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E E N IS O N E I E W 1HEREVIEWPUBLISHING CO. (IKCORPORA TED.) P. W. Meyers, Editor. Rtered at the Postoffice ID Denison, Iowa, as •econd-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES\ rN8 YEAR $1.50 1IX MONTHS 75 DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES. Per Inch, 1 time I .30 Per Inch, 2 times 55 Per Inch, 3 times 75 Per Inch, 4 tlme9 9w Per Inch, 5 times 1.00 f&AIt Bills Payable Monthly* CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENT/ 1 would hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the action of the Republican Primaries. Feb. 5th, 1908. A. D. RANDALL. 6«tf. Denison, Iowa. I would hereby announce myself as a candidate for the ollice of Sheriff, subject to the will of the republican primaries. MARTIN McNertney. Iowa Township. I would hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office as Sheriff, subject to the will of the Republican primaries. April 15, 1908 MIKE COPPS Charter Oak, Iowa. 1 would hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of County Attorney, subject to the action of the Republican Primaries. March 4th. 1908 W. E KAHLER, Denison, Iowa. 1 would hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of ounty Attorney, subject to the action of the Republican Primaries. March 4th. 1908 \V. S. MOORE. Manilla. Iowa. 1 .would hereby announce myself as a candidate for the ofhce of *.'ounty Attorney, subject to the action of the Republican Primaries. March 4th P. J. KLINKER, Denison. Iowa. 1 would hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the District Court, sub ject to the WJII of the Republican primaries. April 15. 1908 E. F. TUCKER. Denison, Iowa. A FEW PERSONAL WORDS. I came to the office to-day to write something about my little Frederick. I wanted to tell how dear and sweet he was. I wanted to thank all the friends whose love and sympa thy and help have meant so much to us but there are limits to the endur ance of a father's heart some things one cannot do. Perhaps at another time, when the first tumult of grief is subsiding, when I am more adjusted to the utter loneliness of life without him, I shall be able to say more. At present the task must be left to others. Suffice it to say that his mother and I thank God we were his parents and that we tried to be good to him and that he loved us. That we thank God for the more than eight years of sun shine and joy he brought into our hearts. That we thank God for the dear, sweet memories of his tender loving, little life. That we know with a perfect certainty, that he is now in Heaven that he has seen his God, and his loved ones, and that he is happy and free from pain. Hence forth it must be our supreme hope and object in life to fit ourselves, with God's help, to meet him there. Our message of love and thankful ness is meant, personally, for each one of the dear friends. It is meant for all those who opened their hearts to us, and fairly carried us over the rough places in the very arms of love. In these few words his mother and I are joined by his two aunts—his Auntie Grace—his Auntie Ede—who loved our little darling as their very own. and by all those who were bound to him by ties of blood and ties of love. Medical Examination of School Chil "*!/, dren. (ChicaKO Tribune) "The idea of physical examination •of school children to discover defects of the body is not new. It has been advocated by many educators. It is supported by a good many considera tions. There are objections obvious which may be urged against it. But, on the whole, it is a proposition which appears to be worth trying. There is no doubt that many pupils in the schools have defective vision. Slownes3 in mental development is often due to this cause. Inattention and apparent carelessness toward in structions are not frequently shown •to be due to defective hearing The dull child is misjudged when nature is ^at fault. The same thing might be said of Not a drop of Alcohol Doctors prescribe very little, if any, alcohol these days. They prefer strong tonics and altera tives. This is all in keeping with modern medical science. It explains why Ayer's Sar saparilla is now made entirely free from alcohol. Ask your doctor. Follow his advice. A We publish our formulas Wo banish alcohol w_ from our medicines ijers We urge you to consult your dootor Unless there is daily action of the bow els, poisonous products are absorbed, causing headache, biliousness, nausea, dyspepsia. We wish you would ask your doctor about correcting your constipation by taking laxative doses of Ayer's Pills. •«—Mads by the J. C. Ay#r Co., Lowell, Bui.— her defects mentioned as worth cor sideration by txarr.ining physician*. The aim of the schools is to train vouth from manhood and womanhood. The attention has been given to the mind far mere than to the boly. The 8)und mir.d in the sound body is the right ideal. If the two can be de veloped together the better will the foundations be laid for good citizen ship in the coming years. To carry out the plan proposed will require a staff of sane and prudent examiners. A considerable amount of muney will be needed for their com pensation and it is" a question as to whether it can be obtained. But the benefit to the children would be so marked that the outlay would be well worth while. There is little reason to doubt that hearty co-operation of examiners, teachers, and parents would save many a growing buy and girl from suffering in after years due to neglect or carelessness durine the schuol age. REPUBLICAN SUCCESS. Ther* is a Good Outlook for Republi can Success in Crawford this Year. Owing to the hard rain on Friday last there was not a large attendance at the meeting of republican commit-) teemen and other republicans, at Den ison on that afterr.oor. Those who were present were enthusiastic over the outlook for the county giving a majority this fall for the republican party. With Taft the nominee and a promised continuance of the policies of Roosevelt it was considered that the thinking voters wculd with satis faction endorses the republican ticket. There was a discussion as to many disputed points of the primary law which was participated in by Messrs. McHenry, Klinker. Kahler, Tucker. Mains, Chas. K. Meyers and others.' It was the opinion that the county convention held after the primary would have power to fill all vacancies on the ticket caused by failure to get nomination paper to the auditor in time or failure to have a candidate for a particular office on the primary ticket through no one desiring to push himself for a given position. NOTICE TO COMMITTEEMEN. We wish to call the attention of the Republican commiteemen for the different precincts to the fact that delegates to the county convention held the third Saturday after the June primaries must be selected at the primaries and also that candidates for the different township offices must file their affidavit with the county auditor in order that their names be printed on the primary ballot. These names must be filed on or before the second day of May, and committeemen are urged to attend to this matter at once. E. F. TUCKER. Chairman. SALE OF COUNTY BONDS. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned County Treasurer of Craw ford County. Iowa, will sell at open sale at the uffice of the County Treas urer of said County at Denison, Iowa, commencing at two o'clock P. M. on the 14th day of May 1908, Funding Bonds of said County of the denomi nation of One Thousand ($1000.) each, and in the aggregate Fifty Thousand (S50000 Dollars. Said bonds to be dated June 1, 1908, bearing interest at the rate of 4J per cent, per annum payable semi-annually. Said Bonds will mature and become due and pay able Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars on April 1st, 1916 and Four Thousand (S4000.00) Dollars on October 1st, 1916 and Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars on April 1st and October 1st of each year thereafter until all are fully paid. The purchaser is to furnish all blanks for printing of bonds and to pay all legal costs in relation hereto and to deposit with said County Treas urer his certified check for One Thou sand (S1000.00) Dollars payable to the order of said County Treasurer to be forfeited and paid to said County Treasurer for said Crawford County in the event of failure of such Purchaser to take said Bonds. .'O'-.-Tryj .. Dated at Denison, Iowa this 20th day of April. 1908. LOUIE EVERS, t«g 17-3t. County Treasurer? NOTICE OF CONSTRUCTION OF I PERMANENT SIDEWALK. Notice to Property Owners: Be it resolved by the City Council of the City of Denison, Iowa That a permanent cement sidewalk of eight feet in width, be within thirty days I from the adoption of this resolution, laid on the South tide of Tremont street between Main street and Court Avenue, and abutting upon the fol lowing premises, the North side of block seventy-one and the north side of lot one the north half of block seventy-one to be constructed of ce ment and gravel mixed in proper pro portion. And the cost and expense thereof to be assessed against the abutting property and owners thereof. Passed this 21st day of April. 1908. W. C. ROLLINS. Attest Alfred Wright. Mayor. 17-lt City Clerk. For sale—several ton of Timothy hay. Inquire of Eugene Owena. C. C. Phone No. 17-L. THE DEN[5Of RfcVIEW, WEDNESDAY, /bRJL 22, 1908. Schiesouig Birdie Berg and Mr. Ainsworth. who have been teaching in this vicin ity spent Saturday at their homes in Denison. Wm. Henningsen and wife, living near Denison attended the p'ay at Schleswig Wednesday evening. Stella Robb visited at her parental home in Charter Oak over Sunday. Hugo Peterson of Schleswig is as sisting at the Girard farm. The Easter ball held Saturday evening at the opera house was at tended by a fair crowd, they report having had a fine time. Miss Smith.our milliner spent the latter part of last week in tDes Moines selecting goods. Amelia Krchnke has been very sick for the past few days. Her many friends hope for her recovery. The music pupils of Maud Cranny are preparing to hold a recital some time in May. S. B. McGarvey and family were called to West Side last week on ac count of the death of Mrs. McGarvey "s father. Mrs. McGarvey has the sympathy of the entire community. Lillie Petersen has been visiting for the past week at the home of her aunt, Mrs.Reinking. Born to J. J. Landenburger and wife April 18th, a daughter. The proud parents have the congratulations of friends. Herman Tharns and sister Minnie of near Deloit called in Schleswig and vicinity Wednesday evening. Frank Stock, the new barber moved his family and household goods here from Denison recently. Arthur Girard and mother were Denison visitors Thursday. Ella Witt is absent from school this week, from the effects of a poisoned face. Her many friends hope that the effects of the poisoning wll not be serious. Prof. Olry had the pleasure of re ceiving a visit from his father last week, who now lives in Dakota. Theo. Rohwer and sons John and Julius were called to Ida Grove Friday where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Rohwer's brother's baby. .J WEST DENISON. Mrs. M. J. Purcell spent last week visiting with M. Keating and wife. D. F. Bryan and wife and Marcus Jones and wife were Sundav visitors at the home of George Powell. Mrs. M. Houlihan jr.. visited a few days last week with Mrs. O'Brien. Frank Jackson and Gertrude Latch aw spent Easter at the Harvey home. Detlef Glau and wife spent Sunday with John Keating and wife. Quite a number from this vicinity attended the funeral of little Fred erick Louis Meyers. Jerome Blackmail and wife enter tained a number of their relatives Easter Sunday. Mr. Wm. Bauman and wife called on Mr. Flahive and wife Sunday to visit their daughter who was quite sick. Mrs. G. Buesing of Denison spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Kolls. M. L. Houlihan and tffife enter tained a number of relatives Easter Sunday. KENWOOD. Word comes from Colorado Sorings that Mrs. Sarah Blackman and daughter, Mrs. Houston are very much improved in health.Their many friends here are rejoiced to hear such favor able reports. Mrs. Walters of Dow City has been the guest of Mrs. F. Fienhold he past week. The wedding bells will soon ring in this vicinity, just keep close watch over your phone and you will hear the particulars. Howard Rule is expected home from Sioux City to visit his parents Wm. Rule and wife. His visits have been very rare and will be considered a great treat to the family. Mrs. Beamont accommpained her son as far as St. Paul where his father will meet him. Wm. Rule has been doing some carpenter work for Mrs. Mauer re cently. The ICE CREAM Season Is not yet hero therefore we have just laid in 200 Dollars Worth of Fresh CANDIES! First class goods Buy it and enjoy it It's up to you. Come to S. P. Jacobsen's BAKERY r.': and get it. Mr Newkirk is now considered a professional business man of this town. He still lives in his country residence just west of town and has rented his farm. O Fienhold was hauling lumber for the new Catholic chufrch of this city, one day last week. Mr. Walters, wife and family were guests at their daughter, Mrs. Nichol sea's Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Powell of Denison town ship entertained her parents Mr. Bry an and wife of Paradise township Sun day Mr. Saxon and wife were Sunday callers at the parents of the latter, Mr. and Mrs. Bixler. H. Brambly was a Dow City caller Saturday. RICKETTS ITEMS. Mrs. Riemer returned to her home in Dakota after attending the funeral of her sister, Mantha Rabe. The young people of Ricketts are completing their tennis court and ex pect to begin playing the game some of these nice evenings. Fred Ficks and Martha Kelm were married at the Hanover church Wednesday, Rev. Runge officiating. •"s-• Style of Planter Kind of Corn Edge drop 1 The bride is the youngest daughter of Wm. Kelm living two miles east of town and is a popular young lady. The groom is a prosperous young farmer. They have the best wishes of all their friends and will make their home on his farm near Schles wig. Helen Garber spent Easter with her folks at home. Mrs. H. R. Timin and Anna Voller son visited at the L. C. Goodrich home at Kiron Sunday. Minnie and Mary Peterson, August Hintze, Anna Munster, P. H. Claussen and Thos. Munster were among the ones from here who attended the dance at Schleswig Saturday evening. Marie Brandenberg left Tuesday for Rainy Butte. N. D. to visit her brother, Henry and will remain this summer to be his housekeeper. Mrs Nellie Fitzpatrick is the guest of her sister. Mrs. J. C. Jacobsen. Lawyers Kuehnle and Klinker were over from Denison on business Mon day. Special Saturday, April 25th. 1 Picnic Ham and 13 pound can sour kraut for 53 cents. The Boys Depart ment store. Corn Planter. Tie New Deere No» 9 Edge Selection Drop.... Marks another step forward in Farm Implement Invention. It will pay every farmer to post himself on this great Crop Increasing Machine. All the wise agitation about Seed Corn, Seed Selection, Seed Testing and Seed Pre servation will amount to little unless you have a corn planter that will drop the seed even ly and thoroughly. Do not stop with testing your seed but test your planter.' Try it in the barn before you take it to the field. If it does not do its work well you cannot afford to use it. With land running from $75 to $ioo per acre ev-ery inch must be made to pay. The best farmers have come to realize thai the old Hill Drop Planter is inaccurate, dropping to many seeds in some places and to few in others. Even Distribution is What Counts. '"-.. The value of having the same number'of kernels in a hill has been proven by many experiments at the Agricultural College. Fields planted with exactly three kernels to the hill, will yield from io to 15 bushels more to the acre I\o more work, no more trouble—but about $5.00 more crop to the acre. Thus far no machine has been invented that will drop corn as nearly perfect as the Edge Drop planter. Round hole Hand selected, butted and tipped The Reason is Simple. ,*'• Kernels of corn are more uniform in thickness than in width or length. The Ed°-e Drop cells admit the kernels edgeways or in the most uniform way. That tells the story in a nut shell. 1 Iowa Agricultural College Numerous tests of corn planters have been made at Ames with the following results: 2 Tests. Hand selected, butted and tipped' 94 Edge diop Hand selected 95 msq Round hole Hand selected 0^3 =ro nl2 EPOS'S 2 i.-7'3 2 v.iT'TJ O I S S iS b-Bl-ia UVU 2 a* 2? SUIM? Illilir 1 .. r. 2 £.£ 1 er In favor of Edge drop Edge drop Ordinary butts and tips, left in 57 Round hole Ordinary butts and tips left in 4^ Edge drop .. Graded by machine gy Round hole Graded by machine The Romans In favor of Edge diop 19 In favor of Edge drop In favor of Edge drop 34 Cent Threes 52 32 1 25 &>'