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C. &. N.W.R.R East Bound. No. 8 No. 6 No. 10. Mail train No. 46. Way freight No. 12—Passenger No 22. Oarrol Local 2.48 p. 7.50 p. 9.47 p. to. 12.15 tr. 10:07 a. 6.38 p. West Bound. No. 21. Council Bluffs local 7.06 a. m. No 1 6 60 a. m. No. 5 9 35 No. 3 1.07 m. «o. 11 5 22 a. 0. 9, Fast mall 6.34 a. lo. 15, Fast mall 12.40 p.m Bayer Valley lo 46 Leave lo 42 Jo 41 Arrive. .0 45 6:05 a n. 2:50 a XL 2:40 u, 5:50 DD Illinois Central R. R. Time Table —East Bound No. 4 Omaha, St. Paul. Minneapo lis & Chicago. Express, (Daily) 9.17 A. No. 92 Co. Bluffs & Ft. Dodge Way Freight, (Daily except Sunday) 10.35 A. No. 32 Co. Bluffs it Ft Dodge Local (Dally except Sunday) 5. 52 P. No. 2 Omaha, St. Paul. Minneapo lis & Chicago Limited (Daily) 9. 38 P. —West Bound— Wo. 1 Chicago, St. Paul & Minn eapolis Limited, (Daily) 6.18 A. No. 31 Ft. Dodge & Co. Bluffs Local, (Dally except Sunday) .8. 32 A. No. 91 Local Way Freight, (Daily except Sunday) 1. 00 P. M. No. 3 Chicago. Minneapolis. St. Paul & Omaha Express, (Dally) 8. 33 P. M. Nos. 1 and 2 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 Kockwe) City. Nos. 1,2, 3,' and 4 are d«ily Nos. 31, 32, 9' and 92 daily except Sunday. JPHYSICIFLLFS: R. P. PLIMPTON, JJ! HOMEOPATHIST PHYSICIAN! n] OFFICE IN RESIDENCE, BROADWAY. H.A. BOYLE', PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON! OFFICE AT RESIDENCE. LOCAL SURGEON I. C. R. R. W. T. WRIGHT. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, COUNTY PHYSICAN. OfHce in Schlumberger's Pharmacy. R^T~so)vcC's's~v~*~ PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON. LOCAL SURGEON C. 4 N. W. R. R. OFFICES IN LAUB BLOCK .' ^^^ENTSON^C^T^HO^^TAL^ MRS. LULU R. ELLITHORPE, PROP. I BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS. CORNER REASONABLE RATES PINE & BENEFIT sr. c. c.PHONE 166 S'e. W. CARR P. J. BRANNON PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS I OFFICE IN GULICK BLOCK I IOWA PHONE NO. 7. C. C. PHONE NO. 85*' J. J. MEEHAN, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, OFFICE AT KNAUL'S DRUQ STORE. C. O. PHONE: OFFICE 249. RES. 948. ©EIJTISTS: I J. C. ROBINSON, D. D. S. OFFICE OVER THE DENISON DRUQ CO. %'PECIAL ATTENTION TO BRIDGE AND PLATE WORK. I ^J^^^PHULBROOK^D^D^^^ WEDNESDAYS IN DUNLAP. OFFICES //V THE LAUB BLOCK. R. O. MCCONNAUGHY, D. D. S. OFFICE IN WARBASSE BLOCK. PHONE 259. MONDA V'S IN DOW CITY. ESTATE I aoa&xoooococnaoocoKaao E. GULICK. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Mgr. Crawford Oo. Real Estate ExchangeS QULICK BLOCK. FFL SON. J. B: JOHN 1 LANDS IN IOWA,,NEBRASKA. LI NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA. S OFFICE IN LAUB BLOCK. ROMANS BROS. CO., I REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS, -OFFICES IN— OENISON. CHARTER OAK AND ARMOUR FFI AND FAULKTON, S. DAKOTA. JP REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS. 1 1 J'J. I T. CAREY, MAYOR OF DENISON. S OFFICE OVER THE HUB CLOTHING STORE. W D. F. BROWN 6c SON, OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. LANDS FOR SALE IN IOWA. KANSAS, NEBRASKA. AND SOUTH DAKOTA. COLLECTIONS. MONEY TO LOAN CHAS. BULLOCK, IOWA AND NEBRASKA LANDS OVER LAMBORN DRUG STORE. FITTO#TF*EYS: L. M. SHAW SHAW ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. OFFICE WITH THE BANK OF DENISON. J. SIMS. C. F. KUEHNLE. SIMS & KUEHNLE, SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS GEO. A. RICHARDSON, RELIABLE INSURANCE, ETC. OFFICE IN LAUB BLOCK. BROADWAY1 I J.P. CONNER. P.E.C.LALLY CONNER & LALLY. OFFICES OVER CRAWFORD COUNTY BANK FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY. CHARLES TABOR. OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK. P. W. HARDING ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICES IN NEW QULICK BLOCK, OVER DENISON CLOTHING CO GENERAL LAW BUSIMES&. j§! R. SHAW VAN. OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. F. BLENN, GEN£R^TOEAUMN£SS- Office over lvelloy's new store. I J.H.WALKER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 5] jti REAL ESTATE ANO COLLECTIONS. 1 4^ I ORF,CC: 0VBR POST OFFICE. DeWiti's Salve For Piles, Burns* Sores* PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD. THURSDAY, APRIIj 13TH, 190O. In accordance with the adjourn ment the board of supervisors of Crawford county, Iowa, met in thfc auditor's office Thursday, April .13th, 1905. Members all present. Called to order at 9 a. m. i'1 ''1 Minutes of Friday, April 7th, 1905, were read and approved. On motion claims were allowed as follows: Gustav Erlckson petit juror March term S 8 70 A Vore petit juror March term 20 60 HE Beach'transcript in state case George Neddermever vs Crawford county 81 20 W Roehr petit juror March term 22 20 Bennett petit juror March term.. 18 60 Rtckie Bruits petit juror March term. 8 10 Malone petit juror March term 16 00 Daniel Wingrove petit juror March term 16 40 Copeland petit juror March term. 22 20 Bruce Bair talesman March term 4 30 John Quald petit juror March term. 7 80 James Armstrong talesman March term 4 10 John Mount petit juror March term.. 14 20 Bonsall petit juror March term... 22 00 Flahive talesman March term 4 10 Wm Miller petit juror March term ... 6 10 Chas Jensen petit juror March term.. 7 00 Consent highway petition No. 993 came up for hearing and on motion was established as a public highway by Crawford county paying the fol lowing damages: Morris and M. L. C. Mchenry ,1300.00 Cornelius Ode- A® Lawrence' fwo session's "board of \R *1K nn. finl aihann toft OR T. a fv, $125.00 Sol Gibson, $38.05 L. A. Vore, $126.10. Resolved by the board of supervis ors of Crawford county, Iowa, that since Shelby county board of super visors has appointed Washington Wyland, county surveyor, a com missioner to view and if necessary locate a road along the line of Shelby county and Crawford county, Ira B. Chase and others, petitioners, Morris McHenry is hereby appointed a com missioner for Crawford county and the time for the commencement of the view of same is set for April 19, 1905. On motion lease from Crawford county to Frank Michels of Arion, Iowa, for rent of poor farm was ap proved. Board adjourned at 12, noon, to meet at 1 p. m. Nelson drawing lease for county poor farm TOO I. Hoffman dray and express 40 Cole plowing and other work done on poor farm as per resolution of April 6th, 1905 260 00 John Cook car fare to Early for 3 paupers and bus hire 4 92 Thos Ahart conveying feeble minded to Glenwood 19 13 Ira Springer board and lodging for paupers, etc 50 75 Joseph Kepford board and lodging for paupers, etc 27 50 Cole transportation for paupers expenses for assistance 17 17 A A Conrad merchandise for poor farm 12 40 Arion Mercantile Company merchan dise for poor farm 22 77 W Wright salary for March 24 16 Mrs Josle Parmentier board for Char ley Wilson 3 00 Kellys' Shoe Store shoes for paupers.. 2 50 floffman expenses paid E Brain ard attending county teachers' meeting at Denison 2 26 Hoffman three addresses and ex penses of Seerely to attend county teachers' meeting at DenlsoA 35 00 Hoffman cash paid Warbasse for rent and hauling piano to Pres- -.1 byteriau cliurcli to Be used at coun ty teachers' meeting 5 oo Hoffman cash paid for cab fare... 75 V? O Koeppen repairing bridges In Morgan township 3 00 Joseph White talesman March term.. 4 10 W McAhren talesman March term.. 2 10 W Bovlan attendance in court 15 Edayand4 evening sessions March term 102 00 Board adjourned at 5 p. m. to meet Saturday, April 15, 1905, at 9 a. m. H. C. SCIIROEDER, EDW. THEOBALD, Chairman. Auditor. SATURDAY, APRIL 15th, 1905. In accordance with the adjournment the Board of Supervisors of Crowford County, Iowa, met in the Auditor's office Saturday, April 15th, 1905. Members all present. Called to order at 9 a. m. Minutes of Thursday, April 12, Jones, to estimate on poor farm building for the adjuster Rudolph Iiolls, Jr., talesman, March term William Ackeloein. petit juror, March term.. Simmerman, talesman. Maroh term August Moeller. bailiff and janitor work, March term Molter. committee work and mile age U11 Molter, sitting with board and mileage Thomas Aliart, committee work and mileage Thomas Meelian, board and lodging of prisoners during month of March Thomas Meelian. due on isalary for January, February and March Thomas Meelian, washing fer prison ers, scrubbing jail. etc.. January, February and March Thomas .-ehan. subpoena In Nedder meyer road case Si 311, advanced fees 8 IS 90 Thomas Meelian. summoning jury. Neddermeyer road case, January term.. Thomas Meehan. summoning jury, special venire. March term Harry Johnson, assessing town of ron and taking census, also com ing after books Maurice O'Connor, two sessions, board of review, town of Vail John Thomsen, two cessions, board of review, town of Vail Dugan, two sessions, board of re view, town of Vail Bryon O'Donnel). two sessions, board of review..town of Vail LL Hulce,. two sessions, board of re view.. John Hickey, two sessions, board of review, town of Vail Clinton Paine, two sessions, board of review, town ol Vail Dully, two sessions, board of re view, town of Vail Anderson, two sessions, board of review, town of Kiron W StraliQ, two sessions, board of re view town Of Klron GA Ncrelius, two sessions, board of review, town of Kirou ,JA AFTERNOON SESSION. -1 Board met at 1 p. m. and allowed claims as follows: v S Pfleeger assessing town of Schles wig and taking census $ 70 60 Wood assessing town of Vail and taking census 59 40 A Clauson assessing Stockholm township and taking census 149 00 Lawler assessing Jackson town ship and taking census 142 80 Harvey repairs on county bridges Denison township 30 95 A W Sage assessing East Boyer town ship and taking census 142 80 W Meyers publishing board proceed ings and treasurer's balance sheet.. 139 05 W Meyers job work for county 238 00 Denison Electric Light and Power Co electric light and repairs. 30 70 The Boys merchandise for county 3 10 The Balle-Brodersen Co merchandise for county 1 69 review, town of Kiron N Swanson. two sessions, board of review, town of Kiron A Sederberg, two sessions, board of review, town of Klron A Burrows, two sessions, board cf review, town of Klron James McCullougb. trustee meeting. 84 50 84 87 Milford township Houlihan, clerk, trustee meeting, Charter Oak township Ed Downey, clerk, four trustee meet ings. Jackson township Relmer Gljesmg, clerk, three trustee meetings, Hanover township Marion Cue, clerk, three trustee meet ings, Willow township Bryan O'Donnell, clerk, two trustee meetings. West Side township Bryan O'Donnell. making out yearly report 45 00 W White, elerk, two trustee meet ings, West Side township OS Dobler, clerk, two trustee meet ings, West Side township 2 20 6 00 Union township Ed Butts four trustee meetings Union township W Wright Professional atten tion quarantine case of Wescott family Milford township Thos Meehan conveying Ed Stradlev to hospital at Mount Pleasant AD Randall merchandise furnished Houchtn quarantine family Jungerman merchandise furnished Houchtn quarantine family The Boys merchandise furnished were read and approved. On motion claims were allowed as lows: N Hanson. Petit Juror, March term.J KH Kuhl, petit juror, March term.... CbarleB Gossweiler. petit juror, March term John Hansen, petit juror, March term. 12 80 Fred Precht, petit juror, March term, Houchin quarintlne family Grill coal furnished quarantine family Houchin W Wright medloat attention furnished Houchin quarantine family Green Bay Lumber Oo coal fnrnlshed Houchin quarantine family A Sleeper milk furnished Houchin quarantine family A Meyers to carry water for Houchin quarantine family Phil A Schlumberger medicine furnished Houehin quarantine family .' W Laub livery to return Mike Kinney to quarantine adjourned at Board m. Board met atipm and as follows'. The Balle Brodersen Oo merchandise for poor farm, Joe Miller, Anderton fol- 25 40 15 10 25 20 w'14 Dieter, petit juror. March term.... S Gable, petit juror, Marcs term Charles Dugan, petit juror, March term Schroeder, sitting with board and mileage John Cook, committee work and mile age John cCook, sitting with board aud mileage 10 26 40 10 10 23 80 9l! Thomas Ahart, sitting with board and mileage II 00 W Maynord, committee work and mileage 17 60 W Maynard, sitting with board and mileage 10 00 HO Sohroodcr, committee work aud mileage 00 2 00 Lawrence, 'W01 sessions, ooara or Martinis, clerk, twc trustee meet ings, WebtSide township W Welsh Company, supplies for county superintendent 2 00 3 60 2 50 159 50 8 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 10 06 58 38 4 20 50 18 37 4 25 46 Mrs George aud Mrs Dave Mnhoney 73 22 Phil A Schlumberger bulanc° due on medicine furnished Lungren ... B00 Cole one day board of paupers on the farm 4 90 W Wright spinal brace for Mrs Mel ton 25 00 W Wright truss furnished Mrs An derson poor person 2 00 John S Miller repairing bridges Schroeder district .. 14 00 Aug Eickmeier. repairing bridges Molters district 8 50 Bryon O'Donnell spikes 1 50 Ed Ahart planking river bridge 4 00 Herman Grill lumber Cooks district.. 74 90 Herman Grill material for bridge 82 ft steel West Side Township 1011 10 Herman Grill material for bridge 82 ft steel West. Side towushlp 1005 75 Thos Meehan board and lodging of Baliss insane patient VT 50 man to care for same 15 days J1500 total 22 50 Claus Pahl, fees for Insane commis sioners and witnesses 97 65 On motion official bond of 1 00 10 10 On motion 14 'Henry Pruehs, petit juror, March term Koenekamp. talesman, March term, 14 40 4 10 10 10 54 00 20 15 a 25 Redemption and abstract fees the sum of $97.00 and deposited the same with the county treasurer as shown by receipt at tached. OD 20 20 March term ... 2160 Tlior?as Meehan, commitments and discharges, January. $32.23, Febru ary. S13.SU, March, &S).ftU 66 35 Thomas Meehan, serving subpoenas in 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 6 00 6 00 4 00 2 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 28 35 E Nicewonger, $5 00, W Kolis, $1.00, Dr W Norman, J6.10, John Law rence, $7.00, for attendance, medical1'" services, etc., furnished quarantineVo families or IS Butterworth, aud Mrs 1 Scott Maurice O'Conner, mayor, transcript case, State vs Henry Martin a ta Wm Woods Iowa Telephone Company, toll line service $10.90, rentals four phones, February, March and April. $12.00... Jno Hoffman, mayor, transcript casv State vs Wm Henrlcksen Crawford Countv Telephone Company toll line service $1.80. rental of phones for February, Mj^rch aud April 115.00 Arion Telephone Company, toll line service. Dan Copps. repairing bridge, Schroe der's district Telegraph Herald, supplies for county JF Wiley, clerk, four trustee meet ings, Union township Sol Gibson, clerk, foua trustee meet ings, Union township James Walters, four trustee meetings 19 00 17 22 22 90 5 45 19 80 EDW |THEOBALD, County Auditor. motion report was accepted. Clerk of the District Court Report Of fees collected during January Febru ary and vlarch 1905 the sum of 1905 54 50 On mo.ion report was accepted On motion school loan No 2 00 2 00 00 $4.54 2 00 2 00 $2.50 2 00 2 00 2 00 A Petersen, two sessions, board of re- Attest: H.W. FADT, 'K City Clerk, 1 00 9 10 1 50 12 noon to meet ^t I ,v AFTERNOON SESSION. allowed claims T. ]. A Dolk was appointed constable of Otter Creek township, Resolved by the board of supervisors of Crawford county, Iowa that the county auditor be instructed to issue warrant for the expense incurred in disposing of the child now kept by Mr. and Mrs. Bendixen On motion the following claims were rejected: O. W. Wheeler $4.70 Peter Peters 30 00 Scott county $8 36 Insane commissioners $24.00 £1 King $1.00. On motion the following claims were laid over to June session. Hoffman $10 65 Bielenberg $3.50 17 60 $IS 03 & Insane commissioners On motion quarterly report 9 70 23 40 00 Son $11.35 WM George Durant 822 taxes for the year 1904 to L). H, Meyers :n lots S and be made to N- llie Cook of taxes for the year 1904 of lot on north 10 blk 84 2 00 2 00 100 1 H. W, FAUL, Cltv Clerk. Published in the Denison Bulletin and Den ison Review April 26, May 3.10 and 17, 1905 Proposed Resolution of Necessity. BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of Denison, Iowa, that it is deemed advisable and necessary to make improvements by lay Ing a sewer of elght-inch vitrified sewer pipe, to be laid in accordance with specifications furnished by the City Engineer and approved by the City Council of Denison, Iowa, upon the following named streets and parts of streets, to wit: Commencing at the center of Dyer Street'on Broadway and running west on Broadway.to the center of Anthony Street. All expense of making ^sald improvements to be chargedjto the property abutting there on, In accordance with the law governing the same. And the contractor who shall make said improvements snail keep the same In repair for one year from the date of Its ac ceptance by the City. Be It further resolved, That the City Coun cil will meet on the 5th day of June at eight o'clock p. m., 1905, at the Olty Hall, for the purpose 01 14 00 6 85 considering objections to said proposed resolution and the passage of this resolution be published as provided by law, Pasted April 24th, 1905, Approved J. T. CAREY, Mayor. Published in the Denison Bulletin and Denison Review April 26, May 3, 10, and 17 1805. 1 Proposed Resolution of Necessity. BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of Denison, Iowa, that it is deemed advisable and necessary to make improvements by lay ing a sewer of eight inch vitrified sewer pipe, to be laid in accordance with specifications furnished by the City Engineer and approved by the Olty Council of Denison, Iowa, upon the following numed streets and parts of streets, to wit: Commencing at the intersec Hon of Tremont 8treet and Locust Street and running south on Locust Street to Railroad Avenue, and thenco west on Railroad Avenue to Maia Street. Also commencing at the in tersectlon of Sweet Street and Chestnut Street and running east on Chestnut Street to the Intersection of Chestnut Street and Locust Street. All expense of making said improvements to be charged to the property thereon, in ac cordancn with the law governing the same, and the contractor who shall make said im provements shall keep the same In repair for one year from date of its acceptance by the Olty Be it further resolved. That the City Coun cil will meet on the 5th day of June at eight o'olock p. m. 1905, at the City Hall for the purpose of considering objections to said pro posed.resolution and that notice of .id pro posed and the passage of this resolution be published as provided by law. In the New $4.00 The W. P. Joyce Co $6.00 Thos. Meehan $13.20 Ida county $137.40 E E Springer of Thos Meehan for quarter ending March 31 1905 was approved County Auditor's Report. Of fees collected during January Feb ruary and March 1905 as Deeds, Bonds, A 5#: J. T. CAREY, Mayor. Attest H. W. FAUL, City Clerk. *, Phillips was approved, On motion official bond of Cora Kuh was approved. 1 Published in The Denison Bulletin aud Denison Review April 36, May 3,10 and 17th 1905. I Wish To Say To my patrons and friends that they will always find a full line of Watches and I E W E Store Are you interested in $488 00 and deposited the same with the county treasurer as shown by receipt attached. CLAUS PAUL. Clerk. On motion report was accepted. County Recorder's Report. I the unde.-signed do hereby certify and report that duriug the quarter year ending Apri: 1st I collected as fees for re cording instruments of record the aggre gate sum cf $711,95. 2 00 M. HOULIHAN, Jr. County Recorder. be made 9, block be made to T. P. Farrington of taxes for the year 1904 tion 9 2 00 taxes for the year on 1 acre lot. sec Paradise township on account of being a poor person. Ordered by the board that a remittance of 16.00 be made to Peter Sanders of 1904 14 block on lots 12 125 13 I was approved. Ordered by the board that a remittance of 4 West Side on account of being an old soldier Ordered by the board that a remittance of and Denison on account of being unable to contribute to public revenue Ordered by the board that a remittance of $3o feet cn account of building be ing burned. Ordered by the board that a remittance of $16 12 be made to Mrs, Anna Staley of taxes for the year J904 on lot lots 1 and 1 12 blk 82 block and 16 Monday May 1st 8 00 north on account of being a poor person. Board adjourned (at 5 p, to meet I905 at 10. a m. H. SCHROEDER, EDW, THEOBALD, Chairman. Auditor. Proposed Resolution of Necessity BE IT RESOLVED By the City Council of Denison, Iowa, that it- is deemed advisable and necessary to make Improvements by lay ing a sewer of ght-inch vitrified sewer pipe, to be laid in accordance with specifications furnished by the City Engineer and approved by the'City Council of Denison, Iowa, upon the following streets and parts of streets, to wit: Commencing at the intersection of Tre mont Street and Sweet ^Street and running north on Sweet Street to the center of Church Street tlience east on Church Street to the center of Pine Street All expense of making sa:d improvements to be charged to the property abutting there on, In accordance with tne law governing the same. And the contractor who shall make said Improvements shallkeep the same in re air for one year from the date of Its uccept ance by the City. Be it further resolved. That the City Coun cil will meet on the 5th dav of June at. eight o'clock p. m„ 1905, at the City Hall for the purpose of considering objections tosaid pro po- ed resolution and that notice of said pro posed resolution and the passage of this res olution be published as provided by law. Passed April 24. 1905. Approved fKH j. T. CAREY. St* /jt :v Mayor. Attest: MM on Broadway, It is needless to say that ray prices are as low as the lowest All repairing guaranteed to give satisfaction. %V K. Staiuingcr & The Best Security for Depositors GOOD FARM LANDS ftM'. Do you wish to make a home or investment, if so we have them for sale in the famous .James River Valley, INoi-tli Dako ta, where their crops of wheat and all kinds of small grain and veg etables are immense and also a splendid stock country. We have some extra good bargains in those lands at present. We also have lands in the wonderful fertile Milestone Strip in Southeastern Assinaboia, Canada, where good land is cheap and where they raise the best wheat and all kinds of small grain of anv country in the world Before buying come and see us. you a full description of these countries. We have pamphlets fullv describing the country which we can give you. You can find us in our office in the machine shop near the mill. Remembe" we run our ma chine shop and can do you the best work of any, Green Bay Lumber Co.,: We handle Atlas Portland Cement, Prices. the Old Reliable. our 'Phone 82. Denison, Iowa MY" WORK SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. JOHN FASTJE, CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS URMB, ETC. ETC. PRICES ON APPLICATION AND WORK GUARANTEED. L, M.SHAW, PRES. C. F. iKUEHNLE, V-PRES. C. L. VOSS BANK OF DENISON. General Bankiug Business Conducted. Exchange Bought and Sold. Long'and Short Time Loans at Lowest Rates SRSlPt Interest Paid ot) SsS We can give ..00 We also make Township Piledrivers. Come and see us at the old stand and get your repair work done. in this country. E O S Hp Tlnye deposits. Accounts of all Branches-of Business Conducted Personal attention given to investments for local patrons. ducted in English or German. SIMS A KUEHNLE. LAWYERS. Real Estate Loans at Lowest Sates, HERE E have on hand a nice lot of Fence Posts and 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 E E O Capital $100,000. Deposits $450,000- Crawford County State Bank, "~%~,~,vxx3000000c0000cxxx3000000000000000f~,~v%~ I DENISON, I, IOWA. This Bank is incorporated nnder the laws of the State of Iowa. This gives the best security to all depositors, not only to the amonnt of stock, but the per sonal property of each share holder is holden to the amount of his share to any '398 to the bank. Incorporated banks are under the control of the State Auditor, "tio can at any time examine the business, and according to his investigation S' tne published statements are made. Depositors in an incorporated bank have more security than the confidence imposed in the offices. They have the best se ourity, because the capital stock can not be used at pleasure for outside specula cion and investment. The Crawford County State Bank is the best incorporated it banking institution in the county. A general banking business done. Passage Tickts Sold. Insurance Written. Lotns Negotia d. L. CORNWELL, GEO, NAEVE, M. E. JONES, C. J. KEMMhlG President. V-Pres. -Mi Cashier. Ass't Cash.or. Directors.—L Cornwell, Geo Naeve, Schwartz, Chas Tabor PCoiir. READ EVERY PAGE THE STANDARD PENS EVEBYWHERE. Works, Camden, N. I. -i rw J" y* 'v' & -Vi-' I CASH. 3 4 Business Con- mmmwm Farm Loans at Five Per Cent Interest I '•4: JJ r: STEEL PENS I fid 3tvln« Fina ESTERBBOOK STEEL PEN CO.^'V^j^'^stl:0^^. Medium and 13U OiyiBS Broad Points. JU '4^1 *Sf!