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mmm 'rr ".No». LET US SHOW YOU THROUGH THE LARGEST FURNITURE STOCK IN WESTERN IOWA. That is what we claim for our Furniture Store, and \vc believe you will agree that we have the Largest Stock of Fine Furniture in this line that you ever see in a city the size of Denison. Spring Fixing Up Is Hand lli|l It is time to take out the old Carpets which have done you so well and brighten up the rooms with new. Or, may be you need WALL PAPER more than carpets. If you do, we have the largest stock of Cheap, Medium and High Grade Wall Papers that you will be able to find in the county. A JUST-RIGIIT frame on your pictures will make home pleasant. We have a large line of Mouldings, and workmen who KNOW HOW to put them together. AT YOUR SERVICE. If an undertaker is wanted, we attend to everything and take all the worry from you. YOURS FOR BUSINESS C. J. Salomon E have on hand a nice lot of Fence Posts and 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. "DEPT.STOL THERE'S MOKE TO OUR BUSINESS THAN THE MAKING OF ONE SALE We Want Your Trade for Life. We aim to Sell the Best uhoes for the Least Money PRICE $3.50 Leathers.., rj AND WE DO IT A Full Line to 81iow You of the Latest Pat terns in Seasonable Royal Blue Shoes for fieri THE DENISON REVIEW. E. F. TUCKER, Publisher. Official Paper of Crawford County and Jity of Denison. Published every Wednesday morning. entered at, the Postoffice in Denison, Iowa, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ONE YEAR S1.50 3IX MOXTHS 75 DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES. Per Inch. 1 time 5 .30 Per Inch, 2 times 55 Per Inch, 3 times 75 Per Inch, times 90 Per Inch, 5 times 1,00 I$3§?AII Bills Payable Monthly. AROUND THE STATE. The general assembly of the United Presbyterian church, which closed its sessions at Greenville, Pa., last Wed nesday, selected Washington, Iowa, as the place for holding its next meeting. The meeting of the general assembly will be preceded by that of the general committee of missions at Crawfords ville, this state. In the Red Oak Express, among the names of this year's high school grad uates, we note that of Merrill J. tiolme?. Merrill is well rememoered as a former member of the Denison high school. He is a bright, promis ing young man and if he had remained here would have graduated with the class of 1904. We note among our exchanges that a number of the schools throughout the state have taken up the plan of exhibiting their work to the patrons, among them being the Jefferson schools who held a, successful exhibit a few days ago at vhich there was a large attendance. The P. E. O's at JVlt. Ayr have turned themselves into sort of a Villiage Im provement club and are now trying to secure the installment of a town clock in the court house tower at that place. The graduating class of thirteen at Jefferson presented "The Merchant of Venice" on commencement night to a large audience. Judge Horace E. Deemer of Red Oak, a member of the supreme court of Iowa, delivered an address to the class at the same time upon the theme "Success." M. H. Rosenboon was -truck and kill ed by lightning on Tuesday of last week while standing in the door of his barn three miles southeast of Shelden la. James McCarty, a neighbor, who was standing at his side, was badly stunned by the bolt. A Milwaukee passenger train near Perry was wrecked last Wednesday night, piling up ten passenger coaches and killing one of the passengers and seriously injuring the baggageman and brakeman. The train was traveling at the rate of sixty miles an hour, the wreck being caused by the washing out of a culvert. The German Lutherans of the south ern district of Iowa held a three days conference at Boone last week. Near ly fifty preachers were present out of a total of sixty in the district. A field meet between the high school and Y. M. A. teams of Boone was held in that city last week. Harlan was visited by a severe storm of rain last week, badly washing some of the cornfields in that vicinity. Dur ing the storm lightning struct the barn of Chas. Miller in North Harlan and killed two horses. A row was precipitated at Atlantic last week when the mayor appointed three ladies as members of the city library board to succeed the three gentlemen who had been serving in ttiat capacity. The council seriously objected to the appointments and wished to retain the old members, who are leading business and professional men of the town. The use of trading stamps has been discontinued by the merchants of Sioux City s:nce the first of this month. The stamp companies declare that there has been more excitement in Sioux City over the trading stamp than in any other city where they have been introduced. Since the first of last Jan|your uary nearly 14,000 books were redeem ed in merchandise by the two trading stamp concerns, representing purchas es aggregating $1, 400.000. A new company known as the Iowa Brick Fuel Co. has been incorporat ed at a capitalization of $50,000 for the purpose of developing the vast field of peat beds which have recently been discovered in the vicinity of Dows. The quality of the peat has been pro nounced by experts to be the best known. The stock in the new company is largely owned by farmers. A deposit of natural gas has been dis covered in Carroll county, and a well has been sunk which [promises to yield large profits. The town of Woodbine was struck by a small tornado Wednesday evening, unroofing a few buildings and twisting some of the trees considerably. No one is reported as injured by the storm. AMONG THE EDITORS. ''Neither president McLean nor any one else is indispensable to the Uni versity,'' says the Nevada Representa tive in speaking of the troubles at the state university: but a chronic and open row between the head of the school and a large section of the faculty is intolerable. The re gents should get down to business." Enthusiastic friends are urging the candidacy of Major Lacey for governor. Lacey is too good a man where he is to be drafted into the service for governor. There area score of men who would make good governors, but there is but one Lacey in the whole state.—Carroll Herald. Hon. George D. Peruins. of Sioux City, is the choice of The Bee for the next governor of Iowa. His record for fairness and sound sense in connection with the iate State Convention, makes us certain that our previous convictiou that he is the comiug man, was correct. —Jefferson Bee. "What," exclaims the Webster City Freeman, "William Randolph Hearst, the trust buster, forming a trust of his own? But that's different, you know." Boone County -Republican: "One grave objection to the local primary system," declares the Knoxville Jour nal, "is the concentration of power in the towns. The rural districts are placed at a great disadvantage in being farther away from the polling places. In the event of bad weather or of the primary being held at an extremely busy season, the farmer vote at pri maries will be light, whereas the city vote can all be cast without inconven ience to the VLter. On the other hand it must be borne in mind that it is seldom more than two or three miles that a farmer must goto vote at a primary and the pre cinct is usually fairly well represented. On the other hand a f-torm often keeps delegations at home when they would have to go fifteen miles to the county seat. A least a thorough trial in Boone county has convinced the voters that the primary system givea abetter ex pression of the will of the party." One of Japan's great men in speak ing about the people of the United States said: "The Americans are the greatest people I have seen in my travels. They may well be called the Japanese of the west." The Chicago building commissioner has refused to grant a permit for the rebuilding of the famous Iroquois theater. Better erect a magnificent hospital on the site in memory of those 850 innocent women and children who laid down their lives as a sacrifice to the negligence of puolic official?. —Ida County Pioneer. Dennis O'Leary, former editor of the Woodbine Twiner, has purchased the Silver City Times and will hereafter edit it in person. ED. HOWE'S SAYINGS!' Atchinson Globe: Every good thing may be carried to extremes. There is such a thing as looking on the bright side to such extremes that it becomes criminal. Many a man who gets the reputation of being a good husband is simply hen pecked. The average man is very fond of his wife's pretty girl kin. Say what you please about the "in lluence" of woman no one respects a man who is "run" by a woman. When a man reads a piece in the newspaper or book about 'the pace that kills," he thinks about champagne and actresses, and late|hours, aud gamb ling, and horse racing, and indiscre tions of which he is not guilty: he for gets all about eating too much, and too fast, which kills more people than all other follies put together. If we were the king of a great people and free to do what we thought right, without fear of assassination, we wouldn't permit any woman to get mar ried who had always been an idler. A young woman asks our heart to heart department if she will be excus ed for chasing a young man just a lit tle. She says she loves him, and de sires to show her preference. We rather like to see a girl chase a little we think she should at least show her preference. But Edward Bok won't permit chasing in any degree. An old saving was, "Mind jour own business." The modern version of it is, "Don'ti butt in." Keep a record some day. and you will find that hulf troubles are due to the habit most people have of hutting in. or neglect ing their own affairs to annoy others. Why not attend to your own work, and make it as easy and profitable as possi ble, and not annoy others? A Strong Heart. is assured by perfect digestion. In digestion swells the stomach and puffs it up aga'nst the heart. This causes, shortness of the breath, palpitation of the heart and general weakness. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion re lieves the stomach, takes the strain off the heart and restores it to a full per formance of its function naturally. Kodol increases the strength by enabl ing the stomach and digestive organs to digest, assimilate appropriate to the blood and tissues all of the food nut riment. Tones the stomach and digest ive organs. Sold by udolph naul CASSADAY & Co World's Fair Rates. The Illinois Central Hiiiiroad wsll sell round triu tickets to St. Louis daily as follows: For tickets limited to is days S15.H0 for tickets limited to (10 days 417.55 for tickets food un til Dec. 15, $31.05. Inquire at ticket, office for full information. CHESTNUTS. The Russians will no doubt claim the fall of Port Arthur as a part of their general plan of campaign. They are bound to have the Lord on their side. "For what is so rare as a day in June? A dry one. The graduate was so Hooded with a profuseuess of congratulations on the night of commencement upon the splendid elt'irt at oratory which it had just exertsd, that for a week afterward it'wili say* "Thank you" if you show the slightest indication of your inten tion to say something of it. The capitol city has its Des Moines river, Council Blutl's has its Indian creek, and Denisoa has prolitted by their example, "Paradise Alley." A treaty is about to be negotiated between Russia and the United States which will a'low firms in the United States and Russia to sue in the courts of Russia and the United States re spectively. American editors will have to be more careful in the future about poking fun at the Russian mili tary and navaladministrations or they will have a libel suit on their hands. New Homes in The West A Brief Description of the Rosebud Res ervation Lands to be Thrown Open to Settlement. The unallotted lands of the Rosebud Indian Agency, situated in Gregory County, S, D. have been turned over to the Government for public allotment. Con gress has enacted the n-ecessarv laws, and one more of the few choice tracts of public lands now remaining is to be thus opened. The Rosebud Indian Reservation is probably, acre for acre the richest piece of public land that the Government now con trols. In fact it is doubtful if any reser vation ever thrown open by the Govern ment represented so high an actual average value for it-i lands on the day of opening The lands in question comprise 382,000 acres situated between the Missouri and Niobrara rivers in the southeastern part of South Dakota, in the great corn belt, where adjacent lands are selling out from $25.00 to 640 00 per acre. The Government dispose of the public lands of the reseria tion at a nominal sum in easy payments— Sx.00 per acre in cash, 75c per acre at the end of twe years, 75c more at the end of the third and fourth, and within six months after the expiration of the fifth year, a tot al of S4.00 an acre. Nor are ihese lands lacking in means of transportation The direct line of the Chicago & North-Western Railway extends from Chicago, Peoria, Milwaukee, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Sioux City, Des Moines, Council Bluffs and Omaha, to the reservation border at Bonesteel With through train service and special iow rates for homeseekers. this El Dorado is reached by an inexpensive and pleasant trip through somj of the most reautiful agricul tural country in the world. WHO IS ENTITLED TO THE LAND Any citizen of the United States, 21 year of age or over, male or female, and heads of families under 21 years of age, are entitled to enter a homestead of 160 acres or less while every soldier of the war of the Rebellion or the war th Spain, who was honorably discharged, secures the special advantage of having his time of service deducted from the time of re sidence required on hand. Five years' re sidence is required, except as mentioned above. LOCATION OF LAND OFFICES The United States Land Registry Offices are located at Bonesteel. Fairfax and Yankton, S. D. In visiting the Rosebud country, you should purchase ticket read ing via The North-Western Line, the only railway reaching the Rosebud reservation. The town of Bonesteel is only three miles from the reservation border, the North-Western Line extending directly through to the border line. Fairfax the county seat of Gregory County, is on the North-Western Line, four miles south east of Bonesteel and Yankton, on the Missouri River, east of the reservation, is via the North Western Line. In order to register for these lauds it is necessary to appear at the registration office in person (except in thj case of ex-soldiers and ex-sailors). The registra tion will begin Tuesday, July 5 and end Saturday July 23. Registration cannot be effected through the mails or the employ ment of agents, No person will be permitted to register more than once, or in any other than his true name. E.ch applicant will, when registered be given a certificate entitling him to go upon and examine the lands to be opened to settlement, to enable him to select under standing^. Drawings will be made from the names of registered applicants, begin ning Thursday, July 28, to determine the order in which those registered will be per mitted to select land on which to make homestead entry and settlement. Notice will be sent to those drawing Numbers 1 to 100 to appear at Bonesteel at 9 a. m. Monday, August 8, to make their entries They will, in consecutive order, select such land as they choose (except lands reserved for school or town site purposes, or by previous entry by those who have drawn numbers ahead of the applicant), while those drawing numbers 101 to 200 inclusive, will be notified to appeai at Bonesteel August and so on at the rate of 100 per day, until all lands are allotted. Each applicant will be notified of his number and the date upou which he may make entry, by postal card mailed to ad dress furnished by him The result of each days drawing will also be given to the press to be published as a matter of news. On the date of entry each applicant must personally present certificate of registration theretofore issued, and make the first payment of $1 00 per acre, this to be done at the land office at Bonesteel, S.D. to Low Rate Excursion Tickets JSpringlield, Illinois. Via the North-Westeren Line, will be sold June 4, 5 and (i with favorable re turn limits, account of Annual Con vention Travelers' Protective Associa tion of America. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Westeren K'y. Bread raised with Yeast Foam is the best foundation for every meal. It saves manv a poor dinner from failure. It's the best of daily bread there's life, health and strength in it. How the children thrive upon its nourishment! How thev love its sweet, wheatv taste", and fresh wholesomeness! ^URITjJ TRADt -ANn. I MARK _^OAM is the best of yeast, made of the most health ful ingredients, in the clean est way. It makes bread that retains freshness and moisture longer than that raised with any other yeast. It's the best for griddle cakes, buckwheat cakes or anything where yeast is used. The secret is in the yeast. Sold by all grocers at 5c a package. Each package con tains 7 cakes—enough for 40J \loaves. It's the best, regard lless of cost. Send for book I "How to Make Bread"— free. NORTHWESTERN YEAST GO. Chicago. SCIENCE SIFTINGS. Dr. Loeb has created a new species of sea life by crossing starfish and sea urchins by the use of a solution of eodium hydrate. The moon moves with a mean veloci ty of 3,350 feet per second—a little faster than the highest speed yet given to a cannon ball. The widespread opposition of the pro tozoa theory of disease, has been prac tically overcome in the case of malaria, while with smallpox and yellow fever the battle is now on. Rudolph Kuaul and Cassaday Co. Ask the readers of this paper to test the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Those persons who have used it and who have been cured by it, do not hesitate to rec commend it to their friends Kodol di gests what yon eat cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Increases strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organ to con tribute to the blood all of the nu triment contained in the food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and pala table. Snaps? S-RoDin house with furnace, bath and all modern convenien ces, four blocks from business 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 $ ,ioo, 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 Reaf Estate Exchange. E. GULICK, MANAGER, DENISON, IOWA.