Marks every portrait pro
*•'".5 tluced by the
Mr. F. W. Mundt made Chicago a visit
last week returning on Thursday,
Mr. L. C. Butler of Arion transacted
business at the county seat on Friday.
Mr. J. W. Miller Jr. left for his home in
Manning on Saturday to remain over the
Mrs. E. W. Pierce is spending the
week wtth her friend Mr?. J. B. Harris
We are glad to learn that Mr. Wm
Marshall sr. of Omaha is rapidiy regain
...ing in health.
JPqjlMr. and Mrs. E. H, Smith left on Mon
day for a visit with their son Will at
Mr. Dan Hemphill of Buck Grove was
one of the old settlers to favor Denison
with a call on Saturday
Dr. 0. W. Can's book of accounts is left
A at the Hank of Denison and those wishing to
settle tlieir account may do so by culling.
Clyde Cochran now of Omaha is a Den
ison visitor this week at the home of his
I father, Mr. E. T. Cochran.
Kerosene and Gasolene Stoves cheaper anil
fetter than ever. \Vygant2
tit*. Edith Baker of Sioux City is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. ]. F.
Rudd for a few days of this week.
Kreso Dip" better and cheaper than any
other Dip on the market. For sale at
Mr, and Mrs. F. C. Evans are the most
welcome of guests at the home of Dr. Wm.
Iseminger this week. Frank has a ''trick'
in the train dispatcher's office of the Nickel
Plate railway at Fort Wayne, Ind. It is
a first class position and Frank is proving
himself one of the most expert in his line.
Purity, Accuracy, Competency, I'roir.piles
Courteous treatment is oar Motto
ifS Among the former Denison boys to visit
the old home this week is Mr. Chas
Johnson son of Mrs. C. Johnson of this
city. Charles is now located in Amarillo,
Texas in the employ of the Western
Union Telegraph Co. and is holding a
*]jLuPl!a Allen, teacher of Violin, Mandolin
"and Guitar, will receive pupils every Wed
nesday at. Hotel Normandy. Miss Allen is
pupil of llcnry Scliiadllclt. who Is at head of
conservatory, lterlln, Germany, for a number
of years. 23.tf
Col David B. Henderson, ex-speaker of
,the House of Representative?, sustained
a sevrre stroke of paralysis last week Mr
Henderson's health has been precarious
for some time. His many friends
throughout the state and nation hope
that he may be spared many years to
enjoy the rest which he so much deserves,
after his long and arduous duties in the
A. G. Martyn has teen spending
the week at home.
|§|Mr. and Mrs. Cha?. Morris are visiting
Council Bluffs relatives.
Mr. yi. ssenbrink of Dunlap was a
^.Denison visitor on Sunday.
Mr. W. N. Schouten of Dow City visit
ed Denison friends Saturday,
Dw L. M, on of Arion made Deniscn
a business call on Wednesday.
iU'1' «W »Wk
Mr. P. H. Breen of Vail spent Friday
Mr. Silas Streeter of Deloit spent Mon-
Mr. Ninus Hunt visited his mother in
Deloit on Sunday.
Mrs. Harry Mann is visiting Nebraska
relatives this week.
Mr. C. L. Voss spent Friday in Cam 11
oi a bnsiness mission.
The Misses Emma and Lilhe Raine
spent Saturday in Omaha.
Miss Clara Servoss of Vail, visited Den
ison relaiives on Friday.
Architect E. R. Barber visited Dow
City en business last Friday.
Miss Maggie Champion of the Bamfoid
store »isitea Vail friends on Friday.
Mr. M. J. Carduff visited his parents in
Dan ap the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bullock returned
on Friday from a week spent in N.braska.
Mr. C. Butterworth or Dow City were
Sunday visitors at the Montgomery home.
Mr. J. P. Duncan returned on Sunday
from a weeks' visit with his son at Dow
Superv:sor Henry Maynard and wife of
Jackson township were Denison visiters on
Mr. and Mrs. Lentz and daughter, now
of Deloit were Denisoa shoppers the first
of the week.
Mrs. J. P. Naughton and children
returned home on Saturday from a visit
with Vail friend--.
Miss Eda Louis of Iowa City is expec:
e.l this week for a visit with her sister,
Mrs F. W. Mejers.
Mr. J. F. Denahy o£ Sioux City, visited
his sister, Miss Stacia, last week, return
ing to his home on Friday.
Mrs. E. Ewing and son who visited at
the Conner home last week, returned to
their home in Humphrey, Neb.
Miss Lillie Raine is in Scranton this
week attending a house party of about
twenty Simpson students.
Mr. F. Hamilton Bo&d spent the first
of the week visiting his father Dr. L. L.
Bond. Mr. Bond is a prominent attorney
of Fonda, Iowa.
Mrs F. A. Smith of Ute visited her
sister Mrs. W T. Wright on Friday.
One purpose of her visit was to attend the
meeting of the Women's club which was
held at the home of Mrs. W. E. Pierce.
The special trais carrying Secretary
Taft and his party passed through Deni
son on the Northwestern early Sunday
morning. The party consists of about
eighty persons and will visit Japan, China
and the Philippines.
Bee Hives. M. N. Smith. 22-51*
Hon. P. E. C. Lally has been at home
for the past few days but returns to 0«i
boji this week. He has had his pony ship
pad to the lake for the benefit of the chil
dren who are having a fine outing and en.
joying the summer greatly.
l'leck's Stock Food 15.00 per cwt. Guaran
The Mioses Evans who have been in the
employ of the Omaha Ticket Co for the
past three years have severed their con
nection with that institution and will re
turn to their home at Missouri Valley.
During their residence in Denison they
have made many friends. They are hard
working, self-respecting young ladies We
are genuinely sorry to see them go and
wish them the best of good fortune in the
oold Medal Flour. Remember It.
Mr and Mrs. H. E. Casner visited with
Tlenison friends on Sunday. Mr. Casner
was formerly agent of the Illinois Central
at this place and both he and Mrs. Casner
have a multitude of friends here who are
always glad to velcome them. For the
past few years Mr. Casner has had charge
of the Illinois Central's business at CeJar
Falls, Iowa and it is rumored that he is
to be promoted to the position of City
Passenger Agent at Sioux City. He is a
line railroad man and his friends hops
the report is true and feel ^ure that the
company could not do better than to give
I to him the deserved promotion.
On the above date we expect to gree' you in our New
rrt? Alarirrrmiau. vttOOK«M r^4"""
After the Fourth We
Still Keep on Serving
Made of Finest Ice
Cream and Pure
Ice Cream Soda 10 cents.
Ice Cream Sundaes 10c
Maple Nat, Chocolate Nut,
Cherry, Pineapple Nut,
Ega Orange Phosphate,
Egg Lemon Phosphate,
Orange Sour, Grape Jnice.
Square Meal, Duffy'a 1842 Cider,
Raspberry, Cream de Menthe,
Hire's Root Beer, Coca Cola,
Celery & Iron, Ginger Ale,
Lime Juice and Kola,
Lime Juice, (Plai.ij.
Appolinaris, i^ Colfax,
Red Kaven Splits, Hnnyhadi Janos.
Lamborn Drug Co.,
Next Door to Post Office.
Mrs. Francis Gable returned on Friday
to her home at Holdredge, Nebraska, af
ter a pleasant visit with Denison relatives.
Rev. W. E. Bryce, Mr. Cbas. Tabor.
Mr. J. F. Glenn and Mr, J. H. Ga~ le
went to Missouri Valley on 'Saturday to
attend the lecture given by Rev. Folk of
Missouri at the Chautauqua.
On last Friday afternoun two young
men passed through Denison on their way
from New York to San Francisco rid ng
the distance on their bicycle. They had
made the distance from New York to Den
ison in nineteen days. Their average dis
tance up to the time they passed through
Denison was over eighty miles per day.
Iseminger & Hover are now nicely lo
cated in their new barber shop under the
Crawford County State Bank. All their
fixtures have not arrived, but they are in
good shape, nevertheless. The new shop
looks very bright and attractive There
are two fine porcelain tubs and all the ap
pointments of a first class shop. The
boys are enterprising and deserve the
jod trade they are enjoying.
TUo greatest bargains on earth right now
are at The Hub. Let us convince you
During the past week the country lost
one of the most distinguished men who
ever filled public office. Secretary of
State, John Hay, was one of the most
accomplished diplomats and statesmen
of the world. Besides being an adept in
statescraft and diplomacy he was widely
versed in literature, and had written
voluminously, both in prose and poetry,
In his youth he was private' secretary to
President Lincoln, and studied law in the
office of Cullom & Hay, the former now
Senator Cullom, of Illinois, and the
latter an uncle of the future statesman.
The entire world recognized in Col. Hay
a man of extraordipary talent and train
ing in public affairs, and his death is
universally regarded a, a great loss to
that higher quality of statesmanship and
diplomacy toward which he contributed so
Opening Day—Monday July 17th
Hon. P. Conner made Fort Dodge a
a business visit on Saturday.
Miss Ethel Dunn of Clinton. Ia. is a
guest of Miss Ethel Gulick this week,
Mr. and Mrs, L. Longhoff of Davenport
were the guests of Mrs. John Tam-n 'ast
Mr. Geo. J. Korte of the Carroll firm of
Sallfnger & Korte transacted business ii,
Denison on Frida".
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jacobsen of Hun
over township returned last week from a
delightful journey to the Fatherland.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris McHenry left on
Saturday for an over Sunday visit at the
hoq^e of Mr. Chas. McHenry at Sioux
Mr. Horace Gregory returned last week
from Iowa City where he has been at
nding the University and is now in
Omaha vising his sister.
Father Coffey is very ill with congfs icn
of the liver. He was taken to (he ioiix
City hospital yesterday being accompanied
by Father Kelly of Anthon and Dr. Gra
ham.— Manilla Republican
Mr. Mfarl Gcble l^ft on Saturday for a
short visit in Woodbine Mearl graduated
from Simpson College at Indianola this
year. He is one o£ the finest young men
in every way that Denison has stood spon
ser for. We understand that he expect
toenter the ministry,
Miss illetta Strahan returned on Sat
urday evening from Council Bluffs. .Al
though she has not recovered her strength
she is practically over the effect of the
operation she underwent and her many
friends now hope that she has nothing
but the best of hea'th before her.
Mr. A Block of Atlantic' formerly the
senior member of the firm of Block and
Heymsn of Denison, visited this city last
week. He is in the insurance busines
and he expfcts to call on Deniscn again
asd to spend some time with us. He met
many old time friends who were glad to
Mr. Temple Kirkup who is now
home for his vacation made Boone a
brief visit last week. Temp is now in tbe
employ of the National Biscuit Company,
He has a good position for so voung a
boy and is making a remarkable success of
life. His parents are justly proud of
him and so is the REVIEW,
Mayor John T. Carey and family start
ed last week for a vacation trip to Denver.
John wires back that the Mountains are
Rocky, but that Denver is a fine city and
that he is getting next to the city govern
ment and expects to inaugurate many re
forms in Denison on his return The May
or of Denver has accepted an invitation to
return the visit but the date has not been
Mr. E. Gulick won fresh laurels as a
promoter of good times generally when he
successfully chaperoned the Denisonites
who picniced at Wall Lake on Thursday.
There were about forty in the party and
they had a glorious time from start to fin
ish. Enough fish were caught to provide
a fine fish supper for everybody. Bath
ing and boating came in for their share of
atteition and the picnicers developed a
full Hedged vaudeville troupe which de
lighted the natives of all the villagers on
their route. The return was made by
way of Maple River Junction and it was a
tired, but happy crowd that reached Den*
ison at 9:30 p. m.
I.os-r On road between Arion and Denison.
Credential Book, with name. S. C. Butler,
in book. Return to KEVIKW oftiee and re
ceive reward. 2t
Senator C. Saunders of Council
Bluffs, Park and Herbert Saunders of
Sioux City knd Dr. Henry Saunders of
Wenatchee, Washington, were all in Man
illa the fore part of the
outside of Des Moines. We have spared no pains or expense to make it a place of comfort and convenience for our cus
tomers and we shall continue in the future as in the past to treat all of our customers fairly and honestly, to sell goods at
the lowest living prices and to keep in stock all those things which the necessity, comfort and luxury of the people require.
We cordially invite you to visit our new store where you will find the same old friends to welcome you.
Week Dr. Saunders
stopped off upon his return from the
meeting of the head .camp of the Modern
Woodmen of America, to which he had
been sent as a delegate and it is under
stood that the others met him here accord
ing 10 previous arrangements, for the pur
pose of visiting with him and talking over
business affairs in relation to the settle
ment of the estate of their mother,. the
late Mrs. G. W. Saunders,—Manilla Rc
The Balle-Brodersen Co.
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"LUI UlUL II
Month of Marriages Ends With
POPULAR COUPLE UNITED.
Wheeler-Bock Wedding Causes West
Side to Lose a Popular Teacher.
Ceremony on Friday Evening.
The month of rose3 and of marriages
closed with an notable wedding at West
Side when Mr. A Wheeler of Des
Moines and .\Ji-s Emma Dorothy Hock of
W, st Side were united in matrimony on
the evening of Friday, June 30th.
Tr.e ceremony which took place at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs
i'l'.-d C. Bock, was a quiet affair attended
only bv relatives and intimate friends, but
those fortunate enough to be among the
favored guests declare it to have been one
of the prettiest of weddings.
Rev. W. Todd pronounced the impres
sive ritual, the couple'standing beneath an
arch in the bay window of the Bock home.
The rooms were mada beautiful with pro
fuse decorations of smi ax and white
roes. Mr. Fred Bock brother of the
bride acted as best man and Miss Minnie
Mill of Denison as maid of honor. 1 he
wedding march was played by Miss Lucile
Wheeler, a sister of the groom.
The bride was a vision of lovliness,
gowned in white chiffon over white bro
cade silk. She carried a bouquet of bride's
After the ceremony, which took place at
five o'clock, an elaborate wedding dinner
was served. ,¥-
Mr and Mrs. Wheeler left at 7:20 for
Chicago, where they will remain for a few
days, attend a reception to be given them
by college friends and then proceed east
for a tour of several weeks' duration.
They will be at home to their friends at
Das Moines, Iowa, after September 30th.
The groom, Mr. A. J. Wheeler, is a
rising civil engineer. He was born at
Dysart, Iowa, is a graduate of Cornell
college, and completed his technical edu
cation in Chicago. For several years he
was connected with the Chicago & North
western Railway in the engineering de
partment, and he is now division engineer
on the Des Moines and Interurban Rail
way. He is a man of high character and
proven ability and while not widely known
in this county, he has most favorably im
pressed all who have made his acquain
The bride is one
of the most popular
and lovable young
ladies West Side has
known. She has
taken an active part
in all good works,
and her helpfulness,
capacity and ability
have been felt in
church, social and
She is a West Side girl, the daughter of
esteemed and honored pioneers of the city
and coanty. She received her education
in the pub'ic schools at West Side, in
Drake University at Des Mcines and at
Cor lei! College. She began her career as
a teacher in the country schools of this
We believe you will find this to be the finest store in Iowa,
county. After completing her college
cour-e she taught a successful year
school in Spirit Lake, Iowa, resigning to
accept a position in the schools of her
home town. Since returning to West
Side she has been prominent in the work
of her church, being superintendent of the
Sunday School, president of the social
department of the Epworth League and
active in every way that could be of bene
fit to those about her.
Mrs. Wheeler is a young lady of beauti-
ful character, lovable disposition, marked
intelligence and capacitv and attractive
and charming in every way. She will be
greatly missed in West Side and all join
in congratulating the fortunate groom and
in best wishi-s for every happiness for
DISLOCATED H'S ARM
Fred Marshall, carrier on Route 3, out
of Denison, had the misfortune to get his
left arm dislocated on Saturday. He was
riding in a pasture trying to catch his
horse, when the pony stumbled in a
hole and threw Fred ove: his iad Fred
fell on his hand, wrenching his arm badly.
It will probably be a couple of weeks be
fore he is able to get back on his route
again and in the meantime .Mr Wm Sav
ery will act as his substitute. Fred has
played in hard luck pretty often and his
many friends hope for his speedy recov
A NARROW ESCAPE
On Saturday afternoon Mrs. C. Mc
Carthy was driving near the residence of
Mr. Thos. McGrin when her team be
cam a unmanageable and ran-a way Mrs.
McCarthy found that she could jot con- ^v
trol them but she had the presence of
mind to guide them into a telephone pole.
The end of the buggy tongue struck the
pole with such force however as to throw
Mrs McCarthy out of the buggy and un
der the feet cf the plunging horses. A
workman seeing the runaway had tried to
stop the team and he was near at hand
and dragged Mrs McCarthy out from un
der the horses heels, thus probably sav
ing her life. Fortunately Mrs. McCarthy
escaped with but few bruises.
FOR A NEW PRESS
For some time the REVIEW has been -sf
handicapped by having an inadequate i1
newspaper press In line with the REVIEW :I
policy of improvement we hope soon to
have a fine new press that will make the
REVIEW the best printed as well as the
newsiest county seat paper possible.
On Thursday evening we go into Chica
go for the purpose of making a purchase
if we find what we want. In the mean
time our subscribers could materially help
us if they would remit anything which
may be due on subscription. The REVIEW
will be just as good a paper as its income
permits, forget to pay your subscription 1
and we must reduce expenses, stop in-
provements aud give you a poorer paper. 1
Assist us and you will get more than your
Prof. James Rae, was in Denison on
Friday. He is one of the teachers in the
Jeftreson high school, and is spending the
summer at the parental home near Arion.-
The Crawford County Telephone is now
making improvements which will make
their Denison exchange well-nigh per
fection. Nearly a mile of cable is being
strung in the city and this will enable the
company to handle more phones with less
danger of "trouble.''
The board of directors of the Denisoa
library association met on Friday after
noon and unamiously recommended to
Mayor Carey that he appoint Mr. Chas.
Voss for trustee to till the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Prof.
Savage. Mr. P. E. C. Lally was elected'
secretary of the board for the term ending
July 1. 1905
Our stock is uot tiny smtillcr ovory day but
fun only means greater bargains to you.
The -Inlin ,J. Walsh Farm for Sale.
Tilt-pii,:i-01 this farm is been ndvancod
to Kiphl-y-tive Dollars per a,.-re. I tve the
exclusive agency. Chas. Tabor, Denison, la.
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