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f's V? 2y v. i** V: 'u •th &V\ $ W. R. Temple Estimates On S or N CWV*WWW ^iS3 v,V ffi', $ JUST RECEIVED. J- V-'. J^v TF you are planning a A trip to .He Pacific Coast the BurlL !^ton offers very low coi.'nist rates— $25 from the Missouri river—and similarly low rates to all the far western states. The lowest rate from your section applies via the Burlington. Write me as to your destination and I will give you full information as to rates, tell you when you will get there and give you all the details that will enable you to make the trip comfort ably. Tourist cars daily to Seattle and Los Angeles. Personally conducted excursions to California three times a week. Send for free folder—it tells you all about it. J. FRANCIS, Genera/ Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb. A in in a a Have For Sale Hard and soft coal, lime, cement and hair hard wall plaster. Lime wall finish—all colors. Stock and hog wire fence, chicken wire garden fence. Extension and cone ladders. All kinds of sewer pipe. Build ing paper and roofing paper. All kinds of doors—fancy and plain front and screen doors. Full window screens on'-short notice. Other things too numerous to VwW'WWWWW W O A O A S O 1 Granite Monuments, Tablets, Markers and Head Stones. Wc have now on hand the largest stock ever brought to Western Iowa CALL AND SEE THEM I & S O N WWWW% il Fraraers, the Cows $ Ought to Keep You J. H. TAMM, A I E E N WWWVWWWWWVtf Exchange Bought a-.'J Sold. Long and Short Time Loans at Lowest Rates. Ii)t ifest Paid on Tlrrye fieposits. Accounts o.r all Branches of Business Conducted. Personal attention given to investments]for local patrons, Business' con ducted in English or German. SHAW, SIMS & KUEHNLE, LAWYERS. Real Estate Loans at Lowest Rates. way The Empirs Cream Separator makes this possible. It saves hard work, stop wastes, improves the product and DOUBLES THE PROFIT. We offer the Em pire on its merits It does the work we promise it will do. It does the work would expect a good machine to do. are willing you should test this and see for yourself. Don't be ask us about this machine. We'll give you all the information you want. After you fully realize that you want a machine come in and buy an EMPIRE. you We machine afiaid to $ S DENISON, IoWA. IHHNMMMaMtNBON SHtaMflHH 9 L. M. SHAW, Pres. C. P. KUEHNLE, V-Pres. C. L, VOsSS, Cashier. Bank of Denison. General Banking Business Conducted. ts f" Tle Co. jf* ih .$*:• Jacksoi) Itetps. Ed. Duffey called on Samuel Newcome of Stockholm township Saturday. 1 Anion Christiansen was a business caller at Boyer Saturday. James Abbott, Otto Thomas and Henry Giman attended the dance at John Slech ta's in Stockholm. There was a large attendance at the Nelson school-house on Sunday it being Mr. res well's day. lie delivered a line I sermon on the subject of "Prayer." I R. J. Riley was an over Sunday visitor with his uncle A. Trinkle of Lake View. G. W. Tucker of Denison wasia business caller in our neighborhood Friday. George Tempest of Vail was out re pairing a wiudmiH or. the Robir.scn a::-.1 Iseminger farm Friday. A Ootid Name. —From personal experience I testify that DeAvittV Little Early Risers are unequalled us a liver pill. They are rightly named because tbev give .•sMvngth and energy and do their work with ease.—W. T. Easton, Boerne. Tc-xa Tbou-and?- of people are using ihe?e tiny pi 11 in preference to all others, because they are so pleasant and effectual. The.v cure biliousness, torpid liver, jaundice, sich headache, constipation, etc. They do not purge and weaken, but e'eanse and strength i:n. Sold by RUDOLPH KXAUI. CASSADAY & Co. Kifoi) djfOfficle The new engine house built by the town is completed. It was erected by Donnel sen and Johnson. Mrs. Jil. Wah! has leased the Johnson hotel and has conducted the same the past week. Mrs W. comes recommended as a tirst class hotel lady, and is endeavoring to conduct the hotel business to the satis faction of its patrons, She should have, and is deserving of the entire hotel trade in town. Rev. Andrew Swartz, pastor of the Bap tist church in Ida Co., has resigned his pastorate and has accepted a charge in the state of Washington. He holds a sale of his personal effects on this week Thurs day. A fourth paper has been launched in Kiron, called the Kiron Svenskan, printed in the Sweedish language, edited by H. T. Ward. It gives the news of Kiron and surroundings ar.d general information, and is welcomed by a number of Sweedish people who are unable to read the English language. If the patronage is sufficient to assure its existance, it has come to stay. Election is over and again the majority has spoken. In the Kiron pr cinct quite a few voters stayed home and no urging could move1 them to come out. I1. is a poor policy indeed not to perform the one duty and privilege we owe, and have to go and cast our vote for the party and men whose principles we uphold. That is what we call poor citizens. Nels Johnson and two of our feminine specimen visited at our neighboring town of Schlesvvig on Wednesday eve Rev N Wicksell has commenced a Bi ble school at the Mission church on Satur day afternoons at which all the young folk., are invited to attend. Our rustling drayman, Enoch Miller, will have a large barn erected west of the livery barn. Enoch believes in doing things up right and from the size and ar rangment of his new barn will demon strate the fact. Mrs. E. C. Blocker returned on Thurs day morning from a short visit with friends at Sac City. Missionary Hilma Hfigeten who is on her way to China, and who is to receive yearly nearly one hundred and thirty doll ars for hi_r support from parties in Kiron, is spending this month here She sails for China in January. Captain Swen Weberg. General Staff Commander for the Sweedish division of the Salvation Army of Chicago, will be ill Kiron Nov. 24th and 25th. Arrangements will be made for several meetings for him during his stay. He is a noted speaker and writer in the cause of religion and it will be with pleasure that his visit to our town again will be learned. Hugh Chambers, tile well known sales man of Lake View was transacting busi ness in Kiron on Saturday. Petitions have been sent in both to the railroad company and commissioners for the reestablishment of our former passen ger train service recently abandoned and results are being awaited. Rural Route Inspector Alex Charles of Cedar Rapids, was in Kiron on Wednes day to examine the applicant for the va cancy made by the resignation of Carrier Lunde'l on Route No 1 Albert Young I berg was the only applicant who took the examinat.on. Mrs. Nels Olson, who has resided in these parts for over thirty-livi years, leaves this week for Dakota where she will make her future home with her two sons who moved there last year. She is ne of the oldest settlers here and it is .'ith strange feelings that she moves away from this locality which she ha: seen so wonderfully developed. May peace be her share the remainder of her«days. Rev. Carl E. Oberg, of Omaha, is a Ki ron visitor this week, and is holding sever al meetings at the Baptist church. Boyer lRipplii)gs. Too liitc t'oi- last issue. Jesse Justice who has been working on the section at this place returned to his home near Dow City Monday. Miss Vernon who has been working at Moville came Monday, being called here by the sickness of her grandmother who I later died, the sympathy of the community is extendtd to the sorrowing relatives, Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs John Gard ner were business callers in Kiron Tues day afternoon. Ilans Voss and (,)uirk of Vail were Boyer callers Thursday, Messrs. O'Hare, Kuhl and Wheeler of Denison were up this way Friday after noon. W. Gardner was in Wall Lake Mon day F. \V. Meyers was a Boyer visiter Mon day afternoon. ™'''":::"''*iesss BUck Gfoire Lette* Jim Jones of Denison called on friends in this vicinity. Miss Elsie Veal went tc Dunlap Sunday returning Tuesday, She is now clerking for l- W. Hagan. She will stay a few weeks and then return to Dunlap as she expect to teach school in that vicinity. Miss Mae Ilayes is visiting at .Mrs Howard Towne's for a tew days. Dr, Carr was a businessjvisi or Tuesday. John Kepford and sister Mrs. Thcs. Tranter started Ames, la Tuesday. Mrs, Herman Steinkeller was poisened by eating bologona, and is very sick at this writing. August Beutal went to Dej Moines Wednesday to look at a farm in which htj is interested. The M. E. church is somewhat distigur-1 ed on the inside. Last week when the I janitor went to attend to fi'is accustomed duties, he was surprised to see two of the seats upset and three of the window cas ings chewed up, but saw nothing of the animal From appearances it looked as though it might have been a dog. Some repairing will have to be ne as soon as possible. Mr. Euclid Tranter arrived home from Daisy, Wash. Thursday evening. He has been gone nearly two years, ^nd speaks quite favorable of the country and is look ing well His batching and the climate seem to agree with him. It is contemplat ed that his batching will be a thing of the past. Jennie Mitchell who has been teaching school near Charter Oak is here visiting during her vacation, Mrs. Quathamer's father from Nebraska has been here vi .iting the past week Misses Bertha and Susie Miller went to Denison Saturday. Mrs Manch Gigax and children are visiting parents and friends here. The election here Tuesday caused quite an excitement tor a few days. Mrs Carey of Manilla was visiting with Mrs John Griffin Friday, She has been visiting in Charter Oak the past week and returned to Manilla Saturday. The farmers are taking advantage of the nice weather and bringing in their 60 to 75 bushels of corn a day. Miss Nellie Loughan of Manilla closed a successful term of school in the Wiley diftrict last Friday. Mrs. Daisy Botlesteel went to Defiance to visit her sister Mrs. B. Isminger and returned home Friday, Maggie and Vanse Tripp of Dow City were up here with their aunt visiting Sat urday. The Holiness Association held all day meeting at the school house Sunday August Beutal returned from Des Moines this week. Dr Evans and Elsie Winters of Arion were business callers Wednesday. The Regular and Reliable Council Bluffs Specialist will visit DENISON, at WILSON HOTEL Tuesday Dec. 8th. Returning every four weeks. Office hjurs from 9s30 a. m. to 6 p. m. DR. STOCKDALE Cures permanent!v the cases he under takes and sendnthe incurable home with out taking a fee from them. This is why he continue* his visits year after year, while other doctors have made a few visits and stopped. Dr. Stockdale is an eminently successful specialist in chronic diseases, proven by the many cures effected in cases which have baffled the skill of other physicians. His hospi tal experience and extensive practice have, made him so proficient that he can name and locrte disease in a few min utes. Treats all curable casses of Catarrh, Nose, Thro it Lungs, and diseases of the Eye and Ear, Stomach, Kidneys, Rheunsil t-m, Blood nnd nvfpnil ,Jkin Sold by* diseases, and disorders of the bladder and Female organs. NERVOUS DEBILITY Are you nervous, despondent, weak and debilitated, tirtci mornings, no am bition, lifeless, memoty poor, easily fa tigued, excitable and irritatable, eyes sunken, red and blurred pimples on face, dreams and night losses, restless, haggard looking, weak baeK, deposit in nrine and drains, distrustful, want of confidence, lack of energy and strength Sexual weakness and nervous Diseases a specialty. Wonderful Cures Perfected in all cases which have been neglected or unskillfully treated. No experiments or failures. Consultation free and confidential. Cull on or address DR. B. A. STOCKP Citizens' Nafional B. Des Moines, ic.va To ^ee Dr. Stockdale in Des Moines call Saturdays, or wriLo. LtLsLutMiZjiJl 0 VW%^WWvw* I Wish to call attention to the new and complete line of Dry Goods I have pur chased. For the first time in the his tory of Deloit there is now a complete line of New Fresh Dry Goods in the town. I have bought nothing but the best, and latest fabrics direct from the mills and you are especially invited to call and inspect the same. You will find it just as represented. Give me a call. A. MAliBERG, DELOIT, IOWA. W Hasting Shingle. 1 THEC1 T\1IEEDJT0RE Iowa 'Phone W. A. McHENRY, Pres. The Best that are Manu factured..,. A WISE MAN WILL S E N O O E STEWART LUMBER CO,. E N I S O N exchange iN 7n Your choice of flour. A full line of everything in the way 5 of feed always on hand. Money to Loan on Long or Short Time. CRAWFORD COUNTY Real Estate Exchange! Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma and South Dakota Lands for Sale. Money Loaned on City and Town Property E. GULICK Manager. BROADWAY, DENISON, IOWA. wmmsmm I O W A flour for wheat. Stove wood split or in chuncks deliv- I ered to all parts of the city. I B. h. Foderberq, I www W^WWWWV»,-v WVWW w-v WWW* WVA FIRST NATIONAL BANK. DENISON, IOWA. Capital and Surplus, $125,000. Deposits, 518,675.16 Loans, 534,751.34 With our thirty years of experience in the banking business and oar large capital and constantly increasing deposits we are able to take care of our customers at the lowest rates, Deposits received subject to be drawn at sight. Time certificates is sued drawtng 3 per cent, for six and four per cent, for twelve months. We make a specialty of loaning money on cattle to be fed for market as well as individuals. Also make lust mortgage loans on improved farms at current rates. We sell lands, town lots, furnish abstracts of title and sell steamship tickets for foreign oorts. Our officers speak German, We solicit your patronage. SEARS McHENRY", Cashie $ V& '.J-*?!