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Merns of a
%oeal %ind
Christmas only three weeks from
Saturday.
County Clerk J. W. Monaghan visit
ed relatives at Vail Sunday.
Attorney C. J. Welch was a passen
ger to Omaha Monday evening.
Wayne WilsonV t^e assistant county
engineer, visited friends in Omaha
Sunday.
Prof. Eastman spent tiie Thanks
giving vacation-at Des Moines visiting
friends.
Miss Margaret Scanlan, of Vail, vis
ited with friends in Denison the fore
part of the week.
Mrs. B. S. Andresen, of Schieswig,
was in Denison Tuesday spending the
day with relatives.
County Attorney Andrew Bell was
in Council Bluffs yesterday attending
to some legal business.
Mis» Fay Chamberiin returned Sun
day from Glenwood, where she spent
Thanksgiving with relatives.
Mrs. R. P. Plimpton returned Sat
urday from Des Moines, where she en
joyed a few days' visit with friends.
Mr. Clark Marshall was over from
Charter Oak yesterday attending to
some business matters at the county
capital.
Mr. Fred Logsdon, of Marshalltown.
v»s_a gue^at t^?hom aM&t>
Mrs. Howard Cole, fa Denison Thanks
giving day.
Miss Lorraine Hickey, of Vail, and
Mjss Mary Smith are clerking at-the
Menagh store helping out during the
holiday rush.
Mrs. J. E. Balle and little daughter*
returned today from Omaha, where
they have been visiting her mother,
Mrs. Meyers,
Mias Lillian Miller, domestic sci
ence insturctor in the local schools,
spent the week end in Cylinder, la.,
visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. David Menagh were
up from Omaha Thursday and enjoyed
Thanksgiving dinner with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Menagh.
Arrangements have been made by
Trinity Guild of the Episcopal church
to hold a bazaar and tea room on Sat
urday of this week at McKlm hall
Charles Seemann, who is attending
the State University of Nebraska at
Lincoln, spent the week end in Deni
son visiting his father, Mr. L. A. See
mann.
Rev. Wm. Frese, Prof. W. A. Nagel
and Theo. Benecke motored to Buck
Grove Sunday afternoon, where Rev.
Frese* held services in the Lutheran
church.
Among those from Denison in Vail
Thursday attending the funeral of
Daniel Molseed were J. W. Monaghan
Frank Leahy, John Costello and Tom
Hassett.
Miss Berdie Berg, who teaches
school near Schieswig, visited in Den
ison the latter part of the week at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Fred Berg.
Mrs. L. D. Ley and daughter. Miss
Verne Stocking, returned Sunday eve
ning from Omaha, where they spent
several days visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell.
Miss Luella Cole, who is employed
as teacher in the public schools of Des
Moines, spent the Thanksgiving vaca
tion in Denison visiting at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Cole.
Robert and Allen Hird, accompanied
by Harry McCracken and' Rockier
Barber, came-over from Manilla last
Thursday to attend the football game
between the Denison and Logan high
schools.
Mr. E. Metcalf underwent an
operation Tuesday morning for ap
pendicitis, from which he has been
suffering for some time. We are
pleased to report that the operation
was successful and that he. is dolng
.nicely. 'Ja'v• vr•,
On Saturday of this week an excel
lent opportunity of purchasing Christ
mas gifts will be given you if you call
at McKlm hall. Tea will also be
served during the afternoon by the
ladie.8 of Trintiy Guild.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Brogan, of Vail,
accompanied their daughter. Miss
Mae Brogan. to Denison Monday,
where she underwent an operation for
the removal of tonsils and adenoids.
They will remain In the city a few
days visiting' with relatives.
The W. C. T. U. will meet this week,
Thursday, at 2:30. Please note the
change in the hour. Some very impor
tant subjects are to be discussed and
a good attendance is requested. No
doubt the Union will have further
announcements to make next week.
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Mrs. John Reetz is reported on the
sick list this, week.
I. F. Fisher, of Deloit, was a busi
ness visitor in Denison Friday.
John Thompson, of Arlon, was a
pleasant out of town visitor here Mon
day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kepford, of Buck
Grove, were visitors in the city Tues
day.
Mrs. Wm. Gessman and children, of
Manilla, were pleasant visitors in the
city yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Jones were
pleasant callers in Denison Tuesday
from Schieswig.
L. Hubbell motored to the Christen
sen home south of Manning Friday on
a business trip.
L. C. Hatch, editor of the Dow City
Informer, was a business caller in
Denison Monday.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Ernst is quite sick this week
with whooping cough.
Rev. and Mrs. Ralston were down
from Deloit Monday spending the day
with friends in Denison.
Chris Nissen was down from Boyer
Tuesday attending to some business
matters at the county capital.
Wm. Kruger was down from Deloit
yesterday attending to some business'
matters at the county capital.
Wetie^ Brothers, of Dunlap, were
business visitors in Denison several
days the latter part of the week.
Attorneys J. P. Conner and Leon
Powers were in Manilla yesterday af
ternoon transacting legal business.
'MHw Ahfta'Srumraer i'was -iiflieni-'
son yesterday from Charter Oak spend
ing the day with friends and shopping.
Ella H. Graeber has sold her resi
dence property, consisting of lots 11
and 12, 'block ill, to Thos. Hassett for
$1700.
A miniature snow storm visited
Denison this morning and left the
ground nicely, covered with a blanket
of white.
Chas. Quandt was over from Char
ter Oak yesterday transacting busi
ness at Uie county capital and calling
on frienas.
Morgan Cornwall, who resides at
Spencer, spent the week end in Den
ison visiting at the home of Mrs. P.
E. C. Lally.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Retman and Mrs.
Ed Retman were passengers to Oma
ha'Monday, where they spent the day
visiting friends.
Mrs. John Newcom and Mesdames
Foster and Dollie' Foster, of Deloit,
were pleasant visitors'at the home of
Mrs. Fisher yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Micbels, Mrs.
Geo. Weber and daughter, Edna, spent
Thanksgiving at Harlan visiting at
the home of Leo Weber.
Misses Effle Norris and Myrtle Mc
Ahfep went up to Sioux City this
morning and will spend several days
visiting the public'schools.
Mrs. Anna Fisher and daughters,
Allie and Edna, Miss May Farrelly and
Messrs. Steve and Robert Murchland
visited at the W. D. Foster home in
Deloit Sunday.
The many friends of Dr. L. L. Bond
will be glad to know that he is recov
ering from his illness and that he will
be able to be up and around again
within a few days.
Miss Trenna Chamberiin, who is at
tending the State university at Iowa
City, spent the Thanksgiving vacation
in Denison visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. N. Chamberiin.
Nightwatch A. C. Green was kept
busy Saturday evening quieting drunk
en brawls on the streets and he has
asked the city council to furnish addi
tional officers for Saturday, night duty
from now .until the first of the-year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tamm returned
today from Dorset, Minn., where they
have been enjoying a several months'
outing at their cottage at Pine Cone
camp. Mr. Tamm enjoyed some excel
lent fishing and hunting while there.
The ladies of Trinity Guild will
serve tea in connection with a bazaar
at McKim hall on Saturday, December
4th. The display of dainty and prac
tical articles for sale will afford an
opportunity to purchase acceptable
Christmas gifts.
Nelda Smith-Cruise ha* disposed of
lot 6, block 148, in Denison to Mr. N.
E Baum for a consideration of 9410.
This lot adjoins the new seed house
owned by Mr. Baum and Mr. Jacob
Weiss in South Denison and it was
purchased with a view of erecting ad
ditional buildings for the new seed
concern at some time in the future.
Messers Thomas Brown, Velie
Sowles, Thomas Barber and G. W.
Fuller, of Manilla, joined the John A.
Logan Post of the Grand Army of the
Republic in Denison Saturday. For
several years there has been no post
In Manilla and these four veterans
wished to keep in touch with G. A. R.
matters so decided to join the post
here in Denison.
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The simple gift that lends the touch of friend
ship without the embarrassment of an obliga
tion.
Now is the time to have tnem made.
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TKe Ferguson Studio
Sixteen pages in this issue.
Additional Denison local news in
section one/
Miss Blanche Cole, of Dow City, vis
ited in the city Friday.
Mrs. John Kinery was a shopper in
DeniBon Monday from West Side.
W. C. White, of Manilla, was a
county seat business visitor Friday.
Mr. anfa Mrs. W. W. Ferguson spent
Thanksgiving at Clinton visiting their
parents.
Miss Mario Henry, of Kiron, visited
Miss Margaret Clark in Denison over
Sunday.
Miss Hulda Turnlunl, of Dow City,
spent part of Friday in Denison visit
ing friends.
Mis8 Anna Flynn was in Vail last
Thursday attending the funeral of Mr.
Dan Molseed.
Miss Ruth Hicks, of Dunlap, spent
Friday in Denison shopping and visit
ing with friends.
Mrs. John Judy and daughters, of
Boyer, were among the out of town
callers here Friday.
Ed Reimer was down from Schles
wig transacting business at the coun
ty seat one day' last week.
Raymond Schroeder, of Schieswig,
was a pleasant week end guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Olry.
Messrs. A1 L. Dunham and Ed Hous
ton were pleasant county seat busi
ness callers from Dunlap Monday.
Gus Carlson is moving )iis house
hold goods today into the residence lie
purchased recently from W. E. Cole.
Mr.
,anda Mj&. C.
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Rejinking were
^own'frditT«cMteswlgTS«turd*y spend
ing the day with friends in Denison.
Misses Martha Otto and Birdie Berg
were passengers to Omaha Saturday
morning, where they spent the day
visiting friends.
Mrs. Margaret Anderson and daugh
ter, Emma, left Friday for Maxwell,
where they lire spending a few days
visiting friends.
Misses Mildred Butterworth and
Blanch Cole were up from Dow City
Saturday shopping and calling on
friends in the city.
J. F. Carnahan was over from Ma
nilla Friday attending to some busi
ness matters at the county capital and
calling on acquaintances.
Dr. R. L. Osborn, of Harlan, was a
pleasant over Sunday visitor In Deni
son with his sisters, Mrs. Hugo Geb
ert and Iiss Bernlce Osborn.
Dr. A. H. Rosburg and family have
moved into the residence adjoining
the hospital, which was moved from
the lot just north of the post office.
Mrs. L. L. Hoffman, of Boone, who
has been spending several days in
Denison visittng her sister, Mrs. Geo.
Lamberty, returned to her home Mon
day.
Archie Silletto returned to Ames
Sunday evening after spending the
Thanksgiving vacation In Denison vis
iting at the parental, John Stiletto,
home.
Mr. John Thurman, who resides at
Smithland, visited in tenison Sunday
at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Rachel
Goodrich, and at the Hugo Gebert
home.
Dolly Romans, a former resident of
Denison, but now living in Chicago,
arrived in Denison the first of the
week for a visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Garrison.
Mrs. Georgia Barrett, of Cedar Rap
ids. who has been making an extended
visit in Denison with her sister, Mrs.
Wm, Strahan, returned to her home
the fore part of the week.
All members of the Commercial
club are urged to be in attendance at
the regular monthly business meeting
to be held on Friday evening of this
week. Spme important business will
he up for discussion and a large at
tendance is desired.
The bible sfudy classes for women
will be held with Mesdames Buffinton,
Freid, C. L. Voss, Albert Weiss and
F. Gibson on Tuesday afternoon of
next week at 2:30 o'clock. The dis
cussion will include the study of the
fourth chapter of the book of St. John.
Denison is soon to have the honor
of hearing Bishop Frank Bristol, of
Omaha, one of the most eloquent
speakers in this country. Bishop Bris
tol will preach at the Methodist Epis
copal church and the date and full
particulars will be printed in an early
issue of the Review.
Misses Josephine and Mae Fisher
entertained a few of their friends at
dinner on Thanksgiving day. Those
present were Lena Hansjesten, Leslie
Heiden. Matilda Arndt, Mabel Black
man. Evelan Stock, John Mesenbrink,
Edwin Ahart, Matilda and Walter
Lochmiller, Foster and Dean Hain, of
Buck Grove, Alta Arney and Elmer
Miller, of Onawa, and Gladys and Hol
land Christensen, of Manning. It was
a most enjoyable occasion for the
young people and one long to be re
membered.
THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1915.
Only twenty-four days until Christ
mas.
Miss Edith Jacobsen. who teaches
school near Kiron, spent the Thanks
giving vacation in Denison visiting
relatives.
Miss Beulah Aylesworth returned
Saturday from Ida Grove, where she
enjoyed a few days' visit at the Pilch
er home.
Mrs. Gary Comstock returned Satur
day to her home at Waverly after a
pleasant visit in Denison at the Wm.
Strahan home.
Mrs. Louise Morris returned the lat
ter part of the week from a four
weeks' visit with relatives and friends
at points in Wisconsin.
Mrs. C. A. Selander and daughter,
Miss Ruth, went down to Boone Thurs
day for few days' visit at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Selander. Miss
Selander returned home Sunday, her
mother remaining until today for* a
more extended visit.
On the evening of December 10th
there will be given an entertainment
and box social at district No. 9 Otter
Creek township, commonly known as
the Ten Mile school house. Every
body invited. Ladies please bring
boxes. Gentlemen, your pocketbooks.
Miss Wilken, Teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Norris came up
from Omaha Thursday to spend the
day with his parents. Mr. and Mre.
Thos. Norris, west of Denison. Mr.
an'd Mrs. Norris entertained the E. C.
Chamberiin and Frank. Woolston fam
ilies at Thanksgiving dinner and all
report a mostvenjoyable oocasion.
Miss Grace Meyers is carrying her
left arm in a sling, having injured it
the fore part of last week. Mis3
Meyers slipped and fell In her home
and badly sprained her elbow. At
first it was feared that one of the
bones had been broken, but several
X-ray pictures were taken and these
showed that none of the bones were
fractured..
Mrs. Hugo Gebert received a mes
sage Sundiy from Princeton, advising
her of the death of her aunt, Mrs.
Knox, which occurred Saturday. Mrs.
Knox was over 80 years of age and
was a pioneer resident of Iowa, hav
ing resided In the state for sixty-five
years. Together with her father and
mother they journeyed down the
Ohio river and then up the Mississippi
river to Davenport. Mrs. Gebert and
son, Frederick, departed Monday for
Princeton to be in attendance, at the
funeral, which was held yesterday.
Hon. Charles Tabor and wife, ac
companied by Miss Ames, visited in
Denison the latter part of last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Tabor being on their
way to California, where they have
aecuerd and ere occupying a magnifi
cent home, and Mis
a Ames coming here
to visit a short time. The Tabors were
given a cordial greeting by their host
of friends in Denison and everyone
felt that their stay was entirely too
brief. They left on the 9 o'clock train
Monday morning for. Los Angeles, and
are due to arrive at their home on
Wednesday evening. Miss, Ames will
remain in Denison for a few days to
visit 'with Mijs Grace), Meyers and
other numerous friends. We hope
these parties will return to Denison
when something more than a brief
visit can be given.
It costs $25,000 a year to hire a flat
in some New York apartment houses.
If any readers have any garments they
would like to donate to the worthy
poor, this newspaper will forward
them tp these people who are suffer
ing from high living costs.
Safety First.
Time-worn,' but especially es
sential in our line. When you
have a prescription filled at
our drug store you are assur
ed of precaution being taken
that absolutely Eliminates all
possibility of any mistakes in
any respect. We employ only
registered pharmacists, and
the double checking system
used makes an error highly
improbable.
Over 30 Years
in Denison
Schlumbergers
Drug Store
FOR SALE—
TO RENT-
1 TO EXCHANGE-.
FOR SALE.
Having sold my property, I will of
fer at private sale my household
goods, including Majestic range. Call
Mrs. Young. 47-2t
FOR QUICK SALE, one base burn
er, $6.00 20 yards used carpet, $3.00.
Call at big popcorn wagon. 48-lt*
FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Two rooms fpr light
housekeeping. Call at the Otto Cigar
Store. 47-tf
FOR RENT—Two modern sleeping
rooms well located and very desir
able. Phone 1235. 48-lt*
FOR RENT—Two modern furnished
rooms. Call Mrs. C. H. Stouffer, 406
E. Broadway. 48-lt
AGENT WANTED
WANTED—High class man to sell
trees, shrubs, roses, vines, berry bush
es, bulbs, etc. Good wages perma
nent. Exclusive territory. Brown
Brothers Nurseries, Rochester, New
York. 47-2M"
AGENTS—Ten sales a day means
$7.00 profit. Write for particulars
NOW. A Money Maker. Dept. A4,
The Hammon Co., Brookville, O. 46-4*
WE WANT 5000 MEN AND WOM
en in the next thirty days, live wire
partners in every town and city, to
help us handle our fast increasing
real estate and general agency busi
ness. We will share enormous profits
with those who will join us now. You
receive a life membership. Write to
day for free particulars. B. F. Loos
Co., Des Moines, Iowa. 36eow
SITUATIONS WANTED
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Call Mrs. W. J. Scriver. Phone
No. Ip7. 48-lt
FOUND
FOUND, by the jitney bus, a pack
age of clothing, on road between Den
ison and Schieswig. Owner may have
same by calling 517 arid paying for
this ad. 48-lt+
FOUND—A nickel plated radiator
cap. Owner may have same by apply
ing at this office and paying for this
notice. 47-81.
AUCTION SALE.
Weather permitting, I will sell at
auction every Saturday, any, articles
which the owner may desire to offer
for sale. W. J. McAhren. 42-tf
BUSINESS BRIEFS
I am paying $6.00 per ton for mixed
iron. Bring it in at once. Bring me
your hides for I am paying the high
est market price. Geo. Kaplan, Den
ison, Ii. 48-2t.
For that cough try, "Our Own", tar
and wild cherry laxative cough
syrup. Guaranteed to cure. R. Knaul
the druggist. 47-.2t.
Winter suits and overcoats should
be taken to Reesberg Bros. Tailoring
Establishment in Denison now for
cleaning and repairing. We clean
party gowns, fancy dresses and
waists. All work guranteed. 38-tf.
Robes and Coats made to order from
your horse or cattle hides at Ed Nel
son's. Harness and Shoes, Denison,
Iowa. 46-3t
DANCING PROGRAMS—The Re
view has most attractive programs for
dancing parties, at reasonable prices.
Samples of different designs willingly
shown. 39-tf
BUFF ORPINGTON cockerels for
sale at $1.00 each. Call Mrs. B. Mc
Cord. 47-2t*
Ladies, have your suits remodelM
to conform with present styles. This
work is- satisfactorily done at Rees
berg Bros. 38tf.
Herald Square Waists sold exclus
ively by the Boys Store. 43-8t
BALED PRAtRIE HAY for sale.
\|^rite for prices. Frank Valla, O'Neil,
Neb. 44-17t
WHITTALL RUGS sold exclusively
by the Boys' Store. 43-8t
STOP THAT COUGH: San-Lax Pine
Balsam with menthol and eucalyptus
will do it. Your money refunded if it
fails. Get it at Knaul's drug store.47-2t
FREE!
1916 Calendar and
Weather Charts
have arrived.
Call for one at
SCHLUMBERGERS
Pharmacy
Classified Advertising
Five Cent* Per Line Each Insertion. No Ad for Less Than Fifteen Cent*. Card of Thanks Fifty Cent*
BUSINESS BRIEFS CONTINUED
SAVE MONEY on your magazine
subscriptions by ordering them
through the Review. We have some
exceedingly attractive clubbing rates.
Don't order your magazines until you
have consulted us. The Denison Re
view. 36-tf
Mr. Farmer, if you are gong to hold
a sale this season remember that the
Review office is equipped to get out
your auction bills on short Jiotice and
at reasonable prices. All work guar
anteed. 36-tf
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
SALE AT ARION—On Saturday af
ternoon Mr. H. P. Mowrer will sell
his residence and lots in the town of
Arion. Malone Brothers .will cry the
sale and O. M. Criswell will clerk. 48-1
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MISCELLANEOUS
Notice of Dissolution.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the
Boyer Valley Cattle Co., Denison,
Iowa, by unanimous copsent of all the
stockholders was dissolved according
to law on the 4th day of November,
1915.
Dated at Denison, Iowa, this 4th day
of November, 1915.
A. D. WILSON,
President.
C. L. VOSS,
45-4t Secretary.
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that at a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of
the Boyer Valley Cattle company, held
at Denison, Iowa, on the 4th day of
November, 1915, by a vote of more
than two-thirds of the capital stock
of said corporation, it was resolved
that said corporation be dissolved, the
assets of the corporation be disposed
of and distributed to the stockholders,
after all the debts and claims against
said corporation have been paid and
fully satisfied.
A. D. WILSON,
President.
_C. L. VOSS,
45-4t Secretary.
AUTO LIVERY
Auto livery, day or night. Phone
1326 for night 160 ior day. Rnscoe
Romans. 35-tf
FARM LANDS FOR SALE
IOVVA
FOR SALE—My 230 acre farm, lo
cated 3 miles Woni' Dow City. Must
be sold by January 1st at $160 per
acre. Mott McHenry, Dow City, Iowa.
Phone 29-A. 47-4t
FOR SALE—One of the finest 80
acre farms in Woodbury county. New,
modern improvements. Land all till
able. Might take quarter of cheap
land as part payment. For price and
terms write Neister, Sioux Falls. 48-4+
WELL improved farms, level, best
soil, good crops, near Sioux City 65
at $100 150 at $95 200 at $110 160
at $100 173 at $125. F. Jauron, Salix.
Iowa. 47-5t*
80 ACRE FARM FOR SALE—A fine,
well improved 80 acre farm for sale.
Come quick if you want it. Land is
rolling, all new hardwood timber, sbil
in high state of cultivation, located
4% miles southeast of Anthon,-Wood
bury county, Iowa. For price and terms
write owner, Jens K. Larsen, R. 2,
Anthon, Iowa. 45-4t#
MINNESOTA.
240 ACRES of good level, black
loam, with buildings* adjoining the
city of Dodge Center, Minn. No bet
ter land in the state. I have 160 acres
that joins this without buildings.
Chance for two farmers to settle close
to a live city and good markets.
Terms very easy. Deal direct with
owner. E. M. Weston. Winona, Minn.
46-3t*
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PBOJBjg
WANTED..
LOST- jg
FOUND- I
NEBRASKA
KIMBALL county raises tiie best
small grain in Nebraska farms sell
at $15 to $30 per acre land moving
and prices going up live agents
wanted. Kimball Land Co., Kimball.
Neb. 43-6t*
FOR SALE—250 acres of good land.
well improved, adjoining the towtosite
of Liberty in the corn and alfalfa belt
of southeastern Nebraska. F. D.
Woodard, Liberty, Neb. 48-10t»
IMPROVED FARMS tor everybody
in Nebraska. Small Cash payment.
Balance long time. Stock furnished.
Box 117, Grand Island, Neb. 47-3t4»
FOR SALE—320 acre improved
farm within two miles of Huron, S. D.,
near state fair grounds, $65 per acre.
Globe Sales Co., Tobias,'Neb. 46-5t+
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Spring and fall pure
bred Duroc Jersey boars, all pedigreed
and one 2 year old his number is
153269 Vol. XLVII. J. J. McCormick.
Vail, Iowa. Phone 47. 48-tf
FOR SALE]—Choice Single Comb
White Leghorn cockerels. Mrs. Wm.
Cook. Phone 8-R. 47-tf
FOtt SALE—A few good thorough
bred Chester White boars. Call
Clarence Bryan, Arion, la. 47-3t.
FOR SALE- Pure bred Chester
White boars, at right prices. E. G.
Wiggins, Dow.City, lofra. 46-3t
FOR SALE—Duroc, Jersey male
hogs. Call George Frey, Telephone
No. 37-A. 46-31+
Poland Chinas For Sale.
A choice lot of tpring boars big
stretchy, heavy boned fellows of the
best breeding, at farmers' prices. Many
are not related to those sold last year.
Farm one-half mile south of the freight
depot. Telephone 51-Q. T.«W. Bell &
Son, Donison, Iowa. 40-tf
BOARS FOR SALE—Three Chester
White thoroughbreds. A. H. Brogden.
two miles southwest of Denison. 44-tf
BULLS FOR SALE—Three high
grade Herefords. A. H. Brogden, two
miles southwest of Denison. 44-tf
Shorthorn bulls and Duroc Jersey
boars for sale at City View Stock
Farm, W. Weberg, Owner. 33-tf
PERSONAL
$ ifr
DR. LOUIS M. COON
Olhce Hours: 8:30 to 12 a. m.
1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Hubbell Block.
Pones: Office 453 Res. 26t.
40-tf
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Grocery Specials for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday
Regular 25c package* of washing powder specially priced 16c per pkg. ,1.
10 bars of Calumet yellow laundry soap for 23c.
Regular 25c packagea'of oatmeal for 19c per package.
S bars of Electric Spark white laundry soap for 18c.
Bulk sauer kraut priced at 2 quarts for 13c.
10 ounce bottles of tomato catsup priced at 10c per bottle.
Dried peaches priced at 2 pounds for 15c.
Meat Specials for Thursday, Friday and
Saturday ..
Extra fancy fresh pork ham or shoulder roast 13Jc per puund.i
Pork steak I Sic per pound.
Pork chops
I8}4c
per pound. :,.
Our fresh pork *ausage priced at 15c per pound. •.
Fre*h hamburger priced at 15c per pound. •, ,5
Fre*h poik hocks 7 ic per pound.
Friday Special
Halibut steak 13Jc per pound.
Saturday Specials
Extra 'fancy ihoulder beef roast I2jc per pound.
Lean *ugar cured bacon priced at 192c per pound aold by the chunk
Fie*h spare ribsspecially priced at lOJc per pound.
Fresh pork tenderloi^ specially priced at 2S{ per pound.
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Our 30c Menco blend coffee, a coffee of quality, put up in 10-pound lots
in 3-gallon double strength cream pails and priced at $2.75 per pail. v
No. 2 cans of good tender pea* priced at 2 can* for 15c.
10-pound pail* of Karo dark syrup priced at 44c per pail. V,
Florida grape fruit priced at 5c each.
Florida orange* priced at 19c, 25c and 38c per dozen.
Masterpiece Flour put up in 48 pound *ack*. Every *ack guaranteed to
give Mtiifaction or menejr cheerfully refunded priced at $1.69 per sack.
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