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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaWashington letter. Paints yarn his , Mir resco Ala . L r has of All kinds at i drug and jewelry store i of i a. J. Asper co. J. Caloro speeding is on the tick list. Miss Mianie Vorhes is sick ton As Liburt acid cd Ami Siu Millar tended court at Cliartt a City Mobil the on Dot hib a or. Fir mrs. Trahe mond nor. E. W. Mud Sou visited with friends at Rock torn sunday. Remember Tnp us Erwin Sals it son j e. I Toxi week. Rhien Vorhaus Spe i l , the last two be irs in tie j Baciho returned Home Man Iii the i e. Aid will v it i in. Joe Ruozi March 17. Work will be famished. Or. Mis n. Kosork rns return id from their vis i. Evening. The report i pleasant cd land cites is Burtris a it horn0 fused o by i1 1 in sir num of i Ajoung trends the fave Injo. Mrs. Earnest it Obj Iho been visiting r. In tins returned to Hei Home in of Nihom tuesday. Mesdames m. J. A. E Gotts and p. K. Nies assisted by Jake Lud wig Nili entertain the Rit Bune Sisters this evening. The Many Young friends of gave him a party at Bis Home saturday even log at which time Taei presented Bun Nith a Gold watch and m. U an society will meet b mrs thursday ii Teraoku March by for Nishil. "10 be Tei. D i ser.k-1. L is of i t on i station Beira o be of 73 n the United states tie in t9lligcncar ass hat a uie it bereft 1 of a com i Dju he new station incl that a nil Tiaa Chicago will ha1 e 1.1 a e of the service. Ii Loes n t pose .13 orator but in in Iler of t or thirds for Lio d . I be of tie Sizer married. 2i at o cock l. J. Bue Hook hot wet i a car Load of goods for Minnesota 1-ist saturday. Or. And mrs. L. By Chou left yesterday for the earns place. The journal wishes them Success in then new Luoie. The car Fern band tits of have been found guilty and sentenced to be hanged. Now that the Jig is up the Bandi 1 confess to Miny a neb. The Leader of gang admits to killing Twenty three persons mud seventeen. Arlington keep our Eye on Haugen. That s what we said and now you can see some Tuma. Vou can see tie Federal judgeship go to Reed of Oresco Hausen s Man. It is a Victory for the fourth District Congress Man and will have much to do Towin insuring Bim another Teim without much Effort. Bancroft s Beautiful filters. Our catalogue is now being mailed to Ali our customers it Juu the not re Cefred one or Are not one of our custom ers we want you to drop us a card for our disc Rintie catalogue of All kinds of Flowers plants and bulks. Bancroft Falls Iowa. Died. Or. Job Randall was born in , March 1st., 1821 and Cinieri at the Home of his son or. Elmer Randall on the Lith Day of March 1904-, Tigel s j years Aud 10 Days. He emigrated to Shelby county Ohio with his parents quite Young. Here he was married to Anna he with his family Mored to a Lautoa county Iowa. In Itsjo they moved to Union township county Iowa where he has resided Antii his death. He was the father of twelve children i Fht of whom Are still living. Funeral services were held at the m. E. Church list sunday afternoon con ducted by j. Lilburn. And waa attended by a Large concourse of rela Tives and friends who thus testified to his Worth As a neighbor and Friend. During his Long residence in this cure Unity the deceased has always to Doss voted to so live to give no jul for offence taking for his guide j the Golden Rule. His remains were to rest beside his wife hid preceded h h2 1" to will be mis de by Many outside the family Circle May his ashes rest in Pence. P. M. It of or. Ali it Ria of Kot itts occurred the of daughter ague i. To Aih. At the appointed hour miss Helen grub Pauig Mendelssohn s wedding Vure u Parsons look i is ii lice in the co her of tie in Lor the it had of n tube Lush decorated puts and an Arch of and bite marriage Bells miss Aries Turner its Fol As bridesmaid and Frank Ash As groomsman precede 1 the Bride and Jronin and All took their re spectre i ices for the marriage ceremony. The Bride a As dressed m a gown of White silk and carried a Large Boquet of White loses. Was very charming both id looks and manner and seemed at ease. The bridesmaid also Nore White and carried Pink Toses. After congratulations bad been extended the company spent some time in a social Way. Refreshments were served. The guests present numbered More than fifty of these nearly All were rela Bluco Luijt Ull to 1uuljj. The wedding gifts were numerous consisted of. Cut Glass Silver and Rhona the Bride and Groom Are both Well known Here and Are much respected Ami Man Fri Suud n to Wuu them a Long and Happy life. They will go to House keeping Soin on the John Gibson Ibert wig. Review. Is not a directory. Are the Dubuque times Asasys. Parties who bad been Labouring under the opinion that the Poat Fuce is a Bureau of in for nation where the names of All the residents of the City and country can be obtained Are prone to disappointment for it won t do any Good to go to the of Rob and ask where John Brown or any of the other Browns or Whites live for the employ is of the Postoff Iee will not give the requested information. Orders to this effect been re ceded irom tee fourth postmaster Gener Al. Neither is tue department obliged to keep a list of the names of Rural route patrons posted in a Public place. In fact the making of new lists of this kind is prohibited by a recent order from Washingto. Tins order rescinding the order to make out these lists and keep to eau posted in a conspicuous place in the Post Frics will remove a great Deal of labor and trouble from the postal clerks. The lists have been a Bonanza to Many business houses and Patent Medicine Atilla Katf la eur it Willu liars and samples. The following is the letter received containing the order concerning the lists. Postoff Iee department. Fourth Assis Tant postmaster general. Washington. March 1004 the postmaster tin order directing postmasters at Rural free delivery offices to prepare and Post in the lobbies of their offices lists of patrons of. Rural free delivery routes is no longer in Force. Lists which have been posted under previous instructions a remain should be kept Eor up to Date but no new lifts shall is posted. To information conae Aning the and fir esses of Rural of local patrons shall be Given to the Public directly or in direst a by any person connected with the postal Semcer. Respectfully. C. A. D c mirth j the report or the commune i 1 , made to the House on Tho 7th Atid Aives to the Public j caused great excite Iii it Audi Ina i Titi in tit appears to be ired alike a both parties Accord i to the report no Idun a i i i transactions with of Stoice depart ment for increase of Mit or pos Tocce Buie Doirs an increase of c Erk Etc to s information was furnished by the depart ment to the committee of Winch con Gressman Overstreet of Indiana is the chairman and in response to the Reso Lution of congressman Hay of who was instrumental in having Thuc undertaken. Yesterday. the eff Cut rhe report upon the country Asil of the press had c3ni2 to Tbs no of Congress the House met under Greit excitement of consider the question whether the re port should he on the table or be 3e dated in committee of Tho whole or. Occupied an hour in trying to explain away too report and in Thore was nothing in it of which any i o member be ashamed. He wish j de to have debate off but the House thoroughly and proceeded to discus the report deeming such a course Pace is Arv Lor its own vindication. Kinchen of n c made a Iris Iii speech in which he denounced the report As malicious unfair and unjust suppressing facts which ought to have beco Given and placing of the House in a wrong position before to e country he was followed by Gen. Grosvenor of Ohio who asked Why the report had been presented what was its purpose and what it meant. He indignantly denounced the committee and especially the Postoff Iee authorities for giving out the information which it contained and publishing it to All the world. He it was conceived in sin and Boru in iniquity and had gone on its deadly Way until it struck the House. He paid a glowing tribute to the honesty fairness regularity and Hirvi in Ronso of in Holh so Raja of the House sad said he doubted if a More respectable body of Toneu could be that a congressman had a Light to do All he could for his constituents and that it was his in Pilege to Send his advice and opinions to the postmaster general he deplored the fact that at a time when the Public nerve is Strung to a High tension Over the coming presidential Campaign such a Docu ment so malicious and misleading should be Given to the Public the discussion raged All of monday Anc tuesday and was continued wednes Day it will Echo and reverberate for Many a Day. The Gist of the whole matter is that these gentleman were too willing to oblige their importunate constituent who clamoured Lor an increase of salaries or clerks and induced their Represa Tives to write urgent and Peppery letters to the postmaster sen Earl. Now that these missives appear in cold Type they do not look As Well As they did when under Seal and the postmaster Genera is seen to occupy anything but a comfortable position in his in Deavors to satisfy All Tho members of Congress possibly publicity May work a cure for this bad habit As it is assumed it will clubbing offer for 1904. Tuke a week Tel ii journal p t year incr us Multi col i per lir mind i Cial a it thief Iii a trivium. Us Are Able to make our i Viii r a Rombis Iatrou Olu i the two one ear and the Imperial Chilli coloured map. It Yular for a Iii tie Fanner til one k the Iee a paper in die North it i often called the Ina or fanner1 daily. In irn is in co Ulen etl form the setts of the entire Market report make it to the Farmer who bus or veils tie Farmer Trimne i. Tie Ideal family you will be fully Wippl red Vith in a of Tonery for an entire ear by subscribing for the Fanner Tribune in connection the Maink Bock journal. Imperial Choice of Iowa. Minnesota Avi con in. North and South Dakota including the United state and the world. Uri usual ail most practical Ever published. The Multi coloured map i engraved and printed for the farmers1 Tribune and and the Marble Kock journal. In valued at and i easily Worth the map cannot be purchased from tones nor 8, world the above engraving does not to in Stine to the map. The Bevin if color effects cannot be shown nor can the exclusive nor lasting features of the enamelled finish be produced. The map must be seen to be appreciated. Be sure and sin a tech map is Minnesota Wisconsin North or South Dakota. Address All orders to the Farble Rock journal. Entertained at dinner at the White House judges Holmes and Day were invited to meet him As Well j As several he president Bas dec ded that he will be unable to attend he Celebration of the birth of the Republican party at Jackson Tsieh on he Goth of july lie Hopes to 7c to Gettysburg on memorial Day. I the president Bas indicated his willingness to join the new University j club just organised in Washington of which Secretary Taft is the i a silent and Secretary Cortelyou vice presi Dent. Coiled settled on tier Lames my laughter had a terrible Coush which settled on her says n. Jackson of Danylle 111. Tried a Greit Many remedies without Relief until we gave her Poley s Honey and tar which cured refuse substitutes. A. J. Asper co. Well aka ten the Many friends of John Blunt will be pleased to that he has entirely How often Ion hear it remarked it s Only it and n few water learn mov this is of j tent n Horter is . Souid nor i Boscu s cough j Monoa Iod bad filled to give Relief. Remedy counteracts any tendency to Ward pneumonia i. It cure and 13 to Uke. For by a. J. Ism. Chamberlain s pain Bdrm cured in test doctors in the town the prompt Relief from pain which this liniment affords is alone Worth Many times its for by. A. J. Leper the general condition throughout the country remains unchanged and is As favourable for the administration As any one could wish. The real trouble is in the democratic parly which appears to be at a without soil or rudder. Advices show or. Hearst is making considerable headway in Illi Nois and a few other states but old democratic politicians ignore him and his pretentious. As yet they have found no issues to place before the people and As these have til fallen in line upon important legislative questions the Bare Cut the ground irom under their feet the president has decided that it be Wiser and More Dign ised to remain at Home this summer and let the Campaign take its natural course later on in the near future when gov j Odell gets Orer the grip he Wilt Tisi j the president but he will decline to become of the National Republican committee on the 5ih inst. Speaker Frothingham of the mass. Hotte of representatives was Harcourt deceived Gladstone. Gladstone hated tobacco in every j form and while Premier of England said once reproachfully to a close Friend you have Boon smok ing this the reply was i have been sitting for halt an hour in the room of sir William Hartoun who is a great or. Gladstone said nitty Sunrise i knew he smoked. A must be always very careful in changing his before he romps up to Harcourt being a member of the Gladstone Cabinet. Foley Honey tar cures coughs and colds ours Orun Cotus Anu a Atuaia. Cures croup and whooping cough. Cures hoarseness and bronchial troubles. Cures pneumonia and la Grippe. A. J. Co. Reduced rates to California March 1 to april 3o. That Lorg Loo Tecl for California Opportunity is la Ere at last. March 1 to april of the clock Island system will Bell tourist tickets to principal Points in California at these Low from Chicago. From Missouri River Points. From Marble Hock Iowa. Tickets Are Good in tourist sleepers which the Rock Island runs daily. Chicago and Kansas City to los Angeles and san or Ranciato Way of Elpaso three times a week via Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City. March and april Are the pleas attest the California so because at Home they Are usually the very opposite tickets berths and full information at All Rock Island ticket offices or by addressing Ixo. 0. Farmer. D p. A., Cedar Spida weak men a Star what Peffer Sner vigor did it acts Potter fully and a Niche. Cures nil others fail Young nip icon. Absolutely guar lost impotency either Era Flutur 31 Emory wasting Dis find All exec la not try few and i inn Cadion ii in Anniv

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