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Rolfe Arrow (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Rolfe, Iowa ' - DL NUMBER 12. 2,000 CONSOLIDATED WITH FEBRUARY 12th, 1914. HOLFE, POCAHONTAS JULY 4th, 1918. for July and 5 Are Fling Up in Fine is going to have the biggest meeting in Its history July 4. It's ( the The track Is In fine shape Id the entries are pouring go to press Tuesday evening stripped oars have been the fast Some of these era are familiar to Rolfe ong them Donaldson with his Hebert with his There also several new drivers In the This may not be the entire I as the entries do close until i day of the but it is enough Insure a good Those entered ho the time of going to press R. R. N. J. A. Webster brd motorcycles are not coming irard as rapidly as the stripped but enough have entered to a good There will be and will be a harness trot or and a free-for-all Ding Bradley Moore says if horse shows up that bas been the track will be Don't Surprised if you see a couple of la good races in this ford was received from Sweet's ' that some of their boys had been in the selective draft and that 1rs had volunteered until his band 1 an uncertain Upon of this work President Jones got and engaged the Mason City which organization will be here he two They carry an vocalist and are a cracking I Expect to hear some good afternoon will be crowded full and while it Is Impossible to own to a program exactly to the the following events will City vs. Auto I Events of Various ok Car Trot House and on the Bicycle Splendid Big Chautauqua to Open July 13 Rolfe Chautauqua will open Club Mrs. Martha R. Woman's Club of Rolfe closed Its fiscal year with a splendid meeting last Friday The report as submitted by the treasurer showed an approximate total of disbursed thru the channels of the Woman's Club Every dollar of this went for the support of some cause devoted to patriotic activities or pertaining welfare of the the July and children especially being a part to its have signed for secretary's report enumerated tickets and all those who expect to a complete list of the accomplishments buy season tickets should secure them during the past I before the opening of Woman's Club has created a i They can be secured at White's office on the general that If everyone puts It off 1111-of corresponding and also til the last It means a new directors to serve on the ex- ship and an expense to take care of Mrs. Ward the There is no excuse for J. B. Kent elected to nerve one laying the and Mrs. Ernest Vaughn and i There are some points to remember Mrs. T. H. Bailey two year connection with the chautauqua this Mrs. Martha R. Trick was made It is a Red Cross a short outline of the ' cent of profit over and above the for the ensuing Mrs. C. W. will given to the local the new appointed of the hed Cross for patriotic the following chairmen of Fae Political Equality R. Civic will not have to pay a war tax on your Is a chautauqua the i program is full of patriotic E L. Hoi Child Siefkin also referred to the arrangements being made by the club for the measuring and registering of babies as directed by the are under way for a stand to be conducted at the race meetings of. by having supported a home 4 and 5. The profits of this ture will go to the various war In a circuit chautauqua one has to A vote of thanks was tendered to take what ronies for but the the retiring and the members Sunday program for July 14 in this adjourned with a general feeling of year of war is one that ought to draw satisfaction over the season's largest crowd every music and It will I be an inspiration for real is as good a program as can be found anywhere and the single admission fee will be while in every place the bureau conducts a program the price of admission to evening entertainments Is fifty You J. T. Boos Laid to under a Rolfe chautauqua On tills day we will have the Overseas Military an organization of young men wounded in I be service In France and wounds Mrs. J. T. whoso death was ' were received at and announced last was laid to rest Vimy names that are familiar Grand June 29. to us Private who was Beautiful and impressive services wounded at the experiences were held upon the lawn at the home of the four and gives a very graphic of Mr. and Interment was description of the fighting on the west made In the Grand Junction On the evening of this in Boos returned from Grand tion to singing by the Military Monday Ir his bereavement and the official war pictures of the In the deep anxiety concerning his government will be shown by a Byron lies critically These are the latest he has the sympathy and the prayers and are it will be a war of his many Rolfe and as war is our just and our Christian we are lighting for the program for July 6 will be an- of Christian no one ought from the that the program is not addition to the race program the July 14. ought Landes shows are on the f nee the largest crowd in attendance ground with a sea of canvas and some at Ro fe chautauqua ever of the wonders of the It looks Doubtless appropriate religious sized The vices will .be arranged for the - - noon so those from a distance who come their are tor in and Sweet's will will be this year great the Trail will be something doing every t town minute after the big show and year behooves you not to miss The tlon rate of this paper is year to home parties in or If not paid in We make a liberal of what constitutes an can't delinquent this You must If your time has cents Is worth greater rate of Interest money than you can We mean it subscription has not A big HON. LESLIE M. of the U. S. in Keen A great JULY 17 Afternoon 8>00 FO U It C H A R M I N G AMERICAN American Including songs and violin J. P O W E facts fro in government Second Line Imperative community K veiling 8t80 O'clock AMERICAN Patriotic DR. ROBERT O. Great and just returned from European official Red Cross observation tour as A marvelous unfolding of conditions In the war JULY 18 Afternoon THE OX TOR of In a great musical DR. HENRY government message by a great Greatest Work on Evening 8s80 O'clock THE OXFORD comic opera In historically with A great W Afternoon O'clock T II K B I G BAND mostly University Reserve Training Corps The precision of The dash of university CHARLES BRANDON commonwealth timely lecture on O'clock S. I. MILITARY And popular Vocal Chorus The Singing The variety of veteran Political Parties Hold Their County or Fruits and it's the real NEEDS you are why we have them all and of the highest quality and at the very price possible Corn Meal Vegetables and it's just the why we have them These the trimmings of and we try to supply your every be found in a first-class Grocery youll find It Thomas MI 8 0 0 0 IOWA MM till Of I. H. by virtue of his position as chairman of the program will act bh platform manager and will have charge of the every member of the committees and every officer 1h bin free of charge and that every cent of profit goes to the Red with the first day and don't miss a program that you can possibly Every number is The program has been selected by one of the most program builders in the Mr. S. M. of the Midland Chautauqua Every number has biB personal number Is worthy of special mention in this paper but It seems a waste of splendidly printed and well Illustrated programs are available and may be had by applying to the advertising Marlon the Held W. R. or of the stores of program of the Rolfe chautauqua will be as JULY 18 Afternoon 81OO O'clock V A It AI ROSS COM string trio in program of delightful Big cello and J. WALTER o s t u m e d Reader Novelty Evening 8:80 O'clock COMPANY and J. WALTER Every number a STRICKLAND camouflaged in He puts the In fact with JULY li Afternoon 8t00 O'clock OVERSEAS MILITARY QUARTETTE from hell and Trench songs land the story of their Four west front Fine Real trench 8(10 O'clock OVERSEAS MILITARY QUARTETTE by the heroes of Messines Vimy Ridge and Lens U. S. GOVERNMENT WAR made and run by Government Latest JULY tt Afternoon O'clock DOROTHY original vocal spoken are of philosophy and 9iM originality MARIE VAN Belgian Red Cross nurse yow County The republicans of Pocahontas county met in convention nt Pocahontas last Saturday and organized by choosing J. A. Crammer as chairman and M. A. Hansen as usual committees of ono from precinct were chosen on permanent delegates and the being many of the precincts failed to on organization reported in favor of making the temporary organization committee on delegates the selection of the following as to the state H. B. M. A. C. L. J. 1. A. C. F. C. n. O. H. N. W. E. on resolutions the which unanimously adopted as the sense of the con vi the republicans of Pocahontas do hereby constitute ourselves a voluntary body for the protect ion of our rights as citizens of the United States in a time of national and we pledge our undivided support to the of these United States In his efforts to establish the right of true not only within our own but within the borders of any foreign as well as upon the high and we nd that he he given the full support of every citizen in the prosecution of the war to a victorious conclusion and to the final elimination of militarism from among the nations of the are proud of the whole-hearted patriotism end wise statesmanship of Senator W H. as shown In his work In the Senate of the of the United work that hns received the approval of every loyal American anil believe tho best Interests of the state and the nation demand his return to tho commend the patriotic work of our W. L. in these trying In Ills efforts to help will the war and In upholding pure and unadulterated Americanism in this state ami mid wo recommend pn the voters of the state of Iowa for re-election as Governor of this great as a true and sturdy type of republican further commend to the attention of yie voters of the Tenth District the ca of L. J. Dickinson for Toner believing that In hlin the voters win find h Jimn of genuine congressional ability and a high order of sti further commend the record of our State H. S. In his service to this district during the last session of the and advise his return to the State also call attention of Pocahontas county voters to the candidacy of C. L. Gunderson for the State as a man of high standing and and supported aH such by all who know is with pleasure your Resolution Committee brings to the notice of the republicans here the county ticket of our party for election ttys and ask that nil republicans use their influence In electing them at the fall We look with disfavor upon the many schemes being worked now and this county to sell Btock In all kinds of commercial most of which have little More stringent laws Episcopal C. 8. Worship 10:30 League Praise Service 8:00 P.M. Prayer Meeting ft Bible 8:00 P. 1L Bishop Quayle at the Methodist grounds at on the Fourth of He will deliver a patriotic address in the afternoon and a popular lecture in the There Is only one is a genius In descriptive Hear him the Fourth and be Aid Society will serve a dinner at the church July 4. lr is enough material supper will also bo Get a first with the account of the absence of the there will bo no meeting this But you can services next Sunday usual hours with the exception of tho evening which will bo one-half hour Angel In the sermon of the Some patriotic music will bo sermon the words of Must See followed by an Illustrated Its Important Place In the World's Political and Religious The Illustrative slides used will be the best can be Some Illustrated patriotic songs will also be a feature of Hie the weather Is fit the service will be held on tho church It will at 8::10 p. m. of July the lined Up Junior 1 pity unanimous that had children in the last year feel they lar that did them more same excellent Junior last year will be tion with the Rolfe chAti A trained charge all the children good to play the junior tQ take part In the last but not wienie If you UW the right get it and It will i tire Tickets only and these also admit to ' Possibly while children you will be helt for every dollar ah ual expenses of the go to the Red ron made the morO IUQ tho Red You never an opportunity In your lit have a sparo send who otherwise would not made the jan a big one this tickets at White's R. on Methodists and all who cared to go with them were on a rampage last Friday was a trip around the world under the of the The following stopover privileges were and an cup or dish V. Ruth Ice liuth Huth F. A. chile con States Lemon brown bread and baked E. Brewster's big truck was pressed Into serlce as a and happy loads of people were trans- made to curb the sale of Buch stock ported from place to Many may properly be termed vate conveyances were also and we ask that our young and the older ones who J representatives use their influence problem of feeding the people July 4, which litis worried some who have the real welfare of tho town at has been taken care of by the ladies We have no hotels serving and owing to the shortage of help the restaurants will not undertake to serve anything but short The of where to go for meal has been For the Aid Society will serve at tlie and for supper ladies of the 1'resbytcrlan church will serve In the basement of that i They are milking special efforts to provide the eats and will rlo best to see thai none go It Is a Job for the ladles and means that many of them must give up everything In the line of a unless they find more joy In serving than In anything At best It Is a big job and the leaders In the movement should have the and assistance of will make a big burden Men can There Is In the for it would certainly he a on the town to Invito a crowd here and then not be lile to feed them In making the had an excellent The League realized quite a sum from the effort In addition to the good Your planted by the Woman's Club got in Its work nt the Presbyterian church corner and a great change has been made It is an unusual thing for a church to catch a fever of this but the evidence is The cement steps have been rebuilt or the brickwork has been pointed a flag polo has been a electrolier porch boxes put on the steps and filled with and proper signs It makes a great change in the and Indicates Rev. Is so pleased with the change he Is preparing to celebrate the event by holding special services next Sunday evening out of Lend your smiling countenance to the beauty of the If you approve of enterprise and good If the church would hold a bee now and gravel the street all around things would G. Boos Seriously 111 Q. who left Rolfe about June 1 to prepare himself for service in the aviation section at the U. 8. army at the University of Texas Training School at has been ill ever since very seriously Some time more stringent Wo com mend the purchase of Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps as a now leave other stocks and schemeB until after the the efficiency of Rose McCormick In the tho republican convention failed to make a nomination against She was elected upon the democratic ticket two years and has made a very satisfactory before the convention adjourned Hon. F C. Gilchrist was called for and made a rousing being cheered to the echo by the county organized by electing Arno as county chair County democrats held an enthusiastic convention at Pocahontas last Satur the attendance being Organization was perfected by choosing chairman and W. J. Rodda principal business of the was the filling out of the which the primary failed to only Rose McCormick for recorder and T. F. Lynch for country attorney having been Nominations as follows were T. of return for the very nice compliment of the republicans in leaving the office of recorder the democrats very kindly refrained from a candidate against Zr for these two and the wound became After worthy officials will doubtless sail Into arriving at Austin one of his shoulders office without to be and a quantity of pas was The poison had gone all thru bis system and when infection of the joints set In he was transferred to the base hospital at Ft. Sun the best be T. county committee organized by electing M. W. Linnan as W. 3. Rodda as secretary and George Schnieders as Linnan was sent for and appeared in the costume of 1 Preaching Service School Bible Class Christian Endeavor Preaching V. Prayer and Study Hour prayer meeting Will this topic for next Sunday will be Value of There will be a reception c hers at the morning 04 The Session will meet o'clock to receive those who i he received into * The Service Sunday In the form of a 1 With the t In good of the decorating planned to bold an open air i There will I music and brief of the city Woman's The to be present an picture of. t In your car are cordially the Church of Good C. H. Moon ' buque Monday night on Want You To we want you to know you to know the many lines we and we We have any kind and lumber you may solicit the privilege of bidding on any you may have to you are a it will pay you to deal with firm that can furnish all of ' Don't place your until you consult us examine our J. W. C. Wil your income as you make it gambling with destiny and with all the You stand all to lose and none to tho if eliminates chance and establishes your future on a to co-operate
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