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DEATH CALLS HARRY WHITE
Bright Denison Boy Fasses Away
After Frolonged Illness.
On Monday Nov. 19th. occurred
the death of Harry White son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph White of this city.
Death was caused by Bright's disease
and a complication of other diseases.
He was taken seriouslv ill while
working in the Review office nearly
ten weeks ago. While his condition
was serious from the first it was not
until the last few days that his loved
ones gave uohcpj for his recovery.
The funeral services wore held on
Wednesday forenoon at St. Rose of
Lima church. Rev. Father M. J.
Farrelly officiating. A large number
both from Denison and the surround
ing country were present to attest
their affection for the deceased and
•. their sympathy for his afflicted lov
ed ones.
Harry was born in Milford town
ship Dec. 19th, I«S5 and was just
approaching his twenty-first birthday,
He was a bright, intelligent and in
Idustrious lad. At two different times
he worked in the Review office and!
we have always known him to be
faithful to every trust. He was a
very capable young man and was
anxious to rise in his chosen line of
work. Some time ago he went to
Minneapolis where he did exceedingly
well until labor troubles arose and
ne was forced to strike with the
others of his union. He endured
several months of this enforced idle
ness and finally returned to Denison
where labor unions do not^interfere
with the man who wants to work.
He rapidly learned the work of the
Simplex machine and was doing
splendidly at. the time of his illness.
We feel a personal loss in his death
for we had grown to have a strong
affection for him. Especially do we
grieve with the heart-broken parents
and loved ones who have seen him
stricken down at the very threshold
.of his youth and usefulness. His
kindly, genial disposition made friends
for him wherever he went and his
death will be sincerely mourned by
many.
C. L. Voss transacted business in
Sioux City this week.
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Pre-Holiday Book Sale
We liuvc^moYe'than 100 copies of the best books'"published
during the past few years, including such as
'Man from Glengarry''
"Knighthood in Flower"
"Call of the Wild"
Better make your book' purchases now before the Holiday
Season is on.
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I have a fine line of new and second hand Organs which I wish to dispose of
between now and Jan. 1st 1907. Organs from $1000 up. some as good as new and
will be sold cheap to make room. If you are thinking of buying a Piano or Organ,
you should not fail to call and examine my stock of goods.
MY PLACE OF BUSINESS IS IN THE
BASEMENT OF THE McKIM HALL
|M. fiend, £)eni#6ti, Ja.
The Old and Feliabie Music Dealer, Established 1882.
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L. E. Blosser Trades Iowa Lands for
Koeneman Drug Stock.
Mr. L. E. Blosser of Kellogg, Iowa
has traded lands in Adair county.
Iowa for the Koeneman drug stock
on Broadway and has already taken
possession. Mr. Blos.ser appears to
be a most genial gentleman. He has
had much experience in the retail
business and will undoubtedly make
a success of his new venture H:s
son is now completing his course in
Pharmacy and will we be with his I
father in tha stire next saring. Mr.
Blosser will not move his family to
Denison until after this winter, ow
ing to the difficulty in obtaining a
suitable residence. We cv rtainly
welcome him to our city and wish
him abundant success.
Mr. Koeneman informs us that his
family is so pleased with Denison
that he has no intention of leaving
here. He will take, a goo rest for
the present and will engage in some
other business as opportunity shall
direct. Since coming to Denison
Mr. Koeneman has made many friends
who will be glad to learn that he is
to remain with us.
A HAPPY MARRIAGE.
The wedding of Mr. C. W. Tucker
and Miss Margaret Mawxell took
place last evening at the home of
the bride's sister Mrs. G. F. North,
Rev. W. E. Bryce officiating.
Numerous guests were invited and
after the ceremony a most bounteous
wedding feast was served. The happy
couple went to Omaha for a brief
wedding journey and will soon be at
home to their friends on the Chas.
DRUG STORE CHANGES HANDS ESTABLISH MORE ROUTES
McWilliams farm east of Denison.
The bride is a handsome and charm
ing young lady, in every way fitted
to make a splendid help-mate through
life. The groom is a bright and in
dustrious young farmer who has al
ready won the respect of all who
know him.
.PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
Having sold my drug business to
Mr. L. E. Blosser I would request
all those knowing themselves indebted
to me to call on me at the drug store
and make prompt settlement.
W. E. Koeneman.
David Harum' &A''
and many others just as popular that we offer till Dec. 1st
for 50c per copy
Its a Great Bargain in BOOKS
We also liave a fine line of Boy sand girls books and
the newest liction, i-egular many standard adult titles,
Sl.TiO editions for Irani
$1.25 I5c to 50c
Inspector Swenson Hard at Work-—
Will Reorganize Delivery Sys
tem of the County
Mr. Swenson the Post-office In
spector completed the inspection of
the rural routes of Denison last week
and is now at Manilla. He will in
spect all of the twenry-five routes in
Crawford county and will also drive
over those road where the rjutes do
not now run. The object is to es
tablish county service so that mail
will be delivered to every farmer in
the county. We rear it will ba im
possible to do this 011 account of the
condition of some of the roads. Ser
vice cannot bn maintained unless the
roads are kept in good condition.
Mr. Swenson tells us that the carriers
are not expected to carry a shovel
and break the road in the winter
time and that unless patrons lake
enough interest to keep the road open
the carriers are to suspend service
on that part of the route until the
roads are cleared. lie also states
thac the boxes must be conveniently
located for the carrier to deliver mail
without leaving his rig. He found
quite a number boxe3 in bad condi
tion and these patrons will be notifi
ed and they must either put up new
boxes or the service will be discon
tinued. We wish to say. as post
master, that this matter is entirely
outside of our province. so if you gat
a notice do not kick to the postmaster
but put up a new box or place the
old one in good repair. No changes
will be made in the rural l-outes of
the county until spring but at that
time there is apt to be a general
shaking up of the whole system. It
is hoped that Denison will secure
one new route at least that will en
able the farmers of East Boyer town
ship particularly to receive better
service. It is quite probable that
service will be established out of De
loit. We cannot emphasize too great
ly the importance of good roads if
the farmers wish free delivery. We
know of one locality where the in
spector wished to put in a change that
would benefit a number but on ex
amination he found that the roads
were in such condition that he could
not recommend a route there. Road
supervisors should pay particular at
tention to all roads over which car
riers must pass and we would advise
our readers to speak to those in
authority along this line. As the
winter season approaches we wish to
urge the farmres to help the car
rires all they can and to see to it
that the roads are kept open. County
service will be a great boon to the
farmers but it can only he establish
ed by the co-operation of the farm
ers themselves.
WORLD'S TEMPERANCE SUNDAY
Nov. 25th will be observed under
the auFpices of the W. C. T. U. in
the various church of the city. A
temperance sermon will be preached
from each pulpit. Special exercises
will be observed in the Sabbath
schools. In the evening a Union
meeting will be held in the M. E.
church commencing at 7:30 at which
the following program will be ren
dered.
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Opening services conductcd by the
W. C.. T. U. President
Anthem by the Choir
Address Leon Cassaay
Reading Nettie Nicholson
Music, Duet..Mrs. Martin and Miss
Brown
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History of the Temperance Movement
Mrs. Jennie Lunev
Address S. J. Woodruff
Music, Solo Miss Allie Sewell
Reading Miss Johnson
(losing song by choir and congrega
tion.
BE SURE AND SEE JESfS
Before making arrangements for
your sale be sure and see the veteran
auctioneer W. J. McAhren. 77-tf
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THE DENISON REVIEW, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1906.
HOLMES-ADAMS.
Pocomoke, Md. No. 14 —Miss Marie
Heloise Adams, daughter of the late
Dr. F. A. Adams, a prominent phy
sician of Somerset county, was mar
ried today at noon to Col. J. H.
Holmes, of Abredeen, S. D. The
bride was given away by her brother,
Dr. J. Fred Adams, of Baltimore.
The best mi-n was Mr. J. H. Me
Keever, of Moline, III., a nephew of
the groom. The ceremony, which
took place at Essex, the residence of
the bride's mother, Mrs F. A. Adams,
was performed by Rev. Franklin B.
Adkins, rector of the Protestant Epis
copal Church of Easton, Md. No in
vitations were issued, and only the
immediate family were present.
Colonel and Mrs. Holmes took the
2:30 train at Pocomoke City for an
extended tour through the South.
They will be at home at Aberdeen,
S. D., after December 15.—The Bal
timore Sun.
WEDDING.
AN INDEPENDENCE
A pretty home wedding was cele
brated last evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Littell, when
their only daughter. Miss Caroline,
became the bride of Mr. Leon Sim
mons. The ceremony was pronounc
ed at 8 o'clock by Rev. D. W. Fahs,
of the First Presbyterian church.
About forty of the relatives and club
friends of the bride and groom ware
guests of the evening. The bride
wore a beautiful creation of cream
white chiffon and carried a shower
bouquet of bride's roses. The ring
service was employed. Following the
congratulations of the guests, a two
course luncheon was served. The de
corations of the bride's table and
dining room were wh'te. while color
was used in the parlors. Chrysanthe
mums were profusely en-ployed in the
decorations. The out-of-town guests
were Charles Tabor and Miss Grace
Meyers, of Denison Andrew Cham
berlain and wife, of Waterloo, and
Mrs. Frank Aborn. of Sheffield.
Both bride and groom are well
known to the residents of this citv.
where they are counted among our
most popular young people. Both
possess the highest and noblest traits
of character and justly command the
admiration of a wide circle of friends.
The kindest wishes of all will attend
them. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons will
be at home to their friends at the
Littell home after December 1. —In
dependence Journal.
For Rent—Eight room house with
harn and basement. Inquire of
Dwight Partridge. 47-tf
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DON'T OVER LOOK OUR
Randall & Boy Ian,
"THE SURE CURE WATCH DOCTORS"
CALL ON US FOR
Wateketf, f»leek$, fewelry
and Silverware
Musicial Instruments of all kinds.
RANDALL & BOY LA IS
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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
The teacher's club was entertained
by Misses Schneider, Burns and Ston
er at the residence of Mrs. Wygant.
They reoort a very enjoyable evening
Genevieve Richards made the High
School a visit before her trip to New
Mexico.
Spencer Heiden was absent the first
part of this week 011 account of sick
ness.
Rollo Tranter was absent last
week driving the drjjy for his father.
Arvella Thuresson has been absent
011 account of the sickness of her
brother.
Prof. Fellows has received a letter
saying that the Debating club of this
High School has been received as a
member of the South Western Debat
ing League so we feel sure of a de
bate with other High schools.
Skating has begun and every High
School boy knows it.
The Boys' Debating Club of the
Denison High School has been chosen
as the name of the Debating Club at
the last meeting. They have changed
the time of meeting to every other
Monday night beginning last Monday
night.
Miss Nachtmann has two fine new
songs "Blow Soft Winds" and "The
King of the Forest".
Willie Naeve of Schleswig has
started in with the class of the
High School.
COLLEGE NOTES.
Mr. Wilkinson and Mr. Strong are
back to school after a couple of week's
of corn picking.
Lizzie McGuire has been away a
few days on account of the death of a
friend.
Henry Bell of Dow City entered the
classical course this week.
Miss Semmann took up the com
mercial work on Wednesday. Also
Miss Logsden of Dow City entered
the noraml department.
Miss Raine expects to ^visit her
sister Edna at Indianola over Thanks
giving.
BAMFORD'S
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A few choicu Pure Hred Poland China Hoars
1'iirs. Inquire of M. Hustons at tlie west brick
school buildinjr, Denison. or of
Frank Lesher, Denison, Iowa.
igs Before buying Dry Goods, Notions and Holiday Goods, call and look over our line of
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Furs, Golf Gloves, Kid Gloves, Ladies' Shirt Waists, Heatherbloom Petticoats,
Crochted Slippers, Box Writing Paper,Fancy Handkerchiefs, Ladies and Mens
Initial Handkerchiefs, all kinds and letters, Fancy Box Handkerchiefs, Fancy
2 Sola Pillows, Ladies' Belts, Fancy Collars, Plaid Silks, Stamped Linen and
Embroidery Silks and Ribbons. ALL THE LATEST STYLES. 7
We have a nice new line of the above and solicit your valued patronage.
Home made Comforters, Silkoline,
Cotton Blankets and Fleeced Hosiery, AT A VERY LOW S
PRICE.
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PURE BRED STOCK SALE.
I will offer for sale the following
stock at my farm 3 miles southeast
of Vail, Crawford county Iowa on
MONDAY DECEMBER 8 1906
22 head of cattle. This offering con
sists of 2 good Short Horn cows with
calves at side and bred again for
spring calving 9 spring bulls every,
one a good one, six of them are pure
bred 7 spring heifers that will start
someone with a herd of well bred
cattle 2 yearling steers.
64 head of Poland China hogs—one'®
yearling boar he is a good one all
round, 3 yearling sows 20 spring
boas 40 spring sows: the breeding
of these hogs is up to date tiey have*
size and quality and all are eligible
for record.
Terms of Sale All sums of $10
and under cash over that amount
twelve monthf.' time will be given on
approved notes bearing 8 per cent
interest from date of sale.
Henry Stuck. Clerjt.
Col. M. R. McGrath, Auct.
A. WHITING & SON.
Phone 94F 47-2t
PUBLIC AUCTION.
The undersigned will sell at public
auction on Section 10 Denison town
ship one half mile west of Denison, on
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30 1906
commencing at 10 o'clock a., m.. the
following described property.
3 good work horses, 33 head of' cattle"
including 10 milch cows, 20 shoats in
cluding some good brood sows. 300
bushels corn in the crib, 1 pulverizer,
1 harrow, 16 inch riding plow, 16 inch
stubble plow, two lumber wagons,
two-seated buggy. McCormick self
binder, Gorham seeder, hayrack, hog
rack, hay rake, corn planter, nearly
new with 100 rods of wire, bob-sled,
riding corn plow, walking plow, grass
mower, two set harness, two set fly
nets and many other articles.
Free lunch at noon.
Terms—All sums of $10. and under
cash. On sums over that amount aj
credt of twelve months on bankable
notes bearing 8 per cent interest.
Wm. Schneider,
J. W. Smith Auct.
47-lt pd S. McHenry, Clerk.
TAKE NOTICE.
Chas. Menagh nas turned over his
meat market accounts to me for col
lection. All knowing themselves in
debted to him will please see me at
once, or leave at Geo. Menagh's
store. I. O. Qrem,
FOR RENT.
160 acres 3 miles south of Denison.
Inquire of J. S. Maloney. 47-3t
We sell the celebrated
MAY MANTON
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