Mib. Geo. Seward who has been on
the sick list is somewhat improved at
L)r. I'arker of Karlville, was here
the past week looking up the insurance
11. llilton moved into the.1.Zemanek
Mr. Dunning of Masonville, ia load
tig a car.here for Oklahoma where he is
The Mystic Toilers held a meeting
Tuesday night and iuvltated ten new
The basket tociai which was held at
the residence of ]?. Zemanek Friday
eveuing for the oeuelit of the Spring
school library was well attended and
was a success socially and linancially*
Fred Kleinsorge was a Manchester
business visitor Friday.
Some of our M. W. A. attended camp
at Thorpe Saturday evening.
J. S. Gilbert our genial assessor is
taking advantage of the good sleigh
ing to make his canvass.
The Ai. W. A. held a meeting Satur
day evening and innitiated a member.
D. J. Keuna had a "bee" Saturday,
hauling wood to ilasonville.
J, lJuart of Strawberry l'oitit was
here on busings Friday.
The question now is who sent thai
Wedding bellB are ringing all around
us this week.
Alex. Duncan, of ltyan, was through
these parts Wednesday as agent for a
wall paper Qrm in Chicago.
The Misses iiattie and Mamie Locke
were calling on JEd l'ound and children
(n Ryan Saturday.
Mr. Powell of Karlville, was here on
Our assessor Frank Hill was making
Louis Smith from MasonriHe, was
visiting friends here last week.
We understood that Mr and Mrs.
Olle Thomas will make California their
Walter Locke and family visited
with relatives here'Sunday.
Thomas Uunlap is very sick at bis
home in llazel Gteen, with pneumonia.
Some of our young folks attended
the dance at Xtyan Friday night, it be
ing the lubt dance of the season^before
Isaac Sheppard was a caller here Fri
H. D. AUrlch'a mother is viBiting
relatives at Coggon'thls week.
AUb. L'at Flaunagan visited relatives
at the Day Sunday.
Mr. Gould, of JSnriville, spent last
"eek at the home of bis son, Ancil
Mr. John Muirehiil solda horse last
Friday. Consideration $100.
Mr. Ed Annis visited friends at
Silver Creek last Friday.
Mr. aod Mrs. John McElroy spent
Thursday at the home ot their daughter
Mrs. Win. Deckar, at Wlnthrop.
Mr. Dan Ikophj delivered a car load
of oatB in Masonville, last week.
Quite a number of our young people
attended a valentine part Thursday
eveuing at the home of Mr. David Ken
Miss Delia iiaennig is visiting
friends at Placid, Iowa.
Mrs. J. C. Crowley and daughter,
Anna spent part of last week at the
home of Mr. John Mulvehill.
Mr.'J. J. Welch visited friends in Du
buque last week.
Mr. Ed Lyness called on friends at
ltyan Sunday evening.
Xlev. Murtagh of Marshalltown, call
ed on friends here Thursday.
Mr. M. Orvis, of Manchester, called
on friends in this vicinity TaeBday.
Mr. Joseph Iiaennig made a business
call on Karlville Tuesday.
Masquerade ball here Feb. 22.
K. N. A. public social in I. O. O.
hall February 1G.
Twenty-two I. O. O. F. of Lamont,
drove oyer to Winthrop Wednesday
evening February 13 to institute
there with 42 charter member.
The Lamont Women's club will meet
with Mrs. Sarah Sllter February 22 p.
m. a good program is assured.
The Misses Mable and Maude
fiaucher, and Tena Smith, of Lamont,
attended the Stanley masquerade ball
Mr. and Mrs. Or. Stimson and Mrs.
-Benedict came down from Stanley to
spend Sunday, February 17, attending
the llevival meetings here.
A. 15. J5rown was on the sick list last
Mrs. Maude McCllntock, of Inde
pendence, spent last week visiting her
parental home and many friends in La
Mrs. C. U. Flaucher and little Vera
visited their Waterloo friends last
Geo. Hracber attended the retail
Lumberman^ Association in Dubuque,
last week, visiting his brother John,
while there, from there be went to
visit the J. il.Sceutte family at 1'in
vgrt-e Cirovo, Illinois. From there he
will go to New Orleans sightseeing and
Herman Erke attended the lletail
Lumbermen's Association in Dubuque
Thos. Rogers our up-to-date hard
are dealer attended the Iowa lletail
Hardware Merchants Association In
Dubuque last week and while there
was entertained at llie Julien Hotel by
his former employer at Miles, Iowa.
Tom's friends both old and new are
always glad to seo him.
Mesdames Uoyal and Frank Sharpe
went to Edrlviile Wednesday February
13 to visit in their respective parental
"The Stations of the CrosB" a set
composed of 11 flue large paintings of
Christ will be erected according to the
llitual of the Catholic church here in
the Lamont Catholic church February
20, a lecture i\ill bs given also by liev.
W. E. Dougherty, of Waverly, and a
fine musical program in the church
February 20. Everybody Invited.
C. N. Bennett has a wheel lose in his
head—why he has gotten it into his
gray head that he wants to sell Jhie
farm, and with his wife and daughter,
move to either Washington or. Oregon.
We hope no one will buy' We refuse
to let any more good people leave but
there are a few we will really like to
The Revivalmeetings are doing great
work here. Many are turning to
G.F. Durham was oil the sick list
T. W. Jenny spent Monday in Oel
wein, visting two aunts from abroad at
his fatner's house,
Oscar llond, of Nebraslu, is here
visiting the Thompson and Hrigham
families, he being a i-rother-in-law.
Win. llule is on the sick list.
Attorney 1''. H. Utt, of Dyersville,
was noticed here list Sunday.
A bright girl exhilarates the home of
Mr. and Mrs. II y, Saasen. Good Luck,
Mr. Herman Kruse in busy hauling
corn to market.
Last Wednesday Feb. 13, Mr. Her
man WestboR and MIsb Anna Geris
kempvr were nultni to th holy bonda
of wedlock. Rev. Father Itottier tied
the nuptial knot. The Democrat joins
in wishing them a long and prosperous
life in their new relation. A reception
was held at the home of the bride's
parents, who resida about two miles
Boutb of town. All that were prascnt
reported a good time.
Mr. Clem Kramer, of Hlxson Settle
ment, was a pleasant caller last Wed
Some of the folks attended the Kram
er-Klostermann wedding at Dyersville
Mr. Frank Krense will work for
Herst Scherbring the coming year.
Remember it is Lent. The time to
MessrB. L. L. and Jas. Rolfes tran
sacted business in Dyersville Wednes
day and Thursday.
Dr. Sumpmann of Dyersville, passed
through here last week Wednesday.
Lots of snow.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. l'orter attended
church at Delhi Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rimmer visited
friends here Sunday.
Will Pelton and family spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mri. Bartscbe.
The men around here are having fun
bunting foxes. Since the snow came
foxes are plenty.
Mr. Franks has the mumps.
John Meister, liyron Smith and
mother, and Mrs. James were Delhi
Roy Emgrew has gone to work for
Mr Armstrong was doing business
in Delhi Tuesday of last week.
Jim Smith is able to be about In the
house after a long sickness with the
The wood choppers that come from
Delhi are quite plenty.
Mr. Hursty will move on his new
farm, which he and John Hartman
bought of Mr. Clark, March lit. It Is
known as the old Clark farm.
Miss Fronnie Furman and Mrs. Geo.
Furman were Delhi visitors Wednes
Joe Downs and family will move to
Hopkinton this coming week, where
they are going to engage In farming.
We will miss them very much.
Mrs. Conner bad to kill a flue cow
that was bitten by a strange dog, which
pissed through here about seven weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Bartsche were Man
chester callers Wednesday.
Ed. Muiion is sawing wood for A.
Dr. Winnard and wife, of Warsaw,
were guests at the Winnard home last
Mrs. Chris Rehmann is helping care
for a sick friend at Delaware, this
Dave Grove is bare visiting bis father
in-law, A. A. Strong, who is quite sick.
James Wilson Is quite sick, and has
been under the doctor's care for the
past two weeks.
Byron Bronson, for a number of
years on employe of tbe Democrat, has
purchased.an interest In tbe Strawberry
Point Mail-Press and is to take Im
mediate charge. There is room for
considerable improvement on tho paper
and the new proprleter will surely get
out a better paper as the town deserves
It and can support it.
Friday, Ed Corell was removed to the
German Hospital at Kansas City. He
was accompanied by his wife, F. M.
Hilsenbeck and V. E, Dow. The
patient stood the trip remarkably well,
and when we left him at 11 o'clock Sat
urday, he seemed to be stronger and
brighter than we have Been him In a
long time, and wa left with great, and
we think a well fonnded, hope that it
won't be long until Ed comes back to
us, a comparatively well man.—Home
li. li. wheeless baa forwarded a
petition to be appointed aa agent for
U. S. express business hero.
The water works question is again
revived in a desultory way, but it will
doubtless take another lira or two to
get action on the proposition.
John Dufor, who has been at Cedar
Rapids, Neb., for a good many years,
arrived here yesterday and will make it
his borne. He has rented the farm
formerly owned by Olaf Peterson.
Hopkinton Is having an exhibition of
the nerve and resources ot a corpora
tion, and It is decidedly aggravating
and unploasant. Tuesday night tbe
United States express company packed
up its ollico paraphernalia and moved
It bag and baggage out of town. The
reason for this step is not that tbe com
pany has not been having a good bust
neBs, for it has been liberally patron
fzed, but because it Is engaged In a
triangular dispute betwe'en itself and
the agent and the railroad company and
takes this rneanB to work its vengance.
At noon todar occurred the marriage
of MisB Clara Beitz and Rudoff Kragen
brink, the ceremony being performed
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Beitz, in the presence
of a number of invited friends and rela
tives. The contracting parties are
sterling young people who will be
heartily congratulated upon their
union, and none bnt good wishes from
a hoit ot friends will follow them.
FrlendB of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen De
Bhaw arranged a surprise on them last
Saturday, the occasion for It being the
25th anniversary of their marriage.
About twenty-flve were present, includ
ing several from Hopkinton, and as a
memento of the visit the company
presented Mrs. Deshaw with a apt of
china ware. C. K. Merriam acted as
spokesman, the recipients acknowledg
ing the favor to the bttst of thc.ir ability
undor the circnniRtances. A wedding
dinner was not the least tf Ihe good
things prepared lor this event, and
those present decided that the enjoy
ment was worth repeating at tbe end of
another quarter of a century.
The Morgan livery barn web burned
to the ground Tuesday night, together
with all its content?, including the
entire livery stock owned by A. B.
Waters who recently bought out Mr.
Morgan's interests. The lire was dis
covered about half-past eleven o'clock
and was under such headway that it
wao impossible to rescue.any of tbe an
imals or vehicles in the barn. In leBB
than a half hour from the time ot the
discovery of the (limes the structure
was in ruinB, and the burning carcases
of twelve horses filled tho air with an
unsavory odor. The origin of the lire
iBa mystery that will never be solved.
Tbe tottl loss will amount to nearly
83,000, there being no salvage. Air.
Waters' lost on the livery slock, grain
etc., is fully 81500, with an insurance
of 81100. The barn wa9 owned by C. O.
Morgan and was insured for 8809
Peter S. Wood, south of town, wbb
badly kicked by a horse Tuesday, bo we
A couple of gentlemen, members of
the Salvation Army, were in Coggon
last Friday soliciting aid for that organ
Tbe Coggon schools are preparing a
program to be rendered in the opera
bouse on the evening of February 22,
Will Bersley, who has been soldiering
In the Philippine Islands, arrived home
the latter part of last week. He Is a
brother of Walter Bersley west of town.
Geo. Andrews, who lives west of
town, was badly kicked by a horse a
few days ago. He received tho blow
on his neck, and it required several
stitches to close up the wound.
Henrietta Blanch was born in New
Tork City, December 23rd, 1825, and
died in Coggon of pneumonia Febru
ary 7th, at 8:55 p. m., having reached
the advanced age of 75 years, 1 month
and 15 days.
It is characteristic of the Coggon
people to always be doing little acts of
kindness, in one way and another.
Never is there a subscription paper cir
culated for a charitable purpose but
what the people are ready to respond,
and the worthy needy are not allowed
to come to want. This time it was Mr.
and Mrs. Datamus McElwain, who
were the recipients of a frse will offer
ing which was tendered them on Wed
nesday, February Bth, the date of their
50th wedding anniversary, given by
different ones in sums of 5 cts. or
more, the total amounting to 88.45.
Last- Thursday Miss Pearl Sites,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sites,
of Prairie township, and Mr. Earl Turn
er of this city were united In marriage
at the residence of the bride's parentst
Rev. Taylor ofliciating. The young
people will soon be at home on the!1
farm in Prairie township, We extend
A sociable for the benefit of the Sand
Creek M. E. church was held at the
home of D. Kennedy last Thursday
evening. The net receipts were over
eighteen dollars. It was a very enjoy
If everything happens that is planned
In your city to come off next June t£e'
rising generation will have something
to talk about. During that month
Judge Seeds will come home one of
Dr. Dittmer'B Sunday Schopl officers
will take a lay off one of your muBic
merchants will go to Chicago for a
pleasure trip one of the teachers in
your school will abandon the profes
sion a young banker will ask for a
leave of absence, and a young man
somswbat Identified with the milling
business will go to Minneapolis,- not
solitary and alone, but In good company.
Charles Reeves died at 4 home in
Manchester last Thursday. He became
a resident of Prairie township ajjout
thirty years ago and resided there until
about two years ago, when his health
falling he removed to Manchester. He
was an upright, honest, industrious
man. lie leaves surviving a widow,
one daughter and three sons Tbe fu
neral services were held Saturday after
noon at the U. B. church, Rev. Harn
Isb preaching tbe funeral discourse.
Will Stoner, of Edgewpod, visited In
D. J. PariB was down from Delaware
George Stoue, of Manchester, has
rented O. F. Fleming's farm this year.
Guy Smith worked in the depot at
Davenport last week.
Will Allison, of DeSotij, Iowa, iB
Mr. and Mtb. Eversole, of Winthrop,
visited at the poor farm Wednesday.
Mrs. Ira Height it on the sick list.
R. H. Bowman has Bold bis drug
stock to E. R. Johnson, of Lake City.
They are busy invoicing and Mr John
son will take possession and move bis
family here at once.
Mrs, C. 1), Stone aud llarlan visited
last week at Galena, Illinois.
About twenty five young people at
tended church here Sunday evening.
The M. li. Society meets at Mrs
FraBer'e Wednesday afternoon, Feluu
Mr. and Mrs. ltuece Merrick weje
over from Eariviile Monday.
Mr, and Mrs. Luke Connolly are the'
parents of a bright boy baby, bom list
A. A. House transacted business in
Cedar Rapids Saturday,
J. II. Stoecker, of Garrison, lovya, is
In town trying to organize a Modem
Several members of Silver Lake Ite
bekab Lodge attended lodge at Greeley
last Wednetday evening.
Mrs. Ben McKee, of Marion, is visit
ing relatives in town.
Ave Jamison has moved into the
R. V. Lucas, editor of the Phoenix,
was in town Friday.
Paul Oehier has moved into part
Mrs. Doolittle's bouse on the hill.
Miss Minnie Strickland, of Galena, is
visiting in town.
Thursday, February 14th, at the home
of tho bride occurred the marriage of
Rudolf KrijfiTibrink »nd Miss Clara
Bietz, Rev. Salisbury ofliciating. About:
one hundred guests were present and
all joined in wishing th') yo'ing couple
many happy years together.
John Pierce is moving Ihis wei-k from
the Dutton to the Bailey farm.
Will Allison is here from IVSota,
The young peeplo er lyed a Valen
tine party at the home of MIsb May
Smith on Thursday evening.
Rev. Leamon and Burdeite linrring
ton were in town Saturday.
Miss Gail Gustofsoa is visiting: in Ce
The Election held Friday to decide as
to whether Ryan should be incorporat
ed or not resulted in a vote of forty five
for and forty two against the proposi
tion. Ninety one votes were cast iu a'l,
four of tbe ballots wore not properly
irked and were thrown out.
Duffy, of Marion, was calling on
friends here Saturday.
Miss Agnes McCaffrey who is tench
ing school on tho Buffalo spent Sunday
aa the guest of Miss Neliie Kearney.
Moode Ruff, of Ilazsigreen.was trans
acting business here Saturday.
Mrs. Casey, of Monti, suffered a stroke
of paralysis Sunday and small hnpcBare
entertained for her recovery.
Mrs. Patrick Behan has been ill the
past week with pneumonia. At this
writing she is somewhat improved.
Miss Rosie Smith and Mr. Wm.
Keheli were married at Betmond church
Wednesday, Rev. P. II. Ryan ofliciating.
After the ceremony the party repaired
to tbe home of the bride's mother where
numerous friends awaited them and tbe
d& and evening were spent In feasting
and merry-making. The happy couple
will reside on the Geo. Walkup farm
which the groom recently purchased.
Wm. Duffy and wife, of Willow
Grove, were the guests of John Dolphin
and family Sunday.
W. J. Magirl and wife visited the lat
ter's parents near Eikport Thursday.
Dennis Coleman, one of tbe oldeBt
settlers in AdamB townBhip, passed
away at his home on the Buffalo Satur
Mrs. Martin Mangerlch came up
from Wortbington the latter part of
last week on a visit to her daughters,
Mrs. John Krlebs and Miss Mary Man
gericb. She returned home Tuea
Will Cook went to Manchester last
Monday morning and from there he
went out to tbe home of hia uncle,
George Eiehncher,south westof that city,
to attend a sale. Mr. Eichacher will
soon move down near Eariviile.
John Boeckenstedt, son of Mr. and
MrB. Arnold Boeckenstedt, who has
bead quite seriously ill tbe past two
weeks with malaria fever, is now im
proving fast and will be around again
in a short time, news which hisnnany
friends will be pleased to hear.
On Tuesday morning, February 12,
at St. Boniface church at New Vienna,
occurred the marriage of Bernard Boge
and Miss.Gertrude Gerken, Rev. Father
Pape officiating. Following the cere
mony at the church a reception was
held at the home of tbe bride to which a
large number of invited guests as
sembled. The bride Is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F.-X, Gerken, of New Vi
enna, and' is an accomplished young
lady. The groom ia.f .son of Bernard
Boge, sr., who lives. eaBt of this city,
and .is an upright and industrious young
farmer. The70Ung couple came to Dy
ersville and departed via the Illinois
Central for the east, where they will
spend a short honeymoon.
Ignatz Kramer and Miss Anna Klos
termannXvpre united in marriage at St.
in this city on WedneB
day.morning, February 13, at 9 o'clock
by Rev.Fatber Heer. The bride was at
tended by her sister, MIbb Katie KlOBter
mann as bridesmaid and tbe grooms
man. waB John Kramer, a brother of the
groom. Following the services at the
church a weeding breakfast was served
at tbe bride's home east of town and
the day was passed very pleasantly
with various games, quite a large num
ber of invited guefits being present:
Tbe bride is a daughter of'Mr..and Mrs.
Casper Klostermann and has lived in
thlB vicinity all her life, during .which
time she has won a large number of
friends vrho hold.her in the highest re
speot. Tbe groopl is a young farmer
living in the vicinity of HickoryJValley
and is a-worthy young man. They
are a popular young couple, a fact fully
demgnstrated'by the large number of
presents received by them. They will go
to farming in this vicinity.—News-Let
Tho?. Parkinson is in Manchester
serving on the grand jury. Wm. Golds
worthy, of Greeley, Ib working for ,hlm
Frank Taylor's family are having
quite a siege of the mumps. Mrs.
Taylor and three of the boys have them
A merry Bleigh-load went from here
to Edgewood Tuesday evening to at
tend tbe ..jVVoodmen dance at that
Geo. Parkinson _uow. oalli .himBelf
Ada Croyle is working for Mre.
Lash. H. 4?"' -.V-
Mrn. Armstrong and I'usrdaugbter-in
Iaw, Mrs.'T. B. Armstrong, of Greeley,
paid viBit to the county-seut last
Will l''rentres8.is reported on the sick
Mrs. Oscar porhiaO, of Manchester,
and ber Bister, Katie ll.uLiije.il, visited at
Mr. Fowler's last Saturday.
A young-Bon has'arrived at Jesse
An accident befell Mr. Palmer last
Friday, which might have proven more
serious-thau it did, hud It dot been for
the-deep-snow. He w»b hauling a
heavy load of wood down a hill when
one runner of the sled struck a log part
ly hidden by the snow, which caused
the load to tip over, falling on Mr.
Palmer. When he was finally extract
ed from the heap It was found that one
arm was broken in two places. Mr.
Palmer lives on James Clugston's
Rev. Hubbell preached to quite a I
large audience list Sunday at the Fitch
Some one not inlerfstfii In revival
meeting Btole a set of rlLgs nil'
J. M. Retlierford's harness SumHiy
night while he wtia nt churc!.
voser broL^-pi- Hnd tht^r tii)illis a:
tended the fiiiioral "I It lnlpti Mu» r'n
little son at Wood let ^mi'iin. •. .v
ed died from lnj uii.'n i»oivc.i !, a
horse kicking li-ni.
The Kai's Grove A, S. in-t iv r!i
Mrs. Hutti* Sackclr list liir..|,v
A sister of Air", .lake Mos^r, w11 .it'
she had not seen tor lwdlv ye*ri, ar
rived from Ohio last Saturday visU
relatives and old friends.
Sam Way Bays he will kiduap th«
Drat yomig man that he liwU an'in jltisr
on his front yard gite.
We learn that Mrs Julia Eaton has
sold her farm to Arthur Hraert of Edge
wood. It is to he inferred from this
that the Professor will lay. aside the
epeillmt-book and ferrule ami don the
The Maid was in the
hanging out the clothes and S
met with a most unpleasant ac
cident. VYhy not send your
clothes to the Manchester
Steam Laundry to be laundried
and this save alt trouble at o*
nome? You can get better
•work for less money at a first
class laundry than you can in
any other way. Clothes called
for and delivered promptly.
you, and what excellent bargains we have to offer.
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Charlie Eaton will work for his
brother Tim this season and his ll.'
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Millions of peop are familiar
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stationery. Pens, pencils, inks, mucilage, crayon, erasers,
etc. If there is anything new in the market, we have it.
If you seek highest quality for smallest price, you'll find it
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W. A- Abbott,
does your washing with half the labor, and
does it better there is no use in the world lor any other soap.
T. N. ARNOLD.
If Any Body Should Ask You
what i\our»la the most popular with the honsbwhros of Manohrster,
la ware Count what would you
You would say Quaker Mill Flour, courso. Because there is more
of that kind used in Manoh 1 tar, or Dalawara County than all the
other brands put together and we've got the credentials to prove it.
are beginning to realize that the products of their home mill cannot
be surpass'eii bj any mill in tbe world. That's why Quaker Mill Flour
is so popular
Don't Let Any One
make you believe ihe Inferior stuff he ships in is worth 15 or 20 cents a
eaok mere than the flour made by us. Buy a sack ol "QUAKER"
flour and jet a towel tree. It eoets no more than our other high grades.
OUAKER MILL COMPANY
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