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Roland Record (Newspaper) - July 29, 1903, Roland, Iowa STORY JULY 29 OSE DOLEAK EVERY J IOWA l0 llBcoifn pur your If pair In nd Otherwise will In it the IustOffluo in Eohiird us mull Advertising ratios on aiidldiifrps announconioMt AdvertsltigrBut iiui i Ico of oir en a iniiHin f M ii i ririd or M monti fjcpir liiiCOiieh linn of i l admission t ijun cltih will amPnl iinblic irmiiiirlcd for ruvnuio inn In he as else 1 ask lor the lions merely free existence under the general laws applied to all French and in com menting on WaldeckRoussoaus pica moral unity Prance he added Who has labored more than I for it Havo I not energetically counseled Catholics to cease all couUicfc against the institutions which the country has freely chosen and to which it remains attached Have I not urged Catholics to serve the republic instead of combating it I have warm resistance among them but botievo that their prosout arises from their very lack of union and iheir deference to my The republican gov eminent fit least kllOWS 111 Willlt degree my authority has bawri nn on AU Mrdis iidwrj effective about tistnitjnts ho 1urniSKd by noon on iht tiny prucufllng lay GIVEiis anything but the Clcvclaucl third form Wo are getting just a little tired oi ciw be you public peace and moral unity which is proclaimed at the very when it is seriously It more than once If tho pontifical authority huTnot bjjuable en tirely to tho union so desired I at least hava and do not get over Oats I spared no effort for is but your health is worth A thru the country would almost convince one that this is a manufacturing but it is only steam threshers ultho many of The followinginteresting sketch of Leo XIII is taken from the Chicago Record Herald The death of Leo is an event of world wide interest and which appeals not only to the millions who belong tothe great church of wlrch he was Ihe but to other mil lions who have been impressed He had in fact done his utmost to inlluenco the clergy to accept the as elso it was his wish to live at amity with the government and the people and not to dictate to When ho opposed a state policy it was because he thot some right of the Catholic population was in jeopardy and then he was their unswerving French he will know that their father does rot abandon that he suffers with them in their and that he en courages their generous efforts for right and They are by bis exceptionally high gifts i well awaro that the pope has of mind and his superb and the wonderful vitality which enabled him to exercise hispowers un for almost a quarter of a century beyond mans allot ted time on to ex hibit at last a surprising endur ance in defiance both of age and If it were possible to dissociate him from his office ho would still appear as a man of extra ordinary a finished scholar and a whose intel lectual attainments were suffici ent to distinguish him ii any cotnpany or But his pontifical career rather served to concentrate attention upon his practical his devotionto his cause and his indomitable strength of It will never be forgotten that while he rivaled Gladstone in his intellectual sympathies he greah contemporaries only to male Bismarck himself bow beconfirm his right to tho title of f rj him after long and stub Ha was great among born At tho sani3 time there went unceasingly labored intheir be half and for the adapt ing the means to the utility of the The pilot is the judge of the maneuver at the one moment beseems to bo tack ing bwforo the tempest atanoth er he is bound to sail full against But his aim is ever to make the Thesequotations reveal his political programme with a per fect They indicate also his marvelous vigor at the age of He was not crushed by immense respon sibilities and severe and with his political acumen ho combined the broadest human interest anil a rare The years which increased the reverence that was felt for and made him toward tho end a touching brot him into tomparsiou with a succession of with all this persistency of pur pose a wise and admirable mode This was shown ia liis attitude toward France after the and is truly called one of the greatest of the Special Summer Excursion Kates lu the Tho Iowa Central Railway an nouncethe following special stiin controvrersy arose over the as mer eecursion Juno 1st to Bociatious If tho religious j September 30th 1903 Rjlrtul orders have been defealad to the following points andreturn iliat controversy the defeat Cblbtado and bjQ to his Salt Lake Utah ann correspondingly low rates to Lead Hot Spring and Cnster Many advan tages me offered in the way of Kiverae Routes going and return and For call on any Iowa Cen tral or address G P T Minn Grocery Fresh Grocery Queensware Big Chief and Pillsburys Best Notion Of Application For Permit To Sell InloxiaiMng j To WHOM IT MAY COKCEUN Notice is horuby glvon that Dio uppllcut Ion of tlio undersigned arc tfistctert business imclov firm naino of Tho Uolaiul DIUK GJ of Kohuul la county of suite of prnying Ior a fo koop ind soil llijtiors In Uio county of of will bo on tlio in the i oiilcooC of tho district court of munly on or before the day of August mid causa will conio on fcirhParluB in tho siilil court at tlio August UTW of lo bo begun and holil at vula ou 21 day of August Hornos ethers Oneway rato two dollara aclditibunl for round trip tickets on sale thefirst anil third Tues days of with limit for return twenty oae days from date of Sue ticket agents of lora Oeniral for information as to or address G P t T Earm Lands If yon are looking for a home or ivn do not forget that the best farm lands in the Northwest are along the line of of The Minnoiipolia Louis where crop failures are un Good good good people Farm values are rising rapidly and the time to buy is Low excursion rated from points ou the Iqwa Central and Minnea polis Louis if you wish to For pur and St Cholera This lins long been regarded as one of the most cnngerous and fnial diseases to which infants are It can bo how when propeily All that is uecesiiary is to give Cbain ains Cholera and rboen Benieily nncl castoo as liiccfctd wilh each and1 a cure is For sale by Eo land Drug Special Onu Way Uolonist On tiio first find third Tuesdays of each month to and including 1003t the Iowa Cen tral By will sell colonist tickets o points in Southwest Ne Texas New at ex ttetuely low Call on local agents or address A B G P T for rates and furtLer iutormation To and On August 1 to the Iowa Control Ity sells excurs ion tickets Saal le and Vicioria and nt the ex Ire in el y low rate of for the round trip tickets limited for re turn 1903 allowed in both directous and passenpjers have privilege gp ing one vonle and retaining Heo agentsfor faivther information or BOuttd i P T HKN F CAPITAL SURPLUS s general Banking Prompt attention i all Foreign exchange bought and We are agents for choice Iowa and Northwestonv iven tof i Residence ad Hospital of Ritlgling and Ruptured Horses a Heifers Spayed and Cattle Vaccine always on hand acd cando your work on short Guarantee to Jaw in Aretheir teeth in proper No charge for1 Bring your horses totus hospital at Cclb or livery barn ac Will be in Roland everta Monday write or telephone Vuluunblo Time I injuries often disable a man rnd eause several days loss of time and when blood poison sometimes result in the loss of a hand or a Ctiain berlnins Pain Balm is an antisep tic When applied to and bvirus it causes them to heal qrainkly and uiaf and prevents clanger oi bloodi For sulo by ttohinil Drug The Ues Moiues liftihvtvy will have a fonrmvuiito1 ser vice to ant1 from tho state fair at the time the fair this The HockIsland rail way will have a tenminute ser vice during the day und will trains back o the city ulster the evening Division Superintendent Smally gives as surance that there will be no doubt of Ibis service and that all fnir visitorscan tlopend This jietr there will bo no neces sity for back tofche city for luck transportation Kexluoodi Lako In July ami Saturday there after until tlio Centiuil will sell special roand trip fxeunsion ticketsto veny low limit ed to iietum following See youu local ticket agent ittutkflt i Music for the IowaState Ptiiv will be provided by Ifeeds Fourthv Pvegiment band Sioux Cityou6 the finest musical organisations in the Ini to lliia laud the girls from the state institution at Mitchellvillei will be present with tho of the of A rataof onofare for tlio rounds tiip at tho fcimeoi August 21 to gmntedl by the esteruFiiaseugflii good overall in tr3 The rarea will tlie day before the of or August 20 NisJit Was Hen 1 would cougli nearly all M Apple and could hardly any sleep I had consumption sobad if walketl a blouk I cougln firightfiirlly spit when nil other medicines three baiHles of liinga New mo an d I gained Itai to ctirj toughs La Gaippei Bron ckites and Lung Piice oOeaiul 00 Trial ee at ilk1 man son dcug tor sour RlpaasTabules ura bad
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