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Mrs. Greer took the train here on
Monatfy morning- for Manchester to
visit at the home of Rev. Ensign and
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Oohler were
Dyersrillo visitors on Sunday.
Dr. Trevarthan has. decided to re
main .here and has rented rooms
In Hotel Hapkinton, where lie will
Ed Crosier and s'ster, Missi Julia
Crosier, of Oakland, Nebrriska, liave
•been visiting—their sisiter, .Mrs.
P. Green. It Is the first visits of
Mr. Crosier for 3G yenrs.
•Mrs. Irish and daughter Myrt'e
took a trip to Cedar Raph's in their
auto last Wednesday.
to Cedar Rap-
Ids MonIayeve'!ilng and returned on
Tuesday accompanied by her sister
Miss Jessie Starrey, who has been
in the hospital for an operation.
A little nine pound daughter \va«
born to Dr. and Mrs. Mason last
Dr. \Y. B. Guthrie nrri'veU Monday
morning from New York. He
been a week in Burlington by tin
way a» instructor in a teachers in
stitute. lie ha» another book al
most ready for publication, "A Brie
History of the American 'People,'
and for which h's friends predict
success but honors are not
Dr. Guthrie, his. w!fe has
honors' of her own by having the
Masters Degree at Columbia, univer
sity conferred upon her in the de
partment of political science. Her
essay was wpou the "Organization
of the French in Louisiana."
The Dunlap family to the number
of thirty held a reunion and picnic
oh the campus Thursday. Mr
John Dunlap and family of Haze'
Green. Mr. Thomas Dunlap ami
two daughters froini Hazel Green
were herp for the occasion.
The W. C. T. U. held its June
meeting with Mrs Greenup at
Hall. The program was given by
youniTr people. A reading by Miss Hel
en Joseph, The court of the last ap
peal. A young gir'.s Influence by Miss
Mary Robb. A solo by Miss Lela Mor
row. The devotional services were led
by Mrs. Mary Wallace.
Rev. S. J. Johnson and family left
Monday evening for their home in
L. E. Pride was here Tuesday front
Misst Veritura Piatt is here for a
visit with her father and s's'.er.
Mrs. W. R. Reeve and children re
turned Saturday from Van Horn*
where she had been visiting relativ
Mrs. Emmalino Harris- left Wednes
day for Castle Grove, after a visit
with .her daughter sluv w'il go to
Lake Mills where she expects- tc
spend the summer with a neice.
S. P. Carter was a business caller
in. Manchester Saturday.
Mrs. Ilamlfton and little daughter
left the last oX the week for a visii
in the east. Rev. Hamilton accompan
ied her as far as Chicago.
Rev. If. A. Dalrymple of Maquoketr.
visited his parents here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cramer art
making an extended' visit in Ohio.
Muss. Benedon and daughter of
Wrlchsville Ohio came Saturday
morning to visit with Rev. C. M. Rob'
Miss Hazel^ Tibbittsi went to Arlin-*
erton Saturday to remain until after
the 4 th of July.
Miss* Clara Dugniy came down from
Jussup Saturday to visit Mrs. F. C.
The W. C. T. U. met Friday with
Mrs. Greenup at Clark Hall. The pro
gram was given by the young people
.Miss Helen .Joseph gave a reading
The court of the last apeal, Miss
-Alary Robb had an essay on A young
girl® Influence, Mies Lela Morrow
sang a solo. We are glad to see -the
young people interested in the great
President Reed has again, started
out on his work for Lenox. He was In
Manchester and Independence last
A. L. Barker arrived home Friday
morning for a short visit with home
Miss Mable Westcott wasi an over
Sunday visitor at the home of her
Mrs.. Mc Allisiter and children leF
Wednesday for Onslow where they
will visit for a week.
Mrs. Thorpe of Manchester was
an over Sunday visitor at the S. P.
Mrs. Clara Wlltsie and children
came down from Arlington the last
week to visit wiht relatives.
Mr. Davis from Marcus is visiting
at| the home of Arthur Reed.
The Methodist ladies held an ice
cream social on Mr. Whlppl's lawn
Mr. Lewis was in Manchester on
Dr. Cuimitnings wa9 unfortunate to
have one of his horse® drop dead on
Mrs. W. A. LeClere has been quite
sick the past week.
Communion services will be held
in the Presbyterian church, next. Sab
bath with preparatory service Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Swanson, whoi have
been visiting at P. F. Westcott's
left for theri home in Council Bluf
Saturday evening. They were ac
companied by Paul Wilson and hi
cousin, who were visiting him from
Quite a number of people are plan
ning to go to Delhi to celebrate.
There will he picnics in the different
parts of town for those who wish to
remain at home.
The weather is so extremely hot
these' daysi that every one. who
could has remained in dodrs, con
sequently 'nothing doing' in the
way of news.
A (lance will be lield in the new
Thorpe hall qn Friday, July 14. Good
music will be furnished. Ice cream
and cake will be served by the -Roy
al Neighbors. All are cordially in
vited to attend.
W. D. Harr and daughter Hazel at
tended khe -funwal of Grandpa' Mc
Gee, which was hold at Coffins
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee spent Wed
nesday afternoon at -the. W. P. Lee
Ciias. Daisy and W. D. Ban- (Irwe
to Strawberry" Point Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Chambers drove
to Manchester Friday.
Mrs. P. M. Smith of Thorpe spent
Thursday at the A. O. Stone home.
D. D. Sarks and W. A. Lets drove
to Strawberry Point Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Shomock and son
Marvine drove to Manchester Friday.
Harry Smith of Manchester spent
Sunday at the D. Sarks home.
Mr. and Mrs. .Inn. Roberison drove
Mr. and Mrs. R. Work® are
proud parents of a baby girl.
Mrs. C. M. Gronnnon and son Chan
were in Manchester last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Paris and sons.
Clifford and Dale and son Clair at
tended the I. O. O. F. memorial ser
.'ices at Delhi, Sunday of last week.
Irmel Hopkins spent part of last
week with friends in- Delhi.
Mrs. O. Glew was in Manchester
Miss Lione Hopkins spent last
Friday at the Beal home.
Mrs. Henry Miller and! daughter,
Mable left for St. Charles, Minneso
ta, Friday, called by the death of
Mi's. Miller's' sister's husband.
Mrs. S. T. Knox lias been having
lental work done at Manchester the
Mrs. Hawkins had a very painful
iccident Saturday. She spilled car
bolic acid on her face and it got
her eyes. It is feared shei may
!ose her sight.
Miss Hook of Dubuuqe was in town
Sunday en route to Greeley to vsiit
Those who attended the funeral of
Vbel lloag Thursday were Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Dunham, Mrs*. F. H, Dun
ham and daughter Marjorie, Mrs.
Chas. Ferris, G. B. Cox and F. M.
Miss Nellie Cox attended teachers
examination at .Manchester Weduus
Mrs. Clyde Moody was- a guest of
friends at Manchester several days
the past week.
Mrs. W. A. Conell and children ar
rived home from. Burr Oaki Saturday,
after a two weeks visit with rela
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Howe and
daughter Lallve are visiting at Ool
Mrs. Mary Heath returned Tuesday
from a month's visit in Cedar Rap
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Adams were !h
A son was born to Mr. and
Addison Smith June 18.
Frank Harder is home from Wa
Mrs. Cora. Porter" visited at Straw
berry Point Wednesday.
Mrs. George Furman and daughter
Fern visited friends in Hanover, lilt
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barnes and
daughter Beatrice of Strawberry
Point were over Sunday guests at
L. M. Barnes.
L. Sclinittjer visited his daughter.
Mrs. Howard Reed at Rowley last
Thomas Simons received word of
the death of his sister, Mrs. Maria
Christian at Cleveland, Ohio, lasit
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Doolittle were
in Manchester Wednesday.!
Miss Tressie Elliott visited home
folks at Edgewood lasit week.
Mis® Elsie Haclobarth went to Chi
cago Saturday to visit her brother
Louis for a week or two.
Miss Genie Minkler is visiting her
sister, Mts. Frank Joseph, in Des
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wolfe were
Dyersville visitors Monday.
Missi Ella Harris has returned
from a two week's visit in Manches
Mrs. Darl Hunt and little daugh
ter of Earlville visited her parents-,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Morris, last
The I. O. O. F. officers were in
stalled) Saturday evening by J. W.
Swinburne, D. D. G. M., and were a.s
follows: Noble grand—F. E. Stim
son, vice grand—F. H. Smith, re
cording secretary—J. W. Swinburne,
financial secretary—A. O. Billings,
treasurer—A. N. Billings, R. S. to N,
G.—E. B. Porter, L. S. to N, G,—
R. P. White, conductor—J. R. White,
warden—D. F. Jones, chaplain —R.
M. Bondurant, inside guard Bert
Jones, outside gnard—H. Vesey, R„
S. S.—G. R. Angell, L. S, S,—C, A,
Stone, R. S. to V. G.—A. Sherman,
L. S. to V. G.—J. Keith,
man germ disease.
only exclusively hu
to an* «Uier anln»l.
A S O I A
President, Taft's recent
suggesting an amendment
•Pure Food and Drugs lnw
Mrs. Henry Claus and .Mrs. T.
Sands were in Manchester Thursday.
Mrs. Adams of Delhi called at the
home of Mrs. Hopkins Inst Wedne
Wright Brothers, inventors of the
modern aeroplane, have been engag
ed for daily air journeys at the
Iowa State Fair. The fact that
they are Americans, and one time
residents of Iowa, and that they
are now acknowledged to be fore
most among the world's builders of
aeroplanes, jnakes the fact of their
coming doubly interesting to all
Iowa people. They are engaged for
the entire week, for four flights each
and every, day of the Fair, and they
will have with them a number of
thfir latest model machines and
tluJr most experienced and daring
bird men. The Iowa people had
their first chance to witness" the suc
cessful navigation of tho air in the
American, dirigible balloons a' num
ber of years ago, and now the- State
Fair mangement will afford them
the finest opportunity passible for
seeing the very best exhibitions of
flying with the heavier than air
machines. The coming of the
Wrights to Iowa will be tho event of
in its re
lation to Preared Medicines, does
not refer to such 'standard medi
cines aw Foley'si Honey and Tar
Compound and Foley Kidney Pills
both of which are true medicines
carefully compounded of ingredients
whose medicinal qualities are reeo
ni/.ed by the medical profession it
self as the best known remedial
agents for disease they are intend
ed to counteract. For over three
decades Foley's Honey and' Tar Com
pound has been a standard! remedy
for coughs, colds and affections of
the throat, cliest and it retains to
day its pre-eminence above all oth
er preparations of its kind. Foley
Kidney Pillsi are equally effective and
meritorious.—Anders & Phillip.
A Waste of Money.
Hub—Reckless and extravagant—
I? When did I ever make a useless
purchase? Wife—Why, there's that
Are estlngulsher you bought a yeafr
ago we've never used It
XXXI1 of the revised ordinances of
tliu city of Manchester, Iowa, 1U0S.
Be it Ordained by the City Council of
the city of Manchester, Iowa.
Section 1. MANAIiKMlON'T, OFKICliHS
•AND TUIOIit DUT11CS. First. Tiler.
shall be appointed by tlie City Council of
the eity of Manchester, Iowa, a super
intendenl of the system or water-works
of said city, who shall, before entering
upon the discharge of his duties, Kive a
bond in the sum of one thousand dollars
onililioned for the faithful performance
of his duties said superintendent shall
hold his office during the pleasure of the
council, and shall receive such compen
sation for Ills services as shall be fixed
from time to time by said council.
Second, if the City council so elect
they may appoint the ncting City Mar
shal as such superintendent, in| which
ise. said appointee shall perform the
duties of both Marshal and superin
tendent of water-works, and receive such
compensation for his entire services as
the council may from time to time fix
upon and determine.
Third. It shall be the duty of said
superintendent to see that ordinances
and resolutions of said city council »in
reference to said system of water-works
are executed and that compliance there
with is had: that the conditions of all
contracts by or with the City Council
ire faithfully complied with: that all as
•jessiuents and water rents are duly
maile, collected anil paid into the city
treasury at the time and in the manner
hereinafter fixed for such payments: he
shall have supervision of all buildings,
machinery, pi.pes, hydrants anil every
thing connected with said system of
waler-works, and on the first day of
each month he shall present all claims
on account of the running and opera
tion of said system of water-works, and
submit the same to the City Council,
with such explanations as to enable the
members thereof to act advisedly there
on said statement and report shall be
submitted to the water committee, and
acted upon by the city council at the
first regular meeting thereafter. lie
shall make a full and detailed report on
the first meeting night for the month
of January in each year, of the condi
tion a nil operation of said water-works'
the amount of money received on ac
count thereof, from whom and date re
ceived. and for what character of ser
vice. together with a statement of all
expenditures made in the- operation and
repairs of said works: and shall perforin
iudi other duties connected with said
works as the City Council may pre
Section 2. The City Council shall ap
point an engineer to take charge of and
ittend to the running of the pumps, en
pities and machinery oonnectcnl wilh saut
Hy.stfm of water-work.*: Ueci tho pump
ing house or Ktation in suitable order,
mil perform such otlior duties as tlu*
•ouneil mav direct. Ho may appoint,
subject to the approval of the council,
an assistant. Ho shall give bond, in the
*um of one thousand dollars, to the
City of Manchester, Iowa, conditioned for
the" faithful performance of his duties.
He shall hold his office during the pleas
are of the city council, and receive
•»uuh compensation for his services
tho council may, from time to time fix
and determine upon.
Section 3. The Mayor shall appoint
throe members of the Oit*r Council a
-ttandiiiK committee, to be known and
designated as the "Water-works Onm
'niltee." Said committee shall have gen
eral supervision of the city's entire sys
tem of water-works, subject only to the
action of the city council. This com
mittee shall bo appointed at the time of
ippointlntf oilier standing committees.
Section 4. Ordinance pari of Contract
The rules, regulations ami water rates
•ontaincd in this ordinance, and such
other rates, regulations and water rati
is the City Council may. hereafter,
from time to time adopt, shall be
.onsidered and hereby are declared to
be a part of the contract with every
,)trson, company or corporation takin,
or using water, and the taking or using
water from the system of water-works,
*hall ho considreed as expressing his,
their or its assent to be bound thereby,
md whenever any of them are violated,
.r such others as the city council may
hereafter adopt, the water shall be cut
off from the building or place of such
violation, although two or more parties
may receive water through the same pipe
j.nd shall not be turned on again ex
~ept by^order of the water-works com
mittee or superintendent of water-works,
4nU upon payment of the expenses ot
shutting It off and putting It on, and
iuch other terms as the city coum il
4hull determine, and a satisfactory un
ierstamling with the party that no fur
ther case of complaint shall exist. In
•juse of such violation the City Council
shall have the right to declare any pay
ment made for the water by the person
oininittin^ such violation, to be^forfeit
d. and the same shall be forfeited to
Section 5. Applications and Permits.
First. All applications for the lntr«Mluc
tion of water into any premises, or for
the extension of any water pipe, shall
hf* made by the owner or tenant, with
the written consent of the owner, upon
printed blunks for the purpose, to be
had of the superintendent of water
Second. The applicant must subscribe
and agree to be hound by such rules
and regulations governing the use of
water and service pipes, as may then
he In force or mav be adopted from
time to time bv the cltv council.
Third. When the applicant has com
plied with all the rules and regulations
incumbent on hint to perform, a permit
will then be issued, signed by the super
intendent, and authorizing any duly
Ilnensod plumber to make tho (lcslreil
luiuiwUons \vi Lli the mains. Provided
that nothijiK herein contained shall be
construed to take away from the city
tho exclusive rlnht of tapping all mains.
Section 6. First. Not more than one
house shall be supplied from one tap,
except by spectnl permission from the
rtirmnlttee on water-works, and then
only in acrorihinec with the regulations
anil provisions hereinafter contained. A
pei init must lie obtained for each ser
vice connection nrnl each buihliiiK, resi
dence, in- place of business.
.Secmiil. A s|cci:il permit, must be ob
tained fur each branch connection, when
more than one connection is made by
one service pipe.
Third. A special permit must also be
obtained for „iiinkiiiK any extensions or
alterations to the plunibliiK of any
premises, house, store, or building be
yond that lor wlileh permission mav al
ready have been granted.
i'ointli. Where permission has been'
jrrnnh-d to Mipply two or more disitm
premise:- or tenements from one service
pipe, with branches therefrom having
two or Mioiv service coeks, 'and where
service cock is placed upon any such
pipe, or branch thereof, within and upon
piivato property of anv person—or
•ins, whiwo premises are supplied
with water or through whose premises
ny service pipe is laid, the City of
••'a"Chester shall have the light, by Its
I leers or employes, to enter upon such
private promises for the purpose of in
ipectiii- such service cod anil shall
the same light to shut the water
siieli pipe, as though said ser
eoek was nut upon Private premises
inter!erence with said service
samp has been turned off by
water-works committee or
shall be deemed a vio
rules and regulations
order of tin
latlon of the
office I, c!
No Jewish caltabte*.
It Is remarkable that notwithstand
ing the lov* Ml derohon
moChar there seenis to te traoa of
real Jewish lullaby. Ttuwe kaowa
are of a reclat origin.
ORDINANCE NO. C08
An ordinance relating to the system of
water-works in the city of Manches
ter, Iowa, providing for its manage
ment, and establishing water rates,
rules, regulations and penalties for the
government of water consumers, llcens
eil plumbers, and others using water
from or doing work in connection with
said system of water works, and to re
peal ordinance No. 194, being chapter
""del .such circumstances shut the wat
Jtt-'nrroui sanl entire service nine
nil] declare forfeited lo said eitv all nn
ned water rents paid hy any user
from such service pipe
"tiier dues accriiin« tlirou:
Hit use of water under the provisio
iust n.i"! considered a
just and lcK.il del.L due the cit and
he fhargahln to and must be as
by. and collectihlo from the own
owners 01 the premises, but the
water may have
ff irom the premises.
Sent ion 8. IMTRS, CFTA RORS RRVT
ii ii ater rates and charges
J' 1t- a meter basis, us herein
I" ov ided readings are made sn
often, and shall be paid at shorter in
in cuse demand is made therefor
superintendent. The amount of
the puce to be panl each ipmrtcr
no rates and water rents must
according to the assessment of
ter rates and charges provided, how
each ami everv biilhlimr
tenement, premises, or each and everv
I,'.,1,'!"Ill with said water sys'
II,.".\v' H- '"V'O'Whle and shall pay
|oattil.\ for the use of water measuivd
r-itv !i? I1 rir
.Mal'1 minimum rate
nee, at the
oirue of the Superintendent of tho Wa
•Apiil. July and October of each year
•'"title every consumer
of ualei. measmtd and registered bv
meter, to use IS.750 gallons- of water
•is PI o\ Ided for herein, shall be applied
In pa ment of the water consumed
measured and registered hy the meter
din-in ,' the. iiuarter for which the same
was advanced according to the rates
Charges established by Section 10, of
tins Ordinance: provided always, that
no rebate will be allowed if the consump
tion of water does not reach 3.750 gal
ions tor that quarter.
Section IK Notice of the amount due
from each consumer shall be given by
the superintendent of the water-works
system, at his last known post-office
address, through the mails, at the be
ginning of each quarter, in case the
same Is not paid to the superintendent
of the Water-works within ten days of
mailing said notice, the ame shall be
deemed delinquent. The superintendent
shall, when consumer is delinquent, shut
ff the water supply until the
delinquent's rates, charges or rents are
paid. The water shall not be turned on
for any delinquent consumer until a pen
alty of $1.00 has been paid to the super
Section 10. METKR RATE SCHEDULE.
The following muter rates are hereby
adopted, subject to all rules and regu
'ations made applicable thereto:
For the first 6,000 gallons,
For the next 9,000 gallons,
For the next 15,000 gallons,
For all over 45,000 gallons,
For the next 9.000 gallons,
For the next 6,000 gallons,
The above rales are based upon quar
terly consumption of water. The city
reserves the right to increase or change
the water rates, rentals and charges,
without notice to the consumer, and at
such time as the council may deem
proper, such changes, however, not to
Section 11. All water meters shall be
furnished and installed by the city, ami
hall remain at all times the property of
the city. The actual cost of setting and
onnecting each meter shall be paid by
the consumer of water.
Section 12. Officers an 1 employee of tl
city are prohibited from allowing credit
to anyone on water rents and charges.
Contracts or leases may be transferred
by the parties desiring to vacate prem
ises, to the parties about to occupv same.
No deduction from water rents shall
be made by reason of the breaking of
iny main pipe, service cock, or any
other interruption of the supply, or by
reason of the breaking of machinery or
stoppage for necessary repairs or on ai
ount of private water pipes that mav
Section III. WATER SUPPLY TO
OONTACTOKS ONLY. No occupant or
owner of any premises to which water
is supplied, will he allowed to supplv
water to other persons or families, or to
permit the same to be taken, or use or
permit the same to be used for any pur
pose other than stated in his application,
without special permission of the super
intendent. Any consumer violating this
rule will be charged double the usual
ites for water so taken or used, and
If such extra charge Is not paid on de
mand, the water shall be cut off from
Section 11. Parties desiring an inter
mittent water supply, and not connected
with a service pipe, will be charged such*
rate as the water-works committee may
direct. Persons intending to build or
repair any building, for Which the water
Irom the system is to be used, but not
Irom a service pipe, shall make applica
tion to the superintendent, giving the
certified statement of the architect or
builder, of the number of bricks, perches
ot masonry, yards of plastering to be laid
and other uses of the water. The wa
ter-wnrks committee shall thereupon fix
rate and grant a permit to use the
water for said purpose, upon the pav
ment of the amount so fixed. Any abiis
of this privilege, or neglect to guard
ainst the use of water for pur
poses other than that stated in the
permit, will subject the owner to havhr
ho water turned off and it will not be
turned on again until satisfactory as
surance is given that like abuses shall
not occur again, and the payment to the
superintendent of a penalty of one dol
lar. which shall go to the credit of the
Section ir». TAPPING MATNS. First.
The city will tap all mains after the ex
cavations shall have been made, ami put
in the necessary corporate cock and fer
rules, which shall be furnished bv the
applicant, but of a pattern to be ap
proved by the water-works committee,
and wheh such corporate cock aflTl fer
rules are Inserted, they and the entire
connection with the water mains, shall
be under the exclusive control of the
city council or the water-works com
Second. The city shall receive for its
services in making such' tap, $1.50. and
the entire expose of putting In the ser
vice piue, with all its accompaniments
ami equipments for use. shall be home
bv the applicant, (subject to section
hereof), ami the same shall be main
tained by and at the expense of the
owner or owners of the premises, where
the same Is used.
Section 16. INSPECTION OF PREM
ISES. The water-works committee or
such other person as may be direct'
by the water-works committee shall be
authorized to enter upon and have free
access to premises at all reasonable
hours, to ascertain the location or con
lition of all hydrants, pipes, stop-cocks
other fixtures attached to said works,
and every person taking water, or in
control of any premises upon which are
located any such hydrants, pipes, stop
cocks or other fixtures, must at all
times frankly and without concealment
answer all tpicstion^ put to them rela
tive to the consumption of water, or
the condition of the service pipes and
Section 17. SERVICE PIPES AND.
FIXTURES. First. That by special per
mission of the city council, one service'
pipe may be used to supplv all parties.
takuiK water within one hundred feet'
on either side of such service pipe, in
which case such branch service must
have a seryico cock, under the control
ol the applicant to be supplied bv^such
branch, subject, at all times to the light
of the city council or its duly authori?.
agents or employees to inspect such
''vice cock, ai*l including the right «f
cutting the water off from usch branch
service pipe, by means of said cock.
Any interference with same by any one.
in violation of the orders or direction of
the city council, its agents or employees,
may suhjcct all users from the service
pipe tapping the main to the penalty of
having the water cut off from said* ser
vice pipe, and a forfeiture to the eitv
of all unearned water rents then paid.
Second. All service pipes
service pipes connwetinff ...
of suiiablb size to admit a stop key for
turning on and ff the stop such pro
tecting box or pipe shall have a heavy
metal cover with the letter "W" mark
ed thereon, visible and even with the
pavement or plankiro?.
Third. I'lther lead or galvanized iron
.q^r\l« p'po inny he ny»«| ,V the option
of the applhant, sub lent only to pro
visions 4 ami of this section: when lead
Is used in the street or outside plumb
ing, it must he designated as extra
strung. All Iron pipe must sustain a
pressure uot less than LMK) pounds to the
square 11 11. In no esise will load .or iron
pipe he allowed in the servhe pipe or
interior plumbing weighing less per foot
than as follows: Lead pipe 3~S Inch,
medium. I pound per foot. Lead pipe
1*1! hih. stroma. 1 pound 1- ounces per
foot. Lend pipe r»*S Inch, extra strong.
*2 pounds, 8 ounces per foot. Lead pipe.
.*M lioh. strong ?, I^ lfi pounds per foot.
Lead i-ipe. inch, evtra strong. 4 pounds
12 ounces per foot. Lead pipe 1 1-2 Inch
es. extra strong. 7 pounds ounces per
foot, hoi: pipe larger than 1 1-4 Inches
inn^t be ui idc «f qurtllty known as "ex
tra strong" hip welded, and Iron pipe
smaller tlciu I 11 Indies shall be butt
welded iiud of same quality, unless oth
erwlso directed by the water-works com
Fourth. In no ease shall an Iron ser
vice pipe be attached directly to the
street nctln or corporation cock.
Fifth. To relieve the rigidity of an
Iron service pipe the space between tin1
street main and the curb or sidewalk stop
cock shall be connected hy a lead pipe,
of the quality kuown an "extra strong".
A brass coupling must be used for con
necting the lead with the Irou pipe in
no case must lead he solderejl to Irou.
Sixth. Kvery service pipe, must be at
least one-eivrhtli Inch' larger in diameter
than the taps through which they ar
ii pp I led and must he laid tho same depth
below the surface of the ground as t"
main pipe in the street. In all cases they
must be so protected as to prevent rup
ture by free/.lng.
Seventh. Persons taking water in« st
keep their service pipes and all fixtures
connected therewith in good repair, and
protected from frost, at their own ex
KU'hth. No person shall make any ex
cavation In any street or highway or al
ley for the purpose of laying water pipes,
or tap any water or service pipe laid down
without written pcrmisisou from the
water works committee or superintendent.
All plumbing work required In the build
in?/. or for other purposes, must be com
pleted to the line of the street before
any evcavailon shall be made iu said
street or alley for the purpose of con
necting with the main.
Ninth. In making excavation In the
street, highway or alley, for the laying of
service pipe, or of making repairs, the
plunks or paving material 'or earth re
removed, must be deposited In a manner
thai will occasion the least Inconvenience
to the public, and provide for passage* of
water along the gutter.
Tenth. No person shall leave any exca
vation made In the street highway or al
ley or other public place, open at any
time without barricades, and during the
nlirht red signal lights must he placed at
Kleventh. After service pipes are laid,
in refilling the opening, the earth must
be laid in layers of not more than nine
inches In depih. and ench layer thorough
ly rammed or puddled, to prevent settl
ing: and this work, together with the re
lacing of sidewalk, ballast and pavlm
must bo done so as to make the street
at least as gooil as before it was dis
turbed and to the satisfaction of the wat
er-works committee. No opening of the
streets or alleys for tapping of mains will
be permitted when ground Is frozen.
Twelfth. Should any, excavation In any
street or alley be left open or untlnlsh
ed for a period of twenty-four hours, or
should the work he Improperly done, the
water-works committee shall have the
ht to tiulsh and correct the work, and
the expenses incurred shall be charged
to the plumber whose work Is thus IIi»
Islied corrected and shall be paid by
said phunher before receiving another per-
Thirteenth. No person shall make any
excavation. In any street, highway, al
ley or elsewhere for any purpose what
ever, within six feet of any laid mala, or
water pipe, while the ground Is fro7.cn,
or dig up or uncover, so as to expose to
frost any main or service pipe of the
it y, except by special permission of
the city council.
Fourteenth. There shall be a stop cock
altachcd lo every wupply pipe at the polut
where it enters the •building, inside the
nine. so as to admit of the water be
ing shut olt and pipes emptied to pre
Section IS. IIYDUANTS AND PRINK
IN(J FOUNTAINS. First. No hydrant ex
the public drinking fountains shall
he plrn-ed within the limits of any street
alley unless such Tiydraut Is securely
loscd and protected against geueral .use.
Ami'^to drinking fountain shalf fie erect-
I for public- use which has openings
which it can he used as a source of
Second. All hydrants erected In said
It.v for the purpose of extinguishing fires,
re hereby declared to lie public hy
Iran is. and no person or persons, other
hau the members of the tire department
and those ouly for use iiud purpose of
aid dc.'iartincut or persons especially
mlhorl'/.cd by the city council, and then
mly iu the exercise of the authority del
gated hy the city council, shall open
of said city hydrants iu said dry.
in any maimer interfere with any of
Third. No person authorized to open
hydrants shall delegate his authority to
unother, or let out or suiter any person
take the wrenches furnished him, or
ulTcr the same to he taken from any
house of said city, except for the pur
poses strictly couucctcd with tlia tire de
partment, or as they accompany hose
arts on occasions of lire.
Fourth. If proprietors of lumber yards,
manufactories. halls, stores, elevators,
warehouses, hotels or public huihllugs.
egular consumers of water from the
waler-works system, wish to lay large
ipes with hydrants and couplings, to be
sed only In case of Are, they will be
permitted to connect with the street mains
at their own expense on application to the
ity couucil and under Its direction, and
will be allowed the use of water, for tire
uirposes only. fr«*e of charge but all
lives admitting water to such pipes musi
sealed. If such seal be at any time
roken or defaccd. the superintendent of
water-works must he notllied thereof Im
•Mfth. No person will be allowed to
put In any hydrant, sprinkler or prl*
ate tire plug without a stop cock.
Section 10. PHOPKRTY NOT TQ RK
TAMPERED WITH. No person, shall
willfully or carelessly break, Injure, mar.
leface. interfere with or disturb any
uihllng, machinery, apparatus, tlxture.
ittachineut. or appurtenanee, of the water
works system of said city or any pub
lic or private hydrant or water trough,
stop cock, meter, water supply or ser
vice pipe, or any part thereof nor shall
iny person deposit anything In any stop
cock, or box. or commit any act tend
ing to obstruct or impair the Intended use
any of the above mentioned property,
without the permission of the city coun
cil. or except In eases herein or other
wise regulated by ordinance of said city.
In ease of Ore or when there Is an alarm
of tire, all consumers must shut the water
off. except those connections used to re
strain the lire, and during such fire no
water Is to be drawn, except for Are pur
poses. The water works committee Is
hereby authorized and empowered to en
force tills rule and any violation of the
same shall be deemed a misdemeanor and
be punished aecordlngly.
Section 20. The right Is hereby re
served to suspend the use of fountains,
and iiose for sprinkling streets.., lawns,
gardens and walls, whenever. In the ophi
Ion of the water-works comknlttee, the
public exigency may require It. The ser
vice pl|tes of fountains out of doors
must be provided with stop cocks, capable
of draining the pipe to prevent fxeexlng.
and must be under the control of thr
water-works committee or superintendent.
Section -1. PI.PMRERS. PLPMRINO.
IMTT.ES UKOITLATISn SAME—PENAL
TY FOR VIOLATION. First. License
will be granted to practical plumbers pn
Iv upon pavment of an annual i. li
cense fee of $to.uo ami by resolution of
the eitv council. All plumbers employ
ed by them must be experienced In their
business and skilled and practical work
men. TTpon making application for a II
cense they must furnish the council with
satisfactory evidence of the foregoing re
Second. Application for license shall he
made in writing to the city council, and
must state the full name of the applicant
his place of business and the firm name
under which the business is to be carried
on. After application for such license shall
be approved, and before the same shall
be Issued, the person Applying for the
«ame shall execute and deposit with the
city clerk, a bond with two or more sure
ties, to be approved by the city council.
In the penal sum of one thousand dollars
conditioned that ho will Ideninlfy and
*ave harmless the cltv of Manchester of
and from all accidents and damages
caused by any negligence In proseeutln
and protecting his work and that he will
restore all earth, pavements and other
materials. In and over any opening he
mav have made In lavlne anv service pines
or for anv other purpose, to be as good a
state and'condition as It was before sueli
oiipniivr was made, and keep and maintain
the same In crootl order nnd to the snt
with the mains shall have a service ference to the said system of water-works,
stop cock placed at the outer detre of Third. Anv plnnitier or pipe titter who
tlie sidewalk, and inside of the curb shall lie eulltv of a violation of any of
ltne. This service stop cock must be pro the rules, regulations or ordinances adopt-
Isfaetion of the eitv council, for the ior
lod of sixt days thereafter fnot count hi
In this period anv time during which the
surface of the cround has been frozen).
And that lie will nay all flues that may
be Imposed upon him for anv violation of
any rules, regulations or ordinances pass
ed or adopted bv the city council In
tected by a box or Iron pipe reaching led hy the city onutioll. «*i:ill forfeit his
from the stop cock to tho surface, ami|llcensc. A forfeiture of lie ,license of any
plumber shall operate as t* suspension of
tho license held by his ui-punnet' iu the
same bus1'' -ss, or by aaiy erson in hi.*
or tlielr employment.
Fourth. Within forty hours after
completing any attachim-iit «»r connection,
the plumber or pipe tl
full report nnd reiurn* ua" the ordinary
and special use to which I tie water is de
signated to he applied under any per
mit granted from the oirin-* of the super
intendent, with a dcscrijit ton of all ap
parratus and arrnugcujpiBls for using
water la every case, aitil other particu
lars that may le called ft.»r. The water
will not be turned on |i any premises
until complete returns :rre made by I he
plumber, and ilien only upon the order
of the superintendent. This rule shall
he construed to prevent any plumb
er admitting water to !e*i pipes, ami for
that purpose nr.ly.
Fiflh. No Wilier pipes i|il under ground
shall be covered and trenHirs tilled by any
plumber, until after thi* iwater has been
turned Into such pipes niMl^aid pipes have
been tested to the satisfaction of the su
perintendent. and found he water tight.
Sixth. All taps in muiits shall be at
least elght«»en Inches apiirt. No main
shall he tapped nearer Itean six Inches
to the hub. The ferrule or nipple tappet
Into the main shall be
eighth or an Inch smaller than the ser
vice pipe connected therewith.
Seventh. A four inch iiinlu shall re
celve no larger than a rive* eighths Inch
tap: a six inch main U4i larger than a
three* fourths* Inch tap. No tap larger
than one Inch shall be Inserted In any
main larger than above. Where larger
connections arc desired, or more taps
shall be used.
Eighth. All lateral or service pipes,
for public or private usr\ sind all neces
sary fixtures connected (therewith, shall
ho subject to the approval, and laid tin
der the supervision of tlir» water-works
committee or the superintendent. The
right Is reserved to said ^oEiwulttcc to de
cline connect with phmildng not done
la accordance with the nnSlnaiiees. rules
and regulations of the r«lty council ami
Its duly authorized agent:-? and employ
Section 22. CONSPMUIES TO RE
CIIAIUiED FOR l'll'INn TO l.'KNTKlt
OF STIIKET. First. Apiilhauuts for wa
ter will be charged from the center of
the street for all service jiipc and trench
ing without .regard to hxHion of mains.
Second. AV.here an applicant desires
plumbing done on the shin of the street
nearest to main, he shall cay such sum
into the city treasury as sSiall equal the
ular charge for sucli piping and
tremdiing, from the main to the center
of the street, said sum wlxrifc so paid shall
be for the use and beneili of the water
Third. Where an nr»|il3cant desires
plumbing. done on the si«jr of the street
farthest from the main, tlae expense of
piping ami trenching from the center *t
the street to the main shnlE he borne hy
Fourth. All contracts for plumbing
shall he made only wltl) duly licensed
plumbers such plumbers lus-forc receiving
a license from the city shall agree with
the siiprlntendent what snaa per foot
shall be paid for all street "plumbing, the
expense of which this s«Htion provides
shall be lmrne hy the city, itnd In no case
shall such sum per foot t" be paid by
fhe city, be greater than Hie sum per
foot to be received by tho 'ity from the
applicant requiring pliimUin^ to be done
on lie side of the street rare rest the main
for the distance between he main and
the center of the street, Iwtwcen which
points no actual plumbing Es done.
Section 2it. Any plumlirr, water con
sinner, or other person who shall do.
perform any act or thing* Rirohihitod by
this ordinance, or otherwise than in
cordanee with Its provtsToiss. or violate
iny or either of the rules mad regulations
now hi^force or hereafter In be adopted
concerning the regulation ami government
of said system of water-works, shall
uilty of a misdemeanor, nnd on convlc
tlon thereof, in addition to the enforce
ment of the forfeitures, penalties, liabil
ities, stipulations and respirations her
before contained, shall he lined iu a sum
not less than three dollars it or morn than
one hundred dollars and ln» required to
nay the costs of prosecurio*i. and stand
ommittod until such flue juitd costs are
Section 24. That Ordi iiiuice No. VM.
heiujr Chapter XNXIl of the- Revised Or
dlnanees of the City of Manchester, Unix.
Is hereby repealed.
Section 2.*». That this Ordinance shall
take effect and he In force from and after
its passage and adoption, 2in^l publication
as by law provided.
Passed ami adopted this l'.Kh day of
City Clerk. Mayor.
XOTICK OF i*itorosi:i» ice.soi.utio
hi-' ni:ci:ssity i-oic stkkkt
Noriiv is liiM'rhy nivon flint nt :i mot
insr l!ic cily ciniiKll «i( tln t'iiy of
Imvn. Iit'lil oil tin- 2i'ili ilay
ot .!uiu\ llili. Iliorc was In trmlucoii the
t'i'K.1!litIon lii'ri'lmiflw set foiTli. which
:ihl msolut ion wiii In* •niaKhl^riHl for
ixiKMnui* l».v I In* city i-omuH at a uioet
inir to Iio li.-t.I August Till I!H1, nt oi^lil
oVIoH |. III. lit tlie I-O iiim'H cliamlior,
at wlih'li time jilio owners of property
Kiilijwt lo iisxossiiii'iit Tor Jlii? cost of the
streot improvement culitt'iu I—11i-i 1 iu sniil
resolution, may appear uii.l imikn objec
tion, if tiny they lmve. to the contem
plated Improvement '""1 tlie- passage of
iil proposed resolution, \rlil-eh resolution
Is nn follows:
KKSOI.ITTIOX OF XEIHSSITY.
Ro It Itesolveil hy the Cllj Council of
I lie Cil of Manchester, loivsi.
That il Is ileemeil n«lvlsi»lil«i and neees
sarv to improve tlint part of Franklin
street. In tlie eity of Manilai-ster, Iowa,
iesei-ilieil as eomiiieneiii^ ict tlie Kouth
nrli line of Ituller street, where It In
tersects Franklin street, iio-rlb to the
south enrli line of Clara Avmluc, ly srad
Ins curbing anil pavlnj- tin- same: and
llie siilil street improvement If lierehy or
lereil as follows, to-wit: Said pavement
shall he eonsl ructeil of Xu*iil»er One vit
riliinl |i:ivliiit blocks with samd tiller nil
Oil tlve Inches of rortlaiul cement con
crete foundation: and said rurbinir shall
lie constructed of standard Tortlnnd re
ment iiml sand, all of whirls said jrrad
Inn. curldnj anil pavinsr sii sill he done
III accordance with plans ail il specltlcations
In lie prepared by the city •Mijjlneer anil
approved by the city con il.
That contracts lie madi* ami entered
Into for fiirnlsliliif labor ami material foi
uch work, ns hy statute |iTovliled, and
Hie cost and expense of ssm-li street lin
nroveiiioiit tic assessed anr«lii-st tlie prop
erty ulmttiiitf on the part" of street so
Improved in accordance wit Ii the law jrov
emin such assessments: e-vept. that the
ost and ex pei: so of stibl •ilrcct Improve
ment at tlie intersection nf streets, nve
and allevs. and ono-lialf the cost
•inil expense of the same :»t spaces otnio
jte streets, highways, aveiini-s and alleys
Interseetlnjr Imt not cro^sl«ijr. anil at
puces ontioslte properly owned by
-it of Manchester. Iowa, ft lid any
eie'nev where the special assessment
wlilcli niav be levied asillnst any lot
or tract of 'land shall be iBisiiiriclent to
iciv tlie cost of the Improvementt. shall
1,0'nnlil from the city impr.iviPiiieiit fund.
"Pateil .lime '-'f.th. mil.
Notice of Proposed Resclution of Ne
cessity 'or Street improvement.
Notice Is hereby Riven tinat a't
poet ills nr the 'Hy ''f ,V'f
if Manchester. Iowa, belli on tlit *-"th
*l-iv or .lime. 11111. there was Introdi ed
tlie re-ioliition hereinafter s-t rtit th. wb cli
said resolution will be consl dered foi l..i
l»v (lie eitv council at ..
to l.e held ,\ui ust 7tti. If II at. els it
Vehicle p. ni.. ot tlie cciiineil .bainbei.
it wlii'di time the own«-'it= of propel tj_
object to assessment f.ir
lretion If iinv they luivi',
ml'uic'l improvement ami tlie, pn^e
if s.-iM proposed resolution- which 11 so
lution Is as follows:
to assessment fir Ibc cost of
et improvement runt em plated in
olnllon may nppenr anil niuke ob
to the eon-
lie It i:
the City Council
City -of Manchester. I«iwa:
That it Is deemed advlsntile and neces
sary lo improve "\at pait_ of "'e^ alley
Main and IX-lnv-Nare streets.
omnieiielnK at the east llt»c of Franklin
itre.-t, tin rice east nloiu' said alley to
the west line of Madison street, in tin
itv if Manchester. Iowa- by Kradin
inil pavinK the same: ami said Improve
ment Is hereby ordered as follows, tovvlt
Said pavement shall hf^ i-onstruct
rtland cement concrete paving.
I Vitrified Mock on 2 inches sand
ind ,r. Iii'-hes Portland
base, all of said
liall lie done Iu
gruriifii? nnd pavin.
necnrtUm-ee with plans
Und s|i*ific!itIons to he iir^piir^l hy t.li
itv Hii:iii»'er :i»i«l uppr^vi^l i»v tlie
council.' Th:it eimtrnrt tie mnrte and en
ler«-il Intu for furnishing I iilor nnd ma
rial for such work, us lo* statute pm
vide»l. Mild I he ost. ami expense "f
•.uch allcv improvement he asse*s"d
•nalitst tho property mIh it
i»art of th«» alley f?n l*ii|»nv»d. in ac
•ordaiVe wilh tho law* i-*v«-rniiiir sin-h
iSS*'SShn nts: exropt, thill nnt'-ltalf th
rust and expense of saM nlley Pnprovo
uienl at up|*M»sito nBleys intersect
ing hut not rowlhv, and at spue# op
|Ksite tuoperty nwmil, 13' the City of
Manchester, lewa. nncl nny dcTielfiiey
where the speeial a?t}H» ssipfiiit which
may he levied ti^ainst iiiib4 or tract
of land shall be insiiffllt.'Kt to pay the
cost of the improvement, shall be paid
from the city improvement fund.
Pa toil at M:^nc hoster» Towa. this 2flth
day of June. 1911.
Attest. LE ROY.
T. WILSON. Mayor.
City Clerk. 90 w4
'T I VI" I
I will retire from the Dry Goods
business in Mancncster on or before Aug. I, and
stock will be transferred at that time to other par
ties. With that end in view stock must be reduced
to lowest possible point, and in order to do this
between now and that time we will quote prices
on every article in the store at the very lowest
possible notch. There will be tremendous bar
gains in every line while they last. Rugs, Car
Curtains, Linoleums, Millinery,
Laces, Embroideries, hosiery, Underwear, Silks,
Dress Goods, Skirts, House Dresses. Shirt
Waists Table Linens, Suits and Gloves ALL
REDUCED TO LOWEST PRICES as Follows:
.W-incli rtidifiti Hcail Suiting, regular price, loc, this sale,
Full Standard Calicoes.
10 dozen White Aprons, all sizes, 25c to '10c qualitv, OOP
All Wool Carpels, regular 7.i5c grade, this sale,
All Linen Dress Suitings, i!5c quality, all colors,
Summer Dross Goods, Batistes Cloths,
sale price __J
.''i.) Trimmed I fats, $1 to $5 Hats,
while they last ...
iiOc ami fiOc Fancy Wool Suitings, all colors, OUP
SI.01) Fancy Wool Suitings, all colors,
Black Silk Petticoats, §5 quality,
§2 I'mbrellas, 75c quality, 00c. $1 quality, 85c #1 |C
§1.50 quality $l*lu
Full length tine S'lk Gloves, $1 quality 85c. IC
§1.50 quality pltlll
Black Silk Waists, Messiline and Taffetas, fO CR
Men's Work Shirts, 50c kind,
11."... Heavy Table Linen, JQP
reduced to ^0U
$L Fine Table Damask,
Fancy White Goods, Checks and Plaids, 15c grade,
Fancy White Goods, Checks and Plaids, 25c grade, 1QP
sale price —IJU
Gingham Dresses, regular prices $8 and §3.50, JO OK
Bread is the Staff of Life.
Good Bread Makes Home Happy. We receive
Daily a basket of PIPER'S HOME-LIKE BREA^D
and we know that if you will give it a trial you
will be a daily customer for it. Remember it is a
fresh basket every day at 4:30 P. M.
A. E. PETERSON.
We have a large assortment of Ladies', Miss
es' and Children's Wash Dresses, made up in the
latest styles and will suit you in price.
Also a large stock of Ladies' Neckwear just
received. You should see them.
Foley Kidney Pills are composed
o£ ingredients specially selected for
their corrective, honling, tonic, arul
stimulating effect upon the kidneys,
.bladder1 and urinary passages. They
are antiseptic, anUlthie and a uric
A full and complete line of Summer Wash
Goods of all kinds, many of which have been re
duced in price to close. A call is solicited.
Agent Butterick Patterns.
Tirrill &, Pierce
Loans, Real Estate
and Insuran ce.
Eggs For Sale.
Kxtra fine Buff Plymouth ltock egga
for setting 75 cents per 15:
Mrs. C. J. Raymond.
11-Hmo. Manchester. Iowa.
Telephone IS. 21. on 3.
F. E. Richardson.
Real Estate, Loans,
Office South Side of Main Street, iv
5 & IOC