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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Postville, Iowa Postville Herald we. J. Klingbeil publisher. Subscription Price $1.50 per year All Tiibi strip hons any Noble strictly in Milr Bucu. Advertising Rato curd sent on application. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital s100.0uo undivided profits Over $19,000 our Bank is a Home institution. Our Loans Are made right Here at Home to our Sood Farmers and business men. Make a Deposit and then pay your Bills with your personal Check. It is Verj simple convenient and Safe. Come in and we will gladly explain the Manv advantages of a checking account. You will always have a receipt which cannot be disputed. The endorsed Check which will be returned to you is incontestable proof of the payment of the Bill. Entered at the Post Onlee at Vost Vullo Iowa i As second class mall matter. Friday August 30,1918 nearby correspondence Luana. Rent a Box in our new safety Deposit vault. 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. O. Beucher cashier c. E. Waters asst. Cashier Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. S. Luhman John Waters we. Harris Carl Holter f. L. Williams c. W. Meier l. O. Beucher John c. Weihe us Iii 1a War time saving 1 special on ladies 1 and misses Coats i for one week beginning Satur-1 Day August 31 and ending Satur Day september 7, we will have a special line together with our Reg-1 ular line of ladies and misses 1 Winter goats. These Coats Are made up of Good cloths of wools pushes and velours with the right 1 styles and colors. During this Sale week we will give a 10 per 1 cent reduction for Cash on these Coats. Be sure and come while you can get the pick and save Money. 1 yours to please 99 = the Quality store i Meier Phillips & co. school commences sept. 9 and in anticipation of the pupils need for school supplies we have put in a full line of Dandy new tablets pencils crayons / etc., and made the prices just right. Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store miss Caroline Overbeck was at Monona monday. The will Tewes family spent sunday at Clermont. Mrs. Kelleher of Elkader spent wednesday in Luana. Misses Connors and White of Elgin visited the Ben Frank Home recently. Mrs. Clara Haslip is spending a week in the Marston Home near Post vile. Stella Smith and Mother of Deco Rah have been visiting at Arthur Honn s. Or. And mrs. Will Tewes attended the funeral of a Cousin at Garnavillo Friday. Or. And mrs. W. J. Lindrith were among the Guttenberg picnickers sunday. Mrs. Shaffer and daughter mrs. Lambert were callers at Postville thursday. Geo. Engelhardt will Doerring and Herman Knuth purchased autos the past week. Or. Nichols and family of Giard visited his brother Charles and fam by sunday. Miss Edna Peterson of fort Atkinson called on Luana friends Friday and saturday. Or. And mrs. H. C. Miller of Chicago have been visiting or. And mrs. Robert Miller. A or. And mrs. Lewis Clark visited their daughter mrs. Harry Olson at Mcgregor recently. Or. And mrs. Roy Campbell of Castalia were sunday guests at the g. M. Lambert Home. The George will and Clyde Hin Man families were guests at the As Candee Home sunday. Rev. And mrs. Kumpf and son of Oconto Falls wis moved into the lutheran parsonage saturday. Or. And mrs. Rathbun and mrs. Haffa of Postville were tuesday guests at the Fred Haffa Home. Or. And mrs. Ben Overbeck and children and Amelia Overbeck were guests of Elgin relatives sunday. W. J. Mowing and family and miss mowing of Lemars came monday to visit at the w. Tewes Home. Supt. And mrs. Fred Smith and two children aved last week and Are settling in the Frank Lindroth House. Mrs. Carey Cayton accompanied or son Dewey to Watson sunday for a Short visit with her daughter mrs Arthur Davis. Or. And mrs. Oscar Collins and son Robert and mrs. Shaffer a toed to Clermont sunday to visit the f. K. White family. Or. And mrs. Harvey Stoehr came sunday to visit his parents or. And mrs. R. J. Stoehr. Harvey expects to go to Camp next week. Three pairs wristlets 11 sweaters 11 pyjamas 6 helmets 7 pairs Pillow slips 1 bed shirt were sent by the Luana auxiliary to the red Cross chapter at Monona monday. Or. And mrs. Fred splies or. And mrs. W. J. Splies and miss Clinda. Mcgonigle a toed to Cresco sunday and were guests at the de Mills and mrs. Clara Daubenberger Homes or. And mrs. A. E. Rowell or. And mrs. Fred Haffa or. And mrs. I Lewis Clark with the Haffa and j Rathbun families of Postville Pic-1 nicked at Mcgregor Heights sunday. Miss Bessie Burnham of Waukon was the guest of her brother Ray and wife and other friends a few Days the past week. She leaves Friday for Fontanelle where she will teach the coming year. 1 our schools open monday sept. 2. The superintendent and corps of teachers Are very anxious to become acquainted with All the people of the school District and so a Community dinner or picnic has been planned to be held at the school House monday. Everybody come arid have a Jolly Good time. Luana is making arrangements for a service Flag. Mayor Engelhardt is very anxious to obtain the names of All the boys that received their mail through the Luana Post office that Are now Iri the service. Will relatives give their names to the mayor or leave at the Post office As we do not wish to have any names overlooked that should be there. Castalia. J .11. Kneeskern and wife went to Tipton Friday. Mrs. Henry Henken returned tuesday from St Paul. Bliss Alma Uhley entertained the c. W. W. Thursday. Miss Helen Rathbun returned from Bruce wis., wednesday. Mrs. Chas. Markham returned to her Home in Minneapolis Friday. Geo. Neuenswander is moving into his new House near the m. E. Church. Will Uhley of Fairbury neb., visited his father and sister Over sunday. Mrs. Willard Bollman and two children returned from Fairbury 111., monday. Or. And mrs. J. C. Church and grandson returned to Chicago wednesday. There will be a Liberty social at Castalia saturday evening. Liberty sundae served. Miss Anna Schara returned wednesday after a several weeks visit at Cumberland wis. Or. And mrs. M. P. Riggs and mrs. Chas. Markham returned thursday from Minneapolis. Or. And mrs. S. A. Hunter and Roy attended the funeral of a relative at Arlington thursday. Mrs. Irvin Allen and Besie of Postville attended the meeting at Rev. Hicks Home thursday. John wander or. Of Clermont visited his son George and family the latter part of the week. Or. And mrs. Roy Hunter or. And mrs. Geo. Bucknam were visitors at Osage the latter part of the week. A number of the Young folks had a Surprise party for miss Cleora my Martin thursday evening. She leaves Friday for Waterloo to take a Busi nes course. Gene Malloy went to Des Moines Friday to accept the position of Secretary for the k. Of c. Organization. Mae Malloy will assist in the Bank during his absence. Frankville. Farmersburg. Read outwitting the Hun Elmer Mahncke is at the state fair this week. Bess Everall left monday to resume her school work in Minnesota. De Knight and family were Here sunday visiting relatives and Many friends. We. Schultz and family of Luana were sunday visitors at the Carl Radloff Home. A family reunion was held at the Helmuth Oelke Home sunday it being Helmuth s birthday. Rev. Fred Draehn and family of Mendota 111., Are Here visiting at the Louis Miller Home. Mrs. De Hoffr and mrs. We. O Brien of Elkader were callers at the Home of mrs. Dahlstrom last wednesday. Or. And mrs. We. Taake George Radloff and family and mrs. We. Schmidt were visitors at the George Taake Home near Clayton Center. Mrs. Hugo Engelhardt and daughter Bernice left with their household goods for Duluth minn., where they will make their future Home. Or. And mrs. Ross and or. And mrs. Arno Oelke a toed to Dubuque tuesday from where or. Rose left for Camp Grant 111., at which place be is training. Walter Kneeskern went to decor a saturday to Register. Mrs. Frances Padden was on the sick list several Days last week. Frau Youmans of Ravena spent the week end Here with relatives. Miss Lydia Padden went to Waterloo sunday for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Sara Simpson of Postville is visiting her sister mrs. Rachel Bird Sill. Or. And mrs. Irvin Hughes a toed to Des Moines yesterday for a Short stay. Chester Peck is enjoying a visit from his Friend Clarence Juve of de Corah. Or. And mrs. Frank Bulman and Caryl visited relatives at Waukon sunday. Gene Owen and family visited Gene s sister at Caledonia minn., sunday. John Witt and Henry Floody of Castalia were callers in town wednesday. J. E Kneeskern and Earl Livin food were at Waukon on business tuesday. Tom Ryan and Edward Fitzpatrick a toed to Cresco sunday and spent the Day. Walter Van Wey arrived Home Friday from a trip to Moline 111., and Waterloo. Albert Kneeskern went to Waterloo wednesday where he has employment. The d. Y. N. T. Will meet with mrs. Nellie Spaun thursday afternoon sept. 5. Miss Lillian Jones of Centennial visited her aunt mrs. Claude Van Wey last week. I mrs. Francis Padden and mrs. Will Stock and daughter were Decorah visitors thursday. I the w. C. T. U. Will hold their annual business meeting thursday afternoon of this week. Jas. Carter and miss Jessie left tuesday for Bailey Iowa after a i several Days visit Here. J. J. Vanwey and j. A. Peck went to Decorah tuesday to attend a retail merchants conference. I a miss Fern Everett returned to Strawberry Point thursday after Ai visit t Glen Letchford s. Mrs. Frank Bulman and Caryl and mrs. Tom Bollman were Waukon Call i ers thursday afternoon. Chester Peck attended a Moonlight picnic at Decorah wednesday evening in Honor of Paul Swezey. Frank Bulman was at Waukon on business monday and mrs. Bulman filled his place at the Bank. Miss Bernice Allen of Centennial visited a the Harry Harvey and Roy Kneeskern Homes last week. Harry Olson and family arrived Home saturday from an extended visit with relatives at Waupaca wis. L. C. Spaun went to Henry brits peckers near Ossian today to begin the foundation for. His new House. J. A. Peck went to Des Moines on a business trip wednesday and will also visit at Waterloo before returning. Mrs. Sherman Bollman and Ruth and mrs. Rilla Letchford and miss Daisy Vanwey a toed to Waukon on Friday. Miss Ruth Johnson and miss Jessie Ryan came Over from Waukon this morning for a visit at the Frank Bulman Home. Mrs. J. A. Peck and Carlton and Sam Waters or. A toed to Waterloo sunday for a visit there and also at Cedar Falls. Will Padden of Denver Colorado arrived Here saturday and is a Welcome guest at the Home of his brother Roma and wife. Mike Fitzpatrick and will Schulta and families and l. C. Spaun and wife were entertained at the Gunder tinderholt Home in Ravena sunday afternoon. Sherman Bollman Robbie Waters and families misses Belle Siple and Daisy Van Wey and Carl Vanwey spent sunday taking in the sights at Mcgregor. Or. And mrs. Fred Brouillet and Helen were called to Allendorf ton tuesday morning by the death of her Niece a daughter of or. And mrs Robert Johnson. I get Rich you May or you May not become Rich but a Strong banking connection is essential in your financial plans. This Strong Bank offers its services in furthering your Success. A i Postville state Bai Oal Tai and veto tit #110,000 we. Leui president a. L. Peterson cashier c. F. Meior vice president directors Hill k. W. Roberts win. Loui we. H. Weihe b. C. I c. F. Maier a. A Peterson g. Standi h. E. Koots h mml1ic Ligan est. 1851 there is a sure Way to know dependable paint come where you see this Quality sign reserved to identify to Best paints that Heath & Milligan know How to make. Thin the Way to remove All the risk which you must admit goes vital a product one knows so Little about at the time of buying As paint to use Best prepared paint for your House for instance Means iwo Gallons to get on the Start because it goes farther then there s a labs saving for the same reason. The tones Are Rich and durable always the same. The paint properly applied on your buildings forms a dense Tough elastic Uffia capable of withstanding the destructive elements rain Snow Slat and Sand and the sure Way to know that you will get All this Protection and Beauty is to come where you see the sign of paint that Yew fam depend on. Color card and Booklet free. The Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts cheapest Chris Leer and John Leer and wife of Waukon visited at the Irving Crawford Home sunday. Mrs. Leer  who had been Here visiting returned i Home with them. I Charley Brouillet and family Tom Bollman and wife or. And mrs. Har i by Waters Vern Letchford and miss Irene Betts enjoyed a Days Outing at the Power dam sunday. G. D. Bollman and family and or. And mrs. Harry Winters and Lillian were Down from Decorah to attend the w. C. T. U. Meeting at Sherman Bollman s thursday evening. 1 Don t forget the dates for the a county sunday school convention to be held Here sept 2 and 3. A picnic dinner and supper will be served at i the parsonage on tuesday to which everyone is invited to help. Mesdames Ray and Fred Waters i Roma and Francis Padden Sherman and Tom Bollman j. A. Peck mrs. Rilla Letchford and miss Sarah Miller went to Decorah tuesday afternoon to be present at the funeral of or. Harry Gibbs. Mrs. Estella Meikle and Roy of Waukon Jim Meikle of Decorah Len and i Miller and wives and Frank Miller k. H. Waters and family of Decorah Willard Livingood and family of Bethel g. D. Bollman and wife and mrs. Harry Winters of Decorah were among those who attended the funeral of Lewis Meikel monday afternoon. The w. C. T. U. Met with mrs. Edna Bollman thursday evening and a very enjoyable time was had. A Good program was Given with miss Ida Bollman and Ruth Padden Lead ers As follows instrumental miss Ruth Bollman song America. Solo miss Lillian Winters. Instrumental Dorothy Kneeskern. Solo miss Irene Betts. Duet miss Lydia Padden and miss Ruth Bollman. Solo Paul Topel. Dialogue living Van Wey and Dorothy Kneeskern. An interesting address on Temperance work by Paul Topel. Solo miss Ruth Bollman. Talk on fort Des Moines Hospital mrs. Kate Cream was served at the close of the program the proceeds to be sent to the Benedict Home. Last Friday John Hammel and John Casten went to Des Moines to attend the state fair but on monday a message came for or. Hammel calling him to Milwaukee to the bedside of his son Charley who is seriously sick As a result of the mumps. Or Hammel and or. Casten came Home tuesday and or. Hammel and his daughter Pearl left the same Day for Milwaukee adenoids the most common cause of1 Ness in children. Or. A. H. Weber has a new n no chloroform or Ether used. Adenoids Are in the Throat jul the edges of the posterior nasal sages not in the nose. Great improvement follows cure. The Little daughter of Nels j son mail Carrier of Rad Lite getting deaf. She had adenoids Catarrh and cured he she now hears Well. A. Bash Stuart Geo. Bote Ackley John Bollock Hardy Regan Winterset and Many o1 or. A. H. Webe diseases of the Eye b nose and Throat treated glasses perfectly Fitt will be at commercial hotel Post Vil Lvi onday september 2 from 7 a. M. To 1 p. Arlington hotel Monona after 1 p. In. Of same Day. Examination free. Notice. I will not Ibe responsible for debts made by my son Edwin a John sauoressig., Postville Jown August 14, 1918. 84

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