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.* A Test for
Pure PEPPER
Impure Pepper will make clear soups
muddy—absolutely pure Pepper, properly
ground, will not in the least atfect its clear
ness. Try it. Among
CANNON BRAND
..you will find your favorite kind of Pepper
—and absolutely pure too. Buy a package
and try the above test—it will prove the
'purity of TONE'S PEPPER beyond question.
rPEPPEK MUSTARD CINNAMON
NUTMEG CilNGEK ALSPICE
CLOVES
lO cents a package at Grocer*
Ask for TONE'S SPICKS.
TONE BROTHERS. Dei Moines. Iowa.
THESE ISN'T ONE
out of
I people that buy
in
really know
wool
from
cotton
v-
goods
the way clothes
are made now
days. You won't
need to know
fri
.{ when buying at
our store as we
t'
never
misrepre-
sent
merchandise
Wheii ready for
your spring cloth
ing give us a call
.and see if what
we advertise isn't
the"'truth. "The
proof of the pud
ding is in chew
ing string."
Try I'
P. A. STERN & SON
Clothiers For Men *.
and Boys /j.
MARSHALLTOWN, IA.
6—Scotch Topped Bulls—6
f- At Farmers' Prices, ftf1--
Well bred and prices in reach of any
farmer.
Farm HVz miles northeast of town.
M. L. AND A. F. ANDREWS,
•.^Melbourne, lewa.
.. v*
MacDiannid and Johnson Ar­
raigned in District Court-
Grand Jury Meets
THEY BOTH WAIVE OBJECTIONS
Neither Has Fault to Find With Mem­
bers of the Grand Jury—MacDiarmid
Pays Close Attention to Judge Park­
er's Instructions to the Jury—Is Then
Returned to Jail.
The Green Mountain Savings bank
ease is in the hands of the grand jury.
President Stuart B. Mac Diarmid and
Cashier Donald A. Johnson were ar
raigned in the district court Tuesday
afternoon, just prior to the meeting of
the grand jury. Both were given the
opportunity to file objections to the
grand jury, but both, thru their attor
neys, waived this formality.
Mac Diarmid, who is s:ill in jail,
having been so far unsuccessful in the
attempt to secure bail of $5,000, was
seated behind his attorneys, with
Cashier Johnson, who is out on bonds.
Both remained in the court room
while the jury was being empaneled
and instructed. Then Mac Diarmid
was taken back to his cell in.tho coun
ty jail.
Mac Diarmid Evinces Interest.
Mac Diarmid evinced the greatest
interest in the court proceedings go
ing on around him while he was in
court. After the seven jurors, who
will investigate the tangle of the
bank's affairs, had been chosen, Judge
Parker began to instruct the jurors on
their duties. While Judge Parker was
speaking, Mac Diarmid kept his eyes
glued on the judge's face, as tho fear
ful bf missing a word. The instruc
tions given the jury were only the
usual ones, and the bank's case was
not touched on especially.
Excepting for a blue flannel shirt,
Mac Diarmid was dressed in clothes
of the latest cut, which, however,
showed the need of pressing.
Harold Smith, the young man who
is held for entering the S. B. Chapman
home, was the only other prisoner, in
addition to Mac Diarmid, who was ar
raigned before the grand jury. He also
waived all objections.
Grand Jury All Farmers.
The grand jury is without excep
tions made up of farmers. The follow
ing are those who are serving: W.
A. Ellis, Washington S. L. Ludlow,
Greencastle J. D. Ralls, Llscomb J.
O. DeButts, Logan D. H. Paul, Jef
ferson Jason Molfatt, Iowa, and \\.
E. Williams, Linn. J. O. DeButts was
chosen foreman.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF SIN.
Dr. Buckner Reviews History of the
Fall of Man.
An audience of 500 was at the meet
ing at the Methodist church last night.
A beautiful selection was rendered by
a male quartet, composed of Messrs.
Gilmore, Arney, Fee and Stiles. Dr.
Buckner preached a logical sermon on
it
lie philosophy of sin, how it got into
the world, why it was tolerated, and in
what manner ft continues to exist.
The text was, "Thou shalt not eat of
it for in ithe day that thou eatest
thereof, thou shalt surely die." We
must not get the impression that God
unnecessarily limits us within nar
row bounds. There is plenty of room
for us to exercise to the fullest ex
tent all our powers in the service of
God and men without getting over un
*r the jurisdiction of the devil.
As to why sin was ever allowed to
exist among men, it is clear that if
men are to toe free moral agents, they
must have the. power of choice, the
freedom to choose the evil or the good.
If men had no option to do wrong,
they would be machines or automatons
—their obedience would foe perfunc
tory, and this would be contrary to
the purpose of God in creating man.
He desired beings like himself with
power of choice, who might revere and
trust and commune with him. He
commander Adam and Eve not to eat
of the forbidden fruit, thus using a
physical and material example in an
ehdeavor to convey to their limited
perceptions a spiritual truth. There
are Ave points of contact .between God
and His children, viz: Confidence, re
spect, reverence, love and obedience.
Sometimes all these points of contact
are ibroken, and then there is complete
separation. The devil did not attempt
at one stroke to destroy all these points
of contaot, nor did he make a straight
forward attack. Referring to the fruit
of the forbidden tree, by craftiness and
deceit, he succeeded in destroying that
A Beautiful Face
The Secret of Parisan Women's
Beautiful Complexions, pg
To the minds of most women,
Parisian means beauty so world
famous are the ladies of Paris for
making themselves charming and beau
tiful. And yet it is a fact that
Parisiennes, so far as features are con
cerned, haven't beautiful faces, as a
rule. Their beauty consists largely of
immaculate complexions. An Amer
ican lady, visiting a friend in Paris,
obtained from her the secret of the
clear, charming complexions of French
women and says it is a wash that is
prepared at home and applied to the
face dally.
Obtain at your drug stord Rose
Water, 2 ounces Cologne Spirits, 1
ounce: Eppotone (skin food), 4 ounces.
Put the Eppotone in a pint of hot
water (not boiling), and after dis
solved, strain and let cool. Then add
the Rose Water and Cologne Spirits.
The above wash Is easily and quick
ly prepared at home, and is a most
delightful toilet preparation, harmless
even to a baby's face, and soothing to
tender skins.
implicit confidence wlnoh Eve had felt
for God, and the other steps followed
until Satan had secured for himself
that conlidence, respect, reverence and
obedience whioh had frequently been
rendered to Gocl, and thus spiritual
death, which is an estrangement from
God, ensued. The procedure of the
•devil is exactly the same today.
The commands of God are n"t an
arbitrary exercise of power, nor are
they based on whim or eaprl-ce. They
are solemn warnings which God. in
his love, makes known to men in the
hope that they will give heed and thus
be spared the anguish of the conse
quences that follow the violation of
law. Restore the points of contact,
if any are broken, and give again to
God that conlidence. respect, rever
ence. love and obedience which has
great love desires, and which is his
due.
Yesterday and today there were also
weli attended meetings at 2:30.
DELEGATES TO DES M6INES.
Bulk of Marshall County's Representa
tion Went Down Tuesday Afternoon.
Marshalltown and Marshall county
were in evidence on all hands in Des
Moines last night, in preparation for
the republican state convention today.
Everywhere could be seen some .Mar
shall county man, or former Marshall
county man, chatting wth groups of
politicians in the lobbies of the Sav
ery, where the large body of repub
licans had gathered for conferences.
There were also in evidence politicians
•who were not to participate in the con
vention, but who were lobbying in an
effort to secure as much reaction as
possible on disappointments at home.
Two former Marshall county boys,
now mayors of Iowa towns, were pres
ent as delegates. In the persons of
Mayor H. C. Modlin. of Perry, and W.
P. Galloway, of Estherville. Mr. Mod
lin is a son of Joseph Modlin, formerly
of Albion, but now of Des Moines, and
a brother of Mrs. Ann Speer, of this
city. Dr. Galloway is a son of Mr. and
Jlrs. John Galloway, and was formerly
a dentist of this city.
Big "Joe" Allen, son of the late D.
J. Allen, and former owner of the
present Governor Packard farm, was
also very much In evidence. Mr. Allen
is now a member of the senate, rep
resenting the Fiftieth Iowa district.
Most of the delegates to the state
convention from this county went to
Des Moines on the Great Western
train Tuesday afternoon.
GUSSIE GARDNER COMING.
Marshalltown Girl to Visit Old Homo
With "Peter Pan" Company.
Marshalltown friends will be inter
ested in knowing that Miss Augusta
Gardner, as she is known profession
ally, is a member of Mr. Charles Froh
man's "Peter Pan" company, which ap
pears in this city at the Odeon next
Monday night.
Miss Gardner, in private life, Mrs.
Louis Eagan, has a minor part in the
cast, but gratefully accepted it in or
der to be with her husband, who is
stage manager for the company.
Gussie Baumgardner, as she was
born, was a daughter of the late Mrs.
Fritz Garmshausen, of this city, a sis
ter of Louis Baumgardner, now of Om
aha, and a half-sister of Miss Rose
Garmshausen. She attended school here
as a girl, and left Marshalltown at the
age of 15 years to go on
the stage. She appeared in soubrette
parts for several years, and was very
successful. Miss Gardner is planning
by correspondence to meet many of her
old friends while in the city.
ROBERTS TO LEAVE.
Earle Roberts, Head of Y. M. C. A.
Boys' Work, to Quit.
'Earle Roberts, who has 'been lh
charge of the work of it-he iboys' de
partment of the Railroad Y. M. C. A.,
will leave the association about May
15, to return to Oskaloosa to enter
the employ of the Green & Bentley
Drug Company during the summer. In
the fall he expects to start to col
lege.
The board of directors of the assor
elation, which met last night, asked for
a complete report from the boys' de
partment for its next monthly meet
ing.
It has not yet determined what ar
rangements should be made for con
tinuing the work of this department,
which has grown rapidly during the
past year.
OBITUARY.
Dilley.
Mrs. Rosanna Dilley, wife of Gtiy
Dilley, 304 East Boone street, died at
5:40 o'clock Tuesday evening at her
home after a three weeks' illness of
bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. Dilley was
a daughter of Preston Davis, who made
his home with Mr. and Mrs. Dilley. She
was 25 years old, and was born in
Lanark, 111. Aside from her husband
and father Mrs. Dilley Is survived by
two younger brothers and one sister.
One of the brothers, William I/a
vis, and a sister, Elsie May, are living
with families in the country near Des
Moines. The other brother, Harry, Is
a member of the soldiers' orphans'
home at Davenport.
The funeral arrangements have not
yet been made.
EMPTY BUILDING QUICKLY.
Fire Drill at High School Empties
Building in Short Time.
Quick time was made, without hur
ry or confusion. In a .fire drill at the
high school building this morning,
when the building was emptied of all
of the pupils in two and one-half min
utes. No effort was made to see how
quickly the pupils could be got out,
bpt instead it was attempted to rid
the building in the shortest time pos
sible without hurry or confusion.
Make Church Safe.
At a meeting of the congregation of
the Norwegian Lutheran church held
Tuesday evening, the trustees of the
church were instructed to have the
doors on the church building changed
so that they would swing outward in
stead of in as they now do. The
change was ordered made to make it
easier and safer to empty the build
ing in Case of a stampede during a
fire.
In the District Court."
Defaults and appearances were taken
by Judge Parker Tuesday afternoon.
Among the defaults entered was one
against Mrs. Nettie Luck in the di
vorce case of Rev. Charles E. Luck, of
Clernons vs. his wife. This Indicates
that Mrs. Luck will make no contest
when the case comes on for hearing.
OTK
Thittts-HzpnMtorn, "Jcaslialltexmr
New Directory Finds Increase ot
in .Population, Placing
Total at 12,10K
OTHER CITIES STANDING STILL
Publishers Cite Gain as Notable When
Compared to Other Towns That
Have Either Stood Still or Shown a
Loss—Directory's Introductory State­
ment.
That MarslialHowu has had a \ery
satisfactory growth 111 little more than
a year past is evidenced by the can
vass just completed by the Pettibone
Directoi company in the issuance of
its li'Os directory. The directory peo
ple tind that the growth in population
has been 542. and place the total pop
ulation of the city at 12.40S.
In the introduction of the new di
rectory, the publishers have the fol
lowing to say concerning the growth
of the city:
"The city is growing, not only in
population, but in everything that goes
to make a beautiful and prosperous
municipality. Many obstacles of the
past have hindered Marshalltown in
her race for growth. These have now
been overcome and the experience of
the past has placed her on a firmer
financial basis.
"We find upon this canvass 12.4OS in
population, quite a gain, while many
other cities are standing still or run
ning behind."
EAT WHAT YOU WANT
But Find the Way to Digest What
You Do Eat.
The first thing to do in the case of
Indigestion or stomach weakness is to
strengthen the muscular walls of the
stomach and intestines, so that they
will care for the food that Is eaten.
In no other way can this be done as
well as by taking a Mi-o-na tablet be
fore each meal. This restores strength
to the stomach muscles and stimulates
the pouring out of gastric juices, then
the food digests readily and you begin
to get the full benefit from what you
eat.
Use Mi-o-na whenever you have sick
headache, heartburn, bad taste in the
mouth, coated tongue, spots before the
eyes, sleeplessness and the many other
symptoms that are the direct result of
indigestion.
McBride & Will give with every 50
cent box of Mi-o-na a guarantee to re
fund the money unless the remedy
cures.
MARRIED.
Rollings-DeWitt. ,,
Clyde L. Rollings, of State Center,
and Mrs. Bessie May DeWitt, of
Clemons, were married at the office of
the officiating justice, S. E. Peek,
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Ladies Give Social.
A dime social, given by the Ladies'
auxiliary of the Railroad Y. M. C. A.
which was held at the associat'ou
building Tuesday night, drew a good
sized crowd which was amused and
entertained. Shadowgraphs, thrown
upon a screen, showed how some of
the ladles earned money for auxiliary.
Following tihis illustration of working:
methods an informal program ts
given. Miss Wanda Wood and Carl
Painter sang. Readings were Riven
by Mrs. A. L. Frazer, Miss E«e V.
Hathaway and .Miss Itosa Flower.
Misses Mabel Miller and Bertha Col
lins played a piano cluet and Miss
Marguerite Lewis, accompanied by
Miss Lucile iMeredith. played a violin
solo. Miss Jessie Pentland and How
ard L. Miller, dressed as Irish peas
ants, distributed popcorn balls from
a wheel-barrow. The decorations of
the audience room, where the social
was held, were in green symbolic of
St. Patrick's day.
The committee
a
which had the social in eharge was
Mrs. L. C. Medearis, Mrs. E. L. Stoltz.
Mrs. Archie Elson, and Miss Louise
Miller.
In the Police Court.
George Williams and Lewis Stabler,
arrested for vagrancy, were sent to
jail for two days by Mayor Ingledue
this morning.
Liscensed to Wed.
Clyde L. Rollings, farmer, aged 25,
of State Center, and Mrs. Bessie May
!®®S
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman are Iowa
wed. Tne ceremony was performed at
the bride's home In Dubuque on March
IS. 185S, by a clergyman of the Metho
dist' church. Shortly after his mar
riage Mr. Chapman began railroading,
and for six months was a freight
brakeman on the Illinois Central. Tils
work brought him early promotion,
and he was made a freight conductor,
continuing in that capacity a couple of
years. He was then made a passenger
conductor, and served until early In
1S62, when President Lincoln issued the
second call for volunteers.
Leaves Train for Battlefield.
Mr. Chapman did not hesitate to re
s-pond to the call of his country. He
left the puffing train of which lie was
in charge to breathe the smoke of
powder rather than soft coal. Enlisting
in Company A, 21st Iowa Infan
try. he served until the close of the
war, three years and three months,
participating In many engagements, in
cluding the memorable siege of Vicks
burg. He escaped without a scratch.
Returning to Dubuque, to his young
wife and two bahv sons, he re-entered
the service of the Illinois Central, and
ran a passenger train. He came to
Marshalltown thirty years ago. and
for twenty-two years has been actively
engaged on the Towa Central. Five
years of this time were spent on the
Chicago •& Northwestern.
DeWitt, aged 23. of Clemons.
Edward F. Spreeher. farmer, aged
26, and Fannie Bell Brown, aged 21.
both of Marshalltown.
George F. Hagerman. farmer, aged
22, of Brewster, Minn., and Jessie
Norland, aged 22, of Gaza.
M. J. Thatcher, former, aged 23,
and Lola B. Gould, aged 20, both of
Liscomb.
HAIR WONT FALL OUT.
If You Kill the Dandruff Germ With
the New Treatment.
.Tolin X. Fuller, a well-known citizen
of folfax. Wash., says: "I had dandruff
so badly that it caked on my scalp,
flerplcido
completely
Veteran Central Conductor Wedded Fifty Years
MR. AND MRS. S. B. CHAPMAN,
Who Today Passed th" Half Century Mark of a Happy
MarrieH Life.
Tho half-century mark of a happy
married life was passed today by a
well-known Marshalltown couple, Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Chapman, 106 West
Church street. Mr. Chapman is a vet
eran passenger conductor on the Iowa
Central, and has a record of twenty
two years of active service. At 71 years
of age, and on the day of his golden
wedding, Mr. Chapman left in charge
of his train, the Peoria passenger, at 9
o'clock this morning.
cured me."
Ce'-i-jre 1-1. McWhirk. of Walla Walla,
Wash., says: "Herpicide completely
cured me of a bad ease of dandruff of
30 years' standing." They took the
only really sensible treatment, a rem
edy that destroys the dandruff germ—
Xewbro's Herpicide. Stop dandruff, hair
won't fall out, but will grow naturally,
luxuriantly. Allays itching instantly
and makes hair glossy and soft as silk.
One bottle will convince any doubter
of its merits. Sold by leading drug
gists. Send 10c in stamps for sample
to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich.
Two sizes. 50c and $1.00. For sale at
all drug stores.
A Pleasant Physic.
When you want a pleasant physic
give Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets a trial. They are mild and
gentle in their action and always pro
duce a pleasant cathartic effect. Call
at all dealers' drug stores for a free
sample.
A Pleasant Surprise, -4,
follows the first dose of Dr. King's
New Life Pills: the painless regulators
that strengthen you. Guaranteed. 25c.
McBride & Will Drug Co.
It's a Biscuit Flour
It's a Pastry Flour
It's a Bread Flour.
It's a Cake Flour
It's v::.
FLOUR
1
Washburn- Crosby
FOR 5AI.F BY YOUR ROC!
o.^
Mr. Chapman is probably as Well
known as any employe of the Central,
and is familiarly known to young and
old as "Beam" Chapman. He has a
son, Frank M. Chapman, who is also
a Central conductor, and is now llv
ing at Albert Lea, .Minn. During his
mployment on the Central Mr. Cha.p
rnan has resided at Albia, Ottumwa.
Mason City, Albert Lea and this city.
Illness in Family Prevents Celebration.
Illness in the Chapman family, and
in the family of Mrs. Chapman, pre
vented what had 'been looked forward
to in the way of a more pretentious
celebration of the big event in the
I lives of this grand old couple. Mrs.
Chapman's brother. Samuel Smith, of
Dubuque, is lying at death's door, and
Mrs. Frank M. Chapman, ot Albert
Lea is very seriously ill.
Have Great Grandson.
Samuel Beaman Chapman was bori
in Attams county, Illinois, near Quin
ey, Xov. 6, 1836, and Elizabeth M.
Smith, who became his wife, Is a na
tive of Medina county, Ohio, and first
saw the light on Christmas day, 1840.
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman have but two
children, Frank M. Chapman and Will
iam H. Chapman', the latter of this
city. They have three grandchildren.
Harry Chapman, night ticket agent of
the Jowa Central at Albert Lea, and
Master Ralph Chapman, both sons of
F. M. Chapman: and Ethel Chapman,
the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Will Chapman. Harry Chapman six
months ago presented to his grandpar
ents their first great grandson, who
has been christened Harold Beaman.
The many friends all over the Iowa
Central system who know "Beam"
Chapman, will join In t.he wish that
his activity in the railroad life may
continue for years to come, and that
he and his good wife may be privileged
to witness many more anniversaries of
the day-when they accepted one an
other for better or for worse.
BOWLING
SJ
Standing of the Clubs.
Number Four
rti&iriuH
P. \Y. L. Pct
30 12 .714
Rexalls 36 24 12 .667
Imperials ..
ne 21 15 .58:?
Hudsons ... 36 18 18
.500
Boosters .. 42 20 22 .476
Invincibles ... 36 16 20 .444
Hawkeyes .. 33 14 19 .424
Crescents .... 36 15
21 .417
p.. 27 10 17 .370
Blue Jays ... 30 9 21 .300
For the first time since the organi-
nation of the city bowling league the
leaders, Number 4. were beaten three
straight last night by the Boosters, un
til recently accredited as among the
iailenders. Tv..-'\t splits were mads in
the last game, and some were very
sensational, noticeably those made by
1 Anglesberg, of Number 4. The winners
worked with the advantage of a thir
ty handicap in each game and this
won the second. The scores:
BOOSTERS.
Sanders 132
Tallett 19".
Crinklaw 12S
Maxwell lfi'
AVallace 137
Handicap 30
Totals
NUMBER 4.
147
112
147
188
159
Clark ..
Frederiqft"
Will ..
Powell
Anglesberg
^r'
SSSS
ITS
179
13S
135
142
155
30
(154
..154
169
127
30
789
IS"*-
812 779
159
144
138
177
193
Totals 753
144
127
140
147
163
1
811 721
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California Oranges
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are the best in the world because
scientifically cultivated under ideal
climatic conditions. In fact, the perfect
orange comes only from California. Those
picked by the
Oranges are prescribed by
physicians for their tonic
value—as an aid todiges
tion, and because of
their laxative action,
they give
A Trial to the Eye
NO MATTER HOW FIXEDLY
ONE MAY GAZE AT THE CEN­
TRE OF THE DISC—THE THIN
CIRCLE—THE EYE WILL INVOL­
UNTARILY SEEK THE CENTRE
OF THE THICK CIRCLE.
(ROTATE RAPIDLY.)
HfflE.
crowersm
are the pick of the best orange groves. Selected,
sorted, cleaned, hand picked—full-flavored
tree-ripened—the most delicious fruit
grown. Ask your dealer to show
you the above lettering on the
box. It is your privilege
to get the best.
fca/anc*
to any meat.
Shoe!
Quality
i8P§fs§Pl
''j
Shoes made to meet a
price are limited in qual-:
ity and workmanship.
No limits are placed
upon
either in quality of materials, skill of the crafts
men or the good taste of the designers.
The price represents money's worth in actual
wearing value, while the "price-made" shoe tells
you
just how much the real value is limited.
See The Stetson Shoe and judge for yourself.
Full lines—all styles—all lasts.
For Sale by
jB* dL UfaU&tE
Sty*
CURIOUS EYE TRICKS
California 1
Navel Oranges!
are Seedless!
$6.00 to $8.00
Some at $5.00
Twofold Movement
BY ROTATING THIS DISC ITS
APPARENT MOVEMENT BE­
COMES FORWARD OR BACK­
WARD, ACCORDING TO THE
DIRECTION GIVEN BY THE MO­
TION OF THE HAND.
After performing the two optical experiments shown
herewith, one will be ready enough to admit that the
eye, after all, is beyond the comprehension of most
ordinary mortals.
It simply substantiates our claim that only an ex
periencecl optician, such as our Mr. Innes, should
be entrusted with optical matters.
See Mr. Innes on all things pertaining to the eye—
whether it amounts to simply a repair job, or a com
plicated case of eye glass fitting—either presents
an
^opportunity for Mr. Inness to show his prowess as
an optical master.
lit JOSEPH JEWELRY
JCWE11W AND SILVERSMITHS
Do It Now
-SEE-
Gregory Coal, Coke & lime Co.
About Your Winter Fuel
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