J. M. HOLT, Attorney
EXAMINATION of ABSTRACTS
BANKRUPTCY proceedings and PRO
BATES matters given special attention.
Office, 16 Weit Main Street,
MAR6HALLTOV N .... IOWA
P. E: NORTHUP
OVER LaShelle's Cigar Store
DR. F. L. HUMESTON
(Formerly with Dr. J. L. Whinery)
Over Whitton-Whitehead Co.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Offiice Houra:—8 to 12 and 1 to S
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS.
BKS. H. C. FRY
ptvflMi Mra.*trr malm dls-
mmi of woman a ipwliUar. H. lYy,
tho ey« «*r. noee and
IpCQilUijr* H* lift
•ud tbMft apecial
Iiaad raaittanoa In tba
[,101-104 Waat Mala.
Wty Jjiack, ...
J. F. BATTIN, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Over 19 Waat Main St.
Calla Answered Day or Night in City
10 to 12 a. m.| 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
OCULI8TS AND AURISTS
Treats all diseases of the
^e, Ear, Nose Throat
104 East Main. New 'Phone, 314.
PERCY R. WOOD, M. D.
DR. P. LIERLE
Eye, Ear, N.ose and Threat
Glasses Properly Fitted
Tremont Block, Marshalltown, Iowa.
CHARLES H. ECKMAN
Room 18 Woodbury Building
1. S. MILLARD,
Justice of the Peacc,
FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE,
NO. SOUTH FIRST AVENUE
I Issue bonds for Administrators, Ex
'ecutora, Guardians, Curators, Contrac
tors, County and Township Officials,
Druggists, Liquor Dealers and all
classes of Fidelity bonds. Fire, Light
ning and Tornado Insurance written.
W. M. CLARK
8outh First Ave. Marshalltown. la.
DR. MAHLON RUSSELL
TELEPHONE, BANGOR, IOWA.
6—Scotch Topped Bulls—6
At Farmers' Prices.
Well bred and prices in reach of any
Farm 2% miles northeast of town,
M. L. AND A. F. ANDREWS,
i. Melbourne, Iowa.
"Why didn't you vote for
Mend?" asked the potMqlan. "He's
the1 most popular man In the state."
"Thafs the reason." answered Parm
er Corntossel. "1 never yet see a mau
that made a business of bein' popular
VkO^bad much of a likln' for real
k»d wort."—Washington Star.
Sold at $3.50,
Shoes made to meet a
price are limited in qual
ity and workmanship.
No limits are placed
There is no foot irritation with Packard s.
They are made by experts to conform
to the human foot. Scientifically con
structed, and with thorough workman
ship in every part. They win out with
every man desiring comfort
able shoes at right prices.
And $5.00 in all styles
E. G. WALLACE
9 WEST MAIN STREET.
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 toy A
Spring is here. Have you seen that
elegant line of
36-INCH LACE CURTAINS, CONVENTIONAL SCROLL BORDER,
FLORAL MEDALLION CORNER, PAIR
38-INCH WHITE NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS, WIDE INSIDE
BORDER OF LACE BANDS AND VENETIAN PANELS', FLORAL
FESTOONED CENTER OUTER, BORDER IN POLKA DOT EFFECT,
FLORAL SPRAY INSERTION BETWEEN BORDER8, PAIR
42-INCH WHITE NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS, PLAIN CEN
TER, ARABIAN SCROLL BORDER, FANCY FRENCH EDGE, EX
TRA HEAVY, PER PAIR
48-INCH WHITE LACE CURTAINS, POLKA DOT CENTER WITH
BAND CONVENTIONAL BORDER, POPPIES INTERTWINED WITH
FOL.AGE, BEAUTIFUL FLORAL CORNER SET, FLORAL EDGE,
54-INCH WHITE LACE CURTAINS, FIGURED CENTER, WIDE
SHOWERY RIBBON BAND SCROLL, FLORAL BORDER WITH
FOLIAGE 5-INCH COMBINATION LACE BAND AND FLORAL
36-INCH ORGANDY CURTAINS,
40-INCH SWISS LAWN, 4/2-INCH HEMSTITCHED RUFFLE, TAPE
OPAQUE CLOTH SHADES, 6 FEET WITH ROLLER, SPRINGS
AND BRACKETS COMPLETE, EACH
Don't fail to see our elegant stock of
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
Temple of Economy
RUFFLE EDGE WITH
The other two tickets in the field
are the citizens' and people's. In the
first place, E. R. Wyatt headed the
citizens' ticket, but some things about
the complexion of the ticket he did not
just approve of, so he has withdrawn,
and now heads the people's ticket. This
leaves the citizens' ticket without a
oandldate for mayor.
Fred Hilleman was on the citizens'
ticket for second member of the coun
cil, but he has withdrawn, leaving that
tioket with but two councilmen. The
citizens' ticket haa nominated a can
didate for treasurer, but none for as
sessor, while the people's ticket has no
candidate for treasurer, but has one
for assessor. The progressives nom
inated neither an assessor nor a treas
The personnel of the different tick
ets is as follows:
Progressives—Mayor, Max Patton
councilmen, full term, B. C. White
hill, T. S. Good councilman to fill va
cancy, L. F. Rohde.
People's—Mayor, E. R. Wyatt coun
cilmen, full term, A. P. Woolston, A.
Dobbin councilman to fill vacancy,
Fred Richerodt assessor, W. B.
Citizens'—Councilman, full term, C.
R. Linn councilman to fill vacancy,
J. W. Sparks treasurer, M. J. Roh
Robert Gowdy is the present mayor
of State Center.
Former Residents and Sojourners in
California Enjoy Social Affair.
A Marshalltown picnic at Pasadena,
Cal., was enjoyed Thursday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosenbaum.
The hostesses were members of a Mar
shalltown social club, and the guests
were all either former Marshalltown
people, or people from this city who
are spending the winter in California.
The Pasadena News of Friday says of
"Mr. and Mrs. Moritz Rosenbaum
threw open their hospitable home on
Grand avenue yesterday for one of the
picnics for which their charming home
is noted, since the grounds are very
extensive and beautiful and under the
famous old pine many delighted picnic
parties have been enjoyed by friends
of the gracious host and hostess. Their
guests yesterday were about sixty
Marshalltown, Iowa, people. The affair
was arranged ty the ladles of the M.
M. B. society, an organization of for
mer Marshalltown women numbering
about forty members, and for the day
their husbands and men friends had
been invited to this imerry gathering.
"Tho tables were arranged on the
spacious verandas and in the house,
and the delicious basket luncheon was
spread In attractive fashion and the
guests helped themselves in cafeteria
"During the afternoon piano and vo
cal music was given, Mrs. Welch of
Los Angeles, being among those who
sang very sweetly.
"Among those who enjoyed the
pleasant affair were Mr. and Mrs. J.
Holmes of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. At
kinson, Dr. and Mrs. Mlohener, Mr. and
Mrs. iSeth Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Wilt
Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Marcena Stone,
Mr. and Mrs. S. "W. Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. Mercer, Mrs. Calvin Hartwell, Miss
Pierson, Mrs. L. CR. Wlllard, Mrs. H. C.
Knepper, Mrs. H. A. Church, Mrs. C.
M. Carr and others.
Timts-^ietrnMijcmt UXarsItaTttmm^ Stea, "flUarrJi 27 laus
State Center Voters Have Choice
of Three Tickets in Moil-.....
PROGRESSIVES WORKING HARD
Younger Business Men, Under Ticket
Styled "Progressive," Are Asking
Consideration of Voters Over Tickets
Having Older Men as Candidates
Personnel of Tickets.
Altho there is no special issue up in
the town election of State Center Mon
day, three tickets have been placed be
fore the voters, and the lines of friend
ship will be drawn in the interests of
the personality of the candidates. The
younger business men of the town,
under a ticket styled "progressive,"
are asking the consideration of the
voters over the other tickets, which
have as candidates older men.
SMITH PREACHES SERMON, ri:
Methodist Preacher Will Deliver Fare
well Address to Class.
[Rev. Merle N. Smith has been chosen
by the special committee of the school
board appointed to select speakers for
graduation, to deliver the baccalaureate
sermon before the senior class of the
high school on the evening of Sun
day, June 7. The sermon will be de
livered at the Methodist church. The
committee which selected Mr. Smith
will also choose a speaker to deliver
the commencement address.
Has Trouble in Toledo.
Word to the T.-R. from Toledo tells
of one Mark Dunham, of this city, who
came into Toledo Saturday night wear
ing a large sized "jag," and carrying
notion that he could put the town
marshal out of business. Dunham tried
the job, and was taken to a doctor's
office for repairs. He was arraigned In
police court Monday and contributed to
the sidewalk fund in the sum of $10
Wants Water and Sewer Service.
A. J. Clark petitioned the council
Monday night asking for the extension
of water and sewer service on South
Eighth street, where he wishes to build
two and possibly three new modern
houses. Tho petition was referred to
the proper committees.
Chairman Clark, of the water com
mittee, reported on the water extension
as ^etjttpned by Size & Carpenter.
anpMntendent of mains furnished an
estimate of the cost at $35S, and
showed that for a year's business re
sulting to the department the city
could show 6 per cent profit on Its In
vestment. This the chairman did not
consider a sufficient profit, especially
with the contingency always liable of
the brick yards ceasing operations.
Mr. 'Clark thought there should bo some
sort of a contract between the city
and the firm, and that the city's profits
on the Investment should be at least 10
per cent. The matter was referred to
the committee, to report a resolution
and contract at the next meeting.
NOTABLE BOOKS IN LIBRARY.
Volumes On All Subjeots, For All
Classes of Readers, Available.
Some notable books have been added
to the public library this year. There
Is no dearth of good reading, as there
are books on all subjects and for all
classes of readers.
Perhaps no class of books give more
pleasure than the lives of men or
ivomen who have achieved something,
men like Carl 'Schurz, whose adventur
ous and romantic life was lived on
two continents, who took part in two
wars and gives us "pen pictures of his
toric scenes that run the gamut from
a performance of the Wagner operas
at Baireuth to the groat debates be
tween Lincoln and Douglas. Men like
Father Gapon, the Russian priest, who
has so recently been before the public
as the leader of the famous proces
sion to the Winter Palace, and who
came Into personal contaot with Wltte
sind other men in high places."
Then there is Kellogg Durland's
"The Red Reign." This slight, rather
delicate looking young man, was one
of the Interesting speakers, during
sociology week at Chautauqua, N. Y.,
last summer, and seemed little fitted
physically to endure the hardships
necessary to an investigating trip thru
Very practical books will also be
found on the shelves, such as "Hand
book for Cement Users," "'Concrete
Construction About the Home and On
the Farm," "Modern Steam Engineer
ing," and a voluminous history of the
lumber Industry of America.
Those Interested in the Idea of
universal language, will find a volume,
"Esperanto," and to history lovers two
splendid works, "The American Na
tion" series and the "Cambridge Mod
ern History" series, will prove a boon.
GRACE K. HAVTLAND,
In the Police Court.
James Blaford and Frank Stewart,
both of whom were/ arrested for va
grancy, were sent to Jail by Justice
Millard Thursday for five days.
James O'Brien and James Murphy,
arrested for vagrancy, were sent to
Jail for five days by Justice Millard
"Bing" Howard and W. E. Johnson,
arrested for being drunk, were dis
charged by Justice) Millard Thursday
morning and ordered out of town.
James Sullivan and William Blaney,
arrested for vagrancy, were discharged
and ordered out of town by Justice
Millard this morning.
Indoor Base Ball
Standing of the Clubs.
Lennox Furnace 12 12
Business iMen 13 8
Y. M. C. A 13 8
Business College 12 7
Trowel Company 12 5
Lennox Machine 12 4
Iowa Central 13
of wanting the best to be
had at the price you pay,:
S the BEST coffee you
can buy for
"As Good Tomorrow as it is Today"
3 10 .237
The Iowa Central team of the Y. M.
C. A. Indoor league sprung! the sur
prise of the season Wednesday night
by defeating the Business Men by the
score of 4 to 2. The Shorthlll team
defaulted to the Y. M. C. A. team by
the score of 9 to 0. The score of the
Iowa Central-Business Men's game was
Iowa Central 0 2 0 0 2 0 •—I
Business Men 0 0 0 0 0 0 2—2
The teams lined up as follows: Iowa
Do You Think
For Yourself 7
Or, da you open your month like a young
lird aKd gulp down whatever food or modi'*
[Ine ma\Jbe offered you
intelligent thinking woman
in Heed oTWVf from weakness, nervousness
pain and sulMipg. then It means much
VOU that ,.n| mnd tm.
druggists for the cure of womsn's Ills.
The makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, for Ike cure of weak, nervous, run
down. over-worked, debilitated, pain-racked
women, knowing this medicine to be made up
of ingredients, every one of which haa the
strongest possible indorsement of the leading
tnd standard authorities ot the several
schools of practice, are perfectly willing, and
In fact, are only too glad to print, as they do,
the formula, or list of ingredients, of which
it is composed, in plain
»ft 4 |t ifc
The formula of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription will bear the most critical examina
tion of medical experts, for it contains no
alcohol, narcotics, harmful, or habit-forming
drugs, and no agent enters into it that Is not
highly recommended by the most advanced
and leading medical teachers and author
ities of their several schools of practice.
These anthorlties recommend the Ingredients
No other medicine for woman's ills has any
such professional endorsement as Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription has received, in the un
qualified recommendation of each of its
several ingredients by scores of leading medi
cal men of all the schools of practice. Is
such an endorsement not worthy of your
A booklet ot ingredients, with numerous
authoratlve profesional endorsements by the
leading medical authorities of this country,
will be mailed/res to any one sending name
and address with request for same. Address
Buffalo. N. Y.
Energy is well-nourished muscles
plus well-nourishe£ nerves.
Central—"Wood, pitch Dunn, catch
Martin, first base Johnson, second
base Arends, third baae Tafbot, left
short Lundstrum, right short and
Gilchrist, left field.
Business men—Boardman, pitch
Egermayer, catch B. Scott, first base
Doolittle, second base Trine, third
base Bradbury, left short Waterman,
right short McCreery, left field, and
McConnell, center 'field. Carlson and
Hockrldge were the officials.
Local Weather Record.
Forty-seven and 32 were the ex
tremes of temperature Thursday, com
pared with 75 and 33 for Wednesday.
At 7:30 o'clock this morning the tem
perature was 33, compared with 34 for
the same hour Thursday morning. A
trace of rain had fallen up to 7:30
o'clock this morn Ins.
The Glad Hand
removes liver Inaction and bowel stop
page with Dr. King's New Life Pills,
the painless regulators. 25c. McBride
& Will Drug Co.
and Garden Fence
and Crib Fence
""—7 ... 5*
need a Biscuit
are the greatest energy-makers
of all the wheat foods.
In dust tight,
moisture proof packages.
Never sold in bulk.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
A Suggestion for
-i W, /V S Kf I
Tremont Block, Marshalltown, Iowa
1 have found a tried and tested ema
inatism! Not a remedy that will
this deplorable diieaM.
In Germany—with a Chemlrt in tha Qtf .of
Darmstadt—I found the la* ingmdlsat Wl6»
which Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Bsmedy wajMada
perfected, dependable pwitoflpUoD. Witoooi
that last ingredient, I suocewhdly treated naar.
many cases of Bhemnatlgm bat now, JajMtJM«
formly cures ail curable cases of this hMttafaw
much dreaded disease. These sand-like noutt
mates, found inBheumatic Blood. »e«a to
Improved over laat year's fence—haa 3
more long wires now, making fence'
perfectly chicken proof. The 46-inch
45c per rod, 62-inch 50c per rod. All
wires are No. 13.
snd pass away under the action of this remedy as
(reely as does sugar when added to pare water.
And then, whenaigsolved, these palsnoa wastes
freely pass from the system, and the, caose ot
Rheumatism is gone forefta. Tnere now.no
real need—no actual excuse to stiller longer wltn.
out help. We sell, and In confidence reromrssnd
MoBRIDE &WILL DRUG CO.
A BIG WAREHOUSE FULL OF
IS READY FOR YOU
Top and bottom wire No. 9, long and
stay wire all No. 11. Stands like a
wall, 29-inch fence 23c, 26-inch fence
26c per rod. Havo also 32, 39 and 47
All wires No. 10, atay wires only 2
inches apart. Tho ideal fence to keep
out everything. The 2-foot for flower
beds, tho 4-foot for lawn or crib.
A big seller with us. All heavy wires
crimped. A good looker. Special prices
delivered at your statiom
If you buy our Union Lock aquaro
mesh, you will never buy any other.
The easiest to stretch. Just the thing
for small yards.
Three-foot gates for $2.50 v,
Twelve-foot gates for $5.50 and $6.00.
A very complete stock, from the very lightest
to the 47-inch Jumbo kind.
The Fence Man- I
Order a COAL CHUTE that will
admit light to your coal cellar—
aaving one window and frame—
and .which will also protect your
Kopt in Stock By
A. E. Shorthill Co^
Cadillac and Buick
Also Other Higher Priced Cars. •.-•C'!
Write for Information and catalog
Will demonstrate machines.
Rates $2 to $3 Per Da$r
Meals 50 Cents
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