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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Postville, Iowa Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital s100.uu0 undivided profits Over $19,000 if you Are going to France with the government forces you can relieve your family of All business cares while away by placing your financial affairs in the hands of this Bank. In Short we will take entire charge of the business management of your affairs and in addition will gladly give you 6r your family any advice or suggestions developed from our Twenty five years of banking Ana investment experience. Speak for a Box in the vault of our new Bank we pay 4 per cent per annul on time deposits left for 6, 9 or 12 months. Officers h. S. Luhman president Carl Holter vice president l. 0. Beucher cashier c. E. Waters asst. Cashier Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. S. Luhman John Waters win. Harris Carl Holter l. 0. Beucher John c. Weihe a it Fol i i ainu protect your property insure with the oldest company in Iowa Iowa state insurance go., Mutual premiums saved policy holders $1,035,690.88 insurance written 1917 $51,164,693.00 w. S. Webster & son Postville la. Save the War tax buy More w. S. S. Lay in your Supply of tobacco and cigars before the new War tax goes into effect. Cigars by the Box and tobacco in any Quantity. Liggett s and Funke s chocolates oysters purity ice Cream return Oua empty cases and bottles Thoma Brothers Postville Iowa c All from Thi one re Isle the Mueller fineless Furnace will do this can always be depended upon to keep your whole House comfortable because it is a real heating system not merely a pipe Furnace with the pipes left off not merely a Large stove to be set in the cellar. The Mueller was specially and scientifically designed for heating without pipes. It is built in accordance with certain absolute Laws of air circulation positively essential to successful heating through one Register. It is so constructed and pro port Edaa to insure a continued and Knob str circulation of a Large volume of warm moist air throughout every room under All Malher conditions. We sail the Mueller pipe less Furnace because we know that it is the Only Furnace in which the principle of pipe less heating has been correctly incorporated because its Economy efficiency and absolute dependability have been proved by thousand of Home owners All Over the country because it is manufactured by one of the oldest largest and Best known makers of beating systems of All kinds and is sold under their own Iron Clad guarantee. The Mueller will make the Comfort and convenience of Furnace heat for your Home a certainty. It is positively your safest and surest Choice. Come in and a let us show Yon Why e. P. Durno hardware dealer heating plants a specially Postville Herald we. J. Klingbeil publisher subscription Price $1.50 pit year All subscriptions payable strictly la Advance. Advertising rate card sent of application. Entered at the 1 Ost office at 1 Stville Ivorn is second class mull matter. Friday october 25, 1918 nearby correspondence Luana. Mrs. H. H. Stoehr visited relatives at Monona from Friday until Mon Day. Frank fam Ham and son Glen of Faith 9. D., were guests at the Home of mrs. Clara Haslip. Miss Bertha Krambeer returned to Prairie Duchien monday after a few Days visit with Home folks. Miss Elsie Kains came for min Neapolis fiday evening for an Over sunday visit with Home folks. Miss ethelfred Smith is at Home this week the Shols at Postville be ing closed on account of influenza. Several relatives gathered at the Home of or. And mrs. Ben Krambeer thursday it being her birthday anniversary. Or. And mrs1. Harry Turner and children a toed to grand Meadow minn., saturday for a visit with the Eugene Turner family. Will Wilkie came up from Dubuque to spend sunday with his wife and children who Are spending a few weeks among relatives. Or. And mrs Henry Krambeer or and mrs. W. C. Landt and two daughters were sunday visitors at the Louis Krambeer Home. A letter from Harry Koth received the past week says be is Well and very Busy with plenty of Good things to eat. He and his company Are Lay ing u. S. Railroads in France. J. G. Johnson wife and daughter Ruth and miss Helen void of Wau Kon spent sunday at the Frank Bairn Home. Air. And mrs. Geo. Letchford a toil Imo High from Estherville on thursday for a visit at the Home of mrs. Rilla Letchford and other relatives. Mrs. J. A. Peck arrived Home on tuesday from Perry where she had been to attend the state w. C. T. U. Convention. She also visited relatives at Earlham. The misses Alice Owen Bessie Birdsill and Helen Fitzpatrick came Home from Postville As the schools had closed there wednesday on account of the influenza. A Call came Over the Telephone on Friday morning that Gene Owen s House was on fire. It caught in some Way from the Furnace but fortunately was discovered in time and was extinguished without doing much damage. Wedding Bells rang thursday when miss Mary daughter of or. Gind mrs. Fred Grotegut was United Fin marriage t Elmer Herman of Usu Kon. The ceremony took place at the Home of the Bride s brother John Grotegut about fifty invited guests being present. A meeting of the stockholders of the Bank was held monday afternoon and the following officers were reelected president John Beeber. . J. Van Wey. Secretary Theo. Stock. Cashier Frank Buynan. Directors to. J. Crawford Rob Waters d. W. Baldwin Ferdinand Kilmer Farmersburg. Or. Nevermann is very sick at the Hemo of mrs. Aug. Schroeder. We. Gruel and family and mrs. Drews visited at Garnavillo. Sunday. Mrs. W. C. Schmidt and Hilda and mrs. Bert Matthews were at Monona thursday. Mrs. Henry Oelke received two souvenir spoons from her son Leslie in France. Louis Drallmeier and wife have moved above the harness shop in the Looby building. Or. And mrs. Chas. Hinsch and miss Althea Dettman were Garnavillo visitors sunday. John Everall and family received a card from their son Ben that he had arrived overseas Horton and daughter Lena of voyage came monday to attend mrs. Johnson s funeral. Mrs. Eric Arvig and mrs. Knudt son of St. Olaf were callers at the Haltmeyer Home wednesday. Or. And mrs. Flaegel and or. And mrs. Roebken of Garnavillo were visitors at the Chas. Hinsch Home last tuesday. The schools and churches were closed saturday for two weeks owing to influenza. So far there Are no cases Here. Bess Everall fro Albert Lea Ana Leona Meier of new Hampton an Minnie Strein of Fayette came Horn from their schools being closed on account of the influenza. Mrs. Johanna Johnson died at the Home of her daughter mrs. Ole Thor son saturday oct. 19th. She was born in Norway and was in her 86th year. She has been an invalid the past ten years owing to a stroke of paralysis. She leaves to mourn her Oss two children mrs. Ole Thorson and de Johnson of this place and 6 grandchildren 3 in Minnesota and 3 Here. Castalia. A daughter was born to or. And mrs. Geo. Schave Friday. Mrs. Geo Neuenswander entertained the. Embroidery club thursday. A daughter arrived at the Home of or. And mrs. Walter Schultz sunday. Joe Ambrose and Marguerite Mckernan and miss Grace Carlin Are on the sick list. The schools and churches have been closed since thursday on account of the epidemic of influenza. Miss Minnie Strein visited miss Anna Schara saturday while Enro Ute to Farmersburg from Fayette. Or. And mrs. Frank Dowd returned Friday from Cedar rapids where they were called Friday on account o the illness and death of mrs. Dowd father. The Community was shocked e in of the death of miss Mary Uhley at Decorah monday evening from influenza. She had taught in the Deco Rah Public school for Twenty two years and when the schools were closed last week she remained to help take care of the sick at Ray Al Ger where she made her Home. Though slightly ill since saturday on Mon Day afternoon she grew worse rapidly and passed away at seven Oclock she leaves a father one sister Alma who live Here and one brother will at Faiburn neb. The body a brought from Decorah tuesday afternoon and Laid to rest in pleasant View cemetery. Frankville. Sherman Bollman had a Bee tuesday to raise his barn. Masons from Decorah have begun work on Lyle French s garage. Miss Amy Evans who has been ill with the influenza has recovered. A number from Here attended the Marston Sale at Postville tuesday. Mrs. Francis Padden spent the past week at Waukon with Home folks. Mrs. Geo. Van Wey Irvin and Earl went to Ravena tuesday afternoon for a. Short visit. Miss Mildred Owen who is attending a business College at Lacrosse arrived Home wednesday. Or. And mrs. G. Bollman and Curtis and mrs. W. H. Smith f Decorah were callers in town sunday. R. J. Water assisted by c. H Waters cried sales at Postville wednesday and at Centennial thursday. Miss Fern Everett concluded her visit at the Glen Letchford Home on thursday and returned to Strawberry Point. Mrs. Dora Meikle and Hazel moved into the Harry Olson House last wee. I Miller from Ludlow assisted them. Carl Letchford and wife Ware Over from Bethel to attend the raising at Sherman Bolman a miss Ruth Bollman accompanied them Home for a visit. Charley Brouillet and family enjoyed a visit from or. And mrs. Otto Dahlin and children from Glenwood sunday. The schools sunday school and All Public meetings have been discontinued for several weeks As a precaution against spreading the influenza. The teachers left saturday miss Harriett Einwalter for Strawberry it. And miss Inez Jerkins for Waukon political advertisement. Before voting be sure to look Over the Independent ticket. John Toutsch candidate for supervisor for term beginning january 1, 1919, on the Independent ticket although or. Toutsch was Nomin ated by the democratic county convention his name will not appear on that ticket because of a ruling made by the attorney general. He has consented however to run i depend Erit. The democratic party there fore endorses his candidacy on the in dependent ticket and urges All democrats and friends to support him therefore vote for or. Toutsch. George Kriebs chairman democratic county Central committee. We will Send 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 $5.00 a year Postville Iowa 1890 28 years 1918 Karl a Fisk optometrist makes visits to Postville at the commercial hotel on wednesday oct. 30th in the last 28 years i have fitted 38,000 residents of northeastern Iowa with glasses. Remember i am devoting All my time to the scientific fitting of Eye glasses and perfection can Only be obtained by years of experience and study. Earl d. Fisk opt. Office hours prom .0,8. A to 6 p. M. No agents. Your wife is no doubt one of the real factors in your Success. Let her have the advantage of a checking account in her business managing the household. And open her account at this Bank. I Iii Postville state Bank capital surplus and profit #110,000 we. Leui president a. L. Peterson cow liver 0. F. Meier vice president i Iii directors a f. W. Roberts we. Loui we h. Weihe b. C. Fleming c. F. Meier a. L. Peterson g. Staadt h. E. Roberts protect yourself from the prevailing Grippe epidemic by using Rexall Grippe tablets Rexall cold tablets Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store notice to Farmers the War industries Board at Washington fully realizing that food production and conservation must not be curtailed by Lack of proper buildings on the farms has just recently ruled that no permits will be required for new construction for farm purposes involving in the aggregate a Cost not exceeding $1,000, nor for repairs or extensions to existing buildings involving in the aggregate a Cost not exceeding $2,500. New construction costing More than $1,000 and essential to efficient farm management or increased farm production May proceed by securing a building permit from the proper state authority. The government requests that skilled labor be used Only where absolutely necessary that wherever possible the work be done by the Farmer and his own help and that no new work be done except where absolutely needed. We have pledged our support to the government in the Observance of the above ruling. But we want to urge upon every Farmer that that the first consideration is increased food production and conservation. A if a new building is needed to store Grain or House hogs or Stock so that food and feed will not be wasted that building is a legitimate part of the War program. We have a Complete Stock of lumber of hand in our Yards and immediately available for such purposes. Our farm building plans make building sure and economical. Gregg Brothers Postville Iowa try the Herald want ads they bring Best results

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