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5 "ft- '•rV.wO." /v ty\ 4 *4* "vi J* .- .... MSfWHai'-s'\ sc#7.4.-iite(te^S'.:v:'!ai!» jg DRAIN TILE For prices and information vrite Mercy Clay Products Co OTTUMVA, IOWA Tri-Weekly Courier CHANGING ADDRESS E8. Subscribers wishing their address changed will please give the name of the postoffice to which the paper has been sent a8 well as the postoffice where they desire It to be changed to. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Sargent fills mall orders promptly. Miss Margaret Maloney, 420 North Jefferson street," left yesterday after noon on Burlington No. 6 for a two weeks' visit in Kewanee and Chi cago, III. Mrs. Price's Canning Compound, 3 for 26c—Sargent's. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Middles-worth, 330 East Second street, have gone for & month'H pleasure trip to New York and other eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Myers, formerly of Slgouraey, have moved to this city and will make their home at 215 North Cherry street. Bl&cklegotds and Blacklegine pre vent Blackleg. Sargent haa them. Miss Gertrude Nelson of Omaha, Neb., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mitchell, 801 West Fourth, street and at the home of Mrs. J. K. Sloan, 801 North Moore •street. Sulphur in ten pound lots, 5c pound —Sargent's. Mrs. E. Milhollon and daughter, Miss Chloa, 616 West Second street, left yesterday for Breckenrldge, Colo., for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. .John Morrell and children, 418 North Market street, left last night on Burlington No. 2 for a month's visit in Boston, Mass., and other points. Miss Pearl DeNoon .of the Ottum wa National bank is enjoying her va cation. Jacob Abegg, collection clerk of the bank, resumed his duties this morning. Large palm leaf fans free at Sap .gent's. Miss Clara Norfolk, 652 North Court street, spent yesterday with friends in Parnell. Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes, 406 Bast Second street, have gone to Denver and other Colorado points on a pleas ure trip. A. C. Blose of Omaha, Nob., left yesterday for Keokuk after a Ytelt at the home of Miss Ada Kendig, 319 North Washington street. Cutler's wonderful Blood Powder 6 tor $5.00—Sargent's. Mrs. Homer Cresap, 321 North Washington street, spent yesterday with friends in Bonaparte. Mrs. Cre sap was accompanied by her guest, Miss W. Cresap of Miami, Mo. W. R. Daum is a business caller in Chicago today. Mrs. I. Gordan and Master Charles Reed. 702 Glen wood avenue, left this morning on Burlington No. 3 for Colo rado Springs and other Colorado points for an extended visit Rexall Heave and Colic treatment absolutely guaranteed by Sargent. Mrs. C. L. Chisman. 143 North Da vis street, Is visiting friends and rel atives in Des Moines this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hardy have re turned to Brookfleld, Mo., after a week's visit at the home of Sc^W^S.? *3^ sf iV v""w MT. •'1 II Specially lor Yon, Sir tl Here is an Invitation We invite you to call and inspect the many tempting values we are offering in Men's and W Boys' Suits, Men's, Women's and Children's Sum mer Shoes and Oxfords, Straw Hats, Wash Ties. TRUEFIT CO. A TRUEFIT ALWAYS 103-105 East Main 118 South Court Har dy's brother, Frank Hardy, 150 North Ward street. Mrs. H. L. Barless of Des Moines, has returned home after a visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. K. Sloan, 301 North Moore street, and othei relatives. Miss Myrtle Day, 234 South Willard street, and Mrs. Phil Schorr who re sides on South Willard street, and sister, Miss Clara Day, left this morn ing to visit relatives in Blakesburg. The blood hounds belonging to Rode baugh and Cowger, of Agency, were taken to Iowa county, last night in an automobile. The sheriff's office in Ot- tumwa knew nothing of any crime in and put into good shape for travel. Iowa county, or any cause for taking the dogs there. Mrs. L. Hildreth, 932 West Second street, accompanied by Miss Mary Murphy, 202 East Court street, left last evening on ^Burlington No. 9 for Aspen, Colo., anil other points, where they will spend the remainder of the summer. ROOSEVELT MEN TO MET SATURDAY The friends of Theodore Roosevelt will meet in mass convention in the Wapello county court house Saturday afternoon July 20, at 1:30 o'clock. The purpose of the meeting will be to dis cuss the matter of selecting thirteen delegates to attend Che third party con vention in Des Moines July 24 After a brief illness he passed away Wednesday July 10, 1912 at 1:20 p. aged 59 years 8 months and three days. The deceased leaves to mourn their loss three sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Ruth Samuels and Mrs. Beal Evans of Horace, Ind., Mrs. I. M. Davis of Ot tumwa, John Cheek of Columbus, Ind., and Will Cheek of Hedrick. His tether, mother, four brothers and two sisters preceded him in death.—Contributed. AGENCY. Mrs. N. J. Fellows is visiting friends in Nora, Nebr. Ms. John Reeve of Sumner, la-, was called here on account of the serious illness of her sister Mrs. Eliza Reynolds. EJli Fair has returned from Oklahoma. MISB Fannie and Lloyd Nye visited friends in Albia over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W, N. Bnyart left on Tuesday for a three weeks' trip in the west. The marshal of Agency is going to enforce the auto speed ordinance which limits autos to a 10 mile gait and will arrest all who violate the ordinance. Mrs. Wm. Hopkins who has been ill is getting better. D. Newell has returned from Des Moines where he visited his son George. The first number of the entertain ments under the auspices of the M. E. choir will be given at the M. E. church Friday evening July 19. Lecture by B. G. Hankins. On Friday evening July 26 the choir will give a musical program. Proceeds to be applied on new song books for the Sunday school and church. Everybody invited to attend these programs. Frank Connelly has returned to his home in Chicago after visiting his par ents here, Mr. and Mrs. John Connelly. ALBIA. 8 OTTUMWA COURIBR, THURSDAY. JULY 18,1912 nn/l if found advisable to name the delegates. The Committee. The above notice was authorized by W. F. Doelker, who in a statement de clared that he favored the meeting of the Roosevelt progressives Saturday to determine their strength in Wapello county. If it is not sufficient to ac complish anything looking to the es tablishment of a third party, Mr. Doelker declared that he was in favor of adopting a resolution pledging the support of the voters present to W. H. Taft and the complete republican ticket. Dr. Shallenberger, the Chicago Spe cialist has successfully treated me for enlarged glands of the neck. I had treated with other doctors, and they all told me I could not live long, but to day I am doing as much work as any man, and have been for the last two years. Charley Ware, Floris, la. OBITUARY. Charles Cheek. Charles Cheek was born near Greens burg, Ind., Sept. 7, 1852, and lived there until he had grown to manhood. He went from there to Texas where he remained for about ten years. He then went to Sullivan county, Missouri, where he lived until about two years ago, when he came to make his home wtih his brother Will Cheek south of Hedrick. 1 Rev. H. G. Rice and family leave this evening for Five Mile, Ohio, for their new work. Misses Helen, Mabel and Genevieve will stop off in Chicago to visit for a few days, while Mrs. Rioe and mother Mrs. Hayes will spend a few day- at Indianapolis, Ind., their old home. Mrs. Hunter and two daughters of Purdin. Mo., have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warnie Bullington the past week. They are now at Moulton visiting with Mrs. Hunter's parents. Mrs. Oscar Dalin writes from the west that she is enjoying every min ute of her vacation. Mr. Dalln, accom panied by Miss Dalin and Master Charles will go to Omaha in a couple of weeks and will later be joined by Mrs. Dalln for the trip home. Mrs. Harry Moore was called to Os kaloosa a few days ago by the illness of her sister. Gilbert White and nephew James Third avenue east is being graded up White, were passengers for Harper on KEOSAUQUA. Judge Robt. Sloan returned Saturday from a few weeks' visit in Colorado. Geo. »/. Davidson returned Monday from a visit east. While gone he at tended the democratic convention at Baltimore and visited Washington, Philadelphia and other eastern points. Will Brown of Chicago is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown for a few days. Hugh Cornell was an over Sunday visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. adn Mrs. C. A. Cornell. Ernest Pearson who has been spend ing the past winter in Oklahoma City has returned to his home here for the summer. The Van Buren county normal open ed its sessions here on Monday of this week. The institute will last for two weeks, and there has already been a good enrollment. Prof. David Williams, former superintendent of schools here is one of the instructors. Prof. A. H. Potter, who is one of t)ie Instructors will give a lecture on Tuesday evening at the Methodist church on 'Tennyson's poem "The Brook." He will illustrate his lecture with crayon sketches. Mrs. H. E. Duckworth left for Ne braska last week where she will visit with relative® a few weeks. Granville Hanan and daughters Dora and Imogene are visiting relatives in Wyoming. WILLIAMSBURG. The P. E. O. society met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy Ev ans. Mrs. R. E. Jones was received as a member of the society. Levi Lewis of Victor was in the city Wednesday on business. The bail game here Thursday be tween the Williamsburg and Oxford teams resulted in favor of the home team by a score of 7 to 4. W. H. Faas of Pilot township 1b hauling out material for a new resi dence. Rev. Ffether Glenn of St. Mary's church in this city visited Tuesday with relatives at Ottumwa. John R. Owen, a former resident here, now of Minneapolis, is here this week visiting at the R. L. Parry home. Died, at her home southeast of the city Wednesday July 10, Mrs. Olga Kuch, aged 44 years. Funeral services were held at the home Friday, conduct ed by Rev. T. E. Sherman. Interment in Oak Hill cemetery. Ruth and Effie Jones, left Thursday for a visit with relatives and friends at Chicago and Columbus, O. Jens Halverson of Conroy, Ia^ trans acted business here Thursday and vis ited at the home of his son H. A. Hal verson. Mrs. D. H. Phillips who has been here for a month's visit with relatives and friends, has returned tp her home at Excelsior Springs, Mo. Mrs. G. L. Durr who was taken to Iowa City last week for surgical opera tion is reported as slowly Improving. Mrs. Wayne Choate of Glenwood, la., and Mrs. F. Rounds and daughters Lucile and Frances of Sundance, Wyo., wlio have been here for a month visit ing at the W. G. Fletcher homes, left Tuesday for their respective homes. Miss Mae McEachran, county super intendent of schools, and the Misses Edna Ogden and Jennie Young are attending a meeting of the National Teachers association at Chicago. Mrs. L. Shames and son Irvln left Thursday for a two weeks' visit with relatives at Chicago. E. W. Edwards left Monday for Cambria, Wis., for a visit with relatives at Mr. Edwards' boyhood home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sieh of Souther land are here for a few days' visit at the home of their daughter Mrs. R. E. Jones. Mrs. R. J. Williams of Minneapolis is visiting here this week at the home of her friend Mrs. Ed Evans. John B. Hughes who has been here for a week visiting at the E. M. Long and Cyrus Evans homes, returned on Tuesday to his home at Sutherland, la. Miss Pearle Long who has been away visiting at the B. F. Richmond home at Webster, returned home Fri day. .Mrs. J. D. Lewis who has been vis iting relatives at Manning, la., is now at home. Mrs. Hugh Harrington and children of North English came up Thursday for a visit with various relatives. Attorney J. F. Kirby who has been at Iowa City attending to business, is now at home. Mr. Byrns, one of the early settlers of Iowa county, was in Wednesday visiting with various friends. Miss Ada Johnson of Chicago is here for a visit with relatives and friends and also to attend to some business in terests. ness men of Cedar Rapids, are here for a visit at the home of their mother and Earl and Layton Evans, young busi other relatives. Hon. John Hughes, Jr., who attend ed the state convention at Des Moines, returned Thursday. FARMINGTON. Miss Bessie Rempke of Keokuk is the guest of Miss Edith Jack. Miss Zula Gares of Des Moines is visiting friends and relatives for a few weeks. Mrs. Dan Hecker was an over Sun day guest of her husband in Keokuk. Roy Gray left Sunday for Louisville. Ky., where he has accepted a position as traveling salesman for a clothing firm. Beeson and Coulter have moved into their new quarters in the Carr building. Mrs. Susan Boler has returned from Keokuk where she was the guest of her son O. K. Boler and family. Mrs. Kthan French and son of Ft Madison arrived Tuesday for a visit with her mother Mrs. Geo. Lyons and other relatives. Misses Gladys Hornbaker and Mary Harbin of Mt. Sterling spent the week with the former's grandparents John lYench and wife. SIGOURNEY. George HaJIner from Clinton, Mo., arrived in the city Saturday evening for a short visit at the N. A. Strain home. Mrs. HafEner came several days ahead of him. J. Welmer from the state of Wyoming came in Friday to visit at the home of his brother-in-law D. T. Stockman. Mr. Welmer is a former resident of the north part of this coun ty. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Vlttetoe are the parents of a baby girl, born Saturday evening. Mrs. Adell McElwee and daughter Margaret Laura, left for their home in St. Louis Saturday evening after hav ing spent the past two months at the F. L. Goeldner home. [Saturday evening. 'a •.'•, i) ,v- •. r.A'jy-,' «,'k*twr^KM,^w*^'"iwT5iwiwwaM RICHLAND. Howard Fuller who has been up in I Minnesota working on the railroad has I returned home. Dr. L. E. Tracy of Albany, Ore., hasi returned home. Mrs. Art Robinson who has been caring for her mother Mrs. Bottorff has returned -with her children to Guthrie Center. Little Miss Dorothy Neff of Wayland is visiting her aunt, Maud Barnett. Attorney Henry Wagner of Sigour ney was a business caller in town on Friday. Dr. Irwin and wife went to Burling ton Saturday to visit friends. A. B. Richmond of Sigourney and D. D. G. master of I. O. O. F. came over Saturday evening with his installation staff and installed the following officers for the ensuing six months: N. G., P. D. Ward V. G., Chas. Goodrich record ing secretary, J. Carmichael treasurer, Ed Swank R. S. to N. G., J. W. Hol lowell L. S. to N. Q., Wm. Harkins warden, J. C. Nordyke conductor, W. A. Ward chaplain, George Morain in ner guard, Lennie Lewis outer guard, John Kent R. S. G., Oscar Hbbson L, S. G., B. Jones. Saturday, July 13, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson, but died in about an hour after birth. Their many friends extend to them sympathy in their sad bereavement. Born, to Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Nevill. Saturday, a son. The Woman's club have postponed meetings until cooler weather, Their last meeting ended with a picnic for the members and families July 4. Enos McCrackin living south of town, died Sunday morning after an Illness of two weeks. Funeral was held Monday. Mrs. Louie Kenney of St. Louis came Saturday to soand a few weeks with her father J. L. N. Harris and brother and sister Mrs. Eulis. Bert Faylure went to Klrkville to visit his father and mother over Sun day. 4- A. R. Hiatt, H. O. Hiatt, Boss Doug las and Moses Welch spent Sunday on the Des Moines fishing. U. S., D. G. and F. B. Whitaker of Hillsboro took dinner in Stockport on Sunday. A large crowd gathered on the banks of Cedar creek to see ten pensons im mersed by the M. E. minister. Pitt Plumer who has been ill for a few days, is recovering. F. A. Rhynas left Saturday for Craw ford, Nebr., to sell some horses to the government. Mrs. Martha Moot and grandson Paul left Saturday evening for Keokuk to visit her son. From there she goes to Kahoka to visit her daughter. Mrs. Elsie Hastings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Collins, after visiting for the past three weeks, returned to her home in Gaullng, O., Monday. J. C. Silver has purchased the O. C. Collins property and will move to town about September 1. The ififl cream supper given by the Christian church Saturday evening was a great success. Wick Whitaker of Hillsboro visited at Stockport Friday and Saturday. G. W. Johnston was a passenger to Ottumwa Thursday. Mrs. K. Becktel left for her home on Thursday, after visiting a few days with her sister Mrs. T. T. Beswick. T. C. Day has purchased the meat market and took possession Monday HILLSBORO. Mrs. J. E. Elliott visited this week with relatives in Rome. Arthur Endersby and Mrs. R. N. Endersby are visiting relatives in Birmingham. Miss Birdie Teter and brother Clar ence left for a week's visit in Law rence, Kans., after which they will leave for Los Angeles, where they will visit relatives for six weeks or more. The young lady friends of Miss Myrtle Wyatt gave her a per-nuptial shower at her home here Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Benn and R. S. Watts and son Earl are spending a few weeks in Tyrone, Okla. The County Embroidery club met with Mrs. Lissa Hoaglin. Mrs. Mary Teter left Friday evening for Ft. Madison. W. P. Blackford and family left on Thursday for Oskaloosa. B. Hixson and son Melvin and Fred Llnkenfelter left Thursday for Billings, Mont., where they have some carpenter work to do. Mrs. Eunice Watson entertained a company .of ladles Thursday at dinner. Mrs. Mary Beckley of Ottumwa is visiting relatives here this week. J. W. Blackford has returned from Oskaloosa. Mrs. Carrie Watts entertained the Embroidery club yesterday afternoon. The Tade family yearly reunion will be held near here next Wednesday. Mrs. Fred Linkenfelter is spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George McComb, southwest of town. Miss Pearl Blackford left for a visit at the C. E. Logan home in Mt. Pleas ant. Henry Keck who has been visiting in Burlington this week spent a couple of days with relatives here on his return. I LiBERTYVIuLE. I Miss Anderson from LaPorte, la, was an over Sunday guest at the Rev. W. L. Vincent hjme. R. R. Talley came in from Oklahoma to spend a few days with his brother J. P. Talley. 1 4 Everett Fry of LaPorte, Ind., is heie for a ten days' vacation with his par ents. Miss Gertrude Band of Alva, Okla., is a gruest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rankin. Harlie Tost was in Des Moines a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawkins rexurn ed Monday after spending a week with their daughter at Keota, la. Harry Hurst of Centerville spent Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. Ada Allen and son left Monday for her home in Creston, after a visit with relatives here. Miss Bernice Dixon of Milton is a guest of Fern Rinlker. The work on the school house has begun. G. E. Bowermaster of Fairfield has the contract. The Epworth league gave an ice cream social In the park Saturday evening July 13. Mr. and Mrs. John Winn of Shenan doah visited several days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winn. Mrs. Eck Carter is reported better at this time. Miss Vironda Campbell of Davenport is here visiting with her grandmother Mrs James Coleman and other rela tives. William Hassmann of Chicago vis ited last week with his daughter Mrs. P. M. Peterson. Mrs. Howard Hassleman and two children are guests of friends at Eddy ville and Albia. John Harmon of Oklahoma is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Huffman and other relatives. Ivan Pollock of St. Louis is here vis iting his parents. Mrs. Bert Rider and children of TO Off 4 STOCKPORT. Roy Davidson and wife and Mr. Rus sell and family spent Sunday on Cedar Creek fishing and hunting clams. $27.50 Suits now 1-3 off ... ..,. $18.35 $25.00 Suits now 1-3 off ... .... $16.67 $22.50 Suits now 1-3 off ... .... $14.67 $20.00 Suits now 1-3 off ... .... $13.35 $18.50 Suits now 1-3 off ... .... $12.35 $16.50 Suits now 1-3 off... .... $11.00 $15.00 Suits now 1-3 off ... .... $10.00 $12.50 Suits now 1-3 off ... $ 8 3 5 $10.00 Suits now 1-3 off ... $ 6 6 7 $ 8.50 Suits now 1-3 off $ 5 6 7 $ 7.50 Suits now 1-3 off Flandrew, S. D., are here visiting at the Fray home. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hill of Creston are guests of the former's mother. BIOWELL. Willie Anderson of Green Mountain is visiting relatives here. Emma and Beulah Watts of South Ottumwa visited friends here a few days last week. Willie Grooms and family visited on Thursday with relatives in South Ot tumwa. Wilson Byrum and family visited at the Geo. Foster home at Eddyville re cently. Lindsay Lloyd of near Rutledge is working for Frank Yenger. Will Berry and family and Mr. Buf flngton and family of Pleasant Home visited Sunday at the Mrs. C. O. oPtter home. Miss Stella Potter spent the Fourth with friends in Seymour. Oliver Potter visited Sunday with friends in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Canfleld re turned Sunday after a visit with rela tives in Ottumwa. Mrs. Arch Fiske of South Ottumwa is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Catharine Johnston and son Frank were callers Sunday afternoon at the Geo. Bedwell and Orvil Copeland homes near Russell Chapel. Thedore Chisman of South Ottumwa is spending a few days with his grand parents Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Chlsmari. ALBIA. Harry Phoris was brought from Barnum yesterday morning by his wife and mother. His condition is yet some what serious but he is recovering as rapidly as could be expected. The baby became sick while at Barnum and this hastened the return. 25all Richart was taken to the asylum for inebrates at Knixville yesterday by Chief of Police Mack Coons. He has been under sentence for sometime, but was given his freedom pending good behavior. His promise to Mayor Berry was forgotten yesterday and the sen tence was put into execution. He will serve three years. The county board from Bremer coun ty was at Albia yesterday inspecting the court house. Bremer county will erect a new court house this fall at Waverly. W. Hayes of Eddyville was an Al bia visitor yesterday. At the reception tendered to Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Rice at the Giltner home last night a goodly number of the friends of this family were present and they were presented with four five dollar gold pieces from the Aid and Missionary societies, Sunday school and C. E. with which to purchase a gift in their new home to remind fhem of Albia friends. SALEM CHAPEL. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilyeart returned home last Monday night from a visit •with relatives at Winfleld and Mt. Union. Fred W. Norman of Eddyville drove down Wednesday evening to spend the Fourth of July celebration at Fremont. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilford of Blakesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Bennle Rooker, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wllford, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCoy, Lawrence, Hazel and Mabel Wilford, Eva and "Wm. Rooker, Helen Wllford, Otho, Bert and Mary McCoy held a family picnic at the John McCoy home the Fouth. Mr. and Mrs. George Shepherd invit ed a few friends to their home for a picnic supper the evening of the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koontz, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. McElroy, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilyeart, Mr. and Msr. Cary Johnson and chil dren, Mrs. Frances English,, JTaylor, mw ANDERSON Commencing Friday, July 19, ^3 Off Ottumwa, Iowa Men's and Young Men's Suits a case of" GENUINE BLUES— A A N E S O N S The real Oswego Blue Serge Suits are included in this sale they come in most all grades and are offered at 1-3 off. No reason why you should be Blue when you can buy Oswego Blue Serges at 1-3 off. Intensely interesting because of its saving opportunity, this 1-3 off sale. De pendable Clothing was never offered at less. World's leading makes are repre sented in our stock. No price tickets will be changed. The original tickets re maining on the Suits. You can do your own figuring, since we mark all goods in plain figures. No goods will be charged and we will charge for alterations when alterations are required. Jessie and Neil Baker, Arthur McEl roy, Crystal, Alta, Garnett and Glenn Gilyeart, Grace Andrews, Mark, Bertha and Donald English, Walker Proud, Harold Plcken and Willie Koontz at tended the celebration at Fremont the Fourth. Crystal Gilyeart returned home Fri day evening after visiting friends at Eddyville. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hitchen spent the Fourth, at Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bennle Rooker and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hitchen. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wllford spent Sunday at the parental E. E. Gilyeart home. -t -i -V( nCwla WuV -4 HIGHLAND CENTER. O. D. Emery left for his home near Chugwater, Wyo. Monday after an ex tended visit with relatives and friends in and around Highland. Mrs. M. Knight returned from Hed rick Tuesday after visiting her daugh ter Mrs. R. Redrnon and family. Chas. Primer and Wm. Mick were in Ottumwa Wednesday. Mrs. Florence Stevens is visiting at the O. C. Stevens home. Mrs. W. P. Emery who has been very ill has improved greatly. Mrs. M. Dennis returned home from Ottumwa "Wednesday evening aft er a pleasant visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. M. L. Reiselt was a passenger to Ottumwa Wednesday. Miss Wanda Pack wood of Ottumwa is visiting her grandmother Mrs. Mary Knight. A large crowd witnessed the ball game between iHighland and Martins burg Sunday, the latter winning 7 to 6. Mrs. W. R. Jonos and children spent Sunday with relatives in South Ot tumwa. Wm. Bottorff and daughter spent The Investment of Your Lite Is a Piano Its dividends, in the form of enjoyment to you and your family make a good piano a fine invest ment. There are different grades of pianos ,three of which are THE LESTER. The I Clothier Boys' Knicker Suits 1-3 off. $12.50 Suits, 1-3 off $8*35 $10.00 Suits, 1-3 off ............ $6.67 $ 8.50 Suits, 1-3 off $5.67 $ 7.50 Suits, 1-3 off $5.00 $ 6.50 Suits, 1-3 off $4.35 $ 5.00 Suits, 1-3 off $3.35 $ 4.50 Suits, 1-3 off $3.00 $ 4.00 Suits, 1-3 off ....... $2.67 $ 3.50 Suits, 1-3 off $2.35 $ 3.00 Suits ,1-3 off i.. ... $2.00 $ 2.50 Suits, 1-3 off $1.67 $ 2.00 Suits, 1-3 off $1.35 Replace that worn out galvanized chimney extension with a terra cotta chimney top. They last longer and act as a windguard to prevent your chimney from smoking. Ottumwa Lime & Cement Co 204 So. Court St THE PRICE & TEEPLE. THE KOHLER & CAMPBELL. Each one is a leader at the price asked and is backed by our business reputation. A look will not obligate you in any manner. Player Pianos $425 and up. Saunder's Music Store 225 East Mam. A Safe Place to Trade. ^rM Sunday at the home of his brother Tom Bottorff and family. Mrs. T. A. Summers returned home Tuesday from North English where she has been visiting her son Ivy Summers and wife. FARMINGTON. 4 Born, July 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Her man Schmidt, a daughter. Mrs. Dora Wiegner, Miss Anna Wieg ner of Donnellson and Mrs. P. A, Wieg ner and baby of Brookfleld, Ma, visited Wednesday with Mrs. Wiegner's daugh ter Mrs. Martin Harnagle. Mrs. W. H. Knott returned Wednes day from a two weeks' visit with her son Stanton in Richmond, Ind. She stopped at Clinton on her way home for a short stay with her husband W. H. Knott who is employed there. Mrs. Chas. Aylor and children ot Douds-Leando who have been visiting the former's parents H. Vlckers and wife, returned home Monday. M'tss Jane Therme of Keokuk is the guest of Mrs. Nellie Therme. Miss Alta Burrler of Elgin, I1L, is vis iting her mother Mrs. Mary Burrler, She was accompanied by her friend Miss Bernice Weter. Mrs. John McElroy is visiting rela tives in Ft. Madison. w»'