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mm PAGE FOUR Ifsi Pi Is SSfeVi? fL,., VAIL ITEMS. John and Will Murphy, of Dunlap, were week end visitors here with their sister, Mrs. Ralph Quirk. Mrs. Mary Quirk visited friends in Denison Thursday. Father Cavanaugh, of Denison, vis ited Father Sullivan here Friday. Mrs. Bartley Mitchell and daughter, Mrs. F. Holland, were shopping in Den ison on Tuesday last. The Symphony Trio played for, a dance in Dow City on St. Patrick's night. Mrs. John Kiniry and daughter wero callers in Denison Friday afternoon. Miss Ruby Hamilton, of Dea.dwood. Iowa, who is visiting here with her sister. Mrs. D. Bell, spent a few days of last week with .friends in Ames. Mrs. J. J. McCormick and grand son, Master Thomas McCormick, are visiting in Denver with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McCormick. Mrs. E. Slechta and Mrs. A. White returned home last Tuesday after a few days' visit with relatives in Iowa City.v Mrs. Earl Hoffman was shopping in Denison last' Tuesd&y afternoon. J. J. Breen and family are now oc cupying the A. Krai residence on Bfergen street. Mrs. L. Lochmiller, of Denison, spent Sunday here with friends. Mrs. J. R. Duffy and sons, Raymond and Matthew, were Tuesday callers in Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Clark White and daugh ter, Evelyn, were shopping in Denison Thursday. MTS Ralph Junkin returned to her home in Washington Wednesday after a week's stay with, friends here. Miss Alice Beeham. of Denison, was visiting here last week at the P. Bro gan home. Mrs. Will Bruniog, ot Arcade. »P9®t Sunday here at t~he parental, Joe Kfal, home. George Mumm, of West Side, was a business visitor here Saturday af ternoon. Miss Marie Keane spent Tuesday in Denison at the A. Vernon home. The program given here St. Pat rick's evening under the auspices of the Catholic Ladies' Cemetery asso ciation was a decided success and the ladies realized a nice sum. Sister M. Angela spent Friday in Denison with the Sisters at the St. Rose of Lima convent. The pupils of St. Ann's school en joyed a holiday Friday, it being the feast of St. Patrick. Hon. Ed Downey, of Omaha, was greeting old friends on the street one day last week. Mother Paul, ot Clinton, spent a few days of last .week here with the sis ters at J3t. Tratices convent. Mr. and Mrs. Wahlin spent Sunday in Arcadia with tlieir daughter, Mrs. C. Magil^ iand family. Mra.^'tlorace Millar and children were sUopplng in Denison Monday. Misg Nita Dow, of Alina, N*b., ar rived here Sunday. She. will the Other time deposits I ^vy' trimmer for Mrs. M. F. Maguire in the millinery store the coming season. Mrs. John Ryan and baby were vis iting friends in Denison Monday. Miss Beulah White was a shopper in Denison Monday. Miss Ruth Silletto. of Denison, spent Sunday here with Miss Esther Jen kins. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rule, of Dunlap, spent the fore part of the week here with her sister, Mrs. Ralph Quirk, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. 13. T. Quirk spent Sun day afternoon in Denison with Mr. and MTS. J. Jones. J. P. Duffy, of Omaha, was an over Sunday visitor here with his wife and family. Mrs. Wilbur Hawley spent a few days of last week with relatives in Omaha and Council Bluffs. Mrs. P. Dean was a passenger to Denison Thursday afternoon. Hans Alirerikiel spent the fore part of the week in' Omaha on business. Mrs. M. Mangan was a visitor in Denison Thursday. Mrs. Dave Tonnor, of Council Bluffs returned home Monday after a few days' visit here with friends and rela tives. Rev. Father Sullivan departed on Monday for Buffalo, N. Y., for a few months' visit with relatives. Mrs. O'Connor ajid children, of Car roll, came Saturday for a few days' visit at the parental, F. O'Boyle, home. Miss Marie Rowhan returned home Monday after a week's visit in Deni son at the M. K. Houlihan home. Messrs. Cushman and Garrison, of Denison, were visiting friends here 011 Sunday. John J. Kelly spent Monday morn ing in West Side on business. Schlumberger, of Denison, was visiting friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo..Friday autoed to Denison Monday apd ^gpent jhe djty with friends. Mrs„T. J. FitJBltiiteiH'SpeiBl^.Mon.da^ ernoon in Denison shopping. alt Miss Gertrude Downey, who is teach ing near Ute, was an over Sunday vis itor here with her brother, Leo Down ey. and wife. COLLEGER NOTES. Quite a number tof Btud^|its ]hr$ obliged to stop school now on) accjttun| of the beginning of the spring work on the farm. Mr. Elmer Ilei* was called to his home in Auburn on account of the death of his uncle. The students are preparing a play under the auspices of the two literary societies. It will be given at the chapel in the near future. Mr. Theron Beers, an old student, now residing in Oregon, made the col lege a pleasant visit Mr. Beers has a little farm of 1800 acres of Oregon land which gives him aplenty to look after. The boys have made a start at the baseball season with a game between the seniors and.juniors on Friday last 17 to 0 for the seniors. Northwestern Shipments. Doud Milling Co., 2 cars of flour. .P. T. Flinn, 1 car of hogs. Dodge Bjps'., 1' Car of autos. John tfa$piett, 1 car of cattle. Farmers Co-0p. Society, 1 car hogs. Tom McAndrews. 1 car of household goods f«r Woodbine. Report of the Condition First National Bank At Dealsoa, In the State of Iowa, at the close ot business on March 7, 1916 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 769.562.38 Overdrafts U. S. bonds deposited to secure cir eulation vBonda other than U. S. bonds, pledged .to secure postal savings deposits.. $ 8,000.00 Securities other than XJ. S. bonds (not in eluding stocks) owned unpledged.. 23,980.08 Total bondB, secuHtles.etc. .. -,t 31,989.08 Subscription to stock of federal re serve bank 7 500.00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than 5 per cent on cir .fe '.eulation .. 6,000.00 Total ... $1,131,629.87 r* LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $100,000.00 SuriiluB fund 25,000.00 Undivided profits 14.491.61 Cirbulating notes outstanding 100,097.50 Deposits due as follows: Total time deposits 451,234.56 Total 1 1 Individual deposits subject to check.... 399,600.87 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days 40,190,90 Postal savings deposits ... 1,014.43 Total demand deposits 440,806.20 Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days State of Iowa, County of Crawford, SB. I, Sears McHenry, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swoar that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 4 4, $ 16,191.14 100,000.00 1 Less amount unpaid .s 3,760.00 .* I!,46#.00 Banking house 15,000.00 Due from Federal Reserve Bank 17,000.00 Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and St. Louis 89,682,66 Due from approved reserve agents in other cities 13,217.77 102,900.43 Due from banks and bankers 4,359.73 Outside checks and other cash items ... 27,799.33 Fractional currency, nickels and cents.. 401.83 28,201.16 'Notes of other national banks '.« 1.000.00 .Total coin and certificates 20,934.95 viiLegal tender notes 15,750.00 446,799.32 4,435.24 1,131,629.87 SEARS McHENRV, Cashier. Correct—Attest: GEORGE McHENRY, ,• .L. SEEMANN, M. H. McHENRY, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of March, 1916. E. W. PIERCE, Notary Public. I GOODRICH ITEMS. Broder Boysen, Pete Petersen and Herman Dcthman were Deloit callers Monday. 4MI Carl Winey was a Deloit business caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wall Johnson were in Deloit shopping Monday. Asa- BroWn was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Williard Johnson and his sister and Mrs. Lew Wright were Deloit visitors Monday. Leo Winey and baby are spending a few days wit'li their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Beaman, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. J. W. Wilk I V^ **w ft' ^*sV,i.f/*3 THE DENISdN REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 22, 1916 inson, L. F. Morris, Professor Edwards and E. McNeal and family attended the St. Patrick's day supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Weir Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beaman drove to the J. W. Wilkinson home Saturday to spend the day. Carl Winey is finishing up his corn picking. Miss Lovcie Morris and Mrs. John Anderson attended a birthday party at the home of Mrs. Jennie Robertson, on Thursday. A. D. Winey, L. F. Morris and S. D. Newton are having a car of corn ship ped In for their use. Broder Boysen shipped in a couple of car loads of feeders this week. Thto fifth number on the lecture course will be given, at the hall this Friday Evening. o/fe —J c&eairftirt •y '."t" 1 a£i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schiller were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beaman Thursday. A. D. Wney sold one of his fine horses Thursday. L.. I-'. Morris was down to Denison Saturday and was the guest of P. W. Weberg at dinner. Wlile there Mr. Morris bought one of Mr. Wcberg's ptire bred Shorthorn cattle. W. .T, Wilkinson and son, Verne, at tended tlio M. li. services Sunday morning. Samuel Untemeyer declares that' when history records its verdict, the Wilson method of handling foreign re lations will prove to be the brightest page in diplomatic annals. Samuel is a lawyor, and in tl?is case he talks like a man who lias just received a big fee lor the defense. & T'S EASIER to demand good clothes today than it is to get them. It pays to know what you want and where to find it. More than ever, me,n are walking into the Kuppenheimer dealer's—asking for this model or that The BEAUFORT is on the card—one of a score "as right as cricket"—made up in fabrics that will be wanted this season. Prices, $20 to $40. Write for our new book, "Styles for Men," sent on request THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER, CHICAGO Originators of Fractional Sizos in Men's Clothing There is a Kuppenheimer model for you, a style, a size, a pattern all your own---find it at-— Gnam-Lamberty Clothing Company, Denison, Iowa Exclusive Representatives for the House of Kuppenheimer in Denison. Don't Fail to See our New Spring STETSONS. They're Beauties. .% w*n The postponing of an important vote in congress in order to permit demo cratic members from Indiana to pass over the date of their primaries with out having to go on record on a most important national question, is a fair measure of the motives which actuate the democratic party in its conduct of the country's affairs. In this case wlia^ the democratic leaders would like to have counted as courtesy is really cowardice and Will be resented as such as soon as the people find a chance to express themselves. When party lines divide, as they did on the McLemore resolutions, it is mighty hard for thp congressmen to know how to vote. Still they get the newspaper editorials from thpir home district. I Copyright 1916, Tho House of Kuppenfteimer i':' -'v .'.i.'V'" :.V.' -. •. ,'i,^ \t i- Local Market 'Report Corn Barley Oats Eggs Butter Hogs No. 1 hides No. 2 hides Potatoes ... Cream Hens Roosters 60c to 60c 50c to 53c ... ...38c 1 6 .' 20c to 27c ...*8.50 to $8.80 11C .10c .75c .35c .10c ..5c w.,.. Father .seems j.tp, have, -.celebrated Baby wieek i)siiaf^*y the doc tor's and nurse's bills for care of the infant. "'K The Review /.and Chicago AA: Daily Record-Herald 1 year tp*tiUU ^•nms f:' Kr -1 4 V. 1 7 4 IV -#w 11 |l.