Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
14 Jun 1918

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14 Jun 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Postville, Iowa Stville Herald we. J. Kiln Rubell publisher subscription Price per years nil Imbs Celii pub payable strictly in Advance. rate card sout on application. In lured at the past office it i str lilo Iowa a second class mall matter. Friday june 14, 1918 ready for Chautauqua. Tho big loin s starts july fourth today is Flag Day. Fly your Flag. Aram Ala ice Cream at Thoma Iros. A. W. Campbell was a Decorah visit 1 tuesday. Mass Mattle Daubenberger went to sir car monday Illoyd Putnam was an Over sunday Altor in Waterloo a or. R. F. Topliff dentist office Over jew Villa state Bank. For. And mrs. C. B. Waters were Sun Day visitors at Ossian. ?. And mrs. De Foesch were Sun be Day visitors at Garnavillo. St a a Rusf mrs. August Belden of Guttenberg Imlej Faa a Postville visitor Friday.  to Fred Metske took Otto Rasmusen to Carnar by Auto sunday Kkt mrs. Lena b. Hooker left wednesday of Kubr Iowa City to attend . B mrs we. Weihe has been seriously Gal Csc with Thea mumps but is proving. Drs. Kiesau & Kelleher practising physicians. Office Over Luhman & a Flanders. Attorney u. A Taylor of Waukon a was in Postville wednesday on proves atonal business or. And mrs. Joe Steele of Monona la of Werc sunday callers at the Jas. Steele iome in this City. Conrad Thoma and daughter Lola wmij1 Here from Mason City visiting Tju orae folks and friends. By if mrs. J. E. Perry returned monday if of from a several Days visit with Lier of Sti daughter in Cedar rapids. Or. And mrs. Louis Schroeder and iss Clara spent sunday afternoon Ith relatives at Monona. The barn dance at Fred Kuhse s sat Day evening was Well attended and All present had a Good time. Miss Schwinefus of Ossian visited at the Home of her aunt mrs. Henry Behrens several Days last week.  miss Wilelen Tuttle closes her first year s school work in the h. W. Block District today with a picnic dinner. Iff for monuments of every description gifts a on or write e. J. Roggensack Geo. W. Fay was an Ossian visitor sunday. Mrs. To. U. Dannon Brink is ail listed with the mumps. Herman Plaht and family a toed to Decorah tuesday. Hot Baths for rheumatic trouble at Postville Hospital. Or. And mrs. Arthur Webster were Waukon visitors monday. Miss Pearl hat Mcl was a sunday visitor with Calt Nar friends for fro and Hail insurance see w. A and a. 0. Webster Postville Iowa. Or. Kiesau returned tuesday evening from his Auto trip to Minnesota. John Gregg and Frank Hangartner were at Mcgregor on business tuesday. Or. And mrs Carl Lubbers of Mono a monday to visit or. And mrs. Enno Lubbers. The Herald hos a Model five Oliver typewriter for Sale. Come in and get it for 38r. Rev. Hothir of Clermont was the Viest of Rev. Cinno of this Eity sunday afternoon. Mrs. W. C. Meyer is having a Largo machine and cattle shed erected on her farm South of town. Harold Stone has installed an electric hair cutting machine in his Barber shop. Drop in and try it. Or. And mrs. Louis Thoma of Hun Oak were Down sunday to spend the Day with Postville relatives. Mrs. Geo. Waters left saturday for Surprise ixeb., on a several weeks visit to a for sister mrs n. Ilovic. Postville Herald and either the Chicago Tribune or Herald examiner daily at a Money saving club rate Cliiford Conley is the new cleric at the huh and we venture the guess he will prove a capable and popular one. Mrs. R. N. Douglass entertained company of lady friends at a one o clock luncheon at her Liotine today thursday. Magnus Nali was up from Gunder sunday to meet his Mother who came Down from Decorah that Day to visit at Liis Home. Miss Ruth Douglass returned Home saturday from Sioux City where she Lias been leaching to spend the sum Raer vacation. In a letter to his parents private ind to Stony b a i Wor Ansing Iowa. A work guaranteed. Beat la or a. A. Schmidt now has his office established in the Postville Hospital it Ohlf a am n sutoa18 prop by attended miss Winnifred Phillips closed a if Ivory successful year s work As teacher a. _  District last Fri. An �jj3i Derk Filieri Tho Jonn Dresser to pow Day. Hem Rani is Hen sol Utz a Ulici c5. 2 in 5onntcig3 d u e begin int urn j10 u Foj t for Mittas. Ler Fig inn us ill u a r . Re a Flior Ift Bereit Setber Fiir Ben ,3ion3bote" in so Fang Jii Nefi Nten. 3eben Eften Una Brit ten Soi Intag to too Nat Aser Ammlung bes 3ugenb�5jer� Eins. 3 or Teri Emmeit fid am us 8 a fat. Setter Jinx Enri Senj Gerbes Serroi Skjeie. Eer Frauen herein of Rammelt fid am 33oniier8tag, Ben 20. 3uni, tin far Hauie. Me climber be3 a berlins find Jii Bieber Ebert Ammlung hinge Binben. V m Sonning in Najt Lagen Tirb Mior so finer Griffi Onat Oon Sobien in under or Sherd be Preb Igen Iuo bar be there is nothing the Soldier boys in Camp and abroad like to get better than Kodak pictures of the Home folks. Postville Tai lond time tables. To physical unsoundness Luft last week for the tuberculosis suit prium jul Ftfe climber la lab gre Iube at Oak Viii Koivu where to Hope to Weinbe eau Gelabert find May incl Relief and cure of his miss Amy motor arrived saturday noon from her year s teaching in the Sioux City schools to spend Tho sum Raer vacation with her parents or. Mid mrs. A. L. Meier Aud watch the splendid now Structure now building that is to be their Homo assume shape Aud form. Harvey Llo Borts returned yesterday from a delightful time at Uriu Noll College where to had been to attend Tho Uzuh annual reunion of his class. Occasions of this find Are doubtless fraught with much of happiness in recalling fond recollections of Auld Iti Tigo syne. Naomi Tho Little daughter of m and mrs. I. Ellis had a sorry misfortune this morning soar Tho Rev. K Schmidt Home when Sho stumbled off Tho Bank along Tho Street in such u Maimer As to fracture her loft Arm Between Tho wrist and Elbow Tho Bono penetrating Tho slosh. C. M. & St. P. 11y. Kasib Puiul no. 4, pass Igor \. In. No. 9 2, freight. P. In. No. 8, passenger. L i p. In. No. 8, passenger11 0.i p. M. Westbound. Ray Douglass wont to Des Moines saturday on business and to visit Tho Postville boys it dump Dodo be. Tho methodist service Flag now contains 18 stars Throe having Boon added last sunday just before the close of Tho morning Sonvico when mrs. C. A Lollman pinned of a Star for her Sou Talcott Phoebe or auth two for her Brothers Mol and Pat and Colia Hoyer Ono for her brother will. Mrs la. Shepherd sprung a neat sur prise on mrs r. D. Ilii Olbum Aud miss Margaret and mrs. A. L. Meier at colonial Luu on wednesday even aug which was attended by Coloso ton Hulf Hundred ladles Aud maybe they lion t have just Tho Best time Ever Frappe Aud Nabl cos wore served by Way of refreshment. Mrs. John Koliris of route no. 3 was a Herald caller lost saturday after Yoou having driven in to meet her husband who returned on the four o Elmo la train from Prairie in Chieu at the Council mooting last Friday he having been at Tho sanitarium Tuu ovo Ning .1, w. Howard who is about aug treatment for inflammatory to remove to Cresco tendered ills res to nation As count Yimou which As a matter of necessity wus accepted Aud a. 0. Webster was oho son us his successor and to believe Hickory will prove Liliu Solt worthy of Tho Honor conferred. While driving along Tho military Road with his Ford Harvey the son of Fred Daims had Tho misfortune to overturn hits oar in front of the Lvov Man Rose place Tho Orlettor lying with its foot Iii Tho air and Harvey to prison or beneath a passing a Loist rolled the ear Over Ami found Harvey Nln Jii Rod the Only damage sustained be lug a broken Windshield Rheu mutism from which lie had been a so Vore sufferer for some Plato past. W Are pleased to state he Eutine Home considerably improved. Or. H. D. Cole dentist once Over mrs. Koevenig s restaurant Harris & Schutte undertakers Ana Kabuli Merw state Moo Imp no. Tai. Orders taken Tor Flowers of All kinds Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts in . Maui to Luicir h no. 1, passenger. No. 91, freight. No. 8, passenger no. 113, passenger. -.10 u. In. 8 00 u. In. A a. M. I 41 p. In. Hock Island links southbound no. 8p2, freight. No. Passenger. No. 444, passenger. Nor i bound no. 44, passenger 2l p. M. No. S it freight. Ii Toj p. M. No. 447, passenger. L -0 p. M Oats. A ear Cyin. Win in i Illel Tilv Al is Ili Ili i. Hulls. Kkt k cell Tell Liili sign in Lull s. Re aim a . Tot Wiit 0 4 a. M. 8 2ft a. In. 1 41 p. In. Fred j. Thoma and family and mrs. H. Mcwill Ianis returned sunday night from a soveral Days visit to the ale Williams families at Chester Ami took in Tho old Sot Tours picnic there last saturday which was a big event one of the main features of which was an address by a returned Iowa Soldier a Young Man from red Oak. Kreil also met the a former Postville res Ideus Aud reports them All Well Aud Prosper aug a. J. Lull harness shop Forrest in the lumber Yard Aud Flos Sie married and living of a farm Henry Miller was called to now Hampton wednesday by Tho critical condition of his Little son Sowell Whoso illness from Scarlet fever we mentioned lust week complications have since Sot in Aud Tho death Angel now hovers so Oto Seiy round the bed Side of Tho Hottie lad quo Ulii almost hear Tho flutter of its wings Tho ten Dorest sympathies of Many tronds go out to Tho anxious parents Ami the lit tie Bister whose hearts Are sore with gravest fears Aud with Thorn Trust that Tho Sunshine of Hope May soon penetrate the dark Clouds of despair i i.r.ii-1.", in rom a 7".il i i a us i ii to t l Twenty five per cent increase in freight 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 i freight rates before the  new ones go into effect. I Hall Roberts son Postville Iowa a. F0ls0m, d. V. M. Veterinarian All Calls promptly answered Leavo Calls at Louis Schutte s store or at Rusl Douce opposite Turner Hall

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