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f. i» A ,4i •V If f'.- I8 -. ico^" }r Miss Mabel Ha worth visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Ha worth in Deiiison over Thanksgiving. Miss Hattie Hall went up to Scliies wig last Thursday for a brief visit with her sister, Mrs. H. D. Jones. Mr, and Mrs. ThoB. Bennett and children, of Vail, were pleasant visit orC in Denison .last Wednesday. M. P. Renfro returned Saturday eve ning from Peru, Neb., where he en joyed a few dayB* visit at his parental hoine. Miss Delia Moberly returned to Ames Sunday, after a few days visit in jjthe city with- her friend, M^rs. Carl B. Richardson. nhss Katherlnfe 8lnre, who teaches in the Logan schools, spent the week end'1 In Denison vlaitii^g at the,parent al, Jacob Sims, home. Mrs. C. P. Kiiehnte 'and daughter, Miss Lydia BelL were passengers to Omaha Frldir jhornlng, where they spent the daj^slibpping. Mr. John Rictfardson left for Wash ta, Iowa, on frldfty last, where he ex perts ,to spen4 the winter .. J-v /'a' THE OLD RELIABLE ROYAL BAKING POWDER -.«.•*» t." t. l'J." MADE FROM OREAM OFT ARTAR jtems ef a $ccal %ind Miss Lucy Kan$, of Buck .Groye, was a vifittor In thjJlty Prlday.( MiV £nid ftbre. Alfred wrl Mrf TV J. Sunday iVdSim Rjtth, who clerks in Omabtt 6petrt**rsankBgivln$In, WplBoiUWW bis-iiSiftsJ _. Alfred Wright visited ell^ j,in Oe» typings over Chiftefe 'Sod Ctiaxlflii Stead, of van wenwunty seqtbusinesi Via Itors iMtHMRf' Pri)f|s80^"E»8tman spent the. Thill tilts giving vacation at Cedar Rapids'visit ing relatives and friends. nMn,th8: Miss Alice Soyd, who attends Morn ing8ide college, spent the Thanksgiv ing vacation in Denison visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hollander, of Schleawig, enjoyed Thanksgiving din ner at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lorenzen, in Denison. Father Farrelly and Father Cava naugh motored to Dunlap Thursday, where they attended the dedicatory exercises of the new parochial school. Mr. J. F. Dreessen and sons, George, Alfred and Bennie, motored over from Breda Monday and spent the day transacting business and visiting with friends.' 'J Paul Caswijl,§iwho is a student at the State ukivjfrsity «t lowa City, spent the wcfgkfend Itt Deflispn ing his pare«s| Mr. Caswell. f| |g Alan Sim^wis in ft»nwow fti'e? lat ter part of l&tlreek vlsitin# his par ents, Mr. anwlis. Japob/siins. Alan is attending ®i« Stat®' -ifltyereily at Iowa City, William F. S. Rickers, of .West Side, transacted business in Denison Itist Saturday. While in the city Mr. Rickers made the Review office a pleasant call. Misses Martha and Ruth Weiss, who are attending the State Agricultural college at Ainea, visited at the pa rental. Jacob Weiss, home several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dobler and daughter, Miss Alice, motored to Den ison from their home at West Side on Saturday and spent the day shopping and visiting friends. Mr. Emit Jensen and brother, Hen ry A. Jensen, were In the city Satur day. haying come down .-from Delolt to attend to business matters which needed their attention. Arthur Cushman, who held# ia re sponsible position with the J. i. Case cbmpany at Waterloo, spent Thursday in Denison visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cushman. E. A. Child, who spent Thanksgiving day in Denison at the home of his sis ter. Mrs. Carl Richardson, returned to Ames Friday where he is a student at the State Agricultural college. r* 9 1 Advertise in the Review. Read the classified ads in this is sue. Mrs, Arthur Winey, of Deloit,. was a pleasant vilstor here Friday. A. F. Boylan spent Friday at Lake View epjoying some good hunting. Miss Esther Lingle, of Delolt, was a pleWattt' Visitor lit Denison Friday. AlbftW'ttittersdn, of Rodney, rleu speiit Saturday, in Denison' vUitlnfe jfieriA/ Mta'WejjWy Rusch, of Sohleswi'g. .visitor la Denlsoii }|it J. Fl^Bexndt, of Schles|rlg, wis Uhslop? Friday spending the jftf I reWtlves. H.'jC.-Boock, of We^t Side, •pent Friday in the city shopping j|trd calling on friends. Misa Hilda Turnlund, of Dow City, was among- those rrom out of town shopping in Denison Friday. Mrs. E. W. Houston, of Dunlap, was a pleasant guest at the M. L. Houlihan home in Denison over Sunday. Mrs. Mtfry Herrig and Mrs. Claus Pahl left today for California where they will remain until next May. Mrs. ThOs. Michealsen and daugh ter were do.wn from Schleswig Friday shopping and visiting with friends. Mrs. Fred Buss was up from liet home near Dow City Friday shopping and visiting with friends in the city. Mrs. John Harrison, who resides in Chicago, arrived in Denison last week for brief visit at the. home of Dr, L. L. Bond. .. Dr. John Myers, of Qrand Island. Neb.,' speiit several days 'in Denison last week visiting relatives and friends. Leslie Gulick returned, to Omaha Monday after spending several days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gulick. vU| ltlng at the home of relatives. Mtss'Enitna Wllklns,' who °teafteB school near Schleswig. spent the Thanksgiving vacation in' Denison visiting at the parental home. Mr. C. Green and daughter, Mrs. Ida ftetly departed"8unday frir 'Cilifbrnla Where they will ^apend the ^winter months. Miss Nellie Kimball. who resides at Boone, enjoyed Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rachwltz. J. V. Barborka and H. C. Finnern motored to the Schoenfeldt home north of Ricketts Sunday, where they enjoyed the day. Miss Margaret Clark went down to Dunlap Thursday to attend the dedi catory services of the new parochial school at that place. Mrs. S. J. Melson and little son re turned to Jefferson Saturday, after a pleasant visit at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gulick. Archie Sllletto, who is attending the State Agricultural college at Ames, spent the week enjl in Deiiison' visit ing at the parental, John Silletto home. Th&Mlssefi .Myrtle and Leila Albert, who are attending school in^mes and Des Woinfs. epent the Thanksgiving vacation in Denison visiting th.elr par ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Albert. Dr. C. H, white, practicing dentistry try ial "Redfleld, la., spent several days last week in Denison visiting friends. Dr.:White was formerlly employed by Dr. J. C. Robinson and during his residence here made many friends. Mrs. J. H. Mahoney and son, George, who have been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. D. O. Johnson, depart ed Sunday for their home in Des Moines. Mr. Mahoney left Friday be ing called to Omaha on business. Mr. W. K. Dobler, of Vail, was a county seat visitor Monday. While in the city he called at the Review office and arranged for the advertising of an auction sale to be held at the farm of the late Wm. Dobler on December l&th. *We note in the last issue of the Sac City Sun that the board of supervisors of Sac county have approved the plan of draining the land south and west of Wall lake, which is owned by Mr. C. L. Voss and Mr. Frank Woolston, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Melson and little son, Eugene, were down from Jeffer son Thursday vifelting with Mrs. Mel son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gulick. Mr. Melson returned home Friday, Mrs. Melson and the baby remaining here until Sunday. 1 Send us your news. J. L„ Houghton, of Des Moines, was a business visitor in Denison Satur day. When answering advertisements ap pearing In this paper kindly meniton the Review. W. J2. Fishel was up from Dow City Saturday transacting business at the county capital. Mr. Alfred Madson, of Racine, Wis., was an over Sunday gueBt at the homo of Mrs. Fred Heiden. Thomas V. Peckenpaugh was up fronv' Logan Thursday spending day at the A. T. Curry home. Mrs. David Weatherby and son, Paul of Buck Grove, were pleasant callers in the city Friday afternoon. Mr. Swan Maurltz was down from Kiron Friday attending to some busi ness matters at the county capital. Mrs. Emma Schultz and children were over from Charter Oak Friday shopping and visiting with friends. Gail Carey was down from West Side Thursday spending the day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carey. Mrs. R. Knaul departed Monday for Clinton, Iowa, where she will spend a month or six weeks visiting rela tives. Miss Clara Scriver, who visited her father, Mr. W. J. Scriver, In Denison last week, returned to Omaha Sunday afternoon. Miss Jessie Hayes, who is attending school in Ames, visited her parents, Mr. and Mts. J. H. Hayes, in Denison several days last week. Miss Flo Caswell, instructor of music In the Ida Grove public schools, spent the week end in Denison visit ing her parents, Mr:.and Mrs. G. L. Caswell. Mrs. W. H. Dudley returned Satur day afternoon to her home in Council Bfyjffs after a few days visit in "Deni son with her daughter, Mrs'. Raymond Conner. Mrs. Tfoutner. who resides at State Center, arrived in Deiiiapri last week for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fishel. Miss Grace Bamford returned Mon day from Sac City, where she enjoyed a few days' visit with her siBter, Miss Fanchon Bamford, and aUnt, Mrs. Hattie Ferrill. Mrs. M. G. Goddard and children, who live near Dow City, enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hover in Denison. Albert Langenbuck, who has been nmkiag an extended visit at the home of his cousin, Mr. A. C. Dalle, depart ed. Saturday evening for Chicago, at which place he has accepted a posi tion. Mr. and Mrs Gene Luriey were down frqm.^ Sioux City spetading Thanks giving at.^he home ot.Mr. and Mrs. W. DljLuney. Gene returned to Sioux City Friday, his wife remaining for a rapre extended visit. Loyal* Vqim, .Carl Frederick Kuehnle and Leslie Gulick motored up to Lake ViW Friday,' where Hh'ey enjoySd a day of hunting. They report that the ducks were not numerous, but man aged to return home with three fine ones. Auctioneer E. T. Malone has opened up ap office in the Review building, where he' Wfll be pleased to have his (MtrOna iall upon'-hint. The tliWte brothers will be busy this season cry ing sal£» in this territory, and have nearly al| of their Decem'ber dates filled with a goodly numbcr in Janu uary also taken. Farmers' who con template holding sales should by all means arrange for their dates as soon as possibe. Premonitory. Junior—So you didn't propose to her, after nil? Weed—No. And I'm not go ing to. When I got to her house I found her chasing a mouse with a broom.—Puck. Hereditary. Hoax—Poor old Henpecke has to mind tlie baby. Joax—Yes. It's won derful how that baby takes after its mother.—Philadelphia Record. Bad men excuse tbelr fanlts 'good men leave them-—Johnson. Tins is tW Stove Polish' Should Use IT'Staken different from1 others because more care1 la In the making1 and the materials used are ol1 higher grade. Black Silk Stove Polish Makes a brilliant, ii1ky polish that doei not rub off or duat off, aa4 the shiaelasts foar times as lone a* ordinary stove pot lata. Used oh aampla stoves and sold rcrs •MM. ISiW I wntlnNfHdcr Slack SiMt Stove Polish Works i—Pi«»mu rarunc. foraflvcf, .k«l A Shine in Every Drop' ,X A THE DENlSON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1915. EMPEROR OF JAPAN. Enthronement C«r»moni«» to B« Held In 'Public on Nof}. 10. Right .Up to Date. 1 Mother—Are you *uee you enh give my daughter nil the luxuries and privi leges enjoyed b.v the mnrried women of her set? Suitor—I can give her town and country houses, motorcars, a string of polo ponies and dancing les sons nt once, and a dlvdrCe and alimony within two yean.—-Life. The Inevitable Thing. "Did you get aqy stock In that bal loon line project?" "Yes, but 1 think I paid for It more than it was worth." "That Is what was to be expected. An air line would naturally. have in flated stock.'VBaltimore American.. A Chanee Yot. ""r" Tom—Is It true that you proposed to Alice and we^e rejected? .tack—Xot exactly, rejected. S]ie said when she felt like making a fop! of. herself she'd let me know .-Boston'Transcript. Did you g^t the Fact that Chiistnias is only Threci Weeks Away from jroiir door? Better get in and secure one of those gold watch and Kodak bar gaiiis at the Corner Jewelry Store. E C. ChamberKn, Proprietor. ^faWB»a8pi^flW«$Pfp^ ." .'I. An advertisement In the classified department of the Review will bring results without much cost. Scores of people are getting results, from these little ads. A trial ad will be convinc int l&OnlyGraMlPrize (Hi&cst Award) given to Dictionaries at fhe Panama facific Exposition1 y»as grantedH WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL TO* Superiority of Edocatioaal Merit This new creation answers with I Anal authority all kinds of puzzling questions such as "How is Przemytl pronounced?" "Where is dertt" is Flan- "What is a cuntinuou* voy- I age?""Whatisahomtzcr?'' "What white coalt" "How is tkat pro nounced?" and thousands of others. Mare thaaMMM VecaMary Turn 3MM QiirapMfil acfaL 12JM 27M Pages. Theaaiydktfca- rny «Hk tin MM paft-aatnhii «f UMa for «ptci men puv. ll luatnbono. etc. Few, a nt of Pocket Map* if you nam* toil KOHMI CfL, Notice In Probate.' State of Iowa, Crawford County, sa in Probate. In the matter of the estate of Beiti lissa Larson, late of Crawford county, deceased. Notice of Appointment of Adminis trator. To Whom it May Concern: You ar© hereby notilled that on tho 11th day of November, 1915, the under signed was duly appointed adminis trator 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 Ccawfotd county, Iowa, within ope year from the date of this .notice, ac cording to law. and have the same al lowed and ordered paid by the said court, or stand forever barred there from. Dated this 15th day of November, 191°' C. G. LARSON. 4«-3t Administrator. I *o Local Market Report. Corn Barley Oats .. Eggs .. Butter Ho No. 1 hides No. 2 hides 9° Potatoes 50c Cream 31c Chickens »c Spring chickens 10c Gees(t Ductal "c THE BOYS ISONSPOPUIAR S EN F6r Misses and Children With Slipper Bags. Ladies' Juliets, Fur Trimmed. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Come where the Stock is complete. WWjljVt'P'' i'.iww'»niiwM»wis ... 25c to 35c 4 $c 31 to 32c 25c to 27c 17c to 27c .... $5.80 10c W« Invito Comparison as to Quality and Prloo NOW DONT FORGET When you want to buy or sell Real Estate, see J. W. Miller, Jr. Our list never grows stale. We can also supply your wants in Abstracts of Title. Insurance of all kinds,' .. ,. ...... .-t .. .. ,. Loan on City or. Farm Real Estate. Being \inder light expenses, we can save you money. Why nqt get the best ratfe? "Property 'vrell listed is half soldi? -.?$• Red,Cedar Posts 6i feet long at 12 cento each Red Cedar Posts feet long at 22 cents each White Cedar Posts 7 feet long at 13 cents each White Cedar Posts 7 feet long at 18 cents each WhitO Cedar Posts 7 feet long at 22 cents each Whito Cedar Posts 7 feet long at 27 cento each Poles from 8 to 16 feet long at reasonable prices Barb wir^ hog fence 26 inches and upward, sewer pipe, drain tile, corn cribs, and everything found in a first class lumber and coal yard. Coal to meet legitimate prices. W. R. TEMPLE CO. tore* Shoes and Slippers make sensible and useful pres ents. Buy them now while our stock is complete. We show you more different styles than ever. Indian Moccasins for Men, Ladies and Children make fine Xmas Presents. Men's Slippers Big line to select from--Faust, Cavalier, Everetts and Operas. Tan, Black, Red. Prices 75c to $2.50 THE BOYS tNIS0NS POPUUfv STjri For Ladies fr r- -v Ladies' Kid^Boudmr Sir^pqrs, b! tan andircd, at $1.25 ^rhy. PAGE FIVE Northwestern Shipments. S. P. McCullough, 2 cars of cattle: Farmers Co-Op. Soclcty, 1 car of hogs. E. C. Tranter, 1 car of emigrant goods. Doud Milling Co., 2 cars of flour 1 car of wheat. Nicholson Produce Co., 1 car of live poultry 1 car of dressed poultry,. Amos Petersen, 2 curs of hogs. A. A. Nixon, 1 car of hay. Illinois Central Shipments. John Saggau, 1 car of hogs for Sol Omaha. P. J. Eggers, 1 car of horses for Greeley, Iowa. HAUGH & BRUMMER THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIERS Clothing and Furnishings Hats, Caps, Cloves and Mittens Come where the Selections are easy. 5 i-j r.- 4k •Ti'i ••si' •••w -I'