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To insure publication in the is
sue following, all correspondence
must be wailed so as tu reach this
office the Saturday previous to pub
John Mangold and family visited
at Mrs. Thos. Coleman's Sunday.
Miss Maggie Riley of Manchester
spent Sunday at her home in this
N. B. Richardson and A. W.
Savnge have returned home from
Mrs. Jas. McEnany and daughter
Blanch departed for Dubuque Mon
day where Blanch will undergo an
operation for appendicitis.
Thos. Burke and wife celebrated
their 25th wedding anniversary
Saturday, and were surprised by a
large party of friends. All report a
The following item will interest
many of ourreaders:—Minnie Bish
op was born in Delaware county,
Iowa, July 18, 1872, and died at
her home in Duluth, Minn., May
10, 1907. Hhe was united in mar
riage to Frank W. Gould, March 1",
1905, who, besides her mother, Mrs.
Mary Bishop of Cedar Rapids, four
brothers and two sisters, Bhe leaves
to monrn her loss. Her remains
were taken to Cedar Rapids, Iowa.,
and interred in the Oak Eili ceme
T. Noble is not improving as rap
idly as his friends wish for him too.
Bob Fishel of Manchester .was
Born, to Guy Phelps and vvif
May 15, a boy.
Mrs. JohnLattimc ot Manchester
is visiting at the Ellis farm.
E. B. Hess and son visited Mrs
Hess at the Shanitarium Saturday
Mrs. Dr. Lindsay of Manchester
visited her father, .Mr. Cole, and
Owing to the continued rainfall,
some of our farmers were obliged
to plant corn Sunday.
Mrs. Dr. Dittmer and daughlei
of Manchestsr were visitors at the
A. B. Ilolbert home Friday.
At the home of the bride's parents
in Dubuque, May 12, at eighc o'clock
p. m., Miss Collinson of Dubuque
to Wm. Brown of this place. The
groom is one of Greeley's boys and
is better known as "Bub."—Home
Grandma Williams has returned
from St. Paul, Minn, where she has
spent the winter with her son, Clint.
Mrs Gertie Diesch and Nellie
Fowler spent Sunday with home
Isaac Fisher and wife, were in the
county seat on Friday.
Mary Barger and Blanche Hol
thaus wera in Strawberry Point on
Corn planting in this locality is
not yet finished owing to so much
Will Rutherford and his mother
drove to Manchester on Friday.
Lem Harris, Lew Gordon and M.
Thomas were in Strawberry Point
Nettie Fowler visited friends in
Edgewood Thursday and Friday.
We'll miss the hearty hand shake
of some of the candidates now.
A number from this vicinity at
tended the S. S. convention at Man
chester last week.
Mrs. John Wheeler of Delia is
visiting her grand-daughter, Mrs.
Miss Pansy Griffin visited friends
and relatives in Delhi Friday.
Miss Lynch visited friends in
Mrs. T. A. Hefner and son were
the guests of Mrs. Ilarley Hefner
Ernest Nicholson and Henning
Hockenson completed the business
course in Rock Island college last
Miss Esther Ortberg and Miss
Alma Nicholson attended the Sun
day School convention in Manches
Mrs. Dr. Hefner of Monticello
visited MrB. Harley Hefner Satur
Mrs. Delight Meader of Cedar
Rapids is visiting her'mother, Mrs.
J. M. Kingsiey.
Miss Morris visited friends in
Manchester last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Benda have gone
to their home in Manchester.
James Haven returned the ITrst of
the week from a visit with friends
Mrs. Adam Erbe and baby of
McGregor were recent visitors at
the home of her mother, Mrs. J. B.
Messrs. F. A Grimes, W. S.
Page and R. A. Gull were attending
court at Waterloo during the week
as witnesses in the case—Phelps vs
A son and heir was torn to John
Strader and wife on Tuesday, May
20th. It is an "eleven pounder".
Congra ulations are in order.
The Warner company was ia
town Wednesday enroute for Elk
part. On the evenings of June 1st,
2nd and 3rd they will hold forth at
the Opera House in this city.
Union memorial services were
held at the Congregational church
on Sunday evening. The sermon
was delivered by Rev. Gilford and
was much enjoyed by the large con
School closed Friday for the
spring vacation. Spencer iSmiili
was neither absent or tardy during
H. W. Putz is considerably under
accustomed place in the store.
James Haven and Lizzie Craig
-went to Dubmjuo the latter part of
the week for a visit with relatives.
Miss Katie Moreland returned
Sunday from Dyersville and Du
buque. She has been taking treat
ment at Dubuquo for hemorrhages
o£ the head. She was accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. J. B. Moreland
who also returned home Sunday.
Rev. Gilford and family were
pleasantly surprised Tuesday even
ing, when a large company of towns
people called to welcome them as
residents of our burg. The gather
ing took the form of a pound social.
The next and last regular meeting
of the T. C. R. 0. will be held with
Mrs. Walker June
J. E. Burns will depart next Mon
aay for Ft. Buford, North Dakota,
where he will take the position of
foreman for James Burton on his
government contract at that place
We are sorry to have John leave us
for the summer, but he is a compe
tent man and Mr. Burton could not
have picked on a better one to sup
erintend his work.
23rd it is the plan ot the club to
close the years work and pleasure
by attending the Chautauqua at
The marriage of Henry Eike and
Miss Josephine Hofer will be cele
brated next Tuesday, June 2nd.
Moses Wheeler and wife went to
Dundee Monday, where they will
visit for awhile with Frank Whee
ler and family.
II. L. Main is about the proudest
man along the street since yester
day, occasioned by a nine pound
boy. The mother and boy are doing
finely and Harry will come down
to terra firma eventually. We con
gratulate our popular shoe man
hile smoking bis cigais.
The marriage of Miss Franc Pet
rie and a Dr. Caldwell of Epworth
occurred at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Petrie,
at Sand Spring this afternoon, Rev
J. F. Bindenberger performing the
ceremony. We understand that the
newly married couple will depart
immediately for New Mexico to
make their home, where the doctor
will open an office for the practice
The public schools in Hopkinton
were closed last week on account of
a light case of diphtheria reported
at the home of A. K. Cramer. The
school board and health board wise
ly thought best to dispense with the
school for a week rather than run
the chances of further outbreaks
among the pupils. No more cases
have developed and the youngsters
are at their lessons again.
The deputy state veterinary Haz
lett and T. A. Shipley, who hav
been responsible for the quarantine
at the Dr. Livingston farm, were
town yesterday. Th?y went out to
the quarantined herd, looked wise,
made a cursory inspection of the
landscape and the wire fences,
charged up per diem and mileage
to the state treasury, and went
home again. They incidentally in
quired ot the doctor if he was ready
to have his cows killed oil', and Dr,
Livingston told them to go ahead
with their rat killing whenever they
were ready to proceed in accordance
with the law.—Leader.
Miss Addie Oehler went to Earl
ville Saturday evening, remaining
over Sunday with relatives and
Miss May me Toomer of Delhi
was a guest at the Toomer and Lip
pert homes in this city for several
llrs. George Krapfi and two
daughters of Petersburg were shop
ping and visiting relatives here Sat
Mrs. Jake Schmidt of Almcral
was visiting at the A. Hesselmann
home in this city the latter part of
Miss Louise RalTaitf went to Man
chester Saturday evening to visit at
the home of Mrs. Hradley for sever
Joseph Bagge and Henry Nurre,
B. Wente, Clem Schwears and
Ferdinand Freking have gone to
Minnesota to visit a week at Heron
Lake, Grilfillan and other points,
J. W. Krapfi and wife of Water
loo arrived here Saturday and re
mained for several days, "guests of
their numeious relatives. They
came to attend "a house warming"
at the home of his nephew, John
Krapfl, and family near Petersburg
Mrs. J. B. Moreland and daugh
ter, Miss Kate, returned to this city
Saturday afternoon from Dubuque,
where they had been the past two
weeks, the latter being a patient at
Mercy hospital. Miss Moreland
sulfered with hemorrages of the
head and was operated upon. She
is getting along nicely, news her
many friends will be glad to hear.
Thomas F. Schrunk of Osterdock
and F. A. Grimes of Colesburg
were in the city Monday morning
while en route to Waterloo. These
gentlemen informed us that the
farmers in their district are far be
hind with their spring work. Some
farmers will do well if their corn is
in by the (ith of June. They have
a clay soil and the heavy rains have
kept tlie ground in bad condition
for spring work.
The home of John Krapll and
wife between this city and Peters
burg was the scene of a delightful
gathering last Monday afternoon.
It was a genuine lioute warming, so
to speak. The people have recently
completed one of the most com
modious and modern arranged faim
residences in this part of the state
an 1 a host of friends took advun
'age of an opportunity to spend a
iy nilh these people in their new
house. Though the weather was in
clement on the appointed day. the
assemblage was one of the largest
the weather these days. We hope he
may soan recover so as to take his seen in this vicinity for many a day!
The host and hostess made the after
noon and evening one of much
pleasure, the guests enjoyed them
selves at dancing, feasting and va
rious amusemunts. It was an event
not to he soon forgotten.—News
S. T. Knox and baby
visiting at Coggou this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cook, of Karlvill •,
wero business callers here Monday.
Mr. Josyln of Coggon visited his
brother Mert the iirst of the week.
The Kensington club and Busy
Bees will hold a bazaar at the home
Mrs. Arthur Congar, Friday,
June 5th. Dinner 25cts. Icecream
and cakes will be served in the even-
Mr. Lattimer and sons Hugh and
John visited home folks at Eliza
beth, 111., over Sunday.
A large crowd from here attended
the Sunday School convention at
Manchester Tuesday and Wednes
A. B. Ilolbert has carpenters re
pairing the barn on his farm at this
Miss Cora Rolfe visited at the
James Rizer home at Manchester
Elsio Lawrence of Manchester
visited her friend Sarah Wall a few
days the past week.
John N. Rector returned home
from Ames Friday morning. He
has been attending school there the
Miss Madonna Brecknn is sewing
for Mrs. W. I. Miller at Earlville
Joe Strickland of Manchester was
a business caller here Friday.
Prof. In man and wife of Manches
ter and Mr. Joseph were guests at
the J. N. Rector home Friday.
Mrs. Akin and three children of
Waterloo are visiting at the Rolfe
Miss Ethyl Breckon returned from
Sac City Friday where she has been
teaching the past year.
Miss Eva Rector of Manchester
spent Friday at her home east of
Elmer Clendenen and Mrs. James
Clendenen went to Dubuque Satur
day to see Mrs. Mary Clendenen
who is in an hospital at that place
She returned home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dunham wen
to Earlville Saturday to attend Dec
oration services at that place.
Chas. Hoag and wife of Greeley
were calling on friends Saturday.
Will Schultz of Waterloo was in
town Saturday enroute for his home
Chas. ICinber was a Manchester
Miss Anderson of Epworth visited
her friend Sadie Bell a few days the
Glen Tabor of Cedar Rapids visit
ed home folks over Sunday.
A. Stone and wife took dinner
Sunday with Will Smith and wife.
Ben Sark was home Sunday.
Mrs. H. Jeffries and son, Crisie,
were in Manchester last Tuesday.
Mrs. Stone and son's, Chester and
Harold, and Kitsie Sark attended
the picnic at the Daisie school house
Mr. and Mrs. Fause and family
spent Sunday at the Strain home
Miss Lillie White is on the sick
Oscar Hock ad ay was in Thorpe
Dan Sark was in Manchester
Miss Addie Angell of Earlville
was a guest at George Angells last
E. B. Porter and John Porter Sr.
were in Almoral last Tuesday.
Dr. E. W. Warner went to Iowa
City last week with Mrs. Tom
Bowers who submitted to an oper
ation. Mrs. Seiler went along to
care for her.
Miss Maud I-Iolbert of Straw
berry Point visited Mrs. Barnes re
Mrs. Betty Hefner of Waterloo
visited Mrs. C. D. Stone last week.
Mrs. M. G. Albrook is visiting
relatiyes in Chicago.
School closed last Friday with a
picnic on the school grounds.
Miss Bernice Riinmer of Delhi
and Mr. Dale Belknap of Golden
were married at Waterloo Saturday,
May 23, 1908. Congratulations and
The M. E. Aid society will have a
supper at G. A. R. Hall on the night
of the primary election, June 2.
Pansy (iritlin was down from
Mrs. George White and Mrs. Pat
Britt were Dubuque shoppers last
R. M. Bondurant and wife went
to Waterloo Friday returning Sun
Miss Nellie Denvers of Chicago is
visiting friends at this place.
Miss Mable Holtzman of Edge
wood is visiting friends in town.
J. B. Thompson of Manchester
spent Decoration Day in Delhi.
P. F. Wragg is on the sick list.
Miss Daisy Curry visited at the
homo of her brothor in Manchester
George Angell and family went to
Earlville Saturday to attend the fun
eral of his father, Gilman Angell.
Mrs. E. P. Wintenhergis visiting
her people in Epworth.
II. II. Porter and wifo were in
Drv weailier last Monday.
rrea lieix of Lamont delivered a
nice herd of cattle here last Wednes
day for A. McEnany.
Rob Johnson and vvife of Water
loo were visiting friends in this vi
Misses Anna Morris and Anna
Spang of Waterloo and Hartley
spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends here and also attended the
ball here Friday night.
We are glad to report that Clar-
ence Strain, who was accidently
shot a week ago Sunday, is improv
ing very nicely and will soon be
able to be around although he still
has the bullet in his skull.
Mrs. S. C. Barthoff of Cedar Falls
is visiting with friends here the
W. J. Strain of Richmond, Vir
ginia, arrived here last weok to see
hiB son Clarence. Miss Gertie and
Will Strain jr. were also here.
James Ilickey met with quite an
painful accident last Thursday
evening. While operating a sausage
machine in the butcher shop, the
top of the second finger was nipped
off, necessitating amputation at the
first joint by Dr. Bradley,
Decoration day exercises' were
held at the M. E. church last Sat
Fred Regatz of Dubuque is acting
as drug clerk here for a few weeks
while Mr. Mulvehill takes a vaca
Miss Mabel Mosher was a passen
ger to Winthrop Thursday.
Misses Mame Ryan, Mame
O'Hagen and Mame McMahon spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends
at Cedar Falls.
Miss Alma Sulliva attended
graduation exercises at Winthrop
Thirty-eight couple attended the
ball here Friday night. The attend
unusually small on ac
count of the weather and bad roads.
All presont had a fine time.
M. Maroney's new residence is
going up in fast style those days.
Mr. Pellv of Lamont is doing the
Considerable improvements is
being made here this year, new en
gine house, residence, elevator, ce
ment crossingB, walks, etc. Nothing
like it, only getting started right.
Masonville is certainly a busy little
iss Bessie Cooney of Oelwein
spent Sunday with Mrs. JameB
Mrs. E. F. Mulvehill left Monday
morning for a week's visit with rela
tives and friends at Waterloo and
Town council met Monday even
ing and transacted considerable
business. Next meeting will be held
in the new council room connccted
with the new fire engine house.
A. J. Bruce of Manchester was a
business visitor here Monday.
E. F. Mulvehill and Miss Alice
Mulvehill left Wednesday for Water
loo and will attend the wedding of
Miss Matilda Schares at Gilberts
STARTS A BIG BOOST
St. Louis Shows the Courage o!
the Convictions of Her Pros
HAMES "EE-EIIPLOYMENT DAY'
Ser.ds Abroad for $5,000,000 Worth
iler Contribution So Far to the Work
lor lliohe lte-LImployed to
Do—Many Idle Arc
At St. Louin, Mo., during tlio last
weok of May the Xntiouul Prosperity
ASfc'ociutinn mrrled on a canvass with
employers lu have June 1 recognized
as"Ke-employment Day" by the restore
tion of employes who were laid oft* be
cause of the recent depression. As the
rc-sult of that canvass favorable an
swers have been received by the as*
sedation from several hundted employ
ers in this vicinity, and it is conserva
tively estimated that 37,r00 names have
been added to the payrolls in St. Louis
and on the east side of the Mississippi,
including East St. Louis aud Granite
City, comparison being made between
the number employed May 1 and the
showing of the payrolls bcglnnlu
Newton Boardman went to
kota this week to look after
St. Louia Starts the Boom.
Information gathered by the officers
of the National Prosperity association,
it is announced, justifies the estimate
that orders for over $5,000,000 worth
of goods have been sent from St. Louis
houses to manufacturers scattered
throughout the country during tbe past
two weeks. E. C. Simmons, chairman
of the executive committee of the Na
tional Prosperity association, stated
that the firm of which he is the head
has mailed orders to reach different
manufacturers of the country on June
1 aggregating over .$1,000,000.
Sent Out MB Boost.
Willi each order wi-nt a brief''letter
to the manufacturer saying: "The In
closed order is one of a number of ag«
greuaiiug over .fl.ron.MKi which we
are sending out today to reach manu
factuivrs «m June 1. Thi is the date
tbat has been sug!rc*t'.".l by Hit* Nation
a' l'rospe: ity asMH-i.uiou as 'lie-Era
PLOYIIM-nt I ij'TY/ j'tul iluse orders are
contribution from to give manufac
turns a basis for iln- re-eaiploymeut
of as many workinguu as possible.
Examples of ihe Order*.
It Is stat'd thai )!•.- bulk of tbe or
ders has goue to is!cm manufactur
ers. As examples the orders i.ue culls
for three thousand* tuns of pig iron:
another calls for the stock of p!g iron
to run one of the largest stove fao
tories here until the end of the year,
and the orders generally embrace ev
er.v kind of hardware, cotton and wrol
If you want to lind out how busy
men are. paint a red ring on your
door. Every man who passes will stop
to find out what it is for and then
wait until the next man comes along
that lie may tell about it.—Atchison
Trollope's Recipc For Novel Writing.
Mr. Trollope wrote immeusely and
never waited for inspiration. He said
the best recipe he knew for novel writ
ing was a patch of cobbler's wax on
his chair and to take great care he sat
on it.—"Loaves From a Life."
Long and Short.
Farmer 13.—This 'ere paper says they
nin't nothin* fr an appetite like Jong
tramp. Mis Wife—Land! They dou*t
know what they're talkln' about. A
short one c'n eat just ez-much.—Patb
Synopsis of the Proceeding* tn the
Rminte and tn the House of
The conference report on the cur
rency bill was Inicl leforc the senate
on Wednesday atnl Aldricli annonm ed
that today he would move to
take it up and keep it under consid
eration until disposed of. The senate
passed resolution calling for audited
accounts of ex-postmasters who served
between 1SU4 and 1S74 where accounts
lme not been certified for payment
under the net of March 3, lS&'l.
After three hours' debate the house
Adopted the report on the Vreeland
Aldrieh currency bill—100 to 140—nil
the Democrats voting against It. Four
teen "Insurgent" Republicans voted
with the opposition. The following oth
er measures were passed: Providing
for the erection Jn Washington of
pedestal for the statue of John Wither
spoon granting to the interstate com
merce commission additional authority
in the matter of requiring reports of all
accidents on interstate carriers, and re
vising the tariff laws of the Philippine
In the Senate Thursday Aldrieh
called up the currency bill and
Teller, Owen (OUla.), and Newlands
spoke in opposition. Bills were passed
requiring interstate railroads to equip
locomotives with ashpnns that will not
require employes to go under the loco
motive to dump and clean them, and
to promote the safe transportation of
The house passed the following bills,
with others of less public interest: In
corporating the Brotherhood of St. An
drew and incorporating the congres
sional club, which is composed of the
wives and daughters of senators and
members In congress.
The passage of the govern
ment employes' liability bill and
the adoption of conference reports
on the public buildings and the
deficiency appropriation bills immedi
ately followed final action on the Aid*
rieB-Vreeland compromise currency
measure in the senate and disposed of
most of the remaining important legis
lation before that body. The senate
passed the currency bill by a vote.of
43 to 22. Later the senate adopted the
house resolution for sine die adjourn
ment at 31:50 p. m. Saturday, and
when that hour arrived the session
came to an end.
Having concluded its labors for the
session the house adopted a resolution
to adjourn sine die at ten minutes be
fore midnight. Before the passage ot
this resolution the public building bill
was passed—214 to 4—Willams keep
ing up his filibuster to the end. Other
bills passed were: gvantlng pensions
to the surviving officers and enlisted
men of the Texas volunteers authoriz
ing the issuance of guns and ammunl'
tion to the Memorial university of Ma
son City, la., and providing for com
pensation to government employe for
Injuries received while in the perform
ance of their duties.
TEN MORE VICTIMS OF A ST0EM
Twelve Others Injured, Some Fatally
and Kuin and Desolation Wrought
Ten dead, twelve injured hun
dreds of head of cattle killed, a vast
acreage of crops destroyed, and ruin
aud desolation are the suits of a se
ries of tornadoes thnt visited Alfalfa
county, Okla. The dead are: Mrs. Guy
Hutchinson and baby Peter Rudy»wife
and two children Mrs. Elliott, Mrs.
Parker and baby, and U. ('. Atcbisou.
The injured Fred Tarker,
Wares, Daniel Deals, Rev. It. I). Cox
and Mrs. Frank Ice and baby, fatally
William S. McDonald, Delia V. Mc
Donald, Mrs. Waters, Edith Cox (aged
seven), Ethel Cox (aged nine), and Ada
Cox (aged seventeen).
A storm seemed to enter the county
from the west, north and northeast sim
ultaneously. Every obstruction was
CR0WNIB SHIELD IS DEAD.
Retired Admiral Expires in Phlladet*
phia Following an Operation
on His Nose.
Admiral A. S. Crowninshield, U. S.
N., died at the Epsicopal hospital at
Philadelphia Wednesday. The ad
miral, who had been retired, was in
the hospital for about a month and an
operation was performed on him. for an
alHietion of the nose.
He never fully recovered from the
shock of the operation. The immedi
ate cause of death, however, was hard
ening of the tissues of the body. Mrs.
Crowninshield was at the admiral's
bedside when he died.
Presbyterian Assembly. M'/'T
Tne Presbyterian general assem
Diy ai Kansas City discussed the
reorganization of administrative agen
cies and adopted the report of the com
mittee on that subject, which recom
mends various changcs. Evan
geli'/ation in the United States through
tbe medium of home missions and Pres
byterian and other Christian colleges
also received attention. A popuiar
meeting in the interest of home mis
sions was held in Convention hall at
Meat Inspectors End Session.
The conference* at Chicago of
the chief meat inspectors from all
packing house centers of the country
was concluded aud Secretary Wilson
of the agricultural department left for
Ames, la., where during the next ten
days a demonstration of the govern
men*'* treatment of hog cholera will
A Liltlc Matter Among Friends.
Two bovs were in lighting atti
tude. like bantams Another ».md a
smaller one stood watching them, wip
ing his eyes, sobbing the while.
"What did yer bit him for?" said
'Tain't none of your business
"Yes, it Is. lie's my friend."
"Well, he's my friend too." New
Apples For Health.
A correspondent writes to ask us
what he should do when his doctor
pays him more visits than are neces
sary We would remind our corre
spondent of the old saying
An apple day
Keeps the doctor away.
But tbe apple must, of course, be
His Merit Card.
Mother (surprised) Why,, Johnny,
bow did you happen to get the merit
card for good behavior at school this
week? Small Johnny—It was like this,
mamma. Harry Joues won It, and I
told him If he didn't give it to me I'd
punch him.—Hebrew Standard.
Car Load Received
Of|the Peerless Woven Wire Fence-and Gates.
TliiB fence must, be seeti|to be upjjrectaied.
Our sales have constantly! increusitl in it, a
sure sign that it gives satisfaction.
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A CURTAIN LECTURE
Blame that curtain 1 Of course, you've got to have fresh
air in the bedroom. But that's no reason why that curtain
should flap and.
knock and band so that you can't sleep
wake the wife up and start her telling you a lew things.
And don't blame the wife either. Don't blame anybody but
get up early and hunt up the agent for the
"American" Shade Adjusters
He'll stop all that trouble for you. Put one of these fix
tures on your bedroom window—adjust the shade anywhere
you want it—open the window top and bottom if you choose
—lie down and sleep as you never did before. No more flaps
and ban|fs—a clear conscience, plenty of fresh air, a refresh
ing sleep and no more lectures from the Mrs. Try it. See
the man today. He'll put one on for free trial.
American Shade-Fixture Co., Lincoln, Nebraska
O S A
H. O. SMITH
Tirrill & Pierce
Loans, Real Estate
G.W.DCN1JAM, E. B. STII.KS, W, FL, KORRI*'
DUNHAM, NORRI8 A STlLKS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND KOlAFlKh
-".Public, Special attention given ic ^cl'.esi .3
lug, Insurance, Rent Estate ana Loan Agents
Office la City Hall Block. Manchester, Ia.
YORAN, A YORAN.
AT LAW, nice over Dei*,
ware County fcUatu fiaiilc, Manchester, Is.
C, K. BRONSON, HCBERTCAFCR,
E, M. OAHR, HKNHY BHONSON.
BRCNSON, CARR A 80N8.
A TTOKNKY8 AT LAW, Rpeoial ftttehUon
A. Ktven to collection*. Oflfce tn DMnoertt
lSuUdiitK ranhlhi Street, Manchester, low*.
FRED B. BLAIR.
AT LAW OfTlcetnt&S
Sx Block Manchester, low*.
H- F. ARNOLD.
1 TTORNEY AT LAW, Offlce over Delaware
A County State Bank, Manchester, Iowa.
DR. L.J. BOWMAN.
HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Manchester,:*
Ofllce ID the Conger butidloR' on
Franklin St., Opposite the City Hail. Afella'
answered promptly. Special attention given
3 Ol I11P
eye, ear, nose and throat.
U. J. LINDSAY. M. D..
Surgeon and Eye SpecUIst. Of
lice hours tor eye cases ana fitting glasses
1:00108.00p.m. Office corner Main.audVranlt*
DR. T. J. BURNS.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. All profes
-L slonai calls promptly answered, day or
biKlit. Office opposite tbe Post Office. Tele
phone 100. Residence telephone 2oi.
MANCHESTER MARBLE WORKS
prepared to fnrnlsb Granite and Marble
Uonumenti and Head Stones ot various de
signs. Have the county rlgbt for 8lpe*s P»|lent
Grave Cover also dealer in Irou fences. Wei*,
meet alt cou'.petion. vi
ANDERS A PHILIPP.
AND STATION KBS, Toilet
Article*, I'uter. Patois, and OUa.
Corner Main and Krankiin Streets.
DR. J. W. SCOTT.
Mum street. Teiepliono 239.
WA1CII MAKl£R, Jeweler and Engraver
dealer in wutcbes.ciocks.tillveraita Plat
ed Ware, Khio .Jewelry. Hpectaolfs. Cuiterr
Musical lust luinetits, etc., Main SUeet. "1
A. O .BROWN.
furniture etc, aud UudertafiS
riENERAL DEALER IN FURNITURE
IT CofllDs. Pictures Frames, etc A oomph
block of Furniture and upholstery atw»»s
band, at prloes that doty competition, A good
hoarse kept for attendence at fuueratfi. Karl*
J. H. ALLEN.
and Gents furnishing goods Cor*
ner Main and Franklin street
and Gents furulBhtog gools. City I
Hall block, Franklin street. I
GOOD9, Notions, Carpets, Gents For*
nlsUIng goods, etc. Franklin street.
T\KY GOODS, Carpet**, Millinery, Hats and
J/ caps, Boots und Shoes, etc., Malu street.
HUTCHINSON A ATWATER.
TTARDWARE, STOVES. TINWARE, ETC..
JJ. keeps a first class tinner and does all kluda
oi repairing with ueatness and dispatch. Store
opposite First National Bank Matu Street.
THOS. T. CARKEEK.
A^^fcCT AND BUILDING HUPfiMN
ILNDENT, s. L. Corner, 8th aqdMain it
WM. DENNIS. '. J'
1ABPENTER. CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER
V-/ 1 am now prepared to do all work in nv
ltue in a good aud workmanlike manner. Sad£~
**laDB and estimates fur
nished. Work taken tn town or oonnty fihou
near the stand lower on west Side of river,
B. W, GREMS,
0, E. PETERSON.
DEALER in Groceries, Provisions, Crockery
Fruits), olo., Muiu Street.
«l. M. PEARSE.
Offloa In City Ball moan
DENTISTS. Oillcoou Franklin stroet. north
rr .of. Jtlu Globe Hotel, Manchester, Iowa.
Dental Surgery in &H lis branches. Makes fra
quei visits to neighboring towns. Always at
office on Saturdays,
E. M. NEWOPMB,
Office over Burton
store on Franklin street,
oridgo work a speotalty.
DR, H. HEYKENS.
DENTIST, Office in Adams' Bldg. Telephone
81B. Successor to r. Leigh, uernian spo»
IARPBNTBR AN BOIL Ff. Bbop on
Howard St., eatl of Mertz'a bam, TM.2K
Now I am roady to ta*o ontraots to
work of uuydeicrtptlon.
O. H. MILIAR
F. E. RICHARDSON. $
Real Estate, Loam and
Office over South Side of Main
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