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Blockton News (Newspaper) - April 30, 1914, Blockton, Iowa The Bloc TAYLOE 1 The Corset of Youthful Vitality The J C C College Girl This is a New Mo del made with an ex tremely low allowing the great est and giving the Uncorseted Appear Has the long stylish skirt fitting in Is made of substantial ma terial carefully boned with pliable At tractive imported embroidery finishes it neatly at the Priced at the low figure of J C C 530 COMFORT FIRST Women of mature figures who mand in a corset support for the comfort and the graceful na tural lines which give elegance and poise to the m that make for long is handsomely finished Splendid Value at j Fort Morgan April 28d Wayne Ford and Miss Bes sie both of were united in marriage shortly after the noon hour Monday by Judge House in the office of county The only witnesses to the cer emony were and Em ery of The groom is a homesteader south of Brush and formerly of he made the acquaintance which culminated in the marriage of the two young The bride came to Brush from Iowa a few days The young couple will make their home on the homestead of the Re i 111 i er he ot best B a hoa said wt 0110 Church of Christ Notes Rain abruptly dismissed the congre gation last Sunday We were glad for wo need Next Sunday night the pastor will ex plain how our English Bible has been made with particular emphasis laid on the oldest manuscript in It is called Manuscript Aleph or Codex It was found at the foot of Mount Slum in 1811 by One hundred and seven were in Sun day school Many of our folks were away from home visiting or there would have been many Lot us all try to be present next At 3 oclock next Sunday afternoon the pastor will preach at Pleasant Val ley school south of Many of our members live in that neigh and can not get to Nothing so for a Cough or Cold When you have a cold you want the best medicine obtainable so as to get rid of it with the least possible There are many who consider Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ever since my daughter was cured of a severe cold and cough by Chamberlains Cough Remedy two years have felt kind ly disposed toward the manufacturers of that I know of nothing so quick to relieve a cough or cure a For sale by All We hope to see many of them at this The fourth Sunday in May the pastor will bo at Ravenwood to deliver the Memorial or sermon to old This is the third year for us to preach this sermon at Ravenwood and we are looking forward to this year with year our hearts are by a few of the Old Guard answering the last Roll Herman one of our own boys will lill tbo pulpit while we are will Vie home for the availing Last Brown the pulpit at Reports from there say that all were delighted with him and helped by his He was invited to return at an early We congratulate Emmett upon this step of We trust he will continue in aggressive work for the M Clears Skin Blemishes Why go through lile embarrassed and with red rough or suffering the tortures of salt Just ask your Druggist for the simple suggestions and vour skin worries are lent ior babies and Stops money at your Adv Church Miss of gaye us two very interesting addresses Sunday in the interests of the The collection was amounting to over The society will meet with Sharp next Friday afternoon 2 80 all members are requested o be Subject for Epworth League next Sunday evening for God and His Psalm We had a splendid league sery ice last Sunday led bv Arch The subject Signing the It was very interesting to listen to the various reasons given as to the why we should express 011 the temperance question this Hope all the will be present next une We send delegates to the We passed the hundred mark again m our Sunday school Sun but many of our scholars 800 self i j Mercer gave an g and instructive talk ly Wednesday reading and pray ed on Coming to Right He told the story Giant as an exam Jow every even the could be fooled by ie purpose of school he t train people to come That the ii of lessons every tig of work once of subject matter is best methods of train ability to come to right ill The school was very d to hear Brother Mer were sorry that he I BO long to come and I he would come again of the teachers and high moils attended the track id oratorical contest of the Missouri High School held at All the of northwest Mis in the orato in the essay contest ick meet or in all high school as usual e largest per of The association does in interesting the in things worth i hear the Philo Friday after iis is the last society pro and the program especially for May were out of town hope they all be present next i Sunday school was organized Platteville last Sunday with the following Sharp assistant superin Henry Besco An thony Clara On the regular preaching day the services will be held at m and on other Sundays Wo had a good start Sunday with thirty Hope one in the neighborhood will try to be present next Sunday at 10 as this is to be Go to Meeting Day in the Unless ordered differently by our district superintendent our third quarterly meeting will be held at at 11 and on the same day at Gay Center at We expect to organize a Sunday school Gay Center next at the usual preaching Sacramental services will be held both at Platteville and Gay Center on quarterly meeting The business session of the confer ence will be held at Blockton Sat May SCHOENMANN SON Dealers in Common Sense Silos m if png for a divorce several the case was put off present term of time set for yes Anderson went to jird Monday and Ander i others went over Under restrictions the divorce 3thougu laughed at by a merciful alternative for a comparative peace 1 a sure hell on people wed there will SEQUEL The case came to upt last evon ab mt without being The evidence given ory contradictory and some vas said to be disgustingly and Neither attorney o make a plea and the case o the Judge without Judge said in Anderson and he leave them in the position nay place and e would take time to con ns to what disposition TH an ab ing all wf exam was of it rich pared went as to they that 1 sider should be made of the younger The case attracted attention and it is said the developments caused the judge to it was no credit to the which was certainly tak ing inconsiderable Propst Dead Propst died at the home of his Sunday mow ing at Funeral services were held at Baptist church at this by made in the cemetery at j Propst has been in very jh since the death of Propst poor he a few m weeks hJ time of 1 See j Free 1re Uhs auo and for the last lew failed ije has spent his te at the home of his at New and willi west of friends a Carl O morning Lucy lily specialist Why John Deere Corn Planters Excel in Accuracy They are the most accurate because they have the oblique selection Seed cells and cutoff plate so shaped that the kernels lie on the hopper bottom in the best position to move enter and rapidly fill the They enter the cells neither on edge nor but at an angle ot 45 This secures the most accurate drop ever put on a planter for every kind of John Deere Corn Planters ARE REAL VARIABLE DROP three or four kernels per hill can be planted as desired by merely shifting foot Drilling distances varied in the same Change from hilling to drilling or back to made without driver leaving And there are no projections in the valves upon which kernels can John Deere Planters are convenient to No trip nor marker ropes lever within easy balancing spring to suit any weight of automat ic underhung reel and detachable All them features combine to make these planters without an Little Chicks are Coming we sell the safe kind of E Horse Fowler Clark have with their Dog and Pony coming to a they with a human Tins wonderful of Shewill pick out any the rainbow at the command her more wonderful at the suggestion of any one in the She tells the time of day or night by an ordinary watch picks out the best look ing iu the telling the Route Arthur Dillinger will preach Pleasant Valley school house Sunday after May at 3 Everyone in to i J V1 1 and nf visited and visited at the home of West in Blockton Sun day Childers and family called on Lew is West and family Sunday Tom Goff and family spent Sunday at the Rolla Allee color of her kind of clothing she Frank Hall and family spent the day row ot seats she The Sunday at the home of their owners value this pony at The foregoing is only a few of the truly hu man things this remarkable animal This act alone is more than worth the admission Adults and children over 10 30 All children under 10 ex in After May 15th all dealers will compelled to candle all the they purchase and those brought in which do not stand the test will to the according to a ruling issued from the pure food Stomach Trouble Cured A some time I suffered from stomach would have sour stomach and teol bloated after Nothing ben me until 1 got Chamberlains Tab After taking two bottles 01 thein 1 and wife at Mart Job and family and Lester of Grant visited at the home of West Loren Brown and Fred Shipley called at Joseph Lynns Harve Jones and family spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of his Fred Rowen and family called at the John Hammers home was For sale by All Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser out the accumulated waste and poisons of the winter your anil kidneys of all im Take Pills nothing better for purifying the Cures con makes you feel Take no 25c at your Salve for All spent Sunday d relatives at Neil lelt for Sti Joseph where he will visit his and have his eyes reviled by a Great Western Regular Fares Effective May to Paul and Minneapolis instead of to Kansas City Instead of Substantial reductions also to many intermediate Trains for Paul and Minneapolis leave Depot at and Trains for Joseph and Kansas City leave at For full details ask the agent it CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN V J
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