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(3cjbt& jMbuvi&attf Cjft&catfons MARGAKET MEREDITH, R. DOW CITY ITEMS. Mrs. T. AV. Swatman was up from Dunlap a couple of days last week vis iting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. R. Brake. Mrs. S. E. Wiley returned Thursday from her trip to Osmond, Neb., where she had been called on account of the illness of her son, Dr. Bert Wiley. She reports him as improved in health. Mrs. Tom Munsey is able to be out after a two weeks' illness. Mrs. Jensen is here from Mapleton for an indefinite visit among relatives. Miss Mary Howarth has returned from her visit with her sister, Mrs. Fred Butler, at Lewiston, Idaho. R. W. Houston and Jack Scott were business visitors at Omaha one day last week. While there they purchased another new Overland car. Mrs. A. C. Heath, now a resident of California, but for many years a resident here, was visiting at the H. Young home last week. She expects to visit in Iowa for several weeks be fore returning to her home. Mrs. Mary Terry returned last week Tuesday to her home at Denison after a visit here with relatives. Herman Lazerus and Willis Wiggins autoed over to BUCK Grove on a busi ness expedition last Tuesday. G. W. Langley went Wednesday to Chicago on a business mission. He returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim O'Meara and son, Leo, of Denison, spent Friday and Sat urday here with relatives. Miss Alice Hatch came up from Council Bluffs Friday to visit at the home of her brother, L. C. Hatch. Mrs. Patsy Roy and children, of Denison, visited the latter part of the week at the Henry Roy home. Miss Florence Munsey has returned from her visit at Platte, S. D., where she had spent three weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Wingrove. Mrs. J. H. Young is under the doc tor's care. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Binnall and son, Ralph, spent Sunday at the Will Cramer home in Denison. Miss Elsie Randel came up from Omaha Saturday for an over-Sunday visit with her parents, Marie Rudd, of Omaha, accompanying her. Dr. Cobb and wife, of Dunlap, were callers at the home of their uncle, Roraanan Wight, one day last week. Johnny O'Meara, Mrs. Clarence O'Meara and Miss Lizzie Slattery at tended religious services at Dunlap last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ahart and children came over from Charter Oak Saturday to visit at the Albert Birk hoefer home. Will Ruben was up from Omaha the last of the week and visited at the Herman Lazerus home. Ed Roundy, of Woodbine, was trans acting business in Dow City Thursday, Miss Kellogg, of Ute, spent Satur day and Sunday here with her broth er. Harry Kellogg. Mrs. John Fritz came down from Denison and spent a couple of days visiting at the Geo. Fritz home. Charley Smith went last week to Burlington to attend the democratic state convention, after which he Journey on to Chicago for a visit with relatives. i'1-' tii'ai* jijp.uftH,..****** Please Read These Two Letters. The following letter from Mrfc. Orville Rock will prove how unwise it is for women to submit to the dangers of a surgical operation when it maybe avoided by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. She was four weeks in the hospital and came home suffering worse than before. Then after all that suffering Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound restored her health. HERE IS HER OWX STATEMENT. Paw Paw, Mich.—"Two years ago I suffered very severely with a displacement*—I could not be on my feet for a long time. My physician treated me for several months without much re lief, and at last sent me to Ann Arbor for«n op eration. I was there four weeks and came home suffering worse than before. My mother advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and I did. To-day I am well and strong and do all my own housework. I owe my health to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and advise every woman who is afflicted with any female complaint to try it."—Mrs. QBVILLB BOCK, R. R. No. 5, Paw Paw, Mich. "THERE NEVER WAS A WORSE CASE.** Rockport, Ind.—" There never was a worse case of women's ills than mine, and I cannot begin to tell you what I suffered. For over two years I was not able to do anything. I was in bed for a month and the doctor said nothing but an operation would cure me. My father suggested Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound so to please him I took it, and I improved wonderfully, so I am able to travel, ride horseback, take long rides and never feel any ill effects from it. I can only ask other suffering women to give Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound a trial before submitting to an operation." —Mrs. F. D. NO. 3, We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful—or that either of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the orig inal letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for fe male ills. No one sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself who will not try this fa mous medicine, made from roots and herbs, it has restored so many suffering women to health. ta^BteWrite to LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. mi Rockport, Ina. Miss Lizzie Slatttery, who was vis iting wiui her friend, Mrs. Clarence O'Meara, was called home on account of the illness of her mother. Grandpa Binnall has returned from his visit with relatives at Woodbine. Emory Schissler came over from Charter Oak to spend Sunday with his family. Mrs. George Reynolds and Mrs. Lou Simpson, of Arion, visited Saturday with their sister, Mrs. A. L. Brown. Romanan Wight, whose illness was reported last week, lies in the same critical condition with small hopes of recovery. The seniors are studying on their class play, "All a Mistake," which is to be given next Wednesday night. Word has been received here by rel atives of the death of Calvin Kuyken dall, who passed away recently at his home in Oklahoma. He was a resi dent here for a number of years and many friends of the family will be ready to oner condolence to the be reaved wife and children. Three auto loads of Odd Fellows drove over to Manilla Saturday night to put on some degree work for the lodge at that place. They report liav ing been nicely entertained and all en joyed the work and the trip. Miss Elizabeth Ahart came down from Denison Saturday afternoon for a short visit with relatives. She re turned home Sunday evening. Friends of Miss Bessie Butler and Warren Ettleman were much sur prised recently to know that they had slipped away quietly to Denison on May 11th and were married. They later went to Charter Oak and visited for a few days at the Kevan home Their friends wish them much happi ness and prosperity. We are not in formed as to where the newly wedded couple will reside. The alumni association held a meet ing last week at the home of Miss Ag nes Goddard and decided to banquet on May 31st. Committees were ap pointed and every thing is placed in good hands and is under headway and a right merry time is expected. The council met in extra session last week Tuesday and appointed Geo. Binnall as nightwatch and Mayor Dow appointed him marshal. He went on duty the next day. Thus the town feels better to know that we have an officer of the peace again. The auction is over and now the women of the town will have an op portunity to do some work at home, as many of them were purchasers of a greater or less quantity of merchan dise. Many Arion ladies were also daily attendants. Drayton Holcomb and wife were up from Dunlap one day last week on ac-| comfort them count of the serious illness of their uncle, Romanan Wight Miss Nora Anderton returned to her home at Denison Sunday evening after a couple of days' visit with her friend, Miss Minnie Brake. Relatives here have received word of the death of Dow Durant at his home at Trinidad, Colo., tuberculosis being the cause of his death. Mr. Durant visited here last winter and was in frail health at the time. The Durant family lived here many years and have hosts of friends who will be much grieved to hear of the death of this young man. He was about 35 years of age. Albert Birkhoefer was in several different towns of the county on bus iness the last of the week. •M- f& The Friday club and a number of other guests were entertained last Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Enos Cross in the country. A delight ful afternoon was spent and all heart ily enjoyed the delicious two-course lunch Mrs. Cross served. Bern Blair stopped off at Dow City for a few days' visit with former friends while on his way from Park ersburg, where he visited his brother, to his home in Kanses. Bern hasn't been here for several years, but he looks natural and says he is delighted to meet his former acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crandall entertained Monday in his honor about forty of his friends. Refreshments were served. Miss Grace Schlumberger's piano pupils gave a public recital at the M. E. church last Friday evening to the enjoyment of a full house that had gathered to witness it. Twenty-five numbers were given, the class rang ing from beginners to advanced pup ils. Each one did excellent work and showed that careful instruction had been given. Miss Schlumberger's pup ils are all very enthusiastic over her method of instruction and the parents of these pupils are pleased indeed to see the splendid progress their chil dren are making under her tutilage. She must have been greatly en couraged by the size of the assemb lage and by the rapt attention given each performer and the encores so freely given. The recital was a huge success. An aggregation of baseball players of the smaller size came down from Denison Saturday to m^et our second nine. The concert given by the M. E. choir will be jield next Friday even ng, May 24th, at 8 p. m„ at the M. E. church. You'll certainly miss some thing fine if you are not present. An aggregation of ball players of the smaller size came down from Denison Saturday to meet and defeat the second nine. The concert given by the M. E. choir will be held next Friday even ing, May 24th, at 8 p. m., at the M. E. church. You'll certainly miss something if you are not present Blume Bros, shipped several cars of cattle to Chicago Saturday night. Mrs. Stephen and son, Byron, were Omaha visitors Thursday. Mrs. Dobson, of Deloit, spent a couple "of days last week with her (iaughter, Mrs. A. H. Rudd. Miss Anna Wells conducted the services at the M. E. church last Sun day morning in the interests of the W. F. M. S. She gave a splendid ad dress on foreign missions, after which (he annual thank offering was taken, the sum realized being $84. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pearsall went Saturday to the country and spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pearsall, Sr. The juniors entertained the seniors last Wednesday evening at the home of Florence Stepanek. Although not large crowd was present, a most delightful evening was spent. Light refreshments were served. Miss Mildred Wiggins entertained last Tuesday evening in honor of the Misses Hayes and Mendonsa. The evening was spent with Kensington and social chat. Dainty refreshments munded out the evening's pleasures About thirty-five were present. Misses Ellen, Agnes and Lois God ciard delightfully entertained the sen iors ahd teachers at their pleasant home last Saturday evening. Games and social conversation were the prin cipal numbers on the program. In guessing contest of famous paintings Miss Helen Hayes won the grand prize, a cute little picture, and Etta Stepanek the consolation prize, a stick of candy. A delicious three-course lunch was served. Last Saturday evening, May 19th, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dybdal, who re side a mile south of town, were at home to their friends, the occasion being the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage. About fifty-five per sons responded to the invitations and each felt amply repaid in their efforts to attend, for a most delightful time was enjoyed. Dancing was the order of the evening. Many beautiful pieces of silver were given to Mr. and Mrs Dybdal, ample proof of the esteem in which this worthy couple is held. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dybdal were both born in Denmark, he in 1856- and she in 18G4. They spent their childhood in their native land, Mr. Dybdal coming to America in 1879, his wife, then Miss Anna Henrichson, arriving in the year 1884. On May 19, 1887, they were united in marriage at Chicago, and continued to reside there until eight years ago, when they came to Crawford county. They have a fine family of six children, two girls and four boys, who are all at home and who, as the parents pass the more distant milestones of life, are near to and lend a helping hand. Out of town guests present were, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pederson and Harry and Louie Sieroe, all of Dunlap. Mrs. R. A. Slocumb, of Minnesota, and her daughter, Mrs. Lila Lyleson, of Mitchell, S. D„ are in town visit ing at the Clair Butterworth home, CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Thi Kind Yon Havi Always Bought Bears the Signature of ^.. _"f.*,~~j~ j., 1,1 i. j^.j/i, THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1912. The Dow City ball nine went to Arion Friday for a game with a nine at that place, and came home with another feather in their cap, having won the game by a score of about 14 to 8. Mr. Harvey Cole, of Thurman, was in town last week to see his brother, Israel Cole. Miss Ramsey, the nurse, is here again from Omaha, this time coming for one of Martin Weiland's boys, who is ill with erysipelas. Miss Emma Jones, of Oberlin, O., who was elected to a position in our high school, did not accept the posi tion, and at the meeting of the board last week a Miss Oslund, a graduate of the tSate Teachers' conege at Cedar Falls, was elected to the place, but toe are not informed as to whether she has accepted. QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-HA. MISS Julia Marlowe am glad to write my endorse hentot the great remedy, Peruna. I to so most heartily, "mmJulia Marlowe. Any remedy that benefits digestion itrengthens the nerves. The nerve centers require nutrition If the digestion is impaired, the nerve tenters become anemic, and nervous iebility is the result. •*. .j. *j» •*. .$» *j» .J« .J. BROGAN ITEMS. 4 "i 'J *5" John Bourner received word Mon day evening that his mother, who re sides at Battle Creek, had a stroke of paralysis. John Gerken took him to Battle Creek in his auto. Jacob Auen and wife returned Mon day from their visit. Harm Steenbloch and B. M. Sonk sen were passengers to Wall Lake on Tuesday. Mrs. Wm, Steenblock, of Wall Lake, spent Wednesday here visiting her parents. John Gerken and Herman 'Dreessen motored to West Side Tuesday. Chas. O'Donnell and wife went to Omaha Saturday. Mrs. J. C. Williams and daughter, Lottie, visited at the T. M. Brogan home a few days this week. Agnes Brogan was a passenger to Wall Lake on Friday. Miss Myrtle Darling is visiting at the Andrew Schwanzs home this week. B. M. Sonksen and family visited friends at Arthur on Sunday. Mrs. T. M. Brogan and grandchild ren visited in Denison on Friday. Mrs. S. J. Jans and son, Harry, spent Friday in Denison. Mrs. Chas. Richardson was a Deni son caller on Saturday. Miss Mary Brogan spent Saturday in Denison visiting friends. A daughter came Sunday to glad den the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schwanz. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peters and Mrs. Jans Sundayed at the S. J. Jans home. Mr. Herman Schwanz, sr. was business caller in Denison Saturday Mrs. Myster and family of near Wall Lake were visiting at the Simons home Sunday. Louie Brogan was an Odebolt visit or Saturday. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S A S O I A *1- •$» »jt .J* .J* .J1 *2* BOYER ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. Severt Hendrichsen and son, Harry, of Richland, Okla, came up Friday to visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Swan Nelson. They went to Sehleswig Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Miller, who is sick. Anna Nissen was a Denison visitor and shopper Wednesday. L. B. Watts went to Omaha Tues day to get some repairs for his auto, Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson and chil dren, Margaret and William, came down from Hinton Thursday to visit with relatives around Boyer for some time. Wm. Nissen was a passenger to Denison Tuesday. Nellie Nelson wa« a shopper at Den ison Tuesday. Mrs. C. S. Johnson was a passen ger to Denison Monday, and from theer she went to Omaha to do some shopping, returning home Tuesday. Mrs. Emil Hultander went to Kiron Saturday to visit over Sunday. Levi Erickson went to Wall Lake Saturday. Rev. Walter Torbett, the district superintendent of Sioux City, will be at Boyer next Sunday, May 25th. Ev erybody is invited to come. The Misses Tina and Ruth Nelson were Denison callers Saturday. Miss Evelyn Johnson went to Kiron Saturday to visit till Sunday. Harry Somers, who has been at the hospital in Ida Grove for some time is back at his home in Boyer now en joying good health. C. S. Johnson shipped two loads of hogs to Chicago Saturday evening. Boyer is having a series of revival meetings KDW. Mrs. K. Ginn is hold ing the meetings and everyone is in vited to come. Seth Anderson visited around Boyer over Sunday. Miss Margaret Fleming visited at home over Sunday, returning to Den ison Monday. aroTicx or PROBATE or TNI State of Iowa, Crawford County—In Probate. In the distritc court of Iowa, in and for Crawford County—Notice of the reading and probate of will. To Whom It May Concern: Rou and each of you are hereby noti fied to appear at the court house in Den ison, Crawford county, Iowa, on the 10th day of September, J912, at 10 o'clock a. in., to then and there attend the probate of an instrument in writ ing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Noah V. Johnson, late of said county, deceased, at which time and place you will appear and show cause, if any you know, why said will should not be admitted to probate. In testimony whereof I have here unto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of the district court this 1st day of May, 1912. FRANK FAUL, 19-3t Clerk. See Us About That Tin Roof. All Kinds of Job Work Egents for the Lenox Furnace. 1^. A good, Strong, gentle and sound BUS 1 (JINf Missouri Jack Will make the season of 1912 at my home in Otter Creek township, one-half mile west of Nissen cemetery, two miles south and one-half mile west of Sehleswig. Before you breed come and see this Mammoth Animal. Boston is a good one, black in color, with mealy nose and under body. He has passed the state examination and has been thoroughly examined by Hal C. Simpson, and is free from blemishes and infectious diseases. He was foaled in 1900 and weighs around 1000 pounds. Terms: $12.00 to guarantee colt 10 days old parties dis posing of mares or removing same from county must pay the breeding fee at once. AUG. JOCHIMS, Owner R. F. D. No. 2, Sehleswig. Phone No. 94-D Now Is the Time to Have Your Gut ter and Spouting Work Done. Denison Sanitary Plumbing Co. Shop on West Broadway in the Saggau Building TELEPHONE NUMBER 374 1912 Automobiles Heie we are with you for 1912, with the following cars: Apperson Jack Rabbit Maxwell, E. M. F. Flanders and Ford Call at our new Garage south of the court house and see these cars and get our prices. W. A. McHENRY, President GEORGE McHENRY, Vice-Presideat SEARS McHENRY, Cashier L. SEEMANN, Asa't. Cashier First National Bank, DENISON, IOWA Capital, Surplus and Profits $140,000.00 Loans $745,987.89 Deposits $750,644-48 Interest'Paid on Time Deposits LoanslMade on Commercia. Paper Time Loans Made on Improved Farms at Current Rates. We have a complete set of abstract books of Crawford County r.«n^« and Lots, and make abstracts of title. We solicit your account on a reciprocal basis. We make five pub lished reports of our condition annually to the Comptroller of Currency and are examined by the National Bank examiner twice each year. Gasoline Stoves Cleaned and Repaired.