Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Marble Rock Weekly Newspaper Archives Nov 26 1896, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1896, Marble Rock, IowaVol. 22 no. 16. Marble Rock Floyd county Iowa nov terms a year bargains to close remain Der of Stock we have in Stock a limited Quantity of John Foster go s Fine shoes and to close them out quickly we have Cut the Price Way below manufacturers Cost. The entire line of and shoes at this Sale Only boots we almost give away. Geo. W. Gates. Societies. A. T. A. M. Y Stone Lodge no 251. Bex lir communication wednesday on or before full Moon. Init Long Brothers in Cordullo invited to attend. Kobbert a upset. I. M. S. Hurrle Sec. I. O. O. F. Oct Lodge. So. 961, meets thursday lag of Eari week. Invited. I. Set. A. U. Merib s. r. Beeler Lodge. O. 210, Meeta tuesday be Schwet. Vii Lalni Brethren invited. 11, _ Walt Davis k. Of r. S. 1.1. Or h. Fleets the 3rd tuesday night in each Mouth in . . R. J. Aykut Kec. Sec. Tiu c. A Leet at the Home of mrs. Stewart the 1st and 3d Thov of Teton up. Jere. Fec. U. A. K. Rock Post so. 806, meet first sat Idaj mall twin Natl i. 1. Air Lac 1 oou1. W. B. Cju Babii adj. C t u meets Grerr thursday til ii president. A. M. A Klimt a Secretary. Clibur chios. Myth out preaching sundays at 11 . And 7-30 . Epworth league meeting Chi Biak preach Tina sunday 11 m. P. M. Christian endester meets it d m. Prayer meeting wednesday Cluj. J.wiu.waltek3. Pastor. Free preaching Send Sis at 11 . P. In. Yonng Peoples meeting at eting Amto every 1st sunday in each month a11 a. A. In. Sunday school every St Day at 10 a. M. Sen ices held. In the Union school House. H. Bast pastor. City off Cen mayor. Recorder. Treasurer. Street commissioner Jas Ratul c Dail Anft up m Fletcher h Boxen knit a h Meier Chas Weber k Huggett Joseph Wiloth u knee Blans 3 w Martin c. F. Jesmore Willard Stroud Colon town help school Ivd president Geo w resell. B . H b Kles ire Frei. John Gate directors Harry Packman Pew tester Lew Nman. 10 Sam Shaffer 11 Pui Shultz. Madison Blue John Gates James Parcher cow Scott town help Marsh g Baldwin. Constables Volney Beera Leoy Hailey town w Witter and or. Bearer. Scott township school president John Bishop Secretary. George x Baldwin treasurer Charles d Merrick. Directors John Bishop 3 Bruce Ward. E w Barber 6 dec Spaulding Chantker 7 j Croni Singhani to Banhart 8 jew. Jeffrey 9 John lose. The Cost of truth. By Loka b. Clatk. All earthly loves must first be cast aside All things that men esteem their righted own truth must be taken As a Lily Bride absolutely reign omnipotent alone. She will refuse the gift of lower Price her sweetness mortal Man can know who seeks this sacred Virgin to entice to Bhare comely deed on Earth be Low. She does not Aik for special written creeds no faiths nor sect her Lover need pro few the demands unselfish kindly deeds. Nor can he satisfy her love with Lese. Then she will gladly Gire her faithful hand and fondly cling to his sincere embrace whose love is truly passionate and grand for All the lowly stricken human Laurl. But lest should Preter a lower love of sentiments that merely shape and seem sincere intention he must Christ like prove by a negating love of self supreme. Then she will slowly surely Lead him on by sufferings to himself and Sharp ordeal until angelic Victory is won and he begins to sense the godly real. Substantially buy suffering lie grows and thus by intention gains the sense till by human experience he Knowe where Bia Ideal faculties commore. When he by gifted Effort of his own this painful pilgrimage has duly Troj at last finds himself at peace alone with nature s secrets and with nature s god. He feels that sanity by Trutlin is won he knows to him god truly is revealed he Baske in the Sublime creative Sun by Clouds of darkness which were Long concealed. He finds he jives and in his being moves with Mystic instinct never known be fore As to he earthly form Bis mighty love its Long lost faculties to him restore. He rests not now of dogmas old or new he knows there is out one whom All should love. Truth s Light now Aspirates his higher god gives to All who seek help from above. P. W. Burr John c. He Irwin. Teen of monday in january 1st monday in May and monday in . Ind monday in november. Hoard of Lucius chairman. Charlt City to molar pippin. R. ?.cblcbetter, j. C. Merrill me Tinza it Honda Kufeld january. April. June and september in monday in november. Auditor to Tater clerk at Ike courts recorder. Superintendent so Reyor couty attorney two iwo county Georges Tranford a. Ii. Merriman b.1i. The scientific american gives this recipe which the whole world should know at the first indication of diphtheria in the Throat make the room close then take tin cup and pour in to it an equal Quantity of tar and Pedone then a old the cup Oyer the fire so As to fill the room with fumes the patient on inhaling the fumes will cough oat the matter and diphtheria will pass off. The fumes of the tar turpentine loosen the Throat and thus afford Relief that a baffled the skill of physic us. It mat do As much Tor or. Fred Miller of Irving 111. Writes a he had a severe Kinney trouble for Many years with severe pains in his Back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried Many so called kidney cures but without any Good re _ a if. Salt. About a fear ago he began using t electric bitters and found Relief at once. electric bitters is especially adapted to kidney and liver troubles Rwjr. P wins str s ii Dit gives almost inst Tot Relief. Of trial will prove oar statement. I prom 60c for i trite bottle. At a. It. Una Csore prof. Cabin s great find. The Iowa state Register prints the following account of the Tusk found in the Pravel pit it this place last fall from. Samuel Cak in state geologist and at the head of the scientific depart ment of the state University has furnished the scientific world not Only with the Tusk of a great american Mastodon of a picture of the Tusk in its resting place before it had been removed Tiroui the ground. Scientific men generally and especially those who make the study of prehistoric animals specially arc just at present interested intensely in the discovery of this state of this basal portion of a very Large Tusk of a Mastodon which in the living Anical was eleven feet Long weighed goo pounds and on which a dozen men could been impaled. Prof. Calvin was fortunately notified of the important find before the Tusk bad been removed from its Restini place where it had Laiu for so Many centuries. Us hurried to the gravel pit near Marble Rouk which is not a at distance from Cedar Rapida where the Tusk was found. He took his camera with him and Gucci ended in taking a Fine photograph. Its value and importance lie in the fact that it Showa the tooth or the ground. A Mastodon s Tusk nicely Mouti cd and labelled in a museum is instructive in its Way but not a Novelty. But a photograph showing it just brought to Light a link Between the past when those monsters lived and the present Posie saes a Peculiar interest not none to the scientist but the Public As Well. When the labourers of the Burlington Cedar a rapids Northern railway encountered the Tusk while excavating in a gravel pit they Laid Down their picks and shovels and gazed in Awe stricken wonder at what their implements had Laid Bare. The gravel pit is situated at Marble Rock not a great distance from Cedar a rapids. It 11 thought quite possible that other interesting re Mains 01 ancient creatures my be dug up and the Railroad company has instructed the division superintendent to again notify prof. Calvin. Prof. Calvin s statement regarding it is As follow the camera has caught a picture of interest the desire of All Scien Liq men to obtain photographs of important ends before removal has been gratified in this Case. The workmen in the Ravel pit of the Burlington Cedar rapids

Search all Marble Rock, Iowa newspaper archives

Explore other publications from Marble Rock, Iowa

All newspaper archives for November 26, 1896

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.