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S-4 IV fe, Kf', FA, ft* ?W t* f.i v» Hi? II Ift m. W Wx fe ll %X IF W} 1 t- I 1 is- i1 ite rfei C'fr-K •4§tr »DAY, November 8, 1906. iiaker ^iaiio Parlors Vote for the man of your choice and buy your Piano at our place. We will give you a good square deal and make the payments to suit you. We want your trade. Who's next? Come in and look. It will do you good. Always welcome. •, :-r-5 J. H. HARLAN, Manager. 11 liU $ Pianos That Wear. I Hofmann Block. Tri-Weekly Courier. CHANGING ADDRESSES. Subscribers wishing their address changed will please give the name of the Postofflce to which the paper has been sent, as well as the Postofflce •where they desire It to be changed to. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS From Wednesday's Dally. Sargent guarantees every Rexall pro duct. .Rexall Cough Cure. Sargent's. Mrs. Mary Scott, 117 North College street,^ls seriously ill at her home at present. Rexall Female Cure. Sargent's. Mrs. .Ira Mullen and son Ralph of 811 Ellis avenue, left last evening for Packwood for a two weeks' visit with friends. .Rexall Obesity Treatment. Sargent's. Mrs. Petri Veltch, 202 North Wi'd street, accompanied by her brother, Brownie, has returned from Joplin, Mo., where she has ben visiting her parents. ». Rexall kidney pills. Sargent's. Mr and Mrs. Lee Stlllman of Osage, who has been visiting. Mrs. Stillman's parents, Mr. and Mrs^. A. S. Palmer, ".'East Maple avenue, left last night for "Waterloo, for a short visit before re turning to their home in Osage. Rexall pure spices. Sargent's. A free lecture. Rev. William P. M& Kensie, C. S. B., of liambridge, Mass.. ture at'the First Church of Christ 'Scientist, Fourth and Market streets, Friday evening, Nov. 9. Hear him in i\' his free lecture. fc'r Money refunded if Vlnol fails. Sai* gent's. Miss Etta Seymore, 315 North Jet fersbn street, a student in the state university, sprained one of her knees while playing basket ball last week and is at present recuperating at her home :n the city. Money refunded if Hyomei fails. Sar gent's. Mrs F. Black, 1024 West Seconil street, left this morning for Eldon to visit lrietids and relatives. Warranted Flour, 95c Per Sack. Nineteen lbs. best granulated sugar, $1 25c pkgs, oatmeal, 20c best oil. 5 gallons 60c- extra good coffee. 7 lbs, $1 best ginger snaps, 4 lbs. 25c fresh meal, 2 sacks 25c new pack tomatoes S cans 25c fresh bread, 3 loaves, 10c best bottle bluing, 10c bottle for 5c Funk Bros. Cash Grocery, Mfcin and McLean. Both phones. Friday and Saturday Special. A set of French fire proof nest bowls given with a can of baking powder, "HOVJ Grand Union Tea Co Quail Wanted! During the open season we will pay the highest price for quail. Also want squirrel, rabbit, opossum, and "coons. Steller's Cash Market, 318 E. Main TTTP- TH5T *, PICKARD* refreshing Chocolate is in a Pickard •v Monogram Cup" I A HAND PAINTED CHINA The Standard for Quality the World Over These marks on pieces of china are ligns of artistic and original designine, harmonious coloring, and, above all, serviceability. GIVE OS YOUR ORDER FOR SPECIAL PIECES MONOGRAM SETS ARE THE DELIGHT OF OUR PATRONS Ask for illustrated booklets J. W. NEASHAM Leading Jeweler, Main Sjtreet. JDDCES ARE REPUBLICAN INCOMPLETE RETURNS INDICATE ELECTION OF ALL THE TICKET IN THE SECOND DISTRICT PLURALITY NOT LARGE Only Davis and Wapello Counties Have Given Pluralities for the Democratic Candidates—No Figures From Van Buren Obtainable as Yet. Estimates on Judge. Rep. Dem. Davis 400 Appanoose 300 Lucas 400 Jefferson 400 Monroe 400 Wapello 500 Van Buren (Figures not obtainable.) Appanoose County Republican. Centerville, Nov. 7.—(Special.)— with a little less thaA half the pre cincts of Appanoose county reported, it is possible to make the following es timate of the vote on judge: Vermilion, 3,000 Roberts, 2,800 Eichelberger, 2,700 Anderson 2,500. Jaques, 2,100 Clarkson, 2,250 Scar borough, 2,100 Valentine, 2,300. This will, it is thought, give the republican candidates for Judge pluralities vary ing from 250 to 750. Monroe County Strong. Albia, Nov. 7.—(Special.)—Daniel Anderson, republican candidate for judge and a resideht of this city, has! emerged from the hard'fight for the' judgeship against John T. Clarkson,' also of Albia, with an estimated plu rality of about S00 over Clarkson, who is the high man on the republican judicial ticket In Monroe county. Judge Roberts and Judge Eichelber ger will have pluralities of about 400 each and Judge Vermilion has about 500 to spare in the county. The republicans have elected all the candidates on the county ticket with the possible exception of county at torney, A. C.„Perry. According to reports received by the Courier this afternoon, the latest figures obtainable Indicate the election of the entire republican judicial ticket in the second district by pluralities ranging from 400 to 800. Conservative estimates give the republican total ^pluralities in the fotfr counties of the district as 1,500. Wapello may give a democratic plurality averaging 500, although this is making allowance for heavy democratic vote inside the city yan Buren, where the county ticket is divided, cannot be heard from at this timte with enough accuracy to warrant the making of an estimate, but oven if the democratic judicial candidates should be victorious they could not expect a plurality of more than 250 or, 300 which would give the republican candidates, on an average, about 300 votes to spare. Although D. M. Anderson, the new republican judicial candidate, defeated John T. Clarkson in Albia and Monroe county yesterday by about 300, it is not at all beyond the range of possibility that he may be beaten in the district, owing to the. popularity of John T. Carkson and Captain W. H. C. Jaques. It Is thought, however, that his losses will be minimized by the division of the gain between Jaques and Clarkson. .Davis Vote About Normal. BloDmfleld, Nov. 7.—(Special).—The vote on judge In Davis county is about normal, and the democratic ticket will have aplurallty of about 350. The exact figures are as yet unobtainable, and will not be known until late this evening. However, there are enough precincts already reported to warrant the statement that the democratic plurality on judge will not exceed 400. Jefferson 400 Republican. Fairfield, Nov. 7.—(Special).—Half of the eighteen precincts in Jefferson county gave the candidates for judge Standard Quality and Bottom Prices the ends aimed at and secured by you when your purchases are made at The Fair, 118 E. Main St. HOSIERY Extra fine 75c Ladles' All Wool Hose, liere only 48c Splendid quality 50c Ladies' Wool Hose 39c 35c grade in Ladies' good weight Wool Hose 24c Ladies' 25c Wool Hose 19c 20c value in Ladies' Fleece Lined Hose, 2 pairs for 25c Superior quality in 35c Ladles' Fleeced Hose 24c Ladles' 12%c Fleeced Lined Hose. 10c Full size Ladies' 25c Fleeced Hose 15c Infants' Lambs Wool 35c fine Hose 24c 25c Infants' fine Wool Hose 19c 15c grade in Infants' Wool Hose.. 10c Long wearing 35c Boys' and Girls' Hose 24c Iron Clad Hose, 25c value, for boys and Girls 15c Regular 15c and 20c Boys and Girls' Hose, 2 pairs for 25c Children's Fleeced Hose, all sizes, 12%c grade 10c Men's Wool Socks, just the kinl you are looking for. The Fair 118 E. Main 20 dozen of Ladles' Kid Gloves, all sizes, white and colored, in black, worth ?1.00, Saturday, Flannel Shirts For a Man's Flannel Top Shirt, nicely made, worth $1.25. Muslin For Jndlan Head Muslin, unbleached, regular price, 10c. Buckskin Mitts For Men's Buckskin Mitts, heavy lined, sold every where for ?1.0Q. 79c Sweaters For a large assortment of Men's Sweaters, all sizes, worth 75c. Felt Slippers 69c For Ladies' Felt Top Slip pers, all sizes, worth 85c. Comforts 79c for a heavy bed com fort, assorted colors,worth $1.00 Blankets For 10-4 heavy» Gray 1 Blankets, worth elsewhere 75c. Melton 49c For 60 inch wide Melton Cloth, in blue, drab, green, brown and black, worth 75c. Suitings 93c For Gray Suitings in checks and plain, in 50 or 56 inch wide, worth $1.25. Waistings 33c For 27: inch Waistings, as sorted fabrics and pat terns, worth 50c. Panamas 79c For 54 inch Panama Suit ings, all wool In Black, Red or Blue, worth 98c. the following vote: Vermilion, 902 Roberts, 883 Eichelberger, 853 An derson, 851 Jaques, 591 Clarkson, 363 Scarborough. 363 Valentine, 337. This indicates that the entire county will give the republican judicial can didates an average plurality of about 400, with Vermilion in the lead. Lucas Safely Republican. Chariton, Nov. 7.—(Special.)—The count this afternoon in Lucas county indicates that the republican judicial ticket, with the exception of D. M. Anderson, will be re-elected by plu ralities of about 500 for each of the candidates. Mr. Anderson will fall some 100 or more behind, the other three candidates, and these votes are divided between Clarkson of Albia and jaques of Ottumwa, with the Albia man in the lead. OBITUARY. 11*-*-* Frank Wiley. From Wednesday's Dally. Frank Wiley, who passed away yes terday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at his home, three and one-half miles south DON'T THROW IT AWAY St. „JT' That Old Furniture can be made to look like new. We work lhe transformation. Let us show you that we know how. Our charges are very low and we guarantee satisfaction. Henry W. Suechting *Chlrd Street, Opposite Postofflce THE OTT UMW A. OOLIME^ 50 dozen Corsets, odds and ends, worth up to $1.00, Saturday, This coat bargain, the like of which you may not ex pect again, cut in the long 50 inch style, made of superior quality Broadcloth, lined the entire length with guaranteed satin, braid trimmed, velvet collar less neck. The entire coat is exquisitely tailored the price should be $15.00. This unusual offering entitles you to this garment for In Checked Coats we ofTer you an all wool, either coat shape collar or colorless, with the magnificent Bishop sleeve, half satin lined others show simi lar models of same material, only. not the correct full shape as ours are, for $20.00, Saturday .. About 25 styles of Plaid Coats for misses, or small women's sizes, every one 50 inches long, every one represents a different style of tailoring they are worth up to $15.00, Saturday, choice, $5.98 and Three new models made of the fashionable Ombree Plaid, pure wool material, all are real dark, yoke sleeve, satin lined, eastern cloak houses ft get $25.00, special, Saturday I 4-. About thirty styles of fancy mixed Mannish mater ials, wtih or without collar, all trimmed with con trasting shades of plain material, A only 4-. VO of the city, was a highly respected and well known young man. He was born in Wapello county and has re sided here during his entire lifetime. At the time of his death Mr. Wiley was almost 32 years of age. His death occurred after a lingering illness. Mr. Wiley is survived by his mother, Mrs. Lydia A. Wiley, three brothers, Harvey, V. L. and Bert Wiley, and a sister, Miss Fannie A. Wiley, all of whom reside at the family residence south of the city, except Bert, Wiley, who lives southeast of the city. The funeral services will be held to morrow morning at 11 o'clock at the family residence. The services will be conducted by Rev. Isaac Cookman, pastor of the Second Congregational church. Pickwick lodge, I. O. O. F., will have charge of the services. Be sides being a member of* the Odd Fel lows, Mr. Wiley was also a member of the Agency camp of the M. W. A. RICHLAND. Richland, Nov. 7.—A little ch*ld of Frank McConnell, living north of town was buried yesterday. J. H. Hoogenakker, Henry Burns and William Callister were Oskaloosa visitors Monday evening. Mrs. John Peirce, who has been an invalid for a couple of years, died yes terday morning of paralysis. Funeral services at the Friends church today. Interment in the Friends cemetery. Thomas Brooks Fletcher lectured last night in the Methodist Episcopal church. This was the second number of the lecture course. Burton J. Black of Springfield, Mo., who arrived here from Fairfield a few days ago, died at the home of D. El well yesterday. For many years he has been a sufferer from some strange disease not exactly determined on by the physicians. For five years he made his home with Dr. Elwell's family and waa treated by the doctor. After his PEWLI. Uvf-ffT Y*KJG -Jk. 'J'M* The Store that Saves You Corner Court and Main Streets Money. 7 14 years 10.75 8.39 Saturday S E I A Anticipating a great Rubber Business this,fall, we have put in the largest stock of Rubber Goods we have ever handled be fore. These goods were bought before the advance in prices and we can only state that before buying anything in the Rubber Shoe line it will be to your interest to Get Our PRICES. ASK FOR YOUR COUPONS death they decided to hold an autopsy, which revealed the fact that a large tu mor, weighing 38 pounds, was growing in his chest and has pushed his heart over to the right side of his body. The lungs and esophagus have all grown together and caused his death. He leaves three children, two of whom live In Fairfield and one son in St. Louis, where he had been the past year. His remains will be taken to Springfield, Mo., for interment beside his wife. DARBYVILLE Darbyville, Nov. 7.—The new shaft of the Rosebrook coal company is go ing down rapidly being worked by three shifts every twenty-four hours. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Alien of Center ville were visitors at the home of Jas. Keith Sunday. Henry Oehler of Moravia was a Darbyville visitor Saturday and Sun day. R. D. Livingstone and William Hodge were business visitors here Friday. Chas.. McKern and family of Ray were Sunday visitors at the home of J. W. Espy. M. G. Smith and family and John Gladfelder and wife were visiting re latives here Sunday. Peter Simons and wife of Rath bone visited Sunday with their son George and family. J. J. Hutton of Ray loaded a car of property here Friday. The Unity block coal company were surveying out a plat of their mine hero Sunday. Harlan Donson and Miss Minnie Henry were married at the home of the bride's father Wm. Henry, Sunday. They will reside in Centerville. The wedding preceded by a lot of fuss is likely to be followed in that order. SATURDAY COAT SALE VALUE CI VING Every Bargain that is or has been advertised before in other columns must now sidetrack and give room to the Most Tremen dous Features detailed below. Matchless in Designing, wholly trustworthy in Tailoring, These Garments combine everything that Stylish Women require their New Winter Coats with much not usually obtain able elsewhere, without a con siderable raise in price. This day is set aside for Children's Day no school, but our second floor invites all mothers and their daughters to inspect the beautiful new things in winter coats. A big assortment of plain blue, green or brown or red Meltonette School Coats, neatly trimmed, in sizes from 6 to Some exclusive novelties, only one of a sizes of 12 and 14 years, squirrel lined, -J A/\ with river mink collars, only 1 0*vU In Skirt Department again an enormous assortment of Black Panamas, pure wool, with deep plaits, edged with tailor straps, value $5.00, Ofi Saturday special O Shadow Plaid Skirts in either dark or light, some velvet trimmed, others knife plaits ft AQ only, Saturday special Petticoats at A figure never looked for by any wo man. Mercerized Black Sateen, deep dust ruffle, accordian plaited, extra wide sweep, only Silk Petticoats of rustling taffeta, any color and all sizes, special price for 20 dozen of Men's and Boys' heavy winter Caps, assorted styles, worth up to 50c, Satur day, 8HERIFF SAVES SELF. All Othei* Johnson County Officials Are Democratic. Iowa City, Nov. 7.—Complete re turns of Johnson county give Cum mins 2,135, Porter 3,381. Porter's ma jority Is 1,246 Dawspn 2,639, Ball 2,955 Ball's majority 316. The entire democratic ticket was elected, except Rowland, sheriff, who defeated Red dick, editor of the Clarion. Reddick was endorsed by union la bor. Judge Byington has about 600 majority. This may be overcome In the judicial district by Major Howell's republican majority in Iowa county. GET WAGES RAISED. Pennsylvania System Orders Ten Per Cent Advance. Philadelphia, Nov. 7.—The board of directors of the Pennsylvania railroad company today ordered an advance o£ 10 per cent In wage to all employes re ceiving less than two hundred dollars a month effective December 1. The directors gave the cost of living and present prosperity of the country as a reason for the advance. A similar action will be taken by all companies in-the Pennsylcania system east and west of Pittsburg. About 125,000 are affected by the advance. Van Buren County. Keosauqua, Nov. 7.—F. H. Baugh man, democrat, was elected for repre sentative in Van Buren county. The democrats also elected Elmer Meek treasurer, and James Leffler, member of board of supervisors. The sheriff is in doubt. Sarles Is Defeated. |. Fargo, N. D., Nov. 7.—It now seems certetfn Sarles, republican, for gover- case of Men's heavy fleeced Underwear, reg- ular price 50c, day Satur Black Silks 79c For Black Taffeta Silk, 27 Inches wide,.worth $1.00 Towels For large size Huck Tow els, with red border, worth 12%c Sheets For heavy unbleached Sheets, always sold at 50c Pillow Slips For bleached Pillow Slips, heavy quality, .worth 12%c Bed Spreads For 11-4 Cut Corner fringed bleached Bed Spreads, worth $2.00 •,*- Crash Table Damask 79c Umbrellas 39c 79c 2.98 Is For a heavy 18-inch un bleached Stevens Crash, worth, 10c. For 72 inch bleached Ta ble Damask, positively worth one dollar. 95c /i Plaid Silks 4$ For a beautiful assort ment of 20x27 inch Plaid Silk Waistings, worth $1.25. •"f Silk Shawls 98c Union Suits 24c •SM For a Ladies' 26 Umbrella, natural handle, worth 50c. inch wood For Ladles' Silk Fasclnat ors in black or white, worth $1.25. V,trX'gi For Misses' heavy fleeced Union Suits, worth 35c. v-1/4 You CONSULT A WHO HAD A DENTIST QUICKER, SAFER, BETTER AND AB SOLUTELY 5 RAINLESS METHOD OF- FILLING, CROWNING AND EX TRACTING TEETH? IF SO, SEE THE ... nor, has been defeated by Burke, de mocrat, by a small majority. Still In Doubt. Burlington, Nov. 7—(Special)—The outcome of the congressional contest is in doubt. Tracy has fifteen hundrsd~ majority In Des Moines county and! one thousand in Lee county. The low shoe is expected to knows when it is unbecoming to high life.