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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1918, Postville, Iowa local news h. S. Luhman was at Decorah on business monday. Hot Baths for rheumatic trouble at Postville Hospital. Leo Beucher and family went to Charles City sunday. Mr1, and mrs. Geo. W. Fay were Down at Homer Alcobia s sunday. Homer Leui and miss Helen Waters were sunday visitors at Oak vein. The big Public Sale of Schroeder Leui & Meier is on wednesday oct. 10th. Regular communication of brotherly love Lodge no. 204 next tuesday evening.  the marriage Bubble will be the attraction at Postville theatre saturday night. Carpenter s five pipe be orchestra will play for the dance at Luana on saturday oct 12. Gilbert Sander Sand family went to harpers ferry today to visit Rev. And mrs f. W Pease. Drs. Kiesau & Kelliher practising physicians. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store Postville Iowa. Hale burling and children or. And mrs. F. S. Burling and Carl Holter were at West Union sunday. The Eye ear nose and Throat i clinic at Postville Hospital on tuesday october 15th, Forenoon Only. For Sale House with Bath electric lights Furnace heat. Two lots and a barn. F. W. Eaton. Fred Luhman received word monday that he had been promoted to i assistant county food administrator. A Large number of Postville people were at Clermont sunday to see a Aluir Guy Empey go Over the mrs. Louis Schutte and Willard mrs. G. W. Hunt and miss Kate Lampman were at West Union Sun Day. Louis Rasmusen returns to do i Buque this thursday evening after a week spent with old Postville friends. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in Postville Hospital Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. J. H. Dannenbrink went to St Louis sunday morning to attend a banquet Given to Iowa grocers by a wholesale firm of that City. We. Klutz and family of Fredericksburg and Carl Luebbers and f am ily of Monona were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Julius Heins the local fire company is six members Short caused by the boys Leav. Ing to join the Khaki army. Who will Volunteer to fill their places miss Caroline Shaffer who had been spending a few weeks Here with her sister mrs. Harry Cole returned to her Home in Dubuque monday chas1. Krumm is at Waden a today attending a Sale. The total receipts of the Waukon fair were $4,199,55. Hands up every thursday at the Postville theatre. We. Foels was a business visitor at Luana tuesday afternoon. Pianos and Sheet music at Schultz a Schutte a in the Postville furniture store. Rev. Had win Williams returned on tuesday from the m. E. Conference at Clinton. Rev. Hogan of Greene came monday for a visit with his Friend Rev. J. J. Clune. A. L. Trudo received a card from his son Elmer stating that he had arrived safely in France. Don t fail to attend Schroeder Leui & Meier s big auction Sale on wednesday october 1g. For wind Mill and pump work Call on Clarence Owen at the Farmers Central office Postville Iowa. The Eye ear nose and Throat clinic at Postville Hospital on tuesday october 15th, Forenoon Only. We have a car of that famous Lehigh Cement on hand. Consumers ind. Lumber co. Eleanor Mcdonald and Pearl Hammel were at Calner sunday to spend the Day with Francis Mcdonald. Or. And mrs. P red Thoma mrs. Herman Plaht and miss Bertha Tho a were at Cresco monday visiting relatives. Wednesday oct. 16, is the Date of Schroeder Leui & Meier s big auction Sale. Watch for Large advertisement next week. We. Oestmann was one of the Clayton county boys who left last Friday for Jefferson Barracks mo., for limited service. Emil Aulerich of Monona was a Herald caller tuesday and shot his subscription account away up into the latter part of next year. An stray old hog came to my farm october 1st. Owner can have same by paying expenses. John c. Kohrs r 3, Postville Iowa. Are you sick ? a then you should take apr Kathie and suggestive therapeutic treatments and get Well. Or. 0. A. Kincl Postville Iowa. F. S. Burling left monday afternoon for Kansas City in response to a Telegram apprising him of the critical illness of his sister mrs. Ann Brooks. The men in class one of the is to 45 draft have been receiving then notices this week to appear at Waukon tuesday for physical examination. The Ford car belonging to Martin Olson upset near the Herman Rose place monday and although the car was badly damaged the occupants escaped without injury. Over 100 pigs have been donated by Post township Farmers to the red Cross with two committeemen yet to hear from. A Complete list of the donors will be published next week. Rev. J. A Clune and Rev. Hogan were at Monona monday. Or. R. F. Topliff dentist office Over Postville state Bank. Henry Miller was at Mason City last saturday evening on business. Regular monthly meeting of Postville chapter o. E. S. Next monday evening. Schroeder Leui & Meier s big auction Sale will be hold on wednesday october 16. Or. And mrs. Joe Nick of Marengo were Here last thursday visiting old Postville friends. For Sale several Good Poland Chinal Stock hogs. Inquire of Louis a. Schultz re Luana Iowa. The Junior red Cross of Gunder will hold a Market Day festival on saturday of this week oct. 12th. For Sale House with Bath electric lights Furnace heat. Two lots and a barn. F. W. Eaton. For monuments of every description Call on or write e. J. Roggensack Lansing Iowa. All work guaranteed. Mrs. Minna Kohlwey of Grafton wis., Caime monday for a visit at the Home of her sister mrs. Arthur Beh rens. Henry Madaus and family a toed Down from Rise Vale sunday and spent the Day at the Home of Louis Heckman. " or. And mrs. John Harnack and daughter mrs. Fred j. Miller visited the Theo. Hauck family at Lime Springs monday. Mrs. Larue Webster has so far recovered from her recent operation that she Wasi Able to leave Postville Hospital on tuesday. S. C. Clark arrived in Postville on monday from Fayette on one of his occasional visits at the Home of his daughter mrs. E. H. Prior. For automobile and general painting see j. Olson at Moore s boarding House Postville. Also Chimney repairing done in Good shape. J or. And mrs. Arbe Behrens re turned from their wedding trip sunday. They report a very pleasant trip going As far As Lincoln neb. Otto and Leo Beucher and ear/1 Abernethy left tuesday for Loyal wis., to look after certain business matters at the Beucher farm near that City. 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 All subscriptions must be paid for in Advance Harry Cole and de prior returned last saturday from a two weeks fishing trip along the Mississippi in Minnesota and to prove they had Luck each brought Home a big pail of brain food. By the Waukon journal we see that Michael Barrett formerly of Post township now residing in Hancock county this state visited with relatives Over that Way last week and from there went to the great lakes naval training station to visit his son. Mrs. A. C. Webster and mrs. Otto Beucher went to Mcgregor tuesday noon to visit their sister mrs. Fred Oehring. Monday s casualty list contained the name of Charles l. Topel of emotional As having died of wounds received in Battle. John Eno of Wagner township Pur-1 chased a 10-20 Titan tractor of b. C. Fleming. Julius Heins delivered the same last Friday. Mrs. Christ Salzgeber returned Friday evening from Charles City where she had been visiting her sister mrs. H. A. Garms. Butter maker b. F. Schultz and family leave saturday morning for Burt Iowa to attend the funeral of Ben s sister mrs. A. J. Dau. Your Best Chance to save Money will be at our big Rexall one cent Sale on thursday Friday and saturday of this week. Thoma Bros. Nick Feckley and wife and Lawrence Bouslog of South English were Over sunday visitors at the Home of or. And mrs. Chas. Krumm of this City. Chas. Kohrs of this City has been under the doctor s care the past week with a severe attack of stomach trouble but we Are glad to report him on the mend at present. For Sale As i am overstocked i will sell some of my two year old Hereford heifers and Young cows. Also have several Young bulls old enough for service for Sale. De m. Gass re Postville Iowa. Arthur Behrens and family have retired from the farm and moved into Postville occupying their Fine Home purchased of the Hall Roberts estate. We Hope they May enjoy City life after Many years of hard work on the farm. Or. And mrs. H. S. Luhman Fred h. Luhman or. And mrs. Fritz Wilke miss Mary Williams and miss Velma Schultz took advantage of the delightful weather last sunday to make an Auto rip to Decorah Burr Oak and Cresco. August Lange and his men have been Busy this week moving the Standard Oil tanks and warehouse to their new location near the Hoth Hay Mower factory and most everybody is glad to have them located a Safe distance from town. Notice an stray hog came to my place about a month ago and i have taken him up. Owner May have same by calling at my farm 1 1-2 Miles West of Luana proving property an paying Cost of keep and advertising. Louis a. Schultz. Vas announced elsewhere the body of Ervin Schultz arrived Here today noon accompanied by Sergt. Charles Bloomfield of Decorah a member of Ervin s company co. Of 5th inf. Rep. Sergt. Bloomfield is also acquainted with fired j. Miller who is now a Corporal. And Otto Foels who is the company s Cook. The sergeant was Here but. A few minutes going Back on the returning train to Camp not being Able to go to Decorah to see has parents. A Large number of our subscribers have been in to pay their subscriptions to the Herald the past few weeks. How about yours is it paid up. Don t put this off if you wish to continue to receive the Herald. Or. Aind mrs. R. M. Hecker went to Fayette saturday to visit the lat Ter s brother Lawrence Dresser who is sick with Spanish influenza. Bob returned the same Day but mrs. H. Remained to assist in caring for her brother the Iowa federation of women s clubs holds its District convention at Mcgregor thursday and Friday of this week. Mesdames Fred Wel Zel b. N. Douglass and we. Leui Are the representatives of the monday club of this City. Or and mrs. C. T. Mcwilliams and son Paul and or. And or. And mrs. B. D. Mcwilliams took advantage of the Fine Brand of fall weather on tap last sunday to Auto Down from Chester and spend the Day at the Home of the boys sister mrs. Fred j. Thoma. F. W. Meyer West of town was All ready to go to Monona last sunday to spend his birthday when along came ten Auto loads of relatives and friends without any Advance notice and prevailed upon Fred to spend his birthday at Home and it is needless to say All had a delightful time. M. P. Lydon of Cresco and Alfred Magnus of Ridge wary will hold a big Type Poland China hog Sale at Cresco Iowa oct. 24, commencing at 2 o clock. Send for catalogue of the big 1,000-lb. Kind to m. P. Lydon Cresco Iowa. Included in this Sale Are some Young registered Short Horn bulls and one Percheron Shire and Clyde stallion. The misses Jeanette Sanders and Amy Daubenberger of this City Are two plucky girls. On Friday last they started out in the former s runabout for Cedar Falls to visit Eva Orr and Ruth Daubenberger and they made the trip without a mishap of any kind. They returned sunday evening after a delightful trip and a splendid visit with the girls. Gilbert Sanders and family Fred Meiske and Doc Topliff wandered off to the forests of Fayette county last sunday to a place where it was said walnuts could be harvested with a scoop shovel. But when they got there the Happy Nutting ground had a Strong resemblance to the fabled cupboard of old Mother Hubbard the Trees and ground both being absolutely it was a Fine Day for an Auto trip. Another Waukon boy has Given his life for his country says the Waukon journal or. And mrs. Emil Schukei receiving notice from the War department last saturday Forenoon that their son Albert had died from pneumonia in a Hospital in France. The poor Mother had to Bear the blow alone As the father was in North Dakota attending to the threshing on his farm. Albert Schuk i was 23 years old and was Horn lived All his life in Waukon having enlisted Early last Winter As a Mechanic and was connected with the aviation corps. Red Cross notes. The members of the red Cross Are requested to meet at the work room sunday afternoon at one o clock to go in a body to attend the funeral of Ervin Schultz. John Waters went to Chicago tuesday noon on business. Elj 1 Market. I , act Fuher 10 Oats. Ijarley.80 corp. Wheat. Timothy. Co .90 1.95-8.70 9.0 .110 00 hogs. 17.50-19.1.0 00 .10 .00 .00 00. 50 fat Cmys. Him ours Mii cutters. Hol fits. Hulls. Stock cattle. Veils. Hides. Horse hides. Efe is. Creamery mutter. Swings. Hens. Ito Ostelis. 7.00-10.0 0.00-7.oo-o.r 7.00 8.00-12 12.00-lo.ji notes on the Market. Wheat there will be plenty of room for wheat in Postville elevator next week. Grain markets All had a bad Day of it wednesday Corn declined 10c per Bushel the Bent Grade of old Corn Selling at $1.35 per Bushel in Chicago. Other slumps were Barley 8 to go Oats 3 to 4c Timothy seed Market Dull and unchanged. Best Illinois the Price for Sale by i Hall Roberts son postal Ole Iowa go 40 head of cattle at executrix Sale r        the undersigned will sell at Public auction on the farm of the late a. F. Marston 3 Miles Northeast of Postville on tuesday october 15th, 1 Sale to commence at 10 o clock a. M. Sharp the following described property 40 pure bred shorthorn and Standard polled Durhams both beef and milk cattle i 12 Milch cows 9 three year old heifers 10 two year old heifers 1 2 yearling heifers s two year old steers 2 yearling steers cows and heifers bred to double Standard polled Durham Bull Young athenian no xl6418�563333. I is High Grade Shropshire Ewe lambs 1 col. Geo. Waters auctioneer i l. Of Beucher Sale clerk free lunch will be served at noon terms�0ne years time on bankable notes bearing 7 per cent int. Are. A. F. Marston executrix c 

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