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Tli* Ha^kim Stamp.
Our spring overcoatings are new and
tailor one for
Scotch effects, In light
shades. We have the new oxford and
Cambridge mixtures with nice soft silk
you are right,
Hopkins & Son
and pleasure and feel
because It will
you. Hopkins & Son the
Waldo will discontinue
music classes for the next few
until further notice.—Adver
•USBY BROS, Msnsasr*
KLAW and ERLANGER'S
THE DRAMATIC MARVEL. OF THE
Prioos lower floor $2.00
First two rows balcony $2.00
Next three rows balcony $150
Last two rows'balcony $1.00
Gallery 50o. Box seats 2.50
No seats laid away no phons orders
IBATI NOW MUNRA
Mall orders now accepted.
THE FAMOUS JUVENILE
AN ORIGINAL. OPERA COMIQUE
The Princess Chic
With an all-girl cast
A COMPLETE PRODUCTION
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00
SEATS NOW SELLING,
Special Matinee 3 p. m.
THE SUCCESS OF THE CENTURY
WM. A. BRADVS COMPLETE N. Y.
TREASURED IN A MILLION HOMES
Prices, Matinee, 50,75 and $1
Night, 50c, 75c, $1. and $1.50
Seats on sale Thursday 10 a. n£
High Class Vaudeville
The Smart Up-to-date Musi
With a big cast of metropolitan artists
The big song show, with beauty chorus.
Complete ohango of program Sunday
day—Mstinee Saturday 230
10 cents to everybody.
No matter whether you have
much or little painting to do this
spring, it will pay you to investi
gate the exceptional qualities of
These paints cost less and go
farther than other paints. We
have paints for porches,
Enamel for Bath tubs, furni
Varnish stains to convert any
ordinary woodwork into a close
Imitation of the finer woods.
In fact, we have a paint for
every special purpose. Our prices
Come in and have a paint talk.
Peter Mayer & Son
THE QUALITY DRUG STORE
19 W. Main St, Msrshalltown, la.
I IF YOU'RE LOOKING
fpr a place wl»ef» you. can have shoes
repaired to look As well as new and
oO«t less than ususlbriag.them td
OUR SHOE W£PAIR SHOP.
leut prices aim* prevail' fa Tjibtfefc
lftels. Why not. haVe a pair putatou*
Call ssi aMout all kinOi ofthe
SHOE REPAIRING AT LOWEST
Jeaactta 8hoe Hospital
CITY IN BRIEF
Q. B. Tuttle. the Jeweler.
properly 'flitted. Hsllberg.
Dr. Ballard, osteopath. II West Mala.
Remember the Methodist supper,
March 17. Committee.
O. L. Lane, of Toledo, was In the
city Friday on business.
I am now located over the Iowa Sav
ing* Bank. Dr.. B. O. Frazey, dentist.
Sprlnjr millinery opening Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Miss
Odeon orchestra*'. danco Saturday
night, Red Men halL Ticket* 50 cents
Exclusive millinery in the latest
styles will be shown at our spring
opening, March 17 to 20. Miss Middle
The Court of Honor will give a St.
Patrick's dance March 17, at Red
-Man's hall. Evening tickets 50 cents,
extra ladies 10 cents. Committee.
Good advice is, "Go to Church Sun
day" and during the week order your
groceries, fruits and vegetables from
this grocery. 'Phone 805. Crosby &
You are cordially invited to come and
see the lovely display of hats for dress
wear and street wear, at our millinery
spring opening March 17 to the 20th.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Streeter, Mrs.
Lulu McGoogan, and Mrsl Mamie Yore,
the latter of Sheridan, Wyo., will go to
Des Moines this evening to spend Sun
day with Mrs. Streeter's sister, Mrs.
The best selection and greatest va
riety of wall papers in Iowa will be
found at Everist's wall paper store. A
few more rooms could be done on short
notic. Bverist wall paper house,* oppo
site Methodist church.
Moscrip spent Friday evening
in Ames, where he adted as one of the
judges in the annual debate, between
Iowa State College and the Michigan
Agricultural College. The former team
was given the decision.
Tonight we place -oh sale a regular
25 cent ruching for 10 cents per yard.
One case soft finish round .thread
bleached muslin 42 Inches wide, worth
15 cents, goes at 10 cents tonight. Nemo
corsets tonight 98 cents. Men's negli
gee shirts, $1 values, for 39 cents. E.
Members of the Ladies' Aid Society
of the Central Church of Christ were
entertained in the church parlors Fri
day afternoon by Mesdames E. C.
'Brown, C.'SC. Brown Mary'Curtis,'"and
•H. C. Connell. There was good'attend
ance, and after, routine business, sewing
•was enjoyed and refreshments were
Red Rose Japan tea is a strictly high
grade, uncolored, Japan leal- fired by
experts to just the point of toastlness,
that gives it the rich full flavor'so de
sired by lovers of a light liquored tea.
Sold by grocers in one-half pound
packages at 25 cents never sold in
bulk. Ask your grocer. Letts-Fletcher
The Twentieth Century Club will be
entertained Monday evening at ths
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McCreery,
704 West Main street. Miss Louise
Wallace Hackney, of Chicago, wll give
a dramatic interpretation, "The Mol
lusk." Tolbert MacRae, barytone, of
Dcs Moines, will give a group of songs,
with iMiss Emilf Perkins as .his ac
luncheon was given Friday after
noon by Mesdames B. A. Morgan, F. W.
Alban, B. C. Taylor, and C. C. Trine, at
the Morgan home, 311 East Main street.
The proceeds of the affair were donated
to the hostesses''division of the Con
gregational aid society. F^ifty guests
attended, and the hostesses, assisted by
Mrs. E. P. Miller and Mrs. H. A. Kin
nan, served luncheon at 1 o'clock. The
afternoon hours were spent socially.
Fifty members-of the Ladies' Aid
Society of the Presbyterian church
were entertained Friday afternoon and
MTS. N. S. 'Ketchum and Mrs. E. S.
Ketchum at the home of the former,
309 East Church street. After the busi
ness routins the hours were spent vis
iting and with fancy work. In serv
ing refreshments the hostesses were
assisted by Mrs. Grove W. itarris, Miss
Marjorie Ketchum, and Anna Ketchum.
The services at the Congregational
church. First and Church streets,' are
enjoying increased attendance and in
terest. The themes tomorrow will be
at 11 a..m., "The Manward Side of Re
ligion," at 5 o'clock, "Christ's Ex
periences on the First Day of Passion
Week" or "Religion and Business." Ex
cellent music. Three Sunday's more
in the old church. Bible school at 9*45
a. m. Bring your friends. Brother
Mrs. 'W. F. David and Miss Leila
David, 4 North Second street, enter
tained the members Of Der Deutshe
Unteraltungs Kreis Friday afternoon
The earlier part of the afternopre^was
devoted .to the stijdy of the Icsqon^and
later the time was spent socially." At
5 o'clock Miss David, assisted by Miss
Josephine 5abitsjuau and Miss Faith
Mrs. W. D. Newnam, of Omaha, and
Miss Rachel Cannon, of Hamilton,
Mont., were out-of-town guests.
The musical compositions of Fred
eric Knight Logan, the composer and
promoter of "Progress,"- the pageant
jdfiama recently given by the" Federa
Anjong Uhese, productions are. "The
Plp.es ot&tm?' *&. watte- of Ave pieces
*"In tiBrahmin ^Garden," an East In
dian cycle oC foyr songs "Song Mlnia
seven su»£5. Arr.cr.g thc/$sc p!ecA se
lections are "Rose of My. Heart," "In
Fancy's Bower." "But Why," "Klllar
ney. My Home O'er the Sea," "Valse
Marguerite," a "P. E .O."
Pickard Piano House, 105-107 West
Solid Silver., Chamberlain.
Bring yor. watch— la. Hodgwa,
Dr. Graham, osteopath. Ma#onlc twayli
Diamond merchandise. Chamber
A. B, McCartney cleans wall paper.
To Rent—Three to five rooms, April
1. 'Phone 597 yellow.
For moving or storage see us. Whit*
Transfer lino, 18 South First avenue.
I am now located over the Iowa Sav
ings Bank. Dr. B. O. Frazey, dentist.
Ray Isenberg, of Green Mountain,
spent the day in the city on business.
Popcorn that pops. 'Phone 284 and
1184. George C. McCord, west end
Northern grown potatoes down to 69
cents a bushel. Flower meat, grocery
and fruit stores.
Dudley Gregory "left for Sioux City
this afternoon for an over-Sunday
visit with friends.
Big corn, four cans for 25 cents or
7 cents a can. 'Phone 214. Flower meat,
grocery and fruit stores.
Cassle MulllneaU*. Richards, violin
teacher. 21C Masonic Temple, Wednes
days and Saturdays.—Advertisement.
and veterinary hospital 107-
1U» Juast State. Assistant state vctcr
The bible study department of the
Woman's Club will meet Monday after
noon with Mrs. Ella. McKlm.
The study class of the Twentieth
Century Club will meet Monday after
noon at the public library.
Beginning Monday, five packages of
Krinkle corn flakes 25 cents, or two for
15 cents. Flower meat, grocery and
Mrs. George Frederick, of Conrad,
who has been the guest of Mesdames
J. V. Bass and Daley Dilley for a few
days, returned home this morning.
Big tomatoes, three large cans for
24 cents, or 8% cents a can. Big peas,
three cans for 24 cents, or 84 cents a
can. Flower meat, grocery and fruit
Miss Midlekauff announces the dis
play of the very latest millinery styles
in pattern hats, as well as creations de
signed by Miss Anderson of Chicago.
Lyle Eason, a student at the State
University at Lincoln, Neb., arrived in
the city this morning to spend his
spring vacation at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Eason.
The funeral of Mrs. Stanley Pierce
will be held from the Pentecostal
church of the Xazarene, Sunday after
noon, at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. J. M. Wines
officiating. Interment will be in River-
Mrs. A. j. Gamm, 3 East Grant street,
entertained a dozen friends informally
Friday evening, complimentary to Miss
Eetella Schaffer, of Mason City. Five
hundred was enjoyed during the eve
ning and refreshments were- served by
Any wall paper will cover up old or
dirty walls but the Birge wall papers
sold by Everist will decorate your
home. Select now and have your date
reserved. Papers from 5 cents the roll
and up. Everist wall paper house, op
posite the Methodist church.
Earl and Burl Helphrey, of Newton,
have rented the Chris Dorman farm of
240 acres south of Laurel, and the for
mer and his family took possession this
week. W. A. Hotchkiss, who has been
tenanting the place, has moved to a
farm three miles west of Grinnell.
Jacob Francis arrived from Chicago
this morning. Mr. Francis was former
ly with Mandel Bros., where he was the
cutter and designer of ladies' tailoring.
Mr. Francis will open his ladies'' tail
oring parlors in the Tremont block.
Jacob Francis, artistic ladies' tailor.
Tonight we place on sale a regular
25 cent ruching fpr 10 cents per yard.
One case soft finish round thread
bleached muslin 42 inches wide, worth
15 cents, goes at 10 cents tonight.
Nemo corsets tonight 98 cents. Men's
negligee shirts $1 values, for 39 cents.
E. R. Lay.
If you have enjoyed the music ren
dered by the orchestra of the Central
Church of Christ each Sunday evening,
you will be more than pleased in at
tending the entertainment consisting
of readings, songs, violin solos, piano
numbers, etc., the evening of March 18
at 8 o'clock. Price 15 and 25 cents.
A joint meeting of the Ladies' Aid
Society and the Mission Circle of the
Baptist church Was held Friday after
noon in the church parlors. The hos
tesses were Mesdames W. F. Long, Jr.,
Ira Johnston, J. H. Johnston, and N. F.
Miller. Luncheon was served at 1
o'clock, after which the mission mem
bers held their program, which was led
by Mrs., J. M. Fort. Later a business
session was held by both societies.
"Princess Chic" which comes to the
Odeon Sunday evening, unquestionably
is in the front rank of the great Amer
ican comic opera success of the de
cade responsible for the select small
list that would include such wonderful
hits as "Dolly Varden," "Florodora"
and possibly half a dozen others. The^
Juvenile BostOhians Opera Company
is bringing the piece here in a produc
tion modeled as closely after the orig
inal lines as the same men who
groomed it for its memorable New
York first night could direct. Odeon.
The Arnold Mothers' Club held Its
regular monthly meeting Friday after-j
noon at th^ school building, and was.
largely attended. Dr. Cora Williams-'
Choate, gave the address «r the after
noon, her subject being, "The Girl In'
Her 'Teens." The talk was followed
by an open discussion by the members.!
Miss Wanda Arney sang, accompanied,
by Miss Minnie Butler. The remainder1
of the program included pleasing piano
numbers by Adeline Thayer, Margaret
Holt, and Ruth Van Law. After tHe
program the hostesses, Mesdames C.|
H. Van Law, G. F. Thayor. C. O.
Seberg and 7. W. Edenburn served re
Mrs. Graham W. Lawrence, 3 North
Ninth street, entertained at luncheon.
Friday complimentary to Mr*. R. F.
French, who will leave the first of
April fpr Europe. The guests 1ncluded:
twelve of Mrs. French's more Intimate
friends and at 1 o'clock a four-uoursf•
luncheon was served. The table wais
attractively decorated in green and
lighted with green candles. The place,
cards were little kewpies, ^ach bear
ing an "appropriate inscription to the
guest. The afternoon hours wer«,
pleasantly spent visiting and' with
fancy work. Mrs. Fred Stevens, of
Iowa City, was the only guest from out
of the city. Dr. and Mrs. French, and
Mrs. T. M. Thompson, of Los Angeles^'
mother of Mrs. French,
New York, April 15, on the Kalse:
Franx- Joseph, of
travel to points
Frehcjh will study dDrtng~'-th£ summer.
TIMES-REPUBLICAN, MARSHALLTOWN. IOWA. .1
Kodak flnlahlng. Caiaora Shop.
Howard watches. Chamberlain.
Dr. BurkartT ost^ppathT
14 W. Main.
Joseph Ralls, of Llscomb, was in the
city Friday on business.
I am now located over the Iowa Sav
ings Bank. Dr.
O. Frazey, dentist.
Odeon Orchestra dance Saturday
night. Red Men Hall. Tickets
Mrs. D. C. Nohr and son Lee, Miss
and Brice Ward, of
of Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Paul, 7 North Eighth street, Fri
The Ladies, Gutld of St. Paul's
church will meet Monday for an all
day sew at the R. R. Bradbury home.
The hostesses will be Mesdames Eliza
beth Lawrjnce and H. K. Denmead.
Dr. J. J. Fltzpatrick goes to Ames In
the morning to preach at the chapel
eervice of Iowa State College. At 4
o'clock in the afternoon he addresses a
meeting of Catholic students of the
Have you seen the great values we
are offering in our silk sale. If not, it
will pay you to come this evening and
see them. This morning we had over
150 diffeernt patterns of foulard silks
and while many have been closed, we
still show a good assortment. E. R.
A WONDERFUL MAN
Marvelous Machinery Is of No Use Un
less the Man at the Machrne Knows—
Understands His Work.
John Jeanetta shoe hospital at 9
North First avenue, has both the won
derful machinery and a man who
knows and understands each and every
detail of the shoe repairing business.
All the latest machinery is to be
found here. Every stitch taken on your
shoe is guaranteed if the work is done
at the Jeanetta shoe hospital. You will
find here a machine that can sew any
shoe, tha^ is something other machines
in this city are unable to do. We guar
antee our work, every stitch, every half
sole, every rubber heel and every piece
we turn out. Wc will fix your tango
shoes with rubber soles.
JOHN JEANETTA'S SHOE HOSPI
TAL, 9 North First avenue.
HELLBERG WILL RUN.
News For the County Central Commit
tee If They Only Knew It.
To the Voters: If I ever run for of
fice it will be for that honorable and
distinguished position of ring bearer to
the American people, and for my tiuali-
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST TWENTY
FIVE YEARS AGO IN MARSHALLTOWN
Friday, March 15, 1889.
"Justice Stotts is building a new
residence on North First street."
"The Story City branch brought in
the Usual large crowd this morning."
"Mr. J. McPherson has purchased the
Jennings property on East State street
and will improve it."
Marshalltown people are becoming
the local stock, but the company will
not wait for spring burning, but freight
in the brick for the building. As it is
now unrefined starch Is shipped to
Peoria and there put thru the relinin?
process, an expensive and annoying
method. The most improved apparatus
ture of starch as well as glucose made
At a meeting held by citizens tem
porary organization of a law and order
league was perfected, tho object being
to support city authorities In the sup
pression of "disorders of all sort."
Committees were chosen iis follows:
Organization. E. Boardman. D. T.
Smith, Johnson Allen: resolutions. Rev.
J. H. Xlblpck. Joseph Holmes. T.
Bailey invitation. Dr. George Gltck. N.
W. Wood. Nathan Worley, Henry East,
Saturday, March 16, 1889.
"The Misses Binford, Church. Hal
bert, Nlblnck, Miller, Snclllng. McMil
lan. and other charming girls, opened
a candy exchange at Legg Bros.' this
afternoon, and will remain open till
8 this evening. They bulldoze their
papas out of the money to buy sugar,
and their mammas out of the use of
the kitchen. Then they make lovely
candy and sell It cheap, and all the
proceeds go to help the poor and af
Advertisement: "Fresh eggs, 10 cents
a dozen, at Aisqulth's."'
Sunday, March 17.
"Protracted meetings" opened at the
Christian church, in charge of Rev.
M. P. Hayden, pastor of the church.
Mr. Hayden was assisted by Rev.
M. Haggard,, of Oskaloosa.
Monday, March 18, 1889.
C. H. Thomas, of West Union,
opened a new dry goods store at 4
West Main street.
Mayor Nelson Ames, at the first
meeting of the new council, named R.
H. Whitenack as marshal
deputy marshal Henry M. East, mem
ber of the police force: Charles F.
Breckel, street commissioner Joseph
H. Johnston, chief of the fire depart
ment: Charles J. Jarvls, assistant
Rudolph -Henry, second assistant. J. G.
Trotter was' unanimously re-elected
city clerk toy the council. There had
been much speculation on the street
jind in the newspaper as to the ap
pointees for the different offices, and
the following "slates" were announced
from "inside Information": Clerk, J.
G. Trotter, present Incumbent, Thomas
McLarnan, Perry Maok, D. A. Lacy,
Wass street commissioner, Jack
Welsh, present Incumbent,
missioner GeoEg* '-t*. Barstow. Charles
Breckel, Wllllain Long marshal, D.
Waters, present Incumbent,
The party expects tt bo gono ate l«r, R. H. Whitenack, James Haskell,
A1 Sharp, 9-
W *& V£ft
fications I point to my seventeen years'
faithful servic* In that capacity to the
people of this vicinity. During that time
I have always carried more rings in
stock than throe avsrage jewelry stores.
I have set precious stones to order in
thO rings which just suited my cus
tomers' fancy and this year 1 have be
gun putting wedding rings on the fin
gers which once wore
my store. Rings are
PROMPT PAYMENT OF $1,003.40.
Receivea Check From The Mutual Life
H. W. Shove & Son. 300 Masonic
Temple, Marshulltown, Iowa, received
Conroy, Iowa, March 9, 1914. H. W.
Shove & Son, or to whom it may con
cern: This Is to acknowledge that I
have th!« day received from The
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
New York, thru their agent. Mr. H. E.
Oldaker, of Vonroy, Iowa, a draft for
Jl.003.40. being the full face value and
the accumulated portion of one year's
dividend on policy No. 2083444. Issued
to my daughter. Francis Halverson,
July 15, 1913, made to me as bene
I desire to state that I am well satis
lied with the prompt and honorable
method of dealing that the company
and their agents pursue and I heartily
recommend the Mutual Life Insurance
Company for the protection of their
I desire to sincerely thank the com
pany and its officers and agents.
MRS. REBECCA HALVERSOX.
NEW COLONIAL TONIGHT.
Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's
The great special feature photo play
of the best New England story and
play ever written, an absolutely true
picture of New England life and char
Quincy Adams Sawyer as a photo
play is perfect in every detail, beauti
ful scenery, full of heart Interest and
New England atmosphere that brings
back the thrills of childhood. The
comedy sccnes thruout the entire play
are delightful and ring with mirth and
luughter, full of action something do
ing every minute.
Did you ever court a country girl?
Sin? in a country- church choir? Go to
a husking bee? Vote in a town meet
ing? Quincy Adams Sawyer did.
Adults, 10 cents: children. 5 cents.
I stable Charles Cole. J. W. Smalley.
John Wright, James Edgar, "Newt"
Garwool: members of the police force.
Officers McClure and Force. J. M.
Adams, "Andy" Abbott, Frank Beck
wlth, John Wlnebrenner, "Dad" Durell,
Thomas Reed, Ira Cummlngs. After
the above "slates" had been published
John Wright and J. W. Edgar denied
bewildered trying to keep track of the that they were candidates for marshal,
miscellaneous improvements and ex
tensions made by Ih^, Flrmenich,
Manufacturing Company. Buildings
upon buildings have gone up in rapid
succession, until the works literally
spread over acres of ground. But op
erations have by no means stopped.
Indeed, considering the success of the
plant, and its magnificent and natural
field, it is questionable whether they
have fairly begun. Just at present the
fine weather is being utilized In finish-
and would not consider appointment.
At the reorganization meeting of the
school board Dr. W. B. Klbbey was
elected president. A committee was
named to rent the Odeon for the grad
uation exercises, and it was decided
to charge an admission fee of 10 cents
for the ibenedt of the high school
Tuesday, March 19, 1889.
"A few farmers of the county have
begun sowing small grain—oats and
ing a three-story brick, 100x80, the roof wheat and many others are gettlnj
timbers of which are in position. Next ready to do so.
will follow a complete starch refinery, Wednesday, March 20, 1889.
in size about 100x65 and five stories "About forty of the G. A. R. boys
high, the building of which, it is said, and relief corps ladles dropped In upon
will begin immediately. The unex- Mr. J. E. Wlldman rather unexpeoted
pected demand for brick has exhausted l^y
'n ^onor h's
Ladles of the B. of L. E. gave a
"calico ball" at the I. O. O. F. hall that I
proved an enjoyable affair. The com
mlttees In charge of the affair were:
Arrangements: Mesdames J. L. Tip
ton, R. F. Holt, D. J. Collins invlta-
will be'put in here, and the manufae- tion, Mesdames Frank Snyder. Charles
Anderson. J. M. Speer floor, Mes.OAfV
dames S. T. Barnhill, Joe Burk, Churles
The residence of Amos Crlpps, near
Albion, waa totally destroyed by fire,
due to an adjoining smoke house. The
dwelling was In flames before the fire
wns discovered. An organ and a small
table were the only things saved from
the building. The loss was estimated
at $1."'00, with no insurance.
Thursday, March 21, 1889.
Frank E. Wheeler and 'Miss Anna R.
Williams were married at the Congre
gational church by Rev. W. R. Scar
James C. Bally, of Linn township,
and Miss Hattle D. Bellus, of Timber
Creek, were married by Rev. William
A daughter was born to ..Mr. and I
Mrs. Will Loree. (Miss Ruth Loree,
"Lincoln King, once a citizen here,
who attracted considerable attention
at one time in connection with the
Belie Plaine spouting well, Is creating
a furore as an evangelist in Jersey
City, N. J."
Daniel B. Elliott and Emma E.
Early, of I^Iscomb township, and Al
fred Burger and Cora E. Smith, of
Timber Creek township, were granted
licenses to wed.
John Dllllon appeared at the Odeon
In hlB new comedy, "A Sky Scraper," a
satire on the baseball craze. The audi
ence was only of. fair size. While Dil
lon was pronounced a splendid comed
ian, his support was declared poor.
Marietta. correspondence: "W. H. C.
Woodward.. sold Jive fat steerB last
week at the low price of $3.124 per
Strange as it may seem, f~om the
Ferguson correspondence: "A weddins:
took place !n«t e.v.enln* at Mr.. D. E.
Cooper's: IX E..Loring and his young
Liscomb i.-iiiBspiindcr.£c: "Dr. Whit
acre received the sad, tho not unex
pected Intelligence last Thursday of
the death of his father In Washing
Vienna correspondence: "T. P. Low
closed a very succcssful school at dis
trict No. 6 last Friday. In the even
ing the school gave
also some- good instrumental
Mr.). Eugene Hill. and Mrs.
me and I invite every voter to inquire
to my standing among those who
know me best. As to party I am bigger
than any political party in this ring
Brrckney very kindly assisted in help*
room- During Mr. Low's
term he has .won the confidence
pupils aad-patroM^v ^,^^^
Homer Pigeon Niwr
Found It* Way Back
A tragedy in bird
by workmen engaged in cleaning the
attic of the state carpenter shop at tho
soldiers' home Thursday afternoon.
There, in a corner of the room, lay
perfect, and in an excellent state of
aluminum band, showing that the bird,
had met Its fate prob
an open wipdow, and
$1.00 alarm docks'
aprons with caps
to match, tonight
on sale for
being shut in. The (ascription
Rhinestone and gold trimmed back combs with
barrettes to match, $1 values, tonight, per set
ribbon in all colors, and up to No. 100 silk 1
moire ribbon, 25c values, tonight, per yard. Dip
Monday Morning a Great Sale on Bleached Muslin,
Cambrics and Long Cloths.
Next in Importance to an Intelligent Selection of
Books is Their Proper Housing.
Sectional Book Case
By providing suitable quarters for the books we now
possess, as well as those we hope to acquire, offers by
far the most satisfactory solution of this problem.
The unit idea of Globe-Wernicke Sectional Book
cases contribute much to the artistic properties in
furnishing a room, because they easily conform to its
shape, size and the arrangement of doors and win
Globe-Wernicke Bookcases can be supplied in any
finish desired, to match harmoniously with finishes
in other selected designs of furniture.
•V* ,• .. •.
Mickel Furniture Co.
Opposite Court House on South Center Street
band is: "IH R. H. P. C.—
Of course the meaning of tbs tattttlf
aft only to be oonjoeturad. b«t ttufi
probabilities are that the "W
for the name ot some town and tho flk«
or letters mean "Honor Piston Clvlk*.
Tho date, '04. was tho year that tho
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of silk finished
moreen In nil new
That the pigeon died with Its llttlo:
head tucked under its wing la
by the shape
Tho greatest treat In sight Is th#'
concert to be given FYiday evening,
March 30, at tho Congregational
church by Mr. Shove, Salisbury, If lag
Bell and Mr«. Meeker and Cobb. Tlok«fe®
50 cent corsets In
the ufter supper
made from pure
sugar, real fruit