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Do you want dry lumber?
Do you need fencing?
Buy it from
Are you going to build anything?
Do you want any kind of building material?
Do you want what you buy?—Trade with
R. L* Dunlap, Res Mgr. WORTHINGTON, MINN.
are seeking Joblots and Shopworn stuff yon will miss it it you
look for them at our place. But if you are s^ekiug for new afid up
to-date merchandise you will find our store is just the place you are
We are receiving new invoices of spring goods that will do you
good to examine before making your purchase.
We give a green stamp with every 10c purchase.
Remember the place—in Peterson-Stitser Building.
Besides a full line of Furniture
and Undertaking, at
We have just received a fine line of
f. M. I1ICKMAN,
John A. Sahlbom. John A. Albinson.
Patton's Sun Proof and Oilt Edge Paints
are strictly pure.
is one of the oldest and most popular woven wire fences on the
market. Every rod positively guaranteed by the American Steel
aad Wire Company
are second to none. They are sold by
THE SAHLBOM HARDWARE CO
i' if tl 1 ii'-'HHI
C. COLMAN LUMBER CO.
.Swedish Mercantile Co.
All Kinds of copying, enlarging and framing of pictures
At Very Low Prices
Books and Ladies'
John A. Boberg.
TT7ILL sell or trade clear title
W lands in Dakota and gangm,
and money to loan on real estate in
this county. E. J. Wolven.
See Shanahan's ad on
Attorney Crandall went
Luverne Tuesday afternoon.
Pres. of Council—S. B. Bedford.
Councihaen. —A. W. Ferrin. Wm.
Warring, S. T. Wood.
Recorder—C. E. Boddy.
Justices—Dr. A. A. Rankin.
Constbles—Alfred Reese, E. G.
Assessor—J. G. Mitchell.
The township ticket was as fol
For Chairman—F. fl. Thompson.
For Supervisors—H. C. Wasmond,
For Town Clerk—F. J. Johnson.
For Assessor—John Black.
For Treasurer—W. F. Easdorf.
For Justice of the Peace—John
For Constable L. B. Bassett.
For Sale—Yellow seed corn, 12.00
per bushel, leave order with Jos.
Loveless. F. M, Perce. 9—4
Mrs. W. J. Thompson of Adrian
and a sister of County Attorney
Jones is visiting Mrs. J. H. James.
The meeting of the Tourist Club
Tuesday evening has been post
poned to Wednesday evening, with
Mrs. H. P. Lewis.
Five hundred bushels of Northrop
King's northern grown kilri1- dried
yellow dent seed corn for sale at
all four points. Douglass elevator
Misses Nettie and Lottie Nelson,
of Kinbrae, boarded the train here
yesterday for Minneapolis, where
they will visit friends for a short
time. Miss Nettie will go from
there to Chicago to resume her
duties in a wholesale clothing house.
Miss Jennie Billington has closed
her school near Kanaraniz and on
Saturday left for Mitchell S. D.
where her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Jens
Billington now /eside. Mr. Billing
ton for several years was employed
with the Huntinton Bros.—Herald
Miss Rae Leverich is expected
home from St. Paul today. She has
been studying spring millinery
styles and will go tomorrow to Dell
Bapids, South Dakota to accept
position in that line.—Lakefield
Dr. J. N. Gould, of Worthington
was called out to the Sorgenfrey
farm, about a mile north of here
yesterday, to see what he could do
for Mr. S's. cattle several head hav
ing having already died from some
dangerous cattle disease.—Round
ELECTION AT RUSHMORE.
Election day passed off in Rush
more in its usual quiet manner1.
Caucuses were held for both the
village and township in the town
hall anrl all pit up were elected
there l-iug it one unanimous
ticket. .Ia th»» town it was as
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Vou have liver or kidney
troubles delay Is dangerous.
But do not despair, we offer you
a sure, sate and speedy cure in
Dr. J. H. HeLean's Liver
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known remedy tor these ills.
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If he doesn't sell it, tend us
11.00 and his name, and we will
express you a bottle, charges
prepaid. Writs tor booklet
THE M. J.H.M&EAN MUMCWE CO.
St. Lotit, Ho.
The Results of Several Villages
Adrian Village—Mayor, O. W.
Freeman councilmen J. E. Faragher
J. G. Murphy, Wililam Hitchene
recorder, G. L. Ellsworth Treasur
er, J. A. Kennedy assessor, Wm.
Wigham Justice of the Peace E.
Goonenousfh street commissioner,
F. W. Ellsworth. There were two
tickes in the field and with one ex
ception the regular caucus ticket
Lismore village—President, E.
Graf trustees, O. B. Bratager,
Frank McVenis, M. Plemp clerk,
C.N. Sawyer assessor, Vaughan
constable W. Duvenhoeger justice,
A. Peters street commissioner,
Lismore township—Chairman, W.
A. R. Grapes supervisors John
Wunderle, F. M. Knowlton clerk,
I. H. Sipes treasurer, Thomas Mc
Lean assessor F. E. Kowlton. The
proposition to detach the village of
Lismore carried by a majority of
Westside township:— Chairman,
Manuel Cross superviors Peter
RufiSng John Hotz clerk, Heike
Rust treasurer Ferd Lenz assessor,
Peter Walrieh, W. E. Taylor, Peter
Ruffing and John Hotz all received
the same number of votes for
supervisor and as only two were
chosen, lots were cast and Mr.
Taylor unlucky, or lucky, just ac
cording to the way he may look at
Olney township—Chairman J.
C. Thom supervisors, D. Keller,
J. C. Hoskins clerk, James
Greig treasurer J. J. Rohwu?
assessor, Wm. Thom Justice of
the Peace, John Weidert.
Grand Prairie—Chairman O. D.
Brayn superisors, J. P. Campbell
Patrick Kenny clerk, Thomas
Burke treasurer, Jno. N. Lenz
assessor, Thomas Carey justice,
Miles Birkett constable, F. Smith.
Wilmont Village—President, C.
W. Mead trustees Mr. Vogel, W.
H. Sievert, Mr. Bolgeman recorder
E. Brickson treasuer, Thomas Hays.
Village of Ellsworth—Wm. Bofen
kamp, president Ed Fogarty, W. Z.
Newell and P. B. Soholtes council
men C. C. Crowley, recorder M.
B. Burke tresurer B. H. Basing jr.
assessor Martin Finnerty constable,
G. W. Smith and B. Ball justices.
Dundee Vilage—B. N. Bodelson
president of council F. A. Pasco,
A. R. Schmidt and S. H. Brown
trustees E. S. Humble, recorder
H. Johnson, treasurer Andrew
Ruse assessor W. P. Jones and H.
A. Crosby, constables C. M. At
wood and Jas.McDonald justices of
Round Lake Village—Chas. Nie
naber president of the council and
S. W. Harrington, H. D. C. Katt
and E. D. Tripp members of the
council. J. L. Mangleson treasurer
and J. C. Thompson recorder. W.
E. Thielvoldt and H. E. Harrington
justices of the peace, and Steve
Freeman and Duncan Sutherland
Indian Lake—Supervisors O.
Thompson, chairman Jens Langseth
and John A. Saxon town clerk, R.
W. Abbott assesor Albert Hactor
treasurer, A. A. Abbott justices
of the peace, John O. Larson and
constabe Frad Coyer.
Brewster—H. Mckellar president,
G. E. Hagerman and A. P. Jacobs
Council and B. T. McChesney was
re-elected. The offices of recorder
and treasurer will again be held by
Messrs Rabenau and Ebert, and A.
W. Weinandt will act as assessor.
John Wey and Thos. H. Strand
were chosen to wear judicial robes,
and John Hein and Dennis Silver
were elected constables.
Klessig, B. L. Sorem and Chris
Kunkel. Clerk, Robert Shore.
Treas. J. E. Shore. Assessor F. T.
Graves. Constable, Matt Jensen.
Road overseeres G. L. Bristol, G.
E. Kizer, Matt Jensen and John
Bigelow Village—President J. A.
Fialka Trustees, Geo. W. Foote,
8. Wesby C. F. Modisett. Recorder
E. F. Clower Treas. J. E. Salstrom
justice of Peace, E. F. Clower
Constables F. L. Lane, John Over
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Is once more before the public
an auctioneer. Will cry all kinds ol
sales aud guarantee. Will have
notes cashed as cheap if not cheaper
than anyone else. See him befort
securing your auctioneer for terms
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Office over Banfc of Worthington
Attorney at Law.
Real Estate aud Loans.
Attorney at Law,
Ten years experience In the practice of law.
Farm loans. Insurance and Collection*
A. H. OLABK
Physician and S urgeon
Residence cor. 11th street and 6th
ave., two blocks above Court House
Office over Citizens' National Bank.
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All calls attended promptly.
"yjfM. A. SAXON, D. O.,
Treatment parlors on 3d Ave. next
to Pannell's residence.
mr Phone 128
W.T. DeCoster, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Besidence in Stitser
Hours 11 to 12 a, m. 2 to 5 p. m.
Office in Baker Block.
pRANK F. RILEY, D. M. D,
Office next to Globe Printing
J)R. J. N. GOULD,
Office at Western House.
J)# S. WILKENSON,
Mason and Contractor
and Seeker's Fxcur
sion every week!
Jntil our 50-quarter sect on*
in Traverse and Wiki Cc
are closed out.
Deep black soil, clay
at 40 to 60 feet.
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