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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Postville, Iowa local news liner Funk is driving a new Nash Mobile. Eve. E. Schmidt was a Monona vis a monday. Aiming peaches and pears at Oma Brothers of Baths for rheumatic trouble at Stville Hospital. Ial Lamkee s quota for the fourth City loan is $1,000,000. Vill Baltz and family attended the nne Sota state fair last week. Joe Paulson of Clermo twas a siness caller in town tuesday. For Sale a  Concrete mixer quire of aug. Hein Postville Iowa. Miv and mrs. John Harnack and is. Fred j. Miller spent sunday at Yukon. Hubert Luhman and miss Nettie Mierson were Down from Ridge a sunday. Mrs. Will Stockman went to do que Friday on a visit to Home iks and friends. For Sale Duroc Jersey Stock a. Registered Stock. E. J. Itz Monona Iowa. Or. And mrs. Herman Schutta re Mecl from their wedding trip to Minneapolis monday. Frank Sebastian and family ent to Burr Oak sunday to visit at e Simon Nolte Home. Regular meeting of brotherly love de no. 204 next tuesday evening Oik in the third degree. J. C. Thoma and family and Chas. Wenholz returned saturday from their sit to the Minnesota state fair. The Postville Clay products co. Cei Ved an order from Des Moines s week for 35,000 hollow blocks. E. E. Brenner and Carl c. Sander ere at Charles City Over sunday to end the Day with the former s pants. Have you paid the second half of our taxes read the notice of the Tinty treasurer in this Issue of e Herald. Kenneth Sanders writes that he As finally accepted in the Branch of is Choice the artillery band and ays he is Well. James Mcneil concluded his visit Home folks and friends in Postville Undy night and beat it Back to that ear old Chicago. Don t forget to see or. Weber the be and ear doctor on saturday ept 21, Forenoon at commercial Lotel. Examination free. Strayed from my farm three Liles South of Postville an 18-months m red steer marked on right ear. Notify Fred Miene r. 1, Postville own. L. O. Beucher and family return i from their Auto trip to min Neap Lis sunday evening bringing with hem mrs. Win. Cole who will visit a natives. Miss Jennie Daubenberger left on unday morning for Mason City to Alee her position As teacher in the schools there which opened monday or the fall Terra. Louis Thoma is making the conciliated deliveries for the local Gro Ery stores every tuesday and Fri a. All the stores report the Cash and carry system a big Success. B. F. Schultz and family Are at Al go Tui visiting with mrs. Schultz s folks. Ace Bush is butter maker at the local Creamery in his absence. Later Ben returned tuesday night. Ira Riley was released from Captivity last saturday having served is allotted time in solitary confinement As a penalty for having smallpox. Welcome to the Freedom of the City. A. C. Webster and Geo. S. Tuttle were Over to Waukon last saturday to receive instructions regarding the registration of All males Between the Ages of 18 and 45 years which is being held Here today. Mrs. August Blumhagen passed away monday night at the Home of her son Fred Northwest of Postville. She was 78 years of age. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon from the German lutheran Church m this City. Obituary next week. John Gruel of Monona was in Post Jille Friday and dropped in and gave Lus subscription to the Herald a substantial boost into the future and incidentally told us he had been out in the Field the Day before picking his a Corn and that he will have a Monper crop of that Staple this year. Henry Kamin of Luana called on wednesday to push his subscription the Herald Over the top and stormed. Us he had returned the i i Prev Ous from a visit to the go Foley Snyder family Over at Mer a wis whom he found Well and prosperous and with Good crops of scathing but Corn which crop had destroyed completely by crows a Toich infested that locality in great we saw red Lien at the depot mat Midnight sunday dressed like a a i u Carr ing a lantern and with it i kerchief wrapped about his sneaking Over toward a Long mtg of Box cars on the lie by and ill in i y found he had turned Ali brakeman having for the stat 06 weeks been running Over i & m division of the Milwaukee is Yard a Daustin min Dresser has made up his mind #13 no Bull fighter but it blamed Sec a St him his right Eye to find it he had sold a Bull calf to one of neighbors and when Tho fellow m after it Art went Down to the Soho put a Halter on the animal a just Agho slipped one Arm about of Alfs Hock what did the but raise his head up Quick a a one of the nubbin intended horns atm inti a Vic ref Umi irk in r Jib m. A Uruu Iii horns struck Art right smack in j Eye and very nearly knocked it j101"?4 medical attention w-.2? a injured member and t a Hythe Eye was luckily saved. In wedding Bells will soon be ring Bro Herrs Mala 106 a am at Thoma n,50mhiy, Meetins of the o. E. S. Next monday evening. No a m10m Denti office Over Postville state Bank. To was up from Monona last saturday on business. Is Sander and family visited with relatives at Waukon sunday. Olive Thomas in heiress for a night Post vice theatre saturday Harold Laughlin came Over from i Decorah last sunday to attend the Ruth meeting. Anyone wishing to buy a Good farm All modern equipment enquire of Chas. H. Krumm. Miss Elsie Nicolay began her duties As bookkeeper at the Postville state Bank monday. Jay Marston left Friday for Bordulac n. D., to look after farming interests in that Vicinity. ,.rjo? Schultz and family were up at Waukon sunday visiting at the Homes or his sons Henry and de. Drs. Kiesau & Kelleher practising physicians. Office Over Luhman & Banders store Postville Iowa. Mrs. P. L. Pettit and Philip returned saturday from their visit at the Home of her parents at Stanwood. Mrs. Sam Hoesly and son Milton concluded their Visic Here and returned to their Home in Monroe wis., last Friday. Or. A. A. Schmidt now has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. A. E. Cornell concluded his three weeks Home visit to relatives and friends in. Postville sunday and left for los Angeles. See fatty Arbuckle go after the Moonshiner and get him and his daughter too at the Postville theatre saturday night. The 50th annual Alla Makee co. Fair will be held at Waukon october 1-2-3-4, 1918. Everybody try and make it a big Success. Edna Hein went to Dubuque wednesday to submit to an operation for tonsillitis. Miss Mary Williams is clerking at the variety store in her absence. While working about Henry a Mann s threshing machine at Forest Mills last saturday Elmer Swenson broke one Bone and cracked the other in his right wrist. Or. And mrs. Keith Gray moved into their own Home near the Rock Island depot last saturday mrs. A. E. Cornell having moved in with her parents or. And mrs. James Orr. Mrs. Carrie Franklin came monday from Waterloo for a visit with her parents and mrs. A. B. Cook. She was accompanied by her son Ben s wife Ben being in the army. Or. And mrs. Harry Cole Are the proud parents of an eight Pound baby boy born to them sunday and Harry says they have named him after his fighting Uncle Bill who is Over congratulations. The farm of the p. J. Beucher estate in Clark county wis., Sells its milk to a cheese factory and for the month of july received a Check for its product of $601.95. The factory pays 56 cents per Pound for butterfat. Cards received Here from the Postville boys at Camp Gordon stated that they were on their Way. Fred Miller Rudolph Hein and Rudolph Huebner were among those who remained at that Camp and will Ctitzer a school for non commissioned officers. George Mclean a Jackie on the battleship Alabama left wednesday to join his mates after a few Days visit Here at the Home of his Uncle Chas. M. Kerr of Henderson Prairie. He was accompanied by his sister miss Agnes Mclean Well known in Postville who is at present taking treatment at a Hospital in Dubuque. Bert Cook of Republic wash., arrived in Postville Friday on a visit to his parents or. And mrs. A. B. Cook and Many friends in this City and locality. He is looking and feeling Fine and As might have been expected being he is from Postville he is making a marked Success As a teacher in his Home town and he is also county assessor. It did t take John Schultz Long to find out that a government salary in Washington A looks better on paper than it does in the raw. He tried it and found that the Cost of living there was so Blooming High he was worse off financially than he was As ticket agent of the Milwaukee at Austin minn., and so he beat it Back stopping Over in Postville from saturday until monday to visit his Mother and friends and then going Back to his old Job at Austin. Private Fred Tuttle came Home unexpectedly last saturday morning from Camp Moo Eheart Moose heart 111., where he had just finished an eight weeks course in Cement work training. He was accompanied by his wife who had been with him for a few weeks. Fred liked his work Fine and expects to be moved do somewhere some time this week to returned sunday night As he had but a Brief leave of absence to attend to some business matters. Gus Miller Frank Bellows Lon Nie Phillips and Geddes Brooks were Down near Forest Mills sunday after suckers and the Way they depleted yellow River was something scandalous. They caught perhaps the largest fish pulled out of that illustrious Stream in centuries. We had expected to present a half tone Cut of the largest one but an Accident prevented the boys had photographer Bulman out with his paraphernalia to take a picture of just As he got his machine All ready to shoot a darn fish gave one Flop with h. Massive to and knocked the machine All o pieces. Friends it was my e fish. Had it not been so i would have told you As Shakespeare said to his sister. Pianos and Sheet music at Schultz & Schutte a in the Postville furniture store. Miss Emma Stockman came Friday from Marshalltown for a visit at the we. Moll Home. Anyone wishing to buy a Good farm All modern equipment enquire of Chas. H. Krumm. Don t forget fatty Arbuckle in Moonshine at the Postville theatre saturday evening. E. H. Prior and Gilbert Sanders were Over to the county seat transacting business monday. Chas. Huebner and family and Fritz Wilke and wife a toed to Lime Spring sunday to visit relatives. Or. And mrs. Fred Oehring came up from Mcgregor sunday to spend the Day with Postville relatives. For monuments of every description Call on or write e. J. Roggensack Lansing Iowa. All work guaranteed. Mrs. E. W. Appleman and daughter Helen were up from Clermont tuesday visiting at the Home of Roy pet tit. Chas. H. Krumm returned monday from Sioux Falls s.,d., where he had been to attend the funeral of his brother Louis. Or. And mrs. Larue Webster of Sunshine Valley Are entertaining a Fine and Dandy baby girl since tuesday sept. 10th. Are you sick then you should take Nap Pathic and suggestive therapeutic treatments and get Well. Or. O. A. Kinsel Postville Iowa. John Lydon left Friday for Chas Ley n. D., to look after his farming interests stopping Over a Day in route to visit the Minnesota state fair. Miss Pauline prior left saturday morning for Albert Lea minn., to resume her duties of teacher for the coming year and at a neat increase in salary. Harry Olson has moved his family and household effects from Frank Ville Back to Postville and is occupying the Harvey Douglass cottage on cabbage Hill. Mrs. C. Scheiss and children returned Friday to their Home in Monroe wis., after a several Days Vul at the Home of her brother Herman Eiholzer Northwest of town. Or. And mrs. Fred Thoma a toed to Burr Oak sunday to spend the Day with or. And mrs. Louis Thoma and to bring Back his Mother and sister who had been there the past week. Light frosts have been reported in the lowlands. Better Lay in your Supply of Coal. By so doing you Are helping to win the War As it will relieve congestion of Coal shipments during the Winter. Dan Mcneil or. And sons de and John j. W. Steele a. S. Burdick and John l. Gregg will go to Camp Dodge saturday by Auto weather permitting to get an idea of what is expected of them when they Are drafted. A a great patriotic meeting. The Rev. John c Orth patriotic meeting in the Postville City Park last sunday afternoon Drew a mighty crowd from far and near who enjoyed to the full the grand concert by the Clermont and Postville bands and Lent listening ear to the message of the distinguished speaker who addressed them. It was a Royal roast of the German military Bunch who had  dragged Germany Down from her Pedestal of Fame and made her and her people the most despised and loathed of All the land. And he urged the people of German birth and parentage Here in America to rally to the support of the grandest Flag that floats old glory and prove to All the world they were not supporters of the beast of Berlin and thus eradicate forever the stain of Hun which the Kaiser had stamped them with and the lord be praised there Are mighty few in this locality who Are not 100 per cent american. Red Cross pigs. Post township Farmers Are going Over the top in this. Although Post township Farmers have been Busy the past few weeks harvesting and threshing their big Grain crops they have taken a Lively interest in the red Cross pig club and fifty two pigs Are already pledged. Chairman f. H. Luhman has to Date received partial reports from nine of the eighteen District superintendents and these go to show that Post township will go Over the top in this As it has in All other War activities. Following is a list of the patriotic Post township Farmers who have to Date contributed a pig apiece to the red Cross pig club which they have agreed to fatten and deliver in december and the proceeds from the Sale of which will carry Comfort and cheer to the boys Over there and in the Home land Cantonment and you May rest assured the boys will not forget the friends at Home who have been and Are doing so much for them Marston Bros c. H. Rathbun Henry Wilke aug. Schultz Arthur Behrens & Meier Lonnie Folsom Lynn Gordanier G. Walter j. H. Gericke Arthur Foels Louis Heckman Geo. Schultz Chas. Luebka Richard Folsom John Ihde August Baltz con Hangartner Meyer & Casten Geo Brainard we. Brockmeyer de Pettit dam old Meyer f. J. Heins Fred c. Schara de Lammert Carl h. Meyer Wilbert Wilke Martin Olson mrs of Lammert Ole Olson Fred Stopperan Harry Bollman Ambrose Arnold Lester Davis Paul Topel f. A pleister Harry Waters John Schlie Louis Heins Chas. F. Gordon a Dresser Fred Everman or. H. 0. Meyer Herman Rose Arthur Dresser we. Everman John Kohrs. W. A. Huffy r. Sams buy your  Winter coat now we have just received our new fall and Winter goats and have a Large assortment for you to pick from. In accordance with our Cash and carry plan they Are priced much lower than we could afford to sell on a credit basis. Luhman & Sander the big store Postville Iowa Nill Llull ill ill Lull Lill i Imi la to win this War the people of Alla Makee county must Purchase one million dollars Worth of government Bonds of the fourth Liberty loan. This can be done in twelve hours or less on the opening Day saturday sept. 28th. Be ready for your solicitor on that Day. U. S. Government Bonds Are the safest investment in the world today. The Post virile Maui Cut. Thursday sop Tombor 12 outs. Learley. .80 Corn. Wheat. Timothy. 7.7ft hogs. 17.00-18.5 fat cows. 7.00-10.c and cutters. 5.00 7.c heifers. 7.00-10.c bulls. 7.00 Stock Cuttle. 8.00-12.c Veals. 12.00-lll.c hides. Horse hides. B-7 Gas. Creamery butter. Springs. Liens.20 boosters. Notes on the Market. Hogs from 25 to 50c higher than a week ago. Cattle Best Corn fed steers still advancing with grass cattle rather Dull Market. Oats same As a week ago. Barley dropped 10c for the. Week. Yesterday s Market a Trulo Stoi Ger. Corn-4c lower for the week. Wheat Minneapolis and Chicago unable to take care of the wheat coming in. Avoid hog cholera by feeding linseed meal for Sale by jail Roberts son postvi&u5, Iowa whim1kibbi1 ii. Mcghee of Greenwood i ,.01e Lee the Painter was the first wis., came this morning to visit her parents or. And mrs a. B. Cook. Her arrival completes Tho family Circle of our respected towns people and their Joy at the Homecoming of the children knows no Bounds. The Herald for All the news. Man to Register this morning but father Clune was among the Early Birds thus proving that he does pet up in Tho morning every time is have to lick the Kaiser. The Post vice band is at National fair today

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