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•i O at re BUSBY BROS., Mgra—Tel. 262X |tf» W. A. Tapp, Res. Mgr. Under the Auspices of Tjh« Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A, A Real Union Depot Scene ,\|^ith the All the Funny Situations One is Apt to Encounter in Any Large City. Sunday, April 5 CHARLES H. YALE'S Extraordinary and Everlasting Devil's Auction Large Company and Immense Scenic Equipment, Carrying an Entire ,• $• Car Load. PRICES 25, .50, .75 and $1.00 Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m. Monday, April 6 The Celebrated Violin Virtuoso MacMillan In a Superb Program of Pleasing Numbers. "•LOCAL DIRKOTION I Hosford Plowe. PRICES 50, .75, $1.00 and $1.50 Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m. Wednesday, April 8 The Greatest American Dramatic Success of the Age. THE LION I' V" —AND— THE. MOUSE Same Cast and Production Seen Here »_ Last Season. PRICES 50, .75, $1.00 and $1.50 Seats on Sale Tuesday 10 a. m. BIJOU THEATRE Moving Pictures Majestic Quartette ," Mr. and Mrs. Maher Singing—Comedy .: Illustrated Song Moving Pictures Souvenirs Given Saturday THE A TORIUM A PAINLESS EXTRACTION. A WET DAY "«7. MESMERIST |lf| SONG A Big Show for 5 Cents Matinee Saturday Afternoon. ELITE THEATRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM FANCISCO Dl RIMININI NEW ILLUSTRATED SONGS Don't Fail to See This Show ADMISSION 5 CENTS. MATINEE SATURDAY He take no sleep, drink no tea, He teaches Jap !/.V He figiitee he. The Japs seem anxious to get a foot hold in China, and there's no telling when the two powers will clash. We're determined that our cigar trade will not diminish any if we can possibly prevent it. Our position of being one of the most SI. 7 progressive cigar rnrnrrns in tin- city is being stinngly fortiti.-d l,v tin- high character of tli* brands manufactured for. and bold by us exi-lusiwly. Win not try our imperials at 5 ienis? -.PUT up iri boxes of 50 at Sl'.uO. COOK'S CIGAR STORE Barber $hop, Bowling Alleys, Billiard and Pool Parlors The City in Brief Frank— i' (Jootl show at Elite tonight. Geo. J. Allen, optical specialist. Use Ferndell coffees from Olson's. Don't miss is-^-Unloti Depot, tonight. Dr. Bullard, osteopath. 28 E. Alain Dance at Forney's hall Saturday ev ening. Carl makes a specialty of ladies' $X Oxfords. Fresh ripe strawberries at Reynolds & Sheldon's. Masury's mixed paints, $1.25 a gallon, at Peter Mayer's. Mr. B. AV. Sinclair was in Ames to day on business. Mr. \V. R. Adams, of Liscomb, spent the day in the city. See us about Hour and sugar before buying. Kendall Si West. Elk chocolates, always fresh. Wheel er & Hoag. sole agents -Blackhawk oranges -from 15 to 35 cents. Kendall & West. .Visit the Palace pool room, North 'First avenue. Geo. Miller. Stop in at Olson's tomorrow and get a good cup of Ferndell coffee. Roasted peanuts at 10 cents per pound at Reynolds & Sheldon's. Ask for Tycoon tea at Will Miller' for your next order. The best tea. A full line of fresh and green vego tables for Saturday trade at Olson's, I am again in situation to make per cent real estate: loans. Wm. Bat tin. Everybody is invited to have a cup of Ferndell coffee with Olson, tomor row. Go to Geo. Miller's, No. 24 North First avenue, for your roast beef sand wiches. -J.\ We carry the celebrated line of Blackhawk coffees at all prices. Ken dall & West. The ladies of the Christian church will hold an exchange at Sinclair's store tomorrow. IL will cost you nothing to tiinl out if 1 understand jour case. .Consulta tion free. Dr. Mairs. F. A. Milard, representing the Chi cago Lyceum bureau, was in the city this morning on business. Ex-Judge Ben McCoy of Oskaloosa ar rived in the city this morning to re main indefinitely on business. Buy good things for your Sunday pinner at the Presbyterian ladies' ex change, at Peckham's Saturday. The home of A. B. Morris, 307 North Fifth avenue, was 'quarantined Thurs day evening for scarlet fever. Mr. Mor lis is sick. Plenty of red, yellow and white on ion sets. Also northern grown Ohio seed potatoes at Culley's, 10-12 South First avenue. 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. Everybody invited to visit Gard's store opening day, tomorrow. Every !ady gets a souvenir and an opportuni ty to win one of the four big prizes. For Saturday we offer cream puffs, macaroons, kisses, plain rolls, sweet rolls, fried cakes, all kinds of cookies, Buttermilk bread. Robertson & Strub. If you have any kind of a proposition to put before the people use the T.-R. Everybody reads the want ads. There is something there to interest them. Answer the want ads. I have a. new remedy that will re lieve rheumatism, neuralgia, gout, in one application, and will cure any rdinary case in a few days. Dr. .Mairs, 120 East Main. "The Musical Hoyles" of New York City, accompanied by a reader of un usual ability, will give their program "n the Eagles' hall Friday evening at 8 'clock. Tickets at Ingledue & Young. Seven boys of the Railroad Y. M. O. •.., in charge of George Herschel, went Tama this morning to take in the jilts of the Indian- reservation. The l.oys took lunch with them, and spent fhe day on the reservation. We have the McDonald-Morrison Rival low down closet with the enam eled iron tank: no linings to leak nor unsightly cracks like you find in the inferior grades of wood tanks. See us about our guarantee 011 this closet. McCarten Plumbing Company. The S'^-jWSW'jf'jp iff**' •,Tr. l")r. Lierle—Eye and ear. The funeral of J. E. Outland, the aired LeGrand man. who dropped dead in the union station Tuesday after- enjoyable one, and the evening was noon, was held fr.nn the Friends church spent socially. in LfGrand Thursdav afternoon, and! \v.i« very largely attended by the as any of the great living violinists. I anrl that he is a plaver of exceptional merit is evidenced bv the great en- ihusiasm he ha., created thruout the Country during his tours this .and last include lt5l concerts. He is now well :, the century m-»rk. Prices $1.50, and 50 cents. Every Woman in This Vicinity Will i»t« H:n1 ]:ii that lot ui £iK*urs Ir-vi- in tl( Don't fail, See Elite tonight. Tonight a.t Odeon—Union Depot. (Jet your wants ads in early tomor row. C. E. Arney, of Albion, spent the day in the city. Have a good laugh at Odeon tonight —Union Depot. Mr. J. R. Meekins, of Liscomb, was in the city today. Roast beef. Hamburger and wienncr sandwiches, at Miller's. See us about flour and sugar before buying. Kendall & West. Try Elk chocolates. They are best. Wheeler & Hoag, sole agents. At'my office in the evening. Dr. Mairs, 120 East Main street. Olson will serve Ferndell coffee Sat urday. Come in and try a cup. Mr. L. H. Smith, of Liscomb, spent the day in the city on business. Save your face by using a Gillette safety razor. At the Hull Company's. Fresh beets, turnips, tomatoes, rad ishes, lettuce and onions, at Reynolds & Sheldon's. Spring is here and you want some fresh vegetables. Culley has the big gest assortment. Mrs. T. C. CI egg and little son went to Toledo this morning to remain for a -short visit with relatives. Head lettuce, round radishes, green onions, tomatoes, new beets, cauliflow er and Florida celery at Olson's. The Gillette safety razor is the standard. A pleasure to shave with one. For sale at Hull Company. A fresh lot of coffee, a little better than an tiling you can get for the money elsewhere, at Will Aliller's.^" Dr. Cora Williams, diseases of worn rn and obstetrics. Office over Fidelity bank. Hours 10-12 a. m„ 1-4 p. m. See us for (ire, lightning and tor nado insurance. Van Orman & Van Oruian, over 116 West Main street. There must be a reason why people who buy shoes at Carl's shoe store once become regular customers. Can you guess it? "The Musical Hoyles," a company of artists, will entertain Friday evening in the Eagle's hail. Tickets at Ingle due & Young's. Burt & Packard men's tine shoes, tan and black patent leather shoes guar anteed. Call and see- them. George Trautniann & Co. Air. and Mrs. W. H. Reasonor, of Minneapolis, are in the city as the guests of Mr. and .Mrs. R. B. Keasoner, HI West Grant street. Visit the Gard store Saturday. For mal opening and reception. Four prizes, worth over $100, for the ladies. A sou venir for every lady. Tycoon teas are famous for their quality, a reputation that is world wide and built upon quality. Will Mil ler, sole agent in Marshalltown. Look for the little blue diamond la bel on buttermilk bread. It's your guarantee of quality. Made at the Standard Bakery, 110 West Main. Culley has all kinds of sweet pickles in bulk, also pickled white onions, Heinz chow chow and sweet relish, large Queen olives, stuffed olives and dills in bulk. If you have a room to rent, let peo ple know it. The way is thru a T.-R. want ad. Ninety-five per cent of the homes in Marshalltown receive the T. R. every evening. 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 our factory. Marshall Vinegar Company. Do your baking by telephone. Just call new phone 333, or old phone I'liX and you can get anything you want made of flour. Be sure to ask for but termilk bread with the little blue dia mond label. See Gard's window and be sure to attend the opening at Gard's tomor row. Every lady gets a souvenir and a chance to 'win the Hawkeye kitchen cabinet, Sanitarie Gold bed, box spring mattress or handsome rocker. Music. A meeting of the executive commit tee of the Marshall County Fair as sociation will be held at the office of Secretary W. M. Clark Saturday aft ernoon at 1 o'clock. The work of re vising the premium list of next fall's fair is to be continued. W* have the McDonald-Morrison Rival low down closet with the enam eled iron tank no linings to leak nor unsightly cracks like you find in the inferior grades of wood tanks. See us about our guarantee on this closet. McCarten Plumbing Company. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gilbert, 418 North Fifth street, were host and host ess Friday evening to a dozen friends at a duck dinner, Mr. Gilbert having returned from a hunting trip a day or so ago. The occasion was a very The bod oI JTr*- n'^jrhburs and friends of the deceased died in Pasadena, a!., accom nml family. Tlv body was buried in Par»'ed by her son, Dr the LeGrand cemetery. rived in Uie with who ,s »°'her, ers at rtinner North ourt 'K-PI hV1 a vnr- now ivady t'i us,, preparation in iln icli*?s for lnuKing' I* mon. choi'olat'1 and Papp^ custard rjirs. By purchasing aud pre- in tiii paring the choicest pie ingredients in Thursday evenin.K.^and spent the day larjte q.iantities the manufacturers are here ai the ahlc 10 I •r satisfactory f*I product for ewry- m*s.« hi r-nk*- *ity sin^f hp i*»ft Mar TREM0NT BLOCK 22 WEST MAIN 1 io nauiv tl«r low prit- of i- iu-t-n Mam ''ity on^iili sp**r •f is for a |»:\ekagT which Jiiak«s ialwi- r'p:irdinK inipaiivil hoai'insj. -Mr. iWo I:irfi«- pics. A vory fcnnojnic.Ml and Holdcs has lx »-n in th** clothing hii*!- body. .. .. shalHowiv Sarah Fullmer, Burt Fullmer. of Los Angeles, arrived in the city early this morning. The funeral will nnouncement that Mr. Francis be iheld at the Seventh Day Adventist ti.Miillen is to play at the Odeon church, corner SevenLh and Church cheaper Monday nig.hi April 6. his been streets, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. receive:! with no end of enthusiasm by lovers of music in this eitv. Mac-mil- Messrs. Carroll and Olive Kirk ar leii is perhaps known equally as well cit' Iovva Thursday night from CMt-v- and vviU be here over Sun their mother, Mrs. J. P. Kirk, st°Pl,in& at Kirk ,s at ison. He is Just now nearing the *he Rock Island at Shawnee, Okla. nd of one of the most remarkable he lad.ie.s~of -a'bridge club enter tours of the history of music in Amer- tained their husbands and a few oth- His complete tour of 1907-08 will Thursday evening at the !l0me of Mr aml Mrs Hof)d 405 street. Th evening was enjoyed with cards. Ouests present from out of town were Miss Blanche Yoiingf. of .Minneapolis, and Miss Par sons, of I'-s .VIoine. Mr. I'VeiI |j tliles. 'f Lake I'itv, a n-pliew of Mr. llr-nry Kippf. and fir sev.-r.il years connected with the l-Sros. and li.-nry Pappc sl.u'es eiiy. arrived from Iowa _'!tv HA V. IL-S The regular meeting of the Witen agemote club was enjoyed Thursday afternoon with Mrs. W. S. McBridc, at the A. L. Frazer home Mrs. Charles Allen of Cedar Rapids, accompanied by her baby son Charles Henry, arrived in the city Thursday evening, and will remain for a visit of a week or two at the home of her un cle, Mr. Charles H. Whitehead. Mr. Al len is preparing to go to Sioux City from Cedar Rapids, to enter the employ of a Chicago publishing house, and .Mrs. Allen and son will join him ther at the completion of their visit. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead are also enterain ing two other nieces, the Misses Mabel and Hortense Parsons, of Des Moines, who will remain over Sunday. Chas. H. Yale's "Devil's Auction" Co, Altho traveling under the same name as that whicii it has been known for almost a generation, The Devil's Auc tion" whicii will play an engagement, at the Odeon theater, Sunday night, April 5, is practically a new produe tion, and furnishes even more fun for the crowded houses which welcome it than it did a decade ago. Of all the old. reliable pieces "The Devil's Auction" alone retains its pris tine popularity. "Evangeline" is gone: "The Black Crook has passed into the far beyond: "Eight Bells" still remains, 'tis true, but "The Devil's Auction" holds its own. Provided with new scenery and ac cessories and equipped with a capital company, the rare old spectacular piece comes into its own again, and the lightning change scenic effects and rapid Are. individual action are main tained without a falter. A comely chorus supplements the efforts of the principals, and tuneful music abounds tliruout the produc tion. Familiar by name. "The Volcano of Hades," spouts forth flames, and the transformation into the Realms of Mephisto is accomplished with a smoothness that preclude suspicion of rustiness. The Magic Picture Gallery keeps the audience in a gale of laugh ter, and the "Feast of Lanterns" In troduces Fraulein Prager as premiere danseuse with a capital corps de ballet. The plot of the piece Is familiar to all, dealing with the struggle between the powers of Mephisto, the evil one, and Chrystaline, the fairy protectoress, thru which the love affairs of Carlos. I the shepherd, and Madeline, the Flem isli farmer's daughter, are intertwined.! The good, of course, triumphs and Mephisto and Ms minions are put to confusion. Every opportunity *s given for amaz ing and interesting cenic effects and full advantage is taken thereof, while the antics of Toby, the donkey add still further to the amusement. The honors of the play are evenly divided between the members of a well Present with her balanced company, Mrs. Mary Whealen. Clive ^d such well-known th.spians as, Present district storekeeper Oeorere M. Topack. Miss Maud Scott. Timss-llqmMvtmT, TOcirahHftttrwm ftrurs, Rink open tomorrow night. All aboard for Union De.poi, tonight. Dr. Wood, eye, throat, nose, and ear. Dance at Forney's hall Saturday ev ening. Gillette safety razors at the Hull store. Mrs. F. F. Patterson, of (Iilman, •spent Thursday in the city. Mr. F. K. Knsminger, of Oilman, was in the city today. Some new things In baked goods at Culley's. See thi display. If you wish to buy a. strong spring wagon, call at the MarshalHown Buggy Works. Try a want ad tomorrow. If you've 'anything to sell, trade or rent. Only cent a word. Second-hand spring wagon with two seats for sale. $15. Marshalltown Buggy Company. Sweet pea and nasturtium seed in bulk, and small garden seeds in pack age, at 2 for 5 cents, at Culley's. There is practically no change to day in the condition of John Herg. who is sick at the soldiers' home hospital. Mrs. Roy Clark. Ill street, was hostess Thursday after noon to a pleasant meeting of he Ex celsior Aid society. Dr. J. F. Buttin has lented the Judge Caswell properly. H0!» South Sixth street, into which lie has moved his family. Special for Saturday—chicken pie. order in early. Standard Bakery. 110 West Main. New phone 333, old -17-X. Eat the Buttermilk bread from Robertson & Strub's bakery, then you know il is right. Ask your grocer for il, and if you don't get it telephone us. Both phones. Mrs. F. A~Glllet*e. 1M0~ North First avenue, assisted by Mrs. ICrastus Cor nell and Mrs. Minta Collins, were host esses to a pleasant meeting of the La dies' auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A., Thursday afternoon. During the so cial hour dainty refreshments were served. The members of Frank M. Thomas post. No. 94, G. A. R.. are planning an evening's entertainment for Monday, April 6. at the post headquarters in the east court room. The members of the W. R. C. and their famlies are to be tiie guests of honor. The program will begin promptly at 7:30. Dr. and Mrs. F. S. ilynds entertained a small company of friends at fi:30 o'clock dinner Thursday evening, com plimentary to Mrs. F. M. Legg. of Springfield, III., Mr. and Mrs. \\". E. Newnam, of Matehualo, Mex.. and Mrs. F. W. Hargrave. of Cedar Rapids. Fol lowing dinner, the evening was en joyed with caa'ds. in which are In- W. H. Lorella. Miss Alma Merrill, "W. C. Newman. Miss Violet Hilson and I Miss Emma Prager. Prices 25, 50, 75 cents and $1. If coffee causes dizzi ness, quit and drink POSTUM In place of Coffee, and "THERE'S A REASON" Head "The Roail to VVellville," in pkgs. -v*-„ r.*e f1 1 us President ol' (Jreen Mountain Savings Hank Furnishes Lon'- JJoped-For LSonds AGGREGATE IS SUM OF $5,000 Wallace and Verne Benjamin, Promi nent Real Estate Man and Attorney of Council Bluffs, Become Surety on the Bonds Mac Diarmid Leaves for Omaha at 5:30. Dr. Stuart B. Mac Diarmid, who has North Third I been in jail here since the night of February 1M, when lie was arrested tor intentional fraud in conducting a. savings bank, was released from jail this afternoon on bond aggregating 1908. $-3,000. The bond, whicii was approved by the court, was tiled with tho clerk I late tilis afternoon, and Mac Diarmid's release was immediately forthcoming. The bonds furnished are three in number, two for ?L',0UU each, and one for $1,000. Wallace and Verne Beti- We will try to have enough to supply jamin, of Council liluffs, are the sure- lican nomination for county superin the demand, bill you should get your lks Wallace Betuamin is a i.roiuin- tentlent of schools at the primary elec tion to lie held June L\ 1908. Befijamin is a proniin em real estate man of the Bluffs, and Verne Benjamin is an attorney. Both I have offices in the First National bank building. Dr. Mac Diarmid leaves for Omaha! at 5:30 Uiis evening. REGRETS THE PUBLICITY. Miss Flannagan Again Denies That She Was Engaged to Stevens. Miss iOsiher Flannagan, of Haver- •there. .had among his effects a lapsed farm for a short time last fail during corn-picking season. hill, regrets exceedingly that any pub-I subject to the decision of the republi licity has been given the story from can voters at the primary election of Mason City, to the effect that George .June 2, 1908. EEASTtJS CORNELL. Stevens, t.he young man murdered insurance poliev for $1,000, made pay- county: 1 will be a. candidate able to Miss Flannagan. tho primaries on Juno 2 next. Miss Flannagan again denies, and *°or *'10 republican nomination for most emphatically, the sta'temenr sent George Hannagan. Miss Kl.annagan's brother, say? that at on« timo he held as collateral for a loan the policy that he supposes was found in Stevens' ef fects, and at that time his sister's name was not mentioned as a beneti ci.evry. As there was no way for the authorities at Mason City to know of Miss Flannagan excepting thru thc document in question, it is presumed that Stevens later assigned the policy to Miss Flannagan. For Spring. Black and tan Queen Quality makes, no better, button lace and ox ford, at G. TRAUTMANN & CO'S. Special for Saturday. I will offer my entire line of 50 a.nd 75 cent belts for 39 cents on Satur day only. .. MAG count out from Mason City, to the effect that BLNJAMIN PACKER, she was the affianced wife (if Stevens. She hardly knew the man, further than he was employed on the Flannagan ANNOUNCEMENTS. "V' Sheriff. will lie a candidate for the repub lican nomination for sheriff of Marshall county at the primary election .Tune :!nd. A A. NICHOLSON. I will be a candidate for the repub lican nomination for sheriff of Mar shall count v. snli.ieet to the will of tho voLers at the coir ins primary election. at 0rnt Vi ie ORLANDO BAXTER. Supervisor Elias Bueghley. of Lis comb, was in the city todaj.' Oranges are prescribed by physi cians (or their ionic value—as an aid to digestion, and because of their larrtive action, they Rtvc balance to any meal. California Navel* Oranges are Seedless Where Good Oranges Grow The best oranges in the world are scien tifically grown in California under ideal climatic conditions. The pick of the best groves the bulk of the total crop, is mar keted by the California Fruit Growers Exchange. Their trade-mark appears on every box they pack as shown below. It means your protection. It enables you to choose the best. The tree-ripened, luscious, hand-picked and wrapped golden fruit—cleaned, sorted and selected. No other so good. ODEON THEATRE BUSBY BROS., Owners and Managers—Tel. 262X W. A. TAPP, Resident Manager HAENSEL AND JONES OF NEW YORK PRESENT America's Greatest Violin Virtuoso In a Superb Program of Pleasing Numbers, ASSISTED BY Mme. Rosina V(in Dykand Herr Richard Hageman Prima Donna Soprano (Berlin The Celebrated Dutch Pianist and Amsterdam Royal Operas Reserved Seats: $1.50, $1.00 and 75c, Gallery 50o. Exchange Sale for Advance Subscription Tickets opens Friday April 3, At 10 a. m. j. •. Regular Sale Opens Saturday at 10 a. m. Local Direction: HOSFORD PLOWE. PIANO USED FROM EADIE WARD COMPANY.* »$•"! 2 c~t sS ft -V 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, I90.S. 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 T. C. WEATHERLY. Coroner. am a candidate for the republican nomination for coroner of Marshall county before the primary election to be held on June 2, 1908. [. H. FRY, M, D. Clerk of Courts. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for clerks of the district court, subject to the will of republican voters, at the primary election to be held June 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. 190S. FRANK M. HARADON. County Superintendent. I will be a candidate for the repub- MISS MARY E. HOSTETLER. Editor T.-R.: Please announce that I 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. subject to the wishes of the fprs ,,t thc primal ectlon to be jj June 190$ 1 C. C. CASWELL. Treasurer. will be a candidate for the repub lican nomination for county treasurer and will submit my name to the pri mary election J.ine 2. ROBERT W. STEVENS. County Recorder. I will be a candidate for the repub lican nomination for county recorder before the primary election to be held June 2. MINNIE E. ALLEN. USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, A powder to be shaken into the shoes. Your feet feel swollen, nervous arid damp, and get tired easily. If you have aching feet, try Alien's Foot-Ease. It rests the feet and makes new or tight shoes easy. Cures aching, swollen, sweating feet, blisters aud callous spots. Kelleves Chilblains, corns and bunions of :i II pain and gives rest and comfort. Try it touay. Sold by all Druggists and Shoe Stores. 2.V. Don't accept any sub stitute. Trial pickage FREE. Address. Allen Olmstcail, l,o Hoy, N. Y. V',v,v^ -"i I wish to announce that I am a can didate for auditor of Marshall county, To the Republican voters of Mar- auditor. Respectfully,^ Count:y Attorney. fe Editor Times-Republican: Please announce my name as a candidate for Ulfl r01Jul ,, ican num ination for county YTRAOOOn CLOTHES FOR BOYS Ederheimer, Stein & Co. Makers 1 le -J* sj K* v.- AKE a list in your mind of all the good qualities you j,t want to find in the boys' clothing you buy. Then come here and get more than you thought of—in an) X1RAGQ°.D suit. Good as it can be, stylish as it should be, lower priced1 than it ought to be.- 1 Sailor, Junior and Russian suits in many variations of style and fabric. Carefully tailored and trimmed. Also a large show ing of Norfoiks and double-breasted suits. «. fi fb-. v.- Henry Pappe Tvhe Re pI e' Choice l* PREFERENCE I S S MADE TO MAKE HEAT That in a nutshell is the sole idea embodied in the construction of the GREAT WESTERN HOT WATER HEATER. The coal capacity of its large fire pot makes easy the producing of much heat from little fuel. The height of its heat combustion cham ber insures the utilizing of every atom of heat the fuel used will produce. The fuel burned is entirely surrounded by water which guarantees the converting of all the fuel heat into water heat which is the heat that warms the home. Estimates and information furnished on request. -MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA •m 1 1. GREAT WESTERN HEATER CO.