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That tersely describes the kind of PHOTO GRAPHS we deliver to our patrons. School commences Monday. Henry Ludwig, of Deloit, was a bus iness caller in Denison Tuesday. Miss Mabel Thompson, of Manilla, •visited friends in the city Monday. Mrs. Leo Collins, of Charter Oak, visited friends in the city Tuesday. I'rol. F. N. Olry was in West Side Monday attending to soma school mat ters. P. l'J. Nordell, of Kiroii, attended the old settlers' picnic in this city Tues day. Theodore Muenster, of Morgan tovvn uliip, was a pleasant county seat bus iness visitor Monday. Luniaji Sew ell departed Monday for Sioux Kalis, S. D„ to look al'ter a farm "which lie owns near there. Mrs. John Kousch and daughter, of liDunlap, were among the out of town '..callers in Denison yesterday. ?i Miss Ksther Gates, of Audubon, is \isiting at tins home of her sister, I'Mrs. Carl |Casvvell, in this city.' Slieriff H. J. Cummings and Repre sentative Klinkcr were in Correction 'Jviile Monday transacting business. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Jones were ov er from ('barter Oak yesterday in at tendance at the old settlers' picnic. Misses Jennie and Faye Woodward, of Manilla, were in Denison Saturday shopping and visiting with friends. Mr. Phil Schlumberger went down to Colfax Monday, where lie is spend ing the week taking a much needed rest-. Clarence and Leslie Ixigsdon, of Marshalltovvn, are spending the week in Denison visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Cole. l)r. anil Mrs. Hal C. Simpson return ed Friday morning from Paola, Kans., where they accompanied •the body of Mr. Simpson's father. i' Miss Murio.: Salomoli 'is ^xpectfed home the latter part or the week irom j'Duluth, Minn., where she has been -Kspending the jmiumtir with he moth- Mr. Rd Downey arid daughter. Miss ertrude, of Jackson township, were ^hose^fiym-a dishutee who were ildendaiu'e*'at the old Bettlers' plc /.\nic yesterday. Robert Roman? came down from Aberdeen, S. T)., Monday rOr a lew days' visit with relatives iu Denison. He will accompany his father, Mr. R. A. Romans, home the last of the week. Miss Krma Naeve has-beeu quite •sick at her heme for the past ten day's, suffering from a severe attack of ton silits. We are pleased to report that her condition is somewhat improved today. Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Houseman and children and Mr. and Mrs. August Knaack, of Davenport, who were guests at the ('has. Uartcher home last week, returned home Friday. They made the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Danielson and Mr. and Mrs. I. Lind, of Kiron, were among those from out. of town to at tend the old settlers' picnic in Deni son yesterday. The Review acknowl edges a pleasant call. ./ Hugo, Martin. Kdward and Harry 'Saggau returned Friday evening from Dorsett, Minn., where they enjoyed a vacation at the John Saggau cottage. ,.'i hey drove overland in a -Ford car, lnaking the trip in two days. Mrs. 11. Knaul returned last, week 'from Omaha, where she lias been for the past lew weeks taking treatment at a hospital for nervous trouble. We are pleased to report that she return ed much improved in health. Mrs. Hugh Butterworth, of Dow City, and Mrs. William Torbet and son Hobby, of Denver, who are visiting at the Hutterworth home in Daw City, spent Tuesday in Denison visiting at the home of Miss Rhea Cummings. Only two marriage licenses have been issued by County Clerk Mona ghan since the last issue of the lie view, they being Jacob liolkmau and Agnes Grill on August 23d, and OJto Kusch and lSlsa Pencker on the 24th. Mr. and Mrs. .T. H. Tanim and Sarah rt'arr returned from Dorsett, Minn., last Wednesday, where they enjoyed an outing at the Tanim cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Tanim expect to return to Dorsett some time in October, where they will remain a few weeks for fall shooting and fishing. Mr. George Naeve and Mr. 15. J. Sib bert returned last week from a trip through North and South .Dakota, •where they have large land interests. They found their crops in excellent shape and everything pointing to big yields of both corn and small grain. Mr. and Mrs. James McAndrews and daughter, Mrs. Pearl Healey, of Vail, were among those from a distance at tending the old settlers' picnic in Den ison yesterday afternoon. Mr. Mc Andrews is one of the real old pioneer citizens of Crawford county, having resided here for fifty years. Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Scott, of Keokuk, and Mrs. Smith and Miss Scott,, of Burlington, motored to Denison last Thursday for a few days' visit at the Geo. Stephens home. Mr. Scott is the sheriff of Lee county and together with liis wife and party of friends were en joying a vacation trip. They return ed home Sunday. I W The Ferguson Studio Mems cf a $ceal %ind Fred Neusbaum is reported on the sick list this week. Mr. lien Pautsch spent Monday in Omaha transacting business. Additional Denison local news on page two of the second section. Mr. S. P. Gulick visited with friends in West Side the latter part of last week. Miss Minnie Pahl spent several days last week visiting old friends in Schleswig. Fred Schuller, of Otter Creek town ship was iu Denison yesterday attend ing the picnic. Miss Margaret Gafl'e.v visited with Mrs. T. McGrath in Mapletou several days last week. Miss May Flaiiive is spending the week vsiting at the Patrick lieheii liopie south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence O'Meara, of Dow city, attended church services in Denison on Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Kisk, of Boone, spent the first of the week iu Denison visit ing her niece, .Mrs. Chas. Bartcher. Lev. Win. Frese will lipid services at the German Lutheran church at Buck Grove next Sunday, afternoon. Misses Orplia and Belle Marshall, of Des Moines are visiting in Denison this week at the home of Mrs. M. 10. Jones. Julius Molter and Henry Lage, of Manning, were among those from a distant*.' in attendance at the old set tlers picnic. Mrs. John Meelian, of Manilla, spent yesterday in Denisjun visiting with relatives anil attending the old set tlers' picnic. Mr. S. P. Gulick went down to Vail the forepart of the week where he en joyed the sessions of the chautauqua for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bagg, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McMinimee, returned to their home at Garner Monday. Sears Nelson spent Saturday in Omaha transacting business. Mr. Nel son has charge of his brother's shop in Denison during his absence. Dr. and Mrs. 11. O. JVIcConnaugliey ,aiid children returned Saturday from Benzonia, Mich., where they spent three weeks visiting his mother. Mrs. W. K. Wisler, returned to her homo iu Missourie Valley Monday, after afew. days' visi't, in the .city with her daug^tjef, Mf^ J. jB^.L^oiKr ,! Mrs. J. W'.'-ffliller and children left last week for Chinook. Mont., where they will .visit with ber parents and brothers foV a mdiith or six weeks.' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rickers and chil dren, who reside in Jackson township are in Denison today visiting with friends and having denial work done. ', Miss Florence Reynolds, of Minden, Neb. is spending the week in Deuison visiting her friend, Mrs. A. Wright. Miss Reynolds publishes the Minden News. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lage and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lage, of Manning, were in this city yesterday attending the Old Settler's picnic and visiting with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bosecker and children, residents of Mt. Carmel, ill. arrived in Denison last week for a brief visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Carl Berndt. Miss Margaret Gaffney and sou, Jo seph, of Philadelphia, arrived in this city Saturday for a visit of several weeks' at the home of the former's nephew, Mr. P. J. pfarrelly. Albert Schwiesow has purchased the L. Hubbel house located on north Wash, avenue for a consideration of $tnoo.oo. The Schwiesow family will take possesion the first ol' March. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pearson and children, of Lake View, and Arthur and Frank Pearson, of Glidden, motored to Denison Sunday to spend the day with Enoch Olson and family. Mr. S. P. Gulick left this afternoon for Woodl)!::.' where he will attend the annual camp meeting of the Harrison County Holliness Association. He ex pects to return to Denison next Tues day. Miss Nell Flah ive and brother. John, returned to Denison form Dav enport the forepart of the week where they went to be iu attendance at the funeral of their cousin, Mr. George Tank. Tom and John McMahon returned home from, their vacation the fore paVt of the week, having spent sever al weeks visiting with relatives and friends at. Coon Rapids and Rock Island, 111. Misse Gertrude and Garnett Briggs, of Omaha, wore week end guests at the C. L. Caswell home in this city. The Misses Briggs and Flo Caswell we^e schoolmates at Oberlin during the past year. Mr. J. W. Miller jr. has commenced the erection of a new house on the lot which he purchased last week from G. M. McAliern and which is located just north of his home. The house will be completed before cold weather sets in. Dr. L. M. Coon returned the first of the week from a trip through North and South Dakota, where he went to look after some land interests. Dr. Coon informs us that crops were never better in tho Dakotas than they are this year. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lamlmrn autoed to Griswold Sunday last, returning on Monday/'accompanied by the former's brother, Mr. Charles Lanibrn, wile and daughter, who are returning to their home in Chicago after a visit with relatives at Griswold. Rev. Win. Frese was called home Monday from Ft. Dodge where he was attending the German Lutheran Synod to officiate at the funeral of Mrs. Dietrich Mundt. Prof. Nagel who also was in attendence at the synod returned home last evening. Miss Kate Gaffey returned home fromltochester, Minn, the latter part of the week very much improved in health, a fact which her many friends will be pleased to note. funeral of Mielieal MsMahon. in Ma nilla on Friday of last week. Miss Hazel Laub writes Denison friends from Chicago that she expects to return home on September (i. Miss Laub has been engaged in settlement work at Marci Center one of the worst slum districts in Chicago for the past few weeks. She will spen'd the winter in Denison at the pareutal home. J. W. Miller Jr. has sold one of his residences south of the Catholic Church to W. G. Patterson, of Council Bluffs, who will take possesion of it in the near future. Mr. Patterson tra vels for the Paxton Gallagher company of Omaha, and decided to purchase a home in Denison on account of the railroad connections. The Woodman Circle met in regular session on Monday eyening of tins'' week and the monthly social •enter tainment. was enjoyed to the fullest extent by those present. The program following the business hour was in charge 'of Mrs. Grace Sprecher and Mrs. Jennie Armstrong and two very sweetly rendered solos by Miss Jessie Luney were highly appreciated, as were also several clever games ar ranged by Mrs. Sprecher. A very tempting menu was served by the committee late iu the evening. The monthly social of the circle is prov ing both beneficial and enjoyable to the members. Mr. Chauncey Liscomb, who lives on a fine farm adjoining Duulap, at tended the old settlers' picnic at Wash ington park yesterday. Mr. Liscomb always makes it a point to be iu at tendance at'the old settlers' reunion and enjoys meeting his old friends. He is still engaged in active farming and informed a representative of this paper that he has had great success this year with Marvelous Indiana win ter wheat. He purchased some of this seed at $3.00 per bushel and sowed it on four acres of his farm in Boyer township, one-half bushel to the acre, and when harvest time came he threshed 242 bushels of wheat, mak ing G(H£ bushels to the acre. He is positive that from three to live bush' els were left on each .acre on account of it being so badly lodged and the ground so wet. Mr. Liscomb will have two hundred bushels of this seed for sale and is advertising it in this issue. S?tti$oeial'6irekit Mrs. Hugo Gebert entertained Hie •Coterie club and-a few Special friends Thutsida^.j' ^lie.'aftdr^tion was devot ed to''Visiting' and' fancy work, after which an elegant two course supper was served.'1 Mrs. Robertson, of Sioux City was'an but of town guest. Tli'e young girls of Mrs. Hawley's Sunday school class enjoyed a fine auto ride Saturday to the Isaac Ho worth home, where an elegant picnic supper was spread and thoroughly en joyed. Miss Graeo lnghram entertained about ten young ladies at a sluniber party oil Tuesday night. The trip to the pleasant country homo was made iu automobiles and the party was a huge success in every particular. Last summer the same crowd of girls en joyed the hospitality of Miss Grace and her parents and eagerly accepted the invitation to go again. A number of young ladies enjoyed a picnic in Grace park on Tuesday af ternoon. The pleasant affair was giv en as a courtesy to the Misses Orplia and Belle' Marshall, of Des Moines, who have been visiting relatives and friends in Denison. Mrs. R. P. Plimpton entertained at a kensington Friday afternoon in Hon or of Mrs. Albert Bagg, of Garner, and the Misses Orplia and Belle Marshall, of Des Moines. The afternoon was spent with sewing and all enjoyed the dainty refreshments served by the hostess. Miss Flo Caswell was hostess last Saturday afternoon at a kensington given in honor of Misses Gertrude and Garnett Briggs, of Omaha, who were week end house guests at the Caswell home. A delightful afternoon was spent with music and social conver sation, followed by tempting refresh ments served at daintily arranged tables. The H. II. club will hold the first meeting of the year at the library club room on Thursday evening, Sep tember 2d. ii Safety First! Time-worn, but especial ly essential in our line. When you have a pre scription filled at our Drug Store you are as sured of precaution be ing taken that absolutely eliminates all possibility of any mistakes in any respect. We employ only Registefed Pharmacists —and the double-check ing system used makes an error highly improb able. Over 30 years in Denison SCHLUMBERGER'S Drug Store it THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, 1915 FLOWER CONTEST WAS BIG EVENT Twenty-eight Ladies Compete in Flow er Naming and Spelling Contest at Boy8' Store Tuesday. MISS AGNTS KING WINS FIRST Fifty varieties of flowers grown in Iowa were put on display in a booth on the second floor. Harh flower was 'placed in a separate vase and num bered and each lady was given a card on which to write the names. On ac count of the large number who en tered the contest only fiiteqn minutes was allowed for each one to remain in tho booth. Mr. C. L. Voss was so interested iu the'contest as announced by the Re view last week that he offered a prize of $5.00 in cash to the first person who was able to name and spell cor rectly the names of two-thirds of the flowers. However he was not called upon to furnish the prize money as none of the contestants were able to spell, and name-correctly over (10 per cent of them. Miss Agnes King won the first prize, a $}i.0rt dress, as she spelled and named correctiy per ceut of the flowers. The second prize', a $'6.0U pair of shoes, was won by Mrs. Kmma Paup, and the third prize a sjsii.uo silk waist, was won by Miss Blossom llak er. The management of the Boys' store is more than1 delighted with the con test and feel that' their efforts were well worth while. For the benefit of those who entered the contest we are printing the names of the flowers in the order in which they were placed in the vases: I—Ageratuin H—Hydrangea :(—Clematis 4—Irish Khamrook .1—Gladiolus B—Pimipkir: 7—Calliopsiii X-—1'llluX !—Shasta Daisy 10—.Nasturtium II—Mignonette 12—Tansy ., IS—Coxeiniil' t, 3 1—Snowball ,,• jj 1 "(-^-Carina' 1 —1/ivt- for Rvor or Orpine '17—Christ's 'Thorn and Jerusalem Thorn, .lews'. Thorn, "Crown of Thorns'' 1S—tleliotroprt i] iit- stoi'i !i 2«—Cosmos 21 --f'elai'Koniiim and .Martha ingUon. (it't iuimi or I'ausy (Jcranhini.jl 22—Amaryllis ami lti-llailonna Lily^r Fairy Lily •, 2.1—Kuchsir. 'S •2I—Zinnia '.Kstrieli Feather 2"—SinKlo Dahlia. 2.6—Snap IJpiwm S 27—Trumpet Flutver' 28—BfcMim. liiUjr Slipnfer. Touch-.\fp Xot. Fulvu, .Icwt.'l Woeil, Snap Weft), tjuick in llaml 2!i—Bivohflor's Button :U»—Straw' Flower 31—KalvU*. S 32—Klowerinf,- Tleans 'ji 34—California Daisy 35—Mine l'"ox (ilovK, Si'lder Plant 3ti—Castor Roan 37—l'aintor's Crush 3S—Verbotia 3!l—l'etuni -. 40—Money Suckle 41—Snow on the Mountain 42—Colden ltod .43—Orange I'.lnssom 4 I—Titter Lily —.Marigold •I i—Carnation 4 7—Swcft ISriar IS—Crimson liambler -ill—I'Vver l'Vw. Wild Camomile rU—Candy Tul't. We have been requested to an nouce that the German Lutheran school will open for the fall term on Monday Ausuts 30. Scholl will open Scholl wil open in the old building ad joining the Lutheran Church as the new school house has not been com pleted. ,It is hoped to have the new school building in raediness late this fall. FORSALE- O Mrs. Emma Paup and Miss Blossom Baker Also Successful—Some of the Names Were Difficult. The flower naming and flower spell ing contest held yesterday at the Boys' department store created un usual interest among the women of Denison and vicinity. In the neighbor hood of forty women registered early in the week, but oiKTuesday just twen ty-eight participated. All wool costume serges, suitable for dresses, suits, skirts, sponged and shrunk, ready for use, colors and black, valuesQf A 10c white twilled Shaker double fleece, 10 yard limit, special yard 101 FARM LANDS FOR SALE SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS for sale and exchange prices right terms reasonable. Write P. V. Leuz, Kimball, Brule county, S. 1). iiO-Eit* 210 ACRES FOR SALE in Section 25 Washington township, Crawford coun ty,' Iowa. Price reasonable. Terms easy. Enquire of H. B. Sooz, Detianee. Iowa. 29-10t* 200 ACRE FARM FOR SALE-A good productive 201) acre farm, good improveirients, (pood soil and land. Near Arion. Will sell at right (igures and leave $20,000 in farm for years and S per cent if necessary. Clauson Tiros., Kiron, Iowa. o2-lit FRUIT BELT OF MICHIGAN—50, 000 acres ill Manistee, Benzie, Grand Traverse and Kalkaska counties, at $10 to $2ft per acre, easy terms. T. J. Elton, Manistee, Mich. 2G-10t, FOR SALE—An Iowa farm of 240 acres 171) acres in corn, balance pas ture: good improvements, good ,or chard. Will sell on easy terms and'low rate of interest. Address F. W. Bis beo, Turin, Iowa. SMI* FOR SALE—1C0 acre, fairly well improved farm in Ralls county, .Mis souri. in five miles of a good town, all prairie land, price $55 per acre, on easy terms. W. H. Logan, Laddonia, Mo. 33-41* GOOD LAND—Cheap in growing country actual settlers .wanted di versified farming or stock. If really iijte^rested write. Tickled to death to show you this country. Address O. S. Nordine, Karlstad, Minn. 34-lt» EXCEPTIONAL bargains in sfmall or large farms In Ramsey. Washing ton and Dakota counties, till near TWili citius and may be seen In -half duy's time.. Call or send for descriptive list. Fred Mohl, 511 Capital Bank Bldg, St. l'aul, Minn. SlWt* CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. FOR SALE CHEAP—2Ms lots ill East Denison. Good room liouse. barn, chicken house and chicken yards fenced. Fruit of all kinds.. Address 122 Princeton St. 32-tf FOUND FOUND—Red steer, 2 years old, near my place in Goodricli township. Owner may have same by proving property, paying for feed and care and this notice. Herman Haase, Rt. 0, Denison. 32-tf LOST. LOST—Gold ring, set with pearls and rubies, at the old settler's picnic on Tuesday. Finder return to the Re view oilice and receive reward. 34-lt* Roy Mote informs us that plans are 'now under way for the marking of the Spirt Lake Air line. The route from Denison to the lakes is to be marked with a large red letter "A" on a back ground of white, painted on telephoue JlEj* to $1, per yard OvC 4vv Foreign broadcloth, absolutely all wool, fashionable colors and black, twilled back, ^4 4 A per yard at WI I flannel, Kc Classified Advertising jz] TO RENT S' TO EXCHANGE-' iarfaf mimimiiKingnggiing roija^inaifgrminHia rjgfiaiHirigmiffgiigiBiBfgfgjBlgJBlBngipUBfaiBlBlBiaiglBEiBIBJBIgJarBglBigJBJaiBlgfBl fgiBtaiglBiarBfBojJBiglBrgjBiaiai 1B1B BtaiS FiveC enta Per Line Each Insertion. NoAd forLeaathan Fifteen Ccnta. Ca-rd of Thank a Fifty Cent* This Coupon Good for 5 cents This coupon is good for 5 cents when, with an equal amount of cash, it is presented in payment for any classified advertisement to be inserted more than one time. Cash and coupons must be presented at the time the advertisement is ordered for no cou pon will be accepted on credit ads. No matter how many more times than one ads are inserted, cash and coupons will be ac ^^^epted in equal amounts. August 25.1915 MISCELLANEOUS FOR EXCHANGE—One of the best 160 acre farms in Stevens county, 4 miles from the cofanty seat on the main road all fenced and practically all in crop good 7 room house, barn for 8 head of horses and 20 head of cattle good, large granary and corn crib, with driveway young orchard. This is one of the best farms in the county. Want to sell for cash or will trade for something worth the money up to $5,000. My equity $10,000. Write James E. Carlson, Morris, Minn. oH-2t* GREAT CROPS IN EASTERN COLO RADO. Wheat threshing out 25 to 50 bush els per acre and prospect-Tor corn about the same. Alfalfa and other feed crops heavy. Land prices are hound to advance rapidly. $11 to'$25 per acre in 1(!0 tracts and up, F. C. Lougee, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 33-3t»J FOR SALE. FURNITURE for sale cheap. 21S W. Railroad Ave. 34-2t* FOR SALE—Several hundred seas oned second growth burr oak fence posts. Inquire of A. J. Gary. 24-tf FOR SALE—Hard coal stove, nearly new: soft coal stove, kitchen cabinet and organ. C. H. Stouffer, 319 N. Main St. 33-2t 1 SEED WHEAT—Marvelous Indiana winter wheat, 200 bushels at |2.00 per bushel. CUafitlcjey iLUcoinb, pijiUao, Iowa. 't /j fSH-y: UlllMl "If Wilr'ttirn Vtand' over 'to first 'satisfac tory party who will pay balance either cash or-Jive dollars pep. jiionth. Write StUimoller-MueUex.Piaua Co.,. Omaha. Neb. 34-lt CARD OF THANKS. We wislr to thank all of the friends who were so kind to us during our time of great trial. Such kindness-and sympathy expressed will always be remembered. .. Mrs.' Mary. Biitleri and Family. Card of Thanks^ Through the columns of the Review we wish to ^xtend our heartfelt thanks to the kind neighbors and friends who so ably assisted us during the illness of our beloved wife aiid mother and to those who sent flowers. Save Money in August Dress Goods Sale 12£c Amoskeag fancy Shaker flannel, stripes, checks, etc., "Jl 15 yard limit, yard 2|f 25c striped dress voiles, 4 41 special 40 inches wide, yd. £2(p New rice voiles and silk organ dies, 40 inches wide, new floral styles, special, yard All silk chiffon "dress taffetas. They are the yard wide kind and in this season's best selling color ings and blacks, also changeable, guaranteed all silk, $1.25 kind, yard Mr. Detrich Mundt and Children. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED—Position by lady book keeper and stenographer. Has had experience and can give references. Inquire at this office. 34-lt«t» poles. Different towns along the route have signified their intention of- mark, ingr their sare of the poles. Mr. C. H. Gronau, who .resides at Kiron, waft in this city yesterday to be in attendance at the old settlers' pic 95c The Boys' Store Dry Goods Department .. -ifi vwwff^w"wyyw''- '*1 »W!^ PAGE FIVE WANTED LOST- FOUND- ji FOR SALE OR RENT. Two good farms for rent. Bliesuian Land Co. 32-tf FOR SALE OR RENT—West Deni son Mill. See C. 1). Miller for terms and particulars. 31-tf HELP WANTED WANTED—Men who desire to earn over $125.00 per month, write us to day for position as salesman eVery opportunity for advancement. Cen tral Petroleum Co., Cleveland,- Ohio. -34-lt* WANTED—Women to muke.dust caps. Will Imy entire output big profits uo canvassing material fur uished any. distanr-.e pleasant, .steady employmgij.t »taiup for reply. Union Ml'g. aiul Supply Co., Kokomo, Ind. 30-tit* ii BUSINESS BRIEFS Notice to,Patrons. School will open Monday. August 30th. The superintendent and princi pal will be at the central building Fri day and Saturday afternoons, August 27t.li and 28tli, to arrange with those who are not regular students. Fancy. Alfalfa ami Timothy Seed at Wygant's. 34-lt FARM STOCK -For Sate.-. Shorthorn .and Double- Standanf Polled Durham vbulls,'from ft to 31' mputlis Q)d (liese are broad back, beefy fellows. Will also price,a few: heifers. Farm, Sec. -?S, Washington township. Phone 30-M or 30-Z, Arion, C. F. Chase. Buck Grove. 6-tf Shorthorn bulls and Durocfjersey boars for sale at City View Stock Farm, P. W. Weberg, Owner. 33-tf Good young fresh milch cow for sale. Joe lnghram, Rt. 1, Denison. 34-2t SITUATIONS WANTED. A boy with bicycle would like er rands to run to earn spending money. If you have anything that a boy can do, phone 94. 34-2t nic- held at Washington park. While here Mr.. Gronau called at the Review office and extended his. subscription to tlie paper for another year. .W' All silk crepe de chines that are 40 inches wide, handsome color ings and black, heavy reversible quality, gives satisfac tory wear, yard 40 inch Georgette* crepe, white and light blue, special, yard 36 inch black taffeta, best dye, best black, yd. Hl -M W. C. ROLLINS. 34-lt Sec. Ind. School District. Snow's College of Dressmaking. Thorough instruction in cutting, de signing, sewing and everything per taining to the subject of dressmaking. An unlimited number of lessons. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Call or write for1 catalogxjfe and full information. •Mrs. H. A': Gravesi I^ahAgei-, New Mc Carthy Denison, Iow'a. 33-tf 'Buy your kerosene -and gasoline of the Missouri-Valley :Oil company..'Bet ter grade -at the Standard 'ftrlM Ar thur Williams, Agaiit 'Fhniie' 33-2K'-- -i- 1 f1 $ St .35 40 inch soft taffetr, glace finish, usually called pussy willow taffeta, all pretty evening 04 VjC shades, yard vlalV irpc, wiiiic SI .50 $1.15 t-i r" 7