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DENISON AND VICINITY
Dr. J. C. Robinson made his weekly trip to Vail oa Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Chas. Tabor\go to Chi cago for a week'8 visit. Mrs. John Osborn of Harlan is visit ing her daughter this week. Miss Mamie Etzel of Vail has been spending the week in Denison. Mrs,. Harry Huntington, of Dow yity, visited in the city on Wednesday. Hear Dolliver at Opera House in Derfson. Monday evening, Oct. 16. Herman Harthun returned from Har lan by way of Council Bluffs Tuesday. M. Wieland came frqpa Arion last night to to spend the evening in the City. ivjii.iV' Mrs. C. Sievers is building a new residence on the lots occupied by her barns. Mrs. E. E. Tucker mid daughter are visiting relatives itnd friends in Omaha \this week. Prof. Holmes took his little child down to Omaha Saturday to have her eyes treated. Attorney Morris O'Conner. of Vail, was a Denison visitor Thursday, run ning in on No. 3 Mr. C. E. Rickley, formerly of Deloit, but now of Omaha, was a Denison vis itor on Thursday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. Nordhurst of Paradise a fine, baby girl. The RE VIEW congratulates. 1 Misf) Lizzie Temple is visiting a few dayf, with friends in South Omaha and taking in the exposition. Mrs. Matt. Wieland left for fiushong, Kansas to day where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. L. Stoecks. Dr. B. F. Philbrook was a Dunlap visitor Wednesday, that being his reg ular weekly visit to that city. Mrs. A. Romans is a guest at the Shaw home while attending Missionary Society Convention in Des Moines. We are informed that Miss Lillian Garrison will soon leave for New York city where she will spend the winter. Miss Emma Groth of Sac City will spend a couple of months in Denison with her friend Miss' Laura Van Tuil.' The postoffice clock has been repaired and cleaned up and if the time is cor rect, it will be quite convenient to the public. Messrs. Jacob and Emanuel Orkin have returned from St. Louis. You cannot fyl to see their new ad in this ijSUCj.f Mrs. M. Sibbert accompanied by her daughter and SOD, took the early train today for a visit with relatives in South Dakota. .There being five Sundays ip Novem ber of this year, President McKinley, has chosen the last one as Thanksgiv ing Day. E. O. Koethe, the obliging traveling representative of the Carpenter Paper Co., of Omana, was a Denison caller on Wednesday. An effort is being made to have Pres ident McKinley cross the state during daylight, thus enabling people to see and hear him. The basement of the Miller & Co. store is being remodeled in order to gain more room for their butter and egg business. Messrs. Shumaker and Hoefer, of Charter Oak, are out with a party of homeseekers, looking over land in North Dakota. Among those of our readers re membering the REVIEW with money remittance we mention Mr. Alex. Law son, of Dow City. Candidate O'Hare, accompanied by Miss Lulu Maguire, drove down from Vail on Tuesday evening and attended the Old Maids Convention. The depot at Jefferson will soon be completed and the force of men brought to Denison, when the new depot will be rushed to completion. Anyone having wood and desirous of having the best paper come to their home as a twice-a-ween visitor can ex change his wood for the same. We regret to announce that Mr. L. C. Goodrich's health does not improve as rapidly as could be hoped for. He is at present writing quite poorly Our readers will notice on the fifth page a change in L\ J. Kelly's advertise ment. Mr Kelly takes pains to write his ads In a plain yet attractive style. The Central telephone office is nicely situated in the re room of the Gulick block, which makes a pleasant room and one free from noise of the street. In another column will be found two notices,' advertising for help in general housework. Both places are desirable and anyone wanting to work, should investigate. Word comes from Mrs. J. Fred Meyers that she is nicely settled in Washington with Miss Grace Meyers. Their address is 1602 Vermont Ave., N. W. Mrs. Meyers has been quite sick since her arrival in the capital city. Real estate agent E. T. Dobson was doing business in Our city, the first of the week. He reports the outlook at Deloit as bright and thinks he will do a good business there. Mr. P. M. Guthrie, an old resident of Carroll, died at that place on Sunday, Oct. 8. He was a prominent man in Carroll county, his friends being num berless. Mrs. S. S. Ashby and children re turned on Thursday to their home in Fairbury, Neb. A six o'clock dinner given by Mrs. H. A. Boyle Wednesday evening in her honor. Mrs. E. S. Holmes has returned from Moline, Illinois, where she attended the wedding of a niece—a sister of Mr. J. H. McKeever. On her way home she visited at Des Moines. Mr. E. Gulick returned from the eastern part of the state Thursday af ternoon, He visited at Davenport and Marion and reports times lively in that section. He has been absent about a week. Mr. John Lass came down from Wor thington, Minn., to be present at the funeral of his mother, at has decided to remain in Denison. tie will work with Mr. Frank Fee at his trade. We welcome his return. A letter from Mr. L. Kinyon to E. O. Thiem says, Mrs. Kinyon arrived home from England on Tuesday. She has been in her native land some five months and bad a splendid visit. Mrs. E O. Thiem came down from Vail yesterday. Mr. Haurighty, of Dunlap, has been in Jenison th6 past few days looking at different residence properties with a view to purchasing. He says, he be lieves Denison has a. great future, and also that he wishes to take advantage of our excellent schools. Mr. Henry Brinkmann, of Stocsnolm township, has been up in Dakota re cently, where he purchased 320 acres of fine land and his three boys will go there in the spring and cultivate the same. Mr. Brinkmann is one of Crawford's best citizens and we are glad to note his prosperity. Yesterday morning the burglar alarm in the Fijst National bank sounded and all of the J. P. Miller & Co. clerks answered the oall immediately. It happened however that Mr. McHenry accidentally stepped on the alarm caus ing it to sound. The quickness of the clprks in responding is very commend able.,^. Mrs. Johanning, who for the past two years hatf been a resident of Denison, where she worked up a good business as a weaver of rugs, has removed to Wisconsin, where she io interested in a large estate Her desire to be nearer her property, prompted her removal from here. Mr. C. Green has taken orders for 26,000 brick to be furnished the Trans Mississippi Elevator CO. and also for 20 0b0 to be furnished E. Snyder of Fremont. Both firms will build new elevators along the new lines of rail roads north of our county. Mr. Green has been hampered by the fact that he has been unable to get coal. P' Green McAhren has at work near Weed some 15 teams and as many men, and thinks the railroad company will have work for him until the ground freezes up. Mr. McAhren has been giving good service and the comp my appreciates it by giving him all the work possible. He had a couple of wheel scrapers stolen from his camp recently. The Northwestern, people have been busy this week moving the main track farther south. This in itself would seem quite a task, but a gang of men with crow-bars handle the track with ease. After it is moved to the proper place, men with shovels follow and it will soon be in readiness for travel again. On Thursday afternoon. October 12, the wedding of Mr. Jacob Staudenmaier and Miss Minnie Streck, both of Grant township, Ida county, took place at the German Lutheran church there, Rev. "F. Schug officiating. Witnesses were Henry Streck and Emma Wiegand, Bern hard Streck aud Martha Schug, of Denison. Mr. Herman Hartwig and Mrs. Rev. Lothringer and children were also present. Mrs. Lothringer is the groom's sister. The teachers of our city schools are having a vacation today to enable them to visit other schools. All of them de cided to go to Council Bluffs and Oma ha. Prof Failor will visit the high schools of both cities. A number of the teachers will probably remain over Saturday and visit the exposition. We believe the visiting of other schools aud exchanging of ideas is a great help to all concerned. On Wednesday Mrs. E. T. Cochran entertained about thirty ladies at an afternoon thimble party. Mrs. R. A. Romans favored the company with a vocal solo which was heartily encored. Miss Polly Slipp was present but de clined to sing after her artistic triumph of the evening previous. An invoice of the fancy work accomplished during the afternoon showed th^t the time had been spent delightfully rather than busity. Mrs. A. G. Martyn and little Sylvia Cochran assisted the hostess in serving the company with delicious re freshments. Quite a few people going west failed to catch the early train Wednesday morning, owing to a false report as to time of its arrival. On the firBt page of (this impression will be found a quarter page ad for Stern Bros., who have decided to re main permanently in Denison.- Mr. Henry Stuck is now assisting in the McHenry Bank at Vail. He will soon have a host of friends there, as he is a popular young man wherever he is. in another colunfn appears the dates as agreed upon by Judges Elwood and Church for the holding of the different terms of court for the years 1900 and 1901. Miss Hattie Rowland has been en stalled as saleslady in ttu- general mer chandise store of O. G. l'rill, aud is proving a valuable addition co his corps of clerks. Mr. David Walters, of Dow City, was a Denisouite on Tuesday Ust aud re membered this office with .. call at the same tiuie renewing uis. subscription for another year. Mr. L. E. Goodwin, of Charter Oak, accompanied by his father, from Man chester, visited in Denisoh this week among friends, who were pleased to meet both gentlemen. The anniversary banquet of theFii day club will be held at the home of Mrs. C. F. Kuehnle on Oct 20. This office printed some very, pretty pro grams for the occasion. We received a very pleasant visit, from Mr. D. Cruise, whose postoffice is at Dunlap, recently. He is an old friend of the REVIEW, one whom we are always very glad to meet. Cort Walters took a load of material for his new store up to Schleswig Wed nesday. He was accompanied by his partner in business and they intend to push things in a lively wav. Sioux City is putting lorth every ef fort possible to maee the President's visit to that place pleasant. Every ar rangement possible is being made and the citv is to be congratulated. On Thursday morning Mrs. Ley gave an 11 o'clock breakfast in honor of Mrs. Dr. Ashby. There were some fourteen guests present and all speak very flat? tering of the eatables and decorations. A good many farmers are now busy picking corn. The yield,, is reported good. It seems there will be a good market right here at home, as there.are a great many cattle to be fed this sea son. -v*' On page eight will be' found a page advertisement for Orkin Bros. The gentlemen are making an exclusive shoe an0 dryjjoods store of their estab lishment. Two of the firm have been east and purchased a large stock. Read their ad. Thelist of entertainments- for this season's lecture course has been filled^ and the committee feel tbef'bave se cured ah exceptionally strong list. These entertainments in the past have proven very popular and we are pleased to announce that they will be continued. The Faculty of the Conservatory of Music gave an entertainment at Charter Oak Tuesday evening. The concert was well patronized and the faculty royally treated during their stay in that" city. To-night they give a concert at Dow City, and later on at Woodbine. Dr. T. W. Garber, who has been ab sent from town a couple weeks, re turned home on Wednesday evening. While absent he visited an aunt and sister in Kansas City, Mo and also relatives and friends at Monroe and Des Moines, Iowa. Owing to a rise in publishers and printers materials of all kinds, the printers throughout the state have made an advance in price on all kinds of job work. All kinds of paper has advanced from 15 to 25 per cent. The REVIEW, however, is fortunate in hav ing on hand over two tons of print paper and a good supply of job stock. We intend to turn this stock at the same price as formerly charged, there by giving our customers the benefit. This is an opportunity to lay in a good supply of note heads, letter heads, bill heads, statements, ect. COURT DATES. Be it known that on this 28th day of September, 1899. the undersigned judges S. M. Elwood and Z. A. Church, judges of the 16th Judicial District of Iowa, met and determined the times and places during the two succeeding cal endar years, to wit: 1900 and 1901. The times and places of holding said terms of court during the years 1900 and 1901 shall be as follows: 1900. THE DENISON REVIEW, FRIDAY. OCTOBEfl 13, 1899, lS*fch S. M. ELWOOD COUNTY. Z. .A. CHUUCH Jan. a Aug 37 Sue March 5 Oct 21) Jan. SB Sept 17 Carroll Marcn afl Nov. l» Fob. 13 Oct. 8 Crawford April 16 Doc. 10 March 5 Oct. 39 Greene Jan. 3 Aug 37 March 36 Nov. 19 Ida Jan 33 Sept. 17 April 10 Dec. 10 Calhoun Feb. 13 Oct. 8 1901 Jan. 7 Aug. 36 Sac March 11 Oct 38 Jan. 28 Sept. 10 Carroll April 1 NOv. IS Feb 18 Oct. 7 Crawford April 23 Dec. 9 March 11 Oct. 38 Greene Jan. 7 Aug. 20 April 1 Nov. is Ida Jan. 28 Sept. 10 April 33 Dec. 9 Calhoun Feb. 18 Oct. 7 I It is ordered that the clerks of the several counties spread the above order on the proper record of each couuty and that tliey cause the same to be pub lished in the official papers of each county for four consecutive weeks. Witness our bauds the date above written. fMjc. Z. A. CHURCH, Judge. 82-4-6-8 ijlfe S. M. ELWOOD, Judge. Sealed Bids for Grading. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the grading of West Broadway in the town of Denison will be received at the City Clerk's office np until noon of Monday, Oct. 16th. The profile of said street may be seen at clerk's office. The council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. £. F. TUCKER, Clerk. A. Oswald, Fashionable Tailor, Denison, Iowa. Over Postoffice. WANTED AT ONCE—A good girl for general housework. 82—2* MRS. THEO. WALKER., $2,000 WANTED. Best of security given. Anyone hav ing this amount to loan cau get infor mation at this office. BARGAINS in new and second hand Heaters and Cooks at Wygant's. 78tf We keep the best preparation for hands when you husk corn. Call for it. 82-2. THE BOYS. Gtrl auled. A good girl for gei e.al housework. Inquire at this office. 82tf Bids for Digging hewer. Sealed bids will be received up to 2 p. m,. Wednesday,,Oct. 18th, for the dig ging of a sewer from the new High School building to the river. Plat showing elevation and depth of sewer will be at ray office on and after Mon day, Oct. 16. 82—1 C. M. STALEY, Sec. For Sale. Leading general merchandise store in a good town in Crawford county, stock all new and staple, cash sales from $25 to $65 daily, stock about $3,500. Will sell stock and building or stock separate. Inquire of 82-3* Denison, Iowa. W. P. Adams has 4,u00 acres of corn to pick near Odebolt and will guaran tee pickers work to January la Drs. Huldah aud Ons E. Davis, Os teopatns, Denison, Iowa. Office over Tom Lister's shop. In Denison, Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays of each week. Examination and consultation free. 78tf Get your gloves aud mittens at The Boys. The best in the market. .82-2 If You Want Sterling Silver Souvenirs go io O. M. CAMPBELL, Main street. Stacks of latest Fall clothing are be ing received daily at the Hub. See them before you.buy. 65-tf. Dr. Philbrook, Dentist, office re moved to rooms ovei.JCelly's shoe store. Get Budd'd Baby shoes at. The Boys. We are the only firm that can get them direct from the factory. 82—2 Oais Wanted. fior jvhich I will pay the highest market prnje. W. A. MCHENRY. lor Sale. I have a number of fine 2-year-old steers for sale at my farm 2 miles south of Deloit. 81-4t v-iui E. R. SNELL. Girl Wanted. A good cook "can- procure $1.00 per day by applying at tjie College Dormi tory. Wanted at once. "Ilavlland Clilna." Nothing ever seen in Denison like our beautiful line of Haviland China and cat glass. Campbell's for first class goods in all lines. I will have another car of the cele brated Studebaker wauons here next week. Wait for them. E. T. COCHRAN1. Dr. Garber's Dental Parlors. Teeth extracted without pain. Parlors front rooms over Shaw & Kuehnle's Bank. En trance on Main street. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby gl"en that the firm of Halberg & Turner has this day dis solved partnership, Mr. Halberg con tinuing the business. All accounts outstanding are due Mr. Halberg and should be settled within 80 days. Dated Deloit, Iowa. October 10 1899. .? '£?"5J. A. HALBERG, U" V^'J. T. TURNER. THANKS. We wish to thank all those who have so liberally patronized the firm in the past and respectfully solicit a contin uance of the same. 82—2 J. A. HALBERG. Public Sale of SO Pure Blood Hogs Chester White and Poland China. 28 male pigs of April and May farrow, 8 male pigs of November farrow, 1 male hog 2 years old. About 45 sows, rang ing in age from 2 yrs to 4 months. "My hogs are toe well known in this and ad joining counties to need any comment. This great sale will take place at my farm, mile south of Denison, Satur day, Oct. 28, at 1 o'clock. I will be at your mercy. One years time will be given. Itemtmber the date, Oct. 28. JOHN KELLY. COL. W. J. MCAHREN, Auct. 80-3w Notice of First Mc eting of Creditors. -In the District Court of the United States for the Southarn District of Iowa. In matter of 1 Frank J. Gary, fin Bankruptcy. Bankrupt. To the creditors of Frank J. Gary of West Side lu the county of Crawford and District aforosaid. a bankrupt. Notice is hen by given on the loth day of October. A. I). 1MW. the said Frank J. Gary was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at my office In Carroll, Iowa, on the 23d day of October A. 189S1, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, apiiohit a trustee, examine tho bankrupt, and transact such other, business as may come before said meeting. fl ai UHtt. Dated at Carroll, Iowa, intli day of Ortnher WILLIAM K. LKIC. J. CONNKH, in liunuruptvy. Attorney, for Bnukrupt^. .... *4. i' 4- •••••••»•.. ••Mint 9 S••• 9 THEODORE WALKER, I «S ••••••••a* 5 For Sale. 42 acre farm one half mile south of Denison. Good house. Well improved. Address Robert McKim.Lake City, la 5 -m ir DON'T THEY LOOK IT? Aft, ow, ovzrx} .... 1\Xtitax\xt&T 3oy "MUtv Triors. ful this year, and we feel confident that we can give you better values and better selectioHKthan any other mer chant in Crawford County. Our 50c Garments are hard to beat. Prices always the lowest. 5 J. p. When it cdmes to showing the latest styles in Watches, Jewelry, Sterling Sil ver Souvenirs, Haviland China and Cut Glass. We have purchased for spot cash over $iooo worth of the Newest and Best Goods manufactured during the past six weeks. We are prepared to show you the finest assortment ever shown in Den ison and the prices, we leave that to you. We consider it a pleasure to show you our splendid assortment. All are wel-. come. Two doors north of postoffice. 6. "WL CawpbeW, £ea Substantial Price 13.50. a &% p-y We have them made in White Bros.'Best Box Calf lined ijj@j|Heavy Double sole ItS welt sewed. 'V ••!(•••. •••J 3qy £»aA\es, Ttftvsses, C\vMvew. In our Underwear purchase we have been very success JTBey Don't Squeak* A 1 I 8 8 :v ,V 8 8 :s 11 11 ss ••$$* I 9 "Dexusotv, &o\»a. Shoes! No nails or stitches to hurt the feet. A winter weight shoe, j.. one you can wear without having vour feet wet Iff -V?! 11 every Kmxm&tstors-MSP®'' time yon -1 step out doors. we Price $3,50.