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The Denison review. [volume] (Denison, Iowa) 1867-current, December 23, 1903, Image 7

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Mrs. Vent, wife of Prof. Vent is expect
ed-to arrive about the holidays. She will
be greatly welcomed by he vicinity.
Mrs. 0 Huebner has been ill and con
fined to her bed all week Her friends
are glad to.note that- she is slowly improv
ing.
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Mrs Minnie Cortman, nee Ackelbine,
has been ill at her home in Charter Oak,
her friends are pleased to hear that she is
convalescing.
.H Mr. Quandts entertained a number of
friends one day lest week and to make the
occasion more enjoyable, they tripped the
light fantastic. ^S''
Mr. Hans Namitz is the proud possessor
of a young heir since the 8th, the little one
.was baptized on Sunday last and witness
ed by only a lew relatives. We congratu
%te.
Mr. Robert Glockzein has completed a
very neat and commodious hog-shed, Mr.
Glockzein is among our up-to date farmery
and wishes to have his
stock in comfortable
"quarters.
Mr. Herman Schultz of Eastern Hanover
came paving a serious accident, re
cently: "His little child was walk.ng past
the center tab'e, on wl ich tood a large
and new lamp, the child took the stand
cover with it as it walked Llong, and
''down came the lamp with a crash. Of
course the lamp was broken but no house
stt on fire, and no one hurt, it proved a
very fortunate accident.
F{euis Letter.
Too late for last Issue,
it is said that a cow belonging to L, C.
Butler stumbled over a stump and strained
her milk.
Mrs. Florence Huffman
list-
The children \vho take part in the!
Christmas Cantata met at the church j^.,
Saturday afternoon and Rev. Bachford V.
evening Dec
ill the city hall
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is on the sick
Miss Torrey is up from Wcodbice visit
ing at the Valdo Talcott home.
Word comes from Cariin Talcott that he
is at Billings Montana, where he is work
Ving at his trade and has gained
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are invited to be present on Thursday FOP GtPltgltSj
24.
'Ihe exercises will be,
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pounds in
weight and much improved in health.
Joe Kepford was in Detiison on business
.on Saturday.
Wm. Schouten was at the W, w. Coon
home over Sunday night, attending church
and sang in the choir.
A cantata will be given in the opera
house on Christmas eve.
Mrs. Schouten's
about ihe same, an
be done is Lxnng dore for her restoration
to health
condition remains
jrything that can
Henrv Loidge visaed Omaha Friday to
purchase cattle but prices -.vere too high
for the kind of cattle he wanted.
Mrs R'. F. Baberwas up from Dow City
shopping on Monday.
Charles McHenry stopped over tiains with
his cousin Dr. Coon on MonJay. Charley
will locate in Sioux City soon.
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Perhaps you would like a nice pair of
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SunSpots
Those who have the proper apparat
us aud carefully wa£eh the appearame
of the
SUD'S
surface, find from time to
time dark spots. These appear either
singly, or more often in groups.
From knff continued observations it
has been discovered that the spots are
much more numerous about eleven rind
one-tenth years. This period is not
absolutely fixed. In the minimum per
iod months will pass without the ap
pearance of even a small one. We are
now approachiog the time when they
may be expected to be seen in greatest
numbers. For the pasfc three years
there have been very few spots that
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could be seeu excepting with quite
powerful apparatus.
The last two classes in astronomy
have not had an opportunity to see a
good sized sun spot while they were
parsuing the study. This fall two very
large spdts appeared in the latter part
of October, and the first of November
there were two groups which had two
very large spots in each.
The preceding cut is a half- one,
made from a photograph of the spots,
which win taken at theeollegc byProf
Colds and
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T. B. ROMANS CO.8
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We have what you want. Look our stock over and be convinced.
What is more useful, beautiful or sensible for an Xmas gift than a good
POCKET KNIFE, RAZOR,
SCISSORS, CARVING SET,
or SILVER PLATED WARE.
SKA TES, AIR RIFLE
!?V OR A SHOTGUN....
f)l\r. US A CALL AND LET OUR SALCSA\L:N SHOW
YOU SO/AE SPLENDID BARGAINS, v.
ggB.-I ROMANS COMPANY,
•ftardWare arjcl Irriplernents, Denisoq, ioWa..
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a-very flue negative was made of the
spots appearing November 4th but at
that time only one group was conspic
uous.
The question naturally arises what
are those spot?? Tho*e who have
studied them carcfully give us some
facts about them. 1st. A sun spot does
not emit as much heat as the surround
ing surface. 2nd. It is very bright
but appears dark because the surround
ing surface is so much brighter. 3rd.
Some of the spots are depressions iq
the apparent surface of the sun i. e.'
the photo-sphere. 4th. Some of the
spots are elevations above the general
surface. 5th. When changes take
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SUN SPOTS NOVEMBER 9, 1903.
Van Nes*, aud ht3 class. Besides this, equal opportunity.—December Star.
place in the form of the fpot-\ or the
spotsappelror disappear r.ipldly, the
earth Is affected by electric storms,
the magnetic heedle is disturbed and
there are often brilliant displays of
the aurora. These facts are some
thing but they do not tell us mucli
after all.
It is a very nice thing that D. N. C.
is equipped so as to give students a
chance to observe each, phenamenu.
Some of our large colleges do not afford
Early Risers
The famous little pills.
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Merry,
Merry
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You need
Something
Nice for
Presents.
.We have them in all sizes and styles.
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All we ask is
that you call
ar.cl let us show
you the largest-
and finest lir.e
of furniture in
Western Iowa.
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THE ijrAME OF
bt.
NICKEL
EDITION
I'ARKIR
BnOinrRS
SMEM, HASS.USA.
Games of All Kind
Amusement for
YOIUHJ AND
Old.
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Over 400 Different Games
Dolls Dolls
Beautiful Do 11
of all makes, at
all prices, big and
little ones. Just
what you wish.
See**Our
Christmas
Bon=Bons.
|f|Drums and Toy
Musical^—:
Instruments
PRACTICAL^
GIFTS
Thats what Anything in the line-of Good Furniture Is
jWE HAVE THIS YEAR SURPASSED ALL OTH=
JERS IN OUR LINE OF GOOD SERVICEABLE
^ARTICLES AS WELL ASTHE FINEST GOODS IN
ITHE FURNITURE LINE
SomeSuggestions for Christmas
Great line of Rockers
(Reed and Wood.)
Upholstered Rockers
In-Leather, Damask and Plush.
Couches! Couches!
All grades and styles to suit any house
Book Cases and Secretaries
Handsomest line ever out, and prices lowest
Something New
Elegant line of French Dressing Tables and
dressers, in Oak and Birdseye Maple
Dining Room Furniture
is always acceptable in any household. We
have the best line.
HOLIDAY NOVELTIES
Such as Pictures, Screens, Easel-,, Taborettes Fancy Fiame^ PedestaK for plants
Foot Stools, Etc.
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C. J. SOLOMON^ Broadway
ANNOUNCEMENT
N the selection of
our Holiday Stock
for this y£ar we
have been careful
to get the best line
that money couid
buy. Have made a
study of what the
people demand for
Christmas & have
bought according­
In to
provethis we invite
you to call and see.
.of the best. Our
line of pipes is com
plete. Never, be-
fore have we had
so large a variety.
Get a box of our
Holiday Gift Cigars
Finecigarand beau
tiful box. The best
line of hand-made
a N in
usad but best of
tobacco, all and
see our store.
C. OTTO, EAST BROADWAY
Bay Now and Have Goods Wrapped and Layed Away Until Christjcp as.
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All we ask is v-.1
that you call
and let us show
you the largest
and finest line
of furniture in
Western Iowa.
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Mechanical Toys
Consisting of everything
imaginable. Toys of every
description. We have the
largest stock in .Crawford
^..Co.unty. :..
Railroad
Trains
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Walking Animals
and Clowns. Doll
houses and kitch
en sets.
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Dishes,
tubs it washboards
Doll Chajrs, etc.
Rocking Horses
Rocking Horses and Carts
for little folks. Christmas
Candies of all kinds. Christ
mas Tree Deconitipns
Toy Animals
in comic make-up. See them
ru'n.
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