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DOW CITY ITEMS.
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latter part of the week from their vis
it with relatives in Waterloo.
Albert Krai and Kenneth Short, of
Vail, were calling on friends here the
last of the week.
Miss Blanche Cole was hostess to
the! Palo Alto club Saturday and a
large attendance is reported. The
pleasures of the afternoon were very
much enjoyed by all, especially the
appetizing luncheon served at the
close. Miss Marie Bowling, of Deni
sonj Miss Ethel Goodman, of Coin
and Miss Doras Bruner, of Waterloo,
were out of town guests.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell, of
Denison, were callers in town Satur
day.
Ray Field and wife attended the I
J). S. reunion in Logan a couple of
days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Young and two
children and Mrs. M. A. Rigsby were
among the county seat callers Satur
day.
Miss Minnie Sciford and brother,
Emmerson, came over from llicketts
Saturday to see their sisters, Misses
Lulu and Esther Sciford.
W. B. McDonald and wife, Miss
Ruby Baber, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiley
Mr. and Mrs. Ward McDonald and
Charles Whitson motored to Harlan
Thursday to take in the fair.
We are told that W. B. Gibson, R1
mer Riddle and York Broad well are
planning an overland trip in the near
future to Kentucky, where the latter's
folks reside.
Miss Bertha Logsdon visited rela
lives and friends in Woodbine last
"week.
The Benson Smith family were up
from Woodbine Sunday visiting rela
tives.
Beginning next Sunday the evening
services at the Methodist church will
le held a half hour earlier. Epworth
League will begin at ti:30 and preach
ing at 7:30. Please note the change.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McDonald" and
Mils Ruby Baber were visitors at the
county capital Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Sheldon were
callers here one day last week from
Denison.
B. M. McElwain, wife and daughter
Pearl, motored to Harlan Thursday to
attend the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. John Birkhofer and
nephew, John Birkhofer, left last
week overland for a visit with rela
tives in Moscow and other places. Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Nelson, of Arion, ac
companied them and will make a vis
it at Davenport.
Andrew Bowling and Andrew Cum
mlngs, of Denison, and Nelson But
terworth were over fronr Ida Grove
on Tuesday of last week for a short
time.
One of the most pleasant social
functions of the past week was the
•party given by Miss Lucinda McHenry
at', her pleasant country home Thurqg
-rffiy afternoon in honor of her iiouse
iitestg. Miss Lillian Saunders, of Ma
Mlla, and Miss Ethel Goodman, of
6oin. The time was passed in social
chat and doing fancy work and last
but not least came tempting luncheon
After this pleasant feature the guests
took their leave, having had a fine
time. Misses Lela and Myrtle A!
bert, of Denison, were out of town
guests.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Harding and
Miss Jessie Goodrich, of Denison, and
M. B. Bailey and wife, of Dunlap, were
Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and
JUrs. F. C. Howorth.
Will Kuykendall and wife visited at
the home of their son, Ed, near Dun
lap several days last week.
W. K. Sharp left Wednesday for a
s|x weeks' visit with relatives at North
Umberland county, Pennsylvania.
Walter Riule, wife and two chil
dren, of Lanesboro, are visiting with
the Rule families here.
Mrs. Charlie Smith left Sunday for
Glen Ellen, 111., upon receiving the
sad news of the death of a relative.
E. E. Newkirk is improving his resi
dence in the west part of town by the
building of an addition to it.
Dr. Fred Daudel and wife, of New
.Hampton, were pleasant guests at the
Fred Wiley
home the past week.
Mrs. L. H. Goddard and two chil
dren arrived Sunday from Fort Dodge
for a visit at the homes of her sisters,
Mrs. George Keairnes and Mrs. Bessie
Hoi comb.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiley, Dr. Fred
Daudel and wife, Norman Kiddle. Miss
•Mary Keairnes, Bryce Binnall and
Miss Fancheon Wiley left Tuesday on
a pleasure trip to Lake Andes, S. D.
Mrs. Edgar Jackson, and sons, of
South Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. F. Jack
son, of Missouri Valley, and Dr. and
Mrs. Coon and C. F. Cassaday and
wife, of Denison, were Sabbath guests
at the Frank McHenry home. The for
mer and her sons will remain until
WiE»di}esday of this week.
After a pleasant four week's visit
•with relatives and friends in this vi
cinity, Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp
e^ftect to leave Wednesday for a vis
it at Wayne, Neb., after which they
-will return to their home in Trinidad,
Clo.
JMorrte Heffernan, of Charter Oak,
tvks calling on friends here Sunday.
D. E. Bremser and wife are rejoic
injj over the arrival of a line baby boy
born to them on Sunday.
iMrs. Arthur Banyard and children
enjoyed a several days' visit with rel
atives near Deloit the past week.
jElder Clias. E. Butterworth, wife
aftd daughter, Vida, E. It. Butter
wiprth and wife, Miss Lulu Crandall,
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Field, Mr. and Mrs.
S,
Field and the Will Spence family.
and Mrs. L. C. Hatch and daugh
ter, Lois, and Miss Gladys Rudd at
tended the L. D. S. reunion at Logan
Sanday.
After an extended visit at the home
of her mother, Mrs. S. E. Wiley, Mrs.
K: H. Rudd and daughter, Iris, depart
ed Monday for their liotue in Hooper,
Wash.
Wilber Berry returned on Sunday
from a week's visit with relatives in
iNebraska and Kansas City, Kans.
A large number from here attended
the ball game in Dunlap Sunday.
.Mr and Mrs. Clair Butterworth and
daughter, Mildred, and Mrs. Hugh But
terworth and children motored to Ida
(Grove Monday to spend the day with
the former's son, Nelson, before he
left for the training camp in Mexico.
We are informed that the boys left on
Monday afternoon.
The M. A. Riley and Tim Cronin
families motored to Denison Sunday,
where they made a visit at the Henry
Hevoeka home.
Rev. A. B. Adams and wife and
daughter, Eva, expect to leave on
Wednesday for a short visit with rela
tives at Magnolia. The former was
called there to preach Wednesday
evening.
Last Sunday the evening services
at the Methodist church were in
charge of Frank Banyard, who gave
a very interesting address to a large
audience. A beautiful duet was giv
en by Bryce Binnall and Mr. Banyard
the latter also rendering a solo at the
close of the service. Mr. Banyard is
a student of music at the Moody in
stitute in Chicago and is spending his
vacation among relatives and friends
Friday night Mrs. Bert Winn be
came very ill as a result of having tak
en what she supposed were headache
tablets, but later discovered she had
by mistake taken strychnine tablets
A physician was called and at pres
ent she is getting along as well as
can be expected, although very weak
Her daughter, Mrs. Max Brink, was
sent for and arrived the first of the
week from Meckling, S. D„ to care
for her mother.
Mrs. Lessie Howorth is entertain
ing her brother, Alie Gibbs, of Canada
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riddle, Frank Ril
ey and Mr. and Mrs. Brinton Sharp
left Sunday for Des Moines to attend
the state fair.
Rigdon Slocumb came up from Oma
ha Friday for an over Sunday visit
with his relatives, the G. M. Brake
and J. N. Bell families.
Miss Fern Johnson returned Satur
day from Cedar Falls, where she has
been attending school, having complet
ed a four year course in three years
For the coming year she has a posi
tion to teach at Corwith.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Towne and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Wingrove spent the
day Sunday at Lake View.
A number of the gentlemen friends
of Prof. C. W. Manning who with his
family will leave Wednesday of this
week for their new home at Dawson
gave him a farewell in the form of a
coon hunt Sunday night and the oc
casion was very much enjoyed by all
Mr. a,nd Mr si. Georgff A hart, Ed
Lyons and wife, Leo Ahart, and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Colby attended church
in Dunlap Sunday.
Mrs. Lessie Howorth and son, Dan
and Miss Vina Gibbs returned Friday
from Harlan, where they had spent a
week with relatives and taking in the
fair.
The Jim O'Meara family were down
from Denison Sunday visiting rela
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Ettleman enter
tained at Sunday dinner the families
of Fred Thompson, Joe Thompson
Warren Ettleinan, Arch Wight, Ward
McDonald and Warren Ettleman. Also
Mrs. John Gibson and children, Mr,
and Mrs. Jay Thompson and Miss Nora
Finnegan. The affair was a very de
lightful one.
Pearl Vore and wife and A. A. Luke
and daughters, Kathleen and Marguer
ite, attended the Harlan fair last
Wednesday.
LaVerne Gibson had the misfortune
of stepping on a piece of glass one
day last week and cutting an artery
in his right foot. Several stitches
were required and at present the lad
is getting along nicely, although un
able to walk without the aid of
crutches.
John Ahart is the owner of an Ov
erlatid roadster, which he purchased
last week of the Houston garage.
Miss Jennie Pardee, who is at the
M. A. Riley home, made an over Sun
day visit in Ute with her folks.
Miss Bertha Tatroe left Saturday
for a visit in Cherokee with her folks.
\\'e have been requested to an
nounce that'Rev. J. L. Payne, of Texas
will fill the pulpit at the Baptist
church during the month of Septem
ber and probably will settle as a reg
ular pastor. Everyone is invited to
the services.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society will meet on Wednesday, Sep
tember 5th, in the parlors of the Meth
odist church. A good attendance is
desired at this time as this is to be a
business meeting with an election of
officers and a report of the year, etc.
Mrs. Will Clark is to have charge of
the lesson study and Mrs. Eugene
Wiggins will be the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crandall, ac
companied by his mother, Mrs. Jean
nette Crandall, were visiting and
shopping in Woodbine Friday. They
also attended the L. 1). S. reunion at
Logan.
The Roy Brockman family, of Den
ison, moved to Dow City Monday and
are occupying rooms over the grocery
and bakery. Mr. lirockinan will en
gage in carpenter work.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McQueen are
entertaining her sister, Miss Marion
McCabe, of Tama, who arrived last
week.
Gus Anderson, Jr., accompanied by
his father, of Denison, A. A. Alexan
der, R. H. Fishel left the first of the
week for Des Moines, where they are
enjoying the sights at the fair.
The August Mesenbrink family were
down from Denison Sunday visiting
at the Ben Mesenbrink home.
Mrs. M. A. Pearsall and daught/*,
Phyllis, and Miss June Smith were
passengers to Logan Saturday morn
ing to be in attendance at the L. D. S.
conference. Mr. Pearsall went down
Sunday and they returned together in
the evening.
Misses Agnes and Margaret Rule,
of Boone, arrived Monday for a visit
with their many relatives here.
Mrs. Will Burke and daughter.
Ruby, came up from Council Bluffs
Sunday for a visit at the parental,
Frank Field, home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berka made
an automobile trip to Lohrville Mon
day.
Miss Nell Rule entertained as Sun
day guests Mr. and Mrs. Walter, Rule
and children, of Lanesboro, and Mrs.
George Rule, of Lake View.
Mrs. Henry Heovoeka and children
were passengers down from Denison
Monday for a visit at the home of her
brother, M. A. Riley, and family.
The E. R. Fagan family moved on
Monday into the Baptis* parsonage,
which Mrs. Jane Wood just vacated,
she having moved her household goods
to her rooms over the grocery and
bakery. G. V. Jordan will have his
residence vacated by the Fagan fam
ily remodeled after which he and his
wife will occupy it.
Dr. J. F. Potter and wife left Tues
day for a visit at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. John Smith, and hus
band in Clark, S. D.
Mrs. James Spence and son, Maur
ice, were over from Boyer the first of
tiie week visiting relatives.
Miss Bertha Logsdon expects to de
part Wednesday for her home in Ames
after spending the summer vacation
at the home of her sister, Mrs. Frank
Glassburner, and family. She has a
position as teacher Mor the coming
year.
Misses Verna and Hattie and Grace
Voss, of West Side, were pleasant
visitors at the Mott McHenry home
last Friday.
Mrs. Will Marr was down from Ari
on Thursday in attendance at the Gal
land funeral.
Ruth Fishel returned Sunday to her
home in Denison after spending sever
al weeks at the home of her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fishel,
while her mother was in a hospital
in Omaha. Miss Nellie Fishel went
to Denison Monday for a visit at the
home of her brother.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Howorth visited
at the Isaac Howorth home near Den
ison Saturday.
Dr. J. A. Drill and wife and baby
daughter were visiting at the home
of Dr. Moore and wife in Dunlap on
Sunday.
The H. G. Scott family and Miss
Ruby Rolls returned Sunday* from a
week's visit with relatives in Edgar,
Neb.
Mrs. Ralph Roy and daughter, Car
oline, and Geneva were down from
Denison Sunday visiting at the Hen
ry Roy home. The latter remained
for several days.
Mrs. Thomas Munsey was a passen
ger, to Denison Saturday evening,
where she visited at the Ben Win
grove home returning Monday. Mrs.
Wingrove, who has been suffering
greatly the past few weeks with ap
pendicitis, was taken to Omaha Mon
day for an operation.
The Fred Northern family, who
moved to Wyoming several weeks ago,
have come back and are again resi
dents here.
The school sale of teachers' desks,
chairs, book cases, stoves, clocks, wa
ter coolers, etc., which was held on
Saturday, was quite a success, every
thing being disposed of. Malone
Brothers were the auctioneers.
The Asa Bybee family, of Denison,
were Sabbath guests at the Frank Ber
ka home.
Mrs. John Ahart and the Misses Vir
ginia and Myrtle Marks and Lillian
Ahart motored to Logan Sunday to
attend the L. D. S. reunion.
Mrs. Edgar Jackson and sons, of
Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jack
son, of Missouri Valjey, were enter
tained at Sunday dinner at the Mott
McHenry home.
B. M. McElwain is having his resi
dence, which the family just vacated,
moved to the lot north of the William
son property, which he purchased
some time ago.
The members of the Methodist
church and Sunday school enjoyed a
picnic in the Cross grove Tuesday.
Various games and sports had been
arranged for the children and need
less to say they all spent a very pleas
ant day, the older people as well as
the children. An elegant picnic din
ner was served at noon.
Miss Inez Killion, of Charter Oak,
is a guest of lier cousin, Miss Marie
Coleman.
LOCAL MARKET REPORT
Corn $1.60
Oats 4lfc
Eggs 30 to 38c
Butter 33c to 39c
Hogs $15.75
No. 1 hides l5MiC
Cream 3Gc
Chickens 14c
Spring chickens 18c
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Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Edwards and
B. M. McElwain an wile accompanied
the former's son. -il, as far as Den
ison Sunday on his return to Ida
Grove after spending several days at
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark and chil
dren and Ernest Clark and wife
autoed to Odebolt Saturday for an
over Sunday visit with relatives.
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THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1917
4, ,j 4. .j.
DEFIANCE ITEMS
4.
Mrs. C. E. Albers and family, of
Menlo, are visiting at the H. B. North
home.
J. A. Luxford and family, of Oak
land, visited Sunday with relatives in
Defiance.
W. E. Ruffcorn and .1. W. McBride
made a business trip to the southern
part of the state last week.
Mrs. James Marks and children, of
Jefferson, arrived Monday for a visit
with relatives and friends.
R. Schneider, W. E. Ruffcorn and
H. B. North are driving new Fords.
Miss Emma Byers went to Omaha
Monday to meet her sister. Mrs. Geo.
Wutrsbaugh, of Neligh. Neb., and ac
company her to Des Moines, where
Mr. Wurtsbaugh is in the Methodist
hospital as the result of injuries re
ceived in an automobile accident.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kuh-1. N. C. Loehr,
M. M. Finken and Mat Finken were
among those from Defiance who were
entertained in Omatia during the
merchants' trade week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gallagher and baby,
of Logan Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Han
sen and baby, of Harlan, were Sun
day guests at the home of Miss Hat
tie Yackey.
Mrs. John Hartman returned last
Thursday from Omaha, where she re
cently underwent an operation. A
family reunion was held at the home
of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred
Lolise, Sunday.
J. M. Mayer and Dr. V. J. Meyer, of
Defiance Dr. Brazes, of Harlan Geo.
Wurtsbaugh, of Neligh, Neb., and
Clarence Wurtsbaugh, of Irwin, start
ed from Defiance Sunday for an auto
trip to the state fair. Word received
from them that night stated that they
had a blow out and the car turned over
near Redfleld and George Wursbaugh
is in the Methodist hospital at Des
Moines suffering from a broken leg
and internal injuries. The rest of the
party were badly bruised but had no
serious injuries. Later: Mr. Wurts
baugh died Tuesday morning about 2
o'clock.
The members of the Eastern Star
chapter had a shower on Miss Elsie
Harness Friday evening in honor of
her approaching manage. The eve
ning was spent at the home of her
parents north of town and each mem
ber pieced a block for a star quilt. Re
freshments were served and Miss
Harness was presented with a set of
silver teaspoons and a berry spoon
to match.
Dr. V. J. Meyer, who has joined the
medical reserve corps and expects to
be called to service at any time, lias
sold his practice to Dr. J. W. Fonda,
who has been looking after it for the
past few weeks.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fay
Reynolds on August 24th, and one to
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Finken on August
27th.
R. A. WestbroOk, who spent a few
weeks in Defiance and other points in
Iowa, left last Monday for his home in
Needles, Call. His wife and little
daughter will remain for a longer
visit.
Miss Carrie Lee Dane returned on
Monday to her home in Perry after a
week's visit with her cousin, Miss Iva
Haskins.
Miss Nellie Reams returned last
Wednesday from a two weeks' visit
at Bagley, Des Moines and other
points.
School will open in Defiance on next
Monday. The teachers this year will
be the same as last with one exception.
Miss Sadie McKinney, of Woodbine,
is to teach the seventh and eighth
grades. Professor Boylen, Miss Clara
Schmickle, Miss Floy Ellas and Miss
Celia Peterson will fill their usual
places.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis made an
auto trip to Randolph Saturday and
their daughter, Wilma, who has been
Grau's For School
Supplies
Brand New Line Opened Fresh
From the Market.
This store has for years been the jparket place for
school supplies and this year is no exception. A
child receives the same treatment as a grown-up.
Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Inks,
Papers, Binders, Erasers, Ink
Holders, etc.
We call especial attention to our line of tablets from
the cheapest thats good, to the best thats made.
Come Early
Grau Drug Co.
"The Rexall Store"
visiting Miss Lieatrice Ford, returned
witii them in the evening.
Mrs. Phil McAndrews and little
daughter. Madonna, spent Sunday in
Portsmouth with relatives.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Eakin, of Sioux
City, were guests Wednesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Blakes
lee. They were on the way to the
state fair at Des Moines, making the
-trip by auto.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nordby and little
son, of Butterfield, Minn., arrived oij
Wednesday by auto for a visit with
her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Scott, and
other relatives.
Fred Young, who has been spend
ing his vacation in Defiance, returned
Thursday to Washburn, N. D.
George Haskins went to Perry Sat
urday for a visit with relatives.
Miss Viola Brundage returned Sat
urday to her home in Altoona after a
week's visit with friends in Defiance.
N. V. Kuhl and family left last
week on an auto trip to Alton, Iowa
Osmond, Neb., and other points.
Will Kirschbaum, Harper Shannon
and their wives were Des Moines pas
sengers Sunday to visit the fair.
J. R. Wickersham is visiting his son
at Oakes, N. D.
SETTLERS' PICNIC ENJOYED
(Continued Page 3.)
Gaffey, Mrs. John Mahnke. J. O.
Peters, Dr. J. J. McWilliams, Mrs. Al
bert Carlson, Alex Simpson, Manilla
Mrs. Chas. Kevan, Idaho Mrs. Chas.
Schelm.Malohn, Mrs. David Trues
dall, M. J. Collins, Willie Grill, Mrs.
Levi Green. Mrs. Sabina Cross, Miss
Mary Sanders. Mrs: Mary E.. Crandall,
George Fritz, Miss Anna Stender, Jno.
Flahive, Hans Brodersen, Henry
Kroiinke, A. G. Sjorgren, John Fort
ingham, William Kranz, Herbert Eif
fert, Mrs. C. A. Sykes, Mrs. Birdie
Snell McLaughlin, Mrs. Wm. Flaher
ty, Mrs. M. Haskins, Mrs. Clara John
son, A. Currier Wm. R. Christie, Aug.
Ingwersen, Mrs. Clyde Huffmen, Mrs.
Carl Wiese, Jacob Sachau, Mrs. Hans
Jess, Mrs.' Edmund Pennit*ton, Mrs.
Leo Downey, Miss Leona Hansman,
Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Marie Jen
kins, Wm. T. Dickson, Mrs. Thomas
McGrath, M. Haskins, C. C. Booth,
Mrs. Martha Scheldorf. Hans Jassen.
D. 01
J. D. Jones (sheriff), Mrs. Wm. Roul
liarh, Frederick Molir. Mrs. Marian
iaril, Fi
Bonsall-Cain, Fred Coletnan, llawley.
"Wilson, Edwin A. Find, l)elos Sorvoss,
Robert Getty, Mrs. Leo Mahler, Dew
ey Hoy, Matt Schumacher. Orleans.
Neb., Mrs. Scott"" Wilson,-August liix.
Win. H. Hartley, Mrs. Francis Barber,
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Miss Anderson, of Omaha, was an
over Sunday guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Huddleston.
Mrs. Dwight Williams and children
of Sioux 'Falls, S. D., arrived Wednes
day evening for a visit at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mull
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Sunday at the home of Mrs. Brown.
Bernard and Hazeltine Jordan accom
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to spend a few days there.
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Husky J. P. Fitch, Mrs. John Flahive,
Mrs. R. E. Grason, W. W. Galland.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
The J. W. Miller. Jr. Real Estate
agency reports the following sales of
the last week:
The J. J. Kuhl 240 acre farm to Paul
Shoening, of Buck Grove. This l'arm
is located in Iowa township and has
very fine improvements. Considera
tion $56,000. Possession March 1st.
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For the Children
The Boys' Big Shoe Depart
ment is now ready with the
Largest and Best Stock
of Shoes ever Offered.
Our Prices are always the low
est, quality considered.
Visit our Display at the
County Fair and Get a
Souvenir.
"THE BOYS"
DENISON'S POPULAR STORE
THE BOYS
1 DENISONS POPMA&STORE
School Dresses
For Girls Ages 6 to 14 Years
\17E have just received our new fall and win
ter serge and wash dresses. These wash
dresses are made of good quality galetea and
poplin in light and dark colors. The wool dresses
are made of good quality serge in navy, garnet,
Copenhagen blue, etc. Snappy styles made just
like mother s. And the prices are so reasonable.
Wash Dresses $1.50 to $ 3.45
Serge Dresses $3.25 to $10.00
School Blouses for Boys
All Ages From 4 to 12 Years
The famous K. & S. Blouses for boys are here.
These blouses are tapeless and easy to launder.
Materials are fast color percale and madras in
white and colored stripe patterns. The blouse
that fits and wears. Just the thing for school.
Priced at 50c, 59c and 75c
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The Paul Shoening 5 acre truck
farm in the College addition to Bert
Walworth, of Nishnabotny township.
Consideration $4,000. Possession on
March 1st.
Misses Nellie Kembell and Mar
garet Patterson, bothe residents of
Boone, were the guests of Miss Mag
dalena Rachwitz Sunday. In com
pany with Mr. and Mrs. John Rachwitz
the young ladies motored to Lake
View in the forenoon, where they en
joyed an outing.
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