Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
19 Jul 1918

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19 Jul 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Postville, Iowa a ocal news i 8 Onrad Welzel is on the sick Tillice Cream at Thoma Jar mooting o. E. S. Next mod ii " a pin for Sale. Inquire now Tuller. A Webster and family were at saturday. Honn of Monona was a her wednesday. And mrs. We. Baltz were visitors sunday pity is putting in a big Bunch of a Crossi us. Baths for rheumatic trouble at Tville Hospital. Get Andrew Stockman is Here on to her father John Hammel. A Mac and mrs. A. S. Lint Dick Antei for mrs. J. 15. Hart last even e weaker sex at the Post Heater saturday evening july of Kiesau & Kel Lelieur practising ians. Office Over Luhman & i is. P. Beucher and family were at Berg suday making the trip to. Jyce Carlin of Castalia was opera Jil onday for appendectomy at Post Sotl Ospital. Was Morrison went to Payette on to Day to visit her sister mrs. Fprd Otley. Isth Brooks of Icorn Ink Iowa a he saturday for a visit with rela and friends. C. Peterson of fan Kersburg was Cid for ruptured appendix at the ,5yilc Hospital Friday. We. And mrs. Jred Miller and or. Mrs Rudulph Lluc Bur were Ikon visitors Friday. It Sale a new wide tire wag Jund a now Concrete mixer. Frank founds l Stville Iowa. Or. And mrs. Cloy e. Waters relied from their visit with relatives Webster City monday. Iss Sophie was returned Sal a from a several Days visit to mrs. Rath him at Prairie in a bin r. And mrs. John Falb of Elgin e visitors at the Fred Schultz e in grand Meadow sunday or monuments of every description i on or write e a Liggen sack. Using Iowa. All work guaranteed or. A. A. Schmidt a ova Lias i Olliee to abolished in the Postville Hospital y and night Calls promptly attended i and mrs. Rudolph Huebner and r. Aud mrs. Fred j. Miller went to Waterloo this morn no on business a Auto. Miss Verla Hart came monday Eving from los Angeles to join her other in a vis it to Many Postville kinds. Or. And mrs. Will Furmon and is. J. S. Reynolds of Farmersburg sited at the Fred Schultz Home on unday. Mrs. John Steele and children re red to their Home in Nashua on wednesday after a visit Here to the Teele families. Alla Makee county will furnish 98 in for the july draft of which 84 eave Waukon on july 26 for Camp ordon Georgia mrs Budge and mrs. Laplant who were Here on a visit to friends and relatives departed for Detroit mich., saturday evening. We. Fullgraf and John Krambeer Beer and their wives came up from Monona wednesday to attend the funeral of mrs. Carl Thieu. J. W. Campbell a. J. Phillips g a. Brooks and Ben w. Lange went to Bessville saturday night and installed the Odd Fellows officers. Or. Aud mrs. Bobbie Sebastian and or. And mrs. Frank Sebastian a toed to Crosco sunday and spent the Day at Toto Home of mrs. Ii. W. Meyer. L. H. Schroeder took mrs. Schroe Der and. Clara to Cresco thursday. The ladies remained for a longer visit but Louis returned the same Day. Mrs. F. H. Lahnum left saturday night for a visit with her sister in Rockford iii., and from there will go to Camp Grant to her brother in Law. Mrs. M. M Nali visited at the John Schultz Home last week while or. Nali was at Camp Dodge visiting the boys who have gone there to. R Vicinity. Postville has the lowest and youngest mayor on Earth lie having arrived it Postville Hospital this morning to spend his minor years with or. And mrs w. Ii. Burl . And mrs. Fred Riley were at Hawkey Over sunday and returned monday bringing with them miss Laura a sister of Fred a who will visit for a Short time. Or. R. F. Topliff dentist office Over Postville state Bank Victor Meyer and Friedrich Bros each have a new Reo six. Or. And mrs. Ben Krambeer were up from Luana tuesday. Apricots and plums for Canning get them now at Thoma Bros. For Are and Hail insurance see w. S. And a. 0. Webster Postville Iowa. Ruta Klinge was a visitor with Home folks in Monona Over sunday. Pianos and Sheet music at Schultz & Schultz s in the Postville furniture store. Mrs Julius Tangeman of Garna Villo died at the Dubuque Hospital monday. The win. Gordon Home on Henderson Prairie was quarantined yesterday for smallpox. Have Doc scratch you on the leg or else on the Arm and col. Smallpox can do you no harm. Fred Meiske and family and or. And mrs. Geo. Meier were Mcgregor visitors sunday. Bills orchestra plays for the big dance at the Luana opera House on saturday july 27. Wanted to rent a Good dwelling House on or about september first. Inquire at this office. Miss Abbie Laughlin came from Spokane wash., saturday for a visit with relatives and friends. Plain and fancy sewing done to order. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Austin h. Jones Postville Iowa. Edward l. Burdick went to Des Moines monday to accept with the Bell Telephone company. The allies filled the barbarians of Berlin full of cold steel yesterday and advanced four Miles on a 25-mile front word has been received of the Safe arrival in France of Luver Schultz Hatry Haffa and Joe Haynack of this City. Mrs. Allanson of Waukon who was on her Way to Missouri was a was a visitor at the Frank Comstock Home tuesday. Or. O. A. Kin sol will leave on sunday july 21, for Chicago to take a two week s Post graduate course at mercy Hospital. Are Yon Side then Yon should Lake a Pra Pathic and suggestive tue non in treatments and get Well. Or. O. A. Icin Sel Postville loin. Or. And mrs. We. Loney of Waverly were at Bert Waters last week thursday but their daughter remains for a longer visit. Mrs. Louis Hill left wednesday on the return trip to her Home in Columbus Ohio going by Way of Madison wis., for a Short visit. Some thoroughly modern dwellings and Choice residence lots in Postville Good location Are offered for Sale at a reasonable pm ice. Chris. Krumn. Rudolph rein and miss Charlotte Boucher went to Cedar rapids yesterday to commit Matrimony and with friends innumerable to congratulate. For sales. C. Rhode Island red cockerel won at Winona Independence and Oelwein and oter shows. Enquire of m. Christopher Postville Iowa. Mrs. John Snyder and miss Catherine Schade of Lawrenceburg tenn., and mrs. Tom Andre of Bridgeport wis., Are guests at the a. Worsinger Home. Miss Minnie Shutto came monday from Chicago to spend her two weeks vacation with her parents or. And mrs. The Mutli Sel Nicette relatives and Iray friends. Mrs. John Buchsteiner and chill Dren of Reedsburg wis., who have been visiting relatives and friends Here the last to weeks returned to their ome today. Louie Groth and Fred Kohl or of Elgin Fred Humphrey of Clermont and Tolbort Cohrs of Postville were oper a Ted at Postville Hospital tuesday for tonsils and adenoids or. And mrs. Paul Sonnkalb or. And mrs. Chris Salzgeber Rev. J. J. Clune and mrs. Elizabeth Sonnkalb made an Auto trip to West Union Elkader and Mcgregor sunday. The Herman and Wencil Lansing families came Down from Ossian on sunday night to see Fred Tuttle off to Mooseheart 111., to join the Cement workers in Uncle Sam s service. Mrs. Amy Bike of Marcus wash., and miss Helen Haines of Independence who have been visiting relatives Here for some Timo past departed for their respective Homes on wednesday. Among Mcgregor visitors sunday were or. And mrs. A. L. Meier or. And mrs. Fred Luhman or. And is. Henry Luhman and mrs. A. E. Cornell j. H. Dannenbrink and family and miss Hattie Mott. The annual convention of the win us Hook and Allum Keo Vav. C. T. I. Will be held in Toto congregational Church Postville aug. 8 and i. Mrs Ida u. Wise Smith Stato president expects to Liu in attendance and help Ali Ridout to no convention giving an and dross the Tirats evening the red x social in the Fay District wednesday eve was a splendid Success Boc Lully and financially music Tor the event being furnished by the Postville band. The receipts from the Sale of baskets were $-10 45. Postville s Young beauties Are in Camp at the old Stone House this week and according to a wireless from them yesterday they Are having a Good time despite the frequent in Clemencier o the weather. Secretary Bailey is getting ready to boost Decorah s big fair which will be held August 13 to 16. As usual it will be a Hummer with the world s highest flyer miss Ruth Law As the big attraction. I Klein finished his vacation visit in Postville saturday night and left for Chicago where allot Marshall Field s travelling salesmen assemble this week to get posted on the new i lines of goods and enjoy the Hospital a Ity of this great wholesale House. Rev. John c. Orth president of the Germa american patriotic association will speak in Castalia on the j evening of july 22, at eight o clock. He has a wonderful message of kindness for those of German extraction j the weaker sex a tremendous Effort in the cause of Justice and morals in which a woman proves her right to stand on a plane of mental Equality with a Man will be shown saturday night at Postville theatre. Mrs Ann Waters most delightfully entertained a party of twelve ladies at a sleepless party on tuesday evening in Honor of mrs j. B. Hart. These parties Are Best known by the Misnomer slumber party " As no body Ever goes to sleep at one1. Mrs. Godfrey Staadt George and John Thoma George and Conrad of this City were at f Elkader tues Day to attend the funeral of their relative Robert v. Schmidt a Well known Aud highly respected resident of that City who was Laid to rest with masonic honors. The boys from this Vicinity who Are to go with the july draft and also those who registered last at Waukon this week for examination As to their physical qualifications. Gilbert Sanders j. H. Dannenbrink Geo. Kohlmann and Roy Pettit a toed to Elgin Friday. Or. And mrs. Otto lion Dick and the Lottie arid Helen lieu her went by an to to Camp Dodge last Friday to visit Harry Boucher and of course to meet the other boys from this locality i of there and found them ill in Good Ileal til and spirits and anxious to get across to help hit the huns a own. At a meeting held Early this week to consider putting Postville business places on a strictly Cash basis in every line it was unanimously agreed to adopt that plan. Fred Luhman a c. Comstock Hart Fleming and Harvey Roberts were appointed to draft plans suitable to All lines and present them at an adjourned meeting next monday night mrs. W. J. Woodworth returned to her Home in Chicago sunday noon Afler a visit to her husband who is Here promoting the Dubuque packing con Corn. In a letter to her husband received yesterday she Speaks highly of the pleasant time shown her by the people of this City and says she enjoyed her first trip West of Chicago immensely. Summer saturday be to save Money the to Stville Mak Kkt. Thursday july is Oats. Hurley. Corn. Wheat. Timothy. Lings. Hi-"0 a a i a. banners and cutlers. 5.00 i Leif is. i hulls. st a Little. Veals. 12 kill tiles. Iris. Creamery a liens1 a boosters. 11.00 11.00 on is otes on Trio Market. Over there they go. Hogs hogs advanced $1.00 be cwt. The past few Days. Cattle four cars of Good steers shipped from Postville monday. The Banks Felt the effect of the shipment Corn is 35c higher than two weeks ago. Oats Oats continue higher in the face of a big crop. Wheat wheat is going. 30 to 40 bushels per acre in Missouri and Illinois. Timothy the Timothy crop in Sou them Iowa is reported As n failure experts figure the total crop of the u s. As 25 per cent Short. I 1 you lose mom " if you Don t feed the following from this locality will go in the july Calls to help in copping off the Kaiser Postville Frank Mcwilliams Frederick j. Miller Otto g. Foels we. V. Phillips George Leo Hanks David p. Phillips John Matts Ralph e. Green Andy e. Clark Fred g. Lange Charley Webster Wilmer Webster Rudolph Hein Edmond White Lester e. S. Harnack Herbert h. Gass Oscar Baker Erin w. Schultz Richard f. Williams Verni h. Engel Elmer Trudo John b. Wersinger Milton Gordon Theodore h. Baker Luana. Henry w. Schroeder Edgar f. Krueger Emer Christopherson Max. Shinman Elmer j. Schotte Leo m. Mielke. Monona. Harvey f. Sasa Matthew Wiedemann George licht George Wilson Glen a. Degraw Honry j. Appel Herbert f. Huffor Emanuel Kozelka to the hog for Sale by 1 Hall Roberts son Postville Iowa v Postville has two cases of smallpox at this writing. The mrs. Eva Jones Home was quarantined on saturday evening and the Home of agent Miller of the Milwaukee was duly labelled on sunday evening. Both of the cases Are of a very mild nature and there is Little fear of a further spread of spread of the disease. A report has just come in that the we. Brandt Home in West Postville was quarantined this Forenoon making j a total of three cases. J or. And mrs. A. A. Schmidt and Joyce Gertrude and or. And mrs. J. K 1 Erry a toed Over to Dover Blin sunday where the Johns system was holding Forth and visited Talieh daughters Leila n. Schmidt and Maude l Crry who comprise the i Erry-1 Schmidt co and found them Well i Happy and enjoying then urst season s Chou Tuunga work immensely and the Hearty encores after each number on program is the Best evidence in Trio world they arc making Good. How Mph of your profit Money saved is Money made. Farm machinery deteriorates if continually exposed to the weather. After each Winter in the open it runs harder costs More to keep in repair and is Worth less. Keep your machinery always in Good working order by providing an implement shed. The increased life and satisfaction you will get out of your machinery will quickly repay you for the Cost of a shed. And in building it remember that it is Economy to use for the outside White Pine the one Wood that endures years of exposure without warping or twisting or rotting. The one Wood that makes building a pleasure and White Pine buildings increase the Market value of your farm. Practical working plans of pacification and a Complete Bill of material for the Octagon Type of implement shed or. Any other farm building will be furnished you on request together with our estimate of the Cost. The Octagon Type of implement shed is designed to give big capacity and greatest ease of handling your machinery in and out. We also have plans of cheaper Sheds. Future business and our standing in the Community depend upon serving you to the last degree of satisfaction. Somers Independent lumber go. F. C. Comstock manager there is nothing the Soldier boys in Camp and abroad like to get better than Kodak pictures of the Home folks. Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts

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