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POUR' C?1 4 «t» «f» 4 *J* *J* »J* 4 ,: VAI«- ITEMS 'I'.- 4* airmen from Omaha lauded on FafljOlJe tree last Saturday In- John Stelik's pasture northwest of Vail. They toolc'the 9:30 train liaok In Oiim ha. At a meeting of farmer/! held in Hie Commercial club room Saturday tlie federal loan system was explained by iS. bank agent from Omaha to the great delight of all, jk-vv-^Usses Angela Krai and Marjorle :-Haas are assisting in .lira's store dm- .Ins the holidays. .*• rSaye Brogan, who attend!) Mount St. Clare academy at Clinton, arrived on Thursday to spend lier vacation. Mrs. Geo. Pieper returned' on Tues day from a visit in Jefferson. Mrs. Alex Hannenmn visited last week with friends in Denison. i" Mr. :and Mrs. L. C. Dunkelberg re &. turned Friday from a few days' visit ),in Arthur. His brother, Donald, accom panied them for a short visit. Bmil Novotne and son, Francis, and f- Mary Dieter autoed to Denison Satur- day. fr„ Mrs. M. J. Mangan left Monday for EIReno, Okla.t to spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. Tom McCormiek, and other relatives. :!~i Mra. Matilda Rasmussen was a shopper in Denison Monday. Maurice O'Connor was a business caller in Denison Monday. Miss Margaret Flynn returned Mon day to her home in Denison after a few days' visit with friends and rela tires here. Her sister, Mrs. H. Seig ner, and son, James, accompanied her fftr a Short visit. 0 Mrs. John Elias was shopping in Denison Thursday. .' G. B. McAndrews and daughters, Ann and Cecile, visited Thursday in Denison. Mrs. J. M. Glynn and Clare and fk: Merle Motseed motored to Denison on vLi Monday. Mrs. Mary Quirk returned Thursday from Dunlap, where she has been vis yajtiiig the past two weeks. Mrs. A. Short and daughter, Marion, were Christmas shoppers in Denison Thursday. M. Gibjin was a Denison passenger Tuesday. Mrs. Ellen Johnson was calling in Denison Monday. County Attorney Kaliler, of Denison, was'a Vail visitor Monday. John Kearns spent Tuesday in Den ®»ison. fcnfsij M. Devaney was a business visitor v'?in Omaha Monday. i\ Mrs. J. J. Costello, son, Jojin, and jA /^daughter, Frances, motored to Denison .f-^WTuesday. i^rB.' Frank Starek visited Wednes in West Side at the home of hev eon, Alfred. |r 'Mi's. John Holland and daughter, Ag *i.snea, \jere shoppers in Denison Tues- &kr- John Powers visited Tuesday in denison. 'Fanny Farley was home from Den- j7 itedh Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dobler were nnei flcst of the week. £3f3t Tuesday in ''Tft®'fine new office of the Vail Mill ^&\filevator company has been complet 'et&and they moved in last week. This linHding makes a great improvement Sf 'tp thei-mill property, having everything convenient for handling their business. Mosdames Leonard and Ed Dieter •wefe shoppers in Denison Tuesday. Mrs. J. F. Krai and daughter. An ela, were Denison callers- Monday, i-' Mrs. Marie Mitchell and daugliter, Eileien, visited the lirst o4' the week in Denison with Mary Jane McCarthy. Miss Nellie McCaffery visited with •f,. friends in Carroll Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Fouts was a passenger to Denison Tuesday. Gail Carey, of Dow City, called on friends here Tuesday. Mr./and Mrs.. J. J. Dugan were cali pers iq Denison Tuesday. (Jeo. Walsh visited the first of the week in Sioux City. Pjjter Flynn visited Tuesday in Den .ison. Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Lawler visited l^jfriends in Carroll Wednesday. Mrs. Geo. Pieper returned Tuesday r^tram a visit in Jefferson. filirs. J. M. Duffy was a Vail shopper "3n Denison Wednesday. .. Jlra R. Brockelsby and daughter, Mabel, were passengers to Denison on Wednesday. Dick Kiuneyl was here from Denison TuestUl*'. r. Misses Angela Krai and Florence Mitchell visited Wednesday in Deni son.'. Miss Ada Dieter who attends school .. yat liiount St. Clare academy at Clin *'ton, arrived home Tliursday evening. A 'A 1 Miss Gladys Morsey. of Dixon, 111., who also attends eliool at that plaecs, ac companied -Mi.~s Oieter to spend ihe holhlav?. .Marie Dean was shopping in Dpni son Friday. Mrs. nave Tonnor visitPd fripwls in Council Blulif, Friday. Earl Dugan, John Holland and Geo. Latinderviiie, who attend Duhunue col Jpge. crime home Friday to ppend thoir va«'at ioti. Nellie McCaffery was a. passenger to His county capital Wednesday. Mrs. R. Brockelsby and daughter, Mabel, were business callers in Deni son Wednesday. Stella Byrnes is home from Omaha, where he is attending Hoyleu' college, to spend Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Kiuil Strathman and children wore pjvswngeris lo Uenlson Friday. Oerlrude Molir returned to tier home in Arcadia Friday. Lloyd Dieter, who altends collegp al St. Marv's, Ivan3., io home for the holi day- Nell Harrington visited friends in Carroll Friday. Mart. McCulkmgh, of Carroll, visited the lant of the week in our town. Lizzie Aylward is home from Deni ion, where she has been attending school. Miss Clara Crobee, principal of the Vail high school, went to her home in Atlantic to spend her vacation. Margaret Finnegan went to her home in Carroll Friday! Her two nieces, Geraldine and Lillian O'Boyle, accompanied her for a short visit. Miss Vera Keane, who is taking a nurse's training course at St. Cather ine's hospital in Omaha, came home Tuesday for a visit. Mrs. Frank Murtaugh and Annie Murtaugh were passengers to Omaha Friday. Mike Devaney was a business caller in Omaha Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. Pfankuck was shopping in Denison Wednesday. Mrs. John Elias was in Denison last Thursday. Mayor Maurice O'Connor was kept busy last Saturday filling out ques tionnaires for new conscripts. Mrs. J. H. Johnson, of Early, is vis iting friends here. M. R. McGrath returned from Oma ha Friday. L. Osterlund was a passenger west Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. Krai and children were in Denison Saturday. Misses Marie McGuire and Angela Fitzsimmons were trading in Denison Saturday. P. Byrnes and son, Maurice, of Car roll. visited here the last of the week at the Joe Byrnes home. Mrs. Ben Wahlin and Mrs. George Pieper were, business callers in Deni son Saturday. Mesdames M. R. McGrath, J. M. Duffy and Geo. Walsh were passen gers to Denison Saturday. Frank Fee Sundayed at his home in Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Sheridan and family autoed to Denison Saturday. M. McVeigh, of Omaha, was a busi ness visitor in Vail Wednesday. Rev. Father Harty was a visitor in Denison Tuesday. Wm. VanDusen now has charge of the C. L. D.uffy barber shop. He in tends to have a new barber soon and will coutinue the business as before. On last Friday M. Giblin and John Monaghan returned from Cedar Rap ids, where they had been to see John L. Giblin, who has been seriously ill, and they report his condition about the same. Mrs. Ja«. Brogan, who also went, remained l'or a few days longer. Mrs. Thus. Costello and daughter, Florence, were shopping in Denison Saturday. Mrs. Marie Mitchell was in Denison Friday. C. II. Macke has secured a number of Pathe "Pathephones," and has them on display at his restaurant. The program for the. benefit of the Red Cross, given by districts one and six, Milford township, was a success. They had a larger crowd than they could accommodate and realized about $60. D. P. Robertson, of Manilla, was a business caller in Vail Tuesday. Tlios. Carey and John Aleehan, of Manilla, were business callers here on Saturday. Ivan Huffman was greatly surprised Monday evening when a number of his young gentleman friends gathered at his home to heip him celebrate his birthday. The evening was pleasantly spent. Agnes Monnghan was a Christmas shopper in Denison Saturday. J. B. Malloy, of West Side, visited Vail friends Saturday. James JJrogan and sister, Anna, autoed to Denison Saturday. Mrs. N. Jensen left Thursday for K/f THIS season of the year our thoughts turn to those whose friendly bus iness has made possible big ger and better things, and we extend to all a hearty greeting for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. GIBSON & ROGERS Auto Dealers, Denison, Iowa Yutan, Xeb., where, she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Mumm. Mr. and Mrs. F. Lawler visited in Carroll Wednesday. Mr. Deisenroth, teacher in the high school, left Friday to spend his vaca tion at Muscatine. The Misses O'Boyle were shopping in Denison Saturday. Olive Sophy, who is teaching school near here, left Saturday to spend her vacation at her home in Dunlap. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mill, of Denison, visited here the last of the week at the L. L. Hoffman home. Mrs. G. Stettler and children were callers in Denison Saturday. County Clerk Monaghan, of Denison, spent over Sunday with Vail friends. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wiggins, of Sioux City, arrived here Saturday to spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Brockelsby. Miss Mary Gallagher was a passen ger to Denison Wednesday. The people of Vail were agreeably surprised to see John Bourke, of Utah, who left here twenty years ago, meet his son in Vail. John was on his way east to see relatives in Clinton coun ty and tho son is getting ready to go to France as a cement man from the Koclc Island arsenal. IC. T. Ityan, Jr. has enlisted in the non-tlying aviation branch. Margaret Regan left Friday for Omaha, to Aisit relatives. Miss Faith Huffman is assisting in Dingman's drug store during the holi days. Ray Brown of Omaha, is visiting rel atives and friends here. Tlios. Duffy, of Camp Dodge, is home for the holidays. Chas. McCalpin, of Omaha, is visit ing relatives and friends here. J- A.I HfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT AROUND THE WORLD Pennsylvania legislators insist on higher salaries. Washington statisticians say farmers outlive clerks. Philadelphia school clerks de mand higher pay. Rude Creek, Alaska, reports new gold discoveries. Montana man asks army ex emption because be is "a loyal citizen." Kansas reports a district of 182 families In which In nine years 222 boys and no girls have been born. SHOCK TO JINRIKISHA MEN Craze for Sprinting That Has Seized Tokyo's Young Men Receives Ap* proval of Everyone Else. Since the Olympiad held In Tokyo, young men of the capital have been seized with a craze for athletic sports of all descriptions, says East and West. Especially have they developed en thusiasm for the marathon race, which doesn't require paraphernalia or tech nical skill. Good "wind" and a sound Jieart are the chief requirements. Sim plicity and general accessibility cause it to appeal to clerks and men em ployed during the daytljpe at sedentary work. Between ten and twelve o'clock,' every fair night, after the shops have closed and the streets are more or less deserted, one beholds squads of youths In their shirts running over the be dewed ground at steaming speed for some destination. Employers connive at this exercise, as they think it better for the young men than spending their evenings iu mild dissipation. The po lice do not object, for the nocturnal sport has not yet become a nuisance.' But there are others who strongly pro test. "What's the world coming to?" groaned a 'riklsha man,' as he saw a' passing llock of youths in scanty at« tire. 1 mmmm W SB THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 26, 1917 2®.,Kntjncr o- Mary Brown left Friday for her home in Carroll. Mary While who is taking a nurse's training course in Omaha, came SatnY dav to spend the holidays at home. »(5upboard1 BALANCED MENU. THURSDAY-BREAKFAST. Berries and Cream. Bacon Rolls. Fried Ilomlny. Coffee. LUNCHEON. Cold Siloed Lamb. Dressing. Finger Rolls. Cakes. Marshmallow Rice Puddlne. DINNER. Vegetable Soup. Hamburg Steak With Fried Onions. Creamed Potatoes. Fruit Salad. .Sugar Cookies. APPETIZING MEATS. ROUND STEAK EN CASSEROLE. —Top round is a juicy, well flavor ed meat and with long, slow cook ing becomes tender. Have meat cut one and one-half or two inches thick, cut in pieces two and one-half inches square or in suitable sizes for serving. Dust each piece lightly with flour. In a saucepan brown some of the fat from the steak and an equal amount of butter. In this brown each piece of meat lay meat in a casserole or bak ing dish. Add sis or eight small on ions that have been parboiled to rid them of the strong flavor, measure the fat in the trying pan and brown it, then add an equal amount of flour and brown it iu the hot fat, then add enough hot water or stock to make the sauce as thick as cream, stirring while cooking season with salt, pepper and one teaspoonful of Worcestershire tiauce if desired strain this over the steak, cover and seal with a muslin strip. Cook in moderate oven thirty live .or forty-five minutes. The onions may be omitted and peas added the last fifteen minutes. Chic-ken en Casserole.—Cut a young chicken as for fricassee, wash and wipe, then dust each piece lightly with flour. In a frying pan beat two table tpooufulsof butter and one tablespoon ful of suit pork fat in this brown each piece of chicken and one small onion and three slices of carrot. Lay the chicken iu a casserole or baking dish To the fat add an equal amount of flour, cook, but do not browp too dark add one and one-half cupfuls of white stock and cook until thick season with salt and pepper strain over the chick en add potato balls, mushrooms and green pepper cover and seal set in moderate over for forty-five minutes. Dried or canned mushrooms may be used. Lamb Scallop. Chop fine cooked lamb or inulton.'put layer in bottom of .dish, layer of tomatoes, layer of crumbs, season well with salt, pepper aud butter, bake until brown. Moisteh with a 11U16 wttfec. •••'. t'-.k&Pi HAVE YOU A BAD BACK? If You Have, the Statement Of This Denison Resident .Will In terest You. Does your back ache, night and day Hinder work destroy your rest? Does it stab you through and through When you stoop or lift or bend? Then your kidneys may be weak. Often backache is the clue.. Just to give you further proof, The kidney action may be wrong. If attention is not paid -More distress will soon appear. Headaches, dizzy spells and nerves. Uric acid and its ills Make the burden worse and worse. Liniments and plasters can't Reach the inward cause at all Help the kidneys—use the pills Denison folks have tried and proved. What they say you can believe. Read this Denison woman's account. See her. ask her, if you doubt. Mrs. W. Hurch, IW9 E. Broadway, says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills for backache and have found tliem very satisfactory. Two boxes cured me and my back became strong. Doan's are the liest kidney medicine I know, of and I am pleased to recom mend them for the benefit they gave nie has been lasting." Price tiOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney-remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Hurch had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. N. 3 "Martin" Also Extends Greetings of the Season It is dawning on many people that it is not absolutely necessary to run bright electric signs and lobster pal aces as usual, using up coal for lack of which the munition plants have to shut down. The sugar shortage doesn't hurt the afternoon teas much, as the feed doesn't count in the china matches and the napkins and the flowers ar tistically. The people who don't tijink about their Christmas gifts until a day or two before the holiday, are usually the same ones who complain about the disagreeable Christmas riish. It didn't take the congressmen long at home to find out that the way to get re-elected is to help on tlie war insead of obstructing it. The people who are fussing so be cause they have to go short on sugar are the grandchildren of the sturdy old timers who used to be awfully pleased to get. bread and molasses. A THE COMING YEAR PROMISES Even greater business activity than that enjoyed during the year just clos ing. Indications point to larger agricultural pursuits many are going back to the farm, many will cultivate larger tracts pf land. To meet the growing demand we will carry a larger line of implements and farm tobls and we advise those contemplating the pur chase of new machinery to place their ord^f ai0 avoid very unusual freight conditions. Our Line of Machinery Comprises all the Leading and Well Known Makes MMMMig! It is confidently predicted that the Russians will light to the death for the privilege of establishing disordei and anarchy. The soldier who hasn't got his over coat yet is not particularly consoled by the information that he will have it as soon as sixteen more dlerks have signed the necessary red tape. The government has rejected a lot of armyi hats owing to a scandal. Pet haps tlje milliners could work them off if tndde up with eccentric colors and ugly shapes. 23,000,000 knives and forks and 11, 000,000 spoons delivered to our army, Shortage of spoons is made up by the girls that hang around the camps. Those people who make defective shells should be over in the trenches testing the efficiency of the shells made by the Germans. In these food conservation times it is of course permissible to bring a bushel basket to the table to hold the crumbs you scatter around. A O N O A S I N O N E A Music Lover's Discovery New Delights well-known musician entered He had phonograph shop yesterday. Brunswick. "Is it possible," he asked, "that you have the phono-' graph I've always wished for? One that plays all' records Then his favorite records were played some of the well-known makes, tie asked for different artists all were available. "This is marvelous he said. "No longer will I be limited to one line of records, but I can hear all my favorites. And the tone it is far better. The Bruns-' wick is a triumph!" This is not an unusual incident. Nearly every visitor} expresses the same delight. Can you afford to overlook this great sensation in your selection of a phonograph Hear and compare The Brunswick before you decide. Prices $32.50 to $180—'Easy Terms The BrunswickfBalke-Collender RepretentidHere Byi DENISON. IOWA. BRUCE ROGERS Implement Dealer, Denison, Iowa llWIJlk 'Iv".1 Some people can't see why the gov eminent will employ big business men at $1.00 a year, when there are so many politicians who have not been taken care of yet, The fact that a man can't afford a dollar to belong to the Red Cross un fortunately doesn't prove that he can't dig up several dollars for a blow out. Liquid Does Not Rob Off, Lasts 4 Times Leaf at Otkeri, Save* Work. Get a Can Today a well-known heard of The Mi Ssr "w: wa: HI I 'H'