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THURSDAY, February 19, 1903.
Rockford Cotton Hose, pair
Tinware, Graniteware, Chinaware and Dishes and
all kinds of
Pencil Tablets, lc each up to
Ink Tablets 5 and 10 cents each.
2 packages Envelopes
2 pairs for
24 sheets and envelopes to match..
15c paper and envelopes to match
25c paper and envelopes to match
50c paper and envelopes to match.
5c Best Ink, per bottle.
You can have your choice of any article on our 10c
counter with each $1.00 purchase during February.
Come and see our tine line of Candies. They are al
ways fresh
Watches, Clocks
done on shortest notice and in
the very best manner at
$ 113 E. Main St. $
Charlton, Feb. 10.—J. A. Lane, of Cleve
land No. 4, wus in the city Wednesday ou
J»ni.".4iiJUi dT'linglrtomr^f 'ItiYssell, was
"'adjudged insane yesterday liy the board of
Insanity and was taken by Sheriff Bo.su to
Clarinda yesteiilay morning where she will
receive tronlmeiit.
tV. .1. Wrljjlit, one of the prosperous far
mers of Center township, visited in the
city yesterday with his parent.'', Mr. and
Mrs. D. S. Wriisht, on North Grand street.
Dr. J. A. Mclvleen was in Des Moines
yesterday attending a meeting of the state
,1oard of health of which he is 11 member.
Mrs. Minnie llicknian has returned home
from a visit with relatives in lndlanola.
Sirs. Lula Downs returned to her home
in Ailiia yesterday, after a pleasant visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. IS. ltals
Mrs. Giissic ltates Buchanan, of Oskaloo
BO» is visiting at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. !•'. liates.
Yesterday morning was said to lie the
coldest of any time this winter. The ther
mometer registered l(i degrees below zero,
and was accompanied by a strong north
west wind.
Chas. Flynn, .of Lucas. wasiu the city
yesterday enrottte to Texas on a business
G. W. Eekermnn, of New York, was in
the city Wednesday on business.
Miss Moiiie Fluke has returned home
fiuiu a visit with friends in Osceolu apd
Des Mollies.
Leroy. the little son of Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Tott is quite sick with pneumonia.
The bull at the armory last evening, giv
en by Company II, was largely attended.
Arch Whore, of l.iucoln township, has re
turned from a visit with his son In Afton
Bloomfield, Fob. 10.—General Z. T. Swee
ney will give a lecture at the Methodist
Episcopal church Thursday evening, Feb.
20, subject, "Bedrock In Anglo-Saxon Civill-
.zation." Mr. Sweeney gave lei-turt* in
tWs city last winter to a splendid audi
ence, and there has been general senti
ment for securing him for another lecture.
C. O. Hreeil, of Afton, was here last.
Friday and purchased 500 head of sheep
from A. J. Taylor which he shipped to
^'•Chicago Sunday.
Kj® IJorn, Saturday, to Mr. nud Mrs. '1' S.
HjHSiAltli, wlio reside northeast of town, a
A partition suit wus commenced Tues-
We Have
several second hand buggies,
one rubber tire surrey, one Co
lumbus trap that we will sell.
Worth the niottey, good and
strong, and don't forget our line
I* of harness. We are making
some tempting prices.
Carriage Co.
-y. w-..
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ilny in the district court in whirl, Calcl
H. Townsend appears as plaintiff, and
Charity Townsend, Carrio Toxvnsvml, Wil
lis J. Towns'rnd, Tiny K. Towusond, Oru
I Townswid, Cora Townsond, Kva Townsand,
5 and Olen Townaond are named as defend
Ferry Roderick returned Friday to (Yrro
Gordo. 111., after having spent tho winter
here with Mrs. J. \V. Voung.
Frank Swift, of Chicago, is visiting rela
Uves in this county.
Dill' Knight, of Pulaski, was a business
caller in Hloomfteld Wednesday.
Itohert L. Harper and Anna M. Pope, of
Clark county, Missouri, were married in
the county recorder's office Wednesday at
noon, Mr. Downing officiating. l«\ A. Pope,
father of the hride and County Recorder
P. P. J&rvis witnessed the ceremony.
Chsquest, Feb. 19.—Mrs. K. C.
Smith, an aged and highly respected
woman of this place, died at her home
Friday morning at 6 o'clock. She had
been in poor health for some time,
but had suffered very intensely for
about two weeks from general disabil
ity, seemingly occasioned from old
age. The funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. Daily of Troy, from the
family residence Saturday at 1 a. m.
Interment was made in the Leando
cemetery, beside the graves of her
husband, two sons and one daughter.
Four daughters and three sons, all of
whom except one son were present at
the funeral, are left to mourn their
iSeth Harymari sold his match black
driving team to a Chicago buyer Sat
urday for a neat sum of money.
Cliff Whitten, who is attending
school at Des Moines, spent Sunday
with home folks, returning to Des
Moines Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith are the
proud parents of a little girl born to
them Sunday evening, February 15.
Grover Shaffer visited over Sunday
night with his cousin, Charles Shaffer,
near Leando.
Quite a crowd attended Mr. Bon
stock's sale Saturday. Almost every
thing sold well.
Dr. T. G. McClure of Douds was a
professional caller here Sunday ev
Birmingham, Feb. 18.—G. W. Coun
tryman i.as sold his residence to Mrs.
Rebecca Elliott for $1,400, possession
tQ b$ given April 1. Mr. Countryman
will move into the Yost property un
til he finds a suitable location for
J. W. Gilbert of Sterling, 111., spent
the past week here looking after the
interests of the new creamery, which
is expected to begin operations about
April 1.
Miss Myrtie Moore very pleasantly
entertained the Cooking club Thurs
day Evening. A dainty collation was
Mrs. Thomas Wells of Burlington is
visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ran
Miss Inez Clark has been visiting
friends in Fairfield, Batavia and Lib
ertyville the past week.
Mrs. H. C. Raney of Fairfield spent
last week with her mother, Mrs. Ra
chel Bogle, who is in very poor health.
Rev. George Ainslee returned from
Cedar Rapids last week, accompanied
by Mrs. Ainslee, who is suffering from
a severe spell of nervous prostration,
induced by the sudden death of their
son Ribert several weeks ago.
Miss Grace Boies entertained her
young friends at a valentine party
Saturday evening.
Mrs. E. H. Skinner has been quite
seriously sick with heart trouble, but
is slowly improving.
Rollo Wells, who is principal of the
school in Stockport, has received an
appointment as postal clerk in the rail
way mail service, his run extending
from Peoria to the northern part of
the state
A. B. Murphy of Mt. Pleasant has
been visiting his son Crate the past
week. Mr. Murphy has recently sold
out at Mt Pleasant.
A million dozen Eggs a thousand pounds of good Country Butter Ap
ples. too Potatoes also. Why, don't you know this is the best place in Ot
tiimwa to sell your produce? Good Flour, per sack, 90c Better fc'iour, per
sack, $1.05 Splendid Flour, per sack, $1.10 Coffee, 8 l-3c and 10c and 12%c
and 15c per pound.
Five loads of stock were shipped to
Sunday by special train by
Messrs. Crawford, Hall, Arnold and
The, next number-of the lecture
course will be at the opera house
March 2, Franco, the impersonator.
W. L. Bonnott spent several days
last week visiting in Memphis, Mb.
Miss Myrtie Moore leaves this week
for Des Moines, where she has a posi
tion with a wholesale millinery house.
Seven were received into the mem
bership of the Hethodist Episcopal
church Sunday.
Munterville,"Feb. 10.—Last Friday even
ing occurred the death of John Johnson at
the home of Charley Johnson, where he
has made Ills home for the past number
of years during the winter months.: The
doctor said the cause of Ills death was
heart failure. Ills relatives who live in
Ottumwn, were at once notified and eaine
up to Munterville the next day. and made
preparations for his burial whieli took
place on Sunday forenoon, at 10:30
o'clock, in the cemetery at Munterville,
John Swenson conducting the services as
the Itev. E. T. Llndeen is attending con
ference In Burlington. John Johnson was
born In Sweden and emigrated to America,
a number of years ago and was some over
6S years of age at the time of his death.
Ilis brother, Mr. Johnson, and brotlici
In-law, both from Otluniwa, were In at
tendance at the burial, afterwards re
turning to their homes.
The Mmiteiville and Dudley Mutual Tel
ephone company which was organized
short time ago has now ordered their
phones and In about three weeks' time
will be in operation. Their line runs from
Dudley to a point about ten rods north of
the Munterville store, which Is the ter
minus of the lino which is called the Mun
terville line. There are number of sub
scribers on both these lines who wish to
install switch board in Munterville, which
would lie a mutual benefit to botn com
panies bur. the question has not been set
tled yet. It Is hoped that It will lie done
as there wlli lie several other companies
organize at once whieli will run Into Mun
terville, if there will only be a switch
board put In there.
August Btirgason was 111 Ottnmwn Mon
Mrs. Albert (iustnvison, of Ottuniwa. who
has been visiting relatives in this vicinity
for the past week, will return to her home
N. I'. Pearson was busy putting up^iec
yesterday and today.
William Fiilgnian, who used to be a resi
dent near here but for tlie past two years
near Ottumwa. was calling on some of his
old friends this week and remaining over
night with Itoliert Kirftnnn and return
ing home over the Milwaukee Monday ev
Another new rural telephone company
was organized last week on the Christlans
burg ridge with twenty-two subscribers,
and will build their lino immediately.
August Burgason delivered corn in
llynes yesterday. ,t
Brookvllle, Feb. 10.—Peter Yost, who has
been suffering severely nil winter with a
cancer, is very low at present.
Bertha Stanford will entertain her
friends at her home east of here this even
The school closes Friday with a literary
program In the afternoon.
Miss Bessie Walker gave a valentine par
ty to her friends Saturday evening.
Tommy School! is spending a few days
here with his brother llenry.
Mary llupp is visiting relatives at Abing
Will Logan was a business visitor at
Fairfleld Mouday.
Mrs. liurry Hupp Is on the sick list this
Bohtown, Feb. 10.—Orin \Vood, of Court
Mill is visiting relatives at Kirksvllle this
John Latlirop, of Klrkvllle, is visiting at
the home* of Levi Weed this week.
Frank Skinner and John Iluren attended
the sale at Win. Munley Wednesday.
I). E. Simmons, of Fickle avenue, wns
transacting business in Floris Monday.
John Pilclier and EOle Griinstead. of
Sorghum Itldgc, were married In Bloom
field recently.
Mrs. Agee is very sick.
Austin Lottie and flora Simmons, of
IMckle avenue, arrived home from Ottnm
wa where they had been spending a few
days visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Marchand and fam
ily were visiting Jack Simmons and family
Ott Vaughn, of Albin, Is visiting at the
news office this week.
Nettle Finley were visiting Mrs. Wood,
of Court III11 Tuesday.
Mrs. Gordon Is still on the sick list.
Jack Simmons and family were visiting
at the parental home, Mr. and Mrs. Sum
Simmons Monday.
John Wood was at Ward MeCalley's on
business Tuesday.
Salein, Fell. 10.—Frank Edwards, of Fair
fleld, Is spending a few days with his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards.
Mrs. Win. Bunker returned Saturday
from Ottuniwa, where she visited friends.
She also visited Mrs. J. C. Carson at Mys
Miss Belle Masden, of Mt. Pleasant, is
at home for a few days.
Itev. Henderson, pastor of the Congrega
tional church, tendered his resignation
Monday, lie has accepted position at
Shenandoah at $1,200 per year. Itev. Hen
derson leaves many warm friends at Sa
Leonard Weeks and wife are rejoicing
over the arrival of a baby girl at their
home last week.
John Campbell is seriously ill with pneu
Mrs. Minnie Pool and son Harold, of
Oxford, are visiting at tile Jim Bicksler
Miss Nellie Sinclair and Miss Mabel Ad
dleman, students of the Iowa Wesle.van Un
iversity at Mt. Pleasant, were over Sun
day guests at the M. K. parsonage.
Mrs. Lizzie Itogers and Miss Katie Iiog
gatt, of Mt. Pleasant, arc visiting their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sarah Iloggalt.
Mrs. Hose Plttman and daughter. Ber
tha, of Mt. Hamill, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Simpkln.
Wednesday Mrs. Ebb Williamson came
from Primrose to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Win. Bufflngton.
The correspondent was mistaken In the
report of real estate transfers last week.
Ed. Barton, Instead of Fred Huxley, having
pun-based the property belonging to Miss
Annie Packer, consideration $1,000. Fred
Huxley has purchased the John Lysle prop
John Brown, who lived four miles north
of Salem, moved to Mt. Pleasant last week.
X. II. Arnold will move in the house va
cated by Mr. Brown.
Mrs. Cora Cook IteeveB and son Cook,
of Keokuk, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. O.U.
Mrs. Klirlner is sick with pneumonia.
Bert Simpkln, of Minnesota, is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simpkln.
About $11 was taken In at the sock so
cial held at Mr. Keller's Tuesday evening
and a pleasant time was enjoyed by nil.
Mrs. Kate Carlisle was a Mt. Pleasant
visitor Wednesday.
Dr. Rlzer is in Chicago this week at
tending a dentists' convention.
The Willing Workers society netted near
$70 at their musical entertainment given
by Messrs. Roinmell and Albert last Wed
nesday evening. The entertainment was
one of the Unest musical treats Salem has
ever had. The privilege of enjoying Dr.
ItoinmeH'R piano solo was a masterpiece.
It. Is truly said that Hans Albert Is the
finest violinist In the United States. The
society appreciated the kindness of the
Congregational diurcU uud the Christian
Endeavor society for Ui° "sc of their
church and piano and most heartily thank
tliem for tho sniho'.
Tuesday was ti|e dedication of tile new
Odd Fellow building nud the opening of
the new opera house. The exercises open
ed with an address of welcome by J. M.
Triplelt, the building of a temple repre
senting faith, hope, charity, truth, friend
ship and love, which was very touching,
then a duet by c. I. Del.uslimutt and Miss
Clara Cooper, after which the temple was
dedicated. It. S. Galer. of Ml. Pleasant,
delivered an excellent address and the af
ternoon services closed by singing the
Doxology. An excellent supper was Rerv
ed in the G. A. H. hall and In the evening
the comic opera, "II. M. S. l'lnafore," wns
given by home talent, which was by far
the best home talent play ever given by
the Salem young people. Kacli one plnyed
their part well, but great credit is due to
Misses Maud Hawkins. Winifred Triplett
and Ethel Foss and Messrs. Elmer Peek,
Ijorlu Itliode and Frank Hoggart for the
manner in whieli they rendered tlielr
pa rts.
Miss Annie Packer and Mrs. Ella Krons
kop, of Mt. Pleasant, are Salcni guests
this week.
Illllsboro, Feb. 10.—Hay iilxon left for
Oklahoma Tuesday where Ills father lives.
The many friends of ltev. C. W. Cocliran
and wife, who were lliiisboro young peo
ple, but are now living In Sallna, where
Charlie Is the pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church, are rejoicing over the
news of the safe arrival of a baby girl
at their home.
Itobt. White and wife were Salem visit
ors Saturday last.
Several of the people attended the I. O.
O. F. dedication Tuesday.
Mrs. J. B. Jordan went to Sallna Tues
day to visit C. W. Cocliran and wife.
Louden Van Tramp went to Ottumwa
Monday evening.
II. II. Eyre was a business visitor in Ft.
Madison Tuesday.
Mrs.j:. L. Tennant and her mother, Mrs.
Kiln Walker, left via Ft. Madison for Pon
tine. Kansas, to lie gone three weeks.
CHIT Stettler, a brother-in-law of I)r.
Laird, is visiting the doctor tills week.
Baptismal services at Disciples church
Wednesday evening, Itev. Berkley offlclat
Dudley. Feb. 19.—The members of the
iMidley and Munterville Mutual Telephone
Co. met at the No. 7 school house Saturday
evening for the purpose of transacting
some business matters.
John Swenson ealled on A. T. Johnson,
southeast of here, Monday.
Mrs. A. K. (iustavison. of Ottumwa, re
turned home Wednesday after spending
several days with relatives in tills vicinity.
Mrs. Chas. Carlson visited Oust Burgason
110 day last week.
Quite a number of tho people from here
attended tho funeral of Mrs. J. N. Peter
son at Munterville last Thursday.'
Butler, Feb. 10.—David and Joe Sliutes
were in Chicago visiting relatives last
S. Funk and family moved to their new
home near Kirksvllle, Mo., last week. Mr.
Crawford will live on the place vacated by
Mr. Funk.
Wm. Helms was in Chicago part of last
Mrs. A. J. Burgess went to Wright Mon
day afternoon.
II. A. Watts was in Hedrlcl Saturday.
John Brown moved to his farm near
I'ckln last week.
Ed Perry will live on the place vacated
by John Brown.
J. A. Sirvls and James llultz were in
Fremont Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Darner and daughter
Ollie were In Ottumwa Saturday.
J. T. Burgess was 1)1 Fremont Saturday.
James Flckllng took two car loads of
cattle to Chicago Sunday morning.
John Manuel, of Chllllcothe. wns visiting
relatives and friends nrpuud here part of
last week.
"D. McKelvey, of Ottuniwa, visited at D.
Shutcs last week.
Mrs. Arthur Hoffman and neice went to
Wright Saturday.
Bert De Selm wns In Fremont. Saturday.
Ernest Shaw, traveling agent for the II.
L. Spencer wholesale house, was in But
ler Saturday-
J. C. Kcnnell was in Fremont Friday
Moravia, Feb. 10.—Wm. Wllsoii left for
Tracy Tuesday to accept a position as
day-operator on the Wabash railway.
Horace Barnes made a business trip to
Alhia Tuesday.
Walter and Willis Eastlack are ou the
sick list tills week.
John LOP, of Osknloosn, is here visiting
his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. All Pol
Samuel Richardson and wife Sundaycd
In Moulton.
Joe Stokes, of Lancaster, Mo., was here
on business Monday.
Mrs. Hannah (irahain and daughter are
here for a few weeks' stay with friends
and relatives.
Mrs. George Hancock, who has been
quite ill of late, is reported much better.
Miss Emma McAdanis, of IJnionvlile. lias
accepted a position as clerk at Hancock's
dry goods store.
joe McCrary was called to Foster Tues
day on business.
Columbia, Feb. lO.-Itev. C. E. Hawk wns
unable on account of sickness to till his
regular appointment at Columbia on last
A bob-sled load of young people from
lwre attended church at Chllllcothe on Inst
Monday night. Those who went were
Misses Clara (Jardner. Alma plney, Wesslc
Shields. Jennie Stodgliill, Lois Akers, Car
lie Gardner, Dojle. Carman and Bessie Gil
lette, Messrs. Walter Gardner, Will Stodg
hlll, Bert Roberts, Well Cranilillt, Ernest
Xye, Frank Roberts, Holla Carman and
Qulg Gnrdner.
Miss Mary Johnson, who has been very
sick, Is better.
Mrs. C. C. Olney is on the sick list.
J. W. Gardner lost a good work horse
last week.
There will he a social at the Columbia
school house next Friday night, Feb. 20,
Miss Edna Gardner, who lias been teach
Ing In Washington township, lias resigned
her school on account of poor health and Is
now at home-
Yampa, Feb. 10.--C. W. Burnaugh and
sisters, Mrs. Maggie Smith and Miss Iva
Bnrnnugli, attended the teachers' meeting
at Competlne Thursday evening.
Mrs. Mary Bono visited friends In Eldou
Sunday. ,,
Mrs. Mary Whit move returned home Ir!
day after an extended visit with friends in
Jefferson county.
C. W. Burnaugh and Alton Ycnger at
tended the teachers' meeting at Eldon Sat
urday evening.
Guy Yeager made a business trip to Ot
tumwa Monday.
Milo Heno went to Davis county Monday.
F. M. Reuo Wus a business caller in El
don Monday.
Bert Glltner received by express a nne
thoroughbred pig Friday.
Eldon, Feb. 19.-G. M. B. Myers return
ed home from Eddyvllle where he attend
ed the funeral of I. S. Itiggs.
Mrs. W. 8. Beard returned" yesterday
from a pleasant visit with friends In Fann
Superintendent Moll, of Trenton, Mo.,
was in the city on business today.
Mrs. L. E. Saylcs, of this city, and un
cle, W. II. Duke, of Des Moines, were Ot
tumwa visitors today.
U. Hilleg was an Ottumwa visitor today.
A lot of 200 Men's Suits, mostly all sizes,
in Fancy Cassimeres and Worsted, Black
Cheviots and Worsted—k price—at
$2.48, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95
worth up to $10.00
A lot of 100 Men's Overcoats in black,
brown and blue black beavers and meltons,
worth up to $18.50
While they last $9.95
Men's good heavy Pur Mittens and Gaunt
let Gloves—1-2 price 98c
Men's heavy all wool Sweaters, all colors
and sizes—1-2 price 75c
219 East Main.
Fireman tileeson Is quite sick with ty
phoid fever.
Dan Hendricks, of Douds, was in the city
on business today.
Mrs. W. D. Ilinkle, of Selma, was a vis
itor in tho city today.
L'has. McDowell has resigned his posi
tion as brnkcninu on the ltock Island.
Misses Myrtle and Willa Creamer vlslt
friends in this city yesterday curonte
to Agency to attend the wedding of Miss
Mayme Foster and Frank Acton.
L. W. Ilal made a business trip to
I'nlouvillc today.
Miss Dot Ityland, of Bonaparte, visited
friends in this city today enronte to Kan
sas City.
Britt is sporting a Chinese divorce
case in which the woman, who had
been sold by her husband .to another
Chinaman, objected.
This market is furnished by the
Weare Commission Co., Chicago,
E. C. French, suite 18, Hofmann
Building, agent.
Open. High. Low. Close.
May 77(870% 77% 76% 77%
July 731/j 73% 73% 73%
May 45% 451/j 45% 45%
July 43V4 44% 43% 44
May 35% 35% 35% 3.VSJ
July 3i% 32% 32Vi 3SJ4
May 17.40 17.(15 17.40 17.05
July 1G.S3 17.05 10.S5 17.05
May 0.57 0.G5 0.55 0.02
July 0.35 0.47 0.35 0.45
Short Ribs
Mav 0.52 0.05 0.50 0.65
July 0.37 0.50 0.37 0.50
Northwestern Receipts.
Last Last
Today, week, year
Duluth 31 Holiday (II
Minneapolis 135 11 28
Chicago 11 11 14
Receipts Today.'
Wheat, 11 ears corn, 146 cars oats, 72
Estimated Receipts Tomorrow.
Wheat, 10 cars corn, 145 ears oats 05
Primary Receipts.
Wheat today, 320,000 bushels*' and last
year 442,000 bushels corn today, 300,000
bushels, and last year 251,000 bushels.
Wheat today. 130,000 bushels, and last
year 154,000 bushels corn today, 430,000
bushels, and last year 103,000 bushels.
Wheat, 837,000 bushels corn, 207,000
bushels oats, 12,000 bushels.
Visible Supply.
Wheat has Increased, 541.000 bushels
corn has Increased 1180,000 bushels oats
lias Increased 41S.OOO bushels.
Liverpool Cables.
Opening—Wheat %c lower corn, un
Closing—Wheat lie lower corn Ue lower.
Hog Market,
Receipts today, 25,000 left over, 13,000
estimated tomorrow, 24,000 ofllclal re
ceipts yesterday, 28,000.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Fell. 10.—Cattle, receipts 10,000
market steady good to prime, 5.50i?i5.75
poor to medium, stackers, 2.30®
4.50 cows, [email protected]: 0 Texans, 3.5(1(^4.25.
Hogs, receipts 26,000 market slow and
SCo.lOc lower mixed butchers, [email protected]
good to choice heavy, 7.20W7.40 rough
heavy, [email protected] light, [email protected] bulk
sales [email protected]
Sheep, receipts 12,000 market strong
3.75f/{3.75 lambs [email protected]
A Warm Member
Just a Few in Our
Warm Line.
Old Ladies' Warm Shoes
and House Slippers, $1.50,
$1.35 and $1.25, QQ
Women's Arctics,
75c and
Men's Arctics,
95c and
Women's Alaskas
Men's heavy cotton Sweaters 39c
Special for tomorrow only—Good heavy packing house work shoes, lace, buckle
or congress.
106 East Mala Street.
Cjl y'
Pork, May 17.65 July 17.05.
Lard, May !Ui2yi!Ui5 July 0.45.
Kills, May 0.05: July 0.50.
Rye. May 5Ui//i50%.
Barley, cash 4-K?i,50.
Flax, 1.14(31.10.
Timothy, 4.00.
Clover, 11.75.

The 50c on the $1.00 Sale
Value always takes first plac^ here. Nothing misrepresented.
Your money back for any cause, That is what has made
this the people's popular trading place.
The Anderson Men's and Boy's Outfitters. The House that Saves You Money.
Peoria Produce Market.
I'eorla, Fob. 10.—Corn, firm No. 3 41Vj.
Onts, dull No. 3 white 34!4.
Chicago Poultry Market.
Chicago, Feb. 10.—Poultry, market firm
turkeys, 15(fjl8 chickens, 10(213%.
New York Poultry Markets.
New York, Feb. 10.—Poultry, alive, mar
ket firm turkeys 14©15 fowls. 15 dressed,
market firm chickens, [email protected] fowls, 11
(S/.14 turkeys, 18®.
Chicago Butter and Egg Market.
Chicago, Feb. 10.—Butter, market steady
creameries, 18(i/26 dairies, 145/23.
Fggs, market steady 16%@17l4.
New York Butter and Egg Market.
New York, Feb. 10.—Butter, market firm
creamery, common to choice, 184j26 held
18(H.25 extra, 27.
Eggs, market firm refrigerated, [email protected]
fancy, 10.
St. Louis Produce Market.
St. Louis, Feb. 10.—Wheat, cash 71%
Sl»v 72*'.i7 !.
Corn, cash 41% May 41%.
Oats, cash 35% May 35*Ji(j£35%.
New York Produce Market.
New York, Feb. 10.—Wheat, May 80%.
Corn, May Dl%.
There is no change in the local
wholesale markets today.
Live Stock.
Choice hogs, over 250 lbs...
Choice hogs, 200 to 250 lbs.
Choice hogs, 120 to 200 lbs
Choice heavy sows
Cows, per cwt
Heifers, per cwt
Poultry .. ..'. ..
Spring chickens
Boy's long pants Suits, sices from 10 to 20,
in all the latest and wanted styles, 1-2 price
From $1.95 to $8.50
'Worth up to |l8.00
Boy's good Knee Pants, 1-2 price 15c
Boy's heavy Sweaters, 1-2 price 35c
Boy's heavy Work Shirts, 1-2 price 25c
Boy's and children's Blouse Waists, light
and dark colors, 1-2 price 25c
Boy's Dress Shirts. 1-2 price 13c
Boy's Long Pants, 1-2 price 98c
Boy's heavy Arctics 75c
Boy's heavy work shoes 98c
Boy's Rubbers 50c
For a short time only, we will give to each purchaser of One
Dollar's Worth of goods a beautiful Hall Tree or Hat Rack absolute
ly free. The only way to convince you of the superiority of Grand
Union Goods is to get you to try them—that's why we make this
great offer. Our loss will be your gain. Get one while they last, as
no more than our present stock will be given.
Better goods for less money than small concerns can possibly
give, and valuable premiums extra is what you get when trading with
Headquarters New York
For over twenty years we have been selling seeds in Ottumwa, and
are now better prepared than ever to furnish field seeds of all kinds.
We also have the best selected stock of garden seeds kept in the city.
We have on hand a large amount of genuine Essex Rape seed, Blue
Grass seed, and also have a full supply of ground Linseed Meal, Cot
ton Seed Meal, Salt and in fact any and everything a farmer wants
to buy in the line of seeds and feed.
We also pay the highest market price for grain at our elevator.
See us before selling grain. See us before buying seeds.
JONES & BUCHANAN, Flour and Feed Dealers,
20-122 E. Second St. Ottumwa, Iowa
Chicngo Produce Market.
Chicago, Feb. 1!).—Wheat, No. 2 red 75(®
76 No. 3 red 70(3:74% No. 2 hard 71(f/:73
No. 3 hard. 68(fi71 May opened 7(S%iB,77%
highest 77%@77% lowest 76% closing 77%
6 72%.
Corn, No. 2, No. 2 white and No. 2 vel
low 43%@44 No. 3 42®42% No. 3 yellow
4367,43%: February 43 May opened 45%@
45Vi highest 45%@45% lowest 45^ clos
ing 45%?/45%.
Oats, No. 2 34(534% No. 3 33%S34: No. 2
white 36§37 No. 3 white 35(535% No. -1
white 33%fff34% standard 35%(f(30l Febrii
ary 34 May opened 35Vjft.35% highest 35}£
U36 lowest 35% closing 35%.
219 East Main
Cocks 3
Young lien turkeys 13
Young gobblers 10
No. 2 turkeys p%
Old gobbler 7%
Geese, full feathered, at 4%
Ducks, full feathered, at 7
Grains and Hay.
Wheat, fall 40IS55
Oats 20f«30
Itye 30Si37
Corn ,3([email protected]
Hay 8.50(311.00
Oats straw 4.00(3:6.50
Timothy seed jior liu 1.20(3,1.40
Clover seed, per bu D.00®6.50
Butter and Eggs.
Butter, packers pay 12
Iiggs, packers pay -13
Separator butter 26
Renovated butter
Illdcs, cured. No.
Cured, No. 2
(Ireeu, No. 1 ....
ICngllsh Breakfast ..
Ceylon ...
Uncolored Japan
Coffee, Mocha and Java
Ulo roasted
Golden, Itlo, green
Sugar, cut loaf, [email protected] lbs
Pulverized, 13 lbs for
Granulated, 1ft ITis for
Extra C, 20 lbs for
Dark C, 22 lbs for
Hides, Wool and Feathers.
Green, No. 2
Wool, tubwaslied
Medium, washed
Coarse, unwashed
Fine unwashed
Tallow, No. 1
Tallow, No. 2
lOft/'l (t%
Coal and Wood.
Soft coal, nut, per ton
Soft coal, lump, per ton
Wood, per cord
Flour and Feed.
Flour, per sack
Corn meal, 10 lb sack
(iraham flour, 10 It) sack
Corn chop, per cwt
Shorts, per cwt
Oats, per cwt
Bran, per cwt
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Tea, Coffee and Sugar.
Tea, Imperial, per It)..
25, 50, 75
25, 50, 75
25, 50, 75
25, 50, 75
25, 50, 75
Butter and Eggs..
Creamery butter, separator ......
Dairy butter III prints
Country butter, per pound
lCggs, per dozen
Potatoes, per bushel
Turnips, per peck
Onions, per peck
Beets, per peck
Cabbage, per lb
Celery, Ppr stalk
Sweet potatoes, per peek
Oranges, per dozen
Itunniias, per dozen
Cauliflowers, per head
Leiiions, per dozen
Carrots, per peck
Apples, per peek
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