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 September, 1906

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Friday, September 7, 1906

Population Increasing.
The following births are reported to the Advance this week.
To Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Halleck, Worthington township, a son.
To Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Pettis, Reading, a son.
To Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Williams, Loraine township a daughter.
By a Runaway Team Attached To Mower.
The farm of Ole Nystrom in Indian Lake was the scene of a very serious accident Monday morning in which Richard Engstrom received injuries that will keep him in bed for some time and narrowly escaped death.
Engstrom, who has been employed on the Nystrom farm was driving a team hitched to a mower. The horses became frightened and ran away. While endeavoring to stop the team Engstrom got his right leg entangled in the wheel of the mower and suffered a dislocation at the hip and a compound fracture of the bone of the lower leg, besides many cuts one of which exposed six inches of the broken bone. Despite his painful injuries he succeeded in stopping the team and extricating his leg from the wheel before assistance reached him.
A doctor was summoned and rendered the necessary surgical assistance after which the injured man was removed to this place and will be cared for at the home of Mrs. J.T. Milton. It is the opinion of the attending physician that he will recover without the loss of the limb.
The injured man has been a resident of this country but three months and has a wife in Sweden.
Called From Earth.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ager mourn the loss of their eight months old daughter, Edna who was called from life on Sunday last. The little one had been an almost constant sufferer from birth and death came to it as a relief. The funeral was held from the residence Monday afternoon, Rev. J.E. Evans, officiating. The bereaved parents have the heart felt sympathy of numerous friends in their affliction.
Death of Former Resident.
Mrs. Jonathan Ames, who was among the very earliest settlers in Worthington, and who with her husband formerly conducted the Worthington Hotel died August 26th at the home of her daughter Mrs. L.E. Kimball, Guthrie, Oklahoma. She was 80 years of age and had been an invalid for several years. Old friends and acquaintances in this city will regret of her demise.
Death of Mrs. Lynd
Wednesday Mrs. W.M. Evans, of this city received a telegram conveying the sad intelligence that her mother Mrs. E.A. Lynd, had passed from life Tuesday afternoon at Los Angeles, California. Mrs. Lynd had been in poor health for some time but her death had not been anticipated at this time. Two of her daughters were with her at the time of her death. Mrs. Evans visited with her in March of this year. Deceased was 68 years of age and is survived by an aged husband, three daughters and numerous friends, many in Worthington where she made an extended visit about four years ago. She was buried at Los Angeles, Thursday. Mrs. Evans will have the sympathy of many friends in the sorrow that has come to her.
Mrs. Patterson's Funeral
The funeral of the late Mrs. G.W. Patterson, whose death was noted in these columns last week, was held from the M.E. church on Saturday last. There was a very large attendance of mourning friends, and the floral tributes were numerous and beautiful. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Dr. Doran, of Winona.
Mrs. Grace Geswender of Spokane, Washington is visiting Father and Mother Wilkinson in Clary addition. Her birthday Sept. 3rd was remembered by all her relatives here and all but two were present. The reunion of her three sisters and a brother was a happy one and long to be remembered by all present.
V.J. Pratt, of Gulfport, Mississippi, was the guest of his nephew A.P. Darling, of this city a day or two this week. Mr. Pratt who is a veteran of the civil war, attended the G.A.R. encampment at Minneapolis and stopped over on his way home. Although he is 75 years of age the gentlemen is very active and took part in the grand parade at the encampment.
Mr. and Mrs. Desbrow, and nephew, Mr. Thorne Tallan, of Kansas City, Mo., have been visiting the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich.
Albert Nelson is substituting for Ed Moberg at water hauling for W. Robertson. Ed is taking in the state fair.
Route Two.
J.H. Schuck with his two daughters is taking in the state fair.
Mrs. Ray Humiston is visiting friends at Minneapolis, this week.
Miss Ida Crever left last Saturday for a visit with friends at Sioux Falls.
Mrs. Grant Morrison and little son returned from Rochester Sunday afternoon.
Raymond Erwin, who has been quite sick with typhoid fever is reported as improving rapidly.
Harry Hobson, of this city has been selected as a member of the Democratic state central committee.
Mr. John Struthoff, of Iowa, was up for a few days visit with his friends Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goodrich.

A.M. Lawrence and wife, of Reading were in the city Monday on their way to Portal, North Dakota.

Pilager Leader: Miss Agnes Sterling started to Worthington Wednesday, where she will attend school the coming year.
Frank Kaynor, of Kansas City, a former well known resident of this city spent a day or two with us this week on a hunting trip.
Dr. Dieckhoff and brother Oscar made a business trip to Minneapolis and other points this week, starting Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. W.G. Meyer, who has been at Long Beach, California, for several months past returned to the Worthington home on Saturday last.

Charles F. Humiston, son of former county treasurer H.D. Humiston, who will be remembered by many of our old citizens, died at Cleveland, Ohio, Sunday. He was a cousin of Dr. Ray, Fred L. and Will Humiston of this place.

Miss Pearl Luehrs is teaching in the Luverne school this year.

Miss Sophia Sterling is enjoying a vacation visit at Minneapolis.

Miss Laura Pepple has returned to Duluth to resume her studies.

R.H. Prideaux and family were visiting relatives at Rushmore last Sunday.

Capt. Casaretto made a business trip to Sioux Falls the early part of the week.

Miss Opal Luehrs is at Minneapolis where she will take up the study of music this year.

Miss Mabel Morton, of Windom has been the guest of Mrs. A.C. Dickens several days this week.

Mrs. Geo. Thompson and sister Miss Emma Nelson of Rushmore, were guests of Mrs. A.A. Putman last Monday.

Miss Lillian Luehrs departed on Saturday departed on Saturday last for Princeton, Minn., where she has a position as principal of the school.

Dr. R.D. Barber, of Corona, California, who has been the guest of Worthington relatives departed for Rushmore Wednesday.

W.S. Lewis is taking a vacation from his duties at the Lewis grocery and enjoying the sights at St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Mrs. Robt. Schumacher was down from Heron Lake several days last week for a visit with her husband and the family of Ross Nelson.

Misses Leila and Florence Gregg have returned to their home in Hawarden, Ia., after a two weeks pleasant visit with their aunt Mrs. Geo. Goodrich of Worthington.

Geo. Morgan made a visit to his farm at Round Lake and brought home some samples of the corn crop. The ears are large, well filled and beyond all danger of frost, insuring him a bumper crop.

L.R. Harris representing the Cosmopolitan Amusement Co., was in the city last week, endeavoring to arrange for the appearance of his carnival companies here but failed to make satisfactory arrangements.

Clarence Pannell arrived home Tuesday night after an absence of over a year in Canada. He reports that he and his brother had a splendid crop on their Canadian farm and that all are enjoying the very best of health.

Mrs. Wilbern and son Harry came from Sibley, Iowa, Monday for a brief visit with her daughters, Mrs. F.M. Hickman and Mrs. I.P. Fox. Mrs. Wilbern has just returned from an extended tour of the New England states.

A.S. Frane, resident of Nobles county for the past seventeen years has purchased the Reading restaurant and is now ready to serve you with meals and short order lunches; also everything in the line of confectionery, soft drinks and tobacco. He solicits your patronage.

Mrs. A.A. Putman was very happily surprised last Wednesday by a call from an old friend from her native city, Mr. N. Jones, of Corunna, Mich.

Vandy Duba last week disposed of his restaurant business to Dayton Staubas, and is now looking up a new location. The new proprietors took possession Friday last.
Estrayed. A pet maltese and white cat, wearing red ribbon. Any information will be suitably rewarded. Mrs. E.A. Wheeler at Mrs. Damons'.
Wanted - Girl to assist in housework and go to school or to work the entire time for wages. Swede or Norwegian preferred. Apply to Mrs. J.T. Milton.
S.J. Smith, a brakeman on the Omaha railroad, was arrested last week on a charge of stealing a watch from a fellow employe. He was before Justice Dow for a hearing Wednesday but upon his request an adjournment was had until next week.

Friday, September 14, 1906

Change of Ownership.
Last week the Worthington Bottling Works, which has been operated by A. Fauskee for the past year was sold to Messrs. W.J. Kunz and A.M. Fladness, who took immediate possession and will continue the business.
Mr. Kunz is here attending to the business and will shortly be joined by Mr. Fladness.
They expect to make some changes in the factory and will increase the line of goods manufactured.
Mr. Fauskee expects soon to remove to Dakota, where he has a large farm.
Death of Charles Sterling
Charles Sterling for many years a resident of this city, died on Wednesday at his home in Pilager, this state. The telegram announcing his death did not state the cause, but his sickness must have been of very short duration as no word had been received prior to the telegram, and the notice of his death was a great shock to his aged parents, and relatives here. His daughter Agnes was here attending school, having left her father enjoying good health two weeks ago.
Deceased resided in Worthington for 27 years, having been employed as a section foreman on the Omaha railroad. Five years ago he purchased a farm near Pilager and removed to that place. He was 50 years of age and is survived by a wife, five children, an aged father and mother, five brothers and four sisters.
Ernest and Sophia Sterling brother and sister and Agnes Sterling, daughter, departed for Pilager Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral which was held Wednesday afternoon.
The surviving family and relatives have the sympathy of all in the great affliction that has befallen them.
S. Haffey, brakeman on the Rock Island, sustained a fracture of his right arm at the elbow joint, while engaged in coupling cars at this place, Wednesday. His injuries were given a temporary dressing by a local surgeon, after which he returned to his home at Estherville, Iowa.
A. Eshelman's are entertaining relatives from Cherokee, Ia., this week.
Mrs. Chas. Hilary arrived from Winona Tuesday and is visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. Frank Williams.
Mrs. Paul Schulz's entertained a number of guests Saturday evening, in honor of Mr. Schulz' sixtieth birthday. Refreshments were served and a very pleasant time was spent.
Rev. J. Filburn went to Kenneth Saturday returning Monday.
Miss Daisy Vail of Worthington, is teaching the school in Dist. No. 6.
Miss Addie Ely is teaching her old school in Dist. No. 24 again.
Emil Larson, E. Thoren and John Larson of Bigelow, have returned from the State Fair and they seem well pleased with the trip.
A subscription list for the benefit of the Richard Engstrom family has been visible in our community. This is a noble work, may everybody do their duty. It is more blessed to give than to receive.
Mrs. Frink has returned from a visit with Luverne friends.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, of Hersey, September 6th.
Wanted - Girl for general housework; wages $4 week Mrs. I.T. Kelley.
W.S. Wyatt and wife attended the interstate fair at Sioux City this week.
Conductor Clarice has removed his family to this place from St. James.
Herb. Eggleston's family now occupy the F.L. Mitchell house on 10th street.
Miss Claudia Beebe, of Edgerton, arrive don Tuesday for a visit with her aunt Mrs. Abbott.
Col. J.A. Town made a business visit to Sioux City the early part of the week.
A little daughter was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Black, of Reading. Congratulations are in order.
Clarence Williamson, who has been in Washington for the past fifteen months returned to Worthington Monday night.
W.M. Cline of Reading, has been in the city several days this week looking after his campaign for the office of Sheriff.
Misses Minnie and Nellie Erickson, of Dixon, Ia., are visiting with their brother Charles Erickson and family at the Lawnsdale farm.
The Misses Rogers, who have been spending the summer with their sister Mrs. J. Harden, returned to their home in Illinois last Monday.
Mrs. Horton visited with friends at St. James this week.
Mrs. J.F. Humiston, of Heron Lake is guest of Mrs. A.C. Dickens.
Robt. Schumacher visited with his family at Heron Lake last Sunday.
Mrs. John Tolverson and son, of Fulda, are guests of Mrs. E.J. Helmick.
Mrs. A.L. Dunlap, of Heron Lake was a Worthington visitor last Saturday.
Mrs. Emler Hurd, of Currie, was an over Sunday guest of friends in this city.
Paul Benson, of Heron Lake, was a guest of F.A. Fairfield's family on Saturday.
Mrs. Jackson Green of Wilmont, has been visiting her father in this city several days this week.
Born - September 7th, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Voss, of Elk township, twin girls. All are reported as doing nicely.
Mrs. T. Gillott, of St. James, was a guest of Mrs. M. Levine over Sunday, and enjoyed a visit with many Worthington friends.
Marshall Anderson has been relieved of his night duties and now patrols the streets during daylight. Charles Duel is doing the night stunt.
Charles Dillman, late editor of the Sherburn Advance was a Worthington visitor Monday, the guest of his uncle A. Dillman. This office acknowledges a fraternal call.
Rev. Swan, pastor of the Swedish Lutheran church, was married recently, at Burlington, Iowa, and is expected here with his bride this week. We are without further particulars.
L.T. Stoutemeyer, of Onargo, Ill. who has been visiting old friends and looking after his real estate interests in this vicinity, was a welcome caller at the Advance office yesterday.
A.E. Raines, who was a tenant on one of Senator Shell's farms couldn't stand our abuse of his great and good friend, and has ordered his paper discontinued on that account. Too bad but it can't be helped. Of course this is a part of the clean politics being exhibited in this campaign.
Last Friday night night brakeman by the name of J.D. Anderson became angered at Car Repairer Lawson in the Omaha yards, and to emphasize this displeasure shot at Lawson twice. He was a poor marksman and the only damage done was to the nervous system of his human target. He was disarmed before any serious results followed, and promptly resigned his position in the company service. No arrests.
Mrs. Cavin Moen has returned from a week's visit with relatives and friends at Heron Lake.
Jos. Reynolds, editor of the Mankato Free Press, was a Worthington visitor Wednesday. He has been making a tour of this district getting pointers on the congressional campaign, and finds a strong sentiment against the present member. This would indicate that Gilbert Guttersen will be successful next Tuesday.
Struck by Lightning
During the heavy thunder storm of last Saturday night the house of Charles McCaskey, east of the Omaha tracks was struck by lightning. No serious damage was done.
Entertained Birthday Club
Tuesday afternoon the members of the Birthday Club were entertained by Mrs. Frank Stevens, the occasion being an anniversary of her birth.
A very pleasant afternoon was spent and the hostess was the recipient of a handsome present from her guests.
Escaped With a Fine
J.S. Smith the railroad brakeman who under arrest for stealing a watch from one of his fellow employes, had his hearing before Justice Dow on Monday. Owing to the fact that the property had been recovered and the prosecuting witness did not desire to push the case, Smith was discharged on payment of a fine of $20 and costs of prosecution.

Friday, September 21, 1906

Regardless of the inclemency of the weather last Sunday, P.H. Nystrom made a call at the pleasant home of A. Hector.
Mr. Peter Hawkinson one of our up-to-date farmers has treated his house to a new coat of paint.
A stack of hay belonging to Aaron Johnson was burned Tuesday night, it being struck by lightning.
Lynn King, who has been quite sick with quinsy, is able to be up and around. A fact which everybody is pleased to note.
Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Thueson made a business trip to Worthington Monday morning.
The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. C. Groniger died last Thursday of Cholera infantum. The funeral services were held at the house Sunday morning by Rev. Darnell. The body was taken to Reading for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Groniger have the sympathy of their friends and neighbors.
Miss Rose Bucknole returned from her home in Nebraska last Saturday. She began teaching in district No. 80 Monday morning.
Hartwick Bjornstad and Miss Reka Johnson attended church in Worthington last Sunday evening.
Mrs. P.C. Anderson, who has been on the sick list is well again.
Mr. and Mrs. Sands who have been visiting for the last two weeks with Mrs. Sands parents Mr. and Mrs. Bjornstad returned to their home in Chicago Monday.
Mr. Gleek, the depot agent expects his family here Tuesday. They will live in the rooms over the depot.
Mr. and Mrs. F.O. Johnson visited over Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas. King.
Mrs. Nels Anderson, residing near Warren, died from the effects of carbolic acid taken with suicidal intent.
Otto Headenburg, an employe of the government stone quarries at Lamoille, was killed by falling under a moving train.
A Duluth dispatch states that Mrs. Alice Longworth, nee Alice Roosevelt, is to chaperon a bear hunting party on the Mesaba range.
John Moritz, of St. Paul, messenger for the telephone company at Goldfield, Nevada, was shot and killed by Jack Thompson, a gambler.
Rev. S.F. Kerfoot, of Mankato, reports that he has secured pledges of $55,000 to aid in establishing a home for superanuated M.E. ministers.
Rev. M.D. Reeves, of Parkers Prairie, who organized the second Baptist church in the territory of Minnesota in 1855, is dead at the age of ninety years.
DeWitt Tonsley, a deaf mute residing at LeSueur, is supposed to be the oldest working printer in the state. He has worked at the trade steadily for fifty years.
Two insane patients at St. Peter got into a fight during which one by the name of Fred Strub was struck with a heavy block of wood and received injuries from which he died. The murderer was a patient named Riceti.
Edward Wilkie, of Paterson, New Jersey, who came west to be a tough was brought up with a sharp turn at Fergus Falls, where he was sentenced to the state reformatory for a term of five years as the penalty for holding up a man on the public highway.
A.M. Renner visited at Mankato last Sunday.
R.H. Lamb, of Slayton, was in the city on business last week.
Miss Casey, of Rochester, Minn., has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Levine this week.
Stanley McDowell, of Heron Lake was a Worthington visitor Wednesday afternoon.
Pastor Elmquist, of one of the leading Swedish churches in Minneapolis, was a visitor to our city last Thursday.
Mrs. A.J. Schutte, who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Addington returned to her home in Chicago last Monday.
Miss Catherine N. Salter will be in Worthington to start her class in music the first of October. Call on or phone Mrs. Stanley Moore.
W.M. O'Connor, of Seward, was a Worthington visitor last Saturday.
E L Nance and wife visited friends at Sioux City Saturday and Sunday.
Robert  Schumacher visited his family and friends at Heron Lake Sunday afternoon.
Miss Mamie Smallwood leaves today for Chicago to be present at the marriage of a cousin.
Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Bishop and family have returned from their summer's outing at Pipestone.
Court Reporter Harper was in the city Tuesday on his way to Luverne where the district court is in session.
Mrs. Ira Mischler is at the Rochester hospital for surgical treatment. Mr. Mishler accompanied her to that place.
Mrs. M.A. Wilbern and son and T.O. Wilbern, of Sibley, Iowa, were guests of Mrs. F.M. Hickman, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Hafele are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a little daughter at their home September 18th.
Mrs. J.W. Armstrong, of Pipestone was visiting relatives and friends in the city the early part of the week.
Gene Cillet, Walt Freer, B.B. Sontag, Mort Twitchell and V.E. Bntler [Butler?], of Heron Lake were Worthington visitors last Friday.
Ernest and Sophia Sterling returned on Sunday from Pilager, where they had been to attend the funeral of their brother Charles, whose death was noted last week.
Mrs. C.T. Tupper returned last Saturday from Bayfield, Wis., where she had been spending a month so secure relief from hay fever. She was sick several days afte her return, but is again able to be about.
A.P. Rose and wife of Spokane, Washington, have been visiting friends and relatives in the city during the past week. Mr. Rose was a former resident of our city and for several years was employe in the office of the Advance.

Friday, September 28, 1906

Birthday Club
The members of the Birthday Club were entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L.W. Abbott, the occasion being the birthday anniversary of their hostess. A most enjoyable afternoon was spent. After the social session, refreshments were served, after which the guests departed, wishing their hostess many pleasant returns of the day, and leaving behind a handsome reminder of their esteem.
Editor Beckley, of the Herald, spent Sunday at Spirit Lake.
Worthington Boy Honored.
Up in Morrison county the voters did much honor to a M.E. Barnes of Motley, a former Worthington boy when they gave him the nomination for county superintendent of schools by a majority of 1100 over his opponent.
Mr. Barnes is young, active and well qualified for the position and will make a good superintendent. His Worthington friends rejoice in his success.
Linen Shower.
A linen shower in honor of Miss Grace Wood was held at the home of Mrs. G.A. Cahoon Saturday afternoon. There were about twenty present and some very pretty and tasety gifts were "showered" upon the young lady. Ice cream and cake were served and those present spent a most enjoyable afternoon.
Death of Former Resident.
Saturday morning Dr. Moore received a card from Fred Cone announcing the death of J.C. Clark, which occurred at Springville Utah, on Thursday of last week.
Mr. Clark was one of the original members of the National Colony, which founded Worthington, and was a well known and highly esteemed resident of this vicinity until about twelve years ago when he removed to Utah, where his death occurred. He was also one of the charter members of the Congregational church in this city, and had many friends who deeply regret to hear of his death.
Dr. F.M. Manson was at Round Lake on professional business, Tuesday.
Indian Lake.
Andy Christensen left last week for a few weeks visit to his boyhood home at Audubon, Iowa.
N.M. Nilson and daughter, Miss Hilma, returned last Wednesday from a weeks visit with his brother at Galva, Iowa.
E. Nordquist left last Monday for Spencer, Iowa, in response to a telegram stating that his nephew, Albin Nordquist, who for many years was a resident of Indian Lake, was dying of consumption.
Herman Doeden has rented the Grelson farm for the coming year.
Among those who have received new musical instruments of late is Miss Tillie Larson, who is the happy possessor of an Ellison piano.
C.R. and Walter Saxon have placed a new six horse-power Monitor gasoline engine at their ranch. It does its work to their entire satisfaction.
Wallace Saxon has rented the John Saxon farm of 240 acres and expects to take possession March 1st.
Miss Bessie Hubbard, of Carthage, Missouri, is visiting with the family of F.T. Graves, and with other friends and relatives here in Nobles. Minnesota air is a great tonic, and to get the ful benefit of it she purposes to stay several weeks. She can spend a few weeks very pleasantly with friends and acquaintances for there are many of them.
Theodore Cramer tells me that his potatoes are rotting badly, and some others tell the same story. There was promise of a very good crop of potatoes, but if they rot as reported the yield will be cut down quite a little.
On Monday of this week the fall term of school in the Center district was opened with Miss Montgomery of Lismore, as teacher. Mr. Jule, of Little Rock township, is teaching in the Larsen district; Miss Mitchell of Bigelow, in the Kunkel district, and Miss Cain, also of Bigelow, in the Graves district. Miss Sarah Downes, one of our Ransom school teachers, will begin her school in the Guernsey district on Monday next. All the five schools in the town will then be in session.
Miss Carrie Sorem, another of our Ransom teachers has been engaged to teach the same school that she taught last year. She has an eight months school, and will commence fall term next Monday. Her school is in Little Rock township.
Mr. and Mrs. Swanson and family who have been visiting for several weeks in St. Paul returned home Sunday.
Alvin Yunquist who has been staying with his uncle Mr. Swanson during the summer returned to St. Paul Monday. Alvin has made many friends during his stay here, who regret to see him go, but all wish for his success.
Mrs. Sanquist, while washing ran a needle into the fleshy part of her thumb. The doctors were unable get part of the needle out. Her hand is in very bad shape.
Among the Org people that attended church in Worthington Sunday evening were Chas. King and family, O.B. Thueson wife and daughter Freda, Hartwick Bjornstad, Reka Johnson, Henry Larson and Ida Bjornstad.
Mr. August Wass is the proud possessor of a bran new wind-mill.
Mrs. Moore started giving music lessons here last Saturday. She has four pupils and several more intend taking later on.
Mr. Groniger is helping Mr. Burnham cut corn.
Reuben, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Nystrom has been severely ill, but at this writing is greatly improved.
After a stay of five or six weeks in Indian Lake Miss Esther Blomgren returned to her Bigelow home last Friday.
List of Jurors
The following is the list of grand jurors drawn for the general October, 1906, term of the district court for Nobles county:
J.L. Flint... Round Lake Village
W.R. Abbott... Indian Lake Township
J.M. Pain... Hersey Township
W. Dierks... Graham Lake Township
Jos. Foehr... Graham Lake Township
A.W. Buxx... Bloom Township
Herman Mohr... Bloom Township
Robert Black... Dewald Township
John Good... Summit Lake Township
A.M. Becker... Adrian Village
L.W. Roerig... Adrian Village
John McCord... Adrian Village
Mike Vedier... Larking Township
L.T. Engon... Lismore Township
L.W. Johnson... Leota Township
John F. O'Connor... Leota Township
E.W. Cutler... Worthington Village
Fred Howard... Worthington Village
Ned Jones... Worthington Village
Arnold Tschirgi... Grand Prairie Twp
Wm. Parry... Little Rock Township
A. Schultz... Little Rock Township
Robert Shore... Ransom Township
Petit Jurors
J.N. Horton... Round Lake Village
John Chapa... Graham Lakes Twp.
F. Latourell... Wilmont Village
William Wolf... Wilmont Township
Charles Hildred... Bloom Township
John Dahlberg... Rushmore Village
Frank Baker... Summit Lake Township
F.A. Durfee... Summit Lake Township
C.F. Modisett... Bigelow Village
Fred Bird... Bigelow Township
A. Hanson... Little Rock Township
John Crowley... Ellsworth Village
Peter Lenz, Jr.... Adrian Village
J.H. Brabender... Adrian Village
J.E. Faragher... Adrian Village
James F. Britt... Leota Township
H. Magee... Lismore Township
John Apel... Elk Township
Frank Thom... Olney Township
Emil Graaf... Worthington Township
Frank Dean... Worthington Village
Wilson Ager... Worthington Village
C.M. Harding... Worthington Village
Ernest Sterling... Worthington Village
John Pepple was up from St. James on one of his regular Sunday visits.
Miss Gettis, of Mankato is acting as stenographer for County Attorney Crandall.
Mrs. J.W. McBride left on Wednesday for Rochester where she will undergo an operation for the removal of a tumor.
Mrs. Stanley Moore and Mrs. Samuel Allen went to Minneapolis Monday for a short visit with relatives and friends.
H. TerHar, democratic candidate for sheriff of Jackson county, was in this city Monday, on his way to Round Lake township, looking after his political fences.
Heron Lake News: Misses Nelson, Mullany and Jean Smith came up from Worthington Saturday to spend Sunday with Heron Lake friends. The young ladies are three of Worthington's most popular teachers.
Louis Hadberg, who resides four miles north of the city, got a small piece of straw or chaff in his eye while working about a threshing machine, which so injured the member that there is a danger of his losing the sight of that eye.
W.H. Sievert of Wilmont made a business trip to this city Tuesday.
We understand that Harry Rockwell has purchased the Conway residence property on Tenth street.
Lee Forbes has sold his farm in this township to Iowa parties. We understand that the price paid was $46 per acre.
Editor Smalley, of the Globe, finds cause for rejoicing in the birth of a son, who arrived at his house on Monday of this week.
G.A. Gilman, of Hersey, was a welcome visitor at the Advance office Tuesday. He informs us that the excessive rains are damaging the corn somewhat.
Peter Baltis, a blacksmith from Lismore brought to this city on Wednesday last, suffering from dementia, and was committed to the asylum for insane at St. Peter. Mrs. John Kunzman and daughter, Miss Mable returned home Thursday afternoon from Mitchell, S.D., where they went Monday to visit relatives and take in Coin Palace.
S.M. Stewart made a trip down into Nebraska this week returning Tuesday evening with 125 head of high grade Hereford cattle all of which were sold to farmers in this vicinity on Wednesday.
Harry R. Tripp, our nominee for register of deeds was over from Round Lake Tuesday, shaking hands with his many friends here. He is more than pleased with the support he received at the primary election.
Ensign A. Swanson, solicitor for the Iowa division of the Salvation Army was in the city Wednesday soliciting aid for the work of that body.
F.C. Stitser visited his wife at Kansas City during the past week, returning home Wednesday morning. He reports that Mrs. Stitser is steadily improving, which will be pleasing news to her numerous friends.
Newsy Notes Gathered From Our Exchanges.
Mrs. Anna Neiness, of Lismore died at the Northwestern hospital, Minneapolis, recently. She had been ailing for some time and went to the city for medical treatment.
Lismore Leader: Miss Mae Philips was a Worthington visitor the first of the week, going down Monday and returning Wednesday.
Peter Baltis, assistant in the Lismore blacksmith shop, met with a painful accident last week Monday. While working around the emery wheel his left arm became caught in one of the belts, resulting in severely cutting it in a number of places although no bones were broken. He was taken to the doctors office and the wounds dressed and then to the hotel where he remained until Wednesday when he was taken to Worthington to be where he could receive better treatment.
Married: Geo. Kothaner of Bellingham, Wash., and Miss Mabel Booth of Seward township, were married Thursday, Sept. 13, 1906, by Rev. J.A. Saunders. The happy couple left for their home in Washington last Monday.
L.H. Luepker of Seward, and Ernst and Wm. Luheker, returned home Tuesday from Farmersburg, Ia., where they attended the funeral of their mother, who died Sept. 10th 1906. Mrs. Luepker was 58 years old and died suddenly during the night. Fred Kahle also attended the funeral.
Lightning struck the house on the Cullen farm in Westside, Sunday, and did considerable damage. The chimney was torn to pieces, the roof damaged two window were partially uncased. John Appledorn lives in the house but none of the family were hurt.
Wilmont Tribune: The R.I. gang of Italians have moved to Worthington, and still you can hear occasional rooster crow.
John Humiston of Worthington, was a Wilmont visitor Monday. While here Mr. Humiston made arrangements with Mr. J. McConnell to take charge of his large stock farm near Worthington.
The funeral of little Elfie Spartz, who died on Thursday morning, Sep. 13, of cholera infantum, was held from the Catholic church at St. Kilian on Saturday and the interment took place in the St. Kilian cemetery. -- W.R. Mansel of Adrian, has gone to the Pacific coast. He will visit Washington Oregon and California.
J.W. Peterson, of Litchfield Minn., was here Saturday and bought four fine stallions from T.F. Robinson, who has retired from the horse business. Mr. Peterson also bought a stallion from T.G. Perkins, west of Magnolia, and a two-year old colt from S.H. Boden of Westside township. The colt is a good one and it did not take Mr. Peterson long to make up his mind to pay $225 for it.
Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Nelson, of Adrian, are the proud parents of a son, born on the 20th. Adrian Democrat.
Rushmore Enterprise: O. Malmquist and John Kenney have each hauled out a half car load of tile the past week and are going ot do considerable tiling on their respective farms. Farm land is becoming too valuable to allow it to lay idle and tiling is about the only way to reclaim the wet places.
Bert Ash and Miss Mamie Unzen, former residents of Ellsworth were married at St. Paul Tuesday of this week.
C. Story has been appointed roadmaster of the Ellsworth division of the Rock Island railway with headquarters at Ellsworth. He relieves S.M. Witbeck, who resigned.
Ed Egan and Matt Geardy of Ellsworth, have purchased 200 sheep which they will feed this winter.
Ellsworth News: Geo. Premo was a Worthington visitor a few hours last Friday, to take in the county fair and purchase a few full blooded O.I.C. hogs, to add to his already fine herd.

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Microfilm, Worthington Advance; Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN; obtained March, 2008.

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