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i* ii ih j.. 4-s fc. *!v ,\ $* •, W*j gas .t C, #.&• -r 'i* «r- 1 3 'Phone 82. S it for Depositors MY WORK SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. JOHN FASTJE, CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS. STORE SHELVING, OFFICE, FIXT URES, ETC. ETC. Next door east of Casaday drug store. Don't forget the place. I have now a better and larger line of Cigars. Pipes, Tobaccos. Candies. Sta tionary and soft drinks Special Dranas of Cigars: zen's Five, Mexican Lomlies, other brand 5c cigars. J1 PRICES ON APPLICATION AND WORK GUARANTEED. N O I E MOVED! MOVED! MOVED! and the agency of ,r We have a fine supply of Tablets and Pencils for School Work. Lead Pencil Given Free.- Quality^ Quantity SEE HERE Wand E have on hand a nice lot of Fence Posts Poles. Also small Piling Hog Wire Fence, a car of the very best cement on the market, all kinds of shingles and building materials at bed-rock prices. Call and see us before purchasing else where. At the old Stone & Temple stand. W. R.. EMPL E O. Green Bay Lumber Co., We handle Atlas Portland Cement, the Old Reliable. Get our Prices. Capital $100,000. Deposits $450,000- NOTICE IN PROBATE. STATE OF IOWAKl. Crawford County In the matter of the estate of Elsla Maurltz late of Crawford County deceased. Notice of appointment of adircnlfctrator. TO WHOM FT MAY CONCEUN: You arc hereby notified that on the 1st day of September 1904, the undersigned was duly appointed administrator of the above entitled estate, and all creditors of said estate are notified to file their claims in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, in and lor Craw ford County. Iowa, within one year from date of this notice, according to law, and have the same allowed and ordered paid by said court- or stand forever barred therefrom. Dated Sept. 1st 1904. n. MAUIUTZ P. W. HARDING J. 1'. MAUK1TZ Atty. for Estate Administrators. Crawford County State Bank, DENISON, IOWA. This Bank is incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa. This gives the best security to all depositors, not only to the amount of stock, but the per sonal property of each share holder is holden to the amount of his share to any Joss to the bank. Incorporated banks are under the control of the State Auditor, ^rho can at any time examine the business, and according to his investigation the published statements are made. Depositors in an incorporated bank have more security than the confidence imposed in the offices. They, have the best se curity, because the capital stock can not be used at pleasure for outside specula tion and investment. The Crawford County State Bank is the best incorporated banking institution in the county. A general banking business done. Passage Tickts Sold. Insurance Written. Loans Negotiated. L. CORNWELL, GEO, NAEVE, M. E. JONES, C. J. KEMMING, President. V-Pres. Cashier. Ass't Cashier. Directors.—L Cornwell, Geo Naeve, Schwartz, Chas Tabor, Conner. •'••^i-.ii-.-.-.v. ".... W "V*" *T 4f,U Cuba Dura, Citi Laguna and plenty of t, U| 1 C. OTTO," Denison, Iowa. WWWW»WWIWWWWWW\WWWMWW| It pays to trade with the City Bakery, where you al- .,:i ways get your money's worth. We are headquarters .i •,/, for all kinds of Bakery Goods, Fruits, Fresh Cigars and Candy always on hand at all times. 5 J. JUNGERMAN 0 i: 0 Denison, Iowaj Farm Loans at Five Per Cent Interest NOTICE IN PROBATE. STATE OF IOWA, Crawford County. In the matter of P. S. Maurltz late of Craw ford County, deceased. Notice of appointment of administrators. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that on the 3rd day of September 1904, the undersigned was duly appointed administrators of the above enti tled estate, aqd all creditors of said estate are notified to file their claims in the office of the Cleric of the District Court, In and for Craw ford County, Iowa, within one year from the date of this notice, according to law, and ordered paid by said court, or stand forever barred therefrom. Dated Sept. it 1004. !?().. U. 11. MAORITZ 1'. W. HARPING J. P. MAURITZ Atty for estate Administrators. ^•a)»Mli^wii8 uiXiiiijM'uUn VifttfeTT' 1 V'.^'.^f/' REPUBLICAN TICKET. FoiTrosident. THEODORE ROOSEVELT New York For Vice President CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS Indiana For Congressman—Tenth District HON. -I. P. CONNER Crawford County Auditor of State R. I" CARROLl Davis ICnunty Secretary of. State W. B. MARTIN Adair County Treasurer of State G. S GILBERTSON Winnebaso county Attorney General C. W. MULLAN Black Hawk County Judge of Supreme-Court H. E. DEEMER Montgomery County Railroad Commissioner N. S. KETCHUM Marshall County COUNTY TICKET. For Auditor, EDWARD THEOBALlJ. of Nlshnabotny Twp. For Clerk of District Court. CLAUS PAHL of Morgan Township. For Recorder. M. L. HOULIHAN Jr of Charter Oak. For County Attorney. P. J. KLINKER of Denison For Supervisor, HENRY MAYNARD.. .of .Tacksou Township. AMONG THE EDITORS. The "straw', vote in Vermont and Maine indicates that the season for threshing democrats is fairly uude: way.—Times Republican. The Washington Press says that if Mr. Parker has any opinions "he keeps them under cover as an old hen hides her eggs, until he addles 'em." "The stubborn fact remains" says the Ottumwa Courier, "that every time the democrats have been in power they have had to go uut through the bank ruptcy courts." *. Colonel Bryan says that tlie money question is for the present in abeyance, but that the silver question "is as sound in theory as it ever wa9." Just about!—Webster City Freeman. "Every Filipino insurrection in which American soldiers are Slain is an answer to the democratic demand that our flag be lowered in the Philip pines/' declares the Muscatine Journal, Uncle Joe Cannon, of Illinois, has gotten off the best aphorism of the campaign. He 9ays, "The Democratic party is like alcohol, because it kills everything that is alive, and preserves everything that is ''dead.'-—Jefferson Bee. If you want the United States foreign policy to become a zero, vote for Park er. If the republicans have done wrong, as the democrats claim, in making this nation a respected world power, then Parker's success must necessarily mean a reversal of that policy.—Manson Journal By 1892 the Republican party had reduced the interest on the public debt to $23,000,000 a year. The Demo cratic party under Cleveland increased it in time of peace to $38,000,000. The Republican party in spite of the Span ish war has reduced it since to $28,000, 000.—Scranton Journal. "The list of savings banks in Iowa goes right along growing large'r by three or four a week," remarks the Davenport Democrat, and suggests fhat "this Bhows a double faith—the confidence of the banks in the people, and the confidence of the people in the savings bank. They work well together." Cedar Rapids Republican: What makes the rest of the country tired is the fact that every time there is a cam paign on, a certain number of southern orators from Waterson, who is a gentle man, down to Vardaman. who is a blackguard, bring out their "nigger" issue for an airing. The south has been doing political and other business with that "nigger" issue from the be ginning of the government. It is likely that the great packers of the west will gradually reduce their plants in Chicago till the business will nearly all be done in the smaller, cities of the middle west. This is one of the necessary results of the recent 9trike packers will have to move from the center of labor agitation, where walk ing delegates will have less opportun ities for mischief making. Chicago will be the permanent sufferer from the late strike.—Carroll Herald. The Reporter would advise our dem ocratic brethern at their coming countv convention to have a sort of an ex perience meeting in which each dele gate tells his experience for the past eight years. You see, tfce democracy, "having returned to sanity," it would be very interesting to have them give an account of how they felt when not sane. We have no doubt but what many of]them can give a vivid and start ling recital of their mental halluci nations during those terrible years of Bryanocracy. Just for a starter, Brother Branigan might lead off. We are sure that others would follow.— Palo Alto Reporter. Congressman Conner has become so popular In this district that one never hears a dissenting voice any more, the general feeling being that he repre sents the district in a faithful and I statesmanlike manner and meets every requirement. Judge Conner early in his career in congress showed that he was able to do things and in this way he has won the lasting support of the ^_ fAT\" largest and best constituency in the whole nation. His work in the recent campaign in the state of Maine is said to have been of the highest order and most effective. He will now look after the interests of the party in this dis trict.—Carroll Herald. AROUND THE STATE: George M. Finnemore, living on the W. A. Prince farm, adjoining Harvard, was shot and instantly killed by his 17-year old son, Otis Finnemore, the son mistaking his father for a burglar. A conference of leading democrat^ from all parts of the state was held at Des Moines to devise means to assist M. J. Wade in his fight for re-election in the Second district. The situation there has grown decidedly (warm for democrats in the past few weeks and a call has been sent out for help. Patrick Kinney, aged 74years, was run down and instantly killed by a switch engine at DeWitt. George E. Taylor, of Ottumwa, Iowa's only presidential candidate, and the nominee for the national liberty party, a new organization of negroes, has completed his letter of acceptance and mailed it to the party's notiScation committee, Hon. Stanley P. Mitchell of Memphis, Tenn. in it Mr. Taylor bitterl denounces both of the old line parties. His attack upon the republi can party is especially bitter and he declares that republicans have'betray ed the rights and interests of the ne groes. Congressman M. J. Wade of the Sec ond district opened the campaign in Sioux county last week by a speech in Orange Citv. The republican leaders of the state at a meeting with the chairman of the county central committees .of the Sec ond district held at Davenport decided to make the Second district the battie ground of the state and for this pur pose to import a number of speakers of national reputation, including Con gressman Cadnon of Illinois. A nest of wasps in a country school house in Plymouth county drove the teacher and the pupils out of doors, several were badly stung, Jacob Rea son, a 7-year-old boy, requiring the vi of a an Leonard Elliot lo9t his left leg and had ttie toes on his right toot mashed while trying to board an engine at Cromwell. His injuries will probably be fatal. The Still College. Osteopathy at Des Moines has tabooed football because it is contrary to the teachings of osteo pathy, the articles of faith of that school of medicine being founded pri marily upon the 'proposition that a large portion of human ills and ail ments have their primary cause in dis placements, dislocations, subluxations, and other physical derangements or malpositions of parts of the human body with relation to adjacent parts. Itiis expected that the move will be follow ed by other schools of osteopathy throughout the country. Shortly after the Iroquois theater fire last winter Webster City's only opera house was closed by the owner, who said he did not care to take any more risks in running his opera house, and since that time it has remained closed. He is still firm in his determi nation not to open the doors and in all probability that city will be compelled to do without theatrical attractions during the coming winter. Webster City, which has heretofore been a nonunion city has at last suc cumbed to the general tendency of the times and has entered the union class. Last week the carpenters and joiners of that city succeeded in organizing and it is expected that all the first-class workmen of the city will soon join. The Modern Woodmen of America of Franklin county held their annual fall picnic at Hampton Saturday. The campaign in Marshall county was opened last Saturday by a speech by Gov. A. B. Cummins. Louis Iten, head of the Iten Cracker Manufacturing company at Clinton, died suddenly last Wednesday, aged 66 years. The $10,000 Carnegie library at Ames was formerally dedicated and opened to the public last Friday, President A. B. Storms of the Iowa State college making t^e principal address. Hai(b«r Fltucat. Dona—Ah, yon are In this Hm« wiled five tlm«s with this bill, lrat you've been oat Owens—Indeed? Well, you ua out thl* time. Fins morntag, lent It?— M*w York Trlbun*. The Stomach is the Mau. A weak stomach weakens the man because it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment. Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first re storing health and strength to the stom ach. A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to feed the tissues and re vive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat, cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of the 'Stomach, and cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Sold by £1 4 ^™r RUDOLPH -KNAUL CASSADAY & CO. •^X^''"• .,"Pi—,4 1 4 4 THE OCTOBER "SMART SET." Tue OotoDer number of The Smart la tt ventaOle oitue of orHuant dtur ico ana yoems. ".viooi'ea," oy Anaa A. ttogers, is tne title of tne novelette wnica opens trie lasue. it la a story ot power and quiet numor, ueai ng witn tne temptation waicn comes to tne young wile of a naval officer while tie is abroad and she is "moored at nome. The taie leaves a remarkably vivid impression and will attract wide atteutlon. Gouverneur Morris, in his short story, "Tne Lady of Moods," Has writ tun as striking a piece of .work as has recently appeared in any magazine. Its wondertui art stamps this young author as a genius. In a wholly differ ent vein is the late Guy Weiitao.'& Uarryl's humorous tale, "A Tide iathe A ffatrs of Stephen Girdler." It is brimful of delighttul character draw ing. In "The Two Ghosts" Richard Le Gallienne is at his best as a good natured satirist and brilliant epigram matist. "When Delos Drifted," a story by Beatrix Demarest Lloyd, a new writer of great promise, is one of tne most notable in the number, though one must remember,the poetic beauty of Zona Gale's "A Land a Great Way Oft." the intense realism of Theodore Waters's "The Passing of Gon Out." tne keen analytical power of Willard French's "The Mastiff," a story of po it a if in W as in to an cleverness of Barry Pain's "The Re wards of Perseverance," the last and perhaps the best in the series of detec tive stories which the distinguished English author has written exclusively for the Smart Set. Two essays, one by Agnes Reppller, the other by F. J. Knight Adkin, add charm to this number and there are excellent poems by such favorite verse writers as Joaquin Miller, Earnest Mc Gaffey. Theodosia Garrisofl, Madeline Bridges. P. McArthur, Frank Li.lie Pollock, Thomas Walsh and Arthur Macy. Variety is the distinguishing note of the October Smart Set, and no two of its stories are in any way alike. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Sept. 6 Frank Birkhofer and wife to^Henry Koenekamp sS4 se& section 17 Para dise 3600 00 Frank Birkhofer and wife to Fred A Maurer seK section 10 Paradise twp. 0700 00 Sept, 7. Birdie Hill A Hill to William W Ferguson eW of lot 10 and 40 ft of -f lot II blk 75 Denison 3600 CO Sept 8 Fritz Behrns to Patrick Lane lot 6 blk 111 Denison 2800 00 Septa Swedish Free Mission Church to Thee Drake and A Snyder lots 13 and It blk 15 Charter Oek 435 00 Henry Shlrtcliff and wife to Michael Gibbln lots 1 and 2 blk 11 Vail 1900 00 Sept 10 Wm. Wolters and wife to Evans lots3 and 4 block 11 Asplnwall S000 00 Aggie Richards Fred Richards to Christensen lot 7 blk 122 Denison 700 00 Tanne Pett to W Carr s!4 nw% s?c 26 Onion townsnlp 4000 00 Western Towne Lot Co. to Jacob Fries lot 20 blk 30 Schleswig 100 00 Sept 13 John Sei vet's and wife to Carl Gronau lots 1-2-3-4-5-6-7• 8-9-10 and llblk 1 First sub dlv of Grace Park Denison 2i00 00 Maryt Klinker to John Klinker sHsex section 33 Willow Township n£i se!4 and si4 dw« section Boyer n!4 swx section 3 Boyer swK and 54 86X4 and WW nwX section Paradise twp 29009 58 Chas. W. Towne of Boston has got ten up what he calls a "foolish diction ary" that isn't so foolish after all. Here area few of his definitions. Appendicitis—A modern pain, cost ing about |200 more than the old fash ioned stomachache. Bigamy—AJform of insanity in which a man insists on paying three board bills instead of two. Chauffeur—A man who is smart enough to operate an automobile, but clever enough not.to own one. Christian—A member of any ortho dox church. 1 Collector—A man whom few care to 9ee, but manv ask to call again. Conscience—The fear of being found out. Diary—An honest biography. A good keepsake, but a bad give away. Echo—The only thing that can cheat a woman out of the last word. Evolution—A clever trick performed by one Darwin, who made a monkey of Adam, Football—A claver subterfuge for carrying on a prizefight under the guise of sport. Goat—The honored founder and old est inhabitant of Harlem, N. Y. Else where not in good oder. Golf—An excuse for carrying uncon cealed weapons and a Scotch breath. Hand maiden—A manicure. Hug—A roundabout way of express ing affection. Intuition—A fictitious quality in fe males—really suspicion. Jury—Twelve men choseu to decide which has the better lawyer. Kilts—A Scotchman's apology for in decent exposure. Potting Him At But, "Now, don't you worry a bit," Bays the hostess to the guest who has set IV 1 Pratts for cows and calves pre vents slinking, keeps both healthy and strong—the greatest animal regulator known—in use over thirty years original stock and poultry foods of America, Gives more milk and richer milk, more and better butter fattens animals quickly, and at less expense. Ask your dealer for 64-ptiic Hand book about Cows, Horses, Hogs and I Poultry. No. 1 Passenger up a plate of soup on his trousers. "But I—I"— He wriggled uneasily. "Don't feel put out over it at alL We made twice as much soup as wa would need anyway."—Chicago Wb one. Wasted Ho l)u(iella(. Ha (encouragingly)—I'm sura of one tfalng, my angel. You and I will never Quarrel as that couple are doing. •he (with decision)—Indeed we wont. If you ever speak to me as he did to fcer, I'll call the police.—New York Weekly. lothlax to Show. Young Eallow—You guaranteed that elixir you sold me to raise a beard and mustache In six weeks' time. Druggist—Yes Young Kallow—Yes, and I want to say it's a barefaced lie.—Philadelphia Pnss. 1 Pratt Food Co Philadelphia I & N W Time Table East Bound.' No. 2.45 p. No. 7.50 p. m. No. 10, Mall train 9.47 p. No.46. Way frelcht 12.15 pm. No. 12—Pnssenger 9:17 a.m. No 22. Carrol Local 6.38 p. m." West Bound. No. 21. Council Bluffs local 7.18 a. m. No. 1 7.04 a. m. No. 5 9 35 m. No. 3 1.07 0 m. No. 11 5 22 a. m. No. 9, Fast mall 0.34 a. m, No. 15, Fast mall 12.40 p. Boyer Valley No 46 Leave '. 6:05 a in No 42 2:50 am No 41 Arrive 2:40 No 45 5:50 Previous to the democratic national convention Parker kept right on pitch ing hay. Illinois Central R. R. Time Table —ISast Bound— No. 4 Omaha, St. Paul. Ulnneapo lis & Chicago Express, (jpally) 9. 45 A. M. No. 92 Co. Bluffs & Ft. Dodge Way Freight, (Daily except Sunday) 10.-35 A. M, No. 38 Co. Bluffs & Ft Dodge Local (Dally except Sunday) 5. 52 P. No. 3 Omaha, St. Paul, Minneapo lis & Chicago Limited (Dally) 9. 38 F. M, —West Bound— No. 1 Chicago, St. Paul & .Minn eapolis Limited, (Dally) 6.18 A. M. No. 31 Ft. Dodge & Co. Bluffs Local, (Dally except Sunday) .8. 33 A. M. No. 91 Local Way Freight, (Daily except Sunday) 1. 00 P. No. 3 Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul & Omaha Express, (Dally) M. 8. 33 P. M. Nos. 1 and Si stop only at Rockwell City, Wall Lake, Denison and Logan. No. 3 stops at Arion, Dow City, Dunlap, Woodbine and Logan. No. 4 stops only at-Wall Lake and Rockwel City. Noa. 1,2, 3, and 4 are daily Nos. 31, 93, 41 and 92 dally except Sunday. C. M. & St. Paul R. R. At Arion. West Bound These are only a few of the Bargains we have. Call and see us. Crawford County Reaf Estate Excfiange. E I MANAGER, E N IS O N I O W A •titt'"'* Early Risers The fejnt/v- pliia* I .8, 28 A, M. No. 3 Passenger 1. 58 P. No. 91 Freight M.. 8.15 A. M. East Bound' No. 4 Passenger 9.11 A. M," No. 6 Passenger 7.85 P.M. No. 94 Freight 4.07 P.M. No. 1 going west and no 6 going east are dailies. Nos. 3 and 91 going west and nos. 4 going east daily except Sunday. and 194 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-Rpom house with basement and two lots near college, $1500. Just the thing 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. I HI A-?o 4£V.