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Sioux County Bee And Rock Valley Register (Newspaper) - September 10, 1897, Rock Valley, Iowa H 1 e a z John MS t AND ROCK VMffiSY ROCK E SCHOOL DAYS ARE HERE t The Boy or Girl Need New Pair of Shoes We Have The Shoes at Prices That Are High If You Insider Quality v The Best i A LARGER t ti 5 poors A SHOES GENERAL The are cities nail here among tbeae the that that overwhelms thine and clearly heard pie of toB brook aua ax that dUtent bay or cawing filled with quietWe theM fleldal t off Is heard the tteMJntri jrJolothed llfsl low tranquil BQemytttat Oeadl te time and nature aie at strife be only atrife thA hgra is sen atesr deoaj haa tinffd with grar nature touched with l 1 f ger huhg withgarlands Then fondly dost retain as C All good old pastimes of the land jiVnwUlinv to as to all the world Ajdage seclusion dost thou A deep and mossy PAcross the moon far I have I Intent upon a glowing And here the first time round me i as in a hy name 2 know not nor would fo common name would I be UJet often shall I see thee tffflbon village quaint and Biohard Do ools have bur market iheriiiri is appreciated by all century ago there was not a library m the United irict court convenes in this rat Oranga City September been we lecorded an kept pretty busy to jthihgs in shape and get out the iper this leason Hirleman are making Sutherland Republican a good If 5 we had no we should takse so pleasure in dis of re been materially assisted in the mechanical depart improvement be a line in Rock Valley a the lijpermy and wife left Tues superintend ttfe threshing opportunity to neighbor when M WJfn8 fefWfe All knowledge is hurtful to him has not honesty and good na The Ladies Coring Band will go to Hull this afternoon to play at the evening session of the Womans Suffrage County We wish you would give THE BEE the credit when you copv an item concerning a tea party from our Sanhorn Splitt is being kept very busy these days to fill his many He works from early in Morris moved the type which was purchased from the former BEE outfit over to Boyden It will there be added to the Reporter this city Thursday at 4 an infant son of and Jerry aged 16 Funeral services will be held at the Catholic church tomorrow at 10 oclock All who desire to take up the wofk of the course season are invited to meet at the home of Skewis on next Monday Whether you are an old member or desire to become a new The Political Equality Associa tion of Sioux county will hold a county convention at Hull and one session will be held this evening at which very fine speakers of national repute will giye ad will have a rep at all sessions and next week we will publish a full report of all We promised Collins faith fully last week that we would mention the opening of schools and say to parents of children who have never before entered that they ought to send the little ones immediately so that all might start in the work But we forgot all about it and so men tion it One of the neatest school houses in Sioux county is the one which Crocoft has just completed in the Oakland Every part of the work of erection has seen performed1 right up to con tact in a conscientious and pains taking Cocrof t has built a good many sehool houses but none ever gave better satisfaction han this one in the Oakland dis Photographer D wight furnishes wo dozen photographs for twenty ive cents and1 does good work f have not already patronized Terwilliger of Rock Valley gave a tea last Thursday to thirty two ladies of her own and adjoining Nelson was in attendance from San It was a swell affair of mammoth propor is old soldiers day at the State All old sol diers will be admitted and if there is any from Sioux county who expect to attend should make application for tickets to County Auditor De Mots to whom the Fair officials have sent We would call attention to the announcement in our columns of the Hull Educational Its reputation for scholarship in the past has been very flattering but now as it comes once more under the management of its former prin we predict for it an increased and greater No parents will make a mistake who send their pu pils to this Will of has accepted a position in this office and will move his family here as soon as possible thus addipg anoth er family to our Dunn is a printer of eighteen years experience and our job under his charge will turn out work that will surpass most of the work that has ever been done in this town for excellence and beau Get acquainted with Dunn and you will find him an agree able He will ffe ready to represent THE BEE at all and all courtesies shown him will be ap preciated by the An alarm of fire always strikes terror to the ear and causes excite And when the bell rang Tuesday just before every man hurried to the fire house to lend a hand in pulling the engine and hook and ladder The fire had started at the residence of Carter in a small addition to the main part of the The gasoline stove is kept in this room and it was from gasoline spilled that the blaze The wind blowing from the side of the house opposite where the fire began and except for this fact and for the prompt action of Carter in closing all the the result would undoubtedly have been disastrous As it the damage was very Time enough for the whole property to to be ruined almost was saved in giving the alarm oyer Skewis private telephone line from his res idence door to to his hardware fcilk Jfc Q PURELY Thierens is clerking at Hotel McNeal of In was here Fred of was here of Alvord was in town Thierens was a visitor to Ha warden Miss Clara Benbow returned to Hospers from Le Mars Robert of was on our streets Finch went to Hartley Monday to see Miss Voegler went to Hul Wednesday to visit Jennie Coolidge was calling on friends Sunday Atwood was over from Beloit one day last of is as sistihg Agent Jacobs in the depot of was transacting business here and McCarty were at last Frank of was transacting business in town Montgomery and Sher man were over from er Monday George De Bok and chil of Des is visiting her genial and was here Friday evening representing The Sioux City Printing Huizenga got several pretty good snap shots of Indians and scenery while at Chamberlain last Susan Shipnian is expected o return from her visit to her old home in New York state next Vitzthiim went to Sioux 3ity Friday to visit Over 3e was accompanied Home by his wife on Pember returned to Spencer been isiting her our popular Rozell and moved iheir household goods over to Ireton on They will have charge of a hotel at that McCarty went to resterday morning itj has came over Saturday Uncle Jerry usuallv manages iirfflftke us a r visit just before everyboard Thayer returnedrfiftffji sfoux City She left Misf Verna much better and still im proving but will return to her daughter Miss Mary Solan writes us to send THE BEE to her at 2512 Nor mal Cedar She will atteritf the State Normal at that place the present aain in Chid probably have several and G ter Glenn and and Robeson departed yesterday new home at F Washv theb part tied labfeDodds andlCula the wedding of Si Ella at Wigger Monday for Tennessee which is her former On th way she will stop and take in th Centennial Gates who jbhe Sheldon Eagle and makes it such welcome visitor each week was calling on his Skew He also made a fra ternal call upon THE BEE REGIS Dentist Grout was here from Rock Rapids Tuesday and we had the pleasure of meeting him forthe first He informed us thai while he may come here occasion ally in the last Friday was his last regular Will accompanied by Miss Blanche came over from Hull Sunday While here they were calling upon Miss Lydia Klein left Friday to visit with her brother in Minnesota for a couple of after which he will accompany her to Wisconsin where they will both visit their an optician of was here Tuesday and We had the pleasure of meeting the gentleman and ound him to be an intelligent agreeable Misses Anna and Lizzie Foppe eft Tuesday for She Idon to visit a day with the Misses after which Miss Lizzie departed for Prairie du Chien where she will re sume her studies at Marys Col Miss Anna returned home next Little ceased to im prove from her illness last morning and began to grow wobe until became have ever oe deeply by their host of friends r John TedHandy effc Monday for work with be sed Smith wil old Home at has with us but a shor ot a year yet he has made many Mends who will deeply regret his John Smith is a good young man and he deserves to Our market report is A Good Foragood whitewash for your bedroom ceiling put a piece lime weighing about five granite pan or bucket pour on it a gallon of allow it to boil slack until the steaming take from this the liquid it in a wooden or granite and add sufficient water to make rather Add a small amoui of pure to give the proper color add a teaspoon of salt and half a teaspoonful This will givi you a perfectly white ceiling i you wish it colored add one of th colorings which you may purchase at any stating is to be used with Home M All accounts purchased of Van Wagenon have been left at the State Bank be Those watches given away as B premium with groceries and for cash can be duplicated at my ewelry store for t Rock Yalley 81
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