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George Hansel hi*
Laat Saturday Hr. and Mia. W. H.
CefiMll tendered aa lmfemrl reception
to their eoa «U daughter a* their re
tain from their marriage et Ban Oak,
lev*. They nttuaed aa tha Milwau
kee S. B. from Decora* Dataware.
Several of their friends Irem Rock
Pialtie aod tha tmnWIeti relative*
wees In attendance. The aaapaay
wees entertained with eholee vocal and
Iwtromental mntle by
MIm
•HUM.
iprlmg-like weather wes»s«a»ly
•mtakenby a oeit ware Wednesday
aliH reminding as that It Is winter
ttM and spring tlnio "gaetle Annie," Is
Maine bya aad bye.
Qelteo number ef aw young people
•MH0od tue eyater supper at 1. U.
Bahama, la Alsaarai. last WedarWay
•IQIlns.
MM.
0. C. Hoag loeaaMy Tlelted her
•mdmother Griffith, wha Is ieeid.v
til her home lm Greeley.
James Hood twelve* two Plymoath
Mm* cockerels fre* Waal Ualen laat
Jt- 'T. Bactai Is HetMag his ianghler
la laCependaaae.
Moat o( evt business man were call
aa la Qraeley lwt Tuesday.
Although It vu lather cold Thuis
ay morning, L. Knahale, living east of
hare, came to the creamery with a smll
countenance an account ef that
MW girl who arrived at his home Jan
maryTSn!.
Beveral in thl vicinity who are Inter
ested In the U. B. church at this plaoe,
which has never been eompleted, will
eat forget that it will be sold at auciion
at the court bouse In Manchester, F*b
laarr 80th.
The assessor, F. M. Bur'oridge, Is
calling on all hie friends. .,
AUIIKA.
Peg57 weather was all the style laat
H. D. Aldrich «u a Byan caller last
week.
Mrs. BUlle Wilson tree reported aa
quite sick last week,
B. W. Barnes, of Rocky Nook spent
Saturday with Ed Hugh and family.
Ed Hugh and Jinks Michael sawed
waod for Johu Seerey Saturday and for
Pet Leonard Monday.
Mrs. Pat Flan nag an spent Sunday
with bar mother, Mra. Britt, In the
Bay
There seems to bs some attraodon
pickeyville for some of our young
aa they seem to like that way of
going pretty well.
Mrs. Ed Sbeppard and Alta Sheppard
WBM Ryan callers Monday,
Leo Seerey waa an Almlra caller Sun'
day evening.
Stell Aldrloh sp»nt part of last wssk
at home.
Floyd Sheppard, of the Bay had bust
MM here Monday.
James Warrdl sad son, Will, were
Mllo callers Monday last.
John Flannagau was Byan caller
Wednesday.
Some of our young folks attended
tha dance at Ryan Tuesday alght.
John War rail was a Ryan caller
Taasday evening.
Miss Winnie Sbeppard spent Wed'
aaadiy with her sisters near Manches
ter.
LAMONT.
Mrs Eaton, of Strawberry Point, C,
L's. mother, vlBlted in his home last
week.
Boyal Sharp and Hrs. Frank Sharp
tut Earlvllle visitors last week.
"Med, the Waif," was played In the
oyasa house Friday evening to
oowded house and was pronounced
vety good.
George Stimson, of Stanley, was
Lamont caller Friday.
Rev, Charles Dean was greeted with
a crowded house the three evenings be
lectured in the churches in Lamont.
Iti. Drake had a stroke of paralysis
Friday night.
C. T. Boss Is on the sick list and has
not been In the store for more than
week.
Wm. Seward haB bought J. W. Bon
ney's house and lot on tbe south sidu.
Harried, in Lamont, January 24tb,
Boy Bush and Miss Emma Wesley.
May prosperity, health and continual
happiness be their lot is the wiBh of all
who know tbem.
Fred Field visited at Independence
last week.
Mrs. Emma Flaucher has purchased
the Beldon JoneB house.
John Uense visited his relatives In
Dnbuque last week.
Mrs. Del. Windenburg and little son.
Earl, visited her sister, Mrs. John Cro
foot, in Stanley last week.
Mrs. Grace A. Benedict visited her
daughter in Stanley four days last
week.
M. P. Sager and wife were passengers
to Nashua last Thursday.
Prof. Inman's wife, of Aurors, vis
ited Prof. Forsyth's wife two days last
week.
Lewis Seighford and wife, of Jesup,
visited in the homes of C. Whitney and
H. Wilkins from the 16th to the 19th
Inst.
J. M. Franks spent Sunday and Mou:
day,'January 20 and 21, in Oelwein vis
iting friends. His wife and mother re
turned home with him.
Bev. J. P. Hewes has returned from
Chicago much improved In health.
No one should fail to hear tbe 6. A.
B. entertainment billed for February
2nd at the Lamont opera house, en
titled the "Clara Vaughan Wales Re
cital." Tbe proceeds are to pay in part
(or tbe fine memorial window In th»
orrespondence.
to the Tl«b
Hrtsbery it Hytisg Breach eorml days
iMt Week.
AIM Purvla had hie lee henee Bllod
wife choice lee IMt week.
aephew'
vieltleg at their hens* Milt week.
WU1 Friend eddiantd the people at
tba St Paul* ehuich laat Snnrtay tha
eabj«otf prayer. 'Ha tea* tha 17th.
ehaftat of St Jahn end piaaanted tha
•ukfaat of p*a?ar la a alanr «aaals way.
KIT. Harnith Is expected pcaaeh
aut S«ud»y at tha einal hear,
Sdith Pat-
no and Un. Oeeer Uitman, and
•Ikon. A very enjej able »l*e waa had
by ptaient who with tha writer wish
a teppy and proepateua Ula W Mr.
aaCMn Will A. OaaaaU.
new M. E. church donated by the O. A.
B.,Poat.
Mr. Bloom and Mr*. Jane Cooper de
parted Wednenlay for San Francisco,
Gal., where they hare an engagement
for tha season with one ot the lead'ng
theatrical eompaalea of tba west.
Mr*. Bhler, of Oelwein, visited her
parental home last week. One of her
nieees accompanied her home.
A. G. Tyrrell, wif6 and children vl«
Ited in Waterloo last weat.
The W. C. T. U. will meet Thnrsday
Febraary 1st, st the home of Mrs. D.
M. Brown at 1:39 p. id. Kvsrjuui.v is
Invited.
C00Q3V.
Mrs. J. M. Stewart, of near Manches
ter, spent Saturday and Sunday in Cog
gon with her sister, Mrs. A. H. Green.
Mrs. W. A. Loveland went to Ryan
aad thea out.to the home of her broth
er, Wfilts File, Monday for a few days
visit.
A white timber squirrel is a rare
sight, yet a gentleman bad one on ex
hibition at Frank Dutton'a harness
ehep the latter part of laat week. It
was eaught In tha timber over In Dela
ware county.
Several ear leads of blaek walnut
logs are being piled up near the stock
yards ready for shipment to the Rapids
where tliey will be sawed up into lum
ber. They are from the Nugent home
etaad and are tine enes, some ef them
being three feet across. They are valu
able property.
A. 8. Green made a trip to Forest
•ille, In the northern part of Delaware
eonnty, last week, where he purchased
three fine thoroughbred Durham heif
ers, whloh he has added to hie herd of
Mttle.—Monitor.
GREELEY.
E. B. Hess was a Colesburgh caller
recently.
Glenn Baker started for Michigan
Monday.
Grandma Griffith is suffering with
her third stroke of paralysis from which
it Is feared she will not recover.
Mrs. Otto Appleby, of Strawberry
Point, visited with her pareuts the first
of the week.
Mrs. Charlie Parker has been threat
ened with the lockjaw Bince having a
a tooth extracted recently.
.B. A, Baker did not make a very
long slay with home friends as he has
now gone on buBineBB for the
C. P. Holmes' funeral services was
conducted by Bev. D. H. Bays at the
Christian church Friday with many
sympathizing friends in attendance.
There were several Edgewood citi
zens in town Saturday, n. James ami
I. Harris being among the number.
Will Wroughton's pleasant couute
nance Is to be seen on our streets once
more.
Mr. T. Hennessey, of Manchester,
attended the dance here Wednesday
night.
Fern Marshall was a little under the
weather Snnday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pepper and son went
south on the evening train Saturday
for a stay of some weeks.
There Is to be revival meetings com
menced in the Christian church Sundaj
the 28 inst.
There iB to be a sociable at tbe home
of Mr. Hosier next Wednesday for tbt
benefit ot the M. E. Church.
MesdameB Mary and Alice Kobinson
of Edgewood, were with their mother
over Sunday.
H. D. Underwood was here soliciting
work for a Lone Tree Publishing Co
this week.
Frank Miller Is now in the "Brush
business.
John Sloan, of Elkader, who has been
very 111 with pneumonia recovered suf
ticieutly to return to his home Tues
day.
Ezra McKray, who has been in Fay
ette for a few days, returned, home
Wi dneBday evening.
Levi Kleckner is home once more.
C. T. Paine, of Fayette, was in town
canvassing for a prohibition paper one
day this week.
M. Hollenbeck has gone to viBit rela
tives in Hazleton.
Elmer Micheal, of S. D., was in town
Monday.
MrB. John Drybread has not been well
for Bome days.
Mesdames Anna Mark and Maud
Smith, of Chicago, were called to the
bedBide of their mother MrB. G. Grillith
Suuday.
A. B. Ilolbert shipped several
horses to Michigan Saturday of last
week.
The sociable at Grandma Beckner's
for the Christian church was a success,
as of course it must be where so good
a lady presides.
Park Correll, of Aurors, has been
visiting friends and relatives here and
at the Point for the laBt week.
D. O. Chamberlin, of Manchester,
was in town one day this week.
Scott Marshall aud mother were
visiting friends in Millville recently.
Mr. Iiackbartb, of Delhi, was in
town buying stock a couple of days
this week.
Mrs. lloebuck, of Waterloo, was a
guest at tbe home of Ben Sherman a
few days this week.
E. Sawyer made a trip to Fayette the
first of tbe week.
The two little girls of Wm. McKray
are having a siege of the mumps,
Elsie, the youngest having been very
sick but is now Improving Blowly.
We are Borry to learn of the illness of
John Ray at the Clute home. Hope
to hear Boon of hiB complete recovery
Chris Rehman and W illiam McKray
returned from Fayette Friday even
ing.
The children of Abram Landis are
on the sick liBt but are betLer at this
writing.
C. E. Chase, of Independence, was in
town Saturday eve.
News reached here Tuesday of the
death of Nic Malven at his home in
Medford, Minn. He was a brother ofi
John Alalven of Manchester and Frank
Halven, of this place, and was well and
favorably known by many In this vi
clnity. ...
IHOLTFI.
in some way part of our Items were
left out last week. We will put tbem
in again this week and expect tliem to
go through.
A nice big girl at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Martin put In an appear
ance two weeks ago.
Mrs. Krank Rvan and In rant are on
the nick list.
Chan. Hitchcock, ot Crookston,
Minn., ".FIT visiting parents and other
relatives here, went to Chli ago on busi
ness.
A peculiar accident happened to the
little son of J. E. Robertson last Wed
nesday. The little one in some man
ner got hold of an egg shell, and at
tempted to swallow a large piece of it,
the shell lodging in the child's throat.
After futile efforts of the parents to
extract the hard unyieluing substance,
l)r. Ditimer was telephoned for and
arrived just In time to prevent death
by strangulation.
Kobs-
Xd Meskimens and family, of
viUe, Iowa, have moved back to Cog
gon intending to again make this place
their home.
The church sociable at Mrs. D. Ryan's
netted $20.
Henry Heyer was taking in a car
of hogB here Wednesday and Thurs
day.
L. Bradner has a brother visiting
him irom Wisconsin.
JJKLHX.
Mrs. Sarah White, of Manchester, le
spending a week or two as the guest of
her friend Mrs. Jane Flack.
Miss Smiley, of Osterdock, visited at
Charles Holtzman's last week.
Ben ltoot, of Clear Lake, is visiting
relatives and friends in and near
town.
Mr. Lee, of Dubuque, transacizd
business in town last Wednesday.
Mr. Bert Peterson and Miss Addie
Flack spent last Tuesday and Wed
nesday with friends in Manchester.
Austin Bowman and Ralph Bowman
spent last Sunday with Dr. Bowman at
Greeley.
Mrs. Addie Knight and children, of
Milford, returned to their home Mon
day .after a pleasant visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A- E. House.
Mrs. Balle Saunders, of Hoikinton.
la visiting at the home of her son,
Bryce.
Frank Stimpson, of Manchester at
tended church here Sunday.
N. McCormick is still very low. No
hopes are entertained for his recovery
Mrs. Sarah Harper, who used to live
near town, died at her home in Butter
lield, Missouri, last Saturday.
Prof. Wood and wife will give an
entertainment at the G. A. R. Hall Fri
They will
HorBej
Co.
C. L. Armstrong who has
obliging clerk in the Greeley House
for some time past has gone to Hazle
ton.
day evening, February
have a gramophone, also singing recita-
been the I tions etc. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
Mrs. Elizabeth Beal ed at her bome
near town on Saturday, January 27,
aged 76 years. Her husband Lewis
Ileal died four ye rs ago. She leaveB
two sons and four daughters to mourn
the loss of a kind and loving mother
Frank, James and Hattie who live at
home, Mrs. Rozena Keith, of Delhi,Mrs,
May Gleason, of Center Point, and Mrs,
Emma Holden, of Wellman, all of
whom were at her bedside during her
last illness
Samuel Pulver has gone to Illinois to
visit friends.
Miss Maggie Frazier is spending the
winter with her sister in Hopkinton.
J. W. Corbin has a neat ollice room
down town where he takes orders for
clothing and gives good satisfaction to
his patrons.
Misses Bertha and Kate Toomer, of
or Dyersville visited their cousin, Mary
Toomer last week.
EARLVILLE.
Louis' Slialler left Wednesday tor
Buffalo, N. Y. where be will visit rela
tlves for a couple of weeks.
The Knights of Pythias will give
winter picnic in their lodge rooms on
Thursday evening, February 1st. The
Manchester Mandolin club will furnish
the music.
MIsb
Will Catiron and
Ruth Hersey
drove to Manchester Wednesday after
noon.
Thos. McCormick has bought tbe
Harry Porter houBe and lot in the west
part of town.
Elmer Cruise has sold out his harnes
stock to ChaB. Iiackbartb.
The MaBons will give a ball and ban
quet in February. Invitations will be
issued ouly to members.
J.C. Nieman shipped a carload of
horses to Chicago Tuesda '. Joe re
turned Friday and reports a good Bale.
Tbe Literary Society will meet at the
I. O. O. hall Tuesday night. The
subject for discussion is compulsory
school law and free text books. Those
who will take part in the debate are:
Wm. Cloud, E. F. Cruise, W. W. Mat
thewB, C. F. Davey, It. C. Dimond,
S. W. KlanB, R. O. Walker and J. G.
Cousins. The society opened up last
week with a membership of about
thirty.
W. II. Flynnand Mrs. Lucy Lucken
bill were in Dubuque last week visiting
relatives.
John Cattron came home from Ep
worth Wednesday to remain over Sun
day with his folks.
County Auditor Stetson was calling
on friends here Wednesday.
liert Powell aud Herbert Ham were
initiated into the mysteries of the
Knights of Pythias Tuesday night
Arthur Reeder was home from Hop
kinton over Sunday.
Mrs. Loyd'B chimney burned out last
Tuesday night about eleven o'clock. The
lire bell was rung but It waB not neces
sary as the fire had gone out before
many arrived on tbe scene.
Miss Caro Millen was home from
Epwortb over Suuday.
Saturday morning/ while driving
about town, L. G. Hersey's horse be
came frightened and ran away with
him. As the horse ran around the
town hall corner tbe buggy was over
turned and Mr. Hersey thrown out, but
he only sustained slight injuries. The
horBe was caught before much damage
was done.
The Dixie Concert Jubilee Singers
gave an entertainment in the town hail
on Saturday evening. The concert was
very good and the hall was tilled with
an appreciative audience.
Word has been received from Mr
and MrB. Fred Rush, of DeKalb, III.,
that they are rejoicing over the arrival
of a daughter born last week.
HO?ilJ5XON.
Jos. -Flickeusteiu, who lives near
Wortb'agon, is seriously ill and doubtc
are expressed for hla reeoveiy.
Welter Kile and wife arc the happy
parents of a ten pound boy.
Several of the students took various
examinations at tha college 3aturday.
Mrs. Geno, of Watson, who waa here
In attendence at the funeral of her
brother, Austin Willard, returned home
Monday.
Clinton Kleckner, of Greeley, who
teaches the Sand Spring school, took
the train here for his home Saturday
morniug.
The farm on the county line, known
as the Byrnes place, was acid last week
by Frank Kehoe to James Supple of
Cascade. The price paid was $00 per
acre.
B. H. Keith enjoyed a visit over Sun
day at the home of his slBter, Mrs. M.
L. Coyle, In Centei' Junction. On Tues
day he went to Manchester where he is
the guest of another sister.
Ed. Hickman arrived here this wsak
from North Dakota. He has not been
here for several years, having left in
18U6. Ed is looking rather poorly and
has been suffering from rheumatism
for some time past.
W. H. Thompson, ot Union, was a
pleasant caller last Saturday. He ex
pects to sell bis farm stuff soon ani
will lake up his duties aa manager ot F.
B. Dickey & Co's store. Will Is a
good business man and will be a good
men In that capacity.
Supervisor S. P. Carter, from here,
with the other members ef the board,
Durey and Lindsay, attended the super
visors convention at Amee, January 17
and 18. The supervisors took a trip
out to the Agricultural College and an
joyed themselvee Immensely. Tbe ob
ject of the convention was to consider
road questions and other matters of im
portanoe that come to every board of
supervisors. Mr. Carter hsd the honor
of being chosen vice-president of the
association for the ensuing year, which
honor his friends will duly appelate.
—Leader.
F. B. Thlrkisid, Health luspMter of
Chicago, says, "Kodol Dyspepsia Ouve
cannot be recommended too highly. It
cured me of severe dyspepsia. It di
gests what you eat and curcc indi
gestion, heartburn and all forms af
dyspepsia.—H. C. Smith.
id fie District Court of Iowa, aud for Dtlii
ware Cooetj.DeeeiubarTartu A.D.
ISCt).
In liwiuer o/ ill ft e»
tite of Saub Ma)-VNoUca ol Mual Ko
T!D. Deceived. 1 r.oi
To Jyoa Cloud, Elizabeth Ci peoter. Wu. H,
MaKiu, K. T. MtvlTio. £adle Bell jnauiu, bara
i'el S. lUalflu, UaiioD 0. Malvin, Oban. 1)
Malrlu, PlilUlp S. Salvia, Aon Sk'ouor,
&-/.eullii Skloaer, oil a Skltmer, and all olhei
trliom It limy concern:
You nod each of you are hereby notified (bat
tliere la now on file lu the office ot the clerk o[
the District Court or Delaware i-ouoty,Iowa, tbe
tlnul report ot Wm. H. MalTln and Sjmuel 8.
Malvlo aa executora of tbe estate ot Sarab llal
vln. late of aald Delaware county, riecepwd,
which leoort atntes that aald estate baa been
fully settled and aska for tbe approval ot tbe
same and that the aald executors and tbelriura-'
lies be dlscbarRed and released.
And, unless you appear and make objections
thereto on or before noon ot tbe second dav of
tbe February term. 1900, of said court, wutch
will convene snd be beld at Manchester, said
county, on the 12th day ot February, 1SC0. said
estate will be adjudged settled, said report ap
proved, and said executors and their turef
released and dlbcharged.
ERONSON 1 CAKE. I
.*•1 Atto-ceyi for Katnte
J. I. ttevry, Loganton, Pa., wrllsa, "1
am willing to take mv oath that I WM
cured of pneumonia entirely by the use
of One Minute Cough Cur* after
doctors failed. It also cured waf child
ren of whooping cough." Quickly re
lieves and cures coughs, eolds, croup,
grippe and throat and lung troubles.
Children like it. Mothers endorse It.—
H.C. Smith.
An Ideal Health
and Winter Resort.
The passenger department of the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad company bave Just from the hands
of the printer a beautliully illustrated foliler
that describes In detail the advantages of Ham
mond, Louisiana, aa an Ideal health and winter
resort. Every family throughout tbe northwest
and especially &U persons who aro In any wav
anilcted with asthmatic, catarrhal andbrciw-hlal
troubles, or who would enjoy tbe winter utoutha
south at a nominal expense should have a oopy
of this folder, which will be mailed fret. ap
plication to tbe undersliiued at Duburit o, Iowa.
J. F.MKBK.,
4w6 Asst. Qen'l Pas*. Ast.
S. A. STEADMAN
DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles. Whips,
Robes and Blankets.
50 set of light and heavy harness
for the spring trade:
The Best
iurm harness on the market
$28.00.
This price is for CASH.
Come in and look over my large
stock of harness before buying. I
can save you money.
Respectfully yours,
S. A. STEADMAN
BEING
HELD UP
Tbe person who pays his money out for
poor lumber is in & worse situation
than the one who hands it over to the
footpud. A grayer injury has boon
do** him than the more loss of money
represents. Be sure you invest your
money at tho right lumber yard. To
make assurance doubly sure coxne to the
Holta liber Co
SSitSS
Is
5"
}!$•"
Si
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NEW LINE
,.V ,w._.
latest statiouery
Of the
received.
Blank Books, Bill
Files, IJiaries, etc.
S
mm
Files, Letter
Start the New Year right and
keep books. .fysEsaBSKw
Come in and see what we have.
ANDERS & PHI LI PP.
CintralPharmacy
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psta«
v,
ARE
HOW
YOUR FEET
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Rubber Qoods.
NORTH
END
DRUGGISTS.
A. L. SEVERTSON,
IMF TAILOR.
how, that we would like tdis
poae of to make room.' for more
that will soon be'here. You know
what kind of coal we carry, and
that we are always honest and re
liable. We aell at lowest market
price, end are able to do this be
cause we buy largely. Order now
before the pricea go up.
Tickets Xuclude All Expenses Every
where. All railway, Bteamer and sleep
ing-car fares, meals and berths on
steamers, meala on dining car, hotel
bills In New York and Puerto Bico, all
transfer*, carriage rldea in tho cities
and through the Island, guides and
Interpreters are included in tbe tickets.
There are no extras.
Tours are under the direction of
Beau Campbell, General Manager, A.
T. A., 1423 Marquette Building, Chica
gof
Itineraries, Maps and Tickets can be
had on application to tbe Agents of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul B'y.
2w5.
Chimneys Gleaned.
I luiro KOt a patent dtivlKO (or clcaiilnK lilm
noys. If you want yours cltianod luavo ordurti
for me at Hptli Brown's or (traltam & Son's. I
also doall kinds of luason work and white wash
ing, build chimneys and cisterns and do repairs.
All work warranted to Ktve satisfaction.
8tf JOHN T0W8I.KK.
(}. H. Appleton, Justice of Peace,
Clarksburg, N. J., Bays, "DeWitt's Lit
tie Early Risers are Ibe best pills made
for constipation. We use no others."
Quickly cure all liver and h»wl
troubles,—H. Q. Smith.
"'.'I.--
v'MU
NIGHTS? They will
warm
We Iwve all sizes and quantities at
reasonable prices. All kinds of
be
if you use
a
HOT,
WATER BOTTLE.
GROGG &
WARD.
MMHMHMMMMMM
"ARTISTIC TAILORING~
My winter goods are here, and those desiring suits and
overcoats up-to-date should not fall to call and examine
my stock. My goods are tbe best on the market and
prices to suit the times. Suits, 818.00 up overcoats,
(18.00 pants, $5.00 up. Remember, these are made in
my shop. Ynu get tbe latest st-le and lit and best of
workmanship, at A. L. SEVERTSON'S, the ARTISTIC
TAILOR.
This Coupon is
Worth $5, Cut it
out and Hand
to Dr. F. Geo.
ClirlC Wh» will
vuris,
I Wttkett Ma (Ml wMmt lu Knlft has created a frnt itlr In tfc* medical
I Catarrh MMCwlM readily to Dr. Curts' wonderful treatment. If you ira blind,
4e«f er hava aye #r mt teeuble ar eatarrh visit Dr. Curts and be treated. Thoaa- I
1 ^^1 II^CI\ ands of patient) from all over the country treated enry
1 11 II month, without pain, Inconvenience or detanttoa from
^1* business. You hava
I bctltleef*. Crf ipea OR.
Bulldlag, DUBUQUE, IOWA.
delayed
!«Tnf*WTnf»nf*irfKrirrww
We Have Coal
for
Stlf
On Hand
if
saw
MANCHESTER LUMBER CO
PHONE 156.
Tour of Puerto Bico.
The American Tourist Association
announces two toura of the beautiful
island of i'uerto Bico under escort of
Mr. Walter Boyd Towneend, the well
known artist and traveler, through and
around tbe Island by rail, carriage,
automobile and boat.
Special Pullman Cars leave Chicago
Thursday, February 15, and Thursday,
March 8, at 12 noon, connecting with
the spendid new steamships I'once and
San Juan tailing from Mew
second day following.
Size dosen't indicate quality. Be
ware of counterfeit and worthless salve
offered for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,
DeWitt's is the only original. An in
fallible cure for piles and all skin
diseases.—H. C. Smith.
Help the Oauae.
There has never been a political cam
paign that will equal in importance
that of tbe one to be fought next year.
The republican party, backed by the
ana money power of this country and
L~ork Europe, is alert and aggressive. Flush
*d with the victory of three years ago
it will seek by every means in Its power
to maintain its supremacy.
Democrats must be up and doing.
They must wage an unceasing war up
on their enemies. In no better and
more effective way can this be done
than by the circulation of good, aouud.
democratic newspapers. The publisher
of the Chicago Dispatch, the great nati
onal democratic weekly, will send to
every new subscriber for three months
a copy of tbe Chicago Dispatch for ten
cents. If you are not already taking
the great political weekly, send in ten
cents at once. You should not only do
this yourself, but you should Induce all
your friends to join with you. By a
little effort you can easily raise a club
of ten or twenty subscribers.
The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by
William Jennings Bryan and other
democratic leaders.
Address The Chicago Dispatch,
120 and 122 Fifth Avenue,
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Tbe modern and most effective cure
for constipation and all liver troubles—
tbe famous little pills known aa De
Witt's Little Early Biuers.—H.
Smith.
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Abbott's Almond Lotion is -fation that heals
faster than winds can roughen,*^* neglectcd, face and
hands can hardly keep from chapping and roughening in
cold, raw weather.
They can't keep from being smooth if you
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sorbed. For the same reason, there's no
grease or stickiness to annoy. Daintily
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earnestly solicited. The wajon will collect arid
deliver bundles regularly. Orders may be left at the postoffice
newstand. Give me a share of your work.
FRED ELLIS,
QIVE US A TRIAL PROPRIETOR
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BODY AT THE
STORE
We carry four brands—the ACME and ECLIPSE are
jjf great flour. The RACKET STORE SPECIAL IS THE
BEST.
QET OUR PRICES!
The Racket store.
Goods delivered to any part o( the city.
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All Cast Iron.
Rusting Out.
No
Burnst
Fuel.
all kinds of
Ashes can be removed
iby lifting the grate.
Geo. S. Lister.
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