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v,i'•V 8 r%T »,h E3DAY, October 17, 1905. FIVE DOLLARS IN GOLD FOR THREE EARS OF CORN. There is plenty of good corn this year 'In the territory about Ottumwa and we would like to see the three best ears. For that reason we have decided to offer a prize of Five Dollars for the three best ears of corn left at our banking room by November 15, that were grown on a farm within twenty .. ufroir 5 Competent judges ty Jan 155' a ings deposits, Checking accounts are given care ful. courteous attention. ^CITIZENS s^ii'H^s aANK' .C^PITAL-S-SO.OOIJ0,11-".Za MARKET ST5 UNDERSTATE: CONTROL AffO 'SUPtRVISION'. MANY STATE CASES AUGUST TERM OF WAPELLO COUNTY DISTRICT COURT CLOS ED LAST SATURDAY. Fifty-Two Chancery Cases and Twen ty-Seven Law Cases—Brief Sum mary of the Cases of Term One Verdict of Not Guilty In Criminal Trials, Forty state cases, flfty-two chancery cases is unusually large for the term of court in Wapello county. While many of the defendants pleaded guil ty there were a number of trials by jury and only in one instance was a verdict of not guilty returned. In the law and chancery cases there were al so a few important trials lasting sev eral days. Twelve divorces were granted. Following is given a brief cummary of the cases of the term: State Cases. State vs. S. E. Crow, August 28, de fendant discharged on recommenda tion of couny attorney. State vs. James Zarring and Ben ber 21, James Zarring pleads guilty Fined $300. State vs. O. D. Lawrence and Nel- lie Casteel. Larceny from a dwelling State vs. O. D. Lawrence and Nel lie Casteel, lewdness. September 21, O. D. Lawrence pleads guilty. Sep tember 25 sentenced to eighty days in jail. -State vs. Jesse Grammer, keeping a nuisance. September 13 pleads not guilty. September 20 pleads guilty. Fined $300 and costs. State vs. Thomas Hampton, keep ing a nuisance. September 20, pleads r.uilty. Fined $300 and costs. State vs. Ben Marsh, keeping a nui sance. September 13, pleads guilty. Fined $300 and costs. State vs. Charles Taylor, larceny [rom building. Sept. 16, pleads not guilty. State vs., Charles Taylor, assault with intent to commit rape. Septem ber 7 pleads not guilty, September 21 jury empaneled. September 22, jury retires at 2 p. m. Returns verdict of guilty at 3 p. m. September 27 sen tenced to three years in the peniten tiary. State vs. J. A. Clearwater, exercis ing office without authority. Septem Zarring, keeping a nuisance. Septem- t*on for a new trial overruled, Wayne Rupe fined $30 and costs. State vs. Willam Wagner, George oicllc vo v/ ^cwicu^c aUu house. September 21, Nellie Casteel.?300 iileads guilty to petit larceny. Septem ber 25 sentenced to thirty days in jnil. t-er 7 pleads not guilty. September 151 title. August 29 decree signed. pleads guilty. Fined $25. Thomas Travers vs. James Travers, State vs. Charles Johnson, assault I petition to quiet title. August with intent to commit murder. Sep- j2®.d(r?,re(L tember 7 pleads not guilty. September! I® ?£vs- 1°y, 13 pleads guilty to assault with intent f"st to inflict great bodily injury, sentenced to thirty days in jail. State vs. Frank Blackley, assault •with intent to commit murder. Septem ber 13 pleads guilty to assault with intent to commit great bodily injury. Sentenced to four months in the coun ty jail. State vs. George W. Halstead, as sault with intent to commit murder. September 18, jury empaneled. Sep tember 20 jury retires at noon Sep tember 21, jury returns verdict of as Bault and battery. September 25 sen- l'3!113, State vs. William Watson, burglary. September 22 pleads guilty to lar ceny and sentenced to thirty days In Jail. State vs. Charles Black, larceny, September 22 pleads guilty to petit larceny, released on own ance. tenced to thirty days in jail. I default judgment for plaintiff. State vs. Ed. Crutchfield, larceny, I Bertha Schillinger vs. J. G. Schil common thief. September 22 pleads linger, plaintiff granted divorce and re guilty to petit larceny. Released on stored to her maiden name, Bertha own recognizance. State vs. Martha E. Shute and Ed ward Clark, adultery. September 26 jury empaneled for trial of Edward Clark. September 27 both defendants plead guilty. October 4 Clark sentenc ed to nine months in the penitentiary. Martha Shute released on own recog nizance. State vs. R. E. Lewis, Ellison Gun al., petition to quiet title. August 31, ond Lewis Gun, breaking and enter- decree for plaintiff. ing. September 21, R. E. Lewis pleads Mary Hancock et. al., vs. Melville guilty, released on own recognizance. E. Hatch, petition for partition of cer Lewis Gun and Ellison Gun ordered to tain real estate. August 31 decree industrial school at Eldora temporar- signed. ily. A. F. Davis vs. John Veach, et. al., State vs. Charles Eaton, seduction, petition to quiet title. August 31 decree September 15 pleads not guilty. signed. State vs. Millie Finnegan and Ar- Virginia E. Gillette vs. Bert Gillette. thur Finnegan, keeping house of ill fame. September 15 pleads not guilty, case continued. State vs. P. Tj, Woods, selling co caine contrary to law. September 22, jury empaneled. September 23, return ed verdict of guilty. September 27 sentenced to three months in the coun- miles of Ottumwa. will make the award and the prize State vs. Robert P. Sanders, larceny winner published the week of Novem- from a dwelling in the night time. ber 20, in the Courier. Septemger IB pleads not guilty. Sep- This bank is prepared to make you tember 25 pleads guilty to petit lar- Judgment and decree. a loijnbe ceny. Sentenced to fifteen days in would pleased to have you come in jai, ond see us when desiring a loan. aj Four per cent paid on time and sav- ®t— entering. September 15 pleads noti judgment and decree. guilty. September 25 jury empaneled, Judson Curtis and Adam Steele. Sep withdraws plea of not guilty and pleads guilty. Fined $50. State vs. Raymond Chesser and H. I-. Anthony, larceny from a store building. September 15 pleads not nuilty. September 26 jury empaneledj niso nf ill fnma Ssntsmhsr State vs. Mary Reinhart, nuisance. September 20 pleads not guilty. Sep tember 27 pleads guilty. Fined $300. State vs. John W. Duree, resorting c'ose Vermilion presiding, which closed on that^offense was Saturday. The number of criminal: Jurisdiction of Monroe county, jury was discharged and defendant held to Monroe county. State vs. George McSperron, Sep tember 20, case dismissed on motion of county attorney. State vs. W. S. Parks, September •20, case dismissed on motion of the county attorney. City of Ottumwa vs. Mrs. H. J. Bai ley, appeal, September by city. State vs. Henry Elliott, assault with intent to kill. October 5 pleads not guilty. Nettie I. Alexander vs. Max L. Alex ander, petition for divorce and alimony, dismissed. O. S. Fry vs. Thomas J. Overman et. al., petition to quiet title August 29 decree signed. Frank McCoy, administrator vs. Ben jamin Walters et. al., petition to quiet 2? im «7,„ State vs. James Leek, breaking and Promissory note.- September 5, default 0R for trial of H. L. Anthony. Returned ifan, '=ust®": until Sep verdict of guilty. Chesser pleads guil-i ^mber 5. Plaintiffs petition ordered S be 2 9 on or a for Anthony overruled. Sentenced to I l?" ^S" three and one-half years In the peni-i tentiary. October 3. Chesser ordered surrendered to state Industrial school. State vs. Clarence McDonald and Annie Farrell, lewdness. September 15 pleads not guilty^ September 28 jury empaneled. September 29, returned a verdict of not guilty. B.al^vm' on house of ill fame. September 20 pleads not guilty. September 27 jury em paneled, case dismissed by county at torney. to house of ill fame for purpose of title to certain real estate. lewdness. September 28, pleads not 13 plaintiff granted divorce on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treat- guilty and demands three days to pre pare for trial. State vs. Frank Collingwood deser-j ment. cases and twenty-seven law cases ap- ^onseduction and marriage.Sep- Lola Ridley vs. Robert Ridley, Sep pear on the records for the August' tember 20, jury empaneled. After the tember 13, plaintiff granted divorce term of the district court, Judge C. W.! 20, dismissed City of Ottumwa vs. Wayne Rupe and Steve Walker, appeal September i,Cr Cloyd and George Tarlton, September 21 Cloyd pleads guilty and is fined and ceny. September 28, pleads not guil- Stearns. September 20 plaintiff granted ty. State vs. John Boyd and Almeda Boyd, keeping an opium joint. State vs. Ira Turner, larceny from person, October 5 pleads not guilty. State vs. John Gilbert larceny from the person, October 5, pleads not guil ty. State vs. Frank Scott, John Boyd: cieve and Nancy Figg vs. Benjamin and Thos. Watts, larceny from build ing. October 4 pleads not guilty. Chancery Cases. Levi Jackson et. al., vs. Elizabeth Derby et. al., dismissed. A. A. Robertson vs. John S. Reno, settled and dismissed. Plaintiff granted /divorce, cus tody of minor child and $150 alimony. Edith Ryder vs. Earl Ryder, August 29, plaintiff granted a divorce on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treat ment and restored to maiden name of Edith Templeton. H. G. True vs. William Mattix and M. E. Mattix, foreclosure. August 29, default decree for the plaintiff. Melissa Jennings vs. Frank Jennings, petition for divorce, case dismissed. A. B. Williams vs. S. A. Stroud, et. al., foreclosure. August 29, M. H. Wil- aPPointed recdver September 5, Hoffstater. C. A. Boltz vs. J. H. Cremer, sheriff, injunction. August 30 case dismissed, Phoenix Trust Co. vs. T. B. Yuen, foreclosure, August 30, default decree for plaintiff. Mary Bickford vs. Harvey A. Bick ford, August, 30, plaintiff granted di vorce and custody of three minor chil dren. First National bank of Montezuma, Iowa vs. Urdangen and Greenburg. August 30, judgment for plaintiff for $1,094.44. F. A. Rickey vs. Bertha M. Rickey, recogniz-1 August 31, plaintiff granted divorce. E. J. Rutledge vs. Julia Sutton et Dr. E. J. LAMBERTt Practice Limited to Medical and Sur gical Diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. I Glasses Scientifically Fitted. Leighton Block, Phone 422, Ottumwa. Iowa. decree quieting title to certain real es tate. Ottumwa National bank vs. un known heirs of Michael Sutton. Sep tember 13 decree quieting title to cer tain real estate. described in inventory directed trans ferred to John B. Ellison & Son. Hattie D. Stearns vs. Frank S. 0 divorce on grounds of cruel and inhu man treatment ancj desertion. Wapello County Savings bank vs. John S. Wolf et. al, September 23 de cree foreclosing mortgage on certain real estate. Rachel Ream vs. Mallir/ Ream. Sep tember 25 plaintiff granted temporary ipjunction. William B. Morgan vs. Alice Morgan, September 26 plaintiff granted divorce. State of Iowa ex, rel., C. R. Van Zaring, James Zaring and Michael Schwartz. September 26, order for temporary injunction restraining de fendants from selling liquors contrary to law in a certain building in Ba tavia. Pierce Halferty vs. Mary V. Halfer ty. September 27 case dismissed. W. il. Stevens et. al. vs. John Ford et al. October 2 decree quieting title to certain real estate. Margaret Ellen Evans vs. unknown heirs of William E. Williams. October 3 decree showing probate and proof of lost will of William E. Williams, de ceased. Addie E. Williamson vs. F. William son. October 4 plaintiff granted divorce and restored to the name of Addie Monroe. Claudia McVey vs. W. E. McVey, ap plication to modify decree. October 14 grandmother awarded custody of child eight months of the year mother to have child four months each year. M. Rush vs. Grammer & Son et. al., October 14 decree signed granting pe tition of plaintiff. N. F. Reed, Frank P. Hofmann, John Trueblood, Frank Shane, Ed. J. Moore, druggists, were granted permits to keep and sell intoxicating liquors for medicinal purposes. Law Cases. W. P. Chisman vs. L. M. Cundiff, at tachment Settled by agreement. Norton & Smith vs. J. B. Wilson, at tachment. Settled and dismissed. Nettie I. Alexander vs. William A. Alexander, suit for $10,000 damages for alleged alienation of husband's af fections. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost. H. G. Sevier & Co. vs. R. B. Marrow, appeal. Settled and dismissed. Bown & Bown vs. J. A. Ballard, set tled and dismissed. Sarah E. Cramblit vs. J. O. Loch et. al„ suit on note. Settled and dis missed. James A. Guest vs. J. H. Rheem, suit on note. Default judgment, $285.93. Oliver Jones et. al. vs. L. Jones, at tachment. Judgment against defend ant for $2,000. W. T. Percy vs. William Soots et. al., appeal. September 1 judgment of lower court for $57.35 against defefld ant affirmed. A. B. Williams vs. Lee Taylor, suit on note. September 5 default judgment against defendant for $484.34. William R. Lanning vs. George Mor rison, appeal. September 5, jury im paneled, trial proceeds, September 7 plaintiffs dismiss petition and claim without prejudice and defendant dis misses without prejudice his claim of payment and counter claim. Jacob Mier vs. Mat Mier et. al., ap peal. September 7 dismissed for want of prosecution. Mrs. Augusta Kiser vs. Hahn Bros, et. al., suit for damages. September 8 jury impaneled, case settled and dis missed. Eldon Independent Telephone Co., vs. J. R. Eddy, H. E. Eddy and September 1, plaintiff granted divorce, intervenor. September. 13, plaintiff custody of minor son, awarded certain fails to appear. Court finds that John real estate as permanent alimony. William R. Arnold et. al., vs. Otis Watson et. al., September 2 decree signed ordering partition of certain real estate. J. E. Hull vs. Viola Jones and J. O. Loch, foreclosure. September 2 default judgment for plaintiff. A. B. Williams vs. S. A. Stroud, et. al- foreclosure of mortgage to secure Minnie Williams vs, S. A. Stroud et. al., foreclosure on mortgage to secure i^?mber 5 ?r.der for temporary injunc tlon restraining defen'dant from con structing certain dam. J.. B. Sax vs. Anna E. Baiter et. al., petition regarding sale of Hammond East Main street. Trial, be- ®e?.rJ'e September 6, plaintiff grant- ed divorce and custody of four minor children. Edward Hohl vs. Ida E. Hohl. Sep tember 7 plaintiff granted a divorce. Edward Blount vs. Nussbaum. Sep tember 8 decree ordering cancellation of a certain mortgage. Cf.i. -o viiaiil jLiiuuiua aim luuiuns vs. State vs. Mary Reinhart, keeping nionHn nomas Grant Thomas and Amy Thomas vs. Th r-ooripr ot al Spntpmhpr iq cooper et. ai. septemDer id Francis M. Hunter, trustee, vs. T. J. Zollars. &nd September 13 decree quieting state's evidence it appearing and restored to her maiden name, committed in the Lola Miles. W. H. Snook & son vs. J. P. Ulrich et. al., enforcement of mechanics' lien. September 13 settled and dismissed. Monroe Karts vs. C. Vanderpool. September 13, decree quieting title to certain real estate. Alice J. Miller vs. Walter Crook, habeas corpus proceedings before Judge M. A. Roberts. September 13 order fixing custody of Harvey Miller! Winnie Miller in the defendant Walter Cook. Boys to visit with moth- er two weeks in each year. R- 20 jury empaneled. September 21, re-'ors Wapello county. September 13 or turn verdict of guilty of disturbing the der peace. September 25 defendant's mo- official newspaper. H. Moore vs. Board of Supervis- declaring Saturday Herald to be Hannah P, Best vs. George Wilson et. al. September 15 decree ordered cancelling of certain mortgage. In the matter of Fred Swenson, as- s'gnee- costs. September 22 Tar I- ton pleads guilty and is fined $300 and costs. State of Iowa vs. Ed. Greendahl, lar- September 19, Harry E. Swen s,°I1L.5,ss,gI!ee'. rset!, an., ,g0_°_s C. R. Eddy, defandants, John R. Wallace, THE OTTUMWA OOUBIER R. Wallace -is the owner and entitled to possession of all property levied upon the sheriff- in this case, valued at $817,12. F. W. Darner et. al. vs. R. S. Thomas, suit for commission alleged to be due for sale of farm. September 13 jury impaneled. September 15 returned ver dict against defendant for $261.48. October 14 motion for new trial over ruled. E. Daggett & Sons vs. C. B. & Q. railway, damages. September 15, set tled and dismissed. Stodghill & Pardee vs. C. B. & Q. railway, damages. September 15 set tled and dismissed. E. D. Lawrence vs. T. D. Thompson, suit on contract. September 21 dis missed without prejudice. Anna Pearson Moody, et al., vs. J. B. Mowrey, executor, et. al., regarding last will and testament of late James Burbage. September 25 settled and dismissed. L. F, Newell vs. Joseph M. Pearson and Ida F. Pearson. September 27, settled and dismissed. I. L. White vs. J. H. McCormick et. al., suit on note, September 27 settled and dismissed. S. P. Lawson vs. city of Ottumwa, suit on contract. September 29 jury impaneled, uctober 3 jury returns ver dict for plaintiff for $170. G. M. Parker vs. Margaret Conley, damages. October 2 settled and dis missed. Ottumwa Turnverein vs. J. F. Jer sey et al., plaintiff claims $2,500 dam ages. Ofctober 3 jury impaneled, Oc tober 13 jury returns verdict,of $23.60 for the defendant. October 14 motion for new trial overruled. South Ottumwa bank vs. A. W. Rupe, Ella Moul vs. C. M. Moul. September attachment. October 10 dismissed at plaintiff's cost. Sarah A. Morgan vs. C. M. & St. P. railway, damages. October 11 settled and dismissed. Carrie Babcock vs. Western Union Telegraph Co., damages appeal. Octo ber 13, case ordered back to justice court for new trial. WEST VAN BUREN. West Van B'iren, Oct. 14.—Quite a number from here attended the fu neral of Mrs. John McCullough last Saturday. Wade Harryman has his new dwell ing house almost comrleted. G. W. Wiley began work Monday on Roy Ratcliff's new house. C. C. Rodgers and family and Wade Hftvryman and family were Sunday guests at the W- H. Harryman home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McCullough lift Wednesday for a visit with friends In and near Des Moines. S. A. Lasley and family visited last Sunday with his brother, Jesse and wife near Oak Hills. Sam Shaffer has purchased the W. Ra!mbo place. Tony Ploss made a business trip to this town one day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rambo expect to move to Keosauqua in a couple of weeks to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Plowman spent Sunday at the home of Chas. Kunz man. E. 15. Hanshaw and wife visited on Tuesday with friends at White Elm. Mr. and-Mrs. Dudley Nicklin passed through here Wednesday. Wade Harryman and family visited recently at the L. P. Plowman home. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Harryman spent Sunday at the latter's parents. John Hendrix of Douds, was here on business this week. J. Barnett, of Riverside, was a busi ness callers here last week. BONAPARTE. Bonaparte, Oct. 16.-—The entertain ment given at the Baptist church Sat urday evening was well attended. A good program was rendered and re freshments were served. Wm. Bishop and family have moved to the Thos. King farm north of town. A cement walk is being laid in front of the Mohler property, occupied by Mrs. Alma Heuston. Miss Dora Oberton, of Dows, is vis iting her sister. Mrs. J. R. Sherman. George Junkins, of Farmington, was a business visitor here Friday. Mrs. W. I. Bogle visited in Keo sauqua Saturday. Miss Magg-le Mulvlhill spent Sun day in Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Aus. Macklln were Ot tumwa visitors Saturday. James Wheaton, of Farmington, was a Bonaparte visitor Saturday. Grant Israel, of Memphis, Mo., is visiting his uncle, J. I Israel. D. V. Cox, of Peoria, 111., is visiting relatives here. 8 4 ALBIA. Albia, Oct. 16.—Saturday afternoon was spent in arguing the motion for a new trial for Tom Smith, who was found guilty of manslaughter on the day before. Judge Eichelberger ov erruled the motion and sentenced Smith to the penitentiary for three years, the same sentence pronounced cn him at his former trial in January, 1903. Smith immediately filed an ap peal bon^ and thus the case rests. Harrison Brown, the fifteen year old negro boy who was charged with en tering the store of an Italian near the Burlington station about two weeks ugo, plead guilty and was given a term in the reform school at Eldora by Judge Eichelberger. A marriage license was granted on Saturday last to Walter Crispin, aged 23, and Miss Eva Major, aged 17, both of Albia. The Hickman-Bessey .company clos ed a week's engagement at King's opera house Saturday night. Th« company was a good one and gave ex cellent satisfaction. A temperance meeting for the wt men is called for tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Andy McCreery, on North Clinton street. All women in terested in the subject are cordially invited to be present. Phil Waterman and family spent Sunday at the E. C. Sloan home on South Clinton street. Miss Carrie Clemons, of Lovllla, is a guest at the P. Castner home to day. The Lachman-Kuch Carnival com pany began a week's engagement here this morning under the auspices of the Albia band. The company comes highly recommended as to the qual ity of its entertainment: Grant Bailey was in town this morn ing on business. Miss 'Gladys Reese, of Des Moines, sang a solo at the morning service of the First Presbyterian churcfli yes terday. Geo. McGilvery transacted business ir. Albia Saturday. Tom Farmer brough his son Roy from Melrose to this place this morn ing, on the way home to LaPlata, Mo. Roy has been very ill with typhoid fever for many weeks, but is begin at© Vl •ft. WIDOW JONES MI ning to recover. They will be guests at the Wiliiaird home. durttntg their stay here. PLEA8ANT HOME, Pleasant Home, Oct. 16.—Married, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Millard, Joseph Knox and Miss Vestlna Millard, Rev. J. Randolph, of Pleasant Home church officiating. The marriage occurred at high noon on S unday in the presence of a large company of relatives and friends. The newly wedded couple received many fine, and useful presents. They are among the best young people of Pleasant Home church and will be greatly missed. They will reside In South Ottumwa, where Mr. Knox has a position as rural mail carrier. The best wishes of the church and community go with them. Rev. Randolph has been at Mt. Zion the most of last week, getting ready to build a new church. The new ehurch will probably be started this fall and finished in the spring. Bert Dixon and wife, of South Ot tumwa, visited here over Sunday and attended the wedding of Joseph Knox and Miss Milliard. Mr.' and Mrs. Angel, of Blakesburg, visited here Sunday. Mr. and. Mrs. John Bachman visited relatives at Ash Grove Sunday. ASH GROVE. Ash Grove, Oct. 16.—There is quite an epidemic of diptheria prevailing in this community. Hiram Sapp delivered hogs at Ot tumwa Tuesday. Miss Loveda Hayden, a teacher of the Fairview schools visited over Sun day with Miss Alice Leonard. Willard Cohagan and wife and Tom Darby of near Blakesburg, visited last Monday at A. Cassill's. Cora Selman spent Monday and Tuesday in Bloomfield. Clarence Williams returned to Wil lard Monday, after a visit with his parents, south of town. The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bunch, died Oct 9, of whoop in cough and was buried Oct. 10, in the Drakevllle cemetery. Tom Casslll and family spent Sun day at the home of Ernest Walker. John Wolfe and wife spent Sunday at the M. Allbright home. DOUDS. Douds, Oct. 16.—Mrs. C. W. Finney, of Eldon, visited Friday with her par ents-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Finney, of Leando. Mrs. E. B. Kirkendall and sister, Mrs. David Adams, and son Samuel Adams, visited last week with Mrs. Rachel Miller, of. Bloomfield. Mrs. E. O. Hedrick, of Ottumwa, has fceen visiting with friends at this place since last Thursday, returning home today. James Bell, of Keosauqua, Is build ing a new dwelling for Frank Horn on his farm south of Leando. -Henry Peacock had nine teams at this place last Thursday hauling lum ber for the new dwelling he is having erected on his farm four miles south of town. W. H. Saunderson of Selma, was in town »on business Saturday. Gilbert McGill has decided to move to Ottumwa. BLOOMFIELD. Bloomfield, Oct. 16.—The fall term of the district court opened today,' xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. 5 THE 5 2* Lines of Boys' Clothes are as plentiful as fluttering cr leaves in the Autumn, bui how to pick for you the line and theSIS the one that will give the most satisfaction to your boy's is pivot of the whole Boy's Clothes question. S Widow Jones Clothes for Boys 8 Are Correct In Every Detail 8 Bring your Boys to Anderson's for his next Suit or Orer coat. We guarantee to give better Merchandise, better assort- JJj ment of patterns, better fitting Clothes, better value for your money than any store in Ottumwa. Boys two-piece D. B. Suits In Plain Black and Fancy Mixed, sizes 4 to 16—There is nothing better made for the -J 1 Boys' Long Overcoats In Fan cy Mixed Goods and Plain Blue and Black, ages 10 to 16—The best Coat you ever O saw for the price Widow Jones Suits for boys, with or without Knickerbocker Pants, all the latest shades and patterns, sizes, 2yz to 17, price from $3.50 to 7.50 Boys, Fail Style Caps In all the latest shapes and shades, with or without the pull down, at 25c, 39c, 50c and Boys' Shirt Waist with or with out collar, in "Mother's Friend" or Blouses, all sizes, 3 to 16 years old, 25c to .. 1.00 Buster Brown boys, 6 to Stockings for 9/a, a pair 25c XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX GET A GOOD SQUARE MEAL AT with Judge C. W. Vermilion on the bench. The first case heard is that of F. J. Burrows vs. the C., B. & Q. Ry.. for $1,000, for personal Injuries claim ed to have been received by l.'./n at Donnelson in November, 1903. Other important cases assigned for the term are the State of Iowa vs. Claud Whit tier indicted for the murder of Frank Ogden, the case of the State vs. Chas. Cohn charged with assault with intent to murder Charles Jenkins. A pleasant social event prompted to the marriage of Miss Edith Dunn to Ruben G. Orway, of Des Moines which will take place Tuesda" Octo ber 31, occurred Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dun.i. The guests presented Miss Dunn with a number of beautiful sterling silver spoons, which were highly appreciat ed. An elaborate luncheon as serv ed by the hostess. assisted by her v.ghter, Mrs. Mary Curray. Ferns and roses were the flowers of the ev ening. W. J. Law is recovering from a severe illness caused from acute gas tritis. A pleasant reunion of the Hender son families was held Sunday at the John Henderson home near West Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson leave this week for Idaho, where they will make their future home. The directors of the public schools have closed the doors of the Institu tion for a week on account of several cases of diptheria, which are quaran tined in the city. Walter Eastburn spent Sunday in Moulton ajs the guest of Miss Mattle McClure. Mrs. 119 E. MAIN ST. OTTUMWA, IOWA. Lines and the Litfe g! -iwiBS McElroy Restaurant We cater to people who want the best there is. Call In when you're Hungry. We feed that class of people. THE MCELROYS RESTAURANT D. Swlnney, of Florls, Is spend ing a few weeks with her son, Boone Swlnney and family. D. M. Wise spent Friday in Ottum wa on business. Mrs. E. B. Johnson was called to Moulton Friday night by the illness of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Howie Wahl. Miss Sadie J. Howard lefi Friday for Chicago to spend several months with friends. Mrs. Brown, of Cumberland, is vis iting at the horrte of her sister, Mrs. John Graham. Frank Graham, who resides near Hltt, Mo., also arrived Friday for a short visit. Miss Greta Brouhard, of Ottumwa, arrived Friday evening for a short visit with her aunt, Mrs. Mary Why broer. Mrs. Hopper and son, of Indianapo- CASTORIA For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Of 8 3 Sv UIIDOUS joijesJ AMERICA'S LEADER OF BOYS' FASHIONS $ Dr. B. A. Stockdale, SPECIALIST, Will be in his office in BALLINGALL HOTEL, OTTUMWA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, October 18 ONE DAY ONLY, Returning every four weeks, Pay When Cured. Dr. Stockdale positively cures Chronic Catarrh, Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, and Kidneys, Dyspepsia, Constipa tion and Rheumatism. If you are suffering from nervous and physical debility, lost vigor, pre mature decline of power. Dr. Stock dale guarantees to cure. Blood and Skin Diseases and Diseases of Women. Consultation Free and Confidential. Address: Dr.B. A. STOCKDALE Citizen's National Bank Btdg. Des Moines, lowa lis, Ind., arrived Saturday to spend a few weeks with Mrs. R. E. Duck worth and Mrs. Geo. Procter. DUNREATH. Dunreath, Oct. 16.—Pearl Martin, of Fifieid, was in this town Thursday. Miss Cora Brober and Mrs. Huffman of Knoxville, visited at the home of Caleb Amos Thursday. John Maplethorpe was a capital city visitor Tuesday. Mrs. George Love was in Cordova Monday. Bears the Signature Of if /ll It is the per fect confidence we have in our treat ment that war rants us in adopt ing the above terms. We do not require any vf money (except pay for medi cine) until a permanent cure is made.