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tl)c ^Democrat.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22, 1002.
health is improv
-B V. Lucas, editor of the Earl
TlUe Phoenix, transacted business in
«jls city Wednesday.
—W. A. Roe, of Sterling, Illinois, _M
•WIB a guest of Manchester relatives
and friends part of last week.
—A new departure 1b that made by bills.
Finch & Lilllbridge, In establishing a _Mr
ibargain tloor in their furniture store.
—Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Huftalen and
his young friends at cards.
—Claude Addison, who for
time past has been in the employ of
W. D. Goodwin, has purchased of Peter ,,
Dress an interest in the M. & O. barber of John Pogue, on the_ S.
—Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Church, form
erly of this city are now, and Mr.
Church writes us have been for the
past six yearB, residents of Topeka,
It you are contemplating getting |,AMn
a tailor made suit of clotnes, this is the
time to leare your order with Soharles,
tha tailor. Notetha pric«s ha (i^)ton
for thiB month.
-The I'rlvate Secretary is to be pre-
sented to the people in this vicinity in ,, ...
the near future by home talent. Tbe
entertainment will be for tbe beneflt of
the public library.
Brown, the Main St. Furniture man, I
cleared out by the holiday trade, but
as uncalled for at the post oflice in this
city: Mrs. Clara Leibe, MIBS Mamie
Taylor, Miss BOBBE. Dunn, Miss Stella
Daniels, Mr. L. M. O Isrien, Mr. Jno.1
HempBtead, Mr. Samuel Elsbury, Mr
H. U. Earilng.
—A number of Manchester young I jjU[
beusedinthepurchase of new books
for the Manchester Public Library.
be a sermon.
—I). B. Allen 1b laid up with a eprain
I ed ankle.
—Bert Qrems spent Sunday at Fred
—Will Perclval is home from an ex
tended eastern trip.
—Six couples from here attended the
—MIEB Nellie Powers is on the sick I dance at Greeley Friday night.
liBt. —Mr. and Mrs. Ed Honan are guests
—F. S. Morse has returned home of relatives and friends in this city.
Irom Dubois, Illinois. —Kin Foster, of Armour, S. D.,is
—MrB. Hiram Caster, of Delaware, a guest of relat'ves and friends here,
was a Manchester visitor Thursday, —Miss Bertha Harr returned from a
—L. G. Lawrence, of Forestville, was I several week's visit in Canada Satur
a business visitor in this city Wednes- day.
d*y- —MrB. Winnie l'srrott has^ returned
—Ed GraBsQeld departed Wednesday from her visit with relatives at Byron,
for Marion for a visit with his par- Illinois,
—Egbert Emerson, of Waterloo, is
—Mr. BndMrs. John Coolldge have the guest of relatives and friends in
returned from a several weeks visit in this city.
Canada. —Mrs. Jackson Tucker departed last
—George Moore is visiting his son, I Wednesday for her home In Mazlemaie,
lielos Moore, and family at New Uart- Wisconsin.
Ford, la. —Lister has received a full line of
—Bob Johnson, ot Waterloo, was I milk cans, a representation ot which is
calling on Manchester friends last shown in his advertisement.
Wednesday. —Mr. and Mrs. Chas. FerguBon, of
Bert Uockaduy tiring on the M.
W" BeemaD'
near FoteatvUle wete
—^The many friends of Mrs. 1' rank
Bithel will be pleased to learn that her
Manchester vk-
itors Thursday of last week.
—Frank and James Cross, of Minne-
8p0ua 6pent
several days last week
wllh frfenda an(l relat
Fred Uolbert attended the party at A. munds.
JJ. Holberfa in Greeley, Tuesday even-1 _In
—Henry 1'rowBe departed last week
for Dubuque where he wil take a busi
ness course in the Bayless Business Col
—H.R.Eaton, tne Main street har
ness maker, wishes to exchange har-
neBses, robes, saddles and blankets for I
,veB ,Q
thiB clt
the regu
—ltBlph Lawson, Bon of Mr. and Mrs.
La ha(J th# mlsfortune to
tlng of the city
coimcll Monday
evening no business
waa tt8nBacted
except the allowance of
V. Edmunds, of Terrill, la.
TlaUmg re
ln thl8 elty a gue8t
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. J. Ed-
... I maining for a viBit with friends here.
room for their
new spring goods, Atkins & Chapel an
nounces special prices on bed room
suits for the next thirty days.
-W. S. Beels and wife, of Hopkic
ton, cane up Saturday, Mr. Beals re
turning Monday and Mrs. Beats re-
-Patrick McEnany one of the Brst
I settlers of Adams Township, and own
I er of a large tract of land in that town-
wood and potts.
—Last Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Barry entertained the Hay- business visitor to this citv
Beed Whist club at their home in Thursday
Prairie township.
—The four years old child of Frank
Frentress, of this city, died Saturday.
The funeral was held, Monday after
noon at two o'clock.
—LaBt Tuesday evening Alex Sbel
non, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Shel ..
., -1 Porter farm, met with a serious acci
don pleasantly entertained a number of
Frank and John Tierney and fam
ily departed Wednesday for their home
in Deadwood, S. D., after a several
weekB' visit with friends and relatives
in this city.
—Chas Jarmutb, a tenant on Frank
dent Thursday morning. He had two
Qngers taken off and one badly injured,
W]j|ie at
work wltb a buzz saw.-
—There will be a social at the home
R. Young
farm, Friday evening Jan. 31st. Pro
ceeds to go to the Rev. W. O
Smith. All are Invited to attend.
Ladies wilt furnish supper.
—At the Fireman's meeting held in
Fireman's hall last Thursday evening
... Ithe following olDcers were elected:
Pfimhl* #oramHn. Nlr MRlv.n
Aivln I'emble, foreman NIc Malyen,
Qrst assistant Morse Hennessey, second
assistant and Will Ward, secretary and
—At the annual election of the lodge
... of the Mystic Workers of this city, the
ter in the Hawkeye sate than the win
ter of 1001-02. UrumblerB say thai we
—AH who call themselves Christians I ^helr neighbors and other frlendB, un
ar© most cordially invited to join with 1 announced and uninvited, entered their
the ltev. John Caldwell in prayer, praise I hospitable home and took posseBsion
and thanksgiving according to the I thereof. The self invited guests brought
Episcopal Church form in the parlor of I
[0 h8ye our Bhate of cold
weather each year and that not getting
it In the usual season, we will have it
out of season, that is next summer.
-people have consented to give a pre- ^rue prophets or even good guessers,
eentation of tbe play entitled, "The Prl-1 ^ey look on the dark Bide and miBs
.rf vate Secretary," at City Hall on Friday 1 |0^g
grumblers are not, as a rule,
wening, February 14th, the Proceeds to _Mr
pleasure by doing so.
and Mra Jame8
the Clarence Hotel, Manchester, on I
Wednesday evening, Jan. 22ad. Service
6ed la8t Frlday
evening, when one-hundred or more of
abundance of edioles with tbem,
were in due time partaken of
[th a relish, and the evening was
will commence at 7:15 p. m. There will 1 xnerrily and pleaBantly spent with
games, music and social intercourse,
—While in Dyersylile one day last I Before leaving, the invaders presented
week, we had the pleasure of I a short Mr. and Mrs. Bishop with a purse and
visit with Brother Smith of the Dyers-1 requested that its contents be used in
vllle Commercial, and an opportunity I the purchase of such an article as deeir
to examine bis newspaper plant. The ed by the doners, to be kept by tbem as
publisher of tbe Commercial deserves I a reminder of tbe occasion. Mr. and
to be congratulated. He comes pretty Mrs. Bisbop, who have been residents
near being the possessor of a model, I of Mllo townBhip for many years, will
country newspaper oQice. I remove to thiB city about March 1st,
—Tbe many friends of Mr. and Mrs. I and occupy tbe residence on Howard
Fred Ford regret to learn that they will street purchased by them last July of
remain in Elkpoint where they have T. J. Jacobs.
been visiting the latters parents, Mr. I —Mr. and Mrs. W. D. liogan enter
and Mrs. Ringsrud. Mr. Ford having talned a numSr of their friends Mon
entered the large department store day evening in a delightful manner,
owned by Mr. Blngsrud. Mr. and Mrs. I progressive whist being the especial
Ford were among our most popular 1^amusement. After a sufficient number
young people and wil Ibe greatly misir I of games had been enjoyed, Mrs. Hogan
ed. asked tbe gueBts to the dining room,
—While waiting for .8 merchant to tlelwbeiir they were comfortably placed
her parcel on Tuesday morning a wo-1 around one long table and served with
man of this city possessing the most an elegant supper. The table presented
refined and cleanly habits, leaned over a most attractive appearance with decor
ibe counter and thoughtlessly pressed atlons of cut glassaudcarnations. At the
-against her lips and nostrils a filthy conclusion of the feast, whloh was as
green back bill. Every breath she drew thoroughly enjoyed aa the earlier enter
•wae ovei- this money. It hardly needs tainment bad been, ecorea w^re counted
'the word of tbe physician or the sclent- and prizes awarded. The first honors
1st to tell us that paper money is the were won by J. H. Allen and he waa
most vile object tbat men and women the recipient of a^eautiful bouquet of
are called upon to handle. Perhaps I red carnations. Tbe consolation prize
'the germ antt microbe theory has been —it was a bird—was hotly contested for
pr«aohed so much that it has lost its by W. H. Norris and C. £. Bronsbn and
force by reason of repetition. But with I was gained by the latter. ThoBe hav
•Boiallpox, dlptberia and scarlet fever ing the pleasure to be among the gitests
abroad in the land at all times, great of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan were Mrs'. M.
-caution should be taken. What scrap of I Beehler, and the Messra and Mesdames
paper or cloth that shows similar signs S, A. Steadman, W. H. Norris,- G. W
-of dirt and disease has. the af- Storey, J, H. Alien,and C.E. Brpnson.
feotionate fondling that money re- The company dispersed at a late hoqr,
ceives —Independence Bulletin Jour-1 thanking their host and hoBtess jtor tbe
I enjoyment of a very pleasant evening.
—Joseph Coyne Is a guest of Mr. Colonial Tea.
and Mrs. Jno. L. Sullivan. February 22nd, the ladles of the Con
—Mrs. MBry Flemmlng, of Delhi, 1B a gregational Society will serve a Colonial
guestof friends in this city Tea in the Church parlors, also will
—Tom Simmons and Claud Austin bold their annual sale of useful articles
returned from Chicago Saturday^ for spring house-cleaning.
—Geo. Briggs and wife, of Dundee,.
were Manchester visitors Saturday. Oratorical Contes
springs, is a guest of her sister, Mrs.
meet in the K.I. hall next Thursday Say inUt'aUdon'cher want some do'nuts.
by which time, we presume tbe local re
be installed at tbe next regular meeting:
Worthy Presect,Geo. W, Miller Worthy
Monitor, Mrs. Ida Lister Worthy Sec-
tary, Mrs. L.- L. Carhart Worthy
-ls having a clearance sale at his store. I ,jauUor, Mrs. F. F. Cary Worthy Mar
We thought his stock was pretty well I
Mrs. L. Ford Wotthy Warden,
EUa Mi
see his advertisement. I ychro iier Supervisor for one year, Jo
—The directors of the Delaware I seph Strickland for two years, F. F.
County State Bank at their annual Cary for three years, S. W. Marmom.
meeting relected all tbe present officers
which shows that the business
of that institution is being carried on
in a manner satisfactory to the direc
iIer. Worthy Sentinel, Everet
—The pleasant winter weather still
continues, and the snow which fell Sun
day and Monday is fast disappearing
under the shining rays of the Bun and
., the warm south breeze. The oldest
—The following letters are advertised ,, ,,
resident cannot recall a ple&santer win-
taiuiqg money under false pretenses. proyidedby^w.flUllg
4700 frnm W Pnfmnn nf HAvpn-
euppoeed to be tbe swindler who eecur- tho years isooand i90iisRrnnted.
ed 81400 from Mr. Palmer, of Indepmd- «n iSSuSVVo.

I saw one black Langshan Cock that
was sold for thirty dollars aud some
birds were considerable higher.
A Poultry Hnieer.
Our Next County Fair.
The Board of Directors of the Dela
ware County Agricultural Society had I ]an(j8 in lowa.
a meeting at the court house last ThurB-1S0ME
day afternoon.
Those in attendance were President I
M. S. Van Auken, Secretary James
Bishop and the following directors: J.
U. Rector, Oneida W. B. Hobinron,
Adams W. F. Urummy, Hazel Green
L. O. Clute, Honey Creek J. A. Moree,
Collin's Orove H. O. Harris, Prairie
Wm. Neiman, Delhi H. J. Van Fleet, I
thews was appointed to represent Elk
Div. H.
revise tbe premium list.
There will be an -oratorical contest
—Miss Martha Gilleas, of Carbondale, under the auspices of the District W, C.
Illinois, spent Sunday with, friends In u, for a silver medal at Oneida, Frl
thiBclty. day evening, Jan. 24, in the M. E.
—MISB Kate CollinB, of Chicago, Is a church.
gueBt at the home of her sieter, Mrs. An exceptionally interesting program
Chas. Barnd. is being prepared, consisting not only of
—Thomas McCleary entertained a 'h® recitations by the zealous competi
large audience at the City Hall Thurs- 'ore but of an abundance of excellent
ay evening. music, both vocal and Instrumental.
-Henry Duetmeyer and son, of IV
entertainment is gotten up In
terBburg, were Manchester business vis- °°CJU°
Itors Tnesdav church and everybody ought to go and
pack the building to itB utmost.
-Miss Clara Lattner of Colorado
A Bma admlB8lon of a d[me and a
h#|f |g a that )g aBke(J
Jota Georgen
—Mrs. R. A. Kennedy has returned I Market Day of the Presbyterian Church,
from ber visit with frieqdB and relatives
at Cedar Falls and Des Moines. I Say mut'ab don'cher want a chicken,
—Tbe Knights of tbe MaccabeeB
Nice 'an fat 'an big?
Say mist'ah don'cher want some
... .. Baked with a slice of plR?
evening. Initiation work by the team.
•—The gentlemen of the weinoaiBi byterian church
church netted about «30frpm their sup- On Janu.r^th.tto da^e please
per given riday night In tbe church Place, where you'll tlicm and.
parlors, th -a Those donating will please bring and
-The' many friends ot Lawrence 'eave at the above store by 10 o'clock,
Lattimer will be pleased to learn that
he has embarked in me priming busi
ness for himself at Muskogee, Oklaho-
—Fred Robinson departed on ay
1 nanr Thnranaa mnrninrr Ua hail (ten
Some fashioned cake?
of various kinds
0r B0,„epie"Roodold
Like mother used to make
—Louis Putman, who la an engineer I
on the Chicago & Northwestern rail
road, is 8 gueBt Of his parents in this I For these you'll flutf with other kind
At Lew Well's grocery utore.
If any of these articles you might bo in scarch,
Just buy t,mm of 1,10 ,adle8 1,10
to K{a KAMA In UAOHIA waohirillf An
A Promised Treat.
Dr. H.O. Pratt, of this city, haB at the
request of the ladles of the W. C.,
iy consented to deliver a lecture on
"Washington, or Reminiscences from
HiB Life," February 21st at City Hall,
the proceeds to be sent to tbe memorial
university being founded by the Sons
ot Veterans, at MaBon City.
for hie home in Seattle, Washington,
after a Beveral days visit with his
friend, Fred Johnson, of North Man
—Henry Barnd was a victim of a Bur
prise last Friday evening. About forty
of hiB friends participated In the event piiance with a general order from the
and presented Mr. Barnd with a hand-1 headquarters of the Department of
some chair as a token of their esteem. I that give an entertainment
—MIBS Mabel Montgomery has re-1
This entertainment is given in com-
send the proceeds to the Sons of
signed her position aa Instructor in the eterans to aid in erecting a monument
high school. Miss Jennie Speer of Ce 1° heroic BoldierB of the rebellion,
dar Falls, has been elected to 011 the va- ^he cause is a worthy one and Bhould
cancy thus caused. Miss Montgomery receive the hearty support of every
has accepted a position in the Boone loyal citizen.
high school at an increased salary. I I1 admittance fee of 10 and 15 cents
will be charged.
—Some of the republican organs in
thiB county are engaged In discussing Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors.
thMrfvisability of barring Clerk Gcor-
Statk ol IOWA I)elau
gen from holding the oflice a cecond 1 ne remembered that ou this 15th day of
term. His offense seems to be the ap- January. A. D„ lyoa. the Board of Supervisors
,«* met as per adjournment. Present, Thos. Llnd.
pointment of Mrs. Georgen as his say, chairman, SP Carter and Durey.inem-
.aro ,0UIlty_ss
bers. and II E Stetson, auditor.
deputy. We will refrain ftom further ce it resolved by tho Hoard of Supervisors of
Delaware County Is authorized and permitted
lo deposit the money of auv fund of Dolaware
publican organs will have thrown all I ku^uffi1iSanl.CoVS\)fe.^o^^,.o0tr1^"
the light upon the subject that they are
able and the party dictator will have is- bona in the sum of thirty thousand dollars with
sued his Uka8e. thetroasurerandthe Uoard of Supervisors of
Delaware County. Iowa, conditioned to hold the
—Jay Dudley was in Daenport, la., treasurer harmless from all loss by reason of
.. .1 such denoslt or deposits.
the latter part of last week in connec~l The bonds of the foiiowlnc named backs are
tlnn nrlth tho
lion wim me case or Dr. jacitson
nf Dr Tnntcfinn approved: The Delaware County State Bank,
it. yo Flret Natl0Iltt Blink of Manchester.
Thomas, of I'hiladelpbia, who is held I The HavinRS Ilauk of Karlville, lowa.aud The
,U... 1,„
asnnn Hopklutgn State Dnnk of Hopvlnloll, Iowa,
in that city under $o00U bail for Ob-1 Too bond of The Delhi Savings Buokof Delhi,
ence. Thomas is a man of considerable Thursday. January 10,100*2.
a a a
property, having been quite successful Members ail present.
in his swindling deals which he has
been carrying ou for tbe past seventeen sale granted.
years. tract to repair chairs
Some Coffees
are G! i/
with a cheap coaluv.
If glazing helps cor-H
why aren't the !ii
priced Mochas and Javr
glazed also?
pood and sufflolent sureties to be approved by
Mr. Thomas under tbe name of J.J.I Tho omcla bond ofF S Hurrls as clerk la and
sureties provided by law.
Tho omclui bond ofF 8
for Coflln's Grove township Is approved.
The official bond of Hugh McElllott as asses-
sor ,u
»wtrom w. iutman or ia\en- Annual of E South, justico of the peale
port, on a fraudlent mortzace, and is in and for Oneida township is approved.
Adams township Is approved,
Petition to remit the taxes of Mary Scott for
BdJourned until
The Poultry Show. Kcwlved that Fuller be appointed phy_
resentetUn Cedar Kapids the past week I
treat, and lots of crowing, as there were
beauties from all points of the compaae,
and a good many high scoring birds.
Resolved that AD Brown be Riven the con-
ip tho Court House at a
.1 price of 90cants each, «ork to be guaranteed to
»e done ln a Rood and workmanhko mauner.
clan for Delhi township and the Poor Farm for
the year 1902 at a salary of $!50.0o per annum
Editors of Democrat.-One of Amor- and the auditor is hereby authorized to issue
warrants quarterly inpayment of same.
an those who did not attend that nurey, 13 35
great "poultry show" miesed a rare |i,l?urey 403
On motion tlio Board adjourne1'
^ssioi^work..^.'. i: oo
Chnlrman Board of Supervisors.
Some Facts About Manchester.
There were a few people there from I SOME OF THE TIIINGS THAT MANCHES
Manchester and vicinity, and among
them, one of Delaware Co's. poultry
men, Loren D. A. Snyder, who bought I
a few high scoring Buff Cochin Ban
tams. They are little beauties, and
will make quite an accession to his
Brown Leghorn and Cornish Indian
It is a clean city.
It is a city of homes.
It is a city of schoolB.
It is a prosperous city.
It is a city of churches.
It is a busy business place.
It is the county seat ot a rich county.
It is the center of a great dairying in
It is located on a beautiful clean wa
ter river.
It IB surrounded by the best farm-
It has good railroad facilities now.
It has two good electric light plants.
It has a good sanitary sewer syBtem.
It has several busy mills and factories.
It has a public Bplrited class of citi
It haB room for more mills and fac
Bremen J. C. French, MII5. L.Mat-
1 prosperous future already as-
The secretary's salary was fixed at
It has a first class telephone ex-
8100, and expenses.
The dateB decided upon for the next Hhrarv
fail' are September 16,17, 18 and 10.
Competition in the stock and speed
departments are to be open to the world,
The secretary was directed to take
It has a large well managed public
It has tbe purest water supply of any
city in Iowa.
It has the service of two telegraph and
whatever action should be necessary to I two ©xpreBs companies.
make the society a member of the SOME OF THE THINGS MANCHESTER
^meftcan Trotting Association.
Purses for speed were limited to an
amount not to exceed $700.
Tbe selection and securing of attrac
tions for the next fair was put in the
hands of the executive committee, also
all unfinished business,
The secretary was authorized andltory.
directed to dispose of BB many member- xt
It wants a stone yard.
It wants a canning factory.
It wants a steel tank factory."
It wants a wholesale grocery house.
It wants a new bridge over tbe river.
It wants a paving brick and tile fac-
ntB a foundry and machine
shipB as he could, the proceeds to be ap- g^op.
plied on the society's indebtedness. It wants an all-business commercial
Superintendents were appointed as dub,
follows: O. E. Sager, superintendent of it wants an agricultural implement
grounds R. It. Kobinson, superlnten- factory.
dent of tickets O. C. Clark, superlnten-1 it wants Manchester money invested
dent of track ThomasSVilBon, superin- in Manchester,
tendent of Div. A, John Cruise Jr., I It wants a factory for the manufac
Buperintendent of Div. B, Wm. Neiman, ture of cereal foods.
superintendent of Div, C, J. A. Morse, I it wants every inhabitant to remain
superintendent of Div. D, L, (}. Clute, here and he to forge the city's future,
superintendent of Divs. and U, J. B.
Butherford, superintendent of Div. F, I Gold Watch and i,oati
Croskey, -superintendent ot| on last FrldEy 1 lost my gold watoh&ud chain
W. F. ay
somewhere In Manolieiter. My name Is pasted
on a silk slip on the lnsWe ol one of tlio lids. A
A committee Of five wae appointed to liberal reward wai be paid to the Under who
returns same to r*~
Lion Co8e
is not glazed. It is
fectly pure and i^
delicious flavor.
Tt.o l-BCka^e lu»uiu« utii
form quality wij
Let us speak ot man as we find him,
And censure only what we can see.
Remembering that no one can be
Unless he uses Kooky Mountal
ton & Ward.
itQ Tea.—D
Durham Cattle For Sale.
Thoroughbred Durham Dull and heifers of
for sale, one and two years old. Marion Suker
1*J7I34, six years old cot by Glostus Hero No.
121S4 out o( Virginia 4th by Roy Star of Ualn
good bull, kl
and good breeder, wolglit, 2l40Jbs.
Valley 87971. Tnla is as [. kind to handle
Edgewood Iowa.
What you doin' neighbor? Helping Bill.
What's Bill doin'? Helping Mandy What's
Mandy doin'? Helping mother. Wbat.s moth*
cr doin'? Taking Rocky Mountain Tea.
Sensible family.—Denton & ward.
For Sale.
Thirty-two farms in southern Iowa
from 60 to 400 acres 827 tc 350 per
Hotel and fixtures for sale. One
good creamery for sale or trade for
lands, aiso farms and city property in
and around Manchester and South Da
kota. W. G. KENYON.
51 11
Dry 6001b,
What would you think of your grrcery man If
be sold you sand for sugar? What do you think
Cotton and Wool Hose for everybody.
Men's and Boys' Fancy Shirts, Prints. Mus
lins, Calicos, Towels, and Toweling by thev
yard, Doilies, Pillow Shams and Covers, lied
Spreds, Worsted Blankets, Table Spreds,
Stand Covers. Jewelry. Silverware "Roger
Bros. 1847 Only."
I r-:
LompfMen Etc.
Fine Decorated Parlor, Hail and Hang
ing Lamps, Glass Lamps of all Kinds and
Sizes, Fine Decorated Glass Sets and Novel
ties, Fine China Ware, Crockery, Granite
and Tinware of every Kind.
Our Musical Department
is complete with choice Instruments
and Merchandise. Our Holiday Goods are
now on display. We will show you a nice
line of presents suitable for old and young.
We can furnish you with nearly everything
you may want in your home. We invite
you to call in and see us every time you are
in the city. Yours Truly,
IMooro's Department
Atkins & Chapel
We are making Special
Prices on Bed Room Suits
for the next 30 days in
order to make room for
our New Spring Goods.
Atkins & Chapel
of a druggist, who offers
yon a substitute for the
Madison Med
lain Co's. ftocky Mountain Tea,—
Denton fit Ward.
Sheriffs Sale.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, That by virtue of a
special execution,
to me directed, dated January
s. 1002, and issued out of tbe office of the Clerk
of the District Court of the 8tate of Iowa, in and
for Delaware i-ounty, upon a judgment and
decree rendered lntatd Court on the z7th, day
of December
ln favor of OUle Smith and
against H. B, Smith et al I have levied upon
tho following described Keal Estate aa the pro-'
perty of the said H. B.
Smith et al to wit: I
Lots 8,9. and the west Si feet ot lot 10 and the I
east t-ll ot lot 8* all In block 6, In Hopklntnn
Delaware county, Iowa. And ou the 6th day
of Pcbruary
between the hours of
6 O'C'O
a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.. sale to comtnece at tlut
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the Court
House door in Manchester, County of Delawarn
and state of Iowa, I will proceed to sell said
property, or so much thereof as may be neces
sary to satisfy said execution, amounting to
five hundred eighty four and sixty seven one
hundreds [684.67] dollars dubt. and seven
and fifty four one hundreds
dollars. At­
torney's fee. and sixteen aud eighty three one
hundreds [16.1
interest and accruing costs,
the highest and best Didder for cash.
... dollars costs, together with
accrnlngcosts, at public auction to
Dated this 6th day of January WS.
4w2 Sheriff of Delaware County.
Strong evidence sustains the poi»u}nr
verdict that Ely's Cream Halm is
its weight in gold. Trial size 10 fit
Full size 50 cents. Sold bv druggis
and mailed by Ely Bros., 50 Warren S:..
New York.
Proberta, Ce).
Mtesrs. ELY lluos I have been H?
flictert with catairh for twenty y
It made me so weak 1 thought I W
consumption. I sot oue bottle of Kl
Cream Balm and in three days the
charge Btopped. It ia the best medicit.f
I have ever used for catarrh
Very truly,
As an example ot success ID tbe li-|.'
of IndepeodeDt journalism, The IVa
Moines Leader is among tbe foremos
in tbe nation. Its pronounced busineFs
success demonstrates that honeBty nnrl
independence in journalism pajs. 4w 1.
Moore's Department
Is filled from cellar to ceiling with
choice staple goods, the best that money will
buy. Ladies', Gents' and Children's warm
Fleeced Underwear, Woolen Mittens for
Ladies, Misses and Children.
Commencing" on"
Monday Jan. 20th
and continuing for one week only, we will in-
til augurate our 5th annual January sales of
Linens and Underwear, Towel-j}?
ing. Bed Spreads, Sheets, Hus
$ lins, Embroideries and Laces.
i#The Elaborateand p«-„
•J parations made for 1
lathis sale justifies us in predicting the mostjyi
ft successful January sale we have ever held, and QS
we extend a cordial invitation to all prospective -P
buyers to examine our splendid stocks and«
make a careful comparison of prices before pur
ijjf chasing.
iBurton Clark.
Remember us when in need of anything I
in the line of
land Boys'
We have an extensive and well selected
stock of Suits, also Ulsters and Dress
Overcoats in great variety. Styles and
Prices that will suit you.
We make a specialty of
Men's Fur
You should see our assortment and getj
prices before purchasing.
D.F. Riddell
V. a
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