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Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - October 2, 1907, Washington, Iowa Women avoid operations when a woman suffering from female trouble it told that an operation in necessary it of course frightens her. The very thought of the Hospital the operating table and the knife strikes terror to her heart. It is quite True that these troubles my reach a stage where an operation is the Only resource but a great Many women have been cured by Lydia a. Pink amp mrs vegetable compound after an operation has been decided upon As the Only cure. The strongest and most grateful a Tate menu possible to make come from women who by taking miss Rose Moore statements Possino wit Tow ii a a Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound. A i to in a Fitoria aft Side from native Root and herbs have escaped serious operations As evidenced by miss Rose Moore s Case of 307 w. 28th St. she writes. Dear or. Pinkhard a a Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound a cured me of the very worst form of female trouble and i wish to express to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered intensely for two years so that i was unable to attend to my duties and was a Burden to my family. I doctored and doctored with Only temporary Relief and constantly objecting to a operation which i was advised to undergo. I decided to try Lydia by Pinkham a vegetable compound it cured me of the terrible trouble and i am now in better health than i have been for Many years a Thia and other such cases should encourage every woman to try Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable compound before she submits to an operation. Or. Pinkham a standing invitation to women women suffering from any form of female weakness Are invited to promptly communicate with or. Pinkham. At Lynn mass. From the symptoms Given the trouble May be located and the quickest and surest Way of recovery advised. Or. Speed will be Here to interest the school children in nature study from october 14 to 17th. He will give a matinee on the afternoon of the 16tb and another on the following afternoon. In the evening of the 17th be will lecture on the haunt of the great Blue Heron. The evening lecture As Well As the afternoon performances will be illustrated with Beautiful slides. Tickets for school children Are placed at Twenty five cents and for those outside the schools at thirty five cents. One ticket admits to All performances. These will All be Given at the Graham. Buy your tickets from the children and give such encouragement a you can to the schools in their Effort to interest our boys and girls in Tobe Minick amp son makers of All sizes of Cement blocks contractors and builders of All kinds of Concrete Brick amp Stone masonry also builders of = no. I Cement sidewalks residence phone 564. Give us a Call Ratchet l. Smith. Rachel l. Smith was born in Xenia. Ohio february 4, 1858, Aud died at Bel Home 704 Duff a Tibet Ames Iowa wednesday september la 1907. She was unwed in marriage to or. Marion Smith in Washington county Iowa March 21, 1871, by the Rev. J. M. Wood. Three sons were born to them. J. Elmer Smith of Jefferson Iowa Fred c. Smith of ame. Iowa and prof William Smith of la Fayette lad the tender regard entertained by the Mother and the evident Devotion constantly manifested by the boys constitute a Titan Tinl chapter in the life of each. That was indeed a Happy Providence that brought Marion Smith and Rachel Darner together. The satisfaction strength and Blessing that they have Quot. A each other nut a in give but god alone understands. Through All these years her Graceful companionship intelligent piety and practical life have been the Joy of this bereaved husband who sits in the broken family Cholo with his Motherless boys listening for a voice that cannot speak and waiting for the dear one who will never return in the flesh. When but Exteen of age thi dear woman gave herself in doing Orvlee to Jesus i vist and was received into the Baptist Church by Ber pastor the it v. J. I. Wood. A nit Twenty five years ago enc unite i with toe methodist Jespie a a1 Church an i a faithful in All tiling. She set red As sunday school teacher Ani Steward with marked efficiency sister Bmith moved to Milford township with her family in 1876 and has left therein an influence the result of which we shall know not until the judgment Day. They came to Ames and built their Beautiful Home in 1905. Just Why it should so soon be exchanged for the mansion in the skies some Day Well understand. The final sickness apparently paralysed the organs of speech she therefore left no dying testimony in words but after the Sublime testimony of her life no final word were needed. Living or dying she was the lords. She leaves a husband three sons two Brothers and two Sisters to mourn her loss. The funeral service was conducted from her late residence thursday afternoon at two o clock by the pastor the Rev. Andrew m. Shea. After which the remains were Laid to rest in the family lot at Nevada la. A at length the door is opened and free from pain and sin with Joy and gladness on her head the Pilgrim enters in. The master bids her Welcome and on the fathers breast by Loving arms enfolded the weary is at rest. The pilgrims Start is left behind behind the sword and shield the Armor dimmed and dented on Many a hard fought held her s now the shining place the Gar Den of a Salsa the Robe the diadem the glory Ever Bright. Quot a Ames Iowa Exchange. High Cut shoes for Man. Now is the time for heavy shoes. We Are stronger in this line than Ever. $4,00 High Cut Tau and Black Whang laces to Anil 12 Inch Heights. Our largest Sellers. $3.00�?High Cut Tan and Black Large eyelets 8l� inches High. For Good work shoes try j. A. Harwood South Side. Poor old Warren menu had to give it no Aud he was taken to the poor House monday. His mind is All gone. Ever beat it is child a play by every teat to make Light biscuits cakes and pastry pure wholesome and deliciously appetizing if you use Calumet baking powder the Only High Grade powder sold at a moderate Price. Calumet costs More than the cheap Low Grade powders but Means a big saving Over Trust powders. Complies with All pure food Laws. Strongest in Leavening Power. Every grocer is authorized to done to forget guarantee it Calumet the world about them. Or. And mrs. George Auld celebrated their sixtieth anniversary saturday. Or. Auld and wife of Chicago mrs. Anna Mintier and three children Jennie George and Frances of Polk City. Mrs. James Bailey and daughter Edith mrs. N. M. Anderson and her children Verne and Oral of Ainsworth and mrs. Alma Whiteman of Kirkwood 111., were present for dinner and bad a Jolly family reunion. Rev. Saw Hill and wife were present and also mrs. Finarty of Knoxville. Or. Auld is 82 and Good for a Hundred and his wife is Hale and Hearty at 79. He probably is so Hearty because he is such an uncompromising stand Patter. He was a member of the legislature years ago and was always a regular Republican. They were married at Cadiz Ohio and came to Iowa in 1851. His has been a Long Busy useful life. His wife was a Maxwell and a Good helpmate these sixty years. Poland Chi a hogs. I have 50 head of As Good pigs As were Ever bred in Washington county for Sale. They Are out of Buckeye Cleaver 101477 and Billy u. S. 120457. The pigs Are All big boned Well shaped and Fine ones. I also have a lot of last fall pigs of both sexes. They Are the same Stock and can to be beat anywhere. And i will sell a few old sows that will Farrow this month september. Notwithstanding that i have been Selling thoroughbred pigs for years and have sold hundreds of them All Over the country i now have pigs that Are no Kin to those already sold. I further wish to make this As cordial an invitation As possible to come and inspect my Herd of Poland chivas whether you buy or not. Everybody interested in Good hogs is Welcome. Come and see some Good ones. They will do you Good. 5-tr Jake Lemley Washington Iowa r. R. No. 5 miss Irma Harrison nurse at the state Hospital at it. Pleasant is at Home visiting the first time since she went there. Seymour Martin was Down in Texas lately and he ought to have been a newspaper reporter. He can give us More information about a new country he visits than anybody who comes into the office unless it be William Sutherland. He was All Over a lot of the Oil land and through the Brazos Valley but he dislikes the Valley on account of the Coons. Wasny to that lion Story that Rev. Smith told sunday morning a whopper ? he said a woman got lost in the mountains and a lion Over took her and sprang non her. It held her Down and was just about to tear her to pieces when the woman who was a Singer of note started in and Sang. She Sang All night Long till the rescuing party came in the morning and shot the Hod. The lion was so charmed it merely held her Down and stared at her but her life was saved. Would Roosevelt Call that a nature faking a a Rev. Young appointed his committees for next year s Chautauqua As follows finance Carl reek Ralph Smith gee. Dempsey. Program s. W. Livingston l. H. Wallace Rev. Fisher Rev. Smith Orville elder. Advertising f. L. Wilson s. B. Dewey. Chaa. Mercer c. K. Needham w. M. Galloway. Social committee mrs. C. J. Wilson mrs. W. A. Cook mrs. R. E. Dougherty mrs. Frank Sage miss Cora Bell. Grounds Frank Stewart w. A. Rowe s. D. Carris. Railroads d. H. Mclaughlin Isaac Mckenry or. Jenkins. Junior work miss Cora Porter miss Minnie Conner miss Margaret Doolittle. In the District court of Washington county Iowa. Original rots be Mary Ellen Yeggy d. A. Feeler Ellis Yeggy and Alpheus Lear plaintiffs. Is. Mary Wingier Chas. C. Yeggy Geo. A. Yeggy Richard Joseph Yeggy Guy c. Yeggy Rosa g. Yeggy Leona c. Yeggy Adam Spenner John Ahrens Elisabeth Diehl John Spenner 1st., Elisabeth Reh Koff f. L. Kotkoff Mary Grobe Henry Grobe Catharine Stroup. Stroup husband of Catharine Stroup John Spenner 2nd, Elisabeth Spenner John Diehl Mats Spenner Elisabeth Spenner 2nd. Ellen Spenner August Aherns May Spenner Mary Grob Henry grab Catharine Spenner Elizabeth Dei Hie Elizabeth Shebeck Wenzel she Bek Mary Mcclure w i i Ham Mcclure Gertrude Spenner Elizabeth Delhi John b. Dewa John b. Duwa Anton Welte Caroline Welte Albert Goetz Albert Getz Mary Scherer Mary Eckert Marie Getz Albert Gates Mary Goetz Joseph Yeggy Joseph Shebeck Catherine Shebeck Anthony Shebeck Lizzie Shebeck Elizabeth Deal Whalen merchant Adelaide Mer chant Thomas Brannon Catharine Brannon Dennis Brannon Mary Brannon m. D. Yard Irena a. Yard Frank Kos Lezle Kos f. J. Schnoebelen Mary a. Schnoebelen Francis j. Schnoebelen Mary Hyde f. A. Schnoebelen Elizabeth Sueppel Nicholas Schnoebelen Francis Thoman Magdalene Shillig Sigmund w. Schnoebelen j. H. Schnoe Belen Theresa Eagle Mary m. Held John m. Held Mary Schnoebelen n. Sueppel Francis Schnoebelen Magdalena Schillig Peter Shillig Charles j. Thoman Frances Schnoebelen Henry Eagle John held Hersla Eagle Niche Schnoebelen Frances Schnoebelen Frances c. Thoman Mary c. Seh Koebelin Mary Schnoebelen John h. Seho Moebelle Frances j. Thoman Elizabeth supper n. Supple f. H. Schnoeblin s. W. Schnoebelen Joseph Waldschmidt Lizzie Kos Xavier Yeggy Regina Yeggy Gregory Schnoebelen Vincent Schnoebelen Joseph Edelstein g. W. Edelstein Mary Swift Anna Mary Swift Edward Swift John Scharrer John Sherrer Frances Sherrer John Malicky Margaret Schnoebelen Francis l. Schnoebelen Francis j. Schnoebelen Mathias Blacha John Blacha Frances Scherrer Mary Kaspar Jacob Kaspar Ida Kaspar Anna Kaspar Henry Kaspar Cecelia Kron William Kron Henry Scherrer Charles Scherrer Anton Shebek Eliza she Bek Elizabeth Shebek Paul she Banek Elizabeth Dihel Elizabeth Diahl Mathias Bleha m. Blacha l. M. Schnoebelen w. Crum As treasurer of the Board of trustees of Iowa state University and his successors in office Iowa state University Abraham Scribner tyrus Mathews clime la Mathews Ai Scribner i. J. Scribner Irma Scribner a. J. Scribner John Lohberger Anne Lohberger John h. C. Stinson Samuel Woods Samuel w Ood Samuel a. Wood Gola h. Wood Catherine Stinson Joseph knt Tel Vencill Soroush. Vancel Karoush Mary Karoush Joseph Soukup Catharine knitted James Walsh f. J. Knitted Scott county savings Bank c. S. Cleaves school fund commissioner for w Ashington Iowa and his successors in office Washington county Iowa William w. Willingham Nathaniel f. Cooper Sophia l. Cooper Abraham Bren Eman a. By. Breneman Mary an Breneman a. B. Breneman Jacob Breneman Jacob a. Breneman John Holmes Harriett a. Holmes Franklin Holmes Harriet a. Iden Harriet a. Whittington Frank Holmes Cyrus Holmes Martha a. Holmes Sterling Stagg e. K. Morse Charles Stinson Rose e. Stinson j. H. C. Stinson Catharine Stinson Peter Gerot Junior Mary Gerot Adaline Wood Alex Lee Henry b. Breneman Elizabeth Wilson Smith Wood Alvah Buckingham Rose John Scherrer Charles m. Stinson Mary r. Schnoebelen Francis i. Schnoebelen Mary a. Lingo Alvah b. Rose John a. Stewart Amanda m. Mcclure Charles b. Mcclure Henry c. Mcclure William Edgar Mcclure a. M. Mcclure Robert Boyd Adena Boyd Jesse Boyd p. Jane Boyd Burlington Cedar rapids and Minnesota railway company the Burlington Cedar rapids and Northern railway company s. M. Cox county treasurer and his successors in office Henry Clews p. C. Calhoun and Henry Clefs and p. C. Calhoun trustees Farmers loan and Trust company of the City of new York Central Trust company of new York and the unknown surviving spouse heirs representatives or Devisees of any of the above named defendants who May be deceased and the unknown claimants of the following described real estate to wit the South three chains and forty links in Width of the South West Quarter of the South West Quarter of Section number eighteen in township number seventy seven North in Range number six West in Washington county Iowa. Also the tract bounded by commencing at a Point thirteen rods five and one half feet South of the North East Corner of the North West Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section number Nineteen in said township and Range and running thence North to said North East Corner thence West eighty rods thence South thirty eight rods eleven feet thence North Easterly on a straight line to the place of beginning. Also the tract bounded by commencing at the North West Corner of the Northeast Quarter of the North West Quarter of said Section number Nineteen running thence South two chains forty five links thence in a northeasterly direction about six chains to the North line of said tract at a Point five chains East of said North West Corner thence West to the place of beginning containing Twenty acres More or less. Also the tract bounded by commencing at a Point on the West line and eight and thirty hundredths chains South of the North West Corner of the South East Quarter of Section number fourteen in township number seventy seven North in Range number seven West in said county and running thence South on said West line eleven and seventy Hun deaths chains thence East two and thirty two hundredths chains thence North eleven and ten hundredths chains thence in a northwesterly direction two and forty hundredths chains to the place of beginning and containing two and one half acres commonly described As the North two and one half acres of lot number three in said Quarter. Also the tract bounded by commencing at a Point on the South line and seven and Twenty five hundredths chains East of the South West Corner of said South East Quarter of said Section number fourteen running thence West four and ninety five hundredths chains running thence North thirty and thirty five hundredths chains running thence East bearing South four and forty eight hundredths chains running thence North bearing East seventy five hundredths chains to a Point thirty and Twenty five hundredths chains North of the place of beginning running thence South to the place of beginning containing fourteen acres More or less and commonly known As lot number four of said South East Quarter. Also the tract bounded by commencing at a Point on the North line and nine and eighty one hundredths chains East of the North West Corner of said South East Quarter of Section fourteen running thence South to the South line of said Section number fourteen running thence East two and fifty six hundredths chains running thence North to the North line of said South East Quarter at a Point two and fifty six hundredths chains East of the place of beginning running thence West to the place of beginning containing ten acres More or less and commonly described As lots numbered seven and eight of said South East Quarter. The North one Hundred feet in length North and South of All of lot number one in Block number Twenty four in the original plat of the town of Riverside in Washington county Iowa. Defendants. To each and All of the parties and unknown claimants named above in the caption of this notice As defendants you and each of you the hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the clerk of the District court of Washington county Iowa the petition of Mary Ellen Yeggy d. A. Fesler Ellis Yeggy and Alpheus Lear As plaintiffs claiming and alleging that the plaintiffs Ellis Yeggy and Alpheus Lear Are in equal shares the record and equitable owners in fee simple of the said one Hundred feet of real estate situated in said lot number one described in the caption Hereof and that the plaintiff Mary Ellen Yeggy a the record and equitable owner in fee simple of All the remainder of the aforesaid real estate described above in the caption Hereof and said caption is made a part of this notice and that they and the persons from and through whom they respectively claim and have derived their titles to said real estate As hereinafter stated have had the undisturbed Adverse Possession thereof under both color of title and claim of right for More than Twenty years last past. That you have had some claims right and title to said real estate and that the interest that said unknown claimants have and claim to have therein Are by gift Grant devise pledge assignment inheritance succession Dower and distributive share in and of said claims right and title and of All claims right and title to said real estate of any other persons which have not been conveyed and released of record to these plaintiffs respectively or to the parties from whom they have and claim title of record As aforesaid and said other persons Are unknown to these plaintiffs and they Are unable to give a More particular description of them. That the plaintiffs Are credibly informed and believe that you make some claims to said premises respectively Adverse to them and said claims Are Clouds upon their titles As aforesaid. That the names and residences of said unknown claimants Are unknown to them and they have sought diligently to learn the same and Are unable to state them in this petition. A portion of the said one Hundred feet in length of lot number one and All of the remainder of said real estate which is owned by the plaintiff Mary Ellen Yeggy is derived by the plaintiffs respectively from and through one Joseph Yeggy deceased and by the will of said deceased said Mary Ellen Yeggy became and howls the owner of All the real estate owned by the testator at the time of his death and the defendants have no right title or interest in and to the whole or any portion of the real estate owned by said testator at the time of his death. The plaintiff Mary Ellen Yeggy heretofore conveyed to the defendant Mary Wingier the undivided one half of the real estate described As the South West Quarter of the South West Quarter except the South three chains and forty links thereof of said Section number eighteen and she derived her title to the same from said testator and the said Mary Ellen Yeggy had lawful right and authority to make said Sale and conveyance and the said Mary Wingier thereby became the owner in fee simple of the real estate so conveyed. I the plaintiffs Mary Yeggy and d. A. Fesler Are the owners of the in improvements situated on a portion of Block number Twenty three in the original plat of the town of Riverside in said county consisting principally of an elevator store House and other structures and appurtenances thereto used in the Grain business. That you and your Legal represent Worth skirts 4 in these Worth skirt styles the i requirements of critical dressers have been carefully considered fabrics and tailoring As Well As every line and curve of the designing. Von will be proud to Wear such distinctive skirts. Note the prices Black voile skirts very Dressy and up to the minute. A grand assortment of styles to select from. We offer skirts that Are Selling in Large City stores for 125.00, 20.00 and 18.50 for $20, to and 13.50 Worth styles in Grays we offer 15 different styles of Gray skirts. All the leading designs. Skirts that Are wort i $12.50, 11.50, 9.50, 8.50 and 7.50 for $10.50, 9.50, 8.50, 7.50 and 5.00. Worth Brown styles we offer twelve different styles in m the new Brown shades including some of the most hand some designs we have Ever shown. The prices Are Small when the High Quality is considered. We mention two styles a a $16.50 Fluffy ruffled style for $12.50 a 13.50 bottle shape for 12.50. Worth Blue style blues seem to get better every year. We show values that will Stop All shopping around. Wei o offer it for example values like this�?$12.50 skirts for $8.50 15.00 skirt values for 10.50. Worth Black styles we offer to the women of this Community one of the greatest opportunities of the year when we give you a Chance to select a Worth dress skirt from Over a Hundred different styles. It is simply impossible for us to describe them. We can Only say come and see for yourself. $5.00 buys a 7.50 value. $6 bus a 8.50 value. A special offer about 30 last seasons styles to close out. $8.00 skirts for. $4.00 6.00 skirts for. 3 of 5.00 skirts for. 2.50 4.00 skirts for. 2.00 3.75 skirts for. 1.87 Call Quick. A Tihe store of Quality Quot j. B. Crail West Side so. Washington la to elves and heirs have sold and conveyed to the plaintiffs and the per sons and parties through whom they claim title to said real estate and property respectively of record and that they Are now the owners of All your right title and interest in and to said real estate and property or any part thereof. That All rights in and claims and estate and property of record or otherwise Adverse to these plaintiffs Are settled paid and barred by the statute of limitations Are void and of no effect and should be cancelled and discharged of record. Plaintiffs Pray for general and equitable Relief and ask that the title to said real estate and property be quieted and established in them respectively As they Are herein stated to be the owners thereof and that each and All of the defendants and the said unknown claimants be barred and forever stopped from having or claiming any claim right title or interest in to and against said real estate this notice is approved and pro scribed and this publication order by the judge of said District com now unless you appear thereto Ai defend before noon of the second i of the next term of said distr court which term commences on to 5th Day of november 1907, and i be held at the court House in to City of Washington in washings county Iowa your default will tired against you and judgment Ai decree rendered thereon. Eicher amp Livingston attorneys for plaintiffs. Cheap rates to Pacific Coas i the Iowa Central railway will hat on Sale daily until october 15th., ver1 Low rate one Way tickets to California Oregon Washington British Colon Bia Utah Montana Idaho and mex co. Rates al 5. Of below regular Farj Call on agents for particulars or Ai dress a. B. Cults g. P. T. A. Mij Neapolis Minn. Snouffer Hughes amp co. Cloaks it suits we have one of the largest lines of cloaks suits and skirts Ever in Washington county. Best tailored Best finished Best styles and lowest in Price that is what we claim for this time and if you will look Here before you buy we know you will think As we do about the lines. Ladies Long cloaks from 6.00 to 25.00 misses Long cloaks from----------------6.00 to 20.00 children a Long cloaks from------------2.50 to 12.50 ladies fur Coats from----------------25.00 to 65.00 ladies suits from---------------------6.00 to 35.00 ladies and misses skirts from-----------2.98 to 15.00 we have a Sample line of skirts that Are being sold for less than Cost of making from 2.98 up to 12.50 5.00 and 6.00 skirts Are being sold for Only-------2.98 f big values real bargains this week in linoleum Oil cloth blankets dress goods and Silks. It will be Money in your pocket to do your fall trading at this store. _ Snouffer Hughes 61 co. East Side Square Washington la

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