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Homeseekers and Settlers.
On'every Tuesday the Iowa Central has on sale round trip excursion tickets to points in Minnesota, the Dakotas, Manitoba, Assiniboia, and the Cana dian Northwest. On first and third !&t$sdays of each mdnth Homeseekers' tickets are on sale to points South, West and Southwest. Iiato one fare plus two dollars. Liberal limits and stop-over privileges. For rates and time of trains call on agents, or address A. B. Cutts,,G. P. & T. Minn. OMER F. PEIR30N, M. I A., Minneapolis, Low Rates to Portland,Ore., via Chicago Great Western Railway. tickets on sale frequently beginning 23rd till Sept. 29th. Also very low Taftpi to Seattle, Tacoma, Bellingham an! Everett, W ash., Victoria and Yan cotirwar, B. C., and San Francisco, Los A ngeiM. and San Diego, Gal. For low ratwrantes of sale and other informa tion IgpiFTio any Great Western Agent or J.lgiEife, G. P. A., St. L'aul, Minn. THE Coal and Wood tf-Jas also Lime and Cement, IBrlc Stone, Sewer Pipe,Woven Wire Fencing Fine Posts. Etc. LAWYERS T. H. Pridham, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Citzens' National Bank Austin, Minn. F. W. Greenman, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Offload over Thon's Store, Austin, Minn A RTHUR W. WRIGHT, QKNKBAL ML BCBINKSS. Real Estate, Collections, Loa and Insuran 'Established in 1800. Office iu First National Bank Building, Austin, Minn. FRENCH! -i LAWIBB Oflloe over the'Citisen's National Bank. D0CT0BS DR. H.[A. AVERY, DENTIST .... Offioe oyer Citizens' National Bank, Austin HAS. F. LEWIS. M. D. Offioe, over Dnnkelmann's Clothing Store. Residence, S01 North Greenwich St. *W Will do general practice. Special attention to diseases aud sur- ^C^gery of the eves. Glasses fitted. Milton J. Hardy, D. D. S. DENTIST. Austin National Bank Building, AUSTIN, MINN. Dr. M. F. Leffingwell, Veterinarian. Successor to Dr. M. S. Whitcomb. OFFICE IN FURTNEY'S FEED BARN Either phone No 9. Austin, flinn. Dr. C. H. Johnson, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Eye, Ear Nose and Throat Office over George JHirsh's new store Qraduato Rnsh Mmiical College, Chicago, lato House physician St. Mary's Hospital, Minne* apolis- Minn. Office over K. O.Wold's drug store. Calls attended day and night. Clifford C. Leek, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oflloe Hirsh Block, Austin. Telephone No. Its. Calls attended to day or night. Arthur W. Allen. M. D. SURGEON G. ST.F. MDiseasesOLASSBS. KNT JOHN H, BT. of the Eye and SCIENTIFICJMEASUMB- for Consultations hours: 1:00 to 4100 p. Sundays, 1:90 to 3:00 p.Jm, Fiist National Bank Building,' Austin, Minn. SOCIETIES 4 USTIN LODGB NO. 414, B. P.O. BLKS. loots on seeord and fourth Friday ev oi each month at the new Elks'hall on MainE Visting Xlktare invitad to meet with ui. W. D. BOSBACH, O.J. SIMMONS, Exalted Bnl»r. Secretary. IDKLITY LODGE, No. 89, A. F. AMD A. bus rogolar communications of this lodge are held in Masonic hall Austin, Minn., on the first and rd Wednesday evenings of eaeh month. WILLIAM TODD, W. M. AKDBHBON, Secretary. OVAL ABCH CHAPTER, No, 14. -Jie stated communications of this Chapter are hold in Masonic hall, Austin, Minn., on the •eoond and fourth Friday evenings of eaeb month WALLACE GBBOSOM, PABXB GOODWIN, __ots first Monday evening of each month a* Masonic E. ANDBBSON. PAKKHhall, GOODWIN,BOBQB Hecorder. a USTIN LODGE No. 55, K. 0» P., leete1 on the second and fourth Wednaedai evenings of each month. Visitin* Knl w^oomed. A.NBLSON.C. W. J. UBBATCH. K. ef R. and 8. OlNTVBE POH1. PROCEEDINGS of the Boards of County Com-. missioners of Mower County, Mitujesota, at the special Session, Sept. 12th, 190 5. The Board of County Commissioners of the County of Mower, State of Minnesota, met at the office of the County Auditor of said County in the City of Austin, in Special Session at three o'clock P. M. September 12th, A. D. 1905, pursuant to call. Members present, W. P. Lewis, D. L. Tanner, F. E Hambrecht and John R. Johnson. On motion duly seconded and carried Board adjourned to 8:30 o'clock A. M. September 13th, A. D. 1905., 8:30 o'clook, A- M. Sept. 13th, 1905 Board met pursuant to adjournment. Members all present. A petition was presented signed by .August Wietetock asking to have the North half of the North half of Sec tion five (5), Township one hundred three (103), Range (16), set off from School District Number 129, and have the same attached to and made a part of School District No. 114, and on motion duly seconded and carried the 3rd day of January, A. D. 1906 was set as a day of hearing on said petition. On motion duly seconded and carried the following bills were allowed:— E. L. Stanley, Medicines Chas Running $ 9.36 K.. O. Wold Medicines Co Physicians Prescriptions K. O. wpld Medicines Mrs. fit. 0. Wold^iadic'ines Poor Fari»,.aTr. Jopn R. Johnson Com work '-i poor 1 day 85 miles W-. Horrobin goods Mrs. %. Flood T. w. Donovan coffin for 8 Wm.'M. Fowler digging grave S. Depew... Jno. Manrek goods Joseph Heddjr.... ~. Jno. Maurek goods J. Hikes goods .F. Sr.ark Jno. Maurek goods Mrs. T. Delhantj A. L. 8le«per & Son goods Mrs. Ames A. L, Sleeper & Son goods Mrs. JAcCaskill Dickens ft McNeir goods FauBle. D. L. Tanker Com work poor 3 days 3ft miles W. C. Harribingoods Mrs. Flood..... L, G«o. Dnflfy fn«lN[rs. Searles Vermtlyea Reed^coffln S, F. Dep«wi .... K. O, Wold goods Geo. Potts W. C. Horrobin goods Stark... F. P. McBride goods Mrs. Kelly..:.....:... F. P. McBride goods Mrs Flood... Ebert. repairs for Stark Fi ester & Thomas, goods Searles, Flood Fiester & Thomas, goods Earl, Flood Bacon, libor on bridges 21 00 George Hughsoa, labor on bridges 18 00 ME Sly, labor on bridges., "..... 30 00 Lewis, amputation both legs S Depew. bill S50.00, allowed at ... 40 00 Schottler. amputation both legs S FDepew, bill$5u.00. allowed at 40 00 A Bubs, labor on bridges 31 05 Chester Hinkson, labor on bridges SO. 00 George Hughson, labor on bridges 45 00 W Krause, labor on bridges 3 50 John Peterson, labor on bridges 3 00 Palmer Bros, material for bridges 52 14 Schneider, material fbr bridges 19 24 Erickson, material for bridges A Roy & Son, material for bridges.... Miller, material for bridges. William Smith, labor on bridges Bergan & Giere, material for bridges... James Fries, material for bridges Sanborn, labor on bridges ... Iver Welken, labor on bridges WE Schwebke, labor on bridges.. .... Edward Taplen. material for bridges ... Coltman Lumber io material for bridges N Dahle, material for bridges ........ Chester Hinkson. labor on bridges...... Seabern. labor on bridges. AM Warner, labor on bridges Carl I Ingvalson. labor on bridges. W W Lamb, labor on bridges George Hughson, labor on bridges Bacon, labor on bridges George Hughson, labor on bridges Robert Thompson, labor on bridges John Lynch, labor on bridges bridges, 5 days, 24 miles E M. B. H. Secretary. IT. BSBNABD COMMANDEBY, K.T. No. FOTannerlabbron bridges...., Ole Hanson repair bridge tools.. S. C. fhb No. «fl. G. A. S. vsss SuTlniaud month. ft iV* 20.00 16,25 88.00 6.00 5.50 13.97 31.88 31.82 13.60 2.50 3.90 15.00 7.70 2.50 2.65 2.50 2.00 2.50 2.50 1 50 7 25 Mrs Fleming.. "Hovalina— Hellenbolt 6 50 French, transportation etc, Mary Dolan 6 91 A N Decker, fuel poor farm 93 95 W Cobb, medical attendaace etc, O Running 36 57 Geo Robertson, medicines for Salomon 4 55 W Cobb, medicines and attendance Laura Berg 22 32 W-C Horrobin goods-Mrs Flood ........ 2 01 W Horrobin, goods Mrs Searles 2 50 W Horrobin, goods Stark 2 50 W Horrobin. goods Mrs Flood 2 50 John Maurek, goods Mrs Laufle 41 25 E 9 Kenevan, fuel Mrs Holoque 5 00 On motion duly seconded and car ried bill of S. Beagle, M. D., for medical attendance on Mrs. J. Bloni gan, $20.00 was rejected. On motion the following bills were allowed: Dicken« & McNeir, goods for Savalia... 27 00 John Iverson, labor on bridges 3 50 Mons Knutson, labor on bridges 10 00 James Fries, labor on bridges Rogers Bros, labo on bridges E Shepherd, labor on bridges Robinson, labor on bridges Sam Jobnson, labor on bridges William Seiss. labor on bridges .... Roy Colrcan labor on bridges. 3 50 SfiO 14 23 216 67 40 37 12 00 5 50 3 00 2 75 18 00 48.00 38 50 27 00 16 00 10 00 W-1J1 brid«es 18 Erickson. interest on bridge orders A MoFarland. labor oh bridges JohirLynch, labor on bridges.. 00 50 17 40 Syverson labor on bridges $ 1 75 John Lynch labor on bridges 14 00 W W Lamb labor on bridges 14 00 A McFarland labor on bridges 2" 00 Hayes-Lucas Lumber Co material for bridges ."V.: 164 00 Bradley matgrisl for bridges 281 72 Adams Lumbetpo material for bridges Di* N Thatcher repair bridge tools 13 204 10 50 John Sodergren labor on bridges.... E Dickens wdrk on sidewalk ct house. Mayer insi&cting boiler court house Home Tel Co telephone service county.. Hub Dept store'goods court house A Keenan work in treasurer's office... O Wold goods court house. AN Decker fuel court house Fiester & Thomas goods court house.... Sevan Holderson girods court house..... W Williams Map closets court house. -. Interstate Tel fc Tel Co telephone service JulrandAuglOOS...... ... N W rTeL Go ftqephone sendee for Jtily _aad.AdguBt............. ...i............ "f^a^aan hauling rubbish from JEjm»ngw repair lawn mower W wliHigoo«'«t«irt hotn W ,D."BM8iergoodEQ»urthouse......'. Vp Schleuder Pa oer Co blanks auditor.... ,» fHBMK&XXSzsKp: Miller-Davis Printing Co Blanks judge probate The Basfori Go blanks Judge probate.. Bro vn, Tracy & Sperry Co blanks various offices........J. Hammond and Stephens Go blanks snpt schools...... 7 58 Brown Tracy & Sperry Co blanks jndge probate........ ... W. F. St Clair blanks various offices Free Press Printing Co file case auditor school Education Co blanks su pt schools 1 40 5 50 3 45 1 85 15 00 74 00 8 60 24 50 'Miller-Davis Co supplies auditor Geo Barnard &'Cfo supplies various of- fices.i. 9 18 McCulloch supplies various offices.. 12 70 O Wold supplies Co Supt Schools.— 75 Mayer inspecting boiler jail 1. 3 00 Chas Beeman work on sheriff.xesicfence.. 50 W Allen work on sheriff residence 7 50 N Nicholsen boarding prisoners July 31 92 N Nicholsen boarding prisoners August 29 64 AN Decker fuel jail 59 65 W Earl goods jail. 80 W Williams repairs at jail 1 95 E Dickens repairs at jail.... 4 90 N Nicholsen shenff fees.. 17 84 N NicholBensheriff .fees 5 03 N Nicholsensherii&fees...... 9 30 E Robinson jnstlcv fees. 25 45 E Robinson justice fees 17 55 Maxfield justice fees $10.30 all at.... 5 70 EL Stanley justice fees... 2 75 Boyd constable fees 5 65 Joanna I Scott services at teachers ex aminations. .. O Gibbons janitor summer school Mrs. M. Flamming Hub Departmeut Scare goods Mrs S^rinkhorn Hub Department Store goods 25.60 Mrs. Spriakhorn Fanny G. Gies postage and exp paid Snpt School's office George Robertson pustage and exp paid Auditor's office A. B. Warren labor on bridges... W. P. Lewis Corn work bridges 2 days 32 miles D, L, Tanner Com fees Bd Eq 2 days 28 miles W. P. Lewis Ooi* work poor day 24 miles.. W, P. Lewis Com fees Eq bd and signing orders 3 days 108 miles W. P. Lewis Com fees Sept session 2 da.rs 51 miles F. E. Hambrecht Com fees BdEq 2 days 60 miles F. E, Hambrecht Com fees Sept ses sion 2 days 60 miles J. R. JphriBoi} Com fees Bd Eq days 34 miles J, R. Johnson Com fees Sept sesaioa 2 days 34 miles D. L. Tanner Com fees Sept session 2 days 28 miles 58.97 5.59 1.25 15.00 4.50 7 50 55 90 6 70 10 00 1 12 225 5 25 23 70 8 60 13 00 2 50 5 2 50 Beck court reporters blanks O Simmons clerk of court fees. Mrs Zender witness fees...... .i i. The Basford'Co printing and advertising W St Clair printing and advertising... The Basford Co printing and advertising Lewis coroner's fees Leek med attendance Mrs Gor man. Hub Dept store goods Ethel Babcopk... Hub Dept store goods Ethel Babcock... Hub Dept store goods Mrs Flood. Hub Dept store goods Mrs Searles 2 50 Hub Dept store goods Mrs W Kelly 75 Hub Dept store goods Salinda Sprink horn Hub Dept store goods Ella Jones Hub Dept store goods Mrs Flood Hub Department Store goods Mr#. Flood Hub Department (Store goods 2 50 2 00 2 50 2.50 2.00 1.50 2.50 21.59 10.00 10.59 9.20 8.80 5.40 19.86 11.40 12.00 12.00 9.40 9.40 On motion duly seconded and^car* ried the County Auditor was ordered to draw a warrant in favor of "Hene pin Bridge Company" in the sum of Twenty-nine hundred dollars ($2,900) for onehalf contract price of the fol lowing bridges, to wit:—One bridpe across the Cedar River between sec* tions22 and 27 in township of Udolpho, contract price $3,200.00 also bridge across Little Iowa River between sec tions 27 and 28 in township of LeRoy, contract price $2,600.00,- the above payment in accordance with resolu tion passed by the Board of County Commissioners of Mower County, May 18th, A. D. 1905. On motion duly seconded and car ried board adjourned sine die. [Seal] W. P. LEWIS, Attest: Chairman. GEORGE ROBERTSON7 CountyJAuditor. I axative Rromo Cures a Cold in One Day, 5 50 1 95 2 00 3 00 42 00 5 25 17 50 Fred Rolf, labor on bridges 19 25 George Hughson. labor on bridges 72 00 Bacon, labor on bridges 52 50 amine ip in 2 Days en every box. 25c RAILROAD NOTES. Popular Excursion to Omaha, Sat urday, Sept. 16th, 1905. Via the Chicago Great Western Rail way. Very low. rates for the round trip. For further information apply to any Gr&at Western Agent or J. P. Elmer, GJ P. A., St. Paul,' Minn. Rates To Pacific Coast Cue $15.00. Commencing September 15, the Iowa 20 60 Central Ry will have on sale daily one 07 way tickets to SanFranciscQj Los Ange 4 les, Portland and other points in the Jo West and Northwest. Rates $i5.00 be 6 75 low ordinary fare. Through tourist cars to California twice a week. Call on agents for full particulars, or ad dress A. B. Cutts, G. P. & T. A., Minne apolis, Minn, To Land Agents and Homeseekers The Chicago Great Western Railway will on the first and third Tuesday of each month to December inclusive sell round trip tickets at only qne fare plus $2.00 to points in the following states: BaS iffironUbridSr.!:!!' 59 lo Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colo Hoy. labor r»n bridges 2 co ra*o,Florida,Georgia, Indian Territory, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mexico, WLlmiiabwoS brSl^.::\*::::- "gS Minnesota*, lfi88iasippif ^Missouri, Weyerhauser & Co, labor on bridges... 198 05 braska,,,!jy.6yagjft.y. New Mexico, North 170 Caroliiia^Nortn^Dakota,South,Dakota, WE Daily, material for bridges....' 76 Virginia also to Alberta, Assiniboia, jR Johnson labor on bridges 3 00 Tenness^, Texas, Utah, Wyoming and Canadian Northwest, Manitoba, West I Ontario and Saskatchawan. Fir fur- ther information apply to any Great Western Agent or J. P. Elmer, G. P. A. St. Paul, Minn. When planning a. business or pleasure trip from Chicago to Buffalo, New 85 York, Boston or'any Eastern »oint. you Tanner corn-work on bndges 3 days investigate theMtisfaCtor?" service' a£ Hambrecht labor on bridges 54 2 oo forded by any one of the three Express oo Trains operated by the Nickel Plate Road. Colored porters are in charge of coaches, whose duties are to look after the comfort of passengers while en route. Special attention shown ladies and children, as. well as elderly people, traveling alone. No excess fare charg ed on any train on the Nickel Plate Road. American Club Meals, from 35 19 80 cents to $1.00, served in Nickel :Plate «30 dining care. One trial will'result to 29 8o ypur satisfaction. All trails leave from LaSalle Street Statiori,-only De »10 pot in Chicago on the Elevated Bail road Loop. Call on or Mdiess, 5 25 5 00 8 00 2 40 1.75 13 50 1 00 303 15 1 80 1 50 8.50 a 50 10 50 '£. Calahan, Gen^il Agent, 118 Aj St., Room 2^8, Chicago, IW BEES ON A CITY ROOF. Story of a Successfully Conducted Apiary in the Heart of the City of Boston. ,, „v How many, people know that there is an extensive bee. farm on the roof of a four-story manufacturing build i®8 in the very heart, of" the city, of BoBton? v" Thii is the case, however and. no less than 50 colonies were ii^ use when the apiary was visiteid a few diys ago by a representative of the Boston Globe. 0 The owner of the bees is Mr. F. H. Farmer, and the apiary is situated on the roof of his buildiug, on Friend street. Mr. Farmer is an enthusiastic bee-keeper, and has another apiary on his farm at Littleton. Mr. Farmer feeds his bees on sugar which is prepared for them in the form of a sirup. The roof of Mr. Farmer's estab lishment is covered with hives of dif- II BOSTON ROOF APIARY. ferent character. It is estimated that 5,000 bees make a fairly strong colony, and at this rate the 50 hives in this roof apiary shelter about 500,000 bees. The hurrying crowds on Friend street know nothing of the great army of these buzzing insects sailing through the air many feet above the street. Many colonies of bees are used by greenhouse men, who keep them in their hothouses for the purpose of fertilizing the plant blossoms, which the bees "accomplish by carrying pol len from one flower to another. Some fruits and vegetables will not produce a crop unless cross fertilized in this manner. This beneficent serv ice is performed all unwittingly, however. The bees seek the blossoms in search of nectar and pollen for their own use. They are provided with two stom achs. The nectar which they suck from a blossom goes into the first stomach, and is there partly trans formed into honey. What is needed for immediate use in order to sustain the life of the bee then passes on to the second stomach, and is taken into the system. The rest lis given up and packed away in the cells of the honey comb. The pollen is gathered in little baskets attached to the legs of the bees, and in flying from flower to ilower a little of this pollen is spilled from the baskets and t'he work of fertilization is accomplished. It is well understood now that the \emale bees do all the work of honey gathering. There are only a few hun dred drones or male bees to a hive, ind at the end of the season they are driven out to die, only the working bees and queens remaining through the winter. In the spring the queen begins to lay eggs at a wonderful rate, some times producing several times her own weight in eggs in a single day. She has the power of laying male or female eggs at will and keeps them separate. The idea that the queen directs all the activities of the hive and rules the colony with an iron hand, to speak figuratively, is er roneous. The queen is not a ruler she is simply an egg layer, but as she layia all the eggs for the colony it is neces sary that she be kept in the best of condition, and for that reason the other bees treat her with great con sideration, feed her,, coddle her and make her life as easy as possible. There is a widespread belief that honey is greatly adulterated and that even the combs are 'artiftcial-4in fact, statements -to this effect are frequent ly seen in print. As a matter of fact, such a thing as an artificial comb is never sold, for the reason that no such comb has ever been invented that the bees will make use of. It is .a common practice to place ready-made foundations in the hive for the bees to fill With honey, but they invariably are made from pure bees wax, that the bees made in the first place, and the bees work it over care fully before rfliing the cells with honey. FOWL HINTS. Crowding the hens is likely to make them quarrelsome. When the material in the nests is changed, the old stuff had best be burned. Look outifor lice and get after them promptly? and vigorously." They ifiiiltl ply-vyery ^itot these warm days ^and aifehta,.: niakc^ life ai burilim for ibe poultry, cut^dowh the 6gg yield and r«i*td the' growth of the chic& Smok* 'miciit-^Fara and Jftuoi. *7? 1 T4eConsb^iction of J«wels mutt be right—the price' moat be right. Forty years success and more t&an 3»8OO,OOO J«w4to made arid sold proves it. The largest stove plant in the world guarantees 2MS E W E Boiling Beef, lb. 4c Short Ribs Beef, 5c and 6c Pot Roast Beef, lb 7c Pot Roast Beef, lb 8c Good Beef Steak. 3 lbs. 25c Round Steak, 10 and 12 Sausage, 3 lbs 25c Shoulder Pork Spare Ribs, lb 3c Shoulder Pork Spare Ribs, 10 lbs .25c 44Straight powerful heaters and great fuel stivers. &|g| [radiating surface full size, heavy durable fire Ball-Bearing Duplex Orates, easy forking'.'** extremely economical large feeders Which, abundant supply of fuel and a special flue bot construction which makes them great floor watt ers. Double heating flue draws cold air iromnffpej warms and circulates it through room, or war upstairs. Note carefully the fine, smoothly finished ings, the bright* handsome nickel ornaihe'r tiott and the careful, fight, fitting which rii*ti Jewels great fire keepers, and rememt that Jewel Quality costs you iu. moreai Look* for the Jewel' Tfkd.e-mark and the name-Detroit Stove Wbrks-larg est stove plant in the world. BUY FROM BROTHER Austin, Minn. We are making a low price on all meats duringil^r#^ vest time On account of the 1 arge and increased of business we are ^able to sell Fresh, Salt and Meats cheaper than ever before. We guarantee the ''c ity of every piece of meat we sell. Our Hams and are of the finest quality and our Lard is strictly pure.f^ Look over the prices quoted below and v^you wilfSSg&S^ that it will pay you to buy your meats at our market. Cash Paid for Butter Hormel's Provision Boneless Breakfast Bacon, lb.. Picnic Hams, lb Hams, Whole... Salt Pork, 12 lbs barrel Salt Pork at Oar Pure Kettle Bendered Lard, lb as the Crow Flies" KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF CLIMATE, SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY IN THE WORLD, FOR ITS LENGTH for sugar cane and rice cultivation form jrehantable horses, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, poultry and Angora goats. Write for Information Concerning FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS Now Colony Locations, Improved Farms, Mineral Lands, Rice Lands and Timber Lands, and for cosies of "Current Events," Business Opportunities alee BookVK. C. S. Fruit Boole Cheap tound-trip homeseekers' tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month. THE 8HORT LINE TO "THE LAND OF FULFILLMENT *.J.BUTTOW,Tr»T.*aa«..a*t. Xaaftas City .Mo. Kansas City, Mo. T.Mi BOVBXfflJt, T»t. fui. AUSTIN, HINN. Capital, $50,000. Undivided Profits, $15,000 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. .•.vgp9 FISH We carry a futil Salt and Canned Fish#*- Kansas Cily Southern Railway timber for raising S. CK WAMM, G. P. and T. A. a»4Xmig'n Atft., Zaaaas City, *«. OHN W. SCOIT, President. M. J. SLAVEN. Vice-Presl B. J. M0R6Y, Cashier. 4847 The Citizens' National xJ. F" PAIRRANK®^ DEALER IN Hard and Soft Coal, A MAN WOOD, UME, SEWER .v.urnwlwa .lw„. COMBINATION! "?l sRiipii, pp.. oi&ftouim Wik ®Bm oo»ninp^BiW«oj^»d Fruklin v, -jr