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Sixiy ^s^~Fl^ty"s^x L, '1 li ... COCAL MARK riT* to HOGS SHOW DECREASE. Porkers are Quoted at Fiftcan Cents Drop Today. Cocks Down Ono Cent. Hogs show a fifteen cent drop this morning. Cocks are down one cent. (2 p. m., Nov. 18.) Hogs, 120(8)150 Hogs, 150@180 '6-'2 Hogs. 180#200 .... .... .6.8a Hogs, 2000250 '•"'••"•'•"Ha Hegs, 250@300 6.90 Hogs, 300 and over 1 O^Rn S A E 160 acre river bottom farm. Lies between Iola and Humbolt 8 miles from Humbolt, population ,2,500, 8 miles to Iola population 10,000. Mecadam roftd about way to each town. 140 acres in cultivation, 20 acres hog pasture and timber 20 acres in timothy and clover 85 acres sowed to winter wheat—ele gant stand, and wheat crop goes to purchaser. Good 6 room house, well and cistern, good barn 40x50, hay barn 40x80. Guaranteed no better soil in Allen county. Price $75.00 yer acre, and you deal with the owner. J. DfARNETT, President S'i State Savings Bank ir PU ,.I will sell at public sale at my residence 6 miles north of Ottumwa and 1% miles east and a quarter mile north of Salem church, on what is known as the H. H. Davis farm on TUESDAY, NOV. 22, commencing at 10 a. m., the following property: 1 Twelve horses and mules—Tiwo brood mares. 2 road colts, 2 and 3 years Did (full sisters) 1 3-year-old horse colt, 1 yearling horse colt, 3 suckling colts, 3 mules—1 yearling, 1 2-year-old, one sucking. Eleven Cnttia—Five giving milk, 4 will be fresh soon, 2 thoroughbred Jersey cows, 1 yearling Shorthorn bull. sh0» A Jew-Agricultural Implement* and other articles too numerous to men tion. Usual terms of sale. Lunch served by the. Ladies' Aid Society. v« ociety. C. G. McQOyf Proprietor FRANK GEPHART, Clerk W. H. COOPER, Auct. Apples pk .... Egg plant i«itucs ,,,, Grapes basket .. Pumpkins ....... Cranuerrles Pears, bu ... ... 6-s2 Packers •®*I2 r!holc© com ted heifer* .. ..*.50^ •».*« (tood heifers ... .3.25®4.00 Choice corn fed covs 'HDSlri Pood COT'S ... 3.08fllS.5® Choice light calves ... .......6 tinoA light calves i.Mf* r. 5f» Packers 7.60®7.R Heavy ralve* ...... 5.00 Grain and Hay—Street twites. 25@26 B0 35B3S 45U5MS 73# SO 45®4S Oats corn •»»»•. Old CO*21 Wheat ..... .•• Barley Bay, ten ... Clnv ..... IS^IS to Htden, Wool and Tall«w» nidec. No. 1 cured No. cured ... ... .. .•••«?" KMw, rrfen No 1. HWer. *ret*n No. 1 .......... Wool, toh washed Medium unwashed V»ar»M» tmwns^ed Beeevrax ?»o. 1 ......... iv-. SvV.' felkv. No. 1 ... ....«• TaHow Na ....... Beeewsx-No. ...... ... S8«R2S •c Ooclts Ku^tra 'white feathered .. k-it dark .feathered .. .... Turkeys Geese, lb ... .. Vfi v- r•• iffao*. each ..... ..... •, Spring chickens :i~\J 81 89 ti Sutter Fat. Ante Wo. HrM» N». cream ....^ ..... t' nn' Srjot- »1 •'i Butter, packers pay.. (fees nacVers p-'" ronnt.. 1 23 Pooftr- T*!eM pried are pate", to the pro l»nc®r. Hens l. 7 RETAIL M* itK.ETS. Flour fjhd F«e fral»ar» flour, per sack ... Horn chops,' per cwt ., Short's, per cwt ...... ... Bran, per cwt r.xr com per bu fShelled corn, per bu .. Hay, per cwt Rtrcw, per cwt .,. ... On**, bu .... .• IrVen f«»ed crouvifl Ins fVwter per «wt flxm ehefl. per cwt ... PTptir. per sack .. ... .. Pmn meal. 1ft W» aacK Corn and cat chop, per cwt. Oat straw, bale. Barley ..., I... 0)1 meal per cwt Apples, pk .' Lemons, flos Oranges, per dor. .. ....... I Butter. Efjo «r~ Court^ry butter, lb .. Poultry. CHICAGO GRAIN MARKETS. Kurnlshed by E. W. Wagner & Co., members Chicago Board of Trade, Rooms 7 and 8, Chilton Block. Ot tumwa phone 1134 Iowa phone 539-R. C. J. Kobel, Local Manager. WHEAT— High Low Nov 18 Nov 17 Dec .. 91% 90 90^- 9074 May .V #7% 95% 96 96% July 93% 92% 92% 93% CORN— Dec 45% 44% 44%^ 45% May ... 47% ...46% 46%-. 47% July .. 48% -.47%- 47% fcv 48 OATS— Dec .. 307i 30% 30%- 30% May .. 34% -33% 33% 34 33%','" 33% July .. 34 PORK— Jan .. 17.32 May .. 1G.25 LARD— 1.50 .. 1.45 .. 1.30 «0. 75 S5 Fft 234. L18. O •1 P! Crt 1.2502.00 IX 1.50 *5 i/2.10 Fruits- 300 R0 40 ?BTR0 tOfl23 rtfno 12% 40 HW iol thlnoed Voo«.tnhle*. ffatercrew. per bunch Htictimbers. each green tomatoes, bu rV"«tey. bunch tCh. bunch I S 30035 40 Srt •J Bept. dreamery buttrr lb .... E«rgs. per doz •$ Che«se. lb ..... ... ... :7 "Turtr-y* .. ..... Geeae. lb .... ... Live springs, lb Dressed springs, lb Old hens, dressed lb & Ducks, »i«e«ed. It .«*«•»• -elate, Quinces, pk ... Hub squash *...: 10015 Potatoes pk A. Celery Oranges doz 30®o0 I Calif grapes 10 JCocorniTtp. each fgpio [New honey. -omb 20 22% 13 15 15 17'j JRhi'fc«rh 2 bini' hes lor 1 Cauliflower, head 1502o Beets, peck Cabbage 5010 Carrots, peck Onions peck Coffee, lb Tea. lb Sugar, 18 'os Radishes, 2 bunches for ,^45 1® rgg plagt 2 -f? i**r -r A •fy -ri KANSAS A E ts weighing 60 to 75 lbs. 4 Duroc'Jersey male pigs. 100 Brooding Ew«s, Shropshire and Cotswool breed, 1 thoroughbred Shropshire buck. sr. NEWS -v, V.\ :'9 40® 60 11 If .. ...... W"*ll »•••••••*••, 10 ... 1.19 Chicago Live 8took Market. Chicago. Nov. 18.—The live stock market follows: CATTLE—Market steady receipts, 2,500 beeves, $firstname.lastname@example.org? stackers, feeders. $3.3005.60 Cows, heifers, $2.20®6.20 westerns, $4,email@example.com. HOGS—Market five to ten lower than yesterday's average receipts, 17, 000 light, $firstname.lastname@example.org mixed. J7.10® 7.50 heavy, ?email@example.com rough, :$firstname.lastname@example.org good choice heavy, J7.email@example.com bulk sales, $7.3007.45. SHEEP—Market weak receipts, 8, 000 natives, $2.2503.95 'lambs, $4@ 6.10. RANGE OF HOG PRICES. Range of hog values at Chicago for the past week' with comparisons: iv Mixed and Light 1020255 1^20295 butchefs. grades. Nov. 12. ...... 7.6508.10 7.6008509 ,Xov. 14. ...... 7.55 0 8.00 p^7.4O07^5 Nov. ,15 7.40 0 7.85 ^%7.25©7.75 NOV. 16. 7.2007.60 ia»7.O507.55 Nov. 17." ...... 7.20 0 7.60 ^v 7.O507.5O Nov. 18. ...... 7.10 0 7.50 "6.90 0 7.40 17.25 17.37 16.22 16.25 17.22 16.20 10.00 .... .9.55 .N.. Jan .. .... May .. RIBS— W Jan .... 9.12 May .. 9*87 JJ Car Lots. corn, 192 CHICAGO—Wheat, 18 oats, 102. O CONTRACT—Wheat, 4 corn, 54 o&ts A 5 DULUTH—Wheat, 82 last year, 209. MINNEAPOLIS—Wheat, 278 oats, 343. Estimated Receipts for Tomorrow. Wheat—21. Corn—234, Oats—118. -21. 1 Cables. LivSroool Ca NTG—Wheat, CLOSING—to'heat, off corn off. Chicago Grain Market.' Chicago, Nov. 18.—The grain market follows: WHEAT—No. 2 red, 92%093%c. No. 3 red, 9O092%c. No. 2 hard 92 %0 @95%c. No. 3 hard, 90094c. CORN—No. 2, 51%@52c.: No. 2 white, v.iW52%c. No. 2 yellow, 520 52^c.: No. 3. 51©51%c. No. 3 new, 47047%c.: No. 3 white, 51051%c.: No. 3 white, new, 47@47%c. No. 3 vellow. 51%052%c. No. 3 yellow, new, 48049c. OATS—No. 2, 303Ac. No. 2 white, 32%C?33!4c.: No. 3 white, 31%032%c. standard. 32% 032%" __ Chicaqo Butter and Egg Market. Chicago! Nov. 18.—Butter—Market, steady creameries, 24 0 30%c. dairies, 23027c. EGGS—Market firm receipts. 2,700 cases at •'market, cases included, 19% @22*Ac.: firsts, 29c. prime firsts. 31c. Chicago Poultry Market. Chicago, Nov. 18.—Poultry—Markflt steady turkeys, live, 16c. dressed, 22M c. live. 10c. springs, live, 11c. New York Poultry Market. New York. Nov. 18.—Poultry—Mar ket alive, easier western chickens, 14 015c.: fowls, 14015c. turkeys, 14@ 20c. Dressed—Market firm chickens 13% 016c. fowls, 13017%c. turkeys, 17© 24c. New York Butter and Egg Market. New York, Nov. 18.—Butter—Market easy: receipts, 6,146 creamery thirds to specials, 24 032c. EGGS—Market unchanged receipts. 4,500. Public Sale As 1 am going to California, I will sell on my farm, 1 mile north west of Selma and 4 miles south east of Eldon, on. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25 Vf, A.t 10 o'clock, a. m.. the following property: My farm, consisting of 220 acres. good terms. Will sell In two lots. One hundred acres well Im proved with living water and 120 acres first class pasture land ad joining. All hog tight. Come early and look tnis farm over. 44) head of Bteers, weighing 750 lbs, 48 head of yearling steers, good colors and good quality 1 cow, yearling heifer 3 work horses, 1 two year old Alley* 2 bsood sows, 8 shoats. 1,800 bu. corn, 10 tons of hay, 2 wagons, 1 buggy, 1 bob sled. 2 harrows. 1 corn planter, 1 sulky plow, 1 riding culti vator, 1 breaking plow, 1 corn sheller, 1 mower, 1 hay rake. 1 *et harness and other articles. On: per sonal property a credit of 12 months will be given on all sums over $10 on approved notes without Interest if paid when due. Five per cent off for cash. Lunch served on the grounds. Cooper & Trout, Auctioneers. Will Miohael, Clerk. G. C. AMES. •v 5 ^CLOSING OUTiHl I will close out at public sale on what is knowiKas the Henry Webb farm, 1 mile west and mile north of Nasby Corners 6 miles north of Agency, and 6 miles i'south of Hed rick MONDAY, NOV. 21, 1§10 at 10 o'clock a. m„ sharp, the following described property to wit: Two head of horses, consisting of 1 span of farm mares, weight, 3,000. Seven head of cattle, consisting of 6 good milch cows, all giving milk also 2 yearling heifers. One Duroc Jersey sow, with pigs. Farm implements and household goods in good condition. Twenty acres of corn, part in crib and part In field 50 bushels of oats 200 shocks of fodder straw stack and 20 acre* of stock pasture. About 100 hens, 7 mammoth bronze turks. Terms made known day of sale. Lunch on the ground.. W. Cooper, Auctioneer. .v-5.- LEE A. DOROTHY, Prop Wm. Williams,. Clerk. Peoria Corn Market. Peoria. Nov. 18.—The corn market follows: No. 3—50c. No. S new, 45 %c. St. Louis Grain Market. St. Louis. Nov. 18.—The grain mar ket follows: Wheat—May—97c. Corn—45%c. Oats—33%c. Chicago Proviatas Market. Chicago, Nov. Ifc—Phe provision market follows: .. Rye—cash—78%c. Barley—cash—60 0 83c. v. Clover—cash—$10013.60. Timothy—cash—$809.25. Pork—Jan—$17.26. ]rd—$10. Ribs—$8.87%. Chicago Grain Futures. Chicago, Nov. 18.—The grain future* follow WHEAT—May opened, 96%@97c.J high, 97%c. low, 95%c. closed, 96® 9«%c. July, 92%c. CORN—May opened. 47%047%0 47%c. high, 47%c. low, 4»%c. closed, 46%046%c. July. 47%c. OATS—May opened 34©34%c. high, 34%c. low. 33%c. closed, 3«%c. 3 3 I New York Grain Market. New York, Nov. 18.—The grain mar ket follows: Wheat—May—$1.02%. Corn—54c. Counsellor Hoyt III. Washington. D. C., Nov. 18.—The condition of Henry M. Hoyt, counsel lor of the state department, who is ill in this city, is very grave this after noon. YOUNG PEOPLE WEDDED. Miss Ruth Jaques Becomes Mrs*. Andrew D. Shaffef at Pretty Ceremony, Eldon, Nov. 18.—The marriage of Miss Ruth Jaques. the charming young daughter of T. J. Jaques, to Andrew D. Sheffer, was solemized "Wednesday evening at the Jaques home near here in the presence of a company Of fifty guests. The officiating minister was the Rev. Mr. Cummins of the Eldon M. E. church. The ring ceremony was used. Miss Ethe Conrad played Mendelssohn's wedding march, and while the ceremony was being said, Miss Josephlno Sheffer gang "I Love You Truly." The Jaques home abounded in autumn leaves. Mr., and Mrs. Sheffeir whl be at home to their friends after December in Eldon. The out of town guests at the wed ding were Mr. and Mrs J. H. Crenter and Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Jaaues of Ottumwa, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mohler, Margaret Mohler, Mrs. John Johnson and son Marshall, Mrs. Ode Fryer and son Maurice of Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Jaques and children of Burling ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard and son Joe of Oskaloosa and Mrs. Kensey of rVhat Cheer- LIBERTYVILLE. Mrs. Will Machin and children were palled to Ottumwa by the death of her brother's wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lohr and daugh ter of Fairfield spent Sunday at "the C. Vauffht home. Emmett Laughlin bought the Lick coal bank of John Buchanan and will take possession at once. Born, Thursday, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Huffman a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Finn Vaughn and daughter of Victor are here visiting with friends and relatives. They ex pect in the near future to move to Washington state where they will make their future home. Mrs. Carl Moberg and son of Falr- I field spent Saturday with relatives In Llbertyvllle. John Dovenspick visited over Sun day with his daughter and family in Batavla. Will Allison attended the Mrs. H. D. Dow funeral in Ottumwa Saturday. I Mr. attd Mrs. James Peebler spent Saturday with the former's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Jim Acton near Eldon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tedrow spent Sunday with friends in Eldon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Pearson and daughters expect ta leave this week for Colorado and California where they will spend a year for Mr. Pear son'* health. Mrs. Hiram Davis and daughter Ruth wer eshopplng in Fairfield on Tuesday. Charlie Webb was a business caller in Fairfield-Wednesday. Mr. andd Mrs. Phillip Shores -have inoved into thei Leedy property. ELDON. Jos. Terzilla, the Mexican who was shot in the Jaw by Jose Celba, whom he cut with a butcher knife was taken to the hospital at Ottumwa Thursday. He is in a very serious condition. Mrs. Joseph Stumps, sister of Mrs. E. H. Finney, of Oskaloosa and Mrs. Zuloff and daughter Catarine of Los Angeles, Calif., visited Mrs. Finney this week and returned home Thurs day. Mrs. Mildred Delaney of McCook, Nebr., visited Mrs. Fred Delaney this week. The Congregatlonalist Ladles' Aid will hold a basaar end 6 o'clock dinner Dec. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Keefer of South Ot tumwa visited Mrs. Dora Houghland and her brother William Graham .this week. The Keefers were formerly El don people. Mrs. William Mahaffey has moved to Cedar Rapids to make it her future home. Saturday afternoon the C. W. B. M. of the Christian church will hold an exchange at Miss Phillips' millinery store. The ladies of the Catholic church will give a basaar and chloken supper at the K. of P. hall Saturday night. Resile Flint of Sylvls spent a few day* with hi* parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flint. Mai Burgess is in Keokuk on busi ness. Rev. C. E. Bryden of Muscatine will preach in the Baptist church Sunday. Edgar Sedore has moved his family to Fremont, la. A. A. Homes and bride are visiting relatives In Eldon this week. SEYMOUR. Robbins of Des Moines has pur chased the E. Naylor farm of 915 acres lying south of Genoa at $65 per acre, Mr. Robbins has gone to Lo* Angeles where he expect* to remain, a few month*. Xu C. Benson and wife of Sedalla, illo., are visiting friends in this city. The Union Thanksgiving service will be held at the U. B. church Thursday Nov. 24 at 7:80, Rev. A. E. Clemens of the Baptist church will occupy the pul- PlThe S. N. Parks has sold his farm to Henry and Clell Donald and moved to Fairfield where he will make his fu ture home. 1 Receiver F. B. Fry of Corydon will be In Seymour the 25th of November to make the final payment to the de positors of the, defunct Farmers and Drovers' State bank. Talto'n Wilson of Wapello, Is visit ing the family of his niece Mrs. Adam Ripper. Claude Benson and wife of Newtown, Mo., are visiting friends In Seymour. Mrs. Braden of Mt. Pleasant is visit ing at the home of her nephew A. A. Ferguson. Seymour Is facing a problem in the electric water supply which is about to fail. Unles* there Is, an abundant rain fall soon the electric night plant will be obliged to close down for want of water. A very great improvement has been made in the park in the public square by hauling In hundreds of loads of dirt and grading it up above the level of the streets. VJk. miMIIIMl -i Henry M. Sapp an old pioneer cele brated his 75th birthday at Albla the 11th of "Tovember with his two grand sons whose birthdays are the same day of the month. W. Sapp aged 20 years and Adraln aged 12 years. They went to Albla to the home of-Ed S. Huey, Mr. Sapp's son-in-law. and were ac companied by Harry Cross and wife. Harry Cross Is a son-in-law. They spent the day together happily and re turned home on the evening train. Mr. Sapp has resided itl Eldon for over thirty years. 4 BLOOMPtELD. Mrs. Ed COx returned Thursday from a visit with relatives in Stlllwa-. ter, 'Okla. Mrs. Sam Dunn of Pratt, Kans., is visiting at the home of her uncle Dan Hedrick and other relatives. Mrs. D. S. Sanderson is in Fairfield, la., visiting her daughter Mrs.' Abbie Baird who is ill. Mr. Greene of Metclef, Ariz., arrived Saturday to join his wife in a vist at the Judge Carruthers home. Miss Faye Hutton arrived the first of the week from Shenandoah, to visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hutton. Mrs. Nina Heaton of Des Moines is visiting her sister Mrs. Jennie Saun ders. BIRMINGHAM. I The Birmingham football team will go to Salem Saturday, to play a return game. Albert Hill who has been working near Decorah, la., the past summer re turned home last week. He fvertn to attend college at Burlington this winr ter. .1 Mrs. Mary Wilson and two children are visiting her parents David JfcMil len and wife. They are enroute to Pitzer near Des Moines where her hus band has been called to the pastorate of the United Presbyterian church. vKeosauqua and Birmingham had a game of football at this place Saturday and the score was 6 to 0 In. favor of Birmingham. Mrs. Bell Klrkpatrick went to Des Moines Saturday to spend two or three weeks with her sisters Mrs. Vlr gie MCCormlck and Mrs. Iola Snyder. Mrs. Rose E. Crum well known In this community where jnost of her life was spent was married in Jefferson county this week to Elmer Davis. Miss Sampson of Washington, la., is visiting her brother Dr. Sampson and family. vai sentenced to three day* in Jail. Joseph Fhilllpson, the English long distance runner, who was arrested Tuesday night byTrenton B&Uagh and Patrolman Jack smith for peeking In the window* at the home of Mrs. Lillle Tutwiler, 122 North McLean street, has been released. He served one d&y lh the city Jail. 1 1 1 VILLAGE CREEK, Henry Downing of Missouri Is vis iting with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Huffing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harsch and daughter Maude spent Sunday at the Dr. Halloway home In South Ottumwa, A. M, Goff had his eye operated on last Thursday and Is getting along nicely. Mrs, Roy Gate3 and children of near Bidwell are visiting at the parent! Goff home. Harold and Orvllle Harsch were over over Sunday visitors ai the Matt Huber home near Unionville. Born, Tuesday, 'Nov. 8, to Mr. and Mrs. D. /.. Rater, a son. Miss Maud Harsch attended the Huber Cohagan weddin«r Tuesday evening. F. L. Dexter and daughter Irene left Wednesday to visit at the parental Q. G. Truitt hop»e near Woodward. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Arnold and Mrs. L. 9. Blyen visited Sunday at Claude Arnold's. Mrs. E. -White is visiting at the home of her son Chas. White. Mrs. E. A. Dexter visited Friday with Mrs. Sarah Sawyer. Alva Randall installed a heating plant at Henry Harsch's last week. EDbYVILLE. Mrs. N. B. Halloway1 came down from Oskaloosa Tuesday and spent the day with friends In Eddyville. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stevens* have been enjoying a visit from their daughter Mrs. F. L. Canfleld of South Ottumwa. Mrs. Clara Lattlmer and daughter Gale who are visiting at the H. G. True home spent several days In Ot tumwa this week visiting Mrs. Latti mer's sister Mrs. Theodore Insklpp. Miss Gertie Brlggs and Mrs. Matilda Richardson spent Tuesday in Ottum wa visiting at the Thomas Watklns home. Other Ottumwa passengers-were Mrs. J. Morris and daughters, Mrs. Eph Watklns and Mrs. Wm. Cowden. Mart Emanuel and family are mov ing into the Gallagher property In the north part of Eddyville. Miss Ines Stevens of Dudley is spending the week with her grandpar ents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stevens. The K. of P.'s held a social Wednes day night. In the Palace hall. A large crowd was present and spent a de lightful evening. .^ Refreshments were served. Mrs. Lucy Griffith who has recently returned from California, came up from Ottumwa-Tuesday and spent the day with her sister-in-law, Mrs. M. E. Bell. Miss Gertrude Myers of Eldon is the guest this week of her cousin Mrs. Brlggs. Mrs. Jack Evans of Coalfield Is very dangerously ill at the home of her son Evan Evans. Wm. Hobson living west of town Is confined to his home on account of an accident which might have been very serious. Mr. Hobson was thrown from a buggy and the wheels passed over him. He received two broken ribs and other injuries. I ladies of the Christian church will serve a public dinner on Thanks giving day. J. F. Fox, Jr., and Ray Wharton have gone on a hunting trip In the Oearks. CHAftrroN. Last evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Nancy Law occurred the mar riage of her daughter Mi** Ethel Law to Louis Kent Hooper. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. G. Hohan shelt/ pastor of the M. E. church, the ring service being used. Only the im mediate relatives were present. Miss Ruth Schrelber ^executed the wedding march and played during the cere mony. The bride was attired in a gown of white Persian lawn. The house was tastefully decorated with chrysanthe mums and carnations. At the conclus ion of the ceremony a two course luncheon was served. The bride is a graduate of the Charlton tubllc schools, being a member of the class of 1903, and Is one of our most charming and refined young ladles. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Hooper. At present he is one of the city mall car riers. Both be and his bride are active members of the M. E. church. Both are highly regarded and will have the best wishes of a large circle of warm friends. They-will at once go to house keeping in their own home in the southeast part of the city, which has been prepared. Howard Glttinger and Miss Gladys McCollough, both of this city, were united in marriage last evening at 8 o'clock, at the Episcopal rectory, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Webster Hakes. Only the Immediate relatives were present The bride was attired in a beautiful gown of blue silk chiffon. The happy couole left last night for a visit In Shenandoah with the bride's sister Mrs. Marie Cortis. after which they will be at home to friends in apartments in the postof flce building, which have been fitted up for them. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gittinger and he is as sociated with his father in the publica tion of the Chariton Leader. His bride has resided here from childhood and is In every way fitted to preside over a home. Both have a large circle of friends who will extend congratula tions and who trust that happiness fcnd prosperity will ever attend them. Robert Funston and Miss Julia Casey of Osceola, were united in mar riage in this city at the Catholic priory yesterday at high noon, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Father McGlllln. They left last even ing on a short trip to Des Moines, after which they will reside on a farm near New Virginia. A home talent play. "Rock Bottom Farm" was presented at the Temple theater on Tuesday evening to a crowded house, and many could not gain admission. The play was repeated last evening. The performers did un usually well and all who witnessed. the performance were greatly pleased. The leading characters were represented by Jafck Summy, Mrs. J. D. Beaman, Orvel Church of Corning, Neil Lari mer, Dr. W. L. Anderson. Misses Gen evieve Argo and Octavia Beilor. Miss Lillian Kurtz has returned from Cleveland, O., where she had been spending three months with relatives and assisting in a large dressmaking establishment. Miss E. L. McGahey of Seymour, re turned home yesterday after a visit in English township at the home of her uncle Thos. Avitt. Mrs. Jennie Bakke and little son of Cresbard, S. D„ are here for a visit with her mother Mrs. Nancy Law and to attend the marrlge of her sister Miss Ethel Law to Louis Kent Hoop er. I Miiifr TOad Roberts returned yester- 1 rtv. ft* liOST—ON STREETS IN OTTUMWA or road north of town, man's black coat contained money, day book and gloves. Finder rewarded by no tifying W. H. Rebgrtson, Box 2 R. 3 Ottumwa ESTRAYED LA^GEPOLAND China boar. Please notify Mrs. J. C. Schertz, Highland phone. Wanted WANTED-8AFETY RAZOR BLADES to sharpen. G. G. Thomag,.Co., ..Ot tumwa, la. WANTED—TO BUY ONE PAIR OF unrelated Bourbon Red turkeys. Geo. E. Rogers, Albla, R. No. 2. WANTED—OLD EE'^ON RECORDS In exchange for new ones. Arnold Jewelry and Music Co. WANTED—I WANT YOU TO KNOW that I have moved from Unionvllle to Blakesburg. and am still in the auc tioneering business and will cry your sale for you and guarantee satisfac tion or no eharges. Ell Swatm. Blakesburg, la. WANTED- MAN, YOUNG MAN PRE ferred, that has horse. Good salary. Address N-12 11 care Courier. For Sale Norman Co.. Minn. -i FOR SALE—80 ACRE. FARM IN Shelby County. Missouri. 70 acres in cultivation, well fenced nice cottage, 5 rooms, 2 porches good barn, out buildings attractive fine tfvater SO to 35 acres rich bottom land,. 8 acres ash timber: 2 miles Steffenvllle H. 6 N. Mo. R. R. now under construc tion runs close to place fine farm ing section splendid neighborhood. This fine farm is owned bv non-resi dent. The snap'of northeast Mis souri $750 down, or if party buying has good rental cottage worth, not to exceed $800 we would use It want $500 /money. Will give $1 per acre to real estate man who sends buyer. Come quick. Title perfect, terms easy. Price $45 per acre. E. A. Dowell LaBelle, Mo. FOR SALE—A FINE MARE COLT S months old.- I am broke and must have money. Call quick. A snap. Fred Beach, Agency, la. FOR SALE—120 ACRES 3 MILES from good railroad town fine land, good house, 2 barns, $125 177 acres 4 miles count", seat fair improvement fairly good lying land, some bottom, artificial sprln, $70 160 acres 4 miles Railroad' town good rolling land fair improvements $70 160 acre fine level land good Improvements 3 miles to Railroad town $110 140 acres 2 miles, railroad town, com mon Improvements, rather rough land, but never been plowed, fenced with v/oven wire. Sprinsr in pasture coal under land. Price $48: 240 acre fine level land new two story hP"*0 and new barn, 7 miles .to county seat $100. 80 acres 8 miles to county seat, fair land fairl good improvements $60. No mistake made in buying Davis Co. Iowa, farm. Land as low as $40. Call on or write C. E. Fry, Bloomfield. Ia. FOR SALE—SAW MILL IN FIRST class condition. Wilson Carriage Co. A New Clolhiag Store 3 For Hen Only. A new clothing store for men only has just been opened at 108 Market street, between Main and Second By cutting out the high rents on Main street, the losses of a credit business and the losses incident to the children'* clothing by goodsi going out of *tyle, this store will be able to save ti«eir customers from $5 to $8 on a suit of clothes or an overcoat You can now get an overcoat for $12.50 that will cost 18 or $20 on Main street, and for $7.50 as good a coat or suit a• can be had elsewhere for $15. This store makes a specialty of bargains. II the goods are not bargains this store won't buy them. ——. ... 1 1 day from a visit wtih relatives in Cainsville, Mo. Her sister Miss Lizzie Conger, accompanied her home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Gookin of Benton township left yesterday for Florida, where they expect to spend the. win ter. Mrs. R. S. Carter of Afton returend home yesterday after a brief visit with her daughter Mrs. C. R- Roberts. Women Can't Sell Liquor. Des Moines, Nov. 18.—No woman can legally sell intoxicating liquors in the state of Iowa, so the supreme court ruled yesterday morning in an opinion handed down In the case of Matye Carragher, a Floyd county woman pharmacist. She had applied for a permit in her county, but had been turned down by the district court on the ground that she was not a qualified elector of the state. The statute provides that only qualified electors can sell liquor, and the con stitution defines a qualified elector as a person who can vote. Hence, the supreme court declares Miss Car- 8A.Yuhb«i inov'embt* t*, 1*10. The Fine Point of Honor SHE—'"WHY DID HE MARRY HER AT ALL IF HE INTENDED GETTING A DIVORCE SO SPEEDILY?" HE—"BECAUSE HE DIDN'T THINK IT WOULD BE HONOR* ABLE TO BREAK THEIR ENGAGEMENT." Vi Courier Want to,?3*1t*,* FQR SALE 6 THOROUGHBRED Poland Chinas. 4th house south of Jefferson school house. FOR SALE—46 ACRES LOCATED 8% miles southeast of Ottumwa. Nancy A. Young. Route No. 7. FOR SALE—OUR RESIDENCE 121 St. Ash street, 9 rooms strictly mod ern. A. M. Lukens, phone ll3S-X REAL ESTATE—FARM FQR SALE. 87 acfes three miles from Anoka, Minn., all tillable and mostly all level all fenced good buildings, brick bouse. Inquire of owner. H. O. Leake, route 2, Anoka, 'Minn. IOWA FARMERS IN APPANOOSE county. We can suit you In price and terms. Come and see us. Baldwin ft Neff, Unionvllle, Ia. 1W? 9 AVE MIDDLEMAN'S LARGE profit by buying direct from owner. Fine Red River farm situated at-the river banks, well Improved with dwelling, barn, granary, artesian well, 100 acre fenced. 25 acres seeded in winter wheat 275 acres plowed, well drained, in good state of culti vation. A. M. Eckmann, Hendrum, t- A WELL IMPROVED 30-ACRft» farm only one mile from rgood- .new town, only mile good school land all lays good, no waste land well fenced. Write Mrs. Cava V, Tapp» Ionia, Mo. FOR SALE—168 ACRE FARM ONE mile south of Dudlev. Fair improve ments. 70 acres cultivated, balance fresh pasture. Will sell ail 6r part. For terms address J. E. Eyre, Dud-, ley, la. WE HAVE CHOICE FARMS FQR sale tbat ..ill make you fine home* or large prof ts as an investment. sCome and *ee what we have. Mclntire \r Real Estate Co.. Blakesburg. Ia. FOR* SALE—PUP-E BRED ANGUS •bi "BiA-BJOft Meiqeo \!I Pa '*linq FOR SALE—SOME BIG GROWTHY Berkshire boars and gilts of the right breeding. Also two Aberdeen Angus Bull calves. Extra good ones. Weight 650 and 700 lbs. N. M. Gilt ner. Agency, Ia. FOR SALE—255 ACRES OF LAND at $55 per acre, Mortgage $5,504 which will stand Until 1916 at 5%%. A good ten room house, large barn. Chlsmar. Real Estate Co., Blakes burg, Ia. FOR SALE—2 GOOD YOUNG JACKS and 1 PercheroA stallion at price If taken quick. M. MCCrory Moravia, Ia. STOP—LISTEN! 160 ACRES .VIRGIN timber land $1,600 also cheap farm*. McGrath, Mountain View, Mo. Poultry and Eggs FOR SALE—BOURBON RED TOWN turkeys. O. Martin, Eldon, Ia. FOR SALE—GOOD R. C. BROWN Leghorn Cockerels, 76 cents each. Mrs. F. W. Osterfoss, Route No. 1, Hedrick. FOR SALE—WHITE PLYMOUTH Rock Cockerels. Large, farm raised. $1 each. Geo. E. Rogers, Albla. R. No. 2. ''I Public Sales PUBLIC SALE—I WILL SELL AI public sale 2% miles west of Florlt on Wednesday November 23. a good line of cattle, sheep and horses. Jno, Rominger. For Exchange i$\5 FOR EXCHANGE 207 ACRH stock and grain farm, $75 acre, n^af small town will take one-third in merchandise, one-third cash, tial. ance terms. A. M. Kauffman. Leck ridge, Ia. Wm. ^Visse^r AUCTIONEER Farm and Live Stock Speciality! Satisfaction Guaranteed. Albla, la., R. F. D. No. 3. Phone 48W Specialist DR. D. H. LEWIS Hours, to IS a. m. 1 to m. Sundays. 9 to 12 a. ra. 9 to I p. EYE. EAR. NOSE, THROAT '.lasses Fitted. Ottumwa, ENNIS OFFICE BUILDING. J. E. Graham f/* AUCTIONEER Will cry your sale and guarantee Satisfaction. 402 S. Ransom St. y%., Ottnmwi, Iowa. Old Phone 917 Red. Dr. Burt D. LaForce ^Eya, Ear, Nose and Throat, Office, 105 NS1 Court St. Residence 248 Bast Penn. Ottumwa. Iowa. ragher cannot hold a liqupr permit, for although she can vote on bonds and tux propositions, she la nQt qualified elector.