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of trade clear title
laada In Dakota and Kansaa,
and money to loan on raal estate in
tfcia county. iolwa.
Herbftrt Paaaof Wilmont waa in
J. K. Turner left Friday for a few
days visit at LaJcefleld.
V\J C. Estes rstorned from Minn
eapoia Thursday erening.,
Frank Saxon reoeired & new piano
S^iday shipped from Chicago.
ICiaa Tillie Laraan is now employed
in Mis Fahy'a^jfillinery parlros.
0. B. Holden of Chexbkee, la. is
the guest of friend* in this oity this
J. H. Staubus returned Friday
saorning from Raymond and Wilmar
with a party of land seekers.
The many friends of Dr. Thomas
•will be pained to learn of his serious
illness at the Western House.
Clarence Hurt and' wife of
'.Mitchell S,D., arriyed Fridy,. Mr.
H.hae accepted a position in Steffins
restaurntl as bread baker,
J. P. Roerig, the popular Jeweler
of Wilmont yras greeting his many
friends in this, city Friday." Mr.
Roerig is a pleasant gentleman to
meet and Wilmont is to be congrat
ulated in having him locate in their
Dr. Manson has been appointed,
oounty physician of the east half of
the country at a salary of $150 and
Dr. Carrel of Rushmore the west
half at a salary of $200.
i' We will Save it for You!
which will make yoti com
ble and independently
You will Find Just this Opportunity in
i«'vi^'WW*!RCVVekeni Canada. ?.
Land can be obtained there Tor the a«king.. It wi'l raise
from 25 to 35 buabels oi No. 1 hard wheat. to'the a*re 1 h» C*
nyliyi goveroaiHa' eires every man or every woman who is tbe
headof a family 160 acres free!
i- Tfcce0ergetic,J«dwatrio«s you"ng initt cw a«ake his fortune wittathte
start in life. Tbowsanda are doing It, so It i« no e*perim«nt. There fire rail
road facilities making a market Yhere are achpoU for the children. There are
dkurches. Tn fact all tlie tccessoriei of civilisation with the lan4 g*T«n an a
bonus to those
will accept it.
Railroad laada conveniently situated are also for sale atlownrices
long time. The climate af Western aboat like that of Minnesota,
which means that lt la the healthiest ia the world.
nc. lanuiiiiw *wk«Canada
means that it i» the healthiest in the world!
WtiUfor pKamphUts, aliases.
ctursum sto J. C. KOEHN,
A a in a in so a
Good for Twenty Years!
yarOw old Cus'omers have made tbafc a showing for us in the last low
weeks by the orders from out of town.
25 Per Cent. Discount!
On all Robes, Horse Blankets and
VOC/HS FOR BUSINESS,
Subscriptions for all periodicals taken at the Post
Office News Stand. Will idso send your remittances for,
back subscription to all daily papers.
Buy Your Stationery sttd
^""VVill deliver Sunday Minneapolis Times and Tribune.
ti imn JB 5
rates and ex
Oarry Gieen son, (of J- Green,
ot this eity is prospecting in and
iiround Seattle, Wash.
.Gilbert Anderson left- Friday for
Sioux Falls taking' his young son
Arthur with him to receive treat
ment for his eyes.
Sheriff Reiter left Thursday night
with Walter. Collins for the reform
etory at St. Cloud. Dr. Conway
Miss loma Lair returned to her
home at Winnebago City Friday
morning after a plesant visit at the
home of R. H. P&ttenton.
Mrs. Ella Michael, of Storm Lake,
daughter of B. I. Tripp arrived
Saturday for a short visit with rel
atives and friends here and at Bige-
J. H. Blume, the Laundryman, is
presenting his patrons with a fine
photo of his delivery wagon stand
ing in front of the Citizens National
Bank. It is an excellent picture.
Mr. Blume is deserving of the en
tire patronage of our town in the
laundry line, as he is operating an
enterprise that would be a credit to
any town from every stand point.
Detectives Murphy and Dow dug
up another sack of shoes a few miles
north of the Iowa line a few days
ago and have them in their possess
ion. Let the good work go on.
Orville Laird, formerly agent at
Brewter recently died at his home
in Yokama City, Washington, of con
sumption. He has a number of
friends here who will be sorry to
hear of his death. His wife was
Miss Hattie Miller of Hersey town*
i,/ Post Office- Newstattd.
handsome buggies Friday.
Byron LaGrange, of Brews^
was in town Friday on business.
Dan Shell is home again since the
adjournment of the legislature
Mia« Stella Wilburn left for her
horn^ at Sibley Friday to sp0nd
A. (}. Kadesky made, a business
trip to Jeffers this week returning
County Commi^ioners adjorned
late Friday evening in time to' go to
Jens Peterson, of Round Lake, is
visiting his brother, C. A. in this
oity this week. 1
Miss Lillian Michael of Storm
Lake was the gtiest of friends in this
Mrs. M. I, Mann, of Portland Ore,
is visitin^.atthe residence of M. P.
lbs. Carl Anderson and family
left Saturday for their new Ihome
in Alberta, Canada
Willis Maxwell left Friday eve^
wng for O^Niefl, Neb., to engage in
Hie telephone business.
J.M.Shanaiian is having a private
Qffloe bnilt in the main office of his
implement works this week.
A gang of chicken thieves are
operating is Clary addition and had
better watoha little oilt for they axe
James olhaU, of Rook Rapids,
was in the city Saturday looking
atfer his land interests in this
The wind blew with such terrific
force Saturday as to break the large
vlate glass in Frank Hickman's front
James li. Nance, 'father of E. L.
left Saturday for Randolph, Nei).,
where he ^rill-make his home this
J. M. Shanahan soldto Mr. Bishop
a high grade Concord buggy Thurs
day, Mr.. Bidiop is General Agent
for the LCase Threshing Machine
Co., at^Mankajbo.. Mr. Bishop took
the rig to Mankato for his own use,
This shows that Shanahan 'S vehicles
have a reputation els^WherS as weJU
Worthington' and vicinity.
Miss Bessie Anderson of Sioux
Fall S. D. arrived Saturday she will
assume charge of the kitohen at the
Western House next Monday.
Word reached^ ihere Jlate Saturday
afternoon that Mr.J.Harden's sister
died in Ottawa, Neb., Thursday
March 13. Mr. Harden left Monday
last week and was present during
her last momenta
A delightful paity was given by
Mr. and Mrs. James Mackay at their
cozy home Friday evwing. About
sixteen invited guests were present
and enjoyed the eyening in games,
music and refreshments. When it
comes to entertaining Jim and his
good wife are right in line.
On Thursday afternoon aB Mr.
Christ Solmonson and old Mr.Gerel
son were driving ten head Of cattle
on the lake the whole number broke
through the .thin ice and had not
assistance reached in time would
have drowned, fortunately the ac
cident happened near shore or all
would have perished as the cattle
weifc fast in the ice.
Do not neglect your piano Klem
mek,the piano tuner is nOw in town.
While be has a large number of in
struments to repair, but when they
are finished he will not linger here
a the calls at other towns are too
numerous and important to neglect.
Miss Carrie Merchant of Benton
county is the guest of her cousin
Mrs. Williams Hawkins in this city.
Two registered Aberdeen
Angus bulls and one register
ed Clydesdale mare weight
25-4 F. Jf. Lyon.
Food doesn't digest well
Appetite pcor Bowe 1
constipated? Tongup coated?
It's your liver Ayer's Pills
are Jivcr pills they cure dys
25c. AH druggists.
Want your moust-iclie or board a beautiful
brown or rich "Mack? Then uso
PO CT*. OF DRIKX1J9TS, OR R. P. HALLOA CO., NASHUA. N. H.
The Western House changed hands
L. B. Bennett was elected president
of the council at Pillager last week.
Grandma McGowan spent the first
Of the week in town with friends.
Mrs. Frank Hickman left on the
four o'clock train Friday for Sibley,
Mr. Myron, the tailor, purchased
one of those handsome organs ofT.
A. Palmer, Saturday.
By a vote of 42 to 13 Round Lake
voted to bond the town for $5000 for
installing water works.
For Rent Cheap.—Five room house
with acre of ground for garden.
Wm. Malcolm. 21—3
C. L. Peterson is going to move
his family into town. They will
occupy the Swanson house. —Piflager
Dr. Spalidng of Luverne, was in
the city Saturday in consultation
with Dr. Walker over Chas Ross,
who i9 suffering with appendicitis.
•For. Sale—Twenty five head of
horses, twenty of them natives, five
Western, weigh from nine to fifteen
hundred. Come and look the^n over.
Charlie Ross, the nine year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ross,
Operator at the Omaha Depot, is ser
iously sick this week with appen
G. Nelson Dayton entertained the
Carrom Club at the home ot his
parents Friday evening. Refresh
ment were served and an enjoy
able evening was had.
M». N. C. Andenon, of the
Western House, received word of the
death of'an uncle at Vinton,la., and
left Monday, for that place. Mr. C.
B. Ward, her brother will leave Tues
day for the same place.
Miss M. J. Fahy recieved a letter
Monday from her sister living in
Denver, Colorado, stating that her
husband was seriously ill, to such an
extent that the family were some
what alarmed as to his recovery.
James S. Ramage has sold the
the agency of
Wilder, Minnesota. Anna C.Andei
son owns the furniture of the hotel
and will continue to operate under
her five year lease.—Sibley Gazette.
Worthington expended $7,000
more last year than her income.
That kind of business management
would soon bankrupt a business firms
or business corporation.—Windom
Citizen. Borne say figures don't
lie but' in. this case they do. It will
also be seen, that through the ignor
ance of some one, unfavorable com
ment is made of our village,
Judging from the output of farm
implements from Shanahan's
machinery bZuse, it is evident
Shanahan is doing an extenive bus
ness A short time ago Shanahan
received two cars of buggies and
expects in the near future two more
car loads. We judge he needs them
owing to the way buggies leave his
The unlucky social at the com
modiom^ residence of E. C. Wilson
and wife was attended by about one
hundred and forty five people and
the receipts amounted to $20.13,
the "unlucky 13 still in evidence.
The Occasion was very much enjoyed
with games and refreshments. A
guessing1 program afforded a gred,fc
deaj of amusement.
Dr. B. Cross, of Nashua la.,
has opened an office in this city in
the Torrance block and will be
numbered as one of Worthinsgton's
business men in the near future.
Mr. Cross, is a graduate of the
Chicago Homeopathic college and
perved one year as house physician
and surgeon, of a Chicago Home
opathic hospi tal.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
nOYAL SAKINO POWOtB CO., NEW YORK.
Hotel Maine to S.B. Bedford, through appendicitis as rapidly as his friends
Cone & Dryden, of
Rev. W. A. McKenzie, of Brews
ter was in this cityTuesday.
Mrs. William Hawkins returned
from Benton County, Tuesday..
Richard Schultz spent Sunday
with I friends in Brewster.
Chas Hildreth made a business
trip to Rushmore Saturday.
R. S. Hulett of Luverne, was do
ing business in the city Monday.
Geo. Birkebak's hat blew off Sun
day afternoon and is still flying.
Johnny Glasgow is seriously sick
at the home of his parents in this
Miss Mary Moberly returned from
Adrian Monday after a visit with
C. Gran intends to soon begin a
handsome residence on his lot next
to Town's home.
Rev. Tjernlund, of St. Paul was
the guest at the home of Gus. Swan
berg over Sunday
James Welch left Monday for
Avoca where he will be the guest of
friends a few days.
Mrs Nick Clarice of St. James
was the guest of friends in this city
for a short time Saturday.
Miss Nellie Long left Monday for
a short visit wtih her friends and
acquaintances at Avoca.
Miss. Belle Dow commenced a
term of school Monday in the Vail
district in Seward township.
J. M. Shanahan sold'one of those
handsome eighty five dollar buggies
to the Langseth boys of Round Lake
Rev. Thomas Hambly letf Monday
for Bigelow to attend a district plat
form meeting of the M. E. Church.
Mr. Hambly is down for the prin
Mrs. M. M. Walker mother of
Dr. Walker, arrived from Ladore,
la. Tuesday and will be a guest at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Walker
in this city for a few days.
Chas Ross the young son of the
day operator at the Omaha depot is
not improving with his attack of
f°r- Sunday he was a very
The concert by the Dixie Jubilee
Singers at Masonic hall. Monday
night was well attended. Tte sing
ing was line but when a few oi the
company visit a town as often as
some of this company have it would
seem as though they would render
some new songs, not the same ones
every year. An audience as a rule
would also enjoy a concert
more, if "special requests" were cut
out as an up to date company will
give their patrons the latest if sdlow
to carry out their program.
Andrew Johnson attended asocial
given by the young people of the
Indian Lake Baptist church last
Monday night on arriving at the
church he hitched his horse to a
post near the bam and in some un
known manner the animal got lose
and started on a swift run, going
through several wire fences and
finally wound up on the farm of, O.
J. Larson wherd he was found and
taken care of by that gentleman.
The animal was terribly cut and
every effort is being used to saVe
its life, as the horse is a very
Grain Commission & Stocks,
Guaranty l.oan Bide Ground Floor.
IN EMBERS MPLS, CHAMBER &0|H«£R8E
Ship Your grass to Us
Liberal Advances, Prompt Returns. Orders
for future delivery of grain and f.t colts exuerv
ted In ail markets or carried on margins.
WHITE FOB FREE DAILT MARKET !ET1E 3.
Reference: Security alt of Minnoapol
Every wt used
is well repreH-tited.
Leng'hp, widths iui
lho-e o- l--mand
ear pen ten*
Quotiiiif speciprires O'i these iat
Because fl or in' is specified
not foig*-t ti'Ht toere i^ iu our yard*
a full sio t- ot er kinds eC
John W. Tuthill Lbr.
J. K. DARBY,
Is one more before th" public
an auctioneer. Wil cry all kinds at
s»les huiI guarantee. Will bav»
ootes cish^d a- -h it not cheaper
than nnyono lse. Se* him beflsm
securing your auctioneer for term*
He Has Cured Thousands
Next regular profession*! visit te
Returning ev rv month. Cui^ult kiss
while the opfif rru"if is Ht hand*.
Dr. Doran has no superior in
and trcatinK diseases and deformi
will give $50 for any case that
tell the disease and where
All cnrable me.. .ai and surgical diseases
acitc and chronic catarrh, and special dis"
cases of the eye, ear, nose, and throat, lun^
disease, early consumption, bronchitis, bron
catarrh, ronstitutioiial catarrh, dys
pepsin, sick lieadactve. stoinnclj and bow«S
troubles, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatla^
diseas-, diabetes, kidney, liver,
bladder, prostatic and female diseases, dus
tiness. nervousness, indigestisn, obesity, ia
tcrrupted nutrition, slow growth
and all wasting disease in adults. Many
cases of deafness, ringing in the ears, loss or.
eyesight, cataract, cross eyes, etc., that ha-»r
been improperly treated or neglected, can be
restored. Deformities, club feet, cur
vature of the spine, disease of the brain,.
Paralysis, epilepsy, heart disease, dropsy
swelling: of the limbs, stricture, open sores,
pain in the bones, granular enlargement®,
and all long-standing diseases properlf
treatment. Young, middle-aged and old,,
single or married men and all who sutTnr
from lost manhood, nervous debility, sper
matorrhoea, seminal losses, scxnal decay,.
failing memory, week eves, stunted develo^
ment. lack oi energy," improvislied bloody
pimples, impediments to marriage also,
biood and skin diseases, syphilis, eruptiona^.
hair falling, bone pains, swellings, pore
throat, ulcers, effects of mercury, kidney an£
bladder troubles, weak back, bit riling urine,
passing urine tuo often, gonorrhoea, gleet, -s-ffh
stricture, freceiving searching treatment.
prompt relief ami cure fur life.
C»mcHrs, tHiii'.'is: goiter, fistula, piles, j',
Varicocele nnd enlarged glands with the
jsnbeutanious injection tnctbod, absolnteljr
without pain and without the loss o( a dro|»- i
Of blood, is one oi his own iiscovcries, an
is tiie most really scientific and certainly
sure cure of the nineteenth century. No in
curable cases taken. Consultation to those:
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Minneapolis, Mipn Louisville,