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P$t' fV- HI fy SV jfi,-1 I'" iNl fe, BOYER ITEMS H'f 'H'H Mlfs. Retinan, of Buck Grove, is visiting at the parental, John Krayen hagen, home. Miss Hattie Mundt, of Manilla, is visiting'her sister, Mrs. Henry Thorn sen. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Raine ann small son returned from a visit at Marshall, Minn. They visited at the home of Charles Raine. They report crops in the same condition as here. Mr. and Mrs. Raine made the trip in their npw Chevrolet. Mrs. Peter Mesenbrink and little daughter, from Denison, are visiting at the Fred Quade home. Joe Dozark was in Omaha Tuesday intending to purchase cattle, but he found plenty of cattle and no market. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Peterson spent Wednesday in Omaha. They attend ed the anflual celebration of the wholesalers and manufacturers asso ciation. Mrs. V. M. Nelson and daughter, Fairy, and Miss Emma Weise left for Holstein Tuesday. Miss Weise has been employed at the Gus Noyd home. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Cornish and daughter, Esther,, are visiting rela tives and old friends. Albert Hanson autoed to Odebolt Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Peterson and fam ily autoed to the Fred Carlson home Sunday. Hugo and Albert Hanson went to Odebolt Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Kovar and babe and George Hamed autoed to Odebolt Saturday evening. Mrs. V. G. Baker, of Kansas City, is visiting at the homes of C. J. Dobbert and Henry Boston. Arvld Peterson and family arrived from Chicago for a visit at the parent al, Sol Peterson, home. Jim and Ernest Clark and families, of Dow City, visited at Grandpa Wulf's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Spence and son, Maurice, spent a few, days a% Logan taking in thc meetings of the L. D. S. David W. Anderson autoed to Kiron Saturday evening. Charlie Peterson and family spent Thursday afternoon at the Fred Carl son home near Kiron. John, Grace and Charles Fleming Bpent^Friday evening at the Levi Erlckson liome. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Newcom went to Omaha Thursday morning, returning in a new Grant six. Levy Anderson autoed to Odebolt Friday and Saturday evenings. Sam Macaluso leaves the 2!)th for Camp Dodge. Margaret Fleming arrived home from Cedar Fajls Saturday. Geo. Newcom sold a Grant six to Elmer Mauz of Schleswig. Charlie Peterson and family autoed to Kiron Saturday afternoon. Charlie Peterson, Elmer Kullberg and Elmer Moore autoed to Odebolt Friday evening. Mrs. Pipgrass, of Ft. Dodge, is visit ing at the parental John Koch, home. A birthday parly was held at the Fred Quade home Friday.,evening, .the occasion being Fred's birthday. A good time was had by all' present. Mrs. Johnson, mother of Mrs. Paul Anderson and Mrs. Swan Carlson, vis ited in Nebraska the past week. Elsie Louise and Amanda Nissen spent Saturday evening in Denison. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wulf and Neville attended the show in Denison Satur day evening. John Koch celebrated his birthday Sunday by having old friends and rel atives come and spend the day with him. H" Anna Nissen went to Denison be tween trains Thursday., Cart Jarl took a turtt for the worse Thursday, sp it was necessary to take him to the hospital in Denison. He is getting along quite nicely now. Boyer school commences on Septem ber 3d. with Miss Hester Linglg as teacher. Elwood Anderson and family autoed to the Linden home Saturday after noon. C. E. Peterson and family spent Tuesday afternoon at the Kullberg home at Odebolt. Mrs. Claus Frahm and family autoed to Ida Grove Sunday to take in the big celebration of the Gorman Luth erans which is being held there. Henry Thomsen and family autoed to Denison Saturday evening. Frank Corn and family, Frank Do zark and family and Charlie Koenck and family autoed to I)enison Satur day to take in the rural, school gradu ation exercises. Naomi Corn, Gladys Dozark and Emil Koenck were among the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Raine and family autoed to the Lake Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Clay and son arrived from Louisiana to join her husband, who is working on the 1. C. railroad at Herring. Otto Mortinson and Geo. Swartz and Arthur Krantz autoed to Denison Saturday evening to take In the show. Anna Peterson accompanied the Taylor family to Denison Saturday morning to take in the rural school graduating exercises. Miss Elvera finished the eighth grade this ycar. Mrs. Hunt, who works at the Fred Erlckson home, is very sick with gall stones. A baseball game was played here Sunday between Boyer and Jackson. The game resulted in a score of 16 to 7 in favor of Jackson. John Pithan and family autoed to Schleswig Saturday. Mrs. Benson and Mrs. Christine Kullberg visited at the C. E. Peterson home Sunday and Monday. WEST SIDE ITEMS r, aiod Mrs. George Buck and Mr. fx- and Mrs. Claus Anthony and daughter. Annie, are visiting relatives in Egan, S. D. Win. Dettbarn sold a car load of cattle to Otto Wilkens Wednesday. JanieB Pendergast, of Omaha, visit ed friends in West Side Wednesday. Misses Verna, Hattie Tom Brotherson and family, of Lake Andes, S. D., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Adele Brotherson. Mrs. O. L. Euglund and daughter, homo in Gowrie after a fcw days' visit Thelma. returned Friday to their here. Clias. Smith went home with them lor a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Sleinhauer were vis iting in Omaha Thursday. Mrs. Aug Voss and daughter, Ver na. werc shopping in Carroll Friday. Miss Ella McCaffery, of Vail, trans acted business here Wednesday. Miss Pearl Nickelsen spent the week end at the Henry Wilfang home in Arcadia. Mrs. Eggert Sievers visited friends at Carroll Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mohr and Mr. Mohr, of Clinton, are visiting at the John Mohr home. Wm. Cozad was a Carroll passen ger Friday. Mrs. Claus Jocns and daughter, of Denison, are visiting friends south of town. County Supervisors Charles Bohn aack, of Manilla, and John Holland, of Vail, were in West Side on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Rickers and sou, Roy, returned Saturday from a Visit with friends in Minnesota. Miss Ethel Campbell is spending the week at the Kusel and Pautsch homes in Denison. Mr. Cisne was a Carroll caller Fri day. Misses Leona and Grace Firth and Theresa Nickelsen drove to Hxira Friday for a few hours visit at the Elmer Barry home. Henrietta and Alva Stiner were Denison visitors Friday. The following left for a visit with former West Side folks in Minnesota, making the trip in four cars: Fred Lehnbcrg and family, John lvorensen and two sisters, Alvina Lamp. Fike Anton and family, Hans Klopp and Dctlef Passick and family. F. L. Hoffman, of Denison, visited West Side friends Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Peters, of Ly ons, visited at the J. II. C. Peters homo Friday. Henry Hansman brought in the first load of'potatoes and received 90 cents per bushel. Kruse's orchestra played for a dance at Herring Saturday night and at the five mile house Sunday night. Gus Detlefs spent Sunday with his parents in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kemp and Mr. and Mrs. .Tas. Nickelsen autoed to Denison Sunday. Mrs. C. L. Patterson was a Carroll shopper Monday. Lafc and Vertus Evers spent Sun day in Council Bluffs. Henry .Tesscn came back Sunday from a trip to Spirit Lake and Lakc Okobcrji. Henry Sievers, Henry Schossler'and Wm. Prutcr have each purchased a new silo. Mrs. Fred Bock was a Carroll caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Glasscock and Miss Clara livers returned on Sunday from a week's visit in West Union. Hannes Stoffcrs bought 160 head of cattle in the country Monday. Mr. and MrB. A. F. Frudden, of Du buque. called at the J. H. C. Peters and James Nickelsen homes Monday. Miss Grace Martens is visiting with friends in Council Bluffs. On Sunday Frank Wieland and fam ily, of Galva, A. J. Kelley and family and Mjs. Anna Sievers motored to Car roll to visit at the John Sievers home. Wiien 'coming home Mr. Wieland's car and another car coming from a cross road collided. Both cars were badly damaked and Mrs. Wieland and Mrs. Sievers wero also injured some what. GOODRICH ITEMS •j* The road going south from the Roy Abbott place is shut on account of new county bridge being built. The stores of Boyer are going to close at 6:30 every Thursday evening. Please take notice. Hans Wulf and family drove up to the Charlie Schultz home near Ode bolt. John and Gene Fink were Deloit shopper:! Monday. The hoys say they are as busy as bees. Mrs. Ilolcoinh and children have been visiting tho past week at. the Carl, Arthur and Albert Winey homes. Morris Wilkinson' was a pleasant caller in Deloit Wednesday. Miss Eunice Uobson will teach at Goodrich No. 1 this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Myers Hansen and Miss Hansen wero Deloit shoppers on Saturday. Miss Lovicic Morris was a Denison visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Husky's baby drew the second prize at the old set tlers' picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Husky are to be congratulated. Sam Anderson and family, Mrs. Holcomb and children and Mrs. Geo. Myers, of Denison, autoed to Manilla Friday to visit, relatives. Mrs. John Cose and daughter were in Denison Saturday, tho latter being among the graduates. Anderson Brothers threshed out of the shock for Jay Fisher Monday on the 13. McNcal farm. Henian Newcom arid family were pleasant Deloit visitors Monday. They have a tine new Dodge car. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Brown visited at Carroll Friday, going in their auto. It is believed the farmers will patriotically increase their' crops next summer if the government will guar antee profits and reimburse them from all losses. Some people may be able for a time to combine the principles of an auto cratic country and the wages of a democratic country,, but the combi nation is not likely to last indefinitely. When the young sports begin to talk about their need for a new car bureter, the old timers wonder if they would play on it if they had it. •j. $ anl' Grace Voss spent Saturday visiting friends in Dow City. Herman Dreessen was a passenger to Council Bluffs Wednesday. MANILLA ITEMS Mrs. Wm. Krantz is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Richard Water man, at Jefferson this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Caldwell were Omaha visitors last Tuesday. Mrs. John Hutchinson was hostess to the Guild of the Presbyterian church last Friday afternoon. Mrs. B. O. Wilkinson assisted. Miss Vera Pollard, who has been visiting at the Edw. Theobald home, returned to her home in. Boone the latter part of the week. The Misses Cora and Nora Collins, of Omaha, visited at the home of Mr. ainl'Mrs. Patrick Ryan last week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Greif, of Kansas City, visited at the home of the for mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Greif, thc past week. Maurice and Robert Flint and Rob ert Jack'son loft Tuesday morning for Des Moines to attend the state fair. The Misses Elizabeth Ayers, Mary and Margaret McManis left for their homes in Taylor Ridge, 111., last week after a visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Perion and son, Teddy, are visiting with relatives in Valley Junction this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCracken came home Friday evening from Des Moines, where they had been attend ing the fair. Mr. and Mrs, L. W. Buflington and Mrs. R. Rasmussen attended the Shel by county fair at Harlan last Thurs day. 10. W. Barber, it. C. Jackson and T. 10. Dyson were Omaha business vis itors last Thursday. R. J. McMahon was an Omaha visit or last Monday. Ray Breckenridge, II. C. Mason and 11. C. Stcckclborg were in Harlan the past week attending the fair, Mayor Saunders was a Des Moines visitor last Tuesday. Mrs. Fina Nelson and children were Omaha visitors last Wednesday. J. L. Breckenridgo, G. D. Brokaw, Wm. McCracken and .las. McCracken attended the fair in Harlan Thursday. Miss Edna Patterson, of Harlan, came the first of the week to assist in the Mrs. R. Rasmussen millinery store. Mr. and Mrs. John Schram and daughter, Mable, visited with relatives at Kenwood Sunday. Mrs. John Thrush and son returned to their home in Peoria, 111., the past week after a visit with relatives at this place. Mrs. Jessie Johnson and daughters, Nina and Myrtie, came home Wednes day evening after a visit with rela tives in Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. James Jordan and daughters, Mable and Lucia, caino home Thurs day evening from Perry, where they had been visiting relatives. Mrs. A. R. Miller entertained the Philathcan s.ociety of the Methodist church at her home last Tuesday. Mrs. C. H. Gchringer, of Papillion, Neb., is -visiting this week at thc F. C. Bock home. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saunters and babe, accompanied by Miss Laura Millliollon, of Anita, left las&yTues tkty-for Williamsburg, where-they will visit with relatives. They went over land in automobiles. Mrs. Geo. Hutchinson is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fran cis Kehr. Miss Iva Woodard entertained sev eral of her girl friends at her home last Friday, the occasion being in hon or of her tenth birthday. Henry llamann and Miss Petersen attended the fair at Harlan Thursday. Mrs. A. A. Barber arrived homo 'on Monday from a visit with relatives at Dallas Center. Loren Olson visited several days the past week in Boone with friends. F. W. Loueks, enrouto from Des Moines to Omaha, stopped off last Friday to visit at the'F. A. Brown home. Mr. Loueks plans to enter the employ of thc McKeen Motor com pany in Omaha. Austin Saunders, of Cedar Falls, ar rived last Wednesday for a visit with relatives and friends. 11. S. Barrow attcuded the state fair in Dos Moines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. U. VanSlyke, of Duiilap, arc visiting at tho home of F. L. VanSlyke and family. Mrs. A. J. Barrow had her tonsils removed last Saturday. Mrs. Jas. Stewart is very ill at her home. Her many friends sympathize with her and hope for an early recov ery. Mrs. Harold Calvin and Mrs. Frank Baker left Wednesday for Spirit, Lakc, where they will visit thoir parents. Miss Boulah Theobald went to Oma ha Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Peterson. F. L. VanSlyke and J. B. Schmidt were in Harlan last Friday transact ing business relative to the sale, of the latter's drug stock to a Mr. Thomp son, of Kinlballton. Mr. Thompson took possession Friday evening. A. L. Hutchison, who had been employed by Mr. Schmidt, has been retained as manager and will be assisted tempor arily by a Mr. Jensen. Tho firm will be known hereafter as the Manilla Drug company. Miss Hanna Cliristcnsen, who has been attending summer school in At lantic, came home last Saturday. Mrs. Slater, from near Vail, is visit ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Barrow. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Swenning and son are visiting with relatives in Farmington, N. M. The Misses Lucy and Helen Bell returned to their home in Oclwein last Thursday after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bell. Miss Vera Mason arrived home last Wednesday after a visit with relatives and friends in Kansas City, Mo. Miss Isabella Morgan is visiting in Orient, S. D., with her sister. Lieutenant Draper left for Fort Ri ley, Kans., Sunday noon, where he will take the professional training to fit him for service in the army. Dr. Draper, as he is best known to the people of this locality, has been a practicing physician here for many years and until recently was a co partner with J. F. Carnahan in the Rexall drug store. Preparatory to his joining the army he sold his interest in the durg store to Mr. Cnrnahan. THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1917r- Mrs. Draper will still make her home hero. A large number of friends were at the train wish Hie lieutenant boil voyage and a safe return. Mrs. Draper accompanied him as far as Omaha, returning the same evening. Miss Ethylyn I'otter, of Whiting, visited the~pasl week at tho home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Potter. Mrs. Thomas Hayes and daughter, Miss Katie, were Omaha visitors on Tuesday, where they went to consult a specialist, regarding the latter's health. P. N. Bliven \v:is a visitor in Deni son last Thursday. A. A. Barber and daughter, Miss Mable,.and .Miss Myrtle, were in Den ison Saturday in order that the latter might attend a tho. teachers? meeting held there. Miss Lola .McCoy, of Harlan, is a guest of herifrieiuis, Mr. and Mrs. C. Potter and family. Miss Jessie Pe ise chaperoned her Sunday school class of thc Presbyte rian church, which consists of twelve girls, to Buck Gi'ovc last Tuesday, where they enjoyed a picnic. In the evening they went to Vail to attend a Sunday school convention. Dr. C. L. Wilhite returned from Kansas City Saturday noon, where he had visited for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Hemic Olson and babe of ,Coon Rapids, arrival Saturday to vtsit over Sunday at tlie Aug Weber home. A. 13. Calvin returned from a visit in Boone Saturday noon. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mason and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reinholdt attended the Shelby county fair in Harlan Thurs day evening. Henry Jochimsen and family autoed to Omaha Sundiiy. Mrs. James Ivey and daughter, Mrs. Edw. Saunders, are visiting with rel atives in Middlrlmrg, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. M. Currier and daugh ter, from Defiance, were Manilla visit ors and shoppers Saturday. J. L. Breckenridge and M. 11. Berk emier were business visitors in Deni son Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Grimes, Mr. and Mrs. George Fenner were Shelby coun ty fair visitors in Harlan Thursday. Mrs. Harry Fish visited with rela tives in Arion last Saturday. Mrs. C. Joens and family visited rel atives in Aspinwail Sunday. Miss Pearl Woodard, of Cedar Rap ids, is visiting at the home of her brother, Leon Woodard. J. B. Schmidt visited over Sunday at the home of relatives in Lytton. The Manilla public schools open on next Monday, September ud. Thc teachers for the ensuing year are: First grade, Miss Abbie Cook second, Miss ISdna Stewart third, Miss Adah Van Slyke fourth, Miss Clara Mor gan fifth. Miss Jessie Pease sixth, Miss Caroline McCracken seventh, Mrs. Anna Smcihurst eighth, Mrs/ Haucnstein.. High school superintend ent, H. W. Harlman principal, Miss Pearl Anderson, and Miss Marie Joel, Blanche Fuller, Miss Sylvester and Mr. Smith being the teachers in thc high school. Mr. and Mrs'(\ M. Krogli and chil dren and Miss l.orainc Bierbower, a sister of Mrs. ICrogii, left Tuesday tor Camby, Minn., by auto for a visit with relatives and Mends. Mrs. R. C. tStokes, who has been visiting with relatives in Minnesota, oame home Sunday evening. Miss Dexter 'rague, who has been visiting her aunt in 'Lincoln, Neb., came home Sunday evening. Monday morning at o'clock occur red the death of F. M. Offineer. Mr. OlHtoeer is an old settler in this local ity mnd has ltecn proprietor of the Park hotel -for-, many years and con tinued in active management up until the time of his death. His health has been failing for some time and death came only after a long hard fight. A wife and several sons and daughters are left tu mourn a husband and falh- It's wonderful why the brokers who are selling all these airplane stocks that are sure to make people get rich right off, don't buy them and get rich themselves. The Lauderdale county, Mississip pi, grand jury lias returned an indict ment against Kaiser William for var ious crimes, but in spite of tho liber al lee of $1.50 a day, none of tho dep uty sheriffs has as yet served tho writ on him. "Gets-It," 2 Drops, Corns Peel Off! For 25 Cents Peel Off 25 Corn* "Gots-lt," 1 greatest corn dis covery hi' any apo, makes joy-walk ers out of rorn-limper.s. It makes you fee I liki: the Statue of Liberty, buy a "liberty" bottle ol" "Gels-It" '•It VIII Come oir In One Complete rinfi't iioW.-i.- 'jtt OHM! from all roru misery. It will peel olT painlessly, in one complete piece, any corn, olil or youiiK. liuril or soft, or between the toes, any callus, or any corn that "has resisted every, tiling else you have ever used. Off it comes like magic. Guaranteed. All vou need Is 2 or drops of •'Gets-It," that's all. "Gets-Jt" is the only sale way in the world to treat a corn or callus. It's the sure way—the way that never fails. It is tried and true—used by millions. Never irritates the llesli or makes the too sore. It always works peels, corns-ol'f-iikt'-a-banana-skin. 25e a bottle is all you need oay for "Gets-Jt" at any druf? store, or sent on receipt of price by 13. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Denison and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by I!. Knuul, Gimii UruiJ Co, RED GASOLINE Offers Yon the Same Gasoline inii Sfe3?7: CROWN Breaks Two World's Records At the Auto Derby in Chicago, Ralph Mulford won the 100-mile and the 200-rnile prizes—breaking two world's records—in fact he led in the 250-mile race up to within 15 miles of the finish. A piece of bad luck in the nature of a blow-out forced him to stop at the pits for a new tire—even then he finished only 45 seconds late in a race that lasted two hours and twenty-five minutes. According to the Chicago Tribune at the end of 150, and 200 miles, Mulford's time showed he had traveled those distances faster than ever man and motor went before. Mulford made 150 miles in 1:26:49.4, and 200 miles 1:55:11:15. His time in 250 miles was 102»5 miles per hour. If your engine is capable of deVeloping that speed, you can make 102.5 miles an hour, if you want to, for The Standard The gasoline Mulford used was not a special gas— it was Red Crown the same gasoline you buy at any Red Crown filling station or garage. Every gallon you buy contains this same perfect range and adjustment of boiling point fractions as that which Mulford bought. The chain of boiling point fractions commences at about 95 degrees Fahrenheit and continues without a gap beyond '400 degrees Fahrenheit, each fraction vaporizing at a different temperature. Red Crown Gasoline gives most power, most speed and most mileage per gallon. The Next Advertisement Will Be on the Subject of "High Grade Gasoline." Fill .Your Tank at: FILLING STATION: Northwest Corner Main and Walnut Streets, or Two Blocks North of the Lincoln Highway on Main Street Madej recommended and guaranteed by STANDARD OIL COMPANY Denison Iowa G. G. 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