Marble Rock Journal in Marble-Rock, Iowa 18 Aug 1904
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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - August 18, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaIn Olin Petticoat so Sis petticoats tit better than any others whatsoever. Look to the petticoats them selves for confirmation of this statement they re made with a scientific Demi Yoke that ensures Correct coun Lour at the Waist and hip lines. Black that sold for 84.50, Sale i ice Black petticoats that sold for 4.0u, Sale Price Black petticoats that sold fur 2.00, Sale Price Black petticoats that sold for 2.73, Ile Price Black Petticoat that sold for 2.30, Black petticoats that sold Foa 2.25, Sale Price. Black Petticoat that sold for 2.00, Sale Price Black petticoats that sold for Sale Price Black petticoats that for 1 50, Sale Price these bargains must be seen before they can be appreciated come in and let us show you these values we can cheerfully say that you will be Well pleased Tor they Are Par a free Coupon Given with each skirt sold you the bearer is to a pattern free of charge. Remember we give big discounts on shoes crockery car pets lace curtains. Dry goods notions and furnishing goods. The Best 65c Overall that Ever sold Over the counter for Only 40c. The Best work shirt made for Only 40c. Eind be w. Buchholz son m in season mrs. Price s Canning compound spices for All kinds of pickles Colic cures for the children cholera cures and Louse killer for the chickens. At Asper s. Rappal Bros. Co. Live. Stock commission rooms 113-117 Exchange building Chicago live Stock Market. Its. M. B. Campbell has rented nut s House on Kiver Street. Lightning struck a tree on the North of t t1 or Purv o Sands night. Mrs. Crumb and mrs. James reams attended the funeral of the late mrs. Warner at Rockford last Friday. A number of our people Are to joking. Camp life on the backs of the Shell j Hock. T. D. Mccray has Laid Dowa a new i Cement b Dewalk on the South Side of his w. Stroud and sons did the wort. Mrs. Eliza Jane Halstead who has been visiting with relatives and friends in Greene returned the first of week. The m. E. Aid society will meet with mrs. J. N. Wiloth thursday afternoon August 25. A full attendance is de aired. Sweet Violet club will meet at the borne of miss Telora speedling thursday August is at p. M. By order of Sec. Mrs. Squires who has been the guest of mrs. E g. Squires the past week radar and to her Home at Ora Springs last priday. Vera Wallace is visiting with relatives at Greene. A family re Union took place at the Home of or. And mrs David tuesday. A number of the family j were present and a l enjoyed the of cation. George Ashing of Wau Keelia Wisconsin is blending his summer vacation with by wife s parents. Sena Tor and mrs. A c. Spaulding. Miss Jennie hutches returned from Mason City Laet thursday Viherek she fans been spending a few weeks with her grandparents or. And mra. 1 m. Hutches. Charles City la Banff. Winterick arrived Home this morning from Paris bringing with him three Fine imported stallions one a Bay belgian horse one a Percheron and one a French draft horse the latter two Black. They All weigh in the neighbourhood of pounds each. They Are the finest specimens of horse flesh Ever brought to this county. They Cost in the neighbourhood of to get them Here. Or. Winte Ink purchased them especially for Breed ing purposes. They Are 3 and 4 years old. And Maude Rolder who ass been visiting with her grandmother mrs. C. T. Ackley returned to her Home Nora Springs yesterday. Mrs. Zeidler and son veil and mrs. Howard of Rockwell were the guests of relatives and friends in this City the first of the week. Mrs. Isaac Forney. Of Ditson. Illinois and or. And mrs. Ralph Greene were callers on or Frank Nice sunday. Mra. Roe who has been visiting with her Mother mrs David resins for several weeks returned to her Home at St. Paul yesterday. Mrs. R. C. Tift met with a serious Accident at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. H. N. Merrick last monday evening Tift Wae putting away a bag of clothe pipe near the cellar stairway when made misstep and fell Down the fortunately no Bonhs were broken but the severe Jar confined her to the bed Tor several Days. Spec Butlre the Dwire to get Rich Quick leads buy Obe conservative Man and woman into til kinds of speculative a pm Turea Many of White turn out disastrous if. There absolutely do speculation or risk attending the us of or. Cal Well s Stropp Peio which is guaranteed to five Tief Octine in All cases cd gation by sperms m4 Kindred troubles. Ask your drug Pat. If to Dom not keep it. Send Hie i to Pef Wio syrup co., Montt Celio. a nil Arpir t co. Biennial elections. Before the people vote to adopt the proposed Amend to the Constitution for Lennual elections would it not be Well to consider its application in detail to our present Public affairs and become thoroughly satisfied of its probable Ope ration before the change is made. The amendment authorizes the legis lature to make any Chancre in the length Russell of of the terms of Ollie gals Over which it has control As it May deem Best. Under our present Law our con y boards of supervisors have the levying and disbursement of More than half our Public times and the vital interest the people have in the management of their financial county affairs is manifested annually in the selection of members of the county boards. The further fact that boards of supervisors realizing that be third of the members Are called on the carpet annually to Render an account which involves the action of the whole Board compels the strictest Economy and the most careful expenditure of the pen pie s funds. The Law which changes one third of the membership of Conn y beards annually and leaves two buds of the membership who Are thoroughly acquainted with the Public business has worked and be Stock a air ably for Many and has proved a Union Stock Yards Chicago August 17, 190 i. Beef and hog values reached a higher level this week which was due Princi Pally to miniature supplies and the Piston Rod of Competition vigorously say rip pal Bros. Co., of Chicago in to special letter to the journal and they advise As follows the Panorama of the cattle Market shows that beef producers hewed to the line of conservatism a and in Conse Quence Trade in that Branch of the Market sustained a healthy reaction. Good cattle sold freely at 83 to 56.25 the Pace being sat by Export and ship Ping buyers. Packers bought uns tinted by and City butchers also purchased a goodly Supply of the receipts. Strikes cattle values will not reach a Sijher has been maintained during the last two weeks. If Packer Gitonn and the new York strikes c Ninne indefinitely Only Normal supplies can be absorbed at prices nominally steady Tith tie ores that have been paid lately. Vybel the strikes Are settled both the Western and native beef growers will Cut Loose at the Sams time and it needs no to divine what Sill happen to values. Re sults in such an extremity would be disastrous. Therefore we say dispose of your marketable cattle let them come next week if possible. Activity was rampant in the beg House and daily supplies with the exception of heavy packing grades were absorbed rape div at stiff prices. Eastern ship pers were Good buyers and gave the Market its imps is taking the Light and medium weight end of the crop. Pack ers were also Good prices ruling higher on packing Quality or mixed. We Are optimistic Anent the hog Trade out look and fairly Well sustained markets should be the Rule. Of course every Hiag Hlado on the disposition of Lue country. If it gets Panicky and dumps a lot of porcine goods on the Market values will descend. On the other hand if shippers and hog growers will exercises discretion in marketing his porcine majesty stiff prices should reign through out the summer on popular weight hogs. Mutton receipts very moderate and sheep and Lamb Trade was steady. Shipping demand made the Market j City Hora cof Raon Uff lbs. Feeders were source. Good to Choice lambs sold at to 3600 common lambs at 83.50 to 54.2-3 Wethers at 13.85 to 54 23 ewes at to f 3 75. Ahead with a big a the Story is that since the Rock isl and railway has leased the Road the management has been Lix. This is manifested in Many ways so it is said such As cutting Down the Section gangs and allowing the roadbed to become poor. The Forre of men it is also claimed has been Cut considerably and this also tends to make the value of the Road As a pay ing investment deteriorate. Now the rub. This is nil done with n up Jacee of Many the acquisition of the Road at a Price far below its actual Worth. It is claimed the plan is part of a fixed purpose. When the Road begins to get wobbly and the sink below their Market value they will be promptly gobbled and the Roud wis belong to the Rock Island when the smoke clears off. Many of Stockho Ders of b. C. R. N. Stock claim to have scented a mouse the Moore Brothers of new York virtual Heads of the Rock i Send railway system will have trouble in forcing the Stock below its Normal value in their alleged condition Steps on that part of the b c. R. It. Officials a be to rusks Rock Island up the 99 ear lease and in this manner save the Slock from asking a general slump and St the sums time lose control of the railway. On the same authority there w 111 be something done shortly. To California and return. Lowest rate in years in effect daily August 15 to september 10. Return limit october 23. You have been waiting for just such an Opportunity As this. Take advantage of it and join the army that will invade California this fall. The Rock Island offers the most comprehensive system of through cars of any line crossing the continent. Go via Colorado return via Elpaso. For f 11 additional you can come Back by Way of Portland and Seattle. Folder giving full information free on request. Marble Rock Iowa. St. Louis 1904. St. Louis 1904 the Iowa payroll for Rural delivery mail oar riots amounted last Monte which in More than paid out or this service the previous month. Thia amount was paid out by the Des Moines office to and includes the Raue to salary under tha provisions of Thi new Law Ivy which carriers covering Standard routes j of Twenty four Miles receive jjj72c a i year instead of fro Gam. You need clean healthy bowls just As much As pure wholesome food without either you cannot keep Well. I Ulster s Rocky Mountain Tea eliminates Allim purities. Tea or tablets. 35 a. J. Asper co. The Rok Island says the Marshall town times Republican May be forced to give up its ninety nine year Leise on the b. C. R. N. Railway according to the idea of railway men by the Stock holders of the latter line who eee or imagine they see a scheme on the part of the Rock Island officials to allow the roadbed to deteriorate and thus Force at which big Teeth Anou in meeting of the Floyd county veterans association to be Hel a at Rockford Iowa August 25, 1904 a. M at Headquarters. 1.00 p. By band. Smith. Address of Burton. Clerk. M Ubie. W. D. Murtin. Ii. Grant. Music. O Harrow. Al. Brown. Music. Jean Wilkinson. Evening. P. Tire music Short addresses stories of he War. Free Coffee and Tea with trimmings i l be served to All. This evening campfire is to be some thing out of the beet tit no of the kind Ever got up in the county. There will be Good sense patriotism wit fun and wind up in blips of file works the meetings will be held in the Park adjoining the m. A lurch. Notice of proof of will. State of Floyd county to whom it May concern the will of Rosilla Conner deceased having been this Day filed opened and read monday the 5th Day of september 1904, at o clock p. M. Is fixed for dated Charles City july 1004. Wjll4rdpeurin, iw3 clerk District court. Word s fair news from. 31 great combination offer. We will furnish the twice a week Issue of the the St. Louis Globe Democrat with the Marble Rock journal for both papers one year Only _ the St. Louis Globe Democrat is issued s eight pages or More every tuesday and Friday. It is re publican in politics and has no equal or rival As a great Floden newspaper. It you want All the news of the world s fair All the new of the Tiati Uusi Campaign and ail the news of the Eaith you must have the during the coming year. Now is the time Send us to Day and get your Best Home paper and the greatest of the world s fair City both for is fill in 1.715 weekly a full year. Address the journal warble Rock Iowa. Lamps one to. Noi r highly satisfactory to the people. L def biennial sections and third of the Board changed at each the legislature would be compelled lengthen the term of to Tea 1-Ltnds plei ure. The roadbed of the line and things pertaining to its manage ment have been going to the dogs Geoe so it u c i Meu since the Rock i Slid he obtained control of the my bed sad May Trouk Boldwi for by w. Some log a to ind a. I. Asper it co "1ft Iffatt Tow a new m Art ankh to us ate out u
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