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m-. 111 3'l le lit lb }t Irf THURSDAY, May 9, 1907. HTlTHj.m i' 9 Morris Williams 1 IOWA FARMS OTTUMWA PROPERTY AND HORSE SALES. -ALL S0RT8 OF EXCHANGES. PQNY SALE NEXT TIME. At oiir next sale, which Is. on Friday, May- 17, we have a consignment of A .L#«d of Shetland Ponies. This will t'tta .th4 special feature of the sale, and W.11V ijb doubt attract a great many visitor^ t0.fo.ur sale stables. These are '•^td -to /be a fine lot of Shetlands, and Plrties,. who have been wanting a nice S•re? ony -,6r team should not fall to be oh the 17th. It 1B expected that 'the-- herd will be on 'display at the ,tMkfnS.oth Thursday, May 16, and Inter* eSte$ parties should Inspect them, and #k out what they want. They will bA wild in the sale at about 2 p. m. Aljdther special feature of this next s41e,.is ji load of Stall Fed Draft Horsfes, consigned by Dan Caves of Fremopt. In view of the fact that these .'Special features will be widely advertised, I regard It an unusually «do« sale for you to have some horses UU4*4peci&lly the good sort.. I look for moijre buyer* than usual, MORRI8 WILLIAMS. Ottumwa, Iowa, «y:. 3«m. SejSt. C6rn JWy Sept set:. 44% 42% 36 ••44% |48% .86%- TOflt— Ma)r ..46.00 Mi'd *16aB M.i£... *.85 July ... 9.00 \v JllbtT- Liverpool Cable*. pfcefiing—Wheat, unchanged to ItsWw feorn, lower-, .y ... Cw»lng—wheat—% higher corn,% lower. Li- Hog Market. -•W'WW8' 24,000 left over, 2,347 tomorrow, 23,000, »h'»iiti#«n ii iii j. *S MARKETS JjPklSiMrket furnished by the Ci» Cwnmistion Go. Local office, II and SO. Hofmann Block. Tel* *e, Ml. &E. Volgt, manager. itr»-Open»irt. Hl*h. Low. Closed. 82% .82% .28% .82% 89 .86% .84% .84%B 8«H .86% .86% .86%B •8% .48% .48% .49% .49% ,50- '.49% 4** 1 ,49%B .49%B .49%B .44% .4®% .86% .44% .48B .86% X6.00 16.80 16.00 16.25 16 00 '16 25 8.85 9.00 May 8.75 ,July 8.85 8.85 .8.85 8.97 8 97S4? 8.75 8.90 8.75 75m, 8.86 *90^ Car Lots. wheat today, 28 estimated tomor row, 29. Cflhi today, 178: estimated tomor row, 188. pats today, 160 estimated tomor row1, .211. ". Northwest Receipts. Dtiluth today, 152 last year, 38. Minneapolis today, 252 last year, 149. Primaries, Receipts—Wheat today, 733,465 last yeair...169.040, Corn today, 599,250 last year, *70,0(10.^5: i" Shipments, Wheat today, 549,105 last I4i766, Corn today, 477,820 last 280,660. year, year, J\ .! Clearances.,^- .., L, %, Wheat—224.00C. j|JL jf, Corn—28,000. |k?$ tJitt C^hr--5,ff00. 'Wtftf1 LOCAL MARKETS. WHOLESALE PRICKS. i** (VHlmliilnd by John Morrell A Ok Ltd., at 11 a. m„ May 8.) ,T»e prices quoted on hogs are fot dellV«Hes at the packing house and do not ipply to stock shipped in. M, wo®210 lbs. 6.10 BAfp, otet 210 lbs 6.00 .rS B.4096.75 SUM 4.0005.00 .Choicefitt co^s, per cwt...2.50^3.00 Good to choice fat heifers, ,*er «#*. ...4.BOOS.II tAmb ...... ..ft.2595.BO rat fcneep. per cwt. 4.onmR.o* Gboice veal calves, email@example.com@4.00 10 fjwt .c.8.OO04.n The Tortahtre Creamery company quotas Diitter fat today a« follow*: No. 1," per lb 27 No. 9 per. lb. IB W+' .(Furnished by Swift & Co.) Hon* .v..... 8 YfiUrtg spring ohlckens, lb 14 0# Ducks, ftil feathered 0***' #m0. GvipeaA. each IB fcrjin and Hay—Street PrfoM,'' (FurnUbed by W. E. Jones & Co.) QMs. .......... fe-. 85@37 Ry« ........... 50 Corn, per bushel 45 |t£lMt ............ 65@70 |Ha#v.. O.OOOK.OB Cats'etrtl"tv 6.00®6.R0 Tjmotiisr seed, per bushel ...firstname.lastname@example.org Bu*tes* »nd Egps., (Furnished by John B. Dennis Co.) Butter, packers pay Bfiw .Inciters pay BSSS H)d«, Woo. inri Tallow, •..^(jj^uriylSHea "by Sllberman Bros.) BV0t% Cured, No. 1 Gii^O) No. 2 ..... JfWn, No. 1 Ort«h, NO. 2 WooL tUb washed ^'k 83035 Unwashed Wafii,' unwashed B^WWix, Wo. 1 .. Befc**ftx. No. 2 ... Tallow. No. '4\ft 24@25 ./it 20@22 6% --m DETAIL PRICES. •1"/: '-0 A Hwt1 sod Feed. (Furnished by Globe Tea Co.) F!%iuft per sack C6ttr meal, 10-lb sack -Orfftaw .flour, per sac!: CWn' cliopj, per ewt 8hWts., par cwt »...•• MS. Qhop8, per cwt BrtMl, per cwt Ea* -per bushel ...... Sheyea cfcrn, per bushel .... per bushel ........ Hay :per cwt,, new pir cirt OBrii^kt per hundred...... Q»M, buriiel C)ie^ef f*a 'ground) ib OyaWir s&»tt per cwt.. CIMa shells, per cwt.... poultry, UV# .ijptlnii, each \:r V-L .email@example.com 12% @15 81 1. 1. 1.3 1.1<p></p>.IB IB .25 .25 65 55 SI 71 41 l.M 41 II BO Derssed springs, lb 10 Old hens, Pressed, lb *. 17 Ducks, drc.-.L'ed, lb 17 Turkeys, lb II Qeese ...T 12% Butter, Eigs and Cheese. Country .utter, per lb.... 26017% Sep. creamery'butfer, lb ... IB Renovated 17% Gathered cream ............ W Cheese, lb 17%tiJ» Eggs, per do?en ... 17% Vsyetablee, Fruits, Hto. Pineapples, each 1B025 Strawberries, qt IB Liemons, per dozen ......... II Orangee, per dosen 20050 Bananas, j,er dozen 2O0IB A.pples, per peck 26060 Grape fruit, 8,and 4 for ... 25 leashed Figs. R) ........... II Figs, lb 10.16,11 Washed flgs, basket Dates, lb.. 10c. I lba. for..., 81 Honey, lb IB Dry onions, peck 50 Pulled flgs, lb II Large layer raisins, lb II Water cress, buncfi ....... I dew potatoes, 4 lbs. for.... IB Early Rose potatoes, bu..,. 1.00 Potato* a. per bushel 76 Cranberries, 3 qlarts for.... IB Cucumbers, 15c each or 2 for 25 Spanish onions, lb S New white onions, lb. 5 COcoanuts New cabbage, lb I Shipped cabbage, lb 04 Head lettuoe 10011 New bunch beets Homegrown carrots, peok... II Homegrown turnips, peck.. II Pie plant, 8 for 10 New green beans, lb ...... -M 10 Home grown asparagus I for IB Rutabaga turnips, lb Tomatoes, lb II Parsley, bunch II Beets, peek ...... IB Parsnlna, peok Red Radish' bunch II Spinach, lb 11% GreeA Onions, home grown....I for 8 Wax beatis, lb IB New peas, 2 lbs for 25 Frog legs, dozen 5 |B Mushrooms,, lb. V. 7b MARKETS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS GHcago Live Si ek M.irket. Chicago, May 8.—Cattle—Receipto, 18 000 steady to strong. Braves, 84.30 @6.40 cows and heifers, 81.8005.30 Blockers and feeders, $2.8005.00 L'rod to prime steers, $5.40^)6.^0. Hogs—Receipts. .25,000 steady Light, $firstname.lastname@example.org heavy, $6.1006.50 rough, $6.10^)6.25 good to choice heavy, $G.4C@6.50. Sheep—Receipts, 13,000 strong At $4.50® 6.i0 yearlings, $6.7507:66 lambs, $email@example.com. Chicago Butter and Egg Market. Chicago, May 8.—Butter—Steady— Creameries, 18025 dairies, 18@25. Eggs—Steady at 16. §!&$ Chicago Poultry Market. Chicago, May 8.—Poultry—Firm— Turkeys, 12 chickens, 13% spring chickens, 13%. Bolton. Bolton.—Foster. Kissinger spent Frlda.y in Pekay with his son, Adam Kissinger. The mines run four days last week. Walter Whittle spent Sunday in Ot tumwa and Rutledge with friends. He goes from that nelghborhod to visit his sifter, Mrs. Thomas McVeigh, at Rathbu'rn, before he returns home. Theodore Wall of Marshalltown was a business' 'oaller irt town on-Griday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hughes spent Suhday in Evans af teh William Reese home. Jack Prltchard secured work at Hits man this week and will move .his fam ily to Albla. until a house can be secur ed in Hlteman. Swan'Nelson of Des Moines was in town on' Saturday on business. W1 H. Holman of Perry spent Satur day In town on business. The Bolton miners are much Inter ested In the miners' home and will vote solid for It on May 11. W .W. White, vice president- of the U. M. W. of A., was in town on Wednesday on business concerning the union. HENRY WILLIAMS SICK. el Sigourney Man Striken By Paraiysia —Death of Miss Martin |f| Sigourney:— Henry L. Williams one of the aged and most highly re spected citizens of. this place was stricken with paralysis on last Sun day morning while attending -morning services at the M. E. church. Shortly before the time for disnjissal he felt sick and attempted to leave the room. He was seated near the door but was unable to walk that far, but was caught by the usher and helped to the back of the building. Others came to the help and he was taken to the Epworth League room in the back of the church and medical aid summoned. A little latter he was taken to hiB home in a carriage, and the last reports from his home are very discouraging as to his chances for recovery. Mr. Williams has had charge of the church for the past sev eral years, actuiR in the capacity of janitor. He 1's an old soldier and one of the good citizens of this place. His daughter, Mrs. Cora Stein, ,has been ill at their home for the past four months •Jvith typhoid fever, and is just now able to be around the hou/e. Miss Martin Dies Mrs. Esther Martin died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Silas White in the western part of the city, on last Friday morning at 10:35. at the age of G7 years, 4 months, and 18 days. She has been making her home with her daughter for the past several years but her death was a sr surprise to their many friends as but few knew she was ill. The funeral took place at the Christian church Monday, conducted by Rev. T. J. O'Connor of the Christian church and assisted by Rev. C. N. Pace of the M. E. church. Fred Liechty came in from Burling ton and spent a couple of days visiting relatives and friends the last week, and then left for Des Moines. After a short stay there he expects to re turn to the we3t again where he has been working at the carpenter trade for the past several seasons. Will Bertsch of Marshalltown, is visiting in the north part of the city at the home of his mother. He has been on the sick list for the past few weeks and upon being able to leave the hospital he came here. I. F. Pennington has a complete line of cement walks about his plea sant home on South Main street. James w. Lesan has returned from Des Moines where he went to enter a sanitarium for treatment. He reel? improved but will not attempt to resume his work for the present time Miss Elsie Schilling of Hedrlck T'T -I lii tfjt.i* 1'1'fi 'rr^iv 1 r"-*i i„..ii»iiiptf'ii.ffiipiriVi-r:v- came to the city Friday evening and spent Saturday with relatives and friends.' Thomas Klrkpatrtck went to the home of his parents In Hedrick Satur day evening and spent Sunday there. Clarence Moore has closed his school at Gibson and iS visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore,-Jn the South part of the city. James Quick is having some niore cement walks constructed about bis homelln the southern part of the c}ty. Marsh Herrick of Webster was a business caller and visitor in the city on Saturday. Dr. Margaret Sherlock of this,place and Dr. Chas. -Taylor of What Cheer performed an operation on Mre. C. N. Pace on last Friday forenoon. Othello Ray of Webster was a visi tor in the city on last Saturday. Ray Hoyt of Webster spent Friday and Saturday here visiting relatives and friends. Ed. Utterback of Lancaster spent Sunday in the city with relatives and friends. SIGOURNEY ROUTE SIX. Sigourney Route Six.—Mrs. Thursa Goldy and sons Harold and Howard, visited in Keswick last week. Pets and Henry Hanschild drove to Sigourney Tuesday. Land Agent Akerman of Sigourney, passed through here Wednesday. Cyrus Mitts of Manhattan visited here with J. W. Cox Wednesday. John Braman, wife and daughter, Bthel drove to Sigourney Wednesday. L. DeLong and Will Bowers of Sig ourney were In this vicinity last Wed nesday. Charles Moorman and family visited in Sigourney Thursday. Rus Royce and sons, Robert and Her bert were In Sigourney. Saturday. Misses Jessie and Carrie Lemons and Mike Lemons drove to Sigourney Saturday night. Mrs. W. H. Garret, who has been visiting near What Cheer, returned home last Tuesday. Carl Meyer, who has been sick 'the paBt few weeks, was taken to the Ot tumwa hospital for treatment. Mrs. John P. Hackert, who-has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Prell at Decatur, 111., returned home Mtonday evening. J. C. Hill and wife Charles Hill and wife- of Donus, Kansas, are visiting their sister, Mrs, Miles Atwood. Robert- Day visited relatives here over Sunday. ppggi-.vt -t— MYSTIC TEASHERS ELECTED School Board Name Instructors For Next Year. Mies Downing to Have Charge. Mystic:—Miss Ivah Downing, form erly a teacher her®, but who spent list year in .college has been elected one of the teachers for next year. Ihe following is a list of the teachers elected. One vacancy caused by the resignation of Miss Llnnie Corn to be filled yet. Principal—Prof. B. C. Reed. Teachers—Misses Mary Colgan, Mary Galagher, Fay Sullivan,. Clara Bverman, Ivah Downing, Lucy Fuller, Winnie rScott, Llnnie Knapfp and Mrs. Mary Wright. Other Myatc News. Several oases of meaales are report ed in this vlcinty. August Vennell and family have gone on an extended visit to their old home in Sweden. The monthly "coffee" of the M. Ladies Aid was given at the home of Mrs. Frank Rial Wednesday. Miss Edith Duflinger of Bloomfi^ld Visited with her friend Miss Jennie Slagle this week. A little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Lewellyn. Harry Cherry and MiSg Kate Cherry were married In Centerville Monday. Aaron Greenwell has moved his family to Ottumwa. Mrs. Edd. Crook of Williamsburg spent the first of the week with rela tives here. Mrs. Wm. Bennett of Br&men, Mo., is visiting with her sister Mrs. A.V. Baibee. Miss Jennie' Slagle was called lo Drakevllle Friday by the death of her grandfather, Henry Slagle of Ottum wa. MARTIN8BURG. Martlnsburg.—Dr. E. B. Quinn is vis Iting In Chicago this week. T. W. Ritter of Hedrick was in town Thursday. There was second degree work in the Masonic lodge Thursday evening, quite a number from Hedrick being In at tendance. G. Bales was at Hedrick Friday. Mrs. F. Hicks and Mrs. Robert Beas ley of Hedrick were in town last Thurs. day. Robert Beasey and Mr. Estel of Hed rick, were in town Friday, Miss Nellie Behm came home from her school Friday. Max 3. Glass of Lancaster visited over Sunday at the O. W. Glass Home. A. W. Glass has purchased a fine blooded roadster. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Glass and daugh ter, Miss Margery spent Sunday at the A. W, Glass home. Sidney Graves is very ill with pneu monia. Mrs. English of Fremont was In town Sunday visiting her son, Clyde, nybo is agent at the C., B. & Q. depot here. Born, Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ogden, a 'daughter. Mrs. Blan!he McCreery of Pekin, spent Sunday at the home of her fath er, W. B. Berridge. Prof. C. Mundt was in town last w0 BLAKESBURG. Bjlakesburg.—Dr. D. C. Broakman of Ottumwa, was In town this wee' on business. Dr. Colby returned today from Keokuk and ifrill remain here perman ently. Mrs. J. F. Dehftven has been quite ill this week wttli La Grippe. The Reading club spent a very pleasant and profitable meeting with Miss Grace Herron Friday evening. Mrs. Bessie Whistler returned to her home in Goldfleld Thursday even ing. Miss Sherrick of Libertyvllle who has been attending Mrs. WUmb Ah* THJS QTTTJ^IW A OOTTRIEB «"w'•^•'*sn&<mr^r |jg', ^k^^&l^feS£STc ing her Illness returned home Thurs day. Lester Jay drove to Ottumwa Thursday evening. Margaret Miller is visltln relatives in the county seat. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Porter and son Clel went to Des Moines Friday where they will make their future home. The ladies of the Ben Hur lodge were royally entertained at the home of Mrs. Ida Harlan Friday afturuoon. Mrs. Lee Long is on the sick list Miss Letha Cohagan is visiting rela tives in Foster. 8*lem Club to Elect Officers. Salem.—The Woman's club will meet May 9 for the annual election of offi cers, Mrs. Thurman Collins, who has been seriously 111, has been removed from New Lpndon to the home of her broth er-in-law In Jackson township, and Is reported much better. .Glayds Llghtner of Donnellson is visiting at the home of her grandmoth er, Mrs. Esther Joy. Miss Clara Belles is enjoying a visit with relatives at Fairfield. Granville. Almond is improving his home by the addition of'a cistern and concrete walk. Mrs. Lottie Maycock, an aged resi dent of Salem Is suffering from a broften hip caused by a fall a few days since. At the time of the accident she was a guest of relatives in Wiscon sin. She lg being cared for 'in a hospi tal at Milwaukee.' Samuel Donaldson's new residence on his farm three miles southwest of town, is completed. Miss Clara Plckard Is at home after visiting relatives at Hedrick. Members of the high school alumni met at the home of Prof. R. R. Rich mond Sunday of last week. Invited guests enjoyed a sumptuous dinner. The birthday anniversary, of W. W. Prottsman was celebrated at his home Sunday, of last week, Friends of Mr. Prottsman were delightfully entertaln ed. Mr. and Mrs. Antrim McDonald of Mt." Union spent several day's of last week with relatives at this place. Claude Hayes, after a year of suc cessful work as assistant principal In the Birmingham schools, has been chosen principal of the same, schools and will perform faithful- work for Birmingham the ensuing year. I. Garretson Sr. was at Mt. Hamill one day last week. Clyde Huxley, who for a number of years has been employed with the Hulakamp Shoe Co. at Keokuk, has moved his family to that city. Isaac Garretson Sr. Is improving his home, by a, nice and substantial addi tion to his residence. Sid Stanley and Perry Brown arrived from Fort Madison Saturday for a vis it at the parental home. Mrs. Stanley, has been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Brown,- the past two weeks. Mrs. Almeda Wroe of Earlam, arriv ed Thursday to spend a few weeks with relatives at this place. At a meeting of the school board on Thursday evening the following teach ers were elected for the. ensuing year: Miss Kate Matthews, assistant princi pal Miss Chatti Wlddlfleld, grammar Miss Mabel Wllmeth, second primary Miss A"nna.Cremer, first primary the principal to be chosen later. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hawkins and children of Hannibal, Mo., were guests Saturday at the J. W. Hawkins home. Mrs. D. S. Keller went to Burlington Friday to accompany Mr. Keller, who has been taking treatment of Dr. Ras ter, on his return home Saturday. Visit at the Alexander Home. Muritervllle.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aderson, Misses Cora Mohgerson, Lena Anderson, and Edwin Anderson spent Sunday afternoon at the Alexander Anderson, home. 'Mrs.' Charlotte Carlson and daugh ters, Misses Esther and Alice Carlson', and' Mr. Arthur, were Ottumwa call ers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kephart visited in Blakesbiiri Tuesday. Frank Gustafson was a business caller In Ottumwa Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hasselrooth and son, Glen, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Hasselrooth. Joshua. Anderson was In Ottumwa on business last week. Miss Alice Carlson Is visiting with relatives and friends In Ottumwa this week. AlfrM and Ernest Kephart, who have vsited witfi their sister, Mrs. Louis JVfajor, in Arkansas returned heme Tuesday. John' Lock was an Ottumwa caller Monday. Albln Allen of Agency spent Sun day "with his parents. JsfS Visit at Glassburner Home. Blackhawk.—Mr. and Mrs. David Glassburner of Bunch, were recent visitors at the parentla Glassburner home. Serviecs were conducted at Pleasant Hill Sundav night by Rev. Donahue. A large crowd was In attendance. Thomas Morrison was a caller at the Brown home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stufflebean of near Bunch, spent Saturday night an-i, Sunday at the parental Frank Bean home. Miss Alice Barnes called recently on Miss Jennie Rolf. Messrs. Harvey and Albert Elder and the Misses Gertrude and Maldle Ellis attended church at Pleasant Hill Sunday evening. MJss Ethel Ellison has been working for Mrs. J. D. Jones. William and Glenn Robb have "re turned from Huron, 8. D. The best tioW offered itt the World' for the ftiotfey:ls*'-VO'\%!L & First National Batik Building, Ottumwa, Iowa Russell Russell.-r-Wiliiam Larimer and wlfi visited Sunday with their son,- Harry Larimer, and wife, in Wayne county. -B»v. S. G. McGaughev of Chariton was In Russell calling oil old friends Monday. Mrs. Claude Gates of Melrose was in RuBsell between trains Monday. R. L. Adams and wife and Henry Miller and wife of Hlteman were :n Charlton Monday afternoon. Frank '.Larimer of Charlton was In Russell on business Monday. Mrs. T. Shields of Dudley arrived on No., 9 Monday for q. visit with the fan)lly of her soi), G. A. Shields. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keller were shopping In Charlton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myrlck and Son returned to their home at Mapleton, Kansas, Tuesday, after a few days' visit with Mrs. Myrick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stacy, and sister, Mrs. Dell Campbell. Lauta Tocum returned to her home at Charlton on No. 8 Tuesday, after an over Sunday visit Vlth her friend, Mrs. Lena Blanehard. The relief corps met with Mrs. N. W. Kendall laat Friday. George Bwald of Pratt, Kansas, ar rived Sunday for a visit with hie par ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Ewald. James Garrison and family of Be linda visited Sunday at the James Ir ons home. Or. F. C. Stote left Monday night on No. 2 for Cedar Rapids to attend a dental convention. Walter Gookin of Charlton was in Russell on business Tuesday. Mae Jenkins was a passenger for Chariton Tuesday, James Kennedy left on No. 3 for La monl on business connected with his farm. Mr. Cooke, the foreman of the-Mel' rose Big 4, was In RuSseil Monday. Mrs. Charity Powers arrived Tues day on NOi 4 for a visit at the G. A. Shields home. Mrs. E. A. Young left on No. 4 on Wednesday for an extended visit at Connant, Ohio, Itfj IS 8TILL AT HOME. _____ Seymour Banker Too Sio kto be Taken to Jail. Seymoiir.—Sheriff E. Merrick of Corydon arrived Saturday and relieved Deputy Sheriff Giilnn, who had been keeping guafa over Leroy Ware. Ware's condition Monday showed marked improvement and friends were 6ut trying to secure bondsmen for him, but on learning that he would be arrested pn another charge as soon as he gav« bond and so on, they gave it up and no attempt will be made to secure bond. Prosecuting Attorney Carter was here Monday and on Tues day sent Dr. McCoy •ot Corydon to ex amine into Ward's condition, as to whether he was able to be moved to Jail. McCoy decided that he could not be moved. Tuesday morning Receiver Fry ordered notices printed calling for all claims against the bank to be pre sented within four months, after which time a definite statement will be made as to the amount of shortage. Mrs J. C. Varney was called to Trenton Thursday night by the slck nss of her daughter, Mrs. T. N. O'Ne/1. Gertie Tennant came in from Ot tumwa Saturday for a visit with rela tives here. Claude Benson of Newtown, "Mo., visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Benson, over Sunday. Dr. O. A. Covers' harness, lap robe and buggy whlp'-were stolen from his barn Thursday night. "Dr. C. W. Banning made a profes sional Visit to Sewal Monday. Df. and Mrs. Hall of Piano were Eoymour visitors Monday. Mrs. Ed Noel of Jerome visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parker MonOay. Tho "white sale" given by the ladles of the i'renbyterlan church at the 11 J-.rary room Saturday, afternoon and pvening was quite, satisfactory, the re ceipts being in the neighborhood of S45. l4. A. HAMILTON DIE8 •ivy Bonaparte Man Viotim of Pneumonia —Other Bonaparte News. Bonaparte.—H. A. Hamlin, aged 67 years, died Monday evenirfg after a short illness of pneumonia. He was a member of the G. A. R. post here. The funeral services will be held from his late home Wednesday afternoon and Interment will be, made In the Bonaparte cemetery. A meeting of the business men was held Monday evening and a committee was appointed to solicit funds for a carnival to be held here some time in the tt.ll. A social dance was given at the opera house last night in honor of El mar Smith, who will soon leave for Qulncy, 111. Mrs. Elmer Ware and children left yesterday for a visit in Boyd, Okla homa, with Mrs. Ware's parents, "Mr. and Mrs. A. Hill. Mrs. Joseph Price of Keosauqua has been the recent guest of Miss Florence Cresap. Dr. Charles Perclval went to Cedar Rapids yesterday to attend the state convention of dentists that is beld there this week. Mrs. Emma Robinson returned home yesterday^ after spending the winter with relatives In Haselton, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Macklin were Farmington visitors Monday. A. A. Smith hSB returned from Keo kuk- Coek Fight Near Albla. Albla, May 8.—At a cocking main at Hilton, live miles south of Albla yesterday, Rdfse Hill and Williams burg chickens won in five straight kills. The rn^in was attended by SOO people and bets to the amount of $1,000 changed hands. There were present parties from all parts of the state who are followers of the fowls. WANTED. WANTED—EXPERIENCED FARM and dairy hand. Phone 113-W. Kel Sey. Bros., Route No. 5.' WANTED CLEAN MACHINE sorap Iron highest cash price paid. FOR SALE—1 FRESIJ COW, 1 BITG KY 1 set single harness, 1 feed grind, er, 1 corn planter. In good condition. S. L. Murray, EHdon, Iowa, EGGS FOR HATCHING, SINGLE Comb Buff Orpington, Single Comb White Leghorn and White Wyan qpttes, J6.00 per 100, Free chick feed. TO Circulate Ottumwa Iron Works, -Ottumwa, Iowa, WANTED -T- SINGLE OR MARRIED man to work on farm. Hamilton Wilson Route E, Oity. POR8ALE. ROTH BROS- A BLAIR SELL REAL estate. EGGS FOR PROFIT AND THE Brown Leghorns are the egg ma chines BOc setting and will All In cubator orders. 107 North Willard street. W. N. Rockwell. Circulars. Stony Brook Poultry Farm,_Pleasant Valley, Iowa GRADUATE* AT LIBERTYVIULE. Excellent Program I* Rendered at the 3 Methodist Episoopal Churth. Libertyvllle.—The senior class of the Libertyvllle school held graduation exercises in the Methodist 'Episcopal ohurch Friday, evening. The church was crowded. The following is the program rendered:' .. -.. ,* Part One. Invocation—rRev. McNeal, .: Music—Ladles1 duet.'' Original scene, "The. Spirits of the ... Fathers"-—Class Music—Male'quartet. '•Part Two. 0 I9O7. Class congress, president of class presiding. N Class history 1—'Everett Frye. Advice to junior's—Maude Warren. Advice to school board—Fidgar«Lln der. Class propheoy—Edna Pollock. President's address—Era Shores. Music—Male quartet. Presentation of diplomas—Dr. S. !C Davis, president. Benediction—Rev. Hanklns. v. Characters in 8oene. Father of Philosophy (Thales)— Edna Pollock. Father of History (Herodotus)—Ed gar Llnder. Father of Mathematics (Euclid)— Era Shores. Father Of Latin Literature (Virgil)— Everett Frye. Father of English Poetry (Chaucer) —Maude Warren. Father Time—Hlrtm Crawford. Fairy—Cleo Peebler. Male quartet—Dr. R. B. Stevenson, Frank Fell, Albert Coleman Manford Clark. Class motto "From School Life In to Life's School," Other Ubertyvitie New*. Sunday evening at fl o'clock at the home of the bride in Libertyvllle 'the marriage of Miss Flora Wolf and Floyd Crawford was solemnized. Only a few of the niost intimate friends of the con tracting parties Were present at the ceremony. The bridal couple went to Bonaparte yesterday morning for a short stay, after which they will be at home to their many Wends In Liberty vllle. Both Mr, Crawford and his bride are well known, and highly respected young people- of Liberty vllle. Mrs. Roy Loehr of Fairfield spent several days .this week at the C. Vaught home. Mrs. Davenport and eon and Miss Anderson left Monday evening on the Rock Island for San Francisco, Cal., to spend the summer. Mrs. Clara Watkins and niece, Miss Ruth Pollock, left this week for. an ex tended visit through t&e west. They expect to be-gone a year or so. Mr. and Mrs. C. Vaught entertained the M. M. M. club at .a bard time par ty at their home in Libertyvllle Wed nesday evening. Refreshments were served and all present report a good time. a I he \WanfJ// quickest possible manner among ihe great" est number q( people^ you^mast use Courier Want Ads\ because there is no other Want Ad medium, just as good, Courier Want Ads are the best. Trn ihfim One Half Cent per word mem. Minimum 15 Cenf« •.. Eldon. Eldon.—Dr. Savage was out of. the city over Sunday. A Mrs, I. P. Smith is quite sick. The Eldon Dramatic company ren dered the "County Chairman" Friday night to a large audience. It was well played and gave much satisfaction. The proceeds were for the benefit of the Eldon cemetery association. The next two plays will be for the cemetery sidewalk. Mrs. Ida Wise has been sick for sev eral days, Dr. H. E. Hurst left Monday for Cedar Rapids to attend the State Den associal Thursday. tal association. He will be, gone until Dr. S. H. Sawyers was In Ottumwa yesterday. D. Lloyd of Ottumwa is in the city today. Mrs, H. E- Knouff of Selma and Comrade Mark Whitney of Keosauqua are in the city, today. J. L. Younker, I. T. Flint and wife, ])4rs. E. K. Daugherty, Mrs. H. C. Vos* and Mrs. E. Voss are Ottumw* visitors today. Mrs. Corcoran of Minneapolis ret turned home today from a visit with her mother. Stockport. Stockport.—Staph Harlan Is confined to the house witl* the measles. Preparations are being made for the laying ot a large amount of cem'ent walk thjo spring,, a much needed Im provement. A car load horses were shipped FOR RENT, FOR RENT—GOOD BLACKSMITH shop well, locatel. Sater & Scott, Mlddletown, Iowa. ..... 4 FOR TRADE. 1 ATTENTION BREEDERS —. HAVII two. Shire horses, one bay and one brown, one Belgian Blacl. one bay? road horse: one Tennessee J)|ck for service, at J. S. Layne's Barn, Chll« llcotho, Iowa. BU8INE8S CHANCES. 1 WE ADyiSE BUYING JULY WHEAT and September oats. Write us and we shall be pleased to give our rea sons. Phelps. Delaney & Copmany, Bank Floor Royal Insurance Build ing, 112-114 Qulncy street, Chlc*4co. MISCELLANEOUS, A GOOD SHORT HORN BULL: AL SO Angus bull larsre enough for ser-v vice. George R. Glltner, R. R, No. 1« Ottumwa. SPECIAL GRINDING WE HATO .special machinery for Grinding lawnj mowers and horse clippers Satis-' faction guaranteed. G. G, Thomaa Contpanj^ from here Saturday to tho eastern market. A. R. Hiatt's father returned home to CentervtlUrMondety, after a visit ot ten days with his son. .It began to snow here Friday at noon ani continued until midnight and Satur lay morning the ground was frozen an Inch. deep. It is believed it has killed all the fruit and early gar-1 den. Invitations, have been IssuSd for the BLOOMFIELD. 'C/ Bloomfleld.—Orrln Pettit vlslteid, with his parents at Mt. Sterling over Snnday, Kate Rickey and Nellie Kelsey aro1 running the hotel .at Milton, having sold out at this place, W. P. Caldwell' sp netSundsy with his family iJi Bloomneld. A. P. Rankin and' wlffc of Perkln, Okla., are visiting with H. A, Whlearrt, and family. Bijgene Fortune is vsitlng with his parents this wepk. Gilbert Co* spent part of last week In Moulton. Mlas Bessib Clark pit Ottumwa visit* ed with Bloomfleld Jriends ovefr Sun* day. Leslie Hunter ot St. Louis, Mo., la visiting his mother for a short time. Clyde Brown of Mllburn, visited his brother, H. C. Brown, Saturday and Sunday. Mable Mills returned Snnday from Trenton, Mo. A judgment was rendered In the Jus tice court Monday for $5.00 in favor of Benjamin Garwood In the case ot Ben Garwood vs. Jacob Wooleey. Miss Kate Messer entertained a num. ber of friends at dinner Sunday. C. W. Ramseyer vlisted at Pulaski over Sunday. LUCA8 COUNTY PIONEER DIES£ Mrs. Rebecca Woods of Chariton Passes Away—'Funeral Thursday. Chariton.—Mrs. Rebecca Woods, one of the oldest settlers In Lucas county, died Tuesday evening at the family home in this city. Coming to Lucas county in an early day, she With hei husband, Nlmrod Wood, settled on the farm in. Benton township where they lived until a few years ago, when she moved to this:city and -made her home with her son and daughter, Mr. Woods havlng dled some years ago. Funeral services will be held Thurs day afternoon from the Christian church, conducted by Rev. Dunkleber ger and the remains w^re laid away in Ragtown cemetery in Benton town ship. Three sons Isaac, Fred and Henry, and one daughter, Mrs. W. Holmes, ate left to mourn the loss of mother. Mrs. Woods was In her eighty-second year and her death was caused from the effeats of sotne burns she received last fall, and owing to her advanced years and declining health she was unable to gain any strength. To the children the. sympa thy of the community is extended, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shellon have returned from a visit in Afton. Nixon Weiford is In Council Bluff* this week attending to some business matters. Atorney L. M. Stuart is In Des Moines today. Ellja Lewis Jr. Is confined to his room this week, being taken suddenly sick Saturday evening. H. M. Harlan of What Cheer is vis iting in the city w«h his children, Mrs. H. B. Palmer and Dr. Harlan. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Werts of Russell were In the city Tuesday. t/i 1 C. R. McDonough of Woodburn waa in the city Tuesday. William Lever of Knoxville visited in the, city yesterday with Ws sister, Mrs. A. Carroll and attended to some. business. DEATHS AT LEANDO. Leando—Will Simpson's baby died Monday very suddenly. It will bo burled jjrobably tomorrow at Washing ton. They have the sympathy of n'l, their friends and neighbors. Mrs. aDborah Gibber! dlttj Saturn day evening, April i. She had been slak two or three «eeKs. She wa* an ojd settler here and well up years. Funeral Monday at the M: Ej. church at Doude. She will be btuv led at lowavllle cemetery. Otto McCullough and family anl Blmer Cowen and. family visited terday with J. O. Bayesa.