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   Steamboat Rock Echo (Newspaper) - August 12, 1897, Steamboat Rock, Iowa                                TO THE WELFARE AND INTERESTS THE PEOPLE OF STEAMBOAT ROOK AND AUGUST NUMBER HE THAT BUOWETH NOT HIS OWN VERILY Sl8 HORN SHALL NOT EDITED BY SPECJIAL DIRECTORY miKinc Mint hft V i of a hi he dei move i i he final occi 1 now ha rjd is rea tleto assc Wills and oral e iig he ha eps a ni QIFBCTIOIART Ill kinds tiled atte Jhe of f s co fiery of pest ste ffull h Mfiutner cream bargai tha jrope ess 3th the little led att goc BUSY AND BOOMING Our Citizens Find Much to Do and Talk TRADE AND CROP OUTLOOK GOOD Topics vftlio lAiyWhut llvo People arc BoliiSSonio of tlieifuturo Tnles of of Hose Sharpshair is very Maiks is very sick John DeGroft and family were town Zella Haley visited friends at Rob DeWeerdt conducted meetings at Frank Oartwright visited with his parents over A new boy blessed the home of Grant Sunday School report cards at THE HERALD office 1cent each 81 per Fred Hass and John Eilers attended meeting in Sunday Make No Common an jEldora here in our And ajto casthis lot with wie i S Wickham JS Marks THos E Gearluirt Jolin Klltrs H H Turner WCCnblu Mayor Recorder Council I and Cutler spent a short time inSteambflatKock last Tine Iloyt and Harry Campbell returned Saturday from their trip out Bakker aud Henry Luiken made a short business trip to laat The new blacksmith shop is nearly completed and will soon be ready for living east of town delivered a line lot of hogs to W Potgeter and family drove to Grundy to spend the day with Prindle left for Waterloo last where she was called by the ill ness of her A VanDorman and Henry Edick made a business trip to Abbot Wednesday Gelhorn has his restaurant sup with a piano and he is f urnishini istomers with music ThePlace to get the Best Meat for the Least Money Is at THE M A R K E SAM De BROWNS arid Burlier Leave bundles here for ELDOBA First class work CHAflPION Harvesters and PATTEE Hammock Cultivators Coal and Live Stock TURNER the tinner Got a little It was not very Sor was It little He put It in a pen dust back or the But piggy crawled out Like nny little John Ellers spied the lumberyard He caught Without Uo put It in Its pen Away from tear Up the street came the tinner Another pig in Oh piggy It did The tinner he did Sam De laan will tell the Jusc ask you please Tugging Up Walter I D W Turner E Jeo Green leaf AS Boot II Turner Mails south No north f N south Ho north BOARD OF president 1 ttaeus i Directors Peoretary Treasurer a m in p m p in STEAMBOAT First M preaching services every Doming or as announced from Sunday school every Sunday at 1eaffue every Sunday evening at 7 Fred morning or from to Sunday every Sunday at 1180 a in San services every Sunday at 3 Sumlaj Ht m JB HERMAN Har prpachlng services tt Steamboat at 2 and Sunday and evening as announced liom week wi Sunday school at 1 p Van B meets every SS Sunday at 8 oclock ao SOCIOSTZCEJS f ft EQUALITY 20i Beatings Saturday in Tur p A 01 befoio the full moon ofeaoh r A M nSfy WMoetlng every other Of H thhS S No103 Meeting first and uiSiliiy evenings of each OP IBB Jer Hoolc camp Meets first Sntur t lifter fun moor in Turnersnail eaoU Sr Harry i QWSO Passenger A mmm Williamson and wife drove from to spend the day with their son William and Alma Hoyt is in very poor She is here with her Marshall MrsT JKlley who is taking care of Root is improving his place by putting up a good sized new barn in place of the shed he had built tem Misses Chrissie Sharpshair and Lena Luiken returned Saturday from Rein where they attended the institute the last two who has been an inmate of the for the past few was a passenger north to Win nebago Cityj Walter Xeesseu will have it hot now all the He exhibits a fine ther mometer from the Merchant of Born for whom he is John Lynk has vacated the City hotel and has temporarily moved into the Itiley The hotel will be entirely overhauled and re was not a very favorable but a large crowd from here attended the rally at Iowa They report a large attendance and a good Henry Eilers has made a noted im provement on his shopon the south side of DeGroffs billiard He had a new sign put up which is an or nament to the building and recom mends the workmanship of the Henry Luiken wants his fuends and customers to understand that he is the agent of the old reliable Hawkeye In suranee company of Bes The Hakeye is known as one of the com panies that pays its losses on short A man belonging to one of our who is loud and long in his prayers and was heard by some of the Sunday school scholars using profane language and brutally beating his horse that had given nut on the way home from the Sunday school Too s Carl formerly of this but now residing at made a shortstop at our town last week on his way from Chicago to hie He arrived here in company with a young lady on the afternoon train from the north and they left on the evening pas senger for where they intend to be united m the holy bonds of mat George Folkert lost a valuable horse ast Miss Alfa Platts left Sunday for a isit at Sioux See Turner when you want auyvnotary work Higginbotham returned from Plymouth county last Those new signs on the Exchange bank windows are all George Carpenter is busyfe the bench doing repair work as Merdith will return from her visit the last of the Frank Fisk made an urgent business trip to Saturday Joe Greenlief arid August Meintz are threshing east of John Eilers soldhis dog advertised in THE Ten John Eilers wants twenty dogs at once for the Klondyke gold Miss Mabel Stearns visited with ml atives in Mason the first of the week HBleeker has rented the John Wilts farm north of where Meyer is living bought the first oats on the market He reports the quality John Eilers started with his corn sheller early Monday morning to August west of where he has a two days job of The improvements of Brown in his restaurant indicate prosperity The neat the enlargement of th and the application o That is what you will do if youcpn inue to buy all he gqods you can wheel away for a dollar from hristians bee his fine new line of dry goods he sells so very It is worth your time to call and see our 5 and io goods great bargains ffi T SACRIFICE Future Comfort for present seeming but BUY the Sewing Machine with an established reputation that guarantees you long and satisfactory service The Jeweler and Will be at Christians store every two weeks and will attend to all business coming in his He will s attend to repairing clocks and Work left at Christians store will be promptly attended Come and see Pekay and Whitebreast Coal Por Threshing I pay the highest market price for p m a in ll40 a m p m Responsibility Business Oathler paint nre changes that are tractive and John Voiles will have charge of the eating department at the soldiers re union at He will serve meals or lunch on the The boys in ten counties swear by the coffee Voiles Coffee coolers know good George Manley was buried at Saturday He died near Wright August aged 33 6 months and The widow and two children survive The funeral services were conducted by The snake stories that germinate from the mill dam regions are more fabulous than the stories of gold from the Tom Gearhart teils of one ten feet long that came after head in air V on its Some are inclined to believe the others doubt it very but none will be lieve that Tom saw snakes in his Edick Sou are to be com mended for their They purchased the lot where the old shop Thursday they began the erec tion of anew building and now they are ready for work new tool and lots of they are ready for plow and general Take in your Give them lots to do and they lull make who hves on the old farm four miles east in Grundy has bought the George Carpenter property for the considera tion of Bakker intends to move his family to town by the first of March and his son will take charge of the Such people as Bakker aud family are always welcome and desirable as citizens aud neighbors in any Thursday night at when train o pulled m at our depot for the ITS BEAUTIFULLY FIGURED DURABLE coupled with the Finest Set of Steel Attach makes it the MOST DESIRABLE MACHINE IN THE Dealers where ve are not J White Sewing Machsne Send for our fralftonf GO TO Walter Neessen the Steamboat Rock Roller Best Flour on Guaranteed as good as any Minnesota We want bushels of wheat for which we will pay the highest market BENSON WantedAn Idea yfc co18rru Who can think of gome simple thing to Patent paten aen to C their prlto offer and list of two hundred hiveatloiis Citenp on the WublisJi Sept T and aud 10 tne Wtibash will sell tlcketp at one plus tor thejound trip to polutj south and Tlia Wabasli lua fqund that It pays to Its oatrousnn opportunity to look for cheaper better Jf you will to commercial Ot tlis jyubasli at pes lie will mall jon folders and land guides givlnu detailed tuJorraatioa i two ladies of our town and having a large bundle with them our lalwpys obliging mail messenger offered to take the bundle up town for them and leave it at the When Lynk arrived at thejxstoffice he unloaded the bundle and set it in front of the office on the but he had not moie than done sonvhen a man slipped acioss the street ana took the About twenty minutes later the ladies arrived and inquired for the but no person could be tound that knew who took It i The town and last reports the bundle Excursion to 22 aud 23 the Hallimore ana Ohio rail road will sell tow rate excursion tickets to fulo on account national enoiimpm Passengers purchastnjc tickets at pnlnts west of Ackron have choice of via Cleveland aud rail In both via Cleveland and steamer In both via Cleveland and steamer going ana all rail or via al rail yolng and steamer to vheucs ral Ticketswill be valid for return untl but are subject to an extension soon payment of a fee of 85 it de posited with joint agent of termnal lines at For further information call on or aflress B passenger agent Cnicago ja3 1 foundedall is j V l low A Meetings For which a are and one thlid r on the cer tflcate plan be made by the Ill cago Great Western uiaplii loaf includes the annual convention and camp meeting Iowa Cou feienoe Evangelical asioolatiqu at Waterloo si to SO annual reeling grand lodge of IndependentOlder Good at to Sept Sj annual convention Christian Endeavor association at Dubunue 81 to and tlie biennial reunion own Veteran association at Shwll 1 to For detailed Information le rates and ticket arrangements see agents ot this I BfltT BY TUK ILLINOIS CENTRAL Are now running on the western lines of that between Dlbuque nud brenkfast on train Ko S and supper on train on these solid trains running between Sioux City and and serving supper and breaKfapt between Iowa Falls Dubiique on trains 4 nnd 3 also running between Sioux City and Meals a la Carte At Very Reasonable All articles furnished iu these oafo oars are of the very best quality and tire served in an inviting manner by polite For the Un To be held at tickets will be sold via the Nickel Plate road at rate of tor tho round returning either br rail or boat to Arrangements have been made for larties wishing to remain in sleeping cars at Buffalo to have thecars tracked convenient to i reet car lines to any part of the rallon oraddiess Jj general ill   

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