Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
21 Jun 1918

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21 Jun 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Postville, Iowa W. Of ice i Tim Postville Herald Wra j. Klingbell Price $1.60 tier a car nit Suli scrap i Impi Blu sir lowly in Wilri Riuo. rate annl sent min ii i1chiioii. Nercil no Thor or. Neuzil the Eye ear nose Andt croat specialist Wilt be at Postville Ospital a Forenoon Only. Miss prudence Appo Iraan of Clur Jii ont was an Over night guest last of her Bister . Roy get tit of this City and . Will 11 in Man of Luau next tuesday june 2" the lived word tuesday of last week of o Safe arrival of their son Lynn Inow Herc in France. Kai o you sick alien you should take Spra Pathic and suggestive Hora up in treatments Aud get Well. Or. O. A Tusel Postville Iowa. Mrs. Ellon Al Star and grand Daugh t Mary Schrody of Monona spent it thursday at Tho j. W. Hammond Como on Henderson Prairie. We h. Doll of Luana was a caller Baths for rheumatic trouble at Postville Hospital. Who lost a pair of spectacles ? oct them at tills office. S . Wra. Kozola and son went to Monona wednesday. Mrs. Chas. Wogner wont to Lansing Friday to visit Rel Alvos. Louis ii. Schroedor was a business visitor at of Lweln saturday. Regular meeting of Postville Chap Tor 0. 13. S. Not monday evening. For so and Hail insurance sea w. S. And a. 0. Webster Postville Iowa. Miss Margarot Donovan left tuesday of last week for her Home in Dubuque. The Herald has a Model Ilvo Oliver typewriter for Sale. Come in and get it for 8�. Or. And . W. A Hanks were sunday visitors at the Albert thic Vot Home near Mcgregor. Or. And . A. A. Schmidt and or. And . Leo Folsom were Mcgregor visitors sunday Forenoon. Tho misses Charlotte Conley and Agnes Schuler wont to Mason City last saturday to visit relatives Burnett Olson of i Billsboro n. In was operated for appendicitis at Postville Hospital this morning. For Sale shorthorn male calves 13 to 34 months old White and Roans .1. W. Harrell Castalia Iowa. Postville Herald and either the Chicago Tribune or he Raul examiner daily at a Money saving club rate. Miss Amy Meier delightfully entertained a company of Young ladies at colonial inn monday evening in Honor of miss Margaret Lilac Burn. Many friends have been pleased the past week to meet . 0, l. Marsh of Chicago who is Here on a visit to her Mother . James Mcewen. President ii. S. Luhman of the citizens state Hank left for Dubuque yesterday to attend the Iowa stale bunk cars convention now in session there. Or. And . Geo. Thoma a mr., and . Fred Thoma and . We. Of Klingbeil a toed to Cresco saturday and spent the Day at the Homo of or and . .1. O. Meyer. Miss Helen Loui gave a very pleas ant picnic party at Durno s Spring tuesday afternoon in Honor of trim Peter Ralph c. Davis who was Here from Camp Dodge. A Stag picnic parly was Given at Durno s Spring sunday in Honor of Herman Christofferson who expects to leave next tuesday with the Alla Makee contingent for Camp Dodge. Or. And . De Alanson of Wau Kon were guests of or. And . Gilbert sunders wednesday afternoon being on their Way Home from attending mos Ouie grand Lodge at Ottumwa. Won cuday s casualty list contained the Namo of Leslie ii. Smith of Monona a Marine who was killed in action somewhere in France. And thus is the grim tragedy of War brought Eloso to Home. Lbruce Webster celebrated his fifth birthday tuesday afternoon by Suvit Bliss Virginia Williams returned last ing in a big Neh of ills youngster Eck from Here school work at Ogden friends to help spill Tho Beans. And tub to spend the summer vacation say if you think they did t have just Ith Homo folks at grand Meadow pm. Mrs. Otto Sandor Lias been enjoying j visit from her Cousin private Arthur Tho Best Lime Ever ask any of Tho lit i tie folks who were there. The sympathy of All is with or. And . Henry Miller of this City in the Jingo of Farmersburg who was Home loss of their Little son bewail who am Camp Dodge on a few Days fur died last Friday morning at the Home pfc a. The Gilbert Sanders Frank com Ock Frod Mezisko Frank Tull or Art in death i result aug from Scur Iet fever lord Lack and or. Topliff families bad a or. And . Ii. F. Schulz or. And inc no Bupper sunday at the old Stone . W. J. Clark Aud goo. Fay of this Louse. City went last Friday to Des Moines Imp. And . 0. E. Harp enter and Aud Camp Dodge. They returned on silly moved last week from Trio Lull monday and report Tho several boys Frank Lawson wife and children wore Postville visitors Friday of Tor noon. Pianos and Sheet music at Schultz & Schutte s in the Postville furniture store. Mrs. John if. Meier returned Friday opening from a visit to liar daughter . Alma Foote at Iowa City u. Rabinovitz came Down from St. Paul monday on business. Lie reports his family in visual Good health. Or. And Fred Mezisko and cloy and . Ira Riley and Jimmie were Elgin visitors last thursday evening. Or. And . E. P. Durno and . M. or. And . Schmidt to Clermont sunday evening Herman Wllman is getting along Flo following an operation for appendicitis at Postville Hospital tuesday. For Sale six shorthorn bulls from 3 to 14 Mon Lliel old from cows with Good milk records. E. W. Green Castalia Iowa. Frod ii Werzol returned last Friday morning from Chicago and it is with no Little gratification his Many friends note ills greatly improved condition. Herman and August Lansing were Down from asian by team monday after some Postville made Brick with which tile latter was to build a garage. Miss Cru cat fallen of Cresco for Merly a nurse in the Kessel Hospital was the guest of . Everman and other Postville friends the past week. Mrs. Myra Gray returned tuesday evening from Des Moines accompanied by her daughter Ethel who last week graduated As a nurse with High Lenors. Do you want a Chicago daily if you do come in and let us save you some Money on either the Tristino or Herald examiner in club with Tho Postville Herald. Miss Florence Herg of Elgin is recovering nicely from an operation submitted to at Postville Hospital tuesday As is . Irving Underwood who was operated there last weeks Frank and George Sebastian families returned tuesday evening from their Auto trip to Prairie Ilu Sac wis., Aud report a Fine trip and Fred Schara s folks in Good health and desirous of being remembered to old Postville friends w. I. Atkinson of Waterloo former speaker of the Iowa House of representatives and Jovial and big hearted i fellow As Ever trod the Earth has for overseas y. M. C. A. Service in Franco and wherever ii goes will carry Comfort and cheer to our boys Over there. Frank peering a former past township boy arrived in Postville monday oin Newport wash., on a visit to his Rother Mort Deering Down in Suu Iii a Valley this being his first visit to the old stamping ground in sixteen ears and we old timers Are mighty triad Ofilio Opportunity to meet him Waguiu and to note he is looking Well Ike Many another Postville boy lie As prospered in the West Aud secured competence of this world s Good and at present is sheriff of Pend Reille county having been elected to that responsible position by a substantial Muju Rity about two and a half years ago. Frank expects to a Here for a week or ten Days f of his grandparents in new Hampton Olio to to was buried the same even til in & Sanders lint into Tho Dos Glass sul Enco adjoining Tho methodist Par Jim go or. And . Henry Steele drove to Oak sunday and spent the Day i him. And . Louis Thoma. Mrad . Fred Thoma accompanied envy s folks. Miss Myrtlia a Hoeckh formerly do Jib tie science teacher in our schools line Over from Lansing sunday and Apia Luck until wednesday to visit her Nuy Postville friends. She has Boer aching la Illinois the past year. Jim co Candoo of route two was in kurday and bought the show Caso saw advertised in the Herald and so has it for the display of the big Bunch of Indian relics Ever in priv Ltd since poo Liontas was a Jenkins mud Frank Sherman i isl thug theh former schoolmates u oath lilo last thursday. Foster is dicing on a farm no of Mason City Frank has a responsible position i Telegraph. Operator at Monona. Yaro both i us tiers and Are sure to to Good and . Carr and Jack 11 Elver Wero sunday afternoon visitors at or. Schmidt Homo in this Olty Cav has enlisted in the Mot Lional sice at his country having already lived ills commission us first Hou Ink Aud exports to go into Noyo Floo some time during july. Us from this City Aud locality whom Thuy met us the Cantonment in excellent spirits and Good health. Geo. Fay called on his brother or. Oliver Fay one of Iowa s most distinguished sur goons whom to found Well but very Busy As usual. Postville Community hand and Sov Oral Hundred of our citizens assembled at the Milwaukee depot lust Friday night Aud awaited the arrival of sex president Taft who was driven Over from Waukon to catch the 11 10 train for Chicago. The Rue Pylon was much appreciated by or. Taft As was unexpected by him and to recon Ponse them for the Slumbo Barren Dured to Oliai him to gave ilium splendid Little patriotic talk. Mrs. Harry Collins arrived monday from Nampa Idaho on a visit to iter Many old friends in Postville. When Sho loft hero a number of years ago our people Kun ova her As Marie Cunt plugs her paternal a Geo 0., Liat Ito conducting the needy photo studio. Mario report iter folks enjoy lug Good health and her father pros paring in the picture business Thui and now Good people got ready for Shook. As will be remembered when George left Here like some of the rest of us to had to stand twee in Thusa Uio Pluto to make a Shadow but oat the wild and wooly the Corn Helt packing company Dubuque Iowa. Capital Stock $3,000,000.00, have purchased the Plant formerly occupied by the Dubuque brewing and malting co. It covers fourteen acres of ground along the main line of the Chicago great Western railway with direct switch connections with the Illinois Central the c. B. & q. And the m. & St. P. Railroads. It is located within the City limit of Dubuque and was built at a Cost of Over six Hundred thousand dollars at a time when labor and material was cheap. To build this Plant now would take a year and a half of time and Cost Over one million dollars. Our company has purchased this entire Plant at the extremely Low Price of two Hundred and ten thousand dollars and is converting it into a pork and beef packing House of Tho most modern Type. The capacity of the Plant will be 600,000 hogs and 80,000 head of cattle a year and in addition calves sheep and poultry in proportion. We expect to have Tho Plant in operation by september 15th of this year. This Plant is to be owned and managed by citizens of lows mud we full Bafo in saying there Are few business ventures that offer the stockholders us Large. Dividends As the packing houses Are paying throughout the country. The Secretary of the Dubuque commercial club in a letter answering an inquiry from the Hampton commercial club says persons holding Stock in the Corn Belt packing company will be Consi bored most fortunate individuals much More could be said of this company but space will not permit. To will add however that or. W. J. Woodworth representative of the packing company is to be found at the West to has to j commercial hotel in our Eity and will avoirdupois and be pleased to give All the information at the Postville theatre wednesday june 26th the famous Soldier lecturer sergeant Nichol Back from the front  a Well educated Man with a splendid military record who will Tell you the truth about the trenches in his thrilling lecture no Man s accompanied by official War scenes prices 25 and 50 cents including War tax two shows first 7 45 Sharp Chautauqua a present Day necessity president Wilson says the work that the Chautauqua is doing has not lost importance because of the War but has rather gained opportunities for new service. Let me express my Hope that you will let no discouragement weaken your activities and that the people will not fail in the support of a patriotic institution that May be said to be an integral part of the National Sec y of War Baker says i am constantly facing the splendid results of the work done by the Chautauqua in this country in creating Aud sustaining a sound patriotic feeling Aud in carrying Forward the great National enterprises which the government is necessarily bringing to the attention of our note the splendid Prospect where could you Hope to get so much at so very Low Cost ? Schildkret orchestra led by the one and Only Sam with most delightful results. Gov. Frank b. Willis of Ohio with a patriotic message of masterful Power. The Haweis company native new sealanders with song scene and wonderful Story. Arden entertainers Catchy feature stunts and music. The Royal dragoons Snappy military uniforms and a rousing patriotic program. Gipsy Simon Smith with his wonderful Story of adventure All Over the world. The Iris Trio real music and Oye Pela the with Folk lore. Indian Maiden Hilton Ira Jones wonderful electrical demonstration. The melting pot company presenting Zangwill s immortal drama of american citizenship. A new York production. Biggest thing on the Chautauqua program. Also an experienced fighter from the front will Tell the True Story of the great conflict Postville Chautauqua july .4 to 8 Xiii l Mah Keti thursday. Juju u oils. Hurley. I urn. Wheat. Timothy. U k8. Fat cows. Us h.7s-1.vw 8.00-11.00 in Zibik Siml Cut tank. 7.i�i a Sollors. hulls. 8.00-11.00 Stoulis flute to. 9.00-18,00 vats. 8.00-14.00 hides. A a Llor Sti tiles. 1 . Is to go Aldo also t Irous i any1 you May desire concerning the invest 400vb but double ours. Mauv Advt 0.00 a .18 a .18 a. Folsom d. V. M. Veterinarian. $11 Calls promptly answered r

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