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the GRAND EASTER
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Daily Weather Report.
Chicago, III. March 20,1902
Partly cloud tonigiit
JuJuMXnfWM laBi llilMWfa^l
ROT. Sichmidt left Thursday far
Don't forget to be in town on the
evening of April4th.
At Miss Maxwell'® ye« will fiad
the "8well" street hats. /.
A second hand type writer fo*«M.
cheap, "City Pharamoy."
Boni-^n Tuesday March If 1902
to Mr. and Mrs. Au gust Lass a girl.
It will pay you to investigjte
Harrington's shoe ad. He is going
out of business.
Darby returned Wednesday
eyening from a prolonged business
trip at Stewart Minnesota.
Bushels of Baby and childrens
•hoes, selling cheaper than you can
^rf1 find them, at Harringtom's shoe
Farmed that know what they are
buying are taking some kind of a
farm implement or vehicle from
Shanahans al the time, not only
one farmer but several every day.
for hatching from
tom ranged, prize- winning Light
Brahamas at 50c per 15 delivered to
parties in town Also a few L. B.
at 50c. Mrs.E.F. Whitney 21tf
501» 75 Cents on
This is less Utatt cost price. Some things will go for less. This
will be the greatest profit:saving sale on, shoes you ever had in
orthington, as the stock is clean, fresh and new, and will include
Spring Styles. Nothing reserved. Don't
Come early*as shoes will go rapidly
Flower Seeds in pkgs., 2 fir Sc.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday*
MARCH 26, 27 AND 28.
6rand Millinery Opening!
Rev. Wilson Aull is in St. Louis
A fine display street hats at
The event takes place on the even
John Mackay contemplates leav
ing for Seattle in the near future.
G. O. Bigelow is now firing on
the switch engine, in the. Omaha
Hats that are beautiful and desir
able for any occasion or wear at
Theo. Olson formerly living near
Brewster now occupies the/ Frank
Albert Beed left Tuesday with
Albert Hockney to look over Canad
ian.land around Drinkwater.
For first class work go ^to the
Worthington Steam Laundry. Goods
call tor ana delivered to any part
the city phone 12?-
J. J. Parsons lett#for Luverne
Wednesday evening to attend the
Rock county district court now in
Mrs. C. W. Shiudler,sister of Mrs..
C. V. Caldwell, left here Wednesday
evening on a visiting trip to friends
at Sioux Falls.
20 per cent discount on furniture
at Palm Bros. 10-31.
C. F. ^fartin living near Reading
has purchased a"* Kemp manure
separator of M. Shanhan. Mr.
Martin beleives in fertelizing the
land and in this way he wilt realize
a bountiful crop.
Through a private letter written
to a friend in thi$ city we learn that
J. W. Walker.and family who left
here some time ago for "Dowies
Zion" near Chicago a^e not as
charmed with the place 'as they
rwere before they got there and in
all probabilities will return back to
Worthington before very long. Mr.
ard Mrs. Walker have hosts of
friends here who will gladly wel
oome them back.
miss this opportunity.
Harrington's Shoe Store.
in* fed to attend
The display of .new, style£.*$ unequalled, the stock all J§
••--Try,*-. ,, ,.r.
iSW iufd upie-date, Attentioiifia.esptciall? gi?eo to trimming.
(SwctMor to Mn. B. P. Webb.)
Minn. Their many Mends in tfci?
vicinity will wish them suocess in
their new home. a?
Will Chaney^ employed in Hubbard
•ad Paimera eleTatpr Expects to take
a vaeationfrom his present labors
We first of April and take up
Insunutoe bunnesa with Jamea
Albert peckney returned toDrink
water ^Canafda, Tuesday, He is
weil pleased with that country attd
does not think the climate is any
more severe than hero, it has aoY
been during this winter at ieaat.
Mrs. S. A. Wheeler 'left Monday accepted a position in Otto Lea beck's
to join her. husband at Chokio, establishment.
.The Citizens National Bank.
ft' auy vitizeu or his cbilttireii who enuie from a lbr^lgTi
country liave had money or property left to them in any
can act as ageut to collect the mouey or property,
r!' We ape connected with iju« largest company for the
transaction of busiues(y.ji9 the Xfiiiied States—they
liaviaK Collected 20,000 claim's^ lu Europe. TIic.se matters
fdiunld be handYed In a bUMiu^fs'way
If you liave-a claim in Europe 8E1! (J8.
Wait for the 4tb of April.
Mark Marden is building
Mrs.J. W. Cowing left'for her home
in JackBon Tuesday after visiting
at the home of her daughter Mrs.
Telephone No. 26 calls
Murdock: & Hoover's
J. G. Christie of Lakefield form
erly a resident of this place left
Tuesday to look over Canadian
Land in the vicinity of Ablert Hoc
Makes Children eat, sleep and
grow Makes mother strong and
vigorous. Makes a healthy family.
That's what IRocky Mountain Tea
does: 35cts. City Pharmacy.
A new line of ladies'
Underskirts^ for spring
and summer wear. The
cheapest atid fcest in
officers and Directors.
G. Qrundsten, W. W. Loveless, G.W. Patterson, Pres.
J. 0. Humislon, V. Pres. ^. C. T. Tupper. Cashier.
dition to his house on the corner of appendicitis. She is now improving.
Third ave and Thirteenth streets.
Buy your land of M. E. Lawton
I have a large list for sale in Stev
vens, Traverse, Wilkin, .Otter Tail,
Becker,yClay, Polk, Norman, Mar
shidl, Red Lake and Kitson counties,
both wild and improved. Office
•over Post Office,
Headache often results from a dis
ordered coilditiohn pf the stomach
and consititration, of. the bowels.
A dose or two of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets will cor
rect these disorders and cure the
headache. Sold by Ail druggists.
^F. J. 'Cheney and* "ffo., Props.,
Toleilo,0. We, the under sign
ed have known! F. J. Cheney for the
last 15 years, and Ijelieve him per
fectly honorable in ail business tran
sactions and financially able to cj&rry
out any obligations made by their
West & Truax, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinn^n,
and Marvin, Wholesale Druggists,
Hall's family Pills are the best.
Hall'-Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the sytem.
Price 75c., per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free
Earnest Phillips has moved onto a
farm near Brewster.
Spring is hero and*
so is Miss Max
well with a full line of up to date
E. S. Morrison of Sheldon has
Will Madison and Barton Goodrich
left Thureday for lreton. la.,to take
in the short horn stock sale.
Wall paper, Paints, Alabostine,
etc., The highest grades yet- the
lowest prices at the
this -their bu^liiesN.caii do it lujurc safely and cheaply than
members of the.taniily 4r friends in the old country, for
they know how to haiidle thein iu the Kiffht. Way.
Mrs. A. R. Albertus entertained
few friends Wednesday afternoon in
honor of her mother Mrs. Cowing
The ladies of the Congregational
church will hold their monthly tea
at the Hbme of Mrs. Geo. O. Moore
Friday afternoon March 28 from
2 to 9 p. m. all are cordially invited.
Mrs. Emma Sibley's daughter
an ad- Josehineis suffering an attact of
A full line of Pianos, organs and
sewing machines are constantly on
hand, at T. A. Palmer's, nothing
but the best goes with Tom. Give
him a chance.
Carl Palm is putting in a new
floor in the room formerly occupied
by A. C. Todd, in the Masonic block
to be used'as abutter and egg room
by A. E. Hart.
Mrs. Flora Patterson of Sioux
City was in town Wednesday look
ing' over the prospects for opening
another millinery store. She is a
relative of C. S. Porter.
I have twenty thousand acres of
North Dakotd farming land for sale
and the same amount in Norman
and P'olk counties Minnestoa easy
terms. Call and see me.
E. L. Sell wart?.
M. E. £HURCH.
Morning subject at the M. E.
Church next Sunday,
firms who make
umphal Entre" Palm Sunday Ser
vice. Evening "Jesus Betrayed".
During the past week this country
has experienced weather that re
sembled a blizzard, all that was
lacking was more snow.
^Friday the warm sunshine turned
cloudy, colder and a rising wind.
Saturday it snowed some and the
wind continued stronger. Sunday
it blew a perfect gale filling the air
with dust and some snow, so that
one could see but half a mile or less.
The thermometer went a littWbelow
zero. Monday the wind abated and
up to this time it has grown warm
enough,so that the snow is all melt
ed." /Overcoats are still necessary
Milk. Mrs. H. M. Twit
To sell or trada a few horses.
For sale or trade—Eight
house. F. C. Turner.
For Sale "at a Bargain— good
second hand organ good as new.
Enquire at Palm Bros., funriture
For Rent—A five room house one
block south of Burlington depot and
one Block north Lake shore. 2 2
J. J. Bisans. d'w
For Rent—320 or 480 acre farm,
improved with buildings, near town
and school. Will take either] 'share
or cash call on W. B. Royse, Org, Minn
For Sale— 6 good work horses
E. Sims, wife and mother re
turned home Thursday morning
from Chetek where the funeral of
his father took place.
Mrs. J. H. Johnson returned
home Thursday from Springfield,
HI., where she was called to attend
the funeral of her mother.
It does beat all how the buggies
carriages and road wagons go out
from Shanhans by the farmers, some
of the farmers coming from near
and other towns. Its the quality and
style that draws the business, to
Constipation, bowel irregularity,
headache, dyspepsia, torpid liver,
bad kidneys, rheumatism, disordres,
incident to sedentary life positively
cured by ocky Mountain Tea, the
greatest American Remedy. City
Henry Horsnstine says, Mr. Fisher
paid half the costs in the hog trial
and they have decided to be neigh
bors again. This is certainly a very
wise conclusion, and Mr. Fisher was
vrey liberal in paying a portion of
the costs after they had been saddled
on the other fellow.
F. L. Humiston states that while
he was returning from his northern
trip he met two trains of 44 and 6(5
cars of emigrants going north at one
station. This wilFgive a person
some idea of the immense emigrat
ion that is moving to the northern
part of this state and Notrh Dakota.
Officer McCartney arrested a man
named Craft, Thursday evening on
a charge of forgery. The fellow
tried to get a check cashed signed
by E. L.Kelley,the poultry man, for
$22.40 at Kadesky's store. Mr. Kades
ky telephoned to Mr. Kelley to see if
it was all right and learned it was a
forgery. Then he called the officer
and caused the man's arrest. The
matter was dropped on account of
the man's father being a friend of
ft good work: y,
For Sale—Set ^new harness. Phil
Plotts, at Dr. Gould'8 barn. 19-HtF*
Wanted—Girl for light houekeep
ing,apply office. Dr. Walker. lOtf.
Clover seed for sale at $6.00 bushel.
John H. Scott Clary Addition.
10 -2 w2
a ten room
oenterally located. Enquire at
Advance office 10 tf.
For Rent.—Furnihed room heated
Inquire of Mrs..H. E. Garretson
opposite Dr. Mansons.
Wanted—To buy seven lor eight
head of hevay horses. J.W.McBride
set concord harness nearly new, 2
wide tired wagons, 1 spade, willjsell
for cash or on time. Jas. S. Ramage
For Sale—My dwelling on corner
of Twelfth St., and Third avenue.
For turther inforamtion call on Peter
Thompson. Mrs. N. P. Nelson 19tf.
H. J. Blume treated his photo car
to a new coat of paint this week
giving it a magnificent, appearance.
John Mackay made a trip to
Ocheyedan, la., Wednesday in the
interest of H. N. Douglass .elevator.
160 acre farm 4 miles crom Success
Mo: for £1,600 :to tpafle. for Worths
ington property. !M. E. Lawton
Mrs. Andrews of Plainfield, Wis.,
arrived Wednesday evening and is
the guest of her sister Mrs. W. J.
Ross this week.
I*# Ladies mm»wty Aff/^ll,,
give a supper i» A. O. tJ. If. hftft
toi^|!i^commaaciQf at 5 clock
I The Carleton Glee Club Con'o«rtr
I was a pleasing surprise to the. critical
and appreciative audience in attend-:
auce. Much was expected "of
To say that the varied prergam:
rendered by the Club was satisfact
ory is not enough. It was more
and better than its most partial
friends had anticipated, both in th*
character of the selections and
Married—Harry Groom and Mrftt
M.DeWitt, Wednesday March 19tla
Rev. Thos. Hambly of the M. E
The ceremony took place in the*
evening at the residence of the
brides parents a few miles fron*
town, witnessed by thiry or forty
The bride is an esteemable young:
lady with a large circle of friend*.
The groom is from Storm Lake*
Iowa and bears an excellent reputat
ion and character. They received,
may useful and handsome presents.
They will reside with the brides*
parents and look after the 'farm.
The Advance joins their friends i*
A BARGAIN FOR CASH.
Two houses and lots joining each."
other for'aale blocks from Court:
House square, 1 Blk from Lake shore,'
inquire of Oscar Sterling at Albert**
FAIR ASSOCIATION ELECT1
tre*rthi* »ide* yojo qre Assift^
Glee Club, but every one was delight^
ed beyond all expectation with the*
excellent work of the organization.-
their renditions. The soloists witfef
out exception had well cultivate#
voices and sang with a pleasing cor
rectness of style and expression^
The chorus work was smooth,finish
ed and effective. The selection*,
generous in number, t^ere of a pleas
ing variety, embracing a wide rang*
of classical and popular composit
ions. One or two numbers, possiblyr
arranged for the olub, were aniqva
in their combination of good muriie'
with fine humor and dramatic affectv.
and were greatly enjoyed bp ttim
audienoe. A comparison with th#
Oberlin Club which has sung in.
Northfield, would not be at all to the
disadvantage of Carleton. Taesdaf
March Si. Congreagtional church.
Tickets on sale at Morla*4
SS and 30 cents.
March. 15th. 1902'
Meeting called to order by Secy
one motion D. Shell was chosen:
chairman. The 'treasurer read hi#
annual report which was (as follows
April 4, 1901, Cash on hand.. 6 40
Reoeired froiii Prem. Mut 119(H)
Gate... 184 IM»
lintry Fees 14f3
Privileges 15 Ht ,,
Discounted Mote 2-5 OO
Paid far Premium Ijst +1 25
Nutc nud interest 1S3 OO
For Hay 10 fin
Ground Kent 5l OO
Sundry Expenses i+ ss
Printing atid ad J?7 OO
O.'ite Keepers and Clerks 20 5o
Races S7 OO
Balance on hand. 75 76 960 80
H. M. Palm, Treasurer.
—approved and placed on file.
Secretary read minutes of last
meeting which was on motion ap
On motion the election of officers
was proceeded with, which resulted
President—G. W. Patterson
A. Hactor. 1st. Dist,
C. A. Sunbderg, 2nd.
W.M. Thompson 3rd.
Henry Pfeil, 4th
F.H. Lyon, 5th.
Secy.E. A. Tripp.
Treasurer H. M. Palm
On motion to adjourn to meet at
the office of county! Auditor. Sat
urday afternoon at 2o'clock March
29th. 1902 at which time it is hpped
that every person who beiieves that
Nobles County ought to have a faiiv
will be present.
E. A. Tripp Secy.
The Worthintgon creamery wants
your unsalted butter and will pay
the highest market priced in cash.