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08 C. B. Bronaon, Carr, y" liber^ jnjerns are Alr-Tlghl and Oil-Tight Sold by Hutchinson & Atwater. It Hubert Carr, H.nry Bronson. BRONSON, CARR A SONS, ATTOPNEX8 AT. LAW, Special au tentlon given to collecting. Offlcfe in ^Democrat building, Franklin street, Man cheater. Iowa. FRCO 8. BLAIR. ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In th* City Hall Block, Manchester, Iowa, He F. ARNOLD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office ovei Delaware County State Bank, Manches*. t#r, Iowa. MANCHESTER MARBLE WORKS la prepared to furnish Granite an4 Marble Monuments and Head Stones of various designs. Have the couuty right for Slpe's Patient Grave Cover also deaietin iron fences. We meet all com petition. TjV. M. Mclntosb) TH08. T. CHRKEEK. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER SIJPEH INTENDANT, S. E. corner 8th and Mali street, Dubuque lowa. J.. M. PEAR8E. BT1CE OF THE PEACE AND COL "'OQ. Alt business entrusted flvpn prompt attentinon. Office ii I*|Qck, second floor. ST 0ORMAN BRO*. Iffice on Franklin street lgpe» nfttel. Jtyanchester •irgery in qils its branch luept visits to neighbor &ys at office on Satur n«u fri towns. A «. OR. C. LISTER, DENTIST, Successor to Or. Newcomh. Office Hwcbeater. Iowa. Succeaaar to Or. E. JL Office over Burton Clark's QEO- LISTER. ESTATE. LOANS AND INSUH Office In C|(y Hall Black,- sac MftBcl^ester, Iowa. Telephon Tirrill & Pierce Loans, Real Estate and Insurance." F. E. R'CHARDSON, REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANCE, Office South Side of Main Street, Manchester, Iowa. Every -Uv-'v' Perfect Burners supplied wilh Air In |ust the right quantity to give acloarbrlght light. Farmer '-v. may contain something that, .will interest you. W: When-the Manager, 4 MANCHESTER LUMBER COMP^T. Yard Phone 156. J. W. Rabenau, 'Mgr. City Office Phone 455. 11867 43 YEARS- 1910 Manchester, Iowa. Capital, Surplus and Profits, $125,000.00. A BANK'that trys to be CONSERVATIVE yet PROGRESSIVE. Having ample CAPITAL for all legitimate requirements we shall be pleased to reoeive ALL, or a portion of your business. Bomember the place, the DELAWARE COUNTY STATE BANK. Operating both COMMERCIAL and SAVINGS Departments. —Forty Three Years in Same Place.— NSMESS MRECT9RY. O. W. Dunham, W. H. Nsrrla, I. e. gtlloa DUNHAM, NORRI* A STILE8. ATTRONEyS AT LAW AND JJOTAR, 1KB PUBLIC. Special attention given to collecting, Insurance, Beal Estate and jAwn Agents. Office In City Hall Block Manchester, Iowa. VORAN YORAN. ATTONBEYB AT LAW. Office ov.t Hutchinson & Atwater1* hardware storej Manchester. Iowa. »vS .-7 Wants -t '.'..--.A A Reliable LANTERN. SEE 0011 LANTERH SHOW WINDOW. & Atwater. We Have Removed Our Books to Our City ««Hce, MR J. W. RABENAU, will and all accounts will bn kept, payments /nade and estimates cheerfully famished, and lowest prices given on Storm Sash, Storm Doors and Storm Paper, Which should be ordered early so as to get them in in good season. The beet tirades of HARD and SOFT be in charge COAL and PETRO J°ur business and we will try to please you. 7*. Dr. Wlert Shallenbergei Tht Regular and Reliable Chicago Specialist, who 'ha^, visited Manches ter, cT*ry month since 1901, will be tfee Clarence House, Manchester TUESDAY, MARCH 1st, Independence, Hotel Gedney, Mar 2. (one day only) and return once every *8 dtys from 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Cures permanently the cases he under take and sends the incurable home with out taking a fee from them. .This is wh he continues his visits year alter year, while-other doctors have made a few vhuta and stopped. Dr. Shalienberger Is Si o? SSfl?*!? Buccessful specialist in nnrff proven by the main cur^s effected in* chronic cases which have baffled the skill of Many physi cians. His hospital experience and ex texislve practice have made him so pro iicie&t that he can name and locate a disease in a few minutes. Treats all curable cases of Catarrh. Nose. Throat and Lung diseases, Eye fSJJSarfc,i®tomac.h' Li,ver and Kidneys, Gravel, Rheumatism, Paralysis, Neural an'A «iHnV dla IBS'C?%eaMh^reS C0 CENTRAL WILL LAV DOUBLE TRACK :p rtsd That Contracts Have Bean Let For Double Line Between'. Chicago and Waterloo. Manchester people will be interest ed in the following article from the Dyersville Commercial in regard to the Illinois Central laying a double track between Chicago and Waterloo: Not only the report -but the assur ance is current in raiload circles, says a special dated at Dubuque, that the Illinois Central will lay double track from Chicago to Waterloo to relieve the congested condition of their tracks. It Is stated in this connection that the Illinois .Central has actually let the contracts for the work. Although no public announcement has been seen as yet, to this effect, the fact that It is to be done seems to be no secret and to be hampered by no doubts among Illinois Central employes here. A number of then speak freely of the change and an nounce that their information comes direct from an authoratlve source. "Freight is badly tied up between Chicago and Omaha," said a well known railroad man, "and something has to be done. The tracks are full of cars, and for lack of sufficient trackage the freight cannot be mov ed. It is Imperative that some thing be done, and the road, recog nizing this, has been at work for some little time in preparing for the Improvement." By supplying a double track from Chicago to Waterloo, the present dif ficulty will be largely overcome and this most welcome possibility seems near at hand if there is no mistake about the contracts being let. J. WILSON IN CHARGE OF GED /NEY HOTEL. H. J. Wilson, who formerly conduct ed the Clarence House in this city, has recently taken charge of the Gedney Hotel at Independence. The Bulletin-Journal of last week contain-, ed the following regarding the change: "The management of the Gedney hotel changed on Monday 'morning, when A. Kime, who has been in charge of the business since he sold it a week or so ago to Wm. Sohiel of Durant, M-iss., who, in turn, sold it to Joseph Moore of Kendall coun ty, Illinois, relinquished the manage ment and H. J. Wilson, formerly of' Manchester, took charge. Mri. Wilson has rented the establishment and is now in personal charge. His son, Clyde Wilson, will conduct the Ged ney theater and assist his father in the management of the hotel. Mrs. Wilson, ^who is spending the win ter in Washington, D. C., will come to Independence about the first of the coming month. Mfss Kime and brother Clifford left the first of the week for their old home in Spirit Lake. Mr. Kime remaining here for the present. The Kime family made many friends during their residence In Indepenendce, who wish them all possible success elsewkere. Mr. Wil son, -the new lanilloTd, is an old and successful h'otel man, well'koawn to the traveling public and he and his family are cordially welcomed as residents of Independence. Mr. Wil son has conducted hotels in Manches ter, Monticello, Charles City, Port land, Oregon and other points, having disposed of his hotel in the Oregon city last fall. His son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard T. Smith, conduct the Clarence House in Manchester." C. E. HAYES TO LAMONT. County Auditor C. E. Hayes of In dependence -has accepted the cashier ship of the Lamont Savings bank and entered upon his new duties Monday. The following is taken from the La mont Leader of last week: "The Lamont Savings bank has se-„ cured Clarence E. Hayes of Indepen dence as cashier, his term beginning Monday. Mr. Hayes Vwas in the city last Thursday and arrangements were concluded. The_bank Is very fortun ate, in securing th£ services of Mr. Hayes to succeed E. C. Hesner, who has made a fine record as a cashier. Mr. Hayes needs no introduction to the people of this part of the county as he is well known to moBt of the people of Madison town&hlp. His work as a banker began with the Keifers at Hazelton and was fterward cashier of the bank at Stanley for three years. He has been auditor of Buchanan cpunty for eight years and has been pronounced one the best officers ever in the of fice. In securing Mr. Hayes for cash ier the Lamon't Savings bank have acted wisely," Blood and Skin diseases, EDIIODSV.eaaes, URLCHFN rii. sease and cVumptRn ?n e^lfeuee, diseases of the Bladder and Female Or Kan". L(quqr and1 Tpbacco habit Stam mering clifed and sure method to pre vent Its recurrence again. Cuaranteed „-.™ 'V"*?®'.8- Speolal attention given to all NEW POST CARDS. The buff tint that has characterized post card® for many years will be discarded and in the near future the new card of a light blue tint will be issued. The new one-cent post card Is described as follows: Size, 1-4 by 5 1-2 inches (the same as the present "McKinley" card.) The paper Is of a light blue tint, printed In bronze blue Ink. The stamp on the card is an eclipse on end. It con contains a profile portrait of William McKinley looking to the left, with a background of horizontal lines and a border bearing the following words of the stSffi&f iimioSfpam1' Cr0SS Eye" NERVOUS DEBILITY Arei you nervous and despondent weak ipd deblllated tired mornings no am otion—lifeless memory poor easily fatigued excitable and Irritable eyes sunken, red and blurred pimples 'Rce haggard looking weak back deposit In urine and drains at stool distrustful strengtn UCQ' ^acli of energy and PRIVATE DISEASES A SPECIALTY Blood Poison, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, ™£!5!l,re,iT^ et\ Spermatorrhea, Varl- cocele, Hydrocele. Seminal Weakness and the effects of early Vice or Excess, producing Emissions, Debility, Nervous iss, Dlsslness, Defective Memory, etc. ciinSt ru,ns m,nd and body, positive! WONDERFUL CURE8 ^^e.-focted In old cases which have jKli iietetW or unsklllfulty treated takeii^rift in S.r, failures. He under takes no Insurable cases, thousands given up to die. U. S. Postal Card. One Cent. Mc Kinley," and on either side the portrait within the border, the nu meral "1." The legend, "This side of cord is for the address only,' ap pears in outline Gothic type, within a. horizontal panel of double lines above the middle of the card, on line with the bottom of the stamp. under- but curei- Consultation Free and Confidential. Aa'v *Ud. DR. WIL0ERT SHALLENBERQER, 766 Oakwood Boulevard. CHICAGO, ILL. R.f.rsnce, Or.x.1 Stat. Bank. Woman Owns Household. The wife in Abyssinia always owns the house and contents. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the Signature of «»ppy COUNTY COHmUCL- EAD'SGRQVEl Harry Way was home, over Sun day from his school duties at Cedar Rapids. Born to Ike Fished and wife on Friday, February 18th, a baby girl" L. M. Harris delivered oats to Frank Roblson of Edgewood thie week. Mr. C. Wendel of Thorpe, the as sessor, was making his yearly trip here this week. J. M. Retherford is laid up for re pairs at present. He went to get out of his sled, throwing one leg ov er the side of the box when his other -oot slipped from under him bringing his weight' down on the leg across -he box and tearing the muscles oose from the bone. Horace Barger is visiting friends this vicinity this week. The neighbors of Abner Eaton and wife gave them a surprise on Mon lay, it being their 18th anniversary. Albert Frentress, the mall carrier, was sick one day last week. A good many from this place at .ended the farewell party at Greeley on Monday last for Mrs. Chas. Way, jefore her departure for Dakota, her iuture home. The (boys) iboth old and young en •oyed themselves at the chivarl at Mr.' Kellogs Friday night. RYAN. From The Reporter. A girl baby was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. James Shover. Gene Lyness' left Wednesday even-, ing for a visit at his old home in Wis -onsin. Dr. Donnelly is looking after his interests In Minnesota this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Emry are the proud parents of a girl baby born lasl Monday. George Schley who purchased 208 acres of the Belknap estate north of town last fall has commenced the erection of a large new house on his farm. He will remove here from Cedar Rapids soon.: The Barryville creamery caught fire last Friday but the blaze waa extin guished after burning a small por tion of the roof. Rev. John Molloy was a business visitor in Dubuque Tuesday. On account of. the illness of her mother. Miss Grace Annie who has been' principal of the Ryan schools during the past three years has been compelled to relinquish her position. Miss Annls is a competent and able Instructor and the patrons' and pupils in general regret that she was com pelled to give up the work. She has: been succeeded by Miss Teresa West myer, formerly of'Dyersville, but re cently employed in the Chicago' schools. Mrs. L. R. Henderson of Coggon, was an over Sunday visitor here with relatives and friends. ONEIDA. Mrs. Maude Ehler of Ames visited at the F. M. Burbridge home recent ly. Levi Kaster of Delaware was in town" TuesBiy* .. Miss Sprague of Edgewood is vis iting her sister, Mrs. Ed Combs. Mrs. Morrison of Burr Oak came Wedpes^ay to visit her daughter, Mrs. Will Conell. Miss Qra Joslyn and brother of Coggon visited at the Mert, Joslyn home several .days the past week. They with their parents are going to move ,to Colorado soon. The Ladles Aid society dinner was Well attended, over $12 being taken They are planning for an apron and sunbonnet bazaar soon. Mr. and Mrs. Wooldrldge of Edge wood are moving into the rooms ov er the bank. He expects to open a barber shop at Hotel Ferris March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Naper returned Tues day from a several days visit with relatives in Dubuque. Mr. J. B. Howe is doing some re pairing on his house. The hew creamery is having a well, drilled. Mrs. W. P. Blssell of Manchester at tended the Ladies Aid dinner at Mrs. George Otts Thursday. .t, Mr. Chas. Naper loaded a car with household goods Saturday. He left with the car Sunday for Oregon. The family expect :to go some time in March. The Oneida Savings Bank opened Saturday. Mr. Joe Nleman from near Dela ware was In to^n Saturday. THORPE. Charles White has been visiting his two daughters of Oneida for the past Week. Mr. Joe TUp of Edgewood shipped a carload of hogs from Thorpe Mon day of this week. A small accident occurred near Oneida on the Chicago Great West ern Tuesday delaying the trains for some time. A coal car had been de railed on train No. 3. Mrs. P. Smith and Mrs. B. /Ray called on Mrs. George and Grandma Martin Monday. Thorpe has -been bravely tussling with the mumps. Mrs/ A. O. Stone and Mrs. B. Ryan called on Mrs. Herman White Sunday Miss. Nellie Sullivan and Dean Stone took in the play at Manches ter Tuesday night. Mrs. Clarence Shomock took the train Friday, night from' Manchester for her home in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. D. Sarks were, fi Manchester Saturday. DELHI. Mrs. Paul Oehler and daughter, Al ice, is visiting at F. M. Byerly's. Miss Margaret Fraser visited with friends in town last week. Miss Lisle Corbin went to Rock ford, Illinois,, last Wednesday, to re main several weeks. Mable Holtzman's school In ill Clark district will have a, basket so clal at the school house Tuesday ev en'ng. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Wintenberg wert in Farley last Tuesday to attend fp No medical meeting. E. R. Stone was in Cedar Rapldsi last week. Miss Ida Strickland of Galena, II-! llnols, is a guest of Mrs. C. D. Stone.! Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hopkins and Mri and Mrs. R. P. White were Roy Andrews was in Cedar Rapids Friday. F. A. Doolibtle has moved Into John Wheeler's house. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vesey have a: little daughter born Saturday Febru-. ary 19. Mrs. Tom Bowers has returned from Iowa Cftyv BAILEY'S FORD. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thompson and. children visited at Jas. Sheppardsi Sunday the 13th. Mrs. Amos Smith was a Delhi call-i er Wednesday. Harry Conner had business in Man Chester Wednesday. J. M. Paris was in Manchester Tuesday. ^Roy and Chas. Grommon had busi ness in Manchester Tuesday. J. W. Hartman had business in: Manchester Wednesday. Albert Galitz was a Manchester call er Tuesday. J. W. Hartman and daughter, El vira, were in Delhi Thursday. Albert Galitz moved torhls farm near Ryan Thursday. Airs. J. M. Paris and son, Phil were Manchester callers Friday. Mr. Brown has taken possession of his farm, known as the J. G. Dak er farm. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kaster and son Hiram called at Wm. Kasters and Henry ClauB's Sunday the 13tb. They left for their new home in South Da kota Wednesday. M. Breach was in Delhi Friday. J. P. Belcher visited Mrs. I}. E. Grommon Monday nlght.»He left for Doland, South Dakota, Tuesday. LENOX COLLEGE. honest. Contains injurious !Waterloo! visitors last week. Mrs. T. V. Hunt returned' to Des1 Moines Saturday. J. R. White Jr., O. A. Holdrtdge andi C. I. Miller went to Manchester Fri day to hear the King Drag lecture. Kftrt Misses Mtllen and Walters -were over, Sunday visitors at their home in OnslbV and were accompanied by six of their student girl friends. Rev. Hendee and family have move into the Carter house. Miss Lord has been obliged to miss, some of her classes the past week on account of her mother's illness.' Rev. Charles Ensign addressed the Y. M. C. A. on Sabbath afternoon. On Tuesday at 9:40 a. m. Wash ington's -birthday will be celebrate^ in the college chapel with an addres by Rev. James -S, Corkey of Wlntei set. .Rev. Corkey. is the son of noted Presbyterian minister of Irl land. He is also one ot eight broth ers all of whom are ministers. Miss Vina Brazleton enoyed an oV er Sunday visit from her mother, from Ryan. CHILD BORN ON THE TRAIN Baby Boy Born, on an Illinoie'Central '. Passenger Train on last s#* .. Tuesday night. mm A* hahv hnv wan hnrn *tn Mm Tnhn A (j, NOT A CA8E OF 8NAKES.- Greeley Press: Did you ever see an animal so long that when its head iWas In Manchester it's tail would wag in Hopkinton? We saw the head Sat urday. Yes, and we have seen the ,tall wag the animal too. I .' 7 ili STATEMENT Of the Condition ef the Delaware County State Bank. Organized under the laws of Iowa, located at .anchester, In the county of I'elaware. at the doge ot business on the 16th day of February A. D. loio, made to the Auditor of State as required by law: ASSETS. Amount of Bills, Bonds and other evidences of debt discounted or purchased actually owned by the Bank 65C0.C20 7i Amount of cash on hand, described as follows: Gold coin....i. 112410 00 -liver coin and bullion 1,232 7G Legal tender and national banknotes and subsidiary cols 8,780 00 Drafts and ehecki on other solvent banks and other cash Items not dlnhanored, ou hand and belonging to thebank 558 05 8) 348 05 22 001 70 The amount subject to be drawn at sight on deposit with solvent hanks orbank era: Plrst National Bank of NewYorkii'y 5730 88 Klrst National Bank, Chlca go,111 10.727 13. "econd National Bank, Du butiue, lowa 10.907 45 I'»wa National Bauk, lies Total Aisets Total liabilities As endorsers,.. 4 ilt & «& Moines 14.907 00-.: Merchants National Bank. -. /. Cedar Rapid In 25 503 48 Merchants' Loan ft Trust CoChlcago 41 028 87 Plrt Nail. Bank. Waterloo. 27144 33 142 700 04 Overdrafts 5178 5/78 The value of real property (owned by til. b»nk).... 22,000 00 The value of personal prop erty (owned by the bank). 22.onn 747.270 22 The amount of capital stock actually paid a? In cash .«im,ooo ne total amount due depositors, as follows: Vmniuit sight deposits 143 028 17 \lllliiuit time deposits 407 776 78 010 804 00 The amount of undivided liruflts. as follows: N urplus hind 15.000 00 Other profits on hand (after deducting taxes ana pensesj 21 405 32 30 405 32 »747 270 22 Amount o( liabilities/to the Bank on paftof the directors As borrowers,., 10 730 07 6 839 01 State of Iowa, Delaware County—ss. We.Wm. C. awley, F,re8., vy. Tirrill Vice Prep., and has. Heeds, Cashier of the Dank above named, do solemnly swear that the fore 40lng«ta'einent is full, true and correct, to tht best of our knov.ledee and belief, thnt the asset* therein set forth are bona flde the property o: said Bank In its corporate capacity and that ef the same has been loaned or advanced said Bank for the purpose of being exhibited as a portion of Its assets. oaDy ooy was born to Mrs. Jonn. All property must be settled for befoi Hanley of Lacrosse, Wisconsin, on Tuesday night of last week on an II llnols Central west 'bound passenger train between Raymond and Waterloo She was going to last named place to j'oln her husband, who is a printer there. A doctor on the train at tended her and upon arriving at Wa erloo, mother and babe were Jakfen to the hospital-.' NV^NCHESTER WIN8 FROM EDGE WOOD. The Manchester High School Bas ket ba1' five defeated the Edge wood High School team at Armory In this city on Friday evening by a score of 40 to 17. The features of the game were -(he throwing of field baskets by Drew and Pentony. The line-up of the teams were as follows: Manchester—Todd,' center Drew and Atkinson, forwards,- and Bur bridge and Pentony, guards. Edgewood—Blxby, center Mellen and Wiley, forwards Funk.and Smttb guards Clemens, sub. WM.C.CAWLEY, President. B. "W. T1RHILL. Vice ^resident, CHAS. J. SEE- H. Cashier. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my Slias. resenpeby Wm.C. Cawley. R. .Tim and J. Seeds, this I8t*i day of February. 1010. I8KAL] 1. PIKHCE Notary Public In and for. Delaware County. Attestnd by: M. R. Wiiusion. H. Artiohi, 0. W. Kescy. Directors. vr PUBLIC SALES. PUBLIC SALE. The underalned will offer for sale the premises, known as the Cole fa miles west of Manchester and I miles north of Masonvllle, on Friday, February 25, 1910, Sale to commence at ten o'clock, the following property:—5 Head of Colts— 1 pair of geldings coming 3 yrs- old 1 gelding coming 2 yrs. old: 1 mare com ing A yrs. old 1 colt coming 1 yr. old. 49 Head of Cattle —20 cows 10 two year old heifers 10 yearling heifers yearling steers 1 two year old steer bull, several fresh cows and springers. About 35 Head -of Hogs:—10 brood sows, balance shoats. Hay and Grain:—About 15 tons of tame hay, 340 bushels of corn, 125 bu. of oats, straw stack, quantity of shred ed corn fodder, some seed corn, 100 chickens and 10 turkeys. Free Lunch at Noon. Terms—Sums of flO and under, cash over that amount one years time with be given on bankable notes bearing cent being removed from^remlses. H. B. HERSEY, M. J. Llllls, Receiver F. A. Doolittle, Auct. M. J. Llllls, Clerk. 8wl PUBLIC SALE. Having sold my farm, 1 will offer fo sale on the premises, miles north east of Manchester and 3 and one hal miles west of Oneida, on Friday, February 29, 1910 Sale to commenoe at 00 o'clock, th following property:—14 Head of "Cattle— 7 high grade cows,~l high grade Dur ham bull 2 years old, 1 heifer coming years old, 3 heifer calves coming year old and 2-heifer calves. Hogs—10 thoroughbred Buroo Jersey brood sows, bred, and one Jersey lted stock hog. Hay and Grain—some tame hay In barn, 100 bushels of good corn, 100 bu. of potato^. Farm Machinery, Etc.—Great Western manure spreader, Deere hay loader, pul verizer, 1 16-lnch riding plow, 2 14 ln.-walking plows, 3-sectlon drag, rid ing corn plow, walking corn plow, seed er, Hock Island corn planter with 100 rods of wire, Champion binder, hay rake nay rack, wood rack, corn sheller, iron vice, 60-gallon kettle, tank heater, shoveling board, 4-in. tire wagon, top buggy, buggy pole, set double harness, set brltchen for work harness nearly new some household articles. Terms:—Sums of |10 and under cash, over that amount one year.'s time will property must be* settled* for before be- Ee Itefereee—-porman and Qurnside- er cent interest .from date of sate. AU given on bankable, notes bearing 8 ing removed from premises. Wm!1•MPI ).pp Interest from date of sale #11 i1 -ij &i£>k£ Special Features of tar Store for February. The special features of this store during Feb ruary will be that of closing out all odd lots and broken lines left from the winter's selling, at prices so low that they will immediately appeal to every one. 2J Each week and day during the entire month ffji A will be one of special offerings of merchandise at If less than cost. \£i Below we give a hint of but a few .of the rare $ bargains: If [|j Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks at one-half price, & Dress Goods reduced one-third to close. Furs cut 40 per cent from regular price, if if Advance styles for spring are arriving and jji on display. If you care for early choice bet tor look now at the new goods. jjj «f Burton Clark. Announcement! I desire to announce that I have pur chased the George E. Packer Feed and Coal Business) and will continue at the same location, Your business is solicited and courteous at tention and full weights guaranteed. FRED B. JOHNSON. TELEPHONE 171 YOU OFTEN EAT Phone No. 217. GEO. A. COON. E. J. Hopkins, Auctioneer. w. D. HoVt, Clerk^ 8wl V1 V' Ice Cream that leaves a pleasing taste and you always buy more at that shop. We make that kind. Filling orders for parties, dinners, re ceptions'or any social affair are spe cialties with us. We use the purest cream, and make the freezing deli cious. Phone your orders to •f Wm. HAHESY, If 9 If (f 55 If IB if if !f. •N •v. "WINCHESTER 115 Main St Smokeless Powdar Shells "kEADER" and "REMUiU" The superiority of Winchester Smokelens Powder SHls is undisputed. Among i»»»"gent shooters they stand firs a pop ularity, records and shooting qualities. Always •hem Focr JieW or Trah S^tinq. Ask Your Dealer For Tn—».