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THE OLD REUABLE ROYAL BAKING POWDER Abmoluisfy Puro MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR Denison Local Fred Smith visited friends at Shel don over Sunday. Miss Agnes Monaglian, of Vail, vis ited friends in the city Friday. Hen Naeve, resident of Schleswig, was a county seat visitor Saturday. Mrs. Earnest Lad wig was a shop per in Denison Saturday from Arion. Mrs. Geo. Dieter, of Vail, was among the out of town shoppers here Satur day. Mrs. Ilattie Brace, who resides at Du'nlap, was a caller In Denison Sat urday. An advertisement in the -classified department of the Review Will bring results! Attorney 'Maurice. O'Connor and sonsj, of Vail,' spent Sunday In! Deni son visiting relatives. Mrs. .lohn Kroll, of Charter Oak, spent Saturday in the city shopping and calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hae, of Dow City, were among the out of town call ers in Denison Saturday. Misses Mitta Specljt *and Alvena Kiossen were shoppers in Denison Sat urday from Charter Oak. J. V. Rarborka was a passenger to Omaha Sunday morning where he spent the day visiting friends. Robert Baeth, of Schleswig. trans acted business in the city Saturday and called on his many acquaintances. Mrs. Mary Gallagher, Miss Marie Gallagher and brother Vincent were pleasant visitors in tiie city Saturday. Raymond Rail was down from Sell le.swig Saturday attending to some business matters at the county capi tal. If you are borrowing I he Review each week you had better drop in at the. otnee and subscribe for you •might'1 lhisVi'a'copy 4 Mrs'-'f.eiftil£*^epaf£ed jjflon rijiy forenoon for Sioux City where sjic is spending the week visiting at 'tlin home of her daughter, Mrs. .Joe Ott Ralph Woodruff, Clyde Lewis and tlie Misses Lillian Cole and Irene Hur meister motored up to Lake View Sun dnv where thoy enjoyed a pleasant outing. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Carey motored ii]i to Lake View Sunday making ar rangements to have their cottage at the east end put'ln readiness for sum mer months. Rev. G. Krumm, pastor of the Wash ington township German Lutheran church Willi the confirmation class of eight young people, was in Denison Friday having photos taken at a local studio. Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Nicholsen and Mr. and Mrs. John Menagh were among the Denison folks that spent Sunday at Lake View. Mr. and Mrs. Nichol sen have a comfortable cottage on Denison beach. The baseball game which was sched uled to be played in Denison Sunday afternoon between the local team ami a team from Vail, was called off out of respect to Mayor M. L. Houlihan, of Vail, who passed away Saturday at a hospital in Chicago. The high school boys who are so fortunate as to be on the track team expect to go down to Missouri Valley Saturday, May 20!.h, to participate in a big high school field meet. The boys are in training for the event and we predict that they will make a good showing. Harold Poole attended the invita tion field meet held at Cornell college at Mt. Vernon last Saturday but fail ed to'qualify in the half mile event which he entered. Harold made a good showing, winning fifth place, but the winner equaled the time made by university men at previous meets. We are pleased to report that the condition of Mr. W. J. Scriver has so improved he has been able to be out of doors for the past few days. Mr. Scriver has been confined to his home for several months and a greater por tion of that time in bed. His many friends will be pleased to learn that lie is now on the road to recovery*. We glean from the Ogden Report er that A. W. Crouch and family will move to Denison within the next week oi so. Mr. Crouch has recently been tendered the position of District a- geiiv \1 I ^... of the Bankers Life Insurance Co., of Des Moines, after having served two years as local agent at Ogden. Arrangements have been made by the people of Buck Grove and vicinity to have preaching services at the school house at that place every Sun day at eleven. The Sabbath school will come an hour earlier. Rev. J. Priestley, the scholarly pastor of the Congregational church at Arion, will conduct the services. Next Sunday being Mothers' Day, there.will be spec ial exercises in observing the day. The Sunday school under the super intendency of Mrs. Karlo Chase is full of energy and popular with the children, .. Send us your news. Judge Conner transacted business at Dow City Monday forenoon. Mrs. Dan Lawlor was a pleasant visitor in Denison Friday from Vail Marie Haniley enjoyed a visit with her mother in Omaha over Sunday. Attorney Leon Powers was in Dow City Friday transacting legal busi ness. Miss" VeriT"Stocking visited her sis ter, Mrs. John Canibell, in Omaha over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Naeve of SCIIIPS wig visited with friends in Denison Saturday. Mrs. Peter Sasges and son, Andrew, were visitors in the city Saturday from Charter Oak. Misses Margaret and Johannah Scanlan were shoppers in Denison Saturday from Vail. Mr. and Mrs. Will Buss were up from Dow City Thursday, shopping and visiting with'friends. Mrs. J. U. Wise and Miss Lulu Ho worth were shoppers in the city last Thursday from Dow City. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Harding were at Lake View Saturday and Sunday, visiting at the Geo. Gunn home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Crammer were over from Charter Oak Saturday, transacting business and shopping. Miss Mae Smith, teacher in the pub lic schools, spent Saturday and Sun day in Des Moines, visiting relatives. Mrs. M. J. Keane and daughter, Miss Marie, were over Sunday guests at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vernon. Mrs. Fraiik McHenry and daughter, Mrs. Morrison, were up from Dow City 'Saturday, shopping and visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mott Mcllenry of Dow City were pleauaut guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woolsnn over Sunday. Mer.srp.M- A-. Mains' amfcrA^+V Ear lier were over from, ('barter Oak Thursday transacting business at tlit county capital. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hollander and the Misses Anna and Lillian Holland er were visitors in Denison Thursday from Schleswig. Mrs. Andrew Kahler and vhildrei Henry and Ella of Schli'swlg, were pleasant visitors at the Claus Palil home in Denison Friday. Mi-, and Mrs. A. F. Boylan motored up to Lake View Sunday morning, where they spent a pleasant day at their cottage on Denison beach. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Jchansen, Mr. and' Mrs. John Carstens and Mrs Fred Jochims were among those from Schleswig who visited in Denisou Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tamin returned Sunday evening from Lake View, wiiere thfty spent several days at their cottage, getting it in readiness for tiie coming season. Miss lirma Chamberlin returned Sunday evening from Iowa City, where she enjoyed a few days' visit with her sister, Miss Trena, who is a student at the State University. "I DON'T SUFFER ANY MORE" "Feel Like a New Person/ says Mrs. Hamilton. New Castle, Ind.—"From the time I was eleven years old until 1 was seven teen I suffered each, month so I had to be in bed. I had head ache, backache and such pains I would cramp double every month. I did not know what it was to be easy a minute. 'JIJII My health was all run down and the doctors did not do me any good. A neighbor told my mother about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I took it, and now I feel like a new person. I dpn't suffer any more and I am regular every month. "—Mrs, HAZEL HAMILTON,822 South 15th St When a remedy has lived for .forty years, steadily growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon thousands of women declare they owe their health to it, is it not reasona ble to believe that it is an article of great merit? If you want special advice write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential)* Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a wunuti) wul Uclil iu strict Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brockman and Mr. and Mrs. William Limtn were vis itors in Denison Thursday from Char ter Oak. Mr. and Mrs. William Garbe were over from Charter Oak last Thursday shopping and attending to some busi ness matters at the county capital. Arthur Cushman, who is manager of the J. 1. Case branch house at Water loo, visited at the parental W. W. Cushman home In Denison over Sun day. W. W. Cushman and family motored up to Lake View Saturday, where they enjoyed a two days' outing. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Voss went up Sunday morn ing and accompanied them honle' in the evening. Miss Delia McBride, who has been sprinting the past two weeks in Den ison, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McBride, left Thursday for Defiance, where she Is making a visit with lier grandparents. Mrs. Allan Beck and little son, who have been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Strahan, departed Saturday for their home at Mason City. Mr. Strahan accompan ied them as far as Carroll. Miss Lena Hansjessen accompanied her brother, Mr. Zimmer, to Lincoln, Neb., yesterday, making the trip over land in his car. She will remain in Lincoln for a brief visit with her sis ter before returning home. Mrs. L. M. Shaw is expected ill Den ison the last of the month for a visit with her sister, Mrs. 10. Gulick. Mrs. Shaw expects to leave New York the first of the week for Clinton, where she will visit at the home of her brother, Mr. Dunn, before coming to Denison. Dr. and Mrs. 11. F. Philbrook re turned Friday from Des Moines, where they spent a few days in at tendance at the annual meeting of the Iowa State Dental Society. "Dr. Philbrook appeared on the program, giving a talk on new methods in den tistry. II. G. Lochmiller and son, Louie, Pat Hassett and Herbert Cushman went down to Omaha Friday and re turned witli three Chalmers cars for the Lochmiller garage. Mr. Hassett purchased a Chalmers 40 while in Omaha, and he and his family are now enjoying the new machine. Mr. Frank Pfarr underwent an op eration at the Denison hospital Mon day forenoon which was very suc cessful. Mr. Pfarr has been suffering with stomach trouble for some time and it was found that an operation would be necessary to bring him re lief. He is getting along very nicely and hopes to be able to be lip and around in the near future. Denison merchants are in. favor- of Aioldiug conventions every Saturday, for, with both the republican aud democratic: conventions held in the city last Saturday, they enjoyed a phenominal business. The day was ideal and many of the delegates mo tored to Denison, bringing their fam ilies along and the stores w. ro crowded* *ith i-av iaorjf, throng until late in Uie evening. THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1916 Messrs Geo. Sprecher, Roy Mote and James Schlumberger went up to Sicux City Friday, where they attend ed a meeting of the Shriners that evening. Roy Mote and James Schlumberger took degree work and are now full-fledged Shrlneh*. Miss Chamberlain, together with Margaret Aebischer, Lucile Rollins Elizabeth Wearmouth, Martha Leh feldt, Mildred Hubble and Ruth Mas ters will leave Friday for Indianola, where the high school girls will par ticipate in the girls' interscholastic track meet there, which will be held under the auspices of Simpson college This is the first girls' interscholastic meet ever held in this state and of course is attracting considerable at. tention. The girls who are to repre sent the Denison high school were selected at the field meet held recent ly. A number of seniors who will take part in the production of the class play entitled, "The Maneuvers of Jane," which will be given during commence ment week went down to Council Bluffs Thursday afternoon in company with Miss Fanny Hayes and Mi$s Hedwig Brodersen ,to witness the same play which was presented by the senior class of the Council Bluffs high school The trip to Council Bluffs was made for the purpose of seeing how each individual part was played and to get ideas on the stage settings for the different scenes. The Misses Hayes and Brodersen who are training the members of the local cast, state that Denison has much better material than Council Bluffs, although the play there was presented without a hitch. The seniors who witnessed the play there were Bernice Bouslough, Ethel Cham berlin, Erma Chamberlain, William Mc Henry, John Norris, Vera Norris, Win ifred Patrick, Vera Poole, Harold Lauh, Margaret Pearson, Erma Norelius, Er ma Beutel and Alfred Faul. Ten thousand people, believing the United States pays a man $75,000 per to perform the duties of a pump han dle, shook hands with President Wil son last week. Ordinance No. 261. An ordinance reestablishing and fix ing the grade on the south side of Tremont street, north of block 72 on west side of alley running north and south through block 72: Be it ordained by the city council of Denison, Iowa: Sec. 1. That grade at north end of alley running north and south through block 72, at west side of the intersec tion with Tremont street be establish ed at 211 feet above the established datum plane. Sec. 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in coriflicrt with this ordi nance are herby repealed. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall he in full force and effect on and alter, its passage and publication ,iis provided by law. Qti Passed this, Istuh**' TH.EBOYS BARGAIN BASEMENT Shop in the Basement Once a Week Another big money-saving sale is on in the Bargain Base ment for the following three days. This is the one place where you can eliminate the high cost of living. Women's gauze vests, "Cumfy-Cut," regular 15c grade 9c Women's gauze vests, regular 19c quality 12c Women's gauze vest, extra large size, 25c grade 14c Extra fine smooth, soft finish talcum powder, a regular 15c grade, comes in oval cans with top sifter, special 5c Ribbons—an extra good grade of silk ribbons, just the thing for hair ribbons. Sizes 16, 40, 80, 100. Blue, red, pink, black, white. Special, yard 10c A few ladies' house waists, while they last, each 21 Children's knit under waists. This waist sells regular at 15c. Special 9c Children's dresses made up of fine zephyr ginghams, cham brays. Trimmed with laces, embroideries, velvet rib bons. You can't afford to make them at these prices. A regular S1.00 value. Sizes 2 to 8 years 49c Men's fibre silk hose, tan. blue, black, Palm Beach, white. All sizes. 35c value 19c Children's hose, regular 25c hose, pair 14c Children's hose, regular 15c hose, pair 9c Women's house slippers, patent tip and rubber heel, special 98c Boys, union suits Mesco brand. This garment retails every where at 39c. For Saturday special, suit 25c House dresses, just a few left, while they last 69c Special cut on all the remnants in the bargain basement May, 1916. M. Mil. Mayor. A :Trc3\''Citjj. Clone. SHOE SALE at The Boys' Thousands of Pairs Just When You Need Them Shoes are going up in price but not at The Boys* Store Sale Starts Friday Morning at 9 O'clock It will be the greatest shoe event that ever happened in Denison. Thousands of dollars' worth of Men's, Women's and Children's shoes, pumps, ox fords white, brown, ivory and grey boots. Men's Oxfords All kinds, tan and black. All sizes. Here's your chance, men. They all go in this sale at $2.89 Men's Bostonian shoes. Rubber soles, ivory soles, leather soles. Hundreds of pairs $3.89 Ladies' Oxfords Dull kid and patent bid, hand turned soles, French and Cuban heels $2.38 Hundreds of pairs of Ladies' Veranda pumps, Emmy Lou pumps. Rub ber soles $1.19 300 Pairs of Misses' and Children's white canvas pumps, 2 strap Baby Doll, Emmy Lou with rubber soles. Buy them at The Boys'. 93 cents Ladies' House Slippers 98 cents Ladies' Boudoir Slippers. Red, black, brown, lav ender, pink 98 cents THE BIG NOISE Boys' Oxfords in patent Buy Barefoot Sandals at i- and dull calf, Blucher The Boys'. White, black 60 pairs of Mens Satin Calf Lace Shoes *1 CQ on and tan. Hundreds of sizes J1.Z5J pairs in stock. all PAGE FIVE =0 1 e© 1 G© I 1 Ladies' New Spring Pumps, all sizes $2.38 Misses' and Children's patent pumps 89c, 98c, $1.38 A ROW OF KINGS FOR LITTLE KINGS AND.QUEENS' E E Slipper Trees FREE with each pair of Queen Quality Oxfords and Pumps 4 H»V i' f*.