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WHY THE SALE? WHAT THE INDUCEKENf
Not an accumulation otodd sizes and unsalable styles
frod? the ctock oi the past season—not a bit ©1
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Both Lace and
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Every garment Iresh from the beat manufacturers in
the land. No sweat shop rubbish from the dingy lofts
ef the tenement houses. Just the reverse. It is th«
cieanest of underwear, fresh from clean, welt venti
lated factories. It is ths perfection of underwear, cut
by ths best skilled artists of the cutting table. It is
ths bast underwear, designed, put together and fin
ished ty ths hands of healthy, rosy cbeeksd girls.
Kemarkable values caused ths purchase for this big
•ale. Plain figure facta of economy is the powerful
Inducement we ottsr to the throngs of buyers who at*
tend this big sale. See the big display in the window.
Perfect Fitting Embroidered Co not Covert,
Children's Waists and Drawers, 1,2 andjp years.
Good ftwiM camfirtt run*.
NO SECOND GRADE GOODS IN STOCK
Call on us when you want anytoing first-class in Groceries,
Dried Fruits, Canned Goods, Flour, &c.
Tie li irjest iai tot Sslsstei Stocl oi Crotoy in tie Cit
A.n examination of quality and price will demonstrate our
leadership in this line.
Is the plac.* where you can get
S weetest,'.nost Tender and
all lays and in all
Contrary to our expectations, we were unable to find a better location for our bueinees than Cresco, and having decided to remain he
greatly increased our stock and have added a New Grocery Department. As we can handle this extra business without adait
1", oije cent of cxpeiitc, wo will be in a position to name as low prices as anyone, and only ask that you give us the op
portnnity-to fhow you the saving you can make.
Our Aninal Under-price Muslin Underwear Sale ZSjtl
goods, no city lop work handled by us. The prices we make at these annual sales have never been equaled. Every garment down to
tne lowest peice is neatly made and finished. Cut full and good size.
As usual they are divided in lots 1 ti 8 consisting of gowns, skirts, ^ClIC IlOlIl Ulil lU ^Lv/LII OF 131*11
drawers and corset covers.
Umtali Dnnors,
Ira ad tabrokkraO.
Embroidered
and
Laoe Trimmed
Oewns.
Drawers,
Corset Oovers,
Skirts.
end
Outmg Flannel
Gowns
LOT
Every
.Garment
ShQWO
Circulal
To be
Advertised
MAIL ORDERS FILLED. Send this circular to any
friends out of town, and ask them to write us.
than in any similar time during our millinery experience. See our hate for Superiority of Style coupled with Correct Prices.
WM. KELLOW, Jr
MEAT MARKET
the finest Outs,
Juicy Meats on
seasons.
I M.I. 3A.L.T MEATS, HAM8, BACON, T^USAFIK
GA-TFS AND POULTRY IN THEIR SEASON.
Prices for the Best ajre Lpw qe others charge for
quality.
HBXTSSBLMANN, Proprietor
come to this Office for Horse Bills
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Either our millinery prices are much under what others are asking or the styles are to be credited for un-
Jr usual business, for without any opening or great showing whatever wo ^old more pattern hata last week
Side curtains at Wygant's shop.
Nice seed potatoes for sale IT. T.
Williams store in Granger.
Do YOU want to sell your farm? If
so list it with J. H. Luers, Cresco.
C-l- f»v\m jCiU OAll _f Av\ *1
A good line of mens' hate, gloves,
overalls, shirts and jackets at right
prices.—T. S. Johnson, Bonair.
"Have you any doubts remaining?"
said Mrs. Jones. "No, Marinda, I have
not. I took Rocky Mountain Tea last
night" 'Twill remove any Impure
thoughts in the human family. 35c,
—Dr. Wm. Connolly.
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It is absolutely a fact that
in this Big Sale we shall sell
Gowns, Drawers, Skirts and
Corset Covers, Emphatically
and Unequivocally at prices
less than the material alons
would cost, and even leii
than the sewing alone woul4
cost. This we guarantee
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Drawn
EmroMeren
Perfect
This Skirt also with a
OA
Deep Embroidered Ruffle Corset0
Umbrella
Umbrella
Found Skirts.
Emnira
Gigantia Gowns.
Short
This tot at NINETY-NINE CENTS, are mostly
copied from the French garments which retail in Paria
at from Nine to Twenty Francs. Wc guarantee these
goods io every respect as good as the French garments.
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'^ie great changes in corsets have made it necessary for merchants who would have au up-to date stock of these
1 ivflf V/vJI 3vl3 aU important articles of apparel to get an Entire New Stock. That is what he have done, and can now show
you all the latest models, beginning with the 4-inch Girdle and including the Emp're shape, the Straight Front and the Straight Front
Girdle, all sold at prices ranging from $1 down to 19c each.
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ATCUT PRICES
LADIES' FULL SIZE NIOHT DRESSES.
Beautiful Styles in Pine Embroidered Corset Covert,
Ladies' Muslin and Cambrio Umbrella Drawers.'
35c
ALL COINS UTRA10KG
AWfiXTM woe
TUtDmer mil lo Lace
jfftf EnftroMenr.
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THI&SKIRT
Both embroidered
and Lace.
"COVCBHOK
The foremost shoe for
STYLE:
(Made by PINGREE &a SMITH)
The new styles are now in
-v Top-notch."
FIT:...:,..... Could'nt be better.
WEAR SM•
PRICE:...... A
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Wheels cut down $t Wygant"s shop.
Landreth's Garden Seeds 4t T.
Lomas & Son's Hardware store.
53 acre Improved farm near Cresco
price $60 per acre.—J. M. Qannon.
Many: people bought seeds last year
that did not grow were you one of
them? Buy Landreth's of Lomas &
Son and take no chances
A nice, new line of mens', womens'
and childrensi footwear just In, both
in leather and rubber gopds. Try a
•pair of our mens' shoes at$1.25.~T. S.
Johnson, Bonair.
men
Absolutely withpyt an equal.
dollar under its worth.
The Gcraty &
Terry Company*
Plows layed at Wygant'sshop.
All kinds of repairing at Wygant's
•shop.
First class bock beer at Granger
Brewery.
T. S. Johnson at Bonair will pay the
highest market price for eggs.
The Lime Springs Sun has been en
larged to a seven column sheet.
See "Prince Romiro" at the opera
house and live ten years longer.
Mrs. Ir. Freemire, of Chester, has
been visiting friends in Cresco.
Girl wanted ror general housework.
Enquire at Connolly & Fitzgerald's.
W. T. DALY, Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Dr. Connolly's drug store.
60 acre improved farm within Cresco
city limits. For price see J. M. Cannon.
Do you want seeds that will grow?
If you do buy Landreth's, of Lomas &
Son.
The New Oregon Sunday School
re-opened last Sunday in the New
Oregon school house.
WANTED—At
once, sewing girl to
sew in shop at Mrs. Gill's. Call third
door east of Dr. Kessel's.
The Nichols horses will be kept for
the season at the Culbert barns west
of Wetherbee's livery barn.
A good stock of groceries and hard
ware at II. T. Williams, Granger
store. Call and get acquainted.
FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE.—The
Park Hotel. For Particulars and
terms, see J. II. Luers, Cresco.
C. J. Vance has received a three
years old Shropshire buck that weighs
300 pounds, a magnificent animal.
FOB SALK,—240 acres, splendid im
proved farm near Protivln. For price
and terms see J. H. Luers, Cresco.
Mrs. Lizzie Schulth'ej of Grand
Forks, N. D., is the guest of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Goodrich.
Do YOU wish to buy a farm? If so it
will pay you to call on me and see
what I have. J. II. Luers, Cresco.
Call on me if you desire to purchase
a home in Cresco.
tf J. M. CANNON.
FOB SALE.—25 Howard and Winne
shiek county farms. Have some big
bargains. J. II. Luers, Cresco.
An old lady by the name of Faulk
hauser died in New Oregon last Thurs
day and was laid to rest last Satur
day.
If you wish to sell your farm resi
dence or business, list with John &I.
Cannon, lie will sell your property for
you.
If you build any fence this year
don't neglect to Ugure with Lomas &
Son, they are prepared to save you
money.
Good clean flax seed for sale at my
farm three miles north of Granger:
Phone, North Albion Line.—Andrew
Michel. 61
w4.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith are called
upon to mourn the death of their nine
weeks old babe. Mrs. Smith is reports
ed quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Stickney oame from
Stacyville Monday for a visit with
Mrs. E. M. Beadle, grandmother of
Mrs. Stickney.
FOB SALE:—Pure bred buff cochin
and white wyandotte chickens. Also
white wyandotte eggs for hatching.—
Raphael Glass,
G. W. Merry of Milbank came down
Friday and wiil put in a couple of
weeks supervising matters at his
Crane Creek farm.
Mrs. Boyer has a new piano sold her
by Mrs. Nellie Peck who represented
II. J. Fuehr in the transaction, the
general traveling agent.
120 acrcs fine land, 12 acres heavy
timber, good house, large basement
barn. 3 miles from Cresco. For price
and terras see J. M. Cannon.
FOB SALE.—500 bushels potatoes,
N. Y. Rural and American Wonder,
at my farm near Davis Corners-
58T4 JOHN HALWEG.
If you wish to purchase a farm it
will pay you to send for my land list.
I lwe several fine farms for sale.
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$4.
Sole Agent.
ill fe a
JONN M. CANNON.
Taken this month keeps you well all
summer. Greatestsprtng tonic known.
Rocky Mountain Tea, made by Mad
dison Medicine Co. 35c.—Dr. Connolly
Otto Johnson goes to Aberdeen,
S. and to several other places
there, and to Lidgerwood, N. D., this
week, and will fee absent about three
we„eks.
If you have a wife, mother, sweet*
heart or sister, do-not forget that she
will enjiiy |6(T "J^e«laiond in "Prince
l^omirO," the high-class comedy at
the opera house on the
"night of April
19th.
Proffessor McConnell, of the Depart
ment of Pedagogy ,in the State Uni
verslty of Iowa, recently visited the
schools at Osage, Decorah, Cresco,
Clermont, Postville, Orange City and
Algona, in the Interests of the TTnl^ef
sity. .V
Royal Neighbors, you are earnestly
requested to be present Thursday eve
ning April 11th, as there is very im
portant business to transact, also
Initiation.
"Prince Romiro" is highly recom
mended by both piess and public. Go
and see it at the opera house on the
evening of April 19th, aud enjoy a
hearty laugh.
II. J. Fuehr, general traveling rep
resentative for the western branch of
the world famous Cbickering & Sons
piano firm, was registered at the
Strother House last Thursday.
Tne Stewuiifilk Times ought to be
able to get all the railroad transporta
tion it wants it claims that the rail
roads are paying more than their pro
portion of the taxes of the state.
Cures dizzy spells, tired fueling,
stomach, kidney and liver troubles.
Keeps you well all summer. Rocky
Rocky Mountain Tea taken this
month. 35c.—Dr. Wm. Connolly.
W. D. Field, the reliable piano tun
er, is still in the city and kept busy.
Those wishing to secure his services
can do so by leaving word with G. H.
Kellogg, or at the Central House.
Adolph Kapler who has been swing
ing around the circle l'or the past year
taking in the great West, arrived
home last week looking as though the
trip had been of healthful benelit.
We have a good supply of the cele
brated Pounder Harrows on hand
greatly improved. Also a job lot of
Triumph Seeders that we are giving
very low prices on.—T. S. Johnson,
Bonair.
The standard telephone central
office will be located over Kellogg's
music store as soon as it can be put in
order for its use. This perhaps means
that Mr. Lowry is goiug to build on
his lot where the central now is.
J. J. Lowry returned from South
Dakota Friday evening, where he
completed the sale of his ranch there
for $20,000, Investing a portion of the
the price in cheaper land which he
will hold for an advance in price.
We have the largest and best assort
ment of Gasoline stoves ever exhibi
ted to people of Howard county, from
Hot Plates up to Hotel sizes. We in
vite your inspection of them. We can
interest you. T. J. L'nnas & Son.
Ilaving sold my stock omerchand ise
to C. A. Smart, of Le Hoy, who will
take possession of the isiuess on or
before April 15th. All th-se knowing
themselves indebted to will please
call and settle before I make the
transfer.—F. A. Glass.
U. A. Smart, of Le Roy, the pur
chaser of the F. A. Glas.i stock, is
here and an inventory of lite stock is
being taken, the transfer to be made
as soon as it is completed. Mr. Smart
has been in trade at Le Roy for several
years, and bears an excellent reputa
tion.
The contest for the elegant do-1 on
exhibition at Wesley Swenson's to be
voted for at Lyric Hall to-night, will
go to one or other of the following
little girls who are candidates for the
beauty: Florence McCook, Constance
Laub, Alice Anderson and Marjorie
Hunttiug.
With its May number Willis J. Ab
bott will have editorial control of The
Pilgrim, a monthly magazine publish
ed at Battle Creek, Mich. Mr. Ab
bott is one of the ablest of the pro
gressive reform writers and leaders of
the country. Its yearly subscription is
One Dollar.
Thomas J. Cashman, assessor of
Af ton township, returned his assessor's
books on Wednesday last. He claims
that to assess that township is worth
$150, and we have no doubt of its
truth, especially for the years when
the real aud personal property is to
be assessed.
A. B. Van Dee, of Florenceville,
atlUcted with a slight temporary aber
ration of mind was sent to Indepen
dence last week for treatment. It is
not probable that he will be absent
very long. Dr. Hill who is in charge
of the institution and Mr. Van Dee
are on the best of terms.
A notice from Congressman Ilaugen
states that a competitive examination
for the appointment of a naval cadet
from the 4th district of Iowa, will be
held at Charles City, Wednesday,
April 24, begiuning at 1 o'clock. Com
petitors must be residents of the dis
trict, between the ages of 15 aud 20
years, and the examination will be
toth physical and mental.
A special meeting of the New ,ne recent
Oregon Cemetery society will meet at city election in Chicago it is reported
Mrs. N B. Durgm's Wednesday, April that 60 sermons were delivered from
10th. Every member requested to bo
present.
Our pastor was greeted by large
audiences both morning .and evening
last Sabbath. After his long absence
we appreciated his presence in the
pulpit as well as his Une sermons and
were delighted to And him looking
and apparently feeling so well. We
sincerely hope that the coming days
of his Iqburs among us may bring him
the pleasure they will surely bring to
W.—CVwco liuptivt.
Chicago pulpits denouncing Carter
Harrison as a mayor. The result was
30,000 majority for Harrison. Had
the 00 pulpits supported him, the re
sult might have been different.
Mr. Aaron Mosher the assessor for
Jamestown returned his books Friday.
He tells us he had 286 assessments to
make, that he had to make Ave trips
for one of the persons assessed before
finding him at home, that about the
best a man could do was to make ten
in a day and from that down to six.
The only medical man who has ever
originated anything of value in regard
to the cause, prevention and cure of
CANCEB, is Dr. Melville C. Keith, of
Ohio. He uses no knife, plaster or
poison drugs, but we are willing to
satisfy any Interested party that
cancer can be cured without any cut
ing and will stay cured. 83tf.
For Lieutenant Governor
The announcement is made through
the Decorah papers that Hon. W. H.
Klemme is a candidate for Lieutenant
Governor. In the republican party
in Iowa are two elements striving for
supremacy. One element is represent
ed by such mem as Herriott, Funk,
Healy, Brant, Martin, Gilbertson,
Klemme, and others in different parts
of the state, the other by Shaw, Mer
riam, Hubbard, Blythe, and every
corporation that would deal unjustly,
and by all who are their beneficiaries
directly or indirectly. Mr. Klemme
has represented his county for six
years in the house of representatives
of the state, and tried faithfully and
honestly to serve the people instead
of the corporate monopolies. The
question before the republican nomi
nating convention of the state will be
as to which shall control, the inter
ests of the people or of the corpora
tions. We fear that the machine has
such control in the state that the men
friendly to the people will be again
defeated in the nominating convent
ion. With such a man as Mr. Klem
me Lieutenant Governor, the corpor
ations would not have control of the
committees of the senate, if the peo
ple have friends representing their
interests in that body.
Hundreds of prominent republicans
in the state admit that the party
management is and has long been
controlled by men in league with those
who plunder the state treasury In
thousands of ways, but who realize
that to ask an investigation into
these matters would result in the ap
pointment of a committee of investi
gation which would white-wash the
the Dobsons, the Shaws and the Mer
riams to the joy of the Hubbards and
Blythes and the corporations they
represent.
$100 A SACK.
for Washburn, Crosby Co.. Goidmedal
lour, the best in the world.
ALSO FARM SEEDS:—
$7.00
Red June Clover from $(j.00 to
per bushel.
®7-80 Mommoth $7.80:
TV bite $9.00 per bushel.
Mixed Lawn grasses, 10c per pound:
I lax seed, $1.05 per bushel Timothy
seed, $1.80 Seed corn (yellow) S5c.
Millet seed, 75c: Seed wheat, 65c.
Buckwheat seed 80c. per bushel.
Would be pleased to show samples.
Iron Warehouse No. 114: Phone 84,
Market Street, Cresco, Iowa.
N. GRAF & Co.
If troubled by a weak digestion, loss
of appetite, or constipation, try a few
doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Every box warranted.
For sale by Shuttleworth Drug Co.
Milo Woodward,
For Shoe Repairing, iouth Side
Cresoo. 35tf.
I Reconstruction
and Other Poems
BY
LESLIE O'MALLEY.
A volume of poems of pat
riotism written in a fresh
and virile vein.
PRICE 50c.
FOR SALE
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BY
LOMAS &
LOM
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