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& N W East Bound. No. 8....' 2.45 p. No. 6. 7.50 p. No. 10, Mail tmin 9.47 p.m. No. 46. Way frei-ht 12.15pm. No. 12—Passenger 10:07 a. No ?3. OarrolLocal 6.38 p. West Bound. No. 31. Council Bluffs local 7.06 a. m. No 1. 0 50 a. m. No. 5 9 35 No. 3 1.07 m. \o. 11 5 22 a. m. o. 9, Fast mall 6.34 a.m. »4o. 15, Past mall 12.40 p.m Boyer Valley ,lo 46 Jo 48 ?o 41 .0 45 Leave ....6:06 a ir, I 2:50 am Arrive 2:40 5:50 pm Illinois Centra! R- R, Time Table '-Hftst Wound— So. 4 Omaha, St. Paul. Minneapo lis & Chicago. Express, (Dally) 9.17 A. No. 92 Co. Bluffs & Ft. Dodge Way Freight, (Daily except Sunday) 10. 35 A. No. 32 Co. BluffA & Ft Dodge Local (Daily except Sunday) 5. 52 P. No. 2 Omaha, St. Paul, Minneapo lis & Chicago Limited (Dally) 9. 38 P. M. —West Bound— So. 1 Chicago, 8t. Paul A Minn eapolis Limited, (Daily) 6.18 A. No. 31 Ft. Dodge & Co. Bluffs Local, (Dally except Sunday) .8. 32 A. No. 91 Local Way Freight, (Dally except Sunday) ..1. 00 P. M. No. 3 Chicago, Minneapolis. 8t. Paul & Omaha Express, (Daily) 8. 33 P. M. Nos. 1 and 2 stop only at Rockwell City Wall Lake, Denlson and Logan. No. 3 stops at Arlon, Dow City, Dunlap. Woodbine and Lognn. No. 4 stops only at Wall Lake and Rockwel City. Nos. 1,2, 3, and 4 are dully Nos. 31, 32,91 and 92 dally except Sunday. ^seesesesesseeeeseasessE JPHYSICI$IN[S: R. P. PLIMPTON, HOMEOPATH!ST PHYSICIAN. OFFICEIN RESIDENCE, BROADWAY. H. A. BOYLE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ,',i OFFICE AT RESIDENCE. LOCAL SURGEON I. C. R, ,T.V W^T^mvght, PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON, COUNTY PHYSICAN. Office in Schlumberger's Pharmacy. 'v- L. L. BOND, C. W. CARR IJg PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LOCAL SURGEON C. N. W. R. R. OFFICES IN LAUB BLOCK. 1 DENISON CITY HOSPITAL, MRS. LULU R. ELLITHORPE, PROP. BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS. REASONABLE RATES CORNER PINE & BENEFIT sr. c. c. PHONE 166 P. J. BRANNON PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. OFFICE IN GULICK BLOCK IOWA PHONE NO. 7. C. C. PHONE NO. J. J. MEEHAN, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, OFFICE AT KNAUL'S DRUQ STORE. C. C. PHONE: OFFICE 249. RES. 248 2KEIJTISTS: $*' J. C. ROBINSON, D. D. S. OFFICE OVER THE DENISON DRUG CO. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BRIDBE AND PLATE WORK. 0RB. F. PHILBROOK, D. D. S. .^,r WEDNESDAYS IN DUULAP. ^FF/CES IN THE LAUB BLOCK. '^R^O^M^connmjghyTD^DTS'. IT ''OFFICE IN WARBASSE BLOCK. PHONE 339, MONDAY'S IN DOW CITY. flEpXr ESTATE E. GULICK. IS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Bj Mgr. Crawford Co. Real Estate Exchange I OFFICE IN GULICK BLOCK. I TTB^JOHNSON. S LANDS IN IOWA, NEBRASKA, I, S NORTH ANP SOUTH DAKOTA. OFFICE IN LAUB BLOCK. I^ROMANS^BROS^CO^T S REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS. 4 -OFFICES IN— S DENISON. CHARTER OAK AND ARMOUR ffl AND FAULKTON, S. DAKOTA. REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS. J. T. CAREY. MAYOR OF DENISON. OFFICE OVER THE HUB CLOTHING STORE. F. BROWN & SON, OFFICE ON MAIN STREET OS FOR SALE IN IOWA. KANSAS, NEBRASKA. 5 AND SOUTH DAKOTA. |J ELECTIONS. MONEY TO LOAN CHAS. BULLOCK, WA AND NEBRASKA LANDS. W@f: ffl OVER LAMBORN DRUG STORE. £TTO5WEYST L. M. SHAW. J. SIMS. C. F. KUEHNLE. SHAW, SIMS & KUEHNLE, S ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. FFL I OFFICE WITH THE BANK OF DENISON.J SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS GEO. A. RICHARDSON, RELIABLE INSURANCE, ETC. OFFICE IN LAUB BLOCK.' BROADWAY. I J. P. CONNER. P.E.C.LALLY 8 CONNER & LALLY. 3J TL OFFICES OVER CRAWFORD COUNTY BANK I FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY. I CHARLES TABOR. OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 5 P. W. HARDINGR ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICES IN I NEW QULICK BLOCK, OVER DENISON CLOTHING CO. J: GENERAL LAW BUSIMESS. R. SHAW VAN OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. 7^F?^GLENN, GENERA^LAwmJSINESS, Office over Kelley's new store. J.H.WALKER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. REAL E9TATE AND COLLECTIONS. OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE. Early Riser* Ihe fMitotic Uttta pill* 1 -r5^. a" 4 TV? W if-m ,w-J ., Pale, Thin, Nervous Then ^our blood must be in a very bad condition., You certainly know what to take, then take it Ayer's Sarsa parilla. If you doubt, then consult your doctor. We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine. Sold for over 60 years. This Is the first question yonr doctor would ask: "Are your bowels regular?" He knows that daily action of the bowels Is absolutely essential to recovery. Keep your liver active and your bowels regular by taking laxative doses of Ayer's Pills. Xade Au by J. O. Ayer Co., Lowell, Vui. •iao nunufketurori of vers HAIR VHXHl. AGUE CURB. CHERRY PECTORAL. PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN SESSIONS. Cole boarding paupers poor fare: December :...$ 158 50 Oole boarding paupers poor farm January 154 30 Oole boarding paupers yoor farm February 141 30 Peter Teut Grand Juror January 7 90 EWO'Banlon 4 80 Hollander 4 SO John Hagge 4 30 .1 Slater 3 20 Gustav Rabe .7 (SO E Nordell 4 10 Schmadke 30 MTKeane Wm Marshall T00 010 Wm Bartels Petit 14 20 Ed Duffy SO 00 W Nelsz 3 50 Wm Strahn 4 20 20 John Taylor 17 40 John Mordhorst 17 20 N Moellei 17 40 Manning 4 16 W) Martin Magner 16 60 Matt Wulf 15 0D Chris Hennlngs sr" 16 40 Thos Dixon 20 20 MShupltar Ji. 15 20 Keating 15 20 August Eikmeir ^6 20 Fritz Muhl 15 60 Brandenburg 15 40 mdwig Heide v" •, J"' 1" 80 Wm Plepgras 22 SO N E Jones v~1*' 26 20 Jas La Furm 20 40 Wm Hill 10 80 John Hulsebus '.'*•? 22 00 A Myers .j:' 14 20 E N ftlcOord ||M" 17 60 Messenbrink feSs'- 15 00 E Abbott 19 60 if E Beach Court reporter 72 00 frank Leahy Court Ballff 40 00 WARRANTS ISSUED BETWEEN SESSIONS Thomas Meehan, sheriff, conveying Peter Schwiizer to Council Bluffs $ 22 70 Thomas Meeban. sheriff, conveying Lewis Ley to Council Bluffs 2128 Thomas Meehan, sheriff, conveying Kate Fiunern to Council Bluffs 25 I Thomas Meehan, sheriff, conveying Jane Adams to Clarinda 57 00 Thomas Meehan,j sheriff, conveying Maggie Walker to Clarinda 69 80 Thomas Meeban, sheriff, conveying Dora Wulf to Clarinda 58 oO Thomas Meehan, sheriff, conveying Lewis Ley to Clarinda 55 00 Thomas Meehan, sheriff, conveying Mrs Mary Ahart to Clarinda 54 00 Thomas Meehan, sheriff, conveyipg William Butterworth to Appleton. Wisconsin 156 60 Thomos Meehan, sheriff, boarding prisoners for January 50 25 Thomas Meehan, sheriff, balance due quarterly report from July 1st to September 30th 145 12 Thomas Meehan, sheriff, board and lodging for W Dingee 7 00 Thomas Meehan, sheriff, boarding prisoners for February 44 00 Tlieo Kulil, salary for January 125 00 Theo Kubl, salary for February 125 00 O'Brien, salary for January 60 00 O'Brien, salary for February...:.. 60 00 Claus Pahl, salary for January 116 67 Claus Pahl. salary for February 116 67 William McLennan, salary ior Jan uary 60 00 William McLennan, salary for Feb ruary 60 00 Ed Thecbald, salary for January 116 Ed Theobald, salary for February 116 67 Collins, salary for January 60 00 Collins, salary for February 60 00 Hoffman, salary for January 104 00 Hoffman, salary for February 104 00 Cummlngs. salary for anuary.... 50 IX) Cummlngs. salary for February... 50 00 S Martyn, salary for January 60 00 S Martyn, salary for February 60 00 W Wright, salary for January 24 17 W Wright.salary for February.. .. 24 17 ML Houlihan, salary for January 100 00 ML Houlihan,.salary for February 100 00 James Sheridan, salary for January... 20 00 James Sheridan, salary for February.. 20 00 Morris McHenry, .work for County in January 9 25 Morris McHenry, work for County in February 3475 O Schroeder, committee to pay coun ty oRlcers, January 5 60 Schroeder. eommlttee to pay couu' tyofficers, February.. John Hagge Grand Juror March eter Tct Gustav Kabe Nordell Geo Peper 1 ML Jones 1 Hollander Wm Marshall Slater E W o'Baoion Keaue John Schmadke Theo Walker clerk v:'. 5 60 4 80 7 90 5 60 0 10 6 50 6 10 5 10 4 50 5 SO 0 20 5 00 5 00 4 10 Boye*. John Koock went to Denison on bus iness yesterday. C. S. Johnson and wife Sundayed with friends in Kiron. Mr. McGavey, of Schleswig, was here last Monday looking after business. Mr. Walter Winegar is agent at this place in the absence of S. M. Loudon. Ed. Eitzimmons, of Schleswig, passed through here on his way to vail, last Saturday. at the Nels. Taylor school honse. Harry A. Somers had the misfortune of losing one of bis valuable horses last Thursday. We sympathize with him as he had just accepteckthe position as mail messenger, between Boyer and Ells and cow has to walk through the mud and rain. Last Wednesday morning occured the. marriage of S. M. Loudon and Miss aisy Darling, at Denlson immediately af er which the couple took'the train for the bridegroom's home at Wahoo, Nebraska to spend part of their honey moon. The groom has been Railroad agent at this place for along time and is respected by all who knew him, and the bridf is the daughter of Mr. 8nd Mrs. A. E. Darling living one mile south of here, and who has been one of the leading ladies of this community. Their friends here congratulate and hope for their speedy return. ¥he assistant general freight and passenger agent of the Northwestern has arranged to putln a special train from Denison to Wall Lake, leaving Denlson at 6 a. m. Friday morning May 12, toj bring the people to the great field meet of the N. W. I. H. S. A. A. at Sac City. The train will connect with the regular train at Wall Lake and arrive at Sac City 8.30 a. m. Returning will leave Sac City at 7:25 p. m. connect with number 5 to Deni son at Maple River Junction arrange ments having been made for' number 5 to stop. Excursion rates. Over twenty schools have already declared their Intentions of entering the meet. is the favorite drink of those devoted to out-door sports. Its putity and health fulness a^e appreciated bjr all who need a clear eye and a steady nerve. Brewed with every sanitary care, from the purest filtered water, the best selected grain, and the first quality of hops. There is a difference in beer order a case of Banquet and you will be convinced. Dubuque Brewing & Malting Co. Dubuque, Iowa. ,.,, F. P. TMOI, Agent. Sheriffs Sale. Notice is Hereby Given That by virtue of a ecial execution, by me directed, Issued out of the office of the Olerk of the Dist ict Court of the State of Iowa, in and' for Crawford County, upon a judgment rendered in said Court in favor of Thar Stewart Lumber Co., a corporation, and against Fred Downs and Sophia Downs, I have levied upon the follow ing described real estate as the property of the said Fred Downs and Sophia Downs, to-wlt. The North naif [N HI of the North west quarter. [NWifl and the 8outh-west qunrter [8WM] of the North-west quarter LNW!«] of section twenty [201 in township eighty-two [831 North range Thirty-nine [39) West of theSthp. m., and that on the 25th day of May. A. U. 1U05, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said ''ay, at the Court House In Denison, Crawford County, Iowa, I will pro ceed to sell said property, or so much thereof, as may be necessary to satisfy said execution amounting to ten huadred and forty-eight 11048.00] Dollars, debt, Fifty dollars, [50.00) attorney's fees and Right Dollars and thirty cents. 8,30 dollars, costs, together with Inter est snd' accruing costs, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash. Dated April 25th, 1905. 17-2t, Wednesday ill remain a Freddie Kooch left last for Ida county, where he vi few weeks. A large party of friends were gath ered at the home of Aug. Henkel last Monday evening—all guests present had an enjoyable time. MiSB Kate Fremel spent Sunday with her folks near Delolt, returning Mon' day to resume her duties as teacher in .MW 2 THOS. MEEHAN, Sheriff of Crawford Co., la. Proposed Resolution of Necessity. BE ITRESOI.VED by the City Council of Denison, Iowa, that it is deemed advisable and necessary to mak9 Improvements by lay ing a sewer of eight-inch vitrified sewer pipe, to be laid'in accordance with specifications furnished by the Oity Engineer and approved by the City Council of Denlson, Iowa, upon the following named streets and parts of streets, to wit: Commencing at the center of Dyer 8treet!on Broadway and running west on Broadwaylto the centerof Anthony Street. All expense of making 'said improvements to be chargedjto the property abutting there on, in accordance wtth the law governing the same. And the contractor who shall make said improvements snail keep the same in repair for one year from the date of its ac ceptance by the City. Be it further resolved, That the Olty Coun cil will meet on the Bth day of June at eight o'clock p. m., 1905, at the City Hall, for the purpose 01 ccnslderlug objections to said proposed resolution and the passage of this resolution be published as provided by law Pasted April S4tb, 1905, Approved J. T. CAREY, Mayor. Attest: H. W. PAUL, City Olerk, Published in the Denlson Bulletin and Denison Review April 20, May 3, 10, and 17, 1905. Proposed Resolution of Necessity. BE IT RESOLVED By the City Council of Denison, Iowa, that it is deemed advisable and necessary to make improvements by ln.v Ing a sewer of e:gnt-inch vitrlfieil sewer pipe, to be laid in accordance with specifications furnished by the City Engineer and approved by the ICity Council of Denison, Iowa, upon the following streets and parts of streets, to wit: Commencing at the intersection of Tre montstreet and SweetJ-treet and running north on Sweet Street to the center of Church street thence east on Church Street to the center of Pine Street. All expense of making sa.d improvements to be chiirged to the property abutting there on, in accordance with tne law governing the sapie. And the contractor who shall make said improvements shall keep the same In re alr fir one year Irom the date of its -accept ance by the City. „3e't further resolved. That the City Coun cil will meet on the 5th dav of June at eight clock u. m„ 1905. at the City Hall for the purpose of considering objections tosald pro— po-ed solution and that notice of said pro posed resolution and the passage of this res olution be published as provided by law Passed April 24, 1905. Approved J. CAREY. s" Mayor. Attest 1 H. W, FALL Cltv Clerk s. J, Published in the Denison Bulletin and Den ison Review April 26. May 3.10 and 17. 1!H)5 Highway Notice STATE OF IOWA I co Crawford County Denison. Iowa, April 25, 1905. To A. Hclinuettgen, Heirs of Michael Haley, Geo. P. Kealrnes, Ira B. Chase. John O'Leary, Margaret O'Leary, Thomas Noonan, Frelke Hulsabus, Albert Hulsabuc, Peter Wall. John W. Calvin, Francis P. Robinson, Wil.iam Ed wards and To Whom It May Concern:— You, and each of you, are hereby notified that the commissioners appointed to locate the South-west corner of Section 32 town ship 82, North of Range 39 west, in Crawford County, "Iowa, running thence East on the County line of Crawford and Shelby counties a distance of five miles over lands of H. Schnuettgen, Heirs of Michael Haley, George Kealrnes, ira Chase, John O'Leary, Mar garet O'Leary, Thomas Noonan, Frelke Hul sabus. Albert-Hulsabus, Peter Wall and John W Calvin and terminating at the South-east corner of Section 36 in said township has re ported in favor of the location thereof, and li .objectons hereto or claims for damages must be filed in the Auditor's office in said county in Denison, Iowa, on or before noon of the third day of July. A. D. 1905, or such highway will be located without reference thereto. EDW. THEOBALD. Auditor of Crawford County. Iowa. NOTICE IN PROBATE. STATE OF IOWA, Crawford County, In the matter of the estate of John O'Leary late of Crawford County, de ceased Notice of appointment of Administrator. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Yov are hereby notified that on the nth day of April 1905, the undersigned was duly appointed administrator of the above entitled estate, and all credit ors of said estate are notified to file their claims in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, in and for Crawford County, Iowa, within one year from the date of this notice, according to law, and have the same allowed and or dered paid by the said court, or stand for ever barred therefrom. Dated Denison Iowa April nth 1905. JOSEPH F. Goss, vl- Administrator. HIGHWAY NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA Crawford County, j OFFICE OF THE COUNT/ AUDITOR EWD. THEOBALD, 15 4t Auditor of Crawford County, la. HIGHWAY NOTICE ss STATE OF IOWA Crawford County OFFICE OF THE COUNTY AUDITOR. Denison, Iowa .April 3, 1905. To Shaw & Keuhnle, Frank Birkhofer, Eugene Gulick, J. W. Rockwell, Henry Michaelson, Claus Storjohan, Fred A. Maurer and C. W. Carr. You, and each of you, are hereby noti fied, that the commissioner appointed to locate a hk hway, commencing at the North East corner of section 20 in Town ship 83 range 40 in Crawford County la running thence west on the line between sections 17 and 20—40.30 chains thence S 56U degrees W 3 67 chains N 72 de grees W 1.78 chains thence N 43 dergees W 2.00 chains to the section line thence West on the section line 33.75 and termi nating at the Northwest corner of said section 20 has reported in favor of the location thereof, and all objections hereto or claims for damages must be filed in the Auditor's office in said county in Denison Iowa, on or before noon of the'third day of June A D. 1905, or such highway will be located without reference thereto. Proposed Resolution of Necessity. BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of Denison, Iowa, that it is deemed advisable and necessary to make improvements by lay ing a sewer of eight inch vitrified sewer pipe, to be laid in accordance with specifications furnished by the Oity Engineer and approved by the City Council of Denison, Iowa, upon the following nt»ined streets and parts of streets, to wit: Commencing at the intersec tion of Tremont Street and Locust Street and running south on Locust Street to Railroad Avenue, and thence weBt on Railroad Avenue to Mala Street. Also commencing at the in tersection of Sweet Street and Chestnut Street and running east on .Chestnut Street to the intersection of Chestnut Street and Locust Street. All expense of making s:ild improvements to be charged to the property thereon, in ac cordance with the law governing the same, and the'contractor who shall make said im provements shall keep the same in repair for one year from date of its acceptance by the City Be it further resolved. That the Olty Coun cil will meet on the 5th -day of June at eight o'clock p. m. 1905, at the Olty Hall for the purpose of considering objections to said pro posed resolution and that notice of .id pro posed and the passage of this resolution be published as provided by law. Attest: H. W. PAUL, Oity Olerk. 111 I a Denison, Iowa, April 7, 1905. To George V. j6rdan, Sandlandes Bill, William Topf and the Chicago Milwau kee and Saint Paul Railway Co and to whom it may concern. You, and each of /ou, are hereby noti tied, that the commissioner appointed to locate a highway, commencing at the Northwest corner of section 27 in Town ship 83 No£th of Range 40 West in Craw ford -County, Iowa, running thence East One Half ile on the line between sec tions 22.and 27 in said Township over the lxnds of said Jordan and Bill and said Railway Co and terminating at the sec tion corner between said sections 22 and 27 has reported in favor of the location there of, and all objections hereto or claims for damages must be filed in the Auditor's office in said county in Denison, Iowa, on or before noon of the 7th day of June A. D., 1905' or such highway will be located without reference thereto, Are you interested in GOOD jb IT. *. t* EDW THEOBALD, i5*4t Auditor of Crawford County, la. J. T. CAREY, Mayor. Published in The Denison Bulletin aud Denlson Review April 26, May 3,10 and 17th 1905. V. ORTZ'S From 5c attractive WallPapers a roll up. Are cheapest and most No old stock. New Designs Onlyjsp 500 designs to select from. 1 1 x-x Portz's Carpets Anew line by an old manufac turer. 1 ^*8 & Richardson Superlative Carpets^ Thirty years on the market, and give best, PORTZ FURNITURE STOREj'ftl DENISON, "Cement, the Old Reliable. our Prices. 'Phone Denison, Iowa AN APPETIZER! A Glance at the neat, attractive Randall Market is an appetizer for any man. THE BEST OF MEATS Kept in the Best Way, Everything Clean, Sweet and Orderly. That's the RANDALL MARKET "ON BROADWAY. READ EVERY PAGE THE STANDARD PENS EVERYWHERE. WHa. Cawdiit, N. I. A J.',,, *iS.^ FARM LANDS Do you wish to make a home or investment, if so we have them for sale in the famous James River Valley, North Dako ta, where their crops of wheat and all kinds of small grain and veg etables are immense and also a. splendid stock country. We have some extra good bargains in those lands at present. We also have lands in tlie wonderful ifertile ^Xiletstone Strip in Southeastern Assinaboia, Canada, where good land is cheap and where they raise the best wheat and all kinds of small grain of any country in the world. Before buying come and see us. We can give you a full description of these countries. We have pamphlets fully describing the country which we can give you. You can find us in our office in the machine shop near the mill. Remembe" we run our ma chine shop and can do you the best work of any, ,ioo in this country. We also make Township Piledrivers. Come and see us at the old stand and get your repair work done. ^&*idw**pBftfr- •r IOWA -M LUNEY Green Bay Lumber Co., |We handle Atlas Portland BROS. i-• ./ A 1 ,*-r\ fV. A?* %b I **L 1 Jt i'WU'l -V I MM Vf v* Is, w.? VWF STEEL PENS 150 Style. ESIERBBOaK STEEL CD."aySL *. Wl 1