Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
1 Nov 1918

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1 Nov 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Postville, Iowa vote for Houck and Springer for a . E regular meeting of town Council Friday night Loc a news , and Springer for is Geo. Hein is on the influenza Yaj Ltd a re Calapai no Oto for Houck and Springer for . United War work Campaign no Bev 11 to 8. United War work Campaign no Ber 11 to 18. United War work Campaign no Ber 11 to 18. Iss Withrow returned to Osage Day afternoon. Five room House for Sale or rent. 1 on f. H. Welzel. . R. F. Topliff dentist office Postville state Bank. Or. And mrs. We. Moll will enter a at a halloween party tonight. A. Laura Angell has returned m a visit to Des Moines relate yes. Old Friend october bids us a Ewell today with a slight snowfall. F. Schultz was an Over sunday Tor to his brother s in Cedar rap w. J. Clark is clerking at the Hub ring Keith Gray s enforced Vaca a. Nels Helgerson shipped three cards of steers 71 haad to Chicago nday. Mrs. Roy Pettit returned monday on from a visit to Home folks in Erni ont. Jim Howard of Cresco was Down tin Day clerking at the Hub Keith Ray boing sick with Spanish owing to i he influenza epidemic All in sales have been postponed a Ding to col. Geo. Waters until fur notice. Lawrence Dresser who is attending in s. A. T. C. At Fayette was Home ver sunday. For Sale thoroughbred Roan Orthor Bull 9 months old. V. W. Iceman re Luana Iowa. Mrs. Eaton of Waukon and miss a nid Russell of Cameron Wen Post Ille visitors Over sunday. For Sale several Good Poland Hina Stock hogs. Inquire of Louis Schultz re Luana Iowa. Ira Elley had the misfortune to pro in his left wrist monday while orking at the Abernethy House. For monuments of every description All on or write e. J. Roggensack Ansing Iowa. All work guaranteed. Chris Salzgeber is in receipt of a Etter announcing the Safe arrival be seas of his Nephew Louis Salzgeber. The school girls of Luana Are As listing the Farmers with Corn husking. Not easy work they s in but,1 Atri Otie. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. Mrs. James Gregg returned monday evening from an extended visit with relatives at Aurelia and other Points in Iowa. S. K. Kolsrud of Waukon the Republican candidate for county auditor was in town monday meeting the voters of this locality. For automobile and. General painting see j. Olson at Moore s boarding House Postville. Also Chimney repairing done in Good shape. Mrs. Elizabeth Dubois of West Union who spent a week hero at the Home of her Mother mrs. J. Sawvelle returned to hot Home on monday. Mrs. E. H. Schroeder and mrs. Edna half Pap were called to Mcgregor yesterday by the serious illness of Paul Cossack with influenza and complications. Harvey Clark left this thursday morning for Portland Oregon being called there by a Massage announcing the critical illness of is son Virgil in fee training Camp. The Sale of sugar for Canning Pur Prises was discontinued on last Satur As far As is known at this time % two pounds per person allowance fit ii be continued throughout novem set. _0n Friday last col. Geo. Waters of Willow Lawn Hereford farm sold to i h. Kneeskern of Castalia Twenty a head of cattle for which he removed $16 per Hundred or a total of �.081.00. Krumm informs us that the Lydon hog Sale at Cresco last and was a big Success the hogs bring an average of $7g. The of gust Price paid was $112.50 for a pod sow. Robert Lac who was manual Tmin-1 instructor in the local schools. Yew. A a who is now in the s. A. At Iowa City came last Satur Jafor a visit with his Friend mibs a a Boehm. United War work Campaign november 11 to 18. United War work Campaign november 11 to 18. Hot Baths for rheumatic trouble at Postville Hospital. Or. And mrs. J. M. Boehm went to Decorah on monday. Miss Ruta kling.3 spent sunday with Home folks at Monona. Godfrey Nicolay is now a sergeant and Fred j. Miller a Corporal. The James our went to Monona saturday to visit his son f. M. Orr. John Harnack celebrated his birthday at his Home tuesday evening. Mrs. Helen Behrens and miss Lorraine Behrens were at Decorah Friday. Pianos and Sheet music at Schultz & Schutte o in the Postville furniture store. We. Leui mrs. Hattie Hill and mrs. A. E. Cornell were at Decorah Friday. E. E. Brenner was an Over sunday visitor in Lacrosse with miss Beatrice Leissering. Or. And mrs. Keith Gray mrs. W. Schultz and miss Tillie Schultz Are All victims of the flu. Miss Irene Meier departed last saturday for Spencer for a week s visit with the Frank Eaton family. Drs. Kiesau & Kelleher practising physicians. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store Postville Iowa. Mrs. Aug. Beyer spent the latter part of last week with the Fred Scha Fer family at Postville Junction. H. E. Taylor candidate for judge and Ben Svebakken candidate for sheriff were Post Llie callers wednesday. Road master Carr and daughter of Cedar rapids were Over sunday visitors at the Home of Leo Willen Lorg in this City. A or. And mrs. J. W. St?.ele, mayor w. H. Burling miss Ethel Gray and butter maker b. F. Schultz Are Laid up with influenza. Miss Bertha bochum on tuesday evening entertained a Small company of friends at her Home in Honor of her Friend Privalo Robert Lee. Are you sick then you should hike Nap Pathic and suggestive therapeutic treatments and get Well. Or. 0. A. Kinsel Postville Iowa. The Ernest Holzer hog Sale at Al Gin which had to be postponed will be held next wednesday nov. 6th. Read the big and of it in today s Herald on Page 8. Rev. And mrs j. Gass received a card from their son Walter to the effect that he had arrived somewhere in France. This is the third son in the family who has arrived Over there. Mrs. Louis Krumm and Dau Hinr who have been visiting local relatives the past month returned to their Home in Chester s. D., last thursday Chas. Krumm accompanying them a far As Calmar. On account of the influenza Epi Demic Hon. W. H. Taft had to cancel his engagements in Iowa at this time. The Date for the Calmar engagement has b3en postponed to wednesday nov. 13th. Watch for advertisement in next week s Herald. Theo. Hauck and wife of Cresco arrived Hori this morning for a Short visit before going to Cedar rapids to consult a specialist regarding the health of mrs. Hauck who it will be remembered figured in an automobile Accident at Ossian last year and from which she has never fully recovered. A message last thursday brought word to or. And mrs. G. Staadt of this cite that their son Tony was seriously Sid at Berkley Cal when he had in in recently transferred from san Antonio Texas. This thurs. Dav morning they received a Mes a age from Tony himself stating that he had been having a siege with pneumonia but was now on the mend and getting along As will As could be expected. Jilt the Board of health meeting on tuesday evening no action of any kind was Talicen looking to the lifting of the present quarantine for influenza. Or. Kelleher appeared before the Board and stated that As there were at that time More castes of j us than when the quarantine was male he thought it inadvisable to lift the quarantine a that time and it was so ordered. Hence there has been no raising of the ban on Public meetings nor permission Given the schools to ?3open. The flu lid is on and As new cases Are developing daily at present it is doubtful if the Council at its meeting to night will make any change in the present quarantine. For raising one Hundred and seventy millions of dollars is the biggest thing of the kind attempted in the history of the world. Postville s part in this matter is not a Small one. On of her former citizens or. John r. Mott being at Thra head of the National Campaign. It is up to Postville to do something Especial. The thing seems to be to go Over the top in raising our quota the quickest of any town in the state. Chairman Herb Waters of Waukon has appointed a local committee which will have charge of the work. Every Liberty Bond buyer in the town and township will receive a circular next week outlining the plans for going Over the top in a Short time. The allotrr�2nt for Postville and Post township is $6,000, based on five per cent of the last Liberty loan. Liberty Bond buyers Are allotted five per cent of the amount they purchased in Bonds which is about the same As one year s interest on the Bonds. Or. Mott states that if the War should close tomorrow the funds raised would be hardly enough. The work of the seven organizations for taking a Homo to the boys Over there will be needed after peace is declared even More than it is at present. Waukon Post office robbed. Young Man accidentally killed. A most deplorable Accident occurred Here last sunday afternoon say the fort Atkinson correspondent the Ossian Bee. Will Jirak in com Pany with a number of friends was Hunting in the Grove near the Jiral Home. He stuck the gun into the hollow of an old log or stump and was in the net of driving out a Squirrel that had secreted itself in the hollow of Ohe log. The gun accidentally Dis the charge entering his head blowing off the top influenza quarantine still on. United War work Campaign november 11th to 18th. Old fur Coats wanted. We will buy old fur Coats for Patching material As follows. Old Coon Black bulgarian Lamb yellow Goat horse and cowhide Coats and wombat. Will pay Good prices for what is Good on the Coats. See our agent or. Christ. Salzgeber Postville Iowa. Edes Robe tanning co., Dubuque Iowa. Vote judges. For Houck and adv. Springer for paid advertisement for efficiency and courteous attention to your Public business vote for e. E. Beers democratic nominee for treasurer of Clayton county on the regular democratic. Ticket. To Lac now Rii Virl room and for the other rooms of the House has arrived. Our Rug department was never so big never so Superior never so Complete As it is right now. We invite you to Call and View the Many pretty designs we Are showing this fall they Are priced right too. Postville furniture store Louis Shutte proprietor the Post office at Waukon was broken into and robbed during the Early hours of wednesday morning and indications seem to Point to the fact it was the Woik of professional cracks men. Entry to the building was aimed through a rear door which was found Jimmie open after the go 0.00 1&.5-16.75 Coo 8.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 .801 5.00 7.50 s00-11.00 10 .00-14.00 .14 5.7b .47a .20. .20 .1.1 la watch your feet or the flu May get you 1 doctors Tell you to avoid wet feet and to do this during this 1 wet weather youve got to have the right kind of footwear. 1 you Don t want your children to run any unnecessary chances. Bring them in and tet us fit on a pair of Buster Brown shoes the kind that will not kick out and a pair of rubbers and you won t need to worry about dampness. F Luhman & Sanders i the Home of Good goods Postville Iowa our new Stock of ladies and misses shoes have also arrived. ?2.50 hogs advancing steadily higher than a week ago. Cattle not very much change in cattle Market Over a week ago. Oats about steady the past week. Corn prices the same As a week ago. Barley gradually working lower. Charged later Smith of route no. 3 came above the Eye Man stately removed Tothero. Chekal undertaking Vii was dressed Fri of the Wool jams a a saturday and walked away with aus Fuus autographed receipt for Jefty two heralds. We have a few it diplomas left that we shall be i Ost rated Rief. The of the them with i tragedy narrowly escaped being a double one no Lois Neuzil one of the Hays in he company who stood close a. By was hit by a couple of shots rom Chc up 8l,Ilid Youm Man be w the discharged weapon. Being out of san who came la from gut direct no not the Elln allow Over he a kh5 a promotion from in info a i a eco no to. A vote on nov 5,for or. Means efficient services in auditor s office Post local Adver red Cross notes. The surgical Surg finished 5000 shot bags. L ?�,tlh1fvraptonhy nov. Shells. 10th. We must have a Soldier s life. Help save for Sale.  several Choice la hits a do non Hull one old John s. Dresser. Ii t avoid hog cholera by feeding linseed weal for Sale by Hall Roberts son Postville Iowa vote for Houck and Springer for a u now ready for business 1 we Are now ready and re opened for Busi Ness again. Have re arranged our store and re f stocked with a bigger and better line of goods f than Ever such As dry goods of All kinds i groceries of the Best Quality shoes and footwear for All furnishing goods flour and feed. Have just received a car of flour bran and shorts. Country produce taken in Exchange at highest Market Price. Will also buy hides and furs. We sell at Low prices and invite you to  Call and see our splendid Stock of merchandise. J Terry & Rosenberg Luana Iowa i a i. A. . . Lliull�Hllllljllllllhiihhi�Ilinimhinihlllinillllllmiiiiiihihiiailll�L�.L�Iihiiih�Iiiiihiiiiiii

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