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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Postville, Iowa local news 111111111111111111 m ii 111111  1111111111 a 11 in Herald for All the news Rani Ala ice Cream at Thoma ers. Nning peaches and pears at Brothers. Gregg went to Dubuque on Ess wednesday of Baths for rheumatic trouble at Tville Hospital. He Cash and carry plan goes into it next monday. Lbert Knuth of Luana has Pur a new Nash car. R. And mrs. Mark Piatt returned Chicago sunday noon r. R. F. Topliff dentist office Postville state Bank. Of Harris commenced teaching in Kerr District last week. Steele came up from Nashua nday returning monday. Read Meier Phillips & co s Adver ement in this Issue and save Money. For fire and Hail insurance see w. & a. C. Webster Postville Iowa. Remember the Cash and carry an goes into effect on september St. Pianos and Sheet music at Schultz Schutte s in the Postville furniture Tore. Misses Ethyl Swenson and Grace lox am were Waukon visitors on mesday. If you want fire or Tornado insure nce Call on f. Welzel at Postville Tate Bank. " " quite a number of Postville folks Lave been taking in the West Union air this week. Or. And mrs. A. C. Webster and Bruce Are expected Home today from he state fair. Miss Marian Roach and Kathryn ii Umphrey of Elkader were Postville visitors sunday. Mrs. D. S. Stone and Viola de Enos returned from their business trip to Chicago Friday. Drs. Ici Esau & Golleher practising physicians. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store Postville Iowa. Or. And mrs. John m. Boehm went to Decorah saturday and from there went to Spring Valley Minn. Mrs. Lien and Rodney returned tuesday from their two weeks visit with relatives in Michigan. Francis Mcdonald was Down from Calina sunday to see his parents before their removal to Dubuque. Mrs. B. C. Lundin and mrs. A. E. Allard of Desmoines Are Here on a visit to the hitter s Mother mrs. Mary Glines. Thursday s papers state that it is probable the Date for registration of the 18-45 men will be saturday sept. 7th. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly the business places occupied by the Douglass pharmacy j. M. Harris Alton Harris and e. P. Durno Are being repainted. Postville s famous band has been engaged to play for the old reliable Clayton co. Fair at National on the big Day thursday. The 50th annual Alla Makee co. Fair will be held at Waukon october 1-2-3-4, 1918. Everybody try and make it a big Success. Charley Hoth and family will soon move Here from Waukon and will occupy the John Palas residence near the methodist Church. Postville merchants go on the Cash and carry basis beginning next week. Read the announcements of some of the local merchants in this Issue. Are you sick then you should take Napra Pathic and suggestive therapeutic treatments and get Well. Or. O. A. Kinsel Postville Iowa. Or. And mrs. Barry Scanlon and daughter of South Bend ind., Are Here on visit to Barry s Mother mrs. Cole at the Catholic parsonage. Father Hogan of Greene is the guest of father Clune this week and Many old friends in this locality Are pleased to meet this genial Feleman. Sixty relatives were at the Home of we. F. Baltz South of Postville Jat sunday to celebrate his birthday and All had an enjoyable time. Rev. And mrs. E. Schmidt have been enjoying a visit from their son Arthur and family who came Over from Arenzville 111., last saturday. I Eighton or was up from Monona monday evening and reported he had just received notice of the Safe arrival in France of his brother Kin Ley. A a a.  Secretary Vern Sheffert of the Luana Farmers Creamery was a Welcome caller monday and reports that factory enjoying an unusually prosperous year. The government can draft your boy and your neighbor s boy and can draft your Money and your neighbor s Money. You must buy Bonds of the fourth Liberty loan. A. E. Cornell arrived tuesday from los Angeles on a furlough from the hotel where he is employed and will spend a Short time Here visiting his wife relatives and . L. Peterson and family or. And mrs. R. F. Topliff or. And mrs. A s. Burdick miss Clara Hanson and j m. Thoma spent sunday at falling Springs Park near West Union. After september first you will be required to pay Cash at the stores and also carry your purchases with you excepting on tuesdays and fridays when deliveries will be made. Goo Kerr took Florence Marston to g Celcy sunday by Auto where she will teach the coding year. Heir am Mary Harvey Roberts Ahi Paul Martori accompanied them. A ? sp1 Sale All next week at Meier Phillips & co s. M. Fred Eberling and wife were visitors at Minneapolis Friday.  eith 9,Rai took his Mother and sister to Mcgregor sunday. Be ing happiness " at the Postville theatre saturday night. Misses Amelia and Louisa Schroeder visited friends at Elgin saturday. Mrs. J. F. Miller of Luana was shopping in Postville last saturday. The Postville schools will open a week from next monday sept. 9th saturday evening at Postville theatre emd Bennett in seeking w. G. Bulman and family a toed to Lansing sunday to spend the Day with his Uncle. Alex and Earl Abernethy Geo. J Meier and Ace Bush were fishing at Clermont sunday. Eye ear nose and Throat clinic at Postville Hospital tuesday Forenoon Only september 3. Or. And mrs. Ralph Bachtell entertained a company of friends at their farm Home last sunday. The cabbage Hill cop cooped Ira Riley up last Friday with a Vellow Banner labelled smallpox. Miss Olive Orr came Home saturday from Cedar Falls where she had been attending summer school. Miss Edna Peterson of fort Atkinson visited at the Home of her Uncle. Ace Bush and family last week. Mrs. Jacob Reinhardt and son and daughter arrived from Elgin Friday for a visit at the Geo. Bursell Home. For monuments of every description Call on or write a j. Roggensack Lansing la. All work guaranteed. Meier Phillips & co. Will have a War time saving Sale on All next week. Read their advertisement in this Issue. Mrs. Weihe mrs. Louis Schutte and son Willard returned monday from their visit at new Hartford Iowa. Harvey Douglass and his Mother and f. C. Comstock and wife were at National sunday looking Over the crops. Announcement of a special War time saving Sale is made in this Issue of the Herald. Read it and act accordingly. W. J. Woodworth Evan Swenson and c. F. Meier went to Dubuque wednesday by Auto h. J. Schuette driving them Down. E. E. Brenner accompanied by his Mother a toed to Chicago saturday to see his brother who is at the great lakes training station. Victor Ruckdaschel and Home Martin s cars collided on will Clark s Corner sunday evening and both cars were considerably damaged. Lloyd Milo Folsom Earl Frederick Miller and Chris Fritz Reinhardt Are the three who registered Here with postmaster Nicolay last saturday. A. L. Peterson took his sister in Law miss f. L. Broadgate to West Union saturday where she took the train for her Home in Washington Iowa. Mrs. J. E. Perry went to Cedar rapids saturday to meet her daughter Maude who was Enro Ute Home from a season s work with the Jones Chautauqua system. Mrs. Sam Hoesly of Monroe wis., and her Little son Milton arrived in Postville wednesday morning on a visit to her parents or. And mrs. Phil Brouillet of Frankville. Mrs. George Kohlmann and miss Maggie Mitchell very pleasantly entertained a company of friends at a six o clock Law dinner monday evening in Honor of mrs. Letha Pace of Minneapolis. Miss Irene Clark came up from Cedar rapids last thursday to spend a two weeks vacation from her studies at the business College with her parents or. And mrs. W. J. Clark and Many friends. 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 Little who was for a time Butcher at the Farmers store Market has secured a position at Hampton to which place he has moved his family being Here wednesday to look after the shipping of his household effects. Read the opening instalment of our new and intensely interesting serial Story outwitting the Hun then if you like it As Well As All did who have read it you will want to Tell your friends what a really Good Story we Are running a two line local in the Herald last week for cucumbers to be used for pickling in our household brought us promises of enough of this vegetable to Supply the entire Allied armies for a week. Another proof that Herald want ads pay. We received a Call saturday from w. E. Padden of Denver colo., who had arrived that Day on a visit to his1 brother Roma of Frankville whom he had not seen in Twenty years. Or. Padden is engaged in the Dairy business and reports crops Good in his locality. Attorney and mrs. Charles g. Burling of Clarksville and or. And mrs. F. L. Marquis of Waterloo came Over Postville saturday evening by Auto to visit at the Home of attorney and mrs. F. S. Burling and with mayor and mrs. W. Burling and their Many old friends Here wore glad of the Opportunity thus afforded to Greet them again. Herald was pleased to receive a Call on saturday last from a. Mackenstadt of Platte s. D. Mack and his family were visiting Home folks at Decorah and could not resist the temptation t Oburn a Little gasoline for the Sake of calling on old Jos Triue friends. He was at one Timo Postville s merchant tailor and a mighty Good one too and is engaged in the same line in his present location and is doing Well. He reports crops Good in that locality. Fred Oehring came up from mar Gregor sunday to visit his brother will. Gilbert Sanders Roy Pettit and h. E. Taylor of Waukon drove to Chas. City monday. The lutheran ladies Aid will hold Ita next meeting at the Home of mrs. Geo. J. Schroeder. Eye ear nose and Throat clinic at Postville Hospital tuesday Forenoon Only september 3. Henry Walters and family of Luana spent Friday afternoon at the John Schultz Home. Grand dance with Bills orchestra furnishing the inspiration at Turner Hall saturday sept. 7th, Walter Thompson and family of Sumner Iowa were sunday guests at the j. A. Spaugy Home. Or. . Harold Laughlin came Over from Decorah sunday or a visit at the e. Schroeder Home. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Sanders and family and or. And mrs. Roy Pettit Pic nicked sunday at the old Stone House. Fred Luhman took his father and Mother and miss Addie Sanders and their guests to Mcgregor Heights on sunday. Mrs. Helmuth Schutte and daughter Elizabeth went to grand Meadow Minn., saturday to visit at the de Corson Home. L. 0. Beucher and or. D. Cole and families and miss Carrie Schafer of Cascade motored to Cresco and Decorah sunday. Hazel Davis Gav a slumber party for her friends saturday evening at the Home of her grandmother mrs. Sarah Simpson. Miss Eleanor Mcdonald is having her first experience As teacher having started to teach in the de Mcneil District monday. Chas. Krumm left sunday for the Iowa state fair going As Chap Erone for a party of Stock men whom he joined at new Hampton. Gus Miller Geo. S. Tuttle Frank Bellows and a. J. Phillips wore fishing sunday in the Vicinity of the old Stone House and they got Back mrs. J. Dannenbrink and son Norman went to Marion last thursday to visit with Home folks and old friends on the old stamping ground the citizens state Bank is flying a new Flag from the pole on their new banking House. Long May she wave. The Flag was purchased through Pettit Bros. The committee for Alla Makee county having the fourth Liberty loan in charge have determined to put it Over in48 hours. Get ready now and do your share. Or. Weber s glasses fit right look right and Are right. Call monday september 2, Forenoon Only at the Home racial hotel in Postville. Examination free. L. A. Bellows and j. P. Ellis re turned tuesday noon from a trip by Auto to Pearl s farm near Marshfield wis., and report crops simply elegant there As Well As All along the route of their travels. Mrs. J. Schuette returned saturday from a several Days visit to relatives in Elkader bringing with her mrs. Hagensick and mrs. Harriet Bayless who remained until sunday evening. Down at the old and Only original Clayton co. Fair at National this year they will have a Day. And night bowery dance on thursday and Friday nights. Bills orchestra will furnish the music for the occasion. John Mcdonald and family left sunday noon for Dubuque to make their future Home John and the boys having found employment in a woodworking is . We  wish them the Best of Success i their new Home. Mrs. Lena b. Hecker returned saturday night from summer school at Iowa City and leaves today for Qto Woodbury county in the Western part of the state where she has been elected superintendent of schools for the coming year. Or. A. A. Schmidt of this City has received notice of his appointment As Railroad physician and surgeon for the Rock Island company at this Point and Postville Hospital has been designated As the official one for company cases in this locality. Miss Leila Schmidt came Home last sunday from her season s work in Chautauqua and looks As if it agreed with her. Doc says he notices but one thing wrong a with her and that is she gets up in the Middle of the night grabs her grip and wants him to lug it to the depot for her. This has been moving week in Postville for a number of families. Louis Schlie started the Ball rolling by moving into the Fred Tuttle residence we. Schultz moved into the House vacated by or. Schlie and Emil Tetlow the Butcher moved into the House vacated by or. Schultz. H., Frank Mary Pansy and h. Harold Hagensick mrs. Schroeder and miss Anna Stock of Elkader and or. And mrs. Gus Hagensick and daughter of Iowa Falls were sunday guests at the Home of or. And mrs. J. Schuette in this City and to make sure they would have a Little something to eat they brought along with them the makings of a Dandy picnic supper. On saturday last or. And mrs. A. L. Meier arid miss Amy started living again under their own Vine and Fig tree although neither the Vine nor the Fig tree As yet have their growt Fli. Anyhow they moved enough household equipment into their garage to do Light housekeeping and Are doing the morpheus act on the sleeping porch of their Fine new Home now nearing completion. Jack Wiederman and mrs. E. of Waukon drove Over to Postville sunday. Morning to get a Load of mail for the county seat and to meet the / old Man of the Democrat who was returning from Colorado where he had been to visit his son George of the Marine service who is recuperating from a Long siege of suck nest at a health resort in the Vicinity of Denver. A an announcement and an Assurance we Are proud to announce our first showing of the new Kuppenheimer clothes for the fall of 1918 with it we shall also set Forth a message of Assurance of what you can expect of this store and the merchandise associated with it under War time conditions. The certain High Quality standards that have always distinguished this store and Kuppenheimer clothes will be faithfully upheld. Perhaps our Quality merchandise will Cost a Little More. If so it is Worth it because the Best is always the cheapest in buying the Best lies the secret of True Economy. In our showing of fall suits and topcoats can be seen the value and variety and the equal of any peace time season. However in the interests of conservation we recommend that you restrict your clothes buying to actual needs. We invite you to inspect them. 44 the the Kuppenheimer House in Postville the Postville Market. Thursday August 29 Oats. 02 lliirley.70 .05 Corn. Wheat. 1.03-2. 10 Timothy. 8.00 hogs. 10.75-18.25 fut cows. 7.00-m.oo a augers Aud cutters. 5.00 7.00 heifers. 7.00-10.00 . 7.o0 Stock cattle. 8.00-12.00 Veals. 12.00-15.00 hides. A horse hides. R .75 15ggs. M Cron Mory butter. .18 a plugs. .28 hens.,. .20 .22 boosters. .18 notes on the Market. Cattle steady. Timothy seed Market steady. Corn-7 to 8c lower for the week. Hogs about steady with that of a week ago. Oats Chicago Market 2c lower than a weak ago. Barley advanced 10c last week later 6c of the Advance lost. Buy Coal from the car and save Money will have 2 or 3 cars of purity Lump in a few Days for Sale by Hall Roberts son pos Vitile Iowa 1 or. O. A. Kinsel will be Home from Chicago on sept. 9th, for the resumption of Hia practice Here. September first we go onto a Cash basis and on this Date All accounts on our books become due. All those owing us will please Call and make arrangement to take care of their accounts within 30 Days. Geo. J. Meier & co. J. Dannenbrink Luhman & Sanders Farmers Coop. Store

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