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I. T. Branigau left Thursday night
for St. Paul.
Miss Effie Wolven is clerking in
E. J. Wolven went to St. Paul
W. W. Loveless went to Mankato
Mrs. Tripp returned to her home
in St. Paul Friday.
F. O. Scott of Round Lake was a
county seat visitor Friday.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fields
Friday March 13th, a seven pound
Swanson and Anderson placed in
Hickman's drug store a new floor
show case of their manufacture.
Mr. Gustine contractor of the new
M. E. church finished his work and
Jeft Thursday morning for Kochea
James Kinney of Polk County,
Illinois moved here Friday, locating
in the Leistico house in Clary ad
Henry Debow and wife of Col
ridge, Neb. are visiting here Mrs.
Debow's brother, A. N. Douglass
For Sale—Barley good for seed.
J. O. Larson Indian Lake township,
address Box 70 Route No. 2. Worth
The brick foundation for the new
smoke stack at the light station had
to be rebuilt on account of the
mortar freezing when it was built
making it unfit for the purpose.
Last year some of the high license
people held a caucus and named a
ticket notwithstanding the fusion
caucus if the same is done this year
there will be three tickets in the
A caucus has been called for Sat
urday evening, eight o'clock in
Torrance hall, for the purpose of
nominating village officers without
regard as to their opinion of the
license or no license question.
Miss Amy Darling gave a party
at her home Friday evening to
number of her friends in honor of
her guest, Miss Frances Smith.
Games music and refreshments were
enjoyed and the occasion was a most
Pat Farragher was arrested Thurs
day afternoon and brought before
Justice Dow. A change of venue
was requested and it was taken
before Justice Anderson, who fined
liim twenty dollars and costs
mounting to [twenty seven dollars
and fifty cents. He plead guilty.
It is said Mr. Farragher had a
number of cuts about his head as
well as Mr. Anderson. Attorney
Parsons appeared for the defendant.
|OF 160 ACRES IN1HE FAMOUS
To tiie Renter, the Farmers' Sons, the Poor Man,
this is a chance of a life time to secure a
GOOD FARM ABSOLUTELY FREE in a
country where WHEAT IS KING and crop
failures are unknown.
Stop Wtrkhg For Some One Else!
lit IMDEPEmtEHT ai OWN Y01B 8WH FARM
DON'T WAIT! THESE FARMS WlU. BE TAKEN UP
FAST! WRITE NOW.
W« furnish Free 14verles and Experienced Men to show the
lands and locate you.
W« hm a colonisation arrangement with the Canadian •Goremment to locate a
limited namber of Mttlera oa our land*, and as soon aa this contract is completed This
Offer will be Withdrawn, Remember, yon have aothiar *o pay eacepti ng- a iiome
•teader* fa* of tlOiOQ, which la paid to the Government of Caaada. Yon do not par
Reduced Railway Rates any day. Write us for full in
formation, Maps and Descriptive matter.
305 Jackson 8t.9 ST. PAULV MINN.
'orn,—Thia Company aad if paepoeiUea haa the hearty eadoreenntof thie papers
H. L. Fischer was a Heron Lake
Robert Smith went to St. Paul
Mrs. Thos. Miller went to Windom
Saturday for a visit.
One of W. G. Myer's little
daughters has small pox.
J. M. Shanahan and wife went to
Faribault, Monday morning.
John Darby went to Chicago last
week with a car of horses for Siegel
J. A. Lang of Erksine. Minn,
is visiting Geo. Miller and family
F. R. Ooughran expects to leave
tonight for^Milwaukee for further
treatment for his eyes.
A. O. Steffens underwent an
operation in the nose Tuesday and
id getting along allright.
Will Merwin is employed in the
postoffice during Mr. Coughran's
absence at Milwaukee.
Mrs. C. A. Forbes is growing
weaker and very little hopes are
now entertained for her recovery.
Geo. Miller and wife return ol
Friday from Slayton where they
had been to inspect the new hotel.
Thos. Ronan and wife of Beres
ford, S. D. arrived Friday night for
a visit with their sons, Runan Bros.
Attorney Crandall and Justice C.
W. W. Dow, are exchanging offices
over the Bank of Worthington.
W. J. Parry of Cedar Rapids, was
in town Monday enroute for Adrian.
He likes his present position and
Mrs. J. N. Gould underwent a
successful operation last week per
formed by Dr. Manson. Miss
•Germaine Kennedy is nursing her.
The supper given by the ladies of
the Presbyterian church Friday
evening was well attended.
Misses Biltgen and Allen and Jos
Mackay redered some very pretty
music during the evening. Gross
L. L. Ziener of Crookston has
just closed a deal with George Miller
whereby the latter gets the Park
Hotel at Slayton for 1246 acres of
land in Marshall Co. The deal
represents *29,952 the largest made
here this winter.
Dr. Gray, a specialist of St. Paul,
assisted by Drs. Walker and De
Coster, performed an operation on
Mrs. C. A. Forbes, Sunday fore
noon which was considered succesf ul
and will afford her relief. She is as
comfortable as could be expected
and resting easy since the opera
Mrs. H. Fischer is on the sick list.
J. K. Baker went to South Dakota
Then your liver isn't acting
well. You suffer from bilious
ness, constipation. Ayer's
Pills act directly on the liver.
For 60 years they have been
the StandaiJ Family Pill.
Smail doses cure.
Want your mountache or beard a beautiful ft
blown or rich black 7 Then use 1
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE Mir.
A. O. Steffens left Monday morn
ing for St. Paul to undergo another
J. H. Moeller of Brewster 6 pent
Sunday wit!^ his daughter Mrs.
John Salstrom and wife of Bige
low spent Sunday with parents J. P.
Miss Wallace of Sioux Falls, is
now employed as stenographer in
Attorney Crandall's office.
For Sale—2000 bushels Seed Oats
and Barley. 50 tons Hay 2 good
horses, all on time. H. S. Jones.
The B. Y. P. U. will have a
market and serve lunch at the
Swedish Mercantile Co. Store, on
Saturday March 21st.
E. J. Thompson who has been
employed in R. L. Morland's drug
store left Monday morning for his
home near Milwaukee, Wis.
Maude and Lee Runyon left Mon
day for St. Paul to join their father.
Mrs. Runyon expects to go this
week as soon as some business
matters can be settled up.
Steamships and R. R. tickets in
connection to and from Europe at
lowest rate for cash or on time—by
all first class lines such as Allan,
American, Bea ver, Cunard, Dominion
Holand American, Hamburg Amer
ican, Scandinavian American. Red
Star, White Star lines and others.
When getting ticket from me there
is no delay as lhave the genuine
ticket at my office. S. Kindlund,
office with Peter Thompson. 16—4.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTS
Wm. Sirks on being released from
the county jail after serving time
for a small offense was arrested Sat
urday on the charge of using abusive
language to Duncan Sutherland
May, 17, 1902." He was taken be
fore Justice Dow and a change of
venue taken to Justice Anderson
and a hearing set for Wednesday.
Monday he plead guilty and was
fined five dollars and costs or ten
days in the county jail in default of
payment he again took up his *resi
dence with Sheriff Fauskee.
Attorney Paraons for the defendant
and Jones for the state.
Why You Should Insist on Having
EIREU HARNESS OIL
nequaled by any other.
Renders hard leather soft.
Keeps out water.
A heavy bodied oil.
An excellent preservative.
Reduces cost of your harness.
Never burns the leather its
Efficiency is increased.
titches kept from breaking.
|s sold mall
Standard Oil Company.
W. H. Spong went to Sioux
J. H. Maxwell has purchased
F. F. Runyon residence.
RonanBros. shipped four cars of
stock to Sioux City Monday.
Mr. Nelson is improving his house
West of the Burlington restuarant.
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4'/'' If •.. 'I 7 'l"
Walter Collins returned home
Frank Cutler left Tuesday for
Matt Bray ton of Round Lake, was
a county seat visitor Monday.
Mrs. H. E. Torrance went to Bige
low Wednesday tx a visit with
Miss Vogle of Wilmont, is now
employed in the drug store of R. L.
Donald and Harold Webber of
St. Paul are visiting at the home of
John Schroeder called on friends
here Monday eiroute from Avoca
John Lang left Tuesday for the
northern part of the state to look
over real estate.
A. Oberman shipped three care of
stock Saturday to Chicago and Vic
Thos. E. Sime, of St. Paul, in
tersted in the mill was in town the
first of the week.
R. W. Schmidt has purchased Mr.
Runyon's milk wagon and will
establish a milk route.
Sam Andeison, of Elon, Iowa,
returned Monday. He came *here
to attend the funeral of his father
inlaw, Chas. Saxon.
Mrs. G. O. Moore and Mrs. Foster
Moore went to Sioux City Wedesday
for a visit with Mrs. Robert Miller.
Arthur Firth, Fred Schaefer and
son returned home MonJay from
their trip to Chicago with stock.
John Kraft and wife returned
Tuesday night from an extended
visit at Paullina and Garrison, Iowa.
C'.F. Martin and H. Rust returned
Wednesday morning from Chicago
where thejT had been with two cars
J. D. Matteson came home from
Sloan, Iowa, where he is operating
a flour mill, remaining here until
Mrs. Fred Mohl accompanied her
husband on his Colorado trip Tues
day, intending to stop at Kansas
City for a visit. She visited friends
The heavy rain Monday and Tues
day will have a good effect on the
lake. The creek is running quite
ia stream into it.
The polls were opened at nine
instead of ten as the notice of elec
tion read, because our village
charter fixes, the time and governs.
Peter Cederguen, motherinlaw
and children, of Boone, Iowa,
arrived here this week. Afer they
are fully settled, he will return to
The dance given by the base ball
boys at Masonic hall Tuesday eve.
was well attended considering the
weather, yet the attendance was not
enough to meej expenses and the
boys went back a couple of dollars.
Taken up—Four hogs, two weigh
ing about 75 or 100 lbs, other two
smaller. Came to my place Wed
nesday. Mai en 11. Owner can have
same by calling and paying charges
and proving property.
P. C. McCann,
Sec. 2, Ransom Twp.
Married— Severt L. Sorem and
Mable M. Comer Wednesday, March
18th, at the Manse, Rev. Wilson
Aull officiating. These young peo
ple are both residents of Ransom
township where they have many
vrarm friends, with whom the
Advance joines in extending
congratulations. They will take up
their home on the groom's fathers
The electric lights were available
all day Tuesday. This was a great
convenience to many account of the
dark day. This gave patrons an idea
how nice it would be to have them at
pleasure anytime. If we had an all
day service a number of motors
would be installed for power, but
it is not probable that enough
energy would be used to offset the
expense of operating the plan,
however it would do no harm to
investigate the cost of operation.
The Blind Boone Concert Co.,
played to packed house Monday
evening, there was not even stand
ing »room. Every member of the
company, were good and Blind
Boone marvel. They were unable
to procure any local musician to
play apiece on the piano to enable
him to display his ability to repro
duce such pieces. He did however
reproduce apiece that he heard at
the Presbyterian church Sunday
evening. Everyone in the audience
was more than pleased with the
program, and pronounced it the best
entartainment given in this place.
ALL PUMPS ARE GOOD, BUT.
Orange CityHorald: Along-about
this season of the year, when wliir
ing wings tell of the flight of fowls
northwest, an active microbe begins
woi'k on abuut 30 per cent, of any
community. The boy who used to
own a bored out Springfield musket,
but whose tastes now demand a
hammerless breechloader, gets out
his gun and burnishes it up with as
much care as though thereon de
pended the fate of battle. He loads
his own shells—knows they are
right in that case—draws on rubber
boots and sallies forth. The streams
area great waste of water. black
with washings from the fields and
as yet to cold for waterfowl. His
eye eagerly scans every pass and
his anxious gaze sweeps the horizon
—all to no purpose. The birds are
coming, of course but the microbe
works faster than wing of goose or
mallard, and our hunter has been
rushing the season. But bless him:
he goes home with appetite sharpen
ed, with wits freshened and a relish
for outdoor air which beat liver pills
all hollow. The hunter's microbe
is a blessing disguised it may be
from the eye of dullard or drone,
but one ot the boons of this hum
li Dotsn'l Scare-Folks
to be told the truth about
The scare-crow coffees are those
that hide undtera glazing of factory
eggs, glue and such stuff.
is pure, wholesome,
pnglnzcd, rich In flavor and uniform
in strength. The air-tight, scaled
package insures cleanliness, fresh,
ness and uniformity.
200.000 ACRES FOR. SALE
O E A S E S
i-ocated in St. Louis and Carlton
Counties, Minnesota, in the "Rain
Belt" ind in the region of the
"BIG RED CLOVER"
Rainfr.il is n'.i mdant and drouth is unknown. Soil especial
ly adapted to general farming
ma'icet garden -p.
Natural meadows, nutritious native grasses and perfectly
watered land make this district a splendid dairy and stock
The best ef markets is provided, easy of access, in the citiea
•f Duluth and Superior and the many growing towns of the
Iron Ranges, and all farm products And ready tale at highot
For full information and terns, write or rail
BOSTON & DULUTH FARM LAND CO.
430 SUPERIOR STREET DULUTH, MIHHESOTA
THERE ARE PUMPS AND PUMPS
THE RED JACKET PUMPS
THE PICTURE SHOWS THE DIFFERENCE.
RED JACKET PUMPS
And then ttay are
"SO EASY TO FIX."
"FIX 'EM YOURSELF."
They pump easier and last longer:
child can pump them, and when
they need fixing, it's easy,
A MONKEY WRENCH DOES ITS
COMC IN AND LET US TELL YOU MORE ABOUT THEM.
Consumption is a human
weed flourishing best in weak
lungs. Like other weeds it's
easily destroyed while young
when old, sometimes im
Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak land and the
weeds will disappear.
The best lung fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsion. Salt pork
is good too, but it is very hard
The time to treat consump
tion is when you begin trying
to hide it from yourself.
Others see it, you won't.
Don't wait until you can't
deceive yourself any longer.
Begin with the first thorn ht
to take Scott's Emulsion. If
it isn't really consumption so
much the better you will soon
forget it and be better for the
treatment. If it is consump
tion you can't expect to be
cured at once, but if you will
begin in time and will be
rigidly regular in your treat
ment you will win.
Scott's Emulsion, fresh air,
rest all you can, eat all you
can, that's the treatment and
that's the best treatment.
':.. v^ N i®l
We will send you
a little of the Emul
Be sure that this picture in
the form of a label is oil the
wrapper of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N- Y.
oc. and St all druggists.
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