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BURNS, 8CALD8, CUTS. WOUNDS
Old sores and ulcers, bites from ani
mals or Insects and the hundred and
one other accidents are quickly healed
with.
This good antiseptic doedorant im
mediately stops putrefaction, destroys
germs, checks bleeding, prevents lock
Jaw, blood poison and proud flesh,
heals quickly without pain or leaving
a scar. Fine for chronic sores and
ulcers. Don't try to keep house without
It. 25 cents at druggists or by mall,
l-O*DO Medicine Co.. Davenport, Iowa.
DRAIN TILE
For prices and information write
Morey Clay Products Co
OTTUMWA, IOWA
Tri-Weekly Courier
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of the Postofflce to which the paper
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
An authoritative showing of fine
spring millinery Saturday, March 16.
Emporium Millinery, 109 E. Main St.
You are invited.
Miss Retta Strickler of Vinton, la.,
is in the city visiting with her father,
Dr. BenJ. E. Strickler.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fisher and chil
dren. 418 North McLean street, left
this afternoon on Burlington No. 6 for
Chicago, where they will make their
future home.
Mrs. E. G. Johnson and Mrs. B. Wad
dington of Chillicothe are shoppers in
the city today.
Miss Lulu Pencil, 519 North Shori
aan avenue, left this afternoon on Bur
lington No. 6 for Fairfield for a short
business trip.
Mrs. Norman Reno arrived this
morning from Los Angeles, Cal., and
is a guest at the home of her son, F.
H. Reno, 514 North Wapello street.
A splendid opening and spring show
ing of late millinery Saturday, March
16. Emporium Millinery, 109 E. Main
All are welcome.
Miss Margaret Peters has resumed
her duties as stenographer in the Ot
tumwa National bank after a brief ill
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sax and daughter.
Miss Clara, 218 East Fifth street, have
returned from Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheridan of
Farmington, are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Yalter, on Ta
coma street.
Floyd and Frank Halferty have re
turned from a short visit in Fairfield.
Miss Cecilia Keyhoe of Rome, is
visiting at the home of Miss Ruth
Slater, 1821 West Main street and with
other friends.
Mrs. L. L. Potter and Mrs. A. En
yart of Chillicothe, are shopping in
the city today.
Earl Courtney, 507 North Sheridan
avenue, is a business caller in Douds
Leando and Eldon today.
Mrs. J. A. Norberg of Hastings, Neb.,
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Jones 114 North Schuyler street.
Miss Lena T*imble of Montezuma,
and Miss Pearl Trimble of Oskaloosa
are visiting their sister, Mrs. C. J. Nel
son 426 North Sheridan avenue.
Mrs. August Swanson and daughters
Vivian and Olive of Chicago are visit
ing at the home of Mrs. Swanson's sis
ter, Mrs. William Lehmann 525 Glen
wood avenue.
Mrs. Amos Proctor and daughter
from southwest of the city are visit
ing Mrs. A. C. Judd 521 Glenwood ave
nue and Mrs. Clayton Smith 722 Glen
wood avenue.
J. W. Gough of Des Moines, was
visitipg friends in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Barton have re
turned home from New York where
they have been on a purchasing trip.
Rev. Henry Hogan of Fairfield was
a business caller in the city yesterday.
Mrs. John Feehan, 610 East Second
street, is visiting friends and relatives
in Keokuk this week.
Lewis Barger who attends Parsons
college at Fairfield, has returned af
ter spending a few days with his
mother, Mrs. A. L. Barger, 310 North
Marion street.
Miss Tillie Neuhart of Richland re
turned last evening after spending a
Just When
You Need Them
Have Yon Seen
Have you seen the new
line of Spring Hats, Caps,
Shoes and Oxfords we are
showing? If not, you should
to appreciate their individu
ality as different from oth
ers.
They are all new and fresh
as Spring Itself.
TRUEEIT CO.
Clothing Shoes Furnishings
111-105 East Main 118 South Court
—SaiMwarffc i-.
'it
tew days with Miss Laura Barnett, 718
North Lincoln avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Markham of
Chicago, 111., arrived in the city last
evening on Burlington No. 1 for a visit
at the home of Mrs. Markman's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Warren, 637
North Court street.
Mrs. Myrtle Couch of Washington
and Mrs. R. Holmes of Bear Creek,
were shoppers in the city yesterday.
HILLSBORO.
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Mr. and Mrs. .B. Hinchman came
over last Saturday morning for a
short visit at the old home and to
help Mr. and Mrs. John Douglass move
to their farm near Mt. Pleasant.
John Cresswell was a passenger to
Birmingham Saturday.
Mrs. Belle Wright of Mt. Pleasant
came over Saturday for a visit at the
C. M. Newbold home.
A. E. Murphy and family of Cuba,
111., have moved to the Hoaglin farm
west of town.
A wrestling match was held at the
club rooms Saturday night.
R. E. Allen is visiting a few days in
Mt. Pleasant.
R. E. Watts returned Friday from a
month's stay in Chicago, Detroit and
Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Junk left Tues
day for Cantril where they were called
by the death of Mrs. Rose Work, a sis
ter of Mrs. Junk.
H. P. Campbell came in Monday to
attend the Landes-Gibson wedding and
to visit relatives.
Leo Pickard has sold his restaurant
here to John Fox and moved to a farm
near Houghton.
Mrs. P. A. Blackford left Tuesday
for a short stay in Oskaloosa.
Mr. Yost of Libertyville who bought
the elevator a few weeks ago was in
town Monday.
Mrs. Kate Billingsly returned from
Chicago Monday morning.
George Cox and family moved their
stock and household goods here a few
days ago from their home in North Da
kota. They will occupy the Cox prop
erty east of the M. E. church.
George Klise went to Ft. Madison
Tuesday for a short visit.
Charley Lein is transacting business
in Ottumwa.
Mrs. Ida Hemmings and Mrs. Stein
of Big Mound are guests at the A. B.
Hixson home.
J. W. MickeUvait of Ottumwa is
spending a few days in town.
George Huddleson left Monday for
Red Stone, Mont., to look for a farm
J. E. Bunn was in Ottumwa Tuesday
on business.
The E. S. Ross family are, moving
into tow nand will live in the Marion
Parish house.
Hon. B. R. Vale of Bonaparte was
business visitor in town Monday.
Will Thornton and Ed Lee returned
Tuesday from St. Louis.
Clarence Teter went to Ft. Madison
Monday.
R. A. Blackford spent Tuesday in
Ottumwa.
CANTRIL.
Mrs. C. C. HJoskin returned from Mt
Sterling Tuesday morning where she
visited her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoffman of Burling
ton visited at the home of Dr. Carpen
ter. Mr. Hoffman is a brother of Mrs.
Carpenter.
J. J. Irvin has moved to the property
vacated by A. Knox.
Miss, Lillian Hannah is visiting at
the W. W. Wellborn home.
Ed Frost moved to the Mankin prop
erty.
Mrs. Mary Roberts returned from a
visit at Mt. Sterling.
Ward Celtcher and Earl Miller of
Keosauqua high school were home to
spend Sunday.
Mrs. John Roberts of Milton was In
town Wednesday attending the funeral
of Mrs. John Work.
Dr. Jesse Saar is home for a vaca
tion.
Mrs. Ch3s. Robertson is visiting in
Mt. Sterling.
Mr. Downing moved from Birming
ham to the Benj. Powell farm which he
recently purchased.
Cantril has a new band with the fol
lowing members: Cornets, Bur Har
bidge, Harold Smith and J. W. Stona
braker trombones, Howard Parks,
Harry Stott and August Theime bari
tone, Ray Casady tuba, Ray Cunning
ham drums, Aqch' Harrison and E. E.
Evans clarionet, Rowland Troth.
RUSSELL.
Miss Lelia Werts who is attending
college at Indianola returned after
several clays' visit with her father J. H.
Werts.
Mrs. Thos. Norman who has been
visiting her daughter Mrs. Effle Lock
ridge of North English returned home
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cox left Thurs
day for Seymour where they expect to
make their future home.
T. E. Welch returned home Thursday
from Seymour where he has been on a
business trip.
Mrs. David Long of Osceola came on
Friday for a visit with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. John Murray.
Theodore Lewley attended the auto
mobile show in Des Moines on Friday,
and Saturday.
Mrs. P. A. Hinkham who was called
to Dubuque by the death of a cousin,
returned home Friday morning.
Misses Edith Vinsel and Hbzel Mc
Kinley attended a party given by Mrs.
Clinton Johnson of Chariton on Friday
evening.
Mrs. S. E. Post who has been visit
ing her parents at Derby returned home
Friday.
Rev. Smith, state evangelist for the
Baptist church spoke in the Baptist
church Friday evening.
Harry Hudson left Saturday for an
extended visit with relatives at Phil
ipsburg, Kans.
A. D. Boyd who is attending college
in De6 Moines, came Saturday for a
visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Woodman.
Ellsworth Phemstead gave a lecture
at the Baptist church Saturday even
ing. This was the third number of the
lecture course and was greatly en
joyed by all present.
HILLSBORO.
H. P. Campbell returned to Bloora
"eld Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Holmes left for
Billings, Mont., where they expect to
locate.
Mrs. Sarah Campbell accompanied
Mrs?. Grace Campbell to to Bloomfleld
for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson moved on
Wednesday to the farm of Mr. John
son's father near Lockridge.
Mesdames Walter Harlan and Floyd
Church visited recently with Mrs.
Hlowe Morrison at Longview.
Arthur Endersby and son U. S. re
turned from a visit at Bowling Green,
Mo.
F. B. Whltaker and son Sam went to
Burlington recently.
Miss iNellie watts took her little
Notions
Basting thread
quality
spools
A quantity of
good feather
boning, yard
5c
a as
re
end price—
7c
White shirring
oord, per yard
only—
2c
2*6-inch tailor
tape, black or
white—
12 He
Spiral collar
supports now
only—
3c
Fancy finish
ing braid, per
bolt—
10c
Dress braids,
all colprs, per
bolt—
5c
Hooks,
hairpins,
a
a
sheet—
lc
eyes,
pins
shelf
per
C1 laces
worth 10c,
week end—
5c
Hair ribbons
sold up to 25c,
only—
5c
Corsets worth
3 9c regular,
week end sale
15c
PES'
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robbins of West
Point are visiting Mrs. Lide Watson a
few days before leaving for their future
home in Oregon.
A leap year dance was held at the
club room Friday evening.
S. G. Boley purchased the Mickel
wait land of forty acres two miles from
town paying $87.50. There is no im
provements on the land.
"7—T--p-- -v 775T—: f^Tp $Wj
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We have a lot of Ladies'
House Slippers, nearly
all sizes in this lot, they
are worth $1.00, your
choice the rest
QQa
of the week Zu^
Friedman's Big
To You!
Come!
Take a Look
Extra quality 25c value 45-inch
width curtain net, white and
ecru, for week end 1
a O
Mercerized table linens worth
50c per yard, many patterns
from which to select, for
week end sale (Jft*
only Jy
Five patterns of pure Irish linen
table damask, worth $1 per yard
regular, week end 7
price only
Ladies*
Handkerc'fs
Fancy handkerchiefs
for aprons, etc., worth
5c, week end sale,
three for
a in he it he
handkerchiefs, worth
5c, week end sale,
three tot
5'
Ladies' 15c and 25c embroidered
turn-over collars, only A.
during week end sale ... 1
Misses' yarn mittens and gloves,
regular 25c values, 1
a
Short lengths
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mickelwait re-
18-inch petti­
mb roidery
and laces, yd.,
2c
cousin to Ottumwa to mept relatives
from Bonaparte who will take her
home.
A. F. Helterbran was a passenger to
Eldon Friday morning.
Mrs. Allene Isainan is visiting her
sister-in-law Mrs. W. E. Ferree.
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India linen, 3
to 10 yard
coat flouncing
only, yard—
lengths, yard,
5c
5c
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OTTUMWA COURIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 14,1912.
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About 200 Sofa Pillows
with backs, many dif
ferent kinds from which
to select, regular price
25c, week 4 flf»
end price .IU^
One table filled with new style Corsets, with 4
hose supporters attached, Cp
week end price &DU
50c quality Corsets, very durable, also with 4
hose supporters attached,
week end price only Oxfts
Corsets, worth $1 and $1.25, new style, with
4 or 6 hose supporters, special for
week end sale only UJ7
Ladies' 25c wool hose, or
fleece lined, of good qual
ity, all sizes, for week end
sale, only
turned to their home in Ottumwa Sat- a thimble bee. While the ladies plied
urday. their busy fingers to their fancy work
Mrs. J. E. Elliott and daughter Ruth they spent the afternoon in pleasant
are visiting in Rome. chat. Before departing they were
C. A. Dinsmore and wife came in served with delicious refreshments.
from Carrollton, Mo., few days ago
and have bought 120 acres of Will
Dinsmore near Cottonwood.
Will Pope wa sa visitor in Fairfield
Thursday.
RICHLAND
Mrs. W. A.
Walker were
Brady and
hostesses to
Mrs. I. M.
a number
of their friends Saturday afternoon at
FRIEDMAN'S' FRIEDMAN'S FRIEDMAN'S
'IW HWWW1" 'I "ttP"''g
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On 2nd floor, several ta
bles filled with any kind
of glassware imaginable
—Statuary, Cups and
Saucers, Cj»
Platters ,etc .J**
^fy°_values
4 Testimony of the Eye Bears no Contradiction
f\Qp
17c
Corsets like cut, No. 192, American Lady, one Broken sizes in children's Hosiery, regular 25c
of the prettiest models shown, jr/j grade, black and tan, for
to introduce during sale *0\J week end special .........IOC/
Hosiery Bargains
We Pay Railroad Fare to Out of Town Purchasers.
BIG STORE
On Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. John Greenlee a stork shower
was given to Mrs. Fred Smith. Quite
a number of lady friends of Mrs. Smith
were over from Washington.
Charles Wonderlic of Business Cor
ner, and 87 years old March 11, is re
covering from his illness slowly.
Uriah Cox of this city and aged, is
quite ill at the home of his son Joshua.
Bert Faleure, who visited his folks
at Fremont, has returned to his work..
The M. O. S. Owls had Initiatory«
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Week's
The Way to Have Money is to Save It—to
by just such elegant Opportunities as we
You Can't Believe all you hear—nor all you Read.
But you can believe all you see with your eyes.
Be on Hand One Day this Week and See for Yourself
New Style Spring
Suits
For this week end sale we
will show you a very pretty
Suit, its equal cannot be
found for less than $15, gray
mixture Jacket, satin lined
throughout, this suit you
must see to appreciate it.
The price
the rest of
the week ...
$11
J...
Beautiful line of Ladies' and
Misses' new Spring Coats in
Tan, Serge and f"A
Novelty weaves,
\i
$12.50 value only/*"
Ladies' and Misses' new up
to-the minute dresses, good
quality serge in the follow
'mg colors, black, navy, brown
tan and gray, (f 1 "TP
Jj. 3
Ladies' extra fine quality
Silk Lisle Hose, black and
tan, to introduce during
week end sale
3 S S S
Ladies' warm lined shoes at a
saving of one-half. The shoes
are guaranteed to be worth
$1.50—week end price
only
Ladies' $3.50 value dress shoes,
gun metal button or lace
splendid bargain— -j A
week end sale only ... 1 «40
Clothing
Department
Men's 50c overall^
weight, during week
end sale only ..
Men's $2 dress or wofrk
remainder of Phillips'
stock, only
Ladies', Misses and Children's Stocking feet,
regularly sold at 10c, during our
week end sale, only O Is
Ladies' fleece lined hose, also hose with white
feet, worth 15c, during our ... Qr
week end sale only
Children's good weight and quality fleece lined
School Hose, worth 15c,
week end price 1
Ladies' 5 0c
soiled waists,
15c
work at their regular meeting last
week, where three candidates were
added to their membership.
Dr. Brockman of Ottumwa AVas a
nrofessional caller in this city Saturday
evening.
Mrs. Walter Duke came home Friday
morning from a pleasant visit in Ot
tumwa with the H. E. Duke family.
The farm of 69 acres of Jonathan
Williams, lying between here and Ollie,
will be sold March 13 to the highest
bidder by order of the administrator.
The opera house of this city will un
dergo an overhauling and remodelling
some time this spring.
Miss Lenna Duke,who has been visit-
50c
Men's wool flannel dress shirts
or undershirts, worth
$1, now only
5 0
"lv5 XI
fc:-«
a
Lace shelf paper,
good quality, usi#lly
sold 2 sheets for 5c, we
have placed on sale for
this week
12 sheets *.......JU*'If)*end
save
Shoe
Specials
Men's rubbers, all sizes in this
lot they are worth 75c a' real
a vi A
sale only 4
2d Floor
Fancy op
ping baskets
only—
25c
75c
Misses' kid and patent leather
school shoes, leather soles,
worth $1.75, for week
end sale only
2 5
paper
a
baskets
10c
98c
Large slop jar
with cover—
49c
2 5c window
shades only
.... "19^-
a
plat-
saucers,
ters—
good
35c
5c
pants,
98c
Boys' 75c and $.1 knickerbocker
pants, mostly large
sizes, only
',1
soap, box—
9c
5c hair
Uls
1 2 &c
quality
fleece lin^d
all sizes, only,
shirts only -j-
mmm
nets,
price, 3
for—
10c
48
Hiker's Toilet
Benzoin only
17c
39c Saunders'
face powder—
25c
Wine perfume
four bottleB—••
10c
Extra heavy
a
sheeting—
5c
a
dresser scarfs
$1.50 value—
98c
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T.
Lf
Cotton crash?*
to in
worth 5c, yard
cam-
brie muslin,
27c
7tfc
zytc
ing in Ottumwa, arrived home -Thurs
day evening.
Charles Chacey, who has been em
ployed on the Richland Clarion for a
year, will go to, Grinnell today to ar
range to move nim family to that city.
Mi?s F1 rence Jones has returned
a vjsit with friends near Pack-
from
wo
jert tanxsted of
Fairfield,
hursday to drill the I. O. O. I
team of Kossuth lodge, de
home today. He taught the
maiw new and beautiful move
the floor work. Saturday1
Immense crowd attended

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