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THE LOCAL NEWS OF
$'• DELAWARE COUNTY
riOM Ollf KLGULAR CORK: SPJNDENTS
Rov. Henry Dalrymple of Maquoketa
was' a visitor at the home of his par
E- Strane attended the reunion
of the 21st Iowa regiment at Central
City on Wednesday and Thursday of
Mr. Ricketts returned Thursday ev
ening from a two weeks vacation. He
came by the way of Hazleton, where
he attended presbytery.
S A. Wlieeless, who has been at
the home" of his father," A. B. Wheel
ess, for several months, left Thurs-1 City last week on account of
day evening for Portland, Oregon.
Little Miss Dorothy Reeve enter
tained a numter of her little friends
cn jicr Ctli birthday last Thursday. A
merry happy time was -enjoyed 'by all.
Pay CASH Far Horses!!
Will be in Manchester at the D. F. Hennessey Stabler
Friday, September 29 th
To buy all kinds of Horses and Mules. Don't forget
to lead in your good ones.
I PAY HIGHEST MARKET PRICES
The jolly dozen began their fall
campaign on Thursday evening when
they all took their supper and went
to J. S. McConnells. As it had been
about a year since their last gath
ering, thsy enjoyed the meeting tor
gether again veery much.
Jay Boots is working for Ara Shep
pard in the barber shop. He has just
returned from North Dakota.
Quite a large number of Hopkin
ton people attended the fair at Buck
Creek last Saturday. The military
band went and furnished the mu
sic. Everyone expressed themselves
as having a fine time and seeing
many people- they had not seen for
Mrs. Walter Place and children- on Frank Tesar's new residence and ity. Mrs. Klaus, Manchester, Pap
are here from Cedar Rapids and will beyond some bruises, escaped serious er. Equal suffrage, Mrs. E. J.
remain here while B|r.\ Place is Injury. Wright,. Earlville. Talk by state-,
looking for .another situation!. Mrs. Kelson has been quite sick president, Mrs. Hurfogd, on state-
Mrs. Bentley has been quite sick for some time. jwide prohibition. Paper. Mrs. Cox,,
during the past week and*her daugh- Major R. H. Hendershot and his Earlville. 7:30 Devotional by Miss
ter-ln-law from Ryan has been car- son, J. C. Hendershot, will be at Tlnkham, Dubuque., 'Address by
ing for her. the opera house on Thursday evening state' president Mrs. Hurford. Solo.
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Hamilton have
been at the Upper Iowa conference at lan church on Thursday and Friday,
Waterloo the past week. September 28th and 29th. Thursday,
President Reed of Lenox and Rev. 11:30 p. m. Devotional exercises-le},
C. .M. Robb attended Presbytery at by Mrs. Drummond of Dubuqije, ffol
Hazleton. last week. lowed by roll call, of .officers,' lap-}
Mrs. James Hucker went to Mason 'pointment of committees,. enroll
the ment of delegates and addresses! of
serious illness of her mother. welcome from the lurches. Welcome
Dr. Mackintosh went to Iowa City from the local W. C. T. U. toy Mrs.
last week to take some special work Clara Campbell, response by Mrs.
at the state university. Kearney of Cascade. Paper. What
Mris. Moody,' with her baby, has
gone to her former home in Indiana.
Mr. Moody expects to go later.1
Miss Lydia Bader of Monticpllo was
in town Friday.,,. wl
Mrs. Ricketts returned frpm a
two weeks trip on Saturday evening.
Will Hopkins fell from a staging is the greatest need of opx cpmmun-
Keystona Flat Finish
Goes on Like Paint, Looks Like Wall Paper and You
Can Wash It
Keystona is the original flat, washable wall finish, by means of which walls can
be washed and cleaned with soap and water, just like windows and floors. It is net a
lime preparation, is easy to apply and when applied has no glossy spots, will show no
laps and will not sag. It is germ and vermin proof. ,..5
A PERMANENT FINISH
WINS ON ITS MERITS
During the past year alone, 187,500,000 square fe^were covered by this flat
This is equal to an area of over
FOUR THOUSAND ACRES
We can furnish Keystona in any of the approved colors find 'in "any quantity
desired. Come in and let us tell you more about it. 1
W. C. AMSDEN.
the M. E. Church
"the drummer boy of the Rapahnnock week,
and Jwas here a good many yearp
Misses Bessie Hill and Verna Bac
on left here Tuesday ,to attend the 'MV
E. conference at Waterloo.
The annual convention of the 21st Friday. Her brother, Edmund, accom
district W. C. T. U., wbich' in
clude^ ..four counties, .De}ftwWQ. Du
biigu§, Jones and Jackson will be
held in Hopkinton tn the Prflsbyter-
Keystona retains its color permanently and strengthens th^ plastering, keeping
it intact. It will never fade back of pictures or furniture, and can be applied over
woodwork, metal ceilings, wall paper, burlap, canVas,^galvanized Iron, etc.
couduclcd by Mrs. Hurford. Litera
ture and round table talk. Y. P. B.
work, delegate* from John's creek.
Devotional exercises led toy Mrs.
Sadie Osborne, Anamosa. The work
the year, Mrs. Hutctflns, district
president: Flower mission work.
Mrs. Osborne, .Mrs. McMurray, Mrs.
I Drummond. Legislation. Mrs. Rus
sell, Anamosa. Paper, Mrs. Jesse
Murray. The heart of the.. country,
le- by -Mrs. A .A. Drummond.
The public is cordially invited' to
attend any or all of the meetings
n.jpe many will express their
interest in the temperance' work by.
d-Jng so. The work of the W. C.
T. U. is not merely to drive out, the
saloons from the country. That is
only one of their many departments
of work for God and home and ev
The morning passenger train Satur
day did not arrive until nearly noon
on account of a little wreck near
Last Wednesday evening, Septem
ber .20, at five o'clock at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. .Martin Steen
took place the marriage of Mr. Arch-
ie Butter of Oelwein and Miss the
make their home in Oelwein. I
September 28, under this auspices of Qrr of Onslow, also two nelces, yisl(-j tovJn. She had walked to the
Mrs. M. A.^ Hodges has bad a new
cement walk built along her .resi
dence property. Her son, Thomas
Hodges, of Dubuque. has boen here
during the week and assisted by Ed
Hodges has done the work.
Rose Birkholz of New Vienna was
a Colesburg visitor Thursday and
panted her home to remain over .San
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Shaw September 17
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kocher have
returned from their camping expedi
tion along the Mississippi. They re
port a most enjoyable outing.
The following Colesburg people at
tended tlie funeral of Mrs. J. B.
Moreland, which was held at the.
Catholic church at Dyersville Friday I
morning, viz—Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Hogan, S. P. McMahon and son Bert,
H. W. Putz, and wife, Mrs. David
Moreland and daughter, Bertie," Mr.
and Mrs. John Nebel, Dr. ajid Mrs.
C. H. Jacobs, Mrs. P. D. Peck, Miss
Clara Potls, H. J. Kuhlman asd-wife,
Mrs. George Herman, Mrs. Hyde,
Henry-Wernke and Wm. Adams
Dr. J. R. Guthrie of Dubujm». JP^ss-
route to Elkport, where he ha4 c6®11
fjl Jjif'pw JS
Victory—Mrs. Williamson. Friday called to see Mr. Krelg. Notwltll
Devotloual exercises. Talk by Kew' standing the muddy roads, the trip
Sylvester, Cascade. Question box— was-made fiy automobile. i:
.M,88_ Nellie. Campbell |»J ^Mrs. Jjawes. Er,entioa..lS .c()mtlped to
the (fdrt^trfony was performed by I her home jis the result of serious in
Pf'KWU pt Lenox coll?gfe.j:^ j|rles received^ in, an,.,ac flajpt
Oiily'near'relatives of the vi^ednesSav.11 An x-ray"'examinatf&n
pie were in attendance.
ed thrpugh town Sunday morB}ng: en- ,BaiI?y
Cyrus Craig was at Central ,CIty
during the week attending a reunion
of the 21st Iowa regiment.
The league supper was a success,
though the rain prevented some who
expected to come later. The pro
ceeds were over eleven dollars.
W. S. Page Is attending conference
at Waterloo as the delegate from the
Mrs. Jacob Landis Is enjoying a vis
it from her brother, Stephen Messer,
Miss Marie Grimes left Tuesday
morning for Fayette to continue her
work at the U. I. U.
Dr. and'Mrs. S\ C. Wilson were
called to Dyersville Tuesday to see
Mrs. J. B. Mo'reland, but she had
passed away.before they reached her
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bolsinger of
Manchester spent a part of the week
here with relatives, returning home
A. U. B. aid society dinner at the
home of Mrs. Bradley Learn called
out a number
y^edriesday. An x-ray 'examinatii
l($ld at' liySVs^viHfe' feveSlej'" H'r com-
wedding supper was served aftej |h|ejj^UII| fracture of the right arm
Mr. and Mrs. Butler1 "wljl jjnd a' less" serious injury"'of' the
Mrs. Dennison and daughter, '^frs.llQjj the--*way to their tarm.Jiome east
ed with Mrs. J. D. McAlister^ laatt Lrpamirv ^tfrO'rtl
We understand Mr. and Mrs. W.
town the coming Sunday and that Mr
I Bailey win preach both morning and
evening in the Baptist church.
Miss Blanche Jones spent Sunday
with her parents in Jesup.
Mrs., C. W. Ortberg is on the
Mrs. P. Morten son entertained the
iLarkin club Thursday afternoon. A
I large crowd was present and all re
ported a fine time..
our people Satur
day. A square meal proves a great
drawing card while the ride to and
nora Alitz of Elkader, a nelce of i^ enjoyable to say nothing of the
Steen. The wedding march was ^cial BOftf-i oWthfe KSS
home was thoroiiigh-
The accident btefell her while
McAlister -j l$$t I creamery, ixp^ctint^
ttere with51 Dale Bush. She remain
ed ouifcldft«tQvwatph the t^m. whlle,
lie entered "the 'creamery 'for a mo
ment to get his milk c^ns, etc. W.
S. Shaffer-looked from the-window
a moment lat^r and discovered Mrs
Prentice lying in the. road not far
from the horses. Upon investigation
she was tpund to be in an uncon
scious state, from which she did not
rally for an hour. The injuries were
inflicted by1 the horse, but in just
what'-way is not known. :FrIends of
Mrs. Prentice regret the ^misfortune
thai has overtake^ her an& liopef for
a speedy receove'ry.
Misses" Verna--Bacon and Bessie
Hill of' Hopklntoit Visited friends in:
town Thursday enroute to Waterloo.
Miss Delia Willard attended- a
wedding in Waterloo oil- Wednesday.
Miss Pansy Griffin was a Du- is a great medicine of proven' val
tuque caller last week. ue for both icute and chronic,kidney
Mrs. Wm. Truss and son Homer and bladder ailments. It Is especial
accompanied by Miss Nor^ia and ly recommended to elderly^., people
Izetta Esler returned to Milwaukee for, its wonderful tonic and- rtcon
Thursday. structive qualities and the
Misses Lewie Spaulding and Delia ent relief and comfort it gives them.
Willard were Manchester callers/ Sat- Anders & Phillips.:
w,„ be in
DAHiT AIK8HIP FLIGHTS
Monster floral and
Elaborate Naval Displays
Great World's Fair Midway
Ill I 'II iillll^i|IIMiWgBWP8B^^attM
Mi". iiiia MH, ifiMy fiutWnftoti
returned home laat week from' a vis
it with relatives In Dakota aud Rock
—Mayor M. F. Le Roy was in Chi
cago on business the first of the
—Mrs. J. E. Frentress leaves this,
Wednesday morning, for Roches.er,
Minnesota, to consult with the Drs.
—Mr, and Mrs. .Wm. Tompkins
went to Colesburg Tues'day morning
for a two weeks visit with relatives
—Mrs. Howard Smith returned
home from Independence this morn
ing after a-short visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wilson.
—Mrs. H. F. McDonald and Miss
Belle Mcintosh went to Independ
ence this morning to attend a
meeting of the Baptist church asso
—Attention is directed to the ad
vertisement in this issue of Max
Joseph offering cash for horses at the
D. F. Henneessey stables Frlnday,
—Clarence Atkinson, who has a
good 'position on the Great Northern
Railway at Two Harbors, .Mlnneso'ta,'
•is her^fjurt a. two,, weeks vacation iit,
the home of'Ms,mother, 'Mrs. L. At
—Mr^ and -^Irs. Harry Prew and
th£, tormer!a fath,er,: Tikos. Dfrew of
•Einington,«. Illinois,,,,ret)}rned here 'on
Monday evening, after a few daysi yis
it^with relatives, and friends....
Bodne and Ames. ft
—County Clerk. Graham issued the1
following marriage licenses
th« ,^ast wa^k: Merton Niglitwlne,
*32, and Miss Chattie Delano
aged. 19 Foster^ Clarke, aged 2'
^Miss Myrtle ^prdori, aged 22.
—The rehearsals for the big am
ateur mlnlstrel for the benefit of
the Manchester basket ball team,
are progressing roost satisfactorily.
Prof. Abdili of Chicago Is most pleas
ed with the progress. The enter
tainment will take place early in
October. Watch for the date.
A S O I A
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS.
Will reach your-individual esse if
you have any form of, kidney and
biadder trouble or urinary irregular
ities. Try theai.—Anderi & Phl'ipps.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY (Liquid
Consumes Much Butter bally.
An authority, sayfc that New Tor*
city consumes 718.000 poundc .a but
ter every day in die year.
LAS TERN IOWA ^1
BIG DAYS BEGIN N I NO MON OCT.
The Bluest and Most Ex
pensive Week of Amuse-
liand Display Ever
Daily Baseball OamM
Or a ad Illuminated
Gala Street Decorations
Dally Flights of Celebrated Wriiiht Brothers
Blplofnea in Races to the Sky
$20,000 in F?ee Vaudeville
Blrf S6tOOO Aviation Program
Three Concert Bands. Baseball Tournaments!
Kmr sneh a gigantic offering In Iowa before. The
Exposition managers have engaged the attractions
first, asked about the price afterwards. They are
depending on the people of Eastern Iowa t6 show
appreciatlon of their efforts to excel any other event -.
la Iowa by attending this big exposition.
Excursions on all Railroads
Imv« at thU aarir heart Tk*
Ou«»t—I'm sorry, but It's
The Hoatos*—And muat you
your wife with you? Tba Guaat—Y«a.
ma'am—I'm sorry. to
September 27th, 1911
One Day Only
•f TImm Taltntod Physicians In
TNs TraatMRt •f Chrtnls
The- Northwestern" Doctors, repre
sented by able and experienced phy
glciaus registeried i^nd.. licensed .by
the state specially for the' treatment
of-all-nervous- and •-chronic- -diseases of
men, women and children, offer to all
who call,. consultation
and opinion free, making no. charge
Over twenty-five years of active
practice Sin. acute and, chronic dis
eases and'in the'^ most.famous medi
cal and surgical hospitals in the en
(Sire country enable us to give most
valuable advice, and to those taking
treatment our prices are most rea
We were- among the first to do
away with the knife/ blood and pain
In the successful treatment of appen
dicitis, gall-stones, goitre, piles, etc
thus avoiding dangerous surgical Op
We make a complete record
each case undertaken, showing the
condition of the vital organs, whethei
in health or disease, and giving a de
scription of the disease the patient
has. To each patient we give with
perm an-1 nut additional charge a complete and
typewritten chart, containing direc
tions and regulations as to diet, etic
especially prepared in each case
These explicit directions greatly aid
in -the home treatment "and cure
chronic diseases and have won for us
great praise for "the care and atten
tion we give our patients.
We recognize the power of drugs
and medicines, rightly used, in the
treatment of chronic diseases, and
rely upon our abillUy to know the seat
and condition of your trouble. Know
ing this, we treat successfully many
of the worst cases, even after they
have been pronounced Incurable by
Diseases of the stomach, liver, kid
nays, blood, skin, nerves, heart, and
bladder, deafness, rheumatism, sciati
ca, diabetes, leg ulcers, weak lungs,
obesity, etc., are all treated with suc
No matter what your ailment may
be, no matter what others may have
told you, ho matter what experience
you may have had with, cither physi
clans. It will be to you/ advantage
to see us. If your case Sis incurable
we will give you such advice as may
relieve you and stay the disease.
Don't put off this duty you ow^ to
yourself, but make a note of the date
of our visit and^e prepared to take
advantage of the opportunity to be
treated at. home by our successful
Loans, Real Estate
F. E. Richardson
JReal Estate, Loans,
Office South Side of Main Street.
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COM
Still retains its high place as the
I 'best household remedy for all coughs
and colds, either for children or
I grown persons. Prevents serious re
I suits from a cold. Take only the
genuine Foley's. Honey and Tar Com
pound and refuse substitutes .-Anders
I & Phillips. ..
Before yoi reach the Limit.
I of physical endurence- and .while your
condition is still curable, take Foley
Kidney Pills. Their quick action
and positive results will delight you.
For backache, nervousness, rheum's
tism, and all kidney, bladder and
urinary troubles.—Anders & Ph Hips
F«r Infknts and Children.
Thi KM Y« Hail Always Boight
An ordinanoe 'reKulaUhg
manner of operating motor venlcit»,
logulntine: the carryine of lights, as
means ol warning, the dlsngsy
size to easily be readable by a person
using the highway or street, bearing the
words "City of Manchester. Slovy down -.
to ten miles per hour" with an ari'oV.
dlsplaved thereon, pointing In the dlrec
tlon where the speed Is to be reduced j:,?
or changed. ... c-y"
Section 2. The violation of any
of tb« front lamps shall be vls-|5ij
a', bi'-'t five hundred feet In
Erection In' which the motor vehicle is
t-l-l311 A person operating
Our new treatment for cancer,
mor, tubercular glands, eating ulcers
and other malignant growths is won
derful in its effect. A germ-destroy
ing fluid, our own specific, Is injected
hypodermlcally into the very heart ol
the growth until it reaches every fi
ber, root cell and -substance. After
a few days t!be growth comes away
of its own accord. So great and won
derful have been the cures that
many cases It is hard indeed to find
the dividing: line between skill and
Section 7. The violation of any of the
Provisions of sections- 3. .4.- 5 and
his ordinance shall constitute a ini?de-j,
meanor punishable by a fine not exceed
ing fifty dollars.
iHtration number anil prov»ng pon
altles for the violation thwM.
Be it ordained by the CU)®3ouncll of I®
the Citv of Manchester, ISpa.
Section 1. Every poison 'operating a
motor vehicle on the public streets anil
highways of tlie city of Manchester.
Iowa, shall drive the saiuu in a carelvu
•nd pi udenO manner, and at a rate of
speed not greater than one mile in six
minutes, and the maintenance of a
greater rate of speed for one-eijrl'th
mile shall be presumptive .evidence or
driving at a rate ot speed wlilcli ...
Jareful and prudent. Signs of sufficient
die piuvlslons of seelion 1 -of this Orel I
nance shall constitute a misdemeanor
punishable by a fine of not less than
live, nor more than twenty-five dol
lars for the first offense, aiul punish- »..
ible by a fine of not less than twenty
live dollars nor more than one lumdi feu
lollars, or linprlsomuent not exceeding
thirty days in the county jail for a
second or subsequent offense.
Section 3. No person shall operate a
motor vehicle on the public streets of
tlie city of Manchester, Iowa, without
at all times displaying a number, as ...
State Sfefe ""i11,1,11I
provided by Chapter 72 of the
[lie 24tli General Assembly of the State
of Iowa, nor with any other nunilier4g|
than that assigned to said vehicle l£ s.^
the Secretary of State, registered tn
ihe name of tlie owner thereof, except
uon-resldents of the state, wlio
'omplied wl|h the law requh-ln«r
registration of motor vehicles and ihe tjffi
:lnplay or registration numbers thert on
of the foreign country, state. .ton-itorv.^
federal district of ills residence niid^u
I'nll coriHUlelously display- his. reglstru
tion numbers as required therobv. g^ -.
^eciion 4. No person shall opeiate
•totof vehicle oh the publie streets .or.
he cltv of Mnanchester, Iowa. u»»le*Sjs.v.j_
••aid vehicle shall be provided with
mate brakes in good working oidWj ,.!
ind sufficient to control -aueh
rilcle at all times when the same Is
me. and a suitable and edequnte bell.
torn or other devise for signaling and.:-Ay
hall, during the neriod from one-halfp
lour after sunset to one-half hour be
ore sunrise, display at least two light
ed lamps on the front and one on the v.j
ear of such motor vehicle, which rear
shall also display a. red light
lble from the rear provided that eavjns*to
.,otor cycle and each motor blc cle ,,
ilia 11 be required to display but one
lighted lamp In the front of such n'Oi?r
svcle. The rays of such rear lamp .-,
-thall Shine upon the iiumbor '"late a
rled on the rear of such vehicle In si ehj
-c nianner as to render the numeials^-y
thereon viable for at least fifty
in the direction from which the motoric
/ehlcle Is proceeding. The light
li'ix ii.L- r.otor vehicle shall, on BlBiial
bv ralslni? the hand, from a person driv
ng. leading or rldlner a horse or horses,-
other draft animals, bring such inot
or vehicle immediately to a sto.^ ana^.:^^
it travflimr In the opposite direction, re-^
iniln stationai-y so lone as may Ije•
•easonable to allow such, horses or
mals to pass, und ir traveling In .:•
same direction, use reasonable cautl.^n
"n ili.!reirt-i •••nsslng suoli horse or ant
nnl: provided, that in cane such horsey,
or animal appears badly frightened or.,
lie uerson operating such motor
ilcle Is so signalled to do. such-wreon-,^.../
ilia.lt cause the motor of such vehicle-,y
•o cease running so long as shall be.
-easonablv necessary to prevet accident
and Insure the safety of others.' UP®|#.K
a pedestrian who Is uP°"
the traveled part of any street pn-t
lot unon a sidewalk, and upon.
preaching a branch or Intel secur^
itreet or a curve or corner or otnor-v,
ilace in- a street where tlie operatoi sife"
•lew Is obstructed for a distance of two«-A,.v
'lundred feet or less, every person W-.fias
ratlng a motor vehicle shall slow down-.-.
ind give a timely signal with his belli.0i
or horn 'or other devicc for signaling.
Section 6 No person shall operate a^
notor vehicle, motor cycle or bicvcle ^.
inon the streets of the citv of Man-,
.-•heater, Iowa, with the device known as
'lie "muffler" cut out. ''A.
-Tills ordinance shall
effect and be In force from and
ts passage, aonroval and publication
'9U' M. P. nov. -)M
ORDINANCE NO. 213.
Section 1. That all drivers of teams.
single rigs and vehicles of nil kinds anil
-•haracter including automobiles, traction
•ngines, motor cycles, shall bo required
to drive on the right side of the cen
tor of the street, alley or avenue.
•Vn ordinance governing and regulat.ng
traffic on the streets of Manciiesu-r,
3e it Ordained bv the City Council at $?(,
the City of Manchester. Iowa. -V
Section 2. That all vehicles shall, up
on turning to the right Into an Inter
•lecting street, alley or avenue. pass
and turn the corner as near to the S
iglit lianii curb as possible.
Section 3. That all vehicles turning
to the left into an Intersecting street,
alley or avenue. shall pass to the
ight of and bevouit the center of the o-j.j.
itreet intersection before turning.
Section -1. That all vehicles stopring
or left standing on any street. alley
or avert he shall be so nlaced that the -Si. .
•lght side of such vehicle., shall be next
to and within two feet of the .curb. V-r
Section 5. That all. vehicles crossing
from one side of the street to the oth
shall do so by turning to the left
as to head in the same direction as
the traffic of that side of the street to
wurd which the crossing tKrniade:
Section G. That tlie owner or person
chii»-ire of nnv rriiWIon' engine, while
same Is in motion within t)ie city, shall
lave a man constantly'tahead• oC. the
•ame at a distance of not rcss tlinn 200
feet to warn all persons haj^ine-. tcums in
•harge. They-"hull keeti off tilt- paved
streets, except by permission-of the
nivor and .«hall plank nil crossings.
.Scctlon 7. Thnt any person violating
tlie provisions of this ordinance shall
lie guilty of a misdemeanor and be.
muiishable by a fine of not more than
twenty five dollars.
Section 8. That this ordinance shall
take effect and be in force from and
artel- Its passnge, approval and publica
lo a: by law prnovided.
Passed and approved this IS day
T. Wilson. ifi
City Clerk." v.f
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR
CONSTRUCTION OF SANI
'Sealed bids will be received by the
City of Manchester, at the office of Llie
"Ity Clerk, until two o'clock p. m, on
the 9th day of October, 1911. for fur
ilshing materials for street lmprove
nents on the following part of street
ind alley to-wlt:
Commencing on the main sewer floss
ing Potter street at the alley between
Iuln and Payette streets, thence north
along Potter street to Howard street,
with lateral connection from said sewer
Potter street east along the alley
between Fayette and Butler streets to
point opposite Lot 61, Manchester, Io
wa, for construction of a sanitary sew
Said sewer shall be constructed of No.
Vitrified sewer pipe, 8 inches In ,diam
ter along, said Potter street, and along
said alley between Butler and Fayette
streets of No. 1 vitrified sewer pipe 6
inches In diameter, in accordance with
plans and specifications on file with the
The cost of construction of said sew
er to be assessed against property abut
ting thereon, in accordance with the
law governing the same, except that the
cost and, expense thereof, where a defic
iency occurs in the levy of the spec
ial assessment against any lot, shall
be paid from the city sewer fund. When
the said sewer Is completed and accept
ed .by the city council, payment therefor
shall be made In assessment certifi
cates as provided by law and warrant
upon the sewer fund of said city, which
sliall be' accepted by the contractor in
full payment for labor and material.
All bids must be accompanied In a
separate envelope by a certified check
payable to the order of the city treas
urer in the sum of twenty-five dollars,
as security that the bidder will enter
into contract for tlie construction of the
said sewer and will gl® -bond as re
The construction of said sewer shall
be commenced on or before November
1, 1911, and be completed on or before
December 1. 1911, and shall be kept
repair at the expense of the con
tractor for one year from the date of
its acceptance by the city council.
The contractor shall give a good and
sufficient bond to'be approved by the
ity council, obligating the contractor £•&£•
and his bondsmen to a faithful perfor- "L
mance of the contract and to keep said
sewer In good repair for one year after
Its acceptance- by the city council. SSgfe
Bids will be opened at the council
chamber at 8 o'clock p. m. on the 9th
day of October, 1911, by the city coun
ell, and contract for said work will be
let in the name of the city to the low-, jKH.
est and best bidder, but' all bids may
be rejected. •.
Bids should be on forms, which may
be had from the city clerk on" request, i-i
102w2 T. WILSON, ,,