Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
19 Jul 1918

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19 Jul 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Postville, Iowa Postville Herald win. J. Klingbeil publisher ii Milwit la rate i Ai pm kit �110,000 win. Leui president a. L. Peterson cashier c. V. Meier vice president Mil directors k. W. Roberts c. F. Motor we. Leui we. H. Weihe b. C. Fleming a. L. Peterson g. Laadt h. E. Roberts protect your property insure with the oldest company in Iowa Iowa state insurance co., Mutual premiums saved policy holders $1,035,690.88 insurance written 1917 $51,164,693.00 w. S. Webster & son Postville la mrs. Chas. Mark am Minne Apo \ Lis arrived thursday to visit her Mother mrs. M. P. Kings. J privates Joe and Geo. Schultz came up from Camp Dodge saturday returning the following evening. J . And mrs. Tony Fri crier and mrs. Wilson Waterloo were Over sunday visitors at the n. Schoonman i Ker Home. A daughter arrived at the Home up . And sirs. Joe Waterbury a Ron Iowa july 10. Mrs. Waterbury was formerly Lucie Allen. J the receipt the card party wednesday amounted to $11. Mrs. Henry Koevenig and Joe my Kenian received the for 5fm and har j old Harvey and Earl Anderson furl euchre. The prizes were Thrift j Stamps. J a Bunch gypsies travelling in j Ford ears made the usual drive a the business places monday. One charming Brunette neatly extract i ?25 in Bills out Newt Scho Ouma Ker s pocket without leaving a Trace. They were Enro Ute to Ossian before he discovered his loss and the authorities there bad Given them orders to hit the Pike High no warrant could be issued for their arrest. Castalia. Mrs. I. Peck is the sick list. Lester Meyer came up from Waco Vna saturday. Fay Harvey returned thursday from Waterloo. Mrs. Witt returned to her Homo Monona wednesday. Mrs. Julia Bush returned Home to Waterloo saturday. Miss Louise Fischer had her tonsils moved at Ossian thursday. Mrs. Geo. Crabtree and children returned to Waterloo saturday. Mrs Henry hit cells entertained the lutheran ladies Aid wednesday miss Louis e u lit came to vie from Luana. The Unuer pact the week. Iii b Amelia shirt lieu Decorah Lisi Tud it uie n. School matter Horn. Lust Rcok mrs. Willard Bollman departed thursday for Fairbury 111. To visit her daughter. George Hanson Cedar rapids is visiting his parents before entering the Marine service. At 8 30 clock Friday evening Only la i a program followed by a Box social for Tbs Benefit the Rod Cross will be held in the de Mcneil school District no. 6, grand Meadow township. Everybody cordially invited ladies please bring baskets. Whatever else the German spies Are finding in this country activities zealous patriots indicate they Are not finding much sympathy. In France it is proposed to have a Anise cat week. A move like hat is going to make Many in american nolo now in France nervous. Karl d. Of psf optometrist i am visiting Postville at result Tenuis As i have been doing Foj years and will be at the Compaq hotel thursday August j in the last 28 years i have i 30,000 residents northeastern with glasses. Remember i am 4, ing All my time to the scientific Al Eye glasses and perfection can f be obtained by years experience study. I Karl d. Fisk opt office hours from 9 a. M. To 5f no agents. There Are times when we Are disposed to fear hat there air not enough Busy plows and hoes in this Emmry and too Many Busy ground Glass had. In Versal disarmament May \ Long Way off but we note that pacifist has invented an elastic to take the place women s 1�1 a Swiss correspondent cd nos. Have discovered that the enl Spry victim hallucinations. It s Vatu it pusses for news in Sozio Mes. The life an american Soldier in Franco was saved Plum n Shell split Ter struck his cigarette Case. Here s hoping every cigarette ease will he a serviceable. There will to All the sugar the can ners can possibly need his summer Iso says the food the question remains As to How much can canners can. Germany persists in Conslo polygamy to build up its Populis after the a . But the returned items May hold they have enough j Mickie says vjeu., clean fat ulv n6ws-pmse&, aint i a fault i la. Tell the. As one journeys through life the shadows begin to fall o.,stw., a a cat gardens id pork

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