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',V qt~y» 1 *r U. '/I ?.' Notion Clearing 25c side hose supporters, frilled elastic.... 15c Stockinette dress shields, No. 3 -Gc Crowley spool cotton ic ioc Paris chiffon foundation collars 5c box assorted wire hair pins at .v 3c 25c wide silk shoe laces 19c Pearl buttons, pure white, per dozen 20c black stitching silk, spool 34c Unbleached muslin, good quality...... 8c unbleached muslin, extra grade Oc Bleached muslin, yard 5c Fruit of the Loom muslin, yard 7c Lonsdale cambric muslin, yard 9c Infants Wear. Infants 30c vests and bands at 22c Children's 50c wash dresses 38c Infants 25c silk socks, pair 15c Infants 3SC muslin slips 25c Ije Ctjfotjicie Frank Anderson returned home the tirst of the week from a trip to Gottenburg, Neb. where he visited old friends and neighbors and looked after land interests. Mrs. Herman Erickson returned the first part of the week from her visit at Datesburg. S D. Mrs. P. Sj-lander accompanied her home and will remain several weeks visiting in this locality. Dr. Burrows and wife and son Lowell went to Hawkeye Iowa on Thursday morning and will enjoy a visit with friends and relatives. Dr. will only remain a few days as his business demands him at borne. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Norelius and daugh ter Elsie left Wednesday for Black Hills South Dak. to spend several days enjoying the sights in that vicinity. l'red Lawrence attended the P. U. Convention held at Detroit, Michigan last week. Miss Hattie iGetman from Schaller, Iowa is a visitor this week at the Nels Miller home north of Ki.'on. The foundation has bean laid this week forjhenew home of Willie Schultz west of Kiron. Contractor Sanders and crew will soon have the frame up for the same. A ne\v bell has been put in the Eugene •house. Its sound will announce a fire in town. 'J he Kiron cream station received and shipped over 4200 5c 2c We have made big reductions inline sheer wash novelties, print .. ed and plain, wash Scotch ginghams, voiles and others, yd. Fabrics of fine mercerized cotton, or with silk warp, silk mousse line de soie, lace novelties, wide voiles and other fabrics, at Fine imported and domestic wash fabrics, popular Kobe silk, at per yard High art wash novelties, fine Swiss embroidered batiste, crepe Jaqueline, champagne waistings, up to Goc yd, at per yd.. and Clearing Sale Wash Goods. Fine printed batiste, good apron gingham, calico prints and other wash fabrics, at, per yard Sheer Holly Batiste, plain black dotted Swisses, fine madras dress ginghams, fine printed dimity and others, at per yard Clearing Silks. White habutai wash silk, to close IVinted foulard silk, extra strong Black taffeta silk, fair quality #1.25 crepe de chine, black Colored taffetta silk, fine grade Si 25 natural Shantung silk. Habutai silk, colors and black Printed satin foulards, fine styles, dress patterns. Belt Clearance. Women's 25c pleated leather belts 17c 50c taffeta and peau de soie belts 19c 50c peau de soie belts, new 33c 25c and 50c silk and leather belts, mussed, ioc 75c silk girdles, at 39c $1.00 .women's belts at 69c Domestic Specials. 4c pounds of cr^-am last week The managers are determined to make it win and their efforts are being re warded. The Fourth passed off very quietly. Some of our people spent ii at Denison. others at Arthur while quite a number at tended Ihe Sunday School picnic at the Eckman Grove northwest of Kiron. Quite a 'Dumber spent the day at the Four Mile grove. On Tuesday evening a large crowd gathered to witness the fireworks which many said excelled those had at Denison. The display was fine and a large amount of it. Mr. L. E. Kniest of Carroll arrived in Kiron last week to take charge of the drug store recently purchased by C. C, Walters of Schleswig. Carrier Youngberg's team took fright Friday evening, broke loose and started to run away. Uev. C. Chader from Marathon, la., preached at the Mission church on Sunday morning and evening, and visited old ac quaintances in these parts the first of the week. •. *,-iUi'' 'Mi%.. kr#*S„t ,. iwwp»u«~^»-r-,'J »—i' 5c 10c 15c 19c 29c 39c 39c 25c 33c 75c 29c 98c 39c 49c Clearing Bedding. 59c sheets, 81x90, bleached 35 Si.75 spreads, Marseilles pattern $1 39 75c bed pillows, each 54 $1.00 hemmed spreads, at 75 18 pillow cases, each 10 Veiling Clearance. Veilings, all kinds, different or to 2 5 in the county at this place forty-seven years ago. The program consisted of patriotic songs, reading of the Declara tion of Independence, addresses by Rev. Morgan, C. J. Hunt and ]. T. Turner. The afternoon was devoted to a good so cial visit by neighbors, and the ball game and races All seemed to enjoy the day. A dance was held at the hall in the even ing. Mr. and Mrs. T. Newcom and granddaughter, MissUeu'ah. went to West Side F'riday and visited at the Woolhiser home, returning on Saturday. Mr. Wylie Liddle arrived Sunday and is visiting at J. T. Newcom's. Mr. and Mrs. A. Halberg and sons were guests at the Julius Johnson home north of town Sunday. D. Mclvim and his father, Wm. McKim, went to Bonesteel Monday in the land interest Mr. and Mrs E. Schuler and son and Mr, and Mrs. Millard lakes Thursday morning for a few days camping and sport. S. Browne and Cliflord returned from Marslialltown Tuesday evening, where they spent the Fourth. Wm. jl\im was among those who went to Bonesteel to register for a Rose bud claim the first of last week. Mrs Carl Ludwig is in Sioux City at an hospital, having an operation performed on a diseased limb. She was getting along as well as could be expected when Mr Ludwig heard from her Saturday Born to Mr. and Mrs Chas A. Galland Tuesday. July 5th, a daughter. Mrs Charles Wescott came in Saturday from Sac county to spend the Fourth at the home of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. M. Shupitar. She gave them quite a sur prise She returned home on the fifth, her sisters Blanche and Mary brought her to the train at Deloit on her return home. Mrs Nancy Wilder accompanied her sister, Mrs. Ii. B. Johnson, home Tuesday for a visit. Rev. Morgan was called to Lake View Thursday to preach the funeral sermon of Chas. Maynard, a young mau, whom he married to a Miss Osterlund about Christ mas. -'Sf ptii^SSM W. Butt crick Patterns for August. Both Phones, A CLEARING SALE that, in scope and magnitude, quality and quantity of goods, variety In many instances the cost is not considered, not because the merchandise is undesira ble, but because quantities are too large, and it's better policy for us to take losses now in order to have stocks in condition for autumn business. the broken lines, all the odd lots, all the excess stocks of every kind, must be disposed of. ris fast as one lot of goods goes. something else mast take its place. Keep in mind that "THE BOYS'* permit no exaggerations in their advertising. Solid Facts only compose our adds. Glove Clearing. 50c all silk gloves and mitts, all colors, per pair Chiidrens" 25c silk mitts, clear ance sale Women's 25c white elbow mitts, clearance sale While Goods, Linens. 12.5,0 white goods, per yard 5c 25c India linen, yard 17c 30c India linen, yard 20c 35c India linen, yard 23c 25c mercerized waistings, 15c ioc India linen, 6c 12^0 India linen 8c 15c India linen. 9c 8c India linen 5c 7c India linen 4c 60c dice damask napkins, half doz 38c Napkins, good size do/- lot? 45c Brown kitchen towelling, at ,: 4c 50c linen silver bleached damask. 35c 10c Dress Goods. 50c grade colored dress goods Si.co and 75c summer dress goods, vard at $1.25 imported wool dress goods, per yd. $1.00 grade black dress goods, at yd 40c Rhadame Jacket lining, at yd 25 49 69 G9 20 I)euis fltoout iDeioit. flrio*? I^euis Iettcf A very pleasant time was had at Deloit on the Fourth. The crowd was not large, but all gathered to the bowery to listen to the .norning program. One of Crawford county's pioneers gave the address of wel come in which he said he saw only one other present (Mrs. Sarah Dobson) who, Was present at the first celebrat.on held "leir E. P. Wigg was finally relieved on Fri day and departed for Aztec. New Mexico on Saturday evening, where he went on a short vacation and to look at the country. I County Superintendent way Mr. Igou had the misfortune to have one bone in his leg broken on Friday while attempting to catch a horse On account of the excessive heat church services were held on the bank steps in the open air on Sunday evening Mesdames Hammond and Hunting:on were visitors at the Wise homs on Friday Miss Nettie Graves visited Arion friends Friday and Saturday. Mesdames K. Baber and Wm Rolls and Miss Ruby were Arion visitors Saturday evening. °1 0 i0WlieSs of price, we firmly believe has absolutely no parallel. I5c 10c 15c Undermuslins. Chiidrens' muslin drawers, lace trimmed and tucked 12\ Chiidrens' muslin skirts, lace trimmed 12}, Chiidrens' muslin waists, it tons on tape. Women's 50c drawers, to close, per pair Women's S5 a Women's 25 cent cambric covers at Hoffman and wife called at the Coon homes here on home from Dow City on Sunday. W. C. McHenry and wife and Miss Brown, of S Joseph, Mo., were visitors at the Coon homes on July 4th. Miss Helen Black returned to her home on Friday. Master Will Black accompan ied her home for a visit. Mr. Jacob Shook, who^has besn working ,,, ,, for Dr. Coon on his new hospital for the urner ^ent to the past four wee tew days Qn j,s jlas iinjshed hi* work and Mon(jay went to Tenant, Iswa. where he will remain I Dr. Evans Fr.e Delivery is hustling for a new Route to start from Mrs C. W Rural Arbn Underbill and children de parted for their Omaha home on Fridav, after a pleasant visit in Arion Mrs. Cheeves and family, of Giadbrook, visited at Wm. Matlock's the past week. She is a sister of Mr. Matlock's. Mr. Barsby was up from Dunlap visit ing his daughter, Mrs N. F. Stilson, on Friday. Mr Grant, of Hotel Arion, is on the sick list, and his physicians have ordered a short vacation. Mr Evans sold a good work team to Mr. Campbell of Denison. Jake Michells and Buck Butler arrived home from South Dakota on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Seeman are going to Colorado to spend a few weeks in the mountains. Storm Luke. On July 19 and 22nd only the Illinois Central R. R. will sell rouud trip tick ets to Storm Lake at one and one-third fare. fwii w_. 12 A \/f« .. .'. 'f "V*s fr* l*i 1 4 1 ~v ,j~'J Handkerchiefs. Womens hemstitched handkerchiefs, each.. Men's 5c 12c embroidered handkerchiefs, h. Men's fine pure linen handkerchiefs Womens 25c 15c to 25c Womens 50c handkerchiefs, borders. .. 25c Our Great Shoe Clearance. Women's £1.50 black Oxfords, lace $1 10 Women's $2.00 Oxfords, black or tan 1 50 Women's §2.00 patent leather 3-strap slippers 165 Women's $2 00 black kid lace shoes 1 35 Corset Clearance. 50c short Empire summer net corsets 25 50c batiste girdles and corsets .. 35 $1.00 batiste corsets, lace trimmed .75 Clearing Hosiery. Women's fast black cotton hose, high spliced heel and double sole, pair Women's 35c lace ribbed, lisle hose in tan shades, clearing sale price ... .. 25c real Maco cotton stockings .0: ... 50c fancy stockings, samples, pair Boys and girls tan, red, blue polka dot and fancy stripes and plaid stocking's 25c and 35c values at Girls' 25c black cotton stockings Men's 25c imported lisle socks S5 Sailor ties 35 cent gowns, to 50c 65 Happeti^gs fit Yail. Merv. Sherwood left Saturday for a week's visit at Yankton. S. D.. Quite a few from Vail hav gone to the Rosebud 10 register. Tom Ratchford spent Sunday family at the lake. Ed. Ryan Jr. his father Born Saturday July 9th to Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor a son. The base ball fans certainly got a run for their money Sunday with two games on and both long ones The first game at at 1:30 was between Manning and Vail's Second teams and was won by Vail by a score of 14 to 5 Batteries, Vail, McCor mick and Wier Manning, Brennan and Free. The second game between Vail and Dunlap was certainly something fierce The score was 23 to in favor of Vail. Batteries, Riley and Schonweber Dun lap, Dugan and Malone. The game next Sunday with Hopkins Bros of Des Moines will undoubtedly be a good one. Hopkins have -played 21 games and lost two and Vail has only lost one this season and has defeated some of the best teams in West- I ern Iowa and Omaha. The ball game between Charter Oak 1 and Vail billed for Thursday wasposponed until Friday at 1 o'clock. It was a good ICECREAM IN ANY QUANTITY. 11 Sc embroidered handkerchiefs... Clearing Skirts. 00 S4.50 S7.50 and SS.50 $12 50 Si.50 Berthas, at Si 15 39c Berthas, at 25 25c top collars, at 50c Stock collars, at 25 collar and cuff sets, at 25 25c muslin and silk ties, at 12 Clearing Pictures. 10c pictures, gray mats with his McCormick of Omaha is visiting with Mrs. Margaret Clauson and Mrs. Rey mer of Omaha are visitors at the Bartley Mitchell home. 2, ^VK" *'''"ffi^\W*,v«s *. rtT\ 1 4c .hemstitched handkerchiefs, each.. 3C 7C CC handkerchiefs. Irish emb'rd.. Womens fancy printed, each Men's iSc 3 09c 22c 19c 35c 15c 12.\ 18c and SG.00 walking skirts, reduced to. S3 $3 00 walking skirts, reduced to 1 65 skirts to clear, for S10.00 French voile kirts, reduced to ... French voile skirts, reduced to $1 50 Wash skirts, clearance sale Neckwear Clearance. 90 and S5 00 walking skirts, clearance. 2 95 5 9 05c game until the eighth inniug when Vail got 5 hits ofl Wright and scored four runs. At the end of the game the score was 5 15. to in favor of Fanske's Jewels Batteries Vail. McCormick and Schonweber Char ter Oak. Wright and Finkey. Struuk out, by McCormick oy Wright 8. Hits off off Wright S. Errors, Vail o, Charter Oak 9. Umpire, Kelly. The Aceteline people: are here putting in the lighting system. $2..5 to Council It In lis and Return $2 55 July 11 to 17 the Illinois Central R. R. will sell round trip tickets to Coun cil Bluffs at $3 55 on account of Eagles' Mid-Summer Festival. CEMENT WORK I A I I N 1 S SIDEWALKS, CURBS, RETAINING WALLS, CISTERNS AM) CAVES #. -x a The Bext of Cement 11.set/ 11,11,d i.ll work •Jiutraiiteeii first alaati Let us (/iLi/te ijoit, pricea. walki: Dciiisou, It S.. D^VVl*, Iowu. The Weather Man predicts much hot weather during the next two months. The housewife will save hard work and avoid much of the warm weather by buying Break, Cakes, Pies, Cookies and Fine Cooked Ham of us. There will be no heating up the house to get a meal. We can furnish anything you may wish in the Baker's line. THE PALACE BAKERY -«rjee^ nnrairirt^v -\ii wo^wrt»ru-.^a^irs5UUauwQW^ Bald? Scalp shiny snd thin? Then it's probably too late. You neglected' dandruff. IP you had only taken our ad vice, you would have cured the dandruff, saved your hair, and added much to it. If not entirely bald, now is your opportunity. Improve it. "1 have used Aver's Iliiir Yi^or for over 4'" years. I nm now Ml years old nntl have a heavy growth of rich hrown hair, ilue, I thinU, en tirely to Ayer's Hair Vteor." Mas. M. A. Kurni, Re'leviUe. Hi. £1.00 a bottle. Allrirmfcists. J. AYKIJ CO. Lowell. MflSS lOi Good Hair Goocltici? l^euJs. The younger Misses Marquardt took in the Fourth at Schleswig. Miss Wheeler of Denison visited at the Anderson home the past weak, returning home in time for the 4th. Goodrich township was well represented in Denison on the Fourth. Miss Sadie Newton visited in Denison last week, the guest of Miss Effie Myers. Mrs A. Myers has been spending a few days with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Mommie Jessen drove down to Deni on Friday afternoon. Mr Craven, the Baker agent, is ag '.in in our midst. Every one is laying in a supply as he will not come agam until winter. Mrs. Flora Win6y and daughter Abbie, and Mrs. Tibitha Anderson drove down to Denison to do some shopping Friday Mr. Schmidt drove to Schleswig Thurs day. Mesdames S D. Newton and A D. Wiuey visited at Mr. Jessen's Friday Miss Lovicie Morris and Mrs W Lee went down to Denison Saturday af ternoon. 1 Mr- and Mrs Jensen and daughter vis-: ited at Henry Dethman to see their granddaughter, born 011 the 4th. Ihis week will finish laying by the corn. 1 otrmmwiKWOT 0. McCONNAUOIiEY DENTIST Office Wafbatse Block. Crawford Co. phone 259 5 00 5 95 8 75 95 DENISON, IOWA. ADVERTISED LETTER LIST. For week ending July 5, letters for the following persons remained un claimed at the Denison Postoffice: Frank Collins S. R. Crawner W. Dillian Emily R. Lambert Mrs. Edd Robbins John Slater Mios Lilly Wilson Zib.V. Wyatt 1 MissMattie Meyers Miss Ida Meyers When calling for the above ploase say advertised, F. W. Meyers, P. M. $2'J)0 Omaha and Return $2 t0. On July 23rd and 24th, the Illinois Central R. will sell round trip tick ets to Omaha at $2.90. Notice of (lie First Meeting' of Creditors. In the District. Court of the United States for the Southern District of Jowa. in the matter of Alex Lawson bankrupt To the creditors of Alex Lawson of Dow City in the County of Crawford and District aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby «iven on the (itli day of July A. D. 11)04. the said Alex Lawson was duly ^adjudicated bankrupt and that, the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the ofiice of the clerk of the District Court in Denison Iowa, on the 21 day of July A. D. liKM at It o'clock in the forenoon, at which me the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may come before said meeting. W. S. Mayne, SH-lt lieferee in Bankruptcy. ii 1— fr Special Daily Train Service Via The North-Western Line to The Rosebud Reservation Opening. Three trains per day each way be tween Omaha and Bonesteel, the point for final entry, situated directly on the reservation border, leave from the Union Depot, Omaha, «:05 a. m., :i:5U l. m., during thy period of registration. •ilT'ordiufj ample and conveniently ar ranged train service with direct con nections from all points in the west and northwest. Special excursion rates in 'Ml'ect from all points daily via the North-Western Line, July 1st to 22nd. Inclusive. Apply to the nearest ticket asrent of the Chicago & North-Western K'y for Ros .bud folder. "New Homes in the Wejt."