Dr. Clark made a trip to Sibley Tuesday
H.M. Palm has been on the sick list for
the past week
Eile and Cecil Blair have been on the
sick list the past weekl
B.T. McChesney of Brewster was in town
a few hours Monday.
Mr and Mrs J.P. Vail of Seward was in
town last Thursday.
The county commissioners will convene
next week Tuesday.
Miss Ada Putnam is having a severe
attack of cold or lagrippe.
Commissioner O'Hearn was a visitor at
the county capital Tuesday.
Chester and Miss Esther Harding spent
Monday with their Bros. people.
Sale of seats for John Dillon will open
at Babcock's Drug Store, March 1st.
Social Friday evening at the residence
of W. Madison by the St. Hilda's Society.
D.W. Chute and S.A. Harding are getting
the rock on the ground for their dwellings.
Mrs. Mary Brown of Ewington visited
Mrs. Christianson and Waller from Friday to Sunday.
Note the date of the expert and popular
optician visit here to assist those with defective sight.
If you recieve a sample copy of the
Advance consider it a invatation to become a subscriber.
C.H. Babcock and wife and Miss Ethel
Oakes, attended a Washington birthday party at Adrian, Monday evening.
Eld. Tobias Myers of Sheldon, Ia. is
visiting this week with the families of Rev. Hilary and J.J. Schechter in Elk
Miss Fanie Hendricks, Miss Helen
Ludlow, Miss Maud Wolfe were out for a visit with Miss Esther Harding last week.
Nels Moberg returned Monday from Hot
Springs, where he has been ?????? his brother Ed. who is now improving.
Thomas Ward was recieved at Sheriff
Andersons hotel from Adrian last week Thursday to serve a 60 days sentence for
Mrs H.W. Fuqua and son Bert, returned
home from Urbana, Ill. last Saturday.
Little Hazel Power has the diptheria
but is reported to be in a very mild form.
Marriage licences were issued during
the week to ??gebrigt Seljeth and Edith Olson.
Mrs. W.W. Loveless will leave the last
of this week for a visit with her sister at Mankato.
Mrs. D.C. Holmes who has been suffering
with pneumonia the past week, is improving.
Nels Liefgreen of Bigelow purchased the
material here for building an addition to his house.
D. Mackay aged about 17 years was taken
to St. Peter for treatment for a slight malady, last week.
Ole Benson of Adrian stopped here
Tuesday on his way from a visit with Langseth Bros. in Indian Lake.
N.L. Langseth purchased lumber during
the past week to erect a large dwelling house on his farm in Lorain.
A. Greig of section 10 Olney township
killed a male wolf this week and was in and obtained the reward.
A party given at the house of J.F.
Ulrich, four miles west of town, last Friday evening in honor of his sister,
Miss Emma Ulrich.
Mrs. F.G. Glasgow, Mrs J.A. Kennedy and
Mrs. F.A. Stevens went to St. James Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. T.G.
Over forty persons attended the
"Necktie" social Feb 19th at Mrs. E.C. Wallers in Jackson county, the proceeds
of which will go toward the purchase of a organ for the Union Sunday school. All
declared they had a real good time.
C.L. King of St.Paul while returning
home from a visit with his son at Sioux City, became violently insane while on
the train Monday and had to be removed at Windom. He stopped here over night
enroute and those with whom he came in contact, thought he was slightly
A social will be given at Sophia
Lindquist school district No. 56 this week Friday evening to secure funds for
establishing a school library. This is an excellent cause for promotion and the
attendance should be large as the amount of the gathering will be doubled by the
Mrs. L.V. Blair has been quite sick the
past week. Miss Gertie, has closed her school so that she could be at home
during her mothers illness.
The tenth wedding anniversary known as
the tin wedding, of J. Joynson was pleasantly enjoyed by a few of the neighbors
gathering at the home of the happy couple and socially commemorating the
occasion also presenting articles appropriate to the anniversary.
The killing of a boy by a horse
mentioned in our last week's issue proved to be only a serious accident. Last
Tuesday evening a 13 year old son of Gus Erickson named Willie living in Elk
township while attempting to go behind some horses in the barn he slipped and
fell, this frightened one of them so that it kicked and struck the boy in the
forehead fracturing the skull. Dr. Thompson was summoned and he is now on the
road to recovery but at one time the accident was considered fatal.