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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - March 24, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaI n f we ought to charge Mere thai Wedo. If see us for reject. J. P. So. Great subscription Marble Ilock journal 1 year Minneapolis twice a week far Orange Judd Farmer 1 year mers Tribune 1 year 1.00 1.00 total All three papers and they Are the Best of their kind for Don t Del to Day. Send your order to the Marble Book journal. Miss Slat tie Hubbard returned to Garner saturday. Rily Keams of Rockford visited with friends in town thursday. Henry Scott Tom Minnesota last week. Melvin Ellis of Charles City was a Marble Hock visitor last Wnek. Co the markets. Hogs 14.50 to 490 Oats 33c to 37c Corn 3" potatoes 00 13 Racket store Sells p. Seeds they Wjk bite distr Cir Alvin Rosenkrans has commenced the erection of bib new furniture building. School in District no 4 will commence monday april i with Forest loses As to Cher. Miss suite commenced the Spring term of school m the Randall District last monday. Sheriff fluent and Paul Fleck were in town last week. Paul returned with the sheriff. When you buy seeds it pay you to buy the beat will find them at the e Racket 3 Charles Losee and Sid Mcfall were successful in bringing in wild geese from their Hunting trip thursday morn ing. Hez Garber returned from Mason City thursday Fiers be had been skin re an examination before the local Board of pension Eiam mers. Mrs. Alien Gates went to Waterloo tuesday morning in response to a Tele phone message informing her of the ill Aesa of her daughter. Reconstructs your whole body makes Rich red blood. Rheo out impurities that have collected during the Winter. Hollis Ter s Rocky Mountain Tea is a Fumihi tonic. 3o cents. Ten or tablets. A. Of. Of co. The fire have made a change in the front of their new building. The new fire Bouse is conveniently and Cen trally located and will make the boys Fine Headquarters. Or. Grewell who at one time was the proprietor of a Cigar factory at this place died at Ionia the first of the week. Al Vin Rosenkrans and of Torge Ritter went Over to attend the funeral. Ethan Vorhes presented be editor with some Fine specimens of California fruit which were raised on the farm owned by the Baltimore whom be reports As Well pleased with their new location. Mise Eva Harmon of Ood passed through Larois Kook eur to Colorado where she goes to make her future Home. Mrs. Harmon is a great sufferer from asthma and thinks a change of climate will prove beneficial to her health. A Serure cold Tor hires the Fol Lotic from a. J. Us Batum of Bat Rille. Ind., tells its own i buffered for three months with mov Pecold. A druggist prepared me Medicine and physician pre oct bed for me yet i did not improve. I then tried Foley a hooey and and eight Dozea refuse us Ballou 4 co. Garden seeds at the Racket store. E. B. Stroud has moved into the Rosenkrans House. A. A. Stood of Garner visited at the Home of mrs. G. F. Hubbard Over Sun Day. The school Board raised the salary of prof. Nickelberg per month for the nest Jear. Mrs. Walker of Rockferd visited with her daughter mrs. James Pierce Over sunday. Miss Florence Sweet returned from Illinois last week and will spend the summer Here with her sister mrs Chas. Easterday. Mrs. 31. J. Ward As District Deputy assisted by mrs Edgar Reed instituted a Lodge of the Rathbone Sisters at Rock Ford last monday evening. The school Board passed a motion at their inst meeting of terms tha thanks of the Board to o Keefe for his efficient and impartial service As president of the Board for the past two years. Gather the roses of health for your checks while the Parks Are shining with Dew. Get out in the morning Early and Bright by taking Rock j Mountain Tea at night. A. J. Asper co. The Stool levies for la ensuing year will be 5-300 higher in this township this the has been running behind for several years and therefore decided to raise the Levy. Simon Clasey left for his new Home at Alexandria yesterday. Family will follow As soon As or. Clayey gats the new Home settled. We regret that this family has found it necessary to change their residence but wish them Success and Good health in their new Minnesota Home. Read itch Ronith would spoil this Story to Tell it in the headlines. To use in eighteenth Century phrase this is an Oer tru having happened in a Small Virginia town in the Winter of 1t02, it is a Story very much of the present i p to a Short time ago mrs. John e. Hamon of Melfa station va., had no persons knowledge of the rare curative properties of chamber Lam s cough remedy. Last she says my baby took a dreadful cold and at one time i feared she would have pneumonia but one of my neighbors told me How tins remedy had cured her Little 007 cd i Bejack or. Tag 1 u my at once and it both cured her. 1 heartily thank the of Cham two Hin s cough remedy for placing to great a cure within by i cannot recommend it too highly or a too in its favor. 1 Hope All who raid this will by it win be i we for Botto by a. J. 4 cd. Sours Vehik since receiving our new Spring Stock of elegant up to Date loot Wear we Are forced to tace the grim fact of being overloaded with shoes. We made a mistake in buying too Many shoes. Our mistake will be your gain we will sacrifice cur profit. You will save the margin on every pair. To j raise the Cash to. Meet the Bills when they come due we offer our entire Stock at sacrifice prices regardless of profits. This Sale includes our entire new Stock of latest creations in ladies Spring footwear. Hear the prices speak an elegant new line of ladies Patent leathers with mat kid tops in in fir ii l _ _ a c turn or Welt sole Price sacrifice Price ladies Vici kid mat kid or Monkey skin tops Welt or Turu Worth sacrifice Price offer All or gent at sacrifice Price we offer All ladies or gents at sacrifice Price we offer All shoes or at sacrifice Price _ t 1 i 11 13.20 i v to a ulcer ill 1 a 3 we. U boys misses and children s shoes will All be sold sacrificing the profits Mere is one Leader in men s Ork Sisoes a Goodyear Eit neat solid Ana comfortable Worth sacrifice Price on february 1st All wholesale dealers advanced the Price of rubber goods about per cent above the Winter prices. Yet Gard ass of this Advance we offer a Man s first Lubber Buou with i Sung proof vamps and rolled Edge Worth for Only and boy s rubber boots which ought to sell for at ouly. In fact everything in Stock will be sold at sacrifice prices. Is no Sci Meme. 1 we have told you facts. We made a mistake in buying. We will sell just As we say. Regardless of profits. tie every pair warranted. We guarantee satisfaction. Come in to Day. Select your Spring and summer shoes before the sizes Are broken. L. H. Sours co., your shoe dealers. Mrs c. J. O Keefe went to Waterloo Friday. Rant Rex of Greene was in town last sunday. Mrs. L. M. Smith and Lyle was at Greene Friday. 1i. Messerschmidt Bra moved into his House on River Street. M. H. Bower has moved on the yer Rick term South of town. Mrs. J. H. Haynes closed her school in District no. 7 last Friday miss Julia Bucklen returned to Cedar palls sunday to resume her studies at the Normal. The entre Nous club bad a Delight Ful House picnic at the Home of mrs. F. Gates last fuday. If troubled with weak digestion belch ing or sour stomach Rase Chamberlain s stomach and liver tablets and you will Tret Quick Relief. For Sale by. A. J. Asper co. Mill Neky will open my Stock of new Spring millinery to the ladies of Marble Rock and Vicinity saturday March 2c. All Are cordially i bated to Call and examine the new Spring styles. Mrs. A. B. . L m. Smith drove to Greene last thursday feeling As Well As usual. When he got ready to Start for Home lie was suddenly taken sick and returning to his Sisters residence via compelled to remain until saturday before he Able to return Home. Or inflame in lungs quickly to the won Erful Cura Tive and Healing qualities of Foltz a prevents pneumonia and Bax Odd set i on a. A at Yiev co. Trustees of Union township Floyd county lows will at their regular meeting to be held on the first monday in april 1004, from 0 o clock u a until i o clock p m. Con Sijer and receive proposals for Road superintendent or contractors of the township for the period of one year. All persons making application abound be i present Ana if application is accepted right to reject adv or Ell applications is reserved by the Board. By order of u. Bowman . Ward j. H. , trustees. H. C. Dak had township clerk. La Grippe coughs Jekl Quick a a to the wonderful curative Qun Liticea of Foley s Honey and there is nothing else just us Good " a j. Asper co. I trustees of Scott j to an hip Floyd county Iowa will at i their regular meeting to be held on the j first monday in april 1x1, from 1 to 4 o clock p. M. Consider and receive pro j St. Losili word s fair news St. Louis 190-t j1 6nat combination offer. We will furnish the twice a week Issue of the the St. Louis Globe Democrat with tin Marble Rock journal both papers one year Only the St. Lanui Globe Democrat h i Ned Semi weedy it is re Powals for Road superintendent or con it actors of the township for the Pence eight or More every Lue Day and Trulay. An persons making App us Licati in politic and a no equal or rival a u Cati m should be present and if Tion is accepted Mase contract with tie Board the right to reject any or All applications is resend by the Board. By Orfe Rof great Floden newspaper. If you want All the news of the world s fair All the news of the National Campaign and All Tho of the Earth von i dui Init fac now is the time f. B. E. W. . Township clerk. This Spring you will need a nerve food one that will cleanse and reconstruct 8 hid us and get your Host Home paper your energies the greatest of the world s fair tits. Koth s Korky nun Kin i i i i cuts. Iea or tablets. A. J. Asper a year. The Jokn Al Ausbie Rock

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