THE PLAY'S THE THING
Denison Ameteur Talent Has Treat In
Store for Thursday Night
Hans Iiamann, German American
will make his bow to a Denison au
dience and it is to be hoped that he
will be greeted oy a full house. The
young people have put no end of work
on the production of this play an it
ought to be well given. The story is
that of a German immigrant who
falls into the hands of real estate
sharks and buys a piece of land at a
fabulous price for those days.
Drought makes it impossible for him
to pay and taking advantage of his
ignorance the sharper gets him to
give up the farm. In the meantime
the younger of the real estates men
has laid a plot by which he hopes to
entrap. Kate, the charming steno
grapher of the office. In the rush
for land at the opening of Oklahoma.
Hans manages to get aliead of the
sharps he also gets track of the evi
dence that brings the villian to grief
and wins for him the girl on whom
his heart is set.
One of the scsnes is a picnic of the
German settlers into which are intro
duced some old time German songs
and dances. This scene and the love
making of Jerry and the pretty
Gretchin furnish many hearty laughs
as do also Old Gawgeand Abe Wither
spoon, a typical Yankee Jestis. s«i
Cusl of Characters,
l-Ians Iiamann, German American.
W. E. Kahler.
Isaac Ivetchum, Real Estate Agent
J. H. Walker.
U. S. Holden. Partner of Ketchum.
in love with Kate, Ray Friend.
Jerrv. A conscientious tout, F. W.
Abe Witherspoon. The Yannees, J.
P., Otto Moenck.
Uncle Gawge, Black but good
hearted, Lcn Simons.
Fritz Hellendorf, A German immi
grant. Warren Romans.
Peter II. F. Petersen, also an im
migrant. Dr. Kracht.
U. S. Ollicer.
Soldiers, neighbors, and children of 1
Kate. Stenographer for Ketcham
and Holdem, Mrs. Grace Sprecher.
Gretchcn, the sweetest girl that
ever turned the heads of "Kansas
sunflowers." Mrs. Faye Mann.
Mrs. Fritz Hellendorf. Miss Allie
Mrs. l'eter H. F. Petersen, Miss
This play will be given for the be
nefit of the Firemen of Denison.
Prices 25, I'y and 50. Reserve seat
may be had at Johnson's this morn
No no need to pay expensive Hos
and railroad fare when
DR. WEBER, the Eye and
comes here and can cure vou at home.
JUNE 1st. AT
'rSA TURD A Y,
"'1 Examination!! Free
Team Defeats Odebolt
Score 5 to 0.
Beeler who pitched for Odebolt
threw a very good game. He struck
out six of the Denison players. He
let two men to base on balls. Henry
Faul made two fine catches out in
center field the only two that came to
him: both were against the sun and
were very hard to catch. Our men
did excellent out in the field, but did
not do so well in the batting.
Mark Clark made the only three
base hit, Kelly west. Dodge making
the only two base hits. There were
number of singles. We believe we
have a town team now that can play
ball. There was a fairly good crowd
to see the game. The players were as
Denison s, '''Odebolt
Faul Pitcher Beeler
Oary Catcher Plantz
Dodge Short S. Miller
Blosser 1st Base Johnson
Kelly,, 2nd Base Beller
ClarK 3rd Ba-e Plantz
West li. F. Ketter
H. Faul C. F. Rogers
B. Garv L. F. /. Breggen
Searl Sub Ortbory
Umpire Pete Branakaof Schleswig,
Time of game one nour and five
minutes. W. C. Rollins of Denison.
Manager, Perkins of Odebolt score
We think that Denison has a club
which will win the majority of the
games this year. Let the town give a
good supprot and there will iots
true sport, this summer.
A Great Time at Denison
We are ready for the young men graduates with the finest kind of a line of
Furnishings to make your son the best dressed boy in the class.
The Denison professionals came out
ahead in their second game with
Odebolt which took place on last
Thursday afternoon. With a few
changes in the players from the last
game the Denison team was superior
in every way. Faul pitched a fine
game not letting a man take his base
on balls. He did no wild throwing
and he got himself out of a bad hole
in the fourth when Odebolt had a man
on both second and third bases only
one out with, a good batter to bat.
Tut was ready for him and fanned
two men out following twelve of the
Odebolt men struck out.
Let no one forget the oratorical
contest next Friday night. The pro
gram will not be made up until that
dav so we cannot give it here. Be
sides the eight orations there is to be
fine music bv the orchestra, singing
bv Mr. and Mrs. Sibbert and the
popular whistling by Miss Norman.
The representatives from the other
colleges will be here and Denison
people should turn out and fill the
opera house to overflowing. There
will be a big time, and much excite
ment. Reserve seats at the Johnson
MEMORIAL SUNDAY SERVICE.
There will be? a Union Memorial
Service at the First Baptist church.
Denison, at 10:o0 A. M. Sunday,
May 2i.!th. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to every one to join in this
A little Kodol taken occasionally
especially after eating, \yill relieve
sour stomach, belching and heart
burn. J. B. Jones, Newport, Tenn.
writes: "1 am sure three one dollar
bottles of your Kodol positively cur
ed tne of dyspepesia. and I can re
commend it as that was three yeais
ago and I haven't been bothered since
with it." Kodol is guaranteed to
give relief. Sold by Lamborn Drug
Gasoline and Kerosene Blue Flame
Stoves cheap, also Gasoline and Ker
osene delivered at your own door.
Phone 62 J. G. WYGANT. 16-tf
Tout ft® Suits
Spices offer a larger
opportunity tor adultera
tion than almost any
other article of food.
When you buy in bulk
you cannot be sure of
getting -pure spices.
When you buy a pack
age of TONE'S you get
spices that are guaran
teed absolutely pure,
fresh, clean and full
strength—you know that
you are getting full value
for your money.
10 cents a package
DCS MOINES, IA.
Great Plans Being Made
The landscape gardner Mr. Pease of
Des Moines met with the cemetery
board on Saturday and a comprehen- ,1
sive plan was adopted for the per
manent improvement of the city of
the dead on the hill. We hope that
our citizens will give this movement
their aid. The cemetery at Denison
offers magnificent possibilities to be
made a beautiful place, the pride of
every citizen. The lot owners must
fall in with the plans and arrange
their lots in harmony with the best
interest of all concerned. The sexton
has already made many improvements
this year, and it really appears that
at last things are in good hand*.
Look about when over on Memorial
day. If you have a lot think what you
can do to make it look well. If not
buy one now and thus help the im
g« COMMENCEMENT SUITS! 1
There is probably no medicine
that is relied upon with more implicit
confidence than Chamberiain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dur
ing the third of a century in which
it has been in use, people have lsarn
ed that it is the one remedy that
never fails. When reduced with
water and sweetened it is pleasant
to take. For sale by L. E. Blosser,
til*. *1 1-
For your Furniture, Floors and
We will give you a 1:1c, can of
JAP-A-LAC KIIKK with every pur
chase of JAl'-A-LAC amounting to
2.1 cents or over.
THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 1907.
It is conceded that we carry the largest stock in the county in Men's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing. This means the
H| widest possible selection. We have but 0/?e Price and that is the lowest possible.
1HUETTMANN BROS. Denison, Iowa.
Ladies' Drawers, embroidery and lace
Ladies' Corset Covers, lace in front,
Ladies' White Skirts, embroidery and
/lace trimmed, splendid values, 75c to..
These are exceptional values, look them over.
The Way to Carry Monsy.
A man is sal'.' from pickpockets if
he carries his money in his trousers
pockets, says an experienced detective.
A hi] pocket is simply a delusion. The
man who carries his money there is a
l\K)l. The breast pocket is no safer
when the coat is buttoned", because the
man who is alter the money located
there has only to slit the cloth with a
sharp little knife blade set in a ring.
•Carry your money in your right trou
sers pocket and you will never have it
picked. As for jewelry, when in a
crowd twist your watch chain around
your left thumb or index finger and
don't let go. uo matter what happens.
You are lucky if you wear a diamond
liu fiu\ «i v«iiir no imittiir who I ajifefv
Ladies' Gowns, embroidered yoke,
We are the cheapest and have the very latest styles,
All three are first class
one at $30.00 and guaranteed to be
".She's devoted to style."
••Yes, but I wonder that she doesn't
"What's the reasonV"
"She doesn't eonsider divorce good
Splendid, DreSSy Suits,
O S I N N E W E A I N O
11 I I CTipY The New Sailors, Duck Hats, and all the newest things
"Would you believe it, old Bilious
turned down his
wineglass at the
ha li last
"No, I would
n't believe It
"lie did never
"Yes, and call
ed for a dipper."
ITS NOT A
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Misses Suits and Drawers
at Low Prices
BELTS—Black Silk and Wash Belts,
from 25 cents up to
in the Nobby Styles#
Be sure and see our Milliner/ before you
R. W. BAMFORD
WE HAVE THE
We have an over stock of The Porter and will sell you
attachments it has. Some chap will
even cut off a portion of your necktie
to get it. I'.eware of rushes—people
uietly knocking against you, etc. If
man falls against you. elbow him off
or step aside. In a crowd let them
knock your hat off or smash it over
your eyes, but don't throw up your
first class. As good as any planter sold by
If you are going to take a trip, free
information as to excursion rates will
be gladly furnished by any Illinois
Central Ticket Agent, or a postal card
to the undersigned will bring it.
Hates are now authorized to many
dill'erene points and sections oi the
country, for instance:
Tourist tickets daily to certain points
southeast, south, southwest, west and
northwest, limited to June 1st for re
Colonists one-way second-class tickets
to many points in the territory out
lined for 'Tourist rates.
Home-seekers round trip tickety on 1st
and .'hi Tuesdays of March and April
to many points southeast, south,south
west and west.
H. J. PHELPS,
Division Passenger Agent I. C. R.R.
tiU3 Bank Bldg., Dubuque, Iowa.
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