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§£•'.''-". '•• ™ K tJ PPBB DEB MQ1KE8: ALQONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1898, $15,000 WORTH OFYMODULONC. HATS AND CAPS IB Prices. 11 NT 11111 Y RTH We are glving these bar e ains for GASH ONLY on account of being obliged to make some changes and an UI1IIL UULI UNI enlargement of our store room, The goods are in the way, and we have decided to close lout everything pos- sible before the 5th of July, Below we give a partial idea oi our stock and the prices we are making. 50 FINE Percale Waists HI/OH !12 to -K); |)rlciw$l, .$1.155, $l.;if», iinil $l,f)0, HAM<! 1'UIOI'!, 69 cents. jf'All ()tllOI % WIliHl.H o(|iwl!y dump. CLOTHING PRICES UPSET. Our entire .stock of 1,000 men's, boys' and children's suits, odd pants and vests now on sale at about the cost to manufacture. The most extraordinary clothing sale we have ever held or heard of. We quote a few prices: CIIOIOI'l NO. I. fid millnof cheviot lint) lIll.VCll K<""lM, Nl.rOtlff l||l- liIKH, well tlliuln; Hl/.i'H .'H l.o •!'.'. Ki'KHllH' Jirlno Jffi. »».»•;'. ' $j rn Huln prlco 4iOU OIIOK1K NO. '.!. M Hl.yli'H Htilt.H Htrlntly nll-ivnul, In (iliiln unit funny; Illl KOOI) Hl.ylnH, uiarpi'icoiti, ft?, ftc nn 8T.no. Siiio prlco.. OiuU Ul 101(31'! NO. .'I. HO HlyliiH Uvnoil clinuk |)||||I|H, olim'lot.H, muni- IIIIII'H HIlllH. Hlxu LESS Than Regular Prices. , ., IfH.fiO, »!).[)() jn nr Suloprleu ..... 0,00 0HOICK NO. -I. r>0 Hl.yloM or blank and funny W(irHt.ml — Scotch mixture, ilmitl mill trim- iiuiil IIH woll IIH any tailor imuld mitt,, In midtH anil frniikH, Hlsww IK) |.o -lij, run- nlur i>rlnn $l). $10, $11, »ia.jn:i,»i4. «n nr Salo prlco OiDU Carpets, Mattings, Draperies, L;ice Curtains, Window Shudes, Art Denims, Clicnilc and Tapestry Curtains, all will go at wholesale prices. Our entire stock of all-wool K K x> Ingrain Carpets at. 01101010 NO. 5. fit) HtyluH In boyH 1 lonu irnnlH Hiilt.H in H(J[«H from l~ to 1H yonrti: good jiat- toriiH, wull nuidu; rnpfnl'v iiricuH v^.no, $n. t>n nn Wl. Sulo prlco.... 4iUU CHOICIO NO. 0. ~K Htylos of IJOYH' loilif liuutmiltsis to iHyoarw, all wool fancy, tliubOHtlu tho house; rugulur prlco »7,98, jo, *io, $n nc Salo price DiOO CHOICE NO. 7. fiO ntyluH of boys' knoo pants nulls —good patterns, doulilu bruastod funny eius.sliiioi'OH, a/jos 0 to]4: reK"liir price UM, *u.r.o, *-i, jr.. $n n;Sale price L> >) J When Roland Reed 0 played "The Women Hater" he must have worn badly fitting, Ill-becoming clothes to put a man in such an unpleasant mood. For surely, with a stylish form-fitting suit, all men are on the best of terms with the fair, gentler sex, and it Is mutual on their sfde. No wearer of one of our new, better, "different" Spring and Summer Suits can become a Woman Hater—quite the contrary CHOICE NO. 8. DO Btyles of hoys' knee ]>ant Hults In veHteo or double breasted coats, good all wool best made, Hf-/,cH 5 to 14 years; regular price $4.r>0, $5.fiO and ifo.oo. go nn Sale price i),}),) 100 doz, men's and boys' Shirts in all styles and all colors; regular price, 50c, 75c, 85c, $1. Sale price, choice,,, 25 dozen Men's, Boys' and Children's Our Entire Lino of Ladies' AT Wholesale Prices, 50c, 75c, $], $1.50, $2.00, $2.60, etc. Hats The Famous Label of The Moke thtt'c Qutriatert. in black, brown, and tans; regular prices, $1.00, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. Sale price, 99C 500 YARDS VVorstod Dross Goods, all colors, stylos, and qualities, at tho manufacturers' cost prlcuM, Black fancy brocado, 40-inch.... All other dross goods in proportion. Plain anil Fancy Silks— 25o, Soo, 45c, 50c, 75o Handkerchiefs- s, Lacos, Emhroidorlos, Corsets, Hosiery, Dross Trimmings, Kid Gloves—25 PER CKNT, OFF FROM REGULAR PRICES, Prints, Ginghams, Lawns, Percales, Muslins, Outing Flannels, Sheet- ings, Towels, Table Linens, Napkins, etc., 20 per Gent. Less than Regular Prices. We show the largest Line of Ladies' Wrappers in the city, and the prices range at J1.35 GROCERIES. Sixteen Ibs granulated Sugar $1.00 Best Japan Tea 39 Good Coffees I2i Choice Coffee 20 Dried Fruits, per ib 5c, lOc, 12J 12 bars good soap for.. 25 Best Syrup 35c Climax or. Spearhead tobacco 40c Battle Ax plug 25c All ground spices 25c Best Lye 7c Best broom 25c Arm & Hammer soda. 7c 15O pair ladies' fine Vici Kid custom- made; regular sizes; retail , prices $2.50, $2.75, $3, and $0 A A ., ., $3.25. Sale price. 15O Pair ladies' fine Kid Shoes; 3 to 7; D and E width; regular prices $1.75, $2.00 and $2.25. Sale price 25 pair ladies' Kid alt sizes. Sale price. 2OO pair Ladies' Oxfords; tie. Your choice sizes ,50 .: ace :*l,25 Yours for trade and low prices, Children's Shoes VERY OHEAP-At 50c, 75c, 85c, $1.00. 5OO PAIR Men ' s and B °y s ' Shoes at ^^ Wholesal Prices. We have all styles, sizes, and widths. JNO. GOEDERS. The Jones Lever Binder A Machine of Unparalleled Popularity. Sales of March, 1898, more than double those of March, 1897. "W% .SE. TOIfcTElS, ALGONA, IOWA. MurUut. With tlio oloao of May opUoua in GUI- oago oyurythluif U)ok tv bly lumblo. Whout full 60 cwuU. Bugtt uud till pru- cluuo tiro ulT, WluU tho uuu'liot will bo iu u wuok uo ouu ituuwti. Oats uru uol wbovu iS oouu Ju Aiguuu, ouru S3, Tut! Chicago, Milwuvjkoo & St. Paul llallwuy ooiupmiy will soil excursion Uokots, auoouut of Trans-Mississippi oxjjosUtou, OuittUa, from June 1 to No- yuiubw 1, 1808, at ouo and ouo4hird nu-y for tho round trip, limiting- roturu ooupou 80 d|ij'« from data of sale.— llto . Sold SON. only by M. Z. GHOVK Four Mnu-eutlug Llows. A feature of the circus parade is the celebrated Wallace man-eating lions. Four ferocious brutes with a terrible history. Captured after hnving- laid waste a province. A present to the foreign agent of this show by the Akoond of Rujpontanun. The largest and most expensive animal den ever constructed contains these animals, and is open in the parade. This show will be in Algoim June 10. Mike Miller of the Boone Democrat is not going to let any free silver republican get anything if he can help it. He puts the cold steel under Horace Mann's fifth rih as follows: -'The Democrat has no objection to Mr. Mann being an aspirant and candidate for congress or any other otlice, for this is a right given him as a citizen of a free country where all men are born equal, but wo think that the gentleman is using bad taste in working the district in his own interest for a nomination. Wo believe that the ollico should seek tho man, and not the 'Mann 1 the office." He concludes: " Let the different county conventions select delegates to the congressional conventions, who will go unpledged and nominate a candidate who ails the bill, regardless of>hether or not he is seeking tho nomination." MONEY—On first mortgages. Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money—Geo. C. Call, Algona, Iowa. | go, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at the depot for 25 cents. These maps are published by Rand, McNally & Co., one of the most reliable map publishing houses in this country, and can be relied upon. An atlas such as this is indispensable if one desires to keep track of current events.—1113 THE Omaha exposition of 1898 beats the Centennial exposition, which occurred in Philadelphia in 1876, away out of sight, and is next to the World's Pair at Chicago in importance to the whole country. All of the states in the Trans-Mississippi region are interested, and a visit to Omaha during the continuance of the exposition, from June to October inclusive, is recommended to all. Buy your excursion tickets over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. An illustrated folder descript we of the exposition will be sent you on receipt of 2-cent stamp for postage. Address Geo. H. Heafford, general passenger agent, Chicago, 111.—Ilt2 USE Chase & Sanborn's coffee—tho cheapest coffee on the market. 46 OUR line of coffees cannot be excelled. M. Z. GROVE & SON. ASK to see Chase & Sanborn's 35-cent tea, equal to ordinary 50-cent. 46 FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. Au 4 women should strive to be beautiful. Beauty rules mankind. Rocky Mountain Tea brings a creamy-rich, blooming complexion. Ask your druggist. " A \VA« atlas with sixteen pages of colored maps in one book, containing new nud correct maps of Cuba, the Philippine islands, the \Ve»t Indies, North America, Europe, etc., each map 81x14 uioues, has just been issued and can be obtained from tuo »gent of tb.e Chlca- The program for the meeting of the North Iowa Veteran association, June 6 to 7, will be issued in a few days. Col. John Scott of Nevada, Ex-Gov. Carpenter of Fort Dodge, and a number of worthy comrades will deliver addresses. There will be any amount of music, vocal and instrumental, flag drills, recitations, etc. Altogether the program is a very interesting one, and old soldiers who come from a distance, and expect a good time, will not be disappointed. . 4.V We Want The Ladies to know that we are now more fully prepared than ever before to supply the wants they . may have in Fine Millinery Goods. The styles for "98 are pretty, indeed, and we can show you everything in the very latest. The safest plan is for you to call and see for yourself—we will assist you—we are sure we can please you in everything, not excepting the price. Matson & McCali DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. Pull assortment always outmudot drugs, med oines, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. Fine urniture, We have an elegant line of Bed Room Suits, Ladies' Desks, Book Gases, Buffets, Tabourettes, Extension Tables, Fancy Rockers, Diners, Kitchen Cabinets, Cupboards, Iron Beds, Sprinyv and Mattresses, Matting and Carpet- iny, Window Shades and Fixtures. Something uew In couches and bed springs Undertaking and eiubalmiuir. ^ Ju t.»- block «»« «nd tour blocks John Cronin, SHELLY & PETTIBONE, Head Stones, Monuments, MARBLE • S^See us before you contract.