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"Will Bartop toft Tuesday of last
„««k for Zion City, via 8t Paftal
ana Chicago. Will expeots to at
tend the Zion College this coming
winter or rather the ensuing Ave
••^months term, P. Henderson ac
^•companied him as far as St. Paul,
from there to look after
Mr. Louugh of Estherville, who
•vrtm in our neighborhood a few days
last week looking after his term ia
$ereets returned to his home Thurs
9, Bailey left Tuesday for St
jfaml and other northern points.
JBe will be away about a month.
J. Peterson left Wednesday over
land for St. James. "Mr. Peterson
3&SS rented a farm in that vicinity
Lfor the coming year and although
atis family does not intend to move
£«way until spring, he thinks it
vwould be wise to move part of his
things now during the fine weather.
Fiehng at Rpund Lake is reported
^ery good just now.
Mrs. Muelhausen and little
slaughter accompanied Rev.
jMuelhausen out from Worthington
Mrs. L. Shultz of St. James
wisited with her parents at this
iplace during the past week. She
^returned to her home Monday.
JHer sister Miss Lottie accompanied
Jfaer f«ir a short visit.
tSome of our young people enjoyed
themselves, "Tripping the light
fantastic", at Mr. Albertson's last
"There will be an appropriate
Thanksgiving program rendered at
38efcheL church Sunday evening
JBTov. 20 th. Everybody is invited to
-attend. The ladies of the church
*^eot to serve dinner at the
fMUHMii school house next Tues
q?V general election day, for
maty five cents. Proceeds will
toward making up the minister's
~Bkds Johnson, formerly a resi.
cSbat of this place,but now living at
jfinery, Wis, has been here the past
I«v weeks looking after his term
Saflsrests. He returned home
DOINGS IN DISTRICT COURT
First National Bank ol Ellsworth Wins
The third week of the present
lion of the district court opened
SKKonday afternoon, and the suit of
/$£» First National Bank of Rock
Sapid?, et al, against the First
National Bank of Ellsworth was
fThe evidence of this case was all
Ik when court adjourned Saturday
Afternoon, and was decided Monday
in favor of the defendant
eank. The suit grew out of the
JSllsworth bank's refusal to pay a
^1,500 claim from the Rock Rapids
In the evidence it is shown that
«me William Maher bad a deposit
ja the Ellsworth bank and gave a
verbal instruction to officials of the
Ifeankto pay to a third party the
sum of $1,500. Latter Maher, who
salso owed .-onie money to the Rock
bank, gave that bank a check
•aon the Ellsworth bank which the
jtatter refused to honor because
Ulaher had no more money on de
Tho cases of J. and W. C. Schull
sagainst Anton Jansen, and Barney
Thiers and Anton Jansen, et al,
Bhave been dismissed.
The suit instituted by Olive
4Dooper against R. If. M. Smith, et
dl, to recover damage for the loss of
a&eep killed by the defendants'
stags, was decided in favor of the
gplantiff and she was granted the
aoffl of $295.09.
The case of William Beasiiug
sagainstWilliam Reiekoff, etal, was
IV The case of A. P. Darling
against Robert Smith was decided
favor of the defendant.
The case of Peter Freyberg
^aagainst Patrick O'Connor was
The case of Eggleston Bros, vs
^Advance Thresher company which
Iwiuum trial the latter part of last
|tf*^tias been settled in favor of
lphfl!^ainti|f. The suit was to re
iBSfwr#8Qo"which Eggleston Bros.,
!ti|i|sidia. advance on a contract for an
li'!^ftdraaee thresher which failed to
laoaie tip to. the agreement. The
^ijaisniTr iras paid $800 and interest
'Ceanifiept. 1,1903, amounting in all
,"fc .'l, .» ,Vfj
Give nature thte* helps, and
nearly every caee of con
sumption will recover. Fresh
air, most important of all.
Nourishing food conies next.
Then, a medicine to control
the cough and heal the lungs.
Ask any (bod doctor.
*1 Ural uri iywifiturrr yiyw
im. I bra M«n terrible-of huurdla
cured by it. I am Mvtrwlthoot It."
Health demands dally action of the
bowels. Aid natiari with Ayer's Pills.
For Sale—3 good cows coming
fresh soon. S. M- Stewart,
Farmers and breeders who want
good cattle at prices they can afford
to pay should attend this sale.
Send for catalog.
The Epworth League will give-an
oyster supper in the parlors of the
first Mehodist church Friday even
ing Nov. 18th.
For Sale—Full blooded Polland
China hogs, both male and emales.
Inquire of M.^C. Sharp, two miles
north of Worthington. 59—2t.
New York apple3 are selling fast.
Sjme varieties are all gone. We
still have fancy baldwins, green
ings, russets, spitzen burg and kings.
Torrance & Son.
U. H. Snow den, St. Paul—Wife
was sick for years, nothing did any
good until we used Hollister's
Kocky Mountain tea. Now she's
strong and healthy. 35 cents. Tea
or tablets. F. M. Hickman.
After being sick for two months
with a abscess of the vertebrae, Ed-_
ward J. Bristol died on Saturday at
the home of his father George E.
Bristol in Ransom township. The
young man was 21 years of age at
the time of his death. The funeral
was held Monday forenoon, and
interment was made in the Ransom
cemetery. Rev. William Gillis
conduced the funeral services.
Mrs. C. F. Bronson and daughter
Miss Helen Bronson arrived here
Wednesday and will make a stay of
a few weeks. Rev. Bronson will
arrive in the city from Chicago
Thursday night, and during his stay
here he will fill ^the pulpit of the
Baptist church which is temporarily
without a pastor. Before going
east Rev. Bronson had oharge of
the Baptist church here and did
much good work tor his people.
As stated in the Advance of
Wednesday the Sioux City com
mercial club party arrivad in Wor
thington Thursday afternoon and
remained about a half hour before
going on their way to Sioux Falls.
There were between seventy five
or eighty Sioux City business men
in the delegation and upon arriving
here they came up town and visited
various business places. The party
made short stops at the stations be
tween here and Sioux City and in
most places they were met by the
commercial clubs of the towns.
The party was entertained at dinner
by the club of Si bley. They airri ved
on a special train.
A letter has beeiT received from
Minneapolis giving some in forma
tion-in regard to the Alumni foot
ball team. All efforts to locate Art
Rose proved atile so he will not
play. Last Monday for the first
time there were eleven men at
practice and a tew Nebraska forma
tions were used in addition to the
Minnesota style of play. Jack
Glasgow '02 will be in the game
and Bob Town will also be on hand
The boys are having bad luck at
present as Bedford and Smith both
have "charley horses" and Lewis
has a latrso ankle which interfere
with his punting. A ..'prominent
M. klidUM MU,. UUO
grades win. but demands odds 3 to 1
which is a pretty fair criterion of
the situation as it is at the
J. C. ATM CO..
The local football team is getting
in tine trim for their Thanksgiving
battle with the alumni. Last .Fri
day's game with: Windom showed
the enthusiasts that the team is in
the pink, of condition. Both Mo*
Keever and Haggard are playing in
almost perfect form and Mott
handles the baU in a snappy
fashion which enables the plays to
be run off rapidly. The new tackle,
Scott is proving to be a terror in
breaking throught the 4ine and his
admirers are just beginning to
think of the things he will do to
Bedford and R. Hawley on Nov. 4th*
C»pM, the Hoartsmnh
Sis HMrttJor Lite.
The marriage of Mils Chios
Darby of Worthington and Herman
F. Meiser of Parkston, D., wall
quietly celebrated at high noon to*
day at the home of the bride aunt
Mrs. S. A.. Roshon iu this cityi
The Rev.^ Edwin W. Lanham,
pastor of the Presbyterian church!,
read the marriage lines, and the
oeremony was witnessed by only ,it
few relatives and intimate friends.
The bride was attended by Miss
Flossie Mei'er, and was gowned la
neat traveling suit of brown voifs
over changeable silk. The brides*
maid wore a gown made of
A number of pretty and useftpl
presents were received by Mr. and
Mrs. Meiser from guests and friends
who sent them with their congr^..
ulations and good wishes.
Miss Emma Peisley of Sibleyi/
Iowa, and Clyde Walbran pf this
city were married, in Sioux Falls oi^
Thursday morning. The marriage
was a quiet affair, only a few 0$
the relatives and intimate, friends
of the contracting party being pre4
sent at the ceremony. Misi Bil
Peisley nnd B. L. Peisley, a sister
and a brother Of the bride, did the
honors 6f bridesmaid and best man,
After remaining a short time in
Sioux Fallsthe bridal party left and
arrived here Thursday evening at
7 o'clock, coming by way of Lake
Park, on the Rock Island. They
immediately went to the Mosher
house on ninth avenue, which nad
been previously prepared by Mr.
Mr. Walbran is a clerk in Hart's
store in this city and has a wide
acquaintance who have been ex
tending hearty congratulations.
The bride is a pleasant young lady
and is a favorite among her friends.
She has some acquaintance in the
city and her friendB will extend her
a cordial welcome.
A pary of friends had been ex
pecting the young couple on the
night train from Sioux Falls Thurs
day night, and were preparing to
give them a big serenade, but Mr.
Wablran'and his bride turned the
joke on the serenading party by
coming home another way. Their
arrival in the city was soon discov
ered and they were treated ^to a
peasant serenade just the same.
Mr. and Mrs. Walbran will be at
home to their friends after Novem
News has' been received in Worth
ington of the marriage at Ballard,
Wash., of Misa Florence Maxwell
and Merl Moncham, Which .was
solemnized on Monday, Oct. 31, at
the home of the bride's brother
Morris Maxwell. Misr Maxwell left
Worthington about two weeks ago
for Ballard, and the marriage .took
place upon her arrival there. Mr.
Meacham is an electrician. They
wfM~have the congratulations and
good wishes of many friends. Their
home will be in Portland, Oregon.
Miss Esther Clauson, who has
been confined tocher home with an
attack of typhoid fever, has recover
ed sufficienty to be oat again.
Makes chidern eat, sleep and
grow. Makes mother strong and
vigorous. Makes a healthy family.
That's what HoUister's Rocky
Mountain Tea does.. 35 cents, tea
or tablets. F. M. iftckxnan.
paigne-oolored voilo over ohi^m
silk. The* best man
was S. Nolt of Parkston, S. D.
Immediately after the ceremony
lap luncheon was served in course,
besides other refreshments.
The bride is the only daughter of
J. K. Darby of this city and hat
resided here most of her life until
about a year ago, when, phe wvnt to
Parkston, where she has been ever
since. She is a winsome young lady:
and has many friends in Worthing
ton. Mr. Meiser is an architect jijk
The guests were Miss Sam
Hosmer of Edgerton Miss Mae E
Jones and Michael Shanahan of
Worthington besides relatives
the bridal party.
Mr. and Mrs. Meiser left over the
Omaha at 2 o'clock for St. Louis
where they will spend a short'time
in the exposition city. They started
on the journey amid__A shower of
rice and congratulations from friends
who gathered at the station.
For sale or
fej WWiHI MMUMUAJlRIJWMJU Wi H1.t
I W i'~
Charles GoMon has purchased
the B. ~F.' Eniese farqa near Read
Flinch, pit Snd bunco, the most
popular card games, 50 cents at
ness. Ole J. Englund.
"Bunco" the geatest card game,:
the latest craze. More fun and ex
citement than pther card games, 50
cents at F. A, Torrance and Son's.
For Sale ^-16 Registered Sbrop^
shire rams, '100 pigs and shoats.
Geo. Ooodrich Route 2 Worthing
ton, 4 miles sottthwest of Worthing
Chris Hofftneister of near Brwes
er was in Worthington Wednesday
to meet his wife who returned from
a few weeks-vfftit with relatives in
The ()man& will run an excursion
train to the'eifies Saturday morn
ng at 1 and 2i09 a. m. oh aoconnt pf
the Wisconsi&Minnesottt. foot ball
game. Ar ntfiiiber of enthicuiasts
from here will go up.
A novel feeihgrdf leaping, bound
ing lmpulseaP gOSS through. your
body. Ybu feel young, act young,
and arer young after taking Hollis
ter's Rooky Mountain Tea. 35^
cents, tea or" tables. F. M. Hick-"
Bresd raised with Yeast Foam
Is th« b«»t foundation for
every meal. Itsaves manya
,poor dinner frnin failure.- It'r
ttM best of daily bfead there's'
life health and strength in it.
its nourishment! How mey
love Its sweet, wheaty taste,
and fresh whotesomeness I
fui ingredients, in the clean
est way. It Stakes bread
that retainr freshness and
moisture longer than that
raised with any other yesst.
It's the best for griddle cakes,
buckwheat edees or anything
where yeast is used.
Tht ueretii intheytatt.
Sold, by all grocers at $c a
icksge. Each package con
ins 7 cakes—enough for
Lloaves. It's the best, regan
lless of cpst Send for hook I
"How to Make Bread"—
Bediming Oct 21,1954, and Con*
tinuing Until Saturday Eve
ning, Dec. 24 1904.
9:00 P. M.
FIRST PRIZE.— One Ladies
solid gold watch, Walthajpa move
ment, )5 jeweled, adjusted, value
SECOND PRIZE.—One 12 pieue
toilet set, handsomely decorated,
value 112.50. -V
THIRD PRIZE.—One 3 piece
^quadruple plate table silver set,
FOURTH PRIZE —One photo
album, value $5.00
3 FIFTH PRIZE.—One lemonade
set, consisting of a handsomely de
corated pitcher, six tumblers and a
platter value $1.75.^
HOW TO VOTE.
With every 10c cash purchase, or
for farm produce, at my store, one
vote will be given. 50c purchase
entitles the buyer to 5 votes, and so
WHO ARE ELIGIBLE.
Anylady, miss, or baby girl who
were no first prize winners at the
Every person votingjvill be given
a duplicate of his oi? her vote. This
is done so that each candidate may
have proof of the^number of votes
she has received. :.
The voting is progressing merrily.
There have been some changes
since last" week. Miss Mamie
Schuck is now leader by a narrow
margin, Mrs. Clarence James is
second, and Miss Margaret Biltgen
is in third place. Following is the
standing up to Thursday noon Nov.
Following is the standing up to
Thursday noon, Nov. 3.
Mn. Clarence James.
Itliss Ifnrgaret Biltgen.
Mrs. J. S. Richards.'
Miss Ida Mahlbe^g.
Miss Hulda Wase.
Ifiss Annie, ^ete^i.
Miss Mable Eunaeman.
Mn. llay flolUuid.
Miss. Eimma Fei^nson.
Miss Maggie Death.
Miss. Clara Foeiaohow.
Mrs. Ed Allen.
Mrs. Peter Schaaf."
Miss. Hannah Sjholm.
Mrs/ W. E. Proper.
Miss Carrie Holmberg.
Miss Ordell Asman.
Mrs. L. SwanSon.
Miss. Rose Hand.
Mrs. Frank Schmidt.
Mrs. E. L. Fischer.
Mrs. J. E. Erickoon.
Miss Zay McCracken. 1
Mrs! n. G. Williams.
Miss. Fern DeWitt.
MiSs. Ethel Patterson.
.Mfos Avis Staubns.
Sirs. D. Chambers.
Miss Grace Smith.
Miss Esther Johnson^
Mrs. T. Olson.
Miss Millie Edstrom
Miss. Anna Gustafeon.
Dr. J. A. Schultz t)f Dundee was
in town Wednesday
Roudelph Basgard of Bigidow
was a Worthington visitor on Mon
Complete stock 6f.v rubbers and
^verthoes at F. A. Torrance jmd
Son's.. Lowest possible prices.
Herbert? J. v: Miller of Luverne
sssed through town Tuesday on
his way to the northern put of the
stSte on a husting trip. r€\
T. I* MitcheUl wishes the' A d
an to say tharhis car of fruit
is now here iuid will be o^n for Jn
spectidn from nbw on. 1
80 acres, of wild land in Baron
county, Wia, 4 miles from Clayton
want farming outit ^sWk..
M. E Lawton.
The first snow of the. season fell
here Wednesday night. There was
a foil of about a half^inch ^and but
little of it melted anay on Iliura-
ft w. WILSON,
.. »Tustktc Loan*
HIWON LAKB, MIMV.
i^Attoriwy at Law.
Offioe over Rank of Worthington.
fa F. LAJIMXBS, "JS
Physician and S wpfteon
Office over Citizens' National Bank
Besidenoe on 10th street between 6^
and 7t^areikU98. z-T
Treatment parlors on 3d Ave. next
W..T. DeCoster, M.Dt
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Besidenoe in Stitser-.
Honrs It to'12 a, m. 3 to 5 p. m.
JJR. L. R.
^"Office next to
JJK. J. N. GOUL1),
Office at Western Houses
"8EODBE GOOD PEI0E8
for jronr goods sola at Auction by
having thejn cried by—
J. Hf HOLBBpOK,
100 acres clear of debt with build
ings in Morrison county, Minn., 8
miles from town. To trade on 80
acre farm about Worthington.
For Exchange—A light ryoung
driving team, for one good young
work mare. Phone 141-J-l..
67—It. L. M. Bliss.
New December Standard patterns
now ready. Alt Standard patterns
reduced in price to 10 cents and 15
cents. None higher. F. A. Tor
rance & Son.
37 tf. M. E. Lawton
Mra, John Wesley, St. Louis—
Hollister's Rooky Mountain Tea is
the greatest tonic I have ever used:
cured me of chronic stomach trou
ble. 35 cents, tea or tables. F. M.
For the international Live Stock
exposition at Chicago, 111., Nov. '26
tcDec. 3, 1904, the (J., St. P., M.f
and O. railway will sell tickets on
Nov. 27, 28. and 29/or one regular
first class fare plus $2 for the round
trip. Tickets good returning to and
including Deo. 5, 1904.
Elof Swanson left Thurday with
his household goods for Pillager,
Minn., where the family will soon
be in a new home. Wednesday
night a number of friends treated
the family a surprise in the 'nature
of a farewell party, and a very
pleasant evening was spent. The
other members will leave, as soon
as Mr. Swanson arrives at Pillager
and gets things Settled.
The Chicago, St. Paul, Minnea
polis and Omaha railway will^sell
coach excursion tickets t^e
Louisiana purchase exposition at
St. Louis, Mo., and return Nov., 14,
15, 21, 22, 28 and 29 for .$12.25 for
the round trip final limit of tickets
seven days not including date of
sale. Trainsjeave Worthington-at
1 a ., connecting at Council Bluffs
with the Wabash railway, train ar
riving at St. Lbuis st 7:51 p. m., on