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7 rn ^t\ $p£*% '.- '0Vi. a-'-M ,'.. ', s1 «Si 'I If- S&?K & •3 *i£- v' 1 %.»- i. ,'!#' *-t, .1- It 'r*V if" ?5 4 %•*& FE V: 1 i- r?.' If" .|-_ I §¥i p?? i# &% bf* i-s'- it '&> ,'• ipi & I 'I' @»©8i© RECEIVE'FOR MRS. LEVITT. Three Denison Ladies Hold a Big Re ceplion Thursday Afternoon at The Gronau Residence. Mesdames Carl Gronau, J. D. Sievers, and B. J. Sibbert were the hostesses at a big reception held at the Gronau home Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. A. S. Levitt of Sioux Cit.y. Two hours for receiving the guests were appointed, from two to four and from four to six and over two hundred guests attended. The color scheme was rei*. and white and the bouse was handsomely decorated throughout in this design. All toe rooms were decked in red and white peonies and festoons of srailax and the color design was also carried out in the refreshments. Four litMe girls dressed in red and white were stationed at the door to admit the guests and also in the upper hallway to usher them to the dres-inc rojms. Carl Sibbert presided at the music box in the upoer hallway throughout the afternoon. The hostesses were dressed :u wnite and wore red and white peonies and ferns. They received the guests in the reception hall beneath two large palms and under a canopy of smilax and p-ionies. The dining room was handsomely decorated in the prevailing colors. Fe3tons draped the walls and hung JC&A--W.S- T?,' We have decided IJW. REI^SC«?T^=IKL£J_J gain at the price. They are good. We have six styles for children sizes 2^ to5,from6oc to m51»V/U We have eight styles for children, A sizes to 8 from 75c We have eight styles for children, 1 sizes 8^ from 75c to Our store will close July 4th, at 12 M., so we can enjoy the balance of the day with Denison July 4th, and have a lime. good 'JL—F-F ,' VA. CaZ 1 from the chandelier to each side of the table. In the center was a large vase filled with red and white peonies. This is but the first of a sertes of three parties which these ladies intend to give in the near future. KUEHNLE AT FAIRFIELD IOWA Speaks to a Large Audience on June 12, at K. of P. Memorial Exercises Held at Fairfield. Carl F. Kuehnle returned Thursday from Iowa City and Fairfield. At Fair field he delivered the address at a Union Pyiiuan meeting on the I2th, and then went to Iowa City and attend ed the meeting of the alumni of the State University. The Fairfield Ledg er speaks of the address as follows: '•The address was very able eloquent one and received tne entire ison, attention of the fact one coti'd heitr a pin drop almost at auy tfme he was addressing them. Mr. Kuehnle will leave a warm piace for him in the hearts of the people of Fairfield." The city council is considering the propriety of refunding the city debt and getting money at a consider- ar,]e i^.. interest and a financial com rnitte matter up, at as low as four and per nr. WARM WEATHER A A to 1'A Shoes and Oxfords. T\ ON'T SUFFER with your feetwhen for from $1.00 up you can get a pair of Low Shoes that will keep your feet cool and comfortable. We have the largest as sortment of Summer Footwear ever shown in Western Iowa, and we know we can please you. We have them in all styles made of vici-kid, box calf, pat. colt, pat. kid, tan calf and canvass. Prices from $1.00 to $4.00, and everyone a bar Nearly 100 Styles in Low Cut Shoes KELLY'S C,HQE 5TORE, DENISON, IOA. BBS T^3^?r slife PRESIDENT S. U. I. ALUMNI. Carl F. Kuehnle is Elected President For the Second Time, He Having Been President IO Years Ago. Carl F. Kuehnle was elected Presi dent of the State University Alumni last week at Iowa City. The honor came as a surprise being entirely un solicited, and is therefore all the more valued. AIR. Kuehnle serve.: as Presi dent of the Alumni some ten years ago, and his election again at this time, certainly speaks well of his work as President ten years ago. Mr. Kuehnle is an enthusiastic S. U. I. man and al ways speaks a good word for the Uuiver eity when the occasion presents itself. The cannon cracker and all dangerous and explosives have been prohibited in Den- and immense audience: in1 Mr. F-. L. Barber the architect. i completed the plans and specification:? for Mr. C. A. Jones' new residence on Main street and tri« contract for hii-d- nas bren appointed to take the ing has bceiiletto Mr. Fran-4 Fee. Tm Monev can now be secured residence is to be a fine oij* nnh wil four and a half Igreatlv improve that I which it is lusted. We have eight styles for Misses, "g sizes \\l/ to 2, from $1.00 to We have 50 styles for ladies, sizes A AA 3 to 9, from $1.00 to 4"«v/V We have fifteen styles for men, si- zes to 11, from $1.50 to mm Another Week of Bargains at Bamfordsl Yellow Bells are the =am this week, and we have piled our counters with extra values in Dry Goods of all kinds. You cannot afford to miss this sale, it is dollars in your pockets, Dress Goods Specials '"in this line we will offer some special I values, All goods marked down to bottom prices, Eggs taken. those dealers having some in stock have returned them to the whole saler. Denison will celebrate a sane Fourth with all the old time enthusia-m, there will be fire crackers and fireworks and plenty of noise, but the danger to life and limb wili be done away wi'h. oart of town ii AA A SHOE SHOP. Don't forget our shoe shop if your shoes need fixing. We can do the work in good shape. Shop in rear of store. to continue our Bargain Sale for another week, ending WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29th, All prices on Horace Gregory returned from the state university Monday night. Horace is a member of the staff of tne class an-1 nual to be issued next year and some work connected with that puolieation I delayed his home-coming a few days. The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal church will give a supper at the home of |Mrs. H. C. Laub, Friday evening, June 24, from 5:30 to 8 o'clock. Everj bo3y invited to attend, rice twenty five «cents. You are sure to get the worth of your money. Rev. Emory Miller returned from California last week nnd occupied his pulpit Sunday morning and evening. He was very busy at the general con ference, being a member of two impor tant committees. The conference ad journed the last of May and he ha? spent the time since then visiting and sightseeing. lie returns to his work with new vigor and looks much refresh ed after his rest. Mr. and Mrs. W. VvT. Cushman have been enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cushman, of Chicago tiii week. Mr, Cushman is a cousin of W W. is at the head of a large brick con cern. having offices at Chicago, Boston and New York. JHe is also a prominent Knight Templar, hayicg held a numbei of prominent offices in that body. Thiv is his first visit to this part of Iowa, and he i? well pleased with the country. A MAN KILLED AT ARI0N Body Discovered Early Monday Morning Near The Interlocking ower. The body of a man was found- beside the Northwestern tracks at Avion early Monday morning witn his hea-i crushed in and the left arm and leg b-oken. It is known that the man intended to leave Denison Sunday night on the train for Sioux City, and it is thought he was hurled to death in jumping from the train at Arion. or wa9 struck by another train. He wa9 identified by papers on his person as Barney Hugh, and his sister, at No. 5114 Lowe avenue Chicago was noticed. The coroner aDd county attorney were.called, but no inquest was held The brother of the deceased came tr Arion from Chicago Tuesyay morning and took charge of the body. —Hammocks and Croquet Sets a U. G. JOHNSON & Co's. —A new line of trimmed hats on sale at reduced prices ibis week at SARACHON SISTERS JhE JEWEbER IS STILL IN BUSINESS •_ Working good and hard. Give us a a it work or perhaps a Pair of Glasses. 1 1 ,.*««• 4 \W Beniscn, Jewa.\ PICNIC IS A BIG SUCCESS. Members of The Friday Club Enter tain Their Husbands and a Number of Invited Guests. The members of the Friday club, their families and invited guests, to the number of about seventy-five gath ered at the Woolston farm in the south part of the city last Friday afternoon A committee of three £re"ntlemen was ippoirited to dr.uv up resolutions on •ehalfof the guests present and the following platform was presented and idopted: Be it resolved by the men of the Friday Club in annual picnic assembled. That we extend to the ladies who have entertained us in such a hospitable man ner cur hearts' (pressed as they are from their places by over filled stomachs) best expressions of thankfulness. And be it further resolved that we ur gently urge a continuance of these gather ings and would further urge that they be made about 12 times as frequent. We would also extend our hands, but not our. pocketbooks, to our genial host and his most estimable young wife for the way in which they have handled this large gathering. We would also compliment the club on the fact that as we numbered but seventy four last year this time, we have now in creased to seventy-five, and bespeak for it a continued increase in numbers. Resp submitted, U. G. JOHNSON. It is the sense of this committee that Frank Woolston's heroic services as a waitress be recognized by placing him on the honorary retired list on a full stomach. RESOLVED That a collection be taken up to reimburse Prof. Van Ness for the loss sustained in the breaking of his camera under Charley Kemming's smiles. RESOLVED That the excellent committee on resreshments have won the hearts and hands—if they want them—of all the mem bers of the club, and that they be chosen to sit first in front of the picture machine at the next picnic. Resolved That as the Woolston grounds are proof against rain on picnic days, the Friday club recommends the place as more lucky for its picnics than Boynton's. It is the sense of the minority of this committee that visitors or guests be made a permanent feature of these annual pic nics, as a guarantee that there shall be no surplus of good things to eat to be carried back home. G. L. CASWELL, RESOLVED That the Friday Club looks younger than it did eight years ago—and cooks better. That we are glad the city limits were ex tended to include the Woolston's. That U. G. Johnson should cultivate a taste for onions. That the city council should be censur ed for fixing the road just before the pic nic. That Prof. Van Ness is the basest flat terer on earth, and lucky for him that Friday is not unluckv. That we are in favor of Women's club picnics. That it will take another picnic this year to efface the memory of all the cold lunches served throughout the year because the women were at club. That being but men we feel the inade quacy of words, but point with pride to our recent gastronomic feats. F. W. MEYERS. Excursion Tickets to S. 8. Convention Iowa Fulls Jowa. Via the North-Western Line, will be sold .Tune 27 and ^8, limited to return until July 1, inclusive. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. Very Low Kates to Atlantic City, Ji. J. Via the North-Western Lino. Ex-* cursion tickets will he sold July 9 and 10, with favorable return remits, on ac count of Annuai Meeting Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. 1 1 to enjoy their annual picnic. The day low prices. M. M. BAAIFORD. could not have been liner and as merry a crowd of picnicers as ever gathered together passed the afternoon on the shady lawn of the Woolston home. The ladies beat their own record for the good things which were prepared for the palates of the picnicers but the gentlemen were equal to the occasion and for the time being iaid aside creeds and religion and turned Epicureans. Mrs. Woolston surprised the ciub by supplementing the excellent menu with strawberries grown on the Wool ston farm. After all but the servers had eaten a number of the gentlemen created much hilarity by donning aprons and paper bins an3 serving them. Many jokes and pranks were played during the afternoon and Prof. Van Ness succeeded in catcipn number of comic views •vith his camera.- -~"^'*%y 0 ft! O 9 9 9 $ O 9 O O '-*'z'\i "I •. BUSINESS BRIEFS. —WANTED—Plain sewing. 23-3t. MRS. M. MATTHEWS —Fireworks —JNew line of street hats. The latest of the season. M. M. BAMFORD. —The best vor.r monev will buy in Fireworks at JOHNSON'S. —Cultivators for the next feiv days itt a marked down price. .V v. 2 S ,#s- 5 u*f 'JK 0 IyS r-.- and Fire Crackers at U. G. JOHNSON'S. ~Pr®scr'Ptions carefully compound ed by an expert pharmacist 23 DENISON DRUG Co. -Trimmedshaw. A big line at very No Cannon Crackers, but every thing the law allows in Fireworks at U. G. JOHNSON,S. _—Tomatoes fresh every day at the Broadway Grocery. —P. M. Lane for fancy rockers. Trimmed Hats. A big lot now on sale. $1 50 up. BAMFORD. I P. M. Lane for porch and lawn goods. good FOR SALE-$I75.00 Phaeton, us new, for $60.00 if taken soon A. D. RANDALL. $ Call at C. Otto's for Fourth of July supplies of all kind?. •I E. T. COCHRAN. Call at the Broadway Grocery for t'resh strawberries. Street Hats. A new lot of the newest creations, now on sale. At BAMFORDS. —Torpedos, firecrackes and fireworks AT c. OTTO'S —P. M. Lane headquarteis for un dertaking supplies anci embalming. 28 Farms for Sale. In South Dakota, Crawford County Iowa. Excursions first, and third Tuesdays of every month. See I. F. BROWN & SON, Denison, Iowa. Fireworks of all kinds at C. OTTO'S Wanted. 20 head of cattle to pasture on my farm, on section 17, East Boyer town ship. Write me at Denison. 16-tf Z, T. HAWK. The_ finest line of cigars carried in town is to be found at the Denison Drug Co. store. Among the cigars carried will be found the Supreme Counsellor, Dignity,Shenkberg, Bobby Burns, and Romo. If you want a good smoke call. Laces Laces. —A new line of Wash Blonde net laces the latest. At BAMFORDS. —Vaccinate your cattle with FRESH Blackleg Vercine always on hand at PH. SUHLUMBERGER'S PHARMACY. —C. Otto's "Cubadura" is acknowl edged to be the best 10 cent smoke for 5 cents, in town. C. OTTO. Our 'new soda fountain produces some of the nicest drinks imaginable. Call in a get refreshed. 23 DENISON DRUG CO, —The Sherwin-Williams Paint, the best Paint made at PH. A. SCHLUMBERGER'S PHARMACY —Get the "Cubadura," the best 5 cent cigar sold in Denison at C. OTTO'S. —Mrs. Obenchain will again resume dress-making at her home opposite Dr. Isemingur's, 1 block east and 1 block south of the M. E. church. 24-3t* —Remember our Insect Powder is FRESH. SCHLUMBERGER'S PHARMACY. —An jjoyable smoke is the "Cuba dura,"-fcr sale at C. OTTO'S. —Big reduction in ladies and Misses tailored suits. At BAMFORDS. ROSEBUD REVERVATION is open for settlement. Send 25cts for large map and full information. IIow to get a 160 acres of choice land. 18-I2t D. w. FORBES, Bonesteel, S. D. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS FOR HATCHING —Will be sold at reduced rates from now on. I have had great success with all my eggs this season—15 chicks from 15 eggs. MRS. E. E. GIRARD, SCHLESWIG, IA. —For Sale at a Sacrifice Lots 11 and 12, Block 5, town of Boyer. T. G. ARFMAN, 25-2t* WALL LAKE, IOWA.