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1 wMrs. Eob. Brampton drove over from
Deleft Mondtty morning to do some
trading *nd visit friends,
Tfa* pupils of WH Btgu's raeB
enjoyed a' picnic and outing in the
grow last Friday afternoon. loe cream
and cake yere served by the teacher,
-and f. delightful afternoon wp» enjoy
«d by all^, ... ••...
Frank- Etsel, who has been at Ro
cheater, Minn., for several weeks re
ceivtng treatment# front the Dr».
Mayo, l)M returned, home and is ink*
proving.afact that i* very welcome
news to his many frttemto.
Mrs. Maurice Farley and daughter,
Luc
He, of Sioux City, are here for a
visit with relative* and friends.
Tlie'Juniors entertained the seniors
tyet Thursday evening at the heme of
Prof. W. Ia- Tupper at a six course
banquet. .Tin class eolors, purple and
cream* were oo^d is the menu and the
table decorations. Somes and all
kinds of amusements were enjoyed
during the evening.
Miss Margaret Regan spent the last
or tbo weelk with friend# in Carroll.
TheWaliaoe hotel Hn installed a
new lightfjpg plant*,-
T. P. ond F. Kenaey were visitors
in Omaha a cbuple of days last week.
John Holland' was in West Side the
first of last week on business.
Mrs. DeMay and family, from nortli
of Denison, visited* heijp/. recently at
the If. Minter home'.
The M. W. A. band will give a grand
bajji attlie opera house Friday evening,
May .7th. Everybody invited.
C. P. Haston was a county sefet vis
itor Monday.
.las. Dugan has purchased a new six
cyltnder Reo touring car .from H.
Ahrenkiel.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed/Mdtadrews, of
Deniion, spent last Tuead&y .with Vail
friends.
Mrs. Wm. Haas and daughter spent
the first of last week.wi|)i^ier parents
in djjmiap.
Jesse Cranny, of Omanaiwas a P'ui
dayjrlsltor here.
CHj^s. Magill moved his family and
household goods the first of last week
to Arcadia, where he has been work
ing at the barber trade the past few
months.
Miss Nell Belize, of Carroll, spent
last week here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wiese and chil
dren, of Randolph, Neb., spent a few
duys here last week at the C. Peterson
home
3A. McKone, of Dehison,\ visited
Vail' relatives and friends last week.
Chfis Lorenien spent Friday night
with, his family in Denison.
Mjfe. E. Haas loft last week for Clin
ton, jwjiere she will spend some time
wltli relatives.
Wfifc Laundervillc was a Denison vis
itor the last of the week.
J.JjV. Monagliah was'hero from Ben
ison|^uesday.
MH Cnce Mitchell Was an over
Sumnir visitor in IMnison,
Pjpfr Ljrnch/ of Grand Mound, was
heraftst week to attend the funeral
of t|jlii|lat6 John Flynn,
THH. McCormick, of Kansas City.
canuSeunday for a visit with his par
ent^f^Ir. and Mrs. John McCormick.
fiMrtiji Ahrenkiel made a trip' to
Omaha on business last week.
Mn. Wm. Enenbach and' Miss Mar
garet Kinsella spent Monday in Deni-
Aj'M.
Clark and family visited the
*ql last week with his parents/ in
t^of last week with his parents/
dlton.
:., Wm. Maguire was in, Onawa on bu»
iness last Wednesday
Mrs Keane was a visitor in Deni
son Saturday.
sfc P, J. Ports #as here from Denison
f$£ Tue«4*y of last week.
MU^i Mae Lynch, of Carroll, spent
ii-l last-.#eek with her many Vail friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Fienhold and Mr. and
4 Mnt. M. Kelly, of Arion, visited here
last, vfeek at the island -home south of
tOWB^
dl AMdrew Harrington was a passenger
W t6 Uwilap Monday.
Hiujv Allender was in Denison on
bnsioiss Wednesday.
M^ice O'ConWor and son, John,
apeRjfa couple of ilays in Des Moines
»s¥ last.Week. '"a'-
Antoii Ahrenkiel «nd Ethel Mc
r1': ComjtMr were In Omaha the first of last
•:j4§ week^to see Mrs: Ahrienkiel. who is
a pstignt in St. Joseph's hospkal.
s2
M^si Edith Tupper, of Woodbine,
was'.'jttjB guest of J»er brother. Prof. W.
L. Ttntiper, and tfife lasC week.
M^and Mrs. as. Martin, of Grand
Mowd|| and Mnj. B. Moorp and two
cliildiwi. of Masonville, were here last
week to attend th^- funeral of their
father John Flnn. Mr. and MYs.
MarUii returned home Thursday, but
Mrs.^ Moore and cliUdnhritomiilned for
a longer visit with her folks.
I Mtss. Joanna Walsh spent the first
of* tljue jveek here from Denison.
j'/S f^afpbert Wahl was a county- seat
business caller Wednesday.
Artt Gould"' and .wife are the parents
of a daughter, born on Sunday, April
25tii.
9 Miss Viola Poitz, of Denison, sp^nt
tho fit# of tke week at the Wm. Hill
home north of town.
Mo. A. Dieter and Miss Mary were
V. Deniiion visitors Friday.
Miss Anna Murtaugh was a visitor
in Omaha the Isat of the week.
Miss, Bertha Goshorn spent Sunday
with friends at Woodbine.
Jas. Oilio was a Denison passenger
S3 Friday.
Ip| Friends here have reoeived word of
fSfc the recent birth of a daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. J. If. Healey, of Marshall,
Minn. Mrs. Healey was formerly
Miss.Pearl McAndrews of.this place,
and her many friends extend oragrat
Mtik ulations.
Miss Ansa' Molseed, of Ceoiervllle,
Si l.„ stopped off hore
for
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the guest of heir sister, Mrs. Wm. Mc
Cullough, here the jtast few monliis
retbnieif to her hsme in Sioux City
last week,
'R. E. Evisov ^i.ught^r, Minnie,
nj»*t Cftme, of weeks at Col
fax, whepe Mr. wvison' was taking
^reVtmeat tot rheumatism.
KeUy spent last week in Omaha,
C. |(ulvlhi», of Sutton, Neb.,
andt Mr^,V Frank
Qp*on,
of Bancroft,
Nebr. visited here iast week at the
John Wfffch home.
Walt Ot^Hinof iras down from ljen
jison Suaday.
J. F. 'Gosli, ff Denison, spent Fri
|day» here an. business,
Joe Huadlett wie visiting relatives
in Manilla Wednesday.
Chqs. Duffy spent Sunday with Dun
lspfriends.'
Mrs)
Pt
J. FarreUy, of Denison, spent
a few hours with Vail friends Tues
4oj
Wm, Harrington returned Home last
Thursday aftermton from a pleasant
two Weeks' sojourn in Texas.
Ed Lane was down from Denison on
business Tuesday.
Mrs. P, O'Driscoll, of Carroll,'was a
Vail Visitor last week.
Mi«»f» Marie and' MarceNa Dean
were Denison callers Saturday.
Mrs. Lipzle Molseed and daughter,
MiiB Reglna, returned |ip^ie Sunday
evening from Omaha, where they went
to attend' tlie gr&Motlnr exercises of
her son, pjarence, who graSuated from
the Creighron Medical'college.
Mrs. Jas. Watson and children spent
the last of, the week at the parental,
D. Servoss, home in/Denisoh.
John Krai was transacting business
in tlie- county seat last Saturday.
M. R. McGratli. spent a couple of
days last Wfeek in Otnaha on business.
Misses Anna McAndrews and Fern.
Fitjsgibbons were Denison visitors on
Saturday. v(
Mrs. M. J. Monaghan returned honlle
Monday from a two weeks'.vi^it with
friends in Omaha.
^ifrs. John McGovern and Mr», F.
Pierce were ,Denison callers Friday.
August BornliAft, of West Side, wan
a Vail business caller Thursday,
Mrs. If. E. Dingman and Mrs. T. J.
Hofffllan-!were DeAisam visitors Satur
day.
Mrs. Joe Beirne visited her folks in
Denison the lasf of the week.
Misses Hazel Knowles and Gene
vieve Farley were Denison callers on
Saturday.
Dr. Coon and Sears Mclfenry nutoert
down from Denison Thursday and
transacted some business.
Miss Julia^yan returned to Oma
ha Saturday.
Mrs. F, Hanss and, children, of Den
ison, spent the Inst of the week li£re
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Et
zel.
Misses Kearney and Katie McGov
ern were Denison*. callers SaturdaV.
Mike Monaghan and sister, Mrs. T.
Dalton, spent a couple of days last
week in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. A. DeCtonic and baby,
of Denison, came Saturday for an
over Sunday visit here at tlie Wm. Qal-'
loglier lioine.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Holland, of Iowa
City, have bean guest* here of bis
brother, John Holland, and family the
past week.
8. P. No. 98.
AS ACT
TO PHOVIDIS FOR TftR PUR­
CHASE. OR CONHEMNATION HY
BOARDS OP 8UPKRVISOR8 OP
I,AND FOR HIGHWAY PURPOSES
IN ORDER TO AVOID UNNECES
SARILY EXPENSIVE BRIDGES OR
ORAIJK8 AND TO AVOIO RAILROAD
CROSRlNOH AND TO STRAIGHTEN
ANY ROAb OR TO CUT OFF DAN
GEROUS CORNERS ON THE HIGH
WAYS OR TO WIDEN ANY ROAD
ABOVE STATUTORY WIDTH OR
FOR THE PURPOSE OP PREVENT
ING THE ENCROACHMENT OF A
STREAM UPON A PUBLIC HIGH
WAY. TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAY
MENT OF SUCH CHANGES, TO
PROVIDE FOR THE ABANDON
MENT OP HIGHWAYS ALREADY*
ESTABLISHED AND TO PROVIDE
FOR THE PROCEDURE THEREFOR,
AND TO REPEAL SECTION ONE
O S A N IV E N E
TMCENTY-SEVEN-A (1527-a) SUP
PLEMENT TP THE CODE, 1913.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL
ASSEMBLY OP THH STATE OP
IOWA:
Section 1. Ton freeholders of any
county by a petition to the board of «u
pervifluro of sultl county or the coiihty
engineer may. at any time, recommend
the eyiMNliency and ,advisability ,of
changing the course of any tart of o«y
road or stream within any county, in
order to avoid unnteessadlx ex'iisnRlve
hrldxM), Rrades or railroad ciHHslng£. or
to straitcbten an* road, or to cut off dan
Heron# comees on the blRhway or to
widen any rood above statutory width,
or for the purpose of preventing the en
croachment of a stream uport a public
lilRhway, niieclfylna clearly the change
recommended, and whether any part of
any highway already established should
lie vacated and abandoned^ and
part. The UAani may. thereupon, order
the engineer ti wfik* a nurvey and re
port on such iifojiosM change, and In
order to comply with- nuch ot-der. t'hn
engineer aliaU Imve a right to enter up
on the premises proposed to be taken
»nd «nske said survey. If. from a Con
sideration
of
a visit with
-i-' relatives. She was on her w^r from
Chicago, where she
WM
the past few
p. weeks with her unoto, Pan Molseed.
C. C. Wood'spent Sunday In Omaha
'•M wirti bis daughter, Mrs. A. Ahrenkiel,
•P who Is a pat|ent in a hospital. He re
ports her getting along well and ex
pecting to come-bens the*, last of this
WMk*"
Miss Anna O'Connor, who has been
HiM
iv1*-.
the sufvey jind report an
such proposed change, the board deems
the change advisable, It shall have |M»W
er to buy aueh right or way and tblte
conveyance thereof in the name of the
county and to pay for the same out of
aitber the county road or bridge- fund'
or but of both of said funds, as majr ap
pear advisable.
dec. 2. ft for any reason, thp-'hoari
Is unable to acquire rnicti rigbtf or way
liy agreement with the owner, the county
auditor shall appoint three dlslnterest
•ed appralnera whiv shall appraise the
Halftones- auatnined' bj* the land owners1
throuah whose tand said proposed right
of way extends and- who shall WlU'ln
ten days make return1 of their appraise
ment to the oounty auditor, and the
Hoard sliall fl$ a day at such place in
the eonnty as It may determine, at
which it will hear all objections to.said
•change and at which time It will de
termine alt damages to each claimant
by reason* of stirih proposed change.
Such hearing shall not be less than, ten
days after completed service on the
owner. All owners of land borderlhg or
abutting Upon
MUCH
proposed change, or
road or stream and all owners through
whose land, such change will extend, as
shown hy tho transfer books' In the of
fice of the county auditory shall be
rved wltti notfee of sittilt heorlitg.
osmera who are residents of the
iurti residents .....
ciiiiiit^ shall be personally served in thd
manner original notices are required to
be sorved. Such owners who do not re
side io (tie county and audi owners who
reside In the county, when the officer
returnx that they* cannot lie found In
the countyv 'shall be served by publish
ing the notice In some newspaper In the
.county, once each week, dor two week&
notice shall he served
»ant of
16 thd
the man­
and in addition, nolle* snail he
,peiybnally«iipoti the setuol oecui
the land. Personal- notlbe oiltsl
county but within th« state, |n tti
ner original notice's ate required to. be
served, shall be deemed personal "serv
ahd ahall take Ue i^ao« of putolicai
tlon service.
Sec. 3. Service aboil be deemel com
plete on the date When personal service
is jta&de, or on the date of the last pub
lllcation, as the ''case may' be.' All objec
tlofllr to said change and all claims for
,dom(M«s by reason thereof, must be filed
on or before th^i explr*tlio»rOf ten days
from the date jof„ completed service or
the same wiH tfe .. watved. Different
dates' may be fliied for hearing tlie ob
Jections and claimp for. damages- of dif
ferent owtiers., A* the time and place,
fixed for sach hearing as to arty owner,
tlie board shall meet and proceed to a
.hearing on Hie objections qr claims
N
Sot
damaged.of any suah owa«¥ of whom it
lias acquired jurisdiction by proper
Siinrick Of' notiee'or, if there be such
owners over whom jurisdiction has not
been acoulred. the boai'd may adjoyrn
stfch hearihg until such date, (of which
all- parties must tstke notice), when
Jurisdiction, will be complete as to all
owners- At such- final hearing, the board
shall pass vipon the objections filed.. If
the objections or any of them be sus«
tained, the proceeding to efMct the
.ehaage. shall be dismissed. If the ob
jections be overruled, tlie board shall
then proceed to a determination of the
damagesito be ^warded, to eadb claimant
Who has filed such claim. If the amount
of damages so awa'rded are, in the opin
ion of
tbe board, excessive, the proceed­
ings snail' be dismissed. If such dam
ages, in the opinion of ttie board, be not
excessive, the board ma} by proper or
der, establish such proposed change in
the road or stream, as the case- may be,
ahd pay such damages as in case ot'
right of Way secured by agreement.
Provided however, that if by tlie change
of any road herein contemplated, any
part of the highway abandoned reverts
to tlie owner of the-land condemned, then
und' In" that case tlie owner,'by reason
of the relocation- of sue)) highway, shall
tie entitled -to Si|ch damages for the
1 tenting of sd'ch new highway whicti
exceeds the damages sustained by reas
on of tho old highway, taking into con
sideration tiie value the premises im
mediately before and' after such old
road is abandoned and the new rbad
established. .The hoard shall order the
auditor to issue warrants in favor of
.each claimant for the amount of dam
ages- awarded-,- and in such case slutll
have tho rigbt.to enter upon such right
of way and Improve- the same. The
damages thus awarded spall be paid for
nut of the county,- road »r- bridge fund
or out of txftb or Saltl funds. Claimants
(far damages, itiay appeal to the district
court froin jhs award of damages, in-the
ifiann'er and tint# for taking appeals
from the' establishment of Kighwpyff
generally. The acceptance at any time
of the amount awarded shall constitute
'a'waiver Jnf. the''right to appeal. It
possession' of the '-right of -way Is not
token a lid improved prior to the de
ter rtiinatloh of the amount of damages
nn appeal, the board may, on the ap
peal being determined, dismiss the pro
ceeding to
etfmcX
tlie change, if, in Hie
opinion of the board, tlie damages fin
ally awarded are excessive. The mak
ing of. a change in a,stream shall be
done hy the board of supervisors and
paid for out of either the county read
or bridge fund or-oilt of both of suld
funds. When the change of a road is
mode' upon or for the benefit of the
township roaid Byst'em, the improvement
shall be made as now provided for the
doing of road work upon tlie township
road" sy stem.
Sec.-4 Nov mich change shall be
established thrfiufeli any orchard or or
namental grounds contiguous to any
dwelling house or so as. to cause the re
moval of buildings, without the consent
of the owner, nor through any burying
ground.
Sec. C. Should delay occur in the ac
quisition or such .right of way, such de
lay Shall not prevent the .board from
proceeding with- the improvement of any
part of the highway, not aftected by the
proceed change..
-."Sec The' notice Herein provided
for. shall be in substantially the follow
ing'form:
"To' Whoip\It Vay Concern:
""The 'englnter appointed by the board
up vi so
to .mOke survey and report of, the road
(describe the same in a general way
has made report-and' ha^ recommended
that the following, change be made in
said i4od: (Here pearly describe the
proposed change, and., the location and
the course thereof and give the names
of tho owners of the land through and
abutting upon which tlie proposed
change will extend.) And the said board
'of-supervisors propose to establish^said
change as' above' described and all ob
jections to said change and' all claims
for damages by reason of said change
must be iTled in the office of the county
auditor before the expiration or ten
days from' the serelco of Hiis notice or
the same will lie waived. You will take
further notice that said board will, on
the day of 19
a or a so on he re a a
possible, proceed' to determine ail ob
jections to said change and all damages
caused thereby and' will, in case such
objections, are .QVerruled and the dam
ages awarded be not excessive, estab
lish said change.
"County Auditor."
Sec. 7- The foregoing provision with
reference to changes in the highway
shall not lie construed as compelling the
board to abandon any part of a highway
already established, but if it be pro
.pnseU to abandon any |art of a highway
already established notice' shall lie
served as herein provided, upon the said
record owners as aforesaid through
which or abutting.upon which said high
ways So proposed to be abandoned, ex
tends.
Sec, 8. That section- one thousand
five' hundred twenty-«even-a (1537-0)
Supplement to the Code, 1913, is hereby
repealed.
See. 9. This act being deemed of im
mediate importance, shall take effect
and be (p farce from anil after Its pub
lication in the Des Moihes News, and
tho Denison Review, newspapers pub
lished In the state of Iowa.
Approved April IT. A. D. 1915.
WHAT TH* KIDNEYS" DO.
Their Unceasjnfe Work Keeps
Strong and Healthy.
THE DENISONv REVIEW, WEDNESDAY/ MAY 5,'1915
^Sfcome gffs tteug'iC In Lfr*.
Ben Nicholson mitkes weekly trips
to Legan to btly the butter and eggs
'of our merchants, ,apd' he has been
finding recently thaj the egg produc
tion in this vicinity is something re
markoble. A .week ago Monday he
bought 440 'case/ of tli,e dealers here
for which he paid $2420, and iast
Monday he got 400 cases, forywhich
he paid 12200 and be it understood
that he did not get all that came to,
town for quite a niitdber.are retailed,
to the local trade' and h£ does' not get
all that are shipped out, eitlfer, every
week- These amounts, represent what
the merehsnts get during the week
previou.ft. to $Ar. I^icholson's visit.
What the old hen has done for the com
munity is considerable.. Next to the
hog she is about the most steady pro
ducer on .the farm.—Logan Observer.
The JDaughters. of the American
Revolution are meeting in Washington
and the Vest of the country is main
taining neutrality under difficulties.
Although each congressman is send
ing'out 28,000 packages of seeds many
of the .recipients thereof will ungrate
fully and treacherously decline to vote
for these beneficent statesmen.
A Weak, Nervous Sufferer
Restated to Heahh by Ly-
dk'l, Pjnkhim'i Veg-
v«*iUe
KMota, Hm.—am'filad to say
(jut Lydio E. Piqfcljam'» syegetable
^mp^uh^ has done
more to i^ifle Umn
anything elsv and I
ku tfae best ^physi
dahbere. IT Was so
greglf'-wid.. nervous
ihat could not do
my «l»Tk and suf
fered with pains low
dowq in my right
side for a year or
more, ftook Lydia
E. Pinkham'sVege-
toble Compound, and now 1 feel like a
different peroon. I believp there is
nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound for weak women and
young mm I would be glad if I
could anyone to try the medi
cine, forilnow it tprill do all and muCh
more thaiitit is chimed to do/' -v Mrs.
CLAQA FRANKS,
r.
Us
All the blood in the body passes
through the kidneys once every tltree
mlilutes. Tho kidneys filter the blood.
They work night snd day. When
healthy thoy remove about 600 grains
of Impure matter dally, when un
heaithy'somo pgifjpf this Impure mat
ter is left in the blood. This brings
on many diseases nud symptoms—
,which vary widely, but may include
pain in the' back, headache, nervous
ness, hot, dry skin rheumatic pains,
*out. groel, disorders of the eyesight
and hearing, dlulnessi irregular heait,
.debility, drawsisoss, dropsy, deposits
In the urine, etc. But if you keep the
filters Eight the danger Is overcome.
[Doan's Kidney Pills bare proven an
eltyctlvo kidney mediclno.
Mrs. Henry Hermann, Third street.
Manning, loya, ooys "We have used
Doan'a Kidney Pill* and conBidor
them worthy of endorsement This
remedy gave prompt relief from back
ache,. lining in the lelns and trouble
withy tho Jgl4iey secretions."
The above is not an isolated case.
Mrs. Hermann Is only one of many in
thig.. vicinity who have gratefully en
dorsed Doan's. It your back acheB—
If your kidneys bother you, don't
simply ask for kidney remedy—ask
distinctly ror Dean's Kidney Pills, the
same that Mrs. Hermann recommends,
She all stores. Raster-MSlbura Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.»
$
t',
P. D. No. 1, Maple-
crest Fanft Kssota, Minn. I
Women who suffer from thooe~Sis
tr^sing flls peculiar to their sex should
becianviaH^ld of the ability ofXydin E.
pomld to
Vegetable Cotnpoafld to re
leslth by the many genuine
and battM testimonials we are con
•tantly pallishing in the newspapers.
have tho slightest doalit
Jin E.
Pinkham's Y«g«ta
ponndwill help you,write
that*
PtekhamMetliclaeCo.
iat)Xynii, foral
jr letter will be op^sed,
read answered by W6t»nn,
strict euniid
Deiliswi,
?i.M
gr
'S
mm
ft#"
Will Be there
or Shine
Speaking t»: the members of Uie As
sociated Prfess, at its recent meeting
in New York, the president said that
no nation is' competent to sit in judg
ment- upon another. Me was referring.
Of
course, t(» the European war but
probably every man. in jthe company
thought, at twice of Me*ico. The jsdg
mient \yhlch Mr. Wilsoh says»no- na
tion
is
competent to exercise is one
which- he
has
persistently attempted
tor impose- upon Mexico. He has de
clared that Mexico mtfst have not only
the kind of government which he pre
fers, hut that such government must
be'1 composed,-not only of the kind ot
men, but of the very men whom he
favors. The judgment which he de
tii£s. to a nation he reserves for liim
seif. The habits of a lifetime are not
easify- overcome—the schoolmaster's
least of all.
V. K. GRAHAM
Physician, and 8urgeon
4 Phones: Res. 25-i Office 25-IC 4
Drug Store 25-A
•'Deloit' Iowa
Dr. B. A. Stockdale
The Successful Specialist of Des
-^Moines, Iowa, who has visited
Denison during the: past six
years- will be in his office
"at the
Hotel Denton, TttsdsjTMay 18
is. VSrom 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.
And return every fo(nr weeks.
I make a specialty of treating the
following diseases' Stomach, bowels,
chronic constipatlmi, kidiney, bladder,
liver, gall stones,' nerVe, skin, eye,
ear nose, throat and lung diseases'in
their'early stages, goiter, catarrh and
blood diseases.
Piles cured without the use of the
knife,
There are many persons who'today
will be glad to certify that they owe
their' present' good health to my suc
cessful-treatment of one, or, more of
these diseases.
la brief, 1 cordially invite persons
suffering from chronic diseases, no
difference of how long standing, from
which they" have received no benefit
from past treatment, both men and
wonten, to call for a free consultation.
It .may be the first Btep tdward re
gaining your health, as you will be
surprised and delighted with what I
can prove to you'that modern, scien
tific treatment will do in. your behalf.
CONSULTATION FREE. If you
cannot call on the doctor, write.
OR. B. A. STOCKDALE,
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Notice to Bidders.
Sealed bids, -a.ccompoatod by-- certi
fied check tor 5. per cent of bid, will
be received by county auditor,. Deni
son, Iowa, till 10 o'clock a. m., on
Tuesday,, ray 18,• 1-915, von Corrugated
Culverf 'Pipe, and until 2 o'clock, p. m.
on said 'da.te for wood bridge niaterial.
Approximate amounts, instructions
Dehi^, Thursday May
3 Ring Circus
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horses andOponies
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people -,
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50 Cages of wildfanimals
2 -c Trains of double jehgth cars
200i\*^ kGircus Performers
...5- !S3fcic-5:, ,'^J
Grand Free Street Parade at 10
o'clock a. m.^^4 i,
DOORS OPEN AT 1 $ ftt AND
Tuesday Maf 11,
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to bidders and fin-ther information
jooy.be obtained from county engineer.
Standard specifications of highway
commission
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P. J. PORTZ,
18-lt V'1* County Aud|tor.^,,
The Review and Cnicogo
Dally Tribune, 1 year only
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Cavalry Horses
Wanted 500 head of civ airy
hores and marea, from 5'td 10 yrs.
old, weight from 1000 to 100,
must be in good flesh, aervideably
sound.,
Horses
Artillery
Wanted 300 head, of adillerjr
horse* nr\d iharea from 5 to (O yra
old weiaht 1rom 1100^ to |400,
must be fat and broke to harneaa. -r:
Special Ordevfar ItMH) head
of muln from IS- tolS i-2
hands high, frofH S to 10yr*
old, for European Govern-r
WnnWd 100 head o| horses for
the eastern market from 1200 to
2000 lbs. must be X^f. Wanted
Gill, Chicago, 111.
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100 feead of horse* and mules for
Southern market frortl 1000 tb
1200 lbs, must be fat and amoot h.
Don't fail to bring in your good
hordes and get your money for
them. I will buy anything that is
fat and pay all he is worth.
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