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I0RY OF MRS. COLE. -'ry as Read at Obsequies Friday Afternoon, Last Mrs. Ann Eliza Cole, the daughter Thomas and Jane Smith, was born Colross. Canada, June 22nd. 1861, and died at Denison. Iowa, January 2nd. 1907. In 1875 she removed to Iowa, and since that time she has resided in the vicinity of Denison. On December 28th. 1882. she was united in marriage to Mr. W. E. Cole, with whom for twenty-four years: she journeyed the path of life, sharing the joys and sorrows the trials and triumphs of a well ordered home, and proving herself a true help-meet. To brighten and strengthen this union there was given three children, one of whom died in infancy and now sleeps on yonder hill, to which soon will be entrusted the silent form of its mother. The two remaining children are Samuel and Hazel, who are bome by us on the wings of prayer to the fountain of Infinite graee that heals every hurt the heart may know. Besides the children and her devoted husband there remain to mourn her loss, her mother, residing near Dow City, two brothers, fienson of Arion. and John of Oakland. Cal ifornia. and two sisters. Mrs.,, j. H. Cole of this city, and Mrs. H. W. Longston of Dow City. \JMrs. Cole enjoyed in early life that incalculable good, the blessing of pious parents. When sixteen years gf age she gave her heart to God and consecrated her gifts to her Savior. She first united with the Wesleyan Methodist Church. On removing to this place she became a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and for eighteen years she has sustained this relation with unwavering fidelity, winning the confidence and love of the entire Society. Her religion was no ephemeral fancy, but was a controlling force in her life, and gave her character for all the walks of life. With uncomplaining fortitude she bore the ills of life, facing daily a trial that comes to but few. With unfailing interest in those she loved, she graced her home, a dutiful and beloved wife to one who. when her spirit had gone to the World Invisible, could say. "I never heard her speak an unkind word to me." With find maternal love she guided the feet of her children, and cast the influence of her goodly life upon them until they "rise up and call her blessed." With regular "Habit she was found in her place in the house of God. and ever manifest ed a relish for the society of the good. With quiet unassuming, like as the mission of a sunbeam, she did her work, and as she moved among, they knew the beauty of her life and felt the warmth of her affection. Sad. indeed.to all of us was the sudden ending of such a career. Surrounded by loving friends who had known her long and who felt the loss to be sustained by her removal from the community, she had just received from them a token of their esteem and had just replied in well chosen and pathetic word.s prayer had been offer ed for her future welfare and all had joined in singing "God be With You Till we Meet Again." Later, as though worn and weary she quietly leaned her head upon her shoulder and fell into unconscious sleep from which she did not awaken on the earth. In a few hours while loved ones still were watching for returning reason, her breath came quickly, her heart stood still, and her spirit was with God. Sad to all of us, I say. that such pudden ending came. Yet. who can doubt that to her it was "joy un speakable and full of glory" just as she grew weary amid the toil of life to lie down to rest while angels clos' ed her eyelids in sleep and without grief or pang in painless slumber be carried up to the city of fadeless light. May we not believe that the In finite Father was better to her than she knew? For several months she had thought of a new earthly home in an adjoining state, and had ex pressed many regrets at the thought of separation from her many friends All preparations were made for the journey. The next day she with her husband and children would be on their way to that home. But God who is rich in mercy desired for her "some better thing.'' Instead, He guided her to the eternal home "in the house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens' and as Heaven is high above earthly so is the Heavenly home to be desired above earthly homes. How beautifully has Sir Thomas Moore expressed this thought: ,. "Go wing your flight from star to star. From world to shining world, as fur As the Universe spreads Its flaming wall: Count all the pleasures of all the spheres. Uultiply these by thousands of years. One moment in Heaven is wot th them all." Our Christian love, with its tender est sympathies, are offered to these stricken hearts, and our prayers go up to God for His consoling grace, that they might be sustained in this hour of their unspeakable grief. We commend to them the words of the Apostle Paul: "My God will supply all your needs, according to his rich es in glory, by Christ Jesus" CARD OF THANKS. We desire to hereby express our sincere thanks to all our friends for their kind and sympathetic assistance, during our recent bereavement in the death of our dear wife and mother. W. E. Cole and Family. Mr. J. H. Cole and Family. EGG MEETING. The merchants of Charter Oak got together yesterday to discuss the new pure food law as it affects them in their butter and egg trade. The question was simply what to do to comply with the law, as they are liable for buying as much as the other fellow is for selling. After discuss ing the pros and cons of the deal it was decided best for each house to work independent of the others, but for all to candle their eggs as they are taken in and not accept any that are not all right. Hereafter all the eggs will be candled before they are bought by our people. That everyone may know of this, they have caused the following notice to be printed in German and English and posted in the town: To all sellers of Eggs and Butter as to compliance with the national pure food law: All eggs hereafter will be candled at time of purchase by the undersigned. Also you are required to state at time of sale if butter is colored. The People's Store Murphy & Black Romans & Romans Hanford Produce Co. 1 ••••. Geo Iversen H. Birk The question was not so much for concerted action as to know what must be done to comply with the law, which provides a fine of $50. for the sale or purchase of impure foodstuffs. Antral candling establishment was discussed, but it was thought best to laave every man independent, as no one liked the idea of being tied down.—Charter Oak Times.- I. A. Mains says the people have responded very nicely to the new rul ing of the postoffice department con cerning box rents. He was afraid that some of the people would think it was some arbitrary ruling of his and get sore about it. when in fact he has nothing at all to say about the matter. Instead of that result, al most every renter has come up with his. money as the department orders, and in this way they have helped Mr. Mains out greatly. He appreciates the favor, as he is working for a most unyielding taskmaster.—Charter Oak Times. W. E. Fishel and E. Wiggins of the Bank of Dow City, accompani ed by Mrs. Fishel, were entertained for New Year's dinner at the home of Sears McHenry in Denison. This was a gathering of the employes of all the McHenry banks and a very pleasant time was had.—Dow Citv Enterprise. RArES TO SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Via the North-Western Line. Ex cursion tickets will be* sold January, 14, 15 and 16, with favorable return limits. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. Light bread is digestible. bread is nutritious. Wonderful bread—light and sweet, is made with YEAST Yeast Foam is the wonderful yeast that took the First Grand Prize at the St. Louis Exposi tion and is sold by all grocers at 5c. a package—enough to make 40 loaves. Send a postal card for our new illustrated book "Good Bread: How to Make It." NORTHWESTERN YEAST GO. CHICAGO, ILL. West THE DENISON REVIEW, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1907. Jacksot) Alexander Trinkle died at his home in LaKe View, Sunday evening at nine o'clock December, 23rd 1906, af ter an illness of two weeks duration. His death was not altogether unexpect ed. But lictle hope of his recovery was given out by his physician, nurse and friends after he took to his bed. The ailment which was his chief affliction was cirrhosis of the liver or hardening of that organ. Had he liv ed/till April 14th 1907. his years could be counted as four score and three more than the allotted years of man in this vale of tears. A Trinkle was born in Crawford county, Indiana. April 14. 1824. He was a son of Adam Trinkle. a native of Germany and his mother was of Irish birth. They moved to Clay county, Illinois where his father and mother both died. Ihey had reared a family of ten children, three boys and seven girls. Deceased spent the first Years of his life in his native state, moving to Clay county, Illinois, with his par ents when quite a lad. It was here that he first met Miss Margaret Ri ley. a native of Wayne county, Il linois, to whom he waa united in mar riage, when 24 years old. To this union four children were born, three daughters and one son. The son died in infancy and two of the daughters died aged, »ix and seventeen. Mrs. W. Maynard of Lake View being his only surviving child. Deceased moved to Iowa in 1S66 settling in Jackson township, Crawford county, when that township contained only seven voters and there was not a house between his place and Deloit. He erected the first log cabin in that section and saw real pioneer life. When the C. & N. W. Railroad was built through Crawford county and the towns of West Side and Vail were laid out he engaged in the stock buying business and shipped the first car load of stock from those stations. His excellent judgment made him a very successful buyer and his honesty made him friends and won for him popularity, which resulted in a de mand for him to serve the public as a member of the countv board, and he was elected county supervisor. Mr. Trinkle joined the Masonic Lodge at Grant City, when the lodge was the only one in this part of the state. Later when a lodge was organized at Denison he became a member there and when he moved to Lake View twelve years ago he became a mem ber here. His life in Lake View was that of retirement, having a sufficien cy of worlds goods for his wants. Funeral services were held Christmas day at 2 P. M. in the Masonic lodge room, which was attehded~by Masons from Wall Lake. Vail, West Side and Denison. Interment took place in the Wall Lake cemetery, where he was laid to rest by the side of his wife who preceded him more than ten years. Besides a daughter. Mrs. J. W. Maynard of Lake View, two sis ters, Mrs. Millie Hall of Deloit. and Mrs. Angeline Williams of Deloit, survive him and mourn the Ions of a father and brother,—Lake View Re sort. ..... A NEW YEAR'S DINNER, Sears McHenry and wife gave a New Years dinner to about thirty-five people at their home in Denison. Those present were the employees of the First National Bank of Denison, the Dow City Bank and the Traders Bank of Vail, together with their wives and families. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Maguire and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stuck of this place were pres ent and say a more pleasant time cqpld not be imagined. Aside from the dinner which was served in five courses, there was a feast of fun and jokes passed about that made it lively time indeed. As souvenirs of the occasion each employe was given a crisp new $10 bill and a $5 bill was presented to their wives. The best souvenir, however was the printed folder which contained the pictures of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McHenry, a thing valued highly by all the re cipients. It was an event long to be happily remembered by all.—Vail Observer. MARRIED. R. Rasmussen and Miss Kate Stok er quietly felt town on Wednesday evening of last week, going in an easterly direction upon two different trains, but somehow managed to get together in Omaha the following day. where they were married, returning to Manilla Wednesday morning. Their marriage was a general surprise, no one mistrusting that a plot was be ing hatched until they sent announce ments back to their many friends here. They will go to housekeeping in the A1 Ivey house, wfyere they will be at home to their friends, and where they will make their home un til the house now being constructed by the groom, in Fairview addition is completed. We join the large cir cle of acquaintances in extending con' gratulationns and well wishes for the future.—Manilla' Republican. Will McWilliams of Sac county was in Denison the first of the week attending to business matters. He now has a fine farm between Wall Lake and Odebolt and is prospering greatly. ATTRACTIVE TWO-• •"AT. LOWEST CHANGE IN HARDWARE FIRM. The new year sees another change in Vail's business circles. This time it is in the Giblin & McGuire hard ware store, Mr. Giblin selling out to the firm's former clerk. James Duffy. All hands are now busy invoicing and as the deal is not completely arrang ed we do not know just what the style of the firm name will be. Mr. Giblin will farm the place of J. B. Costello. and will move there as soon as Mr. Costello moves to South Da kota. The Giblin residence has been purchased by J. E. Walsh who will occupy the same soon. In thip new hardware firm of James Duffy and Richard McGuire we find two strong men and a good team who will pull well together. Mr. Duffy is well known, well liked and we believe he will win out. He is a thorough going young man of good business judgment and we bespeak for the firm success. Mr. Giblin, in returning to the farm, takes with him the good will of all and all wish him success.—Vail Observer. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. White were called upon last week to mourn the loss of their little son. death being due to an attack of bronchitis. The little one was born Nov. 20 and was a happy healthy baby until last week when it was attacked by the disease which caused its demise. Every thing possible was done to alleviate the suffering of the little one. but to no avail, and on Saturday evening at about eleven o'clock its little life went out after two or three days of intense suffering.The funeral services were conducted from the family home on Monday by Rev. Norman McCay and were attended by quite a number of relatives and friends of the family. Mr. and Mrs. White have the sincere sympathy of all in their sad bereave ment.—West Side Journal. Nearly every person who is subject to attacks from thet stomach suffers from a morbid dread of a dietetic treatment for relief, that is three fourths starvation, and one-fourth toast and milk. 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SMITH, Denison, Iowa, Experienced Auctioneer Expert cattle salesman. Sales cried in city and country on reasonable terms. Saturdays reserved tor Denison sales. Make your bookings early and secure choice of dates. Dates of all sales will be published in this column throughout the season.. ADDRESS J, W. SMITH, Denison, Iowa. RATES TO DENVER. Via the North-Western Line. Ex cursion tickets will be sold January 19. 20 and 21. with favorable return limits. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. J&W&l Skates for Wygants. Page 3 A"°. WILSON, Manager C. M. JENSEN, Prep. 7K W Has a well earned reputation for the best in Fresh Meats, Fish, Oysters, Smoked, Meats & IS Hams, Bacon and Sausage. IK PROMPT ATTENTION TO PHONE ORDERS L. M.8HAW, PRCS. C. F. KUEHNLE, V-PRES C. L. VOS8 CASH. OP DENISON. "s.-'r I COLOR BILLSy*^ RATER Broadway Meat Market Harlot & paJ (3CCOUI)TS OF flLL flRfllJCHE. 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