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the home paper you ad vertise you live in a live town, because only live ones in a live town ad vertise. rOL. LV 1 WM si CUMMINS WINS i"* te' ihs 45 r- •$}. iv iW' IfJ '"B 'ill 1907 Predncts in the State Give Sen ator Cummins 20,000 Majority Over Brookhart MOORE LEADS GOVERNOR RACK Chances That State Convention Will f_j Decide the Govenionthlp Contest— Kendall a Close Second Latest reports as to 'the results of Monday's primaries indicate that Sen ator Cummins has defeated Col. Brook hart -by 20,000 majority, with 441 pre cincts out of the 2348 yet to hear from. Senator Cummins will live up to the predictions made Tuesday that he would be renominated with a margin of 20,000 votes to spare. In the sena torial primaries, with 1,907 precincts heard from last night, 184,986 votes were cast. The remaining precincts to be heard from will not bring the vote much over tlie '200,000 mark. Accord ing to those who- have followed the campaign" closely Brookhart has polled his peak load. In Crawford county Brookhart carried the county by 51 votes.- For governon Lieut. Gov. E. R. Moore, of Cedar, Rapids, still leads the Held, but'^he nomination will no doubt go to the state invention, as he has failed to get the 35 per cent required to nominate. According to the morn ing papers Moore has 53,216 votes with Natq Kendall a second with 47,577 Havner thir(J with 40,163 and Deems running fourth with 39,684. It is not believed that the 500 missing precincts will alter the status of the four candi dates, unless Deems finally puts Hav ner in fourth place. In Crawford coun ty Havner received 383 votes, Kendall 217, Moore 316 and Deems 272. The nomination of a candidate for auditor of state will probably go to the convention also Major Haynes, of Aus tin, leads, With McLelland second, Gosc third and Alber fourth in approximate ly 700 precincts reporting. For attor ney general Hadley and Evans are run ning such a race that predictions are apt to be upset. •For secretary of state Walter Ram sey is the republican nominee in the primaries, and for treasurer of state Edwin Hoyt is considered a winner. For lieutenant governor 715 precincts give Arney 9,834, Hammill 10,512, Wil son 13,430 and Moore 16,254'. For rail road commissioner Bradley getb 10, 028, Doak 7,174, Waud 7,651 and Wood ruff 12,626. The Result in Crawford In another part of the paper will -be found the tabulated returns on the re publican state ticket, together with th returns -for- the only contest- -on the democratic county ticket, the office 'or sheriff. For' .governor. Havner carries the county, with 353 Votes, Mbore 316, Ken dall 217 and Deems 272. For senator Brookhart carried the 1 a Vr «iV 'V I 'T jf-. A 8V Men's Shirts Men's Suits "M" Section Two ffPWPPlgyKSl county with 615 votes as against Cum mins with 554. On the county ticket there were no contests for any of the offices and the ticket as heretofore published will come before the voters at the fall elec Uon. There were candidates' names for three offices written^on the ballot at the Monday primaries as follows For the officc of recorder, Robert Ewall, of Denison for coroner, E. E Clauson, of Kiron, and fo/ supervisor for the 1922 term, H. W. Boeck, of East Boyer. The entire ticket as elected on Monday is as follows: For Representative W .E. FISHEL For Auditor J. B. LYON For Treasurer E. W. PIERCE For Clerk C. A. SYKES For Recorder .ROBERT EWALL For Sheriff A. C. GREENE For Attorney T. V. WALKER For Coroner E. E. CLAUSON For Supervisor, 1921 Term E. N. SANDSTROM JAMES McCRACICEN For Supervisor, 1922 Term F. R. SHIRTCLIFF H. W. BOECK Denison City Delegates Elected First ward: J. Conner, Carl F. Kuehnle, J. B. Lyon, T. V. Walker, C. L. Voss, .hicob Johnson, E. E. Lehman. James Armstrong E. F. Tucker, H. T. Bllesman. Second, ward: Alfred Wright, Russell Hayes, H. L. Fitch,..John Ainsworth. John F. 1-Iolst, Jr. Third ward: Hugo'Gebert, L. L. Bond Ed jKusel, Howard Gray, P. J. Klinker George McHcnry, W. E. Kahler, Jacob Sims, Clark White. For city committeemen: First ward James Mill second ward, J. A. Houli han third ward, P. J. Klinker. The Democratic Ticket There was only one contest on in th democratic ranks—that of sheriff—and Jas. O'Meara won over John Costellc by a majority of 44 votes. O'Meara re ceived 442 and Costello 398. Costcllo ran well in Vail where he received 42' votes as against 18 for O'Meara. Tht remainder of the ticket is made up of the old- officers with the exception of the office of treasurer. Louie Evers not being a candidate, Henry Natli was placed in nomination. There are some changes in the (members of the board of supervisors also. The board will meet next Tuesday, at which time they Will proceed with the canvass of the Monday voto. The .Denison Post of the American Legion gave their last dancing party of the season at the gymnasium on Mon day Evening, 3ogart's orchestra from Cedar Rapids -'furnished the music, which was of the highest order and the dance was enjoyed by. a. good crowd. Throughout' the winter the legion has given a series of dancing parties that have beon greatly enjoyed by the younger set and everyone hopes, that the practice will be resumed by the legion again in the. fall. Men's Shoes 25 per cent off MENAGH5 tmm "flamy i-t 'K $40,000 BUSINESS THE FIRST YEAR Paulsen & Iwcn, Inc., Manufacturers of Livestock Watcrcrs, a Growing Concern and Reaching Out MAY ENLARGE THE FACTORY ____ Now Employing Six Salesmen and Have Over Three Hundred Retail Sales men in Many States We wish to call attention to the half page ad of l'aulsen & Iwcn, the Deni son manufacturers of livestock water ers, to be found in another place in this paper. A year ago last April this con cern conceived the idea of locating in Denison with the intention of mapufac turing a patented non-frpeaing stock fountain. A space was leased from the city in the building that had formerly beet* used by the power plant and th work of manufacturing started in a small way, one man being employed in ttie factory.- .Gradually the business increased, and during the fail and win ter the Concern had one salesman on the road, calling on the retail trade anc' the factory force was increased to sev enteen men.. The business looked prom ising and the young men behind it Peter Paulsen and Henry Iwen, both fresh from the farm, added other items, such as galvanized foeders, chicken wa terers, feed troughs, feed pans, sun light windows, .etc., and thus the busi ness kept growing. At the close' of the fiscal year the books of the concern showed, the total sales to be $f0,600. Of ^Uiis amount $6,917 was sold by mail and ^without the help of salesmen. The two gentlemen did not go out and offer stock for sale in the concern, but were satisfied to gc slow and use none but their own mon ey. They had no stock for sale. Did not ask for anything but the good will of the people of. Denison, and they have made good. Today they are rep resented by over three hundred retail dealers in Iowa, Nebraska, South Da kota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois anc1 Missouri. They have a sales force of six men, three calling on the retail trade and three opening up new terri tory and selling direct to consumers. They own tftelr- own building have" bui* additional floor space, and witliir, a short time will bo compelled to en large their quarters again. By doing a-strictly square and fair business they expect their sales to reach a quartet million of dollars next year, and soon er or later to have the l&rgcst business of the kind in the. state. Their salesmen are James Keating for Hlbraska, W. B. Maxflejd foi South Dakota, -T. W. Nielsen for Iowa J. Paulsen, C. L. Marsh and Tom Iwen aro opening- now. territory. Their lo cal representative* ia (he Denison Sect ions Men's. Trousers Men's Underwear Summer Piece Goods Women's Underwear Waists Bp ?."r.- F*(W DENISON, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920 BEFORE INSANITY BOARD William Thomas, Aged 19 Years, of Ma nilla, Brought to. Denison Morning —Will be Taken to Ciarinda William Thomas, 19 years of age, Manilla, was* brought to I Denison this forenoon for a hearing before the coun ty insane commission.1 He was found to be of unsound minfl and was taken on the afternoon train to -the-state hos pital at Clarinda for treatment. Thoma: has been in poor health 'since Decern fter and it is believed that it will re quire but a few weeks' treatment at the state hospital to restore his health OSTERMAN LOSES LIFE Secretary of the Lincoln 'Highway As sociation Killed When Car Over turns West ef -Tama -Monday The many Denison friends of II. Osterman, secretary, of the Lincoln Highway association, will he pained tc learn of his death which occurred on Monday night, six mlies west of Tama. Mr. and Mrs. Osterrijan wore making a transcontinental trip, and Mrs. Os terman was staying, over night with friends in Tama andsescaped the acci dent. Mr. Osterman -was- riding alon& the Lincoln Highway, west of Tama when for some unknow^n reason thr ear in which ho was ridlnfe overturned and he was killed. He had visited Den ison on many occasions and had a num ber of friends here.. FINE MUSICAL PROGRAM W. C. T. lT. Will Have Charge of Ex ceptional Program at SL E. Church June 15th, in the Evening An exceptionally fin^Z musical program is to be given at the Methodist church on Tuesday evening, Junq_15Ui, undci the auspices of the W. C. Vf. U. for the benefit of the flower mission fund and other departments of work. The fol lowing people will help to make the program a success: Mrs. Ray Thomp son, Miss Bethel Faul, Mrs. B. J. Sib bert, Mrs. Wilkinson, Mrs. R. O. Dibb. Miss Eva Cable, Maurice Wilkinson. Miss Ruth Cole, Mr. Raleigh, Misses McNeil, Miss Margaret Pearson, the young ladies' trio, Miss Josie Kinney, and it is hoped to have tho men's chor us of the Baptist church. WILLTMOTOR TO V\'A Misses Frances Norton and Alicc Hickcy, of Vail, were Denison caller or Monduy. I Boys'Suits Mens Hose Silks Children's Underwear WomeiVs Suits .. Boyf Trousers Men's Ties Sheets Women's Dresses Women's Coats CANADA Four Denison Families Will Tour Min nesota and Go Over Into Canada. During Fore Part of July Mr. -and Mrs. O. A. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. W. W* Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ducander and Mr. and Mrs Carl Richardson are planning a motor trip to Canada and expect -to leave the fore part of July for a four weeks' trip The party will travel in fqnr machines' and the first stop Will be made at Red wood Falls, Minn., going from there to Lake Itasca, headwaters of. the Missis sippi river, where a few' flays will be spent at Douglas Lodge, a popular sum mer resort. From there they will jour ney to the Lake of the Woods, located in Canada, and tho return trip will be made by the way of Diilutli and Minne apolis. This is the Last Week that we will Offer 25% Off on Our Entire Stock, Except Provis- All Women's Shoes 2 5 per cent off Anything in the following lines will be offered at 25 per cent off from the regular prices: Boys' Raincoats Ladies' Hose Tubing Women's Silk Dresses Men's Raincoats Dress Goods Sheeting Muslin Underwear In fact everything in our stock, with the exception of provisions and hardware, will be offered for the last time this weekat a discount of 25 per cent. BUY! BUY! BUY! BUY! f.v'"*11' -v THE PAPER YOU TAKE HOME Pages 1 to 6 DENISON COUPLE WED SATURDAY Mr. Verne Wilkinson and Miss Lucinda Mcllenry Married Saturday, June 5th, at the Bride's Home SEVENTY-FIVE GUESTS PRESENT Bride a Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor ris Mcllenry and Groom a Son of Mrs. Nora Wilkinson One of the prettiest weddings of the season was solemnized Saturday, June 5th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris McHcnry in North Denison, when their only daughter, Lucinda Mary, was unit ed in marriage with Verne Wilkinson, also of Denison. The day was an ideal June day and the ceremony was performed on the beautiful lawn near a background of spring greens and garden flowers with jars of iris and snow balls. Tho bride and groom assisted Mr. and Mrs. Mc Hcnry in receiving and mingled among tho guests until tho appointed hour' for the service. At high noon Mrs. Bryce Binnall played the wedding march and Miss McHcnry and Mr. Wilkinson took their places, unattended, while Rev. M. M. Cable, pastor of the Methodist' Epis copal church, spoke the words that made them man and wife. Following the hearty congratulations offered a splendid two course luncheon was served to the seventy-five guests seated on the lawn. The bride's gown was or white satin and she wore a corsage bouquet of pink rose buds and white swainsonia and was most attractive. The bride was born and reared on a farm near Dow City, attending the public schools of that place, and gradu ated from the high school with high honors. She later attended Simpso'ri college, completing the music course thero. At Simpson she was a member of the 'Mu Phi Epsilon sorority and was'one of the most popular students in the college. During her short residence in Denison she has made a host of friends. Pretty and talented, having a beautiful voice, she will be a splen did help to church and social circles of Denison. The groom is a son of Mrs. Nora Wil kinson and needs nd| introduction to the people of this locality. Ho was born and reared on a farm near Denison ant" attended the Denison Normal and Bus iness college. He, together with hie brothers, Maurice and Don, purchased an interest in the Denison bottling works and for a year assisted in the management of this business. After selling his interest Verne accepted a position with the. Sibbert-Reimers com pany, but this spring moved to a farm near Deloit which he purchased, He i.e.. a young man of sterling qualities, ti' successful farmer and popular with ail who know him. It is the wish of tho many friends Of this popular young couple that happi ness and prosperity may always attend them. The surprise of the hour came whei: the bride and groom stepped into Geo. McHenry's car and were autoed to town, whore their own car and baggage were awaiting them, and were soon on their way to Lake Okoboji to spend a happy honeymoon, leaving the bevy of young folks too surprised to carry out their jokes or even throw the prover bial old shoe. A beautiful, substantial and useful, array of gifts are ready for the now home on the groom's farm near Deloit. Tho out of town guests attending the wedding were: Miss Lucy Graines, Fre mont, Neb. Frank Downs, Blencoe Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Mcllenry, Buck Grove Charley McHenry, Buck Grove Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams, Stillwa ter, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Me Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison Ddw City Mrs. John Frampton, Boone Mr.ia.nd Mrs. James McKim, Deloit Mr. and'Mrs.. Ben Beaman, Deloit Rev. and Mrs. J. TJ. The ladies of the W. R. C. have spent considerable time arranging the pro gram and it is hoped that a large crowd will bo present to enjoy the ex ercises. Tho I. A. R. and Denison Post of the American Legion will be the honored guests and a beautiful silk flag is to be presented to the Denison post by Mrs. Duncan, patriotic instruct or of the W. R. C. The program will consist of speeches, tfag drills music. 'tf'v H'-- v-. "TfniilifrfiTfr inil 11 MiinrtiriarifttiigTftirtAtrr $ IFTTV-'Y Boyd, Woodbine Rev. and Mrs. J. I.. Iialston, Lake View Mis? Maud Worrall, Mt. Vernon Mrs. Car rol Denio, Lake View: Miss Irtna Cham berlain, Lake View Dr. and Mrs. Bryce Binnall, Pierson Mr. and Mrs. J. Peters, West Side Miss Elsie Grell, Auburn -Miss Leona Williams, Atlantic Miss Lois Goddard, Miss Flora Wig. gins, Mr. and Mrs. R. Holcomb, all of Dow City, and Mrs. Sharp, of Ute.. OBSERVE FLAG DAY Woman's Relief Corps Arranging for Proper Observance of. Dav—Pro gram in Court House Yard MJnday, Juno 14th, is flag day and tho Woman's Relief "Corps has com pleted arrangements for the proper ob servance of the day in Denison. An ex cellent program 1ms been arranged, Which will be carried out at 7:30 in the evening at the court house square, Weather nermitting. A platform will bo erected for tho use of the speakers but in case of bad weather the progfctm will bo given at tho Commercial club rooms. dnd L. W. POWERS HONORED Denison Attorney Elected Member of Iowa Historical Society at- Meeting Held Last Wednesday IOWA, CITY, June 2—At a meeting of tho board of curators of the State Historical Society of Iowa, held on Wednesday, Jupe 2d, L. W. Powers was elected to membership in the so ciety. The state' historical society, with headquarters «at Iowa* City, is recog xiiued as occupying a place in the front rank of such' organizations in the Unit ed States. In addition to its other pub lications, the socicty will soon begin the publication of a monthly magazine de votcel to the history of Iowa. All Children Shoes 25 per cent off mam Republican National Comcntion Called to Order Yesterday by Chairman Ilayes—Receives Great Applause LODGE PERMANENT CHAIRMAN Nominating Speeches to be Made on Thursday anil the Real Contest Will Come on Friday Tho great national republican con vention was formally opened at Chi cago yesterday when National Chair man Hayes stopped out on the speak ers' piutl'orm and called the assemblage to order. There was a roar of approval when the chairman declared that the republican party had met in free and open convention "to accept from the people a mandate!for the government of the United States." A second cheer went up when he said a moment later "there would be not bolt in the conven tion." The chairman introduced "Sen ator Henry Cabot Lodge of the United States" as temporary chairman and the senator held the close attention of the convention l'or an hour and a half, and brought forth much cheering by sharp thrusts at all of the policies of the Wil son administration. Adjournment was had until today at 11 o'clock, at whicli time the real 'work of the convention will commence. Among the many prom inent spectators who listened intently to Senator Lodge's hot denunciation was William ,1. Bryan, who was repre senting a newspaper syndicate as a correspondent. Tho morning newspa pers claim the drift of the convention talk is toward Lowden for president. This talk has been kept go) on- hv tle old line leaders. Johnson of California has been holding meetings and.suys he has an abiding confidence in tlie ul timate result. The plan is now to have all nominating speeches delivered at the Thursday session even if the convention has to sit through the night and take the first ballot.. Then the real contest will come on Friday. MARRIAGE LICENSES The following licenses to wed have been issued by County Clerk J. W. Monaghan during the past week: June 4: J. Welsey Hess, Denison. Clara VanTuil, Denison: Verne Wilkin son, Denison, Lucinda McHenry, Deni son Francis O. Reynolds, Dow City, Lola Evelyn Fishel, Dow City. June 5: Adolph J. Quistorff, Lake View, Margaret. FremI, Vail. June 7: James A. Butler, Omaha, Au rel M. Johnson, Omaha C. W. Corneli us, Dow City, Aletha M. Terrell, Dun lap. June S: Carl L. J. Kluver, Schleawig Emma Hess, Mapleton. :. j. i'x Mr. und Mnj. C. L. Voss and son. Loyal, will leave the last of this week for Oklahoma City, Okla., where Loyal will be married on the 16th to Miss Pauline Stafford. Women's Skirts Women's Hats Rugs Furniture Dishes HENAGHS $ mum 'The man who adver tises commits himself to good service, and value and deserves pat ronage because he has prepared himself." 1 No. 23 TIDE IS SETTING TOWARD LOWDEN -ip y®fl\ 1 I '1 IS -'i jfe t/i* t? ,4 'f Visa v-, Yj -'.i 1 A wwwwikbw i'"1*""