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Charley Hoppe is erecting a new
bouse on bis farm.
Mr?. Charles Evers, of Denison, was
visiting friends here rece.nt.ly
Ingwer and Peter Hollander went
down to the Huffman sale Tuesday.
August Hollander left for school at
Davenport, where be will remain tlii-:
The dance given at Schleswig Suiulny
was very interesting, quite a number
were present.1 .?
Mrs. J. S. Frahm has moved to Den
ison. where she will open a boarding
house as soon as possible.
Mrs. Henry Lass returned to her
home in Minnesota from a four weeks
visit with her parents and relatives.
Mesdames Hans Freese anil llenry
Schmidt went down to Clinton on ac
count of their parents Golden wedding.
The caucus held at the Center school
bouse was well attended. Fritz Witt
was appointed chairman and William
Anderson as secretary.
There are people here that are wor
ried as to who writes the Otter Creek
news. They better not worry them
selves too much so as to get gray hair.
Mrs. Scott Steriitt is quite sick again
with malarial fever.
Miss Lucy Flint of Denison visited
hei sisters at Deloit over Sunday.
Rev G. S. Clift of Smithland, Iowa,
is visiting old friends in these parts.
Elmer Cruzan and wife attended
Baptist services in Denison last Sunday
John Lewis returned from Greene Co.*
last Sunday on his bicycle. He says it
was a hard struggle against that wind.
James Newton is slowly improving
from an attack of fever. It is the gen-
be,ief that the sickness prevailing
along the lioyer Vally is caused by so
touch water being backed up by tbe I.
C, dams.
The death of Clara Newcome, young
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cashus
Newcome, which occurred Monday
evening,tho&gh not unexpected,has cast
a gloom over the whole neighborhood.
Clara was about fourteen years of age,
c^and a very dear girl of pleasant man
ners and kind disposition which made
her a favorite with all. She had been a
••.% faithful member of ttie L. D. 8. church
which she joined about three years ago
I Funeral services were held Wednesday
morning at the L. D. S. church Elder
^,4' Hunt officiating. The bereaved parents,
i'M- brotheisand sisters have the sympathy
of a host of friends in their affliction.
TaWiT^s awd
T^WeaVvows on SaU.
Blankets and Comforters.
Purchased Before the Big Advance in
Are now on sale. It simply means buying Blankets and
Comforters for about half the money you will have to pay
in November and December. It's doubling your money in
two months: Hotel and boarding house keepers will be es
pecially interested in this sale.
Eastern-made Cotton Blankets, in gray, wool finish, worth
55c Special 45c
Large size gray, wool finish, Cotton Blankets, good weight
Large size gray mottled, wool finished, Cotton Blankets, good
value at
95c Special p9c
Fancv Wratoper Blanket, in dark or light Jaquard patterns,
Extra large size, gray, wool Blankets, weight
I arre full ic»x4 pure white lamb's wool Blankets, cheap a
v- ttft*. in
.... Special $1.35
Sanitary Gray Wool Blankets, thoroughly shrunk, cheap at
White California Wool Blankets, cheap at
Extra fine large size Comforters, covered.with silkolene, filled
with nice soft cotton batting, 4^ pounds.
Special $1.15
A good full sizeComforter, covered with figured robe print,
an'e lined with plain red calico, filled with dark Cotton
A dance was held Sunday in the
Schneller drug store.
H. Krohnke made a trip to Battle
Creek Tuesday on business matters.
Herman Carstens drove over from
Denison Tuesday upon business and
pleasure bent.
Tom McGrath made a combined busi
ness and pleasure trip to our country
last Thursday from Charter Oak.
The long fooked for ball was given
Thursday evening in the newly finished
Leopold building. All report a rousing
old time.
John Prosch. Herman Krobnke and
William Ilamann spent Wednesday in
Charter Oak. They were hauling hogs
for the latter. I
D. C. Hilton departed for- Sheldon
Thursday, by way of Denison. He will
make quite a lengthy stay as Sheldon is
his old home and it has many attrac
tions for him.
Miss Josephine Kniest, of Charter
Oak, is spending a few days with
friends in the vicinity of Schleswig.
She is the nuest of Mrs. J. Krohnke
and Ne] lie Drake. PAj/v 1^3'^
The ilohenzolleru hall is nearly
:ioved to Schleswig and when it makes
it arrival look out for a grand ball,
which will be its initiation to Schles
wig's inner circle.
Quite a number from our neighbor
hood, among whom were Pete Hansen
and wife, Henry, John and Theresa
Hansen, attended the Schultz-Fehmer
ling nuptials. They all report a very
good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dickman arrived
Sunday morning and will make a long
visit with their parents^ Mr. and Mrs.
Jurgen Krohnke. Mr. Dickman has
some thoughts of locating here, but
owing to a large increase in his salary
in Savannah, is as yet undetermined as
to what he shall do.
Hugo Krohnke drove to Denison
Thursday on business and to meet his
lister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs,
Emil Dickmann, who were expected
from Savannah, III. A letter stating
they would be here Saturday or Sunday
was received instead. Their many old
friends will be glad to see them.
It is surprising how rapidly Schleswig
is building up. Already three saloons
ha\e been built, one hotel, a livery
barn, a dry goods and grocery store,
two drug stores, a meat market, a black
smith shop, a hardware store, an im
plement house, etc. But we need a
church or two to meet our spiritual
needs, and a school to satisfy our in
tellectual wants. Scbleswig will never
be complete until it bias these two high
est marks of civilization
Special 50c
pounds, worth
Special $2.50
Special $3.00
Special $3.75
Special $4.75
Special 85c
Black and Colored Dress Goods
There is no doubt about it—we have the goods and the
values tha.t will double our lead in Black and Colored Dress
Goods this season.7 .Nothing like our assortment will be
found outside of our store in the county. It is unequaled
for variety and unsurpassed for quality and unmatched for
Skirting Plaids.
Camels Hair Plaid, 48-lnclies, rich,
pretty coloring, regular di 1 HA
price$1.25. Special 1 •V/Vf
Soleil Cloths.
The new fabric for tailor made .suits,
in the latest fall color 1 O
Ing S*
Granite Cloths.
48-ln wide, cheap In any store at si.00
per yard, pure wool, in all QQp
new, 5 yds make a dress, at..
Rock Crepons.
Stylish make, black or color- ~7
ed, regular 81 qualities I
A regular $1.25 Broadcloth in QAp
new and stylish shades
Mr. Schroeder, representing Pabst
Brewing Co. of Milwauke, came to see
our malt men and receive an extensive
Katie Lorenzen has returned from
Minnesota and is again working for
Broder Petersen at the Hotel.
Thos. Paysen, the tinner from Charter
Oak, has been putting up tbe spouting
on the Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs.. Gottlieb Fehmerling
went to Omaha for their wedding trip.
They are expected back Saturday.
Dave Bornholdt, of Charter Oak, and
Fred E. Kaeppel, of Omaha, of the
Fairbanks Scale Co., traveled through
our burg Wednesday.
Hlenry Von Dohren left for his home
in Ida Grove Tuesday evening to at
tend the wedding of Albert Tutzier and
lady. That's all.'
Charles Christiansen, our genial
merchant, has just received a large
consignment of notions and drv goods.
Prices are exceedingly cheap and ar
ticles good.
A representative of the Green Bay
Lumber Co. was with us some time
during the past week looting up mat
ters tor that company in regard to es
tablishing a lumber yard as soon as the
road is completed.
The railroad has been laid as far as
Kiron and as soon as the bridges are
built, the road will be run through
Schleswig. The materials for the
bridges are already on tbe grounds and
as for the depot at Schleswig, it will be
started immediately.
Henry Streck and Rudolph Reinke
of Ida Grove, had a narrow escape
Sunday evening. In some manner, as
tbey were leaving .town, their horses
became frightened and becoming un
manageable ran for over a mile and a
half, until they fell over the railroad
embankment, over twenty feet high,
where a bridge was to 'je located. It
was a marvelous escape as neither man
was hurt, except for a few scratches, a
bad scare and a shake.lp One horse
was killed ouirigbt and the other hurt
a trifle, while the vehicle was nearly
demolished. We congratulate the boys
that tbe only hurt was to their pocket
Bourette Fancies.
Black or colors, 40-inches wide, heavy
and firm, cheap at 75c a yard. CQ0
Special OI7V
wo^oi. Henrietta
36-lnches wide, Special..
50c Jamestown
•v. Fancies.
.... 39c
-inches wide
The Boys" Shoe Department.
In, ^The Boys" Shoe Department it is possible get the
highest grade of shoes without paying extravagantly for
them. We pride ourselves on knowing what's what in shoe
leather.,*'We are experts enough to pick our reliable mater
ials. We are thoroughly posted on styles and command the
manufacturer to make shoes that wilMook well, fit well and
wear well. Examine our stpck and make comparisons.
It id with regret that we learn of the
demise of another of Crawford cftunty^s
oldest inhabitants in tbe person of Mrs.
George Prokoscb. Her death occurred
Thursday afternoon, Sept. 29, at about
4 o'clock. Mrs. Prokosch was 54 years
of ageand was born in the Fatherland.
She has been a great sufferer for more
than two years, during which tipoe she
was a complete invalid. She leaves a
husband and several children to mourn
her loss. The funeral wss held from
the Catholic church at Charter Oak on
Saturday at 11 o'clock a. m. She was a
good consistent Christian and lived in
the fulness of her faith.
Hurrah for McWilliams.
W. W. Cushman is doing business at
the Oak this week.
Fred Davis is spending a few days
with friends in Kansas.
Contractor Burke-of Sioux City was
an Oak caller Thursday.
R. A. llomans of Denison was an
Oak caller Wednesday.
Louie Bohnson has a position as clerk
in the Green Bay store at Logan.
Mrs. Charlie Robertson is spending a
few weeks with relatives in Des
Mrs. J. A. Hughes of Sioux City
visited the first of the week with her
sister, Lillian Bell.
Frank- Busby will soon move his
family to Castana where he has beeu
working for several weeks.
P. W. Harding and wife returned
Thursday from a business trip through
the south-eastern part of the state.
Ida Nepper came down from Maple
ton Wednesday and in company with
Mrs. Perry went to Omaha Thursday.
The faculty of the conservatory of
music at Denison will give a concert in
the opera* house Tuesday evening,
October 10, under the auspicous of the
Presbyterian Aid society tickets on
sale at McWilliams' drug store for 3-5
cents no reserved seats.
D. II. McWilliams has Sought the
residence property of Geo. Knight and
will take possession next week. Mr.
Knight will move into the rooms over
McWilliams drug store for the present.
Rev. Thomas Cole of Correctionville
will visit with his parents the last of
the wepk and preach at the M. E.
church Sunday morning and evening
and we understand he will perform a
marriage ceremony while here.
Prof. Swartz lectures are drawing a
good house' every evening. All the
school children attended Thursday
evening to hear "Ten Nights in a Bar
Room", Mr. Swartz letting one room in
free. Saturday night is "Uncle Tom's
Tbe following list of letters remain uncalled
for in 1 he p..Btoflice at Denison, Iowa, up to
0«t 5,1091) If not callc.d for same will be seut
to the dead letter office. Parties calling for let
tors please say "advertised letters."
Thomas Daniels
Edd Law
Bean the
36-lnches wide, Special.
All Wool Serge.
Chas Uranby
MisB Lizzie Naeve
O W Cook
Miss Annie Borner
Hobart W Shuman
Hiss Anna Hoge
Mrs Maggie Brown..'*
Rose Brown
Miss Joce Lovis.
D. L. BOTNTOK, Postmaster.
Tho Kind You Hate Always Bough)
to $14.00.V.
For a choice of four different kinds of Jackets in the new
styles and materials, all the new colors, goods linings—you
will not find such style, quality and variety elsewhere at
this price.
Mrs. P. W-Weberg visited acquain
tances in Gowrie last week.
C. W. Lonnberg, the rustling insur
ance agent of Odebolt, spent Wednes
day in our new town.
Esther Williams returned to Denison
last week after a pleasant visit with
relatives and frier, ds here.
The Lutheran parsonage has been re
modeled and enlarged in good shape,
The new pastor arrives this week.
Gust. Anderson is improving slowly,
On Tuesday he walked down to tbe
postoffice which was his first walk after
his long illness.
The brakeman who had
leg taken
off by the engine running over him at
Kiron last Friday, died at Carroll on
Tuesday from the effects.
McClellan's house moving crew com
menced the moving of P. Buller's large
wagon and blacksmith shop on Tues
day for the new town of Kiron
O. Grahm of Odebolt is assisting Joe
Menges, manager of the Bowman
Lumber Co in getting ready for busi
ness at the new town this week.
Mauritz Bros, are having a big build
ing erected in the new town of Kiron.
We are informed they intend to con
duct a resturant and hotel. Success to
you boys.
Mrs. J. 11.' Anderson and boys of
Dutilap are visiting relatives in Kiron
and Ida countv this week Mrs. An
derson is greatly surprised at the
changes made.
The large store of Norelius & Nor
dell will be moved over to the new town
next week. Tbe postoffice will follow
as soon as, tbe government consents to
its being moved. Hanson & Co. will
also be moved in a couple of weeks.
Old Kiron will, put on a desolate and
forsaken appearance.
Blacksmith Peterson purchased a
new gasoline engine while at Council
Bluffs last week, V. E. Micbaelson ef
fecting the sale. Mr. Peterson intends
having everything up-to-date and in
connection with his ability will guaran
tee satisfaction to his customers. He
has already opened up his shop in .New
Public Sale of SO Pure
Chester White and Roland Chiua. 28
male pigs of April and May farrow, 8
male pigs of November farrow, 1 male
hog 2 years old^ About 45 sows, rang
ing in age between 2 to 4 months. My
hogs are too well known in this and ad
joining counties to need any comment.
This great sale will take place at my
farm, mile south of Denison, Satur
day, Oct. 28, at, 1 o'clock. I will be at
your mercy. One years' time will be
Kiven. Bemember the date, Oct. 38.
COL. W. J. MCAHREN, Auct. 80-3W
irdafe -Hu:
AQe 6\tes 3oW,o\»\
I Sktv. S\vox»vwq S\^Ves.
Jackets, Suits, Dfess Skirts,
Capes and Waists.
We show a large variety of Golf Capes. Prices range from
$5.00 up. Come and see them.
We are showing some beautiful effects in fine Wool
Waists. We show them in. different colors and in great
variety of effects. '1
Different styles, Mohairs, Brocades,' Serges, Cheviots,
Venetians, Crepons, Taffetas, etc., beautifully trimmed
styles, all new shapes. Fine Skirts
$5.00 to $11.50
Special values in Brocades at
'ilu^r Gsflt^J'
For a choice,of three different styles of Jackest—Cost ^6.00
For your choice of handsome tailor-made Coats in newsst,
up-to-date shapes, all the popular materials with the linings
finest of tailoring—the kind high-priced stores mark
Black Crapon Skirts, rich handsome pat-®
terns at........... $10.S0
Seal Plush Capes, handsomely trimmed with black
Thibet Fur, good lining, at $0.00
Rich Crushed Plush Capes, 3d-in long, trimmed with Thibet
fur and good lining, at
Fred Gigax made a flying business
trip to Omaha last week.
J. F. Wiley was at the county capital
on business last Thursday.
Fred Paulson gave a party at his
place north of town last week.
T. H. Hays has received another con
signment of sheep from Omaha.
Mrs. Mettie Marsh is at present vis
iting her mother, Mrs. Mary Weather
Annie Aebischer of Denison was
visiting friends in this vicinity last
The demo popos had their caucus at
the new school bouse in town Saturday
Aleck Hagon, one of our boys who
went to the war in Cuba, is at home
now 011 a furlough.
.J. B.Bill is shelling corn for the K.
C. Co., having finished his contract
with Johnson & Co.
Postmaster Sam Moffitt's new cot
tage uuder the supervision of J. Mahler
will soon be completed.
Dr. Evans of Arion and D. C. Thew
of Dow City were up this way on pro- '7
fessional business last week.
Leon Bicknell who has been with the
Milwaukee steel gang this summer is
now attending the high school at Deni- vw
The base ball game Saturday, Sept,"
30, between the College and
Grove teams stood 11 to 9 in favoi/of-^
Buck Grove.
The republicans of the township met
in caucus Saturday evening and/ nom
inated a township ticket and selected
the six delegates to the convention^
A choice lot of Fall Boars and^r
Sows from my celebrated Duroc
Jersey herd are for sale. Boars'
ready for service and sows are
bred for September farrow
These animals are from the herd
which took first premium at the
last county fair. Many have
been sold in this county and
have given splendid satisfaction.
Spring pigs are now ready for
shipment. For particulars ad
dress M. E. EDWARDS,
80 im Defiance, Iowa.
was up
George Huffman of Arion
this way Thursday.
W. V. Whaley of Dow City was in
town last Wednesday.
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