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PUBLI8HE0 KVBRY WEDNESDAY. «. BRONSON. 1. M. OARR. BRONSON & OARR. Editors and Proi^'-'ir.. SUBSCP" Nearly, tap' •ICE. The writor's name must aocompany any artl* OloforjgbUoation.asanevideno of good faith FIT THE FEET. PRSO B. BLAIR. A TTORNKY AT LAW. Office In the City Hall «L Block, Manchester, Iowa. O HYSiOlAN and Surgeon, will attend to oalls promptly at all hours of the day or night, C*amont, Iowa. J. J. LINDSAY. M. D., PHYSICIAN, rj •160 900 not°tV° -a the slip of paper upon whloh u» printed, appears the date to whloh -V?r.!8 Paid'or, and a renewal la always respectfully solicited. Our Shoes are Bit the Ordinary Kind. MEN'S HIGH OUT, HEAVY SOLE, Winter Shoes worth $2.50.0ur price only'... E. T. Qrassfield, (Successor to Qrassfield Bros.) Our Business Directory. ATTORNEYS. W. DtnfttAM. B, B. BULBS W. fl. BOBBX8 DUNHAM, NORRIS ST1LM. ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND NOTARIES £*. Public, Speolal attention given to Colleo* ons Insurance, Real Estate and Loan Acts. )fflce in City Hall Blook. Manchester, la. 0. YO&AN, H. F. ABHOLD. 2£. J, YORAK* YORAN, ARNOLD YORAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW. and Real Estate Ol Agents. Office over Delaware County State Bank,Manchester, Iowa. C. E. BBONBOZT. IS. M, surgeon and Eye Specialist, Office hours for eye vases ana fitting glasses 1:00 to8:00fp. m. Offloe corner Main ana Frank Un streets.' C. BRADLEY, M. D. H. M. BRADLSY, M. D. BRADLEY & BRADLEY. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEON8. Franklin Btrcet, Manchester, Iowa. DENTISTS. O. A, DUNHAM. C. L. LEIGH DUNHAM & LEIGH. Dentists, onice In the Adams building on Franklin street. Telephone 215. C. W. OORMAN, DENTIST. Offloe on Franklin Street, north of the Globe Hotel, Manchester, Iowa. Dontal Surgery In all Its branohes. Makes ?equent visits to neighboring towns. Always at offloe on Saturdays E. NEWCOMB. over Clark ft Lawrence's ou Franklin street. Grown DENTIST,at.Office nridgo work specialty. Will meet patients at Farley Wednesday of each week. 82tf store V6TKRINAVIIAN. DR. J. W. SCOTT. ETERINARY Surgeon, and Dentist. Main Street. Telephon 2 E9TXRXD AT TBS POSTOMCB AS MAHOCTSTBR. IOWA, AB BBOOIO~OLABB XATTBR. They are the kind that make you want "another pair just like these.'""'""""" MEN'S SATIN CALF SHOES, medium heavy sole, English back stay, sewed with three rows of silk thread. We guarantee every pair, only $1.50 WATCH OUR TRADE GROW. a MANCHESTER, IOWA. a^iaMi HOLLISTCR LUMBER GO. LUMBER and all kinds of building materials, Posts and Coal. Corner of Delaware and Madison streets. THOS. T. OARKEEK. ARCHITECT AND BUILDING SUPERIN TENDENT, 8. E. Corner, 8th and Main St. Dubuque. Iowa. SCHARLES. THE TAILOR. HfERCUANT TAILOR and Gents Famishing ill Qoods, Manchester, Iowa. OABB. BRONSON CARR. A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Speolal attention given to collections. Office In Democrat Building. Franklin Street. Manchester. Iowa. piARPENi^coNraANCTOBft BDILDKK. fine in aVoTaSm«!i,teu !& S&2& faction guaranteed. Plans and estimates fur nished. Work taken In town or country, Shop of river. near the stand tower on West Side O. E. GATES. CITY PHYSIOTANS. DRAYMAN, Am prepared to do all work in my line. Moving household goods and pianos a specialty. All work will -receive (s A. J. WARD, irompt attention. A share of your patronage solicited. Charges right. Give your draying toamaowhohasoomotoetaj ^. LAWRENCE A GREMS. DRUGS, 601E MANCHESTER MARBLE WORKS IS prepared to furnish Granite and Marble JL Monuments and Head Stones of various de al cms. Have the oounty right for SipeJB Pat ent Grave Cover also dealer in Iron Fenoes. Will meet .11 competition. Wall Paper, Stationery, Paints, Oils, etc. CityHaublock. PETER BOARDWAY. DEALER IN flour, feed, hay straw, Maquoke ts lime, stucco, and common and Atlas ce ment. Telephone lis. Lower Franklin St. A. E. PETER80N. DEADER IN Groceries. Provisions, ery, Fruits, etc. Main Street. J. M.PKARSC. OF THB PEACE AND COLLECT OR. All business entrusted to him given prompt attention. Office In City Ball block, second floor. ALEX. SEPSTROM. ENERAL BLACKSMITH, horseaholng a specialty. Interferring and oorns ourea or no pay. Prices reasonable, and the best of work guaranteed A share of the publio patron age Is solicited, Shop on Franklin street, near tne bridge. Bualneaa Opportunities For All. Locations in Iowa, Illinois, Minne sota and Missouri on the Chicago Ureal Western Railway the ven best agri cultural section of the United States where farmers are prosperous and busi ness men successful. We have a demand for competent men, with the necessary capital, for all branches of business. Some special opportunities for creamery men and millers. Good locations for general merchandise, hardware, harness, hotels, banks and stockbuyere. Oorres- Slaple W. N. Bo\NTOK. J. F. MoKwiR. BOVNTON MoEWBN. WATCHMAKERS, Jewelers and Engravers dealers In Watobes, OlookB, SUyer and 'Plated Ware, Fine Jewelry, Speotaoles,Cutlery, MuBloal Instruments, eto.. Main street. A. D. BROWN ealer in furniture eto., and undertaker. Main Street. P. WBRKMB1STBR. n.ENERAL DEALER IN FURNITURE, \J Coffins. Picture Frames, Eto. A atook of furniture and Upholstery always on hand, at prioes that defy competition. A good Hearse kept for attendance at funerals. Tllle, Iowa. /1LOTH1NO and Oents furnishing City Sail Block, Franklin Street. riLOUB and Peed. Manufacturers of tbe eele bratod White Satin and White Pearl Flour. K1DDBLL I CO., Ilnery etc.. rkRY GOODS, Carpets, Millinery, Bate and Caps, Boots ana Shoes, Uanohester, Iowa. A. THORPE. Pder ondence solicited. Write for Maps and Leaflets, W. T. Seed, Industrial A^ent, 604 Endlcott Building, St. Paul, The large ana increasing circulation of The Iowa Homestead in this county is a matter for congratulation to the publishers and to good farming, for, ol all the papers of its class in the coun try, It is easily the best and most help' ful. Its Special Farmers' Institute editions, issued with the regular edition the first week In each month, have been for years the admiration of cal farmers. ALLEN FT STOREY. terms for The Homestead and its Spec ~i LOTH IN CJ and Gents furnishing goods. Oor 111 Farmers1 Institute Editions,together nor Main and Franklin streets. with The Poultry Farmer ana The Farmers' Mutual Insurance Journal. GILDNER BR08. B. CLARK. TkltY GOOD8, Nations, Carpets, Gent, Fur 17 nlahlnK goods, etc. Frantun street. QUAKER MILL CO. Spec! Com LLOPBIETOB OF KALAMITV'S PLUN Store aul Dealer In Clothing, Boots, Shoos, Notions. Mo. Masonic Block Manches ter, Iowa. E. T. 8RA8SFIELD. BOOTS AND SHOES of all grades and prtc__. Custom Work aiid Bepatring given speolal Mention. Store In City Hall Blook. a BO. S LISTER, JAKDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, ETO, II Keeps a first-class tinner and does all kinds of repairing with neatness and dlspatoh. Store opposite First National Bank, Main St. T. P. MOONBY. ^Suoaessor to Lee Bowman.) "DLACKSMITH and Wagonmaker, Delhi, Iowa. Work done promptly and Jn a work 'Patronage solicited. IStf Iowa. unlike manner. Charge* reasonable. Your TNSURE YOUR PROPERTY ajralnit ojrolone, aid tornadoes In the old reliable Phoenix usuraooe Oo,, BHONSON Cl GARB, Agent,. ilal Farmers' Isntltu^, tdl for $1.90 ime In and order them. CUCUMBER, & Elder Flower Cream is the best pr .. for the face from the Sprinsr Winds, 1 Ing and soothing, It keeps away blaok heads and other blemishes. Guaranteed pure and will not grow hair on the face. All kinds of Hair done to order. MRS.Work c. B. BATON. Oyer Harness Store, Main Street. IStf Mauohester, Iowa. E. RICHARDSON, USi! Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Office over tbe Racket Store Manchester, Iowa. Shaw Is paying a high premium for government bonds, which are being bonght In at a great expense for the purpose of "relieving the money mar ket." To many it looks as though Wall street was being given a great deal of relief by the present secretary of the treasury.—Clinton Advertiser. Judge Penneypacker's Discovery. What poor dabBters at statesman ship were Washington, Adams, Jeffer son, Franklin, Hamilton, Madison and Websterl How little, too, was accom plished by thB heroes who fought in the revolution and In the war of 1812! Judge Penneypacker, republican candl date for governor of Pennsylvania, SBJ-S "this country never became a nation until the republican party came Into power."—Philadelphia Kecord. Trust Trading Abroad American manufacturers last year sold in foreign markets $40,000,000 of their products.' Is It not idotic to say that they can be "crushed" in their own market by competitors whom they un dersell in all the markets of the world? Should British iron and steel makers undertake to form a trust like our Steel Corporation and raise prices to the high figures which give our trust profits of over 8112,000,000 a year, Germany and every other ateel-making country In Europe would send into their market steel at natural prices, for there is no tariff of 45 per cent to shut it out.— New York World. gsi ggg Sitting Near a Volcano Desiring for tariff revision is not a sudden outburst. Anyone who is fam iliar with the temper of the west, as revealed in the newspapers or in com mon talk, knows that the fire has long been smoldering. It has not been for the sake of providing entertaining reading that republican conventions in Oregon, Idaho, Wisconsin and Iowa have recently declared for revision. The republicans are in such earnest about the matter that Speaker Hender son says their bitterness in his own district can hardly be imagined. If Hanna, Henderson and the school of politicians whose motto is, "After us, the deluB«" !L'..Vr^S,.S5B2St8(l.Kl.Ao.aui work in my In the crater they can reckon upon an expiumuu tvlU|w.. —1,1. continue to choke the vent RO upon ihlnh tha withdrawal of Speaker Henderson is a light puff of smoke.—New York Even ing Poet. Why Deny It? Many of the republican papers of the (Hatrfctare trying to rete»e'-lhe fa*. that Judge Birdcall, the republican candidate for congress from this dis trict, is a Btauncb prohibitionist. Why are they.doing this? Are they asham ed of prohibition, which their party candidate supports Mr. Birdsall is a strong prohibition 1st. He is acknowled to be one of the strongest prohibition judges in the Btate. He has during his career as judge on the bench in his district been known to be hard on the saloon men and other mulct dealers. He has gone out of his way as a district judge to prosecute and punish men whom he believed to be guilty of supporting sa loons and intemperance In Intoxicants In any manner. rock If the republican papers are ashamed of the stand that their candidate haB taken in the matter of prohibition it would be far better for them to keep still In regard to it than to attempt to prove that he has not been a supporter of prohibition. The fact remains that he 1B a prohibition judge and that he supports the matter of prohibition from the bench and in private life. He baa rightfully earned the reputation of be ing a prohibition judge. The faot can not be successfully denied BB a matter In whloh to secure the voteB of the anti probibitionlsts. Judge Birdsall is. a prohibition^ all Btatements to the con trary by republican papers notwith standing. Why deny it?—Waterloo Times Tribune. S Prefers Boies. all practi- Wrltten wholly by farm' 'nod ere, they are full of actual experience, Ewl' and smell of the soil. We have been fortunate enough this season to secure four of the most valuable farm publi goods. cations in the country, that enable UB to offer the four In connection with our own paper for 81.60 for the entire five one year. This is emphatically a gooc thing, and no farmer in this county should fail to take advantage of this offer. For a large line of thoroughly ractical farm reading nothing has ever een offered before that equals It, county paper, a farm paper, a poultry a farm insurance paper and the It appears that the disaffection towards the republican candidate for congress in the Third district did not subside when Henderson withdrew and Birdsall was nominated. Even the Boone Standard,edited by W. H.Gallup, rook ribbed republican' of forty years, cannot Bwallow the pill dished up in tbe monkeywrench district and prefers Boles to BlrdsBll for congress. In tbe IsBue of last week the Standard said editorially: "The nomination of ex-Judge B. P. Birdsall for congress in the Third dis trict Is looked upon by many good re publicans in Boone county as a very weak nomination. It is certainly a long distance between Speaker D. B. Henderaon and ex-Judge Birdsall in all that makes up an able and influential congressman. Judge Birdsall Beemed to be more than usually uufortunate in many of biB speeches in Boone county and laid himself open to criticism that newspaper and political influence warp ed hia judgment. Another who had business before him, remarked, that be was a dangeroue man on the bench. His opponent, ex-Governor Boies, aside from his politics, would be afar prefer able man for tbe Third district to have in congress to ex-Judge Birdsall." We publish the above article from the Standard and request the-republi can papers of the Third district to "Please copy," Tbe above editorial simply'goes to show that the republi can diBaffeotlon is wide spread and re publicans, many of them, prefer good, clean democrats like Boise to the milk and watery candidate of their own party.—Boone Democrat. ttmm "Wtl Ji, i®5 -,'v% £iwi V' 1 "If Pa Was Strenuous.' My pa be'H meek un' gentle. too, an' I dorit stand no shv.v Ho never tried to who'jp tilings up lie simply lets 'em He never save* the country, ho just sits around an* sighs. An'when somobody tramples him lie only bats his eyes An* stand* for it. un* doesn't kick, an' never makes a fuss. I'd feel a heap more silislled if pa wus stre nuous. My pa, he doesn't seem to think that parents ought to give Their hoys a reputation when they have their lives to live If pa would only ginger up, an' get a hustle on, Tnon I'd come In for noticcs an1 pictures, too— doggone! It would be Hoe to havo them correspondents huotin'us. An' wrltin' thiugs on what I said—if pa was strenuous. If pa was only strenuous—then ev'ry timo I'd sneeze. Or whon I'd git th'owed off a horse, or rob some apple trees. Or smash the school house windows in, or break somebody's g.ue. The papers would be full of It, an' all of 'em would state That I was strenuous, indeed—but pa don't oare a cuss. I wl*h't he'd got a move on him, an' be real strenuous. My pa—If ho would do his part, I'd get a llttlo fame, Au'ev'ry onu in the world would know my giv en name An'I could light an' pan' toir, bnt folks would say "I'ehaw. That boy's the livid* Inuge of his rustllu', bustl- In'pa!" But pa, he goes along so smooth, an' never makes uo fuss, An'never knows what 1 could bo if he was strenuous! —Baltimore American. The Oleo Makers. Oleomagarine manufacturers are to be required to furnish the commission er of internal revenue, at frequent in tervals, samples of the Ingredients used in their product, and also the finished article. This decision was reached yesterday after ItepreBentative Tawney, who led tbe dairy forces In tbe house last session and secured tbe new legis lation, explained to the commissioner the apprehension of members of the National Dairy Union that unlesB close watcb is kept in some Buch way the spirit of the law would be violated. Mr. Tawney stated that be had been told that natural produots, such as cotton seed oil and burut salt, are being uBed in the manufacture of oleomargarine to give it color like butter. The com missioner agreed to issue an order that would require oleo makers to keep the department Informed by Bampies that can be analyzed If desired by the de partment chemiBt. Random Notes. Breed is all right, but the cow which will produce tbe most butter from the INVOSTMA"* o'""" AF mnnop is the best animal for the butter maker. Because certain families of animate are most highly prized is because they have a distinctive faculty for production along a certain line. Don't let an in dividual of a heard go because she is not of a fashionable color or stripe. Ttre-flritpresWwt of the Vermont. Dairymen's Association, Mr Mason, of Richmond, WRB a large, heavy man. He was an eminent dairyman and one time when speakiug of the necessity of care fulness in this matter of driving COWB from the pasture, he said he always sent the laziest man on the farm—he was not allowe'd to have a dog—and if that was not satisfactory "he went him self." A high record for seven days, truly says the Philadelphia liecord, is not al ways a good one, so far as Bhowing the actual value of the cow Is concerned. The true test of a cow is tbe number of pounds of butter she produces in a year anditscoBt. ThereBultB for a single week may be from exceBBlve feeding, with extra cost of labor but such COWB, however, are usually capable of giving good results for a month or year also. If tho cows are well fed, regularly watered with pure water and kept clean, then extremecleanlinessobserved In milking and handling the milk, all of the milk vessels sterilized by tbe UBE ot boiling water or Bteam, the milk proper ly cooled as soon as drawn—if these precautions are take tbe milk will reach the consumer in such a condition that it will whet bid appetite for more, and an increase of demand will make us a better price.—Creamery and Dairy. Feed the Hogs Soft Corn. There is no better feed for young hogs. Soft corn is better balanced ration, as far as it goeB, than sound corn, that is, mature corn, for the reason that it makeB a more nearly balanc ed ration. The heat was not suflicient ly great nor the seaBon BuHiciently long to develop the full Btarcb content. Nature develops the germ before it provides the plant food with which to support it after germination has com menced. Therefore, we expect our readers to make greater gains on their hogB fed on soft corn than those fed on sound corn, that is, mature corn. There will also be a good deal of spoiled wheat this year—Bhriveled, bleached and sprouted. Tbe shriveled is a more nearley balanced ration than the mature wheat. Tbe bleached wheat while light in weight, has yet nearly the food equivalent of the Bound wheat Tbe sprouted wheat bas perhaps two thirds of the feeding value of the wheat before it was sprouted. Millers will give you little or nothing for these therefore, feed them liberally to your young stock, particularly to growing stock, whether shoats, calves, lambs or wbat not. For finishing, It would be best, per haps, to give more or lees of the fully matured corn. We would, however, feed this sparingly, because it haB a market value outside the feed lot and will, no doubt, bring a good price this year. Q.'his year'a experience may poB sibly do a good deal toward correcting methods in vogue in feeding hogs on the western farm. We are giving our hogB a great deal too much tar eh, too much carbonaceous food and not enough ilesh and bone formers. We will have to correct this Booner or later, and the sooner the better, and when nature compels us to correet it, as she is doing this year, it is not a bad lesson and may in tbe end be not unprofitable. In fact, we sometimes get in lessons from adversity greater value than we ordinarily obtain from prosperity.— Wallace's Farmer. MMtfMSk MtAi 9-5 MANCHESTER, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1902. VOL. XXVIII--NO. 44. 1 LAUNDRY: Qo to the Excelsior, for genuine satisfac' tion in all lines of laundry work. Telephone calls will receive prompt attention, and all work will be called for and delivered. Phone No. 195. EVA A. ROWLEY, Prop. Positively Last Visit. DR. E. R. PERKINS, SPECIALIST. HOTEL CLEARENCE, in 1'ainlesB Extraction of Teeth. No other vlBlt until spring. Impressions for plate work must come in tbe forenoon to insure time for finishing. If you have bad teeth try our method on one and you will be glad to have such a chance to get rid of them all. No after effects! Our Expert Opticians are receiving grand praise from one end of our route to the other. \Ve have a large quantity of high priced apparatus for testing the eyes. The best that was ever brought to your town, and to more thoroughly adver tise our our work we have reduced the prices for this visit to 93.00, $2.50, 82 00, 81.50 and 81 00, according to frames selected. Fit, material and frames guaranteed. Examination Free. NOVEMBER 6. THURSDAY, jT"! •. I tr# READ THE DEMOCRAT. A FALL EPIDEMIC) IE? SYMPTOMS: Trousers bng at the knees in spite of repeated pressing: cont doesn't tit and the vest is so fresh that it makes every thing else look shabby chilly feeling around the edges, especially nights and TREATMENT: Anew suit, also a light overcoat. They eighteen dollars apiece, up. HA If mornings. Scharles make will cost from SCHARLES, THE TAILOR. Great discount in prices in curpets and carpet samples for a few days to make room for new patterns in Ingrains. These built our business. These sustain it and will increase it to still greater proportions. We look back on the past with pride and satisfaction, and forward to the future with hope and confidence. A larger and more varied stock, better values cannot be found. 150 samples at cost. Elastic Cotton Mattress. Equal to the best hair at one fourth the price of the hair mattress. A trial of CO nights with privilege of returning if not satisfactory in every respect. Finch & Lillibridge. "*Vr \j3frh, w! 4%s 3k a *e ar vi 7 'u^ SltSliliii anTihm»Jia!Sn£^M?i0?"or Pftb.In cl08e toTSie shelved m»kiSiJm fiTr •raa^w?K.lP There you will find: S ""a uTI)c democrat RATES OP ADVERTS •PACK. One inch Two Inohes.. Throe Inohes. Four Inohes Five Inohes.. THE ELWELL KITCHEN CABINET. l,P-,n1,10 ^kesthempe^ecUyiUrtl^htuMie^croHeU 16 £6 00. 50 0018b Column.... Column. One Column., ^,1xp!to discontinue, ratlon contract win be chanted ai. cording above scale. perm?.MC"d',notBIC6edlng N"®1 »5-00" in?«5f™s' ten cents per line for the first So nt !S°t?gon®V8 CCn" pet 11116 'or foIm Bed Blankote. iiiou cver S A SHOE Each Florshcim Shoe ts a Station Receiving for the invisible transmission ol comfort. They ore faultless as to finish, style and fit. Custom made in everything |.. Headquarters.. 64011«»'»« The Housekeeper's $$ Best Friend, .iA 9X The great economizer or woman's time and strength. It affords a con venient place for aU utensils sswell as materials used in. cooking. The tin lined flour chests and spice boxes Sampness rotect the contents from mice, and waste. Every part can be readily cleaned, and nothing about its construction to get out of order. avBbeeDt?M?butcomparatively tothelr sHace utmost to produce labor saving tools forlhe farmer mechanic, little attention has harm M\en to dcvlcos that will save labor In the iioino. Tnis cabinet is one of tbe bestdevlees 3JE"ils.u""- centralizes all of the ma?erlals SSd .itensll?, us^d In op compact uod convoDteDt fona( thus saving many needless stens It prescn es the full strength of tea, cuftee and spices and other materials that lose their tb0 atmosphere. Exevy pSrtTincludingtheSour bins, fs e£Sv r? •lulJ2.'. cleaned ana aired as thoroughly and easily as an ordinary basin inMiao o'' Mi? a room, not more than an ordinary Kitchen table 25x88 1JB'floor- The base stands 30 Itches high, it contains two tin lined flour (one of which has two compartments, and the other holds 100 ttvs of iinuri slide in and out on a steel track, thus removing all friction. Th«*r« nr* i.MAth»t oard, together with a large iu uuuer mo top.<p></p>SSEw the top case consists of a pi hardwood cutting boards that slide in under the lower shelf cupboard are hinged two cabinets ninca are two shelves each, protected b' and closing, on the rlghl 0 Of doors. In these cabinets ?*ch, protected by dowel rods to prevent tinware from falling nut in in?w° rl &t w? !.lv0 l,n fiPlco 11 c^er%cSiln^us^ltn?!ffi!r Th10,?1'1?8 boxes, 3x3x5 inches, and two ifn'ii1i«ii™ ???as8lms,'ourw.001°n drawers lu addition drawers, which may be used to hold ten. coffee, rice clovos' Cinnamon, allspice, tumn.gs and VerS 1,av8 a rlm °rmmd AUSTIN D. BROWN, THE FURNITURE nAN. n,B edK° Bs" Ul,t 1,,mber atul "n,8to1 ln ###w*ee«ee*s There Is No Reason Why You Can't Have Just jS 4} What You Want. Just Qo To The Racket Store. Shoes and Rubbers, for fall and winter, Fleece Lined Wrappers, 'I Rain-proof Duck Coats, And all kinds of Mittens and Gloves. Watch for the Swell New Line of Premiums with W. W. FORD'S FRAGRANT PREMIUM COFFEE. W. W. FORD. r—r~ v" r*m Complete Liwe^of Fall and Winter Shoes, for men are now ready for your inspection. We have them in Enamel, "Patent Kid or Patent calf in all the late styles. Wt can also show you all thejmodern styles in calfskin shoes. Call in and let us show them to you. KINNE & MADDEN. FOR 1 School Supplies! We have everything needed in Text Books for the city and country schools in new and second hand. Our line of Tablets, Composition and Note Books surpasses all previous lines shown. A fine line of Pencils, Pens and Penhold ers, Rulers, Pencil Boxes, School Bags, Erasers, Crayons and Drawing Instruments. Call and see us or send your children. Respectfully, Anders &. Philipp. 1 Central Pharmacy.