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Steamboat Rock Echo (Newspaper) - October 15, 1897, Steamboat Rock, Iowa s DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE AND INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE OF STEAMBOAT ROCK AND VOLUME STEAMBOAT OCTOBER NUMBER THB f J HE THATBLOWETH NOT HIS OWN VERILY jOIB HORN silALk NOT BE Y DIRECTORY HENRY It Real Insurance And CollcctlttB Wilts General Justice oi the Tor ail kinds of J I Builders j Call ou the Old Heavy Work Harness W ill fit you out with the best harness for as little money as any dealer in the Repairing neatly and promptly done while you HERM The Place to got the Best Meat for the Least Money Is at THE JAM De BROWNS Restaurant mid Barter Leave bundles here for ELDOBA STEAM First class work EXCfffiflGE Responsibility Year The Jeweler and Will be at Christians store every two weeks and will attend to all business coming in his He will attend to repairing clocks and Work left at Christians store i will be promptly attended Gome see 4 Pekay and JYhitebreast Coal Tor Threshing j pay the highest market price ior i BUSY AND BOOMING Our Citizens Find Much to Do and Talk NEWS NUGGETS TERSELY TOLD Topics of tlio the People are of the future Tales of Sorrow nnd of Platts is on the sick A fight in town Saturday No one badly Wright attended conference at Dubuque laat Prindell has been very ut is reported Fred returned from his to Stewart preached in the Con gregational church Sunday Arthur Neessen and his Jennie and drove up from Lawn Haley and Williams give a show here every and see grand Maggie of visited with Nettie Haley a few days last Swyter made his regular trip here coming Monday and re iuruing Bowersand John and Miss Helen of New Hartford were visitors here over John of spent a few days here last week visiting relatives and He returned Miss Etta and Hannah after a continued visit at this place left for their home in Sunday Captain Campbell and daughter Lulu returned Saturday from South where they have been spend ing the Miss Angie Cable left Saturday for tier home in New after having spent the summer with her While washing Monday Nettie Haley had the misfortune of one of her fingers between the rollers of the clothes Frank Fisk and Fouts were married Monday James Hughes performed the Only a few were invited to be Dallman left Tuesday for where he will start up a pho tograph His many friends here wish him successin his Harry Grieves bought the two lots 3 and block fgrmerly ownet by Grieves in tends to build for himself a house on the Uncle Bailie Kellum and wife and James Haley and wife left for their home in They go through with a team and will be on the road about nino Joseph Wertz since returned from Onawa has been getting so that Wertz resolved to go back with her to their daughters where she can be better taken care They lef Thursday Miss principal of ou was in look ing up supplies for the She meeting with encouraging success in her The enrollment in the schools has reached Henry Luiken is agent for theNortl German Lloyd steamship To thi line belongs the Kaiser Wilhelm de Grosse which arrived in New York having made the ocean trip ir flve fifteen thirteen sec She has previous rec brds on the ocean and is now queen o the The mill is working for all there The water is low and they wer obliged to add Frank Upson i the Parties are coming from all parts ofv this and Grundy count with their Mitterer fron near Hubbard was here to mill Satur day and several others from that par of the Under the managemen of Gearhart the mill is gaining wide The Eono will issue a complete ill us trated write up of the dedicationof thi A double column cut o the new church has been ordered an other illustrations of A grea many extra copies will be Wanted t keep as mementoes of the occasion am to send away tp They will to sold at 5 cents six for 25 cents twelve for BO twentyfive for Those desiring extra copies shouk leaveorders for the number with postmaster Lulken J TOWN Walter Neesaen De Haan leorgeFlsh rank Carpenter rank DeGroff Town Council IV 8 Wlokhanl 8Marks ThbsE Goarhart ohn Bllers IH Turner W C Cable i BOARD OF t J president falter Neeaens George FIsU W Turner hos E Gearhart eo Greenlcaf 8 Hoot Secretary HH Turner Treasurer DIRECTORY OLAT TOWNSHIP enry LulKen Justice ot the Peace Leverton Justice of the Peace DoHaan AJaspers 18 Wardwell lenryLulken W Turner H Hoover 8 Lookwood Constable Constable Assessor Oierk Trustees THE REDEDICATION The Robertson Chapel to be Dedicated October l with Fitting NOTED DIVINES WILL ATTEND Mayor Recorder Assessor Treasurer Marshall Directors A AVeek of Religious Service A Time of will be a Verita ble Malls south nortli south north a m a m pm p in STEAMBOAT First preaching services every Sunday morning or announced from week to Sunday school every Sunday at Miss Delia Jpworth League every Sunday evening at 7 oclock Fred Preaching every Sunday morning or eventngi as announced from week to Sunday school every Sunday at 1130 Preaching services every Sunday at 3 Sunday school at GERMAN Regular preaching services nt Steamboat Rock every Sunday at 2 and Sunday mornings and evening as announced from week to Sunday school at 1 Van meets every other Sunday at 8 oclock B Okken de w SOCIETIES P EQUALITY LODGE Regular meetings Saturday In Tur ners hall or before the full moon or each month secretary A Clay lodge Meeting every othe Wednesday J of Doran Lodge Meeting first anc third Tuesday evenings of each WOODMEN OF THE Tower Rock camp Meets first Satur day night after full moon In Turners ball each Green Barry TIIMIIE IOWA OENTRAU To take effect on and after May TRAINS 001NO am am TBAINS GOING am N Time tabla at Abbott effect May GOING Passenger No 61 a m Passenger No 63 am Freight No 65 FrelghtNo67 PrelghtNo 69 GOING Passenger No 60 Passenger No 62 am FreldhlNoM Freight No 66 except Next week marks an important poch in the history of Steamboat The Robertson chapel is eceiving its finishing touches and will ie reconsecrated to the worship of Almighty This is an event not only of interest to Meth but to every citizen of our little jity as It emphasizes a spirit of progression and material improvement affects every No ie he ever so would think in his sober moments of rearing his famr ly without the influences If for nothing more he will seek some man of God to officiate when he lays his loved ones beneath the clods of the Pastor Wright and his people have been faithful endeavors to so curea more commodious and beautiful place of They have been rindly assisted by many re gardless of church The re sult is that their new is a credit So our and all rejoice m such a cozy house of The prepara tory services will begin Sunday evening and continue through the Some of the most noted dwines of the Upper Iowa conference will be present anc We give below the week day The program for the dedication services will appear in nexi The public in general are cor dially invited to be present pre siding WEDNESDAY A Boy Hurt My boy came home frond school one day with his hand badly lacerated an bleeding and suffering great with Meyer Drug I dressed the wound and applied Chamberlains Pah Balm All pain and in t remarkdbly short time it healed with out leaving For sprains swellings and rheumatism I know o no medicine or prescription to equal it I consider it a household Tor sale by Ellsworth Drug company The fresco work on the churc is The chairs are being pu in now and it will soon be It Saves the Croupy have a splendi sale on Chamberlains Cough Kennedy and piir customers coming from fa speak of it in the highes Many have said that their dren would have of croup if Cham berlains Cough Remedy had not bee For sale b Ellsworth Drug 6f2 Brings Satisfaction bmfort Delight ALLEN RESTAURANT ani CONFECTIONARY Meals at all Live We can ineet the demand in these lines and guarantee Public School Report The following is the school repor for the month of September High 6 11 neither absen nor Struck and Mau Hattie 10 16 neither absen nor Clell Zella Dora Wickham Minnie Minnie Schutte an Bennie Edna Watson Second boys 21 16 neither ab sent nor Wickham Norma Alta Jessi Claude Larry Wrigh Roy Finster Frank Benni Johnny Cashan John Ernie Ualph Wickham Clarence Warrlngtor First 19 11 neither absen nor Cad Effle Harry Eeynold Eddie John Den Walter Jennie Luike Earl Benny Charle Hayeyousafarjn for sale Put a adlet in THE O TO Walter Neessen J FOR YOUR And the IONS res Time Strength Health When v6u have made cash purchases at my store to the amount of you will be entitled to a set of ASBESTOS SAD IRONS FREE OP Oall and examine Ask for FINE LINE OF SHOES JUST Ve meet the demands of 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 THE The Advance congregational Weekly Is Just entering its thirtyfirst year with better pros pects than Its regular departments will De kept up to jhelr usual excellence and among the contribu ted articles already arranged for may be men tioned the following Reminiscences of Tan and Scotch University by Spptt of Chicago Theological Soiitn African by Mac kenzle of Chicago who was iornlu South The Next Things In Legislative by R Superintendent of the National Kef orm Some author of valuable articles on of Mrs Balllngtou Booth and the Florence Crlt tenton which have already appeared In the columns of The An article on some Important aspect of social study and workj by Henderson of the Uni versity of Some Recent Aspects ot Theological by King of Out in the Open papers by our noted preacher the Spade Has Lately by Harper ot Chicago Greece and the Eastern by Cyrus The Religious Difficulties of Young by German and Continental by long pastor of the American Protestant church in Regular yearly To a new subscriber the paper will be sent from now to for Or for we will send the Advance one year and a copy of tlie international BeltPronouncing Teachers Charles Sheldons new InHis which appeared m serial form In the Advance li DOW having a lively 25 cents In paper In Agents Trial three 25 Sample copies THE 215 Madison Dallas Pair and Exposition and 15 the Chicago Great Western Maple Leaf will sell excursion tickets at 80 for the round trip from Mar shalltown to and Tickets goodSfor return until The Texas state fair and Dallas exposition will be open from 10 42 Wooers of Dame lo rtnno Who have not secured the favor ot that fickle lady whare at present located may be able to do so In some otber pert of this broad land ot ours An excursion for Home hunters via Chlcogo Great Western One fare and J2 for the round No better time than these autumn days for the Maple Leaf agents will tell about rates and Bear The fact that bears bring from to each in the San Francisco meat market and that there a lively de inarid for all that ore sent here has moved many Balu who live in the hills of all the monufain ranges to scour the hills for them and ship Onbs aretaken kept pita and fed until they attain hundred pounds in when they are The carcasses usually displayed by butchers during the holiday season are of domesticated as the wild bears at that season of the year are hi A stall fed bear designed for the market is treated m about the some way as a Ho will eat the same food a hog will eat and about the same quan and liis flesh tastes very much like except for a gamy flavor which it Aside from this the bears blubber makes the finest his hind quarters furnish superior hams and his ribs the best of Fran cisco Chicago Great Western Maple Leaf Trains leave Marshalltown Daily for and Kansas Dally lor same points a m Except or same points after 2 No Dally for oedar St Paul and Minneapolis a m No Except Sunday for same points Also Uubuque and Chicago am No Dally limited for all above points has through sleepers and fine cnalr oars Marshall Business College Thorough Free Successful i Get our catalpl compilslied Eighth year 16sep3m WANTEDiiffi BOTH MBS AND It SOU are willing to work we can give you employment with GOOD and you can work oil or part nnd home rtr The work LIGHT AND WRITE AT ONCE f or THE HAWKS NURSERY COMPANV TV BROWNS 1 had Asthma for 22 years but never found relief from those awful choking until I foand this which almost immediately prevented taeir re turn and has effectually cured I have abandoned all smokes and BO to bed and sleep Letters of inquiry gladly testimonials Price of medicine One bottle Wnto u todav w w BROWN Charter Experience not For prices aud iiir IcuLira wrlto the WKSTEKV OOItSET SU Ixinls Toxiis Stnte rnlr At Dallas and One tare for the round trip slid reyirri via Iowa Of ntrai railway Tickets on sale and limited tor re turn until 4S Famous for Its oysters and pretty enter tains the triennial meeting BBd centennial eel ehratlon of the General Chapter Royal andSeltCt Masters and Koyal Arch Masons 11 to Pare and onethird for the round trip on certlOoate plan via Chicago Great West ern Maple Leaf 42 Chicago and AliunoupullB Witness two great religious gatherings At Chicago the general conference 19 to At Minneapolis the annual meet Ing ot the American Missionary association oot To both meetings a rate ot a fareanfl onethird for the lound trip on certificate plan Is offered by tne Chicago Great Western rail Maple Leaf M
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