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4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4k 4b 4b S 1 Mrs. L. E. Molseed was in Omaha Saturday calling on friends and doing some shopping/. Mr. Bamford, of Denison, spent Sat urday evening here .with friends. Mrs. James Duffy spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Heddeman, near Denison. C. A. W. Colee, of Panora, Iowa, spent a couple of days here last week on business. Clarence Blackburn and Miss G. Crane, of Missouri Valley, were guests last week at the G. E. Dingman home. Jno. Byrnes visited Denison friends Sunday. M. P. Ryan made a business trip to Logan Wednesday. Mr. Baker was over from Manilla Thursday on business. Mrs. John Duffy was an Omaha vis itor the first of last week. J. J. Connors and family, from Boone, visited with friends and rela tives in and around Vail last week. Dr. Glynn was in Denison on busi ness Tuesday. Mrs. Maria Ahrenkiel is on the sick list for the past couple of weeks. E. L. Barber was here from Deni son on business Saturday. Frank Mitchell was a county seat visitor Tuesday. Mrs. W. A. Fitzsimmon's condition is reported as being much improved. Thos. Sheridan was a business call er in Denison Friday. A. W. Lyman visited the first of the week in Carroll. Henry Shirtcliffe was here from Denison Tuesday meeting his old friends. Chas. Bral was a West Side caller Saturday. Owen DeWitt was here from Coun cil Bluffs Tuesday on business. Mrs. P. Ludwig was an Omaha vis itor Tuesday. P. Finneran and his wife visited with relatives in Omaha last week. Miss Audrey Watson, of Denison, was a guest last week with her sis ter, Mrs. L. Marti, and family. Mr. Knott was over from Manillp. the first of last week on business. Loran Barton returned Thursday from ail extended visit with relatives at Chadron, Neb. For Your Xmas Presents See us. We are Furniture Dealers we have the goods that will make you happy during 1910—11. Our line of Furniture is the most complete as ever and always. Book cases, desks, library tables, the Cadillac desk table, music cabinets, buffets, sideboards, china closets, combination china closets and buffet, bud room sets, parlor sets, dining room sets, parlor tables. All these are fine for Christmas presents. Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum, Portiers, Couch Covers SALOMON FURNITURE CO. The oldest, largest and most reliable Furniture Store in Crawford County Ask for a FREE SOUVENIR. A useful present for every Lady—FREE 1 -J Rocking Chairs never come too many and are always appreciated. We have them for the baby, for the Miss or Mrs grandpa or grandma, mama or papa, in all the styles of oak finish. Also mahogany. VAIL ITEMS. Mrs. Jno. Ainsworth, from Denison, visited with friends here the first of l&st week. Frank Murtah was in West Side Sat urday on business. Attorney M. O'Connor spent last week attending court in Denison. John Krai was a business caller the first of last week in Omaha. Herman Puck and family were over from Manning the first of last week for a visit with Vail friends. James Sheridan made Jefferson a call last week. Miss Johanna Walsh spent a part of last week with Denison relatives. Jim Rollins was down from Deni son on business Wednesday. Mrs. A. W. Lyman and Miss Rookh were shopping in Omaha Tuesday. Mrs. Margaret Finley was here from Missouri Valley Thursday on business. Miss Marie Welch, who visited rel atives here last week, left Sunday evening for her home at Marshall town. Get the little girl a dresser for her bed room. It will learn her to keep her clothes put away and take care of them. Give her the right start and you will have her right.. Princess Dressers in oak, mahogany, birdseye maple. All patterns and prices. For a young lady this would be a very handsome and use ful present. Chiffoniers to match any dresser may also be had at very low prices. E. T. Ryan spent Sunday at Dun lap with relatives. J. M. Woolsencroft was at Carroll on business Monday. James Hill was in Omaha last week and purchased a couple of cars of feeders. R. McGuire was a county seat vis itor Tuesday. Dr. Dwyer, of Omaha, was here Sun day to see James Mangan, who is quite low. Frank Simon has purchased Jno. Ryan's interest in the Ryan & Ras mussen blacksmith shop and Mr. Ryan has purchased Mr. Rasmussen's interest in the Vail Motor Car com pany. H. Enenbach was a passenger to Omaha Sunday on business. Andrew Hazelton returned last week from Colorado, where he spent the summer in search of health. His friends are pleased to know that he is much improved. W. M. and F. H. Stowe, of Char lotte. Mich., visited here last week at the Pete Ludwig home. Clint Paine, of Kenebec, S. D., spent one day last week here on business. Charley Magill was a Denison caller Monday. Mrs. E. Walters and daughter, of Denison, spent the first of last week here with her mother, Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. Margaret Mitchell-Clausen, of Omaha, who has been visiting her folks here for the past two weeks, re turned home Friday. Miss Jessie McVeigh, of Omaha, vis ited friends in and around Vail last week. John Hassett, of Ifenison, was call ing on Vail friends Saturday. There were fifteen cars of stock shipped from here to Chicago Satur day evening. Miss Clara McAndrews was call ing on Denison friends Friday. Mrs. Frank Starek and Mrs. H. Clark were shopping in Denison on Thursday. Mr. Eugene Murtah and wife were in Carroll on business Tuesday. Geo. Sherwood was at West Side on business Tuesday. Mrs. L. Marti and children spent Tuesday with her parents in Denison. Mrs. Rose Maynard has returned from a visit at Cottonwood, S. D. James Watson, of Denison, was here Friday calling on friends. Mrs. Alfe Starek was up from West Side Friday and spent the day with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Miller and baby left last week for Ottumwa, at which place they will visit a couple of weeks with Dr. M. Voy and family. Mike McVeigh was in Vail Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Jones, of Deni son, spent Sunday here. Mrs. Trexel and daughter, of Deni son, were visiting Vail friends Friday. Pete Lawler, of Wall Lake, spent Saturday here'with friends. Miss Ogda Wahlin was a Denison caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrington and Mrs. M. Quirk drove to Denison Tues day and spent the day. Miss Albertine Grover went to Schleswig last week, where she will teach school for the winter. Pete Monaghan and Tom Duffy took the Sunday noon train for Omaha for ranis THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 1910 a couple of days' stay on business and pleasure. Miss Loretta Ritter and Miss O'Toole are here from Clinton county visiting at the homes of Jno. Flynn and P. F. Lynch. Emmett Quirk returned last Thurs day from a visit with his aunt, Mrs. E. Kennedy, at Lyons, Iowa. Mrs. Johnson spent Thursday in Omaha on business. Mr. Mason and Mr. Haas attend ed court at Denison last week. Lizzie Rollins-Robertson was down from Denison Wednesday in the in terest of the Review contest, for which she is a candidate for the big prize. Mrs. Anna Johnson took her depart ure Thursday morning for Omaha, where she will take a course of train ing in the Swedish missionary hos pital to become a trained nurse. Thos. DeVaney, of Platte, S. D., is here on a visit with relatives and friends. Michael Schlecta, wife and family are now nicely settled in their new home purchased of J. P. Fitch. These folks have succeeded in the past twenty years in accumulating wealth enough to keep them comfortably the balance of their lives. Their many friends welcome them to Vail. Dan Scanlan's public sale was well attended and good prices were realized for everything offered for sale. J. P. Fitch and wife took their de parture for Carroll, their future home, on Wednesday last. These folks left Vail with the good wishes of the en tire community and their many friends wish them the best things of earth and heaven. Henry Precht, of Denison, was here on business the first of last week. Miss Lillian Cranny was a Denison visitor Saturday. Frank Murtah was a passenger this (Monday) morning for Sioux City. Jess Cranny, of Missouri Valley, spent Sunday here with his parents. Thos. F. Ratchford, having settled up all his business in Vail, took the noon train Wednesday last for his future home at Omaha, where his fam ily are nicely located. Tom will be missed in Vail, where he has done business for the last thirty years, and where he enjoyed the good will and confidence of all who knew him. While regretting that the Ratchford family decided to quit their old home here. Vail friends will always be in terested in their welfare and earnest ly hope that advantages looked for ward to there will turn out O. K. Andrew Whiting and wife took their departure Saturday morning for Los Angeles, Cali., where they will spend the coming winter. Mr. Whiting and his wife are very sensible in taking the pleasures and comforts of life. It would be well if more of oUr wealthy farmers would do as Mr. Whiting is doing. Charley Johnson, who has spent the last four months here with his uncle, Axtel Lindburg,' returned to his home at Los Angeles with Mr. and Mrs. Whiting. Tom Sheridan had the misfortune to lose a valuable stallion Sunday night. He died of congestion of the lungs. Dr. Johnson, the veterinary surgeon from Carroll, was called to doctor him, but could not save him. You will have many things to lay on a table. How nice to have a new table to lay the Xmas presents on and how much better the Xmas dinner will taste and much nicer will the dining room look with a new table. See our line of round and square tables before you buy and get our prices and see our patterns. A new set of Chairs for the dining room is always appreciated. Our stock is the most complete in town. We have 35 patterns, ranging from the old round back kitchen chair to the newest style in leather, box seats, cane seats, round seats. We have some of the bast bargains over shown in these goods. A full oak, long post, heavy chair, 3 stretcher base, well finished A full post, American oak, heaw nnr solid chair for only '4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b 4b *4b4b*4b*4b4b4b4b4b4b4b4b4b4b4b4b4b***4b**4b************4b************* Little Girls Leather Rockers Turkish Rockers Bed Room Rockers Parlor Rockers Reclining Chairs Arm Chairs Bed Room Chairs .Dining Room Chairs Sitting Room Chairs Chairs for everybody and every room COUCHES in all colors of cloth and in plush and leather. Chase leather davenports and so- Parlor Sets. CHARTER OAK. Emil Kroll has decided to move to a farm near Battle Creek the first of March. He will still be on the Char ter Oak mail route, his place being the fartherest stop on Mr. Thompson's route. Ed Weed is building a new buggy shed on his farm. Mrs. Pester, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Nels Thompson, left Friday for her home. Frank Ordway was in town the first of the week distributing bills for his sale. The Wichman saloon and the Han ford cream, station received new coats of paint the last week. Clare Dearman left Thursday for Omaha. He has been working oh the Walt Wilson farm, but left for points farther east after the work had eased up. He expects to land soon in Cali fornia. John Jacobsen and A. F. Barber were in West Side and Vail last Fri day. Mr. Barber had some business in connection with the bank and John took him over in his car. Miss Oneida Dravo left Friday for Holdridge, Neb., after a pleasant visit the Barber home. Messrs. Peters, Lockhart and Rain ey were in Charter Oak Friday on business pertaining to the mill. The mill was transferred from Peters to Rainey, who expects to move here after the first of the year and do his own managing. Mr. Mertz will re main as miller. Tony Winneke was in Sioux City on Saturday. Edgar Wilson, better known as "Pete," came Sunday night from Spencer, Neb., for a visit with friends and relatives. He left Tuesday for a visit with his people in Woodbine. Dist. Superintendent Torbet preach ed both morning and evening at the Methodist church. In the afternoon he preached in the Mullen school house south of town. The Methodist Sunday school peo ple are arranging a cantata for Christmas time. They expect to give "Santa Claus' Dream." Miss Fanchon ProDasco entertained the senior class with a taffy pull last Tuesday evening. Messrs. Dave and Waterhouse and the Misses Lela Greigg, Maylou Rich ards and Edith Schelm were in Deni son Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sweet and daugh ter, Mildred, and Miss Fanchon Pro basco were in Dunlap Saturday. Cards were received the last of the week announcing the wedding of Miss Jessie Christy and H. H. Wright at the bride's home in Vermillion, S. D. They expect to make that their home. Miss Elvena Samuelson returned to her work in Denison after a week's visit with her people here. The Hill brothers, of Denison, fin ished the work on the three monu ments they have been placing in the Charter Oak cemetery. The monu ments are placed on the graves of S. L. Jones, Mrs. Peter Langholdt and John Dorfler, and taken together ag gregate about a carload of rock, be sides the coping laid. Wm. Rae and wife were in Sioux City Friday. "A Wise Fool." This show plays the No chair has gained friends like the Automatic Piorrta Chair. The easy chair that everybody has looked for so long. If you have one you would not part with it. If you have none get one new. Oar famous Kingston Re clining Chair is the newest thing on the market. This chiir can be adjusted by simp ly moving yourself in the cha to any position you wish to sit or lay in. Has no but tons or rods to fool with. See them. Kitchen Cabinets The ANDERSOJf KITCH EN CABINET is the best Kitchan Cabinet on the market. It does not matter what the name is. the An derson is the best. It has them all going It is the cabinet that leads in style, handy compartments and the lowest priced cabinet of its kind. We handle,many different patterns from the cheapest to the best. Our prices on these as well as all other goods will please you. next night in Denison, so the people of Charter Oak need not worry as to its quality. The last of the Weed and Wilson houses was finished up the latter part of the week and the first of this week J. C. Jacobsen moved his goods into it. Miss Golda Lee came from Arion the first of the week for a visit with friends here. She left the next day for her school north of Ricketts. Miss Pauline Melchert returned to her home in Sioux City Wednesday, after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. F. C. Mertz, in Charter Oak. She will be accompanied by her other sis ter, Miss Charlotte, who goes for a visit of a few days in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Edlef Jurgensen re turned Monday afternoon from a visit with relatives at Manning, Manilla and Aspinwall. Dr. Waterhouse has been making frequent calls to Denison the past week, caring for a patient he has in the hospital there. Miss Tamsen Drake, from Juneau, Wis., came Tuesday evening to spend the winter with her brother, Theo. Drake. The following auction sales have been announced for next week in the Charter Oak country: B. E. Weed and Lownes Brothers, Dec. 12 Paul Kelm, Dec. 13 Aug. Greene, Dec. 15., and C. W. Dahn, Dec. 16. MANILLA ITEMS. Edw. Saunders went to Chicago on Tuesday to attend the stock show. Rockeley Barber transacted busi ness in Omaha Tuesday. The box social at Astor Friday was well attended and the school made $40, which will go to the library fund. P. N. Bliven and Alden Sykes work ed in Harlan this week installing a furnace. The Standard Bearers met Saturday evening with Miss Adah Van Slyke. After the regular program was given a dainty luncheon was served. Jim McCracken went to Chicago on Tuesday to attend the live stock show. Miss Arbor Reed and Mr. Harry Orem, of Denison, visited the latter part of the week at the former's pa rental home. John Dyson has rented a business* building in Sioux City and expects to move there the first of the year and open up a shoe store. "The King of the Cattle Show" was not well attended. They gave a con cert on the street in the afternoon Wednesday which was good. John McCracken attended the stock show in Chicago the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Draper are en joying a visit from the former's sister, Mrs. Heim, of Dawson, Neb. P. C. Gray and Joe Schramm re turned Saturday from Denison where they have been attending court. W. H. VanSlyke. of Dunlap, visited here the past week with his son, F. L., and family. Misses Robina and Margaret Theo bald returned Monday from their month's visit with friends in Wiscon sin. W. H. Conrad and family expect to leave Wednesday for Reeder, N. D., where they will go on a home stead. The lecture Tuesday night by Rev. EAS YADjpSTABUf FICCUHINO winF AUTOMATIC foot the other furnishings. All the advantages of the sectional system with the beauty of a one-piece bookcase. Our showing was never more complete than now. Phone us for booklet. PAGE THREE We guarantee every GUNN Sectional Book case that is sold from this store. We stake our rep utation on the construc tion, finish, accessibility and ease of operation of all our Gunn Sectional Bookcases. The ball bear in non-binding doors and other exclusive features together with the absolute elimination of unsightly iron bands and sectional ear marks, and the many woods and fin ishes in which they are made, place the Gunn cases first in utility and harmonious keeping with enjoyed the lecture, which was "The Wandering Jew." Mrs. August Weber, who recently underwent an operation at the M. E. hospital in Omaha, is reported get ting along nicely. Dr. W. B. Liggett, our up-to-date dentist, has recently installed an elec tric motor to his dental operating room. This little machine operates the various dental tools used by the doctor, enabling him to perform this delicate work very rapidly and with the least pain and inconvenience to his patrons. Few dental parlors out side the cities are equipped with such modern appliances.- The new addition to J. C. Dyson's store lias been completed and this, with the second floor, which is being fixed for a clothing room, will give Mr. Dyson considerable more space and add greatly to the appearance of his new store. Warren Reams, of Defiance, visit ed friends in Manilla Tuesday. M. S. Broderick will hold a public sale Tuesday, December 20th. Mr. Broderick has decided to quit farm ing and go to Nebraska. Mr. Jno. Potter, of Battle Creek, came Monday to look after some bus iness affairs. Lee Alfred returned Sunday from Montana, where he has been working the past two months. J. P. Barber went to Wisconsin on Friday to attend the funeral of his brother. Mrs. A. J. Higgins and daughter, Mrs. V. J. Ream, of Ponca, Okla., are visiting with the former's sisters, Mrs. B. F. Winey and Mrs. Jno. Harrison. The Missionary society of the Pres byterian church met Thursday with Mrs. Pease. John. Dyson went to Chicago Mon day to purchase stock for his new store in Sioux City. The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres byterian church met Wednesday after noon with Mrs. C. A. Sykes. Mrs. Dave Weaver is enjoying a visit from her sister of Springfield, Neb. The Guild meets Friday afternoon with Mrs. Mcintosh. Miss Elsie Hatch, of Bayard, spent Saturday here with Miss Bessie Saun ders. Hans Hoffeins. of Lincoln, Neb., came Monday for a visit with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hoffeins. The K. P. sisters and their hus bands gave Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hird a surprise Tuesday evening at their home. A large crowd was in attend- Sutton Bros, this week installed a new set of floor show cases of the latest style and design, with French plate glass top. This, after having the store papered and painted, makes the interion of their drug store look like one in a large city. J. H. Tryon and sOn, C. O., have contracted to build a large home for Hemphill in Buck Grove, and are now in Buck Grove busy at work. Everybody is planning on attending the corn show Thursday and Friday. Word has been received here from Dakota that Lute Tillett, who moved there in the spring, had the misfor tune to have all his grain and straw burned and also his son, Ralph, was quite badly burned by the fire. The loss amounted to about $1,000.