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BRINGS PEACE ii~ Though His Untiring Efforts The Orient's War is Ended. JAPAN AMD RUSSIA AGREE. The Mikado Waives Indemnity That the Bloody War May be Ended. Rus sia's Loss of Prestige is Great. Portsmouth. N. H.. Aug. 29—The long nd bloody war between Japaa and ussia is ended. The terms of peacc ere settled by M. Witte ana B.iron oraura at the session c£ the conference his morning, and this 'afternoon prelim inary arrangements for an armistice were cooc'uded and the actual work of framing the "treaty 0£ Portsmouth was by mu tual agreement turued'over to M. de Mar tens, Russia's great international law yer, and Mc. Dennison who for twenn five years has acted as the legal adviser of tne Japanese foreign office. The treaty is expected to be completed yy the end of this week This happy conclusion of the confer ence, which, a week ago would have been shipwr.-.clted had it not been for the he roic intercession of President RooseveU. vas sudden and dramatic. For the sake of oeace Japan, with the magnanimity of victor, at the last moment yielded everything still in issue. Russia refused to budge from the ultimatum Emperor Nicholas had given to President Roosevelt through Ambassador Meyer. No indem nity under any guise but an agreement to .divide Sakhalin and reimburse Japan for the maintenance of the Russian prisoners v.e^e his last words. They had been re peatedly reiterated in M. Wttte's instruc tjons and in the form of a written reply to the compromise proposal of last Wednes day thjy were delivered to Baron Komura this morning. What Russia tirants Recognizes Japan's preponderant w fiuence in Korea. Concedes mutual obligation of both countries to evacuate Manchuria: Japan to restore in Manchuria Chinese sovereignty .and civil administration. Surrenderj teases to fapan of Laio Tung peniniula, including Port Arthur and Dano and Blonde and Elliott islands. Cedes to China by arrangement with Japan that part of Chinese Eastern rail way south of Marshal Oyama's present position. si Grants Japanese fishing rights along littoral. What Japan Coucedes aes all indemnity or reimburse- rt EV,st the war. jcs tov ^jual division, of the island of .1® without demanding that Russia uy'&acn northern half Drops \irticles referring to surrender of interned Russian warships and limitation Russia's naval power in far east from fflnditions of peace. SHAW ANSWERS AGAIN. The Shaw-Cummins controversy noted on another page, goes merrily o. This morning the secretary re plys to Gov. Cummins' answer. He urpes thatpub'ic men are not bound by editorial comment, however friendly, and that the editorial comment was not a sufficient basis for the governor's Chicago speech. The secretary goes again into details as to what he said concerning the French treaty. The letter is in a rather sarcastic vein.1, While we can understand the personal feelings of the two men we cannot see tvhet^e Iowa or the republican party or the Nation will be benefitted by a con tinuance of the discussion and while it is i'cut&" for the daily press and for mctionalist in politics we hope the niatser will be dropped. T^here will be a district Sunday school convention at Deloit next Sun day for which a splendid program has been arranged. Among the state fair visitors are Chas Tucser, E. Gulick, W. F. Mundt, Win. Luney Sam'l Smythe and Mr, and Mr?. Searl and son Clarence. Miss Maud Hall went to Sioux City oa Saturday to undergo an operation jr appendicitis. We -have not learned as to the success af the operation. The Hot Springs excursionists last week were Miss Iva Smith, Miss Ollie Towne, Miaa Agnes King, Mr. and T. J, Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Cisweli. 1 Miss AUie Sewell will take Miss, Strahan's place in the public achooU.for the first month of the year as Miss Strahan has not yet sufficiently re covered her health to begin work now. Mrs. W. E. Bryceand her charming daughters leave on Thursday for Indianapolis, Ind. From there they will go to Kentucky where they will sjend the winter. Mrs. Bryoe and her children will be greatly missed. A strange automobile owned by eastern Iowa parties strolled through town yester-, day and frightened Wm. Bergstedt's team which was tied in :oat of the Balle Brodersen store. The heavy team broke ioose and ran into Henry Meeves buggy smashing it up some, This was about tbe only damage done but things were pretty lively on Main street for a few minutes. (IEVERS BROS. TO LEAVE. After More Than Thirty Years of Success the Siever' Harness Store is to be Closed Out. After a successful career of more than thirty years the Sievers Harness Store, known throughput this and ad joining counties as the largest, oldest, and most successful harness establish ment in western Iowa, is to be closed and the entire stock sold out. The an nouncement. although rumored for some time, comes aa a distinct shock to our business community, From the day when the business was established by Mr. Clans Sievers in the early sev enties, up to the present time, the bus iness has prospered, and the only reason for the sale is, that the sona, John and Will, have decided to go in to other bus-! iness. Will ha? fallen in Iovs„ with California and desires toj make that, state his future home. John will de vote his attention to the fmanagement of the large farms owned by the Siev ers family in this county. It is with great regret that we ciiron icle their determination to leave the business world of Denison. They have proven themselves uonest, honorable and prudent businas3 men. They are good citizens, good friends and good neighbors. They will make a success of whatever they irny undertake. We wish them long life and happiness, but it seems as if another old land-mark was to pass away when the Sievers name disappears from the list of our business houses. THOMAS LEAHY IS DEAD. After Months of Suffering He Passed Away on Sunday. Funeral Services Held Here, Interrment at Vail. On Sunday evening after more than a year of illness with thejdread con sumption. Mr. Thomas Leany died at the home of his brother Mr. Frank Leahy of Danison. Since Septembfcr 1904, Mr. Leahy and his family had r. sided at Ro»well, New Mexico where he went in search of the healt?. wh'ch came not. Recently it became appar ent that recovery was impossible and that death was but a matter of a few days, accordingly Mr. Frank Leahy went to New Mexico and accompanied the heart broken family home to Deni son and their old fr'ends. Mr. Leahy did not long survive the trip, he grew weaker each day and on Sunday the end came. He was born at De Witt, la. July 18 1859 and moved to Crawford county with his parents in 1880. The family being among the best known of the pioneers of east Miiford township. On Sept. 16tb 1305 he was married to Miss Mary Fremel and to them were born four children of whom three, Miud aged nine, Mable aged seven, Melvin aged five, survive their father. Mr. Leafty lived on the home farm north-west of Yail and was known as an honest fore-handed, industrious man, a loving husband and father an excellent citizen and an up-right Christian man. A few years ago his health began to decline rapidly and he was finally for ced to seek a more favorab'e climate, going to New Mexico as stated above. The funeral services were held yes terday at St. Rose of Lima church, Rev. Father M. J. Farrelly officiating and the esteem and sympathy of friends and neighbors was witnessed by the large attendance not oaly from Vail but from all parts of the countv. The pall Dearer? were Messrs Frank Bracelin, M, R. McGrath and W. Launderviilr of Vail and M. J. Collins. J. T. Hiug and Thos McGrin of Denison About fifty carriages made up tie cortege that accompanied the remain* to Vail where the Modern Woo linen es corted the body of their brother to the grave. We cannot find words to express our sympathy for the heart broken mother who has lived to see twelve of her children pass into eternity, lor the brave wife who must face the world, the little children who no more shall know a father's love and ctre. and the brother who has seen the last of all his childhood's brothers aud sisters laid away. Mr. Leahy was an unassuming man, quiet, friendly, honest, industri ous and upright, his life record wasone of which his chlldreu may be proud. We cannot begrudge him the peace of death after his long suffering, but our sympathy with the broken hearted ones he leaves to mourn la most sincere and heartfelt. A LOVELY TEA. Mrs. George Sprecher gave a most elegant tea on Friday night compli mentary to Miss Williamson of Phila delphia. The table was decorated in white carnations and red shaded can dles. Each guest found her place by means of a picture postal card, address ed to her and by each plate was a dainty suit case filled with bon bons and with some city on the address tag. During the tea the hostess called atj tention to the flowers and it was found that each carnation had directions for tnakimg the jaunt suggested on tbe suit case. Adventures of travel were related by each of the guests and it would be difficult to imagine a more delightful or informal party. The supper consisted of four courses and was perfectly delicious. The guests were the Misses Kirkup, Sewell, Gu lick, Kahlv'% McHenry, Scott, Wil liamson, Raine and Meyers. an "August bride and groom Be sure ami rend 0. Sievers aud Son* sale advertisements. Mrs. H. C. Laub and Mrs. Baardsley leave for Denver Saturday. Don't fa 'I to take advantage of the hargin's at 0. Sievt-rs nr.dSons closing sale. County Recorder M. L. Houlihan went to Colo. Icwa on Monday on bu-iness. To Harlan Reduced rates Sept 11 to 15 vi aiive. Account Shelby couaiy fair. Mrs. J, B. Romans goes to Denver Siturday to attend the encampment. Dr. J, J. McWiUiams of Charter Oak is the latest in the field with an Oldmobile runabout. It is reported that 26 ticket* at West Side on Monday to State Fair ex cursionists. County attorney P. J. Klinker was in Carroll on Monday on business before Judge F. M. Powers. Allleather goods are going up in price be sure ahn ^et a set of harness at V. Sievers aud Sous closing out sale before they are all gone. Mr. Thos Ahart of CJnion township and Mr. S. Miller road supervisor of Paradise township were in Denisoc Mon day on business. Born, on Tuesday, Auj. 29th, to Mrs. Geo. E. Cole, nee Edith Luuey, a son. W. D. Luney, the proud grandfather ia as tickled as cau be. Conductor Wm. Perkins left on Tues day for Carrol! where they will make their future home. They were good citizens and we are sorry to lose them. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kirkup and Mr and Mrs. E. C. Chamberlin and son Clar ence left on Tuesday for an outing and a visit to Omaha Mr. Chamberlin's au tomobile is the msans of conveyance as I expiocsoon to leave the oicy I would request nil those knowinu themselves to be indebted to me to settle their aeoouuts at tlieir earliest convenience Settlement mivv be made either wi. me or witli Mr. Simon at the Broadway M.5at Market. ft !!*&&&$ "r I V. Popular Young People Whose Lives Were Happily United at Dow City on Thursday of 'Last Week Mr. ana Mrs. Frederick E. Butler Whose Wedding at Dow City on August i"th was the Notable Event of the Season for Western Crawford. They Now Live at Lewiston, Idaho. Mr. visito were sold There will be the usual services at Trinity church next Sunday at T,.'10 an| 10,30 a. m. Rev. Aufchur Pratt was called to Vail today to officiate at the funeral of little Thomas Bartlett. Very Respectfully •\. U. RANDALL. Mr, Ben Mills reports that a sneak thief got into the house last week and rob bed his baby's hank of about si\ dollars. Ben has an idea as to who committed the dirty trick and if his suspicions are con- firmed he will mike it hot for the guilty party. A change of venire was taken by agree ment in the divorce action of Mary Minted vs Herman inter to the Carroll county District court. The case came ud before Judge Powers last Wednesday and Mary Minter was given a decree of divorce and the custody of the three minor children. M. E. Lowe and Mattie Lowe who ha\'e been held in the county jail for about two months charged with conducting a wagon of ill fame, paid all costs in the cise and were released on their own recognizance. They have been rather severely punishsd and it is hoped the lesson will do them good. The I O. O. F. are planning a grand picnic at Wall Lake next Friday. A special train will run from Dun'ap leaving Denison at a convenient ht.urin the morn ing and returning at night. An extra low fare is offered and all are invited to go with the Odd Fellows and enjoy a day with them. The fare will be one dollar. An announcement of interest to the Re view readers is that we have secured tbe celebrated stories of "Raffles the Amete ur Cracksman," to follow the Sherlock Holmes stories in this paper. These stories are just the reverse of the Holmes stories being well told tales of exploits of "Raff'es" the gentleman burglar. They made one of the literary hi's of the year both in the magazine world and on the stage. Siars McHenry is a state fair Pr,d»y ufter -n •. repiir?. Advance showing latest fall millinery de- to her home at Loa Angeles after a signs. Wednesday, Thursday and KrWav. I Sunt 7 a 'TK.* D»)lu_Dpnii,,..-n.. /•».-* Qc 9ept. 6, 7 and 8. "fhe BaTle-Brodersen Co Chris Christiansen wen: to Omaha yesj terday for a visit. •, ., her pupils, bhe had the talent M-?. T. J. Garrison and son Earlir ting the best possible results ide Omaha a visit this week. Miss Abbie McHenry left on Satur day morning for anOkibojl visit. Mr. Carl Richardson leaves to-mor row for Colorado Springs where he will spend the scholastic year, 1 Thd Misses Emma and Lillie Kaine visited West Side friends last week. Mrs. Sears McHenry wilt return th's week from a two week's visit at LugaD, The Carnegie Library re-opens on closed a few aays for .ighten Mrs. if. H. Morgan took tier niece Dorio Jensen and Dorothy Pfarr to Wall Lake yesterday fqrao outing. Mrs, Chas Jensen returned yesteriia/ delightful visit with :aisoa reiativ Miss Lillie Aebischer returned 1 a Tuesday from Lake View where she has been spending she summer with her aunt. Mrs. Thoa. Morris has returned from a delightful summer visit with friends and relatives in Wisconsin. Advance sttowiu- latest fan aiilliuerv de stuns. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday Sept ti. 7 and S. The Balle-Brodersen Co. Miss Jennie Austin and Mr?. John Brown went to Des Moines on Satur day to attend the State fair. 1 Advance showing latest fall niillinerv de sisus. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, Sepr, ti, aud ti. The Baile-Brodersen Co. The Mis es Sarachots are in Logan this evening attending the wedding of Miss Nellie Poote and Mr. C. B. John son, The iases Nettie and Eva Nichol son returned la3t evening- from a three weeks vacation visit at ditferent cities in southern Iowa. ,v ,, Tue Misses Sarachon huve returned from their Chicago trip loaded with new ideas in the millinery line and ready for a big fall trade, Pria. C. E. Humphreys is expected to return oa Thursday to be ready for the opening of school. He will make his borne at the Soriverresidence. There will be a club dance at the 1 amciu "m a viuu uautc opera house 31 Thursday evening Au», *t. The Richards orchestra will furnish music and a delightful time is assured. Mrs. H. Hotchkiss is in Denison this week visiting her many old time friends. She has been living ia Toron to, Canada, bnt she tells us that her future home will be with her daughhr. Mrs. Brown, in Chicago. H. Bramley of Kenwood, anticipates a trip to England to visit his mother and other relatives. We wish him a safe journey and a pleasant visit. He intends to sail this week and be gone for several weeks. All pupils of the Denison public schools for the coming year, who are not already enrolled ana classified, should present themselves at the sup eriatendent's office before the day on which school begins. Mr. Fello. will be in the offiae Friday and Satur day mornings from 9 to 12. Perhaps THE REVIEW IA a crank, but it. cannot seethe propriety of letting and choice assortment of Sim mons Watch Chains that we would like you to see. These chains which are in both men's the public streets of Denison to a dinky shooting gallery for a license of per haps S5.0J a week. It is a positira danger to pedestrians, as the editor knows from experience as in his youth and women's styles are the most he nearly lost an eye frotn just such a strongly guaranteed goods we street shooting: gallery. It serves to handle block the walk and attracts a lot of money from those who could much much better afford to spend it at home. nuisance aad should be It is a public stopped at once. I OPENING OF SCHOOL Prospects For a Large Attendance Occupying Every School Room ifc-' Two Teachers Resign. Prof. E. N. Fallows tells us that the prospects seem good for a very large at tendance at the public school which open next Monday. Every room in the three buildings will be occurs aud ihc board may be obliged so lease additional school rooms before tne year is over. One cause leading to this is ,tha fact that there will be no Catholic parochial school this year, Much has been done to get the buildings in good shape bnt on account of tOo street! work in West Deaisoa the secona ward school grounds are in bad shape. In an other column the board advertises for bids for cement work, the work to be done in cludes walks on at least three sides of the square, walks through thu grounds and re taining walls where made necessary by the grading. It. is estimated thai the ce ment work will cost iu the neighborhood of $1000. Two teachers have resigned during the summer vacation. Mi3s Flora Pointer, musical director, who we understand sec ured abetter position with the Des Moines schools, and M:ss Meacharo whose health forbids her spending another winter in this climate. A successor 10 Miss Polsler has been selected the new musical in structor being Miss M. Naughtmann of Junction City, Kans, but who comes to Denison from Canon City Colo. Successor tg Miss Meacham will bo selected this week. MiPS Meacham ha b«?en but a year in our schools but she had made many friends who will sincerely re. gret her resignation and will, hope that her health may fully recover. Miss Polster has been with the' schools for a number of years She was a splendid instructor aud was dearly bijoved by 11 for get from htr classes and a3 a singer she was one of the b?st we have ever heard. Her resignation is a very distinct loss to the schools, and while we wish her every success in her new work and congratulate her upon the deserved promotion she h\s received we cannot but feel that it will be hard lo duplicate her work in the schools and as one whose beautiful voice served to one waQse De3UUtul voice S( Den isoa-3 teisure hours MRS ISBELL Was Dragged Behind Team of Frigh tened Horses near Herring. While driving to the X. O. Station at Herring yesterday Mrs. Isbell and her daughter, Mrs. Florence Hope together with Mr. Geo. Weed with whose family they had been visiting, were victims of a runaway accident in which they all were badly shaken up and Mrs. Isbell suffered ssrious bruises and other injuries One of the horses stumbled frightening the -other horse. Then the team rah away,the lines became caught and the baggy was overturned throwing the occupants out. Mr. Weed and Mrs Hope were unin jured but Mrs. Isbell's foot was caught in the buggy and she was dragged nearly a hundred feet before the team could be stopped. With tbe assistance of neigh bors she was carried to tbe train and brought to her home. She is severely bruised and is unable to walk but' her many friends hope for her speedy recovery ROAD TROUBLES IN PARADISE. It seems that Paradise is having con siderable trouble with its roads, Mr. Geo. Jordan finding as he believed that a certain road on his land hail never been properly established, fenced up the thoroughfare. On Monday [ud Je F. P". Powers signed an order for tbe issuance of a temporary writ of injunction enjoin ing Mr. Jordan from obstructing the high way The matter will come up for formal hearing at the next court. O* —.in Xotice to Cement Side Walk Contractors The Directors of the Independent School district of Demsou, lowu, will rcc.oivo bida tor constructing cement side wiilks aud rt» tJiliiiu'f walks at Che VVent brick school build ing. Denison, Iowa. specitieiitlouK imiv be beea at the Secretary's office Bids "should bo In hands of Secretary by 12 o'clock, noon, ^cpt. 1! l.»05. Guarantee and certititMl clicck. reiiuired Board reserves ri ht to reject any or Uiii Dias Geo. A. LhiiH akumoh, Ssc'y. Fountain Pen $1 If you do much writing you will surely find that it will pay to get a good fountain pen. It is the most convenient writing- in strument ever invented—to say nothing- of its superiority over or dinary pens in point of neatness. We have a first rate line of the best makes of fountain pens which we are selling at very reas onable prices. We have also an extensive J. Warbasse, 4- doors north of P. O. Villi LINE Reduced Railroad Rates to Many Points Announced. BY THE GREATNORtHWEST'RN 1 he Chicago & ^orthwestsr" Railway Announces the Following Sneciai Ex cursions ar.d Reduced Rates. 7a Oenvsr—Special train-, tor Iova G. l. to-iwnver wuu«ut Chang*. Leaves Sept,.-rid and th. Special rates ia effect Aus. .OtU to 4th inclusive. T# Philadelphia—-V-oour.t?cvereljjnGrand Lodffe 1. u. ". t. special ra^es. Javorabto return Umit Se u. 14, 15 ana IB. To Orauiha—Sept 4. Umttea to Sept. 5, (a clustre Account Ak-Sar-Ben initiation T» Auidniibon— Special .-ares Sent. 4th to i*h, cwtu™ »rti. .Vocouut County Fair Ta M«is4eiu—Special rates Sept. 18th t0 2l -r. return .s^pt. iSind. Account District Fai To S3«ux City—Half rates Sept. nth-Hit", inclusive, return Sept. 18tl Account [utet Scate l^vo Stock Fair and Kace Meet To CauflcH Bluffs—Special rates sent. 5th to nth, luciuslve, return Sept lUb. AccO'jn Street F-iiraua UarnivJF. To Ida Grava—Special rat.-s Sept 5th to !lth, inclusive, r-turr. S-pt. 11th. account 3treet Fair. To Richmond, Vs.,—special Rates, favor able return limu. -ept, 3th to lLr.lt. Account D'armirs' Nation*'. Congrei?*. T® Kansas City—special rates, favorable returu limits. Aun\ as to !1 Account Nation al Firemen.-,' Association T® Idas Mtoinai—Halt rates An'*, --i to 8ent. I. Account low.t State Fair T-a Chattagso?*. Tenn.— Special rates, ta-. 0 Mblo return -imit, sent-. 11 to 16. Account Anniversary Battle of Ohickamauga. T-o Sam iFrarteiseo and other Coast Poiuts, wwcerti Line. Excursion ^okJetS,w!lI be Aol'i all -stations 50 P,rrt« Tacoma and Seattle daily and to Cal sBp(em. itoraja points August 29. TO be t. 2, 3.1 5.12. 13, U. a*, V, and 28," with favorable return -iniits. or. account o' va-ious meetings. Two fast trains to the paciflc Coast daily. "The Overland Limited" elec tric lighted throughout." less thau three days en route. Another fast train Is "The California Express" with drawing room and and tourist, sleeping cars The he'st of every thing. To ILako Viaw—L.tke View is an Ideal summer resort. Good hunting and ftsblni. The Northwestern Line will sell ex cursion tickets to La!:e View at Sl.a for the round trip from Honisoti applying Fridays and Saturdays, rickets limited to returu on or before the following Monday. Other low rate round trip tickets good for 30 days. Summ«r Tourist Rjias—'Tickets on sale daily during the summer montha to St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn Hot Springs and Deadwood. So L'afe. Den ver, Colorado Springs. Pueblo, and Glenwood "prios-s. Colo. Ogdeu aud Salt Lake Clt.v, Utah and many other summer Resorts "ooth East and West, limited to Oct 3U Also to Yellowstone Park, Limited to ninety -lavs. Write fvr rates. Watcrt This Column for future announce ments. for furtaer !.af0rmaci0ti any asent &N W. R.y. apply to 0RHxlNA.li NOTICE. In the District Court of Iowa For Crawford County. September Term 1905 LenaLe/ Plaintiff 1 vs Frank W. Ley. defendant I To the above mentioned defendant, FsanK vv. l*EY: ou life hsreby notified that there ih now on die ia ths oit\u- of the Clern of the District Court of Crawford County. Iowa, a petition by the plaintiff. Lena Ley, claiming of you a divorce, and askins that the bonds of matri irony heretofore existing between the plain tin and the defendant may be canceled aad held for naught. [For particulars, see petition now ou tile. 1 Now unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term of said court, commencine at Denison. Iowa, on the llth day of September, A. D. I'Ji®. default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered as praved (Jonnek i- LAIA.Y At:ornes ror plaintiff. Notice of Probate of Will. STATE OF IOWA I Crawford County, t- .olr.ue tnthe District Court of Iowa, in aud for Crawford County Notice of ihe reading and probate of Will To Whom It Hay Concern: You and each of you are hereby notified to appear at the court hou»e iu Denison, Craw ford County. Iowa, on the I2th day of Sep tember li)l)5, at 3 o'clock, n:. to then aud there attend tbe probate au instrument in writing- purporting to ie at the iast Will and Testament of £d\v ird Stesemau and Caroline Stetremati iate of said county, de ceaed,j at which time and place you will ap pear and show* cause if anv you know, why said Will should not be admitted to probate. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto sub scribed my name and affixed the seal of tne District Court'this tlthdav of August IMP Ct.AI'S vHL. Clerk. TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually, fill the new posirious created by Railroad and Telegraph CorupKnies. We want young men and iad.es of good habits, to Learn Telegraphy and R. R. Accounting We furnish,7r per cent, of the Operators and fetation Agents iu America. Our six schools are the largest exclusive Te'eirrapti Schools in the world. Established 20 years endorsed by all leading Railways Offi- We execute a J850 Bond to every student to furnish him or ber a position navinfr from 140 to $uu a month in States e,jst of the Rocky Mountains, or from $75 to $100 a month in states west of the Rockies, immediately uoon graduation. Cincinnati, Ohio. Atlanta, Oa. Texarkana. Tex. 1 Students can enter at any time. No vaca tions For full particunr* regarding anv of our schools write direct to our executive office at Cincinnati. O. Catalogue free. Buffalo, N. Y. Lacrosse, Wis. Pan Francisco, 11. M. L. TlcElwain Veterinarian hirtv-five years practical experience. Licensed to practice under laws of the state of Iowa, Headquarters at Savery Livery Barn, Denison, Iowa Alt calls given prompt attention Horn® Phone C. C. No. 333 E- H. Howland Lumber and Coal Co. South Omaha. Nebraska. Will sell you lumber cheap. Send in your bill for estimate. 428 No. 24th St., South Omaha. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar Cures ali Coughs, and expals Colds from tbe system by gently moving tbe bowels.