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Ipeers of 1855
ant Your Photograph!
ou are invited to come to
ur Studio at 4:30 p. m.
It tivee Vr-%
rsday August 24th.
Free Picture J|
given each member of
visit ,• 1 c'
S O N
leedaj p, o. Johnson and children are
Hi relatives at Ferguson, Iowa this
to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Langholz,
August 11, 1905, a
Marie Clark returned home
iting enjoyable visit with relatives in
id ot' jjort, Iowa.
il f® 1 as you would be done by Join the
charter Oak if you want the
boys to come here.
(janjc.C. L. Voss took his Sunday School
/last to Wall Lake on Thursday for a pic-
ill boi| ifjnd
were no accidents, but the
0f a me
lpyd ge^C. H. Sachau was a Denison caller
He ,ells us tbat Deloit is t0
./ M'^Wgrand Harvest Ball at Halberg's
|11 on the evening of Saturday. Aug 19.
Ir. and Mrs. Will Jenkins spent Sun
with Mr. and Mrs Bert Jenkins of
thur. They were accompanied by
ises Edith, and Ethel, and Master
?he 50th Anniversary Ball to be given
the night of the Old Settlers Picnic
miie9 one of the best of the many
ices given at the opera house. Plan tc
up the glorious day with a jolly
liss Bessie Gillett has returned from
aha as she could not stand the work
ing the hot weather. She will return
)maha in the fall, her position being
open for her on account of her gocd
Peck and Miss Peck of Wall Lake
the guests of Mrs. E, Gulick this
^JS-iss Peck is a Deaconess and will
brief~"talk to the Ladies Home
Societ^ which meets tnis week
1Tphn McMann, Fire Chief of the
empbis, Tennessee, came to Den
(t Friday to visit bis sister, Mrs.
chran. The visit was a delightful
it being thirty-three years since
had seen each other. £.
Ir. and Mrs. F. J. Branaka and child
of. Schleswig, spent Friday with Mr.
OBranaka's mother in this city. Mrs.
naka left in the evening for Dow City,
re she will bpend a week with her sis
Mrs. Will Buss, at that place.
C. W. Carr's book of accouuts is leit
be Bank of Denison and those wishing to
|e tbelr account may do so by calling.
fe are glad to note that Jos. Smith is
lily improving and is now able to
p. He is still at the City Hospital,
are also glad to state tbat some of
in's noble hearted wemen have in
tbemselves in his welfare and are
ng to make his future brighter.
POUou 25 cent a pint at, Schlurn
hea. Kuhl was called to Daven
Friday by a telegram tel'ing of
id6ntal death of her brother-ii
•:Hem Linden, of tnatcity. Mr^.
but recently returned from a
lavenport. Mr. Linden fell from
ilding and was injured so severely
ath soon ensued.
Toilet Soap Special.
Swift's Blue Ribbon Toilet Soap at
4c the bar.
3 bars for 10c.
8 bars for 25c.
In our large carpet display room we are now
'owing an unusual line of large and small floor
and of carpets, ingrain and Brussels—proba
ily tlie finest assortment ever brought to Denison.
does not need special experience to appreciate
lvalues. In every way these rugs are exceptional
-in quality, texture, coloring, design. We'd like
have you see them. We think you will be so
nell pleased with the patterns that you will not be
,tiafied until you have at least one of the rugs in
ur home. And the prices? Why, as they should
always very reasonable.
TO, THE LAND 0' CAKES.
Hon.- Thos. Rae Sails Saturday for the
Banks and Braes of Bonnie Scot
land—Will Re-Visit Old Home.
On Monday Hon. Thos. Rae started
or New York ',to take the steamship Et
rur a on Saturday, and then ofi for Bon
nie Scotland, the home of bis youth.
It is many years since Mr. Rae left the
old home to seek his fortune in the new
world. In all the years he has not lost
the soft Scotch burr from his tongue nor
the upright Scotch honesty from bis
heart. If to be esteemed by all for integ
rity of heart and purpose, if to bav^
friends by the score, if to have obtained
tbat competence which gives respite from
labor as the years grow on apace, is to
have found one's fortune, Mr. Rae has
certainly found that which he sought when
coming to America. Our acquaintance
with the Rae family has been long and
intimate, From them we have heard
many tales of Scottish life and manners,
and when Dr. Watson wrote his famous
books it seemed to us that we had seen it
all before that we were acquainted with
the ground and that it must have been lo
cated somewhere down by -King's Kettle,
Fifeshire, the old home of the Rae's,
We wish Mr. Rae bon voyage and a
safe return and all the joys that come
when the scenes of youth are revisited. If
we mistake not, the o'd home will tell its
tale of sorrow as well as of joy, but it is
the kind of grief that makes men stronger
and better the grief that is softened and
sweetened by time the grief that takes
from age its bitterness and from death its
Again we cocgratulate Mr. Rae upon
his happy journey, and wish him joy upon
Just received two grosn of tooth brushes
10 cehts and up at Schiumbereer's Pharmacy.
Friday is "Denison Day" at Charter
W. E. Terry made Boone a business
visit on Thursday.
Mrs. G. McAhren has returned frcm a
pleasant visit at Oskaloosa, la.
If you want a gor,d ha.r brush for the mon
ey, ro to Scblumberger's Pharmacy 26 cents
Concty Attorney P. J. Klitiker attended
to business matters in Ute on Friday.
Miss Lillie Raine left this week for a
brief vacation visit with friends at Indian
Miss Calla Richards of Minneapolis
has been the guest of Miss Aliii Sewell
Miss Cora Kahl and the Misses Ber'ha
and Edna Romans are sp*?ndirg the week
at Lake Okiboji.
Kreso Dip" better and cheaper than any
other Dip on the market. For sale at
Miss Alice Holmes of Des Moines will
be a Denison yisitor this week, being a
guest at the Austin home.
Glen McKim returned on Thursday to
Seattle, Washington, after a most enjoy
able visit with his father, Mr. Scott Mc
Kerosene and Gasolene Stoves cheaper and
better than ever WygantS
Mr. Frank Leahy left on Friday for
Roswell, New Mexico having received bsd
news concerning the health of his brother
Thomas Leahy. We sincerely hope he
will And his brother much improved.
Smoke "iewum" 5 cent cigar at the i.
le-Brodebsen cigar stand.
On Friday evening Mrs. C. L. Vo*s
entertained in honor of her sister Miss
Emma Voss. The parlors were filled
with very pretty girls, who in their sum
mer gowns and flowers made a most at
tractive picture. rs. Voss never repeats
herself and is always ready with some
new game this time it was a series of
charades in which Miss Gulick assisted
her, the answers beicg the names of books,
old and new, Miss Nettie Kelly won first
prize a book and Miss Al'ie Sewell second
a'so a book. The Misses Gulick, Sewell
and Kirkup sang during the evening. Mrs
Gulick and Miss Gulick assisted in serv
ing the delicate refreshments The guest
of honor Miss Voss is a very charming
girl and her visits are a pleasure to her
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Ladies' Rest Room on the Balcony.
She 9ienie ifregram.
dplendid All SDaq 9reqram Arranged for the fiftieth Anni-
penary SPienie—'Geme Xarlij and 6taii %Qte--Jt
Will XCertk Z(eur While.
10:30—Meeting called to order by Dr. E. Darling, of Vail,
President Old Settlers' Association
Address of Welcome Hon. Chas. Bullock
Response Hon. Theo. Blume
Address by Hon. J. P. Conner
Music (throughout dinner) Hoover Orchestra
Free Coftee Served to Al?.-
Afternoon Stenion. .,
Commemorative of Crawford County's First Half Century.
Exercises begin at 2 p.m.
Beginnings of Crawford John Dobson
Crawford from 1855-186$ .Morris McHenry
Crawford from 1865-1875 H. C. Laub
Crawford from 1875-1885 W. A. Davie
Crawford from 1885 I895 Truman J.Campbell
Crawford from 1895-1905 C. Kuehnle
The Coming of the Germans J. F. Harthun
Sons and Daughters of the Pioneers S. J. Woodruff
The Coming of the Irish M. O'Connor
Crawford County Soldiers A. J. Bond
The Coming of the Swedes A. Norelius
Grand Display oi Fireworks at Night.
Anniversary Ball at the Opera House.
Denison business houses will close frcm 12:30 to 3 p. m.
Every one interested in Crawford county and its history is
invited. Bring your dinner and have the best picnic ever held
in th6 county. w.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Morgan spent
Sunday in Dunlap.
Claud Blackman made Omaha a two
days visit last week.
Mr. J. B. Romans made Logan a busi
ness visit on Saturday.
Miss Edith Kelly left on Sunday for a
visit with Chicago friends. j,
Mr. O. O. Spencer and family are
spending the week at Wall Lake.
Mr. J. H. Ballangee of Fort Robinson,
Neb. was the guest of Mr, J. H. Gable on
Mrs. G. F. Lochmiller left last week
for a visit with ber parents at Bonesteel,
S. D. She will remain several weeks.
Dr. B. F. Philbrook has purchased a
fine residence lot in north Denison and
we understand will build in the near
Miss Blanche Scott of Redfield, Icwa
is expected for a visit next week with her
friends, Mrs. E. Gulick and Miss Grace
On Thursday afternoon the Coffee club
had a very pleasant meeting with Mrs.
Frank Yonng as hostess. She served a
very elegant supper.
Mrs. A. Q. Mason left for Council Bluffs
on Monday to look for a new location a9
the exigenices of railroad life impel them
to make tbat city thei future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rose of Omaha,
were in town last week and they received
a warm welcome from their many friends.
They were guests at the home of re.
Rose's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al. Gil
Do not forget the lecture by President
Sheldon of Simpson College, to be de
livered before the teacher's institute to
morrow evening. The lecture is free. Dr.
She'den is an elegant orator as well as an
educator of prominence and his lecture
will be a rare treat.
The Balle-Brodersen Company.
•IB"* '^yw-v L'y
FORMER KIRON MAN WEDS.
G. F. Schneider a Former Business
man of Kiron Married in Denison.
On Monday occured the wedding of Mr.
G. F. Schneider a former business man
of Kiron and Miss Rose M. Rogers of Le
The ceremony was performed at the
parsonage of the Methodist church. Rev.
Dr. E. Miller officiating.
The happy couple left Denison on Mon
day and expect to spend some time visit
ing friends and relatives at Clarion and
other Iowa points, after which they will
locate at Reliance S. D, where Mr.
Schneider has real estate interests. Mr
Schneider was one of the pioneers of New
Kiron locating there two days after the
railroad reached the town.
He was well known as a public spirited
and helpful citizen. He was one of the
active workers in securing fcr Kiron the
fine hall it now enjoys and in many other
ways he will be remembered with pleasure
by Kiron people.
His bride is a handsome young lady
possessed of those qualities which will
make her an ideal help-mate. The Re
view joins in congratulations and well
AN HISCORICAL PHOTOGRAPH.
Photographer Ferguson makes a gener
ous offer in his advertisement. He will
take a picture of all surviving pioneers of
1855. who will present themselves at his
studio at 4:30 p. m. of August 24th. Eacb
member of the group will receive a free
copy of the photograph.
Mr. Ferguson has also promised the
REVIEW a copy so that we may reproduce
it for our Teaders in our issue of August
30th, The photograph will be of much
historical va'ue and we sincerely hope
that every man and woman of the pioneers
of 1855 will be present and be in the
Though the summer season is at its height, the time of arrival of fall shipments
is at hand. To place these stocks for early showing the summer goods must be
moved. In the Garment Section, second floor, Shirt Waists and Silk Coats have
been greatly reduced. Very small prices for rich, handsome garments will prevail.
An opportunity for a good selection if you act promptly.
JAPANESE DRAWN WORK
Turnovers, Doilies, Center Pieces, Handkerchiefs. Superior workmanship,
high quality, remarkably low prices. Compared with Mexican drawn work these
goods are greatly superior in quality, and much lower in price.
'HE OLD SETTLERS' PICNIC, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24th^
WILL CLOSE FROM 12:30 TO 3:00 F». TVT. OIV
Department Store. Detiison, Iowa
STRICKEN WHILEON ACT ION
Harold Van Winkle Has Attack of Ap
pendicitis While at Home on a Visit
Mr. Harold Van Winkle, who is em
ployed in the general offices of the North
western at Chicago, was the victim of a
sudden and severe attack of appendicitis
while at heme for a visit with his parents
last week. He was taken violently ill on
Friday and the symptoms of appendicites
were so marked that on Sunday he was
taken to Carroll where an operation was
performed. The appendix was found in af
very bad condition, being raptured and
At la-st reports there is every reason to
believe that the operation was highly sue.
cessful and that Harold will sesn be on
his feet again. He is a splendid young
man. morally, intellectually and physical
ly, a help and a pride to his carents, and
it is our sincere hope that his recovery
may be both speedily and permanent.
IS OVERCOME BY HEAT.
Reported That John DufF of Washing
ton Township Has Become Tempo
rarily Deranged by Heat.
Mr. John Duff, one of the highly re
spected citizens of Washington township,
was overcome by heat last week ajd for
some days his mind was so deranged as
to make his friends fearful lest he should
not recover, Mr. Duff is a brother of
Mrs. John Hall, and worry over the do
mestic troubles of Mr. and Mrs. Hall, to
gether with the intense heat, are said to
have caused his illness.
Mr. Duff is one of the substantial and
influential citizens of Washington town
ship and we but voice the hope of his
many friends tbat he may soon be entire
ly well again.
On Tuesday Mr. Duff was taken to a
private hospital at Omaha, where it is
hoped that he will soon recover. ,,
INJURIES CAUSED DEATH
W. J. Rudd son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Rudd of this place, nhile tempering shale
at the brick plant in Independence last
Friday morning about 9:300,clock, slipped
and fell into the mixing box. His right
foot was crushed and the leg broken near
the knee, besides receiving internal in
juries. He was at once removed to the
hospital where he died at o'clock.
Mr. Rudd was born in Dow City, Iowa,
May, 23, 1879 He was married to Miss
Alice M. Eppie, the 24th of last Decern
The boa was brought to Holden last
Sunday and the funeral held from the L.
D. S. church of which organization he
was a member. Eld. L. R- Devore of
Kirtland, Ohio, preaching the sermon
—The Holden Progress Mo.
On Thursday evening Miss Lillian Gar
rison gave a musicale. The Garrison
home and grand piano make conditions
perfect for that purpose and the guests
were charmed beyond measure by the de
lightful music. Mr. Heston of Des Moines,
played the alto with the feeling and artis
tic skill that always delights his bearers.
The Misses Garrison, Romans, Laub,
Kirkup, Schlumberger, Raine. and the
Mesdames Sibbert and Sievers were among
the others who contributed to the pleas
ure of the company. Mrs. Garrison and
Mrs. Carrothers served very nice refresh
ments. The affair was highly successful
in every way.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bradbury left on
Sunday for a visit with relatives at Oska
LECTURE COURSE DATES.
The dates and order of the lecture
course will be as follows:
Manning Glee Club, Nov. 22nd.
Rabbi Harrison, Dec. 5th.
Alton Packard, Jan. 3rd.
Mrs Baker, Jan. 25th.
RidgewayCo., Feb 23rd.
Dr. Green. March 10th.
Pleose Take Notice
I If you will Stroll into the
Lam born Drug Co.
door to the postoffice we will
be glad to see you.
"Settle" yourselves in one of our
easy chairs and make your
selves at home. Our Soda
S Fountain is none other than
S the famous "Fountain of
If you will allow one of our cele
brated exhilarating,' invigor
ating and non-intoxicating
drink to "settle" your
stomach, it will add ten years
to your life, and you will
never regret having -settled'
in Crawford County.
A FALSE REPORT.
Rumor Circulated Last Week That
Mary McAlpin Was Dead Happily
Proves to be Untrue.
Last week if was reported from several
sources (hat Mary MoAlpin- eldest daugh
ter of M. M. McAlpin had died at her
home at Muskogee, lnd, Ter.
Many were the expressions of grief and
the high eulogies pronounced upon her by *1
her Denison friends. Very happily the
rumor proved urtrue and not only is Miss
McAlpin still among the living but is
convalescing rapidly from an attack of
typhoid and has just been elected to a fine
position in the Muskegee schools.
From what we can learn the report
started from a telegramjsent by Mr. Me
Alpin to Mr. Jerome Quigley. The tele
gram read "Come at once" Mr. Quigley
knowing that Miss McAlpin was sick
jumped to the conclusion that she
war dead and started at once to attend
funeral. The telegram related to a
good position that, had been, secured for
him and his tears were changed to re
joicing when'he learned the truth. It al
most seemed as if we could hear Jerry's
hearty laugh all the way from the territory
Miss McAlpin is a splendid young lady,
she proved her worth while in Denison in
many ways and we wish her many years
of health and happiness.
A GROWING BUSINESS.
Under the management of W. C. Rol
lins, the Omaha Ticket Co., is growing to
be an important institution. With such ai
business each year of its existence adds
largely to its list of regular customers and
to its general reputation. Mr. Rollins at-:
tended the Grand Lodge of the Knights of
Pythias at Davenoort and from there
went to Burlington, where he met the
managers of a large theatrical circuit, and
secured the contract for supplying tweaty
five important theatres with tickets for the
The ticket business is a peculiar one.
requiring different equipment than that of
a regular printing office and Uao requiring
a technical knowledge of that peculiar
branch of the printers' act. We are glad
to note Mr. Rollins' success, as it means
new money coming into Denison to be
paid to Denison wage earners.
A NOTABLE WEDDING.
Our Kiron correspondent Sends us an
interesting account of the Clausson-Lille*
holm wedding, which we publish together
with toe pictures of the bride and groom.
Both of the contracting parties and
their families are well known throughout
the county, both have those essential qual
ities of mind and heart which makes for
success and habpiness and the Review
wishes to be counted as one of their sin
cere well wishers.
Every man owes it to himself and his fame
11 to master a trade or profession. Head the
display advertisement of the six Mors
Kchools of Telegraphy, in this Issue and learn
bow easily a young man or lady may learn
telegraphy and be assured a position.
Ladies' Trimmed Summer Millinery at
Special August bargains. Men's, Ladies' and
Children's Shoes and Oxfords. Reduced to make
room for fall shoes now arriving. Some at quarter
off, some at third off, some at half price. Certainly
a lesson in economy if you want to learn.
Tobacco Section Special
"Staff of Life" Plug, per pound, 40c
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