ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
Mrs. S. A. Strickland, was at Ce
dar Rapids Frldayj
—Mr. and Mrs." A. B. Holbert of
Greeley wot-o in the city last week.
:—Mr. and Mrs: Ilyron Bronson do
parted Wednesday Tor Muskogee, Ok
—-Alleii Lcttoy was at homo Thurs
day i'i lit and Friday from Doloit,
l-'ral Collard of Cedar Rapids was
entertained at the home of his par
t-sin: Saturday and Sunday.
•r-.MiS3 Helen Brtidley visited at
the home of Mrs. W. H. Long last
week, returning to Grinnell Sunday.
—Tiie Delaware county corn
hibit for the Omaha Corn Exposition
was shipped to Omaha, last Saturday. call for active service.
•!—E. Matthews, jr. has entered the
employment of H. H. Lawrence in the
oijoo.'storo, beginning his duties Sat
—E. J. Middle-ton went to Olln Wed
nesday to spend Thanksgiving at
ttao homo of his sister, Mrs. J. J.
—Rov Hilton and John Masterhan
state university. I
—Miss Frances Dorman of Fayette I Cedar Rapids resulted in the unani
has been a guest of Mrs. A. M. Cloud I inous election "of Colonel, Allen to the
for several days, returning home the I position of Colonel of t|e 53rd regi
first of the week. I ment.
»-Mr. and Mrs. Glen G. Conger and
Mis. Gertrude Conger. Hoffman of OUR TEACHERS AND THEIR SAL
raiibu'iue weiVi entertained at the
(pine of Mrs E. J. Conger Thanksgh
•Mrs. Ellen Johnston returned
ijqme Saturday evening from Cedar
^j&aplds, where she had been visiting
"her daughter, Mrs. Mildred ~Roth
—Mrs. Alma Mosher of Fort Dodge
was a Guest at the Loop home on
Butler street last week, leaving Mon
day morning for a visit .with friends
at Dubuquq Monday.
—Mrs. A. Holllster went to Bel
yiderc, Illinois, Monday for a few
days' visit st the home of her son,
Holllster and will go to
Chicago the latter "ps^t of the week,
where she will remain until next
«ygsek with Mr. Holllstetv
—.1. E. Frentress and family left
Wednesday morning for Denver, Col
orado near which, city Mr. Frentress
iitands to liye for perhaps two years.
He has rented his large farm east
of Thorpe, and has purchased from
the government a tract of irrigated
farm land near Yuma.
-—The Carnegie library has recent
ly peceived some new fiction, the
books being placed on the shelves I Q0i0ny
V/ednesday, November 25. The
lection includes "The Prospector" by
-Ralph Connor, "The Little City of
Hope," Marlon Crawford, "The Gen
tlemen from Indiana," Booth Tarklng
ton, "-Rejuvenation of Aunt
Anne Warner, and "That Printer of
Udell's." H. B. Wright. The "Re
juvenation of Aunt Mary" has been
staged daring the past year and is
one of the popular productions now
^entertaining theatre goers. The book
accordingly as interesting.
Cil-l of '76" by Amy E. Blanchard,
"The Hoosler School Boy" by Ed
ward Eggleston, ."Sunbonnet Babies'
by Eulalle Grover, "'Raftmates" by
Kirk jMunroe, and "The Merry Ad
ventures of Robin Hood" by Howard
—The second annual short course
in agricultural and domestic science
pljl• of the Iowa State college will be held
"lit Manclioster .February 15 to 20,
1909, under the directorship, of Prof.
Is. G. llolden.. The officers of the lOr
oal association- are Henry Brayton of
Manchester, president Frank Brooks
'of Hopkinton, vice president Jos.
-Hutchinson of Manchester, treasurer
a'nd Frank D. Joseph of Manchester,
secretary. The department superln
tondents are T. H. Carrothers, Ryan,
live stock .(horses and beef cattle)
L. S. Fisher, Edgewood, live stock
(hogs, sheep and dairy cattle) H.
E. Robinson, Manchester, agronomy
Chas. Cl'ite and J. E. Frentress. both
of Manchester, grain contest Geo. S.
List jr. Manchester, domestic science,
The county representatives are Jos.
Hurd of Peosta, Henry George of
West Union, and W. B. Warburton of
Independence. The value of a short
course in agriculture was fully dem
onstrated to the farmers of this sec
tion .last winter. The work was very
itself. Diversified farming Is markedI
as in no
—Col. H. A. Allen of Independence Union, comprising eight districts,
was in the city Saturday, and stated Lulu Hlgman, Delhi Nellie Sullivan
during a conversation that the United Dlehl, $32 Maud Sheppard, Hopkin
States government hid doubled the ton Mary Evers, Hopkinton, $32
appropriation for the Iowa National Kathryn F. Evers,' Hopkinton,
guard, thereby permitting the mill- Verna M. Bacon, Hopkinton,
Vary authorities of the- slate to plan
greater and more complete arrange
ments for coming mgneauvcrs and iu
purchasing equipment. The addition
al money was awarded on account of
efficiency that is, the rank of the
Iowa state troops has been considera
bly raised during the past three years
Although the ate national guard en
lists the services of only tweny-six
hundred men, yet la marksmanship
military science and efficiency, the
statistics show that Iowa is included
among her sister states that are able
to respond in twenty-foiir hours at a
nas been tor a number of years a
member of the board which endeavors
to secure from the legislature cer
tain appropriations for the state
guard, and although any .amount of
persuation seemingly Is ineffectual in
securing what the committee con-
alders an adequate amount of money,
yet the government's timely assist-! ley, Mae Carrothers, Dundee, $30.00
nice, and recognition of the state's Sheldon, May E. Taylor, Lamont,
tvere at homo Friday and Saturday! efficiency is greatly appreciated by I $35.00 Spring, Mary Coonrod, Dun
from Iowa City where they attend
(thel the goid|ery
Salary $35 each.
Mary Newman, Edgewood Myrtle
Marshall, Edgewood Olaf Beeman,
Edgewood Edith Barr, Strawberry
Point Catherine Snyder, Greeley
Ellen Funk, Edgewood Myrtle Wells
Manchester Alice McKinnls, Man
Chester Ethel Raus, Manchester
Minnie Barnts, Thorpe.
Mllo, comprising eight districts.
Salary $35 each.'
Cora Crosier, Manchester Mattie
Morgan, Delaware Verna Wilson,
icceBsful from every ..
About two hundred farmers attended North Fork. comprlslngj?ine districts
last year. In addition, more than lri.
fifty school boys realized conslderablekatle
bbove. Advanced and
classes will be formed to accomadate
both divisions. The executive com
mittees and faculty are planing more
extensive and elaborate courses,
which will be more helpful and profit
able. The Northwestern Iowa short
course district is one peculiar to
"othar district. ArrangemenU
to be given away to the best ^n^y
grain reisers iu the district, which
includes the counties of Mitchell, Ho-1B
ward, Winneshiek, Allamakee, Floyd
have charge of all work.
„f this copimonwealth. I dee, $35.00 Pleasant Hill, Irene
resignation of Colonel Dows of [Clubby, Dundee, $40.00.
comprising eight districts.
Salary $35 each.
Blanche Muckler, Ehler Marie B.
Robinson, Ryan Isabel Keeley, Cog-I
on Nellie Coleman, Ryan Katie
Reagan, Ehler Alice Houlahar,|
Ryan Lena Kehrll, Ryan.
Salary $35 each.
Lizzie Gerkln, New Vienna Sister
M. Helena, Earlvllle, R, 2 Antoinette
Strelt, Earlvllle Rose Raker, Dyers
vllle Lizzie Clemans, Dyersvllle
Blanche Bahnlng, Dyersvllle Henric-.-]
ta Bishop, Dyersvllle Ethel VanAnda
Coffin's Grove, comprising nine dls-l ieckner,
Salary $35 each.
Wm. A. Douglass, "Manchester
'osephlne Raders, Manchester,R. 5
:race Snyder. Masonvllle 'Myrtle Jor
.an, Dundee Mayme Peddergast, Ma
unville Agnes Midklff, Manchester
Srvln Whitman, Manchester
E. Ryan, Lamont, R. 2 Mayme Ryan,
comprising eight districts.
Helena C. Rohenkohl, Dyersvllle, R.
$40.00 Ada Sheppard, ^Colesburg,
Rose Wessel, Colesburg, $35.00 Ber
tha Putz, New Vienna, $4Q.OO Ger
trude Wildebour, Earlvllle Auguet]
Mary,"j Domes, Dyersvllle, ,$35.00 Katle Hoe
fer, New Vienna.
comprising five distrlctr.
Emily Brown, Manchester Pearl
I Cox, Oneida Myrtle Hofacre, Man-
I Chester Nettie M. Stewart, Manches-
works: of Alice and Phoebe Cary, "As per Enlss Tabor, Manchester
*a Chinaman- Sees Us" by Qratton.l Delhi, comprising seven districts,
and History of Greek Art by P. B. I Genevieve Cavanaugh, Earlvill
Tarbeli are among the number of I $30.00 Artaxena Scanlon, Delaware,
volumes which the library offers to 1136.00 Jessie Harrison, Manchester,
Then the children have
$30.00 Etta Nleman, Delhi, .$30.00
JesBle Burton, Delhi $32.00 Verga Da
vis, Delaware, $32.00 Margaret Gran
field, Delhi, $30.00.
Hazel Green, comprising nine dis
Salary 33 each.
Nellie Mulligan, Hopkinton Julia
Duggan, Ryan Florence Joslyn, Man
chester Anna Ward, Manchester,
Marie Fleming, Manchester, Lizzie
Mahoney, Hopkinton Verna KUng,
Coggon Allle M. Whitney. Coggon
Mayme McDonnell, Coggon.
Honey Creek, comprising ten dls
comprising seven1 districts.
Salary $30 each.
are being made to give each branch I Barivllle Mrs. Sarah Huftalen, Onei
industry- careful consider-j^a
atlpn.-in proportion in ProPorllon
its importance. Every farmer In the Salary $35 each.
district should,come or send a mem-
ber of his famiiy to the meeting. The I
Helen .Cramer, Hopkinton, $32
sle LeClere, Hopkinton, $32
Elk, comprising nine districts.
Fountain -Spring, E. Mary Farmer,
Greeley, '$30.00 Harris Grace Noble,
Greeley, $30.00 Malven Elizabeth
Wlsner, Greeley, $35.00 Oak Grove,
Florence Baskerville, Greeley, $30.0f]
Pleasant Grove, Helen Schneider,
Greeley, $35.00 Ridgevllle, Sophia
Maehlkamp, Greeley, $30.00 Spring
vale, Martha Brockmeyer, ColeBburg,
$1D.00 Sunny Side, Elsie Jones,
Earlvllle, $35.00 White Oak GroVe,
Estella Klaus, Colesburg, $35.00.
Town of Colesburg.
Earl Wisdom, Colesburg, $70.00
Mabel Moore, Colesburg, $40.00 Nel
lie Jones, Colesburg, $40.00.
Town of Delaware.'
Ind. of Delaware, Wm. Smith, Del-|
aware, $60.00 Ind. of Delaware, Ber
tha Ryan, Delaware, $35.00 Ind. of
Delaware, Margaret Glew, Delaware,
Town of Delhi.
High School, Maud Hulbert Pri
mary, Mattie Mullan Intermediate,
Town of Earlvllle.
Ind. Dlsta. Guy D. Ribbell, Earlvll3
$75.00 Ind. Dist. Delia Roberts,
Earlvllle, $40.00 Ind. Dist. Iva Dunn,
Earlvllle, $40.00 Ind. JJist. .Mattie
Murley, Earlvllle, $45.00.
Town of Greeley.
Guy Rawson, Greeley, $100.00
Daisy LeMaster, Greeley, $50.00 Net
tie Mullen, Greeley, $50.00 Myrtle
Town of Hopkinton.
Hopkinton Ind. Lew McDonald,
Hopkinton, $80.00 Hopkinton --Ind.
Luella LeClere, Hopkinton, $50.00
Ind.' Nell Earhart, Hopkinton, $50.00
Hopkinton' Ind. Anne
City of Manchester.
J. R. Inman, Supt. $1300.00 per
year Alice Jones, music, $55.00
Maude tJraham, prln. $77.50 Eunice
Ejestone, asst. $67.50 Nina Carhart,
o.-8t. $65.00 Hattle Anderson, asst.
$65.00 .Bertha Schroeder, 8th, $55.00
Lillian Stewart, 7th, $45.00 Jennie
bblns, 6th, $45.00 Delia Matthews,
4th, $45.00 -Cora Pelley, 3rd, $45.00
Hhma Sefstrom, -2nd,
Keep, Primary, $57.50 Cecil Cotter,
5th, $40.00 Grace Rallsbach, Kinder
garden, $45.00 Malda Allyn, asst.
$10.00 Susan Cook, North, $40.00,
Etta Miller, North, $40.00 Sue Rich,
West $40.00 Bertha Wlnnard, West,
Whitman. $40.00 Florence Lunger,
$40.00 Nora Griess, $50.00.
New books for Wednesday, Decem
ber 2, 1908.
Qreene, Sarah—Cape Cod Folks.
Cooper, T. F.—Last ofthe Mohicans.
Bacheller, Irving—Eben Holden.
Crawford, Marion—Mr. Isaacs.
White, Stewart—The Rlverman.
Delhi Erma Cummlngs, Manchester
Mary Egglman, Manchester Walta Lo
Todd. Manchester Edith Sheppard, I Clark, Kate U.-How Dexter
Manchester Ressa Batata, Manches
Salary $30 each.
profit from their work at the shortjceUa Stoll, worthington,
will be -held on
second aniTual meetlngI Lockwood, Dyersvllle Anna B. Mur
the dates named |phy, Hopkinton KaUe Oehler, Earl-
beginning! ville Anna R. Lockwood, Hopkinton
Mary A. Callahan, Dyersvllle Alice
Bejle, Dyersvllle Verna E. Tritg'e,
Bannerman, Helen—Little Black Sait-j
The Delaware county farmers' in
stiute will be held in the court room
at Manchester, January 14, 15, andl6,
Binning Earlvilte: Sadiefcal experience assisted by
W. Belle,, Greeley Cora- Rolfe, Man-
Carrie Bryans Wendell Bas-
Earlville L. a Bishop,
slng eight districts
AnnU MancheBter wi
\e8ter. R. 6 Agnes
Chicltasaw. Fayette, Clayton, Butler I South Fork, comprising .nine dls
Bremen, Black. Hawk, Buchanan, Du-I tricts
and Delaware. The expense of I Salary 135 each.
attending the short course will be re-1 Mary Fitzgerald, Worthington
duced to a minimum. The tuition In I Teresa A. O'Brien, Hopkinton Mln
the grain and stock Judging classes I
nvllle Mary E. O'Brle
S. Zeuch, Hopkinton Mary E,
will he $2 50 in the domestic scienceI O'Brien, Hopkinton Grace Simons,
clnsses, $1.60. This includes admis
sion to all lectures and evening enIklnton
tertainments. The State college at
Ames will snde the full short course
faculty the members of which -y111
I Hopkinton Genevieve O'Brien,
WATER POWER HELPS
ley, 3rd, $4&.w I
Town ot Ryan.
Grace Annis, $60.00 M. lit. Dolphin,
$37.50 Nellie Preston, $37.50 Anna
Lovell District, No. 9..
M. Kness, Montlcello, $35.00.
Town of Edgewood.
T. R. Roberts, $85.00, Laura Beyer,
$50.00 Mary Meyer, $45.00, Lydia
la the world. The plsnehetssre not1. *100 REWARD^ (100.
milled the field from edge" to edge be-' The readers of this paper -will be
lng one flat surface, with the design 1leased to learn that there Is at
struok in, or sunk! The periphery' least one dreaded disease that science
(so called edge) Is reeded. has been able to cure In all Its
At. last we have the features of a. stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
real Indian on our coinage. The cen- Catarrh Cure is the only positive,
tral design on the obverse, presents
in profile the strong features of the
male Indian, with long extending and
wide full feathered head dress. Above
the head is LIBERTY, which with six
stars at right and seven* at left, with
date below, completes the border sur
rounding the head. B. L. P. in mi
nute letters, indicating the designer
appear below the head. The stars
are five pointed.
The design of reverse, is, the much
commented upon eagle that -appears
on the Saint Gaudens' type $10- piece.
The incUae design, even on the small-
Richland, comprising nine districts. I er planchets, emphasise or magnifies,
Butterfleld, Eva B. FitzpatrickJ the characteristics of this muchly
Strawberry Point, $30.00 Campton, I feathered and greatly criticised bird.
Margaret Aimers, Dundee, $30 Fair-1 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA In
play, Lawrence Tanheg, Masonvllle, I semi circle at tops, with the determl
$40.00 Forestville, Minnie Sheppard, ("nation below. E PLURIBUS. TJNUM
DuiVdcfe," $30.00 Pleasnt Villi, Ada N. I In three lines occupies the field in
Cramer, Dundee, $35.00 Pleasant Va'.-| front of th»_eagle. In the opposite
field IN GOD WE TRUST in four
Those who appreciate an Innovation
certainly have it iu the new coins.
General comments on the issue will
be welcomed from our contributors.
Never before in the history of rail-J solvent tanks and other
roads was a great building project
carried out so quietly as the Pacific
coast extension of the St. Paul road.
In this great undertaking which
means so much to the Pacific North
west, more *han $100,000,000 is being
expended with as little fuss as an or
dinary business enterprise would
make in expending a few thousand
dollars. The St Paul road is not
coming into a country that needs the
aid of the promoter or the land agent
In timber alone there is almost a
competency for the new line, for the
S*- Paul management has been given
assurance '.liat not fewer than 50,
000 carloads will be given it the first
year after the work has been com
One of the wonderful facts regard-!
lng the construction of this new
transcontinental line, which Willi
stretch from Chicago and the Twin
Cities by the way of Butte, Montana,
to Seattle, and Tacoma, Washington,
Hopkinton Ind. Delia Wlnnard, Hop-||g the thoroughness with which it is I eolemtilyTwear thai the foregolut statement is
klnton, $50.00 Hopkinton Ind. Clara being constructed. It Is not generally
NeUle|Byam, Hopkinton, $50.00 HopkintonIkhown, for example, that over
mlles Dn the 8eatUe
I.adies day as usual including a
special report by two lady delegates
from this institute of the proceedings
of the Domestic science congress of
the National Corn exposition held
at Omaha in December.
grain .contest will be of special I
terest, as many excellent premulms ponahue, Ryan Mabel
Make your preparations tb attend
this farmers meeting. You will be
NEW $2.S0 AND $5.00 GOLD PIECE8
That which has been anticipated
for months is now a fact and a de
cidedly new and novel departure in
United States coinage appears In the
new type $2.50 and $5 gold pieces
Sprng Mayme C. Haas, Hopkinton I in November. The great nove.lty in
Emma Bicker, Sand Spring: AvisIthe new coins Is that the design is!
the track has been finished from
Black River Junction to Summer,
Wash. East of Seattle the road is
completed for 'a distance of seventy
five miles, and work over the Sno
qnalmie Paiii cf the Cascades is be
lt rapidly pushed. On one division
there at least sixty fills to be inade
of an average depth of seventy feet(
Ross Edward—Sin and Society.
Borrow, George—Wild Wales.
Fox, Frances—Betty ot Old Mackinaw
White, Stewart—The Magic Frost.
been done Aw\ne a
Army for Ourl
THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE.
cure known-to the medical fraternity.'
Catarrh being a constitutional disease
requires a constitutional treatment
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation of
the disease, and giving the patient
strength by- building up the constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so
much faith in Its curative powerB
that they offer One Hundred Dollais'
for any case that It fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. Cheney & Cf., Tole
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constl-'
SXATXMBNT OF THX COKDITIQW
of the Dundee Savings Bant:.
Organized under the laws of Iowa, located at
Dundee, low*. In the Count* ^Delaware si the
doie of business on tbe 38d«&j of November,.
A. II. 1008. made to the Auditor of Slate as le
Amount of blU». bonds and other evl
dencoa of debt discounted or pur
chased actually owned by tbe bank $ 32.6M 04
Amouut of oash on hand de
Sliver coin and bullion.
Legal Under and national
bank notes and substdary
J®! Drafu and cheeks on other
180 miles of mountain stretches, elec-1 same £as been Eaned or advanced to nUtaDk
Earhart, Hop-1 trfclty Is to be used as the moUve|l?,«?^P'^u^'xMM^M
power, and the engines wlll .be
tdn electric motors.
.. 1 wrankZemanek.Justloeof tbe' cwE-.
pouring sufficient number of .streams 1 township, Delaware County, Iowa.
of the Bittef Root mountains arel^.i, geeber,
to furnish abundant power for all of
the electric motors which the St.
Paul will need to handle Its trains
the mountain division. These
streams are to be harnessed at the
cost of millions. The boldness of
conception and the unobtrusive way
145 00- Lvdla I in which the work is being executed I ti^dSse of business on the «9M dajrof ^ovemer
eler In Idaho, and its-grade iwiU
marvel in the annals of railway con
WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION FOR
The Christmas Number of Woman's
Home Companion Is one ot 'he most
beautiful of holiday magazines. Its
cover is In blue and gold-depicting I
expects to maintain the! the Madonna and Child. There 4s
former reputation as second .tola beautiful painting in color by James
nothing In Iowa. Montgomery Flagg, occupying a full
A good list of questions of iffter-1 page. Another delightful and unique
est will be discussed by med of lo-1 feature consists, of two big pages of
I I U.a OanAflt IT HDVAI I
A-corn and grain contest will be
held with classes for both experts an
amateurs and for boys and girls
decorations by Ernest Haskell.
For the Christmas Woman's Home
iSpanion, Edwin Markham has]
written a most beautiful poem, "Be
fore the Gospels Were." It tells the
story of the gathering of the dls
clples after Christ's ascension. "Be
fore the Gospels Were" is greater
than "The Man With the Hoe." It
la. perhaps, the greatest poem of the
It Is seldom that a magazine—even
Christmas magazine—offers storle
by such an array of great writers as
will be found in the December Com
panion—Josephine Daskam Bacon
Anna Katherlne Green, Mary Wilklns
Freeman, Florence. Morse Klngsley,
Juliet Wilbor Tompkins.'
Above'all else, the "woman reader
will find Jhere a magazine of Christ
mas helps—hundreds of suggestions
for the making of attractive and
SandI which were just issued tl)e first was! unique gifts ideas for the table for
Blair I Incuse, Instead of being raised orj
Hopkinton, I embossed, as is the general coinage]
making delicious candiesnew neck
Wear embroidery fashions—an al
most bewildering array of practical
Christmas suggestion*. .,
cash Items not dishonored
on hand and belonging to
the bank mm*
1,13 IB l.Ukt 18
Amount subject to be drawn
at sight on deposit Willi
solvent bants or bankers:
Commercial Nat'l Bank Chi
cago, lit....... 8H
Lamont Savgi Bank Lamont
Iowa......*. 19 87
German Sav'ngs Bank, Des
Moines. Iowa 44*41
Iowa Tnist and Savings B'k
Des Moines. Iowa *38 02
90S 80 I
Overdrafts ISt 48
Ktpense Account 881 no
-value of real propertylown
ed by)bsnk.!...J«....~_ MM 10
Value of personal property
lowntd ny bank] ....I 00
Total Assets nBSM 07
Amount of capital stock aetual.y paid
up in cash S
Total Amount due depositor!
Amount sight deposits.........
Amount time deposits
Other profits on hand
19.819 71 27,7 9 48
Total liabilities ....
Amount of all liabilities to
the bank on part of its dl
endorsers..—™.—.. 1.447 96 6.170 87 1
titate of Iowa. De'aware Countr-ss:
838 AU III
We. E. 0. Hesoer. presldeot, tni A. I.,
Seebsr. cashier bf the bank above named, do
fo»8i are*booalSde the property ot
I Its coroonto ctpiclty: Mid that no put of tb*
200-1 o. Hesner, President.
Down the sides «., jnd
A. B. Schroeder,
L, O, Lawrence
Of the Condition of th* Delaware
Oountv Stat* Bank,
Organized under tbe laws ot Iowa, located at
1 Manchester, in tbe county of Delaware, at
^y"a|..Thmuoh thfllA. D. lW. 'nade to the Auditor of HUte- a«
challenge admiration. Through the
fastnesses of the Bitter Root range]
a tunnel 8,750 feet long is being con
structed by electrical power and I
through It will be operated trains
hauled by motors. One end. of this
tunnel will open In the state of Mon
tana and the other will land the trav-1
Amount of Bllis, Bonds and other
evidences ot debt discounted or
purchMed actually owned by
Amount o( .cash on hiuid.
described as follows:
Gold coin (I4JUM
Silver eomaad bullion...... 1,198 S9
Legal tender and national
banknotes and subsidiary
I Drait^ and cliecki'on"other
cMhUemi not dishonored,
on hand and belonging to
exceed .02 of 1 per cent. sohrent banks .and otter
In general the work oh the west
end bf the road between Butte and
Seattle Is nearly finished on Some
of the divisions, but the long tunnelB
and the heavy fills will take- some
time to complete. Ralls are now laid
in five different sections but the
track is not continuous for more than
7.UI1 1« S2,M 41 I
The amount subject to be
drawn at sight on deposit
Pint National Bank of
New York City....... ... 4^18 id
Flret National Bank, Chlca
,IU.-. lt/*4 15
Tacoma lire Bkiik'.' Su-41,127
tea Molnei Barton. B&uk,
Merchants National Bank.
fcpida, ia..:.s7.6?6 a
Waterloo. 1MM 11 I24.il* 911
Tbe value of real property
(owned bf the bank) 14,003 CO
The value of personal prop*
erty (owned by tbe bank).
C. W. Kesicy,
Tbeamoout of capital stock actuaUy
and road between Black river anal \paiduptncasb fioo^cool
the tunnel wiU cost probably $75.0001 amount due depositors, a.
mllA I Amoiiulilgbtdeposlts....^. 107,240 91
I Amouut time deposiu 418,111 43 535.801 at
Through the St. Paul Pass,- In tn I Tbe-amount of undivided
Bitter Root mountains work -r-
ther along the grading Is completed I on,er pranuoii iisrid (ait«r S+
to ax a a
and the bridges are built. In Seattle
the terminal work is scarcely begun.
In view of the fact, however, «at
tfre gre.ater part of the extension has
Amount of liabilities to tbe
Bank on part of the directors
time of financial
depression, the work in general is a
1.024 00 19,440 07 I
State of Iowa, Delaware County—ss*
We.W.C.Uawley, Pres., B. W.TlrrlU, Vice*
Fires,, and Chas, J. Seeds, Cashier of the Bank I
above named, do solemnly swear that the fore I
I Rom* statement is full, true and correct, to tbe I
11fe«t of our keowledjteand belief, that the aeseto I
therein set forth are bona fide t"
I said Bank tn its corporate capr
part of the same has been to
to said Bank for the purpose of being exhibited I
a portion of itsasseu. 'V^ I
CHAS, J. SK8U8.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
ireseoee by Wm. C.Cawley. K. w. TlrrUI ana
Public In and for DeUware County.
Lur* tar the Dlshonnit.
This notice has been displayed in a
London suburb: "Why pay rent when
you can hire a horse, man and a dark
night for Is per hour? Night re
movals, without disturbing your neigh
bors, a specialty."
Iron Rolled Thin.
Sheet Iron is rolled so thin at the
iron mills that 15,000 sheets are re
quired to make a single Inch in thick
ness. Light shines as readily through
one of tlieBe sheets as through or
dinary tissue paper.
Neither Borrow Ner Lend.
Neither a borrower nor a lender be
for loan oft losea both itself and
friend, and borrowing dulls the edge
of husbandry.—Shakespeare, "Ham
How to Head Off Crltlolsm.
Forgiveness. Is always extended for
the mixing of metaphors If the mixer
takes the precaution to let It be known
that he Is aware of the mixing.
Pswvrful Military Array.
Sesostris, king of Egypt, led against
his enemies 00,000 men, 14,400 cav
alry and it seytbe armed chariots is
1 1 O
Made by the Keen Kutter people, for
plated Holder and
Blades, $$ •t'
Set with Shaving Brusli
and Soap in Triple Silver
plated Holders, $7.50
Extra Blades, 10 for 50c,
Main St., Manchester
A Wise Man
Will build now wnen lumber is low in price, a point which
it may never reach ngaiij—in fact it has already advanced
but we have not changed our price, having bought a very
large stock, the largest in this section of the country, when
the price was at Ihe owe -t int. No delay, a? we have the
goods in stock. Como and see us and we will do you good. ."
COAL, LIME, PLASER CEMENT
at lowest prices.
Manchester Lumber Co-
J. W. RABENAU, Mg'r. Phone ISc
Pine and Hardwood Lumber
POSTS, WOOD, ETC.
GAY STREET, MANCHESTER, IOWA.
NO STROPPING- NO HONING
SHAVE YOURSELF IRI 2 TO 5 MINUTES
A shave every day in the year for less
than 2 cents a week.
Always Ready. Always Sharp
each dtjiible-edged wafer blade good for
an average of more than
smooth shaves, no matter how harsh
your beard or tender your skin.
testify to the perfect shaving I
qualities of the wonderful.
If you use it 30 days
and are not perfectly satis
fied, we will return your
money without question.
Every handle and blade
is fully guaranteed.
H. C. SMITH
Misses' and Children's
have given the bcIiooI bIioo problem onr careful attention I
Now we can offer yon one of the linest selections of Little Folk Shots
on the market today.
Infanta' as low as 50c. Children's 5 to 8 per pair 65, 75, 85 90c
Children's 8J to 11 per pair, $ 1.15, $1.35,1.50.
Misses' 114 to 2, per pair, 11.25, $1."35, $1.50, $1.75.
IP F. Madden.
Intense Maiden—"I metMi-.Kniiecque
just now, and he had a perfectly ter
rible expression on his face—just'like
one who knew he wag doomed of des
tiny." Practical Friend—"Very likely.
HIB wife is going to move to the sub
urbs to morrow and has just made bin**:
buy a lawn-mower."
Effect of Liquid Air on Lead.
Subject to the action of liquid air,
lead becomes elastic, and can be made
to rebound or serve as a spiral spring
during, the continuance of thlt low
Cleaning Mother of Pearl.
Mother of pearl never should be
washed with soap, tor It discolors and
destroys the brilliancy of the shell
The right method of cleaning Is with
whiting and cold water.
xeuse a wrong aollon
at some one cl.-e iloes
This Is the season of decay and
weakened vitality good health is
hard to-retain. If you'd retain yours,
fortify your system with Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea, the surest way.'
35c, Tea or Tablets. I
Sold by It. A. Denton,'1
Residence Property for Sale.
time within 40 days from date hereof,
a good house and lot in this city. Ap
P£Bfonenn, Carr & Soon, Agents
for the owoer.-
You know ns well as any one when
you need something to regulate your
system. If your bowels are sluggish,
your food distresses you, your kid-"
neys pain, take Hollister's Rocky
mountain tea. It always relieves.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
Sold by R. A. Denton.
Money to Loan at Low
Rates. Hubert Carr
When winds shriek high in fiendish
And enters winter with ills key
Protect yourself, from disease be free
Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Sold by R. A. Denton.
SSf-SllVS"1™ LIKE IT
Are you having trouble with your
kidneys? There are lots ot people to
day who wonder why they have pains
across the back, why they are tired
and lacking in energy and ambition.
Your kidneys are wrong. They need
relief without delay. Take DeWitt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills they are
for weak back inflammation of the
bladder, backache and weak kidneys.^
Sold by all drugg'sta.
House for Sale.
A well improved residence pro
perty with two acres o( land for
sale at a bargain. Two blocks from
Fair Grounds. Inquire of Bronson,
Carr & sons, Manchester,- Iowa.
There is something about Kennedys
Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it
different from others as it causes a
free yet gentle action of the bowels
through which the cold is forced out
of the system. At the same time it
heals irritation and allays inflamma
tion of the throat and lungs. It is
pleasant to take. Children like it.
Contains no opiates nor narcdtics.
Sold by all druggists.
In large and gorgeous vari
ety. All sizes and prices for
the next six weeks. Phone
C. L. ADAMS.
Jack and Jill were both quite ill.
Now each is well and wiser,
For blues and headaches have to go,
When they take an Early Riser.
Dewltt's Little -Early Riser Pills are
sold by all druggists.
LAND FOR SALE.
I In Iowa, North and South Dakota and
Minnesota. Parties contemplating in
vesting in Iowa, North and South Da
kota or Minnesota will make no mis
take in seeing me before going to
look for land, as I have gone to con
siderable expendk to inform myself
in regard to land as above mentioned
I am here to give this information to
parties interested and guarantee the
advice to be correct I will accom
I pany parties to look these lands ov
er and should they invest will refund
1 all traveling expenses. Will also
take in mill property or Btores, or
any other trade that you have. I have
In Allamakee county the best bar
gains that ever were given in land,
ranging from $20.00 to $GO.OO per
acre. Write or caH and see these
lands. C. J. WAGNER,
40 wksl2 Lansing, Iowa.
Thousands of men and women in
all walks of life are suffering frofn
kidney and bladder troubles. Don't
neglect your kidneys. Delays dre dan
I gerous. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladde
Pills afford quick relief tor all forms
lot kidney and bladder trouble. A
week's treatment 25c. Sold by all
Notice of Appointment"of Administra
STATE OF IOWA. Del.wus County,—H8.
Notice Is hereby given. That the undersoile*l
ha been duly appointed ui1 qnalnen
a*mlnltliatrixof me iitate or WUn S.roon,
late at Delaware County, Iowa. UHcmneu.
Alt pertoni Indebted to aalu eilate ate.
ed to lnakn lmmixtlate payment, *ud ibo»
having claims axal iat the same will prrtent
them, duty autbea Icated, to the undersigned
lor allowance. 43 3
listed thla 25th day ot November 1908.
MAKY DELILAH COON. Administratrix
Broi sin Carr & Sons, attorney* (or eit if,
Treatment of Guests..
jou't grudge your guests anything
they ask for In leasori, provided you
have it in the house, even supposing
you yourself disapprove of any partic
ular food or drink being used. You
ask youf friends for their happiness,
A Hard Name.
A woman author of Washington has
sued a crltlo for saying that she "has
played the lyirt of a feminine paero
phorr among the non-scientific aedlds
of Washington." We don't know what
tills means, but it is libe'.ous per Be
and the young woman ought to g£t
FAST TRAINS with
with Through Trains at
Kansas City, Omaha or
Polite attendant, tnaurs pleaaant trip
from start to fiaitb
Ask the Great Wettern Agent
Farm for Rent.
160 acre farm in Coffins Grove
township for rent on shares,
tf J. J. Hoag.
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