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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
clyea to collections.
GREATEST MONEY SAVING
Our Large Stock
SHOE SALE
We keep our store free from old stock by clos- 'Y'
ing out at the end of each season alt goods re
gardless of their value. .i
If you need a pair of shoes it will psy you to buy"'
tliem at this sale.
of
Ladies
All Our Ladies
1 WB FIT THE FBET. MANCHESTER. IOWA.
Our Business Directory.
ATTORNKYft.
W. MflTHAII. W. «. SOBBtS
DUNHAM, NORRI8 8TILM
4 TTORNEYS AT LAW AND NOTARIES
A. PubMo. Special attentions
lven to Collec
tions Inauranoe.Rcal Estate and Loan Arts.
3fflee in City Ball Block, Manchester, la.
0, YOIUM. H. F. Arkold. H.J, YORAW
VORAN. ARNOLD YORAN
ATTORNEYS at LAW. and Real Estate
A Agents. Offloeover Delaware County State
Bank/Manchester, Iowa.
a X. Bftomo*. K. M.
RRID I. BLAIR.
tTIOSNKY Offleetri the City HaU
low*.
PHYSIOIAN9.
A. J. WARD.
PHYSICIAN and Sturgeon. will attend to calls
jl promptly at all hours of the day or olght,
basaont, Iowa.
J. J. LINDSAY, M. D„
PHYSICIAN,
surgeon and Era Specialist.
Office hoars (or eye eases and fl&tog glasses
1:00 fe 8:00 P.m. Office coiner Main ana Frank
lin
H. H. LAWRBNCB.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Speoltl at
teotlonglven diseases of children. Have
also made a special study of Gyneooology,
3bstetrloa, and Beotal Diseases. All chronic
diseases suooeesfully treated with the aid of
various Thermal and Massage treatment. All
chronics aolloltod. Consultation free, O&oe
over Wort's market. All calls promptly at
tended, Reeldenoe on Main street, the old Dr.
Uelsey property.
OSTBOPATHIO PHYSICIAN,
H. MoQbb. D. O. Osteopathy Is a
J. .system of treating diseases wllhouttheuse
of drugs. For Information call or write. La
Qkippbis successfully treated. Office over
Uregg ft Ward's Drug store.
D1NTIBTB.
O.A.DUNHAM D. D.».
riENTlSVS. Office over Garhart A Adams'
hardware store, Franklin St. Manchester,
Iowa.
C. W. DORMAN.
\ENT18T. Offloe on Franklin Street, north
of the Globe Hotel, Manchester, Iowa.
Dental Surgery In all lis branches. Makes
raquent Tints to neighboring towns. Always
at offloe on Saturdays.
15
C.L. LBIGH.D.D.S,
Office over Ander Fhlllpp's Jrug
1 tore Corner Main and Franklin streets,
a^^wester Iowa. Telephone 185. 17IC
m. NBWOOMB.
.BNTIBT. Office over Clark A Lawrence's
store ou Franklin street. Crown
ortdge work a specialty. Will meet patients at
Farley. Wednesday of each week. utf
VETERINARIAN.
DR. J. W. SCOTT.
VETERINARY Surgeon, and Dentist. Omce
in B. O. ttmlthVbrug Store, Main Ht. At
alsht can bo found at room, mar Ralph Con
•er'. Store.
Wf
MANUPAOTURINO.
ANOH9STER MARBLE WORKS
8 prepared to furnish Granite and Marblo
-1 Monuments and Head Stones of yarious de-
Bare ihe county right for Slpe's Pat
... also dealer Hi Iron Fenoes,
llpoai
•tt O
rave Coveri
1U aeet all competition 9UM.
OUY
WM. MCINTOSH.
«T. N. Rot if to*. J. F. MOEWUI.
BOYNTON. MoBWBN.
U7ATOHHAKERS, Jewelers and Engravers
W dealers in Watehw, Clocks, silver and
PlatedWare, Fin. ewelry.Bpeotaolea, Cutlery,
Muslwl Instrumsnta, etc., Main street.
A. D, BROWN,
ealer In furniture etc.. and
Main Street.
undertaker,
P. WBRKMBI8TBR,
KNBHAL DEALER IN FURNITXJRB,
I Coffins. Ploture Frames, Etc. A oomplete
mook 6f Furniture and Upholstery always on
hand, at prloes that defy competition. A good
Hearse kept for attendance at funerals. Earl
rllle, Iowa.
ALLEN to STOREY.
C/i
LOl'tilNG and Gents furnishing goods. Oor
our Main «nd .Frankllh streets.
L. He STOUT*
«LOTHlNG and Gents furnlitng goods.
O city llall Block, Franklin Street.
HIODBLLACOM
GOODS, Carpets, Millinery, Hats and
Oaps, Boots and shoes, etc., Main 8t.,
tfanohester, Iowa.
RAOKBT 6TORE.
rv BY GOODS Clothing, Hats, CapSj
Shoes, notions, etc.
street south ot Main.
sinus, WH|n, Boots
West side Franklin
A. THORPE.
Pder
roprietor op kalamity's pldn
Store and Dealer In Clothing. Boot.,
Hhoes. Notion., eto. Mannlo Block Manchc
ter, Iowa.
ORASSFIELO BROS
(8ucce.Mra to Beth Brown.)
AND SHOES of all Kiadei and price.,
Work and Repairing given special
8tore In Olty HaU Block.
cuitbm Worn and ye]
Mention.
QEO. S. LISTBH.
IXARDWARE. STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
XX kmps a flrat-claaa tlnnnr and doea all
.lnda of repairing with neatnau and dispatch,
Itgn opposite nnt National Bank, Main Bt.
Mai
BMTBKSD AT THE POftTOTnOI AT
XARCUfTiR.
Iowa,
as
$3 00
Alt sizes ami width's—-SALEPRICE
$2 50
All Our Men's IJigh Grade
Fine Dress Shoes.—ONLY
The Best
$3 00
Bkcokx-Clasb
WE HAVE EVER MADE.
Shoes.
Shoes
SALE PRICK.
Men's Shoes
on
tile market.—SALE
rNSORK TOUR PROPERTY unlnll srclonM
1 andtornadoe. In th. old reliable Phoenix
Inaaranc Co., BRONSOK OARS, Atenli.
HOLLIBTRR LUMBER CO.
UMBBR «nd .11 fclnd. or bunding mM.ii.1.,
Poata.nd Oo.l. Corner of Dol.w.r.
M.dfson street.
THO»,1. CARKEBK.
A ROHITBCT AND BUILDING SUPERIN
TENDENT, B. K. Cor. 8th ind H.ln St.,
Oubnaue, low.
BCHARLES, THB TAILOK.
If EROBANT TAILOR and tienti Furnl.il.
lu.lng Good., llradle? 6 Bberman bldi., Xan
chuter, Iowa.
Garb.
BRONSON CARR.
Special attention
_JBoe in Democrat
I, Franklin Street, Manchester, Iowa,
HAKRY STEWART..
DBALERIn
QUAKER MILL CO.
inLOUR and Feed, Hanufaoturera or the eeie*
1
bratMl White Satin and Whit. Pearl Flour.
ORBOa WARD.
T\rt»|lst8 and dealera In faints, Olla, WaU
r/.nklffr 5i«0,"ri
Xarir.
$2.50
$2.15
$2 50
Shoes
$2.20
PRICE.
SRASSFIELD BROS.
$2.75
Groeorte., Piovlalon.. FrulU.eto,
Franklin Stmt, Muicbeiter, Iowa.
CAL. ATKINSON.
DBALBR
In Groeerie., ProTtilou.
FrulU, Me.
Itlaionlc Block, Manchcler.
Iowa.
WM. DENNIS.
nARPKNTER, CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER,
I am now prsparad to do all work In my
lln.
ln a good »nd workmanlike
manner. Satla'
laotlon gnarantMd. Plana aud estimate, rur
alahed. Work taken In town or oountrr. Bhos
new th. stand tow.r on WeSt Sid. of flyer.
C. B. CATBS.
plITY DRaYMAN. Am prepared to do all
-k in my line. Moving household rood,
and pianos a apeolalty. All work will reoelr.
prompt Attention. Aahareofyourpatronaola
sollolted. Cbarsoe rlcbt. QIt. your draylnc
to a man who haa oom. to .Ut.
B. CLARK.
DRY
GOODB, Noilona, Carpet., Genta fur
nlsblng gooda. ate. Franklin atnat.
ANDERS APHILIPP
—. luuuuci/.
Comer ot and
Franklin atrMta.
D^pStir
SMain,
0ne
PETKR BOARDWAY.
D_ealer
In Sour, feed, hay, atraw, Maquoketa
lime, atueeo and eommon and Atlaa cement.
Telephone us. Lower Franklin BtrMt.
NOBLB ARNOLD.
/^LROOERIES, Provlalona, Frulte, ete. First
vi door north of Delaware County Bank.
PETERSON BROS.
Dealer, In Groeerie., rroTliloni, Crockery,
FrulU,ele. Main Htreel.
T. P. MOON BY.
^oMr. Delhi,
nw**" ^ork
don®
promptly and In a work-
..... manner. Charge, naunabl.. Your
patronac MUellcd. lut
C. E. PRATT..
PAINTINGto
AND PAPER HANGING, I
prepared do paper hanftlni and_palnl
on ahort nolle.. In torn or eonnGr, will
ejtlmate. on all work In my line.
at H. o. Smith', drug alor.
tv. order.
«L. M. PBARBB.
"P'S'nCE OF THB PEACE AND COLLECT
O OR. All bualnM. entruited to him given
prompt attention. Offlce In City HaU block,
.econd floor.
Mason Work.
I am prepared to furnish MtlmatM and guar
antee .atlafactlon on aU kind, of Maaon work.
C. P. MlIiCB,
ITU Maocheater. Iowa.
For Bent.
The first building northlot th. Glob. hot«l.
tf KBONBOM OARR.
E. H. CHAPEL A SON.
The Greek nation numbers 16,000, but
of these no less than 6,000 are
negroes. They represent!the most 'pro
greeilve part of the tribe and are said
practically to control Its policy. These
former alaves are so Influential that a
•ban of negro descent was chosen as
one of the head chiefs of .the tribe.
Probably the smallest monarch in
the world reigns over the Hindoo vassal
state of Bhopaul, and governs a people
more than 1,000,000 souls. This dwarf
Is a woman, Pjihan Begum by name,
and although she Is about 50 years old
she does not appear larger than a child
of 10.
The horny-handed citizen who voted
for the Full Dinner Pail last November
Is Invited to look at the vote in the
house on the bill designed to prevent
federal iDjunetiont '&ing used as clubs
to defeat labor strikes. The bill was
beaten by a vote of 66 to 145. This may
set the horny-handed to thinking, pro
vided his admiration for the Full Din
ner Pall has not blinded him to all otht-r
considerations.
The men who leave lows for farm,,
••7* the Winteraet New,, are miseiog it.
Than is no state in the union where
one can be ao lure of luccesa In raising
a errp as in Iowa. Neither is there any
place on the face of the flobe where
land, will enhance In value as in the
eorn belt. They are to be most densely
popnlatel and the most productive
land* In theJJnited States. The young
man who can acquire a good bine grass
farm and the education and experlenoe
necisary to successfully conduct It trom
this time on will doubtless enjoy a lar
ger income and independence of life
than will fall to many men in the world.
To own a blue grass farm will mean In
the future %o have a steady and certain
Income.
Mark Hanna not going to stand
much mora fooiliSg in Nebraska. Mark
will take just so much from his loyal
and loving subjects and then be will
call a halt. If the legislature of that
state doe. not break the deadlock itself
Mark will march out there with his
sledghammer and hit it a few blows be
tween the solar plexus and the I'latte
river. If the people of Nebraska con
tinue to demonstrate they are incap
able of self government-Mark will send
his old shoe out there to govern them,
and he will not send the standing afmy
along either. Mark needs two more
^nators In his business, and as they
are for personal use he wants to be cer
tain that the brand Is right.' Nebraska,
now in the flush of good times, evident
ly forgets how Mark sent them rain last
summer when the drought was moving
into the state for a three weeks stay.
The people of Nebraska forget how be
personally put his shoulder under tho
the price of corn and held it up until
they had marketed the crop. They
forget other favors, but Mark Is going
there to remind them. Nebraska will
not need to Import Mrs. Nation to
break its deadlock when Mark
goes after It.—Chicago Record.
Huxley And Immortality.'
The literary world has been unusu
ally interested in "The Life and Letters
of Huxley," recently published by his
son. A significant discovery is made
concerning his epitaph, chosen during
during hiB life time by Mr. Huxley,
this epitaph haying been written by his
wife. It reads as follows:
And if there be no meeting past the
grave
blMk'
W. A. ABBOTT.
rtRTTOS, Wall paper, BtaUon.ry, Palnta, Olla
17
ete. Olty hall blook.
If all is dsrkness, Bilence, yet 'tis
rest.
Be not afraid, ye waiting hearts that
weep,
For God still "glvetb his beloved
sleep."
And if an endlesB sleep he wills—so
best.
If this were ail one might conclude
that Mr. Huxley was agreed with the
sentiment once written over the por
tals of the cemeteries in France—
'•Death is an eternal sleep." But Its
Ijgnl&cance is heightened by a letter,
In the book referred to, from Mr. Hux
ley to John- Morley. an extract from
which reads as follows:
It Is a curious thing that I And my
dislike to the thought of extinction in
creasing as aa I get older and nearer
the gosj. It flashes across me at all
aorta of times with a sort of horror
that In 19001 shall know no more of
what Is going on than I did In 1800
Ive
It thus appears the man of science,
along with the great American agnos
tic, voiced the general human instinct
and hope that "faith sees the' glimmer
0. a star 'and hope bears the rustle of
angel's wings."
have do
succes-
-. -. .. bearing
your name, or the nameof your, (arm It will be to
-our lntereat to get our estimate on this work.
)rdera for all work In our Una can b. lett at
And.n and PhlUpp,., tf
|A B*AUflt'UL CASMI6M JdiihNAl'
Tlie March number of "L'ART DE LA Mod.,'
lust published, I. one or th. finest .Ter ltaued.
It oonlaln. beautiful colored plates, with pwe
after page or other design., and two page, de
voted to pattern, which are mid for 2So each
It .how.^the prevailing style,
and combination,
of colon, and .hould b. read by evary lad
who wlihe. to be up-to-dat. In th. matter of
Ire... Blngle number., 3ee. eacla at all newt
dealers.
MORS.-BROUaHTON OO.
a ...T 10TH ar, Haw
VORK.
Send 2o, .tamp for .ample copy.^3
awi
For brood sows Baven Stock Food
lias no equal. The pigs will be strong
and have plenty of milk. It cures
scoura in pigs and lambs It removes
worms from hogs, cures colda and
fevers prevents pneumonia and disease,
and makes them do well. It aside di
geetlon, gives good appetitnand makse
rapid and large growth.
fed to hogs and pigs it will surely pre-
When freely
II surely pre-
For sale by W. A.
vent hog" cholera
Abbott, Drugs, Manchester, Iowa.
31-lyr.
CYCLONE AND TORNADO
Insurance In Drat olais companies written and
pollcle. I.iued by Bbohsov ft Cahk.
In both Huxley and Ingersoll, great
souls as they were, this hope had never
been nutured Into the strength of con
viction. They were ignorant of spirit
ual things became they had never cul
tlvated their spiritual natures. One
reminded of Victor Hugo's saying
'There is a philosophy which denies
the exlstance of God and a future life,
There Is also a philosophy whl
.denies the exlstance of the Bun,
This philosophy Is called blindness."—
lies Moines Dally News.
EQfinl tb tlie Occasion.
There dlice stopped at tavern a pat
ty of wits. When the feast waB "over
one of the members called In the
hostess.
"Madam," lie said, "1 am going to
give you a lesson In astronomy. Have
you not heard of the great Platonic
year, when everything must return to
Its former condition? Know, then,
that in 2,000 years we shall be here
again on the same day and at the same
hour. Will you give us credit till
then?"
The hostesB, however, had her reply.
'1 am perfectly willing)" she retorted,
"but It is just 2,000 years since you
were here hefore, and.you left without
paying then. Settle the old score now,
and I will trust you on the new."—
NewJKork Tribune.
iillitfiflfl ift'i'i ii'ri"
Idy'a Got a Bean.
Th. other night down at our house when Idy
had a boau,
Mean'Mandy heerd a stomptn. at the parlor
door, you know
An* when the door was opened up, I hollered
"Idy fflnn.
Thlsls apurty time o'night to como a trompln'
In!"
An* Mandy ketohed me by the arm, an* whisper
ed tense an'low:
"For heaven's sake, quit hollerlu'! Fer Idy'a
got a beau"!
My face ironed red's a comet trailln' through
the skies at night.
An' I heard Idy whisper: Wait until I git a
light r'
An* out she comes an* says: "Pa, that jlst
shamed me nearly dead
It's cold as Ice In there an* you folks pile right
iuto bed,
So's we kin have this room,1' she says, an we
picked up to go,
Fer that's the first time In her life tbat Idy had
a beau!
Well, talk abont a flustered girl! Tho likes I
never saw—
She called her father mother 'and sfie oalled
her mother paw!
"An* help me straighten up this room, fer
gracious sake!" says she
An' here let my brogans drop an* then she
scowled at me!
I says: "We're goln' right to bed as fast as wi.
kin go!"
Fer that's the first time In her life thai Idy had
a beau!
.We got into the bed at last an* heerd him take a
seat:
We listened to the pleasant laugh'that Idy
rippled sweet.
Says I, a kind o' whlsperln', "Well, that's a
sweeter sound,
Than we nave been accustomed to with list our
selves around"
Says Mandy, sort o' slghln* like: "Girls will be
girls, you know
That's Jlst the way I fetched you In, back thirty
years ago!"
—Edward Singer in Indianapolis San.
Oare of Dairy Oowa.
Whenever a cow is keptformilk there
are a few things that shoftid never be
lost sight of. To the man with a few
cows and little money they are more
important than to the rich man with
many cows and more money. It should
always be the aim of trie/owner to se
cure the largest poeslb' amount of
butter fat (because this Is the only
true measure of the value of,milk)wlth
the minimum amount or expense, In
cluding time, food and capital Invested.
The cows should be comfortable,
healthy end vigorous, able to consume,
properly digest and assimilate food for
her support and a large surplus for
milk. The profit In dairying is always
measured by this surplus. Moderate
exercise, under favorable conditions,
will contribute to the desired reault
but every effort of the cow beyond that
will detract from the profit. All the
energy need In warming up ice-cold wa
ter, every moment she shivers In the
cold wind, lessens the surplus of the
milk pail Gold, damp, dark or dirty
stableB are not comfortable therefore,
In such quarters a cow will not do her
beet.
In th^ exercise of my duties as a dairy
inspector I have visited every nlaas of
stable, from the best to the worst' Uiose
that were dry, clean, light and well ven
tilated, down to those that were dark,
damp and filthy beyond description.
Hundreds of times I have been met
with the statement: "I would like to
keep my cows clean, dry and comfort
able, but I cannot afford it." In these
inspections we note the kind and
amount of feed Used, the cost, etc. .and
also the amount of milk produced.
This gives us a reliable basis from
which to determine the kind of care
and feed and the character of stables
that bring to the owner the largest re
turns for the time, labor and capital
and brains invested. Bight here it
might not be amiss to mention that it
has often seemed to me that a great
deal of time, and much hard, disagree
able labor and the interest on consider
able capital were wasted.—Midland
Farmer.
Dairy Bules.
1. Cowb must' have comfort or they
cannot do well. Ulve them a good bed
and a comfortable stall with as much
liberty as is consistent with security,
cleanliness and convenience.
Have the arrangement of the
stalls, gutters and fastenings such that
the cows can be kept clean. Keep the
stable clean.
3. Have the stable ventilated in such
a way as to provide pure air for the
cowa without making it too cold.
4. Always be kind to cows, then they
will be glad to see you when you come
around. Speak gently to them and
never In angry toneB. Remember Ward
O. White's famous saying: "Always
apeak to a cow aa you would to a lady."
5. Give cows a chance to exercise in
the open air when weather is comfort
able.
6. Milk regularly, at the same time
each day, dividing the day equally be
tween mllkings cows in the same order
and by the same milkers, if possible.
Milk quickly but gently. Get all the
milk each, time, but do not keep on
stripping after you have got it.
7. Feed cows all they will eat of the
proper kind of food. The concentrates
should be feed somewhat In proportion
to the amount of milk each cow can be
made to give. But in no caBe should
the concentrates constitute more than
half, in weight, of the dry matter ot the
dairy ration—a Bafer rule Is to say one
third. Give only whatjthey will eat up
or once. Have none left over in the
mangers or feed boxes for them to
breathe on and get foul.
8. Feed a variety of foo^ls. They will
eat more and digest more because of it
Feed nothing but sweet, wholesome
food.
9. Feed at the Bame time each day,
then cows will not be worrying about
.their feed.
.10. Feed as nearly as practical a bat
anced ration. But all cows should not
be fed alike those inclined to lay on
flesh should be feed less of the carbo
hydrates, such as corn, and those in
clined to turn all their feed into milk
should be fed more of such feed.
11. In summer cows should have good
pasture, other green' food or silage. In
winter a part of the daily ration should
be silage or roots to enable them to do
theirbeBt.
12. Feed both coarse fodder and con
centrated feed'both morning and eve
nlng. Feed a small or coarse fodder at
noon if cows have been accustomed to.
MANCHESTER, IOWA, WENDESDAY, FEBURARY 27, IU01 VOL. XXVII-NO. 9.
it. If cows have not been accustomed
to It, they may, perhaps, do as well
without the noon feed as by giving more
at the other feeds.
13 Cows should be watered at least
twice a day wbei^ on dry feed, and the
water should be pure and wholesome
and at a temperature that best Buits
them, which is at least 20 or 30 degrees
warmer than iee water.
14. Cows should have at all times all
the salt their appetites crave, which is
from one to two ounoes each daily.
If the above rules are followed, any
oow that Is worth keepibg will pay for
her care and feed, Any cow that does
not ao pay should be disposed of. —15. I*.
Goodrich, in Hoard's Dairyman.
IN THE WINTER.
(Bnson's Plistir It Pain's Muttr.)
For oooghs and colds Benson's Porous
Plasters are an inoomparably better rem
•dj than any other—external or internal.
Their medicinal properties enter the «Wn
and go straight to Vis teat of ths diteau.
They relieve and ours a "seated" oold
vitheut disturbing the system or upsetting
the stomach. Cough mixtures often nau
seate. Benson's Plasters are medicinal in
the highest degree, and quickest lo act.
Plated oa the chest or back or on both
at osoe in serious eases, the good effect is
felt immediately. The oongestion yields, the
sough abates and the breathing improves.
Lung or bronchial affections or kidney
disease, an eured with the least possible
suffering and loss of time.
Benson's Plasters are immeasurably su
perior to Belladonna, Strengthening, Cap
sicum or any other combination in plaster,
form. They are also preferable to oint»
ments, liniments and salves.
Bsnson's Plasters have reoeived fifty-Jlvs
highut award* over all oompetitors and
mors than 6,000 physicians and druggists
have deolared them to be one of the few
trustworthy household remedies. For sals
by all druggists, or we will prepay postage
on any number ordered In the United
States on receipt ot 25c. each.
Be suro you get the genuine. Accept no
Imitation or substitute.
fisabury & Johnson, lifg. Chemists, K.T.
Low IUtss to W-askihoton, D. 0.
pw»!deattal
inauguration Ceremonies
at Washington, D.O.. March 4th the B. C. U. ft
N. R. will sell round trip tickets from all sta
Uojw at rate of a sinolb fabs plus $2.00.
_For full particulars relative to rates, dates of
sale, etn., call on any agent of the "Cedar Kaplds
Low Ratbs to Colobado, Utah, Califob*
ma, Montana,WashingtonandObegon.
On February 12th and|each Tuesday thereafter
during February, March and April, very low,
o„ne way second class rates will be In effect via
B., C. tt. & N. R'y. to points In abovo described
territory. For full particulars call on or address
JNO. G. PAltMBK, A. G. F. & T. A.,
B., C. R. ft N. Ky.,
G**2* Cedar Rapids, la.
Maud—Is 5 and 30 too old to hops for
improvement? I should say not. One
just begins to live. Take Rocky Mount
sin Tea. You'll be blooming fair at 60.
& Ward.
220 Acre Farm For Bent.
Near the-north west corner of Honey Creek
township, Delaware County, Iowa. Enquire of
Wm&Geo Barr, Dealers in live stock and grain
at Manchester, Iowa. st
Washington, D. C.
tienessee Pure Food Co.,LeBoy, N. Y.:
Gentlemen:—Our family realize bo
much from the use of Grain-0 that I
feel I must Bay a word to Induce others
to use it. If people are intereeted in
their health and the welfare of their
children they will use no other bever
age. I have used them all, but Grain-O
I nave found superior to any, for the
reason that it is solid grain.
Yours for health,
C. F. Meyers.
Come to head quarter, for Bard Plvmoth Rock
Cockerels. One mile south east of Manchester.
Benj. Brown.
mm
Datid City, Neb., April 1,1900.
Geneasee Pure Food Co., LeRoy, N: Y.:
Gentlemen:—I must say in regard to
Grain-0 that there is nothing better or
healthier. We Iiave used it for years.
My brother was a great coffee drinkei.
He waa taken sick and the doctor said
coffee was the cause of it, and told us
to useTirain-O. We got a package but.
did not like it at Brst, but now would
not be without it. My brother has been
well ever since we started to use it.
1
Goshen, III.
Genessee Pure Food Co., LeRoy, N. Y.:
Dear Sirs:—Some days since a pack
age of your Grain-O preparation waa
left at my offlce. I took it home and
gave it a trial, and I have to say I was
very much pleased with It a« a substi
tute for coffee. We have always used
the best Java and Mocha in our family,
but lam free to say I like the Grain-O
as well as the best coffee I ever drank.
Respectfully Youis,
A. C. Jackson, M. D.
Hormes Wanted.
A few good horses for eastern markets, must
so a an
place on Union iti
!9tf
1 condition. Enquire at my
In Manchester.
T. W. BOBprsofrr
One Fare Pins 13.
There are .tiu some good land. In northwest
ern Iowa, aouthweatern Mlnneeota and South
Dakota, and If you are expecting to make a
change In location, you should take advantage
ot the low .xcurslon rates In effect. On the first
id {third-Tuesday of each month excursion
&!
to slmtnts on the Burlington, Cedar saplds
Hotlfcero Railway, north of and Including- A1
holt Shell Kock and Waverly at ONE FAK
lus ts.
Full Information relative to these lands will
be cheerfully given upon application to Messrs.
Ilten*Brooks.ourindustrial and Immigration
Agents, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
If you are thinking of making a trip to an:
point In Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona. Brltlsli
jolumbla, Canadian Northwest, Colorado, Flor
ida, Georgia, Idaho. Indian Territory. Iowa,
Kansas, Kentuoky, Louisiana, Manitoba, M1d-
South Dakota,
South Carolina, Tennessee. Texas, Utah, Vir
ginia, Washington, Wisconsin and Northern
Michigan and Wyoming, call on agents of the
'"Cedar Rapids Route" for rates, eto., or address
John1. Farmer, A. G. P. & T. A..
B..C. R, & N. Ky.
6-21w Cedar Rapids, la.
Compound VaDorand Sham
ooo Baths.
BATHS
Most all dis-
eases are caused
by poisonous sec
retlons, which
clog the wheels
of "NATURE.
Vapor
and
Shampoo.
The name and
the symptoms
may be different
but the cause of
disease can us
ually be traced
to tne imperlect notion ot the millions
of pores of the human body. A bath in
accordance with scientific require
ments is the best preventative and
remedy known. The methods employ
ed by me are the most solentifio ever
invented or discovered for dispelling
disease. Results tell the story. Give
me a trial. This Is the Oonant system
of baths. A.competent lady attendant
in charge of the ladiesdepartment.
Offlce and bath rooms on Franklin
street, opposite Globe Hotel
IHtf Q. D. QATgS
Like bad dollars, all counterfeits ot
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are worth
less. The original quickly cures piles,
sores and all skin diseases.—Smith Bros.
In order liNt the system of Osteopathic treat
ment may become more generally known to the
Snrlng
ublio, I will give reduced rates for treatment
the first three months of the now Cen
tury. Examinations free.
Yours Truly,
Lillle Sochor. I
FARM FOR RENT,
Farm or 40) acres, good buildings, plenty or
watBr and a splendid stock farm tor term of
year, at reatonable reU. JOS. HUTCHINSON*
Agent.
RAROAIN IN RESIDENCK PROPERTY
A honne and lot In one of the best resident
portions of elf or Manchester for sale cheap
and on easy terns. Good dwelling, burn, etc.
Enquire at DEHOCRAT OFFICE. 4
•M
Ft)Ft SALE,
I have 4 deslrablo Shorthorn bulls for salf.f.'
to 13'monthp old. fun be *een ntmy farm on«
mile north of Manchester.
46 A.N. SMITH
Residence Priiperties fnr Sale.
8everal tine residences In desirable portf.u
of the City ot Manchester for Pale cheap. En
quire at the office ot Manchester Democrat.
Bneks For Sale.
Five choice grade Lincoln and Cotswuid
bucks for sale. Inquire at Bradley farm in
Coffins Grove twp. tf.
120 Acre Farm For Sale.
We are agents for the sale of
the O. A. Underwood farm of
120 acres, situated about ft miles
north east of Manchester.
There is a bargain for some
purchaser in this property. If not sold soon the
place will be for rent. Bbonson A Cakr.
MHHET
1
BARGAIN IN RESIDENCE PROPERTY
A bpnse and lot In one of the best resident
portions of city of Hanehester for sale cheap
and on easy terms. Good dwelling, barn, etc.
Enquire at DEHOCRAT OFFICE.
Raven's Poultry
cure for chicken cholera, ronpe,* grapes
and all diseases of poultry. It regu
lates the bowels blood and dlgeetive
organs produces bone, muscle and
larger fowl, and makes hens lay eggs
In winter. Young chickenB will grow
rapidly free from disease. It increases
production of eggs, prevents all disease
and makes One large fowls.—For sale
by W. A. Abbott, Drugs, Manchester,
Iowa.
Henrj Hutchinson
Breeder of Thoroughbred
Shorthorn Cattle.'
JOSEPH HUTCHINSON
Manehester.Iowa
WM: DONNELLY, !.
Physician and Surgeon
**ropnetor of tne
Ryan Drug Store.
Dealer In
BANK,
MANOHE8TER.' IOWA.
CAPITAL. S5Q.OOO
General
Banking
Business
B. R. Koblnson.
B. M.Carr,
H. A. Granger.
H. a.von Oven.
L. L. Hoyt,
Transacted.
interest Paid on Time Deposits.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
FOR BENT.
M. F. LeRoy,
M. Beebler,
A. H. Blake,
H. C. fiaeberle,
First National Bank, Dubuque, Iowa.
Central National Bank New York City.
Commercial National Bank. Chicago. Ills.
WM. U. CAWLE1
President.
R. W. TIBRILL,
CHAS. J. SBEDS,
Cashier,
C. W. KEAGY,
Vloe President.
Asst. Cashier.
DELAWARE COUNTY
State Bank
1, Mon-
nesota. Michigan, Missouri.
tana, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Carolina,
North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon
CAPITAL $60,000
-DIREOTORS-
Wm. O. Cawley.
W. O. Kcnyon.
Edward P. Seedq.
Cbas. J.
H. 7. Arnold.
R. W. TlrrUl.
G.
*W. Dunham,
U. H. WlUiston
Seeds.
C. W. Keagy.
INTEREST PAID .n Tim. D«poslls.
Prompt attention given to all business. Pas
senger tloketa from and to aU parts of Europe
direct to Manchester, for sale.
J",ONIj TIME MORTQAQE T.QANS
Made. Bought and Sold.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
For the storage of valuable papers,
etc. for rent.
Banking
House
Henrv Hutchinson
Hutchinson's Building. Manchester. Iowa.
CAPITAL, 870.000
JOSEPH HUTCHINSON, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS
rroaaaptly X&mAm.
DEPOSITS
j. n. mageb,
2tf Osteopath.
v.
on Time, Interest Al­
lowed and other deposits received.
DRAFTS
sold on New York, Chicago
and Dubuque also on Great Britain and Ire*
land and European Cities.
TtOKKTS sold to and from all European
ports via Ounard or Allen nr White Star
Steamship Lines.
1 irt'.i iS
V, -"^24"'
Just a word
to those young* people
about to begin housekeeping.
are
:.v
Drugs, Stationery, Etc.
RYAN IOWA
M. F.
LEROY Prest. II. A. GRANGER Cashier.
11. A. VON OVEN* Asst. Cashier
A. U. BLAKE. 1st. V. President.
II. C. HABBKRLE, 2nd. V. President,
First National
Qti| SJemocm
RA ns Of AOVFF7ftlfr
SPAOR.
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Three iuehes.
Pour mchosi.,
Five laches..
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LADIES
Now is your chance to get a good
::•watch while ladies'
WATCHES
ROing
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FUR COATS.
WE CARRY A BIG LINE OF FUR COATS:
Coon Coats $25 to $35
Black Martin
Russia Calf
Russia Dog
Prairie Wolf
Wombat Coat
Hungarian Lamb $22.50
Hair Seal $25 to $35
•.v Come in and let us show you our line.
ALLEN &
STOREY
A SAVORY AROMA
that is an appetizer, as well as a
tickler of the palate, arises from the
rich and nourishing soups that ate
made for the edification of the epi
cure and will suit the pocketbook ol
the economical. Our fine canned
soups, as well as our choice canned
goods of all descriptions, are of the
bestJbrands, and all of recent can
ning, fresh, nourishing and palatable.
8M
at a very low price. For the month
of February I will discount my former Low
Prices 25 and io per cent.
I A A N S E E
Those lovely piece? of Silverware going at cost.
Bed Rock prices on everything in my line.'
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Advertisements ordered dSKfeniiiftietl oe
fore expiration of oootract will be chantednc
oortlng to above
scale.
Business cards, not exceeding six lines, HUT
per year.
Business locals, ten cents per line for the Avtf
insertion, and Ave centa per itne for eaob sum?
queat insertion.
When buying your lurniture
LOOK OVER OUR STOCK.
WE CAM SAVE YOU MONEY.
EVERYTHING IN OUR STOCK
is strictly in the style
up-to-date, and
rich in appearance.
OUR PRICKS ARK RIGHT.
ADBFOWfl,
j.
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the
JEWELER $
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JEWELER!
$ 1 5
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