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*\§M Dainty Easter
Must soon be selected.
Can anything be found
more perfectly suited to
the season than photos of
•...• the children.
or single pictures of the
little tots are always wel
come gifts and the Easter
season is the children's
spring time.
Our facilities, experi
ence and best efforts are
at your service.
Photographer, Lavb Blk.
Waldo Kahler has returned from Traer,
Chas Morris will assist Mr Orr farm
ing this season.
Jake Micbels was up from Arion on bus
iness Monday.
Miss Emma Barcber will teach near
Deloit this spring.
Perrjr Marshall was an over Suuday
^visitor in Omaha.
Mr Herman is convalescing from a.
Vv-. siege of the grippe.
•j Miss Anna Bierne of Vail, was a pleas-
ant Denison visitor on Sunday.
It' seemed like August to 'have all the
school ma'ams with us last week.
Miss Hasel Mahan of Vail visited
Genevieve Lally the first of the week.
Mrs. Garrison expects to go to Chicago
the last of the week for a short stay.
W. G. Morris and wife and two little
girls left on Saturday night for a visit in
Miss Kate Cavanaugh closed a success.
ful term of school in Morgan township on
ast Friday.
Miss Blanche Gable is'Visiting friends
in Boone and from there she goes to Des
Miines for a visit.
F. ]. Branaka of the Schleswig Leader,
was a pleasant Denison visitor on Satur
day and Sunday last.
H.A.Newman of Arion, was looking
after some business and calling on his
friends here yesterday.
Mrs. Ed. Lane is enjoying a visit from
her sister, Miss Kittie McCormick, of
.Carroll, this week.
Mrs. Roberts who has been the guest
of Judge and Mrs. Conner returned to
ap".her home on Tuesday morning.
OMrs. Schade has been elected a member
of the Shakespeare Club. The Club had
a very interesting meeting with Mrs.
This is the time for all good citizens to
preach good roads The time for practic
ing what we preach in this direction seems
*l, never to come.
tyijf The Denison chapter of the D. A. R.
iS^will hold their regular meeting in the club
A room of the Library building, Monday
March 27, at 7:30 p. m.
Howard Wilson finding himself in
t-'"•'Omaha on a market trip delighted his
^parents by a run up to Denison. He is
looking fine, and reports everything well
with him.
Judge Conner is leading a strenuous
rf/ life. Every day sees a fresh delegation of
vsi^prominent citizens from some part of the
district down to see him. On Saturday
six of the'leading citizens of Pocahontas
.} called, relative to a postoftice matter.
The Womans' club held their election
on Monday. Mrs. Ley was elected presi
dent, Mrs. Morgan, vice president Mrs.
Cochran, secretary: Mrs. Criswell, treas
urer Mrs. Plimpton, critic. Delegates to
^, City Federation, Mesdames Pierce, Gu
5) lick, Garrison and Burch.
Friday club meets this week.
Ancil Wheeler took a trip to Omaha
Miss Bradbury was in attendance at
the teachers meeting Friday evening.
Mrs. Sears McHenry has been quite ill
the past week but is able to be out again.
Miss Goddard of Dow City was the
guest over Sunday of Miss Anna Schu
Mrs. Dr. Miller went to Bedford, Iowa
Monday for a two weeks visit with her
Miss Helen Phelen returned to Omaha
on Saturday. Mr. Phelan is much im«
proved in health.
The Pioneer engine company holds a
meeting to-night and the members are
requested to be present.
Ths Misses Anderson of West Side were
the guest of Miss Emma Raine during the
teachers meeting.
The P. E. O.'s had a St. Patrick pro
gram and each member had a shamrock
to wear in honor of the day.
Miss Pennell of Odebolt attended the
funeral of D. O. Johnson and while here
was the guest of Mrs. Harding.
Mrs. N. Smith and daughter Marion
were the guest of her brothers, Green and
W. J. McAhren enroute to Chadron, Neb.
Mrs. McClellan came down from Car
roll this week to look up a residence here.
Their many friends will gladly welcome
them back.
Miss Genevieve Lally, Denison's gifted
violinist has now arranged for lessons with
an Omaha artist and will visit that city
each week hereafter.
WANT to RENT—3 to 5 room bouse
within 6 blocks of Johnson's Book store,
by small family who pay their rent.
Address lock box 1039 Denison, Iowa.
Fred Bradbury's team ran way Satur
day evening as he was delivering in east
Denison the wagon was considerably
demolished and the driver and team were
Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Gulick
gave a lovely dinner in compliment to
Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Dr. Ashby. }The
evening was a delightful one for all the
Mrs. Wells is at Mr. Jacksons while
Mrs. Jackson is in Council Blufls at the
hospital, it is reported that she is improv
ing a fact her many friends will be pleased
to hear.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Voss gave one of
the charming dinner parties for which they
are so famous in honor of Mrs. Roberts.
Sixteen covers were laid and the dinner
was perfection.
On Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Scriver
gave an elegant dinner complimentary to
Mrs. Roberts, the guest of Mrs. J. P.
Conner. A very social and pleasant even
ing was spent..
The S. S. Club had a very enjoyable
meeting Tuesday evening. Mrs. Criswell
assisted the committee as Miss Hart was
chairman, and Mis^ Goodrich had charge
of the program.
The whist club had a delightful meeting
on Thursday evening with Miss Osborn
and Dr. McConnaughney at the home of
the home of Mrs. Gebert. Splendid re
freshments were served.
The First Voters' Club which took such
an active part in the campaign last fall is
much interested in the candidacy for Mr.
J. H. Walker for city solicitor. The boys
feel that they are entitled to recogni
tion from the older republicans of Denison
and we hope they will get it.
Mr. Frank Slater rode in on horseback
yesterday to do his trading as he says the
East Boyer roads are too bad for heavier
traffic. The only reason Frank did not
take a REVIEW map home with him was
that he could not well carry it on horse
back. He has one coming however.
Monday night Judge and Mrs. Conner
gave a whist party in honor of their guest
Mrs. Roberts. The party was very
pleasant and the guests 'were, glad to be
gathered beneath the Conner roof once
more. The guests had a gay time at
whist and enjoyed a very nice supper-
Mr. J. L. Ainsworth visited Deloit rela
tives on Monday.
E. H. Leise was down from Ells on
business Monday.
Rev. Father M. J. Farrelly visited in
Vail on Monday.
Miss Carrie Morris went to Council
Blufls on Monday.
Mr. John Lass made a business trip to
Glidden on Tuesday.
Peter Miller was out to Schleswig 0:1
business Monday and Tuesday.
J. Moffitt was over from Buck Grow
on a business errand Thursday.
C. L. Voss was looking after loan bus:
ness over at Pisgah on Friday.
Mrs. Dr. Ashby of Fairmount Xebr. re
turned to her home on Monday.
J. L. Ainsworth and A. G. Myers were
Deloit visitors Monday afternoon.
Mr. E. F. Tucker went to Fremont,
I*eb. on Monday on a business trip.
A. J. Kelley and Max Hueschen of West
Sidj, were Denison visitors on Tuesday.
The roads are the best we have known
then any spring for a number of years.
Mr. H. C. Walker left on Tuesday for a
to Denver and other Colorado points.
Mrs. Willis Wiggins spent the fore part
of the week with her sister in Dow City.
There will be services held in the Epis.
copal church every Friday evening, until
Mr. C. W. Ferguson of Stuebenville,
Ohio, is the guest of his sister. Mrs. Rob
ert Murchland this week.
Mr. B. F. Lesher joined the homeseek
ers excursion to Hot Springs this week
He promises to be back to keep us cool
this summer however.
Mr. Ben Smith has purchased a fine
bull calf, Ralph Nickleby of Dr. H. A,
Boyle. The consideration was $120.
Quite a sum for a 17 months calf but it is
a fine animal.
Mrs. Annie A. Barbour who has been
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Chas.
Heaviland for the past two weeks, return
ed to her home in Stratham, New Hamp
shire Monday evening.
Mr. Fred Marshall and Mr. Perry
Marshall returned on Monday from a
brief visit Mr. W. H. Marshall at
Omaha. Mr. Marshall has been an inva
lid for the greater part of the winter but
is now gaining.
Mrs. H. F. Ruby of Glidden spent Sat
urday and Sunday in Denison visiting her
husband the efficient job foreman of the
REVIEW office. Mr. and Mrs. Ruby ex
pect to move to Denison this spring as
soon as they can get a suitable house.
On Thursday and Friday evenings of
this week there will be preaching services
at the Presbyterian church, Rev. W. J.
Crisswell of Vail preaching on Friday.
Prayer services will be held as usual next
Sunday morning and evening.
Mrs. Oner Dow of Garner, Iowa, will
speak in the Methodist church Sunday,
April 2, on Missions, both morning and
evening. She is an interesting speaker.
The Women's Foreign Missionery society
cordially invite you to attend both of these
Hon. Jno, W. Geiger, the state organiz
er of the Woodmen of the World will give
a lecture on Wood-craft and fraternal in
surance, under the auspices of the "wood
men camp of Denison. This {lecture will
be given at the Opera house and will be
free to everybody. Mr. Geiger is a lectur
er of wide reputation and no one should
miss this opportunity to hear him.
Mr. Chas. Bullock and wife have re
turned from their California visit much
improved in health. Mr. Bullock denies
the lobster story told in a recent REVIEW,
in toto and promises that next week he
will write a letter for THE REVIEW which
shall tell the facts about the Denison peo.
pie in California and make them sorry
they ever told such a fairy tale about him.
The Chaplain as an expounder of plain
unvarnished tales ought to be good and
we await his letter with interest. At any
rate we are glad to see Mr. and Mrs.
Bullock once more in Denison and to
learn that they had a delightful trip.
Spring Opening Display
Of Ladies' Apparel
Together with the preliminary showing of Easter Millinery we will show an extensive array of Ladies' Spring and
Summer Tailored Suits, Covert Jackets, Silk Suits, Separate Skirts, Shirt Waists of every conceivable material, all
the newest, brightest 1905 fashions.
Complete, new showings of Wash Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, Belts, Neckwear, Hand Bags, Jewelry
Novelties, etc.
Mrs James Fitzgerald has sold the two
south lots of the property where she lives
and the new owners are making prepara
tion to build a residence.
Mrs. James Rollins, who has been very
1 with pleurisy and pneumonia for the
past month, is reported as being on the
giin. Her host of friencs throf.ghout the
county join -in wishing her a speedy con
'vW.v -y
Penelope had a delighttui meeting with
Mrs. Kelly. The membership was enlarg
ed to .twenty-five and Miss Meyers and
Mrs. Pfarr. who have been honory mem
bers were elected to full membership.
Mrs. J. M. Kilborne, the trained nurse
in attendance upon our boy during his at
tack of pneumonia, was called to her
home in Sioux City today by news of the
death of her father. Mrs. Kilborne is nn
excellent nurse as many of her patients
can testify.
Mr. A. C. Balle and Mr. B. Broderson
have been to Chicago attending an exhibit
of store fixtures in order to get ideas for
their new store. Mr. Balle stopped to
visit Clintcn relatives on his way in to
Chicago and Mr. Brodersen will visit his
daughter at Iowa City on his way home.
The Northwestern Good Roads Specia
and the Illinois Central Seed Corn Train
will be in Denison the same day. Thurs
day April 13th. Those who failed to hear
Prof. Holden before should take advan
tage of this their last chance, aid every
one should go to the Good Roads train.
J. L. Riggleman of Deloit, was a Deni
son caller yesterday. He tells us that he
is doing well with his fancy stock raising
and that the advertisements he has placed
in THE REVIEW from time to time have
never failed to bring purchasers and to
help him. Just at present he has bu one
bull left for sale.
The City Council at its meeting Monday
night finished passing two new ordi
nances, one covering misdemeanors and
one covering licenses. The revision of
both of these ordinances was very much
needed and they are now in shape so that
they will be of some use. It is the in
tention of the Council to revise all of the
ordinances of the city as soon as possible.
Dave Reilly, the crack base ball player
of Vail, has signed with the Waterloo
league team for the coming season. We
believe he will be a credit to any ball
club, but the Vail boys will miss him sore
ly. We also note that Dr. Pomeroy, who
practiced dentistry he.e for a short time
has become a professional player and will
play with the Marshalltown league team
this year.
We call attention to the statement of
the First National Bank of this city as
published in this issue. Their assets are
over three quarters of a million dollars.
It is a splendid statement and shows that
this Bank continues a steady growth.
The Schleswig Telephone Co. has been
making some extensive purchases in the
line of extensions lately. Last week the
company purchased of the Crawford Co.
Telephone Co., half of the metalic circuit
between here and Denison and also a dis
tance cf five miles on the toll line between
here and Ricketts. The toll line from
Schleswig to Boyer, including the Kiron
exchange, was also purchased. The line
from Boyer extends halfway to Deloit and
to the Sac county line. The purchase ex
tends about 30 miles in all, and gives the
company about 190 or 175 miles of new
toll throughout the county. The purchase
of these lines cost the company consider
able money, and with what had heen in
vested heretofore the amount will reaeh
ten or twelve thousand dollars. —Schles
wig Leader.
Do you realize that when the roads are
bad and the people are kept indoors is
the time when the county paper is read—
every line of it. When the roads get good
and the weather fine the farmers and
their wives will have little time to
read. If they intend buying spring goods,
a new dress, new clothes, new machinery,
seeds, wall paper, carpets, fnrniture or
paint. Now is the time they are thinking
about it andreading about it
We extend to every lady in Crawford Co.,
an invitation to visit this shaving
The Balle-Brodersen
Mr. Dr. Toon of Dow City was a Deni
son visitor Friday.
Miss Clara Servoss of Vail visited Deni
son friends on Friday.
Clair Butterworth of Dow City was a
Denison guest last week.
Mr. O B. Southwell made Boone a
business visit on Tuesday.
Mr. E. F. Tucker paid Council Bluffs
a business visit on Friday.
Mr. C. M. Jensen of Dunlap visited
Denison relatives last week.
Rev. Dr. E. Miller spent Thursday in
Boone, visiting Rev. J. B. Harris.
Mrs. G. F. Lochmiller is visiting at her
former home at Manilla this week.
Mr. J. W. Miller of the Bank of Deni
son made a business trip to Deloit Tuesday.
Mr. E. Gulick spent St. Patricks aay
in Glidden looking after business matters.
Mrs. P. D. Hall and children of Dow
City visited Denison friends on Saturday.
Prof. W. C. Van Ness went to Carroll
on Friday where he addressed a teachers
meeting. 1
Attorney J. A. Phillips and Mr. Alex
Black of Dunlap spent last Thursday in
Mr. Wm. Savery spent Saturday in
Woodbine. Mrs. Savery who has been
qnite ill for the past months is now con
Mr. G. W. Carpenter is carrying his
face in a sling as the result of an overdose
of erysipilas.
St. Patrick's day did not seem to
arouse the wonted amount of enthusiasm
this year. What is the matter with the
Sons of Erin?
Dow City was represented in Denison
by numerous shoppers among whom were
G. W. Huntington, B. Sharp Jesse, Wiley
and J. W. Bonsall.
Mr. Wm. Gilbreath went to Council
Bluffs last week to undergo a surgical
operation. He is reported as doing nicely
and he is expected home this week.
Mr. John Wieland spent Friday in Dow
City on business. We understand that
John has decided to locate in Denison and
etter the real estate business. He is a
good hustler and we wish him success.
Mrs. W. W. Jackson who has been in
Council Bluffs hospital for the past week
is said to be improving after a severe op
eration and to be on the road to recovery.
This will be good news for her many
Amoung the items omitted from our
last issue on account of the editors being
off duty was that Mr. and Mrs. P. E. C.
Lally, visited their son Addis at Notre
Dame Ind. They found him in good
spirits and \'.'ell at the head of his classes.
The following from the Loup City
Northwestern will interest many Crawford
county peodle as the bride Miss Irene
Gibson was born and raised in this county
Married, at the Methodist parsonage,
Sunday morning, March 12, Mr. James
R. Warrick to Miss Irene Gibson, both of
Webster township, this county, Rev. W.
I. |Cowell officiating. The bride is a
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. R. H, Gibson
and one of Sherman county's brightest
and most attractive girls, a graduate last
year of the Loup City schools and a pop
ular teacher of this county. The bride
and groom are well known and highly re
spected young people have the best wishes
of all in this most important event in
their lives.
Mr. Cyrus Sprecher, one of Denison's
oldest and best pioneer citizens, is, at this
writing, very ill. He has been confined to
his home all winter, but in the past few
days he seems to have grow much weak
er. It is the j-incere hope of his many
friends that the returning spring may
bring him renewed health and strength.
Mrs. Shaw is doing splendidly and ex
pects to be able to return to her home in
Washington by the first of April. This
is such good news to all the Denison
people who love Mrs. Shaw dearly and
are proud of her every act. We congrat
ulate her and her family on her speedv
Rumored That Charter Oak
Bank Changes Hands.
Officials of Crawford County State
Bank Said to Have Purchased Con
trolling Interest.
A laige financial transaction involving
the con IkUl the Farmers State Bank of
Charter Oak is persistently rumored and
it is stated that several officials of the
Crawford State Bank have purchased the
controlling interest and will virtually
control that institution hereafter. The
death of Mr. D. O. Johnson made some
change in the management of the bank
necessary and the purchase is said to have
If the purchase is consummated Chart
er Oak can be congratulated upon secur
ing one of the most solid banking institu
tions in the county, an institution which
will be of great help in the up-building of
the town and its industries. The Crawford
County State Bank has been growing in
influence and importance with every year,
with co-ordinate banks at Schleswig and
Charter Oak it will become still more a
financial factor in the county.
It is further rumored that Mr. C. J.
Kemming will be placed at the head of
the Charter Oak bank. This rumor is
denied however and it is the hope of
their Denison friends that Mr. and Mrs.
Kemming will remain in Denison.
Auditor Theobald Appoints Herman
Harthun Deputy Auditor to^Suc
ceed M.J. Collins.
Auditor Theobald informs us just as
we go to press that he has appointed Mr.
Herman Harthun as deputy to succeed
Mr. M. J. Collins, the appointment to take
effect in April. Many friends of Mr. E.
T. Cochran urged his selection for the
position but Mr. Theobald left that he
wished a German in the office if possible.
Herman Harthun is well known through
out the county, he is bright well educated
and will make a splended deputy
President J. E. Balle has called a
special meeting of the Commercial Club
for Thursday evening March 30th. at 8:15
o'clock, for the purpose of perfecting ar
rangements for a good attendance at the
Good Roads and Seed Corn trains on
Thursday April 13th.
or THE iiS
First National Bank
At Denison, Iowa, at the close of business on»r-v
the 14th day of March.,1905,as required
by the Comptroller of the Currency.
Loans and Discounts 1504,705 06 .»
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 4,658 26
United States Bonds to secure cir
culation 100,000 00
Bank Building, furniture and fix
tures .... 15.000 00
Due from Approved Reserve Agts. 119,095 74
Checks and other cash Items. ... 427 60
Notes of other National Banks 1,000 00
Fractional paper currency, Nickels
and Cents 144 45
Specie 6,000 85
Legal Tender Notes 13,000 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 percent of circulation).... 5.000 00
Total $700,035 96
Capital stock paid in $100.000 00
Surplus fund 25,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 0,424 93
National Bank Notes outstanding. 1(0,000 00
Individual Deposits subject
to check 189,540 83
Demand certificates of Deposits 75,311 50
Time Certificates of Deposits 269,758 71
Total $769,035 96
I, Sears McHenry. cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true and correct to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
subscribed and sworn to before me this
22d day of Mar., 1905. E. W. FIERCE.
[SEAL.] Notary Public.
Correct Attest:
M. S. MCHENRY, Dtrectors

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