Our" Clothing: Department
~TvT Is up to date, comprising all the latest styles.
WORK BROS. &C0.'S
if a man is carrying
A complete line of these goods always in stock.
I ADIESl fALLj ]AN| WlHTEBl WRAPS
j.'\. We have just received and opened for your
nj kind inspection a
Complete Line of Capes, Jackets and
Cloaks in Furs, Plushes
S«: and Cloths.
If you wish to see a pretty assortment of furs such. as Otter, Monkey,
Electric Seal, French Coney, Black Marten, Angora, Astraclian
and other leading furs, now is the time to call on us.
and ufts ot all kinds.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
More than ever ^before- The very latest in everything.
Don't fail to see oyr Novelty Dress Goods.
They will please you .J
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S FDEHi'SHIBG GOODS
Ladies,' Misses', Men's, Boys', Youths' and
Children's Shoes, B/iibbers* and Arctics
A call will convince you that all our departments
and well stocked with the lateot and best of goods.
We could quote you here all kinds of prices, but wotvW rather do
when you see the goods. Inviting you one and all to c. wie and in
spect our new goods, we ar*j,
r:.d Yours truly,
"A HANDFUi, OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Genteel make ele
gant material at reas
The Trade Mark,
sewed on every coat.
Read Johnson Bros, ad lu thio i=
Something now in ladies cloaks at
C. D. Nichols & Go's.
GET OUR PRICES
Look at the $4.98 fur capes at the
Creseo Department Store.
Morris Sherman was over from Kl
ma several days last week.
A good second-hand, open buggy
for sale, apply at this office. tf
Geo. Chryst is building an addition
to his house up on '•Sunrise Hill.'"
The Daughters of'tho King meet
Wednesday with Mrs. W. R. Mead.
Save money and buy your groceries
of A. H. Caward.
Starch still sells at five cents
paper at CAWAKD, the Grocer.
Girl wanted to do goneral house
work enquire of Mrs. C. D. Nichols.
Don't fail to see the now line of
mens and boys caps at Johnson Bros
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hubbel came
,'rom Minneapolis Saturday afternoon.
iJtr. and Mrs. Joseph Walton went
to Deborah the latter part of last
Watch fV)r ad of tho Oesco Depart
ment Store our issues of the 9th
For fresh groceries or a good meal
go to M. Barrett's Restaurant, Market
St., Cresco. sept lyl
Thev are continuing their big sale
all this week at the Cresco Depart
PLUCK, PROGRESS, PERSEVERANCE AND PATRIOTISM IN POLITICS.
VOL. XXXVIII. NO. 6 CRESCO, HOWARD COUNTY, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1890. $1.00 PER YEAR
^Lxixiou.ncem.ent l^a,ll of is©©
ARCTICS AND RUBBER GOODS
Before making your Fall Purchases.
Our New Fall Goods are arriving daily and our stock will be entirely complete this week. We are selling goods for cash, and in
vite a comparison of our stock and prices with any store in Northern Iowa.
Made by David Adler & Sons are always to bs depended on. Always correct in STYLE, QUALITY
Ladies extra-good now stylo jackets stovo in good order—The Invincible
14.98 worth $7.00 at the Cresco De
W. B. Ousley, D. D. S., in Cresco
1st to loth. All work guaranteed to
give satisfaction. 15tf
Machine oil and axle grease very
cheap and good.
Amundson & Lofthus.
$3.50 for Ladies' detachable double
cape Mackintosh, plaid lining.
J. B. CAWAKD & Co.
Newly ground Buckwheat flour,
nice, pure and fresh ground, at City
Feed Store. w4 J. MULLEEN & Co.
We sell the coffees that will be sold
Wo are making very low prices on
all lines of canned goods to close them
CAWAKD, tho Groccr.
Ladies Aid Society will meet with
MiS- Watts on Thursday afternoon of
Oct. 8. All invited, Gentlemen to
tea at 5
^0 dozen mens wool.fleeced under
ware, worth $1.00 each, for 50c. B.ir
trains' id Ladies' and chlldrens' under-
J. B. CAWAKD
Mrs. lloaa ^tuslad who has been a
itin'g her parents Sir. aid Mi'f. Lorene
Swenson for some time departed for
her home at Enderlin, N. D. Saturday
Our $2.50 Line
All the new toes and styles ia Calf, Kangaroo, Dongola, Enamel Calf, Patent Leather, Etc.
Ladies'Cork Sale Shoes are the thing for winter wear.
20o bulk coffee is a bargain
AMUNDSON & LOFTHUS,
Silk warp sergo umbrollas, sold at
1.50, just now 7oc at
John Brown and his force of painters
have just completed a very neat job
of painting and lettering on'the front
of J. J. dowry's new building.
Mrs. Brown from near Granger has
purchased some lots of Mr. Beadle
west of Congregational parsonage and
will build a good house this fall.
exclusively at the next World's Fair., corn and laundry starch, at live cents,
Try a pound. Amundson & Lofthus" it is all right
Try our 20c bulk coffee. Its a
winner. AMUNDSON & LOFTHUS,
FOR SALE—One second hand coal
and one wood stove nearly new, for sale
cheap. Apply to E. R. THOMPSON.
Dress Goods cheap—88 inch all
wool sergo, usual price 40c, for 20c,
all colors, if you come quick, at
Our Shoe Department
We'll Fit Your Feet.
gbraty A, ttooe^RTST.
Cash Clothiers, Cresco, Iowa.
J. B. CAWARD & Co.
Hon. F. D. Bayless, democratic
candidate for congress lor this district,
was in Cresco, Monday, between
HOLME TO RENT.—A good comforta
ble brioK house, cast part of town,
possession about October. Enquire of
N. B. Wheeler.
Shacklock, now located on the south
side of market street, with J.L.Henley
will make your watch or clock come
to time. Try him.
The big amount of winter under
wear unloaded at Johnson Bros.
Clothing Department, reminds one of
the cold days to come.
T. C. Sovereign is repairing his dam
and his mill for which reason grind
ing -vill be suspended for a time prob
ably about four weeks.
W. C. Brecdlove, of Chester, was
down last week and during a call at
this office said that he would move
back to Cresco this week.
J. B. CAWAKD & Co.
Big bargains in lace curtains, ladies,
gents and child rens handkerchiefs,
gloves and mittens, corsets.
J. B. Caward & Co.
Remember wo sell Chase & San
burn's World's Fair coffees and teas.
Try them if you want the best.
A. H. CAWAKD.
Why don't you use our clear quill
Caward, the Grocer.
Try a sack of that Great Jersey
Cream flour and you will have the
best. Amundson & Lofthus.
Mrs. Jas. Bryan and daughter, of
Mclutyre were over last week visiting
another daughter who is a student at
tbn Normal They are distant rela
tives of the presidential candidate.
This is the season for machine oils
and axle grease. Don't forget that
we have the best goods and make tho
CAWAIW. THE Groocr.
FLASK'S KKCOKD 2:13}. will make a
fall seibon In tho stud ut Creseo. fcn
(iuire nt tho Rink feed barn.
will mako you open your eyes.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Long of Paris the 29th of
September. Although she can't vote
unless we get woman suffrage she
probably can find some one who can
when grown to womanhood.
Harry Mitchell, the bon ton barber
of our citj, is up to date in ail kinds
of barber work. Call on him and get
a good job done. Always on hand,
always willing. Remember the little
boys haircuts are only 15 cents.
John Johnson has returned from St.
Paul, where he has spent some time
buying tur goods. Knowing Mr.
Johnson to be an old experienced
buyer, there is no doubt but what he
has secured a lot of bargains, that will
benefit the people of Cresco.
If vou want to get posted on the
new styles for ladies cloaks, write C.
D. Nichols & Co. for their new cata
logue and their new method, one of
the handiest catalogues of the kind
published in the United States this
year. Address the firm at Cresco.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hess mourn the
loss of their little daughter, born only
a few weeks since, the little one pas
sing away on Saturday forenoon, the
funeral occurring on Sunday afternoon
from the house. They have the sym
pathy of all in their sad bereavement
The following have credit on sub
scription account with the PEE DEE:
M. Ludwig, Elma J. P. Long, Lour
des, Ole Olson, Davis Corners W. A.
Stockman. Jas. Carroll, J. F. Car
roll, Jas. Mudica, Cresco Mrs. L. L.
Jones, Lime Springs C. Lower, De
A full assortment of new cloths suit
able for fall and winter suits and for
overcoatings just received at the mer
chant tailor establishment over A.
Caward's store. Prices made to suil
the times. Garments warranted to fit.
Goods and all material just as it is rec
ommended. David Amundsen,
Saturday, James Carroll of New
Oregon, one of the persons who start
ed with the PLAIN DEALER, paid for ii
to the end of the 88th year, and a diy
or I5V0 before that Mrs. Belle Gibbon?
did likewise, her husband, Thos. J.
Gibbons having been a subscriber
from the flrst, and the PLAIN DEALEK
having been a regular visitor in the
family ever since. These old and
early friends, alas, how time has
thinned them, and how pleasant to
meet and greet them.
JohnW. Bookwalter, of Springfield,
Ohio, is the author of a small book
whose title is "If not Siver What?"
Mr. Bookwalter is extensively
engaged in manufacturing, and unti
quite recently we understand he wa
a strong advocate of the single gola
standard. But ho recently travoled
extensively in gold standard countries
of Europe and is converted to bimetal
lism. We have 100 of these bookt
which wo would like to have road by
men, who. like Mr. Bookwalter, are
ready lo throw away their prejudices
long enough to look at the conclusions
at which tho learned author has ar
The democratic caucus for this
township put in nomination for town
officers the following excellent ticket,
every man worthy of the place to
which nominated: Justices of the
Peace, J. L. Evans and John E. Peck,
for constables John Rygg, Wm. Woell
stein, assessor, Frank Howard, trustee
W. W. Johnson, clerk, J. J. Sobolik.
At the democratic caucus Friday
evening the following delegates to the
county convention were appointed the
delegates in attendance to cast the
full vote of the town. P. F. McHugh
J. J. Lowry, J. A. Barrett, Jno. Mc.
Cook, Wm. Woellstein, Richard Woods
W. Malanaphy, Chas. Byrnes, Jno. E.
Feck, Dana Mead, Eugene Mullen,
Index to Inside Pages-
New York's Big Grocer.
H. K. Thurber is a Free Silver
advocate, and sends out a circular
McKinloy on Cleveland by W. S.
Gay, of Mclntire.
Invasion of States, by the Cleveland
Republican doctrine as declared by
the Congressional committee of the
party in 1890.
Bryan hauls a class of preachers
over the coals.
A 'fconglcy* Hat
The first ward school house is near
ly ready for the district's use and is
one of the very best throughout in the
country, every part of it being made
upon honor. The wainscoating and
casings are all of hard pine, also the
floors and doors, the stairs arc of red
oak. The contract was taken and has
been honestly executed by the con
tractor, Mr. James Byrnes, who may
take pride in having the public exam
ine the structure in all its parts, be
cause such an examination of the
building is a stronger and better com
mendation of the man and his work
than any words we can use.
Hon. Sam White, of Colorado, will
address the people of Cresco on Sat
urday, Oct. 10. Further particulars
in our next issue.
Hon. F. K. Ringsmuth of Cedar
Rapids has been secured for three
speeches to be in the Bohemian lasgu
age in this vicinity. He is now fil
ling appointments in Nebraska made
up to the 19 of Oclober. His dates
are as follows:
Spillville, October 20.
l'rotivin, October 21.
Saratoga, October 22.
JERSEY CREAM FLOUR
Every Sack Guaranteed.
The place and hour will be named
Try One and Be Convinced!
Amundson & Lofthus, The Grocers
Did You Ever Hear of Such Low Prices?
I will sell you anew steel geared wagon, Tylnffletrees and neckyoke for
$35. Will put on box either Dnnlap's Patent or common ono
for §45 or will fit you out with Dunlap's Patent "Wagon Box,
hayrack and hograck for the small sum of $50 cash.
have a Minneapolis Monitor Gang Plow, the bc&t in the market
for $30, always have sold for $50.
Also one half Platform Spring Wagon, Racine make, in good rig for
$25, Will exchange any of them for good bankablo paper at
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