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THE ASSESSORS MEET
Twenty-eight of Crawford's As sessors Meet Monday A VALUATION OF PROPERTY SET Little Change from Last Year in that Hogs are Put Two Dollars Lower For the purpose of having the assessment of personal property uni form throughout the county the custom prevails that the.assessors shall meet and agree on a basis of valuation. At the meetng on Monday all the thirty two assessors were present except from the township of Hayes and the corporations of Arion. Buck Grove and Ricketts. Those present decided upon the following valuation for the assessment this year. Colts one year old $28. Colts two years old $48. Horses three years old and over $60. Stallions, actual value. Mules and Asses one year old and over $60. Cattle in feeding actual value. Heifers one year old $12. Heifers two years old $16. Cows $20. Steers one year old $16. Steers two years old $24. Steers three years old and over $32. Bulls actual value. Sheep over six months old $40. Hogs over six months $4. Goats $2. Vehicles $12 and actual value above. Musical instruments actual value. DEATH OF ORLANDO CAVETT. This Well Known Man Dies Near Des Moines. Mr. Orlando Cavett, a former Crawford county resident, who has been ill for the past eleven months and has underwent several operations passed quietly away at his home south of Des Moines on Jan. 5. 1908. He leaves to mourn his death a loving wife, and three daughters, Mrs. W. Habinck of Ute, Mrs. C. F. Graves of Orillia and Flora Cavett of Des Moines, and five brothers R. J. Cavett of Van Wert. Ohio., J. I. Cavett of Vandalia, Marcus Cavett of Ute and N. P. and H. S. Cavett of Denison, all of whom attended the funeral Wednesday Jan. 8. in another column we give a sketch of his lite written for the Charter Oak Times. Mr. Cavett was a man well and favorably remembered at Den ison. His friends were sorry !to hear of his death and the suffering cuming before. GET YOUR BILLS IN The Council Passes Resolutions Ask ing that Accounts Against the City be Filed by First of Month The city council lias been much bothered to keep track of the justice of the bills presented at times, by the creditors letting the accounts re main unpresented for many months after the date when contracted. To urge people to get their bills in soon after the accounts begin, the council passed at the last meeting, an order saying that unless bills were present ed by the first of the month after they were made the same would "lay on the table," Of course the council cannot refuse payment of just claims no matter when filled, but it is much better to settle things up while the transaction is fresh in mind. PRESBYTERIAN YOUNG FOLKS The Young People of Presbyterian Church Entertained by the Elders and Trustees. Under the leadership of Rev. De Free the Presbyterian church is mak ing a special effort to enthuse the young people of the congregation. With this in view the elders and trus tees entertained the young people at the church on last. Monday evening. The assembly played social games and the there were nice refreshments. The event wil: long be one of joyful remembrance in the minds of all who participated in it. In the near future it is expected that a flourish ing Christian Endeaver society will 1 be formed. The spteul sale is still on at Bartcher Bros. You can save lots of money by buying your furniture there now. Revival services are now in pro gress at the Presbyterian church in Vail and Rev. DePree of this city is helping the local pastor. Rev. Pugh. On Tuesday evening the Young Peo ples Study Club of the Denison church accompanied the pastor to ail. The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church held a meeting on Tuesday afternoon of last week at the home of Mrs. A. L. Strong. The sister society of Vail was asked to attend and five of the Vail mem bers came as follows: Mcsdames Sherwood. Thompson, and the Misses Jorgensen and^Nelsen. :~v VAIL Mrs. Ed Kenedy returned to her home at Clinton Wednesday morn iug Wm. Byrnes was in West Side Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Bobbins are en tertaining a young son, bom Aiond'iy Jan. fi, 1908. Henry Bunker shipped a load of hogs to South Omaha Tuesday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walilin visited friends in Kraser, la., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krai are visit ing Mrs. Krai's mother at Reynolds. Nebraska. Sam M. Cullough and Jas. Duffy was calling oil friends in Carroll Sun day. Mrs. Craiupton left. Wednesday for Omaha to visit friends. James Maynard and wife of Lake View were Vail visitors Tunesdav. Mrs. Haas is visiting her daughter in Carroll. Steve Krai was attending to busi ness in West Side Wednesday. Mrs. Lee returned to her home at Correctionville Saturday morning aft er a pleasant weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. H. Mundt. Dugan Bros., Charley nanus and Ike Smith each received stock cattle from South Omaha." Jan. 8. 1908. Mr. and Mrs. L. Roden of I'ti'-a, Nebraska, were visitors at the Clause Minster home last week. John Finneran of Denison was seen on our streets Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bowling of Denison visited at the parental N. Slaininger lionie last week. Born to Wm. Meyers.and wife Sat urday Jan. 4th, a son. Mrs. W. H-. Brockelsb.v is in .Manilla caring for her sick mother. Will Maloy was attending to,.busi ness in Denison Monday. Hoffman and lOtzel had a cow kill ed by the ears Sunday. John Mickey spent a pint of last week in Chicago. J.R. Biockelsby was in Denisou on business Friday. Dr. Wright of Carroll was called to Vail Thursday. I litis Kachael Dawnfv went to Deni son Sunday to enter the Denison Norma! College. Mr. Charles AlcOullough was in' Omaha on business last week. Mr. Cronan of Dunlap was calling on friends here a couple of days last week. Theo. Krai returned to Chicago Saturday alter spending the holidays at home. Wm. Savery of Denison was tran sacting business here Wednesday. M. R. M. Grath had the misfortune to loose a valuable horse Tuesday. A bunch of friends walked into AUie Saren's home Monday evening and reminded him that it was his birthday. The evening was sp lit in music and games, delicious refresh ments were served. Mr. Staren was left many useful gifts as a reminder of his birthday. The marriage of Miss Anna Mae Knowles and Mrs. Frank Lewis oc cured at Carroll, Iowa, D.jc. :10. 1907. The bride is an accomplished young lady of good talents. She has spent all her life time around Vail and is well known by the people of tiiis community. The groom is from AI bron. Neb., and has be s, a prosper ous business man hern for the past year. The many friends of .Mr. and Mr. Lewis wish them a long and hap py life and smooth sailing over lifers rugged seas 'r Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Keane went to Omaha Thursday to attend the Mineral of Mr. Keane's nephew. Dennis Carey. Clark White was a business caller in Denison Wednesday. ted Downey made a visit to tiie county seat Tuesday. 1 Mike O'Comiell was iii Denison uh business Monday. Will Farley and .daughteir. (!t aie vive went, to Omaha Thursday morn ing. Oiandpa Suitor departed for Denison Tuesday noon where he will meet His son and go with him to Oklahoma to spend a year ill hopes to benelit his health. •loe I'ieper went to Carroll oil husi ness Thursday. The Misses Anna and Agnes Sheri dan made a business trip to Denison Thursday. Mr. W.vgart of Denison was seen oil our streets Thursd.u Mr. (!eo. Nicholson ol Denison war, here on business Friday. Clias. Moulter, John Cool and John Hollaed wme looking after the county bridges in Wesi Side township, Fri day. Miss Tress Breen returned Sunday Ironi a six weeks visit with relative? at Friend. Nebraska. I'at McCullotigh speni Sundav with tricmls in Omaha. Dr. Meehan ol Denison was calling on Irionds in ail Sundav. Frank Lewis ol Omaha, one oi the 11v.• business men ol South Omaha Stock "i arils was here Saturday look ing alter business. Frank has many Iricirds in Vail. Misses Bertha and I'tarl McAndeews spout Sundav in Denison with tnends. Sale of Shoes WOMEN'S FINK S El OK S, welts, turns and KcKay sewed, patents, kid and calf leathers, all sizes in the aggregate. Regular $2.50, 3.00 and WOMEN'S FELT .J I ETS. $1.50 quality, hand turned flexible soles, fur triiumed, at. shirts reduced to operated 011 lor some ailment 01 lungs. one one and one THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1908. XoO values, I Jj fl special at .. .V 95c MEN'S SHOES, a special lot of men's vici kid and box calf shoes, extra values, at 1.98 BOYS' and GlftLS' SHOES, great sale of school and dress shoes in kid and calf leathers, three lots, specially priced at, $1."0, AQ. 1.20 and 5fOC MISSES' and 'JHILDKEN'S OVER S I E S in a A reduced to I "Ft* INFANTS SHOES, patent leather and kid. ham! turned, flexible soles Very specially priced for this week's sale at 7!k and Men's Shirts for Clearance Our entire stock of men's colored shirts, line madras, liiuiidered, neg ligee, plain, pleated or stiff bosom, cults attached or detached. Nobby styles, well made and perfect titling "The Ideal Shirt", *1.25 shirts, reduced to Linens 48c 79c 1.19 Special Sale of Womans Cloaks WOMEN'S BLACK CHIFFON KERSEY fitting, lined throughout with skinners gray satin, $27.50 coat, at $15 and $20 lailot-Made Suits, —Prince satin lined, skirts full plaited, special for this week Women's and isses' Short Coats 98c Women's $15 Long Gray Mixture Coats, at 3.98 Women's $15 llrown Kersey Coats .. 7.48 Women's $517.50 Black Mroadcloth Coat 18 50 Misses' $ 111 Fancy Plush (. 'oats 9.87 Women's $7.50 Walking Skirts, Panama, 4.98 Women's and $l5j.50 Voile Skirts, at Misses $5 Walking Skirts, assorted materials ...' 2.75 75c White Lawn Waists, this week ~\35c $25 Tailor-Mtide llroadcloth Suits ... .. 16.50 .lot1 .Monahan. Deputy County Clerk. Kinney, Clark Wlvlte. .las. Alaryan. was in Vail Sunday to see his friends. M. II. Krall and .1. C. .Monahan. Airs. John llaugh anil daughter Atai-J Vail has enjoyed a business horn garette ol' Deuison. was calling on so far in 1 litis. We feel 110 affects of friends in Vail Saturday. 'the panic. Our bunk is paying out Tom liixon. 1'iank Do/ark and w':'e 1 Aliss Hose Samtney and Aliss Kate loads of live stock for xt Saturday. Ft aicli spent Sundav in Den'son with Who knows of anv town in Iowa our (.'has. Smutney and wile. I size that can heat us in the amount ol ail came to the trout aiiUlli t^tt- business we do urday with a la rue shipment 01 live 1'at Keiinev wa stock. Clark White shipped two car 011 business. loads ol cattle. .MeOraeken llros. t\vo| Willi Welch and Inend ol Alaple lames .Manga 11 two, Alacgaii iV White iiiver .1 unction was over Siinuav vis t.uo, .1. II. Krall two. .1. M-onahau I iters 111 ail. Krall and Adams two. James llil! Miss Anna .Man Dillenhitri er visited ind Ihurow on Harrow s:nends 111 Den son Saturday. Adam Kinney one. Adams and Wliiti ol entile and one 01 hogs. Th following partus went to Chicago Jan with the stock: A. I. Harrow 105-107 Main St.,, Denison, Iowa. Fancy Goods STAMPKD AND TINTED SOFA TOPS, 25c grade, special for this week, at FANCY SHAMS, dresser and .sideboard scarfs, em broidered or openworked, worth to $1.25, an HAND MADE BATTEN BERG SCARFS, hierh grade designs and workmanship, $3. 50 values, It will be some time before another linen sale puts such bargains as these in vour reach. TABLE DAMASK, 64 in., extra quality, 89c quality, this week, at, yard .... TABLE LINEN. 72 in. double .sating damask, fine quality, yard TABLE CLOTHS, 8—10 size, pure linen, hemmed, one row openwork, worth $1.25, SCO TCH NAPKINS, all linen namask, 22x22 inch, $2 values, for !OAT, semi- $14.75 etc., Cnap, "x Girls' $U txng Coats, reduced to ... 3.98 PILLOW r. $8.95 1 ... 7.50 •••••••••••••••••••'••••••••••••••ft* currency, mostly gold, in any amount and Will I'eper wilt to Carroll Sal- to persons entitled to checks on the' ui'day to see .loe I'eper, who is at the hank. We have 110 use for Wall St.! hospital. Air. I'eper has been recent jy' ill Vail. It. is claimrd by parlies in! 01^ the positions to know iliat the farmers iii 1 he vacuity of Vail have in the last Airs. Alargar 1 llaugh ami daughter, t-ight days, mark, ted live stock, grain Mis. 15. Clark of Denison visited at and other products to the amount of the W. F. Mitchell home Sunday. more than sixty thousand dollars, Bart .Mitchell visited a part of last and wo are not through yet, for there week in Omaha with relatives. is in sight, a shipment of about twenty 111 Denison Aloada\ iibiiuarv:—Airs. Molhe Williams died Hh. IMiis and was buried Sun- Wm. I day Jan. IJtli, l'.uih 111 the Vail eeme- 7c em- 49c $1-50 all linen, 59c $'.10 89c H75C Yard Goods Sale brings out most Sen sational Bargains. DRESS GOODS, illi in. all wool storm serge. (."(• quality, per yard ENGLISH CHIFFON BATISTE, in. wide. a EIDERDOWN VELOUR FLANNEL, handsome styles. l*e values, yard 11 AC A. F. C. ZEPHYR GINGHAMS, new spring styles just in. Advance sale of these beautiful ginghams, at yd 12ic PEPPERELL, heavy bleached and half bleached, standard quality, *2.1 yds. wide, I'lic -j yds. wide 28 PEQUOT, extra heavy bleached, none better on the market. 2i yards wide, at, yd *. 34c SILKS, black dress taffeta, solfc glove hnis, every thread pure silk, brilliant lustre, yd. wide, $1.15 quality, yd .... ,74e White washable Habutai, .'!ti in. heavy quality, best yard Pure Silk Taffeta, for waists or drop skirts, etc." Nurse Stripe Cluirabray and checked Zephyr per yard time t.li were married until death. She then came west and lived in and around Vail since. inch Percales, white ground with colored stripes and figures, 15c values, at 8ie tarv. She has been ailing for unite a long time and the death of her brother, I'. B. Hoffman a week ago caused her to grow worse and there seeniud 10 he 110 help for Iter, and she peacefully passed to her home, above. Deceased was born in TorrehauKi. Indiana in IS 11'. She was married to Air. Williams in lis.VJ. I ler husband died iu IN^i. She and her husband I veil at I'oit Smith. Ark., from his has She was a lady of very gentle disiiosinon and was loved by all who knew her.s#/. She leaves to mourn her death, due daughter. Airs. JDun'.np ol ICncanip- ilient. W'\ omiug. one brother. I llotnnan ol this place, two sisti rs A.is. il.nton ol W e.it Bend. Iowa, and .Mis. Springer ol ..llvenion. IY1111. The liiiieral services were held 111 ill Alethodist church which was tilled bv sympathetic tnends. The luneral ser mon was preached bv Uev. .Norman McKay., Alis. lleh-n Dunlap ol K11 cainptnent. Wvonnng. also Airs Alav Lynn ol West Bend. Iowa was here 0 attend, the luneral. page 5 Toilet Articles. A E N S COMPOUND A POWDER, (i oz. can,borated and perfumed. at BLUE SEAL VASELINE?' pure, 10c bottle at 10c 05c CANNON'S CREAM OF ALMONDS, iiOc bottle, at. 27c I S S I A N I O E A E O W DER, 50c box, at 25c FAVORITE TOILET LOTION. 25c bottle 14c SAPONACEOUS DENTAL POW-J DER, 50c bottle. All Bristle Tooth Brushes. 25c values, at Heavy Rubber Combs',""all' coarse, 50c values ... 27c ll'BBEll SHEETING, yard 5("c quality, vard wide, 31 09c 256 LONG GLOVES Special $2.48 Think of it. First quality Real Kid 15loves. 12 and Itj.button lengths All new, fresh perfect ,'ood from one of the best glove makers in the world and offered this week at this low price 0 $2.48 W I E S A N A S A N SOME COLORS, per pair S A N $2.48 43c 34c 75c grade 49c 38 Gingham, at 8.1c Going to sail out. Fine'new. up to date residence S35O0 value at $3000 also house and II lots very cheap Call or write Henry J. Buhman, Denison, Iowa, phone li0. Chamberlain's Ciuigh Ktiuoly a Safe Medicine for children In buying a coutjh emedy for me--' the jdicine for children never he afraid to huy Chamberlain's Cough Rtmc-dy. There is no danger from it, and re lief is always sure to follow. It is intended especially for coughs, colds Si [croup and whoopms cough, and there is no better medicine in the world for. these diseases. It is not only a cer tain cure for croup, but, when given as soon as the croupy cough appears, will prevent the attack. Whooj.ing cough is not dangerous when tnis remedy is given as directed. It con tains 110 opium' or other harmful .drugs, and may be given as conndent ly to a bahv as to an adult. For de by L. E. Klosser, Broadway Drug^ st. For Sile or lt-ni Good 120 acre larm thtve mile' from Denison. Ko rrans H.os. Denison. Iowa, li-tf.