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A GOOD MARKET.
Arion has always been a good hog market but has lately forged to the front as the best market in the county, not only in stock but in grain, the price on grain being from one to five cents per bushel better, and the prices paid for hugs bringing a great many from the surrounding neighborhoods here to market. THE YELLOW PERIL. We have read many articles on the .yellow peril, but have thought it too far away to be very interesting to us Iowa people. But since these warm 'days we are reminded that we have a yellow pest if not a peril right at our doors, his honor the Dandelion. We believe the father of the law authorizing a bounty on gophers should have completed his work and put a bounty cn dandelions or a fine for letting them grow. We have found it useless to try to keep them out of our lawn when the streets and adjoining lots are full of them. Let's exterminate the pest by concerted action, we understand there is a treat ment advertised by the druggists which is supposed to cause them to take to the woods, but as we have not tried the remedy we can not vouch for its efficiency. SPENDING MONEY AWAY FROM HOME. We notice an article in the Iowa State Register and Farmer headed American money abroad, the article takes notice of the fact that money spends better away from home and quotes the following news item, to illustrate. John W. Gates is going into foreign grouse shooting. With his son, Charles G.. the railroad magnate has leased for five years the 7,000 acres of woodland upon the hunting preserve of the Marquis de Auvaus in France. The preserve is said to furnish the finest pheasant and grouse shooting in Europe. The hunting season f6r grouse and pheasants in France begins in September and finishes with Octo ber. Mr. Gates has announced that, with his son, he will spend the entire two months of each of the five years on the preserve. The above is just another stage of the American idea that things are better when bought away from home, we fail to understand why, but they seem to look better at a distance. Of course there are a number of different motives for spending money away from home, and in our years of obser vation the following are a few of the most common reason why (although not always admitted) that people spend Something New Every Week. mm® 1 MITCHELL Best Flour MITCHELL Best Flour $1.15 $1.15 5 sack lots $1.10. 5 sack lots $1.10. E A I O N A N O I I CHAR.LES D. HORN, Department Editor. I money abroad, we mean by that out side of their home towns, some don't often have ready cash, when a small amuunt falls into their hands, want to make as big a splurge of spending it as possible, others think they must have something different than neigh bor Jones' wife and hunt some far off town to circumvent Mrs. Jones. Such people would never join the salvation army (too much similarity in dress), then comes the bargain hunters who will usually pay from 50 cents to $5.00 for railroad fare, for a dinner at some hotel, and numerous other little peanut and candy b'lls. to get a 50 cent article 49 cents. There is also the class who have no minds of their own who allow their busy-body neighbor or friend who may have an axe to grind or have a sore spot against the home merchant to in fluence them to try out of town trad ing if it be nothing more than roe searbuck. We have always felt that out of each dollar spent at home at least one half got back to the spender in some shape. We believe this holds true between towns, states or nations. Mrs. Maurer and Mrs. Maxey were Denison visitors Thursday. Pat Hederman received another car of hay last week for retail. Miss Cavanaugh of Charter Oak changed cars here Friday for Denison. Frank Gibson of Denison called on his niece Mrs. Chas. Horn last Thurs day. Tne Arion Mill Co. received a car of fine wheat from Arcadia Wednes day. Jennie Rae and Mrs. Olive Talcott took the morning train for Denison Friday. Cashier Hemphill of Buck Grove was in Arion on business Tuesday evening. Elmer Newkirk of west of Kenwood delivered hogs to N. P. Underhill Thurday. Martin Conroy added to the im provements of his farm by building anew hog house. Dr. L. M. Coon took the Milwau kee train here Wednesday for Sioux City. The Doctor is getting to be quite a real estate man. A. W. Bannick, Secretary of the Western Mutal Life Insurance Co. of Council Bluffs, was in town Friday. Mr. Bannick formerly lived in Wilton. The. ladies .aid society met, at Mrs. Stilson's last Thursday and Friday and completed a quilt for Mrs. Chas. Horn which was pieced by her aunt Mrs. Frank Gibson of Denisun. A titore for tveri(bcdi(. after price is forgotten. ^l! /•S&jur UR stock of low cut shoes are unexcelled in quality,§|J||f style and workmanship. They are the kind that give ease and comfort. Quality ...remains Jong 3 J* it O Ladies' Oxfords Misses' Oxfords Children's Oxfords, $(.00 tfp to $2.75. 90c *p to $1.35. 50c «p to $J.0Q. When in need of a good Sewing Machine, don't fail to see our lines, which in- elude the Wheeler &: Wilson, Domestic, Singer, White, and a few other makes. Complete attachments with each machine, and guaranteed to do perfect work. Prices range from*^ c/:" $35.00 DOWN TO $7.50! Vapor Gasoline Stove—The explode- Let us demonstrate it to you FULL LINE OF Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Furniture, Hardware, Pumps, Harness, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Groceries and Queensware, Bring your Produce. Old Fistniture Mended and Varnished HOG FENCE AND BARB WIRE THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1907. Little Francis Larson is down with the measles. Mrs. J. U. Wise went to Council Bluffs Friday. Frank Bixler of Kenwood delivered hogs here Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Brake of Dow City was shopping in Arion Thursday. John Reimers of Denison township sold hogs to N. P. Underhiil Wednes day. B. M. McElwain of west of Ken wood marketed hogs in Arion Wed nesday. C. E. Robinson has taken charge of the night work at the tower, coming from Otis. Grace/Howorth of Dow City stay ed over night Wednesday with her friend Rea Cummings. Dr. Waterhouse of Charter Oak drove his auto to Arion Thursday and took the train for Omaha. The band boys had their practice in the school house Thursday on account of Mr. Carroll's sickness. Mrs. C. C. Tripp was in Denison Sunday and spent the day with her daughter Mrs. Frank Bolton. Fred Lenz and Wolf Evers were among the Denison township farmers who delivered hogs here last week. Mr. Aney, cf the Black Loam Journal force spent Sunday at Under wood Iowa at the home of his people. Floyd Hummel, the night tower man went to Logan Thursday to make a short visit with his parents and will go from there to New Mexico. Wm. Dannels and his foreman of Denison have been down putting the dome on the resevoir for Thos. Rae which Mr. Dannels put in for him two years ago. With the courage born of curiosity Percy Doidge undertook the riding of the Modern Woodmen goat last Tues day. We leave it this brother Wood men to tell of his success. Mrs. O. W. Nelson arid son Donald went to Woodbine Thursday to spend the remainder of the week with Mr. Nelson who is in charge of the J. L. Maurer & Co. store there. Riley Talcott has some big sand contracts to fill at Charter Oak and Manilla, which keeps his teams busy and causes him to hire some extra But Riley has the sand and will keep it moving. Our town Marshal A. J. Mackey nabbed a would be tough Thursday who had taken a few too many. The mayor gave him 30 to think it over and he was taken to the county jail at once. Strawjp hats, HI Sunbonnets. (HP 1 V? kind that can't issisa Choice Tomato Choice Tomato and Cabbage Plants. and Cabbage Plants. [QE Ethel Sprague is reported sick. Wm. Antrim was in Arion Monday. A. A. Luke of Dow City called on us Monday. Uncle Morris McHenry was in town Monday. O. W. Nelson was home from Woodbine over Sunday. Its an ill wind that blows nobody good. It started the ice man. C. E. Robinson night man at the tower went to Sioux City Monday. Joe McColl was looking after bus iness interests in Arion Saturday. Mrs. Fisher went to Manilla Sat urday. returing to Charter Oak to spend Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Evans took dinner Sunday with her son Dr. Frank at Dow City Sunday. Thecil Hemphill of Buck Grove spent Saturday and Sunday at the L. C. Butler home. Art Culver and Orval Rule drove Denison Saturday evening. They were accompanied by Miss Slaybough and Fern Butler. to Chas. Carroll who has been very sick is improving each day with good prospects of complete recovery. His mother and sister of Waterloo are with him. J. N. Lee is very busy putting in new cement walks, which add greatly to the town's appearance. He is now at work for Levi Green, Mrs. Doidge and Jim Nelson. John Seivers shipped five cars of cattle and two of hogs from here Monday, making 16 cars in all since April 1st, shipped by him. John is one of our largest and most successful feeders. The wind was strong enough Sun day to do some damage. The train men report that it took the roof off of two box cars in a freight train on the Milwaukee between Arion and Buck Grove. Burton Evans came home last week and will visit with the folks until Monday when he will go to Aberdeen. D. to take a position with the local telephone company there. Elza Winters who used to work for the telephone company here will accom any him to Dakota. Broadway Druggist. aud Chamberlain's Celic. Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy. There is probably no medicine made that is relied upon with more implicit confidence than Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dur ing the third of a century in which it has been in use, people have learn ed that it is the one remedy that never fails. When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take. For sale by L. E. Blosser, AllWi it OLD I NO GO-CARlli UPRIGHT, IN USE HED. MEASURES I6VIX27HX+VIINCHES Most practical Go-^art made—can be carried anywhere. FOR SALE BY BARTCHER BROS., Denison, Iowa *5o \Vve I •, atw\.e,s\o\xw CexvUxmaV &Kpos\Vv<m, "Kot^oVV.,"Oa. Tickets on sale daily with limits of 15 days, i!0 days and Dec. 15th. »iy\.\)6YSB TLouU ma %zw X(erk One way. 011 (30 Day and Season tickets. Apply to any Illinois Central Ticket Agent, tor rates, particulars as to stoi-overs. etc.. or auuress the undersigned for rates and uiustruted printed matter. H. J. PHELPS Division Pass. Agent. I. C. R. LI. Dubuque. Iowa. i' •tip "'M A. A. Conrad, Dealer in General Merchandise Arion, Iowa. Sole Agent for the celebrated "Sunflower Shoes" Every pair Guaranteed. VARNCVLAC Makes old floors and furniture new.,..,. 12 dozen Men's and Boy's Shifts at 69, 49, 27 and 19c each. All Phonographs Talk. Hardware, Dry Good, Groceries Hats and Caps, Screen Doors, Wire Cloth, Shoes, Jewelery, Gloves, Mittens, everything you want at the lowest prices. Bring your Produce. Paint, Paint, Paint! ARION MILL J. U. WISE, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Now with ARION MERCANTILE CO.. Arion, la. Calls answered day and night. Floral de signs furnished. A BRIGHT FUTURE Arion Meat Market, EMIL SCHWARZ, Prop. FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FRESH FISH EVERY FRIDAY. Arion, Iowa. R. T. VAN METRE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office over State Bank. Phone No. 67. 4 Is in store for the young man or woman who saves and de-Hpipf$ posits his or her money regularly with u- ^5 When you become old or unable to work, you'll find no friend so helpful, none so responsive to your needs as a A N A O N DO IT NOW/ Staryyyic,count here, it will earn for you 5 per cent interest. $ S ARION STATE BANK, Arion, Iowa. 5 Arion, Iowa. I' ii 1 ii "Hr-, |V* I, Page 11 PAINTS! The kind that Wear. $1.50 per gill* Try a pound of our 20c Coffee and you will buy no other. Horse Shoe Paint Wears. 1 We Sell and Guarantee It M. W. MAXEY & CO., Golden Sheaf Flour Our Best Flour. Farmers, bring your wheat in for exchange. We give you the best tigur you ever used and a square deal. It pays to feed ground feed to your stock. We pay top price for wheat. Nye, Schneider, fowler'Co. Dealers In Lumber, Grain and Coal Highest market price paid for Grain. We sell Lumber and Coal at prices that are right. ?a\T0TV&$6 SoVvdUA. R. 0. CLARK, Mgr. Arion, Iowa, xW' •,«- Srt.fi J,C« S WW mm hX xl