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%0&mm rV AT KrS'J fefek' ,k'wJ^/ !$J$&V wtA* 4 f'vV" «%./*• n'* ^v-: $ :n- 4 tr 1 W" I "I? $• I THRee 1 -V I Wand if!ga^r™?5 BOTH PHONES. 'It *». Tht. The American Field Fence. Wheeler Adjustable Window Screen. Carrara Faint. Call and Examine them and you will want No Other GREEN BAY LUMBER CO A. WRIGHT, MANAGER. DENISON, IOWA [.MACHINE SHOP LUNEY HROS. MACHINE SHOP IS NOW OPEN AND READY FOR BUSINESS I 4 You will find us at the old stand near the mill. We are now prepared to do you better work on 1 your Plows and Machinery than you can get done in any other shop in this -county. Come and see us and bring your work along as we 2 guarantee our work. LUNEY BROTHERS WWWVW^VW* WM WW WWVWVWW*WWWW There is no equal or comparison to be made 'between our Home-made BREsiB and others Ours is Sweet, Wholesome and Nutritious. The Pride of Denison. Call and be convinced' THE CITY BAKERY E have on hand a nice lot of Fence Posts Poles. Also small Piling Hog Wire Fence, a car of the very best cement on the market, all kinds of shingles and building materials at bed rock prices* Call and see us before purchasing else where. At the old Stone & Temple stand. W. R. TEMPLE CO. That is Known to Last the Longest, Look the Best and Feel the Easiest to the Foot These Qualities are Found in The Famous ISelz Royal Blue $3.50 Shoe. Try Them, ihey are sure to give the Best of Service. E A E S BEST OF EACH IX THEllt LINE 4 WWWW DENISON 8 HOE fc, ECONOMY! Consists in Getting the Make THE BOYS." How to Make Bread Good bread bakers, as well as beginners, can always learn something new about making bread. Send for our bread book, •which explains "How to Make Bread" with Yeast Foam—the best yeast in the world. Good home-made bread is delicious, nutritious, and beautiful,andis just as easy to make as pie or cake, if you use Yeast Foam and follow the directions. 1 ^OaM which is the first essential of good bread, imparts a flavor and aroma of its own. It's made of wholesome vegetable ingredients, and contains the secret of that sweet, nutty, wheaty taste •which is the delight of all good home-keepers. The secret is in the yeast. Yeast Foam is sold by all grocers. Each package contains 7 cakes—enough to make 40 loaves—and sells for 5 cents. It's the most economical and the best, re gardless of cost. Write for the book to-day. We mail it free. NORTHWESTERN YEAST CO., Editorial Department By F. W. Meyers THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION, The republicans of Iowa meet in state convention at Des Moines this week. Iowa commands such an envi able position -in the Republican coun cils of the nhtion that it should be ex tremely careful in all it does. The purposes of the convention are to as sist in the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt and place Iovra in position to be of greatest value in the coming campaign. The convention is not called primarily for the purpose of vindicating one faction a dannihilit ing another. The set of men who pro pose such a thing are not the best friends of the party and are not true to the great interests Iowa has at stake. Iowa can accomplish great things if prudence rules its councils. Shaw can be made President in 1908 if the re publicans of Iowa will get together as they should. This cannot .•» done by the humiliation of Gov. Cummins or any other ri publican. The factional fight in Iowa republican ranks has reached the point where it is utterly senseless and without justification on any broad grounds either of statesman ship or partisanihi It is the s-quabie of children who want to play with the doll all t.ie time. Tnere is an is-u- between Hearst and ami Hearst democrats, but be tween the republican factions of Iowa there is nothing that can be dignified by that term. McGinty WILL MIHU find his position as submarine monarch seriously threatened bv Ru-nm -'ic.p'tacbments Heal'stwiu piDiniOiv navy ieso than 200 votes iu the -iiiocratic natmn.il convention. This will be how much per'' arm m,i ,. ..i.,, nju'-e thit, it Cost,-, uT a-- VIM .vbei.y" t'ie objec 1! to secure a rm'iou- al 'delegate a it. !.».-* t-i found a Carne gie 11 britri. A11 old it-ic-iiu 1 tie conun drum l,T-l L'O is il I'ritlM .• Vf Verb, IIUO Uns.Mai, fl .t lb Russell, iii 1 tJ' iir^i ti.iuiiL-'ji' at D. Moine, in snii to ti.vv.-i (l.td to much mouey thai, he tmd lu carry it 111 a shxwi raii. N.i vond«r "H arst swept IOWH Demiiei'ii- .1' 1: ..,,,1. nK ,f the pub lication of P.irKt r'.-, portrait in tu- lir-t st iu the come do tu that may bn ex pected iri the IIMMI ih moor.it ureal] should theN Y')( k'-' lie nominee. I The Oil-tnon. JI)ron oie nan just had 'a ease of editorial jmjtuis, and at I, ta :Us Secretary Stia-v with grea vitu- p. i*!itioti. 11, neetns a pity that .-( much good grey matter i,s Billy Hamilton possesses simuid b" ex initiated on eui teth and rem HIM. Forty million 1.- uiu tidy sum for which a Denisun man drew a warrant last week. Any of n• could do it, but nis warrant was^no.i too. It, was tne largest warrant, ever drawn ou the United Slat's Treasury, and it bre the name of iHiie M. Suaw, It was in payment for the Panama canal. ^Tya^:^y"j i^jfeAifeT-1 ••^.g-« Indiana democrats withstood the at tacks of Hearst b,iodic much better 1 than did this Iowa br-'thern. The Bulletin has from time to time Lriticised the way in which Carnegie is stating iid of his millions, It evidently prefers the Hearst plan, as in that way the money goes direct to the pfeople. SEWS 84 YEAltS OLD. (ltevlew May 211870) About sixty pupils in our public sjhools. 1 W. A. McHenry delights in a picket! fence as his works testify. The Republican County Convention t) select State delegates will meet at Court house, Aug, (J. The number of delegates will be as follows: EistBoyer 2 Jackson 1 Boyer I Milford 3 Charter Oak 1 Union 2 I'enison 5 4 W. A. MCBHNRY, Chairman. (May 281S70) Why can't our postofliee be made a money order office? It would be a great convenience. Charley Cassaday tried to soft soup us the other day, He couldn't come i' but be made us a present of a box of six calces of variegated bath soap, all per fumed fiuely and in a neat box, Advertisement—C. F. Cassaday, agent for Organs and Melodeons. (June 4 1870) Willie Laub returned from Indianola on last Tuesday, where has beenat tjudiuc school. A Cure For Files. ''I had a case of piles" says G. F. Carter of Atlanta, Ga., "and consulted a physician who advised me to try a box of lie Witt's Witch Haz-1 Salve. I purchased a box and was entirelv cured. It is splendid for piles, giving relief instantly, and I heartily recom mend it to c.ll sufferer* DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unr-qoaled for itt. healine qualities Eez. ma and other skin diseases, also tores cuts, burns and wounds of every kind arequickl heiled by it. Sold bv RUDOLPH KNAUL CASSADY & CO. The Review Would Like to See The street sprinkler started. Main street gravelled from the Northwestern depot. As many boys in the Denison High School as there are girls. The second nine win every game played t.hi- season. TheDjnison High School put up a field and track team which can beat any high school in this section of the state. Every back alley cleaned of its rub. bish before it becomes necessary for the mayor to issue a proclamation to that fleet. An industry started in the city of Denison which will take up the surplus labor during the winier months. AMONG THE EDITORS. "One can't help feeling a little bit sorry, says the Washington Press. \for the democratic old thing, it has had so much intestinal, infernal trouble since 1890, and the etd is not yet." Says the Britt News, '"After refiding the late Judsre ibbiird's letter to Govern Shaw in re^Hrd the Sher elilT parole, we are thoroughly convinc ed that the lamented judge was not a stand patter bu a disciple of reciproc ity." Britt Ne ws: The litt'e strife that, has bee:J sroing on among the republic ans of I.iwa will cut no ligu in the end. During ttio nsttionw c»mpaign ftimi.y troubles will all be laid aside und the "-rand old state" will present :i solid front, ikin^ the majority for Ltoosevelt about 100,000. The Iowa City Citizen believes that "Secretary Shaw litis too good presi dential possibilities in him for some ciinip.'.ign of the fu'iii-e to be condemn ed to the vice presidential shell' thit. year.'1 The Nonpareil troes even far ther and believes that [he is too good material to be damaged in the leael by serving a term as vice president, Council BlulT.i Nonpureil. Carroll Fl-raid: If the publication of the Shercliff letter iu the Des Moines papers was intended to injure Hon. L. M. Shaw, the attempt was without result. Nothing has been nhown to involve the ex-governor in anythin that can possibly reflect upon hi.-, official conduct. His record is elear and his friends have nothing to apologize for him. Mr. Shaw stands higher and hisrher in the minds of Iowa people as time IIHHSHH. Speaking of the democratic state convention, the Nevada. Representa tive says, "The convention was popu listic in its make-up, in its leadership, in its choice of national delegates, and its resolutions. The elements that "ccured control of the Democratic oarty iu 1390 was there in force and letting it to be dis inctly understood that the regime then established was still in force and expected to continae. %-*i k. Tirr^rr -v Speaking of the publication of the letters relative to the ptrole of .Seher clifTe, the Iowa City Republican says: The publication is silent as to how the letters came to be made public, b.it maliciousness is observed in the face of the publication. One thing that is tot-he credit of Mr Shaw is the fact that the letters were ou file. If the t'-ien governor bad been at all inclined to grant a pardon upon an improper showing or for improper purposes he naturally would have kept the letters from the files of his office. As an at tics upon Secretary Shaw the publica tion will fall flat. The Detroit Tribune claims to have burned much midnight oil in the pro cess of evolving the following brief platform for the democratic party in the campaign of 1904: Whereas, we have hunted from Kala tmiz to Jer co for issues distinctive from those of the republican party and failed to find any on' which all the dem ocrats can unite except the tariff, which is a chestnut therefore 1. Resolved, That we are against toe republican party on general princi ples. 2. —n the republican party. Whether or uot the party will be sat isfied with the preamble and first plank, there is no doubt that the second plank expresses the sentiment of,all demo cra s. —Ex. AROUND THE STATE. George Harvey, who has teen a resi dent of Ute for several years, has mov ed to Buck Gi ove. to taKe. the manage ment of the Stewart Lumber Co.— Mapleton Press. Mason City is preparing for a b:g time in the way of an aunual eneaDjp. ment of the A. tt. and W. R. C. on tne 7'h,8 ana 9,n of next month. Governor A. ti. I'ne light proposition which was up before the voters of Vuil last week earned bv a vote of 95 for and 8 against. Either a gasoline or a.etyleue plant will be installed and non the dwellers "f mat little city will no longer walk in darKness. Through a recent decision of the supreme court, trie Carroll Iraprove meut c-mp-ny has secured a clear title to the property cornering on Sixth and Adams streets and will 9oon commence tne erection tf a masonic temple thereon. One Osterholm, wtui has been work in for the past month in the Ferguson show printing o(Ji :e at Logan, barely escaped capture short time ago by the sheriff of Page county, who want ed to take him to Red Oak to answer charges of breaking arid entering a business house in that city. He made a good esoape and has not been seen since. The Electric I ight and Power com pany at Cttrroll wi 1 soon commence pumping water for the city, when they wilt furnish d*v electrical service to those whp desire it. Fans, motors, etc. will b-! supplied to customers by thp company at. cost plus the freight, and if these luxuries are ta^en on by the restaurant* and eating houses, fiat city 11 soon present a decidly metro politan appearance. G. A. Strobmeier had an exc'tine experience, one day lust. weeK while crossing a swollen stream east of Oto. The culvert had v\ ashed away and upon reaching the opposite bank, it was foil-id to be too high for his team to climb, so they irned and were car ried down with the current. One of tne ncrsee got down and it took con siderable cutting of the harness to ex tricate it. H'-ip arrived iu time to right matters up before any serious damage occurred, except the whittling Gus was compelled to do ou the har ness. —Mapleton Press. A case of diphtheria developed re cently in a home near* Madrid, la., as the resu'.tof germs of long time stand in/. Several year3 ago some children •lied of the disease in that house, and -hortiv af'ir, the walls were covered with a ermt of whitewash. This sprint the whitewash begin to peal off so thai the proper thing seemed to be to scrape it all off and *ppiy fresh. Accordingly the good woman proceeded with this operation which resulted in a good dose of diphtheria from the dust from the old disease laden plaster. Roy Sharrer, a sixteen year old boy living at Centerville, la., was sentenc ed last week to serve three years in the penitentiary at bard labor for the crime of assaulting with intent to commit murder, On the 27tn day of -last Feb ruary, 'Joba Jones, superintendent of the mines owned by the Anchor Coal company, was driving: from Center ville to Shawville with a grip contain ing $2,000 with which to pay the min ers at the Shawville mines. While making the trip he was shot in the back bv young Sharrer who afterward confessed that it was his intention to secure the money. The horse became frightened at the shot and ran awav carrying the wounded man and the money to Shawville, wnere Mr. Jones told the excited miners who had shot him. The boy was soon arrested and forced to make a confession. 4$ l£*v i-^ Cummins ai:d several Iowa Congressmen will make address- "\»~t* ''"T ?*V^v^ ^Vv CHESTNUTS. The Turks have taken advantage of the Russian preoccupation in the east to raise hades with the Armeanian Christians. Yea, verily, war is hell. .7.' We have had the seedless orange for some time and. now someone has sue ceeded in propagating a seedless apple. The next thing in order is an appen dixiess human being which will be the stless of all. Some one has said that an egotist is a person who will not stop talking about himself long enough to allow you to talk about yourself It is a no table fact that this definition is only quoted by egotists. "I" /•,! days long ago (in the six ties you know) when a a went walking her skirts so. What would she say if she a 4 today with clutched so tight ly they a 1 1 look this wa The word was used in an order relat ing to the transportation of troops, and Baker was ordered by Lieutenant Col onel Miller to spell it "routeiug." He said that he could not conscientiously spell it with an "e." Brigaaier Gener al Frederick D. Grant, the commander of the Department of the Lukes, ap proves the dismissal of Baker, saying that he was given a legitimate order and was guilty of insubordination and he refused to carry it out. Ex. In this day when business man ar» complaining thut there are so many poor spellers, that man ought to have^ no trouble getting a good job. These 8-Room house with furnace, bath and all modern convenien ces, four blocks from busme#j center. $2300.00, easy terms. This is unquestionably the best bargain in the city. 7-Room house with one lot in' east Denison near the park, $900. This has never been offered for less than $1,100, but the owner wishes to make a quick sale. 7-Room house with basement and two lots near college, $1500. Just the thir.g for anyone with a family to educate. Four blocks from public school. 7-Room house in northeast Denison, three lots, $2500. 10 lots, 6-room house, good barn and 40 acres of land within the city limits for sale for a short time at $5000. 283 acres of the best farm land in Iowa, with a large house and barn and every possible improve ment, close to three towns, for sale at $65.00 per acre. This is a good level farm and not low. These are only a few of the Bargains we have. Call and see us. Crawford Countu TReafEstate 1 Then and Now. .v. JJ Refused to Obey Orders, A private soldier discharged because he refused to obey the orders of his superior officer, because he knew thty offieer was wrong. Here is the account: W. E. Baker, the clerk in the office of the quartermaster at Fort Sheridan who refused to spell "routing" with an "e" although ordered to do so by his superior, Lieutenant Colonel Miller, t.iday received his discharge from the secretary uf war, to whom the question of spelling had been referred. Baker says he will appeal to President Roose velt. Exchange." E I MANAGER, DENISON, IOWA.