Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
16 Aug 1918

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16 Aug 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Postville, Iowa ocal news a mini Iichi b. Welzel is on the sick list. Stuttle was at West Union y.  Ramala ice Cream at Thoma ers. Idrew Schuler was at Ossian Fri n business. Baths for rheumatic trouble at Ille Hospital. Try Schlee was a business caller Bestville monday by Klinge of Monona visited her r Ruta Here Over sunday s. Stella Hobner began teach monday in the West Grove school e final payment on third Liberty i Bonds is due today thursday Anos and Sheet music at Schultz Shutte s in the Postville furniture b. W. Campbell and b. E. Tuttle e business visitors in Ossian last. A. J. Murphy Alla Makee s cheese a was Over from Waukon tue afternoon. A. And mrs. Frank Sebastian and Bie and family a toed to North Gregor sunday. Irs. Julia Groff of Ossian is Here Ting at the Home of her daughter s. C. E. Waters. F. Meier is assisting at the Post be state Bank this week during the of a. L. Peterson is. Kiesau & inc Loeher practising a simians. Office Over Luhman & Enders store Postville Iowa. Oscar t. Hanson left this morning Ames where he enters the school a motor mechanics of the army. Harvey Douglass took his Mother d sister Ruth and or. And mrs. F. Comstock to Mcgregor sunday. Louise Thoma returned yesterday of Cedar rapids where she had employed the past two months. Mrs. Godfrey Nicolay returned on unday from Waukon where she had Een to visit her Friend Mae Ryan. Anton Tayek and son Frank with heir families of Monona were Over unday visitors at the we. Kozelka ome. Frank Thill of Minneapolis arrived Lere yesterday having been called Ere by the illness of his father John Hill or. Mrs. Augusta Wykoff of Rockford Illinois is Here on a visit to her parents or. And mrs. Carl Mueller and other relatives. Carl g. Welzel living on the old Mcmasters farm East of town is minus Twenty chickens which were stolen from his place last week. All parties having pop bottles from last year belonging to the East Side bottling works will please return same at once to Thoma Bros. Saturday August 17, at the Postville theatre Civ lie Ray in the Loil Hopper Ami m two reel Fot pm cd. Roaring Lions and wedding Bels. Or. And mrs. Chas. Petters and or. And mrs Carl Ihm and children of Guttenberg were callers in Postville monday on their return Home from West Union. We will Send the Postville Herald with either the Chicago Tribune or the Herald. And examiner for one year for $6.00, payable with order. Chicago dailies Are now $5.00 a year. Or. And mrs. Chas. H. Huebner mrs. Rudolph Huebner and mrs. Albert Zieman were at Mcgregor Friday to visit mrs. John Gruel who is in the Hospital there recovering from an operation. The sympathy of Many friends is with or. And mrs. We. Lavelle of Postville Junction whose 10 months old babe succumbed to the ravages of whooping cough on tuesday and was buried on thursday. Or. And mrs. Emil Tetzloff have moved their household effects Back from Lansing and Are again Postville residents or. Tetzloff having accepted his old position at the meat Block in the Farmers store met Market. T Adolph Koevenig who was unable to get into the Navy at Mason City last week left sunday morning in company with Lloyd Schuler for Mitchell s. D., where they have accepted positions As freight brakeman with the Milwaukee Road. Geo. Fay Earl Abernethy Dave Bloxham Keith Gray j. L. Gregg Louis Shutte a. W. Campbell e. E. Brenner went out to Ben Erickson a South of Postville wednesday and assisted in raising a combination Corn crib and granary 24x36. Ruth Daubon Bergor received notice tuesday noon to report at onco to the National Liberty loan committee at Cedar Falls and will leave for there saturday morning. Ruth volunteered her services to the government some time ago and that she will make Good 8oe3 a without saying. Edna Large is at Oelwein visiting with friends. Mrs. We. Kozelka and son were at Monona monday. Or. R. F. Topliff dentist office Over Postville state Bank. Louis a Thorna and wife of Burr Oak visited relatives Here sunday. Regular communication of brotherly love Lodge next tuesday evening. For fire and Hail insurance see w. S. & a. C. Webster Postville Iowa. Or. And mrs. Will Everman Are the parents of a baby boy born yesterday morning. If you want fire or Tornado insurance Call on f. Ii. Welzel at Postville state Bank. Mary Eaton returned monday to her Home in Spencer after a visit to relatives Here. Speck Phillips and Heck Kohl Mann Are assisting the Farmers with threshing this week. Loraine Behrens entertained a few of her friends at her Home sunday afternoon and evening. John l. Gregg took g. A. Brooks l. O. Beucher and Clarence Smith to Waukon on business monday. For Sale a used six Cylinder 1918 Model Studebaker car. Enquire at j. P. Mcneil s garage. Miss Genevieve Ingersoll of Oelwein arrived tuesday noon to spend a week at her grandma Wegner s Home. A Fox comedy roaring Lions and wedding Bells at the Postville theatre saturday night. Don t miss it. Mrs. E. Cummings arrived sunday morning for a Short visit at the Home of her daughter mrs. Geo. Kohlmann. Mrs. Edna Halfpap of fort Dodge has been visiting her parents or. And mrs. E. H. Schroeder in this City the past two weeks. Mrs. H. Lien and Rodney went to Ontonagon mich., last evening for a two weeks visit at the Home of her sister mrs. C. A. Dayton. Blackberry ing has been quite a general habit the past two weeks there being a Large crop of wild berries in the Woods adjacent to town. Little Helene Meier celebrated her sixth birthday last saturday and invited six of her playmates in to help make the occasion Aji Appy one. Are you sick then you should take Napra Pathic and suggestive therapeutic treatments and get Well. Or. O. A. Kinsel Postville Iowa. Miss Verla Bellows of Pettibone n. D., who has been visiting Post ill relatives for some time past left on wednesday morning for her Home. Or. And i s. H. S. Luhman were called to Alexandria neb., sunday by a Telegram announcing the death of their Niece mrs. Or. Sewell Nee Lottie Schultz and family of Waukon were in town monday and made us a Short Call. is helping his father Joe Schultz up near Castalia with harvesting a few Days. A quartet of Waukon boys consisting of Andy Bock Geo. L. Hew it Ben Svebakken and or. Johnson a toed Over to Postville sunday Forenoon and pulled the Herald Latch string. 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 Mark Piatt of Chicago arrived in Postville sunday morning on his Reg ular vacation visit at the Home of his sister mrs. E. P. Durno and with Many old Postville friends. Mrs. Piatt joined him Here thursday morning being detained by the serious illness of her sister. Myron Greenberg representing the e. G. Staude manufacturing co., of st. Paul has been in town this week interesting the Farmers of this Community in that company s new farm tractor. He also made this office a Call and gave us a few pointers on the Workings of a Linotype he hav ing been an operator on one of these machines in the twin cities. Miss Anna Hanson who for some months past has been head Saleslady at Luhman & Sanders store left on tuesday morning for Mitchell s. D., where she has accepted a Fine position with the Blinn store As stenographer and bookkeeper. Before entering upon her duties she will make a trip to Denver. During her stay in Postville miss Hanson has made Many friends by her Ladylike and affable disposition. We chanced to meet with a Stran Gor in Postville wednesday noon and he casually remarked this is the old Home town of or. John r. and on being asked if he know or. Mott he replied that he did quite Well having a number of years ago been or. Mott s private Secretary for a Timo. The stranger was Newton a. Roberts of Ottumwa an attorney who happens to be run Hing for county attorney in his Home county this fall. Have your Auto painted up and a made to look like new by an experienced Workman Price $25. Inquire at Moore s hotel Postville. J. Olson. Mrs. Henry j. Schultz and children of Davenport Are visiting friends and relatives Here. Regular monthly meeting of the Eastern Star Lodge next monday evening. . W. E. Durno was an Over sunday visitor in Ossian with her sister mrs. F. Frantzen. A. L. Peterson and Dick went to Lake Okoboji sunday morning to visit or. Peterson s father Louis Willenberger and family and or. And mrs. F. H. Welzel were de Corah visitors last sunday. Mrs. Fred w. Tuttle left Friday night for Mooseheart 111., to visit her husband who is in training there. Keith Gray took his Mother and sister Ethel to Cresco this afternoon where the latter two will visit for a time. Amy Meier Amy Bloxham and win neared Phillip arrived Home saturday morning from Chicago where they had been to attend school. P. L. Pettit returned yesterday Frog Alexis 111., and reports his father As being on the mend. His wife and Phillip will return saturday. For sales. C. Rhode Island red cockerel won at Winona Independence and Oelwein and oter shows. Enquire of m. Christopher Postville Iowa. Toots White of Volga City was a Postville visitor for a Short time this morning being Enro Ute to Decorah fair where his brother Gordon has a trotting horse entered in the races. C. T. Mcwilliams came Down from Chester saturday night to visit his Mother and sister mrs. F. J. Thoma. He returned on monday accompanied by his wife and son Paul who had been visiting Here since wednesday. Art Webster Leo Beucher Frank Gates and or. Cole got so anxious for a Bath tuesday they left for Fayette to take Ohe a Bath. However a few drops of water from the skies scared them out and so we Don t suppose they la have a soak until next year about this time. They Are just like camels they can go a Long time without water. Notice. All those who have attained the age of 21 years since june 5,1918, will be required to Register at the court House in Waukon on August 24, 1918. Automobile painting. T1ik Rossville Mauk it. Thursday Aii rust 15 outs. To hurley.80- .85 Corn. Wheat. Timothy. 8.00 ,n hogs.-. 10.50-17.60 flit cows. 7.00-10.00 cantors and cutters. 5.00 7.00 Heiters. 7.00-10.00 hulls. 7.00 Stock Cuttle. Veals. 12.00-15.00 hides. A horse hides. 5.75 kegs. .80 Creamery butter. .-17 snip us a. .25 hons.20 a boosters. .18 notes on the Market. Oats Market steady for the week. Barley Worth 90c to $1 in Chicago. Hogs about 50c lower than the first of the week. Wheat yields in this Section 20 to 30 bushels to the acre. Timothy seed yields in this Vicinity the largest Ever known. The Best Fields Are reported 10 to 12 bushels to the acre. Corn Federal weather and crop reporter at Des Moines estimates that Southern Iowa has lost 25,000,-000 bushels of Corn As a result of the hot weather and drouth. Cattle grass Butcher steers from 50c to $1.00 lower for the week with top steers about steady. Stockers feeders and Butcher cows and heifers steady to Strong for the week. Lump Coal for threshing for Wale by Hall Roberts son Postville Iowa that Darky Soldier in new York who when asked where he was going remarked that he was on his Way to Berlin but might Stop off in France was mighty optimistic but he voiced the sentiment of the nation. A lot of Postville folks went to Decorah fair wednesday a Heap on thursday and a pile More will go Over tomorrow if the weather Man behaves As he ought. Decorah has a Good fair again this year and is having a Good attendance. The attractions and races Are All Good and there is a fair showing of exhibits in most every department. As was the Case last Yeai Ruth Law and her flying machine were the Magnet that Drew the crowds and the flights this daring lady makes twice daily Are certainly Worth the journey and the Price if there was nothing else to see. The ladies of the congregational Church were Well entertained last Friday evening by their daughters on two of Postville s prettiest lawns. A excellent supper was served at mrs. Baily s by a very efficient committee with Edith Orr As chairman. Everyone was apparently in a very thankful mood for the offering was Over Twenty dollars. After supper there was a general exodus of people and chairs to the Marston Lawn where a chorus of eleven japanese Maidens Sang the feast of the Little lanterns. A Beautiful Garden scene formed the setting for the charming operetta. The music was interesting As Well As pretty. Miss prior not Only makes a Lovely Princess but a Fine stage manager As Well. Notice. I will not be responsible for any debts made by , Edwin. John Saueressig. Postville Iowa August 14, 1918. Mickie says per be \ \ cum the to eve wow Don t know Elk saw i Prin of Liq one turn out m the Shoppe. \ d be Fitu Antn fms Here Job press of an Nih to \ j Castalia. Little Morton st is getting along nicely. Miss Helen Shelmer returned from Waterloo saturday. Miss Louisa Mann of Ossian spent the past week at Home. Otis Dowd returned to Ottumwa monday to resume work. Or. And mrs. J. H. Inc Askern went to South Dakota thursday. . Riggs and family spent sunday with relatives at Aurora. Charley Birdsill returned to Des Moines sunday after a week s visit Here. The misses Barrett of Hampton came saturday to visit at the t. H. Barrett Home. Mrs. Howard Gordon of Postville was a guest at the Henry Meyer Home monday. Misses Lucile and Blanche Harvey of Postville visited at the Frank Harvey Home last week. Harvey Buddenburg has been changed from great lakes training station to new York. Mrs. Kate Smorstad purchased the Peck lot Between the Uhley and Gibbs Homes last week. Or. And mrs. John Snamiska of Milwaukee came Friday to visit her brother Chas. Schara and family. Or. And mrs. Theodore Schrack of Alma neb., visited her sister mrs. Sarah Sphar the latter part of the week. Mrs. Joe Slorah of Dos Moines came sunday to visit her parents or. And mrs. Woolsey. Or. Slorah and Leo went on to Frankville to visit his parents. The lutheran service Flap was dedicated sunday evening. Ten stars be on the Flag for the following boy George and Joe bait Harvey Buddenburg ichas1. Schwei Nous Louis Brandt will Fischer Chas. Schavee Otto and Carl barrels. The infant daughter of or. And mrs. Chester Meeker passed away at Waterloo and was brought Back for interment monday. The Little one Vas nearly 22 months old. Rev. Licks and choir officiated at the services which were held at the Centennial Church. A. J. Schutte and Geo. Moore of Clermont had a collision monday evening at the Corner near the will Fischer Home. The Cornfield intercepts the View of the Road. The Moore s were returning from the Meeker funeral. They were bruised and got a severe shaking up. The cars were badly damaged. Castalia had a patriotic demonstration Friday evening and it was some Lively Burg for awhile. Bells were rung the Cannon discharged and the hand rendered several selections. Many out in the country drove in to Nee what was the cause of the Celebration and were Here to join in the Parade headed by the band the suffragettes gaily bringing up the rear. . At Luhm ill a la ii Ifill is Ini i Liui = summer dress goods 1 lawns voiles of axons Etc. 1 ready made dresses made up of Nice Cool materials pretty parasols in the newest styles and patterns = middy blouses that Are neat and attractive 1 Georgette and crepe de Chine waists 1 n pm Jim mini Iii Iii ii Winnie Nii ii Iii i Iii i 7 if you re coming to make the Bear clothing store your Headquarters if not come some other time and get More for your Money than anywhere in the country Decorah be

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