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|)R. B. C. DIECKHOFF,
Office over Nobles County Bank.
PHONE NO. 31.
A. H. WHITE
In -Nobles County
And in all the Northern Counties.
Makes Farm Loans.
Writes Insurance, and
Deals in City Property.
Match Any Trade.
P. O. Box
852. Phone 222.
Baled Hay 8.00 to 7.5o
Barley $ .3
sgg». ... ..r. ir
Wheat No. 5N
Wheat No. 3 5r,
Hogs $6 28 to 6.41
Daily Wewtlier Report.
Chicago, 111., Mch. 19,1903
Rain or snow tonight.
Sears at Masonic Hall Saturday
Insure in the old Phoenix with
A. H. White.
For sale—House and lot. Oscar
J. E. Martin in Lorain township
has small pox.
Tickets and seats at Morland's
for The Sears lecture now on sale.
Mrs. Geo. Smith of LeMars,
visited Mrs. F. R. Coughran Thurs
Read the notice of the Improve
ment League meeting and plan to
A. J. Kannal has just completed
papering the Episcopal church mak
ing quite an improvement.
Draying—Am prepared to do
draying of every description. Prices
and work guaranteed. J. E. Stone
sifer, phone 53. 9tf.
Mrs. M. J. Campbell arrived here
Thursday morning to join her
husband. They move here from
Sac County, Iowa and will locate in
It's never still a minute
Works with all its might,
Makes people well and happy,
Rocky Mountain Tea taken at
night. City Pharmacy.
C. M. Skinner who was once a
residence of this community died at
Manitowoc, Wis, the latter part of
test week \^hile at a banquet of
Royal Arch Masons.
North Dakota, South Dakota,
Northern Minnesota wild and im
proved land on easy terms and
Minnesota and Wisconsin timber
lands buy of your home dealer.
M. E. Lawton, agent.
All members of the Worthington
Improvement League £re requested
to meet at the residence of Dr. F. M.
Manson, Saturday P. M. March, 21st
at 3 o'clock. Business of importance
is to transacted and a large attend
ance is desired.
J. M. Shanahan has been unload
ing more machinery this week and
were it not' for the fact .that the
farmers were taking away their
season's supply, he would be obliged
to find other quarters to take care
of it. Buggies are prominent among
the articles that farmers are buy
"Just in the nick of time our little
boy was saved" writes Mrs. W.
Watkins of Pleasant City, Ohio.
"Pneumonia had played sad havoc
with him and a terrible cough set
in besides. Doctors treated him,
but he grew worse every day. At
last we tried Dr. Kings New
Discovery for Consumption, and
darling was saved. He's now
Bound, and well." Everybody
ought to know, it's the only sure
cure for coughs, Colds and all Lung
Guaranteed by all
Druggists. Price 50cand$1.00 Trial
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
& Co Prop, Toledo O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years
and believe him perfectly honor
able for all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their arm.
West & Truax Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, O., Walding, Kinnan
& Marvin, Wholesale Druggists
Hall's Catrrah Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Testimonianly
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Wall paper at Chaney and
Do not fail to hear Sears at
Masonic hall Saturday night.
Mr. Meachfim returned the first
of the week from a visit in Iuwa.
Pure Neats foot oil will make
your harness more durable get a
supply at Stitsers.
We give a fine toy Clothes Wringer
with each Advance—year guarantee
—Clothes Wringer. Dieckhoff Bros.
A child of R. J. Jones, Reading
died Saturday and furuoral held
Do not fail to let us figure on
Building Materail. Special snap on
Nails also Barb, Wire. Dieckhoff
Robert Burnett returned Wednes
day from Pipestone where, he went
for examination by the pension
Anton Paulson while intoxicated
Thursday insulted some ladies at
the depot and was taken to the lock
up to sober up.
La grippe coughs yield quickly to
the wonderful curative qualities of
Foley's Honey and Tar. There is
nothing else "just as good."
A racing circuit of a number of
Iowa and South Dakota towns in
cluding Worthington has been or
ganized. It requires available funds
of $1500 for purses to get in this cir
The ladies aid society of the Con
gregational church will be glad to
welcome all to an old time spelling
match after an evening meal, in
A. O. U. W. hall, beginning
at 5:30 p. m. Friday, March 27th.
Tickets 25 cents.
Choice wall paper just arrived at
"City Pharmacy." Late styles and
handsome patterns. No ancient
remnants to work off on you. Prices
that will draw trade.. Call and see
A cold at this time if neglected is
liable to cause pneumonia which is
so often fatal, and even when the
patient has recovered the lungs are
weakened, making them peculiarly
susceptible to the developement of
consumption. Foley's Honey and
Tar will stop the cough heal and
strengthen the lungs and prevents
pneumonia. City Pharmacy.
Every sack of flour you purchase
not manufactured by the Home Mill
means you are pulling down your
home enterprise and building up
some other mill and some other
town. Got any good reason for doing
so If so let us know what it is
and we will right it if possible.
Worhington Milling Co,
H. V. Miller Mgr.
How often you hear it remarked:
"It's only a cold.," and'a few days
later learn that the man is on his
back with pneumonia. This is of
such common occurrence that a cold,
however slight, should not be dis
regarded. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy counteracts any tendency
toward pneumonia. It always cures
and is pleasant to take. Sold by all
THE EASY PILL
DeWitts Little Early Risers do
not gripe nor weaken the system
They cure biliousness, jaundice,
constipatin and inactive liver by
arousing the secretions, moving the
bowels gently, yet effectually, and
giving tiuch one and strength to the
glands of the stomach, liver and
bowels that the cause of the trouble
is removed entirely. These famous
little pills exert a decided tonic
effect upon the orgns involved and,
continued for a few
dayB there will
no return of the
ADVANCE, MARCH 20, 901
H. J. BLUME,
The crowned heads of every nation
The rich men, poor men and misers
All join in paying tribute to
DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
A paint and powder complexion
only imitates nature—nothing real.
When you get a genuine Rocky
Mountain Tea complexion it has
come to stay never comes off. 35
cents. City Pharmacy.
There's music in the birds
There's music in the bees
There's music in the forests
In the grand old trees
Nature symphony is sweet
And without a single jerk,
But we listen to the music
In the ironing of your shirt.
Worthington Steam Ldy.
A WEAK STOMACH.
causes a weak body and invites
diesase. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
cures and strenghens the stomach,
and wards off and overcomes dis
ease. J. B. Taylor a- prominent
merchant of Cbriesman Tex., says:
"I could not eat because of a weak
stomach. 1 lost all strenght and ran
down in weight. All that money
could do was done, but all hope of
recovery vanished. Hearing of some
wonderful cures effected by use of
Eodol, I concluded to try it The
first bottle benefited me, agfl after
taking four bottles I am fully
restored to my strength, weight
and health." Sold by all druggists.
STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS
OFF THE COLD.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure,
oa pay. Price 25 cents.
A W E 8 E
th* moat hoalino «alv« in th* world
The Advance for latest news.
There's a Saying
That GOE.S without Saying-
Tents in 50 States and provinces.
When other orders seek your support compare these figures with what they can show.
For additional facts concerning this popular order apply to
Local Tent Officers.
The soda cracker you have heard so much
about. Sold only in the In-er-seal Package,
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
which should interest "the boys" in their
own behalf, and others in behalf of the boys
There are over 50 young meu and boyo that
are drawing—how much in salaries
$25,000 a Year at $40.00 Per Month.
TIIEY GUT MORE THAN THAT.
At Least Forty of Them Should Own Bank Accounts.
"Gather gear by all the wiles with honor frought—Not to hide
'it in a hedge, nor for a train attendant, but for the glorious privilege of
Cfre Citizens national Bank
pays 4 per cent, interest and wants deposits
by young men who
Some Interesting Figures
Maccabees of the World.
Membership March 1st, 19^3 317'287
Benefits paid last year .• $2609006a32
Surplus aud Reserve Fund $2473376a 16
Gain in Reserve last year $ 77 1000.00
New Members admitted last year 74*806
JOHN S. TOLVERSEN,
'TWOULD SPOIL THE STORY
TO TELL IT IN THE
To use an eighteenth century
phrase, this is an "o'er true tale."
Having happened in a small Virginia
town in the winter of 1902, it is a
story very much of the prosent. Up
to a short time ago Mrs. John E.
Harmon, of Melfa Station, Va. had,
no personal knowledge of the rare
curative properties of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. "Last January,"
she says, "my baby took a dreadful
cold and at one time I feared she
would have pneumonia, but one of
my neighbois told me how this
remedy had cured her ittlle ooy and
I began giving it to my baby at
once and it soon cured her. I heart
ily thank the manufacturers of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
placing so great a cure within my
reach. I cannot recommend it too
highly or say too much in its favor.
I hope all who read tihs will try it
and be convinced as I was." For
sale by all druggists.
ODN'T BE Fool*:h
This market is belli* Hood,.
With worthless Imitations
To protect the public we to
especial attention tu our tra'1
mark, printed on every pact
•ve. demand the geirj.'ae
Pw bl* Of'mtrim
•Caveats, and Trade-Mark* obtained acd all Pat»(
conducted for MODERATE FCC*.
iOurOmetitcmtiTt U. 8. patent OFrict
•ana we can secure patent in leu u*ic than those
(remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., With oescn
ftiiMb We advise, if patentable or not, ire'. of(
tcharse. Onr fee at due till patent is cu' ,d.
Pahmlct. to Obtain Patents/ w!tn
|colt of samela the U. S. and foreign countries
Isent free. Address,
ft Ow. P»TMT ©TPICC. WA» KOTOW. P. C.
Kent, Ac |j
For Rent—Six room house and
barn. Enquire at this office. 1 3tf.
For—Sale Cook stove, good as
new, very cheap. Thos Hambly.
For Sale—My residence. M. E.
For Sale—Choice Seed Corn. Fred
Darling. 7 6 2.
For Sale—Big team, harness and
wagon. C. G. Anderson. 7tf.
Boarding, lodging, and warm
rooms at No 1311 3rd Ave.
Scavenger work promptly done at
reasonhable rates. Phone 141
2—2. Ben Potter 2—3—6.
A town lot for garden use In
quire of Frank Klien. 2—9.
For Rent—Two rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Also a good barn.
Inquire of H. Flunet, 7th ave, be
tween 12th and 13th sts.
For Sale Cheap—cash, or on time,
one $120 phaeton, one double seated
buggy, one lumbar wagon with top
box. E. J. Wolven. 3—lOtf.
For Sale—Cows, Horsefe, wagons,
buggies and hay machinery. Fred
Rose. Phone 193—Jl.
For Sale—Hay and straw,
delivered on short notice." See Fred
Rose by phone, 193 1.
For Rent and Sale—House on 10th
street, light driving team, with
harness. A. H. White 6tf
For Sale— Desirable residence
property on lake front $1800. $800
cash balance suit purchaser. Enquire
at this office. 23tf.
For Sale—Horses, two lumber
wagong, top buggy, sulky plow
single harness and garden drill.
Fred Darling. 7 d. 6 2.
For Sale or Trade—Hay barn 30
40 in rear of office, 1 lightening
hay press, 1 dray wagon in good
repair. F. C. Turner. 4—tf.
A very comfortable four room
house—new and in good condition
—with small stable for sale on very
easy term by J. M. Messer. at
Citizens National bat:k. 29 tf.
For Infants and Children
Han Always Bought
A Large Majority Against—Third
Ticket Helps Defeat License.
The village election held Tuesday
passed off quiet and orderly but a
great deal of interest manifested in
results, especially as to the vote for
two cadidates as well as the license
question. The following are the
number'of votes cast for each cadi
E. A. Tripp
J. N. Gould,
John Ramage 164
D. Anderson, 203
O. W. Dieckhoff, 226
W. E. Oliver, 310
W. I. Humiston, 20(5
M. P. Mann, 249
Loren Clark, 261 49
J. M. Mcsier, 212
Fred Wall, 297 115
J. S. Tolverson, 165
Louis Wall, 17
Harvey Rew, 256 36
J. H. Maxwell, 220
P. O. O'Connor 324 175
A. R. Bloom, 149
R. P. Free 277 81
J. P. Loveless 196
C. W. W. Dow 438
J. W. Read, 169
Gilbert Anderson 316
J. H. Scott, 31
Against License 271 68
For License 203
There were 479 votes cast, of these
there were forty with the title "Peo
ples Independent Ticket" and of
those lorty tickets about fifteen were
against license while the printing on
all read for license. There were
three ballots thrown out. One drawn
Out because of too many ballots and
during the counting a no license and
citizens ticket were found folded
together, the former on top with a
cross opposite the name of each
candidate neither ticket being
In 1901 there wore 520 votes cast
1902, 740 and a majority of fifty
three for license.
The result is not due solely to in
creased permanent no license vote*
but the no license people were very
hopeful of winning from the start,
they had actually increased in
numbers. One reason being during
the past year there has been so
many cases of intoxication on the
streets, quarrels due to liquor and
so many young boys have been seen
with liquor in their possession and
in an intoxicated condition. Another
reason, there was a great deal of
spite work, some would not accept
any ticket with Dr. Gould and
Messer as cadidates. These men
were named at a citizen's caucus,
participated in by men who favored
and objected to license and by men
who desired candidates irrespective
of their opinion on the license ques
tion. The men nayned were proper
and fittingly qualified to conduct
village affairs under all circum
stances, but there was a desire on
tne part of some to name a high
license ticket and have it in the
field, resulting in the calling of a
caucus Monday night. Some of the
supporters of the high license ticket
movement were given to understand
that unless the Citizen's ticket was
endorsed or no other ticket put in
the field the to
11 would go dry.
This resulted in no ticket being
named at the caucus. But, there
was such a strong desire on the
part of some to defeat (iould and
Messer, that they could not accept
the situation, consequently a third
ticket was made up by some one,
which at the present time no one
will father. These ticket were
quietly circulated where they would
do tbe most good, but they were
soon discovered and then aggressive
work began. The friends of Mr.
Gould and Messer turned out and
voted against license. Both factions
can claim vindication as the two
candidates were defeated as well as
license. There were numerous other
personal matters causing the chang
ing of votes from one candidate
to the other, the sign question pro
minent among them.
An incident of the election was
that only two of the old council are
in town and they opposing candi
dates for the same office, however
there is no ill feeling existing be
teen them to any extent.
Another, Pat. O'Connor tells some
of the defeated candiates he could
have spared them a few votes if
they had only asKed for them.
One young man who cast his first
vote voted against license.
The men elected are not bound
by any act or pledge to give any
special administration except a
business one. Their ability and
character indicate they will do this.
The license of the saloons now
here expire April 9th, midnight, or
legal hour of closing on that day.
There is no objections being made
to the results and the situation be
ing accepted with good grace.