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1,6c AL. NEWS.
ton left Tuesday for a
t«ip in Stevens county.
Maris Benson returned to his
from a at Breckenridge Wednesday.
Don't fail to see the
Cut Price Cash Store
line of fancy dress fab
rics No other store can
It.H.Patterson has now taken the
Agency for the Osborne harvesting
machinery in addition to the Cham
and Amondson erected
fnlda and Mr.
Evans in Indian Lake
The heavy wind of Wednesday
the new bam James
was building near
Mrs. W. Barnard returned to her
home in Little Rock the first of the
-week after a pleasnt viwt with her
parents I. N. Wilson.
4c. 100 pieces short
length apron gingham
4c this week only—Cut
Price Cash Store.
For Sale—Black Cap raspberries
plants, 75 per hundred. Delivered
at,Worttiin gton or my place mile
and half south west. Notify by
Mr. Collins and son who were
indicted by the grand jury at Sibley
fcave been palced under one thous
and dollars bonds to await the action
of the court next September.
Dick Connor, formerly a clerk at
the Worthington Hotel with F. R.
Coughran was in town Monday
evening He says he will be back
here for a visit after awhile.
Call in and let us show
you our lino of ladies
waists some of the new
Gibsons Cut Price Cash
Jud Duel was before Judge
Stevens, Tuesday charged with
assault on a boy named Olson from
Sumimt Lake, Monday evening.
He plead guilty and was fined five
The officers request us to warn
the farmers against hitching horses
to the trees in the village as there
is an odinance against tieing horses
to trees. Someone will be caught
soon and made to pay a fine.
Buggies continue to oe taken out
from Shanahan's because the style
and quality are of the best. He
makes a specialty^ thejrehicle
business is the reason, he sells so
many all over the .county.
4c. 20 pes. outing
flannel, nice light color.
4c while they last—Cut
Price Cash Store.
Don't buy any kind of a vehicle
without first eaxmining Shanahan's
atock. He has so many kinds to
pick from, and it will pay youjto
come a distance to see them and en
quire his price. Its no trouble for
him to sell you a buggy if you just
want one because he has some that
suit your idea exactly.
Prices that talk:
Safety Pins 3 cts doz
Hooks and Eyes with a
hump, 2 cts a card. Cut
Price Cash Store.
Mrs. Adolph Amoiulsoii received
a message Tuesday morning an
nouncing the death of her brother
Joseph Ahlstrom at Elun. Iowa.
She left on the afternoon train for
.that point. No information was
given as to the cause of the death.
It must have b?en sudden as she had
a letter from him Saturday.
E. L. Kelley the poultry man
a large carload of egg
and a car of fillers. Tuesday. Xo
shipment of such porportions of tins
Mnd of goods have ever been made
to this town before, and it will give
our readers some idea of the etxen
.. aive business that Mr. Kelly is con
ducting here, otherwise they would
know as he does not make much
noise about it.
Same old price, 5c yd
for prints best brands
Boys 2 piece fancy suits
$1 29 Boys knee pants 19
all wool serge
suits $2 y7, 2 or 3 piec e. Cut
Price Cash Store
E.P. Johnson has severed his con
nection with the Cut Price Cash
Mx-s Walker mother of Dr. Walker
retruned home Monday evening
after a visit here.
Don't wear pants that rip
and buftons come off vVe
sell Jack Rabbit Pants All
are warranted not to rip a
new pair if thev do Qut
Price Cash Store
During the past week J.M. Shan
ahan has unloaded more machinery.
If he didn't get a car nearly every
week he could not supply the trade.
5,97 for a men's all
wool serge suit worth
10.00-Cut Price Cash
The Concret by the Carleon
College Glee Club at the Congregat
ional Church Tuesady evening was
well attended. Every number
was heartily applauded. The boys
dispalyed marked ability in vocal
music and that they have been well
tutored. The music rendered was
probably equal to any we have had
here by those who made singing a
profession. Those that love vocal
music and did not attend missed a
$6.47- All wool light
cassimcrc suits. $6.47*
You would consider it
cheap at 10.00. Same
price for a fancy check
ed all wool worsted.
—Cut Price Cash Store.
Miss. Helen Frvberger will re
turn the second week in April to
resume work with her class in vocal
music. She has been spending the
season in Minneapolis, where she
has devoted her time to the study
of oratorio, under the direction of
Mr. Alexander Musrgove. She
states that the past winter has been
one of the best musical seasons in
the history of Minneapolis.
6.97 for men's all
wool clay worsted suits
usually sold at 12.00—
Cut Price Cash Store.
SHOW CAUSE ON
FILING PETITION TO
STATE OF MINNESOTA, County
of Nobles,s s.
In Probate Court, Special Term
March, 24" 1902.
In The Matter of the Estate of
Azom Forbes Deceased
and Filing the Petition
of Caroline A. Forbes Executrix
setting forth that it is for the best
interests of said Estate and all con
cerned therein that certain real
Estate hereinafter described belong
ing to said Estate be sold at private
sale, and a description of all the
real estate, excepting the homestead
of which said deceiised died seized,
and the condition and value of the
respective portions or lots thereof
the south half of
and it appearing by said
^andlOcfor same goods
Cut Price Cssh Store
We can save you
cent on groceries
Mi's. F. H. Rust retruned Sunday weather has been decidedly spring
like. Most of the time it has been
from an etxended visit at Spring
field Mo. Mr. Rust now resides in
the Geiger house near J. A.Town's.
Dated at Worthington Minn., the
24th. day of March A. D. 1902
Lewis Lye, 7 cts
Can Baked Beans, 7 cts
Peaches, 11 cts
25c coffee, 18 cts
20c coffee for li cts
3 lbs be^t Santa
prunes, 25 cts
5 lbs good prunes, 25 cts
Goods delivered to any part
ot village. Cut Price
PAST WEEKS WEATHER.
Since our last weeks issue the
moderate temperature with some
warm days, and freezing nearly
every night Two nights during the
past week there has been light
showers, |and very little sunshine
during the day time. A heavy -wind
has blown nearly every day, Wed
nesday very strong. Nearly all of
the farmers are seeding and report
ground in good condition.
HAVING A RUN ON^CHAMBER
LA1NS' COUGH REMEDY.
Between the hours_of eleven
o'clock a. m. and closing-time at
night on Jan. 25th, 1901, A. F.
Clark, drugigst, Galde Springs, Va.,
sold twelve bottles of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. He says, "1 nev
er handled a medicine that sold bet
ter or gave better satisfaction to my
customers.'' This Remedy has
been in general use in Virginia for
many years, and the people there
are well acquainted with its excel
lent qualities. Many of them have
testified to the remarkable cures
which it has effected. When you
need a good, reliable medicine for
a cough or cold, or attack of the
grip, use Chamberlian's Cough Rem
edy and you are certain to be more
than pleased with the quick cure
which it Affords. For sale by. All
ONEWAY COLONISTS RATES,
will be in effect at all stations of
the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and
Northern Ry. on all days during the
months of March and April.
The principal points to which
these rates will apply are Denver,
Salt Lake City, Helena, Butte,
Spokane, Portland, Tacoma and
Seatte, but there are many other
points one can reach on such rates.
ONEWAY SETTLER'S RATES
will also be in effecrt from all
points on this line to' points in
northwestern Minnesota and North
Dakota on March 25th., April 1st.,
If you are thinking of making the
trip, it will pay you to
and expensive operation. Forscald,
cuts burns, wounds, bruises, sores
nearest B. C. R. and N. agent fo trouble, "says J. R.Holly,real estate,
the persons interested in said estate, troubled with lose of appetite, head-1 Tr.rlioption
section 28--Town- fainting and dizzy sells, she needs'
ship 102— Range 39—Nobles County. Electric Bitters, an the most wond-
petition that it is for the best intei- rpjlousan(ja
ests of said estate, to sell said above
described real estate: troubles, novrous troubles, backache
It is Therefore Ordered, That all and weak kidneys have used it, and
persons interested in said estate ap-1 become healthy and happy. Try it.
pear before this Court on Monday ()n^v Guarantee satisfaction.
the 21st dav of April 19D2 at one
o'clock P. ^M., at the Courthouse!
jji Worthington in said Couut\, then
and there to show cause (if any
there be) why license should not be Cobwebs put on cut latelj gn\
granted to said Caroline A. Forbes a woman lockjaw. Millions know
to sell said above described real the best thing to put on a cat
,, ... „,
each week for three successive weeks Skin Eruptions, Burns. Scalds and
prior to said day of hearing, in the
Worthington Advance a weekly
newspaper printed and publsihed at
Worthington in said County.
By the Court,
C. M. Cory,
Judge of Probate.
Geo. W. Wilson and Son
Attorneys for Executrix.
March, 28 Ap., 11.
Beware of counterfeits.
THE VICE OF NAGGING.
Clouds the happiness of the home,
but a nagging woman often needs
help. She may be so nervous and
run down in healtlfthat trifles annoy
her. If she is melancholy, excitable.
fui remedy 'for ailinsr women.
LorKJAW FROM COBWEBS.
is Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the infal-
healerof Wounds. Ulcers. Sores,
Piles. It cures or no pay. Only 25c.
on' BE FOOLED:
Take th© jcenulne, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only Jy Madison Aledi*
cir.e Co., Madison, Wis. It
Ueeps you well. Our trade
cut on each
ADVANCE, TTTLFEI 2», !••& -R/
•WI&L I '. illl'i Mill W
A PRINTER GREATLY SURPRIS
in imy life, as I was with the results
of using Chamberlain' Pain Balm,'
says Henry T.Crook, pressman, con
traoted a severe ease of rheumatism
early last winter by getting my
feet wet. I tried several things for
it wihout benefit One day while
loQknig over the Gazette, I notices
that Pain Balih was positively guar
anteed to cure rheumatism, so
bought a bottle of it and before] us
ing two thirds of it my rheumatism
Cash bad taken flight and I have not had
rheumaticpain since." Sold^by
THE HOT SPRINGS OF ARKAN-
The nation's great health resort
the Hot Springs of Arkansas, are
owned controlled and indorsed by
the United States Government for
the cure of rheumatims, neuralgia,
grippe, catarrh'and a score more of
human ills. Beautiful winter cli
mate, 200 hotels of all grades. Ask
nearest B. C. R. and N. ticket agent
for reduced rates and other informa
tion, or Mr. Jno. G. Farmer, A. G.
P. & A., Cedar Rapids, la. For il
lustrated books giving full ipforma
on address Bureau of Information,
Hot Springs, Ark. Apr. 1.
COULD NOT BREATHE.
Coughs, colds, croup, grip, bron
chitis, other throat and lung troubles
are quickly cured by One Minute
Cough Cure. One Minute Cough
Cure is not a mere expectorant,
which gives only temporary relief.
It softens and liquifies the mucous,
Draws out the inflamation and re
move the cause of the disease. Ab
solutely safe. Acts at once. "One
minute Cough Cure will do all that
is claimed for it,'' says ustice of the
Peace J. Q. Hood, Crosby, Miss. "My
wife could not get her breath and
iand was relieved by the first dose.
Itf has been benefit to all my family.''
ALL ABOUT SPIRIT AND
A descriptive and illustratied book
let of Spirit and Okoboji lakes in
i^drthwestern Iowa, located along
tite line of the Burlington, Cedar
and Northern Ry. will be
sent'free on application, to the
undersigned. This book also con
tains the game laws of Minnesota
and Iowa. There are a number of
good boarding houses and hotels
around these lakes, and plenty of
good cottages to rent.
SURGEON'S KNIFE NOT NEEDED Cure she could not eat an ordinary
meal without intense sufferng. She
Surgery is no longer necessary to
cure piles. DeWitt's Whitch Hazel ..
,, nhvsicians and many remedies had
Salve cures at once removing the pnysiuwui
., failed to srive relief. You don have
necessity for dangerous., painful °r. Jf
ui+4-i* TTa^ni is now entirely cured. St
Jno. G. Farmer,
A. G.P. &T. A.,B. C. R. & N. R'y,
June 30. Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
"Afer using a few bottles of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure my wife received
perfect and permanent relief from a
inquire of severe and chronic case of stomach
and loan agent,
I1L "Before using Kodol Dyspepsia
to diet. Eat any good food you want
but dont' overload the stomch. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will always digest
it for you.
CAN'T KEEP IT SECRET.
The splendid work of Dr. King 's
New Life Pills is dailv coming to
light. No such grand remedy for
Liver and Bowel troubles was ever
known before. Thousands bless
them for curing Constitoation Sick
Headache, Billiousness. Jaundice
Trv them 25c.
Mr. C. B. Wingfield, of Fair Play,
Mo., vvho suffered from chronic
dysentery for thirty five years, says
Chmberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy did him more
good than any other medicnie he
had every used. For' sale by*'all
STOPS THE COUGH AND^WORKS
OFF THE COLD.
Laxative Bromo Qui nine" Tablets
cur© a cold in one day. No Cure,
no Pay. Price 25 cents.
Tor Infants and Children
Slii Kind You Have Always Bougln-
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
la bulk. Accept no subsU
tute. Afk yow drii^iit*
OnelRinute Cough Cue*e
F«rl*UQh«, Colds and Croup.
.••• T1 .•
No. 9 No. 5 No. 3
7 40 a 10 00 a
6 30 a 2 OO
6 38 a 2 O"
6 50 a 2 17
7 09 a 2 32
10 OO a 4 55
No. 33 No. 15
9 OO am 4 OO nm
9 55 am 4 35 am
11 OO am ft OO am
4 OO pm
3 00 pm
11 15 am
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10 15 atn
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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, vim liww
•I New Vwk. uM:—"Mr. Orikun'a itorr Is
tk. kest accMut I kare keard «r read tka
•aral (liktlsi dnrlaftb. war. It M«d«d ju»t
aa aKk ooaran to g. about takiac phot»
to work tka |BBS."
fiMORK LIVES ARE 8AVED
Df. King's New Discovery,
Consumption, Coughs and Colds
Than By All Other Throat And
Lung Remedies Combined.
This wonderful medicine positively
cures Consumption, Coughs,a Colds,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Hay
Fever,Pleurisy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping
NO CURE. NO PAY,
50o. & SI. Trial Bottle Pres.
The You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervisidfn since its infancy.
What is CASTORIA
Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil* Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleatent. It
neither Opium, Morphine nor Other IJarcotlo
substance. Its *ge is its guarantee. It destroys WornM
and allays FeTerishness. It cures Diarrhcea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething: Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tlie Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Child -en's Panacea—The Mother*s Friend.
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
C. St. P. M. & O. RY.
3 55 a 2 25 a
4 25 2 58 a
7 05 5 20 a
SIOUX FALLS ILLNE.
no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health or
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment*
No. 2 No. 4 No. 6 No. 10
Ar 7 35 a 730 415
10 OO a
1 55 a 1 25 47 a 7 30 $
9 36 a 7 22
9 28 a 7 08
BY QEORQE EDWARD GRAHAM.
The Momt Smnmmtlommi!
Book of tho Day.
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1 20 a 12 45a 913 a 6 50
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pjo. 13 No. 14 No. 16 No. 34
4 00 piu Uv—Worthington—Ar 1 10 pm 1 30 am 8 OO pm
4 25 pm Rushmore 12 40 pm 100 am 7 25 pm
4 40 pm Adrian J2 pm 12 35 pm 7 OS pm
No. 632 No. 635 No. 631,
8 OO am Ar—Lake. Park—Lv S 25 am 5 38 pm
7 25 am Round Lake 8 50 am 5 55 pm
6 45 am Lv—Worthington—Ar 9 15 am 6 30 Dm
Ar—Burlington Depot—Lv 2 00 pm
Reading 2 30 pm
Wilmont 3 00 pm
Lv—Lismore—Ar 3 40 pm
A. W. LlTTtS, Agent. Worthington.
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