Mlfs. Retinan, of Buck Grove, is
visiting at the parental, John Krayen
Miss Hattie Mundt, of Manilla, is
visiting'her sister, Mrs. Henry Thorn
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
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
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
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Peterson and fam
ily autoed to the Fred Carlson home
Hugo and Albert Hanson went to
Odebolt Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kovar and babe
and George Hamed autoed to Odebolt
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
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
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
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
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
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
John Koch celebrated his birthday
Sunday by having old friends and rel
atives come and spend the day with
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
Elwood Anderson and family autoed
to the Linden home Saturday after
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
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
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
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
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.
and Mrs. Claus Anthony and daughter.
Annie, are visiting relatives in Egan,
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
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
Mrs. Claus Jocns and daughter, of
Denison, are visiting friends south of
County Supervisors Charles Bohn
aack, of Manilla, and John Holland, of
Vail, were in West Side on business
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
Mr. Cisne was a Carroll caller Fri
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
Henry Hansman brought in the first
load of'potatoes and received 90 cents
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
Mrs. C. L. Patterson was a Carroll
Lafc and Vertus Evers spent Sun
day in Council Bluffs.
Henry .Tesscn came back Sunday
from a trip to Spirit Lake and Lakc
Henry Sievers, Henry Schossler'and
Wm. Prutcr have each purchased a
Mrs. Fred Bock was a Carroll caller
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
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
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
Miss Lovicic Morris was a Denison
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
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.
Voss spent Saturday visiting friends
in Dow City.
Herman Dreessen was a passenger
to Council Bluffs Wednesday.
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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
Mrs. Thomas Hayes and daughter,
Miss Katie, were Omaha visitors on
Tuesday, where they went to consult
a specialist, regarding the latter's
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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or between the toes, any callus, or
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it comes like magic. Guaranteed.
All vou need Is 2 or drops of
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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
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Sold in Denison and recommended
as the world's best corn remedy by
Offers Yon the
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
If your engine is capable of deVeloping that speed,
you can make 102.5 miles an hour, if you want to, for
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:
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
G. G. Bonslough, Agent
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