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Local Briefs. Death Claims a Good Wife and Mother Mrs: (e'o. Inn died March 1". 1'J'iS. were c.u"sls at the 1-2. 1'. W'ilili home at her home, six miles south ol Arion. lasi Sunday. Mrs. In'o's maiden name was Rebec- .Mr. ami Mrs. Ksa How. of I low ca liurkan. was hoin in Henry County Citv. were nicjy mortained a: the Illinois. October ID, I Mi:! and was mar- .1. I'. Wise homo. ried to (ieo. Is ol I'airinoni. Xeb., Our scliool is now having the spitiifi .May ll'th. issi'. To this union six vacation. of one month. children were born, one daughter and The l.ea]i Year Dance uiven here live sons. Mrs. John .Mis:ice, who re- last Friday eveniir-t was very much •sides in Denison. and her sons Clhas. 'enjoyed and an evening Ion to be re ,h rrie, (ieorge. Ralph and Walter, are uieniberod. liel'reshnients were serv left to mourn the loss of one whose ed at the tfpra.mii Hotel. place can never be filled. She leaves! The l.adies Aid Pocieiy met at the Iter aged mother and three sisters, home of Mrs. .loan Tournland last Much sympathy is extended in the Thursday. Mrs. Tournland served de liusband. (ieoge l^o, who has done all licious refreshments which were much that wore possible, to relieve suffering enjoyed by all. Miss Ollie Talcott and lighten her burdens. Her last rendered several instrumental selec words and look were given the hits- tions which were appreciated. The band as she asked him to always take next nice:ins will be at the honif of good care of her baby boy. But she Mrs. W. ('. Larson. was ready to go. lo meet the one who Mrs. Ida Talcott spent Saturday is a just (!od. and as she bade them all with her friends. Mrs. Bessie llol pood-bye. her eyelids (dosed in death, comb of Marling. She had been tor several years afflicted Mrs. Willard of Omaha spent a day with that dreaded disease, consunip- with her sister. Mrs. O'aas. Horn. tion. She has a kind and generous) Mrs. Dean Talcott spent Saturday neighbor, a loving wife and a good with her sister Mis. Kiley of I'te. mother, and their loss was great.! Atha Stiltson visited in Dunlap She was of a Catholic faith last Saturday. but requested her place for bur- Mr. and Mrs. John Doidge drove to ial to lie in the Dow City cemetery, Denison last Saturday. as this is not a catholic cemetery it I The oyster supper, given last Sat is not according to the catholic faith urday evening, was very much enjoy for priest to officiate and there were ed by those present. The refeated no funeral services, but a great many|M. W. A. showed skill in getting up friends gathered at the home to look a good supper, although they lacked upon, for the last time, the remains skill in si-curing new members. About of the friend, and neighbor, and fol- twenty attended, including the wives lowed her lo her last resiing place, of the members of the M. W. A. The floral offerings were beautiful, given by the family and other triends. Mrs. l.evi Green of this place had the pleasure of atti tiding a birthday party, given her daughter, Mrs. Stella Larson of Kidney, a company of her friends happily surprised her and in behalf of the friends a leather rocker was presented her as attending college a. token of tlier love and esteem for her. The evening was spent in play ing progressive flinch, some very fine piano and violin music was furnished, Arion State Bank Arion, Iowa. Capital $25000.00 5 per cent interest on Time Deposits. W I: WHITE I N S A N E of all kinds. If you are in need of a policy, come in and let us tell you all about it. Money to Loan OH E E RS TROS. UAH Pres. SAM POX. Vice I'res. ('HAS. HORN. Cashier. J. U. WISE, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Now with ARION MERCANTILE CO.. Arion. la. Calls answered day und nitfbt. Floral de signs furnished. N. F. STILLSON, Blacksmith and Wagon Maker A I a Horseshoeing fl Specialty. All work guaranteed. 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. ^OMT ?a\.Torva^ SoVvcWa^ R. 0. CLARK, Mgr. Arion, Iowa. W. B. EVANS ARION. alter which a two course luncheon was served, .Mrs, I .arson formei ly re sided hero and her many i'riends :ue t.hid 10 learn of this p'.easaiv. occas ion. w!io wish iii -r many more pleas ant birthday anniversaries. Dr. and Mrs. Van Metre and Mrs. Van Metre's .nother. Mrs. lloitoii, Mr. Cico. Fern and family are mov ing from the farm to Bell. Mr. Any of the Anchor force went to Omaha last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fern of I'te visited at the home of A. B. Rankin. Kev. W. Williams, of Sac City, preached Sunday afternoon in the beautiful Congregational Church He lias been in Sac City and represents the Baptist faith. He seeintd to lie tilled with the spirit of the master, and said many good things, to church members and im pressed on them the duties of Chris tians toward each other, but without the spirit of Christ they could not ac complish his work. Milton Doidge and Guild Kvans were in Denison Sunday evening be tween trains. Mr. Earl Chase, who is attending the Denison college, spent Saturday and Sunday at his home and return ed Sunday evening on the Nortwest ern. Railroad. He is well pleased with the work there. Ava Butler is among the sick and not able to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scouten were visitors at the Y. Y. Coon home. Lena Hansen visited with her sis ter, Mrs. Dorsey. Helen Scouten went to Denison Tuesday and spent a day very pleas antly at the home of her uncle, Dr. Coon. Mr. lVte Thompson 'and fumilv are moving on S. C. Butler's lai in two miles north of Arion. Mr. .lack Walburn is again verv sick. Monday, March lt*th, a lady arrived at the Staller. ulate. rs. caring home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Their many friends congrat- Benson Smith is assisting in for her father, Mr. E. B. Sher man, who is reported very sick. Mrs. Rena Young spent several day at the home of her t'other, .lolin Bett and started Monday for her home in Dakota. W. 15. Johnson has been assessing the people of the locality who are in I'nion township. Thomas Ahart transacted business here last Wednesday. Mrs. Bert Mitchell of Portland. Oregon, returned to her home, hav ing spent the winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Mackey. OUa lladgel went to Omaha last •Thursday lo consult with an eye specialist, of that place. Dr. W. B. Evans was in Omaha Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coon' spent I Wednesday at the home of I'ncle .Mor ris Mclleliry, all are glad lo know that this good man is improving in health. .Mrs. I.ute Seaman, of Denison. vis iled al the home of her num. Mrs. W. W. Coon, also al the .1. W. Wise home. Mr. I-Vwt us and Ethel Spragu.- were visiting fi i. mis in Woodbine one day last week. Mr. and Airs. Wm. Alarr started Tuesdav lo Creighton. Nebraska, where they will spend a few days at Hie home of Mr. Marr's brother, Mr. Isaac Si ol I. Thomas llonilet went lo Boone, Tuesday oil -business matters of im portance. A low A mail with a family, said to have come from Lake City was traveling through here, prepared with a small house on his wogan. As he went to pav a bill lie discovered that lie had lost nearly all of lus mom'v which he saiii was about fittv dollar: lie started back on horse back lo their canipin ground, where tliev had spent the previous ni:ht. which was about four miles west ol Vail. Fortunately a boy had found the bill and was very hones in returning tlv monev to him and Hie man with his tVmiiy went on their wav to Nebraska, r? VAIL ITEMS. Mike Krai and wife were passeng •:is east Friday. A. D. I.ervoss of Denison was call ing on Vail friends Thursday. Dave l.ync'.i and wife were Denison callers Wednesday. Mr. B. Wahlin visited a couple of days last week at Gray, Iowa with his daughter, Mrs. Rutherford. Alike McVey of Odebolt was tran sacting business here, Wednesday. Dr. Aleehan of Denison was a Yail caller Sunday. Air. and Mrs. Connor of Carroll vis ited at tlit parental Frank O'Boyle home last week. Air. O.Dien of Arcadia visited friends- here Tuesday. .Miss .Veil rt'ww hrtwd hr araro ard .Miss Nell Flahive of Denison was a guest at the .las. E. Walsh home last week. Wm. Robertson was calling on West Side friends Sunday. Born to Thomas DeYaney and wife a daughter, March 7th, ltiOS. D. P. O'Brien of Denison was a busi ness visitor here Saturday. Clias. Dugan was transacting busi ness in Denison. Friday. Mrs. Champion of Denison visited her daughter. Mrs. Dougherty here last week. Aliss Grace Dieter is at Primgas for the past couple of weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. Eunebeck. Airs. Lyman spent a couple of days last week at Des Aloines. ,lno. Casperson of Denison was here Saturday, looking after trade. Aliss Bess O'Connell went to Omaha Tuesday to work at the .Millinery trade. Airs. Al. F. Alagnive is in Chicago buying her spring millinery Airs. E. T. AIcAndrews ot Denison was calling on friends here Friday. Pat Hassett of Denison was here Saturday attending to businesss. Aliss Carrie Butler returned from Clinton Tuesday, where she has been for the past four months. occupy the grandma Costello resi niw occupy the Granma Costello resi dence Win. Byrnes spent three or tour days last week at Cedar Rapids on business. Airs. Gallagher and children now oc cupy t'aer home that 'they purchased of Air. T. Clements. Aliss Buford of Gray, Iowa, was the guest of Airs. Alundts' last week. Airs. Pat .McCarthy and Mrs. Carl ton and daughter visited a couple of days last week in Denison. .Mrs. .lames Hickey went to Denison Thursday for a couple of days visit. Airs. Harrison of .Manilla visited friends here last week. Airs. Joe Coats was called to Scran ton last week to attend tlie funeral of a cousin. .Mrs. John Duffy was an Omaha call er .Monday. Air. Henry Alaynard was transact ing business her Wednesday. Aliss Ruth Harper was calling on friends in Denison Frid.u. 1 Aliss Kate O'Sliea went to "South Dakota the tirst of last week when she will prove up on a claim George Dennis of West side was a Yail caller one day last week. Karl Hoffman and wife were sight seeing in Omaha a couple of days tin last of last week. J. W. Maynanl of l.akf Yiew was calling on old friends here last week. G. B. AIcAndrews was transactiti business at the county seat Friday. Aliss Anna Welch went to Omaha Thursday for a visil. Clias. Mag ill was a Tuesdav-. Prof. Ferries made Side Sal urday. THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH iS, 1908 joicinir. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our gratitude to llie friends and neighbors who mi kimliy assisted during ihe sickness and deatii .of mother. dear. .wite and Mr. Oeoige Igo and Family. Denison caller trip in West T. .1. Giblin was transacting,,.busi ness iu est Side Tuesday. James and Tom Hickey wt re busi liess isitots at. the county seat Sat urdav Sister Fadebs and Sister Kdwena made a trip to Omaha Saturday. Miss Kate Alolony of Denison spent Suinlax in Yail with her sister. Mrs. ,liio. Champion. 1 ae Do/.ark brothers went down to Omaha Sunday to buy cattle. Al. J. Keane was iu I) liison Satin day. The infant baby of Air. and Mrs. Lew Kerrigan was buried in St. Anns cemetery here Thursday. Miss Nell Harrington and Kate IIol land were Denison visitors Saturdav. Mis. Tom 1 ltzpatrick of Denison spelt: Sunday liero with her father. T. Quirk. .Miss Bertha McAndrows was a Deni son vibitor Saturdav. A!r. Anihonv OTonn 11 is at Temple ton for the pasi week on business. A. .1. Adams weiu Sundav to south ern Albeita. Canada to look after his land iiiieresrs there. A. .1. Barrow weiu to Chicago Sat urday nmilt with one load of cattle and one load of Iiiilis. Miss bo'Shca ol West Sale was an over Sunday visitor with .Miss Bookh Lyman. L. I.. Osterlund shipped one load of hogs to Chicago Saturdav night. ... 1 WEST SIDE ITEMS. Airs. Frank Wagner, of Boone. la., is visiting at E. Dewey's this week. Aliss Emma Suhr commenced the spring term of school west of town .Monday. Tiie Alises Hazel Cathcart and Lil lian Spoitswood were Carroll callers on Friday last. Air. P. Ludwig of Yail., spent Sun day with friends in West Side. The Journal Printing office was moved Saturday to the west side of Alain street in the building formerly [occupitd by the photographer, J. 'Green. .Mr. Yassar will also move his household goods into the same build ing. Aliss Blanch .Marks who has been teaching school east of town, return-! ed to her home at Scranton. I.owa on Friday. Claude Peters and Gus. Brockseti were initiated into the Woodman^Lod ge last Friday evening. Industrial ol t.ie AL The l.adi church in with Airs. .F. .L Garv week. '•/. Rev. I-red kolf of Alessena. Iowa, is visiting at the Wm .Eiffert lioim this. week. Air. Geo. E. Spottswood went to Des Aloines Tuesday to attend the Re publican Convention which convened there on Wednesda\ Air. 10. F. Evison ol niierser. la.. is visitina week. friends in West Side this. Airs. Gustav Gradert. who has been visiting at the Henry Schoenjahn home returned to her home in Lyons. Iowa, last Wednesday. Mrs. John Roliwer of Denison. ,towa was a West Si(b visitor las! week. Aliss Edna .Meyer of Deloit came last Thursday for a visit at the home of Air. and Airs. .J. W. Dewitt. north of town. She returned home Alon day. .f Aliss Alinnie Craft spout Saturdav and Sunday at her home 111 Denison, Iowa. glff: F. W. Sieinan. who lias been clerk ing in a store at Audubon, is visiting in West Side this week. SfS.' f?ickctts. A large number of the friends of grandpa Munster gathered at his home Tuesday evening to help him cele brate his birthday. Mrs. D. F. Nemitz has been a vic tim of the grippe the past week. Herman Blunk is a business visitor at Crofton, Nebr. Agnes Borchert returned to her home in Sac County after a few weeks stay with her sister. Mrs. Wendt. east of town. A few of our young folks attended the party given by Wm. Baak and wife Wednesday evening. Geo. Krohnke and wife visited her parents at the Oak Monday. -j"?- a 9 4» ing and after the light refreshments the guests departed wishing Anna many more happy birthdays. Birthday parties were also held at the I'. C. Peterson home on Sunday evening and a few ladies gathered to remind Airs. K. Timm of her birthday on Wednesday John Jacohson and wife spent Sun day with ('. C. Jac.'obsm and wife at Mapleton. L. F. Keymburg and wife drove out to spend Sunday with L. H. Johannsen and wife north of town. Last week a petition was gotten up regarding the removal of the tele graph instruments from the depot here. The railroad company could not quite understand why the distance telephone was not satistactory. so run a special train Monday to investigate and found that one reason was that the town wishes to keep Mr. Rvman and of course cannot if his salary is lowered. Mrs. Aug. Kuhlman is entertaining her mother anl sister from Boyer this week. Henry Mueller, a son in law of Gus Rabe's, came over from Chicago to be present at the Rabe-Shriver wed ding. Mrs. Emil Timm of Beaver Creek, Minn., and Hattie Buey of Castana I are visiting at the R. Timm home since Thursday. FREE MEDICINE SAMPLES do not prove that a remedy is good for anything. If you want to experiment try samples for other ailments than rheumatism. You can't afford to lose time and risk 1'fe in taking chance with anv medicine which has not stood the test of time. Drummond's Rheumatic Remedy has a twenty year record of cures. Write to the Drum mond Medicine Co., Mew York for literature. ScljlesiDigf J. J. I.andenbuger was a Denison visitor Saturday. Mrs. Girard and daughter attended the funeral of Grandma Hill, mother Hi)1 in About 50 young people in and Urd in improvement. around Ricketts were invited to spend I August Hansen celebrated his tilst Saturday evening with Anna Munster birthday Sunday March loth. All in honor of her 17th birthday. The who attended report a fine time, evening was pleasantly spent in danc- Joe Kearno and John Nicholsen Denison Sunday. Peter Jepsen and Henry Naeye called in Denison Saturday. Henry Lafrantz and wife departed Wednesday fur Omaha where they will spend several days. Louis and Albert Naeve drove to Denison Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Walters and son spent last week at the fomer's parental in Schleswig, visiting her mother, who has been ill. The wedding of Robert Naeve to Minnie Schmidt of Elwood, occured March 12th, at her father's home. The happy couple will make their home in our city in the near future. They will be at home to their many friends in the Stagemann residence, on their return. Mae Kelly, who has been nursing near Schleswig returned to her home in Denison Friday. Laura Hoiten departed for Danbury Friday where she will attend school and visit her sister. Mrs. Floyd Smith. Girlhood and Scoffs Emulsion are linked together. The girl who takes Scoff's Emul sion has plenty of rich, red blood she is plump, active and energetic. The reason is that at a period when a girl's digestion is weak, Scoff's Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form. It is a food that builds and keeps up a girl's strength. ALL DRUQOISTS: 60c. AND tl .OO. Willie Reimers, who has been at tending school at Schleswig for the past few monthB. year. i? 4 Lulu Girard, Schleswig Review's several days last week. contestant was down Thursday fore-1 The Otter Creek township spelling noon securing subscriptions for the and writing contest was held at the Review. We are pleased to hear she Schleswig High school building March had good success among our people.^ 14th. The following are the winners in J. C. Jacobsen and wife were our township: Meta Rusch 1st, Jes Sioux City visitors Friday. sie Norelius 2nd. and Ester Anderson Tillie Linblad of Kiron was called ,3rd in spelling, and writing: Erick down to finish the winter term oflAmstein, best writer and 1st in im school for her sister Carol, who was! provement. Ruth Peterson 2nd in sick Friday. improvement and Minnie Tellgren stopped Friday and will assist his brothers on their beau tiful farm east of town the coming *fe Albert Reimers was a Denison vis itor Saturday. Herbert Bendixsen met with a pain ful accident Wednesday morning which caused him being absent at the Schles wig school until Monday. Geo. Hoiten jr. acted as relief agent in the C. N. W. depot in Kiron Page Don't forget to see 4 DR. WEBER, the I'.ye and Far Doctor who cures, on Monday, March 30, at Nielsen Hotel Examination free. .' went to Wall Lake where they are spending the week gazing after ducks. Agnes Gradard, who has been visit ing at the Dr. Schultz home the past week, departed for West Side where she will visit her aunt before return ing her home in Bryant. Alma Lorenzen. Ella Witt and Emma Rickert accompanied Mr. Ells and wife with the auto hand car, Wednesday evening. Tuesday evening a number of girl friends of Emma Rickert gathered at her home to give her a farewell surprise, a? Miss Rickert and Fern Wells expects to go to Sac City in the near future to learn the millinery trade. Their many girl friends are orry to lose their jolly companion ship during their absence. Henry Krohnke and Wm. Beilen burg were passengers to Sioux City Monday. Wm. Schmidt and wife and John Krohnke and wife and children visit ed at the Fred Peterson home north east of town Sunday. Will Bauer and Pete Andersen of Clinton arrived here Monday. They expect to hire out in the near future on a farm in this vicinity. Lulu Girard was a passenger to Ricketts Wednesday, returning the same day. 5 WILLOW TOWNSHIP. Pat Collins hauled a carload of hay from Kenwood the latter part of the week. Thomas Hodkins is reported to be quite sick with the grippe his week. Charles Wickwire of Ute was visit ing on the Willow Wednesday. Carl Fish is doing some mason work Monday for Art Wright. M. L. McElwain and wife came over from Denison Sunday to see their daughter-in-law. Mrs. Ora McElwain. who was taken suddenly sick Satur day night. Bert Coleman and wife visited Thursday with the latter's parents. Fred Shirtcliff and wife. Florence Wickwire viaited a few days last week visited Mrs. A. C. Wickwire. H. W.Hodkins and wife spent Sun~ day with F. H. Brown and family north of Charter Oak. Ora McElwain hauled several loads of hogs to Charttr Oak the latter part of the week. Mrs. Chas. Coleman and son visited with relatives near Denison last vVednesday and Thursday. John Grant and family spent Sun day with Mrs. Grant's father in South Willow. lna Bruoks' spent Saturday with the Mioses Mabel and Florence Wickwire. John Larson and wife, George Weise and Minnie Larson visited Sunday at Ed Weed's. The spelling contest was held at the center school house Friday even ing. March 13, and wa3 attended by a large crowd. Four schools were represented with their teachers as follows: lna Brooks, of No. S, Kate O'Brien of No. y, Cora It-win of No. 5. Cora Macubmer of No. 1. The names of the winners are as follows: First in spelling Mable Hunter of No. S. second Sarih Devine, No. 9. third Hattie Davis, of No. Mildred Sweet best writer, Sarah Devine. first in writing improvement, Mil dre 1 Swe stcond in writing im provement, Leonard Staley, third in writing improvement. Skates and Roller bearing coasters, at Wygants. N jrthern Minnesota Seed Potatoes. Leave your orders. The Balle Brodersen Co. 11-.4 Remember we put out nothing but hand sewed harness. Nelson Bros., Dow-City. W. S. MOORE, LAWYER PRACTICE IN" FEDERAL, AND STATE COURTS MANILLA, IOWA.