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V- H*a tj ,2nr IVff- I- $ MM. mm: 'v." Arion Anchor Local Briefs. Samuel Fox and wife returned from Council Bluffs Wednesday where they at in A ^Yeatherbee, who is a cousin of Mrs. Fox. Alia Cool of Neleigh, Nebr.,visited at the C. C. Tripp home. He wa3 a former school mate of Mrs. Tripp. They had not met for forty years and the meeting was a pleasant occasion talking over old times. The home of Pat Mullin and wife "was a scene of much happiness la&t Friday evening it being the twelfth birthday of Margaret Mullin. About sixteen of her schoolmates were in cited. The commodious rooms of the Mullin home were given over to the children, who were not slow in finding pleasant amusements. Dainty re freshments were served that was en joyed by all. Many tokens of re membrance were given Margaret by her friends. A meeting of the Board of Direct ors of Arion State Bank was held the "26th of Feb. There was re-organiz ation of the officers caused by the res ignation of J. L. Maurer from the Presidency of the bank, on account of his private business requiring his ab sence from hime the greater part of the time. Thos. Rae was elected President to fill the vacancy, S. Fox /•sr. was elected Vice Pres., Chas. Horn being continued as cashier. This bank has done a safe business in the past and will continue on a conserva tive basis in the future. The leap year social held at the home of R. A. Talcott last Saturday evening was a success in every way. The young men did well in providing a basket for two, the ladies doubted Arion State Bank Arion, Iowa. Capital $25000.00 5 per cent interest on Time Deposits. WE WRITE I N S A N E of all kinds. If you are in need of a policy, come in and let us tell you all about it. Money to Loan O I E S THOS. RAE Pres. SAM FOX. Vice Pre*. UHAS. HORN. Cashier. J. U. WISE, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Now with ARION MERCANTILE CO.. Arion. la. Calls answered day and night. Floral de signs furnished. N. F. STILLSON, Blacksmith and Wagon Maker Arion, Iowa. Horseshoeing fl Specialty. All work guaranteed. 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. *\}0UT ?a\T0Tva^« SoYvctaeA, R. 0. CLARK, Mgr. Arion, Iowa. 4C USt Hi i"1 S 4, "j W rV: 1 Golden Sheaf Flour Iq.UR BEST flour.I 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. We pay top prices for wheat. CALL US UP. THE ARION MILL CO 'J \'t -"t :i i, their ability. The number of baskets prepared exceeded the number of young ladies present, but they didn't allow a basket to be unsold, conse quently several young ladiea purchased two baskets. Many thanks are voted Mr. Talcott and wife, who so kindly opened their house to the young peo ple so much for the enjoyment of all present. The Board of Directors for the Crawford county fair met in Arion Feb. 27th. President Thos. Rae called the meeting to order and im portant matters were discussed. The rpembers of the association are very zealous that thefair will be a suc cess. Andrew Mackey was re elected school director for this place for the ensuing year. Gus Haman and wife are visiting at the pleasant home of Ottis Nelson and wife. Pete Farrelly and wife of Kenwood visited at the home of Mrs. Mary Conroy. Chas. Justice has rented the Chas. Butler farm one mile south of Arion. a an el at is birthday Feb 29th. As this anniver sary only comes once in four years he continues to retain is youth and does not grow old as other people. Mrs. Kline went to Dakota Monday and does not expect to return soon. Aggie Holliday of Denison is spend ing a week with friends here. Mrs. Chas. Horn spent Thursday at the home of her parents, Sol Gibson and wife. The friends of Percy Doidge are sorry to know that he has pneumonia. Born. March 1st, to M. Rakin and wife a baby boy. The dance in the hall Friday even ing was well attended, several were over from Charter Oak. Frank Michels shipped his house hold goods and stock to Emmettsberg, where he will engage in farming. Many are sorry to lose this fine fam ily from our midst. Much sympathy is extended to M. Ballentine and wife, who were called on last Wednesday to part with their little'daughter Alfreda. The little one had only been sick a few days and death came to them with a severe shock. Alfreda was tourteen months old and was the joy of the household. Their hearts are bleeding and turn and a wound m&de that can be healed only by time and the One who said "Suffer the children to come unto me and forbid them not, for such is the Kingdom of Heaven." Ida Davis of West Side and Hattie Rule were pleasant callers in Arion Sunday. F.lsworth Downs went to Overton. Nebr., where he expects to make his future home. Mrs. Wm. Marr went to Denison Saturday to see her brother, Pete Eggers, who underwent a surgical operation at the Denison hospital last week. Henry Harper transacted business here Wednesday. Mrs. Hagen of Concord, Nebr., •called on friends here Thursday. She was on her journey to Deloit where she attended the funeral of her cousin. Lawence Winans. N. P. Underhill shipped two car loads of hogs to Cudahay, Wis. John Eggers went to Council Bluffs Monday. There are now three men employed in the tower in this place. Where an office is kept open during night and day, the new law requires each man but eight hours' work daily. Clyde Rose is the new man here. Albert Doidge of East Boyer passed through here Monday. He is moving on a farm that he just purchased in Willow township. Dave Houston of Phoenix. Arizona writes to his friends that they are nicely settled in their new home, and the month of February there is quite similar to the month of May in Iowa. The Friday club met last week with the Pres. Mrs. L. C. Butler. A delicious luncheon was served. At 5 o'clock the ladies adjourned to meet in two weeks with Mrs. Chas. Horn. Daisy Glassburner gave last Friday evening at the school house, two miles south of here, a fine programme that was enjoyed by many patrons of the W. B. EVANS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ARION, low A ,«• V. I 1 »f ,.v I i~ .I I ,( 1" utitl 1 3 ^r school, after which a basket social took place. The baskets were auc tioned off and brought the highest market price. Chas. Justice was the auctioneer. The proceeds are to be used to purchase an organ for the school. Miss Glassburner is to be congratulated. Henry Cummings and famliy moved to Denison Monday. They resided here for four years and in that time have made many friends, who regret having them leave here. Mr. Cum mings filled the office of deputy sheriff here and did his work satisfactorly, but it was thought by the board un necessary to retain an officer here any longer and so discontinued the office. The Arion people commend him high ly to the citizens of Denison. The Ladies Aid Society met with Mrs. C. C, Conrad last Saturday. The ladies were given a delicious luncheon which reflects much credit on Mrs. Conrad's culinary abilities. Russel Conrad also entertained the ladiea very nicely by playing several piano selections. Mrs. Herman Leek of Deniaon came here Friday and attended the funeral of little Alfreda Ballentine. Chas. Chase changed cars here Mon day for Denison. W. C. Larson and wife went to Council Bluffs last Saturday evening. Mr. Larson returned Monday and Mrs. Larson and children remaining sever al days visiting with friends. Mrs. Gibbons of Carroll was greet ing many friends here last Sunday. She went to Kenwood from here to at tend the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. Pat Coll'n. Owing to the change of the triain service on the I. C. road. Rev. Doug las did not preach here last Sunday afternoon. R. T. VAN METRE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Dow City, Iow& VAIL ITEMS. Barney Coats was a Denison caller Thursday. The post poned sale of Barley Mit chells was held on Thursday, last. It did not look like there was any stringency in the money market, to see the price the cattle and horses brought. Cows sold from two hund red gfollars to three hundred and fifteen dollars. The latter price was realized for one four year old mare. R. H. Guhne made a trip to Denison Tuesday. r* Mr. Crouch of Glenwood was visit ing at the W. F. Shove home east of town. Robert Crampton of Lyons Iowa, is visiting his relatives here for the past week. Miss Kate Schraam of Odebolt, vis ited friends in the vicinity of Vail last week. W. W. Cushman of Denison was a Vail caller Thursday. Mrs. Jennie Kruger left on the afternoon train, Thursday, for Omaha. She disposed of all her property at Schleswig except her interest in the bank, and sent her household goods, and family to Omaha, Monday, and came over to attend her father's sale. We were in hopes Mrs. Kruger would decide to come to Vail to live, but she thought best, for her and her fam ily to move to Omaha. The best wish es of her friends in this vicinity go with her. She deserves to prosper where ever she goes. Milo Kelly of Arion was a visitor at the Chas. Eland home here last week. Mart McCullough was calling on friends in Denison Sunday. Mrs. Conroy of Arion was in Vail a couple of days last week. Sam McCullough of Denison was calling on Vail friends here, Friday. E. B. Spottswood of West Side spent Sunday with friends here. Mrs. Fortson and Mrs. Pierce were in Denison Tuesday. Alfred Tempest spent Sunday here with his family. Joe McDonnell made a business trip to Denison Friday. Tom Jochemsin and his boys were in Denison on business Thursday. Mrs. Jno. Giblin visited friends at Carroll Tuesday. "i Mrs. W. W. Watson and Mrs. C. C. Vail called on. Iriends at West Side, Tuesda. \f- Charles Slechta went to Sioux City Wednesday to attend the sale of thorough bred horses. He expects to buy four or five pedigreed mares. Ed. Duffy and F. Simon made a trip to Boyer, Tuesday. James Long was in Denison Thurs day on business. W. H. Brocklesby made a trip to West Side, Tuesday. T. Hoffman was a caller in Deni son, Friday. Bert and Bart Mitchell were attend ing to business at the county seat, Thursday. Mrs. M. Brennan departed Friday morning for Midland, South Dakota, to look after their land interests there. Mart Ryan was attending to busi ness in Denison, Thursday. Mrs. Sam McCullough and son of iw-» 1.33V THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1908. Denison was calling on friends here, last week. Thos. Fitz Gibbons made a business trip to West Side, Tuesday. Tom O'Shonnessy of Sioux City was calling on friends in Vail last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch spent Sat urday in Denison. Clark White sold his black driving horse to some parties of Des Moines. The horse brought a fancy price. It was shipped Friday. Mrs. 13. P. Mouaglian was calling on friends in Arcadia, Sunday. Mrs. M. R. McGrath spent Satur day in Denison with friends. Mm. Trachta of Cedar Rapids. ,a brother of Mrs. Ed. Krai's is visiting here for the past week. James Brogan and Andy Harring ton went to Denison Saturday on busi ness. Blain Paine visited friends at Glid den, Sunday. Robert White of West Side was in Vail on business, Friday. Mrs. Carrolton and daughter of Kansas are guests at the Pat McCarthy home for the past couple of weeks. John Selzer of Carroll was here Friday in the interest of his whole sale business. Alva Daniels of Denison attended the ball here, Friday night. Ed. Hannon was attending to busi ness in Denison, Saturday. Miss Vera Flansburg of Gliddeta, la., visited at the Clint Paine home here. Friday and Saturday of last week. James Barrett came down from Den ison Saturday night to visit friends here. Will Wilroth of Denison was an ever Sunday visitor here with his brother-in-law, Wm. Byrnes and wife. A pretty home wedding was solemn ized Wednesday morning, Feb. 26th, 190S, when Miss Lochner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lochner, was united in marriage to Mr. Herman Christiansen. The ceremony was per formed by Rev. Pughe. There were no attendants. Following congratu lations a wedding dinner was served. Mi-, and Mrs. Christiansen will make their home on a farm, south of Vail. Mr. Anton of West Side was a Vail visitor Wednesday. M. J. Ket(ne was transacting busi ness in the county seat Saturday. Miss Clara McCarthy of Denison was an over Sunday visitor with her sister, Mrs. W. F. Mitchell. The Somer Set Club enjoyed its regular weekly meeting Tuesday even ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Ratchford. A luncheon concluded the evening's pleasures. W. F. Mitchell made a business trip to Arcadia last week. Miss Loretta Callilian who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Man gan for the past three weeks, return ed to her home in Clinton City, Mon day morning. Mrs. Ed. Monaghan has bought the O'Dein residence property, now occu pied by Will Mitchell and will soon occupy the same. Will_ Lamb Jr. of Denison was an our streets Monday. Mrs. Hanus had the misfortune to fall, Sunday while doing her house work, and break her arm. Jas. Langair and son of Sioux City, Dr. Langan and son of Clinton City, and Mrs. Logue of Centerville, S. D. attended the funeral of Mr. B. Langan here last week. Quite a number from here attended a card party at McDonnell Bros, home west of town last Friday night and all report a splendid time. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. McAndrews of Denison was calling on friends here, last week. Thos. Devaney was in South Dakota the first of last week looking after his land interests there. Maurice Farley moved his house hold goods last week to a farm, five' miles south of Vail, where, he ,will farm for the coming year. Mm. Farley was in Omaha last week and purchased several horses. Among them was a fancy well matched white team which he can be seen driving occasionally. I Mike McGrath shipped to Chicago 'rev.»^v" *?-''pru' 4& -*slfi\ Monday night, four loads of cattle and James Mitchell, two loads. Chas. Magill was a passenger to Denison, Sunday. Miss Winifred Wright of Denison was calling on friends here the last of last week. Otto Suitor returned to his claim in South Dakota Saturday, after a two months visit here. John Breen of Webster City is here for the past week, calling on friends. The now famous Army Automobile went through Vail. Few people saw it because it went through toWu early Sunday morning. Saturday evening after dark a few of our practical jokers procured an old buggy and bor rowed from R. Brockelsby the head lights from his Auto alsu his auto horn and went east of town a quarter of a mile and came slowly into town tooting the horn. A large number of our town people turned out to greet the advance guard of the racers across the inuddy roads of Iowa. Some were ready with cigars and other beverages, but when they saw the buggy they saw they were sold, and all took the joke in good- part. You can't excite anyone in Vail now with an Auto horn. Jim Brogan and family will move to the farm vacated by John O'Boyle. Mr. Brogan has now two hundred and forty acres adjoining the incorpora tion of Vail and has one of the best farms in the county. M. R. McGrath and family have moved to town and will remain there until their new residence is built. They will build on their land south east of the depot. They have one of the best building locations in the county and have already built a fine barn and cattle shed and granary. Ed. Krai is moving to the home purchased from Mike McGrath. This is a place hard to beat. Mrs. Eland is moving to the Vennink place south of town, and John Breen to the place vacated by Mrs. Eland. The world moves and rf course it is natural that people would move. Pete Ludwig spent the first of this week in Omaha. John Larson and Charley Duffy was sight seeing in Omaha Monday. EAST BOYER. Amelia Reetz is in Denison this week, assisting Mrs. Timm with her house work, who has been sick. Wm. Tucker moved his family to Denison Monday, where they will make their future home. Tom Magner and sister, Maggie went to Charter Oak Sunday to at tend the funeral of Mrs. Patrick Col lins. John Reetz spent a few days last week with his brother near Kenwood. The Magner and Murchland families visited at the Shonie home Sunday evening. Geary Comstock and wife moved last Monday to the Nora Kinney farm south of Vail. Katharine Conroy of Arion is spend ing the week with her cousin, Mrs. Sullivan. August DeMay visited at the Reetz home last Sunday. Mr. Carey moved up from Manilla last week to his farm he recently pur chaed of Mr. Voss. Annie Andersen is spending a few days with her brother this week. We are dividing our enameled ware sale next Saturday in order to give the farmer people a chance at some of the wonderful bargains offered—56 dozen dish pans, coffee pots, stew pans etc., at 10c each while they last will be put on sale at 3 o'clock for the farmers special benefit. Racket store. Most people know that if they have been sick they need Scott*s Emul sion to bring back health and strength. But the strongest point about Scott's Emulsion is that you don't have to be sick to get results from it. It keeps up the athlete's strength, puts fat on thin people, makes a fretful baby happy, brings color to a pale girl's cheeks, and pre vents coughs, colds and consumption. Food in concentrated form for sick and well, young and old, rich and poor. And it contains no drugs and no alcohol. ALL DRUGGISTS SOc. AND $1.00. m. The NOTICE IN PROBATE STATE OF IOWA I Crawford County fSS'~T In Probate In the matter of the estate of H. Norman late of Crawford County, deceased. Notice of Appointment of Executor. To Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that on the 22nn day of November 1907 the undersigned was duly ap pointed Executor of the above entitled estate, and all creditors of said estate are notified to file their claims in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, in and for v. rawford county, Iowa, within one year from date of this notice, according to law, and have the same allowed and ordered paid by said court, or stand forever barred therefrom. Dated February 22nd. 1918. H. A. NORMAN. Conner & Lally Executor. Att'y for the Executor. 9*3 & \. Page it Don't forget to see DR. WEBER, the Lye and Ear Doctor who cures, on Thursday, March 12, at Nielsen Hotel Examination free. WEST SIDE ITEMS. C. A. Boock and family moved to the Wagner farm east of town last week. Mrs. Irene Barrett and little son of Boone, Iowa, visited at the home o£ her grand-parents, Mrs. and Mrs. E. Dewey, last week, returning home Friday. Mr. John Sierks and family expect to move this week into their hand some new residence, which has just been completed. Russell Suhr has been quite sick the past week. Henry iWiese sold his 'residence property to Dr. C. O. Grimes last Sat urday. AVe understand that Mr. Weise and family will move to Texas where he has purchased land. The school, three miles west of town taught by Miss Emma Suhr, gave an entertainment and basket social at the school house last Fri day evening. William Wiese and family left for their new home at Randolph, Neb., this week. Last Friday evening, the West Side basket ball team was defeated by the Denison team at Denison. The score being 48 to 64. Mr. J. B. Truesdell and Miss Min nie Marshall were married last Thurs day, Feb. 27, at the home of the brides' parents in Denison. Iowa. Both bride and groom are well known in West Side and have a host of friends who congratulate and wish the young couple much happiness through the years to come. We under stand they will make their home in Manning, Iowa. Miss Edith Dodd was sick with the grip the latter part of the week. The Ladies Industrial of the M. E. church met with Mrs. M. J. Camp-, bell this week. At a caucus held at the school building, Monday evening, March 3, 1903, to nominate school directors, Mr. Hans H. Sievers and Mr. Ernest Massman were nominated to succeed Mr. Henry Dohse and Mr. Henry Moeller, and J. 11. C. Peters was nom inated for Treasurer to succeed him self. Mrs. S. .T. Wagner of Denison was a West Side visitor last week. Mrs. Chas. H. Smutney of Denison spent several days at the home of her parents, last week. Mrs. F. J. Gary was a Carroll call er last week. John D. Scheldorf was down town for the first time in seven weeks last Monday. He has had quite a siege of sickness, but is now looking and feel ing quite well again. Mr. W. WT. Cozad has decided to leave the hotel business, and we understand that parties from Grin nell, Iowa, have rented the building and will conduct the business in fu ture. Mr. August Voss and family have moved from their farm into the house recently vacated by C. A. Boock and family. 1 ,• COLLEGE NOTES. Our janitor. John Catton. has been seriously ill now for more than a week, John Lee is now attending to the janitor work. A part of the morning exercises for the past week has been the deliv ery of orations by the members of the senior class. It has been generally understood that the West Side High school Bask et Ball Team could not be beaten in this part of the state. Consequently the victory of the college team with a score 64 to 48 makes the boys feel pretty good. At the recent basket social the students cleared $31.00 for the athletic association. The students are preparing their declamations for the coming declama tory contest. •?*. Prof. F. L. Beman attended the teachers' meeting in Schleswig on Saturday last. He delivered an ad- •, t," dress on •'Practical Education."