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Shopping Days until as 8 3 $ 2 1 S 1 Fancy dishes in the latest designs and decorations, from 5c each up to $3.50 Men's and Boys' 1 "1 SUITS Special Prices of Are spent each year for cheap and worthless toys and nick/nacs that hardly last out until the Holi/ days are over, Conservative Bayers spend their Christmas money for something worth while. Imagine how much better your wife would feel if you would bring out a Handsome Range for Xmas than she would if you would give her a wooden Jumping-Jack. You've got to buy the range anyway and it won't cost as much to buy it now 8| as it will after a while (you see you save buying the Jumping-Jack now.) I We also have Heating Stoves of all kinds and Oil Heaters, Plush and Kur Robes and Horse Blankets, Sad Iron sets and a self heating Sad Iron that will do your ordinary ironing with ic worth of gasoline and save all the ex tra steps. Silverware of all descriptions, Berry Spoons. Gravy Ladles, Cream Ladles, Cold Meat Forks, Sugar Shells, Butter Knives, Orange Spoons, S Coffee Spoons, Sugar Tongs, Baby Spoons and Food Pushers, Fruit Knives, Tea, Dessert and Table Spoons all in Community Silver, the finest it is possible for you to buy and prices are so reasonable it will surprise you. ,We also have the famous Coffee Perculators both in aluminum and granite. I Carving Sets, nickle, silver and silver plated Knives and Porks, Fancy Em- I broidery Shears, Plain and Safety Razors, Hones, Strops and Brushes, I Pocket Knives, Skates, Air Guns, Rifles and Shot Guns, Watches and Clocks. I Nut Picks and Cracks in different sets ranging in price from 25c to $2.00 also I extra Cracks. Buggy Whips and as many more things. I •Come in and let us help you pick out something for each one of the family'. S If the boys would throw together and get their father a nice set of harness it would be a good investment—you would get to use it anyway, bovs. O. W. NELSON, I ARION, IOWA. Arion Mercantile Arion, Iowa. CHRISTMAS is ALMOST HERE Only 4 more buying days remain after today. We have taken special pains to display our different stocks. Each item mark ed in plain figures—and QUALITY FOR QUALITY. Our Prices Always the* Lowest New line of Men's Christmas .Gloves, Neckties Mufflers, Hose and Dress Shirts ,, Gff Make an appropriate gift to anyone, both large wHX^.l^O-'-and small. Our line and prices will surprise the most conservative buyer. Ladies' Knit Scarf Price special 19, 39c, 49c, 69c and 96c. Our Christmas Trees Are Now Here Make your selection early. Bring Your Produce-highest market price paid. THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, 1 Ladies' Coats, Skirts and Furs, Gloves, Collar gf§ and Cuff Setts, Side" and Back Combs -, Etc. Dolls and Toys 1 •i 5 9 5 9 10 more Shopping Days until as ~"e to make the "/--a- little folks happy DECEMBER 18, O E S O Farmers, bring your wheat in for exchange. We give you the best flour you ever used and a square deal. It pays to feed ground feed to your stock. W a to he at A S THE ARION MILL CO. Arion Anchor Local Briefs. CHINA WEDDING. Henry Cummings and wife were at home last Saturday evening to their friends it being their twentieth wed ding anniversary. At seven o'clock the guests began to arrive and in a short time the commodious rooms were well filled. The room were beautifully decorated in the Christmas colors and with holly, smylax and ferns. The Cumming family have always resisded in this county and have many warm friends, so it was with difficulty the line was drawn, so as not to over crowd the space. There were about seventy-five jolly and happy people present to make the evening one long to be remembered. Mrs. Cummings introduced a novel guessing contest that was very inter esting. Mrs. W. E. lerry of Denison captured the prize for which she re ceived a china plate. Miss Kavanaugh of Dunlap executed several piano selections that were very much appreciated. Miss Flor ence Cushman sang two very pretty solos which gained new laurels for her already wide reputation as a beauti ful singer. Dr. Van Metre favored them with a solo, "Love's Old Sweet Song" which was very appropriate and well received. An elegant three course luncheon was served to which all did ample jostice. Mr. Cummings received much praise for her culinary ability. She was asisted by Mrs. Wettengel, Miss O'Bannon and Miss McNalley, while the Misses Jessie Butler. Gertrude Taclott, and Rhea-' Cummings waited on the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Cum mings received many beautiful pieces of china. The following were the out of town guests: E W O'Bannon and wife, O'Bannon and wife, W Hall and wife, and J. Hanigan and wife. A Brown and wife. Fred Wettengle and wife, N Brown and wife. Mrs. Wal ter Nurse, Mrs. Walter Kavanaugh. Lucie McNally, Nellie O'Bannon, Mame Kavanaugh and Gladys Wet tengel all of Dunlap W E Fishel and wife, Marion Cole and wife, Dr Van Metre and wife, Mrs Willis Wiggins, Mrs Huntington arid Mrs Henry Bell of Dow City A Kramer and wife of Charter Oak Farrell and wife if Omaha, Nebr.. A Anderson and wife Sioux City W E Terriy and if W W us an if a daughter of Denison. Tuesday morning while Jessie But ler was working in the Anchor office her hand was caught in the press and caused her a great deal of pain. Leo Sprague went to Dakota Tues day. A traveling troup came to Arion on Sunday evening and stopped at one of our hotels. There seemed to be some misunderstanding with the manager and the actors. The manager had failed to give to the actors their com pensation for their service, there were six gentlemen and four ladies, but the duty seemed to fall upon one of the ladies to tell Mr. Manager what they thought of him, and his negligence in this important duty. Her language was somewhat harsh and pointed and the manager had her arrested for dis turbing the peace. The trial came off Monday before Mayor Conrad, but for the lack of sufficient evidence the lady was released, and the troup went to Logan Monday where they gave their play that evening. The manager could not produce sucfiiient currency to pay costs for trial so his trunk has been kept until the expense of the trial is covered. Bird Word, who was formerly a resident here has returned from Shu dan and will visit for some time with friends. Elsie Downs has come to spend the winter with his brother, Hudson, who has for some timp been in poor health. Elsie was formerly an Arion boy and all are glad to see him. Rev. Thomas and wife of Defiance have been spending a few days at the pleasant home of Benson Smith and wife. Mary E. Barbcms of Los Angeles. Cal., is to give a temperate lecture in the church Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. P. Wigg went Monday to Aurora, 111., where she will attend the wedding of a niece at that place. 1907. page 11 she will also go to Quasqueton where her mother resides and will remain until the New Year. Several of our people attended the Poultry show in Denison ana consid ered it very good. ,v Mr. E. B. Hoeffer was a welcome visitor here among her former neigh bors and friends. Mr. Wm. Doidge 'and daughter, Mrs. Anderson drove to Denion Tues day. D. J. Butler and wife went to Col fax Tuesday morning. Mr. Butler's health is very poor and he hopes to get relief at the springs. Mr. Rankin and wife were called to Ute owing to the death of Mr. Rankin uncle. Ethel Sprague came home Friday evening and was not able to return to' her school duties owing to an attack of tonsi litis. Stella Butler returned from Grinnell Monday and will spend the holidays with her people. Stella has done well with her school work and all are glad to see Her. N. P. Underwood shipped a car load of cattle to Chicago Saturday ev ening. John Tournlad placed the board on his section that indicates the hest sec- Arion State Bank Arion, Iowa. Capital S25000.00 Our first thought at all times is to Safeguard our Depositors' Money. This we have done successfully in the past, and shall continue the same in the future. I E O S L. C. eb. J. Tj. Maurek. Sam Fox. Wm. Ec oeus, Thus. Rae. J. U. WISE, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Now with ARION MERCANTILE CO.. Arion. la. Calls answered day and night. Floral de signs furnished. W. B. EVANS 1 AMP SLfRggQA/ ARION, A Nye, Schneider, fowler Co. Dealers in ,. Lumber, Grain and Coal Highest market price paid for Grain. We sell Lumber and Coal at prices that are right. ^OVLT p. SoUcWeit ft, 0. \jLARK, Mgr. A I a N. F. STILLSON, Blacksmith and Wagon Maker Arion, Iowa. Horseshoeing fl Specialty. All work guaranteed. Arion Meat Market EMIL SCHWARZ, Prop. FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FRESH FISH EVERY FRIDAY. Arion Iowa tion between Ft. Dodge and Council Bluffs. Mrs. Frank Michels was in Ken wood to see her grandmother. Mrs. Granger, who is very sick. Mr. Granger has been in poor health for several years and the faithful wife has been untiring in her efforts to care for her husband. Now that she is sick it make it very hard, although the neighbors and friends have been very kind and helpful. The Rev. Douglas, of Dunlap, preached to a good sized audience last Sunday afternoon. His sermons are appreciated by all. He has consented to preach again next Sunday after noon. Anton Gaestel and wife were visit-: ing in Nebraska when Mr. Gaestel was taken very sick the message was sent to Mrs. Gaetel's father John Simmon to come at once. He came, to Arion Sunday evening and was ac companied by two of Mr. Gacstel's. children, while here they received the sad news of his death they went from here Monday morning to Omaha and expected to reach them late that af ternoon. Mrs. Williams Wilson of Charter Oak visited his sister, Mrs. A. J. Mackey. Lawrence Henry transacted business in Denison Monday. L. C. Butler, wife and Mrs. Waldo Talcott spent Sunday in Woodbine. Wrn. Hoffman spent a few days very pleasantly at the home of his mother. Mrs. Hoffman. W. W. Coon is among the sick this week. Owing to the serious sickness of Edmund Howorth, his daughter Lulu is detained at home and Miss Glou is teaching in her place in our schools. Mrs. Daniel Cruse went to Jeffer son last Friday and will remain until after the holidays. She has many re lations there and will enjoy the visit. Mrs. A. A. Conrad spent Monday with her parents, Fred Eggers and wife of Denison. Fred Marr went to Buck Grove Monday to haul bridge lumber for Mr. Manna, who has charge of the county bridge work. The friends of D. J. Butler are sad dened to hear that he is very sick. Mrs. Thressa Sullivan changed cars here for Dunlap where she went to visit with her sister. A snap for quick sale. 120 acre farm one mile from town good house, barn, double cribs, new hog house, 10 acres hog tight fence, worth $75.00 per acre, for quick sale $67.50. Wirte M. B. Nelson Arion. Iowa, for more particulars. 30-tf. Fastje for fine furniture, shop and see for yourself. Call at 42-tf. For Rent—Five room flat, city water, Inquire of Mrs. S. Dawes. ScijlesuJig The ladies of the Lutheran church bazaar was considered a complete suc cess. A fine crowd was present, which enjoyed the event very much. Pete Jepsen and family visited the Herrig home in Denison Friday. Tillie Hanson accompanied Mrs. Eva Girard to Denison Wednesday. Rob't Naeve accompanied Minnie Schmidt to Denison Wednesdy evening where the latter took the train for El wood. It is reported that the former will leave for the same destination in the near future. .. The Schleswig schools will hold there annual Christmas program, also a box social at the opera house December, 20th Friday evening. The ladies are reqested to bring a box of lunch for two, those bringing boxes are admitted free, others will be charged the small sum of 15 cents. Mrs. Henry Kronke celebrated her fifty-first birthday Monday evening at her home, all present report a good time. Mrs. Geo. Hoiten was a pasenger to Danbury Saturday. To visit at her daughter's home. Edna Ernst is on the sick list since Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Jones entertained about 20 of the young married ladies. A two course dinner was served, which was very much enjoyed by those pres ent. The event was held in hono* of Mrs. Jones' friend from Dunlap. Mrs. Jurgensen returned from her visit in Germany and other points Sat urday. She reports having had an excellent time. Misses Weathemeger and Graves who has been visiting at the Ernst home returned to Adair Tuesday. Mrs. Eva Girard and daughter at tended the Poultry show in Denison Thursday. Ella Hoiten and Emma Rickertwere Denison shoppers Thursday. Fern Wells celebrated her 18th birthday Wednesday evening at her home, Six of her girl friends were present. Dinner was served at six o'clock and all report a very tine time, thus proving Miss Wells an ex cellent hostess. Florence Petersen celebrated her 2nd birthday, December 14. A number of little folks were present, they all en joyed a good time. John Kronke and wife and little son 12turned from their visit at Bloom field, Nebr.