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BoardProceedings
Minutes of Meeting of Board of
Supervisors.'"
AT JUNE 1904 SESSION.
Resolution Passed to Ask For Forty
Thousand Dollars at Next Election
For Court House Purposes.
-Board met in auditor's office Sat
urday, June 18,1904.
.Members all present.
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"Called to order at 9 a, m.
Minutes of Friday, June 17th, were
read and approved.
On motion claims were allowed as
follows:
John Holland sitting with board $ 4 CC
Molter sitting with board 4 00
Thos Aliart sitting with board 4 00
Schroeder sitting with board 4 00
John Cook sitting with board S 00
John Holland to cash paid laborers on
road West side township 35 50
Romans material and repairs at
farm 21 5fl
Claims of Dr. F. Burrows for the
sum of $299.85 and Kiron Pharmacy
Co. for $5.85 were rejected.
On motion bridge contract of Her
man Grill for a 50 foot steel bridge on
tube foundation, with 16 feet of ap
proach on pile foundation, all joist to
be steel, to be built between sections
9 and 10, Morgan township, all in ac
cordance with plans on file' in audit
or's office, for the sum of $772.75, and
$4.00 per lineal foot for tubes was ap
proved.
On motion contract and bond of Dr.
W. T. Wright as county physician
for a term of one year was approved.
Resolved by the board that C. J.
Krohnke be appointed justice of the
peace of Otter Creek township to fill
vacancy.
Resolved by the board that in case
satisfactory agreement cannot be
made with Larson, Swan Mauritz,
Fred Schurke and Aug. Schultz are
hereby appointed to appraise the
damage sustained by C. J. Larson in
altering the highway on the swj4 of
nejj of section 13, township 85, range
39, to save bridging.
Resolved by the board meeting as
board ol equalization that the as
sessment of the personal property of
Crawford county for the year 1904 be
left as returned by the assessors.
Resolved by the board that John
Cook be a committee to contract for
the construction of a cement arch
culvert to be located on east line of
section 25. Denison township.
Resolved by the board that John
Cook be a committee to reinsure the
buildings (jn poor farm.
lie ir resolved by the Board of Su
pervisors of Crawford county, Iowa,
that at the general election to be held
in said county on the eighth day of
November, 1904, there be submitted
to the voters of said county the ques
tion whether money, not to exceed
forty thousand dollars, be borrowed
by said county at a rate of interest
not to exceed four per cent per an
num, to be used in constructing and
adding a dome to the court house
now in process of construction at Den
ison, Iowa, in furnishing a heating
plant, ventilation, plumbing, electric
wiring, furnishings, wainscoting and
tiling for, and otherwise perfecting
the construction of said court house
and to issue not to exceed forty nego
tiable bonds therefor of the denomi
nation ol one thousand dollars each,
payable ten years after date thereof,
and drawing interest not to exceed
four per cent per annum, payable an
nually. reserving the option to the
said county to pay any or all of said
bonds at any time after five years
from the date thereof also for levy
ing an annual tax at the September
meeting ol the said board of super
visors in each year, beginning with
the year 1905, on the taxable proper
ty of said •county not to exceed 5
mills on the dollar of the county val
uation in any one year, and continu
ing from year to year, in addition to
the usual and ordinary taxes of said
county, sufficient to pay the interest
on said bonds, and the bonds them
selves when they become due.
On motion the foregoing resolution
was adopted by the following vote:
Holland, yea Ahart, yea Cook, yea
Molter. yea Schroeder, yea.
June 18, 1904.
Be it resolved by the Board of Su
pervisors of Crawford county, Iowa,
that at the general election to be held
in said county on the eighth day of
November, 1904, there be submitted
to the voters of said county the ques
tion whether money, not to exceed
forty thousand dollars be borrowed,
to be used for the purpose of con
structing and adding a dome to the
court, house now in process of con
struction in Denison, Iowa in fur
nishing a heating plant, ventilation,
plumbing, electric wiring, furnish
ings, wainscoting and tiling for, and
otherwise perfecting the construction
of said court house and to issue not
to exceed forty negotiable bonds
therefor ol the denomination of one
thousand dollars each, payable ten
years alter date thereof, and drawing
'interest, not to exceed four per cent
ICECREAM
IN ANY
QUANTITY.
per annum, payable annually, reserv
ing the option to said county to pay
any or all of said bonds at any time
after five years from the date thereof
also for leVying an annual tax at the
September meeting of the said board
of supervisors in each year, beginning
with the year 1905, on the taxable
property of said county, not to exceed
5 mills on the dollar of the county
valuation in any one year, and con
tinuing from year to year, in addition
to the usual and ordinary taxes of
said county, sufficient to pay the in
terest on said bonds, and the bonds
themselves when they become due,
voted upon by the voters of said
county, shall be in the following
form:
Shall the county of Crawford, in
lie state of Iowa, borrow not to, ex
ceed forty thousand dollars at a rate
if interest not to exceed four per cent
•er annum, to be used for the pur
pose of constructing and adding a
ome to the court house now in pro
ess of construction in Denison,
.owa in furnishing a heating plant,
ventilation, plumbing, electric wir
ing, furnishings, wainscoting and til
ing for, and otherwise perfecting the
jonstruction of said court house and
issue not to exceed forty negoti
ible bonds therefor of the denomina
ion of one thousand dollars each,
myable ten years after date thereof
ind drawing interest not to exceed
'our per cent per annum, payable an
mally, reserving the option to said
jounty to pay any or all of said bonds
it any time after five years from the
late thereof also for levying an an
lual tax at the September meeting of
he said board of supervisors in each
•ear, beginning with the year 1905,
the taxable property of said coun
y, not to exceed 5 mills on the dollar
If the county valuation in any one
rear, and continuing from year to
/ear, sufficient to pay the interest on
said bonds, and the bonds themseves
when thco" become due.
On motion the foregoing resolution
was adopted by the following vote:
Holland, yea: Ahart, yea Cook, yea
Molter, yea Schroeder, yea
June 18, 1904.
Resolved by the Board of Super
visors of Crawford county, Iowa, that
notice of submitting the question of
the county's borrowing not to exceed
forty thousand dollars at a rate of in
terest not to exceed four per cent per
annum, payable annually, to be used
for the purpose of constructing and
adding a dome to the court house now
in process of construction at Denison.
Iowa in furnishing a heating plant,
ventilation, plumbing, electric wir
ing, furnishings, wainscoting and til
ing for, and otherwise perfecting the
construction of said court house and
to issue not to exceed forty negoti
able bonds therefor of the denomina
tion of one thousand dollars each,
payable ten years after date thereof
and drawing interest not to exceed
lour per cent per annum, payable an
nually, reserving the right to said
county to pay any or all of said bonds
at any time after five years from the
date thereof also for levying an an
nual tax at the September meeting of
said board of supervisors in each
year, beginning with the year 1905,
on the taxable property of said coun
ty, not to exceed 5 mills on the dollar
of the county valuation in any one
year, and continuing from year to
year, in audition to the usual and or
dinary taxes of said county, sufficient
to nay the interest on said bonds, and
the bonds themselves when they be
come due, be published for at least
thirty days prior to the general elec
tion to be held in Crawford county,
Iowa, on the eighth day of Novem
ber, 1904, in the Denison Bulletin and
Denison Review, newspapers printed
and published in Denison, Crawford
county, Iowa.
On motion the foregoing resolution
was adopted by the vote as follows:
Holland, yea Ahart, yea Cook, yea
Molter, yea Schroeder, yea.
June 18, 1904.
Board adjourned at 12 o'clock,
noon, sine die.
H. C. SCIIKOKDICK,
M. J. Colli xs, Chairman.
Auditor.
TRUE BLUE.
First Used u» a Political Term by
Scotch I'reKliytcriuiiM.
Blue is an emblem of fidelity, and in
Britain for several centuries it lias
been.«so esteemed. Coventry was
formerly famous for a blue dye that
would neither change its color nor
wash out, nnd thence the epithets
"Coventry blue" and "true blue"
were figuratively used to signify per
sons who would not change their party
or principles on any consideration.
"True blue" is said to have been
first used as a political term by the
Presbyterians of Scotland against the
Episcopalian church. Butler, in "Hudi
bras," speaking of his hero, says:
For he was of that stubborn crew,
Hlght Presbyterian true blue.
Fox, we are told, wore in the house
of commons a blue frock coat, and the
expression "a true blue Whig" was in
I common use in his time, though, as
I one writer puts it, "blue must not be
set down as emblematic of fidelity be
cause this color was formerly adopted
by the Whigs."—London Telegraph.
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JULY AND AUGUST
The \\Jeather Man predicts much hot weather during the next two
months. The housewife will save hard work and avoid much of the
a a
Break, Cakes, Pies, Cookies and Fine Cooked Ham
of us. There will be 110 heating up the house to get a meal. We can
furnish anything you may wish in the liaker's line.
THE,PALACE BAKERY
THE EARLIEST COMEDY.
It Wi Played at Athena by the
Flrai ffravelins Actors.
The first recorded comedy was play
ed at Athens, B. C. 578, when Susarion
and Dolon, the earliest traveling ac
tors, performed a comedy of Susarion's
composition on a movable stage mount
ed upon four wheels. The new form
of play was so successful that the ac
tors were rewarded by the grateful
populace with a cask of wine and a
basket of figs.
Susarion belonged to Megaris, a state
of ancient Greece, whose inhabitants
were celebrated for their coarse hu
mor, and who, in their villages during
the evenings, were wont to hold what
they called a comus really a revel, in
which impromptu acting, coupled with
buffoonery, played a considerable part.
From this word we have our comedy.
In England the old miracle plays de
generated very early into what but
for their religious associations were
mere farces, but the first purely Eng
lish comedy was one by Udall, an as
sistant master at Eton, and subse
quently head master of Westminster
school. It was entitled "Italph Rois
ter-Doister" and seems to have been
performed in London about 1551, being
published in 1566, ten years after its
author's death.
STRANGE RAT TRAPS.
The Way Ostrich Gggi Are Utilized
lit Coptic Churches.
Ostrich eggs are regarded by the
Copts as the natural emblem of watch
fulness, and practical effect is given to
this idea among these people by the
very curious use to which they put
them in their public buildings, particu
larly in those devoted to the celebra
tion of divine worship. Whoever en
ters a Coptic church cannot fail to
notice the numerous ostrich eggs which
hang above and around him.
The explanation is simple. The
churches are much infested by rats,
and these animals, as experience has
shown, have been in the habit of crawl
ing down the cords by which the lamps
are suspended, for the purpose of get
ting at the oil and drinking it. To
hinder these four footed thieves the
cord belonging to each lamp is passed
through the shell of an ostrich egg,
which is thus fixed at a moderate dis
tance above the lamp. The smooth
polished surface of the shell offers an
impassable barrier to the wily and ad
venturous rodents, so that they in
variably slide off and tumble to the
ground if they attempt a passage.
Wliy Englishmen Like Punch.
Mr. Sydney Brooks, writing in Har
per's Weekly, gives some of the rea
sons why Punch has so strong a hold
on the affections of the British public
and why it fails to appeal to Ameri
cans. The great virtue of Punch, he
says, is its seriousness, in which opin
ion there will be i^any on this side
of the water to agree with him. The
great fault of the American comic
papers, it appears, is that they are not
serious enough. They are always mak
ing jokes. Punch, on the other hand,
evades the., a mistakes, "because it is
really not a humorous, but a critical
journal. The American comic paper is
like the professional funny man at a
party. You listen and' laugh for a
while and then you want to murder
him."
A Stanley Story.
Stanley used to relate the following
funny story: One day while he was
conversing with a friendly tribe during
his travels one of the chiefs present
inquired how many wives he pos
sessed. Upon Stanley replying that he
had none, all those present stood up
like one man and unanimously ex
claimed, "What a splendid liar!" They
intensely admired the apparent calm
ness with which he had, as they
thought, tried to pass off on them a
wondrous traveler's tale.
Sore Sign.
Watts—Tebson must be awfully
afraid of his wife. He is always tell
ing us how she will give him fits if he
doesn't hurry home. Potts—That's the
best sign in the world that he is not
afraid of her at all. The man who is
bossed by his wife never says a word
about It.
A Carious Rale.
The following curious rule appears
under paragraph 08 of the munic
ipal regulations governing burials at
Giessen, Hesse: "Interments are only
permitted after death has taken place.
In all other cases a certificate signed
by the mayor is required."—London
Mail.
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Oool City Ifeals.
Mrs. Robinson went to Denison on
Thursday taking the two children of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone to spend a
few days at the Will Wigs-ins' and Su
perintendent and Mrs. Hoffman homes.
Abner Graves arrived iu town Friday
afternoon from Denver, Colo., to spend
a few days with the Dow family.
It Is reported that Mrs. A. C. Heath
will occupy the pulpit at the M. E
church on Sunday evening and Prof.
Praether will occupy it In the evening.
Mr. Ben Keith had business in Oma
ha this week.
Mrs L. Yore took the train for
Denison Saturday.
Mrs. Rainwater shipDed her house
hold goods and left for Etnmerson,
Neb., a few days ago.
Asa Scott carae up from Omaha Sat
urday for a visit with his parents.
Rev. Boyd who had been spending
several days with friends about Dow
City left for his home ia Ankeny, Iowa,
Friday.
Mike Roy, who has been in Omaha
for a month getting work returned
home on Saturday.
Mr. Arnd, receiver in the Exchange
bank, went to his home in Council
Bluffs on Saturday.
Mrs. E. H. Swasey entertained a few
of her lady friends Saturday afternoon
in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Keiley, of Chicago.
Dow City is becoming quite a whole
sale place. Some twenty or thirty kegs
and ca^es of beer was shipped from this
point to Dunlap, which is a dry town,
the first of the week.
Mrs Lillie Slocum, of A9hton, South
Dakota, is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. H. Wiggins in Dow City.
Miss Ola Wiggins went to Sioux City
Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. W.
B. Cameron.
Ed. Bruner has bought Will Thomp
son's half of the dray business here.
Lloyd Brak left for Sioux City Thurs
day for a visit with friends.
B. H. Wiggins expects to start Tue
day for Gordon, Neb., to take up a
homestead under the Kinkaid bill.
The Priscilla club met with Mrs
Mott McHenry on Thursday.
C.E. Booth, after spending a few
days at Harlan and other places return
ed home Monday, to find that bis house
had been broken open and his house
hold goods gone through and a great
many articles taken. He succeeded in
•securing most of them. He locked hie
bouse again and left- for Griswold,
where his wife is visiting 'her parents.
flHot? I^euJs hetter
Mrs. Black and Miss Nellie Black,
mother and sister of Tom Black, are
visiting at -the Black home, all cele
brating the 4th at Denison.
J. Butler and family celebrated at
Woodbine.
Miss Mildred But'.erworth, of Dow
City, visited Helen Black at Hotel
Arion for a day or two last week.
Marshal Mackey is cutting the weeds
on our streets and cleaning up our
alleys in good shape. Let the good
work go' on.
W. W. Coon was in Dow City Friday
having the lawn mowed and other im
provements attended to on the proper
ty recently purchased there.
Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey and Miss
Fern Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Black attended church in Dow City on,
Sunday.
Dr. coon was called to Rodney on
professional business Monday.
W. Underbill and family of Oma
ha spent the 4th at the N. P. Underbill
home in [Arion.
Mrs. W. W. coon spent Saturday and
Sunday at Boone visiting her sister,
Mrs. Geo. Stevens.
Re". Proper, representing the-Bap
tist Home Missionary society, was In
town on .Friday looking after the
church here.
The Lutheran minister of Dunlap
preached here Sunday p. m.
Rev, Bashford and wifespent Mon
day in woodbine.
W. N. Schouten and wife Jwere Arion
visitors on Monday.
Mrs. E. P. Wigg is expected home
on Tuesday.
Elias Barnes, of Kenwood, was in
town on business'Saturday.
Mr. Hoke and Miss Lottie Talcott,
accompanied Miss Nellie Carson as far
as Omaha Saturday.
Settled.
Younger Sister (peeping through key
hole)—Mr. Spoonamore is going to pro
pose to Bertha tonight. Johnny—How
do you know? Younger Sister—I can
tell by the determined look on Bertha's
face.—Chicago TrlUtine.
In thq United States the sparrow has
fix broods a year in Britain seldom
more than three.
A LITTLE SHY.
It makes one (juake
To think men take
Homesteads around the Devil's Lake.
They rush pell nit 11
s'pose to Hell—
"The Devils Lake"—That's how we
tell,
I guess I'll veer ..*
A little near
To things that don't seem quite so
queer,
The Devil take
The Devil's Lake
No homestead there will this child
stake
Beneath thy clay,
"Oh, Iowa,"
I want my carcass hid away.
Where autumn uiorn
Through ripening corn
Sings sweetly to the world's forlorn.
—Greeley.
IJeuOs flfoout Deloit.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deth
man on July 4th a daughter.
"Uncle" Sylvester Zja visited sever
al days at the homes of bis sons Ed
ward and George Zia, returning Satur
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Darling and
chi dren went to Boyer Sunday morn
ing to spend the Fourth.
Deloit people were reminded of the
Fourth of July by the earlv firing of
guns, anvils and fire crackers. The
stars and stripes were waiving in every
direction. Preparations were being
made for a good time in our home
town. Next week we will publish the
program for the day.
A. J. Mason went to Bonesteel, S. D.
last Wednesday to try for a homestead.
Miss Edith McCormick of Omaha
accompanied Mrs. N. L.Hunt on her
visit last week.
Mrs. Laura Walsh and little son,
sister in-law of J. N. Turner who nas
been keeping house for him and caring
for his little girl, went to Ticohic, Iowa
for an indefinite stay recently. Mr.
and Mrs. R. Richmond are caring for
his little girl at present.
Mrs. R. B. Johnson went to Council
Bluffs to visit at the home or her broth
Reuben Herner She will also meet
her sister from Illinois who is there
visiting.
Walter Williams and family were
guests at the home of his brother Mr.
Zed •Williams last week.
Miss Myrtle Cose visited her friend
Miss Beulah Newcom Tuesday night at
J. T. Newcom's.
E. Schuler and cousin C. E. Schuler
returned Sunday from their trip to
North Dakota. Mr. Ed. Schuler filed
on a claim. He likes the country real
well and will move up there before
long.
On last Tuesday afternoon quarterly
conference was held at the M. E
church. Rev. Southwell was present.
Miss Bessie Winans closed ha.- term
of school last Friday with a program
and picnic. Although the day was bad
about forty were present and all had a
good time. Miss Winans was sicK
however and was confined to her bed
four or live days after returning homes,.
Miss Eunice Dobson started Friday
for Jackson, Minn., to spend the Fourth
at the home of her sister Mrs. C. W.
Riggleman.
Mrs. I. Zea received a dispatch
Tuesday morning to go to the bedside
of Mrs. D. Mahoney of Denison who
was seriously ill.
Mr., and Mrs. N. H. Brogden and
A. GotY, went to Laurel, Neb. to
spend the Fourth with relatives.
Miss Florence Nixon was a passenger
to Denison Wednesday.
Solomon Laughery is spending a few
days at Deloit.
Jay Myers and John Taylor were
doing carpenter work for C. M. John
son last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Berger of Peunsylvan
"a cousins of S. F. Wedlock arrived
Thursday for a visit at his home. His
little niece accompanied them from
Cedar Falls.
Mrs. Sarah Dobson visited laBt week
at the home of her grand daughter
Vlrs. J. L. Riggleman.
Mr. and Mrs A. H. Rudd and daugh
ter Sunshine, were visiting at Mrs. T.
C. Dobson's the first of last week.
Miss Buelab Newcom visited with
her friend Miss Eunice Dobson Wed
nesday.
Mise Vinnie Rudd visited at Mrs. T.
C. Dobson's the first part of last week.
Mrs. C. N. Thwina visited Tuesday
at Mrs. James McKim's in Denison.
Mr. William McKim Sr. arrived
Tuesday from Oklahoma to visit
relatives.
Mrs. Enos Lent/, who has been
crippled up In her feet for years,
walked a couple of blocks Friday to
her daughter's Mrs, Elva Mitchell.
Mrs. William Cose Sr. went to her
3on William's on Wednesday to assist
in caring for his little girl who got her
arm broken Tuesday by turning over
in the baby carriage. We are sorry to
bear of this accident as she has been a
rather delicate child.
Mr. Chas. Botts and his aged mother
moved into the John Dobson residence
recently vacated by J. S. Myers.
Mr. Bradly Lee and son Arthur were
at Deloit one day last week,
Sam and John Anderson were at
Omaha on Thursday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Noakee
July 3 a son.
Mrs. E. A. McKim went to Denison
Saturday to remain until after the 4th
with her daughter Mrs. Mary Tucker.
Sea Level.
The waters of the various oceans are
not all on a level with each other.
Water in the bay of Bengal is 300 feet
above the Indian ocean level, and that
of the Pacific along the coast of South
America is heaped as high as a thou
sand feet or more above the waters in
the opposite Atlantic. These eleva
tions depend on the attractions ol' great
mountain masses—the bay of Bengal
on the Himalayas and the South Pa
cific on the Andes.
CEMENT WORK
O 1" A I. I. IS 1 1 S
SIDEWALKS, CUKHS, KETA1NINO
WALLS, CISTERNS AM) CAVES
The limst of Cement med rutd
all work guaranteed first- class
Let us (/ante i/ott prices.
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DAVIS,
Iowa.
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You can depend on Ayer's
Hair Vigor to restore color to
your gray hair, every time.
Follow directions and it never
fails to do this work. It stops
Hair Vigor
fallingofthe hair,also. There's
great satisfaction in knowing
you are not going to be disap
pointed. Isn't that so?
Mv hair faded until it was about white. It
took just ouo bottle of Aver's Hair Vigor to
restore it to its former dark, rich color. Your
Hair Vigor certainly does what vou claim for
it." —A. M. 1SOGUAX Rockingham, C.
SI .00 a bottle.
All druggists
J. C. AVER
Lowell.
Mms«CO..
fori
Fading Hair
Buck Grove Letter.
Mr. and Mrs. Knott, of Manilla, visited
with John Faulkner and family a few days
last week.
Miss McNertney, of Manilla, who was
visiting Nell Sallivan several days recently
has returned home.
Marie Rath, of Denison, spent last week
visiting her friends Freda Gloe and Lilly
Paulsen.
Maud and Mae,Conner, of Denison, vis
ited their little friend Bernadetta Suhivan
for a few days. They have returned home.
Mrs. Mahoney, of Kenwood, spent Sun
day with John Gorman and family.
Mrs. Mullen, of Denison, is spendiug a
few weeks with the family of John Griffen,
norlh-east of town.
Ola Hogdell went to Denison Monday to
attend the summer school at the college.
Miss Ola expects to be a Crawford county
teacher this fall.
Glenn Harvey was a Denison visitor on
Monday.
The Misses Bertha and Susie Miller
were Denisonites a few hours on Monday.
Jay Bicknell surprised his friends by
stopping ofl here a couple of days last
week He met with an accident while at
tending to his duties as brakeman for the
Milwaukee R. R. Co. He was badly burn
ed from nead to ankle which will lay him
oft work for some little time. Jay says he
is not worrying much as his pay goes on
just the same.
Our genial station agent lcoks rather
lonely these days. His wife has "gone
home to mother" for a few weeks' visit.
Jentz Anderson and family from Ken
wood, visited with Andrew Miller and fam
ily over Sunday
Mr Harvey went to TJte Wednesday,
returning home the same day.
Mr. John Lute, of Ute, is busy painting
the interior of Geo. Harvey's"new house.
Ha will soon be ready to hang the paper,
and then the new home will be ready for
occupancy. It is strictly modern and
complete in every detail.
Miss Marie Gigax was on the sick list
for a day or two. but is able to meet her
customers iu Moffitl's store with her pleas
ant smile as usual.
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Mrs J. P. Welch and Miss Glenn Har
vey drove to Denison Thursday evening.
Roy Slater and L. W. Hagan visited
Arion Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hester are enloying
a visit with relatives from the east. We
did not learn their names.
Mr. Finnigan and John Gorman drove
to Manilla to the Von Amberg circus last
Thursday, returning home the same day.
Mrs. Dan Hemphill left Saturday for
Sioux City, where she will visit relatives
for a few days.
Mrs. Bonney and daughter Pearle will
leave Thursday morning, Ju'y 7, for St.
Louis, where they will take in the sights
at the great fair. They will be absent
about two weeks.
Jim Jones, of Denison. passed through
town Wednesday with a large drove of
cattle which be has placed on one of his
farms near here to graze during the sum
mer months.
Mr. A. M. scaggs was in town Saturday
in the interest of the Arion Anchor.
Ira Chase, who has been seriously ill
for the past two weeks, is reported out of
danger, which is grand news to his many
anxious friends. +.
Mr and Mrs. L. Williams, formerly
of this place, but now of Eugene, Oregon,
are expected soon to visit their daughter,
Mrs. Howard Town.. They will remain
several weeks and will be heartily wel
comed by many old friends.
Notice iu Probate.
STATE UF IOWA a
Crawford Couuty
in tlic mutter of the estate of Ernst I.elman
late of Crawford County deceased.
Notice of appointment of administrator.
To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that 011 the first duy
of July, 1«U4. the unilersigued was duly ap
pointed administrator of the above entitled
estate, and all creditors of said estate are no
titled to llle tlioir.' claims In the office of the
Chill of the .District Court, in and Tor Craw
ford County. Iowa, within one year from the
date of this notice, uccordini to law. and
have thi- same allowed and or lered paid by
the said court, or stand forever burred there
from.
Dated July 1st, 1!K'4.
WM. SCIll'HKK. it 1!
iilt.M
AN
Connku it Lai.i.y,
1'OIMUN, AllmilS.
Attys for the Adminis­
trators. 27-31.
to Council Hlnll's and Return $2 55
July 11 to 17 the Illinois Central R.
it. will sell round trip tickcts to Coun
cil Bluffs at $2 05 on account of Uagles'
Mid-Summer Festival.
$2 iK Omaha and Return $2 5)0.
On July 23rd and L'4th, the Illinois
Central R. will sell round trip tick
ets to Omaha at $2.(10.
Storm Luke.
On July l'J and 22nd only the Illinois
Central R. R. will sell round trip tlck
•f to Storm Lake at one and one-third
fare.

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