Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
9 Aug 1918

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Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
9 Aug 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Postville, Iowa Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa v capital $100,000 undivided profits Over $19,000 faithful service combining safety with progressiveness plus courteous treatment and a due regard for the accommodation of our customers has always been our steady aim and on this platform of service we solicit your patronage. Postville Herald we. J. Kung Beil publisher subscription Ulco. S1.m a year All subs Lii thous payable strictly in Advance. Advertising rate card sent on application. Fuiten a at tin1 1 Ost office at l a Stville Iva a a second Clas mall matter. Friday August 9, 1918 nearby correspondence we pay 4 per cent per annul on time deposits left for 6, 9 or 12 months. Officers h. S. Luhman president Carl Holter vice president l. 0. Beucher cashier c. E. Waters asst. Cashier Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. S. Luhman John Waters we. Harris Carl holier f. L. Williams c. W. Meier l. O. Beucher John c. Weihe i 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. College of Commerce g Waterloo Iowa. 1 something new Sweet Dill sour Sweet mixed and Sweet stuffed pickles India relish and Chow Chow the California Home Brand in cans these goods Are sold on condition if they Are not the Best yoi4 have Ever tasted to come Back to our store and get your Money Thoma Brothers Luana. % Liggett s and Funke s chocolates f purity ice Cream a if u i Rexall j ninety three hair tonic for Dandruff and falling hair. Stimulates the growth f of the hair. 1 ninety three 1 shampoo paste miss Emma Oldag was a Postville caller Between gains thursday. Miss Freda Kamps went to Mimie Polis saturday to to with her Sisters. Rev. Westen Heitger loaded his household goods for Sheffield thursday.  mrs. Milton Mason is visiting her sister mrs. We. Shepherd at Postville. Mrs. Charley Bloxham of Postville visited at the Oscar Collins Home tuesday. Or. And mrs. Will Schultz and children were sunday guests at the Henry Schultz Home. Mrs. Paulson and son of Moons were guests at the Clyde Hinman Home wednesday. Thirteen Little folks surprised Frances Overbeck Friday afternoon it being her birthday. Mrs. Ben Krambeer and daughter went to Prairie Duchien monday to visit the aug. Doerring family. Miss Amelia Overbeck visited her Friend miss Hannah Lange at Postville a couple of Days last week. Miss Caroline Schroeder was the guest of her aunt mrs. B. F. Schroeder at Postville Friday and saturday. Mrs. Fred Schroeder and daughter Louise of Postville were monday afternoon guests it the c. H. Overbeck Home. A grandson of mrs. Clara Haslip of near Ossian was Here bidding Hei Farewell before going to a Camp in Missouri. Several friends and neighbors spent thursday evening with t mrs. Klingenberg it being her birthday anniversary. Emil Henry and Deetta Rekow Felix and Amy Oldag a toed to Grafton Iowa saturday for an Over sunday visit with relatives. Rev. Westenberger and1 family were entertained at the Rudolph Bugenhagen Home thursday even ing and on the following Day left for their new Home it Sheffield. Rev. Riggs and family of Garber Iowa and Mother mrs. Riggs and grandma Lambert of Castalia were saturday guests at the g. M. Lambert Home. Grandma Lambert remained for a longer visit. Floyd Harvey is Carrier on route 1 while or. Stee is detained at Home. The orchestra went to Elgin last evening to play for a red Cross dance. Mrs. Welch came up from Ceda rapids monday to visit at the Frank Dowd Home. Or. And mrs. M. P. Riggs and mrs. Chas. Markham motored to Minneapolis monday. Or. Ami mrs. Schultz of Lacrosse arrived saturday to visit at the w. H. Roe Home. Leonard Anderson returned wednesday after a Short visit with relatives at Decorah. Mrs. Nellie Albright will entertain the embroidery club at her country Home this afternoon. Privates John Teepe Joe and Geo. Schultz of Camp Dodge spent sunday at their Homes. Mrs. Esther Lambert was i Over sunday visitor with her son Marion and family at Lunna. Mrs. Geo. Bernhard is Carrier on route 2 while or. Bernhard is taking his annual vacation. Rev. Westenberger and family of Luana were guests of Rev. Harms the latter part of the week. Mrs. Rosell Clark and son Chas. And wife of Minneapolis were visitors it the a. B. Clark Home saturday. The service Flag of the lutheran Church will be dedicated sunday evening. The program commences at 8 15. The infant daughter of or. And mrs. Will Crabtree passed away saturday morning. Short services were held at the Home saturday afternoon Rev. Hicks officiating. An elderly gentleman a stranger Here was knocked Down by an infuriated steer and Render a unconscious for a while monday evening. He was taken to the Postville Hospital but was Able to leave it the following Day. The cattle were purchased from Sherman Bollman of Frank Ville and had been on the Road at Day thru the intense heat. The gentleman was helping to drive them. The 19 months old son of or. And mrs. Melvin Stee living on the old Cornell farm two Miles West of Castalia was struck and seriously injured by the West bound Milwaukee freight saturday morning. The child was sitting in the Center of the track when the engine struck him and Cut off his right foot just above the ankle broke his left Arm at the Elbow and Cut a Gash in his., head. The Little fellow had toddled off alone and was sitting on the track when the Engineer saw him but it was too late to Avert the Accident. He was put on Board the train and taken to Ossian to or. Jun s office and later was taken Home. The Little fellow is resting easy at times but the extremely hot weather has added greatly to his suffering. Get Rich Vou May or you May not become Rich but a Strong banking connection is essential in your i Maricial plans. This Strong Bank offers its services in furthering your Success. Inn Postville state Bank ca1htal, Sukpil us and profit 9110,000 we. Loui president a. L. Peterson cashier u. K. Meier vice president Mill directors f. W. Roberts we. Loui we. K. Weihe a c. Fleming a f. Sloier a. L. Peterson g. Staadt h. B. Roberta Farmersburg. At Aid to Scalp cleanliness and to the Preven 1 Tion of Dandruff helping to make the hair soft pliable Silky and Fluffy. 1 1 used in connection with Rexall nine i to three hair tonic it promotes the  health of the hair. Thoma Bros. Pharmacy f the Rexall store  Joe Hafke and family visited the Crary Home sunday evening. Mrs. Chas. Berndt and mrs. Sam Little were Monona callers saturday mrs. Mohrmann of Guttenburg is visiting at the Home of her son Chas Berndt. Mrs. Knute Thompson and son Carl called at a Waukee station Here succeeding t0 / the position Barney Finnegan held Down so Long. We Don t know of a one who could have been sent Here that would be More acceptable to it 5 people of Postville or that would look after the company s interests More satisfactorily. Things Are not always what they seem. For instance a Man May of / broken out and it the same a tiny be shut take the Case of Thoma for instance. On monday life he broke out with smallpox whim moans he was shut up very pro Ftp a a a by the Board of health to is Ting along o. K. And assures us will Novor be shut up again on pm 4 Ilar charge

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