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Odeon Theatre I BUSBY BROS., Mgrs—Tel. 262X ,, W. A. Tapp, Ret. Mgr. -'. ^W-P5T5V----'-' 1 §T «W32 Saturday, March 28 "**'W W .Tv- T" Se^'tr- IK S1' »H1r" ft*® MATINEE AND NIGHT THE FASCINATING STORY OF THE PLAINS ATEXAS RANGER "*i£ DEPICTING FRONTIER LIFE OF ,?. i- THE PAST DECADE o«wn MATINEE PRICES 10 and 25o NIGHT PRICES ...15, 25, 35 and 50c SEATS NOW ON SALE. :x-' -h ,p". Sunday, March 29 THE SENSATIONAL WESTERN ?, P." MELO-DRAMA Jv\« a. Jvv 5rOifc. $*• $ X" Tracy the Bandit A REALISTIC STORY OF THE WEST SEE THE ESCAPE FROM PRISON. fl'- f'-'/.' 'ly '. PRICES 15, 25, 35 and 50c SEATS NOW ON SALE r» v* BIJOU THEATRE LADIES Souvinir Matinee Saturday uf? A Japanese China 1 Teapot Given to Every Lady Saturday. Change of Program Thursday THEATORIUM THE TWIN BROTHER'S JOKE n?m A LITTLE HERO Ct- ILLUSTRATED SONG ADMISSION 5 CENTS. Matinee Saturday Afternoon ELITE THEATRE .^ CHANGE OF PROGRAM. TONIGHT. Matinee Saturday ADMISSION 5 CENTS. IffMTtO STATES RUSSIA "S* In 'Russia, 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 'J: many worthy objects. We give the •-v?'public logical reasons for talking about the merits of the various brands of cigars handled by us by supplying them Willi tile kind thai will command the approval of the severest* of critics. You will laud tile i|tialiiic-s possessed bv the Imperial, manufactured fur and sold by us exclusively. after you be- come intimately acquainted with them. COOK'S CIGAR STORE Barber Shop, Bowling Alleys, Billiard and Pool Parlors TREMONT BLOCK .. 22 WEST MAIN ^.'V• 1 The City in Brief Dr. Lierle—Eye and ear. Union Depot—April 3, at Odeon. Dr. Bullard, osteopath, 28 E. Main. Alabastine, the sanitary wall coating. Wheeler & Hoag. Dance at Forney's hall Saturday night. Full orchestra. Elk chocolates, always fresh. Wheel er & Hoag, pole agents Mrs. Hannah Negley, of Oilman, spent the day in the city. All kinds of interior pajnts and var nishes. At Wheeler & Hoag. We will pay cash for country butter tomorrow. Kendall & West. Enamels for the sink, bathtub and woodwork. Wheeler & Hoag. We can put a new cover on your old umbrella. Orlando Baxter. Cream puffs, lady curls, oyster pad die shells. Wachter's, Saturday. A. B. McCartney cleans wall paper. Telephone New 115, Old 675-J. Interior paints and varnishes. Su perior quality. Wheeler & Hoag. Dipped marshmallows and Turkish Jelly. Special at Wachter's Saturday. Mr. Harvey"Scholfield. of Wausau, Minn., a student at Iowa State Col lege, is spending his Easter vacation with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilbur. "Wellington's Best", has stood the test. No other winter wheat flour can equal it. Your grocier has it. $1.50 per sack, or phone E. E. Benedict & Co. That the population of Marshalltown is increasing is clearly proven by the Increased consumption of Paradise Is land Pineapple. Your grocer has it. 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. Every adult is Invited to hear James W. Erwin at the high school manual training building tonight. Two hun dred views and motion pictures. Ad mission free. "Tracy the Bandit," a sensational melodrama of the far nothwest, will be the attraction at the Odeon theater Sunday night March 28. Prices 15, 25, 35 and 50 cents. Notice to farmers and gardeners—We desire to contract for 200 acres of cu cumbers for which we will pay 60 cents per bushel delivered at oar factory. Marshall Vinegar Company. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Armour, of Os kaloosa, who have been visiting for almost a week with Mr. Armour's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Armour, returned to (heir home this morning. Do not fail to see the immense show ing of antique Oriental rugs in the carpet department at the 1). C. Wilbur store. We have an imported line di rect from New York that cannot be surpassed in beauty and excellence. Get out of the old rut. Do not stay in the same old, beaten path all the time, but give yourself and the rest of the family a pleasant surprise by get ting a can of Paradise Island Pine apple in the morning, for Sunday's dinner. Your grocer has it. Don't think that J. L. In man has quit the meat business. Plenty of fresh pork chunks. 7c: fine No. 1 hams, lO'/ac: Swift's Winchester bacon. 15c. You also can get the best -steaks at the right prices. Lots of dre.-sed chickens for your Sunday dinners. The best oleomargarine. 20c per -pound. Wlmn the "Tvxas Ranger" was pro duced in New York it had the phenom enal run of 103 nights it the Four teenth street Ilea tor. And it can be said that it was in reality the begin ning or foundation of tlii". the most popular class of plays of today, the western drama. At the Odeon tomor row matinee and night. Prices 1.",. 2.". 35 and 50 cents. Matinee 10 and 25 cents. If you would like to fool some wise Coffee f'ritic. who "knows line Coffee taste and flavor." quietly make for him a batch of Dr. Shoop's "Health Coffee" and serve it piping hot. It de ceived -Mrs. Shooji, and will I believe deceive any one. And there is not a grain of real coffee in it. Health Cof fee is made from pure toasted grains, malt. nuts. etc. Made In a Minute— no 20 io 30 minutes tedious boiling. pounds 25c. Sold by C. l"f. Cullev. Mrs. Henry Taylor and daughter I Helen, of Boston, arrived in the city I Wednesday night to visit for a week with Mrs. Taylor's aunt. Airs. A. P. Thayer, and cousin. Mr. O. F. Thayer. Mr. Taylor, who has been a member lot' the ••I'riiH-e of Pil.-en" company. icompanied Mrs, Taylor as far as Cllii ion. where lie joined the "Madam But I ierfl" company, which appeared here a short time ago. .Mrs. Taylor will join her husband in Hoelust'-r, N. V.. where the e.iiipjny ekise-! the season April 1. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allen's loot Kuf. I iiowder. Helirves painful. MiiartiuK. nervous feet and ingiow inj? nulls, and instantly takes the sUngout of corns and bullions. It's the JRENU'ST CHIII- forl discovery of the «pe. Allen's Koof-Kase makes tight or new oes :'eel easy. It in certain cure lor sweaiiiu:. callous, swollen, tired, acbiiie feet. Try it t, uJnv Sold by t'l Drucsists ntid Shoe fvorps. Bv mail for 2 in ftani|)s. tlon'l accept any suhsiitill«. Trial pnekajte FKKK. Address Allen!?. Oini steart. I* Roy, Y. Hot rolls always at Wachter's. An elegant line of bracelets, lockets. Tomorrow will be the last day of the and chains. Miller, the jeweler, 108]Re(j Kern corset demonstration at the East Main. New England. No littings after 5 p. m. See our complete line of ladies and gents' watches, all grades and prices, Miller, the jeweler, 108 East Main. I Miss Ruth Bishop, of Toledo, who has been visiting in the city .with Miss MaJbel Maulsby, returned to her home this morningr. Don't forget the amateur play. Un ion Depot, at Odeon. Benefit of Y/ M. C. A., April 3. Rehearsal at east court room each evening. The game of basket ball with the alumni, advertised to take place in the high school gymnasium, will not be played tomorrow night. New, modern home of 6 rooms in choice residence part of city for quick sale. Cash or easy terms. See us at once for particulars. Bell & Hill. lanee at Forney's hall Saturday night. Full orchestra. Brighten up the wood work with AVheeler & Hoag's paints. Northern Red River Early Ohio seed potatoes, at Kendall & West. Touch up the wood work. You get the bust material at Wheeler & Hoag's. Veil pins, booches. gents' fobs and chains. Miller, the jeweler, 108 East Main. Call at the Buggy Works and see their driving wagons litted with wire wheels. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Suit. 605 West Nevada street, are the parents of a son, born Thursday. The Dorcas stocking darner will be demonstrated at Nettie ingledue's dry goods store Saturday. I have a broken line of children's caps, which I will sell at 10 cents each while they last. Orlando Baxter. Tilt Frank Whaley home. 10OS Iowa street, was quarantined Thursday for scarlet fever. Mr. Whaley is sick. The ladies of the Christian church will have an exchange at Schmidt's hardware store tomorrow afternoon. Dr. Cora Williams, diseases of wom en and obstetrics. Office over Fidelity bank. Hours 10-12 a. m., 1-4 p. m. See us for tire, lightning and tor nado insurance. Van Orman & Van Orman, over 116 West Main street. Rev. O. H. Ii. Mason, of Boone, was in the /city this forenoon, while,on his way to Cedar Ra.pids on business. sim jg.n of st for frujf_ is that craving a can and of Paradise ls- pineapple, and be satisfied. At any grocer. "Wellington's Best" has stood the test:. No other winter wheat flour can equal it. Your grocer has it. $1.50 per sack, or phone E. E. Benedict & Co. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kime, who have been spending the past three months visiting in Texas and Arkan sas, arrived home Thursday night. Is everybody happy? Yes, is the answer from him who knows the de licious richness of Paradise Island Pineapple. All the grocers have it. Tho John D. Rockefeller is the wealthiest man in America it is said he is not as happy as the man who eats Paradise Island Pineapple Ask yobr grocer. If you do not know where, 'phone Letts, Fletcher & Co., at once, and they will refer you to your nearest dealer who can supply you with Paradise Is land Pineapple. Remember us on coffee. We arc sure you will agree with us that you have found none better—if you will give us an order for a trial pound. All grades and all prices. L. S. Peckham Grocery Co. Rememiber the free entertainment "The Wonders and Glories of Califor nia" at the manual training auditor ium high school tonight. James W. Erwin will show 200 beautiful views and motion pictures. It is free. Mr. J. S. Blinker and family of Zear ing, arrived in the city Thursday with their household effects and will occupy the residence at No. 309 West Nevada street. Mr. Bunker has entered the employ of John Irvin, a local contract or. We have a New York line of rare and beautiful antique Oriental rugs for sale in our carpet department, for one week only. This is a chance you should not miss, as the prices are very reasonable for this class of goods. The I). C. Wilbur store. Bosch Bros., of Vancleve, have be gun suit in the district court against L. A. Girton and H. S. Girton. to col lect oh an account claimed to be past due and to recover on a note which is also alleged to be past due and un paid. The claims set up in the peti tions aggregate about $200. Miss Ella. ~IkeggT*203Va West Main street, entertained a small company at •i: 30 o'clock dinner Thursday evening, complimentary to Miss Athyl Olson, an Ames College student who is her guest during the spring vacation. The even ing was enjoyed with vocal and instru mental music, and dancing. The funeral of Robert B. Williams, the member of the soldiers' home who died Thursday afternoon from injuries received while trying to stop a run away team on West Main street, will bt held at the home Saturday after noon at 3'o'clock. The body will be buried in the home cemetery. Mesdamns B. A. Morgan. G. W. Btu-nham and George F. Thayer were hostesses at the Morgan home, .'ill Fast Main street. Thursday, to the Congregational Ladies' Aid society, which met for an all day's sew. Nearly forty were present and a very pleas ant and profitable day was enjoyed. Presiding Elder ,W. F. Pitner of the Marshalltown district of the Methodist church, who has been attending the district, conference at Sheffield, re turned home Thursday. Rev. N. A. Merslion. of Toledo, who was also at tending the conference, passed thru the city Thursday on his way to his home. The Ayres home. 112 North Third avenue, which has been under quar antine because of illness with scarle ina of Farle Roberts, was released Thursday and the patient was dis charged. Mrs. Roberts, who has been with .her son during his sickness, re turned to her home in Oskaloosa Thursday night. The body of Mrs. W. N. DIckerson, of St. Anthony, was brought to this city this morning, accompanied by a party •if relatives anil friends, and taken to Kiverside for burial. The funeral, which, was held 1'r.nn tile Diekerson home in St. Anthony Thursday aft ernoon. at 2:30 o'clock, was very lurge !v att-ndcd. cio ted. Rev. W. 11. Scott offi .Mrs. Joseph Thompson. Mrs. John Folk and Mrs. KIII.-M Ivter.-oii enter tained twenty lady friends Thursday evening at a miscellaneous shower for Miss Julia Hanson, who is to be mar ried about the middle of April to Mr. Peter Calmus. also of this city. The affair took place at the Thompson home, SI 2 May street, and proved very enjoyable. The bride-to-be was the ™cipi*n' of eliinn. i-iir glass anrl other eifts. The hostesses served lunch during the evening, O & 5 1 v.'. -. ttaB^ffcprfditwi -mralTsntDMOT Jtan* Dr. Wood, eye, throat, nose, and ear. We sell the best interior paints. Wheeler & Hoag. Dr. F. L. Nelman was in Toledo to day on business. Mr. John Ltindy. of Union, spent Thursday in the city. Dance at Forney's hall Saturday night. Full orchestra. Mr. Will Jl. Hill*was in Stale Cen ter today on business. Plenty of fresh garden seeds, onion sets, etc. Kendall & West. Japaluc your linoleum. Looks like new. Wheeler & Hoag. We will pay cash for country butter tomorrow. Kendall & West. Try Elk chocolates. They are best. Wheeler !i Hoag, sole agents. Don't forget! Indoor base ball games tonight. Good games assured. Mr. G. F. Stansberry. of Gilman. spent Thursday in the city on busi ness. The regular meeting of St. Margar et's mission was held Thursday evening with Mrs. Heitshu. A complete and up to date line of La, Valliere neck chains. Miller, the jeweler, 108 East Main. For Rent—-Four room modern flat after April 1. Call new phone 5S3, or call at 001 West Main street. Howard D~.Wilbur"and W. H. Gil bert went to Lost Island Wednesday night to hunt ducks for a few days. Tomorrow will be the last day of the Red Fern corset demonstration at tin: New England. No fittings after 5 p. m. W. F. Atkinson, of Iowa City, who represents the Mutual Lyceum Bureau, of Chicago, spent Wednesday in the city on business. The regular meeting of the Witen agemote club was held Thursday after noon at the home of Mrs. W. E. Snell ing. Next week It will be with Mrs. W. S. McBride, at the A. L. Frazer liom e. Mrs. J. W. Carney, Mrs. John Tall man and Mrs. Hoy were hostesses Thursday afternoon to a very pleasant meeting of the Harmony Aid society. Lunch and a social time followed the business session. Getting more interesting as the schedule draws to a close. Indoor base ball games tonight, at the Y. M. C. A. gym. Marshalltown Trowel Co. vs. C. I. Business College, and Lennox Furnace Co. vs. Lennox Machine Co. 10 cents. ". "J The will of the late J. L. Whinery was entered for probiite in the district court this morning. The will gives all of the property to Mrs. Whinery. who was nominated to be executrix of the estate without bond. Her appointment was made by Judge Parker. Tomorrow, Saturday, you will see three washing machines in operation —one run by electricity, one by city water, one—the Wonder—by hand. Come in. Bring a blue shirt or a pair of overalls along to watch the result. Tomorrow everybody goes to Schmidt's. Mrs. William Quackenbush of Mara thon, who has been at Colfax taking treatment, was a guest between trains Thursday evening at the home of her cousin, Mrs. E. Hepner, 312 North Third avenue. Mrs. Quackenbush was on her way to Waterloo, where she has a sister in the hospital. Mrs. Josephine Marsh, who was' called to Manchester a short time ago, will remain for an indefinite visit with her daughter, Mrs. George L. Frank. Rev. G. E. Marsh, who is at present at Colo conducting evangelistic meetings, returned from Manchester Thursday, where he had accompanied his mother. A bulletin issued from the office of Superintendent C. S. Hayden, an nounces the reappointment of S. J. Dunn to be chief dispatcher of the Iowa Central. Mr. Dunn, who resigned a few months ago, and has since been in the south, has returned to resume his iormer position with the Mrs. Henry Sundell, accompanied by her sons, Ralph and George, will leave the city April 11 for New York, from where she will sail, on April Hi, for Sweden, where she will visit at her old home at Vernland. Mrs. Sundell will also visit at Stockholm and Gutten berg, and also in Germany and France, and will be gone about four months. John C. Logsdon, who attempted sui cide the other day by shooting, was removed Thursday afternoon from St. Thomas to Singleton's hospital. Logsdon's is a county case, and the county felt that it could care for the patient at less expense at the Single ton hospital, with which the county has a contract. Logsdon is doing nice ly today. ?. We are receiving fresh vegetables twice a week from Kansas. They are line. Tomorrow we will have fresh to I ma toes, cucumbers, cauliflower, spin ach. new beets, new carrots, new tur nips. radishes, lettuce, onions, celery: also have fancy bananas, oranges and grape fruit in fact, everything for a good Sunday dinner can be found at Peckham's grocery. Miss Belle Classen, of Green Moun tain, who recently graduated from the manual arts department of the State Normal school, left for Minneapolis today, where she will take advanced work in art at the Handicraft Guild, a school of applied arts and crafts. Miss Classen will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. James Crystal, former residents of Green Mountain, who have been in Minneapolis for several years. J. F. Cheney of Newell, Btiena Vista county, returned home this morning, having accompanied to the soldiers' home hospital night before last, Joseph Parson, a. veteran, aged 75 years, of the same place. Parson, who is a bachelor and lived alone, was the man who was robbed and nearly murdered about six weeks ago. It was at first feared that his injuries would prove fatal, but tile present indications are tiiai he will re cover. County Attorney J. if. Egerniayer, who is chairman of the program com mittee of the State County Attorneys' association, which meets iu Waterloo early next July, will go to Carroll Saturday morning to attend a meeting of the committee. Mrs. Kgermaver and son. Joseph. Jr., will accompany Mr. Kgermaver and remain at Carrol! over Sunday. They will then go to Hamburg, to remain with Mrs. l.Oger mavers parents. Dr. and Mrs. I). VV Swiggart, for perhaps a month. Geo. J. Allen, optical specialist. Mr. George Lepler, of Union, was in the city Thursday. MRS. S. FULLMER DEAD. Old Resident of This City Dies at Pas adena, Cal. Word received this morning by Fred Fullmer announces the death in Pasa dena. Cal., on Tuesday. March 24. of his mother, Mrs. Sarah Fullmer, a for mer resident of this city. Mrs. Fullmer passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Jarvis. Mrs. Fullmer had been making her home in California for the past three years, dividing the time between her daugh ter. Mrs. Jarvis, and son, Dr. Burt Fullmer, of Los Angeles. Mrs. FuUnier's death was due to her advanced years. She was «9 years old, and had been suffering from heart trouble and dropsy. Aside from the sou and daughter in California. Mrs. Fullmer is survived by her son Fred, ill this city, and three other daugh ters, Mrs. S. A. Trenian. of Storm Lake .Mrs. F. B. Trenian. of Aurora, 111.: and Mrs. E. F. Moon, of Fort Col lins. Col. .Airs. Fullmer's body will be placed in a receiving vault at Pasadena, and later will he brought to this city for interment. OBITUARY. Babcock. D. K. Babcock, a member of Hie soldiers' h.inie from Dickinson county, died at S:l." Thursday night of e.hir rosis of the liver. He entered the home from Superior, Oct. 10. 1901. Mr. Babcock was a native of Farm ville, Can., mid was borrt Oct. 7. 1834. He served in Company L, Fourteenth New York cavalry, having enlisted at Williamsburg, N. Y.. August 6. 1S64. He was fllscharged at New Orleans March 31. 1866. Two brothers. James M. Babcock. of Pierre, S. D.. and H. A. Babcock of Watertown, S. D.. sur vive the deceased, as do also two sis ters. Mrs. William Neal. of Tracy. S. D.. and Mrs. H. T». Moody of New York. The brothers have been notified. COFFEE SALE A 25-Cent Coffee for 19 Cents, One Day Only Also an Invitation and Opportunity to Enjoy a Cup of Leader Coffee at Sinclair's. Sinclair says he will give the people of Marshalltown an opportunity to buy a good coffee for the price of a cheap one for one day only. Tomorrow, Saturday, all day, you can buy Sin clair's "Leader" coffee at 19 cents per pound, or four pounds for 75 cents. No more than 75 cents' worth will be sold to one customer at this price. Sinclair claims this is the finest 25 cent coffee sold in Marshalltown, and he wants those who are not now using it to come and try same. He will also serve this suine coffee free to all who call at his store Saturday. Come in and get a cup of coffee even if you don't buy. Mr. Sinclair has just returned from the' west, and will be glad to see you all and have you enjoy a rich cup of coffee on him Saturday. SINCLAIR'S. MARSHALL COUNTY HONORED. Delegates to State Convention Are Recognized for Places. The Marshall county delegation to the democratic state convention at Cedar Rapids Thursday secured its share of honors. John D. Fraley, of Albion, was elected as one of the Fifth district delegates to the national con vention at Denver, and J. E. Stanton, of this city, was chosen in the conven tion as one of the alternate delegates at-large. E. H. Schilling, of State Center, was the Fifth district member on the committee on credentials. SCHOOLS CLOSE TODAY. Spring Vacation of a Week Starts Monday. The public schools were brought to a close this afternoon for the spring vacation of a week, which begins Mon day. Many of the teachers will spend their vacations at other points. Special for Tuesday. Monday I will receive twenty-five choice patterns of wall paper direct from the factory. There will be but one or two rooms of each pattern, so if you want something everyone hasn't got come early Tuesday, and get first choice. T. F. JONES, Wall Paper and Paint Store. Finkle Block. The Glass Blowers. Packman's glass blowers al (he old post office building, continue to draw immense crowds of enthusiastic visit ors with their splendid exhibition. Sat urday will positively be their last day here and on that afternoon 300 glass ships will be given to the children. Real Estate ransfers. John Van Orsdel and wife of Texas, county, Missouri, to O. G. B. Wessel, land in State Center township. $8,550. John E. Johnson to George S. Man field. of Tama county, land in Timber Creek township. $S.400. Elias B. Emes and wife to W. W. Hixson, part of lot 2, block 1, Weather Iv and Shorthill's addition. $4,250. H. A. Church and wife of Los An geles. Cal.. to Carmino Felice, lot S, block 1, Cummings* second addition, $600. Albert J. Asquith and wife to Thom as G. Easton, land in Logan township. $16,875. The Sweetest Toasted Food IS CALLED & Post Toasties "The Taste Lingers." Made by -sp Postum Cereal Co., Limited, iw- Battle Creek. Michigan. J. C. Grafton and wife of Adair, to Martin J. Lamer, land in LeGrand. $225. Uda Booth et al„ of Los Angeles, to Henry ilenze. lots 11 and 12, block 3, Babeock's addition, $1,400. .lames S. Brown, et al.. of Calhoun county, to Henry lieiize, land in State Center. $1,400. Jorgen Rasmusson and wife to Ad die Carney, land in LeGrand, $1,100. Ameng the fifty thousand mentioned by Mr. Cooper who used his medicine in Chicago is Mrs. Hilda Pflueger, liv ing at 1203 Ainslie avenue. This is the statement she makes concerning her experience with the medicine: "I have been sick for six years with Whitton- 4 V* l. 1P Extra Quality Vici Kid and Patent Colt $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Very Stylish For Street and Dress. 1 $2.50 and $3.00 Hand Sewed, Vici Kid. An Oxford for Service, Elegant and Comfortable. $3.00 Leaders Button or Lace. Ask to See Them. It Will Pay ,ii You. So Hard To Get, and Yet So Easy by Inspecting WHITTON-WHITEHEAD CO.S' Line. 19-21 West Main Street J. P. Kirk and wife to Willis Kirk, land in Cletnons, $1. Paul Roskopf to B. E. and A. M. White, lots 2 and 3. block 1, Arnold, I Khepard and French's addition. $500. Take Warning. Cooper Tells Reporter Why He Accomplishes So Much No man in recent years has been more successful in restoring human l'lelth than L. T. Cooper. During his stay in Chicago, and while he was meeting thousands of people daily, he gave the following reason for the re markable demand for his medicine to a reporter: Mr. Cooper said: "My New Discov ery is successful because it corrects the stomach. My theory is that few can be sick if the digestive apparatus is working properly. It naturally fol lows that few can be well with a poor digestion. "I know from experience that most of the tired, half-sick people that are so common now-a-days have half-sick stomachs. Put the stomach in shape, and nature does the rest. The result is general good health. My medicine does this. That is why fifty thousand people here in Chicago are using it who never heard of me until a month ago." Dor.'t let stomach, liver nor kidney trouble down vou, when you can quick ly down them with Electric Bitters. 50c. McBride & Will Drug Co. stomach trouble. I was always* hun gry, but did not dare to eat much, as I had severe pains in my stomach, and also thru my body. I could not sleep at night and was very restless. I was also very nervous .and would have severe headaches. I was consti pated. and always felt bloated after eating. "I had tried many remedies, but could secure no relief, until one day I noticed in the newspapers what won derful results Cooper's medicines were accomplishing in Chicago. I decided to try them, and shortly after com mencing the treatment I began to feel better. I did not have those severe pain In my stomach, and I could sleep at night my appetite improved, and I can now eat well. I am feeling like a new woman. "I am very thankful to Mr. Cooper for what his remedies have done for me. They have restored me to good health, and I would advise any one who suffers as I did to try them." We sell the Cooper medicines. They are easily the most celebrated prepa rations ever introduced in this coun try. growing in popularity daily.— McBride & Will Drug Co. SH0E DEPARTMENT Spring .FOR.. New Tans and 4 Brdivns in all shapes Misses' and Chil dren's Shoes and Oxfords None Better Made S 7 1- ASK TO SEE THEM We will be pleased to show you. Headquarters for the Best Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes Whitton-Whitehead Co Scalded By Steam or scorched by a fire apply Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. Cures Piles too, and tha worst sores. Guaranteed 25c. Mc«, Bride & Will Drug Co. Only One "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE, Look for the signature of E. W» GROVE. Used the World over to Cut# a Cold One Day. 25c. Give^i Your Work in the Sheet Metal Line I have opened a first-class Tin Shop in connection with the W. 8. REED HEATING CO., and would be pleased to submit figures on your roofing, spouting, furnaces and re pairing of all kinds. Having 16 years of experience in this |ine, I will assure you first class) work manship. ALL WORK GUARANTEED W. T. SOMERS 204/2 EAST MAIN ST. 'Phone New 102. Special Valuo $2.50 Patent Colt Perfect Fitters. $3.50 But Never Excelled in Any $4.00 Qualities. $3.00 and $3.50 Guaranteed Values, Extreme Styles and Best Material. Nurses' Special Soft, Flexible, Shapely and Never Hurts. MARSHALLTOWN, IA.