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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - April 28, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaWe ought to charge More Tow Uviedo. Gold Ecol a has see us for feed. J. P. Milk son. I great subscription Marble Rock journal 1 year Minneapolis twice a Creek Farmers Tri Bunc 1 year Orange Judd Farmer 1 year total f All three papers and they Are the Best of their kind for Don t delay subscribe to Day. Send your order to the Marble Rock journal. 1.00 1.00 Marble Rock mulls. Mailo arrive from North a m.-. P id. Pro South 10 55 a. In 7 05 p. M. Mails close 20 it utes before departure of trains. Office hours 7 of a m. To s 00 p. M. a. M to 13-45 p m the markets. Hogs to 440 Oats .30cto34c Corn.38 to 40o potatoes .11.35 14 Chicago 0.58 Davenport 5 8-3 Cedar rapids 2.95 Shellsburg 2 is Vinton 2.24 it. Auburn 2.00 la Porte City 1.82 Washburn i.57 Waterloo 1.35 Cedar Falls 1.18 Waverly 1.01 Shell Rock .71 Clarksville .50 Packard .32 Greene Rockford Nora Springs Rock Plymouth pc. Manly Northwood Albert Lea Owatonna Faribault Minneapolis Charles City .16 121 1.71 2.w, 3.12 4.62 .90 new Hampton 1.57 Mason City .74 minimum a tights of produce. P funds per bus Btl. Wheat.60 apples.48 Corn in ear.70 timothy.45 Corn shelled___56 clover.60 buckwheat.48 flax.36 barley.48 turnips.56 oats.32 beans.60 potatoes.60 onions.57 miss Emma Stanton was a Greene visitor the first of the Weeke. A. G. Mccray has moved into the rooms Over the Wagon shop. The Young folks had a dance fit the House last Friday evening. Henry Brunner of St. Answer Sudaj with his Parenta at this place. Misa Julia Bucklen came up from Cedar Falls saturday to spend sunday at borne. Charles Moore and of Rock Ford a listed with relatives in town Over sunday. W. A Halstead of Swaledale trans acted by Eloease in town the first of the week. Mrs. De Clark went to Owatonna Minnesota last sunday for a visit with friends Frank Moore is the father of another pair of Bright girl Bibile. The Mother who do been a great sufferer the past few Ere Are to state in not improving in health. How to Ward Offan attack of Henna Ilam. Yearb when Spring time came on i went into gardening i sure to attack of and Ettry attack was More severe than the proceeding Mcdonald of Mao. County. Wet 1 tried everything with no Relief whatever until i procured bottle of chamber lain s pain and the first Polica Tion me and before the first bottle was need i Felt like a new person. Now i i cured but i so keep bottle of Chamberlain s pain Balm in the Hogue and when t feel any of return i soon drive it away with one or two applications of for a a. J. Paper 40o, miss Ujj is Winchell returned to Cedar foils sunday. Allen Moore was a Nora san cab visitor last week. A ssh Carbiener was a Charles City visitor sunday. Ail kinds of seed grains for Sale by Bucklen Grain co. 82 the cold weather is retarding the sprouting of the oat crop. A. M. I Lubbard if fixing up Bia Boule and improving the same. Mrs. Pm Romank Retna entertained a Pirty of lady friends saturday. Mrs. Maggie sixt and son were Greene visitors the first o the week. Truman Mills of Hockford spent sunday his Mother at this place. Or. W. K. Mccray was called to Rock Ford on professional business saturday. Mrs. I s. Reed of Rockford visited with relatives at this place the past week. Mrs. We. Walker of Rockford visited with her it Aughter mrs. A Braes past Weeke. Mrs hawn has bought the residence property North of the Moray Black Smith shop. Mrs. Edith Irene Asper Smith left for St Paul Minnesota hot monday for a visit with her sister mrs. Guy Lawrence. Eshe expects to be gone several weeks but May be Home before this item reaches our readers. A change in sunday Hail. By order issued by the supt. Of the railway mail service the Nail clerks on Tram so. 8, Are prohibited from sex 1 Chang us mail Visith the Marble Rock Porto twice on sunday afternoons. This order goes into e to tact May 1st and is in Harmony with a similar order for Kock Ford and Greene and Otner offices along the line. In order to accommodate the patrons of the office postmaster Mies will open the Vilice at 10 o clock in the morning Anil keep it open until 12.45. Lue Cedar Rupi Utt Pouti will be made up As heretofore. This arrangement goes into effect sunday May 1. Paul Fleck returned Home w. L doughs oboes re the Best. See them Ludwig 3. The on Dit club with Bliss Forest Losee monday night. Mrs. Hicks of ozarks i la visited with mrs. M. Dams Over sunday. Hin. Earth is building a Large new barn Phil Baltimore is m charge of the Job j. Burgardner of usage visited with friends in town the first of the week. J s. Garber has been appointed and qualified As Justice of the peace for Scott township or. J. Mccray who accompanied mrs. Porter to Minneapolis returned last Weigand the Hockford tailor was interviewing some customers at this place tuesday. De Rand Tell left for Colfax Iowa monday where he will receive Treit ment for rheumatism. The . Aid society will meet with mrs. Hilburd thursday afternoon my 5. All Are cordially invited. Or. Gregory who has Deen visiting with a. Jasper returned to hib Home at Mason City last thursday Fred Peterson is very sick with pneumonia at Tai hotel Mibb Viiu Gerald a nurse from is taking care of him. Or and mrs Carl Brandenberg who attended the funeral of mrs. Branden Berg s Broiher returned from Wisconsin the first of the week. Mrs. Geo. W. Gates mrs. H. N. Merrick mra. R. C. Tift Allen Watee. Mrs. M. K. Wilson Joseph Willoth and mrs o. W. Bowman went to a Edna rapids on the Odd Fellows excursion tuesday morning. Six Mcfall and family left for okla homa tuesday afternoon. Jura. Mccall lives at Peabody Kansas before joining her husband in their new Home. Prosperity attend them or. And mrs v. E Porter went to Minneapolis instead of Mason cite As reported hot week. Or. Porter returned monday and informs us that Nis wife underwent the operation successfully and is doing Well. He expects her Home j sometime next week. Miss Bertha Ackley teacher of the intermediate department of our schools sent out neat cards to the patrons of the school the first of the week on which was written intermediate children at Home Bud Day Arbor Day april 20, 1904, undoubtedly a Tine program will be rendered. A lady of High degree who never goes to without a drink of Rocky Mountain Tea. Be nails a. J. Asper co we learn that prof. J. C. Sanders superintendent of the Rockford schools has accepted the tendency of the schools at West Union Iowa. While at Rockford last sunday we heard nothing but regrets that or. Sanders has found it expedient to change his held of work. Prof. Sanders has placed the Rockford schools at the head of the educational institutions of the county by Hie ener mrs. Edith Winn is on the sick list. Mrs. D. G. Wini Bell is on the sick list. Did you new Green we eels Sloe ent d s. Mccray reports the following new arrivals. To or. And mrs. We. Brow tues Day april 2c, 1904, a daughter. Or. And mrs. . Witter. Tuesday april 2g, 1001, a daughter. 3ir. And mrs Claries Ackley saturday 23, 1904, t. Ten Pound boy. 11. C. Ca Reelmar from Kansas City sunday with his Cousin or. J. Mccray. The Marble Hock orchestra will give its i 30o dance at the opera House next saturday evening. Weber Mills Bave concluded to leave Rock Ford and will probably Start a Uneit Market at Xora Springs. Abo it the oily thing the late Republic coh i sure Nylon Nas h unit on was tie Renoo nation of Hon. G. X. Haugen Short hand at Home and save expense. You will never have a better class just beginning. Marii. Judd. Remember that if you letters you desire to go South Neit sunday to mail them before h.30 o clock As there a ill he no afternoon mail. Fib if Bce of District judge is a by Nlle ii one and no Man should be pro posed for it whose fitness is doubted by a Inge number of the people it the county in which he resides. Our Charles City f. Lends made a serious mistake m springing upon the convention a Man whose claims to the office had not previously been presented to the voters of the county. Eleew Bere in this Issue will be found the Bennou nement of e. B Rosenkrans for the Otyce of county Audett r. Or. Rosenkrans is too Well known in this co Muir Lily to need an introduction at our buds. He was born id Marble Hud grew to manhood among our Copl All know that his qualifications for the office to which tie aspires Are dispute. He was one of the first graduates of the Marble Rock school and is a graduate of the Cedar rtt ids business College. He has Beld the office of City clerk and for the past Sis years has riled the office of assessor. He is Quick at figures a necessary Quali Flea if n for a successful auditor. His q i Lith Ytaas Are so generally conceded by his Home people that he will undoubtedly be conceded the selection of a delegation from this township without opposition. As a member of the county Noemi trip. Net in to be has done efficient work in keeping the vote of the Republican m this township fully up to its Usu ii Arand ird. Or. Rosenkranz is 83 Jean " old and if elected we have no hesitation in saying that he will make a Good Cullaty officer. Now is the time to take a Spring tonic to purify to e blood cleanse the liver and old news of All impurities. Hollister s Rocky Mountain Tea will do the Busi Ness. 35 Tea or tablets. A. J. Asper co. The time to clean clean your system first drive out the microbes of Winter with Holster s Rocky Moun Tain Tea. It will keep you Well All sum Mer. So cents. Tea or tablets. A. J. Asper Jesse Smith informs us that Hia wife informed him that mrs. Adam Yerrick told her that mrs. Philip Baltimore receded a letter from mrs. Estella Baltimore of Gridley California in forming her that or. And mrs we. Comstock had re shipped their goods to Marble Rock and were on their Way Back to their old Houie they Are now visiting relatives in Nebraska. Don t use stimulants. You need a bracer or strengthens at this time of the year but you do not want to be left with the depressing effects which follow the use of stimulants. As a tonic or there is nothing better than or. Cidwell e laxative pepsin which acts gently but effectually on the liver kidneys a torn sob and bowels. Don t take the nostrum which Are advertised tinder the of Parilla blood l Uris Lars Etc. Not one in ten coat sins a single Ami j of the genuine Saras Apalla Root or potassium Loci take Only or. Caldwell e syrup pepsin which is told by your druggist in 50s and f bottle. A. J. 40o. Rockford will find it hard to select a successor that will fill the place made vacant by prof. Sanders. In Jer the new Law a Asod by the late legislature Marble Rock is empowered to increase its indebtedness for the Pur pose of extending the water Woi Kszys Tern of the town. An additional expenditure of n ill extend the system so that portions of our City will receive the Benefit of the present Plant and make the system self supporting personally we Are in favor of increasing the usefulness of the believe it will prove a paying investment for the town. We should be pleased to from the people and have them discuss the matter m these columns which will be freely opened to them whether they for or against the Extension. A proper die Susslon of the matter is invited sier Lont Kamack Troob a cured i we troubled with it distress in my stomach sour stomach and vomiting can truthfully shy that barn Berttia s stomach Sori liver Tib lets cured t v mind these tablets Are guaranteed to cure every care of Stom Ach trouble of this character. For bile by a. J. A put it co. As the Tibet no Aie not in touch with modern Thoy probably fail to appreciate the Cra Viry of their of sense in attacking an armed foe is bunding their country. It transpires that port Arthur was named for an englishman. Is that the reason it is doing such unpleasant things to Russia a. Clit Vigo physician this another sure cure for consumption. It is fresh air. Sleep with the window open he says. Breathe deep of the natural Medicine furnished by to t physician than or. Nature. This cure la not entirely new but Many of the Best things Are for example simple Faith Honor. All those me As old As Man but Are none the less valuable because Appie de by the experience of physician might have added that air is Good for a number of diseases besides tuberculosis. It is even Good for people who have no diseases at All. The bet that recently in id in egg a the top of a tree and proceeded to Hatch it out had evidently caught the modern disease of doing commonplace things in unusual and sensational ways considering the devastating names that Are coming from the far East it it a pity that general a of China can not get into tie game. Adm Rel Togo bus Little to Iny he told entry prefers to let the other Fol i Low do the lie Alile National Magazine do you know Joe Chappie boy who came out of the test almost penniless and has built up a National Magazine do you Joe Chappie to Man who gained his knowledge of human nature on the bumpers of freight trims trading an old Gray horse for his first printing press a Printer s Deul at 12, an editor at All phases of social life up to an invited guest on presidential trains and As special representative at the Coronation in Westminster Abbey presidents members of the Cabinet. Supreme court in does d Plomis unused states senators congressman and know Joe Chappie. They speak of his they write for his Magazine when no other Publica Tion on Earth can entice them. It in t because Chappie is Brillian Hathe has won this National reputation or himself and his Magazine his quaint originality his Home like whole some Good nature that permeates All he writes there s nothing published to Day like the National there is no one just like Joe Chappie. Maybe Sou Don t Knou cd nipple his publishers offer inc Iii. By to act Iclin Intel. Send 12 two cent Stamps and for three months you can enjoy his company r11 to tin v Iti m tie pm Mallee of up to Llie White h psf is n in t in. Tin Streit Imlah hid us ii i u i. I Lui Nurul Jive Chipple Ivull their . On pm ii him Mir ii be Little Ami lire Idali of the entire or Jim Chippie " address it i he i Modl m m f lie will cite t n in in .11 .1 .j.icl, a Cut Eriole fun it Luins in ii vol bin a a firms current cunts tire Hunt in Side of Uijun i life the i Lionil Imi t Nii Ite i can pal u s o in Iida of . 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Word s fair news St. Louis 1904 Ujj gnat combination offer. We will furnish the twice a week Issue of the the St Louis Globe Democrat with the Marble Rock journal foe both papers one year Only the St. Louis Globe Democrat issued Semi weekly or publican in politic. And has no Eiji Ial or rival great Floden newspaper. If you want All the of the world s fair All the news of the National Campaign and All Trio of the Eaith you must have the during the coming year. Now is the time stud Uri and get your the greatest of the v a full year. The Lime diaper find for in Marble Hock Iowa. Annual meeting Iowa teachers association City Iowa april 11 in. For this occasion the Rock Island Long. I Knoben Parent. Mason City june 7 9. Kock syst a Baa in ranged open rate of one Faue for the round system has arranged fare and one third j trip Tir Kois on Sale Jane 6 8, inclusive on certificate plan. For full inform also on tune 9th for trains arriving Tion Call on nearest ticket agent. J Mason City before Bood final limit june 11. Meeting of maccabees Mosinee april 13 14. J for this occasion the Rock Island i Odd Fellows picnic m Cedar april 26th 19w for this picnic the Rock i i system will make rate of one my one turd on Ptim. Ap3l Tob Rowl of

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