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Rock Rapids Reporter (Newspaper) - March 22, 1917, Rock Rapids, Iowa r I 11 5 f VOLUME XXXVI ROOK MARCH I9tr t i i M efcf Copyright Hart bchattncr Marx Marx Schaffner clothes best the YOU are the style you want made for you NO heres why theyre and have should the quality you need the fit you prices that buy the economy you All the seams are sewed with pure silk The fabrics are tape and all are water The Expert The leading styles in Clothes to fit every man regardless of which is an Tne Hart Schaffner Marx label in every other way of saying Your Satisfaction other Come well show and reasons vou buying these good RPE Clothes Marx The Home of Hart Schaffner 8th April this Comes Easter WILL BUILD A NEW PAT KELLY GETS A I Hunt Having Plans Drawn for a Presented by Svpervbori New and Modern StructureWork Monday for Pait Services to Start av Soon as Plans are Kage Hired for Bridge Rock Haplds to have a modern theater and motion picture houso PatKelly of an Invited guest at soon as plans can bo secured and the I tng of the board of supervisors held building Hunt is to and during the bo the owner and the building will I session ho be erected on the lots between the Lockwood Plrwltz furniture store and the Olson slaters which was excavated last The house will be managed by Loran it la and will takecare of rond and on off evenings will bo used for showing motion The building will be a credit to the and ono that has been n coded L for a long It will permit of high class attractions being secured that would otherwise pass up tho Hunt baa secured Kol sey to have charge of the and the latter Is now in Sioux City hav ing plans drawn for the It will be substantially with but little attempt nt elaborate Inter ior and will have a seat ing capacity of from GOO to H will bo 50x110 feet in tho full size of tho und as now one story in It Is expected to cost or was presented chair In token of tbe esteem In 4 1 J M 1 A he Is held by members of the and for the good service he do rod during tho negotiations for the building of tho new court Kelly served in the Fifth dff trtct for six his term expiring on January just before the coun house was completed and ccptcd by the Tho remaining1 members thought It would bo anicer thing to present him with a and who n the furniture for the superr room was an Another Highway Hock Haplds citizens have boon re quested to join In u movement for an allIowa highway from Lansing to Sioux Lansing in Hi Urn tod oa the Mississippi river and the promot ers or the deal are holding meetings along tho proposed line to Interest people in the A request hns boun nmdo for a meeting It is the plan of the which is called the Imperial Highway as to have oach town look after Us own section of the mark There are no salar ied officers and no expense unless I of the county bridge It be u aniill sum for advertising I ployed for thocoming year at tho road tt prospective tourists inland and gasoline for the some of tho trade The high way cast and west across Lyon coun ty Is In good condition and if U can bo raado a state it seems rendered good service for his constit uents and the taxpayers ot the coun ty that hdfr had been one of those who bad given their services all and bad boon one of boosters for the new court house was cousfdored one of tho members of the and It Was thought proper that ho should have f remembrance of hin public Kelly thanked the board in d feeling Ho said that in main bis relations with the members bad been most pleasant There had been a times when there wore differences but ho believed everyone satisfied that tho others working for what they believed bo and that tho county bad cotvcd efficient During tho days session many mat ters were called up and some U V Pi a of to disposed Herman i This ifl mO than lie received as salary the f i Mike a county oh mn T Mi mi r that the opportunity should bo Improvasked that ho be given a nqw pair While held up in the of the men interested id the move and found thorn full of enthus A representative from Lansing attended a mooting held at ISsthur and told the other delegates that of bis county were go Ing to build a bridge across tho Mls uml that while thin was be ing dono the town ofrcred free fer ry service to tourists coming that April Petit for tho April term of court which convenes on the have boon drawn und are now being sum moned by Sheriff Tho members arc to report on April and the list follows A Motcb Ed Albert Lawrence Schu Otlo Weatb Hock Henry lioury Kd node s i r vo C rt orly Tom J Llnton L gf BulJf You itence BETTER THAN INSURANCE u The perfect security of our Safety Deposit Vaults offers any owner of valuable securi silver greater protectionthan insurance can Because your property cannot be stolen or destroyed by We shall be to show you the new modern boxes which we have installed in our whether you desire to take advan tage of our present rental rate or t v Mftfk m iK m Luminous Watch The first thing to do IB to procure an ounce of calcium Tho cost since tho war Is nn but you can tlx perhaps 50 watches With that This clement ab und after holntf expoKod to any bright light for flvo minutes will glow with a purple light for about four Bays Popular Sdenee Remove the crystal from the watch to bo und with it pen dipped in shellac go over tbe numeral und the Some niuy prof or to innko dots only at Pour out tho calcium nn a cloim piece of dip your finger In It und IUOSH some on tho moist Allow about flve minutes for It to Tho calcium not used may bo returned to tho and difting room girl for general hotel Good wage a for the right Call or write Little Boots Little Kdward Morgan Pete Will Fred Olc John George Uuorgo Prank Kllnken Frank Hoi Oswald Little and Auditor Illegal watt Instructed write tho DeuMotnes firm which made limbs and find out what could bo RIcgel was also Instruct t ed to HUG that the now court home is not uucd for other purposes that for which It was and a I F resolution was imssed providing that neither the rest rooms nor lobbies L bn used by anyone the exclusion This is Intended to cut use of the rooms for political H pooches am band It Is Lyon County National bank filed an nddlti mil bond for r aiu tbe amount permitted to ho deposited there raised from to bond Ill Id January had large enough to cover tho sum In Tim city was granted an ment UCWKH the court yard for purpose of laying beat if Another Heavy The heaviest snowfall of the i tin in thlH section cunic Thursday night and and while the was too wet to blow much there Were times nil during Friday when It near ononuh in a to make look natural U tho old estimated Unit a foot of enow und except on tho llllnoU railway traffic was pretty woll The Omaha gave up In d not venture to start from til Tuesday plow off tho main lino cleared tracks on tho The land Htarted n anowplow out Falls Saturday morning and od In getting thu H no opened to KRthorvilie by Monday first train arriving from about 2 Tim tral officials got busy Iran tor tho storm struck aud plows travelling up and To Prepare for The city council mot in adjourned Kosslon Saturday ovoning to formu late and pass ordinances regulating to water and newer Ord inances and 85 were put on tbe final and Tho find I Sioux Falls branch to provides that all connections With and but onu or two tho city water mains shall bo jworo and will uauHe a rouowal about overy water connection on streets which aro to be Ordinance 85 provides for sower connections from tho main line to the curb line for j with the Fargo each This is dono preparatory has been paving and to insure that it will not be uecsesary to tear up tho 11 M mm ell Goei to 1J ftii frdiiu 1 w MoluoH Western Fargo team got menu every little while to ropijln money Vfttor couaeotlona utUwb to I people t hop and
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