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R. P. PLIMPTON
HOMEOPATH I ST PHYSICIAN.
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H. A. BOYLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE.
LOCAL SURGEON /. C. R. R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Crawford Co. No. 325 Iowa No. 94
Across the street from McKim Hall
L. L. BOND,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON:
LOCAL SURQEON C. & N. W. R. R.
OFFICES IN LAUO BLOCK
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PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS.
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OFFICE AT KNAUL'S DRUB STORE.
O. C. PHONE: OFFICE 240. RES. 248.
J. C. ROBINSON, D. D. S.
OFFICE OVER THE DENISON DRUG CO.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ORIOQE AND PLATE WORK.
B. F. PHILBROOK, D. D. S.
WEDNESDAYS IN DUNLAP.
OFFICES IN THE LAUB BLOCK.
R. O. MCCONNAUGHY. D. D. S.
OFFICE IN WARBA3SE BLOCK.
PHONE 250. MONO A Y'S IN DOW CITY.
L. M. SHAW. J. SIMS. C. F. KUEHNLE.
SHAW, SIMS & KUEHNLE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
OFFICE WITH THE BANK OF DENISON
J. H. WALKEk
REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTIONS
W' 'OFFICE OVER POSTOFF ce
p. W. HARDING W. E KAHLER
AHTUINTJ & KAHLER
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MEW QULICK BLK., OVER OENISON CLOTHING CO.
CONNER & LALLY.
OFFICES OVER CRAWFORD COUNTY BANK
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.
OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Mrs. L. F. Kreymborg was a pass
enger to Sioux City Thursday. Her
son Gien, who is attending school at
Fremont, Nebr., spent his spring va
cation with his aunt there, so she
went up to visit them.
Arthur Benson visited at the
Adolph Hintze home Friday the guest
of Miss Christina.
Alfred,i McCullough, Alice Tate,
and Kate Sweeney commenced their
spring terms of school Monday.
Julia and Mabel Nordholm returned
to their school work at Denison Sat
Mrs. L. C. Goodrich of Kiron and
Nellie Hoffman spent Tuesday with
their sister, Mrs. R. Timm.
J. E. Glau made his regular trip to
Fred Benson, wife and Adolph
Hintze and wife were Charter Oak
C. P. Hoefer visited with his
parents at Charter Oak Sunday.
Mrs. Teck of Charter Oak came
Thursday to care for her daughter,
Mrs. Geo. Krohnke, who has been
J. C. Jacobsen purchased a fine new
buggy at Omaha.
Herman Tuit and family were
guests at the A. F. Baak home Satur
Anna Vollensen entertained a num
ber of her friends at an old fashioned
taffy pull Friday evening.
Herman Krohnke and wife were
calling on relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. J. C. Jacobsen and sister.
Mrs. Fitzpatrick were at Denison Sat
Mrs. Carl Mahnke is on the sick
list this week.
Fred Benson and wife visited with
Adolph Hintze and wife Tuesday.
Our citizens were awakened
Wednesday night by the ringing of the
fire bell and found Mr. Vollerson's
barn a mass of flames. With a strong
wind blowing the fire had made such
headway before it was discovered that
it was impossible to save the build
ings. The barn and buggy shed were
completely destroyed, also some hay
and corn and the two best horses
perished in the flames, one being a
fine young colt that had just been
broke. They have no positive proof
as to the origin of the fire, but. it is
supposed to be incendiarism.'iws Mr.
Vollerson was at Denison at the time,
and the opportunity was taken while
he was away to gratify a fiendish de
sire for revenge.
Miss Lillie Pahl returned to her
school work at Denison Monday, after
spending her vacation with her
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Mrs. H. R. Timm entertained in
honor of her sisters, Mrs. Goodrich
and Nellie Hoffman. The evening
was pleasantly spent in visiting and
playing games. Maple moussi and
angel food were served. Mrs. Timm
is a fine entertainer and these occa
sions are always enjoyed.
John Passick and Emma Schneckloth
and Peter Harden and Gabriel Passick
were married at the Soldier church
Wednesday, Rev. Wehking officiating.
After the ceremony the party gathered
at the D. Passick home where a large
reception was held. These young
people are well and favorably Known
and have the best wishes of the en
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
acts promptly yet gently on the
bowels, through which the cold is
forced out of the system, and at the
same time it allays troubles arising
from inflamation. Sold by Lamborn
Misses Florence Jones and Amanda
Schwalbauer of Fort Dodge were
guests of Fay Nestlebush a few days
James Horr of Bronson visited his
brother. S. Horr and wife last week.
J. M. Childress and son Charles
were at Omaha last week. We un
derstand J. M. Childress purchased a
new piano for his daughters while
Mrs. Ward a Hindu lady will speak
on foreign missionary work Wednesday
evening, April 15. at the M. E.
church. No collection will be taken.
Every one invited.
Thos. Munsey. Sam Anderson and
Stanley Browne attended the M. W.
A. convention at Schleswig last
Wednesday. Mr. Munsey was a dele
gate. We were informed all camps in
the country were represented but
Miss Lawler of West Side began
teaching Monday at Deloit in the
higher department of our schools.
Miss Schneckloth hetd a musical
recital at Mrs. J. P. Nestlebush's
home last Wednesday evening in
which nearly all of her pupils took
Mrs, W. T. Huckstep visited her
sister, at Woodbine a tew days last
Orval McKim, wife and Mrs. Ella
Winans and two little boys took their
departure Saturday afternoon for their
new home near Lemmon, S. D. The
beat wishes of their friends go with
Mrs. Geo. W. Landon received
word the first of the week that hei
brother, Lawrence Van Vleet, an old
soldier had died April 1st at Roches
ter. New York.
E. W. Pilcher and little daughter
and his sister of Ida Grove spent Fu
day with Geo. Winans and wife.
Mrs. G. W. Landon and daughter.
Mrs. Justice visited Sunday and*Mon
day at Mrs. Fred Landon's at Ells.
Mrs. E. W. Anderson and daughter
were in town Monday.
Mrs. George Newcom is visting at
her parents home. She is much im
proved in health and is glad to be able
to be home again.
Emma Frahm is spending a few
days with her sister Mrs. Peter Hen
The little babe of Mr. Henricksen's
is having a light attack of measles.
Mrs. Fred Berg and Minnie Carlson
of Denison visited at the home of L.
F. Morris Tuesday and Wednesday.
Fred Human and wife were in Den
Morris Wilkinson attended church
in Deloit Sundav morning.
About twenty yourg people gathered
at the home of Carl Winey Tuesday
night, where the evening was spent in
games and a good time in general.
Emma Anderson visited at Mrs.
Jas. McKim's in Deloit Friday.
Ralph Beaman was home from Den
ison Sunday. He has been sick the
Carey Phillips and wife called on
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Mrs. Prentice Thursday.
Sam Anderson visited with S. D.
Newton Thursday night.
Mrs. George Newcom took dinner
with her friend Mrs. Freda Buman
Jas. McKim and wife visited with
Hannibal Fink and wife Sunday after
L. F. Morris and daughter, Elsie
Beaman and A. D. Winey and wife
visited at S. D. Newton's Sunday.
U. S. Dunbar and family dined with
Bid Cose Sunday.
Wayne Snell returned Saturday
from a visit with relatives at Schaler.
Albert Winey had the misfortune to
lose one of his best work horses Sun
day. The horse got its head fast un
der the manger and choked to death.
Mr. Winey feels the loss greatly for
it is one ot his best work horses.
Peter Henricksen and wife visited
Fred Buman and wife Sunday evening.
Lucy Flint celebrated her birthday
Monday at the home of her sister,
Mrs. J. W. Wilkinson. Her sisters,
Mrs. James McKim and Mrs. Ben
Beaman spent the day with her.
Morris Wilkinson was home from
college Monday but for one day.
Morris graduates in June and is doing
excellent work in his studies.
It pays to buy good seed potatoes.
We sell them. Geo. Menagh & Co.
The best and cheapest furniture
is being sold at the Fastje Furni.
ture Factory. 7-tf
Best for flaky pastry,
wholesome bread and biscuit
—best for crisp cookies
best for delicious cakes, tooth
some muffins, doughnuts that
will melt in your mouth.
Everything you make well,
it will help to make better,
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It Is chemically
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J. C. Wygant.
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John A. Logan Post G. A. R. meets
2nd and 4th Saturdays in each month
at 2 o'clock P. M. in McHenry Hall.
John L. Richardson
If you are going
Southeast, South, South'
west, West or Northwest,
you should write ior a
quotation of the reduced
one-way or round trip
railroad fare. Give the
point you wish to reach
if it is in any of the States
west of and including
Missouri, Nebraska, North
an So a a a
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