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   Rock Valley Register (Newspaper) - August 24, 1894, Rock Valley, Iowa                                Wartt to Buy or Sell or Other Property ADVERTISE It through the Columns of THE IF Is Dull Then Think What Oth ers Have Done hy i ROCK SIOUX FRIDAY AUGUST THE BY THE ROOK VALLEY PUBLISHING IC Published Fridays at per When paid in Advertising rates made known on complete Job Printing and fine printing a Milwaukee Passenger for Milwaukee and Chicago daily except p m Passenger tor Chicago and intermediate points daily except Sunday a m OOINO Passenger for Sioux Sioux Mitchell and Chamberlain daily except Sunday p m Passenger for Canton and Mitchell daily except m 1 GOING I JOINO I The refrigerator oar leaves east Tuesdays Sioux City ROING SOUTHAT i m GOING m m Cedar Rapids Northern GOIN0 HOOK Passenger m Freight m GOING Passenger All trains in the Catnolio Church on holy days and every Sunday at fland 11 FATHKB on morning and Sunday School at usual A cordial invitation is JOHN THE FARMERS of ioWa5 Transact n Gepql Bonking joans money on Real Estate and Personal Securities las carefully Selected First Mortgages for Sale Juys and Sells Foreign and Domestic Exchange ire Agents for the Best Line of Steamships GKves Special attention to Collections 3ays Interest on Time Deposits Collects Taxes Writes INSURANCE against WINDSTORMS and HAIL in the fol oiuiiig named Companies YEAH CAPITAL ORGANIZED etna 1819 Continental New 1852 Detroit Fire Marine 1866 German American New 1872 nsurance Company of 1792 London Globe 1830 Manchester Fire 1824 National Fire 1871 Phenix 1853 pringfield Fire Marine 1849 In fact we do everything pertaining to elling and leasing real estate and have au abundance of money to oan on approved Call on or address every Sunday at 11 and Classmeeting after morning Sunday School at 10 oclock Prayer meeting on Wednesday UNITED every Sunday in the Church at oclock and oclock Sunday Srnool at 12 oclock Prayer every Wednesday SOCIETIES Monday evenings in Odd Fellows ot and ROCK VALLEY Meets Saturday evenings at Visiting brothers ROOK VALLEY first and third Tuesday eve nings in each day on or before the foil of the moon in each PILGRIM Hegnlar communications Thursda HILDHENBHOME The local board Book Valley will bo glad to aid in securing homes for homeless and will also aid those wishing to adopt a child in ob taining one through the BUSINESS Physician and ROOK Office at ball fire east of Mitchell SUrgcoij BOCK Office first door north of State dence first house east of Presbyterian Physician and Calls attended to at all gyOffice over Eeynolds drug Kesidence two blocks north of the Catholic 1st door BOCK sfAttorneyatLaw AND COLLEOXIKO AOENT Van iu all the slate and federa rt Office in Court OBANGE IOWA t HUTCHINSON REINIGER Attorney Rook Vjalley and Hawardeni la in all the courts of lows ane iVBouth Business promptly attended to Abstracts of Title NOTARY OSANGE take charge of any matter before th of or look up anything in th Charges CoUe OTHER Items oi Interest Gathered Our Will Mulhall3 Drugs and NO BOGUS BUT POSITIVE IS TIIIO TO BUY SUPPLIES Prescriptions Carefully Everything is f We your trade on Clean and and will please A Fall Lire MCLEAN Starts DEALERS IN H ARJDWARB FARM M AOHINBRY Our Shop is in charge of an experienced and all work in thi line promptly and satisfactorily THE PEACE Sale by f Doon Lac onlcs John Bentley is Merchants report trade picking Hulett was in Doon on Mon Guests are numerous at the Bon nie Creglow and wife are in lock Rapids Barrett js suffering rom a sore Curtis has been appointed leputy city The Press folks are advertising a adys bicycle for sale at a McGowan is having the foundation laid for a dwelling Will Van Dueu has bought the old Ford dwelling and will build an the village is the proud father of a oy Henry Peters of Hawarden is in Doon this week looking after his nterests Moore has removed to Valley Springs where he intends to reside Billy Mathews has bought the material fora dwelling house and will begin work The democrats meet in county convention when the winning ticket will be Frank Northway and Miss Anna both of were mar ried at Orange City today so it is Grain is coming in quite Doon buyers are offering 40 cents for 37 for barley and 30 for Quite a number of Doons gentry went to Sioux City Sunday to take in the ball games there Sioux City Bowers has bought out the Kleispies Duncan warehouse and stock of George is a popular fellow and makes a success of whatever he Bowers has traded lands for the Pen man stock of general merchandise at Rock He now carries merchandise to the amount of Joseph Duffy was before Justice Hartson Monday charged with as with intent to commit mur der on Mike who lodged the did ntt appea and the accused from the custody of the Pat Daugherty to be very ill at fears are en tertained tflat he will He is being kidney trouble and last Monday it was necessary to perform the third moving a Montgomery has run up against some pretty hard luck lately Last week Old a faithfu and the next day hi best girl ran off and married anoth er Such incidents as these are apt to discourage the bravest o In their nominations of county officers the republicans of Lyon county did not go outside of the old the nominee for was a member of th board of supervisors in the 70s anc helped to float the bogus bonds which ran into now helc largely by wagearners manufac ing centers of the who though it a safe He is a nici specimen of an unwashed rascal ti ask for the suffrage of our people Sioux Valley Two more new business houses are now under course of construe tion m the new town of Sioux Val One holder of Sioux Valley prop erty turned his interest and inadi 50 per on the investment in i weeks J Minton and Martin of Doon were among a party who investec in property here this The old town of Fairview across the way is the only town in these parts in which not a drop of water be drawn from mother earth They all come to the Iowa side to get that much needed The soupdi of then saw and ham iqev ey are music to the ears of the armers They will aow be assured of a good grain narket as well as obtaining all the lecessaries of life within its The harvest picnic which will be leld here next month will have an xcellent grove which will give an of The trees are rery large and the undergrowth has een thus affording ample esting place for Pat Fitzgerald and Barney Woods lave finished laying the foundation or the new hotel and bank building at Sioux It will be pushed to completion as a large army of carpenters are at work on he Sioux Falls Press Deputy Juited States Marshal Wade pre ented Russell of Iowa to iommissiouer Lyon Rus ell is charged with wholesaling iquorwithout a government ie has a liquor shop on the Iowa side of the line opposite Fairview it is has been smug gling whisky over into this The case was continued for ten days and the prisoner held in the sum of Inwood McLean visited in In wood oyev Lou Brande from Chicago is visiting relatives Lewis little girl was very sick last Monday The Presbyterian church is re viving some needed Winifred Braude has been sick with tonsilitis this Misses Stella Dodds and Gracia Cocroft are visiting here this The will giye a Ishpond social at the home of Barthell this Walter Brande returned Sat The was accompanied by ier mother and younger We regret that we have to nem tiou the fact that DeCelle and family will move to Hull next A merry party of young people gathered at Ladds Tuesday evening and spent a few pleasant The occasion being Will Ladds Bailey State Syn odical Missionary was here Satur day evening and held a meeting of the congregation of the Presby terian church at which Robin sou was elected Bailey preached an excellent sermon Sun day Perkins Anderson and George llosi took a trip to the new town of Sioux Valley on Little Ozro Gardener while playing on a hayrack fell and sprained his arm quite Will Mulhall and Butler were in town one day last Peters toak a trip to Lester ana Sioux City one day last who lives a quarter of a mile from Is smiling over the ar rival of a baby girl at his Miss Myrtle Perry of Boydenls visit ing with George Harry Miller aud children o are here visiting with Mrs Henry claim agent for the S was here one day last week looking after railroad Sawyers Lee or better known around here as grand father died very suddenly at hi daughters house on 19 The cause of his death was old he being in his 87th The Democrats Nominate Him S by The democratic congressional onvention met at Letnars Wednes lay at 2 oclock and was called to rcler by Boies of Sheldon was call to the chair and Vill Wells was made temporary organization was ade The credential committee report el all counties represented and en itled to Quick of Sioux City placed n nomination Bearnard Graeser Battle Creek who was nominated y The nominee is a farmer and 3wns a section of land in Ida couu He was a member of the Twentythird general The platform adopted is as fol ows the democrats of the Eleventh ongressional clistriBfrwi the state of in clellegate convention assem herebv pledged anew our devo ion to the principles of Jeffersonian democracy and heartily indorse the adopted by the democratic tate convention at Des Moinea on August We denounce as traitors to their iarty and the principles of hose members of the United States enate as corporation are levoting their talents to the protection jf combines and aggregated vealth aud who are placing their per onal interests in opposition to the vill of the people as expressed by their Ballots at the general election of We place anew our adherence to the reat cause of reform in We pprove of the income tax feature of he Wilson and we favor the house pecial bills for the placing of coal and barbed wire on the free The county committeemen ap joiuted Buena A Fake Worked Sheldon Mail A Sioux City banl is suing the Western Union tele graph company to recover that was lost very singularly Sometime iri June this bank alleges that it received an order from th bank ab of whicl formerly of Shel is to express it in The money was sent The Jackson bank claims not t have sent the and deniei receiving the The tele graph and express agent at Jackson had forged the telegram aud when the money arrived made off with it The victimized bank therefore seek to hold the telegraph company res ponsible for the fraudulent act o its absconding Free Free Free The Hopkins Jfcferry J will give best entertain trrtn oni nirarl GRABSEB A Clever Sheldon Mail an allaround tough who has been at work all this season for George skipped a few days Be fore going he presented a check for to which he had forged Klocks name to the Sheldon but Miss who was alone on duty in the bank at the declined to cash Hendrickson then got two forged cashed by Ay res and and worked one at Starrett Hen drickson has served one term in the penitentiary for An effort will be made to catch the O It Will be a Hawarden Independent A new town has been started in Sioux coun oppositeVthe old town of Fair in by Will Mulhall of Rock The new town will be known as Sioux Valley and it is having quite a little About 100 lots have already been sold and a blacksmith shop and other business enterprises have al ready began to locate Suc cess to our new neighbor in north ern Condemns Five hundred veterinary surgeons have signed a paper condemning the use of tight check reins on They state it is not only painful to the but positively injures the effects keen superindu1 ces throat and during the season when flies are is a cru elty to animals which ought not to be Were Doon Press Henry ICuhrts meat market was robbed Tuesday nighk The burglar or burglars effected entrance by cutting the screen door at the The till was broken and the small change in it A few misguided democrats have but unsuccess to establish some relation between this robbery and the repub lican caucus Tuesday A Heart of Doon Press who owns half a township of iii Guthrie and Audubon com has remitted the rent of Ms tens this yearon accbunt of Bijjgrees land is aqtf i   

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