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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - October 6, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaHe proposed to the Cook for Sale by a r milk son. Dealers in stale fan groceries. Phone no 5. Free trip to Flagon City Iowa and return the grand Lodge of Iowa 100 v comprising the subordinate Gamp and meet in Mason City oct 15th to 2-d, grand time parades drills shaking Etc. The Mason City merchants with Mammoth fall stocks totalling 00, of Fer a round trip to anyone within 50 Miles purchasing goods during the above week amounting to amount does not have to be purchased at my one store you buy a round trip ticket the r r s sell them during above week which you present at any store when your Pur Beses amount to or More and amount of your ticket will be re funded. Tickets on any Day from oct. 15ih to 22d, Good return ing on Day of Sale or any Day during the week grand Opportunity for a Day or two Outing and to make your fall purchases. Flan to come. Bro s. A Ayne schermerhorn has gone to Montana. W. Bucklen was a Charles City visitor tuesday. Mrs. Julia Beelar is visiting with rela Tives in town. Bert visited at Waterloo the past week. Or. And mrs. John hitter were Greene visitors monday. Jake Carbiener is visiting the big fair at St. Louis. L. W. Inman and wife were Rockford visitors sunday. J. P. Miller and wife returned from Illinois yesterday. Mrs. C. W. Pierce is visiting with rela Tives at Nora Springs. Mrs. Oscar Woelfer of Rockford Wae a Marble Rook visitor last Friday. L. S. Horr is visiting with friends at Mitchell South Dakota this week. Miss Eizel Smith of St. Louis is visiting with her Uncle c. Bowman. Mrs. Weinberg of Hampton is visiting with her daughter. Mrs. 13en Weis Ian. Mrs. W. C. Wilson is visiting with relatives at Springville and Cedar rapids this week. John Fergerson wife and son of Charles City spent sunday with l. S. Horr s family. Mrs. August Bartz and son Alvin visited with relatives Hock Falls Over bunday. Mrs. A w. Bowman Henry Osier and Dell Merri in wife returned from St. Louis last thursday. Herman Ahart and wife and Fred Ahart wife add children were visitors at Charles City. Frank Hillman and Henry Smith were St. Louis Tisi tors. They started from Rockford and this accounts for not re porting them sooner attorney Anderson of Oelwein form Erly principal of the Marble Rock schools n wired the nomination for county attorney of Fayette county by the Kerob limb of that co univ. From Kio grand or o. A. Fie her of Ciudad Porfino Silco is employed in the Engi neers office of the Mexico International of sept. 7, 1902. Be wrote i a recommending or. Caldwell s syrup pepsin to All my Frie Odi m this Community and others spent to tit Sci or Nipo Van inn to or rat ii Deace. Mrs. Geo. W. Gates was a Waterloo visitor monday. County auditor Rosenkrans bunday at his Home in this City. Fred Bloss and wife of Greene spent sunday with relatives in this City. W. L. Douglas shoes the Best on Earth at Ludwig s. Roy sours came up from Davenport tuesday for a visit with his parents. Mrs. Cash Clay and baby visited with relatives at Charles City the past week. Or. And mrs. H. C. Dir land Are taking in the carnival at Cedar a spies this week. Mrs. E. S. Reed of Rockford was an Over sunday visitor at the bore of her son at this place. Mrs Harding of Mason City is visit ing with her parents or. And mrs. Egbert mrs. Lizzie Wells of Washington is visiting with relatives and friends in i Tula Cit Tunu Vicinity. Mrs. De Haney of Clil Herell. Minne Sota is visiting with rela is and friends in this City and Vicinity. Mrs. J. W. Tatum of Ocheyedan Iowa Baa been visiting Aith relatives and friends in this City the past week. Mrs Lormor of Jit. Auborn who has been visiting with her daughter mrs. Schany returned to her Home monday. The Violet Hub will meet St the Home of Stella Bear saturday afternoon oct. 8, every member try and be present As Tler Eis Needles and thimbles. Sec. From indigestion aches and pains i your system will be free if you la but take a timely drink of Rocky Mountain Tea. A. J. Asper co. R. J. Ackley Sunj wife mrs. Pm Rosen Krans mrs r. S. Mrs. Willard Bucklin e. W. Speedling wife and daughter Talora and the misses Ida Horr Bertha Clay Daisy Crabtree and Anna Mosier left tuesday for St. Louis where they will attend the Louisiana Purchase exposition. R. .1. Ackley wife and mrs. R. S. Vorhes will Stop off at Republic Tor a visit with George worst eld. Miss Ella Sievert Bedford South Dakota is visiting with mrs. L. Meeker Schmidt of this cite. The cumbers Bridge eang is erect ing a new Iron Bridge i troja the ankle a run South of tonn. Or. And mrs. , of Hanlontown visited with relatives m this City the first of the week. c to will Drill a Artlean Well from which it will Supply the City with drinking water. Mrs. Jesse Halstead who has been visiting with relatives in Oklahoma returned Home the first of the week. Mrs. Kena Sparks of Waterloo visited with her parents or. And mrs. Allen Gates Over sunday. The Young people gave a Surprise purty to miss Dora Brunner last Friday evening. A Good time is reported. Mrs. Geo. W. Bruner and son Arnold of which emcee Iowa visited at the Home of Jacob Brunner the first of the week. 11. N. Lier Riek visited with his wife at Alinne Polis Over sunday. He reports considerable improvement in her condition. The Marble Rock and Rickford kids mat on the local Gridiron saturday. The visitors were Defeated by a score of 5 to 0. B. A. Angell of Villard Minnesota and or. Piersol of Rockwell Iowa Traus sect business at Marble Rock monday. Prof. Holden of the agricultural col lege says that seed Corn should he selected at once. Sound ears of uniform size should be selected. Rev. Geo. Sneith and family who have been visiting with relatives Here the past two weeks returned to their Home at Toledo lows last Friday. Will Packman und wife who have been attending the St. Louis fair returned Home monday morning. They report a Good time and lots of hot weather. For Sale. I now have the Pascoe land for Sale anyone wishing a part or All of it will do Well by seeing me soon. Miles Carnet. Tie Marble Rock and Greene foot Ball teams will play on the local Grid Iron to Morrow afternoon. Both teams Are in Good trim and a Battle Royal is is looked for. Lulu Stanhope St. Louis. I used to have a horrid complexion. I took holds Ter s Rock Mountain Tea and am called the prettiest girl in the Tea or Tab lets. 35 a. J. Asper co. The upper Iowa m. E. Conference will be held at Davenport this week. Rev. Hilburn is in attendance and there will be no services at the Church next school report. Primary department. Report for month ending september 30th. No. Enrolled in per cent of attendance3 per cent of punctuality 99.1 neither tardy nor absent Jerm Bucklen Gale cloy Gylen Rei Merland s nud Blier Moffett Herold win Rose Ritter Guy Fleck Lee Cole Leonard u m John Fleck Paul Leroy Vorhes Mark Llu Bani Frank Maxson Antone Merfeld i Kuljaj. Ii to Ion Anstis Hubbard Rose Merfeld Hazal Manchester Patricia Walster Maude Harr teacher. Intermediate room. No. Pupils enrolled 23 Tvr cent of attendance of r cent of punctuality 100 names of those neither tardy nor absent Jesse ionian Eva Sutler Lowell Clay Alice Hague Stewart Hubbard Lloyd Ritter Cecil word Floyd Hilburn Tosie Kilter Talora Fletcher Mot Lett Clayton Boone aha hex Ross Rex Edna reams Harry Moore Perl Smith Pauline reams Jane Walster Herbert Vorhes Clrance Quler. Berth a Ackley teacher. Junior grammar. Number of pupils enrolled s3 per cent of attendance 9s per cent of punctuality to those neither tardy nor absent. A disastrous fire. J new y ,.k, oct. N a i it Lerell on the curb Wayne Boone Bailey Rona Hibbad Webster Reed Clifford Ritter August Smith Ernie Stroud Luella Clyde Thieman Henry Winn 17 m to Edith Clark Bernice Hubbard Jessie Koine Franb Syme Ritter Luella Stroud Forbes. Wish no in till pm Wurr if you Ever took Dewitt s Little ear in risers for bilious Ness or constipation As to the service As usual. Vice presidential candidate Fairbanks will speak at Waterloo of after noon october 11. Other prominent speakers will be in attendance and a big rally will be held. Mrs. Mat Merfeld and son Edward Merfeld and the baby from Sauk Cen Ter Minnesota have been visiting with relatives in this Vicinity the past week. They expect to return Home to Day. Or. And mrs. To. R. Kuhn left for Visalia California yesterday where they expect to make their future Home. We Hope they will find All the Prosperity they Are looking for in their Home on the coast. Sam Miller and Joe Wiloth Are run Ning opposition in the display of pump Kins and squashes. At last accounts Sam had Joe scooped on two squashes which weighed 46 and 49 pounds respectively. Joe will pay a fancy Price for a Squash that will tip the beam at 50 pounds. A new game has struck town and is said by those who have played it to be is ahead of flinch pit or any of those that were t. E rage last Winter. It is played with 28 cards numbered from double naught to double Sis and is played something after the order of cinch the Trump being bid for Etc. The game has the approval of Church Post. S. It a Sunn of Madison. Wisconsin. Shipped forty head of horses out of this City last wednesday night All of them having been purchased through the Agency of Jud notwithstanding the general supposition that Anim is of that class were not to be obtained easily in this Section of the state every horse in the consignment weighed Over pounds. Shell Rock news. Or. Geo. E. May of chaises City has resigned his position on the state ticket As District elector for the 4th District and or. Turner of Chickasaw county has been appointed to fill the vacancy. Or. May s resignation was made necessary on account of a ruling by the National Republican committee holding that National Bank officers were ineligible of or. W. B. Cadwell of Monticello 111., and the directors of the company which manufactures his wonderful remedy did not stand so High in the Community in which they live their statements Merit of that remedy would know what Pill pleasure is. These not be accorded the weight which they Ider for dyspepsia and con us am Little pills cleanse the liver j Dow receive. Their statements however re effete Tell this Iii Tvetem of All bile without pro Are by _ hundreds i voluntary Dueing unpleasant effects. They do not drug Irto to mice remedy. If Yoon Dom not Tead Bis to Pepsi snap co., 111., will you a mate bottle Tod interesting Book ice a. J. Asper co. Gripe sickening or weaken but pleas Antly give tone mud strength to the tis sues and organs of the stomach liver and bowels. Sold by a. J. Super i co. Testimonials which prove that or. Cold Well s syrup pepsin is most satisfactory cure for Coustie Putmon. Indigestion dyspepsia liver and stomach it. A j. Asper it co. S. J. Rex teacher. Grammar. Number of pupils enrolled 27 cent of attendance of per cent of punctuality 100 names of neither tardy nor absent Dorothy Bear Bernice Ackley Arno Tiernan August Bailey Verne Arthur Raymond Stroud Claud Barr Fern Smith Lotin Holcomb Judd Ritter Ross Boone Blanch Rex Lawrence Lucan Ilo Crabtree Clifford Lucian Stella Bear Minnie v. Horr teacher. High school Dep t. No. Enrolled 38 per cent of attendance 95 4 per cent of punctuality total enrolment of school 178 Edna Losee Helen Beelar pern sours us Iford Stroud Helen Alexander Maud Shaffer one Carney Harry Pierce Gertrude hear Carl Maxson Bernice Infin Coyla Crabtree Peirl Meade Delia Witter Earl Clay Walster Palmer Alyce Nicholson Guy Barr Lois Campbell Degraw Beart ohotto Harold Mccray Liura lines Walter Preston Glen Schrader Bert Palmer Harry Stroud Julia Bailey Clarence Barr the above were neither absent nor tardy. Prof. L. E. Eickelberg. To the Pau ext the reports for the close of the first month of school show but a reasonable attendance. Are you aware of the fact that your boy s or girl s name does not appear among the names of those who have neither been absent nor tardy Are you acquainted with the reason for such non appearance if so will you please cooperate with us in the future in Mak ing a More nearly perfect attendance and punctuality by insisting upon regularity and promptness of the children in the Home. In some cases we know the absolute necessity of absence and tardiness but in Many cases it might avoided by a Hittle precaution. Remember your children Are the Lofvers while no one seems to gain. L. E. E. State of Ohio. City of Toledo by Lucas county Frank j. Cheney makes oath that he in the senior partner o the firm of p. Cheney co., doing business in the cily of Toledo county and state aforesaid and that Sid firm will pay the sum of Oxe Hundred dollars for each and every Case of Catarrh that Ca Mot be cured by the use of Hall s Catarrh cute flask j. Cite key. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Day of december a. D. 1886 a. W. Gleason Seal notary Public. And acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney i co Toledo 0. Sold by All druggists 75c. Take Hall s family pills for constipation. Not a Floyd county candidate. The following is credited to an unknown author he kissed the babe and rubbed the Heads of Little Sam and sue. And swore the twins were Beautiful and wished that be bad thit Don t count tie asked about the Corn bread he vainly tried to Chew and forthwith begged the course that Don t count. But just before he of t he stopped and winked and sort of closed his so sir when slipped out to Hood the barn and took a drink with what insomnia Indef Nitolo cured. Last year 1 had a very severe attack of Indi Uresti a easily and the Southwest the lowest rates of the year will be in effect via Rock Island system and september 13 Aud 27 to Texas Oklahoma and in Dian territory. Round trip Good for Twenty one Days from Date of Sale from Marble Rock. Iowa. Correspondingly Low rates from Many other Points. Write or Call for free booklets. L. A. Chew agent. Marble Rock Iowa
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