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Portland, Oregon RAIN MARS BIG PICNIC \NNUAL HOODOO STILL HANGS TO THE WAPELLO COUNTY OLD SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION EVENT IS HELD ANYWAY Shower Compels Postponment of Pro gram Until the Afternoon, But It Is Enjoyed the More for the Interrup tion. Agency^ Aug. 15.—(Special)—Des plte the threatening weather this morning 275 pioneers came in from Ottumwa on. the special to attend the Qld Settlers' picnic. They were join ed here by about 100 more from the adjoining country. Because of a heavy down fall of rain the morning's exercises were postponed until 11:30 o'clock when t*ae program was carrietT out as previously announced. The fife and drum corps of South Ot tumwa accompanied the Old Settlers and furnished entertainment during the day. W. H. H. Asbury of Ottumwa r.epd names of tKe pioneers who have passed away since the last meeting. List of Old settlers of Wapello coun ty, Iowa, who passed on from August 2.4, 1906 to August 15, 1907. Mrs. Mary E. Evans. Ottumwa died Aug. 24, 1906 age 42 in county 42 years. Adam W- Bell, Eddyvllle died Sept 3, 1906 age 74. Thomas Mullen, Ottumwa died Sept. 3, 1906 age 58 in county 45 years. John Overman, Ottumwa died Sept. 8 1906 age 90 in county 64 years, James R. Davidson, Eddyvllle died Sept. 18, 1906 age 85. Mrs. T. C. Campbell, Ottumwa died Sept. 19, 1906 age 41 in county 41 years. Prank Oldham. Eddyvillrs died Sept. 21. 1906 age 44 in county 44 years, Abraham V. Stevens, Highland township died Sept. 29, 1906 age 91 in county 58 years. William Haning, Center township died Oct. 2, 1906 age 87 in county 51 years. Swan Nelson, Munterville died Oct. 4, .1906 age 73 in county 50 years. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Kroeger, Center township died Oct. 8, 1906 age 79 in county 47 years. John Miller. Dudley died Oct. 0 1906 age 67. Miss Grace Pickens, Richland town ship died Oct. 10, 1906 age 29 in county 29 years. SELECTED, blended and roasted with the greatest care, there is no precau tion known to the coffee pro ducer which is not taken to assure the purity, strength, richness, flavor and delicate fragrance of OLD GOLDEN COFFEE A coffee at once so delicate, so subtle, so rare that you only wonder that coffee really can be so good. TRY BT 25 cents a pound at dealers. TONE BROS., 0ES MOINES. IOWA. John Miller, Ottumwa died Oct. 20 1906 acre 66 in bounty 52 years. Mrs. Mary McClung, Highland town ship died Oct. 21, 1906 age 90 ?n county 60 years. James M. Crawley, Ottumwa died Oct. 29, 1900 age 76 in county 30 years. Jacob Chilton, Ottumwa died Oct 29. 1906 age 74 in county 49 years Con. Sullivan, Eddyvllle died Oct 29, 1906 age 74 in county 37 years. Thomas J. Devin, Ottumwa died Oct. 31, 1906 age 80 in county 50 years. Jacob Myers, Agency died Nov. 1. 1906 age 94 in county 63 years.. Mrs. Sarah Kendall, Ottumwa died Nov. 7, 1906 age 80. Jacob Yoder, Eddyvllle died Nov. 10, 1906 age 66 in county 66 years. Mrs. Sarah Gallagher, Ottumwa died Nov. 12, 1906 age 78 in county 52 years. Patrick Deneen. Ottumwa died Nov. 13, 1906 age 86 in county 54 years. Mrs. Sarah A. Gravas, Ottumwa died Nov. 15, 1906 age 73 in county 59 years. Charles Koett, Ottumwa died Nov 16, 1906 are 71 in county 55 years James Burk, Ottumwa died Nov. 17. 1906 age 69. Mrs. Agnes Cooper, Ottumwa diefl Nov. 18, 1906 age 91 In county 40 years. James Harker. Ottumwa died Nov. 20. 1906 age 82 in county 30 years. Mrs. Hamilton Wilson Ottumwa died Nov. 20, 1906 age 53 in county 41 years. Mrs. John Leggett, Eddyvllle died Nov. 24, 1906 age 81 in county 51 years. Mrs. Elizabeth Welsh. Ottumwa died Nov. 25, 1906 age 79. Dr. L. L. Dexter, Green township died Nov. 25, 1906 age 73 in county 40 years. Mrs. Mary Henry, Ottumwa died Nov. 26, 1906 age 79 in county 59 years. Mrs. Mary I. Matthew's. Ottumwa died Nov. 28, 1906 age 66 In county 51 years. Mrs. Margaret Setchell. Ottumwa died Nov. 30, 1906 age 58 in county 40 years. Robert S. Wright. Ottumwa died Nov. 30. 1906 age 73 in county 63 years. James Springer, Ottumwa: died NQV. 30, 1906 age 50 in county 50 years. Mrs. Mary Scott. Ottumwa died Dec. 3, 1906 age 75 in county 31 years. Mrs. Delilah Reed. Ottumwa died Dec. 10, 1906 age 82 in county years. 60 Mrs. C. E. Toole, Ottumwa died no-. 12, 1906 age 58 in county 53 years. John S. McClung. Dahlonega died Dec. 22, 1906 age 61: in county years. 59 WilMam Shoemaker. Agency died Dec. 25. 1906 aire 79. Frederic Piatt. Ottumwa died Dec 30. 1906 age 46: in county 46 years Mrs. Patrick Glenn. Ottumwa died Jan. 6, 1907 age 76 in county years. 35 Mrs. Rebecca Vance, Ottumwa died Jan. 9. 1907 age 84 in county 70 years. George F. Andrews. Ottumwa died Jan. 10, 1907 age 73 in county 35 years. 1 Clarence Kirk, Ottumwa died Jan. 10. 1907 age 36 in county 36 years. Mrs. Ellen Flynn. Ottumwa dted Jan. 13. 1907 age 76 In county 53_ years. Newton C. Hill, Ottumwa died Jan. 16. 1908: age 86 in county 03 years! Mrs. Robert M. Bowen. Eldon died •Tan. 17, 1907 oge Gr: in county 60 years. Michael Sweeney, Ottumwa. died. Jan. 26. 1907: aged, 54 years In coun ty 31 years. Mrs. Theresa Light, Ottumwa. died. Jan. 31. 1907: aged. 41 years: in county 41 years. .Tames Campbell. Ottumwa: died Feb. 1, 1907 age 42- in county, 39 years. Miss Ida Feidler. Ottumwa died. Feb. 2, 1907 age 42 in county, 42 years. Mrs. George T. Johnson, died Feb. 3, 190" age 76: 43 years. Mrs. Nancy I. Doherty, died Feb. 10: a«re 69 in years. Ottumwa: in count.v. Mrs. Glrtha Shuttlefleld, d'ed Feb. 6 age 85 years: 55 years. Ottumwa in county, Ottumwa county, 59 Tantus Dickey, Competine: died Feb. #v'^ 11, 1907 age 72 in county, 47 years. Mrs. Anna Crowley, Ottumwa died Feb. 12, 1907 age 75 in county, 50 ears. Mrs. Sarah I. Madison, Ottumwii. died Feb. 16, 1907 age 67 in county. 57 years. George "McCormlck, Agency died Feb. 16, 1907 age 76 years. Frank W. Kimble, Eldon died, Feb. 10. 1907 as-e 62. Moses C. Israel, Washington twp.: died Feb. 12, 1907 age 86 in county ,58 years. ....... ,. T?arney ^ttuido'on, Pleasant twp. died Feb. 21,- 1907', age 810 in county 2 years. Tfteophllus Sluttsj Kirkville died Feb. -22 .1907 age 84 in county, 60 years. John B. McGuire, Ottumwa died Feb. 21, 1907 age 41 in county 41 years. Joseph Ray, Ottumwa died Feb. 24, 1907 age 75: In county 50 years. W. A. Trent, Ottumwa died Feb. 25. 1907 age 61 years in county 50 years: Levi Skinner, Green twp. died Feb. 25. 1907 age 83 ir. county, 58 years. Mrs. A. F. Hoddy, Ottumwa died Mch. 2, 1907 age 67 in county, 60 years. Miss Ellen S. Nicholson, Ottumwa died Mch. 2, 1907 aere 61 in county 32 years. Mrs. Christine Gunnerson, Munter ville died Mch. 2. 1907 age 84 in county 40 years. Mrs. Harriett Empie, Ottumwa aied Mch. 4, 1907' age 74 in county 31 years. Mrs. Thomas Brown, Kirkville died Mch. 4, 1907 age 82. Elijah Walker, Blakesburg died Mch. 7, 1907 age 79. Ephriam E. Carbaugh, Ottumwa died Mch .11. 1907 age 66. Mrs. Nancy H. Webb, Blakesburg died Mar. 12, 1907 age 90 In county 58 years. Frederic Stuber, Dudley died Mch. 12 1907 age 60 in county, 60 years. Charles L. Godley, Ottumwa died Mch. 18, 1907 age 33 in county, S3 yea's. Mrs. Margaret Gibbons, Ottumwa: d'ed Mch. 17, 1907 aee 92 in county, 50 years. Robert Crlswell, Ottumwa died Mch. 17, 1907 age 79 in county 66 years. William Robertson, Ottumwa died Mch. 24, 1907 afire 78 in county 64 years. Mrs. Ida Long, Keokuk twp. died Mch. 25, 1907 age 40: in county 40 years. William Hirst, Kirkville died Mch. 27, 1907 age 86. Mrs. D. H. Emery, Ottumwa died Mch. 27, 1907 age 60 in county 6'0 years. James Baggs, Ottumwa died Mch. 29, 1907 age 81 in county 62 years. Mrs. Eliza Wright, Eldon died April 1, 1907 arj 84 in county 59 years. Mrs. Jesse Peck, Ottumwa died Apr. 8," 1907 agt- 67 in county, 44 years. Charles Broolcshire, Eldon died Apr, 14, 1907: age 78. Joseph Stelnhoff, Eddyvllle died Apr. 14, 1907 age 82 in county 39 years. Mrs. Mary A. McCormlck, Dahlon ega died Apr. 14, 1907 age 66 in county 39 years. W. W. Connelly, Agency died Apr. 14. 1907: age 71. Mrs. Mary A. Huckleberry, Eldon died, Apr. 6, 1907. Mrs. William Stelier, Ottumwa died Apr. 19, 1907 age 61 in county 40 years. Mrs. C. W. Koett. Ottumwa died Apr. 21, 1907 age 37. Edward C. Myers, Ottumwa died May 3, 1907 age 80 in county 65 years. Henry Slagle, Ottumwa died May 190" age 83 In county 65 years. Wm. Rosen, Ottumwa died May 4, 1907 age 59 in county 58 years. James D. Gray, Ottumwa died May 4, 1907 age 47 in county 47 years. Jesse H. Hobbs, Ottumwa died May 5, 1907 age 53. Hugh Brown, Ottumwa died May 9, 1907 age 86 in county 50 years. L. W. KUby, Ottumwa died May 9, 1907 age 77: in county 42 years. Mrs. Harriett Parks, Ottumwa died May 24, 1907 age 81. William D. Yeager, Ottumwa died May 24, 1907 age 66 in county 42 years. Dr. I. W. Nichols, Ottumwa died May 25, 1907 age 77 In county 50 years. Edwin Ervin, Ottumwa died May 15, 1907 age 76 in county 58 years. Mrs. Charlotte Stewart. Eddyvllle oied May 27, 1907 age 96 in county 44 years. Mrs. Emily Reed, Eddyvllle died June 3, 1907 age "3. L. O. Johnson, Ottumwa died June 8, 1907 age 46 in county 46 years. Mrs. Margaret Scully, Ottumwa died June 10, 1907 age 70 in county 60 years. Mrs. G. B. Melick, Ottumwa died June 10, 1907 age 33 in county 33 years. A. J. Mader, Ottumwa died June 12 age 67 In county 57 years. M. Rowland, Ottumwa died June 17, 1907 age 69 in county 46 years W. C. Wymar., Ottumwa died June 19, 1907 age 57 in countv 33 years. Mrs. Mary A. Wallace, Ottumwa died June 20, 1907 age 71 in county 38 years. Wm H. Bartholomew, Eldon died •June 23, 1907 age 93: in county 54 years. Andrew Houdyshell, Ottumwa died June 28, 190" age 88 In county Stf years. Mrs. Anna McGlashon, Ottumwa died July 3, 1907 age 89 in county 31 years. Wm. H. Pelham, Kirkville died July 6, 1907 age 69 in county 64 years. John Sears, Ottumwa died July 10, 190" age 87 In county 30 years. Mrs. Parmelia Owen, Ottumwa died July 2, 1907 age 59 in county 54 years. C. B. Strebby. Ottumwa July 12, 1907 age 56 In county 56 years. Alfred W. Lee, Ottumwa died July 15. 1907 age 49. Mrs. Beverinda Goldback, Eddyvllle died July 19, 1907 age 77. Mrs. Luella I. Finley, Ottumwa died July 20, 1907 age 59 in county 59 years. W. W. Klght, Ottumwa died July 20, 1907* Mrs. Barbara Carter, Ottumwa died July 21, 1907 age 43 in county, 43 years. Mrs. Martha Wier, Ottumwa aled July 21, 1907 age 80. S. F. Bell, Center twp. died July 26, 1907 age 70 in county 3 2years. W. H. Powell. Ottumwa died Aug. 1, 190" age 57 in county 57 years. Mrs. Harriett E. Powell. Ottumwa died Aug. 1, 1907 age 50 in county 50 years. Mrs. Jennie P. Stevens, Ottumwa died Aug. 1, 1907 age 37 In county 37 years. James A. Hammond, Ottumwa died Aug. 3, 1907 age 76 in county 60 years. Mrs. E. I. Hirst, Kirkville die? -•'-UK. 6, 1907 age 59 in county 53 years. '"Mrs. Sarah E. Crow, Ottumwa died Aug. 10, 1907 age 62 in county 32 years. George Godfrey, Ottumwa: died Aug. 10. 1907 age 90 in county 64 years. Frank Dungan, Ottumwa: died Aug. 10 1907 age 59: la county 68 years. n. $Si*3s I S O W A O I E LEGAL, Articles of Incorporation of the Ot tumwa Pottery and Clay Products Company. We, Ira D. Smelser, W. H. H. As bury, J. H. Mitchell, C. J. Ekfelt and F. M. Hunter, all citizens of the United States on behalf of ourselves Individ ually and collectively, and of all per sons or person who may hereafter1 be come members of this association do hereby associate and incorporate our selves under the general corporation law of the state of Iowa for the pur pose hereinafter expressed, do herebj adopt .the following articles of incor poration: ARTICLE I. Name and Plaoe of Business. The name of this association shall be "Ottumwa Pottery and Clay Pro ducts Company," with its principal place of business at the city of Ottum wa, Wapello county, Iowa, with the right to have branch offices and to transact business in Iowa and' else where. ARTICLE II. Nature of Business. The general purpose of the corpora tion shall be to purchase, own, lease, sub-lease, sell, mortgage, bond, pros pect, improve, develop and mine Pot ters clay, Are clay, keaolin, coal, lignite, asphalt, stone, shale, gas, oil, water, mineral water and all other mineral and mining claims of whatsoever char acter or description together with the right of manufacturing and convert ing any and all of the above named substances into marketable products or wares, of owning and leasing of all necessarv personal or real estate for successfully conducting the said gen eral business arid the marketing of the product thereof, procuring of the right of way, erection and malntain ance of all necessary houses, machin ery, kilns and other buildings, hoists, dumps, tanks, reservoirs, pipes and pipe lines, tramways, grades, railroads, cars, rails and ties, tools and appli ances for producing, mining and man ufacturing said clays, coal, minerals, shales, gas, oil, asphalt, etc., with the power to maintain stores, and other means of supplying merchandise, min ing tools and Implements, selling and dealing In the same with the power to erect and maintain gas and electric light plant, electric and steam railway, and the owning of all property nec essary to operate the same with the right of way for tracks, tramways, depot, etc., enjoying and possessing the same powers oyer all of its said prop erty as the private Individual would enjoy as they are by law conferred up on a corporation. ARTICLE in. Common Seal. This association shall have a corn- be Inscribed "Ottumwa Pottery and Clay Company," which it may alter at pleasure. ARTICLE IV. Products of the Association. This associatioin shall have and en Joy the following powers: To perpetuate the succession, To sue and be sued by its corporate name. To render the interests therein of the stock holders transferable. To exempt the private property of its members or stockholders from any liability for corporate debt.. except as otherwise provided by law. To make contracts, to acquire and transfer property, real and personal possessing the same powers in such respect as natural persons.. To establish by-laws and make all rules and regulations necessary for the management of its afTairs. ARTICLE V. Commencement and Duration. This corporation shall begin upon the adoption, filing and recording of these articles and the issuance to it of a certificate by the Secretary of the state of Iowa, as provided by law, and continue for a period of twenty years, with right of renewal. ARTICLE VI. Capital 8tock. The amount of capital stock author ized to be issued is sixty ($60,000.00) dollars to be divided into shares of one hundred ($100.00) dollars each, same to be fully paid and non assessable and to be Issued in con formity to the laws of the state of Iowa. thousand ARTICLE VII. Board of Directors and Annual Meet ing. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted and managed by a board of five directors, who shall be elected from the shareholders of this associa tion at the annual meeting of the cor poratlon, which annual meeting shal take place on the second day of July, 1907, in Ottumwa, Iowa, and yearly thereafter on the first Tuesday in July. Said association does hereby select and name the following persons: Ira. D. Smelser, Ottumwa, Iowa W. H. Asbury. Ottumwa. Iowa J. H. Mitchell, Ottmwa, Iowa C. J. Ekfelt. Ottumwa, Iowa, and F. M. Hunter, Ottumwa, its board of directors, to act |gsg ^"SfSs... Tu"fi Does your bacx ache? Do you get up lame in the morning? Do you feel dull and tired? Doss it hurt you as^Sich3until"the^flrst"anmiai^meiting I ^elr voluntary act and deed for the u.s euv.il uiiwi I niirTn*pR thArafn a-rnranfiorl on the second day of July, 1907, or un til their successors are duly elected and have accepted office. All va cancies in the board of directors shall be filled by a majority vote of the remaining members of the board and the person so elected shall hold office until the next annual meeting of the stockholders. A majority of the board of directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. ARTICLE VIII. Electjon of Officers. The annual meeting of the board of directors, shall be held on the first Tuesday of July, 1907, Immediately following the adjournment of the an nual meeting of the stockholders, "and each year thereafter," at which time they shall elect from the membership of said association a President. Vice President Secretary, Treasurer and General^ Manager at pleasure all oi. said officers shall perform the duties usually devolving upon like officers cf similar associations. Until the first annual meeting of the board of direc tors the following persons shall be the officers of the corporation: President—J. T. Hackworth, Ottum wa, Iowa. Vice President—Frank L. Hall, Des Moines. Iowa. Secretary—E. R. Mitchell, Ottumwa, Iowa. Treasurer—J. B. Mowery, Ottumwa, Iowa. General Manager—J. P. Young, Ot tumwa, Iowa. ARTICLE IX. Exemption From Corporate Debts. The private property of the mem bers of this association shall be ex empt from Its corporate debts. ARTICLE X. Share Holders Mqeting. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of this association each share of stock represented in person or by proxy, given not less than ten days before such election, shall be entitled to one vote upon every question that comes up at said stockholders meeting. The board of directors may, at their discretion call a special meeting of thi stockholders of-this association, at the general place Of business thereof by malline- to each known stockholder a tc bend over, to lift anything, to get up from a chair? Do you have sudden 'catches" or stitches of pain In the back? Boss a dull, throbbing ache settle In the small of your back and bother you day and night? Do you sometimes feel that you simply can not straighten up? If you do have backache, be careful not to make the very common mistake of treating it as a muscular trouble Do not rub the sore place with lini ment, nor put on plasters, for the seat of the trouble Is Inside—in the kid neys, which lie Just beneath the small of the back, on either side of the spine. bold, a chill, a fever, overwork overeating or overdrinking may start a slight congestion or Inflammation In the kidneys that will a\ once Inter rupt the kidneys' work of filtering the blood. It is this condition that seta up the aching and makes your back so bad. You can not make any mistake by treating the kidneys at once, for it is these small troubles that lead tc dropsy, diabetes and Brlght's disease If there is any doubt in your mind that the kidneys are affeoted, notice the urine for & few days. If passages are written notice ten days prior to the time fixed for said meeting to his or her last known address. ARTICLE XI. Limit of Indebtedness. This association shall not incur in debtedness at any one time exceeding two-thirds (2-3) of its capital stock. mon seal, upon the face of which tested by the Treasurer, and to have Wa PntTAI'V Onfl 1 the corporate seal affixed thereto by ARTICLE XII. Certificate of Stock. The shares of stock of this corpor ation shall be Issued only upon full payment of the amount represented by them, and shall be transferable only on the books of the corporation upon the surrender of the original certificate of stock, and the reissue of a new one, the transfer thereof to be governed by the laws of the state of Iowa. The certificates of stock issued to the shareholders shall be signed by the President ... .CD,UCm or Vice President, and at- the Secretary. ARTICLE XIII. Articles of Incorporation May Be Altered or Amended. These articles of incorporation may be altered or amended at any annual meeting of the stockholders, or at any special meeting called for that purpose by the board of directors, of which the members have had notice as herelnbe fore provided, by a two-thirds (2-3) vote of all the stock voting of said meeting. ARTICLE XIV. By Laws. The board of directors, may, by a two-thirds (2-3) vote, make and adopt by-lftwg Which are not in conflict with the laws of the state of these articles of ^corporation, for the management of the property of the corporation, the transaction of Its business, and the regulation of Its affairs and may by a like vote alter or change such by laws. ARTICLE XV. Dissolution. This corporation may be dissolved prior to the time fixed in Its articles of incorporation, by an affrmative voti of its stockholders holding two-thirds (2-3) of its capital stock OT any annual meeting of the stockholders, or at any sPecial ??ee"nK „can1ed,I fof th^ purpose by the board of directors, at which each stockholder has had ten days' notice as hereinbefore provided in the manner required by law and these articles of incorporation, and in case of such dissolution its affairs shall be wound up in the manner pro vided by statute. In testimony where of we have hereunto subscribed our names this 21st day of May, A. D., 1907. Ira D. Smelser, W. H. H. Asbury, J. H. Mitchell, I C. J. Ekfelt, F. M. Hunter. State of Iowa, Wapello county, ss. Personally appeared before me. E. R. Mitchell, a notary public within and for said county and state: Ira D. Smel ser, W. H. H. Asbury, J. H. afltchell, C. J. Ekfelt, F. M. Hunter, personally to me known to be the Identical per. sons who signed the above and forego ing articles of Incorporation and sev erally acknowledge the same to be purposes therein expressed Witness my hand and notarial seal this 21st day of May, A. D., 1907. E. R. Mitchell, Notary Public. ELDON. Eldon.—Miss Grace Stiles, daughter of Rev. Stiles of this place is visiting friends in Kirkville and Master Paul Hawk of Kirkville is visiting Carl Stiles in this place. T. G. Harper, a prominent lawyer of Burlington, will address the people of Eldon Saturday at 3 o'clock In the opera house. He will also make an address Sunday evening. Mr. Harper is a forceful speaker and all should make an effort to hear him at this time. He will speak on the living problems of the day and in the inter est of the best citizenship. Ladles es pecially are invited. Admission fr'.e Miss Floy Murphy leaves for Des Moines this evening on business. ResrUlar meeting of the New Hope lodge No. 480 A. F. and A. M. Monday evening, Aug. 19. Mrs. Walker and family are attend ing the old settlers' reunion in Agency today. Mrs. John Lake and children pass ed through Eldon toda- on their way home to Kansas City after an extended visit in Chicago and other places if interest. Frank Morris and daughter Margaret are visitlne at the Haywood home south of Eldon, Mrs. Blanche Cook leaves for her home in Ottumwa today. Miss Edith Harlln is visiting in Hamilton, 111. Mrs. Erickson and daughter Anna are leaving Eldon for their new home ASTORIA For Infants and Children. the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS 6vers Picture Tells JK Stor DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS Sold by all dealers. Price cents. FoaruirMiUBuitM Co., Buffalo, N.Y., Proprietors., ilPllP® slfpn Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 12. 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. 7 to 8 Evenings, Sundays, 9 a. m. to 1 p. Jamestown Ex position Via PRESS AND DROP FORGINQ "H Free Consultation and Examinations ifSSjMiwiatisawww* "*-'-1'"-j swiwwpffs^ If you are 8lck and need special treatment, consult Dr." Keith & Co., and be examined free. It may save you much money and time. These doctors have satisfied hundreds whom they have treated and can give best of references as to their ability. Their offices are best equipped to successfully treat and cure Chronic and Special Diseases of Men, Women and Children. Prices Within Reach of all. Dr. Keith & Co 115 South Market 8t First National Bank Bldg. OTTUMWA, IOWA. If you oannot call, write ft Home Treatment, Following round trip rates from Ottumwa to Norfolk, Vik, via Wabash Ry. Season Ticket, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,«,,4,, Sixty day tickets .. Fifteen day limit $39.66 Season tickets on sale dally Aprn 19 to NOT. 30, 1B07. Final re turn limit Dec. 15, 1907. On season and sixty day tickets, stop over will be allowed ait Cer tain eastern points. Short limit tickets will be exchanged at validat ing offices, for a longer time limit, by deposit of tlek»t arid paymtat of difference 'i rate. Ask Ticket Agent Jefferson jtre'et Uni'Tr. Depot for pairtlcnlera. New Phone 1294. J. P. Whelan, Local Agent. Machinery and Die Works Charles Potoff is visiting friends In Denver this week. W. H. Crow is in Unionville on busi ness today. Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Enyart are at tending old settlers' reunion in Agency today. Eldon's baseball team plays ball -n Fairfield today. Mrs. W. E. Warren expects to go abroad the first of September to be gone some months. Mexican War Veterans. Greenfield, Ind., Aug. 15—What must be nearly the last of the rnual reunions of the Indiana Mexican War dis- ,e kid-. tlT6ffUwr, pMiitUl, Or tOC colored, or full of *«dlmttt» tae neys need h«lp rltfht away, !rm other medtollU more M)0ftil tMto Doan's ltidney Pal*, for (he kidneys, yet so powerful thM It quickly otires tha oause ahd so en« all the painful and annoylh* symp tom. Home testimony proves th« unfailing merit ot Doan's Kldnit| Pills. Ottumwa Testimony^ Mrs. M. B. Kelter, 407 Washington street, North, Ottumwa, la.,"' sftys:. "1 was a victim of kidney complaint foi some time, and haVe dootorSd for th| cure of Bame faithfully. 1 never exper ienced any relief until 1 used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at fiiargent's Drug Store, but can surely kay thM this remedy gave kne relief an) a beti eflt that has been lasting My spe cial trouble was a bloating ^nd swell* ing of my feet and ankles, an anno^T* lng kidney .wesJcjvpf a Which got my syBtem into a sort of a dropsical condi tion. Since I used Doan:s Kidney Pllli so successfully, I' have ofteii endorsed their use and Will continue to^do so, foi I Just know them 'to be flhe." '. -V 1 -.''.'v.' WOOD and METAL PATTERN WOftK Assistance given in experimental wori .. Strlot Secrecy Observed. ALUMINUM AND BRASS WIJNDRY. Nlck/M Plating, Copper Pjatlng, Galvanizing, Oxidising, Reflnishlng at Gas and Electric Fixtures. 209 East Second Street. P:-.:n« 1857 in Ottumwa today. Their many Eldon friends wish them much happiness their new home. B. L. WARD Co., 'V IllSpecialist DR. D.H.LEWIS Hours, S to 12 in., to 6 p. Sundays. 9 to 12 a. m„ 2 to 5 p. m. EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT Glasses Fitted. Ottumwa, la. ()CFICF PHI-! Veterans' association began here to day and will continue over tomorrow.' day ad will cnflnue over tomorrow.!: The association, has now scarcely at' handful of members and a number olj these were unable to come to the re-j union on account of old age and ln-j flrmities.