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Odeon Theatre
BUSBY BROS., Mgrs—Tel. 262X
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s^in W. A. Tapp, Re«. Mgr.
Saturday, March 28
MATINEE AND NIGHT
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THE FASCINATING STORY
OF THE PLAINS
A TEXAS
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^DEPICTING FRONTIER LIFE OF
I THE PAST DECADE
MATINEE PRICES ........10 and 25c
ijNIGHT PRICES ....15, 25, 35 and 50c
Seats on Sale Friday 10 a. m.
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Sunday, March 29
THE SENSATIONAL. WESTERN
Al ELO-DRAMA
Tracy the Ml
A REALISTIC STORY OF THE WEST
SEE THE ESCAPE FROM PRISON.
PRICES 15, 25, 35 and 50c
Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m.
BIJOU THEATRE
LADIES
Sopvinir Matinee Saturday
A Japanese China
Teapot
Jiven to Every Lady 7
gC'i Saturday.
Cnange of Program Thursday
THE
A
TORIUM
I HE TWIN BROTHER'S JOKE
A LITTLE HERO
ILLUSTRATED SONG
ADMISSION 5 CENTS.
1-"
Matinee Saturday Afternoon
ELITE THEATRE
TONIGHT.
GIRL AND THE JUDGE
'ADMISSION 5 CENTS.
CAHIBUIBMra
In Kjissta, they want
A S
And a president, like
America.
The proper agitation of the merits of
a contemplated move has been the
foundation for the accomplishing of
many worthy objects. We give the
public logical reasons for talking about
the merits of the various brands of
cigars handled by us by supplying
them with the kind that will command
•o the approval of the severest of critics.
Tou will laud the qualities possessed
by the Imperial, manufactured for ami
sold by us exclusively, after you be
come intimately acquainted with them.
KCOOK'S cigar store
llrler Shop, Bowling Alleys,
Billiard and Pool Parlors
TREM0NT BLOCK 22 WEST MAIN
SR.^ V%%!
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Siws^ttMicaa.
The City in Brief
Geo. J. Allen, optical specialist
Dr. Kierulft tits glasses perfectly.
Dr. Bullard, osteopath, 28 IS. Main
Red Seal white lead at Skegg's
Wall Paper Store.
Garden seeds that will grow at Ap
pleby & Wheeler's.
Rehearsal for Union Depot at east
court room tonight.
Alaltastine In all colors at Skegg's
Wall Paper and Paint Store.
A. B. McCartney cleans wall paper.
Telephone New 115, Old 675-J.
Bring in your butter. Highest mar
ket price paid. Appleby & Wheeler.
New goods are arriving now at
lively rate at Hellberg's jewelry store.
Fresh radishes, turnips, water cress,
lettuce, celery and onions at Culley's
Adelity paint and varnish remover al
Skegg's Wall Paper and Paint Store.
Simkins & Estel, funeral director*
and licensed embalmers. 216-218 East
Main.
All kinds of inspected meats at Voor
hies' sanitary market, 29 North Center
street.
Buy your potatoes' at Appleby &
Wheeler's. Plenty of nice ones at low
prices.
As good as the best. Better than
the rest. Wellington's Best Hour. $1.50
per sack.
The Buggy Works have on their re
pository floor a nice line of surrles
•Jitted with auto seats.
.Millinery opening at Mrs. Maulsby's,
Saturday, Murch 28., 126 West Alain.
Stoiv formerly occupied by Sixer.
The financial flurry has lowered the
cost of canned fruils. Culley is follow
ing the decline. Ask him for prices.
A nice lot of fresh caught fish, lake
trout buffalo'and pickerel, al Voorhies'
meat market, 29 North Center street.
Dr. Cora Williams, diseases of worn
•n and obstetrics. Office over Fidelity
bank. Hours 10-12 a. m„ 1-4 p. m.
The first division of the Baptist La
dies' Aid will hold an exchange Sat
urday afternoon at D. S. Good's gro
cery.
The Ladies' Guild, of St. Paul's
church, will hold an all-day sew at the
borne of .Airs. J. M. S. White, 309 AVest
Church street, Friday.
See M. D. Huston about a furnace
before yon buy. He will install your
furnace right and sell you the best
furnace. 11 West Main.
Want •!—Everyone to know
King Quality tan oxfords for men and
Gibson girl shoes for ladies. Fits the
eye. Fits (he foot. Fits the pocket
book. Why not wear Carl's shoes and
be happy.
A. J. Both, of St. Paul, lias entered
the employ or Win. Hell berg, the jew
eler. Air. Iloth comes well recom
mended as an expert watchmaker and
will be a valuable addition to Mr.
Hellberg's force.
"Tracy the Bandit," is a. genuine wes
tern melodrama, telling a story of, and
about, the much read of Tracy. It is
to be the attraction at the Odeon the
ater. Sunday night March 20. Prices
15, 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Miss Jessie Binford will give a talk
on "Social Settlements," with special
reference to the work at Hull House,
Chicago, in the lecture room of the
public library Friday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. Miss Binford'is qualified by
personal experience to describe this
intensely interesting work.
Marion Gard's new furniture store
is popular these days among the house
wives. They're fixing up the house for
spring, and Gard's Is headquarters for
new floor coverings, furniture, etc. Are
you getting your furniture there? Re
member. Gard is originator of low
prices on weil built furniture.
B. W. Sinclair, who with Mrs. Sin
clair and tiie children, has been in cit
ies of he south, southwest and in Oal
ifornia for most of the past three
months, returned home Wednesday
night. Mr. and .Mrs. Sinclair and the
family have been spending the greater
part of the last two months at Ocean
Park near L,os Angeles. Mrs. Sinclair
and the children will not return until
late in April or early In May.
Mrs. I. T. Forbes. 403 North Third
street, in honor of her daughter Zu
leime's fourteenth anniversary, enter
tained four of her teachers, Miss Nellie
Stewart, Miss Fannie Quaife. Miss Ip
trna Getz and Miss Julia. Krouse. and
two girls. Miss Moninger and Miss De
Butts, at a 6:30 o'clock dinner Wed
nesday evening. It wa« served in four
courses, by Misses Grace and Maud
Swlngloy.
Very low round trip rates via Un
ion Pacific to California during the
I7. S. navy maneuvers at San iiego
(Ports San Pedro and I^os Angeles),
and San Francisco. Sixty dollars from
the -Missouri river for the round trip,
limited sixty days from date of sale.
For tickets reading via Shasta Route
one direction $15 additional. Tickets
on sale April 4th, 5th, 25th and 26th.
For reservations anrl all informati
inquire of J. W. Turtle. T. P. A., 313
West Fifth street, Des Moines, Iowa.
Tiie funeral of the late Mrs. A. W.
Dobson. held Wednesday afternoon at
2 o'cloc-k from the M. E. Andrews'
home, 902 West Main street, was very
largely attended. Relatives and a
number of friend: and former neigh
bors were present from Melbourne, and
relatives present from a greater dis
tance. were Mrs. J. E. Wortma'j 3!"
Io\vi ('!:y sister. Mr.
-liarle
An­
drews of Perry, an uncle. Mrs. Thomas
Fiix.g'-raid. of 'a-ey, and Airs. Joseph
Zook. of Ad:»'!r. aunt® of the deceased.
The services we:v coa-l iet-d r\
W. H. S it:. H-"--i--tfd by Rev. c. W.
McCord. of the Pr.-s-by terian church.
which iie d. was a m-ii)l.er.
Mrs. M\ti i'. Hurlbut and Mrs. uy
Barbel' suns the selections. "When
Some Great Sorrow." and "Saved by
Orace." The ptll h-arT- ,\-re Messrs
George Gregory. Alfred Beitty. A. B.
Copp c.k. A. Baughman. W. T.
S'"i:'i and F. W. Iseman. The floral
tributes were many and very beauti
ful. Interment wag in RIversWa.
Sp#
Dr. Lierle, glasses fitted.
Dr. BurUart. ostuoDath, 302 W. Main.
Plenty of ood seed potatoes. Apple
by & Wheel or.
Fuller's wall paper cleaner al Skegg's
Willi Paper Store.
Wedding rings In
styles at Hellberg's.
all sizes and
Rehearsal for rnion Depot at east
court room lonight.
Johnson's door wax at Skegg's Wall
Paper and Paint Store.
'Mr. N. J''. Miller spent the day in
Belle Plaine on business.
For Rent—Two office rooms In Bin
ford block. See Bennett & Binford.
all shades and sizes at
Pa pel* and Paint Store.
.!
a pa lac in
Skegg's Wall
As good as the best. Better than
the rest. Wellington's Best Hour. $1.50
per sack.
The Dorcas stocking darner will be
demonstratcl at Nettie ingledue's dry
goods store Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bullock went to
Iowa Falls this morning to visit for a
few days with relatives.
The prettiest patterns you ever saw
in rugs now in at Gard's. Be sure to
see them. 216-218 East Main.
The Court of Honor circle will meet
with Mrs. Byron Carpenter, 514 North
Second avenue, Friday afternoon.
Garden seeds all kinds. Small seeds,
two packages for 5 ee
Peas, beans, and corn in 10 cent pack­''after
ages.
nts at Cu I lev's
Repair work done by Huston on all
kinds of rooting, spouting, etc. A first
class job and quick service. 119 West
Main.
Dried fruits, all kinds. Prunes from
t! cents up to H!'b cents per pound.
Jumbo peaches, fancy apricots and
pears at Culley's.
New, modern home of 6 rooms -In
choice residence part of city for iuick
sale, ('ash or easy terms. See us at
nce for particulars. Bell & Hill.
Any one wishing to see the Dorcas
stocking darner attachment to a sew
ing machine demonstrated, can do so
Saturday at. Nettie Ingledue's dry goods
store.
The Baptist Aid society will be en
tertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. T.
I. Wasson and Mrs. Joseph Storms at
the Wasson home, 107 North Third
street.
Mrs. D. W. Jamison and daughter
Marie, returned to their home in Os
kaloosa Wednesday, after a visit since
Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
M'yo C. Hurlbut.
Miss Mary C. Mlddleknuff. accom
panied by lier brother-in-law, Mr. E.
DeBults, left for Wichita, Kas.. this
morning, called there by the death of
her brother, Mr. K. H. Middlekatiff.
Houseeleaning time is about here.
You'll need some new rugs, or other
floor coverings, curtains, shades, etc.
Carl's have just what you want, and we
make the price right, too. See us
about it. Marion Gard.
With four watchmakers and two
lirst class engravers, Hellberg. the
Marshalltown jeweler, is sure to please
most of his many costumers and give
them prompt service and first class
work. See Hellberg for work in his
line.
'[Jiie Glen Stoddard home. 104 AVest
Nevada street, which was quarantined
for smallpox Tuesday, was released
from that quarantine today and a
quarantine for measles was placed on
the home instead. It developed that
Mr. Stoddard, who is sick, lias tho
measles, and not the smallpox.
The Busy Bee circle of the O. T.
M. was entertained Wednesday after
noon by Mesdames Charles Selel.no,
Smith and Olson, at the Seleine home,
101 South Fourth street, with a.bout
fifty present. During the social time,
a guessing contest too.l place, in which
the prize was won by Mrs. Garllng
house. The hostesses served lunch.
The Wonderfully Wonderful AVon
rler-Washer on exhibition in Schmidt's
hardware store Saturday. March 28.
The demonstrator from the factory
will be here and lower the world's rec
ord for fast and easy washing. The
Wonder washer weighs only 30 lbs.
Sets on stove to heat water. Come
Saturday, forenoon and afternoon,
March 28.
"A Texas Ringer" has for the past
two seasons toured the eastern tOuntiy
playing only the larger of the cities,
where the praise
of
Rehearsal for Union Depot at east
court room tonight. .,
More of those fine LonKlr.es watch
work 111 this morning at Hellberg's.
De.r Deutsche l.'nterliultungs kreis
will meet with Mrs. Rodney C. Wells,
410 North Fourth street, Friday aft
ernoon.
Mrs. Agnes •McMa.iuis, 105 South
Third street, widow of Al. P. McMunus,
wlio died a lew days ago. Is suffering
from a severe attack of nervous pros
tration.
After a residence of five years in this
city and its vicinity. Miss Margaret
Smith and Brother, Mr.
abl),lt 10 ssml1 a9 ,l WUM
standing uer
the offering has
been only of the very highest order,
the piece ibeing beautifully staged with
all of the accessories that go to aid
in a presentation of a performance
that really appears true to' life. This
will be presented at the
Odeon
theater
on Saturday March 28. matinee and
night. Prices 15. 25. 35 and 50 cents.
Matinee 10 and 25 cents.
The regular monthly social affair of
the Hawthorne club and guests, was
enjoyed Wednesday evening at the
home of Air. and Alts. T. O. Kern hie, 530
North Third street. Mrs. Kemble was
assisted in serving the dinner at 6:30
o'clock, by Mrs. A. A. Moore and Miss
es Jessie and Mary TTall. For enter
tainment afterward, an auction fur
nished much merriment. Each one
present took something to be sold, t.he
bidder's knowing nothing of what the
packages contained until all were dis
posed of. The decorations for the din
ner were a profusion of tulips.
A good thing to know—that
Grape-Nuts can be digested by,
and quickly give strength to the
man or woman who cannot digest
other food.
The amount of promptly avail­
able nourishment a food contains,
is the measure of its value.
Grape-Nuts is practically all food
and is transformed into tissue-
building. energy-making material
in about one hour after being eaten
—another good thing to know.
"There's
Nut*.
a Reason" for Grape-
Ttmss-fiepatMijcait, lllarsliallt^unt §tnm,,
Dr. Wood, eye, throat, nose, and ear.
Floyd
Smith, left Wednesday night for their
home at Advance. N'. C.
Miss Esther Forney. 509 North First
street, informally entertained a half
dozen of her young lady friend* at a.
12:30 o'clock luncheon, Wednesday
afternoon, following which a musical
game was enjoyed. Miss Rhoda
Wheel­
er, of Chicago, was the only out-of
town guest.
LOGSDON CRITICAL.
Barber Who Attempted Suicide in Pre
carious Condition.
John (Logsdon, the barber who
attempted to kill himself with a re
volver Wednesday afternoon, has made
practically no improvement during the
past twenty-four hours. This after
noon his condition was thought to be
Immediately
the attempted suicide. He has
had considerable internal hemorrhage.
and this afternoon his temperature
showed a little fever. No infection has
yet developed, but his condition is
considered to be precarious.
SIXTH GRADERS SPELL.
Aenid
the
sixth grade pupils, which was not sat-! home in which they
isfactorily completed a few days
ago,
those who
because
remained
samo word, the eleven who were the
last to go down were entered In a
second match Wednesday afternoon.
The bee was held at the manual train
ing building at 4 o'clock and if re
quired one and one-half hours to com
plete the contest. Aenld Fallgatter of
the Arnold school, won the lirst prize
I of $2, and the ten others who won
prizes of $1 each were as follows:
Mildred Davis and .Marie Anderson,
Arnold Lulu Sej ninur and Donna
Fosnac.ht, Gllck: Fay Butler, Clara
Carter and Amile Winger, Abbott
Helen Adams and Rachel Patton, Rog
ers, and Buella Wheeler, Woodbury.
MRS. M'MAHON DEAD.
Former Marshall County Woman Dies
in Ohio.
A telegram received by II. R. Mc
Mahon today announces the death of
his sister-in-law, Mrs. K. G. McMahon,
tills morning, at her home near Alt.
Vernon, Knox county, Ohio. Mrs. Mc.
Muhoifs death was due to dropsy and
disease of the heart, and If followed a
sickness of two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. McMahon. lived both at
Albion and near Minerva for a
number of years prior to 181*1, when
they moved to their present home,
where tltev have «inee resided. Mrs.
McMahon has a brother. Mr. Henry
Green, living at Llscomb. The body
will bo burled near Mt. Vernon.
GREEN MOUNTAIN WEDDING.
Mr. J. V. Brown and Miss Ester Rob
inson Married.
Mr. J. Valentine Brown and Miss Ester
L. Robinson, both well known young
people of Green Mountain and its vl-
of Mt
down hi
Tailored Waists
in the Gibson effect
$1.50 to $2.50
Linen Waists
fancy tailor stitched
plaids, we think the best
values ever shown
$2.50 to $4.00
Persian Lawn
Waists
prettily tucked with box
plaits
$1.50 to $2.95
cinlty, were married at their home, the latest decorative effects, many of
five miles southwest of Green Moun
tain. at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday even
ing. Rev. Mason, of Green Mountain,
performed the ceremony in the pres
a bout
Fallgatter, of Arnold School, '*nee of a company of about forty corps of first-class workmen is em
Wins First Prize. friends and relatives. ployed, and they offer the people of
To decide the spelling match of
were
NEW
SPRING
FASHIONS
of the groom, who have moved to the
J-luibbard farm.
Mrs. Brown's homo was formerly in
Jones county, but she has been teach
ing school fn Vienna township, having
until recently been in charge of school
No. a.
CAUSE FOR ALARM.
Epidemic, Influenza, Grippe, Catarrhal
Troubles, Pneumonia Increasing.
A marked increase in troubles of the
breathing organs is noted in many lo
calities. If you will only have Hyomel
at hand to use with the first attack of
cold tn the head, pneumonia, colds,
bronchitis, hoarseness, sore throat,
eroup, In fact any respiratory affection,
the trouble will be quickly overcome.
If the attack is neglected and become
severe, speedy relief will come In most
cases and a persistent ties of Hyomel
will cure.
The directions for using It vary, but
the principal Is always the same, that
of destroying all the germs In the air
you breathe and having It reach the air
passages with dry medication from the
Pine and Eucalyptus forests.
Remember that liquids or moisture
is barred from the bronchial tubes and
lungs. It's the dry air of Hyomel
that reaches the spot. McBride & Will
guarantees It.
('omplcte on til t, $1.
NEW WALL PAPERS.
The Simmons Store Received Some
New and Beautiful Patterns.
Another invoice of wall papers has
been received at the Simmons Book
Store, and Includes a number of new
patterns of unusually handsome de
sign. The papers are suitable for all
them ol the quiet but. rich colors now
being so extensively used. Broken
lines have been replaced, and the stock
is now more complete than ever. A
'.Mr. and Mrs. Brown will live in the Marshalltown quick service and every-
married, ami thing to be hud in the way of tirst-
which was already furnished for their class house decoration. Prices are al-
uit was until recently the home ways reasonable. If you're needing
Urnvn, parents anything of the kind. Simmons.
Was never so attractive as this Spring. Never have we shown
is growing so we find you are expecting more than ever before.
More imported models and New York pattern Hats are
shown than in any previous display, and every price on
these exquisite creations is far less than prices charged
in other stores. WM lll if!
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gi
EAST MAIN STREET,
HARSH A LI.TOWN, IOWA
are all included in a comprehensive display of the new styles. Our presentation of the fashions carries the
endorsement of the best style authorities, besides many exclusive and beautiful models
to be found nowhere else await your inspection.
MILLINERY
Our Line of $5.00 Hats are Marvels of Beauty and Practicability
Our Motto: "Not Horn Cheap
But How Good"
Opposite Court House
Jackets, SKirts
and Waists
KZ
1 BOWLING I
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. Li. PCt
Nuniber Four ... 4a 30 .714
llexallt) 4 21 15 .643
Imperials :!9 15 I
liudsoiiH 4S* .476
lliviueible.s 4^ ^'0 u'J. 47fi
UooaterM .... 45 Ii4 467
Crescents 36 1.1 LM .417
Hawkeyes 39 16 .110
1 1 K» 367
Mlue .lays 33 1 .333
The tail-end Blue Jays won two of
tho three games of the series last nighi.
from the Iludsons at the Cook alleys.
Lumpkin rolled 198 which was the high
score of the
as follows
evening. Tli. scores are.
BLUE JAYS.
Lumpkin IDS 188 130
Taylor .. 167 121. 141
Merle .. ir.'t Ill 16.1
Heifer .. 11!5 11 126
North up l!)l) 179 156
Totals 839 760 718
HUDSON'S.
Carroll 1.17 124 132
''hiles .. 190 126 151
Plfitseher 1.16 .135 191
Chesire 153 129 168
•Dummy 161 1.19 170
Handicap ... 10
Totals .' •. -.: si7 673 825
•Binert rolled lor Dummy in the
third game.
You,
If An Advertisement Convinces
Stay Convinced.
When you read in this newspaper
the advertisement of a manufacturer
who has paid for the space used to
convince you that It is to your interest
to buy his goods, and you go to a
dealer where such articles are usually
handled for sale, do not let the dealer
or one. of his clerks sell you some-
EW
SPRING
thing else which he qlalms la "Just as
goorl." If an advertisement convinced
you, It was because of the element of
truth which II. contained. Insist on
getting what you ask for.
One can stop indigestion instantly
by a dose of Kodol. The pain and irri
tation are ended at once. It is surpris
ing how quickly the stomach recovers
when given the help of this perfect di
gester.
Clean Wheat
Clean Mills—
Clean Flour—
'f
Wouldn't you enjoy youf
bread and biscuits more if
For Sale
by Grocers
Silk Costumes
and Dresses
Beautiful creations,
original models and
copies of garments
evolved by the World's
Masters of Dress.
Stunning
Models
and all the new shaded
and colors can be found
here and at prices, up
from
$10.00
so many Pretty Hats and our reputation
We will surely fulfill your expectations.
IIBMI
you
knew the wheat had been
washed before it was ground
into flour
Every grain* of wheat id
Washburn-Crosby's Cola
Medal Flour is washed in clear,
sparkling water before going
to the grinding rolls.
And the milling process is
clean and sanitary.
Gold
Medal
Flour

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