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   Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1891, Marble Rock, Iowa                               VOL.. 16 NO. 29 MARBLE SOCK, FLOYD COUNT Y.IOWA FEB. 19. 1S91. TEEMS: 81.50 YEAK Tl This Machine Is Flas 96 cents, Wheat, 00 to 75 cents, Gates, 3S 10 40 Corn, HO to 87 Hogs, to with i past week F. Willie, THE "MAaCOTTC." Elsctioa, Mareh 2nd, 1S9I. Aha Long wa' IE towu last ircek. Ed. Ciark and wife aro visiting in tews. Kev. DeVo! preached at (Jreane lait Sunday. It, was quite sloppy last Saturday under foot. Mr. Croffotd, of Rockwell, Sunday- ed in tout.. H. Losce returned Monday from b.is innteota trip. Willie Aibno, of Kockford, was in i town Saturdav. o' h.luia, was 1 goin" to compel us to relstivos 2nd friends the diriy, jlagnant. oilttintel She returned to Elma water during ti e Vt'orld'c Fair? If so wt bad belter order owr coffins and i It for tbe faruen feet bcforo TCa Sct Sid i ri'-ee -.3 bitch their teitaj Sit-' sboard ''p" for ?reit i urday oa'aco.ant of there' beiug such h i crowd ia town. vf jrry Advocate j We wish Ui say to tha public that j the Cbnstun Church is entirely out of debt, and we wish to thank those that I in this work. T3y Coin. Teachers Association at Nora Springs J. F. Nora Sprinss Ptott, of M-irble Rock, ejaie up Tues- day to Tisit her dssghter, Mn. Paddleford.....Rer. DCVol now nhat it is to "act there" doable quick, for we know he tried it San- RE-DEDICATION! j ANOTHER! Lot of Crackers 7 day on Mr, 21st, A Kood program prepared, i ,he end 0? Co., Supt. he Outchicson'fl stairs Birncj and son, and wife, and Mr-., of Greene, attended S. Walster Son, HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, HARNESS'S, WHIPS, ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS, ETC. I the re-dedication of the M. J. Lydic and lady, of Greene, were j at this place Sunday. in town Sunday. See change in Davis read locals. B. J. OikM wai a Church, ml r> ,i, TJ i lie loiiowinir irom liowetl a i rint- crs lak" is aboat right. When yoj Of The Marble Rock Church. Tht Methodi-t people of our eitj held a very enthusiastic oieeLng last SuuJay. beia.; the re-opening of j tbeir cuurcb, which has been under re-, -r 1111 11 pairs since about the 15th of December.! j USt rCCClVCd and Will bt SOlQ at pHCCS 1 L> kittoringhgof tbe bell. PURCHASER. people began pouring in by 11 o'clock tbs spacious auditorium, tcatry and were completely packed, at j which tiuie tho serrices opened by ibe aQDOuaciuisnt of that I "Come Ye Loro "ie templet aiid let your jwys be ishich j was Td'y by choir 11' E At stock ot Staple t WE Fancy Groceries j want to know about any business house ouUidi of tho largo cities, wriie to the Phono-; local newspaper If the firm u of any and congregation, followed by pr.iver I by Kev Taylor, of Greene. Scripture IcMon was then read by Pxrtor H j loilowed by a very fine div wtini Butter ami DAVIS BRO'S. EH of any course bj tfev. J. H. Hayward, of .vertisowntt Sheffield, from Habakkuk 3rd Chapter Elder Fleming ii ho i AU week. Win. Crabtrte has been building a barn for R REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE.! J stretti laat Saturday. MM A. Rookford, was in town Monday. Say! Sewton J. how do TOU. like Primary punuhment? Sam-Rex will Save you money by FreoiJ h" Ti5itins ia town Heard ia the Jobn Sherman, of Spencer, rimed in town the past lew days. Miss Mirtle Clark liai gone to Clear Lake for an extended visit. Barry Bedell, of Ohipin, Sundayed with hii folks north ol town. Wo see by the Eockwcll Bro's ad andigrapi, that town ia troubled with account you will 6od u? ad the Light finger." Get snt in the home paper. A man to be popu- j 10Q 2nd verse, -0 Lord, I have heard j lar abroad ruuit be resnet-tsd at hntif :Ly B' And a man who does not advertise his rcTjye Bort buaioess auaong liii neighbors not to receive much attention any- Hora Springs the Police Bro. McKwen. reTival LOOKHERE on him. He sells good flour, Buck-wheat flour, Graham, Corn Meal and Wasec.i flour, also will Insure you in the Phoenix of Hart- ford and State Companies. City Finwt Calnnet Photoi can tie my Gallery for perdece It began? to look as if Sbui doomod to go up in smoke. Mrs. VanMysrs and Master Vicfcirs Suudxycd al Roctfortl. B'irC Tree, of Minnesota, Gl'OUpS a speci- bis been risitiug IT tLiis ricinitj. CoDie one Forest Roscakrdtis has gone to Sot what L. Freeiand, of Koeti'ord. I has tc about pioture rceks. He ia in poor health and hopes to re invigorate liim- in the tropic airs ef tho Gulf. We trust ho will succeed in his quest Ii. Waller has '.old bia farm iu Scot! township, to David Krieker, of Butte, Mon., and we understand will make this city hirf future home. Mr Briefer has been In tiio mining busi- ness for nianj" jenra, an 1 jilfo has ei- peruucn'ed muth iii stock raising to wlucd hid ass? purchase bo de- voted in large In fact I country __ ilawn ami wife, arc city work and getting; over a boj at thch Uowe. Kovkt'ord, niiOliHo Ud LUdL tliQ I MtH at this was never in a uiora j prosperous coAtHiaa, that h ia i uitnor't unpnfcsible to supply the da- j ef his cuiloiii.'rs. j "ff OPENER. j Ohari" rinLinaon ami Jiiu Miner, vrcrs ia town lust Sat; R. C. Of ISoclcford., Keeps one of the BEST, as as one of the CHEAPEST, Grocery Stores to be found in Northern Iowa. He will sell you I4lbs.of Granulated Sugar for Vinegar, the choicest at 25 cents per gallon. Kerosene at 12 and IS cts, pereal, CHEESE 10 CENTS PER POUND. And all other goods in proportion, me a call. R. C. MATHEWS, Rockford, Iowa. R. RAMSEY, of md dealer in Sash, Doors, Window and Door Doors, Window Screens, Brack- ets, Ballusters and Newell Posts. of all kinds. Thcrt Tfas a crowd in atUn- danee at dedication exetcises Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jay. Smith of Garnar, arc tho happy parents of a ten poand boy. Oar rsporter failed to report I of Mu3 Edith As per last week. Gottlieb Khiefflj, of Garner, been visiting IB toff a the past two WQSts. Rev. Haywird, of Sbaffield, delirer- ed thi dedication address at tbis placs Sunday. Her. Taylor, of Grtene, helped in the re dedication erercUes at this plarc last Sunday. T- U- Bowman and Adam YerricK have been visiting in i'ostvilie j the past week. Some of our citizens ruihed the 30n a little bit list Uaturdajr bj vare- inrr straw Gurtiu waa Fndaj. Frcu Muoro trns p.bscnt luesday. Ev-i fjfuiifig was absent Friday. Mary Miller the Chicken pox. Lena Claik is ars-nt from school. CasRie Smith is able to at school. Alaitieaml D1U Smith treio absent pupils of Miss Ediih Asper's Tuesdl'J- room will givo a Uub web Sociabla j f'lorr a in Feb. js the time for our P T of Be Fssk I nday with hn furmer towosai.m, D Tel ford, and fauiilr. City ilepablican There will be preachins at the hnstiaa Cburch next Sandajr at 11 a. people who Uavc never ute cob TTcbs to and get, a tush. Mr. Alrah Lonj; and Miss Virgle were united in marriago Wed- nesday, Feb. 11, at 1-2 TO., Her. A. B Shrader beiag the ofSciattnp clcrgy- meD, Thsy will make their future home in where they go at Baj.ids Republican, SEW EXGLi.VJ> SUPPEU The Aid Society of the Church will serre a hot tupper at 51133 Kdith Asper is again able to be in her place, Menza Hubbard able to attend school again Sadie Vorbes wai absent Monday and Tueiduy, SpeakmR ia the iMranry room Fri- day afternoon. Churlie is abmDt from school on account of sickness. Frank Porter a visitor of the Grammar department Friday. midst of the jears, in the imddt of the years mako known; in wrath retnambep after which ha procteded to raise the ballanei ot which amounk- ed to BomttUing orar after raia- 102; a portion of the amount the congre traa didiuiaied until i o'clock, at I that hocr the house wss again well fill- ed and Ret. Hay ward proceeded and raisod the full amount to liquidate the debt. The choir then sang a lovely duec and qhorus, "Ilaiso me Jesus to thy after which :ho Sacrament the Lords Supptr wae adaiiinstered} to a Urge number of communicants liar- iuj wbich time such a perfect xtilloesa that none could heJp1 feeling tbe ao'ctunity of the occasion and the words of the bleised Savior, when be said, j "As oft as }tm do this do it in re men- I braticc of Immediately after iu a rery befitting mamier, Kev, Hiyvratd I dedicated the church to Almighty j free from all iod-jbfedncas, which wai a aatise of rejoicing as was ojiuifeat- ed by the audience A abort conseora- j Uotj wna then hold in which ihc j coQimumrants coi.seorated themsalvca j anew to Gol and to his service. Thu choir then a beautiful Anthem, "Ve all be which closed tho days work. We would not forget just hero to make specul men- tion of tho choir, who ret. dared such I Aia.iuiu ajruce uunug the wttctingt, Mrs. B. OAks, regular organist; Mrs. Dr. Birney, of Mr; (J. Giles aad Mias U inuie Marfin, Mii-j Emma Boono, nlto; Mr. J. Sherman, of Spencer, and Mr. II bass; Mr. B. J. tenor. While all the ding- ing was exccllcut and attractive to the car, }et wo luul th.tt special mentioQ should be made oJ the beautiful duet and chorua, "liaise ms Jesus to thy sung by Mtt Uirncy, Miss Uotinfl, J. bheruao iind B. J. Oaks, Though tho siugyr, we will not forces tho socg O.HI WHO ATTKMDHD. TCH NEXTWEEK Moori's Taoaot store building Saturday Tho Intermediate! has their room Feb. lilst. Supper ready at 5 o'clock. Chicken pie. baked brown bread etc, for 25 cents. Yuang paople especmiiy invited Mr. and Mrs. Olircr Thajcr ars perhaps the oldest married coupio in j tins iiaviag been .uurned nnprored bj loioe new curtains. The Primary room will give a in the near future Further will be given. On acciant of the fixing up of tbe Primary room, there were ny schyol in iLairoom last Mon-Jay. Administrator's Notice. PUIH.W NOTICE is IIEREIIT oivss. Tnat the undersigned Kis thia been appointed and coTnniis-i'jnyii the District Court of County, in tbe State of Iowa, Administrator of the' Kitjte ol Lucy Inmati decsased: and all persons hanny claims laid eunte are hereby nolifisd to file tlieoi wiih the Clerk of said Court, clearly stated jnd duly jiforo to, within lesal t'laie. preparatory to iheir being allowed or alt persona owing said estate are requested to m.ike im- mcdiaie pdjincnt to the undersigned, and avoid costs. ijititid at iMxrule j't'oct, Iowa, thit 13th daj of February. A. D. 1S01. L. J. I.SMAS, Adraiuintijtor. We rise tx> in Staple and Fancy Groseries or panned, Flour andProvUious, Cruck- err, Glassware, Cigars and Tobacco We Keep the Best. We especially invite fanners to come in and ex- "li.iiijie their Butter and Eggs We Defy Competition in and Price. I. G. F. Bro Amoi Ingalla ttnd father, of the Greene Recorder, wai in town lait Friday on busioesi. jests ago the 14th. day oi this roontb, j Anna Maiwull is able to attend thej born in York and came sclio-it She has bcco absent Ijr to Uourity, 111., when Chicago souie tiaio on acuuuut of sicltiesi. KoiBBCD 1'ASsr. Iln planes at the contenu of i FRTBVp was not a verj large town. Thej casue here absut three ycurs am! are i livinf; in a bouic by themsdvei on U. j- M T p iT. are 7o year-old Dl'OS Mr A. M. of Th m of Mn_ M niest o! McDonneil'a I M.. rT I Vi'c received S ralen.iines at i office. Who can beat it? It waaan't j nnch of a dij for photos either. j gold ring with J. K fing'aTefi on it. Finder please Isave j at this oSce and rawirsl. i Ilaxii RamsaY h5 is going Vo I Thorton to-day to iuperintend the erection of 3 small abed mansion. Election Notice- The dance to haye been given at the I Opera House, on FrMaj night, has bten until iur.hc- rjouce. Mrs. K. C Tift, of Marble Rock, i htr sister it H. the first of vhia 1 and j Oltmoas, of Rockford, are the gossts Mr and -Mrs S. H. this week. Annual Election of the of Marble Hock will bo held at Marble I Rook Of.era Hoaie. Mond.iy, Jlarch ii, wil! open at 9 o'cloci A. 11. st (i o'clock 1' M. The i following corporation ofScfrs an to be: elected: .Major. Uecorder. Treisarer- to fill !aad Loiuous. Her Crcara for March iriii prote that it dcserrci the litlp The new Fasliijrt plate it an immense improvement on the old j stylft one xnd will he a to all tin The openine article, I in India." 13 adinirabl" ed and written by one who had of the infurma't-jn hicll flu! or. '_ t'a- Shoe VT. Dlackbnrn i DEALERS IS Q-oods, iui' Ul'ali %_l r- -J JDavis Bru'o. j'HartP, u an tnienselj- lale i a t'jnadian Mibi Ali-e O., lUH Buwman's icrial, -Thu .Vjsterv oi! at Davis Bro's. Bulce bc-in. v Quian of 6 trown Lwj H Hjopsr. a-ache, h.ippv i.ith to the evening of the 2 AllV il.'lVOr. efioctivo The short, 8ach mjnih. Uro'd ar- Ahue I Knell's "Taie of an 0 J We have- tlie Cs'tl.'ir FalH "crrcs spaoi.i! meniinn." "The We keep limi'l a full supply of Luillfo Furnish- ing Goods of tbe latest st> lex ami newest 'Ve i-iivita Lim puuiiij tvj our goods iind prices. i-t in oSrice at Uftciff-rJ iroin ths .nd at fj.'cene the iid to tV.e US'th of audu i de-! Flour aii-1 u'uar.intof i'. to bt; to goo.l as aur. Da% is loi GATES. Recordtr. Morses. hoacl for Sale. of all -2 and s i f id "A faze o' French is; Trv SOlUt' of OUT Old Gov- mjii instructive The lenunwit Java Coili-u ouco fajhinoj Itiepartroents cou-ld not be I I more Two Dolbrs a Davis. Uln's. MAO.V-' 'i- i (-1 ZIXE 3C'G Ciira'.nus Cor- I fees in don.t look any j ;farther; tbeiu. I Davi.- Bro's. i YOU 111 For tbe tot Intents and Children. (VMwtx family ...ia. ju. t.'. as from Mr A McDoaneii 1 good X ofts i A 'and t of Trunks j at c'.nrz to .-a   

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