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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Postville, Iowa local news  Ramala ice. Cream at Thorn to Gericke has gone to Sioux to work. And mrs. John Powers were at bin sunday. Baths for rheumatic trouble at Jille Hospital. Picnic supper at a. S. Burdick s saturday night. Hyle Swenson spent sunday with ids at Farmersburg. J. Splies 6f Luana transacted Jess in Postville tuesday. A Burdick left for st. Paul tues where he will be employed. More stars on Postville s service making a total of 79 stars. I j. Phillips is helping Henry Beh Jades with the Harvest this week Larry n. Hanks has Beon appoint sergeant beginning August first to Schroeder and g. A. Brooks families were at Clermont Sun Janos and Sheet music at Schultz & Butte s in tie Postville furniture be. A Cenneth Larson of Lake Mills item his Cousin miss Clara Hanson be sunday. Liss Cashman of Elma has been bed to the corps of nurses at Post a Hospital. Thoma mrs. Keith Gray Clara Schroeder Are on the sick this week. Miss Mary Eaton of Spencer is a lest at the c. W. Meier and a. J. A clips Homes. John Eno and family of Wagner Winship were sunday guests at the to. W. Fay Home. Miss Minnie Schutte returned to Lii ago sunday after a two weeks Isit with Home folks. Paul Sonnkalb resigned at Luhman Sanders to accept a position with of. Hecker & soils or. And mrs. Fritz Wilke and mind mrs. John Palas visited relatives to Garnavillo sunday i for balk a new wide tire wag a and a new Concrete mixer. Frank rounds Postville Iowa. Forenoon Only tuesday aug. 6 Neuzil the Eye ear nose and Throat specialist will be at Postville Hospital. Silas f. Hartley a member of the with Iowa National guards was in town wednesday on his Way Home to few Albin. A Ford Tail lamp and number plate 102,665, were found sunday owner can have same by paying for this notice. Henry Grossman of Clermont who was kicked by a Zebra belonging to the Lucky Bill show died there monday morning. Are you Sielck then you should take Napra Pathic and suggestive Ali Rapu tic treatments and got Well. Or. O. A Kinsel Postville Iowa. Marie Jarms 11 year old daughter of Henry Jarms. Of Monona died at Postville Hospital sunday night from a complication of diseases. Or. And mrs. Clarence Smith of Waterloo spent sunday at the Home of Carl Mueller and family. Mrs " was formerly miss Amanda Mueller we. Schultz and wife returned from Davenport thursday where they had been to visit their son Henry and family. They report ail Well there. For . Rhode Island red cockerel won at Winona Independence and Oelwein and oter shows enquire of Christopher Postville Iowa. Mrs. Morris and two children who have been visiting at the e. H. Prior Home left tuesday for Dubuque for a Short visit before leaving for their new Homo in Oklahoma. Mrs. C. Hastings of this City submitted to two surgical operation it the Waukon Hospital last week tuesday and we Are pleased to Loarn she is recovering As rapidly As Possi ble. Or. Weber s Eye and ear treatment has cured hundreds and his glasses Are worn by thousands of pleased patients. See by. Weber on Satur Day August 3, from 7 a. To 1 p m., at commercial hotel Postville examination ree. Or. And mrs. F. H. Welzel or and mrs. G. S Staadt and Daughto Kathryn or. And mrs. Geo. Thoma and family or. And mrs. Geo. Wei Zol and family or. And mrs. Conrad Welzel visited at the Henry Dick Jan Homo near Garnavillo. Sunday. S. W. Miller of. Minot a. P came saturday for an extended visit with relatives and friends in Post Vullo and Alla Makee county. He was a at one time a resident of this county and did Allws trading in. Postville he is a of a. B. Cook Rev. A j. Glue was at Dacotah sunday. A. L. Peterson and family were at Decorah sunday. Or. It. V. Topliff dentist office Over Postville state Bank. Carl g. Schultz was up from Monona on business monday. E. E. Brenner was at Charles City sunday to visit . Mrs. C. E. Waters spent tuesday with her Mother in Ossian. For Are and Hail insurance see w. A and a. C. Webster Postville Iowa. W. Ii. Haefner of Castalia was a business caller in Postville tuesday. E. H. Prior returned from a business trip to Chicago tuesday morning Lloyd Schiller went to Mason City this week to enlist in the Marine service. Drs. Kiesau & a Pusher practising physicians. Office Over Luhman & Sanders. Earl Henry and Art Thompson of Cresco were business callers Here on thursday. If you want fire or Tornado insurance Call on f. H. Welzel at Postville state Bank. Bills orchestra plays for a dance at Monona saturday August 3. Everybody Welcome. Plain and fancy sewing done to order. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Austin l. Jones Postville Iowa. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in the Pouille Hospital. Day and night Calls promptly attended to. Frank Sebastian and wife and sons Frank George and will with their families a toed to new Hampton sunday. Mrs. Fred Tuttle returned saturday from a several Days visit with her parents or. And mrs. Herman Lansing at Ossian. Irene Meier went to Chicago tuesday evening to Purchase Stock for Meier Phillips & co. Miss Mary Eaton of Spencer accompanied her. F. W. Meiske and family or. And mrs. Frank Gates or. And mrs. Carl Letchford and or. And mrs. R. F. Topliff Pic nicked at Pinney Springs sunday. The annual convention of the Al Kamakee and Winneshiek counties w. C. T. U. Will be held in the congregational Church Postville aug. 7th and 8th. Leo Beucher and family or. And mrs. Otto Beucher mrs. L. S. Mcewen and son James mrs. Rudolph Hein and miss Helen Beucher a toed to Mcgregor sunday. Mrs. L. S. Mcewen and son James of fort Dodge arrived Friday night for a visit with relatives. They had been to Rochester to consult a specialist regarding James Arm. Uncle Sam is appealing for More office help so we will continue our special offer of three months free tuition and free books for fall term sept. 3. Write today for particulars to College of Commerce Waterloo or. And mrs. Herman Rose accompanied by mrs. C. F. Kaiser and daughter Cornelia of Monona to Camp Dodge saturday for a visit to Walter Kaiser and the other boys from this locality. Editor f. W. Hughes of the Elgin Echo drove up to Postville wednes Day to subscribe for the Herald and to show we had no hard feelings to Ward him we paid him $1.50 for a year s subscription to the Echo. Miss Jeannette Sanders is helping win the War having taken the Job of driving Luhman & Sanders yellow Ford delivery car a Job which hereto fore has always been done by a Man and when it comes to driving a car there Are few men who can do the Job better than she. H. E. Roberts returned monday noon from st. Paul where he had gon with to meet h. A. Tem Pleton who had just returned from y. C. A. Work in France and who was on his Way to his Home in Montana mrs. Roberts remained for a few Days longer visit Charles Hoth recently gave the red Cross a two months old calf and on saturday evening auctioneer Mcdermott sold it on the Street says the Waukon Democrat. A few generous bidders were present and Fili ally it went to Albert Larson who bid in the animal for ?77, which sum will prove a Welcome addition to the Waukon chapter s Treasury. Cons. H. Krumm received notice from Waukon tuesday of his appointment As chairman of the nation wide patriotic Campaign committee of Postville. Other members on this committee Are mrs. and j. W. Campbell. The duty of thief committee is to arrange for and. Con duct purely patriotic gatherings which will he the rallying places of loyalty and see to it that every person old and Young attends and takes part in same a More extended nof Iise of which appears elsewhere in to Day s Herald. Big red Cross picnic in Joe Hanson s Woods at Gunder sunday aug. 4th. Or. Neuzil will be at the Postville Hospital tuesday aug. 6th, Forenoon Only. Mrs. Los Lehman and daughter of Elgin visited friends Between trains wednesday. Or. And mrs. Verni kiss went to Milwaukee monday evening for a visit with relatives. Or. And mrs. A. A. Schmidt and or. And mrs. E. P. Durno were at Clermont sunday. John and Chris Miller of Clermont were in Postville tuesday evening Enro Ute to Dubuque. Or. F. W. Kiesau and daughter. Esther and Lenora Oldag left thursday morning for Grinnell. Mrs. H. J. Schultz and Chas. Frei tag were at Camp Dodge last week to visit the former s son Otto. For monuments of every description Call on or write e j. Roggensack Lansing Iowa. All work guaranteed for Sale a Good seven room House with Cistern Well barn woodshed and 2 lots. Enquire at this office. E. E. Brenner went to la Crosse saturday to get his car which he was forced to leave there owing to the rain. Louis Schroeder and will Schroeder and wife went to Cresco sunday to get mrs. S. And Clara who had been visiting there for several weeks. Mrs. J. E. Perry went to Cedar rapids saturday to visit her Daugh Ter mrs. Aleta Bjelland whose Hus band was leaving that night for Mill tary service. Cards received from the boys who left Here last Friday state that they arrived safely at Camp Gordon ga., sunday evening at 10 30 and stood the trip Well. Confirmation school will begin at the German lutheran Church on August 5th. All children must be vaccinated before they will be admitted to the school. Manager Geo. S. Tuttle of Postville theatre announces a big show for saturday night of this week he Ain t telling what it is but says it will be Worth the Price. Or. O. A. Kinsel will not return on the Date announced having an Opportunity to take up More work at mercy Hospital which he will do. Time of return will be published later. Or. And mrs. David Curry and or. And mrs. Amos Aden of Lincoln neb., arrived Here saturday by Auto on a visit to their relatives or. And mrs. Hugh Shepherd of the colonial inn. Rev. John p. Orth president of the German american patriotic association will speak at Castalia this thursday evening. If you want to hear a talk Worth while be sure and go up tonight. Paul Hammond of Henderson Prairie has enlisted As a machinist and goes to Ames with the August contingent for a three months training course to put him in shape to help Uncle Sam can the Kaiser. Thursday August 1st, from 10 a. In. Until 4.30 p. M., is the Date of Karl d. Fisk s next visit to Postville at commercial hotel As usual tin s makes 28 years of visits to Postville and you cannot consult a More reliable eyesight specialist than or. Fisk. He lives right Here to make All his. Work Good. Bro. Schmitz of the Ossian Bee says with the alcohol Content of Beer reduced to two and three quarters per cent taking out of that popular beverage the kick of be Olden times and whiskey so High in Price that a Man with an Ordinary income can t even afford to smell of it we be decided to imbibe no More of either. Well just Swallow the democratic prohibition Plank and a done with it. It s John Monaghan a 19 year old Young Man living South of Elgin was the victim of a most unfortunate Nucci Denti tuesday while haying. In some manner he fell from the Hay mow and struck on the handle of a Hay Fork in such a manner that it penetrated his rectum several inches the Young Man suffered excruciating pain from his Accident and was taken to Dubuque the same night by or Hadsel of that City. It is hoped no serious results will follow but accidents of this kind Are always attended with considerable danger. Ralph Green and miss Ethel Meier daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Meier were married at Decorah wednes Day of last week and with Many friends the Herald joins in extend ing its sincerest Well wishes. The Groom left Friday with the Alla Makee contingent for Georgia. Fred ii Luhman returned wednesday evening from a week s Outing at father Mother and wife Are enjoying bathing boating and fishing. He says Henry found several pairs of Long lost socks the first it Kjier be went n wading i t y a 4 v a v Henry Miller Milwaukee station agent was released from his two week s Captivity at Home on monday of this week it having been decided that his recovery from smallpox had reached a High state of departure that he was no longer an element of danger in the Community and he is now at Large with the rest of suffering humanity. Big Farewell to soldiers. Mcgregor was the Mecca toward which several thousand people from northeastern Iowa journeyed last Friday to participate in the big Farewell that City had prepared for the Soldier boys from Alla Makee and j Clayton counties who were that Day to leave for Camp Gordon a. The Postville band went Down on the noon train with the Post township contingent and accompanied  by a goodly delegation of our citizens and a lot More went Down later by Auto. On arriving there the fact was very evident Mcgregor had made preparations such As no town had made before to show everybody a Good time. The Mcgregor Elkader and Postville bands were present to dispense Good Musci X. Geske d. D. Murphy h. E. Taylor and others made rousing patriotic speeches a Ball game was provided and various other sports. The big dance on the pavement caught most everybody and was absolutely free. The ladies of the red Cross had a big stad where they dispensed free eats Salces and Temperance drinks free to the Soldier boys. And Mcgregor set a Pace on this occasion it will make any. Town Hump to equal. In order that All outsiders might have Opportunity to see the whole show the Milwaukee co. Very considerately had the morning passenger delayed by a wreck about nine or More hours and it was some sleepy Bunch that got off the train Here the following morning about 10 o clock. However the folks showed they had the grit and refused t allow a Little thing like that to Knock out the Good time and mgr Ejvor could t help it anyhow. Well it was the Best time a Ever and everybody is ready to go again. 5 5 Winneshiek co. Fair Iowa s biggest county fair Decorah August 13 to 16 four big Days and nights a tremendous program of g Reat state fair features and fast harness racing % splendid exhibits in educational lines agriculture live Stock and Domestic arts. A mighty Midway big band concerts daily watch for the Long list of attractions f which will positively appear in this paper next week a j i notice. Persons having our pop cases with the following numbers please return at once to Thoma Brothers 212, 228, 289, 301, 346, 352, 368, 449, 470, 612, 760, 801, 820, 938, 942, 945, 1132, 1151, 1180, 1234, 1238. 1269, 1276, 1321, 13927 1418, 1420, 1443, 1460. 1496, 1584, 1613, 1653, 1772, 1795,. 1851, 1892, 1910. The l of Xii Ali Market. Thursday animist 1 Oats. Barley,.,. Cora. Wheat. Timothy. Hons. 1g.s0-i7.ri0 fat cows., 8.00-10.00 dinners Ami cutters. S.0u 7 00 hollers. 7.00-11.00 bulls. 7,00-10.00 Stock Natille. 0.00-18,00 Veals. 12.00-15.00 hides. Horse hides. Ebbs. Creamery hatter., a plugs. Hens. Boosters. A 5.75 .80 .47 .27 .18 .-0, .13 notes on the Market. Cattle Best Corn feds still advancing. Barley declined 4 to 5c for the week. Corn an Advance of 10c the past two Days. Hogs an Advance of 50c per cwt. On the Best grades. Oats declined 2 to 3c, but were up la yesterday on Light receipts. Wheat the government has temporarily removed some restrictions both As to Price and movement. You lose Money if you Don t feed linseed meal for Bale by Hall Roberts son postv1llk, Iowa cow Comfort less labor More a Lilko a James sanitary Bam equipment Means cow Comfort less labor milk yield More Money. in ital reputation and Quality Jaas equipment is reasonably priced. The Complete feature equipped stall is no different from the invt priced James stalls except that special features arc a ded. There is just on James Quality method of leaking nud Sci. Cral . James Tsa Miary Brm equip it ent and James Barm plan ser Vlco a c proved of Cir value w Nerver barns arc built for profit the Dairyman realizes tha. The f it essential to Uia intr Money is a Pood barn. Even the Best Herd will lose us Efcic Jcj if poorly housed. James service fully described in Book. The James was same cof Cills All Abonit the of great James line of stalls strut cd mis i ens carriers ventilators trucks watering buckets etc., designed and built by a. D. James and uis associates originators of sanitary Bara equipment ideas. Come in and get a Catalon and 3et us demonstrate the equipment to you in our store Consumers Independent lumber company 1 Home study course owing to the fact that the wives of those who Are leaving for the War want office work and because they can t come to College we have arranged to give a Home study course whereby you can prepare for office work at Home. Anyone else who is interested will have the same Opportunity. Write today mentioning that you want to take the work at Home. M is College of Commerce a. Waterloo Iowa. Something new \ Sweet Dill sour Sweet mixed and Sweet stuffed pickles India relish and Chow Chow the California Home Brand m cans these goods Are sold on condition if they Are not the Best you have Ever tasted to come Back to our store and get your Money Thoma Brothers Liggett s and Funke s chocolates purity ice Cream protect your property insure with the oldest company in Iowa Iowa state insurance ?0., tvs Utulo premiums saved policy holders $1,035,690.88 insurance written 1917 $51,164,693.00 w. S. Webster & son Postville la. A a a a a a a a a a a a 4 o it Herald want ads bring results. Try them. If you have something to sell we can do it 6496?3103031

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