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PAGE FOUR
DENISON ESCAPES
SUNDAY BUZZARD
While Rest of Iowa is Experiencing
Old Time Blizzard Denison En
joys Good Weather.
DEEP SNOW AT DES MOINES, IA,
Sunday Blizzard Worst of the Season
In Many Parts of State. Traffic
Inrerfered With.
Sunday afternoon and evening a
regular old time blizzard raged over
Iowa and Nebraska, causing great in
convenience to traffic of all kinds. At
Des Moines eleven inches of snow was
reported and street car traffic was at
a stand still. Council Bluffs fared ev
en worse, the temperature descended
SO degrees in an hour. The storm al
so affected the wire connections be
tween Des Moines and Omaha. Bur
lington, at the other extremity of the
state, reported the worst blizzard of
the winter. Eastern Iowa has not
suffered as the other parts of the
state from the excessive snowfall.
Dubuque, Clinton and Sioux City re
ported winter temperatures again, but
a lack of snow. Cedar Rapids report
ed heavy fall of snow.
The storm originated in Texas and
is making a path from the Panhandle
to the great lakes.
The storm did not reach Denison or
Crawford County, the temperature was
somewhat lower during Sunday even
ing, freezing the ground so that team
ing and heavy hauling was interfer
red with to some extent. Since Sun
day the weather has been ideal with a
tendency to March winds.
A BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Mrs. Phoebe Isbell is Surprised by a
Party of Friends on Occasion
of Her 83d Birthday.
Monday last was the 83d birthday
©t Mrs. Phoebe Isbell, who resides on
East Walmit street with her daughter,
Mrs. Florence Hope. Old friends of
the family arranged for a surprise
party for her that day. As many read
ers will jremember, the Isbell family
was one of the pioneers of Jackson
township. The husband, James Is
bell, was a man of strong personal
ity,, a leader in his community. The
wife in her daily walk won a warm
'spot in the hearts of all who knew
"her and in time "Aunt Phoebe" be
came looked upon as the embodiment
of loving kindness. It is not strange,
therefore, that on Monday the old
ifriends in Jackson were down to re
:smeirrter her birthday. Among these
""were: George Gunn and wife, F. J.
"Gunn and wife, Frank Weed and wife,
Mrs. George and Mrs. Henry Maynard,
Mrs. Will Maynard and Mrs. Slechta.
"LThey brought their dinners and the
party was "simply grand," as one of
the group told of it. Mrs. Isbell is
the mother of Mrs. John Baker, and
is a woman highly respected by all.
Married.
Lorenzen-Berndt.—On Tuesday, Feb.
27., 1912, at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. C. Berndt, in Denison,
Mr. Andrew C. Lorenzen and Miss
Anna Berndt, Rev. F. Frese offic
iating.
The wedding was a quiet one, only
a few relatives being, present. Miss
Emma Berndt, a niece of the bride,
acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. Carl
Berndt, a brother, as best man. The
bride wore a gown of white silk and
carried a boquet of flowers, veil and
wreath. Rev. F. Frese performed the
^ceremony, the form of the Lutheran
church being used. After the cere
mony the company partook of an ele
gant repast, served by the bride's
mother.
The groom is a young man well
.known in Denison and vicinity, having
lived here all his life. In early life
lie was left an orphan, since which
4ime he has had to do for himself,
fie has made the most of his opportun
ities, and is considered an exemplary
young man. The bride is also well
and favorably known in Denison, and
an Goodrich township, where she was
born. She will make an ideal wife
the husband of her choice. The hap
py couple will live on a farm in East
Boyer township, owned by the groom.
The out of town guests at the wed
'•ding were: Mr. and Mrs. Gus Greene,
Ashton, S. D. Mrs. Carl Petersen,
Correctionville, Iowa Mr. and Mrs.
-John Berndt, Schleswig, Iowa Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Bosecker and son, Mt.
Carmel, 111., and Mr. arid Mrs. Henry
Sanders, Cedar Creek, Neb.
Married, at the home of the bride's
parents on February 20th, Rev. Frese
officiating, Mr. Johannes Sieck and
Miss Amanda Shoeuing. William llrr.
3and and Meta Schroeder, both of Ma
xiilla, acted as groomsman and brides
maid. Both groom and best man were
dressed in navy blue suits, while the
bride and bridesmaid were attired in
blue satin, trimmed with white lace.
Mr. and Mrs. Sieck went to Lyons,
Iowa, for a wedding trip, but will be
at home to their friends after March
ilst on a farm near Ricketts, Iowa.
IVY
DR. FRANKLIN P. LYNCH.
Chief Surgeon of Hospital at the
Mouth of the Congo River
Visits in Denison.
There was a man in Denison last
Tuesday evening whose fame as a
physician and surgeon is extended far
in the country of the South Congo, on
the west coast of Africa. He came
with little herald, on short notice, and
spoke on mission work in the dark
continent. Over twenty years ago
Dr. Franklin P. Lynch, a young man
with a brilliant future as a rising sur
geon in Connecticut, possed of excep
tional education, decided to make his
life work that of a medical mission
ary. He was assigned to the Congo,
and went there to learn the language
and try to uplift a people devoid of
honesty and morality. He is now at
the head of the great hospital at
Kukimvika, which is at the mouth of
the Congo river. The hospital has
thirty beds, but often sixty patients
needing help. As a sample of what
must be done on the foreign field, the
Baptist society allows $250 a year for
the support of this hospital and Dr.
Lynch not over $750, one-fourth of
which must be paid out for customs
duties. It has been by curing their
diseases that the natives are won to
the missionaries and willing to send
their children to the schools and hear
the bible religion. Dr. Lynch is a
mah of high culture, well up in his
profession, capable to earn large fees
in America, but willing to devote his
life for the primitive people of the
Congo. His talk at the Baptist
church was uplifting and instructive.
Jurors Drawn.
The following named jurors have
been drawn and will appear for the
April term of court:
R. W. Paul, Boyer Ed Bumann, Den
son Harry Larson, Willow Albert
Opperman, Iowa Gust Sanders, Kiron
Precinct Geo. Ahart, Denison 1st
Ward John Watke, Denison Thomas
Schroeder, Goodrich Christ Brink,
Willow J. W. Cramer, Union Bert
Jenkins, Denison 1st Ward Claus
Krohnke, Schleswig Precinct Her
man Jahn, Jr., Hayes E. Trexel, Den
ison Asa Jones, Charter Oak Martin
Dobler, Vail Precinct A. K. Ivey,
Nishnabotny Julius Krohnke, Mor
gan H. T. Bleismann, Denison 1st
Ward Detlef Heide, Goodrich Peter
Sander, Jr., Denison 2d Ward Earl
Buffington, Goodrich L. P. Bahnsen,
Charter Oak W. J. Northam, Denison
2d Ward Re.nhold Bahls, Iowa J. G.
Wygant, Denison 3d Ward Enos
Voege, Jackson Chas. E. Pierce, Nish
nabotny Hans Wilkens, Jackson
Claus Munster, Charter Oak F. W.
Roberts, Union C. E. Robbinult, Den
ison 3d Ward Wm. Rabe, Morgan
Russell Lindman, Stockholm Henry
Linde, Goodrich W. E. Mason, Mil
ford John H. Storjohan, Denison 3d
Ward Delos Maak, Stockholm L. E.
Poitevin, Union.
Marriage Licenses.
The following marriage licenses
were issued at the clerk's office dur
ing the past week:
Feb. 21: Chris F. Brink and Mabel
Strait.
Feb. 23: William M. McLaren and
Althea M. McAllister.
Feb. 20: Andrew C. Lorenzen and
Anna W. L. Berndt W. H. A. Wein
reich and Marie Holscher.
Feb. 27: Charley F. Hansen and
Anna M. Boyens.
DAIRY TRAIN TO VISIT DENISON
Continned from page one.
There should be a large crowd in
attendance when the train pulls into
Denison on Monday, March 18th. Ev
ery farmer in the vicinity should try
to arrange to be here and hear the
lectures, which will be delivered. The
following speakers will be on the
train: Hugh G. VanPelt, state dairy
expert E. E. Estel, assistant dairy
expert G. W. Patterson, North Iowa
dairy expert W. \V\ March, owner ol"
Dairy Maid of Pineliurst W. B. Bar
ney, state dairy commissioner G. H.
Tellier, assistant dairy commissioner
Dr. O. P. Thompson, assistant dairy
commissioner C. A. Nelson, Holstein
cattle breeder J. J. Ross, assistant
state dairy commissioner W. B.
Quarton, Guernsey cattle breeder.
Farm for Sale.
The farm belonging to the W. G.
Thompson estate, described as the
north fractional half of the northeast
quarter of Section 1-82-38, containing
about 104 acres, has been ordered sold
by the district court under an action
in partition. The farm is located
about 5 miles north of Manilla, 9 miles
southeast of Denison and 7 miles
south of Vail, and is well improved
with fences and buildings and the
land is all good and in fine condition.
Parties looking for a good farm
should communicate at once with the
undersigned, as the farm will sell at
an early date.
R. C. Jackson,
Edw. Theobald,
Jno. W. Roehr?
Referees in Partition.
9-2t Manilla, Iowa.
niin nci-
CELEBRATE THEIR
GOLDEN WEDDING
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Lehfeldt Married
Fifty Years Last Monday, Feb
ruary 26th.
FRIENDS HELP CELEBATE EVENT
Elegant Six-O'Clock Dinner Served at
Home of Hon. Rudolph Lehlfeldt
in Honor of Occasion.
On Monday, February 26th, Mr. and
Mrs. Fritz Lehfeldt were married just
fifty years, and the occasion was cele
brated by inviting a number of friends
to their home on West Broadway. At
6 o'clock the company, numbering
twenty-five partook of an elegant din
ner, served at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. It. Lehfeldt, a brother, and at
whose home the evening was spent.
A most enjoyable time was held and
Mr. and Mrs. Lehfeldt were the recip
ients of many presents and words of
congratulations.
For the past fifteen years this
worthy couple has lived in Denison,
where they have enjoyed the fruits
of hard labor earlier in life. Prior to
moving here they resided in Otter
Creek township, where Mr. Lehfeldt
owns a very fine farm, and where an
adopted daughter, Mrs. Nick Boysen,
now resides. Mr. Lehfeldt is 83 years
of age and Mrs. Lehfeldt is 70 years.
The Review joins many friends in
wishing this worthy couple many more
years of joy and happiness together.
RESIGNS AS MANAGER.
After Fifteen -Years' Cotinuous Man
agement, B. J. Sibbert Resigns
As Manager of Opera House.
Mr. B. J. Sibbert has tendered his
resignation as manager of the Ger
mania opera house, to take effect on
March 1st. Mr. Sibbert has been in
continuous management of Denison
amusement house for the past 15
years, and only resigns at this time
because of lack of time to give the
house the attention necessary. With
his large hardware, implement and
automobile business to look after, to
say nothing of his extensive land hold
ings, his time is entirely taken up.
Mr. Sibbert has been a most accommo
dating manager, and has given the
public the best of entertainment at
his command. The condition of the
opera house lias been a great draw
back to him, but it was a condition
over which Mr. Sibbert had
THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28, 1912.
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trol. Denison is entitled to the best
of entertainments traveling, but with
this poor facitility for taking care of
them it is not strange that Denison
nas been passed. A new manager will
undoubtedly be chosen at the first
meeting of tlie German Verein.
The Friday club cook books are
now for slle at Chas. Bartcher's store
on Broadway. 9-11
FOR SALE—Set of Crawford coun
ty histories, which were published last
year. Both volumes in excellent cqn
dition. A bargain if sold at one.-, tn
quire at this office. fl-if
NEW SPRING MILLINERY
NEW SPRING WASH GOODS.
NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS & SILKS
DENISON MERCHANT ABROAD.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Balle Sail for Italy
March 1st—Business Combined
With Pleasure.
Mr. and Mi*s. A. C. Balle left Sun
day evening for Chicago, leaving there
Monday evening for New York City
and will sail from that city March
1st on the steamship Berlin for south
ern Italy, where they will meet their
daughter, Miss Sophia Balle. Mr. and
Mrs. Balle will remain abroad for a
year or two and the trip will not be
for pleasure alone as they expect to
visit all the larger cities and trade
centers and purchase goods for the
Balle-Brodersen store. Before sail
ing Mr. Balle will meet Miss
Schumaker, Miss Clark and Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Balle in New York,
where goods will be bought for the
spring opening. Miss Margaret Meyer,
sister of Mrs. Julius Balle, will ac
company Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Balle to
southern Italy, where she will join
friends and tour different countries.
Mrs. J. Henry, of Dow City, was a
caller in Denison last Friday.
The many friends of Miss Lillian
Flahive are glad to learn that she has
sufficiently improved from her reecnt
operation for appendicitis as to be
able to be about again.
R|1SS
NSW SPRING SUITS AND COATS
NEW SPRING LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
NEW FLOOR COVERINGS AND CURTAINS
NEW SHOES FOR EVERYONE
And while you are reading this, other Spring Goods are arriving.
The store is all a-blossom with the beautiful things for Spring. Here and there Spring goods have sprung up, displac
ing the somber Wintry things, and shedding a warm, bright, cheerful radiance all around them.
In the modes for Spring, Fashion has again demonstrated her perennial originality. Styles are NEW in every sense
of the word—Newer, more beautiful, more practical and more sensible than have been seen in many years. And the new
est, most authoritative, most practical and most sensible of all have been gathered here for YOUR inspection and approval.
Every woman wants to know which way the style wind is blowing—this showing tells you truthfully, comprehensively,
interestingly. All we ask of you is to come and see.
THE STYLES WILL FASCINATE YOU—
THE PRICES WILL PLEASE YOU—COME.
DENISON, IOWA.
FIVE DOORS NORTH OF THE POST OFFICE.
OTES
Longer skirts—and just a little fulls
ir, It you would heed the Parisian]
uandate.
Three colors used more than any
»thers In millinery are coronation pur-j
pie, empire green and raspberry red.
Hats with decidedly high crowns fltj
slosely down over the hair and are
trimmed with ribbon, velvet, feathers
quillings. The shapes of beaver
ind soft felt are the favorites.
Fashionable batiste blouses for aft
irnoon wear under thin coat suits are
jntirely plain, with just a group of.
band tucks at the shoulders and an,
ittached frill in front of handsome
ace.
Paris Is sending over young girls'
top coats made of reversible cloth in
two tones of blue, in black and white,
vhlch Is very smart in gray and1
)lue, in black and red and In purple,
ind red.
The Parisian blouse frill has a rival
—the new lingerie lapel. The effect
if each is practically the same, except
bat the frill Is softer and more Wtml
line. These new lapels are of fine
landkerchief linen, daintily hatf-em
troidered and finished with a band
wallop.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
Tht Kind You Have Always BougM
WHITE HOGS
BRING GOOD PRICES
John F. Hoist's First Annual Sale a
Success—30 Head of Chester
Whites Offered.
AVERAGED $38.49 PER HEAD
.. Buyers From a Distance Attracted
to Denison and Make Good Pur
chases of Blooded Stock.
The farmers and stock breeders of
Crawford county are beginning to real
ize more and more the advisability of
raising and breeding thoroughbred
stock. The sales of blooded stock
this season has proven this statement,
as a majority of the stock offered at
the sales held has been purchased by
home men.
John F. Hoist, Jr. held his first an
nual sale of registered Chester White
brood sows on Tuesday afternoon at
the Laub barn in this city.
From every standpoint the sale was
a success. It drew a large crowd of
buyers from Denison and vicinity and
others from a distance. Mr. Hoist has
long been building up a herd of Ches
ter White hogs and has spent a great
deal of money in bringing his herd to
the front. The sale commenced
promptly at 1:30 when the thirty head
were offered for sale to the highest
bidder.
Although the sale did not bring as
high prices as some that have been
held this winter, it was the opinion of
all that the animals sold well. The
sale was topped by Marie 45544, which
was sold to Mr. J. Dunbar, of Jeffer
son, for $72.00. The total amount
paid for the thirty head was $1,154,54!,
or an average of $38.49 per head. Mr.
Hoist was well pleased with the sale
and stated after the sale that it was
his intention to hold a similar sale
next February.
Below we give a list of the animals
sold and the prices paid:
1 W. H. Dunbar, Jefferson ...$50.00
2 G. N. Thompson, Inwood... 65.00
3 D. O'Brien 28.00
4 D. O'Brien 28.00
5 A. H. Brogden 38.00
6 E. J. Brogden 47.00
7 M. Cody 22.50
8 R. Jefferson, Ottawa 35.00
9 Chris Danielson 34.00
10 Jim Harvey 40.00
11 Chas. E. Gowen, Earling .... 40.00
12 Jim Harvey 40.00
13 M. Cody 44.00
14 T. A. Harvey 40.00
15 Chris Danielson 30.00
16 Jim Harvey 43.00
17 P. Davis, Onawa 45.00
J8 .J. Dunbar, Jefferson 35.00
19 J. Dunbar, Jefferson 72.00
20 A. H. Brogden 33.00
21 Henry Kolls 39.00
22 T. A. Harvey 22.00
23 H. M. Childress 36.00
24 M. Hagg 31.00
25 P. Cowen 4100
26- F. F. Costello 26.00
27 J. L. Ropes, Onawa 32.00
28 P. Eggers 37.00
29 Albert Mesenbrink 47.00
30 Aldcn Anderson 34.00
Total—$1,154.50.
A new pool table was installed at
the Commercial club room the fore
part of the veek. One of the parti
iT-3 has been removed in order to
iifi'ord of room for the new
table.
Official Procalmation of Election.
Whereas, the time for holding the
regular municipal election in this state
is fixed on the last Monday of March,
Therefore^ I, W. H. Laub, mayor of
the city of Denison, Iowa, do hereby
proclaim and give notice unto all qual
nied electors of said city that the reg
ular election of officers for the city
of Denison, Iowa, will be held on the
last Monday in March, 1912, the same
being the twenty-fifth (25) day of
said month, at which time the follow
ing officers will be chosen by the qual
ified electors of said cify, to-wit:
Mayor, for the term of two years.
Treasurer, for tne term of two years.
Two aldermen at large for the term
of two years.
One alderman from the first ward
for the term of two years.
One alderman from the second ward
for the term of two years.
One alderman from the third ward
for the term of two years.
Assessor, Cor the term of two years.
The polls in each ward will open at
8 o'clock a. m. and remain open until
7 o'clock p. m., on the same day and
the following have been selected as
the voting, places of the several
wards, viz:
First ward—Hotel uenison.
Second ward—Martin Saggau build
ing west side old court house.
Third ward in mayor's office, city
hall.
Witness my h&nd tnis 20th day of
February, A. D. 1912.
W. H. LAUB,
9-3t Mayor.
Odd Manners.
Mourning the loss of old-time man4
ners, an aged Englishman said th«
other day: "Boys are not like thar
used to be. If they do not Ilka a|
schoolmaster they show It nowadaysj
by treating him with studiously cold!
politeness. Why, I remember when l!
was at Eaton a lot of us getting hold)
of a master who taught us mathemafcj
ies and whom we all cordially detesW
ed, and holding him by his heels oral'
Barnes' pool bridge until we saw lai
the distance another master coming
In our direction, when we gently
loosed our victim and let him slid#
headforemost Into the water."
A New York man writes: "I wa»
taught to offer my seat to ladles when
traveling. I foolishly did so a few days
ago in the subway. All I got in re
turn from the 'lady' was a glassy!
stare, a devilish grin and 'Oh, sit down,,
my boy.. I don't want your seat' And1
I am JuBt thirty!"
In the Society Islands two persona
on meeting salute by rubbing the ends
of their noseB together, and the saluta*
tlon Is followed by each taking the
hand of the other and rubbing it upon
his own nose and mouth.
Moors of Morocco ride at full speed
toward a stranger, as If they Intended
to run him down, and as soon as they
have approached near they suddenly
stop and fire a pistol over his head.
Receiver's Sale.
Bids will be accepted up 'to and in
cluding March 8. 1912, at 2 p. m„ for
the stock, furniture, fixtures, leasehold
and good will of The Corner Book
Store.
E. O. THIEM,
9_lt Receiver.

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