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MRS. EVA GIRARD,
Out Door Brooder,
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HMDEflLIHftlRHITURE
Mr. P. M. Lane has purchased the Hoef
fer Furniture Store on Broadway, and has
put extra capital in the business buying ,'
much new and up to date stock. To make
room for the new stock we will make spec
ial cut prices in -furniture and especially in
wallpaper. A cut of 15 per cent on paper.
Also special prices on bed room suits.
OUR LINES OH CARPETS
IS COMPLETE IN EVERY
PARTICULAR. SEE THEM
See our fine Center Tables, Rockers, Iron
Beds, Couches, Parlor Goods, Pictures,
Oil Cloth, Linolium, and Matting.. Pic
ture Framing, Upholstering and Repair
ing a specialty, and Undertaking carefully
attended to. We solicit a share of the
public patronage and guarantee satisfaction.
Give us a call.
P. M. LANE, P*op.
China Slaughter Continued
ONE WEEK MORE
10
Slaughter in Chinaware. Notwithstanding the bad weather our sales have been satisfactory,
but there are a number of people in Denison and vicinity who have not had the opportunity to
take advantage of
Our Discount of 25 to 40 Per Cent
READ THE FOLLOWING LIST AND YOU WILL SEE THAT WE MEAN BUSINESS
$14.75
pieces din. set, white
$12.75
pieces dinner
set, decorated, was
$15 00
now
English Semi-Porcelain,
100
pieces dinner 0 I O f|
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now 91 ViUU
100
pieces dinner 0 I 9
$16.00
now I Ol£
old
mated to them a cockerel scoring
hens.
Lamps, Jardinieres, Cut Glass, Japanese China and all of our Fanciest German and Haviland
China at 25 per cent, discount, March 19th to March 26th, inclusive.
THE BROADWAY GROCERY,
Please Remember this Sale is Continued from March 19th to 26th, Inclusive.
BR^DER
Cockerel House,
8x32 Feet
1'UN NO. 1--LO( Ki Kl.L MATING-This pen
consists of
I
than the hens—all evenly barred. Iiggs from this
mating will produce some fine winners.
PEN NO. 2—COCKI'/RFL MATIMJ -Consists cf
large In ns, all of ko'h! rhape and color weight
to 8 pounds each splcmdid combs, beaks, eyes and
legs They are
2
scoring 92 points he
fine a bird in every
lrom this matiinc wi.
have
92
poinis. 1-Ie is
large boned, well marked, and a shade lighter
color
1904.
MRS, EVA
GIRARD.
7
yea'rs old and mated to a ^ock bird
weighed 10 pounds and is as.
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as
1 ever owned.
Eggs
produce some fine birds.
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days we have decided to continue our great
English Semi-Porcelain,
12
12
100
English Semi Porcelain,
piece decorated chamber set,
$12.00
now
12
New Breeding House,
14x16 Feet
The follow
ing is a list
of my ma
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piece decorated chamber set, was 0 I O OR
$14.00
now £a£v
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK CHICKENS*
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8.75
7.75
7.00
pieces dinner
set, decorated, was $11.00 now
100
set, decorated, was
pieces dinner
$10,00
now
piece decorated chamber set, was
$8.50
$10.00
Scratching Shed, jMain Laying House,
14x20 Feet '14x18 Feet.
I*UN NO 8—COCKEREL MATING
-Two large,
narrow barred cockerels, splendid shape, strong in
under barring and color of wings and tail. To them
I have mated
20
pullets, all as near the same shade
as I can get. All large, evenly barred birds in this
pen, and will produce some fine exhibition birds.
l'EN NO. 4-PULLET MATING- This pen is
made up of ten pulfets and hens, all of exhibition
color Mated to them a cockerel of good shape?,
splendid comb, perfect in bi'ak, eyes and leg rather
light in color of plumage with narrow barring and
will produce fine pullets.
Ejigs from all of ill) pens $2.00 per fifteen.
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iTJje I^iroi? Cljroificie
Mr. and Mrs. E E. Clausen visited
Schleswig on Thursday afternoon where
E. E. transacted business.
Mrs. C. T. Vcge of Wall Lake Iowa and
Miss Laura Voge from West Side Iowa
arrived the first of the week to visit at the
heme of FredShurk y.
Gust Johnson arrived on Wednesday1
last from Woodbury Co. in response to a
telegram stating that his mother Mrs. J.
P. Anderson was very ill,
Death.the coid and unwe'come visitor
left three homes in our midst to mourn the
departure of sorre loved member. A de
voted husband and dear father, a faithful
wife and tender mother, and au aged
mother save been summoned to the lands
beyond.
At the school meeting on Monday last a
proposition was voted on for a special tax
of
1500
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Gnst Schlotfeldt came down town Mon
day morning unaided and unguided and
grave fears were entertained by his friends
until they found out he had rallied con
siderable He was all sm.les and why
should he not be as the boy that arrived
on Sunday weighed nine pounds Here is
our best congratulations to papa and
mamma Schlotfeldt,
settling in this community
in the year
1869
A. Berglund. Her remains were followed
by a large procession to the Kiron Ceme
tery where they were laid to rest. The
entire sympathy goes out to the hereaved
ones.
A. Lindblad whose death we referred
to in our last letter was born in Malback
Nonkoping Smaland Sweden May
1
I
dollars for the erection of a new I
school house in District No 1 resulting in I
for and against. A new proposition
was launched for a tax, special tax of
S1000 which carried.
Mrs. John P. Anderson peacefully pass
ed away on Thursday morning to the
home beyond which she long has been
longing to see She was born in Sweden
May
wcere she has resided
ever since. She leaves an aged husband
to whom she was united in marriage
On Thursday morning at
?nesi
16th
64
years ago. She leaves two sons C. J. in
Kiron and Gust Johnson of Woodbury to
mourn h^r departure. The funeral was
held on Saturday aftern on.
8:00.
On
Mrs,
Otto E. Clauson passed away after a few
days illness
Wednesday previous she
gave birth to a daughter and was doing
well until Sunday when she commenced to
feel ill, and blood poison set and she kept
gradually growing weaker in spite of all
medical aid. This untimely death cast a
gloom and sa
over another home and
the community. She was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs John Lundberg and was
born the
13
of November
the age of
1872
31
and died at
years four months and five
days. She was married to Otto Clauson
on the
of Jan.
1891.
She leaves two
small children to miss and mourn her
absence and her lova and watch care au
her place in the home is a vacancy that
can never be filled. She was a quiet and
affable woman anJ carried the respect at
esteem of all who knew her He untime
ly death was a sad blow to her husband
and it will be the beginning of a new life
to him, to now be severed from the
woman of his choice and who has been
his help and love during the few years of
their union. It goes without saying that
that the dear departed one will be sorely
missed. The funeral was hela at the
home on Sund ty afternoon and was at
ten:ied by a large number The services
were conducted by Rev's. N. Wicksell and
1874.
In
'1875.
Goodrich Ifeuts.
Arthur Winey moved to his father's
farm north of Deloit in Otter Creek Twp.
on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S D, Newton and daugh
ter were in Denison on business Tuesday
Mrs. Snell's neice and her little daugh
ter from Michigan are visiting at E.
Snell's.
Mr. Boysen was in Denison Friday.
Mrs. A. D. Winey spent Thursday with
her sister.
J. P. Newton attended the Republican
convention in Denison on Friday March
1
ith.
Otto Lincke was a Deloit visitor on
Wednesday.
Mr Watt vVilkinson and family were in
Deloit on the Sabbath
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Winey, and Mrs.
S. D. Newton and daughter visited at
F. Morris' on Sunday.
Jas. I3ixler who lias been confined at
the hoani of Mrs. D. MrCoril of Para
dise township has bullieiehtly recover
ed to,.1^ removed to hla home.
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McKim,
3 1840.
He was a member of a family of six sisters
and three brothers of whom all are dead
He immig-ated to America in the year
cf
1870
and was married to his wife who
survives him in the year
1872
at Burling-
tcn Iowa From Burlington Iowa he re
moved to Kiron in the year
1880
he removed to Kansas where he remained
one year and then moved back to Kiron
tfhere he has since made his home He
leaves a devoted wife, two sons and ninp
daughters and a host of friends t,o mourn
his death. He was a man among men, a
neighbor among neighbors and a true and
ipright citizen and his departure will be
keenly felt by the entire community His
neighbors and those who had dealings with
him found him always hor.est in business.
Fair in his dealings social in his relations,
and benevolent in his disposition and ever
held an open hand to all needed charity
These traits of character together with his
true christian life bad drawn around him
though not realized or intended by himself
a host of personal admirers. He was a
member of the Lutheran church from its
organization in the year
He has
been the Sunday School Superintendent
and deacon of the church since its organi
zation with the exception of one year. He
has been a most zealous and devout work
er in the church and in bi6 death it loses
one of its main members and supporters
The funeral was held at the church Tues
day afternoon and a large concourse of
frienda had gathered to pay their last
tribute to this worthy man. Rev J. A.
Benander preached the funeral sermon,
which was worthy of being heeded by all
listening to it The flower tribute was
large. The Sundav School tribute was an
elegant wreath of roses, from the Young
People's society an anchor and a cross
from the Ladies Aid Society. A large
wheel made up of roses and leaves con
taining thirteen spokes representing the
number ot members in the family the
thirteenth spoke being broken. Thus an
other good man has run his course and
left deeds and influences of his life that
long will live.
1
"1 ^c' 4if-"^ -t*-v v-v/'
luers
hard colds, bronchitis,
asthma, and coughs of all
kinds, you cannot take any
thing better than Ayer's
Cherry
Pectoral
Cherry Pectoral. Ask your
own doctor if this is not so.
He uses it. He understands
why it soothes and heals.
I had A terrible cough for weeks. Then I
took Ayer's Cherrv Pectoral and only ono
bottle completely
cured
me."
Mrs. J. B. Danfokth. St. Joseph. Mich.
25c.. f»Oc.,Sl.OO. j. c. AYRK CO.,
Coughs,Colds
Yeu will hasten recovery by tak
ing one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime.
I)eu}s flbout Deioit.
L. F. Morris was in Denison last week.
S. Horr was a county seat visitor on
Wednesday.
P. Swanson moved to the Chas Cauzan
place last week.
Mr. Chas. Schuler was visiting at his
brother's last week.
Miss Carrie Usher returned to her home
in Minn., Friday eve.
Mts E. A. Darling and youngest son
visited relatives in Deloit last week.
Zed Williams has given up the billia-.-d
hall business and Brack Post is in charge
Mrs. Botts, mother of Mrs R. H. Chil
dress has been very sick, but we learn she
is much improved.
Mr and Mrs John Anderson, and Mr.
and Mrs Sam Anderson each had a very
sick baby laU week,
Mr. Elmer Winans has been having
charge of the Watson mecicine business
during the manager's^ illness
Mrs. Margaret Richardson, and Miss
Clara, returned to town last week, and will
hereafter make Deloit their home.
Mrs S Newton came in to take the
train Wednesday morning for Minnesota,
to visit her sister, Mrs. Nellie Lee.
Mrs. Minnie Richmond, accompanied
by her brother, Clark Dillivan, went to
Mo. Valley last Thursday, to attend the
wedding of their cousin, Miss Lucy Cole
They returned home on Saturday.
Another caucus was held last Friday to
place in nomination another ticket for town
officers, which were: Jay Myers, mayor
Bert Darling, treasurer F. H. Brogden,
clerk Bert
assessor S. Horr and
Abr.im Galland, councilmen.
Mr. and Mrs S. Horr and Ella Rich
ardson attended the funeral of Mrs. Otto
Clauson at their home on Sunday after
noon. This is a very sad death a young
woman in the prime of life called to leave
husband and children. Mr. and Mrs
Clauson had just got their little home
erected, and were comfortably situated.
But airs, how soon'the fond hopes of life
may vanish. Mrs Clauson carried. th_
mail from Johnsonville to Deloit several
weeks, and the writer and family were
quite well acquainted with deceased. Our
heartfelt sympathy goes out to the grief
stricken husband, the motherless children,
and mourning relatives.
A couple of runaways occurred in town
last Friday afternoon. As Mr. Waldemar
was coming into town with a team the
straps on the neck yoke broke, letting the
tongue down coming down the hill toward
the post office, which caused his team to
run away, throwing him out and getting
loose. They run through town then turn
ed, and as they crossed the walk going to
the depot they got loose from the buggy
taking a circle round the blacksmith shop,
and came around by the hardware store
where Carl Winan's team was tied. They
had been hitched to the running gears of
the wagon. They ran in beh nd the hor
ses in the front part of the wagon and
made the other horses break loose and all
four horses running with the running gears
of the wagon went down the street wildly.
Finally the first runaway team got sepa
rated from the others and ware caught,
%nd Mr. "Winey's team struck out towards
home, but got into the barbed wire fence
nqar the Clarence Cose home and Btopped.
Not much damage was done this team
Tills other team was scratched up some,
the brfjgy demoralized, and Mr. Walde
mat'a, back quite badljr hurt in the fall.
LUCfffljr it wap no won* a» they just avoid
ed running jnto quite a long strings ot
teat6s.
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Ladies' and Gents' Clothes
Steam and Dry Cleaned
FIRST DOOR NORTH OF
E E I E W O I E
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Btick GfOYe Relief
Dr. Toon, of Dow City, was here on
professional business a few times this
week.
Mrs. J. J, Miller, of Ute, was a business
caller Thursday. She intends putting in
a full lice of millinery goods, etc.,. at the
R. J. Moffitt store.
Mr and Mrs Jess Bennett, of Beldon,
Neb., are here visiting their parents.
Mr. and Mrs John Griffin have been on
the sick list the past week, but at this -,,'r
writing are somewhat improved.
Several from this vicinity attended the
St. Patrick ball at Arion and Manilla.,r:
The Misses O'Connor and Laughery are
visiting with their sister and brother this
week.
A sister of Mrs G. M. McMillen has-'
been visiting with her the past week.'
Gertie Griffin returned from Neola on
Thursday after a two weeks visit with her
parents.
Mrs. Mary Carpenter and daughter Sa
ka, returned from Schleswig Tuesday.
Mrs. C. has been visiting with her daugh
ter, Mrs. F. Gigax, and Miss Saka closed
a lour months term of school.
Mrs. R. Beutal was a Manilla visitor the
first of the week.
Pense, who has been visiting here
for some time past, returned toJSioux City
on Friday.
Mrs. A. F. Bonney and son Tom were
Denison callers the latter part of the week.
Tom White, Sr., is having some im
provements made on his'farm.
Miss Freelove was a caller at the O'Con-"^
ner home recently.
Chas. Chase is having a fine house
erected on his farm threeT miles south of
Buck Grove.
J. S. Gresn and daughter Sylvia, were
Arion callers on Thursday,
A grandson of Mrs, T. White, of Rod
ney, Iowa, has been visiting here for some
time,
Miss Bertlia Miller has been staying at
the John Griffin home during the recent
there.
Geo. Dieter. Sr moved to the L. E.
Carpenter farm recently,
flfioi) l^euds better.
Mrs. E. N. Richards arrived in Arion
on Friday and will vi'it old friends for a
couple of weeks. She will make her head
quarters at the home of Dr. Coon.
Mrs. Nett Talcott was up from Coun
cil Bluffs and spent two days and then
took her mother Mrs. Levi Green home:
with her to visit and take a needed rest.
Mrs. A. A. Conrad and son Russel are
visiting in South Dakota. ,•:?•
Salem Towne was in town greeting old
friends Friday.
Mrs D. J. Burten entertained the.
Penelope club on Friday evening.
Dean Talcott was in town on Saturday,
and reports that his wife's mother Mrs*
Geo. Williamson of Piatt South Dakota is
visiting at his new home in Shelby connty.
His baby is not at all well.
SEED POTATOES
Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman of Wilton June-,
tion are visiting at the Maurer home.
Wm. Schouten and wife spent Saturday
night and Suuday at the home of Dr."
Coon.
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Ralph Clark is celebrating the"arrival of
a little girl at their home.
The church was occupied on Sunday P.
by the Lutheran pecple. They expect
to organiz a church here and hold regu
lar services hereafter.
N. F. Stilson and wife drove to Dunlap*
Sunday and were rained in Mr. Stilson
had to come home on the cars, Mrs. Stil—
son remaining in Dunlap.
Miss Stella Butler and Miss Ava Butler
were in Omaha Friday to get their eyes
tested for new glasses.
Dr. Coon was called to Templetou Iowa,
on Monday night.
W C. McHenry was in town Friday on
business.
The Kiron Telephone Co- has started al
force of men working constructing new
lines,
Chas. McHenry was in town Monday'
and Mott McHenry drove him in the'
country. Charlie has a large territory/
now and is doing a good business.
I. L. Maurer and wile and Mr. Kauf
man and wife visited at the McBride home
near Denison on Monday.
A Car of Fancy Early Oliios, Northern Nebraska Seed.
We understand thftt Cheaper Dl*oift
ha9 undergone a second operation ^nd'
is getting along nicely. HU friend*
hope for a speedy reoovfry.
In quantities $1.15 per bushel. Get them early. Wont last long,
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