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COUNTY OFFICERS. State Senator LB Bolter presentative Theo Blume County Treasurer. A Lorenzen County Auditor Carey County Clerk Emil Kruger County Recorder UM Criswell County Attorney Shaw Van County Sheriff lienry Bell County Superintendent AG Myers County Coroner N Smith County Surveyor Harry Huntington BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Fred Jepscn, Chairman, W W Rhodenbaugh, John White, Fred Gigax. W Langlev. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor.:..".. Chas Kemming tJlerk ,E Tucker Solicitor Wm McLennan Treasurer E S Plimpton Assessor A Boud Welghmaster Geo A Smith Nlghwatch Baer Marshal Henry Seemann ALDERMEN. First Ward Samuel Luney, E Gulick Second Ward Johnson, Jones Third Ward W Wright, Max Sime •PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. GEO. A. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW', DENISON. IOWA. Office over Drybread & Co's. Drug Store on Main Street. J. P. CONNFR, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW '4 DENISON, IOWA. Ex-District Judge. Office over the Craw ford County State Bank. P. E. C. LALLY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. DENISON, IOWA. Damage cases. Settlement of Estates. Of fice, front rooms over Crawford Couniy State Bank. W. A. Goldschmldt. Wm. M. McLennan GOLDSCHMIDT & McLENNAN, LAWYERS, "DENISON, IOWA. Practice in all state courts. Collections and Insurance a specialty. English and German spoken. Office over Haugh & Kemming's. I. V. JACKSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1 DENISON, IOWA. Money to loan 011 city and farm property at low rates, optional payments. JAMES B. BARRETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DBNISON, IOWA. Boom 1, First National Bank Building. .Loans and insurance. PHYSICIANS. L. L. BOND, M. D. SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN. DENISON. IOWA. Office over Bank of Denison. 'U WM. ISEMINGER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. DENISON, IOWA. Calls attended .day or night. Office up •tafrs over Burk's drug store. jf*f~ C. H. BOLLES, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. A DENISON, IOWA. Homeopathic. Prompt response to profes sional calls. Office east of Wilson House. W. W. HOLMES, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. DENISON, IOWA. |y Office on Main street. H. A. BOYLE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. DENISON, IOWA. Office In Cassaday's drug store. WM. T. WRIGHT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. gCl' DENISON, IOWA. Office over Shaw & Kuehnle's Bank. Resi dence, two doors north of city hall. HAL. C. SIMPSON, L. V. S. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. DENISON, IOWA. Examination free. Prices reasonable. Office at Laub's bain. mEINTTISTS J. C. ROBINSON, D. D. S., lfr SURGEON DENTIST. DENISON, IOWA. From State University of Iowa, graduate Irom Northwestern University Dental Col lege. Chicago, also from State Board of Den tal Examiners by examination. Satisfaction guaranteed. tSB^Office over Burk's -drug store, aft B. F. PHILBROOK, RESIDENT DENTIST. DENISON, IOWA. High grade dental work. Teeth extracted without pain. Office over Kelly's shoe store. MIS Jd LL AJNJIBOTJ8. PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ESTABLISHED 1847- ALL FORMS OF LIFE INSUR ANCE. C• H. & H. E. RUMSEY, GENERAL AGENTS, Des Moines, Iowa. VI. W. CUSHMAf Local Agent, Denison, la Be Prepared! The bearing of children is not such a very se rious ordeal to the woman who is prepared. If sitst Mother's Friend that wonderful ly soothing and relaxing lini ment, be faith fully used dur ing the period of pregnancy, there will be little morning sickness or nervousness, the critical hour will be re lieved of much pain, and labor will be brief. Recuperation will be rapid, and all after-dangers will be avoided Sold by druggists for $1 a bottle SEND FOR OUR FJTES BOOK ON THB SUBJECT. THJt BRADTHLD KZGULATOK CO., Atlanta, 6a. Time Table C. & N. W. R. R. BAST BOUND. No. 4, Chicago Special No. 18, arroll Passenger No. 8, Atlantic Express No. 2.~Ovtrland Limited No. 6, Chicago Express (Don't stop) No. 24, Freight to est Side No. 17, 18, 24 daily except Sunday. Denison andfWall Lake Division. GOING NORTH. Denison Leave 7:15 a.m. 7:45 H. m 8:10 a.m. 8:35 a. m. Arrive 9 :00 a. m. Repress Brick on Hand. 1 The use of latest improved ma- 1 chinery makes our brick of 2 THE DENISON REVIEW, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1899. 5 el. m. :30 p. m. :16 p. 52 p. m. 14 p. m. :12 p. m. WBST BOUND. No. 1, Overland Limited (don.tstop) No. 9,.New Flier. M»il No. 8, Pacific Kxpiess No. 17. Co. Bluffs Passenger No. 39, Freight to Co. Bluffs No. 15, Fast Mail No. 5, Colorado Special :64 a. m. 47 a, m. 31 p. m. :15 a. m. :54 a. 5a p. m. 18 p. m. 6:S0 p. m. 0 :55 11. 7:20 ill. 7 :50 11. m. 8 10 p. m. Deloit Bo\ er. Weed Wall Lake GOING SOUTH. Leave 10 :30 a. m. Wall Lake 10:50 a.m. Weed 11:10 a. m, Boyer 11:30 a. m. Deloit Arrive 11:55 a m. Denison 8:40 p. m. 9:00 i. m. 9:30 p. m, 9:55 m. 10:15 p. C. M. & St. P. R. R. at Arion. TRAINS WEST. No. 1, Passenger 6:32 a. No. 91. Way Freight 9:00 a. No. 3, Passeuger 2:22 p. TRAINS EAST. No. 2, Passenger 12:50 p.m. No. 4, Passenger 9:10 m. No. 94. Way Freight 8:145 p. ni. t1' 1,1", I DENISON BRICK WORKS GREEN,' PROP, High Grade Building Brick.! 1 the best durable quality. 1 For rates inquire or write to C. GREEN DENISON, IA •niimuMMiiimim Free Trip to Paris! Reliable persons of a mechanical or Inventive mind desiring a trip to the Paris Exposition* with good salary and exponsrs paid, should write The PATENT RECORD} Baltimore, Md. A Growing State-New Towns in Iowa Upon the recent extensions of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail way in Western Iowa its Land Depart ment has located several new towns as follows: NORTHAM—In Buena Vista county 9 miles south of Storm Lake. LYTTON—In Sac county 7 miles east of Sac City. I NEMAHA—In Sac county 12 miles northwest of Sac City. I LAVINIA In Calhoun county 6 miles west of Rockwell City. I VARINA In Pochantas county 7 miles north of Fonda. These towns are located in the'finest, corn belt and healthiest stock raising district in Iowa, each surrounded by rich and well settled territory. 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Comprising lite and character sketches ot notable men and women extraordinary personal experincus! thrilling stories, humorous and pathetic incidents, touching scenes of Home lite, many remarkable facts, and a large collection of choicest poetry, all compiled and classified by A Smith. Just the book for the home circle arid tor holiday presents. Out lit l'ree. Send 15 2-cent stamps to pay express and name choice of territory. GUM PIT]JR,ISIJINU Co Manhattan Building, 5th St 86-4t-e Des Moines, Iowa. SHAW WINS IN IOWA. Returns Show Increased Vote for Republican Ticket. v-t' GAINS IN THE LEGISLATUBE. Eighty Republicans In the House—Chair* man of the Democratic State Central Committee Concedes State to Shaw bv forty Thousand. at* Mi 1, DES MOINES, NOV. 9.-—Returns from 90 out of the 99 counties of the state, with estimates on the others, show that the Republican claim of 60,000 plurality for Governor Shaw is easily maintained and may go slightly above that figure. His majority over all candidates for governor is estimated at 48,000, which is the largest in the history of the state on the gubernatorial vote. Compared with the vote of 1898 the vote of this year shows an increase of about 3 per cent for the Republicans and 10 per cent for the Democrats, which would make the total Republican vote about 243,000 and the Democratic vote about 190,000. But this is a falling off from the vote of 1897 of about 6 and 10 per oent respectively. The legislature will stand: Senate, 35 Republicans and 15 Democrats house, 83 Republicans and 17 Democrats, a gain of 17 votes on joint ballot for the Republicans. Both the Gear and Cummins forces claim a majority of the Republican votes for the United States senatorship. Chairman Huffman of the Democratic state committee said: "We attribute the victory of the Republicans to the sena torial fight between Cummins and Gear and to the use of amounts of money in various districts." DES MOINES, NOV. 8.—Reports show that an average vote has been polled throughout, the state. The weather was cool and cloudy. Late in the afternoon rain began falling, which may delay some of the returns. At 1 :S0 this morning 686 precincts of the 2,082 in the state give Shaw 91,593 White 67,565. The same precincts two irs ago gave Shaw 86,565 White 73, 392. This is a net Republican gain of 9,853 or about 14 to the precinct. The same ratio if kept up for the state will give a Republican plurality of about 60,000. man claims it will go 65,000 or better. Grinnell—Total vote in Grinnell township and city, five precincts, Shaw, 608 White, 301. A Republican gain of 82 as compared with two years ago. 1 There area few Republican gains in majority. the legislature and the indications are the Republicans will have 118 of the 150 members. Chairman Huffman of the Democratic central oommittee concedes the state by ANKTON Nov. 8. A little over half 40,000, while the Republican state chair- Returns on Governor. Oedar Rapids—Fifteen out of 34 pre cincts, Lynn county, give Shaw 2,347 probably go Republkan" White, 1,193. Two years ago Lynn gave Shaw 5,408 White, 3,889. West Union—The three precincts of. West Union gave Shaw 309: White^L 150 Democratic gain of•• 7 over last year's vote. Cherokee—This city gave Shaw 406 25 White, 47 a Democratic gain of-19. Davenport—Scott county gives 600 Republican plurality. One hundred and ninety-nine pre cincts out of 2,082 give Shaw 23,398 White, 15,402. Same precincts in 1897 gave Shaw 21,677 White, 18,018. Dubuque—Incomplete returns indi cate White, for governor, will have 2,000 plurality in Dubuque county, Charles T. Hancock (Rep.) probably elected sena tor, first time in 20 years Republican chosen to that offioe. Democrats claim all other offices. New Hampton—The Republicans gain representative in this county, electing Ayres over Kreiger by over 100 majority. Muscatine—Returns from all wards in the city of Muscatine, give Shaw 1,417, White 1,469, a Democratic gain over one year ago of 92. Clinton—Ten precincts out of 11 in Clinton give Shaw 2,890, White 1,700. Shaw carries the city 'jj about 300. Ottumwa—Wapello county gives Shaw 600 majority, against 297 two years ago. Entire Republican oounty ticket is elected same majority. Boone—Boone county will give up wards of 1,000 majority for Shaw and elects the whole Republican county ticket. Independence—Estimate result of election in Buchanan county gives Shaw a majority of 600 votes. This shows a gain of 150 over 1897. Carroll—White will carry this county by 230, a Democratic loss of 20. Ben nett (Rep.), elected to succeed Demo cratic representative. Emmetsburg Emmetsburg city, Shaw, 235: White, 220. Republican gain of 30. Indicatious of Republican gain in Palo Alto county of 100 over 1896 vote. Sioux City—Woodbury county, in cluding Sioux City, gives 1,200 Repub lican majority, an increase of 100 per cent over two years ago. Entire Re publican ticket is probably elected. Marshalltown—Shaw carries Marshall county by plurality of over 1,500, a gain over two years ago of nearly 500. Keokuk—Six precincts give Shaw 1,316 White, 1,458, a Democratic gain over 189(5 of 166. Waterloo—Waterloo city gives Shaw 1,044 White, 466. The same precincts in 1898 gave a Republican vote of 1,130: Democratic, 6-18. Burlington—Returns from Des Moines county indicate that Democrats have carried county ticket, a Republican loss of 200. Rv.'iii!)licuus clium one of two representatives. White, 276 a Democratic gain over last est candidate for county office on each year of 60. Cherokee township, Shaw, ticket in all the counties the Repub- Supreme Court Candidates Elected by Majorities of About. 4,000. Sioux FALLS, S. D., Nov. 9.—Addi tional reports received from points in Sioux PALLS, S. D., Nov. 8.—City of Sioux Falls complete gives Republican majority 258, net Republican gain 195. Hughes county, Pierre, for supreme court, Corson (Rep.) 274 Haney (Rep.) 262 Fuller (Rep.) 251 Smith (fusion) 54 Kennedy (fusion) 55 Bennett (fus ion) 70. At midnight Chairman Bowler con ceded the election of the judges by 2,000. Aberdeen—Returns are coming in slowly. Partial reports from nearly every county east of the Missouri river show Republican gains, especially in cities. Aberdeen gives Republican gain 1 a SOUTH DAKOTA REPUBLICAN CLEAN SWEEP IN MARYLAND. 1 the state make but lift!* change in the Republican majority, increasing it from 3,875 to 4,017. Part of this increase is shown in Bonliomme county, where the early estimates gave the Republican nominees 167 majority. Ten precincts in that county increases this to 326 and the complete report will show a still further increase. Miner county com plete gives the Republican ticket 13' majority. The Republicans there elected three county commissioners. The vote cast in that county testifies to the lack of interest on the part of the voters. Last year the county cast a total of 1,300 votes, whereas this year only 641 ballots were deposited. Union and Davison counties practically nullify each other's vote, the fusionists carrying the former by an average of about 106 majority, while the Republicans carried the latter by about the same figure. Julian Ben nett, one of the fusion nominees for the state supreme bench, carried his judicial district, nominally Republican, by about 900 majority, a testimony to his personal popularity. 1 of 100 over last year. Judge Fuller, ou whom the fusion forces concentrated I their fire, is running some behind his ticket, but not enough to defeat him. Returns so far indicate a Republican majority of at lea :t 500. Chairman Herried of the Republican I state central committee says: "I regret the small vote cast in the state, due to the fact that the farmers are busy. Had there been a full vote there would have been a Republican landslide. Pit as it the state by at least This victory is espe 7 cffry cially gratifying because of the desper ate efforts of the fusionists and because Senator Pettigrew threw his personality into the fight for all he was worth." YANKTON, NOV. 8.—A little over half v° 6 was p°ed coun^ yesterday in the city election. Returns are com ing in very slowly. The city with four outside precincts gives Republican su preme judges 100 majority. The Sec ond commissioner district, which in cludes two of the largest wards in the city, gives McGregor 100 majority over Wyman (Rep.) Yankton county will New Jersey Republican by 80,000. NEWARK, NOV. 9.—Taking the high- lican plurality in New Jersey is well above 20,000. Taking what political leaders call a fair average in each coun ty, the plurality is about 16,000. A year I ago the Republican plurality in the state, calculated in the same manner, was 8,400. On the same year Voor hees, Republican, for governor, had 5,449 plurality. Pennsylvania Retnrni. PHILADELPHIA, NOV. 9.—Complete re turns from 60 of the 70 counties of the state, including Philadelphia, with carefully revised estimates from the seven missing counties show a plurality of 109,065 for Barnett (Rep.) for state treasurer over Creasy (Dem.). The plurality for Brown (Rep.) for supreme court judge will exceed that of Barnett by probably 30,000. "Presently the wolves flocked around him and leaped upon him in joy, glaring with fierce eyes at her who sat upon his shoulders. Nada saw them and well nigh fell fainting from her seat with fear." This entrancing story of the Wlnl.w Carrie* Dubuque County# DUBUCJ!. B, Nov. 9.—White (Dom.) for governor lias about 1,700 majority in Dubuque comity. The Democrats carry the county by majorities ranging from to 1,731. NADA THE LILY Will soon appear in these col umns. Don't fail to read the opening chapters. It is one of H. Rider Haggard's most fascinating tales. It will be Finely Illustrated and is Copy righted. How is the Time to Subscribe, i—» Democrats Elect Entire State Ticket by 11,300 Majority. BALTIMORE, NOV. 9.—Returns from Baltimore and all the counties of the state show that the Democrats practi cally swept everything before them in Tuesday's contest. John Walter Smith, Dr. Joshua Herring and Isidor Raynor, their candidates for governor, comp troller and attorney general respect ively, were elected over the Republican candidates by approximately 11,300 majority. They elected 11 state sena tors for four year terms, which with their four holdovers will give them 15 put of a total membership of 26 in the upper house. In the lower house, composed of 91 members, "the Democrats elected 66, while the Republicans will have only 25 delegates in the legislature to meet in January of next year. The plurality in Baltimore city of all the Democratic candidates runs close up to those of the leaders on the ticket, while in the coun ties looal prejudices cut down the ma jorities of successful candidates for lo cal offices. Many theories have been advanced as to the cause of the Demo cratic landslide but a careful analysis shows that the independent Democratic voters supported Colonel Smith, while many disgruntled Republicans either remained away from the polls or cast their ballots for the Democratic candi date. A special election in the first congressional district will be made ne cessary by the success of Colonel Smith as a candidate for governor. Democrats are wild with enthusiasm, while the Republicans are correspond ingly depressed over the result, which they are inclined to attribute to treach ery among the followers of Mayor Malster and United States Senator George L. Wellington. The latter has taken no part in the campaign and has not hesitated since his resignation as chairman of the state central committee a few weeks ago to predict the overwhelming defeat of the Republican ticket. The Gold Democrats, as an organiz ation, supported Governor Lowndes, but they seem to have but httle if any effect on the result. Regnlar* Win In New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS, NOV. 9.—The regular Democracy won an easier victory than was expected. The registration has been thoroughly purged and the negro vote practically eliminated, leaviiig 38, 000 votes, as against 60,000 on the roll two years ago. Of these, 32,000 votes were cc.st. Paul Capdeville, the Demo cratic candidate for mayor, received a majority of 6,700. Democratic Congressman Elected. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 8.—One con gressman was elected in Pennsylvania yesterday. In the Ninth district, com prising Berks and Lehigh counties, Cap tain H. D. Green (Dem.) was chosen by a majority of 5,000, to succeed H. D. Eriaentrout, deceased. 1 fx BAY STATE ELECTION. Democrats Are Made Happy Over Party Victory In Jloston. BOSTON, NOV. 9.—While the entire Republican ticket was elected Tuesday, the Democrats are jubilant over the party victory in Boston. The figures for the state are: Crane (Rep.), 168,876 Paine (Dem.), 103,814 Republican plu rality, 65,062. The plurality of Gov ernor Wolcott over Candidate Bruce last year was 83,186. In the senate the Democrats have nine members, a gain of two, which means the ability to demand a roll call, a parliamentary advantage not within Democratic means for some -years. The senate will stand: Republicans, CI Democrats, 9. The house: Republicans, 166 Democrats, 70 Social Democrats, 2 Independents, 2. The Republicans have lost one representative and the Democrats have made a net gain of four, while the Socialists hold their own. Neville Uoen to Congress. KEARNEY, Neb., Nov. 9.—Meager re turns thus far received from the Sixth congressional district indicate the elec tion of Neville (fusion) over Kinkaid (Rep.) by a larger majority than Greene had in 1898.^ S Denison, Iowa. 1 Nl Just now you want some Harness and Buggy Top Repairing. S Gel Ills Figures and Save Money. Fridy Light Harness, We can show the Finest Line in the County. CHTJBCH DIRECTORY. Si,dt'.Tn^l^LIMA—Catholic. T. KOSK OF erym?rnlu8: IS at 8C, GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN. EPISCOPAL.on First and each mouth services at 10:3C. connection taught by Slstera of St. Fruneis. Every Dody Invltecir REV. M. J. FABKBLLT. (GERMAN ftl. K. CHUltCH. METHODIST REV. (}. CL,AUS8RN, Pastor. OHUTICH. Class meeting at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at iu :dt and 7:JU. sundai School at 11:45. Juuior League at8:U0 p.m. Epwoith Lt-ai:ue at 6:30. Prayer meeting Thursday evening, Teachera' meeting following prajer meeting. RI-.V. J. B. HARRIS, Pastor. EVANGELICAL—Luthe:an Regular services at 10:30 a. m.'on Sundays Sunday School at 0 :Oo a. m. REV. F. LOTHBINOBB, Pastor. 'APTIST. Preaching services at 10 :80 a. and 7 :80 a. loung People's Union Monday 6 \°U»S People's Union Monday evenings A^7:30. Prayer meetings Thursday evenings at 7 :80. Laiiies' prayer meetings Friday after noons at 3 -.00 o'clock. Covenant meetings before first Sunday of each month. Sunday School at 11:50. ITEV. F. W BATESON. Pastor. Sabbath services after first day of May at 10:30 a. m, and 8 p. in. Sabbath school at 11:16 a, m. and Vouug People's Christian Endeavor at 7:00 p. m. Weekly prayer meetings Thursday at 7:80p. m. Bible clays mo Teacherss'meet ing immediately after prays meeting, choir practice Fridav at 7 :30 p. m. ladles Aid every third Wednesday at 3 clock, and Ladles' Mis sionary Society every second Friday of the month. REV. A. G. MARTYN, Pastor. 6HURCH OF JESUS CHRI8T—L. D. S, Services every Sunday at 11:110 a. m. and 7:00 p.m. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. J. T. TDHNKK, Pastor, Deloit. Iowa. Services Fourth Sunday evening by Rav. Talbott. Services Tuesday evening after Second Sunday of each month by Rev. Allen Judd. FServices IRST CHURCH OF CHRIST—scientist. every Sunday at 10:30and Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, services in McKim Hall. Reading room in connection. Open from 3 to 6 pm. The public is invited to call and ac- aan uaini themselves with the teachings of Chris Science. DENISON FRATERNITIES. DOWDALL LODGE NO. 90, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock, McHenry hall. Visiting members al ways cordially welcome. W. C. ROLLINS, J. F. GLKNN, O.C. vwte K. R. & S, SYLVAN LODGE, NO. 507. A. F. & A. M. Regular meeting Tuesday evening on or before full moo Special meetings ad Tuesday fol lowing, Laub's Hall. Visiting members in the city arc urged to attend. A. OSWALD, W. M. C. M. STALKY, Sec'y. SYLVAN CHAPTER, NO, 207, O. H. S. Regular meeting first Tuesday evening iifter full moon in Laub's nail. Visitors welcome. MBS. J. B. ROMANS. W. M. MAX SIME, Sec'y. DELOIT CAMP, NO. 5381, M. W. A., Deloit, Iowa, Regular meetings every Saturday night, Visiting Woodmen always welcome. STAMLKY BROWK, Clerk. O. R. WILEY, V. C. DENISON CAMP. NO. 315, M. W. A., Deni son, Iowa. Regular meetings Thursday night. Visiting Woodmen tendered a cordial welcome. E. Go LICK, Clerk. W. J. HORTON, V. C. DENISON LODGE. NO, 626, l.O. O, F. Meets every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in Laub's Hall. Odd Fellows visiting in the city are especially invited. A. G. STUKBKR, N. G. CHAS. FLINT, Sec'y. 8IDONIA LODGE, NO. 398, I. O. O. F. (Ger man) Meets every Friday night, in Lnub's Hall at 8 o'clock. Visitors especially welcomed. FKED LAB8KN N. G. PETEK KRAUTH, Seo'y HAWKEYE CAMP NO. 76, WOODMEN OF THE WOULD. Meets every Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in Laub's Hall. Visiting sovereigns invited. C. E. WALKER. O .C. J. T. CARKY, Clerk. UTE TRIBE No. 92 8. O. R. M. Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in McHenry Hall. Visiting Red Men alwayB cordially welcomed. H. w.: A. E. MILLER, 8. FAUL, K. B. LEADING BARBER SHOP. H, D. Lorentzen, Prop. STATE OF IOWA, I oq CUAWPOHN COUNTY, Emma Davis, Plaintiff vs iW&pf Under First National Bank, Pour chairs. All work first-class. 1 iSR Original Notice: 1 Edward Davis. Defendant. •. In the District Court of Crawford County, Iowa at the December Term, A. '. 1899. To Edwaid Davis, Defendant. You are hereby notified th»t there is now on fil-a petition filed by said plaintiff Emma Davis in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Crawford Connty, Iowa, claiming of you a divorce from the bonds of matrimony, heretofore existing, on the ground of desertion and that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the 2nd .lay of the next ter.n of Si.ld uit, commencing at Denison, Iowa, the llth day of December, A. D. 1899, default will be entered against you and judgment rendeied thereon. Dated this 1st day of November lt99. 88-0-2-4 EMMA DAVIS. Pumbing, Pumps. Pipe Fittings S Estimates Furnished on Heating Apparatus of all Kinds. THE BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED Save Tlnie an Sbrlak Mf Shlplng Huia mat H. F. HODGES,. I ^•-^Single and Double. cronisr 5 v* \V i! call attention to our line of Saddles of ail kinds. Collar Pads. \\e liave a liirgoquiintfty of them at all nrlres SCHKOOE.