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Williamsburg Journal-Tribune (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Williamsburg, Iowa VOLUME IOWA APRIL 10 PAGES NUMBER 46 Can always 5 accomplished at Leade Dept Store not you ing This is undoubtedly the best time of year for making your spring purchases and you should allow this one idea to get past This store is filled with seasonable goods priced where cannot afford to neglect your We use every effort to impress this upon you and noth but the proper things will be seen in any of our Our Millinery Department offers Special The best millinery talent we could find follows our rare artists whose magic touch con jures the humblest stuffs into taste ful We employ two trimmers who are constantly at and any trimming or remodeling you need they will do to your entire sat Nothing Small About Us But Our Store is Open at 6 We Close at 6 except Wednesdays and j Adolph Smith who lived northwest of town died Monday at eleven oclock leaving a wife ami one Obitu ary will be given Orville Hatter made a trip to Ced ar Rapids Hal Gross and friend from Victor were callers in town John Wilson of Milton was in town Monday and Van visited Friday at the home of and Charlie Sadie Wilson and Cora Hazelton visited at the Curt Lacy home Wilson and wife drove to North English Sunday to see their cousin who is very Pearl Merck spent Sunday with her grandparents at Pilot Charlie Schaffner and Wayne Wilson drove to North English Monday Ivan Wilson drove to Williamsburg Saturday and brought Guy Van Barker and family visited over at Genoa Bluffs Grandma Loiler and Fern Summers returned from their trip to Dakota on Charlie Leon and Ressa Cover attended the commencement exercises in Keswick Roy Ingrams baby is getting along Of course it will take some time for it to get well but it is doing Mrs Joe Kelly has been visiting the past week with her mother Grandma Pope has been very sick for some Harry Deitze is still on tho sick Charlie Montross with his wife and daughter Mable visited at the I ul ler home and Jim OBrien visited at the parental home Ella Keller and Rose Thomas went to North English York America halfbrother of all the world With something good and bad of every Why comes but for man to meet and master and make crouch beneath his and so be pedestaled in Charles Holden and Reed of Marengo spent Tuesday at The Hub The Ladies Aid Society will hold their nest meeting at the home of and Duty of Frank Harrington delivered hogs to Homestead buyers Tucker and Miss Pauline Tucker were Sunday guests of and Fred Newkirk is improving his farm by Henry Wille spent Sun day at the home of his Mrs Elizabeth Wille of John Cordes is erecting a fine addition to his house upon the which he recently purchased from Parry The many friends of Ed Tal bott will regret to hear of her serious Harrington of this place is caring for A number of York people attended The Fair held in Wil liamsburg Saturday Rural Route Farmers are busy plowing for Many of our young people attended the Ball in Holbrook on Fri day Miss Mayme Driscoll of Williams burg spent Sunday at her parental Thomas Hoy left on Monday for his claim in South Our mighty band of bachelors are watching with the same eagerness for the Junior Editor to invade this sec tion with his numberless crew of la dies as did the Virginian colony of old long for the landing of the ninety honest A Woman Tells How to Relieves Rheumatic I have been a verv great sufferer from the dreadfil rheumat for a number of I have tried many medicines but never found much relief from any of them until two years when I bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain I felt relief before I bad used all of one but kept on applying it and soon felt like a different Through my advice many of my friends have tried it and can tell you how wonderfully it has Sarah A 140 New Chamberlains Pain Balm is a The relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its It makes rest and sleep pos For sale by No The evils which always follow after biliousness or constipa tion will give no quarter Better fight them to a finish with Dr C wells Syrup It is a weapon against these dangerous diseases which will give you quick relief and permanent cure gold by Per 5Qc JL Money if it Statement of Condition of the CITIZENS of at the Close of Business on April as made to the Auditor of Bills Eeceivable Cash on hand and in Banks Keal and Personal Property Capital Stock DEPOSITS Profits less all expenses Sfc Sfc TOTAL Deposits on April Deposits on January Gain Since Lasf Report Sfc SYMPHONICAS AN OLD MAP School on the Makes floney County The entertainment given under the name of The County Fair by the Symphonies society of the high school on Saturday uight in the Citi zens hall was an unqualified By eight oclock the hall was filled with a crowd thst surged and down the room as it visited each fea ture or both It nlternated between the Jap girls tea teut and the sand wich shooters side board and visited the sights and scenss It had its fortune told in the witnessed the famous rung canes and missed the hole in the ballthrowing The literary program was excellent but the crowd was so large that the real worth of this feature was large ly lost to the crowd went to a fair and cared but little for forensic or Thes pian thrills or It laughed at Aunt Samantha and her children all togged out in garments of antique It guyed the aud munched goodies ami popcorn and had the time of its life The affair wad planned aud carried out by the society and was under the direction of Miss Dar land whose skill and persever ing work had much to do with its The net proceeds amounted to a very substantial addition to the piano fund for which it was Miss Darland and her society feel duly grateful for the splendid sup port given by the Edward DIED At his home in on April 6th I9o7 Edward aged 54 The funeral services were held in the Catholic church at Eli and were conducted by Father Interment in the ad joining Edward Leahy was born in New Jersey fiftyfour years When he was four years old he came with his parents to Fillmore Iowa Iowa and lived here until he had reached mans Thirty years ago he went west and during all this time he made his home in th e western residing at Salt Lake Los Angeles and He had resided in the latter ptaca several years and was engag ed in mining when his last illness siez ed He had kept himaelf in touch with his folks at home and was contemplating a visit to his many rel atives in Iowa county just before his His brother Patrick was notified of his sickness and arrived at Eli after his death and took charge of the funeral Deceased leaves a mother and two sisters in Cedar a sister in aud four and James near Parnell and William in of a map of Iowa made 53 years John Hughes showed us this week a copy of a map of Iowa printed in Compared with a map of as it is this map is a curi osity and preaches an eloquent ser mon on the advance made by the state during the past fifty This old map shows Iowa without a mile of The twocent fare bill wasnt then worrying the legis If a man wished to go from Williamsburg to Des Moines he could go by stage at a rate of 10 cents per mile and if this didnt suit him he could use Shanks Today the state has close to miles of rail way on which is used steam or elec tric power and at least miles operated by hot Fifty years ago the state contained about today she teems with mil lion people of all sorts and conditions including 121 standpatters and 89 County after county in northwest ern Iowa appears oh this old map simply HS a section of the earth to which had been given a Not a sign of town or village can be One could go on learn ing lessons from this old and the longer one studies it the more satisfied he becomes that Iowa is the fairest and best of all the gems Columbia wears upon her fruitful bo Health I Means more than physical It means ability to do It means It means a surplus of the vitality that makes life worth Vital nervous force and a clear head depend largely on the proper condition of the Fletchers Sarsaparilla purifies and enriches the blood and increases the store of energy and If it fails to give satisfaction we return the a or 6 bottles for West Side Drue Shire Flashwood Bred by This fine stallion will stand dur ing the season of 1907 at my barn 3 north of Holbrook and 6 southeast of DESCRIPTION white face and and is very smooth turned in every He carries excep tionally heavy bone and is a very muscular weighs at the present time 16oo Ibs and will make a horse that will weigh 21oo Ibs easily at His breeding is the most popular in Shires as his ancestors are among the best Shires in the world Very kind and gentle and a great act First premium 2 old stallion at Williamsburgs great Dist Fair in 19o6 Flaahwood was sired by Highland Hero Studley Royalist TERMS to insure a Removing or selling the mare forfeits the insurance and renders the money Care will be taken to avoid accidents but I will not be responsible should any aimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmK I MllianisDiirQ Savings Ml i 1 i Hr 5 Vice 3 E fr Asst 3 Francis Asst 23 E 3 Have You Money to Invest Have You Securities to Negotiate Do You Want to Buy or Sell Bank or Other Stock See IOWA COUNTY Abstract and Investment COMPANY Office over Peoples Savings first door north of Court House Fire Fighters of The two fire companies of Williams burg are in splendid shape for The apparatus is in good repair and the water pressure is adequate at all The record of the fire companies for the year just past shows that not once was the force called out to fight a The year before they had been called out three Lewis Keil is continued as chief of the force and the list of the members is as follows HOSE Joe R HOPE Ray John Art Dave Homer Henry McDon The official roster of the force is 2nd Foremen Hose team Edwards Assistant team Harve Manor Assistant Lumber arid Wood For A of native dimen sion atuffi and Dry cord and wood and a quantity of pole 438t TALBOTT 43 43 43 Works Day Night 43 A Gasoline Engine is a necessity on every well It will work all day and all night and never The best engine on the market is the It contains the excellencies of all and the defects of 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 Thousands have pronounced Hoi listers Rocky Mountain Tea the great est healing power on VVhen science Makes you well and keeps you 3 5 centSjTea or Great Activity Is shown without any disagreeable after by Caldwells laxa tive Syrup in Agoing to the seat of your when are a victim of It gently but firmly drives out the poisons that are causing your and braces upyourinternal prgansto do their proper Sold 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 A full line of FARM The best make Discs and Bradley Vroonians a paint that will stay shlney for a long Wind Pumps and Well Fitting a
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