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1 wholesome and delicious. ^AKlH^ POWBII Absolutely t-ur© ROYAL BAKING POM: The DenisoS- Review (HSTABLiSiU.D I8O1V MEYKUS & TLtKDli, J\ubllHliers. nt_l(l res.- n" bu-lness tr.Hlcerre'-.pnhtlor.i'P to MI'.VKKS 4. icOiii.it. i'Uisi.u-ueiw. H'llllAl, PAPKHOI'" (JKAWKOUS* COUNTY DENISON IOWA. Ainmst 2. 1S!)S. W. W. Cushman \v is si Denison visit or Sunday. Chas. Bullock wen: to Nebraska Mon day to see to land interests. Sears McILeury goes to Okoboji to day to take a few days outing. R. L. Ilill was seeing to business in terest south of Arion yesterday. Mrs. N. It. Wil ier spent Saturday visiting her parents at Dow City. Carpenter lloi ton spent Sunday and Monday at Omaha doing the "expo". Attorney Swasey, of iHnv City, had business in the county seat Saturday. Mr. W. W. Miiyseut, of Fort Madison is visiting at the home of Dr. l'hilbrook. Messrs. J. 15. Dunbar and Treasurer Loreatzeu went to rii.'.rler Oak yester day- V: Mrs. E. W. l'ierce wrut to Dow City yesterday to spend a short- time with friends. Rev. Bate son departed for Cascade, Iowa, on Monday evening. H» will re turn home Saturday. Masters Carl and Gale Richardson returned Sunday evening from a weeks visit to the Exposition. Miss Edith Constable, of Chicago, ar rived Saturday to spend some weeks at the home of Mrs. Beard. Arthur Reams, High Tyler aud Lyle Williams, three young .neu of Detiance .wepe in our city Sund* Fred Jurgensen and family are tak ing a fortnight's outing at Wall Lake, having gone up Saturday. Miss Anna Schumakerleft this morn ing for a two weeks' vacation visiting her parents in Nebraska. Ed Nelson of Sievers & Sous estab lishment spent Sundsiy visiting rela tives and friends at Kiron. G. V. Whaley, who is conducting a photograph gallery at Gliddeu, was a Denison visitor over Sunday. Mrs. Thomas and two children came up trom Omaha Saturday and remained over Sunday with Mrs. Gulick. Mrs. D. L. Jioynton and F. L. Corn well and wife went to Omaha yester day for a short stay at the Exposition. Miss Sophia Quick, who has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. Henry Seemann for some time, returned to Mapleton ^.yesterday. The Baptist Young People's Union will bold asocial meeting on Wednes day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cassaday. Miss Freda Clark came up from Oma ha Saturday morning and returned yes terday. While here she was the guest of Mrs. Dr. Philbrook. The Charter Oak Republican con tains this week a very good write up of the Denison Normal school—using two large cut3 representing the main build ings. Ilill & Son are putting up a fine stone entrance to Mrs. Stocking's lot in the town cemetery, also a granite head stone at the grave of W. ,7. McWil liams. Fred Ilartwig, of Germany, arrived in Denison last week. Mr. Ilartwig is a brother of Chas. Ilartwig, of this place, lie will probably make quite an extended visit. ". Mrs. U. G- Johnson and family went to Omaha yesterday to visit relatives and the fair for a few days. Mr. John son followed this morniug and will re turn tnis evening. M. W. A. PICNIC. The Modern "Woodmen of America will hold a grand picnic at Manilla, on Thursday, August 18th, to which every body is cordially invited to attend. The camp at Manilla is sparing no pains to make, tliis the largest gathering of any nature held in lltu county this year. They anticipate outdoing the Fourth of ul.\ .-ekibraliuii. lion. C. G. Saun ders wl:i» made sui lt an eloquent ad dress at Deinson on the Fourth, has been secured to make the oration of the day. In the forenoon there will be a grand street parade participated in by a niuviber of c.Miips from surround ing towns—not only in the county but adjoining counties. A reward will be given the camp having the largest number of members in line. In the afternoon there will be sports innumerable, lasting all afternoon and evening. The Manilla people claim the best shade in the county and cordially invite everybody to attend. D. 1'. Jtobertfon, llemy Schade and J. L. Dyson form the committee on arrange ment. and are sparing no pains to mal.e the psense a success. Let everybody including our camp, attend from I.- ni son. OLD SETTLfeHS PICNIC. Ollicers asid directors of the Craw ford County Old Settlers association, a is:) all old settlers who are interested, are requested to meet at the City ITall in Denison, next Saturday, August (5th, at 2 o'clock p. m. to arrange for the annual picnic, liy order of the Presi dent. N. L. IT L'NT, Sec'y. Mrs. McKeever, who has been visit ing Prof. Holme's family for some time returned to her hoim: in Moline, "11., today. SPECIAL LOCALS. A. Oswald, Fashionable Tailor, Denison, Iowa. THE PALACE BAKERY IN RHYM. "l lie Auttim leaves are falling They're falling everywbeie They're falling through the atmosphere Aud likewise through tue air." The Bakery is haking 'Tis baking bread mid cakes Tis baking buns and tirst-elass pies Aud all a baker bakes. The freezer in the kitcheu Propelled by human steam Is freezing for the folks in town A freezer full of cream. The salt the freezer uses Is always frcs and nice, Theicethatmingleswi.h it Is always cold as ice The ISakery de Palace Is stauding on the street While Pease, behind he count 1 The Crawford county bank is distrib uting some handy little reference aud memorandum books containing the laws and penalties with reference to the revenue tax system. Supt. McFarland, of ttie Iowa Tele phone C. is in town. Saturday he went to Charter Oak to make negotia tions for the purchase of the line be tween Denison and that place. This line is owned and operated by a Charter Oak lirm. Is standing on his feet. 3 You buy what you desire, And likewise what you please You raise peas in your gardens And buy canned peas uf Pease. "2 Telephone to West Denison Mills for Hour and feed. Charter Oak andDunlap llour always i"i hand. Cl-4t, 380 Acre Farm, for sale or rent, 5 miles south of Vail, and also So rods of willows. Address E. AYEKS, Deni son, Iowa. 60-4t. Dr. Garber can extract your teeth without pain with his new local anaesthetic. Office over Shaw & Kuehnle's bank. 62-2t. GOOD COOK WAN TEC. Inquire at Rollins' Bakery, Denison, Iowa. 59-tf. Lodging and ISuard. Denison people wishing lodging and board at the Exposition will do well to call at 3921 North 21st street, one block from Exposition grounds. Light and airy rooms. Rates reasonable. 5S-4t* Mus. T. W. SHILLINGTON. MissMattie Miles of Chicago, will give painting lessons all next week at the home of Mrs. J. P. Conner, Call and see her. 62-lt. Machine oils at C. Sievers & Sons, "it Screen doors and wire cloth. Win dow screens, lawn mowers, refrigera tors and ice cream freezers. at WYGANT'S. For the state camp meeting held at Clear Lake. Iowa, July 28 to August 16, the C. M. & St. P. Ry. will sell ex cursion tickets at fare and a third for round trip. Tickets on sale July 25 to 31st. J.L. LAHSON, )S 4t Arion, Iowa. A close shave—at Lorenzen Bros. Land lor Sulc orExclinngc. Half section of land in central Ne braska. Adjoins excellent stock range, plenty of hay and water. Address Lock Box 6, Arion, la. 43-4-t-p. U. S. Bicycles. The best for the money. Also wheels to rent at WYGANT'S. Two fine building sites for sale. In quire of REVIEW. t-f Dr. Philbrook, Dentist, office re moved to rooms over Kelly's shoe store. lr. Garbor's Dental Parlors. Teeth extracted without pain. Parlors front rooms over Shaw & Kuehnlo's lluuk. En trauco ou Main street. Water pail, S'cts. Orkins' Clearing price The cement work on "Paradise Al ley" is now completed. S. E. L)ow was up from Dow City calling on old friends Saturday. The Teachers from over the county are numerous in Denison today. A Mr. Mouse, of Ida Grove, is visit ing at the home of Isaac Gillmor. Addie Randall returned from si two week's visit at Irwin, Sunday evening. Mrs. L. Searles and daughter, of Omaha, are visiting relatives in town this week. Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Gillmor returned Friday evening frum a two weeks trip to Hot Springs, South Dakota. Howard Wilson returned from his outing at Marshtdllowa and Davoi.jK.rt Saturday evening. The Nonpareil says it is fortunate that Cleveland is raising chickens in stead of something else. We call attention this week to the advertisement of E. C. Chamberliu which appears in another column. Arthur Green left last Friday for \V«11 Lake and returned Monday even ing accompanied by T. .J.Kelly and wit'e. Mrs Johanningot' Colorado Springs arrived Saturday evening. She will make her home in Denisun with Mrs. Frame. Miss Mattie Miles came in from Chi cago last Saturday aud will visit for three weeks among relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McBride of Shelby county, came up yesterday for a visit with their son Wm. McBride, east of town. Mrs. A. P. Bond, of Dow City, as sumed control of Hotel Arion yester day. She was calling on Denison friends Saturday. Rev. J. G. Johanson of Sioux City, will preach at Kiron Swede Baptist church on Thursday evening, August 4th. All are cordially invited. Mrs. F. VV. Cornwall and daughter, of Chicago, relatives of Mrs. Boynton arrived Friday evening for a short visit. Mr. Cornwall came Sunday evening. Dr. Wright was at Carroll Friday night and Saturday visiting his father, the Episcopal minister at Vail, who is now at that place receiving treatment. Master Earl and Miss Erma Shaw came up from Des Moines Thursday evening to attend the Methodist Sun day school picnic, which was to have been held Friday. Tbe large glass front of Photographer Brown's show case which was placed on Broadway at the enterance to the studio was broken Saturday evening. By—nobody knows who, but Mr. B, would like to find out. It is pertinently suggested by an eastern paper that a cable to Hawaii will be a necessity, if for no other reason than to satisfy public curiosity on election night. Don't forget that excursion to Hot Springs, South Dakota, on August 9. Mr. Gable is anticipating a big crowd and you will not miss the expense which you will find very nominal. Sleeping car accommodations can be had by addressing J. H. Gable, Deni son. Tbe Adams Co. Union and the Corning ltepubl fan have been con solidated, Dr. R. E. clover having sold the Republican. J. C. Welliver will continue as editor and will make the paper under the new caption what the Union has been—a first class county paper. Sioux City is going to have a carnival this fall. In view of a bountiful crop and cause for rejoicing furnished by the victories won in war, she thinks she has a right to have a jubilee. The Journal says all of the city's friends who fail to participate in the hilarity will miss their while. We received a very pleasant call from Mr. F. L. Stayner, traveling freight agent for the Northwesiern road on Saturday. Mr. Stayner's had quarters are at Cedar Rapids, and he was out this way brushing up bush ess a little and getting acquainted \s ith the boys along the line. Messrs. D. P. Robertson and Henry Schade were over from Manilla Mon day talking up the picnic the Woodmen of America are going to hold at that place August 18tb. Tbe gentlemen were very enthusiastic in the matter and say it will be the largest gathering held in the county this year. They said the impression had gone out that this picnic would be given for Wood men alone. This is a mistake, as every body is invited, whether you are a Woodmen or not. Rev. Thomas E. Greene, D.D., will lecture in the Episcopal church, in Denison. Tuesday evening, Augusts, 1898. Subject, "The key to the 20th century." Dr. Greene is one of the most gifted pulpit and platform oratoi of the middle west. He is rector of Grace church, Cedar Rapids, is at present highest ollicer of the Episcopal church in Iowa, aud is well known in Masonic circles as the eloquent chaplain of the Grand Commandery. Kuiulits Templars of Iowa. A raie treat is a*suied. "W PPPPP S Ewoldt INSTITUTE. Lnrge Attcndance—AIl Are Enthus iastic for Work. A FINE LECTURE COXJKSE The Attendance is the Largest ou Record the l'lr«t Day—Instructors Well Liked by Those Attending. Denison is at the mercy of our school ma'ams by a large majority, and dur ing this aud next week everybody at the cullcge will be busy. The enroll ment on Monday was the largest in the history of the county, and others are dropping in. Up to ten o'clock on Tuesday the enrollment had reached the neighborhood of 210. Everythi: indicates a busy and protitable session. With cool weather everybody will be able to work and with an able corps of instructors in charge, Crawford county teachers ought to establish a new record. The conductor, Prof. Van Ness, is always ou hand, aud is well liked by all the teachers. Following are the names of the teach ers enrolled up to date: A (IHADE. Morris"a .Jennie Wooilanl Maude 1 lull Lottie I.eptien W Smith ('Iara Yertrees Lena Aubiselier Maggie llassett Emma Bartclier Xellio Hopper 't Hauman ^illian Spottswood Anna Talcott Chas Childress Mary McCarthy .j Emma Dnwues Mary Kelly Joseph Mehan Mrs E Ainsworth Maud Bryan Lizzie A Mehan May Harper Edith A Kennett iiattie Irwin Grace HsUlack Helen Hall Agnes Owens Grace Dawson Jessie Pease Anna Flynn Nettie Bi 'lack Blanche lioilkin Mattie Hlrd Hoffman Sckooley Albert E Miller Mildred Wiggins Lillie MeWiiiiiims .Nellie McCarthy A Ilealy AV A Healev Elva Bond Abbie Cook Ellen Scott Charlotte Anderson Christian Anderson Adolph Ott Alice Mattie Childress it ShaefFer Bertha McWilliains Leiala Lewis Minnie Christie li Miley Ado. a Atherton Emily -Williams Wm Magnire Lulu How a 1 Margaret Gil.mor II GRADE. Bessie naas Froba Kinnan Ellen Lawler O 1£ Johnson Blanche Cook Kthel Sachra Kitty Giblin Katnrin Ledden Abbie Brown Katie Tiernati Birdie Ewall .9 Anna Bookman Myrtle James Jeane Goddard Lil ian Jones Minnie Marshall Floia Hogers Katie O'liara Anna Quade Mable McAhren Lenora Curfnian Maude Harper Benjie Dawson Minnie Towne Celia Clam Maggie Griffin Alma MeCortl Gertie Tucker Katie Foley Neilie Hussett John Williams Lutti,- Wright Myrtle Tuckrr Carrie Soeni Sylvia Ilott Anna Henry Mae Campbell Helen Petprs Winnifred McKinnisti A 1111a Detter Bertha-Kelly Jennie Jordan Florence Boliart Stella Fitzsimmons Maggie Massy Lillie Shaeffer Coia A Hes'er Una Goodrich Liz/.ie Maguire Susie Craft Maugie Quade ITatt McGrath Kate Gaffy A li Houlihan Mrs A Johnson Hessie Langley 1) 1 Talcott Mary Walker Nellie Ouirk Bigelow Mammie McDonald Minnie Brown Mice A Hansen Ethel Ghristie GRADE. Maggie Rook Bertha McCord Maggie Peunell Alice Longhren Ella Bidiack Clara Johnston Katie O'Connei Grace Thompson Belle Goodrich Mary Keller Mamie Meehan Maggie Gaffe* MaryMcKane William Brundage Anna Sifferts If Jones Hannah Loechner Anna Owens Ella Griffin Jennie Austin Elsie Butterworth Mary Albright Emma Milles amie Harrington Neonie Anderson Louise Hannah Sibyl Enstin Mary Flaherty Sak* Carpeuter Katie Cavenaugh Etta Johnson Christine Sheridan Jessie Smith Jetta Peterson Amanda Sharp Anna Hink Albert Miers Florence PreuUce Randall Geitrude Conroy Lucile Smith Anna Fitzpatrick Mamie Gray Jennie Newcom W Swaney Florence Nixon Ida Biggs Mamie Servoss Joseph Doherty GRADE. Lydia Benson Mina Theobold Minnie Conquist Rose Rogers Myrtle Chase Edna llucks'ep Bridget McCarthy Mary Ilenney Fiances French Nellie Pollock Klla Arndt Ethel Huckstep Stella Galbraath Laura Brink Olda lhrie Mae Cavenaugh Susie Connor Anna Henderson Emma Olson Tabitha Winey .1 Nnrris Mary McAlpin Minnie Kelly Ettie Myers Minnie Welty Frank Young S Dunham Lottie Dixon Naomi Williamson Ada Hallowell Maggie McNair Olive Delano Anaa Randall I .aura McGuire Edna Bagge Hattle Buffington Frank Evans Daisy Hodkla Mary Robinson Notes Oil The Institute. The teachers of Crawford county were greatly pleased to again meet Superintendent Hoist, of Boone. He has proved to be a very popular speaker. His lecture on the 10th will be a gen uine treat to all interested in education. F. R. Schafer, superintendent-elect of the Dow City schools, was on hand Monday. Ex-State Superintendent VonCoelln lectures at the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening. Prof. JFailor's work in Economics is very popular. The A grade is now larger than that grade has ever been in the history of the county. Superintendent Meyers has been un tiring in his efforts to make the present institute a success and the first day with its unusual attendance was very gratifying to him. The success is now assured. Prof. C. W. Van Ness, as conductor, could not be improved upon. He knows the needs of the teachers and sees that they are provided for along all lines. In the Algtbra and History rooms Prof, llolmes presides, and in ev%ry way does lie do these brauclies justice. O. A. Harding, who for som. months past has bt-en asMsting Mr. lirown as crayon nrtist, takes his lep uture today for GincmiiaUi, where he will enter the employ of a large Art House. While here Mr. Ilardirg made nvnv friends, who lfgita his t! piti tute. v't- Cit the fl. D. Sill All Work Guaranteed. L. M. SHAW, Puis. C. A Twist A Match tnd your fire is in hill blast. Another Twist it's out and all expense stops. That's tue seerst oftho5/A Bias Girth Horsfl W" Blankets. Tlie rjirlhs are on the bias—that means they are crossed. The.v work automatically. Tho blanket can't slip, if you pull one side the other side kiwps the blanket from 'sliding, and yet it doesn't bind tho horse. He can't ru.b it loose. He couldn't displace it if ho rolled in it. I Horse 3lQnkLt3 are msdo ill All 5tyle3—to /it any horss to 1 suit any purse. A«k yoor dealer for S/X Lix-ation—South oi* iorthStar iiurn. Bias Girth JBUnkels ^ondiook for the trade-mark. A book'ou the sabject scat free. WM. AYKE3 30ISS, Philadelphia. MidbJuly Specials Included in these items are Men's, Wo men's and Children's Shoes in blacks and tans. All kinds of Summer Millinery, odds and ends of Summer Dress Goods. Ladies' Neckwear and other articles to numerous too mention. Also some special prices on Glass ware and Crockery. Prices always the lowest in every department of our Store. P. S.—Agents for all German and American Steamship Lines. CSIY IIGRSESilOER AND General Blacksmith. Prices Reasonable. Givi: LS A CA1X. It 13 your Mid-July purchases th".c you wish to make economi cal ones. You'll be looking for the bargain banner that signals best values. There's a clearance trend to our prices on the goods that you are buying now. A special ring to the values that careful buyers appreciate. In Mid-July, as in every other month, its a particularly eco nomical trading place for you. Ill Glose Toil Oil. You'll feci that you're near by to the makers oi these goods when you note the prices. Its a desire to make your July shopping of keen est pleasure, from a price standpoint, and to make our store still further known as the place to frequent. MILLER & CO ommiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmimiimiii W. KUEHKLE, TIOS-PU*. 0. L. V0S8, CAM. BANK OF DENISON. General Banking Business Conducted. I Exchugs Ssuht and Soli Long ui Short Tins Loans at Lovest&atei inte.-est Paid op Time Deposits. Accounts of all Branches of Business Conducted, 1 Personal attention given to Investments for local patrons. Business E conducted la English or German. S shaw sc K:TJE^3 isrx,B, LAWYERS. Real Estate Loans at Lowest Rates. I imiiiiiiitiiiiHiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Glean, Cool, Comfortable Cooking Drudgery of housework turned to pleasure by the use of 'Monarch Now Method IVaporStoves No greasy oil, 110 smoking, 110 waiting. Ask your dealer jsnd insist upon seeing thu Monarch before you buy. It has features that you should know about—or write us for fai t?. THE MONARCH STOVE & MFG. CO.. Mansfield, 0. J. G. Wygant.