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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Postville, Iowa
ocal news Ndrew Schuler was an Ossian unday. Hoth went to Waukon Sun business. Paths for rheumatic trouble at e Hospital. Herald is printing six pages this week. Ready razors $1.00 at the pharmacy. F. Topliff dentist office Stville state Bank o Dill pickles five for ten t Luhman & Sanders. Hilma Krambeer of Monona Postville visitor tuesday. Velma Brandt has resigned Reship at the variety store Rew Schuler was a business at Dewitt Iowa last Friday is. Anna Mateio returned from sit to Minneapolis last Friday e Hurley of Elkader visited he friends and relatives Sun. Wiltberger was called to to last saturday to conduct a fun the third payment on your Liberty loan before next Day. Gest assortment of popular rights 60c at the Douglass Acy. R walnuts Alberts brazils be almonds and mixed nuts at Bros. Man Klemme and daughter of. Were sunday visitors at the Hoth Home. Middlebrook went to Gutten Phyllis Lavelle returned from de Corah monday. For Sale or rent the residence of the late John Thill c. 0. Daniels and family were Ossian visitors sunday. Leave your Christmas tree orders at Douglass pharmacy. E. H. Prior returned saturday from his business trip to Elkader. Jumbo Dill pickles five for cents at Luhman & Sanders. W. W. Haines returned Las to his Home in Enid Oklahoma ten ordinance no. 133. An ordinance providing for the removal of Snow and ice from sidewalks. Be it ordained by the town Council of the incorporated town of Postville Iowa Section 1. It shall be the duty of every Pel son owning or occupying unman at within the corporate limits a a. Of Postville Iowa or the trustees of Haines returned last week any corporation or society having. ,,.�. Property within such corporation to a barrel of apples will make a Nice keep the sidewalks j Christmas present. Thoma Brothers. Riv.,.uyio, pianos and Sheet music at Schultz and Clear from & Schutte a in the Postville furniture Snow and ice. Store ,_., in front of said premises t o owned or occupied free " the accumulation of miss Ruta Klinge was an Over sunday visitor with Home folks at Monona. A Moore s non Lea Cable Fountain pen is sure to please. Douglass pharmacy. A mrs. F. C. Comstock entertained a company of lady friends last saturday evening. A Box of cigars will make him. An acceptable Gilt. Thoma Bros have lots of them. Bring your harness in Early for oiling to avoid the Rush. $1.50 per set. H. T. Roggensack. Mrs. Lena b. Hecker is Home from Oto Iowa for the holidays her school being flu shut at present. This is the Best time of the year to get your harness oiled. Price $1.50 por set. H. T. Roggensack. Mrs. Henry Miller and Ellen Gertrude were Over sunday visitors with Home folks in new Hampton. A Box of Liggett s or Funke s chocolates will please her. We have a Large selection. Thoma Bros. Louis n. Rasmusen returned to do Tupuo monday evening after a visit Section 2. If any such person occupant or trustees shall fail for twelve hours after the subsidence of any storm to perform tha duties required1 of them by the previous Section of Thig ordinance then the Street commissioner shall cause tha Snow and ice to be removed from such sidewalk and the Cost of so doing shall be charged to and collected from such owri3r, occupant or trustees. Section 3. When any Cost or costs or charges As provided in the previous Section of this ordinance Are not paid then the same shall become a Lien on said abutting property the clerk certifying the amount thereof to the county auditor and Suc h amount shall be collected As other taxes Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect and be in Force from and after its passage and publication As provided by Law. Passed and approved this 1st Day of february 1907. Joseph Nicolay mayor. Attest William Shepherd town clerk. 95 Mia Vedrook we inv. My Yunen -j----,-��.--. Wednesday to care for a Friend with local intends and relatives is ill with the flu St a Man s Tan shoe about a South of Postville. Finder will. E leave at this office. Is Edna Lange and Helen Tut clerking at the variety store no the Holiday season Little Ninie Pound boy was left at Tville Hospital monday Forenoon or. And mrs. Roy Pixler. Is i reported there Ware Nineteen the from the flu and seventeen fun at Mason City tuesday. "1 you need is a heart and a Dol to answer the red Cross Christ Roll Call dec. 16 to 23. Is. Kiesau & Kelleher practising simians. Office Over Luhman & Ders store Postville Iowa he ladies Aid society of St. Get s Church met with mrs. Dan Neil or. Last Friday evening line of manicure sets Are most Imp Lete. We Are glad to show a to you. Douglass pharmacy. For Sale-7 Poland China Brood is and 1 id Hester White Stock hog. Enry Miene r. 1, Postville Iowa. A Large number from Here took the in for Castalia tuesday morning attend the Sale of Tom Barrett & the Forenoon passenger no. 3, on e Milwaukee is now due at 9 25 change going into effect last unday. Dad Harrington returned tuesday vening from a several Days visit in Scorah with f. J. Helwig and will Biason. G. A. Brooks received word this t Eek that his Nephew Myron Brooks f Rossville was killed n France on october first. Mrs. Hugh Shepherd went to a on City sunday to take care of Nelson Leonard and family who Are cd with the flu. If you want to buy or sell a Good farm Call on or write to Ben Over Beck Luana Iowa. I have several Good farms for Sale. Owing to the european flu and the consequent quarantine the Christmas drive for the red Cross is postponed until saturday dec. 21. Lieut. John a. Palas came Home from Camp Dix new Jersey last saturday morning receiving an honorable discharge from the army. Are you sick then you should take Nap Pathic and suggestive therapeutic treatments and get Well or. O. A. Kinsel Postville Iowa. H. S. Luhman has been drawn to serve on the grand jury at the january term of the District court which will be held in Waukon beginning on tuesday january 7th s. C. Clark who has been making his Home with his daughter mrs. E h. Prior left on wednesday for Kansas City mo., to pay a visit to another daughter mrs. C. G. Morris. Clarence Moon of Mason City died at his Home in that City last saturday of influenza leaving a wife and three children. He is a son of Frank Moon a resident Here some years ago for Sale four shorthorn bulls of serviceable age and from Good milking dams. Also five High Grade Heifer Calyes sired by Dairy shorthorn . W. Green Castalia Iowa. Dorf Opperud who resides South of Postville received a message from the War department monday informing him that his son was severely wounded in France the Day before the armistice was signed. The misses Mary Fulton of Grin Nell Frances Cronan of Marengo so Woof los a raft itrrs,8ilneon wanted-15 head of Good Shropshire Breeding ewes 2 years old. Aug. Hahmann r 2, Luana . For monuments of every description Call on or write e. J. Roggensack Lansing Iowa. All work guaranteed. Mrs. A. C. Webster who has been sick with the flu at the Hospital in Mcgregor came Home tuesday afternoon. A person who is afraid of dogs is usually the one who gets bitten. The flu works the same Way. Don t get steered. Mrs. J. E. Perry returned monday from Cedar rapids where she had been to visit her daughter mrs. Bjelland. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. John Blasser of Dubuque who was recently released from military service is a guest at the Jos. Steefe Home in this City. Or. J. W. Hurley of Chicago was a Postville visitor sunday. He went to new Hampton sunday evening before returning Home Corporal Fred w. Tuttle arrived Home from fort Benjamin Harrison Indiana last saturday afternoon being mustered out of service on Friday owing to the end of the european War mrs. Fred Tuttle came Down from Ossian last saturday to join her husband who returned that Day from port Benjamin Harrison. Victor Williams arrived Home on the Early sunday morning train from Gump Zachary Taylor Kentucky from which he had been honorable discharged a few Days previous. Miss Beatrice Bachaus of Garna Villo and miss Irene Thompson of Franklin township returned to their Homes thursday after recovering from the flu at Postville Hospital Mik tary manicure toilet and shaving sets. Books perfumes kit bags Kodak and stationery any of which will make him or her a Fine Chris tons present. Get them at Thoma Bros. A the merchants of Postville Aire having an excellent Christmas Trade this year. Their stocks Are All in and people should shop Early to get the Best selections and to avoid delays in being waited on later in the season. Do your Christmas shop Ping in Postville. Mrs. Mary Lang who has Baan making her Home with her daughter mrs. We Heins died wednesday from complications developing from the flu. She was born in Germany and was Over 81 years old. The funeral will be held at the Centennial Church today. And interment math in the cemetery close by. More than 300 cases of the flu to be exact 319, have been reported to mayor burling from dec. 1 to this thursday morning. Many of these have been taking the preventive treatment at Postville Hospital and Thiec in a Large measure accounts for the very few cases where dangerous complications1 have been present yes the boys Are coming Home. And it looks mighty Good to see pm. In addition to those mentioned elsewhere the following members of the students army training corps arrived today thursday on the Rock Island Lee Burdick Joe Harris Edward Staadt Paul Marston Clifford Conley of Grinnell and Oscar Hanson from Ames. Or. And mrs. John Nastari of grand Meadow township received their first letter from their son Victor who has been in France for Over a Yaar. In All 76 letters from overseas were received Here this thursday morning. We would like a few to publish next week. Please bring them in Early col. Geo. Waters auctioneer and his Sale dates dec dec 17-aug. Kugel 5 Miles Southeast of Postville. 18_wm. Batz 1% Miles South of Castalia. For Sale dates Call write to c. E. Waters at the citizens state Bank Postville Iowa or col. Geo. Waters r. 2, Postville Iowa. Kodak Are the most appropriate gift for Young and old. The Douglass pharmacy Sells them. Tajik Rostov ill Market. Tiu Silby. December 12 outs. Vijh rely. Corn.. Wheat. Pm Timothy. 8-5 in -88 1.25 -2.110 9.s0 hogs. Lli.00 11s.u0 flit cows. Gunners ii Uil Gutter. Heifers. Bulls. Stock Little. Veals. Hides. hides. Bags. Creamery Hulor. Spring. Hens. Roosters. 4.0o- 6.60 g.od-10.00 5.00 7.60 7.00-10.00 10.00-15.00 .11 6.76 ill .72 .10 is .18 hogs the Market remains unchanged. Cattle general cattle Market from 25 to 75 cents lower for the week. The Grain markets All took a decline saturday and monday but reacted tuesday and wednesday Leav ing them at practically the same level As a week ago. The seed markets have declined somewhat during the week. Obituary. Owing to the flu epidemic Here held from the Home saturday dec. Tune invt of Chamo Ermin. Norm a waa not spared to them far and Williams and j m. Harris the Long its a i Friday last its frail Little bereaved parents have the sympathy Root was wafted Back to him who of a Host of friends. Said suffer Little children to come me wid forbid them not far .u-.-it., is with the a of the Manv kindnesses received in our Tete ont Sor la on . 5smtsrueski of the we d2sire to sex Samoa try Nany friends is with the Tion 0f the Many Kueffl Wermte to their time of sort from our friends useful presents do Christmas shopping Early we have been advocating for some time that our customers do their Christmas shopping Early. We not Only want to get the business started but it is essential that this be done. It is Essen tial that customers do their shopping Early to avoid congestion 1 later on and in order that the stores May take care of their Busi Ness in the regular routine rather than to make a crowded sea son later on. I the merchandise we have bought Early for the holidays has been arranged for some time in a most Complete form. The great Christmas stocks Are Complete and arranged for easy in Section. More can be accomplished in an hour that you spend f now than several hours of the busier Days. In our list of merchandise suitable for Christmas gifts to f the women there Are Many items needed for practical Purpo ses by every woman these need not be of a character to he worn As an ornament but May be items of wearing appear f Al such As Coats dresses furs gloves neckwear and the like. Our fur department was never More Complete than now f we have them for women and children. for a moderate Price we could not suggest anything More 1 appropriate than a pretty silk Waist we have them in a big assortment in White and colors up to $8.50. Luhman & Sanders the Christmas store in Postville 1 a Iii 111 in ii llllllllllilllllllllll1111111iiilll Iii 111111 itm11iiii i 11ii11111311iiilll111 i ii Illi Lirt has preset gifts that mean most to \ your Home what could be More appropriate and useful than a piece of furniture for a Holiday gift at this time of the year we Are Able to sell our goods at a j lower Price than at any other season due to the fact that we j buy in Large quantities. We have something for every member of the family and it will pay you to look Over our Large Stock when you go a shopping. So Many men buy Christmas gifts Here for their wives that it is an easy matter for us to assist you in selecting the proper article. And then to we often know just what particular thing their wives have been longing for. come in and inspect the hundreds of articles that will make lasting and splendid christens presents for ail the members of the household from baby to grand parents. Postville furniture store furniture rugs pianos Postville Iowa ii Ai i Init. the Rod Cross piers which were do Fred Schumacher of uti Ravillo rated by the local Farmers were sold d de Friday and was buried sunday. Saturday at Chicago a rinsing the a a of a to Fly resident of a ,. B Clayton county and Many a i Stville sum of $2782.82. In. I. Meier the acquaintances will regret to learn he local shipper handled the hogs Here is j10 m0j.o b without Cost to the red Cross cd top i. " Ter and the commission men in Chi-1 we. Gericke has about completed Cago charged neither feed nor Yard a a age for the time Thoy wore hold there the third payment 2q Par cant on the fourth Liberty a loan ? Bonds is due and payable on to. You will be doing the local Banks a favor by paying before Thi Asfe to avoid the Rush of the last Day we. Juencke mis a guv a Iii pm a
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