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M.ro. M. Morgau was an Omaha vis Sbor Clio last week. Minn Lydia Winters has returned Oteaai a visit in Denison. W. 11. Hart attended the Baokerc' ooavetition at Sioux City laat week. m. A. J. McMurtry and son, Alton, I 3EFFC for Ashland, CaI., the flrat of the wreck, Mrs. Pete Johnson has leen visiting cretuti ves and friends in Sioux City the &ut>a week. ©r. Graham and wife spent Sunday wiUi his eon. Dr. Robert Graham, at .Allen, Neb. Mr&. W. H, Hunt spent several days •.of cue past week with has parents in .JPevcy, Iowa. 'Mrs. Pailo Clark, of Red Oak, vis ited with Mr. and Mrs. Rhea SutUn ®&.o last week. Mias Helen Ruby visited with JMiss -Jeaaio Wdatbrook, of Defiance, Monday /-afteroooa. VW 11 B. Brokaw. of Bjllville,'(jhio, -jk brother of G. D. Brokaw, is visiting m3i«*ivea at this point. Krs. lid Dyson has the new addition da in a house almost completed and is mam ready to install the plumbing and fiat® at top. Miss Jennie Woodard left Tuesday fiSwr Portland to attend the fair, she will Qke joined enroute by relatives from MME arshalltown, Iowa. SSight or ten of the Manilla K. of P. --stceuded a special invitation at Dan ia®u last Monday night. The boys re port a royal good tine. Mrs, Packard and daughter Blanche aretuirned last Friday from their Colora •ato Visit. Ttiey were very much de qghted with the country and climate. Sc. .Gardner has built quite an ad -cEitteo to his house, and before winter 3»«s oeatiemplates putting in an elaborate room and a hot water plant, the .4ume will matte the Ds'home modern via every respect. Mrs, C. H. Oleson, who resides in '®rwin, has become one of the hustling tStsrce of Kehr's department store. Mr. seems to be very apt, and ao atmibi. will prove a very valuable as -atoftact to Mr. Kehr. Mr. C. A. Sykes has the contract for -Afe? fcot water plant to heat the new tawiaoel building at Irwin, Iowa. This aaseans that Irwin will have a first-class jpfisiat in every particular, and no crou pe after it is installed. fuuccossnry Expense. attacks of colic and diarrhoea saw.e on without warning and prompt CTefttef must be obtained. There is no ^neesasily of incurring the expense of a. ^ifiy8ici&u's service in such cases if 'Oraiiiiberlain's Colic, Cholera and Otarrhoea Remedy is at hand. A dose -of fik's remedy will relieve the patient '.Before a doctor could arrive, It has uwrer been known to fail, even in the vinost severe and dangerous caee3 and •mat family should be without it. For .saleby Pun.. A, ^CHLLUBERGER. GrOodficJt? BUIph and Elsie Beaman visited *3«dte Newton Sunday. Cbas. Campbell and family visited at J£Le& Dunbir's Sunday. IL. 11. Morris entertained relatives 'Wednesday evening at supper it being CEttoHiirthday. 'Stes. S. (D. Newton and Miss Lovicie ISfaccis .drove to Denison Saturday, al -aKt ftfeesers Hitchings and Anderson. •is the favorite drink of those devoted to out-door sports. Its purity and health .foilness are appreciated by siftl who need a clear eye and a steady nerve. SSmewed with every sanitary care, (from the purest filtered water, the best selected grain, and the first quality of hops. There is a difference in Baeer order a case of Banquet taud you will be convinced. ^jfeiQue Brewing & Malting Go Oubuque. Iowa P. TIM.ML, Agent. Mr. A. I). Wmey caught another fine swarm of bees Saturday. Boy sen, Peterson and others hauled boss to Deioit Saturday. Miss Beaman and Miss Elsie were over to Aloero Winey's Monday Mrs. Fred Schuler and Miss Myrtle were down to Djloit Wednesday. Miss Ten a Peterson came out to her home from Denison Saturday evening. Henry Sneli c«me in Saturday Erom Shatter to attend to business interests. Mrs. Wi.l Bauer kem per and child ren were in DeIo shopping on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hitching* were doinu their weekly shopping in Deloit Satur day. Mrs. Scott Sterritt of Dow City came in on the'traia Tuesday evening r» visit a few days'with iyjr brothers, I .e and Steve Nswton. Summer Diarrhoea in Children. Daring the hot weather of the sum mer months the first unnatural loose ness of a child's bowels should have immediate attention, so as to check the disease before it becomes serious. All that is necessary is a few doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev. O. Stockland, Pastor of the first M. E, Church, Little Falls, Minn, writes: We have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy for several years and find it a very val uable remedy, especially for summer disorders in children." Sold by PHIL A SCHLUMBERGER. Charter Oak. (To late for last week.) Chas. Robertson returned from Des Moines today where he has been visit ing his mother. Clavton Romans, Clyde Rowland and Carl Burk were over from Denison to see the ball game. P. D. McMahon and wife are spend ing a few aa\s in Chicago. They are expected home the latter part of this week- P. F. Fiene and Chas. Robertson go to S.oux City this afternoon to attend a reunion of cashiers and ofticers of the Farmers Loan and Trust Co. Geo. C. Call V. P. of the Farmers Loan and Trust co. of Sioux City was in Charter Oak Fr.day on business in connection with the bank here. The Boston Bloomers defeated Char ter Oak yesterday in a well played game of Base Bali by a score of 6 to 1. seven-hundred and twenty-five witness ed the game. R. A. Rowlins of Atkinson. Kansas has purchased the Charter Oalt mill and is here todav for the purpose of renting a house and will move hit family here at once and wilt open and start the mill which has been Idle for almost two years. As Peters Jensen and E. P. Andreou-. were driving to the farm of Wm. Wil son in Paradise township vesterdaj their team became unmanagable and an away throwing Mr. Andrews vio lently to the ground injuring him quite seriously. Mr. Jepsen escaped with slight injuries. —I. Constipa tion and piles are twins. They kill people inch by inch, sap life away every day. Hollister's Rocky fountain Tea will positively cure you. Mo cure, no pay. 35 cents, tea or tablets. R. Knaul. Buck Girove Miss Nellie Sullivan drove to Arion Tuesday. Mr. McAcuity of Clarinda, transact ed business at this point Thursday. Ben Quathamer took a business trip to Arion between trains Tnursday. Dr. Bonney returned Sunday morn ingfroma business trip to Oskaloosa, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Meara and Leo were Dow City visitors one day last week. Dr. Bonney has been on the sick list, for a few days, but is better at this writing. Miss Helen Hockett of Clarinda, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mar ian Newman. Miss Ola Hodgell went to Arion on Wednesday to meet her nifece, who came for a visit. Henry Hink, L. W. Hagan and James Finnigan went to Dow City on Monday to see the famous Boston Bloomers play ball. Miss Minnie Paulsoa is enjoying short vacation at home. She is em ployed as stenographer for a firm in Omaha. Nellie, Gladys and Claude Welch were on the sick list for a day or so. Nothing serious, however, and all are well again. Mrs. J. P. Welch and Mrs. A. Har vey drove to Denison Friday to see the Boston ladies play ball. They enjoyed it very much. Sidney Bonney called on friends in Arion Saturday and incidently the bar ber, as our town is again without tonsorial artist. Messrs. Dan Hemphill, John Duff, and John Grill were among our prom inent farmers, who transacted business here Saturday. Why doesn't some one come and start a hotel? We need one very much, in. deed, also a barber shop and a doctor Who will get the first chance. Miss Gertie Griffin sprained her a kle quite badly Friday evening while getting up the cows. Her many friends hope it will not prove very bothersome long. Andrew Miller, Jr., returned from a visit to Manilla Tuesday and on Friday took charge of the section. Andrew is a first-class fellow and everybody wel cumei back. Hilly Newman of Arion, was visiting friends here Tuesday evening. Mr. R. Beutel and Mr. James Haines were Denison visitors Friday. 5 Mrs. John Green and children spent Friday with friends in the country. Miss Jennie Mitchell is visiting her friend, Miss Moliie Gti9?.n, for a few days. Mr. Alfred of Manill was here Sat urday looking after his business inter ests at this place. Miss Ann Griffin left Saturday morn ing for Council Bluffs, where elie makes her home for the present. Miss Gertrude Bradbury of Denison, is visiting her friend, Miss .Minnie Paulson, for a few da^s. Miss Grace Griffia returned to Ne'ola Saturday morning after a fe.w weeks' visit with her grandparents. Mias Julia Rusterholtz has accepted a position in R, J. M-Oftiii'd store and is pleased to meet her old friends in her new quarters. fl) Tne Missebi'Mt^Jertafey 0ft ".Manilla, who have been visiting) .sritti Ml&s Nellie Sullivan for .ate# days, have re turned home. ,jps Miss Grace Crakes of Manilla, was the guest of ,her friend, Miss Pearle Bonney from Monday afternoon uatil Tiitkday eveh'irig. W Wnal'ey of Dow City, with a gentleman from Cedar Rtpids, were in town Thursday, arranging an insurance map of iur town. Miss Madeline Sterrett of Cedar Rapids, is the guest of her aunt, 'Mrs. A. Petersen, She came Monday and will remain several weeks. Jim Jones stopped here Monday- on his return home from a business trip to South Dakota, tie reports, every thing booming in that section. Miaj Margaret Finnigau and littie sister of Weeping Water, Nebraska, arrived Tuesday for a visit with their uncle, James Finnicin and famil/7 Bonney's Pharmacy ia receiving a' new coat of paint. Sidney Bonuey is the artist and as he is doing a good job it will be quite an improvement in Lhe looks of things when finished. Ben Quathamer is fixing up his store arreat shape and when finished win have a commodious and handsome tore room. H-± is outtiug in a line of furniture in connection with his hard ware. Mrs. Frank Fowler visited her moth-, er and sister at Dedham, Iowa, for a few days. Stie returjed Wednesday and her husband is correspondingly nappy. Frank says be doesn't like batching a little bit. 'Ws: Mias Maegie G-ough, 'who h-as been visiting with her uncle and his wife, tjroed to her home at VVaukon on Friday. Her uncle, John Gorman. »ent as far as Manilla, with her on her return home. Miss Millie Bicknell, after a three months' visit with friends and relative? nere and in vicinity, left on Wednes day for Sioux City. After a few davs visit there, she and her brothers will 20 to Minneapolis, Minnesota, for a few days, and from thereto their home in North Dakota, where they each have aims." •. Big Bargain List of Pianos Free. A list that is the biggest that has ever been compiled, comprising fine pianos, has just been issued by Lyon Sc Healy This list contains juany Steinways, Webere, Krakajuers, Wash burns. Sterlings, Huntingtons and other well known pianos.i-"'Sloreover. the particulars of each insjfrnment are given, so that the buyeri may judgf for himself whether or not the piano is bargain. The list will interest persons who want a very good piano, for the rea son that many of these instrument), are slightly used in name only, that is, they have had exhibition use it, show windows or have been used foi brief periods in artists' studios. The prices quoted are phenominalh low. Lyon & Healy are making a de termined effort to close out several nnndred instruments of this descrip tion within the next 30 days, and thf prices have been reduced very ma terially. Send for a copy ~f this list. If you d) not wish to pay all oash for piano, yon can arrange for monthh payments on a portion of the price The only difference in the cost would be per cent on deferred payments Address Lyon & Healy, .10 Adamf Street, Chicago. Lyon & Healy exhibit the largest and most varied stock of pianos ID the world—over 1,000 instruments. Jacksot? R. J. Dieter shipped his cattle last week Saturday to Chicago recieving the top price. 13rotherson and Onette have pulled nut their threshing outfit acd are -adv to go after the small grain. Some of ihe boys have started thc harvester this week, they are in a hurry as there is some rust on the grain. John Auen shipped his cattle last Saturday and received $4 5o per hun He feels a little blueashe shcu'd have received more. Two young men of Clinton are visit 'Qff their relatives here The boys are -.rying to induce them to take off their tfood clothes and don over-alls and earn two dollars a day in the field "but no eo." A brand new school house is being built on "Weed's Corner." It makes a Que improvement for that section. Trie old school house is sold and will bo moved onto tbp Wildman'a farm, wh'ch will be quite an improvement for that place also. Very Low Rates to St. Paul & Minneapo lis & Return via Chicago Great west ern Railway. Tickets on sale dally to September 30th. Final return limit October 31st. Also equally low rates to Minnesota, North Dakota. Colo rado, Utah and Wyoming points. Kor further information apnly to &• Greve, G. A, A. St. Paul, Mian, June 14,1995. Ordinance No. 197. An ordinance vacating the east ten feet of Park street abutting upon Block thirty-four and Block forty five, in Denison, Iowa, and dedi cating the same to the owners of lots abutting thereon. Be it ordained by the city council of the city of Denison, Iowa: SECTION 1. That the east ten feet of Park street, abutting upon Block thirty-four and Block forty-five, in the city of Denison, Iowa, be and the same is hereby vacated and dedi cated to the owners of lots abutting therecm, to-wit: The ninety feet abutting upon lot seven in block forty-five to Lelina J. Plimpton, the one hundred feet abutting upon lot five and lot six in block forty-five to E. O. Thiem, the one hundred feet abutting upon lot fwrr of the re-sab division ,of block forty-five to P. H. Rank, the one hundred fifty feet abutting upon lot ten in block thirty four to J. D. Havens,-the one hun dred feet abutting upon lot two and lot three in block thirty-four to Hal. C. Simpson. SEC. 2. That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its publication as required by law. Passed July 24, A. D. 1905. J. T. CAREY, Mayor. Attest: H. W. FAUT,, Clerk. TL HIGHWAY NOTICE. ^ss STATE OF IOWA Crawford County Office of the County Auditor. Denison, Iowa, July 5th. IMS. To Patrick Collins, si. E. Wright, Reuben H. Sweet, John M. WiUon, John Uleiz, Mrs H. A Poiteviu. William Wilson and To Whom It May Concsrn: You, and Each ot You. are hereby .-.otified that toe commissioner appointed to loeate a highway forty feet wide, commencing at the South-east corner ot scctio't twelve in town ship eighty-three, north of range forty-one, west, in Crawford County. Iowa, running thence West one mile on the lino betweeu sections twelve and thirteen in said town ship, over ladns of said Wright, Sweet, Diet/, and Poitevin and terminating at tne south westcorn":r of said section twelvo. has im ported In favor of the location thereof, and all objections thereto or claims for damages must oe Hied in the Auditor's offic .' in said county in Denison, Iowa, on or betore noon of Uie 3uth day of September, A. L).. or such highway will be located without reference thereto. EWD, THGOBAI.U, County. Iowa. Kor particulars see petition now on file. Now uuless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term of said court, commencing at Denison, Iowa, on the 11th day of September, A D. J'JuS, default will be entered against you. and judgment and decree rendered as prayed CONN Etc. & I Auditor of Crawford ORIGINAL NOTICE. In The District Court of Iowa Crawford County September Term A 1). 1005 Scats McHeury, I'iaintiCT, vs. I M. 1''. Johnson. Mrs. M. Original Notice Johnson. NILUS Hunt defendants. To the Above Named Defendants, and to Each of You: You ari hereby notified that there is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Crawford County, Iowa, a petition by the plaintiff. Sears Mellenry, claiming tuat he is the absolute and unqualified ownei of lhe East One Half (fci. 14 of the south East Quarter (S. E. &). of section Twenty Dim (Sec. 2V). Township liignty Four (t!4) North, ltunge Thirty Nine (-W), West of the l-'lfth Principal Meridian, in Crawford Coun ty. low», aud asserting that you make some ciaim to said property, and asking that his title to said property ne quieted in him as against you and each of you. Sjion ound LIALLY 29-4t Attoruneys for Plaintiff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In The District Court of Iowa in and For Crawford County. J. Conner, Plaintiff, vs Karl Trosin, Mrs. Karl Trosin. Hans Jensen, Lena Kuebl. Cella Kuehl. Lizzie Kuehl, Bertha Kuehl. Emma Kuehl, and Hugo Kuehl, Hans Jansen Hans Hanson. Fritz Kuenl, Hans Johnson defenda ,ts. September Term. A. D. 1905. To the above named defendants and each ol you: You are hereby notified that there is n'ow on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in aud for Crawford County, a pctitl by the plaintiff, claiming that the aintiff Is entitled to recover, as due him the sum of Pour Uundr, Dollars and Interest from February 1st, 1!Mi5. at tit rate of seven per cent, and attorney's fees and costs, upon one promlsary note made by l-. Gem also praying the foreclosure of i, realestate mortgage covering the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (NK .N W -4) of Section Twenty seven (27) Town ship Kignty Uve (85) North, Katige Forty (40) west of the Fifth Principal Merlaian, Craw turd County, Iowa, given to secure the pay rnent of said note »nd Interest. or par titulars see the petition now on tile. INow, uuless you appear thereto and de fend, before noon of the secoad day of tin next term of said court commencing at Den i.ion. Iowa, on the lltli day of September, A. L. 19i5. default will be entered against you aud tuugment rendered as prayed. P. K. C. LALLY. Attorney for Plaintiff Very Low Kates to Kansas City, Mo Via the North-Western I^ine. ExcursiOi, tickets will be sold August 28 to 32, Inclusive,• with favorable return limits, on account ol Annual Convention National Firt-man't Association. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western, K'y. A-30 Half Bates to State Fair at Des Moines. Via the North-Western jLine Excursion tickets will be sold at one fare for round trip Aug 24 Sept. 1st Inclusslve, l.mited to re turn until September 2,Inclusslvo. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western K'y. A-30 Low Round Trip Rates Daily to Portland Via the North Western Line, account of Lewis and CI rk Exposition, via di e:i r)U es or at slight advance via San Francisco and l.os Angeles. Send 2 cent stamp for mustrated folder and full Information as extensive choiceof routes going and return Ing. with low rate side trip to Yellowstone National and Alaska. A-18 To Land Agents and Uomeseekers. The Chicago Great Western Railway will on the first and third Tuesdays of each month to December inclusive si-11 round trip tickets at only oun fare plus $2. to points in the following states: Alabama. Arizona, Arkansas, Coloro, Florida, Georgia, Indian Tertltory, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisana Mexico, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri. Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico. North Car Una, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee Texas, Utah. Wyoming and Virginia also to Alberta, Asslnibiu. Canadian Northwest. Manitoba, Westean Ontario and Saskatchowan For further Information apply to any Great Western Agent or Glmor, G. P. A. St. faulMlnn. Beautiful Lake View Is an Ideal summer resort. Good banting and fishl'.ig. The Northwestern Lino will sell ex cursion tickets to Lake View at for the round trip from Oenison applying Fridays and Saturdays, tickets limited to return on or before (he following Monday. Other low rate round trip tickets good for 30 days. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern li'y. Tery Low Rates to Pittsburg, Pa., Via the North-Western line. Excursion tickets- will be sold August IS the have a first-class Worln, Cimdw. H. I. Denison and 13. with favorable return limits, on account Knights of Pythias, colored, Bncampmont. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Wastern li'y. Truths that Strike Home Tour grocer ia honest and—if lie careB to do so—can tell you that he knows very little about the 1 SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I WE WISH TO SAY THAT Excursion Tickctg to Modern Woodmen Picnic at Audubou, Iowa, Via the North- Western Line, will be sold at reduced rates on August ii, limited to return until August 1. inclusive, Apply to agents Chicago & North-Westean R'y. The North-Western Line. One of the most interesting series of arti cles on the subject of the great railways of the country that has appeared recently, is that from the pen of Frank H. Spearman, re cently published in the Saturday Evening Post, anc since printed In book form by Scrlbuers. The chapter descriptive of the Chicago & North-Western Ry. has been pub lished by the passenger department of that line in pamphlot form for general distribu tion. and will be sent to any address, on re ceipt of 2 cents for postage Never fails. Buy it uow. It may save life. A Close Share bulk sells you. How can lie know, where it originally came from, how it was blended—or LION COFFEE, UON COFFEE earetonjr packed •f our laetarle^ aad until ®pt«td la jriw ko*(. ku no ekwee ol being ndal* ri!,,t**n»ed. In each package of LION COFFEE you get or ot earning In contact wltktart,' mt 3v'*'4irt,germs,or andean hamlfc of Pure Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuine, head on every package.) \j .. fSave the Lion-heads for valuable promluma.) WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio. tiflUGH & BRUMMEK THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS" .ARE II1CUK TO STAY W O S E A S O I S E JOHN FAST JE CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS. Store Shelving, Office Fixtures, Etc. Prices or) Application. Work Guaranteed Drake University Commercial & Shorthand Des Moines, towa. Aroycu interested in Business College workv Do you wisli to take a caurse in Bookkeeping or shorthand? Our courses of studv are practical, fie instruction Is thorough. :tnd equipment Is complete. Our graduates are 11 Phacmacy School and a Normal Training school for teuchcrs* THE STANDARD PENS EVERYWHERE. Binder Whips 25c FLY NETS WE HAVE NETS TO SELL NOT TO KEEP )M% I Si coffee he With What —or when roasted? If you buy your coffee loose by the pound, how can you expect purity and uniform quality? $9 tbe LEADER OF ALL PACKAGE COFFEES, Is ol necessity uniform In quality, strength and flavor. For 0VEK A QUAKTEK OF CENTURY, UON COFFEE has been She standard eollee In millions ol homes. OR8 full •J.' tied sponsible positi'us offered by business and p-ofesslon«l men. iisitKt our graduates in finding desirable positions. Address, DRAKE UNIVERSITY, llau IWolnes, Iowa. We for the most re STEEL PENS ISO Style* ESTERBROOK STEEL PEM CO dvmv»»\vm vmwwvuMvmwmiwvwwMMU No. W. KNISKKHN. Chamberlain's Si^^R^ed"". Qet one at The New Barber Shop Iseminger & Hover, Props. Under Crawford County State Bank. Everything neat and new. PinBro?d*lh& 26*iohn St., n*?T* All kinds at Prices that will surely make you .buy when you see the quality of the goods we are offering. And will make move them. you. prices that will surely I Binder Canvasses Repaired I The Best of MACHINE OILS Constantly on hand, JOHN 5CHNOOR fei. Iowa E. H. Howland Lumber and Coal Co. South Omaha. Nebraska Will sell you lumber cheap. Send in your bill for estimate. 428 24th St., South Omaha. TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually, to fill thb new positions created by Railroad and Telegraph Companies. We want young men and ladies of good habits, to Learn Telegraphy and R. R. Accounting We furnish 75 pei cent, of the Operators and Station Agenis In America. Our six schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools In the wofld. Established 20 years and endorsed by all leading Railways Offi cials. We execute a $450 Bond to every student 0 furnish him or her a position paying from S40 to $U0 a month In States east of the Rocky Mountalns, or from $75 to $100 a mouth In states west of the Rockies, immediately upon graduation. Students can enter at any time. No vaca tions. Tor full particular* regarding any of our Schools write direct to our executive' office at Cincinnati, O. Catalogue free. Cincinnati, Ohio. Atlanta, Ga. Texarkana, Tex. Buffalo, N. Y. LaCrosue, W s. San Franoisco, Cal.