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"Miss O'Connell waB a passenger to Denison Tuesday. Mis3 Irene Hickey was an over Sunday visitor at the Jno. Kearney Aome south of town. Mrs. Will Mitchell and sons, Roy and Ray, spent Tuesday in Denison with Mrs. Mitchell's mother. M. J. Breen was down from Dow City the first of last week on business. Mrs. Tetwell arrived here this (Mon. iay) morning from California, called here by the serious illness of her sis ter, Mrs. W. A. Fitzsimmons, who still Mmains quite low. Wm. Hill, Jr. visited the first of the week with relatives at Audubon, Iowa. J. A. Houlihan, of Charter Oak, was visiting his brother, M. L., here Sat urday and attending to some business matters. James Mangan is on the sick list for the last few days. Mr. and Mrs. Watson and daughter, Audrey, of Denison, visited relatives la this vicinity Saturday and Sunday. Maurice O'Connor, of Fort Dodge, delivered an address in the town hall Thursday evening to the democrats of tkis locality. Born, Thursday, Oct. 27th,-to John Algoe and wife, a son. Charles Tabor, Mrs. S. M. Martin, L. L. Cornwall and wife, of Denison, motored over here- Monday afternoon •ad visited friends. Rev. Father Murphy is confined to his bed with rheumatism. His nephew, ftev. Peter Murphy, is here and will he Rev. James Murphy's assistant for the winter. M. J. Collins, democratic candidate for auditor, was here last Thursday md made a very favorable impression •among the voters. Our teachers attended the state con T«ntion in Des Moines the latter part •of last week. Henry Loechner and wife, of Lin coln, Neb., visited, here last week with the former's mother, Mrs. Jno. Loech aer, and. other relatives. •.. Mrs. Jorgensen and daughter were calling on Denison friends the first of the week. Mrs, Thos. Fitzpatrick and son, of Denison, visited relatives here over 8unday. P. J. Klinker was down from Deni son Tuesday. Miss Agnes Monaghan was a Deni son caller Thursday. Earl Hoffman and wife were Omaha visitors last week. Mike Giblin was in Denison Monday. H. J. Enenbach and wife were visit iag friends in Arcadia Sunday. Miss Pauline Cranny spent Thurs day in Denison. George Nicholson, of Denison, was •a our streets Saturday. M. J. Casey spent a part of last week ih Omaha purchasing goods for his •tore. Mrs. A. Starek, of West Side, visited relatives here Saturday and attended the matinee. Miss Sadie Smith left Saturday for -aa over-Sunday visit with her folks at Audubon. Miss Nellie Hickey was visiting in Denison Tuesday. Eddie Mitchell, who attended busi ness college at Cedar Rapids, was an •ver-Sunday visitor at the parental B. Hitchell home. Mrs. Jno. Cranny and daughter, Miss lilllian, were calling on friends in Denison the first of last week. Mrs. Bartley Mitchell went to Den Jaon Sunday for a few days' visit with :ker brother, L. Gaffey, and family. Miss Minnie Evison returned home last week from a six weeks' visit with her father at Winterset, Iowa. James Langan and son, Cyril, of Omaha, spent a couple of days last week here with relatives. Mrs. Chas. Magill spent a couple of lays last week in Omaha. T. J. Hoffman was transacting bus iness at the county seat Monday. Mr. and Mrs. McCorkindale, of Ode holt, visited relatives in this vicinity last week. Frr ik Hanss was down from Deni son Monday on business. A. J. Barrow, of Manilla, was here •n business Saturday. Rolland Tonner and sister, Laura, returned last week from a few weeks' •isit with relatives in Nebraska. Miss Lessie Marshall, of Denison, visited friends here the first of last week. Hans Arff, of Charter Oak, was here Saturday on business. At last our now bakery is finished and it is no longer necessary for us to obtain bread elsewhere It is the best, cleanest and most sanitary con ducted bakery in western Iowa. We take great pleas ure in it, and invite all the people of Denison and else where to come in and inspect it. I do my own work and know how to do it. One visit from you will make you a regular customer. O I N A N S Mr. Barber was down from Deni son Tuesday on business. Joe Coates was transacting business at the county seat Tuesday. Mrs. Rose Fortson was shopping in Denison Monday. Mrs. J. D. Brown, who has been visiting here with her mother, Mrs. Downey, and other relatives for the last couple of weeks, left for her home at Sioux Falls, S. D„ last week. Mrs. Ben Wahlin and daughter, Ag da, were Omaha visitors last week. Miss Mable Tonner came down from Denison and spent Sunday here with her folks. Mrs. M. L. Houlihan spent Tuesday with Denison friends. Peter Mumm was up from West Side the first of the week on business. Jess Cranny spent Sunday in Yail. Mrs. Petersen and Miss Kate Mo lony, of Denison, were guests at the John Champion home Sunday. Mrs. Frank O'Boyle and two daugh ters were trading in Denison Tuesday. Miss Flossie White is visiting her sisters in Dakota for the last couple of weeks. Mrs. Algoe, of Winterset, is here for a visit with her son, John Algoe, and wife. Andrew Whiting was in Denison on business Tuesday. Miss Ella Kreuger returned to her home at Omaha Tuesday after a two weeks' visit with relatives here. Miss Lillian Lawler, of West Side, was calling on Vail friends Tuesday. NISHNABOTNY NEWS. Willie Sullivan came Tuesday for a visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. John McGinn. Miss Alma Steinkeuhler and broth er, Otto, Herschel Tryon, John Tate and August Loewe were visitors at the Wm. Mullenger home Sunday. Joe Healy came home Thursday for a visit. He has been working with the Fairmont Creamery company at Oma ha the past few years. Jacob Rusterholz, wife and children, Willie Boyens, Henry Miller and Barney Loewe spent Sunday at the Steinkeuhler home. John Hamann and son, Dewey, were Omaha visitors Wednesday. Herman Lochmiller and wife spent Sunday in Denison at the Wm. Luney home. Fritz Mundt was a Sunday visitor at the Charley Gessman home. Miss Clara Gessman was the over Sunday visitor at the home of her sister, Miss Bertha Gessman. Joe Bauman and family, of near Buck Grove, came over for a visit at the Francis McSorley home Sunday. Hilda Lochmiller spent the past week in Denison at the home of her aunt, Mrs. William Luney. Misses Ruby Mullenger and Minnie Loewe were guests of Mrs. John Mc Ginn Sunday. Mrs. Francis McSorley and children were visiting at the Jerry Hassett home, east of Boyer, last Thursday. Miss Sarah Tryon was the guest of Caroline Kuhl Sunday. Miss Alma Steinkeuhler spent the past week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Fred Hast, near Duck Grove. Josephine and Bernardine Tate are staying with their sister, Mrs. Frank Costello, near Vail, this week. Mrs. Mary Scheurman was a caller at the William Mullenger home Friday. Earl Hickey and Paul Tate visited with James McGinn Sunday. Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses were issued at the clerks office dur ing the past week: Oct. 25—Earl E. Bufflngton and Edith Eva Lilleholm. Oct. 29—Alexander E. Schmidt and Margaret C. Hadenfeldt. Oct. 31—Carl W. Burk and Jessie M. McWilliams. Nov. 1—Carl F. Bohnsach and Mary Ackerman. Farm for Sale. The farm of Mrs. Hester McKim, ad joining the village of Deloit, is for sale. For particulars call on Conner & Lally. 43-tf The Review and Week ly Inter Ocean & Farmer, Hz Denison Bakery TheDenisonBakery 118 Broadway Phone 32 S. P. Jacobsen, Prop. World. ing letter. HAYES NEWS. Gustav and Walter Bornhoft spent Sunday at the home of their brother, John. Wm. Jahn started last week to build a new house on one of his unimproved farms. Frank Norman went to Denison on Wednesday to attend the wedding of his cousin. Hans voss was a Sunday visitor at the home of his brother, August, in West Side. Bartley Mitchell and wife, of South Dakota, visited at the home of their sons, Bert and Bart. Alex. Hannemann is building a new double corn crib. When completed it will add greatly to the appearance oi his place. Bob Rradshaw, of ne«r Ric4 ett.s. visited his little daughter, Amanda, who is making her home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lan dorf. Sr. Miss Myrtle Norman again re turned from Denison last week to visit at the home of her cousin, Mrs. P. E. Gallagher. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Landorf, Sr. and granddaughter visited at the home of John Anthony, of West Side, Sunday. John Pencher went to Sioux City Wednesday to get his auto, which he left there about three weeks ago, hav ing had a breakdown coming home from South Dakota. Henry Hammer transacted business in Denison last Tuesday. The Review and Week ly Inter Ocean ft Farmer, THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9, 1910 Growers and Packers of the The first in The Balle-Brodersen Co., Denison, Iowa, Gentlemen:-- $2.00 ARION NEWS. Curtis Reynolds was leading a horse from the barn Sunday, when the ani mal kicked him in the face, inflicting a most painful wound, from which Curtis is suffering a great deal. Mrs. Riley Talcott and daughter, Gladys, were Denison visitors Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Goldsworthy, of Spen cer, were Arion visitors Tuesday ana with their daughters, Mrs. Anderson and Miss Lisle Goldsworthy. who is teaching here, took dinner with Mrs. Wm. Marr. Wm. Butler and wife spent Sun day with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Marr. The school work is progressing well. A class in bookkeeping will soon be gin study. The Gleaners club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Butler last Wednesday evening. A program was rendered, consisting of a piano duet by Gladys Talcott and Grace Butler recitation by Mr. Underwood quar tette, Grace Butler, Gladys Talcott, Louis Carroll, David Cruise paper by Mrs. Percy Doidge: duet by Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Phillippi. After the program there were games, including a ghost dance given by several young ladies appropriately dressed. Miss Mabel Howorth proved to be quite an artist drawing profiles of the mem bers. Bessie Marr gained the prize for guessing the greatest number. Mrs. Underwood, dressed in a very pretty costume, made an ideal gypsy and the fortune telling room was Have Just Unloaded and Placed on Sale a Car of Hood River Apples! "From the World Famed Valley Where Rain and Sun shine Meet." GROWN AND PACKED BY Hood River Apple Growers Union HOOD RIVER, OREGON Prosperous Iowa—read We acknowledge receipt of your letter of October 3rd, and desire to say that we have already placed your order given to our Mr. Dethman on file, and we assure you we shall take great pleasure in filling this order, for the reason that it is the first full carload of our Fancy apples which the great and prosperous State of Iowa has seen fit to purchase, and we are very certain that you will make a winner with it. We further desire to say that we will give the matter our personal attention and will see that you get the best we have. Yours very truly ifee cur Window Bisplaif 9riee$ quoted on ytequettt. DENISON, IOWA. FANCY GROCERIES Finest Boxed Apples in the Hood River Apple Growers' Union Per C. H. Sproat, Manager. crowded. Cakes and coffee were served. There will be a supper for the bene fit of the church at the home of Mrs V. Talcott next Thursday evening. Mrs. Otis Nelson was a Denison vis itor Wednesday. The young people's Christian En deavor society will give a sociable on Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carroll. Mr. Spur^ur was an Omaha visitor last week, returning Monday. Miss Sophie Mathias was an Arion visitor last week. A class in bible study met at the parsonage Tuesday evening. Rev. E. D. Calkins makes the study of the scripture very interesting. Mrs. Phillippi went to Ute to visit relatives last Thursday. COLLEGE NOTES. Miss Florence Burnquist, who is teaching near Arthur, Iowa, visited her sister from Friday until Monday. Prof. Van Ness attended the state teachers' meeting in Des Moines last week. Miss Grace Thomas visited at the dormitory over Sunday. Mr. Earl Hoffman called at the col lege while on his visit and short vaca tion from the State University. Mr. Rowland Philbrook, from' the State University, was present at chap PAGE FIVE the follow Hood River, Oregon, Oct. 7, 1910 el on Monday morning, the 7th, and gave the students a short talk. It was quite an inspiration and encour agement to them all. Miss Gotter spent Saturday and Sun day with her people in Scran ton. The football team goes to Omaha to play Creighton college 011 Saturday. The football team went to Storm Luke on Friday for a game with the Uuena Vista college team. The day was ideal for the game. The Buena Vista team was quite a bit heavier than ours and it was pretty hard for our boys to hold their line smashes, but we surpassed them in team work and end runs. Every man on our team did excellent work. It was clean football from start to finish, with a score of It! to 0 in our favor. We ex pect a return game in Denison on Thanksgiving. The teachers entertained the stud ents at a Hallowe'en social at the dormitory Monday evening. Black cats, witches and jack-'o-Ianterns were abundant, in decorations. All entered into the game with spirit and evident enjoyment and before we were scarce ly aware of it the evening was over. Prof. VanNess will attend the state teachers' meeting at Des Moines. He has a place on the program.