Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on October 27, 1948 · Page 7
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October 27, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

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DNESDAY, OCTOBER If, IMS. Br.d Life Hybrid Corn CHICKS iTry Hf-Line Chicks on our recommendation. ) Shut la the benefits of Hy-Line pullets' all-year egg production ability. Hy-Line Hock* generally lay 50% to 80% (or the entire production year. Annual flock averages of 200 eggs per Hy-Line lie common, under, turn conditions. W» Invito Your Mori Searching Inquiry Allamakee Hatchery Telephone No. 187 Postville, Iowa LEON HENDERSON Republican Candidate for the Office of TREASURER OF ALLAMAKEE COUNTY General Election, Tuesday, November 2 Qualified by Experience and Ability to Serve You Well Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl^ VOTE FOR Theodore H. Rumph, Jr. Independent Candidate For SHERIFF Allamakee County Veteran of World War II Your Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated at the General Election, Tuesday, November 2. FOOTBALL At Smith Athletic Field Friday, Oct 29 Kickoff at 3:00 o'clock P. M. Postvllle Pirates vs. Maynard An Upper Iowa Conference Game This is the final game of the year for the Pirates; who are seeking the top spot in the Upper Iowa Conference. Join the crowd tor the Victory March. COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE TEAM! THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE SEVxWV ASSESSMENT NOTICE TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS assessable for the cost of paving on the following streets and alleys in the Town of Postville, Iowa: Stoneman Street from 40 feet east of the west corporation line of said Town of Postville to a line 36.5 feet west of the east line of Reynolds Street and including intersections of cross streets; Bancroft Street from the south line of Stoneman Street to the north line of Tilden Street, also including intersections of cross streets and alleys; Green Street from the east line of Bancroft Street to the west line of Boody Street; Green Street from the west line of Boody Street to the west line of Ogden Street and also including the intersection of Boody Street; Boody Street from the south line of Green Street to the north line of Williams Street, and also including the alley intersection; Ogden Street from the south line of Stoneman Street to the north line of Green Street; Reynolds Street from the south line of Stoneman Street to the south line of the C. Mr - St. P. & P. RR. Company's right-of-way; The East and West alley in Block 21 Lawless Addition; the East and West alley in Block 22 Lawler's Addition; the North and South alley in Block 2 Mott's Addition; the North and South alley in Block 3 Mott's Addition; Maple Street from the south right-of-way line of the C. M. St. P. & P. RR. Company to the north line of Green Street, including the alley intersection; and Military Road from the south line of Post Street to the west line of Lawler Street: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a plat and schedule of assessments have been prepared by and under the direction of the Town Council of the Town of Postville, Iowa, showing the assessments proposed to be made for and on account of the cost and expenses of street improvements by paving heretofore ordered by the said Town Council on the following streets and alleys, to-wit: Stoneman Street from 40 feet east of the west corporation line of said Town of Postville to a line 36.5 feet west of the east line of Reynolds Street and including intersections of cross streets; Bancroft Street from the south line of Stoneman Street to the north line of Tilden Street, also including in- sections of cross streets and alleys; Green Street from the east line of Bancroft Street to the west line of Boody Street; Green Street from the west line of Boody Street to the west line of Ogden Street, and also including the intersection of Boody Street; Boody Street from the south line of Green Street to the north line of Williams Street, and also including the alley j intersection; Ogden Street from the south line of Stoneman Street to the north line of Green Street; Reynolds Street from the south line of Stoneman Street to the south line of the C. M. St. P. & P. RR. Company's right-of way; the East and West alley in Block 21 Lawler's Addition; the East and West, alley in Block 22 Lawler's Addition; the North and .South alley in Block 2 Mott's Addition; the North and South alley in Block 3 Mott's Addition; Maple Street from the south right-of-way line of the C. M. St. P. & P. RR. Company to the north line of Green Street, including the alley intersection; and Military Road from the south line of Post Street to the west line of Law- let Street, and constructed under a contract with W. H. Behrens, Postville, Iowa, dated February 11, 1948, such assessments to , be . levied against the property abutting upon or adjacent to the said improvement, the said plat and schedule showing the separate lots and parcels of ground and any railway property proposed to be assessed for the cost and expenses of the said improvement, and the names of the owners thereof, so far as known, and the amount to be assessed against each lot or parcel of ground; and that said plat and schedule are now on file in the. office of the Town Clerk of said Town. Notice is further given that within TWENTY (20) DAYS after the first publication of this notice, all objections to such assessments, or prior proceedings, on account of errors, irregulari-4^7 hp marip ™' ties, inequalities, must be made in writing and filed with the said Town Clerk. Any objections not so made will be deemed waived. That after the expiration of said twenty (20) days, the Town Council of said Town will meet and- consider any objections so filed, and having considered the same and made any necessary corrections, . will proceed to make the special assessments as shown in said plat and schedule as corrected and approved. Date of first publication: October 27, 1948.• Last day for filing objections: November 17, 1948. By order of the Town Council of the Town of Postville, Iowa. JOSEPH B. STEELE Town Clerk of the Town of Postville, Iowa.' Published in the Postville Herald, October 27, November 3, 1948. Hunters Are Urged To Ask The Farmer First With the 1948 pheasant season opening at noon, November 11, and the quail season opening November 1, many hunters have not yet decided where they will hunt. The problem of where the unacquainted hunter can hunt is complicated by "no hunting" signs, Most of these "keep out" signs are the direct result of lack of sportsmanship and fair play on the part of hunters at one time or another. It is the responsibility of the individual sportsman to make himself welcome in the quail and pheasant territories. It is a mistake and a violation of the Iowa statutes to trespass with dog or gun on any closed or cultivated lands other than state-owned pub' lie shooting grounds without first asking, permission of the owner Hunters are urged to go to their prospective hunting territory in plenty of time and contact the land-owner on whose property they desire to shoot and make necessary arrangements. The importance of farmer, sportsman problem will disappear into thin air. Box-Elder Bug Can Be Controlled By Spraying The biggest crop of box-elder bugs since 1940 is looking for a ace to spend the winter. First thing to do about the box- elder bug problem is to spray outside concentrations of the bugs with kerosene,' crankcase oil, fly spray or two per cent chlordan, according to Iowa State College entomologists. If bugs get inside of houses In spite of efforts to prevent them, two per cent chlordan, applied as residual spray around windows and other places through which they enter, will control box-elder bugs for an indefinite length of time. Lloyd R. Kolsrud Republican Candidate For Clerk of the District Court Allamakee Cdunty Veteran of World War II Two Years Experience As Deputy Your Vote November 2nd Will Be Appreciated. Ill KEEP STOCK AWAY FROM FROST-DAMAGED FORAGE FOR GOVERNOR vM Be ^S5 r the people of tow* a sound program for pro- si.;;.?, 1 ****? «••*, batter school* and better atate government ZCiy** X*m »»m wtaoval of the aute aales tax on food, and in ... «*t*on to reduce taxes through aound management VOTE ¥OR „, Wm.S.<«-»BEARD$LEY MPUM.ICAN CAMOIWIW* GOVERNOR ftoTS *••••••***** Keep livestock off frost-nipped cane, sudan, pigweeds, Johnson grass and flax, warns Dr. K. W. Stouder, extension veterinarian at Iowa State College. These forage crops when damaged by frost may produce a deadly poison known as prussic or hydrocyanic acid. Cases develop suddenly and death fcomes so quickly that little can be done to save stricken animals. Sheep and cattle suffer more from the poison than other livestock because they normally consume more roughage. Stouder says there is no sure antidote for the poison that can be given quickly enough under ordinary conditions to be effective. However, livestock suspected of being poisoned may be given a drench of a quart or more of sorghum molasses or corn sirup diluted with enough water to make it easily swallowed. A pinch of potassium permanganate, if available, should also be dissolved in the drench. Because death comes so rapidly Stouder recommends that a veterinarian be called as soon as possible. He can administer an in travenous injection of sodium ni trite that will save the animal if given in time. However, Stouder says preventing stock from eating the poisonous forage in the first place is the best protection. Herald Want Ads bring results. PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction at my home on the North edge of Postville, on Highway 51, on SATURDAY, OCT. 30 Beginning at 1:00 o'clock P. M. Wool Rug, 9x12; 2 Linoleum Rugs, 9x12; Dining Room Table, Buffet, 6 Chairs; Full Bed Size Mattress; Studio Couch; Two Rocking Chairs; Platform Rocker; Library Table; Dresser; A Commode; Chiffonier; Eureka Gas Stove; Fairbanks-Morse Electric Refrigerator; Sellers Kitchen Cabinet; Extension Kitchen Table and 3 Chairs; Writing Desk; Ironing Board; Quilting Frames; Fur Robe; Ingrain Carpet; Two 20- Gal. Jars; Fruit Jars; Ice Box; Basement,Cupboards; New Copper Wash Boiler; All Kinds of Tools; Garden Plows; Wheelbarrow; Ladder; Vise; Farm Scales; 12 ten-foot Seasoned Walnut Boards; Woven Wire; Metal Chicken Coops. Also about 700 bushels of Clinton Oats, and many other articles. * A TERMS OF SALE — CASH! MRS. IRA E. SMITH POSTVnXC STATE BAKX, Clarit BATON WATCH. Aaet Congressman < TALLE'S ABILITY and EXPERIENCE ARE SERVING YOU WELL! Congressman Henry O. Talle Second Iowa District HENRY O. TALLE has ably represented Northeastern Iowa in the Congress of the United States for ten years. A vigorous champion of agriculture, small business and free enterprise, he is a leader in the fight to promote good government. Born and reared on a farm, CONGRESSMAN TALLE has a thorough understanding of the needs of agriculture. He has staunchly supported legislation to promote rural electrification, stabilized farm prices, and soil, timber and wildlife conservation. A veteran of World War I, he has a deep and abiding interest in the problems of ex-servicemen and'has sponsored legislation to provide housing, hospitalization and educational benefits for veterans. HENRY O. TALLE has dedicated his best efforts to the achievement of lasting world peace. VOTE REPUBLICAN ON NOVEMBER 2 HENRY O. TALLE THIS AD FAD) FOR BY FRIENDS OF HENRY TALLE (ZhwcxAei**, JleadeJt in 1/aLua. Your choice for QUALITY on all these counts • • • thai ate low**, than thoda ofi any othat eaft in it* fpaLdU • Yew Net, I Ctaice far HOMO SMOOTHNOI Ymm Nm. 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