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& ^IrUESDAY, June 1 uv I'v ft it? I A 120 new style $1.50 and $2.00 White Waists* Clearance Price 98c All our $1.50 and 12.00 White India Linen Waists, Surplice and Yoke effects, elaborately trimmed with lace. and em broidery, choice 98c LINEN CLEARANCE. 72 Inch sliver Bleached Table Linen, the 60c quality, only bargain at 39c 72 Inch fine Bleached Table Linen with double border, 76c grade 58c All our best $1.00 Table Lin ens, an extra special ,75c In 2 to 3 yard Remnants cheap, medium and ni flnn high grade Linens .. Special bargains in odd halt dozen Napkins at 1C. 98c, 49c and fcJL 7 BIG BARGAINS. Choice of a big line of 75c natural Linen color Wash Skirts, neat style, QA Clearance price.. .. j"t A swell line of $1.50 White Duck Skirts with black Pol ka Dots and Fancy Figures "(jt All our Ladies' $2.50 Wash Suits in white and colors,this season's latest -f styles 1 .4-0 Our $7.60 Pure Linen Wash Suits in Natural Linen and white, latest (J A A styles, only J«UU CHILDREN'S DRESSE8, 19c Children's Lawn and Ging ham Dresses, 2 a to 6 years 1 VC A beautiful new line of Chil dren's and Misses' Wash Suits, at O PA 69c to J.3U MUSLIN UNDER WEAR BARGAINS. Ladies' 25c wide Umbrella Drawers and fancy Corset Covers, .. 1 A/* Clearance price., i. 1 Vv Ladies' 50c Muslin Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers and Drawers, Clear- QA/» ance price Ladles $1 Muslin Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers and Drawers, Clearance price.. 0"C Children's Tucked Drawers and Waists, extra well made, good muslin 1 A/* only lUt Children's Skirt and Waists, all in one garment, 50c "values, at 1 25c and 1 7v Here is a Special Bargain The new patent absorbent -wash rags, honeycombed with air cells, bound with tape, with loop to hang it up by, the best 5c wash rag in the market, Clearance Price $ 0 «,, tfi 3c MASONIC PICNIC. Lodges Hold Big Celebration at Cen terville Today and Tonight. Centerville, June 24.—Jackson lodge No 42 A. F. and A. M„ is celebrating St. John's day here today, in which celebration other lodges of this part of the state are participating. Large crowds are in the city and the weather 1b aB If made to order. The program for the day follows: Assemble at Masonic hall 10 a. m. larch to fair grounds. Music—Band. Invocation—Rev. F. L. Moffett. Music—Chorus. Address of welcome Mayor C. S. Vyckoff. Music—Band. Dinner. Assemble at 1:30 p. m. Mupio—Band. i! Response to welcome—Rev. Win- Music—Chorus. LADIES AND MISSES' 25c LACS HOSE ONLY 15c A PAIR. (LIMIT 2 PAIR.) Children's Lace Hose in Black, Red and Blue, to fit children from 5 to 10c A years, Clearance Price*!' We shall place another lot of those $2 Sunburst Underskirts in black and colors only one skirt sold to each customer, for 98c 5c grade India Linens for 10c grade Linens, for 12%c grade India Linens for 25c grade India Linens, for 35c grade India Linens for „3k ...7k 10c 17k 27c Phillips' Big Store's Great Sale 5c Apron Check Ginghams r\ for J2C Bleached Muslin, only J2C 40 inch, 8c Sheeting, only J2C 80x90 Home Made Sheets ja 49 8c Double Width p" Percales All our best 10c Wash Goods in new Floral and Polka Dot designs, only 6c LADIES' $1.48 WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS ONLY 98c A PAIR. All our 25c Silk Mouselines in white, cream, blue, pink and Nile green, -t Clearance Price... £2 25c Fancy Silk Neck and Sash Ribbons, clearance 1 O/* price Music—Band. Orator of day—T. P. Bence. Music—Chorus. Short speeches—A. P. Berry, Austin Jay, J. M. Wilson. Music. J. C. McDonald. W. F. Berry, J. W. Calvert, C. R. Porter, F. S. Payne, K. E. Bishop, J. M. Beck. Music—Band. 7:30 p. m.—Work at Masonic hall. SMALL FIRE AT PULASKI. Blacksmith and Carriage Shop of Swan Oleson and Joel Hunt Destroyed. Pulaski, June 26.—The blacksmith shop of Swan Oleson and the wagon shop of Joel Hunt, caught Are at about 5 o'clock Thursday night and were totally destroyed. Mr. Hunt lost his books. Both parties had a good stock of material on hand. Mr. Oleson had insurance on the building and stock in the blacksmith shop. The total loss was $1,200, Insurance $600. The Are department saved the nearby build ings. *Y The Popular Thing Little Girls' Silk Mitts Clearance Price 5c Choice of our entire stock of Misses' and Little Girls' New Silk Mitts in Tans, Browns, White and Creams, regelar 25c values, Choice 5c Great Glove Sale All our 39c two clasp Fabric Gloves in all colors 1 Q~ Clearance price I OL All our 50c fine Lisle Lace Gloves,sale price ..25c All our 15c and and plain Gloves, Clearance price.. 19c Lace .... 9c Best guaranteed double fin ger tip, pure silk /llr Gloves, sale price 4JL A swell new line of elbow length Lace Gloves 9 CA and Mitts at 39c to ...£.JU UNDERWEAR CLEARANCE. We are unquestionably the Underwear store of Ot tumwa, high quality and low prices rule. Children's 5c Jersey Vests in all sizes, Clearance price.. .. Ladies' 5c Jersey Vests, shell stayed neck and arms Ladies' full size Jersey Vests with tape iti neck Ladles' Extra size Vests, for stout ladies Ladies' fine Richelieu Ribbed Vests, silk taped "I neck^nd arms ltM' Ladies' high neck Vests,with long sleeves, only it/vi An Extra fine line of Vests and Drawers, at 49c and ribbed ..3c Ribbed 3c 7iu Jersey 10c Lisle 25c FOUR GREAT SILK BARGAINS. 50c and 65c Silk in the new Suiting effects, in all colors, a r)ln only fJ-252 75c three tone Chamelon Silks, the latest Nov elty, clearance price Yard wide guaranteed black Taffeta Silks, $1.19 quality .. 58c black 87c New Princess Crepes, plain Mohairs, and QQ1^ colored Taffeta Silks O J-*" $1 Panamas, Grenadines, Mo hairs and fine Ar» Wool Batiste, only.. 0"^ The best $1.00 Shirts for 69c Men's $1.00 Negligee Shirts, some with Pongee fronts and soft collars, some with no co' lars, in the new black and white and gray effects, some plain white with lace or pleated fronts, Clearance Price 69c COMPEl INE. Competine, June 24.—J. W. Megan returned from Kansas Wednesday ev ening. Oscar Dickey is very sick at this time. Dr. Spilman, of Ottumwa, call ed to see him Wednesday evening. The B. Y. P. U. and Sunday schools of the Oskaloosa Baptist association, held their regular mid-year rally in the Competine church, commencing Tuesday and closing Thursday even ing. It was largely attended by delega tions from all the churches. Rev. Wil son Mills, of Des Moines, gave a fine address Tuesday night, and Rev. Hen ry Williams, D. D., of Des Moines, on Wednesday night. Thursday night. Rev. H. Lewis, of Pella, gave a splen did address. The meeting was a com plete success. All returned home, feeling that Competine was the Ideal place for such a meeting. KIRKVILLE. Ktrkviile, June 24. Willie Sellers died Tuesday, June 20. The funeral THE OTTIJMWA COFItlJSR services wedet held Wednesday at 2:00 o'clock' In the Methodist Episcopal church, and hl$ body laid to rest in the West View cemetery. Samuel McCollough has returned from an extended visit In the west. Leaving home he flrst went to Bill ings, Montana. While there,, his son, Rev. Beaty McCollough, a Presby terian minister, was installed over the church at a meeting of Presby tery at that place. Mr. McCollough remained with his son for about Ave weeks. From there he went to Fort Collins, Colo., to visit his sister and other relatives, remaining about two weeks. From there he went to Beatrice, Neb., to visit his son, Thomas and family. Mrs. D. C. Dinsinore returned last Friday from Hiteman where she had made a two weeks' visit. She was ac companied home by her daughter, Miss Helen, of Albia. who Is visiting with her parents. RURAL ROUTE NO. 1, BATAVIA. Rural Route No. 1. Batavia, June 24. —Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cole, of Bata via, also Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pray, of Bethlehem, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cole. L. W. Shaw left last week for Lo vilia for a visit with his daughter, Mrs. Ella Noe. The Misses Winnie and Mamie Rob inson. of Galesburg, 111., have returned home after a week's visit with their sister, Mrs. Dave Heady. Scott Hilton and Fred Morrison left Saturdav night for Kansas City, re turning Monday night Mrs. Isaac Toy lef 'day for Illi nois, being called the the serious Illness of a relative. Norman Reno made a business trip to Ottumwa Thursday. R. M. Williams has Just completed a fine large stock and hay barn. Sirs. I A. Morrison and Mrs. Frank Morrison were shopping in Batavia on Wednesday. Miss Pearl Garrett closed a success ful term of school at Bumble Bee Fri day. Judson Curtis and son, Ralph, were transacting business in Batavia last Tuesday. Miss Hattie Bowen, of Eldon, closed a successful term of school at Smith's Ranch Friday. BLOOMFIELD. Bloomfleld, June- 24.—J. P. Toombs T. P. Bence, F. F. Roberts, Dr. C. D. Shelton and W. W. Powers spent last Thursday evening in Milton, assisting the companions from Keosauqua In conferring the royal arch degree of Masons. They report a very enjoyable evening and state that the new chap ter is in a very prosperous condition and that at midnight they had ex hausted two teams. The Milton chap ter had an other team ready for work and six petitions. Mrs. Minnie Langenstein and daugh ter, of Ft. Madison, arrived Friday to visit Mrs. Langenstein's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James England. Mrs. Eng land is still very low as the result of a stroke of paralysis sustained a fe^ weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Hotchklss were called to Pulaski Friday to the bed side of Mrs. Hotchkiss' mother, Mrs. McDowell, who has been very sick for several weeks and Is not expected to recover. The Stein Herz club held a very en joyable meeting Thursday evening at the home of Miss Belle Grant. The time was spent in playing games and having a good time socially. Light refreshments were served. Miss Nellie Gleason, of West Grove spent Thursday in the city as the guest of Miss Jennie Patterson. Mrs. Jessie Garland and daughter, Miss Florence, are spending a week ir. Birmingham as the guests of Miss Robertson. Harry Young, Ralph Hill and Cliff Leach attended the Southern Iowa and Northern Missouri tennis tournament held In Moulton In Wednesday. Drs. C. C. Heady, C. H. Cronk and M. C. Toung attended a meeting of the Des Moines Valley Medical society held in Ottumwa on Thursday. Mrs. C. Work and son, of Ottumwa. spent Thursday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Young, while en routo to Milton to visit relatives. Miss Carrie Coliiver left Friday for Des Moines to visit her sister, Mrs. George Coliiver for a week or more. Mrs. Toops. who left May 2 for Mis souri, to visit relatives, returned last Thursday and spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Jarvis. while enroute to Stiles where she makes her home with her son, John Toops. Miss Ruby Phillips left Thursday for Moravia to spend a few weeks at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. B. Til otson. Mrs. A. H. Fortune very delightfully entertained twenty-five friends at luncheon Thursday afternoon. A very pleasing little contest was held In which the flrst prize was won by Mrs. C. L. Stafford, second honors be ing fairly won by Mrs. W. H. McAch ran and Mrs. D. C. Greenleaf. The aft ernoon was greatly enjoyed. BATAVIA. Batavia, June 24.—Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Walker formerly of this place, are visiting friends and relatives here this week. Wm. Copple, Sr., started Wednesday for an extensive visit with relatives in Mahaska county. Mrs. T. T. Campbell and children arrived here Wednesday for a visit with friends and relatives. Link Creamer, of Ottumwa, was transacting business here last Wednes day. A close game of ball was played between the Batavia Brick and Tile club and the Ottumwa Maroons last Sunday, the score being 3 to 1 in favor of Batavia. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Hawthorne, of Competine, were visiting at the horns of F. E. Ornduff's last Sunday. BRUSH CREEK. Brush Creek, June 24.—Miss Laura Arnold spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin, Miss Mary Roberts, of Ash Grove. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Proctor, on Friday, a daughter. Mrs. Mite and daughter. Miss Net tie and little grandson, spent Monday at the Proctor home. Mrs. J. Odenbaugh called on Mrs. A. Proctor Friday. Misses Laura Arnold and Mary Rob erts spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Bessie Arnold. Miss Ella Proctor spent Sunday with Miss Nettie Mite. Those from this vicinity that attend ed church at Pleasant Home Sunday evening were Fred Odenbaugh, Edgar Proctor. Harvey Smith, Willie and Miss Ella Proctor and Miss Ethel Od enbaugh. Miss Bessie Odenbaugh is attend'ng normal in Ottumwa. Miss Ethel Odenbaugh spent Thurs day afternoon with Miss Laura Ar nold. Miss Nettie Mite Is on the sick list Charles, John and Goldie Allen. 1 Misses Gertrude and Lulu Koontz and Mary Roberts spent Wednesday even ing with Miss Laura and Oscar Arnold- Mrs. J. Arnold spent Saturday after noon with "Mrs. A. Proctor. George Hawk, wife and children spent Sunday at J. Odenbaugh's. Mrs. Jake Arnold spent Wednesday with her father, Jake Baker. Mrs. Inez Judd and children, of Ot tumwa, are vlsltink at the Loren Shield home. Clayton Smith, wife and daughters and Loren Shield, wife and sons, at tended church at Pleasant Home Sun day. C. Kershner was visiting at the Charles Randall home Sunday even ing. CHAUTAUQUA OPENS TOMORROW (Contnued from Page 1.) Hon. G. A. Gearheart, which will be gin at 2:30 o'clock. In the evening at 8:30 o'clock an illustrated lecture on "The Sea and its Ships" will be given by Hinton White. Iowa Day. Iowa day will be celebrated upon Saturday. "The Coming Man will be the title of a lecture by Mr. Gearheart at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. A half hour concert by the Fifty-fourth Regi ment banc will begin at 8 o'clock in the evening, after which the Madrigal Ladles' quartet and Hon. W. I. Nolan, humorist, will entertain. Sacred Concert. Aside from a sermon by Rev. Sam uel Parks Gadman, D. D., of New York City, at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, a sacred concert by the Madrigal La dies' quartet will be given in the even ing. Rev. B. P. Davis will direct the concert, which begins at 8 o'clock. Citizens' Day. Monday, the assembly will offer an unusually strong program. Dr. C. A. Vincent and Dr. Cadman will deliver lectures in the morning at 10 and 11 o'clock respectively, and at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Hon. Robert M. La Follette, of Wisconsin, will deliver an address on "Representative Govern ment." This address will be one of the strongest features of the Chautau qua, and should attract a large audience. Hinton White will give an illustrated lecture in the evening on "The Romance of the South Sea Is lands." The closing day of the Chau tauqua, Tuesday, July 4, will be fit tingly celebrated. Patriotic airs by a grand chorus under the direction of Prof. J. H. Rheem will be heard in the afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock. At 2:30 o'clock Hon. Joseph G. Camp, of Georgia, will deliver an oration. ^ne American King." The first an nual assembly of the Ottumwa Chau tauqua association will close with a grand concert by the Ottumwa choral society, under the direction of James Swirles, assisted by the Fifty-fourth regiment band, under the leadership of Prof. B. O. Worrell. CHARITON. Charlton, June 26.—Jacob Oppen helmer. the father of Simon and Eli Oppenheimer, died at the home of his son, Eli, In this city Saturday morn ing, after a brief illness. The remains were taken to Des Moines for inter ment. Mrs. N.1 J. Swanson and daughter, returned home Saturday from a visit at Osceola and Murray. Miss Nellie Burley returned Satur day from a two weeks' visit in Fair field with relatives. Godfrey Arvidson returned the last of the week from Dubuque. Miss Nellie Kelsey and Miss Alta Fletcher of Melrose, were in the city Saturday on business. Robert Reynolds is spending a few days near Centerville, with his par ents. Frank and Oscar Tapper of Colo rado, are visiting at the parental home. The Lucas county normal is in ses sion this week with about 150 In at tendance. George Smith, of Russell, was the city Sunday. Wheat— Open High July Sept. .. Dec. .. Corn— July .. Sept. .. Dec. .. Oats— July .. Sept. .. Dec. .. .31% .30% .31% Pork— July .. .12.70 Sept. ...13.05 Lard— July .. 7.30 Sept. .. 7.50 in TODAY'S MARKETS. This market Is furnished by the Cas «ldy Commission company, members Chicago Board of Trade, local office, rooms 28 and 30 Hofmann black. E. French, local manager. Low Close .89% .89% .84% .85% .84% .84% .90 .85 .84% .54 .52% .48% .53% .54% .52% .53% .48% .49% .31% .32% .30% .30% .31% •31% 12.70 13.05 12.67 13.00 12.67 13.00 7.32 7.52 Short Ribs July .. 7.80 Sept. .. 8.00 7.30 7.50 7.30 7.50 7.82 8.00 7.80 7.90 7.80 8.00 Northwestern R.e.iots Today Last wk. Last yr. Duluth 16 9 15 Minneapolis .206 175 278 Primary Receipts. Wheat today, 344,000 bushels and last year, 389.000 bushels corn today, 997,000 bushels and last year 574,000 bushels. Shipments. Wheat todav. 335,000 bushels and last year, 128,000 bushels: corn today 678,000 bushels and last year 400,000 bushels. Liverpool Cables. Opening—Wheat, higher: corn unchanged. Closing—Wheat, higher corn, higher. Hog Market. Receipts today, 30,000 left over, 2, 700. MARKETS BY ASSOCIATED PRESi Chicago Live Stock Market. Chicago, June 16.—Cattle, receipts 1C 000 10c@15c higher good to prime, $email@example.com poor to medium, $3.75@ 5.10 stockers, $firstname.lastname@example.org cows, $2.50 @4.60 Texans, $email@example.com. Hogs—Receipts, 30,000 10c higher mixed butchers, $firstname.lastname@example.org good to choice, heavy, $email@example.com% rough heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org light, $email@example.com% bulk sales, $firstname.lastname@example.org%. Sheep—Receipts, 15,000 sheep lambs 10@15c higher $email@example.com lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, June 26.—Wheat, No. 2 red, $1.03% No. 3 red, 95@$1.00 No. 2 hard, $1.01% No. 3 hard. email@example.com Sept., 85% July opened, 89%@ 90% highest, 90% lowest, 89% clos ing, 89%. Corn—2, 55@55% No. 3, 55@55% *mm ^Wi^Z T^iW 2*? wt ..'*•*•* 4 Attention! ... G. A Special Official Train Sheriff's 8ale. Notice is hereby given, that by vir tue of a general execution on tran script to me directed by the Clerk of the District Court, of Wapello county, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of S. H. Allman, defendant. In favor of C. A. Rhine, plaintiff, I will offer at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the front door of the court house in the city of Ottumwa, Wapello count, Iowa, on. the 8th day of July, 1906, be tween the hours of 9:00 a. m., and 4:0C p. m., on said day, all of Said S. H. All man. right, title and interest in and to the following described property, situated in Wapello county, Iowa, to wit: Lot No. 1, block No. 29, town of Eldon, Iowa. Sale to commence at the hour of 1:30 o'clock p. m., of said day. Witness my hand this 5th day of June, 1905. No. 2 white, 55@55% No. 3 white, 55 @55% No. 2 yellow. 55%@56 No. 3 yellow, 55%@55% Sept., 53% July, old, 54% July, new, opened, 53% 53% highest, 54% lowest, 53% clos ing, 54%. Oats—No. 2, 31%@31% No. 3, 31 No. 2 white, 33% @33% No. 3 white, 32% @33 Sept., 30% July opened, 31% highest, 32% @32% lowest, 31% closing, 31% @31%. Pork—July, $12.67 Sept., $13.00. Lard—July, $firstname.lastname@example.org Sept., $7.50. Ribs—July, $7.82 Sept., $email@example.com. Rye—July 66. Timothy—June, $3.05. Clover—June, $12.25. Barley—Cash, 42 @50. Flax—July, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Butter and Eggs. Chicago, June 26.—Butter, steady creameries, 16@19% dairies, 15@18. Eggs—Easy, 12% @13%. Chicago Poultry Market. Chicago, June 26.—Poultry, easy, turkeys, 14@15 chickens, 10% springs 16@20. Kansas City Close. Kansas City, June 26.—Wheat, July, 7D% Sept., 7S%. Corn—July, 49b Sept., 47%b. New York Butter and Eqgs. New York, June 26.—Butter, cream eries, 17@21 dairy, 15%@20 imita tion creamery, 16@19 factory, 13%@ 16: renovated, 13% @17. Eggs—Western, 14@17%. New York Poultry Market. New York. June 26.—Poultry, dress ed broilers, 20@25 fowls, 10@13 tur keys, 13@17%. St. Louis Produce Market. St. Louis, Mo.. June 26.—Wheat, July 82%. Corn—July, 52% @52%. Oats—July, 30%. Peoria Produce Markefu Peoria, June 26.—Corn, No. 3, 53% 53%. New York Produce Market, New York, June 26.—Wheat, July, 94%. Corn—July, 60%. To Land Agents! This is to call your notice to tre fact that the Iowa Central railway will sell daily during the summer months round trip tickets at one fare plus $2 to cer tain northern Minnesota and Dakota points, limit for return October 31st. Low round trip tickets also on sale daily to St. Paul and Minneapolis after June 1st. For particulars call on agents or address A. B. Cutts, G. P. & T. A., Minneapolis, Miun. will the Burlington Route, at 3:30 p. m., Sept. 4th for the National Encampment at Denver Capt. S. H. Harper, department commander for Iowa, will be on the train which will te made up of standard and tourist sleepers and chair cars. Comrade can make sleeping car reservations now. For full particulars write to or call up Lewis and Clark Exposition J. H. Cremer, Sheriff of Wapello County, Iowa. By John D. Stephens, Deputy. »v 4 '.r-S-.Sr* leave Ottumwa via W. S. PARKER, Agent, Union Depot Ottumwa, Iowa Now open for the summer. Chicago had its "Midway"—St. Louis had Its "Pike" —Portland has its "Trail." It would be well If every American could "hit the Trail" to Portland. The Exposition is interesting because it demon strates the progress made by that wonderful country the Pacific Northwest. It is interesting too, because it affords a chance to see, cheaply and satisfactorily, the many places of interest in our Western States. Go via Rock Island System and stop off in Colorado visit Salt Lake City—Yellowstone National Park—Cali fornia—see the most for your money. Excursion rates in effect daily until September Full details on request. W. S. Parker, Agent. Union Depot. Ottumwa, la. LEGAL. LEGAL. 'TW* 30. Oriainal Notice, Margaret Ellen Evans, plaintiff, vs.' the Unknown Heirs of William E. Williams, deceased and Unknown de fendants. In the district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Wapello county, August term, A. D., 1905. To the unknown heirs of William E. Williams, deceased, and unknown de- fendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled cause, is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Wapello county, statinr- that Margaret Ellen Evans is the absolute owner of lot 10, In block 2, Janney addition to Ottumwa, Iowa. That she became the owner thereof by virtue of a will made by her husband, William E. Williams on or about the 10th day of February, 1902, which will was lost. That James Shevlin and Morgan Phillips signed said will as witnesses, asks that said lost will be proven and admitted to probate. That there were no children and that she is the soul surviving heir and devisee under said will. That the father and mother, brother and sisters of said William E. Williams, died be fore his decease. That in the absence of said will, the unknown heirs of said William E. Williams claim an interest therein, but that the same are aliens of the United States of America. Asks that she' be declared to be the abso lute owner, of said propertv under said will, which was bequeathed to her and also she is declared the absolute iown er by law. See petition now on file. And that unless you apear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term-being the August term of said court, which will com mence at Ottumwa on the 28th-day of August, 1905, default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon. 1 Dated, May 18, 1905. 0 A. W. Enoch, Wkly 6t. Attorney for Plaintiff. Administrator's Notioe. Notice is hereby given to all per sons interested, that on the 20th day of June, A. D., 1905, the undersigned was .appointed by the clerk of the Dis trict court of Wapello county, Iowa, administratrix of the estate of Cather ine' O'Brien, deceased, late of said county. AH persons indebted to said estate will make payment to the un dersigned, and those having claims against the same will present them, legally authenticated to said court for allowance. Dated, June 20, 1905. Margaret A. Ward. Administratrix. Notice—Proof of Will. State of Iowa, Wapello County, ss. To all Wrom it May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an in strument In writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Hirana Hull, deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Monday, the 28t! day of August, 1905, as the day fori hearing proof in relation thereto. Witness my official' signature, with1 the seal of said court hereto affixed, this 19th day of June, 1905. Edwin Dungan, Clerk District Court. Laura Mytton, Deputy. Notice—Proof of Will, State of Iowa, Wapello County, s: To All Whom it May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an strument in writing purporting to the last will and testament Stephannie Zaffle, deceased, was thi day produced, opened and read by th, undersigned, and that I have flxei Monday, the 28th day of August, 180c ai the day for hearing proof In relatloi thereto. Witness my official signature, wit. the seal of said court hereto afUxe this 19th day of June, 1905. Edwin Dungan, Clerk District Coiirt.