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WASHINGTON LIJQX! WASHINGTON, D. C. It is Trennnntlv asserted ia*d 5 S rove^ infla®nce of congre here I Tt .g f.lly, have declined i^er for a |g0 S A M.v' S^l or come jgo 1 growth" *lsh ren^ &F|T£V^ ,v acre -OF- Coats, Horse Fur Blank- Robes, r'^,i(tens.and $16.00 fur coats now $12.00 $22.00 fur coats now Big reductions in prices on horse blankets, mittens, fur robes and leggins. This Special Sale closes Janu ary 28. SIEYERS & SONS UUiiiii, IOWA. uisvilt* .v.. .. Vll LOOK! •4$ ,9M ,A[S •*,, 1 YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM? So acre farms, clear of incumbrance, and two well im- „f «nrurp:? exchange for larger farms. If you want to sell and take clear your chance farm near Denison 3 in a sense is trj'nd at a right price. linately att» Want to buy a House and Lot? Here are some Snaps: .ion i& Cfoom house, well, barn and one lot, only $800, if taken soon. os^s. House with four large rooms, pantry, closet, good well, lot 50 by 150, coal cement walks, good location, for sale cheap for cash. Anew two story 7 room house, with good lot well located. Make offer. Must soon. pip! Call or write REVIEW OFFICE. 'fill JOHN ROLLINS, Denison, Iowa. MY WORK SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. JOHN FASTJE, CABIN WORK OF ALL KINDS. STOMAS* SMJJLVXNG-, OFFICE' FIXT- USES, ETC. ETC. PRICES JON APPLICATION AND WORK GUARANTEED. WBSS Up to date Tailoring Spring Samples are now in. and also 120 with fair 1 Call and see latest in suit designs. All work done in the latest styles iv:, arid guaranteed to give satisfaction"" Next door to Review offce, Denison, la. I INDUCEMENT-SALE! I Having been in business in Denison one year and having enjoyed the patronage of the good people of Denison even more than I expected and having made many friends, I am now anxious to have more people in Denison and Crawford County use my home made Bread and Bakery goods. For induce ment I will close out my®« Fresh Bread and Cakes every day at 3 loaves for 10 cents Cookies at 7c and 10c per dozen and Pies at 3 for 25 cents- There will be no reduction in weight or sjje. For special orders in and get our prices and I will save you money. it and you will find it out. This Inducement Sale only lasts 30 days. COME! Yours for Business, CARL JUNGERMANN, ®aia)iaiaiafaisiaiaissiSiaisiaiaisiaiaiaisjaMaisiaj*a®jajaMaFaiE!jaEjaiaiaEiajaiaisi(aisaia]ai Closing Oat li shed, sel KTSbSV I know City Bakery. Public Sale. The undersigned will sell at public auction on the Otto Hink farm in section 2,,Washington township, 5 miles south of Denison and 34 miles northeast of Back Grove, on THURSDAY FEBRUARY commencing at coming Mit- Leggins. 2 50 $16.00 $45.00 fur coats now $35.00 16. 1905. 10 o'clock a. m. sharp the following property* One brown mare 10 1250 years old, weight lbs 1 grey mare 9 [200 years old, weight 1 roan mare 7 1350 years old—above mares have all been bred 1 black mare years old, 1 gelding one black mare weight years old, old heifers, 6 yearling heifers and of which 8 4 years old. weight 1300, bay mare coming three years old colts 45 head of cattle con sisting of three milch cows, 3 24 two-year- steers coming years old 9 calves 100 are brood sows and have been b^d to a thoroughbred Duroc Jersey boar. Two wagons, spring wagon, one seated buggy, Champion binder, riding plow nearly new, 3 and 18 walking plows, inch, 3 130 hay loader, hay tedder feed grinder with 4-horse pover. standard mower, hay rake, hay rack, hog rack, bob sled, and corn sheller, about 2000 about 12 You can hardly find a home without its Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Parents know what it does for children: breaks Chei-. Pectoi*al up a cold in a single night, wards off bronchitis, prevents pneumonia. Physicians ad vise parents to keep it on hand. The best eouph medicine money can buy is Avor's Cherry PeevM-iii. Knr the coughs of children uotUinprconlri pn-siblv be better." JACOB SUULU 2se.,sne..8l.09. j. c. AVfSy Pi.Ts greatly aid the Cherry Wrecking up a cold. PUBLIC SaLE. We, the undersigned, will sell at Public Auction 021 the Sievers* Farm II miles east of Arion, 51 miles south west of Cenison, Sec. 81, Denison tp known as the old Gillette Farm, on WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 1905, Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, the following property: One hundred and twenty head of cat tle, consisting of 51 cows and heifers in calf or with calves at side. 26 Hereford steers coming two years old. Thirteen steersand 19 heifers coming one year old. Seven thoroughbred Hereford bull calves. Five Hereford calves. Sev enty Spring barrows and sows 28 Fall shoats. Four colts coming two years old. One new Deere corn planter, new Alogul grinder, new Clean Sweep hay loader, New Gorham seeder, land roller, Deering corn binder, Keystone side de liyery rake. FREE LUNCH AT NOON Terms of Sale: All sums of $10:00 or under, cash, on sums over that amount a credit of one year's time will be giv en on good secured notes bearing 8 per cent, interest. 18, $*. ms s'v ers Ells J. D. SIEVERS H. W. DOIDGE W. J. MCAIIREN, Auct. SEARS MGHENRY, Clerk. JOHN B. DAVIS. W. J. MCAHREN, P. T. HOBERT, Aucts. », Public Sale. The undersigned, away, will offer at farm 1 mile south Kiron, on yearling heifers, 14, 16 section steel harrows bushels of corn in crib, -ozen chickens', 3 3 sets of harness. fly nets, saddle, household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. Free lunch at noon. J. H. HINK. W. J, MCAHREN, A GEO. NAEVE, Clerk. Kodol Dyspe Digests what, 011 eat. lylatjilia Chis Kehr made Omaha last week. Saratoga, Ind. AVER co., All clni',-eists. Lowell. Muss. -^snaMaataaama iOl Throat, Lungs X'ri'lpr. '. PUBLIC TWO DAY'S SALE. The undersigned will offer for sale at Public Auction at. his place in Sec tion Washington tp,, Si miles west of iiuuk Grove, 2i miles ^outh and 1 milo east, of Arioo, Si miles south-east of Dow City, on FlilDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1905, Tweui--tvQ -bead of registered Polled Durham anl"'6bort-Horn cattle 6 bulls Lu tte sa.k, 4 of which ave ready for aervjeg ,and 30 herd of high grade Dur oanai.'spnie good milch cows with calf loot: some good suckling calves: 2 yeurlirijf steers and a number of heifers yarry&'g first calf. Eighty brood sows and a lot of shoats: 2 thoroughbred Polled China, b^ars. Ask for catalogue of above cattle. The tirst day will be devoted to the abovi mentioned cattle and hogs and on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1905, We will oiler for sale rny farm imple" ments: 1 Troy wagon, aimost new 2 Moline wagons 1 top buggy on spring vagoc: 2 binders one McCormick, has only cut 25 acres of wheat 2 planters, oue has only planted 45 acres 2 16-inch walking plows, one almost new 1 18 iuch 4-horse riding plow: 2 corn plows ldisc, 1 Sterling seeder 1 Twentieth Century hay stacker aud bucks Mc Cormick mower and rake 18-foot iron harrow, can be changed into a 17 foot One span of half-Clyde mares, 12 year^ old, weight 2800 3 half-blood coach mares one 3-year-old half coach geld ing: one 'blood coach colt, 1 year old: two mares 15 years old. Four of those mares were bred last season. About 30 tons of prime timothy hay and some alfalfa. One fanning mill: 7 stands of bees 290 bu. wheat, two or three hun dred of oats some seed corn about 30 bu. of Ohio grown potatoes. A lot of canned fruit and household goods an organ sewing machine chairs bed steads bed springs carpets and rugs clocks, lamps, dishes and many other things too numerous to mention- One set double harness, almost new 2 sets leather fly nets 1 good set driving har ness and all kinds of small farm tools 8 do-/, brown Leghorn chickens and some cockerels. FREE LUNCH AT NOON Terms of Sale: All sums of $10 and under, cash on sums over that amount one year's time will be given on ap proved notes bearing 8 per cent, inter est. Conveyance will be furnished to and from Buck Grove and Arion on first day of sale to those coming from a distance on train. intending to move Public Sale on the and 3^ mile west of THURSDAY FKB. and 1 commencing at 2 16, ^05. 10 4 2 o'clock sharp a. m. the following described property head of horses consisting of on.e road team coming 5 and hogs 6 coming 7 years and two' ponies and 8 years old. 37 cattle consisting of head of 10 milch cows, 5 steers, 5 3 New Departure cultivators, corn planter, with rods wire, Gorham seeder, inch 1000 bushels corn 5 calves, two 2 year old 2-year old heifers, 1 Aberdeen Angus bull and 8 yearling steers. 15 head of shoats, cook stove, couch, rocker, chairs, wash machine and other household goods etc. too numerous to mention. Also 35 tons hay. Clean Sweep hay loader riding plow, stirring plow, cultivator. Tiger hay rack, fanning mill, pair bob sleds, 2 platform buggies, Empire cream separator,hand corn sheller Piano binder, Deering mower, wagon box and other articles. Also about chickens Free lunch at noon. Te,ms—All sums of live dollars and under'cash on sums over that amount 1 year's 'time will be given on bankable notes bearing 8 per cent interest. gPI" '^Pf" Mr. Chris Nissen was a Denison visit or Friday. Henry Pithan of Charter Oak spent Sunday with his son John in our city. Mr. J. C. Williams has moved to De loit where he will make his fntnre home. Miss Moguard of Brogan was a Council Bluffs passenger Tuesday morning. Mr C. A. Shives who has been on the sick list for several weeks is recovering rapidly and expects to be out again S00D' ,s Mr andMrp. John Woolley have mov ed into one of the houses on Mr: Wulf's farm where they will live the coming year. Mr. Woolley intends working for Mr. Wulf. mm a business trip to -vTVc-v A1 Cadwell has been appointed to carry the mails between the post office and the depot. W. B. Barstow was in the eastern part of Iowa on business last week returning Saturday. Prof. J. C. Richter attended the teach er's meeting in Charter Oak Saturday fternoon. Grandma McNertney has been very sick and her sons John and Maurice have both been here with her. A son was born to Martin McNertney and wife on Monday, January and a son to Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Robertson on Wednesday February 1st. Miss Amy Dibble, preceptress of the Denison Normal College, spent Saturday and Sunday with her friend Miss Fannie Potter of Manilla high school W. Saunders' farm house caught fire Thursday morning from the flue, burning a hole in the roof several feet square before it could be extingui.-hed. Christ Grage marketed a car of hogs and a car of cattle in Omaha Friday, for which he received a good price. Mr. Grage is a good stockman and understands feeding anc handling his stock to the best advantage. Yail' John Cranny made.a business trip to Denison Monday, Dr. Wler is attending Uncle Johnnie Brogan, near Boyer who is very sick. His age is against him, being eighty three. F. J. Garey, of West Side was in town on business Mondav Glynn Bros, sold their drug store last week to Dr. F. L. Adams, of Cur •ew, Iowa, and Dr. L. M. Glynn also sold to him his medical practice, but will remain here for six weeks to as sist Dr. Adams, after which he will go Davenport to practice. The drug firm will be known as The Vail Drug Co R. H. McCormick's parents, who were here visiting him, returned to their home in Belle Plaine last week. Dr, Adams-Is expecting his wife and household goods this week and will occupj the Doherty property recently vacated by Dingmau. The Hard Times club dance Friday night was fairly well attended and all had a good time. James McKone, of Centerville, S. D. is visiting relatives and friends here. A card party will be given by the Ladies Sodality next Friday night on invitation. Mr. Wm. Shove has been suffering from an attack of the grip lately. John Molseed sold his farm land last week and will go to South Dakotasoou, Mrs. Molseed has purchased the re sidence property of Dr. Glynn. Joe Duffy is moving the old building back from the store building and will fix the property for a business house. The Miller Merry Makers showed to a good bouse here two nights last week Father Newman, who was assisting Father Murphy, left for San Franciso last week, to see his niece, who is sicit. Dr. J. M. Glynn was laid up Satur day and Sunday with the grip, but was able to be out again Monday. John Fitzpatrick had a siege of grip last week. Mrs. John Champion is confined to her bed with the grip. Dick McGuire. who is in the hospi tal at Council Bluffs is some better of his rheumatism and will soon be able to sit up. On Wednesday, February 8th, at the Presbyterian parsonage, occured the marriage of Mr. Neal Crampton and Miss Edith Dunham, Rev. w. J. Cres well performed the ceremony whicn united these happy lives in tne pres ence of immediate relatives at threes o'clock. Tracy Dunham acted as lii-oomsman and Miss Edna Crampton acted as bridesmaid. The wedden stu per was served at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Be!) Crampton, where the relatives of the contracting parties regaled themselve on the best the season affords. They will be at home on the Cramp ton farm, south of town, after Man:1: first The bride is a daughter of Mr nud Mrs. S n,. Dunham, living tw: miles west of Vail, and a lovely lady hi every way fitted to become a helpmate in life for the man ot her choice Their many friends join with the Review in wishiug God speed and bou voyage to this happy pair. Miss Bessie Barsby, of Dunlap is visiting her friend, Miss Edna Crampr ton for a few days. Goodrich 4 dozen J. P. LARSON, COL A. S. TEAQUIST, Auct, W. J. SANDBERG, Clerk, 5-2TJ Mr. and Mrs. Cose visited at L. F. Morris Tuesday. L.M. Morris and daughter. Miss Lo vicie and Mrs. W C. Lee were in Deni son shopping and calling on old friends Wednesday. Among those of our young paople who have been taking advantage of the beauti ful moonlight nignts and fine sleighing were Strongs, Finks and Beamans they also took in the lyceum at Deloit Wednes day evening. Mrs. W, C. Lee returned to her home in Minnesota Friday morning, she came in response to a telegram sent her, 'if she wished to see her mother alive to come at once" in an hour she was ready to start and rode twelve miles in a blizzard to an other town to catch a train, beating the usual time 12 hours, but came to late her mother being dead almost as soon as the telegram was sent, a telegram was also sent to Mrs. W. R. Hensen but she could not get here in time for the funeral so de cided not tof ccme. Mrs S. D. Newton the eldest daughter who has been ho pie for some time returned to her home Fri day. Thus leaving the father and young est daughter alone. Isaac Newton is the guest of L. M, Morris. Miss Mamie Leonard visited Miss Lo vicie Morris from Saturday uutil Monday. Miss Sadie Newton visited relatives in Boyer Sunday. Claus Grill week. Rev. Stone and Evangelist Bartle*t and Mr. and Mrs. Litt Dunbar visited at Newtons Thursday. VJ*-' Wane Snell is in the southern part of the state visiting. GUSTAV SCHLOTHFELDT DEAD The northern part, of the county was saddened last week by the death of Mr. Gustav Schlothfeldt of Kiron. Mr. Schlothfeldt was born in Scott county Iowa, Aug. 1877, lie afterwards moved to Ida Grove where his par ents are now living. On March 31, 1901 he was married to Miss Maggie Scliroeder a daughter of Jurgen Scliroeder of Schleswig. For the past two years he has been manager of Wm. Schroeder's saloon at Kiron, which he conducted in an orderly, law abiding manner, he was a straightfor ward, kind and honest man and had no enemies. On Sunday Jan. 29 he was taken with pneumonia and al though he received the best of medical attention he died on Friday evening, Feb. 3. He leaves a wife and one child a boy 9 months old, a brother, andjliis parents at Ida Grove. The remains were taken to Schleswig where services were held at the new church, after which interment was made in the Nissen cemetery. The funeral was very largely attended several being present from Denison and a large number from Kiron and viciuitv. THE WEATHER. Prof. W. C. Van Ness sends us the following report of the weather for the first week in February Low tem peratures. Teb. 4th, —29. fV Feb. 5th. —0. Feb. ist, —17. Feb. 2nd, --37 Fob. 3rd.—15, Feb. 7th.—25, "f JaSgFeb. 6th Prof. Van Ness has also furnished us with some interesting weather com parisons which we shall be pleased to publish next week. Sunday evening at the time the churches closed their evening servi ces, there was a beatuiful display of frost in the air. Above each of the street lamps perpendicularly from 100 to 500 feet in height, there was a col umn of light very much like a steamer of northern lights. It was caused by the light of the lamp being reflected by the irost in tne air. The view of the town from the college was very beau tiful. Pillars oi light stood over each street lamp, even though the lamp it self was invisible. NEWS OF TO-DAY Oklahoma and Indian Territory have been admitted to the Union as one state. New Mexico has also been ad mitted, leaving Arizona as the only territory in the United States proper. The. House will probably pass a bill against railroad discrimination and to regulate freight rates to day. It will thtn be up to the Senate. The Atlantic liner Duunra struck on the rocks off the coast of Novn and many lives are reported lest In Russia the strike situation is A11 O O FOR entertained ..relatives las: Otto Lincke has moved his' family and household goods to Omaha. Mrs B. Beaman is on the sick list. Mrs. H. Fink is having a siege with the rheumatism. Barnkamper and Fink shipped cattle Monday. Albert Winey and wife visited his mother Sunday who is so feeble. Robert Anderson and Anna were in town Friday. Still very bad. The Governor of Finland was assassinated on Monday, and sixty four were either killed or wounded in riots in polish cities. In Caucasia the situation is becoming'grave. In St Petersburg matters have quieted down. Severecold prevents-lighting in Man churia and only small skirmishes are reported. insurrection in the Argentine Republic has bsen quelled The bill uas b»eii signed allowing thp Rosebud' settlers until May 1st to make settlement. The cold and snow seems to be eral over the entire United States, gen- More rain fell in Arizona last week than that territory usually has in a a year. The same was true of South ern California. OneMinuteCough Cure For Coughs, Colds and Croup» GUIDE. THE PURCHASE OF A FIREARM isourel&borately illustrated 140 page STEVENS HOOK. This manual of ca iy reference describes the most complete and varied I .ine of single shot I Rifles Pistols Shotguns etc., the output of one manufacturer. rom the STEVKNS-Maynard, Jr. rifle of the boy shoot* t*r, to the heavy, fancy Stevens target rifles oftheworld's 9 .l-.umpion shots, the identical high standard of excellence is tigidly maintained. 1 3 E E N S I E A S I :re sold by all sporting goods and hardware dealers. 1 .Vik them for our make—insist on getting it* Don't be *.utotfwith something "Just as good The feet that Jtuvcns Arms arc GUARANTEED FOR QUALITY I should prompt you to be sure to specify this time honored brand. Send two 2c. stamps for Stevens Book and Rifle Puzzle. J. STEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL CO. P.O. Box 4091 Cnicopee Falls, Mass., U. S. A. NOTICE FOR BIDS. —Notice is hereby given that sealed bies will be received by the Township Clerk up to 10 o'clock a. m. Saturday, Feburary 11, 1905, for superintending1 of roads of Denlsou township, Crawford county, Iowa, for one .year beginning the first Monday in April. The bldsj to per day with and without team.f The Board of trustees reserves the) right to reject any or all bids. Dated this 21st day of Jan. 1905. TOM FITZPATRICK, 3-4T R. F. D. No. 3, Denison, la. V•ygfrT .': I rwblic Sale. The undersigned will sell at public auction on their place in Stockholm townsnip, section 26, 2 miles south of Ells, 3 miles south of Bover, 6 miles northeast of Deloit and 7 miles*north west of Vail on WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1905 commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. the following described property: One span dapple grey geldings, com ing 5 years old, weight 2700, span bays II hands 13 years old, weight 2600, 2 greys one 11 years old, weight 1260 and one 14 years old, weight 1100, bay first class Percheran brood mare with foal,j weight 1450. coming 8 years old one foal out of above mare, weight 900, 1 year old April 1st. span bay geld ings, weight 2G00 6 good milch cows, somyfresh, 19 steers, heifers and calves, 50 thoroughbred Duroc Jersey sows, all with pig by a Duroc Jersey Mar, 20 shoats, Duroc Jersey boar with pedi gree 1 dozen chickens new Piano binder -Deering and 1 new Jones mower, new corn planter with 80 rods wire, Rock Island riding plow, 16-inch stubble plow, pulverizer, seeder. 2 tongueless cultivators, hay loader, .150 feet cable hay stacker and traps, 2 hole corn sheller with horse power and traps, feed grinder, one 3 and one 2 set harrow, 3 lumber wagons, two-seated huggy, hay rake bob sled, one round Iron and on 12 foot wooden tan-', 3 set harness, single harness. 3 fly nets about 500 bushel corn, some oats, abni 12 tons hay in stack, household gooas and other articles too numerous to mention. Free lunch at ll o'clock. Terms as usual. CARL & ERNST SCHROEDER. W. J. MCAH'REN. Auct. v. 6-2* ^3 "A.V Public Sale. The uhdersigned will sell at public .-.uotion on the F. P. Larson farm in section 25. Otter Creek township, 4 miles north of Deloit and 4 miles south of K:ron. on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1905. commencing at 12 o'clock, noon the* following property: One team, 12 years old, weight 1100 each, 1 mare, 11 years old, weight 1400, 1 horse, 11 years old, 1400, 1 horse 6 years old, weight 1200, 1 mare 6 years old, weight 1350. 9 milch cows, 5 spring calves, one yearling steer, one thoroughbred Shorthorn bull. 140 head.^.H of hogs. 4-hole corn sheller with 8 horse power, three 16-inch stirring plows, 3 cultivators. 2 mowers, fanning mill, feed grinder, cornplanter with check rower and one hundred and sixty rods wire, hay loader, hay rake, binder, 2 lumber wagons, bob sled, hay stacker and rope, 2 hay racks, hog rack, 3 sets work harness, set buggy harness. 500 bushjls corn in crib, ten tons of hay, 4 feed boxes, set of blacksmith tools. Terms will be announced on day of sale. J. P. JONES, Trustee W. J, MCAHREN, Auct. 6-LT* Administrators Sale. The undersigned will sell at public avction on Ernst Lehmann's farm miles north of Denison east of the Illinois Central R. on THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23. 1905. commencing at 10 a. m. the following described property to-wit: One gray mare 6 years old, one black geld ng years old, one bay gelding 12 years old, one span of gray horses 12 years old, 40 head of catte, 12 good milch cows, 5 yearling steers, 4 year ling heifers, one year old shorthorn bull, 18 yecrling heifer calves, one De Laval cream separator, 2 lumber wagons, one nearly new. one two seat-'-V ed buggy, top buggy, self binder, corn planter with 120 rods of wire, seeder, pulverizer, 3 section harrow, riding plow. 2 stirring plow.-:, 2 tongueless (nltivators, grass mower, hay rake, bob-tied, corn sheller with horse power feed grinder, hay rack, hog rack, some tons of millet hay, 3 sets worm harness, 3 sets fly nets, nd many other articles., Free lunch at noon. Terms as usual. WM. SCHURKE HERMAN POPKEN Administrators. W. J. MCAHREN, Auct FOR SALE. Thoroughbred Short-Horn Hulls. Eligible to record. Come and ^co them. (-4t "utti"'* Early Risers The famous little pills. ".'V JiorsiN'soN BROS, Denison, Rte. 1.