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borne in Denison Tuesday. M. Nelson is from a sore throat. The six children of Mr, Bahnsen •who have been quite sick with scarlet fever and measles, are recovering and the nurse has gone back to Sioux City. Sylva Green has been spending sev eral days with her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs Cruise. Miss Silletto commenced the spring terra of school in the town school on Monday. The Friday club met with Mrs. Maxey last Friday. Mrs. Chas Horn and Mrs. Dr Van Meter drove to Denison Saturday. W. W Coon has purchased the Starkweather property now occupied by Rev. Wolcott, and is making some decided improvements. The lot has been graded and seeded, and the house is to be painted Mr. Coon under stands how to make property desir able. The I. C. Ry To. has been working on the park north of the depot. Special Rain Coat Sale—Saturday April 6th. THE BOYS. Our committee on street work are establishing grades and preparing to have cement walks made. The Hudson Downs residence prop erty has been sold to Dr. VanMeter. Henry Doidge went to Woodbine Saturday and brought several line horses home with him, for which he traded his residence property there. Henry thinks he can make better use of horses on the farm than property so far away that he has been renting. JDoo) City. Frank Sands came up from Omaha Friday evening, William Black came down from Mason City and Helen 81ack from Fort Dodge Saturday. Frank expects to go from here to •Cherryvale.Kan.. and the three young people are meeting here with their many friends, for a few days of pleasant visiting. Mrs. A. L. Curtis returned from the M. E. Hospital at Des Moines Saturday. Her health is much im proved. Mrs. A. C. Heath of Ames was a business visitor here Friday after noon. Uncle Daniel Howorth from Dunlap is visiting his brother Edmund How orth THE ARION ANSWER. Miss Ada Sewell spent Saturday with Miss Newman, the latter return ing home with her to remain over Sunday in Denison. Special Rain Coat Sale—Saturday April 6th. THE BOYS. Miss Pearl Riddle was re-elected AS teacher of the Grammar room at Corwith for the ensuing year, with a raise of five dollars a month on her salary. Guv Whaley was re-elected principal of the same school with a ten dollar raise. We congratulate these worthy young people on their success. MR-S.'.W. B. EVANS, Department Editor. again suffering Mrs Crist of Irwin, called, on her friend, Mrs, Anna Butler. Mrs. Shadden of Crescent, visited her friend, Mrs. E. O. Hoke. I Mrs. Fisher of Rodney, has taken Miss Howortli's place in the school. Miss Howorth will teach in Buck Grove. A short program was given at the M. E. church Sunday evening. The children who took part did credit both to themselves and the ones who .had drilled them. Mrs. E. R. Green, who has been Ihelping care for her mother, Mrs. Downs, who has been ill at Denison, came down to her sister's Mrs. Mott McHenry, Friday. Mr. Green came Saturday and they returned to their home at Overton Monday. Arthur Butterworth is spending a few days with his parents. Mrs. L. A. Vore was a Denison visitor Saturday. The awnings have been torn away from the post office and the W. V. Whaley buildings, whichjgreatly im proves the looks of the main street. HOW IT ACTS. and Dr. for There is no waiting weeks months for relief while taking Drummond's Lightning Remedies rheumatism. Some cases of years standing have been cured with one treatment. Relief and benefit are felt from the first and if the treat ment is persisted in the stiff joints and drawn cords are restored. If your druggist has not got these remedies do not take anything else. Describe your case and send $5 to the Drum mond Medical Co. New York and the full month's treatment of two large bottles will be sent to your express address. Richard Beardsley.a mason employ ed on the new hotel building, died at the city hospital last Tuesday night. For some time he had been afflicted with acute rheumatism and it finally attacked his heart and ended fatally. Mr. Beardsley was well liked by those who knew him and was famil iarly known as "Denver" by his fel low workmen. His reftiains were sent to Creston, Iowa, where he had rela- J. U. Wise was in Council Bluffs Saturday preparing to move his house hold goods here. Ed Green of Overton. Neb., visited at the home of Hudson Downs. Mrs. Henderson and daughter, who have been visiting Mrs. Garret, went to their home in Minnesota Monday. Mrs. Peter Eggers, of Denison, ac companied Mrs. Geo. Smith to Arion, where she took the Milwaukee train for Sioux City, where she now resides. James Nelson and wife visited at the home of Wm Cory. Mesdames W, B. Evans and Coon drove to the sounty seat, .vionday. Morris McHenry and wife are moving on the farm much to the joy their friends. Mail carrier Milton Doidge and assistant, Percy Doidge, are recover ing from an attack of the measles. Garfield Rule spent Sunday at the parental home and returned to his work in Dunlap Monday, where he has a position in Andrew Rule's hardware store. Mrs Cora Beech visited for several days with friends and relatives, but has now returned to her home in Omaha. On Sunday March 31st. death enter ed the home ot Mr. and Mrs Iiillie Newman and took their little baby aged live weeks and two days, after an illness of only four days. God in his mysterious providence took from them the little one who had been loved and caressed and idolized by the fond parents for so short a space. The home circle has been broken and a va cant place made that causes the great est sorrow that can come to a home. May they remember the words of the Savior who said, "Of such is the King dom of Heaven The funeral ser vices were, held Tuesday forenoon in the Congregational church and the re mains laid away in the Buck Grove cemetery. The fatally has the sym pathy of the community in their hour of bereavement. Jackson Miss Anna Hendrickson has return ed home from a visit with her sister in O'Brien county. Fred Obman of Sac is visiting with Mr Hans Hendrickson. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gunn visited at the home of Alva Harmon Sunday. The hot weather and change of feed used up one of Harry Weed's horses just in the spring time of work. Too bad, as horses are needed pretty badly just now. Mrs. rapk Weed Sundayed over in Carroll with her brother, Mr. Cary Dean. Mr. John Lucy, the horse trader, is showing off some of the horses he has to sell in Jackson. Logan Sherwood bought a new horse last week and lost it on the way home School at No. 2 commences next Monday after a few weeks of rest, Miss Riley being teacher. John Downey has built anew liog house Special Rain Coat Sale—Saturday April 6th. THE BOYS. The new individual glasses have ar rived at the prohibition parlors at Herring now, and any one fooling with mine is likely to get the bounce. Mrs. John Kelly presented her hus band with a fine "Easter Lily" in the shape of a line baby girl. It caused a smile to spread over Jacks face that ought to last twenty-one years. The children were picking wind (lowers on the hills Easter Sunday. Fred Mann is building a new hog house. f-'i Frank Lorenzen is back from Okla homa after locatina his land and "planking down" to Uncle am Quite a number of young people at tended Easter church services at Wall Lake Sunday. Select Varieties of Garden and Flower Seeds at The Balle-Brodersen Co. 13-3t The and Candy St All Bakery Goods are First Class v* Party Orders and Wedding Cakes Our Specialty. IK J^icketts. Chas. Thompson and wife moved to South Dakota the first of the week. His position as section foreman is being filled by Mr. Lyons, who moved his family up from Soldier this week. Mr. Carmody, the State Bank Ex aminer. made our Bank a call on Thursday. The Green Bay Lumber Co.. have had such a rushing business of late that Mr. Vollerts6n was compelled to look for help. A son of Christ Bielow commenced work at the yard Monday. Mrs. Whitla of Ute was a visior at the Kreymborg home the first of the week. Dr. McWilliam3 of Charter Oak. was a caller in our town Thursday. He was accompanied by Miss Nellie McGrath the nOrse at the Charter Oak hospital. Mrs. Herman Krohnke and Pauline Voss came down from Schleswig Fri day to spend the day at the Voss home. B. I. Goodrich took a vacation Frr daj and visited his brother at Kiron. Born, to Henry Rosberg and wife, a son. Dick Engelking shipped stock to Omaha this week. Mrs. Segeman of Schleswig visited at the Dorflar home this week. S. Mrs. John Hoffman spent last week at the home of H. Riedessel in Char ter Oak. Hugh Miller went to Ute Saturday evening to spend Sunday with his folks at home. While the family of Albert Moss were attending the Hanover church Friday, they received a message that their little one .year old son at home was dying. The little one had suffer ed from liver complaint ever since its birth, but did not seem dangerously ill. This family seems to be having more than its share of sorrow. Less than six months ago they buried an older child at the Soldier cemetery where this little one was laid to rest on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Rudolph Moore of Leeds visit ed with the family of John Dorflart this week. Claus Munster was down from Boyer Saturday transacting business. Rev. Runge of the Hanover church preached a/n Easter sermon in Rick etts Sunday afternoon. L. F. Kreymborg aftd wife called on Charter Oak triends Saturday evening. Chris Vollertson of Charter Oak spent Sunday with Jhis folks at Rick etts. Freda Voss was shopping in Deni son Saturday. J. C. Jacobsen and wife made an Now is the Time Here is the Place To get your. t. Pi $ I ... over Sunday visit with relatives at Charter Oak. Special Rain Coat Sale—Saturday April 6th. THE BOYS. Mrs. H. R. Timm. Master Karl Gary, and the Misses Hoffman and Vollertson attended the Easter con cert at Charter Oak Sunday evening. Sct)iesu)ig John Schmidt of Denison was in Schleswig Friday.. Otto and MagnUs Hollander took Magnus' mother to Denison on Tues day where she left for her home in Charlotte. Ia., after a six week's vis it in Schleswig. A. E. Schultz has received his new soda fountain and will have it run ning in a few days. The M. W. A. gave a dance in the Schleswig hall last Tuesday night which was well attended. John Vogeland, Julius Kirstorf drove to Denison on business Thurs day. Herman Boock and father drove to Denison Thursday. Floyd Carter and Ben Witt made Denison a visit Tuesday. Paul Jepsen who left for Chicago and Clinton about a week ago return ed to his home in Schleswig Saturday evening. Gustav Stegemann and family were in Denison Thursday. E. A. Christianson of Battle Creek will open his new store next to- the Krohnke building next week. Grand ball at the Schleswig opera house Saturday evening April 6th everybody cordially invited. Gust Martens ot Kiron is working for W. H. Schroeder at Schleswig. Roy Towne of Denison was up at Schleswig on business Saturday. Frank Stegeman who. went to Chicago with cattle last week, re turned to his home near Schleswig Saturday. Mrs. Claus Peters and son where shopping in Denison Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Allard of Denison drove up from Denison Sunday. Special Rain Coat Sale—Saturday April 6th. THE BOYS. EASTERN STAR INSPECTION On last evening there was inspec tion at the. Eastern Star lodge. Mrs. Letta Chandler of Fonda was present as Deputy Grand Matron. Denison has a strong Star organization there being about seventy-five members, many of whom are active. Our local ladies of course made proper arrange ments to entertain the inspecting officer. i, The Hover-W.heeler-Bond' Orchestra will give one of their Saturday night dances on April 6th. SUCCESSFUL PLOWING Can always be accomplished in all sections and under all con ditions, by the Success Plow. It is a frameless plow that will last a lifetime. It has been on the market for years, has been tried and proved, and is, beyond question, the simplest, most perfect and most popular riding plow of its class now in use. THE P. & O. CANTON SUCCESS PLOW Is the best and cheapest plow [or the following reasons: It does the same work as plows that cost a great deal more. It costs loss than other riding plows be* cause it is made oC fewer parts, On account o( its having fewer parts it wont get out of order. .! Plows set out of order because thev are complicated. The Success isn't complicated—it's very simple. A plow that won't get out of order is what you want, isn't it? You would call such a plow strong and durable. ,(1 ...... That's why the Success Plow is named "SUCCESS". Being less expensive than others, doing first-class work, possessing the essen "litv, the tiurreM deserves all we claim for The best is always the cheapest. tial qualities of strength and durability That is why it is the cheapest. Maxwell & Willroth. TERMS—Twelve bearing 8 per cent interest. J. W. SMITH, Auctioneer. My Spring Farm Machinery Equipped with the best bot toms made, adjustable front axle dust-proof removable wheel boxes adjustable rear wheel easily set for any or a with large or small horses light draft and easily oper ated—a perfect plow. The Kentucky Force Feed Seeders, Administrator's Sale I will offer at public sale at the John O'Connor Spring Grove farm, one mile south of Denison, on east side Lutheran cemetery, oa Tuesday, April 9th, Commencing at 10 o'clqck a. m., the following property.: One bay team, 13 and 14 years old, weight 2800 one black mare 7 years old, weight 1300, a tine roadster one bay mare, 15 years old, weight 1200 two colts, one two years old and one yearling. 39 head of good two-year-old heifers. 10 brood sows with pig. 8 have pigs by side. -i -f/' 12 dozen chickens. MACHINERY—2 wagons, spring wagon, mower, 2 hay rakes, harrow, 16-inch plowi disc, bob-sled, hay rack, cornplanter with 100 rods wire, seedr, cultivator, round watering tank, 6 spools of galvanized wire, 2 sets harness, 1 set fly nets. This machinery is all nearly new and in good order. About 500 bushels of corn 50 bushels of oats "25 bushels of potatoes and 6 tons of wild hay. Cook stove, heating stove, household goods and other articles. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. PROMPT ATTENTION TO PHONE ORDERS The Good Old Canton Line Is Never Beat Any Place. Guaranteed any place to be as good as any seeder put out Canton Discs and spaders, Tongue and Tongueless. The Disc will work in wet or dry and beat anything' on the market. tr Manure Spreaders. The Appleton has always given the best of satisfaction Have You Ever Tried a Corn Grader? They are one of the best things on the market something that will give an even of corn. mm* c.'- •v':-V -'Vii Come in it, ar see page ri months time will be given on approved notes P. W. Sullivan, 1 The Broadway Meat Markets C. M. JENSEN, Prop. Has a well earned reputation for the best in Fresh Meats, Fish, Oysters, Smoked, Meats Hams, Bacon and Sausage. CAPITAL, sioo.ooo. DEPOSITS, SSOO.OOO. Craulford. Coiztjty State £ai?k, fienison, Iouta- The Best Security General Liaukiiig OuNincNN Farm Loans at 5 for depositors Doue. por cent Interest Incorporated under the laws ot Iowa, giving best security to depositors, as each share-holder Is holden not only for amount of stock, but his personal property Is holden for a like amount also. State Banks are under control of State Auditor, who can examine them at will and published statements are according to his findings, thus depositors have more securi'y than their confidence in the bank's olMoers. Capital stock can not be used for outside speculation or investment. The Crawford County State Bank is the best Incorporated banking institution in the county PASSABE TICKETS SOLD. INSURANCE WRITTEN- LOANS NEGOTIATED. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED. DIRECTORATE: L. Corn well, Pres. George Nieve, V-Pres. M. E. Jones, Oash. C. J. Returning, Asst. Cash I Administrator. DIRECTORS: L. Cornwell,George Naeve, H. P. Schwartz, C. Tabor, J. P. Conner. Old Canton Plows. Riding and oldest and world. 1 Walking, best line The in the The Best Wind Mill ever put out in the wind The "Star" Ball bearing. Also furnish ail pump fittings, tank, pipes etc. Corn Planters. No 3 Canton Edge Drop, and the the Parlin Hill Drop insure you perfect planting and a good stand. We carry a fine line of BUGGIES on our warehouse floor GOOD GOODS I GUARANTEED TO BE RIGHT.... I fe-J- IS _i Also W A O N S gfgfl Carload of New Spting Goods Just in. We are here to show you—Give us a chance. If good honest goods and fair dealing will win your trade, we will try to get it- If anything is not right you know we will make it right. S)enismf Java. 1 ifr 'A 'i't 'X Jl #«».