Page 5 of 7 Jun 1918 Issue of Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Postville, Iowa Postville Herald we. J. Klingbell publisher subscription Price per year nil subpar up hons in Pablo strictly in air once. V advertising rata card sent on application. Knt ored at to Vost Osco at l Ost Vulto Iowa an second Glass mall mutter. Friday june 7, 1918 oar Amala Lee Cream at thou Bros. Rev. E. Schmidt was in Monona yesterday. Adolph Kook Only spent sunday in Sulu value. Paul Ronneburger was a Monona visitor tuesday. Hot Baths for rheumatic trouble at Postville Hospital. Or. Kelleher and family were Elka Dor visitors sunday or. R. P. Topliff dentist office Over Postville state Bank. A. 0. Webster and family were visitors at Fayette sunday. Or. And mrs cloy Waters wore Sun Day visitors at of Eltoln. A baby girl arrived at Tho Home of will Martens last week. Tho Farmers Telephone company is rebuilding its lines in town c. F. True Han of West Union was a business caller hero yesterday. Miss Maggie Turner of Postville was a memorial Day visitor in Monona. For fire and Hail insurance Soe w. 8, and a. C. Webster Postville Iowa Charley Olhoft started to work at the Farmers Creamery last saturday Sam Max told of Fayette visited at the w. S. Webster Boine Over sunday miss Eva Orr came Home from Cedar Falls Friday for the summer vacation pianos and Sheet music at Sulu ill & Schuttz s i n the Postville furniture the 10 year old son of Chas. Til Derbaum. Is am acted with Scarlet fever. . Kiesau & Kelleher practising physicians. Office Over Luh Tuan & Sanders. A baby girl was born to or. And mrs. James Wickham North of town monday. Or. And mrs. De. Hanson rejoice in Tho arrival of a baby boy born sunday morning. Herman Sander of Waukon was an Over sunday visitor with relatives at Postville. The Best Wall papers As Well As Good cheap Wall papers at Thoma Bros. Pharmacy. Lawrence Wal ocl had a valuable horse killed by lightning monday afternoon. Paul Birch of Oelwein visited his aunt mrs. Kate Kluss of this City last week. Or. And mrs. John Schultz Are spend ing the week at the Magnus Nali Homo in under. E. Harrington closed his Postville visit last saturday and returned to Marshalltown. Ruby Klinge of Monona was a Deeo ration Day guest of her Bister miss Tuta of this City. Conrad Schiess and children of Monroe wis., Are Horo on a visit to Tho Eiholzer families. Miss Nolda Hedemann of Garnavillo visited at the c. W. Meier Home Bov Oral Days last week. We. Baltz and family Fritz halt and miss Lucia Schultz were sunday visitors in Dubuque. Mrs. E. A lamborn and daughter Imo of this City spent to moral Day with Luana friends. Miss Ruta Klinge of this City was an Over sunday visitor with Homo folks and friends in Monona. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in the Postville Hospital Day and night Calls promptly Atton Dod to. Miss Elina Sherwood who had Boon visiting her sister mrs. A w. Hunt returned to her Home monday morning. B. B. Brenner returned sunday night from a trip to Lansing mieh., Chicago and Milwaukee driving Back a now Reo. Hubert Luhman and Friend miss Nettie Sunderson All of Ridgoway were decoration Day visitors in Post Villa. A called Masolo communication of brotherly Lov o Lodge will to hold next tuesday evening for third do Gree work. Keeping Tho lawns mowed 1b some Job Tula season a a the wot weather 1b pub hug the Hay out of the ground at a Lively gait. Lloyd Putnam of this City was Given the third masonic degree at a Apodala Oommen Leaton of brotherly love Lodge monday evening. Are you Blok then you should talk and suggestive tuer.pu�. Fatjo Wentni Qutb Ftp a get feh. Dr.,0. A. Wynsol to Atvin Low. Mrs. L. H. Moody and daughter of Minneapolis arrived Here monday for a visit with Homo folks. A baby boy was born to or. And mrs. Geo Brainard last Friday we extend congratulations. Mrs. G. E. Eaton and grandson Sidney of thib City Are visiting at Tho f. L. Eaton Homo in Sponcer. Karl Marston of this City left wednesday morning for Austin Texas to enter the aviation service. Bills orchestra will play for a Prand Ball at Tho Clermont opera House tonight. Everybody invited. An eclipse of the Sun visible hero is scheduled for saturday june 8th, at about Sunset. Take a look. Charles White of Strawberry Point came to Postville decoration Day to visit at Uncle Geo. Kohlmann s. Miss Mali Ala Mcculloch came Down from Cresco to attend Tho alumni banquet and visit Many old friends. Winnifre Brommel Kain of Monona was an Over sunday visitor at the w. J. Steele Home in this City. Mrs. Carrie Ruff of Vermillion s. D., is Hore on a visit to Hor Mother mrs. Jacobia and other relatives. For monuments of every description Call on or write e Roggensack Lansing Iowa. All work guaranteed. Miss Mastic Daub Liberger is Home from Ames where she Lias just graduated with Honor from the Home economics department. Louis a of Dilu Wiio is of Pec cd Here tomorrow on a few Days visit to his Many Postville friends Welcome to our City. Miss Flora Gass arrived Home from St. Louis last saturday on her regular summer vacation visit to her parents Rev and mrs. A. Just miss Pearl Unn Iniel entertained a Bevy of girl at a 0 .i0 ocl 920 p. I Creamery stutter hons. Kostors. A to 14.75-1 1.00 8.00 0.0o-t do s .00-li.m s.0o-11.00 is.,\ s.00-13.7." .1- 0.00a m ,18to .1,1 i Twenty five per cent increase in freight f rates after june 25 this will increase the Price of Coal. It will also Cost More to ship your Grain to Market. Take advantage of the old freight rates before the new ones go into effect. I Hall Roberts son , Iowa a. Folsom d. V. M. Veterinarian All Calls promptly answered leave culls at Louis Heutte s store or at residence opposite Turner Hall

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