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Dr. B. A. Stockdale will b« in his office in Merchants Hotel, Denison, Iowa. Wednesday, Nov. 6th. From 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. OXE BAY OXLY 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 cure is made. I positively cure Chronic, Catarrh, Diseases of the Throat, Lungs, 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 ]r. It. A. Stockdale. Utiea Uuildinc- Cornor Sixth and Walnut St. DES MOINES, IOWA. I have a fine Assortment of Hot Blast Heaters and Ranges Elegant Base Burners and Oak Heaters which are unsurpassed for dur ability and economy of fuel. PRICES ARE RIGHT. Call and see them. ,i J. G. Wygant, W Early A few Phone 62 FOR SALE. Choice lot of thoroughbred Poland China Boars Spring tock.-. Long heavy boned and growthy. FRED R. MARSHALL, one mile northeast of town, or FRANK LESHER, at ice house. 3" Riser* The pill a JOHN SCHNOOR LICENSED EMBUMER AND UNDERTAKER. License No. 854 Denison, Iowa. Calls attended to day or night, and al 'work done in an up to date and satisfactory .manner Oiffice at C. J. Salomon's furniture .'."•tore. Crawford County Phone, store No. 3o, Residence No. 90. GRAND ARMY MEETING. John A. Logan Post G. A. R. meets *3nd and 4th Saturdays in each month at 2 o'clock P. M. in McHenry Hall. W. W. Rhodenbaugh, Commander -John L. Richardson Adjutant. .. ,, doses of this remedy will in- v,'i'i,'.b)y euro an ordinary attack of diirriiOMi. It cuu always be depended upon, even in t.lie more severe attacks of cramp 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 in his home. Buy it now. PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 50c. CORK JUDGING DAY Farmers About Dow City Com pete for $5 Prize FRANK JACKSON THE WINNER An Expert From Ames College Judges Corn and Explains His System of ,• .... Rating. Mr. Fishel. the banker at Dow City is entitled to the thanks of the farmers about Dow City for his in terest in corn culture to the extent of giving a premium of S5 to the one bringing in the best ten ears by Fri day, Oct. 25th. To make the award on scientific grounds he paid an expert from Ames State college to come to Dow City and be the judge. The college sent Mr. Theo. Sexauer who proved to know his business as taught by Prof. Holden at Ames. The corn was laid out in regulation style in the bank and the expert began testing by considering general ap pearance. taking out kernels for in spection, noting loosness on the cob. whether cob was well filled, and size of cob. In the end he gave the pref erence to the ten ears presented by Frank Jackson, and his second choice was corn grown by Frank Odell. The prize winning corn was of the "Legal Tender" variety, of moderate length of ear. kernels wide all the way down, rows straight, no white kernels, well filled on the butt of the ears. Some of the ears of Mr. Odell's corn were about perfect but the ten as a whole did not come up to others. He said he bought the seed from Funk Brothers. Bloomington. 111., and for Reed Yellow Dent hand picked and all right. Not over fifty per cent came up. and he felt he had been cheated. He asked many ques tions of the expert and all farmers gained much information. Mr. Sexauer had along a roll of charts and a sample of the seed test ing box. In his talk he said among other things the following: "The United States and the part where Iowa is in particular, excells in pro ducing corn. Other countries are ahead of us on cheese, butter. Jive stock, but fifty-nine per cent of the total value of the crops of the nation is corn. We therefore should look well to its culture. The farmers should raise the "largest ears that will mature in their section." In a judging contest the points are 1st general appearance. 2nd, trueness tu type. 3 maturity, 4th vitality and shelling per centage. The ear3 should jba. wctll tilled at tip. center and butt. The plan should be to get the variety with the deepest kernels which will mature in vour section." The best plan for handling seed corn is to hang it up by means of strings in a place where there will be a good draft of air to aid drying. One hundred ears will make a bushel. Mr. Sexauer told of the scientific method of testing seed. The ears to be tested should be laid out in rows two kernels taken from butt, center and tip. A box not very deep should be put in use placing some two inches of wet dust in the bottom. Over this should be placed some strong white cloth which has been marked off into squares of two inches. These squares should be numbered to correspond with the number given each ear of the corn to be tested. The six kernels from each cob should be placed on the right square with the germ side up. Another piece of strong cloth should be placed over the corn in a careful manner and then a good coating of w.et saw dust. The box must be put in a warm place for seven days and then examined. Of course the ears to be tested have been kept in the ,original order and so when the seed in the box is exam ined the farmer can tell from which ears have come corn which shew al) the kernels have germinated, for he cannot afford to plant any corn know ingly, that will not grow. Mr. Sexauer said, that scientific ally white and yellow ccrn stood equal for feeding, the show ears of corn should be picked at husking time and not early: if you buy corn from abroad insist on getting it in the ear three kernels in the hill is the best: have a number ot sets of planter plates and grade the size corn so to have the right number kernels in a hill. Good harness for sale. Dr. L. L. Bond. 40-tf. THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDMESDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1907 A GREAT WORK The Proposed New Atlas of Crawford k'•• •County, Iowa. The new atlas of Crawford County, Iowa, which has been commenced, is still being pushed forward as rapidly as is consistent with doing first class work. Mr. Charles S. Vanderhoof, the local representative of the atlas firm, is now making his home in Den ison and has charge of the work. He reports that he is meeting with good support among the better class of citizens, and it to seems probable that enough support will be received to warrant the completion of this under taking. When completed, this atlas will prove one of the most complete and comprehensive atlases which has ever been published in the state. The work will contain detailed plats of every section of land in. Crawford county, showing everything on the surface of the ground, together with complete detailed plats of every vil lage and city in the county, showing the lots and blocks with dimensions of each. There has never been pub lished an atlas of Crawford county, and there has never been compiled a complete set of plats, either of Deni son or any other portion of Crawford county. It is therefore a work that is badly needed, and it merits and deserves the encouragement and sup port of every public spirited property owner in Crawford county. There are many features in the new proposed work which will prove of great value and interest to the people of the county. It is the intention to include a very elaborate department devoted to illustrations, including portraits and views of leading men and old settlers and views from all parts of the county. No charge whatever is made for the illustrations, this being offered for the purpose of making this department as elaborate and complete as possible. We will have more to say in regard to this branch of the work after the enter prise has reached a more advanced stage. The firm that has this work in charge is George A. Ogle &.Co.. of Chicago. They come with the high est testimonials, press notices- and en dursements and are the most extensive operators in this line in the country. The men who are employed in doing the local work are thoroughly exper ienced in all branches of plating and 'map making, and they will visit every section of land in Crawford county in checking up the work and preparing the plats. The work when finished will be published in the form of a large atlas and the price for the work complete fias been fixed at fifteen dollars which includes all branches, such as free portraits, free illustrations, etc.. and will include every piece of property in Crawford county platted out in de tailed form, showing dimensions, own ers and everything that could be of interest. There is a pressing need for such a work in Crawford county, and it i3 to be hoped that the enter prise will reieive the hearty support of every man interested in the weltare of the county. Boars for Sale—I have several choice Red Duroc Jersey Boars for sale. A. G. Sogren. 3imiles south of Kiron. 41 4t. A GOOD TIME. To enter a good school that MAKES GOOD. Winter term of the Denison Normal and Business College opens November 12, the Students can enter at any time. 44-2t. A snap for quick sale. 120 acre farm one mile from town good house, barn, double cribs, new hog house, 10 acres hog tight fence, worth $75.00 per acre, for quick sale $67.50. Wirte M. B. Nelson Arion. Iowa, for more particulars. --v 30-tf. Damon's Musical Comedy Co.. which was here last season and which gave such universal satisfaction will be at the Opera house Wednesday night Oct. 30th. i: Headache of of The expert showed drawing different insects and worms which hurt or destroy the corn crop also figures showing the loss when there are many barren stalks or poor stand. Mr. Charles Buss arked him manv in telligent questions. ftj,r Buss said the Legal Tender did best in tie boyer valley. The expert told of breeding corn taking oft* the tassels of certain rows or barren stalks aid methods of raising the standard. He does not believe in sending very far away for seed corn. The group ot farmers who heard the lecture were benefitted, and all seemed to appre ciate the kindness of Mr. Fishel in bringing Mr. Sexauer to Dow Citv. of Can be cured only by a remedy thut will remove the cause. The oftener you stop it with headache powders or pills the quicker will it return. Generally, headache comes from a dis turbed stomach or irregular bowels, and almost invariably Lane's Family Medicine (a tonic laxative) will euro head ache iu short order by regulating the bowels and reinvigorating the stomach. It is a great blood medicine and the favorite laxative of old and young. At druggists', 25c. and 50o. 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: Homo 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, Nov. 3. The Cities of Refuge Josh. 20: 1-9. The lesson of this date calls atten tion to one of God's methods of teach ing the Jews of old the qualities of justice and forbearance. In the ancient days of all nations and par ticularly those living about northern Africa and Asia Minor the custom was to give blow for blow, and eye for eye, a tooth for a tooth, to demand the death at once, if possible, of one taking the life of another. It was the mission of the bible religion to breaic down this feeling of blood for blood, revenge for a wrong, the taking of human life in desire to "get even" with out referencce to the merits of the case. In due time when the blessed Jesus came He said to forgive your enemies, plan to do them good, win them back as friends through kindness. He taught the doctrine of love. St. Paul glorified the beauties of Love in that wonderful chapter in Corinthians where under the name of "charity" this God like quality of the heart is so masterfully set forth. The custom of the next of kin spend ing his life to avenge the death of father, brother, son, was so thorough ly woven in the nature of the Children of Israel that it could not be eradica ted, and so a means was taken to temper with justice and mercy the custom of the times, when death had been caused without malice or intent. God directed that six cities should be set apart as "Cities of Re fuge". He then provided that when one killed another through accident with no previous intent, he could flv to a citv of refuge, and there find safety until the case could be heard by the proper authorities, If guilty of wilful murder, the man was hand ed to the person whom custom said was the one to avenge the death, but if found innucent of malice and that the death came "unwittinely the offending one could remain unharmed in tha city permanentlv, or until the death of the ruling High Priest. The fact of the cities of refuge, andjflgfety, from those intent on doing one .injury, is held up before us as typical of the refuge which God offers those who feel they have done wrong and desires a means of escape, a place where they can have forgive ness, pardon, a chance to show their better selves. As the man needing the help of the city of refuge, was in danger, if he did not fly, so are those who rebel against God's teachings and are going on in dissipation and sin. Delays were dangerous in the olden times, and are'so now. In the Golden lext the Psalmist exclaims "My refuge is in God" and thousands after him have found this to be true. As the man flying, as helpless if he encountered his adversary, so is the man or woman in sin and rebellion against God. and if wise,he will make haste to a better life, and gain strength to hold to it, from a divine source. acres For Rent—120 acres, also 60 corn fodder for sale. 41-tf. Mrs. G. Schafer. How to Cure a told. The question of how to cure a cold without unnecessary loss of time is one in which we are all more or less interested, for the quicker a cold is gotten rid of the less the danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of Waverly. Va.. has used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for years and says: "I firmly be lieve Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be absolutely the best preparation on the market for colds. I have recom mended it to my friends and they all agree with me." For sale by L. E. Blosser, Broadway Druggit. OSTEOPATHY. Dr. Emma Johnstone, Osteopathic Physician. Denison, Iowa. Office and residence at the home of Mr. E. Oj Thiem, C. C. Phone No. 236. 49-t. REAL ESTATE KOI I SALE—A good seven room house, two lots, city water, cist ern, cave, sewer in street, good location, 4 blocks from P. O. A bargain at $l.b00 must be sold .at ,once. City Proper!i/ )or Sale or pp A\' Sif Exchange. A SEVEN ~ROOM FOR RENT A HOUSE ,'iSl. See me before buying I* O. Ore m, Plione 19. Denison, Iowa. A POPULAR FOOD DELICACY Why Karo Corn Syrnp lias Attained Such High Favor for Every Use '•From Griddle Cakes to Candy." To one who compares the relative merits of Karo Corn Syrup—its good ness, its purity, its food value and its price—with those of other products for similar use. there is little room to wonder why it is rapidly displacing all other syrups on the market. Karo Corn Syrup is a clear, golden syrup of the golden grain, so exquis itely good that it makes griddle cakes, waffles biscuits, etc., fairly melt in one's mouth. It is delightful as a spread for bread. House wives claim that its peculiarity delicate and pleasing flavor makes Karo unap proached for baking, candy-making or for any use where syrup is em ployed as a sweetening agent. More than this Karo Corn Syrup is a food of remarkable value, so nu tritious and sustaining has it proved to be. It delights and benefits the old and young, the weak and strong, digesting with practically no tax upon the system. Because of its wholesomeness and natural purity, it has received tha unqalified endorse ment of food expert. The method of packing and selling Karo Corn Sryup in air-tight, friction top tins is a commendable one. for it insures unaltered purity of the pro duct at all times. Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured. "In November 1901, I caught cold and had tha quinsy. My throat was swollen so 1 could hardly breath. I applied Chamberlan's" Pain Balm and it gave me relief in a short time. In two days I was all right, "says Mrs. L. Cousins. Otterburn, Mich Chamberlain's Pain Balm is a lini ment and is especially valuable for sprains and swellings. For sale by L. E. Blosser, Broawday Druggist. 1 Reimer, lots 3 and 4 block 41, Denison: 700 Edward Mahaney and wife to Wenzl, lot 15 block 3, West Iowa, issued in lien of deed made by Blair Town Lot and Land Co. which is lost, Abby A Smith Adnirx to W Gibson, lot 6 blocd 136, Deni so I a a Ira Chase to Fanny Chase, his wife, nej sei of 33 aud sei nej 3J-S2-39, Chas Brogden land wife to Francis Brogden, und A of lot 2 subd. of lot 2 of lot 2 subdiv. of swj sei of sec 7 and all of \vi nui nei, nef lying south of co. road and the' nw} ne£ and the 15J a. of si nwi nef and thu east 1660 a. ne± nwi sec. iS and the 7 acres. \v22.V acres si uj net of iS a in S Francis Brogden and wife to Charles Brogden, und 7 of 31S a, \vi sw* nw| sw^ ef sec S and 182 a of 10 acres ei ne| S4 of sec 7-S4~3t and und 1 7f lots 1, 2, 3 of lot 2 of Irregu lar Sunuey .Sf se) of sec 7-84-38 aud wi ni swi sw± and sJt ne'+ sw'4 sw,'+ and Sa suj sw'+ and ia wsa s$ swi and 17a of s-e} sw} os sec S a in 8 4 3 8 1 .L 40-5 We notice in the press dispatches that Miss Carrie M. Davis who organ ized the Chautauqua here this sum mer. has been appointed to a tfosition in the Agricultural department at Washington. HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS October 10 Amos Weatherbee to Alfred Birk liofer, lot 12 block 1. Dow City 500 co Catharine Johnson to Andreas ii Lorenzen, lot 7. blk 104. Deni son, a .. Robt Bell to N Wilder,-lots 9 and 10. blk 24. Park add. to it 950 00 October 11 •100 00 October 12th Sophia Christianson, widow, to Ingema Micbalson. com 30 rds west of se corner of se sw 7.85 3S, running thence 5 res, S rds. 5 rds, 9 rds, com sere W arr and wife to Geo Naeve Carl Gronau, lot 9 and 45 ft of lot 10 block iS, Dow City, Iowa, Iowa Rail Road Land Co to Mary 10 00 800 00 Knowles, lot 12 blk 35, Vail, 60 00 Fred A M-turer and wife to VV Carr, ne,!^ 20, 83, 40. d. 8S00 00 October 14 th Lorenz Kellog and wife to Lewis King, wi se± 32-82 40 2000 October 15 th Clara Weaver unm'd Wilbur 00 Hawley, un. int. in ei sw± 9-84-33 2500 Ryan and wife Kinney and wife to W Nicholson 56 ft of lot 1 block 6 Vail d, Fred Jepsen and wife to John 00 2200 00 OD Mahoney, n? nei 17-S3 40 4800 00 Marry Hmtz. unm'd to Adolph Hintz, all lot 10 k. 3 Kicketts, October itich Iowa railroad land co. to John 2 00 1000 00 1 00 1 00 W. A. McHenry offers for sale the best lot of boars he ever bred. Sired by Dictator, son of Director, champion at the Wisconsin state fair. .v. W. A. McHenry, Denison, la V'fS"'" -.t :, :h o. ft* A Page j* •a* 6=5=4 Sweeps Awayi Because it shines itself and saves work. it dissolves rust a: water does salt. One application wears for months. & it is grease proof, waterproof, rust prso) And will not crack, chip or rub off. If your dealer hasn't it. the Bal!e-Broders-:n Co. his. Notice of Assessment for Sewer Im provenients To the owners of property abutting snd adjoining on the below described streets, in the City of Denison Iowa, and to all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the City Clerk of Denison, Iowa, for your inspection and for the inspection of any person, persons, company or cor poration interested therein, a plat prepared by the City Engineer, of said City, showing the separate lots or parcels of ground on Pine street to the end of the sewer at a point 180 feet north of a manhole at the inter section of Church and Pine streets thence north on Pine street a distance of 590 feet to the intersection of Pine and Burt streets thence west 400 fest to the intersection of Park and Burt streets. Also commencing at the the intersection of Burt and Pine strts and running thence northeasterly and east a distance of 473 feet along east Prospect street to the intersection of High street and East Prospect street, subject t« assessment for sewer improvements now made or being made on that portion of streets above specified in accordance with a certjiin contract entered into on the 19 day of August 1907, by and between the incorporated City of Denison, Iowa and A. J. Gary of Denison, Iowa, for the improvement ot said streets by laying a sewer thereon the same as provided by contract, such plat shows the names as far as prac ticable of the several owners of abut ting and adjoining property and the amount to be assessed against each lot or parcel of ground. And now any person, persons com pany or corporation, having any objec tion to the same to the prior proceed ings on account of errors, irregulari ties or in equalities or to the tax pro-, posed to be assessed for said improve ment, shall file with the City Clerk, his or their objections on or before at the 4th day of November.A.D.1907. :30 o'clock p. m. on said dayjat which time the City Council of the said City of Denison, Iowa, will meet at the City Hall in said City for the purpose of hearing and considering said objections, and hearing any party interested who may desire to be heard in support of said objections, and to make the necessary correc tions. if. any in said proposed assess ment and that after making all cor rections in the assessment as proposed by said plat will assess and levy a special tax thereon upon the property of each owner abutting and adjoining on said street and subject to said special assessment as aforesaid, its just and true proportion to the cost of said improvements according to law and according to the said assess-* ment proposed to be made for the said improvement. Dated at Denison. Iowa this ISth day of October, A. D. 1907, City of Denison, Iowa. O. M. CRISWELL, 43-2t. Clerk of said City, Eat at the Oxford. 32-tf. A Certain Cure for Croup—Used for Ten Years Without a Failure. Mr. W. C. Bott, a Star City, Ind.. hardware merchant, is enthusiastic in his praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. His children have all been subject to croup and he has used this remedy for the past ten years, and though they much feared the croup, his wife and he always felt safe upon retiring when a bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy was in the' house. His oldest child was subject to severe attacks of croup but. this remedy never failed to effect a speedy cure. He has recommended it to friends and neighbors and all who have used it say that it is unequaled for croup and whooping cough. For sale by L. E. Blosser, Broadway Druggist. 40-5t If you are wanting a homestead or relinquishment or if you wish to buy deeded lands or ranches write Hudson Land Agency. Midland. South Dakota. They can- locate you on a good home stead or sell you a relinquishment in Lyman, Stanley or Meade county, S. D- 1 00 Poland Chinas 40-tf. ARE YOU SHORT OF WATER? If so. call at the Stewart Lumber Co.'s office, either Denison or Charter Oak. and get the terms for a new well that will yield plenty of water. Will make it any depth and tile it fully. In short, a perfect well, don't cost much either. It A. A. HANCHETT, Charter Oak, 32-13t. •SliB Iowa.