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'/"/'••r ,."Y DP S. F. Dei/ore, Martin LuUding, Missouri Valley, Io., Telephones: Office SO—Residence 60 &"• 7Z'X- JiT°Qvoy DENTIST. Office over Carlisle** Clothing Store* Special attention given to the coirec tion of irregularities of the teeth. o. Valley Times DAILY AND WEEKLY. tniteoii cents per weed, payable everv Saturday night. K. 11. II AltlUS, EDITOR. It. HA11UIS, CITY EDITOR. Dr. TamiBiea, Missouri Valley IOWA. tf See liarnett BIOB organ. for Pianos and "TIE 8R0WNIE" CAMERA ONLY $1.00. We have cameras from SI to S20, and good ones, loo. TKe Eastman. We carry the must complete line of amateur photographic supplies in the city. Take one of our Kodaks with you on your summer vacation and you'll enjoy your trip more- Come and get a Kodak catalogue. See our window J. D. Brown & Son Next door to postollice. Another party of Illinois farmers arrived in Missouri Valley this morn ing in search of farms, liird & Smith now have in charge thirty-two farmers who are now in search of Western Iowa farm properties. Potato chips at lialdwinV. Quite a number of the young people of this city will go to Mondamin to morrow evening in response to invita tions issued by Miss Anna Morrow who gives a party at her home in Mon damin tomorrow evening. liruce McGavren, son of J. K. Mc Gavren is quite sick. C. A. Wills and C. II. Wills, of Mon damin, sons of W. F. Wills, are visit ing their mother, Mrs. W. F. Wills. Mrs. M. ltoss, of Mondamin, mother of Mrs. W. F. Wills, is with her daughter who has been dangerously sick for some time but is some better today. Matron's Silver Medal Con test. The W of California Junc tion is planning for a matrons silver medal contest to be held in California Junction Church, Thursday evening, August 29thth. This contest differs from the ordinary contests inasmuch -as all the contestants are married la dies, as follows: Mesdames Oa Smith, II Urokman, E Coulthard, Uurgess, LSird, and W A Granger. Mr and Mrs Home Miller, and Miss Ethel Miller arrived this morning from an extended trip through the East and South. 1 Miss Uernice Green, after a visit of several days here, the guest of Miss Rae Miles, departed this morning for Blair, Nebraska, where she will pay ac quaintances a brief visit, after which she will proceed to her home in Geneva, ...Nebraska. The latest in "Girdle" Cor set at Stoddard's. A Merry Company. In honor of Mr and Mrs John Ham hart, who urrived home on Monday evening, Mr John Lilwall and his sis ter Miss Kachel, entertained at a pic nic at their pleasant country home two miles north-west of this city, the mem bers of Mrs. Ilosbrook's Sunday School Class, and a few additional friends. The company had arranged to leave town at half past four, but having fail ed to inform the weather clerk of their intent ion, the wrong kind of weather was dealt out, and black angry clouds Hung themselves across the sky, and the wind led the dust and leaves a mer ry dance but the invited guests were not to be daunted by any weather, and about twenty-live assembled, and were driveu to their place of destination where they were most cordially wel comed by the family. All were soon at home and grouped themselves upon the porches or wandered over the beau tiful lawns. Mr iloyer took several snap shots at the groups while daylight lingtrdd. The lawns being too damp, the tables were spread in true picnic style in the parlors, and one of the most sumpHi otis suppers ever spread was set before the company. If the guests had been required to consume all the delicacies set before them they would have had a si.uady job until time for next session of Sunday School. All acquitted them selves well as food consumers, and yet regretted their limited capacity. After supper, games were indulged in and an hour was given to singing and music. Misses Addie Uarnhart Amen Lilwall and Alstrand each ta king turns at the piano. At 11:30, the merry company were driven home, delighted with their en tertainment and the cordial hospitality of Mr. Lilwall'8 family. Democratic Tp. Caucus. The Democrats of St. John township will meet in Caucus, in Council chain ber, in Mo. Valley, on Saturday, Aug. 31st, 1901, at 1 o'clock p. m., of said day jr the purpose of selecting seven del egates to attend the county convention at Logan, on Wednesday, September 4, 1031, and to select a candidate for trus tee for said township and for the trans action of such other business as may come before the caucus. ALBUKT CHAMBERS, Township Chairman. Tha Mlssei lJ)urn, of Modale, arriv ed in this city this morning enroute to Des Moines, where they go to visit friends for a few days. Frozen Phosphate at Osborne's Wednesday Thursday and Friday. MiS3 Hester l'ainter, who tor the past three weeks has been visiting Miss Eva Johnson in this city, re turned to her home in Omaha this afternoon. The public dance given last Friday evening at the home of II. II. New house was a very pleasant affair, many young people being in attendance. The music was furnished by O'Neal Uros' orchestra. Edgar Fellows yesterday purchased of A. R. LeGrow the F. A Sims resi dence property in O'Dell's addition. Odd-Fellowship. The secretary of the sovreign grand lodge of Odd Fellows, at the Septem ber session will report that the statis tics of the Odd Fellows for the year ending Dec 31,15*00, are as follows: Grand lodges j: (Hi. Grand encampments, 55. Subordinate lodges, 12 347. Subordinate encampments, 2 (583. Rebekah lodges, 5.1)05. Members, H44 372. Encampment members,.. U.-lKkih members (uonti nent of Morth America onl) 135 2G!t. 132 IS'.I. ..217,(Ml. Brothers 132,48'.!, Sisters,... Total Rtfbekah member ship, in North America, ltolief (continent of North America only.) by Lodges S3 408.ii(.io.52 15y Encampments, 2(i5,802. Hi 350,4 :i:i I'.y Kebekiih Lodges (•. Tota' SjM.WlMlO. Revenue (X. Americj), af subordinate lodges, S8, .l89,0(i3.52 From Encampments, (i33 4i!4 20 From Rabekah Lodges, -197,3(13 3-1. Total §10,121,891 0(i Betts and Cora Miles. Frank Betts of Omaha, the young man accused of stealing a horse from Fremont, and with forging several checks passed in Omaha, has been re turned to the reform school from which he had been paroled. Without Betts, the girl, Cora Miles, who accompanied him. could not be prosecuted, says Chief Donahue, so she has been discharged and has re turned to her home in Missouri Valley. In Fremont she was charged with be ing an accessory to horse stealing and in Omaha she was said to have passed a number of forged checks uttered by young Betts. The charge in Dodge county was dismissed Monday. The girl has been ill for several days.— World-Herald. The Y. P. S. C. E of the Chris tian Church will give an icecream social at the residence of Mrs W Harris, on 4th street, Friday eve uing Aug. 23rd. Ice cream and cake. 10 cents. a22 Harvest home exercises at the Methodist church, Sunday, Aug. 25th. WE WILL BE AT OUR OLD STAND UNTIL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 AT WHICH TIME AVE AVILL COMMENCE MOVING INTO OUR tl IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK THERE AVILL BE RADICAL REDUCTIONS MADE IN PRICES IN NEARLY EVERY DEPARTMENT. VICK BROS. & CO. L. A, Martin left this morning for Charles Mix County, S.I). Mr. Mar tin will spend several days there visit ing relatives. l'eter Larson, of Sioux City, is visit ing his parentR here for a few days. Marion Sales is on the sick list. I!ev. Father Murphy, of Modale, ar rived in the city this morning enroute toOttumwa where he goes to attend the funeral of the l'ov. Father Her nard Flood who died in Ottumwa Monday. THE PEOPLES 4 HEADACHE FACTS, Ileadachn is an almost universal ailment 8i per cent have it, at least occasionally. Headaches could always be re lieved bv means of strong opiates, but. drugging a pain is not cur ing it 111 It is now possible to cure a head ache quicker than an opiate will relieve it, and to cure harmlessly by removing the cause. IV Osborne's Tablets feast to the fullest extent. Rube •Jones, in fact, had such a good time he insisted in singing a song. Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher are a worthy couple and the many gifts bestowed upon Mrs. Hatcher show in the best manner pos sible in what high esteem she is held by her friends and acquaintances. A aro a pc-rlVct Headache remedy. Tlu-y can't harm— tliey re levc the severest head relies from 23 to 40 minutes. Price 25 cents. G.S.OSBORNE, DRUGGIST. Corner Fourth and Erie Sts One ho Was There. Mrs. W. K. O'Neal ty in Omaha. is spending the The season's very goods at The Leader. latest in dress Mrs II I) Allee and two sons, Coil and Donald, arrived from Omaha today and will visit here several days tlit guests of I)r and Mrs Coif.. Hoy Hut ton returned heme last night after several days pleasure trip to Chi cago and Milwaukee. Payday shoppers will do well to call at The Leader. Have you been in to see us yet? Do you know we can show yon the most ^p-to-date department storf j^Hgpigon county? Hals .I8BB8BHi •••'•BS/ T"a a When in to the show Monday don't fail to visit us. fgMakerbur store your headquart ers whether you wish to buy anything or not. Jolly Picnic Party. The ladio3 of the Art Club and a limited number of guests lilled a buss to overllowing which started for Ru ble's Lake yesterday about 1 o'clock. Although the weather was somewhat warm, the roads were in good condi tion and the llelds and orchards were so full cf fragrant odors the drive out was very pleasant and invigorating.— The ladies carried with them their bathing suits, and the earlier hours of the afternoon was spent in the water, swiniinp. bathing, and wading after water lillies For a time the ladies were almost persuaded they were upon Miiuhatten Beach, and the shore lino was lilted with a large number of in terested spectators, made up of a bodv of campers stationer! further up the 1'IKE. On account of the lowering skies the tables were spread in one of the cottages. When the ba-ke'.s were open ed the contents would have indicated that, each lady had frit herself called upon to provide for the entire compa ny. The tables refused to hold all the goid things prepared. On coming home the ladies insisted that the way round wus the nearest way O home, and acted upon their convictions 91 The pirty reached home about nine o'clock, nuii'li pleased with the day's out ing. The favored guests of thec'ub were: Miss Anna Tvler, of Nashville Tenn., Mrs KF.fames: Mrs 1! Hill- Mrs W O Fensler Miss Blanche Warner Miss Anna Shilev. Kay Warner was Squire of Dames for the afternoon and performed his duties in a very satis factory manner to the fair ladies. Pleasantly Surprised. On Suadafy, August 11th at the pleasant farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hatcher who live about, live miles south-east of Missouri Valley, occurred one the most, pleasant social gatherings ever held in that vicinity. 1'he occasion of the gatln ring was in commemoration of the lifty-secoiul, Vork City clad only in a suit made of birthday of Mrs. Hatcher. T!:e visit newspapers ami started westward, his was in the nature of a surprise and it ultimate uestinalioi, being Sioux Falls, was a thorough one in every respect, 1), which place he is required to reach' neither Mr. Hatcher nor his wife hav-j by Sept, 1st or lose his wager of 6:1.000. ing the least forkuowledge ol the visit. The rather unique trip was occasioned The guests brought witli them lunch by an argument, between several mem baskets tilled to the very handle with hers of the Coney Island Sporting club, all the delicacies ot the season, and some contending the trip under certain about noon the dinner was spread tin- requirements was an utter impossibil der the shade treis and all enjoyed the'ity. Culbeit contended he mid make pu tmg the liuislung touches to a rath- er long jaunt. On May 1st he left New the trip and wagered 83.00) against. S5,00Uto back Ins statement, lie iso.ily allowed to travel ten hours per day, commencing at 7 a 111 and stopping at I m. He is HOT. allowed 10 carry bag gage of any kind, a small water bottle constituting the most of his outfit. So far he has averaged 3) miles per day and 110 .v is three days ahead ot sched ule time, although he. was delayi four days at one point, on his journey on ac count of sickness, He walks the en tiro distance following tlie trunk lints in his travels west, lie has worn out seven pairs of shoes and will probably need another pair before he completes his travels. Y. P. S C. E. Concert. The S E of the Presby terian church will give a concert Tuesday eveuiug, August 27th iu the Presbyterian church, proceeds or be it of a of tho society. Local talent will appear on the programme con sisting of musical and vocal selec tions. Light refreshments will a on us on of programme. Admission 15 and 20 cents. Hundreds of yards in novelty dress goods just received at, The Leader. p. Every member of the Harvest Home Choir is earnestly requested to be at the Methodist church this evening im mediately at the close of the prayer! meeting services. W Dickinson, Director. Senator IJerry, of I udi lnola. will de liver an address at the morning xer- eiscrf at the Methodist church Sunday, August 25th. Mrs Meyers returned to her home in 1! tone today alter a few (bus visit here the f/uest of Mrs Kate Clark .1 S ('oilier and Oiven .lone* each had a line heifer killed by lightning last, nifiht. Fred Hans, the noted railroad (!e tectivi win) hv recent developments •t if- proved b.-yond a doubt, lie is able t.o trace a ie 111 stove through a hay stuck, was in the city today. McGavren and It 11 Harris relurned from DL-S Moines this afternoon. m. mm.<p></p>Missouri Tke Peoples Store, Valley, Iowa. mm & F« "At 1 "'-„r 1 ft* C' Ja A way -V f. u-r .'AO' Mai tn: iiurko aiui Mrs departed this afternoon Finn a re to vi it relatives i'or a few days. W IJ.ii uctt is transacting bus iness in Omaha today. Ken Moore, of Dunlap, was in tlie city last night visiting his mother and attending to business matters. Mr and Mrs Oliver Hall went to Sioux City this morning and will visit friends there a few days. Miss Myrtle Seatou, enroute to Little Sioux after an extended vis it in Boone, arrived in the city Miss Nellie Ferrier is visiting with Modale acquaintances. Mrs A S Whitworth went to Omaha this afternoon and will visit there with her mother, Mrs Axtell, a few days. The 18 mouths-old son of Kobert El Fred Culbert. a pedestrian of world lison. who lives about nine miles south wide fame, readied Missouri Valley east, of here, was drowned in a wash last night, and will remain here until I tub Tuesday, Aug 20. tomorrow morning. Culbert is now 1)avU SH li(jk ono of ie ll)rem()St pionwrs Moildiy milrllillj Aur ,,, al 7 0 (!l(H ile was years of age. He was buried here—Wood bine correspondence in Nonpareil. The Leaders line of dress trimmidgs is complete in every repect. liemember that if you want a Froz en I'liosphate, that Osborne's is the only place you can get, it. I)r (iasson tits over 200 pairs. glasses. Has C. W. Ford, plumbing. lifted tf tf. "Tho Commercial Club." In the manufacture of his latest brand, "The Commercial Club," Mr. Schulmeister has made a radical change from other live cent, cigars in asmuch as the tobacco which is used in the manufacture of the new brand is worked damp and shaped by hand and allowed to dry in the cigar, thus imparling to the cigar those essential qualities sou: ht after by all smokers firmness and free smoking. A. I'. Mass of Morgant.own, Ind., had to (ret. up ten or twelve times in the night, and had severe backache and pains in the kidneys. Was cured by Foley's Kidney Cure. It's guaranteed, aiil (i. S. O.-flKIKNH. Protracted Meeting. The Christian Church of this city is making arrangements to commence a meeting commencing on Thursday evening, September 12th continuing until Sunday eve ning the loth, and perhaps longer. Lost A bunch of keys—7 keys on 3 key rings attached. a22 .1. 11. CKOWDKI Would Have Cost Him His Life. Oscar Mowman, Lebanon, Ky., writes: "1 have been usii.g Foley's Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in plating it, gave me permanent cure of kidney disease which certainly would have cost, me my life." Take none hut Fn! ')'.s. a.il S, OS :OI:\I W Ford, plumbing. tf. ••'••Osborne tills your prescriptions as they are written and does not charge you it big prie bccause you do not understand wh.a is in litem Try llitll. For .Salo. IN'sident'e on Seventh stieet, ins! a half house and sood lot. an sold cheap. Jvui|uirj at TIM Cameras and kinds at G-' story Will Tin: tf supplies '"Why do the Naliona rage" by Mr Arthur Middleton at the Har vest Home festival at the Metho dist Church Sunday, Aug. 25th. Remember that you can get 33 loaves of bread for 81.00 at Reel Sc Stevens. tf. Now is the time to think about buying a Kodak. Examine our stock. We carry a line of sup plies. Central Drug Store, yesterday and remained here over but for the real Soda Water you should night the guest of Mr and Mrs W ty Orborns. W Seaton. She departed this morning for Little Sioux. all mrne's. Fancy underskirts at the L'-ader. Mell's Ice Cream, 2o.: per quart. You get line cakes at Mell's. STORE eta Next to Post Ollice. We have Denuison Imported Tissue for your paper hats. Brown & Son. There is soda water and soda water If you want a good shave, go to Frauk Teigler's, south side of lower Erie street. tf Rooms to Rent. A suite of rooms, suitable for light housekeeping for rent. Tim LHAPEU. The Globe Clothing Co. has just received the nobbiest line of neck wear ever brought to Missouri Valley. Have you seen our new line of tab lets and box paper? They are great. .1. 1). Urown & Sou. Summer underwear at reduced prices this week. \S 1 F. \j, STonruinv Wanted Dining room girl. Apply immediate ly at Oxford Hotel. tf Chop Houss for Sale. As 1 am desirous of disposing of my chop house business iu this city, I now oiler the same for sale at a bargain. MNS. MAI: LKONAKD WILLIAMS. tf Our soda water is the best that can be made. Follow the crowd to our store aud try it. •T. 1). Mrown & Son. A line line of up-to-date Stesl Ranges at J. R, McGavren's. Tho wonderful "Temptation" tonic, the greatest nervine known, at our store. Try it. Central Drugstore, Next to Post Office. Mr. Daniel Mantz, Otterville, la., says: "Have had asthma and a very bid cough for years, but could get no relief from the doctors and medicines I tried, until 1 took Foley's Honey and Tar. It gave immediate relief, and done me more good than all the other remedies combined." alii G. S. OSHOKNE. Are your feet tired Try a box of our Antiseptic Foot J'owder and see what relief it is. •I. I). I'rown Son. Puts gray matter iu your head. Brings a rosy glow to faded cheeks. Restores vim, vigor, mental and physical happiness. That's what itocky Mountain Tea will do. 35c Elliott fc Harvey. To Heal a Hurt I'se thinner Salve, tho great healer. It's guaranteed for cuts, wounds, sores, piles and all skin diseases. Use no substitute. aHl (J. S, OsitoKNi:. Low Rates West and North West this Summer Via tho Northwestern line. Ex cursion tickets will be sold to Sau Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake, Denver anil other Colorado, Utah and Pacific coast points, as well as St Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Dskota Hot Springs, etc, at greatly reduced rates, with favorable return limits, on various dates during the sum mer season. Frequent fast trains, through sleeping cars, chair cars, dining cars. The best of everv thing. For dates of sale and full particulars inquire of ticket agents Chicago & Northwestern R'y. asps vtm mmmmmm I i"