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^5ii3|ESI*l*!lg* SgI SATURDAY, April 30, tflO. LOCAL MARKftT* PORKERS ARE HIGHER. All Classes of Hoas Show an Advance ol 10 ••—Oth Mar. b«U Steady. Aside from the 10 cent increase in the price of all hogs, the retail and wholesale markets show no change over yesterday's reports: (2 p. m., April 4».) H6gs, ia0«iB0 Hogs, 150@l80 f'2 Hogs, 180 and over Hogs, 830 and over ...-: Packers 8«10(i®8.85 'Choice cotti fed heifers ... ••™@6.25 Oood heifer* *"@4.7B Choice com fed cows 5.00£5.$5 Oood W6JJ.7I Choloe light calves 58006.50 Oood light calves .. .-•*BO®550 Heavy calves ,4.06®5.00 totn Mid Hay—Street Mo» Oats 88@37 Rye.. "®6(| Corn 55@«5 BSU'V.V.'.V .::... Wheat 90096 Hay. ton Straw .v'-j,*" »»0® Htdee. Woo! a«d Tallow. Hides, No. 1 cured *5 No. cured Hides, green Na 1 Rides green No. Wool, tub washed 80®32 Medium unwashed .. ... 2°®*8 Coarse, 24®-5 Beeswax -No. 1 |5 Bewm No. *r Tallow No. ,J Tallow No. 8.. •utter Flat. tirade No. 1 cream Orade Na cream .. Butter and tflga. Butter packers pay MrrA(C .Watercress per •wmch [I Cucumbers, each Tomatoes, lb ...•» ... Sweet potatoes peck Potatoes, bu Parsley, buqcfe Hint, bunch ...^« ... Splnash. lb •utter. Cfloa and Chses* Country b'ttt»r 'b Sept. creamery butter lb .... Egg* Per do* Cheese, lb i0rV Eggs packers pay case count 18% Hens, lb Cocks ... ,, Ducks, white feathered .. Ducks, dark feathered Turkeys "w1® Oeeso, 1*J .. Guineas, each Spring chickens Btags ..... MARKETS. Floor and Feed. Rr&ham flour, per saok Corn chops, per cwt ... Shorts, per cwt ... ... ....» Brain, per cwt Ear corn, per bu Shelled corn, per bu Hajr per cwt Straw, per cwt Oats ashel Chicken feed, ground W -»tos Oyitef shell, per cwt Clam shell, tier cwt Flew, per sack Cm meal. 10 Rr suk .. .*» Corn and oat chdp, per cwt.. 1.7# Oats straw per 100 ®*22 Barter .1? Oil meal, per cwt 1.75 1.60 1.59 80 80 75 V* Salsify bunch Onion seta, qt ... PM. •oft eoal ta single tons Sfe Smoky Hollow •.... ... .. Xfystlc ...... ..a Whit* ash ... Rsthbun ... ... Coke, crushed Smokeless or Pocahontas Egg, stove and nut .... Petroleum coke Coal, carried extra Coke, Milwaukee Solvay Coke, carried extra Bard wood 4 ft per cord Hard wood, extra, rer cut QSSOllBO ... B0 B0 4* IN •0 z,wu Prultai Apples, pk 40 @70 demons Oranges, per 22 l«l 15 IB SB B0 I S IS *R 20 20 20 Turkeys tneese^ W "24 Live spring, lbs Dressed springs, lb jj* Old hens, dressed, lb gg Dvcks. dressed. .. ™TS icj W 5 2 for 5 5 20 10 Coeoanuta. each Honey, comb Home onions bunches ... Rhubarb Asparagus, bunch pineapples, each Strawberries, pt ..... Beans, lb New onions Cabbage ..... Carrots, bunch ... Beets, bunch Onions peck Coffea. lb Via lb ... •agar 17 lbs. gran.... ... Grape fru!t, do* ... .. Malaga trapes, lb Cranberries, gallon BgR plant ... Pa:-ftnlps. peck SO e% 8 10 10 .. 45 ::uaSS Too •j 85 .. 25 10 TH .. 10 @15 S.B0 t.75 8.80 8.75 7.50 7.00 STEER CALL STILL WEAK. Moderate Supplies Move Slowly—Un changed to 10c Off—Down 15® 3Be From Week Ago. Stock Tarda, Chicago, April 29.— Big end of the steer crop again sold weak to 10c lower, but there were numerous hattdywelght and fat heavy steers which held the Wednesday level. Packer and shipping call was weak for the reason that supplies this week have exceeded consumptive outlet. Although the run has been smaller than last week by 4,000, killers have a liberal surplus of beef in cool ers, and thus have been in a position to dictate prices. Compared with last week, sales were down 15 35c, steers of value at $7,250)7.75, Bhowlng great est decline. Two fancy 1,250 lb beeves tnade $9. while best load lots went at $8.10. Butcher stock broke 1015c be low Wednesday. BuUs. however, were again firm and calves sold 25c up. Feeders met weak call at 10® 15c de cline. Prices had the following range: Choice to fancy steers .. ..J7.firstname.lastname@example.org Medium to good steers .. inferior to fair steers .. Fat cows and heifers .. Canning cows and heifers Native bulls and stags Feeding cattle, 8OO0 1,100 lbs 4.25®6.75 Fair'to fancy veal calves .. 7.50(0)8.60 Heavy calves .. .. .. .. .. email@example.com mm TODAY'S MARKET NEWS Receipts of hogs were estimated' early at 10,000, and latdr at 12,000, being Beverftl thousand below expectations. Speculators and shippers purchased eely early at 5 @10 advance, but around 10 o'clock' the market weaken ed a little, but flnallv closed compara tively strong. Packers. were bearishly inclined, yet their droves, coat 6@8c more than Wednesday, or $9.45@9.S3, averaging 217#24S lbs. Three loads sold to speculators at $9.66, averaging 246@258 lbs. Quality fairly good, with proportion of Underweights larger. Quotations follow: Bulk of sale? $9.45(9)9.55 Heavy butchers, 240@800 lbs firstname.lastname@example.org Light butchers, l00@230 lbs email@example.com Light bacbn, 160@190 lbs.. firstname.lastname@example.org Light light, 130@155 lbs .. 9.25®9.45 Heavy shipping, 250@350 lbs 9.60#9.65 Heavy packing, 26Q@400. lbs email@example.com Mixed ticking, 200@250 lb* Wooled lots went mostly at 50c premium. Horse Values Weak. Stock Yards, Chicago, April 29.— There was smaller inquiry for horses and prices weike weaker on most ar rivals. Receipts the first four d&ys this week totaled around 1,641, against 1,862 same period last week and 1,922 corresponding time last year. Smell southern chunks landed at $65# 110, while farm chunks went F. at $140 @170 Moat drafters ranged at $150@ 300. Mules sold downward from $300. Chicago Stock Yard Personals. Stock Yards, Chicago, April 29.— Lon Hutchison of West Branch, Iowa, sold on the market yesterday a load Of good 1355-lb cattle of his own feed ing at $8. Marshall county, Iowa, was repre sented on yesterday's market by J. H. Meyers with & load: of cattle and a load of hOgs F. A .Witt, with a load of good cattle, and i. A. Paul with, a three-load shipment of cattle. O. O. FOulk, Washburn, Ia.» was here yesterday with a car of hogs of his own falsing and feeding. T. "A. Morrison, Washburn, la., was here with a car of cattle and one of hogs. They were of his own feeding. Fred Pranschke, of Crawford coun ty, Iowa, marketed a car of cattle on Monday. His steers .were short-fed, averaging 976 lbs and brought $7. Robert Cato, successful feeder at N6rthboro, Iowa, was on Wednesday's market with Aome 1395-lb steers good enough to sell at $8.15. J. W- Blakely, one of the good feed ers of Galva. Iowa, was on Wednes day's market with heifers which Sold at $6.65, cows at $6.85 and steers at $7.15. Henry Kruse. of Goose Lake, Iowa, marketed Wednesday two cars of cat tle. Twenty-seven head of 894-lb yearlings ,sold at $7.85 and 9 heifers $t $7.10. W. D. Price of Ida county, Iowa, had a car of cattle here Monday. The steers sold at 38.25. This was Mr. Price's first shipment. It speaks w.ell of him as a feeder. A. A. Olson. one of the old-time shippers to this market from Roland Iowa was on Wednesday's market with cattle and hogs insluding 740-lb year lings which sold at $7.00. M. B. Clancy of Humboldt county, la., accompanied the shipment of his two cars of cattle and one of hogs. The hogs were his own raising and feeding, averaging 249 lbs and brought $9.60. RANGE OP HOG PRICES. Range tb* past 10.00 0.50 IB 8.00 April 23. April 24. April April April April SO «.oo .so IS mmMmmsM t\3 r\v3^« of hog values at Chicago for week with comparisons: Mixed and Light 1950255 lbs. 136® 195 lbs. butchers, grades, 9.20 @9.55 firstname.lastname@example.org 9 2 5 9 6 0 9 2 5 9 5 5 9.30(0)9.67% email@example.com 9.20(0)9.55 9.25 @9.60 9 3 0 0 6 7 27. 28. 29, firstname.lastname@example.org 6.80 @6.60 4.5037.4] 2.60(®4.0i email@example.com HOG CROP 16 SHORT. Improved Paoker and Shipping De mand Affords 5®10e Advance on Wednesday Level. Stock Yards, Chicago, April 29.— 1 LARD— May .. 12.85 July .. 12.20 Sept .. 12.20 9.35® 9.50 Rourh, heavy packing .... firstname.lastname@example.org Light mixed, 175&200 lbs .. 9.36g9.50 Poor to best pifs 60(2)135 lbs email@example.com Governments and boars .. firstname.lastname@example.org Stags, 80 lbs dockage head 10.00@ 11.00 Sheep and Lambs Weak. Stock YArds, Chicaf6, April 2ft.— Any change in sheep prices was to ward a lower basis. Moit lambs went 10 16c lower, while some were about steady, while medium lots showed 25c decline. Compared with last Fri day, most sh*4p were about steady. Best lambs were down 15@25c and medium ones showed 35@50c loss. Trade slow and clearance not made until late in day. Shorn wethers sold at $email@example.com. with ewes at $4@8 and bucks mostly $firstname.lastname@example.org. Shorn lpmbs went at $6® 9.50, with wooled ones at t9.75 and springs at $11.50. Quotations follow: Shorn Colorado lambs, all grades $email@example.com Shorn fed limbs, plain to prime .. firstname.lastname@example.org Feeding lambs, poor to beet email@example.com Wool lambe. all kinds .. .. firstname.lastname@example.org Shorn wethers, inferior to prime email@example.com Shorh yearlings, poor to choice firstname.lastname@example.org Shorn ewes, common to best .. email@example.com Shorn buoks and cull sheep 3.75 @6.50 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Chicago Live Stoek Market. Chicago, April 29.—The live, stock market follows: CATTLE—Market steady receipts, 15,000 beeves. $email@example.com stockers. feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org cows, heifers, $2.80 @7.50 westerns, $email@example.com. HOGS—Market five higher receipts 6,000 light, $firstname.lastname@example.org mixed, $9.30@ 9.67Vi heavy, $email@example.com rough, $9.30 @9.45 good choice heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org bulk sales, $email@example.com. SHEEP—Market steady receipts, 4,000 natives, $firstname.lastname@example.org Iambs, $7.75 @9.75. New York Poultry Market, New York, April 29.—Poultry—Mar a iv ad 2 0 keys, 12@16c. dressed market easy chickens, 15@21c. fowls, 15@20c. turkeys. 17@23c. CHICAGO GRAIN IkND PRODUCE MARKET. The following 1» furnished by I. G. Furman, grain and stock broker. Rooms 7 and 8, Chilton Blk. Ot tumwa telephone 1134 Iowa tele phone 539-R. Wheat—High Low April 2f April 28 May .. 1.08% 1.06% 1.08 1.08% July .. 1.03% 1.00% 1.03% 1.01% Sept ..1.01% 99% 1.01% 99%- CORN— a 6 8 6 7 5 7 5 7 July .. 61% 61 61% 61% Sept ..63 62% 63 62%- QATS— -•Li s* May .. 41%, v., 40% .41% 41%r July .. 40% 39% 40% 39% ','W •'''•". V• v.v": 'V^i »:,\'f!\Y. 88 Sept .. 39% PORK— May .. 21.40 July .. 21.76 8ept .. 21.82 88% 21.10 21.32 21.25 21.40 21.02 21.60 21.25 21.60 21.27- 12.15 11.97 11.92 RIBS— May .. 12.20 11.87 July .. 12.05 11.80 Sept .. 12.00 11.75 12.25 12.20 12.20 11.97 12.07 11.95 12.12 11.86 11.97 11.76 11.92 11.72 Car Lota. CHICAGO—Wheat, 8 corn, 28 oats, 118. CONTRACT—Wheat, 2 corn, 0 oats, 28. DULUTH—Wheat 19 last vear, 15. MINNEAPOLIS—Wheat, 113 last year, 86. Estimated Receipts for Tomorrow. Wheat, 16. Corn, 44. Oats, 128. Liverpool Cables. CLOSING—Wheat, %@1 lower corn, unchanged. .Chicago Butter and Egg Market. Chicago, April 29.—Butter—Market steady creameries, 25@29c. dairies, 22@26c. EGGS—Market steady receipts, 28/ 200 at mark, cases included, 17% 19%c. firsts, 19 %c. prime firsts, 20%c. Chicago Poultry Market. Chicago. April 29.—poultry—Market easy turkeys, 16c. chickens, 18c. springs, 18c. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, April 29.—The grain mar ket follows: WHEAT—No. 2 red, $email@example.com fro. 8 red, $firstname.lastname@example.org% No. 2 hard, $1.07%4}) 1.08% No. 3 hard. $email@example.com. WHEAT—May opened, $1.06% 1.07 high, $1.08% low. $1.06% clos ed, $1.08% July. $1.03%. CORN—No. 2. 58%@59c. No. 2 white, 62 63c. No. 2 yellow, 61@ 6l%c. No. 8, 57%@58c. No. 3 white, 51@51%c. No. 3 yellow, 58~i8t60c. CORN—May opened, 67%@57%c. high, 58c. low, 57 %c. closed, 57 67%c. July, 61%c. OATS—No. 2, 40%@40%c. NO. 2 white, 42%@43%c.: No. 3 white, 40% @42%c. standard, 42%@43c. OATS—May opened, 40%@*lc. high, 41 %c. low, 40%c. closed, 41%c July, 40%c. Chicago Provision Market. Pork—May—$21.40. Lard—12.25. Ribs—$12.12%. Rye—cash—78c. Barley—45@64c. Timothy—April. .$4.40. New York Butter and Egg Market. New York, April 29.—Butter—Mar ket steady Unchanged receipts, 6, 1°°- «r EGGS—Market steady receipts. 25, 500. Peoria Corn Market. Peoria, April 29.—The corn market follows: No. 3—58c. St. Louis Grain Market. St. Louis, April 29.—The grain mar ket follows: May wheat opened—$1.07. Corn—60%c. Oats—41c. BLOOMFIELa Miss Uela Durflinger of near Mt. Sterling, arrived Thursday for a short visit With friends before going on to Mystic where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Edith Ashton. a Mrs. Ed. Reeves visited Thursday with her uncle, Will Dodd, of Bel knap. Misses Audrey and Iris Burgess left Thursday for Des Moines where they will visit until Tuesday with friends and attend a few social functions. Mrs. Sadie Armstrong and daughter Mrs. Anna Lipperd of Glenwood, were in Bloomfleld on business Thursday. John Leach, who recently sold his store In West Grove, expects to move to this city next week. Miss Lena Walker of Moulton, vis ited Thursday with hir brother, Chas. Walker. Her nieces, Misses Gene vieve and Nadlne, of Williamsburg, la who are visitine Charley, returned with Wer. A small blaze caused quite an ex citement Thursday morning at the John Owens home, just back of the light house. It seemed to have caught from a spark which fell in a sparrow's nest in the eaves trough, as the fire burned from the bottom of the roof up. A hole about four feet mare was burned. Mrs. Ed Higbee of Pulaski, was a city visitor Thursday. Alex Garretson, wife and daughter, Laura, visited Thursday with her sister. Mrs. C. F. Davis. Miss Bertha Meridith of Pulaski, visited with friends in this city Thursday. Mrs. D. S. Hendricks visited Thurs day and Friday with her son, Will, of Pulaski, Friday belne his twenty eighth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Phelps of Moul ton, returned home Thursday from a few days' visit with their son, C. W. Phelps. Thirty-three c&ses of eggs on a truck were upset at the K. C. depot on Thursday afternoon. The damage has not been estimated but at the present price of eggs It will be no little sum. The eggs were shipped from Missouri to L. E. Goode. A bridge burned out on the Wabash between Glenwood and Moulton caus ed the passenger train due here at 10:65 a. m. Thursday to go over the Kl and W. to Sedan and down to Moulton on the K. C., making it about 1:30 late. A. W. Hesse and daughter Miss Lou of near Stiles were Ottumwa vis itors Wednesday. Mrs. A. G. Murdock and daughter Myrtle of Milton passed through thii city Wednesdav en route to Ottumwa where they -will visit. In the practie base 11 game Wed nesday between the Pirates and Tigers the former were victors by the score of 20 to 8. John J. Ethell has been chosen school director to take the place of Prof. H. C. Brown who failed to qual ify. Miss Jennie Ferguson of this cyy and Prof. Otto Pettit of Mt. Sterling were secretly married Monday at the home of the bride by Rev. F. D. Fer rall. This wedding will no doubt be a complete surprise to their many friend*. The bride at first dertled the wedding when her friends rushed Into the store to congrAtulate her but fin ally admitted the truth. Mrs. Pettit is a clerk in John H. Taylor's store while the groom is an evangelistic singer of note. Miss Kate Wish who teaches at Prairie City, la., returned there the first of the week from a brief visit with relatives in this city. De Witt Miller of Chicago has been engaged to deliver the commencement if JA iV •aims "«V -v ::?T*®V'Y''5iv 1 "fi.': t?-.'.'•.•••••„•!'•'.* -. 4 1 ottthiwa ooubheb address for the graduating class of this year. The date set Is May 20. Lee Hatton, Jr., has purchased tho old house on the S. E. Rowe place and is moving it to the lot Just south of his father's home. The prayer meeting at the Christian church has been changed from Thurs day to Wednesday evening. Choir a be he at el a er meeting. Arthur Wrav and wife living south east of town very pleasantly enter tained the Swastika club at their home Tuesday evening. a 4 RUSSELL. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Goodwin re« turnned home from Chariton Tuesday evening after visiting a few days with their son Cyrus and family. Mrs. David Long and little daughter of Osceola came Wednesday for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Murray. Mrs. Ed Lewis attended the funeral of Mrs. Rebecca Kinkead in Chariton on Tuesday Mrs. G. L. Jennings Is sick at this time. Mrs. G. S. Boyd and dafughter Edith spent Wednesday 1n Chariton. The Presbyterian Aid society pleas antly entertained at the home of Mrs. Mary Vinsel on Wednesday. Mrs. Sarah Graham of Albia came Monday to visit with her grandson Chester Shlrer. Mrs. Stilman Blanchard Is sick at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boyd and little daughter, Alice, of Des Moines, were spending the first part of the week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Woodman. Mrs. Jerry Cadagan Jr. Is very sick at this time. 4 mCHLAND. Word was received here a few the people interested David Smith has moved his family to Woolson, where he has employ ment. Chal. Chacey, who visited the par ental home last week, has returned to Grinnell. Clark Hadley, who was down in Misou^i and Kansas, has returned to his home. .Mrs. L. L. Foote is visiting in Des Moines with her mother. Mack Vastine of Monte Vista, Colo., spent last week visiting relatives and former friends here. Asbury Stalker was a business call er In Sigourney Wednesday^ Jesse Smith arived home Thursday from Roscoe, S. D., very much pleas ed with the country. Mr. Divilblis of Ottumwa was in the city on business last week S. C. J3rady 1B at home after a three weeks' absence. Miss Bertha Hooginakker of Pella is the guest of her brother. Mrs. Roof of Fremont is spending a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. I. M. Walker and family. Gilbert Evans came home last week from his journey over the coun try to visit his mother and sister. Vegetation of all kinds in this •*. days ago of the death of Mrs. Deborah Netfby of Salem, Ore. For a number of years she was a resident of this city and known ae Deborah Smith, pas toress of the Friends' church here and at Hopewell. •Marshall Fr&zier died Friday at 9 o'clock after a few days' George Trigg illness of the measles. He leaves a wife and two children. Rev. Cfcughlan conducted the funeral services-at the home. was thrown from his wagon last Thursday and had two or three ribs broken, which will disable him for some time. Friday afternoon a large number of in days with relatives in the high school were highly entertained by a program rendered by the high school pupils. On account of the bad weather Sat urday the Ladies' Aid society postpon ed their bazaar until settled v-cather. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. John McClure Saturday evening a large crowd of young people spent an enjoy able,evening in playing games and other amusements. Refreshments were served during the evsning. John Greenlee lias returned from a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. Kate Bergh is spending a few Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nordyke were shoppers in Ottumwa recently. D. O. Davidson sold his stock of general merchandise last week to A. H. Sells of Murray, Iowa, who has taken possession. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Hob son, a son. sec tion looks badly scorched since this last cold snap. Mrs. WM. Calllster, who visited friends in Fairfield and Brighton came home Saturday. Herbert Steel returned from St. Joseph, Mo., Sunday morning, where he has been visiting his father, who is having his eyes treated. Curtis Rogers and wife are spend ing a few days in Missouri visiting with relatives. LIBERTYVILLE. Mrs. Floyd Morley and children re turned home Monday from '.able Grove, 111., where she was called by the serious illness of her mother. Misb Bessie Cunningham and Miss Mary Enyart of Eldon attended tne graduation exercises in Libertyville Friday evening. Ray llison and Miss Edith Starks of Ottumwa were in Libertyville Fri day attending the graduation exer cis6s. Curt Vaught spent Sunday with his sister in Mount Pleasant. Miss Nellie Benson of Fairfield vis ited with HAR friend. Nellie Swanson, over Sunday. Miss Jessie Wray of Fairfield spent Friday and Saturday with relatives in Libertyville. The graduation exercises which were held in the Methodist Episcopal church Friday evening were well at tended. Following is the program: Invocation—Rev. J. P. Hehner. "Medley of American patriotic Songs" (Paul.) Class song. "Trees Famous in History—Ruth Davis. "Anne Hutchinson"—Fred Allison. Vocal solo, Blossom Land" (Elliott) —Zella Bond. •"The 1910 Comet"—Nellie Swanson. "V* ..* *M v4 t. ~i Ar* J4** Harness Harness Harness Some people may have concluded that from the number of harnoss We have been unlpading Ui the last rttonth that we were going out of business— •elllhg at coat, but SUCH 18 NOT THE CASE. Our harneat la sold vary close to the coat mark, and we still have a GOOD STOCK to select from, and are making them all the time, at FORD'S HARNESS STORE 110 8outh Market Street. If you wish to purchase A cheap Violin from $20 to 930 "you. should examine my LM ported instruments, being all reconstructed cy myself. These Violins have the best tone value which you can get ANYWHERE at theso prices. Strings and all accessorial in stock. J. Collingwood Violin Maker, 235 Eaat Main street, upatalra. LEGAL Proof of Will. State of Iowa, Wapello County, ss., in the District Court. To all Whom It may Concern: Notice is hereby given, that an in strument in writing, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of 0. G. Hutchison, deceased, was this day pro duced, opened and ready by the under signed, and that I have fixed Saturday the 14th day of May, 1910, as the day for hearing proof in relation thereto. Witness my official signature with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this 14th day of April, 1910. Geo. Phillips, Cletk District Court. Everything For the Horse Fly Nets, Bits, Saddles and every thing for the comfort and care of the horse. Wilson Carriage Co. 110 West Second New Masonic Bldg. Wm. Visser, AUCTIONEER. Farm and Live Stock a Specialty. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Albia, la., R. F. D. No. 3. Phone 481-J Rubber Tircing Is IF feature of our business. We use the famous "Firestone" tires, which we know to be the BEST on the market. Our charges are very reasonable for tiring. King Borse Shoeing Co E. Second St. TAKE NOTICE BREEDERS.. Damocles "63821" was imported from France in 1907, is recorded in the Percheron register 42360. Damocles is a beautiful black with a star In forehead he was foaled April 12, 1904. He is a large blocky well built fellow, fine style and action, good disposition Weight 2,100. He is said to be one of the best Per cheron stallions in the state, he Is a good breeder and a sure foal getter. His papers can be seen at our barn. Ask to see them. $12.50 to Insure colt to stand and suck. Forton II37406 is a beautiful Dark Bay stallion, 5 years old, weighs 1,900, good bone, fine style and action. Imported August 13, 1906. This is one of the best Belgian stallions in the state. Take .a look at him before breeding. His papers also at our barn. $12.50 to insure colt to stand and The above horses will make the sea son of 1910 at our breeding barn, one block east of the Batavia Methodist church, beginning April 15th and end inf July 1st Care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible should any occur. Removing from county or parting with mare forfeits insurance. Colts stand good for service. Positively no breed ing on Sunday. KOONS & SON., Sole Owners* "Jack -nd Jill"—Quintet, Misses Swansorf, Davis, Scovel, Boyd and Garber. "One Man's Work"—Calvin Scovel. "Bonny Scotland"—Ruth Garber. Instrumental solo, selected—Ruth Davis. "An Incident of i% p# W, 1,1-.# P.'1"'J"llJMiAl'MirW 'II1"H" 1 1 2:01% ",'i •.' y» 'M! to pacers, sire the Spanish-Ameri can War"—Floyd Frye. Quintette, selected—Misses, Swan son, Davis, Scovel, Boyd arid Garber. "The Best State in the Union"— Hazel Scovel. "The. Influence of a Story"—Loren Fishel. Vocal solo, "The Rose and the Lily" (Lange)—Ruth Garber. Class Prophecy—Zella Boyd. 1 .-M go down «i' OFFICE TOMORROW. Institute, Dept. 980, Rochester, N. Y. WANTED TO BUY YOUNG chickens. New phone 1257-L. ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE UNBIAS ed information concerning any town, project, section or Industrial condi tion in the northwest for one dollar. We have nothing to sell but infor mation. Anything you wish to know? Write today. Northwestern Informa tion Bureau, Dept. fi, Spc.kane, Wtirh. FOR RENT. FOR RENT—$ ROOM PARTLY modern house with barn at 427 West Ottumwa St. See W. C. McKee at residence or call 538-N. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—PURE BRED ANGUS bulls. Ed F. Oehler, Moravia. Ia. JOHN DEERE AND CASE. OLD Janney and Rock Island corn planter rnpalrs. Jas. H. Shepherd, Ottumwa, la. FOR SALE—NEW WAGON TIRES, all sizes, and iron tiles and culverts, rails and other usable iron. E. Sigel Junk Shop. 812 E. Main. New phone 1260-L. YOU WANT A FARM THAT WILL bo a continual source of pleasure and profit to you at most reasonable price. Send now for list describing over 200 farm bargains within 50 miles of St. Paul. Some of the most productive corn, clover potato, dairy and general purpose land in Minne sota and Wisconsin. And best mar kets in Northwest. Address Frank Fredeen, Taylors Falls, Minn. FOR SALE—S. C. JtHODE TP* AND r.e" eggs, 75 cents setting. $4 per 100. Mrs. E. A. Hastings, Florls, la. ." ., .... ...•-• •••.•• *,-.• England and Germany ARE GREAT COUNTRIES, BUT IF YOU WANT TO RENT A ROOM OR SELL A PIECE OF FURNITURE OR A LOT OR BUY A HOUSE YOU WOULDN'T THINK OF ANY FOREIGN COUNTRY. GREAT AS SOME OF THEM ARE YOU WOULD THINK OF A COURIER WANT AD. Half a Cent a Word WANTED. WANTED—CATTLE ANP HORSES to pasture for summer, 187'acres ex tra goOd pasture, living water, in closed with 4 wire fence. Contract before filled up. Prices reasonable. Phone Farmers Mutual, Bladensburg Or address Agency Route No. 2 O. A. Carter 6r C. E. Carter, old phdne 741-B, Ottumwa. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYE r. WANT ed. Write for Ottumwa examination schedule. Preparation free. Franklin WRITE THAT AD AND TAKE IT TO THE COURIER E O E A (35771) trial mile 2:13%. By one 2:29%. Sire of North, 2:17%, etc. Teddy is a FOR SALE. BLOCKY GOOD BONED CHEf^E* White fall pigs .either Gaelsure dro0 corn planter at great barcaln. See me at the Cross* Hay Tool Co.'s plant. M. J- GarlAnd. FOR SALE—TWO YEAR OLl Black Bird Angus Bull. Plum gO"d one. Guaranteed a sure breeder. of Nutwood's a fast, game and great race horse, and is now proving his true worth by being a great sire of fast speed and mares. Lockheart has a race record of Gov. bay stallion great quality of ftieed and Calvo Dare 2:20% by in the list. Second dam Music by Alcantara 729. sire of 118 of We have 500,000 acres lying in one solid body, at the low price of $10 to $15 per acre terms, one-third to one-half cash down balance to suit pur cbft86r This is the opportunity of your life to get in on the ground floor as these lands will more than double in price within the next six months—an spection of the property will prove that. Our company also authorizes me to guarantee for them that they will show to the satisfaction of all who go down to investigate Presentation song. Mrs. Stella Foster was called to Table Grove, 111., by the illness of her moTher. Mrs. C. Vaught and son, Robert, 8P«3L Funday in FatYfieid with rela times. Will Allison was a business Mrs. Ed Sellers and children Heft Tuesday for Table Grove, 111., where they were called by the illness of Mrs. Sellers' mother, who was greatest sons. Lockh4rt, race horses. Through his the blood of Miss Russell, Green Mountain Maid and Dolly, from whom de scend more 2:10 and better speed than from any other good of A 9 N (4230)—Improved Belgium draft stallion, 4 years JUNe 1, weighs 1800 pounds, and will make a 2200-LB horse when matured. Martin has all the good points required in a draft stallion. In form BE ID broad, square, close to the ground and well proportioned he has strong, clean, firm flat bone, with best of-action. These stallions will make the season of 1910 at the Point Isabelle farm. 6% miles south of Ottumwa. to it. see produce from five to twenty times as many dollars per acre as the best lands in our county. If they can't they will pay the railroad fare of all who Don't wait, but arrange to go with us on our grand excursion MAR and secure a piece of this land. For booklets and further information please address D. B. DAVIDSON dent W. A. Robertson. "When the Roses Bloom Again"— (Adams)—Class COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, OTTUMWA AND FAIRFIELD, IOWA. of Diplomas—Presi that ran off Mr. and Mrs. caller in Fairfield Saturday. Miss Nell Warren, who is a nurse in the Ottumwa hospital, attended the graduation exercises in Libertyville Friday evening. operated on. Pauline Clinkenbeard of Fairfield spent Friday in Libertyville. Joseph Hoffman's branded bay mare A A & 'Vlf 'iff 1 -$8 set*, vi \[t & 'y" 1 sire he gets of 2:08%. He Is the sire 15.3 hands high, weighs 1,120 of 14 trotters and one Sir Alcantara 2:05%. Moth Miller 2:07, Oscar L. 2:08%, Sure- foot, 2:08% third dam Flora Q. of Columbus 95, etc., Teddy Is 7 years old. Fee of each $15 to' insure. These horses be In charge of J. W. Roscoe, Ottumwa. Iowa, Route No. 6. HARRY J. RIGG, Owner. FLORIDA IS CALLING!! WEALTH, PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS AWAIT YOU ON THE KI8 SIMMEE PRAIRIE. Come -«rtth as to the settlers' new paradise Florida— and see the profits made in growing hay, grain, rice, stock and fruits. $30 round trip from Kansas City, Mo. We want you to come with us and see these beauti ful lands. -4 weight. 100 to 150 lbs at $15 to $20. SlOgW Comb Brown Leghorn eggs. $8.50» per hundred. Will Michael, SeinttM la. FOR SALE—3 ANGUS BULLS, 1 Y*J old, also 4 Poland China male*, months old, good ones at low prides.! Call and see them or write. F. F. Warner, BlOomfleid, la. NEwf FOR SALE—AN ENTIRELY wiuwr.: .v.-§ rg 1 Will furnish a tabulated pedigree nntfi certificate of registry. Highland phone. C. D. Giltner, Ottumwa. R. l.V SOLDIERS AND THEIR WIDOWS. Foi twenty-five years I have drmo pension work successfully. Write mv J. E. Houghland, Co. E 19th Iotvu Eldon, Iowa. FOR SALE—8 RECOHDEfr ANGUBi bulls, from one to two years aid. Good Individuals. Inspection Invited.. /m. Caylor, UnlonvMle, Ia. ANCHOR WATERPROOF CON rrete blocks make a house absolute ly dry and free from repairs. Guar anteed. Everything in concrete. Ot«. tumwa Concrete Tile Co.. Madison Ave. FOR SALE—EGGS FROM HIGH* scoring stock. Light Brahrrtn. White Plymouth Rock and Mammoth Toul ouse geese. Price reasonable conslde ering quality. R. E. Mowery, Hedrlck, la. Route No. 2. E N A O O N W E A lands—We have 10,000 acres In Crook county for sale In 160 aero tracts and larger, on line of Hill and H^rrlman railroads nqw building in to Central Oregon, Bust cheap wheat land in northwest. Write us for prices and particulars. MeCargar Bates & Lively, 815 Falling Buildin*. Portland, Oregon. FOR SALE—EGGS FROM £URB bred Barred Plymouth Rocks, 7Bo per sitting of 15, extra large, wall marked light Brahamas, pen head ed by 13 lb cockereil, $1 per 15. Mrs. W. C. McMichael, 1189 No. Elr.» St. New phone 921-X. ri 1J, the great brood 57 from Searles 2.07%, Lockstep 2:17%, and Nora pounds, superb style. First dam Calva 2:19% (dam of Victor Wilkes 25946, sire SHOWS pace trotters and 2 will *1 'A in lis 1 4 our lands, that it will last Thursday has neve? been found. When last seen the ant* mal was near Fremont. They think the mare is headed for the range. '&J Frank Kendrlck and daughter of Fairfield attended the commencement, program in Liberty ville Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Huffman AND children spent Sunday In Udell visit ing Mrs. Huffman's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berger. CLIFFLAND CHAPEL. 9 -4 Sunday school at 2 p. m. Preaching services at 3 p. m. The meeting will be in charge of Charles Pool and Allen Kuhns. You will be made weir come.