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B. G. SIBBERT, Mgr.
RETURN OF THE FAVORITE The Powerful Scenic Success A Slave See the Great Tropical Palm Island by Moonlight—The Gorgeous Palace of the King—The Great Volcano in State of Eruption—Most Bewildering Display of Scenic Embellishments. I i-Carload Scenic Effects-i 30-C a f-30 A Thrilling Story of Love, Hate. Passion, Intrigue, Revenge, Devotion and Heroic Daring. PRICES 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. MoiiK id Hi, 1. March IS. Chas. ]. Larson drove in from Kiron on business today. Miss Agnes Owens ^as a Denison caller one day last week. Mr. J. H. Clough is visiting at the home ot 'Mrs. Hemming. Mrs. Rider of Iowa City is the guest of ,her father Mr. Thiel. Mr. Emiel Pump, entertained a friend from Charter Oak Sunday. 3. Mrs. Osborne of Woodbine is a guest of her daughter Mrs. Gebert Mr. B, R. Morrow has been quite ill with la grippe the last week. Mrs. N. L. Savory has been on the sick list the last of the week. Attorney Korte, of Carroll made Deni son a business trip on Saturday. Miss Lillie Nordholm visited over Sun day Kiron returning home on Tuesday. Born on Friday March 10th to Mr. and Mrs. John Mullen, of Denison township, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fienhold of Ken wood were doing some shopping in this city Saturday. Miss Hart went to Woodbine Monday where she expects to remain for a month or six weeks. Mesdames Bryce and J. P. Jones were elected members of the Friday club at the last meeting. Mr. How of Ainsworth, Neb. was a vis itor at the homes of ,A D. Wilson and 1%- Sewell this week, Mrs Grace Jensen of Dunlap was an over Sunday visitor with her sisters Mesdames Morgan and Conner. Mr, and Mrs. E. E. Marks, of Buck Grove, were calling on relatives one day last week. Mr, Marks is still troubled with lumbago. Mr. E Gulick and Mr. C. L. Voss re turned from Washington last week and are now kept busy telling their freinds of the splendid trip they had. Mildred Randall daughter of Mr. Lon Randal), received the first prize offered by the Record Herald for painting a picture and received a fine copy of Litlte Women We think this was doing finely. .. There were many farmers in to hear the Gospel of Seed corn as preached by Prof. Holden and his assistants—Many farmers who' farm farms some farmers who have farmed farms and a sprinkling of those who farm farmers, The W, C. T. U. held its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. S. L. Gable on Thursday last. Short articles on tem perance were read and followed by inter esting discussions Mrs, Brown read a paper on The Influence of Narcotics which was enjoyed by all. John Hoffman was up from Carroll business Monday. in Dow City on Friday. last week. his usual health. 6ARDM SEEDS That assure bountiful crops now on Sale Ours Bring Results. CARPETS. CARPBK .-T $ if j? oa Mrs. F. A. Crandall visited her parents Mrs. W. H. Wiggins, of Dow City, was calling on friends here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Owens are entertaining their little grandson from Omaha. Miss Schafer has been confined to her bed the past week \vi*h throat trouble. Fred Boettger and family leave this week for their new home in Clinton Co. Wil! Haworth, of Dow City, was calling on friends and relatives in this city last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Sahr, of West Side, visited at the John Rohwer home Satur day. C. J. Stegemann left for Ash Creek, Minnesota, to look after some property interests. Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Namanny, were business visitors at the county seat one day O. A. Cooper and Frank Howarth drove up from Dow City yesterday to look after some business matters. Mrs. Small came out from DeWitt Sat urday to spend a week or so with her father. Capt. Wm. Familton. Dr. L. M. Coon of Arion, was an inter esting caller at THE REVIEW office yester day while in the city on business. Conductor Mason of the C. & N. W. is on the sick list this week and his place is being taken by conductor Everett. John F. Houlihan, recently a resident of the vicinity of Charter Oak, has rented the John Meehan farm in Hanover town ship. Isaac Howarth was down to Dow City yesterday to see his mother, who has been quite sick. She is much better at this writing. The many friends of Mr. F. Gibson were pleased to hear that he is slowly im proving. We hope he may soon regain The Presbyterian missionary society held an interesting meeting at the home of Mrs. Sears McHenry last Wednesday afternoon. There was a good attendance and one new member was received. Mr. John Richardson called at our office and paid for the REVIEW rip ti cn to get behind. for his 32nd year. We believe Mr. Richardson is our "Star" subscriber both as a continuous reader and as one who has never allowed his sub- Bascomb Nicewonger came in from Arkansas yesterday, where he has been acting as railway news agent. He finds that during his absence his wife has pro cured a divorce and is married to another man and with him is living near Logan. The teachers enjoyed themselves won derfully at the home of Mrs. Wygant on Friday night. The future was unfolded and many wonderful things foretold by a pictured fortune telling. These meetings have been bright spots all year in the hard working lives of our faithful teachers. Miss Culmer and Miss Iva Smith have been entertaining a friend Miss* Knight of Griswold, Iowa. On Saturday evening Miss Culmer entertained a few at tea in. honor of Miss Knight and in the evening Miss Culmer and Miss Smith were joint hostesses at the home of Miss Smith when the guests had a very pleasant social party. The Teacher's Social Club had an un- usally pleasant meeting Friday evening with Misses Schneider and Allsup, at the home of Mrs. Wygant who helped greatly in the entertainment by a surprise which consisted of a dainty lunch. The nature of the entertainment was "grabbing" from begining to end and all were de lighted with their good fortune. The newly elected members of the Fri day club are Pres. Mrs. Voss. Vice Pres. Mrs. Kemp. Secretary Mrs. Johnson, Trearurer Miss King, Critic Mrs. Mc Henry, Toast Mistress Mrs. Kemming. Delegates to the city federation Mrs, Kuhnle Chairman, Mesdames Boyle, Mc Henry and Van Ness. Delegates to the state conveetion, Mrs. Kemming, Mrs, Kuhnle alternate Mrs. Voss, Mrs. Johnson. SPRING 1905 PATTERNS. We have assembled for 1905 spring business—in our capacious carpet department what we believe to be the best selected stock of carpets it has ever been our privilege to put on sale in other words the largest, the best value giving stock of carpets ever displayed in Crawford county. We in sist, it willpay each and every prospective carpet buyer to to see our stock, get our prices. No need to go to a city stock, we have brought a city stock to you. Ask for prices on the following: 3-ply extra quality, all wool ingrains. Double, extra Super, all wool ingrains. Union extra Super. Sanitary extra Super. Sultana Cottage Carpets. _' 1 I *N A ft A -s fc. -V Jjv. ... Iff Chris Eggers visited West Side on Wed' nesday. M. M. McAlpin made Carroll a busi ness visit last week. Mr. Garrison and Earling went to Omaha Tuesday. Jesse Wiley of Dow City was a Deni- sonite on Thursday. Mrs. Schade goes to Des Moines Fri day to remain two weeks. Business called Mr. J. H. Tamm tc Council Bluffs on Thursday. MSi W. J. McAhren was called to Ralston, Iowa on business last Friday. Dr. E. Miller expects to go to Bjone Thursday to visit Rev. Mr. Harris Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jackson visited Dunlap friends the last of last week. Theo. Niemoth, of Berne, came over Saturday to spend a few days with Deni son friends. Mrs. J. Garrison has returned from Denver. He reports Miss. Lillian and Mr. Young improving. Mrs. John Murphy and son George came down from Rodney Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs Quade and other relatives. Mr. Chas Morris has resigned as ex press driver and has gone to farming. Ed. Maloney takes his place as express man. The Woman's Club elected Mrs. E. C. Laub as a new member on Monday. Papers were read by Mrs. Nash and Miss Marshall and Miss Verne Stocking played. Mrs. Gulick conducted a picture quiry. Do not forget that the Whaley orchestra plays for the next club dance and the gallery seats will be sold at twenty-five cents each. Nels Hansen and wife of Lake City are locating in south Denison. Mr. Hansen will have charge of the coaches from the I Mondamin life. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Haugh and daugh ter Marguerite, and the Misses Rose and Margaret Clark attended the Breen-Kral wedding at Vail Monday. Mrs. M. M. Bamford and Miss Fanchon returned on Sunday evening frcm a Chica go trip and now are perpared to show everything new in spring millinery. The revival meetings at the Baptist church have been characterized by consid erable interest. The meetings will be continued each evening at 7:30. Except Saturday. A cordial invitation to attend is extended. This is the only play on the stage deal ing with events in Old Mexico and its two years before the American Theatre goers have won for it remarkable popular ity, not only from a literary standpoint, but as a scenic production it has rarely been equaled for magnificence. The little daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bollen was destined for but a few days of life. The little spirit was soon called home leaving her parents heartbroken indeed. Funeral services over the little one were held on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Romans returned on Sunday evening from a trtp to Boone to visit Rev. J. B. Harris. Mr. Romans tells us that Rev. Harris is very ill and that unless there is a decided improvement in his condition this saintly man has not much longer to live. The grand concert given by Miss L. Estelle Ellis promises to be a great success. The City Federation of Worn- ans Clubs feel that all of our people have been very kind' and liberal with them and they hope to do something for the city. Don't forget the date, the 22nd of this month. Miss Randall has kindly consented to help and the concert will be well worth while. "A Royal Slave" which has created a sensation among play-goers of this county for two seasons will be seen at the opera house next Saturday March. 18th matinee and evening with the same cast and beautiful scenic effects that has made it so conspicuous and will be one of the notable events of the theatrical season in this city. It is seldom that local play goers of this country have such an op portunity of seeing one of the best things in the amusement world and it is to be hoped that Manager Sibbert's efforts in securing this excellent attraction will be appreciated. N R. C. Saunders was over from Manilla Monday. J-cob Kropf was down from Ells on •1 siness yesterday. rs. Mary Coleman was down from •'••'I shopping yesterday. enry Petersen of near Manilla, was a .0.:,ii„u business caller Monday. vde Brcgen, of Deloit, has been in 'I:. c:fy this week calling on friends. Miss Mariette Garey was down from W: .--i Hde yesterday calling on friends. hn Hine, one of the prominent farm er, Boyer township, is in the city to Chy oa business. rs I N. Haworth went to West Side Siiurday to visit former friends and n-iuhbors, returning yesterday. Roy Wedlock, Jake Brogden, Mike \lvt-rs and Harry Johnson are Deloit ^i-np!e who are transacting business here t:day. A Royal Slave" which is recognized as one of the very best attractions on the road this season will be seen at the cpera house next Saturday afternoon and even ing. The play which deals with life in Old Mexico is out of the ordinary run of m-:lcdrams and cives the scenic artist wonderfuf scope for some very elaborate scenic effects. This will be one of the very best attractions that Manager Sibbert will offer this season and he is looking forward to a well filled house. Rev. E. Morphy is conducting an interesting series of revivals services at the Baptist church. Denison certainly needs a revival of true Christianity. Christ ianity never harmed any man and it has been the guiding star of countless millions. The sorrows of the past few weeks tell us eloquently of the weakness of the flesh and would seem to urge us to claim as our own part of the great salvation, Christian ity offers to maintain. The city federation of clubs held a well attended meeting on Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Romans was paid the well deserved compliment of a re-election as was Mrs. Sears McHenry for treasurer. Both ladies have served the federation faithfully and well. Miss Jennie Austin was made re cording secretary and Miss Meyers cor responding secretary. After a number of reports of committees light refreshments were served and very much en joyed. Mrs. Morgan was to have given a talk on her visit to Washington but this was postpon ed owing to the lateness of the hour and the fact that Mrs. Morgan was still fatigued from her trip. $ 2 THE BALLE-BRODERSEN CO. DENISON, IOWA. It Pays to Get Our Prices Before Buying RUGS. Art Squares We are offering an opportunity to post yourself on rug values and compare them. The prices in every instance are tempting and in every instance the price at which the rug will be sold is marked in plain figures. Art Squares, all wool, all sizes. Smyrna Rugs. Wilton Rugs. Wilton Velvet Rugs. Axminster Rugs. Moquette Rugs. iniiku Tapestry Rugs. Body Brussel Rugs. Get our prices on Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Pole Trimmings, Brass Rods, Shade Pulls, Curtain Loops, Curtain Stretchers, Portierres, etc. —Two young calves for sale at fi.25 apieCe ,.i: A,F. BOND late. ^0 -1 1 Scott McKim is up to Deloit today to see his father, who is sick. T. W. Morris went to Deloit this morn ing to do some carpenter work. Attorney W. S. Moore is in the city from Manilla today on legal bnsiness. Capt. Wm. Familton has been suffer ing considerable from rheumatism of Prof. W. C. Van Ness and G. L. Cas well are attending hea3 camp of the W. O. W. at Davenport this week. Mrs. Jas. Rollins has been qnite poorly for several days from pleurisy' and is threatened with pnenmonia. Mrs. W. Strahaa, who has been con fined to her bed by the grippe for the past week, is not able to be up yet. Ex. State Superintendent R. C. Bar rett, was in town on business yesterday and delivered an address to the high school. Rev. Gauger and Wm. Van Dohlen went to Gladbrook today to attend the Northwest Iowa .district Sunday School convention. Preparations are being made by the Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church for a church social ...on Tuesday evening, March 28th. E. C, Chambarlin and A. F. Boylan just received about $150 as royalty on their patent watch case plyers. It is growing into quite a fortune. The subject of the morning sermon at the Psesbyterian church next Sunday will be "Moses' Invitation to Hobab." At night Mr. Bryce's theme will be "'Unto the Uttermost.'' At the last meeting of the W. C. T. U., March 9, 1905 the following resolutions were passed: WHEREAS—God has seen fit to visit upon our sister, Mrs. A, Sewell, this great affliction, the aeath of her husband. RESOLVED:—That RESOLVED Qffftc the members of the Women's (Christian Temperance Union extend to her our deep sympathy in this time of her sorrow, praying that God in His own gracious time may enable her to to say '"He doeth all things well that these resolutions be placed upon our records and published in the city papers and a copy sent to Mrs. Sewell. I MRS. S ''f: Committee GABLE -J MRS. T. SPRING HAVE COME E. PEARSON FLORENCE I. HOPE It would be a pleasure to show you our fine new line of Clothing and Mens Wear. We are proud of our new line and are sure it will please you. A prices ever offered in the county. Do not take our fanin word for it-^Come in and see. Children's Suits at Remember we give PIANO COUPONS With Every Purchase. Yours truly, Denison Clothing Co. C. C. KEMMING, G. A. Richardson was up to Vail on business yesterday, Pat Lane made a business trip to Arcadia yesterday afternoon, J. Schoarzenbach was looking after business at West Side yesterday after noon. O. J. Pett and J. R. Best, of Dow City are looking after business matters in the city today. 'J,, Mrs. Flora A Smith came over from Ute yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. W. Wright. W. B. Myler came down from Shelby, S. D. last week to visit relatives and buy stock for his ranch. M. M. McAlpin and family leave for Muskogee, I. T., on next Tuesday where they will make their fuiure home. We re gret to lose this estimable family from our community, but w?sh them success in their new home. C. R. in His infinite wisdom Splendid line—We have made a Special Bargain in 5 OWIIS Children's and Boys Suits and are prepared to give our customers the benefit. It is the best line at the lowest •fr Wilson came home from Frank ford, South Dakota, last night, where he has been teaching ?chool and looking after a farm for which he has traded. He will move his family ther.i about April 1st. His health is greatly improved since going there. Exquisite Taste and Elegance Mark the Modern Photographic Portraits Up-to-Date Methods, Mod ern Apparatus and acces sories, and technical skill• in handling them, place in the front ranks the products of the Ferguson Studio LAUB BLOCK Cmt W A 1*0111 wv CvQTS Ptoprtetof Nottinghams, Corded Arabians, Irish Points, V- -7. AM iiss fit ts\ 1 ji-L t-.s .1.U.I Wednesday and Thursday, March S9tli and 30th, MILLINEBY OPENING. Special showing Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments. Lace Curtains. All New (905 Designs. The array of patterns and values surprise visitors every day. Assortments are now at their best. SPECIAL MARCH SALE Advantage taken that opportunity offered, has placed in our curtain stock unprecedented curtain values. Every pros pective curtain buyer should also take advantage of this same opportunity. We will quote you prices when you come, and lots of them. Show you the goods, too. Brussels Cable Netts, Louis IV. Point De Luxe, All the good ones for 1005, Iffii Ti^ 7r»^t i.r, i. Point La Reve. Vs* $ & 1 W* M00SSKfli I ,xH •'.-J* |*:'**vf x' -f r. !%, W« O AJ