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THE OMAHA DAILY ...EE: WEDNESDAY, FEHKUARY 18. 1003.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
flsvts e.ls d- 0K.
Expert watch repairing. I,effert. 409 B y.
Amateur developing and prlnllnr.
Ii road way.
I.at wwk of rilncnunt sale on jilcturet
nd picture frames. Alexander A Co.
W ure headqiarters for alass of all
kinds, dee ua bcfo-e you buy. C. U. I'alnt,
OH and Uinta company.
Albert Hickman and Elsie M. Cornellson,
both of Crescent City, la., were married tn
this rlty yesterday. Justice ouren per
forming the ceremony.
County Superintendent McManus will
hold a special teachers' examination at
Onklnnd Friday and In the evening will
conduct a teachers' Institute.
Mrs. O. M. Hrown has gone to Kansas
City, where she will Join a party of frlenda
and accompany them to New Orleans to
taka In the Mardt Gran carnival.
C. A. Tlbbltta was appointed administra
tor of the estate of Mnrhal Sherman yes
terday on the application of Thomas Mct
calf and Lewis Cutler, creditors of the es
tate. The regular meeting of Pottawattamie
tribe. Improved Order of Red Men, will be.
held this evening, when all members of tha
degrea team are requested to be present
L,. O. Consigner of Avoca, candidate for
the republican nomination for county treas.
urer, was In the city yesterday calling on
frlenda and Incidentally looking after his
The ladles' Aid society of St. John's Eng
lish Lutheran church will meet Thursday
afternoon at the rummage aale room. Ml
South Main street, and will be entertained
uy Mr. Clara hit tell.
The contract for the construction of the
new two-story and basement brick building
to be erected between Main and I'earl
streets near Fifth avenue by N. P. Dodge
has been awarded to John Weaver ior the
brickwork and to P. H. Wind for the car
penter work. The building will cost IIO.OuO.
County Supervisor Henry Prandea stitea
that the report to the effect that he will be
a candidate for one of the republican nomi
nations for state representative la without
foundation, lie says he Intends to com
plete his term as member of the Board of
County Supervisors and Is not a candidate
!or any other office.
Ths receipts In the general fund nt the
L'hrlatlan Home lsat week were $181. Kti,
jelng 11X14 below the needs of the w?ck anj
increasing the deficiency In this fund to
date to i3.43. In the managers fund the
receipts were 128.2ft, being W.75 below the
needs of the week and IncreaMng the de
ficiency to $57.35 in this fund to date.
Loral creditors of the John J. Hyar Turf
Investment company have rece.ved circular
letters offering a settlement of 25 per cent.
The offer comes from the nrm's headquur
ters In St. Louis and Is signed by John J.
Ryan. It Includes also a subscription of
dock In a new company equsl to the
amount of the creditor's original Invest
ment In addition to the 25 per cent cash.
Mrs. Jennie Williams, bound over to the
rand Jury on the charge of shooting Albert
J. Hawkins, has secured her release from
tha county Jail by furnishing a bond in
the sum of inoo. It having been reduced to
:hls amount from Sl.nta. The case against
Hawklna, charged with assaulting Mrs.
Williams with a pitchfork, whs continued
In Justice Ouren a court yesterday for
Council Bluffs lodge No. 520, Brotherhood
of Railroad Trainmen, will give their ninth
annual ball Thursday evening, February V.'.
In Royal Arcanum ball.
CONTEST OVER THE DITCHES
Two Men Assert Their Signatures to tie
Petition Are Forgeries.
ALLEGE SIGNERS ARE INSUFFICIENT
Board Will lnvetlate Ilrfore Taking
Aay Action Harrison County
Men Are to Have a
The Board of County Supervisors failed
to take any action yesterday In the pro
posed drainage ditch scheme for Pottawat
tamie and Harrison counties, owing to the
failure of the Harrison county authorities
to put in appearance as had been expected.
Word was received, however, that the
Harrison county people would be present
at today'a session. A number of farmers
from Rockford and Crescent townships
were present and the matter waa discussed
The petitions for the drainage ditches
were filed about three years ago and they
show 103 names, the law requiring that a
petition of this nature must have 100 sig
natures of the voters of the county before
the board can entertain It. J. A. Currle
and H. L, Aldrldge appeared before the
board and stated that their signatures on
the petition were forgeries and had not
been authorized by them. Opponents to
the drainage ditch scheme contend that
the petition has not the required number
of genuine signatures, and this will have to
be ascertained by the board before it takes
any deftcite action in the ma'.ter.
The Canton Bridge company of Ohio,
which was awarded the contract for the
county bridge work for the ensuing joar,
filed Its bond in the sum of $6,000.
In conformity with the oplnlou of the
county attorney, who said that there was
no law which made the county liable, the
board rejected the claim of Sheriff Cousins
ot 125, the amount of the rewards which
he paid for the capture of H. S. Flahburn,
William Mason and Michael Foley, who
broke out of the county Jail last summer.
Dr. Henry V. Brown was given the con
tract for pauper medical attendance for
Waveland and Wright townships at $25 for
the year, and Dr. Van Ness that for the
townships of Neola and York at $50 for the
In the matter of the request of the Board
of Park Commissioners that the county
deed to it whatever Interest It mlRht have
In Big Lake park and Carr Lake park.
County Attorney Kilipack submitted a
written opinion to the effect that from the
best information he could obtain the
county had no Interest In the title to either
eleven geese and thirteen ducks of the
aggregate value of $-. The charge In this
case Is also that of larceny from a building
In the night time1. They will have their
preliminary hearing Thursdiy before Jus
tice Ouren on the charge of stealing a hng
from tht premises of C. W. Bird Saturdiy
Mollle Glbaoa Does Xot Pay.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of tha Mollle Gibson Consolidated
Mining Milling company of Colorado held
tn this city yesterday, these directors were
elected: J. J. Hagerman, Percy Hager
nan, H. J. Hagerman. R. J. Bollet, Wil
liam O'Brien and Courtland E. Palmer.
The report of William V. Greenwood, tha
treasurer, shows that the gross receipts
from or sales for tha year ending Decem
ber SI, 190 were $125,429.91, and that the
operations of the compsny during the same
period resulted In a net loss of $21,523.(4,
thus reducing the surplus from $371,114.99
The company has not paid any divi
dends since 1894, owing to decrease In the
price of silver, and baa now ceased all
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were filed yeiterdcy In
'he abstract, title and loan office of J. W.
Squire. 101 Pearl street:
Lillian Hathaway Funk and husband
to Mary Schmidt, part 4 ae se
8-7-44. w. d $ 1,295
John F. Williams to State Srfvlng
br.nk, lot 7, block 7, Beers' subdiv,
q. c. d 5
Pottawattamie county to Elisabeth
Scnram, lota 15 and 16, block 31,
Beers' subdiv, c
Total, three transfers
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Name and Residence. Age.
Herman Henneke, Pottawattamie Co 23
Anne Van Welhe, Pottawattamie Co 19
Albert Hickman. Crescent City, la 25
Elsie M. Cornellaon, Crescent City, la.... 17
James McLaughlin. Havelock. Neb 2S
Catherine Casey, Council Bluffs 19
I.. C. Davis, Neola. Ia Tl
Anna P. Jones, Neola, la 20
Pert K. Lewis, Pottawattamie Co 17
Gertrude B. Moss. Pottawattamie Co 17
P'umblng and heating. Btzby ft Eon.
" At Banquets
and dinners th plMslnt quality
ana absolute purity of
commend It to taoaa who prafar
tha boat, walla tta moaarata
prtca ooljr a furtbar racoia
blfheat sward, at ths Paris E-
sosltlos Of UW.
PLEASANT VALLEY WISE CO .
Sol tr fMpeeUble win '.tr.
W Pearl !.. Council Bluffs 'Phnns I"
N. T. Plumbing Co., Tel. 250. Night, F67.
GORMAN STIRS HORNET'S NEST
Other Members of the Board of Edn-
ration Take Exceptions to
Member Gorman, at the meeting of the
Board of Education last night, aroused the
Ire of several of the older members by ac
cusing them of neglecting their duties In
falling to visit the schools. He offered a
long list of amendments to the rules and
regulations governing the board and In
sisted that a committee be appointed whose
sole business shall be to make regular vis-
Its to the several schools. This prompted
Member Hess to make a vigorous protest
against Mr. Gorman's Insinuations. Super
intendent Clifford also contradicted some
of the assertions made by Mr. Gorman.
President Sargent also protested against
Mr. Gorman's criticism of the members of
the board and called his attention to the
fact that the schools of Council Bluffs
held high rank amongst the schools of tht
For the school election next month the
six voting districts were divided among
the members as follows: First, Shugart;
Second, Keller; Third, Cooper. Fourth,
Macrae; Fifth, Gorman; Sixth, Hess. Tbey
will appoint the Judges and clerks and the
voting places will be selected by Secretary
In making the estimate of the funds
needed for the ensuing year it was decided
the same amount as last year will be neces.
sary. The estimate last year was $70,000
for teachers' fund, $32,000 for contingent
fund, which Includes $2,000 for free text
books, and $9,760 for schoolhouse Interest
fund. The question ot aaklng for special
levies for completing the addition to the
Pierce Street and an sdditlon to one of the
schools in the Sixth ward waa discussed,
but action deferred until the finance com
mittee can make a report. As soon as the
finance committee Is prepared to make Its
report a special meeting will be called.
Henry Crum, the Janitor of the Hill
school, was allowed $10 a month, commenc
ing from January 1.
TWO HELD ON MURDER CHARGE
Mrs. Itarnry MrDanlel anil Bert
l.lvli Arcnaed of Killing
Mrs. Barney McDaniels and Bert Livlx,
who aro charged with the murder of the
woman's husband. Barney McDaniels. at
Macedonia last Saturday, have been placed
In the county Jail here. Their arrest
followed the Inquest held by Coroner
Treynor and after a preliminary hearing
held Monday they were held to the district
court without bail. They were brought
here from Avoca last evening by Sheriff
County Attorney Kilipack, who appeared
for the state at the preliminary hearing,
returned from Macedonia yeaterday morn
ing. Mrs. McDaniels and Livlx nsserted
that McDaniels committed suicide by cut
ting his throat after swallowing strychnine.
Dr. Treynor will make an examination of
the stomach of the dead man for evidence
of the poison.
McDaniels nnd h!s wife lived cn a farm
which Livlx rented and Livlx boarded with
them. Mrs. McDaniels has a 16-year-old
son by a former marriage who is believed
to have knowledge of the alleged irlme.
An examination of the house In which the
McDaniels lived, yesterday brought to light
a skirt belonging to the woman and a
coat belonging to Livlx. Both garments
It Is said, were blood stained.
Matters In District Court.
Judge Thornell, after a week's Illness,
reconvened district court yesterday and
began the hearing of the suit In which
Mrs. Nellie Klrby seeks to secure posses
sion of certain household furniture and
other personal property from her husband,
William Kirby. A alvorce suit in which
Mrs. Kirby appears as the plaintiff. 13
also pet ding.
The following new consignment of law
causes was made by the court:
Wednesday. February 18 Klssell vs. C.
B. C. & I. Co.; Hodder vs. Werniment.
Thursday, February 19 Avery Mfg. Co.
vs. Merey; Peterson vs. State Insuran-e
company (special); Peterson vs. Anchor
Fire Insurance company.
Friday. February 20 S' ate of Iowa vs.
Ben Woods (special).
Saturday, February 21 State of Iowa vs.
Brown, et al; State of Iowa vs. Flrher, et
Monday, February 23 Estate of John
Patterson, deceased, (special); Brown vs.
Rankin Bros, 'special).
Tuesday, February 24 Milner vs. Potta
wattamie county; Zimmerman vs. Potta
wattamie county; Ho'.jen vs. Pottawatta
mie county; Dashe vs. Pottawattamie
county; Hoyt vs. Motor company; State of
Iowa vs. Nebraska Telephone company.
Wednesday, February 25 Martin vs.
Thursday, February 26 Hannan, receiver
vs. Milwaukee. Chicago & Fort Dodga
Monday. March 2 Woodworth vs. Ryan;
Fogarty vs. Sealey (special).
Tuesday, March I Baughn vs. Napier
Saturday. March 7 Macklson vs. Frssler
Monday. March 9 Real Estate ft Trust
company vs. Alexander (special): Wlckham
vs. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway
Tuesday, March 10 Joseph vs. Machan.
CHANCES GLENWOOD ROUTE
Burington Asks to Have Contract with
State Modified Accordingly. '
ACQUITTED OF TAMPERING WITH BALLOTS
Ktrcntlte flonril Refuses tn Approve
Articles of Incorporation of the
Missouri Vnlley Mntnal Home
YOU NEED NOT TOUCH ANOTHER DROP-HOW TO '
SWEAR OFF PERMANENTLY !
Gravel roofing. A. H. Read. lit Main St.
Mlses la Charles I.arsea.
Charles Larsen, a young man living on
East Pisrce street, was arrested yesterday
charged with being implicated with John
and William Thordaen In several of their
recent raids on poultry yards. The wife of
John Thordsen gave information to the
authorities which led to Larsen's arrest.
Mike Thome filed an Information charg
ing John Thordsen and Charles Larsen with
stealing eighty-five of b'.s chickens and
portions of harness. He placed the value
of ths stolen property at $32. The charge,
that of larceny from a building in the
night time, Is a penitentiary offense. Fred
Gelse also filed an Information against
John and William Thordsen and Charles
Larsen charging them with the theft ot
Great Weatern Lete Contracts.
Wlckham Brothers of this city have been
awarded the contract for the construction
of the Great Western's freight depot which
will be erected on Ninth avenue between
Sixth and Seventh streets. The building
will cost $35,000. The same firm has the
contract for the construction of the round
house and attendant buildings.
Bids for the passenger depot are to be
In by February 20. It had originally been
Intended to locate the passenger depot on
Ninth avenue, Just east of Main street,
but It has now been decided to place it at
or near the southwest corner of Ninth
avenue and Main street. The reaaon fcr this
change Is that trains stopping at the sta
tion would have blocked Fourth street if
the depot was placed on the east side of
Students tirt CnwKlit.
IOWA CITY. la.. Feb. 17. (Special.)
Sweaters and no more parties will lie the
program for a number of University of
Iowa students who have Invested sums of
money originally Intended by parents or
guardians to pay college expenses for the
winter term. The prospect of receiving
4 per cent interest a month upon the ro'.'s
which they brought back with them after
Christmas waa too tempting to be resisted
in many cases snd the agent for the Chi
cago "get-rlch-qulck" concerns in Iowa
City Is said to have aent many thousands
of dollars to his principals. Of the number
of investors in lows City, both students and
townspeople, but one has received his
money back. This Investor wrote demand
ing the return of his money Immediately
upon hearing of the 'allure of the Arnold
company In St. Louis.
(From n St.iff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Feb. 17. (Special.) Mem
bers of the state executive council and of
tho State Board of Control have arranged
for a meeting at Glenwood next Saturday
with Mr. Howard, right-of-way agent for
the Burlington railroad, and other officials.
The meeting Is ,"nr the purpose of modify
ing or changing tlii contract entered Into
between the state and the company with
reference to a rlht-of-way through state
property In connection with the Institution
for the Feeble-minded at Glenwood. The
Burlington desires to go through the state
property in order to straighten its track
and save some heavy grades. The legis
lature passed an act allowing the company
the right of way through the grounds pro
vided the route eliould be approved by the
executive council on terms to be fixed by
the council. A contract was entered Into
by the council and the company in regarJ
to the matter, and it was supposed that
'.he matter was all settled. It Is now
learned that some changes In this are de
sired by the company, and the route will
bo slightly chans'd from that approved by
the council. Hence a meeting will be held
Saturdy to modify the contract. Messrs.
Gilhertson, Carroll and Martin of the coun
cil will go, and Messrs. Cownio and Klnnc
of the board. It is understood the work of
changing the route is to be commenced at
Glenwood early in the fprlng.
County A-jdltor exonerated.
Ex-County Auditor G. W. Vander Wilt
of Marlon county was today acquitted of the
charge of tampering with the election re
turns. He was n candidate to succeed him
self, and his republican opponent was
found, on the face of the returns as unoffi
cially made, to be elected by a small plu
rality. When the tjooks were opened It
wns found some one had changed the fig
ures, and In two townships made a suffi
cient change so as to give Vander Wilt the
election. Inasmuch as he was custodian of
the books he was indicted. The contest
for the office resulted in the republlc.cn be
ing seated. But a Jury today, after a long
trial, found Vander Wilt not guilty. He is
yet to be tried on another charge In con
nection with this same matter.
KxnerlmrntN with Stock Foods.
The state college this week commenced
again the serle3 of experiments In feeding
cattle at the experiment farm In Sac county
the experiments being to test the relative
value of various forms of food prepared for
cattle, and especially the manufactured
foods which are oa the market. The ex
periments last summer were not entirely
satisfying to the college people, and it is
proposed that the present series shall cover
the whole ground completely. The experi
ments are under tb direction of N. C.
Rew of the class of last year In agriculture,
and are being Conducted near Odebolt.
Uettlnir Heady for War.
The adjutant general today received a
letter from a man In Wellman, la., stating
that they have In that town a military
company organized with thirty-four mem
bers, including officers." and that they are
drilled and have guns.- He wanted to
know where uniforms could be secured.
The attorney general cited him to the code
which provides that such Irregular com
panies may not be formed In Iowa. The
cause of the sudden arming of men at
Wellman la not known, as the state of
ficials have no Information of any outbreak
there. Wellman Is In Washington county.
Company Sot Approved.
The executive council has refused to ap
prove the articles of incorporation of the
Mutual Home Guarantee association, of
Missouri Valley. The company sought to
incorporate under the building and loan
law of the state with $100,000 capital. The
articles of Incorporation, however, appeared
to be open to the objection that under
them a great many different kinds of busi
ness might be done and the promoters had
plainly left an open doorway for the trans
action of business that would not be legitimate.
The curse of drunkenness Is the beset
ting sin of the land. The demon of In
temperance makes no discrimination In
his victims, striking down rich and poor
alike and blighting the lives of millions
Many a young man of brightest promise
and greatest mentsl and physical gifts
has found the dishonored grave of a drunk
ard. Instead of the honorable place in so
ciety for which his attainments would hsve
fitted blm, snd to which his ststlon In life
would hsve entitled blm.
In dsys gone by It was thought that a
drunkard was a drunkard merely because
he wished to be to, the popular opinion
being that any man' could stop drinking if
he would only exert sufficient will poser.
The medlcsl profession have long since
recognised the fallacy of attempting to
cure a drunkard of his tntemperste habits
by moral suasion. It has been for years
a wellknown medical fact that continued
Indulgence In alcoholic stimulants causes
the stomach and digestive organs to be-
i come diseased. Physicians will tell you,
! therefore, that In the vast majority of
: cases habitual drunkenness Is a physical
disease, requiring physical treatment.
This Is fsr too practical an age for
"faith cure" fallacies. It will not now
, be contended by many sane persons that
' organic diseases can be cured by mental
I The secret of the proper may to treat
! the abnormal craving fcr drink has been
; discovered by a chemist of many years'
stsnding. and after thorough teat, during
which It' has demonstrated that It never
falls to perform Its mission, a preparation
has been plsced on the market which will
positively and permanently !estn7 1!:3
rravlng for liquor, at tho sfime time thnt
It restores the normal condition of the
nerves of the stomnch and the digestive
organs, toning up and improving the health
of the patient.
"ORR1NE" Is the name of this wonder
ful preparation, which Is now on sale all
over the United States, sold and recom
mended by the leading druggists of the
"ORRINE" IS ENDORSED BY THE W.
C. T. U. .physicians, clergymen, public
men, many members of the Y. M. C. A.,
and thousands of others. The good work
which this remedy has done haa made Its
name known from Maine to California,
and has caused such a demand for it that
Its manufacturers, who are wellknown and
prominent men of Washington, D. C, have
been unable to supply that demand.
"ORRINE" Is now on sale In Omaha by
Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co., wholesale
and retail druggists, corner l(th and Dodge
In every package there Is a registered
guarantee that this remedy, if taken ac
cording to directions, will permanently de
stroy the craving for liquor, with the dis
tinct agreement to REFUND THE PUR
CHASE MONEY if It ever should foil,
which It never has done and never will.
For the drunkard unwilling to be cured,
"ORRINE" ran be given In food, tea, cof
fee, water or milk. WITHOUT THE PA
TIENT'S KNOWLEDGE. It Is In the form
of r. small powder, tasteless, odorless snd
colorless. Thousands of cures have been
effected In this way, and thousands of let
ters have been received from grateful
wives and mothers, all speaking tn the
Henest ferns arj most positive way o'
the mmp!!f cert'Tcness ef this remedy.
In every euro fie petiant's health haa bein
Irepared by expert chemists, on prlnri
pies recognlred as correct by the medical
profession, endorsed by the best physicians
"ORRINE" leaves absolutely no bad effects
of any kind. In fact tha medical princi
ples upon which It is founded would
easily warrant Its use as a tonic. It cures
the drink habit by removing the rravlng
for liquor, aoothing the nerves, curing the
diseased stomach linings, bringing bsck s
normal and healthy appetite and restoring
normal conditions. There are absolutely
no poisonous drugs, opium, cocaine or
other Injurious lngredlenta In "ORRINE."
In fact, a child could take It without thn
slightest risk. But It does the work, snl
THE CRAVING FOR LIQUOR NEVER RE
TURNS. Thomas S. Hopkins, post commander of
the O. A. R. . of Washington, D. C. writes:
"Personal investigation has proven to me
that 'ORRINE' cures the liquor habit. 1
think all the temperance organizations In
the country should take It up and distri
bute It." Hundreds of other similar testi
monials have been received from promi
nent persons all over the land, and will be
published from time to time, by consent of
the writers thereof. Sealed booklet
The price of "ORRINE" Is $1 per box.
six boxes for $5. Mailed In plain aealed
wrapper on receipt of price, by ORRINE
COMPANY, Washington, D. C. Sold and
Sherman & filcGonnell Drug Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
CORNER I6TH AND DODGE STREETS.
members of the commission. The chargo
was made that the money had been misap
propriated. On motion of Mr. Everett the committee
was allowed $300 to employ counsel and a
stenographer with which to further prosc-
j cute an investigation.
MAN TO FEED WYOMING ELK
Jeton-l ellow.tone Itt-.erte Superin
tendent, Haa Hay-Fed Wild
NEW YORK, Feb. 17. Steps were taken
here today to save 10,000 starving elk on
the .Teton-Yellowstone reserves in Wy
oming. Snow seven feet deep covers '.heir
feeding ground and temperatures as low
as 40 degrees below zero have added to
News of the critical condition of the elk
herds reached here today from the chief ot
the United States rangers to A. A. Ander
son, a special auperintendent of the Jeton
Yellowstone reserves, who spends his win
ters in New York. .
Mr. Anderson at once oidered thst a tem
porary supply of wild hay, at his own ex
pense, be distributed aa soon as possible
at convenient points by the force of thirty
rangers. He then proposed that $1,500 to
$2,000 be raised here by subscription to
purchase more wild hay and it Is believed
that prominent persons will support the
I The BEER, of l ) ISli ) Mm 7
I Good Cheer. WqY
B Recognized everywhere Ss--rrpjy ' V
las the purest and best VJJjrV f?
because of its careful Vr I
brewing and proper ageing.
Excellent flavor, always reliable. vA
I JOHN GUND BREWINQ CO.,
H La Crosse, Wis. Nw"j
IIEKMAs J. MEYEli, f ,A
a 207 So. 13tli Et, Omaha, Neb.
fVV February 15 to April 30 low I
ttjr l J rates to principal western
M M E 4SVSJSM J sTl
Acquitted on First Count.
DES MOINES. Ia., Feb. IT. The trial of
G. W. Vatderwell, the retiring county
auditor of Marlon county, who Is charged
with altering the returns so as to accom
plish his own re-election, resulted in ac
quittal this morning, on the first count.
The trial on the second count will be '.i
ferred until the next term of court. The
courts have declared the returns In two
townships void for fraud, but res?ons:b'lity
Is not placed.
ARID LAND JrtONEY STOLEN
Montana llou.e Committee Kinds Ir
rigation Commissioners Mis
HELENA. Mont., Feb. 17. Chairman
Everitt, !n the house committee on Irriga
tion and water rights, to which was referred
resolutions calling for investigation of the
state arid lands, today announced in the
house that inquiry had developed evidence
of a shortage of $30,000 received by certain
T7VERY CHILD born with an in
d herited tendency to distressing,
disfiguring humours of the skin, scalp,
and blood becomes an object of the
most tender solicitude, not only because
of its suffering, but because of the
dreadful fear that the disfiguration is to
be lifelong and mar its future happiness
and prosperity. Hence it becomes the
duty of mothers df such afflicted chil
dren to acquaint themselves, with the
best, the purest, and most effective
treatment available, viz.,
Ths Cutleura Treatment,
Consisting of warm bath with Ccticcr Soap
4 umV- .nomiint-i with CrTiccB Ointmunt.
fnimt ot emollient, and greatest ol all tkis
Sold throughout tb world.
QUICK MONEY FOR LAND BUYERS.
IF YOU NEED MONEY TO PAY FOR
LAND IN IOWA OH MISSOURI MAKCII 1,
WE HAVE AND CAN PAY IT OUT ON
TWENTY-FOUR HOURS' NOTICE. WE
ADVANCE MONEY FOR DEEDS. THE
MONEY IS HERE ON HAND. TELE
PHONE, CALL OR WRITE.
J. W. SQUIRE
101 PEARL STREET, COUNCIL, BLUFFS.
Fast Mall Train WrrrVeU.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Ia., Feb. 17. (Special.)
The Northwestern fast mail was wrecked
yesterday morning at Stanwood. a long
freight train being rartly on the side track
and Its rear end on the main line. Several
freight cars were smashed and the engine
and one car of the fast mtl badly damaged.
Engineer K'shcr of the fast mail suffe-ed a
broken kneecap and bro'ten thumb and Mail
Clerks Holdlngawortb and Prlrktt were
rJ.ENy COfulE TO SU3E
There Is seldom a day that I am not consulted by an unfortunate suf
ferer w ho if he had consulted me In regard to his condition In Its
early stages, I would have cured hlra ana saved him much suffering, annoy
ance and ripens-. This, 1 consider, is due to lack of knowledge on the part of
the one who has previously treated the case; therefore, 1 say to you. If you are
Buffering from any disease or condition peculiar to men, or If you have been
a victim and be.n disappointed In not getting a permanent cure elsewhere, t
would ask that vou come to my office. I will explain to you OCR 8YUTKM
OF TREATMENT, which 1 have originated and developed after a whole life's
experience In tiie treatment or special ai-s oi ram. win iiv you a
thorough examination, together with an honest and scientific opinion of your
case, if J nnd you are Incurable. I will noneeny leu you so. ii i nni
ft vrwrt heart stays With Him.
SIOVX CITY. Ia., Keb. 17. iSpeclaU
After remaining constantly oy ths sl.ie of
her sweetheart, August Bunge. while he
was under trial for murder of Helmar De
boer, at Rock Rapid last December, Lena
C.KmUi wA.t-rav n.arrUH the nun s few
! moments after the Jury pronounced him
not guilty. Bunga shot Deboer .n a quar
rel over the farm rent. The Jury held i
that he ahot in self defense.
New Care tor Weak l.antis.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Coniutup
tlon cures all coughs, colds, grip and lung
troubles or no pay. 60c. 11.00. For sale
by Kuan t C. j
cas curable 1 win give you a iai iuuic
possible time without Injurious after effects.
without a cutting
or tying operation.
No yam or loss of
Wo care not of h w
long standing, ui
we cure .hem at
cured without di
lating or cutting;
In all Its forms
by my symera of
IMI O I KM V
to nrtural, vigor-
e V 5r ', ' '
to cure you In the shortest
qua and lasting
stopped In from
tnree to five days.
pimples or any
Kin diseases pet'
Uiaueimy cureu la
tiie snuriest poabi
cured to stay cured
of men cured In
from ten to tnlrty
uas. .No cutiins,
no detention I rum
troubles by our
system o f treat
m a t are im
proved at once and
quickly and per
February 15 to April 30 low
rates to principal western
points will be in effect'. Plan
your trip accordingly
Drop me a line and I will tell
you the exact cost to your
destination, and why the Burl
ington Route is the best way
for you to go. I will arrange
all the details of your trip. You
will have no worry or annoy
ance on the way.
Tourlat cars dnlly tn Seattle and Ixs
Angelen. lVreonally conducted excursions
three times a week to California.
Free folder malted on request, telling all
about the rates.
TICKETS, 1502 Farnam St.
J, B. Reynolds,
City Ticket Agent.
If - i cannot call - All correspondence strlttly confidential and all
repll. -i s nt In plain envelope. Enclose c namp to Insure prompt
State Electro-Medical Institute,
1308 Farnam Street, Between 13th and 14th Streets, Omaha. Neb.
1903. the Union
the following ,
15 to April 30.
Pacific will sell
nist Tickets e.t
rateai i I i
FROM MISSOURI RIVER
$20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City.
$20.00 to Butte, Anaconda and Helena.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wanatchee, Wash.
$25.00 to Everett, Fairhaven and New Whatcom,
via Huntington and Spokane.
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle.
$25.00 to Ashland, Rosebur?, Eugene, Albany
and Salem, via Portland.
$25.00 to San F rancisco, Los Ageles and many
other California points.
CITY TICKfcr OfnitS
irt Farnam Bt. '1'hone J18.
Union btatlon. 10th and Jdarcy.
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