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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O'C'onneil and
little folks were here from Huron, S.
1»., a few days last week visiting at
tlic home of Mi. and Mrs. Jiin Hous
ton. They returned home Saturday.
Eugene Baber was at .Manilla a few
days last week, returning Saturday, ac
companied by his wife and baby.
Misses Jessie, Ksther and Naomi
Honaker caine un from Woodbine Sat
urday to spend a day or two with their
uncle and aunt, Mr. and -Mrs. Howard
lira ee.
Miss Anna Malluni was in Dunlap
Saturday having dental work done.
The II. (3. Scott family moved last
week to the house recently vacated by
Virgil Buttervorth. Hil .Johnson mov
ed to the house vacated by Mr. Scott,
und Wm. Spence, Jr. will, occupy the
property left vacant by the Johnsons.
Mrs. Frank Crawford ca'me Saturday
from Denison to visit at the James
Itaber, Sr. home.
Air. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson autoed
down to (lalhind's Grove Thursday to
attend the funeral cf friend, Mrs.
Hansen, who died Tuesday in Logan.
Mrs. A. H. Harper has been tjuite
ill tlie past week. Her numerous
friends are pleased to learn of her
.Mrs. Klmer Newkirk went to (-)iar
tor Oak Thursday to visit a couple of
days with her friend, Mrs. John Tor
Horn on Sunday. May 2d, to Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Alexander, a son.
Will Dwine soul a shipment of three
ears of eattle and one of hogs to the
Chicago market Saturday night. He
nnd his son, Jay, accompanied the
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ilrazel autoed to
Defiance Sunday to spend the day at
the home of their sou, Luther, and
wife. Their daughter, Zella, who had
been staying at her brother's the past
few weeks, accompanied them home.
Mrs. Janett Onmdall and daughter,
Miss Lulu, were Denison visitors last
Mrs. Charley Rasmusson, who came
(wo weeks ago from Ainsworth, Neb.,
on account of the illness of her moth
er, Mrs. G. W. Laugley, returned home
last Tuesday. We are glad to report
Airs. Langley as considerably im
Fred Kremiens purchased a fine new
Overland ear the past week.
A. 10. Loring came up from Omaha
Saturday night to spend Sunday with
liis wife.
Frank O'Meara was a business visit
or in Denison Saturday.
Mrs. K. B. llruiulage was up from
Missouri Valley the latter part of the
week. Mr. Hrundage lias been here
the past two weeks selling out the
hardware stock recently purchased of
,T. It. Hest. The fixtures, etc.. are be
ing crated for shipment and will be
taken to the Valley for use in Mr.
I lm adage's store there.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ahart, who maker,
her home with her daughter, Mrs.
Charley Smith, went Saturday to the
home of her other daughter, Mrs. Joe
Stepanek, for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rule and baby,
accompanied by Mr. aiyl Mrs. Tilton,
autoed over from Harla/n Thursday to
spend the day witli Grandmother kule.
Joe Wilson, tlie insurance man of
Woodbine, was a caller here Thursday
renewing old acquaintances and visit
ing his nephew, Fred Coleman, and
Miss Grace Ratigliman was up from
Dunlap several days last week visit
ing at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Andrew L. Jackson.
Rev. W. A. Nelson and family got
away last Thursday evening for the
new home at Farmington. They went
as far as Arion, where they visited
over night at the James Itallentyne
home and Mr. Nelson departed Friday
morning for Farmington. Mrs. Nelson
and ICdilh went to Onawa to Visit rel
atives. They will also visit in Wayne
county before they join Mr. Nelson.
The.best wishes of a large circle of
friends are theirs for happiness and
Miss Janet. Muir, of Denison, was
"an oVer Sunday visitor with .friends
southeast of town:
The Friday oluli was delightfully
entertained at their regular meeting
list week at the home of Mrs. C. W.
Manning. The teachers of the local
schools and several other guests were
present, which added charm to the oc
casion! The time was devoted to fan
cy work and social dial, after which
an elegant lunch was served. Out of
town guests were Mrs. M. K. IVlelish,
of Virginia, HI., and Mrs. O. A. Itas
musseii, of Ainsworth. Neb.
Dr. Wm. IJeatty. of Omaha, transact-'
ed business and visited friends in this
vicinity last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman lierndt are
enjoying the pleasures of a new Ford,
purchased last week in Failing.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Handel, Mrs. II.
G. Luke and daughter, Kathleen, and
Mjss .'Nlna Munia autoed down to
Woodbine Thursday afternoon.
Buttorworth & Son. of the City meat
market, have installed an elegant new
Pe.reival refrigerator show case. It
is of the latest and most up to date
design and adds greatly to their facili
ties for handling their wares. It is cf
the same-design and make as the one
installed by D. 10. ISremser a month or
so ago.
Mrs. Albert Loring anil Miss Kflie
Fleming wore in Denison Saturday vis
iting friends and shopping.
Kldcr Cornelius A. nutterworth de
parted Friday for Independence, -Mo.,
where he will stop a day or two, after
which lie will journey on to San Fran
cisco, where he sails for Australia to
join liis family and resume his work
as missionary for the L. I). S. church.
He has spent twenty-five years in that
land in that line of work a:r! this was
but his third trip lieer during that
time. His work has kept him here
the past year and lie welcomed the
time when lie could take up his home
ward journey. We wish him many
more years of successful work in his
calling r.iul trus he may be spared to
return to this, his old home and kind
red here again.
Leslie ilok-oinl) departed Monday for
Des Moines on a business mission.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnos Cross were in
Denison Monday.
M. C. I'etelish arrived here last week
from Virginia. III., to meet his wife
and son, who are on their way home
from a two months' trip through the
west and in attendance At the e\posi
tion. Alter several days' visit at tin
T. X. Chamberlain homo, they took up
their journey to their own home.
John lloworth is back from his bus
iness trip to Kansas City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. McUrido, son,
Frank, and Miss Leahy, of Denison,
were callers Friday evening at, the L.
10. McHride home.
Miss Genevieve Dow and Mrs. C. .1.
O'Meara were Denison callers Satur
Mrs. J. G. Graul went to Omaha
Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Julia Mix. a few days.
Miss Lucy llealy accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. Will Seemann to Charter
Oak Sunday to visit friends.
Mrs. O. A. Cooper and Mrs. W. O.
olls went to Manilla last week to see
thr-ir sister-in-law, Mrs. 10. II. Baber.
Misr. Marie Itudd was down from
Carroll Sunday and spent the day with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Uudd.
Ahart & Chamberlain sent a ship
ment of hogs to the Chicago market
Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank lloworth were
passengers to Omaha Monday. Mr.
lloworth doesn't seem to be getting
along as well since his operation as it
was thought he should and thus they
deemed best to see hi.* physician
Mrs. F. N. I'owe expects her mother,
Mrs. Klickner, of Minneapolis, and sis
ter, Mrs. Ilughes, of Des Moines, to be
here this week for a visit with her.
Mrs. John Klinkehach, of Hissouri
Valley, visited iier husband here last
Friday. Mr. Klinkehach has been as
sisting K. 10. Brundage in the sale of
the Best hardware stock.
Harvey Cramer and sister. Miss
Bessie, went up to Bloom field, Neb
last Friday to spend a few days at the
home of their sister, Mrs. Fabe Cran
Mr. and Mrs. 10. N. Chamberlain and
their house guests. Mr. and Mrs. M. ('..
Petelish, of Virginia, 111.', were Sunday
guests at the A. F. Boylan home in
Albert, llirkhofer was a passenger
to Omaha Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Farl Brake and the
former's sister, Mrs. Guy Johnson, all
of Sohleswig. were callers Sunday at
the George Brake home. They had
been visiting at the Fd Brake home,
in Tloyer township.
Misses Itachel DeWolf and Jenna
Strahan, of Denison, spent Sunday
with Miss Lulu Howorth.
Nelson Butler was over from Man
ning and spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. Tim Colemhn has ret uracil
from a visit with relatives at ('arson.
Her niece, Miss Lcva_Killion, accom
panied her.
Mrs. Mamie Mulviliill was up from
Omaha for an over Sunday visit with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell.
Miss Marie Riddle has returned to
her work at Dunlap alter spending
several, weeks here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Link Kiddle.
Mrs. Sol Miller has so far recover
ed from her recent severe illness that
she was able to come to town Satur
day, a fact that, her many friends will
be pleased to learn.
Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Beard, of Dun
lap, Sundayed here at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. Jas. Baber, Jr.
The Standard Oil company, which
recently established an oil station at
this place, received their first consign
ment of gasoline and their wagou was
out out making deliveries for the lirst
time Monday. Routes to Buck Grove,
Arion and Kenwood have been estr.b
lislied. 101/a Servos:,, of Dunlap, has
beei) enjwged as agent here and has
charge ol the business.
Miss Kniia Wilbur, who teaches in
the Bee Tree district, spent Sunday
at the parental. Fred Wilbur, home
north of Dunlap.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Goldsworth.v went
to Villisca last, week to visit rela
•Miss lOva Rov visited relatives i:i
Denison Saturday.
Mrs. Lessie lloworth was hostess
last Saturday to the IViseill.i club.
The usual number of ladies was pres
ent and a delightful time was had.
Dainty refreshments^were served.
Lois, the eighteen months old daugh
ter of Mr. anil Mrs. J. R. Best, had her
shoulder dislocated last week. Her
mother was leading the child when
the latter fell, wrenching the joint as
above stated. A physician was called
to correct the dislocation and she is
all right again.
Miss lOlsie ftandel returned Thurs
day evening from a four mouths' so
journ in California.
Mrs. Surah Kuykendall returned on
Saturday from a month's visit with
relatives at Humboldt, Kilns.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles llollins spent
Saturday and Sunday in Omaha.
The second nine came up from Dun
lap Saturday morning to meet our
lads and they carried off the honors by
a score of 15 to 12. This makes a
game each.
The Triangle Amusement company
put on the first number of. their serial
photo play, "The Black Box," last Fri
day evening, and as previously an
nounced, the admission was free. A.
targe crowd attended and the popular
opinion seems to be that this one is as
good in every way and, superior in sev
eral ways to the preceding serials,
and that is saying a great deal. These
serial pictures are attracting much at
Misses Fanehen Probaseo and Ve
ronica Adama were over from Charter
Oak Thursd'.i.V calling oil friends.
The What 1 Can Mission circle will
meet next Saturday afternoon with
Miss Florence Miller.
Rev. and .Mrs. A. IS. Adamr. have re
ceived an invitation to attend a big
rally and anniversary celebration on
next Sunday at lOpwortli church, Coun
cil Bluffs, and' they expect to attend.
Arrangements will be made to till the
pulpit here, probably by a brother
from Missouri Valley.
Rev. Daniel Reagan returned last
week from Omaha, where he had been
taking medical treatment. On Sunday
he filled the pulpit at the Baptist
church and his numerous friends were
delighted to hear him again. On Mon
day he and his wife departed for their
home at What Cheer.
Word conies from Independence,
Mo., that Mrs. Leslie Holconib is able
to leave the sanitarium and go to the
home of her niotherin-law. She lias
been there six weeks.
The George IJule ami Joe Pear.-.ail
families have been among the latest
victims of the measles, several in cacti
family being sick. The disease seems
to have about run out of victims here
in town.
Mrs. J. R. Best and Miss Emma
Lueek were shoppers in Denison Mon
Fugene liabcr handed in his resig
nation to the council Monday evening,
to take effect immediately. Mr. Ba
ber was hired as electrical engineer
to take the place of A. 10. Loring, who
resigned April. Sth. lOljner 10. Curtis,
recently of Chicago, has been taken
on trial in Mr. Baber's place and if
satisfactory will undoubtedly bo ap
pointed permanently. He has had a
number of years experience in this
line and lias so far given good satis
Miss Jessie Goodrich and mother
were down from Denison Sunday to
spend the day at the Kdmuiul lkiworili
I'rof. C. W. Manning has been for
tunate in securing Governor Clarke to
deliver the address to the graduates
here on the evening of May 29th. M.
G. Wiggins, commander of ISud Sniitii
post, asked him to fonie early eonugh
in the day to give the memorial ad
dress nnd the governor has kindly
consented. The memorial day, which
falls on Sunday this year, will he ob
rieived on Saturday. With our gov
ernor giving two addresses on that
day all of our citizens will be given a
good opportunity to hear him and
should plan to be present one tiuie or
the other.
Lew Sterrett. was fortunate enough
last. Friday to capture eight cub
Mrs. lOlrner I'olzien, of Buck Grove,
was a visitor here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Keairnes went
into a Held one day last week to burn
around a haystack. The wind fanned
the lire into a tierce tlanie, which ran
into the stack, consuming it. The
stack contained about seven tons of
choice hay.
Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Wiley and Mr.
and Mrs. W. It. McDonald were in
Denison Saturday.
District Supt. Cable came up from
Council Bluffs Saturday evening to
hold the third quarterly conference.
He also preached Sunday morning.
The local ball nine played the first
game of the season last Sunday with
the Dunlap team on their grounds, a
good crowd of rooters accompanying
them. Art. Wilson, our popular bar
ber, filled the box to the satisfaction
of our enthusiasts, lie was in good
form and held the last Dunlap team
down to two hits, while our boys j"
twelve- elf their pitcher. The game was
called in the hist hall of the eighth on
account of the rain, the score being
to 2 at that time in favor of I low City
Brill's batting was a notable feature.
If he can continue his good playing
(and why shouldn't lie?) there in un
raeson why Dow City shouldn't exceed
her last year's record, and lie is even
expected to do Ir'ttei- far this is his
initial game here. The lineup vaiies
hut flightly from last year and is as
follows: I'ileh'-r, An Wilson: eat-'her,
Joe Brill: 1st base, Hugh Butterwortli
2d base, Buzz Alexander: "d base. Bob
Fishel short, Ben Davis center field,
Jim Turnlund right lield, Lloyd
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Brake: le't lie.ld, Howard Brace, em
pires were Dugan, of Dunlap, and
l'earsall of Dow city. The next game
betwi en these teams will be played
here next Sunday.
Curly Alexander shipped his race
horses to Denver Monday to enter
them in the big races now in progress.
Cecil Fd wards and Harry Bybee went
with them.
Mrs. Jane Wood entertained Rev.
and Mrs. W. A. Nelson and daughter,
Hdith. at dinner last Thursday.
J. W. Mormet, of Gulva. who will be
cashier of the now bank that is being
built here, has purchased the Willis
Wiggins house, lie will take posses
sion of the properly June 1st.
R-V. A. B. Adanig was in Denison
About, a doxrn of the members of
the Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety attended the district convention
Thursday nnd Friday at Denison. Al
so a number of the Standard Bearers
went lip for the Friday evening pie
gram. Our girls' quartet, composed of
Misses Sharp, Alexander, Wiley and
Noland, had one number on the pro
Word comes to us of the death of
Mrs. John Creagcn at the homu of her
step-darghU.T, Mrs. Lida Norman,-ar
Cherryvale, Kans. Mrs. Civagon has
Pon't You think a Nice Little Diamond Ring would be Nice for Commence
ment? $15 to $40 buys a very nice one. A nice watch from $12 and
up would go pretty well, would ft not? At any-rate come to the
(Corner Jewelry Store.
E. C.
been alVlic'.ed lor a number of months
with locomotor ataxia and had been
an invalid, in consequence. Burial tViok
place at Ciiers-y\ale. .Mrs. Creagon
lived here a number of years and
leaves many friends to mourn her.
Mrs. Ward McDonald entertained
the Sunshine club last Wednesday af
ternoon. A number of other guests
were present and all enjoyed a very
pleasant aiternoon. Delicious refresh
ments were served. Out of town
goofs were'Miss Gihbs, of Harlan, and
Mrs. C. A. Ita^nuiasen, of Ainsworth,
Chris Vollerson purchased last week
of J. R. Best the building occupied
until reeeiiily b.v the J. R. Best hard
ware store. We are informed that P.
W. 'O'Meara has leased the property
and will open a hardware store and
that J. I'. Wi.-.e will conduct the busi
ness for Mr. O'Meara. The remnants,
of tlie former stock haws been ship
ped to Missouri Valley and the build
in:1, is now vacant. The new business
will open at. aii early date! We be
speak for Mr. O'Meara a good patron-
While Mr. and Mrs. Hnos Cross were
in town last Saturday alter,noon, their
son, Donald, aged about seven years,
sot some mutches and in company with
Sensational New Price on the Leader
a neighbor's child set lire to a straw
stack in the yards a short distance
from the outbuildings. The child had
been left in the care of the grandmoth
er, who was much frightened when
she noticed the flames. The telephone
was brought, into use and soon several
autoes were filed with men anxious to
help, and they hurried to the Cross
home about two miles front town. The
southeasterly wind, however, carried
the (lames away from the buildings
and there was nothing to do but let the
slack burn down. It is most fortunate
for Mr. Cross ithat the loss was not
Mrs. Hans Neetlian was badly hurt
in a runaway last Friday forenoon.
She, in company Willi her daughtei
Mrs. Charley Igou, started to drive to
Arion. When near the J. X. Bell
home the team started to run and Mrs.
Igou was unable to cheek them. Mrs.
Neethati thought to jump from the
buggy, but as she rose to her feet
she lost her balance and fell over the
dashboard directly behind the horses,
lighting on her head. Two wheels of
the vehicle passed over the woman's
side. The team ran about eighty rods
before they stopped. .Mrs.'Igou drove
liack to where her mother was and
neighbors who had gathered helped
Now with Seven-Passenger Body
We are pleased to announce that we have' secured the agency
for the famous Chandler Light-Weight Six. The factory has ap
pointed us distributors for this territory.
The recognized leadership of the Chandler makes us especially proud of this connection.
We are prepared to make prompt deliveries of the new season's Chandra*'" and
insure generous, intelligent service at all times to local Chandler owners.
The seven-passenger Chandler is a ldng, roomy car, luxuriously finished and upholstered/and with a
genuine seven-passenger body. The price is only $1295, f. o. b. Cleveland.
Up in front is that same marvelous Chandler motor that in three years' time hr.s made the Chandler one cf the really
famous American cars. It doesn't seem possible that such a car could be built to sell for $1295.
A most pleasing thing about the new seven-passenger model is the fact that, except for its longer wheel-base and big
roomy body and a few general improvements, it is the same car you have heard so much about the past year—the
same car that sold so successfully, with only five-passenger body, at $1595.
That's a point the motor-wise will recognize as very important. It is not anew model, not anew design, anew motor,
designed to meet price tendencies. Not a single feature of design or materials has been cheapened in quality to make the
price possible. It is the car that for two years has established price tendencies, not followed them.
No Other.Car at Less than $2000 Possesses
The exclusive Chandler motor of Chandler di-sign anil
built in the Chandler factory. A powerful, quiet,
economical, beautifully finished motor that any man
may well be proud of.
Bosch Magneto, and Bosch Spark Plugs.
Gray & Davis Electric Starting Motor.
Gray & Davis Electric Generator.
Rnyfield Double-Jet Carburetor.
Mayo Genuine Mercedes Type Radiator.'
Worm-Bevel Iie: Axle, smooth-running and silent.
Cast Aluminum Motor Base extending front frame to
frame giving rigidity to the engine mounting provid
ing pedestals for magneto, water and oil pumps and
generator and doing away with necessity for a dirty,
rattly sheet-metal drip pan.
Touring Car or Roadster, $1295—with the Marvelous Chandler Motor
You cannot afford to pay more than $1000 for an automobile without seeing the Chandler
HUBBEL BL. Also Roadsters an^ 5-Passenger Cars PHONE 453
Lights Sixes
these Features:
Three Silent Chains, enclosed and running in bath of oil,
for driving motor shafts.
Genuine Hand-Buffed Leather Upltol.itery.
Firestone Demountable ttinw.
Stewart Vacuum Gasoline Feed.
Golde Patent One-Man Top.
Jiffy Curtains.
Bair patent Top Holders
Motor-Driven Horn.
Stewart-Warner Magnetic Speedometer.
Instantly Adjustable Tire Carrier (no atraps) at rear of
All the usual incidental equipment.
Chamberlin, Proprietor
to put the injured woman in the buggy
and she was taken to the Igou liome.
Her head is badly cut and bruised and^
her side badly injured, and she is suf-*
fering greatly. She is about 70 years
of age. We trust she may get,along
well and recover her .accustomed good
The Baptist church has extended a
call to Rev. lOssex, of New Hartford,
but ,we are informed that ho has an
other call and it is not known as yet
as to whether he will accept the placo
here or not. Mr. lOssex was here re
cently and preached and the congre
gation was much pleased with him.
The school play, "The Crimson and
the Blue," given last Thursday eve
ning, made quite a hit. It was a typi
cal high school play, picturing out"
that period and ten years later. Tho
play was a good clean one and con
tained spice enough to make it most,
interesting. The high school orches
tra of nine pieces furnished music and
Misses-Stella and Feme Butler giave a,
vocal selwUlon that the audience ap
preciated. The proceeds were abouL
Guild Iludd arrived here Monday
from Audubon, having completed his
work with lite telephone gang.
The Canndirr weighs only £95S pounds.
It runs Ifi miles or more pet* gallon of ens
uiine, 700 milca per tfuHua of oil and
70U0 miles per set of tircn. Speed, 3 to
55 tuilc.i per hour on hiuti.

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