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PAGE SIX
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VAIL ITEMS.
«J» «J» 4$» ^4
ji The seniors of the Vail high neliool
entertained the juniors at a flag party
is£$j at the school building last Tuesday
evening.
jt Joe Coates was a passenger to Deli
as isoa Monday.
Chas. Mat-kc spent Monday night in
Carroll with relatives.
Mrs. Stove Krai spent Monday
,* Denison with relatives.
-V^v Henry Waljo spent the first of the
.vS week in Omaha on husiness.
lticli. McGuirc returned lusl week to
Vail from Wessinglon, S. D., where he
spent the past year.
Mrs. Frank Magnire spent Saturday
afternoon in Denison on business.
I1 Misses M. Kinnegan and P. lJehmey
were over Sunday visitors at their
homes, in Carroll.
Mrs. L. Hill, if Denison, was calling
on relatives and friends here the last
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Walsh and chi!
"v jlren spent the last of tlie week with
... her relatives at. Dunlap.
Mrs. .Tas. Hiekey spent a couple ot
days last, week in Denison with her.
sister. Mrs 10. McCarthy.
A daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs.
A. Siegner on Sunday morning May
Uli,
Misses Genevieve Holland, Marion
and Nell Harrington and Mrs. 13. T.
Quirk spent Friday with friends in
Denison.
Dr. Cruntmer, of Oinaha, made a pro
fogsional visit in the vieijfity of Vail
last Wednesday.
Chas. Dugan a nit M. O'Connor wore
Denison passengers Saturday,
fid Kilcen and family, of Denison,
spent S&unday here at the Mrs. M. A.
Gallagher home.
Miss Stella DeVaney spent Saturday
afternoon in Denison.
Mrs.iJf: M. Fonts and daughter, Mel
ba, vii^ted recently at Lohrville with
lelativwpi
Mjsa-'ipeefi Mc/Uidrcw.s was calling:
on Denison relatives Saturday.
Mrs£ti'. L. Osterlund ha« been spend
ing the?i»ast ten days at Colfax taking
(treatment.
Mrs. A. Gibbons and son, Mike, were
phopping. in Denison Saturday.
j/* 13d Lolly was an Omaha visitor last
week.
Mrs. Joe RinuUett spent Tuesday in
Omaha.
Sisters Angella and P.ertrand spent
tlio. last of the week in Denison on
business.
Misses Joanna Walsh and M. Naugh
toiif of Denison, were over Sunday vis
itors lioi'e with relatives.
Mrs. Frank Sheridan and daughter,
Violet, spent last week in Omaha with
friends.
Miss Pauline Cranny was a visitor
in Denison Tuesday.
The. married folks' dance was called
off laftt^Friday^on account of the bad
weather
Mrs.'Jiort MoAndrews and daughter,
Anna, Were "callers in Denison Tues
day.
Miss Jewel DeVaney, who has been
visiting here with relatives the past
few .weeks, returned to Sioux City on
Saturday.
•^Mra. jT J. Ttagun. Misses#Mury Ken
-ftCtiy .1-3(1 •Mary Diotiir spent Saturday
in Denfison.
Alias Lillian Cranny wa,s a week end
visitor at the Dr. Boohe.r home in Lo
gan.
Geo. McHohrjv of Denison, Was here
a on business the. first .of last week.
Mr. And Mrs. C. Auehstottcr came
over from AjtlViir Satuftiuy for .ail
over Sunday visit with her parents,
Mr. aiid Mrs. Tlios. Fuzjjtibbons.
4 Mr. and Mrs: John. Niesz, of Fair
mont, Miiin., vvere reeoiit Vail \isitors
with friends.
%LS) Messrs., John Thompson and A.
Short were county seat business call
M« ors last week Tuesday.
JtP" Mother Paul, of Clinton, spent the
first of the week here with the sisters
$fl of St. Ann's academy.
&•*' Miss Marpuret McCarthy, of Deni-,
tf son was the guest of lior sli»tcr, Mrs.
iMapy .•Mitchell, liere the first of the
'week.
'y Mrs. Jas. Drogan was a Denison call
•ft or 'Saturday.
Deputy Sheriff Cost olio was here
I'roift Denison on business last. Friday.
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Geo. liohinson,' daughter, Mary,
JgL ntul-Miss Sarah Welch spent Tuesday
in O'hiaha.
Mfs. A. W. Starek, ot West hule,
wasya Vail visitor with relatives tile
fir fira^of tlu week.
•sr MfcH Aprs Mickey .spent Tuesday in
Detmon with relatives.
Mr. and Mini. M. flell arc the par-
ontliof a son since April 2!)th.
PMf. W. If. Tupper and family spent
tlie^rst of last week with relatives at
Woodbine.
ft,„: Charles Brockolsby was a Denison
passenger Monday.
X? Chas. Tefft made a triy to West Side
'Wednesday.
Mrs. Mary Mitchell and three cliil
dren
Mrs. Geo. Dieter spent Sat unlay
Denison.
Enimett Quirk came
kfik Woodbine Sunday Tor a short visit
^vith' friends.
Mrs. Tlios. Fit/.gihbons spent a few
""li'butti in. Denison between traius Sat
urday.
SK Mrs. P. Keeney has been a great suf
forer with inflammatory rheumatism
S'/, for the past ten days.
TABLETS
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Miss Marie Keane was a Denison
4 caller Saturday.
John Molseed, of Conlerville, S. D,
is here l'or a visit with relatives.
•J Mrs. Wm. Hill and two daughter
spent Saturday night with Denison
atives.
P. Gallagher spent the first of last
week in Omaha on business.
Mrs. B. A. Wahlin and daughter,
Miss Clara, spent Monday in Denison
on business.
Mike. Mitchell has been confined
his home the past two weeks with
rheumatism. Ilis son, Willie, who has
.been attending iloyles' college in Onia
ha, had to come home to attend to his
father's dray business.
Miss Marie llyan was the guest of
Denison relatives last Saturday.
llev. Harvey Hostettler, of Valley
i.function, spent the last of the week
here with old friends.
The senior class of St. Ann's acad
cmy gave the annual junior banquet
in "the sisters' dining m'« Monday
evening. The decorations were in th
junior class colors, green and gold,
four course dinner was served. Three
of the sophomore girls, Misses Mar
gnerite Hill and Irene and Lucy Mc
Mahon, who were gowned in white,
were the table waiters.
Miss Mary Keituey, who underwent
an operation for appendicitis at St
Joseph's hospital in Omaha some fonjy
weeks iigo, has so far recovered us ti:
return home the lasL of the week. Hoi
'father. P.- V. Kteniiey, went down aiid:
accompanied her home,.
Miss Maggie Harrington was a Den
ison caller Saturday.
Mrs. J. P. Duffy and son, Matthew
were calling on friends in Denison last
Thursday.
(V Lorenzen was an over Sunday
visitor in Denison.
Mrs. Joe Ilierne and baby visited tlio
last, of the week with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Houlihan, in Deulaon.
Mrs. D. E. Green and son, Maurice,
spent the last of the week in Omaha
on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell' and
Miss IUanehc Harrington, were Detil
son visitors Saturday.
Louie Lochmiller, of Denison, spent
Sunday here with friends.
Mrs. Harry Allender, of Cedar Rap
ids is visiting here with her mother,
Mrs. M. A. Duffy, and other relatives
Mr. and Mrs. P. Sheridan made a
trip to Denison on. business last Sat
unlay.
L. L. Osterlund left Sunday for Uo
Chester, Minn., to consult, the Doctors
Mayo in regard to' his health,, which
has" hot been the host for some time.
Mrs. E. T. Quirk spent Tuesday iu
Denison with friends.
Mies Genevieve Ifolhwd was a Car
roil Visitor the first ot'llie week.
Mrs. Dixon, Who' ha^bCeti speeding
the winter here" wUli, fier daughter,
Mrs. H. Pieper,. returiied to her home
at Clintob last week. Her granddaugli
ter, Mrs. A. Dozark, accompanied her
and visited there with relatives for a
few days.
Mrs. Jas. Monaghan was a Denison
visitor Saturday.
Mrs. George Walsh and Miss Mar
garet. Hi'-key spent the first of the
week in Omaha on business aud pleas
ure.
DON'T DELAY
Some Denison People Have Learned
That Neglect is Dangerous.
The slightest symptom of kidney
(rouble is far ioo serious to be over
looked. It's the small, neglect ad
troubles that so often lt-ad to serious
kidney ailments. That pain in he
"small'" of your back that urinary
Irregularity those headaches and
dizzy spells that weak, weary, worn
out feeling may le nature's warning
of kidney weakness. Why risk your
life by neglecting these symptoms"
Jteacli the cause of the trouble while
there yet is time—begin treating your
Itidmiys at once with iuJ.MW And p/ov
en kidney remedy. need to rn
pcrinient—Doan's Kidney Pills have
been successfully used in thousands
df capes of kidney trouble for over
50 years. Doan's Kidnc.v Pills are
used aiut recommended (throughout
tlio civilized world. Endorsed at
homo, head Denison's testimony:
Mrs. C. 13. Parrish, H02 W. Vino St.,
Denison, says: "On the different oe
.. .cantons that 1 have taken Doan's Kld-
speut a couple of days the last ot iJ)fiy pm^ ni«y have done me good.
Ai?, the week in Denison with her mother, |j jiavf. jla,i attacks of kidney trouble.
Mrs. McOarthy. laome times. 1 have tak^n different
Sy, Miss Angolla Krai spent^ au'ouple ol intt Doan's K.ldnev Pills
days last week in Arcadia with 'lor proured from the l^amborn l5rug 'o.,
sister, Mrs. Ilruening. .have clone me more good than any of
i' Cnn n» nr iindnt Sn(m-il!lV in .. .. ....... ..
the others. I highly recommentl th0m
.. to all who suffer from kidney ail
down lromJnu,nt|t..
Pric Hie, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Parrish had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. V. 16
Tho Review
Dally Trlbunt,
Summer Colds Weaken
Tliey fltro even more dangerous than winter
colds, ifor they liuug on so long that they be
eome filironic catarrh. Heat and dust ag
gravate them, cause the in/ecteil surface to
spread, and 1111 the body y.-$th systemic cat
arrh. Negject costs health and energy.
fERUNA EXPELS CATARRH
It do6fl more—itbuUdsup the weakened system, regulates the diges
"tion, removes the inflammation, overcomes the poisons'o£ catarrh,and in
vigorates all over. Forty-four years of success proves its .gTpat value, of
which thousands gladly testify.
Accept the verdict of two generations yourself. Don't be swayed by
prejudice, when your health is at stake.- Take i'eruna and get well.
Liquid or tablet form, whichever is the more convenient.
The Peruna Company, Columbui, Ohio
E^^pliiplp
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Walt O'Connor, of Carroll, was the
guest of Vail friends Sunday.
I Frank Leahy, of Denison, Suiulayed
I hero with relatives and friends.
Airs. D. \\r. O'Ueilly and son, Jack,
I spent Saturday night at the parental
A. D. Sorvoss, home In Denison.
in Miss Marie'Keane was a passenger
to Carroll Sunday afternoon.
Miss Marguerite Flynn spent a eou
pie of days tlid past week in Omah
havingjier eyes treated.
Win. Maguirc was a county seat bus
iness caller Tuesday.
A. J. Adamfi, of Omaha, spout the
la.'.t of the week in Vail.
NUU
KIRON ITEMS
Ike Goodrich, of Cu'shing, motored to
Kiron Sunday for a couple of days'
visit at the L. tioodrlch home.
P. G. Lundcll went to Sac City the
first of the week to serve on the grand
jury.
Oscar Johnson, Raymond Xorelus
and Kussell Larson autoeri to Dcni
son Sunday evening for a visit with ac-:
(luaintanees.
Oscar Sederberg, Chas. Sjogren and
Leslie Lyrson loft Saturday for Oina
ha to brjng home Ford atitos.
Itev. A. Carlberg, of Kansas City, vis
ited Kiron a couple, of days last. week,
preaching at the Mission church last
Wednesday evening, fie was solicit
ing funds for the clearance of the debt
on the new church building at Kansas
.City.
liev. Irvin Johnson left Monday for
a short, trip into Nebraska, expecting
to visit at Holdridge and Stromsberg.
Dr. O. 12. Morton returned Friday
from a few days' stay in Dos Moines
in attendance at the dental conven
tion.
A nfis.".ion meeting has been arrang
ed for at the Mission church, to be
held the latter part of the month.
Hert Lindstrom has been confined to
his bed during the past week, ill with
a complication of ailments. Leslie
Clanson lias filled his clerkship at the
A. E. Anderson store.
Miss "Mmma Gustafson, of Sioux
City, spent several days last week vis
iting her cousin. Mrs. F. G. Johnson,
and family in Kiron.
N. P. Swanson and daughter, Miss
Judith, rcturne'd home Wednesday
from a short visit ait Sioux Ci,ty.
Mrs. John Lass and children, of
Denison, spent the latter part of the
woek at the S. A. JStordhQlnv hou\p.
In the A. G. Sjbfgren bblttirtry last
week It. read that one daughter, Mrs.
Agnes Lindstrom, Was hufitfd tit Kiron.
It should have read that she was a
niece instead of a daughter.,
Raymond Norelius resigned as mail
carrier on route t.wo aud will leave, to
enlist this week. Ralph Hammorstrom
succeeds him on the route and when
he gets accustomed to the work will
prove an efficient carrier. Raymond
has served the patrons on the route
very satisfactorily and many regret
to miss his daily rounds.
Alfred Larson at Old Kiron is tak
ing an uiiv/illiiifc rest and vacation
from, his farm work this week, occas
ioned by being kicked last Friday eve
ning by a. horse, the blow striking him
on his right, anil, which he now carries
in a sling.
Mother's day will be observed next
Sunday with a special service at the
Mission church in the evening. The
subject by the pastor, liev. Irvin John
son will be one appropriate for the oc
casion. For several years past on this
day Rev. Johnson has delivered a spe
ial discission on this subject which
a dear one him. A special invita-
COUNT MONTGELAS.
H»ad
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in Barlifi Forai^n Offica.
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wire
cloth
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1 year for
For Pmrmantntly
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THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1917
tion is. extended io nil who can pos
sibly do so to attend.
Mrs. C. A. Larson, accompanied by
lior two nieces, went to Woodbine on
Monday, where she will visit the K.
II. Morgan family fur a few days. Her
nieces have been visiting with Kiron
relatives lor a lew days.
stripes which he goes to assist in tie*
l'eudiug. Success and safe speed is
wished him. His brother enlisted over
a year ago, going over the waters with
DELOIT ITEMS
Mrs. George Ncwcom, of Odebolt.
has been spending a few days with her
mother, Mrs. E. A. MeKim.
The Epworthians met at the home ot
Mr. aud Mrs. George Hutchinson last
Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Mess has been spending a few
Mrs. D. S. IIUII lias been visiting a
couple of weeks at tlie Newton home
Here's Why G. & B. PEARL Wire
Cloth Stops Screen Eqiense
Painting—repairing—replacing screen
—those are the expenses which make inefficient
source of annoyance and money loss. When
yoti screcti with genuine G. & 13. PEARL you do away with
painting, repairing", replacements-^-simpIy because PEARL i9
rust-proof as metal can be made, consequently makes a screen
that's practically wear-proof.
& B. PEARL represents true screen econ
omy. It outwears all imitations so far that no other
similar appearing wire can be placed in the same class. 1' ront
points of appearance—sanitation—durability and economy Gi& E.
FEARL is the one Uuice of the man why wants permanent protection.
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The longer G. & B. PEARL is
the
color
the eyes—easy oil the .pocketbook and the one screen whose
smooth meshes prevent the lodgn'ST of dust and dirt ariu grime.
We sell genuine PEARL Wire Cloth with
two Copper Wires in the Selvage and the Round
Tat bguriiig the Gilbert & Bennett name on each roll.
DENISON. IOWA.'
CRAWFORD COUNTY'S GREAT QUALITY STORE.
W
Ralph Hciiinaii is carrying his hand
in a sling He1 was working wltli aj
piece of niachiijery and got. struck on
Mad* in Two Weight*
regular and
Extra Heavy
up—the.nearer
of the atmosphere it becomes. It is easy on
prksi ...
and called on her old friends, Mrs. JS. I Mrs: Guj^lartiii, Jr. and babe, re
A. M-ciCim, Mrs. James McKim, Mrs. turned- liftme Sunday eveifing after a
Fred Schuier and Mrs. Ben Beaman, pleasant visit with the home folks txt
Itev. Allen's wife has boon spending
a low days at home enjoying a visit
with her daughters, Mrs. Miller and
Mrs: Purcell, and helpng prepare for
the weddng of her daughter, w'lich
took phu'e-ths week at the parsonage.
Avoca.
4Her Every Meal
WMGLEYS
The Flavor Lasts
the back of the hand, nearly breaking
some bones.
Mrs. Rob Childress was a Denison
shopper Tuesday.
Jennings Xeweom arrived in Deloit
Friday to nuike some tfhort calls on
relatives.
Airs. Winnie ilrowne showed her loy-
Uaymond Norelius left Monday ul-, ally by going to her school every day
ternoon on the westbound passenger this blizzanly weather.
for Omaha, where lie will enlist in Karl Uiggleman has a new Ford,
the service. In the neighborhood of a Those who wish to know the partieu
hundred and fifty iiinens and school I lars about, the Red Cross should en
children gathered at the depot to bid iuire of Miss l^ovicie Morris.
liini goodbye. The school children The many friends will be Sorry to
each carried'a flag, marched to the Irani that'Mrs. S. llorr is in poor
depot followed by a number of citi- healib, overwork lieing the cause. She
zen, many- waving the stars and I will go to l.eininon, S. J., for a rest
stripes. The .school liildren sang sev- at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
eral patriotic sonss at the depot and
as the train pulled in they lined up
along the depot and as Raymond
waved his goodbye when entering the
train Jie was given the cheer in chor
us. It was with deep feeling that lilft
friends, relives aud .school chums.
bade him farewell as he leCi their tors in regard to his health.'
midst to enlist under the stars arid Mr. Mayberry and Miss'Heleh Vari-
Claude MeKlm.
Mrs. Kay Green and Mrs. Dan Fink
visited the deiUist in Denison Satur
day.
Mi. Herrington, of tho hotel,,, has,
just returned from Rochester, Mii4ii.i'
ji'here he had been to consult tne'doe-
Canadian troops, and last fall was in-j with .Miss Lovicie Morris.
jured while iu battle in Franco and 'p|l0 Mothers' council, which was T7'
was taken back to England where ho! jirive Thursday afternoon, was
is recuperating in a hospital
C. C. Schwingle, of Kansas City,
transacted business in Kiron between
trains Monday.
E. E. Clauson left Monday for a
business trip to Sioux City and Rus
sell, Minn.
postponed until this week Thursday
and will meet at tho school house.
Mm. Carl Wlney will serve a luneh
ana Mrs. Johnson lias charge of the
program. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Miss D. S. Hall returned to Denison
Saturday after a two weeks' visit with
old time friends in Deloit, where she
used to wield the birch.
There .was a business meeting of
the school board Friday evening to
transact some special business.
Among those whom we saw board
the train Saturday for Denison were
Mrs. Riggleman and daughter. Miss
Lucy Flint, Mrs. Roy Green, Mr. arid
Mrs. Bob Childress, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Miller, Fred Uindon, Mrs. Uussell
Nowcom, Mrs. Wayne Snell. Mr.s. Fish
er and daughter, Mrs. James Turner,
ef an(1
.,
days with MIss-Morriss. Mill Childress anil granddaughter,
Mrs. Morrison has been visiting at Ali9il Ardath Cose,' Mrs. Vanderwftll,
Boyer for a few days. Fred Hickman, MisS" Ruby Gosc and
Mrs. Williams is away .visiting rola- Miss" Iva". Landon and others who.s«
tlves.
/Mrs. Hoy Green -ajyl .Miss Lucy
^Flint WferO DfeiusOti"stoppers Tuesday..
ntgnos we did not get. -lt bcing the tirst
pjeasant day tbe I1C9PIC took advaut
age jaf iti, «oiue. gfldng ^o tak? JLn ilie^
demonstration at (lie Denison bottling
There was a large crowd came Vl»
from Denison Saturday night to attend
the May festival baseball dance lield
$5.00 to $10.00
Per Acre
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bail and Booklet
and the pure
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COME!
From 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
1
THURSDAY, MAY, 17,1917
At Hotel Denison
Dr. A H. Weber
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OF DES MOINES, IOWA
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NOSE AND THROAT TREATED,
GLASSES FITTED.
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^..ur ^fl.^iPPPPSPjlf,|WiPPipiPPP!^iPWP
at the Grill hall. The Kernan orches
tra furnished some tine music.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
this week with Miss Lovicie Morris
and a good attendance is desired.
Guy Johnson came up on ttto train
Saturday night to spend Sunday with
friends.
Sunday at the Methodist church was
devoted to the raising of a permanent
endowment fund for the support of the
veteran preachers of the conference,
'fhn northwest Iowa conference has
launched a campaign for raising $200,
000, the proceeds of which are for the
support of the retired preachers. Rev.
Allen presented the cause in the
morning and Itev. Ellison and Mr. C.
H. Young, of Wall Lake, gave splen
did addresses in the evening. They
were also at Doyer in the afternoon.
Next Sunday will close the campaign
and Rev. Kamplioefner, of Webster
City, will give tho adjlress.
The Methodist parsonage was a hap
py placo last week when liev. Allen's
entire family was at home, they being
'derwSll canto up from Denisttti" and Mrs. Mi J. Puree!!, of Sioux City, and
spent Sunday at the Vandefwali home. Mrs.,A. C. Miller, of Onawn, from out
Mrft. Mattie Cose. Mrs*' Vunderwall' ot towif'Svlio were attending thin wed
and Mrs. Allen spent Friday afternoon
tliiiK'of their sister. Miss Artnlalde Al
len.
Miss Ailfiliiide Muy Allnn younttost
(laiiRhter ol' Itev. uiil Air,- J. I1. Allen,
was united in inurriaj to Mr. VVIllanl
II. Thorpp, of -Onuva, at tho MotUo
dist paisomiRO on Tufsday, May 1st,
Itev. Alh'ii otllf'IatihK. Miss Allen luis
rosldod in Doloit only a I'e.w months,
lint in tlifft thno has nvndo many
fritimls. Hhn has been ao.t.ivo in till
kinds of Hmreli work and lias won a
place of respect in the social life of
the community. Mr: Thorpe, in tlio
several visits he has made here, has
made a very favorable impression. Kv
cryonc joins in wishing this worthy
young couple a long and happy wedded
life. They left immediately for Wy
nat, Neb., which place they propose
to make their future home.
E A
SEEN IN ACTUAL ACTION and MANEUVERING
Of Great Educational Value
The "Silent Manuel"—See the 20 pound rattle snake
strike a Mexican and tear his shirt.
Many Ida Grove Bays in Picture
Beautiful Palms and Rose Gardens of "Sunny South"
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and some of the BEST COAL in Iowa.
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Also Several Cheaper Properties wjth
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When a men's club is formed to
pet off and enjoy independent, llle by*
themselves, about the tirst thing they
do is to have a ladies' nislit.
Corns Loosen
With Magic "Gels-It".
2 Drop* Do the1 Work, Painlessly.'
"I toll you, before I hoard ff
•fiets-lt" I n.sed to try one thlnfc afUM'
anolhpr for corns. 1 still had tlidui. _•
used bandages and they made «i'
Corn* Ilrlw Von Mad? Tfy -ieta.lt*
mi* 't her'^i I'eel lllsht Ott!
too sn liiK it wlas nmrilor to put .011 •.
my s!kii. I Hsoil s:ilvcs and othetf
tilings ttiqt ato off mon .f tho toe -j'
tlirm lliey did t.!it ••urn. I'd cut and
dit with Univt-s and sci.sjorH, Inu
now iiii lnoiv IU.1 inz l'or mo. Two
drops of 'iiois-n' ill.I all tlir* work.
li malics tin- roin shrivel and jrr-1 so
Iiom
Mint you can just ploli. it rljjht
off with your I'uiki-i'k."
Tliero has hoon noiiiiiif now fiis
covered for corns sinco "riols-lt"
whs born. It's tho nw w:iy~tlie-,
(.•oiiimon-soiiso, siinplo, s'uro Avay.
"(iols-It" is sidd ovcrywhoi'(, 2."e
a bottle, or .sent on receipt of- pricoi.
by t:. t.awroiioo & f.'o., Chicago, J11.
Sold in Peniso-.v and rocoruinondod
a« the world's best corn remedy by'
if. Knaul and Gran Urns Co. ,,t
Thur&, May to, *17
20c.
V'**) Grocery, Denison, la.
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