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t- I I 1 fc & •I 4 $ R& W: «€&• E I 11 I# R? W X* -.V- •'. 5. 3, For Winter Wear Call in and pee the finest line of Overcoats and Suits we have ever shown. The selection is so complete that we cah fit any man who comes —thin, stout, tall, short, any size and any taste in fabrics or styles. Good Ciothes are worth what they cost* The chief thing in buying is too pay just enough to get the best and not to much. That's the whole story of our Hart Schaff ner & Marx Clothes the best clothes made and the most economically priced. Hart Schaffner 6t know that corns and tender feet are caused ,• by poorly made and badly fitted ShoeB. Come let us convince you that our Shoes are the best. FLEMINGS'SHOE STORE CHICKEN PIESUPPER Chilllcothe Ladles of M. E. Church Will Entertain Friday Evening. Chilllcothe.—The Ladles" Aid will give a chicken pie supper at the I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening, Nov. 22. Miss Vina Butln returned to her home In Kansas City after an extend ed visit with relatives here. Antrom Jenkins of Yankton, South Dakota, arrived Monday for a brief visit with relatives here. .John Swope of Hedrick visited last week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Swope of Hed rick returned home Monday after sev eral days' visit with relatives here. Mrs. E. S. Warren and son Harold were over Sunday visitors with friends at Oskaloosa. PACKWOOD. Packwood.—H. s. Mitchell, after a visit here with relatives returned on Wednesday to his home near Big Powder river, Montana. Miss Flossie Anderson is at Belolt, Wis., where she will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles Cousin, until after the holidays. J. L. Snider and son of Fairfield, spent Saturday night here with rela tives. Miss Kate Patterson and Miss Maria Old Phone 181 New Phone 181 -WiA FLOUR. Marshaniel. sack $1.85 I. & H., sack $1.35 North Rose, saok $1.25 Occident. Pillsbury's Beat, Guthrie's Best, Mystic, Wellington's Best, Per fections, Mamma's Choice, Jersey Cream, Sumner, Golden Sheaf. These Flours are all guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Buck Wheat Flour. This Is not car ried-over goods. But Just received fresh and pure. 3 pkgs. Pan Cake Flour 25c New Cane and Maple Syrup Marx Overcoats, $15 up to $30 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits $ 15 up to $35 Hart Schaffner & Marx Cravenettes $18, $20 and $22.50 Winter Underwear in two/peice or Union Suits, Crossett Shoes for men, "They make life's walk easy," Cost $3.50, $4 and $5. ladies' and Gents' Shoes Arriving Daily Come in and buy a pair of pur latest style Shoes, we are confident if you buy one pair you will be one of oui many regular cus tomers. Our main effort ii to fit the feet per fectly aa we all 222 East Main Street Juoorman spent Tuesday with friends at Pleasant Plain. The Schubert Sisters gave a concert Monday night at the Methodist Epis copal church. The next number of the lecturo course will occur Monday evening, No vember 25. The Ladles' Aid soolety announced a Thanksgiving dinner to be given in connection with a bazaar. D. B. Downey sold his livery stock to William and Lewis Kenyon about two weeks ago. Snow fell here Sunday at intervals the greater part of the day. Mrs. C. C. Davis Is at Brighton vis itlng friends and attending protracted meetings, which her husband, Rev. C. C. Davis, Is conducting at the Chris tion chUrch. Mrs. Ed Woolums entertained a par ty of friends Saturday. Those receiv ing invitations from here were Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Woolums, Mr. and Mrs O. B. Myers and Dr. and Mrs. Charles T. Moorman. 1 FLORIS. Floris.—The members of the Floris Baptist church will have a Christmas tree and entertainment on Christmas Eve at the church. See FroBt and Heady, gloves and mittens. George McVey and wife and daugh ter, LaVeile, spent Sunday at the Otis Crist home. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. McVey visited East Etid Supply Co. NEW SWEET CIDER. MINCE MEAT. DATES, FIGS, RAISINS PEACHE8. PEARS, APRI COTS, AN DPRUNES. PURE HONEY IN GLAS8 15o. 4 catis Peas 25c 4 cans Corn 25c 3 cans Kraut 25c We carry a splendid line of Balk CoCee, 40a, 36c, 80, 26o, and 16o lb. Bell Coffee, 20c pkg. Manor House, 8So on. Barrington Hail, 35c can. Tone Bros. Old Golden, 25a. Weights and Measures Guaranteed. Gallon Peaches 40c per can Not the largest but tjie cleanest grocery in the city. 113 East Main St. 1 ith her iistarAMrn PMXI ClalhrftO-th. FBOOtS. .. .. Copyright 1907 by Hart £*f Mant 207 E. Main St. Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Thompson and family. C. E. Swlnney made a business trip to Eldon Monday evening. Frost and Heady pay cash for cream butter and eggs. Rev. Sylvarla of Pella will preach at the Floris Baptist church on next Sunday morning and evening. Clyde Patterson and Miss Ethel Strickland, both of Florls, were mar ried Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. Walker of Brighton officiating. There will be a teachers' meeting held at the Florls school Friday night. Speakers from Bloomfleld are expected to be present. H. G. Carson vwas In Ottumwa Mon day evening on business. Mrs. Sarah Swlnney Is having her dwelling repainted. Emmet Fridley of Drakeville spent Sunday in Florls with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Fridley. Cleve Easter of Unionvllle, Mo., l« visiting In Florls at the Harvey Bar ker home. See Frost and Heady for Groceries. Mrs. Minnie Heady and Miss Clara Buchanan were afternoon visitors at the John Wlthrow home Sunday. Miss India Grinstead was a caller at the Ed Flsk home Tesday. The marriage of Bert Wiahard of Belknap and Miss Jimmle Bolwar of Florls will take place this evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bolwar. Miss Faze Johnson of Locust Grove visited In Florls Saturday, the guest of Miss India Grinstead. BATAVIA. Batavla.—Mrs. Ed Alford is visiting relatives in Oklahoma. Mrs. W. H. Giltner of Ottumwa vis ited Wednesday and Thursday of last week with her niece, Mrs. Rosa Arm strong. MIBS Carrie Younlcin of Hedrick is visiting friends In town. "Tr. and Mrs. Orcut returned Mon day from Agency, where they visited their son. Rev. Orcutt. Mrs. Jennie Wright, who has been spending the past month with rela tives near Troy, returned to her home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. McCormiek and daugh ters were shopping in Ottumwa Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown ieft last week for Billings, Montana, called there bv the serious Illness of their son, William Brown. Born, Thursday, Oct. 31, to Mr. and Mrs. Veck Orndult, near Troy, a son. Evangelist J. L. Wilkinson of Des Moines, is holding a series of meet ings at the Christian church. Mis Iwonla Scott of Farson Is vis iting at the home of her brother, Hamp Scott. W. H. Giltner of Ottumwa was transacting business in town on Sat urday. Cor. Main and Iowa Avenue MEAT8. Porter House and Sirloin, 1 7' pound I u2\, 3 pounds Saoulder Steak JC Home made Pork 1 ?1r Sausage, IL2K This sausage is made from good clean fresh pork and the best of spices. We make sausage every day, so you are sure to receive good fresh clean sausage. Mince Meat, 2 pkgs. for 1 JL New Kraut. Fresh Oysters. Spring Chickens. Meal, sack 15c TEAS. We are headquarters for Teas. Gun Powder, Japan. English Breakfast, Oolong. Imperial, Young Hyson, 35a to 70c pound. -Prompt Delivery WOMAN HELD FOR HORSE STEALING MRS. WILLIAM DOGGBTT, ARREST ED AT MORAVIA AND IS NOW IN JAIL AT ALBIA. Albia.—Mrs. William Doggett was arrested at Moravia yesterday after' noon and returned to Albia and placed ln the Monroe county j&ll. The womarf is charged with horse stealing and tho charge is preferred by Ben Cot trell, who operates a livery barn at Hynes, six miles east of the city. Mr Cottrell states the woman applied at his place for a team, atating she de sired to drive to Albia. When h*j learned that the team was seen north of the city he became active and found the woman had not stopped ,in the city at all and was still driving south. He had an information lssttel charging horse stealing and the wom an was arrested at Moravia. Both the woman and her husband were in trou ble over a team some weeks ago. They secured a team from the livery of Geo. Harris and were found after the team had been fearfully driven. Charges v.ere then preferred for cruelty to ani mals but the pair could not be located. The police are now looking -for Mr. Doggett and they have such a net out that they expect to get him this week. Rectors hfave Trouble. Mrs.' JesBo Rector poured forth ft tale of woe to 'Squire Falvey In jus tice court yesterday and it was such that would cause any woman to take the action she did. While she and the children were at their Sunday dinner Rector came home. Things were not juBt to his liking and he upset tho table and threw the victuals over the house. Tfe then departed but returned the following day, and getting hold of a butcher knlnfe It It alleged he ran the woman, from the house. She swore her life against him and he was tak«n into custody and will be tried later. Other Albia News. The revival meetings at the Chris tian ohuTch are continuing and at tracting the greatest attention. Lass Sunday there were twenty-seven ad ditions to the church rolls. The meet ings will continue for a couple of veeks. Mrs. M. C. Falvey Is seriously ill at her home In^the second ward. Leip Long has purchased from D. Anderson five acres of land Just enBt of tne city at the pries of ?32r per acre. Frank Coffman of Lenta, Ore., is visiting in the city the guest at the home of his cousin, Mrs. B. J. Cooper. The interurbati people have pur chased four c-trs for use on the sys •pjr between Albia and Hocking. The track-laying has continued until the south end of th* line is about done and will be ready for operation just as soon as the oars arrive. The cars are expected within three or four weeks and then Albia will have her first streel carB running. Jack Carruthurs is oft duty as a miner at the Albia Coal company and will remain so until a finger that ho badlj mashed Monday shall have bad time to heal. Lt» Kinder and wife have a little daughter at their home since Mondav. A little girl was also born to the home of Mi. »ind Mrs. Wallace Hickenlooper at their home in Joliet, 111., is the word that has been sent to the grand parents in this city. ELDON. Eldon.—The 'Rhe Jeen club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Ctto Vass by Miss Anna Forest Friday evening, Nov. 8. One new member was taken In and then the fortune teller told the fate of. each one pres ent. Then they had their regular work, after which dainty refreshments were served. A birthday surprise party .was given In honor of Miss Marie Enyart last evening. Miss Enyart wag the reci pient of a number of beautiful presents and her many young friends left wish ing her many happy returns of the oc casion. Miss Margaret Strickland spent Sunday in Ottumw^ visiting friends. Mrs. L. Goff is visiting friends in Ottumwa today. Mrs. H. ft. Baker and daughter, Florence, are shopping In Ottumwa today. Misses Myrtle and Madge Werst are visiting their friend Miss Lottie Kelfer of Ottumwa today. STOCKPORT. Stockport.—Mrs. Samuel Veatch re turned this week from Kansas, where she had been visiting her sister and brother. Mr. L. Shelman and wife visited at Salem Thursday and Friday. Mrs. B. F. Oldt visited her brother in Mt. Pleasant lats week. Dick Workman and Mr. Starbuck, members of the firm of Workman, Rhynas & Starbuck. left Wednesday for Wyoming for another consignment of horses. They sold one hundred and fifty head last week at good prices. W- Nolln shipped two car loads of hay last week from his farm here to his home In Illinois. Hay is selling over there for *18 per ton. Mrs. S. V. Whitaker visited at Hills lioro Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Fred Parnitzkie has gone to Ottum wa, where he has secured a situation with the Dain Manufacturing com pany. Harve Fox has returned from Da kota and located in Stockport for tho present. The lumber for the tile factory has not arrived yet. causing a delay in the work of rebuilding It. The lumber was shipped six weeks ago. Corn gathering Is in progress. The yield is not up to the expectations of the farmers. Rev. Hightshoe at Birmingham. Birmingham.—Rev. A. B. H/lghtshoe, financial secretary of the American Home Finding association of Ottumwa filled the pulpit at the Methodist Epis copal church Sunday morning. Prof. C. K. Hayes visited over Sun day with his parents at Salem. Miss Grace Roberts returned Mon day to her school work at Fremont, after a few weeks' vacation. Mrs. William Winslow and children of Keosauqua visited last week with relatives hpre- G. B. Hastlnes sold his farm of 200 The Donelan Way: Jl Positively One Price I '.r to Everybody. acres northeast of town to the Robin son brothers. Miss Lida Jpnes began a six months term of school at the Bonnett district east of town Monday. Mrs, J. M. Randal returned the last of the week from Burlington, where she has been visiting for some time. She- was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Wells and children. Mrs. Cora Elliott is the new tele phone operator In the Farmers' Cen tral telephone office. MARS HILL. Mars HiU.—Clarence Morgan of Ot tumwa Is out spending a few days with his cousin, Lewis Delters. Mrs. I. D. Mowery, who has been visiting relatives near Farson and Hedrick, returned home Saturday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Lewis White and Lor en White of Fairfield visited over last Sunday with their father, H. L. White. Miss Leona Speer spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Ot tumwa. Mrs. H. L. White returned home last Wednesday from Larned, Kansas, where she has been visiting for a month with her brother.. Leona Speer, Minnie Mowery and Harry Mowery were in Ottumwa on Saturday shopping. Mrs. Percy Moraine and little daughter, Dollle, spent Monday with Miss Minnie Mowery. Mr. and Mrs. CllfE Alderman were Ottumwa callers Saturday. Samuel Fitzgerald was a business caller in Ottumwa Saturday. Mrs. Ernest Bucholtz of South Da kota has returned back to this place for a few weeks visit with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ott Bucholtz. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Barry were out on a business trip in this vicinity Fri day and took dinner at the home "it Mrs. I. D. Mowery. Mrs. Ernest Bucholtz and son, Ott, were callers in Ottumwa Saturday. BLOOMFIELD. Bloomfleld.—A number of the young ladles of the city have organized the "Amusement club," to meet fortnight ly at the homes of the members. Mem bership is limited to twelve and. bridge whist will form the staple of diversion. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ellenberger, Jr., entertained a number of friends at an elegant 12 o'clock dinner at their home southeast of the city. Sunday. Those present were Mr.and Mrs.Frank Battln, Mr. and Mrs. Marsh James, Mr. and Mrs. Ed James. Mr. and Mrs. ^Ipvan will •'ftviriftftvof to- iarat RiirHntf-.voryoiis rrjinAO lr rnwnr,v H. Ford, Martin Ellenberger, Sr., Johnny Ellenberger, and Guy Battln. The P. E. O's., met on Monday even ing at the home of Mrs. Emma Cald well. Following the business meeting excellent papers were read by Mrs. Alma Young, Mrs. May Fortune, and Mrs. Emma Payne. Mrs. I. Jenkins leaves this even ing for Quincy, 111, to visit her daugh ter, Mrs. R. N. Hansbro Mr. and Mrs. C- C. McC&nn expect to go about the of thiB month, to Boise, Idaho, to spend the winter at the home of bis sister, Mrs. Clara Sw ing. Mrs. Richard Brewer went to Stiles, Even the most careful buyer can't realize the true value of a Ten Dollar Bill until they have seen this magnificent line of Cloaks. Positively no use seeking a match for these values—can't be found. -Ottumwa's Biggest, Best and Busiest Store SEE THE GREAT Woiiderful Cloak allies Tomorrow Donelan's start a Remarkable Sale of Women's Stylish Coats, offering fully 50 different nobby styles, guaranteed $12.50 and $15 values,at Ten Dollars each. The Grand Bargain of the season. .r Finely tailored long, stylish rippl0- back Coats of rich broadtail plush, excellent quality Broadcloth, Bngllsh Cheviots, All wool Kerseys in blacks and colors, also all the stlie smartest new icvolty mixtures. Take No Chances-— Quick Buyers Will Get the Cream of this Feast of Cloak Bar gains. Come Tomorrow! today, to spend a week with her sister, Mrs^_ Stocksberry. T. P. Bence, and daughter, Hazel, spent Sunday at the Clyde Miller home south of Pulaski. Mrs. Chas. Haaelwoods is suffering with a very sore foot, blood poison having resulted from an ingrown toe nail. Mr. Hazelwood is also confined to the house by an attack of erysipe las. Miss Fay Hutton visited over Sun day with Cantrll friends. Mrs. W.' G. Thorne, who has been visiting her slter, Mrs. W. H. Miller, east 51 town, returned, Saturday, to her home in Mt Pleasant. Howard Fortune, of Queen City, Mo came today, to visit his father, John Fortune, who Is under treatment at Shelton's hospital. W. C. Cameron, who has been in this city on business, returned to Hep ler, Kan., Monday. T. P. Benoe made a business trip to Memphis, and Lancaster, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Jones of West Lafayette, Ohio, arrived Monday, for a visit of several weeks with his sis ter, Mrs. J. H. Ford. BOX SUPPER AT TOM, Literary Program Follows Feast Will Purohase Chairs With Money. Bolton—The literary program and box supper was well attended Tues day evening. The committee had a special program for the occasion and everyone had a good time. The re ceipts of the evening will be used t puicVare chfcirs for the hall. W. W. Braniger returned on Friday from a I."flness trip in the east. The young people enjoyed them selves with a dance in the hall on Sat urday night. MUBIC for the occasion was furnished by Prof. Davis and wife of Clarinda. W. HL Jenkins of Colfax was in town Saturday visitink with friends. Mies Clara Warden organized a Sunday scnool In the hall on Sunday morning. William Wilson of DeB Moines spent Sunday In town at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson. The miners were paid for the last half of October Saturday in paper money. This Is the first time this has occurred in Bolton for four years, they received gold heretofore. Ben Davis and sister, Stella of Ev ans, attended the dance on Saturday night. trimming We Pay Railroad Fare According to Rules of The Retail I Merchants* Association The first snow of the season fell in Bolton on Sunday, Nov. 10. Rev. Slack of Beacon Preached to -a large audience in the hall on Friday night. The Company started four more en tries in their Np. 2 mine this week. LEAN DO. Leando.-—D. B. Wirt met with a bad accident last Wednesday while loading hogs for market. The hogs scared the team and it started to run away, throwing Mr. Wirt under the wagon, breaking one leg and dislocating his ankle. Dr. McClure. was called and at last reDort Mr. Wirt was getting along $10.00 WINDOW DISPLAY •TOMORROW Just think of It Fifty styles to choose from Including many of those beautiful and exclu sive $15.00 modelSswhicb have commanded so much a ttention this season. Coats with the elegant new velvet medalion collars, Gibson shoulders, mandarin sleeves, beautifully braided and full satin lined. All the season's most popular colors In all sizes. braid trimmed, Beautiful broadtail plush Coats, large, fancy metal buttons. Elegant Broadcloth Coats, full satin llnod inlaid velvet collar and cuffs and wide radium biaid trimmed. Splendid English Cheviot Coits mannish overcoat styles, velvet collar and turnback cuffs. American mills fine all wool Kerseys, also hand some new English novelty cloakings, 52 Inches long, full ripple back with the newest effects in velvet, broadcloth antj braids. I as well as could be expected. It Is a & bad accident for a ihan of his age. William Kennedy is hauling lumbal! ?,/ for a new house. Earl Lewis and Miss May Gilbert was married last Wednesday. Some one shot Dr. Herriford's coH in the hip with a gun or revolver oni night last week. Whether it was donj On purpose or not he does not knowi However, there are too many boy* around town carrying guns and shoot ing along the highway. Such conduct should be looked after by the authorW ties. IS REFERRED TO GRAND JURY l.f William Parsons of Burlington was re visiting relatives here over Sunday. (-.• He is mall clerk and runs from Bur-' lington to Chicago. Mrs. D. B. Wirt came home Satur day from a visit In Indiana. W. D. Loftlss is repairing the Od4 Fellows' property in Douds. Lee Co^ will move into it as soon as completed./: 5-'" HAYS WAIVES FURTHER EXAM^ NATION AT CLOSE OF THE) STATE'S TESTIMONY The case of the state of Iowa against John Hays was given a preliminary hearing yesterday in Justice Ayres* oourt. Hays was turned over to the-? grand jury for consideration by that' body. „'t' Hays is charged with assault wltlv Intent to commit murder. He, It is alleged while In an altercation witbe John w. Canady, an old soldier aged 67 years, is said to have struck Can-.. ady over the head with a dinner-pail causing a scalp wound which it 1* claimed developed Into blood poison* ing from which Canady is said to hav» died. At the close of the state's evidences REAL ESTATE TRAN8FERS. Furnished by Ottumwa Title and Lean Co., Summers Building, Corner Court and Second Streets. Williams, A. B., to Allen V. Day—Lots 187 and 188, 'if. ft Williams' Park- addition, Ot tumwa $2,04(1.00 Hollingsworth, J. P., et al, to 1 given In the hearing of the case yes^' terday, the defendant through his at torneys waived further examinations and has been held to the grand Jury/ the charge having not aB yet been de*! tarmined on by the Justice. The bond) has not been changed and the defend^ ant is at large on the bond previously^ given. E L. and R. L. Scott (Q. C. *v--~ p.)—Part SW. sec. -v tl-14 SsaSMJCT: Hollingsworth, H. C. to B. L. and P. L- Scott—Same as above 1.0Q.