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No. 10, Muil train !l.59 p. No. 46. Way freieht 12.15 pm No. 12—Passenger 10:0a a. No. 22. Oarrol Local 6.52 p. No. 8 Los Angeles Limited 11.54 a. m. No. 2 Overland Limited 10.33 p. in No 30 Local 9,20 a. m. West Bound. No. 21. Council Bluffs local 7.14 a. m. No. 1 6 50 a. m. No. 5 9 C2 m. No. 3 1.04 m. «o. 11 5 24 a. m. o. 9, Fast mall 0.34 a. m, Jo. IS. Past mail No 29 Local lo 46 Leave Jo 42 *o 41 Arrive So 45 Freight, (Dally except Sunday) 10.35 A. No. 32 Co. Bluffs St Paul (Daily) 10 32 P. No. 2 Omaha. St. Paul, Minneapo lis & Chicago Limited (Daily) 7. 48 P. M. —West Bound— Ao. 1 Chicago, St. Paul ^Minn eapolis Limited, (Daily) 5. 35 A. No. 31 St Paul & Minneapolis & Omnht Daily 6. il P. No. 91 Local Way Freight, (Dally except Sunday) 1 P. No.5 Chicago & Omaha Express (Uaily) All Daily Except 91 Telephone Crawford co. No, 325 Iowa No. 94 Across the street from McKim Hull 1 E L. L. BOND, 3 PHYSIC/AN AND SURGEON. LOCAL SURGEON C. & N. V/. R, R. OFFICES IN LAUB BLOCK f? C. IV. CARR [fitm 12.40 p.m 1 35 p. Boyer Valley 0:05 am 2:45 am 2:40 iii 5:50 Illinois Central R. R. Time Table -Knwt Hound No. 4 Omaha. St. I'aul. Minneapo lis & Chicago Express, (I)hlly) 9 51 A. No. 92 Co. Bluffs & Ft.. Dodge Way S 07 il BUSINESS DIRECTORY. r&isi3rr2i&jcifsj&n=L-s=.'3.tajsrc 3eeBes£as PHYSICip^S: R.P.PLIMPTON, HOMEOPATH I ST PHYSICIAN. OFFICE IN RESIDENCE, BROADWAY. H.A.BOYLE. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. S P. J. BRANNON J] PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. 0: OFFICE IN GuLICK BLOCK S IOWA PHONE NO. T. c. c. PHONE NO. es. J. J. MEEHAN, sK PHYSICIAN Ct SURGEON, OFFICE AT KNAUL'S DRUB STORE. ".?• C. C. PHONE: OFFICE 249. RES. 246. G. C. BRANDT, „, 3 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office over Lamborn Drug Co. DE'"*IISON CITY HOSPITAL, EEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS. REASONABLE RATES CORNER PINE & BENEFIT R. O. MCCONNAUGHY. D. D. S. OFFICE IN WAR3ASSE BLOCK. PHONE 259. MONDAY'S IN DOW CITY, fITTQjRI*EYS: L- M. SHAW. J. SIMS. C. F. KUEHNLE. SHAW, SIMS KUEHNLE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. OFFICE WITH THE BANK OF DENISON. J. H. WALKEh ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS 3 OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE ft1 J. I CONNER. P. E. C.LALLY 8 CONNER & LALLY. OFFICES OVER CRAWFORD COUNTY BANK fi FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY. I CHARLES TABOR. 2 OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICES IN NEW QULICK BLOCK. OVER DENISON CLOTHING CO ESTATE aoga^cocxiascaooooo^afta COLLECTIONS. MONEY TO LOAN fi CHAS. BULLOCK, 'A AND NEBRASKA LANDS OVER LAMBORN DRUG STORE. SK fjL saseaasHEea SATURDAY, AUG. 4th, 1906. In accordance with the adjourn ment the Board of Supervisors met in the Auditor's office, Saturday, August 4th, 1906. Called to order at 10 a. m. Members all present. Minutes of Tuesday, July 17th, 1906, were read and approved. On motion the following claims were allowed: ThosFItzglbbons, costs in caseof Ryan & Ryan $ 7 51 Edw Theobald, salary for July lit! i7 Harthun, salary for July 00 (Hi Theo Kuhl, salary for July 135 Of) Cora Kuhl, salary for July 00 00 ML Houlihan, salary for July 100 00 Mrs S Martyn, salary for July ClausPahl, salary for Julv Wm McLennan,salary for July..... Sturges, publishing board pro ceedings Chassell & Ferpusen, 8 book type writer ribbons E Pearson, hailing old court house furniture The Balle-Brodersen Co.,merchandise for court house James McGuire, work on tunnel under jail Redenbaugh, work and material for Mrs diss' house Chas Saltweil. damages on account of cutting ditch through land Thos Meehan, boarding prisoners through July Thos Meehan commitments and dis charges fees for July Thos Meehan. scrubbing jail and washing for prisoners during July.. W Rolls, justice of the peace tran script. case State vs John Holiday.. ThosAhart, sitting with board, com mittee wurk and mileage .. \V Maynard, freight paid, 12.75: sit ting with board, committee work and mileage, $1 it.35: total 11 S hroeder. lreight paid, J'-2.75, sit ting with board, committee work and mileage, $h.WI total We'.cn it ic OFFICE AT RESIDENCE. SI LOCAL SURGEON I. C. R. R. WRIGHT & COON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON W I.angley and Dave McNair, painting bridges, Ahart's dis Dr W TWrieht, salary for Juiy The ISalle-Brodersen Co., mercnan dise for Mrs Hort.m John Rohwer. meat for poor persons Mrs Ernest Plough, board and care for Kolze during August John Aliart, for working the one mill road work between Boyer and Wil low township .' Chicago Gas & Electric Fixture Mfg. l^o., electric light fixtures i[ I Office Crawford County No. 50: Phones'. Res. Crawford County No. 2s3. I Res. Iowa No. il 1 1 h' I sr. c. c. PVONE ioe Down tow office in Wai'hasse Block. C. O. Phone 121 ©EIJTISTS: J. c. robinsoiv?d1d^s. OFFICE OVER THE DENISON DRUG CO. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BRIDGE AND PLATE WORK. B. F. PHILBROOK, D. D. S. WEDNESDA Y3 /N DUNLAP. OFFICES IN THE LAUB BLOCK. oo Uti 67 •X) 00 104 00 33 33 50 0J Hoffman, salary fur July Thos Meehau..salary for July Cummings, salary for July Morris McHenry. work for county during July, stls.50: chainmen, J5.75, total Mr and Mrs John Muir, janitor work (luring July 84 Baer, nightwatch during July Mrs S Greek, office rent for super intendent May, June and July, l!«*i.. AD Randall, office rent for attorney, lune 15th to July 15th. 1906 Crawford County Demokrat, publish ing board proceedings The Denison Bulletin, publishing board proceedings and ]ob work 00 00 5 (Hi 45 U0 lti 00 79 66 3 00 15 00 S3 10 8 75 Molter, sitting with board, com mittee work and mileage si 75 Board adjourned at 12 noon to meet at p. m. AKTEHNOoN SESSION. Board met at 1 p. in. and allowed claims as follows: Crawford Co. Telephone Co., tolls and rentals for August W 12 or. Co., supplies for countv superintendent '. Horiman, drayage and express paid Herman Grill, part payment on walks around court nouse yard John Richardson, dirt used to change creek bed in boldler town ship Geo A Birlinghof. part payment for services rendered as architect 2500 00 Farmers Lumber Co., material for bridges, Maynard's dls 1* Duncan, painting bridges, Cook's dis The Shorthill Co.. steel culvert pipe, 31 35 90 00 5 on 1 Oil 8 00 400 15 1000 00 Resolved by the Board of Super visors of Crawford county, Iowa: That the sum of $656.63 balance due the Art Metal Construction Co. of St. Louis. Mo., on contract for furnish ing the steel furniture for the court house be paid in full upon the recom mendation of Geo. A. Berlinghof, Architect and Superintendent. Resolved by the Board of Super visors of Crawford county, Iowa: that the balance due the Korsmeyer Co., of Lincoln, Nebr., amounting to the sum of $3598.00 be paid in full on contract for plumbing and steam heating system installed in court house less $150.00 deducted for de fective and unfinished work upon the recommendation of Geo. A. Ber linghof, Architect and Superinten dent. Marxen & Rokahr, part payment on statement rendered 4( 0 tKi Resolved by the Board of Super visors of Crawford county, Iowa: that Dr. W. H. Sclniltzof Schleswig, Iowa, is hereby appointed Coroner of this county to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Dr. R.'Fuester. Resolved by the Board of Super visors of Crawford countv, Iowa that. Juliii Cook be appointed a com mittee to purchase a truck for treas urer ollice. Board adjourned at 10 ditj II. C. tet it HOI ri i! "V p. m. sine Chairman !Cm\ Tin on vi D, Auditoi. ,- .MONDAY, SEPTEMBER tl l'Kli The Board of Supervisors met in the auditors ollice Mondav, September lrd 1900. ailed to order at 10:00 a. ru. ww .:-: Members all Present. Minutes of Saturday. August 4th 190(i were read and approved. On motion claims were allowed us lollows: John Ahart. working one mill road tax between Buyer and Willow J'wp. John Ahart. working one mill road tax Union Township O A Cooper, working one mill road tax town of How CUv A E Wlnship. two lectures at Institute John E Cameron, one weeks work and two lectures at Institute A E Parsons, teaching at institute Bertha Cadwell, touching at Insti tute W S Mitchell, teaching at institute E Fellows, teaching at Institute Albert llealy, marking institute papers Mrs Carrie Kobinson. marking insti tute papers W Welch Co, supplies for lnstitute.. Qoodyear-Mursliall Fubllbliing Co., supplies for Institute THE DENISON REVIEW, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Edw Theobald, silary for August 116 07 Harthun, salary for August 60 00 Theo Kuhl, salary for Auzusi 125 00 Cora Kuhl. salary for August 60 U0 ML Houlihan, salary for August 100 00 Mrs S Martyn. salary for August 60 Ou Olaus Patil. snlary for August 116 67 Wm McLennan, salary for August.. 60 00 Hoffman, salary for August 104 00 Cuinuiinjfs. salary lor August 50 00 Thos Meehan, salary for August 33 33 Mr and Mrs John Muir. janitor work for August 60 00 Morris McHenry, work for county In August 55 50 Edw Theobald, express and freight paid 7 20 Baer, nightwatch for August... 5 00 W Maynard committee work and mileage 46 70 Thos Ahart committee work and mile age 36 90 Wru Andrews Dec. Co.. deccrating corridors 750 00 Morris soldiers relief commission er and mileage 6 80 Fred Bock soldiers relief commis sioner and mileage. 7 50 Molter, committee work and mile age 35 50 ML Houlihan jr stamped envelopes 10 90 Board adjourned at 12 noon to meet at 1 P. M. AFTERNOON SESSION. Board met at 1 P. M. and allowed claims as follows: The AN Palmer Co. supplies for sup enntendent 3 60 Stewart Lumber Co. material for sheriffs residence 31 02 JW Baker oli for jaii The Boys merchandise for.court house Wilcox washing towels for court house James McGuire labor at sheriffs resi dence John Malony jr helping clerk move in courthouse James Walters trustee Union town ship A A Kisliel trustee Union township.. Sol Gibson trustee UniOD tnwrship.. Ed Butts Clerk Union township Wm Maynard labor on bridges May nard's district Geo Hugg labor on bridges Cojks dis tiict Joliu Eck tabor on bridges Schroeders district Cari Lutz labor on bridges Cooks dis trict Kobiniiult Bros painting bridges 58 65 15 00 5 V2 5t 30 00 15 0i» 25 00 15 00 Cooks district Slater labor on bridges Molters district Anderson labor on bridges May nard district John Hi Hand lalior on bridges May nard aistrict 6 3h 25 00 Lynch labor on bridges Maynard district Fred Gigax labor on bridges Molters district I'at Pelly labor on bridges Cooks dis trict Ben Quathamer material f^r bridges Molters district Fort Dodge Culvert Co two 40 foot cul verts Ahart district Neola Elevator co material for bridges Molters ulstrict Stewart Lumber Co material for bndues Holier district Dr. W Wright salary for August Mrs Nellie Erickson caring for Mr. ltobinault July 1st to August 15th lilOti W W Watson house rent for Mrs Fort son June to September 9 19C6 1 45 00 40 00 6 Cook's dis The Shorthill Co., steel culvert pipe, Molter's dis The Shorthill Co,, iron beams, sher iff residence 15 S5 307 50 70 21 0U 45 22 50 5 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 t'O 29 00 27 00 15 75 3 OO 4 OS 26 25 56 SS 7 06 220 00 Molters district Nye Schneider Fowler co. material for uridges Cook district Browman-Krans Lumber Co material for bridges Maynard district Stewart Lumber Co materal for bridge 59 61 2 00 16 50 178 S'O 49 17 TUESDAY, SEPT. 4th, 1906. In accordance with the adjourn ment the Board of Supervisors met in the Auditor's office Tuesdav, Sept. 4th, 19U6. Called to order at 9 a. m. Members present H. C. Schroeder, C. H. Molter, John Cook and Thos. Ahart. Minutes of Monday, September 3d, 1906, were read and approved. On motions claims were allowed as tallows: W Meyers, stamps for county oill ... $ 55 00 cers 3 W Nortnan, labor for county... Romans Company, merchandise for county Matt Parrott & Sons, C5 township trustee laws John Fastje. screens for court house.. liartcher Bros., shades for court house Iowa Telephone Co., tolls and rentals for May, June. July and August Iowa Telephone Co., tolls and rentals for Sept 44t» 00 Johnson & Co., supplies Welch & Co., supplies American Soap Co., fifty pounds kleansall Slilson, Justice of the Peace trau script Maurice O'Connor, Justice of the Peace transcript McNvrtney, Justice of tile Peace trans ript John Fastje, material and work for John Cook, sitting with lloard, com mittee work and mileage AH Rudd, publishing road notices and job work, claim fciii.O.i allowed.. Tnos Meehan, boarding prisoners ers during August Thos Meehan, commitments and discharges fees Ihos Meehan, scrubbing and disin lecting and washing for prisoners Tnos lv i,eenan, scrvius road nonces. l.vhv 1 tieouaid. postal cards hobinault liros., painting bridge Cool dis 1-. Barber, work on bridge plans.. i.,reen l)av Lumber Company, mate rial lor bridges, Molter dis AFTHKNOOX Board met at 1 p. r.a oo 50 00 35 00 75 00 40 00 90 00 *0 00 0 10 00 5 SO 00 40 77 35 5 65 i0 10 -1 00 in ti M'o 11 75 15 05 55 20 17 00 17 00 ('. 00 1.") 011 111 !»5 1 10 12 IK) J- Oil Miller, working one mill road tax, Utter Creek township Town of West Suie, working one null mad tax I1' 7S -10 Resolved by the Board ol Super visors ol IT.wlord Countv. Iowa, that: L.vman F. Morns be appointed teoldieis It«-liel Commissioner. CldUa 1 tihl, insane commission ami witness fees i» ro .Board adjourned at 12 noon to meat at 1 p. 111. SKSSIOX. in. and allowed claims as lollows: Salomon casket, robe, etc lurmshed 1J Robinault $ 23 00 Tne Hoys, merchandise furnished Jacob lirnst ft oil N Underbill, coal tor Mrs Hutler.. 2 i5 .Mercy Hospital, boarding lirmgieson and Anderson 5 ino 100 00 W 11 Corev, house rent for Mrs But ler, March 22nd to Sept. 1st, mw 29 32 William Marquardt, house rent for O Moeller, June 1st to September 1st. 00 00 IS 00 Manchester Hull & Co., merchandise 6 25 for poor 21,90 Denison Oakland Cemetery As^ocia 11 35 lion, hurial for I) Robinault 4 00 Green Bay Lumber Company, mate- rial for Mrs Uiss' house 145 24 40 On motion the following allowances idt*.** ill & 20, 1906. were made to poor persons for Sep tember and October: JohnOlson. Denison $ 10 00 Kol/.e. henison 00 Mrs Mahoney, Denison iron !eo Dodd, Denison 00 Ueo l.uft, Denison 8 00 MrsGiss, Denison .. r, no Mrs Hal Butler, Denison 00 Mrs I5ert Butler, Denison 00 Mrs VVatje, Denison 10 00 Eddie Nicholaysen, Denison 5 00 Mrs Kllleany, Denison ii Co Alfreda Gardner, Denison 5 00 Mrs Angermund, Denison 5 00 MrsSchwitzer, Denison 12 00 Mrs Iieece, Charter Oak 4 00 Mrs Crone, Charter Oak 00 Mrs Mary Carroll, Charter Oak ti 00 Mrs Henkel, Charter Oak 10 00 Mrs 13d Meier, West Side 12 00 Mrs Palmer, Vail c, 00 Mrs Johr.son, Vail ti 00 Franc Etzel.iVail 00 as McCarthy, Vail 10 00 John Baber, Dow City 7 00 Mrs Goff, Dow City 7 00 Mrs E Tlllett, Dow City 15 00 Mrs Palmer, Manilla ti 00 Mrs Hollander, spinwall 4 00 John Dee, Buck Grove 12 00 Mrs Hattery, Deloit ti 0J Wm Cose. Deloit 5 00 Lars Peterson, Kiron 4 00 A Johnson, Kiron 10 00 Claus Joens, Hays twp 10 00 Ordered that a remittance of $8.06 be made to Daniel Thomas on account of poor person. Ordered that a refund of Sii.OO be made to John Maloney on account of having worked poll tax in West Side township. Board adjourned at 5 p. m. to meet Thursday, September 6th, 1906, at 9 a. m. H. C. SCHROKDKR. Chairman. EDW. THEOBALD, Auditor. 6 50 5 CO 6 75 300 THURSDAY, SEPT. 6th 1906. In accordance with the adjournment the Board of Supervisors met in the auditors ottice Thursday, September, 6th, 1906. Called to order at 9. A. M. Members all present. Minutes of Tuesday. September, 4th were read and approved: On motion claims were allowed as follows: John Ilavles labor on bridges Molters district 18 00 1J Naughton damage on road Cooks district 50 00 Herman Grill material for bridges Molters district 6S 05 Herman Grill material for bridges Cooks district .. 125 25 Adolph Stier material for bridges Schroeders district ti 00 Green Hay I.umber Co. material for bridges Maynnrds district 51 S5 Green Bay Lumber Co material for bridges Molters district 5 05 ISHHC Hird material for bridges Molter district 38 3a Swan Johnson working one null road tax Mllford township 107 40 John Baylcs working une mill road tax Nishuabotny 45 OO 22 50 On Motion claim of Mrs. Nellie Erickson for $15.00 was rejected. Board adjourned at 6 P. M. to meet Tuesday September 4th, 1900 at 9 A.M. Edw. Theobald H. C. Schroeder, Auditor Chairman. 2n8 Resolved by the board of super visors that the following named pre sons be appointed to act as judges and clerks of the coming election in the several voting precincts. Iowa- Judge, John Hockett Clerk. Peter Carstens. Nishnabotny—Judge. John Ham ann Clerk Mark Sutton. Washington—Judge, Ernst Stege mann Clerk. Frank Slater. Union—Clerk St. Clair Butter worth. Boyer—Clerk. A. L. Dunham. Hays—Judge, J. R. Brockelsby Clerk, D. E. Lietner. East Boyer—Clerk, Wm. Schneid er. 1 Denlson Hospital board and caring for Thomas McCarthy March 25th to June 25th IDOii. 24 On motion claim of Harrison county for S122 79 was rejected. On motion appointment of Dun can. deputy sherift was approved. On motion otlicial bond of Dun can deputy sheriff was approved. Consent Highway petition of Naughton came up for hearing, and on motion was established as a public ighway. t.:„ Denison—Clerk, Ira Gillmor? Paradise—Clerk, Henry Scott. Willow—Clerk, Arthur Dietz. West Side—Judge, Henry Lanip'f Clerks J. C. Suhr, Geo. Spotswood. Vail—Judges, Jess McAndrews Frank Slegel Clerk, C. C. Vail. Milford—Judge L. L. Austin Clerk N. W. Inghram. Goodrich—Judge, Momme Jessen Clerk, Carey Phillips. Charter Oak—Judge, Hans Hagge Clerk, Franz Groth. Jackson—Judge, Kickie Bruns Clerk, Robert Hanna. Stockholm -Judge, John Pithan Clerk, Gustav Stehr. Kiron—Judges, Christ Schmidt, Swan Mauritz Clerks, G. A. Nore lius, A. Sederberg. Schleswig--Judge, Herman Boock Cleik, .Tuergen kiohnke. Morgan—Judge, Peter Nielsen Clerk, Gustav Rabe. Gustav Neal: Soldier—J udge, Clerk, Peter Rrur.n. Denison 1st Ward Richardson Clerks, L. Christ Utto. Jiulge, Geo. i\ Cochran, Denison 2nd Ward-Judge John Hoist Clerk, John Amsworth. Denison ird Ward—Judge E. O. Thiem Clerks John Rohwer, A. G. Myers. Hoard adjourned at 12 Noon to meet lit 1 P. M. \Fn:nNot\ si.^siiv Hoard met at 1 P. M. and allowed claims as follows: 11 sclirotMier frcli.'lil vu: pnul... .. .-i 11 SchiML'ilor coniiiiuiee work and mileage It) In 11 Moliur sitting with board commit tee work and mileage -'0 00 Tlios Ahart sitting with board commit tee work and uiileaue 17 10 (. SVygant merchandise lor county I 1 John Kaslje table tor abstractors room 30 00 John Cook transportation furnished Mrs II Watjo to go to Davenport and I accompany her litis baud home from I the hospital 30 00 S Horr merchandise for Mrs Hattery 5 10 Sisters of Mercy hoard and caring for county paupers June July August.. 240 00 V/v rC'4? CALUMET Baking* Powder The only high grade Baking Powder sold at a moderate price. Com plies with the pure food laws of all states. .... 65 OO came up con- Highway Petition No 1009 for hearing and whereas the ditions have been complied with was finally established a public highway. Highway Petition No. lull for re location of road No. 772 came UD for hearing and on motion was granted as prayed for. Highway petition No. 1014 came up for hearing and on Motion is laid over to November Session 1900 for reason of want of notice. Board adjourned at 0 M. to meet Wednesday. September 12th, 1906 at 9 A. EDW THEOBALD, H. C. SCHROEDER, Auditor Chairman. £ou) City. The carnival was a success in spite of the rain. The free attractions were better than are usually seen and the band rendered good service all three days. Thursday there was a good ball game between Woodbine and Defiance, in which Defiance won by 3 to 2. There was no game Friday on account of the rain but Saturday one of the best games ever played in this part of the state was played by Dunlap and Defiance. Both sides had obtained good help and no scores were run in during the first nine innings. They then played the tenth inning and at the very last of the last half. De fiance ran in one score. We would like a ball game of this kind every day. Agnes Goddard was at home over Sunday. Metta McHenry was in Dow City this week visiting with relatives and friends. The Misses Griffin of Buck Grove have been visiting their Aunt Mrs. Willis Wiggins and attending carni val. Friday afternoon Mrs. Bell enter tained a few friends in honor of Frank Stone and wife. The Royal Neighbor Deputy is can vassing this district this week. The placing of Methodist ministers has taken place this week. Rev. and Mrs. Varley, who have so faith fully served Dow City during the past three years, has been sent to Lanesborough. Rev. Curtis is to come ©cSfilfi But good bread! Made with The Wonderful Yeast Try it oncc— use it forever. Yeast Fonm is tho venst that took tho first (Jrand I'rizo at tho St. Louis Ex position. Sold by all gro ceis at 5 cts. a package— enough for 10 loaves. Send 11 postal card for our new illustrated book "Good Bread How to make It.'" NORTHWESTERN YEAST CO. CHICACO, ILL. sGsam Page Trust Baklnsr Powders sell for 45 or SO cents per pound and may be iden tified by this exorbitant price. They area menace to public health, as food prepared from them con tains lartre quantities of Rochella •alts, a dangerous cathartic drug. to Dow City. We do not know this man, but extend a hearty welcome. Frank Stone and wife started for their new home in Nampa, Idaho,Sat urday. Helen Bell had a friend from Denison visiting her this week. Grandpa Dow is quite sick this week. J. E. Nicewonger has sold his hearse to a party in Woodbine Mr. Nicewonger is still in Dakota. Thursday Ad. Fishel and Mrs. Klick were married at Dunlap. They came back to Dow City Monday and were properly chiravaried. This couple have the good wishes of all Dow City people. Mrs. Hammond has sold her pro perty in the west end of town to Mr. McColl. Mrs. Hansen has rented the place of Mr. McColl. Dr. Gannaway's are moving into their home on Main street. Wm. Spence Sr., is again able to be up town. Mr. Howorth has returned from his trip to Hot Springs, Dakota. Sol Gibson has been quite sick. His daughter Maggie came home to nurse him. He is now better. A bath cleanses the skin and rides the porse of refuse. A bath makes for better fellowship and citizenship. Not only should the outside of the body be cleansed, but occasional use of lexa tiveor cathartic opens the bowels and. clears the system of effete matter. Best for thi- are DeWitt's Little Early Raisers Pleasant little pills that do I not gripe or sicken. Sold by BORN DRUG CO. DR. B. A. STOCKDALE Eye, Ear, Nose. Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist of Des Moines .will be in his office in rierchants Hotel (Formerly Fargo House) DENISON Wed. Sep. 12, from S a. m. to 6 p. m., returning every 23 days. It is the pei-tect confidence have in my treatment tluit warrants me in adopting the above terms. I do not require any money (except pav for medicine) until a perfect cure is made. Di. fcitockdale reputation tor curing thtonic diseases is unsurpassed by an\ other specialist 111 the state He i! thoioughly tellable ami invites any whoaie interested to investigate his standing, both financially and tessionally. .!![• "i! 3 'i/j" 4'' J, 5-' 'J II LAM pro- lie po»ifi\ elj lilies chronic catanh, diseases of the eye, ear nose, throat lungs, kidnevs! stomach and liver, and rheumatism. coiistipation If jou aie bullering from nervous and phjsical debility, lost vigor and premature decline of power, Dr. Stockdale guarantees to cure. Blood and skin diseases and diseases of women. Consultation free and confidential. If you cannot call, Address write me. Dr. B. A. STOCKDALE, 619 West Walnut, Des Moines, lowaj tr?