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BELONGS TO PEOPLE C.emetery to Be Purchased By Denison People. IMPROVEMENT FUND NEXT Denison Ladies Accomplish Their Purpose and Secure Needed Cemetery Fund. t. F*' Again Denison has responded with wonderful generosity and the ladies have succeeded in their apparently hopeless task of raising $2500. for the purchase of Oakland cemetery. In view of the many other large sub scriptions raised this year much gen uine doubt was expressed as to the ability of the people to give this add ed amount even for so sacred a purpose. Under the leadership of Mrs. Lottie D. Ley the ladies went to work how ever, and they now have the amount pledged and the purchase will at once be made. This will include not oply the land now used for cemetery pur poses but a tract of beautiful land lying south of the cemeterv grounds. An association will at once be organ ized for the purpose of beautifying and improving the grounds. A num ber of prominent citizens have signi fied their intention of purchasing lots at once and the money will seive as a nucleus for an improvement^ and maintainance fund. Of course if the ladies and the citizens were to stop now, public ownership would be little better than private ownership. After the associ ation is formed and incorporated the next step must be the raising of a fund almost, if not quite as large as the fund already pledged, for the purpose of improvements. Oakland is to be the home of our dead, its site is not ideal, but it could not have been moved without great expense and heartache, the people have decided to buy it and now, no matter what may have been ones personal views as to .the purchase, every citizen should contribute to the beautification of the grounds. The Review congrat ulates the women of Denison upon their faithful work and the people of Denison upon their liberality. RE- FOK REV. THURESSON'S TURN. Resc'iveti, by the Quarterly Con ference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, of Denison:— That.it is the urgent desire of this Conference, ar.d the entire membership of the Church, that Rev. T. E. Thures son be returned 10 Denison for another Conference year. This resolution is not offered or passed in a mere perfunctory way, but is intended to express a sincere and heartfelt wish on the part of the Church to have Brother Thuresson re turned for another year. The reason for tiiis action is found in the fact that we recognize in him an able preacher, an earnest and agreeable pastor, a Christain gentle man, and an enterprising and upright citizen. Resolved, Further, that a copy of this resolution be placed in the hands of the Bishop, at the opening of the coming annual Conference, and also in the hands of the Presiding Elder of this District. At a meeting of the official Board of the Methodist church on Monday night the above resolution was unan imously adopted. It shows the pop ularity of Rev. Thurqsson and the de sire to have him returned. wm A, 3'/ QUICK REVIEW WORK. The copy for bar docket for the next term of court was received at the Review office on Friday at 4 p. m. It was completed and delivered by Tuesday. We believe this breaks the record in this county. This quick work was made possible by the splen did equipment and the excellent work men the Review now has. Your job work can be done on the same quick plan and we guarantee the best of work. S bythetbu THE MILES HONEY COMPANY New Firm Makes its Bow to the Public and Solicits Patronage. Having learned how to handle bees so as to produce honey of first quality, and having a demand for more honey than I can produce, I have decided to take my two daughters and two sons into partnership, under the name of the Miles Honey Co. We shall aim in the future as in the past, to produce the very best. "Of all that is good Iowa affords the best," and Iowa people and especially Denison people can afford to have the best, which in this case however will cost little, if any, more than an in ferior article. We have made arrange ments with the Balle-Brodersen Co. to handle our honey, and they will have it both in the comb and extracted in several different sized packages. When buying, look for our name on the package. We wish to thank our friends for their patronage in the past, and ask a share of their trade in the future. Very truly yours, Miles Honey Co. 36-lt. E. S. Miles, Pres. TO CONCLUDE BIG DEAL. Mr. C. L. Voss left on yesterday for a brief business trip te New Mex ico. He goes to attend to the closing details of a large deal by which Secretary Shaw, Geo. Nicholson and Mr. Voss become the owners of 4000 acres in the celebrated Pecos valley •of New Mexico. artesian section of the valley, and the land is all under irrigation with fine, pure water. This valley is noted for its feitility, raising bounteous crops and being especially adapted for fruit raising. It is the purpose of the Denison syndicate to cut the tract up into 40 acre faims and to sell them to actual settlers. It is hard to find a western state or territory where Den ison capital is not invested. The tract is in the NOTICE TO DEMOCRATS. For complete instructions as to how to scratch democratic ticket this fall apply to R. Shaw Van. Manv years experience. Instructiton gratis Free Booklet, "How I Killed O'Connor and Others" sent postpaid to any address on receipt of stamp. Also short treatise on "Patriotism as a Political Asset." 36-tf HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. Sunday next is the 13th Sunday after Trinity. Holy Communion 8 a. m. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon 10:30 a. m. Friday evensong and choir prac tice 7:30 p. m. All are cordially in vited. Arthur Pratt, Rector. "NOTICE OF ENFORCING TRU ANT LAW." Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Independent School District of Denison, a resolution was passed di recting the enforcing of the law to compel attendance at school of all persons between the age of seven and fourteen inclusive, for twelve con secutive weeks, commencing the first Monday in October, 1906. All per sons interested will take notice. Geo. A. Richardson, Sec'y 30-2 THINGS THEATRICAL. "Two Merry Tramps" as presented by Wood & Ward's big company is not one of the ordinary melodramatic type of tramp plays, but srictly a muiscal farce comedy with a thread of a plot that one need not bother their head to follow. The musieal numbers are all taken from the latest standard operas blended together so as to make a complete musical comedy. Opera House Wednesday Sept. 12. THE NEW FIRM. Nicholson and Reiter having pur chased the Panitorium invite patron age and guarantee good, quick work, in cleaning, pressing etc. Work called for and delivered. 3C It For Sale—Very cheap, a nearly new Newman Bros,, organ. Inquire of H. W. Randall. 36-lt Health •i Calumet makes light, digestible wholesome food. Economy Only one heap ing teaspoonful is needed for one quart of flour. SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER. Now is the lime to subscribe and keep posted 011 the news of the cam paign The Review to January 15th 1907 for only fifty cents. Every new subscriber will be given one of the splendid, large Review maps of Craw ford county free. Waldo Kahler of Charter Oak spent Sunday in Denison. J. W. Miller, Jr., spent Sunday at his home in Manning. Miss Edith Gillmor is Visiting her sister in Sioux City. Mrs. Welton of North Dakota is visiting friends in this city. Mr. P. D. McMahon transacted business in Deloit on Tuesday. Mrs. Girard of Schleswig was a shopper in Denison on Wednesday. Mrs. Jess Rabbe of Rickets was a shopper in Denison on Wednesday Mrs. R. Champion returned from a visit with Vail friends on Wednesday. Rev. Thuresson is confined to his bed this week with an attack of the grip- Mrs. James Wickwire of Charter Oak called on Denison friends yes terday. Ethel Hunter and Addie Luney visited Dunlap friends the latter part of last week. Mrs. F. Stone" and Mrs. Swasey of Dow City were in Denison on Wednes- day shoPP'ng- J. J. Carson of Sac City vas among the out of town guests at the Old Settlers picnic. Mrs. Green of Rolfe, is visiting her daughter Mrs. A. Cook and son Frank Green of Dow City. Spg Notice the Pencil Tablet Displayin our window. W. E. Ivoeneman, Broadway Druggist. To new subscribers. The Review to January 15th. lifty cents, and a map of Crawford county free. Its a snap A bicycle to exchange for a pony. The difference will be paid in cash. .,x Guild Evans, Arion, Iowa. 5 cents buys a large pencil tablet with 120 leaves. W. E. Koeneman, Broadway Druggist. Mrs. J. Gable and son returned on Saturday from Pittsburg where she has been visitintr her daughter, iv Miss Nachtmann, the muisc teacher in the public schools will make her home at Mrs. P. D. McMahons this winter. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. McMahon re turned on Sunday morning from an extended visit in Chicago and Battle Creek, Mich. They report havirg had a splendid trip. Democrats and Repub! ieans should read both sides during the campaign. Our campaign oiler is the Review un til January loth', a tine mounted wall map of the-county all for iifty cents. Thos. Hutchinson of Milford town ship was a Denisou visitor today he says that ho is hijshlv pleased with the Republican ticket and thinks it is a winner. Frank Liscomb of Boyer was one of the many republican delegates who favored the Review with a visit yes terday. Mr. Liscomb is one ot the subscribers whom the editor remem bers trom his boyhood as being a Re view subscriber. He tells us that he likes the Review better than ever and that his whole family is hungry for the weekly visit of their favorite ipaper. fi* 1 THE DENISON" REVIEW, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1906. :v^, Miss Nellie Devnie came from Vail yesterday to spend a week at the home of Mr. John Kelly. She will return to El Reno, Okla. next week. s1, There is one man in Charter Oak who is surely entitled 10 a high seat among the old settlers. That is D. 0, McWilliams. He came here with his people in 1856, and since 1858 he has made his home in Crawford county continuously. There are very few men who came here thai long ago, and Mr. McWilliams should bv all means have gone over to the meeting, lie is the oldest settler in the county who lives in this part of it. His brother the doctor, was born in this county. -Charter Oak Times. One of the brightest and most amusing of the new comedies of the theatrical year is "Tilly Olson," a Swedish-American dialect play. The principal role is that of a young Swe dish girl, a sort of Scandinavian Sis Hopkins an entirely new and novel stage role. There have been heroes of the Swedish-American type before but this it is believed, is the first in tsance that the playwright has con structed a drama in which the leading role is that of a young girl of Swedish parentage. The part is in no sense a parody but a skillful piece of char acter study, true to nature and with no exaggeration. The story is melo dramatic at times and there are some stirring episodes woven into the play. The part of Tilly will be played by Miss Emily Ericksi .. a vivacious and eccentric comedienne rare merit. At Opera House for iWatinee and Night, Saturday Sept. 8. Price 25-35 and 50 cents. Matinee 10 and 25 cts. bv Lamhukx Dkuu Co. W. C. T. U. CONVENTION Program of Meeting at Baptist Church September 11 and 12th The follow'.ng is the program of what promises to be an interesting meeting of temperance workers to be held next week. Tuesday :2 p. m. Mutzen items Devotional Led by Mis Roll Call—Responded to by Te:nieran Convention Hymn Appointment of Committees /W:: Ureetintr from District President, Report of Unions Noontide prayer. TUESDAY ?PM Sinu'ir.^ Choir Devotions Rev. A. W. Gaujrer. German M. E. church Address of Welcome—Churches .. Hryce WEUXKsllAY 2PM 'i'V Devotions Mrs. c. w. Merril rK!\V'.J.",'M!:.NTS Relation of foo t) c:iuruJt«:\ MS. Agr-us K' Sunday S-'ioj". Mrs. A. Hu:ut'..v. Ha Grove Loyal To :nperan^e LiSi-ion Mrs. iek Smith Battle creel: Xon-Alcoho'.ic Medication Mrs. Amelia Quenby, Siou* city Sabbath Obssrvaaee Mrs. churehill. Onawa Relation of Purity-to Temperance. Mrs. Delia Philips. Deloit. \Vfclj- i:.-DAY I'M sinirin ..... choir Devotions Uev. c. H. slul!. Baptist solo-.- Mrs. l.'u F. MarLin Lecture Mrs. Marion l-£. Dunham Burlington Benediction Mrs. w. w. KJiodenbaujrh is chairman of the Entertainment commit let. The candidates for supervisors are exceptionally strong. They are all farmers and all business men. One is an experienced bridge builder another a civil engineer. All are successful farmers- and men of absolute integritv. It appearing that Denison was to be without a Lecture Course this season a meeting was called by the Young People's Societies of the Methodist. Presbyterian and Baptist churches to consider the advisability of conducting a course and a committee was appoint ed consisting of L. M. Cassaday, Prof. Fellows and U. G-. Johnson to make a preliminary canvass to determine whether or not enough tickets could be sold' to warrant the undertaking. Mr. Nessler of Carroll, representa tive of the Redpath Lyman Bureau was present at the meeting and pre sented a course which was agreed upon conditional upon the sale of sufficient tickets. The numbers are as follows: The Royal Hungarian Orchestra (nine pieces). The Temple Male Quar tette, Hendickson and Rosane (Jugg lers and Magicians,) Frank R. Rob ertson (Illustrated lecture on travels.) Dr. Thos. R. Green (On the course last year). It has been decided to make price of all season tickets SI.00 to charge 10 cents a number for served seats. This is making price a popular one considering excellent merit of the attractions offered. The committee will make the preliminary canvass immediately. No (ine'would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed. There is always that possibility of a little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go unprovided. The thinking man, whose stomach some times goes back 011 him, provides for his stomach by keeping a bottle of Kodol For Dyspepsia within reach. Kodol digests "what you eat and re stores the stomach to the condition to properlv perform its functions. Sold Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines •e desire to call the attention of the public to our large and handsome line of Musical Instruments of every description/ We handle only the best makes and every Instrument carries our guarantee both as to quality and workmanship, SEWING MACHINES—In this department we handle only the best that is to be had, every machine is of standard make and has all the latest improvements. Call and look our lines over and you will be convinced that we handle only the best there is, and that our prices are lower than any where else. Randall St Boylan "THE SURE CURE WATCH DOCTORS" Dow City, The Rev. Jforma! SUMMER CARNIVAL Base Ball Tournament Following will be given each day \V. V. Address of Welcome—Schools Prof. ...E. \V Fellows Address of Welcome—Denison Col lege Prof. W. G' Van Ness Solo Mrs. H. ,T. Sibbert Address of Welcome—Federation of Womans Cubs Mrs. .1.13. Romans Address of welcome—Citizens Mayor Carey Address of welcome—Denison Union Mrs. Asenath Gable Response Mis^ Jennie Crane. Battle Creek Duet Mrs.T.ou F. Martin Miss Anirie Brown Discussion:—can the church evangelize the world without iirst destroying the liquor tramc? Rev, H. c. Stu!K Prof. w. c. Van Ness Rev. Wm. E. Brvce Snap shots from the floor O.'Ierinz Benediction WEDNESDAY 9S» A Devotions Mrs. Alma Prentiss. Deloit Reports of Unions continued Reports of committee Parlimentary Drill Mrs. Dunham Election of officers convention Hymn Noontide Prayer Charter Oak Dr. R. J. Hart of Minneapolis, a former resident of Charter Oak is visiting old friends in town today. I. A. Mains went to New Lexing ton, Ohio on Saturday. Chas. Robertson and .wife drove to Denison Thursday. Nelile McWililams is visiting friends in Sioux City this week. Lydia Wertz returned to Ida Grove' Saturday where she will continue her school duties. H. F. Arff came home Saturday evening to remain over Sunday with his family. J. H. Mains and dsiugher Florence, of Stuart. Neb. visited in town last week. Jay Stuart and wife left for Fort Dodge and other points on Monday Lelae Greigg. spent Sunday at her home in Ute. Jessie Loomis arai Rose Sothman spent Thursday and Friday of last week in Uia t-ft *Jr- V' ». 'trt the county location. the and re the the Free Attractions have been secured and HIGH TIGHT WIRE PERFORMANCE SINGLE FLYING TRAPEZE HORIZONTAL BAR ACT BIG COMBINATION ACT NOVELTY SLACK WIRE WITH FANCY PA PER TEARING HIGH DIYE and BALLOON ASCENSION. EVERYBODY COME AND Iowa. I3-M4—15th a UNDERTAKERS Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers I have a number of good farms for sale at reason able prices, and at terms to suit purchaser. To close an estate I am offering the Michael Ains- worth 134 acres, north of Denison, at a special bargain price. Most of this farm is bottom land, and good soil, improvements are fair, orchard, good water and all fenced. Its dirt cheap at the price. I also have farms in every township in to sell, therefore can suit you 111 Denison and can give you just ua Milium -GRADUA TES— Dos Moines College of Embalming of Des Moines. Iowa. November, UK)I. Phikideliiha Training School for Kmbalmers k)f Philadelphia, Pa .. October, IvMM —LICENSED— By Nebraska iioard of IieulUi. June 20ih IWi. No. los. Hy Iowa I3oard of Health. May I9lh Xo. A larj/e and complete stock of tuneral supplies alu ays on uvi. Calls promptly aji we rod day or niyht. Satisfa Iowa Phone No. O. C. Phone Ni^ht Phone C. C. BARTCHER Lower Broadway Crawford County Farms action guaranteed n: 4 fu ""v» Denison City Property I have listed a large number of residences No expense to show either farm or town pro- peity as I have my own t«_am. E. F. TUCKER, Denison, 112 BROS. Denison, Iowa 111 what vou want See Me Buying. Before Iowa.