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Block jV Fine Days Eat at the Oxford. 32-tf. Standard patterns at the Racket -store. Mr. P. W. Weberg is off again for Dakota. Mrs. McMahon spent Sunday in Dunlap. Special Rain Coat sale this Satur day at The Boy's. Geo. Menagh made Onawa a busi ness visit on Friday. Or. Simpson was called to Dunlap -and Woodbine on Monday last. Hon. Thos. Rae of Anon was a county seat visitor la3t week. Goal hods, and other cold weather 'necessities cheap at the Racket store. Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Spence' of Dow City were Saturday visitors in Deni son. Mrs. R. A. Romans will entertain the Coffee Club on Thursday after noon. Special. Extra heavy husking -mittens. SI 00 a dozen. Balle-Broder -een Co. John Kelly is making extensive improvements to his home in west 'Denison. these, for photography. Better have those photos made today The rustling clothing man. Charles Kemming was over at Charter Oak 011 Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Pahl of Schles wig were welcome Denison visitors Saturday Over eleven hundred pieces of sheet music at 10 cents per copy at the Racket store. Mrs. Gaylord Weeks returned this week to spend the winter with her husband in Texas. Mrs. A. D. Malonv returned this week from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Phelan in Omaha. Mrs. Harry Carpenter acte as sub vtitute teacher last week in the ab sence of Miss Marshall. Mrs. Dubert, the trained nurse who has been caring for Mrs.S. S. Wilkin son returned to her home in Omaha last week. Miss Maragret Stattler is expecting a visit this week from her friend. Miss Thompson. librairian at Nevada. Iowa. at Mrs. Pat Heffernan of Doland, S. D. arrived in Denison Monday even ing for a few weeks visit with her many friends and relatives. Mr. W. W. Ferguson is enjoying a visit from his father, of Clinton and Mrs. Ferguson is also entertaining her mother, Mrs. Mudgett. Fred Lang a former Denison boy is now day operator at St. John, N. D. Mr. Lang has many friends here who will be pleased to learn of his pros perity. Mr. E. Fink is very ill with a serious bladder complaint. His many friends are quite anxious about him. Mr. Fink is one of our highly respect ed pionte: a all hope fcr his re covery. Rev. Curtis the Methodist pastor at Dow City was to be seen at the county sewt on Monday. He returned home with a fine new buggy and hisf horse in a strong shining harness. His people in the country can now expect calls quite regularly from him. X. IADIES nOMEjOURNAL W E A E W W A E N S O E W) PATTERNS Ferguson's Studio A Special Rain Coat sale this Satur day at The Boys. Two good low wagons for sale cheap, inquire at this office. Miss Anna Harding spent a portion of last week in Council Bluffs. The Friday Club banquet is to be the social event of next week. A fine new assortment of Japanese China just in at the Racket store. Mr. and Mrs. Strahan left on Sat urday for a visit in Cedar Rapids. Miss Marion and Miss Clara Scriver spent a portion of last week in Oma ha. It is fur buying time now. Ladies' neck furs and coats at correct prices. The Balle-Brodersen Co. Dr. J. K. Sewell was home for the wedding, returning to Omaha on Fri day. Miss Mamie Rudd of Sioux City is the guest of her sister, Mrs. B. G. Lvman. Mrs. Earl Bleakney has been again called to Glenwood by the illness of her mother. Mrs. Faye Mann left on Monday for a brief visit with her parents at Hastings. Nebr. A few thousand more new post cards arrived this week at the Racket store, 1 cent each. Miss Myrtle McAhren who is teach ing in the Charter Oak schools spent Sunday at home. Mrs. Sears McHenry and daughter Margaret were Council Bluffs and Omaha visitors on Monday. Mr3. Carl F. Kuehnle and Mrs. W T. Perkins will spend the week-end in Council Bluffs and Omaha. Special, Monarch smoked salamon in cans, delicious, palatable 15 cents a can. The Balle-Brcdersen Co. P. W. Sullivan is enjoying a visit this week from his mother and his brother and sister, of Iowa City. Mrs. Georgia Wade McClellan is in Council Bluffs this week attending a convention of the W. C. T. U. Miss Grace Meyers left on Tuesday to attend the librarian's convention at Council Bluffs and Omaha. The librarians of Iowa and Nebraska will attend and an excellent program has been provided. Special Rain Coat sale this Satur day. at The Boys. For Sale—ThoroughDred Duroc Jersey Boars, eligible for service. Animals can be seen at Andy Bow ling's. east of Washintgon park. 41-2t. on your hands can be easily avoided and cured when caused by corn husking in using- SCHLUMBERGER'S Corn Huskers Lotion which has had a reputation lor 2 a a a S chlumberger's I Pharmacy. The average woman recognizes Eat at the Oxford. 32-tf. Ed. Messenbrink was a business visitor in Omaha last week. Mrs. Thos. Ratchford of Vail was a Monday visitor in Denison. F. 0. Ivens has moved into the Van Tuil house in the 2nd ward. W. A. Lamborn was taking the, sights of Ak-Sar-Ben on Thursday. Dr. Burrows of Kiron was to be seen at the county seat on Tuesday. W. W. Ferguson suffered from a severe attack of bronchitis last week. Mrs. Ben Talcott of Dow City spent Saturday with Denison friends. Miss Blanche Stephens returned last week from a delightful visit in Chi cago and Nevada, Iowa. We are pleased to note that Mrs. E. H. Wood is recovering from a severe attack of bronchitis. Mrs. Edgar Garrison of Logan spent a portion of last week with her sister. Mrs. J. H. Gable. Miss Anna Crutmn of Earlham, Iowa is in Denison this week visiting her cousin. Mrs. Bert Lyman. Mrs. A. C. Weeks left on Saturday morning for a visit with her son Luke, at Springfield, Mo. The Current Event Club will meet tomorrow and will have the Standard Oil Co., as subject matter. The Misses Nell and Delia McGrin and Miss Rose Clark were Omaha visitors the latter part of last week. For Rent—120 acres, also 60 acres corn fodder for sale. 41-tf. Mrs. G. Schafer. Miss Lou Chapin returned on Thurs day to her home at Sibley. Iowa after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Fred Marshall. Mrs. Barkley. one of the prominent club women of Boone will be the guest of Mrs. R. A. Romans, the latter part of the week. Miss Lizzie McGuire spent Sunday with her parents in Denison. Miss McGuire has a fine position as stenographer in Manning. Mrs. F. C. Curtis and her sister. Miss Delia Fox of Dunlap were among the out of town guests at the Mc Connaughey-Sewell wedding. Mrs. C. C. Tabor and Mrs. W. Littell returned on Sunday to their home at Independence after a greatly appreciated visit with Denison rela tives. Mrs A. Oswald of Aibia, Iowa, is a welcome guest of Mrs. C. C. Kem ming Her old time Denison friends are pleased to welcome her back to Denison. Rev. L. K. Billingsly, representa tive of Des Moines Methodist Hospi tal, will occupy the pulpit in the M. E. church next Sunday, in the absence of the 'pastor. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell of Carroll made Denison folks a visit Friday. They are doing finely in their Carroll home, but they are far from forgetting their Denison friends. The directors of the Northwestern went through on their annual tour of inspection this week. Such a house cleaning as there was all along the line last week you never did see. Rev. E. Thuresson left Monday on a business trip to Buffalo and other points in New York. He will also spend a little time at his old confer ence which will be in session in Buffalo. The marriage of Miss Kate Servoss of this place and Mr. Dave Riley -f Vail was announced at the Catholic church Sunday, the wedding to take place Tuesday morning October the loth. Friends of this popular young couple offer congratulations. A nice new line of ladies back side combj at the Racket store. Style Supreme THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1907. and Commercial Club Friday night. Fine fresh oysters this week at the Broadway Grocery. Special Rain Coat Sala this Satur day, at The Boys. You will save time if you mail your telegrams direct. Tucic vvisi preaching at the Pres byterian church on next Sunday. Snow in May and Mosquitos in October. Whither are we drifting' Mr. John Way of Charter Oak was a welcome Denison visitor on Tues day. No new cases of diptheria are re ported for which we may well be thankful. There was a council meeting on Monday evening at which many bills were allowed., Special soap sale. Good quality laundry soap 10 bars for 25 cents. Balle-Brodersen Co. Continuous Vaudeville at Court House all this week—Only it is no joke for principals. Mr. Schneckloth is taking advan tage of the sewer being laid near him and has connected his fine house with the main. Mrs. Searl of Denison is teaching the Coon Grove school and has nearly forty pupils. She drives out from town each morning. I Watch our window from now on. We will show you some good Christ mas gouds. Something new every week, call in and make your selection early. Salomon's. Eugene Wiggins, the capable assistant cashier of the Dow City bank was in town Monday morning. He drove up his speedy nag with which he won the race at Arion last month. Elmer E. Johnson, one of the brainest and best newspaper men of Iowa, has sold his flourishing Rock well City Advocate to a Mr. Noel of Beatrice. Nebr., and has purchased "The Citizen" a daily paper at Iowa City. From what we know of the situation at Iowa City we fear Elmer has been gold-bricked, but if anyone can make a success, the brilliant Ex Advocate man can do it. Mr. A. C. Balle of the Balle Brodersen firm went to Chicago on Monday night to make purchases for the holdiay trade. It is the plan of this firm to out shine anything pre viously done at holiday times the commg season. Mr. Balle is an ex pert buyer, knowing the value of goods and what the trade of this vicinity demands. At the holiday time the big store will be laden with things that people want to buy. Otto Faul and Albert Gary assisted the Stockhulm township boys in a game of base ball against the Wheeler Sluggers at Boyer last Sunday. The Stockholm township boys were defeat ed by a score of 5 to 3. Faul struck out 20 men and allowed 3 hits, losing the game by ragged support. Quite a large crowd was in attendance and enjoyed the game which was full of brilliant plays and hard hitting, most of the men on both teams hitting only the air. It is expected that the same teams will play again a week from ne.\t Sunday. Y'^ DENISON, IOWA. The Home of tfie Popular Priced Mixnsing Underwear, .. Jfp materials and workmanship, she finds her greatest safeguard is buying garments made cf standard mateiials and tailored by skilled craftsmen—such garments as eminate from the celebrated Workshop of Worth. Our experience it'n Worth Style.s has been most delightful, and we cordially recommend them to the most discriminating dressers in Crawford county. With each garment of this make goes a double guarantee—the reliability of this store and the reputation ot the celebrated Workshop of Worth. The prices that we atk are no higher than you must pay for garments that do not compare with Worth style.s. We have an especially strong showing of charm ing cloaks at $10.50 style when she sees it, but as regards You Need a Good WatcH Before you begin husking corn don't you? Well, you had better look over our line before you buy. IT WILL PAY YOU E. C. CHAM BERLIN THE JEWELER AND Lecture Thursday night—Free. Jas. Spence. wife and son of De loit were county seat callers last week. Mrs. C. F. Caasaday visited her brother, Mr. Frank McHenry of Dow City one day last week. Carl F. Kuehnle and O. W. Wheeler have their pictures in the Fort Dodge papers this week, along with the other prominent Redmen of the state. John Mordhorst and H. P. Kemmes, two of the substantial farmers of near Charter Oak were in Denison on Tues day looking after some land near town which they may purchsae. Miss Ella Harding is back from the Hills country of South Dakota, looking as pretty as a peach and de claring that there is no place like the West. Nevertheless she seems glad to get back to civilization and will spend the winter here. She reports her parents as well pleased with their new home. Mrs. A. G. Martyn was a welcome Denison guest today. She is on her way to Sac City to represent her dis trict at a Presbyterian convention, and could not resist the tempatation to visit old Denison friends. Mrs Martyn has apparently gained in health since leaving Denison and she reports that Rev. Martyn has a most agreeable charge and that, they are enjoying life in their new home at Farley, Iowa. NEW FALL WAISTS Just in a splendid assortment of all the new styles in silk and wash waists, noby net waists look them over, at Bamfords'. O 9 OPTICIAN. page 7 X. X. Special Rain Coat sale this Satur day at The Buys. John Pencxer one of the well known farmers of Hayes was in Deni son on Tuesday. Mr. T. J. Kelly went down on TueBuay to look after the Clarinda end of his shoe business. There i3 a new cement crossing going in from the Johnson book store corner to the Zeitung office. Mr. Gregg the picture man will close his gallery for three weeks and take a trip out further west. Mrs. Charles Kemming is entertain ing this week her friends. Mrs. A. Oswald of Albia and Mrs. Anna Sandahl of Centerviile. Among those to attend the W. C. T. U. at Council Bluffs from here are. the Mesdames Merrill, Elmer Brown. A. J. Bond Florence Hope and l'um. Pearson. On Thursday evening of this week comes the lecture on Christian Science by Wm. McKenize at the opera house. The admission is free and many plan to attend. The foot ball game between the high school teams of Denison and Wall Lake which took place here Sat urday. resulted in favor of boys by a score of 15 to 0. eree was Mr. Norman Curtis of Dow City an old player and well posted on the game. There is talk ot having him for future garfies. $5.00 in Cold Every month to the person bringing in printed cash register receipts repre senting the largest amount of cash pur chase in our store during the month of issue. We have added a new national cash register and with every cash pur chase you will receive a receipt issued by this machine showing the amount of the purchase Boys and Girls get busy, some one will surly get that $5.00 gold piece in ot*r window Nov. Jst. \Lamborn Drug Coil Main Street Denison. Iowa. Blankets It's blanket buying time. It is'the time of all times for boarding houses, hotels and families to get their winter supply,for cotton and wool are advancing in price. Already the maker's prices are not far from the prices quoted below and the end is not in sight. And the blankets! Every blanket in this store is at least the full weight marked on the ticket. Most of them are substantially heavier. Every blanket in this store has its size plainly marked. It may mea sure a little more but never less. Moreover, if we sell a blanket for "all wool" it is ail wool, without any mixture of cotton or other adulterant. It is not so in a majority of stores. Cotton Blankets, 50, 75, 85c, $t. and up to $2.50 each* Union Blankets, Wool and Cotton mixed $2.25 to $3.00 All Wool Blankets, Colors— Red, Gray, Tan and Fancy Plaids at $3.75 to $i J.00 each. MONTHLY STYLE BOOK FREE the ^home The ref- Wanted—Dressmaking. We will go to the house by the day or take sewing to residence of Mrs. C. Schelm. Phone. Nos. 343 and 18A. Misses Peterson and Plough.