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Mrs. C. H. Hopkins returned from
~|her-trip to Connecticut and Massachu
"MS8®''3- She and Rev. Hopkins spent
-,'U5* \?*Part of last week at tl\e Lake with the
". i&jShaw'a, who are camping there.
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A business meeting was held at the
._., Qhome of Mrs. H. A. Peck on Monday
::, Sevening to plan for the public meeting
be held in the church parlors on
K.-jThuraday evening. It was planned to
$hok} a six o'clock supper, with the
Mirogram following immediately after.
,'g The Wall Lake cemetcry association
Jiwivill meet on Tuesday, July 6th, with
*-$folrs. John Tjaden at her home near
The July meeting ot the W. Ii. C.
jpUl be postponed from the first Snt-
'V^v' ,'1§urday in the month, as it comes
""Rear the Fourth, and instead will be
fl\c Id on the iOth at the M. B. church
Uirloi-s in Wall I^ake. The membcre
live in Wall Lake will furnish a
jJPJcnic supper.
5 Mrs. John Zoin will entertain the
.'vjPriscilln. Embroidery club at her homo
^rsjjprth of town, on Wednesday after
fliioon of this week.
''3' A Are started at the pile of wood
used by the railroad and stored up
against the stock yard fence, burning
tnost of the wood and some of tho
fence Fridays-morning.
V' Lightning struck a tree near the
house occupicd by C. A. Hanson last
•'Saturday morning and turned aside,
•entering tho house and putting tho
the electric light meter out of business.
,.J$o other-damage was done.
Misses Jessie Stalcy and Minnie
'. Barnes were shopping in Sac City last
1'iy.oek on Wednesday.
y^Krnest Ounn, James Gunn, Walter
Campbell, Art Stuart and Lu Newby
/were at Spirit Lake for a week end
fishing tflfp.
John Stevens, of Kansas City, visited
here with his sister, Mrs. IQ. J. Gunn,
the first of last week, going then to
visit his brother in'Sac City and anoth
er In the northern Vart of the state.
Xlioy expect him to return here either
^^jeaday or Wednesday for a further
yitfit before returning home.
£'\Mr. and Mrs. Joel Johnson visited
tjheir cousins north pf Odebolt on Sun
c'S'Mrs. John McClurjt returned from at
tainting the state Sunday school as
sociation at Charles City last Friday.
Misses Genevieve Young*and Alta
Ayade attended the Ida Grove district
pworth League convention at Ida
last week.
j. Mrs. James Gunn and children vist
^3 over Sunday at Charles City,
Mr. and Mrs. Winkelman and Alma
Kreidcr and Fred Young went to
01arion last Sunday to spend the day.
'Mr. and Mrs. Kingsbury are at tlie
ftlpmsen home this week. Mrs. Kings
IjUify visited there last week while Mr.
•Kingsbury was making a business trip
+tx Wyoming, and he came on Satur
day. 1
Mrs. Ben Wlldeboor and daughters,
Riiby. Mary and Jeanfette, came from
Port Dodge, where they had been for
6 week.
Mrs. John Zein entertained last Sun
'Jjiy the Misses Dorothy and Mildred
qjhlclman, of Holstein, and their house
SUests, Mable Carlson, of Onawa and
jnnette. and Helen and Alfred and
Hanson, of Holstein, and their
Hpuse guests, Anne and Florence Nor
tifiVg, of Missouri Valley. G. A. Mohr
dnd family alijo visited there part of
day to Tuesday.
Mrs. Carnahan went to Inwood last
Friday to spend a few days there with
her daughter and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blank and daugh
ters, Verna and Dorbthy, came Tues
day to visit at tho L. Francis home,
on their way home to Wintlirop, from
visiting a daughter in Little Rock,
Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Larson and
son, Garvin, of Fort Dodge, were week
end visitors with Mrs. Larson's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Garvin. Mrs}
Larson and son will remain this week
Mr. and Mrs C. J. Tyrrell spent
-Monday afternoon at Ida Grove where
they are considering moving, having
had an offer of an advance in salary
in a store there.
Raymond Harmon went to Fort
Dodge on Sunday to visit till Monday.
Miss Dorothy Phillips was down
from Fort Dodge Sunday to visit
Minnie Anderson came from Sioux
City to visit at the Anderson home
here last Thursday.
Clif Cooley spent Sunday in Omaha.
Miss Nellie Quinlin came from Cedar
Falls to spend Sunday at home.
Mrs. Will Oetke received news Mon
day of the death of her mother at her
home in Clinton and left for that plfl.ee
on the evening train.
Mrs. Hofmeister and two children, of
Clinton county, is here visiting with
her sister, Mrs. Lu Hoft.
Miss Gertrude Willhoite, of Owanka,
S. D„ came Thursday of last week to
to visit her brother, P. M. 'Willhoite,
and is spending part of the week in
Sac City with her brother, George.
She is also planning to go to Illinois
when her mother is ready to return
here and they will visit hero together.
Mrs. John Freyer, of Selby, S. D.,
came Saturday to visit Mrs. John
Sivert. She was a former resident
and plans to stay here a week or more
before going to Galva to visit her
brothor-in-law's family. Mr. Freyer
and daughter will drive through the
middle of July and they will all go
to Preston to visit relatives there.
Mrs. ''Louis Kiner visited friends
Odebolt last Friday.
Gcoi-feO Sfovert visited at home ovor
C. M. Herrig and Ross Sifford went
to Dcs Moines the first of the week
to attend. J,he Iowa Bankers' meeting,
held there o& Tuesday and Wednesday.
Reat estate is still changing hands.
Tlie school board has contracted for
tho house now owned by Mrs. Ella
Mercer,' and occupicd by G. A. Hanson
possession to be given August 1st, as
a home for the school superintendent.
Mr. Outhouse .who has been living for
some time at Sacton, has bought tho
house occupied by Will Payson.
Daniel Leitz, a farmer living north
west of town since pioneer days, died
at his home on Tuesday morning. _"
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Mr: and Mrs. Woolsoncroft and Mrs.
Alma Prentice were Denison visitors
Miss Bessie Pilcher of Ida Grove,
will remain until after the fourth witji
her grand-father, Mr. Winans in Do
Mrs. Isaac Zca and Mrs. Fred Lan
don wore down to Denison Thursday
shopping and calling on friends.
Mrs. George Zea of Denison,.was a
the day. pleasant visitor in Deloit.
'l Mrs. Ben Stevefis, of Sac City, vis- Chas. Flint anJ family of Long
ttCd with Mrs. Eltea Eton from Satur- Beach, Calif., are here visiting rela­
Seven Reasons
law to keep the oabbath day holy.
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tives and old friends.
Deloit will'celebrate on tho 3rd and
expects to give a good time to those
come to enjoy tho day.
Geo. Hutchinson went fishing
Frank and Joe Johnson were Deloit
visitors Saturday.
Prof. Butler of Wall Lake, filled the
pulpit at Deloit Sunday, both morning
and evening. There will bo no church
services next Sunday at the Methodist
church on account of the painters, who
will not have the inside work finished,
^nd also many wish to attend tho serv
ices in Denison and hoar Bishop Stuntz.
Broder Boysen shipped six cars of
stock to Chicago Saturday night. Mr.
Boysen and John Cose accompanied
the cars to see they were looked after
nnd also to see some of the sights of
the big city.
Mr. Healess and Miss Edna Browne
wqre united in marriage at the homo
of her father, Stanley Browne Sunday,
Lacey Myers officiating. Clifford
Browne and sister. Blossom, acted as
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Jordan were
Denison visitors Monday and Mr. and
Mrs. Scott McKim accompanied them
home from Deloit for a few days' visit.
Lacey Myers sold his store at Her
ring and is nicely settled in Delolli
Geo. Merrington and family have
moved to the Carl St rector property.
Miss Alice Darling was an over Sun
day visitor at her homo in Deloit.
Mrs. Chas. Campbell spent Sunday
at her daughter's, Mrs. Fred Neumann
near Boyer.
Come to Deloit Saturday and enjoy
the day with your old friends and old
A. D. \Viney and son, Eldrige. Prof.
Butler, S, D. Npwton attended the)
mens' meeting at Kiron Sunday.
h.- F. Morris and daughter, took din
ner with Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Newton
Miss Virgil Darling and Miss Fidelia:
Greene spent Sunday at A. D. AViney'a.
Leo Winey spent Sunday at his
James Anderson is found at the gar
age these days working.
Eugene Fink, Myers Hansen and oth
ers shipped hogg Thursday to Omaha.
Miss Margaret and Allen Anderson
spent the week end at Dunlap visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Wall Johnston were
Deloit visitors Saturday.'
Carl Winey and daughter, Mrs. Hut
chinsen spent Friday at Spirit Lake.
Eldridge Winey and Miss Dorothy
Greene attended the meeting at Kiron
Monday evening.
Herman Ratje shelled and marketed
his corn this weok.
Mr." and Mrs. Newton took dinner
at her father's. L. F. Morris Friday.
A. D. Winey and_, family, Mr. nnd
Mrs. S. D. Newton, Miss Lovicie Mor
ris, Miss Virgil Darling and Miss Fi
delia Greene, Miss Dorothy Greene and
James Anderson went to Kiron Friday
night to the Evangelistic services
Responding to the clamorous demand
for increased production vast numbers
of limousines, fur coats, diamond rings
and dress suits are being turned out.
lv. The Sabbath was made for man and not man for the
Sabbath. It is a day of rest and not of sport.
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2. To the great mass of Christian people, Sunday base
ball is a desecration of the Sabbath and a violation of Gods
for real work and not mere play. The men
engaged are in part hired, and thus work for wages. It is not
a work of necessity or charity, and for that reason is forbid
den by the statute.
4. Wherever there is Sunday base ball there are the in
evitable accompaniments in boisterous, noisy demonstrations,
profanity, betting and gambling, which the management, even
though so disposed, is powerless to prevent.
day this week and caught a line carp.
Art Darling and family were Deni
son visitors Sunday, and their little
niece accompanied them home for a
few days' visit.
Catherine Vcnnink, of Deloit has
been visiting her friend, Hildred Ivey,
the past week and has returned to her
Mr. and Mrs. George Copeland auto
ed to Buck Grove last Mondfcy to vis
it with the former's brother, Perry
I'hillthean society of the Methodist
church was entertained last Tuesday
at the homp of Mrs. Jnmes Edwards.
A largo crowd was present and aJl
spent a pleasant afternoon
J. L. Breckenridge, who lias been
visiting his two sons in Ethan, S. D.,
returned home last Monday morning,
His daughter. Clema. returned home
last Saturday evening.
Mrs. Thomas Hays yisitod with
friends in Dow City last Monday
Mrs. ,D. Joens who has been at the
bedside of her daughter, Hertha, who
recently underwent an operation at tho
Munning hospital returned home last
week and ,-reports Hertha as/getting
along nicely.
Mrs. John Grief went Aspinwall last
Thursday morning to be at the bod side
of hor daughter, Mrs. Jack Uselding.
Harlou Mason, of Deloit, came down
one evening last week and visited
The chdutauqua program starts
June 30 and lasts until July 4.
First Day—'The Craven Family Or
chestration, including vocal quartets.
Loe Fitzpatrlck, Lccturc-r-Tho Pow
er of Song.
Evening—Tho Craven Family, Concert
Lee Fitzpatrick. Lecture.
Second Day—The Wilmer Company.
Evening—The Wilmer Company.
Sarah Mildred Willmer, Reader—The
Sign of the Cross.
Third Day—Soils' Marimba Band, Nov
elties. v'
William Farkell. Lecture—Mushl/
rooms and Toadstools.
Soils' Marimba Band—Grand concert
William Farkell. Lecture—The Re
discovery of America.
Fourth Day—The Kenilwprth Players.
Short Plaiys, A Happy Combination
of Music, Dramatic Art.
Martha Stout Trimble, Lecture—
Wealth and Commonwealth.
Evening—Juhior Pageant, Local chil
The Keiillworth Players, drama. An
evening with Shakespeare, using the
William Winter edition of "The
Taming of the Shrew", called Kath
arine and Petrucchio.
Fifth Day—The Sorority Singers-7-Fu,n
and Music—Four Talented Maids of
Rare and. Dainty Quality Offering
Major A?. S. Libby, Lecture—The
Light of Other Days.
Eveningr^-The Sorority Singers—ConV
cert, Gleeful Girls Glowing in Glad-,
some harmonies presenting music as
you like it.
Dr. and Mrs. John Leuth, of Coun
cil Bluffs,-came over one day last week
to attend the funeral of the form
er's ..brother, Richard Leuth. who re
cently died.
MrS. Heath^and small grandson went
to Manning Monday of last week.
Gladys Baker and Betty Brecken
ridge were Denison visitors last Wed
Mrs. C. L. Wilhite made a business
trip' to Westphalia and Panama last
Mr. Glynn has been suffering severe
ly with an attack of appendicitis the
past week, but at this writing is re
ported somewhat improved, of which
his many frtttnds are pleased to learn.
r.harihv. and for thaf rpasnn is fnrbid- and tnUS
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Sears McHenry, M. M. Cable, Jacob Sims, R. 0. jMcConnaugbey, Albert Helsley, W. D. Luney, W. E Teny, Rae DibbrD^nel Swanson, E.'
W. Pierce, Wm. Albert, Geo. Boslangb, Bert Stone, Voss, Lee Barber, Chas. Bartcber, Geo. Lass, John Lass, John Moont, H. A. Nor
man, Dr. R. P. Plimpton, T. E. Pearson, Eugene Gulick, Chas. K. Meyers
•-—fl lyrijli ijtyi m1 "^iTir"'X!3"'H/r..?.TT'iri^jjl i)'i'^.|[lI{jjfllUifl!''^iWjjUl 'j:1-1fiHW^itljL*!1'!1!1.1 1SWPT1'Ft"!I'l'jref^WBWiW1!'t'WBI
ICcnyon Wilkinson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. O. Wilkinson is visiting with
friends and relatives at Iowa Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. John MJller and Mr.
and Mrs Frank Bohlander spent Wed
nesday of last week shopping in Oma
George Sowles, of. Omaha, spent Fri
day here visiting with friends and rel
Mrs. John Hutchinson left Monday
for Lacoma, Neb., where she visited
her two sons, Albert and Frank, who
aro working in a drug store.
Major A. S. Libby, Lecture!—The,
Chess Game of the Nations.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Calvin and
small daughter, Hazel, Were "Wall
Lake visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Earl McLearen and children
May and J. B. of Adair, came Friday
to visit at the home of her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Gardner, and other
relatives And friends.
Alice Congemius and Marion Grayon
For Sale!
Strictly modern 8 room
residence. Four blocks
from postoffice, on
paved street.
Hal C. Simpson
Voting Against Sunday Base Ball
and kindred sporlson tHe
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True Personal Relation
attended the band concert In Harlan
Wednesday evening.
Mrs. George Stocker and son, Frank,
and Mrs. K. Ross were visitors the
forepart of the week on business.
rector in the home, because it is brought about by the ability to
appreciate the feelings and desires of those with whom we are so
closely associated for a time. '4
5, It furnishes a place for the loose! disorderly and disso
lute elements of society to congregate with no wholesome,
restraining influences, and opens the doors to horse racing
evils thu8 leadi to a wide town.
Charles Bartcher
Funeral Director.
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Sabbath day with their attending
It tends to demoralize the young peoplerarid to iiicul-
spirit or indifference and disregard for the Sabbath,
is a menace rather than a means of healthful relax
7. Denison is on trial. People are asking the question if
Sunday base ball is to be permitted. Logan is the first to
forbid. Let not Denison lower the standard. Vote right
on Friday.
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Persia this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will John and dattjfl
»t. Lillian, went to Wall Lake
or pa of he
Mrs. Thomas is visiting relatives in ren went to Manning Wednesday.
Just received direct from the orchard
Ja shipment of
Pure New York Maple Syrup
This quality of Maple Syrup is very scarce and
very high, but if taken at once we will sell at
the extremely low price of
per [gallon can
Broadway Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marr and chtlj
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