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three sections Section Three, miscellaneous, lo cal newt, stories, corre spondence and Denlson locals. VOL. 51 .j. DOW CITY ITEMS. Mr. arid Mrs. Chas. Duttervvorth were Dunlap visitors Friday. Rev. Priestley, of Arion, was a Howorth home. Mrs. M. B. Bailey was up from Dun lap Friday visiting at the Edmund pleasant caller in town Thursday. Mrs. Chas. Keeliner entertained her daughters, Mrs. Strait and Mrs. Adam son, of Dunlap, Thursday. Mrs. Rash Rawlings, of Moorhead, was in town several days last week on business and also visited at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jackson. A number from here attended the old settlers' picnic in Denison Thurs (lay. Mrs. Fred Colby spent several days last week at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Ahart, in the country. Mr. and Mrs. Brinten Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Will Sterret and Miss Vivian Sharp returned Thursday evening from n. week's visit at the Chas. Vassar home in Terril. O. W. Nelson,'of Arion, was a Dow City caller Thursday. Mrs. Isaac Gardner has returned to "her home in Topeka, Kans., after sev eral weeks' visit at the parental, L. A Vore, house. Her daughter, Dorothy remained for a longer visit. Miss Ltoclndn McHenry left Friday for Indianola, where she will attehd college. Lloyd Brake attended -the baseball tournament at Deloit last week, also being hired by an orchestra fronj Oma ha to sing there. Miss Clara Williamson was in Deni son several days last week taking the teachers' examination. Robert, the youngest son of Harold Alexander and wife, has been very sick the past week, but is somewhat im proved at this writing. His grand mother, Mrs. Albert Alexander, has been in the country to help care for him. M.rs. Percy Brown spent several days in Denison last week visiting friends, The O. B. Petersen family came down from Denison Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. S. E. Baber. They left Friday morning for Aurora, Neb., at which place they will make their fu ture home. Mrs. Leslie Holcomb was on the sick list several days the past week. Misses Marie and Vesta Riddle were in Denison Thursday having dental work done. Isaac Joseph, of. Omaha, was a busi ness caller in town a couple of days the past week. J. U. Wise, who has charge of the cream station at Deloit, was taken- ill Wednesday night and for a time his life was despaired of. His wife and daughters were sent for early Thurs day morning. He was brought home Thursday afternoon and at present is getting along nicely. E. H. Swasey was transacting busi ness in Denison Friday. Mrs. O. J. Judd was in Omaha the latter part of the week on a shopping expedition. Mrs. Art Banyard and children and Mrs. Jesse Coburn and children were visiting with relatives in Denison last Thursday and Friday. Misses Erma Chamberlain and Paul ino Fischer were visiting friends in Denison a fcouple of days.the last of the week. Last Thursday afternoon several auto loads of Earling people stopped in our town. They were boosting their picnic, which was held Saturday and Sunday. They also gave a splendid band concert on Main street. Mrs, Bessie Holcomb and two chil dren went to Dunlap Friday for a few days' visit at the Claude Stewart home Frank Lister, of Denison, was a busi ness visitor in town Friday. Our basebfcll team was defeated in a game with the Deloit team last Thurs day at the baseball tournament, the score being 4 to 3, in favor of Deloit. Mrs. A. J. Mackey and. daughter, A1 ta, of Arion, were transacting business In town Thursday. Mrs. Jas. Pester and children came down from Denison Friday to spend a week at the home of her brother, Jesse Coburn, and with other relatives. Mrs. Mllford Sharp was a Denison caller Friday. Miss Erma Chamberlain left Sat urday for Indianola, where she will attend Simpson college the coming year. Mrs. Frank Howorth went to Glid den Wednesday for a visit with her friends. Mrs. Glenn Deits entertained her mother from Woodbine a few days the past week. Mrs. Deits, and daugh ter Ethel, returned to Woodbine with her Friday to visit over Sunday. Mrs. Tom Boylan, and her sister Miss Jessie Robertson, of Des Moines, were calling on friends here Friday. Chas. Butterworth is having a ce ment walk laid in front and around his new residence, occupied by the L. C. Hatch family. Will Wiggins, of Grinnell, was vis iting a few days last week at the home of his brother, M. G. Wiggins. Mrs. John Rudd was called to Oma ha Tuesday on account of the illness of her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Calundan. The former returned Wednesday eve ning, her daughter coming with Jjer to spend several weeks .while shevjs recuperating. Miss Kate Kavanaugh, who teaches the Mott McHenry school, spent the week end at her home in Denison. Mrs. Fisher has returned to her home in Omaha after a two weeks' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. O. J. Judd. G. M. Brake, and W. C. Rolls, went to Glidden Friday afternoon, return ing in the evening bringing the lat ter's car, which had been left two weeks ago, home with them. Frank Joyce, who has been employ ed in the Art Wilson barber shop for the past year, has severed his connec THE tion and we are imformed that, he will move his family to Oinalm, hav ing boughtta barber shop there. Fred" Bean has purchased the? old saloon property and contemplates building a garage there in the near future. Mrs. Chas. Smith, and son, Chas., returned Jom, isevera,l weeks? visit at the home of her son. .lohn Smith and wife, of Clarke, S. D. The hitching posts have been taken off of main street and put on the side streets, and the autoes will now be parked in the center of main street This is a fine improvement to our little qity. Mrs. George Bell spent the greater part of last week with relatives in Denison. Elmer Braze], and Guy Rockwell motored to Deloit Friday evening. Jacob ltremser went to Aurora. Nebr. Tuesday to attend the United Brethren conference in session there, and also to visit relatives. He expects to bo gone two or three we ells. Mesdames J. TJ. Wise, and KV. A. Seeman apd daughter, Maxine.j were visiting and shopping in Denisort Sat urday. A social gathering was held at the M. E. church last Thursday evening, about CO being in attendance. Water melons were served and all present repo'rt having had a very enjoyable evening together. Miss Anna Bell spent several days the past week visiting relatives anil friends in Woodbine and Logan. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gibson went to Omaha Friday for a weeks' visit with relatives. Quite a number from here attended the base ball tournament in Deloit last week. Mrs. Nelson Colliers, »of Hastings Nebr., was calling on friends in town Wednesday. She will be remembered as Miss Stella Butler. •Miss Lou Howorth was a Dunlap visitor the latter part of the week. Mrs. Hudson Downs was visiting relatives iiv Arion Friday. Mrs. It. E. Lusk spent the week end with relatives and friends in )Vood bine and Logan. Bryce Binnal was in Charter Oak Friday, a guest of Floyd Sharp. Vic Keehner was on the sick list a few days last week. Robert Rule and Robert Hunt came down from Denison Friday and visit er over Sunday at the ho.mes of their parents. Clem Honz and family motored up from Dunlap Sunday and visited at the Thos. Ahart and Adclpli Honz homes. Miss Lisle Goldswortiiy came over f.-cra Manning Saturday for an over Sunday visit wKh her parents. Mr?. S..E. Goddard and Miss Agues Goddard were county seat visitors Saturday. Johnny Smith is the proud owner of a new Chandler car. Dr. Larson was down from Denison Sunday, visiting at the Geo. FKitz home. E. W. Barnes, of Wall Lake, was a pleasant caller in town Saturday. D. E. Bremser was a passenger to Omaha Tuesday. R. E. Lusk motored to Logan Satur day, he and his wife returning togeth er Sunday. Gqorge Sowles and wife came up from Omaha Saturday for a few days' visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. H. Baber. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Beverness went to Logan Saturday, where they will make their future home, having pur chased a grocery and bakery there. Mr. Beverness has been employed as baker in the Keehner Grocery and Bakery here the past year. Mrs. Thos Beard, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Gaige, came up from Dunlap Wednesday and spent the day at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Jas. Baber. Mrs. Geo. Rule, and daughter. Her nice, went to Fonda Friday to visit over Sunday with Mr. Rule. Miss Hannah Dybdul, of Emmets berg, arrived last week for a visit at the Fred Nelson and Pete Hansen homes.. L. C. Hatch, and wife, and daughter motored to Logan Sunday to attend the L. D. S. reunion. Mrs. Eldridge Bryan, and children, spent Saturday in Woodbine at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Glassburner, while Mr. Bryan attended the Henry Larson hog sale in Logan. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Henderson, of Ogelva. Minn., are visiting among the Scott and Hallowell families. Mrs. Dick Iloefer was operated upon last week for the removal of her ton sils. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pearsall, Jas Pearsall sr., George Pearsall,, and Miss Beatrice Smith attended the L. D. S. reunion in Logan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dybdal of Em mettsburg, were visiting with old time friends here several days last week These people were residents of Dow City a few years ago. Ed Riddle went to Logan Saturday to attend the Henry Larson hog sale. An eight-pound boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Tech last week. Mrs. Thos Beard came up from Dun lap Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs. Jas Baber. Slie returned Sunday, taking the little son and daughter of Jas. Baber, and wife with her for a couple of weeks. Miss Tina Olds returned to her home in Durilap Thursday after a pleasant week's visit at the Pete Bahr home. Jack Ahart has purchased ninety acres of the Chas. Smith land south of the Smith residence, at $200.00 per acre. Miss Anna Weiland was hostess to the J. P. F's at the John Griffin home Friday. All the members of the club were present and the usual good time was had, dainty refreshments being served at the close of the afternoon. All departed pronouncing Mrs. Wei land a delightful entertainer. The G. H. C's were very pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs. D. J. Butler, in Arion Friday, a large number being in attendance. The afternoon was spent in the usual way with fancy work and social conversation, after which delicious refreshments were served. All report having had one of the best of times. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson, and children, accompanied hy her father »\thn'j Erlckaon, motored over from Kiron Sunday and visited at the A. P. Turnlund and Fred Buss homes. Misses Emma and IOlla Anderson returned Sunday evening from a two months' visit with relatives in Denver 'Colo. Mr. and .Mrs. W. V. Butler motored over from Pierson Monday and spent the day with Mrs. "Jane Wood, gqing from here to Denison to visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Northam. Mrs. Frank" Binnal entertained the Friday Club at her pleasant country home Friday, a goodly number being present to enjoy the afternoon's pleasures and also to partake ol the dainty luncheon served ai the close All report haying had a most delight ful time at the home of this popular llOSt6SS. Edward Poitevin shipped a car load of stock to the Chicago market Saturday nigl. t. The Sunday evening preaching ser vices and the Thursday evening pray er meetings will be held at 7.'M in stead of 8 o'clock from now on until spring, the young people's Sunday evening services will begin at 6.30 the change being made last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crandall spent the week end at the home or her mo ther, Mrs. Gertie Tillett. Mrs. A. J. Mackey, of Arion, has purchased the Keehner-Grocery and Bakery, the former taking possession Monday. We are informed that Chas. Keehner and wife will move onto their farm near Dunlap. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Keeliner are undecided as to where to go. We regret to lose these families from our midst, bilt wish them success wherever they may go Mrs. Ella Kresselmeyer an 3 son, Merril. came up from Council Bluffs Sunday to spend a. few days at the home of John Edwards jr. Mrs. E. M. Roberts, of Arion, visit ed at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Brown, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Golda Dow spent a couple^ of days with relatives in Omaha the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colby attended church in Dunlap Sunday. Mrs. Nellie Silvers, of Cedar Falls, was visiting at the home of her neph ew, A. L. Brown, one day last week. Mrs. .Frank Glassburner entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her hus band's birthday. Those present were J. B. Glassburner and family from Woodbine, accompanied by the form er's mother, Mrs. Glassburner, from Washington, Iowa, and the Joe Hall owell and Eldridge Bry'an families. An elegant dinner was served and all had a very enjoyable time. .Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jackson, and Mrs. Geo. Bell were in Logan Sunday attending the L. D. S. reunion. While there Mr. Jackson had the pleasure of meeting one of his old time army com rades whom he had not seen for fifty one years. Mrs. A. J. Mackey, of Arion, has rented the Wheelwright residence in the east part of town, vacated by Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Beverness. John Edwards jr., and family motor ed to Glidden Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Mrs. P. M. Doidgo, and lier sister. Miss Etta Reynolds, df Arion, were visiting at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur one day last week. The W. F. M. S. met at the home of Mrs. L. A. Vore Wednesday after noon, a large number being present. Mrs. Frank McHenry had charge of the lesson, after which the/ following officers were elected for the coming year: president, -Mrs. Frank McHen ry corresponding secretary, Mrs. George Talcott recording secretary Mrs. Ida Talcott: and treasurer. Mrs. Earl Morrison. A tine supper was ser ved at the close. Miss Mable l'ett came down from Denison Friday and spent the week end at. home. A number from here attended the dance at the Michaelsen home near Kenwood Saturday night. We understand that C. L. Isbel will move his family up from Logan in the near future into the Stepanek resi dence in the east part of town, now occupied by the T. E. Allen family. The latter will move into the Starr Goddard residence, which Mr. Allen recently purchased. Linnie Ahart was a Dunlap visitor Sunday. The Wm. Luock family Sundayed at the John Birkhofer home. Mrs. Hugh Butterworth and Mis£ Mildred Butterworth were in Denison Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fishel visited friends in Vail Sunday. Miss Fern Farrelly, of Sioux ,City: was a guest of Mi§s Vera Williamson Saturday and Sunday. W. E. Fishel was transacting bus iness in Denisgn, Monday. Wm. EttlenisM' had the misfortune to break two ribs Monday morning while unloading coal! falling in some way from the coal'car. He is able to be about, although unable to be at work, his brother Earl Ettleman hav ing charge of the dray line for a few days. Miss Margaret Ryan attended church in Dunlap Sunday. Miss Flora Wiggins came up from Woodbine and spent the Sabbath at the parental, M. G. Wiggins, home. Howorth Bros, received several car loads of sheep the first of the week which were shipped from Denver. Mr. and Mrs. CJalr Butterworth, and daughter, Mildred, motored to Logan Sunday to attend the L. D. S. reunion. J. H. Scott returned Sunday from Ottawa. Canada, where he had been visiting his parents. Mrs. Fred Isaacs, of Douglas,. Wyo„ THIS WEEK'S NEWS THIS WEEK, NOT NEXT WEEK. DENISON, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1916. is visiting at the Mott McHenry home. She expects to leave the latter part of thin week and will be accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Mary McHenry, who will spend the winter with her. Misses Clara and Anna tiartels, ol Denison, spent Sunday here with their sister, Mrs. Alfreda Bartels. Sunday evening whie the George Jurgens 'family of Glidden were driv ing home from Logan, where they had been in attendance of the L. I. S. re union, their car was ditched about two miles west of Dow City. No one was hurt, the car being damaged quite badly, was left here to be repaired,: the family taking the train to Glidden. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Wight and chil dren, spent the Sabbath at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson. Mrs. Pete Bahr entertained two of her sisters from Lincoln, Nebr., who arrived Wednesday and returned Mon day to their homos. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cook, and son Oliver, and Mrs. Ida Talcott, and son Edgar, motored to Council Bluffs Sat urday. Frank Woolston. and family, and Isaac Howorth and Tom and Paul Norris, and their families, all from Denison, and the Arthur Borrow and Clayton Baker families, of Manilla, and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Rae,' were Sunday visitors at the Mott McHenry home. Mr. and Mrs. McHenry were not aware ol tiieir coming and thus were very much surprised. The guests brought baskets filled with good things to eat, and a very appetizing dinner was served. All enjoyed themeslves immensely at this pleasant home. Miss Irene Smith spent the week end in the country, a guest of Miss Vesta Riddle. Miss Alice Christiansen came down from Denison Sunday and spent the day at the home of her sister, Mrs. Chris Voliersen. Mrs. Earl Tripp, of Arion, was a guest at the Fred Thompson home Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wilson, of Friend. Nebr., were visiting their son, Art Wilson and wife, a couple days the lirst of the week Lee and Leslie Cramer were Deni son visitors Sunday. Mrs. Myrtle Tomlinson came down from Denison Monday to care for the sick child of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alexander. Brvce Binnal left Monday for Kan BEAUTIFUL Lends charm to any woman's foot. FASHIONABLE Always the latest style in footwear. COMFORTABLE Fits easily from the first day it is worn. ECONOMICAL Priced within the reach of every woman's purse. EXCLUSIVE Wearers have sure feeling of .individ uality ADAPTABLE For every woman for every purpose. REVIEW sas City, where lie will resume his work at the veterinary college there. Mesdames J. G. Grant, and J. T. Goldswoilthy, were Denison visitors Monday. John1 Cheasboro was down from Car roll Monday. Mr. and Mrs. David Clark spent Sunday at the home of their son, Jim Clark. Margaret Luke, of Woodbine, was visiting among friends here several days the past week. George McPherson, of Glidden, is visiting at the home of his nephew, John Edwards jr. Mrs. T. E. Allen was in Denison Monday having dental, work done. Fred Pearsall, and "his sister, Mrs. Lige Justice, were among those who motored to Logan Sunday to attend the L. D. S. reunion. Mr. and Mrs. A. Jackson, and daughters, Helen and Bernice, spent Sunday at the home of her parents near Dunlap We are imformed that Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Barnes, who recently moved to Wall Lake, are talking of moving back to Dow City. M. A. Riley has purchased the 160 acre farm of Ed Riddle south of town The Perfect Shoe Beautiful Economical Exclusive Manufactured in the Worlds Largest Shoe Factory Making Women's Fine Shoes Exclusively THOMAS G. PLANT COMPANY 1$ BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS You may purchase "the perfect shoe" in cities or towns all over the world You may have it in button or lace, high or low, patent or dull leathers, high heel or low, narrow toe or wide, in hundreds of beautiful styles. Please accept this as our invitation to visit •this store and look at our Fall Show. Denison, Iowa Please mention The Re view when answering "Classified Ads." This courtesy will be appro ciatcd. No. 38 Mr. Riddle taking the 20-acre farm of M. A. Riley in on the deal. Wte are informed that the Riley family will move onto their new farm March 1, when the Riddle family will move onto the Riley farm. Van Dyer, of Omaha, was "calling on friends in town the first part of the week. Mrs. William Aldrich, of Dunlap spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W Cra me.'. 'Dr. Mills, and wife were down from Denison one day last week visiting at the Dr J. A. Brill home. W. Wiggins and family came up from Woodbine Sunday and spent the (lay at the parental, M. G. Wiggins,, home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Butterworth, at tended the L. D. S reunion in Logan Sunday Mr and Mrs. Fred Steffin have re turned from a two months' visit with relatives in Kansas and Nebraska. Miss Barbara Scott is suffering from the results of a ba^ly sprained ankle. Mrs. Herbert Wilson, of Denison, was visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Art Wilson Monday afternoon. it I! t..