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Friday, January 3, 1908

Death of Mrs. Robt. Morland

Mrs. Robert Morland passed away last Saturday afternoon at her home on Humiston avenue, after a brief illness of a weeks duration. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon from the Congregational church, Rev. Wm. Fletcher conducting the service. Interment was made in the Worthington cemetery.

The maiden name of the deceased Margaret McMeikan. She was born at Stranraer, Scotland in October, 1835. In October, 1863, she was married to Robert Morland. In 1897 she came to Chicago to join Mr. Morland, who had preceded her a few years. They moved to Worthington in 1898, and have since resided here. Mrs. Morland was of a quiet, retiring disposition and made few acquaintances, but all who had the good fortune to enjoy her friendship held her in high esteem. She leaves a husband and only son, Robt. L. Morland, Worthington's leading druggist.

Wedding at Brewster

The pleasant home of County Commissioner and Mrs. J.L. McConkey at Brewster was the scene of a happy and auspicious event on New Year's day, when their daughter, Maude, was joined in bonds of holy wedlock to Mr. Fred S. Bork, a merchant of Revillo, S.D. The wedding was a quiet affair, being only attended by the relatives and a few intimate friends. Rev. G.B. Wilder of Worthington performed the ceremony, and after the dainty wedding luncheon had been disposed of the young couple took the afternoon train for the west. They will spend a three months honeymoon on the Pacific coast.

Miss McConkey is one of the best known and most popular young ladies at Brewster. She has long been assistant to her father, who is postmaster of the village. The groom is a highly esteemed and progressive young business man of Revillo, S.D.

Death of Mrs. Hickman

Word was received here Monday of the death of Mrs. F.M. Hickman, which occurred on Saturday at their home in Minneapolis. Mrs. Hickman gave birth to a son on Dec. 24th, and later took a cold which developed speedily into pneumonia. The funeral was held on Tuesday, interment being at Mr. Hickman's old home, Red Wing.

Mrs. Hickman was a daughter of Mrs. W.J. Wilbern, of Sibley, Ia. She was married to Mr. Hickman about seven years ago. They were residents of Worthington for several years, Mr. Hickman being engaged in the drug business, up to about a year ago. Mrs. Hickman also taught in the public schools here. The deceased leaves besides her husband and infant son, her mother, one sister, Mrs. I.P. Fox, of Verdi, and one brother, Harry Wilbern, of the same place.

Local News

Mrs. Duel returned yesterday from a visit at Binghamton, N.Y.

Mrs. A. Thomte went to Bigelow yesterday for short visit with friends.

Miss Mabel Ohlson spent Christmas with her parents at Windom.

J.A. Cashel went to Winona to spend New Years with his parents.

The Misses Ethel and Judith Swanson of Minneapolis, spent the holidays with relatives here.

Wm. Snodgrass, of Currie, spent Christmas here at the home of his uncle, G.B. Hildyard.

Geo. Hactor, one of the substantial farmers of Indian Lake, was in the city on business Monday.

Harry Gray, assistant cashier of the Bank of Bigelow, visited friends here between trains New Years day.

Mrs. Esther Homa, formerly Miss Tryon, returned on Wednesday to Reading, Pa., after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tryon.

J.T. Smith, a farmer living near Brewster, died last Friday aged 62 years. The funeral was held on Monday. He leaves a widow and three sons.

Mrs. Nellie Mott returned yesterday from Luverne, where she spent the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Coss.

Mrs. Wood and two sons, of Clinton, Ia., who spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bryan, returned home yesterday.

The ladies of the Catholic church gave their annual tea Thursday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Klais, on 5th avenue. About forty ladies were present.

The Ladies' Sewing Society of the Swedish Mission Tabernacle met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, east of town, last Thursday afternoon.

The gold watch put up by R.L. Morland for the school boy or girl who got the largest number of cash purchase tickets, was awarded to Miss Lotta Kall. Gertrude Apel stood second and Marie Madison, third.

Mrs. Jens Christenson, of Loraine was in the city Monday on a shopping trip, and also favored this office with a call. She informed the Advance that the finishing touches are now being put on the 7-room addition to their farm residence.

Mrs. Fosberg, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Sterling, had the misfortune to fall down stairs last Sunday evening. She sustained many painful injuries. Her shoulder bone was broken and her arm was broken at the socket in the shoulder. She will be laid up for some time.

Mrs. Carsten Hanson and three daughters returned to their home at Sioux Falls, S.D., Tuesday after a very pleasant visit at the home of Jens Christensen, east of town, and other friends. She was formerly a resident of Worthington. Mr. Hanson is now trainmaster at Sioux Falls.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Giroux left on Wednesday for their home in Chicago. They will visit at Minneapolis and Eau Claire on the way. Mrs. Grioux is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Rippberger, and has been visiting them for several months. Mr. Grioux is a traveling man and after finishing his work for the season he joined his wife here for the holidays.

Wilmont

From the Tribune:

T.D. Fallgatter left Tuesday for Parker, S.D., to spend Christmas with his parents.

Mr. W.H. Sievert received a telegram Sunday evening announcing the sad news of the death of his brother-in-law, Mr. R.S. Middleton, of Lohrville, Ia. Mr. and Mrs. Sievert left for that place Monday morning to be present at the funeral.

Coroner A.B. Williams was called two miles south of Adrian, Friday, to investigate the sudden death of John Froeb, which had occurred the evening before. The coroner decided the cause was heart trouble.

LOCAL NEWS

C.A. Cedarblade of Route 1 was a caller Tuesday.

Arthur Hildyard came home last week for the holidays.

Robt. Black of Rushmore was a Worthington visitor Tuesday.

J.F. Flynn spent New Years at the home of his mother at Ellsworth.

F.S. Burroughs of Bigelow township was in the city Tuesday on business.

For Sale -- A number of Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels. Mrs. J.M. Messer.

G.H. Luehrs went to Cherokee on Monday to look after business matters.

Mrs. Fred Goff treated her Sunday School class to a sleigh ride on Tuesday afternoon.

Dr. Rogers, a St. Paul specialist, made a professional visit to Worthington , Teusday.

D.B. Kumler came down from his school near Reading to spend the holidays with his family.

Fred Tripp left on Wednesday on a visit to the twin cities and the northern part of the state.

Miss Maggie Ackerman came down from Minneapolis to spend the holidays with her parents in Dewald.

Mayor E.A. Tripp, who was operated on for appendicitis two weeks ago, at the Worthington hospital, has returned to his home.

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Helmick were at Sioux Falls last week to attend a banquet given by the Manchester Biscuit Co. for their traveling salesmen and wives at the Cataract hotel.

R.T. Clark, of Indian Lake, was a caller Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Clark left on Wednesday morning for Superior, Neb., and will later visit in Kansas, Texas and other states in the southwest.

A.M. Renner went to the twin cities Sunday afternoon.

Dwight Ludlow has returned to his studies at the State Agricultural school at Hamline.

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Helmick left on Tuesday morning for Fulda for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Tolverson.

Miss Lyda Loveless left on Wednesday for Minneapolis to resume her duties as teacher in the American Business College.

Geo. P. Sievers of Plymouth county Ia., and Miss Ana Driessen of this city, were married in the probate court room on Tuesday, by Judge C.M. Cory.

J.W. Hamilton of Dewald township transacted business in Worthington Tuesday and also favored this office with a pleasant call.

The Twentieth Century Club will meet at the home of Mrs. C.H. Sibley on Tuesday afternoon, Ja. 7, at 3 o'clock, for the study of Ibsen's "Peer Gynt."

Joe Arbes came down from New Ulm to attend the funeral of Mrs. R. Morland. Mr. Arbes, who was formerly in the employ of R.L. Morland, is now engaged in business at New Ulm.

J.C. Mullin, Chas. Chermack, D. Chermack, Robt. Ryan, Ed. and Wm. Ullrich left last week for Haswell, Colorado, where they will take up residence on their homesteads. This makes quite a colony of Nobles county people at that point.

Rev. Wm. Fletcher, the new pastor of the Congregational church, came down from Milaca to preach the funeral sermon for Mrs. Robt. Morland on Tuesday. He remained here and will assume his duties next Sunday. His family will follow him in a few days.

A.W. Little, agent for the Rock Island, has been informed by the company that owing to the necessity for retrenchment they will discontinue trains, 431 and 432, between Estherville and Sioux Falls, and trains 433 and 434 between Ellsworth and Pipestone. The new schedules goes into effect on Jan. 5, and it is hoped that it will be only temporary. The Worthington trains make connections for the west in the morning and the east in the afternoon.

Geo. Hacker of Elk was a caller yesterday.

Wm. Dwyer of Loraine township was a caller yesterday.

Geo. S. Hacket of Loraine was in the city on business yesterday.

Hjalmer Teelander, of Bigelow township, was in the city Monday.

For Sale - Red boars. D. Behrens, 2 miles northwest of Worthington.

A. Oberman shipped a car of hogs  on Thursday and a car of cattle last Monday.

Miss Rixie McKenzie and Ida Roll of Adrian spent Sunday with friends in this city.

C.T. Adolphson and M.P. Mullin returned last Saturday from a trip to Sioux Falls.

Jay Wolven returned on Sunday from Chicago, where he spent Christmas with friends.

Misses Ethel Patterson and Clara Ackerman went to the twin cities Monday to visit friends.

Mrs. C.E. Boddy of Rushmore visited relatives and friends and did shopping here last Saturday.

Miss Dehlia Wood, who is employed in the telephone office at Windom, spent New Years at home.

C.L. Newman, of St. James, visited at the home of Victor Anderson in Bigelow township, this week.

A. Oberman has a carload of wood and will soon have several carloads of lumber to dispose of at reasonable prices.

Max Slade of Adrian passed through Worthington Wednesday on his way to Rochester to visit his sister, Mrs. Schuster.

J.M. Scriven came down from Seward last Saturday to meet a nephew, H. Miller, of St. Joseph, Mo., who is making him a visit.

A.F. Eshleman and daughter, Miss Zeita, left yesterday for Cherokee, Ia., where they will visit his father and other relatives for a few days.

F.S. Burrows of Indian Lake says that the turkey shoot be held on New Year's day was a very successful affair, but Worthington sportsmen were conspicuous for their absence.

Emil Olson, the popular salesman in the Smith Implement Co's. machinery emporium, is taking a vacation, and will visit relatives at Fergus Falls and other points in the state for a week or two.

The Christian Endeaver Society, of the Christian church gave a very pleasant social Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Williamson, east of town. All present had a good time.

M.K. DeWitt of Hersey was in the city yesterday ordering bills for an auction which he will hold on the 15th to dispose of his personal property. He intends to leave shortly for Montrose, Colorado, where he has invested in irrigated land.

Friday, January 10, 1908

Married

Michael Conway and Winnifred Tierney, both of Kenneth, this state, were married on Wednesday forenoon by Rev. G.B. Wilder at the Manse. They left on the afternoon train for a short honey moon which they will spend with friends in Sioux City, after which they expect to make their home on the groom's claim in North Dakota.

Broke an Arm

Mrs. F.L. Humiston met with a painful accident Monday evening as she was about to go up town. She slipped off the lower front step at her residence, and in falling struck one elbow on the ground with such force that the arm was broken. The fracture was promptly reduced. For a few days she suffered considerable pain, but is now getting along nicely.

Cupid Wins Another Score

Miss Charlotte M. Kunzman and Harry Albert Thurber were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parent in this city at six o'clock Wednesday evening, Jan. 8, 1908.

The bridal party entered to the strains of the Lohengrin wedding march. The brie was preceded by her maid, Miss Mabel Kunzman, her sister, who carried the ring to be presented to the groom. The bride entered carrying a boquet of beautiful white roses, and was followed by the groom attended by the best man who carried the ring to be presented to the bride. Rev. G.A. Cahoon conducted the beautiful and impressive double-ring ceremony, the use of the two rings adding interest and solemnity to the familiar service.

A large number of relatives and friends were present at the ceremony. A dainty wedding repast was served and the bride and groom were the recipients of many gifts. Both parties to the marriage have grown up in this community and have the best wishes of a large circle of friends.

LOCAL NEWS

J.R. Selby, of Hersey, was in the city Wednesday doing trading.

Misses Helen Cox and May Boyle, Adrian, registered at the Worthington Sunday.

O. Hankins has moved from Round Lake to Fred Dolheim's farm on the west Fulda road.

Theo. Bahls, the Round Lake grain king, was a business visitor at the county seat Wednesday.

Attorneys C.M. Crandall and S.S. Smith were in Mankato Tuesday in connection with the Peter Schaaf bankruptcy proceedings.

A.L. Wells, the Brewster telephone magnate, passed through town Wednesday on his way to Round Lake, to look after the exchange there.

Wm. Chaney returned last Saturday from Rochester, where he and Mrs. Chaney spent the holidays with her parents. Mrs. Chaney returned this week.

Register of Deeds H.R. Tripp is carrying a hand in a bandage as the result of a kick from his horse last Saturday, and the animal's name isn't Maude, either.

Editors E.E. Loverin, of Ellsworth, A.J. Schaeffer, of Adrian, and Chas. Hamstreet, of Rushmore were in town Tuesday when the county board let the county printing.

Robt. R. Smith, manager of the Smith Implement Co., expects to leave tomorrow for Pendleton, Ore., to join Mrs. Smith, who has been there for some weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Tupper.

E.J. Wolven and wife, E.B. Paul, G.N. Wilson and wife, W.M. Evans and family, S.S. Smith and wife, Rev. Fletcher, W.W. Loveless and family, F.C. Brace and family, A.N. Wetherell and wife, H.S. Hobson and family took dinner at the Worthington last Sunday.

Miss Minnie Green gave a very interesting and instructive talk to the ladies who met her at the home of Mrs. John Ramage on Tuesday afternoon. Regaling us with details of the recent W.C.T.U. Convention at Nashville, and of the great joy of the people of the South in more and more being freed from the curse of the liquor traffic. Her subject in the evening was "Our Chimeras -- the liquor traffic" giving not a few telling statistics -- well worth her effort, and our hearing. Miss Green is a forceful, pleasing speaker, and would be gladly welcomed again if she comes to Worthington. -- Com.

Sheriff N. Fauskee made a trip to St. Peter last Saturday.

Otto Foss, of Route 1, was in the city on business Monday.

Born -- On Tuesday, Jan. 6th, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wass, a son.

W.S. Wyatt returned last Saturday from a visit to the twin cities.

Born -- On Saturday, Jan. 4, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Rose, a daughter.

Jas. Shermack and wife returned last Saturday from a visit to the twin cities.

H.F. Yates came down from St. Paul last Friday, and will spend a month here visiting his father and sister.

The Whist Club met on Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Roth, when a very pleasant session was had.

Mrs. Calvin Moen and children returned on Sunday evening from Heron Lake, where they spent the holidays with friends.

Wm. Oxford and son left Saturday for Mankato, where the latter is attending business college. Mr. Oxford visited there a few days.

Clay Williamson and Miss Unice Hall were married on Dec. 26th, at Flat River, Mo. They were both employed in Hart's store here for about a year.

F.H. Smith and John Lawson went to Sheldon last Saturday to repair a car that had been damaged, but when they got there the work had been completed.

J.D. Pratt of Benson, Minn., a former resident of Worthington, was here this week renewing acquaintances and looking after property interests. While here he sold a dwelling on McMillan street to E.E. Harshberger.

J. Hart, of Chester, Ill., arrived the first of the week for a visit with his brother, A.E. Hart. They both left on Wednesday afternoon for Rochester, where the former will consult the Drs. Mayo regarding some ailment, and possibly submit to an operation.

T.J. Nicholson, the founder of the Worthington Herald, spent a number of days here this week settling up an estate in which he was interested. Mr. Nicholson had just returned from the coast, and expects to go to Washington to engage in the newspaper business.

Banker Chas. Neinaher of Round Lake, and Louis Stoltenberg of Lake Park, were in the city Wednesday to appear before the county board in support of a petition for a county ditch in Indian Lake. The petition was withdrawn.

Misses Mary Mullin and Margaret Ryan left last Saturday for Omaha, where they will visit for a few weeks. They are bound for their claims near Haswell, Col., where they will take up their residence shortly. There are now several Nobles county people located in that section.

Adam Olson of Org was a caller last Friday.

D.M. Holland of Bigelow was a caller on Saturday.

A.R. Firth of Hersey attended the Masonic lodge here Monday.

Ed Johnson left on Monday for Sioux Falls to attend college.

W.E. Terry of Route 3 was in the city on business last Friday.

Miss Pearl Luehrs returned to her school duties at Marathon, Ia. last week.

Mrs. Theo. Hendricks, of Route 5, was in the city Monday on a shopping trip.

G.C. Fellows of Elk township came down Tuesday evening to attend Oddfellows lodge.

H.T. Wasmund, a prominent farmer of Dewald township, was a caller last Saturday.

H.R. Veeder, one of the prominent farmers of Loraine, was in the city on business Saturday.

Prof. H.R. Edwards attended the meeting of the State Educational Association at Luverne last week.

Miss Lillie Luehrs, who spent the holidays at home, returned to her school at Princeton last Friday.

Frank Deuster, editor of the Globe, went to Ramsen, Ia., last Saturday, where he visited his parents over Sunday.

Miss Opal Luehrs returned to Luverne, where she is teaching, last Friday, after spending the holidays at home.

J.D. Humiston came home last Saturday from Longmont, Col., and spent a week here looking after business affairs.

Mr. and Mrs. D. Beers, of Luverne, returned home yesterday after a visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J.S. Frink.

R.J. Jones, D.H. Sisson, Frank Baker, Geo. Dopkin, and F.A. Durfee, of Reading attended Masonic lodge here Monday night.

E.E. Salmon and family, of Laporte City, Ia., are here on a visit with old friends. Mr. Solomonson was formerly engaged in business here.

The Guild of the St. John's church elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Pres. -- Mrs. E. Stanton; Vice Pres. -- Mrs. W.E. Madison; Sec. and Treas. -- Mrs. J.M. Addington.

Chas. Peterson, of Route 3, was in the city on business Tuesday and favored this office with a call Tuesday afternoon.

Local News

Miss Nellie Lyons is visiting in the twin cities.

Mrs. C. Graff and son, of Rt. 1, were callers Wednesday.

Miss Gladys Lyon has been on the sick list the past week.

John Theobald, of Round Lake, was in the city Saturday.

Carl Linstrom, of Bigelow township, was a caller Wednesday.

A.G. and Ray Anderson returned on Wednesday from a visit of several weeks in Chicago.

P.H. McCarvel, the genial bonanza farmer of Brewster, was a guest at the Western House Monday.

Robt. R. Smith attended a meeting of the Retail Implement dealers Association at Minneapolis this week.

In the probate court this week proceedings were begun in the estate of Aug. Kruger and O.L. Howard.

Miss Arlouine Loveless and Miss Carrie Allen returned to Minneapolis last Saturday after spending the holidays at home.

Cashier S.M. Stewart, of the Citizens National Bank, left the first of the week on a visit to Chicago and points near Chicago.

J.J. Kendall, of Windom, the agent for the Thompson estate, which owns large tracts of land in this county, was in Worthington Wednesday on business.

The Langseth Bros. yesterday marketed at the Worthington Creamery a large load of poultry.

At the Masonic hall Sunday, at 3 o'clock, George H. Draper, of Coude, So. Dak., will give a lecture on "The Divine Plan of the Ages." All invited. Seats free. No collection.

Dr. W.J. Dodge, who was operated on a couple of weeks ago at the Worthington Hospital, for gall stones and appendicitis, is reported to be making a very satisfactory recovery.

Arba B. Dodds, of Luverne, and C.C. Dee, of Jackson, on Tuesday took preliminary examination in pharmacy before R.L. Morland, president of State Board of Pharmacy. Similar examinations were held the same day at the home town of each member of the board.

Cole Guernsey, for many years one of the leading agriculturists of Ransom township, last week moved his family to Worthington, and they have now become residents of the county capital. Mr. Guernsey has retired from farming and rented his farm and will spend most of his time from now on taking life easy.

Druggist R.L. Morland went to Minneapolis on Tuesday to attend a special meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy, which has been called to consider applications under the fifteen year law, recently passed on by the State Supreme Court and held to be valid. The law was passed by the last legislature , and provided that any druggist who had practiced his calling for fifteen years should be eligible to registry without examination. The State Board of Pharmacy contested the law, but it has been upheld by the supreme court.

The annual installation of officers and banquet of the Knights of Pythias Lodge was held on Wednesday evening with due and solemn ceremony. The banquet which followed was a very enjoyable affair. The following are the new officers:
C.C. -- Harry Hobson.
V.C. -- G.A. Cahoon.
D. -- J.S. Kies.
K.R.&S. -- A.H. Clark.
M. of W. -- Grant Morrison.
M. of F. -- T.A. Palmer.
E. of E. -- Loren Clark.
M. at A. -- A. Thomte.
I.G. -- C.L. Mann.
O. G. A. W. Little.
Trustees -- A.T. Latta, W.J. Dodge, E.K. Smith.

Friday, January 17, 1908

Business Change

J.P. Biltgen has retired from the restaurant business, having disposed of his interest to his partner, H.W. Steffens, who will continue the same. The City Restaurant is one of the popular landmarks of the place which under Mr. Steffens' management will enjoy increasing patronage.

Card of Thanks

To those who so kindly assisted us in the erection of the new church edifice we wish to express our gratitude and extend a cordial welcome to our services.

In behalf of the Sw. Baptist church of Indian Lake.
Carl E. Oberg, Pastor
Anton Holm, Clerk

Local News

Carl A. Erickson of Route 5, was in the city on business last Saturday.

The Whist Club met on Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Hobson, where a very delightful session was held.

Judge and Mrs. G.W. Wilson entertained a few friends Monday evening at Euchre. A very pleasant evening was spent.

H.H. Myrum and E.E. Hashberger, merchant tailors, have dissolved partnership. Mr. Hashberger will continue at the old stand, while Mr. Myrum has secured quarters in the Nobles County bank block.

Mrs. D.W. Chute came down from Summit Lake Tuesday for a couple of days shopping. She left a few ears of fine corn at this office, which are of a quality that demonstrate that the best of corn can be raised in Minnesota.

The Advance was in error last week in saying the State Board of Pharmacy contested a law passed by the last legislature regarding the registration of druggists. The test case was brought by the State Pharmaceutical Association. The State Board being the defendants.

Death at Rushmore

Mrs. C.J. Fox died at her home at Rushmore last Sunday, of pneumonia, aged 70 years. The funeral was held from the M.E. church at that place on Wednesday, Rev. Gillis conducting the service. The deceased leaves a husband, two sons and two daughters.

LOCAL NEWS

C.J. Paine of Hersey was a caller last Saturday.

Virgil Fellows has taken a position in the postoffice.

H.A. Eversole of Elk township was a caller last Saturday.

L.H. Hawkins of Reading was a Worthington visitor last week.

John Erickson of Org was in the city Saturday doing trading.

Louis Olson of Bigelow was in the city on business Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Saxon of Indian Lake did shopping here Tuesday.

J.B. Williams of Loraine is reported to be quite sick with pneumonia.

Miss Nellie Lyons returned last Saturday from a visit in Minneapolis.

Gay Allen is at Brewster, doing a job of carpenter work for Rudolph Geyerman.

Oscar, Charles, and John Larson of Route 2 were Worthington visitors last Saturday.

The Dancing Club gave one of their pleasant social hops last Friday evening, at the Maccabee hall.

O.A. Selberg, one of the substantial farmers of Bigelow township, was a county seat visitor Saturday.

F.M. Hickman came down from Minneapolis Wednesday to look after business matters and greet his many friends.

G.L. Beard, the new manager of the Fairmont Creamery Co., made his tour through this section the first of the week.

J.S. Kies left last Saturday on a trip to Grundy county and other points in Iowa, and will also visit in Illinois.

Dr. W.J. Dodge, who has been a patient at the hospital for several weeks, expects to be discharged in the course of another week.

Mrs. Walter Clement and son, Dan, of Omaha, visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Shell a number of days the first of the week.

C. Christenson, a prominent stock man of Jasper came down Monday to look over Patterson-Erickson Co's. Percherons, with a view of purchasing a stallion.

Miss Tillie Larson last Saturday resigned her position in the postoffice. Miss Larson made an efficient and obliging clerk and the patrons will miss her.

Mrs. J.C. Cocks of Kinbrae, passed through Worthington Wednesday on her way to Luverne, where she will be employed in Jas. Gibson's family for a few weeks.

F.C. Turner left the first of the week for St. James, where he takes the management of a general store for W.G. Meyers, who consolidated two stocks there.

C.P. Taylor of Reading left last Saturday for Kellihan, in the northern part of the state, where he intends to spend several weeks visiting relatives and looking over the country.

John Larson, of Bigelow township, returned home on Tuesday from a visit to the twin cities and several points in the northern part of the state. He reports having had a very pleasant time.

Mayor E.A. Tripp has traded his residence property south of the Omaha track to Rev. G.N. Walker for the latter's stock of general merchandise at round Lake, and, we understand, will continue the business there. The stock is now being invoiced.

H.A. Stricker and family have moved to Windom.

Judge G.W. Wilson was attending court at Jackson this week.

Chas. Kiel, of Dewald, is reported to be quite ill with pneumonia.

Louis Meier of Bigelow was at the county capital Saturday doing trading.

Banker J.E. Sahlstrom of Bigelow was a Worthington visitor Wednesday.

Attorney Roy Lewis of Wilmont spent Sunday here at the home of Jas. Montgomery.

Misses Clara Ackerman and Ethel Patterson returned last Saturday from a ten day visit in the twin cities.

Nels Moberg came down from Duluth last Monday night for a visit with relatives and friends in Bigelow township.

Thos. Cuningham [Cunningham?], one of the hustling and substantial farmers of Hersey township, was a pleasant caller Tuesday.

Mrs. E.E. Stanton and daughters last Sunday visited at the home of her daughter in Ransom township, Mrs. Morril Ramage.

Ed. Moberg of Bigelow, was a caller Tuesday. Ed is busy nowadays pressing and shipping hay, of which he raises a large quantity every year.

J.W. Fitzgerald, one of the substantial agriculturists of Hersey, was a county seat visitor Saturday, and made this office a very pleasant call.

Mrs. Morton and daughters Ella and Lillian, of St. Paul, passed through Worthington Wednesday on their way to Rushmore to attend the funeral of Mrs. Morton's mother.

J.F. Cass came down from Reading Tuesday to attend Oddfellows lodge. Mr. Cass returned a short time ago from Ladysmith, Wis., where he spent a few days looking after property interests.

L.H. Austin, who has been employed in Walker & Austin's store at Round Lake, came up from that place Tuesday for a visit. He expects to leave in a few days for Jefferson, Ia., to take charge of a newspaper which his father has bought there.

The Tourist Club met on Tuesday with Mrs. G.W. Roth.

Mrs. C.J. Paine, of Hersey, is a patient at the Worthington Hospital.

G.T. Bulick, one of the substantial citizens of Reading, was a caller yesterday.

Born -- To Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Meyers, on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1908, a daughter.

Mrs. H.D. Pratt has been on the sick list and under the doctors care for some time.

Miss Margaret Lee, of Jackson, was a guest of Mrs. Schrader over Sunday returning home on Monday.

Miss Margaret Yates is visiting friends at Waseca and other points in the eastern part of the state.

L.H. Christenson, one of the hustling agriculturists of Indian Lake, was in the city on business Thursday.

The Euchre Club was entertained on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. W.I. Humiston. A very pleasant session is reported.

Don't miss the lecture by Prof. H.H. Powers at the M.E. church this evening, on Michelangelo and the Sistine Ceiling.

Rev. R.C. TenBroeck came down from Wilder Wednesday evening to attend the monthly supper of St. John's Guild.

Lost -- Open face watch in silverine case, Columbus movement. Finder please leave with F.C. Brace, where reward will be given.

The Ladies' Guild, of the Episcopal church, gave their monthly supper Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. W.E. Madison.

The rifle match between Co. F of this city and Co. E of Fairmont resulted in an adjusted score of 695 to 658 in favor of Fairmont.

H.D. Pratt has returned from No. Dakota, where he took a homestead. He likes the country and intends to move up there next spring.

H.H. Myrum has moved his tailoring establishment into rooms over the Nobles County bank, where he will be pleased to meet all his old customers.

Mrs. Wilbern, of Sibley, passed through Worthington Saturday, on her way home from Minneapolis. She had with her the Hickman baby, her grandson, which she will take care of.

N.H. Austin came up from Jefferson Ia., this week to visit his family. Mr. Austin has bought a couple of hotel properties and a daily newspaper at Jefferson, which he is now managing. He intends to move his family there in a short time.

Prof. Adedar, of Alpena, S. Dak., and Miss Lloyd, of Mankato, are new additions to the teaching staff of the schools. The former takes Miss Williams' place, and the latter Miss Maine's. Miss Maine will go to Haswell, Col., where she has a homestead.

Carl Lindstrom, one of the jolly and substantial bachelors of Bigelow township, was in the city on business Tuesday. Mr. Linstrom has so far proved invulnerable to the assaults of Cupid, but as this is leap year, and he is a shining mark for the shaft of the mischievous little fellow, he will have to be very cautious or he may be ensnared by the charms of some of Nobles County's many handsome damsels.

Friday, January 24, 1908

JOINED IN WEDLOCK
Marriage of Mr. John A. Cashel and Miss May E. Smallwood Solemnized Thursday Evening

A marriage of more than ordinary interest to Worthington society was solemnized on Thursday evening, Jan. 23rd, at the handsome residence of Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Smallwood, when their daughter Mary E. was joined in bonds of holy wedlock to Mr. John A. Cashel, one of the promising young attorneys of Nobles county. The wedding was a quiet affair, only a few intimate friends being present. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father John Sherman, according to the impressive ceremony of the Roman Catholic Church.

The bride was attended by Miss Ada Montgomery and Miss Marjorie Shell, and the groom by Mr. Jesse Smallwood. The ceremony was followed by a very dainty wedding supper. Mr. and Mrs. Cashel took the 2 o'clock train for Winona, where they will spend their honeymoon visiting his parents.

The bride is one of the best known and most popular young ladies of Worthington having grown to womanhood in this community. She is admired by all who know her for her many womanly qualities.

Mr. Cashel is one of the most popular young men in the county and an attorney of great promise. He has been a resident of Worthington for about three years, and during that time has gained the highest esteem of all who know him and that is nearly everyone in town.

When Mr. and Mrs. Cashel return from their honey moon they will make their home in Worthington.

Old Settler Passed Away

J.B. Williams, an old settler of Loraine township, died at his home east of Worthington last Saturday, Jan. 18, of pneumonia. The funeral was held on Monday afternoon from the house. The deceased was born in Seneca county, Ohio, and at the time of his death was 75 years, 3 months and 22 days old. He served three years in the civil war as a member of Co. F, 123nrd Ohio Infantry. He came to Nobles county in 1886, and developed a fine farm in Loraine township. He leaves a widow and eight children.

Married

Benjamin R. Page, of Beaver Creek, was united in marriage with Miss Celia M. Lowe, Saturday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. Eggleston in Clary addition. The bride is a niece of Mr. Eggleston and has for some months been residing here, while groom has a position in the bank of Beaver Creek, where the young couple will begin housekeeping. Rev. Cahoon performed the ceremony, the ring service being used.

LOCAL NEWS

C.S. Johnson of Bigelow was a pleasant caller on Thursday.

Louis Olson of Bigelow township was a caller on Wednesday.

Jens Christensen of Route 4 was in the city on business Wednesday.

M.E. Lawton made a business trip to Lakefield and Kinbrae Monday.

Louis Nebendahl had a windmill blown down in the storm on Tuesday.

Peter Blizt of Indian Lake was in the city Wednesday marketing hogs.

Attorney M.P. Thornton of Adrian was a county seat visitor last Friday.

Miss Anna Flentje of Round Lake is assisting in the Register of Deed's office.

A.M. Renner was a business visitor at Heron Lake between trains last Monday.

J.B. Ludlow and family of Rushmore, spent Sunday with his parents near this city.

C.L. Mann and Kenneth Pettit took in an opera at Sioux Falls last Monday evening.

Mrs. Al. Berger of Route 1 has gone to Storm Lake, Ia., to visit her mother, who is quite ill.

I.A. Roshon, the foreman of the Advance office, was on the sick list several days of this week.

Mrs. J.H. James returned on Wednesday from a two weeks visit with her mother at Adrian.

Miss Ethel Mangan, of Harris, Ia., is spending a few days at the home of Chas. Erickson on Route 5.

Earl McBride left on Monday for Mason City, Ia., where he has secured a good position as engineer in a packing house.

Charles and Sigurd Nyberg of Indian Lake, were in the city on business Monday, and made this office a pleasant call.

Miss Flora Betz, who has served as stenographer in C.M. Crandall's office, left on Wednesday for her home near Sioux City.

Mrs. A.P. Darling, who had been in Minneapolis a couple of weeks, visiting with Mrs. H.G. Beckley, returned home on Monday.

Misses Mattie Hastings and Jennie Beckley returned from Sibley, Ia., Monday, where they had been visiting friends for several days.

Gus. A. Selberg of Bigelow township was in Worthington last Saturday on business. This office was favored with a pleasant call.

Rudolph Geyerman, manager of the large department store of P. Geyerman & Son, at Brewster, was in the city on business Wednesday evening.

Fred Tiemens of Wilmont came down Monday to visit his daughter, Nettie, who is employed at the home of Judge C.M. Cory, and who has been quite sick the past week.

W.A. Barton, representing an office supply Co., at Zion City, Ill., was here the first of the week, calling on his trade. Mr. Barton was formerly a resident of Spafford, and has a host of friends here who are always glad to see him.

Christ Apel was in from Elk Saturday doing trading.

Robt. Black of Rushmore was a caller last Saturday.

A. Oberman shipped four carloads of stock this week.

F.L. Humiston made a trip to the twin cities last week.

O.A. Fauske of Bigelow township was a caller last Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Suddaby visited friends in Sioux City this week.

J.B. Kunerth of Kinbrae was a county seat visitor last Monday.

W.H. Buchan made a business trip to Luverne and Sioux Falls Monday.

J.H. James is taking a lay off for a week which he will spend at home.

Banker J.S. Tolverson of Fulda, was a Sunday visitor in Worthington.

Theo. Bahls, the lumber and grain dealer of Round Lake, was in the city on business Tuesday.

Will Schaefer is under quarantine for small pox at the home of his father on the lake shore.

Miss Julia McCune died at 4 o'clock Thursday morning. The funeral will be held this afternoon from the Congregational church. We will publish the obituary notice next week.

The trial of Roy Anderson on the charge of stabbing the Udeen boy, about a year ago, came off at Jackson last week. The jury disagreed, and Anderson will have to stand trial again.

Mrs. C.A. Eickenberry, who has spent a month with her parents west of town. Jos. Taylor and wife, left this morning for Barnum, this state, to join Mr. Eickenberry, who moved there a couple of months ago.

Rev. Wm. Fletcher left last Sunday night for Milaca, to pack his household goods and move his family to this place. They will occupy the old Tupper residence on Okabena street. Mr. Fletcher expects to return in time for next Sunday's services.

C.H. Cabbott, of Heron Lake, died suddenly of pneumonia Tuesday forenoon. Mr. Cabbott was a member of the firm of Benson Cabbott Co., general merchant's of Heron Lake and Wilmont, and the leading business spirit of his home town. His death is sincerely mourned by all his friends, and their number is limited only by the extent of acquaintance.

The Twentieth Century Club met at the home of Mrs. C.H. Sibley on Jan. 7th, and at the home of Mrs. G.A. Lincoln on Jan. 21st, for the study of Henrick Ibsen's "Peer Gynt." The meetings have been under the leadership of Mrs. S.V. Wyckoff and have been of exceptional interest.

Miss Anna Pospishel, of Graham Lakes township, who had been an inmate of the poor house for three weeks, was last Monday adjudged insane and committed to the St. Peter asylum. Miss Pospishel developed a suicidal mania, and sought by various methods to end her life, one of them being by eating glass.

H.C. Mayer of Lake Park was in the city on business Tuesday.

The Misses Florence Bankhouse and Florence Schrader, of Brewster, registered at the Worthington last Saturday.

G.C. Fellows of Elk township, one of the best workers in our piano contest, was a caller last Monday and left a nice list of new subscribers.

A large delegation of Worthington Oddfellows went to Adrian on Tuesday to attend a rally, where degrees were confered on a class of candidates. The ceremonies were followed by a banquet. The Worthingtonites report that they were royally entertained. The local lodge was represented by the following: E.K. Smith, L. Clark, E.W. Goff, Peter Larson, S. Kall, Andrew Gustaffson, Emil Ludtke, Oscar Kunzman, John Kunzman, Peter Larson, L.B. Leonard, N. Fauskee, H.R. Tripp, Roy Smith, of this city, John McKenzie of Dewald, J.F. Cass, R. Klessig, H.D. Barnard and G.T. Bulick of Reading.

Lutheran Church Notes

The annual meeting of the Lutheran church was held Tuesday, Jan. 14, and was well attended. The meeting was opened with Scripture reading and prayer by Rev. C.O. Swan. The pastoral report was then given and showed the total membership to be 400, an increase during the year of 41. Mr. Peter Thompson was re-elected deacon, and Mr. Alfred Mahlberg to succeed his father, Eric Mahlberg. Nils Anderson was reelected trustee, and Sam Swanson to succeed Svante Kindlund. Miss Ellen Olson was re-elected organist, Mr. P.G. Anderson sexton, and Olaf Noren choir leader.

[Section about church finances omitted.]

Rev. Swan will attend the annual district meeting at St. James, Jan. 25-27. Mr. Linus Johnson will accompany him, as delegate.

The Ladies Aid Society will meet this week on Friday at Mrs. Linquist's. All are cordially invited.

Friday, January 31, 1908

Obituary

Mrs. Julia H. McCune died at her home in Worthington, Minnesota, January 23, 1908 at 4:00 o'clock a.m.

Julia Millicent Hall, daughter of Hudson B. and Aratheusa Hall, was born at Tecumseh, Michigan, July 27, 1839. The family moved to Toledo, Ohio, where Julia was educated in the Public Schools, and where, as a young woman, she was identified with the Westminster Presbyterian church, taking an active part in Sunday School and Mission work. From this city she went with her parents to Dundee, Michigan, and while making that village her home, taught school in Sylvania, Hillsdale and Tecumseh, Michigan.

February 28, 1883 she married the Rev. Robert McCune at her home at Dundee. Mr. McCune was then pastor of the Congregational church at Kokomo, Indiana, where, during the four years following her marriage, Mrs. McCune also rendered efficient service as member of the church.

In 1889 Mrs. McCune with her husband and family came to Worthington where she has since resided with the exception of six months spent in Sherburn, Minnesota, to which city Mr. McCune accepted a call after a long pastorate in the Union Congregational church of this place. His labors in the new field were soon ended by his death, whereupon the people of Sherburn, who esteemed Mrs. McCune highly, asked her to continue her residence in their midst, insisting that she remain in their parsonage with the daughters, Hattie and Carrie, until spring. This they did, but in May 1898 they returned to their old friends in Worthington where the father and other members of their family are buried.

Mrs. McCune has been actively engaged in church and other benevolent work in this city for nineteen years, at different periods as President and Secretary of the Congregational aid society, and for the past seven years she has been Secretary of the Woman's missionary society. Upon her removal to Sherburn this society made her a life member of the Woman's Board of Foreign Missions.

In our village no eulogy is needed for Mrs. McCune, we all knew the beauty and strength of her character.

Small, modest and frail in appearance, the brave spirit never found wanting, was expressed in the work of her capable hands, and by her wise, cheerful counsel. When sickness or sorrow visited her friends, which means the whole community, she was ever the friend in need, the one who knew "just what to do."

Rest from her labor of love is well deserved and peace after long, brave endurance of her final illness. It may be truly said, "she has done what she could," it also can truly be said, "that we shall miss her."

Obituary

Henry Apel, Sr., of Worthington township, died Wednesday morning, January 29, from gall stones.

The deceased was born in Germany, January 11th, 1835, and emigrated with his parents to America in the year of 1855. They settled in Peru, Illinois. He was united in marriage to Charlotta Graling in 1862, who died Nov. 23, 1881 and to this union six children were born, Margret who is at home, Mrs. H. Hughes, of Pontiac, Ill., Herny [Henry?], John and Mrs. W.F. Kasdorf, who live near Worthington, one died in infancy.

In Dec. 1882 he was married to Gertrude Friesboen. To this union one child was born, Sena, who is at home.

Beside these there are two brothers and two sisters and six grandchildren to mourn his death.

He united with the German Evangelical church in his youth and was a faithful member until his death.

The funeral was held this afternoon from the German church.

Mail Carrier in Wreck

J.P. Rippberger, carrier on Route 2, had an exciting runaway accident on Tuesday in which he was badly bruised and disfigured, but fortunately not seriously hurt. His broncho mare broke the bit at W. Wickstrom's mail box and ran from there to N.M. Nelson's place, where she stopped in the grove. The rig and harness was damaged more or less, but no serious damage was done. His substitute is carrying the mail for a few days.

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Mr. D.P. Moore, of Sioux Falls, arrived in the city Monday morning to accept a position with A.P. Rose, and is engaged in gathering data for the Nobles county history. Mr. Moore has been night telegraphy editor of the Sioux Falls Press for some time past, and is a newspaper man of many years experience. Mrs. Moore will arrive from Sioux Falls the latter part of the week to join her husband.

Ninety Days for Pat Donnelly

Pat Donnelly was arrested on Wednesday for drunkeness. He plead guilty, and as this was his third offence he was given the statutary penalty of 90 days in the county jail.

List of Grand Jurors for the February 1908 Term

John Blixt Jr., Indian Lake Twp.
Nels Christianson, Round Lake Vill.
John Murphy, Round Lake Vill.
Charles Cing, Bigelow Twp.
Ole Benson, Little Rock Twp.
James Carey, Ellsworth Vill.
A.S. Firth, Lorain Twp.
Chas. Foelschow, Worthington Twp.
G.A. Lincoln, Worthington Vill.
S. Kinlund, Worthington Vill.
Chas. Gordon, Worthington Vill.
A.O. Hendricks, Adrian Vill.
John Engbarth, Adrian Vill.
W.N. Shanks, Elk Twp.
W.S. Fell, Summit Lake Twp.
Henry Boots, Larkin Twp.
Fred Blatti, Larkin Twp.
A. Peters, Lismore Vill.
Thomas Noonan, Lismore Twp.
John Hart Jr., Graham Lakes Twp.
B.N. Bodelson, Dundee Vill.
Chas. Fritz, Wilmont Twp.
L.W. Johnson, Leota Twp.

LIST OF PETIT JURORS

A. Frederickson, Round Lake Vill.
Lewis Larson, Bigelow Twp.
C.A. Foote, Ransom Twp.
Garret W. Fagon, Grand Prairie Twp.
Fred Fink, Ellsworth Vill.
J.A. Hansberger, Lorain Twp.
James Chermak, Worthington Twp.
John Ramage, Worthington Vill.
Wm. Wigham, Adrian Vill.
R.H. O'Day, Adrian Vill.
Wm. Hitchens, Adrian Vill.
Andrew Johnson, Westside Twp.
E.W. Scharping, Hersey Twp.
Wm. Whelan, Elk Twp.
Andy Hagberg, Elk Twp.
Simon Anderson, Summit Lake Twp.
H.A. Becker, Larkin Twp.
Thos. McLean, Lismore Twp.
John Schreiber, Graham Lakes Twp.
A.E. Halsinger, Kinbrae Vill.
C.J. Erickson, Dundee Vill.
H. Mohr, Bloom Twp.
Chris Martin, Leota Twp.
L. Kreun, Leota Twp.

Local News

Geo. Lutz, one of the prominent farmers of Bigelow, was in the city on business Wednesday.

Mrs. F.M. Manson and children left on Wednesday morning for California, where they will spend the winter.

The people of this section woke up to 18 below zero weather on Wednesday morning, the coldest of the season so far.

Arba Bedford has been quite sick the past week with inflamatory rhuematism. His mother came over from Rushmore on Tuesday to take care of him.

J.S. Kies returned on Tuesday from a trip through Iowa and Illinois. He says that the outlook for real estate business the coming year is very good, considering that it is a political year.

Miss Marie Dovery was taken down with diphtheria last week, and the family has since been under quarantine. Antitoxine soon squelched the disease, and the little patient is getting along nicely.

L.E. Miller, of Wilmont township, passed through Worthington Wednesday on his way home from Sibley, where he had been to visit his landlord, G.W. Mead, who is very low with cancer of the stomach, and not expected to live long.

LOCAL NEWS

Louis Voegel of Seward was in the city on business Monday.

Frank Williams and Emil Graff of Route 1 were callers on Monday.

Herb Noren again presides over the delivery wagon of Torrance & Son.

Steve and Will Wickstrome, of Route 2, were callers last Saturday.

Mrs. Swan Carlson will dispose of her personal property at auction on Feb. 20.

A.M. Hagerman of Hersey township is reported to be quite sick with typhoid fever.

Gust Larson, Walter and Wallace Saxon were callers at the Advance office last Saturday.

Andy Garrie, one of the Advance readers over in Jackson county, was a caller last Saturday.

Hugh Mitchell, one of the thrifty agriculturists of Bigelow township, was a caller Tuesday.

Gust Nystrom of Indian Lake marketed a carload of hogs here Tuesday, selling to the Ronan Bros.

Miss May Porter of Baraboo, Wis., is a guest at the home of G.C. Fellows in Elk township for a few weeks.

The XX Century Club will meet next Tuesday with Mrs. Wm. Chaney for the study of "The Dolls House."

Rev. and Mrs. G.G. Schmid went to St. Paul on Monday, where Mrs. Schmid submitted to an operation the day following.

D.W. Chute of Wilmont spent a number of days in town on business this week. Mr. Chute has a seed corn advertisement in this issue, and the best corn we have seen.

All members of Worthington Camp No. 2294 M.W.A., are requested to be at the next regular meeting February 5th, as the matter of holding the next district picnic will be taken up. Those who are members of the Commercial club are specialy requested to be present. By order of V.C.

Andy P. McDowell, of Faulkton, S.D., spent a few days here last week visiting old friends. Mr. McDowell was formerly employed in art preservative in this city, and later edited a paper at Adair, Ia., but is now engaged in the real estate business at Faulkton, and is coining money.

John Nystrom, who was seriously hurt in a fall from his wagon a couple of weeks ago, was taken home the first of the week. He regained consciousness, but did not fully recover control of his mental faculties for several days. He is unable to account for the accident.

The many young friends of Miss Dora Burchard gave her a delightful surprise party on Friday, Jan. 24. Among those present were Velma West, Genevieve Humiston, Hazel White, Helen Leonard, Ethel Smith, Mae Albinson, Sophia Albinson, Lena Netter, Dorothy Humiston and Verna Milton. The little folks enjoyed themselves with games and various sports. It was Miss Dora's 10th birthday anniversary.

H.R. Veeder, of Lorain, was in the city on business yesterday.

Miss Whitehed of Rochester, was a guest of Worthington friends Sunday.

A.H. Lawrence, of Summit Lake, was in the city yesterday and favored this office with a call.

Fred Dolheim and family returned last week from Spokane, Wash., where they spent several months visiting friends.

Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Frank, of Minneapolis, visited Worthington friends a couple of days the first of the week.

A.R. Albertus was called to Owatonna last Tuesday morning by a telegram announcing the serious illness of his mother.

S.S. Smith returned on Monday from the twin cities, where he visited friends and attended the annual communication of the Masonic Grand Lodge.

The many Worthington friends of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice I. Maxwell, of Ballard, Wash., will be interested in the fact that a daughter was born to them Jan. 23rd.

Frank Lyon returned a few days ago from a trip to the northern part of the state, where he went to look after some timber land. He caught parties red handed cutting his timber and had some fun bringing them to time.

The farmer feeds the world. Are you interested in a home of your own? Make an inspection of the Western Land Securities Co.'s large tract of agricultural land in Billings and Bowman counties, North Dakota. It will interest you. See A.M. Gregerson, our local agent.

John E. Benson, of Anderson & Benson went to St. James last Saturday to attend a district convention of the Swedish Lutheran church, being lay delegate from the church here. From there he went to Minneapolis, to take a course at an undertakers and embalmers school.

A surprise party was given in honor of Mrs. C.A. Eikenberry, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taylor last Thursday evening, the evening was spent playing many games, there being thirty young people present and all report a good time.

Ed. Moberg of Bigelow township, was a caller on Monday. Mr. Moberg has been shipping hay to the Chicago market the past month, and has worked up quite a business in that line. He is also taking an interest in our piano contest and as usual in such matters is getting results. Ed is one of the best hustlers in the county and no mistake.

R.E. Davis, carrier on Route 5, wishes to thank the following patrons who so kindly remembered him with generous gifts during the holiday season: Paul Schulz, pail of pork sausage; Thos. Hagge, large piece of fresh beef; Geo. Ferdon, spare-ribs and a spring chicken dressed; Geo. Hacker, two large spring chickens; Mrs. Wells, some fine pork steak and a live duck; J.F. Green, pail of pork sausage; Harry Strom, fine black silk muffler; D. Herline, six lbs. venison; F. Lyons, large box home made candy and jar of pure strained honey, and also for several fine lunches and treats Christmas Day.

A.J. Rice of Adrian registered at the Worthington house Tuesday.

Born -- On Jan. 16 to Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Koehue, of Loraine, a son.

Jesse Hamstreet of Rushmore, has taken a position in the Advance office.

Fred Johnson, one of the substantial farmers of Org, was a caller on Wednesday.

Coroner Dr. A.B. Williams and T.A. Fallgatter of Wilmont registered at the Worthington on Monday.

Adolph Herman returned home last Saturday from a week's visit in the neighborhood of Sheldon Iowa.

Rev. G.A. Cahoon has been a victim of the grip the past week, and his son, Guy, has had an attack of tonsilitis.

Mrs. J.C. Williamson and Marion have been quite sick the past week, and Mr. Williamson has also been under the weather.

For Sale -- N.W. corner of block 23, Worthington. If taken within 30 days, will sell for $4000. D.W. Chute, Wilmont, Minn.

Anton Fisher of Esterville, formerly of Worthington, had his barn burned last week. It is supposed to be the work of an enemy, as he was away at the time. Quite a lot of furniture and several sets of harness also went. The loss is quite heavy.

Mr. Hipple, a brother of Mrs. Thurston, living at Esterville, Iowa, are under quarantine for small pox. Mrs. Hipple is very sick, and Floida, the youngest son, is having convulsions. Mrs. Thurston is going in to care for them.

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