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,i VAIL ITEMS.
Ed Quirk left Sunday morning for
'Marshall, Minn., to join his wife, who
has been visiting there the past week
"with her sister, Mrs. Healey and with
vV other relatives in South Dakota. They
rwill make a trip to Colorado before re
turning.
Geo. Krai, of Chicago, who has been
visiting here with relatives, left lor
his home the first of last week,
f: Mr! and Mrs. John Holland and
•. daughter, Miss Agnes, returned home
the last of the week from a visit with
relatives in the east.
Mr.' and Mrs. Thos. Fitapatrick and
ffii- ri children, of Uenison. viaited here last
|gfe Wednesday at the hopae pf her sister,
ggSH Mrs. Joe Harrington^ and, family.
B.'e. Hoffman spent the first of this
ffi'-t week in Chicago on business.
jfe C. H, Norton has rented and moved
to the Smutney building lately vacated
fe by Geo. Whiting. The building has
®. been remodeled and a general over
hauling of the interior made and he
a it a a to a a is
ment in the same.
Mrs. A. Short and daughter, Eunice,
were Visitors in Omaha the first of la^t
week.
Joe Monaghan was down from Den
ison Monday meeting friends.
Mrs. Mary Qu\rk, of Clinton, is here
for a couple of weeks' visit, with her
daughter, Mrs. Chas. Macke and other
j*»
I'
., Mts. Campbell, »f West Side, spent
«, a lew days last week at the Joe Rund
lett 'home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pfankuck and
,V sohi Leonard, were in Omaha last week
where the .latter was operated upon
for the removal of tonsils and ade
,k noids.
W Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Quirk, of Dun
lap Sundayed here with relatives.
Pat Lane is breaking in a new Ford.
Ben White spent a couple of days
last week in Omaha.
Mrs,1 F. Norrls, of Omaha, spent a
tew days here last week with friends.
Miss Margaret Short spent last week
with relatives and friends at Mason
City.
Miss Anna DeWolf, of Denison, was
calling on Vail friends recently:
Miss Lucille Larki'i, of South Oma
ha, is visiting here with her grand
father, Thos. Ryan, and other rela
I Mrs. Thos. Powers and son, Ed, mo
"tor
ed-over to Manilla Sunday for a
Avlsil 'with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Meskiel, of Chicago,
land' Mr. and Mrs. P. Hanrahan and
eon Joe, of Manilla, were guests of
ValU friends last Tuesday.
Dave O'Reilly was a passenger to
Omaha Thursday.
Mrs. John Bre'en and children, who
have been spending the past three
weeks with relatives at Ellsworth,
Minn anil Forest City, Iowa, are ex
pected home this week.
Chas.: Macke was a Carroll visitor
the last of the week.-.
Gall Carey, of Dow City, spent last
Thursday evening here-with 'friends.
Mrs, Jas. Duffy and,
Miss Vera Keane
motofed to the Hedderman home near
Jenlson Thursday and spent the day.
John Mills, of Dixon, Neb., is vis
iting'here at the Mrs. J. McDonnell
-lUHftBi
Mrs. J. H. Johnson returned home
'Saturday from a three weeks' sojourn
at Excelsior Springs, Mo.
P. J. Farrelly, of Denison* and Mr.
Connelly of Dixon, Neb., were calling
oh Vaii friends Saturday.
Mrs. John Duffy and daughter, Kate,
spent Thursday inHOmaha on business.
$? Jdhn Fitzgibbons is spending this
Jr week at the C. AuchEtetter home at
ii
Arthur.
Chas. Magil'. ahd family, of Jeffer
e«h 'visited here the ttrst of the week
at the parental, B. Wahlin, home.
-wpu. Magujre went to Rochester the
last of the week to be 'present when
hi& pephew, Raymond Fitzsimmons,
who1 has been at that place for the
past' three weeks, will undergo an op
peration on his ear.
.Mr. and Mrs. Hans Brockelsby, of
Manilla, were here Monday to attend
the tfuneral of J. P. Fitch and also
visited with relatives
Albert, Chamberlin. of Belmont, has
heexi spending the past, week here with
lite father, E. Chamberlin, and other
T^JSttiVCS
.Wm. Baumer and family and Bart
Krueger motored down from Omaha
:Saturday for a visit at the Bartley
-Mitchell home.
Chas. Brockelsby and family autoed
to Denison on business last Saturday.
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Mrs. Clark White arrived home the
last of the week from a month's visit
with relatives in Illinois.
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fjtSbVJ
Mrs. Frank Sheridan, daughter, Vio-
ffafe^v-let, and Miss Agnes Sheridan left on
Monday for a visit vith relatives at
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Laurel, Wilbur and Dixon, Neb.
jfeK 'Mr. Zftnmer came over from Maple
s/ton Sunday and spent the day with his
^••family.
-Mrs. Ralph Junkin, of Washington,
rf^Jowa, stopped off for a short visit with
|^$#fritendsNast Friday while on her way
fe^to Omaha.
Si- Mri: Jas. Nellis and two daughters
Ig'Swere visitors in Denison Saturday,
fe&i Mrs. Kinney, of Chicago, arrived
here last week for a visit with her. sis
ter, Mrte 'John-McCormick, and family.
J6hn Maloy, of West Side, is a Vail
visitor Monday.
i' A great many from here attended
the 1 funeral of the late Mrs. Flahive
In Denison last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike G/blin spent a
j, few days last week in Omaha visiting
friepds.
John Chase, of Omaha, is spending
the^nveek here at the Wm. Robertson
hiJ^n
Giblin returned honieJsfctWeek
tram a pleasant visit jrfth relatives in
fha.
vl
U'f'y^r
•. McAndrews an-i two daughters,
of 15ew York City, Visited here 4ast
week.at the- A. J. and Mi's. M. J. Mon
•ghaii hotaies.-
Bart Mitchell and family were Sun
day visitors in Vail.
Mrs. C. H. Norton and children are
Visiting with, her people in Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas.- Brogan and Mr.
aiiil Mrs. Mike Giblin made a trip to
Carroll Monday by auto.
John Giblin,-of Cadar Rapids, who
has been spending the ipast month at
this place with relatives, lett for his
home Monday morning.
Mrs. Wilbur Hawley, who recently
v.'-'
M'a^i'W^nt an S^ifation at •'SF.r Josephs
hospital in Omaha, has so far recover--•
ed as to be able to return to her home.
Miss Jessie McVeigh, of Omaha, waB
calling on Vail friends the last of the
week.
Allie McDonnell, of Winner, S. D.,
spent last week here at the home of
his sister, Mrs. Thos. Fitzgibbons. He
left Monday morning for his home. His
mother, Mrs. Mary McDonnell, accom
panied him and will spend a couple of
months there -with lier sons, John and
Allie, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Mitchell enter
tained a number of relatives at dinner
last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watje and Mr,
and Mrs. Wm. Pithan spent Sunday at
Lake View.
Thos. Giblin and family, of Denison
spent Sunday here at the Jas. Brogan
home.
Miss Grace IVIitcholl .spent Sunday
with Denison relatives.
fiev. Father McNeil, of Manilla, was
a Vail caHer Friday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John McGrane, of Halt
bur, were Sunday guests at the John
McGovern home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kileen, of Denison,
spent Sunday here with relatives.
Gladys and Cleo Morse returned
home Monday from a visit with rela
tives in Woodbine.
Jas. Duffy is having a garage built
at his home, Fred Koester doing the
work.
D. W. Green went to Council Bluffs
last Thursday and brought his young
son, Leslie, who has been spending
the summer there with relatives, home.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie'Etzel motored to
Denison Monday evening and spent a
few hours with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rutherford motored
from Gray Sunday and spent the day
at the B. Wahlin home.
Paul Gronemeyer, of Arthur, was an
over Sunday visitor aere with friends.
Johnny Lakeman, who was badly in
jurefr in an automobile accident the
OrSt of last wfeek and who was re
moved to the Meehan hospital in Den
ison for treatment, is reported to be
in a satisfactory condition at present.
Mrs. J. W. Rundlett was a Denison
caller Monday.
Miss Emma Connor, who is one of
the clerical force at the Burgess-Nash
store in Omaha, is here to spend a two
weeks' vacation with friends and rela
tives in and around Vtsil.
Mrs. Mike Slechta was called to
Hartington, Neb., last week to attend
the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Joe
Truhler.
Miss Anna Goodman, of Colfax, has
been visiting here the past two weeks
with her aunt, Mrs. Wahlin, and fam
ily.
Mrs. Wm. Launderville spent the
past week in Clinton with her daugh
ter, who is a sister at Mount St. Clair
academy.
Wm. Petty, of Deloit, spent last
week here with his sister, Mrs. D. Rob
ertson
Earl Harrington vidited recently at
Fremont, Neb.
Mrs. R. J. Morse and children were
passengers Saturday to Woodbine.
Louis Weisbrod, of Des Moines,
spent last week here as the 'guest of
the John Krai family.
Miss Sara* Welch rt-turned the last
of the. week from-a pleasant visit at
the home of her brother, Wm. Welch
at Maple River Junction.
Miss Marie O'Connor, .of Omaha,
who was visiting here at the. William
Gallagher home, returned to her home
the first of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Knowles spent
the first :of last week in Council Bluffs
with their daughter and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Lewis. Miss Mary Lewis,
who was visiting hera? at the Knowles
home, returned homo with them.
Mrs. B. A. Wahlin returned home
Tuesday from a pleasant visit with
relatives at Colfax and Madrid.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Brockelsby spent
the last of the week in Omaha.
Miss Bertha Trexel, of Denison,
spent a few days here last week at
the Joe Rundlett home.
Miss Mary Ilobinson visited last
week with relatives at Maple River
Junction.
Wesley Slecjhta was a passenger to
Denison Monday.
Mrs. A. Dvorak'and Mrs. Louis Dow,
of Cedar Rapids, were recent visitors
here at the Mike Slechta home.
Mrs. T. J. Keimey and niece, Ruth
Abts, of Omaha, are visiting here with
relatives and old neighbors.
Mrs. P. Beirne, who has been spend
ing the past week here with relatives,
returned on Saturday to her home in
Carroll.
George DeWolf, who formerly lived
in this town, but who is now located
at' Gfbbon, fJeb. spent a few days here
last week with' old time friends.
Lf Lpchmiller, of Deulson, was a bus
iness" caller here Wednesday.
Mrs. Guy, of Carroll, visited here
briefly with Mrs. T. J. Hoffman the
first of last week.
Mike McVeigh, Of Omaha, was a
business visitor here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Auclistetter, of
Arthur took a spin over to Vail in
their auto Sunday morning and spent
the day at the parental, Thos. Fitz
gibbons, home.
Miss Marion Short returned home
last week from a visit with friends in
Omaha and'
Yutan, Neb.
Around Boston.
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of a riming dictionary I could writa
poetry.—Boston Globe.
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BOYER ITEMS 4
Wm. Meyers, Lou Ohristenscn and
(Harry Soheldorf sprung a surprise
on Charlie Koenck when they appear
ed at his home Wednesday afternoon
equipped with teams and offered
•their services in stacking »or Mr.
Koenck. Those kind of neighbors
are the right kind to have.
A--party of young folks gathered »t
the home of Carl Paulson Monday
evening to help Miss Edith, who is
visiting her brothers, Carl and Arthur
celebrate her birthday. A nice time
was enjoyed by all those present. Ice
cream and cake were served for re
freshments. A nice gift was left to
the honored one.
Henry Thompson a.id Deloe Maack
made a business trip to Carroll in
the early part of the week.
Much excitement htvs been created
in this town of late,- all due to the
purchase of a one cylinder Brush
car by Henry Thompson from Charlie
Ecklund. He uses his car for haul
ing cream cans and so forth, when
not in practical use by our different
townsmen- to take a joy ride in. The
car is the forerunner of Boyer's trol
ley cars
Levi Anderson and Maurice Spence
spent Wednesday evening in Odebolt.
Everyone is heartily welcome to at
tend Epworth League, held every
-Sunday evening. A very good meet
ing held last Sunday evening.
J. Sykes and family, Lou Dobler,
and family visited at Swan Nelson's
at Odebolt Tuesday afternoon
Carl Jarl is improving very nicely
now.
Henry Brown and family have gone
to visit relatives at Oakes, N. Dak.
Mrs. Steve Donohoe had some den
tal work done in Kiron Wednesday af
ternoon.
Mrs. Levi Erickson and Mrs. Steve
Donohoe called at the home of Ar
thur Paulson Tuesday afternoon.
Arnold Jurgcinson, of Holstein, who
has been visiting his sister, Mrs. V.
M. Nelson, a few day.*, returned home
Saturday.
Mr. and "Mrs. C. Kranz, of Holstein,
called on their son, Arthur, Wednes
day afternoon.
Henry Hansen is treating his house
with a coat Of paint. He is a firm
believer iu keeping his place well im
proved.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Dobler autoed
from Garfber, Oklahoma, for a visit
with old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Peterson and
family autoed to Odobolt Wednesday
evening.
Hugo Hansen and C. E. Peterson
attended the show given at Kiron on
Tuesday evening
Louie Kovar and tamily of Liddor
dale, Iowa, spent the past week In
Boyer. Louie is caring for the bank
in the absence of Jno. Kovar.
1
Hugo Hanson began plowing on
Thursday on the C. 13. Peterson farm
southeast of town.
The Hl-Line crew st re an ambitious
sort ,of men. Instead of loafing be
tween trains, they have put in a gar
den this spring and have tried to solve
tha problem of the II C. of L.
Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Linden
left Thursday for their home in Fort
Dodge- after spending a week at, the
Linden home.
George Ncwcom sold three cars the
pinst week, a Hudson Super-Six, to
Fred Koch, a Maxweh touring car to
Mike Madden and a Grant Six to J.
T. Spence.
The ice crca,in parlor is getting
more popular from day to day. Out
of town people should make it a'call.
Otto Morten&on, George P. Schwartz
and George Ilamed autoed to Odebolt
Wednesday evening to attend the
movies.
Les Gary made a business call be
tween trains Monday forenoon,
Joe. Anderson and wife called on
Boyer friends and relatives Thursday
evening.
•David W. Anderson autoed to Ode
bolt Wednesday evening to attend the
Swedish Lutheran church ice cream
social.
Jno. Erickson, of Kiron, made our
town a pleasant call.. Monday morn
ing.
Pearl Jarl is not at home (or a short
time.
Bill Horn of Odebolt, called in Boy
er Tuesday afternoon.
Arthhr Kranz, Otto Mortenson,
Claus Frahm, Fritz Frahm and Harry
Sommars autoed to Odebolt Friday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Erickson autoed
to Schleswig Friday evening where
they attended chautauqua.
Mr. and Mrs. Swan Nelson and two
daughters, Alice and Tena, spent Wed
nesday night at' the h«»ine of Seth" An
derson.
Mrs. Kullberg, and son, Ernest
called at the C. E. Peterson home
Tuesday night.
Mrs. Emit Maurltz and daughter,
Luella, called at the Ben Peterson
home bbtween trains Friday after
noon.
H. W. Pithan purchased an Over
land car in Denison Friday afternoon.
Mirs. W. B. Cox and Ed Henrickson
and family were pleasantly enter
tained 'at supper at tho Levi Erickson
home Thursday evening.
Mrs. Carl Paulson and daughter,
Margaret, Nels Taylor and daughter,
Myrtle, Misses. Delia and Edith Paul
son were Denison callers Saturday.
Jno. Quade entertained a' number
of friends Sunday: The occasion Was
his birthday.
Aug. Gierman purchased a'Hudson
Super-sSix touring car from the Lin
coln Highway garage at Denison.
Mrs. Levi Erickson spent Saturday
afternoon at the home of G. Schwartz.
Gladys Nelson returned to her home
Sunday afternoon.
The Misses Louise, Elsie and Aman
da Nissen attended the dance at
Schleswig Saturday-cveningi
C. E. Peterson and family autoed to
Odebolt Saturday evening.
Wil! Simeon was kicked.by a horse
last week.
Henry Thomsen's brother, Minard,
and family autoed from Minnesota to
viaif with relatives.
C. 13.. Peterson and wife entertain
er a number of young folks at dinner
Sunday.
A base ball game was played at
Boyer Sunday afternoon between
Bdyef and Wheeler. The game/re
sulted 15 to 16 in favor of Boyer.
Mr., ahd Mrs. Ben Peterson a,nd
daughter, Anna, were visitors in Kir
on Sunday evening.
Nels Taylor and family were visit
ors at the Ben Peterson home Sun
day afternoon.
Elwood Anderson and family were
callers in Kiron and Odebolt Sunday.
Miss Delphie cl'toison is visiting
relatives at. Kiron.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Treft and baby,
Louise Dobbert, Jim and Lucy Neville
spent Sunday at West Side.
Mrs. F. Dobbert and son, Frank,
and daughter, Louis-J, autoed to Ode
bole Saturday evening
Louie Baker from Kiron, was a
Boyer caller Sunday.
SCHLESWIG ITEM3
$ 4
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Barbara and Bobby Jones are in
Denison visiting their Grandma Hall.
Otto Bruggen was calling on Kiron
friends Tuesday evening.
A baby boy was oorn to Mr. and
Mrs. John Seehusen August 13th.
Hans Mahlstedt was in Denison. on
Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. H. D. ,Jones went to Chicago on
Wednesday to spend a week or so and
during his absence Dr. Nelson, of
Iowa City, has charge of hjs 'practice.
Dr. and Mrs. Nelson coming Tuesday.
Mr. and -Mrs. Fred Christiansen, of
Boone, are visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Christiansen.
Herman Jochims, of Luverne, Minn:,
is spending'a few days here with IiIg
parents, Mr. and Mr3. Fred Jochims.
Erma Mohr celebrated her ninth
birthday on Wednesday 'by having a
few friends and relatives spend the
day with her.
August Braase spent the past week
in the country helping, his brother,
John, stack his grain.
Magnus Hansen is visiting with his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John
Braase, this week.
Mrs. Henry Rickert and sons were
visiting in the John Hansen home last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sherman and Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Meade, of Denison, were
hero Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Ilo3burg and Frank'
Pl'arr, of Denison, attended the
Chau­
tauqua here Friday evening.
Mr3. Emma Hollander and children,
of Mapleton, came Friday to visit rela
tives ahd friends and to attend tho
Chautauqua
Miss Marie Rath, of Denison, spent
the week end .here visiting friends.
Mr. and Mfs. Fred Freeman and
Mary Jane returned on Monday from
a visit with relatives in Sioux City
and Correctiojnvillc.
Mr. and Mrs. August Relnking, of
Ida Grove, visited relatives here last
week.
Misses Hattie and Helma Rickert,
of Bioomfield, Neb., are visiting rela
tives here.
Will Martins and family, of Man
ning were-v^giting. iu the Hugo Wie
gand home pi Monday.
Rev. H. Schwenk was in Wall Lake
Mtondfiy.
^Gus Holland^ and E(1 Ebert wont
to Omaha Wednesday to get the Buick
truck for the'Hollander garage.
Mr. and Mr^. Albert Naeve and baby
of Branson are visiting here in the
Henry Naeve and Claus Rusch homes.
Mrs. Maggie Mohr went toJLuverne,
Minn., Friday to visit with her son, Ed,
and family.
Miss Martha Otto, of Denison,. is
spending a few days here with friends.
11 Miss Genevieve Stegeman visited
with friends at Ute a few days the
past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ptpgrass and
sons, of Ahthon, were visiting in the
Henry Buck home Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Schwenn went to Her
ring Saturday to spend a few days
with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Schmidt,
and family.
Born on Saturday morning to Mr.
and Mrs. Earnest Miller a baby girl.
On Sunday morning a baby boy was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stehr.
Mr. and Mrs. Claus Pahl, of Denison,
were here Saturday to attend Chau
tauqua and visit with friends.
Ed Schroeder and Mr. Maxwell went
to Dunlap Tuesday to being home the
latter's car which they had left there
on Sunday.
Thos. P. Hollander and Hugo
Krohnke were Denizen visitors last
Wednesday.
The Misses Jlelen Burch, Kate Sil
letto, Margaret Clark, Minnie Rinins
land'and Mrs. Kate Christensen and
Ben Bruggen and Ed Klinker, of Den
ison, attended Chautauqua here Fri
day-evening.
John Bendixen transacted business
in Omaha Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Klinker, of Deni
son, wore Sunday guests in the VV. H.
Schroeder home.
Mrs. Henry Jahde and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Schroeder were in Ida Grove
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Claussen, of
Holstein, were callcrs at the Braase
homo Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stegemann were
in Denison Monday.
Miss Mildred Wetzeler went to Au
relia Wednesday to visit her grand
parents, Mr. and' Mrs. -Henry Blsc'.iel.
A large crowd attended the Friedens
church picnic at Nic Naeve's Monday
and $112 was realized for the Sunday
school.
Mrs. Fred Freeman and family are
entertaining her pareuts, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Jones, of Correctionville.
Chautauqua ended lere Sunday eve
ning after three days running. All the
programs given' were enjoyed by all
and in the afternoons the crowds were
rather small, but- in the evening the
attendance was large. Sunday was the
best day with band'-music in the af
ternoon and evening.
One of the largest crowds of late
was in attendance at ilie dance on Sat
urday evening at the Pastime and en
joyable music was furnished by a Car
rol orchestra.
Schleswig seems to be having great
victories this year in ball playing as
they have won so- many games. Fri
day's same with Holpteln left them
winner by a score of 0 to 8 and on Sun
day Ida Grove played, the score be
ing 9 to 8 in Schleswig's favor.
CHARTER OAK ITEMS
Dr. Thomas Thomsen came Tuesday
jnorning from 'Detroir, where he had
been practicing for the past year. He
has enlisted in the reserve corps and
came at this time to visit his parents
before going into training.
Mrs. Will Mair, of Red Oak, visited
friends in the Oak the past week.
W! P. Goin was over from Battle
Creek Tuesday visiting in the G. B.
Goiii home.
Father Schonkleberg was down from
Mapleton Thursday for a day's vl3it
with !iis friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Peterson and chil
dren loft Wednesday for their home
in Red. Oak after a visit with their rel
atives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson, of Bat
tle Creek, visited in the Oak Tuesday.
Miss Bethel Goin came home from
Omaha Wednesday morning after a
three weeks' stay in one of the hos
pitals there
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Grawberg en
joyed an over Sundnv visit from his
mother, brother and sister of Correc
tionville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie May came from
Carroll Sunday morning for a visit
with the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Perry.
Misses Marie and Agnes McGrath
came from Mapleton Saturday evening
for an over Sunday visit with friends
in the Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Goin autoed from
Omaha Wednesday-evening for a week
end visit with their aunt, jMrs. G. B.
Goin. On the return trip they were
accompanied by Miss Fae Goin.
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Collins left Sat
urday for an over Sunday visit with
thefr pcpple in Dana.t
and Mrs. Rae that their son. Jack,
Saturday evening word came to Mr.
who has been working in Manilla, had
been seriously injure! in an auto ac
cident when the car in which he was
riding struck a pony in the road and
turned over.. His father went immedi
ately to Manilla and returned with
Jack Sunday afternoon. 'He was bad
ly injured, 'But it is l-elieved he will
recover and be as well as ever in time.
Lloyd Gillette went to Ute Monday
to complete his visit with hi3 grand
mother.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bramson and
chiRlren returned to their home in
Dunlap Sunday evehtng.
Mr. and- Mrs. H. H. Sturges returned
mas
from -their visit in. Octonvllle/JUlch.,
Sunday.
Mr. and MrB. Warren Brown were
called to the bedside of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Mary Johnson, who is seri
ously ill at her home in Kansas.
SOLDIEiRS HAVE HOOK WORM
WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 21—
Discovery of. hookworm infection in
iforty^one of Nour fortjSfive military
recruits recently mobilized for war
service has caused public health ser
vice authorities to recommend prompt
examination o! all units of national
guards and national army at present
organized, especially i^iose from the
warmer portions of thej country.
Danger of a widespread epidemic
of hook worm in Europe is pointed
out if even light cases are sent to
tho trenches. These dangers can be
prevented to a very great extent, au
thorities say, if recruits are system
atical examined for intestinal para
sites and either treated in the Ameri
can training camps or discharged as
necessity indicates.
American soldiers will not take the
hook worm to France if the medical
corps can prevent it. Every recruit
from the "hook woi in belt" is being
subjected to the most careful inspec
tion and every infected man will be
treated before being sent out of the
country.
Now Under the Direction of the Board of Education
of the Independent School District of Denison, Iowa
Regular High School Gourses..
Four Year Industrial Course.
Commercial Course.
Four Year Normal Training.
Tw6 Year Gourse for rural teachers.
Two Year Commercial Gourse.
One Year Gollege Work for graduates of accredited High Schools.
Special Gourses in Agriculture and Manual Training.
Physical Training for both boys and girls.
Special Glasses will be organized for those desiring to take elective studies.
To the Friends and Patrons of Denison Normal & Buslners College:
It Is with great pleasure that I can announce that the future man
agement of this school will be under tho direction of The Independent Dis
trict of the City of Denison who take control of the property, and with
additional financial support, coupled with tho experience and able manage
ment of Superintendent Humphrey, the people of this pttrt of the state are
assured of greater opportunities and better service in tlie future than in
the past. The coming summer will give the twenty-fift|h, consecutive ses
sion of the Summer 'I .erm, and as I sever my connection with the school,
I ask a hearty and onthusla3tic support to bo given to 111 sucessof. Be-,
lieving that greater things are in storo for the sclMol, I am,.'....
Prohibitum Arwondmwrt Cdnvintlon.
There will be a mass convention
held at the court hov.ae in Denison,
Iowa, Monday, September 3, 1917, at
2 o'clock, p. m. sharp, to which all
friends of temperance irrespective of
party affiliations or creed, are invited
to attend and participate. The pur
pose of tho convention will be to
formulato plan3 and perfect nn or
ganization to carry tho cairpaign
for the oloction
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Step Into Our Yard!
Look around. Ask questions. Examine
our stock. Get our prices. See our gal
vanized sky-lights, window ventilators,
carbo steel posts, wood and iron gates
and some of the BEST COAL* in Iowa.
R.
26th Year
the constitutional
amendment to be hold Oct? 15, 1911.
Ucv. G. 13. Ferguson, of Des Moines,
will bo present and address the con
vention.
Robert Karr
C. E. Hamilton.
J. L. Boyd
H. A. Norman.
Jacob Sims
R. O. McConnaughey
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F. L. Hoflman
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Chas. K. Meyers
Co. S. S. Sec.
GIRL OUTRAGED AND SLAI.Nt
LEMARS, la., Aug. 21—The body
of 12iyear-old Alta Braun was found
in an alley in the residence district
today. The child had been outraged
and murdered. An underskirt torn
from tho child's waist was wrapped
tightly about* her neck. No clue to
the child's slayer has been discover-,,
ed. The little girl was last seen
alive early last evening.
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Denison, Iowa, March 31. 1917.
Yours ery truly,
For Further Particulars Phone or Write to C. E. Humphrey, Superintendent or
W. C. Rollins, Secretary, Denison, Iowa
W. C. VAN NESS.
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