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fevwhi ," TWICE-A-WEEK. UNDERWEAR ft'C--» «, Everybody claims to have the best 50c Underwear on earth. So do we. See ours and you'll think that WK are right. Others at 65c, 75c and 1.00 and on up to 2.50 and every one markt right down to a 12c-oats basis. DUCK COATS Our are the "Michigan" coats and without exception the best cut, made and lined coats in the market and cheaper than the common trash'. OVERALLS Glover'6 and Glover's only. We alone sell them and there's no goods their equal. COLLARS *i Cartiss & Co's collars and cuffs —all the new shapes in 2 qualities. lass® A REGISTERED PHARMACIST it &• Mlgr",. -, Sr- & ARRINGTON'S URNISHINGS! We carry tho very best makes of everything in.Men's Furnishings and can not only give you a better assortment but undersell any dry goods stQre iu these goods. A '-C.* "A if it GLOVES^ may be found at all times prepared to fill prescriptions promptly and accurately. rt are here for business and will make it to your interest life,, to patronize the New Drug Store, yj"f' Put on a Little Style Around the House LOMAS & KESSEL ^11 You Can Afford To! *v 4-v The harvesc is great and yon will have money to spare. Go 0 and look over the fine things in Csa GO T0 *uJ & Ife- 'kv.*/.' y\ «v 4k r«jjff tl SHIRTS 7 a -K The celebrated "Great Western" Gloves. The best wearing gloves we have ever handled and the low est in price, quality considered. Our line of Fall and Winter Shirts is immense. It's the "Sum mit" line, all made with button down collars and necktie to match. These are stylish and perfect fitting garments, and we are selling them at actually less than you can go to a dry goods store and buy the ma terial, to say nothing of the mak- T1ES Wilson Bros.' famous neckwear in all the new things for fall. Lime Springs. THE NEW DRUG STORE Do or No of 0 Invites an inspection of its goods, their prices and their quality. .. They carry a full and complete* assortment of everything ,. found in a first-class drug store. Brothers FURNITURE At G. MEVERDEN'S. lie will make the prices to suit your pocket books. lie can do it because lie knows where to buy the best goods for the least money. G. MEVERDEN, -jet [VM. KEtt^OW, JR. -FOR THE. G«I«briat«d Qu«en Ta The Best Jap Tea Sold in CPGSCO Cresco, 'Iowa. VOL. XXXVII. NO. 3 CRESCO, HOWARD COUNTY, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1895. Dr. 0. B. Bowers, opposite Baptist church. Geo. Fifleld and family are visiting ftt Brainard, Minn. For the finest Bellflower apple, ripe ana mellow, go to Kellow's Born—To Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Evans New Oregon. Sept. 27, a son. Bo not forget the Russell Studio when in need of photographs. An elegant line of school tablets at PKE BEK office, nice and cheap, tf L. J. Enebo will removo in a few days to their former Bakota home. House for rent. Enquire of OLK SWENSON. M. Foley and daughter Mary, re turned to Chicago yesterday evening. "W. B. Ousley, B. B. S., in Cresco 1st to 10th. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. James Irvine of Afton, and Rev. C. A. Marshall of McGregor were Cresco visitors yesterday. If yon are in need of a fine photo call at the Russell Photo Studio, sat-' isfaction guaranteed. Call and see the Russet Photo Studio in its new rooms over the Kessell & Loams drugstore. We sell the best new sorgham at way down low prices. Caward, the Grocer. Mrs. Eloise Sweet known to Cresco people as Mrs. J. S. Remington is with the Plain Bealer family for a few days Chas. Stiburik, the south side baker, was married about two weeks ago to a young lady at Spillville, Iowa. The familiar face of C. K. Berg of Saratoga was seen flitting about Cresco the latter part of the past week. Bruggist say that their sales of Hood's Sarsaparilla exceed those of all others. There is no substitute for Hood's. G. E. Chamberlain, physician and surgeon, office in Lowry's drug store. Residence, corner northeast from sisters school. A large oleander, five feet high and well branched, will be sold for abont half price, by Mrs. Mallon at New Oregon village. Miss Rosa Wells, who has been for some time a resident of Cresco and vicinity, leaves this week for her old home in Germany. Married:—At the Catholic church at Cecclia, September 34, 1895, by Rev. Father Nolan, Mr. Heny Brink man to Miss Alvina McGrane. In division J, young peoples' de partment, the premiums as awarded were to Antonia M. Williams, instead of to Antonia Miller as published. Without doubt our 40c Tycoon Tea is the very best thing on the market. Sample it with any yon can buy at any price Caward, the Grocer. L. J. Enebo will have an auction sale of household goods, a fine organ and a good cow at' the court house park corner next Saturday afternoon. Mr. Merwin a former resident in Cresco where Levi Fuller resides is renewing old acquaintances here. His residence now is in the south part of the state. The address of W. BeCamp has been changed from Waukesha, Wis consin, to 482 Gray St. North Denver, Colorado, and the PEE BEE goes there to greet him. Persons in town or country wisiiing buildings removed, should apply to P, Quinn,nearly opposite the Novelty works. He has the best outfit in the nounty for the work. 3tf The Saturday Gazette says: Mrs. F. L. Daubersmith and daughter Winnie have gone to Cresco to reside perma nently. Mr. Baubersmith will remain in the city for some time. Tuesday evening about forty of the young people gave a very pleasant surprise party at the home of Miss Kitty McUullow. A jolly time was reported, it was her birthday. Alex Holley of Lime Springs wants a good man and woman to take charge of his farm near that town one that con furnish a good recom mend as to ability and honesty A Congregational oyster stew and pumpkin pie supper at Mrs. Wui. Kellow's, Thursday afternoon served from 5 o'clock till as late as desired. No oue can atford to miss it—only ten cents. FOB RENT.—The Strother farm of 250 acres, one mile west of Cresco. Good house, barns, water and under the best of cultivation. Cash rent. Apply for terms at the Strother House. 3t8 All persons indebted to H. Y. Ernst, or to Eriiuc Si Flood, will find Mr. Ernst at the office of Barker & Upton in Cresco, for the next thirty days, during which time he hopes to re ceive every cent due. 50tf 15c buys a good broom, 20c 1 lb Tea Sittings, 80c a lb of Finecut Tobacco, 25c a gallon of cider vinegar, 15c "a package of matches, of Caward the Grocer. WANTED.—A lionse keeper for a man with two small boys on a farm in the county. A widow with not more than one child, er a single mid dle aged woman preferred. For in formation appiy at this office. 53t4 The prohibition convention last Saturday had In attendance about twetty-uve persons, we are told, and without making any nominations, ad journed until Tuesday, Oct. 8, at the same hour appointed for the former meeting. A few of CreBoo's small boys are getting in readiness for a trip to the seforin school, judging by their ac tions. About two weeks ago they stole a traveling man's valise.. Marr sbal Halls reoovered part of the stolen property the latter part of last week. One of the young boys was also concerned iu entering Lowry's drug store during the storui of a week ago last Sunday, PLUCK, PROGRESS. PERSEVERANCE AND PATRIOTISM IN POLITICS. Pension Examiner Baker was in town Friday, and used his persuasive powers, coupled with threats, to in duce Br. Henslin to give' Information regarding patients he had treated. For once Mr. Baker pickled the wrong man and got the worst of it. He had to submit, but didn't do so very gracefully—Le Roy Independent Geo. Punteney, of Cresco, and Emily Wanless, of Howard Center, were over last week to attend the Methodist conference. 'They were entertained at J. B. Cutler's who are old friends of the former. Mr. Punt eny built a barn for Mr. Cutler's father down in Indiana in 1840. That was along time ago.—Osage News. Virgil Noble, of Bottineau, N. B., threshed 0855 bushels of wheat from 170 acres, a little over 40 bushels an acre. From 25 acres of oats he thresh ed 3702 bushels, a little over 111 bush els an acre. This is one of the largest yields we have heard of, and it indi cates what an enormous crop there must be up in that country.— Mc Gregor Times. September has been a most remark able month for fine weather, not a particle of frost during the month ii'» til the morning of the last day vege tation, except where ripened with age fresh and green as in June, .the trees covered with rich green foliage, ex cept where ripened with age, corn ripe and dry there having been, but it a J. J. Lowry has.put in the choicest stock of fine Jewelry ever on exhibit ion in Cresco, among which is 25 doz en Rogers 12 ounce knives, the best made Orange spoons, and. a whole case of novelties, such as seldom ap pear in stock in towns the size of Cresco. The nobbiest present for a lady is one of his fine gold pens, with, pearl holder in a fine plush case. The Northwest News at Grand Forks commenced volutna nine of that sterling, able and independent democratic sheet the 28 of September with bright prospects of its future usefulness. We admire thelndepend ence with which it lashes self ap pointed leaders who mislead the peo ple through false doctrines which they seek to palm of as the genuine article of Jeilersonian democracy. We need more men like Bierly, men who can distinguish the Federalism of Cleveland from tha democracy of Jefferson. Thursday night a big crowd as sembled in the ooera hoifre to see the wrestling match between Felkey and Ward. The men weighed in at 132 and 130 pounds respectively and with Asa Young as referee and Joe Owens as time keeper, the time was called for the first round, Ward Winning the fall in 21i minutes. The three next falls were won by Felkey in 17, 3| and 8. minutes, showing conclusively that Ward was no inAtch for the Cresco man. Not much money changed hands as Ward's backer's. seemed rather fearful of results. Ward left for Minneapolis on the early morning train the day following the match, so it is presumed he is satisfied that Felkey is the better man. t, ,*£$ I Lime Spring*:9 Miss Ruth Sanborn departed for Volga last Wednesday, where she will spend the winter with relatives. The scissors grinder was with us last week making his annual tour about this section of the country. Miss Mattie Thomas returned to Osage Saturday to remain with her sister Mrs. W. W. Sanborn for some time. Miss Bertha Bullis left Wednesday night for Sr. Louis, Mo., in company with her sister Mrs. I .A. Prescott with whom she will makovher home. J. B. Barber of Cresco W.as up on businees the middle of last week. Quite a number of "the boys" from here were iu attendance at' the wrest ling match between Felkey and Ward at Cresco Thursday night. On Thursday Ira Ituesink returned from his western trip leaving his bus iness interests there, to spend the winter at home. Since ho left in the Spring ho has been busv on the ranches in Montana and Wyoming HIKI reports a delightful aud success ful season. It is reported that Will W. Searles is about to start a restaurant in the '•little grocery" formerly occupied and owned by Nels 1'hoinpsou. Mrs. A. B. Prescott, S. It, Cray and A. C. McCulloch were among the Lime Spuings visitors at the county sent last week* Rev. Fulton was in Le Roy the fore part of the week visiting a bro ther miuister. Br. Ledbrook took in the rival cit ies of the Northwest a few., days last week. The population of Forest City re ceived quite an advancement last week, four births in all and girls in each case. To Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Love on Sunday a 101b girl also to Peter Johnson and. wife on the same day, a girl, and two days later to Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Henry, a pair of 'em 8J lbs each. 'Tie a poor business to say the least which will bring parties into an ex hibition of wrestling or anything else for a "side bet" wherein general betting is resultant and encouraged. Yet it is so much more degrading when we iee that the tendency to bet is more of a game of chance than a wager as to one man's 'superiority over another, due to lack of character in the contestants—one: for "selling out" and the other for "buying off." It may be argued that its a fair ex change between the principals con cerned and "its all for money." Well, so is a theft but the motive, all pow erful as it may be, offers no excuse for the poor, flimsy method in attain? iug the desired resijltg. On the other h^Ud, wo have not the least sympathy for one who will en trust his little "or his all" in such a game and snrely deserves whatever reverse of fortune lies in store for him by so doing. Mr. and Mrs. R. J.' Loyd are in Minneapolis to obtain medioal aid for the latter who has been in deoliuing health for some time. A meeting of the Bubuque (circuit) Presbytery will be continued at the Presbyterian church here on Friday next, at which time Rev. C. E. Fulton will be installed and ordained. 1' Total Charles Aldrlci? REPORT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL. REPORT KOll MONTH KJTDINO SEPT 27, 18D5 55 IstP. Miss Minnie Davidson itl P. Miss Carrie Bishop. No. 2 Miss Lola llutke No. 8 Miss Knickerbocker No. 4 Miss Florence Markin No, 0 Miss Itose McXamara No. O Miss Lulu Marsh No. 7 Miss Myrtle Nims No. 8 Miss Nellie Htarks 1 3 TKACIIEItS. y. ST 5 C? 5 I 24 AS 1 53 7(0014 1M I 54 10 2OV» 18 28' Hi 4 2IV2 ft) 220 '27 14! 41 4L22,I SO 22 47 22 21 4H 212»V4 IU 111 38 1 39 31 73 104 2|33 AIR 2G5 483 38| 208 Principal. ,.i„ E.A. Lixo Second Assistant Miss Klsie Perry Drawing and Penmanship. .Miss Itutli O. Allison THE ROLL OF HONOR. g|v FIRST PltlMAllV Instructor, Miss Minnie Davidson, Pearl Sharp Mary Lee Arthur Si.inircr Earl Graf l'ranbic Brown Leven Swenson Clement Henry Charlie Elza Freddie Strenson George Swenson Nellie Wentworlli Dertrum Perry Nora Enebo "aomie Johnson May Anderson George Barker Glenaen Katon Homer Bain Florence Fields Koland Hazeldinc Mamie Reed Luclle Norton Allie Marlow Mill!cent Ling Myrtle Van Slyke Melle Moon Clara Slmw Alva Bly Winnie Lathrop SECOND PRIMARY, Instructor, Mies Carrie Bishop, le McCarty Gertlo Ely Bertha CIHTot Hoy Harris Emily Beadle Mahlon Culbert Lester Wentworth Lee Gibbons Eddie Woellsteln Martha KlafTke Ida Thompson Ida Knopt Lucy Fields Virginia Nichols Mary Wilken Bessie Dunn Winnie Webster Martha Hanson Harry Miller Myrtle McMillan so Norton Willie Nichol3 Louise Nichols Sydney Wygant Charlie Despard Robbie Slsco John Anderson Gustavo Lee -v Bertie Graf Hugh Hall George Blair t&CS Elgin Brown Irene Barker Charlie Gager Willie Klaffkc Sydney McKonzle ROOM TWO. Instructor* Hiss Lola Burke. Florence Bain Harry Caward Hatlte Croslhwalt Pearl Evans Alma Epps Alice Fairbank Tilla Kaatz Lynn Kellow Louts Unvllle Clarence Moody Blanche Perry t' Stella Plopper Rebecca Risdall Lawrence Shaw Maggie Sharp v* Eddie Thomson v.*. Stella Tlllson c,1 Hugh Wilson -2~-l Chas White Frances Wentworth Florence Wheeler Kenneth Welsh Andrew Yarrlngton Nellie DaUgherty Mrs .Maggie Daubersmith ROOM THREE Instructor, Miss Edith Knickerbocker. Mildred Borthwlck May Dowers Joslo Brown Henry Bouglmcr May Adam* Nelson Carman Geo Dunn Frank JSlzea Mable Fish Edna Fatrbank Maud Gibbons Chas Gray Clinton Hunter Matilda Hanson Mable Hamilton Fred Hamilton Olga Knopf Ethel Macurdy Arllc McMillan Lowell Perry Helen Sisco Fred Thayer Altred Wentworth James Wilson Chas Woellstein Kuby WatrOS Ethel White Wlliie Thompson Eddie Schuetto Laurel Salisbury llalph Richards Kuth Thompson Ina Wilson Georglo Harris ROOM FOUR. Instructor, Miss Florence Markin. Deien Beadle Julius Uundrlck Arthur Converse UoDble Chapel Vernle Felkey Leah Kllno Otto KlufkC Georgle jitng George Miller Ida Norton Viola Reed Roy White IlanBey Wentworth^ Ida West fiddle Lewis Edna White Lewis Watts i- Leanus Watts ^i FridaTebsln Archie Brown Kelscy LeValle Frank Duffo ROOM FIVE. Instructor, Miss Rose McNamara. Winnie Barker Gertie Thompson RoDbie Damon Charlie Grat Charlie Everlngham Charlie Martin Richard Toole Alfred Wentworth Vernor Bowers Johnnie Stradley Winnie Swenson Annie West Liliic Grenzow Ethel Woodward Hannah Dress Ruth Tinker Minnie Woodward Mable Deane Fannie Gillette Tussle Richards Lottie Akers ROOM SIX. Instructor, Miss Lulu Walter Boughner Gustave Burtness Orlundo Stinger Eddie Grobel John Wilken ii Clarence Brown George MaliafTuv W iUU Farnswortli Stephen I'lopper Itutli livaus Nettie Hall Marsh. AgUbtu Kaatz. J IdaSuyre Tlllle Thomson Maude Katheit Lillian Henry Alta Hess Gladys Dunn Joste White Lewis Bisdal llenjlmau Demporwolf Herold Glover ROOM SEVEN. Instructor, Miss Myrtle Nlms, Beesle Barker John Boughner Ford Bowers Nellie Garlic Levi Kunes Jtemfe Fred Lout. Edith Moulton Leone Sisco Mable Swenson Robbie Toole Roy Watvos Mamie Watts Chaillo Wlidman Allle Carman Joe Bowers ROOM KIQIIT, It itructor, Miss Nelllo Starks. Jofcie Cole Marcus Swenson Georgia Houso Maude Slierboudo Uertlm Bly Augusta Martin Mary Clemnier Carl Bradley Nellie Salisbury Arlhur Blackburn May Biaekbum Gertie Tinker Maude Tinker Orru Bowers Matilda Johnson Uena Fish Clinton Slsco Luvcrne Richards Cora Little Maggie Lewis Ben Combs Ethel Cole Florence Vait Mabel Everlngham Clara Gager Aille i'lopper Win. .1. Mead Homer Deane Guy A Daws Norbert Lowry Olara Converse Willie Dunn Kdward Howard Irene Woodward Ruth Ling Mable Shumway, Alma Colo "Nelllo Powers Burr Coinbs Mamie Grobel "r Katie Toole Myrtle Millard Leah Stetnmau Mamie Slsco Evangeline Todd Nora Brooks Jennie Thompson Alice Davis Peart Ricks Louise Miles Addle Wiidtnan Sadie Evans Bert Salisbury Geo Brow* Frank Welsh Wiuoie Jones Mary schaorer Addle Hunter Llllle Forrey Clara Rathert Jennie Owens Alfred Anderson Arthur Anderson Clarence Thomas John schaeter Artie Wentworth Blanche Blftir Minnie Henry ilewslo Ling Roy Pearson Mildred Rand Maurloe Gregory Bertie Kellow Mary Young 1 Mary Fields Kate Reed CRESCO MARKETS (Corrected each issue.) GRAIN. Wheat Barley Oats Corn Timothy Seed tier bushel F|«v\ seed,, Clover par ewt 55© CO SO @!S Pi® 15 85© .. .... 81® 7.00 LIVE STOCK. Live Hogs Beef on foot, Steers ....a.3.-»©a.4o 2©2Vi 2'/464 DAIRY Choice Dairy Hutter 13® Choice Cmiuoory nutter 15© llnsiilteil Itutter 11 Oreaiu per Inch 11 Milk per owt SO MISCELLANEOUS. Eggs per dozen .- 10 1'otatoea 35 8t) Onions 1.00 Uciins a„io Hay, tame.... u.oo Hay wllil 5.00 Wood, hard, drv 4.60 (Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't B$?Cg& ABiOLUTELV Democratic County Convention, A delegate convention of the dem ocratic voters will be libld at the Court Houso in Cresco on Saturday, Oct. 5, 1895, at 2 p. m., for the purpose of nominating candidates for the fol lowing county offices: Representative, Treasurer, Sheriff, School Superintendent, Coroner, Member of Board of Supervisors, also any other business that may come properly before the meeting. 1 he basis of representation will be one delegate for each township, and one additional delegate in each town ship for each 25 votes or fraction of twelve or over cast for Hon. H. F. Dale, candidate for Secretary of State at the general electon held Novem ber 0th 1894. (\a such basis each township will be entitled to the following representa tion: Afton 7 Chester 2 Howard 8 Forest City 3 Jamestown Albion 2 Paris ...5 Howard Center 3 Saratoga 2 New Oregon. ... 7 Vernon Springs 11 3 Oak Dale 2 Township Chairmen are requested to call their caucuses in accordance with this call. By order of the county central com mittee. P. F. MCHUGH, Chairman Prohibition Convention The Prohibition county convention met pursuant to call at the court house Cresco, Saturday, Sept. 28th, Ou motion B. F. Davis was nomi nated chairman and M. O. Perry, sec retary—carried. On motion the convention ad journed to meet in Cresco at court house Tuesday, Oct. 8, 1895. All prohibitionists of the county are requested to be present at the above meeting Oct. 8tb. 101 PEE DEES for $1. -'M Buyers of Gloves and Mittens It' useless to make prices where the quality. Granger Glitters and Fritters. Messrs D. M. Hunt, John Mitrtiu, and Frank Crowell with their ladies attended the theater at Cresco AVed ensday eveuing. Our school took an outiug Friday p.m., for the purpose of gathering evergreens to decorate tho school room. The young ladies' society met with Miss Hilda Lundgren Saturday. F. A. Crowell, D. M. Hunt, W. Gr. Hutchison and A. G. Serfling took advantage of the balmy breezes and went hunting Friday, they returned Saturday. Mrs. Newmiller was in Harmony Friday. Several of our sports attended the the wrestling match In Creseo. C. E. Brink received a fine lot of horse blankets last week. TOPSKY. The Mount Lebanon Shakers recent ly performed a great deed of charity, although it was not designed as a charity, being nothing more nor less than an advertising scheme. It how ever resulted in great good just the same. They gave away 1,000 bottles of their Digestive Cordial to those suffering from stomach derangements It was so effective in curing those who used the remedy that they were loud in their praises of it and iu con sequence a large demand for the cor dial was at once created. The druggists of this town have lit tle books that tell all about it. Di gestive Cordial creates an appetite, aids digestion and brings about a a rapid increase in ilesh and strength. LAXOL is the name of a palatable Castor Oil. Just the thing for chil dren. Harried. At the M. E. parsonage at Cresco, Wednesday, Sept. 25th, by Rev. Wm. Critchlow Macurdv, Mr. Wtu. H. Miles, and Miss E. Estella Wlidman, both of Saratoga, la. TWICE-A-WEEK. $1.00 PER YEAR at our store last- yeai' .ar.c -thoroughly conversant with our method of handling these articles, and will need no proin^"** ing. But its to those who didn't purchase—thoej flon't/. -:K know—where Gloves aud Mittens'are liandledTon the small! -where Gloves and Mittens are handled profit plan, and with a Guarantee coming directly largest and most responsible makers. Get other's prices—see the quality of ours, and yoivr our customer. Florenceville Nearly everyone caught cold with the weather. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Salisbury, form er residents of our town, visited at C. F. Robinson's, also at J. T. Drurn uiond's this tveek. E. Burnhaui rnturncd from his southern trip on Friday. He spent one day in Louisville, then went to Florida, where he spent a week. He reports hard times in that state. VI!u wmmmi urns* Democratic Caucuses. The democrats of Vernon Springs Tw'p will hold a caucus at the court house in Cresco on Thursday, Oct. 3, 1895, at 7:30 p. in. for the purpose of electing ll delegates to the County convention and ior the transacting of such other business as may properly come before it. By order of the committee. J-"5s si Democratic caucus Friday, Oct. 4 at 2 o'clock, in the New Oregon schoolliouse to elect seven delegates for the county convention to be held at Cresco, Oct. 5th, and also a tw'p ticket. JACOB BAKER, chairman. A caucus will be held at Albion school bouse Thursday evening Oct. 3rd, at 7 p. in. to elect two delegates to the democratic county convention, and also to nominate a township v, ticket. By order of committee. That Joyful Feeling With the exhilerating sense of re newed health and strength and inter-1 nal cleanliness, which follows the use of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to the few who have not progressed beyond the old time tnedicines and the oheap substitutes sometimes offered but never accepted by the well informed.•« Are You Sick? If so go to the Lansing, Iowa,Sanita rium and get help. Turkish baths are given and are good for Pain, Nervous, Stomach and Kidney troub les, Piles, Back-ache and all chronic", diseases. Deafness and Catarrh sue-*' cessfully treated. Artesian Mineral water used in bath rooms. Write to Dr. Davis. 4(itf Farm lor Sale. 150 acres about 3i miles from Cresco. New house, all "fenced, plenty of wood, runninp water, and a bargain. Apply to B. R. THOMPSON, the Ab stract and Real Estate man, Cresco, Iowa. "4 •a •s'WlSSs-:' -Ml' you can't show i. B. Caward & Co. Hows This? We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh cure, ,,,F--1- CHKNEY & Co., Toledo, O. T°V-xi rsl^net^ in ^le8a'e have known* h. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years and believe lum perfectly honorable 19 all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by their (irui. West& Truax, Wholesale druggists, Walding, Kinnan & M»tr- dr«KKists, Toledo, O.' Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, lestimonials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Where did I get this Dreadful Cough? No matter the great question is, how shall I get rid of it? Use the PINE OLA BALSAM, a soothing combinu tion of the remedies nature has put in the pine and other balsamic trees. It cures the inflammation and tick ling in the throat and if taken in time will prevent the spread of the dis ease to the lungs. Ely's Pineola Bal sam is strongly recommended in oases' of asthma. Twenty five cents is the price. Tell the neighbors about it. The People Dsmand It. That is, lowpriced farm land where they can make money. There is a chance offered (see advertisement in this paper) to those who are seeking a home or profitable investment: Poor men cannot afford to buy bigli priced farms, but they can buy farms at from $5 to S10 per acre and on. easy terms of The C. S. Graves Laud Company, Chicago, 111. Atlanta Exposition, Round trip tickets $44.03, on sale Sept. 15th to Dec. 31st. Good to re turn until Jany 7th. 1800. 3t M. J. WHITE, agent. -r-Y- Piano for Sale. A first class second hand instru ment, worth $200 cash, will sell for $100. Time given for bankable paper at 0 per cent. LAURAINH MKAD, For Rent. A good commodious office in Berg Block. Enquire of B. F. Davis, or M. R. Ling.