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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Postville, Iowa J ocal news 1 ill ill jul ii Iii ill i a Ali Liotla War work Campaign nov 11 to 18.has r. Wallis will continue Nashua Post. Frank Dajnek visited friends Uona last week. A room House for Sale or rent n f. A. Wel�3l, Row Schuler was at Spil Vilu Idaess on wi9d.iies.Day. Ii f. Top Lii dentist office is Favillo state Bank. I. Prior returned from his Busi in to Atlantic on monday. A jessamine Purdy of Waukon business caller in town monday. John Schroeder of Castalia shopper in Postville wednes net my. Win. Kozelka were unday visitors with Monona is v c. W. Slouck of Decorah was Ess caller at the Herald office Lur Day. And mrs Hall Swenson wove Tunny visitors Here with Home and friends. Ittle baby girl was born to or. Is. Will Sebastian near Harin essay night. Kiesau & Kelleher practising a i its. Office Over Luhman & store Postville Iowa. Bush is working at the j. A. Meat Market during the 111 Chris Salzgeber with the flu. On Orr of Waukon was a Post Sitor monday and took Occa on 1o Swap yarns with the Herald free. Flip. F. C. Comstock was removed for her Home to Postville Hospital Pis r ring being seriously sick Ith flu Enza. By l. Meyer near Ossian Mars Spring pigs last week which red 277 lbs., a Good record for North old pigs. A. Schroeder will hold a pub a at his farm 2% Miles South Postville on monday nov itch for big and next week. A. Webster son of Sherman webs or who is stationed at Camp 3ord ga., is spending a thirty Day a Lor vhf at the Home North of town. M. Mil mrs. Chris Meier got into the r a Parent class sunday night did re Stork leaving an 8% la. Boy its is ind bail iss Leir tile he bed Vera a fever Jot is ast i s. V Chr by to Jordre. Julif Terai the Liege i time from until Home had i or soit Public the i lip Lviv Jot up p form had 1 was that tight Law s. A. Rah. 1 with for lir a i prot there Arm i Tiv cons ii now Tor 1 other priv Gra Italy get 1 a a in a Mai Jhu come week vre a rides i Nihil in c or first pan Villa Liny / ditto i Label Ter. Size i to l min pc a form to her 1 t that right wive such of to make vilest treat or. Fran of St "11 m Steve. That a by j Fecile. Or \ going War. Itier Puller Hoine of or. And mrs. Lynn Der. Irene Clark left saturday for aids to lid has been clamped Down than Ever now. Ice Lien who is attending the i at Luther College Deco a Down sunday for a visit a Mother. Red had the mis to break the two Bones list in a football scrimmage to week and is carrying his a Sling. A of private soldiers varies j Bly in the several countries War but Uncle Sam does bet Bis soldiers than any of the for instance in the u. S. A Soldier gets $1.00 a Day in a i ii Aiu 3uc, in France of 2 to 4c, while the Fred Luhman received his Call into the Navy wednesday and is to report in Chicago. He will leave sunday. C. F. Reimler and wife of Sumner came wednesday for a visit at the Home of their daughter mrs. H. T. Roggensack. Chas. Krumm went to Elgin yesterday to attend the Holzer Sal and from there will go to Winthrop for the same purpose. V for automobile and general painting see j. Olson at Moore s hoarding House Postville. Also Chimney repairing done in Good shape. John Hecker was called to the Springfield Hill wednesday night to pull a car belonging to two Clermont men out of the ditch. Nobody Hurt. Miss Edna Ammons left saturday for Lowden Iowa to resume her work As teacher in the schools which had been closed on account of influenza. The newest victims of the flu Are mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and son Charles Pete Welch Joe Muchow Paul Spaugy Lillian Kiesau Charles and Norman Dannenbrink. Geo. Kohlmann has on display in the window  of his clothing store a very Beautiful Pillow which Joseph Hannek sent from France to mrs. Fred Harmac of this locality. Is the Herald you have in your hands paid for if not you had better make this office a Call at once As the government orders that nil subscriptions must be paid for in Advance the sympathy of Many Postville people is with or. And mrs. Harvey Clark of Sunshine Valley who this week received the sorry news of th.2 of their son Virgil Clark at Portland Oregon. G of. Kohima a is getting ready for a pie test if there is anything in indications As he has on exhibition at his store a pumpkin seven feet in circumference that was grown by de Thoma of this City. We will Sand the Postville Herald with either the the Herald and examiner a one year for 86.00, payable with or Chicago dailies Are now $5.00 a year. Mrs. Dave stil Maii of Prairie do Sac wis., arrived Here saturday for a few weeks visit with relatives. She was Besom her marriage miss Emmai Schara. A daughter of our former i ill townsman Fred Schara and wife it in who Eft. There about eight years ago she Leports All Well. Tuesday nov. 12, from 10 00 a. until 4 l0 p. In., is the Date of Karl i oni Yuers an 0.0i u . I so j 5.1x j j a i so a is j a i  -13 \ .13 the Home of Good goods Postville Iowa our new Stock of ladies and misses shoe shave also a it tved. Issmlea0its i i3slini to s iininnihiihihi�lllihlnim�ehiji�llhmihiiiiihiiliiilssm13ltji3jh2hlihsuiiniiihn�r nhniisicismt0hhiuiniuiiiuiiiuiiuiiluunilllltlln i if if Fik i a Iii Hui notes on 4 the Market. Advanced 2 Eonis i the the United states commissioner at do Viuque on information of m. C. Swea Mitchell county Nefi iday ing n package specified by the Post office it to bring Christmas cheer to Over a Ladys Hinmon of Luana was be visitor saturday and in he Herald that a letter from a w Lynn aver there Saj a had lost a part of his Mas a result of a wound to the fighting front in Franco the sacrifices the Young men country Aro called upon to make thu would Biff i from the ing that Over breathed Tho a grains. 5 Corn--5 cents Advance wednesday i re of this week. I is hogs Market about steady to 25c s higher than a week ago. Cattle steady on Best and 50c to j h $1.00 lower o n other kinds. Re opened Tor Siess again Nave re arranged owe store a stocked with a bigger and better line of Psi is Ever As father must go son is exempted. A Farmer living near Savannah 2 i Miles Distant from Bol Leruo is said to be the butt of considerable joking on Tho a sit of ids neighbors. When his 21 year old son had to Register the father is said to have made affidavit that Tho son was the. Sole manager of his farm mid that the productions of Large amounts of food products depended upon ins son Renu icing at Home and fanning or sept sorr now a will Havu to go to the so the son was Uckun Aliffi rent class. The a. Only .12 years old and. Yihwa had to regi Ier i Romili now to will have to 1. Nallif o the farm. By feeding see for Sale by Hall Roberts son i  Post Villas Iowa a s s Slung goods 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 focal and see our splendid Stock of merchandise. Is la a Iowa

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