Page 4 of 13 Sep 1918 Issue of Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 13 Sep 1918 in Postville, Iowa and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Postville Herald.

Browse Postville Herald

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 13 Sep 1918 Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Postville, Iowa Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $1q0,w0 undivided profits Over $19,000 would All successful business men have a Bank account if there was no Benefit in it for them your Idle Money in our Bank will bring you the benefits they enjoy. Enrol your name with the Thrifty class and follow them to our Strong Bank. Speak for a safety Deposit Box in our vault in the new building now. 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. Brueher cashier c. E. Waters asst. Cashier Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. S. Luhman John Waters we. Harris Carl Holter f. L. Williams c. W. Meier l. 0. Brueher John c. Weihe we Are Able to offer our patrons a Ginger ale that is Ginger ale. Not a Pepper ale and one not sweetened with saccharin. Ballard Vale Ginger ale contains no Capsicum and is sweetened Only with finest granulated sugar. It is bottled with the famous Ballard Vale Spring water the ouly american because of its purity the French government has Ever permitted on Sale in France. 10, 15 and 25 cents a bottle. Sold exclusively at Thoma Brothers Liggett s and Funke s chocolates purity ice Cream j when you come Ito Decorah for your Winter clothing you can save five times the expense to come Here because we Are Dvine values in men a Young leu s and boys suits that cannot be had elsewhere in America. Men s Good fall suits $13.50 to $20.00 cheaper grades from $10.00 to $12.50 boys and children s suits All of the newest models of splendid wearing qualities purchased Long before the big Advance. You can absolutely save from 20 to 30 per cent on your purchases. Mackinaw and sweaters just the kind that Are durable and will give satisfaction to the wearer. Overcoats and Plush lined Coats As Well As sheep lined Ulster Are Here in great assortment. All at absolutely lowest prices. Underwear gloves mittens night Robes. A Complete assortment of the better grades at lowest prices. will pay you. Decorah Ben Bear Decorah Postville Herald we. J. Klingbeil publisher subscription Price por year All subscriptions Kyat to or Leuy Juji in Vince. Advertising rate card sent on application. Entered it the i Ost office it Postville Imra As second class until mutter. Friday september 13, 1918 nearby correspondence Castalia. Job Perry is very poorly. Miss Blanche Riggs returned to Kearney neb., saturday. Miss Edna Ames of Hardin visited miss Blanche Riggs Friday. Alton Lambert went to Cresco on tuesday to consult or. Kessel. Mrs. P. Finnegan entertained the red Cross unit at her Home tuesday the lutheran ladies Aid will meet with mrs. Fred Westfall this afternoon. Miss Minnie Strein of Farmers Burg visited friends the latter part of the w Eek. Or. And mrs. J. H. Kneeskern and Julia Kobriger returned thursday from Tipton. Mrs. Will Garrison and sons of Fayette visited at the will Albright Home saturday. Miss Leta Thornton entertained the embroidery club at the Reeves Home saturday. A. F. Smith and sister Sarah of Cedar Falls visited friends in this Vicinity the past week. Mrs. John Schroeder went to it Atkinson tuesday to help take care of her Nephew the Behrens boy who is very ill. Roseau Witt Ethel Allen Mary Floody Delilah Boll Man Ruth Riggle Helen Rathbun and Esther Meyer Are attending the Postville High school. Mrs. H. F. Stearns and son Clin ton and wife of Monona visited with friends Between trains monday while Enro Ute to Oelwein. Or. Stearns passed away in August and mrs Stearns expects to make her Home in Oelwein. Luana. Miss Ethel Smith entered Postville High school monday. Or. And mrs. John splies of Monona were recent visitors at Fred splies or. And mrs. Will Tewes and daughter were at Garnavillo Friday mrs. Clara Daubenberger of cres co was Long Luana friends Friday. Rev. And mrs. Kumpf entertained relatives from new Hampton Over sunday. Mrs. C. Nichols and Little Ruth were Over sunday visitors with Giard relatives. Or. And mrs. W. J. Lindroth and miss Caroline Overbeck were at to Nona thursday. Or. And mrs. Fred splies w. J. Splies and mrs. H. W. Schultz attended the funeral of John Wirkler at Garnavillo. Wednesday. Mrs. Bloomfield and daughter of West Union mrs. Mary Peterson of Humeston and her Niece from okla Hema were Here Friday. Mrs. Mason mrs Henry Welch and Little daughter went to Lawler on the Early train wednesday to attend the funeral of a grandson and Nephew a or. Russell. Our old Friend and neighbor mrs. Roberts died sunday of of Dage at the Jess Vaughn Home. The funeral occurred this afternoon in the Metho dist Church. Burial in Luana Ceme Tery. Mrs. Harvey Stoehr came from Dubuque thursday. Now that her husband has answered the Call of his country and is now located at Camp Dodge she has broken up housekeeping and stored her goods in Luana. On Mondy evening sept. 23, at 8 r. M., Rev. John c. Orth will give a patriotic lecture at the Luana opera House. Everyone is especially urged to attend this meeting. Rev. Orth is a German presbyterian minister born and raised in Germany who knows whereof he Speaks and gives an Earnest heart to heart talk on vital subjects. Farmersburg. P Herbert Thompson returned from his Western trip this week. Mrs. Radloff of Clayton Center is visiting her  son we. Radloff. Herman Baade and family moved on the de Reardon farm last week. Several from Here attended the funeral of mrs Berg at Clayton Center mrs. Sarah Adams is visiting at the Otto fuelling Home since Friday. Morris Sullivan and family of West Union visited at the Drallmeier Home sunday. Mrs. Dahlstrom visited with her son Frank and family at Mcgregor last week. Wilma Mertens of Cresco visited _ few hours with friends in town wednesday. Several from Here attended the John Wirkler funeral Garnavillo wednesday. Mrs. Frank Howe of Charles City visiting at the Herman Klingen Berg Home. Louis Fullgraf returned thursday from an extended visit with relatives Kansas City. Chas. Henning and family of Garnavillo visited at the mrs. Ernst fuelling Home sunday a miss Hilda Schmidt and Friend of Elkader attended the Minnesota state fair last week. Mrs. Behrens of Bryant s. D., is visiting at the Home of her daughter mrs. Henry Kruse. Henry Fullgraf and family and John elide visited at the Emil Buck Home in Calmar sunday. Louis Radloff and family and mrs. James Matthews visited at the Chapman Home in Highland sunday. Or. And mrs. We. Taake and Geo. Radloff and family visited sunday at the aug. Taake Home near Clayton Center. C. Stearns and wife of Monmouth 111., who visited last week at the Chris Peterson Home left for their Home thursday. Rev. A Thenstedt and family and mrs. Seamann of Clayton Center visited at the we. Fuelling and Fred Vogt Homes monday. Frankville. Miss Janie Lyons has been on the sick list. Miss Ruth Bollati is attending High school at Decorah. Word from Roy Haslip now locates him at Camp Mcarthur Texas. L. C. Spaun put in a foundation for a silo at Harold Laughlin s last1 week. I j. J. Vanwey had the Chimney on his store building rebuilt the first of the week. Or. And mrs. Hans Stegen visited relatives at Locust several Days the past week. Miss Clara Topel began a fall term of school in the Highland District last week. The d. Y. N. T. Will meet with mrs. Cora Mcnair thursday afternoon sept. 19. Miss Amanda Schultz is staying at her Uncle s near Luana and attending school. Royal Pratt wife and Stella of Waukon visited at Tom Bol Marf s Friday afternoon. Miss Harriet Ferris of Waukon visited miss Hattie Hager several Days the past week. Miss Myrtie Van vey arrived Home sunday evening from a visit at Decorah and Ossian. Miss Alice Owen and Bessie Bird Sill went to Postville monday where they will attend High school. Henry Hager accompanied Otto to Waukon wednesday from where he left thursday for Camp Dodge. A letter from Harold Spaun who is with co. A 358 inf. In France states that he has Ben made a Corporal. Or. And mrs. Frances Padden will and Roma Padden visited relatives at Waterloo saturday and sunday. They made the trip by Auto. W. Bray and family and miss Jessie Meikle went to Waukon wednesday to see Roy Meikle before he left for training at Camp Dodge. Mrs. J. G. Johnson and mrs. Ruth Sandbeck and daughter Lena and mrs. Void of Waukon were guests of mrs. Frank Bulman Friday afternoon. Or. And mrs. L. C. Spaun entertained or. And mrs Eggland and two daughters of Decorah or. And mrs. Gunder tinderholt and be mice and will Schultz at dinner sunday. Mrs. Sam Hoesly and Milton left Friday evening for Monroe. Wis., after a several weeks visit Here. Miss Ruby Brouillet returned with them to resume her studies at the second half of taxes must be paid before sept. 30th. Pay your taxes now at this Bank and avoid the penalty which attaches october 1. Hill Postville state Bank Haiti a., and 1miof1t 110,000 Hill we Leui president c. V. Meier a. L. Peterson. Cashier vice president 01 Recto us. Roberts c. F. Meiier we. Liui a. L. Peterson we. H. Woithe g. Stradt h. 0. Flaming e. Roberts Fomo of Victoria Tex As the whitest who i in Victoria Texas there arc three houses in the same Block or. Trailor s House shown above is one of them which Are painted with Heath & Millican Best prepared paint and in the words of the Painter himself the whitest White i Ever that s because Best prepared print has a his hiding Power you will find that out when you use it. You will Al of find that you won t have to get so much to go Over the surface and therefore fewer hours of labor Are required to apply it that it gives More years of service looks better All the time than most paints Best prepared paint is the Best House paint that Heath & Milligan know How to make or have Ever made after 67 years. It will prove to be the cheapest in the end. If your House needs painting now Don t delay decay won t wait for paint to get cheaper. Look for the Trade is in of dependability shown above when you do buy. The Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts cheapest intake and schools opened monday. High school brain the county sunday school con when our Public schools opened and mention was held Here monday and i the pupils after forgetting All their tuesday with a Large number pres-1 troubles during the Long summer fifty delegates were in. At cation have again taken up the task of Tendance representing the sunday polishing up their knobs of howl schools from Decorah Ridgeway Edge and the following efficient Burr Oak Hesper Castalia and it corps of teachers will drive them All a tit tary and wife of Des Moines Are both enthusiastic workers and much credit is due them for the Success of the meetings. The program which was printed in the county papers was Well carried out and proved interesting from beginning to end. One of the pleasant features of the convention was the picnic dinner and supper Given in the parsonage on tuesday which was greatly enjoyed by All. Chris Waters of this place was re elected county president a meeting was held in the masonic Hall saturday evening at which or. Watrud county agent and misses Cher Christianson of Decorah were present and made arrangements to hold a Community fair Here Satur Day sept. 21. Everyone is requested to bring samples of Grain vegetables baking canned goods sewing knitting etc., and these articles will be placed on display in the masonic Hall. All exhibits should be brought in the morning of the same Day. Several cooking demonstrations will be Given in the afternoon and in the evening a program of special music singing and several talks on agriculture will be Given in the methodist Church. Ribbon prizes will be Given for the Best displays. A supper will be Given in the basement of the m. E. Church from six o clock until All Are served and after the expenses Are paid the will go to the red Cross work. The following committees were appointed general arrangements Walter Pilgrim mrs. J. J. Vanwey and mrs. Irvin Hughes. Red Cross work mrs. George Vanwey. Advertising or. Watrud Frank Bulman Claude Vanwey and j. A. Peck. Farm exhibits a. W. Baldwin Earl Livingood John Schutta will Linnevold. Refreshments mrs. Tom Boll Man mrs. Mabel Waters mrs. Walter Pilgrim and mrs. Roy Knees Kern. Judges or. Watrud and misses ther Christianson. Mrs. G. W. Hunt superintendent. Edna Stoldt Normal training. Lillian Wolin mathematics. Mary Fulton English and foreign languages. Helen Andrews Home economics. Frances Cronin music and High school subjects. Mary Wilson manual training. Flora Franklin eighth Grade. Pearl Middlebrook departmental work. Lydia Schukei third and fourth grades. Louise Jones second primary. Cora b. Darling first primary. Postville Hospital notes. Portville Hospital has been a Busy place the past week ministering to the needs of those afflicted with various ills All of whom we Are glad to state Are doing nicely As follows sept. 2-Richard hide appendicitis. Sept. 0-Helen Kleckner of Postville Emil and Levi Frieden of Elgin miss Benzing of Farmersburg Geneva Wells of Clermont Beatrice Baek Haus of Guttenberg and Evelyn dits Mer of Garnavillo were operated for removal of tonsils. Sept. 7-mrs. Luxetic of Clermont was operated for appendicitis. Sept. 8-a baby boy weighing 8 1-2 lbs. Was born to or. And mrs. Harry Cole mrs. Nygard of Clermont Pelvic operation John learn Clermont hernia sept. 11-miss Jena Stoner son Clermont appendicitis Liana Christoffe Roii Postville and mrs Jergeson Clermont medicinal treatment. Chronic deafness in the Middle aged steals in As a thief in the night insidious without warning like invisible government not Manifest but effective. The Only Chance to save the hearing is before it has advanced far. It is a withering process involving the ear drum Ossicles auditory nerve and sometimes tin eustachian tube. I have treated cases from five to Twenty years Ngo win retain their hearing Well at the present time. Will be at commercial hotel Postville saturday september 21 Como before 12 at noon Arlington hotel Monona after 2 p. Of same Day. Of Ossian the committee having charge of the fourth Liberty loan in Alla Makee county plan on putting it Over in twelve hours. Be prepared when the Money in Timothy. Two Farmers living near Postville Are guilty of making some very easy Money. Alfred Harris on the we. Harris place this week cashed a Check for $1929.84 in payment for his crop of Timothy. A few weeks ago Henry Blumenhagen took Home $1502.42 from the same source. My. Blumenhagen h crop averaged $ 15.00 per acre. A few hours work with the self Binder and threshing much v ii a Wou when the Oeur Kinoer and thresh be Mno him a solicitor Calls on you on Saturn no r a to Mutone. Is september 28th. Y saturday All that is needed to Lake care of a r crop of Timothy seed. Or. A. H. Weber diseases of the Eye ear nose and Throat treated glasses perfectly fitted examination Futee we will Send the Postville hero with either the Chicago Tribune the Herald and examiner for 01 year for $6.00, payable with Orde Chicago dailies Ore How $5.00 a

Search All Newspapers in Postville, Iowa

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Postville Herald Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Postville Herald?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection