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Mrs. Emma Thompson, sisrer of C. A'.
Ju,:U-e, took the train here Wednesday for
he. home inJPorta'es: New Mexico
Mr. G. W. Bonsall went to Dunlap last
Wednesday tospend some time with his
son.
Sears McHenrv of Denison, was seen on
our streets Monday.
Mr. J. Reed of DeWitt, Carroll coun
ty, Missouri, who had been here to attend
the the funeral of his mother, who died at
the home of her son, A. Reed, at North
Grove, returned to his home a short time
ago,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hover of Denison,
were visiting-her mother Mrs, I. Scott,
a few days this week
Miss Jessie Robinson was visiting with
her sister at the home of Mrs. F. A. Stone
a few days this week.
Ira Tripp of Schleswig, was down to see
his family the first of the week.
U, G. Johnson and A1 Romans of Deni
son, were in town the first of the week.
Mr. Chas Cease had business at Coun
cil Bluffs Monday.
Mr. Frank Woolston of Denison, was
taking in thejsights of this burg Wednes
day.
Miss Barbara Scott went to Carroll on
Thursday last for a few days visit with
friends.
Mrs. A. C. Robinson left hers Saturday
for Lies Moines, and expects to go from
there on Tuesday to take in the big fair at
St. Louis She will be accompanied to
St. Louis by her daughter, Mrs. Bessie
Boylan
Mr. and Mrs T. Rasp of Oklahoma,
were calling on friends here the first of
the week. They were at one time resi
dents of Dow City.
Mr. Ed. Miles, the bee man, of near
Denison, was in our town a day or two
this week disposing of sweetness.
Mrs. Carrot Denison, was calling on
friends here Friday.
Mrs. Clair Butterworth entertained sev
eral of her lady friends on Friday.
Mrs. L. E Carpenter of Buck Grove,
was shopping in our town Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hall and children,
who have been enjoying a vacation of
some weeks, after visiting at State Center.
Madison and Keokuk, and taking in the
sights at St Louis, returned home Tues
day.
Mr. J. R. Baber of Moorehead, Iowa,
cams over Saturday to spend several days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs E. Bal
lengee, and various other friends in and
about town.
A verv pleasant affair occurred at the
home of Mrs. J. P. Riddle on Friday, Oct.
28, 1904, the occasion being the eightieth
birthday of Aunt Nellie Graves. Entirely
without her knowledge, some twenty five
or thirty old folks assembled to .surprise
the old lady. Among the old couples were
Mr. and Mrs. S E. Dow, aged 85 and 80
years Mr. and Mrs. John Rudd, aged 75
and 70 years Mr and Mrs W Lang
ley. aged 69 and 64 Mr. and Mrs M. G.
Wiggins, about 60 and 55: Mr'and Mrs
Edmund Howarth, aged 79 'and 60, and
others were there not having a partner
with them Asocial time was enjoyed,
jokes and reminisences indulged in A fine
lap supper was served, an address was de
livered by Mr. Wiggins, a census of the
nativity of the guests were takei and re
sulted as follows 5 or 6 from Pennsyivan
ia 3 from Ohio 2 from Massachusetts
from New Ycrk 1 from Virginia 2 from
Michigan 1 from Illinois 1 from Nebras
ka 1 from England 2 from Scotland, and
further than this deponent sayeth not
However, a i:ice little purse was present
ed. and as Aunt Nellie expects to live to be
one hundred years it was decided to meet
and celebrate her one hundredth birthday.
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City Ideals.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Langley had busi
ness at Denison Stauaday.
IJeu)s fltoout IDeioit.
On Monday night last week Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Rudd of Dow City visited at
Mrs. T. C. Dobson's.
Mrs. Leonard Butterworth and her
sister Mrs. Kipe of Montana visited at
Mrs. T. C. Dobson's and at the home of
their nephew Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Mitchell.
Born to Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Winey
on Thursday Oct. 27 a daughter.
Three Russians were in town last week
buy lug up old iron.
Platte Moore has added a card table to
his lunch room. .• ..
Mr. Halberg gave a dance at the hall
lasi Thursday evening He engaged the
orchestra from Denison to furnish the
music.
Mr. Rollins of the Omtha Ticket Co
ca''"d at the postoHice Thursday evening
and left the package of Bulletins which
got to the postoffice too late to come in
with the mail.
Scott McKim and Mr. Cook accora
panied S. V. O'Hare to Deloit Thursday
evening when he spoke to Gfteen or
twenty men. Unlike the previous
repub-•For
licen speech here there wereao women or
children present.
Tile new section foreman oa the C. 4c
N. W R. R. arrived Thursday and took
charge of the section Friday. He got the
hand car smashed up by the 5 cn train
by not getting it removed in time.
Mru. B. Beaman, Mrs. J. Hunt,
-Mrv Strong and Miss Lovicie Morris
were passengers to Denison Thursday
-aftynooo.
Mr C. fJ. Robertson was calted to
New York City Wednesday on account of
the serious illness of his brother.
The Ladies' Aid served supper at the
p'l.r.onage Friday evening,
"""». K. Brogden and Jay Myjr-i went to
Lturei Neb. last week to do some carpen
ter work for Mr. Brogdeu.
Mr. Warren Johnson and wife of Aber
deen, Tex. are visiting friend^ aud
rela­•
tives at their old home Deloit. They
have been gone several years and noie
many changes.
George Johnson nephew of N. V. John
son of Eustis, Neb., is visiting at this
place.
N. L. Hunt came to Deloit last Tuesday
to see his mother Mrs. M. Huot who was
quite sick.
Uncle David McKim was among the
aged ones who was in poor health last
week,
FOR I*KKSIDKNT,
THEODORE ROOSEVELT,
OF NEW YORK.
For Vice-President.
CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS,
Of Indiana.
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
For Elector at Largo,
EDWIN S. ORMSBY,
Of I'ulo Alto county.
For Elector at Large,
r~j JAMES H. TREWIN.
OX Linn county.
For Elector, First District,
W. B. BELL,
Of Washington county.
For Elector, Second district,
WILLIAM H. WILSON,
Of Scott county.
Kor Elector, Tliird District.
F. B. BLAIR,
Of Delaware comity.
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Fw Flee tor, Fourth District,
W L. TURNER,
Of Chickasaw cujutv.
For Kloctor. Fifth Di-trict^
F. 0 ELLISON,
Of Jones comity.
For Elector, Sixth District,
r~]ELLSW'RTH ROMINGER
I I Of Davis comity.
For Elector, Seventh District,
r~| A. V. PR0UDF00T,
I Of Warm 1 comity.
for Elector. Ki* hth District.
PAUL S. JUNKIN,
Of Als tn* county.
For Eloctor, Ninth District
JOHN W. SCOTT,
Of Cass county.
For Klcrtor, Truth District,
A. D.CLARKE,
Of Kpssntli county.
For Elector, Eleventh District,
F. F. FAVILLE,
Of Jiuena Vista comity.
STATE TICKET.
For .Secretary of State,
WILLIAM B. MARTIN,
1 I Of Athiir county.
For Auditor of State,
BERYL F. ARROLL,
Of Davis county.
For Treasurer ot St»ttt,
JILBE'T S. GILBERTSON
Of Winnebago eonnty,
Kor Attoniev-r.eneral,
CHARLES W. MULLAN,
Ot lU'K-U Mawk comity.
For Jutlge of u]jvnic Court,
[—I HORACE E. DEEMER,
1 Of Montgomery county.
Kor llailroail Commissioner,
I |NATHAN?L S. KETCH I'M
I I Of Mnrshull coui.ty
Congressional Ticket.
TBNTH DISTRICT.
For R-iresfiitative I11 Coiigro.-*,
I JAMES P. CONNER,
I I Of Crawford county.
County Ticket.
For County Auditor,
EDWARD THEOBALD,
Of Niihn.ibotany Township.
For Cl'-rk ol District Court,
CLAUS PAHL,
Of Morgau Township.
For County Recorder,
M. L. HOULIHAN.
Of Charter Oak Township.
For County Attorney.
P. J. KLINKER.
Of City of Dcni:on.
For supervisor,
HENRY MAYNARI),
01 Jackson Township.
Township Ticket.
Justices of the Pence,
For Constables
For Trustee,
For Clerk,
For Assessor,
STATE OF IOWA,
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ALTON B. PARKER,
OF N K\V YORK
For Vice-President.
HENRY G. DAVIS,
Of West Virginia.
j. For Elector at I.arge
QWILLIAM 0. SCHMIDT,
Of Scott count',.
For Elector at Large,
JOHN B. ROMANS,
Of Crawford county.
For Elector, First District.
PETER E. BOESEN,
Of Jelfersm county.
For Elector, Second District,
LOUIS E. FAY,
Of Clinton county ,i:v,
Kor Klector, Third District,
DORRANCE P. MYERS, f~1
Of Duhiujuc cjmnty. 1 I
For Kluctor, Fourth District,
RUDOLPH W. SCHIJG,
Of Clayton comity.
For Klcctor, Fifth Din trie t,
EUGENE R. MOORE 11
Of Jones county. I I
For Kloctor. Sixth restrict,
For Klcctor, Sixth restrict,
JOHN H. TUCKER,
Of 1'owesUiek county.
J- or Elector, Seventh District,
PARLEY SHELDON,
Of Story county.
For Klcctor, F.ijrhth District,
VAN R. McGINNIS,
Of Decatur county.
For Klcctor, Ninth District.
OMAR P. WYLANI),
Of Shelby county.
For Elector, Tenth District,
EDWARD C. J0RD0N,
Of Uoone county
For Elector, Eleventh District,
I [GEORGE R. WHITMER,
I I Of O'lirien county
STATE TICKET.
For Secretary of State,
I ICHARLES A. DICKSON,
I I Of Woodbury county.
For Auditor of State,
EDGAR F. MEDARY,
Of Allamakee county.
For Treasurer of State,
HENRY RIEGELMAN,
Ol Polk county.
For Alt iiiev-General,
MAURICE O'CONNOR,
I I Of Webster county.
For «7ulge of Supreme Court,
r~I JOHN W. SULLIVAN,
I I Of Kossuth eou».ty.
For Railroad Coinniisioner.
JOHN P. MANATREY,
Of Jetfeifeon county.
Congressional Ticket.
.TENTH DISTRICT.
For Representative in Congress,
W. I. BRANAGAN,
Of Palo Alto county.
County Ticket.
For County Anditoi,
M.J. COLLINS.
Of Nislinabotany Ti« n«l)i|),
For Clcrr ol District. Court,
FRANK FAUL.
01 City of Denison.
For Countv Recorder.
JAMES McKIM, 0
Of Milford Township.
For Countv Attorney,
MAURICE O'CONNOR,
Of West Side ToWnshi^i.
For Supervisor,
JOHN HOLLAND,
Of Jackson Township.
Township Ticket.
Kor Justices of the Peace,
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For Ti n-it^,
For CUrk.
For Asseswor,
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FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELFA TORS FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
For Elector at Largo,
Crawford County,
I M. J. Collins, Auditor of .said County, do hereby eorbify that the above is a correct list of the nominations made by the several politi
cal parties for the State, County and Township offices as certified to this office, the same being arranged in the form of the general ballot to be voted
in Crawford County, Iowa, Tuesday, November 8, 1904. This publication is made in compliance with Section 1,112, of the New Election Law.
[SEAL] Witness my hand and official seal at Denison. Iowa, this 24th day of October, A. D., 1904.
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SAMPLE BALLOT TO BE VOTED IN CRAWFORD COUNTY, IOWA, TUESDAY, NOV. 8, 1904.
FOR PRKSIDENT,
SILAS C. SWALLOW,
OF PENNSYLVANIA.
For Vice-President,
GEORGE W. CARROLL,
Of Texas.
I I WILLIAM RANDOLPH,
Of Polk county,
For Elector at Large,
Of Black Hawk county.
For Elector, Fourth District,
A. M. WALKER,
Of Mitchell county,
For Elector, Fifth District,
C. P. WHITEMORE,
of Linn county.
For Klcc.or,
ttjxth
C. W. GRIFFIN,
Of Woodbury comity.
STATE TICKET.
For Secretary of State,
ALBERT J. BOLSTER,
Of Montgomery county.
For Auditor of State,
J. D. C. McFARLAND,
Of Polk county.
For Treasurer ol State,
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WILLIAM P. SOPHER,
I I Ot Malniska county.
For Attorney General,
Q.
For Judge of supreme Court,
H. F.JOHNS,
Of Harrison ?ount.y.
For Railroad Commissioner,
GEORGE W. WHITE,
Of Jetferson county.
Congressional Ticket.
TENTH DISTRICT.
For Keiirescntatire in Congress,
[""IJOSEPH W.WOODWARD
1 I .Of Calhoun count}'.
County Ticket.
For County Auditor,
JOSEPH A. ENGBERG,
Of Otter Creek Township.
For Clerk District Court,
A. D. BRINK,
Of Denison Township.
For County Recorder,
C. A. PATTERSON,
Of (Charter Oak Township.
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For County Attorney,
For SujK'rvisor,
WM. LINDBERG.
Of Otter Creek Township.
Township Ticket.
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For Conatublp.i,
For Justics of the Peace,
For Constables,
For Trustee,
For (Jink,
For Assessor,
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I ISAM'L PHELPS LELAND
I I Of Floyd county.
For Elector, First District,
CHARLES CARRETT,
Of Washington county.
For Elector, Second District.
C. H. F. BOHSTEDT,
Of Iowa county.
For Elector, Third District,
If L. F. F01JLK,
District.
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R. L. TURNER,
01 Mahaska county.
For Elector, Seventh District,^?'.
A. M. HAGGARD,
Of I'olk county.
Kor Elector, Eighth District,
S.A.BAKER,
Of Lucas county.
For Klcctor. Ninth District,
FRANK P. FETTER.
Of IV ttuwattauiie county.
For Elector, Tenth District,
H. R. BRADSHAW,
Of Webster county.
For Elector, Eleventh District,
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FOR PRESIDENT,
EUGENE V. DEBS,
OF INDIANA.
For Vice-President.
BEN. HANFORD,
Of New York.'
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
For Elector at Lurge,
JOHN M. WORK,
Of Polk county.
For Elector at Larue,
HENRY BILTERMAN,
Of Monroe county.
For Elector, First District,
WILLIAM STRAUSS,
Of D*»y Moines county,
For Elector, Second District,
LEE W. LANG,
Of Muscatine county.
For Elector, Third District,
ROBERT BROWN.
Of X»lack Hawk county.
For Elector, Fourth Piatrict,
C. J. THORGRIMSON,
Of Wiuneshiek county.
For Elcctor, Fifth t/istrict,
WATSON ROBERTS,
Of Marshall county.
For Elector, Sixth District,
J. WEST,
Of Monroe cuiinty
For Elector, Seventh District,
E. E. BENNETT.
of Polk county.
For Elector, Eighth Di.strict,®
J. E. RHODES.
Of 1'iiif count v.
For Elcctor Ninth District,
J. S. MORRIS,
Of Harrison county.
For Elector. Tenth District,
J. F. SAMPLE,
Of Uoone county.
For Elector, Eleventh District,
J. M. MAUS,
Ot Woodbury county.
STATE TICKET.
For Secretary of stuto,
JOHN E. SHANK,
Of Woodbury count\.
For Auditor of State,
fTMRS.C
ARRIE J.TRILLER
Of liubuque county.
For Treasurer of State,
JOSEPH HOLMES,
Of Marshall county.
For Attorney (ieneral,
I. S. McCRILLIS,
Ol I'olk county.
For Judge of Mipreme Court,
T. F. WILLIS,
01 Page county.
.«For Railroad Conimiis.-ioiuT,
J. W. ZETLER.
01 Museutiiie county
Congressional Ticket
TENTH DISTRICT.
For Representative in Congress,
STANLEY BROWNE,
Of Ciawford county.
County Ticket.
For County Auditor,
For lerk of District Court,
For County Recorder,
For Couuty Attoriiev,
or uper\"iNor,
Township Ticket.
For Justice
of the I'euce,
For CoiKtttbles,
For Trustee,
Far 1i»rk,
For Assessor,
PW W?V
PEOPLE'S.
FOR PRESIDENT,
THOMAS E. WATSON,
OF C:KOKUI.\.
For Vice-President.
THOMAS H. TIBBLES,
01' Nebraska.
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
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For Elector at Large,
LUMAM H. WELLER,
Of Chickasaw countj.
E. ir. SMITH.
Of Dubu(|iie eounlv.
For Elector, Fourth District,
P| EUGENE J. PRUDHON. I
Ol Cliickasaw (01111H
For Elector, Film lii-iiict,
IRL DEAN,
Ol l.inn county.
J. C.EMERY,
W C'S
Of Sioux county.
STATE TICKET.
For Secretary ot state,
JOHN C. FERRIS.
Ol Franklin county.
For Auditor ol State,
RICHARD A. FEIST,
Of Hardin county.
For Treasurer ol State,
P| NEWTON J. HARRIS,.
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For Attorney-.u in 1 il
P| J. A. LOWEN BURG,
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For Elcctor at Laif.e,
LEONARD BROWN,
Of I'oll. county.
Koi- E'.vetor, First blstilct,*"*'
(-I THOMAS H. McLBAN, .f,£
1 I Of Wushiugton county-
For Kketor, Second Di^tiut,
A. P. HULL,
Muscatine county.'-.1-'-'"*-' •.
For EUa:tor, Third District,t
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WALTER IX OLNEY
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For Elector, sixth District,
JORDAN R. NORMAN,
Of Monroe county.
For Elector, Seventh District.
Of Polk countv.
For Elector, .Kighth District,
WALTER McCULLY,
Of Decatur countv. 5.^:
Kor Elector. .Ninth District,'-
JOHN WILSON,
Ot Cass countv.
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For Elector, Tenth District ,'2'"
G. W. WILCOX,
Ol Greene county.
For Elcctor, Eleventh District,
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Ot N\ apello cuunty
Ivor .Judife of suprenu' Court,
H. M. BENSON,
Of Ore«»ne county.
Rail'Oad Cointnissioner-
E. 1). PATTERSON
Of C'ass count v.
Congressional Ticket.
TENTH DISTRICT.
I* or licpresentative in 'Congress,
County Ticket.
For County Audit r,
For Clerk of District Court,
For County liecorder,
For County Atturtiey,
For ii]crvisor,''
Township Ticket.
For Justices of the 1'eace,
For Constables,
For Truste*
For Clerk,
For Assesscr,
Auditor, Crawford Couuty, Iowft.
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