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   Rock Rapids Reporter (Newspaper) - July 19, 1917, Rock Rapids, Iowa                                VOLUME XXXVI ROCK JULY 1917 NUMBER THE NEW WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS i We are installing the finest set Sani tary Harket Fixtures ever brought to this from the refrigerator lard of the latest design and made tokeep meats fresh and We will endeavor at all times to keep the very best in Fresh and Cured Meats and will sell them at Reasonable We cordially invite you t the and we L have a share of your call and in confident we t Your Order Will Receive Prompt Attention Bull You OUR SAFE VAULTS il u kll it They otter HIH best insurance preservation of valuable and other valuable articles against theft or 1 OSH CAttMICM Tho Safety Deposit Vaults of tho Iowa Hank tire ttonstructetl with tho utmost cure and nre absolutely Tho rental cost is ti box being obtained for us little as A and as an insurance against loss it is worth far more than our vnultH olToru Convenient plneo to do business of many cspcetully to those who live out in the IOWA SAVINGS EUNK 1 tt 4 l r i i A THOUSAND CHEER Relatives and Friends at Train When Soldier Boys Leaye for CampMen Anxious for Active Training TwonlyBoven Hock Rapids boys who have enlisted with Company Second Minnesota loft Mon day morning for where tho company will bo drilled for u short tlnio and then sent on to the con centration camp at Fort it is While no U of In Ho orders been recei v i t Is expected they will be retained at Luverne until about August They aro luarter ed at the county fair grounds and are OBfliRiied to sleeping quarters in the various whoro cota havo been secured for their Tho com pany is under command of Captain uud Lieutenant Kellt is HLcoml in The boys were given a hearty Bond off at tho train Monday A crowd of clone to onethousand gath ered at the and while the band several selections of a patriotic and Wilson spoke u word of it was nn affecting and there wore many moist eyes In tho assemblage as the first contingent of any size left for active Each of tho boys car ried u comfort bag prepared hy Uhu canvass for subscriptions to the the Red Cross a mattress Red Cross society lias been carried prepared by the Daughters of on for tho past week with Rood suc and many little and In the Hock llaplds Lorrl showod tho interest tho Rock Hupldsltory an addition of has boon have enl Istod In the LuverncRock Rapids Tho matter was discussed at tho time of tho organization of tho com pany and Senator Knuto Nelson writ ten iu regard to the Ho re plied by marking and sanding a copy of the which apparently showed that Lyon county would Ret Tho matter has been takan up again with Senator Nelson and also with Senator and an effort win bo made to got credit for tho men who onllstod at With tula credit the draft would not fall heavily on Lyou but without such it would bo tak ing a double number of young mon for possible So far the local exemption board haa not received notice of tho quota of mon the county is to According to the boat figures ob Lyon county has already furnished about one hundred mon for tho different brandies of tho RED FUND GROWS Rock Rapids and Vicinity Raise More Than me Give Under direction of Chairman Partclv people tako In the members of Those whowent from Uock Rap ids were B add Matt George Joe Ortwlu John Rex Emmet Wilbur Orvflla Otis FolletU Walter Lloyd S to Claude Herman Ccclll howls John Hex Max Harloy MunduH James Juke Tho boyg havo boon to return homo from Satur day night until Monday to tho sum reported last This brings the fund up to In addition to the calves donated by Charles Shipman and pigs by Bon and 30 bushels of corn to bo delivered by Jay The stock will bo sold at auction Satur day and should add noveral hundred doliartj to the According to huvo had charge of tho Jfcnvnft boon but UircfVlr to subscribe to The lUt Is doubtful if a and it town in WILL HAVE SOLDIERS1 FIELD DA Rotk Rapidi to Join Lni A Meu AU Luvorne and Rock RapldB will J In a field day at Luvorno i 7 KM soldiers of Company on Wediii day An effort Is being to declare it a holiday in Kook ty and Lyon The day will bo devoted to sp of various Uiero will be by the Hock par and Hills there a big banquet for the sold a basket for others and at 7U6 a patt J at whlcfc short made by a number of Iowa and nceota An admission cents will bo charged at the ball where tho sports will be pulled tho proceeds to go to the com moss I r T The program will begin at 1 ocl and there wilt bo ball gam 3SW between Hock Haplds and Hills and a drill by the i tary Hod Cross girlsd and a big dance In the evening under auspices of tho Knights tho proceeds of which also go to tho company Rock Kapldn people nro to go to Luvorno for this occa almost in a and it Is that arrangements will bo for a special return train on tho Omaha HO that ovoryone who desires remain until after tho patriotic mw Ing in the it should bo a big anil no doubt draw ono of Uio 1 crowds over assembled n lxad Up your auto and boys will soon leavo for the tration and thon bo beyond tfce reach offriendly r fc County Cauinc The canning camp bo inaugurated In Lyon eo dlrooUon a demonstrator UIQ Ames and f tho outsldo towns Only itu as white aro In front Lostor and Mttla Hook huvo re turns boon received as LoHtcr raised In u short and Little Uock hatt given Following aro tho additional sub scrlpUomi rorolvod tliiH with one or two that wore overlooked iu tho list printed lout week a StatoB will July with Rapids at 0 and 3 nv nmeting aro froo to nro urged tp Rtructfon will bo of groat wo way out OXIIOH80 tho latest methods Red Crou Ulia Hoauli o thy Hod society has rcrulvod word tha I fc Harm grained Baus tmn Solmaf Henry MorralK John Claronco authorized will no here on Monday of next wock to bo VoJIand or iown un George Van Sand Chris Henry Wayne Kin u courao ol instruction for those Tuls who uro to In tho workshop James Garret English which will instruct iu tho making of and find it IH hopud to havo Lyman J u full attendance of the of Sioux City Ed Boomgoar tho UK well UH any from in the uuunty who denlro to receive the VoN laud will i here for u week or uixl mootljiKrf are jiluiuied for each forenoon and Tho will bo borno by tho local it IH hoped that u large class will bo present to receive tho Tho first meeting will bo hold Mon day afternoon at 2 and on succeeding days at u and Ask Credit for Con Dick Henry Van der Ray Ralph Adolph Lud Oru Olson E Pen John Emma Auditor Hiogel IB in DOB Moitioa to1 Nellie Over i i i day and will endeavor to take up with Governor Harding tho matter of tho iuota or soldiers to bo drawn from Uyon Tho law passed by con gress provides that quotas for tlio soveral and Uie Uis trict of or subdivisions slmll bo determined in portion to tho population and orodit shall bo given territory or district of sub division for tho number of men who were Iu the military ser vice of tho United States 03 mem bers of the national guard ou Ap ril or who havoi since said date entered the militaryservice of tha United States from Any such district oruudivi T Oscar roctlons for proaarvlng Tho various meetings or thu county will bo held as Hock high school I and a local LMf 0 July 2 July school July 2 Will Ceutonninl July July 2 Bclioo u and 2 Mary July 0 July o Hock July James August 9 Hurry chatrin UUtla August 0 2 school Midland Sanders school Pi chairman Uu sure to remember Robert Mary Ash Roy Gravens I Dora to auylRena v One Ben Thirty of Jay C One Shipman f An IncipleDt T i Leiter i Lester papplo have a five night olwutauquft July 31 to contain an and will cozjuYUt four musical will t iM I T 4Mb 11 j f I l ill IF IV   

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