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®lje Democrat.
Official Paper ®f County ami City.
:'f4 M. Carp. Henry Bronson, Hubert Carr
CARR, BRONSON «. CARR.
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Editor* and Proprietor*
^Subscription price. 1 yr In advance 91.60
WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1911.
WHEN ROOSEVELT RECOILED
BEFORE BIG GAME.
The testimony of George H. Earle,
-jr., of Philadelph'a, 'before- the con
gressional committee whic.li as now
Investigating the sugar trust, shows
that in 1906, when Roosevelt -was
/•sending special messages to con
gress denouncing the "malefactors
of great wealth," he recoilod before
the sugar trust magnates and neg
lected to prosecute tliem notwith
standing the fact til at ineontrovert
aiblef evidence of guilt was placed in
1
£fo,
m.'$
the hands of Ills attorney general.
Mr. Earle commenced a. civil suit
for damages, and the case was set
tled out of- court by the: »ugfir trust
jaying| him nearly a million dollars.
The evidence was so conclusive that
Jlr. Earle was able to dictate hiis
own terms of settlement. Presi
dent Roosevelt did some good anti
trust work, but his feet were clay
when lie was called upon to prose
cuie a trust that had coiUrllm-teh
millions to republican campaign com
mittees.
NO REASON IN SENATOR CUM
NUNS' OPPOSITION TO
CANADIAN RECI­
PROCITY.
A victory for the Canadian reci
procity agreement is already as: tir
ed, notwithstanding Senator Cuin
mins' grand stand opposition. Iowa's
senior senator opposes the pact( be
cause It does not go far enough.
There is- no reason in that kind of
opposition, and it will not change a
single vote.
If a farmer had throe hundred
bushels of corn to haul to ,market
and should attempt to take it all at
one load, he would le very apt to
either break his wagon or get s:all
ed somewhere along the way. And
if President Taft had attempted to
put into a single agreement with
Canada, all that the farmers of
Iowa desired, he woti|d have over
loaded the document and certain
failure would have resulted.
CONSTANT CHANGE BUT NO AN
NIHILATION.
The great orator, liurke, nt a tim
when he was overborne by grief
cried out, "What shadows wo are
what shadows we pursue." In the
opinions of some that inay seem
true, .but not so Willi tlioso whose
bridge of faith reaches over to an
unseen land. To a land whore whai
we call death is not death, hut the
portal to another life which is im
niune from the power of earth's
grave,.
In nature there is cons!an. change
•but no such thing as death, as an
iiihiltion, as blotting out in its on
•tirot.y. Even our though, do not
die, or change into nothingness.
JUNE 1911 A RECORD BREAKER.
The month of .Itvne Just closed
was the hottest on record since the
establishment of the- w.'ather
bureau in Iowa forty years a.so.
The average temperature for the
month was 77.! decree*, or 3.1 de
grees higher than the highest pre
viou-s record "for any June in this
state. ...
Andrew Carnegie is reported as
saying that the government liust de
prive tli/ combinations of t.li
power to fix prices. In oilier word
the government must step in and fx
f.lie price of all trust prodi 1 art'
cles. Why not enforce the law and
send, to prison the trust officials who
combine to fix prices. That woulrl
restore the old-time principle of
competition, which lia. regulated
prices for centuries.
A nufaber of witness-*?, wi'.li inter
mittiMit memories, hive appeared be
fore the Lorimcr investigating com
ni-iti and testified in favor of th
lumber man, Hine?, who ii generally
behea to have furnish*1 the money
iistvii io purchase the Illinois legisla
ture. If these witnessed have com
nnt':ed perjnry they should l.e indi -l
c-J.' and convicted.
The Canadian r.c'procity treaty
will demonstrate 1o t!.c farni-r of
t.hs.i country the extin to which
I hey have been deluded and robbed
liy high and prohibitive tariffs, and
when thc farmers get their ev.'
opened by this ob cct U-3"Dn tliey
will demand a general lowering of
all tariffs.
The ir.iinuf.icturers cf tliis country
2r? shipping their
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*r.S iKS^r8
P.o'
'V\&W^
ds to foreign
-ir'.ries and underlelliii'T all other
manufacturers in the fr.-'o nuirkel.t
of .the world. There may have been
a itime when our manufacturers ne- d
ei protection, but that time Ins
long since passed. It is the public
that needs' protection now.
The Cunningham claim have fi
nally been knocked'out on account of
their being fraudulent. The men
who contributed liberally to certain
campaign funds* and forccd Ballinger
into President Taft's cabinet have
lost, and^the public has won a no
table victory, and owes Mr. Pint-hot a
debt of gratitude larger than it will
ever be mble to pay.
Cleveland wrecked his party by be
ing unable to work in harmony with
congress. It is suggested by the
supporters of Clark that he has
demonstrated his ability to agree
with his congressional associates
and that the party would not be tak
ing any chances of another wreck
•by nominating and electing him
nest year.
It is claimed that every one of
the so-called captains of industry in
this- country is eligible to a. prison
cell. These men have resorted to
criminal practices and by so doing
nave appropriated to their own uso
millions of money belonging to oth
ers. They should be occupying pris
on cells instead of being eligible
hereto.
The Register and Leader has final
got around far enough to admit
that the consensus cf opinion is in
favor of the quantitative theory of
money.
The insurgent? are now subdivided
info two classes, insurgents and
"rattled" insurgents. low as senior
ranator belongs to the lat'er class.
Senator Kenyon isi advertised to
speak at the Waterloo Chautauqua
next Friday.
GOLD AND PRICES.
From the Register and Leader
It will we'll repay our readers who
ire interested in the much-debated
problem of money and prices to read
carefully! the sentence with, which
the Wall Street Journal concludes a
consideration of rising prices
the world over, republished on this
page.
First is the recognition on the
part of a financial journal of the
-•iew that an overetunply of money
works for a marked increase in
•irices. This has been disputed by
-minent writers, but the consensus
-f opinion is against them. It
-eems to he settled that as money
becomes more plentiful it bescomes
relatively cheap that is, other
hings become dear, measured in
money.
Then comes the question whether,
'f gold is to'be poured into ,circ.ula
tion in constantly increasing quan
tity, we shall struggle against stea-l
Sly rising prices and cheapening
money, until the gold standard will
-some to be questioned by those who
have assured us tha't it is an almos
livinely ordained measure of value?.
It is all very interesting. The vol
M.me of gold is certainly on the in
Tease and the r'se of world prices
=w»ems to correspond. How far can
cold inflation go before it will pre
sent the same problem-as, green
')aek inflation or silver inflation-
TWO SETS OF MUSCLES.
You have two se's of muscles-the
niter ones, which, yon can feel, and
'he inner ones, which are your
'.ungs, heart, stomach and o'.hcr in
'.ernal organs. The outer ones are
convenience's for- performing actions
The inner ones are your life the
"fate" which makes you happy or
'tepressed, powerful or weak^ use'ul
ir the contrary. There inner muscleF
require training, fust like any other
muscles, by intelligently directed ex
orcise.
SPECIAL WASHINGTON CORRES
PONDENCE.
By Clyde II. Tavenner.
The art of making $10,000,000. is
•ut a simple trick in frenzied finance
vjerdemain.
How the trick is performed was. re
oalod before tile Hardwick invest!
at'iij'J committee when the story of
he creation of the sugar trust was
)U'.. Havemeyer performed the
rick like this: He took three sugar
\)Tnpai!i s-i the total value of which
a\-u $."1,000,01)0 and turned '.lie.-m into
1 $1!0,000.000 trust. He ke-H $10,
1)0.000 for performing the trick and,
laid ?2,.r00,000 in dividends.
Apparently Mr. Havemeyer's $10,
000,000 dropped out of the blue sky.
Actually this $10,000,000 came from
the public, from the breakfast^ table
ullccted in the form of an arUficial
excessive price of sugar.
And tlie» $10,000,000 was not the
only cost to the people. The pros
iccts. are the public will be required
t-j -pay dividends on this $10,000,000
for a. good many years to come.
llenry II. Post, Havemeyer's trnst
a'^ent, got options on the stc-ck of
the National cf New Jersey, the
Mollenhauer of New Jersy, and
Ii" New Jersey Sugar, Refining com
pany These companies had an
aetr.nl npital of $5,000,000. Have
meyer capitalized them at $20,000,
000.
1 iy a proci'ss of stock exchanging,
wliV-h seems to lie the bas's of all
rust^, the con.pan'es were made to
pay for themselves.. The people who
owned the tlireei companies, gave up
their stock and took trust stock in
stead. They gave up their $",000,
000 properties for $10,000,OOo trust
stock an dthat left llav-emryer $10,-1
000,000 and llio control of the whole
usiness. Prices went up, tariffs
were jtir.-'l»1 and in ten years this
$r.,000.000 worth of real property
pa
Td|
7k
?S..'00,000 in dividends while
great extensions were made and sur
pluses piled up out of undivided pro
fit*.
Bnt was Havemeyer. or if not
!««&T
1 1.V „/jr, *sf-}rJ'
.'
K\ *•.
"V A
Havemeyer, men who were gd#ng cai^l of thfe
money a trust MARES* seems' W nave
nothing to do with its contentment
and happiness. A trust never seems
to be satisfied with making big easy
money, but constantly demands more
big easy money. The habit of fleec
ng the public grows on the big in-
dustrial corporations joist like the
habit of smoking or drinking grows
on men.
Not satisfied with being in a pesi-
tion to force the American public to
pay a large annual dividend on $10,-
000.000 invested in nothing more,sub-
toms duties to the tune *-**!. At-
torney General, Wickereham settled
6t
Or docs he question answer itself'
"The young members cf the
House are working lil^e veterans.
The present House is one that no
democrat, or any other American cit
izen, for that matter, need- apolo
gize for. I believe that the coun
try thoroughly appreciates i'.hto too"
Thais declared Speaker Cham^
Clark. He was hard at woVk in his
private office at the time, sitting be
hind a desk piled high Wi'll corres
pondence, repor's of investigating
committees, and an assortment of
booksi that would serve an ordinary
man as an entire library.
"The members of the House are
fighting a good fight, said the speak
er."
"We are fulfilling as. rapidly and
as literally as! possible every prom
ise made to the people.
"We promised in tlje Denver plat
form to, reform, the rules' of the
House, and we have done it. That
is an accomplished. fact. -,
"Our opponents- declared that only
under the old rules could the bus!
ness of the House be transacted. It
was predicted that if the committees
were named by the Houee| chaos
would result.
"We have reformed and liberaliz
cr1 the rules and elected committees
and we expidite business and brin^
joy to the hearts of all lovers' of
th'-» republic. 1
"We promised the people that w«
would submit a proposition to ameni
the Constitution to permit the peo
ple to vote direct for United States
Senators. The House promptly] pass
ed such a measure.
"We promised to pass a bill com
pelling the publication of capi'ifi^r
expenses before the elections. That
lias "been cone.
"We promised to admit New Mex
ico and Arizona. We -have done 011$
best to bring that about. It Is -up to
the senate.
"We promised to out down the disr
bur
semen ts of the Government. We
have already made a beginning by
abolishing more -than one hundred
useless offices in and abopt the
House of Representatives thereby say
ing $182,000 annually,.
"This is only an earnest of what
we will accomplish.
"We are living up to the Jefferson
inn doctrine of 'economy In the
public expense that labor my be
lightly burdened.' No doubt we will
be sneered at by spendthrifts a»
checseparers, but hard headed, sen
sible folk will indorse our action, be*
cause It deserves to be indorsed.
"We promised to repeal the tariff
in wood pulp, print paper, lumfrgr,
timber and tog', and that those ar
ticles would be placed on the free
list. So far as tie Democratic
House is concerned that pledisq ha^
been fulfilled in the Reciprocity bl.l
and the 'Partners' Free List' bill,
which sleeps in the republican sen
ate."
ONE YEAR POULTRY COURSE AT
IOWA STATE COLLEGE.
m,
Without entrance requirements* one
may now attend' Iowa State College
am' take a thorough going one year K. D. fimlmin.
poultry course. This ourse has teen p.
arranged for those ^'ho wish, to pre- 5* I'' ,stl'"son, lialllfr.
.. .. 7,
V.-,.
1
pare themselves for practical poultry RI«. N—IUII K*iirn»e».
work and have but one year to de-
vote to study or who may not be ab- O. n. IMIIMP, Aiirii Kippuflc
le to furnish the requirements for & Rn'hlef'nt"'InllnR'S
admission to the regular four" year- '"K
ti mi -i ,i,' riMNH 20—Poor Farm,
college coursiPR. The work will be. D. F, Tonus, rennlrs on mill
iven by
regular college Ins'.nKt-
ors and will be as good in every par- Inebrinfps liosnitnl. snniiort
ticular as the work given the regular w. ""repaiV«" on
classes.
CASTOR IA
Far Infknta and Children.
Thi Kiid Yon Hive Always Bwflt
Bears tb«
Signature of
c*.
v-y 5^ iiV sv-i. I
W iwS'iW
PoM^
As revealed in these congressional
hearings the history of the sugar includes the study of
trust
lation of our nations 1 pontics aimosxi
beyond belief. Why doesn't George
our nations! politics almost fathers, methods of dressing, pack-
InS.
W. Wickersham, who went from a| naents of differeiit markets, poultly
law firm which represented! this
and
tlese
tml
the great sugar octopus, satisfied' variation, germs, chicks hatched and Geo. S. LImer, Justice...
Not on your life. The amount' of'the cost of incubation. A comparison s{5tT^ow^X"M«k.
mnnov -i trust makes. «eem ito have
ls then
makes of
results
breedi and
aild
The performance In the main tent
Js presented by 400 ef the world's
greatest artists^ gathered, from 110
less than thirty-two nations. The
actsi they are offering are novel and
not at all like the acts, that have
been seen in Amercia In the past.
Fifty clowms furnish the comedy and
in this respect the show is the
laughing su-ccess of the age. And
there ar.e thrill-3 without ntur/ier
from the start to the finish. The
performance of Charles the First,
chimpanzee bicycle rider and roller
skater, is. a most sensational sur
prise. The specialities of John
•Ducander's- bell-ringing horses, Win
ston's riding seals, a brass band of
elephants, the Koryot family of
German riders, the FonelU family of
Italian acrobats, the Les Deko
family of French equilibrists and
tha Slenr'tst-SilbDn family of aerialist.
are of the first European rank.
Barn-uim and Bailey carry J,286 pco
pie, 700 horses, 40 elephants, 30
camels, 1,000 other wild animals, dy
namo plants, .barber shops, tailoring
establishments, bath parlors, laund
riea, blacksmith shot))?, harness! shops
carpenter shops, dentists, doctors, a
lawyer and a private police force
The many tents cover fourteen acres
of ground.
HOARD I*ROCRKDING8~
Continued from lasit week
llenr.v Hesner. hoard of review.... 4 no
H. P. Bancroft, hoard of review.. 2 00
F. A. Uoolittle, hoard of review 2 K)
(J. M. Illsmll, hoard of review 2 00
I. F\ .Tones. Tionrd of review 2 00
H. I/. Stone, hoard of review 2 00
H. M. Barr. elerk
T.
... IJoniMlli- Anlnuil Fundn.
The work will consist of twelve LAII!« Paeon. 1 Inmb. elnlmed $4,
d#ti,nct courses grouped under the
Rl,
following general subjects:— niiowni no per rent, of $7.110
1. Poultry Management which in-
eludes a study of poultry houses, the wiiliim-. a s|i«»|i, i-ImIih
ed £7. nllou-pil DO i#cr rpnt. or
arrangement of buildings and jr. .T. Mi-Fimeci. 1 sii«.ri, .laim
yard-s, the planning of farms, fee
aid feeding, breeding, Judging of NT. AVriior. HiiV-V-i.".' orViiinVxi tia,"
market tyiies, killimg and dressing,
caiionizing and sanitation. innnMUnn «f I'.iviii Hoycr.
!•. .T. Kmvmm. Nir.ner
2. -Cractice in Feeding and Man- i\r. j». ir»nmsMov. sheriff
agement. In this work the students
ara each given the entire care of a .Toim n«iiiprr«nn. Jury
flock of birds and required to keep
detailed accounts of foods fed, gains i,rs- ttnviii Hev-r. wiinpss....
Oscor
111ado in wedght, eggs, .produced and r'ioin«nr"p. witnps( _...
the calculation of profit or loss. Robert ™"*vf-1
fit^*ef"'
3. Incubator practice. Each stu- A. wiiort. WHIIPSS
dent is given charge of one or more
John
incubators and required to make a -J- np^nmn. mroncp
P. TTenne^sev. sheriff.
W. ft. frnhh, 1ury ....
V. E. Dow. Jnrv
W. A. r*nn«r. jury
W. A. W. Krenspusby. ptiyslelnn..^
Lout* Frv wit new
.T. C. tvltnew
W. H. Plerolnir. witness
.T. V. Vlneh. wttnew
A. F. Frentress. witness
P. F!. Keith, witness ...
n, p. nnto
P. B. Wilson, renorter
riw# 1-1—Jaatlr^ foiirt.
Sfst#
of
^3«
consumed,
r.
made cf all the different Geo. S. Water, justice
machines used: on the o„ s. Lister, justi.-e .. 3 no
farm M. 1'. Hennessey, slicrlff 00
carefully recorded.
5. Poultry Judging. This-work in- ,T. A.
and. classitfication of the
varietl^'
stantial than thin air, the trust' en- A^can Standard of Perfec ,o„. ..
gaged in petit larceny. Steel springs more p^fKient students are ,p
were placed in seventeen pa.rs o, ^or ".^"r^°s^:"
scales at the weighing houses of the
rs
trust, and the government was de-i iiuish
'in show room management ln-n-ry Ci-nisi- i-eiiei'
Anat«™'
and
»ake3
011 the basis of $2,000,000. The men ...
who would have got this *2,000,000 he fowls body w. reference to
had not the theft been discovered, eed.ng and digestion, egg produc
11 i— r,t 4.,^ tion and caponizing as well as dis
»vere never called to the bar of jus
tice, 11
in oh less punished. 1
7. Marketing of Poultry ProduciB
the market
is, a history of corrupt manipu-1 classification of poultry, eggs and
1
study of form
functions of tliia various-organs
shipping and selling, require-
eSS
trust to the position of United' States Po^ry and eggs. In connection with
Attorney General, do something
boards, cold, storage of
subjects work may he taken im
Judging.
The aim in mapping out this course
has been to fit men for going iinto
poultry) farming for themselves. For
men who have had experience along
poultry lines and who also have the
advantage of a year of college work,
there are excellent openings, as sup
erintendents and managers of poul
try farms. Further Information may
be secured from the Poultry bepart
ment, Ames., Iowa.
GOING TO SEE THE ELEPHANTS
Manchester Will Be Well Represent
ed in Waterloo, July
l»th.
Indications are that the town will
•turn out by the thousands, attracted
by the wonderful new circus which
the Barniim and Bajley people art
putting forth this season. The slioiv
has am entire new equipment, costing
the management $3,200,000. One.
third of this was spent on the par
ade). which is reported as the most
elaborate street spectacle over de
vised. It Is three miles In length.
The great,' menagerie of this cir
cus is creating nothing short of a
sensation in towns it visits. It con
tains the most reinarkable| collec
tion of rare beasts of any zoological
display in the world, and' many spec
imens wheih are not duplicated in
any other zoo, in America or Europe.
The chief attraction here is a year
old giraffe, not full grown, ever seen
outside the depths of .the African
jmngle. Matured giraffes are scarce
enough but this, youngster is worth
its. weight in gold.
r,
00
B. Q. Pal lion u-ork on risy'i tjooira 7 fle
Oil! 13—Insane.
Insanity of ,T. C. Hartley.
n. M. Carr, com
K. ej. Dit tmer. com
rt 00
ti 00
5 75
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|.T. J. Pentony, nssirc.. ImllllT
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4. Brooder Practice is a cont.i.nu- Geo. s. i-isier, justice a mi
ation of work started in Incubator
''st "e"ofTo«'aHvs.''^
Practice. The chicks hatched are Geo. s. i.ister. Justice 2 no
S a I a a
cared for iu various typesi of brood- cCo. s. I.inter, justice «.i no
M.
V.
]ai.vnupl«?t
eludes a study of the origin, his.,.ry -1'* Hcu,K"sse-ooiiHtalile-
varieties, and the scoring limci.ins,.., .v Atw«er. sSi»—
comparison of the more im.por:- ^.-
a«ordanco with the
°r win.er snow...
I This course alco includes instT.ction i\ .M. I'.mri:, IVIIHI
N Aruo|(,
M).s CMr y(4hif
a-
is, rciier
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and
0f
I". S. Orirriu, relief
Spahn & ISose l.uiuliei- t'»„ relief..
II. M. Bradley. SI. 1
S S. lloiuilass. SI. 1
C. I,. Atkinson, relief
Harry I'Hey, relief
J. SI. Taylor, hurlal of S. Dearth
Stearns ,fc Slcf'ormlck, rel!ef__...„
Iti'i-d Bros., relief ....
Kclipse Lumber Co., relief
Slanclie-ster I.nmlier Co., relief
W. II. I.afferty, relief
ritehard ."t Won, relief
Ii. .1. Ilowman. SI. IV, relief.
I,. F. C'limiiiiiitis, St. D.. relief
I". It. W'lit'i'less. relief
r'"-
Win.
0 00
1 J50
•:*'¥*«l,
7*,v.
2 00
2
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llonnfssey, nhorllT 2 «M)
State of Iowa vs. .John Zimmerman.
on
justice..-
v' HhLT'Jv
U. Morgan,
variOuS ClaKH Itrld^e.
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II. A. Dittmcr. SI. ......
ChlNN (I—ltouii.
Win. Ilook, lahor 11 00
W. V. Keith, lahor jr. (K)
ladcpendeuce Culvert. 'o., eulvertH 7." iMI
Ai Hook, lalior .".c. (HI
Spaiin TSose Ijiiinher (!o„ cement IS IMI
W. A. I'lln I.. lahor 4:i 00
.1. XI. Sorter, lahor 00
oe Kanoer, lahor IS 00
Itesidvcrt. That the auditor lie author
ized lo Issue warrants for all claims
allowed at tills session.
On motion I lie Board adjourned until
Friday. June 9th.
W. .1. Davis. .T. ,T. Kirkwood,
Auditor. Chairman
Sfnnelicster, la.. Tune 01 h. 1011.
Board met as per adjournment.
Mouthers all present
Sllnules of June (1th read and ap
proved.
Hoard proceeds to settle with Geo. A.
Newman, treasurer, and havlns counted
Hie cash oa hand and in hanks, anil com
pared same with his cash report, tlml
same correct and ordered approved.
Amount of cash on hand $rl!iS.".o.or.
Treasurer's semi-annual report of tax
es collected found to lie correct and ap
proved.
Kesoived. That the auditor he author
ized to destroy November Sill, 11110, elec
tion ballots.
Petition of F. I,. Sly and others to
have Delaware township divided Into two
townships, one to embrace all territor
ies within eorpornllon limit of (he city
of Slanchester. the other lo embrace nil
other terrllorles of Tielnwnre township
as now constituted. Oranled.
lie -it resolved by the Board of Ru
pervlsnrs nf 1 tela ware county. Hint. I lie"
Chairman of the Board 1"' authorized to
execule a contract in liehalf of Delaware
county for the support, of Mrs. Anna
I.einliiim. in consideration of the con
veyance rtf her properly to the County.
Adopted.
lie II further resolved. Thai the aud
itor lie authorized to Issue a warrant
monthly In favor of Sirs. Anna T.cmdruio,
fi»r her support at I he rate of three dol
lars t$.'lOO per week until furlher noll'-e.
IfavIiiK compared Hie report of It. D.
Graham, elerk of the District court, of
fees collected with his book account, find
same to be correct and ordered approved.
Amount of fees coilecled as folows:
District court $-11 0"
Frobate
fieri cortlHenlo fees
Mnrrlnsro fees
Tnsnnlly fees
l'Mncs
Coushw c( fil for
neida iowjishlp. rend
Pi'lltioii of Mrs.
elntnm of rojid In
nnd plneod on fil«\
llnvlntr ebeekod nffld.'rvlrs of bomify
fded In nndltor's ofTlee and nftor coin
ojirintr R:HIIO with liN report find HJUIIO
to bo corroet. ami ordered nporoved
On motion the board adjourned until
Friday. J11 ue llltli, 11)11.
W. J. Davis, F- A. Mead.
Auditor. Chairman.
Manchester, T:i., .Tnno ICth. li)ll.
Board met ns per adjournment.
Members all present with W. .T. Davis,
nnditor.
Hoard proceeded to ^examine assessor's
books for the various nssesslns district,
.••lid after spending a trreatcr part of
their time. In cnmpnitnn the value .if
real estate and personal property in tne
various districts ns returned li.v the as
sessors. the following resolution .was
adopted.
Resolved, That the vntue of all real
estate and personal property of all binds
shall stand at the value placed upon
It tiy the assessors of the various assess
ing "districts of tlie county for the yjKir
i»n.
After evanilnlii--' the mllllary list as re
lumed liy the assessors of the various
tssesslntf'districts for the year 1!11.
ltesolvcd. Thai the same tie approved
as returned hv I ho assessors of the var
ious assessing illstrlftt except llopkluton
and Manchester, which were not return
ed.
(ius liarnd, contract work $S2t 27
Minutes rend and approved.
On motion honrd adjourned until Sat
urday, .lane 21th, MM1.
W J. Davis. J. J- Klrkwooil,
Cophers fll1° 20 ninl debiliated: tired mornings no am
•nr»tiiiii*TI»ir«i liu7 !.... 200 to bitlon--lifeless memory poor: easily
llntt1e«*naUe« Hft T»0 fattened excitable and Irritable. eyes
ITnvlnir eoinpnreil aiidltor*« report1 of sunken, ivd and biuneil pimples
fees cnlloefcd with Ids fee book. find
sriiue lo 1o correct, and ordered approv
ed.
\inoirnt reeolvod fnr transfer** #!l 7*»
Amount received for Ibpior renorts.... f» Wl niQPActrc
",M|1Ofrt^rM
"1"
ritiNx 7—CVtiinly
::w!
.T. .T. Kirkwood. POIII. nnd session....$141 10
P. A. Mend emu. and session 1
W. H. Robinson, enm. nnd session 110 4"
Minutes rend nnd mi»roved.
On motion the Board adjourned un
til .Tune If,th, 1011.
\V. .T. Pnvl«. .T. .T. K!rlwood.
Auditor. Ohnlrnmn.
Manebe,9ter. In.. .Tune IHth. 1011.
Bonrd met ns per ndjournment.
"Members present. W. B. Boldnson, F1.
Mend, with .T. %Tnvis. elmlrinnn, .T.
T. Kirkwood not belntr present, lp. A.
^*end was eleeted ehalrninn proleni. As
Hie mnlter »f e]uMl''.1mr the assessment
of the various
aRsksslnj'
districts was t»
bo tnken un nt this nieetlmr, nnd ns ,T.
.T. Kirkwood wns unnble fo !»e present.
Stopping the clock don't save time.
Using poor coal because it is
cheap, don't save money.
Try our Eclipse Hock
ing Chunks. Both
good and cheap.
ECLIPSE LUMBER COMPANY.
Manchester, Iowa. E. B. Bolander, Manager.
Flour, Feed, Coal, Cement
The Best is the Cheapest.
Now is tlio time to gel prices on coal. I carry a
full line of SCR ANTON bard coal also soft, coal.
Ask for tlie Pennine W1NIFREDE SPLINT noal.
F. B. Johnson
I'hone 171
DELAWARE COUNTY STATE BANK
MANCHESTER, IOWA
WITH
Capital of $100,000 and Surplus of $25,000
INVITES YOUR BUSINESS
We have both COMMERCIAL and SAVINGS Departments
14 YEARS SAME LOCATION
C. Cawloy, l'l-fsiilonl, Chas.
J.
Auditor. i-lmlriiiiin.
Dr. Wilbert Shallenberger
The Regular and Reliable Chicago
Specialist, who lias visited Manches
ter, every month since 190J, will be
at 'he Clarence House, Manchester
(one day only) and return once every
2S days from a. ni.to 5:30 r\ M.
Tuesday, Auaust 15,
Indepeendence, Hotel Gedney, Aug.10,
Cmvs p^rnmin'Htly th case Jie uikUt
takes aiui scruls the iiumrablu )ioin?*\vlth
out UikiiiK a loi? from them. This Is why
he continues his visits ypur alter yeai*.
while other donors have math* a low
visits and stopped. Dr. ShallenberKer Im
in }inini.uitlv r.uciiensfur spGciahst im
alt ehrordc di: «*iusi-s, proven by the many
cures et'leeted In chronic eases \vhl«vh
have baffled the hUIII of many physi
cians*. Ills hospital oxnerltnuv and ex
tefisive |»iaeti«e have? made him so pro
tloient. thai hf* can name and locnte :i
disease in a Jew minutes.
Treats all curable cases of Catarrh.
No.e, Throat nnd lam# diseases. JOye
and Kar. Stomsich. l.iver and Kidneys,
(Jiavel Uiieurnatism. Paralysis. Neural
gia, Nervous and Heart diseases. Blood
and 'Skin diseases. Kpiiepsy, UriKht's di
seastt and Consumption in early sia«*
diseasty of the Itladder and Female (»iv
A'au. Liquor ami
Tobacco habit. Stain-
141 r.n itiM'itiK curcil and sure method lo i»r
1-1 0 vent its recurrence a^ain.
21 A never railinff remedy for Itifr Neck.
FISTUbAK and ULlFTITltl'
!m jn guaranteed cured witliout detention from
business. Special attention Kiven to al
surgical cases, nnd all tliseases of the
Kyo. Kar, Nose and Throat.
Crnnulated I ills. Cataract, Cross 10ye
straightened without pain.
NERVOUS DEBILITY
Are yon nervous and despondent: weak
diwiiif, and ni^ht losses restless,
hazard looking, weak back deposit in
urine and drains at stool distrustful
want of confidence lack of energy ami
Sefds.
A
Casinor
K. W. 'I'in ill. Vieo-Prfsiilcnt C. W. Keagy, Assistant Cashier
H. €. Seeds. Second Assistant Cashier ..
Lijit-'
***.*•»
,%r
T'
ji.V"W-
enpriAi TV
P.kHid ^Vii^u .Sypl.ms
^muinTiXi
Strleture, Clleot, Spermatorrhra. Vari
c:oeele, Mvdroeele, Senilnal \\'eaknes
and the eff.evts of earlv \rjce or lOxet
producing lCinissions, lebility. Nervous
n«ss, Olz'/iness. Hefeetlve Memory. et
whieh ruin mind and body, positively
oured.
WONDF.PFUL CURES
Perfectetl In old oases which hnvt
been nogleeti or nnskillfuliy tr(»ate
No experiments or failures. Me under
takes no Inenrahle ea? es, but cure?
thousands Kiveu up to die.
Ooieuiltation Kroe and Confidential.
Address.
DR. WILBERT SHALLENBERGER.
7CG Onkwood Boulevard,
rMlb\\n:». II.
Reference, Drexel State Bank.
W Is- ...
TO
Jf YOU
NO MOHEY
IN THE
Coprii^.n l-.u-i,
reasonable prices.
CYLINDER
as»»r
lr
C. E. Zimmerman -'o. No.
First National Bank
CAPTIAL, $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000
I
Oflii'nrR. r-
l'rnsitlont, M. F. r.oRov, Vii?n-l'rOR's., A. ll. N-lako 11 ulioit Carr
Ass't Oasliii.'rs, Don A. l'ri'n.ssnor, F. l'l. l)ut.to'i.
Just Received
FIRST DOOR EAST OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Anew and up-to-Uate stock of l.adies and Gents
A strong line of Men's Working
Clothes—Including the celebrated
Sweet Orr make.
Quality and Prices Strict­
ly Right
Would be pleased toliave my friends
and the public in general call
G. G. Armistead
MANCHESTER, IOWA.
Peerless Fence
When you linild that. n\v hog- frice this spring, uso our
Peerless woven wire fence and haveafence that will noting.
We a'iso linve ft eonipleto ntrx-k o£ building material at
Corrects Acidity
Releases Plant Food
Flocculates Heavy Soil
We will sack and deliver
at station at Waverly
Tours truly,
Manchester Lumber Co.,
Phone 156. C. W. KELLER, Manager.
«f SOFTLY and QUIETLY the hayl»
Lis being elevated and loaded
He Is vising with great satisfaction
-The NEW
LOADEK„DEERE
It's worth any farmer's tlmo to investipato a l«ay
loaclur ihuieatljers IIJJ ail ilio hay, tmllcawes tlio
Imttom
trusli— •••'•..• ...
Tliat will load anything from tlio llirlilost. swntli to tliolicavio,st w!
ml row
Tliut will pick u|) lurctv suparuio ImucbcM (if l»ay, or .suparato uliuavcs of any crop,
WllUlilt !'IXJUIXi or lllllMIUIltl.
Tliut works just as wull on rouflh as on level grounil, anil that handles hay in a.soft.,
persuasive way under all nmdltiiuis—1
That, is ut liouie in any Jlrld :mil 'an follow Uie mowing1 macliinc hi every kliul of crop
which can reasonably lio callcil tiuy.
Iftlioro Is any comparison bot.w- the. "rale Imr" typo of hay loader arid tho New
Hi-t-i-o T,( ador it Is all in lavor «1 tin- New Weerc.
Meehanicully coiisldi-n-U, our tuu-i-yhiiih-i- loiuli-i-is iiltsolntely rlfilit In principle.
ItSKiitlieilni: IfngerH ai-o not "hooli fdrnn il," cimst'iim-iUiy they jnclj up liay and nolh
pleviitor. the (strongest wliul cannot, dislodge it. anl as it. ncarstho
operator. It isvi-adoally i-urn csi'il inl"'.i ii:irrLw .si n-atu a Ii
11it easy to liandle.
,-Tho New Deero Uoad is of dnrablo I'on.striiutluiii lleht of weight and (li att—altotjother
tli. bust loader ou the niarlcel,
AUTOMATIC SJKTCH JWD UNHITCH
Tho New Doero hltolu-a automatically, as slid In srn.-il1 cut lielow, and nnlillches *rom
S, 1|„, tad. 11 is ulisoHin-LV lin- O«iSy ioniicr l\ii:{
IKIIII
proved features, wlurli are lalxii- anil Inm savers.
ASH US NOW fc»rfrei fxnider l!ool let, very fnl'y illus
trated. im-M Intu tlM question of liay
makiiiK fn»ui a iirru'ilirai sl.iindiioinl, will
surely interest you lr yuu r:ilbe liay.
W.D.HOYT CO.
Ma iichcster and
Edirlville, own
GROUNDLIMESTONE
O.' II.L.-HJ lul
Delivered
25 cents
Wrile for circular, givriig analysis
and other valuable injurmulion
IOWA SUGAR COMPANY
WAVERLY, IOWA
/V
Jf,
A
per
'on
$2^01
in carloads at any sta
tion in (lie county o{
this paper.
sacks of
125 pounds.
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