An t».' Vu
souri by®rove over to Shelby
•ftiay and brought his
Ab of MrB. Geo. Davie ill
., _. .Monday.
tAonney visited in the country
.nday until Friday afternoon at
,onn Tranter home.
Sylvia Green has had a happy week
out in the country visiting her attni
Mabel. She came home Saturday.
Jay Thompson, while Tiding horse
back last Sunday night, ran into a barb
wire fence, and had his leg quite badly
Martm Nehla and his two daughters,
Emma and Delia, went to the State
fair Monday returning home Wednes
Carl Iseminger returnei from his trip
to South Dakota last Thursday. We
have not yet learned his iinpresBion of
Bernice Bonney left Saturday morn
ing for Schleswig to teach her first term
of school. She will teach one mile
west of town,
Several of our citizens went to South
Dakota laBt week. Among them were
Dan Hemphill and Carl Iseminger, en
route to Armour, and Will Switzer and
Gus Carson, to Platte.
Mrs. Schleuter of Denison and Miss
Martha Hugg came after Mr. Schleu
ter Saturday evening to take him home
to spenl Sunday.Mr. Schleuter ie doing
the carpenter work on E. Stegeman's
Bernard Kauffold, after a seveial
weeks' visit here and in this vicinity
left for his home at Alton, Missouri,
last Monday. The young gentleman
made many friends here, who ruies him
Gertie Griffin and her brother John
left Friday evening on the Train. Gertie
will attend school at Neola the coming.
year, but John will go to Council
Bluffs, where he will enter college and
take a thorough business course,
Mr. ana Mrs. Howard Town left on
Monday for a trip. They will vicit Mr,
and Mrs. i. L. Williams, who are
making their home at present Sc.
Joseph. Missouri. Howard expects to
go into Oklahoma, where he has a claim
which is being contested. Howard in
tends to get hie rights, if possible.
Little Sam Neeley, who ie visiting
hie grandparents south-east of town,
met with a severe accident last Sunday
while watching a bail game near Tom
Ahart'e place He was siruck on the
("""forehead by a bat slipping out of the
haaa*-eft-jfc bstrarr—rrcut an ugly
gash which required a few stitches at
the hands of a doctor. At laBt reports
ihe little fellow was getting along all
Arm.1'1. Bachmann has traded farms
with Mf. Soenksen on the old Hansen
place, paying the difference in the va
ne of the two farms. Mr. Bachmann
will move in the spring and will bt
much nearer Denison than he is now,
as his new farm is only about three
miles weBt of the county seat. Buck
Grove dielikeB to see Mr. Ba .hmann go
so far away, but hop-s that the move
will prove to be beneficial.
Yeast Foam Is the yeast
that took the Klrst Grand
Prize at the St. Louis Ex
position, and is sold by all
grocers at 5 cts. a package—
enough for 40 loaves. Send
a postal card for our new
Illustrated book "Good
Breud: How to Make It."
NORTHWESTERN YEAST CO.
Andrew Miller visited at Manilla last
Tom Ahart and son returned from a
visit to the State fair on Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Harvey and daughter,
Glenn, were DenUon shoppers Friday.
Lena Buman and brother Henry vis
ited at Lake View for a few days last
Fred Arnold and sieter were visitors
at the State fair for a few days last
Mrs. Mabel Tranter and Pearle Bon
ney were visitors at the county seat last
Aug. Bental of Denison, was here on
business Wednesday, the guest of his
Lillie Pattlson visited Saturday and
Sunday with her friende. Yeru.e and
Mrs. Muling left Saturday for Fair
mont, Nebraska, after a week's visit at
Roy Slater is busy painting Ben
Quathamer's store. Be is doing quite
an artistic job.
Mrs. Henry Jensen went to Nebraska
Saturday for a few days' visit with her
sister, Mrs. John Zillig.
Will Zimmet of Shelby county, pass
ed through here, on Friday on his way
home from the State fair.
Our town has quite a few rangers
in it this week as ihere is quite a force
of men here doing bridge work.
Jake Bills, Jr., has rented Sylvester
Thew'sfarm east to town for next year.
Jake, that uoks a little suspicious.
Anna Longren of near Manilla, arriv
ed here Friday for a few days' visit
with her sister, Mrs. Tom OVonnor.
Tom White, Jr., is now in Redfield,
South Dakota, where he is getting #2.25
per day and thinks that is a great conn
Fritz Olson has bought Alex Hagan's
farm which adjoins our town on itie
uoutn. The consideration was $45 per
Mra. Petersen and daughter Mary,
arrived from Irwin recently ro visit
Mrs. Trneper for a week. Tne lady is
Mrs. Trueper's mother.
Jack Welch has built a fine addition
his blackBUii:h shop which to keep
uis new teed mill. jack lias an up-to
date place, all right.
There was a danc. at Mr. Finnigan's
Friday evening in honor of his niece,
who is here on a visit. The young
folks had a goou time.
The many friends of John Duff will
Of sorry to near that he was taken very
ill again Thursday night and was taken
away to Denison temporal.iy.
Jay Bicknell has returned fr:m his
trip to North Dakota, as he waved
uello" from the top of a box car ns he
passed through here last WedLesUay.
Lee Winn and wife mourn the loss of
their baby, .'.'he little one diea la*t
riiUrsd.y, having lived fotr Jays. Tney
nave the sympathy of all in tne.r tt
Mrs. Natchoffer and Mr?. Writter,
sister and sister-'n-law cf Airs. jeo.
urebes, left Saturday for their home at
\Vheaton, Illinois, after a two weeks'
John Green, wife and children drove
over to north of Denison sa.urday that
they might spend Sunday with Lafe
Higge anu family. They returned Sat
Reports received from Washington
report Mrs. Bert Thompson as very
much better and she will soon be in hei
usual health, which is good news to her
Jick Welch, James Haines and sever
al others left Tuesday for a sightseeing
trip to South Dakota. We hope that
they won't like the country so well as
our good old Iowa.
Our new doctor arrived Wednesday
and has rented Samuel MofBit's house.
We hope the doctor will receive patron
age enough to induce him to remain, as
we have long wished for a resident phy
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gigax drove over
to Schleswig Saturday. They took
little Frank and May to their home.
The little folks haye had a royal sum
mer vacation with their grandparents,
but had to go back in time for school.
A nine composed of Dow City and
Denison players came over from Bee
Tree Grove to play an amateur nine 01
Buck Grove boys. Knowing the reputa
tion of Buck Grove fordoing all things
well, they brought with them a bevy
of pretty young ladies, and that was
the undoing of the local nine. When
O'.vieara got up to pitch the prettiest
girl in the bunch, a cute little body
with brown hair and longing brown
eyes' just slung a pair of goo goo eyjs
at him and the first man got first base
on balls. When the second man came
up the next beauty smiled at him and
he came near killing Henry Hink, who
was rooting for Buck Grove. Then
they changed pitchers and Otto Hink
let a few men walk, owing to a fierce
yell the Bee Tree boys had trained their
ladies in, which they let loose at a crit
ical time in the game. Being cautioned
that the sweet girls had probably been
brought along to win the game for the
foreigners, Otto steeled his heart and
for a time threw Bome pretty good
balls which would have raised Cain
with their batters, had not Brown Eyes
go in her work on the 3rd baseman at
t.ie right time, when he let a couple of
balls gl de between his feet, fascinated,
Bpell-b-und, paralyized. Finding tnat
this would not do, after a hasty con
sultation the Buck Grove boys got the
crowd between the players and the
dangerous charms of the ladies, which
only added to the trouble, for the boys
played so far from their places that
they could not get back in time to put
out a runner Tne worst of all, how
ever, was Dr. Bonney umpired the
game and was helpless, as he had to
face the whole crowd of young ladies
all the time and most of the game,
couldn't tell a foul from a strise. We
have some pretty girls of our own here
in Buc* Grove, but we never suspected
Mr. Swaeey returned
Friday noon after a week's stay in that
The supper eriven at the park Friday
evening was a great success socially
as well &e financially.
Jack Cragon is malting his daughter
Mrs. Dr. Norman a flying visit this
w«ek and calling on old friends.
Several parties left here ou Monday
for Denver. Among them were
Willard Jack9on and wife, Mrs.
Fisher, Mrs. Hammond and Mrs.
Six students boarded the train from
Dow City for Ames Friday, a pretty
good showing for a small town.
Harry Roll, Royce Heath. Ross Rudd,
Elmer Sharp, Oscar Edwards and
Constipation and piles are
twins. They kill people inch by
inch, sap life away zvery day.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will positively cure you. No
cure, no pay. 35 cents, tea or
tablets. R. Knaul.
transacted business in
Aug. Lillieholm of near Denison
spent Monday of last wees in our busy
N. G. Nelson bought another car of
oats the first of the week which he
shipped to Chicago.
Miss Mable Larson of Odeboit visit
ed the C. G. Carlson home east of Xir
on during last week.
Henry Andersen from Chicago ar
rived on Monday for a weeks visit with
the L. V. Larson family.
Charlie Hoaglund spent a couple of
days last week visiting relatives and
former blaymates at Arthur, la.
Rev. Carl Anderson from Rockford,
111. visited witn Rev. E. S.
Friday afternoon and Saturday last.
.Martin Sandstorm and Harry Nurd
were passengers on Tuesday last to
attend the state fair at Das Moines.
Miss Lydia Benson returned on Sat
uruay morning from an extended visit
relatives at Lacey, Iowa and at
Herbert Linden went to Rock Island
on Friday last to legume his studies at
Luthtran Theologic lastituie loc
ated at that place.
B. N. Bluson left Thursday morning
for tne west to spend several weeiis
visitiDg. He will visit Cheyenne, Den
ver and other noted places.
Mrs. Johnj P. Andersen from near
Buyer was doing trading in Kiron Sat
urday. She reports Mr. Andersen re
vering from his severe illness.
Peter E. Nordell returned on Monday
from another land seeking trip to N.
and S. Dakota. He also visited relai
ives in South Dakota on his way home.
Quite a few from Kiron expect to go
10 ues Moices next week to attend tne
Free Mission Young People state coa
ution to oe there from the 14th to
17th of Sept.
Childrens Day was observed at the
Baptist church by an entertaining and
.veil given program rendered by the
Sunday school. It was listned to by a
Aug. Walriemar drove
overland from Wuodbine to Kiron on
Saturday to spend a couple of days vis
iting. They report crops as never bet
ter in that locality.
Alfred Reclcsen from Boone spent
Tuesday forenoon in Kiron calling on
friends, besides calling on our coal
dealers as be is traveling salesman for
the Boone Coal Co.
JesB McAhren and W. W. Cushman
of Denison spent Thursday afternoon
Kiron on important islness matters,
some thought when Jes6 was in town
that he was here looking for the noted
ex-banker Sid Green.
Mrs. C. C. Walters and son went to
Schleswig last week to spend some
ime visiting at the parental home.
Court found time so lonesome that he
could not help but run down and
spend Sunday with them.
School commenced in the Kiron dis
trict on Monday with .\iiss| Anna Shaw
and Belle Larson as teachers. In old
Kiron Emma Bartcher from Denison,
at the Ogden school liable Lillieholm
and Miss Emma Miller at district No.G
Otto Creek township.
Chas. Erne purchased 270 head of
sheep at Omaha on Tuesday last and
had the same shipped to Kiron which
he will fatten together with the bunch
he had before. Mr. Erne has fed
sheep for scm: two years and says there
is money in it.
Quite a lot of «and h»
to gravel the
needed and if sevji-.t. tt. •.
mstery, Kiron vm anv
not be ashamed oi
Otto E. Olausoi. ui.i- w.fe, Elmer
visitor at the home of a friend,
Quite a streak of hail passed through
the section north of Kiron during the
rain and thunderstorm early Monday
morniag stripping the leaves from the
stalks in the corn field and damaging
tie crop somewhat. Fortunately it
covered but a small territory.
WAS A VERY SICK BOY.
But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"When my boy was two years old he
had a very severe attack of bowel,
complaint, but by the use of Chamber
Jairrs Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy we brought him out ail right,"
says Maggie Hickoz, of Midland. Mich.
This remedy can be depended upon in
the most severe cases. Even cholera
infantum is cured by it. Follow the
plain printed directions and a cure is
certain. For sale by
L. C. Butler is at Crofton, Neb.
where he and Chas. Voss have sola a
Mark Nelson returned from Kansas
on Saturday sick but at present is on
spent the later part of the week at
Lake View, enjoying the boat riae
nnd trying to. fish. They claimed? to
have caught lots of fish but as they diu
not bring a single fish home to ve -if.\
their yarn, their friends consider it as
another tish story.
Mias Esther Croncjuist while at S'.oux
City last week unexpectedly met her
father one evening on the street
spent the evening with him. Beicg
Dodd who became uneasy think
ing thof. she had been kidnapped 01
or sp 1 away reported her absenct
to the police. A search was made foi
that th visiting gentlemen would take her bv several police aud at last they
Bnch an unfair aovantage of us, or we 1 found her as she stepped from a car on
would have trained them. But why her way bome to her friend. She was
useless regrets, score 18 to 13 in favor -m prised to learn that a search was
of the viBiting nine. made for her.
TfV'iry uiau 'uiaue 1
a drive to Kiron with salesmen on
John D.Newcom of Stockholm town|
ship made Kiron a visit on Saturday.
He hauled borne another load of !um
ber for new buildings to go up on his
PH. A. SCHLVMBERBER.
Mrs. Oscar Goodrich was in town
Wednesday and Thursday looking after
Eli Molone has secured a good posi
tion in northeast Nebraska and starts
for there Wednesday.
M. W. Maxey went home to Battle
Creek Friday returning Sunday with
wife and bis little son.
Dr. Evans went to Clarinda Wednes
day accompanying John Duff who was
taken there for treatment.
Ettrl Hemphill departed for Colorado
Monday for the benefit of his health.
Tne confinement of the bank has
proved too much for him.
The Arion schools begin next Mon
day. No teachers have yet been hired
since Miss Jordan and Miss Howorth
ajcepted other positions and left us
Dr. Coon will be oS for a vacation
on Wednesday. He will visit St. Paul.
Portland. San Francisco, Los Angeles
and San Diego, returning home over
the Southern route traveling in all
seven thousand miles by rail and BOO
by water from Portland to San Fran
ciscoon the ocean.
It is easy to relieve a cough or cure
a cold after a copious evacution of the
bowels. Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar is tbe Original Lasative
Cough Syrup. It acts on the bowels—
expeh all' cola from the system, and
cures coughs by removing the cause.
This remedy clears the pbelgm and
strengthens the mucous membranes of
the throat, rhest, lungs and bronchial
tubas. The honey bee and the red
clover blossom is on pvery bottle of
Kennedy's Lixative Honey and Tar,
the Original Laxative Coueh Syrup.
Lam Bokn Drcg Co.
Willie Dreesen It quite Bick, a light
attack of sunstroke.
Vet Tread way is visiting some of his
old friends here and i6 having a royal
Herman Dressen's little boy had a
leg broken. A horse running at large
stepped on him.
The Brothersen Bros, have bought a
new corn shelter and are ready for that
new corn crop.
John Auen, Martin Peters, Dick
Groen and a few others took in the
State fair last week.
Mr. Hankie's little boy, living near
Carnarvon, was kicked in the head and
died from the blow. He was buried last
Geo. Swartz is down sick with ap
pendicitis. Miss Alpha Johnson is
suffering with the same trouble and is
uot expected to live.
Some farmers are plowing, some are
stacking between showers, a few are
threshing out of the shock and a few
are cussing the weather.
Four steam threshing machines were
pounding out grain in the neighbor
hood last week. There was quite a
time getting help with so many of the
boys at the fair.
While Geo. Weed, accompanied by
Mrs. lsbeil and Mrs. Hope, was driv
iagto Herring last Monday the team
became frightened and ran awav,
throwing the people out. Mrs. Isoell
was burt quite badly. '.The rest of the
party received no injury.
This is one reason why Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is so valua
ble in consumption. It stops
the wear and tear of useless
coughing. But it does more
—it controls the inflammation,
quiets the fever, soothes, and
heals. Sold for 60 years.
Aver'e CheTrr Pectoral has been a regular
tu'iue It brought me through
a severe attack of and 1 feel
that 1 owe tuy life to
Bus, Cab and Transfer Line
J. MELTOX, Prop.
$ CALLS MADE TO ANY PART OF THE CITY
ft BAGGAGE TO AND FROM THE DEPOTS
$ Prompt Attention to Transfer Business
Let us make
The best o?
that amounts to
M*de bv J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mui.
A"Uo xn&Eufaciurere of
NT BE DECEIVED
See Romans-Holmes Co. About Land
in Lyman County, South Dakota
We guarantee to sell you the best land for less money
anybony else- If we cannot prove it to you we pay
expenses to find it out and we leave it to you to decide,
us before you go with anybody else.
Want to Trade
Want to Trade
CO/WE AND SEE
E. GULICK, Mg'r.
Dr. B. A. Stockdale
DENISON, ONE DAY, WED., SEPT.
From 8 a. m. to 6p.m,
and return every four weeks.
1 can cure you of aoy chroiiic disease that
you may have. Perhaps you do not realize
how much your happiueus depends upon
the state of your health. If you ar? sufferius
from any of the diseasrs, which ruin the lives
or so many men. unfitting them for baslnes
call to see me. I i.au cure you.
If, alter investigation, (which costs you
nothing.) 1 find that 1 cannot cure you, 1 will
toll you so frankly, thus avoiding any ex
pense to you, but
IF I UNDERTAKE YOUK CASE I WILL
if you are suffering from nervous delilllly
I want to tallt to you. I can cure, this trou
ole and, by so doing restore you to health aud
Remember that the longer a case is let
run the harder it is for me to cure and the
more It will cost you.
See me ou iny next visit find let me start
you on the road to htalth.
Call 'Bus Barn*
in Granite and Marble.
L. HILL Denison, Iowa
THAT PINE MALE
CAN TRADE YOU
A W O O N
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
Chronic and Nervous Diseases, Eye, Ear
Heart, Lung and Stomach Troubles, will
be in his office in the Merchant
(Formerly Fargo House,)
I O W A
YOUR' CITY PROPERTY
FOR A GOOD FARM?
THAT STOCK OF GOODS
FOR A GOOD FARM?
c'au successfully treat you for any
Piles and All Rectal Diseases Cored or No Pay.
DR. B. A. STOCKDALE,
Citizen's Bank Building, Des Moines, low*
ness that you may he afliicied with.
or perfect health means the losjj of nearly
every thing that a womau holds dear iu lit®
and if you are cot perfectly well call to
Consultation costs you nothing and Is
ways confidential. Many chronic dlseaset
if taken iu time are easily cured by the
skillet specialist and the cost is so trilling
compared with the suffering endured bi
their ue0'iect, that it is infinitely cheaper ta
be made well again.
If women realize how much their menu
balance depeuded upon their bodily vigor
ihey would not hesitate to be cured, Do not
delay coming to see me but do so at ono*
and you will never regret it.
1 have been instru ental in restoring hap»
plriess to hundreds of unhappy homes an4
have great faith iu my ability to successful!
'treat all diseases peculiar to women.
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