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Lv, r:''^-'\'4K"'fi 4' i7WSW 'V" S|* I & 5» »5» «}i .j* tj» «j» KIRON ITEMS. Tlio Willing Workers will hold a sale at the Kiron hall on next Satur day evening of their fancy needle work. Many of these pieces will make very suitable and appreciated Christ mas gifts, the young Ifidles are giv ing a most cordial invitation to their many friends to attend this sale. Tluirc Tlerglund and A. Sedarburg and wifo spent Friday at Omaha transacting business. Tlio Clauson Dros.' real estate ngeney made a sale Saturday of a 40 flcro tract of land belonging to Swan Johnson in Milford township, the pur chaser being Horace Miller. The con sideration was $175 per acre. Miss Nellie Caster, of Underwood, la., arrived Saturday to teach the Old Kiron school, which opened Monday. She has taught the Kiron school for many terms and her many friends arc pleased to see her back in Kiron. Mr. and Mrs. F\ L. Huffman and daughter, Nellie, of Denison, cele brated Thanksgiving in Kiron, guests at the K. Gopdrjch home, returning lutinc on Saturday. Winnio Lindquist and Anna Tell gren returned to their college work at Dfi.s Moines, after spending Thanks giving vacation at their respective homes in Kiron. IClmp,r Nordell came home from Omaha Thursday just in time to spent Thanksgiving dinner under the paren tal roof together with the rest of the family, lie remained a few days spending the time visiting with friends. Kvolyn Swanson, who lias boon at tending $chool at Sioux Qity for sonu* time, returned home Thanksgiving, to ltlmain,having decided jo attend school nearer home, "v Mr. and Mrs. SamueK Lundgrcn-au loed from llenison Sunday to visit at the II. U. Benson home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Molibroughtou, of Rlbow Lake, Minnesota, nro spend ing their honeymoon with relatives and friends at Kiron and lloyor. Mrs. Mohroufthton was formerly Bsttaer llultnnder, residing at IJoyer with hfir parents prior to their removal to El bow Lake two years ago. She is a sis ter of Mrs. Edwin Johnson, of Kiron. The entertainment, supper and sale Isold at the Itaptist church on Friday evening, under the auspices of the llaraea class, was attended by a large number who greatly enjoyed the pro gram and bountiful supper and who very liberally purchased the articles which were offered for sale. Consid erable preparation had been made for a successful affair, which tlio reports irc, was had. Olga Anderson is assisting in the daufioit Brothel's store during the hol iday trade. M»s. Rllen Stone came up from Omn ha Sunday evening owing to tlio seri ous illness of-her father, Mr. D. N. Iienson. I!. N. Benson, who has been ill at hla hdm«i for several weeks. is report ed as weaker this morning. The nature of the ailment, together, with his ad vanced age, gives but slight hopes ol lils recovery. SCHLESWIG ITEMS. .}• Mrs. Kva 01 card and daughter. Miss taiidys. wejit to Perry Tuesday to vis it f+*e former's mother, Mrs. Springer, who is (|Uito ill. Knnis Stoltenberg came up from Oto Wednesday evening to attend tbo dance and spend Thanksgiving with liis parents. A jolly crowd gathered at the Geo. ,1 vcrf.cn home Monday aiternoon to help Mrs. iversen enjoy her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hqpas Jochiins won lo Woodbury county Thanksgiving to vir.lt their daughter, and also to see the new grandchild. Miss., Birdie O. Berg, who teaches the N icve school, went to her home in Denison Wednesday to spend the re mainder of the wcolc with her parents. Ernst Dabtns and Frit* Molir were inspecting their farms near Castana Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baak returned Wednesday from Itielcetts, where they hail been staying, with Mrs. M. A. Hol lander. Mrsf. Hollander and children accompanied them here for a brief Bom, on November 22d. to Mr. and .Mrs. Tiieo. Bnrk, si daughter. Born on November 21st to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krnst, a daughter. Ted I»hse came home from son Wednesday. He had been serving on tho jury. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Brake and son. Warren, went to Dunlap for a few ,l,jys' visit with the former's parents. Mr and Mrs. Hd Braka, l^uie Herblson. of Wlekotts. caino Weilucsday for a visit in the Win. i'ip «ras home. lloiiert Naeve, of llronson. was here ilio last of the week visiting his par ents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Naeve. Miss Kellogg went to Calva to spend Thaulisgiving with her parents. Herbert Riggs, who has been work ing in the meat market here, went to Wayne, Neb., having resigned his po sition iiere. Mr and Mrs. Augbst I'aulsen and children and Henry.Paulsen and Miss flora llannoinan nutoed to Denison to do some shopping Wednesday. Miss Rlma Lorenzen Is back at her work in the Stoltenlierg store after a tm days' vacation. Miss Barbara Jones lias been enter tainiii's the measles. Miss Irene Oollius. a trained nurse from Omaha, was entertained iu the llr. Schnltz home the past week. The firemen gave their annual ball Wednesday evening. A good crowd was in attendance with a number here from outside towns. The Haiu orches tra of Manilla furnished the music. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Freeman went to Corroctionvllle for a week end vis it with their parents. August Rtckert was a business call er in Rickells Wednesday. Mrs. Minnie Janeen entertained a y..viv..-,v V' iW' *4 3+ Dr. H. D. Jones and John Krohnkc were business visitors In Pisgah on Tuesday. DELOIT ITEMS. The Ladies Aid society will hold their bazaar next Friday afternoon, December 3d, in the N. H. nrogden building, at which time numerous things can lie purchased for Christinas preesnts. A supper will be held in connection, beginning at 5 o'clock. All are invited. The Willing Workers will hold an other ono of their marltet days on next Saturday afternoon at the pop corn booth, where chicken, cake, pie and many other good things may be purchased for the Sunday dinner. A handkerchief sale will be held in Or. GrAham has been enjoying a few days' visit with his sister 'who came to see him, returning homo Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Worley en tertained at a fine turkey dinner on Thanksgiving, her father, Albert Krai, her brother. Albert, and her sister, Mrs. Bertha Sullivan, and husband and children, and her niece. Vivian Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. James McKIm nutoed lo Odeliolt Thursday morning accom panied by liia mother, Mrs. E. 'A. Mc Kim." and ate Thanksgiving dinner at the home of his sister, Mrs. O. W. Newcom. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rickman and Mrs. A- Williams ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. S. Horr. Elder Baker was the speaker at tl:c morning and evening services nt tiie l:Y. I I a-:- DeniI I •"*,?%-,:*?'** 'J' 4 large crowd of Indies in honor of her birthday Monday afternoon. A nice luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon. «*,'*• -.i eon nection. which will make nice Christ mas gifts for yonr friends and rela tives. Don't forget the date. Earl Winans attended court several days and Verne Spence took charge of the cream station during his ab sence. J. L. Riggleman put in water works recently on the farm purchased of C. J. Cose, thereby adding greatly to tlio conveniences of the property. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison went up to Moorhead Wednesday to spend Thanks giving at her parental home, return ing Friday. A, German band of six men came in on tlio train one day last'week and played Komp nice music on the street. They left'Tor Sehleswlg from here. Thanksgiving was observed by many with gatherings at the several home.?. A Tha'nksgiving sermon was preached at the, I j. D. S. church In the evening by El(Jer Barrett, and a good crowd was present. Mr, and Mrs. H. Tucker, of Denison, were up one day last. Week and took dinner with their daughter, Mrs. John Anderson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Steuck entertain nd at au excellent Turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lan dou, Mr. ami Mrs. Isaac Zea and daughter, Mabel, and her Grandfather guidon. All enjoyed Milia's splendid dinner very much. iviacninery Retaking &• Erne, Auds. Guy Martin, Cietk. L. I). S, church Sunday and a large audience /greeted -him at each meet ing. He sang a solo in the Hawaiian language in the evening. The oyster supper given by Mrs. Bessie Myers and the young people of her Sunday school class Saturday evening was a decided success and netted them the sum of fifteen dollaufe, which wilt be used as a Christmas of fering for church purposes. Miss Rutli Childress suffered a re lapse last week. Mr. and Mrs, Joe .True entertained friends from Dunlap^ Sunday. Miss Eunice Dobson is having a two weeks' vacation from her school duties. Lorin Patch in returned home one day last week from Selby, S. D.,»at which place he had spent the past five months on a large farm. E. K. Patchln took dinner Thanks giving at the home of his sister. Mrs. C. J. Newcom. Mr. and Mrs. James McKim accept ed an invitation .to a six o'clock din ncr at the home of Mrs. Walker in Denison Saturday evening, returning home Sunday. Miss Lucy Flint visited over Sun day with her sister, Mrs. B. H. Bca man. Mrs. E. A. McKim went to Odebolt Monday for a few days' visit at the hofmc of her daughter, Mrs. G. W. New com. The following Thanksgiving pro gram was rendered Tuesday evening at the L. D. S. church. Mrs. Ella Winang and Mrs. Bessie Myers, who had the program in charge are to bo congratulated upon their efforts for this splendid program.. The exercises Tuesday evening were in charge of Firman N,ewcoi)i. president of th^ Re ligio society: Song by the Choir. Prayer by Mr. E. K. Patcliin. Song by tlio choir. Recitation, Inez Galland. Recitation, Lisle Worley and Loret ta Kelly. Exercise and Drill by Twelve Chil dren Recitation, Don Winans. Solo. Miss Edna Browne. Recitation, Mildred Cose. Recitation, Avery Mason. Duet. Misses Loyal Wintns and Stisio Hattery. Rccitatiou, F.dna Wcstcott. Recitation, Earl Winans. Recitation. Crystal Newcom. Exercise by Six Boys. Recitation, Howard Winans. Recitation, Joe True. Recitation, Virgil Newcom. Exercise by Four Girls. Recitation, Lowell Newcom. Recitation, niossom Browne. Solo, Jennings Newcom. Recitation, Elsie Graham. Closing Song by Choir. Benediction by F. Newcom. The boarders are. presumptuously hoping that t-lio remnants of the Thanksgiving feast will be disposed of beforo Christina* dinner. Congress can not cxpect the country will pay rtVuch attention to1 its dc bates until it has read all about Mrs Gait's trousseau. Having rented my (arm and intending to move to Dentaoo, I-will offer for sale at jpub!ic auction, on my place in Sertfon 2r Goodrich Township, 2 I'2 miles norihi west of Deioit, 7 miles soutli'west of SchleswSg, and 6 miles north of Denison. on II Tuesday, December the 14th COMMENCING AT It O'CLOCK, THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY! Consi&tiag of two mules, 7 years old,, weight 2350) 2 Mick horses, 4 years oM, weight 3110 2 bays, 6 years old, weight 2600:1 bay 14 years old, we:ght 1550 2 pbqies. 44 Cattle, Cows, Steers, and Heifers Comprising 21 cows, 14 calves, 4 two year-old heifers, 4, two year/old steers, 1 Hereford bull. 35 Head of Hogs, 800 bu. Oats, 700 bu. old Corn* 2 Bob sled, 3 farm wagons, 2 hay racks, 14'iach gang pi cultivator*, disc cultivator, corn planter with 80 rods wire, ll'foot seeder, 22-foot drag, disc potato plow, b»foot grass mower, Piano binder with tongue iri/ck. field stacker, with two bucks, side ra%«, 18«focX Sandwich eUva' tor. with 4 horse power and Belt jack. Sandwich 4'hole shelter, 71'2 horse power gas engine, 10'ihch feed grinder, 1 l' horse power'gas engine, grindstone, \pump jaek, 2 hog racks, top buggy, qream separator, hard coal stove, 4 sets of harness, 1 saddle, 3 sets (lynets, and many other articles. Free Lunch Will be Served at Twelve O'Clock TERMS) All sums cf $10, and under, bash. Qn all stints over that amount a credit ol one year's time will be given on approved notes bearing A per cent, interest. .-* V"'*." Vt. '». ,"' THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DEC 1. 1915- WEST DENISON NEWS. J. H. Hughes returned to his home in Cedar Rapids Wednesday evening after a few days' visit with his sister. Mrs. B. Brown. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jacobseri jon Thursday, November 25th a son. I The Misses Nellie and Mae Collin* were week end visitors in Carroll. Misses Agnes Owens and Mary Brown visited friends and relatives in Omaha and-Waterloo. Neb., the latter part of the week. Edward Keefe, of Waterloo, Neb spent a few days the past, week at the home of Mrs. M. Brown. Mrs. S. Christiansen is spending a few days at the home of her daughter, I Mrs. O. Evers. Miss Marjorio Bryan was a Thanks giving guest at the home of her sis tter, Mrs. O. C. Powell. Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Bergendall spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Ebson. The Misses Martha and Clara Lenz and Barney ,Mundt spent Suuday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peter son near Buck Grove. Miss Nora Finnegan, of Omaha, came Tuesday to attend the Houlihan Brown wedding. Miss Anna McCarthy and Miss .Mae Collins, of Denison. were guests in the Brown homo tho first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rogers, of Denison, ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. "Bruce Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. H. Roger were Sun day visitors at the Schramm home in Denison. BOVEFT ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Newcom autoed to Deloit Thanksfclvlng and spent the day with relatives. The gospel team from Deloit will have charge of tho services at Boyer next Sunday evening. Everybody should come out to hear this team. Earl Flemiug was a passenger to Denison Saturday. Oscar Telgren and family spent Thursday at the Albl'n Jarl lioine. Mr. and Mrs. Beth Anderson and daughter and Miss Tena Nelsdn au toed to Odebolt Thursday evening. Miss Nelson and Cyrilla Anderson re mained for several days. .The Flfcmlng young people and Miss Ethel Tidyman spent Sunday at the Levi Erlcksrn home. Mr.' and Mrs. Louie Wi^tzen and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dlersen, of Early, vis ited at the Dobbort homo Sunday. Miss Frances Tlilede went to her homo at Sclilcswlg Wednesday, hav ing spent a few days with her broth er, Louie, aud wife. Miss.Anna Carlson vh.ited her sis ter, Mrs. .las. Fleming a part of la.H week. Mrs. August Tliiode spent tho latter part of last week at the home of her son, Louie. Don't forget, that the«Dej)nlt gospel ow rods cf Louie Grill iv. \f -X/H ...'••, ••"•.•..•••••»•., .-r.S »•,••.,_• team w7ll be at Boyer next Sunday evening. Something doing collie out and see. Miss Nellie Fleming began her win ter term of. school near Herring Mon day and Miss Tidyman at district No. S Stockholm township. David Anderson and family, and Miss Tilda Anderson drove to Odebolt Thursday evening. Mrs. Lon Arnold wag a caller at Denison Saturday. Miss Anna Stubbe is spending the week at the Floyd COok home. Mrs. Emil Mauritz and daughter, Luella, came down from Kiron Satur day to speniT a few days with her sis ter, Mrs. Ben Petersen, and family. Mr. arid Mrs. John Koch entertained their children at Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Swartz and son, George, visited with F. A. Smith at Lake View last Saturday. Mrs. Albert Wlney visited at the Paulson homo Friday. Miss Morris and Mrs. Lillle Newton were passengers to Denison Friday. L. F. Morris sold Milton Johnson his fine twin calVes Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Winey and chil dren and Mrs. Lew Wright and daugh ter were Denison shoppers Friday. It is not customary for people to call doctors for attacks of Indigestion now adays, but It" the dog refuses his sup per the veterinary must be telephoned for nuick. In spite of the vast number of men that have been hunting for the past two months, few people's bill for butcher mcftt has been appreciably decreased. xi ft# Malone Bros., Aucts. W. A. Maguire, Clerk. T- 4 GOODRICH ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. .fames McKim and Miss Flint were visitors at the J. W. Wilkinson homo Wednesday. The L. A. society will hold their bazaar and supper Friday qftcrnoon arid evening at the Brogden building in Deloit. Everyljody invited to come aud help make it a success. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wincy and fam ily spent Sunday with her parents. Mrs. S. D. Newton was a visitor at tlio Robertson homo Monday. Mrs. John Anderson's sister and family returned to their homo in Den ison after a few days' visit with them on the farm. Eldrldge Winey spent his vacation at Boyer with his aunt, Mrs. Geo. Nowcpm. Oliver Fink's sale takes place on December 1st, aud they will soon take their departure for their new home. We wish tbem success. Herman Grill was a Deloit caller Wednesday. S. D. Newton was in the county seat Wednesday transacting business. L. F. Morris entertained his imme diate family and Rev.' Ralston and wife and Professor Edward Thanks giving day. •'"f^sh ,/••••-..'•• 9. In order to close up the estate of the late Wm. L. Dobler 1 will Hold a public sole on the home farm' on the Lincoln Highway 14 miles east of Vail and 4 miles west of West Side, on 1v Wednesday," ^^•i^oitim^^iil'a1 10 o'clock shaitvthe following Public Sale!! Having sold my place and quitting the farm, tlie under 0 signed will sell at public: sale on his place in Section 2 Gooil rich township, 2V miles northwest of Deloit, 3 miles south anil 4 miles east of Sehleswig. on Wednesday, Dec. 8 2 Commencing at 10 o'clock h. m„ the following described proji W erty: 11 Head Horses 2 Mules •. One team of grey mares, tl and 7 years old, both with foal, weight 2(100 lbs. 1 team marcs, bay and groy, 5 years' old, hot!i with foal, weight 2600 one grey mare with foal, 13 years old, weight 1300 biy mare, coming 3 years old in spring 2 mares and 1 gelding coming 2 years old next spring: 2 colts. Two mules, and 7 years uld, weight 2100 lbs. Sixty-Three Head Cattle Sixty-thre Head of Cattle: Sixteen milch cows. 22 heifers coming 2,years old, with calf S steers, coming $ years old US calves: I registered thoroughbred Hereford bull. 110 Head of Hogs 14 old lewi the rest ehoaU 200 Chickens, 2 Gee*e. 200 bushel* of Oats. 500 bushels of Corn in crib Machinery: Binder, disc, harrow, corn planter, cultivator disc cultivator, manure spreader, feed grinder 4 wagons 4 sets harness water tanks all new household goods and other articles. -'.v FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AN NOON Terms: All sums of $10.00 and under cash: on sums aver that amount one year's tithe will be given on bankable rtotes bearing 8 per cent interest. August Urenzen Deloit, Iowa Retaking ft Ene, Auds. Guy Marlia, Clerk i:-- 150 Head Stock representing the best blood lines of the breed, consisting of 2 herd boars, Royal Crim son Chief and Lincoln Wonder, 10 tried sows and £0 gilts. These sows and gilts will be bred to the above boars by date of sale. The (catalogues are out giving the breeding of these boars and sows and can be had for the asking or dropping a line. 36 head of faU pigs. 7 Head of Horses Span of geldings, weight 2600 bay mare 12 .years old, weight 1500 bay horse 10 years old, welghl 1500 brown mare 3 years old, weight UWO^itL foal brown maie t* years old, sorrel mare one year old, one srpring colt. 77 Head• of Cattle 27 Jioad of cows, 11 head of yearling steers, 11 head of yearling heifer.-2.7'head of calves and one pure bre^l.Shorthorn Sultan bull, llomewood^Sultan. 500'bushels of good oats ^nd 75 tons of timothy and clover hay.' TERMS: AU sums of S10 and und^r, cash On all sum* over that amount a credit of one year will be gjven on approved notes bearing per cent interest, All stock must be settled lor prior to removal. Everything listed in this sale will positively be sold without reserve. and Pedigreed Doroc Jersey Hogs ^ifppppj'. i'.'VvS Si"'-- ,f 1:. PAGE SEVEN 3 4 J* .taurafee 4 ,4 S •'I 41 "4 1 7. I 0. Free Lunch Served at Noon W. K. DOBLER, Executor •J 0 rw ..