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THE DENISON
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E. F. TUCKER, Publisher.
Official Paper of Crawford County am
oity of Denison.
J. Published every Wednesday morulug.
sintered at the Postotllce in Oenlson.Towa.
seoond-class mall matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RA TES,
ONE YEAtt
BIX MONTHS
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A
$
...SI.-
DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES.
^Perlnch, time
Per Inch, 2 times
Per Inch, 3 times
Per Inch, 1 times...
Per Inch, 5 times l.i
fa&'All Bills Payable Monthly.
Mrs. P. E. C. Lallv went toChiuun:
Sunday evening for a visit.
Mr. Ernst (Riepen spent a couple
days the first of the week at Omaha,
Morning after election—Parker took
his early plunge in the Hudson.
Hail, happy day! The
are flying south.—Jefferson Bee,
Mr.
wand
Mrs. B. F. Philbrook mi
eon Rowland visited in Dunlap Sunday
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Conner and Mr. um
Mrs. Morgan took dinner in Dunlap oi
Sunday last.
Mr. Will Osborn of Valley Junction
Visited his sisters Mesdames Hugo Gt
bert and John Wieland, the past few
days.
Gus Hettman returned Sunday evei.
ing from Clarinda, where he and Depu
^y-Sheriff Cummins had gone with ai
insane patient.
Mr. Ed. Rannells and sister, Mis
Anna, were in Denison on Wednesday
Inst and attended the wedding of Mr.
Aeorge Lees and Miss Lillie Tate.
Mrs. M. E. Jones has received a let
ter from her sister, Miss Miles, notify
ing her of Miss Mile's safe arrival in
Argentine. She had a delightfnl sea
voyage.
,'-iMrs. V. S. DeLay arrived in Denison
on Saturday last. Mr. DeLay has
rented Mr. Hawk's residence Ion Tre
mont street and will soon be nicely
located.
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We predict that Thanksgiving
turkey9 will be cheap in Crawford
county this fall, Everybody will kill a
rooster so that they can count the
feathers.
The Southwestern Iowa Teachers
Association held a great meeting at
Red Oak recentlv at which time Supt
H, H. Savage of Denison was elected
president of the association.
It may be a pretty tedious job to
count the feathers on a rooster, one at a
time, but the person who takes the
pains todo it is pretty nearly dead sure
to win either the buggy or the phono
graph.
J. H. Gable returned from Pierre,
S. D., on Thursday. He was interested
it the State capitol contest and says
that Pierre won by a good majority
The flghi was a warm one between
Pierre and Mitchell.
The price of roosters are advancing
in Crawford county owing to the laroi
number which are being killed by
curious public anxious to count feath
ers. Don't get sore when prices soar
you're anxious ta know and "soar"
We are glad to note that Mr. C.
Klahn, a enison young man who at
tended Denison college and later
graduated from the Law Departmen
of the State University, was elected
County Attorney at Armour S, D. by
good majority.
THE REVIEW Rooster didn't 1o?r
single feather on account of election
He is just as lively and game as ever
and is anxious for every body to look
him over and estimate Tthe number of
feathers on him. He is on exhibit'on
at THE REVIEW oftice.
Chas. Cowser ok his departure
Sunday night for Chicago anil other
Illinois points where he will visit for a
time. During his residence in Denison
Mr. Cowser became quite popular
among the young people, who regret
his departure.
M. E. Jones received a letter recent
ly from Mr. John^Wakeham, of Cairo,
Egypt, in which he took occasion to
thank the old time friends who assist
ed in the funeral of his father, who
died recently at Amos, Neb., and was
buried in Denison. Mr. Wakeham
went to Egypt many years ago as a
missionary.
C- J. H. Taram, the implement dealer,
h'^has added a plumbing and heating de
partment to his establishment, and has
K^pecured the services of Mr. A. L. Dunn
formerly with the J. 13. Romans Co., as
general superintendent. 'Mr. Duun is
a good mechanic and Mr. Tarnm wi'l
no doubt make a success of his new
venture.
... We are pleased to note that R. D.
I Walker, of Armour, S. D., a son of
Mrs. Victor Hedmau of Denison,
THE PROHIBITION VOTE.
Result of Election on the
Socialist and Peoples
Crawford.
tn our hurry to get the last issue of
n.
RKVIP:W
whs
elected county judge at the recent,
election. lie received one hundred
more votes in'his counly than Roose
velt and two hundred lifr.y more than
his opponent. Mr, Walker rapid!'
climbing the ladder of tuccess and we
extend onr congratulations. He is a
young man worthy of success.
out after election we
unuble lo give the results as to
above named parties. The follow
•j table shows how the three pairtiet.
an
rilOHI- SOCIAL- PHOPI.ES
ToWNSniPS BITIOPl 1ST PARTY
»r.v 1
1 miabotny... 6 1
1
inson S
Ward 9 3
:.l Ward 0 1
:m Ward
•I 1 ford 2 11
li u-ter Oak... 2
1
Coroner Brailey will hold an inquest
at Brewer's undertaking rooms at 1
o'clock to inquire into the facts con
cerning the death of Hank Barrett.,
aged 35 years, who was run over by a
motor car on the street viaduct about
midnight Saturday. Barrett's body
was horribly mangled and it was neces
sary to raise the car before the body
could be extricated. Barrett was em
p'oved in the hide cellar at Armour's
and lived at the corner of Twenty
eighth and streets. A brother and
s.ster, Mrs. Dean, arrived from Vail,
Iowa, yesterday and word has been
sent to his father, who lives in Califor
nia. No arrangements have been made
for the funeral, but the inquest will he
held today at 1 o'clock. —Omaha
World-Herald, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1904.
TIenry Barrett was a son of J. C. Bar
et.t-, formerly of Denison, and a broth
er _to James Barrett and Mrs. Pat
D- sine of Vail.
TEACHER'S MEETING.
Program of the Vail Division of the
Crawford County Teacher's Association
to be held in Vail at the High School
Building Saturday, November 11), 1004.
at o'clock P.
usie
Arithmetic, its Study ami Teaching
Prof. W. c. Vun Ness
rim Ideal Primary School. .Miss Minnie Craft
The Value of tlie I'ublic School Literary
Society W. A. Maguiri
Music
The Teacher's Creed K. 1\ Gordon
What do Boards of Education expect
of the lJuhlie Schools?..Prof. F. 1. Lewis
Discussion Supt. F, L, HulTman
Nature Work in the I'ublic Schools
c.
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Prohibition,
1 icket in
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.-kbolm 10 1
v' it 1 1 3
.Vest Side 1
l.nover 1
r'Jti ... J1 2
niloswlg
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... 1
1
4
''iii-itdise 1
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Ellington... O 1 1
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74
4
47 13
STATE MEETING OF D. A. R.
Held at Council Bluffs Last Week
Success. Denison Delegates Nice
£'j ly Entertained.
The D-jnison D. A. R.'s attending the
state meeting at Council Bluffs last
v.-.-k were Meadames Alice Robinson,
A'. H. Laub, F. J. Young and E.
''.urch. They report a very good meet
in much interest being taken through
t. its session?.
Mrs. Dolliver, historian general of
the national organization was present
and
delivered an address on Continen
tal Hall, the national monument the
society is erecting to the memory of
the men and women who laid the foun
dation of the government of the Qnited
States.
.Married, on Wednesday, Nov. 9 1904
the Presbyterian church in Denison,
Vlr. George A. Lees and Miss Lillie
Tate, Rev. W. E. Bryce officiating.
After the ceremony the happy couple
returned to Dunlap near which placg
they will reside. Mr. Lees is a young
man of good character, education and
his prospects for a successful life are
very bright. Two years ago he came
to America from England and at once
began making preparations for the
the coming of his bride to be, who
arrived from her England home only
last week. The bride is an attractive,
well educated young lady who has
every faith in the husband of her
choice, in as much as she came all the
way from England tojoin him. At
present ther are making their home
with Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Rannels near
Dunlap. The REVIEW wishes them
much happiness iL. the step they have
taken.
Miss Clara Dobler
Music
All persons interested in Education
and every American should be, are
most cordially invited to attend this
meeting and take part in the discus
sions.'
'MAN IS AS OLD AS HIS
TERIES."
AR-
Tho saying is a true one. The ves
sels carry the blood and life, giving
nutrition and oxygen to all parts of the
body. The nerves keep those vessels
in heir normal and natural tone and
degree of elasticity, the vessels in turn
feed and furnish the nerves with the
nuueriar necessary to keep them in
tone. The muscle'", tendons and liga
ments surrounding and lying on the
vessels and nerves are kept in good
order by them, and as the muscles, ten
•tons, etc., of the body are contracted,
'iM'dened or congested, an'obstruction
'it-he natural working of both nerves
rl vessels is bound to occur. It is the
v:~itiflss of the Osteopath to regulate
::i
.d
correct any such disorder.
Call on or address
DR. E. D. MCLAREN.
T. U. COLUMN.
Under the Auspices of
Union.
the Denison
MOTTO OK TUB STATU OK IOWA.
lu the Name of Lioti, wo Will Set Up Our
Bunners
I'LEDOB.
"I hereby solemnly promise, by the help of I
God, to auhiuin .from al. distilled, fermented
and malt liquors, including Swine, beer and
cider, and to employ all proper means to dis
courage the use of and traffic in the same."
PDRITY PLEDGE.
1 solemnly promise, by the help of God. to I
hold tne law of puriiy as equally binding up-I
on men and women, and to use the utmost ef
lort^ to obey the command, "Keep Thyself
Pure:" to discountenance all-coarse language
and impurity in dress, in literature and art
tolend ahelping hand alike to men and wom
en, giving the penitent of both sexes an equal
chance to reform, as far as any assistance
and influence can do this."-
Time of Prayer—Noontide.
Badge—A knot of White Ribbon.
Method—Preventive, Educational, ETange
Untie, Social and Legal.
Watchword—Agitate,'Educate, Organize.
Dues--SI.00 a year.
At a meeting of the W. C. T. U. of
Denison, Iowa Nov. 10, 1904, a resom
tion was passed favoring a protest sent
out by the heads of all the prominent I
organizations of
,r
omen throughout the
country against the following and ask
ing that the word sex be stricken from
paragraph 5 section 3-21.
'A bill is now pending in Congress I
which proposes to unite Oklahoma and
Indian territories in'o one state under
the name of Oklahoma, and to combine
New Mexico and Arizona territories!
into a state under the name of Arizona
The portion of the bill threatening in
justice to women in the proposed new
states is found in paragraph 5 of section
3-21, which would allow these states,
when organized, to disfranchise minors,
criminals, lunatics, non.residenta, ig
noramuses and Women, This pari
readajas follows:
"Fifth—The eaid state shall never
enact any law restricting or aoridgim
the right of suffrage on account of race,
color or previous condition of servitude
or on account of any other conditions
qualifications, save and
or
ex :ept on account of illiteracy, minority,
s'is, conviction of felony, mental con-1
dition or residence provided, however,
that any such restrictions shall bi
made uniform and applicable alike to
to all citizens ."
The W. C. T. U. held a pleasant and
a profitable meeting at the nome oi'
Mrs. A. J, Bond, Nov. 10.
An| interesting report of the state
convention was given by our delegates.
Some new work was taken up and
committee appointed to arrange for
union meeting of the Sunday schools i.i
the different churches, to be held on
the fourth Sunday of November whiei
is universal temperance Sunday.
1
hclTempernnce Situation iu Kansas
Evidencejis constantly pccumulatiiu
to show the remarkable temperance
sentiment developed in Kansas under I
the prohibition law. At one editorial
convention in Manhattan the other
day
it was]
stated by one of the members
who had becn investigating the subjeei
that of the 783 newspapers and period-1
icals published in Kansasit was possible
to get a whiskey advertisement inti.
only sixty-one. In other states it is ex
pected that religious and temperance
publications will exclude all advertise
ments of liquor, but there is no state
save Kansas where the phenomena can
be observed of a practically united
secular press refusing this kind oi
patronage.
'It is obvious that, aside*from any
temperance principal possessed by the
editors, there is an overwhelming dt -1
nuind on the part of Kansas subscribers
to have this sort of. advertising exclud
ed from their papers. Audinviewof
indications such as this, the talK of re
submission in Kansas has little ground
to stand upon."
A Hood Complexion,
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f.ored by using DeWitt's Little Early
Risers" so writes S. P. Moore, ol
Nacogdoches, Tex. A certain cure for
b'-llousness, constipation, etc.
F*ee
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THE ELECTION IS OVER AND
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ed
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ji. especially our fall suits, overcoats,
Ipraincoats, cravenettes etc. ip In which
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But THE Hub never dissa
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Air our fall oroods have arriv­
W we can show you all the newest pat
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means, you will be surprised at the
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Buy from us once and you will
always remain a customer of ours.
REMEMBER! We guarantee
satisfaction.
iiii
PETERSON
YORK APPLES
"y^E have received a car of New York Apples,"
the best to be obtained and we are
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are different varieties. Phone us at once
barrell.
BROADWAY GROCERY
GEO. H. VINCENT, Proprietor.
The Bost Security
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each share holder
Preside!!'
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For Eurwsj S'-y-'es.
For1
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for a
Capital $100,000. Deposits $450,000.
Crawford County State Bank,
DENISON,
IOWA.
Tins Bank is incorporated uuder the laws of the Staf
the best security to all depositors, not only to the ainov*
3onal
property
of
lioldeu to the
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cue published statements are made. L)e
more security than the confidence in'
junty, because the capital stock
tion and investment. The CV
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Passage Tickts S'-'
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