Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on September 29, 1948 · Page 7
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September 29, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

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[WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 1941. Corncribf %r material with . w tiich to make them should be Ordered early. DANCE RAINBOW GARDENS Wsterville, Iowa WED., OCT. 6 VIKING Accordion Band Tour FareHte OM * New Itae COMING—WED, OCTOBER 13: Bennett-Gratea O fenestra MULI-HIDE SAFETY LAP «af SMOOTH SOU. KOONNQ j A GOOD HOOF NEEDN'T II I EXPENSIVE- IPostville Lumber Co. Phone 1M Postvllle, Iowa PRECtSKM Mill i:; '.-4 SAVE COLONIAL Get extra fuel Mvihgi with the new COLONIAL ttraim-limd precision built Eeono-Miiirl Burnt all typ«» domestic fuel oil. LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE SERVICE Planned Program Means More Eggs Preparing pullets for a good egg- laying season should be a planned step-by-step operation It pullets are expected to fill the egg crate on schedule this fall. That Is the advice of W. R. Whitfield, extension poultryman at Iowa State College. A "hit-or-miss" pullet management program is likely to produce a '"miss" next winter when it comes to putting eggs in the basket, he says. One of the first steps to take now is to keep pullets from mingling with old hens. This practice, he says, will alp in the bud the spread of disease and parasites. This can be done only by confining old hens, because they are likely to be carrying diseases and parasites. Laying Ration Following this step, before pullets are housed, you should get them accustomed to a laying ration made up of a breeder concentrate, whole oats and shelled corn. Changing the ration and moving pullets into a different building are a shock to the birds. Ill effects of these necessary shifts can be minimized if both changes do not come at one time, Whitfield says, As for old hens, sell them when pullets start to lay. A house full of 'pullets increasing in production will make more money than small flock of old birds on the way out of production. Adequate Space •Another step to take before housing the birds at five months of age, or when they are up to five per cent in production, is to ar range adequate space for the pullets. Whitfield says to cull pullets and count the good ones. Keep only enough good pullets to fit the space available. Whitfield also points out that gains made by having pullets free from diseases and parasites at housing time will be lost if the laying house isn't" cleaned and dis, infected thoroughly before mov ing in the pullets. Scrub the house with hot lye water, and after it has dried spray the entire interior surface with a solution of cresol or sheep spray. T. B. Association Holds District Meet If we put all, our facilities to work at their maximum, we can eradicate tuberculosis, declared Joseph H. Bishop of Des Moines, Iowa Tuberculosis and Health association executive secretary, at the Christmas seal institute held Wednesday at the New Legion Club, Decorah. We have the knowledge, the skills and the means at our disposal, he continued. Now we must learn to use them to their fullest if we are to wipe out tuberculosis, a preventable and curable disease. There are many actlvllitiea in which a county association may participate in carrying out a program to control tuberculosis. A primary project is case finding, the speaker stated. Another field in which the Iowa Tuberculosis and Health association is developing its activities is in relation to restoring the tuber- Electric Fences Must Be Handled Properly Electric fences can do as much harm as good if they are not selected and used properly, says Norval Wardle, farm safety spec ialist at Iowa State College. He says never to gamble with homemade fence controller, and to make sure that the equipment is installed correctly with good ground and lightning protection, The amount of current passing through an electric fence can be more than enough for electrocution. FIRST PUBLIC SHOWING WOOLENS QUALITY WOOLEN FABRICS FROM STOCK IN ATTRACTIVE COLOR COMBINATIONS ONE DAY ONLY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2nd 9:09 A. St to 4:00 P. M. Beautiful Woolens tor Sports Wear, Blanket*, Shirts, Snow-Suits, Coats and Jackets. GET READY FOR COLD WEATHER * Bargain Prices • Wide Selection • Popular Styles • Long-Wearlnr Material * DO NOT MISS THIS BIO EVENT! Main Street Entrance PRAIRIE DU CHIEN WOOLEN MILL COMPANY TOP PRICES For Dead Horses and Cows "WE WANT EVERY DEAD ANIMAL YOU HAVE REGARDLESS OF SIZE —WE MAKE THE CALL." Always remember when you want top prices plus fast service PHONE 555 POSTVILLE or 600 WAUKON Reverse all long distance calls. Cole's Meat and Bone Meal For Sale. "BE SURE BY CALLING US." ALLAMAKEE COUNTY RENDERING SERVICE Poetville—Phone 555 — or — COLE RENDERING SERVICE Waukon—Phone 600 LICENSE NO. 3« '• ' V . ' • culosis patient to , social and economic usefulness.' Patients are people, Miss Paula M. Robinson of Des Moines, association social service consultant, declared in explaining her -work, in easing the social and economic problems of patients and their families. Christmas seal sale methods and techniques were outlined at the institute by Miss Marguerite Pfef- ter, Miss Marietta Elnen and Edward Beales, all of Des Moines, association staff members. ' The meeting was attended by 41 persons. Attending from Allamakee county were Mrs. Frank Klees, Mrs. LeRoy Jeglum arid Berntce Meyer. Other counties represented Included Black Hawk, Chickasaw, Howard and Winneshiek., Plans for permanent, semi­ permanent and temporary corn storage buildings are available at your county extension director's office or by writing to the Agricultural Extension Service, Iowa State College. Early fall is an excellent time to collect soil samples to be tested for lime and fertilizer needs. You can now spot the fields that did not produce so well this year and may be deficient in lime or fertilizer, says Walter Pitts, head of the Soil Testing Laboratory at Iowa State College. PROOF OF WILL ". To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given'that an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Fern McClintock Hangartner, Deceased, late of Allamakee County, Iowa, has been opened and read in the office of the Clerk of District Court of Iowa, in and for Allamakee County, and that 19 October, 194a, has been set lor hearing the proof of said Will in said Court. WITNESS my hand and the (Seal) seal of said Court this 21st day of September, 1948. O. H. POSSUM, Clerk of District Court. By: Lloyd R. Kolsrud, Depu Attorney for the Estate, Josepl Steele, Postvllle, Iowa Published in the Postvllle Herald: Sept. 22, 29 and Oct. 8, 1948. WISCONSIN SPOTTED POLAND CHINA SHOW and SALE THURS„ OCT. 7 Lancaster Fair Grounds Lancaster, Wis. $ ;?' 54 BOARS 19 GILTS Show at 10 a. m. — Sale at 1 p. m. The Tops from 28 of Wisconsin's Finest Herds FOR CATALOG WRITE TO ARNOLD SCHECKEL, Mgr. WAUZEKA, WISCONSIN FARM UCTIO Having decided to quit farming, the undersigned will sell at Public Auction on the farm, located one-half mile north of the Luana depot, on OCT Sale to begin promptly at 12:30 o'clock P. M. SHEEP --15 Head of Ewes and One Buck 245 BALES GOOD HAY ALFALFA - BROME GRASS HAY Put up without rain! OLD FURNITURE-Marble Top and Solid Walnut Consisting of 3-Piece Bedroom Suite, Marble Top Dresser and Commode; Marble Top Center Table; 7-Piece Solid Walnut Parlor Set, consisting of 4 Straight Back Chairs, 1 Arm Chair, 1 Platform Rocker and 1 Love Seat; 4 Reed-Bottom Chairs; Drop Leaf Solid Walnut Table; Walnut Sewing Table; 2 Marble Shelves, 1 Mantle and 1 Corner. Dishes; Kitchen Ware; Fruit Jars; Stone Jars; Dining Chairs; Easy Chairs; Tables; Rugs; 2 Large Wooden Cupboards; Lamps; Wicker Lawn Chair; A Large Chest of Drawers; and 2 Radios, one is a Battery Set and the other is an Electric Set. 50 PIECES OLD BURMESE CHIN AW ARE, (Furnival & Sons, Stratfordshire, England.) MANY PIECES OF OLD SILVERWARE SEVERAL OTHER ANTIQUE PIECES. A QUANTITY OF GOOD NATIVE LUMBER About 50 feet of 1 x 12 x 8 foot Walnut Lumber; About 1100 feet of 2 x 8 in 12 and 14 foot lengths; About 120 feet of 2 x 6 x 12; 25 Timbers 4x6 and 6 x 6 in lengths from 4 to 12 feet; Also a few hundred feet of 2 x 4 and l^inch lumber. FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT Hay Rack; Horse-Drawn Mower; Hay Tedder; Hand Seeder; 14-in. Walking Plow; 4-Wheel Trailer, with car and team hitch; Loading Chute on wheels; Grind Stone; Corn Planter Wire: Hudson Galvanized Hog Feeder; Buttermilk Tank, 2 x 8 foot; 24-ft. Sliding Door Track with wheel hangers; Log Chains; Heel Chains; Cow Chains; Harness; Riding Bridle; Electric Fence Controller; 2 one-man Cross Cut Saws; Axes; Brush Hook; Scythe; 2 New Tarpaulins, 6 x 8 and 6 x 10; 3 Ladders,.8-, 11- and 14-foot lengths; Step Ladder; Steele and Wooden Barrels; Wooden Barrel with Hog Waterer; Galvanized Feed Basket; 2 ten-gal. Cream Cans; Some Steel and Wooden Fence Posts; Steel Clothesline Post; Neck Yoke; Single Trees; some Forks, Spades, Shovels, Mauls; Pulleys; Posthole Digger; Mortar Box; Work Bench with Vise; Garden Tools; Lawn Mower; Wheelbarrow; New 16-gal. Galvanized Garbage Can; Wash Tub; Wash Boiler; Pails; Hand Sprayer; Heating Stove; Stove Wood, Etc. AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION B.B. EATON WATERS, Auctioneer LUANA SAVINGS BANK, Clerk

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