Miss Hazel Winans returned to her
•home near Missouri Valley Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Beamin and d.*uerh
IMP took the train at Deloit Wednesday
obr the West.
H-'nrv Mirquardt marketed hoars in
Schliawig Monday getting the top
The Misses Florence and Bertha
Xixon and Winifred Clift visited with
3Ir^. A. D. Winey.
Mr. aid Mrs ysen and iliren
weut Wednesday evening to riland
10 a£ ead the fair. They expect to be
gone about three weeks.
SSiss Bird Sneli has a school in
EFknover township and will benn
&eot. 4. Also A. G. Meyers and Miss
.Effii Meyers will commence their
scoools on the same date.
Mr. and Mrs. Hitchings entertained
rpla&lves from Kansas City, Kan.,
Chicago, III. and Manilla, Ift. this
week. Mr. and Mrs. Hitchings are
soaking preparations to go to Kansas
Sept. 4 to be gone about ten days.
Cough Remedy icls on
The most successful medicines are
those that aid nature. Chamberlain
"Oon'h T!em»',y icts on th'° plno. T*luj
it wuuu you UttVvj a cold and It will
allay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid
expectoration, open the secretions and
»id nature in restoring the system to a
Wealthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its superior excellence. It,
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia. Price, 25 cents.
I«rge size 50cents. For sale by
PH. A. SCHLUMBERGER.
N. H. Brogden was in Omaha part of
Elder C, J.Hunt has been spending
afew days at home with his family.
Miss Winifred Clift returned to her
lome at Anthon, la., last Wednesday.
W. T. Huckstep stooped at Omaha
on his return from Nebraska and ic
Tested in more sheep.
The meat market, reopened last
week with E. J. Brogden and D.
Patchia as proprietors.
Mra. Black and children, sister of
Stev. Stone cetarned to her home at
Jefferson, Iowa last Thursday.
Wm. Spence and wife of Dow City
jp-nt a part of last week with their
sou James Spence and family.
Toe district convention at the M. E.
atborcb was well attended. There
*ere several presentfrom Danison.
Miss Elith Montgomery and A. G.
3fleyers of D-nison attended the picnic
Sa'.urday and 'he services Sunday.
Charles Cose moved back to Deloit
an irona Ells the first of the week. They
will move in the A. G. Meyers house.
Slmer Winans returned Tuesday
from South Dakota where he
iiad been looking at laod. He is well
j»?eased with the cDuntry and found a
John Taylor took his deoarture
Snnday for Nebraska where he has
ibwju engaged to work for Nve
JSchneider Fowler Co. and we learn he
'intends to move his family there soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Winan3 returned
Thursday from Des Moiues attendiaar
Iha state fair. They enjoyed it very
anacb. Mr, Win ni says it is wonder
to nee what the state of Iowa can
ii. mie UuiM come :n fr'""
east cf town,
Mrs. J. D. Newcom came down to
caic-^t her friends Mesdames Hope and
ilaabel last Tuesday afternoon, but was
informed that they could not stop as
Mrs. Isabel had been hurt in a run
away coming to the train at Herring.
I, C. Butterworth District Sup^rin
Se*dent and daughters drove up from
®ow City Saturday morning and at
fteaded the picnic and also attended
4b* Sabhuth school and preachin?
Mrrices Sunday morning returning in
*rs. T. C. Dibson and daughtei
jgBoice started Wednesday mornlne
acrJackon Minn., to visit at the home
rf her daughter
Mommlne Jessen was in town Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sachau visited
3»ndaywith Will Bauer Hem per.
Sale Now on
1 W a
self and see. Everything at wholesale price.
mm. They were accompanied ly
npir hired man. Tney will drive
thr ugh in the'r do ble seated carriage
aau win enjoy the outing greatly.
Several of our young farmers have
gotten the idea to launch out where
they can invest in farms and do some
thing for themselves. We are glad to
see ttieir pluck in leaving rented farm*
and buying where lauds are cheap' r,
and we bespeak for them success, as
they are very energetic young men and
know how to make farming pay.
The Sunday school picnic Saturday
was a succdss, the weather was cool
the only draw back. The
t*ble fairly groaned under the srocd
things to eat. Elder Derry of Wood
bine give an address and other
sDeeches were made by Revs Stone,
Turner aud Butterworth. A good
crowd was present.
Everythin? is in the name when
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E, C.
DdWitt & Co. of Chicago discovered
some vears ago how to make a salve
from Witch Hazel that is a specific for
Piles. For blind, jbleeding, itching
and protruding Piles, 6Czema, cuts,
burns, bru'ses and all skin diseases
DeWiti's Salve has no equal. This
ba^ given ris^ to numerous worthless
counterfeits. A3k for DiWitt's—the
genuine. Sold by
LAMBORN DRUG CO.
John Ehler took a business trip to
August. Stender and father drove to
Henry Clauseu from near Boyer was
in town Tuesday.
John Stender from Morgan township
is reported as very ill at his home-
Mr. E?er Nielson from Morgan
township was down to Ute last week.
Fred Berendep and family drove to
Denison last Thursday, returning the
Carl Boll and wife returned from
the Capitol city where they had been
to visit the state fair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kuhlmann and
children visited at the home of his
brother C. H. last Sunday.
Misses Minna and Mary Petersen
from Ricketts were up to Schleswig to
attend the dance last evening.
Mr. Reed was down from Ida Grove
with his big automobile last Monday
looking after his bankia? business.
Fritz Stockfelth from Wocdbury
county was down here with iiis family
to visit with their many friends here.
Miss L^zza Weit of near Ida Grove is
enjoying a visit from her friend Miss
Maggie Hottendorf from near Schles
Messers. Nsison, Rasmus^ea and
Bieienber,? from our town drove to
Maoleton last Monday returning Tues
jgo Krohnke is going to build a
fine residence south of the school house
and the building will commence at
Peter Mockbrandt from Treno. Ia
was visiting in th's vicinity iast week
and part of this with relatives and
Geo Wells has quit the restaurant
business here anc moved his effects
out last weelf. He is now living in the
Geo Wi' co:i from Ricketts
town Thursday and Fr'dav.
CTty ^riaay lu atbeuu toe ouaday
wJicol picnic. Saturday she was a
gfBe3t at har aunt's horns Mrs. S Horr
»cd spending Sunday with the Jordan
2 select from. There is no use quoting you prices as
Our fall orders were placed months ago so we will have as complete a stock to select from as there is in Crawfo
and everything first-class and no old goods carried over from year to year. The prices we are making astonish
The Ida Grove base ball tjara wi
down here to cross bats with our nir,e
last Sunday and on account of one
the best of our players being aim"
a a a I
A bad runaway occurred here Mor.~
iy noon. Aug Boge who started for
bis borne lost control of his high spirit
pH roam. He was thrown out of the
wago The extent of his injuries
Known at the present writing b.
it is understood he is hurt quite badiy
Quite a number of our townsmen an1
near by farmers took the train fir
Atkins. Neb. on a land seeking expedi
tion. Tnose who made up the party
a"e Fred Berende-, C. H. Christensen,
Ever Nielsen. Henrv Max Kahla. Hans
T°a sen and others whose names were
If you ever took DaWitt'a Littie
Early R'sers for bi I ions ess or consti
pition you know what pill pleasure is.
These famous little pills cleanse the
liver and rid the system of all bile
without producing unpleasant effects.
Sold by LAMBORN DRUO CO.
The school boy is once mores8en go
ing up the hill with his books
Mrs. J. Ruby's father arrived
from Michigan to spend the winter here
with his daughter.
Mr. Claude Berckinridffe who has
been uo in Canada on a business trip
returned last Monday evening.
The Epworth League of the Methodist
church held a handkerchief bazaar in
the Dr. Graham building last Satur.
day, which resulted in clearing up
quite a sum for the treasury."
Mrs. VV. H. Halley who returned
from Omaha some three weeks ago.
after an operation, which turned out
to be unsuccessful. at the point of
death and no hopes are entertained for
S!x C1S2S of spinal-rnenirgitis are
ported between Irwin and Manilla no
deaths have been reported so far. But
all the cases are quite serious and the
disease is spreading at a rapid ratf.
The doctors seem to be rather unable
to handle the cases to their satisfaction.
Clyde James and Henry Gilbr.ath
left for Denver last Monday nooa the
boys have been in the employment of
?oaseeTem lla e3
fio-urirff on putting' in a bid f. digging Griffitu, removed a r/e table -cvrf
the new town well.
Ira Tripp who has been at the
Springs at Col ax. I'., for a month fcr
treatment returned home last Satur
day greatly improved.
Chaa Stfct.deiini£ir from near Sihles
rip to where he
Waile iLcrc he will visit
with relatives and friends.
Great Harvest festival will be cele
brated at Schleswig Sept 21 and 22 and
you will ceitainly have a good time if
you come to Schleswig then.
Mr, C. H. Kuhlmann and family
drove to Rickets iast Sunday to be
present at a double baptising which
took place ai the home of Mr. and Mrs.
IT is Good Sound Argument=
You want to buy goods as cheap as you can, your money is your own. You want it to reach as far as possible, donWeap
Well we are selling goods 50 per cent cheaper than any competitors, so why not come here and buy your Fall Goods ?fal
save this amount. ^You can have so much more money to spend when you make such a saving, and buy the very best the£?.
is to be bought. "Seeing is believing, eome in and look."
M. M. BAMFORD.
Grove team won easily. Score 7 to 11.1
Emil Kruger is having the material
hauled on the-place where he is goiiT
to erect a residence at once.
masons will start this wetk at th'^
foundation and the carpenters will
push the work to completion.
Telephone Co., but res'yn-j estimate-more than 200 houses were
ed their position here topo we^t where destroyed.
they intend to work. Clyde and Henry I
The members of the Methcdist
church were agreeably surprised last
Sunday evening at their quarter
meeting service, when Presid og Eiae.
niaAi^H Arat* a hno naar
that v. as placed over a line new siiv
lemonade set, which he pre«ented tu
the church as a memorial of the late I
G. W. and Mary E. Saunders. It is
understood that it was the desire of
Mrs. Saunders to see her church hai
'thing of this kind and when she
p»ored away in May this year tfc.3
brothers and sisters of the family de
sired to present the church with the
same, as a token of respect to tfce
wish of their mother and a kind ap
preciation of the many kitdn*s a
which the people of the cburcti have
shown to their father and mother dur
ing years which they have spent
to^et er Elder Gr fii made a short
aiiu aio=t touching adaress, and while
there was hardly a dry eye in tfce
hou*e he as well a= the members of the
Wm. Stamp-in Morgan township had that their kindnesses had been »o
four stacks of oats burned last week, much appreciated.
It is aot known whether ,t caused
by sparks from the steamer or not
Thev barely saved the separator.
El Reimers one of our prominent
farmers just north of t^wn is very sick.
Ed is a familiar figure on our streets
md we miss him very much. We
^ncerely hope that he wiil speedily
ahi bv vipfiinitvft course
overjoyed to think
Kodol Dyspeosia Cure is certaicly a
nderful remedy for Indigestion,
Djstepia and weak stomachs. Tbey
sty ihat it never fails to cure'and that
it engthene the digestive organs and
mikes the stomach and breath i-s
sweet as a rose.
LAMBORN DRUG CO.
at jV\. ]V\. E£ .A.
]V\ O D'
On account of sickness we offer our entire stock of .. ht, digestible
Millinery, Ladies Furnishings, Cloaks and Suits at Actual Wholesaieleaomefoad
bargains, all $5 and $6 Skirts all this Fall Styles on s^le at $3.78. An endless variety over 100 Skirts to
TORCH IS APPLIED ANO MUCH
HOUSES AND FARMS VACATED
Whole of the Southeast Caucasus
Overrun With Tartar Bands Pillag
ing and Burning—Famine Adds to
Terrible Condition of Affairs.
9t. Petersburg, Sept. 6.—The latest
reports received from Baku indicate
that the disturbances there were
marked by immense property losses,
which fall with crushing weight on
the Russian .oil industry centered at
Baku. The Lo:'_li was resorted to, as
the result of which hundreds jof tanks
of oil and naphtha ar.d a number of
important refineries in Baku and its
vicinity are now in flames. Oil men
here are unable to estimate the loss
while the conflagration continues, but
they believe it will run into millions
of dollars in Baku alone. The fire,
which commenced in the refineries,o_f
the Moscow-Caspian society, accord
ing to private reports, spread to 300
tanks and to one tank in the "Black
town" quarter containing 5.000,000
po",Js of oil. At Biebat, near Baku,
the works of the Mantaschell com
pany, among the most important in
Russia, and the works of the Tiflis
society are on fire. Refineries at No
maui and Subiano have been de
stroyed and railway travel has been
interrupted. The oil men have tele
graphed to Emperor Nicholas implor
ing protection and asking for assist
ance to prevent the entire destruction
of their properties in the Baku dis
trict, "which give to the state 100,
000,000 roubles in revenue and furnish
heat and light to Russia."
Terrorized by Tartars.
Tiflis, Sept. (J.—The whole of the
southeast Caucasus is now terrorized
by Tartars. Refugees are pouring in
liera from Baku, Elizabethpol and
Shusha. Details from Shusha" show
that several engagements were fought
between Tartars and Armenians be
hind regular positions and that a con
siderable part of the town was soon
in flames. According to an official
Baku troops under the direction
them lea e. utmost vigSr, but they have not sue
Mr. G. T. Dowler while working in ceeded in restoring order, although
the coal shed Monday night of last
week narrowly escaped being- killed.
He had been taking tickets for coal
from an engine man and just as he
stepped back into the car the other
man who was working in tbe car did
not see Mr. Dowler and struck htm :n 1
the abdominal regions with tbe sharp' wild panic and houses and farms are
end of a crow bar, ^causing an u^iy being abandoned. The famine in many
wound. Mr. Dowler was taken to r.i- parts of the country renders the sit
home and two doctors called in 'o nation more terrible.
administer for his needs, he is sti! ia
a critical condition but it is hoped ILO.G
he will recover.
there is rather less firing. Armed riot
ers attacked the oil works in the su
burb of Balakhan and after a hot fight
set fire to them. Tartar bands are
scouring the country, murdering and
pillaging. The country is in a slate of
Bar Suffrage to Women.
Muskogee, I. T„ Sept. 6.—The meet
ing of the constitutional convention
was postponed to allow the constitu
tional committee time to finish work
referred to it by the auditing com
mittee. The woman's suffrage plank
was the topic of discussion in the com
mittee meetings. After an intense
fight a clause empowering the legis
lature to extend suffrage to women
Mrs. Caldwell Held for Trial.
Saliua, Kan., Sept. t.—Mrs. J. F.
Caldwell, accused of the killing of her
husband Saturday night, was ar
raigned before a justice of the peace
and charged with murder in the first
degree. Her preliminary trial was
set for Sept. 23 and her bond was
fixed at $1,500. She was not able to
furnish the bond and she was taken
back to jail.
Fatal Dispute Over Ten Cents.
Beliville, [!!., Sept. U.—in a dispute
between Henry C. Link, a saloon
keeper, and Jihn Trappe over 10
cents, Link was shot dead and officers
are searching for Trappe. The coro
ner's jury returned a verdict holding
Trappe responsible for the killing.
4 doors north of P. O,
would take the whole paper to do that Just come in and convince your-
CLEMENCY FOR MURDERERS
Governor Cummins to Decide Whether
Death Penalty Shall 3e Inflicted.
Des Moines, Sept. t.—The last hear
ing in the case of Louis Busse, the
wife murderer, was held before Gov
ernor Cummins, the lawyers for the
defense appearing witii a plea for the
commutation of the death penalty to
life imprisonment, and the state ap
pearing to defend the action of the
Bremer county jury in judging the
man worthy of death. Governor Cum
mins took the matter under advise
ment. While the fight was for the
commutation of the sentence, one of
the questions at i3sue will be wheth
er the death penalty shall be imposed
in the state of Iowa.
In connection with the Busse case
the fate of Joseph C. Smith, the Bux
ton miner, who killed his landlady,
Mrs. Canady, will be heard Monday.
BOLT STRIKES CENTER OF CROWD
One Man Killed and a Score of Others
Injured, One Fatally.
Richfield. Utah, Sept. 8.—Atlas Bean
was killed, his cousin, Dwight Bean,
score of others were more or less seri
ously hurt by a bolt of "lightning which
struck in the center of a crowd of
1,200 persons who were watching the
horse races at the Richfield fair.
More than 200 persons were thrown
to the ground and most of them were
insensible for several seconds.
Horses tied to hitching posts nearby
broke loose and stampeded in all di
rections. Several of the persons in
jured were knocked down by runaway
horses. Dwight Bean, Darius Nelson
and Thoma3 Brown were insensible
from the effects of the electric bolt
when taken to their homes.
Bryan to Attend Lincoln Convention.
Lincoln, Sept. 6.—William J. Bryan
will not sail for the Orient until Sept..
27. Mr. Bryan is at his home her -.
He is anxious to attend the Democrat
ic state convention, to be held in Lin
coln Sept. 20 and will leave the day
following for San Francisco. Mrs.
Bryan and daughter, who are now on
the Atlantic, returning from Europe,
will join Mr. Bryan here for the trip
to Asia. Leaving Lincoln tomorrow,
Mr. Bryan will spend most of a week
in Illinois and Wisconsin.
London, Sept. tj.—Marshall Field
and Mrs. Arthur Caton of Chicago
were united in marriage at noon at
St. Margaret's church, Westminster.
Canon Herbert Henslev-Henson of Si.
Paul's cathedral performed the cere
mony. The church was closed to the
general public and only a small con
gregation, composed of Immediate rel
atives of the couple and Ambassador
and Miss Whitelaw Reid and the staff
of the American embassy, witnessed
Bishop Spalding Suffers Relapse.
Peoria, Sept. fi.—Bishop John L.
Spalding of the diocese of Peoria has
suffered a relapse following his attack
of paralysis three months ago. He
has been in Lebanon, Ky., at his old
BY THE GREAT NORTHWEST'!
Six New Cases at Vicksburg.
Vicksburg, Miss., Sept. 6.—With six
aew cases of yellow fever the day's
record was the v/srst since the disease
made its appearance in the city.
Reduced Railroad Rates to Many
The Chicago & Northwestern Railway
Announces the Following Special Ex
cursions and Reduced Rates.
To Harlan Reduced rites Sept 11 to 15
Inclusive. Account Shelby county fair.
Lodgt? I. u. t. K. Special rates, favorable
return limits Sept. U, 15 a,ncJ 10.
To Holstein—Special rates Sept. 19th to
21st. return .svpt. 'S!nd. Account D.strict Fair
To Sioux Ci»y—Half rates Sept. IKli-16th,
inclusive, rtiiuiu^ep'. ISth Account Inter
State ijivo Stt.ek i'uir and Race Meet.
To Council Bluffs—Special rate.a SoDt. 5th
to '.ith. iiiciiiMve. return Sept. Uth. Accouu
Street Katr aud Carnival.
To Ida Grove —Special rates Sept 5th to 9tb,
inclusive, return Sept. 11th. Account Street
To Rlehmond, Va.,— Special Rates, favor
able return ami:, .-Vpt. 8ih ts Ilia. Account
l-'armern" National Congress.
To Chattagcoga. Tenm.— Special rates,
favorable return imit, aai.t. to 1G. Account
Anniversary Battle of Chickaruausa.
To San Francisco and other Coast Points,
The North western Line. Excursion*
tickets will be sold from all stations t.rt PnrtJ
'llrni, anil Sew'r.ilo diiily'iuid to Cal-
Ifornia points August 29, 3d and 30, Septem
ber 1. 2:3.4. 5. 12. U, 14. an, 27. and 28, with
trie lighted llirouKhout." less than three
dayRen route. Another fast train is "The
California Express" with drawing room and
and tourist sleeping cars. The best of everv-"
Summer Tourist Rates—Tickets on sale
daily ilurlnc the summer months
tu is',. Paul and Minneapolis, M'nn.
t'ot Springs aud Deadwood. So. r.'ak. Den
ver, Ooloradu Springs, Pueblo, and Glenwood
springs. Colo Ofe'deu aud Salt Lake City,
Utah' and many other summer Resorts both
Kast and West, limited to Oct 31st. Also to
Yellowstone Park, limited to ninety davs
Write fur rates.
Watch This Column for future announce
ments. b'or further information apply to
any agent 1: &N.W. R,y.
Annually, to fill the new positions created by
Kailroad and Telegraph Companies. We want
youns? men atul ladies of good habits, to
Learn Telegraphy and
R. R. Accounting
We furnish "!i pet cent, of the Operators
and Station Agents in America. Our six
schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph
Schools in lie world. Hstahlibhed 20 years
*nd endorsed by all leading Railways Offi
Ail calls gii/en
home, for several weeks and tele- prompt attention
grams received here state that his
physicians and friends were alarmed
at his condition.
are a revelation to those who thought they could not
get high grade steaks outside the city markets. Our
motto is that
"Nothing is Too Good For Denison."
and we have given the people their first opportunity to
get just as good meats as they could in Chicago.
Whether we give coupons or not we give the Best
Meats.ever sold in Denison, A trial will convince you.
We execute a Sioi) Bund to every student to
furnish him or ber a position paving from $10
t.n S'jl) a month in St,:ites e.ist of Uie UucKy
Mountains, or from $T5 to Jldo a month In
.Stated west of the Kocuies, immediately upon
.-tudents can enter at any lime. No vaca
tions. or full partlcuiir- regarding iitiy of,,
our Schools write direct to our executive
office at Cincinnati, O. Catalogue free.
Buffalo, N Y..
Sau Francisco, O I.
M. L. TicElwain
Toirty-live years practical experience.
Licensed to practice under laws of the
state of Iowa.
Headquarters at Savery Livery'
Barn, Denison, Iowa
C. C. No. 333
E. H. Howland Lumber
and Coal Co.'
South Omaha, Nebraska
Will sell you lumber cheap. Send
in your bill for estimate. '^428
4th St., South Omajha.
John Klinker's Meats
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