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Circus tomorrow.
Send' us your news.
Don't forgot the big celebration in
Denison next Monday.
\V. It. G. will meet Saturday after
noon at tlie Ml-Henry hall.
Additional Denison local news on
fcagtfTTve'of the first section.
Miss Nell Olson, of Vail, was a
shopper in "Denison last Thursday.
Mr. and .Mrs. Frank I.ong were
pleasant callers here Friday from I'te.
Miss Anna Xissen, of Boyer. was a
brief visitor in the city last Thursday.
Adolph Hamaun was a business call
er in Denison Friday from Si'hleswig.
Mrs. Frank Currie returned yester
day from a visit"with lier'mother at
Waterloo.
Mr. and Mrs. 55. T. Hawk returned
yesterday from an extended outing at
Lake Okoboji.
Mr. and Mrs. M. IS. Currier, of De
fiance. were in Denison Monday trans
acting business.
Clement J. Welch is spending a few
|ays in Des Moines this week attend
ing tjifc state fair.
Hans Jess, who lives 011 a farm near
Deloit. made a brief business' visit' in
£)jenison yesterday.
l^iss I'annie Hayes spent several
dajte" last"Week 'visiting Miss Fayc
9KMab&Hln' at -"Glenwdo'd.
Win, Mohr and family were down
fJotn Schleswig Thursday, spending
tgJVdiy with friends in Denison.
Miss Alma Wright went to I'te Mon
day for a couple of days' visit at the
borne of her aunt, Mrs. Flora Smith.
'iLeo O'Connell departed Friday eve
ning for Chicago, where ho will spend
a few days visiting friends and rela
tives.
.J. l'eter Jepsen, of Schleswig, was
J'fi Denison yesterday attending to
some business matters at the court
bouse."
Hannibal Fink and family returned
home' this week from Lake Okoboji,
whferc thoy "enjoyed a several Weeks'
6i|ting.
Mrs. S. Woodruff, a resident of Oma
ha, was a pleasant guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Helsley over
Sunday.
Aliases Vera Keatie and ISnid O'Reil
ly, of Vail, visited in Denison several
days last week at the home, of .Mrs.
E. Hill.
Misses Verna, ('.race and Hut tie
Yosfi oi! West Side, were in the city
Saturday attending tae rural gradu
ation exercises.
'.Mr. and Mrs. Andrew llell, Sr. went
up tp Sac City last Wednesday, where
they attended the concert given by
Schumann iieink.
Herbert Kahler returned yesterday
to his home at Traer after a week's
visit in Denison at the home of his
brother, W. IS. Kahler.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rollins and
(jpUghter, Miss .leunie, are taking in
the state fair this week ami also vis
iting relatives at Perry.
Faul Caswell departed the lirst of
the week for Ft. Shelling. Alinn..
^hfere he will enter the second offi
cers' reserve training camp.'
Mrs. Geo. llestou left Friday for
t)es Moines, where she attended the
wedding, on Saturday, of a graud
^tiUghter, Miss Frances Brown,
j' Mr. ami Mrs. Kd linger and daugh
ter,-Garnet t. departed this morning
tor a month's visit With relatives' in
fdaho. Oregon and other western
points.
Mrs. .Lillie Hall, daughter of John
ifotfludeparts
ria.ll, this week for Shenan
wjiere .she has accepted a posi
tion :.as superintendent of the city
school's.
Misses Luella and Kuth Cede went
t111
Council Bluffs Tuesday, where they
visit until Wednesday night.
Tlie.v will spend part of the time in
thnaha.
J: Only one marriage license has been
Issued froul the county clerk's oflice
during the past week, that being to J.
franklin Donahoo and Hazel Wyland
on Saturday.
Mrs. John Bailey is reported seri
ously ill at the family resilience in
East Denison. A trained nurse is in
attendance. Her many friends hope
for a speedy recovery.
"'Mr. Thos. G. Brunei'. a resident of
Douglas, \Vyo„ was a guest at the Al-i
ficrt Helsley home on Thursday and
Friday. He was on his way to Indiana
to attend a family reunion.
I
•Frank Qriines is bac|t at Meuagh's.
S"
ralrf"*oreiite' In 'the gents' 'furnish
department Mr. Grimes had to
fiva up his position several weeks ago
on 'acwHWt or popf health
'•jR Hit J.' -'.•J''. J.
The Folks at
Home
want your photograph, but
TIIEY inay need reminding
that you want photographs of
them as well.
If you will c1o the remind
ing we will make photographs
that will please you.
The Ferguson
I!. P. Conner was in Omaha Friday
transacting business.
Judge Conner transacted business
at Sioux City oil Tuesday.
1
Local Mention
Miss Mabel Dugan was among those
from Vail shopping in the city Mon
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Geoj l.oeck, o£ ltick
ctts, were pleasant callers in Denison
Saturday.
Mrs. W. A. Davis and daughter, of
Charter Oak, were shopping in Deni
juin yesterdav.
Miss Lvdia Jensen returned home
Monday from a two weeks' visit at
Milwaukee, Wis.
Mrs. John Robinson, of Vail, spent
Friday here, guest at the home of
.Mrs. ('has. ISollen.
Misses Nell and Mabel Dugan. of
Vail, were amoii£ the .shoppers from
out of town Mondsiy."
Mrs. IS. G. Danuctt, of West Side,
spent Monday in Denison shopping
and calling on friends.
ISdward Fatten, of Manning, is
spending the week in Denison visiting
at the' Clias. Dollen home.
•Air. and Mrs. ('has. Uollen and little
draughter drove to Maiming Sunday to
spend tiie day with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank lioworth autoed
up from Dow City Saturday for a brief
visit with friends in the city.
Louie Schultz was down from Sehles
wig yesterday attending to .some busi
ness matters at tire county capital.
Mr. F. W. Buncher. who lias charge
of the shoe department at the Hoys'
store, visiteil With friends in Onialia
Sunday.
Misses Bernice and Velma Bingham,
of Manning, are spending this week in
Denison guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs'. IS. J. Miller.
.Miss ISrma Ileutel went up to Ode
bolt Sunday, where she is spending
a few days at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Linman.
Donald ISvans. of Ft. Wayne. Ind..
arrived in Denison Sunday for a
week's visit at tiie home of his grand
father, Mr. Win. Iseminger.
Mrs. Florence Aylesworth came up
from Omaha Saturday for an over Sun
day visit at the home of her parents,
Mr. aud Mrs. .1. G. Wygant.
Charles Silletto left Sunday for Des
Moines, where he is spending the
week visiting his brother, John, and
incidentally taking in the state fair.
Miss Blanch Sperry has accepted a
position at the Home bakery as sales
lady. She commenced her duties at
that plane on Monday of this week.
Mrs. Karl Cavett. who lias been
spending the summer here visiting at
tlie X. I". Cavett home, departed .Mon
day for her home at l'ortland. Ore.
Mr. Hugh McGuire and daughter re
turned to their home in Chicago Mon
day after h' week's visit in Denison
with his father, Mr. James McGuire'.
Mrs. O. A. Patterson aud soli. Fred
erick. are expected home Saturday
from Mansfield, O., where tliev have
been for'the past two months 'visiting
relatives.
Miss Beulah Aylesworth returned to
Denison last week from Springlleld.
Mo., where she has been enjoying a
visit at the home ot her auht, Mrs.
Gaylord Weeks.
The opening of Grinnell college has
been postponed for two weeks or un
til September 20 th. to permit stu
dents who are following agricultural
pursuits to harvest their crop's.'
Frank llanss purchased tlie McXeice
residence located just east of the col
lege the first of the week for a consid
eration of -$4.0W. Mr. Harisfi recent
ly sold his home on ISast Broadway.
Mr. F. L. Hoffman has been ap
pointed guardian for Mr. S. P. Gu
lick. Mr. Gulick suffered with a
stroke of paralysis several weeks ago,
which left hiin in an enfeebled con
dition.
Henry Faul spent several days last
week at Oelweln. Storm Lake and
Schleswig looking over some newspa
per properties with a view of buying.
Mr. Faul litis not yet decided upon a
location.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwiesow and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Will Peter
sen. of Buck Grove, left Saturday for
a motor trip to points in Minnesota.
Tliev expect to be gone a week Or teii
days.
Recruiting Sergeant McXiece. of
Dubuque, visited ill Denison over Sun
day with '.lis wife. They sold their
home the first of the week to Mr.
Frank Hnnss and will make, their
home in Dubuque for the present at
least.
Mr. W. A. MeHenry and daughter.
Mrs. L. A. Seemanu. are expected
home tomorrow from Lake Okofioji,
whe!re they have been enjoying the
summer months. Mr. MeHenry will
remain in Denison for several weeks
Uefose returning to California.
There will a band concert tonight
at the intersection of Main and Broad
way. A special program has been ar
ranged aud it is hoped the attendance
will be large.
The Review's classified department
brings results and don't you forget it.
They are read in nearly every home in
Crawford county. A trial advertise
ment will convince you.
Carl Frederick Kuehnle left Friday
for Lake 'Okohoji, where lie spent, a
few days visiting Lovnl Voss. From
there lie drove to Ft. Knelling, where
he will enter the officers' reserve!
r-orps camp.
Ajiss Helen Bright, who has been
visiting at the home of Frank Grimes,
returned Thursday to her home in
Omaha. I\|iss Gwendolyn Grimes re
turned with her to visit at the home
of her uncle, It. D. Bowman, until
school' begins.
Senator and Mrs. G. L. Caswell are
spending the week in Des }!oines in
attendance at the state fair. Senator
Caswt'll has an otlLce in the adminis
tration building, where he' will take
ciire of the Iowa newspaper men who
attend the fair.
Mrs. J. \\'. Miller. Jr. and children
returned home Saturday from Chi
nook. Mont., where they have lieen for
the past two months visiting Mrs.
Miller's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Miller. Mr. Miller met them at Min
neapolis and accompanied them home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Caines. of
Worth, Mo., anil Air. and Mrs. A1
Scnter, ot Kippey. Iowa, are guests
this week at the home of the ladies'
sister. Mrs. James Rollins. Air. and
Mrs. Senter have a son in the first
United States army that crossed the
water.
Miss Margaret Miehaelsen. of Ok
lahoma City who is visiting rela
lives and' friends here, returned the
first of the week from Sioux City,
where she enjoyed a few days' visit
with friends. Miss Mic'yiolscn ex
pects to return iionic the first of Sep
tember.
Air. and .Mrs. John Shattuck, who
reside at Smithland. drove to Denison
Saturday for a visit at the home of
Mrs. Shattuck sister. Airs. Hugo Geb
ert. In the afternoon both families
motored to Ida Grove to bid farewell
to Tioy Gebert, who left Monday for
Denting, X. AI.
The harvest festival held at the
Brueiierschaft park in Denison last
Friday failed to attract much of a
crowd. The Denison band furnished
music throughout the afternoon- and
In the evening a dance was held in the
hall. The sports for the young folks
were not held.
Airs. Julia Langenbucli and daugh
ter, Miss Augusta,'returned1 to Deni
son la^t Wednesday from West Point,
Neb., where they visited friends and
relatives for several weeks, iliss
L'arigen'bueh has accepted a position
as stenographer in the office of Supt.
C. IS. Humphrey and commenced work
on Alonday.
Air. Howard Wygant. of Washing
ton. D. 0., arrived in Denison Thurs
day for a week's visit with his par
ents, Air. and Airs. J. G. Wygant. .Mr.
Wygant is it^the employ of the gov
ernment and was sent to Chicago to
attend to spine work there. His many
Denison Mends are niore than pleased
to renew acquaintances.
County Attorney W. IS. Kahler lias
been busy for the past week rounding
up the owners of automobile in Craw
ford county who have not paid the
1)417 license fee to the state. During
the past few days hi: has collected al
most $100 from forty owners who had
failed to remit to the auditor of state.
A penalty is added in each instance.
Air. Kahler informs the Review that
in many instances the cars had been
sold by the former owners, but that
the license had not been transferred.
Air. and Airs. Otto Vosgerau and two
children returned Thursday from a
week's vfiit in .Minnesota, visi.l lg at
the home of Mr. and Airs, l'rcd Boett
ger. The Boettger family were for
merly located in the vicinity of Ken
wood and how they are esteemed by
tht ir many Crawford county friends
was demonstrated by the congregation
visiting them last week. Besides the
Vosgerau family there were Henry
Listamann and two sons. John and
Henry. Jr.. Mr. ami Mrs. John Boett
ger and wife, of Kenwood Alt'. Fred
Hofstetter and Air. and Airs. Rudolph
Kruse. of Kenwood, and Laura and
Anna Kitelil, of planning. The enter
tainment extended from this excellent
family will long be remembered.
Mr. A. C. Hansen, who has been
supe'rinfendent of territory in north
western Iowa for the Fairmont
Creamery company with headquar
ters in Denison. has been transferred
to their plant at Columbus, O.. where
he will have entire charge of this
work. Air. Hansen is a Denison boy
ami has been with the Fairmont
Creamery company for fourteen years
and for the past ten years has been
acting in tlie capacity of superintend
ent and the promotion is a well de
served recognition of his ability. Mr.
ami Airs. Hansen left today for Co
lumbus. making the trip overland in
their car. Air. Hansen will be suc
ceeded at |)enison by .Mr. V. L. ISn
rlglit, of Falrburv, Xeb.
Mr. and Airs. Geo. Xaeve and Boy IS.
Alote returned home Sunday after
noon from Pine Cone Camp, alter an
absence, of three weeks. They en
joyed their outing in''Minnesota and
the visit at Pine Cone Camp was all
the more enjoyable to them owing to
the fact that so many Denison people
were there. While there they attend
ed an Iowa picnic at which some forty
were present, twenty-seven of them
from Denison. From the camp they
motored to Aberdeen, S. IV. nnil were
accompanied by Mr. A. C. Balle. and
spent two days as guests at the home
of .Mr. and Airs. Geo. Fletcher. On
their way home from Aberdeen they
stopped off at Dolaii, S. D.. to look af
ter itonie n*f Mr. X'aeve's land interests
and found the crop conditions' excel
lent.
T,H| Df^lQljl pEyi?W, AUGtfgf 3?,13}?
pwmwiiiaw "4**a
Mr. and A]rs. Burton llolton visited
in Ar|on Sunday at the home of Mr.
ap|'!V{r8. C. C. Tripp.
'Mrs. Leltoy Tubbs. of Guthrie Cen
ter, and Mrs. Frank Alley, of Pleasant
pale, Neb., were guests at the home
of Mr. arid Airs. Cjias. Uollen 011 Fri
day.
err Dims
One Hundred Forty-Seven Graduates
Honored Wjtli Piplomas at Deni
son Last Saturday Afternoon.
STATE NSPECTOR GIVES TALK
Graduates Guests of Denison School
Board—Talks Delivered by Messrs.
Kue|inje, Helsley, Humphrey
Diplomas were given to the one
hundred and forty-seven graduates of
thu eighth grade rural schools at the
graduation exercises held on Satur
day afternoon at the opera huu&e in
Deni.son. All but thirteen graduates
were present to receive their diplom
as anil enjoy tiie fine program which
had been arranged for their enter
tainment. The attendance at the ex
ercises was larger than at any for
mer graduation, almost every seat ill
the opera house being- occupied.
The program commenced at 1:15
o'clock and opened with tlie invoca
tion by Rev. J". L. Boyd, pastor of the
Methodist ISpiscopal church. Leni
han Lally sang a beautiful solo fol
lowing thu invocation, which was ap
plauded.
A. C. Fuller. Jr.. state inspector of
normal training high schools, deliver
ed the graduation address, which was
one of the best ever heard in Denison.
Air. Fuller congratulated the gradu
ates u(ion having successfully com
pleted their eighth grade work and
impressed upon them the value of
further education. He stated that
while it was possible for them to
make a success in life without further
study, they would find it easier if they
would continue their schooling for a
few yeaivs more. The speaker told of
fhe money which is being expended
by the people of Iowa to educate the
children and that it was their duty
to take advantage of tue great op
portunities in this line that are offer
ed tiiein. His address was a force
ful one and was enjoyed by all pres
ent.
iliss Alice Boyd gave a reading,
which was thoroughly enjoyed.
County Supt. F. N.' Olry addressed
the graduates briefly before present
ing them with their diplomas.
Following tiie presentation of the
diplomas forty minutes was devoted
to motion pictures, two educational
and a comic film being sliown.
Graduates Guests of School Board.
Foiowing the graduation exercises
the graduates and their relatives and
friends were invited to the high
school gymnasium to be the guests
of the Denison independent school dis
trict.
Here they were addressed by Carl
'F. Kuehnle, Albert Helsley and Supt.
C. IS. Humphrey. The speakers told
of the exceptional opportunities in
education afforded by the Denison
college, which is now being conduct
ed by the independent school district
of Denison. The various courses were
explained.
After the speeches refreshments,
consisting of ice cream and wafers,
were served.
Names of the Graduates.
Below we print the names of those
who graduated from the rural eighth
grade schools and who received di
plomas on Saturday.
Boyer township: Anna T. Tennuhl
en. Agnes Aleeves, Inez Knutzen, John
Datterl.
Charter Oak township: Ruth Brett
hauer. Grace Jones, William Odefey.
Denison township: Francis Lingle,
Charley Powell, ftnunet Wolfe. Geo.
Christiansen. Vera Houlihan. Clara
iBachmann, Louis Finnegaii. (ieorge
Finnegan. Monica' llcderniun, Harold
Hederman.
ISast Boyer township: Emma Lock
miller, Werner Loclimiller. Chase
Johnson. Raymond AlcCutcheon, Ben
ton I'.oeck, Glenn AJcCutchoon.
Goodrich township: Lueinda Jen-,
sen. Hulda Anderson. Sophia Tlieo
dorf. ICdna Browne. Lola Koenk. Jiey
nold Grotli, Minnie 'epsen, Willie
Jepsen. ISdward J. ISvers. Lillie Steen
•sen. Herbert Steensen, .Minnie Jocks.
Elizabeth Jocks.
Hayes township: Viola Strathinann.
Francis Maguire. Lloyd Huffy Alary
Duffy. Andella Rowan. John Meehan.
Ada Lohrman, Melvin Hickey, Leona
Lally.
Hanover township: Alfred Sehultz,
Iowa township: ISlsie Kulil, Flor
ence Georgins, Caroline Stammer. lSd
na Alohr, Alilda Carstens. Henry Brus.
Jackson township: Katie I'eters,
ISilnrt Auen, Gladys Dozark. ISmil
Koenck. Xaomi Corn. Elizabeth Ayl
ward. Charles.O'Donnell. Alice O'Don
nell.
'.Morgan township: Alinnic Blocker.
Amanda Jensen.
Milfo'rd township: til la Costello.
.Maurice Houlihan. Anna Krai.
Xishnabotny township: ISdwin
Grage. Lester Hays, Vera Uoeck. Hu
go Boeek, "Bernard Asmus. Clara A*
mus, GeArge Fuller. Meinhardt Steck
elberg, Inex Theobald, Gvel.vn Theo
bald. lake Holmes. ISdward Olson,
ward Olson.
Otter Creek township: Rayniann
Bielenberg. Gilbert ISastner. Fnrrel
Xdrdell. Orville Xorilell, Silas Lind
berg, Floyd Lindberg. ISugene Lar
son, Agues IScklund, .Mabel Eclclund.
Paradise township: Sheldon Schaf
er. Alarion Schafer, ISdna Kolls. Ev
erett Garrett, lid win Matt soil. Caro
line Alattson.
Stockholm township: ISlvera Taylor.
Agnes Bilstein. Esther Larson. Alat
tie liuller. Mamie Gustat'sen. Earl
Hill. Clara Foster. ISdna M. Judy.
Irene Xewcotn.
Soldier township: Allele Joiiunnsen.
Cnion townshfp: Andrew Sharp.
Washington township: Opal Wal
worth." Ida Poleska. Varginiil Shields.
Joseph Shields. Meta Greder. Anna
Greder. Henrietta Weise, Elsie Weise,
Clara Alulleii, .Marguerite Mullen. Dor
othv Xollen. Blossom Xollen. Alfred
Nelson. Lillie Nelson. .Marie Noonen,
Manrecia Noonen, Lawrence Noonen,
Fritz Jatinsen, Al'argaret Jeilele.
West Side township: Alary Goetseh.
Mary Novotne, Geo. Novotne, Grace
Sehoeiijahn,' Margarei Brogan, Caro
line Slechta.
Willow township: Lola Hunt. Elsie
Nelson, Mabel tteitz, Gerald Cronin,
FOR5ALK—
TO KENT—
TO
WANTED
WANTED—A CQA1PJSTEXT GIRL
for housework. Inquire at this
office il-tf.
A1AX WAXTISD FOR IXSID1S WORK.
Steady the year round. $15.ihl per
week with overtime. Phone lSil or
Itr!). ur.-it
WANTED—WASH WOMAN TO
come to tiie house. Electric washer.
Phone 127. 5-tf
WANTED—DINING ROOAI GIRL.
Good wages. Thos. Nielsen, Hotel
Denison. M-tf.
WANTED TO RENT .MODERN
house. 11. K. lompkins. Denison. iiU-ot
WANTED—YOUNG MARRIED A|AN
to work on farm.' Inquire of Robert
Theobald, Astor, la. 30-tL'.
MODERN. FURNISHED ROOMS,
wanted. Inquire at tkis office. (xltf
WANTED LADIES TO KNOW
that they can do their own .sewing
at Snob's college at an expense of
only ."ioe per day. Everything first
class and satisfaction guaranteed. De
borah Tomkins, Manager. iu-tl'
FOUND
FOl"Nil—X1SAR VAIL, ALTO Li
cense number l:jo.lori. Owner may.
have same by calling at. this of
fice. OJ-tf
FOR RENT
FOR UPNT—200 ACRE FARAl
near Kenwood. Inquire of John Fla
liive. riioiie 1332. :!5-lt.
HOUSE FOR
Al rs. Greek.
Gratli.
KENT: INQUIRE OF
2tJ-tf
FOR SALS.
TALKING -MACHINES AND A
omplete line of raccrds for sale at
the Beutel hardware store. o'J- !!t
FOR SALE—W1NTOX
pies. Phone' 461.
CRAB \p
OU-ot*
FOR SALE OR TRADE—All mod
ern residence, clove to west brick
school. Terms. J. W. Miller, .Jr.. 31-2t
George Hall, Ethel Cook, %arl Sim
mons.
lviron. school: Leonard Johnson,
Royle Nelson. Florence Johnson. Ger
trude Alilburn, Lydia Turfn.
Deloit school: Ardatli Cose. Sarah
A. Gardner.
Aspinwall school: Alma Schrum.
Alilda Schwieso'w. Amanda Schroeder,
Alable Drus. Emit Silnow.
OBITUARY
Denison people were shocked 011
Thursday to hear of tlie death of Airs.
George Menagh, which occurred at
2:30 o'clock at the Clarkson hospital
in Omaha. For a nuinbar of years
Airs. Alenagh suffered with heart trou
ble and last week the family decided
to take her to Omaha for treatment
in the Clarkson 'hospital. They left
at o'clock over the Northwestern
and Airs. Menagh seemed to stand
the trip well, arriving at the hospital
about 110011 She, however, suffered
with a sinking spell soon afterwards
from which she failed to rally and
passed peacefully away.
Isabella Henderson was born in
Monktown, County of Antrim, Ire
land, Jan. 10, is.rl. She came to
America with her widowed mother in
the year and located at Pontine,
111. Her mother died soon latter their
arrival at Pontiac, after which the
daughter made her home with her un
cle, Mr. Thomas Limey, Sr. In tlie
year 3S0S they moved to Crawford
county. She was married to Air. Geo.
Alenagh on tlie'2d day of December,
lS"i, and to this union were born
eight children, live of' whom survive
her. namely: Mrs. Elizabeth Stone,
Charles W.. James, David and John.
The other three have been waiting for
her 011 the other side (or many years.
Isabella aud Annie, who died in in
fancy, and George H„ who passed
away at the ageof nine years.
Mrs. Alenagli was converted to
tho christian faith many years
ago and lived a faithful and
christian life until called to her re
ward on Thursday, August 23d. While
Airs. Menagh took little interest in
the social activities of the city, she
was loved -and admired bv a large
circle of friends, who knew her to be
a true friend in time of need. She
was prominent in the work of the
Holiness church, being a devout mem
ber of that denomination, and will be
greatly missed in its circles. She
was'a woman of high ideals, a loving
wife and kind and considerate mother.
The "bereaved husband and children
have the sympathy of the entire com
munity in this their hour of sorrow.
Klineral services were held at the
late home 011 Locust street Saturday
morning at in o'clock, being 111
charge of the members of the Holi
ness 'church. The remains were laid
to rest in Oakland cemetery.
Ralph Holmes and sister. Edith
Alay, returned home today from Des
Moines, where they have been visit
ing for several days at the home of
Mr. and Airs, tcay Friend.
Mr. and Airs. J. IS. Balle and daugh
ters and Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Brannon
returned home Sunday evening from
Pine Cone Camp, Alinn., where they
enjoyed a three weeks' outing. They
made the trip to Pine Cone Camp by
the Way of St. Paul and Minneapolis,
where tliev stopped for a day or two
to take In the sights, visiting Fort
Snelling and '6ther interesting' points.
Classified Advertising
(Styles It
One Cent Per Word Each Insertion. Ail Ads Chtvrged on LedgerMinimum Chivrtfe of 25 Cant*.
BUSINESS BRIEFS
A I.'TO 1,1VERY*—I AM NOW cnx
dueting at: auto livery and will giv:
both night and day calls prompt at
tention. Roseoe Romans, phone No.
i:i2t r--if
"A POSITION OR VOl'R MONEY
Back" is our new 01 licv. Write for
full particulars. Hunilndt Business
College, Minneapolis, Alinn. ol-lt.
Be satisfied. Buy a Iteo.
man who drives ope.
Ask the
3ti-tf
HAVE YOUR TIRES FIXED UP
now, ready for spring. If the tread is
wofti off, we can put on new rubber
if the fabric is weak we can reinforce
it. All work guaranteed. Clarence
Chamberlin. 12-tl'
You will got printing of character
from the Review. 9-tf.
CALLING CARDS PRINTED IN
all styles. Just try t|io Review 9-tf.
W. C. AIASON AUTO LIVERY
service with .!. B. Romans Co. Day
phone. :?Sf). night plune 1321 Prices
reasonable. «o-tf.
Demand for bookkeepers and steno
graphers is overwhelming. Girls take
a course in tiie Mankato Commercial
college. :5-it.
LAKE VIEW WINS ANOTHER.
The Seven Cairns brothers admin
istered a 4 to 1 defeat to Odebolt and
expected to pull down an easy victory
from Lake View at Reed's grove last
Suildav. but greatly missed their cal
culations. the home team winning
this last contest 4 to 2. Kildie Ca
tena. formerly of the All Nations,
was in tlie box for tlie visitors and
"Home Run" Happe heaved for the
local team. "Kid" Cordeman. of Sac
City, did the heavy work behind the
bat. Cairns got a home run. the sec
ond made 011 the diamond this year.
Next Sunday Lake View is not ex
pecting a walkaway when they meet
Anthbn at Reeds grove. The visitors
will use "Bud" Hinckley in the lx»\
and he is one of the fastest pitcher",
in western Iowa, llappe will work
for Lake View.
The usual amusements will he on
hand, and Cleninion's orchestra will
furnish the music, especially in the
evening.
O a a a
I'Olv SALr. I'OUK CYLINDER tin tirst of a series of games for the
Empire roadster in good iuec|iaulcal Sac county championship at Early on
condition. Inquire of C. AI. Ale- September 5th for a $100 parse and a
33-tt. percentage of gate receipts. "5-11
ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
School commences Alondap.
Fourteen pages this week.
Air. and Airs. Fred Grill are the
proud parents of a baby daughter.
One hundred additional men have
been notified by the local exemption
board to appear at the court house
iii Denison on Saturday morning of
this week to take the physical exam
ination. With this second call four
hundred men out of the 2230 who
registered 011 June 5th have been call
ed to appear for examination.
A report from Washington, dated
August 2!)tli. states that Red Cross
membership lias reached 3,500.000—
at the beginning of the year the to
tal was 275.O00. Illinois leads all the
states, having 514,loS. New York and
Pennsylvania are second and third,
while Iowa ranks seventh, with llii.
53S. Ohio, California and .Michigan
outrank Iowa.
Another land auctjin sale adver
tised in this issue of the Review is
that of C. H. Graw, who will sell his
24o acre farm located in Guthrie
county. Iowa. 011 Thursday. Septem
ber titli. Here is an opportunity to
purchase a really excellent farm at
your own price. Tate and AlcLaugli
lin. of .Manning, will cry the sale. For
full particulars ot this sale read the
announcement 011 page of the first
section.
Weed and Wilson are using space
in this issue of the Review to adver
tise a farm of ltio acres located in
Willow township, which will be sold
at auction.on next ednesday at 2:30
o'clock in the afternoon. This farm
is well improved, all fenced and cross
fenced, and should be seen to be ap
preciated." It is located 3'j miles
south of Charter Oak. Alalone Bros,
will cry this sale and P. F. Fieue
will be the clerk.
The G. AL McAhrcn home, located
on the corner of Washington avenue
and Walnut .street, was sold at public
auction Saturday afternoon to Air. Pat
rick Hassett for $3,335. which was the
highest bid. Air. McAhrcn disposed
of his household goods at auction and
will make his home in Sioux City with
his,.son, W. II. AIcAhren. .Mr. AIc
Ahren is one of tiie pioneer residents
of Denison and his old friends are in
deed .sorry to have him leave.
The annual Aiethodist Sunday
school picnic is being held today at
Coon Grove, just south of Denison.
The picnic is not confined alone to
the members of the Sunday school,
but many of the members of the con
gregation are enjoying the festivities.
Autos were commandered this morn
ing to take the crbwd to the grove.
Picnic lunch was served at the noon
hour and the afternoon is being de
voted to games and sports for the lit
tle folks. Rev. Cable. of Counci1
Bluffs, will speak this afternoon, af
ter which ice cream and cake will be
served. From reports reaching this
ollice everyone is enjoying the affair
to the utmost.
050 ACRES OF CUT OVER LAND.
l1^ miles frpm town. 011 tine lake, one
of the best sheep and cattle pastures
in the country this land is all ready
to pnt sheep 011 by just fencing it and
would be capable of carrying 2,000
head of sheep: our net price. $22.50
per acre. A. Wise Land Co.. Birch
wood Wis. 35-11*
PAGE FIV1
WANTED
LOST-
FOUND- gi
HiiilSl
FARM LANDS FOR SALE
IOWA
FOR SALE
ONE OF THIS BEST 200 ACRE
farms in Green county. Good' im
provements. all tiled and in iv high
state of cultivation. Lay.- fine, no
rock, gravel, or gullies, flowing well
near house. Price ?l!5 per acre.
ALSO 200 ACRE STOCK FARM,
11)0 acres l'im! laying in cultiva
tion, balance timber with about 40
acres cut off and in pasture. Improve
ments poor, but soil the very best. A
chance to make some money at the
price. $i:i5.
A NUMBER OF OTHER FARMS
in the best corn belt of Iowa. Tf you
want to make a change or are tired
of renting, call on or address, J. E.
.Miller. Box 11)2, Coon Rapids Iowa.
33-lf.
FOR SALE
I AM OF FT RING FOR SALE S1SV
en Crawford county farms that I own
my self, on easy terms at a very low
rale of interest. Come and see me
and tell me why you want to rent a
farm when you can buy one from me
011 easy terms where the interest you
pay is several dollars per acre less
than the rest you will have to pay
for the same kind of land. It is to
your interest to call and see me 1
can save you money and put you in
a home of your own. .T. P. Jones,
Room 1. First National Bank Build
ing, Denison. Iowa. 35-2t
KANSAS
FARAl AM) RANCH LANDS FOR
sale and trade all over Kansas. Write
and tell us what you want. Sales and
Trades Agency. Sterling. Kans. 35-l*i
SOUTH DAKOTA.
400 ACRE RANCH. FENCED,
spring and wells, good buildings, plen
ty of range (in acres in crop $27.50
per acre $2,000 down, remainder long
time. Erastus Cornell, Higfimore. S.
D. 35-lt*
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE.
FOR SALE: TEN (10) REGISTERED
Hereford bulls. Alahonev Brothers,
Kenwood. Crawford county, la. 20-tf
FOR SALE 12 THOROIJGBRED
short-horn bulls, of serviceable age.
For quick sale as I wish to close out,
anil make room for future stock. P.
W. Weberg, phone 151, Denison. 3t)tf
FOR SALIS—Duroc Jersey boar3, sir
ed by my yuo |b. Grant Defender
Phone 30 J. B. W. Hunt, Denison,
Iowa. 47-tf.
COMPANY B.
ENTRAINS SOOTH
(Continued from page 1)
on (he reservation. The Review will
not be surprised to learn that "hops"
sponsored by women's clubs, street
dansants, "take a soldier home to
dinner campaign" and recreation and
amusement features will be provided
for the men of Company B.
Crowd Out Vice.
According to' newspaper reports,
clean, wholesome, constructive di
versions are going to crowd out tjin
vicious forms of amusement that have
unmanned many an army.
Plans are under way, according to
these statements, to entertain rela
tives and friends of the guardsmen.
1'his work will be in charge of the
Young Womens' Christian association.
Representatives will be at the station
to meet trains and make the visitors
welcome and make arrangements for
their accommodation while there.
Tons of writing material will be
given away by the Young .Men's Chris
tian association in its halls.
A11 army theater with 9 seating ca
pacity of 1.2oo Is-now under construc
tion at Denijng, where good whole
some productions wifl be billed.
There fs more Catarrh In this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and for y°ars it was sup
posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, anil by constantly failing
tt cure w(th loon I treatment, pronouneefi
it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
greatly Influenced'by constitutional con-'
ditions and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Aledt
cine. manufactured by IS. J. Cheney
Co., Toledo. Ohio, is a consfltutidnail
remedy, is taken internally anil act*
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re
ward is offered for any case that Hall'#
Catarrh Medi -lno fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggist*!. 75c.
trail's Family t'iUs- for constl{iat|on.
If You Have Never
Used Our,
Tooth
Try it.
A Delightful Denti
frice
One of the Many Things Sold
Exclusively at
Schlurnkerger's
Pharmacy

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