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TUESDAY, January 9, |T?
To be distributed into the homes of the
people for less than the actual cost of the
raw material to raise a large amount of cash
to satisfy claims of Creditors.
i'ffiTHE HUB CLOTHING, FUR
NISHING GOODS AND SHOE
STOCK will be placed on sale for
10 days only, beginning Wednes
day at 9 a. m. Everybody should
avail themselves of this opportuni
ty. A fine stock of Tailor Made
Clothing, Hats, Etc., at leas than
COST. If you value money don't
miss It as we must raise a large
amount of money In ten days, to
pay for our heavy fall purchases
which are now becoming due. This
will be a most stupendous under
aking to close out this mammoth
$50,000 stock at retail In ten days,
but the prices we have put on the
goods will move them out rapidly.
The sale will be held in our large
building at Ottumwa, Iowa.
WAPELLO COUNTY'S GREAT
EST CLOTHING AND SHOE
SALE Will Begin WEDNESDAY,
JANUARY 10th, at 9 A. M. THE
HUB/214 East Main Street, Ottum
sya, Iowa.
The opening will be made a gala
y. Bring the children there will
music all day. It will pay you
to come 100 miles to visit this sale.
Excursion rates on all railroads.
Never again will you have such a
golden" opportunity to dress In such
.rich raiment at such trifling cost.
THE SENSATION OF THE DAY.
THE WONDfeR OF THE HOUR.
Here will be the most mighty av
alanche of majestic bargains in
Men's and Young Men's High Class
Ultra Fashionable Sluits and Over-
_AND LO
,V««
JDAY, JANUARY 10, 19Q6.
fDON'T ENTER UNTIL YOU SEE
ITHE NAME OVER THE DOOR.
LOOK FOR THE LARGE CANVAS
SIGN.
SMOOT CASE
IS TAKEN DP
tJTAH SENATORIAL TANGLE
AGAIN TACKLED BY ELEC­
TIONS COMMITTEE
CLARK'S DEMOCRACY
Missouri Representative, In Speech on
the Philippine Situation, Takes a
v,
Wide Range and Includes a "Boost"
for the Cannon Presidential Boom,
Comparing Him and Secretary Shaw.
Washington, D. C., Jan. 6. Sena'
lor Smoot's case was discussed by the
Benate committee on privileges and
elections today. Chairman Burrows
called the committee together "for" the
purpose of discussing the status of the
case and the question as to whether
further testimony should be taken or
additional arguments heard.
It was the unanimous opinion of the
committee that additional, testimony
should be taken up on the leading
Matures of the protest. This testi
ao'ny will relate particularly to the
omlnation of the state of Utah by the
lormon church.
Want Figures on Immigration,
Information regarding immigration
)m Austro-Hungary contained in re
rts by Marcus Braun was asked for
!m the secretary of commerce and
br by the house on convening to
V. An illustrated -speech on the fo
jco feature of the Philippine tariff
was begun by Hill of Connectl-
y*'Charnp Clark Democracy."
Champ Clark democracy" was ex
.nded to the delight and entertaln
il of the house for three hours yes
ay by Mr. Clark of Missouri, and
stltuted the feature of the debate
the Philippine tariff bill. Mr.
k's speech took a wide range, find
ibeled his political belief as above
nswer to the question as to what
of a democrat he really was.
talked of the Philippines and
1 the pending bill he dlsciissed
eral tariff auestlon_ and In par­
imS
ratofcttauiitattoifliti
$50,000.00
Worth of High Grade
Clothing and Furnishing
Goods and Shoes
coats ever brought together by any
firm In Ottumwa, equalling in quan
tity and variety the combined
stocks of all the retail clothing
houses In Ottumwa. We hereby
guarantee to sell precisely as we
advertise, and every quotation is
absolutely oorrect. It may be hard
to believe that a big concern would
sacrifice such an Immense stock to
be sold at less than their actual
cost to manufacture, but the facts
remain and we merely ask you to
come and test our statements. This
tremendous sale positively begins
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10th AT
9. A. M., AND CL03ES IN TEN
DAYS.
Do not class this sale with other
so-called sales, this is the first of
its kind that ever occurred in Ot
tumwa, and It may never occur
again, and In order to prove to you
what tremendous sacrifices will be
made, we mention a few of the ex
traordinary bargains that will be
offered, and bear In mind there are
1,000 different articles we cannot
mention here. We advise you to
save this and bring it with you so
there can be no mistake and you
get exactly the goods mentioned in
this document. Remember, no post
ponement.
This great money raising busi
ness will close in TEN DAYS. Just
think of the following proposition,
and remember that all goods herein
priced in this document can be
ticular the German tariff situation he
reviewed Bryan's record on silver and
paid his respects in characteristic or
atory to the republican leaders.
Either Shaw or Cannon.
He ascribed future greatness to
what he termed the great "stand-pat"
disciples, and declared that one of
these/ Secretary Shaw, whose record
as secretary of the treasury included,
he said, classifying frogs' legs as
poultry and ponies as "household ar
ticles" for the collection of revenue,
was a logical republican presidential.
possibility unless the mantle should
fall on "The gray and grizzled speak-1
er, 'Uncle Joe' Cannon." I
The fight against the bill was open-,
ed In the interest of the beet sugar In
dustry by Mr. Fordney of Michigan.
He recalled the republican member
ship to Its pledges on the stand-pat tar
iff planks of the party.
Clark Surprised at Defeat.
In speaking generally of the area
and the productiveness of the Philip
pine Islands, Clark said he had never
been so much surprised since a repub
lican beat him for congress In 1894.
"You oould, he said, "mm the whole
of the islands into the congressional
district represented by Stevens of
Texas." Stating the democratic posi
tion on the bill he said his party
would vote for It, although in commit
tee the democrats had voted against
it simply because the democratic sub
stitute for absolute free trade had not
been supported by the republicans.
MIssourTan Raises Laughter.
Illustrating the changes in the-to
bacco industry, Clark caused laughter
on both sides" of the' chamber by de
claring th6re were in his district 150
brick houses and 100 brick barns, all
equal in architectural beauty to the
executive offices occupied by President
Roosevelt, and all built out of the
profits of tobacco raised and sold dur
ing the civil war for more than a dol
lar a pound. Discussing as aif absurd
ity, the enormous amount of sijgar that
the Philippines are supposed to pro
duce, Clark gave the amount raised "in
the United States proper" and. also the
production "In the United States im
proper," In vhich he Included Hawaii,
Porto Rico and the Philippines.
The ways and means committee', he
said, had been informfed by sworn,
statements that every, acre In the
Philippines would be planted in tobac
co, And-by the sugar people'that these
same acres would be planted la sugar.
It all reminded him of draw poker or
a game of duckB?p.nd drakes. He did
not blame the beet sugar people fpr
working against the bill, but said they
were seven years behind. They should
have blocked the admission of Ha
waii 'ffnd her free sugar. "That is the
price we paid to.^»ddle the Hawaiians
214E.Main St.
$0
-fSp^
WEDNESDAY/JANUARY
brought back at any time during
this sale.
We merely quote you a few of
the many bargains to be offered and
bear In mind there are thousands
of other BARGAINS we CANNOT
MENTION HERE.
Men's Suits
Men's Suits, plain, fancy or Chevi
ots, worth $6.98,
sale price "...
Men's Cheviots and Plaids, value
$8.98, sale r\
Price J«0V
200 Men's splendid Suits in Velour
Cassimeres, all sizes. This Suit
positively worth $12.00, A
they go at D.4-0
Men's Fancy and Clay Worsted
Suits they are positively worth $18,
go at this fj if)
sale „4»
20 lots to choose from finely made
and elegantly finished Suits, worth
$22.50 to $25.00, single or double
breasted, p* p«
only 9.75
Youths Suits
Five lots to choose from, dark
checks and stripes, worth 1 OA
$6.48, go at &,Oy
•Youths' Suits, extra fine dress, in
the latest styles and shades, worth
$8.00 and $10.00.
this sale
4-.V5
100 Children's two-piece Suits, from
4 to 14 years, worth
$2.00, sale price OOv
HOT SPRINGS
DOCTORS
MAST'ER SPECIALISTS.
Permanently Located in Ottumwa.
Treat Chronic Diseases on a Posi
tive Written Guarantee to refund all
money paid, if we fail to cure. We
accept no incurable cases.
All home treatments so that fre
quent calls at the institute are not
necessary.
We treat Diseases of the Blood,
Nerves, Heart, Lungs, Kidneys, Liver,
and Stomach, including Deafness,
RheumatiSiJi, Paralysis, Neuralgia,
Goitre and Piles, Rupture' and Diseases
of Men and Diseases of Women. We
make no failures.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Hot Springs Doctors
Institute in New Telephone Bldg.
into a frame of mind in which we
could swallow them," and he continu
ed, "we are not preparing to do the
same 'anaconda act with Cuba.'
Speaks From the Forum.
Clark spoke from the "foruni," in
front, of- the speaker's desk and as he
progressed he would cross to the re
publican side and emphasize his state
ments with gestures directly In the
faces of his-political opponents. Hav
ing his ^attention called to the "sugar
trust" 6y a Question from Broussard
of Louisiana, he declared dramatically
"I'll tell you 'about the sugar trust if
'ypu beet sugar people over here will
yote with, us to wipe out the differen
tial tariff of 26^6 centfi on refined sug
ar, we will kill the sugar trust as dead
as a mullet." He recalled the sugar de
bate of two years ago and. drew Dal
zell of Pennsylvania In£o the discus
sion to substantiate bis statement that
the house organization was "run over
rough shod on 'that day."
'I guess that's so," admitted Dalzell,
"but what became of them after
wards?" he asked.
"D, well," said Clark, "but If you
beet sugar people will, lying in a prop
osition here now to abolish the dif
ferential or to- cut it down one-half,
I will stand with, you."
JThe question whicfc was of immeas
urably greater importance than the
Philippine sugar question, Clark de
clared, was the German tariff situa
tion and ithe Dingley tariff in general.
THE OTTUMWA OOURIEB
CSfiftw^
Save This and Wait Until
£l\ p* worth ultra Fashionable High Grade Clothing and Furnishing Goods and Shoes for Men,
11 I I Vl I Boys and Children, to be sold at Less than actual Cost of the Raw Material.
%]sij\s»\s\s\j SAVE THIS' AND WAIT UNTIL WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10.
THE HUB
is forced by creditors in the begin- ning of the WINTER season to sacrifice the entire $50,000 High-Grade Stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS AND SHOES which has made the name of' THE HUB famous throughout the entire community
^surrounding Ottumwa, on sale at less than the actual ccst of the raw material. WE BOUGHT, OWING TO SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS, our entire Fall Stock for CASH, and failing to raise the necessary amount to make the payments on same, after ship
vmentB hal arrived,we are forced, owing to the demands of creditors, to place this immense purchase which includes our entine Fall and Winter Stock on sale for TEN DAYS ONLY, in order to realize a large amount of money quickly to satisfy the above obliga
%'Ktions.
S% This will give the people of this community the greatest opportunity to buy their Winter CLOTHING and FURBISHING GOODS and SHOES that has ever been offered or will again be offered In this state. This is a BONAFIDE SALE, and is Backed by my
DISREPUTATION of HONESTY and FAIf} DEALING, and every Item herein stated will positively be on sale. We are now re-marking and re-arranging the stock. Our building will be closed until WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10th, at 9 o'clock ar m.f when the entire
stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS AND SHOES, for Men and Boys and Children, will be placed on sale and sold at less than cost to manufacture in our large building at 214 E. MAIN STREET, OTTUMWA, IOWA. This sale will positively close
in TEN DAYS.
100 Children's Sunday Suits, two
piece, from 4 to 14 years, worth $5
r.. 2.48
Men's Overcoats
Men's blue and Mack Beaver Over
coats, worth $6.48,
sale price
Men's Oxford and Melton Over
coats in all lengths, worth $10.00
and $12.00, A
sale price
Men's Kersey and Frieze, all
lengths, worth $15.00 Q|\
and $18.00, sale price .. 0«0V
Men's extra fine, late?" styles, silk
and satin lined, equai to $40.00
Tailor Made-to-order. Don't fail to
see them, in O
only Z.40
YOUTHS' OVERCOATS Blue,
Black and Gray, with and "Without
Belts, worth $6.98,
sale price
CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS —Chil
dren's nice heavy winter Coat,
,worth $2.98,
sale price ... /..
He quoted Governor Cummins, of
Iowa, as saying that all the insurance
stealing and other Irregularities was
not a tithe to the stealing that is go
ing on under the Dlngley tariff law.
The Original.
Foley & Co., of Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many Imitations are offered
for the genuine. These worthless imi
tations have similar sounding names.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar is In a yellow package.
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
It is the best remedy for coughs and
colds. W. D. Elliott, druggist.
FARMINGTON.
Farmington, Jan. 0.—The Baptist
Young People's union held their semi
annual election of officers Thursday
evening, which resulted as follows:
President, Miss Georgia Wright vice
president, Miss Laura Berthold secre
tary, Miss Anna Beeson treasurer,
Sam Merrick organist, Miss Margaret
Lorgson.
Mrs. Ida Manifeld left yesterday for
Milton
Miss Inez Boice. who has been visit
1ns her mother in Chicago, returned
to her hombe here this morning.
Mr and Mrs. Dan O'Neal of Kahoka,
Mo., vsited Mrs. O'Neal's mother, Mrs.
Delia Forgave last week.
Miss Eflle Larson returned this
movtihig frooi a two weeks' visit with
her sivnt in Chicago.
Fritz Telander of Kewanee, 111., has
been v'sltlng his uncle, J. A. Telander
and family.
Misses Maggie and Anna Mulvlhlll
entertained a company of friends at a
6 o'clock dinner Thursday.
Mrs. William Stone visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Perry Dean, in Keokuk last
week.
Miss Minnie Blackledge' of Mt. Ster
ling visited her friend, Miss Grace
Locke, over Sunday.
«,y 'S®
10.
3,29
.1.19
Dress Shirts
Men's fine Dress Shirts, worth '50c
and 75c, sale
price..
Men's best quality Dress Shirts,
worth $1.00,
sale price
.47C
le Positively Opens WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10th, and Closes in Ten Days. Look for the large Cloth Sign
Mrs. Kate Walton of St. Louis is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Catherine
Gllcker.
Mrs. Clay Ward and son Clyde vis
ited friends in Kilbourne last week.
Mrs. Albedt Hite and baby are quite
sick.
O. I. Ponte of St. Louis Is visiting his
family.
ELDON.
Eldon, Jan. 6.—Miss Olive Hender
son. of Florls, is visiting friends here.
Will Klngery, of South Dakota, Is
In the city for & few days.
J. E. Housrhland is In Ottumwa to
day on business.
Miss Mlna Murphy is In Ottumwa
today.
Word was received this morning of
mm
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ii^(»-r iff,,®,
TEN O'CLOCK A. 1
BOYS' KNEE PANTS 500 Pair
Knee Pants, worth 39c, 1
S a I
500 Pair Knee Pants, all sizes from
4 to 15, worth 89c,
sale price JVC
500 Men's Shifting Pants, worth
$2.00, sale qa
price OVv
1,000 pair Men's Fine Trousers, for
Sunday wear, In worsted and Fancy
Stripes, worth $4.00 and
$5.00, sale price^.
the death of Mrs. F. U. Norton, at
Highward Park, N. J. The remains are
expected here Monday.
Mrs. J. A. Owens will entertain the
12 D's this afternoon from 2 until 5
In honor of Mlsa Mamie Eichelbergrer,
of Washington.
Miss Florence Baker, of Jefferson, is
visiting friends here.
Superintendent Whittenton, of Rock
Island railway, was in town last ev
ening.
Free to Our Readers—Botanic Blood
Balm for the Blood.
If you suffer from ulcers, eczema,
scrofula, blood poison, cancer, .eating
sores, itching skin, pimples, bolls,bone
pains, swellings, rheumatism, catarrh
or any blood or skin disease, we ad
vise you to take Botanic Blood Balm
(B. B. B.) Especially recommended
for old obstinate deep-seated cases,
cures where all else fails, heals ev
ery sore. Makes the blood pure and
rich, gives the skin the rich glow of
health. Druggists $1 per large bottle.
Sample sent free by writing Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trou
ble and free medical advice sent in
sealed letter. Medicine sent at once,
prepaid. For sale In Ottumwa by Sar
gent, the True Druggist Also J. W.
Edgerly & Co., Jobbers.
EDDYVILLE.
Eddyville, Jan. 6.—Born, Wednes
day Jan. 3, to Mr. and Mrs. William
Reeves, of Frederic, a son.
A. W. Riggs, who has been a mem
ber of the Soldier's Relief commission
of Wapello county for several years,
tendered his resignation Tuesday, on
account of falling health, and on
Wednesday the county supervisors se
lected Amos Gray to succeed him.
J. D. Richards and family departed
Thursday for Bozeman, Montana, to
make that place their future home.
L. A. Gordon, of Ottumwa, was a
visitor in town Thursday.
G. Bennlck, of Pella, was here Wed
nesday looking after his farm on the
Chariton road.
Ed Smith and family, who have
been residents of Oklahoma for a few
years, returned to Eddyville this week
to live.
A. L. Carson, R. M. Beamer and R.
B. Jager were in Bloomlleld Tuesday
on business.
Jasper G. Slpes returned to his
home in Oskaloosa Thursday after
spending a few days with his brother.
J. L. Slpes.
Miss Grace Emanuel returned Tues
day from a visit with her brother,
Jesse Emanuel, at Albla.
Mrs. Jesse Swan and son, Clarence,
visited In Ottumwa from Tuesday un
til Thursday. Mrs. Swan's mother,
Mrs. Emma Lhost, who is quite feeble,
came home with her.
Owing to the enow storm which
Vaged here all day Wednesday, the
rural mail carriers could not make
their deliveries Thursday, Most of the
trains on the Rock Island Thursday
were more or less behind time, and
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Ottumwa, la.
Pants
I 7 O
20 lots to choose from, lates styles
Men's Dress Pants, maae rrom the
highest grade Fancy, Plain or
Stripes, worth $5, $6 A
and $7, they go at O
Miscellaneous '.
Men's Soft and Stiff Hats, latest
styles, good value for $2.00 and
$2.50, sale Aft,
price .4.' ... VOv
Men's and Boys' Winter -t ft
Caps, at 1
Men's Heavy Working Shirts, regu
lar 35c grade, 1
sale price 1 DC
Men's Heavy Working Shirts,worth
69c, sale
price
Men's Sweaters, 69c grade,
sale price
33c
39c
214 EAST MAIN STREET,
O W A I O W A
*0
Men's fine all Wool Sweaters,worth
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
they all go at..
Men's heavy blue Denim Overalls,
with or without Aprons, worth from
50c to 65c, ft
only.. Oy I
Men's heavj Duck
proof, worth $1.75,
sale price
Men's Suspenders, worth 18c,
sale price a pair Qt
Men's fine Dress Suspenders, worth
50c, sale •.
price..
500 doz. Men's red and blue Hand
kerchiefs, worth 10c,
sale price
Men's White Handkerchiefs,
20c, sale price 10c
and '. V.v' .\
500 Men's Neckties, worth 75c and
$1.00, sale A A
price
Coats, water-
98c
19c
Hand-
.3c
worth
.5c
5c and
...- 44C
44c
18c
4c
iC
All our 25c and 35c Ties
sale price
All our Silver Brand Collars,
worth 15c, go at
Muffllers, 50c and 75c gradfQQ
go at OQ
Mufflers, $1.00 and $1.50 A ft
style, go at .. ftO
Men's all Wool Heavy Socks, worth
25c, sale 1
price, 16c and 1 I W
an agent that
bearaonr
the Iowa Central trains were badly
delayed by the storm.
Miss Bethel Padgett, of Bluff Creek,
returned this week from a three
weeks' visit with relatives near Oska
loosa, Lacey and Rose Hill.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
One who suffers from chronic consti
pation is in danger of many serious
ailments. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
cures chronic constipation as it aids
digestion and stimulates the liver and
bowels, restoring the nautral action of
these organs. Commence taking it to
day and you will feel better at onqe.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant
to take. Refuse substitutes. W. D.
Elliott, druggist.
IRISH BEND.
Irish Bend, Jan. 5.—P. L. Davis and
wife and daughter took Christmas
dinner with Mr. Davis' brother, Rev.
Davis, near White Elm.
W. Hayman made a business trip to
Keosauqua recently.
H. Peacock Is completing a fine
residence.
Mr. Stewart, of Douds, Is painting
for Mr. Peacock.
W. L. Polack and family spent Sun
day with friends near Birmingham.
James Kerr and daughter were vis
itors in Douds Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Duly were visiting
relatives near Selma recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roush visited
at Wm. Harryman's home In Chequest
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Worb Davis visited
at the Peter Davis home Sunday.
Miss Hattle Nicklin and Lawrence
Elsensohn were married Wednesday,
Dec. 27, at Otturnwa.
Mr. and Mrs George Lewis gave a
Christmas dim (to all their children.
A most enjoya) day was spent.
J. Hoops is'|||i vlng onto the M. B.
Strait farm. *vpig
John Downini jand wife, of Davis
Chew
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PRICES will reach the LOWEST
*LIMIT in this GIGANTIC SALE.
Clothing and Furnishing
•s Goods and Shoes
For MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN
3r
Vii
,75c
I HUB
214 East Main St., Ottumwa, Iowa
Gent's fine Wool Dress Socks,worth
35c, sale 1 Qr
price.. 1 Qt
Men's heavy Rockford Socks, worth
10c, sale
price jC
Gent's fine dress Cotton Socks,
worth 25c, this sale, ft
12c and O
Men's heavy fleeced Shirts and
Drawers, worth 69c,
sale price
Men's All Wool Camel's Hair Un
derwear, good value for ft
$1.50, sale price OVv
Men's heavy ribbed Underwear,
worth 39c, sale A,
a
Men's Shoes
R. P. Smith Shoes, worth ft A ft
$5, sale price 3*4-0
Dr. A. Reed Cushion Shoes, worth
$5.00, ^sale
price.'.
The All-America Shoes, Vici-Kid
and Patent Calf. $6.50 ftft
grade, sale price 0
R. P. Smith Shoes, $3.00 and $3.50
grade, sale A
price.. ... I
Universal Shoes, worth $2.00 and
$2.25, sale '-''I A A
price ^4
Men's Arctics, worth $1.50, ft
sale price $§ ...oyl
We want rellattls, aettfe mux In thlf locality aa oar agent to aell the well
Bed Tag 8tock" of naiaery grown tree* and plant*. As easy to tell a* Oorermnet
EatabUabcd 18KS. Inn Mittuau kulaew record of BC iwia
PHOENIX NURSERY STO
CASTOFi. /X ForlnfantsandChHdren. Bears the
The Kind You Have Always Bought SraTS
it/ 5
A. 'V J.....
.3.48
Car Fare
PAID ON ALL .PURCHASES OF $|
OR OVER AS PER OTTUMWA MERs
CHANT8'
MENT.
ASSOCIATION AGREE]
In petet »t noellenoa. AU ldnd» of ornamental treee, fr»
acem
Complete4ntat tre*.
PK0EH1X XtnUEBY CO., 1H4 Park St.,
IAQ
I t- -i
I
make the belt mopo|
weekly. The kJ
oat, thai lninrlnj.
standard. We wl
experiencei
7rjeHLBlooHlnfto*.
county, visited relatives 'here
week.
F. Plowman transacted bus)
here Tuesday.
Seth Roush recently returned
a visit with his brother In Nebr
"I
ALBIA.
Albla, Jan. 6.—Marriage 11.
were granted yesterday _to Char
Sinclair, of Sparta, Wisconsin
Mrs. Mary E. Foster, of Charltc
to Harry Blanerlch and
4
Jelem
both of Hilton.
The Des,Moines branch of
lington, Is' opened this morn!
first time since the last fall of
The Chautauqua board
morning In R. P. Spencer's offli
program for the session next
is fully arranged and the mem
all well chosen.
William Caldwell was swori
sheriff of Monroe county yeste
the session of the board of sup(
Wm. Kirby, of St. Louis, Is
at the home of his parent
Georgetown.
The A. O U. W. lodge held
Installation at their hall last
Deputy Grand Master J. E.
son, of Red Oak, was present
Master Workman Evans,
Moines, was delayed on the
the wreck at Van Scholach's
and was unable to be present'!
Mrs. Margaret Thompson, I
been seriously ill with pneun
In a very weak condition thl
ing.
Miss Monta Porter left this
for Glidden to begin her schoi
Rev. McCaughey, of Rusself
the pulpit at the First Pre'
church tomorrow.
There is no hiding from
poenas of the court of consci'
There Is no happiness in
world If there Is none in the
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