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Friday, March 6, 1908

LOCAL NEWS

G.T. Bulick of Reading was a county seat visitor on Tuesday.

E. Ruprecht of Bigelow was a Worthington visitor last Friday.

Supt. L.W. Abbott visited schools in Seward township on Tuesday.

Miss Pearl Wetherall is visiting friends at Spencer for a few days.

Banker J.E. Sahlstrom of Bigelow was a county seat visitor yesterday.

Oscar Nebel left this week for a visit with his parents in Wisconsin.

B.F. SMith of Jackson county did trading in Worthington last Monday.

Will Bartlett, the cigar manufacturer, is having a siege of the gripp this week.

C.F. Modisett, of Bigelow, transacted business at the county seat on Wednesday.

Fred Mohr, one of the substantial farmers of Reading, was a caller on Wednesday.

A.C. Anderson this week assisted Peter Ryan in moving from Summit Lake to Adrian.

G.H. Koehne of Route 4 this week moved onto one of Dan Shell's farms in Elk township.

Miss Addie Rowe of Rushmore was a guest at the home of C.A. Peterson one day this week.

Wanted -- A team, harness, and wagon. Must be reasonable. Phone or write C.R. Bishop, City.

For Sale -- One Lady-Elgin windmill 8-ft. wheel, 20-ft. tower, 150-ft. crib, all in good repair. G.F. Moore.

Miss Goldie Crever went to Minneapolis last Monday to enter a business college to take a course in shorthand and typewriting.

Fred H. Smith, for several years in the employ of the Omaha road as a switchman in the yards here, has rented one of U.S. Frye's farm northeast of town, and moved on it this week.

I.F. Kelley informs us that he is making arrangements to put in a creamery at Bigelow. The dairy business in that section has made such strides that he feels justified in making the venture and he believes the outlook is firstclass.

J.J. Kimmel and wife returned last Friday from a visit several months at their old home in Pennsylvania. They found their relatives and friends there enjoying good health and prosperity, with the exception of a sister of Mr. Kimmel, who died suddenly while they were there.

Rev. G.B. Wilder gave a lecture Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian church on the play, "Ten Nights in a Bar Room," which was illustrated by steopticon views. The lecture was well attended and proved very instructive. Rev. Wilder has spent considerable time on the lecture platform, and always handles his subjects with skill.

I.F. Kelley made a business trip to Minneapolis Wednesday.

Mrs. A.A. Wetherall returned last week from a visit at the home of a brother in Iowa.

A marriage license was issued on Wednesday to Adolph Perry and Pearl Greggory.

H.C. Carstensen of Round Lake passed through town Monday on his way home from North Dakota.

The embroidery club was delightfully entertained last Tuesday afternoon at home of Mrs. Dr. Gould.

Miss Helen Kindlund who has been in poor health for several months with nervous troubles, is reported to be very low at this writing.

John Wood has accepted a position with the Hubbard & Palmer Milling Co., at Mankato as weighmaster in the big mill at that place.

The annual inspection of Co. F will take place at the Armory next Tuesday evening. Col. Gerlock, U.S.A., will make the inspection.

Alderman E.V. Voak returned last Monday from his western trip. He was greatly taken up with the irrigated sections of Idaho, and secured a quarter section in the Twin Falls tract.

The last club dance was given at the opera hall last Saturday evening. Music was furnished by O'Connor's orchestra and was all that could be desired. A good time is reported by all present.

If stores and ranges give you trouble,
If they won't heat nor kettle bubble,
If fumes and gases make you choke
Suppose you try the Salvay Coke.
--Phone 24. Tuthill Lbr. Co.

A. Thomte has rented the front part of the Buchan block occupied by the Herald office, and it is now being fitted up for his accommodation. He expects to move his barber shop there in about ten days.

F.C. Brace, the jeweler, after a protracted siege of the gripp, resumed charge of his store last Monday. Mr. Brace was laid up four weeks, and Mrs. Brace and the baby were also on the sick list part of that time.

A.E. Hart left on Sunday last for St. Louis, where he expects to spend ten days looking for snaps for the spring trade. Mr. Hart is rated one of the shrewdest buyers in the west, as the many customers of his firm are well aware. Mrs. Hart accompanied him on the trip.

Kinbrae

Mrs. Gilson and Mrs. Winchell were Fulda visitors Monday.

Postmaster B.F. Holland went to St. James Saturday morning to visit his daughter who resides there and returned to Kinbrae Monday afternoon.

On account of a critical surgical operation which his wife is undergoing at St. Paul, Mr. C.W. Schneider was called there Monday afternoon.

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Chas. Pannell returned to his farm in Canada this week.

Otto Goedtke of Route 5 was a caller last Friday.

Rudolph Roos of Route 4 was a caller last Saturday.

Born -- On Thursday, Feb. 27, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Malenker, of Bigelow township, a son.

A surprise party was given at the home of Mrs. Wass on Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Engstrom.

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eickenberry, in Elk, was made glad last week by the arrival of a baby boy.

"Sandy" White and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby son, which event occurred on Tuesday.

Albert Amondson has sold his lunch counter to Bert Thurber, who will take possession the 16th of this month.

The last number of the entertainment course will be a concert by the popular Concert Favorites Co., on March 26.

The Birthday Club was entertained on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. F.A. Stevens, when a very pleasant session was had.

Friday, March 13, 1908

Obituary

Miss Helen Kindlund died at the home of her parents in this city on Thursday evening, March 5. The funeral was held on Sunday afternoon from the Swedish Lutheran church, and was very largely attended. Rev. Swan conducted the service and preached both in Swedish and English. the text for the sermon in Swedish was taken from Luke 2:48. The text for the English was taken from 1 John 3:2. Interment was made in the Worthington cemetery.

Helen Elizabeth Kindlund was born April 8, 1879, on a farm in Bigelow township, known as the homestead of Nels N. Langseth, where she lived until the fall of 1881, when they moved to Worthington and has lived here continually since. She received her education in the Worthington High School, and from childhood up to her death she was a member of the Swedish Lutheran church, in which she was confirmed in the spring of 1894. She always worked and stayed at home with a very few exceptions.

In 1904 she went into partnership with Miss Annie Johnson in the millinery business. In 1907 they dissolved partnership, Miss Kindlund continuing the business until her death.

She is deeply mourned by her parents, two sisters, Emma and Martha, a grandmother living in Sweden, and by many other relatives and scores of friends among the young people. Miss Kindlund suffered from diabetis and consulted Dr. Manson some time in May, 1907, taking his advice of refraining from business worry. In the fall she went to St. Paul and stayed with her aunt and was under Dr. Solberg's care. Last Tuesday she walked up to Dr. Manson's office and the next morning when the doctor called he ordered her to bed. She grew worse rapidly so that in the afternoon she lost speech and consciousness, and it could plainly be noticed that she was getting weak, with no hope for anything better. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock she was released from pain and died in the faith of her Saviour, at the age of 28 years, 10 [months] and 27 days.

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S.P. Bach of Round Lake registered at the Worthington on Tuesday.

Miss May Brejot, of Paris, Ill., has accepted a position in the dry goods department of Hart Co's. store.

Jas. Ramage arrived from Spokane on Tuesday and will spend a few days here looking after business affairs.

H.W. Larson of Wilmont was a county seat visitor on Tuesday.

I.F. Kelly and Wm. Burchard went to St. Paul on Tuesday to attend the buttermakers convention.

Capt. A.O. Steffens and family of Red Wing are here on a visit to his mother, Mrs. J.P. Biltgen, and other relatives.

Attorney R.V. Lewis, of Wilmont, was a county seat visitor Monday.

Herb Ager, of Hastings, this state, visited under the parental roof over Sunday.

Erastus Church is mourning the sad demise of his mule, which has been a familiar character on the streets of Worthington.

Mrs. J.H. Wickman and daughter Florence, and son Ernest, went to Minneapolis Wednesday afternoon, where they will spend a few days visiting friends.

Geo. Beam and family, of Clayton, Washington, are here on a visit at the home of John A. Albinson, a brother of Mrs. Beam. Mr. Beam is superintendent of a brick and tile factory at Clayton.

LOCAL NEWS

J.J. Kies made a business trip to Iowa the first of the week.

Carl Carlson of Dewald was in the city on business Wednesday.

J.A. Dahlberg was over from Rushmore on business the first of the week.

Editor Randolph, of Brewster, made this office a pleasant call last Saturday.

Born -- On Monday, March 9, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Olson, of Elk, a daughter.

Rev. C.O. Swan will preach in English next Sunday evening at the Swedish Lutheran church.

Editor Hamstreet of the Rushmore Enterprise passed through here Monday on his way to Bigelow.

Ed. Lawton came down from Minneapolis the first of the week to attend the inspection of Co. F.

Rev. J.E. Evans and son, Winter, arrived Monday from Wisconsin to attend the annual inspection of the militia company.

Corp. Nelson, Corp. Malmquist, Privates McChord, Mitchell, Black, Renshaw, Rowe and Smith were over from Rushmore to attend the inspection Monday evening.

Sergt. Barron and lady and Private A.P. Dahlberg and wife were among those from Rushmore that ate sauerkraut and wieners with Co. F. boys at armory Monday evening.

W.W. Breckon, Earl Black and Tony Malmquist came down from Mankato the latter part of last week to be in attendance at the annual inspection of Co. F that was held Monday evening.

Dan and P.H. Nystrom recently purchased a gasoline engine from Frank Saxon to use on their ranch and are also putting up a dipping tank. They have rented their fathers farm consisting of 320 acres. The boys believe in up-to-date farming.

Miss Carrie McCune is home from a visit at Jackson.

Miss Lillian Yates made a trip to Sioux City on business Tuesday.

Mrs. Stanley Moore went to Minneapolis last Friday for a short visit.

C.R. Faulkner of Route 5 was in the city Monday doing trading.

The Tourist Club met on Monday afternoon with Mrs. Wm. Chaney.

Miss Durigan, of Sioux City, is here on a visit to Mrs. Jas. Suddaby.

Mrs. Louie Larson, of Storden, is here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Nels Eggleston.

Mrs. H.S. Hobson and Dr. W.J. Dodge spent Sunday with their parents at Round Lake.

Wm. Schaader returned on Sunday from Milwaukee, where he had been to consult an oculist.

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Earl, of Austin, were guests of Mrs. Wheeler between trains on Tuesday afternoon.

Mrs. F.E. Durfee returned last Friday from a week's visit in Minneapolis, taking in the grand opera.

A marriage license was issued on Monday to W.N. Baker of Hancock county, Iowa, and Miss Emma Ackerman of Nobles county.

Miss Christine Kinlund [Kindlund], of Minneapolis, a sister of S. Kindlund came down last Saturday to attend the funeral of her niece, Helen.

C. Soderholm came down from Reading yesterday to attend the anti-saloon league convention held at the M.E. church.

Jay Wolven and Glen Baker left yesterday on a trip to the Pacific coast. They will visit at numerous points on the way out.

The town election in Elk resulted as follows: Supervisor, S.J. Anderson; clerk, John Apel; treasurer, A.F. Eshleman; assessor, J.M. Kimmel; justices of the peace for two years, R.C. Free, one year, Will Shanks; constables, John Gaiser and Ernest Apel.

Mrs. A.L. Gatten of Round Lake did shopping in Worthington yesterday.

Mrs. John Martin and Mrs. Hester of Round Lake visited in town yesterday.

Fred Trunk was elected a member of the Worthington town board at Tuesday's election.

The Euchre Club was entertained on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Geo. W. Roth, when a very pleasant time was had.

C.W. Voak returned to his home at Lake Geneva, Wis., on Tuesday after a visit of several days here at the home of his brother, E.V. Voak.

The ladies of the Relief Corps will give a supper at the G.A.R. hall next Tuesday evening, March 17, from 5 o'clock until all are served. Supper 25c.

J.S. Frink has let a contract to J. Palm for the remodeling the interior of his residence, which when completed will give Mr. Frink a thoroughly modern home.

Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Kies entertained a small party [of] friends last evening at cards. Mr. and Mrs. Kies are delightful entertainers and a very pleasant time was had by all present.

Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Hart returned on Wednesday from their trip to St. Louis. Mr. Hart says he has secured many great bargains for the spring trade, of which announcement will be made later.

Miss Rozetta Hendrix organizer of the Minnesota W.C.T.U., will hold a meeting for women in the Sunday school room of the Presbyterian church, on Thursday afternoon, March 19, at 3 o'clock. All ladies are earnestly requested to the present.

B.F. Good died last Monday at the home of his son-in-law, C.R. Faulkner, who lives on section 5, Worthington township. The funeral was held on Wednesday from Chaney & Mackay's undertaking establishment, interment being made in the Worthington cemetery. Mr. Good was 60 years of age, and was an old railroad man. The cause of death was paralysis.

The Whist Club was entertained on Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Ramage. An enjoyable session is reported.

Dewald

One day last week Al Lambert had the pleasure of pitching a load of hay over five times before he had it where he wanted it. Must have had a tipover.

John Horastine will start for his claim in North Dakota in a few days.

Miss Olga Hagberg went over to Seward to take care of Grandma Hagberg who is quite feeble. We feel sure Grandma will get the best of care.

J.E. Darling called on Dewald friends the past week.

Elk Center

Q. Barnes moved from the Shell onto the place vacated by Herbert Pratt. Mr. Hugo Kuehne moved onto the Shell farm.

Miss Lelsa Schulz is working for Mrs. Henry Apel this week.

W.S. Rainer has another attack of the grippe.

A number of the Elk Center young people went in and surprised the Misses Schulz last Friday eve.

Miss Pearl Wolfe, from Salem, S. Dakota, is here visiting her brother Charles.

Quite a few of the Elk Center young people were pleasantly entertained at the Schechter home last Sunday.

The Sisters' Mission Band met with Mrs. A.G. Finchke this week.

Miss Lloyd Ethelman and Eugene Steinman visited friends near Brewster, Sunday.

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Mrs. H.R. Edwards entertained a large number of lady friends Tuesday afternoon.

The Rt. Rev. Samuel C. Edsall, bishop of Minnesota, will hold services at St. John's Episcopal church next Sunday morning, when the rite of confirmation will be conferred. All are cordially invited to this service.

The members of the Congregational church gave a reception last Friday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ray Humiston in honor of their pastor, Rev. Wm. Fletcher, and his estimable spouse. It proved a very delightful function.

Friday, March 20, 1908

A SOCIAL EVENT
Mmes. Dolan, Coughran and Rew Hold a Joint Reception St. Patrick's Day.

Mmes. C.P. Dolan, F.R. Coughran and Harvey Rew held a joint reception on Tuesday afternoon St. Patrick's day, at the pleasant home of the former. The decorations were appropriate to the day and very pretty. An Irish flag with the motto: "Auld Erin Go Brau" was the main feature.

The function was held in three sections, from 3 to 4, from 4 to 5, and from 5 to 6. About 75 ladies had been invited, a third of which number were present at the time. The refreshments were elaborate, and were as far as possible emblematic of the day. The reception proved to be one of the most delightful social events of the season.

Married

On Wednesday the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Larson, on 7th ave., was the scene of an auspicious event, when their daughter Hannah was married to Mr. Oluf Anderson, of Minneapolis. Rev. C.O. Swan performed the ceremony, which was witnessed by a company of relatives and friends, and was followed by the usual festivities. The young people will make their home on a farm near Kandiyohi, this state, and left for there on the afternoon train.

Married

Mr. Wm. A. Vollmer and Miss Edith M. Davis were married on Friday evening, March 13, 1908, at the home of the bride's parents, in Clary addition. Rev. G.A. Cahoon officiated and pronounced the mystic words that made the two young people one. Miss Hattie Bedient was bridesmaid and Mr. John Sowles attended the groom. The ceremony was followed by the usual festivities. The young people will make Worthington their home for the present.

Route Three

A.D. Elliott stopped off on his way from California to his home in Winnipeg, and spent Sunday with A.W. Lyons and family.

Frank Green had the pole on his buggy break down while on his way to town one day this week, but fortunately escaped any injury.

Mr. and Mrs. Lyon expect to go to Foley, Minn., next week, to look over their land interests there.

Frank Lyon and daughter, Miss Nellie, attended the sale at Tipton's Thursday.

Eli Ogg and family and M. Young spent Sunday at the Frank Green home.

C.H. Kunze is visiting in Iowa this week.

Mrs. Frank Green entertained the Country Ladies' Club on Thursday afternoon, March 12th. Delicious refreshments were served and a good time is reported by all.

Tuesday evening a party was given at the Mullen home, in district No. 72, in honor of the 8th grade class and their friends. A pleasant time is reported.

LOCAL NEWS

Mrs. Will Schrader is on the sick list.

Mayor E.A. Tripp came up from Round Lake Tuesday to vote.

Alfred Johnson, of Lismore, registered at the Worthington Monday.

Peter Spartz, of Wilmont, was a guest at the Western last Monday.

Fred Kasten, of Route 3, was in the city last Saturday doing trading.

Wm. Hulser, of Pfingston, transacted business in Worthington Monday.

Judge g.W. Wilson went to Jackson yesterday afternoon on legal business.

Jas. Bixbee, of Round Lake, transacted business at the county capital Tuesday.

James Mitchell and Albert Zolmer, of Adrian, were county seat visitors on Wednesday.

Ray Anderson and Gust Vik, of Round Lake, registered at the Western last Monday.

Elmer Tripp, a grain buyer at Round Lake, transacted business at Worthington Tuesday.

Sheriff Newton Fauskee made a trip to Wilmont and Lismore Tuesday on official business.

Theo. Bahls, the Round Lake grain and lumber dealer, transacted business in Worthington on Tuesday.

F.C. Turner left this week for New York state with two carloads of horses belonging to R.S. Hurd.

Ed. Moberg, of Bigelow township, was a Worthington visitor on Monday, and made this office a pleasant call.

Sheriff Fauskee went to Adrian Wednesday afternoon to summon witnesses in the Evenson forgery case.

A marriage license was issued by the Clerk of Court on Wednesday to Mr. Henry Hennings and Miss Maggie Buss.

Capt. A.O. Steffens and wife returned to their home at Redwing, Thursday, after a week's visit with relatives here.

J.A. Albert, of Luverne, was a Worthington visitor Wednesday. He expects to open a saloon in Rockwell's old stand.

Mrs. Wm. Marple went to Bigelow yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. Salstrom. From there she returns to her home in Minneapolis.

Wm. Henning, of Mankato, has accepted a position as night clerk at the Worthington in place of Lyle Thurber, who has resigned to take the night turn at the depot lunch counter.

A.C. Hedberg, of Mankato, was in the city Wednesday and Thursday looking after business matters and shaking hands with his numerous friends. Mr. Hedberg was formerly engaged in the real estate busines in Worthington.

A.C. Dickens visited St. Paul last week.

W.W. Buss, of Seward, was a caller Friday.

Miss Helen Patterson is on the sick list this week.

Howell Stearns, of Brewster, was a Worthington visitor last Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Kies are visiting friends in Minneapolis for a few days.

Nels Anderson, of Alta, Iowa, visited at the home of Nels Olson last Friday.

Mrs. V.E. Butler, of Heron Lake, was a guest of Mrs. Gillett one day last week.

A.R. Albertus returned last Saturday from a visit to Owatonna and the twin cities.

The Wilmont Hotel is being refitted thruout and will be for rent to the right parties.

Mrs. A.H. Rice and daughter Nola, of St. James, visited friends here last Sunday.

F.E. North, of the Omaha round house force, spent Sunday with friends at Sioux City.

T. Jacobson, of Jewell Jct., Ia., spent a number of days here last week, looking after his farms.

Miss Susie Dingwall and Miss Sally Tripp of Round Lake, passed through Worthington Tuesday on their way to Dundee.

Mrs. D.W. Chute of Wilmont came down on the R.I. train Tuesday, on business and shopping trip, returning on Wednesday.

I.A. Milton, one of the progressive farmers of Ransom township, was a county seat visitor last Monday, and made this office a pleasant call.

Rev. G.G. Schmid went to St. Paul on Tuesday morning to bring home Mrs. Schmid, who has been a patient in the hospital there several weeks.

Nels Moberg and family will move back on their farm in Bigelow township next week. They left Duluth yesterday, but will stop at Henning for a short visit with Mrs. Moberg's parents.

Rev. G.A. Cahoon left on Wednesday morning for Tracy to attend a meeting of the District Ministerial Association of the M.E. church, which was held Wednesday and Thursday.

Dr. A.J. Simpson made his regular visit to Worthington last Friday and Saturday, and as usual had a large number of patients waiting for him. The doctor has made good in his profession, and is enjoying a fine practice.

Mayor W.H. Sievert, of Wilmont was a county seat visitor on Wednesday.

Mrs. Willard Layme, of Luverne, was operated on at the Worthington hospital last week for hernia.

J.M. Larson came down from St. Peter, where he is attending school, to vote and attend his sister's wedding.

M.L. Holbrook came up from LeMars last Monday and gathered up a large number of orders for his pantorium.

The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Moore last week submitted to a throat and nose operation at the Worthington hospital.

A.E. Hart went to Marshall last Sunday evening, where he spent several days superintending the shipment of a large lot of wool, which he bought there.

Curtis Brown, who recently moved on the Hurd place, was in the city last Saturday on business. He reports a fine crop of lambs at his place. He has 24 lambs from 14 ewes, one ewe having quadruplets.

Dr. F.M. Manson received a telephone message from Mankato Wednesday announcing the death of his mother, which sad event occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Curren. Dr. Manson went there on Wednesday to remain until after the funeral.

L.M. Austin, of Jefferson, Iowa, visited relatives and friends a few days the latter part of last week. He was on his way to Mountain Lake to look after a hotel property owned by his father. Mr. Austin is, with the help of his brother, running two hotels and a daily newspaper at Jefferson City.

A marriage that attracted considerable attention was solemnized last Saturday by Court Commissioner F.A. Stevens, when Sam Spangler, an old resident of Graham Lakes township, was married to Miss Cecelia Kribs, of Sioux county, Ia. The groom is upwards of 60 years of age, and the bride 27.

The High License caucus was held last Saturday evening, when the following ticket was nominated: President, W.E. Madison; Trustees, C.P. Dolan, Will Ronan, C.L. Maxwell; Recorder, John Boberg; Treasurer, Sam Swanson; Assessor, Robt. Reed. John Boberg declined the nomination for recorder because he expects to be gone the coming summer, and R.H. Torrance was put on for the office. C.L. Maxwell also declined to run for trustee, and C.B. Ward was put on in his place. S.A. Stewart, A.P. Rose and T.A. Palmer were appointed city committee for ensuing year.

Judge Cory this week made an order directing Jas. F. Cox, administrator of the estate of the estate of Margaret Pembroke, deceased, to deposit with the county treasurer $1422.41, being the share of William J. Pembroke, one of the heirs whose address or whereabouts is unknown. The law provides that money so deposited shall be credited to the county revenue fund, but upon application made to the probate court by the person entitled thereto within twenty-one years after such deposit, the court may order the same paid to such person without interest. If not claimed within twenty-one years it becomes the property of the county.

Ellsworth News: Chas. A. Bird, cashier of the First National bank, returned Tuesday morning from his winter's sojourn in California. Mr. Bird is enthusiastic over the future possibilities of the west and especially Tulare county, where the Porter holdings are located.

Luverne Herald: C.E. Older, of the Luverne Nursery, on Friday shipped 20,000 Norway poplars to C.F. Harris, at York, Neb. Mr. Older states that the demand for Norway poplars is very heavy, which indicates that a great many farmers are impressed with the value of this tree as a lumber tree and that there is good money in raising it for this purpose.

Nobles Co. Democrat: J.E. Orr, of Ruthton, Minn., and F.J. Forkenbrock, of Adrian, have formed a partnership under the name of Orr & Forkenbrock, and about the first of April the new firm will open a general store in the Jones building, two doors north of the postoffice.

S.B. Bedford, of Rushmore, and Clarence Faragher, of Adrian, have arranged to establish an undertaking business at Rushmore, to be managed as a branch by Mr. Faragher, who went to St. Paul the first of the week to order a supply of mortuary goods.

Friday, March 27, 1908

LOCAL NEWS

Mrs. Wm. Devaney visited her sister at Bigelow Tuesday.

Jas. Chermack of Route 3 did trading in town last Saturday.

A.H. Lambert one of the pioneers of Dewald, was in the city Tuesday.

O.H. Nystrom, of Bigelow township, was in the city Tuesday doing trading.

Born -- On Wednesday, March 25, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hagberg, a daughter.

C.W. and Dave Hutton of Route 3 were in the city last Saturday doing trading.

Louis Olson was among the many Bigelow people in the city last Saturday doing trading.

A.S. Firth, one of the prominent farmers of Loraine, was a Worthington visitor Saturday.

Lee Leonard has bought a residence property on McMillan street and moved in last week.

C.H. Ager, of Minneapolis, spent a number of days here the first of the week visiting his parents.

Misses Esther and Nellie Johnson of Indian Lake were in this city last Saturday on a shopping trip.

Dave Herline, the bonanza farmer of section 7, Worthington township, was in town Saturday on a trading trip.

Notice -- All parties are hereby cautioned that no fishing or hunting will be allowed on my premises, the seĽ of section 35, Worthington township. Chas. Anton.

Mrs. Frank Glasgow returned last week from a visit at her old home at Graceville, this state, and a sojourn in the twin cities and Chicago, where she studied spring and summer styles for 1908. She also bought a large stock of goods for this seasons trade.

H.F. Rockwell of Fairmont was in the city on business Tuesday. Mr. Rockwell and his partner, J.A. Alberts of Luverne, have made application for a saloon license for their old stand, and we understand Mr. Rockwell expects to move back here in that event.

The Worthington Chapter of Royal Arch Masons held a very interesting session last Monday evening, when the Royal Arch degree was conferred on J.R. Ramage of Spokane, W.W. Larson of Wilmont and Newton Fauskee of this city. The ceremonials were followed by a banquet at the Worthington, which proved a very delightful affair. The following out of town Masons were in attendance: A.B. Williams, T.A. Fallgattar, C.W. Becker, Wilmont; W.C. Wyatt, Bigelow and D.H. Sisson, of Reading.

 Thos. Hutton was in from Route 3 Tuesday doing trading.

Banker C.R. West of Brewster was a business visitor at the county seat yesterday.

S.A. Voss one of the solid farmers of Bigelow township did trading at the county seat Tuesday.

Strayed -- About March 1, a red 2-year old heifer, red spots. Finder please notify Clyde Williams, Rt. 3, City.

Mrs. J.P. Biltgen went to Bigelow last Saturday afternoon and visited her daughter, Mrs. J.A. Salstrom over Sunday.

Geo. W. Allen and family, of Fort Dodge, Ia., are here on a visit to his parents, Col. and Mrs. Allen of the Lakeview house.

Geo. W. Beam and family left on Wednesday for their home at Spokane, after a visit of three weeks at the home of John A. Albinson.

Albert Amondson has moved into one of the Darling cottages on Humiston avenue. Bert Thurber has moved into the dwelling he vacated.

For Sale -- Seed timothy, thoroughly cleaned. Minn. No. 25 Seed flax. Good seed barley.
Mrs. H.A. Bassett, Rushmore, Minn.

Vic Anderson returned yesterday from Chicago, where he marketed two carloads of fat cattle which brought the fancy price of $6.25 per cwt. Mr. Anderson claims the palm for high prices for this section.

The Patterson-Erickson Co. this week sold three of their high grade registered Percheron stallions. One to A.P. Voight, of Windom, for $1000, another to Andrew Anderson, of Bigelow, for about the same price, and another to Alex Wilson.

Strayed -- A bay mare about 5 yrs. old, with small white spot on forehead, one white hind foot, weighing about 950 lbs. Had on buck-skin halter when last seen. Finder please notify H.S. Meyers, Worthington, Minn.

Peter and Albert Swanson, Henning Grand and Clyde Williams, returned last Monday from Bowman county, N.D., where they took homesteads. The boys are favorably impressed with that section and think they have struck a good thing. We hope it will pan out well for them.

Elk Center

Geo. Fellows returned last Saturday from the state agricultural school at Hamline, where he had finished a 6 month's course.

J.R. Tipton has shipped his household goods from Fulda to Clark county, S.D., and left for there this week with his family.

Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Fellows, old and highly esteemed residents of Elk, last Monday evening celebrated the 25th anniversary of their wedding day, assisted by about forty of their relatives and friends. They were made recipients of a large and handsome collection of silverware as a reminder of the occasion. An elaborate wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Fellows are held in high esteem by everybody in Elk, in fact by all who knew them, and all will join in wishing them many returns of the day.

Con. DeGuse has moved on a farm near Round Lake, and the place here vacated by him is now occupied by Al. Berger.

Guy Fellows made a trip to Worthington Thursday.

LOCAL NEWS

Ernest Apel of Route 2 was in the city Saturday.

W.E. Larimour of Route 3 transacted business here Tuesday.

Miss Hattie McCune was on the sick list the first of the week.

C.R. Faulkner of Route 5 did trading in Worthington Saturday last.

Banker J.E. Salstrom of Bigelow was in the city on business Monday.

Born -- On Monday, March 15, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Latta, a daughter.

Born -- On Sunday, March 22, 1908 to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McCresky, a son.

S.J. Anderson a prominent Elk farmer, had business in Worthington Saturday.

Mrs. Jas. Suddaby went to Sioux City last Saturday and visited friends over Sunday.

Mrs. J.J. Kies returned on Wednesday from a visit with her mother in Minneapolis.

John, Christ and Henry Apel, of Elk township, were in the city on business last Friday.

Mrs. A.C. Dickens on Tuesday afternoon entertained the Embroidery Club. A pleasant time is reported.

For Sale -- My 5 year old brown driving mare. Weight 1050. D.P. Schechter.

The Missionary Society of the Congregational church will meet with Mrs. E.C. Pannell next Wednesday afternoon.

Gust Selberg one of the leading farmers of Ransom township, transacted business in Worthington last Saturday.

Mrs. W.J. Cowing of Jackson spent a number of days here visiting her daughter, Mrs. A.R. Albertus, returning home on Tuesday.

Mrs. Harvey Rew entertained the whist club on Monday evening. There was a good attendance and all report a good time. Refreshments were served.

Mrs. Harry Allen, who has been visiting here for some time, went Minneapolis the first of the week, where she has secured a position as bookkeeper.

Mrs. M. Sorem of Ransom township, a lady of 80 years, fractured her hip bone in a fall last Friday. Owing to her advanced age her injury will probably be slow in healing.

Judge and Mrs. G.W. Wilson entertained a number of friends at cards Monday evening. Several tables were filled, and playing continued for several hours. Dainty refreshments were served.

P.C. Anderson of Org was in the city Saturday.

S.V. Colvin of Dewald did trading here Saturday.

David Jones of Loraine did trading in town last Saturday.

Jos. Taylor of Route 3, was in town Saturday doing trading.

Miss Blair of Reading visited in Worthington last Saturday.

John Blixt of Indian Lake was in town on business Saturday.

Steve Feit [Felt?], of Elk, did trading in Worthington last Saturday.

Nick Weinandt made a business trip to Dundee last Friday.

Rev. d'Argent, of Reading, was a Worthington visitor Saturday.

Gerald Sharp, of Elk, transacted business in town last Saturday.

Wm. Marshall of Reading was a county seat visitor last Saturday.

Wallace Saxon, of Indian Lake, was in the city on business last Saturday.

Peter Nystrom was among the Indian Lake people in town last Saturday.

Chas. Rowley and Frank Black of Reading did business in Worthington Saturday.

Gust Williams, a prominent Reading farmer, did trading in Worthington Saturday last.

O.E. Slifer was in Saturday on a trading trip and swapping stories with his many friends.

Wm. Shanks, one of the progressive farmers of Seward did trading in Worthington last Friday.

C.F. Martin, one of the leading farmers of Elk township, was in the city on business Saturday.

E.J. Murphy, of St. Paul, stopped off here last Saturday, while enroute to Omaha, to visit friends.

Country Commissioner W.F. Moss of Summit Lake, transacted business in the city last Saturday.

C.r. Larson, one of the sturdy young farmers of Indian Lake, was a county seat visitor last Saturday.

J.A. Saxon, one of the substantial farmers of Indian Lake, transacted business at the county seat Saturday.

The streets of Worthington were illuminated last Saturday by the rays of F.S. Burrough's efulgent countenance.

Prof. D.B. Kumler, who is teaching in district No. 52, near Reading, come home Saturday to spend Sunday with his family.

J.E. Moberg of Bigelow township was in the city Saturday doing trading, and was accompanied with his smile that won't come off.

Mrs. Mary W. Eggleston returned last week from the Pacific coast, where she had spent several months visiting relatives and friends.

Ole Nystrom of Bigelow township was in the city last Saturday doing trading. Mr. Nystrom had been laid up several weeks with a broken limb, but is coming out all right.

Harry Lewis was on the sick list last Friday and Saturday.

Fred Darling of Route 1 was in the city Saturday doing trading.

Geo. Doden [Doeden] was in from Indian Lake Saturday doing trading.

C.A. Vihlen of Indian Lake was in the city Saturday doing trading.

Arthur Johnson of Indian Lake did trading in Worthington Saturday.

John Nystrom of Indian Lake did trading in Worthington last Saturday.

C.O. Wells of Route 3 was a business caller at this office last Saturday.

E.P. Johnson of Indian Lake was in Worthington last Saturday doing trading.

Chas. Hagberg of Reading transacted business in Worthington last Saturday.

Gust and Henry Nystrom of Indian Lake were Worthington visitors Saturday.

Clarence R. Thompson of Indian Lake transacted business in Worthington last Saturday.

Ole Ellingson, one of Indian Lake's jolliest farmers, transacted business in town last Saturday.

WM. Malcolm, the prominent Bigelow stock man, transacted business in Worthington Saturday.

G.T. Bulick, a leading citizen of Reading, transacted business at the county capital last Saturday.

W.L. and Walter Gustafson, and Jelmer Peterson of Bigelow township, were in the city Saturday doing trading.

B.H. Janssen of Seward township on Monday took home a fine registered shorthorn bull, bought from W.I. Humiston, which he will place at the head of his herd. Mr. Janssen is one of the progressive farmers of Seward, and believes in improving his stock.

A. Oberman has moved on his farm southwest of town.

Chas. Won, the laundryman, Sundayed in the twin cities.

Banker W.M. Evans went to Round Lake yesterday on business.

Mrs. H.S. Hobson gave a series of pleasant receptions this week.

G.W. Wheeler of Rushmore was a Worthington visitor Tuesday.

J.M. Addington made a business trip to Lake Benton this week.

For Sale: -- Good mondern house good location. J.M. Messer, Worthington, Minn.

Mrs. F.A. Stevens was called to Albert Lea the first of the week to attend the funeral of a brother.

R.C. and F.V. Thom of Rushmore were county seat visitors yesterday.

Mrs. C.B. Ward went to LaCrosse the first of the week for a visit with her parents.

Prof. H.K. Edwards left yesterday for St. Paul to attend a meeting of high school superintendents.

D. Behrens, one of the substantial farmers of Worthington township, transacted business in the city last Saturday.

Senator S.B. Bedford and Chas. Hamstreet of Rushmore passed thru here Monday on their way to Brewster to inspect the heating plant in the Brewster school.

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Source:
Microfilm, Worthington Advance; Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN; obtained November, 2007.


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