THURSDAY, February 11, 1909,
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Investigation, and now lie is directing
all the work of the department.
"It does not appeal to me that
Clara Rosen was murdered by a high
wayman with robbery as an object,
'.says the chief. "The theory thai crini
s/inal assault was the motive, I also
disbelieve, for tthe reason that the
poor girl's life was crushed out before
any such heinous crime could be ac
complished. It may be possible that
the mark placed on the ring by Miss
Rosen, lefore she had it -oduced to
fit her finger, m*y lead to th ultimate
discovery of the brute who comruii led
the deed. Then- are several clues on.
which" we are working that to men
tion woiild oniy ldard our progress.
We have examine-1 several ausiiuc.s.
Salem.—An excellent Lincoln pro
gram will be rendered at the M. E.
church on th,e evening of February 12
in commemoration of the Lincoln
A Masonic school of instruction will
be held at Salem February 11, 12 and
13. A number of lodges are expected
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams are
enjoying a visit with their son Frank
and his wife from Mt. Pleasant.
The body of Mrs. Joseph Kester was
brought from near Colorado Springs,
Colo., and accompanied by John, Or
lando and Mrs. EUa Kester Mathews,
two sons and one daughter of the de
ceased, arrived at Salem Friday even
ing. Funeral was held from the M. E.
church at 9 o'clock Saturday mcrnins.
Services were conducted by Rev. C.
W. Barber. Interment was made in
Miss Cora Kelley of Danville spent
a few days of last week with friends
at this place.
J. T. Ingrim returned Thursday from
Danville and following a visit with his
mother and sister, Mrs. Hannah In
grim and Mrs. R. M. Swan.
Rev. W. T. Butcher returned Satur
day from Olds, where he has been as
Bistingjn evangelistic services.
C. w. SiveteiJ. and wife departed
Wednesday to spend several months
In the Pacific states.
After a long illness Frank Lewis is
again at his duty of taking the mail
to and from the postofflce and station.
Saturday Mrs. Charles Noble came
home after a week's visit with her son,
Ed and family near Danville.
IUm Mar* Slaos
We've got too much Clothing and we don't believe that you have
enough. "We want to sell out and here's the way we feel about it. We
would rather sacrifice our profits and part of the cost than to carry the
Clothing over to another season.
It's Good Business lor Us to Do So
Buy Your Next Winter Suit or Overcoat Now—It will Pay You to do So
$25.00 Suits or Overcoats, now $18.75
$22.00 Suits or Overcoats, now $16.50
$20.00 Suits or Overcoats, now $15.00
$18.00 Suits or Overcoats, now $13.50
$15.00 Suits or Overcoats, now $11.25
_\o. 1—i'red Rosen, father of the muraered girl. 2—Route the murderer traveled-. 3—Where the murder was
but as yet have found no item that
would lead to iiiiy immediate arrests."
Overcome as they were with grief at
the untimely end of their beloved sis
ter and boon companion, thoughts of
revenge had little place in the minds
of Fred and Oscar Rosen, but now
that the first shock is over their first
thoughts are to find the man who took
from them the sweet young life wlych
was so dear to them. With Sanford
Carlson, the brothers are today consid
ering the best plan in aiding the police
to bring the search to a successful
end. The idea of employing a Pink
erton detective is also being consider
ed by the family.
Relatives Return Home.
Among the relatives who have
with friends at New London and Mt.
Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Fenn are at
home from their trip to New Mexico.
Frank Lightner of Hereford, Texas
is visiting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Colins of Stock
port were Sunday guests of the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Col
lins, of thiB place.
Dennis Cowell and wife have moved
to Mrs. J. T. Ingram's property in the
north part of town.
Dr. McClelland, district superintend
ent, assisted at the revival meetings
at the M. E. church Friday evening.
Miss Marian Becker, student of the
I. W. U. at Mt. Pleasant, spent Sunday
with home folks.
Miss Laura Knight came home from
Irving Cammack is seriously ill at
his home east of town.
Mrs. C. W. Pittman, Prof. Carl Kren
meyer, Dee Shriner, Misses Coe Shrill
er and Josite Jonts, and A. A. Banta
were Mt. Pleasant visitors last week.
Mr. and Mrs. He/sel of Fairfield at
tended the l'unerat of the 1 fitter's step
mother, Mrs. Joseph Kester, at the
M. E. church Saturday morning.
Dr. Wahrer was callcd from Ft.
Madison for Mrs. Frank Becker, who
is seriously ill.
Swift's Daughter Gets Divorce.
Chicago, Feb. 10—Mrs. Ruth May
Swift Eversz, who was left a fortune
of $5,000,0000 by her father, the late
Gustavus Swift, was granted a divorce
from her husband, Ernest H. Eversz
by Judge Gibbons today. The charge
against Eversz was desertion.
thus far returned to their homes after
coming to this city on their errand of
sorrow, are. John Lundberg of Mon
mouth, G. V. Larson and Misses
Artelia, Selma and Dora Lavine of
Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. John
son and George Sandberg of Swedes
Hopkins on Duty.
This morning at 7 o'clock, Joseph
Hopkins, government meat inspector
at the plant of John Morrell and com
pany, resumed his duties. He worked
the entire day. Dr. D. M. Anderson,
head of the government department,
would not state the manner in which
he would report the absence of the
inspector since last Saturday.
LARGEST NATIVE HORSE MAR
KET WEST OF MISSISSIPPI.
Auctions Every Other Thursday and
Friday—Private Sales Daily. Jan
to June is the Harvest Time
of the Horse Dealer.
A Change of D^te.
All dealers take notice that Thurs
oay February IS will be our next prin
cipaJ sale day, instead of Friday Car
lot horses will be sofcl beginning at
o'clock Thursday morning and scat
tering consignments will be sold on
Last week's sale was the largest we
have held thi3 year,,, and the size to
which they arc growing absolutely com
pels us to hold two full days in order
to do justice to our' consignors. We
simply can not bundle the business
o.ny longer in a single day. So in order
to injure a full allotment of buyers
and consignors for Thursday we are
advertising- Thursday as the principal
day and Friday as "cleap up" day.
I will publish this notice of
change/in date in a lot of pa
pers and will also mail out hun
dreds of circulars notifying all buy
ers that we will start promptly at 9
o'clock Thursday morning on car load
consignments and sell all day and as
much of Friday as is nwssarv. So
buy your horses to take .thd.n in one
day earlier and have them on hand
for Thursday, the principal da". With
two full days, we can handle more
horses and I will expect more buyers.
A I t'KM IH I
Hogs are 10c lower and wool is
slightly higher on the wholesale mar
(XI a. m., Feb. 8.)
These prices are paid on delivery of
products to headquarters.
Hogs, 120® 150
Hogs, 150® 180
Hogs 180 @210
Hogs, [email protected]
Hogs over 240
Choice fat cows, cwt.
Fair to good cows.
Good to choice fat helfern. per
Fair to good heifers [email protected]
Fv. sheep, pe- cwt 4.00 @5.00
Veal good to choice .. .. [email protected]
Springs 1% lbs and over
Wheat .. .. .JIVt!
Graham flour, per *ack
Corn chops, per cwt.
Shorts, per cwt
Bran, per cwt
rr corn, per bu
'R* ellod corn, per bushel
TTnv. per cwt
Straw, rier cwt
Chicken forrl. erou-o
Flour, per sack.
Corn meal. 10 !b. sack
Co and oat chops, per cwt..
Oil meal, per cwt...
TODAY'S MARKET NEWS
Grain and Hay—Street Prices. ,,
Butter and Eggs.
Butter, packers pay
Eggs, packers r.sy case count
Hide*. Wool and Tallow.
Kldes. No. 1 cured
No. J. cured
Hides, green. No. I.
Hides, green. No. 2
Wool, tub washed
Beeswax. No. 8
Tallow No. 2
Oranges, per dozen
Bananas, per dozen
Watercress, per hunch
Radiehes, two bunches.
I.eif let' "»ce. .. alk
Bet-ts two bunches for..
Onions, two bunches?-tor ...
Homo Grown Vegetables.
Butter, Engs «nd Cheeee.
Country butter lb
So'. Creamer- butter, lb
Kgsru. per r.ozen.. ..
Live, spring, lb
Dressed, spring, lb ....
O'.d hens, dressed, lb
Ducks, dressed, lb
Mint, bunch ..
Chicago Poultry Market.
Chicago, Feb. 9.—Poultry—Market
.. [email protected] 0
.. ,[email protected]
New York Poultry Market.
New York, Feb. 10.—Poultry—
ket alive steady.
Dressed Market Irregular,
Cocoanuts, each.... ........
Sweet potatoes, peck
MARKETS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Feb. 10.—Cattle—Market
strong to 10c higher.
Stockers and feeders—$3.30®5.55.
Cows and heifers—$1.90®5.10.
Hogs—Market 15c higher.
Bulk sales—[email protected]
Sheep—Market' 5 and 10c higher.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Feb. 10.—The grain
NO. 2 red—$1.12% @1.14%.
No. 3 red—$1.11® 1.13.
No. 2 hard—$firstname.lastname@example.org%,
No. 3 hard—$email@example.com.
No. 3 white—64%@64%c.
No. 3 Tellow—62%@63c.
No. 2 white—53%c.
No. 3 white—51%@58%c.'
Chicago Butter and Egg Market.
Chicago, Feb. 10. —Butter—Market
A1 mark, cafces Included—30® 33c.
Chicago Provision Market.
Chicago. Feb. 10.—The provision
New York Butter and Egg Market.
New York, Feb. 10.—Butter—Market
steady on top grades others dull and
easy prices unchanged.
Seconds—33 H® 34a.
Peoria Corn Market.
Peoria, Feb 10.—The corn market
CHICAGO GRAIN AND
0 5 5
WHEAT— High Low
May ..1.11% 1.10 4
July .. 1.00% 99%
Sept .. 96% 95%
May .. 64% 64%
July .. 64% 63%
Sept .. 64%
May .. 53%
July .. .48
Sept .. 39%
Fiour and Feed.
GRADED NO. 2.—
Ovster shell, pe." cwt
Olntn shell, per cwt
Estimated Receipts for Tomorrow.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
The following niarKit is furnished bj
I. G. Furman, grain and stocll
broker. Rooms 7 and 8, Chilton
block. New telephone. 118*.
Ottumwa, S. D.
Feb. 10. Feb. 9.
May .. ...
July .. ....
A. Copp. 7 7 76%
A. C. F. 60% 60s
A. Cot. Oil 60%
Nor. Pac. 1 3 8 138*
A. Loco. 65% 65%
A. Smelt. 8 7 86%
Pac. Mail 3 0
A. Sug. 1 3 0
Anaconda 4 6 45%
Atchison 9 9 99%
B. & O. 1 0 8 108%
Brook R. T. 71 71
Can. Pac. 1 7 3 173
C. Ohio 6 6 66%
C. G. W. 7%
C. M. S. P. 1 4 5 145%
Colo. Fuel 3 9 39%
Colo. South. 6 6
Can. Gas. .. 120% 119%
Erie 3 1 30%
G. N. pfd. .... 1 4 1 W 141%
O. N. Ore. 7 0
Ills. Cent. 1 4 2 141%
L. & N. 124
M. K. T. 43 43'
Mo. Pac. 7 2 72%
Nat. Lead 8 0 79%
N. Y. C. 1 2 6 127
Ont. W. 4 7 47%
1 3 2 131%
Peo. Gas. 1 1 0 111%
Press Steel 4 1 41%
Reading 1 3 1 131%
R. I. S. 24
R. I. 2 5 25
Do. pfd. 64% 6 4
So. Pac. 118 118
So. Ry. 25% 26%
Do. pfd. 6 2 63$
Tex. Pac. 3 7 37%
Union. Pac. 1 7 8 177%
U. S. Steel 5 2 52%
D. pfd. 1 1 3 113
Wabash 1. 18% 18%
Do. pfd. 4 9 49%
AVest'n. Un. 67%
Wis. Cent. 42% 42%
Ma-" wheat .. 111% 112%
July wheat 100- 101%
.. 64% 84%
Bonaparte.—Mrs. D. W. Carroll of
Colorado Springs, Colo., visited over
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Meek.
C. M. Lindamood, who was a busi
ness caller here several days last
week left Monday for Monmouth, Jll
Miss Irene Smith of Keosauqua, Bias
been visiting her Bister, Mrs. W. 1.
Kirk Bell has arrived from Pendle
ton, Oregon, for a visit with friends
and relatives In Bonaparte in Bona
parte and vicinity.
Miss Anna Mahler has returned to
Grinnell. Her brother, Frank Mahler,
accompanied her there for a short vis
Benjamin Ketchum is spending a
few days in Des Moines with Senator
William Seeley and family.
Miss Monte Ryland of Keokuk is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Mrs. W. S. Walker and daughter,
Evelyn are in Decatur, 111., being call
ed there by the serious illness of Mr.
The home talent entertainment,
"Snapshots" which was glvon at the
opera house Saturday evening was
very largely attended.
John Donnelly was in Ottumwa Sat
Miss Margaret Meek of Keokuk has
been a recent guest of relatives here.
Alex Cummins of Mt. Sterling spent
Sunday here with friends.
Mrs. Chauncey Booth of Farmington,
was,a Bonaparte visitor Monday.
If want anything' remember that the place
to make your wants known is in the
COURIER WANT COLUMNS
The price is very low considering their value
to you. Only J£c per word each insertion,
FOR SALE—A PEDIGREED ROAN
shorthorn bull. A. M. Kelsey, new
phone 113-W. R. No. 5.
FOR SALE—HERD BOAR, SIRED
by Chief Perfection 2nd, No. 45395.
Dam by Top Chief, 49361. Nelson
Havens, Linby, Iowa.
The following market is furnished by I.
G. Furman, grain and stock brokers,
Rooms 7 and 8, Chilton block. New
ESTRAYED TWO 2 ,YEAR OLD
steers. Coming three. B. Kosrrian. S.
Ottumwa, old phone 642-B.
IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN IN
South Dakota land homesteads or
deed lands or stock ranches1 from
$600 up. see or write B. G. Buckley,
HEAD OF GOOD
F. E. Berrier, Bata-
FOR SALE—I WILL OFFER AT PUB
11c sale February 16th, at 10 a. m.,
at the Harper farm, one-half mile
south of Shaul cemetery, 3 horses,
6 milch cows, wagon, buggies, farm
implements, harness, etc. Usual
terms. Emma B. Harper.
FOR SALE OLD TRUSTY INCU
bntor, 160 e.Trr size, good as new.
Price $7. Mrs. H. E. Rhue, Ottumwa
la.. No. 9.
FOR SALE SECOND HAND OR
gans taken in exchange on high
grade pianos. $5, $10, $15, $20 and
up. Arnold Jewel'-- and Music Co.
white oak 3x12x14. Can use car
load mixed native lumber. E. D.
Hinds, Ottumwa. Ia.
FOR SALE CHEAP—ENGINE AND
separator. 2 sets steel burrs. J. A.
White, West Grove, Iowa.
I will Bell at public sale at my farm one mile northeast of Kirkvllle, on
Monday, Feb. 15, 1909, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following prop
10 head of horses and mules, consisting of 1 span of 3-year-old mare
mules, weight 2,330 lbs I bay mare 4 years old, in foal, weight 1,680 lbs
1 gray mare four years old in fpal, weight 1,700 lbs 1 gray horse seven
years old I pray brood mare in foal 2 coming yearling colts 1 pair of
bay driving mares.
Nine head of Cattle 6 cows with calves by their side, I heifer, two
Thirty head of Hogs.
Terms of Sale $10 and under cash in hand..Sums over |10 a credit
of 12 months will be given, purchaser giving note with approved security.
Notes to draw 6 per cent interest from date. No property to be removed
until terms of sale are complied with.
Lunch on the grounds.
JESSE ROSS, OWNER
W. H[. Cooper, Auctioneer. Wm. Abcgg, Clerk.
Public Sale Postponed
THE DATE OF MY SALE WHICH WAS TO HAVE
HELD TODAY HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1909
J. W. ORNDUFF, PROPRIETOR
Farmers of Southern Iowa:—
I have loaned nearly ONE MIT-LION DOLLARS IN LAST SIX
YEARS ON IOWA FARMS and to any of you who may desire to bor
row money on your land I will make you the most reasonable terms
and rate o£ Interest obtainable In Southern Iowa. To tliOBe of you
who may have money to loan on the BEST SECURITY ON EARTH,
I will loan your fuuds for you or will sell you a mortgage at the very
best rate of interest obtainable, consistent with the best security, and
I will look after the collection of all interest and principal, when due,
without charge to you.
JOHN F. WEBBER, Attorney-at-Law,
New Phone 217-L Old Phone 268-R. Ottumwa, Iowa.
We Do Not Charge for
When New Teeth are Ordered.
New System Dental Parlors
Dr. W. Dunning. Opposite Ballingall.
to sell a farm
to buy a farm
to rent a farm
to hire a man
FOR SALE OF TRADE-HOUSE ANI1
lot. Inquire 338 South Moore St.
BIDS WANTED THE TRUSTEES
of Richland township will receive
bids for working the roads for tha
coming year. Bids must bo In by
March 1st. For further Informa
tion address F. A. Waddell, town
ship clerk, R. R. No. 8.
WANTED—POSITION ON FARM BY
month by married man. Call on oi
write Wm. Ancell, Dudley, Ia.
MACHINE SHOP—REPAIRING AND
manufacturing. Halloway Manu«
facturlnc Co., 20? 11. Second St.
WANTED MARRIED MAN ON A
farm. State how long since you
worked on farm, also age, wages
desired and references. House, cow,
etc.. furnished. Address F.3-B. care
WANTED 100 MEN IN EACH
state to advertise. $100 per month
and expenses. One year's employ
ment. Send 4c. in stamps to cover
postage or application blanks. L. HI
Streeter. 48 Rush St., Chicago, 111,
WANTED—A MARRIED MAN Tfl
work on farm by the year. 3 milest
northwest of Ruthledge. Address W
C. Arnold. Ottumwa, Iowa.R .R. Na
WANTED TO BUY—SOME SECOND
hand 1 Inch lumber, must be cheapa
New phone 771-K.
ESTRAYED TWO 2 YEAR OLD
steers. Coming threes. B. Kosman. S
Ottumwa, old phone 642-B.
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