S)c Xjcu Realize
Dont forget about the Old Settlers
dance at the Opera house Thursday
Senator Dolliver will speak at Ida
Grove on Sunday morning Sept. 8th
in the M. E. church.
Mrs. L. E. Younie of Tacoma,
Wash., visited relatives in Denison
the latter part of last week.
Misses Kathryn and Marie Fitz
gerald of El Reno. Olka.. visited last
week at the John Kelly home.
Mr. C. F. Kuehnle returned on
Saturday from Chicago where'he has
been transacting business several
Herbert Kahler returned the latter
part uf last week to his home in
Traer after a visit with Carl Fred
3iow important it its that frequent pkctcgrapks of tke
family eirele should be made? Shink it ever and see...
Miss Anna Schumaker and Miss
Hilda Broderson returned last Satur
day from Chicago where they have
been for the past week.
Mrs. Lottie Ley and daughter,
Verne Stocking returned last week
from Omaha where they have been
visiting for the past month.
Mrs. H. S. Gulick and Mrs. Lou
Martin left Saturday for Minneapolis
and Wausau where they will spend
several weeks visiting relatives.
Mrs. A. B. Rutledge and family
left on Saturday for Minden. Nebr.,
to join her husband at that place,
where they will make their future
One of the new teachers in the
school is Prof. W. F. Meyer who will
instruct in physics and chemistry.
He is a graduate of Drake, the college
ot the Christian church at Des Moines,
and graduated last June.
Editor Harthun of the Zeicung was
in Omaha during the fore part of the
week attending a great reunion of
German soldiers. It is called the
Krigerfest and is well attended bv the
former soldiers of the Fatherland.
Among those sustaining damage
from lightning south of Denison were:
Heugan Otto living in Denison town
ship who had two stacks of grain con
sume|dand Rudolph Mickley in Nishna
tbotny township whose barn was
struck but not set 011 fire.
The Misses Sarachon and niece Ann
Hoolev returned the last of the week
from their extended visit in the east.
They visited all the principal cities
also took in the Jamestown exposi
tion. stopping on their way home in
Chicago to purchase millinery stock
for their nourishing trade in Denison.
Merrill Fegtlev was in the city this
week visiting his uncle, Dr. Robert
Plimpton. Merrill is the son of Rev.
E. T. Fegtley and wife who are now
stationed at Washta. in Cherokee
county. He has been spending nis
summer vacation with his grandfather
E. S. Plimpton .at Salidu, Colo., and
worked in the mine owned by him,
Merrill and two sisters will soon be
attending Des Moines college at Des
Moines. He informs us that his
grandmother Mrs. J. Fegtley and
daughter. Mrs.Carrie McCutclieon are
spending the summer at Colfax,
Washington, that his uncle Sam is a
successful lawver in Chicago, and that
his auni Bird is living at Nevada
where her husband is the agent of the
Northwestern. Merrill is a fine tall
manly young man. The blood of two
strong families runs in his veins.
Miss Margaret Owens is visiting
friends near Charter Oak and Ute.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller of Deloit
returned from Des Moines Saturday
where they had been visiting relatives
and taking in the state fair.
Mrs. Margaret Lally-Mahoh and
children, arrived in Denison Friday
evening from Sedalia, Mo., to visit
her parents. Miss Rachel Lally who
has been spending tne summer in
Missouri returned with her.
Mr. .Albion Carlson is back from
Hermosa, S. D. .where he had expect
ed to live. He'could not find a house
to live in. and would not stay. tie
says that our late blacksmith. Mr.
Harding has gone into the hardware
business and is doing well.
Surveyor McHenry has been re-sur
veying some of the residence lots in
the north part of town and is taking
from one lot owner and giving to
another. Mr. Schneckloth found that
he had for his. a strip four feet wide
off the lot of his neighbor Mr. Klink
Little Norvin Gable has made a
nice recovery from his broken arm.
He was hurt Tuesday night, and was
able to gee out of the house Saturday
morning with his hand in a sling.
Monday he started to school. He
the blessing of youth, and his little
bones knit together very soon.
Frank Gibson the retired farmer
from Paradise township who first
bought south of the bridge on the way
to the cemetary has now purchased
the residence on Main street between
Charles Menagh's and Wm. Raine.
It is being given considerable repair
ing previous to Mr. Gibson moving
Mr. C. F. Chase of Washington
township was in town Saturday and
called at this office. He is one of our
appreciative readers. He is particu
larly pleased with the magnificent
correspondence contained in the paper
from week to week. He finds news
from Maniila, Buck Grove, Arion and
Dciw City towns all around him. It's
.a fact that we «ive the readers in his
locality good service. vf
Among the visitors at DenTson dur
ing the Chautauqua week was Mrs.
Densmore Austin of Jefferson. She
was at the home of her daughter.
Mrs. Will Laub. Mrs. Austin is the
wife of the fine strong Methodist
minister who preached in Denison be
fore the new church was built. He
was not a man of long tine spun sen
tences, but spoke in short words, and
in brief sentences, and made a strong
impress on the people. He has left
her a good home at Jefferson, and
there by his request she will reside.
Vaccinate your Cattle be*
fore placing them in Fail
To be had Fresh at all Times at
Clothes (or all the Teddies.
Ask to see them. Clothe your Teddy Bear in jumpers, over
alls, sweaters, toques, furs.
Also, a full line of doll clothes. Each article is well made and
bound to please the little ones.
NEW LINE OF TEDDIES. second floor
about the Kawliide and Black Cat Brands. We want to tell you about these celebrated
hose for children. They are the best in the land for the price asked. They are the best for wear ob
tainable: true fast black: narrow and wide ribbed and priced at 15 and 25c all sizes. For the be^t 15ci
hose ask for the Rawhide. For the best 25c hose ask for the Black Cat and you cannot be disappointed
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS.
A table of wool dress goods remnants. The left overs of our spring lines now on
remnant sale. All kinds and shades at small prices. Surely in the collection some
thing for you: some piece of the material you must like, of a length that will just suit
your personal need. But they are moving fast so wj» suggest just a little hurry, come in
the morning after you read this.
\Also mentioned before, but we still have some left, tablets, pencils, slates, pencil boxes, erasers,
pens and pen holders, etc., in fact, everything to fit out complete the school girl and boy. Also, com
plete line of stationery at popular prices for all occasions. Ask for our "Princess" style tablet, en
velopes to match, economical, absolutely the most for the money.
THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 1907.
School supplies at Jonhson's.
Joe White visited friends in Vail
Post card albums nice line at
Miss Louis Gregg of Dunlap visited
Edna Raine last Thursday.
C. M. Jensen transacted business
in Dunlap the first of the week.
Biggest assortment and biggest
Tablets for the money at Johnson's.
Mrs. Tom Brunner left on Friday
for a visit with Charter Oak friends.
Miss Maud Cranny of Vail visited
Denison friends the latter part of last
Mrs. Hugbes went to Omaha last
Friday to visit friends for a week or
Mrs. Dave Ringer returned to her
home in Omaha after a month's visit
with friends and relatives in Denison.
Steers for sale weighing about 1000
pounds each, in fine condition. R.
Lenfeldt, Denison, Iowa 44-3t.
It is reported ^hat Miea ..Petersen of
Preston, Iowa and Miss Plough of this
city are about to do dress making
The Junior League will serve ice
cream and cake at the home of R. L.
Hill. Friday evening. September 6th.
Mrs. H. R. Elsworth and daughters.
Irene and Grace of Indianapolis were
the guests of Mrs. T. J. Kelly last
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Riemers Friday. August 19th. a
daughter which tiped the scales at ten
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fienhold left
Tuesday for Dakota to spend a few
weeks with their daughter, Mrs. J.
Don't fail to see Sarah Bernhardt's
great Parisian play A "Woman of
Mystery" at the Opera house Friday
night 1 his week.
''A Woman of Mystery" will prove
to be one of the magnets of the pres
ent theatrical season. Dont miss it.
At Opera house Friday night this
Mesdames J. P. Hughes and L.
Jordan and children returned to their
homes in Omaha, after a two weeks
visit at the home of Mrs. James
Mrs. Ella Ivens Sage came over
from Modale last week giving her
parents and friends a pleasant sur
prise. Her husband is in the res
Miss Nora Fitzpatrick left Satur
day for Holy Cross. Iowa, where she
will attend the Seminary for the com
ing year. Miss Fitzpatrick is a niece
of Mrs. W. J. Bauman.
Miss Meyers the librarian has been
quite busy since her return from the
east cataloguing new books. A large
number of books in the German lan
guage have been put on the shelves.
The next great attraction at the
I Opera house will be on Friday evening
of this week, Miss Courtenay Morgan
in the beautiful four act romance "A
Woman of Mystery." Miss Morgan
has been in our citv before and she
has the reputaton of being one of the
most clever characters that has
appeared on our local stage. Don't
miss this attraction. Prices 25-35-50
Mr. A. C. Weeks is in receipt of a
letter from his son Lucas who has
headquarters at Monett telling of a
fearful wreck in which he had a part.
He was on his way home to Monett
when his train had a head end colli
sion with another train. Both en
gineers and five others were killed
and fourteen wounded. Lucas spoiled
a good suit of clothes helping to res
cue the dead ana wounded. He was
back in the sleeper and not hurtJl&M
Thousand of new Post cards at
Do you want a bargain in a Side
Board? Call at Salomon's.
Mrs. J. H. Gable and son
"Toodies" spent Sunday with Boone
Mrs. Guy Martin and children of
Spenser. Iowa, are guests at the
Miss Jenna Strahn
the week to continue
left the first
K. Smidt and wife of Vail visited
relatives in Denison and Schleswig
the last uf the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Littell of In
dependence arrived on Sunday for a
visit at the Tabor home.
Mrs. Jane "Duff of Dundee. 111.,
arrived in Denison Friday for a visit
with friends and relatives.
A. J. Bond is in Eagle Grove this
week attending a reunion of his reg
iment the gallant 32nd Iowa.
Miss Zola Blosser left on Monday
to begin her work as one of the
teachers in the Arion schools.
Eugene Gulick made his first trip
up-town this week since his operation
for appendicitis. He was kept busy
shaking hands with his many friends.
Raymond Conner left yesterday for
a visit of inspection at Mt. Vernon
and Ames. He will probably attend
one of these schools during the coming
W. H. Wilroth goes to Sioux City
next week to exploit the excellences
of the "Canton Line" at.the Inter
State Fair. Wilroth will make a
Miss Beatrice Kirkup has been
elected to a position in the pubile
schools of Greenfield, Mo., as in
structor in music. Miss Beatrice is
having a most successful career as a
Hon. J. P. Conner returned last
week from Mt. Clemens, Michigan
where he left Mrs. Conner who will
take a course of treatments. It is too
early as yet to judge of results, but
Mrs. Conner's friends are in hopes
that she will be greatly benefitted.
The S. S. Club held its first meet
ing for the season on Tuesday even
ing. Miss Charlotte Anderson was
elected to membership and Miss Ethel
Gulick was elected Vice President to
nil the vacancy caused by Miss
Beard's removal from the city. The
Menu was in charge of Miss Allie
Sewell and was most excellent.
Ready for Delivery
The Home of Ladies' Home Journal Patterns.hu
I THERE ARE ALWAYS TWO SIDES I
to a question. But one side is the right, ancl the other the wrong side.
Now one thing is sure—and that is—YOU will be on the RIGHT SIDE if
you buy your Jewelry and kindred lines of
E. G. Chamberlin, The Jeweler & Optician
B. Y. Nicholson and wife returned
Saturday from a delightful western
Prof. Randall departed this week to
enter upon his duties at the state uni
Miss Jessie Goodrich and Miss
Frances Hart left on Tuesday for a
sojourn at Colfax.
Mrs. E. L. Bleakney left for Glen
wood the first of the week upon the
receipt of news of her mother's ser
Miss Margaret Stattler returned
the first of the week from a delightful
vacation spent at her former home
Special prices, to move a few Side
Boards iu the next few weeks. Call
look them over, they are worth your
William Paulsen has resigned his
position with John Saggau to take
effect next winter when he will go on
a farm in Milford township.
Well if you want one of those Side
Boards at the special low priecs you
must come now, for they will not last
long at the reduced price. Salomon's.
We have been requested to defer
mention of the approaching wedding
of a well-known young man about
town, but it is true, just the same.
Mrs. T. J. Garrison and Miss Lil
lian left on Saturday for Denver.
Mrs. Garrison expects to return short
ly but Miss Lillian will remain for
Chas. Gould of Harrington. Kansas
is a Denison visitor this week. Chas.
has been in the employ of the Rock
Island for a number of years. It is a
long time since he left Denison as a
boy and we are glad to note his pros
On Monday Mrs. Prudence Clark
the aged mother, sat for her protrait
together with her four daughters,
Mrs. Green, Mrs. Gould, Mrs. Ely
and Mrs. Freed and her two sons
George and Delos Servoss. If all the
descendants living in Denison had
been in the group'it would have been
a large one.
Henry Lochmiller of Ainsworth,
Nebr.. is spending the day in Denison
and will take in the old settler's pic
nic. He is a son of Caspar Lochmil
ler and left Denison in 1833. It is
fifteen years since he had visited Den
iosn. Mr. Lochmiller is now in the
implement and stock buying business
with a younger brother.
Do Not Fail to See
O A S
The latest and best on the
Also a fine Range complete for
s.10.00—the best ever offered for
the nionev. Bargains in 2nd
Kerosene and Gasolene deliver
ed at your home promptly.
J. G. Wygant,
Longley Hats for Men.
New Fall Styles now here. The Styles are distinctly different
and the New "Oak" Brown shade is fashions favorite. The
••Varsity" Style 111 Oak brown and black leads all the styles this
season. All Longley Hats are $3.00 each.
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
w?&The arj-ival of some announced before. Hut now we have more and vou must see them Not an
ordinary showing here, not a few pieces to till in, but an entirely new line from plains to fancies, hund
reds of pieces representing a lavish outlay of money to give our patrons an opportunity for selection
rarely ottered elsewhere. Many beautiful plaids, the predominating style in noveltv dress -roods: these
are beautiful, superb, magnificent. Moderately priced to suit all purses.
K. & E BLOUSES FOR THE SCHOOL BOY.
No blouses or waists like these to be had and we have them. No need of looking
further. The newest patterns, the newest styles, the best fitting, most satisfactory waists
on sale anywhere. It happens we are exclusive agents for this well known meritorious
brand and we are glad to show ou the line anytime. But rather now, when the line is
Jit lt best.
PRICED UPWARDS FROM 50c EACH.
Just now this should interest the mothers of little ones. Where to get the best for the least monev
live question and you need go no further. We thing we have solved the problem in the brands
of shoes we have stocked up with and now it is for us to show and you to be shown. Ask to see our
shoes for childred and we will do the rest. A special for boys—Box calf and Vici at $2.00 per pair
An unexcelled value. Other good values at $1.5# and $1.75.
Sweet, clean, fresh bread at the
Will McCord of Defiance has been
over at Denison seeing relatives.
Dr. Van Meter of Arion came up
to the county seat on Monday night.
James Laird came up from Omaha
for a visit with the Denison friends.
The best of material used in the
pies and cakes made at Jungerman's.
Miss Ethel McCord is again in
Denison after a week spent in Chi
Misses Minnie Watje and Mary
Oxwang visited Vail friends Monday
Mr. Geo. Albert of the Balle
Brodersen store visited his parents in
Manning over Sunday.
Mr. Barney Brodersen and family
returned from their months outing at
Okoboji last Thursday.
Get in the habit of buying pies,
cookies and fried cakes of the up-to
date Jungerman Bakery.
Carl Moenck was up from Council
Bluffs the first of the week calling
on old friends and relatives.
Our active veterinary surgeon Dr.
Simpson was called to Dunlap on
Monday on professional business.
Miss Isabel Campbell of Council.
Bluffs is again in Denison this season^
trimming at the Balle-Broderssn
First come first served. You will
be first if you come first. Some one
is sure to get a bargain in a Side
Mrs. Sam Kelly and daughter
Edith, returned on Monday from Chi
cago where they have been visiting
for the past two weeks.
J. J. Murphy of Jackson township
was a Denison caller yesterday. He
has sold his personal property and
does not know just where he will lo
cate in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. Sutor have returned
from Boynton, 1. T. and give a glow
ing account of the country and brought
samples of Mr. Marks' corn from
there. They expect to locate there
in the near future.
Dr. Philbrook is at Sioux City for
a few day's this week to attend a
meeting of the North Iowa Dental
Association. He will give an exhi
bition of handling a difficult case in
his profession before the association.
W. J. McAhren retuned last week
from his stay in California. Our vet
eran auctioneer is looking in better
health and spirits than he has for a
long time and he is the bearer of
good news concerning his wife who is
now in better health than for many
years. Mr. McAhren tells us that
she has almost recovered her health."
tier many friends in Denison will be
rejoiced to hear this good news.
"Our Family" was the title of a
play given at the Sibbert Opera House
Ion Saturday afternoon. Prices ranged
I from one cent for the gallery to live
I cents for extra choice reserved seats..
Rowland Philbrook was stage manager
and Carl Sibbert one of the stars.
They had a good crowd and gave a
tine show. The boys have a fine
little opera house witn drop curtains,
and everything complete.
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