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Marble Rock Weekly, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1897, Marble Rock, IowaThe Price of Minnesota linseed Oil House paint has been reduced from to 81.25 per Gal Lon at co. Druggists or. Lawrence Baa a card in this Issue to which we Call your attention. Or. Nelson is putting in s Furnace in mrs. Ruscoe s residence on West Side of tie River. Mrs. T. Coleman Noil children of la Marble Rock weekly. I us listed thursday forms is 3y ii. Nies sob. Editors and publishers. Official Pape of Floyd county. Local news. No cd 3 1 Smith s give a one souvenir with every hat. The dry weather is Good for Corn but death on fall pastures. Hard and 5 it p. Walseth. Mrs. A. Angell returned from her Swaledale visit last week. H. Neel received a car Load of Young Stock from Wisconsin last Friday. The Bryan meeting at Charles City last thursday was largely attended. Mrs. Samuel Kex and daughter Ruth visited friends at Rockford last Friday. A Nice of to pts find shoes at Cost a is. Sion s mrs. J. W. Martin is visiting relatives and friends at Dubuque this week. Mrs. Mary Piersol of Swaledale in visiting with her daughter mrs. A. Angel. Mrs. Thieman and daughter Gertie Utz were Charles City visitors last a t. L. Nelson can found at the Marble Bock. Harloo a Marti Farrl Ortyl Tifft of plan Lake Are the guests of mrs. Pm. Rosen Krans. J. Newton Smith and his sister Anna of Cedar Falls Are spending the week in this City. Or. And mrs. Olney from the East Side of the county visited with their son. C. Arthur of this place. Hold your orders for Nursery Stock. C. G. Patten s on Jou t Ween now and Spragie. C. Those. 2tf i am going out and All those indebted to re to Call and Settle Cash or note. A i. Stott. Rev. J. K. Witworth of Virginia and dressed a Large audience of our people at the Christian Church last evening. School Chimes. The following is the Roll of Honor of the different rooms for the first week o school. room. Claude Winchell Clyde Wilke Koy crab ree. Henry a. Brunner Winnie Clay Amos Wilbern Kinny Gertrude Baltimore Hattie Kipley finn Jackson Clar i Cluey Frank Zeran Earl Robinson Minnie Ken John Jesmore Jessie cd sey car is Harbard Bart Kellar Grace Nellie Minnie i inks Daisy Crabtree Thomas o. Moore Harry acl Tley Rosa Bunner Hoy sours Florence Armstrong. Those neither absent nor tardy in 2d grammar 7th Grade 8th Grade. Jessie e. King Bertha she Cher Bertha m. Clay Florence Jackson Mazie Ivi Ochell Jesyle Fink Mattie Hawks Minnie Stewart Viola Rex Chaney Huggett Myrtle Cates George lines Earl Walter Frank Hubbard Cora Pierce Clyde Rex Debbie Schermer Henr Minnie Chapman Xina Fuggett. Aka Russell teacher. Is grammar Grade. Ogle sours Floyd Rosenkrans Jennie hutches Lois Winchell Fred Palmer George Mussman Wayne Mccray Claud Rei Charles Dawson Lura Angel Fred Peterson. Jimmie Hubbard Bert sours Belle Kex Ralph Una Dell Kuch Armstroff Winnie Fletcher Emma Peterson Anna Moter Lina Suesman Lester Chapman Clyde Showerman Jay Holcomb Harry Gertie Bear Gretchen Fink Misnik v. Hook teacher. Intermediate Grade. Evert Clasey Oscar Vylen chill director W. Garber informs us that school in dist. No. 2 will commence monday october 18th, with . Dodge teacher. Mrs. Laura m. Johnson lecturer and organizer of the National equal suffrage association will Andreea the county suffrage convention at Rockford Friday evening october let. Small precautions often prevent great mischief de Witt s Little Early risers very Small pills in size but Are most effective in preventing the most serious forms of liver and stomach troubles. They cure constipation and headache and regulate the co. Spring Greene Home a pleasant Home wedding occurred at 12 o clock noon on wednesday sept. 22d, 1897, at the residence of mrs. 11. Douglas in this her Daugh Ter Amy Tbs United in marriage to or. Alva Curtis Woodruff of storm Lake Iowa in presence of the Bride s act. J. P. Greer of the m. E. Church officiated using the ring Cere Mony. The Groom was attired in the conventional Black and the Bride in Gnon Gatin trimmed with Point d Arabe and Chiffon. She was attended her Little Niece Maude Mccready As maid of Honor who also wore Green and car lied a bouquet of Goldenrod and ferns. All the decoration were wild Flowers. Or. Woodruff is a practising physician and it also a musician of Well known ability having composed several of the Piew in the new Model used in our schools m Well As Many in other popular docks. Mrs. Woodruff hta been a not Only in the schools of Sank county but also a successful one a of the prominent Cliet of this Aid Iowa. She is a lady in every Way worthy of her talented husband. Bride m a Tutor of mrs. A. H. Water of bit place. Ortet Tolj you Don t want to suffer w Akia and Iota of mfg tried it Witt Little Tea tort for corp Naioti or Jou eared. Ivya Taiau Orville Haney Mana Weisbard Harry Pierce Vera to comb Glen Crabtree Larrv Fletcher. Maudie Collins Fena Rex Ray Haney Chi Rex Guy Walster Degrow Bear Claud Durbon Stevens Scot Asper Carl Rex Watjus Luella Kincaid. Loraine Washburn Rosa muss Raan Coyla Crabtree Edith Lamb Mildred Mccinty Gracie Ritter Helen Beelar Alan King Harry Stroud Clifford Stroud Ima Mccray Mabel Umney Frankie Ritter Glen Neel Sheldon Dawson Gertie Leacher. 1st primary. Vernie Arthur rom Boone berths Harold Grace Halstead Jethel Nelson Eva Ritter r schermerhorn Walster Palmer. Lois Campbell. Johnnie Laugham Lura lines Clair Armstrong Dot Bear Eddie Wei Tard Raymond Stroud Mabel Haney Opal Bailey Lydia Meier Wade Nelsen Ella Peterson Grace Kei Roy Stroud Kitty Wels Barca Roy Shoefelt Guy Wilson Guy Hawks Olive Charmiti Hazel Clay Dale Bailey Vera Lotrn Holcomb Mammy Thomas John Kinney Liela Valster Ray Lamb Harry Moore Harry Arthur Harry Collins Ruth Rex teacher. was a visitor at our schools on wednesday. The pupils and teacher of the High school Are sorry not to see Mlaka Winnie Clay at school this week. A sprained knee is keeping her prostrate at Home on the bed. Prof. J. M. Davis and family spent sunday afternoon and evening at the hospitable Home of supervisor Phil Shultz. Educational meeting at Hudd Satur Day october 2j. All should make an Effort to attend. The literary society of the High school will give a program at the High school room october 8tb, Friday even aug. All lovers of music and literary work Are cordially invited to attend. Or. Tames e. Ferrell of Burnt House w. Va., has discarded All other diarrhoea medicines and now handles Only Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea re Ethedy. He used it in his family and sold it to his customers for yours and lius no hesitation in a Biog that it it the Best remedy for Colic and diarrhoea his never known. It not Only rivet Relief but affect a permanent cure. It it Alao pleasant and Safe to a Kunf it an Ideal remedy for Bowel complaints for Salt sped lion co drat Ststa. Asu Mitt atm or Lariat to travel for Espoo fluto Boote in i Palm. Ponitk a toddy. Milf add rated Stem Ltd Tatul opt Taw now Verne lows Are visiting relatives in this City anti Vicinity. Mrs. Stewart accompanied daughter Mac. Col Kneibel returned Home from Sheffield last tuesday. Bro. Penn Nan of the Charles City citizen made tins Oice a Iri Eurly Call monday afternoon. The Woods Are still of Oaks but there is Only one round Oak. Joe Wilotis. Touly attorney Frank Lingenfelder of Charles City transacted business in town monday. We acknowledge a pleas ant Call. Reports from Charles City inform us that Frank Lues is doing Well and that he expects to come Home in a couple of weeks. The Large cold storage building at Osage burned to the ground last Sun Day afternoon. The loss is estimated at covered insurance. Running sores indolent ulcer and similar troubles even though of Many year s standing May cured using Dewitt s Witch Salve. It soothes strengthens and heals. It is the great pile cure. A. J. Asper co. The following Accident we clip from the Webster City Tribune of sept. Isth. Miss Kephart is i Cousin of mrs. J. and is Well known in this City. Samuel seven Miles South East of this City and one of our oldest and widely respected citizens met death yesterday afternoon at about half past four o clock in a most frightful and shocking manner. He and his fourteen year old son Frank had just started to town with j. Ii. Had been out doing some Mason work on the place. They were Riding in an open Light Wagon with one out All three rid ing on the front tent. When about two Miles from Home they were suddenly overtaken a run away team attached to a Carriage in which were Ulisses fan Nie and Mary Talcott of Rose Grove township and miss Eva Kephart of this City. Almost without warning the run away team leaped into the Al comb Wagon and onto the three Nen. Or. My comb was struck in the Back and knocked from the Wagon and was also severely bruised about the head. He was picked up at once and every Effort made to restore him the of whom is a professional he died in about fifteen minuted. Or Beardsly had his hand terribly crushed neither was seriously injured. The Tal cot team became entangled in the Wagon and were stopped but the Mccomb team broke Loose from the Wagon and ran Home. None of the three ladies were injured Ai remarkable As it May seem. They were on their Way to web Ster City n Ith Al iss Kephart who bad been visiting at their Home. Great music us the names and addresses of three or More performers on the piano or Organ to Gether with ten cents in postage and we will mail you ten pieces of full Sheet music consisting of popular songs Waltzes marches etc., arranged for the piano and Organ. Address Pollak music pub. Co. Indianapolis Indiana. And Active gentlemen or ladies to travel for respond Bible established House in Iowa. Monthly 865.00 and expenses. Position steady. self addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion company dept. A Chicago. Sept 16 6mo monthly suffering. Of women Are troubled at monthly inter Vals with pains in the Bead Back breasts hips and Sot they need not suffer. These pains an Lym Toua of Dinge Tot derangement that can corrected. The menstrual function Thowald operate Peale talk. He who smokes the Squaw they say play in e to smoke another Day and when he smokes that other Day. He s sure to smoke the Squaw they say. Freckled Squaw greatest pc. Cigar on Earth. Butt Raitio painless end regular. It the Cate menstrual organs in Condi Tion to do their work properly. And that to top All pain. Why will any wot Naa suffer month after month when wine of Carini will relieve her it Coats at the drug store. Why Don t you get a bottle for advice in eates requiring special Andreu give inc the advisory the Chattanooga med kiss Chatt Taosoga Tena. B., r. N. R y the Cedar rapids route. And arriving time of trains table at Marble Rock in effect May 23, Goins North. I asses Ger no. A. M freight no. P. M. Passenger no. A. M. Freight no. P. M. Going South. Pay edger no. H p. M. Freight no. A to freight no. M. Freight no. A m. Except Sui Quay. On signal. Passengers will carried on freight trains Only a Ben provided with tickets. K. W. , agent railway. India capos Indiana sept. 0-11, 1897. National Encampment sons of veterans. One fare for the round trip. Another for Home seekers and others to secure rate of one fare plus 82 for the round trip to Large numbers of cities and in Southern Western and Northern states. Tickets at this rate Good 21 Days will sold All agents of the b., c. X. By. On the following dates August it and 17, sept. 7 and 21, oct. 3 and 19. This rate will also apply on dates named to Points in Iowa Minnesota North and South Dakota. Call on ticket agent b., u. R., n. By for dates of Sale and further information or address j. Morton g. P. T. A. Illinois Central 81 c new announcements Alifornia via hew Orleans. Pullman Buffet Sleeper every tuesday and saturday night from Chicago connecting with the Southern Pacific s Sunset los Angeles Sod san Francisco. Pullman tourist Sleeper every wednesday through with out change from Chicago to san Francisco. Tickets and full information concern ing All of the above can had of agents of the Central route and connecting Ines. A. H. cafe cars expressly built the Illinois Central Are now running on the Western lines of that Road serving Between Dubuque and Chicago breakfast on train no. 2 and supper on train no. Only meals required Enro Ute on these fast solid trains running Between Sioux City and Chicago and supper breakfast tween Iowa Falls and Dubuque on trains i Iso. 4 and no. 3, also Runn no Between Sioui City and Chicago. Meals a la carte at very reasonable prices All articles furnished in these cafe cars Are of the very Best Quality and Are served in an inviting manner polite attendants. We specially the h. S. M. Guaranteed cloth men who Are in the habit of har ins Taisir clyties made to measure. Tuc same Trade of fabric and trimmings used Hie a priced tailors will found in these garments. They Are strictly tailor made and the silk or serf e linings Are the same As those used in custom clothes. The cloth is sponged and shrunk before it is Cut in fact the h. S. Are ready to Wear clothes made exactly As a custom tailor makes his Best garments. We guar Antee a perfect fit and warrant the Quality of every suit bearing this Label Hart. 80haffneb guaranteed clothing. The new Spring styles Are ready and we incite All who Are interested in Good clothes to come in and see them. Stylish sack suits in fancy scotch Click lot to a Good suit for tic Correct thine in t a 81.00 to this St Tom 1 production former from to of. A f. Greenwood. Look Here All general repairs at lowest prices. Plows sharpened 20c Wagon spokes wheels rimmed Wagon tongues disc sharpened 5c a disc shoes reset Loc Wagon tires 81-50 a set All other work accordingly. All work warranted. C. W Pierce tank round Square wholesale and retail. Ramsay fashionable Barbe Ivand hair solicit your patronage. Give me a trial. Shop on Bradfor Street Maru Rock or. I. C. Bronson dentist. Mar k Rock office open All la Stu cases Teeth extracted without pain. Gold work a specially All work guaranteed to to first class. Lar p t i of Uli i i. Luff i at a. J. Asper drug store where he Way found if not professionally engaged oils in town or to the country promptly attended to. Office free of charge. Percheron stallion St. Charles. Description. Park Iron Gray foaled july 25th, 1s93. Sired Battille no. He re tote no. 54s3, bus ice no. 1946, he French Monarch no 734. Dame of mousse no. 3621, she control end no. 11230, he Val unt no. 404, he deceive no. S92, he Coco no. 712. We hereby certify that the above Pedigree is tronc and Correct. Walls Bro s. St. Charta will make the season at try farm two Biles North of Marble Rock terms f 8.00 for single tire per spat with conditions. 40 Hent Neel am surgeon. J prompt att Dion give to professional Calls at residence Marble Rock Iowa. Prescriptions t compounded it office. , dentist. Of Rockford is in Marble Rock every Friday at Mccray s office. To the or leu

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