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Let Me Send You
A Treatment of My
Catarrh Cure Free
C. E. GAUSS
I Will Take Any Case of Catarrh, No
Matter How Chronic, or What
Stage It Is In, and Prove EN­
TIRELY AT MY OWN EX
PENSE, That It Can Be
Cured.
Curing catarrh has been my busi
ness for years, and during this time
over one million people have come to
me from all over the land :'or treat
ment and advice. My method is orig
inal. I cure the disease by first
curing the cause. Thus my com
bined treatment cures where all
else fails. I can demonstrate to
E
FREE
This coupon is good for a pack
age of GAUSS COMBINED CA
TARRH CURE. Sent free by mail
Simply fill in name and address or:
dotted lines below, and mail to C. E.
GAUSS, 7S5-5 Main St., Marshall
Mich.
eal Estate
For Sale—Four room house, good
driving horse will be taken as part pay.
Seven room modern house on North
Third street, seven room modern cot
tage on North First avenue, also seven
room modern house, with good barn,
on North First street. If either of these
properties are sold soon can give spe- Allee 5?
I
cial price. We w:ll have an eignt room \\-00^s
house in east part of city for rent Feb. Summers
1. Life, accident, liability, fire insur- •^ampbel'l
ance and real estate headquarters. Thompson
!Swem ....
CARTWRIGHT 4
Over 35 West Main St
TREAT
Why Not
Have the
Best?
The MEEKER has all
the new appliances of
merit. It hires only
capable and exper
ienced help. If you
are at all particular
about your laundry,
send it to the
Meeker
Nothing like the
Meeker
Laundry
In the state.
JUST ARRIVED
New Sheet Music 10c
Per Copy
Post Cards 5 for 5c
Post Card Arcade
34 North Fir»t Avenue
MAfWRHI AlT iT /DOWM, IOWA.
fire, Lighting and Torntdo Insurance
WfttMm mt towMt rat**
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
-. surety bonds f.
DES MOINES PLAYER HAS STATE
CHECKER CHAMPIONSHIP ALL
BUT CINCHED.
WASSON. LOCAL PLAYER-
Second Place—Jesse J. Allec Third
Three First Monies Will Go to Three
of the Four.
On
Standing of the Players.
The following was the standing of
the players when the games had stop
ped for lr.uch during the noon hour:
I
HIGH UP IN THE LIST
At Noon He Was Tied With J. W.
Henderson, Present Champion For
the home stretch of the state April.
checker tournament and with but a
more games to play, when the ex
perts dispersed for lunch soon after
noon, it was practically certain that
Secretary George S. Jennings, of
Moines, would run off with the state
championship this year. With but
twelve more games to play Jennings
led his closest follower by 12 points.
Tied for second place at the noon
hour were W. A. Wasson, of this city,
and J. W. Henderson, of Grand Junc-
tion, the present champion. Each had
.rouja score of 71. After these two, and only
in just a few days' time that my meth-j0ne point behind, came Jesse J. Allee.
od is quick, sure and complete because of Newell.
it rids the system of the poisonous Way Clear for Jennings.
germs that cause catarrh. Send your Unless the very unexpected hap
name and address at once to
Gauss, and he will send you the treat
merit referred to. Fiil out the coupon
below.
., penfci, at noon the wav appeared clear r\
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Bales 43
Carl 52
Vhcne 451
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A Business Change.
Is a Very Foolish
Little Red Breast
The north wind does blow, and we
shall have snow,
And what will poor Robin do then,
poor thing
He'll sit in the barn, and keep himself
warm,
And hide his head under his wing,
poor thing.
Altho it is a little early for the cus­
tomary signs of spring, residents of
the northwest part of town this morn
ing saw what is believed to be the first
robin. The robin is generally ac
credited io be the true harbinger of
spring, but how this little red-breasted
fellow happened to get mixed on his
dates, is not related.
It was at the H. W. Shove home that
the discovery was made. Mrs. Shove
though: she heard a robin chirping,
and stepped to the back door to iisten.
Sure enough, there was the bird, sing
ing away just as tho he was as sure
jof spring as tho it was the middle of
MISS SWINGLEY IN RECITAL
liti'lllUl Ijifctliu IfcVllcU .vaists
Jr Svinelev. Owiner 10 an injury
it- for Mr. Jennings to come to the finish
tv.* ,~ of her wrists. Miss Swingley was
on tne winter. He has but one real stiff
opponent out
afternoon. f._r
of three he meets this
four games each. This
i. .program. Her numbers were as fol-

thlnv°
.the latter has made the better show-
Henderson Has Two Matches.
Henderson, the present champion,
had two more maicnes of four games
each to plav this afternoon before he
would finish. He was to meet C. O.
Moore and George L. Sies, the latter of
this city. Both are toward the bottom
•f the list, and Henderson will un
doubtedly win a majority of the games
from each.
A'lee. in addition to playing the lead
er. Jennings, meets H. S. Wood, who
ranks well up toward the top.
With Jennings the likely winner, sec
ond third places will undoubtedly go to
two of the trio composed of Wasson,
Henderson and Allee.
(0ola
,beck) -Album
|Lear (Grieg): "Valse. Opus 94. No. 1"
^inuh and F. W. carl, both of this c.tv. flMoszkowski): "Prelude. Opus 3. No.
sames I 2" (Rachmaninoff), which depicted the
Play
Tii0mps°a,-
01
taking of Moskow by Napoleon
-Btude" (Chopin) "Spring Night"
1 «5chumann-Liszt): and "Rhapsodie
N (Lt9Et) Mise
D. L. Pts. decision in the case of Rink vs. Bol-
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•Campbell withdrew last night
Explanation of tabulation
means games played "W"
games won "D" means games
or tied: "L" means games lost, and
"Pts." means the total points. Each
game won counts the winner two and
each game drawn or tied counts each
player one point.
Local Players Well Up.
Altho neither stands quite far enough
up in the list to run a chance to get
ting inside the three first monies. B. L.
Burritt and Gus Smith, both of this
city, have made a good showing. With
twelve more games to play Burritt
ranks fifth, and Smith stands in eighth
place. '.rivV
linger, heard in the supreme court on
71 a petition for rehearing. The supreme
70 court ruled that an injunction against
S5
a
saloon should and could only issue
against the illegal sales. This is one
-5
1
of the questions involved in the local
52 cases. The Rink vs. Bollinger ca.se was
45 carried to the supreme court from
45
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Davenport.
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34 NEW TRAJ N SCH EDU LES.
1!
27 Chicago, Union Pacific & Northwestern
25 Line.
11' The Denver Special, a new solid
train, electric lighted thruout, now
leaves Chicago daily at 6 p. m., arriv-
ing.
Denver
earl'
A. Kendall & Co. have bought the
grocery formerly owned by Mr.^Fraser, Oregon—Washington^^ -Limited via'Port
land and the O. & W. R. R.
corner of Thirteenth and Summit
streets. This store has been washed,
scrubbed and renovated from one end
to the other. Ever ,-thing in the line of
bulk goods were rejected and removed
from the store, and will be replaced
with a full line of staple and fancy gro
ceries, to be sold at the lowest cash
price. Tou are cordially Invited to call
your door. 'Phone 312. A. Kendall, pro
prietor E. E. Kendall, manager.
California Book.
An unusually handsome book on Cal
ifornia has just been published by the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
way. It will be sent to any address for
3 cents' postage. F. A. Miller, general
passenger agent, Chicago.
Fascinating jHair
Easy to Stop Hair Falling Out, and
Dandruff Also.
No one doubts that it is the duty of
every woman to look as charming as
possible. Every woman knows why she
wants to be beautiful and attractive.
7'
Vtmeri at* me abtufc'.
iT HML INSURANCE
Ob
Growls* Crops.
W. M. CLARK
fllMMM 909 R«om 10.
•HIST MMHONAt^flANK
BLDG.
A woman with scant hair, dull and
lifeless, has lost half her charm. How
many times have we heard the expres
sion "the crowning glory of a woman
Is her hair."
Nowadays, thanks to Parisian Sage,
almost every woman can have hair so.
radiant and so glorious that Jt attracts,
fascinates and compels admiration.
•Parisian Sage, the scientific and ideal
hair rejuvenator and tonic, will cavjse
hair to grow. It will turn harsh, with
ered hair Into lustrous and bewitching*
ly luxuriant hair in a few days.
It is a most delightful hair dressing
that kills the dandruff germs, stops
falling hair, and eradicates dandruff
in two weeks, or your money back.
Go to McBrlde & Will Drug Com
pany and buy a large 60»cent bottle
on tha money hack elan.
Apply to ticket agents of the North
Western line for full information.
PUT EMBARGO ON C. & A.
Order Issued Restricting Kind of
-Freight to Be Received For Line.
Superintendent H. G. Kruse, of the
and inspect our store. We can sell you Iowa Central, Tuesday issued an order
groceries as cheap as any store in the
city. All goods will 'be delivered right to
l0
gjj agenfts of the line notifying them
that Untu furt
her notice they would
not receive for shipment to or via the
Chicago & Alton consignments of live
stock, perishable goods and merchan
dise. The reason for the issuance of
the order is because of congestion of
traffic on the ,C. & A. due to weather
conditions.
Ingleside Farm For Sale,
Consisting of 240 acres three miles
from Conrad, Grundy county, Iowa.
Practically all tillable land, all fenced
and cross-fenced. Hog tight pasture.
Running water year round. Good well.
Good bearing orchard. Ten room house,
furnace heated. Complete set of out
buildings, large barn, granary, double
cron crib hog cattle, and machine
sheds. $200 per acre land, but if taken
before March 1 will be sold for consid
erably less. J. H. McBirney.
Notice to Elks.
There will be a special meeting of
Marshall Lodge, No, 312, B. P. O. E.,
In Forney's hall, Friday night. Please
be present. Lloyd R. Maxwell, exalted
ruler B. Z. Mack, secretary.
Local Weath»r Aacord.
Wednesday's maximum temperature
was 46, compared with 28 for the day
before. The minimum temperature for
the day was 20 at 7 o'clock in the
morning. The thermometer showed 3?
at 7 o'clock this morning.
Johnson
Cm*
to Jury.
The Johnson vs. Painter case, which
bas been on trial In tha diBtriat «ourt,
was given to tho jury lata this after-
vr-
Mar-
Pianist Gives Program Before
shalitown Women's Club.
Des The Women's Club met in regular
se:-sion Wednesday afternoon at Red
Men's hall, with a large number pres
ent. During the brief business session
Mrs. Susie White was called upon to
read a letter from Mrs. Moore, pres
ident of the General Federation of
Women's Clubs, regarding the meeting
of that organization in Cincinnati next
May. The secretary read a letter of
thanks from the Y. W. C. A., to which
the cIub
recently made a gift of J25.
Th®
I,rogram of the
afternoon iVas
in charge of the art and music depart
ment. of which Mrs. B. F. Cummings is
chairman, and consisted of a very de
lightful piano recital by Miss Grace
to one
as com
pelled to substitute others for two Bach
numbers which appeared on the printed
gwingley re-
sponded several times to enthusiastic
the only guest present from out of
town.
DECISION FAVORABLE
County Attorney Sees Hope for Local
Cases in Supreme Court in Decision
of Rink vs. Bollinger, Saloon Case
From Davenport Court.
County Attorney J. H. Egermayer
sees hope for a state victory in the lo
cal saloon cases nov in the supreme
court, by reason of the higher court's
TIMES-REPTJBLICAN, MAKSHAMTTO'WTtf, IOWA, JAOTABT 20 1910
WELL-KNOWN CITIZEN AND FOR­
MER MEMBER OF COUNCIL
PASSES TO REWARD.
DEATH ENDS MONTHS OF
PAIN AND SUFFERING
W. S. Reed Prominent in G. A. R.
Circles and Had Been Identified With
City's Business Interests For Many
Years—Case to County in Early '50s
—Funeral Arrangements Not Made.
W. S. Reed, an old resident of the
county, for many years identified with
i«e business interests of this city, a
former member of the city council
from the First ward, and prominent in
local G. A. R. circles, died at his home,
8 North Ninth street, at 10:10 Wednes
day night, of cancer.
Mr. Reed had been in failing health
for eighteen months. For some time
it was supposed his trouble was ap
pendicitis, and with the expectation
that a surgical operation would relieve
him he was placed on the operating
table on July 24 last. An exploratory
incision resulted in the knowledge of
the presence of the malignant trouble,
no operation was performed. On
and
Nov. 4 last Air. Beed went to Rochester
in a last hope- that there might be some
help for him by the use of the knife,
but a similar exploratory operation
there was all that was attempted. (Mr.
Reed has been failing rapidly for sev
eral days, and the end has been looked
fo'- hourly.
Came to County in Early Day.
William Smiley Reed was born in
Knox county, Illinois, May 4, 1S4S, and
came to Iowa with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Reed, four years lat
*-'r. The family settled in this county,
a' Lafayette, now the town of Albion.
Mr. E6ed-S marriage t0 Mjss AUc9
encores. Brown, of Vienna township, took place
Miss Jean Russell, of Denver, was
on Nov 2
,_
1&6S Mr ]iee was a car
penter trade# and also {amied URtn
1SS3, when he moved to this city and
built a home at 301 North First avenue.
Here he and his family resided until
Oct. 10. 1907, when they moved to the
home where Mr. Seed died.
Old Furnace Man.
Mr. Reed gave up work at his trade
twenty years ago and went into the
furnace business. For a time he was
on the road for the International Fur
nace Company, of Utica, N. Y„ and
later traveled for the 1/ennox Furnace
Company, of this oity. For five years
prior to his illness he was in the em
ploy of the Meyer Furnace Company,
of Peoria, III.
Served Term on Council.
While he never took much active
interest in city politics Mr. Reed was
prevailed upon to run for councilman
from the First ward in XS88, with Capt.
Nelson Ames a ^indidate for his second
term as mayor. s» Mr. Rfeed was elected,
and succeeded A. B. Cooper, serving
one term, 1888-90.
Had Hard Time to Enlist.
In his efforts to become a soldier dur
ing- the war Mr. Reed made three dif
ferent applications for enlistment be
fore he was accepted. The first two
times he was refused foecause of his
youth. Flnaly he walked to Bedford,
Taylor county, where he was accepted,
and entered the service in Company
D, Forty-sixth Iowa infantry, on May
21, 1S64. The company was in com-
man(j 0f
"P" ctves» uauj ai. v- mana of Capt. Leonard T. Mcuoun, and
means
next
evening, via the
drawn -^'caS°, Union Pacific & North "W est- jn
ern line.
San Francisco "Overland Limited" the
electric lighted daily train to •California
for first class sleeping car passengers
only, continues to leave Chicago 7 p.
m„ only three days to San Francisco,
Direct connections for all southern Cal
ifornia points, with choice of routes
via the San Joaquin Valley or the scen
ic coast line.
Thru Pullman tourist sleeping cars
on the China & Japan fast mail to San
Francisco. Los Angeles and Portland,
daily without change.
New thru service between Chicago
and Seattle without change Pullman
tourist sleeping cars leave Chicago
dally at 10 p. m. on the electric lighted
the
Capt. Leonard T. McCoun, and
,ate
Col David
comman(
Henderson was
3 the regiment. Mr. Reed
was discharged at expiration of his
term on Sept. 23, 1S64.
Mr. Reed has always taken an active
interest in the affairs of Frank M.
Thomas Post, No. 94, G. A. R., of
which he has been a member for many
years. He was also a member of Mar
shall Lodge, No. 108, A. F. and A. M.
Mr. Reed is survived by his widow
and four children—Hairy (R(eed, of
Corpus Christi, Tex. Charlotte A.
Reed, of this city George A., who Is
a forest assistant in the Grand Canyon
reserve in Arizona and I^aura A. Reed,
who is at home. Two other children of
Mr. and Mrs. p.eed, a twin son and
daughter, died in infancy. Mr. Reed is
also survived by three brothers, John
O. Reed, of Angora, Okla. Nelson C.
Reed, of Liohrville, and Harmony Reed,
of Chicago.
The arrangements for the funeral
have not yet been completed, awaiting
word from the relatives at^a distance.
'Real Estate Transfers.
O. M. Shryock to R. L. Shryock, one
lot in Rhodes, 1500.
Theodocia .Shryock to R. Zi. Shryock,
part of two lots in Edeirville, $800.
Theodocia Shryock, et. al., to Henry
and Christina Herbold, three lots in
Rhodes, $850.
Sarah E. Sheldon and husband, to
Free
Rheumatism
Cure
A Home Cure Will Be Given FREE
By One Who Had It.
In the spring of 1893 I -was at
tacked by Muscular and Xnflaimnta
ory Rheumatism I suffered aa only
those who have It know, for over
three years. I tried remedy after
remedy, and doctor after doctor, but
such relief as I received was oply
temporary. (Finally, I found a rem
edy that cured me completely, and
it 'has never returned, il have' given
it to a number who were terribly af
flicted and even bed ridden 'With
Rheumatism, and it effected a cure
in every case.
I will send a free trial of tills
precious remedy by mail, postpaid
to any sufferer who writes for it.
Just fill out the coupon below and.
mail it to me today.
•Mark H. Jackson, No. 409 James
street, Syracuse, iff. Y,
Jdr. Jackson is responsible. Above
statement true.—Pub,
(Name "i.v.
Address .,
H. J. Allard, Marietta township, $1.
Henry iL. Smith and wife, to Inputs
Smith, 120 acres in (Minerva township,
*1.
Henry L. Smith, to Minerva Halt
ing-, 180 acres in Minerva township, $1.
Henry L. Smith, 120 acres in Minerva
township, $1.
Henry L. Smith, to William Smith,
120 acres in Minerva township, $1.
J. L. Miller, et. al., of Jewell, Kan., to
Eugene D. Hamilton, two small tracts
near corner of Church and Twelfth
street.
LOCAL MARKETS.
Prices Paid to Farmers by Marshall
town Dealers.
The following prices are quoted by
Marshalltown dealers for the different
varieties of farmers' provisions, grain,
produce and poultry, aiso for hides,
tallow, wool, pelts and skins.
Reynolds & Sheldon quote the fol
lowing prices in trade for country pro
duce effective until further notice:
Best country butter—30 in trade.
Fresh eggs—33 in trade.
GRAINS.
E. E. Benedict & Co. will pay the
following prices at their place of busi
ness in this city:
Old corn—55.
New corn—53.
Oats, new—41.
Timothy hay—12 50.
Oats straw—7.50. -v:
HIDES. FUR AND WOOL.
H. Willard, Son & Co., quote the fol
lowing prices:
Green hides—S.
Horse hides—2.50.
Sheep pelts—1.25, .75, .BO
No. 1 tallow—5.
Rough fat—2.
Medium wool—25^26.
Coarse wool—23® 24.
Fine wool—20(§21.
Western or territory—[email protected] A
Muskrats—25fi 50.
Mink—5.00. 4 00, 3.00.
Skunk—3.00, 2.00, 1.00.
Civet cat—?5'g50.
Raccoon—50® 2.00.
Opossum—25® 60.
Woman's Worth Recognized.
At present the highest salaried
woman doing departmental work in
Washington is Miss A. H. Shortrldge
of New York city. The state depart
ment recently recognized her serv
ices by promotion to a salary of
$2,600 per annum, the highest pay
ever given to any woman worker by
Uncle Sam. Miss Shortridge began
with a position of $900 a year, and has
gradually worked her way up by effi
cient service.—National Magazine.
The Best Cough Syrup is Easily
Made at Home.
Tou can make a full pint of
cough syrup in five minutes by
this recipe—enough to last a fam
ily a long time—at a cost of only
5-4 cents. It is not only cheaper,
but better than the cough medi
cines you buy. Its taste is pleas
ant—children likt it. It stops ob
stinate coughs in a hurry, and Is
splendid for throat troubles.
Granulated Sugar Syrup. .13%oz.
Finer 2%oz.
Put 2% oz. of Pfnex In a pint
bottle and fill up with graulated
sugar syrup made as follows*.
Take a pint of granulated sugar,
ad pint of warm water and
stir about 2 minutes. Take a
teaspoonful every one, two and
three hours.
This recipe wil not work with
any at the weaker pine prepara
tions. Use the real Pinex itiself,
which is the most valuable con
centrated compound of Norway
White Pine Extract. All drug
gists have it, or can get it easily
on request.
Strained honey can be used in
stead of the syrup, and makes a
very fine honey and pine tar
cough syrup.
•5
larfteat Known Tbneplae*.
The earliest knows timer-lec* re
sembling a modem clock in that it
was driven by weights attached to
wheels was sent to King Pepin 5
frauce by Pope Paid
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760
I c.
3 Tremont B1
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Schmidt
The Quality Store
8afa Enough.
"A poet speaks of taking a flight ofl
fancy on golden wl=gs of song."
Absurd talk, Isn't It?
"Tea,
it is. SU1, be wont break hii
aeck that way."
Your Heir is Worth It
Afraid to use hair preparations? Don't know exactly what to do?
Then why not consult your doctor? Isn't your hair worth ft?
Ask him if he endorses Ayer's Hair Vigor for falling hair.
Does not Color the Hair
The Automatic Vacuum Cleaner
With a broom she
moves the dust—
with a carpet sweep
er she gathers some
of it up—with an
Automatic
Vacuum
Cleaner
She Removes All Dust and Germs
Hand Power Cleaner $25.00
If interested will rent you a cleaner for 25c
per hour.
For anything that is new, practical or helpful in
house or kitchen, see
Fo SCHMIDT
"The Stove Man"
Block, Marshalltown, Iowa
Sells New Home Sewing Machines.
GANTZ'S HARNESS.
Down at
GANTZ'S PLACE
105-107 West Main St.
Archie Parker
Ladies' Tailor Made Skirts
Special Values at $4.00
-T,
Worth up to $7.00 and $8.00. These skirts
are made at our own factory and finished in
the best of style and are very much better than
the ordinary ready made skirt.
New White Goods
Advance showing of the newest things in
white goods. The styles are a little bit dif
ferent and a little better than the ordinary.
McCALL'S PATTERNS
ARE BETTER
Etands for stylo and
quality. Think It over and
If we are not right tell us
BO, and if not tell us ••why
if you are looking for a
good honest harness medi
um priced good enough for
anybody we have it. We
want every farmer who
has hordes and rigs to seer
our complete line of har
ness and fine buggies, also
our fine line of robes, both
plush and fur Tobes for tho
man and good warm blank
ets for the horse. Don't
loose any time, come in to
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