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"Fi-ancisco as predicted, is under the protest of a number of business
direct control of. the. Wilson- adminis. A jrt
traUon. The chief ambition seems to ™n
It grows more apparent every hour
that the scheme has been from the
Start to nominate McAdoo, *i son-in
law of the president, to become the
Standard Bearer of the party this fall.
McAdop Jong since made his peace with
the labor organizations hy his trucu
lent utterances in thqtr favor, and has
•therehy--become ingratiated in tlie fa
vor of the labor organizations through
out the country. Statesmanship W
forgotten in a desire to play a,part in
politics in order to secure the support
•of the labor vote. If McAdoo is not
nominated, it will be no fault of the
WXlsori forces because they are all
lined up -behind' him. •.
Evidently W. J. Bryan is more con
fcerned about the platform and what
.^enters into its makeup than in the
question of who the candidate for nom
ination will be. Mr, Bryan by his
fearlessness has proved that there' is
sno danger of a wet plank being insert
«jd in the platform and the wets: are"
now alarmed for fear he will he able
to Insert a, dry plank as a part of the
-platform.
Ho has also shown a disposition not
to subscribe to the president's views on
'the League of Nations. He is diamet
rically opposed to the League of Na
tions as approved by the president
'Without reservations, and while he will
probably be out-voted, he will present
tt record which will shovy where he
stands on the question.
Bryan may have his faults,' but he
16 not thc kind of a statesman to" keep
his light nnder a bushel. He is out
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Published Fvery Wednesday by
cheapest.
pf .AjP^ Mastic—tho
in the open and the world knows what
he stands for. The committee on reso
lutions' lias organized and left Bryan,
off of the sub-committee selected to
prepare the draft of the platform. He
will have his opportunity when the
platform comes before the full com
mittee and the convention.
The school- board has submitted to
the voters of the city the question of
permitting the use of the athletic field
for the playing of Sunday baseball by
the home team of Denison, on Friday,
July 2, 1920, from one to six P. £1. The
election is' to fie held Oij 'the question
of whether Denison will permit the
playing of Sunday- baseball."
Inasmuch as this plan has been adop-
tG(1 by thc
Paifer {font to foreign country 2.50 that the election shall not go by de
.jjt' fault and that a full and substantial
f'ty ^CORRESPONDENCE I vote shall bis. had. It.should not be
tU(l n0t
tj0ni
school board, we suggest
8,li(1 Lfter
the'vote istak&n that people
arty interest in the -4toc-.
aIui jet it go #default and-'noth-
tnis
be to flatter the vanity of Woodrow J"® ^ake on the ques tiou.
-Wilson and to .make him believe that
he is the greatest character in the
world and that yet he is a victim of I
Republicans who are determined by
misrepresentation to deprive him
they
(ding
Ills placc in history* :n rintiulnrifv each d»1V
TJie resolution passed by the commit-
tee on Monday evening is made up en
tirely of lauditory statements to flatter
the president. The*truth is that the
convenion is one made up largely or
offlco holders under thc adminisration
and Is engineered entirely by cabinet
ofllcers and other agents under the
authority of Wilson's administration.
^|rBattor SafMfiard Agalnat Cholera. No Saw Way to Kill
Jk Uea and Promote Health, Thrift and Profit.
issue of the paper, and
l"Jrs t\™"v lvc for\he stand
takc
on tnoi qucsuoti.
Thoso whose
thfU t*e
of
minds are not crowded
DrgjUd|C0
arc 'ahle to discover
domination of Warren G. Har-
us prosidqnt at.ChicafiO. 'haa grown
the
beginning, it
In the beginning, it was thought that
many of 'the followers of Roosevelt
might voicetheir objections against
Mr. Harding's nomination, but happily
the question has 'solved itself by most
of the followers of Roosevelt having
already declared themselves heartily
in favor of Mr. 'Harding.
Roosevelt's son made a personal call
o'n Mr. Harding and after a lengthy
interview declared his purpose to give
full support to the Harding candidacy.
Senator Ivcnyon. of Iciwa, who was
supporting Johnson for president, has
announced his purpose to support
Senator Harding. Of course it .may be
expected that there will be certain rad
icals, "who, under the leadership of
Hearst and this class of people, may
(not
support the Republican candidate,
but the great body of the radicals is
now broken up. largely by the fact
that many of them have come to the
front declaAng their purpose- of sup
porting Mr. Harding.
The truth is he has a public record
which is a superb one, and we doubt
if there Ts another mart in the party
so capable ot* brihging together and
enlisting ihe support of so large a
number of'MpMJJlicans as Senator Har
ding. The more-one discovers about
him, the better«f^c is-appreciated. If
statesmanship is Called 'for. Senator
Harding answers the purpose It level
headed intelligent judgment is desir
able, then Senator Harding is strong
in thlsresnect.
If freedom from factional warfare
and personal scandal is helpful to
candidate, then Senator Harding', is
fortunate. Measured by all the stan
dards that could be applied, we believe
that our candidate maintains an envi
able position.
The presidential candidates will how
lie confronted with acts of dark and
desperate villainy' committed at the age
of thi'ee years old and upward.
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The Westminister Club will meet on
Wednesday afternoon, July fab with
Mrs. Dan Voss. Mosdames Voss and
Quist will bp hostesses.
Miss Vere Menagh will entertain in
formally* at,-one o'clock luncheon on
Thursday for Miss Gertrude Romans
and ,'Miss Watkins of Waterloo guests
at the Woolston homo.
Dr. and Mrs. Turner entertained a
number of the young people at a porch
.party oh last Wednesday evening in
honor of BJr.' Alley, of Grinnell, broth
er of Mrs. Turner. Tho evening was
spent with cards and a most enjoyable
time was had.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Ji Farj-elly enter-'
talncd on Monday evening at their"
home complimentary to their house
guests, Miss Genevieve Yerger and Jo
seph Gaffney, both residents "of Phila
delphia. The evening was enjoyed
with cards and dancing. Delicious re
freshments were served during the
course of the evening.
Mrs. Henry Saggau WHS hostess at
a five o'clock tea on Tues(J?iy afternoon
complimentary to Miss I-Romans, of
Boston, and Mrs. Morgan) Cornwall
of Spencer. About eightecnr?guosts, all
old friends of the honor- guests Were
present, and altho tho- weather was
rather warm, a jolly tiirife Was had. A
very tempting supper lyaa served at
several tablbk arranged small vas
2s of garden, (lo-vvers.
Mrs. Jacob Sims entertained at one
o'clock luncheon on th|k Wednesday,
June 30th, when the engagement of
her daughter. Miss Catherine, waa
made known by means •Qf tiny envel
opes u&ed as place cards r-at the several
tabios which, when opened, revealed
the names of Miss Katherine Sims and
Mr.-Paul Sturgis. Twenty-four guests
intimate friends of the bride-elect, were
seated at small tables which were ar
ranged with quaint bouquets of pink
roses in baskets, and the pink envel
ope plaJe markers carried out the col
or scheme of pink and white. A most
delicious four-course luncheon was'
served and the guests had the pleas
ure of meeting Miss Edith O'Connell,,
of AtMntlc. a guest at tho Sims' home.'
METHODIST CHURCH NOTES
Class meetings at lQiQO o'clock. Morn
ing worship '10:30. Bishop Homer C.
Stuntz of Omaha,- will presich. All
should hear him.
Sunday school at 12. Classes for all/
Basket Dinner at 1 o'clock. The la
dies of the M. L. tJ. will furnish hot
coffee and ice tea.. The basement will
accommodate a hiindred people, then
we will use the church lawn:-
Afternoon services at 3:00, when the
Bishop will deliver another great mes
sage.
The girls of the Intermediate De
partment will enjoy their outing at
Wall Lake Tuesday, meeting at the
church at 7:00 o'clock, bringing lunch
for dinner and supper.
The Little Light Bearers .Reception
will be hold at the church Wednesday
afternon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Mothers
of Little Light. Bearers invited. Bring
annual dues of 25c. Program, games,
and light refreshments.
Prayer meeting on Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock. An interesting Bible
Study was held last weelc, the subject
being "True ..Service." Come.
LUTHERAN UHI'RCII NOTES
Regular services next Sunday. Quar
terly business meeting after the serv
ices. Every ipCmber is urged to be
present.
Services and husiricss meeting at the
usual hbur at Buck Grove next Sun
day afternoon.
Rev. Frese, Pastor,/.:^
BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES
Rey. Petersen of Kiron, preached
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MANILLA ITEMS
Harry Holmes has resigned his po
sition at the Milwaukee railroad yards
and has accepted a position as night
waiter in Marr's cafe.
Ida Ellers and Viola Thomas were
Manning visitors Thursday.
Mr. Hutchinson and Robert Hird
motored to Harlan Wednesday evening
where tlicy played in tho band con
cert.
Mr./ and Mrs. Henry Thenlan, Mrs.
F. E./Schrain and Marion Graham took
in the band concert at Harlan Wednes
day -evening.
C. A, Miliigan of Faith, S. D., will
spend his seventieth birthday, August
14th, at Manilla with his daughters,
Mesdames I\ E. Schram, C. A. 'Saun
ders, Jr., arrd Mrs, Clcera Morgan.
Tho Manilla band played some beau
tiful music at the homo of A1 Minor1
Wednesday evening in honor of Cliff
Purdy and 'his new bride,' -after which:
a banquet supper waa soryod.
C. A. -{Saunders, Sr., and son. Chuck,
and Mr. .and Mrs. F. E. Schram took
in the--short hour sale at Manning on
Wednesday..
Mr. and Mrs. R. Rnsmussen, Mrs.
James Denton and Frank Stoker spent,
last Sunday, in Cherokee, driving-across
the country, with Mr. Denton's ear.
Mr. anjl Mi s. Jack Uselding arc en
tertaining company in thc person of
Little Miss Catherine Jirfiettn, who
came to brighten their home June 24th'.
The band, assisted by soveral pieces
from Harlan's most talented musicians'
gave a wonderful concert on our street
Thursday evening, which was very,
much appreciated by all Who were for
tunate enough to hear it.
Mrs. T. H. Bowen and daughter,
Gladys were Irwin visitors Thursday.
Mqs. Fred Mnrr was a Cherokee
visitor last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Silkeboken and child,
returned to their home in Dallas Cen
ter the forepart of the week after vis
iting several days at the. home of thc
lafter's mother, Mrs. Olson and other
11ȴ
The ladles of the aid society of the
Main Street Methodist church will meet
with Mrs. l3mil Ilugg at her home
south of the city Thursday afternoon.
Members of tho St. Rose of Lima
Parish will entertain at a dancing and
card party this, evening at the auditor
ium complimentary to Father Vcit,
who leaves this week for Grand June-,
tion. '.
Misses Winifred, Alma, and Edna
Wright entertained a few friends at a
six o'clock dinner on Monday evening,
in honor of several out of town guests,
Miss Gertrude Romans and Miss Mary
Watkins, of Waterloo.
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Nlcholsen have
invited twenty-four friends of Miss
Gertrude Romans, out to their country
placc for chicken dinner on Thursday
evening. All that are going anticipate
one of Mrs. Nicholson's excellent din-
Mrs. Barney Otto entertained the
Entre Nous club and a number of
guepts on last Friday afternoon when
a social time .'was greatly enjoyed ahd
was followed by a most delicious three
course suppei^. Large vases of sum
mer flowers were used throughout the
home pf the hostess.
Mrs. Laura, ^aer was hostess to the
F. H. club members Thursday after
noon last Week "when the afternoon was
devoted to handiwork and visiting. The:
house was, prettily decorated with vas
es of garden flowers and the large table
from which a most delicious three
course supper, was served, was prett
ily arranged .with a low bowl of June
roses.
'The Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society of the Methodist Episcopal
church will meet Wednesday afternoon
Jtily 7th, at 2:30, with Mrs. John Stil
etto. The program will be in charge:
of Mrs. F. Li Hoffman assisted by:
Mesdames Brown, Sprecher and Pen
ney. There ,'will' be a social hour at
the close of the meeting when the los
ing side entertains the winning side
in the contest. Every member is urged
to be present:.
't
very acceptably for ud Sunday morn
ing. There being rio preaching servic
es at the -church Sunday evening, two
auto' loads of our people attended the
revival meetings' at the Baptist church:
at Kiron-. The truilding. eveir to stand-'
ing room was filled, and some were
not able to get in. The large chorus
choir of about one hundred young. m'en
nnd women, under the leadership of
Evangelist Beckman, did sbme. fine)
singing. About, thi
already talent
TThe Bvithgeliet, $Ny)
aeirmoii. *.?,
FOR SALE—
TO RENT
TO EXCHANGE"-
-.persons, have
Und tor Christ,
en, gave'a fine
On tuesda^y e$UiingS thei young men's'
class, gavfc a pajty/'for Mr. Oakes' and
•his. wife at the home. of M. E.' Jones.
The prayer tiieeting will be held as
usual on Thursday evening at eight
o'clock, M, E. Jones 'as leader.
Wc hope and expect the voters of
our church will remember the elec
tion to be hold Friday of this, week ser
iously and go to the. polls and vote
against the school, board allowing Sun
day baseball on* the school athlete park.
There will be no,, services at our
church this coming *8unday. We are
invited to attend the services of the
Methodist church to hear Bishop
Stuntz preach. He is one of the M.
denomination's most spiritualistic men
and we anticipate a real treat.
Th& quarterly business meeting,
which should have been tomorrow, on
Thursday1 evening, Is post-poned till
next Thursday ,everting on account of
the absence of our pastor, who is in
attendance at tho Northern Baptist
convention at Buffalo, also the B. Y.
P. U. -convention held at Toronto, Can.
relatives.
Mrs. C.' Purdy whov has been visit
ing with relatives at Dow City return
ed "home the foi-epart of the week.
Mrs. Geo. Dishurg and children, Geor
gia and Gilbert, loft Friday for Pipe
stone, Minn., to visit friends.'
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White ahd small
daughter, motored to Irwin Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Breckenrldgo vis
ited friends in Audubon Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Baker, Mrs. R.
Rasmusson and Mrs, George -Stockcr
visited at the Hciso home in Harlan
Tuesday.
Mrs. C. L. Wilhite entertained the
K. K. club Tuesday evening. A good
time was enjoyed by all there, and a
dainty luncheon was served at a late
hour.
Mrs. John Calvin entertained a num
ber of her friends at a twelve. o'clock
luncheon Wednosday. Miss Sayde
Neely and Mrs. Myrtle Stuart, of Coun
cil Bluffs, were out of' town guests.-
E. C. ?43aker made a business trip
to Donisbn''Thursday.
Mr. and Mi-s^ C. ,Kuhl were called
to Manning the forepart of th6 week
because of thc serious Illness of their
son, who was operated upon for appen
dicitis there.
Perry Cruise made a business trip
to Omaha the latter part of the week
to -receive instructions for voice.
Harry Shedd who has been hired as
superintendent of the Manilla public
school for the following year came on
Thursday to make preparations for
moving his family' here.
Word reached herb tho middle of
the week of the iharriage of Mr. Cliff
Purdy of this city, to Miss Miyy Hall
of Bassett, Iowa. They were married
in Omaha, Thursday, June 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. Goddard arrived here
Tuesday from -Indiana to spend the
summer months with Mr. and. Mrs.
Wm. Goddard.
Rev. Father Schlier made a business
trip to Early Tuesday.
Mrs. Alexander returned to her home
in Wichita. Kans., Monday after
spending soveral days visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. John Hutchinson and friends.
Rev. and Mrs. Ellis and family left
FOR SALE—A GOOD CAR, CHEAP.
Mrs. A. C. Weeks. 2G-2t
FOR SALE: HOME GROWN STRAW
berries. Very nice. P. W. Weberg. 25-1
WILL HAVE PLENTY RIPE
strawberries ahout June 1st and after:
J. H. McAllister. 21-6t
FOR
SALE—MODERN
FOR SALE—A MODERN 8 ROQM
house. Inquire of Nick Limbreclit.
Phone 580. 24-3t.
FOR SALE—2 BEDSTEADS, 1 PAIR
springs, 1 rocker, 5 chairs, stool, 1 cen
ter table, 1 looking glass. Call phone
1110.
FOR SALE.t—5 room house in ex
cellent condition with new improve
ments. Two lots on corner with 168
foot frontage in good location. Will
sell cheap. Inquire of James Mill.
FOR SALE—FARMS AND TOWN
property. Also farms in South ant
North Dakota. D. F. Brown, Denison
Iowa. 25-ti
FOR RENT
FOR RENT—MODERN 8 ROOM
house. Inquire dt Review office. 24 tf
SPECIAL NOTICE
We wis hto announce that our stores
will be closed on Monday, July 5th.
E. C. Chamberlin,
Jim Jordan made a business trip to
Omaha Tuesday to contract for some
good pictures to bo shown at the local
theater.
Mr. Adee and family left the forepart
of the week for their new home in Sa
vanna, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Adee made
a great number of friends while here.
Muriel McDermott. Robert, and Al
len Hird, George and Sidney Gaumer
were among those who attended the
band concert at /Ilarlan Wednesday
evening gf last \yeek.
Mr. aijd Mrs. Arlie Offlner were Ir
win visitors Sunday."
Tuesday afternoon the Pythian Sis
ters gathered at the beautiful home
of Mrs. A. W. Callahan for a miscell
aneous shower In honor of ono of their
sisters. Miss Caroline McCracken, The
afternoon was pleasantly spent and a
dainty luncheon was served. Many
useful household gifts were brought by
her many friends.
Posters and penants for thc Chautau
qua to be held hero from Juno 30th
to July 4th are being put up over thc
town. It looks as If Manilla would
have the beat ch/iutauqua this year
that It has ever had. Tickets arc. be
ing sold by the business men and big
preparations are being made for the
week. The program appears elsewhere
in the paper.
F. L. Hoffman F. W. Lyon
Phone 13 Phone 1415
THE MAN LAND COMPANY 4
.Office Phone 121
4 -O/'v.r
2d Floor Jfelson Block, Denison, la.
We sell lots, homes, business
«J propositions. See our fine list. We
write all kinds of insurance in the
best of companies. Call on us
RAILWAY TIME TABLE®
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FOR SALE. BUSINESS BRIEFS
8 ROOM
house and 2 lots. Two blocks from
court house. Inquire at Review ofllce.
22-tf
25vtf
FOR SALE—GOOD SIZED SAFE/IN
reasonable.
good condition. Will' sell
W. F. Staller, Phone 173 25-ti
FOR SALE-r-STEAM THRESHING
outfit. 32-52 Separator 16 h. p. engine.
Good' running order. John Anderson,
Deloit, .Phone 15-L. 26-2t
FOR SALE—PERFECTION THREE
burner high-shelf oven oil stove, like
new. Mrs. R. P. Ellis. 26-lt
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
FOR SALE)—FIVE ROOM HOUSE
and lot on East Chestnut street, mod
ern except heat also two lots in Grace
pafk.' Have- some second hand lumber
for sale. A. H. Brogden, Phone 441.
26-tf
J. V. Barborka. 20-lt.
the forepart of tho week for South
Dakota where he was to marry Miss
Clara Morgan to Mr. Halt, of St. Law
rence, S. Dak. Miss Morgan formerly
was a teacher in' the public school here.
Miss Sayde Neely of Council Bluffs
came Monday evening to attend the
annual O. M. C. reunion and visit
other friends.
A.' W. Callahan and son, Charles and
C. A. Sykes went to Perry Tuesday to
visit relatives.
Mrs. Herman Hessling who has been
visiting several days at the home of
her mother, Mrs. Hattie Dieter return
ed to her home ip Manning Tuesday.
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One Cent Per Word Each Insertion. All Ads Charged on Ledger, Minimum Charge of Twenty-flve Cents i:i
BARGAIN BOYS' HARDWARE DE
partment: 1 ladies' high grade bicycle
nearly, new. 25-ti
GET YOUR FLY NETS lOW
while the assortment is complete at the
Denison Harness Shop. 24-4t.
•i
CALLING CARDS.—the Review is
showing the latest designs in printed
Calling cards, both plain and panneled,
moderately priced. We will be pleas
ed to show you samples.' 17-tf
WE HAVE SEVERAL. HIGHLY AD
vertised Talking machines that we
are closing out at a very low price.
The Corner Jewelry Store. 84-tf.
FLY NETS—ALL KINDS AND
colors at the Denison Harness Shop.
24-4t.
IF YOU WISH YOUR SUIT RE
paired, pressed or cleaned, don't for
get V. E. Anderson, the Majn Street
Tailor. Ladies' and igents' clothing
treated In workmanlike manner. 60-tf
WHEN YOU HAVE PUMP AND
wind mill trouble call John Purcell,
West Denison Mill. Phono 14. 25-4t
Remethber the Review commercial
printing department is equipped to dc
Anything in the printing line on short
notice. When in need of printing phone
23 and a representative will call for
your order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
H. F. BOLTON, GENERAL CON
tractor and builder. Also do all kinds
of concrete work including sidewalks,
wails and curbs. Sewer connections a
specialty. 21-tf
PHELPS FARM LIGHT AND POW-!
or systems installed by A. H. Collier/
Manilla, Iowa. 21-tf
BOYS' HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
—1 nearly new Majestic range a:
snap. 25-tl:
THERE IS NO SURER WAY.
against adversity than a business train-'
ing taken at the Mankato Commercial!
College, Mankato, Minn. Send for cata
logue. 26-lt
The barber shops in Denison will be
closed all day Monday, on July 5th.
26-lt.
LOST
LOST—REGISTRATION NUMBER
for a Ford car and rear light. Finder
please notify Seth Anderson, Boyer, Ia.:
25-3t
LOST—DARK RED BULL CALF
weight about 450. Lost June 4th.
Chas. Freml. 25-4t.
LOST—BLACK LEATHER WATCH,
fob with gold locket and fraternity
emblem. Return to George McIIenry
for reward. 26-lt.
STRAYED TO MY PLACE 0%
miles northwest of Dow City, about
three months ago, whi(e faced calf.
Owner may have
«ame
by paying, ex
ffens. Z5-:
penses. A. L. Stefl -2t«
STRAYED TO MY PLACE, ONE
red bull yearling calf, about a month
ago. Owner can have same by proving
property and paying expenses. John
Schurke, Rt. 1, Kiron.
25-3t1
STRAYED TO MY PLACE IN DE
loit, a hog. Owner may have same by
paying for this ad, cost of feeding, arid
proving property. Wayne Cose, Deloit,
Iowa. 26-lt.
STRAYED OR STOLEN—BRINDLE
Bull terrier pup. Owner's name on
collar. Anyone knowing of his where
abouts kindly notify Mrs. R. O. Dlbbs
arid •receive reward. 26-lt.
RUllAL CARRIiSR EXAMINATION
The United States civil servicc com
mission has announced an examination
for the county of Crawford, Iowa, to
be held at Denison, Manilla, Iowa, on
July 10, 1920, to fill .the position of rural
carrier at Ariori, Charter Oak, Deloit,
Dow City, IClron, Manilla, Schleswig,
Vail and West Side, and vacancies that
may late roccur on rural routes from
other post offices in the above men
tioned
tcounty.
Tho examination will
be open only .to.citizens who ere actual
ly domiciled (p., the. territory of a post
office in the ooujitjr .ahd who meet the
other requlremdnaU. get forth in Form
No. 1977, Both^ppyirid .vVftmerii iff
qualified,, may ennrvchls examination,
but appointing ofllcef/j have the legal
right to specify tlie:{Tex desired in re
questing certiflQiiUon of ellgibles. Wom
en will not Be
(oojrt8lk!red
for rural ear­
ner appointment" 'ijWpss thoy -are the
widows 0t U,- S. stfldlers, sallors or .ma
rines, or file'wives of. U. S. soldiers,
Bailors or-marine's whore physically dls
^uailiie'd for exaimlnation by reason of
injuries received in the line of military
duty. Form No. 1977 and application
blanks may be obtained from the offices
mentioned above or from the United
States civil service commission at
Washington, D. C. Applications should
bo orwfarded to the commission at
Washington at the earliest practicable
date.
STAFFORD'S
Tailoring and Dry Cleaning
Works. Office facing Opera
Hou ge. Works 1 block govith
-i" :iv Phone 145
Wort caDed for »nj delivered ~ap6n
request. Return parcel post paid on
out of town work.
1
LIVESTOCK FOR 8ALI
FOR SALE—ONE YOUNG 3ER
calf. Peter Soehl, Denison, la. It
FOR SALE—YEARLING RT
horn bulls. P. W. Webeffc, isoft,
Iowa. 21-tf
SOME CHOICE 'FARMS AN
property,for sale Direct from
Good terms. See Ed Duncan,
eer. List your' property with ih1 i5-l0t
WANTED
DINING ROOM GIRLS WA# ED—
Two good girls wanted at1ortjj
wages. Hotel Denison.
WANTED—A LIVE ENEjl ETIC
young man to sell life lnsui
Crawford county for a good 19'
pany. Liberal commission pal
opportunity for the right partj
The Denison Review, Denisor
WANTED—HORSES AND TTLE
to -pasture can accommodate
twenty Head. One mile south|"
son. John Barber, Phone 33-H
CENTRAL MINNESOTA
lands producing large crops or
oats, barley, rye, corn and.
Write for list. Roisrers '& Ell
dena, Minn. Lock Box 303.
FOI£ SALE—TEN TO ON. 80
good acres in Manomen county, tfinn.,
arid half of present crop for tt prioe
of eight good acres in Crawfoj coun
ty. Write me about it. Paul rdner,
Howard, S. Dak. vf-3t
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA F",
WE HAVE MORE FARM
'sale this season than ever be: re on
easy terms. Write us for bookies and
connections. The ttonnesyn L^f
St. James, Minn.
FOR SALE—2 IMPROVED
ter sections 2 Improved half
2 unimproved quarter sectiens,
close to Garden City, Clark co
D. Write Barrett Bros., Garde:
S. D.
IOWA LAND
360 ACRE IMPROVED, WELIl\LO
cated farm Howard county, Iowarmne
lay of land, best soil price $195 \pe
acre. Mortgage $30,000. Will
clear stock, of goods or income
tent of equity.
City, Iowa.
NORTH DAKOTA LAND
IMPROVED NORTH DAKOTA
farms in the famous lake region best
wheat and corn land in the -state nqar,
markets good neighborhood $60, per
acre and up terms. Land is going up
we want agents to tell their friends at
home write or come act quick. Mork
en-Shaw Land Co., Devils Lake, -N. D.
23-10tf
NEW YORK LAND
ANYONE WISHING A GOOD
home, excellent climate and water, with
or without stock, can buy with a small
capital on easy terms. For information
write E. J. Johnson. R. F. D.
W''T-^
LOST
FOUND—i
WANTED-
MINNESOTA LANDS
160 ACRE FARM IN STElj
one mile from town with big
Situated on Jefferson highwt
acres ploWed balance in bluegr
turc. Good buildings, equipp
electricity, 50 ,acres net fe/icedPr
right. Good, terms. John E. jje«
Medford, Minn.
Geo. H. Jackson, Mi
WISCONSIN LAND
FOR
FOR SALE— 160 A£
farm, clay loam soil, allwtlUt
dec cultivation. Located' «t
the street in a)'town of '1M0
Equipped with electric IXIWW/ .iftc. ?ev
oral Iowa farmers in this community,
Sipple Bros., Colby, Wis. 17-10t4
lit
MS
FOR
:3,
J.
Co..
80UTH DAKOTA LAN
Pulaski,
N. Y. (I am a farmer) 26-Srt*
ALFALFA AND GRAIN FARM, 137
acres black loam soil, smooth and level.
Near railroad town, on state road. Com
plet set buildings. $41 per aeffe'. Pari
cash. Other bargains in fruit, grain,
dairy farms. List sent free. Husted
Farm Agency, Stamford, New York.
23-20t*
OHIO LANDS
OHIO FARMS—WE HAVE
THE
largest and best list of central Ohio
farms for sale that we ever offered
$100 to $200 per acre btiys the best,
with modern improvements. We can
save you money on account of our low
commission of 3 per cent of accepted
price to seller only. Send for' our Soil
Bulletin and list of farms. It's free.
J. W. Walter, Wooster, Wayne Co.,
O. 25-81
MISSOURI LAND
FOR SALE—380 ACRES, IMPROV
ed N. E. Missouri, Monroe county half
bottom, balance nice upland in line,
country. Price $145 per acre half
cash, balance long time at 6 per cent.
Other business. J. E. Freeland, Macon,
Mo. 26-3t4
CANADIAN LAND
WELL BOUGHT REAL ESTATSB
is no speculation. It is a sure source
of wealth. I am sole agent in tU«
territory for the Canadian Pacific R#
road lands in western Canada.' Gd^l'
lands at from $11 to $28 per. acre Mi,
20 years time at a low rate of interest.
Correspondence and interviews Bollrat
cd. Always a square deal, N. R. JNw
der, Dow City, Iowa. *Mr.
CARD OF THANKS 'Vl
Through the columns of the RevttWrjj
we wish to express -our thanks ahd
appreciation to the neighbors and many
friends who so ably assisted us during
the illness and at the time of the death
of our beloved wife and mother. We
wish also to thank those whoo|BHt*he
beautiful floral tributes.
Joseph Obst,
Jos&ph Pachta,
Mrs. Carsen HattMn.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express to all
.our, kind
friends and neighbors our great appre
ciation for the many tokens of sJWn-,
pathy extended us during our
reavement. S,
Mrs. Mary E. Chapjnan.
and sons, Earl, and Leslie^
CARD OF THAN®
We wish to thank all of ttfflUfeh
bors and friends of odr rtotlrtt, ®rs.
A. Williams, for thc kindn^ai and'holB^
during her sickness also for the
tiful flowers. .. Thev Child^n.
i.
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