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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaI up to Date Wall fresh from the factory. At druggists. I 8 Marble Rock weekly published thursday Mok mugs ii. B. Sies sue editors and Runn seas. A Republican caucus for Union ship will held in the cel Boose on saturday evening april 28, at t p. M. For the purpose of selecting ten delegates to attend the county convention 1. By order of committee. Mamie Mills rides a new Sherman bicycle. John Kirsch has gone to Atli to look after land. H. L went to Cedar Falls monday. Mrs. John Trimble of Greene was id to in Friday. Mel Mcgee was a Rockford visitor the first of the week. Sid me fall has moved into mrs. Halstead s House. Don t forget to see Ludvig s new shoes before 3 of buy. Or. And mrs. Mccray were Charles City visitors yesterday. Will Vorbeau transacted at Charles City tuesday. John Bailey moved or. Buckle s goods to Allison yesterday. Or. Long the popular physician of Rockford was in town sunday. Mib3 Cora Zeran taught mrs. Camp Bell s school the first of the week. Mrs. Jake Carbiener and miss Mamie Mills were Rockford visitors monday. Lbs a Williams of Greene transacted business in Marble Rock yesterday. The Railroad company is running two gravel trains out of this station daily. J. G. Mitchell and Ina Lyra an of rope Frh n pro in if Phlp run la or. And mrs Jobo staudy attended a wedding at Garner the first of the week. Jared Clark wants his scoop and Burn shovel which some one borrowed from Bis barn. Mes Datues Ash and Bogart of Rook Ford called on mrs. L. Mills sunday afternoon. Lovel Harrison of Owens township took the train Ai Liis place tuesday for Minnesota. Mrs. Pm Rosenkrans entertained a few friends at it Carrara party last thurs Day evening. Rant Rex and Aliaa Eugene Glodery were callers at the Home of r. Of Wilbe sunday evening. Mrs. Fred Farr and miss Bird Crocker of Greene were the guests of mrs. James reams yesterday. E. Walster drove Over from the City tuesday evening to present at the Rathbone banquet. This office a prepared to do All kinds of printing. We have received a lot of Type and can furnish you with an up to Date Job on Short notice. Mrs. Niel Roach of Nora Springs and mrs. George Carman of Buffalo Center sister and sister in Law of mrs Hill have been visiting with their relatives at this place the past week. Mrs. Mary Piersol Mother of mrs. B. A Angell died at her Home at swale Laet monday. Her remains wot brought to Marble Hock and Laid to rest beside those of her departed Hus band. One of the head officials of the rail company was in town tuesday instructing the gravel gang in loading the new cars which the company is using this tear. The old c s have a capacity of 30 pounds while the new ones can loaded with pounds. Republican republicans of Scott township Mil meet in caucus at the Scott Center school House on Satur Day evening april 23th, 1900, to elect three delegates to attend the county convention to he held at Ccarles City May 1st. By order of com. Be bucked the populist convention at Sioux Falls s. D., May 9th, the a c. R. N. Will make reduced rates. Call on ticket agents for rates. 1 mils Etc. Jno. G. Farmer a. G. T. A R. N. Ky., Cedar rapids Iowa. 9 going to let 113 give you valuable information regarding your trip. We can Render you Good service and to Ket you right through from All stations on our line via new Yors and _ f no of steamship on agents j of Burlington Cedar rapids Cor Tern railway or Jno. G. Farmer a. G. T. A., b., c. R k. Ky., Cedar rapids Ion a. May31 a Rathbone Temple was organi act at tins place. Tuesday april 24, 19co, mrs mate Smith d d. G. C., of Waterloo. Tre new organization starts out with the following membership mesdames Sadie Kelson Dora Mary Vorhes Minnie Winchell Jennie Reed Belle Ward Ida m. Fletcher Esther Rex Justella Giles Elizabeth Nies Susie Rosenkrans Jennett Ramsay Jennie Mccray Christina Asper Viola Gates Matie o Keefe Sarah Shepardson Rena m. Gray Julia yorker the Misa Ess Bertha Ackley Effle Brunner Dorothy Brunner Rutn Rex Ivy Mccray. Names of knights. S. W. Mon Lnch will Ludwigjr c. T. Rex John Clay . Porter h. B. Rosenkrans will Shepardson Albert Gates will Vorhes Edgar Reed Yanu Smith Elizabeth Otto Korb grand Chancellor k. P., Boonville ind says Dewitt s Witch Hazel Salve soothes the most delicate skin and tale the Moat stubborn ulcer with certain and Good pile and skin diseases. Don t buy an imitation. A. J. Asper a co. It seems to Trofe no matter where Eugene Terf in Mac Judi Cius buyers of general merchandise ate ure to find the crowds bin to Hia a trint Loc Atida this fact. O. J. O Keefe w. L Nelson Merrick Ward we. Fletcher Charles Angell a. Rosenkraus Ashbery Ackley f. E. Gates j. W. Mccoy e. 1. Walster r. K. Winch Bill the following Are the officers of the new Temple m. E. Nelson e. Gates e. J. Jennie Mccray Brunner m. Of r. Ward m. Of Vorhes Mccray g. 0. Baily p. Rex Reed Nies Susie Rosenkrans. At the close of the evening s ceremony both members and visitors repaired to the opera House where a sumptuous banquet was served and enjoyed All. The following is a list of the visitors from abroad from mrs. Grace Long g. M. Of r. and mrs. R. Remington. From Waterloo mrs. Mate Smith in d. G. C., mrs. John Hartman and mrs. Harris. Those in attendance from Shell Reck were mesdames Carne Mansfield Geo. Hammond Geo. Taber Geo. Moid Geo. Mclntyre. J. Bement Kate jerks Mary Bollon de. Shipman Kitchen Miles Williams Anna Richardson Geo. Stanley Chute Den Oscar Mead Miller Oloney Fannie Paley Kate Varcho Rose Stanley or Sera. Will Stanley will Mcgregor Geo. Mead will Jef iks Geo. Taber Tom Wilhems. Miles Williams Volney Olony John Boyd Brockway. Those in attendance from Rock Ford were mrs. Lee Gray mrs a. J. Yorker. Or. Smith Frank Thorp. I rare pc Bement will Mcgregor j. Boyd those in attendance from Charles City were mesdames t. Allen l. W. Hamilton w. T. Knapp m. H. Vosburg j. U. Lloyd j. E. Case l. H. Henry a. B. Dood or. And mrs. Joe Reynolds. H. Ga., says Witt s piles Witch Hazel Salve cared him of that bad afflicted him for Twenty Itic Atoo a speedy cure for skin i of Duiker one a. J. . Dreadful cold Mario Kroeke. Manager for t. M. Thompson a rep importer or Fine Iii livery at 1058 Milwaukee Avenue Chica go Durniok the late severe weather i caught a dreadful cold a bib kept me awake at night and made me unfit to attend my work during the Day. One of my milliners taking Chamberlain s Congo remedy for a cold at that tic i Memed to Deive her so Harriott s fourth protest. Treasurer Harriott is out i i fourth and four column edition of his i protest. The Lahav of or. Harriott s Avo Sirion is apparent in attempted j defense of his refusal to deduct taxes in arriving at out earnings of railroads. He save when the code of per mits our Farmers to deduct Itie Mort gages on their Stock and farms in re porting their property for taxation we May then consider the proposal to per the deduct their the code of Iowa does not permit farm ers to deduct the wages Psid their help or the opera in expenses of their arms and yet in arriving at the lie earnings of railroads or Arnott de ducted All washes and operating except taxes. His associates did not propose to deduct taxes Ron the value of i he roads but did insist that in net earnings were to Wade the basis of value that items of taxes As Well As All operating expenses should deducted from Gross earnings in a at net earnings his reference to the Farmers is an attempt to Pettifor his ease lie basis his charges solely upon the question of Gross earnings. Farmers Are not assessed that Way. No assessor inquires How much was sold off the Farsi in de ii5 ocl states the requires railroads in thus assessed but it 13 not the Law in Iowa it is the Law in Mio Rigau but so badly it work that Pingree called an extra session of the legislature and made the fight of his he to get away from the Rule for which or Herriott contends and upon the basis of actual value As it prevails in Iowa. Or. Harriott Points to the assess ment the executive Council of the Sioux City i Northwestern railway and the Sioux City Pacific railway. He complains As Ever that the executive Council did not assess according to Gross earnings. He says the Sioux City Pacific is controlled the North Western and Tho Sioux City is not. These roads both run into Sious City and both run through excellent country. The Council assessed the Sious City Pacific controlled Northwestern at per mile and the Sioux City Northern at per rile. What is the matter with to. T q t n 1 or. Harriott gives Hia Case away in Tho following paragraph i wonder How will explain the follow ing exhibit to the citizens of Fott Awat Tamie county into Council Bluffs four trunk lines run. All Are about equally Well equipped and All should receive equal then he goes on to complain because the assessment is not based on Gross earnings what Are the facts the main line of the North Western Road is assessed at per mile the t q at the c r. 1. P at and the Milwaukee at he says that they Are about equally equipped and should receive equal treatment but the Council reached the conclusion thit the Northwestern Road is the Moat valuable and assessed it highest of All. When or Dobson and governor Shaw went on the Council the main Hoe of the Northwestern and the Rock Island were each assessed at per mile. They both joined with or Mccarthy in 1s9s, and voted to increase the Northwestern to per mile. Or. Harriott toted against this increase to 1900, governor Shaw or. Dobson and or. Merriam again voted to increase it per mile. Or. Harriott refused to take part id the assessment and did not vote therefor lib Contention that he toads Are equally equipped and should receive cruel treatment must us explanation for having voted against the increase id 1598. It a not the True explanation however. He bad made motion to increase the Asaeda ment a mile and when he could not have his Way about it he voted my increase. Or. Herriott disputes the statement made Bis colleagues in their report that in 1893 the paid 7.94 per cent of All state taxes and live Stock 9 26 cent and that in 1s9s the per cent of taxes paid bad deferred to 8.48, and the per cent of tote taxes paid Jive Stock had de to 6 89. The majority of the Council referred solely to state and their reply so states. This a Tare Issue and the majority of the uses which not controlled the executive Council at All it happens that in cities like Des Muich a Cedar rapids and Marshalltown. Where Are Railroad centers and much Railroad property and where levies Fiu Nate and Are in no manner uniform Init obtained such Herriott quotes. We have not taken occasion to examine. We Only protest against or. Herriott s falsifying the position of his colleagues and concealing himself behind the As sumption that they Nill not condescend to take part in a fourteen column news paper controversy the executive Council is a judicial body and not a legislative one. The statute requires the i to Railroad property like All property at its Acua value and not alone upon a Arringt. And the Council Cahoot change the Law or Iler Riott s position is that of a judge who files a dissenting opinion but dissent ing justices in order to have their Opin ions respected must courteous to their colleagues and any who flies into print with an aggregate of fourteen columns of ill tempered criticism of the majority of the court of which he is a member demonstrates his unfitness to occupy a position on the Bench state Register. G. H. Dentist Okeene office open All the week. Teff j sex traded without pain. All War ranted. Notice. Waterloo feb. 11, 1m37. Pepsin syrup co Mont Icilio. 111. Lead been a great sufferer Ron indigestion and stomach trouble until about two ago when _ began using or. Caldwell s syrup Pep in. I have found in the Only remedy to give me permanent Relief and i cheer fully recommend it use to anyone id need of such a remedy. Very respect fully yours Edward Ware Nav. A j. Asper co Low excursion rates to Cedar a voids. Call on nearest ticket agent b., c. R. N. By. For rates dates of limits Etc for meeting of Iowa retail grocers Pine food exposition and knights of kor assay at Cedar rapids april 23-23. Jno. G. Farmer a. O. E. A., b., c. R n. By. Cedar rapids la. Llavon you had trip. If you have you probably need a Relia ble Medicine like Foley s Honey cd tar to Beal your lungs and Stop the racking cough incidental. I Oley s Honey and tar count medi Cine is unquestionably the Best remedy for the Throat and lunge. Pleasant to take and is guaranteed. A. J. Asper co. Bever data 0., aug. 27th, 189 5 my daughter after being treated four doctors and being Given up for lost neighbor recommended file s kidney cure. To Day she is Able to walk several is without fatigue. I feel we would have lost her if it was not for you Medicine. Respect Felly mrs. J. M Bailey. A. J. . Cohutt Farmers Mutual insurance company Ali skin Force of members insures property of ail kinds against loss or damage file or Light Ning. Is Tho Only compant that gives insurance at actual Cost losses promptly and fairly adjusted and paid for nine years has Cost ices than one other companies charge insurance apply to the company director of your township. S. Wetherbee president a p. . Charles City Iowa had ii if. A licit Nemea to n Leive tier of i i i quickly i mine for my Wolf the record shows it acted like no pc and 1 to in Provert once i in now entirely Well to very to Kab a. J. A co. It. Or. Harriott disputes their Reni Bat to his conc lesion Ikea into City Tad municipal and i am afraid i have inherited it. I do net feel Well i have a cough my lungs Are sore am losing flesh. What Snail i do your doctor says take care yourself and take Plain cod liver Oil but you can t take it. Only the Strong healthy person can take it and they can t take it Long. It is so Rich it upsets the stomach. But you can take f sell it is very palatable Aad easily digested if you Chili take plenty of ii Cha air a cd exercise and Scott s emulsion steadily Thore is Voty Little doubt about year Rico Ery. There Iio 1 j if it they give strength and tone up the nervous while the cod liver cil ic3ds and nourishes. S to. Al a or gets. Scott _ , Yort. Any one wanting a Good team for us i Laius or Load can Jjlia 2111110 calling on l. Bucklin at his restau rant in Marble Rock. The capita City commercial co heat and. The capital City school of shorthand yous6 men s Christian Bui Loima. Ifs Moines Iowa. The greatest schools of business to inti in tins country. The Oest of every till. Board reasonable. Out Limtt Tow cure Good positions. Students May eater m aay time. Send for catalogue to he hah s Mccauley Des Modem a free trip to Paris Keif Able Perjons of a mechanical or entire mini lest Runft trip to the Varis exposition Good Balarr and t paid w Rue the 1 a tiler Baltimore my. 50 years is it f _ j. R i s path Tor Sci to Tiri to Osc hot u i ii or not of Charlrs. O or fee. Due it p is secured. A pamphlet of twin with Cost of inuit n Iii arc of eign coun Loriet c Nixt. Geo. N. Nixt bros., Greene la. Sash door factory. I. prompt attention driven to mail manufacturers and dealers in Sash i a blocks screens casings Toi m 1 Sash stairs mouldings cables Prilla porters porches Odd work Dunlap a Clos. Tanks tables cupboard. In Al t i physician and surgeon. Of re t. a j Aspis where lie May found if not professionally engaged. Jails in town or to the country promptly attended to. Office consultation free of charge. F 1v_.h a ton. J. S. W. Mcninch d. A successor to i. Bronson Marble Rock Iowa. Office open All week except wednesdays. In reasonable cases Teeth extracted without pain. All work guaranteed first class hardware and harness at prices to suit a paints. Bicycles stoves steel ranges tinware sewing machines Silva Giuvara cutlery whips fishing tackle. Valise paint brushes trunks Etc oils Etc. You Are cordially invited to Call Aud examine goods before elsewhere. Joseph Wiloth j. W. Mccray physician and surgeon. J prompt attention Given to professional Calls office at residence Marble Rock Iowa. Prescriptions compounded at office. P i in if q of q and surgeons. Office at Uji u ivc Clu residence in the Gates Block. Calls Day of night promptly attended to. Prescriptions compounded at the office. Weber of City meat Market All kinds of meat in its season. Satisfy tied guaranteed. Highest Price paid Lor bides m tallow. Marble Rock Bank j. A Shepardson . Transacts a general banking business receive deposits buy approved paper. Buy and sell Exchange. Nil wholesale prices to users our Genera catalogue quotes them. Send 150 to partly pay postage or express age and Well Send you one. It has Noo pages illustrations and quotes prices on nearly things that you eat and use and Wear. We constantly carry in Stock All articles quoted. Pc

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