The List of Taxpayers In Polk
Township Who Pay More Than $15
In Each Assessor's District—Not An
Official List. «7
This list is not an official tajf list
It is a transcript from the orlginaljreo»
ord prepared for the use of the county
treasurer by the county auditor. It
may be found Bubject to many changes
when payment is made at the treasur
er's office. No account is made of
sales, trades or other deals during the
paBt year which may affect the pay
ment of taxes. A portion of the total
list only is. published each day. Only
where the taxes paid by the individual
in each township or assessors districts
amounts to over $15 is the amount
These taxes are due now and have
been since January 1. If not paid be
fore March 1 the taxes become delin
quent. If not paid before April 1 a tax
of 1 per cent per-month is added to
the total. If, .however, one-half of the
amount of the tax is paid before April
1 the balance may be allowed to run
until October 1 before the penalty is
attached. The land sale for property
upon which taxes are not paid is held
on the first Monday in December.
C. B. Anderson ... $ 24.42
August Anderson 19.38
E. Allen 15.94
6 SATURDAY, February 18, 1905. ™i «S* W$7£KMJ9J8
tSm *SBM0» «w -flMc there ts
a w*rnin* to ten yon of it, and
__ (he ldte«gps aaU tor help there to
tfcae to lose. Kidney dlBeuae wr«
end ut umu» xaare deaths
lar than may other human tin.
ntae aaeee out of tea this ta due
Deflect. Kidney disorders axe eas
ooctmcted, hut Joat as easily otared
treated properly and In time.
oanses of kidney troubles
ootde, fevers, exposure, strains on
ttbe ftacHfr Mood-potooninjr diseases.
are the blood filters,
become stole, the blood
With ta purities, -which
y» hare failed to remove.
MM backache, still, tame, and
oleo, aching Jolnta, spells of
hieadttehes, rheumatic pains,
n, nervousness, and lan
heart and many other bod-
the Sidneys are fast
down, and from this cause
i. becomes dlsooiored and full
of mudjr sediment passages are too
gueat. eoyl often painful.
add crystalliree and causes
•ravel and kidney stones. The blad
der o«aaot perform It natural duties.
IWater which should pass off in the
furtoe ooTects-ln different parts of the
feodR causing dropsical bloating.
ForSale by all Dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Prop*
TAXES DUE FROM PERSONS OWN
ING PROPERTY IN WAPELLO
REMEMBER—Allcock's Plasters have been in use over 55years.
They are the original and genuine porous plasters and liave never been
equalled as a pain-curer. Guaranteed not to contain belladonna, opium
or any poison whatever.
The tetf"onfeome t« either"TPeafled
diabetes or fatal Brlght's Disease,
Nothing can cure the sufferer at any
stage except a medloine that oures the
There is on* remedy which never
falls to cure sick kidneys—Doan's Kid
ney Pills. This specific helps the kid
neys to take out all the kidney pois
ons. Its effects are lasting. Hundreds
of oures have been made by Doan's
Kidney Pills In this city, and many
grateful people testify. Here's one
Sirs. Elisabeth Bowen, of 103 Clay
ton avenue, says: "I found Doan's
Kidney Pills a most valuable aid for
dispelling aohlng pains through the
kidneys. Even walking a little fast
caused th%. pains in my loins to be
come excruciating. Doan's Kidney
Pills whic)i I procured at Will I* Sar
gent's drug store was the first medi
cine that ever grave me real and last
ing relief. My back has not hurt me
since using them. I have told my lady
friends how good and reliable Doan's
Kidney Pills are, and will continue to
do so, for I know the user of them will
not be disappointed In securing the
I IN E
a I S
P. G. Anderson
Appanoose Coal Co
Mary Bengston «... ..
David Bowen, estate
G. E. Bowen
G. W. Baker
Martha J. Baker
Charles Beagle ... ....
Swen. Burgeson, estate
A. A. Beagle ...
M. Berry ......
G. H. Chisman
C. R. Chieifran
S. H. Chisman
C. H. Canfleld
L. Chidester ... ..'
W. S. Dickson ...
P. W. Darner ...
H. G. Dickson ...
T. V. Fredrickson
C. E. Gustavlson
A. P. Gunnerson
S. P. Gunnerson
L. S. Gosney
Mrs. M. F. Hokonson
A, ISL Hendricks
J. and Lena Hanson
U. L. Harlan
Charles Harlan ...
David Jones estate
Charles Johnson .. .. ....
A: V. Johnson .. ..
E. Johnson ..
G. E. Johnson
A. F. Johnson
OrWf Johnstone .. .. ..
J. Kinblade .. ..
R. L. Kirfman
J. E. Larson
H. Lynch ..
C. G. Lcfek .. ...
C. T. Lewis .,
Rilla & Alzora Lewis
Wm. E. Lindsay estate ..
L. L. Lodwlck
Lewis Major ......
Albert Major .. ... .. ..
W. L. McNeil .. ....
J. M. Nelson ...
John Oral ..
Henry Oswald .. ... ....
J. F. Peterson
Chas. and F. Peterson
F. E., Perry .. ...
J. N. Peterson
N. P. Pearson
Swen Pearson .". ... .....
S. W. Ross
L. E. Rose ..
J. M. Ross .. ...
A. O. Storm .. ...
J. P. Swanson ..
J. and F. Spears ..
Walter Schoech .... .*
P. Sexton & Son
Allen Worley .....
J. A. Warren .....
E. J. Williams' Estate
Eliza A. Wood
Emma L. Young
And for painful
and sensitive parts
of the abdomen
A Hooch's Plasters
should be applied
as shown in illus
Insist Upon Having
Corrydon Allen '.
Frank S. Acton
Anchor Coal Co
Mrs. Francis Aoton
A. E. Albert
James J. Aoton
Mrs. Lucy Burkhalter ...
Henry R. Baker
E. ,S. Tibbetts ...
John C. Brooks
Betterton & Moore
A. N. Cain
J. C. Curran
Mrs. S. Chamberlain
C. R. I. &
T. A. Curtis
G. W. Creath
C. E. Creamer
Mrs. R. J. Creamer
Robert B. Cummlngs
Mary and William Crawforn
L. R. Creamer
Mrs. J. M. Dornslfe
D. O. Drake
Mrs. C. E. Dibble
Mrs. Emma Earhart
Mrs. Lizzie Fiedler
Scott R., Foster
Lambert G. Funk ...
Daniel P. Foster ...
Mrs. P. J. Foster
Mrs. A. E. Fender
Jacob Fender .. ..
John H. Grimstead
Sam. S. Goldfelty
L. P. Goff
Edward C. Godley
Mrs. M. L. Godley .. ..
J. H. Grimstead.
Fred G. Goldfelty
A. N. Goff
Elmer E. Hillls
Richard Houghton .'.
J. O. Hunnell
John T. Hardin
Wm. L. Healy
F. O. Shields
John W. Hall
Mrs. Alice Hinkle
Mrs. Mary Henry
J. P. Hodson estate
Mrs. J. G. Hilleary
Wm. H. Hancock
Mrs. R. T. Israel
H. J. Israel
E. R. Jones
Nathan Keever .. .... .. ,.
THtE OTTT3MWA COTJKIEfc
Z. T. Knight 98.57
Eugene C. Kile 36.50
Albert Littlefield 59.01
John R. Moore 28.79
Mrs. N. B. Mingus 24.7^
John A. Marsh 16.42
Seth A. Moore 30.32
Fred A. Manro 72.47
Henry Mariott 32.83
L. M. Mann 68.94
Newton M. Moore 20.45
S. L. Murray 17.88
Wm. B. Morrison 18.60
Mrs. S. Mungovern 22.48
Thos. J. Myers 83.87
John W. Millisack 87.72
J. O. McShane 18.36
Emma McCarroll 61.49
Henry J. Newland 25.34
John D. Newell 36.37
John D. Nicklin 15.10
Chas. J. Nicholson 42.03
Mrs. Martha Newell .. 38.48
John O. Dean '... ... 21.34
James H. Parks 70.66
Wm. F. Perry 18.37
Clarence Reitz 38.48
Emily Reed 42.10
John S. Reno 288.46
Patrick Rourke 57.13
Adam Steele 24.09
I. C. Stewart 32.82
John F. Stull 25.64
P. Sexton 15.72
Mrs. W. S. Stone 34.59
Chas. Sharp 42.73
Wm. Stephenson 35.88
Frank Shields 16.18
Security Investment Co 93.58
Shank & Sedore 18.85,
E. P. Stewart 25.24
M. N. Stricklin 46.70
H. B. Springer 133.99
Alfred Shore 45.74
J. H. Strickland 17.52
Dallas Tibbetts 75.25
Mrs. Nettie Thirpe 60.47
Elijah Thomas 30.53
J. C. Vaas .. .. 34.22
Mary Vaas .... 29.97
Henry and Grace Vaas .. .. 19.32
John Walker 30.59
Geo. W. Warren 71.41
A. C. Weygandt ... 34.87
John R. Warren 50.92
Frank Young 28.94
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the Arm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that .said firm will pay the
sum of $100 for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank, J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem
ber, A. D., 1886.
(Seal.) A. W. Gleason,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is take ninter
nally, and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall'a Family Pills for consti
Eddyville, Feb. 16.—A valentine so
cial, was given Monday night in the
Palace hall by the girls of Elder W.
C. Ross' class of the Christian Sunday
school. The entertainment was fairly
well attended, considering that it had
been advertised but little. A number
of tables had been provided on which
supper was spread. Partners were se
lected by matching valentines which
had been torn in halves. The proceeds
BIG PACKAGE 10 cents
amounted to about eight dollars. A
thoroughly good time resulted. The
"Pumpkin Huskers" orchestra, which
was recently organized, furnished mu
sic during the evening. The orchestra
is composed of the following pieces:
Will Barnes, violin: Harry Os
borne, base Will Osborne, auto harp
Jacob Free, drum.
Miss Alice Meeker, who bu been
visiting friends at Albia the past
month, returned to Eddyville Mon
Richard Allen, and sister, children
of Harry Allen, south of town, are im
proving from a spell of sickness.
Mrs. Geo. W. Miller and children,
George and Bonnie, of Oskaloosa, who
have been visiting Mrs. Miller's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Myers,
and other relatives, expect to return
Mrs. Henrietta Sprague went to Ot
tumwa Monday afternoon to visit with
her son, Dr. M. H. Sprague, while re
covering from a spell of sickness, hav
ing recently been threatened with
John and Miss Lucy Phar, of St.
Louis, arrived Saturday for a visit of
two or three weeks with their uncle,
A. W. Rlggs.
Herve Richie, of Cedar, has been
ill with an attack of congestion of the
Miss Ida Welch was an over Sunday
guest of friends' at Albia.
Marie, the youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Jager, east of town,
has been on the sick list.
Willie Hatfield, of Lovilia, stopped
off Saturday while en route home from
Des Moines, and visited over Sun
day at the Rev. W. S. Kight home.
F. Z. Kidd, who underwent a sur
gical operation in the Ottumwa hospi
tal last week, has been getting along
nicely, being able to sit up some. He
expects to be able in a few days to
accompany his wife to Allerton on a
visit before deciding on a new loca
Harry Miller drove to Beacon Thurs
day and to Kirkville Saturday on busi
Miss Ethel Bickford, who resides
with her grandmother, Mrs. E. C. Bick
ford, has recovered from a spell of
sickness- and has resumed her stud
ies in the high school.
H. R. Oldham has been having a
large carbuncle on his neck, and to
make matters worse two others are
The baby of Fred Clark, who lives
in the property of Mrs. Emeretta
Emanuel, on South Fifth street, has
been sick with the grip.
Claude Wells, of Ottumwa, came up
Mrs. Wm. S. Barnett and little son,
north of town, have been ill with the
grip. The little son is about five years
Charles Switzer, who has been sink
ing a shaft on his, farm east of town,
has purchased a two horse power en
gine and pump with which to equip
his mine. Mr. Switzer has about five
feet of coal of a good quality.
Miss Mabel Lyon, oldest daughter of
F. W. Lyon, north of town, has been
ill and unable to attend school, but
was somewhat better at last accounts.
John Sandilands, of North Fifth
street, has leased a farm at Pekay
and will move his family there this
Herbert Sheffield is able to be out
again after a few days' sickness.
Lewis Hkrding, Sr. one of the old
settlers of this locality, has been con-
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fined to his home on North Fifth
street by sickness.
Everyone who attended was well
pleased with the Lincoln's Birthday
program which was rendered at the
Methodist Episcopal church Sunday
night. The program lasted for about
two hours, was made up of selections
pertaining to the life of Abraham Lin
coln, and all taking part acquitted
themselves well. The attendance was
all th&t could have been expected con
sidering the condition of the weather.
A collection amounting to about six
dollars was taken up for the Freed
men's Aid society. This was the first
program which had been given here by
the Methodist church in honor of Lin
W. F. Jager has leased his farm
three miles northwest of town to C. L.
Mooney, who has been living south of
town. J. W. Berry, the present occu
pant of this farm, will move to the
R. B. Jager farm.
Bloomfleld, Feb. 16. Mrs. H. C.
Taylor paid St. Valentine a pretty com
pliment Tuesday afternoon by enter
taining about fifty friends in a most
delightful manner. The reception
rooms were prettily decorated with
streamers of red paper hearts. The
married women having been requested
to bring photographs of their hus
bands at the sweetheart age, a pleas
ing little contest was held in which a
beautiful bouquet of pink roses was
awarded Mrs. A. E. Young who made
the greatest number of correct guesses
as to' who was who.' At the close of
the contest a two course luncheon was
served. A reading entitled "Mothers"
was given by Mrs. F. C. Young and
was followed by another reading, "A
Valentine Poem" by Mrs. W. J.
Steckel were pleasant features of the
entertainment. The afternoon was a
great social success and was compli
mentary to Mrs. W. J. Hamilton who
celebrated her seventy-ninth birthday
anniversary and was 'the living Valen
tine of the occasion.
A? very pretty wedding occurred on
Wednesday at high noon at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Taylor
whose daughter Ivie became the bride
of Philip Merrill. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Jesse Monkman,
pastor of the Methodist Episcopal
church of Drakeville. Immediately fol
lowing the ceremony the bridal dinner
was served to about forty relatives
and friends. Music was furnished by
Messrs Clay and Harry Hedrick, Mrs.
Merrill was a promnient teacher in
the Davis county schools and was a
graduate of the southern Iowa normal
school. Mr. Merrill is a DaviB county
boy and is an Industrious young
farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill will
make their home for the present with
the bride's parents, but later will
make their home on a farm near the
On Tuesday evening Mrs. E.
Johnson entertained about forty
friends at a.6 o'clock dinner, the af
fair being the first in a series of en
tertainments. A happy social evening
was spent in which a little comic val
entine contest afforded pleasant diver
sion. Parts of valentines to be fit
ted together were distributed among
the guests and George T. Sowers hav
ing made the quickest "match" receiv
ed the prize. The hostess was as
sisted in serving by Mrs. S. A. Lorenz,
Mrs. J. A. Romlnger and Mrs. H. C.
.Young, all of whom were attired in
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tain every clement
necessary to a perfect,
Our sealed container keeps them
fresh and crisp. They satisfy the
stomach and please the appetite
white dresses which were enhanced by
dainty white heart shaped aprons with
heart shaped waist and pockets of the
same pattern. The second entertain
ment will be given Thursday evening,
The case of Mrs. L. T. Barton vs.
the Wabash Ry. which was a suit for
damages for injuries sustained While
en route home from the World's fair
last fall, was settled out of court on
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poverished and you are sick and ail
ing, but take Hollister's Rocky Moun
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ail impurities. 35 cents, Tea or Tab
lets. For sale by W. L. Sargent, the
True Druggist, Market 4nd Main Sts.
Drakeville, Feb. 16.—A. L. Russell
and Mrs. William Russell, made a
business trip to Bloomfleld Saturday.
Mrs. Addle Sayles visited last Fri
day with Mrs. Halt Truitt.
L. C. Heady is enjoying a.visit from
his brother, Frank, of Nebraska.
Last Tuesday, Ira Cox and Miss
Garner went to Princeton, Mo.,
where they were unite^ in
marriage at the home of the groom's
mother. Mr. Cox worked at'this place
last summer and met his bride, who
was staying at the hotel. They will
remain in- Princeton where Mr. Cox
has a position.
Rev. Monkman is conducting re
vival services at Elm Grove.
John Clark was called to Bloomfleld
last week on account of the
death of his brother-in-law, Col.
Miss Arley Sloan is able to be in
school again, after a two weeks'- ill
Those on the sick list for the past
week are: Mrs. Jennings and daugh
ter Gladys, Harold Bealls and Basil
Miss Nannie NeWklrk visited last
week in Bunch with her sister, Mrs.
Charlie Irelan and wife made "a
business trip to Bloomfleld last Tues
Horace Piper came home from New
Mexico last week. He has been with
a surveying party.
Claud Dabney, of Bloomfleld, is In
town this week.
Milton, Feb. 14.—"Ten Nights in a
Barroom" was given at the opera
house Tuesday night to a large audi
Died, Monday morning at 3 o'clock,
Mrs. George Pennington. She has been
ill for the past two or three years.
Dr. G. E. Reed has moved to the
Waller house, E. E. Hoskins has
mcfved to the PItyer house, and R. C.
Hoskins -to the Archer house. Also J.
O. Black has moved to the Humbert
Pearly Russell has moved to the C.
C. Brumly farm.
S. Racy and family have moved to
Ottumwa, and Elmer Heskett has
moved to the Racy property In West
S. S. Silvers has moved his law of
fice to the Waller building.
J. W. Forbes has moved to Severy
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