Marble Rock Weekly in Marble-Rock, Iowa
18 Mar 1897

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18 Mar 1897

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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1897, Marble Rock, IowaWe guarantee to save you much Money on groceries As a Satis fied customer is the Best advertisement we satisfy or no pay. Yours respectfully White Rose flour. S. H. Davis leading grocer Marble elevator co. Incorporated i Charles Losee was a Greene Frank Keith s baby is on the sick list. Last wednesday. Jacob uru nuer is visiting at Kock Milan Stott was at Springs one Falls. J i m. Hutches pres. J. L. Hutches Sec and treas. J Day last week. Al Dilts of Hardy spent sunday with Lii be Foll i having put in a new roller Mill we shall keep on hand All miss of Webster City is kinds of flour Corn meal Graham arid ground feed the guest of mrs. . Oakes. A wrists ground in the lest manner and on Short notice. Also j ii. C. Mariand returned from keep on hand bran shorts ground wheat Oil meal Corn and j Springs visit tuesday. And seeds of All kinds will meet any Competition on Charles was up from morning i ices and Quality of flour. The business is run strict i Sun the past weekly on a Cash basis. Buy All kinds of seeds Aud Grain. Are Are. And daughter of _ t j Cedar Falls Are visiting in this Kev. Cule. Of Greene assisted Rev. V to now prepared to take orders for Northern russian flax heed Tor seed purposed. Look Here All general repairs at lowest prices. Plows sharpened 20c wheels rimmed o. A. Weaver 4c a disc a set Wagon Spok Wagon tongues disc sharpened shoes reset Loc Wagon tires All other work accordingly. All work warranted. C. W. Pierce Kou Inson in the meeting tuesday eve Ning. The rain tuesday night and yesterday morning reduced the Snow Banks to a considerable extend. The Best cough cure is Sli Iloh s cure a neglected cough is dangerous. Stop it a once with Shiloh s cure. Sold by storm windows Winter is Here and you will need leave your order now r. Ramsay 11 a i Aat 11i Jake Ludwig is Marble Rock weekly j m0re, Iowa. Miss Lou Lubbard Lockford. U siting at Whitte local news. Sun Dayed at from flax 8 50 to go new Oats 10 to i la cents Oats 00 to 14 cents. Corn. 06 to 11 cents hogs 50 to flags of ets. Chickens 3o cents turkeys. 7 cents ducks 6 cents hogs Are up. Eggs Are Down. Or. Archers band is doing Well. Are. Bake Mao has been on the sick list. Rant Rex was up from Greene last sunday. The demand for houses is greater than the Supply. Mis. J. F. Gates of Albert Lea was in town the first of the week. The Smith millinery Stock h is been moved into the Crabtree build in. The Mississippi River is on a Bender and thousand of Homes Are in danger of destruction. Bert paid Leniord returned Home his trip Las saturday. Andrew Smith and wife of Rockford. Were in town monday. Wyatt was Down from Rock Ford last monday on business. Professor Anderson is spending his vacation at West Union. Mason City has secured the necessary signers for the opening of the mulch Saloon. A Sleigh Load of Young people from acc Kotord attended the meeting at this place tuesday evening. It is expected that the electric Road Between Mason City and Clear Lake will be in operation by june i. Miss Mcleod is taking advantage of her vacation by visiting friends at Xora Springs. D. A. Garber was elected president of the Scott township school Board last monday. The misses Alice and Berta Piersol Are spending their vacation with rela Tives at Swaledale. John Losee i and wife Are rejoicing Over the arrival of a baby girl at their Home lust sunday morning. The new directors in Scott township Are mat Staudt in District no. 3 and Fred Vitter in District no. Miss Edith Antony i o has been spending the Winter at Stockton Illi Nois. Returned Home last monday. Hon. E. C. Spaulding came up from Des Moines last saturday to make arrangements Tor carrying on Bis farm Dur Spaulding is not willing to commit him self As to the time of adjournment. J i will coat Niue to Lake Cabi Uei file j pictures s1.50 pert often until april 11, at woj Ich tire Jewett Clay takes Possession Tottie gallery. 28tr j. 11. Kelly photographer. If you have Ever seen a child in the agony of croup you can appreciate the gratitude of the mothers know that one minute cough cure relieves their Little ones As quickly is it is administered Many Homes in this City Are never with out if. Asper co. Church of Christ. Ii Kruces sati net than Cost at e. P. was elected president of j the school Board Hist monday. The supper Ghen by the Baptist ladies last Friday proved i Success . The receipts Over the weather sunday took a turn i for tie worse. Tie Mercury got Down j to 10 below on morning Aud j hovered near the Wro Murk on j and tuesday mornings. Elder Lemen of Rockford opened his m the m. E. Church last Eller is a Singer preacher and makes a Rood prayer. His meetings Promise to be interesting. E. E. Turner if Compton. Mo., writes us that liter suf Vrins from piles for seventeen years he completely cured them by using three boxes of Dewitt s Witch Sahe. It cures eczema and severe Skia Dise ses. A. .1. Asper co Geo. Retired from the Board of directors it the last meeting. This step was entirely Volu diary of the part of or. Russeli. Or. Russell has made a Good member of the Board and his retirement was regretted by Bis associates. Miles c Likeman was elected director in District Ixo. 9 and a. E. Gates in District and. 11. These selections were made by the Board to Lill vacancies caused by the failure of the electors to elect a director at the regular meeting m March. Rev. Lewes preached his Farewell Sermon at the Baptist Church last Sun Day morning. elder has received a Call from Neil Neville Indiana which be will probably accept. The elder and Bis estimable wife Ivill missed in the religious and musical circles of our City. Al of Klov having been confined to he House for a ave Inu pitting Uin in a Clui Bills without Benefit or. Frank Dolson of Rault Sto Murie. Mich. Was cured by one bottle of Chamberlain s pain Balm costing cents nod has not since Bei ii troubled with thai complaint. For Sale Wall paper at the Weaver drug store. 1-2 15 ecu Pancra at 5 cents per Dun vie Roll. In us cent paper at the cents Pur double Roll. Oiler patterns at Oisiu half regular prices. Call in you want paper. These prices Are Good fur the we arc always the cheapest place to Trade come and examine the bargain counters in our store and you cannot keep from buying your goods of us. Come and see our lace department from twelve Yards for five cents to one Dollar per Yard. We guarantee it is Worth double the Money we ask for it. Chenille if preaching nest lords in morning and evening As Urnal. Morning theme the sympathy of Hebs. J 10. Id. Theme triumphing Over la. 19 s. There will be no mid week Praver service at the Church of Christ while the protracted meeting is in Progress at the m. E. Church. This has been on i was nervous tired irritable Anil j policy and i Hope will continue to be. Cross. Karl s Clover Root Tea Nas Maue i 7 a t a Liisu or. Represent alive Spaulding upon Bis i mrs. Weaver and miss Maltia Smith went to Cedar rapids last week to Pur Chase goods and learn the in re Gard to Spring styles in millinery goods. County superintendent Allis was in and Happy. Mrs. E. B. Sold by o. A. Weaver town Laet thursday. The superintendent informs us that he limbs the i schools in this part of the county in upon a -11 l i return to Des Moines introduce a j lint far an Lor the Purchase of fireworks. He thinks t o of gis lature 11 pure to be in session in july -1th. And he believes in taking tune by the Forelock and make the Puio Hase to ten tire in order to secure Vliem cheap and to be prepared to the National Holiday in a by 0. A. Or. Clasey informs us that he received a letter from Rev. Cluelon the first of the week Winch informed him that mrs. Club Oil s health is very poor and that on this account she would make a trip to Cili Furnin och Ridgon the Irith of this month. The contest at the Christian Chii he last Friday evening was largely attic Clad the speaking a excellent in fact it was Good that it puzzled one to select the winners. The committee however decided that e. B. I lines was in. Titled to rank first with mrs. James Conner second and mrs. Jennie Asper third. We have secured the necessary num ber of tax payers necessary to secure a Section of the circulating state Library and have for Fulcd the same to the still o it a Mui Luo. If petition 13 grunted tie Library will be located for the present in l. W. Hosen Krans store wild to h indie tie books free of charge. Consumption by cured by tie i or care. This great cure we have also a Nice line of lace curtains As Low As 25c per Vard. Come in and see us. Bug Eoste Iii co. and office ont door East of Asper s Rosi l 7 j. In the Gates or attended Coray physician and 5 prompt attention Given to profess Oral Calls at residence Marble Hock Iowa. Prescriptions compounded at office. J Lull o Lif 1 tins i Vij i the v our Ihm main s so our. ton Ifni kids i i Tun clays. Kuy your Baku . Irmo Sterling York. A Piaf Peffer s to i r is the Only known Remyth for that Terri Tif Vohr of sol l in o v Weaver tiny Simy a i at Home or travelling Good pay a. U Iuit i c Maun i i unit the urine will have an adjourned meeting the first i t j i Ibe honorable Boal of education it state of Iowa. Saturday in May. Scott township passo-1 a Reso Lulious about Twenty persons from Rockford tint they will not Bire teachers who report of the grammar department attended the meeting at the m. E ban so percent in any one of the Marble Rock St Hoob for study Bcott township m looking fur be in oath ending february 20th, 1307 i Good teachers. Enrolled. 10 my baby had croup and was saved by j Many cases of hive lately i average daily attendance k. P. Wolfter inn t. Misson in i j were appnintt1- a committee at i to Jet t air 97. Walster exec Jeri friends customers to Call and nor in my new

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