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Catarrh Cannot be Cured
There will be a Rich harvest of
Bargains at C. L. Peterson's
My sale of Silver Leaf Tea is immense—why, bepause I sell 60c
tea for 60c My new stock arrived today the Famous Leader No. 8 (this is
cheap at 50c,YI sell it for 40c._ Having bought in large quantities for spot
cash, I can afford to do thi^ and give my customers the benefit
You want to save Money come
i. I .,.V •. .. -7
in and I will show you how.
#v\ Sweet Corn per can7c 15 for $1.
23 lbs* Cal prunes, not Turkish prunes, $1.
35 ponnds oat meal for only $1.
The Old Reliable Syrup only 35 per gallon.
fly Shoe Departm'nt
is'complete—from Ladies fine shoes to men's heavy shoes
Will make a discount for the next
with local applications, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease. Cat
arrh is a blood or constitutional di
sease, and in order to cure it you must
take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acts di
rectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was perscribed by
one of the best physicians in this
country for years, and is a regular per
scription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, coutbined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combi
nation of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in
curing catarrh. Send for testimonials
free. F.J. CHENEY & CoProps.,
All kinds of Country Produce wanted
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
—See August Falk for circus tick
—Ten cent corn at Peterson's for
—C. H.'Sibley will put a furnace,
in his ^residence,
—Abe Johnson has his old posi
tion at the depot back again.
—Attorney Foley was over from
Adrian Friday on business.
'—For Rent—The three back rooms
over, the ADVANCE office. 50tf
—When you want to buy sawed
wood call on F. C. Tyrner.
—Ole Saeter's new house on 2nd
avenue is about completed.
—Take your proc}uce to C. L. Pet
erson and get the highest prices.
—Old reliable syrup at Peterson's
for 35 cents—former price 40 cents.
—Deputy Sheriff Thom worked
three days last week. This is news.
—For Farm Loans call oh Shell &
Mann-. Office in Torrance bldg. 49tf
.—For Sale—9 room house, 3 lots,
on Humistion ave. Call on Mrs.
—C. B. Holden of the Cherokee
marble works was here last \veek.
H. M. Palm & Son are agents for the
works at this place.
-•—List your lands and property
for sale or trade with Hedberg &
Clausen, if you want speedy and
—Buy land, loan money, insure
"property, sell land, sell' property,
rent either, collect debts, through
Hedberg & Clausen, Worthington,
—Prof. E. F. Harrington, graduate
of the Chicago Ophthalmic College
and hospital, will .visit Worthington
on Aug. l'4, one day only.-- He is
highly recommended by physicians
and patrons. Anybody troubled
with poor vision, pain in the eyes,
headache,. etc., had better consult
him at Once, tf
Did You Ever
Try Electric Biiters as a remedy fbr
•N vyour troubles? If not, get a bottle
get relief. This medicine
•1)88 been found to be peculiarly adapt
ed to the relief and cure of all female
complaints, exerting a wonderful di-
influence in giving strength and
-tone to the Organs. If you have loss
of appetite, constipation, headache,
»fainting spells, or are nervous, sleeps
less, excitable, melancholy or trou
bled with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters
is the medicine you heed. Health and
strength are guaranteed by its use.
Large bottles only fifty cents at Ray
Humiston'8 drug store. 3
of 10 per ct.
—The Other Shoe Store is the
placfe to buy. up-to, date shoes for a
—Come to the Presbyterian ladies'
ice cream parlors for your Saturday
—Conductor Babcock took a rest
from his run most of last week.
Mr. Wolf punched.the pasteboard.
—Henry Goff and Ole Degn left
Thursday afternoon for
kota to do the'harvesting loi ih
—W. P. Smoot, night operator at
the depot, left Monday for Wood
stock to take charge of the station at
—Try the "Other She Store" when
you want a neat fitting, well made
shoe—none but the best carried in
stock. Fine shoes and every day
It's a girl at Loyd Morgan's.
Mrs*. Edward is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Coons, in Rock Rapids, la,
We sympathize with those to the
east of us who were visited by the
hail storm. It will be doubly hard
for them this year when all around
have so fine prospects.
The building work on the church
is finished. All that is now needed
is the seat6. The structure has a fine
appearance and is really something
for the people to feel proud of.
We hear a good deal about patro
nizing our home merchants, but only
a few appear to understand what it
means. Why, we hear men com
plaining of lack of patronage, people
going to other towns to trade, and
yet those same men will patronize
dealers from other towns in opposi
tion to dealers in their own village.
This reminds us we've got a little
village down here between two big
ger ones, Lake Park and Worthing
ton. We're alive and growing.
Say, did you ever go fishing out on the
lake when the air was still and you
could see the bottofn of the lake and
could watch your bait over the side
of the boat? Did you ever watch
the fishes come cautiously up to ex
amine the bait? But you didn't1 get
many fish to carry home. Worth
ington and Lake Park have both
made up their minds that we have a
good fishing ground (for trade)
around here and are delivering goods
by team to quite a number of the
farmers in our 'immediate neighbor
as "Time is money" these days.
J. J. Gray has bought a new cow.
He says she is the best to be found.
»Our two Brewster landlords, R. J.
Beaton and D. V. Lees, are both
painting their hotels.
Last Friday was the hottest^ day
,of the season. Otto Berreau had
Most all the farmers are through
cutting their, grain and some of theni
nearly through stacking.
dance on last-Friday eveuing
was well attended but the intense
heat of day along with some .spirits,
warmed some of the boy's blood- to
an almost fighting extent, but after
left out in the fresh air for a.
few hours they cooled off as the. tem
perature turned cold and went home
quiet and peacable in the morning.
OtiDERLY AND NEAT,
WHICH 8(EX 13 BE8T ENTITLED TO
BE SO CHARACTERIZED
The Testimony off Thote Here Quoted Fa
vor* the Men—Whit Some UdlN Have
to Bay «m the Sntyect—DUoourMrfn* Ex
perience* With Women Goeita.
A bachelor said in my presence a year
or two ago: "Women are not by nature
or habit so clean or orderly sp men or
BO-delicate in their id^as of small mat
I combated the assertion, with indig
nant protests, and assured the speaker
that only a disappointed1 bachelor, whom
some woman's perfidy had soared, could
make such a statement.
Nevertheless I Set about studying the
habits of the sexes in these respects, and
I began to question people who bad wide
opportunities of judging such matters,
and the result has hot been wholly com
plimentary to my sisters.
First, I noticed the dress of men and
women in public conveyances. It is
jarely indeed one sees a man, with any
claims to respectable attire,-who dis
plays soiled collar, cuffs or shirt front.
But I have observed soiled laces about
the neck of many an otherwise richly
and fashionably attired woman, and
soiled white gloves are woefully in evi
dence and ruin scores of handsome toi
I do not think I have ever seen fringes
or:tatters about the ankles of a mau.
jt fceems to be an understood law
among the most ordinary types of re
spectable men that the first raveled seam
or ripped lining shall be attended to by
the tailor before the garment is worn
again. But women who carry fortunes
upon their backs display torn flounces
and ragged laces frequently on the street
crossings Or in alighting from vehicles.
Only a few weeks ago I walked be
hind a young lady in a prominent New
York avenue and admired the perfect
Jit of her brand new promenade costume
and the exquisite details, which exhib
ited excellent taste and judgment of the
wearer or her modiste. Hat, gloves,
gown and wrap and veil were in har
mony. But suddenly there came a mud-
7sing. The lady lifted her dress
••idtiiowed a charming foot elegantly
Looted but, alas, above it a silk petti
coat,-with three rags hanging from it.
The harmony was ruined by a discord.
Just as I was about to emerge from a
Turkish bath establishment one day a
young woman who speaks three lan
guages fluently and who belongs to a
rich and influential family entered and
tossed off an expensive cloak, display
ing a faded silk waist which was out at
the elbows and badly soiled about the
neck. Her skirt was trim and modish,
her cloak and bonnet irreproachable,
but the waist she wore was inexcusably
shabby. I could not help but wonder if
she had appeared in this garment at the
Perhaps in similar intimacy men may
see similar untidiness among members
of their own sex, but I doubt it.
On the other hand, where is the wo
man who could endure for ten minutes
the filth of a "smoking car" in which
refined men pass hours The recollection
of passing through one by accident to
reach a parlor car is sufficient to un
nerve.the average woman.
Talking with a lady who has a large
country home, where she entertains ex
tensively, I asked her opinion on this
subject. She gave it as follws:
"I will tell you our experience," she
said, "which, I fear,- is not a solitary
one. It so happened that two young la
dies and two young gentlemen had been
passing a week Tinder my roof, and the
morning of their departure my house
keeper was ill, and I went in person to
superintend the cleaning of the rooms
which they had occupied.
''The young ladies, mind you, had
been reared in homes of culture and
learning and were to. all' appearance
dainty and refined specimens of their
sex. Yet this was the condition of the
rooms which they had occupied for a
"The handsome dresser cloth was
stained and spattered by toilet creams
and washes. A box of face powder had
been overturned on the velvet carpet,
and the print of
VVOHFHIN GTSpX pVAN CE
Of the Condition of the State
Bank of Worthington
At Worthington, Minnesota, at the close of
bu»iness., July 11. 1805:
Loans and discounts...........!...... •I0I,044.'J5
Kitate, Fixtures etc 20.KHI.(IO
IiHUmnce premiums'ad vaiict d......
Due from other banks, n»,T64.'.!i
Cftfch on hand 4.831.23
Cash resources.. ...
Deposits subject to check..
OTATK OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
District Court. I3th Judicial District.
small slipper toe had
tracked it about the room. A large, un
sightly roll of mixed blond and brunette
'combings' protruded from a pasteboard
receptacle like a last year's bird nest.
Three toilet bottles were minus their
stoppers. Four cambric handkerchiefs
and one glove were found under the
bed, and in the sweepings of the room
weife discovered 87 dresspins, four hat
pins and two lacepins containing jew
"When the room just vacated.by the
men was investigated, the only souve
nirs remaining were two half burned
cigars, a small heap of cigar ashes on
the mantelpiece and one quill toothpick
an the floor.
'Sure, and I'd rather clean up after
tin gintlemen than one lady any day,'
remarked my servant, and in view of
the contrast between the two rooms I
could not rebuke her."
Another hostess whom I consulted on
this subject said: "I do not know that
I have found men guests neater than
women, but I have found them more
delicate minded in regard to many mat
ters. For instance, the seemingly best
bred girls and the richest are often ex
ceedingly careless in small matters.
They will borrow a wrap frOm a hostess
when they have mislaid their own or it
is inaccessible, and they will leave this
.garment on a veranda chair or in a boat
with a reckless disregard of conse
Another lady said:'
'I think men bathe
much more than women do and are
more particular about the details of
their clothing and dress. I think it is
more than balanced' by many of their
unclean hgbits smoking, chewing,
drinking and the like. In fact, I think
men are internally less clean and ex
taraally cleaner than women. "—Ella
Wheeler Wilcox in Chicago Rcoord.
State of Minnesota. County of jS'oblis.—ss.
1, Geo. o. Moore, ashler of the State Bank
of Wortliinirton. at Worthlnpt- n. do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to tlie
bestof my knowledge and be'ief.
GEO. (). MOOISE. Cashier.
Sworn :o and subscribed before me ttiis 2n
day sf -Juy 1*95.
AKTHUK II. PALM,
Notary Public Nobles County. Minn.
Corvect—Attest: fieo. 1). Dayton,
K. B. Becso:i.'
It asp Plaintiff vs. Ernest Shriver
The-State of Minnesota, To the above named
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, in the
above entitled action, which is filed in the office
of tlie Clerk of the District Couit of the Thir
teenth Jii'liciai District, in and fr the Couuty
oINobWsand State of Minnesota, and to serve
answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber, at his office in the illage of
Worth! :ton in said County, within Twenty
davs afror the service of this summons upon
of the day of such service: and
to answer the said complaint within
the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff In this action
will apply to the Court for the relief demanded
In the complaint. GEO. W. WILSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Worthington, Minn.
Dated June 24th, 1895. 48w6
State of Minnesota.
District Court, Thirteent Judicial District,
County of Nobles.
H. A. Tliorson, plaintiff,
1'. F.'O'Mallev, defendant..
The State of Minnesota to the above named
You, P. l-\ o'Malley, are hereby summoned
and required to answer the complaint in this
action, which has been filed with the Clerk of
his office in the village of Worth
ington, Nobles county, Minnesota, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said conmlaint on
the subscribers at their office in the village of
the county of Hock' in said state
days after the service of this
you. exclusive of the.
day of such
if you fail to answer the said coni-
nlaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff
in this action will apply to thecourt for the re
lief demanded in the complaint.
Dated l.uverne, Minn., Aug. 1st, 1895.
NELSON & HEA,
Plaintiff's Attorneys, l.uverne. Minn.
Orcler lor Hearing Proof of
OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
In Probate Court, Special Term. June 29, 1895.
In the matter of the Estate of John A. Peter
Whereas, Certain writings purporting to be
duly authenticated copies of the last will and
testafaent of John A. Peterson, late of Kane
county,' Illinois, deceased, and the probate
thereof in the County Court of the County of
Kane,"State of Illinois have been delivered to
And Whereas, Christine Peterson by her at
torney Geo. W. Wilson has filed therewith her
petition, representing among other things that
said John A. Peterson lately died in said coun
ty of Kane, State of Illinois testate, possessed
of certaiu real estate, situated in the County of
Nobles and that-said petitioner is the surviving
wife of said deceased«nd praying that the said
instrument may be admitted to probate, and
that letters Testamentary be to her issued
It is ordered, That the proofs of said instru
ment, and the said petition, be heard before
this court at the Probate Office in said county
on Mondav, the 29th day of July A. D. 1895. at
one o'clock in the afternoon. when all persons
interested may appear for or contest the pro
bate of said iustrument
And it is furthered ordered, That notice of
the time and place of said hearing be given to
all persons interested, by publishing this order
once in each week for tnree successive weeks
prior to said day of hearing, in the Worthing
ton Advance, a weekly newspaper printed and
published at Worthington in said county.
Dated at Worthington the 29th day of June
A. D. 1895. By the Court,
GEO. w. WILSON. Judge of Probate.
Attorney for Petitioner. July is
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
Default having been made,In the condftions of
a certain mortgage containing power of sale
dated the twenty sixth day of March, 1892,
and recorded on the ninth day of April.
1892, in the office of the Register of
deeds of Nobles county, state of Minnesota, in
book W of mortgages, page 344, whereby
Leonhard Durr and Mary,
his wife, mortgagors,
mortgaged to the Investment Guarantee Trust
Conipany.Limited, mortgagee, the southeast
quarter of section nine, in township one,hun
dred and four in range forty in said Nobles
county, Minnesota, by which default, thepower
of sale has become operative, and no action or
proceeding at law has been instituted to recov
the debt remaining secured thereby, or any
part thereof. The amount claimed to be due on
said mortgage at the date hereof, is $996.00.
Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of
said power, said mortgage will be foreclosed
and said premises sold at public auc
tion by the sheriff of said county, or nls
depntv, at the front door of the court house
at Worthington, Minnesota, on the seventh day
of September, 1895, at 2 o'clock p. in.»to pay
said debt, and Interest, attorney's fees and
disbursements allowed by law.
Dated the 15th day of July, 1895.
INVESTMENT GUARANTEE THCST COM
A. v. EASTMAN Attorney.
July 25-Aug. 29.
State of Minnesota, County of Nobles, ss.
Probate Court. Special Term, July 1st. 1895.
the matter of the estate of Anna Torrance
receiving and filing the petition of H. E.
Torrance of Worthington, Nobles county Minn,
representing, among other things, that Anna
Torrance late of Worthington, Minn, on the 1st
dav or January A 1813, at Worthington in
sai'd county died intestate, and being a resident
of this county at the time of her death, leaving
goods, chattels, and estate within this county,
and that the said petitioner is the son of said
deceased, and praying that administration of
sai«l estate be to him-the said H. E. Torrance
^'it'is ordered that said petition be heard be
fore this court, on Monday, the 2nd day of
September A' 1895 at one o'clock p..m. at
Worthington in said county.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, That no
tice thereof be given to the heitB of said de
ceased aud all persons interested,
bv publishing a copy of this Order once in each
week for three successive weeks prior to salti.
dav of hearing, in the WOKTBINGTOX AI
\rK, a weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished at Worthington in said County.
Dated at Worthington. the 1st day of July A.
D. 1^- By ^e Court:
f*E4L] O. M. COKx,
Aup. s—*w3 Judge of Probate.
—-Money to loan on Nobles
county farm lands, and Worthing
ton village property, at 7 per cent
interest per annum.
HEDBERG & CLAUSEN.
TWINE TWINE TWINE!
THIS HAS BEEN
AS A RESULT
The I2-ft. Ail-Steel Hoy Rake is a
Daisy. These with a Big 4-McCormick
Mower makes a Haying Oiit-fit that will
make you smile.
W/E are right in it when it comes to
Milburn Farm Wagons
ARE THE BEST. Examine them.
J. D. Humiston
Anticipated for some time, and we are
prepared for the advance, by placing or
at old. prices.
We now have on hand the largest stock
of goods in our line ever shown in "Wor
thington. If interested, you will do
well to look us over before the increased
prices take effect here.
H. M. PALM & SON.
THE Furniture Store, G. A. R. Block.
We still have a few of the HALF OFF rockers left.
Made in aU the popular
styles, either Button or Lace,
on Foot-Form lasts, Picca
dilly, Opera or Narrow
Square. 7be famous
fs used in making this line of
shoes. Every pair war
THE SHOEMAN, Worthington.
Are ihe. Best.
Oar name and the fk
price is stamped on the beau
tifully finished black