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Proceeding* of the Board of Snperrisor.,
of Crawford County, Norember
-ris*

$g$*
Sessions
A KTKKNOON SKSStON.
Board met at 1 p.
Claims as follows:
:W0
W
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t»C'
J,v
Wni' Reynolds
Black
Holliday ...
W Norman
Cily of Denison to privilege of sewer
for court house and jail
Herman Grill to bridge in West teide
townsh.p
if, "Kvr Schneider Fowler Co mateilal
Holland district
Suhr and Son material Holland dis
•-.v trlct
,rwsNye Schneider Fowler Co material
f$ Ahart district
4 n|Green Bay Lumber Co material Cook
listi-ict
,-A lolpli Eggert labor Cook district
\Vm Walters material molter district
Brockelsby labor Molter district.
ler
il'
district
yChrist Kruse material Schroeder die
A.. tnct
-P" Green Bay Lumber Co material Mol
PL,# ter district
-J 'ii Green Bay Lumber Co material Cook,
district
'Jacob Carstens labor Molter district ..
li l.\"'"Neola
ltr distric..
s-" Schroeder labor Schroeder dls-
tr,c'
Stewart Lumber Co material Schroe
der district......
Nye Schneider Fowler Co material
'i^ Cook district
Green Bay Lumber Co material Cook
district
'-'Green Bay Lumber Co material
E N
Sandstrom clerk Stockholm town
ship
Henry Bell to boarding prisoners
serving subpoenas conveying pa
tlents to state institutions to bal
ance on salary
Nye Schneider Fowler Co lumber for
1 farm
.E
Di^mond
t0
5
'01,
B.ChadwlcV...
Myron Myers..
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Dr
B'['oon
nAv
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On
Iowa.
"n, ti._
anc*
m. and allowed
The Hoys merchandise for farm etc..#
j»h Schlujn1»erger medicines for Miss
Lundgren ...
John Cook transportation of paupers.
Stewart Lumber Co coal for John Dee
and lumber for bridges
Herman Grill lumber Cook district...
Green Bay Lumber Co lumber Schroe
der district
Day labor Holland district
Thos McGrin Henry Otto Henry Bu-
i'*
5 55
7 00
7 78
83 11
36 95
71 H5
9 00
!M 50
man appraising 3 roads :..
\i Claims of various parties were al
lowed for attendance, merchandise,
etc., for quarantine families of Jus
tice, McDonald, Brunclagc-, Helsel
and Steers, payment recommended
by board'of health of Union town
township:
E Nicewonger —$
Sol Gibson
W Talco'.t
W Rolls
500 00
.U74 05
Oreen Bay Lumber Co material Mol-
Ahart district
O Ivens merchandise ami repairs.
O Ivens material Cook district....
Otter Creek township trustees to
bridge built on county line
•John Moeller material and labor
53 10
43 15
1!) 13
74 70
1
SO
S HO
63 ar
5 10
50 95
41 GO
14 00
Elevator Co material Molter
,'r„. district
"I '•V Glassburner labor Schroeder dts
trict
5"*^ Shel&j' County Iowa to bridge
on coun
ty line Molter district
jy.VC' ^'Sicwart Lumber Co material Scbroe
der district
!3$Siewart Lumber Co material Schroe
(iiii* f? jf
S5 91
0 3i
so
1". li
121 87
10
Of)
70 10
10 55
17 05
15
17 {ll
33 -13
46 00
Schroeder district 23 5:1
"E Johnson labor Cook district 2 75
iE Johnson labor Holland district... 8125
John Moeller 1
abor Cook district.... 1 &
John Bayles labor Molter district 10 50
.Jtobt Hannah clerk and preparing
St,y booths .Jackson township 8 00
(j-'E Cochran room rent for election
and preparing booths 1st ward Den-
BOO
Harthun room rent for election
2nd ward r. 00
Glyn room rent for election Vail
precinct 500
as Nickelsen room rent for election
etc West Side precinct 5 00
W Laub to livery hire 4 00
J. Warbasse rent for county attor
ney's office 82 00
S Green room rent for election Dow
City. 5 00
^t|JPenison Bulletin to publishing board
-tes proceedings bar dockets official bal
lots etc 405 52
"Wm Lueck assessing saloons at puck
drove 2 00
Green Bay Lumber Co coal for county
offices 102 68
Haugh and Brummer merchandise
for prisoners...
Green Bay Lumber Co lumber Hol
land district
Green Bay Lumber Co lumber Cook
and Schroeder districts
AG MMcAhren dray age
5 95
6 25
159 95
50
16 00
442 43
376 66
Maurer justice of peace transcript
case state vs Jim and Wm Butler...
McAhren to removing dirt at
court yard W
16 70
board of Mrs Arnold
anu Maher transient paupers 4 00
S Waterhouse justice of peace trail
®CI^Pt case state vs Chas Larson fr 25
•^W McLennan justice of peace tran-J
y'/• script case state vs Ralph Jackson-'
Jenkins Christ Christensen
Douglas Williams 55
Carey justice ol' peace transcript'
case state vs Bert Armour John Doe
and Bert Maher
Iowa Printing Co supplies
Ill Printing Co supplies
Matt I'.irrott and Son supplies
PerkiuB Bz*o* Co supplies
N!^?PnL7j:"l?.v?^ber8aupp,i'e8
National Pub Co supplies
V„ariou5.clai«»

and
A Halberg
ii Ciiadwfck I
Various claims
17
... 2a 35
a
merchandise and attendance on quar
anfcine family of H. H. Weseott, pay
ment recommended by board of
health of Milford township:
V- Hoar and McKiin
fo Ailalherg....
antine families of Gailand Spence
•.fg-.-.
-Sterrett liaber payment
mended by board of health
city
1,-John Ilorenkamp labor Schroeder
dis
iiv trict
Butterworth labor Paradise town
's- ship
8 45
W.80
to service rendered quar-
recom
ol Dow
411 00
motion offleial bond of Fred
Jepsen, clerk of Goodrich townshin
.was approved.
»««olved "V
fcll«
board 'that Dr.
i. Gibson he appointed a« a delegate
to attend the state agricultural /inn
state agricultural COB
ventiou to be held at Des Moines,'^- Langan,
1
piM
11
v.-
AiLi. -1
en«y W»i/.-» S»Tir- KC- li"1^
nnnNTY POiRn nv SUPERVISORS Ordered by the board that a remit- tor a consideration ot835^000. During
vUUNlI dUAKIJ UF oUiiSlvYipylW ^nce |12.80
15,
block
108,
on acc0
SOLDIERS' BELIEF COMMISSION
REPORT.
Commissioners met in sheriff's of
fice Monday, September 7th, at 10 a.
m.
-'v-"1
be made to
lhe».
Walker op fitfuth half of lots 18,
J14
Denison, of toxew
unt of being an
of H?nry
ning July 1st, 1903, were approvei
nine Jul 1«K 1 BOS. were approved. He secured the land in a trade and did
Amount expended from September
1st to September 7th, 1903, $2452.35.
Balance on hand, $223.17.
Also report the expired term of L.
F. Morris and request the board to
appoint his successor.
Also ask to levy a tax of one-half
of a .mill for ensuing term.
tSM'
a ion
•J oo
•J 00
4 00
4 70
11! 0.1
4 50
1 70
85
5 00
10 50
73
7 50
11 CO
FRU'1 ttOOK,
uW+ fcf" St-crctary.
On motion report was accepted.
COITNTY A1 '111 TOB'S REPORT
of fees collected during September
and October, 1008. As doeds, londs
and redemption lees, $8200, and de
posited the same with the county
treasurer as shown by rcceipt: at
tach.d.
M. COLLINS,
Auditor.
On nun ion roport was accepted.
CLRKK OK TIIK DISTKICX COyR'r'S
REL'ORT
of fees collected during- September
and October, 1903, $820.55, and depos
ited the same with the county treas
urer as shown by receipt attached. .,
FRANK FAUL,
Clerk.
On motion report was accepted.
COUNTY RECORDER'S REPORT. ®K®*
1, the undersigned, do hereby cer
tify and report that during the quar
ter year ending September 30th, 1903,
collected as fees for recording in
struments the aggregate sum of
$301.70.. a? v#S
AS. MCKLJIJ
Recorder.
On motion report was accepted.
Resolved by the board that the
contract entered into on November
10th, 1903, by and between Geo. A.
Bet'linghof of .Beatrice, Neb., and
Crawford county, employing the said
Geo. A. Berlinghof as architect and
superintendent of construction for
the erection of the court house build
in gt be hereby approved upon condi
tion that the said Geo. A. Berlinghof
furnish a- bond in the sum of $10,000,
acceptable to said board, by Decem
ber 1st, 1903.
Consent highway petition No. 960
of H. IT. Derner came up for hearing
and on motion was established as a
public highway by Crawford county
paying same $85 as damages.
Consent highway petition TS'o. 958
of A. J. Hoberg came up for hearing
and upon motion was established as
a public highway by Crawford coun
ty paying same $100 as damages.
Consent highway petition No. 956
of Hans Hagge came up for hearing
and upon motion was established as
a public highway by Crawford coun
ty paying same $150 as damages.
Consent highway petition No. 957
of Henslien and Garrison came up
for hearing and upon motion was es
tablished as a public highway by
Crawford county paying same $162 as
damages.
Consent highway petition No. 943
of Carr and Berkhofer came up for
hearing and upon motion was estab
lished as a public highway from the
northwest corner of section 38, town
ship 83, range 40, south one-half mile
ana balance of said petition laid over.
Cr?n%nttiSh™J
W Horton .. ..
Jacob Ernst
Mrs \Vatjee
Mrslteece, Charter Oak....'....
Mrs Crone
Henry Koltze ........
MrsHattery, Deloit ...'
Wm Cose
86 75
158 55
30 00
87 20
8B 00
P9 00
87 40
0 TO
were
allowed for
attendance of quar-
antine families of Wright and Taylor
fecom'"endea by board of
health of town of Deloit:
Nye Schneider Fowler Co
Sylvester Horr
Pf5fciP„n. ,®?i SteioPns
of C. W. Carr came up for bearing
and upon motion was established as
a public highway.
Highway petition No. 950 came up
for hearing and on motion was laid
over until the January session and
the whole board was made a commit
tee to view the same.
Highway petition No. 951 came up
for hearing and on motion was laid
over until the January session and
the whole board was made a commit
tee to view the same.
Highway petition No. 952 came up
for hearing and on motion was laid
over until the January session aud'
the whole board was made a commit
tee to view the same.
Monthly allowances were made for
the following poor for November and
December:
Mrs Johnson, Vail
Mrs Palmer
Etzel
Mrs Baber, Dow City
Mrs Goff
Mi's Palmer, Manilla
John Olson. Denison
GeoDodd inn
Mrs Qlss it .......
Hoard adjourned at 10 p. riV,
Auditor.
1
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6 00
6 00
8 00
7 00
7 00
8 00
8 00
00
8 00
.6 00
5 00
8 00
00
8 00
At) 00
00
5 00
A Johnson, KlroiV.'
Lara Petersen ....
Carl Gunersoa ..
Mrs Ed Meyers, West side.'.". .'.'"
John Dee, Buck Grove....
Mr.s Hollander, Aspinwall..'.'.'.'.'.'.5
S 00
4
00
8 00
13 00
8 00
to
meet
Tuesday, December 1st, at 10 a.
H.
M. J. Collins
—»w JV Wt AM
[. C. SCHROEDBB,
s. Cliairmah
What'
In a Name.'
Everything Is in the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve, E. C. De
Witt & Co. of Chicago discoyered some
years a^o how to make a salve from
KM
J*7f}
it
8 75
ls a
i'i
specific for piles
itch
nP
and jjro-
truding piles, eczema, cuts, burns and
all skin diseases De Witt's Salve has
no equal. This has ffiveo rise to
for n^wftr°rttl!es8
counterfeits.
day and the™plefced
is situZd th!
Ask,
for De Witt s—the genuine. Sold by
ANOTHER BIG FARM SALE.
l-angans Paf $85,000 for
of Land.
00
8 16
Acres
J7e8ter"1
fine farm of 4«1 °f
City and the other half In Plymouth
county. The land was purchased by J..
of Sioux City, and h*s
nephew', R.
A
f"
L.-,
"W
old ,and
"».«,! sold to the L«,*u» by
1 sheriff for the quarter beginning A#- son, of Colfax, 111 the former owner,
ril 1st, 1903, and the quarter begin-1
who
"V#*
the boom days in Sioux City this same
farm sold for nearly $140,000. Forty
acres
of
that portion
lying in
the
city
wa8
W.
H. Ander-
had possession of it for two years,
not wish to hold it.
The farm i8 wel'- improved and .now
ia occupied by Peter Muir TheLan
gans expect to convert the property
into a model stock farm, where blooded
a.ock will be raised.
It is expccted when the projected
Le Mars electric line is compii'Ud be
tween Sioux City and LeM.o-s- this
land will become much more v..Suable
as suburDiio residence and ^tueral
farming—."jioupc City Journal.
The Army Canteen.
Th.' following- int rview is taken
from ''The New Voice," and is pub
lished at tbf request, of a number of
persons in Denison, who are intere.-led
Boitou, Mass., Dec. 12 (Sp cial
correspondence) -In au important in
terview in the BoJton Advertiser this
morning, Dec. 12, Lieut.-General Nel
son A Miles tquarely answers a query
as to his position on the beer cautcen
issue in his old strai£Thtfor ward fashion.
The interview is as follows:
For a long Lime ttie army has been
witbout what is known as the liquor
feature of tne couteen. The army
tiosts are mucn better off without it. I
tiud. That element having once beet,
discarded it, would be an injury aud a
step backward to re-introduce it.
"So says Lieut-Gen Miles vigorously
and frunkly. He has thade strong
'commendations to that effect to Pres
Riosevelt.
"Th'.s very positive opinion of thu
canteen was given by Gen. Miles in
the course of a conversation at the
Hotel Touraine. The lieutenant-gen
eral is on a visit t.o Boston to see hi
aged auot, Mrs. Curtis of Brookliu
who was injured by a fall.
"When asked by an Advertiser re
porter to give his views on the much
discussed suoject of the re-establish
ment of the cauteen. Gen. Miles said
'The canteen, so called. i» a recrea
tion room or building- established or
•,ct apart at nearly all military posts.
It is for the comfort of the enlistee}
men.
includes the recreation i-ooiii
•vhich gives the men opportunity for
social intercourse, the playing of games
und the reading of magaz'nes and
books. It al»o aJi'ords them light re
freshment of various kinds which they
•nay desire in addition to the good,
ivhoisome food furnished by the
government."
"There are certain men in the s:rv
ce as in community, who will have
quor if it is possiole to obtain it. Of
course these arts not the best men in
he ranks.
But now that liqtioi* has been re
moved from the military W^ervatione
ihose not addicted to the use of liquor
are free from its demoralizing influence
The temptation to use it ib made very
remote.
"Besides the amusement rooms
where the men, who des.remay study
or read, or have orderly recreation,
are not disturbed by men wholly or
partly under the influence of liquor. In
other words the canteen is u.ade invit
ing to decent, self-respecting men.
,aI
have visited many posts during
taryeebetteDrdnIowD°than
of
W that thC
C°D"be-
eyer
This 1 say positively from my
own observation.
"At one large post in the west the
present canteen is so well-conducted
and so well patronized that it has paid
dividends of $1 4 month to every man.
This shows that the argument that the
canteen cannot be sustained without
the liquor feature is wholly false.'
'Do you think general, that there is
less drunkeness aujon? the soldiers
than existed when the canteen had
the liquor feBture?"
"I know there is less," was Gen.
Miles' emphatic reply.
It is folly to suppose", he continued,
"that a man is going to drink as much
Liquor if he has to go from one-half
mlleto 5 miles to get it as it it were
constantly served in the room where
he is located'.
Many years ago liqnbr was furnished
as part of the ration to each soldier
and each officer. Gambling and duel
ling were formerly prevalent in the
army 'but both have gradually disap
peared.
"JSffprts Jjftye been made to tgake the
yodtig mea in the army orclei'iy fidbfef
and intelligent, giving' them all the
facilities for recreation, athletic sports
and outdoor exercise. They ftaive been
given an abundance of good Fading
material arid plenty of opportunity f6r
study.
"There is no more reason
tov
the liquor feature, while Gfen, Miles
did not implicate the liquo* trusf, he
said
''Certain influences I would not
to,discusB, but not in the best interests]
of the army, however.'"
If a father^ able to start his sob
wi]1
l'»ve
8
°f
e8^°1
.•w
lfeuts.
""Sit', fetid Mrs. John Anderson juted ai
hw raolherl* home on Sunday.
The Anderson, boys are catting their
trees along the road on their farm near
Deloit...
Ot Lincke, Voer Kampers and Schoed
er were in Deloit on Monday, looking af
ter business matters.
Miss Martha Knoblock was in Deloit on
Monday, shopping. ,•
Steve Newton took a veal calf \o Den
ison on Monday.
Miss Lulu Bowen arrived home Wed
nesday from Schaller, :o spend the holi
days.
Mr Knoblock and son want to Denison
on Thursday.
Miss Bartcher, teacher at No. i, had a
fine Christmas tree for ths children. An
interesiing program was also rendered. A
large number of the parents vtsitid the
school, and joined in he festivities. The
school will be closed for a week.
Miss Sadie Newton's pupils rendered a
fine Christmas program
Messrs Boyien and Jessen have been
hauling corn from Deloit the past w.-ek
J. P. andjts lac-Newton, Mr. and Mis L,
F. Morris and Miss vicie, nd Mr. and
Mrs S. D. Newton, took dinnerat A D.
Winey's on Christmas Day
Ralph and Elsie Beamaii, and Wallac?
McKim are spending the holidays at home
Mr. Wayne SneUwent to Schaller to
spend the hslidays.
I)eu)s ^bout JDeioit.
Elihu Johnson, of Aberdeen, Texas, ar
rived Tuesday morning to"visit h.s patent
Mr, and Mrs. N V. Johnson. He has
been absent about years and his many
old friends and school mates are pleased
to meet him again.
Miss Elizabeth Humphrey, of Sioux
City, a deaconess in the M. E. church has
been assisting Rev. Morgan in .he reviva
.services at this place.
$ •v
Henry George,
Little Tom.
Maquoketa,
Bradley EJros.,
Gwl,
Speckled Trout
a
$35
MUTUAL
the sa­
loon at an army post than at any well
conducted college or university, of at
West Point, or at Soldiers' Home at
Washington.'
"When aslfed as to what influence
was working for the re establlahment
4
care 1
ftf
business w'itfc ten thousand dollars
what business is'so1 safe as farming?
Give a young- riiit'n with a thorough
education, good b&bits, willingness to
work, and a desire tb make himself,
useful, where can hc'fkre better than
on a farm? He can appty -his brains to
the enriching of the soil,'to the divers
ification of hie crops, and to the im
provement of his stock, and at the
same tinie jSff-ye reasonable indulgence
to his taste fori'eading and study. He
all tfvat contributes to health
bod' vl^
.! °f
Whi0h
0
'Utn
0f the
.. oorth limits of Sioux profession can oiler him richer rewards?
This ie really Jbhetextof William Jen-
and to cultiVa
beart'
What
occupation or
nings Bryan's article on "Farming a*
a Profession fucr the Yonng Man" in
C. Langan, of Clinton, lo.. she'January (latHcmopolitan.
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Mr, and Mn.'Grit^ and childreirvtsited
a few days the past week at the home of
J. N.' Xhfn'er. Their- jtauqeesV fsph had
the njisfOrtnne pf .getting 1|is cpflrtb&ne
broken while there They will 'start next
week for-their hew homc'in California
Elder O. E. Butterworth, of Dow City,'
^^a'ana|?r
was the speaker at the morning and even- Woodruff
tag services at the'L D. S. church, Sun- JobnSohelldorf
day. John Houlihan
The Christmas tree and entertainment
at the Brick church was greeted
by a full house The little folk delivered
their pieces well and were much pleased
when Mr. Sinamark presented them with
a coupfe of handsome evergreen trees,
which had been shipped from Minnesota
with a car of lumber
40
SSSc
HodffiS
cigars, per box of
50,
at... $1.85
1 85
1 85
1.85
1.85
1 85
IA., 12-15,
LIFE INS., CO., New York City.
GENTLEMEN:— I beg to acknowledge receipt
of a fcheck for $2090.00 paid through your special
agent, E, £. Glithers, in payment of a policy for
that amount Held by J. P. Schuler, deceased. The
check left your Netf York office just 7 days after
the proofs of loss were mailed from Denison.
Yours fmly
TUAI,
i.
guests. They received several. Henry "lunrnan
handsome presents. A dance was given John Nchls
in the nveni
Charley is a son of H. Wescott and
a farmer Kate is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Shupiter and has been
raised on a farm They will soon move
to a farm in S-ic county and their many
fri nds wish the.n success and much joy
and happiness through life
A Vest Pocket Doctor,
N'jver in thi way, no iroubieto carr.v
easy TI taV^. plea int and imver I'IIIIJ
111 results arj DeWitt'.s Lii-tle Biriv
Ki-(?-s. A -v.al of these liti.le piiU
ttie vest p.icKet. ,s a CPrtnin ynarnn
t«p H!/!Hrisi. hcndiK'ht1, biIliii»ncs^, *jnr
oid livurMnil nil of tho ills rc-ult'nsr
f'-nm I'onrt.iDiLiio'i. Thpv t.onn- ai,d
-'rcii/thon thp livnr. 'Sold bv Ru'dolph
Knaul and .Cassady & Co.
1 'I
6RADBUR*, THE PALME BAKERY.
What A Business Man
Says About Life Inuranee
HON. JOHN WANAMAKER, in a recent*address delivered
at banquet of the National Association of Life Under
writers in Philadelphia, gave .utterance to a number of very clever
s, but not the least so were his
FIVE REASONS FOR
I INSURING HIS LIRE
aid "I simply worked out five conclusions as the result
of my own thinMfigj without any moving cause except my own
judgment.
1903-
t, voss.
Ad'ni.
-«V^"
fjtW-Its
of J. P. Schaler.^P
that investment that I could not get in any other.
THIRD—That Life Insurance in the long run was a. saving'
fund, that not only saved, but took average care of my deposits
rind took me in partnership into possible profits, that not
quently returned principal and interest and profit.- O"-'
*EOURTH—That Life Insurance legarded from the standpoint
of quick determination, was more profitable than any other invest
ment could make.
FIFTH—That it enabled a man to give awau all he wished
during his lifetime and still make such an estate as he cared to leave.
One of the largest of Mr. Wanamaker's policies was issued by
LIFK INSC'RA-NCK--COMPANY,
OF
JUfrbRS DRAWS.
FTLLIMILAP A MIT VR^A^RI' ORMRP
Paris
JCET
Joe Ingrahm
A debate was held Monday and Tuesday J"^ \owco-n
night between Stanley Brown and George sidiiey Jobe
K. Chudwick^of Salix, Iowa, on "social- willnim Graham
ism" and "capitalism." John Van Meter
MARRIHD—Wesicott-Shupiter, at the I lYc'iIr'y (nro^ .]b
hnrne of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. |i. if Mitofiell.
Mijphael Snupiter, Mr. CUarles Westbott MIKUNV iMi.lir
and lVliss Kate Shupiter at
Wednesday, Dec
'''red D«vls
R. Whltcher
J0I111
Stockholm KirSU
{Inlqi Dow Ottj
Jackson West
PeterM .ft or
K. l. Rogers
Oeo. Smith
Zeph Flentiold
Frank Aylward
J. Bull'
'Ham Broadus
C'lnus I nilimaun
J. J, Housiou --.V
3:30
23 1903'
WM iam Kruie
O. J. Van Winkle
I'lt.han
E«l Downev
Claus Orlll
Fred Glgax
Gure
Oiuifiis^s what y»« «st :v^'
SmoKers
Owing to the fact that I have a large line of cigars on hand, and because of soon taking an inventory, I wil! offer some of
piy be.-t lip^s pf dg ,rs at a bargnin Note the following-prices v*
M)-2t
tan Marcus,
Presto
Cap'»dura„
Hand Made,®
Butter
8all
This sale will only last, until January 10th, so now is the time to lay in a sup­
ply of good cigars at. a low price. You ail know these brands and know they are good.
Equally as meritorious goods will be rold at..
Blde
Hanover QJaarter Oak
Mliford Denison
Hay% Manning K'
Boyer Dunlap
Charter Oak Charter Oak
Paradise Dow City
Jackson Vatl
Par-iiise Dow City
Hrd ward Denison
Goodrich Denison
Buyer Dow City
west Side West Side ...
Stockholm -Deloit
East Boyer Denison
1
p. m., l-'r-ul: Slater
The ceremony was performed bv Rev. -rm-y Jtiili 'iu
Morgan, of D.doit Supper' was served ^fon
to' about
Nlsln a Manilla
Nislina Manilla
HoL-kliolco Vail
2i ward
Hays
Morgan
Nlshua
l«t ward
Purndlse
Iowa
3rd ward
William !iaiili\ls
Denleon
Vail Jf*
Schleswlg 4
Buck Grove
Denison
Kenwood
Aspinwall
Detijson
Kast Boyer Manilla'
Is Ward Denison
Charter Oak chartor Oak
Iowa
nanover
Ilays
1st Ward
Median Jr.
Botna
Denison
Manning
Denison
GRAND JURY
-Hunover
j. Union
Peer A zen
11 B. Juli json
Wm. Launderville
Velio Sowlcs
I/. L. DsWfMnd
Fred W. Fleiiholdt
Thos. Hopper
•loho'vjr Hiinann
Dciiis«n
I'OW City
Vail
Hnys
East Hover Manilla
Mil fold Vail
Paradise Dow City
1st ward Denis
Nishn-i Manilla
Stocts hoi 111 Ktls
Jackson West Side
Goodrloh Denison.
WanhinRi.on Buck Grove
Jury bflmmoned tj appear January 26 at 11'
a.
For Sale. yf
Forty pure bred barred Plymouth
Roi'k cn-kHi-elf, J. M. Holt strain.
Th «re fine birds and will be sold at
a -rsjain. A. D.
BRINK,
GREAT PRE-INVENTORY
SALE OF CIGARS AT THE
PALACE BAKERY 3*r
Rt,e 1.
1 85
1.85
1 80
1 85
1.85
l,o0
i-IA
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NEW YORK. S,
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A lar^e namber of the leading business men of Denison and_ vicinity are
enrrying large polices in this Company. It offers the best and most de^irabre
form* of policies It has paid to its policy holders since its organization in 1843,
ver ^(100.000,000.00, and its assets »mount to over $400 000,000.00. It has just
finid Sii.i'OO to the estate of the late .Tno P. Schnler.
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1
4.
'"•W"
FIRST—That at
I knew that I
that time
was insurable,
and I could not be certain of
rmmunity frorp accident or ill.
frsalth, and it might be that at
some future time I would not.
be insurable. That was the
first step' to the building of
sixty-two' policies.
SECOND—That Life Insur
ance was one of the best forms
of investment, because from
the moment it was made it
was good for all it cost and
carried with it a guarantee
that there was protection in
infre-
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