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Mrs. Julia JMaynard and Mrs. Geo.
Maynard, from near Brogan, were Vail
visitors Monday.
Jolin Foley, of Delniar, visited here
the past ten days at the P. Bierne
and A. Vernon homes.
Mrs. Jas. Dugan and son, Earl, spent
the latter part of the week in Omaha.
Rev. Father Lynch, of Manilla,
spent Jast Tuesday here with Rev.
Jas. and Peter Murphy.
Mrs. John Molony was calling in
Denison Monday.
Miss Sadie Smith returned last
week Irom a visit with hex folks in
Audubon.
Mrs. J. T. Haugh and Mrs. A.
Wright, of Denison, were visitors at
the M. J. Keane home Wednesday.
Rev. S. L. Eddy, of Deloit, was call
ing on friends here Tuesday.
Miss B. O'Boyle lias Tieen spending
the past couple of weeks in Boone
with her sister, Mrs. Connor.
E. T. Ryan went to Omaha Sunday
morning for a few days' visit.
A. W.. layman came up from Maple
River Junction Saturday and spent
the day with Vail friends.
Miss Stella Hickey was a visitor
on business Saturday in Denison.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wright, of
Denison, spent Sunday here witli rela
tives.
Mrs. John Jones, of Denison, is
spending the week here with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McAndrews.
Henry Schwarnz, of Brogan, was a
Vail business visitor Monday.
Rev. Father P. Murphy was the
guest of Rev. Father Lynch at Manil
la last Wednesday.
Maurice O'Connor was a business
visitor in Denison Friday.
John Haugh and Mrs. B. Clarke
drove down from Denison Thursday
and spent a few hours with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Aldrich and chil
dren, of Verdon, S. D., who have been
visiting here the past two weeks with
her brother, A. Vernon, and her sis
ter, Mrs. P- Kenney, and other friends
and relatives, returned home last Fri
day.
Thos. McCarthy, of Denison, spent
Thursday here with friends and rela
tives.
F. O'Boyle returned home last week
from a visit with his daughter, Mrs. J.
J. Connor, and family at Boone.
John Newton left last Tuesday for
.Arcadia, Fla., where he expects to
make his future home.
Wm. Beck is our new city marshal,
having been appointed to fill the va
cancy caused by the resignation of F.
Etzel.
J. Bowers and family, of Odebol*,
visited here the first of last week at
the Henry Gronemeyer home.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Brem
ner, October 31st, a daughter.
Mrs. K. Shatto was a Denison vis
itor Monday.
Henry Shirtcliffe was here from
Denison Monday.
Mrs. Lizzie Molseed spent a couple
of days the latter part of last week in
Omaha.
Miss Grace Mitchell visited in Den
ison over Sunday with realtives.
Lloyd Weir, of Missouri Valley, was
a sruest of Vail friends Sunday.
Miss M. J. McCarthy, of Denison,
was calling on relatives here Saturday
and Sunday.
Emmett Quirk returned Saturday
from a couple of weeks spent io Oma
ha.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Houlihan were
Sundav visitors in Denison.
S. U. Blackburn was at Missouri
Valley on business Saturday.
E. L. Clayton spent Sunday at his
home in Woodbine.
August Voss was up from West
Side Saturday greeting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnson visited
in Omaha last week.
Mrs. Smith, of West Side, spent
Sunday in Vail.
H. Krintz and wife, of Hartford, S.
D., were guests here at the Charles
Woods home last week.
Mrs. A. Ahrenkeil was shopping in
Denison Monday.
Miss Tress McNertney spent Sun
day at her home at Buck Grove.
Mrs. D. Tonnor spent Friday in Den
ison with her daughter, Mrs. Bernie
Moeller.
Wm. Gallagher spent Sunday with
Denison friends.
Miss Genevieve Farley spent a part
of last week with relatives in Omaha.
"Doc" Lewis is now acting as help
er at the depot.
Miss Clara Servoss spent Sunday in
Denison.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly and children
of Carroll, came up in their auto on
Sunday and spent the day with rela
lives.
The Misses Anna, Nell, Margaret
and M. J. McCarthy drove down from
Denison Sunday and spent the day at
the W. F. Mitchell home.
Miss Mable Barden is here from Des
Moines to spend a couple of weeks
with her sister. Mrs. Frank Farley,
and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hickey, of Ma
nilla, spent Sunday at Vail at the M.
J. Keane home.
The marriage of Mr. Henry Schwab,
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of Mitchell, S. D„ to Miss Lill McTli
drews, of this parish, has been an
nounced. Also the marriage of Mr.
Jas. O'Connell and Miss Margaret
Powers, both of this congregation.
T. J. Rasp, of 151 Reno, Okla., was
here the first of the week to see his
nephew, M. J. Keane, who is quite ill.
Pat McCarthy and Chas. Dugan
were passengers to Omaha Monday.
Pat Meade was down from Denison
Monday visiting his many friends.
Miss Lillian Cranny spent the latter
part of last week at the R. P. Booher
home in Logan.
Mr, and Mrs. B. Moeller, of Denison,
spent Sunday in Vail.
KENWOOD ITEMS.
C. H. Raney made a business trip
to Cliarter Oak Wednesday.
The Neola Elevator company have
their carpenter out here now erecting
a new coal shed. The old one was
not large enough, and besides they
are going to handle hard coal.
The Kenwood Implement company
put up a new corn elevator for Bert
McElwain last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Petersen spent
Tuesday evening at the Listamann
home.
Mrs. Zepli Fienholdt was operated
upon in Charter Oak Thursday even
ing. She has been complaining for
a number of years and it was finally
decided an operation was neoessary.
At last reports she is doing fairly
well and we hope for a speedy recov
ery.
The bam on the place occupied by
J. Kevan was burned to the ground
Thursday evening. Mr. Kevan had
come in from husking corn after dark
and was feeding the horses, when one
of the mules knocked the lantern over,
breaking the globe and spilling some
oil over the straw. This caught fire
and burned quickly. Mr. Kevan tried
to put it out but it was no use and he
had to hurry to get the live stock out.
The wind being from the south the
corn crib started from some sparks,
but was soon extinguished. The place
is owned by M. N. Scott, of Buck
Grove, and is insured.
Messrs, Albert Hermann and Geo.
Tebbe entertained a number of friends
Sunday. The guetss were: Fred
and Anna Kuehl, Andrew Oplien, Wm.
Klinker, Seonke Mahnke, Bennie
Klinker, Earnest Maack, Henry and
Freda Maack, Elda Colberg, Dewey
Boettger and Misses May, Bell, Pearl.
Gertrude and Evelyn Bramley. Every
one had a good time.
A number of friends gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Petersen
Sunday to help celebrate the birthday
of Adolf and Watier Petersen. All
had a good time.
In Europe's Back Yard.
Those are not a particularly popu
lar lot of Christians who are just now
fighting the Turk. Bulgarians, Serv
ians and Macedonians sound a bit
rampageous and fantastic to those oi
use in this country who do not happen
to be running for office. Nevertheless
they represent Christian civilization
as against Turkish Mohammedanism,
and if they are backward in it, be it re
membered that it is the Turks who
have kept them backward. In the
fourteenth century, when the Turks
overran the Byzantine empire, south
eastern Europe was well to the front
in civilization, and the leader of all
Europe in the arts. For six centuries
the Turks have dammed the progress
of these states that have now assailed
them. For all that time southeastern
Europe has been a hotbed of hat
reds and racial, political and religious
jealousies and the atmosphere of such
things does not favor the gentler and
more attractive virtues. The Chris
tians out there seem pretty wild re
ligionists, but they have the Chris
tian impulse to better themselves and
it cannot be doubted that Turkish
domination and propinquity has been
the log across their necks that has
kept them from going ahead.
It is a cruel war, full of desperate
venoms, but well worth understanding
and following. To persons who are
not students of history and interna
tional politics it may seem just a back
yard fight. To scholars and diplomatic
experts it is much more inteersting,
for there, in the back yard of Europe,
the leaf is turning on six centuries of
history, and the processes of civiliza
tion are working out with scrapping
and bloodshed, as is the immemorial
way.—Harper's Weekly.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
A S O I A
Treasury Department, Office of the
Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, July 26, 1912.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it lias
been made to appear that "The First
National Bank of Denison" in the city
of Denison, in the county of Craw
ford and state of Iowa, has complied
with all the provisions of the act of
congress "to enable national banking
associations to extend their corpor
ate existence, and for other purposes,"
approved July 12, 1882
Now, therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane,
deputy and acting comptroller of the
currency, do hereby certify that "The
First National Bank of Denison," in
the city of Denison in the county of
Crawford and state of Iowa, is author
ized to have succession for the period
specified in its amended articles of
association namely, until the close of
business on July 26, 1932.
In testimony whereof witness my
hand and seal of office this 26th day
of July, 1912.
(Seal) T. P. KANE,
Deputy and Acting Comp
troller of the Currency.
Charter No. 4784. Extension No. 3169.
48-4t
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THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1912.
Closing Out Public Sale.
As I am going to quit farming 1
will offer at public auction on my
farm 5 miles south of Vail, 3 miles
east and 6 miles north of Manilla and
2 miles south and 8 miles east of Den
ison, on
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912,
Commencing at 12 o'clock sharp:
7 Head of Horses.
Consisting of one good team, weight
2800 bay mare 9 years old, weight
1200 bay mare 8 years old, weight
1300 gray gelding 7 years old, weight
1200 black horse 3 years old yearling
colt.
48 Head of Cattle.
Consisting of 12 cows, 3 milch cows
6 2 year old steers 7 yearling steers
1 Shorthorn bull 6 yearling heifers
13 calves.
35 Good Brood Sows.
Machinery, Etc.
2 top buggies, 2 bob sleds, one used
one year, 2 wagons, 3 section drag,
Deere corn planter almost new, Avery
6 shovel corn plow, Gorham seeder,
5 foot Deering mower McCormick
hay rake, 16 inch walking plow, Hawk
eye feed grinder, fanning mill, 2 sets
of work harness, single harness, 6 doz.
chickens, Round Oak No. 16, heater
Sunburst Peninsular base burner, De
Laval separator nearly new, 20 tons ol
hay and other articles too numerous
to mention.
Free Lunch at Noon.
Terms: All sums of $10 and under
cash over that amount a credit of one
year's time will be given on bankable
notes bearing 8 per cent interest from
date of sale. No property to be re
moved until settled for.
R. C. HAWELY.
Col. M. R. McGrath, Auct.
Henry Stuck, Clerk. 45-2t
.ATCHISON GLOBE SIGHTS
Every day one runs up against the
kind of truth that hurts.
Nearly every grandmother believes
a trained nurse is overestimated.
Don't be like the gas supply, and
always weaken at the wrong time.
As a man grows older he prefers
taking his thrills in motion picture
forms.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
A S O I A
Notice of Filing of Plat and Schedule.
Notice is hereby given that there is
now on tile for public inspection in the
office of the city clerk a plat and
schedule marked "Plat D" of the fol
lowing streets and parts of streets,
to-wit:
That part of Jefferson avenue from
the intersection of Jefferson avenue
and East Church street to the inter
section of Jeffersou avenue and Tre
mont street also
That part of Tremont street begin
ning with the intersection of Tremont
street and Hodges street and extend
ing west to the sewer at the intersec
tion of Tremont street and Washing
ton avenue also
That part of Park street commenc
ing one hundred (100) feet north of
the north line of East Church street
and extending north on Park street to
the sewer at the point of intersection
of Benefit and Park street also
That part of Main street commenc
ing at the intersection of East Church
street and extending north on Main
street to the sewer at the intersection
of Benefit and Main street also
That part of Franklin street com
mencing at the point of intersection
of a line if produced intersecting the
center of the alley running north and
south through block fifty-nine (59)
with the center of Franklin street and
thence extending west on Franklin
street to the sewer at the point of in
tersection of Franklin and Court
street, all in Denison, Iowa, whereon
sanitary sewer, constructed under a
contract with A. J. Gary, dated the
fifth (5th) day of August, 1912, has
been completed.
Said plat and schedule shows the
separate lots or parcels of ground, or
specified portion thereof, subject to
assessment for such sewer, the names
of the owners as far as practicable,
and tlie amount io be assessed against
each lot or parcel of ground, and
against any railway or street railway.
Notice is further given that within
twenty days after the first publication
of this notice all objections to said
plat and schedule or to the prior pro
ceedings, on account of errors, irreg
ularities, or inequalities, must be made
in writing and filed. with the city
clerk and the city council after the
expiration of said twenty days, at the
first regular meeting held thereafter
or at a special meeting called for that
purpose, having heard such objections
and made the necessary corrections,
will then make the special assessment
as shown in said plat apd schedule as
corrected and approved.
Dated this 12tli day of Otcober, A.
IX 1912.
46-2t E. F. TUCKER, Clerk.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
Chicago ft Northwestern
GOING WEST
No. 11* Denver Special 4:48 am
No. 1* Overland Limited ....7:01 am
No. 3 China-Japan Express. .12:55
No. 17 Loean Passenger 7:25 am
No. 23* American Kxpress ....7:32am
No. 7 Los Angeles Limited. .10:06 am
No. Fast Mail 7:13 am
No. 15 Fast Mail 1:09 pm
No. 33 Local Passenger 3 24pm
No. 13 Centennial Kxpress .. 9:16 pm
No. 47 Way Freight (local) ,10:40 am
Xos. 9 and 23 do not carry passengers
GOING EAST
No. 2* Overland Limited .... 9:56pm
No. 8 Los Angeles Limited. .11:07
No. 26 Fast Mail & Express. .10:22
No. 10 Eastern Express 8:54 pm
No. 22 Chicago Special 8:16 pm
No. IS Local Passenger .... 7:05pm
No. 6 Atlantic Express .... 2:40pm
No. 12 Denver Special 9:40 am
No. 32 Local Passenger 9:27 am
No. 14* Centennial Express .. 2:43 am
No. 46 Way Freight (local) ..12:00m
No. 26 will not carry passengers.
•Do not stop at Denison.
BOTES VAl&ET TIME TABLE
No 55 Freight ar '...10:45am
No. 59 Passenger, ar 9:10 pm
No. 53 Passenger ar 2:40 pm
No. 52 Passenger, lv 12:05pm
No. 60 Pasenger lv 7:05 pm
No. 54 Freight lv 6:00 am
ZZ.Z.XHOZ8 CEKTBAX.
GOING EAST
No. S* Chicago Express 1:02 pm
No. 2* Chicago Limited .... 7:37pm
No. 32 Omaha, Ft. Dodge .. 6:22 pm
GOING WEST
No. 1* Omaha, S City & C. B. 5:43 am
No. 7* Fast Mail 1:25 pm
No. 31 Ft. Dodge & Omaha .. 9:00am
•Daily
C. M. fc St. P. TIKE TABLE—ABION
GOING EAST
No. 4 Passenger, daily 8:55 am
No. 6 Passenger, daily 7:25 pm
No. 22 Passenger, daily 6:55 pm
No. 94 Way Frt. ex Sun 3:45 pm
GOING WEST
No. 1 Passenger, daily 5:55 am
No. 5 'Mail, daily 7:25 am
No. 3 Passenger, daily 1:32 pm
No. 91 Way Frt. ex Sun 8:05 am
All above trains stop at Arion.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PHYSICIANS
R. P. PLIMPTON
—o—
Homeopathist Physician 4
Office in Residence, Broadway
W. T. WRIGHT
Physician and Surgeon
Telephone—Crawford County 536
Offices and Treatment Rooms 2d
4» Stairway North of Postofflce
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C. W. Carr P. J. Brannon
—o—
CARR & BRANNON
Physicians and Surgeons
Office in Bulletin Building
Telephone—Crawford County 85
J. J. MEEHAN
Physician and Surgeon
Office Over Postofflce
Phones: Office, 249 Res. 246
DENTISTS
J. C. ROBINSON, D. D. S.
Office Over Lamborn Drug Store
Special Attention Given to Bridge
and Plate Work
B. F. PHILBROOK, D. D. S.
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Offices in the Laub Block
Denison Iowa
R. O. McCONNAUGHEY, D. D. S.
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Office in Warbasse Block
Phone—259
ATTORNEYS
•L. M. Shaw J. Sims
C. F. Kuehnle
SHAW, SIMS & KUEHNLE
Attorneys and Counsellors
Office with Bank of Denison
J. P. Conner P. E. C. Lally
CONNER A LALLY
Attorneys at Law
Offices Over C. C. State Bank
Telephone
No. 33
Call on
L. M. SHAW, FrMidMt
Cwanl Baakiu
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). W. MILLER, Jr.
Abstracts, Loans, Insurance and Real
Loans filled on short order a bottom rates. Farms bought and
sold, and rentals of same. An excellent quarter for sale near Den
ison good improvements, easy terms and price right. Also a good
6-room house in Northeast Denison, good lot and barns. A bargain
Terms to suit.
1912 Automobiles
Here we are with you for
1912, with the following cars:
Apperson Jack Rabbit
Maxwell, E. M. F.
Flanders and Ford
Call at our new Garage south of the court
house and see these cars and get our prices.
Den son Auto Co.
Broadway Tonsorial Parlors
GEO. GRAVES, Proprietor
Three Chairs in Operation no long waits
Sanitary Bath Tubs and Shoe Shine stand in "connection Your
business solicited. UNDER. THE BR.OADWAY GROCERY. IT
For Sale Cheap for Cash
A 7-Room House and two lots near the west Denison School. Has
good barn, all kinds of schrubery, fruit and shade trees. Good well,
cistern and city water. Cement walks. Everything in good shape.
E E N E I
REAL ESTATE AGENT, DENISON, IOWA
W. R. Teinple Co,
We wish to thank the public for the
business they have given us the past
year and solicit a continuance of the
same for the balance of 1911 and the
whole year of 1912. Assuring you
we will do our best to please you in
all lines ot Lumber, Goal, Wire Fence
and all kinds of Posts.
DENISON, IOWA
C. F. KUEHNLE. Vic*-Pr««idMt
NK OF DENISON
Long and Short Tim* Loans at Lowest Rates. Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Accounts of all Branch** of Business Conducted.
Personal attention given to investments for local patrons. Business
conducted in English and German.
S A W S I S & E N E a
REAL ESTATE LOANS AT LOWEST RATES
I CAPITAL $100,000 DEPOSITS $800,000
Crawford County State Bank
DENISON. IOWA
Incorporated under the laws of Iowa, giving best security to deposi
tors, as each shareholder is held, not only for amount of stock, but his
personal property is held for a like amount also. tSate Banks are un
der control of State Auditor, who can examine them at will and published
statements are made according to his findings, thus depositors have more se
curity than their confidence in the bank's officers. Capital stock cannot be'
used for outside speculation or investment The Crawford County State
Bank is the best incorporated banking institution in the county. Safety
deposit boxes are provided for patrons of the bank.
Puug* Tickets Bold. Ins. Written, loans «|otl«M. Abetraote romlshed
OFFICERS
L. Cornwell, Pres. Geo. Naeve, V.
Pres. M. E. Jones, Cash. C. J. Kem
ming, Asst. Cash.
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Office Over McAhren's
Clothing Store
Estate
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DIRECTORS
L. Cornwell, G«o. Naeve, H. F.
Schwartz, Chaa. Tabor, J. P. Connor
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