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Mrs. Fry makes dis eases of women a specialty. H. Fry, the eye, ear, nose and throat a special ty. Office and residence in the KjB ttry block, 102-104 West Main. Glasses Fitted. J. F. BATTIN, IVL D. PHYSIICIAN AND SURGEON Office Over 19 West Main St. MARSHALLTOWN. IOWA. 4 Calls Answered Day or Night in City or Country. Office Hours: 10 ie 12 a. m. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. OCULISTS AND AURISTS Sanatorium Eye, NOSE, THROAT iEstalllshe S'i 18)1 GLASSES FITTED PERCY R. WOOD, M. D. MAR8HALLTOWN. IOWA T.H DR. P. LIERLE f- SPECIALIST ItvM'! Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat ''i. Catarrh Glasses Properly Fitted rem on Ellock, Marshalltown, Iowa. ARCHITECTS CHARLES H. EGKMAN ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT. ,-^Room 18 Woodbury Building MARSHAJ.iL.TOWN IOWA 1. S. MILLARD, Justice of the Peacc, FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE, SURETY BONDS NO. 6 SOUTH FIRST AVENUE k-% New 'Phone 909. 4S£ ^SURETY BONDS I Issue bonds for Administrators, Ex ecutors, 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 South First Ave. Marshalltown. la. Geobgiaxa. ©ur chef nay.* Gold lled.tl Flour only. 5 VSKOMCA m&St itehaSti nsjym T. R. County Correspondents Tell ot Happenings in Var ious Districts DR. CHARLES BOONE DEAD Former Resident of Rhodes Away in Mercy Hospital at Will Build Fine Home. Passes Cedar Rapids—Riley Anderson, of Star, Sells Farm to Brother, Who North Correspondents of the T.-R. tliruout the county report the general news of their communities today, and the re sume will be of interest to every coun ty reader and former resident. From Rhodes is announced the death of Dr. Charles Boone, a former resident of Rhodes, who passed away at Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids. Riley Anderson, of North Star, has sold his farm in Liscomb township to his brother Bruce, for $100 per acre. Tho buyers will erect a new $3,000 modern home this summer. Other happenings of interest, classi fied by towns and neighborhoods, are as follows: RHODES. April 2.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roh rer are the parents of a daughter. Mrs. William Gillman visited rela tives in Boone last week. She also at tended the wedding of a niece. The ladies' cemetery aid will serve dinner next Saturday, April 4, in the town hall. This is the day of the horse sale. Mr. Charley Wallace left Friday for North Dakota, where he expects to spend the summer. Miss Elva Kline visited a few days last week in Collins. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mooers and grandmother started Tuesday for their new home at Boden, N. D. It may be truly said when Rhodes loses this most estimable family they lose a fine citi zen, good neighbors and splendid resi dents. The ladles' cemetery aid to the num ber of twenty-three spent the day Fri day with Mrs. Dr. Noble. Quilting was the order of the day. Mrs. Noble served an elegant dinner. Dr. Charles Boone, one time a resi dent of this place, died Friday in Mer cy hospital at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf of Marshalltown, spent the day Sunday at the D. M. Ruth home. Mrs. Clara Livingston, of Newton, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nirk. Misses Maida and Ethel Titus are spending the week's vacation from their school duties at Marshalltown, at the home of their parents. Mr. O. M. Shryock and daughter of Maxwell, were Rhodes callers Tues day afternoon. Miss Miles, of Madrid, has been visit ing her brother, Mr. Walter Miles, and friend, Miss Satterfleld. Mr. Ellis Tribby was a Marshall town caller Tuesday. Leora Everhart, who has been visit ing relatives since Christmas at Olin and Calamus, returned home Tuesday evening. Those participating in the home tal ent play, "The Wedding Bells," accom panied by the Rhodes band and Fran cis family orchestra, and citizens to the number of forty-five, went to Maxwell Tuesday evening, where the play was presented to a well filled house. NORTH STAR April 2.—Mr. Fred Jensen, of Mar ietta, -was visiting in this neighbor hood Sunday. Messrs. C. F. Schultz and Riley An derson were Marshalltown visitors Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. John Scheible were visiting and shopping in Marshalltown Tuesday. Mr. Dan Dent, from near Marshall town, came Sunday to work for the season for Mr. Guy Coulter. Mr. and Mrs. John Scheible visited Sunday afternoon 'at W. O. Tran barger's. Riley Anderson went to Conrad Sun day, where he will work for George Hermerise the coming summer. Dr. and Mrs. Marble and children, of Liscomb, and Mrs. Marble's sister, of Raymond, visited Sunday at Mr. Horace Rosencranz's. Mr. W. O. Tranbarger left last week Wednesday night for a business trip to his old home near Springfield, III. (Mr. G. E. Clapsaddle and family were in Albion Sunday to attend church and visit Mrs. Clapsaddle's mother, Mrs. Richey. Miss Kitty Weeks left Sunday to commence her spring term of school at Spring Valley, five miles south of Marshalltown. Miss Anna Head arrived home Tues day morning from a five weeks' stay with her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Jones, and family of Gilman. 'Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Coulter enter tained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rob inson, Mr. B. C. Wheeler and family, and th ir son Guy and wife. Mrs. Cynthia Springer and Mrs. Cal Vinton, of Whitten, spent parts of ten days last: week at Mr. Horace Rosen cranz's. Miss Emily Head went to Gilman Saturday night to resume her school duties two miles north of that place, after a four wees' vacation. Miss Hazel Barber of Liscomb, com menced her spring term of school at No. 2 Monday after a two weeks' va cation, and Miss Ida Reimer of Kel logg, commenced at No. C, after a four weeks' vacation. Mesdames Tranharger, Guy Coulter, •Head and Thomas, and Miss Emily Head were the only ones from this neighborhood that attended the ail-day meeting of the North Star aid. held at Mrs. Fred Keeper's Thursday. Last week Riley Anderson sold to his brother Bruce the eighty acres he owned which lies just east of the one his brc-ther owned, consideration $100 an acre. Mr. O. B. Anderson now hafl one of the best quarter-sections In this -shallto'An it isi nr"" locality, and when he has completed the $.S,000 house which he contemplates building this summer, his farm will be one of the best in Grundy or Mar shall counties. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. McKibben left Tuesday morning for Iowa City, where Mrs. McKibben will submit to an op eration for appendicitis. Mr. McKib ben will remain with his wife for about two weeks, and his brother Ed. will look after the farm and stock. Their children, Cynthia and Lester, will stay with Mrs. Horace Rosen cranz, and Vess will be with Mrs. Thomas Johnson while their mother is in the hospital. We have often heard men remark that they would ratiier give a dollar than cut wood, but one of our farmers really found a man who would rather lose a dollar than cut wood. The aforesaid farmer hired a man for the season, but when he came the farmer was obliged to leave his .man and go to town, so set him at work at the wood pile. The hired man gave the farmer a dollar to get him some nec essaries in town. After the farmer left, the hired man contemplated the wood .pile for a time, then went to the house, and obtaining his grip, walked away, and hasn't returned yet to claim his dollar. LISCOM H. April 2.—The pupiis and teachers of the school here are enjoying a week's vacation. Miss Alice Propst, of Marshalltown, was in Liscomb this week visiting her cousin, Mrs. Harold Clark. Mrs. Ray Bixby and daughter, of Union, were visiting relatives and friends here Sunday. Word has been received here that the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hitch, of Bralnerd, Minn., died very suddenly of heart failure Saturday night. The little one was born March 25, and the event was hailed with re joicing by parents and many friends, who are expressing the most earnest sympathy for the young couple in their sad loss. Mr. Earl Rolston was visiting his parents here Sunday. Lowell Bixby is home from Des Moines for a .long vacation. He will not return to school until fall. Robert Black is home from the Ames agricultural school for his vacation. Miss Susie Church is passing the week of vacation in Marshalltown and Union. G. E. Strong, of Milwaukee, is the guest of his brother-in-law, J. G. Scott, and wife, this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Soules, of near the county seat, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Nichols Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Church, living three miles southeast of town, is confined to her home by an attack of pneumonia, but is getting much better. Her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Stieret, Is car ing for her. William Zellars, of Barker, S. D., ha3 been paying a visit to his sister-in law, Mrs. J. L. Ralls. Miss Rilla Melick is spending the week with friends in Wellsburg and Grundy Center. Miss Rosy and Clinton Bueghly are home for a few days' visit with friends. Miss Hazel Barber returned home Thursday from a visit to Des Moines friends. Nerl Mershon and wife, of Marshall town, drove up Sunday for a brief visit with Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Mershon. The Francis orchestra played sev eral very nice selections at the even ing service of the Reformed church Sunday. An offering was taken and presented to Master Roscoe, who plays the horn exceptionally well for an 8 year-old, and as he is anxious to pur chase a new instrument the purse was to apply on the fund which he is sav ing for this purpose. Mr. Stanley, the new Iowa Central agent, arrived with his family Satur day, and is occupying the John Gould residence. Monroe McKibben has a new gaso line engine installed, with which he expects to save considerable labor in farm work. Mrs. Riley McKibben went to Iowa City Tuesday, where she may have to undergo an operation for appendicitis. Miss Bessie Coore was in Liscomb a few days this week. J. G. Scott and wife were in Union Friday evening to attend the silver medal oontest which was held in the Christian church under the directipn of the W. C. T. U. Mrs. E. A. Clark transacted busi ness in Marshalltown Saturday. David Boyd and wife started for their new home in Bovina, Can., Wed nesday. Mr. Boyd .has land near this town which he expects to improve at once. Mrs. Jennie Early and daughter, Miss Etta, were guests at the Fox home in Union Friday and Saturday. The Francis orchestra gave a very pleasing entertainment at 'the Christian church Saturday evening. The audi ence was attentive and frequently ex pressed unusual appreciation by recall ing Master Roscoe and his sisters, who are becoming adepts at entertaining and holding the attention of their au diences. The family returned to their home In Rhodes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hawk and son spent Sunday in Liscomb, visiting at the A. M. Johnson home. A number of Modern Woodmen went to State Center Wednesday to at tend the convention which was being held in that town. Farming has begun in this locality, •the ground being .put in condition for sowing. Miss Julia Gilford is quite ill at the home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Mur dock. Miss Waterfield of Raymond, is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Dr. Marble. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grossbeck, of Whitten, were in attendance at the funeral of the latter's sister, Mrs. O'Bryon, here Tuesday afternoon. The aid society of the Christian church met with Mrs. S. W. Anderson on Wednesday of this week. •Mrs. Evans of Green Mountain, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. C. Nichols, a few days. Leonard Beaty will -move his barber shop to the Biersborn building, on North Main street soon, as S. Dicker son will begin building his new bank where the building Mr. Beaty now oc cupies stands. ST. ANTHONY. April 2.—William Schaper shipped two cars of hogs to Chicago last week, and J. W. Webster shipped two cars Sunday. T. M. Brown moved into the M. P. parsonage last week. Mrs. Thomas Gannon went to Mar- Saturday for a visit with JC jK**? vkitf llfe'srll TinxES-H^puljItatt, Juxua: her daughter, "Mrs. H. H. Dunn. William Dunn returned home from Marshalltown Saturday. John Mackin shipped three cars of stock from Zearing Sunday. Henry and William German and families and George Frohwine visited at William Schaper's Sunday. T. H. Jordan shipped a car of stock to Chicago Tuesday. John Mackin and J. A. Deal each shipped a car of stock to Chicago Wed nesday. H. F. Blackburn loaded his house hold goods last week and left for Car roll, where he expects to make his home. Dr. G. W. Mills and wife left Tues day for Phoe.iix, Ariz., where thoy in tend making their home. ALBION. Albion, April 2.—Miss Clara Keeler Is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Reuben Jones, at Moline. 111. Mrs. E. A. Boggs, of Waterloo, is vis iting her sister, Mrs. John Crouse. Miss Ethel Larson is spending her vacation with her grandmother, Mrs. Avey. Our little burg is profusely decorated with yellow placards, suggestive of either mumps or measles. Mrs. Ralph Hill entertained the La dies' Aid society of the M. E. church at an all-day meeting Wednesday. Fifteen ladles were present. Dinner was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. A. F. Hill. Mr. Burgett is preparing to move his residence to lots purchased in the west end of town and will make a .modern home of it. John Fraley and son will soon put In an uptodate lighting plant in their home. Mr. Mantle has a fine new auto. Mrs. Lizzie Rolston of Mitchell, S. D.. Is visiting her daughter Mrs. Will Avey, east ot town. Mrs. Wyand and Mrs. Bernle Fraley will entertain the A. C. club at a so cial afternoon April 2. Mrs. Richey returned home last night after spending a week in Marshalltown visiting her sister, Mrs. Collins. Nate Carter is preparing to build a new house In the north end of town as soon as the weather permits. BANGOR. April 2.—W. J. Winslow was in and around New Providence Tuesday and Wednesday of last week on business. Mrs. J. A. Speer was a Marshalltown caller Thursday. She was accompanied home by Mr. Speer, who had been to Chicago with stock. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Stanfield, Mr. C. R. Whinery and daughter, Lillian, Messrs. G. Dillon, A. E. and C. W. Hol lingsworth, visited the county seat Fri day. Miss Ruby Arney and Messrs. W. P. Whinery and Jesse Cox are sick. Mr. Ralph Middleton was home from Ames the latter part of the week and conducted band practice Saturday ev ening. Mrs. H. O. Powers and sister Miss Richardson were Union callers Satur day. Mr. Orlando Winslow and family of Liberty, attended church at Bangor Sunday. Miss Sadie Arney, who working at the hotel at Rock, is home on a visit. has been Steamboat Mr. R. Skinner and family are con fined to their home with illness. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kersey and daughter Florence, visited at Zearing Sunday. Mrs. Albert Whinery, Mrs. Stella Harris and little son Harold, of Mar shalltown, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hinshaw. A number of young people met at the M. H. Green home Saturday even ing to help Miss Lou celebrate her 17th birthday. All report a fine time. Mr. Lester Pierce of Whitten, is vis iting his mother, Mrs. O. B. McClaln. Frank Skinner was a business caller in Marshalltown Monday. Miss Lillian Whinery commenced a two months school Monday near State Center, where she taught during the winter. Little Lucile Carter, who had her limb broken while visiting at tho D. C. Norman home two weeks ago Sun day, is recovering nicely. The nurse was discharged Saturday and the doc tor thinks she can be moved to her home in a few days. Mr. J. M. Whinery and son Vern of Marshalltown, were In Bangor the first of the week. Quite a number attended the market day sale at Union Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas of Mc Callsburg are visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hill. The W. C. T. U. meets with Mrs. J. R. Macy this week. The school house was treated to a thorough cleaning Saturday. From April 1 until December 1 the Bangor central telephone office will service from 6 a. m. till 9 p. MINERVA. April 2.—Miss Martha Page began her spring term of school Monday at Green Mountain. Mr. Fred Nichols and Mr. Fred Mc Kinnon returned Tuesday from Chica go, after accompanying three carloads of cattle. Mrs. Fred Nichols is 111 of mumps. Mr. Gilbert Maxfleld is ill of Ger man measles. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nichols were bus iness callers in Marshalltown Wednes day. Mr. D. Bryant is threatened with ty phoid fever. Mrs. Frank Dawson was the guest of Mrs. George Nichols on Wednesday. MARIETTA. April 2.—Mr. Henry Dunn, of St. Anthony, visited at the home of his sister, Mrs. August Larson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newby, who returned last week from Texas, where they had been spending the winter, have been spending several days at the home of the latter's brother, Chris Wardman, and family. Mr. Thomas Patton and daughter STEIN WAY PIANOS- We can sell you either anew or slightly used Steinway for very little more than the price of an ordinary instrument. Let us quote you figures and tell you why it is, beyonfl all question, to your interest to purchase or.e of these magnificent pianos. We will gladly arrange easy monthly payments and .still give you the benefit of our lowest cash prices. A handson:e catalog and interesting litera ture mailed free. LYON & HEALY, 30 Adams St, Chbago Sola Representatives Nettie, of Liscomb, visited their cou sin, Mrs. Nancy Timmons, Sunday. Frank Haddock went to Waterloo Saturday, to spend a few days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Nichols visited at the T. P. Marsh home in Marshall town Sunday. DILLON. April 2.—Mrs. W. A. Powers is visit ing her mother, Mrs. D. L. Myers, this week. Mr. John Smith, of Gilman, spent Sunday at Liscomb visiting his sister, Mrs. Josle Hilsabeck. i§£ How to Avoid Appendicitis. Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes. McBride & Will Drug Co. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Sheriff. I will be a candidate for the repub lican nomination for sheriff of Marshall county at the primary election June 2nd. A. A. NICHOLSON. I will be a candidate for the repub lican nomination for sheriff of Mar shall county, subject to the will of the voters at the coming primary election. WALTER H. WILSON. Editor Times-Republican: Please announce my name as a candidate for the republican nomination for sheriff, subject to the wishes of the voters at the republican primary election to be held June 2, 1908. E. T. WORDEN. I have decided to be a candidate for the republican nomination for sheriff of Marshall county, at the primaries to be held June 2. T. C. WEATHERLT. Coroner. I am a candidate for the republican nomination for coroner of Marshall county before the primary election to be held on June 2, 190S. I. H. FRY, M. D. Clerk of Courts. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for clerks of the district court, subject to tho will of republican voters, at the primary election to be held June 2, 1908. W. M. CLARK. I will be a candidate for the repub lican nomination of Marshall county for county clerk at the primary election to be held June 2, 1908. FRANK M. HARADON. County Superintendent. I will be a candidate for the repub lican nomination for county superin tendent of schools at the primary elec tion to be held June 2, 1908. L-r MISS MARY E. HOSTETLER. Editor T.-R.: Please announce that will be a candidate for county su perintendent of schools, subject to the decisions of the republican voters at the primary, June, 2, 1908. EDGAR A. FORD. Auditor. I wish to announce that I am a can didate for auditor of Marshall county, subject to the decision of the republi can voters at the primary election of June 2, 1908. ERASTUS CORNELL. To the Republican voters of Mar shall county: I will be a candidate before the primaries on June 2 next, Both 124 •L- if Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Lace Curtains, for the republican nomination for county auditor. Respectfully, BENJAMIN PACKER County Attorney. Editor Times-Republican Pleas® announce my name as a candidate for the republican nomination for county attorney, subject to the wishes of the voters at the primary election to be held June 2, 1908. C. C. CASWELL. reasurer. I will be a candidate for the repub lican nomination for county treasurer and will submit my name to the pri mary election June 'I. ROBERT W. STEVENS. Mr. S L. Bowen, of Wayne, W. Va., writes: "I was a sufferer from kidney disease, so that at times I could not get out of bod, and when I did I could not stand straight. 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