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1 The City in Brief
Dr. Billiard, osteopath, 28 E. Main.
liingon berries, 10c a quart, at Ol
son's. .vy.
Drs. Conaway, physicians and sur
geons.
Golden Thistle flour makes white
tread. Olson.
Boneless herring, blind robbins and
pure codfish at Olson's.
Remember your friends on February
l*th, wijfh a box of lCemble's flowers.
Mi-o-na stomach tablets for indi
gestion. Money back if they fail to
.'. cure. McBride & Will Drug Co.
The meeting of the base ball associa
tion will be held Tuesday night in the
council chamber instead of tonight.
'The first division of the M. ladies
will serve a chicken pie supper Wed
nesday eve. from 5:30 till all are
served -'k-v.'
We offer you your choice of ten
pSeces yard «'ide fancy colored mad
ras draperies, worth 17c for 12%c a
yard. E. R. Lay.
-Linen finished materials the popular
cloth for suits in all colors, on sale at
Nettiq Ingledue & Co., the Up-to-Date
Dry Goods House.
Mr. Dwight Denmead, who is a stu
dent at Iowa State College, Ames, spent
Sunday in the city with his .brother,
Mh Harry Denmead.
Mr. Myron Thatcher, of Liscomb,
left Saturday evening for St. Louis,
MOM where he will enter a school for
the study of plumbing.
The famous San-Ceara coffee. It
makes a del:cious drink. Guaranteed
quality. No other coffee as good for
tl»e price, 2OQ, at Woodmansee's.
Dr. Steiner 'in a recent letter said:
"Mr. Raymond Robbins' address be
fore the Searchlight club next Tuesday
evening will be a feature of the entire
season."
N
W. J. Allen, an Iowa Central passen
ger brakeman who has been confined
tft his home for two weeks with an at
tack of grippe, was able to leave on his
run on train No. 4 this morning.
$•'
Rev. F4-ther L". D. Tobin, of St.'An
thony, spent Saturday in the city, being
on his way home from Dubuque, where
'he had been for the week, taking the
annual junior clergy examinations.
jltlThe Women's Union Missionary so
ciety of the city will meet in the Con
gregational church at 2:30 Tuesday af
ternoon. Mrs. Mc Kim will read a pa
per on ."Why I am interested in Mis
SipnS.'V J. 1,'^
Mrs. B. K. Hawbaker, of Kenmare,
N. D., who has been visiting two
months at LeGrand, will her brother,
Mr. P. L. Richards, and wife, and with
the family of her sister, Mrs. A. H.
Weitzell, left for her home this morn
ing.
J. W. Pierce, of Montclair, N. J., who
1,3 a lecturer in the eiyploy of the W. C.
T. U. addressed thie boys of Gideon's
,.abnd at the Railroad Y. M. C. A. Sun
day afternoon. Mr. Pierce has been
holding special meetings at the Sol- 1
diers' Home.
Mrs. Anna Peterson, the aged mother
Mrs. Hans Madsen, 532 North First
strj|et, is very seriously ill as the re
j,sult of a paralytic trouble. Mrs. Peter
.sop's, condition is quite alarming, and
,v'-is eVen more serious owing to her ad
'"vance'd years, as she is almost SO.
Dr. Elijah B. Jones, pastor of the
Baptist church, was quite seriously
'A .si$t.':S.tlndAy, but at the home this af
ternoon it was said that he had im
proved. His condition Sunday was
suf-fc as to cause some little uneasiness.
Dr. Jones ife suffering with gall stones.
•|f 'The alumni and former students of
r'tlie Iowa Business College are cordial
ly" invited to a reception and entertain
ment to be given by Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Gilbert and the Young Men's Bible
Class of the college Monday evening,
Feb. 11 at 8 p. m., in the college rooms.
The meeting of the base ball asso
elation will be held Tuesday evening
instead of tonight in the council cham
ber. Officers are to be elected, and'
business of importance relative to the'
coming season is to come up. -AH the
stockholders tind all interested in bass
ball should attend."
... I -r»—
The funeral of Mrs. James Crabtree-1
J' wasJargelyattended Sunday afternoon!
from" the^jifesidence^JOl West Linn
street Rev. H.. C. Richardson, pastor:
''of the I'niversalist'church of Boone,
fj, formfrVy pastes, here, officiating. A
great'many pretty -flowers were given
•.as tokens of respect and love by sor
rowing neighbors and friends. Mrs.
Myo Hurlbut sang. The pall bearers
were Mrs. Crabtr^e's three sons, Arthur
and John Crabtree, of this city, and
Alexander Crabtree, -of Laurel, and her|
son-in-law. Mr. H. R. Cammaek, of
Chicago. Interment was in Riverside,
Mr. George Barnard, a well known
farmer of Zer.ring. arrived in the city
today from Chicago, where, about ten
days ago, he accompanied two carloads
of "stock of his own raising. Since be
ing on the market. Mr. Barnard has
been visiiing relatives at Rensselaer, 1
Ind. Mr. Barna'rd had one load of hogs,
seventy head, that averaged 215 pounds
and "brought $7. the \"i for the day.'
The steers, twenty head, averaging 1.
120 fetched S4.7."i. They were short
fed stuff, eighty days, and brought a
very fair price considering their weight.
Mr. Charles Barnard, Mr. Barnafd's
son. accompanied him to Chicago and
Rensselaer, and is now visiting rela
iives in Biairstown. where he will re
main for about ten days.
Mrs. J. W. Van Or?3e], "of Green
"Mountain, until recently of Rein.beck,
was in thp city Saturday afternoon, en
j. route to Gilman Tor a visit of a few
v.%
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mr.-.
A. F. Urbine. Mr. and Mrs. Van Orsdel
moved from Reinbeck to Green Moun
tain last week and will occupy as a
home the residence to be vacated by
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Dickerson. Mr.
Dickerson, who hag been running tin
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of
Green Mountain, will go to Liscomb
April 1 to take charge of the bank
there, and will tie succeeded as cashier
.by Mr. Van Orsdel. Mrs. Van Orsdel
was formerly. Miss Elsie Urbine, of
Gilman. a member of one of the weU
Vknown families of that place,
Typewriter supplies at Liebig's.
Kemble's flowers make the sweetest
of •valentines".
Don't forget the dance at I. O. O. L*.
hall Tuesday eve., Feb. 12. Ferguson's
orchestra.
Smith Turner, advance representative
of Yale's "Devil's Auction," was in the
city today.
Dr. Get a' office old place, new 'phone
440. residence Stoddart. 'Phones, old
227. new 245.
Rev. W. H. Scott was in Bethel Grove
Sunday to fill his. regular appointment
in the Christian church.
The lei'ture for the woman's series
by Dr. Steiner will not be given Tues
day afternoon, but will be given at
some future date.
Mr. Raymond Robbins, of Chicago,
a social settlement worker, with a
message, will be the speaker before the
Searchlight club tomorrow night.
Don't be fooled any longer by Infer
ior grades of silks, buy the world's best
taffeta, Shamrock, sold only by Nettie
Ingledue & Co., the Up-to-Date Dry
Goods House.
Ex-Judge G. W. Burnham left Satur
day afternoon for his former home in
Vinton, where he will remain for a few
days on business. Mrs. Burnham ac
companied him.
The Ladies' Cemetery Aid society
will be entertained Wednesday after
noon by Mrs. Fred Hopkins and Mrs.
R. A. Elzy, at the Hopkins home, 201
South Third street.
Jay W. Ingledue, who has been in
the employ of the Stone restaurant for
some time, has entered the empioy of
the Iowa Central, in the department of
General Storekeeper W. G. Manchester.
Because of the council meeting this
evening the meeting of the base ball
association has been postponed until
tomorrow, Tuesday evening. This meet
ing is important as plans for the com
ing season are to come up.
Any one that has been in the south
and enjoyed the hot dishes they serve
can get the genuine Mexican chili pep
pers, chili beans, and chili powder with
which to prepare the same dishes, at
Oulley's, 10 and 12 South First avenue.
Judge Ben McCoy, of Oskaloosa, who
has the tax ferret contract with this
county, is here for a few weeks work
with the records. Mr. McCoy went to
his home Saturday evening to spend
Sunday, and returned to the city to
day.
Workmen began this morning to erect
scaffolding in the second floor rotunda
of the court house, preparatory to dec
orating tiie walls. Not only the rotunda
of both the second and first floors are
to be retinted, but the walls leading
to them are also to be redecorated.
Mr. Alfred Manger, the Dubuque vio
linist, who is to appear before the
Twentieth Century club this evening
at the E. R. Lay home, arrived in the
city this morning. Mr. Paul A. Walz,
of Dubuque, Mr. Manger'.s accompan
ist, also reached the city this morn
ing.
..
Discounts will be allowed on January
bills on Monday February 11th, on ac
count of February 10th being Sunday.
Our office will be kept open Saturday,
February 9th and Monday, February
11th. until 9 p. in. No discounts there
after. Murshalltown Light, Power &
Railway Company.
Rohert Whitenack, of 10 West Boone
street, who attempted suicide Saturday
morning by jumping into the Iowa
river, had recovered sufficiently by late
Saturday afternoon to be able to walk
to his home from the*Singleton hospi
tal. Apparently no ill effects were sus
tained from the shock and exposure in
cident to the frigid water.
Not long ago a thief was captured
east of town by reason of an item in
the newspaper when the sheriff's posse
was going west of town on the run.
This often happens with the man who
advertises his wants after searching in
the wrong place. Tile newspaper goes
everywhere. Advertising at 1 cent a
word is cheaper thaii shoe leather.
The ball to be given by Mr. Leroy
Miller tomorrow evening at Forney's
hail is an assured success. The Bar
ker-Buchanan Co. is now installing the
work. The equipment comprises sev- I
eral hundred dollars' worth of electrical
apparatus to produce snow, rain,
clouds, moonlight, and other natural
effects. It will be undoubtedly a great
treat.
George Leise and. Misses Lola Scott
and Florence Steward, memoers of the
high school debating team, accom
panied by Mr. A. G. Karge, of the
faculty,, and Florence Lindgren,
were in Grinrifell Saturday night to hear
a freshman society debate. The trip
was in the nature of instruction for the
high school team. in order that the
members might see how a college de
bate was conducted^
G. H. Ruth and W. G. Strickler, who
"left the city Friday night, will sail
Tuesday from. New York, for a trip
thru the West Indies and to the Isth
mus of Panama. The first stop will
be made at Porto Rico, island of Haiti.
From there the ship will make short
visits to other islands of the West In
dies. Tha boat wili then proceed to
Colon, Isthmus of Panama, and on the
return trip will stop at Kingston, is
land of Jamaica. The party on board
will probably be landed at Baltimore.
Messrs. Ruth and Strickler will be gone
for from five to seven weeks.
...
Several members of the Railroad Y.
M. C. A. will go to Sioux City Tuesday
and Wednesday of this week to attend
the state convention of the association,
which begins Thursday and lasts over
Sunday. Secretary John A. Goodell will
go to Sioux City ,Tuesday night, to be
there Wednesday to attend the confer
ence of secretaries. Secretary Goodell
will read a paper at the conference.
Others who expect to go Wednesday
are'T. I. Wasson. who is a member of
the state executive committee: L. Mat
ron. Harry Riiter. Conrad Olson and
Physical Director E. G. Schroeder.
Oskaloosa Herald: A number of Iowa
Central hovs are feeling good today In
the fact ihat they have been "set up."
Examinations have been successfully
passed and promotion comes along
with the increased wages that the new
positions bring. George VV. Walker, is
na'de a conductor. J. S. Gibbons ani
Charles E. Gill:inuer are set up from
firemen to be engineers. H. E,' Ma
son. formerly a conductor with the
Iowa Central, has returned to the ser
vice of the road and will reside in Os
kaloosa. Mr. Mason has been running
out of Marshalltown on the Great
Western, but has accepted a position
with the Central and will return to Os
kaloosa in the near future.
Pure food goods a,t Olson's.
Corduroy crepe paper, in all colors, at
Liebig's.
Fancy naval oranges and grape fruit
at Olson's,
Buy your valentines of George Pow
ers, Finkle block.
Valentines are all fresh and new at
Powers'. Finkle block.
Dr. Lierle, oculist and aurist. Glass
es fitted. Tremont block.
Heinz bulk mince meat and a great
many other varieties of ^leinz's goods,
at Olson's.
Mrs. R. Peeper, of Gladbrook, who
has been a patient at St. Thomas hos
pital, returned home Sunday.
We offer you' your choice of ten
pieces yard wide fancy colored mad
ras draperies, worth 17c for 12^c a
yard. E. R. Lay.
The fabrics for spring overcoats are
dressy in character and tasty in style.
We are showing the newest. Hopkins,
the popular tailor.
The Sunday school teachers of the
city are requested to meet this even
ing at 7:30 in the Presbyterian church,
for the purpose of forming a perma
nent organization.
Don't buy silks until you have seen
Shamrock silks world's best taffeta s.
Guaranteed to give satisfactory wear.
Sold only by XeUie Ingledue & Co., the
Up-to-Date Dry Goods House.
The groundhog seems to have anoth
er guess coming, but there is no guess
work involved in buying furniture or
floor coverings of A. E. Wilbur &
Sons'. Everything is exactly as repre
sented.
Before you specify your plumbing
goods, see the McDonald-Morrison Ri
val 'own down closet. It needs less re
pair than any other closet made. Han
dled only by the McCarten Plumbing
company.
Dr. Rosa Liebig has opened an office
In the Binford block, corner West Main
and North First street, where the latch
siring will be out from 9 to 12 and 2 to
4 every day, to those who wish to con
sult her professionally or on humane
and truant work.
Micheal McGrath of 1008 West Boone
street, is very criitcally ill at his home,
suffering an attack of grippe.- The
chances for his recovery are slight. A
son. James, who is employed as a
bridge worker on the Great Northern,
came home from Minnesota a few days
ago, and is ill of lung fever.
Miss Mary Gilchrist of this city, who
teaches the Minerva school, is confl :ed
to her home with an attack of tonsilitls
Mr. Charles Nichols, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Nichols, took charge of
the school temporarily this morning,
but an ^effort is b,?ing made to secure
a substitute teacher until Miss Gilchrist
Is able to resume her work.
Mr. B. W. Sinclair, of the Sinclair
Tea and Coffee compaiv. left Sunday
night for an eastern business trip of
two weeks or more. He will stop at the
big potteries of Eawt Liverpool, O., visit
Cleveland and Pniladelphia, and then
go to New York and Boston. Mr. Sin
clair will also spend several days at
the cut glass factories at New Bedford,
Mass.
Personal Mention
Mr. Charles Smith, of demons, was
in the city Saturday.
Miss Bessie Smith, of demons, was
in the city Saturday.
Mayor Frank Eusmingen, of Gilman,
was in the city today.
Mr J. H. Alexander was in Waterloo
on business Saturday.
Rev. H. Arthur Barton, of Albion,
was in the city today.
Mr. Frank Fenner, of Mason City,
spent the day in the city.
Misses Irene Hurd and Jessie Bennett
spent Sunday in Nevada.
Mrs. Thomas Thatcher, of Liscomb,
spent Saturday in the city.
Miss Ethel Atkinson, of St. Anthony,
spent Saturday in the city.
Mr. Harry McKelvey. of Bromley,
was in the city Saturday.
of a week or two with her brother, Mr.
J. G. Hamhleton, and family.
Mrs. Fred Van Metre, of Bromley,
spent Saturday iri the city.
Mr. Aner Heng, of Gilman, spent Sat
urday in the city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White, of Brom
ley, spent Saturday in the city.
Mr. John Bivens, of Albion, was in
the city on business Saturday.
Mr. A. H. demons, of Clemons, spent
Saturday in the city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Vosburg, of
Gilman, were in the city Saturday.
Mesdames William and John Avey,
of Albion, were in the city Saturday.
Mr. Frank J. Ingledue, of Minerva,
was in the city on business Saturday.
Mrs. Myrtle Melick, of Liscomb, is
in the city for a stay of a week or
tWO. '.
Messrs. James and Harvey BOrton,
of St. Anthony, spent Saturday in-the
city.
Mr. Fred McKinnw, of Bromley, was
a business visitor in the city Satur
day.
Miss Fannie Russell spent Sunday
in Liscomb as the guest of Miss Clara
Bauinan.
Mr. David Blackburn, of St. Anthony,
was in the city on business Saturday
afternoon.
Mjss Grace Cox spent Sunday In
Zearing as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
John Norton.
Mrs. Thomas McLarnan spent Sun
day in Liscomb as the guest of her
sister-in-law. Mrs. S. A. Rolston.
Mrs. E. W. Whinery arrived home
Friday evening from Chicago, where
she has been visiting for a week.
Miss Hazel Barber, of Liscomb, spent
Sunday in Lhe city as the guest of her
cousin. Miss Blanche McLarnan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Greef, of Eldora,
were in the city this morningg on their
way to Des Moines for a short stay.
Mrs. W. E. Briggs returned home
Sunday from Waterloo, where she had
been for a week's visit with relatives.
Mr. C. E. Sisco, of Newburg, spent
Saturday in the city on business, and
was a guest at the home of his broth
er-in-law. Mr. VV. H. Atwond.
Mr. Warren Nichols, of Minerva,
was in the city on business Saturday.
Mr. F. F. Patterson, of Gilman. spent
Saturday In the city on business.
Miss Maggie Hegland, of Miilersburg.
Ind.. arrived in the city Saturday eve
ning, and will remain for an indefinite
visit with her stepsister, Mra. J.'- «.
Weatherby. It is possible that Miss
Heglund will decide to ninke her home
in this city.
Manager R. A. Jones, of the Fair
store, accompanied by his little son,
Leon, spent Sunday in Ft. Dodge, with
Mr. Jones' mother, Mrs. W. V. Jones.
Mrs. Henry Craver, living four miles
northeast of the city, in Marion town
ship, went to Searsboro Saturday even
ing, where she will remain for a visit
Mr. Lou Painter, of Osceola, who
has been in the city for a visit of a
week with his brother, Mr. Georgt*
Painter, and wife left for his home
Friday evening.
Miss Florence Shaulis, of Oskaloosa.
formerly of Marshnlitown, was in the
city Friday night, en routi? to Water
loo, where" she will visit for a week or
two with her parents.
Miss Blanche Bartine, of St. An
thony, spent Friday in the city, accom
panied by her sister, Mrs. M. F. Baker,
of Rhodes, who is in St. Anthony for a
short visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A, A. Bartine.
Rev. Harvey Hosteller, of Council
Bluffs, who has been in the city for a
visit of a few days with his mother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Ilostetler, and sister,
Miss Mary Hostetler, left Friday eve
ning for Denison, where Mrs. Hostetler
has been visiting relatives for a few
days.
Mr. B. A. Mansfield, of Des Moines,
was in the city Friday visiting with
his sister-in-law, Mrs. Ellen B. Mans
field, and friends. Mr. Mansfield went
to Hubbard in the afternoon to spend
the day with his mother, Mrs. Mc
Crenry. Mr. Mansfield formerly lived
in this city.
Miss Mary Kenneg, of Gomau, Aus
tria. arrived in the city Friday evening,
and will remain for an indefinite visit
at the home of her cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. John Mikshl. 801 South Third ave
nue. Miss Kenneg was accompanied by
a cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Watko,
of Anson street, who will also be here
for an extended visit.
Notice to Tax Payers.
All taxes for the year 1906 are now
due, and if not previously paid will be
delinquent March 1. The first half may
be paid on or before March 31st, with
out penalty.
We can not accept first payment of
taxes after March 31st, as the whole
tax will "then have been delinquent for
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a period of thirty days, and we wiil add
a penalty of 1 per cent April 1st, and 1
per cent per month thereafter.
Bring in your lists now and let us
take care of them before the rush.
J. P. COOPER
County Treasurer.
HOME DECORATION
New Ideas From the East for Paper
Hangers A Good Time to Have
Work Done—T. F. Jones' New Stock.
T. F. Jones, whose big wall paper
anil paint store is in the Finkle block
(red front) has made a study all his
life of the subject of decoration. He
knows what is right, what is up to
date. and. best of all, lias the artistic
sense and skiii to put his' knowledge
into practico. These facts have made
it possible -for him to nearly double
his business in two years. He has just
received his spring stock of new de
signs in wall paper. The slock is a
surprising one in every way, not only
for the immense quantity, but for the
variety of design, quality and attractive
prices. If you need any decorating get
Jones' ideas and see his stock.
Jones' stock comes direct from the
manufacturers in New York and Penn
sylvania and the patterns never were
so pleasing and so beautiful. He can
accomplish wonders in brightening ITP
your home. The best tools and skilled
workmen under his direction enables
him to do your work quickly. Not tiie
least surprising thing too is the low
prices he will make you. Have your
papering done now before the spring
rush. It will save you money. It will
cost you nothing to figure with Jones
and advise With him as to plans and
color schemes for your rooms. Besides
he has the variety of patterns and lat
est designs and colorings to carry any
scheme into effect. Finkle block, red
front.
Announcement.
wish to announce to the voters of
the Third ward that I will be a candi
date for councilman at the coming city
election to be held on March 25.
to use. These are all statements that we know are true.
A. J. CLARK.
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Lady Maccabees and Sir Knight*,
Attention!
Tomorrow night the Sir Knights will
give a social-entertainment-dance at
their hall. Special musical features.
Refreshments. Come and see what you
have in your tent in the way of en
tertainment. Lady Maccabees invited.
Change of Location.
l!lrnasl Johnson city parcel delivery
over Western Union telegraph. 101 East
Main. New 'phone 932, old 145.
RHODES.
pPb_ —Miss Grace McDonald and
Herbert Bishop are both ill.
Dr. Noble and George. Phillips were
Marshalltown callers Monday.
Max Radloff, of near Marshalltown,
visited his sister, Mrs. E. F. Bishop,
last week.
Mr. Hollis Phillips left Saturday for
his new home near Luverne.
Miss Ethel Titus attended the band
fair at Melbourne last week.
Thei Methodist ladies' aid met and
spent the day with Mrs. Lelvan,
Thursday. The work was quilting.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. IJarmon, of Mar
shalltown, were visitors in town Sat
urday.
In the I. O. O. F. hall, on Tuesday
evening, Mrs. Frona Scott, of Liscomb,
district deputy of Liscomb, installed
the following -officers of the Rhodes
Rebekah lodge, No. 362: Mary Hale,
past grand Carrie Crooke, noble
grand: Jessie Brown, vice grand Myr
tle Daugherty, secretary: Elizabeth
Gruber, treasurer Mildred Satterfleld,
warden Alice Roebuck conductor
Carrie Bentley, chaplain Minnie Arm
strong, inside guardian Mlna Girton,
outside guardian Llda Armstrong, left
support noble grand Lizzie Heintz,
right support noble grand Josie Hale,
right support vice grand Alta Fitz
gerald, left support vice grand. After
the installation ceremonies a three
course luncheon was served, after
which games were played until a late
hour.
Jud Malloy had the misfortune to
cut his foot quite badly with the ax
while chopping wood last Thursday.
The Meistersingers, who were to hav6
appeared in Rhodes January 30, but
failed, will be here February 16.
The horse sale in town Saturday was
very largely attended.
Miss Dowd was called to her home in
State Center Thursday evening by the
serious illness of her father.
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Home Owners.
Carpenters. Contractors
Boi't think of doiig any Repair Work, or Bailding, whoever yoa an or wherever yea are, aatil yea have ant for ear Free Mfllwerfc iSataletaa
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Our Catalogue is an Authority on Millwork Styles. It will show you what yon
'ought to use—show you.
how it will look—show you prices SO per cent below your entire is then smoothed with fine-grained sandpaper,
local dealer's pricea-^dellvered. to you safe and promptly, in the best of condition 3 make is just as carefully finished as labor and expeai
IOW are true. We are Shipping our Mill- JF postal for that Free Catalogue so you can see all of
work to men who are repairing and building every day In every state in the Union. and save yourself man) dollar in repair work, er In |illlun| the Unset hws.
Yin WU SAVEJIALFjtriKtfcer.YM Offer $5.00 Worti or$10,«0#,W»rt!r wb*t m«k» ixm
Money Immediately Returned for
M»P WIS III InluH Any Qoode Not Exactly es Represented
It won't coat torn cent If ADfthiof
70a
order I* soticet wkat w* aar it Yoa oam
.•end it^ght b«ck to
nMud w* will pariM freight BOX3 ways audi rttmra 10«r monty
ftoar ^Uworlfwaanot of the kl«h qwUtj It Is, we could not Km taillt op (fob •mot*
OKMs business. We eould not have lntcrestoa the thousands
of
kept them our regular ctfctomera it onr Millwork wu not better than thty eould boy of
a a a to
We can eave you half becaa&e—we have no expense for traveling talesmen—we do
the lAPffAnfc Millwork business in the coontrj-»and when a man onca buy* MUlwark af
caafcozaew we have and
Why Our Millwork Is the Best
Our Millwork is the best made because—we have the most skilled ireAmen^
we operate the largest mill In the world—163,000 feet of floor space (fo'ir acwsj—
we own our own timber lands, sawmills and lumber yards. We carry a larg*
stock and cen therefore ship promptly. Ourlnmber Is first afpdrted and then, aa
an extra precaution. Is put through a scientific drying process. Joint!, are made
with heavy hardwood dowel pins, glaed with l&ported glue, pressed together Of
beavy steam power press. Absolutely no "come-apart" to our Millwork.
Door Panels-have a heavy raise on both sides. Panels are sandpapered on a
special machine of our own'Invention before the door Is put together, and the
"irery piece of llillworkwa
celt .lu
yusiai iw IOM rrco vanuoguv eu rua caa wi ujc jiw &>arga!llS
entire Is then smoothed with fine-grained sandpaper. Every piece
se can make It .lust write*
the 5000 Bargains We Oder,
DOORst7le
Windows, 6O0j
Screen Doors, 93c'
Flintcoated
Rubber Roofing1
108 aq. feet. 1phr, |t.4i 2«
sly.Sl.9eT 3^»ry. 12.20./
complete.
Door Frames Stair Work
Window Franes Porch Work
Thresholds, Window Screens.
SAMPLE BAMAIKS FROM CATALOG
perfoot^S
k..rH Gordon Van Tin* A Go.'« Flintcoated Bobber Fir*.
HOOnilg proof Booting is thseonsl of »»7mai!e,andby»eHir.g
direct, to ygu sail eaarantaed quality at halt dotlenj* prices.
Our {trice per aqauat IDS sq. It.—1-ply,tl-41 2-ply,
$2.29. Skiepol anynhera, soft dflivery guaranteed. lfKEB with
each order, directions for laying, cemcnt, nails, tin cnp« aaa
extra roofing lor lavs. Km can lay It easy. Catalog IrRiuu.
Complete PliMtar Beautiful Home*
Are Shown In Our Free Catalogue
SCOTT Corarr'SAvmae•BAM
I O a a O O a
0/ON WINDOWS
bOORS
PUsoterOaslBf.
per 100 feet.(L8V
Bardwood Threshold*
S feet long, each 4c.
yonr-Llgbt Chscfc Bail
well maaeWIndom,60a.
P-oo Plans west out ruophlet of Haaae. Bara ani Oatbnlldlad Plans, mention It, and we wUl tfladly
tans ft, poaiadm paid, with the bltf fculUlai material catalog. We have simplified balldlnrf. No repel*
work. hnUdlnd «r addiUoaa ahoaldbe undertaken before writlnd for thla booklet of plana. We waste veryeoa tnleregted to,
fcsve ssy or all of onr cstslsis of bvlldlad material,
rooilad es4 plana* Write today.
IfflCORDON, VAN TINE CO.
Station D69 DAVENPORT, IOWA
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21s WhomiiMapCtmcerm
tcivaaos gmtyieMora ta testify te AawfiM* I
eminis
fotflfrity and fcra«ty afHordom Taa I
I TiaeACa. Tkttr floaacialrwpoaiamty U,wdlaver I
three ktrodrod thousand dollars 1304,000.00), apd I
they
aajoy Ihekiyhsstcrsdit wttkWsT
laititations. ».
We a»nra pwspsctfve emtwasrs ttat^ftsy uetw I
tetlysMurvlnMadinf thamon«ywttktlwvau«r* I
we understand that If foods are eot tntixel/ aatia* I
factory, they aay fea returned at shipper
I and the money will Be promptly refunded.
The officer* of this Company are well nd nvacsUy I
known to aa, ead may be railed
ttysa
te de srssfly I
Youii *«ff truly, ...
J. H. Hits. OMMCT.
Ia writing Is bank. •»-1 SK.foot Stair 1
Slose 2eetamp for reply els* ixft ii*« 116(11
and
BUILDING MATERIAL
1. Antee
JJo per foot$
4 to 8 Test*
12o for
10
aadiz-fxir
xA/
12.7%
pec if. ft. Wo.
Extra strong, beavy
Screen Doors, 93c.
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Building
H8sd.tt.33e.
Pan try
Windows,.
Check Bab
60s
Barn Saab, 4-light, 3S«.
Very Handsome
ir.SJB
Front Art Door.
TO THE MAN
WHO SMOKES A PIPE
We have added to our extensive line of
Fancy Smoking Tobaccos, the Famous
A SPILMAN MIXTURE &
The Tobacco without a bite or regret
made of the choicest part of the leaf,
from the finest tobaccos grown, in
Turkey, Syria and Cuba.
A tobacco with the aroma in it
not on it of unvarying quality made &%
for lovers of the best.
Your Unbiiten Tongue Will Praise It
53 1-3
oz
75c 1-2 lb. $1.65 1 lb. $3.30
Cook's Cigar Store
11 West Main
MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
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For 5c you can buy one of
Cook's Imperial Cigars
There Are None Better
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