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Ho it you like I ie UBVIEW under tho ne* it 1 W C. Rillins WHS an Omaha visitor .on Tburyda last. Sam Wells and Frank Howard wenT to MnneapolU Frd.ty morning. The next attraction at the Gormania ODQt'i hMii^e will "PcCk'j Bad Boy.' P.-of. Sa -*sre made a business trip to the so.nh :astern purt oi the state last week. Mr. Jacob 11, of Washington town ship, was a Denison viaiuir uu Wednes a a A. F. tylan and Wm. Hoover went to the lake last Thursday to shoot at the ducks. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Orr went to Coun cil Bluffs last Wednesday where they will reside. "V Chaa. Molter member of' Board of Supervisors, was in Denison on Wed nesday last. Dr. f. S. Bailey, for many years syn oli al missionary of Presbyterian church in the state of Iowa, was in nison between trains last Thursday ylaiting with Sears McHenry.' The North-western Iowa teachers will ho'd a big meeting at Sioux City b.'ginuingr April 14. and lasting over the 16. Many educators of prominence will be in attendance, and the meeting promises to be an enthuiastic one. MUs Poster enjoyed a visit from her mother, of Baxter Springs, &an, on Tnursday. Friday morning Mrs. Po! er took the Centra', train for the irt.li and will visit a daughter in St. Paul. Mrs. Louise Aaunah Webb started for Santa Barbara. Mex., last week, wjiere she will join her husband. Mr. Webb'8 work will require his presence there about a month, after which. they will return to Leadville, Colo ,, Mr. R. Lounsberry, of Marshal town, has uc't-it« ii th-^ mmangeraent of the Arion Telephone Co. and was a Denison. visitor on Friday. He was formerly machinist aud electrician in the Marshailtown Potter.\ Work!". Mr. W. E. Johnson gave a bill of sale bf nts meat market last week to Mr, O. W. Wheeler who is now in charge of the financial end of tha bus nese. Mr. Johnson is still retained in the business, Mr. August Miller assisting Jiiin. ..rhe ptnn-iway Match" was stopped ID Denison on Tuesday evening, and the company was greeted with a good bouse. There is nothing to the play aside from merry making and the many laughable situations kept all in a mlrthfal mood the entire evening. Chris Peters, of Charter Oak, was brought before the insane commission ers last Wednesday, and by their ad vice his relatives agreed to take him to the St. Bernard hospital at Council Bluffs. Mr. Peters is an old-man sev enty years of agp, and is well known in the western part of the county. Dr. R. A. Randall went, to Charter Oak last Thursday to bring over his office fixtures. He will install them in the office of Dr. Isemlnger and the two will 'practice together. "Doc,'' as he is familiarly known is pleasant and gentlemanly in every respect, and will no doubt soon build up a lucrative prac tice. Mr. A. N. Kalb visited his parents and sisters in Denison last week. He is just returning from a trip down through Old Mexico, and has had a ,v.v«.ry enjoyable trip. He visited at Mexico City, and many other promi nent points in that country, and bis description is very graphic. He has just been transferred to Montezuma, Iowa, where he will have a station. The eleventh district of the Iowa ""Federation of Women's Clubs held a convention at Ida Grove Tuesday, March 32. A large number of delegates attended and a very instructive pro gram was listened to. The kinder- :garten, ART COLLECTION. Deiiu« High fcefcoal lias. Much to l'roid uf in Works of Art. Peve al additions have lately been* made t) the works i.f «rt with which the high a-booi roo is decorsted. and Denison now has a high school room which fjr artistic beauty is hardly equal ed by any other in the state. Many of our older citizens received their education in an oi'l log school house whiuQ was poorlv lighted, poorl ventilated, furnished ith nothing but log benches, and poorly heate 1 with an old fireplace in one end. No attempt was made to decorate the walls, and the humule log cabin and even the woods and fields were a much pleasanter place to be than the dingy old school room. In order to comprehend the progress which has taken place with the life* time of one person, it is only necessary to step into oar own high school room. At the left end of the rcstrum stands the piano on which is mounted the bust of Abraham Lincoln, that man who represents all that is pure and noble and true in American statesmanship At tue right, mounted on a pedestal is the beautiful full form statue of Miner va, the goddess of Wisdom. Over the rostrum in the center hangs a copy of the famous painting, "The Roman For um," while on either side, mounted ou brackets, are the busts of Shakespeare and Beethoven On nthe' east wall is the painting "Lea Angeles," and a his torical relief of the signing of the Dec laration of Independence Over the main entrance hangs o.ne of the most famous pieces of classic art, "The Ed ucation of the Greek Youth," wh'le in the rear of the room hangs another painting, "The Dawn.'1 Besides this collection of ancient masterpieces there have been placed on the walls nicely framed uicturesof the graduating class es of the last three years. These add materially to the beauty of the room, to turn one of *he viewed school. child labor, and kindred sub jects were discussed. Mrs, T. J. Fletcher of Marshailtown, president of the state federation was present and Closed the convention by a lengthy •address on the value of the federation, The business men of Ida Grove have ^formed an athletic association. The 'mayor is president of the organization, -which has for its object the promotion of all athletic events to take place In «tae city in the future, Including field •-meets, football and base' ball games, etc. The first event to-come to the notice of the organization, will be the .field meet of the Northwestern Iowa Migh School Athletic Association ittiwhlch takes place there this spring. Miss Millie Bicknell, of Buck Grove, c. has resigned her position with Mr. Moffitt, at Buck Grove, and will remove to North Dakota, where she will reside in the future. Miss Bicknell is a very r-popular young lady and she will be missed by numerous friends. The RE- VIEW has lost a valuable correspond ent, as Miss Bicknell has written the Buck Grove news for the REVIEW for the past eight years. She has very kindly secured another to take her place, however, in the person .of Mrs. A. F. Bonney, and the people of Buck Grove and vicinity will atill be served with *a ticeilent letter. ... v.. 8U,ra into a class gallery where class banners and other trophies could also be kept Quite often strangers stopping in the citv will walk over our city viewinp different residences, etc.- We wish to MICHAELSON FORMS COMPANY. Will Manufacture Ahamo, a Polishing Product. Capitalized !ft.r $50,000. Denison friends of Mr. John Mich aelson will learn with interest that he has been instrumental in capitalizing a stock company in Omaha to the ex tent of $50,000, for the manufacture of asoap and silver polisher*which the company will place upon the market. The Bee of Sunday, March 19, speaks of the new corporation as follows: The Ahamo company. Is a new con* cern which has just filed its articles of incorporat cn, with a capital stock of $50,000, and has commenced the manu facture of soap, scouring compounds, etc., in Omaha. R. P. Lawrence is president and John Michaelson secre tary of the company. For some months their scouring soap, known as Ahamo, has been on the market and has been quite well received, meeting with a marvelous sale. It is a tripoll product, and by those who have used it, is said to be the best thing of the kind on the market. It is a polisher as well a9 a soap and for line silverware, cut glass and similar articles has a wider field of usefulness than any other article now offered the public. NOTHINGJIN IT. No Truth in Story That Nortliwcstc-i Will Ruu Fast Trains by War of Harlai1. The following from the Persia Globe regarding the Northwestern building a track from Harlan to Crescent City, just south of Missouri Valley, is cer tainly without foundation. With all the expense of double tracking the main line the company has no inten tion of abandoning the same. A gang of surveyors went through P^r.-la last week surveying and it is supposed to be surveyors of the North western, whj propose to run a line from Harlan to Orescent, a little town on.he Northwestern below Missouri Valley. If the line goes as the survey ors have cro=sed, it will strike Persia the first town from Harlan. It has been stated by some of the officials of the road that if a line was run across from these two points it would be used a* a freight and» through passenger line, as It cuts off seventeen miles be tween Council Bluffs and Carroll, the point where it would strike the maiu line again. The cutting off of seven teen miles between the Bluffs and Chicago is a big thing to be considered by any trunk road. It is more than likely that the road will be built this summer. —Persia Globe, THE BLACK HILLS. 1 The Black Hills, in the southwest ern part of the state of Sou-,h Dakota, pronuce one-third of the gold foiind In the United States, and are said to be the richest one hundred square miles in the world. A new booklet on the Black Hills has been issued by the North-Western Line, with a fine de tailed map of this wonderful region. Send four cents in stamps for copv of the booklet to W. B. KNISKERNT, P. T. M. Chloago & STorlh-WssUra R'v.. Chioag*, III. Buys Mules. Wo, McBrida was over el Defiance last and pun hass a fine 8.un of youn£ mules. He says they are the best in the country, and that next fall it will take four hrndred dollars to bu them. The mule—he Is a Kentle ljcast He's suisfiud to be the leubi And su is in Like man he m:ty be taught some tricks lie noes his work from 8 t»G i'he mutt:—\beu he ufts mad he kicks, Anil so (Iiles num. ...... The mu!e—lie has aloud tu pull He's happiest when ho Is full And SJ Is in,m V*1 Like maa he holds iiient poise. And when his work's done will rejoice s&s Tiie mule—u lik^s to near his voice And so does man. Thtmule— he lias his faults, 'tis true And so has m.m. He does some things he should net do Aid MI does MNU Like man h« docs not veuro for style ,1— But wants oontemment all the title.' '"*~1 The mule— he has a lovely smile So. -:?, And so lias man The mule is sometimes kind and good And so is uiuti He eats all kinds of breakfast rood And so does man. Like man he balks at eauily dresi And all outlandish foolishness. The mule's accused of mulisuness 1 and if the practice of banging class' pictures is kept up in the future it will be necessary to provide another place to churches put thei. Il would be a splendid idea' ro°ma "P And so is mail. £St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Notice to Membera of Denison Don key Club. Dear Editor:— ... .» I see you publish lots of club news. Those women clubs you take a good deal of notice of, and so I think jou must have an interest in clubs. I don't suppose those women pay anj thing for having their doings publish ed, and I should think you'd be as will ing to publish about a young -a en's ub. We are just struggling into prominence, and getting started is ex p, nsive business. Our "lighto" cost so m.ueh I feel sure you will publish this important notice free. Members of this club ar.i wan\ed~to appear in full fores next Sunday eve. around the steps of the churches. Or ders to divide into three bunds are here riven. He sure to locue roperly, anu on hand as the ladies pass out of th I locate up on the embankments. Be sure to have plenty of ''gapeseed" with 1 Bay that you have not done justice to RUm0P has it that certain young ladies the eights of the cty unless you have :Ure banding together to not accept es the art collection at the high ojrts unless said escorts have been in- you, and take particular notice as to "who" has "»hn," and if any of our members are guilty of attending any of these churches, report them at once. side the church. Tnis is an encroachment upon our rights and should bj frowned upon at once. The trouble is our frowns won't be seen, for we work in too much dark ness. Howeve -, if each of you are well lighted up with our usual head light which some fool or other has called "a roll of tobacco with a fire at one end and a fool at the other," there may be some possibility of those frowns being seen. Members siick or out of town bear ia mind that the regular meetings of the D. D'a are always held Sunday eve's in front of the three churches on Sweet St.||fi ISMBY ONE WHO KNOWS. IPs An Iroquois Fire Story. Though pure fiction, ''The Little Pat Fiddler,'- by Samuel Hopkins Alams, is alive wit'i current interest Drawing plot and idoident from Chica gj's erreat theatre tragery, the Iro quois lire, Mr. Adams builds an absorb ing storj. The heroism of the humble little second violin,*his fidelity to duty aud bis noble sacrifice of self for others arouse aad hold one's sympithies and admiration. His love and devotion for Madia, "„he Flying Fay,"are pathot:c in their apparently hopeless depth. Tae description of the fire is dramatic, tragic. In its graphic power It fairly grl JS one's attantlon an! concern. The tension just at the breaking point is relieved, "And tie pallid crowd" is "awed anew by one gleam of happiness in the blackness of the creat tragedy It is related of Mr. Adams that al though a regular member of the Mc Ciure stiff he sub tteJ this story ua der an assumed name in order that it might have a strictly impartial hear ing. It was at once accepted aud a search made fur the apparently un known writer, revealing. Mr. Adams, The merit of the story surely sustains this anecdote.—McOlure's for April. Hog Cholera is unknown where Pratts Food is fed. Same with other hog diseases. 1 File along the outside of the walks, except the corporals who will Pratts Food pays a profit by fattening hogs quicker, and makes them grow larger, be sides preventing and curing diseases. 00 dealers sell Pratts Food and icivc free our 64-page H«gs aod other auimals. Pratt Food Co Philadelphia a -T The Original Stock and Poultry Foods America »over 30 years kS. Che tmeatber lootf unsettled/ The Tenth oor.g'*esfional district will nominate Hon J. P. Conner by accla mation as has been predicted by the Tribune from the first and in doing so will but carry out the polic.' in vognp for many years to 8-^nd our best men to congress and keep them there. Mr. Conner has made a reputation as a clean conservative, honest and efficient statesman. In honoring him we honor ourselves. He was opposed by good men and the fact that enough H, **. -w 3 ft* .» An Ekister '^•Forecast *By EDWIJV L. SA'BIJV Copyright IB04-, hy £Av/n fWTUHBAJ'' morn, of hopt-f galore, Tht dot* for ttt arriving 'Ttvould •rurily tome. Iha milUnsr Though the he nomurCi-oing. Into the peut the moment* glidet fro# more and more it nettled i' ^11 as. near the erort qf Eastertide ClATWOAy noon. It has not comet •J LW* might hatfe been expected.) .... *SInd tfoiee is toratWu! and face it glum .^nd figure all dejected. Horiconbuard is a banK. of cloud -Steadily onbvard oratuling. JVemJous the house, and anxious brototd. Harometer is fatting. Co those tuho read a teaming. Floods and lightning and hurricane ill,' Are due for Easter morning! %. L. Satin fhwrt, 1 4- ri/HBAy eve—and still no halt Heavy the apprehension. Milliners all are frauds, 'tis flats "Prone, all, to mean invention. Fly the signals of import plain flATVUBAy night. A step-a ringt "Rustle of tissue paperI Cries: "Hobo dartingI" "The stveet, stveet thing!' rw Somebody cuts a caper.' SKJes are suddenly smoothed, betimes CA* storm signs disappear, oht S: Up the mercury stviftly climbs For Easter: Tiright and -clear. oh! counties are now instructed for him proves him to have won his renomination by su rior merit. —Britt Tribune. FROM NEW MARKET NEW MARKET, March ig. 1904. To the Editor of the REVIEW: Dear sir:—I see that my time is up on the REVIEW, SO find inclosed $1.50 to pay for same one year. We could hardly get along without it it is like going back to old Crawford every week and have a talk with old friends. Tell them we have a nice country down here and we like it real well. JAMES ROOD, HfNew Market, Iowa. NEW DEflLIN FURNITURE Mr. P. M. Lane has purchased the Hoef fer Furniture Store on Broadway, and has 1 put extra capital in the business buying much new and up to date stock. To make room for the new stock we will make spec ial cut prices in furniture and especially in wall paper A cut of 15 per cent on paper. Also special prices on bed room suits. OUR LINES OF CARPETS IS COMPLETE IN EVERY PARTICULAR: SEE THEM See our fine Center Tables, Rockers, Iron Beds, Couches, Parlor Goods, Pictures, Oil Cloth, Linolium, and Matting. Pic ture Framing, Upholstering and Repair-" ing a specialty, and Undertaking carefully attended to. We solicit a share of the public patronage and guarantee satisfaction. Give us a call. P. M. LANE, Prop. Dr. B.fl, Stockdalr Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, a&d Chronic Disease ^, Specialist, will visit DENISON, IOWA, Wednsdy, Mar. 30, AT FARCO HOUSE One day only and return once every fouff .. weeks Office hours from a a. ai. 6 p. Staff UP DR. STOCKDALE Is a regular graduate from the best col leger in the United States. He has mada a special study of the diseases he treats in the largest and best hospitals in the coun try for several years and has no superior in diagnosing and treating Chronic Diseases of Both Sexes. The doctor has for a number of yeara made a specialty of chronic diseases and treats these exclusively. Dr. Stockdale positively cures ClironiQ Catarrh, Diseases of the Eye, E«r, Nose^ Throat, Lungs and Kidneys, Dyspepsia* Constipation and Rheumatism. If you are suffering from nervous and physical debility, lost vigor, premature do- M" cline of power, Dr. Stockdale guarantees a positive cure. Blood and Skin diseases and diseases ("W at women. Consultation free and confides tial Call on or Addrees DR.B. A. STOCKDALE. Citizens National Bank Building, Des Moines, Iowa. ^®~To see Cr Stockdale in Des Moinat office call on Saturday's and Monday's of write for engagement. 1 ». 1,1" m1! Jvf •a-}' lMri hs &ySt ."l-Wyi If^w