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Pabst BlueRibbon The Beer of Quality IN A Blue Ribbon Lunch 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. Denison Auto Co. W. R. Temple Co, We wish to thank the public for the business they have given us the past year and solicit a continuance of the same for the balance of 1911 and the whole year of 1912. Assuring you. we will do our best to please you in all lines ot Lumber, Goal, Wire Fence and all kinds of Posts. DENISON, IOWA W. A. McHENRY, PrM*d«it GEORGE McHENRY, Vic*.Prwid«rt SEARS McHENRY, Cashie*: L. SEEMANN, Au't Cashier First National Bank, DENISON, IOWA Capital, Surplus mad Profits $140,000.00 Loans $745,987.89 Deposits *750,644.48 Interest* Paid on Time Deposits 5 LoansiMade on Commercia. Paper Time Loans Made on Improved Farms at Current Rates. We have a complete set of abstract books of Crawford County Lands 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. liilsliifeSE the dining car, at the club, or wherever beer is served, you will always find PABST BLUE RIBBON the favorite with those who insist on quality. Its popularity is due to the successful and v_ honest efforts of its makers to produce a pure, wholesome refreshing 117 W. Broadway Here we are with you for 1912, with the following cars: Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles, showing at a glance that it is clean and pure• This is the beer for your home. Phone or write MARTIN SAGGAU Phone 146 Denison, Iowa THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1912. beverage Dr. Stockdale The regular and reliable specialist who has visited Denison every month since 1901 will be at The Hotel Denison on Tuesday, June 25,1912 One day only, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. Cures permanently the cases he un dertakes and sends the incurable home without taking a fee from them This is why he continues his visits year after year. Dr. Stockdale is an eminently successful specialist in all chronic diseases, proven by the many cures effected in chronic cases which have baffled the skill of other phys iciaris. His hospital experience and extensive practice have made him so proficient that he can name and lo cate a disease in a few minutes. Treats all curable cases of Catarrh, Nose, Throat and Lung diseases, Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, Gravel, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Nervous and Heart diseases, Blood and Skin dis eases, Epilepsy, Bright's Disease and Consumption in early stage diseases of the Bladder and Female Organs, Liquor and Tobacco habit. A never-failing remedy for Big Neck. PILES, FISTULAE and RUPTURE guaranteed cured without detention from business. NERVOUS DEBILITY Are you nervous and despondent weak and debilitated tired mornings no ambition—lifeless memory poor easily fatigued excitable and irrita ble eyes sunken, red and blurred pimples on face dreams and night losses restless haggard looking weak back deposits in urine dis trustful want of confidence lack of energy and strength? Sexual Weakness and Private Dis eases a Specialty Blood Poison, Spermatorrhea, Vari cocele, Seminal Weakness and the ef fects of early Vice or Excess produc ing Emissions, Debility, Nervousness, Dizziness, Defective Memory, etc., which ruins mind and body, positive ly cured. WONDERFUL CURES Perfected in old cases which have been neglected or unskilfully treated. No experiments or failures. He cures thousands given up to die. Consultation Free and Confidential. If for any reason you cannot visit him personally, write for an examina tion blank. Address DR. B. A. STOCKDALE, UtLca Building, Des Moines, Iowa. BUCK GROVE ITEMS. (Left over from last week.) Dean Hain has been sick for a few days and under the doctor's care. Quite a number of our young peo ple attended the dance at Manilla on Monday evening. Mrs. Otto Watje was a Manilla vis itor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hemphill and lit tle Jay went to Denison Wednesday, where little Jay had a slight operation performed for throat trouble. J. T. Slater was a business visitor at Carroll Wednesday. Herman Neubaum and family spent Decoration with friends in Hanover. Ben Quathamer and family attend ed Decoration day services in De fiance. Mrs. Marian Newman and daughter. Miss Ola Hodgell, who have been spending several months in Bismark, N. D., returned home Thursday even ing. Miss Olga taught school the past year near Bismarck. Mrs. Saka Newman, of Dixon, Neb., came Thursday evening for a few weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. Geo. Carpenter. J. J. Finnigan and daughter, Nora, were Manilla visitors between trains Thursday. Dr. Carr, of Denison, was in this vicinity Monday on business. Mrs. J. P. Welsh was a Dow City visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hemphill autoed to Dow City and Dunlap Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arndt visited at Manilla a few days last week. They were guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Wm. Lueth. The leap year party given at the hall last Friday evening by Mrs. Joe Brewster and Mrs. Geo. Finley was a grand success. It was really one of the pleasantest social events our town has ever had, and all present had a most delightful time. The refresh ments were fine, the leap year feat ure being a new departure here and was very funny. The gentlemen all seemed to enjoy sitting back, waiting to be asked to dance and the ladies were careful that there should be no wall flowers. Mrs. Brewster and Mrs, Finley are to be congratulated on the success of their efforts. Mrs. Thomas McGinn is lying quite ill at her home south of town and is under the doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Welsh and son, Paul, spent Sunday in the country at Joe Brewster's. Miss Nora Finnigan is visiting with friends in Manilla. Mrs. W. L. Morton took a trip to Sioux City Friday, returning in the evening. Dr. and Mrs. Bonney were invited out in the country Sunday to spend the day with John Mullen and family The doctor was sick and couldn't go. but Mrs. Bonney went and had a most enjoyable time. Mr. Mullen has a delightfully pleasant location and a large and comfortable country home. Mrs. Mullen is an excellent cook and the table fairly groaned with the weight of good things to eat. SOLDIER NEWS. & 4" (Left over from last week.) Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schneckloth, Mr. Albert Maas and son, Paul, were pleasant callers at Ricketts Monday. Mr. Ernest Binger and Bennie Christiansen called at the Richard Baak home Monday. Peter Bruhn and son, Rudolph, hauled wheat to Berne Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maas called at the Rev. Grief home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Baak, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwarz, Mr.- and Mrs. Fred and August Kuhlman, Mrs. P. Bruhn and daughters, Hertha and Hilda, Mr. Bennie Christiansen, Mr. Robert Rietz, Mr. Sam Eyere were pleasant visitors at the Adolph Ros burg home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pinker visited at the Henry Stamp home Sunday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rosburg, of Hin ton, are visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity this week. Mr. Rudolph Bruhn and son, Her bert, called at the Claus Rhode home Sunday. Miss Elsie Kruse visited her sis ter, Mrs. Ernest Binger, one day last The Misses Marie and Erma Ros burg, accompanied by Robert Rietz, took a pleasant drive to the Steir home Sunday evening. The Misses Knowles and Farrelly closed successful terms of school in districts 5 and 8 Thursday, May 30th, by holding a union picnic at the Sol dier church grove. Ice cream, cake and lemonade were served to about fifty people. Besides the pupils and patrons there were present the Miss es Alvina and Lizzie Rhode, Minnie Maas and Minnie Sheer, all of Maple ton. Everyone who attended report ed a most enjoyable time. The Misses Marie and Lena Ros burg visited their sister, Mrs. Albert ester, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruhn were Charter Oak shoppers Tuesday after noon. Miss Annie Rhode visited with the Misses Anna and Alvina Schneckloth Sunday afternoon. John Eck, Jr. was a Denison busi ness caller one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lehman called at the Herman Schneckloth home Sun day. The Review—a big 12 and 16 page paper, per year, only $1.50 CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Tta KM YnHm Ahnptagkt Bears the Signature of NISHNABOTNY ITEMS. (Left over from last week.) Mrs. Meyer came for a short visit with her son, Henry, the latter part of the week. Miss Minnie Loewe returned to her home Saturday evening after spend ing a few weeks in Manilla. Misses Sarah and Bertha Tryon, Herschel Tryon and Henry Miller were Sunday visitors at "the Mullen ger home. Saturday evening a merry crowd of young people gathered at the Fritz Steckelberg home, where all enjoyed dancing until a rather late hour. Mrs. Mullenger was the guest of Mrs. John McGinn Sunday. Miss Alma Steinkeuhler spent sev eral days last week at the Fritz Steckelberg home. Miss Katie McGinn and brother Sundayed at the Tom Hickey home. Miss Grace Murchland closed her spring term of school last Friday by giving a picnic. A large crowd gath ered and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. A program was given by the pupils of the district. Ice cream and cake were served after the pro gram. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Norman, Willie Mieckley, John and Henry Scheuer man spent Sunday at the Tryon home. Miss Vena Hamann was the guest of Mrs. Fritz Steckelberg Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Caroline Miller left last week ror Hampton, 111., where she expects to spend a few weeks visiting with relatives. t- PARADISE NEWS. Mrs. Finner closed a successful spring term of school at the Othe Rockwell school Saturday. Fred Coleman is the proud posses sor of a fine new auto. Fred Fienholdt was taken quite ill Sunday. The doctor pronounced his case as pneumonia. We hope, with his many friends and relatives, for a speedy recovery. The. Misses Bramley wefe callers at the Sam Fox home Sunday. Misses Alice Samuelson, Nora Stev ensen and Fred Stevensen were Sun day callers at the Turner home. Guy Rockwell was given a surprise Monday night, June 3d, by a number of his friends. Games were the order until midnight, when a delightful lap supper was served. It being Guy's birthday, he was presented with a fine gold watch and fob. ARION ITEMS. There was a nice program at the Christian Endeavor social at Mrs. Mackey's Friday evening. The pro gram was as follows: Instrumental Duet—Florence John son and Grace Butler. Solo—Donald Nelson. Solo—Belle Enninger. Reading—Grace Butler. Reading—Rev. E. D. Calkins. Reading—Bessie Marr. Vocal Duet—Bessie Marr and Grace Butler. Rev. E. D. Calkins was a Dow City caller Saturday. Allan Doidge came Saturday to vis it at the home of his parents. Mrs. E. D. Calkins, Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. Stilson, Mrs. L. C. Butler and Mrs. D. J. Butler drove to Denison Monday evening to hear the temper ance lecture and were greatly pleased. Misses Faye Heald and Alta Mackey went to the dance at Manilla Friday. Mrs. Emma Blunk visited her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sciford, Sat urday. Mrs. Percy Doidge and Miss Anna Mi..am were Denison callers Satur day. Friday morning the Ute high school played ball with our boys at the fair ground. The game was won by Arion by a score of 10 to 8. Chas. Menagh, of Denison, came to see Arion relatives Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Howlett started Tuesday for a visit with friends and relatives at Wilton Junction, and will stop for at week at Louisa, where Tom is rail road agent. Mrs. Henry Bell came for a short visit with Mrs. D. J. Butler Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Marr and daughter, Marie, returned Saturday from a visit with relatives in Denison and vicinity. The school teachers, Professor Merritt, Miss Dobson and Miss Golds worthy, have gone to their homes for the summer vacation. Miss Golds worthy will teach the primary de partment again next year. Mr. and Mrs. John Doidge, of Sioux City, came Saturday for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Doidge and the chil dren will spend several weeks here N. F. Stilson was in Denison on bus iness Friday. Misses Cora Argotsinger and Stella Staller visited their friend, Gretchen Galland, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oliver went to Rodney to fish, but were rather disappointed as fish were not biting well. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wingrove visit ed Henry Petersen Sunday. Two young ladies spent a pleasant time at the Horatio Wingrove home last week. Mrs. Delbert Lee was a Denison shopper Monday. Henry Galland was a Dow City call er Saturday. Adelia Brant, of Denison, visited at J. Turnlund's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Wingrove gave a strawberry feast to several families last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Town, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kep ford, Mrs. A. M. Wingrove and Buz Emminger and Mr. and Mrs. John Turnlund were the guests who en joyed fried chicken, strawberries and ice cream. Miss Galland visited her friend, Mary Staller, the last of the week. Lovers of horse racing will be in terested next Saturday afternoon, as races have been arranged between Mr. Alexander's horse and Mike O'Dea's and several other races have been arranged. Jos. Kepford and family have been enjoying the pleasant weather and the good roads by taking trips in the fine new auto. Leon took Mrs. A. M. Wingrove and Mrs. Turnlund for a drive to see friends last Sunday. Miss Ava Butler came home Friday for the summer vacation from Grin nell, where she has been- attending college, and her sister, Miss Feme, came Sunday from Lincoln, Neb., for the summer vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. James Berka went to Montour last week to be present at the funeral of a brother-in-law. J. A. Garvert has gone to a town near Sioux City, where he will have a better salary. Mr. Garvert has made many friends for himself and for the company which employs liim. His place is taken by Mr. Earl Gal land, a young man who is highly spok en of. Mrs. Ida Talcott took dinner with Miss Janet Rae Sunday. Mrs. Jas. Nelson is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lang. KIRON NEWS. 4 Mr. and Mrs. I. Michaelson spent the past two weeks visiting at Ak ron and Hawarden. While there Mr. Michaelson looked after his landed in terests near Akron. Mrs. A. Sedarb^rg, who has been on the sick list the past week, has recov ered sufficiently to be about again. The Grill farm southwest of town recently sold to F. D. Reinking, of Schleswig. The farm consisted of 320 acres and the price paid was $118 per acre. It is fairly w.ell improwd and no doubt will make the purchaser good money. Alfred Olson returned last week from a land viewing trip through Minnesota. We have not learned if he found anything that suited him. The recent primary, held in the Kiron precinct, drew out only forty votes. The importance of the primary when capable and trustworthy candi dates should be elected, should have brought out every vote in the pre cinct. We are surprised at the neg lect and noninterest of the voters. Emil Wangler, mail man number one, took a trip to Sioux City in com pany with Chas. Iverson last week to have his auto fever removed, which was successfully accomplished by the purchase of a dandy Ford auto. A number of our people went to Schleswig Saturday to attend the children's day doings. The writer returned Thursday even ing from a trip to Sioux Falls, Egan, Yankton and several other points in South Dakota. The crop prospects never looked better in that territory and the farmers expect to harvest a bumper crop. Mrs. Oscar Tellgren visited with relatives and friends at Soldier over Sunday. Rev. A. Anderson, from Phelps county, Neb., preached at the Mis sion church last Sunday morning and evening. He is one of the old time gospel messengers and with pleasure his audience listened to the, biblical truths he presented. The unveiling of the monument pre sented by the W. O. W. lodge, which marks the resting place of the late N. P. Larson, took place Sunday after noon, when a number of the lodge members of Denison came to conduct the rites and ceremony according to the cusom of the lodge. After a drill on our streets a procession was form ed and marched to the cemetery, where the lodge performed their re quired and pledged duty to their re ceased brother. Quite a number of our pople attended and to many it was something new, as they had nev er witnessed the lodge rites. S. M. Johnson arrived from Omaha last week to make preparations for the opening of the Kiron hotel, and he expects to open up for business this week. There is no question but the hotel business, if properly conducted, will pay out and we wish Mr. John son success in his undertaking. Fred Lanz is one of the recent pur chasers of a fine auto and will now enjoy himself. From last Wednesday's Daily Free Press (Sioux Falls, S. D.|, we copy the following item which will be read with great interest by the many friends of the accomplished young lady whom it concerns: "The gradu ating recital of the Sioux Falls College of music was given before a large and enthusiastic audience last even ing in the city temple. Miss Neva Norelius, of Kiron, Iowa, graduated at this time from the piano depart ment. Her playing showed good com prehension, musical feeling and splen did training. She has a graceful, womanly manner and played her diffi cult part with great credit. Miss Norelius was assisted by Hugh A. Hamilton, tenor, for whose singing of the two difficult Messiah numbers the audience demanded reappearance. A part of the program in which Miss Neva very efficiently filled were: Prelude in C. Sharp ..Rachmaninoff Gavotte^ in minor Bach March Mionne Poldini Valse, Op. 64, No. 2 Chopin Humoreske Dvorak Poupee Valsante (Dancing Doll)... Poldini Her many Kiron friends are elated over her success and her most bright and promising future. G. A. Norelius and family, who autoed to Sioux Falls to attend the graduating of Miss Neva and to visit friends, returned home last week, having had a most delightful time. They were accompanied by Mrs. Al ma Ward and Miss Myrtle Linman. Futility. Teacher—Tommy, what is the meaning of the word futility? Tommy—I don't know exactly, but en example of it would be trying to tickle a turtle's back with a chicken feather.