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Northfutj* King & Go's
12 Distinct Varieties of Sweet Peas in Bulk.
Flower Seeds in pkgs., 2 for 5c.
We have just recewed a large
shipment of the Celebrated .K
Toe" brand of Hosiery—for la
dies, men, boys and girls black
In extra heavy ribbed stocking
for bo|i and girls, all sizes, wo£tb
15c per pair, oar price thw week
5 pair for ..... *25C
Men's hose, double heel and
itae, black and tan, fast dye, reg
ular value ISc per pair, speeia1
this week at per pair 0C
3 pair for .. 25C
Ladies' fast black lisle hose, 10c
quality, at per pair.. 5C
Ladies' fine black hose, 20c
grade, at per pair. 106
A Few Grocery
Lewis Lye, per can....... 8C
Fine Strawberries, per can OC
Bvap Peart, 2 lbs for 25C
Elegant Jam in glass jars, fig,
strawberry, pineapple, red rasp
berry, peach, quince, etc., sold
at 25c a jav our prioe 2 jars
for ,.. 25C
3 Crown raisins, per lb.., 1 OC
Best Oatmeal, 7 lbs for... 25C
Apples and Oranges at Easy-to-
First crop Japan Tea, per. half
lb package. 30C
Special in Tinware.
4 quart Tin Pail with cover. .12c
Dairy Pail with Strainer.... .25c
A good Tin only
10c Potato Masher for 05c
4 quart Tea or Coffee Pot... .15c
Men's and boys' Spring Hats,
all shapes, sizes and colors, prices
50c to $3,00
Come here for your new hat and
you can't go wrong.
Bring us your Butter and Eggs,
we always give you highest prices
OLD IRON WANTED bring
us all you have we pay best price.
Don't forget the fact that you
can save money at
THE GOLDEN RULE.
R. L. Norland
Grand Millinery Opening!
Yourself apd friends are most cordially invited to attend
the GRAND EASTER
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
MARCH 26, 27 AND 28.
The display of uew styles are unequalled, the stock all
new aud up-to-date. Attention is especially given to trimming.
A little lesson in
Prices are always lower here
than elsewhere, because our cus
tomers get the benefit of our cash
system there being ns losses
through bad accounts. Try us
_m. J. fafcij,
Local News. *te
All the uptodate late
waist cloths in wool
-eftft4l£es«kiki silks etc
Cut'Price Cash Store
Dou't forget to be in town on the
evening of April 4£fc.
The event takes place on the even
ing of April 4th.
Frank Hansberger ileft Thursdy
monning for Pipestone.
Tom Edwards of Rotrad Lake, wa*
in the city Thursday.
Joseph Schuliz of Wilnmmt was in
the city Wednededay.
20 per cent discount on furniture
at Palm Bros. 10-31.
W. H. Spong of Wilmont, was a
business visitor in tf»e city Wednes
Mtoa Leona Hill left Thrusday for
a two week's visit with friends at
C. W. Darby son of I. L. Darby
left Tuesday for Denver, Colo., to
A. C. Todd is going around on
crutches this week 'on account of
a severe sprain.
,Anc1y Dillman is improving his
building with a coat o£„ paint appli
ed by P.H. Rust.
Drs. Spalding and Walker operated
on young Charlie Ross, Thursday
afternoon for appendicitis.
T. Branigan began moving his
stock pf goods to his new store
building Thursday morning.
(Successor to Mrs. B. P. Webb.-)
Baled Hay 7,
Wttcar Mo. 1
Whw No. 3..
Hogs $5.2" to 5.
Daily Weather Report.
Chicago, 111. Jttarch:27, 1902
Generally fair touigiit and
Muckreturned to W«?thing-
fcort, &te>ftr»t of the week.
Re®. Wilson Aull returned home
from St. jLouis Thursday.
Will Cheney returned from Minn
eapolis Thursday morning.
Marshal Roshon run in a fellow
Th orsday iaftrenodn on a/£iarge)f
Ghas Braekson of Elk ttdwnship
now xides around in a Haran new
.purchased of Shanahan.
160 acre farm 4 mites Erpm^uooesa
Mo. ifor #1,600 to trade for Worth
angten .property. M. 3E. Lawton
Hftwa. .J. E. Johnsoa. arriwed here
WednesdM^ to attend the .funeral
«2f her hueftKinds MM. Alfred
Jack Hernon left Wednesday -eve
nting tfor.Aanaconda, MoaL, where
thewrill be -engaged on the railroad
(under Hoadmaster Bobinsoa, fprm
«acly «f :tbis city.
©r. SE. E. stover, fiagelow '.was iin
iJlie ci^y Thursday and aasi^ed Drs.
Spalding of Luvacoe, Dcflan and
^Walker of.tbis city ia ihe.qperation
on vQhas. Roes.
We are still paying
the best price for Butter
and Eggs. Get our price
before sertling—Cut Price
ISeadac&e often results from ^dis
ordered eonditienn of the st«imach
and comutioation of the bowels.
two of Chamberflain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets will -cor
rect these disorders and cure ithe
headache. Sold ,fey All druggists.
Telephone No. 26 calls
Murdock & Hoover's
The very best all wool
clay worsted suits $8 50. We
guarantee them equal to anv
$15 suit in the market Cut
Price Cash Store
W. H. Merrick, state agent of the
Singer Sewing Machine Co. was in
town this week looking after his
company's interests aid endeavor
ing to find a location for an office,
the room they have been occuping
being rented by other parties. At
present he is unable to find any
a vailablf room and may be forced
to cios.e the office for a time.
(We are after 1% per cent. Farm
Those fashionable tint ceilings
and stripe wall papers with picture
mouldings to match call be had now
at "City Pharmacy ".
House eiaening time is here and
new lace curtians are in order.
We have an elegant assortment.
Call and look them over. Murdock
The school board have decided
not to have any vacation of the
school this spring, as there was two
weeks during the holidays. School
will close June 6th as usual. The
item in Wednesdays Daily that there
would be two' weeks vacation, be
longed to items *'rom the Bigelow
Sunday a fourteen year old
daughter of a farmer living near
Reading named Baker who recently
moved to this county died of com
plications of heart trouble. The
funeral took place Monday. Tues
day a brother of Mr. Bauer's died
of pneumonia. The remains were
shipped to their former place of res
idence in Iowa.-
Geo. T. Bullick has purchased the
Douglass property at Reading, but
will not take possession until the
coming winter, when Mr. Bui lick
and family will, in all probability,
make that village their future home.
Mr. B. is one of Nobles county's
most progressive farmer's and oue
of the old '60 class,taking the bitter
with the sweet—espqpially during
the grasshopper seige, of which all
of our old settlers are' distinctly
am a A a
stated that he himself would farm
only about 250 arces this year and
that he had leased about 7-00 acres
to tenants. He has disposed of a
goodly share of his stock recently,
among which were 300 sheep, but
still has about 400 left.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of atarrh tha't
cannot be cured flby Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney and Co., Props.,
Toledo,0 We, the under sign
ed have known F. J. Cheney for the
last 15 years, ami believe him per
fectly hajiorahle in all business tran
sactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their
West & Truax, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan,
and Marvin/ Wholesale Druggists,
Hairs family 'Pills are the best.
Hall'' Catarrh Cuye is taken inter
nally acting dinoctly upon the blood
and mucous suifaces-of the sytem.
Price 75c., per battle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free
Call and see itihe (latest ideas in
wall papers. All tthe popluar styles
and novel effects at the "City
R. V.Q. Bartlett gave a Minne
apolis tobacco firm a large order
the other day. The .order includes
-seed'and Havana «i.toek and Sumartra
wrapi»ei*s—enough .to Ikeep his foi-ce
busy for the next eight or ten
The W. R. C. will give their usual
monthly tea at G. A, R. Hall on the
evening of Friday March 28, begin
-to serve at 5 oc'lock. All are cord
ially invited. Come, bring a friend
and 10 ct.s Proceeds to be used for
The largest assorment and finest
patterns of wall paper ranging from
ten cts. to two dollars per roll at
Het ween having a
to fall ba'k upon in case ni" sick
neat* or calamity, or
Facing Lean and Hungry Want,
and battling pinched poverty with empty pocket?, there is
Jlmt one choice.
It'you would join the greai army of Bank Depositors
i.-START an account NOW wlth tlie CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK.
Whether large or small yonr ^ecoiiiit will be welcomed—
a little ea^li week or each Mtojtth and the results will
surprise you. For any position any walk of life,
The honest iii.au with a
William Schrader left Thursday
for Winnepeg Canada on a land deal.
Dont'"forget to call and see our
handsome new shirtwaists—just
received. Murdock & Hoover.
Miss Colia Free returned home
the first of the week from Windom(
and will remain home for the
For first class work go to the
Wortbington Steam Laundry. Ooods
call for ana delivered to any part
the city phone 128
The operation performed on Clias
Ross Thursday was successful and it
is expected the boy will now get
around all right.
The Presbyterian church will hold
their annual Conrgegrational church
meeting Thursday eve..April 3rd. in
the church at 8 o'clock. There will
be reports read from all the different^
branches of the church work both
financial and social showing the work
accomplished during the past year.
After the business meeting there
will be an adjournment, to the1
church parlors, where refreshments
will be served aud social time of
^Christian fellowship enjoyed. All^
the members of the church and the
congregation are most earnestly
invited to be present on this
A new line of ladies'
Underskirts, for spring
and summer wear. The
cheapest and best in
town. Murdock & Hoov
Man to take charge of Branch
office of our wholesale business in
this vicinity Address, with refer
ences, A. T. Morris. Mankato, Minn.
FOR SALE, KENT ETC.
Fresh milk at Leonard's.
Wanted—A fresh cow. M. E.
For Sale—Milk. Mi's. H. M. Twit
To sell or trade a few horses. H.
For sale or trade—Eight room
house. F. C. Turner.
For Sale—Set new harness. Phil
Plotts, at Dr.Gould's barn. 19—tf"
Wanted—Girl for light houekeep
ing,apply office. Dr. Walker. lOtf.
Clover seed for sale at $6.00 bushel.
John H.Scott Clary Addition. 10-2w2
For Rent—New 0 room house with
bam. Enquire E. V. Voak or this
Wanted.to buy or trade some hay
for a small barn. Inquire of Chas.
For rent—Good seven room house,
newly painted and papered. Equire
at this office. 21tf.
For Rent.—Furnihed room heated
Inquire of, Mrs. H. E. Garretson
opposite Dr. Mansons.
Nine office chairs, counter, letter
press and other office furniture for
sale. Geo. D. Datyon 22—6.
Lost—A pocket book containing a
sum of money. Finder please leave
at this office and receive reward.
For Sale—One heating stove and
one range both in excellent condition
Geo. Palm 27 tf.
For Sale at a Bargain—good
second hand organ good as new.
Enquire at Palm Bros., funriturd
For Rent—320 or 480 acre farm,
improved with buildings, near town
and school. Will take either share
or cash callon W.B.Royse,Org,Minn
For Sale—My dwelling on corner
of Twelfth st., and Third avenue.
For further inforamtion call on Peter
Thompson. Mrs. N. P. Nelson 19tf.
A first, class Kimball piano for
sale. $125. H. G. Beckley.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That F. A. Torraqco aud
H. Torrance have purchased the entire interests of tlie firm of H. E-
& Bro., including the storsk, fixtures and book acc ount, o£
sad firm. The new firm name will be F. A. Torrance & Sou. Th»
business will be continued in the buiHint* now occupied umWa leas»
of a number of years, and the same liberal business methods will ap
pear in the future as heretofore.
We thank the general public for the liberal patronage in tha
past, and hope by honest and manly business dealings to merit your
patronage in the future.
Inviting you all to call on the new firm, we are
F. A. TORRANCE & SON.
SEEDS FOR SALE.
Timothy, millet, red and white
clover, red top, bluegrass and rap»
seed, for sale at the Swedish Eleva
A BARGAIN FOR CASH.
Two'houses and lots joining each
other for sale 2 blocks from Court
House square, 1 Blk from Lake shore,
inquire of Oscar Sterling at Albert us
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,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. E. W.
Grove's signature is on each box.
FOR THE COMPLEXION.
The complexion awlajs suffers
from biliousness or constipation.
Unless the bowels ax-e kept* open
the impurities from the body ap
pear in the form of unsightly erupt
ion. DeWitt's Little early Risers
keep the liver and bowels in healthy
condition and remove the cause if
such troubles. C. E. Hooper.
Albany, Ga.,says:"to DeWitt'sLittle
Early Risers for biliousness. They
were just what I needed, I am feeling*
better now than in years." Never
gripe or distress. Safe thorough and
gentle. The very best pills
Prof. A. I. Abernathy,
Instructor in Vocal
Will give lessons in Wortbington
on Thursday sud Friday of each
week. Those wi«hiD^ thtir voices!
trained in*} address, A. I. ABER
NATHY, Worthiugtou, Minn.
Food doesn't digest well?
Appetite poor? Bowels
constipated? Tongue coated?
It's yotir liver! Ayer's Pills
are liver pills they cure dys
of all deseriptions, every rnrment guaranteed to fit or n®
sale. Thi-se goods .can't be compared with the "Iland-me
Down" kind. Call and take a look at
Want your mimntaHiP or ln-nrtl a l.oiinttful
brown or rich black? Tlu-ii n.-i-
SO CTS. OP DflUflftisrs, on R. P. hail 4. C«*.. Nashua, N. M.
We Make and Build
O A I E S
Cut-Price Cash Store.