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Clothes Store* MARTIN'S The Green Front 211 East Main DRAIN TILE For prioos and information write OTTUMWA BRICK & CONSTRUCTION CO, OTTUMWA, IOWA tTrl-Weekly Courier CHANGING ADDRESSES. Subscribers wishing theSr addrew 1 changed will please give th name oi [the Poatoffice to which the paper ha« Ifceen sent a» well a* the Poatofflca •where they desire It to be changed ta LCOAL NEWS ITEMS tVom Tuesday's Dally. Neasham sella the best watches. Putnam Fadeless Dyes, 3 for 26c, fct Sargent's. Wanted—Good correspondents at I-Iayesvllle, Hocking, Fremont, Pella land West Point. Address Editorial Department for terms. This weather makes you think of jboes. We have most anything you trail for. Low shoes, high shoes, but ton shoes, lace shoes and overshoes, Mid we invariably save you money. Watch us. Church Shoe Co., South Bide. Save your oane seed. We want all the good, bright cane seed we can gn(. Ottumwa Seed Co. Triceps Canning Compound at Sar- f.'s, 3 for 25c. iss Ruth Berry of I Eddyville was a per in Ottumwa today. ,1. C. Brouhard, J. H. Johnson, George Killlan and Attorney Henry •Taylor, all of Bloomfleld. returned home through Ottumwa this morning from attending court In Fairfield. King's Dewdrop Hoof Ointment at Sargent's. Mrs. M. A. Akers and son Harold of feldyville who have been visiting rela tives at Frederic passed through the tity yesterday en route home. Mrs. Frank Misse of Albia was a chopper in Ottumwa yesterday. Diamond Dyes, 3 for 25c, at Sar gent's. Mrs. H. W. Rich of Selma was a shopper in the city yesterday. Mrs. E. S. Spurgeon has returned to her home in Fa.rmington after a W. H. Gardner of Fremont, Neb., has returned home after a two days' visit with his daughter, Mrs. James •F. Powell, 313 North Market street. Jit's All That the I I I I Name Implies "THE 20th CENTURY LAUREL," In all that goes to make a heating stove ideal for the home you'll find in the 20tH Century. I This stove burns soft coal or slack without smoke or soot. It is well constructed, thus insur ing its life as long as one could wish for. In fact, it's the stove you must see before purchasing any other stove. See them in east window. We trust people who wish it. I I MARTIN FURNITURE & CARPET CC. 232-234 East Main Mra. Gardner who accompanied her husband, will remain for a longer visit at the Powell homev Pinkham'S Vegetable compound, 6 for $5.00, at Sargeut'B. visit with her son Walter Syurgeon, 1714 West Main street Miss Arlio Coolidge has returned to her home in Bonaparte after a visit with Mrs. O, M. Schreinef, 421 North Green street. Mrs. B11 Overturf and Mrs. Frank Baker of Agency were in Ottumwa yesterday. From Wednesday's Daily. Mrs. Fannie Roob of Albia was a business visitor in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Bearden of Bloomfleld were visitors In the city today enroute home from Omaha and Vlllisca, where they have been vlBit lng relatives. Mrs. Bernard Allott and son Jack of Kirksville, Mo., are in the city viBli lng Mrs. AUott'B mother. Mrs. Alice Dorn, 574 West Fourth street and her sister, Mra. Don Wilson, west of the city. Mrs. G. M. Clark and Miss Myrtle Jenkins of Chilllcothe were shopping in Ottumwa yesterday. Miss Tillle NewqulBt of Dudley was a shopper in Ottumwa esterday. Mrs. Grant AVare of HJldon vwas a business visitor in Ottumwa yesterday. her home in Promise City, after a visit with her mother, Mrs. H. Connelly, 1001 East Main street.' Mrs. E. Mathis of Agenoy was a vis itor in Ottumwa yesterday. Mrs. Ellen Johnston and Mias Grace Johnston of Bloomfleld have gone to Seattle, Wash., to visit relatives. WEST POINT. 4 West Point.—The many friends of Robert R. Smith will be grieved to hear of his death at Dallas City, 111., Sunday Oct. 2. Mr. Smith was born nfear Dallas City. 111., but was a resi dent of this vicinity for three years. About: a year ago he sold his farm here on account of poor health and moved to Dallas City. He leaves a young wife and two children to mourn tboir loss. Mrs. Henry Mehl and daughter Miss Clara returned from Keokuk this week having attended the street fair for sev eral days. Miss Lir.zle Kemper returned Friday from a ton day's visit In Des Moines. Mrs. Robt. Gardner and children, Violet and Gertrude are spending the week In Des Moines with Mrs. Gard ner's mother Mrs. Courtright. Mr*. Chas. JTartin is a guest of Fort Madison friends. H, J. Shcoeder of Fort Madison was a business visitor Saturday. The marriage of Jos. Kramer of Ft. Madison and Miss Mury Leifer of near West Point -will occur at St. Mary's church Tuesday Oct. 12, also the Marriage of Fred Buechell of near Ft. Madison and Miss Ida Boeklenkamp of West Point will take 'dace at St. Mary's church Wednesday Oct. 13. Mrs. Esther Stucky and daughter Miss Mayme returned from a visit with Mrs. Frank Froga of Ft Madison. Mrs. Minnie Totter of Ft. Madison was a. recent guest of her father. Miss Sylvia Sheets loft Friday for an indefinite stay at Milton, la. Mrs. Dan Sweeney and two sons of Burlington. Iowa., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson. EDDYVILLE. 4i Eddyville.—Mrs. Sarah J. Moffatt sold her eighty acre farm, six miles east of town, to Dikestraw brothers of Otley, for the sum of $145 per acre, or a total of $11,600. The possession in to be given March 1st, next. Dike straw brothers are the same parties who purchased another farm in the locality east of town last week for $145 per acre, the price of which was erroneously reported last week as $140 per acre. Postmaster J. M. Crosson has pur chased the Mrs. Hines farm of 147 acres, five miles southeast of town, and will take possession next March. Dr. C. L. Stafford of Grinnell, dis trict superintendent of the M. E. church, preached at the M. E. church Saturday night and Sunday forenoon. On Sunday evening the Methodist and the Congregational people held a union service at the Congregational church. A short talk was made by Pas tor Chas. Seeds of the M. E. church, but the principal address was made by the Congregational pastor, Rev. Lucy W. Carter. Quite a good sized congregation was in attendance Sun day evening to hear the sermon, which was an excellent one. Mrs. A. J. Templeton of Fort Mor gan, Colo., Is visiting her father, A. Hiltahidel. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wilson of Gallup, N. M., are visiting Mrs. Wilson's brother, D. H. Cowan. Mrs. Gertie Sackett of Nebraska and Mrs. Mary E. Knox of Centerville, who has been in Nebraska and at Seattle and other points in the west, have ter minated a visit with the latter's sis ter, Mrs. L. V. Terrell, and have gone to the L. Sackett home at Columbia, for a visit Mrs. Vena Miller fcf Omaha, Neb., after a short visit at the B. W. DeTar and Abe Stuber homes, has gone out to the J. M. Blake home for a visit. Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Will Knox of Ottumwa were over Sunday guests of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson. Chas. Gorham and son, Paul, have returned to their home at Zearing aft er paying a visit to their friend, Will Hankins. Misses Hettie and Lucy Warden of Ottumwa spent Sunday with their sis ter, Mrs. S. C. Brown. Miss Fern Shields of Albia spent Sunday with her cousin, Miss Jennie Shields. Miss Grace Grant returned Mon day morning from a two days' visit with her aunt, Mrs. M. F. Snow in Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. John Slemmons and daughter. Miss Daisy, who had been Lvisiting Dress Goods 28-inch Plaid Dress Goods, in Red, Blue. Brown and Green, for children's dresee-, sale priee-. I jC 30»lncb Plaids and Plain Dress Goods in all colorst *jr sale price ... jQ 50c grade of Dress Goods 36 and 45»" In ones wide, in all eolors, in Check Plaids and &trlpes( in Bale price $1.00 grade of Wool Skirtings, 50 inches wide, In Blue, Grey, £n Brown and Green, sale price, i, 0 jC $1.60 grade of 54-inch Bootch Broad cloth in plaids and oheokB for skirts and suits, sale price Ladies'and Children's Underwear 25c grade of Ladies' Fleeced Pants Sale price 50c grade of Ladies' Fleeced Union Suits $1.00 grade of. Ladies' Fleeced Union Suits, Sale price $1.00 grade of Ladies' Wool Vests, Sale price 25c grade of Children's Fleeced Union Suits, sizes 4 to 14, Sale price 25c grade of Ladies' all wool hose Sale price Ottumwa Monday to spend a few days with relatives there. Mrs. Theodore Inskeep of Ottumwa, who had been spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. A. H. Latimer, at Union, returned to Eddyville Sunday night and is spending a week or two with her father, H. G. True, befor& proceeding to her home In Ottumwa. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Vance and little daughter Esther spent Sunday with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. N.-B. Hol loway at Oskaloosa. Mrs. Carl Powell and sister, Miss Callle Gibson, are spending a few weeks with relatives at Iowa City. Mrs. L. Middlesworth visited over Sunday with her daughter, Mra. John Wright, in Oskaloosa. Oscar Hartman and family, who are moving from Valley Junction to Sibley were recent guests of Mr. Hartman's father, A. Hartman. Misses Fay Watkins and Ruth Mor ris returned Sunday night from a short visit at Oskaloosa and Beacon with relatives and friends. They were accompanied to Oskaloosa Saturday by the former's uncle, G. Walters, of Illinois, who is visiting here. FARSON. Farson.—C. B. Baldwin and C. L. (Dickins Mrs. A. W. Riggs, went to of Hedrick came home from 1 Moline, 111., last Thursday, where Blankets at a big Saving to You 5oc Blankets ..39c & 1.25Blankets 98c 2.00 Blankets 1.48 4.25 \A/ool Finished Fancy *...3.^25 S.OO All Wool fancy Blankets 3.98 Ladies' Suits in Fancy Wool Weaves in black, drabr brown and green, satin lined, braid and button re a a $16.50. Sale price $10.95 15c 39c 79c 79c 19c 19c Mr. Baldwin purchased a fine automo bile. Clyde Dickey left Sunday morning on No. 3 for Omaha. H. H. Dickins was a passenger to Ottumwa Monday. Mrs. James Covey and son Joseph left Saturday for a visit with rela tives and friends at Buxton and White City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKinzie were Ottumwa callers Monday. R. L. Pratt left Sunday even ing on No. 8 for Chicago, where he will Visit for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dickins return ed home Monday evening from their trip through the west They visited several places of interest in Canada, California and Colorado and also at tended the Seattle exposition. Miss Bessie Hadley, who Is teaching school at this place, spent Sunday at her home near Bidwell. Mrs. L. D. Glass of Fairfield and Mrs. Peck of Ottumwa who have been visiting at the home of G. Whittington left for their homes Sunday morn ing. Rev. Scott of Oskaloosa preached at the M. E. church Sunday morning. There will be preaching services next Sunday evening. The minister ap pointed by conference is expected to be here at that time. Quite a number from this place at tended the social held at Competine Saturday evening. The Greatest Values Ever Given in the City Are Given Here. 98c The following prices mean a great saving for you* We ask you to read each item carefully, then you will agree with us that we save you money on each and every purchase. Cloaks and At a saving of One Third the Regular Price Notions 200 yards spools of King's Sewing Machine Thread, sale price, p» 3 spools for DC 5$$ yards spool of Bastiug Thread, Black and White, sale 1 A price, 3 spools [or 10c bottle of Machine Oil, sale price jC 3 Cakes of Toilet Soap -j for We Pay Railroad Fare to Out of Town Customers Ladies' full length coats in black and colorsplain and fancy trimmed, satin lined to hipy 12.50,15.00 and 18.00 coats—sale price $9.95 1 1UC 3 boxes of Talcum A Powder for Men's Cotton Flannel Mitts, a pair 4-V ALBIA. Albia.—Miss Alda Atchison writes from Egypt that her school has been converted into ai boarding school and that she has a large number of girls under her charge. While the attend ance has not increased much, the pro portion of girls from the higher classs has grown considerably. A new build ing has given the school fine quarters for the year and has aroused the in terest 9f the prominent native men of Tanta. Rev. R. T. Aiken went to Indlandla yesterday to attend a meeting of the United Presbyterian synod. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkin Mr. Wilkin will look after the duties of a delegate to the synod and Mrs. Wilkin will visit relatives and friends. Tomorrow at 12 o'clock will occur the marriage qf Eugene Canning and Miss Florence Mercer at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mercer, north of Albia. Rev. R. F. Aiken will perform the cere mony. Mrs. A. A. Mason and Mrs. Walter Mason entertained the Bay View club Monday afternoon to a, social hour before their departure for Roswell, New Mexico, where they will spend the winter. 'Squire Lambertson performed the marriage ceremony of Jno. P. Jones $1. grade of Fleeced and Ribbed Union Suits, Sale price Domestics 7c grade of Outing Flannel in .all colors, sale price,..,. (R40TH.ee Men's Underwear 50c grade of Men's Fleeced and Ribbed Undershirts-,.- QA. Sale price 7 75c grade of Men's Gray Sweater Coats, Sale price $1.50 and $1 grades of Men's Wool Undershirts, *7 A Sale price 15c grade'*of Men's heavy part wool socks, a Sale price UJC Comforters at Big Saving to You 125 Comforters ...../. ...,..98c 1.75 Comforters 1,25 2.25 Comforters 1.4-8 3.50 Comforters 2,48 5,00 Comforters. 3.48 and Mrs. Mary Burton in his office last Saturday. A party of young people enjoyed a merry time at Miss Elders on West Third avenue last night Mr. McMillan, a former merchant of Hlnes, died at his home in Colorado last week and the remains were taken to Durham today for interment. He was well known to many Albia peo ple, being a near relative to the Clapp family at this place. The corner stone of the United Presbyterian church will be laid Fri day. A good program has been pre pared and the public will be cordially welcomed to the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Morrow have arrived at Albia to make their home. Mr. Morrow comes from Oskaloosa and has become the proprietor of the Hub clothing store. The First Presbyterian church will hold a series of cottage prayer meet ings, one meeting being held in each ward. Each ward hopes to win the honor of having the largest number present. Joe Shaw spent Sunday at Melrose with his wife, who is nursing a pa tient at that place. The first number of the Christian church lecture course was given in the auditorium last evening to a large audience. The Illinois Glee Club was the attraction. R. F. Dutton left this morning for 5c 10c grade of Outing Flannel qi in. all colors, sale price QaC l2^c grade Teazle Down Flannel ia ail style patterns, in Sale price ,, UC 7c grade of 36 inch Unbleached us in a 4 American Prints in all colors, sale price.... 3C $1.48 grade of extra large size White Hemmed Bedspreads, 1 10 sale price in. I. 12V&C grade of Flannelettes in I A all colors, sale price. IVC 17c grade of Serpentine Crepes for ldmonas, sale 1 I 2 k\\ a 4*0 Burlington and vicinity, where he will look after his business as a trav eling salesman. Miss Jessie Moore of the Albia tele phone force, spent Sunday in Oska loosa, the guest of her sister and oth er friends. J. M. Rizner of Kirkville, 111., is buy ing cattle in this vicinity this week. John Verner, coal mine inspector, came from Chariton yesterday to look after business at this place. The Misses Winnie Farley and El sie Plows of Chariton spent Sunday at the home of the former's uncle, Thos" Barker, of Albia. Miss Fern Shields visited with rela tives at Eddyville over Sunday. DOES HARD FEAT. Ottumwa Made Machine Climbs-Hill of More Than 20 Per Cent Grade. One of the home made Dain friction transmission autos, made at the Dain plant on the South Side, climbed Ot tumwa street hill this morning as a demonstration of what it can do. This is no little feat as the hill is said to have a grade in excess of 20 per cent The trial was given this morning by William F. Evans in charge of the machine, who running the machine half way to the top of the hill shut off and then starting from a dead stop threw her open, making the crest it rapid motion.