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If the children haven't been pho tographed lately, have it done NOW at Denison Local Jlrs. Mackey was a shopper in Den ison Saturday from Arion. Additional Denison local news on page five of the first section. Miss Gertrude Schwab was a visi tor in Denison Saturday from Royer. Elmer Watson, of Schleswig, war transacting business in Denison Mon day. Mr. Lee Winn, of Ruck Grove, trans acted business in this city on Satur day. Tom Ahart and family were up from Dow City yesterday4 attending the M. L. Houlihan funeral. Mrs. Tlieo. Roliwcr and son .(ulius were down from Schleswig Monday spending the day with friends. Only two more weeks of school af ter this week—a news item which will especially delight the kiddies. l'rof. and Mrs. l'\ N. Olrv and little (laughter Carmen enjoyed a visit with relatives in Schleswig Sunday.' Mr. and Mrs. David Clark were a liioug those from Dow City visiting and shopping in Denison Saturday. Carl Henedict, of Dunlap, was in Denison yesterday, coming down to at tend the funeral of his old friend Mr M. L. Houlihan. John H. Kuhl, of Manning, is spend ing a few days in Denison this week visiting his grandsons, J. W. Miller, Jr. and E. J. Miller. .Tulius Struck was down from Scliles wig yesterday attending to business matters at the county capital and call ing on acquaintances. C. K. Chase and brother Karl Chase, were over from Ruck drove Saturday attending to some business matters at the county capital. Mrs. O. V. Schwarz, of Royer, shop ped and visited with friends in Deni son on Friday. The Review oflice ac knowledges a pleasant call. Mr. Delos Maack, of Royer, was a niong the Review subscribers who call ed at this oflice for (lie purpose of ex tending their subscri!pti*ns on Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller and Dr. and Mrs. .1. J. Miller motored over from Manning Sunday to spend the day at the homes of J. W. Miller, Jr. and K. J. Miller. «r. J. Dozark, who resides near Vail, attended the county convention at the county seat on Saturday. While in Denison, Mr. Dozark made a pleasant call at the Review oflice. Mrs. James Hart and daughters Mis ses Kva and Ressie, who reside at Fort Scott, Kansas, arrived in Deni son last week (or a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jensen. Mr. Peter Miller departed last eve ning for Chinook, Mont., where lie will spend the summer looking after his extensive business interests. Mr. Miller expects to join him "the latter part of June. Mr. Jess Loienzen. accompanied by his daughter. Miss Kmnia, attended to business matters at the county seat Saturday. While in the city Mr. Lor enzen called at the Review oilice and extended his subscription. iawrist-g The Ferguson Studio Miss Maud McDonald, of Vail, was a visitor in the city Tuesday. Miss Mary Sheridan of Vail, visited with friends here Saturday. Mrs. Mary MctJrath was over from Charier Oak Tuesday visiting friends. G. A. Pearsall was a business visi tor in Denison Thursday from Dow City. Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Lallv, of Vail, spent Monday in Denison the guests of Mrs. Frank Paup. Miss Kmnia Wilbur was up from Dunlap Saturday spending the day with friends in the city. Mrs. Krnest Rickert, of Schleswi spent Monday in Denison calling on friends and shopping. Miss Hattie Stegemann, of Sehlcswi spent Friday in the city shopping and calling on friends. Mr. and Mr. Wn). Ryrne, of Vail were in Denison yesterday attending the funeral of M. L. Houlihan. Attorney II. Shaw Van went up to Sac City yesterday where lie is at tending to some legal business. Chas. Richardson was down from Vail Saturday attending to some bus iness matters at the county capit.'il. Miss Magdalena Rachwitz returned Sunday from Roone. whore she enjoy cd a several days visit with friends. Mrs. James Duffy and Mrs. P. Rro gan were down from Vail Tuesday at tending the funeral oof the late M. L. Houlihan. Mrs. J. P. Murphey and daughters Misses Loretta and Margaret, visit ed friends in Denison the fore part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mesenbrink, wlio reside at Earling, came to Denison Tuesday to attend the funeral of M. Li. Houlihan. Air. and Mrs. Win. Brotthauer and daughter Lulu, who reside on a farm near Charter Oak, visited,Miss Edna Rretthauer in Denison Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hollander mot ored down from Schleswig last eve ning to be in attendance at the special meeting of the Eastern Star. Mrs. It. O. McConnaughey and Miss Hemic© Osborn were passengers tc Omaha Saturday morning where they enjoyed the day visiting friends. Mr. Chas. Guam, of Carroll, who is half owner of the Cnam-Lanibevty clothing store in Denison, spent Mon day in Denison transacting business in connection with the store. Mr. and Mrs. John Hftrtlgan, Mr. anil Mrs. Dan Hartigan and the Misses Lizzie and Anna Higgins, of Ute, were iii attendance nt the funeral of M-. L, Houlihan in Denison yesterday. Mr. Reirnes and daughter. Miss Mayme, who reside at Carroll, were among those from a distance in atten dance at the funeral of Mr. M. L. Houlihan in Denison yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. P. Barrett, Mrs. Martin Barrett and Mrs. Jcssup, residents of Dunlap. were among those from a dis tance in attendance at the funeral of Mr. M. L. Houlihan held yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Liscomh and children, of Dunlap, stopped off at Denison Monday for a brief visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hani lord. The Lisconilis had spent Sunday at Sac City visiting Mrs. Liscomb's motliert Mrs. Hattie Ferrill. To The Graduate To whom years of prep aration has taught that ACCURACY in thought and action is the foundation of SUCCESS no other gift is so appro priate as a watch of qual ity. It's life long accuracy is a most signifi cient gift—a reminder tor all the years to come of all that the years of train ing "Graduation" stand for. Other Suitable gifts from $1 Upward. J. V. BARBORKA Jeweler and Optometrist v. I...in Viifili'-.i.fa Mrs. Harvey Volkinan, Mrs. B. S. An dresen und Mrs. Macy, of Schleswig. were in Denison last night to attend the Eastern Star meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McHenry and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Morrison and little son, Raymond, were up from Dow Citv Saturday shopping and visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Rae and Mr. and Mrs. Mott McHenry and cliil dren, of Dow City, attended church in Denison Sunday and were dinner guests at the Frank Woolston home. Mr. and Mrs. Jurgen Koch, who re side west of Charter Oak, motored to Denison Monday for a visit with friends Their daughter, Miss Martha, accom panied them home in the afternoon for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bullock returnul Sunday from Colfax, la., where they have been at the sanitarium for the past few weeks. Mr. Bullock was called to Augusta. 111., while he was at Colfax on account of the death of his niece, Mrs. Edward Crain. Mrs. C. C. Tripp, who resides at Ari on, mother of Mrs. Frank Bolton, of this city, suffered with a slight para lytic stroke at her home last Sunday. She was brought to Denison Sunday afternoon and is now being cared for at the home of her daughter. After the regular meeting of the W. 11. C. on last Saturday afternoon, a pleasant surprise was given Mrs. Eliz abeth Moeller. Mrs. Moeller was giv en a beautiful silver spoon by the corps. A very enjoyable time was had. Dainty refreshments were served. The Lyric quartet of the Denison col lege. accompanied by Miss Hertlia Lepheldt, reader, and Miss Lillian Raine, director, went up to Deloit on Friday evening, where they gave an entertainment. The entertainment was well attended and everyone speaks highly of it. Mrs. C. F. Kuehnle and daughter Miss Lydia Helle returned Thursday from Chicago, where Mrs. Kuehnle has been for the past two weeks taking treatment in a hospital. We are glad to report that her condition has great ly improved, a fact which her many friends will be glad to learn. Mr. John L. Richardson returned Saturday from St. Petersburg, Fla., where he spent the winter months. Mr. Richardson tells us that he enjoyed hi? winter sojourn in sunny Florida im mensely and was delighted with the climate. He is a great fisherman and enjoyed some unusually good fishing while there. We have been requested to announce that the various divisions of the Wo men's Bible Study classes of the city will hold a Joint meeting at McKiin Hall on next Tuesday afternoon, com mencing at two-thirty o'clock. The lesson will be a general review of the entire book of St. John, and sugges tions will be in order for the summer' study. Rev. F. W. Bates, who was pastor of the Baptist church in Denison from 18!)7 to 1!(01, died at a hospital in Se attle, Wash, on April 2Nth. Rev. Bates has many warm friends, in Den ison wlio were grieved to learn of his death. He left Denison in 1901, mov ing to Olympia, Wash., where lie has been pastor of the Baptist church since that time. He leaves to mourn his death his wife and three daughter ). Mr, M. J. Fanning, of Philadelphia, will lecture on temperance and equal suffrage at the gymnasium on Tues day evening. May Ifitli. Mr. Fanning made a lecturing tour of Iowa during the campaign of '82 and says lie is an xious to help in a campaign when we shall keep what we gain. The lecture will be at 8 o'clock. He should have a. fine hearing. Come and listen whether or not you are in sympathy with the movement. Philip Gray, who attended the high school in Denison two years ago. has recently invented a bird cage and has sent the drawings to Henry Ford, who we understand was favorably impress ed with the patent and Philip believe that-he will be able to dispose of the patent for quite a sum of money. He is now attending the Omaha high school and will graduate in June. He has been offered the position of assist ant instructor of manual training in the Omaha schools lor the coming school year. The Review is issued 'this week un der difliculties. On Monday the gaso line burner on the linotype machine, which melts the metal used in castinn the type, balked and it was not until a late hour Monday evening that the trouble was overcome. High test gaso line is required for the burner, but. for some reason the gasoline was not up to standard and refused to burn. .\ot a line of type was set Moliday and it was necessary to send much of the matter for this issue to Omaha to have it linotyped so that tho paper would reach its readers on time. We have been requested to an nounce that the closing meeting for the school year of the Mother's club of Whittier school will be held at the west building on Thursday afternoon of this week. An exceptionally inter esting and helpful program has been arranged by the teachers of the grades represented in the Mother's club, in cluding an address by Miss Lillian Miller* domestic science instructor of the Denison public schools, and Miss Grace Meyers, librarian, the formers subject being domestic science and that of the latter being library books. A large attendance of the mothers is de sired for the occasion. Wbrd was received in Denison yes terday of the death of Mrs. A. W. Wig gins, which occurred at her home at Ottumwa Monday evening following an attack of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins were former residents of Denison and Dow City and the news of her death will come as a surprise to the many friends of the family residing in this county. Mrs. F. L. Hoffman, sister of Mrs. Wiggins, went down to Ottumwa last week to assist in caring for her and was at the bedside when she passed away. She leaves to mourn her death 'her husband, one son, .lav Wiggins, who is engaged in the shoe business at Grinnell. her mother. Mrs. A. Robinson, und three sisters. 319191(4 THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 1916. FOR SALE- j§ TO RENT— j| TO EXCHANGE— ffiSIcOi FOR SALE. FOIl SALE—Chicken house, size 1 divided into six compartments. Ilnilt of matched flooring and covered with a good felt roofing. Drofiping boards and roosts complete also feed boxes, watering cans and bone grind er will be sold with building or separ ate. Dr. B. F. I'hilbrook. lll-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE:—-10 horse power touring car in good condition. Inquire at the Review oflice. tf. WANTED WANTED—A farm hand. Call F. F. Rannigcr. Phone No. -Iti-l!. l'J-l t*J» ESTRAY KSTRAYED—Three red yearling? from my farm. Finder please notify 1'. T. Flinn, Denison, Iowa. l!l-tf LOST LOST—Between high school build ing and Hotel Denison, a gray k:d glove. Finder please leave at Review oflice. 19-lt LOST—Ret ween the Amos Peterson and B. Ilrodcrsen farms, a lady's pock etbook. containing sonic money and crocheting. Finder please leave at Re view oflice. 19-lt LOST-—A balmaccan overcoat, (light weight) between Denison and Ells last Sunday evening, fetter and pocket address as follows: A. L. Stangland Alta, Iowa. Finder please return to tlie Review' office. 19-lt* FOR RENT Plenty of good pasture to rent. Good running water. Enquire of John Hil ton, the bliss man. Phone 21-1. It) 2t. CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. FOR SALE CHEAP—A seven room house and two lots, located on South Sweet street. Call P. W. Weber Phono 151. 13-tf BUSINESS BRIEFS I will sell on the streets of Denison. Saturday, May tilth, horses, cattle and harness. W. J. McAhrcn. l!t-lt Dressmaking School. Thorough instruction in cutting,-de signing and sewing. Our systems are easy to learn and are perfect fitting. Mrs. II. A. Graves, Manager, Denison, Iowa. ltitf Transparent Stain Ilqor finish adds a line lustre to old linoleum or oil cloth. Menagli's Store. P.»-lt Why keep vour winter chorinp up year after year in bleak cold barns and yards when lew dollars will buy seedling soft, maples, post catalpag, Russian mulberry, box elder, cotton wood, that you can plow iu quickly. Be kind to yourself, family ami ani mals: get trees in this year from W M. Bomberger, Harlan. Plenty time now. 1S-21 Dr. Weber, the eye and ear doctor will lie at Hotel Denison on Thursday, May IXtli. Examination free. Come. 18-3t. !»5 per cent successful tree planting is in May when sap starts imparting more life and growing power to trees plants. They move better then with less loss if well managed. You will lose year by waiting. Phone order at once to W. M. Bomberger, Harlan, Iowa. 18-2t Month of May is time to plant ever greens. Every kind can be sent im mediately or we can load your auto in 10 minutes if you drive hero to nnr serv. W. M. Bomberger, Harlan, Iowa. 18-2t Calling cards primed in all of the latest designs at the Review oflice for only $l.ot) per hundred. 17-5t. "But." asUed the defaulter, who was arranging for transportation to Mex ico, "haven't you something special fur, tourists?" "No," replied the ticket agent. "Pardon me. but I have," chimed in the detective, appenring at that mo ment with a pair of steel bracelets. "Here's something special for two wrists. Suppose you try 'eiu."--Ex change. POPULAIfMECHANICS A\AGAZINE 300 ARTICLES -300 ILLUSTRATIONS] K"EEP informed of the World's Progress in Engineering, Mechanics and Invention. For Father and Son and All the Family. It appeals toallclasses-Old and Young—Men and Women. It is tbo Fiivorito Mugiizino in thousands of liotnetf throughout tho world. Our Foreign C'-orri-HpontieiHH are constantly on the watch for tiling* uud iutertwtiug und it it Written So You Can Understand It The Slw» NotM 0»Mrtm«i* CiO Pukw.) contain. Prwctiuil IlinlH for Shop Work and iwy ways for the lajmuu to do tliinm aromnl the Homo. Amateur Mechanics (17 for tlie Hn.v« rttul Olrl«wholikotom:ikithinga,lellahoirtoraake\\ ire lean nntl Telegraph Outfit*. Engines, Mont*. Snow ntiop*. .Jewelry. Furniture, ete. ('ontiiini* in struct ions lor th« Mechanic, Camper and Sportsman. •l.SO PER YEAR SINALK COMM. Uc Oritr lr*m y*ar wwi^wlw fr*m Ik* puMiaftor. Sampla copy will ba smt mimt. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE No. Michigan Axoauo. CHICAGO 1 Classified Advertising Five Cenf Per Line F.ach Innortion. No Ad for Lew Than Fifteen Cents. Curd of Thank* Fifty Cents BUSINESS BRIEFS CONTINUED Mind your own business. If you don't have, one, take a course in Mau kato (Minn.) Commercial college and you soon will have. Send for their cat alogue. 17-41 Prescriptions accurately and prompt ly filled at Schlumbergcr's Pharmacy, where only the purest of drugs are used. 18-2t Now is^the time to buy your single harness. $10.«0 per set and up at Ed Nelson's Harness and Shoe Store, Denison, Iowa. 18-2t Ncltice to Water Users. The city council lias ordered that all water rents be paid in at the city hall oflice hereafter. All accounts must be paid on or before May 15th. M. J. BURKE, 18-2t Collector. Evergreens per 100, $2. $4. $10, $15, $20. Fancy lawn specimen evergreens 80c to $5 each up to 8 ft. W. M. Bom berger, Harlan. 18-2t Get healthier and cheaper living a fruit garden of strawberries, raspber ries. grapes, blackberries, gooseberries currants will do both get plants at once of W. M. Bomberger, Harlan. 18-2 HOUSE CLEANING time Is here. Why not use Decotint on the walls and ceilings and Mar-Not, the var nish that has no equal, on the floors and wood work? For sale at Schluni berger's Pharmacy. 18-2t. Growing apples in Iowa does pay have plenty of customers who last year grew and sold $800 worth of ap ples from farm orchards. $16,000.00 worth from 18 acres another $2500 from 5 acres Jonathans another 25,000 bushels from 31 acres. Apples are profitable in Iowa if you get trees of W. M. Bomberger. Harlan, Iowa. Send to me for your fancy bedding plants cannas. blooming geraniums, salvia, colius foliage, dahlias, gladioli, phlox, peonies, mums, cemetery plantings, shrubs, roses, house plants, ferns, hanging baskets, window box plants. W. M. JJomberger, Harlan, Iowa. 18-2t For Memorial day—Phone for green house cut flowers, carnations, roses, peonies, lilies, wreaths or any memori al day cut flowers or cut flower serv ice, to W. M. Boinoberger, Harlan. 18-2 Why not plant a good orchard plant an up to date one now. Apples as well as plums and cherries are easy to grow if modern up to date kinds are now planted and methods used you can get fruit that is better than from west or south—fine fruit: have home grown fruit year around if you get trees of W. M. Bomberger, Har Ian, right off and plant them. 18-2t Make your place more beautiful by adding some beautiful growing trees silver poplars, oliaster. specimen ev ergreens that are silver colored—get as the birch, sugar maple, sycamore, elm. hackberry, Mt. ash. golden and some at once from W. M. Bomberger. Harlan. 18-2t FARM LANDS FOR SALE 80UTH DAKOTA. A FEW BARGAINS in stock and al falf ranches for quick sale. Kquity in 4» acres adjoining Rapid City, sale or trade. .L 15. Dilger Land Co., Rap id City. S. Dak, 1307B lO-lOt HAVE 160 acres in cultivation too breakable pasture: soft well wa ter '/i mile from school Vi mile town and railway. Good black soil with clay subsoil. Barn and house fenced and cross fenced in Bood condition $25 per acre, worth $5,000. Citizens State Bank, Eagle Butte, S. D. lS-tit* IOWA FARM RENTERS—We want the ad dress of every farm renter who is am liitious to own his own farm. For par ticulars send this advertisement with your address. Gesman Land Co., Pella. Iowa. Ill-IK- WANTED- 12 LOST- 1 FOUND-i MR. RENTER: Why pay high cash rent? Why not be progressive and own a farm of your own where (torn and alfalfa grow? Write .1. F. Spatz. St. Charles, Gregory Co., S. I). lti-lO* NORTH DAKOTA. Over 14 years in one place and one business—real estate. Never cancelled a contract, had a lawsuit or sat on the witness stand. Does stability and dependability mean anything to you Mr. Land Buyer? Agents and buyers wanted. Send for list. E. C. Lewis, Milnor, N. D. 17-5t* BUY HOMES where you have good schools, churches, telephone, rural mails lands rich and productive $20 to $t0 per acre. For particulars write Tho Plaza Land Co., Plaza. N. D. Wo Lead. 15-St* WISCONSIN WE OWN 200,000 acres, price $5 to $20 an acre, easy terms agents want ed. Grimmer Land Co., Marinette, Wis. 17-20* MICHIGAN LANDS. 30,000 acres, good hardwood lands for sale at $20.00 per acre. Good for fruit and general farming. Long time, (i per cent interest fine water for stock. Land Dept., The Buckley & Douglas Lumber Co., Manistee, Mich. 18-10K* SOUTHERN MINNESOTA FOR SALE—320 a. farm of the best soil in Stevens county, only 2 miles to good town 11 miles to county seat lino buildings, new silo, good grove. Price $85 per acre. No better land in Iowa or Illinois. This is a snap. Will pay you farmers to invest your money will double the value in five years. This price is good for one month only. No waste to this farm, either in wet or dry years. Sell this on easy terms. Information. Zopma-Pietens Land Co., Hancock, Minn. 17-4t*!» NEBRASKA FOR SALE—IMPROVED AND UN IMPROVED farm lands, 20 years' time, 5 per cent on deferred payments, 5 per cent on principal reliable incn with stock and implements need ap ply. M. Lyons, owner, Emmet, Neb. 17-10t NEW YORK HAVE lf.O ACRES 1-4 milo from school I mile town and railway good loam with clay subsoil spring water buildings and improvements worth $0,000 write for photos in A-l con dition $40 per acre $800 cash. $200 vearly. Address E. Munson, Syracuse, N. Y. lO-lOt MICHIGAN FOR SALE—In western Michigan Fruit belt, 5 and 10 acre lots on edge of city, suitable for gardening or poul try $250 to $500 each $10 to $25 down, balance iu monthly payments. Also bargains in unimproved and im proved farms in Manistee, Mason, Ben zie and Wexford counties $15 per acre up, easy terms. G. A. Hart. Owner 411 River St., Manistee. Mich. 15-10K" LIVESTOCK FOR SALE. CHICKS—This is the time to place orders for day old chicks with W. C. VanNess at the college. Hatchings May. 0. 10. 15, 18. 17-tf PERSONAL Only 20c, birthdate for year's predic tion .of your future. Prof, Sproul, 9916 St. Clair, Cleveland, O. No stamps. 6-29* LOUIS M. COON. M. D. Hubbell Block, Denison, Iowa. Twenty years a specialist in the diseases of the digestive organs and rectum, skin and nervous system. 19-tf AUTO LIVERY Auto livery, day or night. Phone 11526 for night 160 for day. Roscoe Romans. 36-tl Grocery Specials Thursday, Friday and Saturday 2 No. 2 1-2 cans of plums for 25c. 5 Ibi of bulk oatmeal for 19c 2 No. 2 cans of strawberries for 27c. Dried peaches priced 2 lbs for 17c, 10 lb boxes 75c, 25 lb boxes 1.73 2 lbs of fancy prunes 19c. Regular 25c packages of self rising buckwheat pancake flour for 20c package. 10 bars of Diamond Laundry Soap for 29c. Fresh Vegetables Head lettuce 10c head. Fresh tomatoes 12 l-2c lb. Cucumbers 12 l-2c each. Asparagus 6c bunch, New potatoes 5 I -2c lb. Meat Specials for Thursday, Friday and Saturday Our DELICIOUS BRAND liams and bacons, nliced, priced at 27c lb. Frcslt pork sausage lb 17 l-2c lb. Fresh hamburger lb, 18c. Extra fancy rib boil priced at II 1-2. Friday Specials Fresh halibut steak, 17 3-4c lb. Fresh shad pribed at 13 I-2c lb. Saturday Specials Extra fancy shoulder beef roast priced at 16 3-4r. lb. Menagh's Store PAGE PIVB Card of Thanks. We wish to thank tho many kind friends who by words and acts of sym pathy lightened the burden of our sor row at the death of our beloved wife, mother, daughter and sister. Mrs. Geo. W. Heston and Family. Notice to Bidders. Sealed bids will ho received at the oflice of the county auditor of Craw ford county, at Denison. Iowa, until I: iii) o'clock p. in., on Monday, May 22. 1916, for the construction of about five miles of permanent road grades. Bids must be accompanied by certi fied check for 5 per cent of bid. Plans and specitications may be seen at engineer's oflice after May 19,. 1916. Hoard reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Hoard of Supervisors, 19-lt Crawford County, Iowa. DANCING PROGRAMS—The Re-, view has most attractive programs for dancing parties, at reasonable prices. Samples of different designs willingly shown. 39-tf The Review and Chicago Daily Tribune, 1 year for YOUR CHAN $4.00 CALL IN TODAY! Improve'the oppor tunity to have those portraits taken. AR-' T1STIC PORTRAITURE, the class of work that the word "beat" can only represent it the results you'll want on your work. Let us show you the larger sizes and quote our low prices. Flora Robertson Photographer North Main St., Denison, Iowa Over Berg's Jewelry Store AUTO & FURNITURE POLISH (JOSO FOR ROOKS) Cleans and polishes Autos, Pianos, Floors, Woodwork, Furniture and any varnish ed or painted surfaces. Sold in half-pint, pint quart and gallon packages, and can be used from time to time without waste. FOR SALE BY CRAU DRUG CO., Dcnjdon, Iowa. Safety First. Time worn, but especially es sential in ourlline. When you have aprescription tilled at our drug store you are assur ed of precaution being taken that absolutely eliminates all possibility of any mistakes in any respect. Wo employ only registered pharmacists, and tho double checking system used makes an error highly improbable. Over 30 Years in Denison Schlumbergers Drug Store