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C. &. N. IV. R. East Bound. No. 8 ... 2.45 p. No. 6 7.50 p. No. 10, Mail train 9.17 p. No.46. Way freight ..12.15 n'. No. 13—Passenger 10:07 a. No. 22. Oarrol Local 6.52 p. West Bound. No. 21. Council Bluffs local 7.14 a. m. No 1 8 50 a. m. No. 5 935 Vo. 3 1.07 i) m. o. 11 5 22 a. m. io. 9, Fast mall 6.34 a.m. Jo. 15, Fast mail 12.40 p.m Boyer Valley sjf To 46 Leave .6:05 a fo 43 •1 2:45 a Ki io 41 Arrive 3:40 So 4a 5:50 NOR. 1,2, 3, and 4 IL Illinois Central R. R. Time Table —Eaist 1 ?o iid— No. 4 Omaha, St. Paul. Minneapo lis & Chicago. Express, (Dally) 9.17 A. No. 92 Co. Bluffs & Ft. Bod Re Way Freight, (JDutiy except, Sunday) 10.35 A. No. 33 Oo. U!u£ts & Ft Dod^e Local (Daily excopt Sunday) 5. 52 P. No. 2 Omaha, St. Paul, Minneapo lis & Chicago Limited (Daily) 9. 38 P. 11 —West Bouiid— Wo. 1 Chicago, St. Paul & Minn eapolis Limited, (Daily) 6.18 A. No. 31 Ft. Dodge & Co. Bluffs Local, (Daily except Sunday) .8. 32 A. M. No. 91 Local Way Freight, (Daily except Sunday) 1. 00 P. No. 3 Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul & Omaha Express, (Daily) 8. 33 P. Nos. 1 and 3 stop only at Rockwell Olty Wall Lake, Denisoa and Logan. No. 3 stops at Arion, Dow City, Dunlap. Woodbine and Logan. No. 4 stops only at Wall Lake and Rockwel City. are dally Nos. 31,32,9! and 93 dally except Sunday. eaeesoaaaBseeeesaaaa Dliciiircc nmrnmnu one car of cattle and one car of hogp, uUull*tww UlnbUIUnY* at satisfactory figures. M*s M. Brown from Zion Citv, III PHYSICI^S: OOOOOCOCOCCOCOCCCCCCOQC R. P. PLIMPTON, HOMEOPATH!ST PHYSICIAN. OFFICE IN RESIDENCE, BROADWAY. H.A. BOYLE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE. LOCAL SURGEON I. C. R. R. Si W. T. WRIGHT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON COUNTY PHYSICAN. 1 OFFICE IN SCHLUMBERGER'S PHARMACY. L. L. BOND, SV-V" PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. I LOCAL SURGEON C. & N. W. R. /T OFFICES IN LAUB BLOCK. DENISON CITY HOSPITAL. MRS. LULU R. EU(.ITHORPE, PROP. BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS. REASONABLE RATES CORNER PINE & BENEFIT SR. C. C. PHONE 166 C. W. CARR P. J. BRANNON PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. OFFICE IN QULICK BLOCK I IOWA PHONE NO. 7. C. C. PHONE NO. 65. J. J. MEEHAN, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, OFFICE AT KNAUL'S DRUQ STORE. C. C. PHONE: OFFICE 94$. RES. S49. Ill5 ©EIJTISTSJ J. C. ROBINSON, D. D. S. OFFICE OVER THE DENISON DRUQ CO. jj) SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BRIDQE AND PLATE WORK. "~^Tn°H/LB^ooKr3r^rx~ WEDNESDAYS IN DUNLAP. OFFICES IN THE LAUB BLOCK. R. O. MCCONN AUGHY, D. D. S. 1 OFFICE IN WARBASSE BLOCK. I PHONE 259. 1 MONDAY'S IN DOW CITY, (JJ ESTATE £. GULICK. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. MGR. CRAWFORD OO. REAL ESTATE EXCHANG&TS OFFICE IN QULICK BLOCK. J^TJOHNSO??. I LANDS IN IOWA, NEBRASKA NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA. S OFFICE IN LAUB BLOCK, IL ^ROMAN^BROSTCO^T I REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS. SI -OFFICES IN- S DENISON. CHARTER OAK AND ARMOUR S) AND FAULKTON, S. DAKOTA. REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS. Mi J. T. CAREY. I ftSS MAYOR OF DENISON. 9 OFFICE OVER THE HUB CLOTHING STORE. I D. F. OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. LANDS FOR SALE IN IOWA. KANSAS, NEBRASKA. AND SOUTH DAKOTA. COLLECTIONS. MONEY TO LOAft CHAS. BULLOCK jj IOWA AND NEBRASKA LANDS OVER LAMBORN DRUG STORE. ^TTO^EYS: L. M. SHAW J. SIMS. C. F. KUEHNLE. SHAW, SIMS & KUEHNLE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS. OFFICE WITH THE BANK OF DENISON. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS GEO. A. RICHARDSON, RELIABLE INSURANCE, ETC. OFFICE IN LAUB BLOCK. BROADWAY. 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 CLOTHINQCO GENERAL LAW BUSIMESS. R..SHAW VAN. I f§i OFFICE ON MAIN STREET, F. GLENN, GENERAL^AWJ^SINESS. Office over Kolley's uew store. J. H. WALKER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. HI LdasaaaeaasBseeadaesBaaj REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS. OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE. FX .• Kiroi? Mr. and Mrs. T. Royter of Odebolt were Kiron visitors on Eriday. Mrs. Mary Reynolds from Arion is a guest at the Snyder home this week. August Lundbergr of Odebolt spent Monday afternoon in Kiron and local ity. Esther Bioom our efficient "heilo eirl" took the noon train for Denison on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rob't Richmond of Deloit visited at the home of O. Gard ner on Saturday last. A McCQrkindale and Dave Satchel both of Odebolt were business callers in our town on Wednesday last. Mr and Mrs. Auenst Linquist and daughter Anna of Ida County spent Friday afternoon trading in Kiron. C. M. Johnson of Dsloit spent Tues day last in Kiron purchasing- gonds and attending to other items of business. Mr. Herman Osrren returned to Wall Like on Wednesday iifterncnn after a couple weeks stay at his parental home south of town. Alf Halberg of Deloit spent Wednes day in and around Kiron advertising a special sale of merchandise he expects to have in his town. Miss Bertha Sachau of Denison spendinc several davs visitine at the home of her friends Mr. and Mrs. Johnson north of Kiron. G. A. Norelius had the misfortune to lose his valuable cow last wf»ek. Alfred Clauson reports the loss of one of the best cows in his herd. John P. Oeren returned on Wednes day from Chicago where he marketed Is v'slting this week at the borne of .T. A. Snyder, she being a sister of M"«. Snvder. She resides at Dowie's cltv and relates many interesting events wjjlch have taken place there. John FTcpkinson of Chicago travel in? «eent for the Swedish Tribune nnblished at Chicago spent several rluvs in and around Kiron collective «ubscrintion money and securing new subscribers. Mies LI 1 lie Larson was one of 'uckv winners in the L'ndholms Furn' •nre Comnanv of Sioux Citv word enn Shf received a fiftv dollar oerH fi^ate and free transportation to Sioux Citv and return. Mr. EHck Larson a former Kiron hnr n~w rea'dinir at, Des Moines Is »bp ^annv ,-dad" nf a oair of twin hov» ^"rn last, week Mother and children -oHine' alon«r nicely and of coursp E*ick steps high. At t,h» pleasant and beautiful hom® 'f Dr F. A Burrows and wiff were pnt.ort.ained on Sundav last., M\ and r». Al Hanson and dano-Vitpr. the M'Qses Lavinia Moriis nnd G. Sppor from Odeholt, and Mr. W. J. and Mis* Ai'oe Sandherg. R. T. Cochran of l~»eniaon spent a cniinle of' davs in Kiron last, WP«1T oolinit.iner insurance, also Samne' M" Ciillnu^h from the same town w*a here the fore oarf. of the week assfat 'npf the H«rvoat.pr Po's local agent n* •b's pisee, V. E. Michaelson. E. E ClauBon received his commis sion on Monday last as nostmaster of Kiron to succped S. N. Sandstorm who resigned. M»\ Sandstorm hss bpen postmaster at Kiron for neaHv eiorht vears durintr this entire tinrrn office has been in charge of E. E. Clauson. Early Sundav mornine a partv com posed of Nels Johnson Albert Hansor, •T. A. Sayder, Jos. Menpis and Art Benson started overland for Blue Lake near Onawa to spend several days fishing. We guarantee that some of the most wonderfully exciting fish stories will be related upon their return. Advertising circulars and other mailable matter on which postage has not been prepaid are being placed in rural letter boxes, intended for persons who receive mail through such boxes. This is against the department's rule and the carriers are instructed to take same to postoffioe to be held for postage. Mrs. G. Carlson one of the local ities most successful poultry raisers has over four hundred chicks hatched and expects to reach the number of six hundred. She has sold a number of fine birds tbis sprinz beside re ceiving a number of orders of eggs. I is quite a treat to see all the feathers moving about and around the yard. The pillow sale festival held at the hall on Friday evening by the Young People's society was attended by a large number and the affair was a most complete success. Auctioneer Teaquist from Odebolt conducted the sale of the pillows and got good prices, Refreshments were served at the close Nearly fifty dollars were the receipts for the evening. Aron Sedarberg went to Lake View Saturday and together with H. H. Lindsay of that place enjoyed several hours fishing in he lake. Aron says they caught somewhere around a hundred. John Thunstrum and Charley Lind also spent Sunday at the Lake. Thev have not dared to come out with any fish stories as they know the capacity of the crowd that went to Blue Lake who will return on Tuesday with some of the biggest fish (stories) of the season. Editors and others have advocated, urged and argued about patronizing home dealers and in so doing keeping up local interests and institutions. But how about dealers who when in need of goods hauled by brother dealers, send away for same. Are they not setting an example for others to do to him what he'does to others. Such dealers deserve a cold shoulder in their un principled methods and if the cobwebs would cover the doors of their store? and their goods mould on the shelf it would be a just reward. Arrangements for the large mid summer excursion from Kiron to Lake Manawa near Council Bluffs. Mid summer day have been completed bv the committee in charge ami the ex' cursion promises to excel any ever heldfromthis place. The train ride from Kirob to Council Bluffs is a pleas, ant and enjoyable one and upon ar rival at the depot at Council Bluffs, the street cars .will be waiting to con vey the entire party to the Park and Lake wherea pleasant day can bespen*. The round trip is $1.90 for adults and for children between the age of five and twelve only ninty-five cents. Born to C. C. Walters, our druggist, and wife on Sunday evening a cracker ick of a bouncing boy and the happy couple are joyful over their first born. Mrs. Walters and boy are doing nicely and Court is sufc and will pull through by able assistance of friends. Besides the help and advice of those who have "been there" given him, we would kindly ask a few of our fathers to call and instruct him about paregoric, also how to keep step in wulking the floor to the youngsters tune. When ye scribe gets a few spare moments we shall run over and show him how to manipulate the baby carriage and high chair. Ells Cose was a Deloit visitor Mis. Chas Wednesday. Frank Pithan of Charter Oak, visited over Sunday with his son, John. Miss Kate Curry was a Denison caller Saturday. Mr Fred Caldwell and Miss Sylvia Evans of Denison, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Howard. Mr Gust Carlson of Kiron, visited friends in this city Sunday. Sci?lesulig The Schleswig Telephone company has juBt received another car of poles Dr. Fue^ter had the misfortune to fa 1 down the stops in his cyclone cellar and broke two ribs. August Rickert spent last week in Omaha buying goods returning on Thursday. The base ball boy9 received their Lew uniforms on Monday. They will play Deloit next Sunday. Emil Kruger and wife returned from Vaii Monday. Jurgen Schroeder has a new plate glass placed in the window of his store. Deloit cros82d bats with Schleswig on Sunday on the home ground the score being 18 to 1 in favor of Schies wig. Ddloit made their one score in the 8th inning. The infant boy of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Schmadke died on Sunday morning. Ernest Boock returned from Wyom ing being called home ,on account, of his mothers illness, The city water plant is in rnnhing order again and we hope it mfcy con tinue. Mrs. Dixon cf St. Louis is making an extended visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Eifert. Jurgen Spahn expects to leave Sun day for Germany where he will visit a brother and sister. Joe L&udenberger had the misfor tune to fall and injure his knee cap, as the result Joe is using crutches. The Misses Griggs and Soehl spent Saturday and Sunday in Rickatts visit ing friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. Jeske are the proud parents of a baby girl born on Satur day. ,, ,,. TUKNING THE TABLES. A correspondent has unearthed an amusine parallel tq the present complaint that motors area danger on the highway. In the English Globe of 1807 there is a similar complaint that "Carts'" in South Devonshire ''have of late become so com mon as to cause much inconvenience to drivers of carriages," and ending with a wail worthy of the motorphone of today "This practice of riding in carts even with reins cannot be too severely reprobated.'' Of course, the man in charge of such vulgar vehicle as a wagon should walk by the side of his horses' head. "It is the duty," goes on the complain ant, "of every master to caution his ser vants against it (i. e.. riding in his wag on), as well as to apprise them that by act of parliament they are liable to a penalty of ten shillings. Much to his honor public-spirited magistrate of South Hants has enforced in frequent instances this salutary law." How delightfully simple! What would be said of a motorist who complained that the slow-going carriage was so common as to cause much inconvenience" and desire a law under penality to make the liveried d' iver of a carriage get down and walk beside the horses head? Yet that is ex actly what the carriage made the owner of the plebeian wagon do.—Motor, May 1905. (jOOD News About a Drug Store. LAMBCRN DRUG CO. NEW FIRM IN XX OLD STORE IT is probably quite generally known that we have purchased the drug store first door north of postoffice. We have gone through the entire stock and put everything in first-class condition. Some of the drugs most frequently prescribed and employed we have completed the stock of, so that practically any prescript ion written by any doctor can be filled here as written, without delay, aud by full regi-teied, competent prescription clerks. We have added ^uite a good deal of new stock, fine toilet goods--stationery—a nice line of bulk and box candies, and general sundries. It is my aim to make this drug store thoroughly up-to-date in every par ticular—such a drug store as will be a real convenience to the people of Denison We want your trade, but we want you to be perfectly satisfied with trading here and we feel confident that if you will give us an opportunity to demonstrate our facili ties for pleasing you, you will be convinced We shall dispense only the purest drugs that the market affords. Any purchase made here is guaranteed to be exactly as represented or money refunded. We do not want any dissatisfied customers. We believe we can build up a business right here in Denison on the motto: "Money back if not satisfied." 21st IOWA REUNION. The eleventh biennial reunion of the .31st Iowa Veteran Association will be held at the city hall at Manchester, Iowa, on June 13th und 14th. A fine program has been arranged and spec ial rates wili be given on the Illinois Central. Captain jr. F. Merry is president of the (.sjociation, and that fact alone as sures the veterans a royal time. The following is the pr gram: Assignment to vlacls of entestainment Greeting aud visiting. Iowa, W. A. Morse Post, No. 19U, G. A. K., and the Manchester W. R. C., together with their families, at the residence of Comrade Merry, corner of Franklin and Union streets, four blocks north of City Hall. Iffgf WEDNESDAY FORENOON, Rev Philip Garrlttan corn at se cor swswh 1 Denison 40 rds w24rdss 40 rds 24 rds to beg a ip 9:30 JiS •M •"Mm is TUESDAY FOBENOON, JUNE 13th. Informal meeting at City Hall, Register :md obtain badges. 1: :&'Q- IIKW TUESDAY AFTERNOON", 2:00 O'CLOCK. Song "America.' Prayer Rev. H. W. Tuttle. Song, Company D's "Glory Song." Address of welcome ou belialf of the city, Mayor L, Matthews. Address of weleome ou behalf of W. A. Morse Past Dept. Com. R. W. Tirrill Address of welcome on behalf of the sur vivors of the 21st Iowa residing in Pel aware Co. Comrade J. V. Merry hong "Marching Through Georgi a' Responses by Compades M. W. narnv.n, W. 'Ari-lier, G. Coo'ey. Geo. M. Parker. Capt. Goo. W. Childs, 11. A. Dyer, Dr. W. :L. Orr, i). A. Haggard and others. Appointment of committees aud an-pvSg nouiicements. IfflS TUESDAY EVENING, 7:30 O'CLOCK. Camp Fire. Song, Prayer. Male Quartette Some Patriotic Expressions," Comrade Chas. Harris Some Wholesome Truths," -Rev. J. E. Wagner •Some Army Fibs,"...Comrade Jno. W. Stahl 'Some ood Advice," Dr. W. L. Orr Informal reception for members of the 21st O'CLOCK. 1 Assemble at uity Hall entrance. Short parade, In which all veterans of the CIVIL WAR ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE. REPORT OR COMMITTEES. SFJSG ELECTION OF OFFICERS PLACE OF NEXT MEETING. REMINISCENCE HOUR, LED BY COMRADE C. F. KELLOGG. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. GOOD-BYES. HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Tuesday, May 16, 1905. Geo Sclforil Sr., aud wife to AH Kuhl- -'-hiw man l_ts 7-8-9, bit 4 Rlcltetts 1950 00 AH Kuhlmau and wife to Timm and son lots 7-8 9, blk 4 Rlcke'.ts... 2000 00 Lorrain Hulburt and wife to Thoo Kulil lot 12 blk 13 Manilla Caroline Buck, widow, to Bock love and alf 50 ft of lot 3 blk 10 Manilla Wm Arud, trustee lu bankruptcy es tate to Jas Kiddle lot 1 blk 2(5 Park add Dow Olty 75 00 1 00 88 80 E Booth and wife to Jas Kiddle lot 1 blk SB Park add Dow City Wednesday, May 17, 1905. FP Harvey unmr, 10 Jas II Houchin lots and 10. blk 2t Denison 120 00 Jas ilouclii,. and wife to Ben] Sm th lots 9and 10 blk 2t Denison ... Denison Catholic Cemetery Ass to Rt. 100 00 335 00 1 00 Thursday, May 18, 1905. Robt Beutai and wife to Weloh lots 1-2 3-4 aud n',.. of lot 5 blk 3 First ad:i Buck orove 240 00 Friday, May 19. 1905. Hook Prgnels and wife to Wm Hook w(4 nwx 10 Nishuabotny 2500 00 Wm Arnd trustee in estate of 9 Green Bankrupt to Crawford Co State Bank lots S-U-10. blk I Dow City UP Uamilton unmr 10 A Kigsbv lots 1 and 2 blk 23 Dow city First add 125 00 Maturday. May 20, lOt'5. John Witt .Tr to Huttle Witt love aud and aff loi 1 blk 149 nentson 1 00 Ludwlg Relmer and wife to AH Kuhl man lot 9 blk 5 Kieketts 550 00 Very Low Kates to Toronto, Out., Via the Northwestern Line. Excursion tickets will be sold on June 18. 19, 21 and 28. with favorable return limits, on account of Triennial Convention, International Sunday School Association. Apply to agents Chicago & Morthwes'.ern R'y. June 6-7-8 and 9th the Illinois Central K. will se.l round trip tickets to Council Bluffs at 2:45 limited to June lith for return. May 31 to June 2nd thn will sell rojnd trip tickets to Omaha at one and one third fare account Fri.ternal Carni val. Beautiful Lake Yiew is an ideal summer resort. Good h,:nttng and Ashing. The Northwestern Line will sell ex cursion tickets to Lake View at £1.20 for the round trip from Denison applying Fridavs and Saturdays, tickets limited to return on or before the following Monday. Other low rate round trip tickets good for 30 days. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern K'y. Watch Right? If your watch shows any ir regularity or gives other evi dence that something is wrong with it, Better have it Examined by a competent watchmakcr. You won't lind any more skilled or experienced anywhere than right here. We clean and re pair all sorts of watches thor oughly and qu:ckly and guaran tee all our work as well as our .prices to be right. If your watch chain is begin ning to show signs of -ar, or if you'd l:ke a uew chain for any reason, we are prepared to sup ply you with the best gold-filled one made, at a moderate price. We carry the SIMMONS make of WATCH CHAINS the best known and most strongly guaranteed chains ever sold. J.L. WARBASSE 4 doors north of Post Office, Denison, Iowa. The Best Security 1 00 Kate Hook Haley. Jus Hook unmr Pat Uook and wife. Wm Hook single MoDormotl and wife, Geo Mc Dermott single. Kato McDermott siugle to Wm Hook wV4 nwii 111 Nlsh nabpiny 2500 00 Alice and James Norkett to Wm Hook w^a nwk lu Nishnabotny 2500 00 0 Illinois Central R. 1 0 on a Iowa Firemen's State Ass'n =C0UNC1L BLUFFS, IOWA JUNE 3, 7, 8 AIND.9jj Original and spectacular program, including automobile races against time by the world-famous Barney Oldfield.i" REDUCED RAILROAD RATES W O O JOHN FASTJE IB CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS. Store Shelving, Office Fixtures, Etc. Prices ot? flpplicatior Work GUafanteed L. M.SHAW, PRES F. KUEHNLE, V-PRES C. L. VOSS CA8H. SfiSSL BAM OF DENISON. "a J-" Long and Short Time Loans at Lowest Rates. Interest paid on Time Deposits fICCOUrjTS OF BLL fiftPHCHES OF BUSINESS COlfDUCTEO Personal attention given to investments for local patrons. Business Conduct ed in English or German. K. SHAW, SIMS A KUEHNLE. LAWYERS Real Estate Loans at Lowest Rates W. A McHENKY, Pres. SEARS McHENRT, Cash. FIRST NATIONAL BANI, DENISON, IOWA Capital and Surplus, $125,000 Deposits, $518,675,16 Loans, $534,751.34 With our thirty years of experience in the banking business and our largb capital and constantly increasing deposits we are able to take care of our customers at the lowest rates, Deposits received subject to be drawn at sight. Time certificates issued drawing 3 per cent, for six and four per cent, for twelve months. We make a specialty of loaning money on cattle to be fed for market as well as individuals. Also make first mortgage loans on im proved farms at current rates. We sell lands, town lots, furnish abstracts of title and sell steamship tickets for foreign Dorts. Our officers speak German, We solicit your patronage. MONEY TO LOAN ON LONG OR SHORT TIME CAPITAL, $100,000. DEPOSITS, ssoo.ooo. Coix^ty State fiaipk, cr* Deplsoj?, IouJa General Gauking Businesis t)( me. Incorporated under the laws of Iowa, giving best security to depositors, as each share-hoider is holde-i not only for amount of stock, but his personal property is holden for alike amount also. State Banks are under control of State Auditor, who can examine them at will and published statements are according to his findings, thus depositors have more security than their confidence in the bank's officers. Capital stock can not be used for outside speculation or investment. The Crawford County State Bank is the best incorporated banking Institution in the county PASSX8E TICKETS SOLO. IHSURARCE WRITTEN. LOANS NE80TIATE0. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED. DIRECTORATE: I DIRECTORS: L. Cornwell, Pres. George Naeve, V-Pres. L. Cornwell, George Naeve, F. M. E. Jones, Cash. C. J. 'Phone 82s Denison, Iowa 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 E E O »Bus, Cab and Transfer Line .J. MICLIOX, Prop, W CALLS MADE TO ANY PART OF THE CITY $ BAGGAGE TO AND FROM THE DEPOTS Prompt Attention to Transfer Business ^11 I I 1 Wi #4 IS®! A pit* "sAj- Farm Loans at 5 per cent Interest I Kemmlng. Asst. Casn I Schwartz, O. Tabor, J. P. Couner. Green Bay Lumber Co.,* We handle Atlas Portland Cement, the Old Reliable. Get our Prices.. If l®S •5i fifi* •s 11 Call 'Bus Barn' Either phone