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LOCAL BRIEFS.
Miss Lillie Aebischer returned from
Wall Lake last week.
Frank Lally i« attending the high
school again this year.
Mr. aod Mrs Sum Lunfrreo returned
from Like OKoboji last Thursday.
Miss Helen Garber comniem-pa hi
sc ool in Hayes township last week.
Mr.Ed.Petersen is expected to arrive
from his vis-it to Germany this week.
Mr. .nJ Mrs. Henrv -Ueeves attend
ed* the eirnival at, Charter Oa-t lust
week.
Mr. and Mis. Lmil Kruger. of Scales
wig, were in Denison short time cn
Sunday last.
The finest supper you ever ate for a
quarter at the MeK'ni reading room
Friday evening-.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris have
moved into rooms in the Po'.tor resi
dence in north Denison.
Mr and Mr?. T. J. Kelly and av, arid
Mrs. J. H. Tamrn spent a few days the
past week at Lakewood.
Miss Allie Sewell gues to Chicago
this week where she will spend the
coming year in the study of music.
Monday was Labor Day and was ob
served in all the larger citiesr At Den
ison the saloons were closed during the
day.
Mrs. W. W. Ferguson returned Sat
naday evening from her visit at Clinton
and other points in the ea^tean part of
the state.
A prize fight was billed for Lakewood
the fitst of the week, but owing to thp
-small attendance the fight did not
materialize.
Miss Minnie Craft went to West Side
yesterday where she will teach in the
first grade of the West Side schools din
ing the coming yeai*.
Miss Polster returned Saturday from
her home in Baxter Springs, K,.u„ to
take up her work as musical instiuctor
in the Denison schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Morphy have returned
to Denison after a very pleasant vaca
tion spent visiting relatives and friends
in different parts
of the state.
Mearle Gable went to Indiaimla
Tuesday where he will continue bi.s
studies in Simpson college. Hp wi 1
finish the course there next spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Ef. F. Schwartz :inv°re
turned fr-un their long stay in Montana
and will spend the coming winter in
Denison occupying their hom" in North
Denison.
Mr. George Vincent of the Broadway
Grocery, has been confined to his rooms
at the Cooper Bont* the past few days
owing to illness. At this wriMt't? he is
reported as considerably improv
ed.
Mr. and Mrs. iljiOi-.-rt Roe visited
at the home of their cousin, H. Me
Williams Thursday. After spending
the past year in the West, they mv
now returning to.their .home in Chiea
eo
Prof. E. D. Lewis,
ty
ent ot the West Side schools, ivn* a
pleasant caller at THE REVIEW o!ti-e
on Thursday last. He has: only recent
ly returned from a summer's sojourn in
Colorado.
Miss Helen Pester writes the HE
VIEW that she is much in love with
her new position in Minneapolis, and
tnat she greatly enjoys city life. She
has a position with the Consolidated
Equitable Realty Co. a tirm doing bus
iness all over the United States.
•'Billy" Smith, well known ill Deni
son, and who was a member of the 51st
THURSDAY.
FRIDAY,
SATURDAY,
Hp.'^1f
1"*-
Court convenes next Tuesday.
Mrs. .J. W. Baker and two children
have been visiting relatives and friends
at Charter Oik this week
Remember the Eastern Star sapper
and so ial entertainment in tne Mc
Kim bjilding Fridav evening 5:30 :o
8:1
Mrs. W. G. Mjrris returned hut
Thursday from a two weeks visit, with
her daughters in Council Bluffs ttud
Seward, Nub.
On tbe iside pages of THE REVIEW
will be found an interesting descrio
tion of a lishing trip made recently by
Sec'y Sha-.v.
Mrs. Frank Pfarr is not expected
home for a month yet. At present she
is at Na,ntu:ket Beach and is having a
deli^ntful t:m -.
Mr. A. G. Wiliin of Chicago who has
been vis ting ar, the home of Fred
Berg's left for Chicago laat night after
a two weeks visit.
John Brown aad S.im Cole go to St.
Louis this week where they will exhib
it the Mc'dtnry herd of Aberdeen An
gus catt'.e next .veel-r.
Mr. W. E. Cole will aocomtnay the
boys to St-.. Louis this week where he
will help exhibit the McHenry cat-Lie
and also tike in the World's fair.
No preaching [services were held at
the Baptist church Sunday as the
church is in the bands of the decorators
undergoing repapering and general
renovation.
Everybody invited to see the window
display of the International Corre
si.oadendsnce Schools, of Scranton,
Penn. in the store of Chas. C. Rena
ming.
A number of new ads appear in this
issue of THE REVIEW, among hers
)ing a full page for M. M. Bamford.
Tbls together with a large amount of
0*ber work has compelled us to reduce
our reading matter somewhat.
The challenge issued by the Vailber
gers was accepted by the Uentsou
Hambergers and the game was played
at Vail .yesterday. As we go to press
Tuesday afternoon we are unable to
give the result of the game.
Mrs. A. C. Weeks is in Grand June
itiou, Colo., visiting with Mrs. R. D.
Garrison, and wili be gone about two
months. 0:i t-h° way out she stopped
at Hold red Neb,, to visit with Mrs.
F. Gable.
Friday evening the Eastern Star
ladies willgivj a iiae supper at tin
McK'.m ivailing room from 5:MU to
with aso.:ial and entertainment of var
ious kinds in the Masjnio, lodge room
above during th .: evening. The psv.v
for all is so attend and take your
family.
Mr. Frank Tighe. of Cneyenn-\
Wy a iv in is on
morning for a visit with his tinny fid
time fri-.mr's. Prank' has been at Med
icine IJovv, Wyoming ever since leav
ing Oeniso:, but has recently been
promoted to station agent at Cheyenne.
His fiiends were pleased to greet htm
Riv. G. 10, 'Morphy of the Baptist
Qh-U'ch, returned home last V/ednes-
superintend-i having suent two or three weeks
vacat.on on a trip to
.^Minneapolis, St.
Paul, aed Llismaivk, S. D.. returning
through Grundy Center, la., where ho
visited iviih Mrs, Morphy'o parents.
Mrs. Morphy is still in -Grundy Center
v.ith hat' '.patentr,
Iowa in the Philippines, was a Denison unusual at this tithe of the year aud
visitor on Monday. He i3 now located
at Cody, Wyo. and is one of the man
agers on one of "Buffalo Bill's" ranches
He was on his way to St Lovv* wi*b
tiain of unbroken horses ifol' Ml1. Cody.' gain: stay awity you lose,
MILLINERY OPENING
Sept. 15,16,17.
YOU WILL IT IE J0U MISS IT
Under wear &,ti osiery
For th% Boys and Girlt %Ving to school.
Necessarily must "be '2arable, have the
ir^qViired weight for 'V armth, and made
Vjerfectly to give.p'rdper fit and comfort.
MUNSING UNDERWEAR
The great forced adjustment sale of
the M. M. Bamford sto^k is causing a
vast amount of shop talk. The fact is,
it's fully jn3t:tied for the way they are
selling goods there certainly wuutd
cause a sensation any where. The
savings possible from Friday, Sept. 9th
to Saturday, Sept, 17th, certainly aiv
very opportune when all the gFall and
Wint ii' Goods are iholuded: The store
is closed dh Thursday to mark and ar
Ifaagc! the st-'jek. if you come its your
Always Perfect Fitting and Pop
ular Triced.
BURLINGTON
HOSIERY
Perfectly made, of fast
color and absolutely the
BEST hosiery values given
anywhere for the price we
ask.
SS-^S^
WITH
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COURT CONVENES TUESDAY.
Large Docket of Uninteresting Cases,
184 in All. Hon. F. M. Powers on
the Bench.
Frank Faul, clerK of the district
court, has iast completed the docket
for the next terra of enurt beginning
next Tuesday. The docket is much
larger than evtr before, containing in
all 18-1 cases. None of them are of
much importance and as there are but
nineteen trial notices Gieu t: term of
court does not promise to t.-e an enter
esting onr. There are ll.'Jia^v ca es,
35 enuity eases, of which 7 are for di
vorce, fi criminal cases, and BO probate
cases.
Hie. F. M. Powers will occupy the
bench. Tne grand jury is called for
Tuesday afternoon and the .petit jury
for Wednesday forenoon.
Tne clerk desires to call attention to
the fact that this the last term of court
before election and thos who desire
should ta'-re advantage of the oppor
tunity of taking out naturalization pa
pers to enable t'nem!to vote in the com
ing presidential election.
Let's see, are those Vail Irishmen the
same men the Bulletin was abusing so
strenuously three years ago'/
J. I. Gibson his accepted a position
as traveling salesman for the Richard
son Drug Co., of Omaha, and on Thurs
day last went to Omaha where he will
remain in the house a few days before
starting out on the route. He will
travel the Northwestern east to Boone,
fro Boone to Ft. Dodje, Ft. Dodge to
Cherokee, and back to Denison. Doc.
i9 well known over this particular
territory, and will no doubt work up a
good business.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
For week ending Sept. 6, lletters
for the following persons remained un
claimed at the Denison Postoffice:
Mrs Horner Hattie Hienchorke
Mrs Subor Miss Marie Mueller
When calling for the above please
say advertised.
F. W. Meyers, P.M.
GREATEST EDUCATIONAL INSTI
TUTION ON EARTH.
The International Correspondence
S-'hools of Scranton, Penn., is by all
odds, the largest and grandest educa
tional institution on earth. They are
graduating mors students monthly
than any other school or college in the
world graduates in a single year.
Their local representative, W. N,
Gaumcr, is in town for a few days and
is offering special inducements to the
people of Denison who wish to become
students in the schools. He even
promises a free concert will ba given
here injthe interest of the schools the
latter part of the week, announcement
of which will be made later.
A Great Sensation is the forced ad
ju-truenr, -ale of the M. M. Bamford
stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks, etc. The
••a'e begins Friday, Sept. SHh, and ends
Sept. 17th. Ever.,- thing in the house
is
irked
down. No one should miss
this great opportunity to lay in their
fall and winter supply of wearing ap
parei and dry goods. The store is
closed Thursday to mark and arrange
the stock. If you come, it's your gain:
stay ^way, you lose.
FOR SALE
wammamam
1 new 4x5 folding Ansco film
camera and lens complete
S12. Has never been used.
1 doz. 4x5 film cartridges, 12
xoosur.
Ueefi{§
,.
eh
Regular retail price of
eamera is $15
Reguiar retail iprivi of the films
is 90 Cfchti each.
Tiiese wils be sold separately
or "together. Inguire at the
REVIEW OFFICE
School Wearables...
Balle-Brodersen Co.
DENISON, IOWA
HlJUOWWW'lll^
Clauson
Bros,
Clauson
Bros,
WHY NOT A FAIR GROUND
In another column will 03 found a
"for sale" notic-i in which Mr. M.
Bohart oilers to ell his See farm lo­
cated just across the river to the south
ot Denison and only two blocks from
the Northwestern freight depot. Th-
the closing of the vacation period comes the
necessary overhauling of each child's wearing
apparel. Same will be repaired or made over or will
be replaced with the new. It is the purpose of this
announcement to remind each mother that here in our
store are stocks large enough and complete enough to
thoroughly clothe each and every child, and that, too, at
value giving popular prices. Our merchandise being of
the strictly reliable kind, we confidently expect a large
share of your patronage.
OlJP SchOOl ShOeS After a summer out of doors, boys and girls usually have a need
5
farm comprises a little over 7U acres
and is well improved, good buildings,!
all seeded. There is only about one
half acre waste land on the entire
piece.
the best water, furnishing sufficient
water for 50 or more head of cattle.
This farm would make most, excellent
grounds for an agricultural society or
racing association. There is not
that way. Our kind wear well and long. You may select here with confidence. For
Boys, ask for "Good for Bud Boys" Shoes
There is a line living spring of ever taking fourteen first rime* a
follow.-:
lnt Aged Bull on Western Star
1st Two year old Bull on Censor
1st On Bull caif Choice Goods
0 a
a foot Henry l-'tn.
of it ever overflows, and there is ample 1st On two year old heifer Blackbird
room for an excellent mile track. The McHenry 45.
1st On yearling heifer Abbess Mc
land to the south forms a. natural am
phitheatre, and the spring would
furnish water for all desired purposes.
Denison needs something of this sort,
street fairs and the like are a back
number and an association properly
managed would, we believe prove a
good investment. The grounds
ooula
fee \i§8il fOr circus, base ball &hd field
meets. It woiild kisb make a suitable
place for the httWing of big Stock sales.
Denison need4 a good fair ground,
other towns of its have them, and
they are payice investments. Who'll
form a company 'nd take advantage
of this opportuctty to secure the best
grounds iti t"h'e country?
-w/ys*.
..
Viatic..
ftargain.% tiure
If you are in the market for a good
Instfunicnt it will pay you. get our
prices on same before mak^
ing a purchase, It is the quality,
the low price and the easy terms
that give us sales# We handle noth^
ing but first-class instruments and
sell at prices that others ask for in^
ferior grades, Drop us a card if in
the market for a piano, We'll go
anywhere in the county to talk pia'
nos with you, No bother or incon^
venience to us as to you're location,
if you desire an instrument we're
there, We are in the business for
keeps.
"Claudcn $}rethers9
yiiren, Jewa,
HONORS COME IN PROFUSION
McHenry's Herd of Aberdeen Angus
Cattle Took Many Prises at the
Nebraska State Fiir.

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W. A. McHenry returned"last week
from rh- Nebraska Stat" Fair where
his herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle
were on exhibition. The fine herd at
tiacted no little attention and captured
all the prizes of any consequence what- Esperia! preparation
a
5th.
On heifer calf Barbara McHenry
Oa aged herd
On young herd.
On get of Sire.
On produce of cow.
ChauiDion Bull.
VhaiiiplOti
ioil Juflibr heiie#.
S A E
I, C. R. R. STOCK YARDS
THURSDAY.
FRIDAY,
SATURDAY,
Hot and Cold Lunches
Dinner and Hot Coffee
53^.
Clauson
s.
Clauson
Bros,
Gem Lunch Room
E. A. MALONEY, Prop
for
Circus
Under The "Hub"
•I*
Clothing Store
Hungry Cir%us
Peor1„
Can have their
tites satisfied and en r,f
the circus better if tliey
get their dinner at the
Elite Lunch Room
Main Street, Denison
World's Fair.
Ia addition todat.es previously announced,
the llliyoij, Central Railroad will sell round
'trip Couch Excursion tickets to St. Louis ou
Sept.-Ith and lllh. £10.00 for round trip.
SPECIAL SHOWING CLOAKS, SUITS AND SKIRTS
Sept. 15, 16, 17
DON'T MISS IT!
dps and
School Mats
Special preparations made to show the
most complete Childs' Headwear line. Ab
solutely the Newest Styles are being shown
here and in handsome varieties. (Second
floor.)
Children's Jackets
Just being placed on sale,
late designs.
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All new
The Largest Cloak
and Jacket Line
in Western Iowa

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