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Steamboat Rock Echo (Newspaper) - November 19, 1897, Steamboat Rock, Iowa STEAMBOAT NOVEMBER NUMBER ECHO NOT HIS OWN VERILY HORNSHALL NOT BE EDITED BY DIRECTORY HENRY Veal Insurance And Collecting Wills General Justice ol the For all kinds Builders Call on the Old Heavy Work Harness W ill fit you out with the harness for as little money as any dealer in the Repairing neatly and promptly done while you HERM The Place to get the Best Meat for the Least Money Is at THE SAM De The Only Lunch Counter in Town AT i Fresh ers at ail FARMERS Responsibility Highest market price for Wheat Coal Hard and Smith wagons and all kinds of f Chicago Great Western f Trains leave j Dally for and Kansas No for game points Dally for for same points No Dally BUSY AND BOOMING Our Citizens Find Much to Do and Talk NEWS NUGGETS TERSELY TOLD of Hie the People a of the Future Tales of Sorrow nnd of Lehman is reported as Miss Ethel Finster spent Sunday a drove to Lawn Hil George Carpenters house is Grandma Surles is visiting with re atives in was a north boun passenger Miss Matie Cartwright spent Sunda under the parental Henry Elers has the job of paintin Christian Smiths new Miss LuJa Campbell is company from South Fitz spent Saturday ana Sun day at home with his Miss Zoe visited wit friends at Union the past Quite a number of our young folk drove to Friday Clara of visite relatives and friends here Biley visited with he Eugene Dan Lesh and of are visiting relatives here th Lucia of South Dakot is visiting her Marks of Orange is of his an Miss Lena Luiken came home fron her school Friday and spent and Rosa Riley closed a term of school m the Mineral Foil school intends to start fo California soon and will spend th winter A number of our people attended th lecture by Captain at Eldora Friday Harried returned from he visit with relatives in Maine and Ver mont last pension was granted her last She received a baa pension of nearly Louis Luiken came home Tuesday from near where he bee i working the past and Jay of Marshall visited their Saturday and Fannon completed the plaster ing of George Carpenters house anc returned to Hannah Milslagle was taken very sick one night last week arid has been under Caldwells care ever Phil representing the Fletcher Grocery of made his usual trip here this of South ar rived Friday evening and has been the guest ot Miss Lula Campbell the Morse has rented the K for the winter and is intending to make the place her future If you are cold just step into Sterns hardware store and Hummer coal You will get warm just looking at Harry Greenlief has so far recovered from his injury as to be able to attend school again and taken his arm out of the The Misses our fashion able have been obliged to turn away many customers on ac count of increase of Farmers are getting along well with corn most of them will get through this The quality is very good and an average crop Tine and Minnie Hamp wore hurt while driving home from by their horse falling and breaking the A big time is expected in Masonic circles Saturday when n meeting will atthe Many oj the fraternity expected vf SV CHAT TOWNSHIP Henry Lulken Justice of Peac Albert Leverton Justice of the Peac S A A Jaspers Henry Lulken D W Turner J n Hoover S S Lookwood TOWN I j alter S DeHaan Frank Frank W 8 J 8 Marks Tnos E John Kllers H B Turner W C Cable BOARD OF H J president 1 Walter D E Jeo A S Root H H Turner Constab Oler Mayo Malls north south north Treasure Marsha Directo Secretary Treasure a 10331 p m p STEAMBOAT first services ever Sunday as announced fro week to Sunday school every Sunday L Miss Delia League every Sunday evening at oclock Fred Preaching every Sunday morning or as announced from week to week bunda school every at San Preaching services every Sunday at 3 Sunday school at p m J Bow C B GERMAN Regular preaching services at Rock every Sunday at 2 and mornings and evening as announced from wee to school nt 1 Van B V meets other Sunday at 8 oclock m do v P EQUALITY meetings Saturday In Tu ners or before the full moon of each A M secretar Clay lodge No Meeting every Wednesday R W secretary of Dora n Lodge No 103 Meeting first an Tuesday evenings of each month WOODMEN OP ran Tower Hook camp No Meets first Satu day night after full moon In uall eac J 1 Gieen Harry IOWA To take effect on and after May TRAINS GOING passenger passenger a m p m a ir a GOING passenger passenger No freight am an an pm N Time at Abbott effect Haj GOING 1114 nn Passenger No 63 A a 08 a Si nnm Freight NO bt SOOTH No GO B No m A M v except ALLEN and CONFECTIONARY Meals at all Live stock We can meet the demand n these lines and guarantee Miss Ida our town Saturday selling toilet sup 1 Edick received word from Iowa their sonin Jaw had They at once fot that The funeral Edick and wife left for Frank lin county Tuesday to attend the f unera of who diei He lived near Maynes Grove The services occurred The coal sheds at the Cente school house burned Tuesday after The school house also caugh fire but no serious damage was done We have not heard the cause of the fire One of the most successful farmer township is who lives on the county He ha 160 acres of fine a sheds and cribs and pleasant His fall plowing i corn husked and ready for winter He will soon be getting the material o the ground for an his hous in the including a H proposes to have every convenience fo comfort in his declining he richly 1 Henry on the county lin is an uptodate Hi farm consists of 213 acres in a hig state of He has escape the cholera and has some sixty fine hogs a number being ready for an bushels of corn in Hi corn crop averaged forty to bushels per enjoy lo but is grateful for an abundan His brother John lives jus across the line in Grundy has fine farm and is as well a other brothers who live Th Gerdes brothers are reliable i Sunday i oclock ou good citizens were aroused from thei Sunday evening gatherings and som from their early sleep by the brightnes of the sky caused by a They soo found that our city bastile was i Our always ready and willin voluntary fire department was prompt on but all they conld do was t keep the fire confined to the course of an hour entirely de The building was g structure aud for the last few year mostly used for an abode for knight of the When the fire was firs discovered the door was pushed opei but the interior was already in and llames so that nothin could be saved and the number of livei lost can up to this time hardly be es EXCURSIONS AT THE LOW KATE OF ONE FARE for the round tup PLUS VIA TUB ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD SOUTH excursions to al stations o Calio except to points between and MNs Inclu and except to New Orleans on the line o central and the and Valley railroad stations in south Dakota mcl Minnesota nnd from stations In Iowa us rar Including cedar and Mona 15 and and 20 and stations east of aslar aa nnd Including and 7 and ior a copy of the Southern Guide de so the agricultural of the 30iintny traversed Dv the abovementioned as general passenger For lon In regard to lands In valley of address at Chicago land In addition vill be sold from stations In as far west as und including Cedar including and Cedar 7 including IW to I Illinois In South Minnesota nnd In owa west of as far as nd and points Tickets rates on sale only dates to your or address as general Illinois con raj 1 n the land may bo enjoyed Saturday you taKo the new through sleeping ar for Los leaving every ny Great Western Kansas Ity and Fo These through urist sleeping ears aro provided with on a long bedding two large and a range for light ilio pf u porter whose sole duty and attend p the wants of 16 The Maple Santii Fe addition to lowest rates the advantage of tho shortest line and with the fact that It Is car Moln Cedar Des stations to Kansas pit at Low round Ulp rates are days for lie also available for tup Los every Tues at the i ff Just Arrived A large line of Dry oil will find everything just as Come end see MY MANY FRIENDS I have Returned to Steamboat Rock and opened up a stock of goods in my old home I invite all to call and see I can sell you dry groc eries and provisions at prices that are Good goods at bottom Are after the custom of the Buckwheat grinding a Bring us your Satisfaction BENSON of soft house slipper you ever saw all your born days better come TODAY Womens Ve also have n complete stock of AND Mens Boys Experience For prices iar Louis Who con think at some simple thing to Protect they may bring you JOHN Patent Attor f or their odor jV BABYLAND Established 1877 B OWN Mothers best help In amusing and little BRIGHT NBW PRETTY 50 cents a 5 cents a LITTLE MEN and WOMEN 1SSOJ FOU FROM 7 TO 12 Juat the Important age when child re u may most easily by good fairy fancy stories aaa illustrations f per io cents per v Nassau New they may brl IHN CO their 4 hundred tj
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