TUESDAY, June 1, 190S. :fT"
Hogs have changed slightly other
wise the markets remain the same as
gogs, 120 @150
Grade Ko. 1 cream
Grade [to. 2. cream
Hens, I \b.
Butter end Eggs.
35-, packers pay
packers pay, case count
iraham flour, per sack
•orn chops, per cwt
(horts, per cwt
Iran, per cwt.
'ar Corn per cwt
"tell corn, per bushel
j.y, per cwt
:raw, per cwt
ats, bu ... ... ....
'hlcken feed, ground 20 lbs..
lyster shell, per cwt
[lam shell, per cwt
The Ottumwa City Federation of
Women's organizations realizing the
eed of a resting place for women—
ot only for out of town visitors to
he city, but for women living In Ot
umwa who are tired and wish to rest
.while when down town or on the
streets—have fitted up the grand jury
ootn in the county court house for
A rest room and invited all the women
||nd children in Wapello county to use
$his room, when in the city.
The privileges of this room are ab
lutely free. There are couches, easy
airs and toilet requisites and they
ge womankind to use those com
,Tts there when in the city. Farm
/s' wives and families are especially
vited by those in charge to take ad
vantage of it. One may eat lunch
-here if it is desired. A table has
'een provided for that purpose.
Many ladles have already taken ,ad
antage of the room and below is a
artial list of some of the ladies reg
tered In the book for that purpose,
y^eginning May 15, 1909. Ladies from
nut of the city:
If Mrs. Annie Dawson, Des Moines.
Miss Lydia Lehigh, Chicago.
Mrs. Lillian Hilton, Harper, la.
Agnes Guggerty, Chilllcothe.
Marguerite Mangan, Lawton, Okla.
if Mrs. Agnes Kirkpatrick, Kirkville.
TODAYS MARKET NEWS
_iog», [email protected]
Hogs, [email protected]
Hogs, 210 @2 40
Hogs, over 240
Choice fat cows,' cwt.
Fair to good cows
Good to choice fat heifers per
cwt [email protected]
Fair to good heifers .. ... •[email protected]
fat sheep, per cwt [email protected]_.00
veal, good to cohlce ..
t'ucsaM.yhite feathered .. ..
Guln J. each
BprlMfehlckens IVilbs and over
|L#n and Hay Street
veil [email protected]
,• it [email protected]
jf [email protected]
Hides, Wool and Tallow.
j-, No. 1 cured
v* green No. 1
3-ty green No. 2 ....
U& tub washed ....
»m, unwashed ...
Fax, No. 1
3a .vax No. 2
fliow No. 1
/How No. 2
Flour and Feed.
THE REST ROOM
(JEW FEATURE FOR BENEFIT OF
/IRED WOMANKIND IN COURT
fl HOUSE A SUCCESS,
Mrs. H. J. Kirkpatrick, Kirkville.
Mrs. M. J. Glaze, Fairfield.
Mrs. J. C. Bequeath, R. F. D. No. 5
Helen Clayton, Oskaloosa.
Mrs. E. G. Grove, Fairfield.
Mrs. J. L. Seaton, Richland.
Miss Lou Gibson, Rutledge.
Mrs. M. J. Mudge, R. F. D. No. 5.
Mrs. Agnes Haworth, Pierre, S. D.
Nora Bergman, R. F. D. No. 3.
Mrs. D. M. Sackett, Chillicothe.
Mrs. F. D. Baker, R. F. D. No. 8.
Miss Margaret Baker, R. F. D. No. 3.
Miss Maude Baker, R. F. D. No. 8.
Miss,Anna Myers, R. F. D. No. 2.
Miss Mabel Chisman, R. F. D. No. 4.
Miss Alma Potter, R. F. D. No. 4.
iMiss Ella Procter, Blakesburg.
rMiss Dora Johnson, Blakesburg.
Miss Dottle Johnson, Blakesburg.
Miss Susie DeMuth, Bloomfleld.
Mrs. Maude Owen. Eldon.
Mrs. Wade Kirkpatrick, Hedrick.
Ottumwa ladies who registered:
Abbie Reinhard, Ava Shoemaker,
,rs. Belle Trump, Goldle McReynolds,
ther Smelser, S. J.'Pickering, Mrs.
A. Belmont, Miss Margaret Shftr
an. Miss Anna Brtiwder, Mrs. Hattie
[. Walker, Mrs. R. L. Thompson, Miss
elen Spaulding, Mrs. D. E. McCrack-
Mrs. Sarah Fletcher, Mrs: Lewis
aker, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Livingston,
W.' H. Robertson, Mary E.
'une, Florence Edgington, Bessie Edg
Aside from these there wete over
hundred who did not register but
^pressed themselves as being pleased
1th the room and glad It was there to
The women who have this room in
Cuarge have announced that they
uld be very grateful for contribu
ons in the way of rocklne chairs,
Flour, per sack [email protected]
Corn meal, 101b sack 22
Corn and ot chop, per cwt.. 1.75
OU meal.,per cwt Z.7I
Lemons, dozen 25
Apples, peck 40 @60
Oranges, per doz 20 @60
Bananas, per dozen [email protected]
Watercress, per bunch 5 @10
Wax beans, lb 12%
Green beans, lb 12%
Tomatoes, lb 17%.
Heme Grown Vegetable*
Radishes, two bunches .... S
Onions, two bunches for .... 5
Celery, buncn la
Leaf lettuce 7%
Cabbage, lb «...
Beets two bunches for.. .. II
Butter, Eggs aijd Cheese.
Country butter lb 22% @25
Sep. Creamery butter, lb 80
Eggs, per doz 20
Cheese, lb 20
Live, spring, lb.
Dressed, spring, lb.
Old nana, dressed, lb.
Ducks, dressed, lb
Mint, bunch ....
Weekly calendar First Christian
Monday 7:45 p. m., in the parlors of
the church, Semi-annual meeting of
the C. E. nominating committee.
Tuesday at 1:30 p. m., funeral of
Mrs. Grace Hall in the church audi
Tuesday, 3 p. m., regular monthly
meeting and tea of the Ladles' Mission
ary society. C. W. B. M. will be held
with the president, Mrs. L. H. Otto,
158 East Court street. There are 100
members In this society and a full
attendance is requested. All ladies of
the church, not members of the soc
iety are also invited to be present to
hear an address by Miss Mills, a re
turned missionary from Doegurr, India,
who will speak on India missions.
Tuesday .evening regular monthly
business meeting of the Christian En
deavor society in the lecture room of
Wednesday 2:30 p. m.. East End di
vision of the Ladles' Aid society meets
with Mrs. Claude Atwood, North
Wednesday at 7:45 p. m., regular
mid-week prayer meeting. Meeting be
gins and closes on time. Everyone
will find a welcome and help. The pas
tor leads. Teacher's Training class
study will follow immediately after
Friday, 8 p. m., a meeting of the
choir in the pastor's study. All mem
bers of the choir and all who wish to
join the choir are requested to be
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished by Ottumwa Titfe and Loan
Co., Summers "Building, Corner
Court and Second Street.
Wm. Hilton and wife to Scott
W. Hilton, undiv. 2-9 pt
W% SEy, 28 and undiv. 2-9
pt. NEM, NW'/t and part
SE% NWH 28 72 12
Mary E. and W. Christie to .L
W. Neil Liot 25 Fellows add
C. O. Arnold and wife to H.
T. and S. H. Overturf Pt.
Gov. lot 3 30 72 13
J. E. Hull and wife to W. J.
«&* sflViatka-iikiLjift- v£wJksl
Onions, n«w, peck ...
Coffee, lb •.
Sugar, 181b, gran
MARKETS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
Chicago Live Stook Market.
Chicago, May -31.—Cattle—Market
steady to 10c lower.
Stockers and feeders—[email protected]
Cows and heifers—[email protected]
Hogs—Market strong to 5c higher.
Light—[email protected] 7.25.
Good to choice, heavy—[email protected]
Sheep- -Market steady.
A systematic calendar chronicling
the events of interest for the week in
the First Christian church has been
complied by Pastor L. H. Otto that will
prove of interest to the members ot
the church and keep them Informed on
the various services and happenings
that take, place this week In the
church and among the congregation.
Neil lot 24 Fellows add to
and other considerations.
J. H. Burnaugh and wife to
Isaac Loy lot 4, bile 14 Smith
4th add Otta $1,650.00
A. T. Harrison and wife to
Anna K. Trowbridge lot 19
A. E. Hammond add Otta.. $600.00
Phill Watkins and wife to
Eliz A. Allen lots 3 4 5 6 blk
7 Agency $2,000.00
John S. Reno and wife to
Phillip Watkins, same as
Exalted Ruler John W. Lewis, E. A.
Manchester, Thomas F. and E. G.
Keefe, represented the Ottumwa lodge
No. 347, B. P. O. Elks at the funeral
held yesterday of the remains of the.
late George M. Wohlwend, manager
of the Garrick theater, whose death
occurred at the home of his mother
in Burlington, Friday morning last.
The funeral was held from the Wohl
wend home on Valley street and wa*
largely attended by friends, relatives
and by the members of several frater
nal societies, to which the decedent
belonged as a member-
VETERANS, THEIR WIVES AND
FAMILIES ATTEND SERVICE
Subject as Treated by Dr. Montgom
ery Proves Both Interesting and
Instructive Says There are
Yet Fights to Fight.
A large number of old soldiers, the
G. A. R., posts W. R. C., Sons of
Veterans, Guardsmen as well as the
wives and families of soldiers assem
bled at the First Presbyterian church
yesterday morning upon Invitation
where they were made participants In
a memorial service.
The fifth chapter of Judges and
the eighteenth verse with the topic,
"Hazarding Our Lives," was the sub
ject of the Memorial sermon preached
by the Rev. R. Ames Montgomery v*
"This chapter," said the speaker,
from which my text is taken, was
the battle hymn of the nation in this
hymn the desolation of the land and
the remembrance of the faithful is
clearly brought out. The great fact,
just as it i^as then, so it is now in this
battle of ours. Hanging your lives
upon the higher places of life is worth
Permanency of Union.
"There has come out of the strife
which the nation passed through in
the sixties, the permanency of the
Union. In the-war of '61 the doctrinal
principles of the Union has forever
been settled and there has come to us
out of our strife, strength and Inde
pendence of the common people. We
have never gone to war except with
justice to the people or for the earn
est cry of those for help, and we have
never lost a single conflict that we
have entered upon."
Addressing the old soldiers, the
"Gentlemen, you still have battles to
fight. Is it not possible for men to haz
ard their lives upon the fields in times
Still Fights to Fight.
"Upon this very day and very hour
whilst we boast as a great and mighty
nation, as we consider our great
wealth and commercial power, yet
there is springing up poverty on every
side of us. The great moral issues are
never settled, they are a continual
warfare men and women are living
for noble principles. Oh, for men and
women who will hazard themselves
for the common people and every
where do these practices become ap
parent. What we want is moi'e men
who have a love for service, more of
the ideal of. righteousness, more of
honesty as compared to those things
that are built upon graft.
Want of Good Men.
"God give us men of great hearts,
great minds, men whom the lust of
office cannot buy and men who will
not be unfaithful and who will not lie.
Men are called to hazard their lives
"Oh, men, rise up and stand, that
the wise and honest will repair in the
hands of God, and He will never leave
you, and will give you aid. It is not so
much that God is on our side, but we
are on God's side.
Ally With the Church.'
"Hazard your lives upon the church
of God. The church is an institution
which supports the moral interests cf
the community. There is nothing in
any single order that Is up to the
standard of the. Church of Jesus
Christ. The growing lads of this coun
try are copying the example from their
parents. There is no man that lives to
himself and no man dieth to himself,
and how long will It take the young
men of our land to come to a conclu
The speaker pointed out how the
Bible is the greatest of all books, the
word of God unto men. He went on to
say that in some homes the Bible is
not to be found and thus is never
"The church is the institution in
which Christ has given his name, and
to which the gates of hell shall not
prevail against," said the minister.
"There are»many discouragements in
the ranks all may fail, but the
Church of God shall go on. Led by the
courage of the great general, for Jesus
shall reign wherever the sun doth his
journey run. Are you going to be found
in the ranks? There is a great day
coming when every knee shall bow
and every tongue shall confess him as
King ef Glory. Will you be found in
the ranks of God when Jesus comes to
find his soldiers? Will he find you in
your place? Then put on the whole
armor of God and be re&dy."
It was a splendid and inspiring ser
mon. Dr. Montgomery is an eloquent
and forcible speaker and his sermon
left a deep impression upon his hear
3ominger Makes Splendid Address.
Agency, May 31.—The memrr.-ial
services here and at Round Point Sun
day were well attended. Mr. Romin
ger of Bloomfleld making fine ad
dresses at both places.
Salem.—At the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Parkins,
west of town, Wednesday evening at 8
c'clOck occurred a very pretty home
wedding, when their daughter MiS3
Lola was united in marriage to Clyde
Bunker, Rev. W. T. Butcher, pastor of
the Congregational church, officiating.
Only relatives and a few intimate
friends witnessed the ceremony. Fol
lowing which a -wedding supper was
served. The bride is one of Henry
county's popular school teachers. Thu
groom is a promient youiig farmer.
They will reside on a farm west of
The marriage of Ralph H.. Ford and
Miss Ida M. Long was solemnized on
Thursday morning at 9' o'clock at the
home of thj bride's Barents. It was a
quiet wedding, ohly immediate rela
tives and friends of the contracting
parties being present to witness the
ceremony, which was performed by the
Rev. John Long, father of the bride.
A wedding breakfast was enjoyed. The
bride is one of Henry county's suc
cessful school teachers. She was at
tired in white net and white serge and
wore carnations. The groom is a con
tractor and painter. Mr. and Mrs. Ford
departed at 10:30 for their home at
Mrs. Elizabeth Oldt, Mrs. Jerry Hog
gatt and daughter Mrs. C. I. Lashmutt
and her children visited at Mt. Pleas
ant last week.
Hon. Enoch Beery made a business
trip to Chicago Tuesday.
Mrs. Enoch Beery went to New Lon
don Tuesday spend a few days with
Miss Mabel Smith of Ottumwa. came
Tuesday to spend a few days at the
homes of C. Scott and F. E. Becker.
Leroy Ford of Mt. Pleasant was a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Long on
Wednesday and Thursday.
Friday evening at the M. E. church,
large audience were highly enter
tained with the graduating exercises
of Whittier Academy. President Par
sont, of Parsons "college, Fairfield, de
livered the class address. The mem
bers of the class who have faithfully
worked through the course of study
and eventually acquitted themselves
are: Inda Ruth Synder, Mary Iola
Lamm. Frances Monta Bicksler, Mary
Etta Knight and Everette H. Frazier.
A large crowd waa delighted with
the interesting and well rendered pro
gram at the open session of Whittier's
alumni at the Congregational church
Thursday evening, after which mem
bers of the alumni repaired to the
home of Mrs. Vie Evans Cook, where
toasts and responses were a pleasing
feature. The annual banquet was one
which will long remain in memory.
Mark Kirkpatrick senior editor of
the Salem News, who has been quite
sick, is reported somewhat better.
Prof. L. T. Hill and family have
moved to a ranch near Amistad, New
Dr. C. D. Rawhouse has purchased
3*0 car(es of land in Crow Creek, Oolo.,
and is well pleased with the country.
Thursday Mrs. J. W. Hawkins re
ceived the sad news of the death of
her niece Mrs. Addie Heinze Glaze
brook at her late home at Phoenix Ariz
Mrs. Glazebrook was 27 years of age
and has spent the greater part of her
life in Keokuk. Having been In ill
health for several years, she with her
husband and parents went to Arizona
in October 1908, hoping the change of
climate might restore her to normal
health. She was the only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Heinze, who with
the husband, Albert Glazebrook, and
brotHfers, George of Phoenix, Ariz., and
Edward and Jacob of Keokuk, are
bereft of a patient wife and a loving
daughter and a kind sister.
Memorial sermon will be preached
by Rev. W. T. Butcher, at the Con
gregational church at 11 o'clock Sun
day .morning1 May 30. Decoration .day
will be observed May 31.
Mrs. Payton and Mrs. Walker of
Burlington were guests of relatives at
this place last week.
Miss Mary Sutherland spent last
week at ths home of her son, J. W.
Sutherland near Moravia.'
.Ths twenty-fifth anniversary of the
Ladies' Missionary society was held
at the Congregational church Friday
afternoon. An excellent program was
rendered. Mrs. D. D. Tibbits of Fair
field, delivered the address. Refresh
ments, consisting of ice cream and
cake were served. The meeting was in
structive and enjoyable.
Mrs. W- A. Bliss and daughter Amy
and Miss Annie Packer were Mount
Pleasant callers Saturday.
Mrs. Vina Pope of Hillsboro was
guest at the A. Davidson home the
first of last week.
Granville Almond has been ill the
past three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Frary have re
turned to their home at Memphis, Mis
Mrs. Rosa Frazier has returned from
Ames, where she will move to the
near future. Her son Everett wni take
a course of study at the state agricul
Miss Mary French attended, ,as dele
gate. the state association of Women's
Missionary societies held at Cedar
Rapids last week.
Mrs. Myrtle Griggs and son Robert
of Mt. Pleasant were entertained by
their aunt, Mrs. A Saum last week.
Mrs. Belle Bennett of Denver, Colo,,
and Mrs. Ella Crew, of. Creighton,
Neb., arrived Tuesday to spend some
time with their mother Mrsi Rebecca
Mathews who Is ill.
Olivet.—R. Williams and wife spent
Sunday in the country at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Barthama west of town.
Mrs. W. B. Rogers returned home on
Saturday from a visit with her daugh
ter Mrs. Fritz Olson at McColby.
Mrs. R. Williams spent Tuesday In
J. S. Oldham spent Tuesday In Pella
The base ball team of this place
crossed bats with the Tracy team on
Mrs. Ted Corleyy of Oskaloosa spent
the week here with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. John Dolan.
J. L. Thompson was in Harvey on
Tuesday visiting his son Alfred.
Denny Kolerston and daughter spent
Tuesday in Oskaloosa.
W. H. Miller of Des Moines spent
Saturday in town with J. S. Oldham.
Gary Vasser of Leighton was here
on Saturday visiting friends.
Mrs. James Norriova of Leighton
spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs.
r.. Williams spent Monday in Har
vey with friends.
W. B. Rogers was a business caller
in Pella on Saturday.
N. A. Anderson of Newton was
town on Monday on business.
Libertyville—Frank Fell and son
Emmon went to Eldon to attend the
Emma Peebler of Batavia spent
Sunday visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Henry Hawkins Is spending the
week with relatives in Stockport.
Floyd Morley, Dave Tedrow and
Loren Fohber attended the horse sale
in Fairfield Tuesday.
Frank Randall of Central City. Mb.,
is here visiting at the W. pH. Riggs
Mr. Byers of Birmingham was a
business caller Tuesday.
Oscar Swanson and Wess Howard
were in Ottumwa Monday on ousiness.
H. L. Rodabaugh and A. E. Roda
baugh were in Ottumwa Monday.
Chas. Allison, who is working on the
C. B-. & Q. section, accidentally fell
oft ill front of the.hand,car while in
motion and was' bruised and severely
injured. Three ribs were torn loose
and the ligaments torn loose in his
ankle. He was taken at once to his
home and is getting along as well as
could be expected.
Will Gifford of Fairfield was a busi
ness caller here recently.
Frank Glotfelty and Harris, the
blacksmith, who formerlv worked for
Sam Huffman, have taken possession
of the blacksmith shop which was oc
cupied by J. W. Wagner, -j Vv?
ROLL OF HONORED DEAD.
The roster of the dead veterans In
the various cemeteries of the city and
vicinity has been compiled by tie G.
A. R., Cloutman post, No. 69, and the
roll of honored defenders of the-na
tion each year seems to grow longer
and larger. Several additions have
been made to the list since its publi
cation last year and each grave as in
dicated by the age of the departed
veteran, will be cared for by the re
maining members of the old guard,
who take pride in visiting the graves
of their comrades and doing honor to
their sacred memory. The list aa com
piled for this year follows:
Roster of the Dead.
A complete list of the soldier dead
buried in the different cemeteries of
Ottumwa and vicinity follows:
Allen, Johrt Co. T.. 7th Iowa Inft.
Alsup, Jno., .Co. B, 38d Iowa Inft.
Anderson. JOB. T., 4th Iowa Bat.
Albertcon, David, Co. F. 11th U. S.
Adams, Jno. P., Oth Iowa Cav.
Applegate, N. S., Co. E, 9th N. J.
Asbury, Benj., Co. E, 87 Iowa Infy.
Bishop, F. J.
Bissell, J. F. Co. D. 84th 111. Inft
Boughner, F. A. Co. F. 11th Iowa
Buckley, Thos. It.. Co. M, 3d N. Y. Cav.
Boat, Nelson, Co. I, 47th N. Y. Inft.
Bosworth, L. D., 14th Ohio Cav.
Boydston, B. F., Co. C, 28th Iowa Inft.
Barkwcll, Samuel. 7th Mo. Inft.
Bannister, D„ colonel and paymaster U.
Barnhart, Ira. Co. H. 124th N. Y.
Brown. Henry, Co. H., 12th 111. Inft.
Buchanan, Samuel, Company T, 15th
Bufflngton. H. V., Co. H. 91st Ind.
Bmkhfilter, Jj. H., Co. D, 15th Iowa Inft.
Brier, Byron, Co. I., 16th Ind. Inft.
Baker, J. C.. Co. I, 15th U. S. Inft.
Burnside, Frank, Co. B, 18th Mo.
Clark, Frank, 84th Illinois Inft.
Clifton, \V. II., Capt. Co. H. 36th Iowa
Clemmens, J. W., 17th Illinois Cav.
Caldwell, Col. J. W., Jst Iowa Cav.
Chapman, H. C., Co. A, 4th Iowa Inft.
Davenport, W. D. Co. H, 3rd N. Y.
Chaffee, C. W.
Coon, W. B., Co. A, 5th Iowa Cav.
CofBn, Thos. C.. Co. A. 7th Iowa Cav.
Cooper. Samuel, Co. E, 3«th Iowa Inft.
Cook. Ellslin. Co. I). Ifith Iowa Inft.
Devln, Goo. W., Adjt.47th Iowa Infantr.y.
Dodd Zachariah. Co. C, 18th U. 6. C. T.
Cowell, John C., Co. I, 101st 111. Inft.
Cloutman, C. C., Capt.- Co. K, 2d Iowa
Car, Sylvester, Co. H, 36th Iowa Inft.
Crawley., James M., Co. H., 139 Ind.
Dempsey, John, Co. A., 3%th Iowa
Davis, Edmund, 24th Pennsylvania
Doty, Orin H., Corp., Co. F, 1st Ohio
Daniels, Payton, Co. F. 52nd Indiana
Doty, J. F., Co. H.. 134 111. Vol.
Eastman, E. G., Co. D., 15th Iowa Inft.
Eckroat, Christian, Co. I, 17th lowo Inft.
lackers, F. W., Co. G., 50th Iowa Inft.
Evans, S. B., Capt., 4th Ark. Cav.
Fulton, C. E„ MaJ. 66th Ohio Inft
Fowler. F. M„ Co. L. 17th Mo. Car.
Floriday. Martin, Co. 1, 1st 111. Vav.
Oinhuni. Cyrus W.
A. H. Graves, Co. K., 10th 111. Cav.
Glhhs, E. M., 10th Illinois Cav.
Grnhe, Oscar H., Co. O. SOth Iowa Inft.
Grebby, Geo.. Co. F, Oth Tenn. Inft.
Gilbert, Samuel, Co. M., 13th Mo.
Goddnrd, Edwin, Co. F, 2d Iowa Inft.
Grebby, Wm., Co. K, 2d Iowa Inft.
Oalo.wuy, Isaac. 3d Missouri Cav.
Gallnnher, Calvin, Co. A 7th Iowa Car.
Gallagher, Wm., Co. A, 7th Iowa Cav.
Godley, L. M., Co. E, 22d Iowa Inf.
Goodall, W B., 1st I.leut. Oth Iowa Cav.
Gupton, Coger, 23d Missouri Infantry.
Hahn, Henry, Co. E, 36th Iowa Inft.
Harmon, Jos., Co. B.. 175th Ohio Cav.
Hayne, N. B., Co. C, 47th Iowa Inft.
Hawley, F. W., 2d Lieut. Co. K, 2d Iowa
Hawley, Jas., 2d Llent. Co. C, 47th Iowa
Hillsr. Levi, 1st Illinois Cav.
Holly. Eli, 13th 111 Inft.
Hoffman. Wm., Pennsylvania Res.
Hobbs, S. T., Co. H, S8th Iowa Inft.
Haines, Isaac, Co. E, 22d Iowa Inft.
Huddleston, Jas, 4th Iowa Cav.
Harriman, Wm. H., 6th Mo. Inft.
Hodge, David, H. 1st Iowa Cav.
Hammitt, Jas. M. Co. F. 7th Mo.Inft.
Hedrick, J. M., Col. 15th Iowa Inft., and
Brigadier General by brevet.
Headley, A. J., 17th Iowa Inft.
Hayes, Jos., bngler Co. G. 50th Iowa Inf.
Johnson, W. W., Co. F, 7th Iowa Inft.
Jolliif, Jas., Co. K, 116th Tenn. Inft.
Jennison, Merritt, 22d Iowa Inft.
Koontz, Alt., 19th Ohio .Inft.
Keeler, Henry H., 8th Missouri Inft.
Kelster, J. £.. Co. I, 11th Penn. Inft.
Kclster, Phillip, chief musician 36th Io
Kelsey. F. M., Co. B., 27th Mo. Inft.
Knox, Isaac, Co. A., 34th Ind. Inft.
Kilby, L. W.. Co. F., 147th N. Y. Inft.
Lapham, Delos, Co. H. 6th Iowa. Inft.
Lathrop, E. L., Asst. Surg. 10th Illinois
Lyon, A. E., 37th Iowa Inft.
Lewis, C. K., Baty. IC. IJ. S. Art.
Lewis, Dr. C. G., ass't surgeon, 30th Io
Mahon, S. K., Captain lflth IJ. S. Inft.
Madison, G. A., Capt. Co. K, 15th Iowa
Manchester, J. C., Co. E, 1st Conn.
McClelland, Sam, Co. H, 36th Iowa Inft.
McFarland, John D., Co. B., 7th Iowa
Miller. Wm., 55tn Pennsylvania Inft.
Mills, Robert, 11th V. 8. Cavalry.
Mosher, Abraham, Co. F, 7th Iowa Inft.
Morgan, David, Co. A, 7th Iowa Cav.
Michael. L. J., Co. B. 36 Iowa Inft.
Morley, George, Co. C, lpth U. S. Inft.
Mount, J. L., Co. 19th Iowa Inft.
Maples, Jesse, Co. H., 6th Iowa Inft.
Meek, Wm.. Co. I, 37th I6wa Inft.
Myers, Henry E., 117th Ills.
McElroy Thos. G.
Mallory C. H.. 111.
Nosier, Jas. H., Co. D, 15th IOwa Inft.
Neighbors, Rhenus.Co. D, 13th Iowa loft
Noland, Jasper, Co. K, 15th Iowa Inft.
Nelson, W., Co. I., 84th Ind. Inft.
Osborn, Co. I, 27th Ohio Inft.
Orr. Dr. W. L.. Iowa Inft.
I'omeroy, John, Capt. Co. M, 9th la Cav.
I'lckel, J. B.
Porter, James, Major 15th 111. Cav.
Paysham, E. L.. A:Bt. Surg. 10th Il
I'arrott, Jaibes R.. Co. K, 15th Iowa Inft
1'eck, Jesse, Co. H, 85th Pennsylvania
Pester. Thomas, Co. A. 119th 111.
Powell, C. C., Co. I, 9th Delaware.
Rutherford, Jesse, Co. —, Missouri Inft.
Serviss. Jas. L.
Swiggett, Capt. B., 36 Iowa Infti
Simmons,_J._T., Chap. 2S'h Iowa Inft.
Summers, S. W., Col. 7tli Iowa Cav.
Sargent, C. W., Sergt. Co. P. 7th Iowa
Saugle, Henry, y?j
New phone 301-L.
REAL ESTATE IN ALBANY COUN
ty, Wyoming, offers excellent oppor
tunities for investments. Address M.
7, Ulen, Loramie, Wyo.
KANSAS FARMS—WE HAVE SOME
bargains In farms for sale and ex
change. Write for list. Farmers'
Agency, Yates Center, Kansas.
CHOICE 480 ACRE FARM, S MILES
from town. Brown Co. South Dakota.
460 acres in crop, good improve
ments. Will take good city residence
up to $7,000 part payment. Price $65
per acre. Darnel Bros., Osceola, la.
Simmons, A., Co. F, 7th Iowa Inft.
Slmmohs, W. H., 8th Kan. Cav.
Smith, Zachlas, Corp. Co. G, 1st D. 8.
Sumner, Thomas, Co. H, 30th Iowa Inft.
8tephenson, A. 8., Co. E, 17th Iowa Inft.
Stoddard, John C., Surg. 56th U. 8. Inft.
Spllman, J. D., 76th Ind. Inft.
Baylor, L. W., Co. II, 47th Pennsylvania
Sutton, J. B., Co., H., 5th Iowa Inft.
Simmons, John N„ 36th Iowa Inft.
Teter, I. P., chaplain 7th Iowa Inft.
Thrall, 8. B., Asst. 8nrg. 13th Iowa Inft.
Trask, J. W., Minn. Inft.
Tinker, Isaac, SOth Iowa Inft.
Tower, D. W., 2d Lieut. Co. C, 37th lo-
Twedell, Edw., Co. I, 25th Wis. Inft.
Underwood, John, Co. Iv 8th Iowa
Van Trees, J. S., Co. E. 15th Inft.
Van Zant. Co. F, 7th Iowa Inft.
Warden, R. H., Co. B, SOth Iowa Inft.
Warren. William, Co. C.. 6th Ind Inft.
Williams, Gllman, Co. H, 3d Iowa Inft.
Wycotf, G. W Co, A, Chicago Lt. Art.
Withrow, Wm., 33d Iowa Inft.
Westllng, Peter, Co. E, 2d Iowa Inft.
Wylle, A. C.
Wood. J. Q. A.. Co. C. 47th Iowa Inft.
Watts, Madison, Co. K, 31st Indiana Inf.
Wood. J. Q.. 20th Iowa Inft.
Woo^, Jas. H., Co. H. 3rd Ind. Inft.
Wilson, J. H., Co. C., 15th N. Y. Art.
Zollars, T. J., Capt. Co. F., 4th Iowa
Caton. James C„ 50th U. S. Inft.
Crowley, Patrick, 7th Iowa Cav.
Dlc-kel, Morris, Co. D, 17th Iowa Inft.
Donahue, Francis P., 104 Coast Art.
Dougherty, Conn., 1st Missouri Eng.
Hlrschauer, P., Capt. Co. H, Oth Ohio
King, Michael Co. E, 4th Iowa.
Maher, Martin, Co. I, 3d Iowa Cav.
Muldoon, Hugh, 43d Ind Inf.
Potter. Nelson J.. Co. E., 89th Ills.
Scully, Patrick i3. 12th Conn.,
Smith, John. Co. I, 8d Iowa Cav.
Terry, M. M.
Winn, Peter, Co. E, 50th Illinois Inft.
Ford, Merritt, 7th Iowa Cav.
Harper, G. W., Co. K, 2d Iowa Cav.
Hartman. E. M.
Johnson. Peter, Co. 1, 74th Ohio.
Jones, John M., Co. B, 36th Iowa Inft.
Riley, John. 15th Iowa Inft.
Robertson, C. W.
Shaul, II. B., Co. D. 15th Iowa Inft.
Shaw, F. B., 33d Mass. Inft.
Sllvey, A. I.. Co. B. 36th Iowa Inft,
Stewart, Calloway, Co. G, 2nd U.S. Inft.
Wheatley, H. S.. 4th Iowa Cav.
Gee, Solomon. Co. E, 36th Iowa Inft.
Harris, Wm. S., Co. G, 51st Indiana Inft.
Dougherty, M. T.
Ketcham,. Wm. D., 15th Iowa Inft.
Ketcham, Jacob, Co. K, 15th Iowa Inft.
Leason, Alfred C.
Mansfield, J. T.
O'Nell Daniel, Co. E, 7th Iowa Inft.
Stacker, Conrad, 7th Iowa Inft.
Skinner. Sanfuel, Co. E, 36th Iowa Inft.
Wheaton, Daniel, Co. E, 7th Iowa Cav.
Wallace, Curtis, Co. E. 36th Iowa Inft.
Wallace, T. W„ Co. E, 86th Iowa Inft.
Aired, John, 86th Iowa Infantry.
England, Rezaktah, 86tn Iowa Inft.
THOSE FIGURES ARE NINETY-ONE. CAN YOU PUT
TWO MORE FIGURES (NOT DECIMALS) TO THOSE TWO
AND MAKE ALL OF THEM REPRESENT A SUM LE88
THAN TEN? READ THIS SPACE AT THE TOP OF THE
WANT ADS TOMORROW AND YOU'LL SEE HOW.
WANTED—WE REPAIR AND MAKE
screens to order and also we have
bee hives and other supplies for
sale. Ottumwa Bee Hive factory.
WANTED—TO BUT YOUNG CALF.
Call new phone 921-X.
WANTED—WE PAY CASH FOR
eggs and produce. Eggs 19c. Swift
& Co., 217 S. Union.
Harness, Hiram, Co. E, 36th Iowa Inft.
Harness. J. H.. 15th Iowa Inft.
Ogden, Dean. 15th Iowa Inft.
Benson. John, 12th Iowa Inft.
Edwards, Harrison. Co. D. 8d Iowa Cav.
Heckart, Christopher, Illinois Infantry.
Kendall, Abraham.. Co. E, 36th Iowa Inft
Kendall. Ellsha, (Mexican war.)
Kendall, Jack, Co. H, 124 Illinois Inft.
Highland Center—Dr. and Mrs. F. E.
Lawson were visitors in Fremont on
Mrs. Mary Knight went to Agency
on Wednesday for a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Woolms.
Mr. and-Mrs. O. C. Stevens, Mrs.
Rogers were passengers to Ottumwa
Millie Ragan, Minnie Bacon and A. J.
Rogers were pasengers to Ottumwa
Mrs. Lavine Mick of Hedrick wak a
visitor here Frldaj*
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reeves visited
at Leando Shoemaker's near Bladens
Misses Mabel and Ethel Emery went
Hedrick. Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams Marsh re
turned to the home in Newkirk, Okla.,
Ray, the three year old son of Wm.
leadland living northwest of here met
with a serious accident Sunday after
noon. The little fellow was in the pas-
FOR SALE—202 ACRE IMPROVED
farm, $45 per acre. 160 acre irti
proved. $45 per acre 208 acre farm,.
near town, $55 per acre 877 acrea«s'-«
well improved, at $65 per acre, will
take smaller farm or rental property
for part on this. W. H. Kennedy,
SEE ME FOR SOUTH TEXAS
lands, also have farms and town®?
property for sale. I have some har- v|yj
gains. JV M. Lepper, Florls,
FOR SALE ONE COMING TWf)- S"
year-old thoroughbved Shorthorn*.'
bull. Write or phrine Wm. Sylvester,
Highland Center, la.
FOR SALE- -48 HEAD OF COMING
two year old short horn steers. leO*
head of Angus steers, and 40 yearl-!*
ing Short Horns. For information^
address Box 484, Ottumwa, Iowa.
IF YOU WANT A GOOD SOUTH'*
em Iowa farm at the right price ad-"
dress or call on Austin Jay. Moravia,:
Dakota Corn Land
ture and was running the iiorses, when,
one of them kicked him in the face. A'
playmate who was with him ran ahd
told Mrs. Headland. When she reached
the child he was lying on his face
and the horse which kicked him was
Btandlng over him pawing him. Dr.
Henry of Hedrick was called and
dressed the wound which was. very
bad, the upper Jaw and nose beihg
crushed and broken and his teeth were
School closed here Friday after a
Mrs. Jacobs of Hayesvllie visited
with her sister Mrs. FranH Utterback
Friday. ....... ,r. -.j
Birmingham.—Mr. and Mrs. C. S..
Apt of Carmon, Illinois, are vteltirig
with their son, Frank, at this place.
Mrs. Chase and daughter of Port
land, Mich., are visiting their son abtl
brother, Dr. A. E. Chase and ftoally.
The Birmingham concert band w'.il
give a concert in ..he parte Saturday
evening. May 29, and will continue
them for four months.
Mrs. Minnie Campbell of Memphis,
Mo., Is visiting her parent!}, J. F. Mad*
dix and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Yost of Liber(.v
ville visited over Sunday with friends.
Milt and Ralph Stout received
extended visit with her parents.
Harley Graham is building a ce
ment crossing across the street touch
from his residence.
Dr. B. F- Ford and
Stop paying high rent. Buy a farm,
In Dakota, where the coll wilt
duce equal to Iowa, and for one-thlrd'V^
the money. Improved farms, $83 to
$45 per acre. Wild land. Nona bat
ter, for $18 to $20 per acre.
Dallas, South Dakota. Agents wan*WfM
DR. D. H. LEWIS
EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT
eNNIS OFFICE aUILDINb.
Hour*. to 1! a. BU to p. it
egram last Saturday that their father
was not expected to live and Ralph
went to the home at Thayer, Mo., tue
James Hill of Libertyville visited
last week at the home
Mr. and Mrs. David McMllieA are
visiting at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. Mary and Rev. J. S. Wilson at
James Ferrell returned Saturday
morning from a three weeks' visit with
his sister, Mrs. Samuel Bethert,.In
Rice county, Kansas.
Mrs. J. W. Young and children wont
to Des Moines last Thursday
returned Thursday froni their
a visit with relatives.
Virginia and Ohio visits.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gt&nque
Cleveland, Ohio, are visiting
Olanque's mother, Mrs. Chas. Olanque.
Stanley Kerr and Glrard Worktnen
went to Garden City, Kansas, last
urday to look after some
land In that
Earl Glaha has returned home
Kirkville—Last Sunday there was a"
union meeting at the Presbyterian
Dr. Wm. Abegg went to BlOomfl4M
Sunday to see his aged mother, who
Rev. C. S. Cooper spoke in the M. ft.
church Sunday evening to a crowded
house. His thence was the Anti-Saloon
Mrs. Samuel Brown made a trip to
Ottumwa last week.
Mrs. Anna E. Mc£une returned to
her home Saturday evening from Ok
lahoma. where she went to see bier
nephew, who was danxeroua UL
S. Cooler preaching
thj sermon. The exercises were partlr
cipated in by Rev. J. H. Lewis and
Rev. 'W. Lee Vincent. A large cMfd
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