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Geo. Culavin,
30c Per Bale
Everything in the way ot Feed and
Hay always on hand. Call ami got
Building formerly occupied
by Geo. Williams as a
tailor shop.
Geo. Culavin.
Having Leased The
McTwiggan Sam
I will run the same in connection with
my livery business, thus having two
good barns, and can accomodate all
farmers that may come. Feeding and
taking care of farm teams a specialty
When you come to town put your
team in one of my barns and they wil
be well taken care of.
Riga at any hour day or night.
First-Class Gab
at any hour day or night. Jf you want
a cab call up Telephone No. 30 and
it will be sent to your door. I also
have charge of the McTwiggan Hall.
A. N. Fountain,
Under the management of
Graduata c.f tbe
American School of Osteopathy,
Kirkeville, Mo.
Office, Deur Block. Booms 1,2 and •!. Telephone
No. 1W!. 0«1I» answered day or night. tJon
•altation free.
dm iretf |Friday,
Can't be made by foul hands and clean,
pure blood can't be
You can have it for 4Qc
Chicago & North-Western
acn. The blood is made by the stomach
and organs of digestion and nutrition. over Sunday visit with rela
When these tives.
are diseased
they contami
nate every
drop of blood
maae from
the food they
act upon, ana
this contami
nation is car
body. It may
settle in the
liver, kidneys,
heart or lungs
but the root
of the disease
is in the stom
ach. Cure
the stomach
and you cure
the disease.
Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases
of the organs of digestion and nutrition
perfectly and permanently. It purifies
the blood, and so by curing the cause of
disease, cures many forms of disease in
organs remote from the stomach.
For the past sixteen years 1 have had torpid
Uver and indigestion and tried many doctors
and patent medicines but I could not get a cure,"
writes Mrs. Simeon Suggs, of Clyde, Sabine Par
ish, La. Three months ago thought I would
try Dr. R. V. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
and his Pleasant Pellets.'
got six bottles of
each and I received a good result in a week, and
to-dav I am cured sound and well. The symp
toms were coated tongue, specks before the eyes,
disposed to be cross and irritable, foul stomach,
baa taste in the mouth, tired feeling, a feeling
of dread or fear, headache, yellow skin, etc.
These symptoms did not all appear at once. Zf
sufferers from such troubles will take Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Pleas*
ant Pellets as directed in pamphlets wrapping
bottles, they will briug back the bloom of lire as
it did with me."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bil
iousness and sick headache.
Wall Paper
One bundle wall paper containing
(i double rolls wall, reg
price per bolt SI 25 8 7 50
4 double rolls ceiling reg
price per bolt 1 25 5 00
22 yards border reg price
per yard 1 .3 30
Our special price for all
15 80
The above is a 22 inch parlor pattern
a most elegant combination.
One bundle containing
82 00
2 00
1 «8
4 bolts wall, reg price 50c
4 bolts ceiling, reg price... 50c
21 yards border reg price... 8c
5 08
Our special price for all SKBO.
One bundle of a bedroom pattern con
tains for a very small room
3 bolts wall, reg price 10c 30c
3 bolts ceiling, reg price 10c 30c
1C yards border, reg price.... 2c 32c
These are a few of many bargains we
have to show.
ruggists und Stationers.
Through first-class aud Tourist Sleeping Cars to points in
California and Oregon every day in the year.
Only route by which you can leave home any day in the week
and travel in tourist carBon fast trains all the way. For desreip
tive pamphletB and full information inquire of nearest agent.
A full line of
David Bradley & Co. Plows,
Cultivators, Ranters,
And all Farm Machinery. Agents for
Schutler, Labelle 6l Fish
If you need a Carriage, Buggie or Spring Wagon,
JffeSand see us before buying elsewhere.
Our line of Harness, Sadies, Sadlery, Hardware is
more complete and up-to-date than ever.
West Erie Street, Missouri Valley, Iowa
April 12.
Mrs S Osborne and children
made by afoul stom- went to Omaha this Afternoon for
Dick Marksbury, of Council
Bluffs, is in the Valley visitingi
his brother.
Joe Green, of Ogden, Iowa, re
turned to his home this afternoou
ried through after a few days visit with friends
the whole
in this city.
The Peoples Store shipped nine ent
hundred dozen eggs yesterday.
Frank Dean, of Dunlap,
the Valley yesterday on his way
to Estherville, where he will Btart
a new drug store.
Will Burke waR up from the
Valley Monday and says that they
expect to begin work on the new
bank bailding soon. The plans
are not completed yet but the
chances are that the building will
be of Bolid brick '2"x40 and two
stories high. The upper story
will be fitted up for office rooms.
—Mondamin Enterprise.
A protest against the establish
ment of a horse slaughter-house
in New Jersey has brought out
the fact that the slaughter of
horses for food is expressly per
mitted by law in the state of New
Jersey under certain restrictions.
Harris of the TIMES is still hop
ing for another line of railway to
strike the Valley, thus putting
them up in the matter of railway
conveniences with other towns in
the county that have two lines—
and more coming.—Chronicle.
Mrs Hargens is spending the
day in Council Bluffs.
A Raging, Roaring Flo:d
Washed down a telegraph line
which Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la.,
had to repair. "Standing waist deep
in icy water," he writes, "gave me a
terrible cold and cough. It grew
worse daily. Finally the best doctors
in Oakland, Net)., Sioux City and
Omaha said I had Consumption and
could not live. Then I began using
Dr. King's New Discovery and was
wholly cured by six bottles." Posi
tively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds
and all Throat and Lung troubles by
Elliott & Ilarvty. Price 50c and
81.00. a 30
Mrs O YV Winne, who has been
la Missouri Valley for several
days past the guest of the I
Noyes family, departed thiB morn
ing for her home in DeB Moines.
The mayor revoked the licenses
of the billiard room and card
table men laBt Tuesday,
there is some change made we
presume there will be no more of
that kind of work going on. We
understand that the owners are
obeying orders to run no more
tables, but that there will be an
tffort made to open up again.—
Mr and Mrs I Alexander are
the proud parents of a bran new
boy, born Easter Sunday. In due
appreciation of the event CharleB
has bought and given his friends
sufficiency of cigars. They
seem to be fortunate for having
children being born on eventful
days—the first being born on elec
day, 1899, and the second on
Easter, 1901.—Nucleus.
W A. Robimon informs us that
he was interested in the sale of
900 acres of land last week. Most
of the land waB near Missouri
Valley.—Mondamin Enterprise.
In Dover, England, the muni
cipal water supply yielded a prof
it of $21,685 last year. The water
is supplied to houses of an annual
rent of $100 at $2.50 per annum,
and other rentals are proportion
ally rated.
"I have been troubled with indiges
tiou for ten years, have tried many
things and spent much money to no
purpose until 1 tried Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. 1 have taken two bottles and
gotten more relief from them than all
other medicines taken. I feel more
like a boy than I have felt in twenty
years." Anderson Jliggs of Sunny
Lane, Texas. Thousands have testi
fied as did Mr liigpa.
a80 Elliott & Harvey.
L. W. Wisler, of Kerne, Cali
fornia, sent THE TIMES a box of
splendid orange blossoms. Lewis
William thinkB we are. going to
get married again. We are thank
ful for the blossoms, just the
Mrs A LeGrow is receiving a
visit from her brother Wm Saun
derson of Chicago. T»
Miss Ruth Barstow returned to
her home in Council Bluffs this
afternoon after a brief visit here
with Miss Helen Noyes.
Miss Nettie Earnest returned
this afternoon from a week's visit
to Dow
Fatal Accident on tbe F. E. & Trinity Guild Elects Officers.
The members of the Trinity
While stealiug a ride on E & Guild of the Episcop&l chnrch of
passenger train No 3 leaving this city met with Mrs Jeusen
this city at 3 a barber by the thiB afternoon and elected the fol»
name of Byron Moore
Given Up to Die With Croup.
Mrs. 1'. L. Cordier of Manuingt.on,
Ky.t writes: "My three year old girl
had a severe c±se of croup, the doctor
said she could not live and I gave her
up to die. 1 went up to the store and
got a bottle of
and ar,
Miss Opal Madson arrived from
St Louis today and will visit here
several duys with her brother Ed
ward Madson aud wife.
Mrs Wm Fisher departed this
morning for her home in Fremont
after a brief visit with Missouri
Valley friends.
Abe Bachrach of the firm of
Kirkwood & Bachrach was in Om
aha today attending to live stock
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
New Theatre.
As it haB been previously an
nounced Mr Geo Howard and
Miss Flora Dorset, with their
own company, will open their first
engagement at the New Theatre,
Monday, April 15th, for a week.
The opening play will be the in
terpretatiou of the new four act
comedy-drama entitled, "The
Princess of Patches." The piece
glitters with humor and wit, full
of strong situations, thrilling
climaxes. As usual with a popu
lar priced attraction, a lady wil I
be admitted free on opening night
if accompanied by a person with
a paid 30 cent reserved seat, anc
it is needless to say that a gener
ous representation of the fair sex
will be on hand. The advance
sale opens Saturday evening. The
people's prices will prevail, 10, 20,
30 cents.
Tracy today leased the build
ing, machinery, etc of Newton'
planing mill and will operate the
plant in his own interests during
the coming season.
W Burke was in Mondamin
today looking after matters per
tainiug to tbe new bank building
which the State Savings Bank oi'
this city will erect in Mondamin
for the use of the local institution',
bank in that place.
,, ,. from the train near Oakdale Wed-1 Mrs Itobt Craft. Pres.
nesday evening unci was instantly
Previous to a short time ago
Moore had made Council Bluffs
his home but left for Wyoming g^r.
where he expected to Gud employ.
a short time ago. Being
without funds hewas beating his
way and was riding on top of the
mail car, when a sudden lurch of
the swiftly moving car caused
him to loose his hold aud he was
thrown to the grouud meeting in
stant death.
Foley's Honey
the lirst dose gave quick
relief and saved her life."
a.'M i. s. Oshohne.
Mr and Mrs Babbitt ar
rived from Chicago this morning
They are interested in the
Schlaugenhuff-Miller suit now on
trial iu Logan.
Almor Stern, of Logan, was in
the city this morning on his way
to California Junction.
Chris Nelson departed yester
day for Norfolk where he will
work for the E Company.
The case of George Schlaugen
hauff sr vs the estate Martha Mil
ler was commenced in the District
Court in Logan today.
A N Fountain yesterday pur
chased a fine new hearse aud will
use it in connection with his liv
ery business
Attorney Thomas Arthur, of Lo
gan, was in the city this morning.
He was enroute to California
Juuction on business.
Hughes, General Superin
tendent of the E & railroad
was in the city on business today,
Mrs Macpherson and MisB
Mabel Maopherson are Omaha
visitors this afternoon.
1J. Presson, Fressonville, Kane
writes: "Nothing like
Honey and Tar"
is the universal
verdict of all who have used it. Eg
pecially has this been true of coughs
accompanying la grippe. Not a single
bottle failed to give relief.
aSO^sS frn G. S. 08BOKNE
aA' \t:
Mrs JenB6n, Vice Proa.
Mrs W Jones, Sec.
Mrs Herrick, Treas.
Mrs Lockwood, Business Mana-
Jobn Madde
tarday evening.
has been
traveling for the past few weekB
for recreatioQ arrjved home
Rev Barnes, of Council Bluffs,
will be the clerical delegate to the, when you
general assembly of the Preaby- ..
Mr and Mrs Ed Bates returned
to Norfolk today after a brief vis
it here.
A portion of Mrs De Zyke's
household goods arrived from
Council Bluffs today and she will
commence keeping house in the
Arndt residence ou Eighth street
in a few days.
The last obstacle having the
least tendency to prevent the com
ing of the Opdyke Grain Com
pany to Missouri Valley and the
construction of the mammoth
grain elevator here, was re
moved late this afternoon when
Jacob Nelson and wife affixed
their names to a warrantee deed
for their property ou Ninth
street and which local repre
sentatives of the grain com
pany have been striving to
title to for some time. Mr
Updyke of the grain company ar
rived from Nebraska today and
spent the day here closing up the
real estate deals. He stated tbe
preliminary work such aB running
iaes etc for the foundation of tbe
elevator will be commenced in a
few days.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
"Digests what you eat."
Earl Roberts is to receive re
cognition as a literary man on
the strength of his book, "Forty
One Years in India." Trinity
college, which named the little
soldier doctor of laws twenty
years ago, is about to make him a
doctor of letters.
Another railroad threatens to
invade the Boyer valley. The
Chicago & Great Western is re
ported to be about to build from
Fort Dodge to Omaha over a line
131 miles long. This is just the
ength of the Illinois Central line
between these two points and as
that line chose the most direct
practicable route, it is evident that
the Maple Leaf is about to follow
them down through this valley.
They made a survey several yenrs
a^o over this line, which passes
)wn the east side of the Boyer,
coming within about half a mile
of the business portion of our
t3wn. This may be the line built
upon. The I made a survey
over that line at first, but after
wards changed it to the west side
of the river, thus, pretty effectual
ly shutting out another road down
that side of the Northwestern.
Let them come if possibh. The
Great Western is an independent
line in many respects, and its ad
vent to our city would be another
means of development and growth
to our town.—Chronicle.
Items Published in the Times
Twenty-Nine Years Ago
S Shilds is clerking in Geo.
West's general store.
Missouri Valley is now being
visited by a large number of In
dians. Their visit is occasioned
by the coming presidential elec
tion, as each Indian mast be a
citizen six months before he can
Rack Nelson has sold his livery
business here to Williams and
John Shultz has decided that
"whisky row" is not the only
business district in Missouri Val
ley and accordingly has bought a
lot in the west end of town and
will soon commence the erection
of a business honse thereon.
Many question the advisability of
going so far away from the busi
ness portion of tbe town for the
location of a house for business
(The building mentioned in tbe
foregoing is now occupied by Wm
Rees's shoe store.)
1 •ft"**
guarantee it.
A, at Phila-
tenan church, 8
delphia, May 24th.
are very stout, hard on
your, corsets, always breaking
them down. "You must have a
very heavy corset,"
You are heavy and need a stout corset. Sales
woman got it mixed. Not necessary to be tortured
NO. 415.,
Leader in Styles and Prices.
Another Lesson in Health
To cure a cut or a corn, a burn or bruise, any »vound or sore,
said the sales­
woman. Did you get them? Are you
paying a penalty for being "stout"? Is it
really necessary? Certainly not with
have the right corset. We say so—we
v'/ \l/ 1/
Fancy Dry Goods and Notions.
We beg leave to announce that our line
of Milliuery and Notions for spring and Bum
mer are now ready for your inspection. A visit
from you will be appreciated when you are
out for business or pleasure. We are confi
dent in the belief that our line of
Millinery* Fany Dry Goods
and Notions,
this Beason are better than ever. Everything
we sell you will be of thf best quality aud lat
est style, at the lowest prices. Atk to see our
Ladies Sliirt Waists,
Ladies Underskirts, a
g*em at 45 cents.
Ladies wrappers, also our line of ladies and
childrens summer underwear are the best and
cheapest in the city.
"the great healer." Best for all skin sickness,
as tetter, eczema, salt rheum or scald head, ulcers or granulated
eyelids. It's guaranteed to cure piles. Banner Salve."
Soid by G. 8. OSBORNE.
The Freshest and Best!
of everything the market affords
in the grocery line at
Goods delivered free to any part
of the city. Phone 108.
Eugene Hall, the poet and publish
er, says that one dose of Foley's Honey
and Tar restored his voice when hoars
ness threatened to prevent his lecture
at Central Music Hall, Chicago. Noth
ing else as good.
mrSO S Osborne.
bago rheuma
tism—tired out
feeling—all indi­
cate disorder in the kid
neys. No hope of good
health while your kid
neys are wrong. They
are the strainers of the
blood and must be kept
right if you're to have
Foley's Kidney Cure
is guaranteed to make
the kidneys right—to put
them in perfect health.
You run no risk. It's
Buy a bottle to-day if
you're not feeling right.
L. YANCY, Paducah, Ky., writes: "I had a severe
case of kidney disease and three of the.best physicians of
southern Kentucky treated me without sue.•ess. 1 was in
duced to try Foley's Kidney Cure. The first bottle gave
immediate relief and three bottles cured me permanently.
1 gladly recommend this wonderful remedy."
Counterfeits of De Witt's Witch Ha
zel Salve aee liable to cause blood pois
oning. Leave them alone. The origi
nal has the name De Witt's upon the
box and wrapper. It isa harmless and
healing salve for skio diseases. Un*
equaled for piles.
mrSO Elliott & Harvey.

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