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ESTRAYED FROM HOME, THREE
year old sorrel white faced mare. Call
Arch Shaw, Bladensburg.
WA*NTED—FIFTY MEN TO CHOP
excelsior wood, good wages ami
steady work. Apply or write Chit­
tender! & Eastman Co., Harvey, la.
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siphons and water Alters, the most
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and will not freeze constructing con
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walks, feeding floors, dipping vats,
catch basins and pits. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Will furnish accurate es
timates free. Wm. McKenna, Ottum
wa, R. No. 9.
WANTED—EVERY REPUBLICAN IN
Wapello county to vote at the prim
ary June 3, 1912 for Dr. A. W.
Blaught, candidate for state repre
tentatlve.
VTANTJSD—HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO
pack, move, store or ship. Reduced
rates on coast shipments. E. Daggett
A Sons.
WANTED—TO SAVE YOU FROM 25
to 40 per cent on wall paper and
hanging for next 60 days. New phone
1151.
MEN WANTED—PREPARE FOR
automobile chauffeurs and Mechanics
earning (100 to $200 monthly. Large
new training shops. Guarantees sat
isfaction and higher quality gradu
ates than any private school. Address
National Auto Training Ass'n., Om
aha, Nebr.
For Sale
FOR SALE—PURE BRED ANGUS
bulls. Ed & o«Mer, Moravia, Iowa.
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FOR SALE—NICE CLEAN STOCK
of generai merchandise in good little*
town in farming country, fine brick
building. Cheap rent. Will bear the
very closest investigation. Address
Owner, J. E. Kennedy, Exeello, Mo.
Poultrv -:na i:ggs
FOR SALE—THROUGH SEASON,
pure bred White Plymouth Rocji
eggs for setting from farm raised
stock. 7oc for 15. $3.50 per 100. Geo.
Rogers, Albia, Iowa.
FOR SALE—SEVERAL DOZEN ROSE
Comb Brown Leghorn hens: also
eggs $2 for 60 $3 per 100. Mrs. Lulu
Lasley, Floris, la.
FCR SALE—EGGS FROM RHODE
Island Reds. good ones. 75c for 15.
New phone J163-L.
MT. ZION.
Word was received Sunday of the
death of the baby daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Patrick of Keosauqua,
formerly of this place. The sympathy
of the community is extended to the
bereaved parents. The baby was buried
in the Forbes cemetery Monday after
noon.
Rev. Hughes has been engaged to fill
the pulpit here the ensuing year and
will deliver his first sermons Sunday
morning and evening.
Mrs. E. D. Nelson recently visited
her daughter in Birmingham.
Mrs. Bethel Campbdll has been
visiting her daughter Mrs. Patrick in
Keosauqua.
Ed Ward of Fairfield and C. B. Hos
kins of Cantril were here on business
the first of the week.
Mr. Nelson of Ottumwa made a bus
iness trip here Monday.
Rachael Bauman of Birmingham is
visiting her sister Mrs. Geo. Workman
for a few days.
Master Hawbaker of Utlca is visiting
relatives here.
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ALBiA.
Court adjourned Wednesday morn
ing to open again Friday in order to
allow Attorneys Bates and Clarkson
and Hon. Fred Townsend to attend the
democratic state convention at Bur
lington. They were accompanied by
L. T. Richmond.
The Albia public schools will hold
a May day festival at the city park
this afternoon.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Dwight Morrow Tuesday.
County Superintendent Myrta Har
low was at Lovilia yesterday visiting
the schools.
Mrs. William Powell will be able to
return to her home Friday. She has
been in the Ottumwa hospital the
past two weeks.
Max Ixeb has never rallied from
tho operation which he recently under
went and very little hopes are enter
tained for his recovery.,
Sam H. Hunter, a native of Scot
land, took out his first papers yes
terday in the process of becoming an
American citizen.
A telegram to Albia citizens an
nounced that the birdmen flying from
Cedar Rapids to Kansas City would
pass over, but they failed to make
their appearance.
EDDYVILLE.
Miss Dodson came down from Mar
sihalltoWn ind visited Monday at the
home of her brother Ora Dodson.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Inskeep came
up from Ottumwa Monday g.nd visited
at the home of Mrs. Lucy Lafferty.
John Lafferty and Mr, Inskeep went to
Oskaloosa to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Frank Lafferty.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gray of Des Moines
visited Monday at the parental Amos
Gray home. Mr. Gray returns! ho?v,- a„lir1nv
the same evening but Mrs. Gray will J' hotm._ St-ndaj.
remain for a few days.
Mrs. M. J. Mater went to Oskaloosa
Monday for a visit at the home of her
grandson Dr. Roy Mater.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Alcorn came down
from Oskaloosa and spent Monday
with relatives in Eddyviile.
Mrs. M. O'Connor was called to Har
ris, Mo„ Saturday by the illness of her
sister. The family have just been no
tified of the death of the sister.
Lee Warner transacted business in
Albia Monday.
Pearl Dunkle was a business caller In
Oskaloosa Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mclntyre returned
Monday from a visit with their son at
Moravia.
Mr. and Mrs. Boss Phillips and little
granddaughter left Monday for Salt
Lake City. The family expect to locate
in the west.
Mrs. N. S. Bradfleld returned Mon
day from a two weeks' visit with rela
tives at Keokuk.
FARMINGTON.
Mrs. McWilliams of Eldon Is the
guest of Mrs. W. H. Knott.
Mrs. S. D. Kelsey and daughter Vera
returned Monday from Bloming Grove,
Texas, where they have been visiting
the former's son, Dr. C. C. Kelsey and
wife.
Mrs. H. C. Beeson of Marshalltown is
visiting ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Corns.
Miss Pearl Moon left Tuesday for
MUton to spend the summer vacation
OTTUMWA COURIER. SATURDAY, MAY 25,1918
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at her home In that city.
Mrs. Minnie Westcott pleasantly en
tertained the Kensington club Monday
evening.
Mrs. John Hornbaker of Mt. Sterling
was called to Farmington by the illness
of her motoher, Mrs. John French.
Mrs. C. H. Wilkin and son Harold left
Monday for their home in Indianapolis,
Ind. They were accompanied by Mrs.
Wilkin's mother, Mrs. E. H. Rockwell,
who will make her home with her
daughter.
Mrs. Ellen Bailey is the guest Of
relatives in Bentonsport.
Miss Lottie Muller has gone to Latty
to visit her sister, Mrs. G. Nauerth.
TROY,
Jim Knott and family were in Bloom
field Monday.
Harry Campbell of Libertyville was
at the Rev. Wilson home Monday.
Dr. Rosser and Charlie Parks of Mil
ton were in town Friday.
Mrs. Roby and daughters Esta and
Kay and Mrs. Sade Conner were in
Bloomfield Saturday.
Elmer Chapplin and family are vis
iting at the parental Chopplin home on
Sunday.
Will Evans of Cantril is visiting with
friends and relatives of this place.
E. B. Parks was in Fairfield. Friday
on business.
Miss Fay Roby Is the guest of Miss
Freda and Ruth Banister over Sunday.
Pete Harris and wife visited Sunday
at the Jak' Hilbert home.
Mrs. Walburn is quite sick with
pneumonia.
John Lommons, Geo. Roby, Dode
Hillbert, Harry Conner and Leo Trout
man attended the democratic state
convention at Burlington Thursday.
Jennie and Helen Young were dinner
guests at the Dode Hillbert home Sun
day.
Will Hillbert and wife of Cantril
are visiting relatives and friends of
this place Saturday and Sunday.
F. M. Ross and Dr. Barns were in
Bloomfield Friday.
Miss Owsley and Miss Beckley of
Bloomfield are visiting at the V. L.
Mrs. Billy Fountain is ill with
mumps.
Miss Hazel
folks.
the
Law is visiting home
Mr. and Mrs. Glasscow and daughter
Ruth attended church in Milton Sun
day.
Henry Evans was kicked on the hand
by a colt Friday. The wound caused
much pain and required several stitches
to be taken.
Mr. and Mrs. Masters returned home
Friday.
Rev. Bristol held communion services
at the Presbyterian church Sunday.
There were several additions to the
church.
Ray Day and wife and Minda Saylor
were dinner guests Sunday at the Jake
Day home.
Several from here attended the bap
tismal services at Rabbit Ridge Sun
day. ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Earhart took dinner on
Sunday at the Ira Evans home.
John and Chilmer Brewer of near
Pittsburg were in town Thursday.
Miss Ethel Lemmons visited her sis
ter Mrs. Vorris Saturday and Sunday.
4.
EDDYVILLE.
Miss Edith Lee who is attending
school at Mt. Pleasant spent Sunday
with her parents in Eddyviile.
Mrs. Lyda Ruggles of Des Moines
was called to Eddyviile Sunday by
the serious illness of her granddaugh
ter Helen Baker.
A. J. Gardner was a business caller
In Albia Saturday.
Martin Swinteck returned- Sundayment.
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from a business trip to Sprlngfleldt
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Epperson of Ot
tumwa were guests of relatives in Ed
dyviile Sunday.
Mrs. Neva Canfield came up from
Eldon and spent Sunday ii Eddyviile
with her mother Mrs. Florence Dunkle.
Daniel Whttsel und Robert Loguo
spent Sunday with friends in Hedrick.
A crowd of thirty people drove to
the Red Mineral Springs farm Sunday
and spent the day. Those present en
joyed an excellent dinner prepared by
the Misses Jones who are now manag
ers of the hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller of Frederic
are guests of their daughter Mrs. F.d
Worrall.
Miss Neta Chapman of Given fa
spending the week with her friend Mis-i
Whitsel.
Mrs. Frank Whitsel, Mrs. R. Loguo
iind Leta Chilton were business callers
in Ottumwa Monday.
I CHARITON.
Jesse D. Retherford and Miss Ora
E. Clark, both of this city, were united
in marriage on Monday evening at 8
o'clock at the Christian parsonage, the
ceremony being performed by Rev. C.
C. Davis. The groom is a son of Mr.
anJ Mrs. Frank Retherford and for
the past five years has been employed
at Flatt's candy kitchen. The bride is
a daughter of Mrs. Wm. Moore and
has resided here the past few years.
For some time she was employed in
Mrs. Walker's millinery establish
ment. Both are highly respected young
people and will receive the congratu
lations of many friends.
Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the office of Justice J. C. Seward,
Harley Lee of near Woodburn and
Miss Ethel Mundell of near Lucas
were united in marriage, Justice Sew
ard performing the ceremony in the
presence of a few relatives. The
groom is employed as a brakeman on
the railroad and they will reside in
Des Moines.
Messrs. Geo. F. Carpenter, F. L.
Plumley and Ed Badger of this city,
and W. H. Holmes of Benton township
left yesterday on a land seeking trip
to Oklahoma.
Mrs. Wm. Clayton left yesterday
for a visit in Kansas City, Kansas,
with her nephew.
Mrs. T. Baker left yesterday for a
week's visit in Afton with her daugh
ter, Mrs. M. Shull.
C. R. Kirk of St. Joe, formerly of
this city, is making a brief visit with
his old friends before leaving for
France to purchase horses. His wife
will accompany him on the trip.
Mrs. Anna Peck of St. Poul return
ed home last evening after a three
weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. Palmer, and sister, Mrs.
peter west.
Miss Ida V. Noble of Kansas, who
had been spending a few weeks with
relatives and old friends here and at
Oakley, left last evening for a visit
in Fairfield before returning home.
Miss Ruth Leonard went to Indian
ola last evening for a few days' visit
with friends.
The members of the Chariton or
chestra went to Leoii today to furnish
music for a dance.
Mrs. Chester McCollough and two
children went to Kansas City yester,
day to spend a few weeks with her
mother-in-law, Mr*. J. F. McCollouugh,
who is there receiving medical treat-
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Miss Bessie M. HendHckson and Earl
A. Mowery were united in marriage
last evening by Rev. J. F. Robertson,
pastor of the Willard Street M. E.
church. The wedding took place at
the parsonage at 8:30. The couple
were attended by Miss Marie Ott and
Clarence Ries. The impressive ring
ceremony was used. The bride was at
tired in a beautiful white embroidered
voile gown, Miss Ott wore a very be
comming blue embroidered dress.
A reception was given at the home
of the bride's parents last evening.
The color scheme of l}lue and white
wes very tastefully carried out. After
congratulations a wedding supper was
served, only a few relatives and friends
were present. Many beautiful and
useful presents were received by the
young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Mowery
ieft last evening on the. Burlington to
visit the groom's parents near Fairfield
Mr. Mowery is employed as a clerk
at the Mprrill wholesale house and has
many friends in the city. They will
reside here. Mrs. Mowery is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Hendrick
son 239 North Davis street and is a
popular young woman.
BLOOMFIELD.
The mule team driven by W. W.
Wilson, the oil distributor in Bloom
field, ran away yesterday" scattering a
wagon bed full of cans containing oil.
Mrs. Johnson of Albia and Miss
Maud Gray of Milton are visiting the
family of W. B. Shreve.
Milt Kelsey of Topeka, Kans., who
was called here to attend the funeral
of his father Squire H. Kelsey yester
day, will remain in this, his boyhood^
home visiting relatives and frienda for
a month.
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J. P. HAWTHORNE
PARSON, IOWA.
Millet and Cane Seed
Buy Now
Ottumwa Seed Co.
115 South Court
EYE, BAR, NOSE AND
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