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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Postville, Iowa
Stville Herald j. Klingbeil publisher Biou Price $1.50 per your All Suli Gorlp Blo strictly in mfr Iuo Ruto curd sunt in ii i Lei ton. Fat Trio i Ost office Lolass mull Mutton. Lit i Ost Vullo Iowa fiday july 5, 1918 nala ice Cream at Boma enry Steele went to Decorah Engwik Sitiar was up from Al in Iii Label Ethyl so Canon is the new clerk Theca m. A Hal Buths for rheumatic trouble at Pijl Hospital it pm. Topi Iff dentist office Over it be state Bank. ?Rei?6avid and son Alfred were up Oziri Monona monday. A Ftp. A jul mrs. C. Ii. Meier were o visitors saturday. If. A Juicy and miss Ruth Douglass were k saturday. Jul hear the musical movies on May july 3, at Postville theat and Sheet music at Schultz & in the Postville furniture a Esau & Kelleher practising s office Over Luhman & hmm that is coming musical to Nares they sing dance talk he so feb is Negev from Down la uni Way so pleasant caller at Herald head Tairi Srb saturday. Jar red Luhman returned Friday Gilt gel of a visit to Home folks and Ien nof a Lime Springs. A. Schmidt now has his office Breed in the Postville Hospital. d night Calls promptly attended Jef Limjoc Collins of Nampa Idaho air de wifi Postville tuesday evening to nil in is Collins in a visit Here to jul Kew. C. Gibson of Dubuque was i a jct sunday visitor with Postville a psf idea the Sanders and Luhman my. G and singing motion pictures Sille theater wednesday july Mission 10 and 25c, War tax 1 Efstra. Howard Gladys and master motored Down from Cresco and spent a few hours with friends. Jed mrs. L. C. Yville Berg and Sand guests drove to West in May and spent the Day at the Alch Home. Then you should take lithic and suggestive therapy Mients and get Well. Or. 0. A. Post Villa Iowa. Schutta and Chris Fischer morning for Wyek it monday morning for Wyek-n., to install a Hatch of Hoth ers in that locality. Isa Nicolay returned saturday a w b. U at Lacrosse in i in club with the wis. Id the summer vacation wit is and Many friends Effier with headache any Long Lee or. Weber the Oculi st on uly 5. Forenoon Only at the Ial hotel. Examination free. D. Iia less and grand Daugh been Here from North Friday visiting at the her Mother mrs. Win. Shop of want a Chicago Laily if i come in and let is save Yon Pney on either the Tribune or sea Miner lie Herald. Millor Aud Eudolph Hub nor Waukon saturday to enlist in or mechanics service and if i Able to ret in will go to aus As in a Short time. Forget the grand dance at tur a Postville saturday evening j Bills orchestra will be there go wiggly juggle a music that by likes. You Are invited. Mildred daughter of or. And i Drew Stockman of Milwaukee sin Postville sunday morning it to grandpa John Hami refs by relatives in tills locality. To Kugel of the Luana locality to Herald a Call saturday and All his crops Good except his some Sonora Gill having Swip it forty of his Best hens one costly pour Minuto program at Post Jouter next tuesday Nito will la Seal pre Selod mrs. Cornell i Blancho Durno. Thursday. Miss Bessie alien will give u Lute talk. Otter to Harvey Robarts from Evler b. 0, or. 0."j blebs in it he has just been Pivon the 0aptain and expects soon to Lorre to the aviation research Kent in new York. Ira Riley was a business,.visitor in Dubuque the first of the week. Mrs. Darius Orr and daughter Eva were Crosco visitors saturday. A baby girl was born to or. And mrs Willard Vickery recently. Chautauqua week is now Here. Buy a season ticket and enjoy it All. For ire Aud Hail insurance see w. S. And a. C. Webster. Postville Iowa. Mrs Lottie Warwick came monday to spend the fourth with Home folks. S. C. Clark returned saturday from a visit to his old Home town Fayette. For Sale a new wide tire Wagon and a new Concrete mixer. Frank d. Rounds Postville Iowa. You will never regret it and never forget it if you buy a season ticket to Postville s big Chautauqua. R. N. Douglass has the filling in for Sci not walk along the South Side of his Home residence property. Lieut. Allison Swenson has been transferred from Caine Grant 111., to Aca up in Ohio As an instructor tames Mcculloch drove the Bloxham car Back from Cresco sunday and spent a Day Here visiting friends. Miss Hattie Mott has moved from the apartment Over Postville state Bank into the rooms Over the Postof fice. Mrs. Clarence Owen left wednesday noon for Lacrosse to visit her daughter Gladys who is there attending the w. B. U. The Hagenbeck Wallace circus passed thru Postville last thursday evening euro Ute from Prairie Duchien to Charles City. Leo Hanks made his second attempt to enlist in the Navy monday at Mason City but As before his impaired sight caused his rejection. Subscribers to the third Liberty loan should Bear in mind that the third instalment will be payable on thursday july 18th. Fourth ouly dance at the Luana opera House thursday july 4. Music by Bills " orchestra. Tickets si.00. Including the War tax. A dimly baby boy was born to or. And mrs. F. Peglow of Monona monday tit Postville Hospital where the Mother and child Are doing nicely. Mrs. C. G. Morris son and daughter arrived in Postville sunday morning from Savannah ga., on a visit to the Home of her sister mrs. E. Ii. Prior. This Section was visited by an All night rain saturday and near Midnight a few hunks of Hail were mixed in but no damage is reported Here Jib outs. Or. And mrs. Fred Schultz have received word that their son Orville has recently been transferred from Camp Gordon Ato Camp Mcpherson of the same state. Post twp was represented in the democratic county convention at wan Kon saturday by Joseph Nicolay a. B. Cook and we. C. Fools John Hammel taking them Over in his Ford. I. B. Mcmartin of Castalia is in receipt of a letter from his brother private Elmer Mcmartin of somewhere in France stating that he is in Good health and enjoys the French people and their ways. Or. And mrs. J. J. Klein Aud daughter Kal Horyu arrived in Postville from fort Dodge wednesday on a vacation visit to relatives Aud friends and to attend the world s greatest fourth of .1 uly Celebration. Mrs. Vic sch Flold and baby and Pauline la Lingaman of Milwaukee arrived in Postville Soliday morning on a visit to the we. Moll Home and with other relatives and Many old friends All of whom arc glad to see them. Rev. Williams will be four Minuto speaker at the big Chautauqua tent on Luly fourth during Postville s Celebration program when he will deliver a message to the people of this locality received directly from president Woodrow Wilson. Muslio Daubon Borger George Carpenter Leo Mcdonald Walter Martens Cyrus Harris and Lawrence Cook were Over saturday campers at Durno s Springs and the Way they made the Hoot owls Hoot Aud the mos Nitos sing was Worth talking about Tho Chicago Timothy seed Market Lias Taleu a decided up turn the past few Days because of decreased acreage and a Short Hay crop in Southern Iowa. It will probably pay Farmers of this Vicinity to Cut their Timothy for seed and depend of Corn stalks for cattle feed. Quite a number of town and a Outry folks went out to Louis Ileus saturday and assisted in raising a Large addition to the barn contractor George hero Der and his Crew arc erecting and of course did ample Justice to the bounteous dinner mrs. Ileitis Hud pre pared for the of Caslon. Chris Melsky a prosperous Farmer of o Lurlen county near Hartley a com pan cd a shipment of cattle to Chicago lust week and the draft to received in payment was to big it tired him All out just carrying it around so he stopped off in i Ost Vullo Over last wednes Day to rest1 up and visit his brother wed Aud sister mrs. Louis Lions Anton Tayek of Monona was a sunday visitor at the Home of his daughter mrs. Win. Kozella of this City. For monuments of every description Call on or write e. J. Rogg Risack Lansing Iowa. All work guaranteed. Mrs. G. L. Marsh returned to Chicago monday after a two weeks visit Here to her Mother mrs. Jus. Mcewen. A e. Brenner left for Lacrosse saturday noon to attend a wedding but declared he was not one of the victims will Frye of Lansing was visiting at the Home of his daughter mrs. G. H. Munz of this City the first of the week. Miss Florence Eggert returned sunday morning from a visit Home of her sister mrs. Ben Krambeer of Luana. Herman Schutta returned sunday morning from Monroe wis., where he had been to install a number of Hoth Hay mowers. Or. And mrs. . Meier went to Monona sunday noon for a visit at the Home of their son attorney d. W. Motor and family. Mrs. Alice Pixler mrs. Elizabeth Brooks and Melissa Pixler of Cherokee Are Here on a visit to the Pixler Brewer and Fay Homes. Miss Esther Sobek of Hokah minn., a Niece of or. And mrs. J. M. Lio Ehra of the commercial hotel is Here to spend Chautauqua week. Or. And mrs. Will Stockman returned monday night from their wedding trip and Are now at Home with will s Mother mrs. John Stockman. E. If. Prior j. W. Campbell Geo. S. Tut Leand Roy Petti t represented Post township saturday in the Republican county convention at Waukon. During the electrical storm wednesday morning lightning struck and killed on of Albert Foels Best Milch cows which he had just turned into the pasture. Important announcements concerning the big program of sports for our fourth of july program will be made at the Chautauqua tent at the Forenoon program s close. Rev. Miller the returned missionary from India who has been working among the lutheran churches in this locality the past ten Days left monday for Atchison Kansas. John Steele of Nashua has been visiting Postville and Monona relatives since last thursday night. We Are glad to know his family is Well and that they Are prospering in the restaurant business. Another Little Soldier arrived at the Home of or. And mrs. A. A Peterson last thursday afternoon and the family now numbers just enough to provide an occupant for each seat of their seven passenger car. Mrs. C. Rasmusen and miss Bessie came wednesday morning from Dubuque on a fourth of july visit to their daughter and sister i s. F. W. Meiske and Host of bid friends All of whom Are glad of the Opportunity to Greet them again. You can have three months free tuition and free books in one of Iowa s Best equipped business colleges if you write today to the College of Commerce Waterloo for particulars. Mid summer term july 15. Office position guaranteed. All concerns which import manufacture or handle farm implements tools machinery etc., Are required to secure licenses through the u. S. Food administration. The purpose is to secure the manufacture and distribution of farm implements at a reasonable margin of profit. E. H prior local Ifo ocl administrator. A Little the Slickest lad that Ever came to town arrived at the Home of or. And mrs Keith Gray of this City on tuesday morning and he tipped the beam at ten pounds. The Mother and son Are doing nicely and the doctor has a Little Hope of pulling Keith thru if he can get him so he won t Blush when someone addresses him As father Gray. Here s our Best wishes to no. 1. Or. And mrs. J. C. Lude Kinig and daughter a toed Over from Waukon sunday morning for a few hours visit with their son Aud brother Donald r., who arrived of the 9 31 a. M. Passenger from Champaign 111., where he had just finished his course at the ground school of aviation and was to to transferred to a flying school somewhere in Texas. As Donald had but a three Day furlough to was compelled to return on the 13 50 p. M. Train the same Day. Make the fourth a Happy one the fourth of july is a joyous Day and you should be your happiest in some of the new Cool comfortable clothes. We have some exceptional values in men s and Young men s suits including All the newest popular styles at prices that will astonish you. Gome in before you buy elsewhere. Well be glad to show them to you. Kuppenheimer and cloth Craft suits at $15.00 to $30.00 we also have a big variety of Straw and Felt hats sport shirts neckwear shoes and oxfords a. V. underwear silk Hose. Postville Iowa the he Postville Iowa Postville Iowa o if o x 1 i % % x x i a a a & a a a a " cd my my a i important read Mayer vice chairman Chicago Illinois Thijs a Ostvik is Mau Kkt. Thursday july 4 Oats. Hurley. Corn. Wheat. 1m Timothy. Hons. U.70-18.6 1 Pat caws. 8,00-u.oo cuu ours Puiul cutters. 5.00 7.00 heltas.8.00-11.50 bulls,.,. Stook Flattie. Il.00-lil.00 Veals. hides.,.,. A. .12 Horn Iii los. -t-0.00 pm. A a Ore Turnerjr buttor.47 hoiis.18 .20 ,.,-.-.ia d. R. Cohen chairman Chicago Illinois Western division of the american Board of scrap Iron dealers office of Benj. Freidman Sec y 4022 so. Wells Street Chicago ill. Chicago ill., june 18, 191s. Gentlemen the members of the american Board of scrap Iron dealers have been advised by the chairman of the sub committee on scrap Iron and steel of the american Iron & steel Institute that he has been requested by the director of steel supplies of the War industries Board to secur the co operation of All scrap dealers for the purpose of locating and reporting All lots of unprepared scrap which Are being withheld from the Mai Ket. Particularly in the form of obsolete railways old mine Heads Aud tipples which Are not being operated unused Bridges or similar structures old manufacturing plants not in operation contractors equipment Aud similar material which should be shipped to the scrap Yards for preparation. Please report with As full particulars As possible Ede adoring in every Case to get the name of the owner court or trustee having change. Please report All instances on the Blanks herewith enclosed for this purpose also please report upon All scrap that you May have on baud of All sorts prepared or unprepared. If you Are located in a Small City or town advertise in your local papers to the effect that on account of the shortage of scrap Iron it is necessary for All householders Farmers etc., to gather up their scrap and take it to the nearest scrap Yard. Your co operation in this matter will be greatly appreciated and you will kindly ill out the enclosed Blanks promptly and return same direct to w. Vernon Phillips. Chairman. Sub committee on scrap Iron and steel american Iron & steel Institute Penis Jovania building Philadelphia a. Yours very truly Western division american Board of scrap iron7 dealers from the above letter you will see that it is necessary for you to take your scrap Iron to the scrap Yard. I pay the highest Market prices for scrap Iron paying Cash for same delivered in Postville. Bring in your scrap Iron get your weight and the Postville state Bank will pay you the Cash. Harry Liepack Postville scrap Yard near the Milwaukee depot Harris & Schutte. Ami Quibol Noih sift to bulb onto no. 701. Orders taken for Llowen s of All Udud or. H. D. Cole dentist Liucc Over mrs. Kos Venig s rus Durant a. Fols0m, d. V. M. Veterinarian All Falls promptly unit world Leno Falls at Louis Sci utter s store or at residence opposite Turner Hall
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