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A w' •tig mr: •rV •rV if if kf 5 it •V'' •V'' 'r -4 'r -4 rft Kt 1 i$ ,, Ik, v* 1 ft tf & 7' Vf. •f REAL ETATE BROKERS *4 kf 5'' it *4 3 3 Office in Geiser Grand Building, Baker City, Oregon. 3 3 W S&- O E O N REFERENCES: First National Bank. ..... ,.» .««• Citizens National Bank. w. A. MCHENRY, he Best becurity for Depositors W'', r^' =. I •.f S.'.-: i' wk V, rr —will make the season of 1904 at— W.H. LAUB'S LIVERY BARN Decorah jr. is a brown horse, 16 hands high, weight between 1100 and 1200 lbs, Is standard and registered, has a race record of 2:24^. His colts are fine} large nes. splendid actors and gocd sellers. Has yearlings that weigh 800 lbs. TERMS: ,fOfc£-0$H: •.," *$T-Vn sir -*v# ft'^ *—WWWITWH'W wa^MiMl|mf|«W*«M •llxllli .111111111U.llLlLlA.LmLimiJ.LLlLlX±U.Ul±9 FOSTER S JOHNSON #TTT ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT"TTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 TTTTTTTTT TT" gj L. M.SHAW, PRES. C. F. KUEHNLE, V-PRES. C. L. VOSS, CASH. BANK OF DENISON. General Banking Business Conducted. Exchange Bought and Solil. Long and Short Time Loans at Lowest Kates Interest Paid* on Time Deposits. Accounts of all Branches of Business Conducted Personal attention given to investments for local patrons. I?uiiit Con ducted in English or Cienuan SHAW, SIMS & KUBHNIiE. LAWYERS. Heal Estate Loans at lowest Rates. Pres. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. DENISON. IOWA. Capital and Surplust $125,000. Deposits, 518,675.16 a 5 3 4 7 5 1 3 4 With our thirty years of expertence in the banking business and oar large capita I and constantly increasing deposits we are able to take care of our customers at the iowest 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 «. specialty of loaning money on cattle to be fed for market as well as individuals. Altc make first 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. Money to Loan on Long or Short Time. Capital $100,000. Deposits $450,000 Crawford County State Bauk, DENISON, IOWA. This Bank is incorporated under the laws of the State ot Iowa, hi* uives tbe best seeuriiv to all depositors, not only to the amount of etoek, but the per sonal property of each share holder is holden to the amount ot his share 10 uuy loss to the bank. Incorporated banks are under the control ot the State Auditor, who can at anv time examine the business, and according :o his investigation the published olatewnts are tnade. Depositm in an iu orporated bai have more security than tbe confidence imposed in the offices They have the best f-e enrity, because the capi'al stock can not be used at pleasure tor outside speculn tion and investment. The rawford County Stat= Bank is the best incorporated banking institution in the county. A general banking businps" done Passage Tickts Sold. Insurance Written. Loans Negotiated. L. CORNWELL, GtO, NAfcVE, M. E. JONES, C. J. K-MMINU, President. V-Pres. Cashier. flss't Cashier. Directors.—t- Cornwell, Geo Naeve, Schwartz, Chas Tabor, Conner. FLOWIEIJS Cut Fiowers-niid Uts'trns^ PLANTS Prompt attention to tel- j| ephone nr mail orders. ZIA1HER & SON, Frops. WOODBINE. IOWA. 1 ii $15 00 to insure colt to stand responsible for accidents to mares. Parties disposing of mares or removing same frt county^service^fees will be due at once. WE ALSOgHAVE A Mammoth Kentucky Bred Jack Is a good colt getter. Colts show for themselves. Will make season at Laub's Barn. Service"fee $10.00 to insure colt to suckle at five days. MEFVES BROS. OWNERS. linllll W,' have for sale several large tracts of land, also some tine improvtd ranches neat A Baker City, Oregon, (a city of oooo inhabitcnts.) Write for p.irticul-u s. FOSTER A JOHNSON. r.--Baker City. Oregon. NOTE: O C. Johnson who ran the Denison Music Store from 1S73, to 1SS4, will take pleas ure in hearing from old friends and answering ques tions in regard to tnese lands. t- arm Loans ai Five Per Cent interesl Jolm Dri| ht'H Specelien. John Ilricht had it curious method of guard ill L.' a.^iilj.st m.Y tjiilwrt* (jl* im*iii ory or Uingutice in his public speeches. When he had to deliver speech of importance L10 wrote a sort of essay on the subject and tore it up. lie then wrote another and treated it sin the same way. and finally a third. In this way lie considered that he had not only exhausted his own thoughts upon the matter in hand,'but had gained such command ovw the language in which it could be expressed that he could nev er be at a loss for the right word. An Inftlnuiition. Miss Trill—I love to hoar the birds sing. .Tack Downright (warmly)—So do I. They ne'-er attempt a piece beyond their ability. Weak Hearts Are due to Indigestion. Ninety-ulnaof «v«iy one hundred people who an remember when *«$#% I b* r7^3^aQga2a^r^3ga.' 3x^£gaE^, SEARS McHENRY, Cashier have heart trouble it was simple ladlgas- tion. It is a scientific fact that all euu of *ieart disease, not organic, are not only traceable to, but are the direct result at Indi gestion. All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach, puffing It up against the heart. This Interferes with the action of the heart, and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased. Mr. D. Kaubie, of Nevada, 0., says: had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I had heart trouble with it. I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for aboot four months and It cured me. Kodol Digests What You Baft and relieves the stomach of all mttoui strain and the heart of all pressure. Battles oolr. $1.00 Size holdlnf 2K tin... tfce total size, which sells for 50c. Prepared k* e. O. D.WITT 00.. OHWMO j$&&eee&efegse:6s&e6-:e&sg&:©f^ I I 1 1 A & -v y. ft ATTORNEY AT LAW, -V 4 $ Real Estate and Collections OFEICE OVKK POSTOFFICE, $ r™ftrf«p J-V JES*'* #4 "•iT'M? ^4v The Varied Industries Building is a 1 magnificent s'rueture on tbe outer perime ter of the main picture of the lair. It comes into the view of the beholder im mediately after he has passed through the main entrance gr.te. The building pre fects facade of 1 200 feet on the north and south and 525 feet on the east and west, giving ojo.iso feet of exhibition space all on the ground floor. It is a columnated des gn embodying a free trea'. ment of the Ionic order. There is an m I crease in the size of the columns used at the southern main entrance, but in such style and taste as n:t to inteifere with the general design In the center of the north facade is a low dome flanked by towers about 200fe::t high. These towering features afford West IDeiusot? Heuis Mrs. R. Johnson 'closed a successful term of school^last Friday. Miss Anna Owens spent Sunday at the home of her parents. Miss Anna McCaffrey is visiting friends in this vicinity this week. I Mr. and Mrs. Buesing spent last Sun-1 day at the Pierce home in Denison. Mrs. Brown and ^on Tomraie were shop ping in Denison Saturday. Mr. E. Kolls was in Denison on Thurs lay. Miss Margaret Michaelsen of Wheatland Oklahoma was the guest of the Misses Owens last week. Mr. T. McGrin spent last Thursday in Denison. Miss Vera Dow of Dow City visited with Mrs. F. Buesine a part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. Evers were in Denison on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilson were call ing on friends in :hs vicinity last week. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS June 14. l'.i'M. ,i II A Romans and wife urn) L-\vis Ko inans and wife to Win .1 el ow ll li.is 1 and bll 4 liaifjr Uiik ami other valuabe consideration $ 1 00 Lewis Romans and wife to Win. I Mc lii.wi-ll lots •). 5, In tt (1 II bllt I- Cliar- VerOaU anil oilier valuable conskl eraiiou 1 00 I, Vess and wife to Augusta Webber lots 1 and Ijllt II Denison SCO 00 Henry Hansen and wife to John A Ki ic.kson all land lying west of rail road extends from Hover to llonihi min in sesw'.i ]l .Stockholm 1013 CO Thompson S Miilett t.rus'ee to V'ried riei, Krugt-r swneseM and n'/inese^ «ti Stueklio .ioa TOO 00 June 15. IH04 Western Tmvn Lot Co to Utto Siege mann lots '2 and 3 IJIU lib t-chleswig... 220 00 Ira Oiilmor and wife to 1£ liullck lot 15 bik Denison 1800 00 Odella Bauer unmarried to I. Van Slyke lot 3 till! ^Manilla 150 00 PL VanShke and wife to Ru dolph lot 2 blk a Manilla 100 00 June 16,1!U)4. Ulessen and wife to Snplila Iiruse lot 1 subdiv of nexeM 6 Paradise 5-23 C.l(0a 275 00 A 11 Lock und wife 10 Owen and Hen ry Devitt lots 9 nd I'-' bllt 14 2nd add Vail 275 00 Jute 17, 11104. E E Springer and wile to Emma Water house lots 1 and 2 and e25ft of lots 20 and 21 Charter Oak 0000 00 Amelia O Anderson and husband to Crawfurd Co lot 8 blk 132 Denison 500 00 June 20. 1904. Hans Kief and wife to Miller Simmer man lot 7 bll 10 Manill 2125 00 PetertMolir anil wife to all Witt lot 1 lilli IB sulTdiv of blks 1."). Hi. 17. IS, II) and 2(1 Selileswig I. f®Tj[. -s, 1| 1 A large party assembled at the Keating home last Saturday evening. Those pres ent enjoyed themselves hugely and it is needle-s to say the housewarming was sue cessful. Mr. Robert Bauman, who has a pood position as instructor in the Indian school, of Lower Brule, S. D., is spending a well earned vacation at the home of his par ents, 1 9 Mr. ard Mrs. Win. I Kruse visited friends in Denison last Sunday afternoon. 200 0J June 22. I'.H'I. Western Town Lot Co 10 Hugo [S-tem pel lot.« blk 1 [ticketis 72 00 June 25. 11101. Chas Wen/.el and wife. Henry'Gehrke mill wllu and AC Helueiid and wife to (Jerinaii Evangelical Lutheran- Trinity 1 ongregation of Manilla lot 12 bll 211 Manilla 300 00 June 27. l'.lil* Wilhelni Of slar to Minn Go:-Inr s'Jneli »n(ls"nw!4' Is and nwnwl-4 2U Clia rter Oak 320a 1 00 Kui-lniie and wife to Richard Kin ney ,sen\\ l-i anil swindle E Hover... I 10 To the World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo Via tho North-Wf-terpn Line. Very low rates now in effect to St. Louis and return, from nil points. Kxcellmt train servif-e and 1 beral return limits. Ask Ticket Auents, C'hiciaijo & North western R'y for full particular-. iiLmkwmm THE VARIED INDUSTRIES BUILDING, AT THE WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS—AT NIGHT amp'e space for ectrical display and il lumination. Numerous entrances are on the facades, e'xclusive of the main entrance in the center. A specially featured en trance is made at the center of the south front, this en'.rance being thrown back and a magnificent circular colonnade thrown out in from of it, The colonnade con struction on the main fronts affords pro tection for pedestrians from both sun and rain In the center of the structure are two large courts, aitording li^ht and venti lation to the building. Graceful iron sheds, or can pies, will be erected in ttie courts. Too ornate kiosks, used as toilet rooms, are p'ared in the courts. The building is so designed that it has a mag-1 nificent corridor or passageway through 1 the center from north to south. 1 SUMMER STYLES. Fnll Flonnced EffcctM Are I sell With VeilliiKn-Sopnrnte AVnint*. Many dresses are made with full flounces, especially veilings, which, when treated in this fashion, have the airiness ot muslin. The half sleeve ef fects. now so smart, are often compos ed of three or five ruffles. This half sleeve is always lined with a ruffle of lace. The brightest blue tones are being worn, and they are combined with dyed lace or black and while embroidery. A brown snot taffeta seen recently, was trimmed with entre deux of em broidery, edged with yellow lace and little taffeta roses with yellow centers. With.it was worn a hat of the —A sa^"1 V/Zttt A pretty VISES SHIRT WAIST. Lamballe shape, trimmed with a wreath of yellow roses and a falling curtain ol' blown lace. Siparate waists for morning wear are of embroidered linen, while for dressy occasions they are of embroid ered net or luce. Jacket anil skirt 'effects are going to be worn a great deal this summer. They will be made unlined. so that they will not be too heavy even for the warmest days. For evening and reception frocks there is a new shade of rose called Rose Du Barry. This grows brighter and brighter. Sometimes it is trimmed with* little black velvet dots. The illustration shows a tucked linen shirt waist trimmed with cluny lace. JUDI€ CHOLLET. HATS OF THE MOMENT. Large Flat Shave* Vie With Tiny Toques—The New Sailor Hat*. The flnt Lamballe shape Is replacing everything else in millinery. This flat and large shape is becoming only to very tall women. There are, however, other shapes which are coming into style, notably the shape with a rolled brim and a short back, which is par ticularly adapted to a feather. Hats made entirely of lace ruffles are decorated with bows of velvet or tiny rosebuds. The new straws nre so fine and silky that in many cases they look like satin ribbon or gold lace. Openwork lints are very smart, par ticularly in Uower and cherry hats. The latter are made of red straw in circular strips and wreaths of cher ries. The openwork spaces are thin ly covered with red net. The torpedo toque is made in (he most fantastic fashion, and the rolled brim is incrusted with motifs of cir cular decoration. Black with ecru, white with black and lavender with iiiiiiiiiiiiii Mfia RMM 1 The size and gr^ce of this building adr!s materially to the beauty and attractiveness of the group of buildings forming the mnin picture of the Fair. Van Brunt Howe of Kansas Citv are the architects. It was the first Imposition building for whose erection a contract was l^t. It was buil 1 by the Rountree Con struction Company at a cost of about S650 000. It was pract'cally completed on Dedication dav, April 30, 11303, an5 was occupied by the members of the National Guard who picketed the grounds and par ticipated in the military parade on that occasion. 1 he building houses exhibits of manu facturir.ging processes and of manufactu res Mi an H. Hulbert. chief of the de p'rtment ot minufactures, has charge of th= exhibits in the structure. pink are smart"coTor combinations. Sailor bats trimmed with ruches of ribbon in two or more shades are among the latest millinery products. Children's dress at present is noted for its daintiness rather than for its A FRENCH HAT. cost or elaborateness. Surely every one should realize the vulgarity of over dressing a child, and a glance at the present fashions will show that they are plain even to the extreme. Rus sian costumes are still smart for little boys, and their small sisters wear mod ified editions of this same style in wools or linens or else kilted skirts with smart blouse bodices trimmed with strappings of silk or a little hand work ed embroidery. White linen dresses worn with white kid belts are becom ing warm weather gowns for little girls. Wide berthas appear also upon the children's gowns, and often tlie ber tha composes the entire trimming, and It is noticeable for a fine trimming of hand embroidery or some oilier dainty touch. The French child's dress vith the tiny rutlle of a skirt and the long waisteil effect lias returned into favor. The cut shows a smart little hat of rough yellow straw trimmed with a black rosette and a cream bird of para dise tail. JUDIC CHOLLET. A LOUD WHISPER. It Came From Gun That a Sentry Forgot Wan Cocked. During the Mexican Avar, in 1S4G, Captain Kenly received orders from General Quitman to march with a guard to a ford in the Santander river and prevent its passage by the Mexi cans. He reached the place, posted his men with strict injunctions against be traying their presence and took his position on the bank where he could overlook the ford. Suddenly there came the report of a gun. fired by one of his sentries. Cafitain Kenly ran to the place, hav ing seen no enemy, and found the sen try, a Georgian, coolly reloading liis musket. "How dare you fire your gun?" ex claimed the angry captain. "The whole division will be aroused." Even as lie spoke the long roll of the drums came floating down the wind. The sentry saw plainly enough the trouble he had got into, but he an swered: "Well, captain, you see I was so tired and sleepy that to keep myself awake 1 kept pointing my gun at a duck I saw on tbe river, and 1 thought how I would like to whisper to it, and, hang it, I forgot the gun was cocked and away she went." The man escaped with a sharp repri maud from General Quitman, who sent him word that if he ever "whispered" again without orders it would be all over with him. V^f 'sMr f| 11 1 V-- f( A Sealed Document JS ELL'S is that firm's sumer Is proof In Itself In any court of law. 1 SEALED I PACKAGE SpJOF THE 0m,\ COFJH iM'^yco BELL Coffee guarantee to the con that the contents are sound in the bean, fine in Savor and and smell proof. Ask For and Drink the BELL Coffees. dust Tlie Escapes He Wanted. "Is there danger from (ire here?" o.-.,y•••• "Oh. no," replied the hotef clerk. "We are well provided with fire es capes." "I don't care a hang about that. How are you fixed for mail escapes?"—Chi cago I'OSt. Xot In Practice. "That man has studied political5 economy."' r. "Maybe so," said Senator Sorghum, "but the injudicious way he spends his money at an election looks to me like political extravagance."—Washington Star. Piles Upon Top of Piles Piles upon top of piles of Deople have5: the Piles, hnd DeWitt's Witch Hazel' Salve cures them. There are many different kinds of Piles, but if you get ttie genuine and lorijjinal Witch Hazel Salve made by E. C, DeWitt & Co., '.-'hicatro, a cure is certain. H. A. TU dale. ofSummerton. ss C.. says, "I had, piles 20 \ears and DiWitt's Salve cured me after everythins else failed." Sold by The pill that will, will till the blll,'Wi« Without a gripe. To cleanse the liver, without, aquiver^ Take one at tiieht. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are small, easy to take, easy and gentle in effect, vet they |are 90 certain in results that no one who uses them is disappointed. For quick relief from biliou-ness, sick headache, torpid live, jaundice, dizzi ness and all troubles urisinc from an inactive, sluggish liver, Early Risers are unequalled. Sold hv •1 RUDOLPH KNAUL CASSADAY it Co. Animal Oils In Medicine. The number of animal oils and fats used in medicine are extremely nu-: merous. Large quantities of oil are obtained in Tasmania from the mut ton bird and used as a liniment for. rheumatism, while the fat of the frigate bird is said to be an excellent specific for sciatica. Cod liver oil Is too well known to bear more than mention, and the oil got from the dugong, an aquatic monster related to the whale tribe, has a high repu tation as a substitute for that obtained from ttye smaller fry of the cod. From six to fourteen gallons of this medici nal oil can be taken out of a single animal. •W' RUDOLHH KNAUL CASSADAY & Co. HTIiese Snaps? 8-Room house with furnace, bath and all modern convenien ces, four blocks from business center. $2300.00, easy terms. This is unquestionably the best bargain in the city. 7-Room house with one lot in east Denison near the park, $900. This has never been offered for less than $1,100, but the owner wishes to make a quick sale. 7-Room house with basement and two lots near college, $1500. Just the thir.g for anyone with a family to educate. Four blocks from public school. 7-Room house in northeast Denison, three lots, $2500. 10 lots, 6-room house, good barn and 40 acres of land within the city limits for sale for a short time at $5000. 283 acres of the best farm land in Iowa, with a large house and barn and every possible improve ment, close to three towns, for sale at $65.00 per acre. This is a good level farm and not low. These are only a few of the Bargains we have. Call and see us. Crawford (ountu Reaf Estate Excfianoe. E. GULICK, MANAGER, DENISON, IOWA.