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teW: .., fhK- mm: Wig I I We Sell These. You want the best. Are you ready for it this season? We are prepared as never before to meet your wants in vehicle-* There's noth ins superior to what we are showing, in taste, stvie and service. Absolute honesty in inake and material. You will agree when we tell you IT'S THE FAMOUS Shidebaker Lii\e WE CARRY. Prof. John Dunn Martin, for three years at the head of the department of oratory of the Denison Normal College har accepted a position as assistant in structor in elocution at Simpson college 4t Indianola and consequently will not .return to his old field of labor in the No matter what you want—if it-* something that runs cn get it or will quickly Come io and figure with us. the place. J. H. TA Denisorv, lo| P. S. The Studebaker name is its guarantee. Don't WE ALSO HAVE A COMPLETE I^'AND COLUMBUS BUGGIES GOODS. NEW AND I PROF. MARTIN QUITS DENISON sFor Three Years Instructor in Elocu tion At The Denison Normal, He Enters Simpson as Assistant. Fall. As an instructor Prof. Martin has achieved wonderful success and as a reader he has been the most popular and the most entertaining of any that have ever been in charge of the work at. the college. He leaves behind him a host, of friend? who regret very much to see him go but who are glad that he he has eatered a larger field o! labor, and wnh him all success in his new location. CORNER STONE IS LAID. Scientists Lay Corner Stone For New Church on Wednesday Last. Cere monies Simple but Impressive. The corner stone of the new church to be erected by the Scientist Associa tion of Deuison was laid last Wednes day, Mr. Cha«. C. Kemming. first rea er, having charge of the ceremonies, ceremonies were of a private na ture, in keeping with the rules of the organization. Tiie foundation for the new edifice is now completed, and the carpenters [are expected to commence work on the building at once. ACCUSED OF BEATING CHILD Spray Malone Given Seven Days and a Half For Inhuman Treatment to His Own Child. Spray Malone, living in Kenwood, was brought to Denison on Friday af ternoon by Constable Clark Sterritt and placed in bee suth jail. On Thursday even ing, it is said, he beat his little three year-old child to almost insensibility and his seemingly insane act greatly ai-oused the community. He was taken before Justice Huntington in Dow City and was sentenced to seven days and a half in the county Ail. 1 Mearl Gable came home Thursdpy night from •Indianola, where he has! attended Simuson college for the past year. TFe icon Id like to have you t\ us. That is trliii we advert^ claims for tjour what- we can do. trade are bG&OUr VOU'lfE 4J. ItjJVtt Ladies' Kimonas of figured l?.wn—trimmed with white lawn, tiias trimming One lot at 25cts. each. (Second floor.) Ladies' Dressing Sacques of percale—nifiled collar, front and sleeves—light and dark col ors At 50 Cents Each. (Second floor Ladies' Dressing Sacques of line dimity white and black and black and white, tucked backs, lace trimmed collar and cuffs. Price $1.25 Each- (Second floo*. Oue lot Wliilo Waists slightly soiled and wrinkled, to be closed at liall price aild less. (Second tloor) JST PAYS TO IJSSM Sleepy-Eye Cream Flour. LOWER COURT FAVORS LAUB Judge Church Makes Denisori in Laub Romans Case. Will Be Carried to Supreme Court We Understand. Judge X. A. Uniit'ch last week hand ed down his decision in the Laub Romans case, and the plaintiff H. C. Laub has seoredjfirst blood in the legal contest over the valualle Denison block. We are informed that the case will at once be appealed to the Supreme Court, the attorneys on both sides feel ing1 confident of the ultimate success of their client. For our part we greatly regret that this litigation has taken place but now that it is before the courts we do not consider it a legitimate ffrioi? NeaJs better Dr. W E. Clay, cf Pearl City, Illinois visited over Sunday th his old friend and classmate, Dr. Coon Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reecer are entertain ing a little miss who arrived on Sunday to gladden their home. Our business men have petitioned the Milwaukee Co. to allow their present agent. Mr. Umphrey, to remain perman ently with us. Mr and Mrs. Umphrey are cultivated and refined people and have a nice family of bright children They are both good musicians, and, altogether, they are too desirable a family to be allow ed to leave town. Our teachers. Duell and Howorthspent Sunday at their homes in Woodbine On Tuesday the carpenters will begin the work of remodeling the building re cently occupied by the Anchor, into an office for Dr Coon, who recently purchas ed the building. The Anchor has been moved to the base ment of the bank bu lding. Mesdames Wigg and Bashford visited in Denison on a shopping expedition Fr-i day Miss Sylvia Evans came home from Onawa on Wednesday and went to Chica go on Friday to be present at the grad uating exercises of Rush Medical college, where her brother Frank will graduate this week. She expects to visit the fair, and will then spend the summer in Arion. Larson and Carroll gave the excellent entertainment to an appreciative audience on Thursday night. Mr. Tryon was over from Manilla on Saturday looking,,.up building contractors. W ^jVIcHenry was an Arion caller on Saturday. Dr. King and wife, of Muscatine, visit ed their son, Dr. King, returning home on Saturday. Penelope club met with Mrs. ,Underhill on Friday. Tom Black is sodding his back yard, thus greatly beautifying the alley back of Hotel Arion. Wm Matlock and wife were called upon to part with one of the twin babes born on Saturday. Gooclfici? I^euJs. Jake Sachau and Mr. Dethman and Miss Dethman were over to Deloit Monday. Mr. and Mrs Jas. McKim and Miss Gertrude Latchaw visited friends the past week in our neighborhood. Miss Eflie Myers and Master Vernon are spending their vacation with relatives in Goodrich township. Mr. Chas. Smith is the owner of a fine two seated carriage. Mr. and Mrs Boysen and Mr. and Mrs. Marquardt attended the funeral of Mrs. Emma Witt Holander Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Schmidt attended the wedding of Mr. Schmidt Wednesday. Lovicie Morris came home Friday and visited the county seat on Saturday. Elsie and George Beaman attended the commencement exercises Monday at Deni son. Ladies', Misses' Masters Edmund and Gordon Luney spent the past week in Battle Creek, with relatives. H. A. Cuok was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. .1. C. Ivotr, v. hile in Denison Sunday. Miss Helen L'ester leaves today fcr Des Moines, where she will spend sev eral weeks visiting friends. Mrs. Jennie Luney entertained the past week Mr. and Mrs. James Sra'th, of Shelby, Iowa, and Mrs. Anna Pres ton, of Battle Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jones, of near Lte, attended the K. P. Memorial ex ercises on Sunday. Mrs. Jones is a sister to A. D. James, deceased. THE DENISON REVIEW DEN I SOX, IOWA. U'HD XKSDAY. JCNK 1.1. UXU. Broder Boysen entertained friends in the usual manner last Sunday. L. F. Morris went to Denison Tuesday by rail. Mrs. Gehring is visiting her daughter this wesk. Mr. John Anderson and ife visited his mother Wednesday. On Thursday occurred the sad death of J. P. Newton, whose funeral was held on Friday June IO, at 4 o'clock He was born Aug. 17, 1S44 died June 9, 1904. The particulars of nis death will be found on another page. Mrs. Liza Albright and children are visiting friends here. They will return home Saturday. Mrs Lehfeldtand daughter Minnie, of Denison, came out Friday on the after noon train. They will visit Mrs. Jessen, Mrs. Lehfeldt's daughter. Miss Bertha Snell is giving music les sons to the Misses Boysen. Henry Snell is here on a visit Mr. and Mrs Morris expect their daughter Mrs W. C. Lee and fanulv from West Concord on a visit. We would thank the friends and neigh bors for their kindness to us in our sad bereavement May God bless them. Messrs. Walker and Davis have ae tVio nnnt«io/i 4A* A I SUPPLEMENT. Bro. Southwell as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Newton Saturday and Sunday. Will Anderson is plowing corn for his brother John, who was hurt recently. Sadie Ne ton closed her school last Friday night with a good program. Louie Schmidt and son took a trip to the C'ty Saturday ISAAC AND STEVE NEWTON. MRS. SCOTT ITT. and irui OouJ City l^e co1£ Joe McColl returned home Wednesday from Des Moines, where he has been spending several days with his family. Mr. DeCue.of Woodbine, was transact ing business in Dow City Thursday. Mr and Mrs. John Howell and children of Kenwood, passed through our town on Saturday. Mr. Alex Christie, of Manilla, was look ing up business in Dow City Saturday. Mrs J. Woodruff, of Denison, came to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rae on Saturday. Sanford returned home Friday, having been to Council Bluffs, Omaha, Avoca and other places looking up busi ness. George V. Jordan, of Paradise, was hauling lumber from town Satur lay. Carl Nicholson came down from Carroll Saturday Suppose to see his best girl John Craiean went t: Fremont, Nebras ka Saturday P. Hall, the popular agent of the & N W went to Carroll Friday. Miss Stella Riddle and Miss Mary Smith went to Vail Friday evening to call on friends. The Misses Mildred and Emma Wiggins entertained the Priscilla club Tuesday af ternoon. and Juvenile Suits. Tailor made at great reductions, Note this: Suits that sold at $8.50 to $20.00 each are now going at $5.95 Each. jJn Opportunity you can not Afford to Miss. Ladies'ani Children's Oxfords and Strapped Sandals- Though season is advanced our stocks are not yet broken. Considering the values always 1 a XVMBKIl 14. Mrs. S. M. Replogle, of lied Oak, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs George Rae. Mrs. Fannie Alexander returned to Omaha Thursday, having sprnt several days visiting her sister, Mrs. H. Vengrov itch, in Dow City, Miss Vera Dow entertained a number of her friends Friday evening. Prizes were given to the girl that could pound the most tacks in the neatest manner in the shortest time, and to the boy who worked the neatest button hole Mrs. L. Boyd and Miss Emma Wig gins visited Mrs. James McBride near De fiance Thursday. Mrs. D. C. Kent and children took the train for a visit with friends in Dunlap on Saturday. Amos Ruad was at Ft. Dodge Friday to take an examination for telegraphy and station work. Wm Smith, ol Pretty Prairie, was in town Saturday and reports things looking fine out there. Mr. John Rollins, of Mapleton, was in town Saturday being here on a short visii with his wife's peopl-, Mr. and Mrs. Mar ion Cole. Mrs Charlie Davis, who has spent some time with her daughter, Mrs. Roger Paul, of Willow township, left for Glic'den Sat urday. I)euJs fltoout Deioit. We are very sorry a ball game is being indulged in within our city limits Sunday afternoons and hope the practice wilt soon be discontinued The citizens should not encourage this in any shape or form. It looks bad and is bad, first to those who profess Christianity and to strangers, who through our town_,_second the noise and confusion which disturbs "the peace Of those who desire to rest All ought to have more respect for the Sabbath. Some provision can be made through the week for the play. The excuse "too busy" is a poor one. Tis the Lord who prospers the work of our hands, and we have no prom ise that He will honor those who dishonor Him. We know not how soon we shall be called to account for our stewardship here, and our record suould not be of that character that we shall be ashamed of in the day of judgment. Mr. N. H. Brogden, Mrs. C. J. Cose and Mrs. Geo. Winans were at Omaha trading last week. Mrs. Eugene Brogden was on the sick list last week We learn Mrs. Grant Browne under went a surgical operation at the hospital in Fort Dodge recently and is doing nicely. The citizens were quite alarmed last Thursday afternoon to learn of the sudden death of James Newton. Mr. Swanson's boy was coming to town and found him lying across the road dead with his hoe in his hand, and gave the alarm. His funer al was held at the E. Church Friday afternoon by the Wall Lake minister ana considering the short notice, a great many gathered to pay their last sad rites to the deceased. We credit the town as being ore of the best places in existence to drop their work and attend ali funerals. S. Horr will sell ice cream next Satur day afternoon at his store. offered here in the shoe line it might be well for you to give ours a look. We can help you save yourself some money il you but give us the oppor tunity. MILLINERY. Summer Millinery is admittedly different from that prevailing during early spring. Should you desire something-es- summer wear make an early visit to our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Always ready to show and every ef fort made to please. a *5 amevs 3U\exvVm\ I Before you place an order for a Binder or a Mower call on me and see the BINDER" I Old Prices• LADIES' WRAPPERS Just received an immense line of the famous BEN HAM garments. They are made as well as the ad are tastily and pret tily fashioned—ma terials are prints, percales, dimities, lawns and satines— ight and dar1 col ors. Prices $1.00, $1-25, $1,5.0. 1.75, & $2.75. SHIRT WAIST SPECIAL. One lot odds and ends of col or waists— broken lots and sizes, which are going at your choice for 50 Cents Each. made and le Walter A. Wood line Co. ?%, These any trust or combine, land the machines are sed to be equal to any lee me before you buy, ioc\\xaxv, I SVqerA. D. om 1 oor the ital lan vso ng. fits me the md the ves jur ist-. v.'— the ter BE ON reek and |VD. aer )ak lay old ,wn S its. id a ter. iter is ent sh the a oud ved •om out 'ise eeu wd JSS. S 7 Order Fixing Dale For Showing Oppo sition to Discbarge. In the I'nited States District Court- South em District of Iowa. Western Division. In the matter of Thumis 1'. Black, 111 banl ruptcy. On this 13th clay of June, A. D., 1!KM. 011 flllne and reading the petition of the above named bankrupt for his discharge herein, it is Ordered, that the 27tli day of June, A. D.. 1!04. be and the same is hereby lived as he date on or before which all creditors of. and all other persons nterc.sted in. said estate and in 1 he matter of the discharge in bank-' ruptcy of the said bankrupt, shall, if they de sire to oppose the same, tile in my slid ottiee at Council UlutVv in said district their ap peatance. in writing, in opposition to the granting of said discharge: and also within ten days thereafter, file in my said oftlce specifications 011 tne grounds of said oppos'^-: tlon. Witness, my hand hereto at my office in Council Blutts, IOHM. ne clay and date herein above written. W. S. MAYSK. Referee in Bankruptcy. 'JL-1 WHY NOT 1 her Try CHAMBETUIS The Jeweler for a Watch or let him fit your eyes and stop that headache. Cotton Gotxti i/i'c it vrcat (leal season than u-c have been ate in securiiij many staples,it the II apron gingham lie a yard. 'e quote at the. old /trice, best te?