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if I" •laiT ,v I & N TRACTORS ADOPT PLANS TO AID VILLAGES IN DMPROVe4% Ti\ 2 WCNT WORK. r., r- 1 *. .1 TO FURtilSH PLANSFIWE Jr OutlinM to Be Provided Paving A Jr ft rli I ®)S«, a fFOR PUBLIC WORKS Fop Sowar, Water Developments Without Expense—4Muoh Work Con- templsted by Western Iowa Towns— Nebraska Represented at Mooting. Davenport Jan. 14.—The smaller Iowa municipality will be relieved of all preliminary expense and work In connection with sewer, paving aod water improvements In the future, ac cording to plans decided upon by the members of the Mid-West Improve ment Association, which closed Its an nual two-day convention here. Heretofore the small towns of Iowa and Nebraska, from which the-mem bers of the association comet have been burdened with expense of draw ing plans, making estimates, etc. The association expects to relieve the towns with this work and outline In detail their contemplated improve ment. The convention, which closed yes terday, was attended by sixty-live mu nicipal contractors of the two states. They discussed In detail business con ditions and plans for improving con ditions In the two states. Western lows to Improve. Western Iowa will be the field for a majority of municipal Improvements during the coming season, according to the views of the contractors. Pros pects are especially bright in that part of the state. iln eastern Iowa the cities have been slow In making plans for improve ments this year. Smaller towns are awakening to the necessity of more Improvements, say the contractors, and it is expected a majority of the work will be In the small municipali ties. Officers Elected. H. Parker, of Davenport, who was instrumental in securing the conven tion here, was re-elected second vice president of the association at the meeting yesterday. Following are the officers elected: President—W. Turner, Des Moines. First Vice President—M. A, Camery, Harlan. Second Vice President—H. J. Par ker, Davenport. Third Vice President—O. A. thmlap, Teeumseh, Neb. Secretary—Guy H. Smith, Indlenola. Treasurer—J. 8. Katx, Omaha. The convention closed with a ban quet at 7 (ftilock at the Harper house. THREE SON8 rN SERVICE. Two Sailor Boys and One Soldier From One Family at Ames. Special to Times-Republican. Ames, Jan. 14. Henry Matthews, who has been a resident of Ames for twenty-flve years olalms that be has more sons working for Uncle Sam than 2-l.any other man in Iowa. Three of his boys are ready to scrap for the coun -try at any time, two in the navy and one in the army, and they have taken up their work with the Intention of making It a life Job. i' Irvin Melvin, the oldest, 27, Is serv ing his third term on the battleship "Arkansas. His ship now is schooling at Charleston, S. C. The second son, Clarence, 23, is with the Eighth infantry of regulars in the Philippines. Everett Carl, the youngest, 20, is ^learning the naval game on the U. '"•JS. S. Dale, which Is now In China wa iters. '*M The father Is Just in receipt of a 'trip across the equator while en route to eastern waters. The boy says that there is great ceremony attached to •ibe event, and that every man on the vessel must make the acquaintance of Neptune by Jumping into the water while the imaginary line is being crossed. If they don't do It voluntarily, Ahey are thrown In. After It is all over each man re ceives a very ornate' diploma, about a /yard in length, with enough seals scattered about it to do credit to a ^Washington legal document. PROFESSOR MACY HONORED. Grlnnell Instructor Msde President of Society of Politicsl Science. Special to Times-Republican. Grlnnell, Jan. 14.—Prof. Jesse Macy, of Orinnell, was recently honored by being elected president of the Ameri can Society of political Science at the meeting of that organization recently held In Washington. Mr. Macy has held the office of vice president Of the society until the present office was offered him. As an authority in the field of political science he is eminent ly qualified to fill this position. Professor Macy's latest contribution to the literature dealing with political science subjects is a book prepared by himself and Prof. J. W. Oannaway, professor of political science at Orin nell, entitled "Comparative Free Gov ernment," which is. Just off the Mac 'Mlllan press and is one of a' series edited by Prof. Richard T. Ely. The book Is a comparison between the governments of the United States, iBngland, France,. Germany, Swltser land, other smaller European states, •pa Chile and Argentina in 'South Am erica. Ir takes up the systems of the United Staffs and England with great thoroughness. The new book is com prehensive and authoritative. and Is recognized as the most modern and up-to-date work of its kind and pur pose In existence. It Is being used in Grlnnell in some of the political sci ence classes and has found great favor. CALL BASEBALL MCETING.& Wsfaiter City to 8upbort Semi-Profes sionst Team This Sesson. Bpeolal to Times-HepUbliean. Webster,pity, Jan. 14. A called meeting* of Ihe membfcrs of |h# tvcb »ter oity-«asebafi Association will be hel4 Monday evening at the Journal office, at whlclj, time the board of di rectors and officer* for the season of l»ll will be elected. At a prior meet ing held at the same place, It was. de cided vat litis.: city win put into the AeM ,|»e«t as ttst a seml-pro- Eilhatlngseason lenaC team a*inas ever represented tity. At this tatter meeting, a committee was named to present to Monday's meeting a tenta tive list of menlbers of the board of directors. Manager, W. B. Keams was in structed to notify all towns In Iowa and Minnesota which last year sup* ported semi-pro teams, that Webster City will be in the field again In 1916. Mr. Kearns already has several appli cations from player managers and at a later meeting some one will be se lected for this position. Just as soon as the board of directors and officers are elected Monday, plans will be put afoot at once looking to the financing of the team. There will be no diffi culty on this proposition, yet the fans are desirous of getting this out of thi« way early in order that the board may know Just what they have to depend upon and how *xp?n*iv£ s. team the city will support. FARMER WOULD BE GOVERNOR. J. F. Deems, of Des Moines County, 8eeks Republican Nomination.' Des Moines, Jan. 14.—Southeastern Iowa is boosting a farmer for governor —J. F. Deems, of Foresdale farm on the Agency road out of Burlington. Mr. Deems, for a number of years, was the superintendent of motive power for the Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy railroad, afterwards went to the American Locomotive works, and then was superintendent of the entire motive power for the whole New York Central. Two years ago he quit and retired to live-on a farm that he had purchased near Burlington. He has a model place, and is a real farmer, a strong advo cate of good road«% end a good business man. He has never mixed in poli tics. ALLEN'S HAT IN RING. Secures Nomination Papers and Enters Gubernatorial Contest. Special to Times-Republican. Des Moines, Jan. 14.—Senator J. H. Allen yesterday secured nomination papers from the secretary of state and is preparing to circulate them over the state. The senator will go before the Iowa primaries as a candidate for gov ernor and 1b the first gubernatorial aspirant to take out nomination pa pers. Candidates for governor are re quired to secure about 5,000 names on their nomination papers. The fact that Senator Allen has taken out his nom ination papers sets at rest the rumor that he might withdraw from the con test for the nomination. FARMER DISAPPEARS. Jacob 'Lister, Resident of Siloam Springs Neighborhood, Missing. Eldora, Jan. 14.—Relatives and friends of one Jacob Lister, a resident of the Siloam Springs neighborhood near Iowa Falls, are concerned as to what became of him. Monday after noon he mysteriously disappeared and nothing has since been head of him. Lister is a farmer and is about 55 years of age. Denison News Notes. Special to Times-Republican. 1enison, Jan. 14, At the recent meeting of the Denison Commercial Olub, Mr. J. B. Lyon was re-elected president. Ihiring the past year the club has been a material aid to this city, urging preparedness for paving, getting behind electroliers from the center of town to the depots, gathering up fundB for a mile of cement road on the Lincoln Highway for this county. The report of the treasurer showed $250 on hand. Mr. Lyon has proved a strong man as president and has big plans for the coming year. A. P. Arlens,^patenter of a milk can cover, has associated with him C. M. Jensen, of this city, and will at once begin the manufacture of this class of goods. A large building has been secured and the machinery or dered for the making of the covers. The factory has many orders on hand and expects to grow into a very large concern. Mr. Ariens has been the baggageman of the Boyer Valley road for many years and hand ling cream cans and seeing the need for a better kind of cover, induced him to make one to fill the bill. Dr. Qeorge E. Joy, who has won re nown as a lecturer among the boys and young men, has been secured for the coming week beginning Sunday by Denison people He has been at Perry, Ames and Ida Grove. Brief News of Greene. Special to Times Republican. Greene, Jan. 14.—The annual stock holders' meeting of the First State bank was held Tuesday evening. The officers elected for the ensuing year were: O. C. Perrin, president M. J. Perrin, vice president F. L. Stober, cashier D. H. Ellis and G. R. Watter son, assistant cashiers. Prof. E. C. Bishop, of Ames, who is a leader of the Iowa boys' and girls' club work of Iowa, will be" in Greene in February to address the boys and girls who are interested in corn clubs, tomato clubs, etc. It was thru the ef forts of,Miss Ruth Fleek, a "high school girl who won in two contests last year, winning a free trip to Washington, that he is coming. The City Library Association will hold Its regular annual meeting at the library Saturday evening. I •J* Manson News Notes. Special to Times-Republican. Manson, Jan. 14.—The girls' club of Manson has sectored Miss Lula Schild. physical director of the Y. M. C. A. of Fort Dodge, to come to Manson every Wednesday to hold a class. New ap paratus has Just been installed in the hall. W. D. Long has left for Long Beach,~ Cal., where he will remain tor about two months. His wife and daughter have already been there for some time. 6. R. Williatns will have charge of the furniture Trtore during his absence. Miss Mary Braginton is gradually recovering from her recent scrisus ill ness jrlth appendicitis. She hopes to DftINK HOT TEA FOR A BAD COLO Get a small package of- Hamburg Breast Tea, or as the German folks call it, "Hamburger Brust Thee," at any pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of the tea, put a cup of boiling water upon it. pour through a sieve and drink a. tea cup full at any time. is the most ef fective way to break a cold and cure grip, as it opens the pores, relieving congestion. Also loosens the bowels thus breaking a cold at once. It is Inexpensive and entirely v*s£ct able, therefore harmless. r, be at school again before many weeks.) At meeting of the school board (Monday evening Miss Margaret Ken-' nlng was Elected to take the place of Miss Carrie McMickln as teacher of the sixth grade in the Manson schools. Miss McMickln went to Swedeborg,' I Mo., to spend the holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Webb McMickln, and It was impossible for her to return on account of her mother's serious illness. PLAN SUFFRAGE CAMPAIGN. District Organizers Appointed at Das Moines Meeting. Des Moines, Jan. 14.—The joint ses sion of the board of the Iowa Equal Suffrage Association and the organ! zers held in Des Moines Monday and Tuesday of this week was the prelimi nary to the intensive campaign which the suffragists will carry on during the Jive months preceding the vote on the amendment. The plan of the state association is to keep one organizer In each federal district who, working with the county and township chairmen, will make every effort to carry the district. The crn/iD THE CUB OtWr REPORTER THAT LEAP BLONDE. US FOLLOWING- ME ACAIM-] iv/fc GOT "TO MAKE HER. CUT,/ vr OUT BEFORE TO' SEES vWEftl WANTED— FOUND LOST— [When \an advertisement does not give the advertiser's name write let ter addressed as directed in the ad and leave it at the newspaper office, where the advertiser will get It. The publishers can not give the name of the advertiser without the advertisers consent.] All advertisement for ihls column must be in the office at 12 o'clock on date of publication to insure classifica tion.7 WANTED. Wanted—Experienced stenographer. C. E. Pearson Land Company, over electric light office. East Main street. Wanted—Three or four furnished rooms for light housekeeping have children. Will pay $5 or $6 per week. Address at once, L-fl3, care Times-Re publican. ___° Wanted—Canvassers, men and wo men. Immediately for city. Apply here. J. D. Palmer & Co. Wanted—To correspond with parties contemplating shipping household goods or automobiles to Los Angeles. A. W. Coppock, Dillon. Wanted—Do you want to buy, sell or rent?. See Fred W. Carl, over Strub's cafe. Wanted—Teaming to do in town, for I need work. Leave word at Donald son's grocery. E. Z. Huffman, 412 Lee street. Wanted—All your washing most of the Ironing, 50 centB to $1.50. Palace Laundry. We give green trading stamps. Phone 582. Wanted Your old carpets to make Into durable rugs. Latest make of machinery. Prices reasonable, all work guaranteed. "Wo also clean and renov ate all kinds of rugs. Phone or write for Information. Iowa Rug Works, 102 Anson street Wanted Safety razor blades to sharpen. Leave at Old Reliable drug store. Wanted—List your property with Crawford. He always has a demand for property on the installment plan. Let your wants be known. I sell Are and automobile insurance, $5 per $1,000. W. E. Crawford, real estate, and em ployment Phone 898. over 212 East Main. Wftnted—Housemovlng. H. S. Mil ler, 110 North Fourth street Wanted—Every one to know that the services of the visiting nurse employed by the Visiting Nurse's Association, are to be had at ^hat patients are able and willing to pay or without pay, by those In straitened circumstanecs. Telephone Clara Brltt, 201 West Main. Phone 1075. HELP WANTED—MALE Wanted—Learn barber trade and better your conditions. Write for cat alog. Trl-City Barber College, 618 Mulberry street Des Moines, Iowa, HELP WANTED—FEMALE Ranted—-Girls. Palace Laundry. Wanted—Lady clerk. Wachter's con fectionary. Wsnted—At once, girl or woman to wash dishes and assist with cooking. Wages $5 per week. Toledo hotel, Toledo, Iowa. Wanted-—Thousands, men, women, for U. S. government Jobs, $75 month. Steady. work. List of positions now obtainable free. Write Immediately. FVanklin Institute, department 106 L, Rochester, N. Y. Wsnted—Competent girl. Mrs. Roy Bradbury, 302 North Third street. BUSINESS CHANCES. For Sale—Twenty slightly used sew ing machines at almost half price. No. •18 South First avenue. Phone 174. SITUATION WANTED. Wanted—Work by Phone white 1017. day by lady. Wanted—'Position by young man, as assistant manager or salesman. Seven years of first class experience In hand ling generai merchandise. Furnish high class references. Address Y, M. TIMES-REPUBLlteAN, MARSH ALtTOW^, fow A: JANUARY 14,1916. organisers and their, respective dis tricts as announced by the state board are:' Helen B. McDowell, First dis trict Miss Mabel Lodge, Second Miss Helen M. Backer, Third Mrs. Elsie V. Benedict, Fourth Miss Edith Rettig, Fifth Miss Alice B. Curtis, Sixth Seventh district, not yet appointed Miss Grace Ballard, Eighth Miss Florence Leech, Ninth Mrs. J. G. Grundy, Tenth Mrs. Maude McCreery, Eleventh. "No state ha^l eVer entered a suf frage campaign under more favorable conditions," is a statement that has been made by the state president, Miss Flora Dunlap, and this fact is em phasised by the report of the organi zers who have stopped at various points in Iowa en route from their homes in neighboring states. "The whole situation in Iowa Is by far the most favorable of any state," said cne of the orsffln'zers, who has been very active In the eastern cam paigns. In all parts of the state this year suffrage sermons will be delivered on Mothers' Day. The suffragists are making this request of the ministers L15T1M-MIS5WHAT-EV/ER. VOURNAMEIS-N&U'VE G5TT0 6€T0H=W TRfML-l'M NOT LEAP VEAR MATERIAL- IM MARRIED For Sale—Used Ford, two passenger body, good condition. A bargain. In quire Rude Auto Company. For Sale—^veral good Underwood FOR SALE—CITY PROPERTY. typewriters, two. safes, typewriter desk, etc. also large Majestic restau rant range, almost new. A. H. E-.: Matthews. For 8ale—Ferrets 705 East Main street. Fop Sale—-Pair of light delivery bobs, new run three weeks 116 East State street. For Sale—Two oak heaters. 108 North Fourth street. For Sale^—Forty-eight horse power tractor in good condition. Address T-13, care this office. For Sale—If taken within three days, one 1913 Cadillac, Ave passenger tour ing car, fully equipped. Price $590. Whitehead and Edwards, over 24 East Main. For Sale—We have fifteen new and used automobiles to trade for city property or small Iowa farm. White head and Edwards, over 24 Easrt Main. For Sals—1915'Lozler, seven passen ger touring car, new. List price $2,100. We will sell this car at a great reduc tion. See us atonce. Whitehead and Edwards, over 24 East Main. For Sale—iMahogany upright piano, little used fine condition, at a bar gain. Jane M. Eadie, Marshalltown. Fop 8ale—Good as new, No. 4 Heliar lens in compound shutter with No. 1 Ingento camera, studio stand, tripod, sole leather case, baby poser, trimming boards, etc $75 takes it, $165 value. G-13, Times-Republican. For Sale—Cheap, kitchen cabinet, davenport, and lady's desk, practically new. Phone 1120 white. 1003 West State street. '•'For Sale-—"Iowa.103" oats. College oats yield 90, bushels for me. Better than.corn. Vitarseed.70 cents, cleaned. F. E. Jamison, Oakville, Iowa. For Sale—A goo^ paying $15 tailor ing business In a city of 50,000. A small capital will handle it G-4, T.-R. For Sale—Soft sixteen inch maple wood, dry, $2 per cord. M. Anson, yel low 1265. For Sal^—Seed corn, yellow Murdock 1814 crop. Will ship in ear, seventy pounds for $3.50. You have ten .days to test it, if not satisfactory return and get your money. George A. Stoke, Fair mont, Minn. For Sale New and second-hand carom and pocket-bllllard tables, and bowling alleys and accessories bar fixtures of all kinds easy payments. The Brunswicke-Balke-Collander Com pany, 118 Walnut street Des Moines, Iowa. LIVE STOCK, HORSES, ETC For Sal^—Heavy young farm team, also Concord harness. O. L. Hampton, 208 South (Fifth street. Phone 1248 white. For Sale—At public sale Jan. 21, bred sows and gilts. As good ah of .feiing as will go thru a sale ring this over the state, believing Mothera' Day a most appropriate time to speak of woman and citizenship. Iowa is rich in friends who have, in various ways, expressed their de sire to aid the Iowa campaign. One of the latest gifts is that oL 10,000 blotters bearing the suffrage message. l-P- C. A., room 34, Marshalltown. Phono 175. SALESMEN WANTED. Wanted—A good, steady, gentleman ly salesman to handle a Ward's wagon in every county. No experience nended. You furnish team we furnish working capital. Only ambitious men need ap ply. For full particulars write prompt ly to Dr. Wajpd's Winona, MlniC Medical Company. FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS For Sale—Two horsepower hay press, nearly new. Write "x-12," care T.-R. For Sale—'Pair of light bobs with box attached. Myers' grocery. For Sale A Minneapolis cylinder sheller. Inquire of,'-Fred F. Graves, Grundy Center? Iowa. For Sale—rHoosler kitchen cabinet, I good as new metal folding bed with felt mattress cooking utensils, flat irons, etc., reasonable if sold soon. Mrs. C. A. Dixon, 206, South Third avenue, Clarion News Items.' Special to Times-Republican, Clarion, Jan. 14.—The local Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen and Engi neers will hold their annual dance at the Princess rink Thursday evening, Jan. 20. In last week's issue of the Clarion Clipper the editor takes the Holmes correspondent to the Eagle Grove E&gle to task for his utterances re garding business that Eagle Grove merchants are receiving which former ly came to Clarion. That much hn»t ness Is going to Eagle Grove from rightful Clarion territory is only too true. Why? Simply because of the deplorable condition of the roads lead ing into our city. Here wo are, the county seat and not a single gravel road leading into our town. HAVE. 19 CHILDREN IN ADDITION "tO ^7 8ELGHAN ORPHANS I HAVE. Classified Advertisements One Cent Per word For Each Insertion—No Ad. Received For Less Than 15 Cents. season of champion blood lines, to be sold at Marshalltown at Plumb Bros.' sale pavilion. Write for catalog. M. T. Twedt & Sons, LeGrand, Iowa George E. Richardson, Gilman, Iowa. Fop Sale—Registered Angus bulls. R. C. Dannen, rural 2, Marshalltown. For Sale—A few good Hampshire boars left. I will have a bred sow sale Jan. 25. Write me for catalog. Everything registered and cholera im mune. R. F. Pemberton, Le Grande. Iowa. For Sale Five Scotch Shorthorn bulls and Plymouth Rock cockerels. F. E. Frlche. Phone 8. on 19. State Cen ter. For Sale Hampshire boars, extra good quality. Prices reasonable. Dr. Evans, Marshalltown. For Sale—Poland China boars spring and fall yearlings, these are all good ones, also one white face bull calf four weeks old. A good one. My tenth an nual Poland China brood sow sale is iSNoe' held at Plumb Bros.' Jan. 15, Sat urday. Write for catalog. H. G. Tweed, Marshalltown, Iowa*, rural 2. phone SI on 11. For Sale—Building lot near car line, good shade and fruit trees, sidewalk. Address B-13, T.-R., or phone 1393 green. For Sale—Two acres just outside city limits, fair house, good well. Will trade for small house in city, or sell on good terms. I also have some good resi dence properties for sale. G. S. Nugent, over Benedict & Brlntnall's store. For Sale—Some good bargains in Second ward, and small farms close to city. An auto to trade for city prop erty. North Dakota farms that will pay big interest on the investment. Allard & Moon. For Sale—New six-room modern bungalo, good location. Also new four room cottage, modern except furnace. If you want to buy a home why not •buy direct from owner and save money? Good terms. Phone 1591. C. F. Johnson, 201 North Eleventh street. For Sale or Rent—Good modern house, 205 North Third street for sale on payments. For sale or rent, small farms near Marshalltown, with all kinds of stock. We have a number of horses in Marshalltown which we will sell on monthly payments, with small payment down. Will take In ex change live stock of any kind, vacant lots, small town property, grocery store or will trade town property for farm in Marshall county. Plumb Bros. Phone 1593 yellow. REFEREE'S SALE. For Sale—To close an estate, 130 acre farm, three miles from county seat, one-quarter mile to railroad station. This Is an extra good farm, for particulars write John A. Owens, Referee, Bloomfleld, Iowa. REAL ESTATE AUCTION. As I am going on the farm in Min nesota I will sell my eight-room mod era house, also a three-room house and barn at public auction on premises 311 North Second avenue, and 203 East Lincoln street, Marshalltown, Satur day, Jan. 15, at 2: SO. This property has electric lights, gas, city water, sewer, bath room and toilet, good ce mented basement, furnace, The small house rents for $11 per month. There is room to build anotner house on this lot large basement under small house. This property is located on paved street and sidewalks. One block to high school, in a fine part of the city, in a good neighborhood. Mr. Farmer, here is opportunity for you to buy a good home near high school. Don't miss this sale as we must sell before leav ing. Terms on sale date. There will be sold at this salo one 2-year-old Shetland pony, well broke. A. Slegal, owner. Colonel Kendall, auctioneer. POULTRY. For Sale—Rose combed reds. Four cockerels which tied for the fifth prise score, 90%, and two more score 90—by an honest Judge. Now is the time to make up your breeding pens. I can sell you a pen of six pullets at $L50 each and a cockerel 4 New Sharon Items4|0#& iSfiebtal to Times-Republican. New Sharon, Jan. 14.—John Gerard, Sr., well-known farmer and one of the oldest residents of this county, died at his home east of New Sharon Tues day, of pneumoni4. He waa born in Ohio In 1841. He leaves a wife, ten children, thirty-one grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Miss Grace Seary. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Seary, has accepted a position as leader of a seven piece vlo lin orchestra with the Travers Wick (Chautauqua of Des Moines. Miss Seary is attending college at Grlnnell now. She has been a student of vio-, lin since childhood and has developed phenomenal talent Dan Whalen, Sr., passed away at his home, west of New Sharon, Jan. 15 Mr. Whalen has long ben a resident of that neighborhood. He leaves five sons an r? A Bald Head Is A Sure Care For A Young Love LOOK AT W 8ALt HEAD 0U ENOUGH TO KE_ nour kMi NOTOCT ADW0PCE Young Conduotor Injured. Special to Times-Republican. Iowa City, Jan. 14.—Conductor Jay Watts, of the Rock Island railway, injured when a passenger train met a freight at West Liberty, Thursday and-Goodnight! xtwooqkt MASftCrtNr out^oohO- STUFF' at $5 each. The pullets weigh from six to seven pounds and are now lay ing. Forty pullets bring in $1 per day on eggs. They will pay for themselves In two months. If you buy of me I will guarantee that you will have win ners at our show next winter. I also guarantee you the best layers you ever had. Now get a little sporty and Join our poultry association. If you want plenty of eggs write now, don't delay. The first order gets the first choice. You have the privilege of returning any fowls that I may (|hip that are not satisfactory, or as represented, and get your money by return mall, less express charges. I am perfectly responsible for any order that you may trust me with, you run no risk In sending the money In advance. Yours for better reds. T. Oxenfleld, 212 West South street Mar shalltown. Phone 856 green. For Sale—Cheap, eight fine rose comb Rhode Island white pullets. One cockerel. 108 North Ninth street For Sale Good Toulouse geese, either sex, (not thoroughbred), $1.50 each. Thoroughbred fawn and white Indian runner drakes, dark heads, 90 cents each. H. G. Vosburg, Gilman, Iowa, route 1. For Sale—Large boned, even colored, single comb Buff Orpington cockerels and pullets. A. J. Tlsdale, Union, Iowa. For Sale—One pen of ten choice pul lets. S. C. R. I. Reds, Crowther strain. Also a few White Leghorn cockerels. Dana Norrls, 411 Jerome. For Sale—Rose comb White Wyan dotte cockerels, $1 to $2 each. Mrs. Earl Emmons, Sheffield, I»wa. ARE YOU GOING TO BUY LAND? If so, get a copy, of our Journal first It has lands, city iproperty and stocks of goods advertised In its columns from nearly every state, so that, you can find what you're looking for in its col umns. Established nineteen years and reaches 76,200 readers. Send 25 cents fcr one year's subscription or $1.60 for five years. Department J, Farm and Real Estate Journal. Traer, Iowa. IOWA LANDS. For Sale—A fine stack and grain farm, containing 280 acres: well Im proved, three-quarters mile from Ben ton, Iowa, on C. G. W. R. R., to be sold at auction Jan. 26, 1916. For par ticulars and circular, write Duncan Bros., auctioneers, Clearfield, Iowa. John H. Hall, Benton, Iowa. For Sale—At a bargain, two well Im proved farms one mile from town. A No. 1 soil No. 1, 160 acres, per acre, $185 No. 2, 200 acres, per acre. $160. For particulars write N. C. Land Com pany, Ventura, Iowa. For Sale Eighty acres, fair im provements one-half mile from cor poration limits. J. B. Sweet Llscomb, Iowa. For Sale—Two good farms close to Morshalltown. Priced right and easy terms. Dr. Evans. For Sale—Eighty-five acres of well improved land nine miles from Mar shalltown. Will take good modern house centrally located In Marshall town as part payment. Inquire Eg bert's grocery, 511 East Linn. TO RENT To Rent—Main street rooms In Tre mont building. Inquire at room 11. To Rent—Four furnished rooms and bath. Modem. Also lower unfurnished flat, unfurnished after Jan. 20. Call 1169 yellow. To Rent—Two nice front rooms in modern home. Phone 350 yellofc. To Rent—Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modern. 309 South First street, or phone 1543 red. To Rent—Modern furnished rooms, with or without board. Good home cooking. 302 South Second avenue. Phone white 710. To Rent—Suite of two furnished rooms in modern bouse, Bath room and large clothes closet off from bed room. No light housekeeping. tOI North Center street. To Rent—Piano in fine condition, %t a month also, two lower rooms, heated. morning, is in the university hwpttal at Iowa City, la crMoal ooodition. His left arm is mangled and eruabed. from shoulder to fingers, and be tm semi-conscious from shock, expos* ure, and loss of blood. Surgeon* may decide it Is necessary to amputate ttw disintegrated member, but at this writ ing the young Cedar Rapids man. U» a critical condition, cannot bear an eratlon. In either event he milt 4m' He is 39, and Is married. Quick, Painless Way To Remove Hairy Growth* (Helps to Beauty) Here is a simple, unfailing way to rid the skin of objootionable hairs: With some powdered delatone and water make enough paste to cover the hairy Burface, apply and in about 2 mlnutea rub off, wash the skin and every trace of hair has vanished. This Is quite harmless, but to avoid disappointment be sure to get the delatone in an orig inal package. By "HOP' mm- MIGHT JUSTAS WELLTHWW W UD AVWV(-IF IV^R^r-SOMttJEAP SEAR. COU, VU^-KDNAPME-ANhB' VOWeUMLL KUJLME. AN'FX OONfr _* iOtmrr-T CATCH NE.W-M0AH-WE. *N FOR SALE— TO RENT TO EXCHANGE— Upper four rooms unheated. Modern conveniences. Furnished. Phone 64L To Rent—Modern five-room hous* on' street car line. Phone 1894. To Rent—Furnished sleeping roonw 401 East Main street. Phone 1751. To Rent—Well furnished room, new home, close in. 311 West Main. Phona 1765 red. To Rent—Lower heated five-room flat and upper heated elx-room flat* Strictly modern, new. steam heat, full Janitor service, splendid location, grand lawn studded with natural treea. Telephone 8. C. Bell. Phone MS. To Rent Seven room apartment 113V& North Second street All modern hardwood floors. Call 117 Noftk ond street or phone 12^0 red. To Rent—Suite of rooms over MM West Main street 8. C. Bell. Phone 335. To Rent—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 848 red or call 708 West Linn. To Rent—One five-room brick bous* south side. Phone 1418 green, Elmer Collins. LOST Lost—Bunch of keys. Finder please phone 1097 green. Lost Ladles' rubber between Mis sonic temple and Lincoln street on North First avenue. Phone 880 red. Lost—Black leather ladles' handbag. Contained check for $20 and about $3.65 in change. Return to this office or phono 1345 green. Reward. Lost—On North Third street between State and Fremont Tuesday afternoon, a small silver cream pitcher. Reward. Phone 1019 or 712. TAKEN UP. Taken Up—Jan. 8, a pony. Owner call George Smith, phone rural 61 on 12. Prove property and pay for notice. FARMERS. For Sale—Twenty tons good timothy hay on Klrby farm also that farm of 240 acres for rent. A. H. E. Matthews. MONEY TO LOAN. Money to loan upon farm and city property. G. W. La« rence Co. First National Bank building. TO EXCHANGE. For Exchange—Good North Dakota quarter, half and section of land for stock general merchandise. Will ex change part or all. Give size, descrip tion and location in first letter. H. H. Hafstrom, Dickinson, N. D. MISCELLANEOUS. White's auto service, night and day, city or country. Prices right. Phones green 1732, and 623. Autoists—Gllsoco for radiators to automobiles rust and scale remover, stops leaks, etc. Agents wanted. Ad dress Mlnnett Mealhause, route 3, Dysart, Iowa. For bob parties, afternoon or even ings, phone 590, ring 3. B. B. Hayne. Finished Welding—On auto crank coses, cylinders and other metal parts, not equalled by other oxy-acetylene welding concerns west of Chicago. No: matter how badly parts are broken they seldom show our welds and all Jobs are machined to original shape and painted. Hobble Welding Plant Hamp ton, Iowa. Southwest Iowa Is a fertile field for them an with anything to sell that has merit It is thickly populated and prosperous. Seventy-five thousand peo ple in southwest Iowa read the daily Nonpareil. It Is the great wast ad medium of this section. It Is known Car and wide as a producer ef results. Ct you have land or anything else to seQ or trade, get In touch with southwest Iowa thru the Nonpareil, CounsS Bluffs, Iowa. si L, 4 4 0 1 CUT RATI SHIPPING. rates oa Household goods t» Paciflo coast and other potata Sopeihf service at reduced qfctss. The Transfsr Company.