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That our American forests abound in
plants which possess the most, valuable
medicinal virtues is abundantly attested
by scores of the most eminent medical
writers and teachers. Even the untu
tored Indians had discovered the useful
ness of many native plants before the,
advent of the white race. This informa
tion, imparted freely to the whites, led
the latter to continue investigations until
to-day we have a rich assortment of most,
valuable American medicinal roots. J*
-Q.
Dr. Pierce believes that our American for
ests atibqnd In most valuable medicinal roots
foft the cuJSqf most obstinate and fatal dis
eases, if wtwohidproperly investigate them
ana la^wfifrn^atHin of this conviction, be
poirKsMTlth prldfcstfc Hip n1mn*t ynarvplnim
films PffPrtPri hi- niQ
coverv.''which hiys nroren Itself to be the
ct.^.rh tnnlc. liver Invigor
*tnr. hpart tonic and regulator, and blood
cleanser known to medical science. Dyspep
£la. or indigestion, Forpid liverT functional1
'and even valvular and other affections of
'the heart yield to its curative action. The
reason why it cures these and many other
affections, is clearly shown In a little book
of extracts from the standard medical work9
which is mailed free to any address by Dr. R.
V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y.. to all sending
request for the same.
O O
Not leas marvelous, in the unparalleled
cures It Is constantly making of woman's
many peculiar affections, weaknesses and
distressing derangements, is Dr. Pierce's
FavoritesPrescripUciftKas is amply attested
by thousands oNu^SJH^ittedjestlnionlals con
tributed bjAeJszeful pattella who have been
cured by it Vf cfltarrhkl nelvlc drains. nalntuT
periods^ Irregularities, prolapsus jmd other
rtiyiinepmpnts. eausecT bv wgjkness^ ulcer
ation of uterus ana kindred affections, often
after many other advertised medicines, and
physicians bad failed.
2v
Both the above mentioned medicines are
wholly made iip from the glyceric extracts of
native, medicinal roots. The processes em
ploved in their manufacture were original
with Dr. Pierce, and they are carried on by
skilled chemists and pharmacists with the
aid of apparatus and appliances specially
designed and built for this purpose. Both
medicines are entirely free from alcohol and
all other harmful, habit-forming drugs. A
full list of their ingredients is printed on
each bottle-wrapper.
THE REGULAR AND RELIABLE
CHICAGO SPECIALIST
J.V%
i.
Who has viaited Marahalltown every
month since 1901. will be at
THE PILGRIM HOTEL, j.
Marahalltown. Iowa,
ELbORA—Hotel Winchester, Mch. 17
TOLEDO—Hotel Toledo, March 18.
NEVADA—Hotel Park, March 19.
Cans pefaniiMitly tits eases he undertakes.
and sands the lncurabla home without taking a
fee from Cftera. This is why he continues nls
Visits year after year, white other doctors hart,
made a few visits and stopped. Dr. Shallenber
gar Is an eminently successful specialist !nal!
chronlo diseases, proven by the many cures
effected In chronic cases which have banled the
Skill of all other physicians. Bis hospital cx*
perienoe and extensive practice have made him
roflclent that he can name and locate a dia
ease In a few minutes.
Treats all curable cases of Catrrh, Nose,
rhroat and Lung diseases. *iyr and Kar,
.toraach, Uver and Klfinays, Gra\ J,Kheuma*
Msm, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Nervous and Heart
&r&ly3i
•llseases, Blood' and Skin diseases, EpIlepBy,
Wright's Disease and Consumption In ear!?
|(gg0« AlcaiQAanf thania/lilar snrf VAmol^ «"IMO
.«•
Llaua
•nasi
.. jpt
diseases of theBladder and Fenaale Orgaji
Stammering cured
auor and Tobacco habit.
OlaMes fitted and guaranteed. Granulated
Uds.Cataract, Cross Eyes straightened wltnout
pain.
NERVOUS DEBILITY.
Aro you nervous and despondent: weak and
debilitated tired moruinps no ambition—life-1
leas memory poor easily fatigued excitable
and Irritable eyes sunken, red and blurred
pimples on face dreams and night losser, rest
less, haggard looking weak back deposit In
urine and drains at stool: distrustful want ot
•onUdence lack of en orgy and strength?
PRIVATE DI8EASE8
A SPECIALTY
VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE. ETC.
WONDERFUL CURES
Perfected In old eases whloh have been neg
lected or unsklllftilly treated. No exneumenta
or failures, lie undertakes no incurable cacoa.
but cure thousands given up to die.
Consultation Free and Confidential
Address,
DR. W1LBERT SHALLE££££GER,
.3
*6 ttakwood Blvd.,
R^tertace: Drex 3tavJ PsbbU
F.H.H0UGHT0N,
PURE BRED LIVE STOCK AND FARM SALES. CATALOGS COM
PILED AND PRINTED, ALSO SALE BILLS. SEE U8 BEFORE
CHOOSING DATE. WE CAN INTEREST YOU IN A NEW PROPO
SITION. WE WILL ALSO CLERK YOUR SALE. THREE SHORT
HORN BULLS, 1 STRAIGHT SCOTCH AND ONE YOUNG SCOTCH
COW. PRICES RIGHT. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS FOR
SALE FROM BOTH COCKEREL AND PULLET MATING PENS.
ASK ABOUT THEIR SCORES. ALSO A FULL LINE OF FIRE AND
LIFE INSURANCE.
MARSHALLTOWN. IOWA
Ice For Sale!
Illrall'
There Was Lack of Offerings,
anil Good Demand By Com­
mission Houses
CORN MARKET ALSO STRONG
Influences Giving It a Bullish Tone
Were Unsettled Weather, Firm Ca­
bles and Small Receipts —Oats Mar­
ket Firm Today, Tho Very Quiet-
Firm Tone in Provisions Market.
Chicago, March 18.—Wheat opened
firm, Influenced by good demand by
commission houses and a luck of of
ferings. Trading was light. CuJiles
contributed to the firmness, having
followed the advance of yesterday in
is a a a 9 to
95% and sold to 96%. Minneapolis, Du
lut-'n and Chicago receipts were 397
cars."
The market eased off on profit tak
ing, but there was strength in corn,
May closing Vi lower at 95%@95%.
Corn.
Corn was strong. Unsettled weather,
Arm cables, and small receipts gave
the market a decidedly bullish tone.
May scored a new high mark for tho
crop at 67%@67%. It opened at 66%@
67%, touched the high point and re
acted later to 67. Receipts were nine
ty-four cars.
May closed higher at 67^4.
Oats.
Oats were very quiet, 'but firm. May
opened at 54% and sold at 54%. Re
ceipts were 1S1 cars.
Provisions.
Provisions were firm.
Chicago Grain.
Chicago, March 18.
Wheat—Xo. .2 red. [email protected]%: No. .1
Health
INSURANCE
at little cos*
L.
SATURDAY, March 21.
'w One Day Only
And Return One* Evary 28 Daya,
OFFICE HOURS—8 a. m. to 9 p. n\
S9.000.00
a"
(raaxan
teed cured without detention from business.
Speclitl attention given to all Surgical
ease
a, and all diseases of the Eye, Bar.
Kose and Throat.
F. G. HOUGHTON,
for immediate or future delivery. M()rshf)ll ICC CO.
reward is offered to
anyone for any sub­
stance injurious to the health found
in Calumet Baking Powder.
Parity is a prime essential in food.
Calumetismadeonlyof pure,wholesome
ingredients combined by skilled chemists,
and complies with the pure food laws of I
all states. It is the only high-grade
Baking Powder on the market sold at
a moderate price.
Calumet Baking Powder may be
freely used with the certainty that food
made with it contains no harmful
drugs—It is chemically cor
rect and makes Pare. Whole
some Food.
red, [email protected]%: No. 2 hard, 97%@
1.04% No. 3 hard, 95%@ 102 May
opened, 95% @95% highest, 96 "a
lowest, 95% closing, 95%@95% July,
90 U.
Corn—No. 3, 6-% @6?. No. 3 white,
(ii'% No. 3 yellow, fi5Civ65'
May opened, t6 fti'67% highest, (7%
t/i67% lowest, 66% closing, 67U
July, [email protected]%.
Oats—No. white. 51'.{@54 May
opened, 54% highest. 5-1 •{. lowest,
54% closing, 54 Qi 51 July, old,
!S%.
Chicago Produce.
Chicago, March 18.
Pork—May, 12.50.
l,ard—May. 8.02 *.-"•
Ribs—May. 6.90.
Rye—Cash, S2'{..
Barley—[email protected]
Timothy—.March, 4.75.
Clover—March, 20.S5.
Butter—Steady: creameries, 22
2S% dairies, [email protected]
Kggs—Firm [email protected]'i.
Poultry—Firm turkeys, 14 chick
ens, 12 springs, 12'i.
Hay Market.
ChieMgo. March 18.
Timothy, choice, $15(i l6.
No. 1—$13.50# 14.50.
No. 2 and No. 1 mixed—$11.50fx 12.50.
Nn. 3 and No. 2 mixed—$S.5(I}/-11.
Prairie choice Kansas and Indian
Territory—$11 T/ 12.
No. 1—
$10 @11.
No. 2—[email protected]
Iowa, Minnesota, Dakota
braska, oiloice—$
10 (fi) .10.50.
No. 1—$S.50(fj!9.50.
Lower grades—$SCiS.50.
Packing hay—$6ffr6.50.
Straw: rye—[email protected]
Oats—[email protected]
Wheat—[email protected]
AGAIN
Bob Sundheimer, the Chicago Horse Buyer
WANTED!
4r'h
500 500
Will be at Allen Bros. Feed Yard,
Marshalhown, la. Sat. March 21
To buy all kinds of fat horses. Bring in your good
ones. Will buy anything that is fat from the smallest
Shetland pony to the largest of draft horses. Will pay
th highest cash market price for all kinds of horses re
gardless to age. Slight blemishes not objectionable.
WILL BE THERE RAIN OR SHINE
1
ALBION, IOWA
load lots for sale,either
and 'e-
Potato Market.
Chicago, March 18.
Choice to fancy $ .6SW .70
Fair to good 64 .66
CALUMET
CAKING POWDER
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas Ciiy. March 18.
Wheat—May. 92'i: No. 2 hard. 91
(n !i.s\
Corn—May, 60%: No. 2 mixed, 60ft?
60 .j.
Oats—No. 2 white, 51 @53.
Sour Stomach
mnni
Marshalltown, la.
"I used Cascarets and feel like a newman. I have wilsnn «3mith anrt TJiilioj-t fm,
boon a sufferer from dyspepsia and sour
for tho last two years. I have been taking medi-
cino and other drugs, bat could find no relief only
for a short time.
I
will recommend Cascarets
my friends as the only thing for indigestion nni W'raw
Bour stomach and to keep the bowels
fn
dition. They aro very nice to eat."
Harry Stuckley, Mauch Chunk, fa. ,juj.y
6esT for
The bowels
ne uoweo gg
CANDY CATHARTIC
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do Good,
Naver Su:i en, Weaken or (tripe, 10c. 25c, 50c. Never
fold In bulk. The tfeuuim tablet stamped CCO.
Guaranteed to cure or your money buck
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 599
sale, ten million boxes
Wanted Everybody to Know that
the AMERICAN DISPATCH MES
SENGER CO. DELIVERS Parcels and
Packages.
Reliable messengers furnished.
Prompt service, reasonable rates.
•Phones—New. 805 Old, 63.
J. F. CROSBY
5 East State. Manager.
Peoria Grain.
A
Peoria, March IS.
iCorn—iNo. 3, 63.
New York Produce.
New i'ork, March 18.
Butter—Steady unchanged: receipts
7,021.
Eggs—Steady receipts. 34.6S1 firsts
and seconds unchanged.
Poultry—Alive, firm: fowls, 14: tur
keys, 1-5 dressed steadier turkeys,
[email protected] fowls. [email protected]',L..
New York Grain.
New York, March 18.
"Wheal—M ay. 1.03 %.
Corn—May, 76%.
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis. March 18.
Wheat—May, 97%'fV97%.
Corn—May. 63fi/ti3%.
Oats—May. 52%.
Liverpool Grain.
Liverpool. March IS.
Wheat—Steady spot 7s 3%d May
7s %d.
Corn—Firm spot, 5s 3%[email protected] 6'id
May, 5s 3%d.
New York Exchange.
Chicago, March IS. Xew York ex
change was at 20 premium.
A Ton of Gold
could buy nothing better for female
weaknesses, lame back and kidney
trouble than Electric Bitters. 50c. Mc
Bride & Will Drug Co.
NEWS FROM GRINNELL.
Public Improvement Association Takes
Up Hospital Project Again.
Special to Times-Republican.
Grinnell. March IS.—T.he "Public
Improvement association" hold its an
nual meeting Monday evening and
elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: President. JUrs. E. B.
Wiley first vice president. Mrs. K. S.
Kclge second vice president. Mrs. P.
C5. Xorris: third vice president. Mrs.
J. H. P. Rohison secretary. Mrs. TV.
S. Roby treasurer. Mrs. Angie Valleau.
Over two years ago t'he first really
practical move towards securing a
public hospital for the city came from
this body, w'lio saved and gave to this
enterprise some time ago. $200. The
project was temporarily dropped from
the activities of the association in view
of tho pressing need for all efforts to
be turned towards raising the endow
ment fund for the college, but when it
was recently revived, t.he cash, which
had ibeen slowly accumulating for its
help was ready, and there will 'be more
to come from the same source, altho
just at present no definite iplodge has
been given.
Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Waring, from
Oskaloosa. spent yesterday in this city
visiting their son. E. S. Waring.
The large stock of hardware sold
but little over a year ago by tho Rine
forts to Clack and by Slack recently
to Mr. Curry, of Missouri, is just now
being Invoiced to complete still an
other transfer to H. S. Ravburn. from
Newton, who iplans to take possession
as soon as the invoice is completed. It
is said that land was a part of tho
consideration in the presenit deal. Mr.
Curry has not announced his plans for
the future after closing up his business
in this line here.
The latest move In the interest of
the Waterloo. Polla & Southwestern
railroad is to get a third petition from
the farming community of the town
ship. and hold another election in an
attempt to vote a tax sufficient to
meet the $r,000 now lacking to fulti
the latest requirements of the pro
moters. The work of securing this
sum from the farmers by voluntary
subscriptions for stock Is said to be
.slow, uncertain and unsatisfactory in
results, and it is thought that man
who were unwilling to vote the heav
ier tax will not object to the small
amount any one will be called upon to
pay under the changed conditions.
The following births at a distance
I from this city are of especial interest
to people In Grinnell and vicinity:
Sons, to Mr. and Mj-s. W. B. Brush, of
West liberty: Professor and Mrs. F.
I. Herriott, of Des Moines, and Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Preston, of Anita.
Announcement is made of the mar
riage this evening, at the home of the
bride, at Newburg, of Mr. F. A. Barnes
of Montezuma, and Miss Mabel Mox
iey.
I Mr. Samuel Pettit has resigned his
position as superintendent of the
Spaulding factory, closing his work
last Saturday, and the "new superin
I tendent, Mr. S. A. Douglass, from
Freeport, 111., is now in charge. No
public announcement has been made
of Air. Pettif's plans for the future.
Mrs. B. J. Carney is having the
pleasure of a visit from Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Kelley. of Chicago.
Judge Wilcockson opened court yes
terday morning at Montezuma. Sev
I eral cases of interest to the residents
of this city are found on the docket.
One that lias not appeared before is
that of the First National Bank against
ii. R. Rust, to recovc.r on a note for
$3,000. sa.id to have been given by J.
G. Johnson, assumed by Charles Find
lay after the death qf Mr. Johnson.
and later assumed by Mr. Rust. The
1 case of T. C. Cessna vs. George V.
Horn, failure to fulfil contract in the
delivery of some cattle according to
alleged agreement, carried up from
justice court in Chester some weeks
ago, is also on the docket. Criminal
cases from here are Ellsworth Mincer
for resisting an officer, and Clem Bee
ler for assault and battery. F. C.
Btomach ana
Kobert
Gtaj
are on the grand jury, and R. A. Ter-
to! 'ell, J. J. Mullin, J. S. Stoaks, William
irvi
Parish and
good con- ra=e'
Samnol
^a- ^arlfen
ana
»amuei «ei-T-Jol
son, Jr., are summoned for petit jury
Now Sharon News.
Special tr fiines-Kenubliea,".
New Sharon, March 18.—Seary Van
Rheenen's barber shop was entered
by burglars Sunday evening between
.by .burglars Sunday evening and be
tween $35 anl $40 taken. The money
was lodge dues in possession of John
Seary, clerk of the Woodmen lodge.
T1Kj
shop was entered from the rear,
and tho desk, which contained tin
money. was forced open. There are
no clues.
B. Richards will farm the John Boml
place this season. It is about live
miles wist of town.
Bert Smith is again proprietor of the
"Dinuvoody" pool room, and is now
giving it his whole attention.
Bovd & r.eiv.is went to Des Mnine
Sunday evening, and purchased
one
of the latest style "Powers"- project
ing machines for their moving pic
lure theater.
Vs,
ftoshattttfijun Jxrwci, fUarth IB 1308
Packers Slow to Take Hold,
But Shippers and Exporters
Hoiio-lit Kreely
ADVANCE IN HOGS IS LOST
Market Became Dull and Weak When
the Demand of Shippers and Scalp­
ers Was Satisfied Clipped Sheep
Sell at Highest Price of the Year-
Market Steady.
Chicago, March 18.—Cattle were
strung and prices 10f!i-irc higher. Re
ceipts were light for Wednesday, and
while packers were slow to Lake hold,
there was excellent demand front ship
pers. Exporters also bought quite
freely.
1
1
On the Atlantic coast the demand
for beef is strong and the effect of
Lent lias not 'been appreciable. In
fact, the demand has been generally
stronger since Lent began. Shippers
say that they need more cattle of
good quality than are coming. Early
in the year the market was well sup
plied with good to choice steers, tout
recently tinished cattle have been re
markably scarce and seem to be get
ting scarcer. Some attribute this to
the fact that there were not many
feeders put in last fall on account of
the high price of corn.
During the past week Nebraska has
contributed a good many fat steers,
and prices have shown such a broad
margin over the river markeLs that
the bulk of them now ready will prob
ably come to Chicago. Corn is a little,
cheaper 1n Nebraska than this side,
and farmers there have fed their cat
tle longer and to a better finish.
Hogs.
Hogs opened 5'fi'lOe higher, but lost
the advance early. There was consid
erable activity shown, but when the
demand of shippers and scalpers was
satisfied, the market became dull and
weak. Packers remained out of the
market
Sheep.
Sheep were steady to strong, clipped
sheep selling at 6.L'0, the highest figure
of the year. Prices ranged 15c
higher than yesterday.
Orders are on hand for various kinds
of shee.p and lanrbs that cannot, be
filled because t.he material is not avail
able. Exporters are out looking for
heavy sheep to send abroad, but very
few are coming. There is .- strong
demand for breeding ewes and a few
are available. Some sold yesterday
at S5.Tr. which is the highest price
paid thus far this season. Dealers
in this class of sheep are of the opin
ion that the market will he very good
for the breeding stock in a. few weeks
and many look for prices to heat last
year's figures. The demand is also
strong for lambs to take out and shear
an3 so few are selling for that pur
pose that it is difficult to give quota
tion?.
Chicago Livestock.
Chicago, March 18.
Cattle—Estimated receipts for today
16.O00: opened strong to 10c higher
beeves. 4.40 (fi11». 4
0 cows and heifers,
2.10iy'5.40 stockers and feeders, [email protected]
£.00 westerners, 4.255.20.
Hogs—Estimated receipts for today,
33,000 opened 5c higher light, 4.50(?f)
4.S1 mixed, 4.Kt»ff*.4.!t5 .heavy. 4.•0
4.95 rough, 4.60(fi-4.70 bulk of sales,
4.7," W4.S5.
Sheep—Estimated receipts for today,
14.000 opened strong 4.25 (j? fi.80
lambs, .5.754{'7.(50 yearlings, (!.00
U.StU.
Representative Cattle Sales.
Below are given a few of the repre
sentative cattlo sales:
26 steers
24 steers
25 steers
22 steers
20 steers
23 steers
17 steers
21 steers
I!) steers
IS steers
22 steers
17 steers
Av. Price
1036 4..")0
10.",9 4.70
10S7 4.'.to
1134 f.00
1116 5.2
.1183 r,.40
IL'09 r.r,o
1^47 •n.70
U'93
1336 o.or,
1 3S4 6.20
142a 6.30
Representative Hog Sales.
Below are given a few of the repre
sentative hog sales:
Average. Prlee.
ns mixed and 'butcher s.. 213 4 60
oft mixed and butehoi s.. 237 4.75
70 mixed and hutchei .«.. 22 S 4.SO
49 mixed and 'hutc.hei s.. 246 4.95
60 good heavies ... ... 261 4.65
65 good heavies ...
... 273
4
4.75
28 good heavies ...
... 2S6 4.80
44 good heavies ...
... 2!r, 4.90
33 rough heavies ...
... 378 :4.60
64 rough heavies ...
.... 33" 4.62%
67 rough heavies ...
... 3T.0 4.65
r,i rough heavies ...
... 294 4.70
77 light .hogs ... 113 .4.55
72 light hogs ... 160 4.65
60 light hogs ... 173 4.70
6!- ligJit hogs ... 189 4.80
Cmaha Live Stock.
Omaha. March 1#.
Cattle—Estimated receipts for today,
3.000 active: 10c higher: native steers.
4.50(fft.15 cows and heifers. 3.00
5.25: stockers and feeders, [email protected]
•western steers. [email protected]
Hogs—Estimated receipts for today,
13.000: 5c. higher heavy 4.55W4.70
mixed. [email protected]: lights, 4.50 ?S 4.60.
Sheep, estimated receipts for today.
13.500 steady [email protected] lambs, [email protected]
7.50.
'~:'i St. Louis Livestock. HSXM&
St. Louis, March 18.
Cattle—Estimated receipts for today,
2.500: strong: steers. 4.25fr6.40: stock
ers and feeders, [email protected] cows and
heifers, 3.50©5.50.
Hogs—Estimated receipts for today.
7.500: 5c higher pigs and lights, 3.75
©4.SO: packers, 4.25rfi".4.S5 butchers
and best heavy, 4.80©4.90.
Sheep—Estimated receipts for today.
1 000: steady [email protected] lambs, 4.25
@7.00.
i-
h*
Kinsas Citv Live Stock.
v" Kansas City. March 18.
Cattle—Estimated receipts for today.
5.000 strong to 10c higher: native
steers, 5.00 6.25: southerns. 4.50
5.60: westerns. 4.75r«f (5.00: native cows
and heifers, 3.25(ti 5.75: stockers and
feeders. [email protected]
Hogs—Estimated receipts for todav.
12.000: higher: .heavy, 4.70W4.S5
packers and Hulchers. 4.60®4.S0: light,
4.50^7 4.70,
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WANTED
Wanted—Work by the day. Call over
Hood's Wholesale store.
Wanted—Barber, at once, first class
man ground floor four chairs $14
per. YV. N. Draper, Estherville, la.
Wanted—on farm near city, experi
enced farm hand by the year commenc
ing April tirsi. No boozer need apply.
Address "J-1U" care of this office.
Wanted Berkshire boar. Henry
Busse, Jr., rural 4, Marshalltown. Tele
phone Marshalhown and JLuray line.
Wanted—Barber first class work
man steady job married mail pre
ferred. Address Kobert Todd, El
dora, Iowa.
Wanted—To trade Des Moines prop
erty for Marshalltown. Address "D-16,"
care T.-R.
Wanted—Competent girl for generat
house work. Call mornings. Mrs.
Elmer Tuffreo, 412 North Second ave
nue.
Wanted Hustling men. Distribute
samples and circulars. No canvassing.
Globe Adv. &. Dis't. Assn., Chicago.
Wanted At Stoddart holel, dining
room girls and extra girl.
Wanted—Dining room girl at Henry
Stindeil's restaurant. 31 North Center.
Wanted—Cook at county farm $25
per month. J. C. Koontz, steward,
Marshalltown.
FOR SALE
For Sale Pedigreed Jersey cow.
Chemically pure. F. L. Meeker.
For Sale Bees, 407 North Second
avenue. New 'phone 395.
For Sale—Three houses and lots of
late S. E. Gilson. Estate at a bargain.
H. R. McMuhon.
For Sale—Three-chair barber shop
in county seat town, good location,
price cheap. Address "Barber" care
T.-R.
For Sale—Seven dozen Plymouth
Rock hens. L. H. Will. 1806 West
Main street. New 'phone 384.
For Sale —Bonnie View White Wy
andotte eggs from high scoring pens.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. N. W.
Burbank, New Sharon, Iowa.
For Sale 12 head of yearling
calves, and 80 shoats. S. C. Thomas,
Rural 5.
For Sale—Imported Percheron stal
lion, weight 1850. Inquire of B. F., or
C. A. Robinson, rural route No. 1, City.
For Sale—160 acre A-L Improved
farm in Minnesota at a big bargain.
E. H. Keller, clothier, Marshalltown.
For Sale Eggs, express prepaid
from Columbian. Partridge and White
Wyandottes, Orpingtons, Rhode Island
Reds, $1.75 per 15 or $3 per 30. iBook
your order early. Koell, Box 213,
Hampton, Iowa.
For Sale—Buy a setting of Weber's
pure white Plymouth Rock eggs, and
raise prize winners. Fifteen eggs, $1.
Gus. J. Weber, 607 Woodbury street.
For Sale Cheap, a $95 piano cer
tificate. W. E. Clayrnan, Conrad, la.
For Sale or Rent—A new, modern
house about May 1st. This house is
absolutely new, on a paved street and
Swinging right along in the same old way at the
sarre old stand, always the leaders in the WALL
PAPER and DECORATING business* Our stock
of Decorative Material is now complete and we
would suggest an immediate selection before the
lines are broken. WALL PAPER, Silk Brocades
for Parlors, Panel Decorations for Library, Dining
Rooms and Halls, Leather, Pressed Paper, Crown
Effects, Scenic Friezes, Cut Out Friezes and every
thing down to a liberal selection of all the cheaper
goods. BURLAPS, PLATE RAILS, PLATE
SHELVES and MOULDINGS.
A Large Force of First-Class Workmen
SKEGGS
Wall Paper
and Paint Store.
ONE CENT A WORD.
will be a very desirable residence. Seo
M. C. Keenan, over 11 West Main.
For Sale
quire of C.
Church.
1,000 loads of dirt. In
A. Palmer, 408 West
For Sale 8 pure bred shorthorn
bulls, Roosevelt type. Panic prices. A.
J. Banks, Montour.
For Sale—Thoroughbred Partridge
Wyandotte eggs from best winter lay
ing strain of this beautiful and prao
tical breed. Set your hens early and
get pullets that will work for you when
your neighbor's birds are waiting for
warmer weather. Write for season's
egg record, and see when I get my eggs.
Three pens- to select from. Prices,
sittings of fifteen: First pen, $2 sec
ond pen, $1.50 taird pen, $1. Rodney
C. Wells, Marshafltown, Iowa.
For Sale or Trade 280 acrest Claris
county. South Dakota unimproved.
All tillable, 5 miles from market Will
exchange for Seattle property. M. C.
Keenan. 11 West Main street, Mar
shalltown, Iowa.
For Sale—On easy payments, bar fix
tures, new and second hand billiard
and pool tables, billiard and bowline
supplies. We lead In cheap prices. Th®
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company*
Marshalltown, Iowa.
FOR RENT
For Rent—Five room house at 403
Woodbury street. A. C. Lockwood.
For Rent—New cottage, 5 room and
bath. Inquire 301 South 1st street
For Rent—Owing to sickness in the
family I will rent my fifty-acre farm
nine miles from Marshalltown. Will
also sell to renter team, wagon, har
ness, brood sows, 150 chickens, 125
cords wood sawed, 300 posts, 30,000 feet
lumber in^ log, all ready for sawmilL
This is a isnap. You need no money.
Inquire 804 West Main, new 'phone 555,,.
white.
For Rent—After April 1st,
room over Tremont boiler house now
occupied by Telephone Co. Steam heat,
water, tile floor, closet, toilet, paved
alleys, good light, just the thing for
light manufacturing. A. A. Moore.
For
Rent—Fine piano. J-7,
T.-R'.
For Rent—April 1, a six-room house.
City water and sewer. Nearly new.'S^
Address W-10, care T.-R.
For Rent Furnished room at 1221
East State street.
For Rent—Furnished room, modern,
202 North First avenue.
For Rent—Furnished room for gen
tlemen adjacent to hotels. Address
A-ll, care T.-R.
LOST
Lost—Old credential book containing
certificate of deposit, $10 in money.
Finder return to this office. Reward.
TAKEN UP.
Taken Up—Spotted cow. Owner call
306 South 5th street and can have
same for paying for ad and cost ot
keeping.
FORD'S FLOWERS.
Flowers for all occasions. We have
fancy carnations and blooming plants
in any quantity, and maie pieces for,
funerals. Our flowers are on sale at
Simmons' Book Store. Call and see
them. Both phones, new No. 10, old
231Y. Green houses 1400 East Nevada
street.
SATIN SKIN SPECIALTIES.
Satin skin powder being best made
it's best for you. Flesh, white, pink,
brunet.
CUT RATE SHIPPING
Cut Rates on household goods to
Pacific coast and other points. Su
perior service, at reduced rates. The
Boyd Transfer Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR SALE!
The best bargain I ever offered for
a poor man to get a home.
For Sale—160-acre farm 10 miles
from Sedley, Saskatchewan, Canada,'
130 under cultivation, 80 acres of fall
plowing ready for the drill, house 16x40,
barn 24x32, price $30 per acre, only
$500 down, will take half of each crop
as payment on land, will sell the buyer
seed wheat and oats on time, will throw
in the 80 acres of fall plowing. I have
the best improved stock farm of 160
acres in Iowa, It must be seen to be
appreciated. For particulars write to
W. B. HEKRIAIAN, room 13 Woodbury
building, Marshalltown, Iowa.
A. J. CLARK
BROKER
GRAIN, STOCKS AND COTTON.
Member Chicago Board of Trad*.
WARE AND LELAND
Chicago and New York
CORRESPONDENTS.
Cash correspondent for W. L. Greene
Commission Co., St. Louis Brodnax &
McLiney, Kansas City Ware & Leland,
Chicago. Get our bids before selling.
Ask for our daily market letter..
Both 'Phones 165.
Office Room 8 Tremont Block.
#Cte9|
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-$1
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Pilgrim
Hotel
MARSHALLTOWN, IA,
C. M, COLEMAN,
Prop. and Mgr.
Rates $2 to $3 Per Day
Meals 50 Gents
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