Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
13 Dec 1918

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13 Dec 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Postville, Iowa Christmas gifts for every member of your family the gift supreme for the whole family an Edison. Hear the world s greatest artists right in your own Home surrounded by the members of your family. Edison has the greatest artists in the. World today the artists of today. We shall be pleased to place an Lul Sou Diamond disc phonograph with a number of latest non breakable records in your Home at an time on free trial. Come in and talk it Over with us today. Postville Herald we. J. Klingbeil publisher subscription run a raft or year All Yub Soi in turns payable strip by in guv Siw my Orus Muf raft card sent on application. Kern Ila thu j Ost Tilon at 1 Stville Iowa As a Eauil class Nuil matter. Friday december 13, 1918 symphony Lawn stationery put up in Beautiful boxes makes an Ideal gift. Liggett s chocolates perfumes jewelry toilet articles manicure toilet military shaving and travelling sets Comfort kits Parker Fountain pens safety razors flashlights hot water bottles ice Caps Bath Spray brushes. Thermos bottles hairbrushes mirrors cameras Home Comfort sewing baskets. Complete line of toys of All kinds for the Little folks. Pharmacy the Rexall store nearby correspondence Farmers uru. Greta Church is Bael Lur irl Lor rat unit in a in. Dan Geurdon from this week. The sophomores enjoyed a is dulling party Friday. Iwo Moit member Haw Vietn us a did to Tow Chc Rai class j the Young folks a Joyed a coast Init party sunday evening j r Liss Lida Lilus is pending a few Days with Flossie Moon j Jean Reardon. Of South Dakota is i visiting at the Dan Karilon Home j or. And mrs. L. Oelke and Bernini j Oelke were Monona callers saturday j Loui full Raf Lei t for College at Montfort minn., the first of the j week. Or. And mrs. John Schrader and son spent sunday at the James Mathews or. Home. Miss Entwistle former Urso of mrs. Lars Thompson returned to Uono Hii Friday. Or. And mrs. C. W. Oelke and or. And mrs. Henry Walters visited at the Earl Walter Home sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Oelke and son Dale returned Home from Monona after a weeks visit with her Mother. Mrs. De Oelke and mrs. Reka Church were called to Aberdeen s. A. By Tow death of their neice mrs. Elsie Case. Flossie Moon entertained the Jolly six last wednesday evening. The i evening was spent at games and Mil a sic after which a luncheon was served. Earl Roy and Frank Walter went j to Riceville monday to attend Tiv a funeral of Ross Walter. They re i Cei Ved word two Days later that his i wife died of the san sickness. J mrs. G Argo Ziegler received word j that her Mother mrs. Maack of Earl Villo passed away As the result of a paralytic stroke. I mrs. G. M. Lambert to Kice Villo wednesday to assist in the Enre i of her Broglie Winlaw Fred Walter who is ill with the flu. Rev. Orth or. Gilmore and air and mrs. J. Of Miller wore Kimchi Ion guests of or. And mrs. Fred splies on thursday evening. Mrs. H. -1. Schultz. Of Postville name tuesday to take Cai a of her daughter mrs. Ben Overbeck. They Are ail ill with the flu. Rev. Orth gave a very Fine speech thursday. Evening. The crowd was not As Large As it might have a in had not the people been afraid of the ii. Our schools churches and All Public gatherings and places have Neon ordered closed owing to the tin. We have Lulu about forty , but so far none of them of a serious nature. Or. And mrs. Henry Oelke or. And mrs. We. Of Ike of i Namer Siquig. Air. And airs. W. J. Splies or. And airs. H. W. Schiill and daughter were guests at Fred splies wednesday ii Oeh a his birthday aunt Essary. Castalia. Luana. The Postville meat Market j. A. Spaugy proprietor fresh smoked Aryl pickled meats. Sausages of All kinds. Game and fish in season. We pay the highest Market prices for heavy butchering Stock eggs poultry and hides Standard phone so 40. Mrs. George Lindroth and in Arno were at Monona Friday. Mrs. Henry Rosenburg and children returned Friday from Waukon. Mrs. H. Smith of Minneapolis and car Becker were visitors Here saturday. R3 our faculty attended the teachers b Institute at Mcgregor Friday Ami  ethelfred Smith is Home the schools at Postville being closed on a re Klimt of the flu. 0 mrs. Paulson of Monona and mrs. Henry Welsch were visitors at c. W.  Hinman s tuesday. % Harry Hinman is hauling mail on a route no. 1, while his brother Clyde re and family Are ill with the flu. S a Telegram received from private �3 Lynn b. Hinman dec. 4th, states he a a had arrived in new York from Over ass is is a seas All 0. K. Stalin is a a Market at Recei Airs i. J. Alien returned monday from Cresco. Henry King mov a to he Chi is Putsch farm last week. Or. And mrs. J. H. Kneeskern retained saturday from Tipton. John Russell went to Fayette Satur a v Jeo his brother who is ill. Airs. Ai. Rodeski he went to Duluth last week to visit her daughter. Miss Rosella Witt of Ossian was an Over sunday visitor with friends. Mrs. Henry i run. Of Monona visit a at Roy us Tito Home saturday. The Rev. Harms Henry Blum a and ii. J. Spisar families have the flu. Air. And is. Las. Hunter of Bruce wis., arrived Siai Urray to visit relatives. Als. John Mcdornan of Postville was at the t.,h. Hair Jet Home the fore a it of the week. Or. Donilon of Cid Cago came Frijs i to see Joe bar tic. He returned biome tuesday night. Air. Ami aids. 1 Eck of Des Moines visited at the Louis Woc Isey Home the latter pan of the week. Alis. Kate Moris Tad returned on tour Sony from Monona where she has been several weeks taking care of he aunt. The Barrett Sale tuesday amounted to Over $10,000. The Ati. Nuance Vas Good in spite of the inclement weather. Fred Shellhamer of Camp Grain visited is Mother the latter part of he week. He came to attend heft neral of airs. Alalia Shellh Imer at Monona. Frankville. A Holiday Stock that is first j s in variety and Quality i our store is full of unique novelties and useful \ 1 articles which will make most attractive and pleas f 1 ing gifts for the big and Little folks. F = we have loads of american made toys to Pleasa the kiddies with. = = for the ladies we have a splendid line of manicure sets toilet sets and i = White Ivory All of which will make the recipient Happy. S = among the gifts appropriate for children Are dolls dishes tables Drums 5 cannons books guns Etc. I Kodak and Fountain pens for every one. Jujj s if Are asking yourself where you can buy Best you will get your 5  answer if you look through our Superior line of Holiday attractions.  Douglass pharmacy j i where Quality counts miss Amy Evans is visiting rela Tives at Burr Oak. The Village school closed thursday on account of the flu. Miss Ruth Mon Hun of Lawler is visit Lna her aunt mrs. Claude Van Wey. " Bert overhouse and beit Livin Good made a trip to West Union Friday and purchased two hounds. Miss Ruth Bollman came Home from Decorah school hav i to closed there again on account of the flu. And mis. Ferd. Hilmer went to Ludlow sunday to help care us. air Eros wife who is very ill with pneumonia a an epidemic of the flu Broka out Here last week. Nearly All the Case., Are among the children and we Are lad to Leport none Are serious so far. John Ewing received the sad news of the death of his brother dim at i Noine in Nebraska the last of last a. He left the same Day to attend a in funeral. Or. And mrs. E. E. Peck concluded their visit at the Hanry Moose Home thursday and went to Castelia for a further visit with relatives he fore returning to their Home at Des Moines. The ladies of the town made and donated nine comforters and fourteen pillows which were shipped through tha w. C. T. U. To the soldiers Hospital at fort Des Moines last week. wednesday dec. 2, at the Home of her daughter mrs. Chris Waters in Frankville mrs. Jas. Mcnair passed away after a Short illness from pneumonia following an attack of the influenza. Mrs. Mcnair was one of the Early settlers of Frankville. Her Maiden name was Niiya Augusta Pagin daughter of or. And mrs. Joel Pagin and with them came to this country in 1s51. She was born on january 21, 184 1, in City Indiana and was married dec. 14, 1869, to Jas. M. Mcnair. Three Chi Drai were Horn to them Herbert d. And Louis c. And their father Are. Dead leaving mrs. Waters As the Only surviving member of the family. She. Is also survived by one brother or. C. J. Pagin and two grandchildren Gail and Edwin Mcnair. Brief services were Hild at the Frankville cemetery at two of Elock tuesday afternoon Rev. A. R. Grant of a Seo Roh officiating. Mrs. Mcnair wus a kind hearted neighbor and a devoted wife and Mother who will be missed by Many friends. f clerk elect Toncy. Names assistant j. Clerk elect Harold Toney has see elected for his Deputy miss Oelia Lee Dati Kilter of or. And mra. Thou. Lee who is at present employed in the citizens state Bank. She ii a prof a client typewriter and the clerk s office is on Bare such services Are con i klan try in keeping the rec ords. Clerk Morstad will also remain i for a month until his successor be comos acquainted with his official do Democrat. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,11110 undivided profits Over $19,000 our fire proof vault affords a Safe place for All your valuable papers. If you have not already done so come in and rent a safety Deposit Box-si.00 yer year. 4f we pay 4 per cent per annul on time deposits left for 6, 9 or 12 months. Officers h. S. Luhman president Carl holier vice president l. 0. Beitcher cashier c. E. Waters asst cashier Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. S. Luhman John Waters we. Harris Carl hotter f. L. Williams c. W. Meier l. 0. Beitcher John c. Weihe we have everything for your Christmas dinner we have the Best oysters cranberries celery sauerkraut cabbage vegetables horse radish figs dates new and mixed nuts grape fruit naval oranges apples of All kinds grapes Tea. Coffee canned goods jello Jiffy jell Heinz Sweet and Dill pickles Catsup mince meat grape juice Apple cider fresh roasted salted and. Shelled walnuts pecans almonds brazils filberts and peanuts. No Christmas dinner should Lack purity ice Cream. For gifts we suggest a barrel of new York apples Candy in bulk or by the Box All kinds of fresh nuts cigars in bulk or by the Box pipes pipe sets and Cigar holders Humidor of smoking tobacco come in and see us while shopping for the Holiday. Thoma Bros. Good eats for the holidays Postville Iowa bep0 Sisi iss k?frt1�, 0stville Chat 0f the american red i Oss from november 1, 1918, to 30, 1918, inclusive. Receipts. November 1-balance on hand. November 19-h. Roae donation november 20-subscribing membership november 20-Fred gouge dmmtion.1 november 7-november 7-november 9-november 12- november la november 23 november 20 november 20 november 20 november 27-november 80 a Mem disbursements. Paid to us Nie error by p freight on nut shells paid to mrs. H. Shepherd. Paid to mrs. H. Shepherd. Freight on nut shells. Geo. Meier & co., a vizier Phillips & co., Bill. The Hub Bill. Luhman & sunders Bill. American red cro8�, Chicago. Balance on hand.,. L. Williams. S1.008.s6 5.00 2.00 2.00 $1,017.36 25.00 1.32 5.60 5.60 .52 2.�5 5.94 4.95 3.90 118.89 842.69 $1,017,36 l. 0. Beucher. Tre Aijrer

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