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'!. B£ & :1 :. :u: itb Wi^. i'.tl ny. t:f* DUNLAP ITEMS Wm «t Miss Tj. 'Xr- Mrs. Wm. Jones and two daughters, Evaline and Esther Krown, returned on Sunday from a several days' visit with her two brother, E. C. and Melvin Jen nings, in Omaha. Mrs. Tom Craft entertained the C. C. C. of the church at her home Tuesday afternoon. Not many were out owing to sickness. A farewell party was held at the Roy Nurse home last week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nurse who are leaving the farm. Carl Olson, who lost his foot as the result of an accident on the railroad some months ago. arrived hofhe last Sunday from the hospital in Carroll. He hopes to soon get out some. John Roush returned from his visit in Illinois last week. A number of the members of the Tier ney families attended the funeral of Tom Tierney in Missouri Valley last week. Miss McICinney spent the week end in Omaha. Mr. and Airs. Jay Widnoy are visiting in Omaha. Mr. Houston, living northwest of town, is in very poor health at this time. He has been a sufferer for many months. Mrs. Robert Wetengel entertained for her company one day last week. She has two young ladies visiting her from Minnesota. Leo Wettengel has been assisting in the Boys store the past week during the sickness among the force. Mrs. Oeo. Cullivan and son remained in Missouri Valley the entire week ow ing to the illness of her son. The funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davie, who died of pleuro pneumonia at the home Tuesday, was held from the home Thursday with Mr. Burleigh in charge. Mrs. J. J. Moorhead spent the past week at the home of her son, Clint, who has- been ill with the flu. Mrs. J. T. Rawlings has been quite ill the past week. A. Burling, who has been spending the past couple of weeks with his moth- 416799 DIED in New York City alone from kid ney trouble last year.' Don't allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against this trouble by taking GOLD MEDAL Tlx world'* standard remedy for Iddney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles. Holland's national remedy since 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed, lanlr far th« Mm* Gold Medal oa every box mnd accapt no iaitatwa of —If mm +&<$ $ Mrs. Ora Johnson has been here from Walnut and spent a week at the home of her parents. The Domestic Science club held a cooked food sale at the city hall Satur day afternoon, but owing to so much sickness these affairs are all handicap pod considerably. Dixon is here from Chicago spending a month at the home of her parents. Mrs. Leo Mungan and Hiss Zitii Tay lor were shopping in Denison one day the past week. Zibe Nurso met with an accident in a fall from a horse he was riding one day the past. No bones were broken but he was pretty badly shaken up. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis entertain ed the S. S. club at their home one eve ning the past, week and the people en joyed the usual good time. A number of guests were out to take the place of the sick members. Misp Pearl Powley was in Omaha last week visiting her brother, who is in a hospital. er, spent Thursday in Missouri Valley at his home. C. H. Vandyke has been ill the past couple 6f weeks with the flu and unable to attend to his duties at the bank. Thos. I.ehan, who has been sick for some time, is again at the store a part of the time. M»£. Holiday, of Arion, was. in town on business one day last week. I Miss Dorris Tinker, who has been supplying in the first grade for Mis? Pfleiger, is among the latest victims of the flu. Mesdames Marie Hecht and Nettie Larson left last week to take up the study of nursing in one of the hospital) in Ohicago. Mrs. Mooniead and daughter, Helen, left last week for Omaha to nurse Oeo. Dalton through a siege of the flu. The wedding of Misq Zita Taylor and Anthony Dougall occurred last Thurs day at the Congregational parsonage. These young people are both well and favorably known here and have the good Wishes of all who know them. L. E. Wright was a Denison caller one day the past week. Mrs. A. W. Jensen, of the Hotel Jen sen. has been quite ill the past, week. Wm. Bolte met with a serious acci dent last week when the tank on hi: car exploded while he was working on it. He was badly burned and was tal en to a hospital in the Bluffs and his eyesight seems safe at present. Mrs. Minnie Puckett is sick at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jaeobsen. Mrs. Chevalier is quite sick at her home here in town. Miss Ella Taylor, who is working in Omaha, spent Sunday with the home folks here. Nelle^Ryan Goodwin came home from Omaha and is sick at the, home of her mother. Mrs. Thos. Higgins. The death of Mrs. Neville occurred, •this weak and interment was made in Pleasant Hill cemetery. Death result ed from the flu. Mrs. Ratcliffe has been in Arion the past week caring for relatives who wen sick. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dougal returned the latter part of the week from their wed ding trip. Ed Burling was on the Chicago mar lcet with stock the first of the week. A daughter was born at the Milt Rogers home last week. In view or the incorruptible honesty and scrupulous conscientiousness of ail income t.-tx payers they are earnestly cautioned now to estimate their losses too lightly or to exaggerate their profits too generously. "A. NUMBER. ONE'S "THE KLHD OF PLUMBING THAT YOU WILL GET if ^RE^toURE.COWlHCt r, CIRST rdie, high grade, A No. I plumbing is the only] kind of plumbing we do and there's juat one big chance we've got of proving this to you. Ask us to attend to some plumb ing job in your own home, and after we get through you'll say our work is right and our price MEATS HIGHEST QUALITY Never were'we"better"prepared"thanrright now to supply your wants. We have been*rcmodeling,"and adding new machinerylto ourTalready large equipment, and we'll soon be ready to make youl'anjannouncement worth while. IF YOU WAN1PEAI9HEATPNE T0 The EconomylMeat Market 1 seems to you. fair Howard Gray Plumbing and Heating Ferguson Building HWi'P !—MWBf lllliH WILBUR1ROBERTS, Proprietor 4 'v..:'-Hops. Hop»\are grown- in a number of states. In the central and northern part of the'State of New York mapy fanners make' a specialty of their growth. The yield is from 700 to 800 pounds the acre in that state, but on the Pacific. coast, where most, of the hops consumed here are grown, the yield is between 1,000 and 2,000 pounds per acre. Oregon produces more 'hops than any other state in the Union. By for the greater part of the hops raised have been consumed In the breweries of the country, but they are also used in pharmaceutical prep arations. The present one-hnlf of 1 per cent beer contains hops, but not In such large quantities as in beers of the larger alcoholic content. And then, it is not likely that the kind of beer permitted tinder the prohibitory law will appeal largely to the drinkers of old-time,beer. It seems certain that the demand for hops will fall off greatly. Coal Gas as Automobile Fuel. In the course of the world war many motor'vehicles were operated In Eng land with coal gas because of the scarcity of gasoline. The gas was con tained In collapsible bags made of rub berized balloon fabric. 4t- present, however, compressed gas in steel cylin ders is being tried. It is stated that the gas is forced in to pressures as high its 2,250 pounds per square inch. The cost of compression Is stated to vary between 40 and 75 cents per 1,000 cubic feet of free gas, and the cost as fuel in the engine is equivalent to a cost of 12 cents per gallon on the liquid fuel replaced.—Scientific American. i-m* Why are WRIGLEY5 flavors like .the pyramids of Egypt? Because they are long-lasting. And WRIGLEY'S is a beneficial as well as long-lasting treat. It helps appetite and digestion, keeps teeth clean and breath sweet allays thirst CHEW IT AFTER EVERY MEM Sealed Tigbf Kept Right *9* AIO IIIIBIIIBIII We will soon]be located in our new building where we can serve you the best. The Early Bird Gets the Worm Seeds of all kinds arescrace and high, but they will go still higher and more scarce. Call on us for ail kinds of seeds, buy early. We Buy Grain and Hogs We sell all kinds of feed for Cattle, Hogs, Sheep •and Chickens. Condensed powderized Buttermilk for Hogs and Chickens. Powderized Dip for winter use. Call on us and look over the Paulsen & Iwen Stock Waterers and Feeders. There are none better. Denison Seed Company IHiMHMIUiailllBIIIIBIIlll MISS JULIA DAVIS',.,," Wtstfrn Newtpaw Union Miss Julia Datfs, the pretty and tal ented daughter of the American am bassador to Groat Britain, is a pop ular member of London's younger so cial set. Tfw flavor' i^vLasfs TlfclBIIIMSiaiU imiiaiia iiBinwaiiiiBHiii •U Not' by tn's Hour. "Do you, understand the new tele phone rates?" "No. Can you explain them?" "I think so. Of course you know we are to have metered service." "Yes I saw that In the paper." "That means we will be charged for every call." "Each call will be a distinct charge, then?" "Yes." "I'm glad of that. I had nn idea when they put a meter on the line thej were going to charge us by the hour, and judging from the time It takes nie to get a number now it would bankrupt me.—Detroit Free Press. Queer Queries. "Have you the 'Meditations of Mark Anthony?'" asked a lady of the clerk in a book store. Which reminds us of a query put to an attendant of the library: "Where can I find Shakespeare's 'Taming of the Crew?'" The questioner was a husky looking cltap and may have been the coach of a hunch of oarsmen.— Boston Transcript. Thisisthe^ Stove Polish^ YOU Should Use* IT'Staken' different from others because more care"' is in the making^ and the materials used are of^ higher grade. Black Silk Stove Polish Makes a brilliant, silky polish that does nut rub off or dast off, and the sliinelasts four times as lone as ordinary stove polish. Used on sample stoves and sold by hardware and grocery dealers. All we uskiaa trial. Use ft on your cook stove, your parlor stuve or your naa range. If you don't And it tha bast ttm aaMah you ever rizeator used* your dealer is authorized to refund your I -Dftney. Insist on Black Silk Stove Polish. 1 Made In liquid or paste-*ooe quality. Black Silk Stove Polish Works Sterlinc, Illinois Iin-ates,registers.M«tal U?o Stock Sltk Air-Drying Vrtn (r CmmmI on 8tove-pip*?a—Prevents routing. UBti Btecfc Silk Polish for silver, kel I It has no equal for use on outomobiiee,J 'idShine in Every Dro# MACHINERY—All machinery sold befo pipe 1 John Deere corn planter, new, with pu pumpkin seed attachment, nearly new CI retch Deere riding cultivators 2 other corn plows high lift ga'ng 1 Kingman gang 2 walking pi one 4 section harrow 1 harrow cart 2 discs nearly new 1 Superior grain drill, 11 ft., gras 2 hay racks 1 feed wagon buggy 1 Great We 20 feed bunks sheep troughs 10 hog trough corn 7 sets of harness 1 gas engine horse po block and tackle wood saw cement mixer A large number of socialists who fav or .abolishing profits are perfectly will ing- to aeeept a day's pay for half a day's work. £U!!H!l!iM!lM Hi m. iibihk eiiniiiimiininiiiiiiiiim I 44 Head of Spring Gilts, Mostly bred to my great«boar, Cols. Evans. Armentrout and Sorenson, Auctioneers. Fieldman: Jas. R. Moore, Chester White Journal. iirtiiim As I have.rented my farm, I will sell at public auction on my farml mile south of Yail, COMMENCING AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M., THE FOLLOWING: 250 HEAD OF STOCK 250 20 head of horses 20 Span brown geldings, weight 2850, 6 and 7 years old span mares', weight 2700,-6 and 7 vears old bay gelding, weight 1450, 7 years old bay mare 6 y(ears old, -weight 1700 bay mare 7 vears old, weight 1500 bay marc 6 years old, weight 1350 bay mare 10 years 6ld, weight *1500 bay mare 5 years old, weight 1600 2 colts coming 4 years, unbroken, mare and geldiqg 3 coming 3 yehrs old 1 coming 2 year old colt two old mares. 35 Head of Brood Sows Bred to a Good Duroc Boar 35 200 HEAD of CATTLE 200 -A Five milch cows, 1 fresh now, the rest fresh soon 15 head of stock cows 1 white face bull 180'head of feeding steers. These will be sold in lots of twenty some of these just right to go on feed now. They range in weight from 800 to 1300 pounds. One 10'20 Heider tractor, good as new one 3*4 ton Reo speed wagon, in good shape one Reo touring car, run 6,000 miles one Paige touring car and one Ford that still ryns. FREE LUNCH AT NOON USUAL TERMg FRANK L. NORTH MALONE BROS., Auctioneers W. A. MAGUIRE, Clerk Some people won't read the poliU'-. discussion.in-the newspapers a» it wouli involve the disagreeable necessity ol having to think. BIG TYPE BRED GILTS I FRIDAY, FEB. 20 One of the most oustandinff boars, sired by Prince, he bj$|f Wildwood Prince. Others are bred to King Chester, one of the greatest breeding boars ever owned Jay H., a grandson of Champion and Great Combination, a grandson of^Combination Defender., CHOICE OF TWO HUNDRED HEAD These are the choice of 200 head of Chester W'hites on my farm, and are the big-type kind with lots of growth, length and depth—the kind that make lOOO pounds at maturity. Come and get some of these to add to your herd for the best blood of the most popular kind, or start a new herd if you do hot have one, as Chester Whites won CHAMPION CARCASS OVER ALL BREEDS at the International, Chicago, \9\9 and 90 per cent of all prizes in dressed carcass class. No breed ever made such a record before in competition with all breeds. No breed has become so popular in so short a time. Now is the time to join the ranks* of breeders of Chester Whites. DON'T FORQET THE PLACE AND DATE Sale will be held in heated pavilion at fair grounds, Har lan, Iowa, at 1 p. m.' J. 1^ BARBER,JOwner IIIBBIUIHIIBIIIIBMIIII inniiiiiniiianiHiiiiuie* Hil!HIHIlM«BIIIIM1l[«ll»aililWUIWIiaiilHIIIMM) 4 I T* if A1 f- J* re dinner One Belle City silage cutter with mpkin seed attachment 1 P. & O. planter with en planter with 20 rods of wire 4 new John 1 John Deere Stag gang plow 1 John Deere ows 1 breaking plo\y one 3 section harrow 1 Deering grain binder 1 Deering corn binder, seed attachment Superior seeder 5 wagons stern manure spreader 3 steel water tanks 3 self feeders some baled straw crib of wer 1 fanning mill .1 hand corn sheller ith belt attachment, and other articles. SiiJ $ -J 1 •m •o ^'""4 1 -1 1 1 1 1 I 1 '0s- 1 'i'