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(5 I r£'S §k! efe. fee I" :s '1 A ft |W jH Odeon Theatre I BUSBY BROS.. Mgrs—Tel. 262X W. A. Tapp. Res. Mgr. Sunday, Feb. 9 THE SWEDISH t'O J1EDY-DRA MA "A Prince of Sweden" In four acts with up-to-date specialties! and good singing and dancing. A continuous laugh from start to finish, PRICES 15, 25, 35 and 50 cents Seats on sale Saturday 10 a. m. Monday, Feb. 10 THE MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS Pickings From Puck With the Entirei Original Cast Scenic Production Intact. PRICES PRICES ./...? .50, .75, $1.00, and $1.50 Seats on Sale Wednesday 10 a. m. BIJOU THEATP'' TONIGHT—NEW BILL. MR. AND MRS. B. HAGAN New Act. ALWAYNE ELITE THEATRE PLEASANT SIDE OF A SOL DIER'S LIFE AT THE VAGS MUSIC HALL *ND ILLUSTRATED SONGS. ADMISSION 5 CENTS JWATINEE SATURDAY. DRS. I. H. A. C. FRY Sanatoriu T1". V.! Sl'^*' «, 5 "f/ ,\ and Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a m. Thursday, Feb. 13 Ezra Kendall IN Geo. Ade's Latest Play The Land of Dollars „v» Laughter. 1 Singing and ^Talking. 15o Worth of Moving Pictures 15c THE ELOPMENT (New) A CONSTABLE PLEASE (New) AMATEUR PAPER HANGER AND 1 OTHERS. Matinee Saturday 2 and 3 p. m. I IV il S' THE A TORIUM I PROGRAM THE STRONG MAN THIRTEEN AT TABLE HIS FIRST ROW SONG: "REDWING" Matinee Saturday Afternoon The funniest show of the season. Thirty minutes laugh for 5 cents. Estai lished IVJii GLASSES FITTED PERCY R. WOOD, M. D. MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA 1. S. MILLARD, justice oi the Pea :, FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE, SURETY BONDS NO. 6 SOi'TH FIRST AVENUE New 'Phone 909. W. B. ELLIOTT FIRE TORNADO AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE feuret 3cn 's Notary Publio Leading Coiu 'l/i-i^rarce Written In panies. New 'Phone No. 208. 12S East Main St. MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA. 2imre-UqttbUcoa. Dance Forney's hall Saturday. Dr. Wood, eye, throat, nose, and ear. New wash goods at M. F. Andrews'. Six-cent outing for 4%c at M. F. An drews'. Wanted Men to cut and pack ice. soldiers' home. 5 2 '^-j Brief Inquire of John P. Woodbury, Jr., at proving nicely. Mrs. G.' ^V. Bates Mr. and Mrs. G. TV. Bates, living one mile west of Luray, are parents of a daughter. Miss Elsa Stern returned yesterday I from a two months' visit in Kansas City, Mo., with relatives. The Q. N. Aid society will meet, Saturday afternoon with Miss Shirley! English, 111 East State street. Fresh radishes, lettuce. Michigan 25 35 50 and 75 Cts eclery, sweet potatoes, cranberries and 1 Canadian rutabagas, at Culley's. Dr. Cora Williams, diseases of wom en and obstetrics. Office o\er Fidelity bank. Hours 10-12 a. m., 1-4 p.m. To close out robes and blankets at any old price. Carinody's harness shop. North First avenue, sign of big horse collar. Florida tangerines, navel orange Malaga grapes, New York greenings, fine eating: Northern Spys for eating I and cooking, at Culley's. The first meeting of the new executive committee of the Marshall County Fair association wps held at the office of Secretary W. M. Clark this nJon. Mr. and Airs. Alphonso Three Certified Checks on the Bank ofi North Second street, are the parents of! was unconscious. It is not thought,who have en will return next week. I"" Valentines at Wachter's. All kinds, |H, randies. Leave your order and have your valentines made of candy, anvjin Icription. any size. 33 West Main. Crocker encampment. Xo. 31. I. O. O. K., has received an invitation to go i:o Zearing and take charge of the initiatory ceremonies incidental to the opening of a camp there, w|iich is to he instituted within a short time. The He has not yet been fixed. I John Magnor, the Iowa Central I si /itehtpan, who was struck by a suitcli engine and seriously injured ednesday evening, is doing well con- si iering the nature of his injuries. His condition' today allows improvement aid his general symptoms are encour aging. The Hanger, used by the Iowa Cen- evening by Mrs. Clara Loder for her son! Master Donald Lodcr. Light re freshments were afterwards served at the home. 100 West Church street, by HOMEOPATHIC PHYS" Havens recently resigned. Miss Titus and SURGEONS. has been attending Cornell College. Alt. General practice. Mrs. Fry makes dis- Vernon. She has taught in the eoun »:ases of women a specialty. I. H. Fry,! ty before. the err, car nose and throat a special ty. Office and residence in the "Health CofTee" is really the closest Fry block, 102-104 West Main. I Glasses Fitted. Mrs. Lorler and sister, Mrs. C. D. Swick. The table was prettily decor '.tcd with rei1 Miss Catlunne ..ui.-. of Rhodes, has I coflT(-* Eye, Ear, NOSb, THKOAT £$ •jit-- imitation ever yet produced. This, the finest coffee substitute ever made, has recently been produced by pr. Siioop. of Racine, Wis. Not a grain of real coffee in it either. Health Cof fee is made from pure toasted cereals. with malt. nut", etc. Really it would fool an expert—who might drink it for coffee. No twenty or thirty minutes boiling. "Made in a minute" says the doctor. Sold by C. H. Culle.v. '^i •. _- I ot Presbyterian ladies' (exchange at Peekham's store Saturday. I The finest and largest assort of dried fruits in the city, at Culley's. The Shakespeare society will meet next Tuesday with Mrs. E. W. Whin cry. Alyer. 203 The wire difficulties, resulting from the rain and sleet storm of W'ednes day night, were about all remedied toilsy. altho some of the toll and rural telephone lines, which were hardest. hit, are still having trouble in getting university five at Iowa City, thru. Crews of linemen of the Iowa Telephone Company, were sent out from this city in ajl directions yes terday to repair breaks in the lines. reset poles and disentangle crossed wires. On llie line running east from this city twenty-five poles in three miles were blown down and had to be reset. Representative and Mrs. W. H. Ar ney, of Taylor township, who have' been visiting in Dodge City and To peka. Kas.. and Kansas City, for two weeks, returned home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Arney were absent longer than they exp.*cie,|. because, .just as they were about to leave llie aome of Representative and .Mrs. C. M. Beesoii. in Dodge City, where they were visiting. Airs. Arney slipped and fell down stairs. Shr- w.i- ijuite pain fully bruised and received a gash on the forehead, but was not seriously hurt. After a few days' rest she was able to accompany licr husband home. tv T^ 1 Dr. Lierle—Eye and ear. Dance Forney's liall Saturday. Geo. J. Allen, optical specialist. Cliuiee caulillower at Reynolds Sheldon's. lee cream at Wacliier's. given prompt attention. All utders Presbyterian ladies' exchange at Peekham's store Saturday. Mr. Warren Nichols of Minerva was In the city today. Home growl^ lettuce and radishes at The Witenagemote club held its reg Keynolds & Sheldon's. itlar meeting Thursday afternoon at til r»r—r-p Men's woftl underwear. $1.00 quality, now 75c. al M. l-\_/Viul rows'. Some of our new spring suits have arrived. I'ome in aiul look tlieni over. M. i'\ Andrews. The greatest lot' of 5c torchon anil Val. laces ever shown in the city are on sale at M. F. Andrews'. 'home of Airs. \Y. F. Snelling, 50^ WesL lL Sealshipt oysters are better now than any time this season. Once tried always used. Culley's, 10-1- South First avenue. Airs. Elmer Sutton, living northwest of Green Mountain, who has been seriously sick of pneumonia, is im- Canadian cream cheese, Edam, lim burger, buttercup brick, Sap Sa.go, Neufchatel, appetitost and full crcain cheese, at Culley's. Wm. Springer, the grocer at 6 West: North street, is paying 28 cents per pound in trade and 25 cents cash for good country butter. Pastry specials at Wachter's Satur day: Lady curls, oyster paddie shells, cherry diamonds, cream puffs. Char lotte russe made to order. Attend the Home Guards' dance at the K. P. hall tonight. Admission 10 cents. Evening tickets 2j cents. Re freshments. Everyone welcome. Robert T. Hubbard, aged -0, of this city, and Grace Helen Sec, aged 20, of les Moines, were given a license to I wed at Des Moines Thursday. William Ai. Ferguson, of Ida Grove, who was called to tills city by the death of his sister. Mrs. Henry L. Stinc, left for Ida Grove this morn ing. Double header of indoor base ball in the Y. Al. C. A. "gym" tonight, lovva after- Central railway vs. Business Men. and A. 10. Shorthill Vo. vs. Railroad V. M. C. A. Gallery seats. 10c. Carl Lewis, of Taylor a son. .Mrs. Mver was formerly Miss I reached home 'I hursday afternoon from Minnie Nehring and is a daughter of businessWrip of a week, spent al Air. and Mrs. A. H. Xehring. 1 llN ,l' a,u 1 m'K I ids. IN* was accomputiKHl riank The condition of Mrs. Sarah A. Peinberton, of Iowa Kails. I Morgan. 401 South Second street, is not encouraging today. Cremic pois- I and Mrs. 1. Aur.nger of P^, .. oiling has developed, and today she tlu that she can live long. Wednesday, let. today for Iowa. .t ... where Mrs. •Aunnger will undergo an J. O. Adams, who has been at Da- operation for the removal of gall atones. at La- fayette. Inl.. since \early in December.! in the employ of the Rand. McNally mpauvl arrived home Thursday eve- Sunday night, hebruary 9 the funny Ining. Mrs. Adams and daughter Hel- Hnnce of Sweden, laUei a daughter of Ailiu been 1 ll,t vve sizes and prices of heart valentines.. laugli provoking acts. Prices 15, -£, 30 Heart candies, heart boxes filled with anc he.e sime Thursday afternoon with the expec- About sixteen children enjoyed tation of taking a position as house sleighing parly from to 9. given lasi keeper in the home of Monroe Maiden. When Mrs. Xasli reached Tama she found the Maiden home had just been quarantined because of smallpox, and Mrs. Nash returned home on the evening train. The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Hugjies was held Thursday afternoon a been chosen teacher for district school three miles southwest of the city. No. 3. Timber Creek township, which Rev. James McGee officiated. The lias been closed for a .time because of pall bearers were G. W. and A. A. Giles, the sickness of the former teacher. Miss Addie Havens, of Conrad. Miss Phineas Varnum. W. F. Wilcox. G. R. Hudson and A. Mel berg. Interment was in Riverside. Mr. E. C. Button, of Nevada, is in the city visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Albert Lewis, and was accompanied to the city by Mr. L. F. Button, of Decorah. The Messrs. But ton came especially to visit their grandmother, who is at the Lewis home. Before returning to their re spective homes they will visit old friends at Conrad and Beaman. E. G. Scliroeder, physical director and basket ball coach of the state uni versity at Iowa City, arrived in the city this morning and spent the day here with friends. Mr. Schroeder went to Grinnell this evening to offi ciate at the basket ball game between the University of Minnesota and the Iowa College teams. Saturday even ing the Minnesota team plays the state Conductor E. D. Young, of the Iowa Central, who has been off duty a few trips owing to his having been sub poenaed as a witness in a company case in the Hardin county district cpurt. returned from Eldora Thursday afternoon, and resumed his run north in the evening. The case was in re lation to an Abbott right-of-way mat ter. Conductor S. W. Rowen has been on Mr. Young's run during his ab sence. Members of the Alpha Bridge club and a few guests were pleasantly en tertained Thursday evening by Mrs. M. C. Chesire, 802 Wesl Church street. Mrs. Grace K. Haviland won the high score, and Mrs. W. H. Thompson the low. Mrs. Chesire served a dainty luncheon after the games, in which she was assisted by Mrs. Myra Hoyt. The club's guests were Mesdames W. H. Thompson. Minnie Rhoades, Myra Hoyt, A. U. Johnson and H. H. Nichols. *VV I attraction at the Odeon thoater. Gt)uii singing and dancing will sprinkled thru the four big jq cents. Burke Lyon arrived home Thursday' evening from Kvanston. III., where lie has been attending Northwestern, and will enter bis father's office and engage in the stud}' of law.. Mr. George M. Lyon has been confined to his ho'me several days owing to an attack of grippe. The Concordia Naebund enjoyed its meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jacob Wittel, 302 South Third street. Guests of the club were Mesdames Charles Buchwald. Tomp- kins arks 00 Miss Hanson, l-'rank Arnold,' E Boomer and L,ji|je j0), McMahon, and wittel. ir.il to clean out the snow and ice from between the. rails of its tracks, and ^specially close to the inside of the ra Is, was s«. nt out for the tirst time Thursday. The Hanger was run over the line north of this city as far as: -\[ason city. I -Mrs. Mary C. Nash went to Tama Carl Gustaf Noven, a native of Sweden, who is living on rural route No. 1 out of this city, made applica tion Thursday afternoon for papers of naturalization. Noven has been a res ident of tile United States since March 2". 1902. apd most of that time has this county. l' *, ,! A 7^~* ^rrr Tiniea^iqmuiicmr, TOarshaHtxTum Dance Forney's hall Saturday. Dr. Bullard, osteopath, 28 E. Mala •Mr. llans Krickson, of La.Vloille, was in the city today. ('ticoaniils and pineapples at Rey nolds & Sheldon's. All women's and men's outing gowns are selling at cost price at AI. An drews'. Wanted -i 'ity :alesman Call on Kngene Cherry at^C. A. West's store, U'24 East Main street. Business Aianager \\. r. Hughes, of the Times-Republican, was in Dos Moines today on business. County Treasurer J. P. Cooper was chosen paymaster of the county bridge department by the board of super visors Thursday afternoon. Mr. Coop er takes the place of Deputy Treas urer Robert \V. Stevens. The funeral of Harold A. Slieetz. ,'tlu little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. 10. KheeUf was th idence. HOC 1 family res- Kast Boone street, at l:.'!n o'clock Thuisday afternoon. Re\ H. Morris officiated and the body was I burled in Riverside. Miss Ethel Elliott left for lov^i city Thursday afternoon and will take charge of the drilling of the dramatic club of the styte university, prepara tory to tile club's presentation of "Twelfth Night," on the 13th inst. Miss Elliott was one of tin* organizers of lie drama tie clul "I'icUings l-'roti Puck." which comes to the Odeon Heater Monday uiglu. February Id, is unlike most musical comedies in Ibis one respect—that it contains a plot-—not intricate enough to tire, but enough to hold the inter est until the final curtain. Prices 2.", "f, i0 and 75 cents. The Ladies' auxiliary of the V. M. C. A. were entertained at the home tovvnsliip.' sisting. About forty-five members and of .Mrs. Carroll Johnston. (OS North l-'irst street, Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Ira Johnston. Airs. II. M. Thayer. Mrs. Ross Hubbard, and Mrs. S. S. Mills as- guests were present, and light refresh ments were served. Mrs. ("liai W'uite. who liys recent ly been quite ill at the bono sisters, the Misses .Miller, at Rapids, hu returned to tlrs city, and with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Mickenl per. has! rented the residence at Smtii Sec-' olid street, where she wi 11 make her home itnLi. her own residence is va cated. The body of Homer Carter, a broth er of J. (.«. Caller, who was killed in Los Angeles on the night of i'Ybrtiary 6. is expected to arrive in this city this evening or tonight. The body will be accompanied by James Reed, of Long Beach. Cal.. a brot,her-in-law of the deceased. I'pun its arrival here the body is to be taken to t'nioii. and then to Bangor, where the service will be held. I If stoves and ranges give you trouble, If they won't heat nor kettle bubble. If fumes and gases make you choke, Suppose you try the Solva.v Coke.— Kor sale by Consumers' Puel Co. AS OTHERS THINK Everyone in Marshalltown Has a Right to His Own Opinion. While everyone lias a right to his own opinion, yet it is wise to always consider what others think arid proHt by their experience. Nothing makes life so miserable, or interferes so widely with the useful ness of the average American, as in digestion. and it is well for us to give fair consideration to what others think about this remarkable affliction, McBride & Will are positive that in Mi-o-na stomach tablets ihey have an absolute cure for indigestion and the many disagreeable symptoms that fol low this disease, such as distress after eating, coated tongue, 1 "2 o'clock from the Hughes home, bad taste in the mouth, dizziness,' flatulence, nervous ness and debility. Their action in selling Mi-o-na on a guarantee to refund the money unless it cures, shows plainly their belief in the value of this remedy. They take all the risk, and there will be no charge whatever for Mi-o-na unless you are I satisfied that it has relieved you of indigestion. PIERCE IS ACTIVE. Presents a Ticket the Second Ward and Others. F. G. Pierce and his friends, the standpatters, are working to manipu late the Second ward caucus tonight with a ticker, of standpatters and per sonal friends. The ticket as printed is as follows: A. H. Welker, J. R. Bin ford. J. H. Mineah. C. T. LaPlant, L. R. Maxwell, W. B. Williams, J. J. Wil son. Card of Thanks. We desire in this manner to thank the neighbors and friends' during the sickness and death of our mother, Mrs. William H. Hughes also for the beautiful floral offerings. The children. Local Weather Record. The temperature dropped to zero Thursday night, making it the coldest Lpt common sonso decide. If the little sharp aches, the shortness ot breath, the dull mental condition, dis appear when coffee is dis continued. there's no need of any argument. Then when all the func tions be^in to run smoothly nerves steady, brain clear, appetite natural as a re sult ot drinking Postuni in place ot the drug'-bearing: cottcc, common sense will decide where com tort is. "There's a Reason." 4 J:r pgp'S^SSf vises Jjttura, night of the week. At 7:30 o'clock tills morning the temperature was 1! above I zero, compared with S above zero lor the same hour Thursday morning. Twenty-one was the maximum teniper iature Thursday, compared '.villi 3- for the day before. MILLER AGAIN IN BUSINESS. Has Purchased the Ice Cream Business From B. L. Pyle. to Whom He Sold Some Time Ago. I wish to announce that I have pur chased the wholesale and retail icc cream business from Mr. B. 1j. 1'yle, at jlOl West Main street, and that I will give the business! my personal super- Miss Lulu Lane, of Taylor township, vision and will be glad to see all my three miles north of th«- city, has re- old customers and many new ones. I turned from Chamberlain. .Minn., whore 1 shall do a. wholesale and retail bus- she has been since lal spring visiting iness and will be able to handle orders her brothers, Messrs. Lane. The Ladies' Cemetery Aid society and several guests were eiijovably enter tained Thursday afternoon at the 10. W. Whinery home, 10T North Second avenue by Mrs. Whinery, assisted by Mrs. George W. Gilbert. Ralph and Ira of any size or quantity. I We will manufacture all kinds of fancy ices and creams. Orders for par lies and I eptions will lie given prompt attention. Call in or telephone, and your order will receive the same attention. C.'A. MILLER. JURY IS DISCHARGED. Judge Parker Still III and Gives Direc tions to That Effect. Judge J. M. Patker is still confined to bis home on account of illness, and as he fears lie will not be able to con vene court .Monday today directed Clerk of Courts Lounsberrv to dis charge ilie jury for the term. The jyr.v was to have reported Monday. Free! Free! At W'aeiitec's eaimly store. 33 West Miln sli'eei. one of hose beautiful Dresden art pl 'tes. which will be giv en free with every $10 worth of goods. checks given S hvc if her following jjriees at their place of busl i.'edar ness In this city: Corn, best Oats—43. Wheat—S6. new—!u. fa l' Butter, No. 1 country— 2~. Eggs, strictly fresh—20. Poultry, Eggs and Butter. Swift Kt Co. jour checks and obtain one. ,-r a work is excellent of its kind. 1 find that the qualities upon which LOCAL MARKETS. 1 have laid most stress. are simplicity and freshness, in work of Prices Paid to Farmers by Marshall- all kinds and as the basis of persist town Dealers. ent growth, and of greatness in a mas- The following prices are quoted by 1 Marshalltown dealers for the different .relined by rt. excelled by imagination varieties of farmers' provisions, grain, and sustained by intellectual power, produce and poultry, also for hides for tallow, wool, pelts and skins. Grains. W. Sloppy, at Jils elevator, pay the following prices today: will Corn—New. 13. liye—70. Wheat—88. Good, white oats—43. Uarley—To. Timothy seed—1.50. Clover seed—9.00. Timothy hay—10.00. Straw --r.,00. K. K. Benedict. & Co. will pay the Ask Your Dealer to Show Don't simply ask for oranges—ask for California oranges—then see that they were packed by the California Fruit Growers Exchange. That is your assurance that you are getting tree-ripened, juicy, healthful, full-flavored fruit, carefully select ed for color and size— the first pick of the best orange groves in California. Oranges vary. It is your privilege'to demand the best. They, standard of good quality come in boxes marked as shown. Oranges art prescribed by physicians for their tonic value—as an aid to digestion .and be cause of their laxative action, they £iv€ balance to any meal. California Navel Orange* are Seediest Wear Out Pants Fast? Now is the time to get him fit ted out without much expense to you. We are going to sell for one week our entire stock of knee pants at the following prices: Boy's 25c knee pants now 15c Boy's 50c knee pants now 35c Boy's 75c knee pants now 50c Boy's $ 1 knee pants now 75c We have all sizes from age 3 to 16 years. P. A. Stern & Son Reliable Clothiers for Men, Boys and Children 4s: f-'V'V, Timothy hay—11.00. S'ravv—r.,00. Cook Bros.' Grain Company, at the AIarsnaII elevator, are paying the fol lowing prices today: 'iii'ii, old—Dir. Corn, good new—44. Oats, good—43. Country Produce. I George Olson, the grocer, quotes the following prices in trade for country produce, effective until further notice: until further notice, will pay at their office the following prices I for farmers' poultry, eggs and packing stock. Hens—6. Springs—G. 1 Old cocks—3. l.iulter, packing stock—17. Hides and Tallow. H. Willard, Son & Co. will pay dur ing the present week, the following prices: No.- 1 green hides—4. Horse hides—2.00. Tallow, No. 1—4. Tallow, No. 2—3%. Rough fat—X. Sheep pelts—,T0, .7." and $1.25r Furs. Muskrat—:I7. 10, 5. Mink—2.00, 1.00. 50. Raccoon—1.00, 60, 40. Skunk—70 40, 25. Opossum—20, 10, J). Civet Cat—15., 10. 5. Canons of Criticism. (Tile late Edmund Clarence Stertman.) I favor a generous eclecticism or uiiiver«alisii' in art. enjoying what is good, and believing that, as in nature, tile question is not whether this or with every purchase. that kind is more excellent, but whetli- terpiecc. simplicity and spontaneity. Admiration for the Rogue. (London Reader.) If the truth is to be told I suppose we all hav.a a sneaking sympathy for the rogue. The black sheep of the family is always tirst favorite with his mother an.I his aunts the heroes of Smiles' "Sell'-llelp" A will never be half so popular as Robin Hood or Rob Roy. Why They Roared. The Orniond beach was gay. "What are the wild waves saying?" Imiuircd tie girl. "From their sullen roar," we an- I swered. "it is probable that they are merely reiterating the general kick against tie high prices thai prevail here." Box 1 WL k* r"k~ r--. Prices ODEON THEATRE BUSBY BROS., Owners and Managers—Tel. 262X W. A. TAPP, Resident Manager Sunday, Feb. 9 THE BIG FUN SHOW of 5—Up-to=Date Specialties—5 And four acts brimming over with laughter na—MM rn thtt:.15,25,35 Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m. We teach Bookkeeping, Stenography, Typewriting, Penmanship English, Commercial Law, Arithmetic, and we teach them well. Write today for free illustrated catalogue. Enter next Monday* Watch Repairs One of Our Strongest Departments However new this store may be, our watch repair expert Is well known to you. His handiwork has been In evidence in Marshalltown for many a year. No matter how complicated the repairs no matter what sort or grade of movement is to be put in shape, you should surely avail yourself of the services of an expert. With each piece of watch repair ing we give as reasonable a guarantee as one could give. And tho prices charged here are reasonable too—so reasonable that one can ill afford to risk a delicate repair job to a cheaper, but less capable man. Are in Charge of Mr. Innes, an ac knowledged Expert in his line. Test out his ability. Kxpert remodeling of frames—soldering—shaping—grinding of lenses repairing of frames—matching of lenses—all are favorite specialties in our optical repair dept. in charge of that master of optics, Mr. Innes. No job too large or too small—no job too complicated. Mr. Innes is also ready at all times to give free a modern optical test—to determine tvhether or not your eyes are in normal shape. Visit him tomorrow— see his modern dark room—have him explain his numerous pieces of apparatus. Learn to regard.this establishment as an "optical" head quarters. General Repairs We are Ably Equipped tti Repair Anything in Jewelry ME JOSEPH JEWELRY v.'V ^fnd!.this is a "gold working" shop too—we remount diamonds, build set tings, engrave, solder, design jewelry, and repair, model and rejuven ate everything that can be repaired in a modern jewelry shop. On work of this sort we strive to make prices "popular"—and give high class work. JEWELERS ANP SILVERSMITHS WE PROPOSE ..Y -1 .r_ Learn The Right Combiriation Are you ambitious? Do you want your share of the wealth and power and fame that fills the world? You can have it. Set the combination right and the doors to suc cess will be opened wide. A course at our schools will fit you fdr a paying position) and start you on the road to wealth. We will make you an expert stenographer, bookkeeper, or business correspondent. We will give you a thorough and practical education. We will fit you to step into a PAYING position where rapid advance ment and increased salary is assured. a 1 and 50c vVf* \J O That you need a handsome table Tamp" or ah equally handsome portable lamp is a fact. .Now we can advise you on every point as to the most desirable kind because we have all kinds to fit every imaginable use. The price you intend paying will be the right ons. A. W. CARROLL 4 CO. /. •5 136 West Main, Both 'Phonaa.