GERMANIA TAKES ACTION.
Sometime ago the Germania Verein
appointed a comimttee of threie to
meet with a like committee of the
vDenison improvement Co.
The reports of the manager for the
past five months were read at the
Germania meeting and it turned out
to be a record breaker. The manager
turned into the Verein a net profit
of $650 for five months.
A FEMALE TRAMP.
'On Monday a small middle aged
woman appeared at the Northwestern
passenger station and inquired as to
whether she could stay in the station
all night and stated that she. had no
money. She was poorly clad and said
that her name was Mrs. Miller, re
siding at West Side and that she had
walked to Denison from that town
that evenng. The operator telegraph
ed to West Side, but was informed
that no woman of her name and de
scription lived at *hat palce. Some
curious onlookers took pity on the lit
tle woman and had her taken up
town and paid for her supper and bed
for the night. The next morning
she took the passenger west to con
tinue on her tramp.
Bom to Henry Otto and wife on
Nov. 24th a son.
The l''fd?-auoi "f Woman's Clubs
expect to present an cpereta and play
about the 17th inst. A very fine en
tertainment is being prepared, and
they hope for a liberal patronage, as
the proceeds are for the Cemetery
1 The Ladies of the Friday Club wish
to announce that they now have a
limited supply of Cook Books on hand.
These books make very nice Holiday
gifts and can be purchased from Miss
Guilck. U. G. Johnson & Co. or any
member of the Friday Club.
A basket ball team made up of
Denison town boys went to Dunlap
on Thanksgiving day to play a game
with the Dunlap boys, but on arrival
the Dunlap lads refused to play and
even refused to pay the expenses of
the Denison team. This was hardly
expected from Dunlap and surely was
not a sqare deal.
an understanding as to what value
should be placed on the old opera
house and as tu how much stock
should be given in exchange for
The two committees agreed on the
price of $7000. the Denison Improve
ment Co. to pay off an indebtedness
of $1600 now against the property and
to give to the stockholders $5500 in
stock in the new company. The Ger
mania Verien met last night but it
did not approve of the finding of the
two committees but in place made a
counter proposition. The proposition
they made to the Denison Improve
ment Co. is for the new company to
pay off the old indebtedness of Ger
mania and to pay $7000 in stock and
that this will only be accepted on the
condition that the new opera house
be erected on the same location where
the old one now stands.
It is now up to the Denison Im
provement Co. and things do not look
"'very Bright for the two organizations
?to come to an understanding and
agreement. The Denison Improvement
Co. had planned on erecting the opera
house on the McAhren lot and for the
present at least to let the old opera
house stand until the new one would
be completed, and then in the future
to use the old building for dances
only or to move it away and to erect
a fine business house on the corner.
Germania however will not listen to
any other proposition than to have
the new building erected on the old
site. A new opera house is badly
needed and by all means the two or
ganizations should come to an agree
ment so that work will be started on
a new opera house next spring.
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 S10-00 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..........
The Old and Reliable Music Dealer, Established 1882.
THIEM AND PHILBROOK WIN
5 MANY PRIZES.
Messrs E. O. Thiem and Dr. B. F.
Philbrook attended a big poultry show
at Cedar Rapids last week and they
state that this was one of the best
poultry shows that has ever been
held in the state. There were over
1000 of the finest bied chickens on
exhibition anil they had fowls of all
descriptions, ranging from the small
est bantam to the largest bronze
turkey. There were exhibitors from
many of the different states and the
competition was very strong. Dr.
B. F. Philbrook had five of his Rhode
Island Reds entered and won 3rd
prize on male over one year.
Mr. E. O. Thiem entered sixteen
of his famous tribe and won one 2nd
on partridge Wyandot cockerel, and
3rd and 4th on hen and 2nd. 3rd and
5th on pullet. Then on Columbian
Wyandots he won 2nd. 3rd. and 4th
on cockerel and 3rd. 4th 5 and on the
pullet. Our chicken fanciers are to
be congratulated on winnine so many
prizes at such a big show with such
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
Sunday next is the second Sunday
in advent. Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning
prayer. Litany and sermon 10:30 a.
m. Friday December 14, morning
prayer, Litany and Advent reading 9
a. m. Evensong and sermon 4:30 p.
m. Choir practice 7:30 p. m. All
are cordially invited. All church
members should be be present.
Arthur Pratt. Rector.
The Eastern Star Lodge held their
regular meeting on Tuesday evening.
The early part of the evening was
spent in initiating a candidate, the
work of which was very beautifully
executed. After the initiatory work
the annual election of officers took
place, which was followed by a boun
tious and delicious spread served by
Misses lone Romans and Fanchon
Bamford and Mrs. John Kott. Al
though the evening was raniy and
very disagreeable, forty-three mem
bers were out, which goes to show
that ladies are more enthusiastic over
logde work than the men and that
they are more brave when it comes
to going out on a stormy evening.
Friends of Carrie Morris will be
pleased to learn of her marriage on
November 29th to Mr. H. N. Eich
mann of Jersey City, N. J. The wed
ding took place at the home of the
groom's parents where a very beauti
ful ceremony was perfbrmed. The
young couple will make their future
home at Jersey City, N. J.
W. J. McAhren wishes to announce
that he has made arrangements with
A. J. Driscoll, an experienced auc
tioneer of McCook, Neb., to assist
him in the pubile sale business and
that he would like to make arrange
ments with his old time friends to
conduct their sales for them.
Mayor T. J. Carey gave an oyster
supper at the Elite Cafe Monday
evening after council meeting to the
city aldermen and all other city
officials. This was a farewell treat
of the Mayor before taking his so
journ to California.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McHenry and
daughter Miss Abbie expect to leave
for Pasadena, California, ^December
12th to spend the winter.
Edna Romans left Monday for
Sioux City to resume her school work
at Morning Side College, after spend
ing her vacation at the parental home
Joe Kelly, of Carroll was a busi
ness visitor in Denison Tuesday, be
Mrs. S. G. Wright spent the early
part of the week in Vail visiting
Emma Bartcher who is teaching
spent her Thanksgiving vacation with
*.v ,-. THE DENISON REVIEW, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1906.
Clara Strahan has entered into ithe'
employ of the Crawford County Tele
A. H. Miller, who was.injured in
fall some days ago, is again able
to be about.
Attorney M. O. Cunningham, of
Omaha transacted business in Denison
The Queen Esther Circle will give
Christmas bazaar and market day
at the Bullock building on Dec. 15.
Bert Miller of Sioux City is here
visiting his parents Mr. and ivira. C.
Miller, while on his vacation trip.
Young Geo. Mahoney, son of: Mr.
and Mrs.J.H. Mahoney, who has been
very ill of late, is reported to be
well on the way to recovery.
Mrs. Agnes King of Grundy Center
has been visiting her sister-in-law
Mrs. M. King, who has been quite
sick of late, but who is somewhat im
proved at present.
The S. S. Clcb had a very delight
ful meeting this week. Miss Schnei'
der had charge of the menu and Mibs
Emma Raine the program. They
enjoyed a profitable meeting.
The F. H, Club held its meeting
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. R.
Lehfeldt at which time a verv pleas
ant meeting with delicious refresh
ments served by the hostess was' en
Mrs. Jess McAhren very pleasantly
entertained the neighbor ladies. Tues
day afternoon. Each lady brought
fancy work tor Xmas and ideas were
exchanged and many pretty gifts
Mr. N. Spencer, well known in
Denison, as superintendent of our
schools, has purchased a paper in
Missouri, and will make that state
his future home. His many friends
here will wish him every success.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Barber of
Charter Oak were in Denison Tuesday
visiting friends and attended the
Eastern Star meeting and spread Mr.
Rarber. after attending to some bus
iness connected with the Charter Oak
State Bank, left with his wife for
Miss Beth Romans, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Romans was op
erated on for appendicitis at the home
of her parents. The operation was
performed by Dr. Wright of Carroll
which proved successful and the lit
tie girl is recovering very nicely from
It is noticeable a cold seldom comes
on when the bowles are freely open
Neither can it stay if they are open
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
tastes as pleasant as maple sugar
Free from all opiates. Contains
Honey and Tar. Conforms to the
National Pure Food and Drug Law
Sold by Lamborn Drug Co.
Fred Wiblishouser was married to
Marie Miller of Ute, Iowa Tuesday at
the Catholic parsonage. Mr. Wiblis
houser is the youngest son of Mr
and Mrs. Matt Wiblishouser of ,our
city and is an employee of the Fair'
mont Creamery Co., at Denison. Miss
Miller is a bright and intelligent
farmer's daughter. The young couple
will make their future home in North
Denison. The Review wishes them
health, wealth and happiness in their
future married life.
The first section of Miss*'Agnes
King's class in music gave a piano
recital at the Presbyterian church
Wednesday night. The programe
consisted of some fifteen numbers
which were excellently rendered and
much enjoyed by the large audience
present. This is Miss King's fifth
semi-annual recital and is given in
two sections, the second section which
will be given at the Presbyterian
church Saturday night of this week
These recitals of Miss King's are
growing very popular and show the
excellent work that Miss King has
been doing as a teacher of music.
Rev. Mearl Gable of Defiance vis
iting his parents Mr. and Mra. S. L.
Gable a few days this week.
Roy Wiblishouser of Manning came
to Denison Monday to attend the
marriage of his brother Fred.
Mrs. Chas. Bollen retunred last
Saturday from Manning where she
spent Thanksgiving with friends.
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Wayneck of
Sheridan, Iowa, are guests at the
home of Mrs. L. D. Ley, this week.
Mrs. Kate Guan and her brother
Artie Laird left for Omaha Tuesday
for a short visit with their brother.
Lydia Koeneman will leave the last
part of the week for a short visit
with her sister Mrs. W. O. Reed at
Emil Pump sprained his ankle
while working in the country last
Monday, which has caused him to re
main at home all week.
The many friends of Mrs. C. J.
Hunt of Deloit will be pleased to
know of her improvement in health,
and that she is convalescing niceiy.
160 acres 3 miles south ot Denison.
Inquire of J. S. Maloney. 47-3t
What to give at Christmas time
will be made more simple by attend
ing the Christmas bazaar to be given
by the Queen Esther circle Dec. 15th
at the Bullock building. Market
day in connection.
Dr. Emma Johnstone. Osteopathic
Physician, Denison. Iowa. Office and
residence at the home of Mr. E. O.
Thiem, C. C. Phone No. 236. 49-tf
For Sale—Chester White brood
sows. Inquire of Will Quade, Rte.
For Sale—50 shoats. Inquire of
Mrs. Thos. Pilot East Boyer town
ship. Phone C. C. 6-M. 48-2tpd.
For Rent—Eight room house with
barn and basement. Inquire of
Dwight Partridge. 47-tf
PLYMOUTH ROCKS—75 choice Ply
mouth Rock Roosters tor sale. B. F.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
Five furnished rooms with modern
improvements and pleasant location.
Inquire at Review office.
Twenty-five thoroughbred White
Pymouth Rock cockerels. Inquire
of Mrs. John Kepford one and one
half miles southwest of Buck Grove.
stock of watches is the most complete in
Western Iowa. All kinds, all prices, and
each one a bargain. Not received by mistake but
ordered for the reason we believe our customers
should have a full and complete stock to select
-v. from and at a right price, if we are to expect them
to buy at home.
We are Prepared to Make Good Anything We Say.
In our jewelry, cut glass, china, silverware and
novelties, we have endeavored to select only bar
gains Not cheap goods but good goods cheap.
We have bought these goods to sell, in fact we
expect to sell them, not by any special hobby of
ours but because w$ offer the 1906 Xmas shopper
as much or more for his money than can be else
Call and Inspect Out Stock.
Our repair department is as good
have pleased you, call again.
The Sure Cure Watch Doctors.
as ever. If we
No finer Line of Christ
mas goods were ever
shown in Denison.
The goods are all new, the latest on the market
the prices are right—by right we mean we are
sustaining our reputation for good goods, cheap
in our holiday line as we have in our regular line.
The assortment is large consisting of a countless
variety of toys for
5c, 10c, 25c and 50c.
An elegant showing of
Toilet Cases, Collar, Cuff and Hand'
kerchief Boxes, Games of all kinds,
everything you want in China, a large
line of Rocking Horses, Chairs, Shoo
Doll Buggies, Dolls, all shapes, sizes
and forms, Perfumes in fancy boxes
AN EXCELLENT LINE OF
Handkerchiefs in silk, linen and cot'
ton, both Ladies' and Gents*
Our ten cent line of candy complies with all pure
food laws. Fifty different kinds at
10 cents pet pound
Special attention given to or
ders for Sunday schools,
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