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iMiKmuiiC' 11. Mi.i 'i,''.
Evangelist Ely has cluet?u Re^ent
:ince for his subject tonight' at the
Mr. E.W. Moberlv and Miss Hovey
the teachers fiir their .success in
traiinng the young people in their
Mrs. B. Jas. Chermak .returned
from a visit to her home in Iowa,
Taw brother in law ('harley Chermak
Alvin Kresse after spending the
•winter at his home in Missouri, re
taliated to his former position with
At a special meeting at the Green
school Monday evening, it was de
cided. by au unanimous vote, that
the district furnish the text books.
Mrs. Thos.McBride spent Wednes
day with Mrs. F. S. Burroughs.
F. H. Lyon delivered a fine drove
*f hogs to Worthington buyers, the
first of the week.
Just received, a full
line of the latest in sum
mer Shirt Waists. Mur.
dock & Hoover.
Having sold out our business we
want to have all our accounts settl
ed at once and any account that is
not paid by April 20 th will be hand
ed to a lawyer for collection.
Yours Truly Palm Bros.
SEEDS FOR SALE.
Timothy, millet, red and white
•lover, red top, bluegraas and rape
*eed, for sale at the Swedish Eleva
Bean naade a business trip
Reading Monad returning Tues
Saturday John Reilley went to^St.
Paul in charge of a car of hog^foi
the sontli St. Paul market.
Messrs West and Smith are here
looking after the interests, of the
aew creamery. They have the cellei
"about dug and will soon begin the
Landlord W. H. Spong of H-.tel
Wilmont is having his hostel
building raised and will have a g»
roundation placed under it. Con
tractors Miller and Yoeder are do
ing the work.
"John Corbett who was visiting
ins brother \V. J. departed for
Woonsocket Soutli Dakota Saturday.
Parties who aiv now or will ba
wmldjng new dwelling houses with
in a week or two are C. F. Jaeger,
N. J.Lorge, Joe Weit/el. S.L. Long
^ud W. C. Hodges.
Many new houses will .be built
The school entertainment at the
Woodmen Hall last Friday night,
•was a decided success* about $16.00
was raised which will be used in the
purchase of an organ for the school
house. Congratulations are due.
Worth your while await
H.M.Palm & Son
There isn't an old pat
tern, or an old piece of
goods in the lot—every
thing bright, fresh, beau
The housewife knows
the labor GOOD matting
saves her and should see
A good grade of Japan
ese matting at
Better sncl more expen
sive grades, of course.
YOU WILL MEET SOME ONE.
It is often said no "matter® where
a person goes, they will meet ^soine
one they have previously l|pown. A
ver leaf ion of this statement will be
seen from the following,taken^from
a weekly letter of E.C.^Huntington,
who is in the south "and ^recently
made a visit to Washington. Thela
dy referred to isMiss.Laeta.Ramage.
A*pecruiiar incident occurred with
me when I got oiT^thej^ar^o^jtiist
Mt. Vernon. All seats'having two
passengers in except one, and a lady
having half of that. Here is where
brass came in handily. Not having
bought a ticket for the privilege
of standing up, and not believing
the lady had bought two tickets, sat
beside her, engaged in reading my
guide book, until wo crossed the
Potomac on the long bridge made
iiamous by federal soldiery during
the Jeff Davis war. I thought when
sitting down that the face looked
like one I had seen before, but not
thinking it possible to have so pleas
antly found a Minnesota girl, I said
nothing until we were on the ap
proach to the bridge when some
thing wanted to understand caught
my eye. My brass lead me to make
the inquiry of the lady, when she
informed me in dignified but court
eous tones that she was a stranger
here. This lead to an inquiry
from me as to her home "The West,"
she said. I "too," said the Listener,
at the same time noticing a proper
disinclination on the part of the
lady to engage in converstation
with a stranger. But coming from
the West, the Listerner must know
from where. "South Western
Minnesota,with a slight inflection
whit was interpreted as wishing
1 wouldnt' say any more. "What
town, "I asked. "Worthington."
I "guess you know me," then,
120 Per Cent Off
For the Next 30 Days!
Anything thaf you want at our store at one
fifth off. You can get any of the following goods
at that price.,
Any kind of Furniture, Carpets, Wall Pa
per, Window Shades, Bed Spring Pillows,
handing: her my card. 'Why. yes,
and-how is Gale?" The lady is
Miss Ramage. I had met her once
or twice back in God's country.
The young lady has been ab
Columbia College in New York for
some time, and had come to Wash
ington only a few days before go
ing right to teaohing school in the
middle of the week, and it being
Saturday now she, like the Listener
was going to'the "shrine of each
patriot's devotion, "Mount Vernon,
Miss Ramage is temporarily in a
privte school, supplying a vacancy
made by sickness. She has a prim
ary department in which are such
pupils as, the chilrden of senators,
representatives, foreign ministers,
etc.,—one of silkstocking schools of
the capital. It is needless to say
that we had a delightful visit to
Washintgon's old homestead, to
Alexandria, of which I shall speak
later, and to the navy yard where
we remained until closing time.
During the week I shall try to
arrange with some of our delegation
for introductions at the departments
for Miss Ramage so she can have a
special escort through the interesting
The Kind You Have Always Bought
(A nice line-to select from.)
and, get our prices.
SWTBAMBOO FtSHmc A0D 2*0 TAG*
'Star," ''Horse-Shoe"," "Standard Navy,"" Spearhead," Dram
IR PLUG to a
hut ser. Jitve* n.ATCir&
mnuM sucume *iru
KfMINGTO* DOimt -BARfUl
HAMMENLESS MOT CUM.
AN OPERA HALL IN
If there is one thing which mt
charming little city needs to make
it complete as an ideal cluster^ of
happy homes filled with contented
people it is a good opera hall- Pro
spective builders of buisness blow
can seldom see how to include such
a hall in a paying investlnent, tiilt
at the piresent time there existls axi
ideal opportunity for a combination
of splendid paying buisness
and annually good paying
th|ee story, brick block on
'cbrnor witha c6:
MasterWnrkmn," .Jolly .Tar,"Brandywine." "Old Peach and Honey
mood" Natural Leaf Good Luck." "Piper
Bow." "Old Peich And Hodcv
Oranf^Twiit taping wual
and W. N. Tinsley a plcturi ti%|i|i, and Trade Mark sticker* from Fl?e Brother?Pipe Smoking Tobacco are alio food for Present*
3 FOR IO CENTS
TAGS AND FLORODO RA'BANDS ARE OF EQUAL
VALUE AND MAY BE ASSORTED.
Our New Illustrated
CATALOGUE OF PRESENTS
indudea many article* not ahoirn here. It eontains the most attractive
List of Presents ever offered for Tags, and will be sent by mail on receipt of
Our offer of Present* for Tags will expire Nov. 30th, 190a.
improvement to the city that has
been "in'sight" for years .and the,
opportunity should be taken ad vant
age of promptly.
The rentsTfrom"r8uchra 'building
c^bereasilyiBhown'^to yield from
onTthe, investment, one
iper cent to 15 per
cent I interest
for"a" iuoment^queetion^thgir^^ con
The business menTpflWorthington
should consider the indirect!advttjat"
ages of such an /addition~to
growing "ity and be wfl^g^^offer
a Itamus of at le^^fSOOf). O^in^o^h
for the construcltiott^ Wcfi^ptell
dnrinff!: this-—^ *ru-4
eoirnng season. The
e'! humblest of
CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO.
Write your name and address plainly on outside of package containing
Tags, and forward Tags by registered mail, or expresa prepaid. Be
sure to have your package securely wrapped, so that Taga will not be
lost in transit. Sena Tags aud requeats for Presents falao request* for
C. Hy. BRbWN,
St. Louii, MOr
The eonoert'given in the Turner
opera house Friday evening of last
week, by the Carieton Glee Glub^
without question'was one of th#
best musical entertainments the
people of this city have had. Afa
voeatists they can scarcely beext
celled. There wias real music' ial
their voices, which
Biiof^R. Rice. Gitcuvit]t«
JaA," 'Hobby SpOn *oH,"
per^Bct harmony. and their ton
weM/ipn^ and sweefc Tfiib
"Racpr," "B. Rice, Greenville," "iVunesseeCtaastte'*
ioued). Red tia tagafrom Tlnsley's
Un U^fr^' ffiry
os Nitgral Uar'1
140 TAGS. tuuu nuc»
to* n»i currosAcco.
sums KMffs. TfOotssT sttAcs.,.
SUSA* SSSU KOOl*S. SO TASS
SAir UNO fipps/r ser,
taas j*SASU/rc, fzyform.
tOtTAtSm WMCIICl WATCH.
MAXVV MMATl/lS SHOT Cut. SjtCO.t»SS.
siiwlienoe.' "The giius&hbpper sat
a sweet pgtato vine, "etc., alon
the Price of admission.—.New