SATURDAY, March 16, 1907.
LI8T INCLUDE8 ONE OTTUMWAN
AND SEVERAL RfESIDENTS OF
The petit and' grand. Jurors that will
serve daring the April term of the fed
eral court at Davenport have been
chosen. The juror* Include E. B. Da
vis of this city, and a number of res
Idents of nearby towns.
complete list of
The following is
the men selected:
Glenn Anthony, Clinton.
John Abraham, Mt. Pleasant.
K. A. Baker, Chllltcothe,
C. A/Boals, Wlnfleld.
B. D. Y. Culbertson. Fairfield.
C. C. CummlngS, Fairfield
J. F. Coffin, Conesvllle.
B. F.- Cooper, Buxton.
J. A. Cunningham, Washington
N. L. Downey, Batavla.
Arthur DeWeln, Wapello.
Frank Hanrahan. Charlotte.
L.. M. Hasklns, Muscatine.
O. F. Harlan, Richland,
Henry Murray, Cairo. *,,
J. R. Maddux, Wapello,
Marlon Henshaw, Nichols.
William Reed, New Sharon.
Carl Stoeckel. Ft. Madison.
Joseph Stelner, Wheatland.
H. P. Thorne, Fairfield.
Oliver Taylor, Wellman
M. M. Wheeler, Wesbter v«°
Walter Wilson, Washington.
J. O. Waterhouse, Oakvllle.
T. B. Wilson, Beason
J. F. Abraham, Talleyrand.
B. P. Brannan, Slgourney.
Gabriel Bowman, Muscatine.
R. J. Bueter, Wapello.
Wilhelm Carden, Winfield.
William Carmichael, Webster.
Earl C°rbin, Washington.
S. E. Dwllbllss, West Chester.
Ralph Dougherty, Washington.
E. B. Davis, Ottumwa.
George W. Dodge, Montpelier.
W. H. Evans, Red Oak.
A. H. Floyd, West Liberty.
J. J. Gearty, Keokuk.
J. W. A. Goeldner, Harper.
F. P. Gllllland, Slgourney.f. „v
J. H. Hertsler, Falrport. ii
H. S. Howe, Muscatine.
J. D. Hlcklm, Wapello.
Orrio Helwlck, Washington.
T. J. Hudson, Lyons.
1* M. Hall, Lost Nation.
B. C. Hewitt, Delta.
Andrew Jackson, Almont.
H. S. Johnston, Medlapolls.
A. B. Jessup, Wayland.
George Hessecker, Mt. Pleasant.
E. F. Larson, Oskaloosa.
Emil Lohmann, Wheatland.
J. C. Miller, Mt. Pleasant.
B. F. Mattlson, Clinton.
Charles H. Needham, Washington,
Ray Pollock, Martlnsburg.
Chas. Purvis, West Liberty.
Chas. Roeh, feeds.
A. L. Richardson Slgourney.
W. W. Scott, Calamus.
Jacob Schmlter, Grand Mound.
Robert Sarvis, Rose Hill.
Frank Sellers Columbus Junction
W. A. Springer, Des Moines.
James D. Utley, Keokuk.
Arthur Wilcox, Wahslngton.
John.L. Ward, Keokuk.
Charles D. White Slgourney.
John A. White, Keokuk.
H. C, Yates, Thomburg.
CTurhlvhed by 3ohn Morrnli 0%
Ltd., at 11 a. m., March 15.)
Hogs, over 120 lbs 6.50
Hogs, [email protected] lbs... 6.60
Hogs, over 240 lbs 6.60
Sows [email protected]
Stags [email protected]
f!ho c» fait cows, per ewt. ,2.60®S.0I
Good to chotoe fat nelfera.
per «wt .5008.11
Lambs ...... ...'6.2506.50
Fat r.hecp, per cwt. 4.0005.0J
Choir* veal canres. [email protected]
lbs 8.00 0 4.59
The Yorkshire Creamery company
quotes butter fat today as follows:
No. 1, per lb 29
No. 2 per pound 27
Hens .............. 8%
Youhg spring chickens .....
Cock* ... S%
Stags ...... 05
Ducks, ful feathered 6
Cftiineas. each ...... II
Grain and Hay—Street Prlpea.
Corn, per bushel 0
Wheat 65 @70
Kay [email protected]
Cats straw [email protected]
Tlmcthy seed, per bushel ...1.2B®1.R«
Clover seed per bushel [email protected]
Du*ter 'and Eggs.
Bntter, paokers pay ....
Biggs, packers pay ...... Ji
Hid«i, Woot and Tallow.^
Bides, cured, No. 1,,.
Cared, No. 8
Green, No. 1
Green, No. S
Wool, tub washed
e»-*wax. No. 1
TallOw. No, 1
Tallow, No. 3
Ducks, dressed ............
Fl«s«r and Feed.
Four, per sack 81.0001.40
fejrn meal. 10-lb sack 12%®15
Orahom flour, per sac!: ....
Com Chops, per cwt.
Shorts, per cwt
Oat chops, per cwt ..:
Bran, per cwt
Ear corn, per bush si
Sh lled corn, per bushel ...
Wheat, per bushel
Hay, per cwt.. new
Straw, per cwt ............
Oflm*ai fitr hundred......
Oats, per bushel
Chicken feed (ground) SO lb
^Oyster shell, per. cwt.
Clam shells, per c\?t
Spring chickens, dressed, lb
Old hens, dressed, lb
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Country butter, per lb 2R0271S
Sep. Creamery. Butter ..... 35037%
Gathered cream 80
Oysters, quart .. 40
Oysters, select 19
Tltis market is furnished by the Cas«
sidy Commission Co. Local office
rooms 29 and 10. Hofmann Block. Tel«
•phone, .983, B. E. Voigt, manager.
Wheat—Opened, High, Low. Closed.
May 77% .77% .75% .75%
July 78% J78% .77% .77%
Sept. ... 78% .78% .78:- .78-
The Old Standard DeLaval Cream Separator gets all the cream
all tire time and I know of nothing that I would rather recommend to
the man who has milk than a good cream separator. When in Ottum
wa just step into my store and ask to be shown the insiae of a Baby
No. 1 DeLaval. Repairs furnished for nearly all makes of Separators.
Hand Separator Oil for all machines.
BOTH PHONES 664.p
No«. 209-211 West Main 8treet,
Cheese, lb 17%®20
Eggs, per dozen 17%
Vjtjstabtes, Fruits, Eto.
Pineapples, each 85
Strawberries, quart box 20
Lemons, per dozen 2$
Oranges, per dozen 20 @50
Bananas, per dozen
Tangerines, dozen 25
Apples, per peck [email protected]
Grape fruit, 3 and 4 for ...* 25
Washed Figs, lb
Fig", lb 10.15.29
Washed flgs, basket fvM'-, tl
Black walnuts, peck
Missouri hickory nuts, peck*1 £3* 50
at 1 0 S S
Mince Meat, lb ...10, [email protected]«
Malaga grapes, lb .. 25
Dry Onions, peck „s 85
Pulled flgs, lb 50
Large layer raisins, lb "h 80
Water cress, bunch £$ I
New potatoes, lb 10
Colorado potatoes, bu
Potatoes, per bushel
Cranberries, quart 6%@15
Cucumbers, each 20
Spanish onions, lb 7%
New white onions, lb 7%
Cocoanvts .... SQlf
New cabbage, lb 5
Shipped cabbage, lb OS
Head lettuce 10 @15
New bunch beets 5
Hom«irrown carrots, peok... 15
Homegrown turnips, peck.. 25
Pie plant, per lb 17%
Cauliflower, each 20©35
New green beans, lb 20
Now asparagus, bunch 20
Rutabaga turnips, lb 'Jf 1
Sweet potatoes, peck SI
Tomatoes, lb 13
Parsley, bunch 05
Beets, peck 25
Parsnips, peck SI
Red r-cadlslv bunch 19
Spinach, lb 12%
Creen onions, S bunches... ll
•li ll'.aiu-, I'- I
46% .48% .44% .44%
46 ,46 .46%- .45%
46%. .49% .45% .45%
May .. 9.22
July .. 9.25
May .. 8.95
July .. 9.05
Wheat today, 17 estimated tomor
Corn today, 377 estimated tomor
Oats today, 193 estimated tomor
Duluth today. 111 last year, 38.
Minneapolis today, 364 last year,
Opening—Wheat, unchanged corn,
Closing—Wheat, %c to %c lower
corn, %c lower.
Receipts, 16,000 left over. 6,125.
MARKETS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
Chicaqo Live Stock Market.
Chicago, March 15.—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 7,500 strong. Beeves, $5.40®
6.80 cows and heifers, $1.75® 5.25
stockers and feeders, $2.75® 5.00 Tex
ans, [email protected]
Hogs—Receipts. 18,000 strong to a
shade higher. Mixed butchers, $6.70®
6.95 rough heavy, $6.65®6.80 gpod
heavy, [email protected] light, [email protected]
bulk sales, [email protected]
Sheep—Receipts, 6,000 strong at
$3.90 @6.00 lambs, $4.90 8.00.r7.9
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, March 15.—Wheat—No. 2
red, 75% No.- 3 red, 73®75 No. 2
hard. 74%@76% No. 3 hard, 66%@75
May, opened, 77%@77% highest, 77%
lowest, 76% closing, 75% @76.
Corn—No. 3, 42% @43 No. 3 white,
44 No. 8 yellow, 42%@43% March*
43% May, opened, 46% @46% high
est, 46% lowest, 44% .closing, 44%
Oats—No. 2, 41% No. 3. 40%@41
No. 2 white. 42%@42% No. 3 white,
40% March, 39%! May, opened, 40%
@40% to [email protected]% highest, 41% low
est, 39% closing, [email protected]%.
Pork—May. $15.75 July, $15.92.
Lard—May, $9.07 Juy, $9.15.
Ribs—May, $8.80 July, $8 90
Rye—Cash. [email protected]'
JAS. H. SHEPHERD,
Flax, clover and timothy not quoted.
Chicago Butter and Egg Market.
Chicago, March 15.—Butter—Steady.
Creameries, [email protected] dairies, 20027.
Eggs—Steady at .16%.
Chicago Poultry Ma"rlet'.
Chicago, March 15.—Poultry—Firm.
Turkeys, 12 chickens, 1?% spring
New York Butte'r and Egg Market,
New York, Marc'.i J.5.—Butter—Ir
Eggs—Easy unchanged. Pg...
New York Poultry Market.
New York, March 15.—Poultry—
Alive, steady. Chickens, 11 fowls,
15 turkeys, 13. Dressel, firm. Tur
keys, [email protected]: fowls. 10014. Iltlltfll
PUBLIC 18 HEEDLESS.
Continues to Disregard Uncle Sam's
Ordara Governing Postal Cards,
•fhe public still continues to throw
good money away. Tn spite of tho1
fact that the new postal regulations
"New Shepherd's. Ranche."
have been given such wide spread pub
liclty, the people apparently pay little^,
or no heed to the new rulings of the
Postmaster Fred Wilson wishes to
call special attention to the following
clause of the new regulations: "Cards
bearing particles of glass, metal, mica,
sand, tinsel or any other similar sub
stances are unmallable, except when'
enclosed in' envelopes."
This class of card still keeps rolling
into the local post office from the en
thusiastic promoters of the fatal dis
ease, postalcarditis, and attention is
once more called to the fact that is is
useless to mail such cards unless en
closed as per tae above clause.*
Mrs. George D. Crego, of Spokane,
Washington, is a guest at the parental
M. F. Rlzer home.
E. M. Noble left yesterday even
ing on a business trip to South Da
Robert Thompson of Avery was a
business caller at Albia yesterday.
Harvey Tharpe of near Buxton was
in town on business Thursday.
Ed Palmer of near Agency transact
ed business here yesterday.
George Reel and George Miller,
druggists, went to Des Moines last
night on business.
Constable Joseph Lewis of Avery
was at Albia on legal business Thurs
Mrs. W. H. Kreger is gradually
growing stronger and Is now well on
the way to recovery.
W. T. Gardner and Stephen Stewart
of Bluff Creek township were business
callers in town yesterday.
The Penn College Glee club will give
a concert in the Presbyterian church
A St. Patrick's Social.
Bonaparte, March 15.—The Ladies
Aid society of the Presbyterian church
will give a St. Patrick's social at the
A. McDonald home on Saturday even
B. R. Proper of Des .Moines is visit
ing at the Worthy proper'home, north
Mrs. Jennie Brooks of Keosauqua
is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A.
—Mr. and Mrs. Went Wilson have
moved Into the Llnaweaver property
recently vacated by the Elmer Watts
William McCausland Is confined to
his home by an attack of the grip.
Mrs. D. T. Shreman and grand
children have returned to Chicago, af
ter a two months' visit with Mrs. Ed
i-inlth ond other relaiives.
John and William Clinert of Ot
tumwa have recently been guests at
the William Jones home.
Dr. R. N. Cregap and G. E. Fahr
were Keosauqua visitors yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haynes returned
yesterday from a visit in Chicago.
Louis Schmidt, who has been so
dangerously ill with pneumonia is re
ported slightly improved.
Miss Lucy Jackson is visiting rela
tives at Vernon.
Mrs. L. W. Warner and little son
returned to their .home in Des Moines
yesterday, after a visit with Mrs,
Warner's mother. Mrs. Emily Smith.
Lucas County Agriculturalists to
Chariton, March 15.—The Lucas
County Farmers' Institute will be held
March 20 and 21 in the court roofh.
Following Is the program that has
First Day. '••v-
10 a. m.—Miscellaneous business.
Election of officers.
1 p. m.—-"Object of the Farmers'. In
stitute and the Benefits Derived From
It," by Hon. Henry Wallace, editor of
10 a. m.—"Sheep Husbandry." John
V. Bonnett, A. N. Evans, Henry Diiic
"How Shall We Improve and Main
tain the Fertility of the Soil?" A. M.
James, A. McGee, J. I. Werts.
1 p. m.—"How to Secure an Oats
Crop," James Foxall, George Dillman
and Henry Zlmmers.
"Do Cattle Pay on the Farm at the
Present Time? If So, What Kind, Beef
or Dairy?" W. T. Taylor, Levi Willie,
C. W. Ramsey.
"How Best to Prepare and Cultivate
the Ground to Secure a Crop of Corn,"
Clark Huntly, John Rosa, J. A. Gol
"How to Secure the Best Service on
Rural Telephone Lines," Clark Burr,
Think Simmons is in Chicago.
Harry Simmons, the trusty at the
county jail, who was going a sixty
days' sentence, and whose time was
not out until about March 24, has'
been traced as far as Chicago.
"Whitey," as he is more familiarly
known, is the man who-Is supposed to
have secured $1,056 from a fellow pris
oner. August Johnson, who had been
put in on/a charge of vagrancy. John
son was a' hard-working old man and
saved his money, but preferred to beg
and walk rather than to pay as he
The officers report that the same
man was put In here- once before and
had about $700 with him at that time.
There were other prisoners In the Jail
at the same time, but Mr. Johnson
says it was Whitey who got the mon
ey, ja.nd as he has taken his departure,
he will have to shoulder the blame.
Jll'A'JfcOther Chariton News
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elliott were
given a surprise last evening by their
neighbors in honor of their twelfth
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lewis came up
from Ottumwa last evening for a few
days' visit with relatives.
Simon Press was expected h?m« last
Tfjfi OTTUMWA oouriek
Judge Vermilion Opens Court.
Albia, March 15.—Judge Ver
milion opened court here yes
terday and assessed fines of $300
each against thg following joint keep
ers at Buxton: John Wright, George
Hurst, George Brooks. Henry Lewis,
Love Kinney and John Baker. For the
most part it is expected the fines will
be paid. Court adjourned until Mon
day, when D. M. Anderson will finish
some cases in chancery.
One-half cent per word.
ESTRATED—ONE BROOD SOW AND
four pigs. All red. S. A. Beall, R.
F. D. No. 1, Agency, Iowa.
WANTED—AGENT J—GOOD ENER
getic young men with first class ref
erences. None but hustlers need
apply. Call 8 to 9 a. m. or 5 to 6 p.
m. 416 North Jefferson street. A.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED
girl for general housework
good wages references required.
Mrs. A. W. Lee, 109 College street.
WANTED A GOOD COOK AND
general housework girl. Good wages.
Address "O," care of Courier.
WANTED—GENTLEMAN OR LADY
to travel for mercantile house of
$250,000 capital. If desirable the
home may be used as headquarters.
Weekly salary of $1,092 per year and
expenses. Address J. A. Alexander,
125 Plymouth Place, Chicago, 111.
WANTED—STOCK TO PASTURE
on the old Joel Crambllt farm, one
mile north' of Munterville. C. Tway
FOR RENT—147 ACRE FARM, 1
mile west Kirkvllle Station. Cash in
part balance share of crop. Hinds
Bros., Ottumwa, Iowa.
LOOK STOCKMEN—PASTURE FOR
rent, 80 acres clover and blue grass
two flowing springs located 3%
miles northeast of Ottumwa also 45
acres tame and blue grass pasture,
abundance of water and shade, lo
cated 3% miles southwest of Bata
vla.. Call L. R. Cremer, Ottumwa.
New 'phone 1334-X.
FOR RENT—200 ACRES—CAN BE
reduced. Theoph Reed, Kirkvllle,
ROTH BROS. & BLAIR SELL REAL
RESTAURANT WITH UP-TO-DATE
fixtures, ice cream plant, fountain,
fancy, groceries. A money maker.
Also residence. Harry Harmon, Af
$12,000, $5,000 CASH, BALANCE TO
suit, takes one of the best and high
est improved 1240 acre farms In No
bles county, Minnesota. One mile
from pood town. For particulars
ask the owner. Address, Lock Box
37. Reading. Minn.
get into business or get out of business.
help or secure a situation. !.
Bjiy—to Sell—to Rent—to Trade.
Try the Courier Want Columns.
What's the Matter
with you? There is a time for everything. Every spring you will
need something. If it is a Buggy, Road Wagon, Driving Wagon, Sur
rey, Spring Wagon or any implements, here would be a good place
to come. You are invited.
IOWA BUGGY CO.,
218 South Market Street, Ottumwa.
GEO. W. DAVIDSON, Mgr.:
W. T. Wilson, Real Estate, 107 N. Court
120 acres 3 miles south of Ottumwa, Iowa, on the main road 9 room
house, barn 30x40, basement, other outbuildings, cistern, well and pond with
hydrant and tank. Orchard. Wagon Bcales. Price $55 an acre.
Other farms of different sizes and prices to sell or trade. City property
both improved or vacant, in prices to suit. See me and diet me konw what
yo.u want or have to sell or trade.
evening from Chicago, where he has
been receiving treatment for an in
Will Parr returned yesterday from a
business trip to Omaha.
Attorney W. W. Bui man of Waukon
has purohased the law business of W.
B. Barger and will continue the same
in Its present location.
Rev. J.. A. Hernburg of Boxholm will
preach' at the Swedish church this
Miss Marae Moore was called to
Oskaloosa Friday by the death of a
Rev.- F.: B. Palmer spent the day on
Thursday In Lucas.
ETHEL 8M1TH PA8SES AWAY.
Blackhawk, March 14.—Ethel, the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses
Smith of Unlonville, formerly of this
place, reparted this life Saturday. By
loving- hands the little form was ten
derly laid to rest Sunday in the Dunk
ard cemetery. The grief stricken par
ents have the sympathy of the com
munity in their sad bereavement.
Rev. Ed. Hastings filled his regular
appointment at this place Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Collins are the
proud parents of a daughter.
The annual school meeting was
held at Blackhawk Monday, March
10. Charles Brown and Miner Barnes
were elected directors.
Misses Nellie and Dora Robb visited
Sunday with relatives, returning to
their work Monday.
Walter Stufflebean and James Smith
were Blackhawk callers Sunday ev
Charles Brown visited Friday at the
Wade Good home near Bloomfield.
Willard Reynolds was a pleasant
caller at the William Ellison home
Cyrus Chatterton- is working for
Mr. Lucas of Bioomi.eld.
Miss Irma Adams spent Sunday at
the Lewis Adams home
FOR SALE—960 ACRES, SIX MILES
from Letcher, S. D., all level, well
improved artesian well must sell.
Price $80. Come and see it. M. Lof
tus, Mitchell, S- D,
FOR SALE—TWELVE HORSE POW
er Sisvens' engine, 82x52, Stevens'
separator, saw midd, wood saw, run
ning order muB.t be sold soon. Bar
gain. Reason for selling, poor
health $400. Four miles south of
Selma, Iowa. John M. Lee, address,
Douds-Leando, la., R.VF. D. No. 1.
FOR SALE—BARRED ROCKS AND
Black L&ngshan eggs, 75o and $1
per setting each. Furnishing eggs
for incubators a specialty. Geo. W
Miller, Lockridge, Iowa.
FOR SALE—MEAT MARKET AT
Brooklyn, Iowa doing $10,000 year
business. Good town. Good loca
tion. Good country. W. N. Karns,
FOR SALE—SHORT HORN BULLS—
Ten to sixteen months, and a few
bushels of Gold King seed corn. Wm.
James, Batavla, Iowa.
FOR SALE—PEDIGREED POLAND
China swine, male and female. Also
good dry oak posts. S. P. Hartman,
FOR SALE—YOUNG DRAFT STAL
llon 3 years old black, sired by
Fransvall, No. 23,199, dam, Keota Sa
doc, No. 8,463. I. E. Robertson, R. R.
3, Ottumwa, Iowa.
FOR SALE—ALL KINDS OF FANCY
Pigeons, fancy Homer Squabs for
table use. For price list address
Ottumwa Pigeon Co,, 'uhone 428.
FOR SALE—THOROUGHBRED Sil
ver Laced Wyandotte eggs 50c per
setting. Mrs. J. W. McCormlck,
Highland Center, Iowa.
FOR SALE—CHOICE EGGS FROM
extra big bone Black Langshang
none better $1 for 30 $3 per 100, until
April 1. Mrs. H. Osterfoss, R. F. D.
No. 1, Hedrlck, Iowa.
FOR SALE CHEAP—SPAN PONIES,
weight, 1,300 pounds 6 and 8 years
old. sound. Address W. Frazler, El
FOR SALE—FROM ONE ACRE TO
four hundred, adjoining Ottumwa on
the north. Low prices easy terms.
L. A. Andrew, at Citizens Savings
FOR SALE—TWO REGISTERED
Short Horn Scotch' Bulls serviceable
age sired by Oxford Duke (22,801)
a low down low bull. Could sell him
Price right If sold soon. T. H. Smith
Hedrlck Route No. 5.
to Unlonville Saturday by the death
of their grand daugnter, little Ethel
Mrs. "W. K. Robb is on the sick list
Hubert and Nellie Kinsinger attend
ed the Christian Science lecture in
Noah Smith and wife and Mrs. Sus
an Smith, visited Sunday at the E, W.
Miss Dessie Robb spent Sunday
with Miss Myrtle Garner.
Henry Kuntz was a recent visitor
at this place.
Hazel Dell, March 14.—Misses Re
gena McHugh and Delia Smith spent
a very pleasant day Thursday with
Miss Vera Davis.
Born, Sunday night, to Mr. and Mrs,
Erie, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lawson of Kan
sas City, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. A
AbrohamBon of Ottumwa were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Truitt a
few days last week.
Mrs. ti. Dexter was the guest of
Mrs. S. A. Sawyer last Wednesday.
Mrs. C. C. Baum and little daughters
Berniee and Ruth, spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mrs. W. Gift
Miss Be)le Redfern is visiting with
friends and relatives in Farson.
O. Albertson and family are moving
from South Ottumwa to the John
Shepherd farm to make their future
Miss Emma Abraham returned Sat
urday from an extended visit with rel
atlves in Now York.
BOX SOCIAL AT WILLIAMSBURG
Williamsburg, March 14—The base
ball team of the Williamsburg High
school gave a box social at the Citi-
John Smith and, wife were callsd zen's baqfc ftall, Friday evening. The
ROTH BROS. & BLAIR
Real Estate Co.
Office Over Western Union, Cor. 2nd and Market
One acre with 4 room house, cellar, cistern, barn, coal and feed shed
land lays level and well set to fruit^ Near city limits. Price $1,600
Farm of about 40 acres 2% miles from^etty limits. HousevOf 7 rooms,
bank barn 10 acres creek bottom. .Orchard of 40p trees. Well fenced and
cross fenced. Price $65.0l per acre. Immediate possession,
proceeds, which amounted -to about
$30, were for the benefit of the team.
An enjoyable program was rendered
and light refreshments were served
in addition to the boxios sold.
Mrs. John K. Bvans spent Tuesday
with her sister. Mrs. Dixon Jones, at
St. Luke's hospital in Cedar Rapids.
W. F. Williams returned yesterday
from Stanhope, la. where he has been
attending the sick bed of his father.
Progress club met Monday night
with Mr3. F.. W. Tomaeek. Topic—
Educational System of France." Ex
cellent papers were read by Miss Alma
Lortz on "Educational Progress in the
last Century," and by Mrs. Tomoaek on
"Church and State in Franca Since the
Peter Gallagher, John O'Donhell, and
Joe Menary attended the horse sale
in Parnell yesterday.
Mrs. Magie Schwartz left Thursday
evening, for her home in Emporium,
Penn. Her cousin, Mrs. J. H. Leasure
E. E. Montgomery went to North
English on business Tuesday.
The Ladies' Exchange held last Sat
urday by the "Ladles' Guild" of the
Presbyterian church resulted in the
clearing of over $15.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Leasure returned
yesterday morning from Garden City,
Kansas, where she has been spending
the past few weeks.
Mrs. F. C. Rock spent Saturday, Sun
day and Monday with friends in Cedar
SIGOURNEY, ROUTE SIX.
Slgourney, March 14.—Will Stroh
man and family njoveff to the Nlcholl
farm north of Sig?urney, Monday.
William Cox and D6an Bower droves
to Slgourney Wednesday^
J. E. Moorman of Slgourney hauled
corn front here last week.
Ike Farmer, formerly of. York, N
D,f visited at the J. ,W. Cox home
Thursday and ,Friday.
Warren Borers of Pleasant Gr6ve,
visited relatives here Friday,
Charles Klett, Charlefc Bell and Carl
Meyer, were county seat visitors Mon
Mrs. James Hemsley and son Rex
visited at Dan Devine's Thursday and
Mrs. Smart accompanied them to their
Mrs. Andy Smith,, who has been ser
iously 111 for the past week, is report
The Hapve^ Dljtamftt'fruit farml iUlf 43' aerefc, located 2% miles east of
court house 4.tootn house, new barA.l8x28f shed 14x28 3% acres raspber
ries, one acre blackberries, acres,' strawberrjes 300 apple trees. Just be
ginning to b^air 400 pSacfc tre«6 1 jacte of grapes. Mr. Dimmitt sold $900
worth of fruit oft this place last year. Price $4,300 with Immediate posses
152 Acres 16. miles from OttuniWA, -B 'mlles- from railroad, town.-'Abou\
120 acres creek bottom, with 140 rod? of tile. house* newvbarn well '"-1
fenced. Several-kcrei' good polo tlrtfter.... Owner'sick and very anxious to
sell. Might take some trifle, but wdjjijd h&tfe'to be prfi^ed^Hght ,$60 p#r acre.
I at os on
Carl Meyer delivered hogs In Slgour
Mifis Lena Kitzman of Keswick, .la
a guest at the Dan Devine home.
William Bell of Slgourney, visited
at his old home northwest of Slgour
ney over Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Moorman and daughters
Abbie and Tlshey, of Slgourney, visit
ed here Sunday with Charles Moor
man and family.
John .McCoy of Sigourney, visited
here the first of this week,
John O. Cox visited relatives near
Pleasant Grove, March 14.—Mrs.
Jackson Pederi and Miss Virgie Croft
spent Sunday, at the F, M. Brooks
Mrs. Nellie Downing and children
spent Sunday at the F. D. Hancock
Martin Smith was a business caller
in Ottumwa Saturday.
Misses Maggie and Ruthie Smith
spent a few days last week with their
uncle, J. B. Simmons.
Herb McVey was a' business caller
in Bloomfield Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald spent Sun
day at the H. K. McVey home.
William Hancock spent Sunday at
the Wesley Hancock home,
Mrs. George McVey is on the sick
Margaret Peden closed a very suc
cessful term of school at Pleasant
Grove Friday. March, 8. Quite a num
ber of patrons were present. The af
ternoon was spent in ciphering ai»l
The telephone meeting for the Great
Northern line on Friday was well at
tended. New officers were elected as
follows: President, Marlon Hancock
secretary,- Herb McVey treasurer, H.
J. R. Simmons spent Satruday at the
M. B. Smith home.
Little Floyd Downing, who has been
quite 111 the past week, Is much im
proved at this time.
W. F. Turner was a business caller
in Ottumwa Saturday."
Independent Party Names
Farmington, March 14.—The' Inde
pendent party met at the council room
Monday night for the purpose of nomi
nating two councilmen for municipal
election. Dr. N. P, ICnight nad C. S.
Ross received the majority of votes
and were declared the, nominees.
At the school electlon Monday three
tickets were In the field and the vote
resulted as follows:
M. L. Barger. 135 T. S. Roblson, 40
W. D. McCormlck, 37.
Miss Addle Siirirhons returned from
Oklahoma, Okla., Friday evening,
having been called home by the seri
ous illness of her mother. Mrs. Sd. Sim
Mrs. W. H. Gentner returned from
St. Louis on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beard of Bon
aparte visited over Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Bddy.
Miss Ethel Burrler returned from St,
Louis Friday evening.
Miss Edith Rabb departed Monday
morning for Broken Bow, Neb.
E- J- Folker and wife ot S»bitb&
209 South Court Street.
Onion sets all kinds of seedsfl
wholesale and retail.
Flour and white shorts cheap. Ot*'
tumwa Seed Co.
should always be Insured against low
It will save you worry and If ther*
should he afire you would he protect*
ed against loss.
If you are not insured, let me know
and I will see you about it.
W. D. ELLIOTT,?
Corner Second and Court 8tre«ts.
Over Bremhorst's Grocery.
JOHN F. WEBBER
General law practice In State
and Federal courts.
Special attention given to
examining and perfecting titles
to real estate.
FARM LOAN8 at Lowest
rata* on southern Iowa farms,
W. LOWENBERG A SON ARE TH«:
HU8TLING REAL ESTATE MSN.
Over Bremhorst's Grocery, Corner
Court end Second Sts.
They have Just listed Several more
farms and all kinds of city property
Do you want to build a home close to
the Box Car Loader foctory? They
have a lot with the foundation all
ready for the house cheap.
Several nice houses close to your'
work that you can buy, worth tho
money. They have just listed a nice
little home in a small town close to this
city, cheap a good place to raise chlU
dren and chickens. Don't forget to call
on them when you are looking for
home, whether it be on a farm or In
the city. It Is no trouble for them to
show you what they have for sale.
Notice Is hereby given, to all per«i
sons Interested, that on the 14th day of
March, A. D. 1907, the undersigne4
was appointed by the Clerk
trict Court of Wapello Courfty, lowa«
Administrator of the tijstate of PhoebO
A. McNulty, deceased, lata of faid
county. All persons indebted to saia
Estate will ipafce payment to the un
dersigned, and those having eltUm*
against the same will present them,
legally authenticated, to said Court
Dated March 14, 1907.
J. R, Moore,
Notice—Proof of Will.
State of Jowa, Wapello County," sf.»*
•To All Whom It May. Concern No
tice Is hereby given that an fastrument
in Writing purporting to be the last
will apd testament of Barney Muldoon,
deceased, was this day produced, open
ed and read, by the undersigned, ahJ
that rhf-Ve nxad' TiMsuJay, the 26th day
of March, 1907, aa the day for hearing
proof lh relation thereto.
Witness my official signature, with
the seal of said court hereto, affixed
this 26th day of February, 1907.
(Seal.) George Phillips,
'Clerk District Court
To the unknown claimants of tho
southwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of section thirty-one, township
seventy-one, range thirteen west In
Wapello County, Iowa:—
You are hereby notified that the petl.
tlon of the plaintiff, O. F. Fryer,
against you as unknown claimants (ln!
which also are included some khown
defendants, is now filed In the office
of the Clerk of the District Court of
Wapello County, Iowa, in which he
claims to be the owner in fee simple
of the above described real estate, and
in which he claims you have no interest
and prays therein for a decree agaln.it
you and each of you quieting his title
In and to said real estate as against
any claim by you and that you may bo
barred and forever stopped from mak
ing any claim In or to said real estate
adverse to him or his title.
Said cause will come on for hearing
at the March Term of said Court,
which begins at the court house in said
County on the 25th day of March, A. D.
1907, when and where you may appear
and be heard, if any defense you havo,
otherwise a decree will be rendered
against you as prayed. Srlf
McNett & McNett|.l
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Kansas, are the guests of relatives
and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haynes visiter
yestreday with Mr. Haynes' parentv.
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