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   Evening Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1902, Estherville, Iowa                                IceCram Soda FoDntajn Js now in running order and we can serve you at Wholesale and Retail Entered Marcfe seoondolattiinat Postoffioe nt under act of Cobarreaft of March Turning Point in the tailoring business is marked by the coming Orders for suits are generally more numerous at this time than at any other No man likes to appear in his winter clothes after We are preparing to meet all demands for high class made to measure Our display of new spring fabrics is comprehensive and prices are Opposite postofflce A F L O U R Gold Leaf First patent fcer Gold Leaf in 10 sack lots Fancy Straight per sack Fanck Straight in 10 sack lots per Bye white and yellow corn buck wheat and whole wheat at prices to cor For sale at Henry Rippe elevator on Burlington tracks and at the store of Miller and Agent Henry Rippe Elevator EUERY SACK CiUARAKTBBD TO THE PUBLIC I wish to call TO the fact that I do not advertise any certain articles at a reduc in as my whole stock is correspondingly as low as the lowest price on any certain are advertised at a stipulated price by my All I wish is to call attention to the public that I have been here for a short period of 5 months and have given thorough satisfaction to my patrons so far as their continued pationage and their good words for me to their I have bought a delivery wagon and will solicit orders every morning and deliver promptly to my city Highest market price paid either in cash or exchange for farm I make a spec ialty on seeds and vegetables for spring opening of garden Your patrotage solicited in all my Yours The 1 WALJL PAPER This is the season of the year when we sell a large amount of 51 per and If you need wall paper you will do well if you and see our stock of pat jterns and prices are very WILLIAMS ANDERSON 08EEN TRADING 02 O Oneyeairjiladvance Six months in Three months in by per 2M 40 The BVentng Tribune will be delivered by carriers to any part of the of ad vert iBlne made known upon ap plication at the AU Changes of advortisemonta must be handed in by 10 TBLBPHOHB Take a born available ttfany of of men who if the statistics were be found how 3reaobed sixty imd how A Contemptible Little Once upon a a contemptible little smelling of ooze and every thing that was unclean in the rtdump sought to annoy a reliable old wheelhorse by buzzing about his eyes and nose in imitation of the ways of the more respectable But somehow the reliable old wheelhorse seemea to show no sign of the coveted except now and then to raise his nose from his feeding as though he smelt something rotten in the Then the contemptible lit tle beginning to get mad because of the little notice taken of his Con temptible person and squeaked out as loud as his contempt ible little voice would permit Dont you hear you stupid old wheel horset Dont you hear me it was you I was it So nasty Whew I will go away at said the old beginning to trot Not without me you screamed the now thoroughly infuriated cpn temptible little as he lighted Up on the flank of the departing de termined to campaign it out with he might trot But the reliable old perceiving that the nasty smell was still around him some and feeling an itch ing place on his concluded that his enemy was still with and giv ing a little flick of his tail caught the contemptible little gnat with one hair of the All that he said And yon contemptible little betake yourself and your disgus ting smell into space and be heard of no He did And you con temptible little who have been so persistent in your the most scurrilous sheet that Emmet county ever bad to upon one of the editors of this but whom we have never before lowered ourselves to except as we have tried peace ably to get out of the way of your dis gusting which we and all other respectable persons of Estherville could not help you failure as an instructor of you debanoher of the morals of this com you procurer of gamblers and you blotch on the fair skin of all decent liar and you have been long seeking our opinion as to who and what you are and now you have be take yourself into and emell We shall notice you no many in proportion accomplised any thing for themselves or for the world the story would1 be a ghastly one of untimely ends or failures in On the other the vdst majority of those who atatt the conditions that I have mentioned live long and From their4 number come those who move the world and govern who are its masters in business en its leaders in the its statesmen and its men of thought and Chauncey Comments on the Proposed Garden life A Pa Mapl D D6ws B pids i who With to Imye letter at tho Tribute nice will be a very is a thing I would lika to mighty good thing I should is the best thing thought of for Estherville for a long was the biggest thing in the town I came It made living very cheap Council An adjourned meeting of the city council was held last On ac count of the atorm the members did not care to remain long and very little business was Bids for furnishing the coal for the power house for the coming year were opened but no action The bid of Lambe Lumber Company for furnishing white oak lumber for per thousand feet was accepted An adjournment was then taken until three ml today when the coal bids will again be taken U Mallard W W M Raymond Des Moines T MinneapolisF Cedar Rapids ILaJfterV Manning F P Clark P S Soo Falls J H Waterloo Fannie city O S Boyd F J Forest City F R Chicago F Davenport W la Fails J A Burlington O H ofigo D P StPaul CM Cedar Rapids J Des Moines GHowellf Detroit G A Ce dar Rapids W Chicago F E Chi cago A L Minneapolis Geo Denver G S Soo City H Des Moines W S Milwaukee P Chi cago E G EMMET A Windom M J St James Ed J Laheville E P Mason City W Chicago F A Armstrong A H Storm Lake J Storm Lake P Storm Lake H Manchester C city W S Cedar Rapids H J Haydon and Terril J W Sibley C H A Brad gate J E city L Des Moines T M Cedar Rapids S P WatertownM Qudmon Bricelyn F H St Paul J E Cedar Rapids J Cedar Rapids S Cedar Rapids F G Des Moines Mrs D G Adtims city I city Mrs tor nearly Enquire at this L0STMne Oliver Walthant Reward leave at Democrat JOHN FOR SALEFive Buff Coaohen chick this desirable residence in Estherville in exchange for 160 acres of land in Clay Ad drcssiLook The wife of one of the city officials of Estherville was in Armstrong last week and purchased a trim med Our millinery stores are strictly upto date and we are glad to know that the ladies of neighboring towns have found it Brother you mast be Can it truly be that the wife of one of the city of ficials of Estherville should go away from home to buy a bonnet when four milliners at home are offering eyery inducement to get her trade If Brother Faitipson will find out the name of the city official who would allow his better half to commit such a crime we will have him removed from office for ten The city official better hike right over to Armstrong and bribe the Journal editor or there is trouble flany Buildings Being With the advance of spring and the advent of favorable weather comes the first of the spring and autumu build Spring and summer building in Estherville is considerably different from what it has been in former especially as regards the extent building to be During spring and coming summer the largest amount of building in the history of the city will be this work is already The construction of residences in point of number takes first but also a number of other buildings will be put up or remodeled this It is said qn good authority that more than fifty dwelling houses are now in process of construction in does riot include all houses to be erected in the city this as work on some has not be gun while plans for many more ate be ing The building of residences not confined to any particular part of the but seems to be spread out in every Besides many new houses being put up many property owners have resolved to keep pace with the times and are accordingly re modeling their giving them the appearance of being entirely While the erection of residences is to be the largest there is to be con siderable activity in building in the business Rich Young Men The young man who is born rich is seriously handicapped for success in He hasnt the spur of and unless he is peculiarly trained and more than ordinarily organized he has little The world is too easy for Its temptations are about him on every side with bad habits which make him or laziness or idleness which makes him Of there are a few sous of rich men wbe have successes In but they are so exceptional their cases are very marked and re On the other by being born poor I do mean extreme Granted that with the advantages of the public schools the boys parents can give him a flrstolass education and then he has to make his own the spur of necessity will arouse every faculty which helps make With moderate success comes ambition and as his spheres of activity enlarge be acquires a sense of He Jearns the value of temperance and He knows by health and David Qillett After a lingering illness of several David Gillett died at the home of his in this city Friday morning at eight at the age of seventynine v David Jessup Giilett was born near March 29th At the age 17 his parents moved to Penn sylvania where he engaged in the bering In 1846 he was mar ried to Welthy Phelps at Pencf came west in 1855 and again en gaged in the lumbering business in Wbod when he came to Es where he resided one then going to Lost Island and taking a homestead where he lived un til he to Esther ville he has since He leaves a widow and two Mrs Orfa Sym of and two sis ters and three brothers living in Penn Funeral services will be held from the home of tomor row afternoon at two oclock and the remains interred in the Oak Hill v Woolcutt Divorce Case The Woolcutt divorce which has occupied so much time in the dis trict court both last term and was disposed of this morning by Judge An agreement was reached between the two parties yesterday and the judge decided it according to the The Jes sie Woolcutt is granted a divorce on her petition and an equal division is made of the property and also of the costs in the Woolcutt gets the home in this city and some money1 and Wooloutt gets the Minnesota The luibrney fees and costs in the case will reach upwards of A meeting of the directors of the the Emmet County Fair Association will beheld this At the Churches McLedd will preach in the Presbyterian church next Sunday at on Perennial At on Emulation of Good A cordial invitation is extended to alU Good singing at each There will be meet ing at the church Sunday morning for members to discuss the plans for the coming con vantion and the future work of the A full attendance of the membership is Services tomorrow at of will preach both morning and The Knowlton will take as his text for tomorrows services at Grace ohurchi And with what body do they Ils5i HAY WE Wll JSELL 10 CREMO CKfARS FOR JOHN HARPER CIGARS CIGARS 3 10 PALUSTERS KEY TROUBLE THAT LEADS TO I N S A N I T Y Results from constant straining of the It is necessary that you should investigate the condition of your eyes also that of your A slight refraction causes a const ant which results in head aches and Beware of traveling fakirs whose remedies simply aggrevate Have your eyes fitted by who never fails to All glasses guaranteed for one year and repaired free of Be con vinced by reading what others have to say TESTIMONIALS I can highly reoonupend au JOHN It affordVrae urreat pleasure to sny ttat I think Calri the king opti LAWBKNOB Gain fitted me with spectacles and i can highly recommend HUH Cain fitted with with eutlro Cniu fitted mo with ffjaMM and I am wonderfully pleased with ttte I take pleasure In recom mending as a good cMy little daughters eyes were in Houditlouthat she was compelled to quit After having Cain fit her with glasses she again resumea ner work and U now nearly An IB I am much pleased with the sneetaoleii purchased of Cain fitted mo with glanea and they are the best I have ever I take great comfort In reading with the Spectacles of They are the host I have ever We handle only reliable goods and do the finest qlook and jewelry repairing in the CAIN Leading Jeweler and Optician 9lbtice t On and after today my barber shop will be open every even ing until half past Roy Barntitn Pearson Bergsfp V f Dray We have put on the streets a new drav line and we ask the tor their General draying and transfering will be ly attended Moving n Prices Phone Leave orders at Emmet House Black and white of Has located our city aud has opened Conservatory of Music And is now ready to receive pu pils inVoice Thorough Orchestration ical Fugue Mus 1 STUDIO AT 5H North Sixth Your Sviit Will Tell Whether it is poorly made or and now that you have dropped your winter overcoat the Correct Suit Question i may bother If Jt we wish you would give us a chance to answer it for The FOR INFORMATtoN business and Opportunities for profitable invest merits in eluding The Tribune Lock Box H Carry A Complete Line of Park JDavis Nelson John Myth Searle Warners and c 3Elie Iiille8 preparation for prescription work and dispense what the doctors For Pure V Fresh Drugs Fine Fruit Tablets and up4odatestation ary go to the New Drug Oppoilte Gerberich Music All Kinds of Small v Sewing t Machines m Sheet Music an Instruction s t   

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