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Ottumwa, Iowa
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WEDNESDAY THLEOTTUKWA COURIER. from the that . mads rom e un Witcb-Htzel cific *r Piles; Blind. fandProtrudinrM.S.' B J S Braises. Sprains. U c w . Contusions. Boils. CKbunefes. Ecana, T»t*er Silt Rheum, vA ill «h«r Ska. SALVE PRIPAHED Br E.C.DeWitt COM Cicala 'for sale by F. B. CLARK, Dmggltt. Court and Second. aUDENT PEOPLE read the fresn, Hve. up-to-date advertisements in the Courier and save -rtcajjay. , - · · . ProfessW^l Cards. l PHYSICIANS DR.;w:fc.|fANNER, Physician-and Surgeon. . ifHiT-Kiioms, ' 31412 Lcighton Building? iMnn-e. 118 North Wlllard street. e, 1020; office; /j890. . · ' ' " ' " " ' ' ' kinds of weather junirs. -· ) ' ' "Cff.v, '""' ,;.' ' " ; Country, *i ) ''fciia'-pjafce".,.-;"-;: OSTEOPATHY. · · · · irsduate of American School at Oiteop* -. KirksTiile, "Ho. . . . ' . ' . «· looms 5 and 7 Summers BolidlBf. Omc* ir* S:3C to 12:00;'l:30-tfl MG. !. ELIZABETH M. THOMPSON, Osteopathic Physician. iduate American School Osteoptthy, Kirfcsvllle, Missouri. · ice. 227 N. Court St. New 'Phone. 884. Hours. 9:00 to lS:00 and 1:30 to 4:00. T LAWYERS. iu. P. 1IBINDEL. J. F. WISBBEU. H E I N D E L WEBBER. Lawyer*. is and 10 Baker Block, Ottnmwa, lAS. D. F0LI.BN. CHAS. C. ATKK1 FULLEN AYRES, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. nite 1, Williamson Bnlldlai, 105 North art street. Ottunnya, lows. B. Williams. MIwKeota W. WILLIAMS i WILLIAMS, Attorneys/ait: Law. . oms 27 tad "28,. faurd 'Floor.' B: er Bit A. WORE. ' E M M E T A. WOBK. WORK 4. WORK, Attorney* at Law; - ··'-··- ^ Ighton BiiUdlng...-.. '. -Qtmipwa. low*. E. STELROV. W. -H. M'BLPOI. M'ELROY M'ELROY, Attorneys at Law^-'-a* .-.-..··. iffice on sonthwert corner bit Main'«aa "'·n streets, opposite BaHlnfall BodM, iiimwa. ·-·:" ·'-';·:.--.. .·' .j' : ..iV^'N-fe.-ffii;-'!' a. WNETT. ': ^^m D. M'NETT * TJSDALE, Attorneys at! taw. iBce In Richards Blocfc ' y'£' A. W. ENOCH, Attorney at . looms 23 and 24; Hattamond Offl?* Block: .119East Mala: Phoii ;«L'.r. ' - / J f · "'ry. JUSTICES OF THB PEACE. 0. L. CAMPBEL; Justice of the Peice,- - · .-. I Notary Public. A. W Peck, Contibll 4 Notary _. ice. 107 11. Market ^treit Railroad Time Tables W I N S LEAVING UNION DEPOT. W. S. ParKer, Ticket Aflent. J R L I N G T O N ROUTE, t., B. db Q. L Going East. · Depart ai-niicajju.D'ubucini! 'Q'ulncy 2:10 a. in. -l-Local Freight .'...r.'V.... 6:45 a. m. fili-Iiin-lingtofi' St. Eonis.. .7:15 a. at. Oli-IViiria, Unhuqne ^Qnincy. 11:50 a.m. fin--Chicago Limited i'.. l:25', 4a-flik-ago.St.LouIs Jfc Qnicy T:0(J p. in. ka--I'ast mail '.. . . ..if...... 8:37 p; m. 2l-riiif:i ? o.reoria A^Rockfora-ll^S p.m 't. Mndison accommodation, dally: : exit Sunday, depart 7:15;«. m.;.aTrlTe.8:00 Going Weit. '"' : a, Council Bluffs and " .. 12:53 a. m. ' 2:49 tt^in! 5:30 a. in! Sa-Fart raatl .1 ....... . Ih-Lnoal Freight ..... .ti'.;. Sa-Omalia.Kahsas ClJ vt-r. Hot Sprtriigs,. J 0«ia Oc'lon. Pokland;'v - · m-Fast mall i. flnilv; h, except Slipway.'"'-Nos.1,"{famf no not curry passengers. HICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC 3 - Going East. Depart. Wi-nrs Moiiies to Keokuk...10:10n. m. ·»4-Ii:s Moinns to Eldon .....10:36 p. m. .TC-I.IPS Moines to Keokaki... 3:22 pi m. 134--r'ri-iijht'Eldon 3:10 p.m. Going West. Iffl-KHnn to Des Moincs..... 7:35 a. m. »l-Kw,hi,k to DCS Moines ...32:06 p. m, JM-I-M. Kldon to Des Moines 8;15 a. m: ··I1--I-';;, daily. Eldon to Monroe 8:05 p.m. Ai-Kontnk to DCS Moines - - 7:05 p. at. l-nlfss otherwise specified, all trains are Lv except Sunday. . T R A I N S LEAVING JEFFERSON. STREET U N I O N DEPOT. A. J. Packard, Agent. HICAGO, M I L W A U K E E ST.PAUL Arrive. Depart IK-SCO, lititnujue ' . Mw.i'ili'e dl2:15 a: m. 1)2:33 a. m: ii'T.i.'f.. r ( ,,i ar R a p. p "·;..- M0:10 a. m. 7:05 p. m. ! ;'"" !i '"'- 1 1)2:30 s.. m. dl2:23a. m. · I I M s I i | y . |m ) J 0 , , · hfi:35 n. ra. M0:20 n. m. · · · - . !-.-i K in. cast, leaves 0:35 h. m: it. i . - d m i n . oast, loaves . ...10:45 n. in. '· ·';· f r " i c h i . west, leaves... .6:45it. in. ' ' f : - i ^ i l . west, loaves... .11:30 a. m. Vmiiv' J ' : ''' wcpt Sunday; d, except Urn!TM' trilins . !U ' rivc «*' ana'depart from WABASH. Arrive - .Depart .a6:15 ».m. .a":00p. m. m '. ' r ' lills enn-ykng pasBengers tie- iimmvH and Moillton: I. 01 *-"" 1 1S:OU p. m. ii:i:00 a. m, ?! I), except Sundit?. -' M*mb«m.of OhAriton aehoolBovrd Mrs. Lulu Baxter Shearer Gets Po«i- *tion of Mutical Director--All Teach. ert WeVe Rt-Eltcted to Former. Positions--Other Chariton News. Chariton, March 18.--(Courier Spe- :lal Service)--The members of the school' board met Monday evening and' re-elected Superintendent J. B. Morris, and Mrs.'Lulu Baxter Shearer as music -teacher, and all 'of the teachers that are at presnt employed for the ensuing year. They are composed of the following: Bancroft Building, : Principal--Mrs,: Laura Gow. ''$.'. First assistant principal -- Jessie McKlveen. ,- ··,..' ; . ; Second, assistant principal--L,ula VIcMasters. '~. ' ' Third assistant principal -- Daisy Dent. Teachers 1 --Misses ' Alma' Clay, Myr- Se DunganV Lizzie Proctor and -Maggie BeenV ' : ,V · - . ' · ' ' ' [ " . , . ' · Columbus Building: Misses Etta Layton, Ida Been, Anna Layman; Harriet Stanley,j..,Iva_Baldwin f and,;Ada ManiihgT"^ '*''"' '"~"'"'"" Garfleld Building: Misses Augusta Householder, 'Alice Pow«H, ' v Ledna Howard, and Anna Law. Franklin building: Misses Mollie Preel, Delia Courtleow and Carrie: Kull. Miss Bessie Brant was elected' as a supply teacher. _ ;.; Each one ..will occupy ^ the same grade that they-are now holding. - ;Thje re-election- of ; al the old ones is. takeh ; as a good wdicatlbn .ihat^the: Ghart- on schools are in first class, shape and that everything is ging along-smoothly-' ,. ' v: . ·· .;. : J WL-iV':"- : i-.' j ; ' Other-Chariton News.' : ^ / R. F. Foster of-vOjakley.;was a'Busi- ness caller in the city -Tuesday. Mrs. Mae-Horris of .Newborn 'was in the city yesterday, on a shopping expedition. David Watts and Miss Lucy Palmer were granted a marriage license yes- :erday by Clerk Wells.: Nathan Delay died yesterday morning at his home in this city at 6 a.m. Funeral services .will be held tomor- ·ow afternoon at 2 O'clock from"'{he home, on the corner of Armory aveiiue- and South Main street, under the auspices of the A;. O. IT. W. lodge. . ; , The remains- of Matt Lyons,; who viras. killed 'Friday in a wreck in Col-,\arrived Monday night and were coriveyed- to-tHe 'iome· of ^his ^brother, Will ;Lyons; in -Whitebreast township. Funeral services were conducted yes- ;erday forenoon from the Catholic church, whence, remains ·/jgete laid Jri'their-last resting place jntthe Catholic cemetery. r |^iends jestend sympathy to the ageS-fltth^r^the brother and sister in their J6 i erjBa'i§ment. There was quite ap^|e ncrowd out .ast evening in attendance jaf the masquerade box supper-given^by the Degree of Honor in the A. GMJ. W. hall. The installation :,and- inspection of Jewell camp, No. 19V TT.Tlfc'K. P., will take place this evening ;ih'the K. of The: marriage of" Miss" Fraud King io.E. R; Haywood took place today at :he home of the bride,'south of Sus- sell. These are. two of Washington township's most popular young people, the bride being the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Selden-King. They will leave at once for St. Louis, where Mr. Haywood holds a lucrative position with a shoe house. The best wishes of :a host of friends go with them. . ·.'· in sjMte' of "all'reftiedics needs : energetic and above all thor j ough treatment : : A mere | cough? mixture won^ doJ Root out the cold that causes ] the cough. .' : ? .·'·" ; i How? Scott's Emulsion.; Why Scott's Emulsion?) Because it stops the, irrita-| tipn. soothes the tissues and i heaisAe affected membranes, i \ When? R i g h t away | -Scbtt's^ Emulsion begins -to; help .with the first dose i ; 5CQTT ; city today' to attend the. agents' · 'mjeet- ihg-tb : be hel'd-'thla afternodri''-at\this lilace.--·:·'-··· ' v ---, , ! ·"_s?.--.^'-/..- ^ . R. A. Toal superintendent of lunch counters, of Chicago, was in the city on business yesterday. , Geo. Dempsey of Washington waa a visitor in the city yesterday. .. Miss Blanche, Dornsife was an Ottumwa visitor today. Miss'Esther Millard was s an Ottumwa caller today. - - - . -. · Ernest Sadler of Douds is in.the city.o'n busines today. . ,. .. Tffiss 6ra:c~e Cresap'ieft-Tor 'a visit with friends in Keosauqua today. Chas, Blackley left for Kan'sas City on Business today 1 *; "' ; ; : Mrs: E''A: c "Forres,!; and daughter, Miss Annai'.Vere'bttUinwa visitor's to- .V-ai'riiH-,'-. 6. Coxx"'-andi, Mrs: George Earhart were Ottumwa .visitors today. ·-. Misses Fay" 'and' June Jtoberts; 'left :today ; for' a visit wfth ·relatives in Drakeviile. · '··"-' : ' Frank Coolidgej'maiclef-; a" business trip to 'Eddyville' s today.··; ' - ; Mr. -and' Mrs. J. tEnyart left today for Ottumwa with .'their 'infant son, to. have an 'operation performed 'on his eye. . . x . - - . ; . · ' . , ··;' . · · "'·'-·' · . ; .,', '. Albia. i:"Albia, March 18.--Labadies', "Faust" played in Albia last evening 'to a good house. The production was commendable, especially in the electrical effects.- · ' · · .- · :- : I. N. Corbett of Des Moines_ was in Albia yesterday-on business... ,.' · -. W. N. Mehhitt of Fort Dodge is a business caller, in the city today. J. A," Campbell of Chariton is attending-to business in this cify today. A. E. Holder, C. E. Campbell and W.-. W.. Wheeler of Des Moines are business callers in the city today. £: Mr.,and Mrs. .Ed Gilbert and Wm. Cowdeii'Of EddyYiile..w.ese in the city yesterday. . ^ , . J. B. Bolter of^(Dsk^ioosa is in the city today on: busiin's9f|;. ^attending to -busittessiin Albia today. Asa Long'lQf BiiiSiC.iregk is in town today. ' . "?'"·:·;.:.·;;·£'- · · '· L. Hobsbn of Iridiaripla was a business caller ,in r Albla .yesterday. · D. jJrDinneen' and Martin Crisk of Melrcise are attending to business dm- ties/in'the'city today.- v M A. R. Dewey of Washington is a business'caller in Albia today. CANDIDATE^ NAMED. Bloomfield Republicans Select Nominees for City Election. Bloornfield, March ; -l8.r-. (Courier Special Service. )^The republican primaries were held Monday evening for the purpose of nominating three couri- dilmeh, one from/each ; of the three wards in the city; The first ward pri-' mary was held at the republican office, the..second %ard jw.imary at the mayor'? office an'd'fheihird ward at W. R. Gibson's office. Each ward also selected a ward dpmmitteeman- for the ensuing year. Tfiose named for.conn- cilmen were: First ward, C. E. Curl; second ward, NlD. Martin; third ward, A. Yor£ The ticket is regarded as being a strong one. - In the first ward, F. C. Traverse was elected committee^ man, in the second E. Rominger was named, and, in the third^W. S;.. Neal. ··· pB Eldoh.' : ' ' · . ". Eldon March 18.-^-Miss Maggie Murphy of South Ottumwa is -visiting El-i don friends. i Miss June Deeds of Burlington was a visitor in this city yesterday en- route home from Ottumwa. M. W. Garner was an Ottumwa visitor yesterday.' Mr. and Mrs. J: A. Trott returned last night from a visit with friends in Lafayette, Ind. Frank Kallen of Kalamazoo, Mich., is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Floy Murphy was a visitor in Ottnmwa today. The benefit ball given by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen last night was a well attended and grand success. .' , George Dizotell of St. Louis is visit- Ing relatives in this city. There was a republican canvention last night at the city hall for the purpose of nominating two aldermen. Frecl Isabel and W. H. Crow were nominated. · The case of W . - H . Crow against Henry Cowger, a suit on account; was continued until March 21. T. Madden of Trenton is. in the Lebanon.* ' :,;. " Lebanon, March ] 8.-- Quite a number attended the sale at the home of John Forbes last Wednesday near ^Milton. - ·-.~ i :'-~. ' - : · · · · - : . ··-·· '7--"'" J.C,: Van .Fleet is, visiting'in: Ottumwa/' ' . '·-;;!· . . . . . ··;'·· «·.-';-·; . ; ' . . , . . · Mr. and Mrs. 'Walk- Hale of Milton, visited at the home of Henry '.Peacock Sunday. Miss Grace' Hale, ^ho has been« teaching school at the ;; ; White school house returned home with her parents. _ -,Dr. Perry Atkins after spending a few days in: Milton, "returned home, Friday. His brother Clarence accompanied him home. - . ; ' · ' · ' · ' Lewis Conner and Cullei- Humphrey were in Cantril Monday/ ;.·:.-. Joe Harrison foGantril called at the home ,of Glen Wilson, Sunday after- .noqn... ' .. .. ,.. . ' '···';..' : '' : - : ^ ; Chas. Robinson of Keosautitt^, was in town Saturday and , Irish Bend, :March7)i£SlJ[|?.f "Minear of , Kilbourne -iras ^.-Keosauqua visitor ' " ' ' ,, .. - - . - - - . , . , _ has :btisi- ness at the county seat Saturday. Mrs. Miller of Bloomfield has been visiting relatives here the past week. John Lewis and family visited at Dan Plowman's Sunday. , W. I. Luce and family have moved to the John Else farm. . . R. and S. Maxwell sold their hounds to some parties in Montana last.week for' |i4 per head. of Ottumwa is visiting friends at Kilbourne. Geo. Plowman and wife visited at the parental Henry Anson home Sunday evening. B. S. Reane and L. C. Liming attended the farmers' institute held at Keosauqua Friday night. DECEIVE VETERANS Unwrupuknu Attorney* Bend Oat I*fctw*«oOld Boldlm. ASITOCOLLECTCOYBBSMENICUllS PREVALENCE OF Health at Small Cost. A few doses of Dr. King's New Life Pills will cleanse, tone and invigorate the whole system. .Try them. Only 25c. F. B. Clark. The Boone city council has let the contract for several blocks of brick paving. Th Vvabash y. will sell one-way uutets at half fare plus $2 the first and third Tuesdays of each month, to points in North and South Dakota, Col- crado, Wyoming, Southwest Missouri, Louisiana, Texas, Arkanaas, Oklahoma and Indian terri tor y. A. J. Packard gent Over 50 years ago. Doctors took right hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The oldest, best Sarsaparilla--Ayer's. It Not Only Way to Collect Out*-- Congrettman Hepburn Give* View* as to Legislation Likely to Be Offered at Next Session. [BY H. J. MAH1N.] Washington,' D. C., -March 28 -- Unscrupulous attorneys in Washington are reported to have been sending broadcast circular letters calculated to deceive veterans of the civil war, and the bureau of the auditor for tbe war*department, of which Judge Edward P. Seeds, of Manchester, is deputy auditor, has issued a warning to the said energetic claim agents against a continuance of the methods that have been 'pursued under penalty of having their names brought to the attention of the department of -justice and disbarment proceedings instituted. The fact that over r.,000 claims ha~ve been filed with the department within the past few months indicates that the circulars must, have been mailed in great numbers, and indiscriminately as well, in view .of the fact that in probably a majority of the cases no money is due. At first it was supposed names were supplied to claim agents by employes in the department, but- it is now believed the names are taken from the rolls, the attorneys trusting to luck that, some money may be due the recipient or that they may be a Die. to secure a fee. . The following is an extract from a circular recently issued by a Washington claim agent: "We hereby' offer for a contingent fee of forty per cent cause the payment of a debt of about |250; without any advance expense to you beyond that required in proving identity, usually only notorial fees. Payment will be made direct to the payee and not through our handl in two or three months after acceptance. This debt has been due for many years, arid that it is unknown,to the payee goes without saying. While this field is open to any, we occupy it alone. Payees in this city have gladly paid our charges, pur predecessors charged fifty per cent. This information we have has cost us much time and labor."- v !' What the treasury officials claim as the misleading feature is that the recipient is made to believe that there is no way to .secure the amount due, if any,- except through the claim agent, which, of course, }^ not true. Any old soldier believing; he has a claim against the gbyertiinjent niay have : it investigated,-and,' m^r obtain any money dufe'him without-jtEsxpehse; the payment of iany fee is unnecessary and the department has^jie all in its power to familiarize old soldier's with this fact. A Washington claim agent has no advantage over .the old soldier in securingHhe payment of any just claim. . . · Secretary Wilson;. after exhaustive experiments takes'the view that the gain in the yield of corn, as*a result of irrigation in such' states as Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois; the natural corn r belt, does not justify the expense. The cost of "irrigation -per acre, is approximately $6.70. The net gain over the uiiirrigated land in .yield of corn was only u $l per acre; The net yield in the production of watermelons, however,-over, the land not irrigated was $58 per acre; .potatoes $30 per acre, rmuskmelons, $45 per acre. It is also said a good profit is obtained from irrigating-meadow or hay land. The printing .clerk of the senate is preparing' a- new edition of the compilation of the vetoes of .the President.'It is interesting to note that in this compilation Iowa will again lead, a citizen of the Hawkeye -state being the first to suffer from a veto of President Roosevelt, the President -having first exercised -'his perogative in this respect when; he disapproved of the bill correcting the military record of the late John Glass, colored of Des Moines. Colonel Hepburn, in speaking of the probable legislation to come up for consideration at the next session of .con'gress, remarked that it' would depend to a considerable extent upon the effect of the laws relating' to the control of the trusts just passed. If it should appear that the laws now upon the statute hooks are adequate to control the octupus, and Col. Hepburn is of the opinion that such is the case; and the .machinery..of..the department of justice, with its agents scattered throughout the country is operating smoothly, then it is ndt likely that the trust question will present itself in a formidable way at the next session. If, how.ever, the recently-enacted legislation seems to fall short of expecta tions in vital point, ft is very probable that the trust question will come to the fore immediately following the convening of the Fifty-eighth ' congress, and drastic measures will be undertaken in the line of trustbusting. With the canal proposition out of the way and the trust problem settled, at least for the time being, the tariff issue is about the only really big question for congress to grapple with. Of course there will be plenty of business: the eight hour bill, the pure food bin. the immigration bill, the shipping bill, with numerous other measures of lesser importance to be introduced shortly after - convening of congress and engage the attention of the committees ior many weeks before hear: «t;s are completed and the bills are reported.- It is understood the statehood bUwnraJsfl cfimrOp again, but a£ttt«-n«tt session t. ^U? tijuvt'to encounter We hfffise ind its fate; is in doubt.'- "i-, ;./ .'..- . ' . . . . · "Fa'rWf Burns,"" the ..great Iowa wrestler, for, many, years the champion. 'hks : fieen th'e principal attraction at one of Ihe local theatres th past week. The "Farmer/ 1 who points with pride to the fact that Iowa is bis M been makine monkeys of'all Growing Uce of Hyomti Will Soon ·how a Decrease of Thia Oiaeate. Statistics show that least 97 out of every 100 persons in New York state are-suffering from catarrh in some form. While the disease is one of the moat common with which the medical profession has to contend, it also is one of the most dangerous. This is owing to its tendency to affect the bronchial tubes, causing consumption and other diseases 'of the respiratory organs. Prior to the discovery of Hyomei, every method of treatment for the cure of catarrh had been found worthless. This can be clearly proven by the weekly statements published in every large city by the Board of Health, showing a great increase in the death rate from diseases of the respiratory organs, and the startling growth in the number of persons afflicted with such troubles. The discovery of Hyomei and its increased use has already reduced the percentage of persons suffering from catarrh. This wonderful remedy is the simplest and most pleasant of all treatments. Just put a little Hyomei in the pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit, breathe through the inhaler for ten minutes four times a day. Relief will be seen from the first treatment; cure will soon follow. It is the true treatment for diseases of the respiratory organs. Scientific and medical men recommend It. Leading druggists have so much faith in it that they guarantee a cure or they will refund the money. In this city W. D. Elliott is selling it upon that plan, so that any of our readers can use Hyomei without its costing them a cent unless it cures. Can there be a fairer way? comers during his engagement in Washington, having at the outset agreed to throw any and all comers within fifteen minutes from the drop of tne handkerchief. Farmer Burns is an Interesting character. He is 42 years of age, and has been devo'ted to wrestling since his eighth year. In fact he has devoted more time to this as a profession than to farming, but he is none the less entitled to his soubriquet. He looks the farmer all over, and when he is home he "makes good." He has a farm of 100 acres in Cedar county, Iowa,, and his home is the center of another small farm of four acres in Scott county, Iowa. ·Burns carries photographs of the family in his antiquated suit case, and never misses a chance to refer to them when engaged in conversation. He wanted greatly to go into- the Klondike with Frank Gotch, the wrestler, but decided he had no right to incur the attendant dangers. It seems that he met Gotch at HUmboldt, Iowa, a city 100 miles from Burns' home, aboiit four years ,ago, and took a great iking tor him. He taught him all he khoirs about wrestling, and "pu^ him in business." Burns talks like a coun xyman and looks the part. He stands slightly stooped, and with his great lands partly expanding :his nants pockets. From the shoulders up he great- y resembles Tom Jenkins, but from the shoulders down he looks. like a dispenser* of buckwheat; cakes and jreen sausages. But he can wrestle. Real Estate Transfers. Real estate transfers turnished by Lowenberg Co., real estate agents, 107 South Court street. Walker, W., to W. D. Horton--Part of lot 37, Agency, $100. Horton, W. D., and wife, to A. Rob erts--Same as above, $100. Walker. W., and wife, to A. Roberts--Part of lot 42, Agency, $520. Hawson, Jas. B., Bxr., to John M. Morley--part southwest quarter southeast quarter; part southeast quarter southwest quarter; northeast quarter southwest quarter; northwest quarter southeast quarter; part south half southeast quarter northwest quarter, and southwest quarter northeast quarter section S3, 72, 12, $9,187.50. Holman, M., et al to John M. Morley, same as above, $9,187.50. McHugh, Jas. A.,, and wife, to A. R. Burns--Part of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section 21 72-13, $16. . Hall, G. F., and W. D. Tisdale, Exr., to J. P. Edmund--Lots 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, IS, 16, 17, 18,, 23, 24, 25, 26, 31, 32, 33, 34, Hackworth Kellogg addition to Ottumwa, $4,000. Lyking, P., et al., to Barney Bilsan-- Lot 13, northwestern .addition to Kirk ville, $bOO. Duffy, Magaret. and husband, E. P., to Robert Daniel--Part of lot 1, H. C. Chambers subdivision of part of Devin addition to Ottumwa, $3,800. Ulmer, Victoria, to L. F, Stevens-Lot 45, H. T. Baker addition to Ottum wa, $600. gteward, John and wife, to S. .T. Sandstrom--Lot 9, block 4, Blake addi- tin to Ottumwa. $900. Chisman, D. E., et al., to Mary E, Martin--Part of the east half of lot !0, Williams addition to Ottumwa, $1 and exchange. Eaton, Thos., to W. G. Walker (Q. D;)--Part of lot 47, Bannister Leighton aau.iion to Ottumwa, $1. Spry, D. E.. to E. L. Perdue--Part of the north half of section- 5-71-12 and part of the south half of section 32-7212, $9,925. Foster, Catherine G.. and husband, to Sarah G.Barton--Part Mill donation and part lot 14, Myers Wood subdivision of Mill donation to Ottumwa, $45,000. Smith. Andrew and wife to C. W. Shepherd. Lots 58 and 59 Hammond second addition to 'Ottumwa. $1.200. Shepherd, C. W.. and wife, to Tbos. Rodweli. Lot 58 Hammond second addition to Ottumwa. $700. Carnes. W. A., admr.. ,to Michael Rush and lot 9 southwest quarter section 38. 72. 13. $1,500. . "I make history" said Napoleon. The"Courier want ads. make sales. Napoleon's campaigns cost millions of dollars, but Courier want ads. only cost Jc a word. LOST. LOST--OX M.US STURKT, HKTVVKKX llorrlek's Millinery Store- «ul Itni-h- iunn'8 Jewelry sioro, of .Mm- mau TemjilB. Iteluru to C'oucltr uttovu. LOST-OX MAKKKT ST'KKKT HKTWKKX Klrst M. 13. church ami SrcontJ »tn-i-t, :i litdy's Hllijtntrtr inx'ki'tbooli. iHiutiilnliiK strove Ciir ticket, «i!Hcc koys. rooclpli* and about ^2.00. Ucturu to Courier olflce. LOST-- COLD lutooeii WITH OPAI. xcttlns:, Ix'twci'ii J:il! North Wqpcllo and Mflcculioe hall. Klmlcr will rotnru to Mrs. K. F. Johnson, KSUI .North Wn- IHHO. FOR RENT. TO KKXT--TWO JIOUSKS. OXE KOl - R thp other seven rooms, each w i t h cellar, cistwu and well, lioth In llrst class condition. Corner of Kltlh and Marlon streets. W. W. Corv. FOK R13XT--FfllMSIIKU A X l V X K I J I t - nislK'd rooms. Corner Konrtli and Jul- fill'SOII. Fon itENT-poun-uooM MOUSK. .-:N- qiilre n. J. Itonlton, ;Ul:i Wont Second St. FOM. BKNT-HOUSKS FltOM SJ.OQ UP; ulbj roonw for light houseUoeyiuf, Eu- quire 303 Knst Main. · FOR SALE, FOIS SAUC-SEVKUAL «OOD AVOKK horses and fresh cows. Address !eo. It. (illtner, four miles of Ottmuwn, It. U. Xo. 3. P(tll SALE--WASH 1XOTOX 'LAX1. J own Improved d\rma In eastern Washington; ;UH neres. piod lumKe unil liiirn: larjte orefiard. itxi acres iiv wheiil. a few miles from Washington aKi'icilltnnil eol- li'Kc anil Idtihit state university; .$:!," per aere; other farms similarly well Ini-atcil. See me, W. ('. Lcllnne, -'.'18 Kiiillcotl liuildlnR, St. I'aiil. FOH SALE--OXE TO1' BUOUY AX I.) SIX(!le hiirncss. Enquire X. W. Crlswcll at Fire Pupt. FOU SALE-HALF 1XTEUEST IX ao((l paying: business '(loliin between $1.".IK1() itnd $2(UX)0 a year, nice clean xtiiftk, good location In town of about 21.000 population. A snap for some one with money. Z. P. L. care Cmii'lpr! FOU SALE-TWO ALLKBHJS "PILLIEB, Inrec and jniiulsome, out of speed producing dams. If you want stimothini; nice don't: puss this up. (Mieag) at ^.*!l. The first check for ifloO gela choice. W. A. Carnes. FOR SALE. FOK SALK-8TUP l.ADHEUS. JACKS, stages and palutera' tools; also rubber tiro buggy, ·il.'i West Second street. John I!. Boo!!. FOU SALE-A GOOI) UPKIG11T PIANO at 217 North Market. FOU SALE-SECOND HAND SHOW e.ises. Clark's, drugglHt. FOU SALE--Frit.NITriJE OF A TEN room lioardbi!; house, cheap; good location; will lc sold cheap on account of other' business. Must lie sold at once, or what have yon to trade'/ Address Xo. 10, cure Courier. J I A U C A 1 N IN 1'IAXO IF SOLD THIS week. iW-l West Fourth street. M I L L I O N S W I L L HE M A D E l.V KAX- sas lauds tills year--Conditions were never bettor. Quick profits tire assured In certain localities. 1 know where the best: bai-calns tire. Srml for my list. IIIIiuiil I 1 . l.ockwoiMl, Laud Colonization Agent, Kansas City, Mo. FOU SALE A TEX HOUSE POWEK steam cnglno, $l(Jt). Cluudc WANTED. CLASS CITTEtt AXD litter, tit 41D West; Second. WAXTED-A COOK Chop lloitse. AT THE ELITB WAXTEB-A !OOD SET OF K I X C I . W harness. W. S. I'arlis. .)«): West Main street. W A N ' f E D -- M A N AXD TEAM FOU steady Job, jiood pay for right man. Tim 31il«gniv« Co., DCS Molnes. Iowa. ·WANTED-S1X Oil S E V E N ItOOSt · house lii j,'noil location. Heferenci! given. Address X. W. Courier. STUOXfi 1'OXY OIJ ^Iliall horse. Musi be chenp for cnsli. Setnl your nddresH and price wanted to F. .1. I 1 ., care Courier. WE TIAVE FOU 1 SALE SOMK C^T THE best farniR In .Dodge county, Minnesota. Call or write for our price list. Webb Brlggs, West Concord, Minnesota. FOR SALE-480 ACRES CHOICE IMr proved and unimproved Xo. 1 'Whent, hay nnd timber liuid, bo»r of water, land In a good state of cultivation, close to school, postortice and market, price $10,000. This Is n bargain. N. Lawrcncej Glenora, Manitoba,' Oanada. FOR SALE--ONE SI'AX OF OOOD SAD- dlc ponies, at Whitlield hnil - .1en'rli i K' barn. 224 Enat Second FOU SALI3-SKVKX' UOO.M HOrSB AT n:«r. East Jlaln. Call and look at the house. · · · ' . - . . FOU SALE-FIVE ROOM HOUSE, 000 Ellis nvenno, South Ottimiwa, FOR SALIC-STOCK OF O E X E U A L MEK- chnndlsc, ,f4,000 store building and resl- dencp. !(.'(.IKKI; good trading point In northern Iowa, Addros.i W. Hi Martindale, llumboldt, Iowa. FOR SALE OR RENT--FOR .TERM OF years, 284(4 acre stock nnd grain farm. All In grass except twenty neres. Two miles from town, six miles from county scat. Two sets buildings, Xo. 1 Improvements, (lood fences, etc'!- Immediate possession limy be hnd. Will be sold on very easy terms. Address II. J. Brain, Harper, Iowa. FOH SALE--MY. HOME AT ml WEST Maple avenue. House heated with hot water heater. A modern borne at a bargain. K, E. Coombs. ; FOU SALE-MISSOTTRI LASI) IN 5fA- con. Randolph and Shelby counties.'Write m;. T. E. Wisdom, Mncon. Mo'. WANTED-ON!-: l.AI'.CE Oil TWO, Fllll-. niched or u n f u r n i s h e d rooms f u r light housekeeping. Address, 11, care Courier. WANTED-W1.LL ACCEPT LOT AS PART · payment on 'pliiii'i. New I'liuio house, 110 South Market street. 'WANTED-WILL Al'CEI'T HOUSE AS part'- payment on plittm. New Plnno House. CrC.AU M A K E R S AVANTED- THOU- ough hnnd-workmcii. I" inuUi TJnlrerial lOc cigar*. JnlltiH Fecitt. i FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED--A rilRL AT 21H NORTH MA- rlon. Mrs. C,v Bntightiiau. WANTKn-.GOOD Wtishlngton. COOK, AT HOTEL WANTED--COMPETENT H I R L FOR general housework. Mrs. H. D. Baker, 44'2 North Jefferson street. MALE HELP WANTED. W A N T B D - M A N . residing In Iowa, to travel; fair snlniy to start; experience unnecoRmiry; state iigc; I'ermaiipnt; young man preferred: references. Addri'ss, Seifretaty Card, .IliG Dearborn. ·Chicago. WANTED--A FIHST CLASS WALL PA- per hanger to loci'.te In a town of 2,009 for the season's work. Must be n nnlon man, and tix he Is t h e only one In the town will have n i l he rtin possibly lump. 2i"i cents per double roll. Address i(t once, C 20, care Courier. WANTED A MAXA(iEU-A MAN WITH ifiiMOn hi an established business, paying lii per i-"iit. Salary paid nlsn each month. Three of Hie finest farms in '"Wapcllo comity at luirgaln prices. Address .or sei; .1. E. HOughlnnd, Eldon, Iowa. WANTED-ClOAnMAKBUS Potter'i. AT M'KKB MISCELLANEOUS. YOt.'NO MEN OCR ILLUSTRATED CAT- nlugue vxpliilns how we tench bnrhur trade In short time, 'limited free. Moler Barber College, Chicago, III. DR. A. J. MUMMERT, FREE £XAMIHATI(W. Bucfclen's Arnica Salve. The best in the world for Cuts. Corns B»ilB. Bruises. Burna, Scalds, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Cure» piles or no pay. 25c. F. B. Citric.. Tbe postofflce at Leando. Van Bitren cotinty., has beno discontinued.; mail To Domls Station. BEST FOR THE BOWELS If Tpo h»T»n't · rtralir, betltbr moTemont e( th« »o*eli ercrr day, rqa're 111 or will be. TCeepyOur bowels open, «ud bt well. Force, In th» thtpt at TloltDt rhytlc or pill potion, li d«ntcrou«. The imootheit, eaileit, tnott perfect w«y of keeping IM bowels clew «nd clem It to tikt FINANCIAL i- · CAT 'CM LIKC , PlMiMt, P»r»t»bl«. Potent, Good, Never Sicken. W««Jt«B or K e«nt§ terkoi. WHU tor Am »mti l»t OB health. Address HfP YOUR BIMD CLEW LINIMENT The Quick, dean'Cur* For Pains and Aches External and GOODRICH A JENNINGS, Anoka, Minn, CITY BARGAINS. j Forty nci-i'S cmo mile from town, \nrgt iimoiiiit of fruit, for rent nt $" |i«r ncrc. N i n e rnnin modern nn) .new lioinc 1 In a ver.r'Vliolw' lyeiitlon. .live m i n u t e * ) walk from iiostotlli-e, will cxi-luniKC on sumller hoiiK 1 or s!ll. · ·Xloiluni liiiino oil Second stroet:, [elsrlit liifliiis.' linL)i."'et.p.". barn, full lot. $2.50U. New home on Kecwiil. Kit*, luilll, h o t / w n t or. lient. lieiiutifnl loentlon, four liiocks from Market nti-eirl. M»st sell and will 'iefl :it less tliiin rnHl. .- ; 'klve room cottnce. "oiiil :i« new. on,Holt Kti-eel. will sell on nisy terms. H:*' Is * hnr^nlii n t $l.."'Ki. .: ;ia ( i'jjereK corn litiitl hi ^iilluwoj- tonnty, ·Tkll.fsoui-l, to renl. ' . · · i, tf.yoii hitvi: :i IHtle mnnej-.'Ma y ,Wiint u : .!toTne;;\ve will lui'lld for yon. ' ··"* y.'-^{.j(; j-mtiii luinie on WillHrcl sl.rept, frnit, iliifjri'^lol. n tnaii. SI; ?8-"|H. , (die-of the fliiimt liomos in tlio i-ily nt lc£S tIJnn ^ c'twt If wold. itniiKMllpti'ly. Six room" home uu Unri.Moui Street for .yau. NORTON A SMITH. First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Ottumwa, la. FOR SALE OR TRADE. 'Some fine farms and ranches in Elk and Chantaiiriua counties, Kaosaa. This land is in the gas and oiKjbeH. We can fit you out in farm lands from $20 to ?ST per aero, ranch land $12 to $20 per acre. Half fare rates to all j|»rint$, Ilailroad fare refunded to all who buy through us. Call of write us. WIUUA»SON A RANKIN. Room 4, Richards {frock, Ottumwa, I*, V. "vf --*_. ~^ *· -VSPAPFTU

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