Marble Rock Journal in Marble-Rock, Iowa
28 Apr 1904

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Marble Rock Journal in Marble-Rock, Iowa
28 Apr 1904

Read an issue on 28 Apr 1904 in Marble-Rock, Iowa and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Marble Rock Journal.

Browse Marble Rock Journal

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 28 Apr 1904 Marble Rock Journal in Marble-Rock, Iowa. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - April 28, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaJ of i Wall paper at drug store of a. J. Asper co. Announcement. 3 hereby announce nub of is n Candida e for oui h Aiu Vitor. Suo it u Densi o of c on Veuia in. The Kerub ican county convention. The count convention was ii id at Chute City last thu Edaj Ilon. P. I purr was elected a Bur Man Aad h. B Uoss Orraca and 11 k. Little Seuffe Tsinos. Tie worked Alo in smoothly until a my tied to a Low j to select the Judi Cial Felt kites Wii a Laue. Due to the motion stated thit or. Lloyd was a candidate for District judge and wished to extend him the usual Courtesy of selecting delegation. The Coc mention Defeated he motion by a narrow majority. Union township voting solid against the proposition. This same matter came a when the in me of the judicial delegates were presented by the committee with n Neer that he cast their to e for or. For judge. Union township was opposed to or. Lloyd Cindi la cd and tried that the delegates named be elected but that the instructions be eliminated from the report of the committee. This motion prevailed and the delegates go to the judicial convention uninstructed. The following resolutions were passed by b unanimous vote the republicans of Floid county id convention assembled hereby adopt the following resolutions that most heartily endorse the administration of president Roosevelt and favor Bis nomination for president. That we recognize in him a courageous Able and patriotic Chiee executive and that the times demand a Man of Hia Independent and forceful character ii o governor Cummins As being prudent and conservative and in the interests of the people. That we recognize in or. N Haugen a gentleman of Honor and integrity who hns rapidly into a useful and valuable member of Congress and whose growing qualities entitle him to the Confidence and support the republicans of the District. We furthermore re Gard him As one of the really Strong men on the Iowa delegation in Congress whole efforts in behalf of his District have be n generously rewarded and highly appreciated Aud that the Dele Gates selected by this convention to the congressional convention at usage Are hereby instructed to use All honorable Means to secure his Renom mation. Resolved that the republicans of flood county Are m favor of the Ameri can principle of Protection and that we View with Disfavour the existing agitation for Canad an the following delegates were chosen state convention j. E. Cause f. O. Martin h. B. Lies. L o. Hue. J. 11. Hovd it. N. Hj3jthe, George Pringle and a. L. Olds congressional l. H. Henry w. E. George Bennett. A. S. H. X. Lle Mck. Jyh. A Whitn c a. Merrill r m. Potter and d. U. Bliss. Judicial convention j. N. Lloyd. R. Eggert j. E. Cash w. E. Even p ii. Powers. H n. Merrick. W. M Smyth g. P. Beitz Jake Garber u. W. Starr g. H. K. Lies f. Graham. A. Musser. W. E. Waller l. 0. Rue and g. H. Jackson. The new county Central committee is composed of the following members Cedar a. T. Charles f. B. Miner j. E. Cise e. U Erler. F. Miles. . C. Peasant Walter Forthun c. Vico a f. Graham Rock .7. Lumberson Rudd a. R. Little St. E. Kellogg f. Heitz the Ujj issus Floe Wyatt and Mary George of Koc Ford were Ilar ble Rock visitors . Mrs. Cd Irles Porter and i s Lilie l utter 01 Rockford were Marble Rock visitors saturday. Mrs. F e. Gates entertained a number of trienus s at her lome on Bradford Street Furduy night. The congressional convention for this District will be held at Sage to Jay congressman Haugen Sill be renominated by acclamation Frank Beemer having several times hip Chin i Fjar nil t of of ref past week threw up hib Job and returned to his Home in Illinois Rev. Hilburn left for California tues Day where he will attend the m. B conference. A be about four weeks. Or l. Inman Hll the pulpit during or. Hilburn s absence. Services at Church Sund in morning 11 o clock. Subject rec ivling a kingdom evening service s u clock. Rub jct Al hat is Man that god is mindful of him c. T. Sex Ben Ludwig Clyde Rex Al Swant schermerhorn. Herman Ahart Reed Jno. Mills Jewett Clay. E. W. Speedling and h. B. Rosenkrons attended a meeting of the k. Of p. Lodge at Greene last monday f. K. The committee organized by electing Werder chairman j. E. Case Secretary w. P. Miles treasurer. An curo act Stonier of ours who hid been suffering from cough for six moot be bought two b t is of chum if Ooi us a. Tirely outset by one and a half Boti or of it. Doit eco so with Nur Ahnood w. limb was notified a few Days ago of the death of her brother John Wallace who died in the Hospital at Minneapolis of Small pox. Be was a few years younger than mrs. Lamb and had spent Manj 3 ears in Minnesota and the British pos sessions. He had visited at is Torchwood Only a few times. Mrs. Lamb s friends Naite in extending sympathy to Ber in her Seacott Hanlontown last december was Given his sentence by judge c. P. Smith at div morning. He was sentenced to Fiva years in the state Penitentiary at hard huor and the Appeal no fixed at it is probably that the Case will be to the supreme court it the jiul can be procured. The stand patters do not realize that m lighting reciprocity they Are posing one of the lamented James g. Elaine s pet ideas. No one Ever questioned Bis Anchor. James g. Blaine advocated reciprocity in non competitive articles but did not bolster up his pet idea with demo cratic free Trade argument. He was Al so by mentalist and it would be just As consistent to proclaim him a free Ite As to make the assertion that he was an advocate of the defunct Iowa idea originated by the late lamented nov. Cummins. Gor. Cummins has been As unsuccessful in leading the republicans of the state into the democratic with his free Trade speeches As be was in smashing tiie party on the whisky question. Both times be proved a temporary obstacle. The May number of the women s Home companion bears out its reputation of being a Home Magazine for even body by the timeliness and varied a peal of its features. Hudson Maxim s startling article on the wonders of modern warfare satisfies 8 present Home with Admiral Ana airs. Dewey is a chatty Stettn of the Home life of the great naval officer the daughters of the american Revo Lution will be read by women who care for their ancestors. There Are some especially charming outdoor features such As porch Parlours in the new an interesting family of a Home made water Gar mrs. Low s cooking articles and a Goula s fads Sud frills1 Are be timely As Ai Syb and the fiction includes a Strong mennonite Story by George Shock a delicious Irish Story by Hsu Mas Macmanus and a love Story by Julia Pruitt Bishop. Published by the Crowell publishing company Spring Field Ohio one Dollar a year ten cents s copy. Nothing like a Perit Der. One truth Learned by actual experience Joes More Good than ten experience one hears a Man that Chamberlain s conc. Cholera and diarrhoea remedy will cure cholera Moribus. And he will most Likely forget it before the new postal contains the Fol a lowing provisions in regard to Rural carriers of and in r jul letter angers of Ibe rur-1 free delivery eci i not flu ceding per annul Anil co other or further allowance or salary shall be made to Saia carriers. On und after said Date said tuners shall lot solicit business or receive orders of Acy kind for any per Sod firm or corporation and shall not during their hours of employment carry Nerch audit f r hire. That said earners Mav carry merchandise for Hitie for and upon request of patrons Reading upon their respective routes whenever Ibe same shall not interfere with the proper disc Dirge of their Oll i Cis duties and under such regulations As the postmaster general May pre i scribe Don t ask Jour c ii Iier to violate the Law. He can carry your Paek Ege for hire but not for the accommodation might Fose him Hie Job. The lectures of proves or Holden of the Iowa agn cuchural College have been Given fir m the platform of a special car throughout the Northern part of the state been received with much favo Cly the fanning Community. Tests conducted at the agn cultural College As n Ell As by Farmers in different sections show Flat very Little of the Corn in cribs will do for seeding purposes. It is found in Many in stances that part of an ear is Fertile while the other part is dead and that while one ear might grow Well the eur Vav Uriu produce not Ioir. Professor Holden recommends that Farmers begin at once to test their Corn and that several grains of ear be tried. He further recommends that the Large Grams and Small ones at the extremities of the ears be discarded in order that the planting May be More uni form. Director Sage of the weather Bureau adds his endorsement to pro Fessor Holden b lectures and warns the Farmers that unless the greatest of care is Eiven to the matter of selecting seed. Iowa s Corn crop n in be Short. When it is remembered that this state produces More Corn then Cloea any of its Sisters the Public necessity for a Large acreage and a Good yield is Evi ent. May musical festival. Cornell College it Vernon May 26-28. For this occasion the Rock isbnt3 system Igenta will sell tickets to me. Vernon at rate of fare and one third from Points where the ate is 1150 or less tickets on Sale May 25tb to 28th, Good returning until May 30th. M25th. Annual Camp Mje Etlis g seventh Day adventists. Colas Iowa. June 5-12 for this occasion the Rock Island of Oioi Oilau Tiu rate 01 Tare Anu Oue third on certificate plan from Points in Iowa. June i. I b we used Chamberlain s stomach and liver tablets with most satisfactory says mrs. F. L. Phelps ton if Sas. For indigestion bilious Ness and constipation these tablets Are most excellent. Sold by a. J. Asper co. Pic Dent j lines j. Iii docs not Den ii u1 position of the wealth and Enty to Aifoi Isbit to the great non West Quay still to found on his person. Reports from Russia sen of Azof is it is t Jing ii pure. That the perhaps the fact that is to nitric rce the automobile a machine Rives Assurance that is in Hod will got killed in the land k Tyllo of the far East the peculiarity about ii once to co.1. I.-, tl.r1. not go Down until the Mercury goes up. Senator Burton says i can trait and i will Giralt but will the court wait Spring fever in simply that tired feel a lassitude caused by sluggish condition of the blood. The and bowels need a cleaning out in the Spring and nothing is so effective and at the same time so pleasant to take As or. Cad Well s syrup pepsin which is sold oar a co., line of a j. Asper k co. -1 end of the Days let him have a severe to tact of that disease feel that he is abut to die this remedy und learn from his own experience How quickly it administrator s notice. Public notice is hereby that the undersigned has this Day been appointed Ana commissioned toy the District Coli Root county m the state of Iowa. And insist Rotor John Barth deceased and All persons having claims against said estate Are hereby notified to file them with the clerk of said court clearly stated and duly sworn to and within time preparatory to their allowed or proven All person said estate Are requested to make mediate payment to the undersigned and avoid costs dated at Charles City lows this Slat Day of april a. D., 1904 39w2 o. C. Perbis administrator. Offer Farmers twice a week Tribune per year Marble tick journal per year 1.50 i Imperial Multi coloured map j actual value All for through special arrangements with the Farmers Tribune we Are Able to make our readers a combination offer of the two newspapers one year and the Imperial Multi coloured map regular value for Only 00 the Farmers Tribune i the twice a Veek paper in the Northwest. It is often called the Busy Man s or farmer1? daily. It gives in condensed form the news of the entire world. Reliable Market reports make it indispensable to the Farmer who buys or Sells products. The Farmers Tribune is the Ideal family newspaper. You will be fully supplied with of every description for an entire year by subscribing for the Tribune in connection with the Marble Bock journal. Imperial and the Marble Rock journal. It is valued at and is easily Worth map cannot be purchased from stores dior agents. The for Bune Minnesota uts saws 6 Wrt Dees the above engraving does not do Justine to the map. The Bea Wiful color cannot shown nor can the excl sue nor lusting features of the enamelled finish be produced. The map must be seen to be appreciated. Be sure and say which map is Minnesota Wisconsin North or South Dakota. Address All orders to the Harble Rock journal. Special excursion party to los Geles. An arrangements have been made with the Rock Island system for special Standard Pullman sleepers to leave Des q 1 Obi f i Bluffs p. Anil Omaha p. Tor los Angeles stopping at Denver Colorado Springs a Short time and at Salt Lake City Over sunday arriving at Lis Angeles a. M., wednesday May 4th. This party will be personally conducted by or. C. C. Clifton of Council i Bluffs a Delegate to the 11. E. Confer j Euce and he invites delegates their i friends and others to Jiin him on this Moat pleasant trip to California. Fol information can be obtained by writing him or any agent of the a fuck Island system. Ap25 a tour of California and Canadian National Park. Leaving Des Moines april 30th the Iowa tourist. Association will have a special car party for a tour of California returning Over the Canadian Pacific through the finest scenery on the Ameri can continent. Tour will be person ally conducted by or. J. E. Van Windele Managar and ticket will cover Allex lenses fur a thirty Days trip. Acorn modal on left for a few and desiring this delightful trip through the acct should apply for reservations Early. See or write Iowa tourist Asa Ociot Tion 509 Crocker bldg Des Moines Iowa or g. I a Heb d. P. A., Rock Island system. A 2s Cedar rapids la. Weak Glen made vigorous Simeun of reduced rates travellers of und economical turn of mind will be interested in these Low rates they apply from Marble Rock Iowa. San Francisco to Day and every Day until april .30th. Los Angeles Portland Seattle Taco Ina Home-seekers1 excursions to the West Aud Southwest one fare plus s2.00 for the round trip. April o Aud april 19. California and return i april 23 to May 1. Full information at Island ticket offices a Ixo. G. Farmer d p. A., Cedar Rapida Lowi. When in need of monuments headstones of a Star what Peffer s Nerv Igori did it acts powerfully and qut my. Cures All it Cluj. On others fail Young men regain lost men recovery out mul Huntee Toci drop item a k either my and Absolu Pitcl lost Power memory acting gift self abuse or rect san and co Don t let e Carriett la est a Tats olt in any anal on nose it j a Crater profit. On my can Plain wrapper. Givs Relief and he will remember it All his life. For by a j. Asper t co. Seeds snot we great cold. A new York experimenter Lias been trying the effect of very Low tempera Tures on seeds. Seeds of peas Oats Barley and wheat were kept for hours at 312 degrees that is he 110 hours. After being thawed out and planted seeds grew ail right. There seems to be no further cause for alarm Orer freezing seeds. We Seldom it us Low w 312 degrees below of Koran uate in medical Chicago 1u, Small size 50 cents. By e. W Speed log. It Mcfaron Cole proprietors of Rock we always guarantee satisfaction both in Price work Aana hip. The rapid growth of our Btu Oak shows Hon ii treatment. Gill on us id Are agents Yommi Wood. J f. Cole Marble Rock Iowa. Will Mike the Meson of 1901 at my farm in Ulster township. Terme to in sure Mure in fool und 612 to insure standing Volt. Great Oare will be taken to prevent accidents but i will not be ref possible Ebourd any occur. If Mare told bar View become due at once. No business transacted on sundays. Hemry Moll. Lamps Homo store mail to sunlight us almost h Cap

Search All Newspapers in Marble Rock, Iowa

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Marble Rock Journal Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Marble Rock Journal?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!