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Ordinance No. 172.
Aii Ordinauce Authorizing tlie Lssu auee of Funding Bonds of the City of Denison, Iowa, to the Amount of Twenty Thousand Doliaris ($20,000). Whereas, the City of Denison is now indebted in the- ssini of Eleven Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($11,500) on account of its funding bonds dated the 7th day ol August, 1896, beariug interest at the rate of five percentum per annum and now payable at the option of the City of Denison, which said bonds constitute a valid, binding and subsisting obli gation of the City of Denison and it is desirable to fund same in bonds bearing a lower rate of interest, And, whereas, the said City of iQenison is indebted upon its legally issued warrants in the sum of Twelve Thousand and Sixty-five Dollars ($12,065). which said warrants consti tute a valid, binding and subsisting obligation of the City of Denison and whereas it is desired to fund Eight Thousand and Five Hundred Dollars ($8,500) in amount of said warrants, therefore Be it ordained by the City Couueil of the City of Denison, Iowa: SUCTION 1. That for the purpose of funding the outstanding indebtedness of the City of Denison evidenced by the bonds aforesaid and by the war rants aforesaid to the extent of Eight Thousand and Five Hundred Dollars ($8,500), being the warrants first is sued, there are hereby authorized and directed to be issued Twenty (20) Funding Bonds of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000) each dated the 1st day of September, 1904, and becom ing due twenty years after date with interest evidenced by coupons at the rate of four percentum per annum, payable semi-annually and both prin cipal and interest of said bonds shall be made payable at the Chemical National Bank in the City of New York, state of New York. Said blinds shall be numbered from One (1) to Twenty (20), both inclusive, and five of said bonds numbered from One (1) to Five (5), both inclu sive, shall be redeemable at the op %on of said City ten years after date i,~»d five of said bonds numbered from 'fdix (6) to Ten (10), both inclusive, ishall be redeemable at the option of /said City fifteen (15) years after date. Said bonds to be in substantially the following form: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, No $1,000. STATU OK IOWA. CITY OP KUNDINU BOND. Know All Men By These Presents., That the City of Denison, in the County of Crawford and the State of Iowa, for value, received, promises to pay to bearer One Thousand Dollars ($1,000) lawful money of the United States of America on the 1st day of September, A. D. 1924, with interest on said sum from the date hereof un til paid at the rate of four percentum per annum, payable semi-annually, on the first days of March and Sep tember in each year 011 presentation and surrender of the interest coupons hereto attached. Both principal and interesH}f-this bond is hereby made payalrfe atChemical National •Biiiifr in the yoriCi ytate Siiff York. This bond is issued by the City of Denison pursuant with the provisions of Section-soa, Chapter 12, Title of the Code of Iowa, and in conformity of it an ordinance of the Council of said City duly passed. And it is hereby certified and re cited all acts, conditions and things required by tin.* laws and constitution of the State of Iowa to be done prece dent to and in the issue of this bond have been properly done, happened and been performed in regular and due form as reijuired by law. That the indebtedness funded into this 1 bond was and is a valid, binding and subsisting obligation of the City of Denison and that the total indebted ness of said C'it.v, iiicludingthis bond, does not exceed the constitutional or •Jstatuafcory limitation. In testimony (whereof said City of Denison by its Council lias caused this bond "to be signed by its Mayor and attested by its Clerk with the seal of said City attached this 1st day of September, '1904. I Mayor of the City of Denison. I Attest: if Clerk of the City of Denison. COUPON. The Treasurer of the City of Dmii lisou will pay to bearer Twenty Dol lars ($20.00) on the 1st day of 19—, at the Chemical National Hank in the City of New York, State of ew York, for semi-annual interest In the funding bond dated September 1st, 1904, No. Mayor of the City of Denison. ttest: Clerk of the City of Denison. SKO. 2. And in addition to the fore oing bonds numbered One (1) to 'en (10), both inclusive, shall con Mn tlie following: This bond is redeemable at the op ,on of the City of Denison at any me after years from tlie, date ereof. Said bond shall be registered the City Treasurer who shall jereon endorse 011 the back of each »nd a certificate in the following U'ln: "This bond duly and properly reg itered in my office this day of eptember, 1904. ffreasurer of the City of Denison. iSnc. 8. The proceeds of said bonds lia.ll be used solely for the payment If the bonds and warrants which are be funded by Section 1 of this or inance and such funding operation liall be conducted in such manner as fc to increase the indebtedness of City of Denison. [SKO. 4. This ordinance shall be in |rce after its passage, approval and blication J. T. CA it MY, Mayor of the City of Denison. test: ijE. T. Cochran, Clerk of the City of Denison. Passed, Aug. ill, 1904. Butterflies. |A. 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H# keeps so busy dodging work 'He gets no rest ut all. —Washington Star. l&vadlng the lnaue. Bluflf—You dare to call me a rogue? Gruff—Not exactly, but I'll give $10 to anybody who will prove to me that you are not one.—New York Times. How RUDOLPH KNAUL CASSADAY SO CO. An All Rounder. I Biggs could all the maidens charm Was very hard Indeed to trace Till found he had a tennis arm. Golf leg and auto face. —New York Herald. This la It. "Some foolish persons always answer one question by asking another." "Why do they, 1 wonder?"—Savaa inah News. Too Trnr, Drink and the world drinks with yon. But It's enough to make you Dr. B. A. Stockdale Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, and Chronic Disease Specialist, will visit DENISON, IOWA, WED. SEPT. 14th, AT COOPER HOUSE, PORHERLY FARdO. One day only and return once every font weeks. Office hours from I It one# and you'll always stick to It."—Cleve land Plain Dealer. Unaatlnlled. Oh, wealth is hard to understand. As has been said before. One gets a million dollars and, Instead of seeking comforts bland. Wants several millions more. —Washington Star. BIH Source of Inspiration. "He writes the most realistic war scenes in Ids books." "Yes, poor fellow! His marriage liaa helped Ului that much, at any rate."— Boston Globe. 9 a. m. 6 p. DR. STOCKDALE Is a regular graduate from the best col leger in the United States. He has 1 —New Orleaius TIrnos-Democrat. o—lvOOITl llOUSC Wltll furn3.CG, (bath groan- When you Interview the waiter You settle the bill alone! —Llpplncott's Magaatw*. made a special study of the diseases he treats in the largest and best hospitals in the coun try for several years ana has no superior in diagnosing and treating Chronic Diseases of Both The doctor has for a number of years made a specialty of chronic diseases and treats these exclusively. Dr. Stockdale positively cures Chronic Catarrh, Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, 1 Throat, Lungs and Kidneys, Dyspepsia. Coustipation and Rheumatism. If you are suffering from nervous and physical debility, lost vigor, premature de cline of power, Dr. Stockdale guarantees a positive cure. Blood and Skin diseases and diseases ol women. Consultation free and confiden tial Call on or Addrees DR.B. A. STOCKDALE I Citizens National Bank Building, Des Moines, Iowa. ^B~To see Dr Stockdale in Des Moinea office, call on Saturday's and Monday's or write for engagement. How "»'*r and all modern convenien- Exception. Ices, four blocks from business My son, don forget tiiut there Is al-' ways roum at the top." center. $2300.00, easy terms. "Yes, but think of what happens' This is unquestionably the best when there's a fire."—Chicago Journal, bargain in the city. 7-Room house with one lot in east Denison near the park, $900 This has never been offered for less than $1,100, but the owner wishes to make'a quick sale. .... 7-Room house with basement "Dr. Pllklngton says housework la two lots near college, $1500. healthful." Just the thir.g for anyone with a "Oh! What doctor do you expect to family to educate. Four blocks have after thlsr-New York Herald. from public school. 7-R00111 house in northeast Denison, three lots, $2500. 10 lots, 6-roon house, good barn and 40 acres of land within the city limits for sale for a short time at $5000. 283 acres of the best farm land in Iowa, with a large house and barn ^nd every possible improve ment, close to three towns, for sale at $65.00 per acre. This is a good level farm and not low. These are only a few of the Bargains we hade. Call and see us. Crawford Countu Reaf Estate Exctanoe. E. GULICK, MANAGER, DENISON. IOWA Very Low Excursion llates to Baltimore, Maryland, Via the Northwestern Line, Excursion tickets wili h.* sold Sept. 9 and 10, lim ited by extension to return until Sept. 25, inclusive, on account of National 3onTention Fraternal Order of Raffle. iVPPiv to agents Chicago & North Western R'y. ROUND Is the Standard of Exeellancs Wherever Known. Once used, you will drink no other. Its pronounced superiority comes from the painstaking used in every step of its production. Our modeus plant is the outgrowth of a lifetime of brewing experience. Illinois Central EXCURSION RATES. Excursion tickets will be sold by the Illin ois Central, to the points, and at rates, as jilows: Kates *o St. Louis. St. Louis. Mo.—Louisiana Purchase Expo sition. Write for rates and printed matter. Tick els limited to fifteen days, sixty days and to December 15th, 011 sale daily. Coach Excur sion tickets limited to seven days. I11 addi tion t,o date of sale, on sale every Tuesday and Thursday in Septemler, alsc September 4th and 11th, from points in Lowa at rates less than one fare. Kates to Havana, Cuba Tickets on sale Sept. 15 and 111, limited to sixty days. Summer Tourist Rate. Tickets on sale daily during summer months to St. Paul and Minneapolis. Minnesota Hot Springs and tDeadwood, South Dakota t'eu ver, Colorado Springs, Kueblo and Glenwood Sprincs. Colorado: Ogden and Salt Lake City, Utah and many other Summer Resorts in Michigan. Ohio. Canada, New York, and the west, limited lo October 81st. Also to Mam moth Hot Spriuss, Wyoming and Yellow stone Park, limited to ninety days. Write for rates. One Fare Plus $2.00. Homeseekers' Excursions, West, South South east ano South-west. September 6 and 20, october 4 and IS. Home Visitors' Excursions to certain points In Ohio and Kentucky, and to iillpointsin In diana tickets on sale .September (i, 13, 20 and 27, and October II. limited to thirty days for return. Kansas City Southern Railway Less Than One Fare. San Krancisco, Oal.—Triennial Conclave Knights Templar Sep*.. 5-9, and Sovereign Grand Lodge 1. O O. E. Sept. 111-25. lowa Special 011 the Illinois Uentral starts from Du buque August 30th. Write for folder and rates. Special Homcsseekers' Excursions to points in the states of Mississippi, Louisiana, Ar kansas' Indian Territory. Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico, tickets on sale Sept. 13 and •*7 One Way Second-class Colonists' tickets to California points, 011 sale September 15th to October 15th inclusive. Eor particulars as to dates of sale, rates, etc.. apply to nuy Illinois Central Ticket agent or address the undersigned. "Straight as the Crow FUes" KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF PASSING- THROUGH A GREATS a DIVERSITY O? CLIMATE, SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANT OTU^R RAILWAY IN THE WORLD. FOR ITS LUNGTn Aiotw Its lino aro the finest lands, suired far ?rowlnij snip.' I ijrain, corn, flax cotton Cor commercial ai-L:loand FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS to twinty-.l^.i dollars or nioro per vrj. Cho.-.p rouiKl-r.ivi. Uotnest^eiccrs at'-1 one-w-17 coloni.it tickets on sr.lo first and third i-f .^c-U moan. VV r-.to for a copy of CU RIIENT EVEN TS," rjublished TRIP Toronto, Ont J. h\ MERRY. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent Dubuque, lowa. Excursion Kates to Yellowstone 5iat 01ml l'ark., Via the North-Western Line, daily, with favorable return limits Variable routes. Most wonderful scenery in the world. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'v. 30-10 The Beer of de licious flavor, and unequal ed purity. Always peach orchards, t'orota.c-Jrul'-s and berries for commercial oantaloujn!, potato, tomato ana go:!»nil cnt.tlc farms for stujar eano and r'.coenlUva! io-i for mer-'Iian'aMe i' rn'ier: for raising horses, mules, cattij, Uotpi, slieop, poultry and Angora, guiu. at ranging from 1 THE SHORT UNS TO ••INEXPENSIVE AND COMFORTABLE HOMH5." H. D. DUTTON, TflAV. PASS. Aar.. KANSAS CITY, MO. iy !.j KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY I-: S. G. WASNEA, a. P. ANO T. A. KANSAS CITY, MO. F. E. ROCSLER, THAV. PASS. ANO IMIG'N AGT., KANSAS CiTY, MO. CHEAP EXCURSIONS VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. RATEr FROM St. I-ouis, Mo., on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays, $10 00 San Francisco, Cal.. on sale August 15th, Sept. 10th. 46 90 Havana, Cuba, on sale September 15-16 62.95 Tickets to points below on sale daily until September 30, return October 31st. Montreal, P. S33 00 Cambridge Springs, Pa. $2685 Buffalo, 26 85 St. Paul, Minneapolis, Minn. 1200 Cleveland, Ohio, 26 85./) ^:Dulith—Superior 1600 Sandusky, Ohio 22 7oi-: '"y.. Alexandria, Minnesota.. 14 45 Chautauqua Lake Points, N. Y. 26 85 Winnipeg, Manitoba 34 50 Detroit, Michigan... 2070 Waterville. Minnesota 1000 Charlevoix. Michigan 23 DENISON 95--...-.: Madison Lake, Minnesota 1000 Quebec. P. 38 85 "Spirit Lake, Iowa 6 25 Mackinac Island, Michigan 25 95 Waterloo. 26 Iowa S5 Cherokee, Iowa 4 45 September loth to October loth—One Way Colonist Kates. San Francisco, California $26.30 Los Angeles, California .f $2630 Phoenix. Arizona 26.30 Prescott, Arizona 2630 Correspondingly low rates to many other points in Illinois, Michigan, Wiscon sin, Minnesota, Ontario and New York State. Homeseekers' rates to nearly all points in Nor'.fc, West and South. Before planning your trip, call on or write, W. H. BRILL, w. E. Dist. Pass. Agent, Omaha, Neb. Agent, I. (.'. R. R. Denison, la. 830 McCLOY, & N W Time Table East Bound. No. 8. No. 6. No. 10, No. 48. No. 12 No Mail train Way freight !—Passenger Carrol Local 2.45 p. m. 7.50 p. m, 0.47 p. ..12.15p m. .9:17 a. m. .tl.lS p. m. West Bound. No. 21. No. 1. No. 5. No. 3.. No. 11. No. 9, No. 15, Council Bluffs local East mail Fast mail... 7.13 a. Previous to the democratic convention Parker kept right ing hay. m. .7.04 a. m. ..935 p. m. 1.07 m. 5 22 a. m. ti.34 a. m, ..12.40p. Boyer Valley No 46 No 42 No 41 No 45 Leave Arrive 6:05 am ....3:50 am 2:40 5 5 0 national on pitch- Illinois Central R. R. Time Table —East Bound— No. 4 Omaha, St. Paul. Minneapo lis & Chicago Express, (Dally) 9. 45 A. M. No. 92 Co. Bluffs &Kt. Dodge Way Freight, (Daily except Sunday) 10.35 A. H. No. 32 Co. BlulTs & Et Dodge Local (Daily except Sunday) 5. 52 P. M. No. 2 Omaha, St. Paul. Minneapo lis & Chicago Limited (Dally) 9. 38 P. M. —Went Bound— No. 1 Chicago, St. Paul & (Minn eapolis Limited, (Daily) 8.18 A. M. No. 31 Ft. Dodge & Co. Bluffs Local, (Daily except Sunday) .8. .B A. M. No. 91 Local Way Freight. (Daily except Sunday) 1. 00 P. M. No. 3 Chicago. Minneapolis, St. Paul & Omaha Express, (Daily) 8. ,13 P. M. Nos 1 and 2 stop only at Rockwell City, Wall Lake, Denison and Logan. No. 3 stops at Arion. Dow City, Dunlap, Woodbine and Logan. No. 4 stops only at Wall Lake and Rockwel City. Nos. 1,2, 3, and 4 are dally Nos. 31, 33, 91 and 92 daily except Sunday. C. M. & St. Paul R. R. At Arion. West Bound No. 1 Passenger 0. S3 A. M. No. 3 Passenger 1. 52 P. M. No. 91 Freight 8. 15 A. M. East Bound' No. 4 Passenger 9. 11 A. M, No. tj Passenger 7. 25 P. U. No. 94 Freight 4.07 P. M. No. 1 going west and no 6 going east are dailies. Nos. 3 and 91 going west aud nos. 4 and 1#4 going east daily except Sunday.