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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Postville, Iowa i news i has a new Chevrolet la ice Cream Al Thoma a Mace Bush spent sunday Wmjilll-n80n he mras for rheumatic trouble at Jjck up ital. Hixa. Sanders Are taking Tal invoice this week. A be and plums for Canning a per at Thoma Bros. Wigertz is the operator at the my Henry Miller s illness. Geo Hsih has purchased the Oil and of Miller & Hub Drav Ksau & Kelleher practising Staic Nib. Office Over Luhman & Ptah Eschmidt left monday after Aon Fath Isit with his children at 1 a loom Fischette and family and b. Fame y spent Unay i its vant fire or Tornado insure a n p. H. Welzel at Postville be a reception last Satur a Mamie boys who leave this week bid Tuttle went to Ossian Bor a few Days visit under vital roof Fenes and family of Manley Jug Graj tuesday for a visit at the Home. In Lviv Knuth of Luana were Post tuesday Morfe a. E. Cornell returned from Sraj Msj Page tuesday she reports g�rw5�n Good health. Lansing and his sister Dora or were in Postville a Short nday afternoon. Pm. Moll very pleasantly in t company of friends at her saturday evening Jjo moments of every description Tor write b. J. Roggensack Iowa All work guaranteed. Sale a Good seven room yith Cistern Well barn Wood-2 lots. Enquire at this1 of Kofi we. Bugenhagen and mrs. A. Candee and Edna Ames flin were at Camp Dodge to vis Candee and other Clayton co. Brenner left for Kenosha Friday evening. He will also it Lacrosse before returning Job Siulc then you should take Ftp attic and 8uggestivertlicrapu-atments and get Well. Or. 0. A. A Postville Iowa. Lubbers and family were Sun sitors at the Eno Lubbers Home is City. In the afternoon they ent to Garnavillo per Auto. R. Ida a Hart and daughter Verl a left monday afternoon  several weeks visit to relatives friends in Chicago and new York sales. C. Rhode Island red Frels won at Winona ind Epen and Oelwein and oter shows ire of m. Christopher Postville is. H. J. Schultz and miss Velma Jeltz were at Austin minn., wed Jay to visit the former s son John Lis ticket agent there for the Mil icee Road. And mrs Magnus Nali came from Gunder sunday and together or. And mrs. John Schultz went Luana where they visited at the of Henry Walters family reunion was held at the is. Huebner Home South of town j Honor of Rudolph Huebner and cd Miller who left this week with i drafted boys of this county. Lot of sore arms in town owing vaccination. The local doctors Are Busy shooting the serum As As they can obtain same having out several times during the past Little Farewell party for the boys 1 leave in the draft this week was ,7j in a Shady spot on the Road Ith of town monday evening and pm the Way it was told us they must have had a Good spread its. Hall Swenson of Mcgregor is biting at the Home of her parents _ and mrs. Darius Orr having Len scared away from the pocket qty on account of the epidemic of Pantie paralysis which is spread a there. J on saturday last Julius Heins de layered a 10-20. Titan tractor and an Aultman Taylor tractor to a com Enji of five grand Meadow township Jirmars Henry Dahms John Back aug Elmer Zieman will and aug. A Ugel who purchased the outfit of Fleming. We. Dell of Luana was a business caller Here tuesday. Or. R. P. Topliff dentist office Over Postville state Bank. G. Staadt is putting a new awning on his drug store. Private Lorenz Casten was Home from Camp Dodge Over sunday. For Are and is a insurance see w. S. And a. C. Webster Postville Iowa. R. Hecker went to Des Moines monday afternoon to get a Ford tractor. Pianos and Sheet music at Schultz & Schutte s in the Postville furniture store. Evan Swenson Carl Holter and Hale burling were Waukon visitors monday. J. A. Spaugy and family and Rev j. F. Childress and family were Monona visitor sunday evening. For 8 a Lei a new wide tire Wagon and a new Concrete mixer. Frank d. Rounds Postville Iowa. Or. And mrs. We. Baltz Fred Baltz and miss Lucia Schultz were at the National Park near Mcgregor wednesday. Mrs. Alice Eccleston returned saturday to her Home in Stevens Point wis., after a visit Here to her sister mrs. F. W. Eaton.  or. And mrs. Bjelland of Cedar rapids came tuesday for a few Days visit at the Home of j. E. Perry. Mrs. Bjelland was formerly Leta Perry. Or. And mrs. G. F. Kelleher or. And mrs. C. E. Waters and mrs. Robert Hocking a. Sister of mrs. Kelleher spent sunday at Mcgregor Heights. The annual convention of the Alla Makee and Winneshiek counties w. C. T. U. Will be held in the congregational Church Postville aug. 7th and 8th. Mrs. Pauline Klingaman concluded her visit Here today and left for Clinton and Chicago to visit relatives before returning to her Home in Milwaukee. Confirmation school will begin at the German lutheran Church on August 6th. All children must be vaccinated before they will be admitted to the school. Earl Parsons of Monmouth 111. Is visiting at the Daubenberger Home. He is on his Way to Washington d. A where he is connected with the u. S. Food administration. Mrs. Robert Hocking who has been Here visiting her sister mrs. G. F. Kelleher returned to her Home in Minneapolis monday going first to visit her parents at Maquoketa. Walter Campbell Lonnie Phillips g. A. Brooks Ira g. Riley John l. Gregg j. P. Ellis we. H. Weihe and Geo. S. Tuttle were at Waukon monday evening installing the Odd Fellows officers. 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 Waterloo. Or and mrs. C Deering and family mrs. E. B. Lamborn and her daughter Imo and miss Fern Mcclin Tock returned last tuesday from a visit at the Fred Mcclintock Home at Maxwell Iowa and to Camp Dodge. Or. Weber s Eye and ear treatment has cured hundreds and his glasses Are worn by thousands of pleased patients. See or. Weber on Satur Day August 3, from 7 a. To 1 p. M., at commercial hotel Postville. Examination free. The meeting of the business men which was to have been held last monday was postponed owing to the Board of health regulations. As soon As Public meetings Are allowed they will get together to Complete the arrangements now on foot. Beginning next monday morning july 29th, the opening mid morning passenger trains on the Rock Island Road will be abandoned but a conch will be attached to the freight and going South will connect with the Pas Senger train at West Union the red Cross Basket social at miss Helen Waters school last Fri Day night was a most enjoyable Occa Slon and netted $43.20 for the red Cross. The Postville band lenten Joyent to the event with a Liberal allowance of their delightful music Gilbert Sanders and family fre4 Meiske and family Frank Tull or r. L. Pettit r. F. Topliff and their wives and mrs. P. L. Pettit a toed to Cresco sunday and spent the Day picnicking at Vernon Springs. Mrs. Ann Waters who also accompanied them remained for a visit at the Jim Howard Home. Twin boys arrived tuesday morning at the Postville Hospital for or. And mid. Elmer Weiho but it was not decreed that both wore Long for this world and during wednesday night one of Thorn passed away. The lit tic one was kid to rest the same Day after a Brief service at the Home of or. And mrs. Albert Zieman. Chas. Krumm was a visitor at new Hampton and Lawler last sunday. Henry Eggert and family spent sunday at the we. Fullgraf Home in Monona. 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 Host. Enquire at this of flick. Or. And mrs. J. Ii. W. Schroeder and Chas. Krogmann and family were at Decorah sunday. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in the Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls promptly attended to. Geo. Hein and family Walter and Henry Heins of Luana were sunday visitors at the Home of or. And mrs. Julius Heins of this City. Some thoroughly modern dwellings and Choice residence lots in Postville Good location Are offered for Sale at a reasonable Price Chas. Krumm. Or. And mrs Henry Luhman and son Hubert and mrs. F. H. Luhman a toed to Lake Okoboji monday for a week s Outing. Fred will join them today. A1. A. Knight and Eugene Knight and wives went to fort Atkinson sunday to see their son and brother Karl who had but a 24-hour furlough irom Camp Dodge. Aug. Hein Laid Dundy Cement crossing from the Herald to the citizens state Bank Corner last Friday this being the tenth one he had put in for the City this summer. Herman Rose left sunday for Rochester minn., to consult the May of in regard to his failing health and we sincerely Hope he May find Relief from his afflictions. Notice As i will leave Luana soon i will sell at Public auction at the parsonage on wednesday july 31, All my household furnishings. Rev. J. Westenberger. Karl d. Fisk optometrist i am visiting Postville at regular intervals As i have been doing for 28 years and will be at the commercial hotel on thursday August 1 in the last 28 years i have fitted 30,000 residents of northeastern Iowa with glasses. Remember i am devoting All my time to the scientific fitting of Eye glasses and perfection can Only be obtained by years of experience and study. Karl d. Fisk opt. Office hours from 9 a. To 5 p. No agents. Card of thanks. We wish to thank All for the kindness shown during the last illness of our wife and Mother mrs. Chas. Thies. Also wish to thank the choir Munner Chor and or. Hans Keiser of Elgin Rev. E. Schmidt Flower bearers and All for the Many Floral offerings. Chas. Thies and children. Notice. Persons having our pop cases with the following numbers please return at once to Thoma Brothers 212, 228, 289, 301, 34 5, 352, 3tis, 449, 470, 612, 700, s01, 820, 93s, 942, 945, 1132, 1151, 1 80, 1234, 123s, 1269, 1276, 1321, 1392, 1418, 1420, 1443, 1460, 1496, 1584, 1613, 1653, 1772, 1795, 1851, 1892, 1910. Hogan silent Roentgen transformer that s some name Ain t it. Well it s some machine too. But it s the official title of a new machine or. Ray f. Topliff has just added to the already splendidly equipped dental of fice he has established in this City. The use of this machine is to photo graph your Teeth and get next to any diseased parts that Are hidden from external vision. And it Doe s the business too. Doc just shoves an Ordinary Kodak film in your Mouth tells you to smile and turns on the Roentgen Ray and Presto he is almost instantly in Possession of a picture of your Interior department if you want to see it work drop in and talk it Over with Doc. No More free copies of the Herald to our Soldier boys. An order just received by the local postmaster a part of which applies especially to the publication of Eck by newspapers everywhere prohibits the sending of complimentary copies to any party. We have been sending the Herald free of charge to boys from this Vicinity who Are now in the Camps and in France and these will have to be cancelled. We hate to do this. We have Felt that to were helping just a Little to keep the boys in touch with Home folks and the Many letters of appreciation we have received have been treasured by us. But being soldiers in every sense of the word they will be the first to say obey so Don t blame us when you fail to receive the Herald. Home study course in is owing to the fact that the wives of those who Are leaving for the War want office work and because they can t come to College to have arranged to give a Home study course whereby you can prepare for office work at Home. Anyone else who is interested will have the same Opportunity. Write today mentioning that you want to take the work at Home. College of Commerce Waterloo Iowa. I jl1   Sweet Dill sour Sweet mixed and Sweet stuffed pickles India relish and Chow Chow the California Home Brand in cans these goods Are sold on condition if they Are not the Best you have Ever tasted to come Back to our store and get your Money Beard of health meeting. A special meeting of the Board of health convened last Friday evening to take such action us might Best conserve the Public welfare in handling the local smallpox situation. Three cases of the disease were reported All of a1 Light nature but As a safeguard the Board passed a Resolution that All Public meetings of every nature be discontinued for a period of two weeks and recommended that All persons submit to vaccination and requiring that All children of school age be vaccinated before entering school this fall. Unconformity to the recent order of the Board of health no Church services Are being held and there is a general Rush to be vaccinated. We Are pleased to state that no new cases of the disease have devel oped and those afflicted Are getting along nicely till l Luck Al to. Tui Silny. Wily j j i.-ils-. Hurley. Corn. Wheat. Timothy. Hogs. Fat cows. Aimers and Culler. H infers. Hulls. Stock cattle. Veals. Hides. Horse tiles. Kgks.. Creamery Halter. Hens. Boosters. Liggett s and Funke s chocolates purity ice Cream a of pro insure with the oldest company in Iowa Iowa state ?c., Mutual premiums saved policy holders $1,035,690.88 f insurance written is 17 $51,164,693.00 j w. S. Webster & sign Postville la. F s.00 -111.00 7.00 s.0 i-1 0 i s.l�l-10. H .00-ki.oll .11 .80 .-17 isto .18 Vij. Notes on to Market. Corn--5 to 10c lower for the week. Wheat one Field in Illinois yielded 65 bushels per acre. Oat Market working lower As new crop Grain is being shipped. Timothy seed Market Strong and higher on prospects for Light crop. Barley new crop Barley banging from $1.00 to ifl.10 per Bushel in the Chicago Market. Hogs hogs have advanced $1.25 per Hundred during the past week. Light hogs at. A Large Premium. Cuttle Corn fed cattle have sold for the highest Price on record. Grass fed cattle declined 50c to ?1 per cwt. During the week. In a Lis m is m i r lose Mon if you Don t feed will present chinese operetta. To the hog the Young ladies of the congregational Church will entertain the Moth-1 in for Sale by ers and members of the missionary la society at the Home of mrs. Bailey \ a ii ii h i i o i Friday evening aug 9th, a Fine in to 11 huh Inq \l1pi 1 promised. The offering pm a Uusi 10 full 1 foreign a m program is will be for this occasion the ladies will present the charming chinese operetta the & feast of the Little my Fri 6$ Postville Iowa How goes to repair machinery 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 up Oci fictions and a Complete Bill of a Gujial for t .,.a Octagon Type of implement shed or any other farm building will be furnished you on request together with out estimate of the Cost. The Octagon Type of implement shed is designed to give big capacity and greatest Cay of handling your machinery in and out. We also have plans of cheaper Sheds. Future business end our standing in the Community depend upon serving you to the last degree of satisfaction Consumers to depend it lumber co. F. C. Comstock manager Herald want ads bring results. Try them. I if you have something to sell we can do it

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