Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
9 Aug 1918

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9 Aug 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Postville, Iowa ocal news at Turner Hall saturday Riley left for Chicago Satur a a pocketbook containing Hange. I in party at John Schulte s evening. Hoth went to Littleport Mon business. Baths for rheumatic trouble at be Hospital. R Sebastian of Hardin was a caller. Monday. R. F. Topliff dentist office Stville state Bank in Weger is expected Home sat for her annual vacation i Waters had two sheep killed Honing sunday morning. A pictures and Pathe s weekly Postville theatre tonight a Jahnke and mrs. Carl Mey Luana were in town monday fire and Hail insurance see w. A. C Webster Postville Iowa to Arbuckle in the Bell boy Stville theatre next saturday Orah fair next week. It will Good one and has some mighty attractions. Orge the son of or. And mrs. Or Swenson residing near Luis quite ill. Susie Barriscale in Bann of Ridge next saturday night at Ville theater. Is. Andrew Stockman and Daugh Eft for their Home in Milwaukee Day afternoon. S. R. F. Topliff and h. D. Cole attending the National dental mention at Chicago r. And mrs. Emil Ihm and son of Enburg visited at the a. J. Phil Home Over sunday. W. Meier and family of Mono waited at the j. H. Meier Home in City monday evening. 11a and Duluth Pieper and mrs. Der of Clayton visited at the a. Hillips Home saturday. Or Sale a used six Cylinder 8 Model Studebaker car. In re at j. P. Mcneil s garage. Or Sale a Good seven room be with Cistern Well barn Wood a and 2 lots. Enquire at this of Ubert Luhman and miss Gunder of Ridgeway were sunday guests the h. S. Luhman Home in this y irs. H. Behrens returned saturday m a week s visit at the Home of uis Schroeder and family near Sian. A  or. And mrs. James Howard have in Down from Cresco several Days is week visiting old Postville ends. Final payment of the third Liberty an is due thursday aug. 15th, t can be paid at any time before at Date. A Ford Tail lamp and number ate 102,665,. Were found sunday Wner can have same by paying for is notice. The Ira Riley Home was quaran Ned wednesday evening for Small of his Little son Jimmie being the be afflicted. A. J. Phillips is in receipt of a card rom Archie Caldow locating him Ith the other boys from Postville t Camp Gordon. Or. Borgelt of st. Louis arrived in Stville the first of the week called Ore by the serious illness of his Sis a mrs. J. Gass. August Miller took Geo. S. Tuttle Eorge Sebastian and Frank Bellows p to Calmar sunday night to see the beast of mrs. Chas. Kohrs and daughter Edith went to Rochester this morning to consult a specialist regarding the condition of the latter. Christ Meier is. Up at Burr Oak taking care of Louis Thoma s farm work. We regret very much that Louis is under the All parties having pop bottles from last year belonging to the East Side bottling works will please return same at once to Thoma Bros. Or. And mrs. Vernon of Decorah visited at John Boehm s sunday the doctor leaving that night for Chick by to attend the dental convention. Mrs. Erastus Appelman and miss prudence were Over sunday visitors at the Home of their daughter and sister mrs. Roy Pettit of Postville. Someone on Tho Street the other Lay asked How Many men composed an american division. The answer is that a division consists of 27,000 combatant troops and 18,000 Supply troops. A army corps consists of six divisions.  Ica Ramola ice Cream at Thoma Brothers. Bills orchestra plays for the Turner dance Here saturday night. The Bell boy fatty Arbuckle s Best comedy next saturday night. Chas. H. Krumm is visiting his brother Louis and family at Chester s. P. Mrs Hall Roberts returned last Friday from her visit in Minneapolis and Leroy Minn. Geo. Schultz and family and or. And mrs. Herman Willman were Mcgregor visitors tuesday. John Sebastian of Castalia was among the callers at the Herald office saturday. Thanks John. Mrs. Henry Miller and Ellen Gertrude left Friday night for a visit to relatives in Belvidere 111. Miss Florence Eggert left monday noon for a visit at the August doer ring Home in Prairie Duchien. Miss Helen Tuttle starts the fall term of school in the John Dresser District next monday aug. 12th. Plain and fancy sewing done to order. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Austin l. Jones Postville Iowa. Miss Helen Tuttle returned saturday night from a two weeks visit at the j. J. Klein Home in fort Dodge. Post office inspector Wilson fend key of Mason City was in town on monday to inspect the local Post office. For monuments of every description Call on or write e. J. Roggen sack Lansing Iowa. All work guaranteed. A Large number of Young people from Postville and Vicinity attended the dance at Monona last saturday evening. Elmer Christopherson returned last sturday from Camp Gordon ga., where h failed to pass Tho physical examination. Private Pat Brandt came up from Camp Dodge saturday and visited Home folks and friends until sunday morning when he left for Camp. Are you sick then you should take Napra Pathic and suggestive therapeutic treatments and get Well. Or. O. A. Kinsel Postville Iowa. R. S. Stuart of West Branch la., Stock cattle dealer was in town this week looking after the shipment of six cars of steers from this Community. It s All right for town people to raise chickens in their Back Yards but they should not allow them to feed off the gardens of their neighbors. For sales. C. Rhode Island red cockerel won at Winona Independence and Oelwein and oter shows. Enquire of m. Christopher Postville Iowa. Ruth Daubenberger is taking her annual vacation from her duties at Luhman & Sanders and is visiting with friends at Waterloo and Cedar rapids. Andrew Reuss returned last evening from Dubuque where he underwent an operation for appendicitis. He is getting along As Well As could be expected. Mrs. P. L. Pettit left wednesday for Alexis 111., to assist her husband in the care of his father whose recent misfortune is related elsewhere in today s Herald. Rev. Harms of Castalia informs us that they will dedicate the lutheran service Flag at 8 15 next sunday evening. Everybody is Welcome to attend the service. Mrs. Margaret Helms and miss Clara Moon of Mason City and miss Ethel Schuler of Charles City Are visiting at the Andrew Schuler Home and with other relatives. Adolph Koevenig went to Mason City today where he will enlist in the Navy. Like Many other Postville boys Adolph wants to be with the yanks when they March into Berlin we will Send the Postville Herald with either Tho Chicago Tribune or the Herald and examiner for one year for $6.00, payable with order Chicago dailies Are now $5.00 a year. Miss Lampman arrived last evening and on monday will fill her old position As for lady at Luhman & Sanders. Her Many friends will be glad to learn of her return to our City. Walter Sander Henry Gericke Otto c. Sander and j. H. W. Schroeder have been drawn to serve on the trial jury from Post township for the sep tember term of District court at Wau Kon. The methodist ladies Aid will be entertained tuesday afternoon aug 13th, at the parsonage by mrs. Had win Willia Ifasi assisted by mesdames w. G. Bulmann and George Daubenberger. Alien Carter of Fayette informs us that u. S. Senator William s. Ken Yon will deliver an address at Tho Harvest Home picnic at Fayette on August 15th, commencing at eleven o clock a. A.  Clayton county fair. The Clayton county agricultural society will stage a record breaking show at National la., this year. Dates Are set for sept. 10, 11, 12, 13. Secretary Kregel working on big fair Premium list now ready. Get a copy from your merchant or banker 1 or write for copy and watch this paper for further announcements. A. J. Kregel Secretary Garnavillo Iowa. Miss Ruta Klinge spent sunday with Home folks and friends in Monona. / pianos and Sheet music at Schultz & Schutte s in the Postville furniture store. If you want fire or Tornado insurance Call on of. H. Welzel at Postville state Bank. Mrs. Mate Sherman and Frankie made Postville friends Happy saturday by a visit. Or. And  mrs. We. Kozelka were Over sunday guests of relatives and friends at Monona. Miss Winnifred Phillips will be Home from Chicago on the Early train Friday morning. Word was received by his Mother yesterday of the Safe arrival overseas of Kenneth Sanders. Drs. Kiesau & Kelleher practising physicians. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store Postville Iowa. Monday s overseas casualty list contained the name of Edward hol verson of Decorah who was wounded in action degree undetermined. Or. And mrs. Chas. Topliff of Decorah were sunday guests of landlord and mrs. Boehm of the commercial House and left on the night train for Chicago to attend the National convention of dentists. Mrs. H. J. Schuette took mrs. W. J. Hanks mrs. Mate Sherman and mrs. Bert e. Tuttle to Decorah Park saturday afternoon in her Ford Sedan and All reports Are to the effect that it was a very enjoyable Outing. Or. And mrs. H. S. Luhman and mrs. F. H. Luhman returned saturday from their two weeks Outing at Lake okie Chi and have had a delightful time and a much needed rest from the every Day grind of business. The l of Tuii a Market. Thursday August 8 Oats. Go Barley. Corn. Wheat. Timothy. Hogs. Ig.75-18.00 fat Coors. 7.00-10.00 can users mud cutters. 5.00 7.00 . 7.00-10.00 bulls a. 7.00 9.00 Stock cattle. 8.09-12.00 Veals. 12.00-16.00 hides. A horse hides. 8.75 eggs. M Creamery butter. .47 Springs. ,27 hens.18-r .22 boosters. .13 notes on the Market. Oats Market dropped 7c per by. Last week. This week steady. A Barley-10 to 12c lower for the week. It is Selling in Chicago for 92 to 97c. Wheat Chicago secured 3,000 cars of new wheat the first two Days of the week. Hogs Best butchers still Advance. Nig. Common and packing grades about steady. T cattle Best Corn fed cattle hold ing Strong. Common and Grassy kinds from $1.00 to $2.00 lower for the week. Corn dry weather and extreme heat in the South have damaged the crop. Oklahoma crop destroyed and Missouri not much better Southern Illinois injured and Kansas threatened. Winneshiek co. Fair aug. 13 to 16 program of state fair Hankinson s Auto Polo and Auto faces on tuesday Only Marco twins America s Premier comedy acrobats Collier and Dewalder marvelous roller skaters supreme harness races $1800 in purses six big events feature attractions Ruth Law 1 world s greatest Avi Atrice 3 Days Shinoki Brothers japanese gymnasts and Aerial performers in acts beyond compare professor Walter Raub assisted by miss Adams balloon and Parachute specialists Superb Thearle Duffield fireworks at the night fair three big Days splendid displays in live Stock agriculture and Domestic arts. Big daily concerts by Decorah merchants band Carlo a. Sperati director admission Day 50c night. 25c season tickets $2 grand stand 25c, Day or night uiibbbiiiilllllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillliiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllilllfiillllllhiiiiiiiiiilftllllliiiiuiiillliilftlllllllillllll1illllliiiililllllilllll= hot weather suggestions i at Luhman & Sanders = summer dress goods 1 1 lawns voiles of axons Etc. 1 ready made dresses i made up of Nice Cool materials 1 pretty parasols j in the newest styles and patterns my a my imm a -. Middy blouses that Are neat and attractive 1 Georgette and crepe de Chine waists 1 llflllllllllllllllllllllllttllllllllllllllllllllllll1lllllllllllli illlllllll1iiiiiiimiillih Iii Iii use purity lamp Coal for threshing for male by Postville Iowa Telephone companies cannot get insurance would you if you were a merchant want to invest several thou a Sand dollars in a Stock of goods located in a building readily exposed to fire or Tornado risk without being Able to insure it ? would you if you were a Fanner want to ill a granary full of High priced wheat or Corn without being Able to insure against loss ? no you would t. But we in the Telephone business have to do those very things. Nine tenths of our property lies of the outside exposed to fire Tornado and sleet storms and we Are not Able to cover it with a cent of insurance. Nobody wants to carry a risk like that. How often do you pick up a paper and see these lines violent windstorm wind attained a Speed of 75 Miles an hour which carried everything before it Telegraph and Telephone service please remember when you read these items that some Telephone company has lost a Large sum of Money. If a House is destroyed by lire and a Telephone instrument bums up the instrument is not insured. If you have a lire in your town and a big Lead covered Cable is destroyed the Cable is not insured. If a Tornado or a sleet storm tears Down several Miles of lines they Are not insured because no insurance company will carry the risk for us Standard Telephone company. 44

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