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   Obrien County Bell (Newspaper) - September 28, 1905, Primghar, Iowa                               Congregational Church Calendar SAIlUATll a. in........................Sunday School 31-.00 n. in...................VreuchiuK Service p. in....................Junior Endeavor 7.15 p- ni..........................Y- KS.C.K p. m.............................Preaching EVKN1NG p. in......................Traycr Meeting Foot ball game Saturday. Buy you a new overcoat at Hinz Spears. S. F. Fry was a Hartley visitor Tuesday. i Jlfetcalf's is the place to get your work she ee. Sheldon vs. Primgharon the local gridiron Saturday. Bargains in for the next few at JLTetcalf s. Misses Moses and Nimberger were Sauborn callers Monday. A few horse collars and iiy sheets to close at Metcalf's. W. Brown and T. J. Trulock were Sanborn callers today. See if you want the best ranges for the least money. The F. D. Lambertson residence is being repainted this week. Jos. Revnoldson has a change of ad. this week talking Mrs. H. F. Smith visited her daughter near Sheldon Wednesday. We want to sell you that fall suit. Call and look us over. Hinz Spears. Atty. SaL of was looking after his interests here yesterday. W. of near a pleasant caller Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Eddy returned to Boyden this morning after a few days visit with her Mrs. J. F. Hinman. Alty. P. 11. Bailey was looking after le last of matters m Waterloo the ast getting home Satur- day morning. Mrs. W. F. Wolf and daughter Helen returned to Hawarden last Tuesday after a few days visit here with relatives. Boys1 and Girls' school caps at Hinz Spears. Mrs. O. F. Morgan was up from Sioux City the last of last looking after business and calling on friends. Ed. Sanford came down from Dickinson .county last Monday and remained a few days looking after business matters. JLhlleable Faultless Kanges selling these days to those who want the best. Miss Ocea Metcalf went to Shel- don Wednesday morEing to attend Conference. do you know wants r shoe He crries the best m town Attorney Ingham is in South Da- kota this week looking after his teal estate interests. For 1 pair 2-year-old grade Clydesdale mare weight 2750. Caesidy. Mrs. W. H. Downing left last Thursday for on a month's visit with relatives. Atty. Montzheimer was looking after legal matters in Oscaola county the last of last week. How can I double my At- tend Manbato Commercial Minn. C. Thayer returned home Tues- day morning from a week's visit with Chicago friends. J. H. Wolf went to Sheldon Wed- nesday morning to attend the M. E. District Conference. Mrs. C. W. Flint returned home last- Saturday morning from a visit with relatives at Alia. VT. A. of Dale took the train here Wednesday morn- ing for South Dakota. Messrs. G-eo E M. T. Hatch Jonas Borland were Harris visitors and Capital at at the lowest prices. Now 19 the time to buy a wagon. A new cement walk has been pot down along the east side of the M. E. parsonage properly. May and J. S. Beers re- turned home Saturday from a few days outing at the lakes. A Two buggies and a sin- gle for sale R. Hinman and P. Graveoish were looking after business matters in Cherokee last evening. Chris of Highland town- lost a valuable atcer last Friday from some unknown cause. See Metealfs broken lines of and ladies in sixes from 24. to going at and Miss Chloe cf is guest at the C. D. Ellis and Benson being a coufein to Mrs. Mrs. John Randolph and Finley of guests at the Raodolpb and Smock homes. E. C. Foskett returned the last of last weei from her Minnesota visit. Mr. Fosiet is expected home t I desire to selJ ray dray iict. Win. Traver. if Mrs. C. C. Baughman left Tues- day for a week's visit with relatives and friends at Sioux City and Our DesMoines letter contains a very interesting batch of political gossip and news this week. It will be found on page 8. O i d Rags and to be load- ed by Oct. 10th. Highest market price Chas. Gray. Miss Etbyle Knox arrived home from Sioux City last Thursday even- ing after a two weeks visit with rela- tives and friends there. A special will be held at the Congregational church nest Sunday morning. novel and pleasing. Come. Byron McDowell returned home Saturday evening from a ten days visit with his Prof. Mc- of Sioux City. We will greatly appreciate your prompt so that we can use the mouey due ua October Please favor Joseph Metcalf. E. P. of Grand a nephew of Atty. arrived here Monday evening on a visit. He had been in Dakota buying stock. E. R. Culver and children left this morning for Sioux City to join who is employed m Hess Moore wholesale druggists. We need the money due us on book account and notes by October 1st. Please consider our and oblige us greatly by prompt set- Joseph Metcalf. Miss Ida Moses returned the last of last week from Sioux City where she been receiving treatment at a hospital. She is still very weak but much improved in health The Freshest line of Groceries can always be found at Hinz Spears. Messrs. and Mesdames D. H. Smith and G. N- Close were Sioux City visitors last Tuesday. Smith from there out into South Dakota on business. Meadames Theo. Geo. E. and M. S. and Thos. Me tea If were among those who went from here to Sheldon this morning to at- tend the Methodist Conference. Ladies of Priraghar and when in Sanborn please call and see the new in Fall and Winter hats. Have just received a nice line of dress hats. Drake Eves. Pearl Thomas came up from Webster City Tuesday morning and stopped here for a short visit with parents before going to Sheldon to attend the M. Conference. AttorneysMontzhcimerand Stearns are at Iowa City this week altending the Masonic Grand Chapter. The former holds the office of Grand Master of the Third Vail in that those new cloaks at Hinz JL H. of Charles father of Mrs. Earl and A. Tree and of her who were visiting here last left for their homes last Friday. A. E. Hatch and wife relumed evening from a week's visit at where they were tbe guests of a sister to Mrs. Hatch. They report excellent crops in tbat section. Cbas. asd J. of who were calling on friends looking after business matters bete several days last week left Friday morning for South Daiota. New fataitsre at Jfetcalf Prices rock bottom. a.1 Sheldon and Prirnghar high school foot ball elevens will meel in combat on the local gridiron nex t Saturday afternoon. Every lover of the game should turn out and root for the home team. Auctioneer Armstrong reports a very successful sale at the Hamilton in Highland last Thursday. 300 head of sheep and a number of hogs were sold and brought good prices. The latest new and nobby styles in overcoats at Hinz Alderman Lambertson reports hav- ing bought 101 loads of grain at the Scroggs elevator last all but four of them being oats. A pretty good days business for one of three elevators this early in the season. Are you lacking in strength and Are you Are you in Do you feel all run The blessing of health and strength comes to all who use Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 E.G. RUST. 9-7 4t Mrs. R W. nee Lillian who had been here on a visit to her Mr. and Mrs. John left last Saturday morning for her home at where Mr. Smits is superin- tendent of schools. The Bell is sorry to learn tbat Mrs. Chas. of Grant town- who has been ill for sometime with is but little better. She is a splendid woman and her many friends hope to see her take a turn for the better soon. 4 John Sanford and Chris. Robinson did a job of ditching for Will in Dale last and this week started on a 500-rod job for Mr. who recently purchased the McCandless half sec- tion three miles Mest of town. Will of Dale this year raised five or six bushels of as fine grapes as can be grown we are told by those who have eaten of them. It is surprising that more farmers do not raise this delicious fruit for their own use. Comrade W. H. Browu returned last Saturday morning from Lynn where he attended the re- union of his the 24th Iowa. 104 of the old boys responded to roll call and they all had a grand good time talking over the thrilling deeds of Uiderwear cheaper than at Hinz Spears. Rev. W. O. Fompkins went to Sheldon Tuesday to attend District in session there. It is thought he will be returned here for another year. The church finances are in good condition and in most ways the past year has been a suc- cessful one for the Church. The exercises by the Methodist Sunday School last Sun- day morning were very successful and interesting. 136 pupils were en- rolled in the classes and about 50 par- ents and visitors were present. 11 little tots graduated from the into the junior v DITCHING AXB you going to do any of tbat kind of work this if let me figure with having bad 11 years experience in that kind of work. Prices reason- able and satisfaction Gall on or address JOHN Primghar Iowa. R. A. Stubberfield and who had been visiting the former's J. and other relatives here for several left Monday morning for their home in They were accompanied home by Miss Christina Stubberfield who will possibly remain all winter. Mayor W. W.Artherholt return- ed home last Friday from his Can- adian trip and reports good crops on the lands in tbat country held by Primghar people. One of the trains on which he rode ran into an open switch at a small station and struck a box damaging the engine so that they were delayed four Luckily no one was hurt. Mrs. W. N. Hulbertleft last even- ing for Delaware county to attend the funeral of her G. W. whose death occurred Tncs- day afternoon at 5 o'clock. Mr. Long has been ill for several months with heart trouble aud his death was not unlooked for. He visited here a few months and all who met him will grieve to hear of his death. The ladies of the Congregational Church held an Meet- at the Mrs. J. B. Nye home Wednesday afternoon. Each lady started some weeks ago to earn a dollar for the benefit of the society and at this meeting they Many of the reports were very amus- ing an4d several were written in verse. was netted the society. Light refreshments were served and all had a most enjoyable afternoon. About fifty members of the Prim- ghar Masonic many of them accompanied by their attend- ed the funeral of C. B. Coleman at Sanborn last Sunday. Mr. Coleman was a member of Samara this having been exalted last April. He also had many personal friends here to whom the news of his sudden death came as a great shock. A full account of the sad event ap- pears in our Sanborn department on page one. For Gas in good A. Klink. The following from last week's Hartley Journal would lead one to think Pomp was suffering from an attack of owing to his supply of F-e-r-u-n-a have rnn out. Just listen to him sentatives of both the Bell and Dem- ocrat were in town yesterday. Of course they tbougtthis was week77 but a week came over to and collect from the Irish and Dutch in the Dutch town of Hartley. Absolutely Royal Baking Powder is indispensable to finest cookery and to the comfort and convenience of modern housekeep- ing. Royal Baking Powder makes hot cakes and pastry wholesome. Perfectly leavens without fermentation. Qualities that are peculiar to it alone. ROYAL BAKINU POWDER NEW YORK. F. a cousin to D. of Highland and Frank and Chas. of was a pleasant caller at this office Tuesday. His home is in England and this is bis first trip to be having come over to settle up tbe estate of his who died recent ly in leaving a large amount of property. Mr. Long has been favorably impressed with our coun- and we hope he may decide to foreswear allegiance to King Edward and come over here to live. Fancy Iron good at and at Metcalf's. Two weeks ago we inserted for Primghar parties a four line want ad. inquiring for a hard coal heater and a range. Since tbat time twelve heating stoves and seven ranges have been offered the parties and from the Last Thursday at four I number they will make a tbe teachers of the Primghar It you have property for or schools gathered at the Dewey home want to buy would not a like 1 A _ A _ _ IB to surprise Mws tbe occas- ion being her birthday. Her room- Miss entertained ad. be a profitable investment. This ad. coat the parties but 40 but look at the returns. The facts are the guests in a most pleasing manner I that The Bell is the best advertising At six o'clock a bounteous supper medium in O'Brien county. We was served. The guests departed at make one price to you will an early wishing Miss Fosburg many happy returns of the day. have to pay but we guarantee suits. More new things in dress goods at Hinz Speaas. A number of Primghar people re- ceived cards last week from Mr. and W. J. of an- nouncing that they will be At Home71 on September the oc- casion being'their 2oth wedding an- niversary. Those thus honored re- gret their inability to be for all who knew the Semmons fami- ly when they were residents of Prim- ghar will feel sure that the be a pleasant one. Mr. we are has been most fortunate in his business connections there and is enjoying a most liberal a fact that will cause his friends here much pleasure. Get your winter underwear at calf's. Big line to select Druggist Bust is gaining quite an enviable reputation among wholesale druggists and others as an ad. writer. He this week was asked by the Richardson Drug of to prepare a page ad. for the Omaha one of the leading drug periodicals of the advertising the cigars which that firm is distributing agent.4 Our advertising who was permit- ted to see the pronounced the ad. a splendid one. Mr. Rust pre pares all the salesmen's advance cards for a number of firms and it goes without saying tbat he gets them up something attractive and that draws stronger than a double strength porous plaster Buy your bard coal base burners at and save money. Tbe directors of the O'Brien Coun- ty Farmers' Insurance Company held a meeting here last week and voted a two mill assessment. Tbe company has had a very succeasfull and now carries over two and half million dollars in risks. Tbe losses tbis year DISGUISED. are somewhat larger than tbey were last year. As long as tbe company is managed by as capable and con- servative men as at present there will be no of an insurance scandal in O'Brien county. 3. B. Grosser is Wm. J. H. treasur- er and C. L. secretary of the lo addition to the above gentlemen tbe board of direct- ors is composed of H. F. R. W. Tbeo. Zimmerman. C. Dntton and O. P. Every farmer in the county should insure in the borne for there is no cheaper or better com- and vou know who is running it. Omaha Adopts a Popular Theme for Her Fall Festivities. It was a happy thought tha prompted the Knights of Ak-Sar-Be to adopt as the them of their annual fall entertainment. It seems remarkable to that the idea of a fraternal week has not occurred to them before. It would be hard to Had a mor fruitful source from which to dra tbe material for a magnificent ele trical display than the symbolis and legendry of the fraternal In devoting the electrical parad entirely to tbe fraternal Omaha has paid them a comphmen that should win their frieadly appre1 elation. Tbe parade will take place night on October 5th and will b composed of the following subjects JL Tbe World of Mystery. Grand Army of the Mystic Shriners. 4. Odd Fellow 5. A. O. U. W. 6. Eagles. 8. Royal Arcanum. 9 Bedmen. 10. Woodmen of th la. Knights of Pythia 12. Royal 13. Moder Woodmen of America. 14. Tur ers. 15. Maccabees. Columbus. Foresters. Danish Brotherhood. 17. Knights 18. Scottish Clans 20. King Ak-Sar- 1 XL Handsome prizes will be given 1 degree teams making the best pearance in the day parade on Octo 4. A prize will be given the tea comiag to Omaha from tbe greatesi distance. r Hancock Disk Plows are in grea demand at Metcalf We wish all book on or before Oct. It U reported Rockefeller wearing a wig. ata settled Hinz Supervisor Norton was in town to- and rumor has it that he was looking up tbe representative situa- tion and that he is very anxious to don W hitmer's brogans. The party might nominate a less capable but it is doubtful whether the tax payers will take kindly to thrusting greater honors on him after his record on the J. of refuses to be a He waited on this week by a delegation from Sanborn and Sheldon but declined. He nays he never bad a political bee in and does sot think he will have in the future. D- O. of also been waited and to this writer in Sheldon that he expected to go to Sanbom talk with friends and would then decide what he would do. The Milford Mail suggests tbe brilliant young editor of theSbddoa fill No Need of Railroad Rat Making by Government Commission. From Chicago Evening lo view of tbe plea of guilty en tered by four of the packers for conspiring to accept rebates from tbe railroad companies' regular freight it is evident that th govermenl already bas sufficient means of enforcing the law agains the giving of discriminating rates individuals or to communities. Inasmuch aa it has been this for of injustice that has brought u the railroads the very natural an very proper indignation of thow w. have not been it is able to suppose that the people who have raised a somewhat irrational clamor for the passage of a law that1 will enable the Interstate Comment Commission to railroad rates see the folly of proceeding furl in the direction of paternalism. important necessity for shippers a railroads ahke is that rebate givi and discrimination in every foi shall be rendered impossible. The advocates of the Esch-To send bill and of other similar mea ures have claimed that only by so such radical form of government in terferenoe would it be possible prevent the railroads from givin discriminating favors. This has beei the only claim pnt forth by the that bas mot been torn to recently public sentiment bee rapidly crystallizing into a disbeli in the truth of this Tbe plea of guilty made by the C cago pickers will go far towj proving that the present laws if tbey are enforced. High Flying Dutchman asd He would mceiy Plows at Metcalf at torn pncsv Now the time to   

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