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t: 4 *i fe: iM \. i* .U. a *, 'i'i"'•:•)'.". :s.'W .' Stems cf a %ceal %ind Scud »is your news. Miss Kate Uueslng visited' friends at Deioit Friday evening. beon Powers was in West Side Fri day transacting business. Read the classified ads in tills is sue. Tliey will interest you. I'. F. Barrett, of Dunlap, was in Den ison Thuraday transacting business John Dieter and son, of Vail, were pleasant callers in Denison Thursday Miss Gladys Wettengel, of Dunlap, was a pleasant caller in Denison Fri day. Jumcs D. O'Mrien, of Sioux City, was in Denison Thursday transacting business. Mrs. B. Goiri, of Charter Oak, spent Friday and Saturday in Denison visit ing friends. I Miss Sophia Halle returned the fore part of the week from a six weeks' vis it in the east. Mr. and Mrs. N. L.- Hunt were in AVoodbine Sunday sp«nding the day with relatives. Miss Jessie Goodrich went (lown to Dow City Friday for a few days' visit with relatives. Mr. 10. K. Burch returned Saturday evening froii) a two weeks' business trip in Montana. Mr. I'll. A. Schumberger returned Friday from Colfax, whore lie enjoyed a few days' rest. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph liuinann, res idents, of Battle Creek, visited friends In thfc city Friday. Mr, and Mrs. Geo. T. Gunn, of Jack son township, were pleasant county seat Wallers Monday, Wm. Rodewaldt was over from Charter Oak Thursday attending to some business matters. Miss Mario Birkhoffer was up from lo\v City Thursday shopping and call ing on friends -in Denison. Mrs. Anna Miller, of Carroll, spent several days in the city last week vis iting relatives and friends. Miss Inez Lolly returned Friday from Spencer, where she spent a few days visiting 'with friends. Mrs. Rachel Goodrich returned last Thursday from LeMars, where she vis ited ten days with relatives. Miss Beatrice Lally left today for Fairfield, where she will teach music in the public schools this year. Messrs, Hugo Krohnke and John Eliler, of Schleswig, were pleasant bus iness callers in Denison Friday. Miss Blanid Lally, iwho spent sever al days at Sioux City, last week visit ing friends, returned'home Friday. Chase Kemming left'Friday evening for Chicago, where he will spend a1 few days visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jentzen and children were here from West Side Friday shopping and visiting friends. Carl Pautscb went down to Omaha Monday morning, returning in the af- 1 ternoon with a Chevrolet touring car. Mrs. Dwight Patten returned to her home in Manning Saturday after a few days' visit in Denison with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fuller left tlfc first of the week for Lake View, where •they are spending the week enjoying an outing. Dr. Hal C. Simpson went down to Des Moines Monday morning to spend 'a few days taking in the sights at the stato fair. Mr. Chas. Jones left Friday for Dos ,Moines, where he will spend several days visiting friends and taking in the •state fair. Miss Flo Caswell departed last Sat .nfday for Ida Grove, where she will teach music in the public schools the coming year. Miss Grace Hawloy, of Vail, has en tered the public schools of Denison. She is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Nate Haworth. Mr. Urodor Boyson, of Deloit, was in •'Denison one day last week and pur chased a fine Molinc-Knight touring car of the local agents. Mr. R. A. Romans and son, Robert, '/returned to Aberdeen, S. D., last. Tliurs day after- a brief visit in Denison with friends and relatives. Air. and Mrs. W. Parks, of Clinton, -spent a few days in Denison the lat ter part of the week visiting Mr. Chas. Jones and Mrs. S. J. Wagoner. Hons Blohm left Thursday for Cole mail, S. D., jvliere'he will spend a week or ten days looking after some land interests he has near there. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Staininger return ed to their home at Drumright, Okla., last Thursday after a visit in Denison sit the home of his parpnts, Mr. and Mrs. N. Staininger. Archie Silletto has resigned his po sition as clerk at the Balle-Brodersen store and will leave next week for Ames, where he will enter the State Agricultural college. Mr. and Mrs. C. 13. Ltacomb, of Dun lap. and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Darsch, of Chicago, spent Thurs day in Denison visiting at the home of Mr. ^nd Mrs. R. W. Bamford. Mrs. J. E. Balle visited her mother, Mrs. Meyer, in Omaha a few days last week. She returned Friday, bringing little Marguerite who had been visiting lier grandmother for three weeks. Harold Laub, who has been visiting his sister, Miss Hazel, in Chicago, re turned home last Wednesday. Mrs. Laub stopped at JefTerson for a brief visit with her mother, Mrs. I. Austin, returning to Denison Friday evening. Mr. E. Gulick drove down from Lake Okoboji Thursday in'his car, bringing Miss Erma Shaw and Miss Jessie Goodrich, who have been guests at the Gulick cottage. Miss Sh-.w left Thursday night for New York City, where she will attend the wedding of her sister, Miss Enid Shaw. After kicking because their names were put in the pafer, many people rush to buy a copy tcnee who has gone to the summer resorts Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Heemann return ed last Thursday fron Lako Okoboji, where they have been spending the summer at the W. A., Mctlenry cot tagc. Mr. anil Mrs. George Hover return ed Thursday from their honeymoon trip. For the present llioy are malt ing their home with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brummer. Dr. and Mrs. John Sewell,' who re side at Fremont. Neb., arrived ill Den ison Saturday for over Sunday visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. L. A. Sewell. Miss Alice Stevens returned Friday from, a three weeks' vacation trip, which she spent visiting relatives at. Tipton, Iowa, Chicago and Streeter, 111 She reports a most enjoyable time while away. Miss Frieda Fastje ot' the Boys' store is taking a much needed vaca tion. She left Monday for Omaha, where she will visit friends for a few days and then will go to Des Moines to take in the state fair. Robt. Rollins and sisters. Miss Jen nie Rollins and Mrs. Lizzie Robertson, returned the latter part of the week from Sioux City, where they spent a week visiting 'friends. Miss Dora Schroeder 'accompanied them to Den ison for a brief visit. v- Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hendricks and son, Floyd, of Council Bluffs, motored to Denison Sunday to spend the day at the home of Mr. ft ml Mrs. Frank Pt'arr. Miss Betty Shattuek ac companied them to Council lJlufts that evening and will spend a week there visiting friends. Mr. W. A. McHenry is spending tiie week in Des Moines attending the state fair. Mr. McHenry has jphipped some of his fine Aberdeen Angus oaf tie to the fair for show purposes and doubtless will return with many blue ribbons. The herd will make the cir cuit of the state fairs before return ing to Denisom 1 Mrs. C. M. Jensen, of this dity, "lias been appointed a member of the Na tional committee of the Woman'* Sec tion of the Navy League ol the United States to organize the local work of that body in arousing the women of the United States to the necessity in the present days of strife and peril to work for the ends of patriotism and national defense. She will act ill con junction with a body of over one thous and of the most prominent women in every section of the United States. •. DIVERS SOUGHT DEAD OF THE EASTLAND Ii I 1 Photfea ^opyrle'ht, 1915, Amcric&i Press Association. For days after the Eastland sank at her pier in Chicago divers sought bodies of victims in the hold of the ill fated excursion boat. In the accompany ing illustrations are Captain Pederson and diver just after coming t? surface. •I 41 8» «S» BOYER VALLEY ITEMS. Misses linna Wilber and Mabel Hunter, who have been attending summer school at Ames, returned 011 Sunday. J. W. Knight has completed one of the finest new garages in the country. .las. Hall and family putoed to Har lan Wednesday to attend the fair. A SPOON FOR EVERY STATE Length of Spoon S 15-16 Inches START YOUR COLLECTION NOW A WMtrfiil Opportunity Mr Span CoKmIms By special arrangement with the Interstate Silver Co. we are enabled to offer you these beautiful State Seal Spoons for a mere trifle. They are guaranteed to be^ plated with_ gen uine Sterling Silver 999/I000's fine and a new one will be given free if found in any way unsatisfactory *t»THE IDEA IS RICHT THE QUALITY IS RICHT THE PRICE IS RICHTT MONT* NA *evA COLORADO lO Cents Each The Balle-Brodersen Co. Crawford County's Great Quality Store Denison, Iowa Will Continue Sale One week Longer Now is Your Chance Men's suits and overcoats all go $4.00 to $10.00 Shoes $2.00 Come in and look them over Herman Grill, Denison, Iowa THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1913 'Miss Ethel Wilber departed Monday to take up her school work in trie John Remmes school. Misses Grace and Ida Stevens left on Wednesday for a visit with their sister, Chriritie, at Missouri Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Vofrnie Tarkington spent Sunday at the A. S. Randall home at Dow City. Miss Florentina Dixon, of Dunlap, opened the fall term of school in No. 1. Frank Hammes was a Sunday guest at Fred Wilber's. BOYER ITEMS Chris Quade came home Monday last to spend a week with his parents. Me returned Monday in company with Ed Nissen, Fred Fralim, James Do zark and Johnny Quade. Mr. Dozark took the party overland in his car, and expected to reach their destination by evening. Chris says he is all right and the crops at Comfry, Minn., com pare very well with those in Iowa. Miss Lela Olson, of Odebolt, and her cousin, Edna Carlson, of Des Moines, visited at the Fred Quade home sever al days the first of the week. Among those who are on the sick list are Arthur and Arvin Paulson and some of Nels Taylor's children. Alfred Clausen and family and John and Gus Anderson and their families returned from Lake View Saturday, after having spent several days there. Aug Henkle, of Marshall, Minn., vis ited friends and relatives around Boy er the past week. Swan Nelson and daughter, Miss Tena, came down from Odebolt Fri day evening, returning Sunday. Alfred Olson and *ftmily returned from a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives at Ogden Friday. Miss Florence Buttrick, of Glidden, came Monday for a visit with Margar et and Nellie Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheldorf are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Monday. David W. Anderson is mail carrier on route one, Boyer, during Mr! New coin's absence. Miss Alice Nelson returij^d to her home at Odebolt Saturday, having spent the past week with her sisters. J. B. Johnson and son, Kermit, D. Anderson and wife and Marvin Ander son and Florence Taylor autoed to the Jerome Slechta" home Sunday. Chris Nissen and Chas. Kropf were Denison callers Saturday. Edgar Lagerquist returned to his home in Omaha after a two months' stay in Boyer. Dr. E. Grain, of Odebolt, was a call er in this vicinity Friday. Mrs. Walker, of Denison, came up Saturday evening to stay with her daughter, Mrs. John Nevilla, for a few days. Lyle Maxwell visited his aunt, Mrs. Lon Arnold, the last of the week. Jas. Fleming and wife and Mr. anil Mrs. C. J. Carlson started for the state fair Friday by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Newcoin left on Saturday for the fair at Des Moines, also going by auto. Barney Simon and wife were Ode bolt visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.-Levi Erickson and Roy Lagerquist visited at the-Swan Nelson home in Odebolt Sunday. Mrs. Nel son returned with them to stay with Mrs. Seth Anderson a few days. John Kock celebrated his birthday Sunday. His daughter, Mrs. Anna Hansen, and family, of Bloomfield, •Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Pipgrass, of Ft. Dodge, besides his children in this vicinity were home. Mr. and Mrs. Kock are nicely set tled in their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Baker and daugh ter, Edna, autoed up from Denison on Sunday to help Mrs. Albert Baker cel ebrate her birthday. A large gather ing of relatives and friends were pres ent. U. M. Gary completed moving tlje Mrs. Kulberg residence to the old OPENING SALE OF S I S A N O A S W' 'FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR Never before have we been able to offer suck a varied choice in styles, sizes and colors. An array of subtly charming garments in a wealth of new Fabrics, Corduroys, Cheviots, Novelty Mixtures, Fur effects, Whipcords, are shown here for the first time, in all the new shades such as pickininny brown, new green, midnight blue, hague. navy, mixtures and black. These garments represent the last word in correct and fashionable design, perfect tailoring and quality of material and workmanship In addition, they possess those inimitable features of style, grace and individuality which characterize all REDFERN garments. We also show a varied assortment of other manufactures to make our line authentic and complete. Our own guarantee of satisfaction, supported by that of the maker, goes with every garment. Come early while assortments are unbroken and make a good selection. Every day you delay is a day of service lost. jl Suits $10.50 to $27.50 Coats $6.98 to $59.00 The Boys' Store, Denison, la. 1 aN" VJ PAGE THREE homo farm. This will add greatly to the improvement of the place. Mr. and Mrs. David Clarke and Mr. and Mrs. James Clarke autoed up from Dow City Sunday morning and .spent the day with Grandpa and Grandmu Will:. R0MUL0 S. NAON. Argentine Ambassador to United States Helping Us Quiet Mexico. /$p!