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Dr. B. A. Stockdale
will b* in his offict in Merchants Hotel, Denison, Iowa. Wednesday, Aug 14th From 9 a. m. to 6 p: m. ONE DAY ONLY Pay When Cured Because of the perfect confidence I have in my treatment, I make the fol lowing offer: I do not require any money (except pay for medicine) until a cure is made. I positively cure Chronic, Catarrh, Diseases of the Throat, Lungrs, Liver and Kidneys, Dyspepsia, Constipation and Rheumatism. Piles and all Rectal Diseases Cured If you are suffering- from nervous and physical debility I will cure you. Consultation Free If you cannot call, write for free book ADDRESS Dr. 6. A. Stockdale Utica Building. Cornor Sixth and Walnut St. Des Moines, Iowa. See me in Des Moines office Mon days, Tuesdays, Fridays and Satur days. ^f^g§g?E«nMore $ $ $ Business and Short hand Courses taught by Moat experienced Teachers in the weal. Positions for graduates. Work tor Board. Help for deserving students. Address Moaher-Lampman College. Information free. 1700 r«rn%m St.. OUAHA. N»b McConnaughey—De is t—Boylan Block. 22-10 John Riha. a prominent dealer of Vining, Ia., says: "I have been selling DeWitt' Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill ever sold. There are a dozen people here who have used them and they give perfect satisfactaion in every case. I have used them myself with fine re sults." Sold by Lamborn Drug Co. FOR SALE. One fine Poland China boar with pedigree. Large bone, long body a fine breeder. Will go cheap if taken in the next 30 days. Call or address one mile east and one south of Schleswig G. Girard Schleswig Iowa. 80-4t. GRAND ARMY MEETING. John A. Logan Post G. A. R. meets 2nd and 4th Saturdays in each month at 2 o'clock P. M- in McHenry Hall. W. W. Rhodenbaugh, Commander John L. Richardson Adjutant. JOHN SCHNOOR 1ICENSED EMBAIMER AND UNDERTAKER. License No. 8M Demscm, Iowa. Calls attended to day or night, and al work done in an up to date and satisfactory manner Office at C. J. Salomon's furniture •tore. Crawford County Phone, store No. 38, Residence No. 90. DlARRHffiL A few doses of this remedy will in variably cure an ordinary attack of diarrhoea. It can always be depended upon, even in the more severe attacks of eramp colic and cholera morbus. It is equally successful for summer diarrhoea and cholera infantum in children, and is the means of saving the lives of many children each year. When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take. Every man of a family should keep this remedy iu his home. Buy it now. PRICE, 25c. LAROB SIZE, 50C. I AO?. "f if Sunday School Column Side Lights on Next Sunday's Les son for Teachers and Pupils!" By CHAS. K. MEYERS. Sunday School Association Officers. President. W. C. Van Ness, Denison. Vice President. J. B. Alfred. Manilla. Secretary and Treasurer. Chas. K. Meyers. Denison. Department secretaries are as follows: Home department, Mrs. Pierce. Denison. Normal de partment. Prof. E. W. Fellows. Denison. House to house. Mrs. Harper. Dow City. Primary. Mrs. Voss. Denison. Temperance. Sears McHenry, Denison. Missionary. Miss Sadie Neeley. Manilla. August 18th The Day of Atone ment. Lev. 16. 5-22. While on its face a recital of what the priests should do in the religious worship of the Jews, thousands of years ago, this lesson is important for proper understanding of God's plan of redemption as set forth in the holy biole. It will be remembered that in the division of space in the Tabernacle that one portion was set off by heavy curtains and was desig nated "The Holy of Holies" as also that into this sacred enclosure none but the High Priest could go, and then but once a veai. The les son of this Sunday tells about his annual visit to the very holy place, what he should do, and what his do ing signified. The great day wa3 called "The day 6f the AtonementV.. It was on this day that the High Priest offered sacrifices for his own sins and those of all the people. He was to take off his usual robes of office, and to be simply clad in pure white linen after having washed himself perfectly clean. He was to sacrifice a young bullock firstly for his own sins, and to sprink le the blood before the mercy seat of the most holy place. He was to take two goats without blemish, the one he was to sacrifice for the sins of the people, and the other was to be led from the camp ana let go after the priest had put- his hands on him. and laid OD his head the sins and transgressions of the people. The last named animal was made the "scape goat" for the wrong doing of others. The strength of this lesson comes through noting how the innocent Jesus in time became the sacrifice for the 3ins of the people. He. like the scape goat, was taken out of the gate bearing the sins of the world. Last ly Jesus became the high priest enter ing into the Holy of Holies in heaven and there ever liveth to make inter cession for us. The masterful Paul in Hebrews takes up this matter and deals with it in a convincing way. In the fourth chapter and four teenth verse Paul says: "Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is pasesd into the heavens, Jesus the son of God. let us hold fast our profession." In Hebrews seven and twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth verses Paul says: "For such a high priest became us. who is holy, harmless,undefiled,separ ate from sinners and made higher than the heavens" Wherefoie he is able to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by Him, seeing He ever liveth to make intercession for them. "Again Paul writes in the eighth chapter and the eleventh and following verses, "neither by the blood of goats and calves,but by His blood." "He entered in once into the holy place, having obtained eternal redemption for us." If the blood of bulls and goats sanctifieth to the purifying of the flesh how much more shall the blood of Christ who through the eternal Spirit offered without spot to God. judge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?" After reading of these verses little need be added. It is indeed a blessed thought that we all have this mediator who ever liveth to make intercession for us. and that the sacrifice made by Jesus on to the cross "one for all" made an atonement for us. Those who have stomach trouble, no matter how light, should give every possible help to the digetiva^ organs, so that the food may be dis gested with the least effort. This may be done by taking something that contains natural digestive properties something like Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia. Kodol is a prepara tion of vegetable acids and contains the very same juices found in a healthy stomach. It digestts what you eat. Sold by Lamborn Drug Co. Fine Timothy hay for sale. Blink. Route 1 Deni3on Moderate Price J. W. 31-3 pd Galumel Baking Powder $1(OOD.OOwill be plwta for Kllth ytubfltaacd ioaad I injurious to la Ottlamefcr PENISON S RECORD. Showing of Denison Base Ball Club Since Season Opefied. The following is the score of the Denison Base Ball Team since June the 4th when the season may fairly be said to have opened. June 4--Denison 11 14 18 21 23 27' 28 25 30 2 3 4 July 9 4 9 1 15 3 2 1 9 3 2 2 20 13 10 4 8 1 12 13 14 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 Dunlap 8 Manning 3 Dow City 21 Vail 0 Dow City 10 Ute 1 Jefferson 3 10 Carroll 0 Vail 15 Manning 7 13 Dow City 2 Bloomers 0 2 Jefferson 3 9 7 4 0 0 2 13 13 1 6 Dunlap Ute 6 Manning 2 14 0 0 6 3 4 11 1 4 7 4 9 3 0 Carroil Manning Carroll Manning 1 Jefferson 1 30 8 vv 2 31 2 Aug. 1 10 Ft. Dodge 3 2 8 3 .3 12 0 24o 158 Games won 25-Lost 10. Shut outs other teams 8. Been Shut out 1. TO PRESERVE^WALL" LAKE. Correspondent in Story City Herald Calls Attention to Possibilities of Nearby Lake. A correspondent in the Story City Herald last week made an appeal for the preservation, improvement and beautifying Wall Lake, and its per manent use as a pretty and enjoyable pleasure resort for the people of sur rounding towns and vicinities. The Herald's correspondent' acticle is as follows: "Say fellows, let's not allow any nasty old dredging outfit to root its way through our dear old lake and steal it away from us. Let's—now all together—ask Uncle Sam to keep it for us that we may fit it up, trim its face and fringe it roundabout with beautiful trees and fine walks. Why sigh for boat trips over in Europe or somewhere else way off when we can launch our little boats close to our own thresholds, with additional priv ilege of not having to spend anything on railroad fare, steamer berths, trips, etc. in order to get there. We are always apt to think that the Elysian fields are situated afar off, way over on the other side of the globe, overlooking meanwhile the El dorado that lies within a stone's throw of us. We are living the garden spot of the world to be sure, (so say the knowing ones) but is there no possible room for improvement any more^ How about this lake? A farmer who has lived near the lake for over thirty years and having observed matters, is quoted as saying that if the muskrats were not bothered they alone would clear the lake of weeds and rushes in a com paratively short time. There is sufficient depth for launches and small sail boats. At present fish are quite plentiful, enough at least to provide pastime for the hook and line fraternity. It is not likely that the natural springs that feed the lake will dry soon. It would surprise us all what one competent man could accomplish towards beautifying the lake and its shores if he were given fitting remu neration enabling him to spend his ac tive time there. TV No doubt but that a large amount of volunteer work would be proffered from all over this vast community to push this grand undertaking to as rapid a completion as possible. The averge expense pro persona if such and everybody took part would be infinitesimal indeed! Hark ye. Jewell, Storm City. Randall, Ellsworth, and respective communities, also other neighboring towns and vicinities, come one, come all. to the great mass meeting which ought to be held about September 1st this year at some centrally located place for the purpose of preserving Wall Lake for ourselves and for future generations.—"Friend of Wall Lake Keep the pores and the skin clean when you have a cut, burn, bruise or scratch. De Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores and heals quickly. Sold by Lamborn Drug Co. NOTICE New Honey on sale at the Balle Brodersen Co.. Friends and patrons are requested to get their there. Miles Honey Co. supply 30-tt. mm (aramr vr. '•.V. 1-4: vrc.v. ___ all. S i- Daily News 2 S fe Morning Journal S Republican run 1 Nothing Succeeds like Success A Success. After giving our programs in twelve of Iowa's best towns we can truthfully proclaim, Everybody Everywhere IS I "Started out with immense crowds. Everybody Hungarian Orchestra. Jf "Chautauqua a big success in every way." PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SANITARY SEWER. To whom it may concern: The City Council of the city of Denison, Iowa, will receive bids for the con struction of a line of sanitary sewer, commencing on Pine street at the end of the sewer at a point one hundred and eighty feet north of a manhole at the intersection of Church street and Pine street and running thence along Pine street a distance of five hundred and ninety feet to a point at the in tersecction of Burt street and Pine street, then west four hundred feet to the intersection of Park street and Burt sreet. Also commencing at the intersection of Burt street and Pine street an running northeasterly and east a distance of four hundred and thirty seven feet, along east Prospect street to the intersection of High street and east Prospect street, com prising in all 1415 feet, including not to exceed 50 "Y" joints and four manholes. Said sewer to be con structed of eight inch vitrified pipe and laid in accordance with specifica tion now on file in the office of the city engineer. All bids to be accom panied with a sample "joint" of the pipe upon which the bid is made. •"•to- Enthusiastically Endorses Six full days of the best of lectures, discussions, enters tainments, music* The newspapers say we give more and better numbers than we agreed to. Business and pro/ fessional men in all our towns have been most enthusiastic in praising our programs, our tent and seating, our busi' ness methods and our system. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Reports Free Press 'Mr. Goss' pictures are fine and clear and the variety enough to please "Chautauqua an assured success." "McNutt has been here before and Mt. Pleasant people knew what was 2 in store for them,—consequently a big crowd greeted this popular lecturer and reformer when he was entroduced this morning. 5 "An attractive feature of this Chautauqua is the excellent seating facility Any one who has attended the average Chautauqua where one is compelled to sit through the sessions on a hard two inch pine plank with his back bent double can appreciate the well made seats with backs which are used at the Mt. Pleasant Chautauqua. Careful Housewives WHEN PUTTING AWAY STOVES 'Wt Always gi«t them a eoat of 6.5-4 to tnako thorn rust proof. It shlMi ItMlf. I* «pplled like paint. Ii better than gay enamel for stoves, pipes or wire scfeena* mtlks old stove* look tike new. If your dealer taasa't it. the tBalle-Brodersea Co. has. The said work shall be completed not later than the first day of November A. D. 1907. The said work to be paid for when completed and acepted by the City Council, and the success ful bidder agrees to accept Sewer Certificates in payment of said work. The Council will meet on the 19th day of August, A. D. 1907 for the purpose of opening said proposals. All bids must be filed in the office of the City ClerK not later than 7 o'lock on the 19th, day of August. A. 1907. All bids must be in separate envelopes marked "Proposals" and shall be ac- ••V\. .7 7 77 •:.<p></p>Everything vj ^V-.'//. is delighted with the S 8 S 3 5 5 S compnaied by a certificate check of 10 per cent of the amount of the bid. payable to the city treasurer as sec urity of said sewer. Also that said Contractor shall give such bond as ia prescribed by the City Council for the faithful performance of said contract: also shall be conditioned that the con tractor shall keep said sewer in repair for one year from date of its accept ane by the City. In case the success ful bidder shall fail to enter into con tract or to furnish bond as required by law. said check shall be forfeited to the City of Denison, Iowa. a3 agreed and litigated damages. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Approved July 26th Attest: O. 31-3t. -t 4 v-y .1 r1 -w 'ly, st'uir si?"' "'n#*^ "v, ''fe'.\A' A. D. 1907. T. CAREY. Mayor, M. CRISWELL. 3 Citv Clerk. Don't accept a cough cure that ypu'* may be told is jus., as good as Ken nedy's Cough Syrup, because it isn't just as good—there is quite a differ ence. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently upon the bowels and clears the whole system of coughs and colds. It promptly relieves in flamation of the throat and allays ir ritation. Sold by Lamborn Drug Co.