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0 r. ll I Is mrw* "s .. /rr ... 4 TURMOIL v! A Novel Br BOOTH TARKINGTON Author of "Monsieur Beaucalre,** "The Conquest ol Csnssa, Si5ZS25Z5ZS£5ES2SZ5ZSS5ESZSZ5Z^ CHAPTER XXXIII. There was a heavy town-fog tsat afternoon,a smoke-mist, densest in the Sanctuary of the temple. The people •went about la It, busy and dirty, thickening their outside and inside linings of coal-tar, asphalt,, sulphurous add, oil of -vitriol, and the dthec famil iar things the men liked to breathe and to have upon their skins and garments and upon their wires and batiies find sweethearts. The growth- of the city was visible in the smoke and the noise and the rush. There wsst'more-gmfeke than there had been this day of Febru ary a year earlier there was more noise and the crowds were thicker^— yet quicker in spite of that. The traf fic policeman bad a hard time, for the people were independent—they re tained some habits of the old market town period, and would cross the street anywhere and anyhow, which not only got them killed more frequent ly than if they clung to the legal cross ings, but kept the motormeji, the chauf feurs and the truck drivers in a stew of profane nervousness. So the traf fic policemen led harried lives they themselves were killed, of course, with a certain periodicity, but their main trouble was that they could not make the citizens realize that It was actu ally and mortally perilous to go about their city. It was strange, for there were probably no citizens of any length of residence who had not per sonally known either someone who had been killed or injured in an aceldent, or someone who had accidentally killed or Injured others. And yet, perhaps it was not strange, seeing the sharp preoccupation of the faces—the people had something on their minds they could not stop to bother about dirt and danger. a Mary Yertrees was not often down town she had never seen ,an accident until this afternoon. Sh6 bad come upon errands for her mother connected, with a timorous refurbishment and as she did these, in and out of the depart ment stores, she bad an Insistent con* sdousness «f the Sheridan building. From the street, anywhere, it was al most always in sight, like some mon strous geometrical shadow, murk-col ored and rising limitlessly Into the swimming heights of the smoke-mist It was gaunt and grimy and repellent it had nothing but strength and size— but In that consciousness of Mary's the great structure may have partaken of beauty.» Sheridan had made some of the fljittgs be said emphatic enough to remain with her. She went- over add over them—and they began*' to seem trne: "Only one girl he could feel that sorry for!" "Gurney says he's got you on his brain so bad—" The man's clumsy talk began to sing In her heart The song was begun there when she saw the accident She was directly opposite the Sheri dan building then, waiting for the traf fic to thin before she crossed, though other people were risking the passage, dartldg and halting and dodging par lously. Two men came from the crowd behind her, talking earnestly, and started across. Both wore black one was tall and broad and thick, and the other was teller, but noticeably slen der And Mary caught her breath, for they were Bibbs and bis father. They d|d not see her, and she caught phrase of Bibbs' mellow voice, which had taken a crisper ring: "Sixty-eight 'thousand dollars? Not sixty-eight thou sand buttons 1" It startled her queerly, and as -there was a glimpse of his pro file she taw for the first time a resem blance to his father. She wftched them. In the middle of the street Bibbs had to step ahead of bis father, and the two were separated. But the* reckless passing of a truck, beyond the second line of rails, fright- & mself at Bibbs. med group of country women who were in course of passage they were Just in front of Bibbs. (and shoved backward upon him, violently^ To wwts hJssslf fr"m them ne stained ba dbotftl* In1front of a moving trolley car—no place for absent-mind edness, bbt iBlhbs Was still absorbed In thoughts concerned with yhat he hid been saying to his father. There Were shrieks aftd yells Bibbs looked the wrong way—and then Mary saw the heavy figure of Sheridan plunge straight forward in front of the car. With absolute disregard of bis own life, he hurled himself at Bibbs like a football player shunting off- an oppo nent, and to Mary it seemed that they both went down together. But that was all she could see—automobiles, trucks and wagons closed in between. She made out that the trolley car stopped Jerkily, and she saw a police man breaking his way through the in stantly condensing crowd, wjille thf traffic came to a standstill, and people stood up .^..automobiles or climbed upon* the hubs and tires of wheels, not to' a chance .Qf seeing inrfhfyft horribles •. 7y. ).'•'£ Mary tried to get through It was impossible: Other -policemen came to help the firsth and in a minute or two trafftc wastn motion' again/- The crowd became pliant, dispersing—there was no figure.upon the ground, and no ambulant came. But one of the 'po licemen was detained by the: clinging and beseeching of a gloved hand. "What l8 the matter, lady?" "Where aife they?" Mtary cried. "Who? Ole Man Sheridan? I reck on he wasn't much hurt!" "His son—" Cr/l/lD the cub OLU1/1 REPORTER FOR SALE— TO REJfT—. TO EXCHANGE— [When an advertisement does not give the advertiser's name write a let ter addressed ais directed In the ad and leave Mt at the newspaper office, where the advertiser will get It.- The publishers can not glv^: the name ot the advertiser without the advertisers consent. All advertisement for this column must be in the office at 1* o'clock orrdate of publication to insure classification.! WANTED Wanted—Try D. A. Moore, for wall paper cleaning. Phone red 189. Wanted—Lace curtains launder. Phone 1.043 &13 Not^i Secon^ street. Wanted—E. M^' F. 30 iStudebaker car for repairs. C. E. Nugent, Liscomb, Iowa. Wanted—Washings. Phone yellow 776. Wanted—Carpenter repair work, lawn mowers sharpened,- saw filing. Phone yellow, 771, 404 West Railroad street. Wanted—Folks that can use new arta beautiful wallpaper at low price. Not remnants but only enough In each pat tern to paper-one or two rooms. From 10 to 40 per cent off on these. But hurry. Bverist's wallpaper house. Wanted—Washings to do at home. Mrs. Hittenmark, 90S Anson street. Wanted—Ashey and rubbish to haul. Phone white. Wanted XJardens to plow, ashes and rubbish to haul. Phone red 1312. Wanted—To haul rubbish and gar bage. Phone 801 greeny Wanted—Boarders room and board $5 a week, meal tickets 53.50, twen ty-one meals. Little Gem, 23 North •First avenue. Wanted—'Horse ralBers to know that I have two f^rcheron stallions^ for service, morning" and evening. Numbers 82334 'and 78243, state certificate 623 and 1947 all right In every way. $10 for standing colt: VD. 8. Forrey. Wanted—Housemoving. H. 8. Miller, 303 Park street. Wanted—Let your wants be known. Carl's employment' agency. Phone 950. Wanted—Cellars to dig. Union man, using only union teams. Satisfaction guaranteed. A. L. Clark, phone 664. Wanted—Every one to know that the services of the visiting nurse em ployed by the Visiting Nurse's Associa tion, are to be had at what patients are able and willing to pay or without pay, by those in atrwiauev circumstance--. Telephone Clara Brltt, 11 South Fourth street, phone1 885. Wanted—Roomers at 8 ICast Webster. and modern convenience^ Wanted—To buy-good veal, beef, and poultry at all Umes.' Phone 31. White Meat Market HELP WANTED—MALE Wanted—Men our illustrated cata log explains how We teach the barber trade In a few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber •College, ChicagfO, 111. Wanted—Six carpenters and body builders and two good carriage black smiths at once. Marshalltown Buggy Company. Wanted—Sheet metal workers, state age anjl experience. Open shop and no labor trouble. Hehry Welsi Cornice Company, Atchison, Kan. •HELP WAjNTEP—FEMAU* Wanted Girl for general house work. 205 North Third 'avenue. Wanted—Ladies our, catalog ex plains h'ftr dresaiw. manicuring fftcl^sssa**^. ih "Was that who th# other one was? I seed hint knock him—oh, he's not bad off, I guess, lady. The ole man got him out of the way all right. 'The ^fender shoved the ole man around some, but I reckon he only got shook up. They both went on in the Sheri dan building without any help. Ex cuse me, lady." Sheridan and Bibbs, In fact, were at that moment in the elevator, ascend ing. "Whlsk-broom up in the office," Sheridan waB saying. "You got to look out on these corners nowadays, I tell you. I don't know I got any call to blow, though—because I tried to cross after you dfd. That's how I happened to run into you. Well, you remember to look out after this. We were talkln' about Murtrie's askin' sixty-eight thou sand fiat for that ninety-nine-year lease. It's his lookout if he'd rather take it that way, and I don't know but—" "No," sald Blbbs, emphatically, as the elevator stopped "he won't get it. Not from, tls, tie won't and I'll show you why. I can convince you In five minutes." He followed his father into the office anteroom—and convinced film. Then, having been diligently brushed by- ft youth of color, Bibbs went Into lfe $wn room and closed the door. He. was more shaken than be had allowed his father to perceive, and his side was sore- where Sheridan had struck him. He desired to be alone ETH' POOR! /OMTHAHWE A A W W E At FlRST-G€X~rHE &A weeks, mailed free. Moler College,' 105 South Fifth avenue, Chicago. Wanted—aA good cook at ,St. Thomas hospitaL Wanted—Competent maid and nurse girl. Mrs. 3. XJ. IJenmead, 1011 West Main street., SITUATION WANTED Wanted—Position as housekeeper by lady with child $ years of age. Ad dress M-24, care T.-R. BUSINESS CHANCES. Wsnted—Men-women. Government Jobs $75 to (150 month. Write immedi ately for list positions now obtainable. Franklin Institute, department 101 O, Rochester, N. T. FOR 8ALE— MISCELLANEOUS For Sale—Two shares Marshall Oil Company 7 per cent prerferred stock. Redeemable 1920 at a discount. Ad dress F-20, care of Times-Republican. For Sale—Thoroughbred Irish setter, 1 year old. Good watch dog and hunter. John Parish,. 1120 Main street, Qrln nell, Iowa. -r For Sale Dry cleaning soap for mula. Why pay 25 to 49 cents per pound for dry cleaning soap when you can make ft yourself for 5 to 8 cents. Guaranteed to glye good duality results as any 40-cent soap or money refunded. Kid gloves specialty. Price $10 bank draft or money order. Freely B. Golly, Marshalltown Iowa. For Sale or Exchange—Billiard table. Will, trade in on vacant lot. W. M. Mowry. Phone .737. For Salei—'Cheap, one new piano and one second hand Kverett piano. These -are bargains. Terms to suit. Mrs. M. J. Pierce. Phone S65 29 West State street. For Sale—(Drug store doing good business. Will stand Investigation.. Good reasons for selling. Address or call on J. A. Turner, Albion, Iowa. For 8a!e Ever-bearing strawberry plants, 2 per hundred postpaid. W. F. Wilson, route 2, Llscomb, Iowa. For 8ale—iWhite seed corn. This corn has been tested In the ground out of doors. First test was 96 and the second test was 98 1914 crop. Henry Nickolson, rural 7, phone 61 on 7. For Saie-J-Oenuine leather Daven port, must be sold this week, regard less of price. 107 North First street. Phone 1817. 'For 8ale—Good hot air furnace', amaii house. "Will sell chedip li taken at once. Phdne green 1476 or 234. For Ssle Two seated rubber tire surrey in good condition, ©touffer's feed barn. For Sale*—I 64) cents hu T. Molloy, HAVING- BUMMED qnlap strawberry plants, Mired by parcel post. J. font IoVta. Fop 8«le Senator Dunlap straw berry plants, 80 cents per hundred, at my place south side Linn creek ail young plants. C. H. Brock. For Sale A good produce business and office. Owner wanting to leave city. Write, or phone 17S.' J. Benson, Sheffield, Iowa. For Sale—Two-year-old Concord and Warden grape vines, 10 cents, delivered by parcel post. J. T. Molloy, Albion, Iowa. For Ssle—Complete outfit for carpet weaving at price that will Ignore com petition Call at 308 South Center street. For Sale—Geraniums, pansy, salvia verbena, aster, sweet/ allyssum, vinca vine, snapdragon, cauliflower, man "nann*™. eel«rv. sweet potatoes, ei cab- bage, tomatoes, ahdT .many other Lus in payment® 7^TOW-T^*7'P'^,T r*K?- TIMES-REPUBLICAN, MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA: MAT M. C3*5F he want«4 jN rub himself and, for once, to do kon^l useless thinking again. He knew that qls father had not "hap pened" to run into him be knew that Sheridan had Instantly—and instinct ively—proved that he held his own life of no account whatever compared to that of his son and heir. Bibbs had been unable to speak of that or seem to know it for Sheridan, Just as In stinctively, had sweRt the matter aside —as of no Importance, since all was well—reverting immediately to busi ness. (To Be Continued.) Forethought. People are learning that a little fore thought often saves them a big ex pense. Here Is an instance: E. W. Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do not believe/That our family has been without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since we com menced keeping hoifte years ago. When we go on an extended visit we take it with us." Obtainable everywhere.— Advertisement A party of four persons In an auto mobile were'recently carried thru the CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of How to Cut Down Your Gasoline Expense A OFF 0*=- AN IDLE. RtCH PROCEEDTO POT IT IN NOOP CAR- KIDS WHO plants. This is a very fine stock. Phone 468. Dleslng Bros., 511 South Ninth street. For Sale—Fresh new wallpaper pat terns, but reduced to one and two room lots per pattern. Cutting them For Sale—^Billiard tables, new carom and pocket with complete out fit, $115 second-hand tables at re duced prices bowling alley supplies easy paymentsi Cigar stor*, drug, delicatessen and soda fountain fix tures. The Brunswick-Balke Collender Company, 113 Walnut street. Pes Moines Iowa. Fop Sale—A good paying restaurant in a town of^-ab'out 300 Inhabitants. •Good reasons for selling. This is a bar gain if sold soon. Write to G-24, Times-Republican. For Sale—A general merchandise, bus in in $ 3 5 0 0 0 to $ 4 5 0 0 0 b'usiness annually, stock invoices about! $12,000 to $13,000 ahd will reduce to suit purchaser. This is a partnership' business and must be sold out to dis solve. In one of the best farming communities and In one of the best towns of Its size In the state. Write at once as It will not be on the mar ket long. F-23 Times-Republican. FOR SALE—AUTOMOBILES. For Sale—Seven passenger automo bile, two lumber wagons, a hay loader. F. G. Houghton, Albion. Fop Sale—1915 five pasenger Paige car, cheap, as I am leaving the city. Address W-23, care T.-R. FOR SALE— CITY PROPERTY For Sale New five-room cottage, modern except furnace and gas, with new garage for $1,500. Eight room house,, city water, gas, barn, full lot for $1,800. Two houses on same lot, modern, ex cept furnace, paved street, close In,® $2,SCO for both tented for $30, which is 14 per cent interest. Seven room house, modern, paved street. $3,500. New seven room bungalow, Are place, and a dandy for $4,500. Other houses at all prices to suit your poeketbook. G. S. Nugent, over Benedict & Brlntnall's store. For Sale—Three choice lots In High view. You will pay mora for them soon as paving goes in this summer. Terms. Innes, 22 Bast Main. For Sale—We have property for sale of all kinds, some on contract also farms and acreage, ind Are and tor nado Insurance. Give us a trial. John Coburn & Co., over 5 arid 10-Cent store. For Sale—(Have an exceptional bar gain in a house and lot located in west end, most desirable location. Will ac cept as part payment an up-to-date auto. Colonel Kendall. For Ssle—Two-room house and two lots at 1309 West Boone street on easy terms. Inquire at ward 14 main build ing, soldiers' home. For 8ale—New modern six-room house, hardwood floors, lot 46%xl80. Phone 149 or white 864 or call 112 North Ninth street. For Sals—My home at 308 Jerome street, nine rooms and bath modern. Will sell at a bargain. W. E. Mo Leland. For Sale—A good house with lots, for sale to the right person. Write, or phone 173. J. Benson. Sheffield, Iowa. For Sale—'Houses on monthly pay ments, or will take in exchange vacant lots or live stock of any kind. If you want a house built orJa house repaired we will do it for yotS, and you can pay a? Aiso n. hour"* •'i :p air 226 feet above the surface by means or an aerial cable way over the Efrig* phant Butte dam. Bowel Complaints In India. In a lecture at one of the Dea Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary from In dia told of going Into the interior of Jndia, where he was taken sick, that he had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with him and believed that it saved his life. This remedy Is used successfully In In dia both as a preventive and cure for. cholera. You may know from this that It can be depended upon tor the milder forms of bowel complaint that occur In this country. Obtainable everywhere.— Advertisement. The latest available figures of the Pennsylvania bureau of Industrial sta tistics give the labor cost of more than $30,000,000 worth of electrical supplies manufactured In the state in 1912 as 38 per cent of the total value. At auction house, 106 East Church street, Saturday, May 27, at 2 o'clock, a lot of good household furniture, gas ranges, cook stoves. Vernis Martin bed, fine moquette 9x12 rug Stand hope rubber tired buggy, road wagon, five passenger four cylinder Perry automobile, with good top. all In good running order man's watch and new drop head Singer sewing machine. Don't miss this sale. Terms cash. Kendall & Pitcher. AUCTION. As the owner Is going to California will sell oh premises, 12 South Seventh avenue, Marshalltown, Iowa, Thursday, June 1 at 2: 30. New five room house, modern residence on alley, lot 37 1-8* 94, house has bath and toilet, hot and cold water, gas, electric lights, good cement basement with Lennox furnace. On paved street and sidewalk in, all paid. One block to car line, handy to all factories. Easry terms, $300, or $500 down, balance monthly. Possession given at once. Property open for In spection all day sale day. See banner on the house. Colonel Kendall, auc tioneer. LIVE STOCK, HORSES, ETC. For Sale—Several head of big type registered. Hampshire boars and bred sows. Doctor Evans, Marshalltown. For Sale or Trade One driving mffre. F. H. Houghton. For Sale—Shetland pony, broke to drive and ride, gentle. Call 109 North First street. Phone 1829, ring 2. Walter Pinneo. For 8ale—'Two good work mares, age 6 and 6 cheap. Phone $1 on 19. J. H. Long. For Sale—Pair draft black colts, 3 yejara old. Phone 1543 red. For 8ale—One hundred goats and 100 Shropshire ewes with lambs. E. W. Harmon. For Sate—Eight head of registered Hereford bulls of serviceable ages: herd headers, farm bulls and several good aged bulls with Quality. Prices right Bills Baily, Marshalltown. Iowa. One mile southeast of depots. KQQ8 FOR HATCHING. For Sale—Eggs for hatching from pure bred. Barred Plymouth Rocks, 50 cents for setting of fifteen, $3 per hundred. Mrs. Mary M. Evans, Madrid. Iowa. 1 -OPEN WER.VUKE. AW BREEZE IKTO Nearest- V-AKH.- (0HMCr SAFETY BROME PER. DIAGRAM} Kl Classified Advertisements ONE CENT PER WORD EACH INSERTION—NO A D. RECEIVED FOR LESS THAN 15 CENTS. •Summit for rent, one on South Twelfth street, one on East Main. Phone 1593 yellow. Plumb Bros. For Sale—iM-odern house of seven rooms, centrally located In Palaclos. Tex. Sacrifice at $1,800. Would con sider good car in part payment. Write me at once. Box 3, Wllke, Iowa. 1 10 to 40 per cent^in price. Come quick. Big bargains for early birds. Ever Ist's wallpaper house. For Sale—A splendid two and one half acre tract inside city limits. Good house and barn, splendid' orchard and small fruit. An ideal home. Mortgage $2,000. Will take equity in cash or city property. S. C. Bell, telephone 835. PUBLIC AUCTION. Two houses and lots, on premises, Ave room cottage at 103 and a. six room cottage at 105 East Linn street, Mar shalltown, Wednesday, May 31, at 2:30 p. m. These properties are modern except bath. In a fine location, only two blocks to court house square, on paving and sidewalks. Rented for $15 per month. Handy to school and church. Here is an opportunity to buy a good little home or an investment. Properties will be sold separately. Don't overlook this sale but be there. Prop erties will be shown on sale date. Terms on sale date. West, owner. Col onel Kendall, auctioneer. 1 Next to mining and preparation of coal, this Is the largest labor cost In percentage of all Industries In tho state of Pennsylvania, Pretty -Good 'Evidence. "Not guilty, sir," replied the pris oner. "Where did you find the prisoner, constable?" asked the magistrate. "In Trafalgar Square, sir," was the reply. "And what made you think he was intoxicated?" "Well, sir, he was throwing his walking stick Into the basin of one OL the fountains and trying to entice one of the stone lions to go and fetch It out again.'' To Cure a Cold In One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab. lets Druggists refund money If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature to on each box. S6c. SOUTH DAKOTA $10.00 ROUND TRIP to all points via the M. 6 St. L. Railroad. Tickets on sale each Tuesday, good for ten days. Lib eral stop overs. Farmers, land agents and investors send for descriptive booklet of cheap lands. A. B. CUTTS, G. P. A.—M. & St. L. B. R. Minneapolis, Minn. By "HOP" -TRADEYOUR. AUTO LI CtNSE— FOfc APWR015 ONE.SEATED ROLLER SKWra-WDWOOR— eASE^^ Tcvvm W8U-! eggs 75 cents for fifteen, $4 per hun- erty. Inquire 102H South First a a i« ntUk \f a or nfftf nue. dred. All eggs tested with Magic egg tester. Pekln duck eggs 10 cents each. J. E. Curtis. Phone $2 on 4B. Mar shalltown. POULTRY For Sale—Baby chicks, 10 cents each. Phone 1645 green. 801 South First avenue. IOWA LANDS 'For Sale—Five acres with goad buildings, near school, on good road, one mile from Greene, Butler County. Easy terms. C. W. Soesbe, Greene, Iowa. For Sale—160 acres of land, one and half miles from Albion and 179 acres of land three milea from Caldwell. I own this land and will sell direct. F. G. Houghton, Albion, Iowa. MINNESOTA "LAND I For Sale—Choice unimproved land* for sale cheap, In Itasca county. Mln nesota. Seventy-flve Improved /arms in Pennington county. Mlnnesots. Prices rigtot. Terms reasonable. Call or write, Tames M. Draper. Spring Lake, Itasca county, Minnesota. For Sale—In Waseca county Min nesota, 177 acres, eighty—four acres plowed, slxty-threo meadow, thirty some timber on it, soil black loam nine-room house and other buildings three-inch tubular well. Ellen Ash, 820 North Broad street, Mankato. Minn. WYOMING LANDS. -V- 'For Sale—Fine Improved ranch, 320 acres, In Central Wyoming, will also sell farm implements and' stock now on farm. Wyoming Is a new country In which to make money and this is the farm. Lots of trout. Having 'lived here thirty-three years, can tell you something about it. Want to sell because of age. V. Gonsalves, ^I|pn Rock, Converse county, Wyoming. MICHIOAN LAND. Land for everybody small or large tracts, unexcelled for general farming, poultry, stock, dairying and fruit $10 to $25 per acre $5 to $100 first pay ment: balance long time best and largest traot to select from In Michi gan: will bear closest Investigation good transportation, markets, roads, schools, water and climate. Potatoes alone make more iponey per acre than corn on $200 land in Iowa. Write to day for full Information free. I want to tell you about this country. George W. Swlgart, .owner, X-1247 First Na tional Bank, building, Chicago. III. SOUTH DAKOTA LAN08. For 8ale South Dakota farms $1,500 to $3,600. Write Clyde Brewster. Aberdeen, S. D. TO RENT To Rent—Modern house very rea sonable. Best location. Phone 836. To Rent—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 1308 Summit street. Phone yellow 1790. To Rent—Modern seven-room flat, close In, nice large airy rooms, with laundry accommodations. Inquire at 6 North Third street To Rent—Five-room hoqas oh the south side. I. S, Finkle. ..To' Rent—Lower flat, four complete ly furnished housekeeping rooms mod ern conveniences. Phone 541.. To Rent—Furnished, modern house to reliable party owner goinsr on va cation for the summer. Phone red 789. To 8ell or Trade—Fine home in •'-. Pest Is largely-used tot thf firing railroad engines In 8wad»ft/jl DRUNKARDS SAVE! We are In earnest when ws ask yo« to give ORRJNB a trial. T«tt h»«C nothing to risk and everything to gala." for your mcney will*be ntUMMMl after a trial you fall to ff*t: recoup from OtRKflCJD. This 'offer fives tlW wives and mothers of those who- drtnte to excess an opportunity to try, the ORRINE treatment. It Is a very shnpi* treatment, ean be given in the home without publicity or toss of tlme nwa business. Can be given secretly Vfett" out patient's knowledge, ORRINE is prepared In two for No. 1, secret treatment, a powder RINB No. 2, in pill form, for those who desire to take voluntary ttfealtfMmV Costs only fl.00 a box.' Ask for boah*' let McBride Will Drug Oonpw^r* jMVf) ner Main and Center streets. Public Saturday, May 27 -AT- Albion, Iowa AT 10 A. M. THE OLD PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE, mmrmm two-story brick building, of sevea rooms, 45x72 20 feet to the eavev TO BE MOVED BY AUG, 1. t^| TERMS CASH W. P. Mauslby, Auct. A. L. Burgett, Clerk CITY EDGE PONY FARM Marehalltown, Iowa. Aa a special attraction we are offer* ing for sale for the next thirty days only, some extra well bred yodng stal lions and mares In foal, by prise win nlng sires, at prices to make a quick turn. Can't you use one of these good ponies. Write your wants. WM. X& SLOPPY & SON, Marshalltown. IOwa. LOST— WANTED— FOUND— To Rent—Modern flve-roem horns at 405% North Third avenue. Phou* yellow 297 To Rent Garage, also bain 80S South Fourth avemie. To Rent—Modern furqlshyd roonu^ 311 West Church street Phone 451, To JJeJK—Modern roomns^. or unfurnished, for light ho ing. Phone'JlS white. ..... To Rent—'Fine pasture. Can taks eight or ten more cows. F. H. Willard. Phone 123. To Rent—Four modern unfurnished rooms. Inquire 611 East Linn street. To Rent-HModern furnishJtt sleeping rooms, with bath. «11 Bast Linn. To Rent—Nicely furnished modern room close in. Phone yellow 1132 To Rent—South Side coal yards, 'of fice and scales, on M. & St X* trsek*. I. S. Finkle. LOST Lost—«Purse containing money and spectacles, In west part of town. Re turn to this office. Reward. FOUND Found—Five calves in my pasture, from 6 months to 1 year old. C. F, Elliott, Green Mountain, Iowa. MONEY TO LOAN. Money to loan upon farm and elty property. G. W. Lawrence A Co, First National Bank building. Money to loan on first mortgages on farm lands, for ward, st reasonable in terest. H. C. Louncbury, attorney, guardian. Can cash your town property In ten days. Whitehead & Edwards, over 89 West Main. ARE YOU GOING TO BUY' LANDf If so, &et m. copy of our Journal first It has lands, city property and. stocks of goods advertised In its columns from nearly every state, so that you MISCELLANEOUS Ssfety razor blades sksrpsneA. Xaav* at Old Reliable Drug1 Store. Get Jensen's big sufte truok. you picnickers, get a crowd together. Phone 518. Auto livery snd country dtfvlnr a specialty. Cars for picnics, ete. Prompt service. Jenson's auto livery, rear S North Third avenue. Phone 618. Fivs per oent on first mortgage loans on Marshall county farms. See Whits head & Edwards, over 19-81 West Main street 8outhwest Iowa Is a fertile field fttt the man with anything to sell that has merit. It Is thickly popalated and prosperous. Seventy-five thousslndpeo pie In southwest Iowa rend the daily Nonpareil. It Is the great want ad medium of this section. It Is known CSV and wide aa a producer of reeulta It won have land or anything else to sell or trade, get In touch with sotithwpat Iowa thru the Nonpareil. Bluffs. Iowa. CUT RATE SHIPPING. Cut rates on household goods ts Paolflo coast and other points. Supsrtsi service reduced rates. The Bap* •Transfer Company. Mlaneanolla MUMSi :4 •".I r,i| '!l csa find what you're locking for in Its col umns. Established nineteen years an# reaches 76,200 readers. Send II esntt for tne year's subscription or 81 tot five years. Department J, Farm and Real Estate Journal, Tramv Iowa.