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"SlfRUP Of FffiS" CHILD'S HUM LOOK AT TONQUB! RBMOVK POI SONS MOM STOMACH, LIVER ^y*- AND B0WCL9. Accept "California." Syrup of Figs only—look for the namo California on the p&ckace, than you are sure your child la having the beat and moat harm less laxative or' phytic for tha little atomaoh, liver and bowels. Children love Ita delicious fruity taste. Full lirectionfl for child's dose on each tottle. Otve It without fear. See The Alamo Farm LightmgUnit Tsmooth,never-fallingeven, HE Alaao Blectfic Unit (tarnishes constant, pow er, having perfect ranning bal ance and is free from noise and vibration. A wonderful machine the thousands aold and now in actual use —all giving satisfac tion—is the convincing proof. All tho Light—All tho Power You N«ed The Alaao Eleetrie Unit' what yea here slwajrs had la mind— ufe, complete, economical, trouble proof, eimpie, compact electric ll«ht end power pleat. Camm mmJ Sam ThU Kmmmrhmklm Ommu trmtimm We Have a Large stock MtniKinzliif Phone 146 *, yf CITY IN BRIEF AJwaya uk yeur grooer for Swoet Home bread. Central Bakery. Lyon has farms for aale. Won haa buyers. List real estate.—Advertise qpent. The Woman's Hervte* Klag I*a*ue will meet at 8 o'clock Monday evening In the caat court room of the Court House. Big opening carnival oance at Red Men hall, Monday. Feb. 10. Music by Peavey's Saxaphone orchratra of Wat erloo. Free confette. I alloona. etc. All invited. Committee. Monday. Feb. 10. "will be the last day for payment In full on all accounts for purchases previous to Feb. 1. ask your prompt co-operation In the payment of your account. E. R. Lay. Announcements have been received in the city of the marriage of W. L. Topf, eon of W. F. Topf. 407 North Center street, and Mis* Mildred Hulse of Minneapolis. Feb. I. at Minneapolis. All who can attend the Congrega tional church tomorrow will enjoy and profit by a splendid program of worship and Instruction. Bring your family and friends with you. Com mittee. _______ Sunday school 46: preaching at 11 a. m.' subject, "The Great Revelation" preaching 7:W p. in., subject, "8ancti fication, a Second Work of Grace."— Rev. S. H. Vance, Pentecostal church of the Xazarenes. Fire at the home of J. L. Kennedy. 704 South Sixth street, at 10:30 o'clock this forenoon caused damage estimated at about 935. The lire was started by sparks, and waa confined to the root. Tbe house belongs to S. E. Peek, and was Insured. Mrs. Ida Btatler, 110 West Church street, waa hostess Friday afternoon at the regular meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul's church, whose members took up bible study under the leadership of Rev. O. C. Fox. The hostess served tea. PIMPLY? WELL, DON'T BE! People Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets ffiU Edwards' °f 32-VOLT LAMPS for your plant come in when in need of them. vh*« Wht Every HoasebeUer ShuU Kww begin to clear after yon have taken the tablets a few night*. Osanae the blnod,the bowels and the The Gas Stove TO LIGHT A GAS STOVE, strike the match, turn on the burner, and after the gas begins to flow apply the match. To light the oven open the oven door, strike the match, turn on and light the "leader flame," turn on the back burner of the oven, then the front burner, and when both are lighted turn off the leader and dose the door. Except when trying to bring water to a quick boil or to heat the oven quickly, the flame in all gas burners should be kept low. In using the oven, heat it with full flame from five to ten minutes before putting in the food allow five minutes for the food to heat through, then lower the flame. In using the top burners, guard against the boiling over of water or foods which may get into And clog the burner. Should the burners jblecome so clogged, re move them from the stove, boil in soda or lire water rinse with clear hot water, dry thoroughly and replace ion stove. if% i*|i"j^i «*e Kodak finishing. Bowen'i Kpdakery. Chamberlain, glaa'aea. Maaoato temple. Franklin county coal. Consumers, phone 38. Ihrcr with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the suc cessful substitute for calomd there's never any sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Idwantf dire Tabtetsdothat which calomd does, and Jortaa effectively, but their action is gentle and safe Instead of severe and irritating. Nroaa who takao OHva TMUMs is ever cursed with la dark brown taste," a had breath, a duDL lietlesa, "too good" f—iim constipation, torpid liver, bad at niiniJf (iflflL iS^MwardV^Olive Tablet. are a purely vegetable compound mixed with ottve oil yon wffl know them far their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent mn among pa tients wMi fiver and bowel complaint^ and Olive TsUata an tbe Tate one or two nightfar lor a week. yon fed See boer much better 20c and 25c per box. We Serve9 and look. All druggists. Aboat I 119 East Main St. iQ rfffTOrfffiimCT I rise |W matches Pft Ofhai osteopath- Ma—f fwH* Phone 1M1 fer your oarpenter work. C. K. Johnson. 1 W. T. Scott. Penn Mutual Ufa In surance. Iowa eavlnga Hank building. The home'of Dwight H. Denmead. quarantined four week# ago for scarlst fever, today waa released. The bible department of the Woman'* Club will meet Monday after noon it 1:10 at the T. M. C. A. Take your Suriiay dinner at the nl" srlm. Orchestra Sunday noon and every evening during the week.—A^d vertlsement. Monday, Fel. 10, "will bo the last day for payment In full on all account* for purchases previous to Feb. 1. We ask your prompt co-operation In the payment of your account. E. R. Lay- Hewltt'e garage charges and stores batterlM, talk to us about storing your car, we can charge your battery with out removing from your car If neces i-nry. Two service cars. Call S»3 Hewitt's garage. The basketball squad of the Union high school passed thru the city this morning from Ames where they played a one-sided game with the Amw live Friday night. The Union boys were defeated by a score of 20 to 1-. The regular meeting of the aid so ciety of the Presbyterian church was held Friday afternoon in the church parlors when the members aewed for the society and enjoyed a guessing contest. Mrs. Hugh McConnell and Mrs. M. Meickley were the host esses. Divine worship at the Methodist church mornlns and evening. The pastor, Dr. W. G. Crowder, -will preaon at both services. The address In tho evening on "Blu* Blood" Is timely and all parents Interested in the duty of the hour are invited to be present.— Committee. W. B. Thompson, who has been in the cream business In this city several years, has disposed of his business and. In company with J. R. Monohon, has taken the Dodge agency at Tama, Mr. Thompson has been devoting part of bis time for a year or more as a salesman for the Rude Auto Company, of this city. ________ Sparks falling on the roof caused a Are at the home of Mrs. Fred Howe, 504 North Third avenue, at 5:15 o'clock Friday evening, but nothing more serious than the burning of a few shingles resulted. The department ex tinguished the blaze with chemicals. The houae is owned by Lee Clark. The loss was nominal. In accordance with the request of our government, the V. W. C. A. will observe the Roosevelt memorial Sun day, Feb. 9. 3:30 to 4:30 p. m. Dr. Crowder will give the addrees. Mrs. Byfleld will sing. Everybody wel come. 4:30 to 5:30, Bible study "Of New "World Democracy." Social hour and lunch 5:30 to 6:30. Y. W. C. A. The Bethany Boosters of the United Brethren Sunday school were enter tained Friday evening by their teacher, Mrs. B. F. Kemper at her home. 601 Hast Main street, and had as guests Andrew Hanson, of Iowa 'State Col lege, Ames and Rev. and Mrs. O. S. Long. Following the business session the time was enjoyed socially and the hostess served refreshments assisted by Mrs. Long. Mesdames S. C. Lampman, O. B. Waters and P. M. Adamson were the hostesses Friday afternoon at the Lampman home, 707 West State street, to the members of Marshalltown chap ter, I. A. R. who disposed of routine business and then spent the time soc ially. Mrs. W. M. Achenbach, of Glad brook, and Mrs. W. R. Moninger, of Marietta, were in attendance from out of the city. Harry L. Berg, 503 West Nevada street, was mustered out of the service Friday at Camp Dodge and returned home Friday evening. Berg was one of a group of Ave men who were volun tarily Inducted into service in July, 1918, for special mechanical training at the University of Texas, Austin. Later lie was stationed -at Kelly field, wher he was trained for aviation. Prior to his Induction into the service Berg was a 'bookkeeper in the employ of the Marshall Oil Company. Special C. W. B. M. day services at the Central Church of Christ Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Miss -Myrtle Furroan the living-link missionary of the Central Church will tell of her work in India. She has been stationed at Bilaspur, India, central province for a number of years, and is now on a furlough, for a year to rest from the strenuous duties in that trying climate. She will speak to the young people at the Christian Endeavor hour 6:30. All members of the congregation are urged to be present, and others are invited. Committee. The C. W." B. M. Auxiliary of Cen tral Church of Christ met Friday day afternoon in the church parlors and after the business session the members took up the lesson under the leadership of Mrs. J. J. Guernsey who had charge of the devotional period. Mre. Guernsey read an article on "The Women Wage Earners of the Orient." iMrs. T. E. Lockard read a paper "Women of Japan" and Mrs. V. R. Lee reviewed a chapter from "Women of the Orient." The meeting was closed with a vocal duet by Mrs. S. R. Axe and Mrs. L. S. Brown. The funeral of Charles H. Jones was held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the 'Methodist church, Rev. F. J. Thomas conducting t!he services, as sisted by Revs. W. G. Crowder and S. N. Ramige. A rifle squad of returned soldiers attended the services in a body and acted as escort. The pall bearers, all of whom served In the navy, were Magnus Peterson, W. H» Nicholson, S. M. Ray, Clarence Ship man, Louis Olson, and Ernest Lock. The flower girls, all nieces of Mr. Jones, were Mrs. Mae Smith, of Des •Moines, and 'Misses Nona, Mae and Sicily Jones, Margaret and Evelyn Williams, and Luclle Bergren, of this city. Interment was in Riverside. Where shall I go tonight for a good time? To the Odeon Theater and see Al. Gorrell and his company in that four act comedy drama, "The Inter upted Wedding". The company will close its engagement at the Odeon Sunday evening presenting a three act drama, "The Woman in the Case". Mr. Gorrell claims this to be one of the best plays he has ever offered to the theater-goers of this city. Special ar rangements are being made for an elaborate setting of this production and each and every member of the com pany will be seen at his or her best An entire change of specialties will be offered each evening. Prices 10, 20 and 30 cents. Seats now selling*., Phone! 100B. Odeon*.. '4 O. B- Tuttls, Jswsisr opttoiaa. Or. IMaK. Drink'Celts* Watar aa« Imp. watt. Phone It, "tft» Ballay Boys. Burcsss riiiirtlni and Heating Can« pany wtl take totnl. of your work night or day. Wtone 1M*.—Advertisement. All trimmed aad untrimmed winter hats at tl each at Goldsmith's millio •ry. Sals begins Saturday, FVk. t, at ltl East Stats strsst.—Advertisement Mrs. Maude Hcurry and 8. Ker aey. of Eldore, returned to their home Friday night after bringing Mrs. Mary E. Bailey, algo of Eldora, to the adldiera' home. 1 Miss Helen WtUard arrived home Friday night from ftmlth College, Northampton, Mass., where she was in her Junior year. Mlsa Wlllard has been quite III with an mttaek of the appendicitis lut Is much improved and later will attbrnlt to an operation. In accordance with the request ef our governmwit, the Y. W. C. A. will. observe the Roosevelt Memorial Sun day, Feb. 9, 3:10 to 4:30 p. Dr. I Crowder will give the address. Mrs.. Byfleld will *ing. Everybody welcome. From 4:30 to 6:30, bible study, "Of New World Deoiocracv" social hour and lunch S: 30 to 6:30. Y. W. C. A. Employes and stockholders of the Fisher Governor Company, to the number of sixty-five, enjoyed their fifth annual banquet given by the company Friday evening at the fac tory. The dinner was also to celebrate the occupancy of the new addition. I Dinner was served in three courses by Mrs. Fisher assisted by wives of the heads of department.*. A general so cial time followed the dinner. Officers were elected at the meeting of the O. H. H. Cluji held Friday after noon with Catherine McGrew, 601 West Boone street. Pearl Boggle was chosen president Davida Wilbur, vice president Anna Belle MoOormack. secretary Marian Reece. treasurer and Catherine McGrew. reporter. Mtaalc and games occupied the time and the hoatess* mother, Mrs. J. B. McGrew. served refreshments assisted by her daughter and Mildred Lee. In honor of Mrs. Cochems. of Mil waukee, Mrs. H. W. Householder en tertained a few of Mrs. Cochems' for mer friends at luncheon Friday at her home. 609 West Main street. The guests were seated at one large table where luncheon was served in three courses by the hostess assisted by her sister. Mrs. W. B. Hurlburt. During the afternoon bridge formed the diversion, the prices being won by Mrs. Harry Stoddarf and Mrs. Harry F. McCombs. A covered dish supper was en joyed Friday evening by the members of Temple Chapter of the World Wide Guild of the Baptist church who met with Mrs. Charles Vyskocil and Mrs. Fred Weaver as hostesses at the Vy skocil home, 10 South Seventh ave nue. In the evening routine business and Red Cross work was taken up following the devotional period which was led by Mrs. Ray White. Piano numbers were given by Miss Laura Donnelson. The valentine Idea was carried out in the decoration of the rooms with red and white hearts. ASSIGNMENT OF CASES. Actions Set For First Half of Next Week. An assignment of cases for the first half of next week in district court was made Friday afternoon by Judge B. F. Cummings. The assignments follow: Monday, Feb. 10—State of Iowa vs. Tramberger, If. Hogan vs. McCombs Bros., et al., stdte of Iowa vs. Fred Propp, state of Iowa vs. Henry Han nusch. Tuesday. Feb. 11—State of Iowa vs. Charles B. Martin, town of St. Anthony vs. Peter Mayer, et al.: city of Mar shalltown vs. William Dunham, city of Marshalltown vfe. Bert Jenkins, city of Marshalltow^n vs. W. B. Thompson, state.of Iowa vs. C. Palmos, et al., state of Iowa vs. Walter Engleman (two cases), J. F. Chamness vs. McCombs Bros., et al. Wednesday, Feb. 12—Probate, in re estate of Juretta R. McMillan: J. E. McDonough vs. G. F. Howard, Hineck er & Negly vs. Henry J. Propp. WILL CL08E HOSPITAL. Red Cross Committee to Discontinue Emergency Hospital. Tho emergency influenza hospital at 107 South First avenue will be closed as soon as the patients now being cared for there can be moved. At a meetins held Friday night the Red Cross hospital committee decided to have all the patients moved from the building as soon as this could be done, then close the building and wind up the committee's business. There are so few patients now in the hospital that the committee was of the opin ion that it was no longer warranted operating the hospital. The influenza epidemic situation was unchanged at noon today, there still being five cases under treatment, four of which are at the Red Cross hospital. During the past week there has been but one new case reported. At the Hospitals. Irene, the daughter of J. A. Gallo way, of Whitten, submitted to an oper ation for hernia at the Deaconess this morning. She is doing nicely. Dorothy, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sieg, ?06. North First street, and Frederick, son of A. G. Volker, 207% West Church street, had their tonsils and adenoids removed this morning at the Deaconess. Mrs. G. Long, 303 North Center street, submitted to a minor operation this forenoon at the Deaconess. The oonditiori of Mm.,Frances Mars ton, who submitted to a serious ab dominal operation Friday at the Dea coness, is somewhat improved. The condition' of C.- C.- Trine, who is at the Deaconess, was very encourag ing today. He rested well Friday night and was able to take some nourish ment this morning. Mrs. Gregg's Schedule. The following lectures and demon strations' will be given next week by Mrs. Mary Gregg, home demonstration agent, Monday at 2 o'clock at the •home of iMTs. J. P, Allison In State Center a lesson on foods will be taken up Tuesday tbe same lesson will be studied at the Reformed church in Llaoomb Wednesday at the meeting of the Mothers' Club of the Fifth street mission a demonstration on "Milk as a Food" and "Milk Soups" will be given: Thursday at 1 o'clock at the Albion J. G. LANGMAID LIVE STOCK AND COMMERCIAL AUCTIONEER See me before making your dates. 9 North Ninth street Phone yellow 170^ Vlflilu -J* eonsolldatsd school a dsMoastiattoa, on the ess ef etorad v«aetaMss will bW •Ivan and at 1 o'clock the elaas oa horns management will meet Prtdaj the Mothers' Club ef Mala Osntsr will meet. Saturday moraine Mrs. Gregg will be in her office and In ths after noon she will attend a meeting of the board of dlreotors. Two Plveesss Oeented. Two divorces were granted Friday In district oourt decrees be lag Issued to Mrs. Vera May Donaldson, who auetl Kdwin 9H. Donaldson, and George H. Oeekman. who waa divorced trum Mrs. Lulu Beekman. It Is estimated that India oonaumss one-sixth of the world's supply of qui nine. MaOlE-iCK AELEF! N08USIER It Soothes and Relieves Like a Mustard Plaster Without the Burn or Sting Musterole is a clean, whits ointment, made with the oil oi mustard. Itdoeeall the work of the old-fashioned mustard plaster—does It better and does not Mis ter. You do not have to bother with a doth. You simply rub it oo—and usually ths pain to gone I Many doctors and nurses use Muster* ole and recommend it to their patienta They will gladly tell you what relief it elvesrrom sore throat bronchitis, croups stiff neck, asthma, neuralfia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago pains and aches of the bade or Joints, spr»lna. sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, fr feet colds of ths chest (it often vents pneumonia). 30csad60c jars hospitalriset&SQ, I $&Z5 For Coats to $17.50 Values This price is possible only because we wish to effect a complete clearance. Coats such as there, made of all wool materials and trimmed with belts and large collars, could not have been duplicated elsewhere in season at $17.50. $21-50 For Coats to $60 Values Coats in most exclusiwe styles, fav ored models, beautifully silk lined. Garment? of the highest character, some of them the prettiest shown in season. Your final choice, at only $21.50. OFFERING* SiPCCIAL FROM THE Corset Dept. N New Spring Models Most Espeeislly Priced. Pink fancy brocade cor set, 4 hose supporters =1tasUctop... $1 69 Pink sport corsets, made of fine coutil, 4 hose sup porters, elastic top, sizes 19 to 25, at d»| OA only v**«JaF Fancy white coutil cor set with pink silk stripe, 4 supporters, elastic top, extra value at $2.25 Lssal Ww»sr pre* I. S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMP WITH EACH 10c PURCHASE. Final Thirteen abew* aa* a helaw U» latter the temperature at Is «ke mornJsf. were the wlram ef teas- *Mwr iends oiMnai*** *NMVWKIC» rUNNACtS.** •!225l Ottr.aiNimV Its occasional THE uh BtA TO BEGIN MONDAY About 160 Coats Left for the Final Clearance Think of buying some of the best cloth coats in our entire stock for $25.00. They need no introduction—the character and grade of merchandise of our better coats is known to the buying public. Coats of silvertone, bolivia, crystal cloth and velour de laine in this final noteworthy selling. I Sale of Dresses IN THE CLOAK DEPT. MONDAY (Come early in the day—there are only fifty of these dresses) fine French serge dresses, also dresses of velvet for final clearance at $10.00. Wot One Sold Under $25—Many Sold for Wore You will find a most varied assortment of styles in prettyy effects, modishly trimmed and cut along in dividual lines. The entire lot in clearance beginning Monday at $10 REMNANTS AT 20 PER CENT LESS THAN PRESENT REDUCTIONS The remnant tables aije busy places these days and with this additional 20% off every remnant should be taken away. Remnants in lengths, just right for skirts* childrens dresses, blouses and other garments, which skillful women can fashion. •hSveaad a below aad 14 year e*» momtaf the (ssi ma in —LET HAUSE SOOT REMOVES": *-1. Clean Your Boilers or Furnace will keep the Furnace fret give you more heat and cut down the fuel bill. IF YOU DO keep Hause Soot Remover handy and use it as directed, you will have -4 No More Smoky Furnace, MltC HEART SHALUOWM The Second Week of No More Soot. No Tearing Down Pipe. No More Muss to Clean Up HAUSE SOOT REMOVER Will destroy soot or soot scale, Will make your old boiler steam like new. Will make your furnace five more heal iVF WILL SAVE FUEL. Works the same on Oil Burners. Sold by McCarten Plumbing Co. Elks Building., Marshalltown, Jpwa PROFIT SHARING STORK Coat Clearance $13:5? For Coats to $35 Values The material alone is worth more than the price we are ask ing for the garment complete. Made of fine wool materials, in styles that fashion approves, all colors, with collars of splf mate rial or fur. $25:99 For Our Best Coats This lot consists of the finest of coats, fashioned from soft velours, lined with silk throughout, in regular and extra sizes. r«s I from tool* PlWnH' Jlf BECOME A STdCK HOLDER AND flAVF 5% iff Ann f'A Tr PURCHASES. ON I I OFFERINGS SPECIAL From the Annex Sweaters, in part wool, ex tremely good styles in mod els for boys, girls and wom en. Colors cardinal and grey, on sale at Suits for Juvenilles, suits for the little tots in wool ens, velveteen and novelty cloths. Clever little styles that will please the boy as well as mother. In final at""""!06. Floorr-lMvihS a 9 ,:"3 !t4 v/: I I $1.50 $3.49 Costs for Girls, alies I to 14 years In all wool velours end ve lour plushes, In final clearaWay ^t 17,10, |7JO, $7JO, H-M, HITS.