J. L. Bojrer of Grant Center has
been appointed station agent here in
place of Frank Fowler who has re
signed. He has not arrived yet but
an agent is here as relief man.
Mr. Grill and wife are the happy
parents of a little daughter born re
Mrs. Erastus Thew has been enjoy
ing a visit from her daughter from
Denison for a few days.
Mr. Lee of Arion was in town Mon
day looking up cement work. There
is a lot of it to be done here soun.
Ray Moffit and sister Vernie were
county seat visitors Tuesday.
Henry Hink transacted business in
Ernest Stegeman io the next one to
be the proud possessor of a new ce
ment walk. Sidney Bonney did the
work last week. Who will be the next?
Ben Quathamer drove to Denison
Saturday morning on a business trip.
Mrs. Julius Mahler and four chil
dren of Denison arrived Wednesday
for a few days visit with relatives in
this vicinity. Her first stopping place
was with her sister Mrs. Ed. Stahl.
Robert Moffitt is having the interior
of his house newly decorated. Geo.
Igo is doing the work.
John Davis and wife of Canada are
visiting in this vicinity and expect to
remain for a couple of weeks. They
spent Wednesday with J. Moffitt
Tom White jr. left for Sioux City
Thursday where he hopes to secure
work for the fall and winter.
Rev. Wright of Defiance was enter
tained by R. J. Moffitt and family
Daniel Cruise left Tuesday for
South Dakota. He went to look after
his farming interests near Armour.
If he finds a place to suit him he may
move there in order to be near his
Messrs. Lawrence Hagan and Fred
Bean attended the Democratic conven
tion in Denisun Saturday.
Pearl Bonney arrived home from
Denison Friday where she has been
attending school for several months.
Ernest Stegeman drove to Denison
Bernice Bonney, Ola Hodgell, and
the Misses Lucy and Ella Kane airived
home from institute Saturday.
The council met in special session
Thursday and passed side walk ordin
Frank Bills and wife are the happy
parents of a baby daughter who arriv
ed last Tuesday.
The old town well which has been
of no use for the past ten years, has
beeri'icondemned and will be filled up,
which is the best thing that the "city
-Dads" have done yet.
James O'Meara and wife and little
Jm? Leo were county seat visitors Satur
Jasper Haines left Monday to attend
the State Fair. I
Ethel Legg of Jefferson arrived Sun
day for a few days visit with her
Aunt Mrs. Daniel Cruise.
Mrs. Burnt, the new barber's wife
is now clerking for Mr. Hink, in his
Mrs. Cora Biggs of near Denison
drove over Sunday to spend the day
with her mother Mrs. Cruise.
Last Sunday was the last pne here
for Rev. Wright. Services were held
in the afternoon at the M.E. church.
His congregation regret to lose this
pastor, but hope that his successor
will fulfill Jys duties as faithfully
Fred Gigax of Schleswig was" call
ing on Buck Grove friends Sunday.
•jti Minnie and Lillie Paulson entertain
ed a few of their young friends Sun
day afternoon and evening. Those
.present were the Messrs Emil and
k'Walter Hugg, Forest and Roy Moffitt
^nd the Misses Pearl and Bernice
trip to Wheatland, Wyoming Sunday
night. He says he enjoyed the trip
Harley Chase and Peter Winn went
to the State Fair on Monday.
Thos. Rae of Arion took the train
east from here Monday. He was on
his way to the State Fair.
Dr. Bonney who has been trying
for some time to enter the field of
literature, has at last made a start,
and has sold two of his short stories,
one of which has already been pub
lished in the Ten Story Magazine.
As it is very hard for a new writer to
get recognition, the Doctor is to be
congratulated on his success.
FROM THE ANTILLES.
Chamberlain's Cough Hemetly Benefits
a City Councilman at Kingston,
Mr. W O'Reilly Fogartv, who is a
raemDer of the City Council at Kings
ton, Jamaica. West Indies, writes as
follows: "One bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy had good effect
on a cough that was giving nie trouble
and 1 thir.k I should have been more
quickly relieved if I had continued the
remedy That it was beneficial and
quick in relieving me there is no doubt
and it is my intention to obtain an
other bottle."' For sale by
Mrs. John Green who has been quite
sick for a couple of weeks is feeling
Owing to the extremely warm
weather, Mr. Hink decidcd to put off
opening school here, until September
third. The school house will be
thoroughly cleaned this week and every
thing will be in readiness for next
Robert Beutel of Schleswig spent
.Sunday at home.
Sidney Bonney has been busy out in
the cemetery for a few days doing ce
ment work. Sidney says he could
make more money this fall at that
work than at teaching school, but as
he has taken a school in Shelby county
he will fulfill his contract.
Bert Cruise was among sereval to
go from here to the State Fair at Des
Uonney and Vernie and Lura Moffit.
A fine supper was served and later in
the evening other refreshments were
served. The guests had a royal good
time and all are anixous to go again
Mrs. June Slater left last week for
pn extended visit with relatives in
the Eastern, part of the state.
Bessie Larson of Nebraska is visit
ing her sister Mrs. Clara Tranter for
..a few weeks.
Mrs. Alkire who has been keeping
house for Mr. Williams and family
left Saturday for her home in Denver,
Colorado. She expects to take about
a month's vacation.
fe'i Robert Moffitt returned from his
W. E. KOKXKMAX.
Mrs. Gunn went to Sac City to visit
Mr. Stevens and wife.
Geo. Gunn bought some cattle to
put in the feed yard.
Alva Harmon has rented theJahnke
farm east of the county line.
The republicans of Jackson will
hold a caucus Saturday evening Sept.
1st at 7. .m. at the Center school
John Wagoner, an old time resident
of Sac county dropped dead on the
streets in Odebolt Friday Aug. 26 of
Allen Stevens, brother of Mrs. E.
J. Gunn died in Florida on Thursday
Aug. 23. Mr. Stevens came to Sac
County in 1871 with his father.
Mr. John Lamaek was
with the heat one day last
went insane. He was taken
asylum by his brother Fred.
Some of the boys went to the Coon
river and the water being low they
were able to catch fish in their hands.
The fish ranged in weight from 1J
pounds to five pounds. A German carp.
Martin Peters has had a bad time
with one of his teeth. His face was
swollen and the pain was so bad he
had to call the doctor. Blood poison
ing has set in and be will have a hard
John Dose lost one of his most val
uable horses in the creek. Guess we
will have to pull the creeks out and
put them on the top of the hills.
Some smart alecks tried to enter
Ed. Downey's house one night last
week but were frightened away by
one of the young ladies.
In this state it is not necessary to
serve a five days' notice for eviction
of a cold. Use the original laxative
cough syrup, Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. No opiates. Sold by
Lamborn Drug Co.
Dan and Ella Fink spent Sunday at
S. D. Newtons.
Mrs. A. D. Winey and son were so
badly poisoned while gathering plums
that they required medical aid. They
are getting along as well as can be
Hannibal Fink shelled corn Monday.
The Anderson boys shelled on their
place near Deloit Tuesday.
Mr. Baurnan and wife were Denison*
Mrs. Henry Snell and daughter Cora
came in from Schaller Thursday after
noon and expect to remain until after
the Old Settler's picnic as the guests
of E. R. Snell.
Rev. W. C. Lee made a flying rip
to Deloit Thursday P. M. and went
to Lake City Friday P. M. where he
will spend a few days with his brother
J. T. Lee.
L. F. Morris entertained Mrs. S.
D. Newton and family, Wm. Cose and
wife and Miss Leonard at dinner
Friday in honor of Rev. W. C. Lee.
Will Andreson took the train for the
State Fair on Saturday. He will
also visit relatives south of Des
Moines before returning horns. His
brother Harry expects to go this week
to the Fair.
L. F. Morris and daughter and Miss
Leonard were the guest of Mrs. S. D.
A. D. Winey is remodeling his
Mrs. Robertson spent Friday at her
father-in-law's near Deloit.
Broder Boysen and family were in
Deloit Saturday evening.
Fine wading in the Boyer. If you
dont' believe it ask a couple of Iowa's
popular school maa'ms.
Don't drag along with a dull, bil
lious, heavy feeling. You need a
pill. Use DeWitt's Little Early
Risers, the famous little pills. Do
not sicken or gripe, but results are
sure. Sold by Lamborn Drug Co.
Mrs. Pearl Buuneyerd, Susan B.
Chambers, Miss Maggie Johnston,
James Simmons, Sam Sigal.
F. W. Meyers, Postmaster.
THE DENISON REVIEW, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1906.
Mrs. Herrig returned to
Tuesday after a few days
Maggie Regan was visiting at the
Kruger home the first of the week.
She returned to Denison Tuesday. She
has resigned her position as teacher in
the school here and has accepted a
like position in the West Side school.
Aug. Schultz and wife returned
Tuesdsy from a few week's pleasant
visit in Colorado.
John Ehler was a West Side busi
ness caller on Wednesday.
T. P. and Ingwert Hollander went
to Omaha Monday.
was a Denison
M. A. Lorenzen
M. McVeigh of Odebolt was trans
acting business down here on Wed
Chas. Tamm returned Wednesday
morning from Chicago where he had
been with stock.
Dr. Fuester has decided to locate
in Ricketts permanently in the future.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jepsen
Thursday Aug. 23 a daughter.
Mrs. Kruger is enjoying a visit
from her sister Mrs. Claude Paine of
Vail this week.
The Mesdames Lloyd and Misner
left Thursday for a few days visit in
On Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 the
fire bell rang and the C. H. Kuhlman
barn was discovered to be on fire. The
firemen were soon on hand and the
fire was soon out but the barn was
badly damaged. The fire caught in the
hay and it was a hard place to get at
as there were no outside doors, then
because the firemen chopped a hole
in the gable end so as to get a stream
of water on the flames the owner be
came offended and called the firemen
down for such work after they had
worked so hard and several of them
getting their clothes soaking wet be
sides later on one of the fire boys were
put under arrest, but went before the
mayor and paid his fine. This is the
kind of thanks they received for their
kindness. There may be a time some
the' day when he will wish to receive help
again. It is a long road that has no
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as a Safe
Medicine for Children.
In buying a cough medicine for
children, nevet be afraid to buy
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy There
is no danger from it, and relief is 'al
ways sure to follow. It is intended
especially for coughs, colds, croup
and whooping cough, and there is no
better medicine in the world for those
diseases. It is not only a certain cure
for croup, but, when given as soon as
the croupy cough appears, will pre
vent the attack. Whooping cough is
not dangerous when this remedy is
given as directed. It contains no
opium or other harmful drugs, and
may be given as confidently to a baby
as to an adult. For sale by
W. E. KOEXKMAX, Sf®'
Tom Howlet is reshingling his
house and is going to paint it which
will improve it very much.
Bernard Bamford changed cars here
for his home in Denison.
Mrs. Weber of Denison visited with
her siser Mrs. Milo Kelly.
John Eggers and wife returned
from their trip to Crofton, Neb.
They enjoyed the trip very much and
were well pleased with the country
A great many nice looking school
teachers passed through here on their
way to Charter Oak and Manilla.
Several of our young people attend
ed the street fair in Charter Oak.
All say that it was good.
The following people of Arion at
tended the fair at Des Moines. Mr.
and Mrs. Maurer, Mr. Blackstone,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bulter and Dr.
The many friends of Benjamin Tal
cott regret to know that he has been
Aunt Maggie Talcot writes from
Biddeford, Maine that she is having
a very pleasant time.
Percy Doidge has resigned his
position with the Arion Mercantile,
Co., and is now doing carpenter work.
Percy is ambitious and trusty and can
always find wcrk.
Sylva and Opal McColl spent a few
days at the pleasant country home of
Milo Kelly. T®
The school house has recently been
cleaned and the necessary prepar
ations for another successful school
year. Cement crossings have been
put in and the streets are being grad
ed for cement walks
Miss Lewis and Irene Cummings
went to Gray and spent, a number of
Those who are gaining flesh
and strength by regular treat
should continue the treatment
in hot weather: smaller dose
anda little cool milk with it will
do away with any objection
which is attached to fatty pro
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & HOWNE, Chemists,.
409-415 Pearl Street, New Yprk.
50c. and 1.00 all druggists.
A new line of
week, and is now
days at the home of Miss Lewis.
After having spent three weeks at
Wall Lake the family of L. C. Butler
The young people's class decided to
give an ice cream social at the home
of Wm. Kevan's.
Mr. and Mrs.. Delbert Lee spent a
few days with friends near Ute.
Carrie Phillipy and Jessie Milford
of Woodbine called on friends here
A man who was crippled in hands
and feet was a sad sight here. Said
his car fare was paid this far from
Carroll, Marshal Mackey solicited
means for him to go to Council Bluffs
where he has friends.
Mr. Wigg is again at his accustom
ed place as I. C. station agent. Mr.
Wigg and family have many warm
friends here who are glad to welcome
them back to Arion.
Arion is to have a Produce Fair
here Sept 22. Arrangements are
rapidly becoming completed. An
interesting time is insured.
Frank Schafer and wife of Omaha
are visiting friends in this locality.
N. F. Stillson has purchased of W.
W. Coon the resident lots north of the
school house and will at once erect a
residence. In the mean time they
will occupy the room over the bank.
Otis Nelson has purchased the resi
dence that Mr. Stillson now occupies.
This is a cozy little home and will be
very convenient for Mr. Nelosn as it
is so near the mercantile store where
he is employed.
N. R. Wilder was a business caller
Dan Wingrove and Jacob Kepford
are at the State Fair for a few days.
Several of our young people atttend
ed a party given at the home of Wm.
McDonald on last Tuesday evening.
It was a surprise on Miss Nellie Mc
Donald. The young people prepared
a very nice luncheon that was enjoyed
by all. The evening was an ideal one
and many games were engaged in by
A world of truth in a few words:
"Nearly all other cough cures are
constipating, especially those contain
ing opiates. Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar move the bowels.
Contains no opiates." You can get
it at Lamborn Drug Co.
pith the opening of the schools comes the demand for new clothes for the children and we des're
to call your attention to our new. nobby and up to date line of Hoy's. Youth's and
Children's Clothing. The assortment is the largest we have ever carried, and the styles
are the chociest. A call will convince you that our goods are the best. -,
Remember, we have but One Price to all.
piece suits.. Just the thing to start the bovs to school 1 1 I
complete line of Gent's Furnishings always
on hand and ready for your inspection......
I DON'T GET THE IDEA
gj|j£ That ycu can buy a good watch for less money than
E, C, Chamberlin, the Jeweler, can sell it to you for.
E. C. CHAMBERLIN, Jeweler and Optician.
EXCURSION TO CARNIVAL
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA.
Via the North-Western Line,
cursion tickets will be sold at reduc
ed rates Sept. 4 to S, inclusive.
Apply to agents Chicago & North
GRAND ARMY MEETING.
John A Logan Post G. A. II. meets
2nd and 4th Saturdays in each month
at 2 o'clock P. M. in McHenry Hall.
John L. Uich.u'dson
Ladies and Gentlemen's Clothes
Cleaned and Repaired by
Steam and dry Cleaning
Rush Orders Our Specialty
First door north of Review Building
Boy's and Youth's
In this department of our store we have a
complete and up-to-date line, at prices that
are within the reach of all?
A handsome showing of all the
styles and makes. Single and
double breasted, two and three
1 ices to suit the pocketbook.
The Broadway Market
Has everything you want for the table in the line of
Fresh Salt and Smoked Meats. Fish'
Game and Poultry of all kinds in their
Phone Crders receive prompt and careful atten
will convince You that we
.handle only the best there is to be had in
the Meat Line,
Chas. iVIetieigH Prop.
Ask For A Reyiew Map.
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