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Over 50 years ago. Doctors took right
hold of it. Keep their hold yet. The
eldest, best Sarsaparilla—Ayer's.
See me if you wish a loan on your
farm. A. H. White.
The press speaks very highly of
Mr. Sears as a lecturer.
Quick Meal Ranges the most
durable and low priced. Dieckhoff
The 4th and next to the last
lecture course, Masonic hall Satur
day evening, March 21st.
Go and bear Sears and have a
good laugh, as well as be instructed
on the blight side of life.
Two good span of horses, for sale.
J. S. Firth,
We have received another lot of
fancy wash goods for shirt waists
etc. call and see them, Nichols and
Lost—March 11 dark brown fur
coat with light gray ^collar, on the
diagonal road. Finder please leave
at this office and receive reward.
jThe past weeks weather has been
very wet, raining nearly all week
and a part of the time very hard.
Frost is coming out of the Jground
very rapidly and mud getting deep.
F. R. Coughran returned Thurs
day afternoon from Milwaukee. His
eyes are improving and have made
better progress than the physician
Artisic paper hanging, interior
decorating general painting and
sign painting. Thompson and
Friedell. Leave orders at Dieckhoff
Bros, or Cheney and Mackay.
Mrs. C. A. Forbes died this Thurs
day morning at 6:50. Funeral will
beheld Saturday afternoon after two
o'clock. Definite time and location
not announced yet.
Burlington House for sale or rent
or wiJl trade for good farm in
Nobles couiity and pay difference.
Inquii'e of Mrs. D. W. Chute Worth
ington, Mian. 8tf.
The ladies of the Episcopal church
will serve supper in the A. O. LT. W.
hall Saturday March, 21st, com
mencing at 5:30. Supper 25 cents.
All are cordially invited.
All parties indebted to me are re
quested to call and settle within ten
days or accounts will be placed with
attorney for collection. F. C.
Turner, March 21 1903. 3—12
Is your tongue coated Are you
nervous and weak Have you sick
headach? De you bloat after eat
ing? Rocky Mountain Tea will
positively cure you. 35 cents. City
J. M. Shanahan has "a sample of
buggy wheels showing the material
used in the buggies he sells. The
spokes are broken and ^twisted and
their appearance demonstrates that
only the best materials are used.
Call and see it.
The best pill 'neath the stars and
It cleanses the system and never
Lttle Early risers of worldly repute
Ask for DeWitt's and take no
A small pill easy to buy, easy to
take and easy to act, but never fail
ing in results. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers rouse the secretions and act
as a tonic to the liver, curing
permanently. All druggists.
Mrs. .T. D. Humiston and Mrs. F.
L. Humiston gave a St. Patrick's
party at the home of the former
Tuesday evening to number of their
lady friends. The rooms were
tastefully decorated in green. Green
frogs, snakes and the blarny store
were among the designs. Some of
the ladies were attired in fine
character costumes. Refreshments
wfere served and a most delightful
time enjoyed. R. H. Torrance and
Joe. Mackay rendered some pleas
ing instrumental music.
(his •ipiktnre is o-j every box of the genula*
at the new designs at Chaney
A new lot of calicoes percales
and ginghams just received at
Nichols and Co.
Lawton went north with a
party of land seekers Wednesday.
Sears on "More Taffy and Less
Epitaptiiy" Masonic hall Saturday,
Course ticket holders, do not
forget to have your seats reserved
for thejiears lecture.
Call and see the new belts,
chatalaiae bags and fancy bead
chains at Nichols and Co.
A. Holle conductor on the Sioux
Falls line and son in law of Gilbert
Anderson has movedbere occupying
the Hibbard place.
R. V. Hattenhauer has employed
J. H. Jfruse, of Cherokee a man
who makes a specialty of plow
work. Mr. Hattenhauer is not only
an experienced workman in this
line and with this assistant is in a
position to attend the wants of the
farmers in this line.
Tickets and reserved seats will be
on sale tomorrow Friday morning
at 8 o'clock for The Sears lecture
'•more taffy and less epitaphy for
this Saturday night, March 21st
Masonic hall. The committee have
been handicapped on this date and
have not yet got their advertising
matter but it will come off as stated
above and no one wants to miss it.
"Cole's bolisalve has been a
favorite, household remedy with us
for years" writes Capt., J. W.
Patridge Belfast, "We have
never seen anything that compares
with it as a cure for burns, cuts
catarrh, weak and sore eyes, chil
blains, sores ad all itchig diseases."
Cole's is guaranteed. Keek a box
handy. 25 and 50 cents. Sold by all
I. T. Branigan will deliver an
address on '"Citizenship" under the
auspices of the Eagle lodge at
Peterbon and Stitser hall next
Thursday evening, March 26. A
musical program will be arranged
and light refreshments served. A
general invitation is extended as the
entertaimnent is free. Mr. Branigan
is an able speaker and the subject
a good one therefore this will be
an interesting meeting.
Walter Aagaard will move with
his family to Bradon, Canada, early
next month. He has purchased a
residence there. This is a very nice
and large town situated on the
Assinniboina river surrounded by
the most fertile farm land. There
is a government exprimental farm
and Indian school located there. The
town ha3 a number of wholesale
houses and and some large, stone
buildings. It is a fine town to reside
in. It is probably the largest town
between Winnepeg and the Paccific
Coast on the Canadian Pacific road.
The Douglass Elevator Co. re
cently planted fifty four kernels
of corn taken from a supply without
selection and every kernel sprouted
This denotes the excellent quality
of stock from the Northrop King
and Co' supply. The farmers can
not be too careful where they pur
chase their seed corn this year. We
expected to have published before
this, an article showing how farmers
are being swindled by irresponsible
parties shipping corn by the car
loads for seed that is nothing more
than corn picrked up regardless of
its seed qualities. Be careful of
your seed corn.
Wednesday afternoon Richard
Darling was brought to town by
his wife for examination as to his
mental condition. He was taken
before Judge Cory. Thursday
morning and an examination con
ducted by Drs. Clark and Walker
resulting in Mr. Darling being com
mitted to the hospital at St. Peter.
He is not violent, out acts and talks
irreationl. He is also very weak
physically and had to be carried
around. Sheriff Fauskee accom
pained by Dr. DeCoster left with
him Thursday afternoon for the
Come to the Sunday services.
You are welcome. The morning
theme:—The Golden Rule.
The evening sermon will be the
first of several Plain talks" on
Matters We Are All Interested In.
The Kind You Have Always Btqgji
from 7 o'clock
Ladies Rubbers—A small lot of odds
and ends, not all sizes, to cut them out^
Underpriced— 5 dozen ladies'
leather b-lts, an assorted lot worth up to
Silk RemoaDts—Several silk remnants
in plain and fancy silks, any one at the
Ladies' Hose —50 dozen pair of ladies'
last black seamless half hose, the 15c
kind, all you want, per pair 09C
Cured by the use of Kodol are received dally
Their troubles nearly all begin with Indlgw
Hon or other stomach disorder.
If the food you eat fails to give strength
to your body, it is because the Juices se
creted by the stomach and digestive orgam
are inadequate to transform the nutrient prop
erties of the food into blood. That to
indigestion. The system is deprived of th«
amount of nourishment required to keep u|
the strength, and the result is that one ot
more of the delicate organs gradually growl
weak, and then weaker, until finally it ii
diseased. Here a gr6at mistake is made
That of treating the diseased organ. Tha
best doctors in the land make this very
mistake. Why should they It Is so easy
to see that the trouble is not then.
This famous remedy puts the stomach
digestive organs in a healthy condition so
that rich, red blood is sent coursing through
the veins and arteries of every muscle, tissue
and fiber throughout «very organ of the en
tire body, and by Nature's law of health, full
strength and vigor is soon restored to each.
Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all
I have taken Kodol for nearly two months
after each meal and it is the only remedy
that gave relief from the terrible pains I
endured. After a time I would take it but
once a day. and how, while I keep a bottlr
handy. I seldom need it, as it has cured me.
MRS. J. W. COOLBAUOH,
Kodol Digests What You Eat.
Bottles only. $1.00 Size holding 2K times the
•Iza, which sells for 50 cents.
Prepared by E. O. D.WITT & CO., OHIOAQO
THE STOMACH IS THE MAN.
A weak stomach weakens the
man because it cannot transform
the food he' eats into nourishment.
Health and strength cannot be
restored to any sickman or weak
woman without first restoring
health and strength to the stomach.
A weak stomach cannot digest
enough food to feed the tissues and
revive the tired and run down limbs
and grans of the body. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure cleanses, purifies,
sweetens and strengthens tie glands
and membranes of the stomach, and
cures indigestion dyspepsia and all
stomach trouble*. Sold by all
E I S O E
Extra fecials for Friday Saturday
Comprising goods of unusual quality, at a heretofore unknown price.
New spring things at 1-4. 1*3 and 1-2 less than the usual pricings. Think
twice before you let these items pass. Supply your summer's wants
We will place on sale
5000 yards of A and
Toile dtt Nord Ginghams
the swellest of this sea
son's patterns, all new
spring styles* checks,
plaids, stripes and plain
colors, the season's best
assortment is now here.
Your choice of the entire
lot, special for Friday
and Sat. evenings, yard
While in Our Store Ask to See Our Line of
NEW SPRING TAILORED SUITS,
a revelation in the suit business new methods and new
styles—new everything. You will be agreeably surpris
ed at the low prices.
DEWITT'S WITCH HAZEL SALVE.
The only postive cure for blind,
bleeding, itching and protruding
piles, cuts burns, bruises, eczema
and all abrasions of the skin. De
Witt's is the only Witch Hazel Salve
that- is made from the pure, unadul
terated witch hazel—all others are
counerfeit De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve is made to cure—counterfeits
are made too sell. All Druggists.
ORDER FOR HEARING APPLI
CATION FOR APPOINTMENT
STATE OF MINNESOTA, county
of Nobles ss.
In probate court, special term,
March, 19, 1903.
In the matter of the .estate of
"Annie Gibson deceased:
On receiving and filing the peti
tion of Jaines Gibson Jr., of the
county of Nobles representing
among other things, that Annie
Gibson late of the county of Nobles
in the state of Minnesota, on the
18th day of January A. D., 1903,
at the county of Nobles died in
testate, and being an, inhabitant of
this county, at the time of her
death leaving goods, chattels, and
estates within this county, and that
the said petitioner is a son of said
deceased, and praying that admin
istration of said estate be to «aid
James Gibson Jr. granted
It is ordered, that said petition
be h^aid before said court, on Mon
day the 13th day of April A. D. 1903,
at one o'clock p. m. at the probate
office, in the court-house in Worth
ington in said county.
Ordered Further that notice
thereof be given to the heirs of said
deceased and to all persons interest
ed, by publishing this older once in
each week for three successive
weeks prior to said day of hearing
in the Worthington Advance a
weekly newspaper printed and
published at Worthington in said
Dated at Worthington Minn., the
19th day of March A. D., 1903.
By the Court,
Seal. C. M. Cory,
Judge of Probate.
Mar 20 Apr 3
The Kind You Haw Always BoufiH
Children's Spring Cbps Unusually
low pi iced, all weol caps, the latest shapes
black. bJue aud red 50c 39C 25C
Bed Spreads—5 dozen white quilt*,
full size good patterns, the Raleigh Ibrand
always sell at SI.25, any one 98c
Umbrellas—4 dozen ladies umbrellas,
black only, assorted shaped Randies, value
$1.25 to $1.75, ycur choice only
Designer—The foremost magaz ne of
fashions for womeo, reg. price SI ytar, we
will take jour subscription
for only.. HOC
Francis H. Bule, Pachuca Mexico,
writes "For years have used
Cole's Carbolisoap and have found
nothing else so refreshing for the
bath. It is a grand skin preserva
tive and its perfume is mos
agrceablle." It is purely vegetable
and delightfully refreshing. Sold
by all druggists.
At high noon on Monday March 9th,
occured the marriage of Mr. Clyde
E. Williams to Etna Hagerman,
of Waterloo, Iowa.
The bride is well known here
haveing been here a few years ago
and during her recent stay has made
a wide circle of friends. She is the
daughter of J. L. Hagerman de-
The groom is one of Brewster's
prosperous farmers having lived
here a greater part of his life, he is
the son of Joseph Williams, of
Mr. and Mrs. Williams started on a
wedding tour immediately after
their marriage, after which they
will return to this city to live.
May their wedded life be one of
happiness is the wish of all included
MOTHERS RELY ON IT.
Nurses endorse it children like it
and it always cures. Cole's Cough*
Cure robs croup of its terrors, con
quers the grip and thousands of
wonderful cure of coughs, bronchitis,
consumption and stubborn lungs
and throat troubles attest its merit.
It cures in a way to stay cured.
What it has done for others it will
do for you. Guaranteed to satisfy.
25 and 60 cents a bottle. Sold by all
DOLLARS IN YOUR POCKET.
That is what it means if you use
Cole's Veterinary Carbolisalve in
your stablee. It quickly cures
wounds, galls, scratches and sores
of all kinds on horses an cattle,
without scars and always renews
the hair in is original color. Your
money back if it fails. Cans 50c and
$1.00 by all druggists.
A REMARKABLE CASE.
One of the most remarkable cases
of a cold, deep seated on the lungs,
causing pueumonia, is that of Mrs.
Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion,"lndM
who was entirely cured by the uso
of .One Miuute Cou^l* Cure. Slid
says "The coughiu^ and straining
so weakened inc ili&t xuiidowu ia
weight from 113 to 92 pouu«l&
tried a number of'remedies to no
avail until used One Minute Cough
Cure. Four bottles, of this wonder
ful remedy oured entirely of the
cough, strengthened my lnugs and
restored me to my normal Weight,
health and strength." All druggists.
Books -added to the Public
Library, March, 10, 1903.
Paul Leicester Ford—Wanted a
S. R. Crocket—Cinderella.
Byron A. Dunn—From Atlanta to
Frances H. Burnett—The Making
of a Marchioness.
Frances H. Burnett—A Lady of
Frances H. Burnett—The Methods
of Lady Walderhurst.
E. S. Phelps—Within the Gates.
Winston Churchill—The Olebrity.
Jane Porter—Thraddeus of War
John K. Bangs—The Blooming of
M. Imlay Taylor—Anne Scarlett.
M. Imlay Taylor—The House of
Stanley J. Weyman—Sophia—A
Stanley J. Weyman—Count Han
nibal—romance of the court of
Edwin Caskoden—The Bears of
Mrs. Jas. Cox.—Home Thoughts,
Margaret Sidney—Five Little Pep
Conan A. Doyle—Adventures of
Mary E. Wilkins—The Portion of
Mary H. Catherwood—Lazarre.
Ian Maclaren—Young Barbarians
The Benefactress—by the author
of "Elizabeth and her German
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS A BOX
is the value H. A. Tisdale, Summer
ton, S. C., places on DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. He, say*: "I had the
piles for 20 years. I tried many
doctors and medicines, but all failed
but DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cured me." It is a combination
of the healing properties of Witch
Hazel with antiseptics and emolli
ents releives and permanently cures
blind, bleeding, itching and protrud
ing piles, sores, cuts, bruises, eczema
salt rheum and all skin diseases.
Sold by all druggistsl
List of unclaimed letters remain
ing in Post Office at Worthington,
Minn., for week ending March 9th
Clason, Mrs Hanna
Johnson, Master Norman
Mane, Mrs Mary
Olson, Anton (Foriegn)
Smith, Mrs Minnie
Tie Fethren, Rev E
When calling for above pleaae'say
"Advertised" giving date.
F. R. Coughran, P. M.
Eight hours law are ignored by
those tireless, little workers—Dr.
King's New Life Pils. Milllions are
always to work, night and day,
curing indigestion, Biliousness, con
stipation, Sick Headach and
Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles.
Easy, pleasant, safe sum Only 25c.