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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1900, Marble Rock, IowaMarble Rock weekly. H. B. Kies sox publishes. Marble Rock. T the old daguerreotypes. In the attic i found them locked in the Cedar Chest the flowered gowns lie folded which once were Brave As the Best and line the queer pal jackets and the Gay with a tapis they Tel of a old . Quaint Little folding cases fastened Wuh tiny Hook 10 it Pujji jul in Jiu by nit Latch and look. Linings of purple velvet Odd Little frames of Gold. Circling the faded fates brought from the Dayoc of o d. Grandpa and grandma taker Ever so Lorg Aso grandma s Bonnet a grandpa s col Lar a show jul other a Liny toddler with rings on her baby hands none should glittering gilded bands. Aunts and uncles and cousins a starchy and Iliff array lovers and brides then Blooming but now so wrinkled arg tax. Out through the glasses they gaze at me silting Here Ope Ning thu quaint old cases with a smile Htit is half a tear i thu Kimie no More Little pictures for heart is it was i truth. To drag to the a Light these ghosts of a vanished youth. Go Back to your Cuccar chamber your and your Lavender and dream my their bygone graces of the wonderful Days that Here. Lincoln in saturday evening Post. Johnson Ham Junior by Paul Lawrence Dunbar. Anyone will agree me that it is entirely absurd for two men to jail out about their names but. Then. Circumstances alter cases. It had its beginning in 1s63, and it has just ended. In the first Case the and Jim had Good friends on the Plantation taut when the time came for them to and seek Homes for themselves each wanted a name. The master s name was Johnson and they both Felt themselves entitled to it. When Ike went Forth to men As Isaac John Eon and Jim not to be outdone be came James Johnson Ham the re nary began. When both families moved North and Pitt level in Little Africa they had been taught that there must be oter Nalt enmity Between them on account of their names and just As lasting a Friendship on other score. But boys it natural that the rivalry should extent to other things. They went to it was a contest for leadership both in the Uijun jul Bur to Auu when Isaac Johnson left school to go to in. The Brickyard James John to Nhari not to be outdone in Industry also entered the Field of labor. Later it was questioned All up and Botn Douglass by the yay is the social Center of Little of to of the two was the letter dancer or the More Gallant teau. Ii was a piece of Good Fortune t spy did fall in with the same girl and bring their Malry into their Al airs of the heart for they there Only men and nothing could Lave inept then friends. Hut they came quite As if As they could Lor Al Ililda de Sou was As a girl a i Cutha Mason and Jakc warn her an Tiu i Rinyu inf contestant with Friend Martha for the highest social honors of their own particular set. It was a foregone conclusion that when they were married and settled 1hey should live near each other. So the houses were Distant from each other Only two or three doors. It was be cause everyone knew else s business in that locality that Sandy Worthington took it upon himself to taunt the two men about their Bone of Contention. Or. he would say. When coming from the downtown store where he worked he would meet the two coming from their own labors in the Brickyard How Are Joti an mis Tah Johnson Ham Mekin it Otah to Well i Don know that Johnson Ham is so much of a Ike would say and Jim would reply i Low it s to name than so is stealing Ham to than steal was the other s rejoinder and then his friends would double up with mirth. Sometimes the victorious repartee Jim a and then the laugh was on the other Side. But the two went .111 Cut Iii of it. Covers i work for d Strib Mion. 1 in Senatin j our address for a copy please enclose sit cents of pay postage. Geo. H. Heafford. General tas Serser agent old Colony building Chicago 111. Weit ind Lei and Central America. The facilities of the Louisville Nash Ville Kai Road for handling Tountas and travellers destined for ail Points in Florida Cuba Forto Rico Central America or for Nassau unsurpassed. Double daily hues of sleeping cars Are run from Cincin Nati Louisville Chicago and St. Lotsis through Jacksonville to Interior Points and to Miami Tampa and new Orleans the ports of embarkation for Tho countries mentioned. For folders etc., Writt j. K. Kidgell is. W.p.a., Chicago i. An a year retort. The Crescent hotel Eureka Springs ark., opens March 1, 1000. A meet desirable at Tractive and convenient resort for health j and pleasure seeker id Eal climate pure i sparkling water Best accommodations. I through sleepers via Frisco line. Write for particulars to manager hotel or to any representative of Frisco line. Ajax May have defied the lightning inf it t of record that he was food enough to trifle with a trolley City Star. Family Medicine. Moves the Bov. Els each Day. In order to be Hea try this is necessary. Acts gently on the liver and kidneys. Cures sick head ache. Price 25 and 50c. . I m neither contrary to Edgar you Are just a a acc nral Bora journal. To cute n cold in of Day take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. All druggists refund Money if it fails to cure. 25c. I of top ? his wife it is More important than if the neighbors say she is a Lovely Globe. Think Piso s cure for consumption is the Only Medicine for , Springfield 111., oct. 1, 1894. Security. Genuine Carter s Little liver pills. Must Bear signature of see pc a Lille in ppr below. To Uke n Nimr. Cartels Conort have shot . It was once in my Power to have shot Gen. said a Primith Soldier to an american As they Vitere discuss ing the events of the great struggle after concluding of peace. Why did you not shoot him asked the american. You ought to have done so for the Benefit of your the death of Washin Trum ovum rot have for their re plied the englishman. We depend cd upon him to use our prisoners kindly end we d sooner Hare shut 1 it our t. Hermle for dizziness. For no outs for torpid liver. For constipation. Floriau Owski. For Hlatt Mil cure sick headache. Dyspepsia for i we victim Orav in its worst form. I could nothing but milk Toast and at times my stomach Wolfl not resin Dinst even that i began Talrico Cascaret since then i Tare steadily improved until i pm u Well i Ever Wau Iam David h. My rpt Neihart. O. R do Etton. Or Gripe Ste Csc cuke conf tiption. A Tom to f
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