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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Postville, Iowa
Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,iwo undivided profits Over $19,000 we want you to become acquainted with the fact that we have one of the Best Banks in the county. We want your business and Are in a position to give you prompt and courteous service. Let us serve you. We pay 4 per cent per annul on time deposits left for 6, 9 or 12 months. Officers h. S. Luhman president Carl Holter vice president l. 0. Beucher cashier c. E. Waters asst. Cashier Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. S. Luhman John Waters we. Harris Carl Holter f. L. Williams c. W. Meier l. O. Beucher John c. Weihe protect your House delay Means ruin. Protect your House by painting it. Protect your pocket Book by selecting paints and varnishes that Are made right and priced right. Just try Kyanite floor finish every drop of Kyanite satisfies beautifies brings brightness to the Home. Wall paper the influence of environment is most fully exemplified in the Home. The selection of Wall paper is of the most importance. Our distinctive Wall papers cover the widest Range of patterns colourings and Price. Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store Devoe and Masury s faints Kyanite varnish of the Postville meat Market i j. A. Spaugy proprietor fresh smoked and 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 no. 40. Koevenig s kafe i we carry in Stock a Complete line of fresh groceries and fruit baked goods candies tobacco and cigars and solicit a share of your patronage. Our ice Cream sodas sundaes and soft drinks Are pleasing All. Short order lunches at All hours. Report of the finances of Postville chapter of the american red Cross from May 1st to May 31st, inclusive. Receipts May 1-balance on hand.$1,037.60 May 4-memberships.6.00 May 27-Geo. S. Tuttle donation.,. 14.00 May 27-Salea at the work shop. 8.60 total receiptb.f1,066.00 disbursements May 2-j. E. Perry freight on belgian Relief .41 May 8-h. Miller freight and express on Supply pal. 6.21 May 8-Central division of american red Cross supplies. 130.33 May 14-j. E. Perry freight on belgian Relief supplies. 2.76 May 18-mrs. Glessner Webster postage. 5.00 May 29-Central division of american red Cross supplies. 73.28 May 81-Meier Phillips & co., supplies. 6.60 May 31-j. M. Boehm meals for guests. 2.40 total disbursements. $225.89 balance on hand May 31, 1918.$840.11. A 0. Beucher treasurer. Nearby correspondence Casta la a. Albert Christofferson was a de Orch visitor yesterday Earl Monroe Dopart cd sunday night for Brooklyn n. Y James Floody of Mcgregor spent wednesday in town Rev. Harms and Rebecca returned from it lulls saturday. Or. And mrs. John Knees Keri re turned wednesday from Tipton w. B. Riggs wife and family spent sunday with relatives in Aurora. Miss Anna Finnegan came up from Centra Lin tuesday to visit relatives. Miss Anna Schara entertained the embroidery club saturday afternoon Joe Hunter of Arlington visited Bis brother s. A. Hunter last week. Mrs. Dennis Scully and Leonard re turned Homo to Strawberry Point Sun Day or. And mrs. M. Rodenkirch were business visitors at West Union lost week. The m. E. Ladles Aid will serve supper in the Church parlor thursday june 13th. Harvey a Buddenburg Litis enlisted in the Navy and departed for Des Moines yesterday. Miss fell keen Swamper is Home rom Elm where she taught school the past year. Fred shall Loammer of a Crosse wis., visited his Mother the latter part of the week. Miss Millie Oman of Colfax 111., came thursday to visit at the Rcv harms Home. Prof. Leslie White of libel Minn mis been elected principal of the cat Talia schools. A Farewell party was hold lit the Louis Monroe Homo saturday evening for Evirl Monroe a number of the Young folks Hail it Farewell party for Harvey a Buddenburg saturday evening miss Hope Hicks came up from Pes Moines lust week to spend vacation with her parents cards were received monday from Elmer Mcmartin announcing his Safe arrival in France or. And mrs. De. Hanson were at Freeport 111., Friday to attend the funeral of his father. Hush Lambert of Chicago arrived saturday to visit his grandmother. Mrs. Esther Lambert. Or. And mrs. Lester Meyer or. And mrs. Roy Richards of near Wau Cotua visited relatives Here sunday. Mrs. C. C. Thornton and Helen came Down from fanning on yesterday for a two weeks visit with relatives. Or. And mrs. John Brandt an children from near Cresco were visit ors hero the latter part of the week d. C. Malloy and Eileen attended commencement at Ames last week Mae Malloy was one of the graduate in Domestic science. Or. And mrs. M. A. Heinen and children and miss Cleora Mcmartin of Waterloo visited relatives Here the latter part of the week. Miss Livila and Jerry West of Cier Mont and Harold Bernhard of Clear Lake were visitors at Tho Reorg Bernhard Home sunday. Misses Helen Shellhammer and Thomas of Monona visited in town last Weeh while on their Way to water Loo to attend the Waterloo business College. The Milwaukee passenger trains have changed time and Are duo now in follows westbound no. 3 at 9 45 p m. And no. 33 at 3 54 a m. Eastbound no. 4 at 12 44 p. M. And no. 3s at 4 p. M. Dulu Luana Rev. Paulson of Elkport was a Sun Day even Long visitor at Tho Vve Stenber Ger Homo. Tho school children enjoyed a picnic in Tho Woods last Friday it being the last Day of school. Miss Bertha a Rambour of Prairie Chen is spending the week with Ami relatives and friends. Miss Ellen Boesenhofer returned her Homo in Hawkeye after a vis with her Friend lies Hen Weston Boi Ger. Mrs. Aug. Doerring and daughter Evelyn of Prairie do Chen wis., visitors at the John a Rambert Over sunday Rov and mrs. West Norgor Honry Kathln mud wife Ware us afternoon callers at the Rev Home in Castalia. The lutheran ladles Aid held Thor annual Bazaar last Tim Day evening. The attendance Largo in spite of Tho bad weather the receipts Wero 899. The infant child of or. And mfg will Landt Wab buried Friday. Tin funeral services were held in the Lutali eran Church. The child was born 23ml, baptized of the 3.1th, recon the Namu Lorena Frederick Laudt died the 20th, aged seven Days Tower Homo and unday harms society liars. Web and i May receiving a mud Waukon. Carl it i Arkord has arrived safely in France according to word received Here. Mrs. Jiichi Thill and baby of Postville were guests it Tho Harry Dasher Home. Sex president w. 11. Taft will deliver the commencement address Here on june 11. D. J. Murphy expects to go West in the near future to sock Relief from his a fiction asthma. The Alla Makee comity medical society hold a meeting at the court House on tuesday. The Dinorah High school team Defeated a Waukon by a score of 0 to 3 in a recent game of baseball. Miss Lara a Bundorf has accepted a position As Telegraph operator with Tho Milwaukee railway at harpers ferry. v. Suth and John 1. Shields have enlisted in Uncle sum s Railroad service Aud will be stationed it Camp Dix n. J. Leu Larthell is the new Foreman of linemen or the upper Iowa Power co taking the place of will bobbins who is now electrician at the mines. . Ora and Vera in lunge Are on Hes leu list. Gust Itcik zings have a baby girl which arrived ins Friday. Thu Carl . Jr., family of St Olaf were sunday guests of Henry . Alfred , of Wisconsin visited u few Days with the John Cluade family. Will and Henry Hilado of Momma and Aida Walsh spent sunday at John Haade a mrs William Oil he has inv i d the sewing is piety to meet with her Oti Friday afternoon it Nevih. A number of our people attended the concert at l eve. A Tuii s Hutch in learn Viilu last sunday evening. Lloyd and Milton Tinsch of Calmar were sunday visitors of their grandparents the Juli and Llin Seh families. On sunday item. Traun christened the Little son of Henry and Amanda Baade receiving the names John Starr Quaade. Fred Drahn and family and or. And mrs. Frank Possehl of Monona spent sunday with the Ernest Walter family. Edwin Rad Nuh and family and or. And mrs. Fritz Taake of Clayton Centre were sunday visitors of relatives Here. Or. And mrs Lambert Sickul received the Welcome news of the birth of a Little son it Tho Homo of their daughter mrs. Lottie Widen at Lavina Montana. Rev. Braun last Friday evening at 6 o clock United in marriage miss Eva Llin Seh and Arthur Mol Irmann of oar Navello. The ceremony took place at the Home of the Bride s parents and ouly the immediate families were present. The Young couple will make their Homo at oar Navello where the Groom owns a garage. Small accounts we invite Small accounts not because they Are Small but because we know they will grow. We have Confidence in your Success. Do not delay opening your account Here your business needs and is entitled to the same advantages Given a larger business. I Iii i Postville state Bank. Capital sul Trivis and profit 9110,000 win. Leu president a. L. Peterson cashier of w. Roberts vice president directors ii. E. Roberts we. Loul we. H. Weihe c. F. Meier a. L. Peterson o. Staadt b. C. Fleming f. W. Roberts . Cheer up everybody. The present protracted wet spell is As bound to bust up Aso run of measles and a big Bunch of Bright Balmy weather is booked for Postville for Chautauqua week july 4 to 8, both dates inclusive. And believe us it will to by All Odds Tho Best thing of its kind Ever offered Tho people of Postville and Vicinity and All to to offered you at a Price that you with its allured littleness-81.so. Think of it Teu big programs of Tho Best Chautauqua Talent in Tho world music dramas orchestras entertainers illustrated travelogues icon title and patriotic lectures and Sam Schuld Kret s greatest of All world s great orchestras which Alono is Worth the cd Tiro Palco of a season ticket Conse a gently Tho other nine attractions Are All Clour profit to you for Tho entertainment of the kids the morning amusement this year will be a real circus in which they will be the clowns wild animals and the whole blamed show and will to per my Tod to give a grand gorgeous Gol ecu glitter lug Street Parade and put on a real circus performance in the main Chautauqua tent so maw and Paw can sea pm. It s for everybody. Come to Postville Tho big show town july 4 to 8. V. S. Food administration. Notice. For promotion of health f the biggest asset any Community can have is a thoroughly modern Home Hospital. To Ull holders of hour Over the required amount of 0 to 8 pounds for each member of Tuu faulty or household. You Are hereby notified to report Tho amount of what flour in your Possession Over the amount of 6 pounds for each member of your household to Tho county food administration Waukon Loti on or before Juno 1.1, 101$. 1 pounds of hour is your 80 Day Supply or each individual. 3, u. Prior local food administrator. The biggest asset any Community can have is & thoroughly modern and up to Date Home Hospital where the various ailments and Nuli colons with which Mauu Indis occasionally and unfortunately beset at times May be promptly and properly handled and the afflicted ones put Back into the firing line or on the Highway to health in the shortest possible time and we Are pleased to say Postville Baa just such an admirable institution. Five years ago the pretty and palatial residence that was onco the parental Home of our Dill gushed former townsman or. John r. Mott was purchased of his funner s estate and after remodelling to fit it for the purposes intended a neatly lettered sign bearing the words Postville Hospital was placed above Tho front oot Rance. And from that Date until the present time this institution has proven itself a a Lossong to Many hundreds of people old and Young who have there sought and found Relief and euro from Tho particular fiction which Unco was theirs. The first floor of the Hospital has a spacious reception room Beds for four paid ones a dining room Kitchen and a sanitary laundry equip Ped with a Large electric Power washing Uia Alno and la charge of a skilled operator. For be it known there is much Linen and bedding to by cleaned about a Hospital where every article of bedding that comes in Contact with a patient must be thoroughly sterile de daily. On the second floor is located the operating room equipped with every modern convenience and necessity its Walls and floor spotlessly White and lighted profusely with both natural and artificial lights. Resides there Are buds for seven patients nurses rest room toilet and Bath. Every person in Tho Hospital is Bright and cheery and the Outlook from patient window is Leo Piug to the convalescent. During the past year Tho business of this institution has totalled thirteen Hundred and Twenty Sis Hospital Days in caring for two Luad red and Twenty patients most of whom have returned to Thor Homes fully restored to Normal health and Tho others greatly bout fled. It obstetrical work it affords every possible convenience and Comfort an the satisfactory results obtained Are Best attested by the steadily in creasing number of cases. Postville Hospital is in charge of a capable corps of Pursle Siuw i specialists and muses who minister with skill and Fidelity to Toifl needs of All who Como there for treatment and the Public is just lw-1 ginning to Roalizo that Tho properly conducted Home Hospital of the i Small town affords them bettor personal Caro and attention Thau do thief congested ones of the larger cities. The official government pictures inc., presents the tanks at the Battle of the acre actual scenes from the first line trenches in s parts these pictures were taken by the English official photographer and the original negatives Are owned and the Possession of the English government. At Postville theatre monday june 10 admission 6c and 17c, including War tax
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