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DENISON AND VICINITY
Dr. L. L. Bond visited Vail on Fri day. D. P. Robinson, of Manilla, is in this city to day. Fred Paulsen, of Back Grove, visited Denison Monday. Dr. Saunders, of Manilla, is spending the day in Denison. Mrs. Bradbury and family arrived to day from New Sharon. Rt member the Coterie club meets Thursday with Mrs. Max Sime Miss Minnie Tannery visited sunaay afternoon with her sister at Dunlap. Geo. Knight is one of the Charter Oak people brought to Denison by court business. Mr, Cbas. Robertson, of Charter Oak, is a pleasant Denison caller. Denison received a visit from Chas. Weed, of Charter Oak yesterday. Mrs. McKnight, of Dunlap, visited with Dr. Huldah Davis on Sunday. Dr- J. I. Gibson will make a brief business trip to Des Moines to-morrow. Green McAhren reports that the new bus and transfer system is working well. l"- Hermann Popken, of Charter Oak, was in Denison yesterday visiting his friends. Mr. Wm. Pithan, one of the demo cratic leaders of Charter Oak, was in town to day. Dr. Huldah Davis ieft to spend the holidays at Essex, Iowa. on yesterday her home in W. C. Pollock has just received an other flue Duroc-Jerse}* boar from Par nell, Missouri. The case of Ruchte vs. Romans Bros, has attracted many Charter Oak people to Denison this week. Mr. J. H. Holmes is enjoying a visit his cousin, Mr. Floyd Atwill and his wife, of Paulding, Ohio. Mrs. Rohns returned to her home in Nevada after a pleasant visit at the home of Mrs C. Green. Three Wilson brothers, J. W. A. and J. D.,all of Charter Oak, are among Denison's visitois today. "X Mr. Edgington, of Mapleton, is in Denison today as a witness in the case Ruehti vs. Romans Bros. The literarv societies ol' the colleges are to have a debate to-morrow evening at the' chape!. Admission 10 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bowen, of Carroll were most welcome visitors at the Ta bor and Meyers households on Sunday. Thos. Boylan, Manning's promising and.xiS'.Ug attorney, made Denison a visit. Saturday, the guest of his brother. A large number of Denison Masons went to Dunlap Friday evening where they enjoyed the hospitality of their asonic brothers. ey Nv E. Westcott leaves tomorrow for a business trip on the Moville branch of the Northwestern, after which he will 'return home for the Holidays. Every one should attend the prelim inary declamatory contest of the High School which takes place at the Metho dist church on Thursday evening. We understand that the sewer con nections at the new school were put in a few inches too high and that the work had to be done over again, The Domino Club will give a fare well party to Mr. I L. Pease tonight. About sixty'five young people have "been invited. The party will be given at the home of Mrs. J. B. Romans. T. A. Harris brother of Rev. J. B.. who has been visiting in Denison and other Iowa points the past week, re turned this afternoon to his new home in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Married—On Monday, December 18, Mr. Charles II. Pruter, of HayR town ship, and Miss Dora Lammers, of Car roll county. The ceremony was per formed bv Just'ce Gulick. Mrs. J. G. Wvgant and son Ronald returned on Mon ay from a six week's visit in Arkansas. Miss Edith is visit ing her sister, Mrs Ayleswortli in Coun cil Bluffs, but will return to Denison in a few days. The Fergo House now presents its guest witl1 a liandfome printed bill ol' fare for ils Sund'iy dinners. The menu for last Sunday was so attractive that it fairly made thrf poor editor's mouth water. S. L. Gable anticipates a very pleas ant Holiday week as he expects three sons to return to Denison for a family reunion. G. II. Gable will come from Council BluiFs, Louis Gable from Genoa, Nob., and S L. Jr., from South CHRISTMAS WEEK. This is Christmas week, the jolliest and merriest of all the year. We be lieve there is hundred times more pleas ure in buying things for loved ones, in thinking how much pleasure we are go ing to give others and in anticipation of the surprises in store for us than there is in the actual receipt of gifts. This has been a good year for nearly every family in Crawford county, and there is no reason why every stocking should not be filled with Christmas de lights. You will not save any money by shutting your purse with a snap a} Christmas time. The joy and the good will of the season will lengthen your days and lighten your heart, and make those about you do more for you in the future if you only let them, A mean m^n is always at his worst at Christmas time because his conduct is so in con trast with the spirit of the occasion. Loosen up—Do not go into debt, but spend your spare change, for as Inger soil once said "love is the only invest ment that pays ten per cent to lender and borrower both." I. O. O, F. OFFICERS. The following are the iv chosen officers for the ensuing year: N. G. no. Mount V. G., II. W -au.-ail secretary, Adolph Stueber treasurer, Johll Baker. THRfcE INDICTMENTS. The erand jury adjourned on Satur day noon haviug found three indict ments. Frank liaaley aud Robert Pickerint weiK indicted for the robbery of Parker II. Dexter near the depot Nov. 24th. Peter Lawrenson was indicted for burglarizing the house of Garrett Jaus sen near West Side. Clyde Hoffman and Era Barsby were indicted for assault with intent to com niit great bodily injury upon thep rson of A. A. Conrad at Arion. The prisoners were arraigned on Mon day and the trials will take place next week. Hon. B. I. Salinger, of Carroll, was in Denison to day. Geo. Rae, of Dow City,was a Denison visitor yesterday. Patrick Grainger, of Kenwood, was a pleasaut caller in Denison today. The scarlet 'fever quarantine was raised today frbih N.J.Wheeler's home. Born, on Tuesday, Dec. 19, to Mr. and P. II. Rank, a son. We extend congrat ulations. George McIIenry returned on Monday evening from his studies at the Chicago University for the Christmas holidays. R. Kuaul, who has been suffering for the past mouth from blood poisoning, has so far recovered as to be able to be about again attending to holiday trade. Services at Trinity Episcopal church next Sunday evening, Dec. 24th, at 7:30 o'clock. The services will be that of Christmas Day.' All are kindly invited Mrs. L. Bobbins, of Dudenville, Mo., is visiting at the home of John Goff this week, having arrived Saturday. She was at one time a resident of Craw ford county and has many friends who were pleased to meet her. Messrs. Wm. Rolls and W. E. Fishel, of Dow City, came upon the Central to day to attend to business matters. They say the new trains are a great conven ieuce to Dow City people wishing to ^transact business in Denison. Otto Knaul has been in Denison this week on business, rie leaves this after noon for his home in Guthrie Center, but will return on Thursday accom panied by W. C. Lyle aud they will spend the holidays with Deniso- friends. Ilenry and Ed Davis, of Defiance, Iowa, were in Denison Monday and purchased of J. P. Jones his imported Shorthorn cow. Miss Daisy 2GG24. The price paid is $150.00 Davis Bros, are experienced breeders of Shorthorns and good judges of cattle. Rev. Judd held services at the Epis copal church on last Sunday, both morning aud evening. As it was not generally known the congregations at both services were not large. The reverend gentleman preached a very strong sermon in the evening. In the mayor's court this morning Frank McIIue, a railroad workman,was arraigned on the clui'ge of receiving stolen property. The property in ques tion was a coat stolen from Iliepen'3 saloon aud winch was found iu Mc llue's possession. The mayor lined him $10 and costs. '•::.-7 Dakota. Contractor Atkinson will turn the After today the Review force will be new High School building over to the kept busy printing Sime's Oneakt Sale school board tomorrow. The work has Slip. About 50,000 have been ordered been satisfactorily done and is a credit for use in Denison and wherever they to our city. The seating and fitting is have been shown by agents in other! still to be done before the building is towns they sold readily. There is no ready for occupancy. We understand doubt, but that Mr. Sime has struck a that Mr. Atkinson's workmen go to Los good thin a and something thftt every! business man needs. 4i I •. .'i*',s i- .-S Married, on Thursday, December 14, 1891), Mr. Gustav Eiokert, of Morgan township, and Miss Dora Voss, of Otter Creek township. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rickert and is a industrious young man, while the bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voss. We extend sin cere congratulations to these young people and wish them every success aud happiness in life. Anojelos, California, where the firm has the erection of a 4150,000 court house. mm 1 j. A ma&m., -t THE DENISON REVIEW, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1899. ILLINOIS CENTRAL T.Mfc CARD. Time of arrival and departure of trains at Denison: GOING EAST: No. 34. Ft. Dodge Passenger... 11.40 a. m. No. 54. Through Freight 10 50 p. m. No. 98, Local Freight ,2.14 p. m. UOING WEST. No. S3. Omaha Passenger 5.38 p. No. 53. Through Freight— 11.46 p. m". No 97. Local Freight 9.55 a.m. Opera House THURSDAR EVE, DECEMBER 21st. Mr. JOSEPH MULLER Representing for the *7. first time her the laugh iest of all farce com edies A. Oswald, Fashionable Tailor, Denison, loiva. Over Postoffice Dr. L. L. Bond Office over Bank ol'Denison. Fancy China. We carry a large line of Fancy China Bowls, Cups and Saucers, Vases and other ornamental and useful articles at popular prices.—R. Knaul. Farm lor Sale Cheap A good 80 acre farm under cultiva tion iu east part of Woodbury county, $26 per acre. $250 down, balance on easy payments. Must be sold. For particu lars. Addiess, E. C. LOGAN. Correctionville, Iowa. Holiday Perfumery More thau one hundred different kinds of fancy packages, to select from. A five hundred dollars stock of the choicest perfumes and toilet waters •J oni relcome to look at it at all times "THE HOYS", Department Store, Main Street. 'J' Cattle For Sale. 2 1 have tor sale 126 head of cattle at Denison, Iowa, consisting of 8 steers, 99 heifers. 1 cow, 20 calves, 1 thorough bred Shorthorn cow and 2 thorough bred bull calves, which I will sell for cash or on time The cattle are all high grades and good colors, mostly all red or roan. Also two teams of good heavy horses. J. P. Jones. Vases, Candelabria. Cups and Sau cers, Fancy Plates, Trays etc. at R. Knaul's Drug Store, Peloubnt's not-s for 19G0 onS -S.les sons for $1 at Johnson's. Four rooms to rent, office. Inquire at this 99-lm Wanted. A youns: man 15 years of age to learn tailoring trade. A. Oswald. Canaries, Canaries Just received a new lot of Hartz Mountain and Andreasberg Canaries —Come and hear them sing. R. Kuaul. Phaeton lor Sale. Almost new. Inquire of A. M. Chris tensen, Deuison, Iowa. 99 4 Watches $2 50 at Campbell's. Heating and Lighting. Gurney hot water heater Swem Gas machine. Refer to T. J. Garrison. R. Knaul and U. G. Johnson Send for circulars. Then. Walker, 99.4 .Y' Denison, Iowa. For Sale Cheap. One new Majestic Range, one Western washer aud wringer, glusH fruit jars, 3 rockers, china cupboard, cooking utensils* kitchen tabic and chairs. 99lf Mrs. D. P. Frame. Chester Whites tor Sale. 10 boars and 15 sows, all thorough bred. Jairtes McKim, Deloit. We would like to have every man who wears artics and overshoes see our line before they buy. We have thrf best in the market. ''The Boys." Celluloid Goods A large assortment of Toilet Rets, Cuff and Collar boxes, Glove and Hand kerchief cases and late novelties in Celluloid at all prices.—R. Knaul. Luutl For Sale. I have for .sale three choice farms in Crawford county. Easy terms. J, B. Bahiustt. Office in McIIenry Bank Building. Poland China Boars. One yearling and live sprint boars for sale at my residence 3J miles south of Deuison. Wm. Lowues. Parsnips, carrots, Rutabagas, cab bage, always to be had at 93tf THE BOIS. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Dec. 15. Delrt'iia Howe and husbund to \Y It Temple, lot 0, blk 118. Denison, ¥340. Loues Keln to A Cooper, lot 7, blk a. Cliurtcr Oak, $1,000, (i Shumaker amd wife to John Bolieu, imd of sw 4, Willow twp, $1M)0. WeBtemTowu Lot Co to Geo Sciford, lots 11 and 11. blk 7, Rlcketts. $135. Aug SchulU aud wife to Otto Scliultz n'/t sw tie 4, Hanover twp. $3000. Dec. 1(1. Henry Grrve and wife to Of Conry lot 14, blk 5, Boyer, ?500. John Bolleu and wife and McMahon to Geo Sohelm. nu of M. Willow tWD. 830 a. SUKXiO O k'. tr U"1 v.'ife I II A in. .!niilHa.ST2i. nimU-is, lots 5-t. blk Yc Old Reliable Clothing House 5 W A THE GIRL FROM CHILI. Replete with New and Up-to-Date Specialties. A sunburst of laughter, fun and sensation-Songs Dances and Specialties. 1 Opera House I CHRISTMAS Latest novelties in Opal, China, Cello loid and Fancy Glass. R. Kuaul. Farm For Rent. Fine 300 acre grain and stock farm, located between Denison and Deloit. Inquire of E. Try our 93 tf FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Combination Book Cases. Largest Line ever shown. ^Bedroom Suits in Oak, Maple, White Enamel, Elm. Side Boards, Chiffoniers, Parlor Sets, Mantel Mirrors, oval and oblong, latest style Couches from $5.50 up, Rocking chairs $2.25 up. FINK, 96 -8t* Denison, Iowa. BARGAINS in new and second hand Heaters and Cooks at Wygant's. 78tf 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, They Are Not All Bums but the finest Albums that Cassaday & Co. are selling so low. & Bugle cranberries. THE BOYS. For Sale. 42 acre farm one half mile south of Denison. Good house. Well improved. Address Robert McKim, Lake City, la She Gave Him aCuff bos and got it at Cassadays'. line in the city. Finest Apples, the best that can be had in New York, still on hand. 93 tf THIS BOYS For Sale. A House and lot. Also a desirable residence lot. Inquire ot 83tf A. D. Raxdall. French Victor Perfumery in cut glass and Boheman ware bottles at Cassaday & Co's. Cotton lianuel mitts, double thumbs and double palms. The best and cheap est at "The Bovs I)t's. Huldah and Otis E. Davis, Os teopaths, Denison, Iowa. Office over Tom Lister's shop. In Denison, Mon days. Wednesdays and Fridays of each week Examination and consultation free. 73 tf One Superb Art Calendars go with a purchase. See them at Cass aday & Co'^ WOOD WAXTEBP. We could use miini er of loads of wood should any of our .bs"ribers de sire to turn it on subscription. special mtcction N Denison, To the Vou-r ol tle itv Iowa: You are hereby ...titied accord auce with law, tha. there w.il be a hpecialEtectlon held Tuesday Jan. 9. 1900, at which me the question of sranting a franchise to the Odebolt telephone Co, to operate a telephone exchange aud toll lino in the city of Dpnisnn wit: be voted on pro pop 90-hv c,i\s KJ.mmim,, Mayor. .,r -ia* •'US* jV, i-A i, igfepp Are Ye Genial Proprietors and is ye Place wherein to buy Clothynge that 4 1V- Pritures Framed While You Wait. Maketh Ye Hearte gladdye and Ye Bodie warme. Many Foike know little concerning Clothynge, wheth er it be of Woole or Ye 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 selle. For twentie Yeres have Folke boughten Cloth-k ynge at this Shoppe and nobodie has ever gotten Ye worst of it. Haugh & Kemming. sm??nmmwwwmmmwwmwnm?w?mi SIFTS. Tmmmmmmmmmmmisz 1 O O H. H. KLINKER. Campbell's Irg Store. You can buy until January ist, 20-year Gold fill ed Watched, Elgin or Waltham movement, from i|S| $12.00 up. Nickel Cased Watches from $2.50 '"J up. Wm. Rogers' best knives and forks $4.00 per set, table spoons $2.50 per set. Desert spoons $2.00 per set, Tea spoons $1.00 per set. Finest line of Diamonds, Jewelry and Sil ver novelties in Denison. Prices the lowest. pj| NO OLD STOCK to select from. Engraving free. Remember 5 per cent, of our gross re ceipts goes the Toor. O. )Jll). Campbell. Two Doors North of P. O., Denison, !a. '-VWWWWW^W snnxnrixiinxNTixhn3T i'S^nlxtniz^:xTOxflVTXfln£fllf£?Nl3Snn:£fffl£)nf3£Tyn: Handkerchiefs W hat makes a nicer present for wl^Rspiii your friends than a dainty Handkerchief? We have nice assortment of elegant pattern at Sarachon i.: k.h9 ^K- fr 3 '4 1 i! titS "I fi $ A' t-l M'jt A 4 .'I I Ji 91 m''