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Mb: fft:1 7S V**- t£,* £$£&? DEVISON AND VICINITY Court will convene to-morrow. Remember the omorrow. Presbyterian Bazaar 6. A. NoreliuB, of Kiron, was in Den. ison to-day. •Wm. Sepmann was a visitiST at Des Moines Sunday. Mrs. J. P. Conner is spending the week in Chicago. Mrs. C.Green is visiting friends in Aron this afternoon. Miss Cala Richards spent Monday in Denison with friends. Cil Barclay, of Oow City, visited in Denison onSunday last. Attorney Traver, of Duulap, was with us again on Monday. Attorney P. W. Harding, of Charter. Oak, Sundayed in Denison. Recorder Criswell went over to Char ter Oak on business to day. Roy Bigelow, of Manilla, spent Sat urday with Denison friends. Mr. Andrew Boiling returned on Sat urday from a trip to South Dakota. J. W. Maynard was in Denison Mon day. He now registers from Boyer. L. E. Younie and Ben McKim came over from Deloiton the Boyer Valley. Gbo. McHenry is expected home from college next Saturday to spend the holi days. Mrs. Carl F. Kuehnle and Mrs. W. T. Perkins will return from their visit on Thursday. J. B. Patterson, one of Dunlap's prominent men. came to Denison on business Monday. Trinity Guild will hold a session with Mrs, J. B. Romans on Thursday after noon at 2 o'clock. Mr. M. M. Bradbury returned from New Sharon today and is now holding forth at the Palace Bakery. A.A. Runkle, M. A., of the REVIEW. spent Sunday in Scrunton, visiting rel atives and former associates. Edgar Garrison came up from Logan Sunday to visit his parents. Edgar is looking well and prosperous. ijUZ John Duffy, of the firm of McDougal & Duffy, of Blue Earth, Minn., was in Denison on business yrsterday. Mrs. Eugene Gulick returned last evening from a week's visit with her sister Mrs. Shaw, in Des Moines. S. H. Cochran, of Logan, one of Har rison county's most prominent, attorn ey's, spent Mouday in Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder, of Preston, Iowa, are in Denison today, visiting at the home of Mr. Chas. Bollen. From the gathering of outside at torneys we should judge that the term of court to begin tomor.ow, would be an important one. Mrs. A. Romans will entertain on Thursday^ afternoon complimentary to Mrs. Hattie Weeks Garrison and Mrs. Sarah Temple Ott. Mrs. Georgia Wade McClellan wa-s in Manilla Saturday on W. R, C. business. Mis. McCiellan is an indefatigable worker for the good of the order. 1.. I Mrs. Ray Garrison arrived in Deni son Sunday evening from Grand Junc tion, Colo., and will spend the holidays with Denison relativf sand friends. Dr. J. C, Shrader of Iowa City, one of the most prominent physicians of Iowa, was in Denison last Sunday as the guest of Dr. J. I. Gibson. Mr. Kuehnle entertained the doctor at din ner and the afternoon was pleasantly spent with a visit to his old friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Conner. Gov. M. Shaw paid Denison a brief visit yesterday afternoon. He is look ing well and had occasion to thank many friends, democrats as well as re publicans, for the splendid vote he got in Crawford this fall. The Governor tells us that bu expects to be in Wash ington, D. C., the last of the week. The Bride's Club met with Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Robinson on Monday evening and spent a most enjoyable time. Dur ing the evening games of unique nature were participated in, after- which a dainty lunch was served to the credit of the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson have a lovely home and an invitation to meet there is heartily accepted. O. G. Prill has moved into his new bouse. 1. A. Underbill takes the resi dence vacated by Mr. Prill, Will See mann the house vacated by Mr. Under bill, and Mr. King, of the firm of King & King, takes the house vacated by -Mr. Se?mann. Thus is another new family provided for. We still know of four families waiting to find homes in Denison. The Des Moines correspondent of the Marshalltown Times-Republican grows indignant over a supposed snub to Gov. Shaw, because the Henderson gavel was ^resented by Mr. Dolliver. The facts are that Gov. Shaw sent word that he could not be present at the time and that it was pursuant to his request that the gavel was presented by a mem bW of the Iowa Congressional delega tion. No, tlie governor was not snubbed. j*,™ -f *T' TURNED OVER ON SUNDAY. New Illinois Central Ilne Placed in Oper ating Department—Ft. Dauge and Omaha Is no More. (Sunday's Council Bluffs Nonpariel.) C. E. Grafton, engineer in charge of the construction of the Illinois Central's new line from Fort Dodge to this city, will this morniBg wire Division Sup erintendent C. K. Dixon at Cherokee that the new road is at his disposal. In this way the line will be turned over from the engineering to to the operating department and it is the ex pectation that Superintendent Dixon will begin the running of trains into this city almost immediately, not later than the 15th. The work that is now in progress for the further improvement of a roadbed that is already much better than some that have been in use for years will not be stopped by the transfer of the road from one department to the other. From now on it will be carried on by the operating department, just as aimiliar work is prosecuted on the old established divisions of the Central or any other road. Mr. Grafton will, however, continue for some time yet to have charge of the engineering work on the new road. Engineer Grafton has been with the Central for more than a dozen years and has in that time turned over a good many pieces of new work, but, while be doesn't s^y anything about it, it is known that he is just about as proud of the job he is finishing now as any that he has ever turned out. The new line consists of 131 miies of as good track as has ever been put down if Iowa. It is laid on oak ties and eighty-five-pound steel throughout, is constructed with the least possible gradient and has a roadbed that needs but use and age to make it one of the finest k-nown to modern railrcad build ing. In addition to tbe main line side tracks aggregating thirty six miles have been laid. The station buildings along the line are nearly completed, with the excep tion of the large passenger and freight depots at Council Bluffs and Denison, work on which will be pushed as rapid ly as possible with the delays that are inevitable because of the inability of the contractors to secure a prompt fill ing of their ord rs for material. From Fort Dodge to this city, stockyards have been located at eighteen different stations. These also are nearly all completed. IMPORTANT. Meeting of Business men to-morrow evening at City Hall. A CHiNfcSfc PUZZLE.fj The REVIEW'S makeup man evident ly took a day off when he made up the first forms of today's REVIEW. On page seven is the continuation of the story "Nada, the Lily". If you are reading it you will find that it makes better sense if you will read the third column first, then column two, then column one, and theu take a running hop step and jump and finish up on column four. Our Christmas edition left tbe boys all tir-d out and they seem not to have gottenback to normal as yet. IDA FARMERS JOIN THE BOERS. Sioux City Journal: William and Daniel Davies, of-Holstein, Ida county, have sold their 360-acre farm and stotiK and, in response to a request from their father, Daniel Davies, who is a large farmer near West Barkley,Cape Colony, have departed for South Africa, where they will fight with the Boer forces. The two young men came to Iowa about eight years ago and took up land ad joining that of their uncle, Edward Daniels, who is still a resident of Ida county, and have since been engaged in rural pursuits. About eight weeks ago they received a letter from their father stating that it »aa probable all the farmers in the co ony would assist the Boers in their conflict with the British, and asking the sons to sell their farm and join him at once. The bovs com plied with the father's request as soon as possible and are now in route to the Transvaal They started by way of Minneapolis, w^ere they made arrange ments for the entire trip. THE ''CRAWFORD COUNTY." We would call attention to the very excellent statement of the Crawford County State Bank, published in this issue. Few busiuesses in Western Iowa have shown a more steadyand gratifying growth than has this institution. Tbe deposits have now reached $399,000 00 and are steadily increasing. The re markable thing about the bank is its large number of small deposits, as well as .large ones. The directorate is as strong as it could possibly be made, each name being a guarantee of stability and responsibility. The bank has-re cently procured the agency for the sale of the American Express Company's Foreign Money orders and travelers cheques. The' Travelers cheques are the most convenient method of carrying money that has been invented. They are ready for instant use in any land or in any money and may be cashed at any hotel, bank, rai.way station or re sponsible business house. They are just the thing for a person contemplat ing a European trip and are far supe rior to the old fashioned letter of credit. Hon. J. F. Lavender, of Rockwell City, is in Denison. He has import business before the District court, vft The Best Year in History. We wish to call the attention of our! populist friends to the recent report of. Hon. I. T. Roberts, Director of the United States Mints. Mr. Bryan and his populist friends claimed that more money was needed and tbe republican party has given the people more new money during the past year than in' any other year of our history. It was good money too no cheap John, fifty cent, Mexican sort of a dollar, but a dollar worth 100 cents the world round. The United States coined $108,177,180, add to this the $51,000,000 excess of im ports over exports of gold, and deduct ing the 25 million excess of silver ex ported over silver imported and we find a total increase of coin on hand of 134 million dollars. This has been the greatest business year the United States has ever known, we have become the workshop of the world. The balance of trade in our favor is $600,000,000. What do you want brother populist? Will you be satisfied with anything less than tbe time when the agricultural department shall evolve a gooseberry bush that shall grow double eagtes? P's. attention, special session on Thursday evening. Work in second. By order of the C. C. Take yo-ir prescriptions to Drybreads Accuracy and purity guaranteed. Peloubft's notes for 1900 on S. sons for $1 at Johnson's. Four rooms torrent. Inquire office. High grade perfumes 25cts to $1 per ounce at Drybreads. Wanted. A young man 15 years of age to learn tailoring trade. A. Oswald. Phaeton lor Sale. Almost new. Inquire of A. M. Chris tensen, Denison, Iowa. 99 4 Heating and Lighting. Guruey hot water heater Swem Gas machine Refer to J. Garrison. R. Knaul and U. G. Johnson Send for circulars. The Walker, 99 4 DenisoB, Iowa. Heavy flannel chest protectors 50 cts. at Drybread's. Pocketbook Loit. Mr?. E n. ASSETS. or bankers (specifying names and locations of banks): Commercial National, THE DENISON REVIEW, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1899, Smith lost her purse con* taining $10 52 on Monday afternoon probably on Tremont str:et. Finder please return and receive reward. Three quart flannel covered water bottles $1 25 at Drv breads, For Sale Cheap. One new Majestic Range, one Western washer and wringer* glass fruit jars* 3 rockers* china cupboard, cooking utensils* kitchen table and chairs. 99tf Mrs. D. P. Frame. Chamois skins 10 Drybread's. Ye Old cents to $1.25 at STATEMENT Ol the Condition of Crawford County State Bank. Orsaulzed under the laws of Iowa, located at Denison, in the county of Crawford, at the close of business on the 7th day of Sep tember. A. D. 1899. made to the Auditor of State as required by law: V- Amount of Bills, bonds and other evidences of debt discounted or pur chased actually owned by the bank (carried out) Amount of cash on hand described as follows: Gold coin $ 9.815.W Silver coin and bullion... 824.41 Legal tender and nation al bank notes and sub sidiary coin. B,4io.»* Drafts and checks on other solvent banks and other cash items not dishonored, on hand and belonging to the bank 1.680.76 Amount subject to be drawn at sight on de posit with solvent banks & House S. les Bulb syringes 50 cents to $1.25 at Dry bread's. at this 99 lm $356,867.01 •ip ,*• Chicago 10,071.75 Chemical-National Bank, New York 195.61 Kountze Bros., New York 23,300.07 First National Bank, Go. Bluffs. Iowa 54,795.75 Co. Bluffs Savings Bank 15,507.39 Overdrafts Value of real property (owned by the bank)... 10,000.00 YB J- rf personal proper 20,536.41 if* $ ^*1 lis! 103,870.57 8,478.77 ty (owned by bank) 5,000.00 Amount of capital stock actually paid up in cash Total amount due depos itors, as follows: Amount sight deposits.. .$172,543 51 Amount, time deposits 217,609.58 Indebtedness of every kind, due banks, Danlc ers, or persons other than regular depositors Bills payable None Rediscounts None Due Clearing House None Amount of undivided profits, as follows: Surplus fund Other profits on hand 'AJ, (after deducting taxes W and expenses) Total Liabilities Amount of all liabilities to the bank on part of its directors: As borrowers none 1 As endorsers none STATE OF IOWA, I 15,000.00 Total Assets $504,752.7' I LIABILITIES: 1100,000.00 390,153.09 H,5SK 67 8504.752. Ka Crawford County, vs. ty. We, L, Corn well, president George Naeve, vice-president, and M. E, Jones, cashier of the bank above named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing' statement is full, true and correct, to the best of otir knowledge and belief, that tho assets therein set forth are bona fide the property of said bank in its corporate capacity: and that no part of the same has been loaned or advanced to said bank for the purpose of being exhibited as a portion of its assets. L. CoitNWELii, President. GEORQK NAEVE, Vice President. M. E. JONKS, Cashier. Bworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by L. Cornwell, president, George Naeve, vice president. and lu. E. Jones, cash ier, this 8th,day of Dec., 1899. LSKAL] ALBERT H^I.SI.EY, Notary Public. Attested By^ J. P. Oonner.-iWVDlreQtor§. H. I\ Schwartz, »v \'i!t U^l ..A A. Oswald, Fashionable Tailor, Denison, Iowa. Over Postoffice. Dr. I. L. Bond Office over Bank of Penlgon. For toilet soaps go to Drybreads. You are Sweet but far sweeter if you have used some of that exquisite perfume just received from Philadelphia. Cassaday & Co. Chester Whites tor §ale. 10 boars and 15 sows, all thorough bred. James McKim, Deloit. Fancy Perfume Atomizers 50 cents at Drybread's. Our Line. Opal ware, Albums, Glove and Hand kerchief sets, Collar an Cuff boxes, Toilet sets, Chinaware, Games, Dolls, etc etc. Cassday & "to. Land For Sale. I have for sale three choice farms in Crawford county. Easy terms. J, B. BARRETT. Office in McHenry Bank Building. Poland China Boars. and five sprinc boars esidence 3} miles south One yearling for sale at i&y of Denison. Parsnips, carrots, Rutabagas, cab baee, always to be bad at 93tf -THE BOYS. Farm For Rent. Fine 300 acre grain and stock farm, located between Denison and Deloit. Inquire of E. FINK, 96—8t* Denison, Iowa. Beware of the Confidence Game but do not be afraid to look over the finest assortment of gameB in tbe city at Cassaiay's. No Stale Stock Everything new at Cassaday's. BARGAINS in new and second hand Heaters and Cooks at Wygant's. 78tf ISP •DollSt Dolls, Dolls, Finest assortment at lowest prices. Cassaday & Co. Try Club House Mince Meat, 16 oz. for 10 cents. ''THE BOYS." Dr. Philbrook, Dentist, office re moved to rooms over Kelly's shoe store. Mrs. Anderson will be in Denison Thursday, December 14, for one week, with tier embroidery representing Belding Bros', silk house and introduc ing their new shadow silks. Pillows a speciality. Reduced terms to teachers. Regular price of 50c per 3 hour lessons Will be witu Mrs. Ley. Try our Bell & Bugle cranberries. 93tf THE BOYS. Apples, the best that can be had in Mew York, still on hand. 93tf THIE BOYS. Rubber Goods, Orkin Rros. are selling Rubber goods at from 25 to 35 per cent, cheaper than anv other firm. We would like to have every man who wears artics and overshoes see our line before they buy. We have the best in the market. "The Boys." For Sale.. &t' 42 acre farm one half mile south of Denison. Good house. Well improved. Address Robert McKim,Lake City, Ia For Sale. A House arid lot. Also"*^ desirable residence lot. Inquire ot 88tf A. D. RANDALL. Cotton flannel mitts, double thumbs? and double palms. The best and cheap «. 7 r' "The Boys est at 'M .. v'-/- V.' Wm Lownes. Cheap Goods in Cheap Bottles is the usual rule for holiday perfum ery. We do not follow this rule, but offer the finest of odors in cut glass and Bohemean ware bottles. Seeing and smelling is believing. Come in and get a free sample. Cassaday & Co. ilS I 'i- A Are Ye Genial Proprietors and is ye Place wherein to buy Clothynge that Maketh Ye Hearte gladdye and Ye Bodie warme. Many Folke know 'V.'.y _• vv/.:^ .yi..'.-:. little concerning Clothynge, wheth er it be of Woole or Y6 stuff ycleped "Schoddy," the more Reason why they should buy of them that may be trusted to tell the truth as to .that which they selie. For twentie Yeres have Folke boughten Cloth- Vynge at this Shoppe and nobodie has ever gotten Ye worst of it. 'Ov** Haugh & Kemming.' Hoiklillj Goods. to the Public. Our assortment is replete with all tbe novel ties that go to make a first-class stock in the •line of Watches, Diamonds, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods, and Haviland China and Cut Glass. Largest Stock, Finest Goods, Lowest Prices. fa's JASPER WOODLAND, Prop. Two Expert and Experienced Barbers to take care of 3 your trade. Not only a good clean shave, but the best hair cutting establishment in the city. A Porcelain Bath. The, only one at the service of the public in Crawford county. Always neat and clean and partic spgular pains is taken tte# to keep it so. /V ^1 MSf? Oftazmnt' [j Sterling Silver Hat Mark«,.:..... 30o Sterling Silver TMmbles, affe Sterling Silver Bonnet Brushes 1.05 3ierlingSiiver Hair BruBhes.combsS.OO Nickel Watches 8.BO to 7.OO Waltham A Elgin Watchee4.oo to S30 .solid Mlver Watches Coo to $85 Gold Filled Watches. $lo to $25 Solid Gold Watches.'....15.00 to 7^.00 Fine Watch Repairing at the Lowest Rate. Watch Glasses 10c. See our Window Display for latest productions. Make your selections early. No trouble to shpw goods at Two Doors North of Pcist-office. "DWUSOTV, Soxoa. Gome 0. K. BABBEK SHOP, 1 Under Drybread & Co., Drug Store, Main St, Denison, Ia. 3 A 5 Ih And get a good shave and 3 hair cut and a nice hot bath and you will feel like a new man. It is the best place in the city. our Your choice of any of fancy Millinery Ribbons, up to 6oc. until Christmas, at 25c a yard. -4 Sarachon Sisters. "v &>*'X a 1 1 C'