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D1HIS0N REVIEW.
fe. F. TUCKER, Publisher.
'alter, of Crawford County and
Jit/ of Oenison.
Itihed every Wednesday morning.
ill
y§a at the Postofflce In Oenison, Iowa, as
•eoond-clasg mall matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RA TES.
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Bills Payable Monthly.
ILOCAL BRIEFS.
1
Jobs was quite ill again last
[ife^yablds, of Dow City, called
(on
day.
Fannle PeVt, of Dow City, was a
In caller on Monday.
t.V' ..
Iprney Harding made a business
..the country Saturday.
Caasaday entertained her cous
Whlte, of Vail, last week.
lice Gregory returned to the state
psity last Wednesday evening.
to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brad
Ion Friday, April 3, a daughter.
Ij'-Heaton is enjoying a vuit from
lkUgbl^r, Mrs. Brown, this week.
Sehafer has been visiting his
at Omaha and Portsmcu'.b,
Day is visiting her duugh.
tSiirish. west oi town, this
whist club'enjoyed an
Miss Anna Shumaker
social
with
Ursd*/
fel 8ftlt of Mt. VernJn visited
Ir with the Rowland family and
atlves.
and Mrs. E. E. Marks are re
cover a young daughter which
admittance as an Easter offering.
Gould, of Seargents Bluffs. lo
ut a part of last week visiting
home of his cousin, Mrs. Lena
land.
1, Hover has just installed an
case in bis new shop. He will
chairs assoon as he cau engage
-man.
ijc Pfautz of jLlsbon la. has been
Nje&Uves for the pa9t two or
f,ks and iB now driving the
Normandy hotel,
the Germania opera house
flllfcd to overflowing on April
which time the State High
contest takes place.
omber, Denison should retain
reputation asa city of enter
it, when the State High School
comes, on April 2
Cochran was a Council Bluffs
ss -visitor on Thursday last
in the city be saw the young
robbed the saloon and then
ttted suicide.
r. ...
D. Gould, of Decorah, Iowa is
his sister, Mrs. Lena Heavi
present He was called here
ount of his mother's serious ill-
Mrs. Gould is slowly improving.
|l. Clinton, who is now a resident
nison, was here the fore" part
week. Mr. Clinton likes his new
plendidly. He says consider-1.
uiidiog will be done there this
Defiauce Enterprise.
Dakotas experienced a severe
storns on Thursday last, which
eatly retard the spring -vork in
st&tes Iowa has had a pood
and much of the wheat has
tP"
Pa
|g,
(planted. With a spell of warm
mother earth will warm up
son be covered with a °f
lihost pleasing to the eye. ,'
Denison Drug Co. received their
lew soda fountain last week, and
Iw busy installing it. It is a tine
jio.untait), made of marble, ana
all tbe-latest Improvements,
lonvenlences. iipd th-j weight is
1600 pounjs. The boys expect, to
levR.rytb in a: .imaginable to sei ve
ljraty public, when the warm tica
Imes, and intend to be fixed right.
011,
MCHENRY]
rman Con.
and meet iu tournament once,
for a right royal good time. The.
laition is a good one and we hope
it'effectually carried out. The
ea to be represented in the aaso
are Crawford, Shelbyt Harri
Monona, Woodbury, (Sioux City
ted) Ida, Sac, Calhoun, Carroll,
bon, Cass and Pottawattamie.
ce K&terprUe.
See Kelly's big advertisement on
another page.
Mr and Mrs. Wo. Marshall went to
Charter-Oak Friday to attend the fu
neral of Mrs. Clark Marshall, who was
a sister of Mrs. Win. Marshall.
There have been an unusual number
of people from Dow City and vicinity
in Denlson the pastweek, called here
on account of the trial of the Butler
boys.
Rev. Geo. E. Morphy performed the
ceremony that united Mr. Dave M.
Helsel, of Dow City, and Miss Nellie
Brady, of Dunlap, in holy wedlock.
The ceremony took place at the Bap
tist church last Wednesday afternoon,
at two o'ck ck.
Many Denison friends will be pained
to learn of the death of Mrs. Pat Mc
Carthy who died at her home
in Springfield, S, D., last week,
She was formerly a resident of Denison
and was known as one of the best of
ladies. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. McCarthy
went to Springfield on Thursday to
attend the funeral.
A serious misstatement occurred in
our last week's issue owing to a mistake
on the part of the compositors. The
account of the E ister services at the
Methodist church contained the state
ment that $
15 was raised for missions.
The error was due to the ommission of
a cipher. The regular apportionment
is $450. and over $500 was raised in a
very short time, the first subscription
being greatly in excess of the amount
named last week.
Henry Meeyes Harried.
On Wednesday. April 6, occurred the
marriage of Mr. Henry Meeves and
Miss Minnie Eggers, at the residence
of the groom's brother, Mr, John
Meeves, Rev. Geo. E. Morphy, of the
Baptist church, officiating.
Henry is so well known in Denison
and vicinity that any words the REVIEW
might say would not add to
bis populari
ty. He has made his home among us for
the pastitwenty-five years, during which
time he has always been in bu9intBB
for himself, and has won tfee confidence
and esteem of the commnoity.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Eggers, and has lived in
Crawford county most all her life. She
is a capable and worthy young lady,
and has many womanly traits, and in
choosing a husband das cbosen wisely
The REVIEW joins in extending con
gratulations to the happy couplr
A DEBUTANTE.
•|n=-
A puff, a frill, a bit of lace,
A patch of powder on the faca,
A rounded arm, a slender neck,
White shoulders, without flaw or fleck,
And—nothing more,
:vv-w»
A row of teeth, an Infant smile,
A glance quite innocent of guile,
A little head well packed with lore'-"
Of flounce, fichu and proper gore
And—nothing more.
A knowledge that the world Is round,
Some dim idea of "time" and "sound
A phrase or two of French, you know!
E a to a a
And—nothing more.
5
A sweet contempt for old time ways,
For classic bards or modern lays
A constancy much like the wind,
But scant regard for men who grind
And—nothing more.
A mannerism not too bold,
A deep idolatry of gold,
A high resolve to play no part
Father—This thing bus
You keep me putting my
Dave Ringer, of South Omaha. p0ciict all the time.
Denison a couple of days last Daughter—All right, papa. I'll
leal led
Jaere by tho severe illness! THE rest of IUV purchases charged
|ii''Rteger, who ia at the home of. Erunclsco KxarainwC
Vther, Mrs. Marshall. Mr. Ring
p,w on the police forco at South
and itt drawing a tood saltiry.
lys tli'jnga get pVetty lively in tho
a
district ouce in
lines requires the fuH force to
fellows strttight. Mrs. Ring-,
ft'ering from an ear trouble,
ia a movnment on foot by
the binds of Crawford and all
unties adjoining, to form an aa-
while and
1
Where one surrenders to the heart
And—nothing more.
A puff, a frill, a bit of lace,
A patch of powder on the face,
A soul in which small int'rests lie—
A simple social butterfly
And—nothing more.
—New Orleans Times-Democrat.
An Qblleiuc Duugliter.
got to stop,
hand In my
JOE-EPPERSON GOES WRONG.
Carroll Boy Well Known in Denison,
Disappears Very Suddenly.
Many Denison people will no doubt
be surprised to learn that Mr. Joe Ep
person, of Carroll, has disappeared,
leaving his accounts with the Iowa
Telephone Co., in very bad shape.
There are other people in Denison who
are not at all surprisedrand who would
have been glad at any time to have
met the gentleman. From the Carroll
Herald we clip the following:
The affairs of the Iowa Telephone
company at this place are undergoing
an investigation this week. It seems
that J. E. Epperson who has been man
ager for the last six years, or so, disap
peared Saturday very suddenly. His
departure caused alarm in certain
quarters and Tuesday morning head
officers of the company, from Daven
port. were on band and proceeded to
cneck up his accounts. Gen. Supt.
McFarland, Gen. Auditor Palm, of
Davenport, and Mr. Ramsey, of Des
Moines are still busy looking into the
affairs of the late manager, but are not
prepared to give out any statement.
There is little doubt that there -are
grounds for grave rumors that have
been started concerning the findings
they have already |mace. This paper
does not deem it wise to go into partic
ulars, as a full statement will be ready
for next week's issue.
There are a number of people in
Carroll who have reason to be concern
ed in the whereabouts of J. E. Epper
son, and the Herald is warranted in
saying that the company's affairs here
have not been left in the best condi
tion. A competent and reliable man
will soon be itstalled as his successor.
have
Ml* Wkcri.
"TUnt's a pretty uolsy passenger
you've got In there," remarked the man
who was smokiu on tlle front
I ill' 1-- m.,. .in nti nrtll' flimrtlr
form. "Is he crazy or only drunk?"
"Neither one," said the motorman.
"He's just got a tint wheel In his head."
—Chicago Tribune.
4 Cure for Heailadio.
Any man, woman or child suffering
from heada he, biliousness or a dull,
drowsy feeling should take one or two
of DeWitt's Little Early Riaers night
and morning. These famous little pills
are famous because they area tonic as
well as a pill. While they cleanse the
system they strengthen and rebuild it
by their tonic affects upon the liver
and bowels. Sold by
RUDOLPH KNAUL
CASSADAY & Co
7
Crawford County Sunday Sebool
Convention.
To be held on April 83d and 24th—Denison.
PROGRAM.
SATURDAY APRIL 23 AT S
I
O'CLOCK.
Habits of Reverence" Address
Rev. G. E. Morphy
Announcements for Sunday.
Adjournment.
SUNDAY AVTEUNOON SESSION.
:0—Song and Devotional Led by l..Cassailay
2:45—"linw' to Interest Pupils in Home
2:
:i-„:
Reading and in tho Lesson J.B. Komans
General Discussion.
3:15—'Weak Points in the Sunday
School"..: H. W. Pierce. Denison
Discussion E. R. Snell, ienison
3:45—Solo Mrs. W.J. Todd, West Side
"The Boys and Young Men's work"
D. w. welton, Denison, Myrtle Barber
4:00—"The Teacher's Reward"....Prof. E.
l.ewls. West Side, Mrs. Sears M''-
Henry.
Slugtng and Announcements.
KVKN1NU SESSION.
7 ^_So:ig Service and Topic for Testimony
"The Influence or the Sunday School on
after life" Led by Morris McHenry
Anthem. ...Choirs of Denison Churches
8.\1C—\ddress—"The Suiulny School as an
Evangelistic Agency"
8:30—Address-"The Greatness of the Sunday
Bchool" Hev.Sharp, lieulsou
galo Miss Alliii SeWell
Annownccinents and Reports.
Adjournment.
Pastors and Sunday School Supeiintend
entsare requested to reudthe above prof.Tr,ims
to their congregations and si-bouta. uutl
tliem to send delegations.
Freeetitertaiunr'iil to all visitors.
Evervone invited to tittfiid.
REV.1'. P. MOUUAN. President.
P. L. HotTMAN.Secretary
The
P. M.
Song Service Led by Mrs. Van Ness
2:30—"The Study of the Sunday School
Lesson for the following Sunday 11
lustratlng a goofl method of teach
tog Bible Class.-. By Prof, Van Ness
Singing [Congregation
2:45—Roll Call of County and Districts,
each county 'Officer, and president
and secretary of each couaty dis
trlct, give an account of their Sun
day work of his district and tell Its
needs for future. Vi
3 15—"Round Table"—House to House 4
Visitation...Led by John L. Richardson
8olo.'. Miss Flora Polster, Denison
3:35—"Helpful Points Received at the
State Convention".Miss Lessle Marshall
3 45—'"Sunday School Management"—
Dr. Norman. Dow City
Discussion SuptThornburg, Charter Oak
4:10—"Teacher's Training and Quallilca
tlons"— Paper....Supt l'rather Dow City
Discussion....Mrs. P, P. Morgan, Deloit
4:40—"Effective Methods of Teaching tho
Temperance Lessons"
General Discussion
Report of Committees
Election of officers
Adjournment for Suppei
I
Denison
Albert lleu'j
*, EVENING SESSION *1
7:30—Song Service Led by Sears McHenry
Prayer. ..
Anthem—Choirs of Baptist, Pres
byterian and M. E. ChUTches.
7:f5—' Childhood, its Power and
Claims"
i:
Address Hev. A. E. Baehford, Anon
r'
Solo- Mrs. D. B. Prather Dow City
Singing Congregation
30—"The Sunday School Training to
'"t
-S.Y
10
Itev. W. J, Todd, West Side
Male Quartette.
scoring
Make
Hens
Lay
Simply by feeding PrattS
Poultry Food the way the
Pratt people tell you. Read
what others have done in the
I way of making hens lay
Prctts Poultry Pood Hakes 80 Hsna
Ley ,3'.M Begs in One Month
Mr. lames O'Neill o( Belvidere, N. J.,
says ho fed Pratts Poultry Food to 80 hens,
wiih the following results: First month
1 they laid 398 eggs second month they
kid 701 eggs third month they laid 9«9
1
fourth month they laid 1,374 eggs.
Faust Bros.. Bclvldera, N.J.
A poultry book all about poultry (free) I
at your dealer's. Ask him for one. I
|Pratt Pood Co Philadelphia!
The Original Stock and Poultry Foods
?$" "f America
In «se over 30 years
T*%,
'j as well as
THOSE WHO HAVE USED OUR
O A N O E A I N
The Broadway Grocery
GEO. H. VINCENT, PROPRIETOR
'v We came to Denison with the intention of remaining perma
nently and we realize that we must supply the people with just what
they want. That will be our highest aim. Our stock has been re
plenished, and we have nothing that is not absolutely pure and fresh
Our line of groceries is complete and of the best, while our can
ned and bottle goods are unexcelled.
TO TRY THEM ONCE
TO USB THEM ALWAYS
^Fresh vegetables on hand at all times. Strawberries received
daily. We solicit your patronage and guarantee you satisfaction.
PHONE ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED
GIVE US AN ORDER AND BE CONVINCED.
A I N I:
I do not pfetend to have the largest stock of Machinery in Crawford county, but I have a full line of the
"CANTON GOODS"
that have for years given satisfaction, and tKat is what counts. First-class goo^s at prices you would pay
for inferior grades, See me before you buy. I will do you good. Agency Goodhue and Aermotor windmills
ssasam
PES NO. 1—COCKEREL MATING -This pen
consists of
12
large dark
2-year
matud to them a cockerel scoring
PEN SO.
fine a bird in every respect as I ever owned. Eggs
from this matiing will produce some fine birds.
J. IS. iVALHEH I
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Weal Estate and Coliections
oiniici: OVEII POSTOFFICE.
TI1K BLACK IIILI.S
The Blaclc Hills, in the southwest
rn part, of the state of Soifli Dakota,
pronoce one-third of the gold found in
1 the,United State?, and are said to be
the richest one hundred square miles
in the world. A new book 1st ot| the
Black Hills has been issued by tho
North-Western Line, with afine.de
iiUd map of this wonderful region.
Seed four cents in stamps for eojfv of
the booklet to w. B. KNISKEKN, l5.
M. Chicago & 'North-West' rn R'v.,
Chicago, 111.
To Route Six Patrons.
Those expecting to receive their
mail on route or to have services
from a different route than at present
ufter April l«t, are hereby urged to
notify their newspapers of their pro-j
posed chunsr. of address at once in or
def to avoid delays at the beginning of
this service.
F. W. MEYKHB P. M.
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HE PflLfleE BAKERY
Caters to the Party Trade
MRS. EVA .GIRARD.
BREEDER OF BARRED PLYMOUTH SOCK CHICKENS.
The follow
ing is a list
of my ma
in
1904.
old hens. I have
92
2--COCKEREL
points. He is
large boned, well marked, and a shade lighter color
than the bens—all evenly barred. Kggs from this
mating will produce some fine winners.
MATING —Consists of
large hens, all of good ^liape and color weight
to S pounds each: splendid combs, beaks', eyes -and
legs. They are
2
92
years old and mated to a cock bird
points lie weighed
10
SIRS. EVA
GIRARD.
7
pounds ani is as
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Home office and
Factory
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Cakes, Cookies. Lady Fingers, Maccoronas, etc.
are of the best. ...Breajd.tor^sandwiches unsurpassed. Give us a call for anything in our line.
M. M. BRADBURY, Prop.
--S-
GOODS PRONOUNCE THEM SUPERIOR
E I O S E I A
PEN SO 3—COCKEREL -MATING Two largo,
narrow barred cockerels, splendid shape, strong in
under barring and color of wines an tail. To them
I have mated
20
pullets, all as near the same shau
as I can get. All large, evenly barred birds in this
pen, and will produce some tine exhibition birds.
PEN SO- A—PL'LLET MATING This pen is
made up of ten pullets and hens, nil of exhibition
colur Mated to tliem a cockerel of good shape,
splendid comb, perfect in b:-ak, eyes and leg ratlier
light in color of plumage with narrow barring and
will produce fine pullets.
Eggs from it
11 of mr pons $2.(10 ner fifteen.
THE JEWETT
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Des Moines, Ia.
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