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Local Briefs. Burton and Charles Bolton of Den ison spent Sunday with their grand parents here. Mrs. Carrie Hammond was a wel come visitor here last week. She spent several months in California with her nephew. John Heath. She also visited with Mrs. Sid Green and Mrs. Geo. Copeland who are well known in this locality. Mrs. Wm. Kevan received the sad news of the death of her mother, Mrs. Middleman of Yorkshire, Eng-. land. Mrs. Kevan had sent several letters to her mother and they were not answered. She then wrote to the postmaster who informed her that her mother has been dead more than two years. Mrs. Middleman nee Wad dington lived in Deloit many years ago. and leaves three daughters, Mrs. Wm. Kevan, Mrs. Walter Wil son and Mrs, Wm. Montgomery to mourn her death. W. C. Larson and wife spent Sun day at the pleasant home of Samuel Fox and wife. Mrs. Geo. Huntington of Dow City remained with her sister Mrs. C. C. Tripp last Friday night. Chas. Kevan, who recently went to Idaho writes he is pleased with the prospects and writes that there are good opportunities there to take homesteads. L. C. Butler made a business trip to Crofton, Nebr., and returned Tues day. Several of our people attended the funeral of Mrs. Grady in Dunlap last Sunday. The Friday club was nicely enter tained at the home of Mrs. W. C. Larson last Friday afternoon. An ex cellent two course luncheon was served and the ladies spent a very pleasant afternoon. Dr. Evans was a business visitor in Omaha Wednesday. Little Donald Nelson burned his hand severly by picking up a hot iron. T. J. Henry went to Wendt Mon day where he will remain on his homestead that he took up six months (previous. Alfreda Gloe spent Sunday with her friend Miss BloBser. Oscar Ainsworth of Denison was a business caller here Monday. Hudson Downs and wife went to Omaha Wednesday. Mr. Downs will remain'in the hospital for treatment. Mrs. Wm. Doidge went to Dakota Tuesday and will visit her daughter. Mrs. Tom Caraon. Edward Wigg and Fern Butler at tended the reception given by Jennie Hollowell to the Senior and Junior 'members of the Dow City High school. Mrs. Wm. Seeman visited at the 'home of Mrs. Lute Seeman of Deni son. Mrs. Clarke did some shopping in town Friday. Mrs. Nora Lang came from Charter Oak and will visit several days with tier sister, Mrs. John Thompson. Pearl Wilson changed cars here for Charter Oak. For some time she has been teaching school in Nebraska. Mrs. Milo Kelly spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. John Webber of Denison. Arion State Bank Arion, Iowa. Capital $25000.00 5 per cent interest on Time Deposits. Wk Write 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. *Y/. Money to Loan Ol'FI (JHRS THOS. RAK. Pres. SAM POX. Vice Pres. (.'HAS. HORN. Cashier. J. U. WISE, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Now with ARION MERCANTILE CO.. Arion. la. Calls answered day and nintit. Floral de signs furnished. "i N. F. STILLSON, Blacksmith and Wagon Maker Arion, Iowa: Morses hoeing fl Specialty. All work guaranteed. »W. B. EVANS ''.".i -t'1. ARION, low A 'J Jjh1 Geo. Williamson and wife of Bone steel, S. D. visited their daughter, Mrs. Dean Talcott. For several years they have been renting land from the government in the Rose Bud reservation, and have succeeded well in the stock business. The community was saddened by the death of Mrs. Maurice Grady, who died in a hospital at Omaha last Friday. The funeral was held Sun day morning at Dunlap. There were beautiful music and flowers and the sermon following mass was from "I am the Resurrection and the Life saith the Lord". Interment was made at Pleasant Hill cemetery with the impressive ceremony of the Catholic church. The sympathy of all is ex tened to the brother and sisters and especially to the mother, Mrs. Henry, who will miss her daughter, whose affectionate and cheerful disposition made her visits home looked forward to with great pleasure. Mrs. Grady is survived by her mother. Mrs. Henry and two little daughters. Eva and Dorothy and brothers, M. Henry Dunlap, Laurence and Thomas of Arion and sisters, Mrs. Sumuierfield of Dunlap and Mrs. Chas. Menagh of Denison and Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Jas. Butler of Arion. We wish to express our gratitude and thanks to the many kind friends who came to our home with sympathy and beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. Catherine Henry and family. A beautiful cross of carnations and roses failed to reach tha home in time for the funeral. Chas. Horn came with his camera and took a picture of the cross and some other flowers which kindness Mrs. Henry appreciates and the picture will comfort her in days to come. RHEUMATISM. is quickly relieved and promptly cured by Dr. Drummond's Rheumatic Re medies. The internal remedy is pleasant to take, acts immediately, does not disturb digestion, any is for rheumatism only in all its torturing forms. The external preparation re stores stiff joinis, drawn cords and hardened muscles. If your druggist is not in stock with them, don't ac cept something else and be cheated out of a cure. Write to the Drum mond Medicine Co., New York, for their direct mail proposition. Don't delay and suffer. You are entitled to health. SOLDIER NEWS. Wilhelm Meyers and John Eck vis ited at Albert NagePs home Sunday in Monona county. Herman Clausen was the guest of Fred Eck Sunday. Amanda Henckel celebrated her birthday Sunday at the William Smith home. Otto Jacobs and wife of Monona county had their little girl christened at the Soldier church. Rev. Wekling officiating. Quite a large number of friends from Soldier spent the after noon there. Arnold Jacobs, wife and family of near Danbury spent Sunday at the Adolph Kuehl home. Emma Fiene of Charter Oak spent several days last week visiting friends in Soldier. Albert Fester and wife. Aug. Bohl man. wife and 0. Bohlman ?nd Henry Rosburg were the guests of A. Ros burg Sunday. Paul Rosburg spent Sunday even ing at August Bohlman's. August Namany and Lawrence Namany of Denison spent Monday at Chris Clausen's. Lawrence Namanny and wife of Denison are visiting friends in Solder this week. Elsie Wendt spent Sunday at home. The Ricketts people are having a siege of the measles. Mrs. Schelm of Denison was a guest ot her daughter, Mrs. Herman Baak this week. Mr. John Riha of Vining, la., says, "I have been selling DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold." Sold by Lamhorn Drug Co. Don't miss the opportunity of having your Eyes corrected by DR. WEBER, the Eye and Ear Doctor who cures on Friday, May 22, Nielsen House Examination Free. -c ft. S3! THE DENISON REVIEW, MAY 20, 1908: IDou) City. E a a in teachers and some of the young peo ple Saturday evening. L. Cohen went to Chicago Satur day. Mrs. Eli Baber entertained the Royal Neighbors at her home Tuesday afternoon. Light refreshments were served and ail enjoyed the social event very much. The Junior class entertained the Seniors Tuesday evening at the Clair Buterworth home. The decorations were «n the class colors. Nile green and Carnations. An elegant lunch was served and the evening was one which will long be remembered by all present. Robert Woodruff is in Chicago this week. Little Hazel Jackson has been sick since the death of her brother with pneumonia and measles. Ritta Odell was operated on for ap pendicitis on Monday. We are glad to say she is doing well. Dr. Gannaway came down from Lake City on Tuesday and received a cordial welcome from his old friends. Mr. Downs, living southeast of town, is we here to go to Omaha this week for medical treatment. Archie Brake who has been operat or for the Central at Gypsum, is home visiting for a week. The fishing fever took possession of some of our sports on Tuesday and they went down to the Sioux in an auto driven by Ed. Chamberlain. The balance of the party were Mark Goddard, Dave Bremser and Ed. Ahart. Mr. Charles Smith has bought the home in which he has been living since moving to Dow City. It is best known as the Wiley house. All are glad, for we want such men as he for citizens. A spirit of improvement in the way of cement walks has struck some of our property holders. Postmaster Wiggins will lay 900 feet, a good walk goes in on the north side of the Bremser business place, and Eli Ba ber and Thos. Swatman will also lay walks. Let others having wooden walks take notice. Mrs. Wm. Rood has come from Ureighton. Nebr., to visit her mother, Mrs. Malone. Mrs. W. Kane, an aunt of Mrs. A. H. Harper has come for an extended visit. Jos McColl had a fine new piano placed in his home on Saturday. Ellen Goddard entertained the Pri cilla club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Jane Woods, who has been visiting her daughter Anna at Sheri dan, Wyoming returned home Sunday. Jennie Hollowell entertained the Senior and Junior classes Saturday evening and all report a fine time. The evening was spent in games and music and a nice two course lunch was served. Jennie is one of the Seniors and a good entertainer. The streets of our city were look ing fine on Tuesday after they had been gone over after the rain with, a King drag. Rev. C. A. Butterworth will deliv er the Baccaluuerate sermon before the graduates of the schools on Sun day evening at the M. E. church. An uncle of Banker Kishel who makes his home with him. met with a fall the other day and was badly bruised in the side. He is an aged man and the fall has laid him up for a time. The address of Mrs. Sarah Black man is now at Glendale, Arizona. This her friends may be glad to know. The markets on Tuesday were as follow: Hogs $4.75-$4.90 wheat 80-90 oats 42: corn, shelled 63 and on cob GO. On Monday evening Mrs. Clair But terworth gave a six o'clock dinner to the teachers, including Mrs. McCon naughey of Denison, who instructs in music. The hostess i9 noted for her hospitality and the dinner was ele gant in every detail R. T. VAN METRE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, v* Do City/ 'v. Iowa WsgsBit?! DELOIT ITEMS. Mrs. Marie Galland visited her friend, Mrs. S. K. Dobson Wednes day last week. Bert Darling was doing some car penter work for Bradley Lee last week. William Worley purchased him a fine driving team last week. Dr. Darling of Vail was a Deloit visitor Tuesday of last week. Edith Williams has so far recov ered from her operation as to be able to return home Monday. Mrs. C. J. Ccse spsnt Friday in Omaha. The two teachers in Deloit with their pupils had their pictures taken last week by Flora Robertson the photographer. James McKim and wife were at Denison Friday. R. E. Wedlock of Lawton is visit ing a few davs under the parental roof of S. F. Wedlock and wife. Margie Brogden went to Denison Friday returning Saturday. a V* tz *r ,X~. *.... 'V- *, J**" A,-"v, 19 care Thomas Munsey and wife attended the funeral of her uncle in Dow City the first of last week. Mrs. 8. E. McKim and son visited Friday with Mrs A. J. Darling. Miss Lawton visited at her home in West Side from Friday evening until Sunday morning. At the school caucus for Independ ent District Friday evening there were placed in nomination for directors: A. N. Galland. M. Myers, F. H. Brogden E. McNeal and H. Dethman and R. D. Darling for Treasuer. A citizens caucus was called for Monday evening and the following directors and treasurer for the In dependent district was named for nomination N. H. Brogden. E. J. Brogden, C. J. Cose, A. D. Winey and John Anderson for directors and Jas. McKim for treasurer. James Newcom and wife left Satur day for Jacksun, Minn., where they will visit with their eldest son C. J. and family. From there they will go to Mason City to visit Mr. Newcom's sister, Mrs. Lou Arnold and family a few days, then go to Sebly. S. D., where they will probably remain tne rest of the summer with their chil dren, A. C. Dobson and wife and Fir man Newcom and wife. O. C. Armour purchased him a team and outfit Monday and will de vote his time hauling sand for Mr. McNeal. Mrs. Geo. Winans went to Bone steel, S. D. last week to visit her sis ter, Mrs. Ann Winans and Earl Winans and wife. The lightning Saturday evening struck a couple of cottonwood trees near Mrs. Hester McKim's residence. Chas. Cose, wife and family visited at U. S. Dunbar's Sunday. B. E. McKim and A. R. Wilson put in cement sidewalks in front of the following business houses last week: M. Myers barber shop, J. Dobson'9 hotel, and N. H. Brogdeu's store building. Mr. Krall placed quarantine flags at the homes of Harold Johnson and C. M. Johnson, Monday. A little child of Harold Johnson's has dip theria and C. M. Johnson's family were exposed. To avoid spreading the disease C. M. Johnson's were placed under quarantine. Fay Nestlebush returned from her visit to Omaha Monday. C. R. Anderson returned from Chi cago Tuesday morning. He had been in to Chicago with Mr. Larson's cattle. Clair McKim and Jess Johnson were up from Denison Sunday. J. G. Knight, the new merchant has received a new car of barrel and Rock salt, also a new supply of Seize shoes and slippers. He has put in a full line of Fort Brand overalls and sells the best garment in the county for 75c. mm J! GOODRICH NEWS. Maurice Wilkinson was back to school last week after being at home a few days with the measles. Hannibal Fink has been shearing his sheep. John Mason did the work. Mr. Fink got a big crop of wool this year. Mr. Fink and wife of Denison vis ited their son Hannibal Fink and wife Tuesday. The old gentleman is feel ing quite well this spring. Mrs. Albert Winey and children visited with Mrs. Ben Beaman She took Scoff Emulsion• Result: She gained a pound a day in weight. A Land Bargain! 160 Acre Farm lot Sale Good house, good barn and out buildings. Water works, good grove, good orchard. Not a foot of waste land on the farm. Five miles over fine roads to good market town in Crawford County. Will sell for. $77.50 pet acre Two-thirds cash balance to suit buyer. This price will be shaded to an all cash customer. If you mean business write to Write-Don't Ask. Wednesday afternoon. The little daughter of U.S. Dun bar and wife had her wrist sprained while playing last week. It is getting some better at present. Mr. Lorenzen who has been ser iously ill at his home on the old I inke farm is getting some better. Mrs. Jas McKim visited with her sister Mrs. J. W. Wilkinson Satur day. Chas. ose, wife and children spent Saturday at the home ef U. S. Dun bar. Mrs. George Newcom returned to Deloit Friday after a week's visit with Mr. Newcom's parents. Mr. Newcom's father accompanied her home. S. D. Newton was in Denison Wednesday. David Winey is improving his farm by adding extensive water works. Word was received that the father of Mrs. Belle Nixon died at his home at Correctionville Friday. Mrs. Nix on has been with him there the past four weeks helping make his last days pleasant. Her'children, Guy, Bertha and Mrs. Comstock left Saturday to be present at the funeral. We sym pathize with Mrs. Nixon in her loss. Elsie and George Beaman are caring for the things on the farm during Guy and Bertha's absence. H. Fink and wite visited Sunday at the home of Jas. McKim and wife. S. D. Newton and wife and Mrs. Geo. Newcom took dinner Sunday with Sam Anderson and wife. Tom Winey visited Sunday with his brother Carl. Albert Winey and wife visited at Sam Anderson's Sunday. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup does not constipate, but on the other hand its laxative principles gently move the bowels. Children like it. Sold by Lamborn Drug Co. RICKETTS, IOWA GuBta Hintze has gone to bchles wig where she expects to remain this summer. Chas. Lyons has been sick with the measles for a few days. Mrs. Aug. Kuhlman and Mrs. D. F. Nemitz drove over to the Oak Wednesday. Albert Schultz was a business vis itor here Thursday. H. Claussen visited relatives at Schleswig Thursday. Geo. Riemer returned from Ger many Wednesday where he went to visit his father. His wife could not accompany him across on account of the illness of her mother, but will soon come. Wm. Klein of Chicago, who has been a guest at the Gus Rabe home for some time is reported seriously ill. J. C. Jacobsen was a business vis itor at Ute Friday. Mrs. Emma Gary of Denison is the guest of her sister. Mrs. H. R. Timm. The two ladies went to Kiron for an over Sunday visit with Mrs. L. C. Goodrich. Maggie Hudendorf of Charter Oak took the train here Friday for Schles wig where she will visit relatives. C. H. Vollerson and wife of Char ter Oak spent Sunday with Mr. Vol lerson's parents here. A few friends of Mrs. Adolph Hintze gathered at her home Sunday evening to help her celebrate her A New Orleans woman was thin. Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food. ALL DRUGGISTS: 90c. AND $1.00 rtr "U|aM» 1 ye** Page 11' mk Iowa. birthday. L. F. Kreymborg and wife drove to Schleswig Sunday to view the ruins of the Nye S. F. Co.. elevator which burned Saturday night. Mrs. E. L. Deckman has gone to Schleswig to spend a few days with her mother. Mrs. Geo. Krobnke is at Sioux City this week. Her health has been poor for a while and she has gone to con suit a specialist. Her friends all trust that she will soon be well. Henry Hintze returned from Daven port Monday and Pete Hintze and wife expect to move to Schleswig the lat ter part of this month. Theo. Wycoff of Charter Oak is assisting in tne Green bay Lumber yard this week. Mr. Jones and wife of Ute were the guests of Wm. Pershing Monday. WILLOW TOWNSHIP. Mildred Anderson of Moorhead vis ited a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Arthur McElwain. Mrs. Theo. Drake visited a week with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Wick wire. Born to A. Grant and wife May 2, a boy. Ora McElwain visited with hia par ents at Denison last Friday. Bert Coleman and wife spent Sun day at the home.of her parents, Fred Shirtcliff. Mary Flahive accompanied by Mrs. Rollins and her physician went to Omaha Saturday evening for a con sultation with the doctors of that place. Hugh Foley and wife visited with relatives in Charter Oak Sunday. Mrs. Schmidt has blood poison in her hand. Tillie Wiess went to Denison Sat urday for a short visit with her folks at home. Ina Brooks visited with Mrs. A. C. Wickwirethe latter part of last week. The Willow base ball team crossed bats with Kenwood last Sunday and were defeated to the tune of 18 to 21 and they all got caught in the storm coming home. Henry Hansen is visiting with rela tives here. J. R. Lang and wife were business callers at Sioux City last week. Paul Clausen and family were Sun day visitors at Bert Sanber's. Carl Sterner lost a valuable horsfe which got hurt very badly last week. $100 FOR A BOTTLE. This would not be a large price to pay for Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedies if one could not get relief any cheaper. The Drummond Medi- "i cine Co., New York, have received hundreds of unsolicited testimonials from grateful people restored to health by the use of their remedies who would not hesitate to pay any price rather than suffer the former torture. If you would like to try these remedies, and your druggist has not got them, write direct to the company. Agents wanted. M. L. McELWAIN Veterinary Surgeon v' with permit Headquarters at the Thew Livery Barn, Main St Denison, Iowa Will ireat all disease in the Vet erinary line. Calls attended to day or night. Cure guaranteed in cases of tistula, ring' bone, poll evil and bone spavin. C.C. phone, res. 833 GRAND ARMY MEETING, John A. Logan Post G. A. R. meets 2nd and 4th Saturdays in each month at 2 o'clock p. m. in McHenry Hall. •\r l" THEO. WALKER, Com.? JohnL. Richardson, Adjt.