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QHabena Gi§ar Company,
Oliver & Madison,
All Kinds of Live Stock.
gpAfter February lath our office
will be located in the old amis ton
•Sice, Main St.. oppecite Swedish
Mer. Store, Werthi»giO», Mnracsota
•I ether's pee*Ic'c happiness if not
to fee wcadsrtd at, If you envy the
auwkosMes •""NEW CRITIC
CIGAR, you should do he dew.
Then isn't a better cigar made any
where, ana tbe best of it is that the
quality is'all the sam?. Buy a box
of New Critics. Every cigar the
same in smoke and flavor.
We do not claim to sell goods tor cosf or below cost, because we never
could figuie out how to pay express that way. But we do claim to sell
foods as cheap as any legitimate retail shop in the city, and what is better
still we h#ve an assortment to select from that will command tbe admiration
and attention of everyoue who cares to be informed on what's newest aud
West of this season's goods.
Swedish Mercantile Co.
St. Croix Lumber. I
Best Equipped Retail
Plant in Southern
General, Merchandise and
Produce taken in exchange for goods.
Custom Feed Grinding.
Call and see ua lor anj Hind of goods carried
i4i a general store.
Dr. Crosa mjiuie 'a business trip to
Sibley, la.*, .Monday.
Editor Tennis of theAdrian Guard
in was in town Tuesday,
Wesley lUppbergw is learning the
hamflaa business at Stitser's.
J. D. Pettit, of Bushmore was in
the city Tuesday enroute to Crook
vTohn Oilbertson, of Kenneth, was
in the city Wednesady enroute to
Rob Meredith of Reading now en
joyst he pleasure of a new boggy
purchased of Shanahan Tuesday.
Dr. Thomas 'many friends will re
joice to 16arn that he has so far re
covered as to be able to be out as far
as the hotel office Tuesday.
F. L. Huiniston returned Saturday
from a trip in Traverse "and Pope
county. While there he arranged for
a fine farm of a little direr two
hundred acres in Pope county.
Next to Palm, Bros.
LIVERY & DRAY
Rigs at all
Diayicg Promptly attended to
Melvin Hovey, Prop.-
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smi llwood
left Wednesday for Minneapolis.
Gilbert Anderson returned from
Sioux Falls Tuesday.
Fred Hart of Kimbrae was a busi
ness caller in the city Tuesday.
Frank Spafford of Ewington was
doing business on our streets Tues.
D. W. Chute bought a Majestic
range at W. I. Huimstons hardware
F.H. McCartney, of Waterloo, la.,
was the guest of his toother, officer
McCartney a short time Wednesady.
Mrs. S. B. Bedford of Bushmore
was in*the city Tuesday on her way
to Reinbeck,Ia, to be present at the
wedding of her niece.
Clarence Hart, baker at Steffens
restaurant, is known as. a most ex
cellent bread and pastry maker and
the patrons of the bakerzy are highly
pleased with all of the bread, cakes,
etc. purhased there.
tfrpereent diaeount and
wa)l paper at '.Palm
Bay your town property, aafl niakc
your trades with M. E. La^rtion.
John Ramage received two cars of
buggies and cultivators Wednesday.
Wall paper, large stock, choice
patterns, and low prices at the4tCity
Chriet Niemann, Wortbingtoas
popular pop man, did business in
Mrs. Peter Larson is making ex
tensive improvements ,ori her ret-i*
dence near Mr. Albinson's.
Albert Olund left Wednesday
morning1 for Pillager where, he will
make.his permanent home. ^.
J. Corncro«3 and family arrived
Tuesday and moved into the house
recently purchased of Mrs. Stanton.
Miss Clara Graff of Lisinore was
the guest of friends in this city Tues
day and departed for her home late
the same evening.
SlUriff Reiter left for Sibley la.,
Tuesday afternoon to give in bis
evidence in the shoe case before
the grnd Jury now in session there.
Donald Pettit of Rushmore has
sold his interest in theBedford &Co,
store to H. C. Constable He is un
decided as tq whgt he will
J36fl't put up with poor
oil any longer but go to
Lov-eleee' and get Pennsyl
Deputy Sheriff McNair was called
toSibely. Ia., Tuesday to testify
before the grand jury in regard to
the stolen shoes from the Omaha
Chas Ross the young son of
Omaha opreator who has been
iously sick with appendicitis
taken a change for the better
last day or two.
Mrs. M.C. Pettit who been theguest
of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Pettit every
since the death of their son, a week
or two ago returned to her home in
Thou hast strange notions for one
so young a substitute to think that
thou art the same as Rocky Moun
tain Tea, made by the Madison
Medicine Co. 325c. City Pharmacy,
The little three year old child of
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Larson died of
diptheria Tuesday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Larson have the sympathy
of the community in their great loss.
Mr Binnings, formerly manager
of the depot lunch counter plead
guilty Monday morning to a charge
of using abusive language on com
plaint of John Smitn. He was fined
Mother, Yes one package makes
two quarts of baby medicine. See
directions There is nothing just as
good for babies and children as
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35cte. City
The Ladies Cemetery Aid will
give a supper in A. O. U. W. hall
Thursday evening March 20, com
mencing at 5 o'clock. Every one
knows that these suppers area treat
besides you are assisting a good
Mrs. C. E.Van Deusen. of Kil
bourn, Wis., was afflicted with
stomach trouble and constipatioif
for along time. She says, "I have
tried mapy preparations but none
have done me the good that Chamb
erlain's Stomach and Livre Tablets
have." These Tablets are for sale
at all drug stores. Price, 25cents
Chas. DeGraf a colored New York
foundling who was sent out here a
number of years ago and made his
home at Dan Shell's turned up here
here again last week after a number
of years absence.' Sunday he was
intoxicated and while stopping at
the Western house, he entered one
of the fenuile servant rooms during
the night,. The girl gave an alarm
and Charley was taken care of by
an officer. Monday morning, he
made tracks out of town as rapidly
Mrs. John Fitch of this city're
ceived the Semi—Weekly Breeze
published atL San Luis Obispo Cal
ifornia one day-this week, which
contained a notice of the death of
Dr. Walter Gardner Brown aged 72
years four months and three days.
Mr. Brown was a resident of this
county when the country was new
and was known,near and far as a
good kind hearted neighbor and
friend. He was a brother-in- law of
Theannual village election held
Tuesday wai devoid of any partic
ular excitement, with the. following
result. Total vote east, 470 in 1001,
For President of Council—
fl. M. Palm 251 37
F. Glasgow 214
A. R. Albertus 430
E. A. Tripp 268
Walter Aagaard 212
J. M. Messer 453
Loren Clark 231
Merle Hurlbert 233
J. J. Kendlen 444
For Street Commissioner—
B. F. Thurber 192
Pat O'connor 267 75
For License 256 53
Aganist License 203
There was.no effort made by the
temperance people to get out a vote,
whatever, while the other side, di»5
considerable work as it was thought
by some that the new idea of nam
ing a ticket might possibly re&ijlt in
At this time there are, sorts of
conjectures as to what the new
council will do, but the members are
reticent except that they will en
deavor to give a business adminis
It is prophecied that Wortbington
wil never see a joint cauoug apin.
PALM BROS. SOLD OCT.
Palm Bros, who have been engag
ed inthe furniture business for a
number of years. have sold their
business and building to Sam Swan
son and Carl Anderson who will take
possession April lit.. B. F. Thurber
owns the lot the building occupies.
Mr. Swanson is a carpenter and
well known throughout this locality.
Mr. Anderson has been employed as
cabinet maker with H. M. Palm and
Son and known as a good workmen.
With their extensive acquaintance
and good work they will make a
success of the pusiness.
Palm Bros, have enjoyed a-good
trade and their removal from our
village will be regretted by many
They expect to go to Fergus Falls,
as goon as business affairs will per
mit, but have not announced what
busionss they will engage in there.
In Germany a man must be 18
years of age before he may marry
says the Detroit Free Press. In
Portugal a boy of 14 is considered
marriageabe and a "woman" of 12.
In Greece the "man must have
seen at least fourteen summers and
the "woman" twelve. In France
the "man" must be 18 and the
woman" 16. In Beligum the same
ages. In Spain the intended husband
must have passed his fourteenth
year and the "woman" her twelfth.
In Austria a "man" and a"woman"
are supposed to be capable of con
ducting a home of their own from
the age of 14. In Turkey any youth
and maiden who can walk properly
and can understand the necessary
religious services are allowed to be
united for life.
REV. IRI if.
This splendid book of 200 pages
is not only a work of art of the high
est order, but it is the most complete
and valuable book on Astronmoy
and Meteorology for* 1902 to be
fotmd in the world. .No wonder the
first edition oione hundred thous
and was about exhausted by the end
iof January. The bible excepted, no
other book can be found in so many
Am erican home. The millions have
proven its value and will not be with
out it. The publishers will supply
this book for a month ortwo for the
regular price, with the increased
postage added. Send 30 cents to
Word and Works Publishing Com
pany,2201 Locust Street, St. Louis,
Mo., &nd this splendid book will be
mailed to you prebpaid. Do not
pass the year without it in your
office or home.
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Worthing ton Minnesota for the week
ending March 3, 1902.
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N. Dakt Lands,
We have some of .the finest, farm
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easy terms, where corn grows. Deep,
black soil. Coal $1.00 per ton. Nu
tritious native grasses.
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F. L. CONKLIN A
Added to the Public Library dur
ing Februry 1902.
Atkinson, Philip.—Electricity for
Baker, Roy S. —The Boys Book of
Beard, Lina and Adelia B.,—The
American Gilr's hand book.
Burgess, John W.—The Middle
Period, Am.,Hist., series.
Byran, Edward W.,—Progress of
Invention in 19th Century.
Badlam, Anna B.,— Views
Burroughs, John—Squirrels and
other Fur Bearers.
Burnett, Frances H.— A Fair Bar
Caine Hall.—The Etebnal City.
Connor Ralph—The Man from
Crockett, S.R and others—Tales
of our Coast.
Eggleston^ Edward—The Begin
ners of Nation.
Fisher, George Park—The Colon
ial Era, Am., Hist., series.
Flesche, Francis la—The Middle
Five—Indian boys at school.
Ford, Paul Leicester—The Great
K. and A. Train robbery.
Abbott, Evelyn—A History' of
Abbott, Jacob—Rollo's travels in
Europe, 10 vol—consisting of:
Rollo in Geneva,Holland,London,
Naples, Pairs, Rome,Scotland, Swit
zerland, on the Atlantic, on the
Bacheller,—Irving, Dri and I.
Churchill, Winston,—The Crisis.
Craik Henry.—English rose 5 vols.
Church, Alfred J. —Pictures from
Greek Life and Story.
Howells, Wm. Dean,—Literary
Friends and Acquaintance.
Homer,—Odyssey, tr by Butcher
and Lang. Iliad tr by Lang, Leaf
Attorney at lawy#f
6Bce over maaigaii« store.
Attorney at Law.
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Attorney at Law,
On ywirgexp*rfe»«e in tbe practice of taw.
Farm loaus, iHamnw aad 0oK«oM(H
Physician and Surgeon
Residence cor. 11th street aad 6th.
ave., two blocks aboveCkmrt House
Office in G. A. block.
Physician and Surgeeif^
Office over Peter on-Stitser block
QR. J. N. WOULD,
Office at Western
£)R. J. R. CONWA
WOh llXGTON. ttlNNJSOTA.
Office in Baker Block.
pRANK F. RILBY, ». B.
Office next to Globe Printing
A. SAXON, D. O.,
Treitm?nt parlors oa 3d Ave. a«x
to Pannell's residence.
laF'Pbone 128. «i
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3 6 p. m.
Bismarck, N. Dak.
LIST OF BOQKS.
Until our 50-quarter Mctcoi*
in Traverse and W ikm
are eloaed oat
at 40 to 60 feet.
M. E. LAWTON.
|y Over postoffiee.
SECURE GOOD PRICES
or your goods sold at Auction by
laving them eried by—
J. N. HOLBROOK,
When you ve a sale write me.
of eggs or glue is
used in roasting .:j.j
It is all coffee—pure coffee—
strong and of delicious flavor.
Some coffees are varnished with
a cheap coating of eggs, g,a*e or
other equally noxious substanc
Tb* Mated paokacainaww aniforta
aoaltty and twrtinw.