S A LIE;" "IT CAN'T BE DONE;" Sec. But we will give $25.00 to anyone who will prove that the Oil and Cans are not both just as we represented them to be. ty N0TICE:-A11 goods advertised for Special Sale will be sold for CASH ONLY at ths prices named, and NOTlpvinched on the Premium Tickets. Some take advice and never give it; others give advice and never take it. You can get all you want of it for nothing, and what you get for nothing you are not apt to esteem very highly. Throw the advice away it that is the way you feel about it, but don't reject a good thing when it comes your way. We make it our business to hold tho lead by keeping ahead in FIT, C ,MATERIAL AND PRICE. Whatever else happens, you can make up your mind to one thing there will be no mistake about the fit and in all other' respects we will guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction. .Our stock of READY TO WEAR m Ei o H Is of superior material and workmanship in all sizes, and the styles are adapted to the .svgo and to suit tho most critical. We invite!special attention to the great bargains we are now offering in SUITS. OVERCOATS, UNDERWEAR, GLOVES AND MITTENS, ETC. MEN'S CLOTHING. Men's Fine gray Hair Una Castiraare Suit, only COO, worth 8.00 to 10.00. *' Dark Plaid L'assimar* Suit, only 6.50, worth 9.00 to 10.00. " Cboot Brown Cassimsra Suit, only 8.00, worth 12.50. " Fancy Plaid Worsted Suit, only 7.90. worth 11.00 to 12.00. " !«• Gray and Brown Plaid Cassimare Suit, only 8.90, worth 11 .60 to; 16.00. This is a splendid suit. •• Gray Plaid 4 Bntten Cutaway Suit, splendid, only f.60, worth M.00 to 15.00. »' Plaid, Fancy Woven, All TVool English Worsted Suit, eely 10.00, worth 14.00. " gray and brown plaid All Wool Baek Suit, sample enclosed, only 11.10, worth 16.10. Theje is no sech thing as matching this price. '• fancy daric gray All Wool i Button Cutaway Suit, 1 J.S0, worth 18.00, This suit is as good as gold aad will wear like iron, and save* you s good many dollars on on* suit. " Gray Strip* Cassimsre lack Bait, made of »h wool andj silk, only 11.60, worth 18.00. " All Wool English Corkscrew Worsted, heavy weight, enly 11 .5», worth 18.00. This is one of Ike most elegant of suits. " Blue Plaid Hilk Mixed £nglisb Werstsd, only 19.00, worth 18.00 Wa will put ia all our best liuss of Fine English Worsteds, Silk aad Worsted Hizad, in faney plaids and stripe*, for 15.00, werth 10.00, ia either sack or eut away. The Greatest Bargains in the United States. MEN 'S OVERCOATS. Men's Tins Brnwa Plaid, extra value, only 4.50, worth 6.50. " " Blue Fur Usavar, splendid value, only 4.50, worth 6.50. <• " Wool Gray Cassimsre. The best 10.00 coat in the country, yet we sail it at 7.00. *' Brown Mellon Baaver, faney plaid llasd, only 9.00, worth 13.00 to 14.00. " •' Fur Bsarer, silk cord bound, elegantly made throughout, welted assais, extra quality, only 10.00, worth 15.00 to IS.00. u " All Pera Wool Melton Cloth, tailor made, splendid llulng, guaranteed alt weol. for onlv 16.00, worth 16.00 to 18.00. " All Wool English Corkscrew Worsted, only 10.00, worth 16.00 to 11 .00. These goods are exactly as represented aid many of ihese price* are lei* than wholesale and cannot he replaced fir the money, nor bought of any other dealer In the United Skates at these prices. J'be above list is only a tew of the large stock we carry, snd give* you a (light idea of what we can sate yoa. SECIKG 18 BCUEVIKG and WK WANT YOU I TO SEE enr steck. Our long Experience as Clothiers and buying strictly for oash in large quantities, (for two stores,) enables us to secure every article at the lowest possible prices and we give our trade the benefit of it. Our increased sales prove conclusively that the trade appreciate the Low Pricey we are naming, and we shall continue to break the record on prices. Men's Goat Gloves, double palm, oil tanned 35c Men's Calf Gloves, patent wrist, welt seam, California tan, 60c Men's heavy gray, random mixed, Shirts and Drawers, 30c Men's extra heavy, vertical stripe, wool Shirts and Drawers, 45c We want your trade and will make it pay you to, come miles to trade with us. Be sure and see us before purchasing. k POSTVILLE, IOWA. FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! The Celebrated Sioux City Brands! Bakers Flour, Alliance Half Patent Flour, Superb " • " *« Perfeot Full '« «' Mystic High " 1.06 per Sack 1.20 per Sack ,1.25 per Sack 1.35 perSaok 1.45 per Sack 8.00 u.oe 11.80 11.50 Prepare for the cold weather. Buy your Flannels, Underwear, Shoes and Overshoes now. We sell the Boston Rubber Shoe Ce's Rubbers and Overshoes. They are the best made. All Wool Shirting Flsnasl, All Wool Red Shirting Flannel, risid Dress Hoods, Linen Crash, Badger LL, Sheeting, yard wide, Pepperell "R M Sheeting, yd. wido, 6|o Prints, * - 3o Gingham, - 6o Hftridkorobief*, - loeaoh 26c 15o 6o 6c 6o Roasted Coftee, Toast Cakes, Church's Baloratus, Five Gallon Oil Cans, Men's Undershirt*, Mo»'» Drawers, Ladie*' Felt Slippers, Boy's MitteuB, 20o per lb 2 paoks for 60 5o lb. packages 1 .S6 each 7io eaoh . • 23c eaoh fiOo s pair 10c s pair A Luhmsn & Sanders Corset, 60o WE ALWAYS LEAD VX DRESS GOODS ! • Ladies osjl for the Rloh(»rd*on ft Nororos* Flno 8hQej. Th,oy aro the Beit Tittiog M)d We*r$ng Shoe* made. We hsye them in Lio« ajnd Button. FUR COATS. We are receiving a large stock of Vur Coat*, and prices will be lower than any •orapetitor. Call and **e for yourself. ItADIES' CLOAKS AND JACKETS. Ladles' Fur Baaver Jacket, for - • • J.00 •• " double breasted, silk loops, only 8.50 " One wool Beaver Jacket, double breasted, only - 8.76 " " " " '• " " wide silk facing, with light Astracban fur trimming, for only " fine all wool Twilled Inglieh Worsted, double breasted, silk faced, S enuiuo Astraohan fur trimmed, only ne Light Colored Camel's Hair Jacket, double breasted, full faced with silk and wide hair seal collar, with continuous wide front faolng to bottom with hair seal, only • " bast quality Imported Worsted Jaeket, full Test front, and. one of the very best quality in market, for only • All the above Jacket* are worth from 1.00 to 6.00 more. PLUSH JACKET'S. Ladies' fine Seal Ploib Jacket, well made and lined throughout, only 7.60, cheap at 10.00. • fine 8«al Plush Jaeket. double breasted, hair **al loops, genuine silk lin*d throughout, only 9.J0, worth 14.00 to 15.00. * fin* Bilk Seal Plush Jacket, imported stock, heavy silk lined throughout, embroidered front faolng, the most elegant Jacket, 18.80, worth 30.00, The goods are going fast. Don't wait too long; you may be too late to secure the Greatest Bargains you ever saw. Thanking you for past favors, and with a determination to merit your patronage in the future, we remain. Very Truly Yours, J. W. WARD eft CO., POSTVILLE^ IOWA* A CORDIAL Invitation is extended to all our patrons of Postville and vioinity to visit our Store and see the Mammoth Stook of all kinds of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains and all kinds of HOLIDAY GOODS. We are here to/»lea»e you and will try our u#wst to give you Good Goods at Living Prices. Come and see us if you dont buy, you will be treated courteously. Yours Very Truly, WALTER CHRISS. u MS

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