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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - June 8, 1911, Marble Rock, IowaFor. Extension of time of the extremely Low Price of Brindock tonic until july 4th we will sell four one Dollar bottles of the tonic for the Price of one. A. J. Asper co druggists. Cliff Bailey is blowing Corn for or. Russell. Mrs. C. J. O Keef was a Charles City visitor Friday. Mrs. C. S. Moore of to Kford was in town tuesday. Webster Reed visited at Waterloo first of the week. Miss Pearl Armour Vii of mends Ini Charles City sunday. Miss Fern Smith badly Poi one while in the Woods miss Alma Smith to Tum he to with her of rants. Miss Dana Merrick has closed her school at Clarksville and is Home for a vacation. Henry Scon Leit tuesday Tor hat Field ark., and other Points to Iirth a location. Why worry about the excessive heat when Heyl s delicious cold soda will make you forget it. 40 mrs. Lewis Squires of Greene and her sister from Wisconsin were guests of miss Millie Losee tuesday. Miss Myrtle Barr left tuesday Lor South Dakota where she has taken up a claim. She will be gone about four teen months. Ice Cream sociable at go. Reed s wednesday evening june 14, to Benefit Scott sunday school. Every one cordially invited. Mrs. William Packman received received word of the serious illness of her sister at Long Beach cali., and departed for that place tuesday. Card of thanks. To. The Auto Drivers who so kindly assisted us decoration Day pc wish to extend our sincere thanks. It was very much appreciated. Secretary of w. C. School report. Names of those neither absent nor tardy for month. Lester Wilson Harold Wilson Helen Maxson even Ruth Walker Delia Stroud Bessie Weisman Albert Shaw Lynn , Edith Nelson. Ruth Volker Lias been neither absent nor tardy for the j ear. Myrtle Barr teat her primary Lester Wilson Bud Cates Bessie Weisman Eva Smith Ruth Volker Lynn William Walker Leo Ritter Gladys even Frances e. Nies Beth Shepardson fee Joslin scholars. Willie Baily Vorhes Licila Imken Ero Delia. Stroud Marcia Fae Kirk Maurine Ramsay Albert Shaw Harold Wilson Lloyd Parcher Helen Maxson Merle Manchester Estella sheets Floyd Shaw wishing ice in the evening must let us know by 6 p. Sunday hours Are from s to 10 . Manchester k Ackley. Phones 48 and 4-87. Miss Daisy Crumb received the Dia mond Ting in the voting contest at the air dome saturday evening. She also was the Happy recipient of a Gold watch from her Uncle Fletcher on her graduation Day. Frank Kellar met with an Accident tuesday afternoon. While standing on the Hub of a wheel on his Wagon near elevators his horses started up and or. Kellar fell backwards strik ing Yon Hio had and rendering him unconscious for some time. C. W. Hart and e. H. Bennett were in town monday looking Over a teas Ible plan running Tia. Car of the Charles City Western nearer to the Center of population. It is expected that before the fourth the service in this respect will be much improved. The township trustees Are improving the Hill near the residence of c. D. Smith. The Road to rated about two feet and filled in with crushed Rock on top of which will be placed a coat of gravel. The county Stone Crusher will be set up in a few Days in the Smith Stone Quarry and the work pushed As fast As possible. The county will Bear s200 of the expense. The graduating exercises last Day evening were Well attended i in sideling the weather and the fact i a show was in i. Lii time. The orations were original and were delivered with credit to the. Authors. The Quartetti some excellent music and prof. In Man in delivering the diplomas gave a up undid talk to the class. All in All the graduating exercises of the class of 1911 were fully up to the previous record made by the Marble Rock schools. One of the most delightful social events of the season occurred on last thursday afternoon when mrs. Rob Ert Ramsay entertained the ladies of the even dozen club at a three course five o clock dinner. The color scheme of Pink and White was carried in the decorations. Places at the oboe were found by place cards and Johw a adv after which the time was in a. Pleasant social time. Mrs. V. Is. Porter of Cedar rapids was an honoured guest. All voted mrs. Ramsay a Royal hostess. There is one Medicine that every should be provided with and during the Timmer Colic cholera and of Rhea remedy it is almost cer to needed. It costs but Aqua Chi pm afford to be without it Jwuc iqra All dealers. Second primal y. Pupils neither absent nor tardy Dur ing the month ending Jurre 2, 1911. Maxson Howard Stroud Julia Ackley Willard Hill Harold Mills Ruth Vorhes Dalton Knesel Rosa Jandl Anna Jandl Jennie evens Lelah Inman Olive Ackley. Ruth Vorhes was neither absent nor tardy during the school year. Lola m. Walker teacher. Junior grammar. Pupils neither absent nor tardy Howard Hill Basil Mcelroy Clil Boom Jerm Bucklen Harold my Leroy Vorhes Galen Rex Loren Ackley Patricia Walster Merle Osier Ruth Ackley Katie Paulis Hazel Manchester Fern Armour Gladys Inman. Merle Osier and Patricia Walster were absent one Day during the year. T Iti no f High school report attendance monthly and neither absent nor tardy for month ending june 2nd, 1911. Lowell Ciao Viola sours Luella Vorhes e. Wayne Smith. Names of those in her absent nor tardy for the school Lowell Clay Vio. Sours Luella Vorhes. L Inman Prin. A dreadful wound from a knife gun tin can Rusty Nail fireworks or of any other nature de mands prompt treatment with Buck Len s Arnica Salve to prevent blood Poison or gangrene. Its the quickest surest healer for All such wounds As also for Burns boils sores skin eruptions eczema chapped hands corns or piles. 25c at a. J. Asper co. Baptist Church notes the attendance at Scott Center last sunday was encouraging. A sunday school a organized with mrs. Bald win As superintendent and Willard Kinney assistant. Sunday school there at 2 o clock next sunday. Preaching june 18, at 3 o clock at the close of sunday school. Men and women Young and old Are invited. The children s Day exercises Here in town next sunday evening at 8 o clock. A Good program is being pre pared. A Large audience is expected. Come. We were glad to see sister Kanter Able to be at Church last sunday. To a Texas visiting her relatives and will assist in the children s Day program. A Large reunion of the Maxson and related families was held at the Home of Bro. John Maxson tuesday after noon in Honor of mrs. Bertha Hutch Inson and Idalia Maxson. The former will depart for her Home at Joplin mo., soon. W. A. Nelson. The trial of the six druggists of Floyd county charged with Elegal sales of liquor came off before judge Clyde last Friday. The charges i against the druggists on the Cheka lilies and no actual illegal sales were proven. The Point on which the drug i gifts were caught was in not keeping a recon Book of sales most of them filing duplicates of requests for liquor. The Law says that a record Book must be kept. The court made an injunction order against the druggists which prohibits them from sell ing liquor illegally but allows them to sell in conto nit with the Law. The injunction throws the costs on the druggists and if any of them are1 Here after convicted of Selling liquor con to Law they will be subject to All the penalties of the Law and in addition a Fine not exceeding or one years imprisonment in the county jail for violating the injunction of the court. Of Christ notes. The ladies Aid society will meet thursday at 2 30 p. With mrs. Moody. Plans will be made Tor the big dinner to be served at the Sam sours building july 4th. There will be a meeting of the of Lucial Board thursday night at of clock at the Church. All members Are requested to be present. Those who have missionary boxes or envelopes for the children s Day offering will kindly bring them to Church next sunday. The regular prayer meeting topics will be used hereafter at the wednes a proper the Christian Endeavor prayer meet ing. Will be held next sunday evening by Jane Walster. All Young people who do not attend elsewhere Are invited. John w. Moody pastor. E. Church notes. It so Good to have Nice last sunday once again. We marked the Good effect it had on our congregations. Next Sabbath or. Billingsby of our methodist Hospital at pcs Moines will preach morning and evening Tor us. He is Well Worth hearing. The ladies Aid Twenty or thirty in number will go to Clarksville on next wednesday morning at 8 30 to be entertained by the Aid society of that place. Six delegates from the Epworth league and three from the Junior Lea gue will leave next Friday afternoon for Waverly where the District Lea gue will be held lasting trom Friday evening until sunday night. T. A. Trimble. To picnic at Marble Rock at the meeting of the sunday school Board last evening Tor the transaction r t Mill i m i i oxfords we have just received a new line of j the latest styles in ladies oxfords v f t 4 men s Straw hats in All shapes and pineapples. Get your pineapples for Canning no to As they Are higher. Highest Price Fon a kegs. J Road notice. 01 Pel la work and the preparation for child Ren s in june the decision was reached hold the annual picnic about the Middle of june on the Shell Rock and to Endeavor to get the entire school attend. The officials of the Charles City Western were interviewed concerning the Price which they would give the school in the event that several Hundred would go and the Price of fifty cents for adults and Twenty five cents for children under twelve was proposed by or. H. E. Bennett. This Price was considered to been tirely satisfactory to All and a motion to hold ithe picnic on the River near Marble Rock was unanimously accepted. A committee of three will have general charge and will announce the Placa and the exact time for holding the picnic in a few Days. The general arrangement committee is a d. E. P. Humnell and John Charles City press. Whooping cough is not dangerous when the cough is kept Loose and expectoration easy by giving chamber lain s cough remedy. It has been user in Many epidemics of disease with perfect Success. For Sale by dealers. All any agent coming to your door you do not know May a a scoundrel and he May be As honest As Dav is Long. But you Don t know and i your duty to be prudent and not Nibby iat every bait. You Don t want to be caught yet Many Are by signing receipts or other innocent Lookin papers Foi these i armless Anc simple looking documents have Al ready turned up later As Bona fid notes. The woman of today who has Good health Good Ood eyes and a Lovely complexion the result of Correct living and stood digestion wins the admiration of the world. If your digestion is faulty Chamberlain s stomach and liver Tab Tets will Correct it. For Sale by All dealers. Our advertisers Are your friends inc they want you to know it. They arc1 trying to help you in buying the est material at the very lowest Price. That is the Way they advertise ind of they arc All honest and truthful men. By patronising them you cannot Osc but our paper and our common win gain. The uniform Success that has at tended the use of Chamberlain s Colic cholera and remedy has made it a favorite everywhere. It can always be depended upon. For Sale by All dealers. Whenever we growl and demand higher wages we should be Wise enough to see that we Are simply forcing the prices of the necessities of life higher. The Price of labor deter mines the prices of All other things. It is unreasonable to be paid for making a certain article and then Hope to buy it for j2.so. We Are not paid by any Trust for saying this. What others have done can be per formed today by our Young Are in a threat measure the architects of their own fortunes. Upon them selves alone rests the responsibility. They have it in their Power to either make or unmake and every Young Man should earnestly and seriously ask himself which it shall be. T is worse than use less to to Kean Medicine internally for muscular or chronic rheumatism. All that is needed is a free application chamber lain s liniment for Sale by All dealers. State of Iowa j Floyd county is. J office of the county auditor. Inn 3. 1911. I to All whom it May concern. The commissioner appointed to View a High win at the North Corror of be Torr two township ninety four North Range and the South West Corner of be Tion thirty five township ninety five 95 North Range seventeen All West of the j 5th p. M., in Floyd county Iowa and running thence East one mile to j intersection with count Road no. One Hundred seventy three 173 j along land owned by j. L. Earth Mary j Earth Wenzil Musil Nichalos Puhl and Maggie Schmidt and terminating at the North East Corner of said Sec Tion township Ninet four j 94 North Range seventeen 171 and the South East Corner of the said Sec Tion thirty township ninety five 95. North Range seventeen All West of the 5th p. In Floyd county Iowa. The said Road to be forty feet wide Twenty feet on each Side of the Section line Between said sections two 2 and thirty five 35 and being a continuation of county Road no. One Hundred ninety five 195 and intersecting county Road a73. The Rouil to be known As a continuation of county Road 195, has reported in favor of establishing the same und All objections thereto or claims Tor dam Ages must be filed in the auditor s office in said county on or before noon of the 9th Day of August 1911, or such Highway will be established without reference thereto. H. B. Rosenkrans. Seal. County auditor. 7-14-21-28 Are you planning on a vacation will j i c Public and comr Ancer. Iid collection agent. Muj and real estate few to Iorii on or Long tilt in sums to suit customers. Where be this year there Are so Many delightful placet to choose from it s hard to decide whether it will be feat South East or North. Toward whatever Section your inclinations May lie i suggest you come and see me. Let me help you plan your vacation and save you the annoyance of details incident to the trip. If i Haven t All the information at hand i can get it quickly and will advise you promptly. Any Way give me the Opportunity to serve you. Pm Early. Rock Island Pat ton s sole proof floor coatings Are not like any other coloured famished As their name implies sole proof coatings Are made for floor to be we Ltd on and to withstand Wear yet sole proof coatings also lend them selves admirably to the refinishing of furniture and Interior Woodwork. Sole proof training outfits enable even the Novice to product natural Wood effects on All tons of surfaces. Try sole proof on worn Oil cloth and linoleum. It s Fine. Sale or two floor Bitsi the Equlier Rook. C. S. Moore attorney at Law Rockford Iowa special attention to settlements of estates. . Chamberlian Blacksmith Woodwork. Horse shoeing made a Spe Fialty. We do All kinds of Wood work and solicit your patronage in this line. We guarantee satisfaction of All our work. Toko Mutt nut Patton paint co. J. A. Ryon. Mary e. Ryon. J. A. He optic Ian of Linnes City Iowa will make his next trip to Marble Rock. Tuesday june 27th will be at the store of Fred Erick Heyl. Office hours 11 a. To 6 p. Will test your eyes free Aad guarantee to please you. Wiles. T. Bex fashionable berber and Hairdresser hot and cold Baths also agent for for Sale in Marble Rock by Frederick Heyl. Fout show car for eighty aces of land outside City limits of Mable Iowa and Nea c. C. W. R., known As the Pete Halstead Lichty. Here is a snap i Man wishes to retire from Active life and yet have All of the pleasures of City and farm life and escape City taxes which Are High. No Bette land to be had at any Price and the fist Man along with one Hundred Dollas an acre takes it. Also Tome town Pipperty for eleven Hundred Dol is and live acres of Timber land Fow Hundred dollars. Address g. W. Halstead r. D. No. A Visalia California. Apil 13m3

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