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©mes%pttfUauL Franklin cigars. Ask for Buhner flour. Rink open tomorrow night Dr. Mairs, 120 Eiast Main street. Dr. Bullard, osteopath, 28 B. Mala Masury"s mixed paints, $1.25 a gallon, at Peter Mayer's. Several loads of good kindling for Bale. George Olson. Mrs. Batson. of~St. Anthony, visited in the city Thursday. Mr. Burr BTaoiTburn, of demons, was. in the city Thursday. Shelled nuts, raisins and dried fruit at Reynolds & Sheldon's. Try Culley's fresh meats. A now meat cutter in my market. Mrs. James T. Elder, of Oskaloosa, spent Thursday in the city. Buttermilk bread from Robertson & Strub's has the green label. 'Try Elk chocolates. They are best. Wheeler & Hoag, sole agents. Mrs. William White and daughter, of demons, spent Thursday in the city. I am again in situation to make 5 per cent real, estate loans. Wm. Bat tin. Dr. Wolever, veterinary and sur geon. Office at the Tom Rocky barn. New phone 216. Ladies', misses' and child's tan shoes and Oxfords, from $1 to $4. Geo. Trautmann & Co. Rheumatism, neuralgia, Kidney and iiver troubles, can be cured in a short ime. Dr. Mairs. The auxiliary to the B. of h. E. will \hold an exchange Saturday, April 11, A at Good's grocery. Ice cream and cake for a penny at the penny social Saturday evening at 'the Congregational church. Suits blue, black and brown, the best $12 suit on the market. Have you seen them at M. F. Andrews. Save time and energy by riding a wheel. See I. E. Hubler, 5 West State. New and second hand wheels. 3 if your grocer has not the buttermilk oread with the green label telephone four order direct to us. Robertson & Strub. Mrs. Ella Brock and daughter, Mrs. •Will Partridge, returned Thursday svening from a few days' visit at Tama. Tone up your nervous system, get the rglandular system to working. You will sleep better, feel better, eat bet to,, and-be better. Dr. Mairs Buttermilk bread, just as good as ever, and better if that's possible. LOok tor the blue diamond label. Standard Bakery, 110 West Main. Both phones. Look over our lace curtains, drapes and portiers and be convinced that our prices are a little better than else where, quality considered. Marion Sard. Mrs. Elizabeth Miller was in Des Moines Thursday on business in con nection with the Iowa children's home for which she is secretary of the local board. We have fancy strawberries, toma toes, spinach, beets, carrots, turnips, and in fact everything in good fresli groceries. We strive to please. Peck ham. Grocery Co. 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. New goods are here, such as belt pins, hat pins, fobs, stickpins, brooches, lockets and chains. Remember Hell berg's is always the most up-to-date in the jewelry line. 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 Slave Girl" is to be the at traction at the Odeon theater Sunday night, April 12. Plenty of good clean comedy and thrilling climaxes. 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 our. factory. Marshall Vinegar Company. Banner flour is better than standard by actual analyses. It is a hard wheat flour that is guaranteed to give you satisfaction. Ask your grocer for a sack, and do not accept substitutes. Mrs. H. P. Clemons, of Dows, was in the city Thursday afternoon, being on her way to Clemons. where she is called by th£ serious illness of her sister-in-law. Mrs. \Y. J. Clemons. Fred Amb'reclit. of Clemons. accom panied to the city Thursday two loads of 275-pound hogs, shipped from Mi nerva to the packing house for A. Reimenschneider. Mr. Armbrecht had another load down from Clemons to day, seventy head, averaging 2235. Mesdames E. E. Hood. I.,. R. Max well and C. A. Kr,die were host esses at the Hood home. 40:! North Fourth street, Thursday afternoon, to the Ladies' Aid society of the Congre gational church. There was an at tendance of about forty, and the usual [social hour, during which refreshments Swere enjoyed, followed the business isession. 1 The officers, directors and clerks of "the Marshall-town State bank wen |jue.sts at a well-planned, surprise ^Thursday evening on President A. K. jalcli, tOfi North Second street, wh selebra1.es a birthday anniversary Sut jrday. A four-course dinner was en (loved at :30 o'clock. Mrs. Buleh IjeiiiK is'stertecl in serving by Mrs. C. C. Trine. The evening was spent socially. Those jresent were .Messrs. George A. Tur ner. A. A. Moore, W. A, Davis. J. B. Classen of Green Mountain. P. S. alch, C. C. Trine. Albert Hull. Roy radbury, Luther McConnHl, Ray lker and R. W. Stevens, the latter •in* .formerly been connected with bank. Geo. J. Allen, optical specialist Mesh hand bags at M. F. Andrews. Dr. Wood, eye, throat, nose, and ear. At my Office in the evening. Dr. Mairs. Dance at Forney's hall Tuesday eve ning. April 11. Several loads of good kindling for sale. George Olson. Elk chocolates, always fresh. Wheel er & Hoag, sole agents Fancy seeded, seedless and stem raisins. Appleby & Wheeler. A. B. McCartney cleans wall paper. Telephone New 115, Old 676-J. Sweet peas, tail and dwarf nas turtiums seed in bulk at Culley's. Mrs. Robert Wantz and son, of Clem ons, spent Thursday in the city. Mr. W. T. Spenee, of Clemons, was in the city Thursday on business. A few choice hardy shrubs, roses and peonies just received at Kemble's. Mr. and Mrs. j. M. Olson, of Jlc Callsburg, were in the city Thursday. Macaroons, kisses, cream putts, cup cakes and cookies at Robertson it Strub's. Finest line of umbrellas in ladies' and gent's, suitable as gift goods, at Hellbcrg's. Plenty of strawberries, oranges, bananas, red eating apples and grape fruit at Culley's. New wheels from $25 to $75 at Hub ler's. Don't waste time walking. rC's healthy to ride wheels. It is unnatural for a person to ache, hurt, complain,'most of the time. Have the cause removed. See Dr. Mairs. Mrs. Trine's class will give a penny social in the basement of the Congre gational church Saturday evening. The ladies of the Christian church will have an exchange tomorrow aft ernoon at the -Temple' of Economy. See us for fire, lightning and tor nado insurance. Van Orman & Van Orraan,- over 116 West Main street. Buttermilk bread, the kind you have always bought, the kind with the green label, made only by Robertson & Strub. Clipping horses every day at Scheel er's livery barn. An electric power clipper. A smooth, lirst class job guaranteed. Mrs. Samuel Lepley, of Gifford, who has been visiting relatives in tne city for a few days, returned home Thurs day evening. The Marshalltown Buggy Co. have a large assortment of surreys, top bug gies, and driving wagons on their re pository floor." Word received in this city announces that Mr. and Mrs. George F. Wingert, of Nevada are .the parents of a son, born Thursday. Banner flour, a .medium priced, but high grade flour. Made from hard wheat. Tests show It is better than other flours. Ask your grocer for Banner flour. Accept no other. Kv We apprciate very much the many complimentary remarks about our new dress goods and dress trimmings. We show many designs and fabrics not sllown elsewhere. M. F. Andrews. John Maclcin. of St. Anthony, ar rived in the city Thursday evening from Chicago, where he had been with stock. He struck a good cattle mar ket, but a poor one for his load of hogs. Saturday is the last day to guess on our jar of Red Rose coffee. Satur day evening the count will be made and the prizes given out. Twenty pounds to be given away. Reynolds & Sheldon. Ask your dealers for Golden Thistle and Little Hatchet, full patent flour, also Golden Bell Rye flour. Makes white and tasty bread. Every sack guaranteed, F. J. Soulutp, agent, new phone 878: Nevada vegetables are coming in now in fne shape. Head lettuce, rad ishes and onions. The Peckham store have theiri every spring. A word about them is sufficient Jor Marshall town people. Mrs. Ray McCoy. 205 East Linn street, was hostess at the regular meet ing of the Thursday club, ten ladies being members. The afternoon was spent in serving, and the hostess served a light lunch. Almond macaroons, cocoanut maca roons. cream puffs, kisses, cup cakes, in fact everything that can be found in a first class bakery ready for your order Saturday at the Standard Bak ery. 110 West Main. Both phones. Hereafter our collector will not call on patrons who receive their gas and electric bills thru the mails. Our office will be oprn Friday, April 10th. until 9 p. m. No discounts allowed there after. Marshalltown L. P. & R.v. Co. The S. C. T. club met Thursday aft ernoon with Mrs. Elmer Weatherson. who gave a paper on "Amsterdam." Another paper, on "The Colonies of Holland," was given by Miss Iva Reese. The only guest of the club was Miss Ethel Reese. Wednesday evening about twenty five of Miss Emma N'aumann's friends drove to her home about three miles west or' town and gave her a. surprise, it being her 15th anniversaryy. The evening was enjoyed socially and a bountiful supper was served. Mrs. Herbert S. Lawrence. 1101 West Main strict, entertained a small com pany of friends at a stag party Thurs day evening, his guests being Messrs. K. A. Francis. Harry Denmead. D. A. Collison. E. N. Farber. L. J. Rice, and Stanley Blum, the latter of Chicago. .Mrs. Laurence served a dinner, follow ing which a smoker was enjoyed. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. church was entertained Thursday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. M. E. Mel vin, West Grant street, assisting whom were Mesdnmes Wescott. Wol- cox ind Riley. Sixty-three were pres ent, and the hostesses served a light lunch following the business session. "Health Coffee" Is really tile closes! coiTe.-' imitation ever yet produced. This clever eoftVe substitute was re cently produced by Dr. Shuop of ltu cine. Wis. Not a grain of real Dr. Llerle—Eye and ear. coffee in it ei'her. Dr. Sheep's Health (Tof fee is made from pure to ited grains, with -iih 11. nuts. ftc. Really it would loo! an exnert -whn might drink it for coffc- No. 20 or 3I"1 minutes tedious boiling. "Made in a minute'' says the doctor. Sold by C. H. Culley. See show at Elite tonight. Lace curtains and draperies at Ma rion Gard's. Ask for buttermilk bread at Robert son & Strub's. Give Konible an early order for your Easter flowers. Have your wheel repaired at Hub ler's, 5 West State. It costs you nothing to know your trouble. See Dr. Mairs. Early Ohio seed potatoes, guaranteed true to name. Appleby & Wheeler. Mr. Kjed Snively, of Mc 'ullsburg, spent Thursday in tile city on business. Our stock of fruit and vegetables for Saturday is complete. Reynolds & Sheldon. Get buttermilk bread at the Standard Bakery, the original. Be sure that It has the blue label. Small garden seeds, two packages for 5 cents, also peas, beans and corn seed in packages at Culley's. See Marion Gard's store windows. Drapes and dining room furniture shown today and tomorrow. Airs. 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 S-. Packard warranted patent leather Bur rojap shoes. Geo. Traulmann & Co. Well bleached celery, fancy lettuce, round radishes, young onions, beets, carrots, turnips, parsley and pie plant at Culley's. The birth stone for April is the dia mond. See Hellberg for the finest and largest supply in the city. Mounted as well ,os unmounted stones always in stock. Any boy who will cut this ad out and bring it to our office with the name of a prospective customer for plumbing will receive a nice mocking bird whistle free. McCarten Plumbing Co. Mrs. George L. Nason and daughters. Miss Lona Nason and Mrs. H. A. Smith, entertained the Harmony Aid society at the Nason home, 311 West Main street, Thursday afternoon. Lunch was served following the bus iness meeting. Mrs. Mary Catlow, of Albion, and daughter Miss Ida Catlow, of -Albion, and Mrs. G. M. Goodell. of Hampton, also the latter's daughter. Harriett Virginia, spent the day In the city as the guests of Mrs. Catlow's daughter. Mrs. John F. Hobbs, 30(5 Summit street. Special for Saturday—More of those chicken pies at the Standard Bakery. Two sizes 25 cents and 40 cents. We have both 'phones and would advise you to get your orders in early. We will try to have enough for all but the supply is necessarily limited. Standard Bakery, 110 West Main. Important to Paint Users. Masury's mixed paints, $1.25 a gal lon, at Peter Mayer's. MRS. CAMMACK DEAD Wife of Former Marshalltown Man. Who Was Shot by Husband Just Be fore He Killed Himself, Passes Away Thursday Night Spine Severed by Bullet. Mrs. Sherman T. Cammack, wife of a former well-known railroad man of this city, who was shot by her husband on the night of January 30, just be fore Cammack blew out his own brains, died Thursday night, just sev enty days after the tragedy, at Pueblo, Colo. Mrs. Cam mack's spine was sev ered by the bullet, and paralysis re sulted immediately after her injury. Cammack and his young wife be came estranged, and Mrs. CammacK had sued for a divorce. A refusal of the wife to effect a reconciliation re sulted in the double murder. Airs. Cammack Was formerly Lucy Gardner, and was a Canadian. She was a beautiful woman, and twenty years her husband's junior. Cainmack's first wife was Miss Lillian Wyllis, of this city. JOHN~SWIFT DEAD. Former Railroad Employe of This City Dies at Davenpart. John Swift, a former well known railroad employe of this city, who worked as a. section hand for both the Iowa Central and Great Western, and was later a llagmati for the Great Western at the Third avenue crossing, died Thursday in Davenport. The Times of Thursday evening says: "John Swift died this .morning at 1:15 o'clock at his home. .1224 Far nam street, after an illness of several months' duration of brain trouble. For the past three weeks Mr. Swiff has been very low and his end was not entirely unexpected. "John Swift was born in Wisconsin and for about thirteen years resided PACKARD Sold at $3.50, $4.00 and E. G. WALLACE 9 WEST MAIN STREET. in Marshalltown. Four years ago ho moved to Davenport with his family, where lie has made his home since. Mr. Swift spent a large part, of Ills life iu the employ of railroads. He was an old soldier, having served in the civil war, and was a member of the (I. A. It. post at his home town. Sur-' vlving him besides the bereaved wlte are nine children. Airs. is". L. Cook, ol Davenport and Mayme. Mildred. Ger trude. Inez. Edward, Joseph. Bernard, and Francis, all at home. Four brothers and two sisters, also survive, living near Em met sburg, Iowa. "The funeral'will be held from the late home Saturday morning, followed with services at tho Sacred Heart cathedral at o'clock. Interment will be made in St. -Margaret's cemetery. BACK TO OLD LOVE. "Em" Pierce, Early Engineer of Iowa Central, Again Learning Road. "Hm" Pierce, one of the early en gineers of the Towa Central out of this clly, has decided to cotne back to hl« old love, and Is now learning the road again, preparatory to being given a run. Mr. Pierce was also one of the first engineers on the Towa division of the Northwestern and came from that road to the Central in 1S71. He worked for the Central until 1S8R when John Player, formerly master mechanic here, took him to the Santa Fe. of which Player was master mechanic for sev erai years after he left here. Mr.1 Pierce has been on the Santa Fe over since, and most of the time has been running passengers between Fort Madison ami Chicago. He lias made his home in Fort Madison, where Mrs. Pierce and a son reside. Mr. Pierce, as soon as he learns the road, and is given a run. will move his family hero from 'Fort Madison. BUY THESE MEATS. Flovver, the Old Reliable Dealer, Al ways There With the Goods. We have only inspected meats In our shop, und we gladly invite our cus tomers to inspect our place of busi ness. We aim to make only a reason able prolit and having such large sales we are enabled to sell at a lower price. Meats have gone up in price during the past few weeks. On Saturday, for that day only, however, I will sell pounds of boll meat for 25 cents, as heretofore, and 3Vz pounds of mince meat for 25 cents. Take advantage of this offer Saturday. We have plenty of fresh oysters on hand. Everything in the meat line for your Sunday din ner and all guaranteed flrst-class. FLOWER. PRETTY HOMES. The Kind of Paper You Select Is Im portant. There is nothing that adds to or de tracts from the beauty of a room as wall paper. Poor selection of paper, no matler what the price, will spoil the appearance of the nicest room, no matter how expensively furnished. You can't go wrong at this store. Twenty-five years of experience in the selection of wall papers makes it pos sible for us to select in even the cheap er grades that combination of colors that gives harmony and tone to the room, no matler what pattern you choose. Expert workmen to hang these papers. SIMMONS' BOOK STORE. MRS. KENNEDY VERY ILL. Young Woman Well Known Here in Serious Condition at Omaha. Mrs. T. L. Seevers is in receipt of word from her son, Mr. Frank Ken nedy, at Omaha, stating that Mrs. Kennedy Is critically ill in a hospital in that city. Today the word -from the hospital was a little more encour aging. but there is said not to be ipuch hope for her recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy moved to Omaha from this city only a few months ago. A Lecture That Women Will Enjoy. Women love the heroic in men. Ray mond Robins lecture next Wednesday evening on the Y. M. C. A. course will tell of the heonic struggle for right in the 17th ward of Chicago. Every wom an who attends will enjoy this t-hrill I ing address. Entertainment course tickets dated February 11 will admit holders to this number. Additional tickets 50 and 75 cents, at Henry Pappe's, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Took a Tumble. Lumber is way down. Bring your bills to use for figures, no matter how small. •*. We have white pine drop siding at $22 per M. Everything else in build ing material at the same proportions. CITIZENS' LUMBER CO.. ot Market street. Marshalltown. fa. Special for Saturday. We will sell all our 25 and 50 cent plain and fancy back combs for 1!) cents tomorrow. ORLANDO BAXTER. The Yellow Peril. Jaundice—malaria—biliousness, van ishes when Dr. King's New Life Pills are taken. Guaranteed. 25c. McBride & Will Drug Co. Alert business men ap preciate Packard Shoes. They find them both fita ble" and durable. Built on right lines, from se lected materials, they have a style that lends distinc tion to the wearer. Our new stock is particularly attractive. I $5.00 in all style, bi ••T'iij&r- a CLOTH FOR LESS THAN $1.25 ELStv*HERE. SENTED. See Our (irand Display of Fashionable Dress Silks Spring Display FASHIONABLE SILKS Silks are Again the Leading Fabric for Stylish, Up-to-Date Dressers. ASHION INDICATES THAT SILKS FOR GOWNS are to be more in vogue this season than ever, so we have prepared an immense line for you to select from. Our silk buyer has just returned from the east and has pur chased the handsomest line of dress silks ever on display in this city. We display select patterns only to be found in the larger cities. FANCY DRESS SILKS :. FOULARDS AND NOVELTIES ARE .AMONG OUR SELECTION FOR THE STYLISH DRESSERS THIS SEA SON IN COPENHAGEN BLUE, TAN, LEATHER SHADES, BROWN, NAVY, GREY, ETC., IN ALL THE DIF FERENT GRADES AT ANY PRICE YOU MAY DESIRE. NO TWO PATTERNS ALIKE. PONGEE SILK AGAIN AMONG THE LEADING SILKS FOR GOWNS, 27 INCHES WIDE AND ALL GRADES. FINE BLACK DRESS TAFFETA Full 36 Inches Wide—$1.00 Per Yard *h. WE .RE AGAIN ABLE TO OFFER A BEAUTIFUL BLACK TAFFETA, PURE SILK, HANDSOME LUSTRE, GUARANTEED TO WEAR, BLACK SILK AT $1.00 A YARD. THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONALLY BIG BARGAIN, SO DON'T WAIT, THIS CLOTH WON'T LAST LONG AT THIS PRICE. YOU CANNOT DUPLICATE THIS JAP AND CHINA SILKS WE ARE OFFERING THE SAME GRADE OF JAP AND CHINA SILK THIS SEASON AS ON PREVIOUS SEA SONS AND AT PRICES BEYOND COMPETITION. NOTHING MAKES A DRESSIER, COOLER, MORE DUR ABLE WAIST THAN ONE MADE OF THESE FINE, NATURAL SILKS. WE CARRY THESE IN ALL WIDTHS SHAMROCK BLACK SILKS *. The World's Best Taffeta ,v WE «RE AGAIN ABLE TO SUPPLY THE PURCHASING PUBLIC WITH SHAMROCK GUARANTEED BLACK DRESS SILKS AT THE OLD PRICE. THIS IS WITHOUT A DOUBT THE FINEST BLACK TAFFETA MADE. EVERY YARD YOU PURCHASE IS SOLD WITH OUR PERSONAL GUARANTEE TO BE JUST AS REPRE Buy your silks of us. We display only the most desirable pat terns in fancy silks to be had this season. Our black silks can not be duplicated by any one. See our line before you purchase. The Up-to-date Dry Goods Mouse 16 and 18 East Main Street We Mail Samples on Request !W*-V 1 IsSSSSS .. pStSlttlttIpSSgSpp: jr sTTF" rut. •Vi: ii'M-r'y'l'.