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ft sv t- •Cr* fc "•.A»- t'. -i- "Itf ^A. *r i& Li, -$Tfi 4^ '^A OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY $ iv -A) *J? £iL jt tCH •'4ri' 1, fcSt-J-HS Books 10 cents to $2.50, at Lomas Milz Drug Co. Root and herb medicines have no equal for purity. Dr. Kessell is in Chicago for a few days on business. Prices the lowest ever known, at Lomas-Milz Drug Co. Clyde Hammond returned from his Mason City trip Monday. J. C. Webster went to St. Paul Monday on a business trip. Call and consult Prof. Wm. Caswell on root and herb medicines. Dogs killed ten of I. J. Booth's sheep Friday, injuring several. Rev. Thompson is enjoy log a visit from his brother of Minneapolis. Wedding outfits a specialty, at the New Store of C. D. Nichols & Co. Attend the Cresco Normal this winter, in the new Geraty building. It will pay you to see our stock be fore buying. Lomas-Milz Drug. Co. Wm. Rogers Tea spoons 75c set table spoons $1.50 set at Clemmer's. OVERCOATS All the new thing's in Overcoats and at prices which mean that you can't afford to miss seeing our line before buj'ing "We offer 50 Men's Brown, Blue, Black, WoolKer- flit seys for this holiday season at UlUU A Heavy Gray All Wool Coat in the Ryton cut, sold at S18 all the season—the greatest value in the market I flfl —we offer the remaining sizes at FUR COATS We ask you to look over our line of Fur Coats and tell us who has the largest line of fur coats in Cresco. We want to sell our large line of coats and we will make prices that will move them. Don't fail to see the line. Dog Coats from.. .$10 to $18 Coon Coats from.. .$30 to $60 Buffalo Coots from 15 to 28 Lamb Coats from.. 22 to 30 A Calendar Given to Every Lady who calls at our store. FANCY GHATELAIN PURSES CHRISTMAS Recollect that we have 2000 Boc *ks to select from. Don't forget that ou can select from 200 Dolls, 100 Albun is, and 100 Toilet Sets and Hundreds jof Novelties. Come to our store and ou.r great display of presents will make you want to own some of them Albums 25 cents to $1.00, at Lomas Milz Drug Co. Miss May Watts is clerking at Wm Kellow's during the holiday season. Buy useful Christmas presents at the New Store of C. D. Nichols & Co. Miss Hattie Meverden went to Chi cago Saturday for a visit with friends. Don't miss those beautiful presents given away by Prof. Wm. Caswell & Co. Liniments, ointments and salves of all kinds sold by Prof. Wm. Caswell & Co. Silver Ware and Jewlery, we are closing out at cost. Lomas-Milz Drug Co. Geo. H. Kellogg sold two pianos,one organ and a high grade violin on Mon day. Misses Florenco and Gertrude Mar shall, and little Anthony, went to Lime Springs Friday, for a short visit with Mrs. A. E. Marsh. BRONZE TURKEY GCB.BLEHS hatched last May, fine ones for "breeding from. Uall on John McDermot, near the cheese factory on Miners Creek. I UlUU Hart, Schaffner & Marx mm Tailor Made Clothes QOPntlOHT I BO I MAST, •OMAffHKR 4 MA*X All the late educational Games, at Lomas-Milz Drug Co. John Clemmer came up from Iowa City Monday to spend the holidays at home. Lon Kline is home from Postville, where he has been working the past season. Mrs. lleckamp and Abbie Bullis purchased pianos of Mrs. Emma Connor. Tooth brushes guaranteed to hold the bristle, 25 cents, at Lomas-Milz Drug Co. A few 1847 Rogers -Bros, knives, forks and spoons at a discount at Clemmer's. Prof. Wm. Caswell one door east of Norwenian church Northern Iowa Telephone 229. Keep your feet shod from the Shoe Department in the New Store of C. D. Nichols & Co. 1 will be in Cresco on and after De cember 25th, till Jan. 1st, and will sell my house and three lots cheap, for cash. H. CROXTON. AH Re&dij PLUCK, PROGRESS, PERSEVERANCE AND PATRIOTISM IN POLITICS. VOL. XIiIII. NO. 29 CRESCO, HOWARD COUNTY, IOWA. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1901. $1.00 PER YIAR ReiTS'Tiber the 3'S Un^ oF Useful KoHday Gifts Comprising 100 articles enumerated in last week's issues of the Plain Dealer. The Cresco Department Store is desirous of Your Holiday Business and this week will mention Special Bargains for the Men. Ed Bowers went to Lime Spring Monday for a few days work on the telephone line. The New Store of C. D. Nichols & Co., is certainly an attraction to the Christmas shopper. MEN'S SUITS Men's Suits, all wool, in hand some patterns, sold at $10 and $12, special holiday price CRESCO DEPARTMENT STORE, P. F. O'MALLEY, Prop. Toilet cases from 60 cents to $6.00 at Lomas-Milz Drug Co. Bracelets, cuff buttons and shirt studs 25 to 50 per cent, discount at Clemmer's. Mrs. Emma Connor presented to the south side school as an Xmas gift a neat little organ. Belt pins, hat pins, and hair brooches to close at 50 per cent, dis count at Clemmer's. Miss Bessie Barker Is expected the latter part of the week from Carlton College, Northfield. See our line of wrought-iron candle sticks, ash-trays, inkstands, etc., at Lomas-Milz Drug Co. Now is the time to get a bargain in a watch at a big discount watch chains and charms 25 to 50 per cent, discount at Clemmer's. Every part of our store glitters with Holiday Merchandise, and the Big Center Aisle with tables and cases loaded and filled displays the Most Gorgeous Stock of Holiday Goods ever shown in Cresco, while the assortment of Dolls the rear of the store is the finest we have ever had the pleasure to show you SHUTTLEWORTH "DRUG CO. Cresco, Iowa. Bemember the Place where these Good Bargains are awaiting yqu. Be Here on Time ana Get-$2.00 Worth for $1.00 7.50 100 Men's better grades at $12 and $15 to close out in this special sale at u« We will make the greatest $15 offering in Men's Suits •ever offered in Cresco. This line will include our $18 and $20 lines, and every suit warranted for quality and style all new ^patterns 15.00 The Big Store is Headquarters for Everything in the Clothing Line, We have served the people for many years but we have never been in better position than at the present. Our stock is complete in ev ery detail. Many new goods bought for Christmas trade have just arrived, and we are making low prices on all goods in our li^e to keep our stock at its lowest point for invoicing time, Gome, early in the week and secure your Christmas purchases. Yours for a Merry Christmas, Scarf pins, emblem pins, breast pins and broaches 25 to 50 per cent, dis count at Clemmer's. Prof. Wm. Caswell is in Cresco and is prepared to furnish the people a root and herb medicine. Sterling silver novelties and ebony goods, newest style, 50 to 25 per cent, discount at Clemmer's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill were down from Lime Springs this week, the guests of Cresco friends. Dr. W. T. Daly, physician and sur geon. Office over Fields Furniture store, opposite postofflce. Charles Scobey, the clerk at the Strother House went to Fayette to day for a short home visit. Get your wife or best girl a set of those latest style Furs, at the New store of C. D. Nichols & Co. Lee Oathout went to Cresco Tues dap. for a visit with friends.—Luana correspondent N. Iowa Times. The btst and lowest priced line of Duck coats carried in Cresco, at the New Store of C. D. Nichols & Co. strpas niDAIIQUIHIPQ Swell Line of Neckwear, Hosiery, rUrnildnMbO Mufflers, Shoes and Handkefcheifs, all styles and all prices.- •'i'" Assorted Chocolates and Bon-Bons in swell silk covered boxes in a pleas ing variety, at Mullen & Grobel's. Mullen & Grobel are showing the finest assortment of fancy Box Candy that was ever displayed in Cresco. FOR SALE—Forty acres of timber land near Kendallville. 1 WM. HAMMOND, Cresco. Cash paid for wood delivered in Cresco at my residence near the first ward school house.—Danl. Wheeler. The finest line of Box Caudles ever shown in Cresco. Don't fail to see them. Mullen & Grobel. The Clarkson Bros., completed their 32nd year of ownership and manage ment of the State JRegister last Friday. Miss Louise Pecinovsky wi 11 spend the holidays in Sioux City with her sister Miss Mae who is there studying to be a trained nurse. Susan.—The pimples, sores and blackheads are danger signals. Take Rocky Mountain Tea, you'll give a farewell reception to your troubles. 35c. Dr. Wm. Connolly. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS FRIDAY & BOYS' SUITS 50 Boys' Suits, ages 3 to 9 years, well made and very stylish with little vests to match, prices range from $3 ft E|| to $4, special offering £luU Our better grades at $5 and up will be reduced for Aft this saie to the low price Misses Clara Rathart and Clara Thompson are expected home from Cedar Falls, Thursday, for the holi days. Ladies, Misses and Children's shoes in all styles, at the new department in the New Store of C. D. Nichols & Co. There will be a dance in the Gran ger hall on the evening of Dec. 27th. Good music furnished and every body invited. Cloeks at a big discount—Mantel clocks 25 to 50 per cent, discount wooden clocks at special bargain at Clemmer's. Fine candies, nuts, fruits of all kinds, apples of all kinds, eastern and south orn. I have a large stocK and can give as good bargains as can be found In the market.—Wm. Kellow Jr. Below we List a Few of the Many Different Things we Carry in StocK. CELLULOID NOVELTIES PRESENTS SILVEi WARE Remember we are Headquarters Silver wave, Sterling Silver Goc s, Watches and Clocks. Wo carry instrc as our standard the Wm. Rogers' Fc Plate Goods. The goeds are warranted good and will wear or many years. j.f. S1 -1 ,'r •7 1 S 98 A fancy box of Bon-Bons is a very appropriate and desirable Christmas gift—a swell line at Mullen & Grobel's Rev. C. A. Marshall went to McGregor last Saturday. He occupied the Congregational pulpit there Sun day.