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Friday, August 6, 1909

Death from Blood Poison

Edwin Sisk, the 9-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Sis, of Elk township, died Sunday night, the cause of his death being blood poison. About a week before the boy had stepped on a rusty nail which penetrated his foot. Soon afterwards the injured member commenced to swell and gave him great pain. Medical attendance was at once secured, but blood poison had set in and nothing could be done for the little sufferer and death came to his relief Sunday night about six o'clock.

Funeral services were held on Monday. The deepest sympathy is extended to the bereaved parents by neighbors and friends.

LOCAL NEWS NOTES

Nels Grelson is reported as being seriously ill.

L.H. Gray made a business trip to Sioux City Wednesday.

E.V. Voak made a business trip to Heron Lake Monday.

Seed rye for sale, Address Carl Lindstrom, Worthington, Minn.

Rueben Oakes visited with friends at Bigelow Monday and Tuesday.

J.J. Weitzel, of Wilmont, transacted business in the county metropolis Friday.

Mrs. J.C. Casareto and daughter, Olga visited relatives at Sioux Falls Monday.

Miss Loretta Ferguson went to Brewster Monday for a few days visit with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. John Baird, of Reading, visited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F.G. Bulick.

Miss Minnie Westby came up from Bigelow Wednesday to take teachers' examinations.

Lewis Larson, of Rushmore, was transacting business in Worthington Monday afternoon.

Peter Geyerman and son, Rudolph and wife, of Brewster, were Worthington visitors Friday.

Misses Kathryn Humiston and Lucile Stephens spent Wednesday with friends at Bigelow.

Mrs. Ellen Bisbee, of Minneapolis, visited over Sunday at the home of Mrs. C.J. Smallwood.

D.S. Herbert, of Sauk Center, Minn., visited over Sunday with his cousin, L.M. Herbert, of this city.

Miss Theresa Pulford, of Minneapolis, arrived this week for a visit at the home of Merle Hurlbert.

Mrs. J.N. Gould and Mrs. J. Suddaby left Wednesday for the twin cities for a visit with friends.

The school board has this week begun to put in their supply of coal at the school house for next winter.

Miss Carrie Sorem, of Bigelow, visited with her brother, Michael, in this city between trains Tuesday.

Joe Hagerman came down from Brewster Monday to take the teachers examinations held here that day.

Mrs. J.A. Murray, of Duluth, arrived Tuesday for a visit with her brother, J.A. Smith, and family.

The Bon Ton billiard hall, of which John Masgai is owner, is being fitted out with a new tin roof this week.

Miss Clara Ackerman came over from Rushmore Monday and visited with friends until Wednesday afternoon.

Miss Gertrude Mishler returned Monday from a few weeks visit with friends at Waterloo and Clear Lake, Iowa.

Miss Catherine Erie, of Kinbrae, arrived in Worthington Monday and will be the guest of friends for a few days.

Mrs. L.A. Kallestad and daughter, Marie, of Frost, Minn., are the guests at the home of Ole Ellington this week.

Mrs. L.M. Guernsey, of Rushmore, came over Monday afternoon for a few days visit at the home of her son, Cole.

Wanted -- Man and team for tanking with threshing machine. Address David P. Schechter, Worthington, Minn.

Guy Bigelow, of St. James, is the guest of his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Dow, for a few weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Maxwell went to Windom this week for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. W.A. Peterson.

Register of Deeds, Harry R. Tripp and family are on a camping expedition at Round Lake for a couple of weeks.

Mrs. Cain and Miss Emma Ruprecht, of Bigelow, transacted business and visited friends at the county seat Tuesday.

Mrs. H.A. Cramer returned Tuesday from Sioux City, where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. F.A. Dow.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Baumann, of Ewington township, are enjoying a visit from their daughter, Mrs. Meinhart, of Lenard, Ill.

I.F. Kelley returned Saturday from Iowa and Illinois, where he has been calling on his butter and egg shippers.

Mrs. E.H. Canfield, of Luverne, who has been visiting her son, A.L., in this city for a few days, returned to her home Monday afternoon.

Mrs. J.P. Hein, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. George Pfarrer for a few days, returned to her home at Brewster, Tuesday.

Mrs. R.E. Smith returned Wednesday from Rushmore, where she had been to visit her mother, Mrs. H.A. Bassett.

Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Atkinson, of Chicago, arrived Tuesday and will visit for several weeks at the home of M.P. Mann.

J.H. Orvis, train despatcher for the C.R.I.&P. Ry. at Estherville, and wife spent Tuesday with friends in Worthington.

Mrs. Laura Leistico was a passenger to Heron Lake, Wednesday, where she will spend a few days with friends and relatives.

C.d. Chalfaut [Chalfant], of Steator, Ill., was in Worthington this week looking after a number of farms which he owns in Nobles county.

Misses Ethel Boyle and Ella Roerig, of Adrian, who have been visiting Miss Amelia Masgai for the past week returned home Friday.

Miss Mary Gerdes, who is employed as cook at Steffens' restaurant went to Fulda Tuesday to spend a week's vacation with her parents.

Miss Daisy Vail left Wednesday afternoon for Stewartville, this state, to visit with her sister, Mrs. J.H. Towery, for several days.

Miss Eva Hart, of Kinbrae, who has been visiting for the past week at the home of J.K. Mater in this city, returned home Wednesday.

Mrs. Charles Olson and son, Floyd, of Jackson, spent a few days visiting at the home of Wm. Hastings the past week, returning home Monday.

Ed Brown, the grain buyer at Bigelow, was in the city Tuesday in company with his son, Vincent, who had an abscess upon his left cheek lanced.

Mrs. Chas. Sundberg and daughter, Mrs. Svante Kall, left Tuesday for Gourie and Fort Dodge, Iowa, for a visit with relatives for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Wilson and children left Monday afternoon for a visit with relatives at Canton, Ill., which place is Mr. Wilson's former home.

Mrs. Wells, who has been a guest at the home of her cousin, A.R. Bloom in this city for the past two weeks, returned Monday to her home in St. Paul.

Mrs. Ida Leary and daughter, who have been the guests of the former's brother, Stanley Moore, for a week, returned to their home at Sioux City Monday.

Misses Hilma Schultz and May Johnson, of Heron Lake, who have been visiting relatives in the city for the past week, returned to their home Tuesday afternoon.

Miss Marjorie Robinson went to Luverne, Wednesday to visit for a short time with her sister, Mrs. M.E. Dodge, who is employed in one of the hotels in that city.

Miss Elsie Boyce, of Adrian, was the guest of Mrs. J.N. Gould, between trains Monday, while on her way home from a visit with friends in the vicinity of Bigelow.

Miss Bertha Blood, who is nurse at the Manson hospital, went to Sioux City, Tuesday afternoon for a visit of a few weeks with her parents, who reside at that place.

John S. Tolverson, president of the First National Bank, and Attorney A.W. Tiereny [Tierney?], of Fulda, were in Worthington Monday on business before the probate court.

Mrs. E.E. Manski and two children and Miss Martha Ang, of Minneapolis, who have been visiting relatives and friends in this city for about a month, returned home Monday.

Misses Lillian and Pearl Thom, of Rushmore, were the guests of friends in the city between trains Tuesday, on their return from Duluth, where they had been visiting relatives.

Misses Freda Pieper and Jessie Rohwer, of Rushmore, who have been attending summer school and taking the teacher's examinations in Worthington, returned home Wednesday afternoon.

Jet Smallwood and L.M. Herbert accompanied their old college-mate, A.F. Strebel, Sunday as far as Windom, who was on his way to his home at Sauk Center, returning the same evening.

Mrs. Harm Rust, of Reading, accompanied her sisters, Mrs. Carlyle, of Morgan, Minn., and Miss Wederatch, of Morton, this state, who were returning to their homes, after a pleasant visit with their sister.

Chas. Beckley, who has been visiting a few days in this city with his brother, L.H., returned to his home at Portage, Mich., Monday. Mr. Beckley has recently been in the west, where he has been visiting his three sons, residing there and while in Montana, Idaho and Washington register for land at the large reservation opening in these states.

Fred Hassleman, of Lismore, who received a telegram Tuesday announcing the serious illness of his sister at Dyersville, Iowa, passed through the city Wednesday enroute to that place.

Albert Dietrich, who was formerly employed on the bridge gang for the Omaha, is relieving J.M. Wilson as baggage-master, while the latter is enjoying a vacation spent with relatives in Illinois.

Miss Grace Hagerman returned to her home at Brewster Wednesday afternoon after completing a successful term at summer school and taking the teachers' examinations held here the fore part of the week.

Misses Lizzie Dorenkamper and Lela Smith, who have been attending summer school, spent Sunday with relatives at Adrian, returning Monday afternoon in order to take the teachers examinations held here this week.

J.B. Scheier, the Adrian miller, passed through Worthington Tuesday, enroute to Mankato, at which place he has purchased a two-seated Ford touring car and expects to drive the auto back home if the roads permit.

Mrs. Caroline Lestico returned Sunday from St. Peter, where she had been to visit her son, William, who is confined in the hospital. She found him much improved mentally and hopes are entertained that he will soon be able to come home.

Newton Fauskee returned Tuesday night from St. Cloud, to which place he had accompanied Harry Miller to the state reformatory, where the latter enters upon his term at that institution for shoe thievery from a box car in the Omaha yards at this place.

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Wolven and son, Ray, left Thursday night for Shell Lake, Wis., where together with friends at that place, they will spend a week camping and fishing. Mr. and Mrs. John Humiston expect to join the party about Monday of next week.

Mr. and Mrs. I.H. Darnell, who have visited for some time with friends in this city, returned to their home at Bricelyn, Minn., Tuesday. Their visit was somewhat marred by the illness of Mrs. Darnell, while here, from which she has almost fully recovered, but is yet quite weak.

Fred Moore and daughter, Mrs. John Whelan and son-in-law, Allen Lawrence, of Reading, were in Worthington between trains Tuesday, while on their way to Luverne with Mrs. Moore, who is an elderly lady and is suffering much from acute rheumatism. The trip is made in the hopes of securing relief for her at the hospital in Luverne.

The Swedish parochial school closed last Friday and on Monday evening a very pleasant surprise was tendered Mr. Sandquist, who has conducted the school, at the home of John Boostrom. About sixty guests were present and all enjoyed a pleasant evening. Mr. Sandquist departed Tuesday morning for his home at Skandia.

M.B. Fish, who edited the Lismore Leader for one issue, threw up the sponge Tuesday and on the following day returned to his home at Jeffers, Minn., at which place he has a half interest with his brother in the Jeffers Review. The Leader has had a very difficult time trying to retain an editor, due to the incompleteness of the plant.

Ray Berkhimer, who is now connected with a Sioux Falls wholesale post card company, was in Worthington between trains Wednesday in the interests of that concern. From here he went to Lake Park, returning on Thursday to Sioux Falls. Ray stated that his mother and the rest of the family were now located at Rochester, this state.

A deal was consummated this week whereby J.H. Bryden disposed of his stock of merchandise, taking in part payment some Murray county land. L. Triplett, of Lake Wilson, is the purchaser of the store and he took possession Wednesday. He will conduct the store in Worthington for a time, but informed the Advance-Herald that he expected to eventually move the stock to Lake Wilson.

Harry Hogan, the 16-year-old son of Michael Hogan, the Omaha yard master, received a serious injury last Saturday evening. In jumping from the merry-go-round at the carnival while the swing was in motion, his right leg struck the sharp edge of a board on the cable box, producing a laceration about three inches in length just below the knee cap, which required several stitches to close the wound. This is a rather dangerous practice as was plainly shown in this case.

Aged Citizen Dead

On Sunday, Aug. 1st, 1909, at her late home occurred the death of Mrs. Gust Sterling, after an illness extended over a period of nearly three months. During the last three weeks of her illness the family realized that it was only a question of short time until she would be called by death. The day before her death she seemed much improved and hopes were then entertained that she would recover, and her daughter, Mrs. Aug. Swanson, who had come down from Minneapolis, returned to her home. Early Sunday morning the family saw she was sinking and a few moments after life was extinct.

Augusta Caroline Scheele was born at Smoland, Sweden, May 25, 1836, and died at Worthington, Minn., Aug. 1st 1909, Aged 73 years, two months and six days. When nineteen years of age she was united in marriage to Gust Sterling. In the year 1886 they came to America and settled here in Worthington and this has been their home ever since. Mrs. Sterling came of hardy Scandinavian stock and during her seventy-three years had never known a day sickness, until the last sickness which caused her death. She was the mother of ten children, eight of whom survive her, they being Oscar, Axel, Ernest, Sophie and Mrs. J.A. Wickman of this city, Mrs. Elof Swanson and Mrs. Aug. Swanson, of Minneapolis, and John A., of Pillager, all of whom were present at the funeral except the latter, who was unable to come.

Funeral services were held on Monday from the Swedish Lutheran church, of which the deceased had been a member all her life, and were conducted by Rev. J.E. Schipp, assisted by Dr. Jennings of the Presbyterian church. Interment was made in the Worthington cemetery.

LOCAL NEWS NOTES

Burr Ludlow, of Rushmore, is spending a ten days' vacation at New Orleans.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hoffmeister of Elk township, a boy on Friday, July 30th.

 Miss Celia Fairbrother, of Ashton, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKinney this week.

Peter Nelson, of Mohall, N.D., is visiting this week with his sister, Mrs. Chas. Hamstreet.

News comes from Jackson of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Rose on Wednesday, August 4th.

A.I. Owen and son, W.L., of Fulton, Mo., are visiting this week at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. S.F. Pepple.

Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Stoutemyer and S.S. Smith and wife made an overland trip to Jackson Thursday in the latter's White Steamer.

The Sunday school of St. Mary's Catholic church enjoyed a picnic at the farm of Fred Trunk, three miles north of town, Thursday.

Conductor Collard, of the passenger train on the Mitchell branch, was forced to lay off this week on account of a sprained ankle.

The Degree of Honor will serve ice cream and cake on J.E. Darling's lawn on Tuesday, August 10th, from four to eight o'clock.

Mrs. C.M. Osborne, of Brainerd, arrived in the city this week for a visit at the home of her cousin, T.H. Osborne, north of here.

Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Booth left Wednesday for a visit with relatives in western cities and while gone will take in the exposition at Seattle.

The members of the Easter Star and their families held a picnic at the Chautauqua grounds Tuesday afternoon and a real good time was had.

Robert Morland went to St. Paul Park Wednesday evening, where he will join his wife, who is visiting at the home of her parents at that place.

Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Keith, Will Wilbert and Miss Lena Kleveter, of Reading, drove down Wednesday evening to enjoy a plunge in the lake and to shoot the chutes.

Just an even one hundred teachers took the examinations held in Worthington the first three days of this week. The supply of Nobles county instructors ought to meet the demand this year.

D.W. Anthony left Sunday night for Birchwood, Wis., to visit a few days with his parents. Mrs. Anthony and children, who have been visiting there will return with Mr. Anthony the last of this week.

Guy Borst had the misfortune to sprain his wrist Tuesday afternoon. While re-shingling a roof on the farm of Fred Mitchell, south of town, he slipped and in catching himself to prevent falling, wrenched his right wrist quite badly.

Gust Sterling and daughter, Sophie, left on Thursday for a couple of weeks' visit at Minneapolis. Mrs. Elof Swanson and Mrs. Aug. Swanson, who were called here to attend their mother's funeral, returned to their homes in Minneapolis on the same day.

As the Advance-Herald goes to press we learn of the death of Mrs. A.G. LaGrange, which occurred at her residence late Wednesday night, aged 78 years. No arrangements have been made for the funeral. More particulars and an obituary will appear next week.

Mrs. W.M. Evans and children and Mr. and Mrs. F.R. Coughran left Thursday morning for Minneapolis making the trip in Mrs. Evans' White Steamer. Mr. and Mrs. Coughran will go from Minneapolis to Reedsburg, Wis., for a couple of weeks' visit with relatives.

The W.C.T.U. will meet at the home of Mrs. M.G. Hurd on Friday, Aug. 13, at 3:00. Mrs. W. Schrader will read a paper on "L.T.L. Work," and Mrs. Ray Humiston will also have a paper taking for her subject, "Household Economics." A full attendance is desired as the annual election of officers will be held at this time.

Clarence Potter, who is employed at the farm of A. Nazarenus, north of town, was the victim of a painful accident, Tuesday. While engaged in putting hay into the loft, the fork fell upon his thigh inflicting a bad flesh wound, which required medical attention. The boy is now at the home of his father until the wound is healed.

The three-year-old daughter of Wm. Shanks, living one mile west of town, met with a serious accident Saturday. While climbing over a fence, she slipped and fell upon an exposed nail, which perforated her neck, producing an ugly and dangerous wound. The little girl was brought to town at once to a physician, who dressed the wound and she is getting along nicely at present.

Walter Oliver, the ten-year-old son of Will Oliver, met with a painful injury Tuesday afternoon. While playing with a pitchfork, with some of his [several words did not get copied] fork was accidentally thrust into the palm of his right hand, which required the attention of a physician. The little fellow will be obliged to wear a bandage for a few days as a result of the accident.

O.B. Thuesen, a prosperous farmer, residing near Org, last Tuesday purchased the two-seated Ford automobile of E.J. Wolven. Three more orders for Ford machines, two touring cars and a runabout, for residents in the vicinity of Worthington are to be filled by the latter part of this week. These additions together with the machines in the city at present will make this town quite an automobile center.

E.H. Green, of Reinbeck, Iowa, was here the first of the week looking after real estate matters. He owns some land over the line in Murray county and is so well pleased with his Minnesota holdings that on Tuesday he purchased the whole of section 36, Dewald township, this county, paying $50 per acre for the same. The deal was made through the J.G. Mitchell Land Agency. Mr. Green sees a great future for Minnesota realty and gets in on the ground floor before the price goes higher.

Last Monday night about 10:30 o'clock, during the electrical storm, lightning struck the residence of John Masgai on 5th Ave. The bolt struck in the peak of the gable end on the west side of the house and made its exit on three sides of a window in the garret. The children were sleeping in the room just below and were not even awakened by the crash, which is rather a peculiar feature of the incident. With the exception of the three small openings through which the electricity escaped, no further damage was done to the dwelling.

A party was held Wednesday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F.M. Manson in honor of their son, Melville, who celebrated his 7th birthday on that day. About fourteen little friends of the host assembled about two o'clock in the afternoon and spent the remainder of the day. Light refreshments were served and a number of games indulged in, which occasioned a royal good time by all present. Upon the departure of the guests, Melville found himself the recipient of many beautiful presents, which were but partial expression of esteem of their host.

Mrs. Henry Koehne, of Chicago, who is visiting at the home of Wm. Apel, east of town, had the misfortune Saturday to step upon a needle, which was sticking in the carpet, and which penetrated about half-way through her foot and then broke off. She was brought to a physician at once, where by means of an x-ray, about one-half an inch of the butt end of the needle was located, imbedded between the bones nearly an inch from the surface, and was removed. Unless unlooked for complications arise, the wound will be healed within a few weeks, but until then the unfortunate woman will be somewhat lame.

 Local Intelligence

Will Loveless went down to Storm Lake, Iowa, last Saturday for a few days visit with friends.

Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Renner spent Sunday in Adrian at the home of Mrs. Renner's mother, Mrs. J. Roll.

Mrs. J.H. Bryden returned to Rushmore Saturday after a few days visit with relatives in this city.

Mrs. J.S. Frink returned Friday from Luverne, where she had been visiting relatives and friends.

Mrs. L.W. Abbott and son Gordon went to Pipestone Saturday for an over Sunday visit with friends.

Dr. Wm. A. Saxon and wife and son Paul went to Windom Saturday to visit with relatives over Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Latta are enjoying a visit from Mr. Latta's niece, Miss Grace Brintan [Brinton?], of Brighton Io.

Mrs. J.P. Biltgen and her daughters, Mrs. Halstrom and Mrs. Marple, visited relatives at Bigelow last Friday.

Miss Margaret Dieckhoff came down from Minneapolis last Saturday for a visit with her many friends in this city.

Mrs. Michael Hogan and two daughters, Nora and Irene, left Saturday afternoon for Sioux City for a few days visit with relatives.

Miss Ethel Black, of Rushmore, spent a few days the latter part of last week in this city at the home of her brother, Milton Black.

Misses Agnes Lamm, Carrie Glovka and Beulah Smith, who have been attending summer school, returned to their home at Adrian, Saturday.

Mrs. M. Sullivan, of Adrian, was in this city Saturday afternoon between trains while on her way home from visiting relatives at Sioux City.

Mrs. L.T. Branigan and son, Philip, of Rock Rapids, Iowa, who have been the guests of Mrs. E.K. Smith the past week, returned home Saturday.

M.B. Fish, editor of the Lismore Leader, passed through the city Saturday, en route to Jeffers, Minn., to visit over Sunday with his parents.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Larson, who have been here the past month, visiting relatives and friends, returned to their home at Minneapolis on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Barber are enjoying a visit this week from their daughter, Mrs. Ed Donovan, and husband and two children, of Estherville, Iowa.

Mrs. Marie Marple returned to her home at Minneapolis last Saturday, after a two week's visit here with her mother, Mrs. J.P. Biltgen, and other relatives.

Miss Minnie Clark, who has been visiting at the home of George Doeden, south of town, for several weeks, returned Saturday to her home at Manson, Iowa.

The Omaha depot is being painted red. A crew of men have been engaged for several weeks painting all of the company's depots along this division a vermilion hue.

Miss Julia Hyland went to Ellsworth Saturday afternoon, where she had charge of the teachers' examinations held there Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.

L. Salstrom, cashier of the Wilmont bank, boarded the north bound passenger train, being a passenger to Mankato, where he goes on business connected with the bank.

Miss Carrie Sevatson, who has been instructor in the teachers' training school at this place, left for Adrian Saturday afternoon, at which place she conducted the teachers' examinations on the first three days of this week.

Instructors J.C. Marshall, of Princeton, Miss Leavens, of Albert Lea, and Miss Raymond, of Minneapolis, returned to their respective homes Friday, after concluding a successful session of summer school in this city.

Prof. H. Anderson, principal of the Hardwick summer school, passed through the city Saturday on his way to Brewster to visit with his parents over Sunday. From there he goes to Minneapolis for a visit with friends.

Mr. and Mrs. James Mott returned Friday afternoon from Dorsett, Minn., at which place they spent a most delightful outing on the lakes, while on their honeymoon.

Misses Josephine and Lorene Marr, of Oldham, S.D., who have been visiting at the home of their uncle, F.R. Thompson, of Ransom township, were Worthington visitors on Saturday with Mr. Thompson and daughter Myrtle.

Mr. and Mrs. Claude White returned home Saturday from Frederick, S.D., where they had been visiting his parents. Mr. White had been in camp with Co. F at Lake City until a few days ago when he joined his wife at Frederick and together they returned home.

Reuben Oakes arrived Saturday from Minneapolis, where he has been attending summer school at the university, and will remain in Worthington until the opening of the fall term of school, he being engaged as principal of the Rushmore schools for another year.

Miss Lillian McGee, who has been visiting relatives and friends in this city for the past week, returned to her home at Marcus, Iowa, Friday.

Rev. and Mrs. I.D. Alvord returned Friday from a ten days' vacation spent at Mankato, Mapleton and Eagle Lake, Minn.

Mrs. R.C. Sheppard, who has been visiting at the home of J.N. Wilson, left Saturday for Fulda, where she will visit a few days with friends before returning to her home at Marshall, Minn. She was accompanied to Fulda by Mrs. Samuel Allen, who will likewise visit friends at that place.

Miss Amy Forbes entertained about twelve of her lady friends at her home last Friday afternoon. The party was at first intended to be held at Cherry point across the lake, but owing to the inclement weather they repaired to the home of their royal hostess, where a six o'clock luncheon was served and a general good time had.

At a meeting of the Directors of the First National Bank last Saturday, T.P. Downey was elected a director, John S. Tolversen was advanced to the presidency and E.A. Erickson chozen (sic) vice president. This assures the customers of this strong financial institution the same courteous and careful attention they have received in the past. --Fulda Republican.

Fred Dahlheim, John Madison and Lee B. Leonard departed Saturday afternoon for various points in the west. They expect to take in the exposition at Seattle before returning. From there Mr. Madison goes to Cordeline, Idaho, where he will file on some land. Messrs. Dahlheim and Leonard expect to be gone about a month, while Mr. Madison will remain in the west indefinitely.

Capt. Stelle S. Smith, Corporals Joe Hildyard and Harry Elliott returned home Saturday morning from Camp Lake View, where the former two remained to take part in a shoot by the sharpshooters of the various companies. Several medals were this year awarded to members of company F. The awards were as follows: Joe Hildyard, a corporal medal for the best drilled squad; Arthur Hildyard for the best drilled private and Private Johnson the medal for the highest score in the team shoot of privates.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martens, of Gladbrook, Iowa, arrived here Monday afternoon and will visit a few weeks at the home of their daughter, Mrs. John Kruse, south of town.

Miss Jennie Beckley departed Saturday for Minneapolis, where she will be the guest of friends for a few days. From there she goes to Menominee, Wis., to attend the Stout Institute of Domestic Science.

Misses Olive Sands and Marjorie Bryan, of Adrian, accompanied their cousin, Miss Mable Boyle, who was going to Stillwater for a visit with friends, as far as this city, returning home on the afternoon train.

Miss Mary Morris, who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. Frank Glasgow for a number of weeks, returned to her home at Mankato, Monday, accompanied by the latter, who will visit relatives at that place for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Kayser and two children left Tuesday for their home in Dundee after spending several weeks in Worthington. Mr. Kayser has been attending summer school and took the teachers' examinations held here the fore part of the week.

Mrs. Emily Upstrom, of Denver, and Mrs. Oliver Thompson, her sister, who has been visiting the former in this city and who together have been the guests of their brother, Chas. Petersen at Pillager, this state, for the past week returned to Worthington Tuesday.

Mrs. A. Swanson, of Minneapolis, was called here Sunday to be present at the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Gustaf Sterling, held Monday afternoon. Mrs. Swanson had just returned to her home Saturday, from the bedside of her mother, who at that time seemed to be improving.

There will be services in the Congregational church next Sunday both morning and evening. Rev. W.L. Dibbel, of Columbus, Nebr., will occupy the pulpit. He will take for his morning theme, "Good - the Final Goal," and in the evening his subject will be "Lifes Possibility." A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services.

Dr. F.M. Manson returned Sunday from his vacation spent at the exposition at Seattle and other western points. While in the west he visited with a number of former Nobles county people, who were all prospering. The doctor stated that the climate in that county is extremely dry as it is excessively wet here and expressed himself as being pleased to return to Worthington again.

Buffalo Bills and Pawnee Bill's combined Wild West shows have completed their arrangements for appearing in Worthington and will present their performance upon the grounds south of the coal chutes on Tuesday, August 24th. The company have this week begun posting their bills on nearly every available place. This circus is reported as having nearly sixty full length railroad cars and in that event is no small affair.

William DeVaney had the misfortune to cut his face quite badly, while bathing Sunday afternoon. In diving from the top rail of the standards upon which the rings are fastened at the bath house, he struck a barbed wire at the bottom of the lake, lacerating his face in a number of places, the wounds being of such a serious nature as to require medical attention. He is now obliged to wear a quantity of court plaster upon his face, which rather gives him the appearance of a clown in a circus.

Friday, August 13, 1909

KRUSE-MOELLER
G.W. Moeller, son of H.D. Moeller Marries Harris Young Lady

G.W. Moeller, who up until a few months ago was employed in the Worthington State bank was last week joined in wedlock with one of the most popular young ladies of Harris, Iowa, at which place he is now located, an account of which as given by the Herald of that village follows:

"Wednesday evening, at 8:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hintz, in this village, occurred the marriage of Miss Hilda Kruse to Mr. G.W. Moeller. The wedding service was performed by Rev. Fiestner.

The bride is a young lady of sterling qualities and beloved by her many friends and relatives. She has resided here but a few months and has gained the respect of the entire community.

The groom is a promising young man of sober habits, and will make a kind and loving husband and one that will furnish his bride a happy home. During his short stay in Harris he has gained a host of friends. Mr. Moeller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Moeller of Worthington. The young people will make their future home in this village, he being cashier of the Harris Savings Bank."

The happy couple have a host of friends in this city as well as at Harris, who join with the Advance-Herald in wishing them all the joys and happiness that married life possesses.

LOCAL NEWS NOTES

FOR RENT - Furnished rooms. Inquire of Mrs. Wm. Buchard.

Sunday at the Presbyterian church Dr. Wm. Jennings will preach morning and evening.

Some much needed repairs have this week been made on the eave troughs at the school house.

Mrs. O.F. Johnson and two children, of Bigelow, spent Wednesday with friends in the city.

N.A. Christinson, of Luverne, was in the city Wednesday in the interests of the Rock County fair.

Peter Peters, the Bigelow auctioneer, transacted business at the county seat between trains Wednesday.

FOR SALE -- Deering corn binder; used one season and in good condition. Inquire of Mrs. Frank Lyons.

Mrs. J.W. Spielman went to Kent, Minn., Wednesday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Sherm Selby.

Julius Palm and crew are this week employed at Round Lake, building an addition to the school house there.

John G. Mitchell returned Tuesday from Brooks, Min., where he had been on a business trip since Friday.

Miss Louise Habeck, who is employed at Steffen's restaurant, spent Tuesday with her parents at Round Lake.

Miss Lois Bradford, of St. James, arrived Wednesday for a visit of a short time with her aunt, Mrs. G.A. Lincoln.

Fred Mohl, of Adrian, passed through the city Wednesday, enroute to Missouri Valley, Iowa, on a business trip.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Poppitz, of Heron Lake, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. A.H. Clark, mother of Mrs. Poppitz.

LOST -- On Jackson road, a navy blue automobile coat. Return for good reward to Stelle S. Smith, Worthington, Minn.

Mrs. S.M. Stewart went to St. Paul Thursday night for several days visit with relatives, expecting to return Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs.  D.W. Anthony are enjoying a visit this week from their niece, Miss Anna Strang of Council Bluffs.

Mrs. Frank Wood went to Sioux Falls Wednesday, where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. T.R. McCulloch over Sunday.

Madam Clowe, life reader, will be at the Allen House until Saturday, Aug. 14, 3:00 o'clock. All questions answered.

Mrs. Chas. Sowles and children arrived home Sunday from Duluth, where they have been visiting relatives for several weeks.

Mrs. Andrew Rassmussen and daughter, Irene, of Sioux City, are visiting this week with her brothers, Ole and Newton Fauskee.

Mrs. Harry Lewis and children, Vera and Lawrence, left Tuesday afternoon for Windom, where they will visit for a week with friends.

Mrs. C.J. Wilson, wife of the Division Supt. of the Rock Island at Estherville, Sundayed at the home of Mrs. C.J. Smallwood.

Miss Winnifred Volberding, who has been the guest of Miss Margaret Mackay since Saturday, returned Thursday to her home at Humboldt, Iowa.

A marriage license was this week issued to Alphie Thompson and Ethel Cutler both of this county, who were married in Adrian on August 9th.

Mrs. I.L. Keasey, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C.O. Ford, for several weeks, departed Wednesday for her home at Sibley.

Mrs. Nic Casareto and little son, Jacob, of Sibley, who have been the guests of J.C. Casareto and family for a week, returned home Wednesday.

The regular meeting of the ladies missionary society of the Union Congregational church was held at the home of Mrs. Daniel Shell Wednesday afternoon.

Wilson Abbott, the band leader, this week moved from the W.G. Ramage residence on 5th ave. into the house on 6th ave., recently vacated by C.M. Crandall.

Miss Muriel Reilly, who has been visiting friends and relatives in Worthington and Round Lake for a week, returned to her home at Sioux Falls Tuesday.

The baseball game at Round Lake Tuesday between the local team of that place and Harris resulted in a victory for the home team, the score being 3 and 0.

Miss Celia Dorenkamper, of Kenneth, visited between trains Monday with friends in this city, while on her way to Adrian, where she will visit a sister for a few weeks.

A.J. Olund, of Bigelow, came up Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral of the five-months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. O.H. Nystrom, which was held that afternoon.

George H. Seamens, of Kansas and Sarah E. Seamens, of Illinois, were married at the Presbyterian Manse in this city on August 5th by Dr. Wm. Jennings of that church.

The regular meeting of the Yeoman will be held next Monday evening, August 16th in the Eagle hall over Sterling Bros. clothing store, instead of in the Torrance hall as heretofore.

Mrs. H.A. VanEps and two children, who have been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Allen of the Allen House for the past week, returned to their home in Sioux Falls Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. L. Farrington and son, Glen, who have been visiting with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Harry Strom for a week, returned to their home at Redwood Falls Sunday evening.

James Horne, the monument dealer of Luverne, transacted business in Worthington Wednesday, and while here visited with his brother-in-law, Wm. Malcolm, southwest of town.

Misses Ethel Mitchell and Sarah Glasgow, of Adrian, who have been attending summer school and taking the teachers' examinations held in Worthington the past week, returned home Friday afternoon.

Misses Minnie Larson and Corene Nelson, who have been visiting at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. C. Sodholm, near Reading for several weeks, returned to their homes at Sioux City Monday.

Miss Amelia Masgai, who has been visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Lena Masgai at Adrian for the past week, returned home Monday, accompanied by Miss Bertha Esser, who will be her guest for several days.

Rev. G.A. Cahoon returned the end of the week from his annual vacation trip and occupied his pulpit at the M.E. church Sunday morning. Mrs. Cahoon and the children stopped for a few days visit with her parents.

D.M. Holland, of Bigelow, accompanied by his brother-in-law, D.H. Spain, of New London, Iowa, were pleasant callers at this office on Monday. Mr. Holland spent last winter in Cuba and gives some very glowing accounts of that country.

C.A. Sands, of Adrian, passed through the city Wednesday on his way home from St. Paul, where he transacted business. He had also been to Shakopee to take the mud-bath treatment for rheumatism, which he pronounced as an excellent remedy.

Mrs. B.O. Mork arrived home Wednesday from a months visit with friends and relatives at her old home at Wood Lake, this state. She was accompanied here by her niece Miss Anna Mork, of that place, who will visit with her aunt for a few weeks.

C.H. Pease, a former Nobles county citizen and at one time owner of the farm now occupied by Wm. Malcolm, last Thursday calling on old friends. Mr. Pease is now located at Corpus Christi, Texas, where he is engaged in the banking business.

The International Sunshine Club met at the home of Mrs. Ernest Dewey last Thursday afternoon and the members were royally entertained by the hostess and also treated to a very fine luncheon. The club will meet with Mrs. Will Hansberger Thursday, Sept. 2nd.

R.L. Morland, S.M. Stewart and J.T. Smallwood left Monday afternoon on a trip through the west. They will go first to Seattle and take in the exposition, and from there they will make several side trips, among them being a visit to Brogan, Oregon, at which place the Nobles county colony is located.

Dr. J.N. Gould in driving home from a call into the country Monday evening after dark, accidentally collided with the team and buggy of Mrs. Fred Dahlheim near the Patterson bridge, just inside of the city limits, but no damage was done either party other than a pair of broken shafts for the Doctor.

Elmore Hannefeld, who has been visiting for a week at the home of his brother-in-law, Fred Leistico, left Friday for Sheldon, where he will visit his brother, Charles, for a few days before returning to his home at Windom.

Mrs. E.G. Allen, of the Allen House and daughter, Mrs. H.A. VanEmps, and son, of Sioux Falls, guests of the former, went to Sibley Friday, where they will visit friends. They will be accompanied home by the daughter of the latter, who has been the guest of friends at that place for the past week.

Mrs. J.A. Murray, who has been visiting her brother, J.A. Smith, for a week, left Friday for Cresco, Iowa, where she will be the guest of another brother for a time, before returning to her home at Duluth. She was accompanied as far as Miloma by her niece, Miss Orla Smith, who returned on the next train.

A picnic dinner was held by Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Bloxham Wednesday, which was attended by Misses Alice and Elizabeth Bloxham, of Sheldon sisters of the host, also Mrs. F.W. Bloxham and Mrs. Joe Kale, of the same place and Mrs. B.I. Salinger, of Sioux City. The guests all returned to their homes the same day.

Will Hawley went to Mankato Wednesday with the three trained shetland ponies, Beauty, Spot and Myrtle, of Will Humiston's, of which he has been trainer. He has secured an engagement for a month with a show bureau, which make a circuit of the larger towns, Mankato being their first stop, where they will exhibit for a week.

Dr. Ray Humiston acknowledges receipt of a postal from S.M. Stewart from Bigelow, the latter being on his way to the Seattle exposition in company with Robert Morland and Jet Smallwood, stating that they arrived at Bigelow all safe and sound about 4:05 o'clock Monday afternoon but left that village almost as soon as they struck it.

W.M. Evans returned Saturday morning from his trip through the west and a visit to the exposition at Seattle. He saw many former Nobles county people at different places where he stopped and all seemed to be doing nicely, but Mr. Evans is not as all taken up with the west and says he would rather take his chances in Nobles county.

Messrs. Randall Hough, B.S. Garberson, Pat Carey, Raymond Bahne, and Doctors G.E. Dickson and E. Dietrish, came up from Sibley Friday afternoon and partook of bathing at Lake Okabena and shooting the chutes until the next train, when they returned home. They stated that it was their intention to come up every other day for a plunge in the lake.

Hermie Doeden the 16-year old son of Herman Doeden, residing six miles south of Worthington, met with an accident Wednesday, which resulted in the dislocation of his shoulder. The boy had climbed a tree for the purpose of putting up a swing and happened to venture out on a dead limb, which broke causing his fall, with the result as above stated and he is now under the care of a physician.

A.F. Sandquist, a student from the St. Peter college, who has been conducting the Swedish parochial school in Worthington for several weeks left Friday afternoon for his home at Scandia, this state, having closed the school on the previous Friday. He was accompanied as far as Avoca, by his friend Frank Erickson, who has been paying him a visit and who conducts a similar school at that place.

Mrs. M.P. Pixley and daughter, Mrs. Olson and two daughters, Marion and Virginia, of Minneapolis, who have been in Worthington for the past week visiting friends, returned home Monday. While here Mrs. Pixley had a beautiful granite monument erected at the protestant cemetery over the tomb of her father, N.H. Smith, who was one of the oldest settlers in the county, having resided near Kinbrae for a number of years, but who died several years ago.

Charles Nystrom, the five-months old child of Mr. and Mrs. O.H. Nystrom, died at its home near the lake shore in this city Tuesday evening about 8:30 o'clock, after an illness of nearly a month, being afflicted with whooping cough and pneumonia. The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Swedish Baptist church at Indian Lake, in which cemetery interment was made. The sympathy of many friends is extended the bereaved parents in the loss of their dear child.

Joseph Steiner, a painter and paper hanger who lives in this city and Miss Kitty Sierks, who has been employed at the hotel at Bigelow for several months, were united in marriage Tuesday morning, august 10th at 10 o'clock by Judge of Probate, C.M. Cory. They left the same day for Bigelow, where the groom has employment, expecting to be gone about a week, when they will return to Worthington and start housekeeping. Their friends are extending them all manner of congratulations and wish them a long and happy married life.

Obituary

Anna M. Hillman was born Nov. 22, 1830, at Noahville, N.Y., and died at Worthington, Minn., Aug. 4, 1909, aged 79 years.

Deceased was the wife of A.G. LaGrange to whom she was married Oct. 22, 1857. When a young woman she moved from York state to Wisconsin, where she was wooed and won by Mr. LaGrange and in the year 1864 they left the Badger state and settled at Garden City, Minn., where they remained until 1886, when they came to Nobles county and this has been their home ever since.

To this union was born three children, Byron G., of Barnesville, Minn., and Grace E. and Leonice L., who reside here with their father, and all were present at the funeral.

Mrs. LaGrange was a member of the Presbyterian church and was a devout Christian woman. The funeral services were held from the home Saturday afternoon and were conducted by Rev. Jennings.

Local Intelligence

John A. Carlson was a business visitor to Heron Lake Saturday.

Mrs. Carlos Leistico left Saturday for Hector, Minn., for a visit with relatives.

Mrs. w.R. Sullivan went down to George, Iowa, on Monday for a few days visit with friends.

FOR RENT OF SALE -- The G.R. Leonard property on Lake street. Inquire of Lee B. Leonard.

Roland and Helen Peterson went to Rock Rapids Saturday for a visit with friends for several days.

George W. Wilson returned Tuesday from Adrian, where he had been for a few days on legal business.

Attorney L.S. Nelson, of Slayton, was in Worthington on legal business the latter part of the week.

Misses Bessie Anderson and Irene Dorne went to Rock Rapids Tuesday to visit friends for a few days.

Miss Lillian Erickson returned Saturday from Hadley, where she had been the guest of friends for a week.

W.E. Barnes, who has charge of the Omaha pumping station at Sibley, was in the city Tuesday on business.

Miss Cora Dow left Tuesday for Minneapolis, where she will visit with friends and relatives for a few weeks.

Guy Bigelow, who has been visiting with his uncle, Otis, the past week returned to his home in St. James Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. James returned Saturday from a week's visit with friends and relatives at Dodgeville, Wis.

Miss Edna Fellows, who has been visiting with friends at Bigelow for several days returned home Tuesday forenoon.

A.C. Hedberg, of Mankato, passed through the city Saturday on his way home from a business trip to Luverne and Adrian.

C. Synkerson and crew went to Brewster Tuesday to finish painting the school house, which work was begun a few days ago.

Miss Pearl Creamer, who has been visiting friends in the city for some time past returned to her home at Kinbrae Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Maxwell, who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. W.A. Peterson, at Windom returned home Saturday.

T.A. Falgatter, was in Worthington between trains Saturday, returning to his home at Wilmont from a trip into South Dakota.

Miss Clara Rocksin, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Anton for the past month, returned Saturday to her home at Iona.

Mrs. L.W. Abbott and children returned home Saturday from Pipestone, where they have been the guest of friends for a week.

Mrs. Cora Maxwell, who has been visiting a few days with her father-in-law, J.H. Maxwell, returned to her home at Sibley, Monday.

Dr. C.D. Chalfant, who has been in this city for the past week looking after land interests, returned to his home at Streator, Ill., Saturday.

D.R. Chaney, of Dundee, who has been visiting his brother, Will, and other relatives in the city for the past week, returned home Saturday.

Miss Hattie McCune and niece, Miss Martina Smith left Tuesday for Sherburne, Minn., where they will be the guests of friends for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Wilson, and family, who were visiting with his father, I.N. Wilson for a week, returned to their home at Little Rock Tuesday.

Joe Frank, who was formerly of this city, but now of Minneapolis, is now passenger brakeman on Nos. 3 and 6 between the latter place and Sioux City.

Wm. Becker, of Wilmont, went to Slayton Saturday to accompany his parents home, who are quite elderly and who have been visiting friends at that place.

Theo. Palmer, a former resident of Worthington, and at one time assistant postmaster came in from Altoona, Wis., last week and visited a couple of days with friends.

Mrs. H.A. Bassett, of Rushmore, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Johnson and two children, who have been her guests for the past week, as far as Worthington. The latter were on their way to Sheldon, where they will visit friends for a short time before returning to their home at Waterloo, Wis.

William Ramage, is visiting relatives at Sheldon this week.

Eight room house and barn for sale cheap. J.R. Robson.

John Montgomery, of Sibley, was a business visitor to the city Monday.

L.A. Gregory, the Adrian band leader, was in Worthington Monday on business.

Miss Nellie Lyon went to St. Paul Monday afternoon for a visit of a few days with friends.

John Salstrom, the Bigelow banker, was in the city between trains Monday on a business mission.

Miss Bernice Weidman left Monday for Fulda, where she will be the guest of friends for a few days.

Mrs. J.A. Wickman went up to Minneapolis last Friday and will visit several days with her sisters.

Miss Anna Nelson, of Windom, spent Sunday with her brother, Ross, returning home Monday afternoon.

Editor and Mrs. Mattison, of the Rushmore Enterprise, visited over Sunday at the home of ye editors.

Miss Dora Ames, of Pipestone, is visiting at the home of her uncle, J.A. Smith, in this city this week.

Misses Hazel and Esther Sheldon, of Sioux Falls, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Baker this week.

Misses Helen and Mary Ramage returned Monday from an over-Sunday visit with friends at Brewster.

Miss Hilda Nelson, of Adrian, who has been the guest of friends for several days, returned home Monday.

Solon Renshaw and his sister, Lois, of Rushmore, were guests of Worthington friends between trains Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. K.V. Mitchell erturned Sunday morning from a two weeks visit with relatives at Deadwood, S.D.

Eugene Stanton, traveling salesman for a St. Paul hat company, spent a few days with his family this week.

Wesley Rippberger, who is now located at Valley springs, S.D., spent Sunday at the home of his parents, in this city.

Charles Hasson, who is employed at Anthony's barber shop, went to Jackson Monday for a few days visit with friends.

Miss Mayde Austin, of Bancroft, Iowa, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Stephens during the summer months.

James Conway, of Pipestone, who has been visiting friends in the city for the past week, returned home Monday afternoon.

Misses Anna and Jennie Olsen [Olson?], who have been the guests of Miss Carrie Hanson returned Friday to their home at Adrian.

L. Triplett, who last week purchased the Bryden stock of merchandise, made a business trip to Clear Lake, Iowa, this week.

Mrs. George Storimg [Storing?], who resides north of town, returned Friday from the hospital at Rochester, where she underwent an operation.

Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Duster, of Fulda, drove to Worthington Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Duster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat O'Connor.

Peter Nelson, who has been visiting in Worthington with his sister, Mrs. Chas. Hamstreet, left on Monday morning for his home at Mohall, N.D.

Mrs. R.L. Morland is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Watson, at St. Paul Park and will be there until about Sept. 1st.

Herman Peterson and crew went to Brewster Monday to put the finishing touches to a new dwelling being constructed for Mrs. Crosby of that place.

Mrs. W.S. Wyatt went to Sioux City Friday afternoon, where she will meet a friend who is coming from West Virginia, for a visit at the Wyatt home.

Miss Kittie Smeenk, of Orange City, Iowa, who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.R. Lawrence for a few days, returned home Monday.

Miss Mae Thomas, of Windom, was the guest of J. Fitch and family, Friday between trains, while on her way to Spirit Lake for a visit with relatives.

Mrs. M.T. Moothart and daughter, Mrs. N.C. Clark, of Iowa, arrived Friday for a visit at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. A.M. Wells, north of town.

Miss Pearl Bringgold returned Friday afternoon to her home at West Concord, Minn., after completing the teachers' examinations held here the fore part of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jamison, of Burt, Iowa, who have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erickson, west of town, for several days, departed Monday for their home.

A.R. DeBoer, son of C. DeBoer, left Monday afternoon for Salem, S.D., where he goes to work in the harvest fields.

Miss Hazel Birch, who has been visiting relatives in the city for some weeks, returned to her home at Paullina, Iowa, Monday.

Miss Grace Howard, of Kinbrae, arrived Monday afternoon for a few weeks' visit with her uncles, Fred and Alva Howard in this city.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Rudolph, of LeRoy, Minn., arrived in the city Tuesday to consult a physician regarding a severe case of nervous prostration with which Mr. Rudolph is afflicted.

Mrs. C.F. Malcolm and daughter, Vera, of Sioux Falls, who have been visiting with the former's daughter, Mrs. A. Sullwold, in this city for the past week, departed Tuesday for their home.

Mrs. W.C. Butcher and two children, of Watertown, S.D., arrived in the city, Monday for a visit of a few days with her brother, Floyd Ross, who is employed as fireman on the Rock Island.

Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Buchingham and daughter, Celia, of Ridgeway, Wis., were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Jones, between trains Tuesday, while on their way to Magnolia for a visit with relatives.

Miss Emma Ferguson was a passenger for Brewster, Tuesday, to which place she accompanied Ruth Silver, the 3 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Silver, who had been visiting here for several days.

Father M.J. Farrelly, of Denison, Iowa, was the guest of Father Sherman a couple of days this week, departing Tuesday for Okoboji, where he will visit with friends for a few days before returning home.

Miss Lucile Benjamin, of Chicago, niece of Mrs. G.W. Kinsman, and W.J. Benjamin, of Paxton, Ill., father of the latter, who they have been visiting in this city for the past few weeks, returning to their homes Saturday.

Miss Alida Bedford and Elizabeth Ludlow, daughter of Burr, of Rushmore passed through the city Saturday enroute to Madelia, where they will visit with Miss Emma Knudson, one of the teachers in the Rushmore schools.

W.E. Larimore, formerly a resident of this county, but who moved last spring to Parson, Kans., was here the first of the week calling on old friends. He went from here to Thief River Falls to look after some land that he owns there.

Mr. and Mrs. Pat Martin and children were in the city from Saturday until Tuesday, when they returned to their home at Ellsworth. Mr. Martin was attending to business affairs, while his wife and children were visiting relatives.

Mrs. F.E. Scott, of Wallhill, Neb., arrived Sunday night for a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. J.A. Dingwall. Together they left Tuesday morning for a visit at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .C. Murray, at Chokio, Minn.

G.W. Kinsman, who resides west of town on the E.R. Humiston farm, has leased the farm of Mrs. Frank Lyons, 4 miles north of Worthington for the term of five years, possession to be given March 1st, but he may move onto thee place before then.

Mrs. Eli Eshleman and two daughters, Mrs. E.L. Rousseau, of Cherokee, Iowa, and Mrs. D.A. Cramer and her daughter, Eugene, of Washington, Kansas, arrived in Worthington for a few weeks' visit at the home of the former's son, Aaron F. Eshleman, north of town.

Earl Barkelew went to St. James Sunday night to take the examinations for passenger breakman and from thence he went to Elmore, where he visited friends for a short time, returning Tuesday. He succeeded in passing the examinations and is now taking his student trips.

Jake Gole and daughter, Pearl, of Grand Forks, Minn., visited with friends in the city between trains Saturday, while on their way to Adrian, where they will visit friends, having formerly resided at that place. The were accompanied by the former's brother, S.S. Gole, and wife and little son, of Berlin, Ont.

Floyd Voak was the victim of a very painful accident Saturday last. While chopping a fence post with the intent of putting a point on it, preparatory to planting in for a fence he was construction on the Olson farm, two miles south of town, he accidentally struck his foot with sharp edge of the ax. The blade of the tool penetrated the foot just in front of the ankle way to the bone, severing two of the tendons. Floyd was alone at the time of the mishap, but having his horse and buggy with him, he drove immediately to a physician and had the wound dressed before any serious complications arose, but will be laid up for several weeks. His many friends regret to hear of his misfortune, and hope for his speedy recovery.

J.J. Williams, an aged widower, who resides alone in Ransom township, met with a rather peculiar, but serious accident at his farm last Saturday afternoon. While in a tree, where he was engaged in shooting blackbirds, he lost his balance and fell to the ground, breaking several ribs and sustaining injuries otherwise. By putting forth great efforts, he managed to reach his house, where he lay helpless and in terrible agony until Sunday morning, when some neighbors on their way to church heard the groanings of the poor unfortunate, and upon entering the home found him in the condition above stated. A physician from Worthington was summoned, whereupon Mr. Williams was removed to the Worthington hospital, where his injuries were attended. At present he is on the road to recovery, yet it will be several weeks before he will be able to be about again. Mr. Williams is one of the oldest settlers in that township and saw service in the Civil war.

Friday, August 20, 1909

LOCAL NEWS NOTES

Miss Grace Howard visited with friends at Org Tuesday.

Miss Marjorie Shell visited with friends at Sibley over Sunday.

John Baird, of Reading, was a business visitor to the county seat last Friday.

Mrs. John Donovan went to Slayton Wednesday to visit friends for a short time.

R. Uden, of Heron Lake, visited Monday with his uncle, Col. B.S. Uden and family.

Mrs. J.H. Hill returned Wednesday from a several months' visit with relatives at Sioux Falls.

Miss Mary Cass, of Reading, visited friends in the county metropolis, between trains Friday.

Miss Winnifred Halgreen, of Melrose, Mass., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Loveless this week.

For Rent or Sale -- The Moberly property on lake shore. Inquire of Jos. H. Pass at the State Bank.

Mrs. E.K. Smith and daughter, Irene, went to Adrian Saturday to visit with friends over Sunday.

Archie White and John Eggleston went to Luverne Saturday afternoon to visit friends until evening.

Mrs. P. Coleman went to St. Paul Tuesday where she will visit for a time with Mr. Coleman's mother.

Misses Ruth Priest and Ada Plotmer, of Mitchell, S.D., are guests of H.H. Collard and family this week.

J.P. Campbell, of Ellsworth, called the office of the County Supt. of Schools, on business Monday.

E.J. Jones went to Adrian Monday to transact legal business and visit relatives for a couple of days.

Mrs. Alma Connors, who is employed as hello girl at the telephone office, is enjoying a two weeks' vacation.

Mrs. H.W. Krause, of Bigelow, was in Worthington between trains Wednesday on a shopping expedition.

Mrs. G.V. Petit returned the end of last week from a two weeks' visit with her mother and sister at Chicago.

M.D. Evans and wife, of Dewitt, Iowa, are the guest of their nephew, W.M. Evans and family this week.

Mrs. John Mitchell and children are visiting with her sister, Mrs. E.P. Hermann at Rushmore this week.

Mrs. Wilson Abbott and two children left Monday for a few days visit with friends at Beaver Creek and Luverne.

F.E. Post, who resides northwest of town, went to Rochester Tuesday afternoon in order to submit to an operation.

Robert Reed went to Adrian Saturday afternoon to inspect a carload of gasoline, returning home on the night train.

Misses Verna and Lillian Milton went to Bigelow Tuesday to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Milton for a few days.

Geo. Sowles left the first of the week for Watertown, S.D., where he will work on a machine during the threshing season.

Miss Sadie Darling, who has spent a very pleasant visit with friends at Brewster the past Week returned home Tuesday.

J.F. Nentburg, who has been the guest of friends in the city for a week, left Wednesday for his home at Storm Lake, Iowa.

Miss Hulda Wass returned Wednesday afternoon from LeMars, Iowa, where she has been the guest of friends for several weeks.

The Y.P.S.C.E. of the Presbyterian church will give an ice-cream social on the church lawn, Tuesday evening August 24.

Miss Gertrude Dow went to Bigelow Wednesday, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. F.T. Graves for the remainder of the week.

Charles Arbes and sister, Anna, of New Ulm, arrived Saturday for a few days visit at the home of their brother, Peter, in this city.

Mrs. D.W. Anthony and two children left Friday morning for Janesville, Minn., where they will visit relatives until school opens.

H.S. Abbott, of Milford, Iowa, came up from that place Saturday evening and visited until Monday afternoon with Dr. and Mrs. Gholz.

Miss Winnie O'Connor returned Wednesday from Fulda, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. F.B. Duster, for the past week.

C.C. Blair, of Minneapolis, Sundayed with friends in Worthington, while on his way to Clarinda, Iowa, to visit his parents.

Mrs. Wm. Burroughs and two children, of Sibley, arrived the latter part of the week for a visit with her sister, Mrs. W.A. Cloud and family.

Charles Kilpatrick visited friends in the city Wednesday between trains while on his way to his home at Adrian from a visit at various Iowa points.

Mrs. Robert Cree and children, Elizabeth and Robert, of St. Paul, arrived the latter part of this week for a visit at the home of Alex Cree and family.

Miss Erma Beckley, who has been visiting her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Beckley for a number of week, returned Tuesday to her home at Blue Earth.

G.E. Briggs, cashier of the Wilmont Bank, and wife and son, Harold, passed through the city Tuesday on their return home from a visit with relatives at Gowie, Iowa.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Kelley, of Mitchell, S.D., who have been visiting the past week with their son, I.F. Kelley, went to Sheldon Saturday for an over-Sunday visit with friends.

Rev. W.L. Dibble was a business visitor to Rushmore Monday, returning in the afternoon. Next Sunday he is to occupy the pulpit in one of the churches in Sioux City.

Chas. W. Smith and wife and daughter, Josephine, who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. C.J. Smallwood, for the past week, returned Tuesday to their home at Minneapolis.

 Dr. Hough and three sons, Howell, Frank, and Elliott, Archie Bishop and Ernest Saunders, of Sibley, came up Monday afternoon and enjoyed a swim in the lake between trains.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Easterday, residing on the Joe Lowe place, near the cemetery, left Wednesday for Alta, Iowa, where they will be the guests of friends for a number of weeks.

Mrs. S.E. Pratt and daughters, Miss Nellie and Mrs. J.A. Chamberlain, of St. Paul, who have been the guests of Mrs. Ole Berg for the past few weeks, returned to their home Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Pannell and daughter, Alice, left over the Omaha Sunday afternoon for Drinkwater, Canada, to visit a few weeks with the boys who are in business at that place.

Miss Marguerite Becker, who has been visiting with her mother since last Saturday returned to Brewster Tuesday to resume her duties as clerk in Geyerman's store at that place.

Mrs. A.J. Osborne and children, of Lake Wilson, visited several days this week with her husband, who operates the Sunnyside store at this place, returning to their home Wednesday.

Lloyde and Howard Dow returned to their home in Sioux City Wednesday after spending an enjoyable week's visit at the home of their grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Cramer.

M.L. Holbrook moved his household goods this week from the rooms over the Sunnyside store, to the upstairs rooms in the Renner residence, on the corner of 3rd avenue and 12th street.

Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Bloxham went to Minneapolis this week to visit with friends and relatives. Upon their return they expect to move into the W.G. Ramage residence on fifth avenue.

W.E. Larimore, who formerly resided on a farm, west of town, but now of Parsons, Kansas, left Tuesday for his home at that place after spending several days in the city calling on friends.

Miss Anna Newell, who has been the guest of her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark and family for six weeks and also attending summer school, returned Saturday to her home at Adrian.

A pair of gold bowed spectacles were found last week in the road in Indian Lake township, near Wallace Saxon's place. They were left at this office and may be procured for the payment of this notice.

Mrs. W.C. Butcher and children, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ross, the past week, departed Thursday for Lake Park to visit relatives for a few days, before returning for their home at Watertown, S.D.

Mrs. Nels Eggleston and her niece, Miss Stella Iverson, of Manly, Iowa, who has been her guest for some time, left Friday for Storden, Minn., where they will visit Mrs. Eggleston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larson.

H.S. Hobson returned the end of last week from his trip to the Seattle exposition. He was in the party with Gov. Johnson and made the trip in the governor's special train and reports having had a very pleasant journey.

A number underwent operations last week at the Worthington hospital among whom were: Miss Elsie Yost, of Brewster, operated upon for throat trouble, Miss Obedia Hanson, of Round Lake, who had a tumor removed from her neck and Miss Gertrude Smith, of Brewster, who had a growth taken from her forehead.

Ferd Esser, of Heron Lake, passed through the city Wednesday on his way home from Adrian, to which place he had accompanied his two small children, who will visit with relatives there for some time.

Mrs. S.B. Bedford, of Rushmore, visited between trains Wednesday with Mrs. Charles Hamstreet, while on her return from Walnut Grove, this state, where she had been the guest of friends and relatives.

An automobile party composed of E.J. Jones, F.L. Humiston, G.W. Wilson, Wm. DeVaney, I.F. Kelly made a trip to Adrian Tuesday afternoon in A.R. Albertus' car, with the owner as driver.

L.A. Gregory's orchestra, consisting of three pieces with the leader as violinist, Carl Cowin, clarinet, and Miss Robinette Scheier, pianist, came over from Adrian Wednesday to play for the dance at the bath house pavilion that evening.

The annual convention of the Mankato district of the Epworth League will be held at Madelia this week, commencing today and continuing Sunday. Mrs. E.S. Williamson, of this city is secretary of teh convention and will be in attendance.

Dr. K.A. VanDizer, of Hindale, Ill., who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Lyon, for a week, met with a painful accident Monday of this week. While coming down the stairs that morning, she slipped and fell bruising her arm quite badly.

Mrs. N. Weinandt, who has been visiting with her husband's parents, Mr. and [Mrs.?] N. Weinandt at Brewster since Saturday, returned to Worthington Tuesday and will visit friends and relatives here for a few days before returning to her home in Minneapolis.

Leville McGowan, son of Frank McGowan, residing north of town on the diagonal road, has about recovered from a bad scalp wound about five inches in length upon the crown of his head, received about three weeks ago by being kicked in the head by a colt.

Mrs. A.M. Williams, mother of Dr. A.B. Williams, of Wilmont, and Mrs. A.M. Hurd, of Holton, Kansas, guest of the former, passed through the city Tuesday enroute to Swanville, Minn., to which place they were called on account of the serious illness of G.B. Parks, a cousin of Mrs. Williams.

Charles Eiton, of the J.L. White Compressed Air Water Works Co.,  of Sioux Falls, who has been installing the water system at Brewster, visited with the family of Col. B.S. Uden, between trains Saturday, while on his way to Sioux Falls. Mr. Eiton was an old school mate of Mrs. Uden in Illinois.

Father J.N. Bartholemew, formerly of this city, but now located at Fulda, and Father J. Brune, of Alton, Iowa, passed through here Wednesday, returning to their homes from Luverne, where they had been to assist in the dedicatory services of St. Catherine's new Catholic church held there that morning.

W.C. Hansberger, of Baltimore, Ohio, who moved from this city with his parents about eighteen years ago, when he was yet a small boy, is here this week visiting his uncle, John Hansberger, and the family of H.J. Ludlow. He is engaged in the general mercantile business with his father at their home town in Ohio.

Among those who dined at the Worthington Hotel last Sunday were Tom Hogan and wife, J.W. Wolven and wife, W.M. Evans, Dr. C.P. Dolan, W.J. Dodge, Harry Hobson, The Three Helmicks, Rev. G.A. Cahoon, Dr. and Mrs. L.R. Gholz, her niece, Miss Edna Everett, and uncle, H.S. Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Carpenter, Dr. P.T. Geyerman and wife and W.W. Loveless.

Last Wednesday E.E. Loverin, editor of the News at Ellsworth, was arrested by Sheriff Fauskee on a charge of assault and battery on complaint of Dr. Gill, of that place and was brought here, where he was given a hearing before Justice of the Peace, C.W.W. Dow that afternoon. He entered a plea of guilty and fined $5.00 and costs, amounting to a total of $15.80. He paid the fine and was released.

Mrs. Guy Robinson and daughter, Arlouine, of Rosseau, Minn., who have been visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Ager for the past two months, left Tuesday for Aberdeen, S.D., where they will visit other relatives for a short time. At that place she will join her husband and together they will leave for Centralia, Wash., which place they will make their future home.

John Humiston, returned home Sunday evening from his fishing trip at Shell Lake, Wis., accompanied by his wife from Mankato, at which place she had been visiting, while he was on the fishing expedition in company with E.J. Wolven and son, Ray, who arrived home Monday night. They report having had a good time and brought back a good catch of fish, although this season was not as good as usual for fishing.

W.I. Carpenter, who has been employed for a number of years as lineman for the Worthington Telephone Company, a week ago last Tuesday resigned his position as such. He expects however to remain in this city for a time at least and will devote a good share of his time to the Fair, of which association he is secretary. The position thus vacated at the telephone office is being filled temporarily by W.J. Cajune, of St. Paul, who is en experienced lineman.

Local Intelligence

Sheriff Fauskee made a business trip to Adrian Friday.

Miss Amy Forbes visited with friends in Fulda over Sunday.

Daniel Shell went to Mankato Friday on a business mission.

Mrs. J.N. Markham, of Huron, S.D., is the guest of Mrs. M. Becker this week.

Miss Laura Pepple underwent an operation Tuesday for the removal of her tonsils.

Mrs. C. Cunningham of Brewster, visited friends in the city between trains Monday.

Mrs. J. Suddaby went to Pipestone Saturday to visit over Sunday with her husband.

Howard Bishop, of St. Paul, visited over Sunday with his brother, Carl, in this city.

Vic. Anderson went to Eagle Grove Friday for a visit with relatives for several days.

Kathryn and Burr Humiston went to Bigelow Friday for a few days visit with friends.

Ray Steffens went to Chicago last week, where he will visit relatives for several weeks.

Mrs. S.T. Wood, of Rushmore, visited friends in Worthington between trains Tuesday.

J.H. Butcher went to Bigelow Monday, where he expects to work with a threshing crew.

Eowen Price, of York, Neb., spent last Sunday visiting with friends in Worthington.

Miss Anna Stromblad, of Bigelow, was the guest of friends in the city between trains Friday.

Miss Josephine Schmidt left Wednesday for St. Paul for a three weeks visit with friends and relatives.

Mrs. N. Salstrom was a passenger for Brewster Saturday, where she visited relatives between trains.

Miss Julia DeVaney, of Dell Rapids, S.D., arrived Saturday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. M. Levine.

Mrs. Katie Kain and little niece, Ividale Smith visited last Sunday with Mrs. Mary Ostrom at Bigelow.

Rev. W.F. Babcock and wife and children, of Rushmore, were the guests of Rev. G.A. Cahoon Tuesday.

Mrs. E.L. Hurlbert went to Doone, Iowa, Tuesday to visit with her son, Clifford, and family for a week.

Mr. and Mrs. John Frink visited over Sunday with friends at Luverne, returning home Monday afternoon.

Mrs. M. McNerney came up from Sibley Saturday for a visit over Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Fred Smith.

Mrs. A.B. Montgomery went to Brewster Monday for a short visit with her parents, Mr. A.B. Hagerman.

Mrs. Geo. E. Conklin, of Minneapolis, came last Friday afternoon for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Burchard.

Z. Nerness, a farmer residing near Adrian, was a business visitor to the county seat between trains Monday.

Prof. Frank Austin and wife, of Bigelow, visited friends in the city a few days this week, returning home Monday.

The Misses Ellen and Anna Olson have as their guest this week Miss Adelia Hawkinson, of Parker's Prairie, this state.

Mrs. M.P. Karpen, of Sibley, arrived Friday for a visit over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sjoholm and family.

Mrs. C.R. Bishop and children went to Fairmont Wednesday to visit with her father, John Sickler, and family for a week.

Mrs. Wm. Schraeder went to Jackson Saturday for an over-Sunday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.P. Wick, of that place.

Miss Laura Coffitt, who has been the guest of friends in this city for a couple of weeks, returned Saturday to her home at Fulda.

Vandy Duba went to Brewster Monday, where he is employed as carpenter on the residence of Mrs. N. Kaufman being built there.

Mrs. H.C. Hesketch, was the guest of friends in the city Friday between trains, while on her way to Minneapolis.

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Ludlow returned to their home in Rushmore, Tuesday, from a two weeks' vacation trip spent in New Orleans.

Mr. and Mrs. Burr Ludlow returned to their home in Rushmore, Tuesday, from a two weeks' vacation trip spent in New Orleans.

A.C. Pope, who is employed at the Smith Feed barn, is enjoying a visit from his brother, B.R. Pope, of Triumph, this state.

Miss Alma Larson, who is employed at the Worthington hotel, went to Luverne Friday afternoon, to visit her parents over Sunday.

Arthur Hogan, who has been employed as painter at Sioux City for the past month, visited over Sunday with his parents in this city.

J.H. Kruse left Wednesday for Iona, where he goes to take charge of an elevator and expects to move to that place in the near future.

Mrs. E. Fairbrother and daughter, Marjoir (sic) came up from Ashton, Wednesday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKinney.

Mrs. H.D. VanHelen, who has been the guest of her niece, Mrs. Jay Wolven for a week, returned Saturday to her home at Toledo, Ohio.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Barton, formerly of this place, but now of Denver, Col., were in the city several days this week renewing old acquaintances.

The advertising car for Buffalo Bill's and Pawnee Bill's Wild West shows, which has been here again this week left Tuesday for Sioux Falls.

Miss Rose Becker returned Saturday from Hartford, S.D., where she has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. August Awles, for several weeks.

Miss Nellie Plotts has returned from the cities, where she has had a very successfully season as trimmer in a large millinery establishment.

Miss Emma Seline, formerly of this city but now of Sioux Falls, arrived Monday afternoon for a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. M. Seline.

Mrs. Henry Dibble and daughter, Henritta, came over from Adrian Friday for an over Sunday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller.

Mrs. L.W. Trumbull, who has been visiting at the home of her brother, Mark Marden for a month, returned Friday to her home at Denver, Col.

Earl Baker, son of Mrs. I.D. Alvord, arrived home Tuesday from Pipestone, where he has been visiting his grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. D.D. Day.

Miss Daisy Ross, who is employed at the Worthington hotel, went to Luverne Tuesday, where she visited with her parents, returning Wednesday.

The ladies of the Catholic church will give their next monthly tea at the home of Mrs. Mary Hyland on Thursday, Aug. 26. All are cordially invited to be present.

Harry and Julia Atrops, son and daughter of Mrs. D.J. Atrops, left Monday for New Ulm, where they will visit their grand-parents for a few weeks.

Mrs. Hattie Husted and daughters, Martha and Eugenia, of New York City, who have been visiting at the Manson home for several weeks, returned home Monday.

John Erickson and sister, Miss Nellie, arrived Monday from Grand Rapids, Mich., for several weeks visit with their sister, Mrs. P.W. Ledine, in Indian Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Dixon, Miss Pearl Updike, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Bulick, of Altoona, Pa., are visiting this week at the home of G.T. Bulick at Reading.

George Rudolph, who has been with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Rudolph, left Wednesday for his home at LeRoy, Minn. His father is in the city seeking medical aid.

Mrs. G. Schmid and sons, S.J. and H.L., of St. Paul, who have been visiting for a week with her son, Rev. G.G. Schmid in this city, returned to their home Saturday.

Mrs. A.C. Constable, of Goodland, Ind., passed through Worthington, Tuesday enroute to Rushmore, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Bedford for several weeks.

Mrs. D.T. Cain came up from Bigelow Friday morning to accompany her daughter, Miss Laura, home, who has been confined to the hospital at this place for several days.

Lionel Peters and little niece, Adeline Peters, who have been visiting for the past month with his brother, W.J. Peters and wife, left Wednesday for their homes in St. Paul.

Misses Vera and Maude Stephens, of Edgerton, Minn., who have been visiting their grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephens, for the past week, returned home Saturday.

Mrs. Frank Glasgow went to Minneapolis Wednesday, where she will join Miss Edith, who has been visiting friends there. They expect to return home Thursday or Friday.

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W.E. Bloom and crew of men went over to Rushmore the first of the week, where they have a contract to move a set of buildings from the village to a farm adjoining the corporation.

Frank Bulick, the moving picture man, is feeling highly elated this week over the arrival of a baby boy at his home last Friday morning. Both mother and child are getting along nicely.

Sievert Keely, of Cottonwood, Minn., who has been the guest of his friend, H. Myrum, whom he has not seen for eighteen years, left Tuesday for Rushmore to visit his daughter, Mrs. Olson, for a few days.

Miss Edith Fifield, of St. Paul and Miss Harriett Bishop, of Tacoma, Wash. who have been the guest at the home of the latter's brother, Carl Bishop for several weeks, left Monday afternoon for their homes.

Miss Anna Detloff, who has been employed at Ford's restaurant, went to Jackson Monday to visit with her parents for several days. Upon her return she will accept a position in the depot lunch room.

Martin Moe, of St. Ansgar, Iowa, who has been visiting relatives in Sioux Falls for the past week, accompanied his cousin, Mrs. Ivan Erickson to this place from Adrian, with whom he will visit over Sunday.

Jim Baker is laid up this week with a severe case of poisoning about the legs and hands, received by coming in contract with a thick grouth (sic) of poison ivy, while fencing on the farm of E.V. Voak, southwest of town.

Mrs. A. Hansen and daughter, Ruth, Mrs. W.H. Prideaux, of Adrian and Miss Pearl Gole, who has been visiting the former at that place, came over to Worthington Monday to visit with Mrs. J.H. James for a few days.

Oscar Frutchey, of Mt. Vernon, Iowa and Chas. B. Frutchey and wife and daughter, Bessie, of Lisbon, that state, are visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Long, who reside about six miles northwest of town.

Miss Margaret Dieckhoff, of Minneapolis, who has been the guest of friends in the city for the past two weeks, returned Saturday to her home, accompanied by Miss Edith Glasgow, who will be her guest for a few weeks.

Mrs. B. Walsh, of Buckley, Ill., who has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Hardy Eversole, north of town, left Saturday for Crow Lake, S.D., where she will visit another daughter, before returning to her home in Illinois.

John Walsh, of Chicago, who has been visiting for the past week at the home of his brother-in-law, Hardy Eversole, about five miles north of town, returned Friday to Chicago, where he is employed as telegraph operator.

Mrs. M.J. Ayers, of Burr Oak, Kansas, Mrs. Hattie Omer, of Paullina, Iowa, and Mrs. G.W. Hunt and two children, Ellen and Dewey, of Rushmore, are the guest of Mrs. John Craft a few days this week, arriving Friday afternoon.

C.E. Lamb and Mrs. A.E. Scott, of Swea City, Iowa, were in the city from Saturday until Monday looking over the Allen hotel with the intention of buying, but as yet no negotiations have been made. They spoke very favorably of the town.

Miss Clara Prideaux, hwo has been visiting friends and relatives at Lismore, Adrian and Rushmore for a week, returned home last Friday, but departed the same afternoon for LeMars, Iowa, where she to visited with friends over Sunday.

Misses Hazel and Esther Sheldon, who have been visiting for a couple of weeks at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Baker, left Wednesday for Seaforth, Minn., where they will visit with relatives for several days, when they will return to visit here again until school starts.

Mrs. W.A. Hawley and Miss Anna Ellingson went into St. Paul Tuesday to study the latest styles in millinery and to buy goods for Hawley & Suddaby. Mrs. Suddaby, who is in Chicago on a similar mission will meet them in St. Paul. Mrs. W.J. Dodge accompanied Mrs. Suddaby to Chicago.

The bridge on the Rock Island about one block north of the depot at this place across the low flat, is this week being raised and an addition of a span of about fifteen feet being added, in order to make an opening there large enough to carry off the overflow of the lake in time of high water and thus prevent the track from washing out.

Harvey Morgan, the nine-year old adopted son of Harvey Morgan, who resides on a farm near Round Lake, was the victim of a painful accident on Tuesday. While playing around the barn he was kicked by a horse and landed against an iron wheel of some farm machinery standing nearby. A deep cut about five inches in length on the forehead which required five stitches to close, was the result of the disaster, but the wound is now healing very rapidly.

Friday, August 27, 1909

Anderson-Rowe Nuptials

A wedding which escaped the notice of the Enterprize reporter took place at Lake Park, Iowa, on Tuesday, August 10th, at the home of the bride's aunt, when Miss Sarah Rowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rowe, of this place, was united in the holy bonds of wedlock to Mr. Orvie Anderson, of Elk township. The wedding was attended by only a few of the immediate relatives of the contracting parties.

The bride is well and favorably known here, having resided here for many years. She is well educated and has been a successful teacher for several terms. Last year she taught a school in Elk township and it was there she met the man who last week led her to the altar. The groom is prosperous young farmer and is highly spoken of by those who know him. He manages a farm in Elk township, where the happy couple have already gone to housekeeping. Rushmore friends join the Enterprise in extending congratulations and wishing Mr. and Mrs. Anderson the best of everything this life affords. --Rushmore Enterprize.

LOCAL NEWS NOTES

Vic Anderson made a business trip this week to Sioux City.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Hayes on Monday morning a little girl.

Dr. Dudley and wife, of Windom, were calling on friends in Worthington Tuesday.

Miss Vera Shell, of Sibley, was the guest of her cousin, Miss Marjorie, Tuesday.

Miss Sadie Duel went to Adrian Wednesday, where she will visit with relatives for a week.

Will Doeden went to Brewster on a business trip Tuesday, returning in the afternoon.

Mrs. V.E. Butler, of Heron Lake, was the guest of Mrs. Gillette a couple days this week.

Mrs. J.H. Shepard, of Brookings, S.D., is visiting for a few days at the home of Dr. Wm. Jennings.

Miss Amy Darling went to Windom Wednesday, where she will be the guest of friends for several days.

Mrs. Gillette went to Heron Lake to arrange for opening her branch millinery store at that place.

Miss Roberta Cree left Wednesday for Sioux Falls for a two week's visit with her sister, Mrs. C.A. Hazard.

Mr. and Mrs. N. Rauen, of St. Paul, are visiting this week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. C.M. Cory.

H.E. Shellquist, of Wilmont, passed through the city Wednesday on his way to Minneapolis on a business trip.

Mrs. M. Ronan, of Reading, passed through this city Monday enroute to Adrian for a visit with her parents.

Mrs. Nic Casareto and little son, Jacob, arrived Tuesday for a week's visit at the home of her brother-in-law, John Casareto, and family.

Mrs. Frank Austin visited from Saturday until Wednesday of this week at the home of Mrs. L.K. Stephens in this city.

William Kain arrived Wednesday from Hammond, Ill., for a visit of a few days with his mother, Mrs. K. Kain.

Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Chaney and three children, of Dundee, are visiting with friends and relatives in Worthington this week.

Mrs. Inga Kragness, who has been the guest of Mrs. W.I. Carpenter since Monday returned to her home at Slayton Wednesday.

Misses Emma and Bertha Haag, of Hospers, Iowa, arrived Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. McKinney for a few days.

Dale Latta, the nine-year-old son of A.T., has been troubled this week with an infection of the right knee, but is now able to be about again.

J.H. Anglum, of Creston, Iowa, who owns a fine farm northwest of town, has been here this week superintending the harvesting of the crop.

Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, who have been the guests of friends and relatives at Sioux City for several days, returned home Friday afternoon.

J.W. Shaw and family, of Little Rock township, were in the city Tuesday to take in the circus and while here visited at the L.W. Abbott home.

Mrs. Jessie Cameron and daughter, Ethel, of Oshkosh, Wis., arrived here Wednesday for a visit with the former's son-in-law, G.W. Patterson.

L.Tripplett, proprietor of the Sunnyside Store, spent a few days the fore part of this week at his home in Lake Wilson returning Wednesday.

Miss Coggins returned Tuesday from Chicago, where she has been for several weeks studying the latest styles in millinery and purchasing her fall stock.

 Miss Hattie McCune and niece, Miss Martina Smith, who have been visiting for nearly two weeks at Sherburne, Minn., returned home Tuesday afternoon.

Miss Stella Tipton, of Clark, S.D., who has been visiting since Saturday with her brother, Guy, who is employed at the Frank Lyon farm, returned home Wednesday.

Earl Barkelew, who about a week ago completed the examinations for passenger brakeman, now has a permanent run on Nos. 3 and 4 on the Omaha between Minneapolis and Sioux City, making his first trip Tuesday afternoon.

Miss Marguerite Coniskey, of Currie, visited friends here between trains Wednesday, while on her way to Lismore to visit her brother, Frances, who is employed in a bank there.

Miss Johnson, who is employed at Steffen's restaurant, received a bad cut in one of her fingers one day this week. She was cleaning a lamp chimney, when it broke and cut a deep gash in one finger.

Miss Edith Bear left Sunday morning for Minneapolis, where she will visit relatives for a week. Her place at the telephone office thus vacated during her absence, is being filled by Reuben Oakes.

Miss Mary Peterson, accompanied by her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Marr, whose guest she has been since Monday departed Wednesday for her home at Rock Rapids, where they will visit for a few days.

Misses Ruth Priest and Ada Plotmer, accompanied by Mrs. H.H. collard, whose guests they have been for a week, left Thursday for their homes at Mitchell, S.D., where the latter will visit with relatives for a week.

Oscar Blood, who has been working at Sioux City as plumber for nearly two months, returned to Worthington Wednesday for a few days visit with his family, after which he will return to that city to resume his work there.

Miss Nellie Plotts went up to St. Paul Thursday morning to spend a couple of weeks in the wholesale millinery establishments learning the latest styles in millinery. Upon her return she will trim for Mrs. Gillette.

Misses Florence and Margaret Brown, came down from St. Paul Tuesday for a visit with their sister, Mrs. R.E. Smith, Wednesday afternoon Miss Florence went to Rushmore to visit her aunt, Mrs. H.A. Bassett for a few days.

Last Tuesday evening Mrs. E.V. Voak held a six o'clock dinner at her home in honor of her mother, Mrs. A. Patterson, of Burlington, Wis., who has been visiting here for a week. Only immediate relatives were present and the affair was a sort of family reunion.

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Helmick, Mrs. Elon Williamson, who is secretary of the Madelia district of the Epworth League, and D.B. Kumler, delegate from the Epworth League of the M.E. church from here, attended the convention held at Madelia last Friday, Saturday  and Sunday.

John Humiston and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Humiston and daughter, Gladys, went to Adrian last Sunday in the former's auto returning in the evening. Another auto party composed of W.I. Carpenter and wife and Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Wolven made the trip the same day in the latter's Ford.

Tuesday afternoon Ole Carlson, section foreman on the Omaha, met with a painful accident, while engaged in his work. He was driving an iron rail spike with a sledge, when a small piece of steel broke off and flew into his left eye and which required the service of a physician in order to remove the same.

John Richardson, of Fairmont, visited from Monday until Wednesday at the home of his sister, Mrs. R.C. Dana, having arrived here from LeMars, Iowa, where he had been to attend the funeral of his brother, Ben, on Monday, who died there last Friday. Ben Richardson was employed in J.P. Loveless' blacksmith shop a number of years ago.

Charles Peterson, who last April leased his farm near Rushmore and went back East for a visit with relatives, returned to Worthington Tuesday, where he expects to remain for several months at least. He stated that he spent over two months in Brooklyn, N.Y., and nearly the same period of time in Warrean [Warren?], Pa., at which places he has relatives.

Mrs. Nannie Abbott and son, Harold, of San Francisco, accompanied her brother-in-law, L.W. Abbott, to this city from LeMars Saturday, where they had been to attend the funeral of her father, Fred Becker, who died there last week Tuesday and who was buried on Friday. She will visit here for some time before returning to her home in California.

Both performances of Buffalo Bill and Pawnee Bill's united shows, which exhibited here Tuesday afternoon and evening, were largely attended and were very creditable exhibitions, as nothing immoral was connected with the main show. Fully two thousand out-of-town people and farmers were here that day, which indeed gave Worthington the appearance of a real bustling little city.

Bob Erickson was the unfortunate victim of a serious accident Monday afternoon. While engaged in preparing an antisceptic to be used on sores on one of his horses, he accidentally dropped a bottle of carbolic acid on the floor, which broke and some of the spatterings entered both of his eyes. Medical attention was immediately sought and it is thought that the eyesight will not be affected by the acid, although his eyes at the present are swollen shut.

Frank Gerdes, a farmer residing 12 miles east of Worthington on the Jackson road, met with an accident Friday afternoon, which nearly resulted in the loss of life. He was on top of the separator, superintending that part of a threshing rig, when in some manner he fell onto a pitch-fork, which was sticking in the ground with the handle uppermost. the handle of the fork entered about four inches into his body near the abdomen and it was only due to the prompt and skillful services of a physician that his life was restored and he is now on the road to recovery.

United In Marriage

Wednesday evening at eight o'clock, one of the prettiest of home weddings took place at the lovely farm home of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Shuck, four miles southwest of Worthington, at which time their daughter, Miss Adeline, was united in Marriage to Harry Anton, of LaPorte City, Iowa, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Anton, of Waterloo, that state, the father of the groom being a policeman of the latter city.

The ceremony which was a very impressive one, was performed without the use of rings, by Rev. G.G. Schmid, of the German Evangelical church, of which the bride and her parents are members. Miss Lyda Anton, sister of the groom, and Miss Mamie Shuck, the bride's sister, acted in the capacity of bridesmaids, while the groom was escorted by his brother, Edwin, and the bride's brother, Ervin.

After the ceremony a most bountiful wedding repast was served the guests, which were about eighty in number, being friends of the young couple from the vicinity of Worthington, Rushmore and Reading, besides a number of Iowa guests who were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmiser, of Lake Park, the groom's mother, Mrs. J. Anton and two children, Edwin and Lyda, of Waterloo, and Miss Clara Shuck, of LaPorte City, sister of Mr. .H. Shuck.

The happy married couple expect to leave about Saturday for LaPorte City where the groom has a farm and where they will start their long, happy and harmonious married life together, which is the wish of their many friends that they shall enjoy.

LOCAL NEWS NOTES

E.J. Jones went to Brewster Saturday morning on legal business.

Miss Verona Loehmer visited last Sunday with the family of A.J. Lempke at Org.

Miss Lottie Kall went to Lake Park last Thursday for an over-Sunday visit with friends.

Miss Julia Fellows visited last Sunday at the home of the Misses Hubbard's at Bigelow.

Dr. Ray Humiston went to Heron Lake Friday to attend a patient which he has at that place.

Dick Hurlbert, who is employed at Sioux Falls, visited Friday with his parents in this city.

Mrs. Anna Davis went to Adrian Saturday to visit over Sunday with her brother, Frank Ulveling.

A.W. Fagerstrom left Saturday afternoon for a weeks vacation at Des Moines and other Iowa points.

Mrs. E.N. Rowand, of St. James, spent last Sunday with her husband in this city, he being a railroad man.

Mrs. C.E. White and infant boy went to LeMars Saturday, where she will be the guest of friends for a week.

County Superintendent L.W. Abbott returned Friday from LeMars, where he has been on business connected with his office.

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Swanberg left Friday afternoon for Chicago, where they will visit for a week with friends and relatives.

Miss Ida Soderline, of Lake City, who has been the guest of Miss Mary Lutner for a week, returned Friday to her home.

Mrs. G.A. Cahoon and two sons returned last week from a two weeks visit with relatives in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Mrs. D.J. Atrops and two sons went to New Ulm Friday for a two weeks' visit at the home of her father-in-law, D.J. Atrops.

Mrs. C.R. Bishop and children, who have been the guest of friends at Fairmont for a few days, returned home Friday.

Miss Clara Frenz returned Saturday to her home at Brewster after spending a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. A. Bright.

Mrs. J.W. Spielman and daughter, Mabel, returned Saturday from a visit with the former's daughter, Mrs. S.W. Selby at Kent, Minn.

Ed Bear went to Brewster Friday, where he distributed advertising matter for the land excursion to Blue Blanket, South Dakota.

Col. B.S. Uden and wife left on Monday for Streator and other Illinois points on a business mission and will be gone a week or ten days.

Mrs. Wm. Pierce, of Leistico, Mont., arrived Saturday afternoon for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller, for a few days.

A.C. Parliman, clerk of the roadmaster of the Omaha railroad at Sioux Falls, was in the city Friday on business connected with his office.

Misses Hulda Wass, Delia Hawkinson, Emma Kindlund, and Ella Olson were the guest of friends in the city of Org between trains Friday.

Miss Nellie Swanson, of Duluth, Minn., arrived in Worthington Saturday and will visit a few weeks with her cousin, Mrs. Gus Mecklenberg.

Mrs. B. Jones and son, John, who had been the guests of Mrs. Chas. Hamstreet for a couple days, left Friday for their home at Kinbrae.

Miss Mary Soens and John Simmer, who have been the guests of Mrs. C.M. Cory for several days, returned Saturday to their homes at Minneapolis.

Robert Cree, of St. Paul, visited over Sunday with his wife and children in this city, who are the guests of the former's brother, Alex Cree and family.

Miss Beatrice Jadwa returned Friday to her home at Ottawa, Minn., after a most enjoyable three months' visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. O.H. Hurlbert.

Misses Josephine and Marion Crever, of St. Paul, arrived Saturday afternoon and will visit for a few weeks with their grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Crever.

Mrs. Jas. Gibson and three children, of Sheldon, formerly of this city, were visiting with friends here this week. They were accompanied here by Miss Harriett Phillips, who has been their guest at Sheldon for a week. From Worthington they expect to go to Hinckley, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. George Mackey.

Miss Lowell Barnes, of Lake Park, Iowa, visited with friends in the city while on her way to Rushmore, where she will be the guest of friends for some time.

Mrs. E.A. Post, of Reading, went to Rochester Friday to visit her son, Frank, who is submitting to an operation at the hospital, to which place he went last week.

T.J. Alexander, Representative of the Alexander Baking Co., of Pataskala, Ohio, arrived Friday for an over Sunday visit with his brother-in-law, Ed Norris, and family.

Prof. A.G. Steele, of the Western Union College, and wife, of LeMars, Iowa, were in the city Friday and Saturday soliciting and distributing advertising matter for that institution.

J. Hussenga and L. Pommer, of Ashton, Iowa, visited with their friend, G.W. Patterson between trains Wednesday, while on their way to Willow Lake, S.D., to look after land interests.

Rev. Ing. Hustvedt, of the Luverne Norwegian Lutheran church, passed through the city Saturday on his way to Windom, where he occupied the pulpit in the Norwegian church last Sunday.

Mrs. W.H. Hill, formerly of this city, but know of Mitchell, S.D., returned to her home at that place Saturday after spending several days renewing old acquaintances and visiting friends here.

John Wilson returned Saturday afternoon from a two weeks' vacation, spent with relatives at Canton, Ill. His wife and children, who accompanied him on the trip, will not return before the latter part of the month.

Mrs. A.L. Carlson and two children, of Fulda, arrived in the city Saturday from Sioux City, where they have been visiting friends for a week. They were the guests of Mrs. A.H. Bedient over-Sunday, when they left for their home.

Mrs. W.A. Vollman, who has been visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Sowles for a few days, left Friday for Fulda, where she will visit other relatives for a short time before returning to her home at Minneapolis.

Mrs. August Hagen, who deserted her husband and five children at this place about two years ago and who has since been located at Sioux city, passed through Worthington Saturday on her way to Reading to visit a sister.

Mrs. W.N. Burchard and three children, together with Mrs. George Conklin, of Minneapolis, her sister, who has been visiting here for about a week, departed Saturday for St. James, where they will visit over Sunday with relatives.

Miss Mabel Atherton, of Reading, visited with friends in the city between trains Saturday, while on her way to Winnebago City, to which place she was summoned to attend the funeral of her friend, Miss Earleane Eldridge, who died there on Friday.

Rev. J.H. Hanson, of the Lutheran church of Adrian, stopped here between trains Saturday, enroute to Round Lake, where he preached in a church of the same denomination last Sunday. That church is within his charge and he holds services there every third Sunday.

Mrs. M.P. Whitmore and four children, of Gardner, Ill., who have been the guests of her sister, Mrs. O. Malmquist at Rushmore for some time, passed through this city Friday on their way home. They were accompanied as far as this place by Miss Clara Malmquist.

Mrs. H.A. Bassett, of Rushmore, her sister-in-law, Mrs. G.S. Chamberlain and the latter's daughter, Irene, of Minneapolis, who have been paying the former a visit, were the guests of friends in Worthington from Friday until Saturday, when the latter left for their home at Minneapolis.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Gillen, visited between trains Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. W.H. Gilchrist, while on their way to Sioux Falls to visit other of their children. They were accompanied as far as this place by Miss Anna Evans, who will visit here with her aunt, Mrs. Gilchrist.

Rev. W.L. Dibble, who has occupied the pulpit in the Congregational church here for several Sundays returned Saturday from Rushmore, where he had been on business connected with his farm near that place. He left the same afternoon for Sioux City, where he preached in the First Congregational church Sunday, returning to his home at Columbus, Neb., on Monday.

Mrs. H. LaVelle, of Sioux City, arrived Saturday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. F.J. McGowan. She is quite an elderly lady and has been suffering intensely with the heat of the city, having at one time this summer become almost prostrate and having been advised by physicians to leave the city, she has concluded to spend the remainder of the summer with her daughter on the farm.

Miss Laura Cayforth, who is connected with the W.C.T.U., of Sioux Falls, was in the city between trains Friday on her way to Brewster, where she will lecture some time next week on the subject, "Types of Girls," which is an interesting lecture of vital interest to not only girls but to young men as well. She came here from Lismore and Wilmont, at which places she lectured last week.

Darul Phillips met with quite a painful accident last Friday evening at the home of his friend, George Foelschow, one mile west of town, near the lake. In attempting to run quickly from the tent, in which the boys were camping, he ran amuck one of the tent-poles with his little finger on his right hand extended in front of him, the consequences being that the member was sprained and required the attention of a surgeon.

Mrs. Evans, of Worthington, has demonstrated that woman, too, can become a good auto driver. Accompanied by her daughter and small son she drove the White Steamer touring car from Worthington to Minneapolis without a mishap and on Monday passed through Windom on her way back to Worthington. And she goes some, too, for she said that if the roads were good she would reach home in an hour. --Windom Citizen.

The state is threatened with a new epidemic according to the doctors. It bears a name terrible indeed, "anterior polio myelitis," which is enough of itself to send a chill of consternation down one's spinal column, which is the point of assault. It attacks children from two to eight years of age, affecting certain parts of the spinal cord and producing paralysis of the arms and legs. A number of cases have occurred in St. Paul and Winona. Physicians pronounce it a germ disease. --Jackson Republic.

Many Worthington people will remember Miss Dillian Day, daughter of Geo. J. Day, former residents of this city, and will be interested in the announcement that she is soon to wed. The Seattle Daily times of a recent date contains the announcement of the forthcoming wedding of Miss Day to Prof. Merle Thorpe, head of the department of journalism at the University of Washington, the marriage to take place early in the fall. Worthington friends of the bride will extend congratulations in advance.

R.H. Sykes and wife, of Baylis, Ill., have been the guest of Worthington friends the past week. Mr. Skyes owns 200 acres of Nobles county real estate and his mission here was to look after his property. He is a regular visitor here every year and says he sees many improvements in the country at each of his visits. In conversation with the Advance-Herald man Mr. Skyes gave as his opinion that right now is a good time to invest in Nobles county land and he thinks that those who are selling out now are making a mistake. His land he says is not for sale.

At the Catholic church at 8:00 o'clock Tuesday morning, occurred the marriage of Mr. D. Chermack to Miss Clara Main, two young people well known in this community. The bride is one of Nobles county successful teachers, having taught in the Worthington public school, besides teaching a number of terms in country schools near this city. They departed the same evening for Haswell, Col., where they went to make their home. The congratulations and best wishes of many Worthington friends will go with them to their western home.

The American Sunday Union, with headquarters in Minneapolis, under date of Aug. 1st makes the following report of the work done throughout the state: Since March 1st, 1909, the Missionaries of this Society in this state have accomplished the following in the needy places and for the children who were not being cared for by any other agency. They started 114 Sunday schools, having 386 teachers and 3235 scholars, aided other and old schools in 221 cases, where 940 teachers are giving Bible instruction to 9651 scholars, delivered 488 addresses, distributed 298 Bibles and Testaments, made 3688 visits to families, circulated $353.69 worth of religious literature, 93 conversions reported, 16 preaching stations opened and 2 prayer meetings established.

Local Intelligence

J.J. Kies was a business visitor to Luverne Monday afternoon.

Dr. A.H. White and wife, of Hardwick, were Worthington visitors Tuesday.

Dr. Wm. A. Saxon went to Windom Monday morning of a professional business trip.

Miss Edith Wigham, of Adrian, visited several days this week with friends in this city.

L.D. Veltum and wife, of St. Paul, are visiting this week at the home of A.A. Goodrich.

Miss Oella Cragoe, of Luverne, is this week the guest of Mrs. A.L. Canfield in this city.

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Black visited over Sunday at Rushmore with Mr. Black's parents.

Leo Meredith returned this week from a week's visit with friends at Emmetsburg, Iowa.

Dr. O'Neil came up from Sibley Tuesday to take in the circus and to visit with friends.

Miss Emma Ruprecht, of Bigelow, was the guest of friends in this city between trains Monday.

Carl Eastwood, editor of the Heron Lake News, and wife came down Tuesday to witness the circus.

Mrs. Eva Swartwood, of Currie, Minn., arrived Monday to visit with friends for several weeks.

Miss Caroline Bish went to Brewster Wednesday for a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. John Kraft.

Miss Bertha Blood returned Monday from a three weeks' vacation spent with her parents, at Sioux City.

Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Earle, of Decatur, Neb., arrived Monday for a visit with their son, Alfred, and family.

Mrs. J.E. Brandt and three children, of Clinton, Iowa, are visiting this week at the W.J. Long home.

Miss Beth Humiston returned Friday from Minneapolis, where she had been visiting relatives for several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Gloyd arrived Monday from Baraboo, Wis., for a visit of a week with her cousin, Mrs. John Carncross.

Miss Florence Schrader, of Woodstock, Minn., arrived Monday to visit with her friend, Mrs. Fred Mitchell for a few days.

N. Nelson, proprietor of the Nelson restaurant enjoyed an over-Sunday visit from his mother, Mrs. L. Nelson, of Jackson.

Miss Etta Moen, of Heron Lake, who has been the guest of her friend, Miss Mona Kies for a week, left for her home Monday.

Mrs. Jas. Rollestad, of Jackson, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schrader last Sunday, returning home Monday morning.

Ray Steffens, who has been enjoying a two weeks, vacation spent with relatives at Chicago, returned home Monday afternoon.

Chas. Dureay, of St. James, visited at the A.A. Goodrich home from Monday until Wednesday, taking in the circus on Tuesday.

Miss Marguerite Becker returned to Brewster Wednesday afternoon after spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. N. Becker.

Mrs. Sam Foight and Mrs. Ed. Leischer, of Luverne, came to Worthington Tuesday to be the guests of Mrs. John Frink for a week.

Mrs. Harry B. Lewis and children, who have been visiting friends in Windom for the past week, arrived home Friday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones, of Kinbrae, were guests at the home of the editor and family a couple of days the first of the week.

Misses Bethel and Glaydys Brigsby, of St. James, arrived Monday for a visit with friends and to take in the circus on Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Grelson, of Minneapolis, visited last Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Grelson in this city.

Thos. Hendricks, of Wilmont, was in the city between trains Monday, enroute to Sioux City, where he goes to visit friends for a few days.

Dick Koster of Round Lake township, who has been suffering for some time with appendicitis, is now improving.

Mrs. N. Kaufman, of Brewster, came down Tuesday to take in the circus and while here was the guest of Albert Schmidt and family.

Miss Inga Portem, of Duluth, Minn., arrived Monday afternoon for a week's visit at the home of her cousin, Mrs. W.I. Carpenter in this city.

W. Gage, of Fulda, who has been the guest of his nephew, Chas. Sowles, and family for several days, left Saturday for his home at that place.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hamstreet and children went over to Rushmore Saturday afternoon and were guests of Senator and Mrs. Bedford over Sunday.

B.B. Morris left Tuesday morning for Herman, Grant county, S.D. where he goes to superintend the harvesting of the crop on his farm at that place.

Miss Josephine Anderson, who has been the guest of friends and relatives in the city for the past week, departed Monday for her home at Krion, Iowa.

Miss Augusta Hale, of Grand Sampson Minn., arrived here Tuesday to take in the circus and to visit for a few days with her friend, Miss Floy Seely.

Mrs. M. Karpen and children, of Sibley, who have been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sjoholm for a week, returned home Monday.

Miss Mildred Tripp, who has been visiting friends in Jackson for the past week, passed through this city Monday on her way to her home at Round Lake.

Miss Mary Tosini, who has been visiting for the past week with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Casareto, returned Monday to her home at Sioux Falls.

Miss Edith Seline, who has been the guest of relatives in this city for two weeks, departed Monday afternoon for Sioux Falls, at which place she has employment.

Misses Delia Carlsted and Ella Peterson, who have been the guests of their uncle P.G. Johnson, for a few days, left Monday morning for their home at St. Paul.

Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Raswussen and daughter, Irene, who have been visiting at the Newton Fauskee home for the past week, left Monday for their home at Sioux City.

Marcus Sathe, of Jackson, who is representing the International Correspondence Schools, was in the city the fore part of the week on business connected with that firm.

B.E. Smith visited Monday between trains with his brother, Eugene, while on his way to the northern part of the state to seek a new location, having decided to leave Adrian.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rathisbeder, who have been visiting for a week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Chas. Anton, south of town, returned Wednesday to their home at Fulda.

Clifford Loveless, who is traveling for the Ford Glass company, of Minneapolis, stopped over between trains Monday with his parents in this city, while on his way to that city.

Miss Ella Horton, who recently moved from this place with her father to Elmore, Minn., passed through the city Tuesday on her way to Sioux Falls for a week's visit with friends.

Paul Salstrom, of Bigelow, visited between trains Monday with relatives here, while on his return home from a visit with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Salstrom, at Wilmont.

Misses Eva Montgomery and Grace Hagerman, of Brewster, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Montgomery in this city since Monday, returned to their homes Wednesday.

Rev. W.J. Robinson, former pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church in Worthington, but now of Pine Island, Minn., occupied the pulpit of that church in this city last Sunday evening.

Mrs. N. Weinandt and two children, who have been the guests of friends and relatives in this city for the past month, left Monday for Adrian, where they will visit relatives for several weeks.

Mrs. John Masgai returned home Monday afternoon from Adrian, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Mary Blesius, who she has been visiting for a few days and who will be her guest this week.

Dr. H.M. Darling, who a short time ago won Miss Florence Girard, one of the belles of Boston, from his rival, Baron Herbert von Vetter, of Germany, by means of a duel with rifles with the latter at Vienna, in which he was victorious and who later on July 4, married her at Naples, has recently returned to Minneapolis, where he is preparing to open an office. Despite the numerous queries of his many friends, Dr. Darling refuses to talk about the duel.

Miss Lola Bradford, who has been the guest of Mrs. G.A. Lincoln, most of the summer, returned to her home at St. James Wednesday in order to prepare for the fall term of school, which opens in September.

M.P. Mann and family and guests, Mrs. A.J. King, her two children, Miss Nina and Miriam, and Miss Marjorie Bell and Thorne Tollman, of Kansas City, spent an outing at Graham Lakes Friday and Saturday.

A.R. Albertus drove to Jackson Sunday morning with his automobile returning home in the evening with his wife and daughter and two sisters, the Misses Lillian and Nellie Cowing, who will be their guests for a week.

Mrs. F.L. Keith, of Reading, was in Worthington Tuesday to meet her father, W.H. Pheteplace and her little son, Fay, who has been visiting the former at his home in Hartley, Iowa. While in the city they took in the circus.

Wm. Wahl, of Streator, Ill., was a Worthington visitor last week. Mr. Wahl owns some Nobles county land and was here to look after his interests and also to visit his former townsman, P.J. Hill, who lives in Lorain township.

William Wood, who is employed at the Omaha freight depot, is enjoying a month's vacation and Monday morning left for Seattle, where he will visit his brother, Jim, who is employed in a hotel there and will likewise take in the exposition.

Miss Effie Beard, of Hawarden, Iowa, arrived Monday for a visit with her sisters, Misses Clara and Myrtle Main, the latter having just returned Sunday evening from a week's vacation spent with friends at Kickapoo Prairie and Faribault.

Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Buckingham and daughter, Celia, of Ridgeway, Wis., who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jones and family over Sunday, left Monday for Magnolia, where they will visit for a short time before returning to their home in Wisconsin.

C.C. Adams, of Elgin, Minn., arrived this week for a visit with his friend, L.M. Herbert, who was an old classmate of his while at the University. He will relieve Mr. Herbert in the drug store, while the latter goes to the cities to purchase his stock of holiday goods.

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

 


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