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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - November 27, 1902, Marble Rock, Iowa Jttorble Hock jottrtroL VOL. 28. NO, 17. MARBLE ROCK. FLOYD COUNTY IOWA. XOV. 27. 1902. TERMS A YEAR Free Sheet fiusic. One Piece to each person who purchases _pne 5c package of Gum. at W. Speedling's DeWitt's Salve For roes, Bums, Sores. M. HARTNESS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Greene, Iowa. Exclusive attention given to profession al busineee. "Watch Tlie Kidntys" "When they are affected, life is ia sa> s Dr. Abernethv, the great Eoglish physician. Poley'a Kidney Cure makes kidneye. A. J. Asper A, Co. Fall colds are liable to hang on all winter leaving tbe seeds of pneumonia, broncnitis or consumntioti Poley' Honey and Tar cures quickly and prevents nerious results. It ie old and reliable, tried and tested .safe and sure, contains no opiates and will not constipate. A. J. Asper Co. Spent More Than W. W. Baker of Neb-, writes: "My wife suffered from lung trouble for" fifteen years. She tried a number of doctors spent over f 1000 i without relief. She became very low and lost sll hope. A f rlood recommended Hooey ood Tar and, thanks to this great remedy, it saved her life. She enjoys better health than she baa known in ten years. "Uefuse substitutes. A. 3. Asper Co. Miss Ida. M. Snyder, Treasurer ml Otf Brwklyn Eatt Art Club. If women would pay more attention to their health we would have more happy mother! and daughters, and if they would observe results they wonld find that the doctors' prescriptions do not Ultr UMUiy UIVV ItitMl credit for. In consnltmc with my druggist he ad- vised Wine of Cardui and Thed. ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it and have every reason to thank him for a new life epened up to me with restored health, and H only took three months to curt me." Wine of is a regulator of the menstrual functions and is a most as- tonishing tonic for women. It cures scanty, suppressed, too frequent, irreg- ular and painful menstruation, falling of the -womb, -whites and flooding. It is helpful approaching hood, during pregnancy, after child- birth and in chance of life. It fre- quently brings a dear baby to homes that hare been barren for years. All druggists have bottles of "Wine of Cardui. Foley's Honey Tar heals lungs and stops the cough. Kidney Cure kldseys aad bladder right. Settlers' Rates Via C., R. I. P. During the months of September, and October, Low Se'ttlers' Kates will be in effect at C.. R i. P. stations to points in British Columbia, Mjntana, Idaho ami lutermediate Theso rates will bo low enough to please you, nnd if you are thinking of going to any portion of nbore described territory, you should call on local agents of C., R. 1. 4 P. for additional iniorniBtioo. or ndd-ees, Jso. G. FAKMEB, D. P. A., C., K. I. A P. Ky. A Host Liberal Otter. All our farmer readers should take ad- vantage of the unprecedented clubbing offer thia year make, which includes with this paper Ihe Iowa Homestead, its special Farmers' Institute Edition? and Tbe Poultry Farmer. These three I publications are the bast of their class and should be in every farm home. To them we add, tor local, county and gen- eral new8, our own paper and make tne price of tbe four one jear only Never befcire wasjo mueh superior read- ing matter offered for ao small an amount of money. Thp three papers named, which we club with our own, are well kncwn throughout the We.-t and com mend themselves to the reader's favorable attention upon mere mention. The Home- stead is the (jrodt BRncultural nnd live stocfc paper of the West; Tbe Poultry Firmer Is the most practical poultry paper for the farmer, while The Specinl Farmers' Institute Editions are tUe most practical publications for tbe pro- .rotion of good farming ever published. advantage of this gidat offer, ae it will bold good for a short time only, Samples of these papers may be ex- amined by calling at this S. W. McNiNCH, D. D. S, Successor to Dt. Broraon, Marble Rock, Iowa. Office open all week exccp' Wedoesdaya. ID reasonable cases teeth extracted without guaranteed Grit-class, All work Theo. Messerschmidt CITY MEAT MARKET All Linda ol Meat in its Season. Sttiffatior Highest Price Ftid (or Bides aic Callow Harris Levich who has been on trial for the murder of Finkelstein was ac- quited by a jury last Satur- day. -Judge Sumb senlenceu fjeri iiuuher, the man who plead guilt.y to steal- ing, to 20 months st bard laVor in the Anamosa penitentiary. Owing to expenditure of for the new court house and fcr smill pox patlentp.tbe blackhawk coun- ty treasury ie empty and warrants are below par. An editor who is a beginner in the business hss just discovered that: "The editor learns mucn of the hypocrisy of life, and it is a wonder he believes in anything on earth or hereafter. Peo- ple who abuse the editor the loudest owe their standing in society to his forbearance." The merry season is upon us, and the suggestion of a aew in-door gsme is valuable. Philip H. Goepp, an accomp- lished mubician and critic, gives the outline of a churming game forthe pinno in the December LIPI-IXCOTT'S MAGA- just the thine for Christmas when tae family centres in the home. The flnmptoti Recorder supposes that almost every man who has fed a horse this fall has noticed the discolora- tion of most of the oats. Veteriaary surgeons say that this is the evidence of a poisonous fungus that acts badly on the horses. eSpeeiolly on the and that such oats should be scalded or boiled before being fed. Miss MAUDE ROOSEVELT otFers three very valid claims to attention this month. She is, first of all, a cousin of the President, and has won repute as ac able actress; secondly, she may sign herself by the sounding German title- Baroness Mumm von Scl warzenstein, and lastly, she has written as takable a society novel as any of i ecent years. The novel is called "The Price of Fume, aod appears in full in the December number of LIPPISCOTT'S MAGAZISE. With admirable equanimity Repre- sentative Dalzell announces that he io still in the Speakersbip fight. He doe? not believe the matter CBB be setileil until the members assemble in Waehing- ton and perhaps not then. He describe the contest us narrowing down to a b Ike Mly pKHive Cwt known to the Medical Profession for fteCt tf Acvie Urtik Ooul A potitiveCwt tffectcd (8 anti-revieionists, he, of course, repre- senting the Istter. Notwithstanding Mr. Dalzell's anticipations, bower, the general opinion ia that Uncle Joe Can- non has won. Much interest attaches to the treaty with Culm which the President has penf to Havana by General Blisp, whom he has appointed Minister Plenipotentiary. By an engenioua deuce Mr. Roosevelt and Secretary Hay obviated the objec- tion raised in Havana, that Cubh oould not afford to make any reduction In her tariff beoauee she needed all the revenue that tariff now produces. The treaty provides for no reduction of the tariff, but for an increase of Cubin du- ties of 50 per cent on all goods imporied fmm countries other than the United States. In return General Bliss i? authorized to insert a provision grant- ing to Cuba a reduction from 20 to 25 per cent from the Dingley schedules. "Some years ago while at Martinburg, W. Va., I was taken with cholera mor- bid, which WBS followed by diarrhoea. Tee doctor's medicine did me o j I was advised to a bottle of Cham- berlain's Colic Cholara 8ml Diarrhoea Remedy, which I did, and it cured me sound and well G A MORRIS, Em bree- vllle, Pa. Sold bv A. J. Asper Co. Tlie country ii oreiflowlog with fake steel range pediliere, take fruit tree men, fake dothing men, fake jewelry men, fake everj thing whose ways are dark and whose tricks are vain, says an exchange. Look out for them. Be on your guaru. Do not permit any oily tongojd, smoothly worded scTpe- goatwhoif his just deserts were met- ed out to him would no doubt be in jail, to inveigle you Into signing papers about which yon know nothing. You have in your own country town tmnest and responsible men ij business to deal with, men whom you know will not you. They are men to tin torathertban the roaming whose sole aim is to bent the farmer, to beat everyone he comes in contact with. Patronize your borne merchants. ASLEEP AMID FLAMES Bretk- iog into blizing home, some Bremen li'ely dragged the sleeping in mites Irom death. Fancied security, and death near. It's that way when neglect and olda Don't do ii Dr. King's New Discovery (or Con- sumption gives jerfect protection giiost ill Throit, Cheat and him" Tronbles.'Keep it ne.r avoid j (eriop, death, doe'or's bills A tet- j Mop? cooah. ow the stubborn Harmless tnd nice tatting, it's guaranteed tv satisfy bf A. J. Asjwr Co. Price r Oc and 1.00. Trill bowk free. Oblturay. Lis horns in this pkce Nov. William Bell Koapp sgeu 74 years. A f Tl an'-- O') fell from the top of a load of straw and sustained injuries to big head and back which resulted in his death as above stated. William 8eU Knapp, was born at Wayne Co. New York, March iuth, 1323 died at Rockfork on Xov. 11, 1912. Mov- ed to Waukesh'S Wis., ia 1351, where he lived a short time and again moved to Madison, in tiie fill of same year and on Dec. 15ti. following was married to Nancy P. Britton of ttiat pkce, to thH union were born eight chilJren. four sons, Frank, who no-.v resides at Greene, William, Alfred and (jssrge of this city, and four daughters, Hattie who died when eight months old in Madison, Elizabeta Xies living at Marble Hock, Lottie flesa living at Muscttine and Helen Tiiomnson h ving at Banker, Tex- as Mr. and Knupp moved to this on tlie IGlh day of Sep. ISfii where they have since resided Mr. Kiiipp has onlv tnoluing rela- tives, aside for bis own immediate family. His mother Caroline King, aged years living wild Mr. Knapp's sister Martha MaDonal I, at Hasbrouck Heights, JST. J. Tue funeral senices were uonJucted on Friday from the home bj Rev. Sheiir of tbe M. E. church, and not withstand- ing the inclemency of the large number of sytupa'bising friends attended the service. The following friends and rel itives from abroaj were present, Mr. and Mrs. Henry NIPS and Mr. ima Frank Nies of Marble Rock, Mrs Lottie Hess of Musc.itioe, Mr. Frank Knapp and wife and I1. Sobermerhorn, of Greene, S A. Britton of Mt. Horeb, Win. Mrs. Nellie Thompson and daughter, Hazel, of Raoger, Texas, did not nrrive UQtil Saturlay morDiog on account of being delayed hv the tra ns at K-insns Kpgistt r. Folej's Honey nnd Fnr cures coughs and colds nnd prevent1- pneumonia. Take no substitutes, A. J Asper Co. AUCTIOV will sell at auction on my fartn 3 miles east and 2 miles souih of Marble Hock, nnd 3 miles north of fVnonp on Rn'nM-iv N'ovomhpr 2clth 1902, at I o'clock sharp, the, following property. Six horses, live cows, all giv- ing milk, t'.vo arnl one year old heifare, one h-iy loadpr, one Kemp's manure spreader, two sleifthp. lum- ber wagon, one trucks, one disc corn pl.i'.v, one walking corn pliw, onb riding c.jrn plow, one gang plow, nrike. one sulky pl.dv, HiipgooJ make, one 14 inch plow, one 12 inch breiker, OQS 2> f ;ot drag, one ll! foot seeder, onf 12 fool seeder cultivator, one barb wire pick-up, one tauk heater, OUP six foot mo-.ver' one 12 foot hay nike one new top one three seafd buggy, one two seated surrey, breaking cirt, one single light dnving li.irners, two cutters, one set work li ircess, hay rncks, one Shepherd dog, clnokeos 'ind otlior tilings not here meati'.'ned. Usual terms. UEO. W. RUSSELL John Hesalroad, Auctioneer, W. S. Shepardson, Clerk. School Notes. Term eliminations are Visitors are not nuuieious. One third of the school has passed J.IIB lol utniug luiisueu L. fc. History, has begun the study of Iowa and the Xation. The llth fjrsle his begua the study 01 Physical Geography, having finished Civil Government. The 12tb grade is doing very satisfac- tory work as i class, particularly in Geometry and Latin. Review work was begun some time in Arithmetic by the 12lh grade; re- citations being held after school. loter ruptionj to these recitations are quite frequent, being crowded oat by the de- tails of school work. Rliet.irio-il work will he in order in all the grades during the remainder of the year. Each pupil be expected to appear on program, at least three times during tlie remainder of the school year. Report of the schools for month end- ing November 21, Primarv Department. .No. enrolled, 49 Percdnt of attendance, Percent of pucctunl ty, Names of pupils neither absent cor tardy Lowell Cluy, Jane Walster, Georgie Plow right, Edna Guy Heck, Alta Rex, Wanda Dtivi0, Lawrence Davis, Zar II Herbeit Vorhes, Ulenn BoA-er, Vera Bower, Mury Plow right, Lucy Edwin Inman, Frankie Duncan, Geraldo Keister, Harry Moorp, Lponard Folsom, Jesse Inman. Verle Smith. Gertrude M. Utz, Teacher. Interuiednte Department. enrolled, 44 Xo. neither absent or tardy, 20 Per cent attendance. 95i Ter renl punctuality, 99x Names of those neither absent nor tardy. August Vera Wallace, K.inuld llulibard, Clarence Hawks, H> rold Clark, Jesse Wngoer, Lee Pierce, Clyde Tuitemtin, U'Uph Carnobe 1, Ernie Stroud, Lueih Vorhes, Edith Clark, ebster Keed, Harrison Acklev, Clifford iiuiley, Mae Wilolh, Merle 01-sey] Daisy Crumb, Bertbi iM. Ackley, Teacher. Junior Grammar Department. I A Uozeii Times A Mr. Owen Dunn, of Benton Ferry, W. "iV. Va liud kicinej nod bladder trouble for vears, nnd it became so bad that I was obliged to get up at Ipast a times a niglit. iliever re- ce.ved any benefit from any medicine until I tried I to 'k Folej's Kidnev Cure. After using two bottles, I urn cured. A. J. Asper Co. Greene W. Soesbe leaves tomorrow for Chicago for a few day's visit at the home of llarrj Soesbe..... Mrs. J- R. Gillham who has been in R hospital at Cnicag-j for several weeks, after undergoing a surgwil operation, returned home yesterday and is greatly improved in health.....Fred Sei'z of Cldrksrille, was a visitor here for a short time yesterday, reluming from Marble Rock where be assisted ia the orchestra for the Kntre Xous bipquet.....Dr. Hewett of Charles City, was here yester- day, to s> e ttrs. Jike Huitmsn who is very sick. She Is reported a little bet- ter. Rena Sharks of Marble Rock, is taking cars of her in the capacity of nurse. Percent of attendance, 97.1 Percent of punctuality, 930 A'acues of tliose neither absent nor tarkj: Edward Ackby, Pnprrnin Boyle, Louis Clay, Hnymand Davis, Guy Hawks, Lolin lit Icotnb, Arno Tl'.'eman, Dorothy Bear, Vina Clasey, Maude Davis, MnyneJle Grace Rev. S. J. Rex, Teacher. Senior Grammar Room. Xumher enrolled, 29 of iittendatire, 97.-1 Percent of punctuality. 99 Pupils neither tardy nor absent: Holuomb, Bert Palmer, llil-n Beelar, Unrrj Pierce, 1m i Mc-C-MV, Cnrl M ithp DeGraw Bear, Tnni Cuyla Ciabtree, (ilenn John Langblin, Clifford Stroud, Evprt Clasey, Shelton Drfwson, Delia Minnie V. Ilorr, Tencher. High School. Xo enrolled, Xo. b. longing, 33 Per cent 96.6 tardy, 2 rjijifnpr f nnj- _ Fuieet, Clvde yhowe'tnan, Lois Mayme Spnulding-, Emm i Peterson James Hubbiird, Ale.tmiler, R.iult Heroicf Inruoi, Kirl Clay, Edna Roy Haney, De'ina Merricn, Orvi! Haney. Feme Soors. Clirford Rex, Verne Weber. Artbui Wilson, Principal. A STAUTUSG SURPRISE few coald believe in looking at A. T, Hosdley, healthy, robust black- smith ol Tilden, Ind that (or ten years he suff.-red such tortures from llhpumi'i-m 'ef co'ild an-i But wonder'ul change followed hi? K'cctric Bitters "Two b t- tles wholly cured me he Writes, and I hive not felt twinsrc in over a }mr The? resnlate the Kidneys, the hlnod cure N'e'iril- improve disiestion and perfect health. Trj them. Only 50 ets. A. J. Asper Co. drug More. A Mora to iiavplcn, eTcitement inci lent to truveling change in fooil am', water uiteu j bririg-s on diarrhoea, nnd for this reason no one should leave home without n bot- tle of Chimborlain's C'lolera snd Diarrhoeu Remedy. For Rale uy A. J. Asper Co._________________ Allison, Nov. it will re- i quire official csovass of tbe petitions by the board of supervisors to assure tie establishment, of uvilct ffaloons in i'ut- ier county, there is every reason to be- lieve that the recent canvass mide in all of thi townships of the county will result, in the authorization of tbe mulct saioon in that county. In many cf the j townships it is reported that much than the 03 per cent TTBS swoured, while in others it fell short, but the ret nty I (.s a whole is believed to have ex- pr- ?s d is r3v-r of 'he of liqiior under the Io va mi let law LICK Is T.URTE sending io mile- Wtii apirey, of Wtlton n-ice, Vt 20t a box of Biicklcn's ArniiM S.lvc. that wholly cured a horntile F vcr Sors on hn Icz Noth- in IM-" c >iii 1 Po-uitvly Felon-. U'.ccr-t Kriptions. H 0 irns and Only I Guarirteed by A. J. Aspcf Co. druggist. Rev. Irl R. Hkks 1903 Al To say that .this splendid work of science and art is fiaer and bettor than ever, is stating it mildly. lui 11 id fur lujyouU all previoun To say that such reaulU, r Tiuiri-v YEARS, are not upon sound tnd uaefulntM, U insult to the intelligence of tie Prof. Uiokb, through this Almkaac, and his famous family and journil, WORD AND WOBKS, ia doinj work for the whole people not approach- ed by any ether man or publication. A fiir test will prove thia to any rMton- a'lle person. Added to tbe mott lamia- ous course ia astronomy for 1903, fora- oasts of storms and weatbsr are given, as never before, for every day in tea year, all charmingly illustrated with nearly two hundred engravings. The p.ice of single Ahninao, Including pont- age and mailing, is THIRTY CENTS. WORI> AND WORKS with the Almaoao iifJ.OO a yeur. Write to WORD AND WORKS PUB- Lisiu.Nf. Co., 2M1 Locubt Street, St. Louis, Mo, and prove to }ourwif their great value. SIURTU.VG. ULT T. UE one knew what a grand medicine Dr. King's New Li'c Pills is." JJ H. Turner, DempseytowD, "you'd sell all yeu have in a day. Two use has made a new mm of me. In- fallible lor constipation, stomach and liver troubles 25e at A. J. Go's, drug store. IOWA'S GREATEST DAILY NEWS- PAPER FOR ONLY FOR A YEAR The Ues JMotnea Daily Capital Again Makes Its Bargnin Day Offer- December 29, J902, the On Monday, December 29, the fifty- sixth anniversary of the idmbelon of Iowa into the unioo, the Oea Moinea Daily Capital can secured for for tne entire year of 1903, by mall only. The regulir price is f 3.90. Tbli u the Capital's dfthannual-'BARGAIN DAY" Present.subscribers can get tbe paper at tihis price by daying their preeeot ac- count aud remittiDg for the new year. Write your letter and mail your check, postal or onmey order for fS.OO on Dectm her 29 and send the lame to 1'oung, Des Moines, Iowa. If yon are already a subscriber, sead.tbe Capi- tal to your friends for a Christmas prea- ent. The Capital is a superb metropoli- tan evening newspaper, publishing iuii isnoeu wire report tn toe aMociatni Press furnish ing all tbe news of and the world. Its market reports are unexcelled. It is printak ia two colon on the (iuest press in Iowa. Excellent mail facilities make it within the reach of every botre in the state. In 1903 the Dnilv CHpitsl continue to be the greatest newspaper in the Re- member the diys after Cbrlsttnse, two befoie New Yearp. Old People Their Mr. Francis Little of Ben too Unrbor, Mich., is over eighty years of age. 1SB5 he bus been troubled more or wi'h indigestiun acd constipation and iins tried nlrnost everythingm use for those ailments List August he began UMIIL' Chamberlain's Stomach and Lirer Tab'ets WBS soon fieling much bet- ter. 1 a u recent Istter he sayd. "I used three IKDXBS of the Tablata and now tiiink I nm well." These Tablets Improve Hie appetite invlgornte tbe atoinaeb, liver bovAels. For sale by A.J. Aepar it Co. ROAD NOTICE. ite of Iowa Ployd County, H. OSLv of the County Auditor, Xov.lith, To nil whom it may Concern: The Commissioner appointed to vacate a highway, commencing eighty rods eat I of the west qutrter post of section thir- ty four township ninety-four (941, ranfjo seventeen In said County, and i unning thence west to the weal- q'Kirter-post of said section, iinil running thence south, on between eectloM tlnrty-thrt-e and tbirty-four, to the cono- line, along landa owned by Charles Gales, Jr. and J. b. Merfeld, aa ihown _ .h3 otlice reported in favor of and Bll objactions thereto, T claims for dnmiges must be filed ID the Auditr.r'a oflice. in saiJ County, on or before noon of the first day of February, 1003, or such highway will be vacated without reference thereto. 17 A4 G. H. FAWCF.TT, County Auditor. ROAD NOTICE, State of Iowa, Floyd County, H. Office of HIM County Auditor, November 17th, 1902. To nil whom it may Concern: The Commissioner tppoloted to Jo- cite a highway, commencing eirfhtj rods west ot the wwt quarter poet of section thirty-four township nioetj foor range Berenteen (17) in aaid County, and running thence south hundred Rnd sixty to tbe roontj Lap, owoej J. V. F. L Bowman, aa shown bj trinsfer book? in the auditor1! offiet h rerortod in favor of und a1! obj-ctioos thereto or eUiox for tiled In the Atiditor'a ollice. in couotv, oo or before n f th- first diy nf Febrnnry, 1903, -uch highway w-.ll bs with- FAWCETT, Coant.y Auditor. C
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