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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Postville, Iowa local news _ buy w. S. S. This week today. S have you kept your a s. S. Pledge ? 5 a big dance at Turner Hall Satur a Day night Levi Schultz has the flu. Buy w. S. S. This week today. Have you kept your w. S. S. Pledge Alderman j. Walter a victim of the flu the late John Thill a a a a a a Frank Jarms of Monona was Here miss Pauline Staadt is clerking at a business tuesday he Palm. A bring in your red Cross pigs on Marie Wegner of Cresco is Home next monday december 2. Or thanksgiving. A hot Baths for rheumatic trouble at Over Postville state Bank Postville Hospital. 1 a five room House for Sale or rent. Call on of h. Welzel. Chas. Krumm went to West Union on business inst Friday. Mrs. John Waters entertained for mrs. Hart tuesday night. Or. And . M. On of Monona were Postville callers tuesday. H. S. Luhman was. Up to Chaster last Friday on important business. At Postville theatre thursday nov. 28, Fanny Ward in John Kinney was an Over sunday visitor with or. And mrs. Verni Kluss. Pianos and Sheet music at Schultz & Schutte a in the Postville furniture store. We. Appel. Was a business caller at the Herald office on wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Durno spent sunday in Ossian at the Home of her sister mrs. F. Frantzen. Mra Leo Beucher and children and miss Maude Perry were Decorah visitors saturday. The Iii emotional livestock exposition will be held in Chicago from nov. 30 to dec. 7. An Eye ear nose and Throat clinic will be held next tuesday dec. 3rd, at Postville Hospital. John Hubacher and wife of Mcgregor came last week for a visit with relatives and friends. Drs. Kiesau & Kelleher practising physicians. Office Over. Luhman & Sanders store Postville Iowa. Miss Hilma Krambeer of a Monona returned Home monday. After a week s visit Here with relatives. Mayor a. C. Tatro of Castalia was a Postville visitor last saturday and made the Herald a pleasant Call. Ruby Luebke daughter of Charles , was operated for appendicitis at Postville Hospital monday. Or. And mrs. Louis h. Schroeder entertained a company of friends at their Home on sunday afternoon and evening. Louis Meyer and family of Ossian were Down sunday for a visit at the Home of mrs. Mayer s Mother mrs. H. Behrens. Leo Beucher received a souvenir from the Battlefield of France yesterday from his brother Harry. See it at the Bank. On sunday mrs. H. Behrens celebrated her birthday a Large number of. Natives being present to help make it a Joyful occasion. Mrs. Henry Miller very pleasantly entertained a company of ladies at her Home last saturday evening 500 being the form of entertainment provid Edv a a miss Lena Thoma who for the past five weeks has been assisting at the Home of or. And mrs. Louis Thoma at Burr Oak returned Home last Friday. Dave Stillman of Prairie do Sac wis., came saturday to join his wife in a visit with local relatives. They will return Home the latter part of the week Walter Brandt of the u. S. S. Von Steuben who has been visiting Home folks for the past six weeks returned to Philadelphia on monday to report for duty. Mrs. Ida m. Hart arrived in Post Ville tuesday to spend thanksgiving with her Many old friends after which she will return to her Home in los Angeles. Private Edwards arrived Here this. A morning from fortress Monroe be cordially invited. By order com ins relieved from further service _ his wife and child who Eva been " making their Home in Wau Kofy. Came Omar by Auto to meet him. A new ii us a z. U Unyi a of my and mrs. Leon chamber cac a a a. Lain Alluca last saturday and wilderness until after the holidays Allne agreed to stick on the Job for Long May he wave 21 years already 12 is lbs they have decided to keep him Campbell is buy w. S. S. This week today have you kept your w. S. ? saturday nov. 30, Roy Stewart in paying his debt at Postville theater. A. " i or. And mrs. John Schultz return for Sale or rent the residence of a sunday from i with relatives a a m to lat Luana. Your Choice of any trimmed hat at $3.00 each while they last at mrs. D. S. Stone s. An Eye ear nose and Throat clinic will be held at Postville Hospital next m a _ to _ ill or. R. F. Topliff dentist office tuesday dec. 3rd or Postville state Bank. A Cal de masonic Sonimun cation Chas. Krumm was at Cresco and next tuesday evening dec. 3, for Mann in Dinaise work in the second degree. Mrs. Geo. Kohlmann entertained a company of friends at a-6 o clock George Frank and Charles Fay and Frank Calahan a toed Down to Volga City sunday and spent the Day. Mrs. Paul Willman left for fort Dodge Friday to spend the Winter at the Home of her daughter mrs. J. J. Klein. Mrs. E. Cummings of Dubuque arrived Here Friday for a visit at the Home of her daughter mrs. George Kohlmann. Mrs .0. J. Beucher went wednesday to Cedar rapids to spend thanksgiving with Helen Beucher and mrs. f. Hein. Farmers Are advised that monday december 2, is the appointed time to bring in their red Cross pigs. And bring them in before noon. Are you sick then you should take Nap Pathic and suggestive therapeutic treatments and get Well. Or. O. A. Kinsel Postville Iowa. For Sale a full blood Poland China Stock hog and three shorthorn Bull calves a red Roan and White. Elmer f. Weihe r. 1, Postville Iowa. Martin Nelson of the u. S. S. Now Mexico who had been making a Short visit to Home folks near Gunder left Friday to join his ship s Crew at new York City. John Mcneil Joe Ryan John by Don or. H. D. Cole and Rev. J. J. Clune went to Cresco sunday to at tend a knights of Columbus Initia Tion a class of fifty being taken in. Monday dec. 2, special Paramount program Blue everybody will want to see this grand fairy tale produced n pictures at Postville theatre. Show afternoon and evening. Elma on business saturday John p. Lenth of Luana was Postville on business tuesday. Will Kuhse and family of Ossian dinner at her Home Las Friday Wens Postville visitors wednesday. R Raj a or. And mrs. Willard Livingood Are entertaining a Fine new baby boy. Henry Palas and Louis Schultz of near Luana were Postville callers tuesday. Or. And mrs. Arthur Behrens left Friday for Cedarburg wis., to visit relatives. Your Choice of any trimmed Hal at $3.00 each while they last at mrs. D. S. Stone s. Miss Irene Meier entertained a company of friends at her Home last thursday evening. Or. And mrs. E. P. Durno went to Springville to spend thanksgiving with de s parents. Miss Hazel Hubbell of this City is getting along nicely following an operation for appendicitis tuesday. For monuments of every description Call on or write e. J. Roggensack Lansing Iowa. All work guaranteed. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. A number of the lady friends of miss Edith Orr gathered at her Homo on sunday afternoon and enjoyed a picnic supper. If you want to buy or sell a Good farm Call on or write to Ben Over Beck Luana Iowa. I have several Good farms for Sale. Miss Helen Tuttle started her school in the John Dresser District monday after it had been closed for five weeks owing to the flu. Miss Beatrice Backhaus of Garnavillo came monday to attend Postville High school making her Home with or. And mrs. Arthur . William Brandt of this City received a letter from her Sis or mrs. Fred Warnke of Paulina stating that her son private Edward died in France. The boys Are coming Home on Friday Louis Schultz son of Joe Schultz Arri cd from Camp car thur Waco Texas having been re leased from further service. Secretary Charles Huebner of the Postville main Merchor informs the Herald there will be a general meeting of the society on saturday Evien ing of this week nov. 30th. Lost chief a. C. Webster of the Postville fire department lost a Bunch of keys the evening of the elevator fire and would be very glad to have finder return same to him. John Beardmore and wife of Mcgregor were Over sunday visitors at the John Powers Home. Or. Beardmore is a sergeant in the u. S. Service and is stationed at Camp Deming mass. Miss Melinda b. Casten departed on monday evening for Washington d. A where she has received an appointment from the government. We wish her Success in her new Field of labor. It is Seldon that an Exchange liar been Able to put out a picture that has received the Universal Praise of theatre goers As the Blue it will be at Postville theatre next monday afternoon and evening. Admission 10 and 25c, including War tax. Are you looking for a real frolic then bring your Basket and come to the methodist Church Friday nov. 29th. Big sunday school rally. We want every member present. All parents and friends of the Church Are dad Harrington arrived in Post Ville tuesday from Marshalltown on a visit to his children and Many old friends. He is still death on demo Vitenas. Be is Sun Zeaui us Emu t Man arrived at the crafts and damning the Kaiser. He a new hired Man arrived to Terry & Thig part of the Barley shop Early Postville merchants have their Holiday stocks All on display and the government recommends v. I a " Lri Pond tone play Ana the government. wring Ter Loo Iowa. Mrs. A. J. Palas received a i incl when the announcement that the War was practically ended came Ovier the cables the directors of the International livestock exposition in View of the important part played by american livestock in saving civilization from militarism decided to make the first week of december a period of Victory Celebration. Napoleon s epigram that an army travels on its belly is historical. A thou the beef and the Bacon sent by the United sates to the allies during the conflict period militarism would still be Swash buckling up and Down Tho highways and byways of the world. Beef and Bacon were As essential As ammunition in the conflict just closing and the United states proved efficient in furnishing both. Increased military training is a problem for future solution but that of the world s food Supply warrants no conflict of opinion. During the War tha livestock growers of the United states met and mastered an emergency. As the International is the very heart of that Industry a Victory Celebration at Chicago is filing both As to time Aid place. Many factors entered into the winning of the wan but Boot pork and Mutton were prime Assenti is. Now More than Ever when Europe is confronted with famine must this Industry be recognized and by rallying to a timely Celebration of their historic achievement producers can most effectively give assertion of the indispensable part they have played. Annual meeting. The annual meting of the Turner society will be held on saturday Dac. 7, at 8 30 o clock p. M. Everybody should turn out and attend. Geo. B. Welzel president. Col Geo. Waters auctioneer and his Sale dates dec. 3 dec. 4 dec. 9 dec. Dec. De Reardon four Miles Northwest of Farmersburg. 4-mrs. Joe Lestina four Miles East of Monona. 9-wm. Dull two Miles North of Monona. 10-Joe Barrett 2 Miles South of castalia.11-a. C. Henthorn 4 Miles Southwest of Waukon. For Sale dates Call on or write to c. E. Waters at the citizens state Bank Postville Iowa or col. Geo. Waters r. 2, Postville Iowa. Till Oats. Hurley. Com. We boat. Timothy. Rostvit a Market. Thursday november 27 a week s a Victory Celebration. Father Dies at Little son s Side. A three year old boy played about an automobile for mor. A Han thres hours his childish mind filled with wonder that his father who sat dead in the machine did not respond to his repeated appeals. Ray Brown living near Hamburg aged 23 years h is been a of influenza. He had recovered or believed at least he had and with his boy drove in his Machne to i suit an Uncle Jim Brown. While there he complained of a pain i i his heat but did not give it much Thot and later started to drive Hema. Apparently he died As the car was ascending a Hill. The car rolled backward and finally went off the Road where it stopped upright. Quite a number of people passed during the More than Theca hours the machine with the lifeless body o Bro in in the a eat and the baby playing in the car stood there but no one stopped to investigate until d. E. Findley near whose Home the car had stopped went Over to see what was wrong. Fatally injured during Celebration William Dallinger an Atlantic Young Man lies at tha Hospital with a great Hole torn in his Abdomen by a piece of Gas pipe which he and his companions loaded with powder and touched off while taking part in the a peace Celebration. A gaping wound six inches Square was torn in dal linger s Side exposing the intestines the attending physician holds out Little Hope of his recovery. Atlantic want Stark mad when it received the news of the signing of the armistice. Automobile loads of men Rode thru the streets firing shotguns in the air. Thousands drove in from the near by towns and the country took part in the Celebration. Large Eagle brought Down. I 8. 1.25 . 8.7i 9.00 he is.15.s�1�.0. 10 9.004,00 b.000.00-10.015.00 8.007.00-10.0010.00-15.00a. 6.75.51 fat cows. Gunners Ami cutters. Heifers. Mills. Stunk cattle. Veals. Miles. Horse hides. Ebbs.-. Creamery Nutter. -.springs. All hons.,. Boosters. Notes on the Market. Tha Grain markets have experienced their usual november decline the Barley-2c lower. Oats-r2c lower. Corn-5c decline. Timothy seed steady at late High prices. Mil Onier meet one of the Post-1 Sage today from har Bister who is in i the regular meeting of on by it stated that Ghe waa vile fire department will be held on monday evening next dec. 2, at 7 30 o clock. As matters of the utmost importance. To the department Are to be considered it is essential that All members Are present. Joe Stockman of a Marshalltown Ason of or and mrs., Gene Stockman was on Over night guest at the Home Wedll. The message came from the red Cross and was forwarded Njaro from Washington. It was dated oct. 5, and evidently was started before the War was Regis Dar. Friends and relatives of the Post Lille boys overseas Are receiving letters from them almost every Day. Was an Over a i or. I of a supple will Moll in this City last lera in Usu a or i jew we one a and thursday noon loft sunday s of Over a Mill visit to relatives Ion letters arriving it Eastern ports he a Turen this Way for a Little i last saturday. Of this Large numbs longer visit. Two agree with editor Mclace of the fact to county Union Whan to St Vvs in Tho fair Tomb a a a a last saturday. Of this Large number Postville received More than 100 and some of published in this week s Herald. Inn mar mw.,the National War fund drive soft in of administrator headed by John r. Mott for the Rais a is poll or i tweak eggs Are ing of $170,000,000, resulted-1 in Raip e. M. Phillips uus week b a Nathi Wil quoted tit 61 and 62 cents to Docan 2b against the 56 cent per dozen last weak perhaps the food Admi Matea a on cons Werf this a fair Fop Hon fruit but we can t see  it that the figures would suit w Sefc Iii ?203, 000,000, this Money will be divided Between the y. M. C. A., y. W. C. A k. Of a salvation army jewish welfare work Library association and Community War Camp service All of which. Help egg the Ideal Cook stove Coal several Large eagles have Biden killed near Cherokee this fall but the largest one was shot Down by Murl Nelson living just North of the City recently. The Bird was evidently of the common species but was an elegant example of by cd. When tha wings were spread out it Meas us and fully eight feet from tip to tip. The Nelson boy with some others was Hunting near Mill Creek when they saw the huge Bird and a shot from Nelson s Rifle brought it Down. The Eagle could easily have carried off a Small hog in its great talons which were considerably larger than a child s hands. Woman at 85 husks Corn mrs. Mullarky aged 85 years Liv ing in Lafayette township is putting in some of her spare time husking Corn. Nino years ago she had the bad Luck to break one of har limbs and this As interfered not a Little with her getting about. This aged lady has not been in Lansing in nine Mirror memorial services for soldiers mayor w. H. Burling has appointed a. J. Phillips a l. Meier find a. C. We  com Nettee to Lor memorial services for our Soldier boys who died Over the service will be held some weeks in the future watch the Herald for Date for Sale by my Roberts Sun at Roost a a. A. A Postville Iowa i Ywe will Sond the Postville Herald with either the Chicago Tribune or the Herald and examiner for one year for $6.00, payable with order Chicago dailies Are now $5. J0 a year go ahead with your plans that is the advice of the War industries Board. Maybe you have hoped that another year would see your plans of a new Home realized. Those Hopes can be a reality. Building restrictions have been removed on All farm and ranch buildings. All schools churches hospitals and Public buildings costing not More than $25,000.00. All new Homes costing not More than $10,000. Now is the time to plan. Let us help you. Consumers Independent lumber company Postville Iowa get the food saving habit if every american saved a slice of bread a Day thousands of families in Europe would be saved from starvation. Thoma Brothers Postville Iowa Liggett s and Punke s chocolates oysters purity ice Cream statement of the Postville Farmers Coop Creamery co. For the month of october 1918. Receipts. Jno. Doscher -35,952 la butter 20.795.73 Jas. Rowland 6,014  3,342.82 Cash butter orders 1,168 688.96 patrons " " 786 " 448.02 employees " is " 29.07 43,971 lbs $25,304.60 211 bbl. Buttermilk 95.09 Salt sold .15 $25,399.84 expenses. insurance Ico haulers b. F. Schultz butter Makor c. G. Sander Secretary tubs directors pay checks suit sundries printing half of lost taxes freight and Dru Yuge Builter color Coal liners Cream vat $ 10.00 30 00 78h.60 155.00 100.00 298.00 6.00 15.00 69.12 10.00 38.49 1.s0 25.04 75.00 20.00 20.00 $1,057.05 summary total receipts for month balance last month total expenses for month paid patrons in butter paid patrons in checks balance on hand $25,399.84 319.88 25.719.72 1,657.05 24,062.67 448.02 23,338.86 275.79 $24,062.67 total number pounds Cream received during month ,137.770 total number pounds butter made from same  43.971 a tenge Oil butter fat test 1 25.61 average Price per la. Paid patrons for butter fat 68.00c average net Price received per la. For butter after deducting fret. 57.54 ave. Cost of Man f g 1 la. Butter. Exclusive of hauling 1.9sc average Cost of hauling p. La. Butter 1.78c total average Cost of la. Butter 3.76c c. C. Sander Secretary Postville Iowa Church notes bb8&whcifiarshbibir8sls m. Paul s lutheran Church. Sunday school at 10 a. M. Preaching service at 11 a. M. Luther league next sunday evening beginning at 7 30. Thanksgiving services will be held thursday Forenoon at 10.30, All arc Welcome to our services. Rev. E. Schmidt pastor. Methodist episcopal Church. Morning preaching service 10 a. A sunday school at 11 30 a. M. Epworth league at 7 00 p. M. Evening preaching service at 8 00 prayer meeting every wednesday Evo Niny at 8 00 o clock. Luana preaching at 2 00 p. M. Sunday school at 3 00 p a. There will be a sunday school rally Day picnic supper at the methodist Church on Friday evening nov. 29th. All members and friends of the congregation and sunday school Are cordially invited. Each family will bring sufficient sandwiches for their own needs and one other dish or More if they wish. Supper from 5 30 until All Are served. Come and have a Good time. No charge. Save your Money for War savings Stamps. All Are Welcome to Toliese services. Hadwin Williams pastor. Congregational Church. Rev. Wiltberger pastor of the congregational Church will preach the annual thanksgiving Sermon in the m. E. Church at 10 30 thanksgiving morning. To will preach the thanksgiving Sermon at Monona in the evening. Next sunday to will i occupy the Monona congregational pulpit both morning and evening

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