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FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER
try the following delightful dessert:
%cup English walnut meats.
%doz. figs, cut up fine.
1 10c package JELl.i-0, any flavor.
Dissolve the JEI^Tj-O in a pint of
boiling water. "When cool and Just
commencing to thicken stir in the figs
and nuts. Serve with whipped cream.
Drllcioua The walnuts, figs and
JELL-O can be bought at any good
grocery. This makes enough dessert
for a large family and is very eco
nomical.
Odeon Theatre
BUSBY BROS., Mgrs—Tel. 262X
•V W. A. Tapp, Res. Mgr.
Friday, April 10
l*fhe Students of the Marshalltown nigh
School Present Shakespear's
Merchant of Venice
In an Up-to-Date Style.
GIVEN UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
ANY SEAT IN THEATER 25 CENTS.
Doors Open 7:30 p. m.
Sunday, April 12
THE BEAUTIFUL. SOUTHERN
Ctu COMEDY DRAMA
PRESENTED BY A CAPABLE
COMPANY.
Four ActB With Plenty of Good
Specialties.
•PRICES 15, 25, 35 and 50c.
Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m.
Monday, April 13
ijjp: CHAS. H. YALE'S
Mammoth Musical Spectacle
PAINTING THE TOWN
A Novelty From .Rise of Curtain,
j} Bright, Clever and Clean.
Is
A REAu MUSICAL SURPRISE!.
PRICES 25, .50, .75 and $1.00
Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m.
B1J0U THEATRE
CHANGE PROGRAM THURSDAY
ILLUSTRATED SONGS
JAMES WISE
Chalk Talker.
I BURTON SISTERS
1
Singing and Dancing.
MOVING PICTURES.
Souvenirs Wednesday & Saturday
Matinees.
THE
A
TORIUM
CAUGHT
A DETECTIVE STORY.,.,
Intermittent Alarm Clock
Song
A Big Show for 5 Cents 4
Matinee Saturday Afternoon.
ELITE THEATRE
SHAKESPEAR WRITING
a jEOGIEMAN'S CAVE
'J MAGIC LANTERN
Don't Fail to See It.
ILLUSTRATED SONGS
ADMISSION 5 CENTS.
J. H. JOHNSTON, 1
Aermotor Wind Mills, Pumps, Tanks,
Tripod Steel Towers.
He Can Fix your Pump or Wind Mill
New Phone 616. 603 E. Church
MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA.
Pontiac and
Mier
I
IN BUGGY TYPE.
Cadillac
£so Other Higher Priced Cars.
S for Information and catalog
Yonstrate machines.
HN
HANSON
TAMA, IOWA.
J\
s4
?v •'»}.
(Hws-UepuMinm.
Diamonds, Chamberlain's.
See show at Elite tonight.
Dr. Mairs, 1.0 East Maui street.
Dr. Bullard, osteopath, 28 E. Mala
Air. C. E. Arney, of Albion, was in
tne city today.
I Chickens for your Sunday dinner at
I Voorhies' market.
Mr. S. O. A\ elch, of Union, was in
the city Wednesday.
A very complete line of fresh green
vegetables at Olson's.
Seven bars of Lenox soap 26 cents.
11 North First street.
M. P. Andrews can save you money
on children's jackets.
It costs you nothing to know your
trouble. See Dr. Mairs.
Buttermilk bread from Robertson &
St
rub's has the green label.
Mr. W. J. Hollingsworth, of Bangor,
spent the day in the city on business.
Macaroons, kisses, cream puffs, cup
cakes and cookies at Robertson &
Strubs.
Ladies', misses' and child's tan shoes
and Oxfords, from $1 to $4. Geo.
Trautmann & Co.
Buttermilk bread at the Standard
Bakery, 110 West Main. Look for the
blue diamond label.
New wheels from' $25 to $75 at Hur
ler's. Don't waste time walking. It's
healthy to ride wheels.
The Court of Honor circle will meet
with Mrs. C. A. Landis, 109 Ea»t
'Church street, Friday afternoon.
It is unnatural for a person to ache,
hurt, complain, most of the time. Have
the cause removed. See Dr. Mairs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Greef, of Eldora,
were in the city Wednesday night to
attend "The Lion and the Mouse." it.
Mrs. J. A. Ewing's Sunday school
class will hold an exchange at
Schmidt's hardware store Saturday.
Wear the men's $4 and $5 Burt &
Packard warranted patent leather Bur
rojap shoes. Geo. Trautmann & Co.
If your grocer has not the buttermilk
bread with the green label telephons
your order direct to us. Robertson &
Strub.
Clipping horses every day at Sclieel
er's livery barn. An electric power
clipper. A smooth, first class job
guaranteed.
Banner flour always good. Made
from hard wheat, guaranteed and sold
at a reasonable price. Order it from
your grocer.
Mrs. O. W. Brush wishes to thank
all for the many kind acts and for the
beautiful flowers, during the illness and
death of her daughter, Josephine.
Don't forget the Adams Express
Company's sale of unclaimed packages
Friday and Saturday afternoons, 2
o'clock at old' postoffice building,
Headaches, backaches, as a rule
come from a bad stomach, or constipa
tion. You need something to aid di
gestion and cure the constipation. I
have it. Dr. Mairs.
The Ladies' Aid of the Elim Nor
wegian Lutheran church will serve a
full supper in the basement of the
Swedish Lutheran church between 5
and 8 o'clock Saturday, April 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Van De-r Mide,
of Long Beach, Cal., who have been the
guests of the latter's cousin, Mrs. C. C.
Woodmansee, and family, for two
weeks, left for their home Wednesday
night.
Word from Rochester, Minn., today,
concerning Mrs. J. P. Kirk, is to the
effect that -there Is practically no
change in the patient's condition, but
that if anything she is not so well. The
surgeons have as yet fixed no time for
an operation.
Kimball pianos are an old and relia
ble make and nothing need be said
of their quality. I have opened a store
for their distribution in this section
at 121 East Main street, where you
are invited to call and look them over
and learn what a good piano can be
purchased for. A. J. Morrlsey.
House to house canvassers introduc
ing James S. Kirk & Co.'s famous Jap
Rose Transparent Toilet and Bath
Soap, will very soon call upon the
housewives of- Marshalltown, and vi
,-inity. 'When they call buy a cake of
Jap Rose Soap to be delivered thru
your dealer. Surely you will not tq
gret it.
The Busy Bee circle of the L. O. T.
M. was entertained Wednesday after
noon by Mrs. S. A. Dillon and Mes
danies Allison and Thomas, at the Dil
lon home. 311 West Linn street. For
ty-five were present. After the busi
ness meeting lunch was served, Mrs.
Dilion's little girl sang and recited, and
Mrs. C. \V. Hutson gave a reading.
There is no question about the com
plete success of Charles H. Yale's
'Painting the Town." That was settled
long ago. Thousands and thousands of
the regular theater patrons know it.
is well as the Charles H. Tale Amuse
ment Company, its owners. Reiurn en
gagements are eagerly sought after in
very city it has been played. The rea
on is simple the people want it. It
makes you laiigh and scream. The
scenery, costumes and electrical ef
fects .are the best that money can buy.
Vt the Odeon Monday night, April 13.
Prices 25, 50. 75 cents and $1.
The Organized Charity association
icld Its regular monthly meeting laie
.Vednesday afternoon at the. home of
iiss Jessie Binford. 110 North Second
ivenue. Routine business wan taken
:p, and It was decided to keep tli'
tort-room, In the jnil annex. open
,'i-ry Wednesday morning. Tli W'oiu
n's club has been cailed upon for vo!
nteers to assi:: 'n the distribution
supplies, and provision lias alivad
e'en made for.assistants for the m-x'
:x
/saya 0*14 Medal Flour only.
Vasautp
or -ight weeks. It is hoped to
•.ire enough money this summer
hat the association may have an ager
•v next fall.
NOTE—See
i-or.al N«wt.
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1SS4 Chamberlain 11)08.
Now skirts at Al. 1\ Andrews.
Geo. J. Allen, optical specialist
Dr. Wood, eye, throat, nose, and ear.
Mail's.
oltice in the evening. Dr.
At my
Ask for 'buttermilk
sons & St rub's.
bread at liobort-
Perfection oil, 12 eents a gallon. 11
North First street.
Have your wheel repaired at llub
ier's, 5 West State,
Mr. A. B. Wood, of Union, spent the
day in the city on business.
St. Margaret's mission will meet with
Mrs. Heilshu this evening.
A. B. McCartney cleans wall paper.
Telephone New 115, Old C75-J.
liet ore you buy your new suit see
the new ones at M. F. Andrews.
If you want a high grade Hour at a
mediunj price, ask for Banner Hour.
Simkins & ISstel, luneral directors
and licensed embalmers. 216-1218 East
aln.
The Marshalltown Buggy Co. will
rerubber your buggy wheels. Prices
reasonable.
Rheumatism, neuralgia. Kidney and
liver troubles, can be cured in a short
time. Dr. Mairs.
Trainmaster J. E. McCarthy of the
Ic^wa Central, was in the city this
morning on business.
Save time and energy by riding a
wheel. See I. E. Hubler. 5 West State.
New and second hand wheels.
The original buttermilk bread made
at the Standard Bakery contains the
blue label. 110 West Main.
All kinds of salt and smoked meats
and the choicest of fresh meats at
Voorhies' market, 29 North Center.
Mrs. A. L. Stern has returned from
Winona, Minn., where she has been for
a four weeks' visit with her parents.
Mrs. J. A. Ewing's Sunday school
class will hold an exchange at
Schmidt's hardware store Saturday.
Blood oranges are now on the mar
ket. Sweet, juicy and attractive. Try
them and you will have no others.
Fresh strawberries in quart and
pint boxes, fancy navel oranges. Bald
win apples and pineapples, at Olson's.
Now is the time to buy your Easter
gloves. M. F. Andrews is showing all
the new shades in long, short and me
dium lengths.
The home of John Johnson, 5 West
Boone street, which has been under
quarantine l'or scarlet fever, was re
leased tins morning.
The regular meeting of the Luxerlt
Bible class was enjoyed Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. William
Long, 8 Marion street.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of the Methodist church will
meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. VV.
Sparks, 514 North Third street.
Don't forget the Adams Express
Company's sale of unclaimed packages
Friday and Saturday afternoons, 2
o'clock at old postoffice building.
Mrs. Charles R. Williams and sister,
Miss Olive Brunner, went to State
Center this morning to spend the day
with Mr. Williams' sister, Mrs. Einina
West
The body of John Dolozol. who died
at the county farm, was shipped to the
state university at Iowa City, where it
will be used in the medical college for
scientific purposes.
The first bottle of Kodol is free if it
fails. See the advertised guarantee. If
it does not completely digest all foods.
It does not completely digest all foods,
the druggist returns the money. But
Kodol does not fail.
Sunday night, April 12, the southern
comedy-drama, entitled, "The Slave
Girl." will be the attraction at the Od
eon theater. This is a pretty story of
the Sunny South told in a pleasant
way. Prices 15, 25, 35, and 50 cents.
Hereafter our collector will not call
on patrons who receive their gas and
electric bills thru the mails. Our office
will be open Friday, April 10th, until
9 p. m. No discounts allowed there
after. Marshalltown L. P. & Ry. Co.
On next Wednesday evening a dele
gation of Red Men from Waterloo will
visit Marshalltown, bringing a class o£
pale faces which will be initiated into
the mysteries of wigwam life by the
degree team of Chippewa tribe, No. 40,
of this city.
Mr. M. T. Paulsen, of Hustad, a lec
turer for the National Temperance as
sociation, will speak this evening at
the EHm-Norwegian Lutheran church
in English. There will be no admis
sion to the lecture, which will begin
at 8 o'clock.
The school board of Marshalltown
selected the McDonald-Morrison Rival
low down water closets for the Mar
shalltown schools as the best, as did
also the Des Moines. Cedar Rapids.
Dubuque and Milwaukee school boards
in their respective cities. See Mc
Carten Plumbing Company for their
guarantee oil this closet.
Mrs Fan' Niciiois, formerly of Mi
nerva, a daughter-in-law of Mr. War
ren Nichols, is at St. Thomas hospi
tal, being prepared for an operation
for appendicitis, which will probably to be held June 2.
be performed within a few days, or as
soon as the patient is in the proper
condition. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols, who
formerly lived near Minerva, returned
two months ago from Greeley, where
Mr. Nichols ha
several years. Mr. Nichols expects to
go to Eldora in about ten days, where
Mrs. Nichols and son Lowell will join
him later.
for
ner accordingly made the presentation
••peech accompanying the gift of a sil
er berry puon to theio. The tables
Vere turned, and Mr. and Mrs. W'ass
•lei were al«o presented by Mr. "ous
on behalf of the guests, with a
•»rrv spoon. About fifty were pres
et. and en.i-yed a social evening, dur
'ilch a two-course supper was
served.
Dr. Lierle, glasses fitted.
Mrs. F. L. Laubaeh, ".10 North Sec
ond avenue, was hostess at a social
meeting of the Sunday School Teach
ers' union. Wednesday afternoon. The
ladies took their sewing, and a guess
ing contest was also enjoyed during
the afternoon. The attendance was
good.
'v-
Mrs. W. W. Woods and Mrs. C. F.
Schoenhut were hostesses Wednesday
afternoon to the Ladies' Cemetery Aid
society at the Woods home, 111 South
Second St. A social hour was enjoyed
after the regular business session, and
at 6:30 o'clock the hostesses served
a two-course dinner, at which twenty
four were present.
Mrs. Henry McNeely was hostess to
twenty-five lady and gentlemen friends
Wednesday evening, entertaining at the
Knights of Pythias hall at a dancing
party. The affair was a surprise for
Mr. MeXeelv, in celebration of the an
niversary of his birth. An additional
surprise was the presentation of a
gold mounted uimbrelia to Mr. McNeely.
the presentation being made by Mr. P.
A. Hawley on behalf of the donors.
Mrs. McNeely was assisted in serving
by her daughter, Miss Bessie Mc
Neely.
MARRIED
Center-Anderson.
Mr. Lan Center and Mrs. Ella K.
Anderson, both of Ames, were mar
ried in this city at 2 o'clock this aft
ernoon by Rev. Merle X. Smith. The
ceremony was performed at the home
of the bride's brother, Mr. O. F. Ogel
vie. 509 South Fifth street. The bride's
mother, Mrs. Bertha Hanson, of Ne
vada. was present at the wedding. Mr.
Center is a clerk, and will live at Ames
with his bride.
Important to Paint Users.
Masury's mixed paints, $1.25 a
Ion, at Peter Mayer's.
been in business for I county before the primary election tc
Rev. and Mrs. A. A. to
'ou?cr, who lesu'e today for their new
hurgv. Ced.ir Rapids, and Mr.
Tiim-HqmMttait TOarshalltjxwjiT fflma
See the new goods at Chamberlain's.
Dr. Burkart. osteopath, 302 W. Main.
Swift's premium hams and bacon lor
sale by Olson.
Masury's mixed paints, $1.2.") a gallon,
at Peter Mayer's.
Halibut trout and hulfalo lisli,
strictly tresli caught, at Voorhies' mar
ket, 2!) North Center.
The Tirscah Aid society will meet
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Ida John
son, lt West Alain street.
I'aiicy California primes, a fresh,
nice lot, 10 cents a pound, at Appleby
& W heeler's, Finkle block.
Silk peiin'oats, all colors, lhe best
ever shown in the citv tor the money,
on sale al M. F. Andrews.
Buttermilk bread, the kind you have
always bought, the kind with the green
label, made only by Robertson & Sirub.
Mrs. Frank Lockwood and daughter
Lucile. of Eldora, were in tlio city
Wednesday.
day.
Mrs. A. P. Mason and children of
Union, spent Wednesday in the city
as the guests of .Mrs. Charles S. Car
rut hers.
Dr. E. G. Leffler has gone to Dewey.
Okla., called by the illness of Mrs.
Leffler's sister, Mrs. Beatty, who Is
very ill.
Tone up your nervous system, get the
glandular system to working. You
will sleep better, feel better, eat bet
ter, and be better. Dr. Mairs.
If you are looking for "good tilings
to eat" for your Sunday dinner, drop
in at Olson's and take a look at his
window, a regular green house.
Mrs. M. C. Hurlbut wiH entertain
the Ladies' Aid society of the Chris
tian church at her home. 804 West
Boone street, Friday aifternoon.
When you want good clean coal for
your range, call up the South Side
Coal Company, 'phone 94 .and ask for
Illinois Nut. It will give you best serv
ice for the money.
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Austin. Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Humoston. Mr. and Mrs.
•Cady Lawrence, and Mrs. Will Corfe,
all of Union, were in the city Wednes
day night to witness "The Lion and
the Mouse."
Between 250 and I!00 people enjoyed
a social gathering given by Chippewa
tribe for their members and families
at the Red Men's hall Wednesday
night. Dancing was the principal fea
ture of the entertainment, and a lunch
was served.
gal-
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 II. 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. WOHDEN.
I have decided to be a candidate foi
the republican nomination for sheriff
of Marshall county, at the primaries
T. C. WEATHERLY.
Coroner.
I am a candidate for the republican
nomination for coroner of Marshall
be held on June 2, lflOS.
I. II. FRY, M. D.
About fifty members of the First
United Evangelical church, and other
'riends. participated in a double sur
prise Wednesday eveneing at home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wassmer, 114
\nson street. Altho it was the silver will be a candidate for the repub
inniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wassmer, Mean nomination of Marshall county
lie host ami hostess believed the af- for county clerk at the primary electior
•'air to be
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 Juni
2, 1908. W. M. CLARK.
In
held .Tune 2. 1908.
FRANK M. IIARADON.
County Superintendent.
I will be a candidate for the reptib
lican nomination for county superin
tendent of schools at the primary elec
tion to be held June 2, 190S.
MISS MARV E. HoSTETLER.
Editor T.-R.: Please announce tha:
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.
I wish to announce that I am a can
didate lor auditor of Marshall county,
subject to the decision of the republi
can voters at the primary election ot
June 2, 1!»0S. ERASTl'S CORNELL.
To the Republican voters of Mar
shall county: 1 will lie a candidate
before the primaries on June next,
for the republican nominal ion for
eotinlv auditor. Respectfully,
BENJAMIN PACKER.
County Attorney.
Editor Times-Republican: Please
announce niv name as a candidate lor
the republican nomination for countv
attorney,
voters at
•uibjecl to the wishes ot the
the ipi'iinary election to be
held Juno 2, .190!.
C. C. CASWELL.
reasurer.
I will be a candidate for the repub
lican nomination tor county treasurer
and will submit my name to the pri
mary election June 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.
COUNTY AFFAIRS.
Proceedings of the Board of Supervis
ors of Marshall County, Iowa, March
Session, 1908. !•.. 3'
Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1908.
The board of supervisors of Mar
shall county met as per adjournment
at 9:30 a. m. present, Ellas Bueghly,
N. O. Keen and E. B. Emes the min
utes of September IS, 1907, were
amended to show that the drainage
bond of Henry German and Robert
Buschbom was filed and approved:
Martin Reese and attorney appeared
and protested against the establish
ment of Marshall drainage district
No. 3, as proposed by the engineer.
The engineer was instructed to make
a resurvey of said district and re
port on the advisability of extending
the ditch and taking in additional ter
ritory. Further consideration of liie
matter was postponed to Mar-.-h 5,
1908.
The awarding of the contracts for
ERASTL'S CORNELL. Clerk.
ELIAS BUEGHLY. Chairman.
Saturday, Feb. 29, 190S.
The board of supervisors of Mar
shall county met in joint session with
the board of supervisors of Story
county at II a. 111., in the supervisor's
office at Marshalltown: a new bond
being Hied by Theo Dangertield, con
tractor in the Marshall and Story
drainage ditch, it was accepted and the
contractor instructed to begin work
within 60 days.
Adjourned to meet at Nevada, la.,
at the call of the chairman of the
joint board.
ERASTtTS CORNELL, Sec'y.
J. O. MICHAELSON, Chairman.
Monday, March 2.
The hoard of supervisors met pur
suant to adjournment at. 10 a. m.:
present. Elias Bueghly. N. O. Keen
and E. B. Emes. The bids of C. A.
Buehwald for lumber and cement were
accepted. Examination of claims
against the county occupied the re-
fl
SPRING SHOWING
A complete line of Hats to match
your suit
First National Bank Building
MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
mainder of the day. Adjourned to
Tuesday.
Tuesday, March 3.
The board convened as per adjourn
ment at 9:30 a. 111. all members be
ing present t.lie day was spent in ex
amining claims against the county.
Adjourned to Wednesday.
Wednesday, March 4.
The board net as per adjournment
at 10 a. 111., all members present. Bills
allowed were read and on motion, the
county auditor was authorized to
draw warrants for their payments. An
allowance of per month was made
to Solomon Lane. A petition was pre
sented, asking that the board remit
the taxes of J. H. H. Frisbie on mo
tion. the request was granted.
On motion the county auditor
was authorized to redeem from the
1907 tax sale the property of S. F.
Manshlp, a poor person.
Taxes were remitted for the follow
ing persons: S. F. Manship. Mrs. E. II.
Burger. S. M. Denbovv. Libbie Tot
man, F. M. Gard, Fred P'olger, Bet
sy Erickson and Christine. Johnson.
On motion, the sum of $76.84 was or
dered set aside to provide for tlio bur
ial at LeGrand, of Lucina Richards,
now an inmate of the county farm.
Fire insurance policies of $2,500 each
were accepted from the following com
panies:
Hanover Fire Insurance Co.
Insurance Company of North ,Am
erica.
German Atlantic Company.
Franklln Fir. Insurance Company.
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Milwaukee Mechanics Co.
Girard Fire and Marine Insurance
Company.
City of New York Insurance Com
pany. i^rWr¥'0
Home Insurance Company. .•
Adjourned to Thursday.
Thursday, March 5.
The hoard convened as per adjourn
ment at 9:30 a. ni.. all members being
present. The county attorney was In
structed to obtain a written statement
from Ed Helln, waiving claims for
damages in tlio Marshall Drainage
Ditch No. 3, and further consideration
of the case was postponed to 10 a. m.,
Tuesday, March 10.
Adjourned to March 10.
E Ft A
ST CS CORNELL,
Clerk. ELIAS BUEGHLY.
Chairman.
Tuesday. March 10.
The board of supervisors convened
as per adjournment at 10:30 a. m.. all
members being present. A communi-
ltimber and cement was postponed to cation from Ed Helln was receiver! I
March 2. Adjourned to March 2. which he relinquished claims for
ages in the Marshall No. 3 Drainage
Ditch case. The engineer offered a re
port on re-survey, etc.
On motion the various reports, plans,
etc., of the engineer were accepted and
the auditor was directed to serve no
tices on the persons affected by the ad
ditional reports, further consideration
being postponed to April 9. Adjourn
ment to April 9.
Elias Bueghly, 7 days, 112 miles,
$33.60.
N. O. Keen, 7 days, 80 miles, $32.
E. B. Emes, 7 days. 8 miles, $28.40.
CASTOR IA
Tor Infants and Children.
ffio Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
This Is Undoubtedly a
Brown Season
N choosing your Easter Suit re
member your fancy will have
a wider range at PAINTER'S
than at any other clothing store in
Marshall county. By all means see
the new tiger stripe browns the fad
of the minute also pencil stripes in
gray, camel: drab or conventional
black and blue suits. PAINTER'S
styles are authenic, absolutely cor
rect and very essential not one but
many of the best makes in America
represented in our
ODEON THE
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TRE
EIUSBY BROS., Owners and Managers—Tel. 262X
W. A. TAPP, Resident Manager
Sunday, April 12
The Romantic Southern Comedy
Drama
THE SLAVE,
GIRL
IN FOUR 4CTS ,v
5
Plenty of Specialties and Good Wholesome Fun
Prices, 15, 25,35 and 50 Cts
Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m.
THE RIGHT SUIT
v' -1 CLOTHES THAT SATISFY'
MARSHALLTOWN, X-
THE ONLY DEALERS
Who are not Selling Our
Are the dealers who do not handle
them.
Court Royal Cigars are Known
more widely and called for oftener
than any other 5c cigar in the city.
Court Royal is the one 5c cigar that
no progressive dealer can afford to
be without.
EXERCISE the same care in se­
lecting your Spring Suib that you
would in buying a house—you
live in both.
There's no excuse for a man
looking baggy at the knees or
wearing a coat that sags at the
collar, and drags forlornly down
^in front.
If you buy clothes here-5-
It Won't Happen To You!
We illustrate today our new
three button sack—showing what
your clothes will be like, if you
buy them where clothes making
is considered an art and not a
trade.
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a Suits at $10.00, $15.00, $20.00,
$25.00.
After you have bought a Suit here a'nd worn it awhile, you'll be
just as well satisfied with it as when you first put it on. Money back,
if anything goes wrong.
E. H. KELLER
IOWA
At
We Supply the Trade
Cigars of Quality
MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
NOTICE. Postal money orders and
stamps of all denomination may now be had
at our store, as the Postal Sub-Station No. 3,
has now been installed.
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