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PTTJJl.TSnKr WBIKIT AT
WOKTUINViTON. NOBLES COUNTY. MINN.
""TIIUKSDAY. NOYFM1WK, 27. 1890.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE Or TRAINS
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Arrives at Wor'hfttgton at l-.w
12:10 p. nr.
1 -.00 p. in
School supplies cheap at
Mrs. Gilbert Anderson
Thanksgiving at Sioux Falls.
Miss Carrie Curie is in Worthington
Visiting her .sister, Mrs- King.
Mia. J. H. Johnson returned home
froui Illinois, last sat uiuay.
Mrs. Dr. Kenyon, returned on Satur
day, from Minneapolis, where she had
been visiting friends.
Thanksgiving services at the Pres
byterim church to iy at'.10:45 o'clock
Rev! F. L. Fisk will preach the ser
Give us a chance to figure on your
lumber bills, we will use you right.
A Iv AGON LUMBER CO.
til DIE 1st.
sale at Mrs. Paisley's un-
Sheriff Anderson has renovated and
refuted h's restaurant and confection
ery store, lie has a fresh supply of
candies and fruits at his old stain*.
Worthington last Monday,
lie put in
tine ne*v clock in the Worthington
Clearance sale at Mrs. Paisley un
till Tec. 1st.
Mrs. It. W. Moberly, of this place,
was at I jtiverne wisning her sistei,
Mrs. 11. Goodale last week.
The Trades' Carnival at Worthing
ton Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
!s siw»ken of by the papers, ss
being something grand. Worthington
isn't slow.—Heron Lake News.
A new and handsome advertising
iu the Worthing
ton Hotel,4 wit h.the business cards of
li number of Worthington firmB iu a
revolving frame. The clock is a very
fine one, and is under the care of C. W.
D. Holmes, of Worthington, the
well-known Sunday school missionary,
was in town Saturday making prepara
lions for the forthcomirg Sunday
school convention in this place. Lu
Rev. William 15rown of Worthington,
will lecture on his experience in An
December 4th and 5lh.—Jackson lte
Worthington would like to hear Rev.
Mr. iJrowu on his prison experiences,
Rev. S. Anderson, has returned from
Mankato, where he attended the Swed
-tai. i.MHioruii \ibutiouConference. lie
imports everything lookiug prosperous
The sidewalk boom still continues
Main street is now one the finest
streets in the county. Major Tbnrber
gave it his personal attention, and the
result is wide, comfortable walks on
which the pedestrian may move with
ease aud security.
Phi! J. Howard, of this county, and
y.isa Eva M. Long, of Nobles county,
were united in marriage by Rev. O.
Williamsfat the Methodist parsonage
in this place last Wednesday afternoon
Thos. Brown, of Ewington, was in
town last week. He is engaged in buy
ing hay, baling and sipping it. He re
ports prices good. He is now receiv
ing $5 00 per ton on board cars."
Mr. M. Cosgrove of Avoca, Murray
county, came to Worthington on
Saturday to accompany the remains of
his sister, Miss Lizzie Cosgrove, to
their final resting placeat Apple River,
DIED —At The Western House in
Worthington, Miss Lizzie Cosgrove,
ag^d 37 years. She was born at Apple
River, Ills., and was taken there for
interment Nov. 2Srd. She was a rcsi
deutif Wortblngtcu for 11 years.
I its of Labor iiHve*
room in the old scliool building, I
Dr. Crifcler left last Monday
Jackson, on professional business.
D. Rohrer, Esq., left on Monday for
St. to try a case in the court in
session at that place.
The Mill Company is building anew
cnb for storing its purchases of corn
thtongli the season.
J. P. Moulton is building a commo
dious and handsome barn on his real
dence lot in the Clary Addition.
Mrs. F. F. Clifford, daughter of Rev.
Wm. Brown, arrived here on Saturday
last to make her parents.a visit.
Dr. Kenyon says a little girl made
gl«d lh* hearts ol Mr. and Mrs. Glas
gow last Tuesday.
Mr. Howard II id lock, of Curtis,
^eb a cousin of Miss Kittie Dow,
was in town Tuesday.
Mr. II. D. Rundle, from Illinois, who
is pressing hay in this county,
the ADVANCE this week.
M. E. Lawton, has resigned his posi
tion as traveling "salesman for Fair
hanks, Morse •& Co. of St. Paul, t'j take
effect Dec. 1st.
Oregon Cedir Shingles are the best
Call and see them.
N^MAKAGON LUMBER Co
Mr. II. J. Ludlow is boring a well on
his lot in this place. When 88 fet
down he struck a vein of good water.
The German Lutheran society will
occupy the Swedish Lutheran chuich
for service every Sunday afternoon at
Mr. S. M.li?, Ex-Auditrr cf
Nobles county, but now of Ilamline,
ilfinn., is hero on a business visit for
a few days.
Our Ice House Lumber is nearly
gone, come and secure what you want,
before some one gets ahead of you
NEMAKAOON LUMBER CO
Mr. F. D. Reed, of the Worthington
Bank has been kept tohisroomby
eknosa for several days, hut will soon
be at hi place of business again.
Mrs. E. L. Wemple, has been qnile
ill for some time at her home iu Rush
more, but we are glad to learn that
she is recovering and will soon be able
to leave the sick room.
The members of the Stoddard Post
G. A. R. are requested to be at the
Post meeting on Saturday Dec. 6th
The annual election of officers will take
place on that evening.
Hon. J. P. Moulton has sold his farm
two miles west of the village to Mr.
Chaffer, of Washington, 111., and has
moved into the house formerly occu
pied by Mr. Dayton in the Clary Addi
The Senior Vice Commander of the
G. A. .National Encampment, Ricl
ard F. Tobin, died suddenly in Boston
and was buried with military honors
on Wednesday of this week.
The Master Machanic, General Road
master and Superintendent of the Tur
lington, Cedar Rapids & Northern rail
road were here Monday with their
special car looking after the road and
especially that part where the rail was
C. O. Dailev came over from Wor
thington Wednesday morning and re
turned home on the evening train.
Chris, wears a large smile, probably
because he was elected County Attor
ney for another two years.—Ellsworth
John Ilansberger. of Worthington,
came over on the 4:33 p, train Tues
day and went from here to Rock
Rapids. Mr. Ilansberger is one of
the solid men ot Nobles county
Then? will be preaching service in
the Adventist hall Thursday evening
voted the Republican ticket and fought
for it.—Luverne Herald.
The German Lutherans ofthisviclt
ity are taking the prelimanry steps to
organize a German Lutheran church
and to maintain regular services
They will occupy the Swedish church
on alternate Sunday afternoons. Rev.
Mr.Geiser is the pastor in charge of
the German branch of the Lutheran
Marshal Covey got word last Satur
day that a man was on the way to
Worthington who had stolen a ticket
from a man in Sioux City. The marsh
al found his man and held him until
he could hear from Sioux City. Ou
Monday Covey got word to let the fel
low go, as it was out of this state
where the thett was commTtteavan-j it
would be cheaper to drive him out of
town, which was done.
What 1MI and Edison are to the tel'
ephone and electricity says the Pitts
burgh News, Dr. Frankln Miles the
well known specialist in nervous dis
eases, is to the nervous system and
nerve fluid. Among his numerous dis
coveries his Restoative Nervine is un
doubtedly one of the greatest. It is
ursurpossed in nervousness, dyspepsia,
headache, epilepsy, neuralgia, back
ache, melanchally, sleeplessness,
change of life etc etc. Free trial hot
ties may had of C. W. SMITH, Drug
gist, and also Dr. Miles new book on
"New and Startling Facts" for the
afflicted. Every one shonld read this
very interesting, instructive, aud line
ly illustrated book.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to thank onr many friends
for their kindness and assistance ren
dered during the illness and death of
our sister, Miss Lizzie Cosgrove.
A. O. U. W.
This is notice lo 'lie members of
Worthington Lolge No. 6", A. O. U.
W. that next Friday even'ng, Nov. 21,
will be election of officers, all members
are urged to be vres'nt.
E. F. BUCIIAN, Recorder.
COMMITTED WITHOUT BONDS.
Last week we annonnrcd Ihaton the
Wednesday before some miscre mt had
removed a rail from the tract of the B.
C. R. & N., railway, about two and
half miles this side of Round Lake
Station. A man named Williain Slia
fer, living njar the place where the
break in tin tiack was made gave in
formation of the fact, to llr. £. At
Tripp, the agent at Kouud Lake.
Fortunately the traiu coming from the
east was belated aud had uot yet ar
rive! there when the information was
given. Shafer was asked to accompa
ny the party of men which volunteer
ed to accompany the train to the place
of the break. Strangely enough he re
fused to wait, but went back himself
on foot to the place saying that he
wanted to get a satchcl he had seen on
the track, where he had seen six men
with guns lying in the grass waiting
for the coming train, that was tube
wrecked. He said he had overheard
the men talking of what they intended
to do, aud that they said they would
change their clothes after the destruc
tion of the train, to ayoid detection
When the train arrived at Round Lake
a party of armed men from the neigh
borhood got on board—some on the
cars aud others on a hand car which
preceded the traiu to ascertain the
piece of the break before the locomo
tlve should reach it. The break was
found as Shafer had reported it, aud
was repaired, by tlie traiu hands... The
train theu came on carefully to Wor
thington, and soon after returned to
Rouud Lake to take home the citizens
who had come to see it safely through
But for the information given by
Schafer the tiain would have b^en
broken to pieceB, and not a life would
have been spared except by a providen
tial miracle, Investigations, of course,
were at once entered upon by the rail
way and county ofthials. Couuty At
torney Dailey happened to be on the
imperilled train, and therefore felt that
Iu had had a pretty narrow escape,
and gave prompt and earnrst attentiou
to the case. No trace was discovered
of the six men whom Shafer claimed
to have discovered in the tall grass,
near the break, though some witnesses
testified to finding a place which
had beeu beaten down as if by men ly
ing upon it. Suspicion fell upon Sha
fer himself as statements made by him
seemed to be improbable, contradicto
ry, and without corroboration by as
certained facts and circumstances.
Shafer was brought before Esq. W. M.
Bear and a patient preliminary hear
ing was had for three days. The tes
timony was quite voluminous. Coun
ty Attorney D.tiley appeared for the
State and did his duty well. The ac
cused man was very ably defended by
J. A. Town, Esq. The magistrate
the offence charged was a most
serious one. That the crime had been
committed by some one was fully pro
en. The evidence, while not sufficient
to convict the prisiouer in a final court,
was sufficient to warrant the judgment
that he is probably guilty, and there
fore he would be ccmra tted to til
without the privilege of giving bonds,
to await the action of the Grand Jury.
This is a singular case, and in some
of its aspects is painfully mysterious.
The timely information given by Shi
fer saved the train aud ail the lives on
board, and, if innocent he deserves
gratitude and reward instead of sus
pition and accusation. If guilty, his
action in doing the deed aud then iu
formirg the station agent of what had
been done, is difficult to account for.
In oftr judgment the committing
magistrate was justified by the facts
and circumstances in his action until
the developments in the case are com
plete. The prosecution desires to do
uo harm to an innocent man, but at
the same time shonld follow up every
clue until the guilty party or parties
are found and coudignly punished.
THE OLD MADE YOUNG.
Dr. Brown Seqnard's elixir of youth
of youth may be an important discov
ery, but every one knows that Dr,
Franklin Miles' New Heart Cure cer
tainly is. It has given thousands af
dieted with serious heart disease a
new lease of life. Druggists who can
observe its effects on many customers
everywhere speak very highly of it.
Mr. John Weaver of Kingstown lnd.,
says: '(I have so'.d much of Dr Miles
New Cure ai have received many
good reports. I sold some to one
the leading Masonic state officers aid
it did him a great *e il of good. Sold
and guaranteed by C. W. SMITH.
The Annual Election of officers for
the Okabena Lodge, Knights of Pyth
ias, occurred on Tuesday evening Nov
21tli., and resulted as given below
The installation will take place in Jan
P. C. W. S. Webb.
C. C. Jas. Mannir g,
V. C. H. C. Crawford.
Prelate, J. S. McManus.
K. of and S.. IL Shepard._
M. of E.'E. E. Warren.
M. of F. A. L. Johnson.
M. of A. Frank Glasgow.
Trustee, Robert McCune.
MissEstey, Slate organizer for the
W. C. T. U. will make an address in
the Congregational church next
Monday evening, Dec.
1 Sne is reported
to be an interesting speaker and it is
hoped that a full house may greet her
The District meeting of Christian
Endeavor Societies held last week in
the Congregational church, was a very
pleasant and profitable occassion to all
who attended its sessions. There was
a fair attendance from abroad. The
officers chosen for the ensuing year
were: President. Rev. S. A. Jamiesou
of Luverne Vice Presidents, for No
bleS county, M. A. Nichols, of Worth
iugtou Pipestone county, G, A. Mor
gan, of Pipestone Rock county, Dr
Plummer, of Luverne Murray comity
Miss.M. Taylor, of Fulda Secre
tary, Mrs. F. L. F'Sk Treasurer, Geo
Palm Corresponding Secretary, Miss
=^Tbe second meeting of the American
Health and Temperance Club, will be
held in the Adventist hall, Saturday
evening Nov. 29th. Quite an Interest
ing program lias been arranged. All
re cordially invited
to be present.
tnjilJ ens^s of absence parents
particularly requested' to send iWritten
excuses by pupils, as a fail tire 'to d«vs"
will cause pupils to be marked zero in
recitations for days absent. 'J'r
As shown by the number of visitors?
there seems to be very little interest
taken in the schools by ^patrons a.id
Those in charge of the schools would
much rather have parents and others
witness the energy shown by pupils.Ui
daily recitations than await suits
of examinations' and be possibly dia
ppointed at a time too late to remedy
the results by projier encouragement
The A and Primary department is
the "Banner school" as to attendance
for the past month.
The President of the Board of Edu
cation visited the schools during t&e
past month. W. W. 11
The total enrollment for the ifloriih
was 318, or 36 more than same month
This lovely Indian summer weather
is being improved. Plows are runniiig
in all directions aud fall woik is .being
Mr. G. II. McHoud, a brother
It is very much regretted that we are
to lose 14r. Moult n's fa'iiy. Wj^at
isoir loss is Worthii on's gain, as
they will move into their tine residence
in the village.
Ou last Friday evening the social at
Charles Newton's was a grand success
in every way.
J. C. Clark is in Minneapolis. lie had
an operation performed on his .eye
which proved successful to the delj^ht
of all his friends. -t'
All of our people that attended ,fche
Trades Carnival in Worthington says
it was the very best entertainment
they have had the privilege of attend
The gentlemen who did not buy ljtnd
when they were here on the excursion
with Mr. Barnard will return in the
spring to purchase.
Mrs. Yernie Whitney, of Beaver
Creek, has been here visiting Cr P.
Mr. Covey is doing an Immense, hay
ing business with his steam press,
hauling four tons of hay to the load
from here to Worthington. It's pretty
hard on bridges, but Mr. Covey kgows
how to make money.
Mr. Thompson has moved on the old
The PEltCnERON NORM ANstal
lion "Bascedo 1957" foaled 1880 aim
ported in 1882 by Mark W. Dunhim
from France, recorded in Vol. 3, 6f the
Percheron Norman stub book. Got by
Itant1899'*lie tiy"Coco. "My reason for
selling is that I have used Uim. on ixfy
farm at Round Lake, Minn,, 'aWlong
as it is reasonable to do so. A'pftly at
farm, or address No. 0, Rialto Bujld
ing, Chicago. O. II. Rocii
We desire to say to onr citizens, that
for yeara we have been selling Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Htick*
lins Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters,
and have never handled remedies that
sell as well, or that have given such
universal satisfaction. We do hot
hesitate to guarantee them every time
and we stand ready to refund the pur
chase price if satisfactory restil do
not follow their use. These reoildies
have won their great popularity (Purely
on their merits. C. W. SMITH, Drug
Death is quietly but steadily redhcing
the list of pensioners from the rolK
year 21000 were dropped because
they had passed over to the silent
army. The list receives additions uu
tlie new law, but the number dying
each year nearly or quite equals the
the number Applying to receive pen
sions. No nation ver suffers ecause
of a too tender or generous policy to
those who fought its battles.
Mrs. Barnard, and MHS L. McClonjj,
arrived last Thursday eveuing, bring
ing with him, his horses and carriage,
goods and chattels, with the purpose
of making this his future home.
\nd still they come. Mr. Staubbus
and family, and Mr. Lane and family,
arrived last Thursday, and Will aetfle
on their farms which are located a
mile or two from the village of Worth
ington. We extend the baud of wcl
Mr. Chaffer, of Washington, III.,
uncle to the Bernard family, was here
last week and closed the bargaiu with
Hou. J. P. Houltou, purchasing tie
eiegant property on West Okabenft,
which htiB te«iu tlie Moulton hoitie fbi'
veral years, also the half sectionl-flf
land adjoining it. Mr. C. expect#to
be here with his family about holidays,
and again we say welcome.
Wllllnm Marr pnd Ellen Marr and Peter
tcnrpfton and Fai/Glbson aud Z«lvteaCoro'
The State of Mlnue&ota to the abovennmed dfe
You, and each of you. are hereby summoned
and required to answer the complaint of the
plainttlf In the above entitled action, which is
"on flie in the oflice of tlie Clerk of said Court, at
Jiisofflce at Worthington, Nobles county, Miu
nenota.and to serve a copy of your answer
said complaint on the subscriber, at his office,
in the village of Worthington in the County of
Nobles. Minnesota, within twenty days after
the service of this summons upon you, exclu
sive of the day of such service and, if you fail
to answer the said complaint within the time
aforesaid, th*? p'aiutilf in this action will on
such failure, «pply to the curt for the relief de
manded in th-: complaint, together with the
costs and disbursements herein.
Dated October 3ist, isoo.
First pub. Nov. l. th.
]ast Dec. 18th.
ORDER FOR HEARING PROOF OF FOR
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Nobles,
In Probate Court., Special Term, November
In the matter of the estate of Eugene Pinck-
Whereas, An instrument in writing, purport
ing to be an auihenilcaied copy of the lust will
and testamcutof Eugene Pinckney,deceased,late
of the county or Lee,- State of Illinois, has been
delivered to this Court
Aud Wiiereas, Ennna J. Pinckney, of the
city of Dixon. Caunty of L«e. State of Illinois,
has Bled therewith her tlUon, representing,
among other things, that said Kngene Pinckney
died in the said County of Lee. in said State of
AllinoU. on or about ilie 16th day of Jani ary,A.
D., 'K90, testato possessed of ccrtr.in te::l estate
In said county of Nobles, and that ^aid pe.ltioner
is the Executrix named and appointed In said
will and praying that the said instrument may
be admitted to probate, and that letters testi
mentary be to her issued thereon
It is Ordered, That the proofs of said instra
ment, and the sai petition.be heard before this
eourt. at the Probate office Mi said county, on
the First day of December. A. D., 1890, at one
o'clock In the afternoon, being a regular term
of said court, when all persons interested may
appear, for or contest, the probate
of said instru
And it is Further Ordered, That notlceof the
time and place of said hearing be given to all
persons interested by publishing this order once
in each Week, for three successive weeks prior
to said day of hearing, in the Worthington Ad
vsince a weeklv newspaper printed and pub
lished at Worthington Viltoue in sai'l county.
Dated at Worthington, the Eleventh day of
November, A. D., I8i)0.
By the Court:
Judge of Probate.
First pub. Nov. ,mh.
BUCKLE N'S ARNICA SALVE.
Tins BEST SALV^inthe worid for
Cn»s, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Klieum, .Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
logive perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price '25 cents.
For Sale by C. W. SMITH.
W. S Webb. M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Olbce at K. E. Warren's Drugstore
Thousands have been relieved of in
digestion and loss of appetite by. a sin
gle bottle of Aye* 'a Sarsaparilla. The
use of this medicine, by giving tone
and strength to the assimilative or
gans, has made innumerable cures of
chronic dyspepsia. Price $1. Worth
$6 a bottle.
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BILL DOSS NOT RAISE
In Accordeons, Yio lins or Harmonicas large lines just
received. Call and see them.
See the Meyrose Electric Lamp, greater light, easier
to take care of, more durable than any other lamp in
the market. Price $2.50.
Palmer's perfumes are lasting and ('elicate.
Try our Frangipanni.
CHAS. W SMITH'S
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Nobles.
-Piatrict Court, Thirteenth. Judicial District,
J9 pb Knunert, riaiutiff,
Drug, JeWelry and Stationery Store.
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STATE OF MINNESOTA.
County of Nobles.
District Conrt, Thirteenth Judicial District
Ennna A. Crego, plaintiff.
Isaac G. Crcgo, defendant.
The State of Minnesota, to the above named
Yon are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaiut of the plaintiff in the
above entitled action, of which a copy is here
unto annexed and herewith served upon you.
and to serve a copy of your answer to the said
complaiut on the subscriber at his office in the
village of Worthington in said countv, within
thirty days after the service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of such service
and if you fail to answer the said complaint
within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the complaint.
Dated October 14th 1890.
GFO. W. WILSOW,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Worthington. Minn.
The said complaint now on file with the
clerk of said court. October la. 1890.
JEO. W. WILSOH Att'y. for Plaintiff.
SHERIFF'S SALE IN FORECLOSURE.
STATB OF MINNESOTA,(
County of Nobles,
13th Judicial District.
Rudolph Nunnemacher, Plaintiff, vs. Mattliias
No'ice is hereby given. That under and by
virtue of a Judgment aud Decree entered in
the above entitled a- tion on the 24th day of No
v*m'ier. 1890, a certified transcript of which has
been delivered to ine, I, the urdersigned. Sheriff
of said Nobles County, will sell at Public Auc
tion, to the highest bidder for cash, on Saturday
theioth day of January. 1891, at iu o'clock in the
forenoon, nt the front door of the Conrt House
In the Village of Worthington, In id County,
iu one parcel, the premises aud real estate des
cribe in said judgment and decree, to t. All
that tract or parcei of land lying and being
lathe County of Nobles and State of Minnesota,
described as follows, to wit:
The west half (V4) of the north eastqnarterof
(*4) of section no nine (9), in Township No. One
Hundred and Four (104) north of Rang* No.
Forty-one (41) west.
Sheriff of Nobles County, Minn.
Dated November 25th, 1890.
Avenue and Eleventh Street.
Jails Promptly Attended to
Advooate of Northwestern
Opposed to War Taxation In Time
Oppond to tbe Taxation of the Farmer and
Laborer for the Benefit of Monopo
lies and Trusts.
ALWAYS BMOBT. CLKAX
for only $1.00.
First Pub. Nov. 27—90
Last Jan. 2—91
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But it is not yet deadf neither are we, and to show
you how alive we are, cast your eye over the following
Afl a, Starter W" offer, as long as they last
some dried Apples at the biggest bargain you will see
this year. They are last years fruity but with a-little
labor bestowed on them, just as good to cat as new.
Note the price, 18 lbs. for 01.00.
Flax Fiber !Pail
count, 6 doz. 10 cents.
"Valencia Raisins* the boys say I can't
do it, but you can buy 11 ponnds for $1.00.
Sardines Domestic, l-± Boxes.
What do you think of 5 cents a box.
Here's your chance to buy at wholesale pnee.
The Worthington Flour Mills
Have again been thoroughly Overhauled, a Large
Amount of New Machinery piifc in and Ever}'thing
Arranged to do
Mercka&t aid Oustom Milling
IN THE BEST POSSIBLE MANNER.
No pains or expense will be spared to keep up the ex
cellent reputation of our Flotir.
Flour and all Kinds of Feed
Constantly on Hand for Sale or Exchange.
Farmers will always find us ready to exchange, and
we are prepared to buy your surplus wheat any day at
fair market prices.
Can't see why we draw such a BIG
'-k v^S. *-«._. +-.*
Powder, only 50 cents.
Dried Currants ^ew Clean, 14 lbs.
the regular article, full
down to one. ,1 gallon for $1.00.
Pure 'Soglium. This is something I can
recomnien I.* Only- 50 cents a gallon.
Don't you want a Lantern? All
complete, only 50 cents.
"WATOH FOR SPECIAL BARGAINS.
FRANK LEWIS, Manager.
THE BKICK GROCERY.
Swedish Horca&tile Company
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES
Roots, Shots, Hate, apa, froolwrj, Cluswan, aa*
Will pay Highest Cash Market price
FARM PRODUCE TAKEN III EXCHANGE FOB GOODS.
IN THE ADVANCE BLOCK,
F. H. DAY
F, L, HUMI8TON, Superintendent.
Therels no line so handsomely equipped fo
Throuefh Passenger 8erviee as "The Kortb
westrn Unef,'-C.. 8t, P., If. O. R'y-and tn*
Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago trains over
his line have abetter record for reaching
nd of their run "on time" than those of any
ther line in the country.
All well posted travelers
Cities and Chicago take
ries the tarn sleeping ears and coaches eve
Lake Superior portion
are run on night trains,and partor ears on day
Pullman sleepers are also ran through bet wees
Dnlath,Superior and Chicago. Fast through
trains are ala» ran between Minneapolis, St.
and Kansas Citv, via Sioux Cltjr. with
through Pullman sleepers
to? oorr van JOB SALS »T IOU* |BMIA9TS. VUTS
Panl to Omaha
rity. Pining cars are run on al
through trains over this line between Mianea
Cfcteago. and Between St
ul sad Kansas City. Besides being
between these principal cities, the Chicago
St Panl Minneapolis
Elk horn ft Me.
advertised as The North
western Line, traverses a rieh and popiloiu
country aai overs the qniekest means of reach.
Ing all the large towns or villages In the terri
tory Intersected by It. Before seleetlnug
route, travelers should get a folder,with map
this line,and they will qulekly
ime tables,may be obtained at any station