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m£ $ are. tf, i- visw W to? 1W A. & V'JTt' ^K-K 1 J)*1 t- .w •*3. "S£."-V* Perfect Pitting Above all, let U3 impress on you what perfect fitting goods then You cannot get abettor fit or a better coat at a tailor for twice as much money as we ask, and you can put them on your back and wear them right off—don't have to wait six weeks. For $10 we will soil you as good an all-wool Beaver as you can find anywhere else for 12 to 15 $. It is a beauty in finish and quality. For $13.50 we will BEAT coats that are offered at $16.50 as a "Closinng Out Price" This isn't wind .-we've got the goods to do it with. Farrington Brothers 'ir Lime Springs. jyFor all about our Fur Coats, sec the Times. *w| ^sl'b Jt,\ V' V' k_ ,'* /\V! Si „f -i »^r\f jl 'V "•-.. ^fft' ",-?•* \.! -X i-**" 1 Jv -11 if*? •&&€*-J* ...\ At tho lowest prices that such goods have ever been gold for in this county. We have in our store to-day the best line of Overcoats ever shown in this county. We don't except any store anywhere, and we are making them tired with our plain figure, way down low prices. No coats marked $5 more than they are worth so we can give you a cut prico "just because it's you, you know." California Fruit Laxative I" ""M"0!"1 TtttDM of (elected Callfornlc frulto •DO pi# Dt® Known to bftTQ nbcnoflctaleffdct on lb6 bninso ITI* torn. Although harmleM to the tno^t delicate constitution ttlstbor |?3»i:Kh anrt effective, and will afford a permanent cure for habitual constipation Awl the many disorder* arising from a weak or In* i.o-ivecooditionof thekldndyeiTlv^r,atomach and bowels* agreeable tute and •otloo make lube beatfomllr remedj on market. Prloe• BO 0«nti* Mnnnfactured ont or the QUAKER MftOIOAk ASSOCIATION. •T. PAVL, MINI mp 15 hoavy Boycle and plain Beaver Jack ets, regular price 13.50 and 15*00— f.-f price for this sale only 10 98 50 pieces 38-incli All-wool Suitings regular price 35 to 50c per yard—price for this sale only 27c 25 pieces Black and Colored Henriettas, fctrictly alt wool regular price 50 and 60 cents—prico for this sale only 38c ir pv 4u A- Sfaii ,r C3 *20 Fine Imported Jackots, licavy JJiag onals, plain Beavers, KersKys and .'. Bouules, regular price 25,00 aud27,5o •, each—price for this sale only $19 00 "15 extra heavy Boucle Jackets, regular price 16.00 to 20.00 each—price for ,/ this sale only 13 50 4f- "V-^ Thursday, Friday, 1 Wakefield's auction, Nov. 6. a" i Chrysanthemum show Nov. 7 & 8. Sr. 0. B. Bowers, opposite Baptist church. Do not forget the Russell Studio when in need of photographs. Mrs. E. E. Potter and son, of Elma, are visiting with Cresco friends. An elegant line of sohool tablets at PEB DKE office, nice and cheap, tf Clias. Roche returned from his visft at Aitkin, Minn., on Friday laet. Miss Emma Miller returns to school at St. Mary's Institute this week. If you want a good organ for a little money go see Hazeldine. All the latest novelties in dress goods at P. Connolly's. Here they are—those fancy New York apples. A. H. CAWARD. O. H. Wood will make a gift sale of bis entire lot of Haiubletonian stock. F. M. Clark, of Lime Springs, was a Cresco visitor the latter part of last week. Now i6 the time to get your organ repaired. Get Hazeldine, he know* how it is done. The Lawrence Piano Organ take* the lead. Hazeldine has them, go see him and save money. I3tf We heir it reported that Mr. Sti burek. the proprietor of the south side bakery, has failed. Call and see the Russel Pho Studio in its new rooms over tbt Kessell St Lomas drugstore. Arthur Isbell and wife are up from Calmar for a few days, Arthur assist ing in the Lowry Pharmacy. Don't forget Perry's chrysanthe mum show in the opera house next Thursday and Friday evenings. Don't forget we sell the best teat and coffees to be found in the market. A. H. CAWARD. Our Mayflower Tea at 40c can't be beat. Try a pound. Amundson & Lofthus, the Grocers. The Leroy Independent has been changed to the quarto form and is considerably improved in appearance. FOR SALE—My family mare, or will let her out during the winter for the keeping. Address DR. H. C. PRICE. STORE FOR HALE.—A good business place in good, looation, is for sale or exohang for land. Enquire at this office. 7wi G. R. Baker and wife were in Cresco Sunday for a few hours calling upon intimate friends and in attendance at church. John Michel wife and children from three miles north of Granger were at the McKanless entertainment Satur day night. G. E. Chamberlain, phyrioian and surgeon, office In Lowry's drug store. Residence, corner northeast from Sisters sohool. tf Gospel meetings at the Baptist church all this week led by Rev. J. F. Bryant, of Le Roy, You are cor dially invited. If you have a clock or watch that declines to tell you when its dinner time, take It to J. W. Shacklock, in the Car gallery. Geo. Merry canie down from South Dakota the first of the week, bring tng a car load of cattle which he will DEALER twice a week at $1.00 a year feed on bis farm near here. equally as cbe&D PLUCK, PROGRESS, PERSEVERANCE AND PATRIOTISM IN POLITICS. VOL. XXXVII. NO. 13 CRESOO, HOWARD COUNTY, IOWA TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1895." $1.00 PER YEAR 1* Cresco Department Store v. 5. ^^ur-v^ CLOAK DEPARTMENT. All our 10.00,11.00 and 12.00 Jackets, \yc will offer during these three days at only 7 93 11 extra heavy, plain Beaver Cloaks in large sizes from 40 to 46 inch regu f0 lar price 12.&0 each-^prico for this Bale only 9 98 10 extra heavy Double Cloth Capes ia black and navy blue regular price 7.50 and 8.50 each—price for this sale only $ 4 98 DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. 10 pieccs Fancy Homespun Suiting- These goods in 46-in. are sold at 1.00 per yard ours arc 36-inch wide, price for this Bala 39c 10 pieces 48-inch All-wctol Serge regular ,,,,, price 65c per yard—price for this sale only .-.-•.•I 39c V, F. O'MAfclrBY, P*©p*ieto*. •—-««i»hvud iuw« a *uaj ,iuu "muft building just south of the MoCormick machine house, Now is the thne to buy your apples. We have just received two cars from New York state—the finest to be had. T. H. Studobaker bids good bye to the readers of the North Iowa Times, but it will hardly draw tears from any of them. He may be a success as a P. M., but he has won but little credit as an editor and publisher. Mrs. M. J. Long has removed her Millinery stock ove^ the Alliance store nnil will continue to sell her en tire stock of Millinery! bate, ripbons, velvets and fancy feathers at wnole ale prices, until all are sold. lltf The PLAIN DBALK&'S new corre spondent from Lime Springs grows quite caustic in ber criticisms on the ictiou of our city council. She holds a very sprightly pen, and now every body is wondering who Sarah looks like.—Lime Springs Sun. John Todd of Kendallville advertis es some choice Poland China swine for t-ale. The great abundance of the corn crop and its IOMF price will be improved upon in dollars and cents by the farrier who hA* a quantity of fat porkers next summer to market. Mw. Chas, Wessel, living in Paris towuship, 10 nnles southwest of Cresco, advertises an auction sale on Thursday, Nov. 14, consisting of six horses, 10 head of cattle, 18 pigs and a 1st of farm maohlnery. O. H. Wood is the auctioneer, and the usual terms are given. The jury in the trial of Herman W, Mudgett, alias H. H. Jtolmes, for the murder of Benjamin Pitzel, ren dered a verdict on the first ballot, "guilty of murder in the first degree." The verdict was rendered at £:L5 last Saturday at Philadelphia where he had been on trial. Last Thursday evening there was a debate upon the issues to be decided to day. between the State University Clubs, democratic aud republican, at Close. Hall, Iowa City with three dis putants on each side. Among those on the democratic side we observe the name of our towiutimn, Wm. H. Hughes, a studentin the law depart ment of the university. In a few days We shall mall state ments to our subscribers who are in urrears on subscripiidipxiocount and we shall expeot each person' to re spond with all or apportion of the amount due us. We have nearly $1500 due us on such accounts, and cannot afford vo extend that amount of credit. We know that the price of produce ia-cheap and the PLAIN -i Department jSto^c A. H. CAWARD. Faribault extra select has a great reputation and we want you all to try a sack. Only sold by Amundson & Lofthps, ths Grocers Lee Hatch was in town from Satur day till Monday on a business visit-, returning by way Of McGregor to Forest City, Iowa, where he has a good lew practice. II. Gildersleeve,-.of Weedsport, New York, an experienced And capa ble watch-maker and jewelry repairer, holds the bench in Connolly's watch and jewelry department.- James Koblit-kj. has the finest matched team in the county, weigh ing 1050 each to a pound, drive evenly a mile iu four minutes^ with three in buggy, are bright bays and not for sale. •t? ,. Nov. 7, roll of bills: five twenties, two tens and a five. One half will bo given to the finder. Leave at this office and divide the pile. Mrs. Huldah Smith, sister of 1. B. Howland, came out from Union, Illi. uois, to visit her brother and other friends and relatives in Iowa. She and Mrs. Howland came down from the Springs, Saturday, and are visit ing friends and relatives in Cresco for a day or two. Wm. Patterson has formed a part nership with C. A. Carter, of Chicago, a noted elocutionist, and will make a tour of the northwest, commencing Monday next, and will give an enter tainment in Cresco in a couple of weeks, wnich will be auxiousl await ed by Will's many friends. O G. Wall of Lanesboro will as sume control of the McGregor Times next issue, and from what has been said of him the people may expect something of the snap and vim given the paper in the days of Col. Richard son. There is vast room for improve ment from what it has been of late. Mabel, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert N. Libbey, died of typhoid fever at her home in Cedar Falls on Saturday, and her remains were brought to Cresco for interment yesterday, the funeral takiug place from the M. E. church. A more ex tended notice will be given in our next issue. Mrs. John Barrett and Miss Katie McNiel visited several days with Mrs. Barrett's parents near Cresoo, return ing Tuesday F. E. Erler drove down from Cresco last Sunday and spent several hours-in town. He was making arrangements with Fred Datz of Alpha, who will occupy his farm on Little Turkey for the ensu ing year.—Lawler Dispatch. MisB Diana Mason and her sister, Mrs. Cleghorn, put out their washing to dry the first of last week, and among the lot was a new woolen blanket that bad come to its first washing. This, hanging within eight feet of the door, was stolen before eight o'clock in the evening, the moon shining brightly at the time. The same evening a clothes line was robbed of a night shirt belonging to Mr. Tierney. The McKanless concert at the opera house Saturday night had a small attendance, owing to a failure to have the bills announcing it post ed, which was a great oversight. The concert, however, came off just the same, and was first-class in every respect. The "Carnival of Venice" and "Home Sweet Home" executed on the banjo was simply immense, while the "Mocking Bird'' on thejvioiin by Mc Kanless was perfection itself. The vocal music by Miss Robinson could scarcely be excelled in fact it was all first class and worthy of a full house. The trial of Theodore Durrant for the murder of Blanche Lamont be gan at San Francisco, July 32, and had been in progress up to Nov. 1. The jury retired at 3:30 aud in 20 minutes returned with this verdict: We the jury find the defendant. .— jury find the arrears ousuuscripwOTMwcount and guilty of murder in the first decree" now take the opportunity to say that Durrant was assistant superintend we shall exoeot each nerson to w. unt of the Emanuel Baptist Sunday school and decoyed his victim to that churoh where she was murdered by strangulation. His sentence was to be passed last Friday and the time set for his trial for the murder of William Henry Theodore Durrant Minnie Williams both of whom were murdered In the belfry of Emanuel Baptist ohuroh 9 10 imported Kersey Capes black ami navy with stitched satin trimming? regular price 13.50 each—price for this sale only 9 98 Fur Capes, Cloaks and Jackets in Astrachan and Electric Seal, plain and trimmed. Wo bought our Fur Garments in June, when they were 35 per cent chenper than they arc now. You can have them at the Juno prices. 10 pieces Black and Colored Broadcloth, 54 inch wide regular price $1.25 per yard— price for this sale only 89c fef^This will Positively be our Last Special Sale prior to our great Holiday Spccial Sales. Watch for them. «?V. V* IR, FRIDAY, NOV. 8. HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR Ladies Fine Wool Hose: 1.25 cashmere hose 05c 1-00 60o 75 60 wool hose 85c 50 30c 25 .....15c 50 fleece hose ago 40 25c 25 ladies' underwear i5o 50 35c 100 75j 1.25 gents' 75,. Many other bargains in Hosiery and mmmm nteiM TWICE-A-WEEK. •.•a.-wusEt. UfSilF was full before If vce maker's Sample Line. The ordin ary prices won't sell this overplus—• but ONE-THIRD OFF will! Come and see these Cloaks and Furs at one-third off an already low price. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6. Phenomenal Reductions DRESS GOODS for this time. Very best all-wool, 4C-inch 1.00 Henrietta, colors and black, this hour-. French Serge, 46 inches wide, 1.00 quality, all colors vu(. A special 50o Fancy Goods others advertise as a 39c special.. All odd pieces of 20 and 25c part wool Dress Goods, this hour 10c A line of loo Plain Worsteds and Plaid Mixtures Fancy Dress Patterns n£ If you want a Silk, do not fall to see ours. Une-ibird Off THURSDAY, NOV. 7. Sample Lino Ladies, Misses and Children's Cloaks at Wholesalo Prices Come to our Shoe Sale today. I Underwear for men. women and children—it will pay you to be here BARGAIN SALES SATURDAY, NOV. 9. Odd Items to close the lines: Men's Fine Wool Hose....i'l".„...'. ...lSo Mens Heavy Wool Hose 20c Mens Dress Suspender IOC Hogf6kin Faced Mitts 2oo Fine All-wool 1.25 Shirts *1 Calico, in short lengths So ii?.° 15c J. B. Caward & 1 IV bought that "i'il w%- ji I Pongees and Satines....8o 10-4 All-wool Blankets -...$2 Ladies Mittens, fine Saxony yarn...l2o I U'j! M.