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Sioux City is about to give a grand
free fall Carnival to her natural trib
utary territory, and the railroads have
granted a one-fare rate for the round
trip during the carnival week October
4 to 9.
The program has been arranged as
Monday, October 4, will see a
grand reception of Mudje-Kee-Wis,
the merry monarch of Mondamin,
and 500 mounted braves by the may
or, city council, etc., and a d^y of
great hilarity is promised. Tuesday
will witness grand industrial parades,
with plenty of bands and fun. Wed
nesday is set aside as bicycle day,
when 2,000 cyclists are expected to
be in line, paraders, racers, etc.
Thursday will be ladies' day—with
the great floral parade, a day of flow
ers, and when beauty will reign su
preme. Friday, grand band tourna
ments and an evening of fireworks.
On Saturday this gala week will be
concluded with military, civic and
commercial parades, and the evening
will be known as "All Fools' Night,"
with merriment, fun and high jinks
The city will, we understand, be
brilliantly illuminated each evening,
and every visitor is given the free
dom of the town. Decoration, arch
es and bunting will literally turn the
town into a palace.
A very special feature will be the
dancing on the asphalt by electric
Subscribe for the
Harold Tuttle began school again
Ed. Barnes visited the school Tues
Russell Moberly visited our school
Leo Dewey was taken sick Thurs
day night, and is now suffering from
The botany class took a stroll
Monday evening, and gathered a
number of specimens for use in class.
Amy Greeue has given up her
course of study in our school. She
returned to her home in Fulda Sun
Did the journalist of the junior
class have a good time Saturday
night1? is all right, but such
is life. Too bad, Manning. You
have our sympathy.
The driver of the "horseless car
riage" at the fair last week is a fair
representative of the class of '96. The
other members of that class are near
ly all holding equally as good posi
Our school now has among its
freaks a word coiner. The latest
word to be given to the world by this
wonderful creature is "bikest." Oth
ers will follow. Just watch the high
school notes in the Herald.
The opportunity to attend the fair
last week was highly appreciated bv
the members of our school. Nearly
all attended one day or the other and
many both days. All had a line
time and are studying harder to
make up for the time spent.
Harley Chaffer's wheel arrived
Thursday afternoon. It was in fine
shape when it arrived, but now the
tires are almost played out on ac
count of fast riding. The vegetation
along the lake snore has been severe
ly scorched, and it is feared that it
will all die. The junior class is to be
congratulated on its acquisition of a
winner for next field day.
The class in chemistry made a trip
to the roof Monday evening to per
form P.n experiment. While decend
ing a flight of stairs that would only
bear the weight of about 40 good
sized men, one of th girls suddenly
imagined that the stairs were going
down, and gave vent to her emotions
by shouts that would have done cred
it to a Sioux chief. She was alone
REWIRES NO COOKING.
HAKES COLLARS AND GUFFS STIFF AMI MICE
AS WHEI FIRST BOUGHT NEW.
ONE POUND OE THIS STARCH WILL GD
OF ANY OTHER. STARCH*
BLASTiu 31 iivim lias ueen betore the people of the United States for twenty-three y^rs
and is without doubt the greatest starch invention of the Nnitecnth Ceutury.Last year its sales
reached the unprecented number of twenty million packages. It ia prepared upon sclentinc
principles by men who have had years of practical experience in fancy launiirying.lt makes iron
lug easy.restores old summer dresses to their natural whiteness,and imparts to linen a beautiful
and lasting tiiiish.lt is the only starch manufactured that is perfectly harmless,containing neith
er,arsenic,alum or any other substance injurious to linen,and can be used even for baby powder
For the Nashville, Tennessee Expo
sition, to be held at Nashville, Tenn.
May 1st to OctoDer 1st, 1897, the C.
St.P. M. & O. Ry., will sell excursion
tickets to that point May 15th to Oct
ober 15th,good for continous passage
each way with a final limit until Nov
ember 17th, 1897, for $40.65, for the
round trip. G. MORRISON
Card of Thanks.
To the many kind friends and
neighbors who so kindly rendered as
sistence during the sickness and
death of my husband, I desire to re
turn heartfelt thanks.
MRS. ALICE EDGAR.
Stands at the Head.
Aug. J* Bogel, the leading druggist
of Shreveport, la., says: "Dr. King's
New Discovery is the only thing that
cures my cough, and it is the best
seller I have." J. F. Campbell, mer
dhant of 8afford, Ariz., writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery is all that is
claimed for it it never fails, and is a
sure cure for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds. I cannot say enough for
its merits." Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds is not an experiment. It has
been tried for a quarter of a century,
and today stands at the head. It nev
er disappoints. Free trial bottles at
RAY HUMISTON'S Drug Store.
For Sale or Exchange.
A first class residenee property in
Worthington. Will sell cheap for
cash, or will exchange for land, or
store building. For further particu
lars address, P. O. Box. 631 Mar
shall, Minn. 8-3
Bucklin's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world
Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ulsers,
Bruises. Sores, Ulsers, sa
Rheum, Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and Skin
Eruptions^ and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteep
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded Price 25 cents per box.
For sale oy Ray Humiston Druggist
As I am about to remove from th
farm I offer for sale my herd of nin
teen cows. Most of them to give milk
all winter. WM. N. LEONARD.
Sec. 24. Seward township. 5 4
Electric Biiters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erallv needed, when the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tpnic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious feAers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and free
ing the system from malarial poison.
Headache, Indgiestion, Constipation,
Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. 50
cents and $1 00 per bottle at RAY
HUMISTON'S Drug Store.
On my farm on Section 26, Lorain
township, a cow. Owner call, pay
charges and take her away.
5 3 R. HANSON.
AUSTIN, MINI*., Aug. 13, 1894.
To WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN: This
Js to certify that 1 have used Hazle's
Headache Capsules, with beneficial re
sults, for headache and neuralgia.They
are perfectly harmless, containing no
opiates of any description,and I would
cheerfully rccommend them to any per
son suffering from either of the above
troubles. Yonra, 43
C. H. JOHNSON, M. D.
Parties having stock, machin
ery, household goods or anything
to sell at Quqtion and wanting to
get the most money out of them,
should st •.
County and City Auctioneer,
A GRAND SUCCESS.
The Couuty Fair Breaks All
Previous Records in Weather,
Attendance, Finances and
The fair this year was a grand suc
cess in all lines, beiug fortunate iu
iiaviug beautiful weather each day of
the fair. This enabled the people to
attend and show their appreciation
of the efforts made by the manage
ment to hold a successful fair.
The fairs are invaluable, and in
many ways assist iu the settlement of
the county with industrious and re
liable farmers. The fertility of the
soil is shown by the abundant growth
of thrifty and hardy products which
are on exhibition. These displays
bring forth au exchange of ideas
among the farmers as to the most
successful methods used iu cultivat
ug their products to obtaiu the best
osuLd, not only iu the vegetable and
^ru.ii liues, but also iu raising stock
iiid the methods employed iu reaiiz
ug the most money from the farm.
The attendance the last day ex
ceeded the previous one by fully 500
The sports began after dinner and
coutiuued as fast as possiole uutil
The first was a half mile opeu bi
cycle race.' It w«js won by Leon
Keever with Faank Pepple, Russell1
Moberly and Otto Smeezer following
in the order named. Time 1:25£.
Farmer boys' half mile bicycle
race. Ray Ager won with L. Long,
W. Agar, Bob Black and John Klaus
following in the order named Time
Mile open bicycle race. Leon Mc
Keever won with Russell Moberly,
Otto Smeezer aud Vere Hurlbert fol
lowing iu the order named. Time
Hundred yard foot race. Bert Fu
qua won with Julius Frahm, Archie
Moberly and Russell Moberly follow
ing in the order named. Time 11
Four-legged race. Bert Fuqua, C.
E. Blish and Archie Moberly as one
team, W. Ager, R. Ager and T. Ox*
ford as another the former team
winning in a 50 yard run. Time ten
Boys under 14 foot race. Geo.
Naylor won with Arthur Pannell aud
Bert Forbes following in the order
The running broad jump was won
by Bert Fuqua, Fred Fake second.
The running high jumjj was won
bv Bert Fuqua with Archie Moberly
and Julius Frahm following in the
order named. Height 4 feet 9 inches.
The slow bicycle race was won by
Jet Smallwood, Russell Moberly sec
The half mile foot race was won by
Bert Fuqua, Arthur Boddy second.
Free for all trot or pace for a purse
Tompky, G. C. Thomas... ...1
Yulo P, W.E. Deyoe... 3
Billy, H. W. Hamilton 2
Whiskers, C. Davis 4
Time 2:34,2:27$, 2:23.
Half mile runniug race. Pet
liugrace. ret Billy
won with Topsy, Fanny, Sundown
and Maud Camp'bell following in the
order named. Time 55, 54.
2:40 trot or pace.
Lady Wilkes, Bloom Bros....2
Grayo, W. H. Thompson.... .3
Lady Det, W. D. Deyoe 4
Nancy V, G. C. Thomas..... .1
Time 2:38, 2:31£, 2:34.
Mile running race. Viola Guild
won with Diamond Dick, Fly, Gray
Duke and Hickory Jack following in
the order named. Time 1:47J.
Leon McKeever rode a mile on
bicycle paced by Jas. Ramage, Rus
sell Moberly and Frank Pepple iu
2:22, the fastest time ever made on
In the iast heat of the free for all
race G. C. Thomas was run into by
Bloom, after being called back by
the starter, tipping over the formers
sulky and throwing^ the driver from
his seat, slightly injuring him about
the head, so that he was unable to
drive in the next race.
The horseless wagon drawn by
mule drove onto the ground display
ing the banner, "There are others,"
creating great amusement,
Judges Durfee, Lear and Boyle
and Starter Crandall gave decided
satisfaction to the spectators, horse
owners and drivers.
J. R. Dewey acted as measurer in
the pony race, and did not take part
in the races this year. There were
many inquiries as to why he was not
out on the track, which shows that he
has many admirers and that he was
greatly missed by those who enjoy
seeing him in the sport. From what
we learn', he fitted nis horses for oth
er premiums, which he obtained.
The balloon went up about three
o'clock, to quite a height and in the
direction of the lake which caused
ths aeronaut to let go with his para
chute, which let him down gently
within a few feet of the water. The
exhibition was a success and gave
universal satisfaction to the spectat
ors, many of whom rushed to the lake
to see if he went in.
The receipts from all sources were
in the neighborhood of over $800,
which will enable the association to
pay all obligations and have a little
left for another year.
What is Cat?
Why, prices it the Lltch
Held Woolen Mills are eat
right la two. Jast see here
Boll carding, 5e per lb.
Spinning single yam, 15e per lk.
king jm, 2ttSp 1) ICr 11
Other goods la proportion.• Bead lor our
prices on wool in exehaage for Blankets, Flan,
oels, ^arns ood Cassimeres.
H. Klausen, Proprietor.
WORTHINGTON ADVANCE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1897
The Following Parties Received
the Amouut of Premiums Giv
Amanda Anderson doll .quilt. $ 50
Wilson Ager, best collection of
vegetables, Advance, 1-2 bu.
sweet corn 50, Hubbard squash
50, Marble head squash 25,
beets 50, mangle wurtzels 25,
parsnips 50. radishes 50, ruta
bagas 50 3 50
Chas. Blish, Brahmas 50, Ply
mouth Rock 25, Bantam 25, Leg
horn 25, Pekin ducks, 50, yellow
dent corn 1.00, best collection of
poultry. Farm, Stock and Home 2 75
Otto Berreau, table cover 25, croch
et toilet set 25, gentleman's knit
necktie 25, baby's knit hood 50,
boy's Tam O'Shanter. 25, doilie
75, lace work 50, cross stitch pa
tem 25, letter case 50, braided
rug 25,crazy rug 25, diamond rug
50, crab apple jelly 25, crochet
collar 50 5 25
yr-old buck 3
Beokley, peppers 25, musk
melon 75, beets 25, ground cher
ries 50, cauliflower 25, squash 25,
sugar beets 25, sweet potatoes 25,2 75
Mrs RH Belknap, cocoanutcake 25,
brown bread 25,sweet corn 25.... 75
Mrs S Belknap, aged 83, worst
ed quilt 25
Miss Brewer, silk embroidery 50,
childs embroidered skirt 50 1 00
Mrs S Blair, canned prunes 25,
peach pickles 25, plum butter 50,
canned plums 2£j, currant preser
ves 50, water melon preserves 50,
canned pears 50, doilie 50, gown
yoke 50, cut out work 50, fire
screen 50, quilt 50..... 5 25
Effie Blair, pencil drawing 50, fess
Mrs Boardman, lace 50
Mrs Crever, bread 50, cherry pre
serves 50, verbenas 50, embriod
ery 50, lace work 50, doilies 50,
drawn work 25 3 25
Crever, peppers 50, cauliflower
50, tomatoes 75, potatoes 50, on
ions 50... 2 75
Cong Ladies Aid Society, Afghan.
Mrs Fred Childs, doilies 25, em
broidery 50 75
Crandall, roadster stallion 2.00,
stallion any age 3.00.. 5 00
Mrs E Darling, squash 50, cheese
1.00 'i 1 50
Dewey, roadster team 1 00
Mary Drost, rug 25, tidy 50, cushion
25 ,...i oo
Geo Darby, four premiums on
chickens.. 1 50
MrsG SDean, bread............. 25
S Dean, cow: oo
Chas Erwin, pop corn 25
Mrs Jos Ferstenberg, quilt 50
W Fuqua, collection of Veget
ables 2.00, potatoes 25, onions50,
beans 50, Cabbage 25, three kinds
of squash 1.50, pumpkins 50, cu
cumbers 25, radiates 25 6 00
Ferval, work basket 50
Mrs W Fuqna, hose 1,00, cushion
50....... 1 50
Mrs Carrie Graves, preserves 50,
O Grundsten, apples 50
Green, Jelly 75, jam 25, plum
Butter 25, spiced plums 50, quilt
Geo Hurt, roadster team 2.00, filly
1.00 -3 00
Mrs E Hastings, plants 2 00
W Howard, ground cherries 25,
sugar beets 50, carrots 50, rye 50,
Mrs A Hedberg, pickles and pre
A Hactor, two fillies 4.00, best dis
play sheep 3.00, lambs and weath
ers 6.00, beans 50 13 50
Mrs Hansberger, oil painting.2 00
Hardow, plums 50
Mrs Johnson, handkerchief 50,
pillow shams 50, night dress 25,
three cushions 1.25 2 50
Anna Johnson, oil painting l.oo,
S Kindland, chickens .1 00
Peter Klaus, cow 3 years and over
3.00, heifer year 2.00, heifer un
der 1 year 2.00, cow any age 3.00,
call under 1 year 4.00, bull any
age 4.00, filly 1.00, colt 2.00, grain
Mrs Lyons, pickles 50, jelly
75, catsup 50, vinegar 25, plums
50 2 50
Leonard, pop corn 50, bull 3.00,
calf under 1 year 3.00 6 50
Nellie Lyons, splasher 50
Burr Ludlow, bucks 5.00, chickens
1.00, best display apples l.oo,
best display of fruits 2.00'fruit ex
hibits 7.25 .....16 25
Mrs W Moberly, jelly 75, apple
butter 50 25
Mrs Geo Millar, beans 25, cucum
bers 50 parsley 25, paper flowers
25, wreath 1 75
Mrs Maher, wreath. 50
Mrs W E
pickles 25, peats
50, muskmelon 50, sauce 50, jelly
1.50, peaches 50, ebibroidery 50,
handkerchief 25, crochet 50 5 00
W McBride, carrage team 1 00
Gust Nystrom, potatoes l.oo, oats
50.... 1 50
Mary Nelson, throw.... 50
heifere 6.50, palf 2-00, boars 3.oo,
E a a
Jti^Wi&Wf £*& t*\a q1 »*&?'&£M^ n't* %iV ^rfWtfc. ^t«T ij. 3r& feW''' 1 & A- f«ri"iit#i
Mrs E Porter, cherries 50, jellv
50, jam 50 1 50
S Robinson,'stallion any age
5.00, stallion* 2 years 3.00 8 00
Mrs John Ronan, quilt. 25
Runyon, bull 4.00, cow7.00.. .11 00
Mrs W Rend, sweet potatoes 50,
sweet corn 50. pie plant 50,
50, mittens 25.1 2 25
John Ramage, wheat. 50
Jennie Stoutemyer, cake 50
Mrs Gus Swanberg, rug .2 00
Mrs Sephenson, 62years, mittens.
Mrs Sarah Scott, butter 2.00, cuke
50, apples 25, gooseberries
rants 50, plums 50, blackberries
25, red raspberries 50, onion sets
25, paper flowers 50 5 75
John Scott, clover seed 50, squash
25, pumpkin 25 oo
Chas Saxon, buck under
1 year 1.50,
buck any breed 1.50, watermelon
50, plums 25 3 75
Mrs E E Salmon, exhibits of cann
ed plums, peaches, berries,
grapes, jelly, etc .4 25
E W Sinnettpen drawing... 50
Severauce, Cabbage 50, Carrots
25, parsnips 25, parsley 50, pump
kins 50, Onions 25 2
August Swanson, heifer 1.00, ducks
Mrs Shell, pillow 50, center piece
25, scarf 50, lunch cloth 25 1 50
Winnifred Shell, pillow 25
W E Stoutemyer, squash 50, beets
50, wortzels 50, pumpkins 50.. .i. .2
Nettie Stoutemyer, angel food 50,
Center piece 25
Wtn Thompson, stallion 3 years old
and over 10
Mrs E S Terry, preserves 50, corn
E A Tripp, boars 6.00, sows 6.00,
geese 50, chickens 50, Farm
Stock and Home, Worthington
Globe, Adrian Guardian,Kinbrae
Herald 13 00
Florance Webb, quilt. 1 00
Edna W elton, drawn work 50
Young, pumpkins 25, cheese
2.00 2 25
Yeske filly 2 00
Following are the names of the
horses, owners and amount each won
in the races:
3 MINUTE TROT, PURSE $70.
Nancy V, Van Eaton, R. R'p'd's.$35.00
Johnnie, Jas. Smith, Slavton.. -17.50
Gov. Brown, Ed Cooper, Adrian 10.50
Lady Det, Deyoe, Worthington 7.00
RUNNING RACE, PURSE $40.
Viola Guild, Collenbaugh, RR.$26.00
Kitty, Kinsley, Springfield 10.00
Brown Harry, Belknap, Worth. 4.00
PONY RUNNING RACE, PURSE $25.
Pet, Jas. Smith, Slayton...... .$16.25
Billy, Henry*Miller, Rusihmore. 6.25
Topay, F. Peron, Tipton, Ia... 2.50
2:40 TROT OR PACE, PURSE $76.
Nancy V, Van Eaton, R. R'p'd's.$38.00
Lady Wilkes, Keuis, Adrian... 19.00
Gayo, Wm. Thompson,Adrian. 11.40
Lady Det, Deyoe, Worthington 7.60
MILE RUNNING RACE, PURSE $50
Viola Guild, Collenbaugh, R.$32.50
Diamond Dick, Shea, Spr'gf'ld. 12.50
Fly, Wm. Gent, Springfield... 5.00
FREE FOR ALL TROT, POTSE $95.
Tompky, Thomas, Lake Park. .$47.50
Yulo P, Deyoe, Worthington... 23.75
Billy, Hamilton, Ocheydau.... 14.25
Whiskers, Davis, Adrian 9 50
The financial results of the fair are
not complete, but, up to date, they
stand as follows:
State Fund 206.09
Race Purses $366.00
Indebtedness and Interest....
Labor on Grounds
TrIE DrtEADED COMSU MPTI0 N
CAN BE CURED.
T. A. Slccum, 11. C., the Great Chemist and
Scientist, will Send Free,to the Afflicted,
Three Bottles of His Newly Discover
ed remedies to Core Consump
tion and all Lung Troubles.
Confident ihit lir- lias discovered a
reliable cure lor consumption and all
bronchial, throat and lung diseases,
general decline and weakness, loss of
flesh and all conditions of wasting, and
to make its great merits known, he
will send free, three bottles to any
reader of the ADVANCE who may be
Already this "new scientific course
of medicine" has permanently cured
thousands of apparently hopeless
The Doctor considers it his religi
ous duty—a duty which he owes to hu
manity—to donate his infallible cure.
He lias proved the dreaded consump
tion to be a curable disease beyond any
doubt, and has on file in his American
and European laboratories testimon
ial of experience from those benefited
and cared, in all parts of the world.
Don't delay until it is too late. Con
sumption, unfnterupted, means speedy
and certain death. Address T. A.
Slocum, M. C., 98 Pine street, New
York, and when writing the Doctor,
please give express and postoffice ad
dress, and also mention reading this
article in the
Both Men and Women. If you are will
ingto work/we can give you employment with
Uood Pay, and you can work all or part time,
and at home or traveling. The work is light
and easy. Write at once for terms, etc. to
The Hawks Nursery Company,
i^' fSt "*-4"
Is rarely the fault of children. They
can't help it, because of the Weakness
that causes it, and they are too young
to exercise the will-power of a grown
person to arise out of sleep when
troubled with irritable bladder or
Parents can help and prevent it, so
they tell us in their letters, because it
I tried a srimple box of Hobbs Sparagus Kid
ney rills, wliicb I got at Torbert's drug store,
and treated iuy boy. about six years old, who
has had kidnev troubles. He has derived great
benefit from the pills, and I believe the contin
uous use of the pills for a short period of lime,
will ultimately result in his remanent cure.
I think they are a most wonderful pill. My
boy's troubie, as the doctors call it, is inconti
nence of the urine. A. C. HALLER, Dubuque, Ia.
Sparagus Kidney Pills.
HOBBS REMEDY CO., PROPRIETORS. CHICAGO.
Dr. Hobbs Pills For Sale in WORTHINGTON,
MINN., by RAY HUMISTON. Dnjscist.
Haying Is ovci'i'or this year.
Corn crop will be light owing to poor stand.
J.E. Wilkenson grew ripe pumpkins fnun
seed planted June 22nd.
0. Wilkinson expects to put a. stoue wall und
er liis barn.
1'. 11 Darling has just finished a stone cellar.
.1. A. Darling is about to commence to put a
stone cellar under his house.
Mr. Frost is threshing this week. John .lay
is the thresher.
The milk route is getting pretty slim.
A herd of steers bound for Cherokee from
Tracy, consisting of Us head which cost the
owner an average of $28,stopped in lilk Sunday
The supervisors of this town have appointed
John H. Scott weed agent, There are a few
Russian thistles in the north-east corner of the
town and possibly a very few in some other
places. The supervisors are trying to do their
duty in the matter of preventing the spread of
the pest and the extermination if possible.
Theodore Cramer is threshing for the Mil
ton's this week. Some pieces of grain yield
well, and some very poorly. Mr. Milton had a
piece of barley that yielded 38 bushels per aere.
learned the other day that our neighbor,
Lewis Johnson, lost a stack of hay lately by
lire supposed to have been set on tire by light
ning. No insurance,
I notice that neighbor Kuster is turning over
the sod on the Gowin farm. The land has been
in grass for good many years, and needs a
change. A crop of green clover turned under
would be a fine thing for land of that kind-laud
which has been cropped for twenty years and
nothing in the shape of fertilizers returned to it
A brother aud niece of Mons Sorem, who
have been visiting here for a few weeks, return
ed home last week. In Grundy couuty Illinois
where Mr. Sorem lives, land is worth from $75.
to $100 an acre, and the rent charged is propor
tioned to the valuation of the land. Mr. Sorem
tells me that a quarter section of land wili rent
for as much as $700 a year cash. Very nice for
the owners of the land, but. the wonder is what
becomes of the renter.
Miss Bessie Nicol of Miford, Ia. is visiting
with H. R. Tripp's.
Mrs.Seely's mother who has been visiting her
for some time, returned to her home In Wiscon
Ole Dalil has retuned from the south, win re
he has been for the last two months.
Rev, Carter preached near Indian Lake Sun
Mrs. Edwards returned from Rock Rapids Ia.
Saturday, where she lias been visiting her
A number of the Round Lake people attenden
the fair at Worthington last week.
Rev. Carter drove to Lake Park, Friday.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
COUNTY OF NOBLES.
THE STATE OF MINNESOTA, To the Sher
iff, or any Constable of said Couuty:
You are hereby commanded to summon
Charles F. Smith the Defendant herein, if he
shall be found in your Conuty, to be and appear
before the undersigned, one of the Justices of
the Peace in and for said county, on the 8th day
of October A. D.
1897, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon of said day, at my office in the Village of
Worthington In said County, to answer to the
complaint of E. F. Buclian Plaintiff, in a civil
action, wherein the Plaintiff claim the sum of
fifty Dollars (•50.00-100), with interest thereon
from the first day of June 1891, at the rate of ten
per cent per annum and have you then and
there this writ.
Given under my hand and dated this 13th day
of September, A. 1). Ife97.
C. W. HILDRETH,
Justice of the Peace.
Your home incomplete without
Family "Medicine Chest
Alwass ready for use.
A doctor in case of emergency. A drug store
at home. Just when you want it the most. All
drugs guaranteed absolutely pure and to ac
complish all that is claimed for tliein.
A sure cure for headache. Earache. Cramps,
Indigestion, Toothache, Neuralgia. Colic, Con
stipation. An instautaneous relief for Coughs,
Colds, Sore Throat, and Croup iu children. A
positive cure lor Corns aud Bunions. An in
valuable remedy for Sprains. Cuts, Burns and
Scalds, Diarrhoea Cure. Package of Court
Piaster. Also valuadfe formulas for the treat
ment of the Blood, Rheumatism, the Kidneys,
and all Female Complaints.
These formulas have been seured from Dr. D.
A. Lewis, a well-known, reputable New York
physician from them you can prepare your
own medicine and CURE YOURSELF.
Te Duplicate the contents of
Gilk's Family Medicine Cliest
would cost you *5.00 at an
We send it to you, prepal
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Will last a family of five three to six months.
A written guarantee with every chest. SAVES
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OUiceover li. E. Torrance's Store.
Attorney at Law.
"Ik-- »ver Bank of Wortliiugtou.
Attorney at Law.
'itH'e 1st door south of Worthington Hotel.
Attorney at Law.
•nice over li. E. Torrance's store.
Attorney at Law.
Real Instate and Loans.
JlliRON LAKE, MINN.
Physician ana Surgeon.
Residence cor. 10th street and 6th
ave., two blocks aboveCourt House.
Office in G. A. K. block.
jjn. ,J. N. GOULD,
Hliee at Western llouse.
M. PALM & SON,
We use the most improved methods
ind guarantee satisfaction in all cases.
N ight calls receive prompt attention.
I^IIKI) D. BROWN,
Livery and Sale Stable.
uiitiftcted with the Lake View Hotel.
ltigs of all kinds for hire.
A. N. CIIEXEY,
Office iu Torrance Block.
A.I home every.Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
Physician and Surgeon.
11 lllice over W. 8. Lewis' store.
Ir. Curran—residence on Uth street. 2d door
.loi tnwest of congregational church.
J. N. HOLBROOK Cries more sales
and obtains the best prices oil
goods .sold at Auction. If you
vvant to sell your goods at Auc
tion, Address J. N.
S. A. Hildreth,
Bath room in connection. Base
ment of Minnesota Loan and Trust
Co.'s building, Worthington, Minn.
Kaiser & Thompson,
Successors to F. Hansberger.
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and Poultry in Season
Game in Season.
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"Traders" of ChicaKo,
wiite LiieJiisurancein the Bankers Life As
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from Europe on all
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supplies. Farm Insurance and
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