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law Dyi Jyspepsia to Be a Pre-Disposing Cause of Consumption. The post mortem statistics of the big New York hospitals show that some cases of consumption are due, at least indirectly, to unchecked dyspepsia, es pecially -when the victim was predis posed to tuberculosis. Dyspepsia wears owt the body and brain. The weakened, irritable stom ach being unable to digest food, the body does not receive the required nourishment, and the victim becomes thin, weak and haggard. As a result., the body becomes a fertile field in which the germs of disease may lodge and flourish. Therefore, the .person who permits dyspepsia to progress unhindered is guilty of contributing toward the de velopment Of one of the most insidious and fatal diseases known to mankind. Dyspepsia may be completely eradi cated if .properly treated. We sell a remedy that we positively guarantee •will completely relieve indigestion or dyspepsia, or the medicine used during the trial will cost the user nothing. This remedy has been named Rex all Dyspepsia Tablet's. Certainly no of fer could be more fair, and ovu* offer should be proof positive that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are a dependable remedy. Inasmuch as the medicine will cost you nothing if it does not benefit you, •we urge you who .are. suffering with in digestion or dyspepsia to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. A 25-cen.t box con tains enough medicine for fifteen days' treatment. For chronic cases we have •two larger sizes, 60 cents and $1.00. Remember you can obtain Rexall Remedies in Marshalltown only at our store—The Rexall Store. The McBride & Will Drug Company. The 'New Odeon BU8BY BROS., Owners. •W. A. TAPP, Res. Manager. TONIGHT AND BALANCE OF WEEK. Frank E. Long Co. INCLUDING ALL THE PRINCIPALS OF THE LACY MUSICAL COM EftY CO. LADIES FREE WEDNESDAY. PRICES 10, 20 and 30 CENTS SEATS NOW SELLING. Sunday, N 2T THE PLAY YOU HAVE READ ABOUT "Married In Haste" FROM MISS BRADDONrS GREAT NOVEL. SPECIAL CAST, SCENERY AND EF *-FECTS. PRICES 25, 35, 50 and 75 CENTS. Seats on Sale Saturday 10 A. M. Tuesday,1^' MORT H. SINGER'S BIGGEST' SUCCESS A Stubborn Cinderella WITH HOMER B. MASON Superlative Cast and Ensembre of 80 People. LOVERS OF CATCHY MUSIC AND PRETTY GIRLS CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT. PRICES 50, 75, $1.00 and $1.50 Seats on Sale Monday 10 a. m. Wednesday, N 2°4V' SAM & LEE SHUBERT (INC.) PRE SENT THE POWERFUL DRAMA OF WALL STREET INTRIGUE. The Ringmaster i,' By Oliver Porte1' ELABORATE SCENERY, METRO POLITAN CAST, DIRECT FROM MAXINE ELLIOTT THEATER, N. Y. PRICES .... 25, 50, 75 Cts„ $1 & $1.50 Seats on Sale Tuesday 10 a. m. Eieatyptns Trees Will Work For You DAY AND NIGHT, YEAR IN, YEAR OUT, NEVER STOP. Five acre* will coat you $1,000 new and yield $1,000 to $1,500 annually. YOUR OPPORTUNITY To become rich if you act soon but all 1 choice EUCALYPTUS LAND will soon be planted. Buy before I leave for California and get the advantage of a personal selection. Bulletin* at E» 0. Wallace's 8hoe Store. ft JL* tv .O'-jMU '. W. H. REED 1 MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA. Fomwriy a National Foreet Supervisor. I The City In Brief h.astman kodaks at Newton'*. George J. Allen, optical specialist. •, Solid silver teaspoons. Chamberlain's. Mrs. Henry Beaman, of LlScdmb, visited in the city Wednesday. Honey cup and sugar. cookies at 5 cents a dozen at Whitney Brothers. •Be sure and see' the Wonder washer in 'operation—iSchmidt's,, Friday, Nov. 19. ... The Methodist Woman's Homj Mis sionary Society will meet Friday after noon at 2:30 at .the church. The Tirztth Aid Society will be en tertained Friday afternoon by liirs. Peterson, 108 South Fifth avenue.. Pinkerton is unpacking daily many new and pretty gifts for Christmas. You should call and look them- over. Mrs: A, L. Palmer invites the ladies to a second gift sale at Mrs. Knisely's, 208 West Lincoln street Friday and Saturday. Michigan apples beat the .world for cooking or eating, and if you,don't be lieve it order a peck.of Northern Spies from your grocer. E. E. Hood. Mr. M. Patton, of State Center, has become associated iwith the National Denatured Alcohol Company, of this city, in the capacity of grain buyer. iHow about that Thanksgiving turkey? Tastes just twice as good in a Reed sanitary roaster. "Just you come in and see 'em." Abbott & Son. Home for Thankgiving or wherever duty calls you, you will find if you wear Carl's Walk-Over and King Quality Shoes you will have perfect satisfac tion. You -will need some nice candy for your Thanksgiving dinner. We have bought the best from four different lines. Call and get your candy at Pinkerton's. The second entertainment of the Y. M. C. A. lecture course next Thursday evening, Nov. 2r, Thanksgiving. The Enderly-Wlndsor Company, two prima donnas from the Pacific coast. Tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 19, is wash day in Schmidt's stove store. IA Won der agent will demonstrate the wonder ful Wonder washer. Particular women and users of the wash board are es pecially invited. Every merchant should read the tel ephone company's reply to the farmers as to 'phone rates published on page eight of this issue. If the farmer lays down on his Mends for sympathy the friends should know the facts. Mrs. Claude Adams, of Union, was in the city Wednesday, being on her way to State Center, where she will visit briefly with her brother, Mr. Charles. Cook. Mr. Cook, who was in the city Wednesday on business, accompanied his sister home. The Frank Long Stock .Company will •present the rural comedy' drama in •four acts, "In Old New England," at the iN-ew Odeon tonight. New songs, dances and. catchy music will again be heard and seen."" Prices 10, 2'0 and 30 cents. Mrs. W. A. Size, Mrs. C. A. Parmer and Mrs. Eugene Crandall were hos tesses at the Size home, Wednesday afternoon to the regular business and social meeting of the Busy Bee Circle of the Xi. O. T. M. Light refreshments were served. M. Ole Qualen, who makes his home •w-ith his son, Rev. Olaus Qualen, ar rived in the city Wednesday evening from Chicago, after a three months' absence. 'Mr. Qualen has been visa ing a daughter in Chicago, and rela tives thruout Wisconsin. A freight wreck on the Northwestern at Union Grove, a little station near Fulton, 111., delayed the west-'bound trains in the evening several hours. A train made up at Clinton was sent west as first No. 5, and the regular No. 5 did not reach here until about' 10 o'clock. The Colorado special was also delayed. J. Xj. Ingledue, of Albion, who an nounced his intention of moving to this city several weeks ago, is now bringing his household goods into the city over land, and is taking possession of his new home at 104 South Twelfth street. Mrs, Ingledue came to the' city today, and Mr. Ingledue -will come to stay next Wednesday^ following a sale of his farm effects next Tuesday. Big apple sale on .Saturday, Nov. 20. Carload Michigan, apples -will be sold cheap. "Varieties: Baldwins, Greenings, Northern Spys, Tallman iSweets, Belle flower and Russets, all in 3-bushel new barrels. Now is the .time to buy your winter stocks, and.E. E. Hood's is the place, 2,3 South 'Center street, first door south of Times-Republican. 'Phone 147. E. E. (Hood. ilt always pays to patronize an ar tistic photographer, one who knows how to arrange -the figure, hair, dress, pose, etc., so as to get the most per fect and natural expression. That we have the "know -how" to obtain artistic photos, We will leave you to judge from the many samples of our work you can always see any time at our studio. Broiwn. Miss Grace Ewald, 206 South Second street, was hostess Wednesday evening to eighteen young lady friends at a hosiery shower complimentary to Mis3 Grace Kilborn, in honor of the tetter's approaching marriage to Mr. Ernest G. Schroeder, of Iowa City. The ev ening was spent in making dainty buf fet and dresser drawer .pads, and the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. C. Ewald, served a two-course lunch. The decorations were tn red and .white. Mrs. T. H. Protheroe, of Denver, was tha only out of town guest. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. -David, 4 North Second street, entered a company of seventy-five friends at a five-eour3a $ o'clock dinner, Wednesday evening. Those who served, -were OBsses Ida Shove, Ruth and Kate BaJeh, Marian McFarland, SSsa Stern, Florence Har ris and Josephine Ga£elman. White chrysanthemums and pink carnations formed the decorations,, and the imemt was largely In. tbe same- ootor scheme. The evening was spent in playing flva hundred, .the 'ladies? and gentlemen's prizes for progression, going to Mrs. George Bumlong and Sir. P. S. Balch, and for slams, to Mrs. T. F. Bradford and Mr.'I. O. Kemble. The only guest from out of town was 'Mrs. J. D. Dlften baush, of Jkloamouth, 111. Fine jewelry at Tuttle's. Large line of watches. Chamberlain's. Boy wanted, to carry papers in west part of city. Times-Republican. Mr. John Rudy, of Liscomb, was in the city Wednesday on business. Mr. J. D. Parker and son Earl, of LJscomb, were in the city "Wednesday. Dr. R.-F. French, diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Tremont block. Need a new set of carvers? Sure you do. We got 'em for $1 to S16. Abbott & Son.: Wanted—Girl for three .weeks' work. Good pay. Call Friday morning. Carl's Employment Bureau. For your mince pies on Thanksgiving get your mince meat at Whitney Brothers it is fine. The- •O. 'W. B. iM. will meet with Mrs. G. W. Calhoun, 7 South Eighth street, Friday afternoon at 2:30. Der Deutsche Unterhalturigs Krels will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. J. Scheeler, 4 Court street. Mrs. Harry Comparet and little son went to. Des 'Moines Wednesday to vist for a week with Mr. Comparet's mother, Mrs. E. A. Comparet. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cook, of Union, their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Otis Cook, and Mrs. Linn Trimble, also of Union, were in the, city Wednesday. A good attendance of the Methodist Ladies' Aid Society was present at the church "Wednesday to take part in the all-day sfcw. Each one present took her lunch. Farmers, you can not afford to be without apples:. Why just think how nice good, warm apple pie will taste for dinner after being out husking corn all forenoon, the very .thought of tha pie will make the corn fly two to one. E. E. Hood. The attraction at the New Odeon Tuesday evening, Nov. 23. will be Mort H, Singer's quality musical play, "A Stubborn Cinderella," with Homer B. Mason in the leading part. This is the iPrincess Theatre's latest and great est success and undoubtedly the most stupendous offering of the season. The company contains seventy people and use three special baggage cars to trans port .the scenery, costumes and proper ties. Prices 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.»0. "Married in Haste" from 'Miss M. E feraddon's widely read and popular •novel is a beautiful story, well told with a great heart interest that grips and holds one from start to finish. The characters are. not overdrawn but ones we have mej. during our walks of life, and still thru it all a bright vein of comedy bubbles and gushes that starts one to laugh after a tear has been brushed aside. At the New Odeon Sunday evening, Nov. 21. (Prices 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents. Suits Every suit in this store and every one is this season's style and purchase go at 1-2 price. This means I S $10.00 aU wool suit...$ 5.00 12-50 all wool suit... 6.25 15.00 all wool suit... 7.50 18.00 all wool suit... 9.00 20.00 all wool suit... 10.00 25.00 all wool suit... 12.50 30.00 all wool suit... 15.00 Every garment plain figures. ,-v* 4 *1. i5 ^•Sy •1 fer M» '.,i *i!*i f¥f¥f *1 ^IMES-BEFinaaWOAN, MARSHAIiLTOWX, IOWA* Diamonds. Chamberlain. Dr Burkart, osteopath. 14 W. Main. Ctoathern flralcss cooker. Nothing like 'em. Abbott & Son. The newest things in post card album can be found at Plnkerton's. Ginger snaps riy the peck, something new, a whole peck for 35 cents. Whit ney Brothers. Season jtlolcets for |the remaining numbers of the T. M. -C. A. lecture course can be had at Pappe's. Marshnlltown Chapter, P. A. R., will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Wil liam Andrews, 401 North Fourth street. The bible study class of district No. 11 will meet Friday morning at 9:30 with Miss Clara Owing?, 108 South! Ninth street. Jacob Grove, of near Liscomb, who is at St. Thomas hospital recovering from an attack of appendicitis and the operation which followed it, is recov ering very satisfactorily. The lady clerks of Benedict & Brlnt nall's store entertained lie men em ployes Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Mabel iCrabtree. 70S Eaot Main street. A happy social evening was en joyed. and light refreshments were served. R. W. Chamberlain wont to Des Miones today to attend the meeting of the Des Moines consistory, Scottish Rite. Masons. C. E. Hatcher, of this city, is a member of the large clans that is taking its thirty-second degree. Miss Winifred Chamberlain accompa nied her father and will visit over Sun day at the home of Jr. O. O. Snyder. Make your arrangements to spend Thanksgiving evening, Nov. 25 with the Enderly-Windsor Company. Y. M. C. A. lecture course. Madams Mayne Wind sor. lyric soprano, with a range from A to above high C, and Mae Shum way, Enderly, high class artist in mono logue and pantomines. Mr. Sanders who lectured before the Searchlight Club Tuesday evening had the pleasure of hearing them a short time ago, and remarked to the committee that there are no 'better in their line from a nigh artistic standpoint. It certainly will be a treat. Remember the date. Thanks giving evening, Nov. 25. Season tick ets for ,the remaining numbers of the course and also single admissions can be had at Pappe's. Five More Days. Only Ave more days to prepare for Thanksgiving. Look over this list care fully: Nuts, imported figs, black dates, Hallowee dates, stufTed sugared dates, cranberries, celery, oranges, bananas, lemons, all kinds of apples, lemon, orange and citron candied, seeded, seedless, cluster and common seed raisins, currants, mince meat, pure sorghum, clover honey, pumpkin, salted peanuts, sweet cider, cheese all kinds, olives, pickles, etc. We have it all. If .1 Skirts it marked in Our entire stock of dress skirts, including voiles, silks, panamas and other weaves on sale at 1-3 off from regular price. This means $15.00 skirts $10.00 13.50 skirts 9.00 12.50 skirts 8.00 10.00 skirts 6.67 7.50 skirts 5.00 6.00 skirts 4.00 5.00 skirts 3.33 Every skirt priced in plain figures. you are going to give a dinner you will want nice lettuce. We have it cut fresh every morning, raised la Marshal 1 town. Lot ns know a Uttl« in ad vane and we will have It cut and delivered to you the afternoon before. We can send you your extra milk along with the other order for that pumpkin pie. 'Phone us your order, we deliver. Par lor Grocery. 'Phone 194. The clean grocery. OBITUARY. Rash. Robert M. Rash, aged 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rash, five miles north of the city, died at the home of his parents at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday night of typhoid fever, complicated with heart disease. The young man had been sick live -weeks, and was mending nicely, when suddenly he suf fered a relapse and died half an hour later. Mr. Rash was born in Columbia county, Oregofl, Sopt. 11, 1889. In 1892 the family moved back to Iowa, and for a time lived at Union, then later went to Humboldt county and still later to near Iowa Kails. They came to this county last spring. In addition to the parents the young man is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Arthur, Alice. Lloyd, Lennle, Gladys, Goldle and Opnl. Short services will be held at the home .Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Rev. James McOee officiating. The body will be taken to Union, where the funeral proper will be held. Interment In tlie Miller cemetery southwest of union. REGISTRATION BEGINS. Preparations Made For Coming Elec tion on Utility Franchise*. Registration for the coming city election on the gas, electricity and street railway franchisees on Nov. 29 was begun today with the opening of places of registration in each of tlio five wards. These places are as fol lows: First Ward—Acme Printing Com pany. Second Ward—Uptown fire station. Third Ward—17 South First street. Fourth Ward—Third avenue police station. Fifth Ward—Bohemia hall. These places of registration will be open today, Friday, and Saturday, Nov. 27, the Saturday before election, also on election- day. All must register who have not voted before or who have moved from one ward to another since the last election, or who did not vote at the last general election.' To the Farmers. We have ,000 feet twenty-six Inch six inch stay Royal American woven wire fence that wo will soil at 21 cents per rod while it lasts. Citizens' Lnm bor Company. 306 Market street, Mar shalltown, Iowa. TRADE, AT HEADQUARTERS. IT IS SAFE. Great Alteration and Closing Out Sale in Our Women's Ready-to-Wear Departments Owing to increasing necessity for more room we have leased the third floor of the building we now occupy. Extensive alteration of room and enlargment of our women's ready-to-wear department, which will occupy the entire second floor, make it imperative that we close out at once our entire stock of women's ready-to-wear gar ments. To this end we offer commencing Tomorrow the following: We have no hesitancy in saying that this is the greatest value giving sale of new merchandise ever offered to the people of this vicinity. These prices all made to move quickly all the above lines. RED MEN'S BIG ROW WOW Class of Fifty Pale Faces Initiated, in Presence of Gr«ot Chiefs of Iowa— Latter Present Chippewa Tribe With Gold Plater Tomahawk. Fifty pale faces comprised a class that was inliiated into Chippowa Tribe, No. 40, Improved Order of Red Men, Wednesday night, and proved the signal for a big pow -wow. Great chiefs of Iowa were present to witness the ceremonies, which re sult In the momberahlp of the local tribe being raised to 435. For the good work that the local tribe has done the great chiefs presented the tribe with a gold plated tomahawk. A dog feast followed the initiatory work, after which short talks by the great chiefs present were made. In attendance at the meeting were W. B. KelTer, gTeat eachem Frank A. Day, great chief of record* and A. S. Gilbert, Great Miahlnawa, all of Doa Moines and visitors from Iowa City, Belle Plalne, Ames, Nevada, Boone and Waterloo. PUTS IN CHICAGO OFFICE. C. A. Dunham Company, of This City, Establishes New Branch. A telegram to the Times-Republican from Springfield, 111., says that Secre tary of State Rose today issued to the C. A. Dunham Company, of this city, a license to do business in Illinois, in the establishment of a Chicago office. The new Chicago ofllco of the Mar shalltown concern Is at 503 Fisher building, and in charge of Goorge W. Best. Probate Notice. Office of the clerk of fho district couri. srate of Iowa, Marshall county ss. District court, Januarv term, A. D. into. To whom It may concern: Tou and each of you are hereby notified to appear at the courthouse In Marshalltown. Iowa, in said county, at 9 o'clock a. m., on the 3d day of Jan uary 191-0, to attend the proof of an-1 probating an Instrument In writing' purporting to be the last will and test-I ament of FJllzabeth Dungan, late •)f1 Marshalltown count, Iowa, deceased, at: which time and place you will appear' and show cause, if any. why said wiil should not bo admitted to probate. In testimony whereof. I have hereto subscribed my name and affixed un seal of th«» district court, this 17th Jav of November, A. D. 1909. Waists All shirt waists of silk, lace, net wool or wash materials go at 1-3 off from our low price. tar Every waist priced in plain figures. Capes Fur capes, plush capes, cloth capes and opera capes go at 1-3 off. Every cape priced in plain figures. R. LAy Sole Agency Home Journal Patterns. The only paper pattern accompanied by a Guide Chart. F. M. HA RADON. Clerk of the District Court HsaaBTTB EggmgimaaiigiiiH 11 ITCHING ERUPTIONS QUICKLY COOLED. A 28 Caul Bottl# of Oil of Wintsrgreei* Compound Gives Relief. Jost & few drops of oil of iwlntergreea properly compounded and applied to the skin -will take away Ipstantly tha worst kind of an Itch. We positively know this. The oil of wlntergrecn, & mild, sooth ing liquid, is comMned with such ileal' lng substances a» thymol and glycer ine. The D. D. X). Prescription^ made at tha D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, seems to be Just the right compound, and a good sized trial bottle can nowt be had at 25 centa a bottle. D. E. D. Pirestfrlptlan sells regularly at one dollar a bottle, but v« have se cured a limited number of trial bottles At 36 cents on this special ofTer, and advise you to take advantage of this special rate now. as wo do not know how long tire Laboratories in Chicago will continue the 26 cent offer. Tha McBride & Will Drug Company. LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT. SEALED INSTRUCTIONS Dramatic —and— VILLIANE89 STILL PURSUED HIM Comio. ELITE THEATRE Produces beat piotures in tha state. CHANGE OF PROGRAM TONIGHT Good Musio and Pina Singing. ADMISSION 5 CENTS. CREME ELCAYA A TOILET CREAM FOR THE COMPLEXION Preserving It agalnat tha harsh affaots of wind and dnat« "Alwaya ready." PRICE 60 CENTS FOR SALE BY HOAG DRUG CO. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Fur Coats We have on hand some splendid values in fur coats. These will go this sale at 13 off. Every coat priced in plain figures.