In justice court before Judge Dow, LaMihulivi was arrested on complaint of
Nick Constantilierie for larceny of a pair of pants from out of a laborer's
car in the Rock Island yards in this city. The party was captured at Bigelow
with the goods in his possession, on telephone message from Sheriff Fauskee,
and returned here by Constable Ballard of Bigelow. Defendant entered a plea
of guilty and received a sentence of $10 or thirty days, in default of which
was committed to jail.
Peter S. Serkland one of the oldest citizens of Watonwan county, died on
George Raub, over 60 years of age, husked and cribbed over 400 bushels of
corn in eight days on his farm near Jackson. That going some for a man of
Ed. Umbarger committed suicide at his home in Sibley, Iowa, March 30th, by
cutting his throat with a razor. The men had been despondent for some time
because his family would not move to Minnesota, where he wanted to go on a
farm. He had threatened to kill himself a week before.
Winfred Still, at Ellsworth, had a narrow escape from suffication last week.
While playing with some of his companions they pushed him into a box and
locked it, and then ran away. He was discovered just in time to save his
George Nelson, of Brewster, was up the first of the week to visit his
Mrs. J.E. Stonesifer returned Monday from a week's visit at Paullina, Iowa.
Mrs. H.A. Kramer returned Tuesday from a week's visit with relatives in
E. Sarver, of Canby, Minn., was in the city the first of the week
Mrs. Nellie White departed Monday afternoon for Sioux Falls for a visit with
Eugene Slater, the pure food inspector, was in town this week on official
Banker Nenaber, of Round Lake, was transacting business in Worthington
Friday of last week.
Messrs. W.H. Marshall and Joseph Stiener were among the visitors to Heron
F.L. Keith has secured the services of August Johnson of Minneapolis to
assist him in the store and to drive the mules on the meat wagon.
Leon Vincent, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, was here the first of the week looking
after business interests.
Ben Hildyard returned Tuesday to DesMoines, Iowa, to resume his studies in
Myrtle and Artie James, of Rushmore, were in the city a couple of days this
week visiting with relatives.
Bill Ross, of Heron Lake was in the city for a few days.
Mrs. James Furey, of Ellsworth, visited at the home of Nick Klaras Monday.
Robt. Phillips, of Wilmont, was calling on friends in town the first of the
Mrs. N. Klaras and children visited with Adrian friends the latter part of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drenkow, of Hull, Iowa, were guests at the Joe Yollman home
the past week.
Master Floyd Johnson was severely burned last week about the hands by falling
into a bonfire.
J. Wayne, of the Mitchell, S.D., Cement Block and Tile Co., was in the city
a couple of days this week, looking over the heating plant at the local tile
The Worthington Hotel cash box was broken open Thursday morning and $17.50
taken. Milton Dickerson, who has been employed as porter and train man, is
Dr. Gould was in Heron Lake Monday on veterinary business.
Pat Whalen of Reading, was a pleasant caller at the Globe office Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Lock spent a few hours at Beaver Creek between trains Saturday
Miss Hilda Oren returned Friday evening from a two weeks' visit with her
father at Boardman, Wis.
T.A. Palmer has purchased the fixtures formerly used by Kay Brothers in
their real estate business.
A.M. Renner, our popular implement man, returned from a business trip to the
Twin Cities Friday morning.
Miss Lillian Darling left Saturday for Windom to resume her duties in the
public schools after a week's vacation.
W.S. Lewis left Wednesday morning for a month's visit with his daughter,
Mrs. Tibbetts, at Letcher, S.D.
The Misses Caroline and Lulu Bish spent a few days this week. He is one of
the contest managers in this vicinity.
Miss Lottie Boddy is the new "hello" girl at the local telephone office,
having taken the position made vacant by Miss Rippberger.
Mrs. Thom and daughter, Miss Francis, returned to their home at Ashton,
Iowa, Friday, after a week's visit at the home of William McKinney.
The Misses Martha and Johanna Davis, of Lismore, were in the city the latter
part of last week visiting with relatives. They left for Fulda Saturday.
Miss Helen Schaeffer, of Adrian, passed through this place Tuesday on her
way home from Duluth, Superior, and other places in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
John Skiable, of Elbron, Iowa, returned home Friday after a few days visit
in this vicinity. Mr. Skiable has been making some improvements on his farm
seven miles west of this place.
H.W. Conaut, of Sibley, was among the Worthington visitors last week.
James Ward, of Fort Wayne, Ind., made Worthington a business trip Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. James and son, Jack, spent last Thursday visiting in
Mrs. John Sullivan is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pat McCall at Brewster
John Nelson, a farmer residing near town, was operated upon Monday for
J.M. Eggelstom went to Heron Lake Tuesday to brae Pipestone branch.
S.F. Borroughs was visiting with friends and relatives in various part of
Iowa last week.
Mrs. M.A. Torey, of Chicago, arrived in the city Saturday for a visit with
relatives and friends.
Henry Ehler left Sunday evening for Tekamah, Iowa, where he has accepted a
position in the tile factory.
Master John Masgai returned last week from a few days visit with relatives
and playmates at Adrian.
Mrs. Berkland and daughter left for their home in Paullina, Iowa, Friday
after a visit with relatives in this city.
Pearl Berg went to Sioux Falls Monday to join his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole
Berg, who have removed to that city.
A marriage license was issued to Oscar C. Thompson and Miss Stella Rowe,
both of Nobles county, on Saturday.
Dr. F.E. Walker, formerly of this city, but now of Hot Springs, S.D. was in
the city over Sunday renewing acquaintances.
Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Peterson, of Windom, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs.
Peterson parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Maxwell.
Miss Cora Kemple, of Omaha, was in the city Friday last. She was employed
here about two years ago in the depot lunch counter.
Oscar Willardson, of Osceolla, and Tressa Meyers, of Nobles county, were
united in marriage by Judge of Probate Cory, March 31st.
Mrs. Hazen A. Ackerman and daughters, April and Bessie May, arrived in the
city Saturday to join her husband, who is the new reporter on the Globe.
Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Stoutemeyer and daughter left Tuesday afternoon for Hot
Springs, S.D. where they will make an indefinite visit with relatives.
Mrs. Julia Chaney went to Mankato Monday to attend the meeting of the
Ladies' Missionery society. From there she will go to Minneapolis for a
Hans Hanson, of Omaha, was in the city over Sunday on his way to Reading,
where he is engaged in putting in tile for some farmers. Mr. Hanson was
formerly a resident of Worthington.
Miss Eva Parish returned Thursday from a visit at Sioux Falls. She was
accompanied by her friend, Miss Ames, who used to be a teacher in our
schools. Miss Ames returned to Waterloo, Iowa, Friday, where she is
Walter B. Gee and Miss Lydia A. Voget were married at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vogt, in Albia township, Jackson county,
on Saturday, April 12, 1910. The Globe joins with their many friends in
County Attorney Jones made a trip to Adrian Saturday evening.
D.B. Kumler came home from Mankato Tuesday to cast his vote.
Mrs. Montgomery was among the Sibley visitors to Worthington Tuesday.
H.F. Volkmann, of Estherville, Iowa was transacting business in town
Mrs. J.A. Breffle left Saturday for a visit with her mother at Lake Park,
William Oestrick, of Windom, was a guest at the McGowan home the first of
J.S. Frink has taken the contract of altering the plumbing in the hospital
at Heron Lake.
Miss Christine Michaelson who has been visiting in the city went to
Mrs. J.M. Wilson was visiting with relatives and friends in Org the latter
part of last week.
Dell Scott, the popular elevator man at Rushmore, was shaking hands with old
friends in town last Friday.
Miss Jean Albertus went to Jackson Tuesday morning to visit her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cowings.
John O'Connor has deserted the "profesh" and has accepted a position in Geo.
W. Brammer's meat market.
Mrs. William Burchard was called to Minneapolis Saturday morning on account
of the serious illness of her brother.
Miss Lizzie Johnson, who has been taking a two week's vacation from her
duties in Steffen's restaurant, has resumed work.
Miss Amy Darling, who has been spending the spring vacation with relatives,
left Saturday to resume her duties in the LeSuer [LeSeuer] schools.
Outwaite Kumler departed Monday afternoon for Tekamah, Neb., for a short
visit with friends. From there he expects to go to the western coast.
Mrs. F.D. Everett returned to her home in Ash Creek the first of the week.
She has been here during the illness of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J.D.
Frank Glasgow, superintendent of bridge construction on the Omaha, left the
latter part of last week for Brogan, Oregon, where he will look after his
Carl Larson is suffering from a severe cut in the head. While crossing the
Omaha tracks he in some way slipped and fell so that the back of his head
struck a rail. Dr. Manson dressed the wound.
S.U. Ullum, of Alta, Iowa, spent a few days this week visiting with his
sister, Mrs. George W. Brammer. He left Wednesday morning for Chicago, where
he is attending the Northwestern Dental College.
H. Lawrence, of Rushmore, was in the city Friday, and made thiss office a
very pleasant visit. While here he renewed his subscription to the Globe for
another year. He says that he can't get along without it.
Jos. Budde and son, Frank, of Wilmar, who have been visiting friends in the
city, departed on Friday for Tripp County, S.D., Friday, where they intend
to make their future home. Mr. Budde was looking over the land in this
vicinity and says if South Dakota does not suit him he may return here.
Henry Arch, of Heron Lake, was in town Monday.
Ed. Lawton is home from the Twin Cities on a visit to his parents.
D. Sullivan, of Fergus Falls, was transacting business in town Monday.
Albert Deitrich spent the Sabbath under the parental roof at Lake Crystal.
W.W. Crandall, of Mankato, was doing business in Worthington this week.
Byron Mead, of Wilmont, spent Sunday in the city, the guest of John
Dr. Curran, of Mankato, was in the city on professional business the first
of the week.
Oscar Noren has accepted a position at Wilmont and took up his duties the
first of the week.
Miss Orphia Saxon returned Saturday from Windom, after a few days visit with
Mrs. James Iron returned Monday from a three week visit with relatives in
Joliet and Chicago.
Father Heatherington, of Sibley, Iowa, came Friday for a few hours visit
with Father Sherman.
Dana Reed and A.J. Hunt, of Coon Rapids, Iowa, were transacting business in
Frank Wood went to Windom Saturday afternoon to eat Sunday dinner with his
son, Claude, and family.
Jacob Bankman, wife and daughter, left Friday for an extended visit with
friends and relatives at Morrell, Iowa.
Miss May Hayes, of Round Lake, was in the city the latter part of last week
visiting with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Gilchrists and children left Monday for an extended visit
with Mr. Gilchrist's parents at Ryan, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. O.H. Saulspaugh, of Mankato, returned to their home Monday
after a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Samuel Allen.
Misses Florence McIntosh and Bessie Weidman left the first of the week for
Sioux Falls, where they will resume their studies at Morningside.
W.A. Murphy, formerly engineer at the power house, was transacting business
in town Tuesday and renewing acquaintances. He is traveling for the Crane &
Ordway Co., of St. Paul.
Among our prominent bachelors who purchased new buggies Saturday were
Messrs. Fred and Ira Sharp and Fred Dalheim. The Western Implement Co.
furnished the vehicles.
C.H. Haggard arrived in the city from Ames, Iowa, Thursday for a few days
visit with the old folks at home. He is attending the agricultural college
there, taking a veterinarian's course.
C.H. Henderson, of Omaha, was in the city last week, the guest of H.S.
Hobson. During his stay he took a run around the neighboring vicinity and
became so impressed with the country that he invested in a farm. Well, it
only needs a look around to give strangers the investing fever.
Oscar Edgstrom, a well digger residing in this city, was brought home Friday
crippled up with rheumatism. He had been working east of Brewster and the
first he noticed of the attack was on Tuesday when his ankle began to pain
him. He paid no attention to it and the next day it was in his shoulder.
Still he kept on work until Friday when he was completely stricken in the
limbs and unable to move. We hope to soon see him out again.
F.B. Voog, of Lynd, was a Saturday visitor in Worthington.
E.V. O'Brien, of Slayton, was a Worthington visitor Sunday.
Master Raymond O'Connor is visiting friends in Wilmont for a few days.
J.H. Hodge, of Estherville, Iowa, was a Worthington caller the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. G.R. Lawrence went to Sioux City Thursday evening for a short
Mrs. William Ferguson went to Brewster Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs.
The family of J.D. Humiston were released from quarrantine for scarlet fever
the first of the week.
Mrs. Harry Tripp and children went to Round Lake Saturday morning and
remained over the Sabbath.
F.D. Everett, agent for the Omaha at Ash Creek, Minn., was in the city over
Sunday visiting relatives.
G.C. Casareto returned home from Sioux Falls Monday. He was accompanied by
his daughter, Rosa.
J.S. Eddelstein and family were Minneapolis bound Saturday for indefinite
visit with friends and relatives.
Misses Clara Bo_e and Martha Abraham went to Woodstock Friday after a day's
visit with his family here. He is delivering the History of Jackson County.
Mrs. Brannigan, who has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. E.H. Smith, left
on Monday for her home in Minneapolis.
Miss Laura Tricke visited with friends in the city Friday last. She was on
her way to Lake Park, where she is teaching school.
Miss Mabel Clark, who has been visiting with her sister, Miss Mary, departed
on Saturday for Slayton, where she is employed as a stenographer.
Miss Florence Fallgetter, was in the city Monday enroute for her home at
Parker, S.D., after a visit with her brother, Truman, at Wilmont.
Lewis Laughlin, of Emmettsburg, Iowa, was in the city the first of the week.
He was on his way to Luverne to take charge of the Journals contest.
Peter Thompson went to Sioux Falls Saturday evening to assist in the
settlement of the estate of his son-in-law, James W. Parke [Parker?], who
recently died there.
D.G. Meyer, of Minneapolis, was in Worthington this week on business. Mr.
Meyer is the gentleman who has put in several concrete bridges for the
Miss Rudy Rippberger has resigned her position in the telephone office. She
is one of the Globe's popular lady contestants and made a trip to Brewster
Friday in the interests of her candidacy.
Miss Oleana Langseth came home from Rushmore Saturday for a week's visit
with relatives. She was accompanied by two of her sister's children, whom
she has been taking care of since their mother's death.
Mrs. Chris Kramer went to Sibley Iowa, Saturday to spent a few days with
Mrs. James Jack went to Magnolia last Thursday for a visit with relatives
Mrs. Gibson and daughter, of Sheldon, Iowa, came up Sunday for a visit with
E.J. Bahls, of Round Lake, was transacting business in Worthington the first
of the week.
Miss Julia Teitenberg, an employee of this office, spent Sunday with
relatives and friends in Wilmont.
Victor Beckman, a former member of the Globe force, went to his home at
Hull, Iowa, Saturday last.
Messrs. E.W. Hermann and J.W. Nazarenus were business visitors to Brewster
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Martin and children returned Saturday morning from a few days visit
with friends and relatives at Sibley, Iowa.
J.P. Dunne, the representative of the Minneapolis Tribune, for the Second
Congressional district, was in the city over Sunday.
Mrs. L.R. Gholz left last week for a visit with her parents at Spirit Lake,
Iowa, Dr. Gholz took a run down Saturday evening to visit over Sunday.
Mrs. F.C. Hand, who has been visiting in Worthington with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Wilson, returned to her home in Hatfield, Minn., Monday.
Mrs. S. Ronan, of Haywarden, Iowa, and Mrs. M. Ronan, of Reading, were
visiting with relatives and friends in the city the first of the week.
Miss Ida Roll, of Adrian, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. A.M.
Renner, left Sunday evening for Welcome, where she is teaching school.
Mrs. A.D. Fritz, of Ocheyeden, Iowa, was in the city, Saturday visiting her
daughter, Mrs. J.D. Everett, who recently underwent an operation at the City
Mrs. Goodell, of Lake Park, Iowa, arrived in the city Thursday night for a
visit with her daughters, Mrs. J.A. Braeffle, and Miss Goodell, who is a
nurse at the City Hospital.
Miss Lillian Luehrs left Thursday night for Duluth, having accepted the
position as Professor of History in the State Normal School in that city for
the remainder of the school year.
Miss Fay Richardson, of LeMars, Iowa, who has been visiting with Miss Kramer
and other friends in the city, returned to her home Friday last. Miss
Richardson formerly resided in this place and it was her first visit in two
Art Lyons departed the first of the week with a carload of goods for Brogan,
Oregon, where he will make his future home. Mr. Lyons and family are old
residents of Worthington and will be missed by many friends. Mrs. Lyons and
daughter Iva, will follow him in the near future.
Miss Pearl Shuette, of Owatonna, who has been manager of The Globe's Piano
contest, departed on Monday for her home. During her stay here Miss Shuette
has made many friends who regret her departure, but then, "the best of
friends must part." She was accompanied by Miss Eunice Jones, who has had
charge of the Luverne Journal's contest.
From our Vast Army of Correspondents.
John McCord visited at Wilmont Friday.
M.A. Mattison moved Friday in the house formerly occupied by C.V. Thom.
Miss Maud Powerll left on Thursday for a visit with friends and relatives at
Mrs. Al Dougherty is enjoying a visit from her sister Mrs. Pearl Lindsey of
Mrs. E.L. Wemple and grandson Everest left on Saturday, for a weeks visit at
Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Johnson went to Edgerton Saturday for a visit with friends
Mrs. Fred Folly and Mrs. John Barnard from Little Rock was calling on
relatives and friends Friday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hans Henderson a girl on March the 31st -- mother and
child are both doing well.
An April Fool party was held at the home of Henry Thompson Friday night, all
present report a good time.
Master Everest Wemple of St. Paul is here visiting his Grandmother Mrs. E.L.
Wemple and other relatives.
Miss Cora Fox is taking a weeks vacation. Miss Lillian Wemple is taking her
place in the Post-office during her absence.
Mrs. Andrew Schraeder was taken suddenly ill last Friday with a stroke of
paralysis but at present is rapidly improving.
Mrs. J.A. Dahlberg who has been confined to the house on account of sickness
is rapidly improving and is able to be out again.
The Rushmore school is having a vacation this week and the teachers are
spending the time at their homes. Miss Boyce at Adrian Minn., Miss Knudson
at Mankato Minn., Mr. Oakes at Worthington Minn., and Miss Greig at her home
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greig left on Tuesday night for Canada where they expect
to make their future home on Saturday night. Their many friends gave them a
surprise at the home of James Greig, the evening was spent in playing games
after which refreshments were served and the guests departed for their
homes, wishing Mr. and Mrs. Greig success in their new home.
Mrs. John Brown has been confined to her bed part of the time for the past
two weeks with the grippe.
While out getting a load of hay last Monday John Brown was taken suddenly
ill with plurisy. He is able to be around again.
A small fire was discovered in the cellar of J. Fitzgerald's residence last
Monday but was soon extinguished. It was discovered by Miss Hazel Kinney who
stopped in for a visit while coming from school.
Nels Moberg's have been quarantined for the last two weeks because one of
their children has had scarlet fever. The school was also closed last week.
Gust Rhudequist of Worthington has accepted a position to work for Wallace
Saxon this summer.
Charlie Peterson lost one of his best horses last week, getting one of his
legs kicked off by another horse.
Dan Nystrom and Hilda Nelson visited at the home of Anton Holms last Sunday.
Miss Nellie Erickson went to Worthington last week, where she has accepted a
position at Rev. Alvords.
Miss Ora Peterson left for Sioux City on Monday for a few weeks visit with
Mr. and Mrs. John Whelan entertained Henry Mohr, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lawrence
and family and Jeanette Sietsema to dinner Sunday.
Henry Buss spent Sunday with relatives in Worthington.
Will Rogers and Ed Manning drilled a new well for Ben Voss last week.
Pearl Burkhart of Reading visited with Mrs. Lofeman a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green of Worthington spent Sunday at the B.F. Young home.
Ben Young and Ferdinand Wassmund, Sr. transacted business at the county seat
Mrs. Allen Lawrence visited with her mother, Mrs. F. Mohr Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Lawrence is just recovering from a long and serious illness and this
was almost the first trip she had made for nearly five months. Her many
friends hope that she will soon enjoy her usual good health.
Mrs. A. Paulson is on the sick list this week.
G.R. VanDike spent Thursday evening in Lakefield.
Mrs. B.F. Holland who has been sick is able to be around again.
Chris Hartwig returned from South Dakota on Friday of last week.
Fred Sentag of Heron Lake was a Kinbrae visitor last Saturday.
Mrs. Chris Hartwig visited in Worthington Wednesday and Thursday of last
Miss Myrtle Lindquist returned to Kinbrae Saturday after a week's vacation
spent with friends in Fulda.
Fred Sentag took the train from here Tuesday noon for Montana where he
expects to take up a homestead.
Albert Paulson one of our enterprising merchants has a man on the road now
buying cream and eggs from the farmers.
Julius Jeppesen and Bert Paulson went to Heron Lake last Thursday, where
Bert recured employment in the brick and tile factory.
On Monday of this week Mr. John Schreiber left for Seattle, Wash., where he
will visit for some time with his daughter Mrs. Berggren.
for Arvilla, S.D. on Monday where he will assist his uncle Sam Helden in the
carpenter business during the summer.
Mrs. Frank Ridgeway returned from Quim S.D. last Saturday, where she had
been called by telegram to attend the funeral of her father.
Mrs. L.H. Hawkins was called unexpectedly to Iowa last Thursday.
Guy Fellows, of Elk township, was in town on business last Thursday.
Judge Baker, of Wilmont, was down between trains one day last week.
Morace Conan was enjoying a visit from his mother the first of the week.
Geo. W. Patterson was doing some surveying for tiling on his farm Tuesday.
Stephen Feit and wife were entertaining company from Round Lake over Sunday.
S.T. Fair enjoyed a visit from his brother from Pipestone county last week.
Frank G. Bulick is spending a few days with his parents while he is
recuperating from his operation.
Our new blacksmith, Mr. Davis, got all tee [the] hard work here he wanted
and left between suns Saturday night.
W.S. Ramer, of Elk township, and Ronan Bros., of Reading, are doing some
much needed tiling on their farms.
George Lemen has secured employment from James Baird, Jr., for a couple of
months, after which he plans going west to grow up with the country.
From some cause or other, Rev. Wray failed to put in an appearance last
Sunday. The pulpit was very ably filled by Dr. Souls, of Worthington.
Ben Voss has purchased lumber for a new house. Some folks say that it is for
Tommy, but what would Tommy want with a house? We will just wait and see.
Bank Inspector Becker was here last Wednesday checking up the State bank and
found everything in shipshape condition. He went on his way rejoicing to see
the other fellow.
F. Wassmund and daughter, Christina, took their "all" and departed for
Germany last week. They have wanted to go back home for some time, but we
fear they will find things so changed that they will not be satisfied.
A.R. Beilke was down the first of the month and moved the postoffice
supplies over to the new postmaster's. He stated that Mrs. Beilke was quite
sick again, which report was received with sorrow by their many friends.
From our Vast Army of Correspondents.
Rev. A.H. Thuman went to Sibley, Iowa, Saturday.
Mrs. T.H. Prideaux visited at Worthington Monday.
W.C. Thom was a business visitor at Worthington Friday.
John W. Peters purchased a new Reo automobile last week.
Miss Kate McCall visited at her home at Brewster over Sunday.
Will James and family visited with relatives at Little Rock Sunday.
Miss Freda Green visited at her home in Little Rock over Sunday.
C.S. Morton went to Sioux Falls Friday to attend to business matters.
R. Prideaux of Worthington, was over Monday visiting with his son T.A.
George Forbeck and family have moved this week into the F.A. Carrell
J.B. Ludlow was over to Little Rock Tuesday looking after some matters of
Dr. Vale of Sibley Iowa, was in town Monday on business. He went from here
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huber and children, were over from Wilmont Sunday, calling
Mrs. C.B. Andrews and Mrs. Cora Fox visited friends at Little Rock from
Saturday until Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson last Friday a baby girl. All concerned
are doing well.
J.G. Herman visited several days at Heron Lake the guest of his daughter
Mrs. Geo. Cunningham.
Mrs. R.E. Smith and daughter, of Worthington, came over Saturday for a visit
at the home of Mrs. H.A. Bassett.
Mrs. Pearl Lindsley returned to her home in Minneapolis Saturday after
visiting a week with her sister Mrs. Al. Dougherty.
Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Johnson returned Saturday from Harwick and Edgerton where
they have been visiting relatives and friends.
Roy Rice departed Thursday night for Conrad, Montana, where he has secured a
position as stenographer and bookkeeper for the A.D. Johnson Lumber Co. his
many friends wish him success in his new line of work.
Mrs. J.A. Dahlberg left on Saturday for St. Paul to visit a few days at the
home of her brother C.L. Fagerness. From there she will go to Staples to
visit Martin Fagerness before returning to Rushmore.
Nels Hokeness and family left last Saturday for Mt. Horeb, Wis., to be
present at the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. Hokeness's parents. All of
the seven children in the family will be present except Knute of this place,
who could not get away at the busy time of the year.
On Wednesday April 6th, at the home of the bride's parents in Little Rock
township, occured the marriage of Miss Stella Rowe and Mr. Oscar Thompson by
Rev. Gibbs of Rushmore. Miss Anna Rowe, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid
and Will Rowe brother of the bride was groomsman. There were about
one-hundred relatives and friends present to witness the ceremony. After the
ceremony a splendid wedding supper was enjoyed by all present. The bride is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rowe, the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Thompson. They are both well and favorably known and have a large
circle of friends to wish them a long happy and prosperous life.
Gus Larson and Amil Thompson returned from North Dakota
The Ladies' Aid Society met at the home of Albert Hector Thursday
The young people of this vicinity gave Lillie Blomgren a Kitchen shower
Miss Ida Thisfor, of Rush Lake, has accepted a position at the home of
Alfred Kall, of Worthington, is occupied at the home of Mrs. Brink for a
couple of weeks.
Mrs. O.H. Nystrom, of Wilmont, visited at the home of Hans Nystrom over
On Thursday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Blomgren,
occurred the marriage of Miss Lillie Blomgren and Albert Nelson, Rev.
Edstam, officiating. They will make their home on the Nelson farm. Their
many friends wish them a long and prosperous life.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nystrom were very pleasantly surprised by their
relatives, the occasion being their fortieth wedding anniversary. After a
speech by Albert Olund, of Wilmont, and Rev. Edstam, of Indian Lake, an
excellent dinner was served on the lawn. About 55 were present at this good
OBITUARY -- Emory Ellsworth Stover was born in Lucas Co. Iowa, Feb. 11th,
1866. He graduated from the Lucas high school at 17 years of age. Passed the
examinations of the Iowa State Board of Pharmacy at the age of 18. Practiced
Pharmacy for ten years. Attended the law school at the State University of
Iowa. Graduated from the Regular Medical Department of the State University
of Iowa in 1898. Practiced Medicine in Iowa two years. Passed the
examinations of the Minnesota State Medical Board in 1900 and began his
practice at Bigelow, Minn that year. Married Dec. 28, 1904. Died April 9,
1910. He leaves a wife and two little daughters a father, one sister and
three brothers. Was a member of the American Medical Association, the
Southwestern Minnesota and also Upper DesMoines Medical Association. The
funeral service was held at the house Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
conducted by Rev. Carleton, and the body shipped to Northfield for burial.
A. Nazarenus visited in Brewster last Friday.
Mrs. A.O. Wensberg was in Luverne Wednesday on business.
Mrs. John Kusten, of Round Lake, was visiting in the city Wednesday.
Mr. Day, of Lake Benton, was visiting with Worthington friends Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ober went to Sanborn Saturday to remain over the Sabbath.
G.R. Lawrence, of St. Paul, came down this week for a visit with his son,
Vic Anderson returned the first of the week from a visit at Haywarden,
Mrs. Joe Nazarenus entertained the ladies of the German Lutheran church
J.E. Darling departed for St. Paul Wednesday morning to take in the
The census enumerators will commence their duties tomorrow, Friday, April
F.F. Desmand of St. James, was transacting business in town one day this
James Gibson of Sheldon, Ia., was looking after business interests in
F.R. Engel of Hardwick, was in the city Wednesday, looking after business
Mrs. Fred Smith, who has been visiting with friends and relatives in
Sibley returned home Wednesday.
Mrs. Greene of St. James, arrived in the city Wednesday for a few days'
visit at the home of John Fitch.
Heika Fricken and Minnie Eilers, of Adrian, were united in marriage in
this city April 9th, Judge Cory, officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Vale arrived in the city Wednesday from California. They
were formerly old residents of Worthington.
W.H. Baker, of Reading was transacting business in Worthington last
Thursday and made the Globe office a pleasant call.
Fred Tripp and wife, of Round Lake, are visiting with friends in the city
Wednesday and incidentally took in the Firemen's ball.
Miss Macguire, of Buffalo Center, Iowa, was visiting with friends in the
city Tuesday. She departed for her home on Wednesday.
Mrs. John Stafford, who has been spending a few months with her sister,
Mrs. Geo. Stark, left on Wednesday for Eau Claire, Wis.
Mrs. Ernest Anderson, Herbert Noren, Fred Jobin, Paddy Tripp, James
DeVaney and C.E. White were Sunday visitors at Brewster.
Misses Lulu Lamb, Marie Schaeffer, Clara Forrette and Mrs. Effie Dodge,
of Adrian, were in attendance at the Firemen's dance Wednesday.
Mrs. A.M. Lyon and daughter, Miss Iva, departed on Wednesday for Brogan,
Oregon, to join Mr. Lyon, where they will make their future home.
Judge Cory performed the ceremony April 10 which made M.L. Tjomsland and
Maud Kelly man and wife. They were from Hancock county, Iowa.
Taylor Johnson will in a few days begin the erection of a large barn on
his farm to the place of the one recently destroyed by fire. It will be
Miss Canfield stopped off here over Sunday for a visit with her brother,
A.L. Canfield, and family. She was on her way home to Luverne from St. Paul.
Mrs. Anna Scholtes, of Ellsworth, was brought before Judge Cory last week
and examined as to her sanity. She was committed to the asylum at St. Peter.
A.B. Johanning, of Wilmont, was in the city Monday. He has sold his farm
near that place and was on his way to Morriston county with the view of
investing in that vicinity.
Mrs. Barnes and children, of Lake Park, were visiting at the home of Mrs.
O. Anderson last Saturday. They were on their way to visit with friends and
relatives at Reading.
Mrs. Evans, residing near Round Lake, is going to have a complete new set
of buildings on her farm, including house, barn, graneries, hog houses, etc.
Julius Palm, of this city, has the contract.
Robt. Schumacher, of Heron Lake, was a Worthington caller last week.
Master Lawrence Abbott went to Luverne Saturday for a few day's visit.
Dr. Huff, of Sibley, Iowa, was in the city on professional business
Harvey Rew returned last Thursday from an extended visit at San Antonio,
H.F. Volkerman, of Estherville, Iowa, was a Sunday visitor in
John Baker made a trip to Heron Lake the latter part of last week on
C.W. Housman, of Salt Lake City, Utah, was transacting business in our
The quarantine has been raised from the residence of Nels Moberg,
residing near Bigelow.
W.W. Crandall, of Mankato was calling on Worthington people on business
F.J. Loren, of Brewster, was transacting business in Worthington the
first of the week.
Mrs. Ralph Carleton was called to Fremont Thursday by the sudden illness
of her mother.
Mrs. H.S. Mohrman went to Iona, Minnesota, Friday for a visit with
relatives and friends.
Misses Ethel Osborn, Mildred Mackey and Thressa Ryan were calling on
friends in Org Friday.
Mrs. James Chermach and children have gone to Guernsey, Iowa, to visit
her mother and brothers.
W.D. Carpenter, of Rock Rapids, Iowa, was visiting with friends and
transacting business Wednesday.
Mrs. H.T. Swartwood, of Tracy, returned to her home Monday, after a few
days' visit with Mrs. J.T. Donevan.
Miss Hannah Geisel, of Wilmont, visited in the city a few hours Monday on
her way to visit friends at Sibley, Iowa.
Mrs. E.L. Schwartz returned home Saturday from a visit with relatives and
old time friends at Amboy, Minnesota.
Mrs. M. Gritz, of Jackson, stopped off in the city Tuesday to visit with
friends. She was on her way to Los Angeles, Calif.
Miss Veda Shepher, private secretary of Governor Eberhart, was in the
city the latter part of last week visiting with friends.
Miss Amelia Katts, of Sheldon, Iowa, returned to her home Friday, after a
couple weeks' visit with her parents and friends east of town.
Mrs. Wm. Burchardt received the sad news last week of the death of her
brother, Wm. Witte, at Minneapolis, of typhoid fever. He was about 22 years
Mrs. W.A. Saxon went to Minneapolis Monday to attend the Minnesota State
Sunday School Association's meetings, which are being held there this week.
G.J. Savidge of Sioux City, was a Worthington caller Tuesday. Mr. Savidge
is the gentleman who drilled the wells for the city some four years ago. He
is at present repairing the village well at Wilmont.
Dan Chute's house on Eleventh street is fast nearing completion. The
furnace is being put in and the house is ready for the plasterers. Mr.
Chute is also going to erect a new house near the Rock Island depot.
H.E. Jager, traveling agent of the State School located at Owatonna, was
in the city Tuesday looking after the interest of the school. Frank Lewis
formerly in business in this city, is assistant superintendent of the
Milton Dickerson was arrested last week at Org for grand larceny in the
second degree. The complaint was sworn out by Stanley Moore, proprietor of
the Worthington Hotel. He was taken before Judge Dow, where he waived
examination and was bound over to the grand jury. Bail was fixed at $500, in
default of which he was remanded to the county jail.
I.F. Kelly was transacting business in Bigelow the first of the week.
Mrs. Calvin, of Reading, visited with Worthington friends last Saturday.
E. Heisel, of Cherokee, Iowa, was in the city last Saturday transacting
M. Ronan and wife went to Haywarden, Iowa, Saturday for a few days visit.
Robt. Smith and G.R. Lawrence were business visitors to Bigelow last
E.F. Dickens of Windom, was among the visitors from that place to
L.A. Gregory, of Adrian, was transacting business in Worthington the
first of the week.
A.C. Cramblet returned from a business trip to Sioux Falls the latter
part of last week.
Judge G.W. Baker, of Wilmont, was transacting business in town between
W. Wyatt went to Sioux City Friday to attend to his own business and
incidentally enjoy himself.
Mrs. L.D. Barnes went to Luverne Tuesday evening for a few days visit
with relatives and friends.
Herman Bunning, of Round Lake, was in town the latter part of last week
W.G. Meyers left on Friday last for St. James. From there he went to the
Twin Cities for a week or ten days.
Philip Roets, of Belgium, arrived in the city Monday afternoon and will
make his home with his uncle, Philip Delagoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Biltgen, and daughter, Mrs. Marple, returned last week
from an extended visit at Los Angeles, Calif.
Mrs. Tom Blanchard, who has been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I.N. Wilson, returned to her home in Little Rock Tuesday.
A sad accident occurred at Madelia Tuesday afternoon. John Oney had been
hauling cinders in his wagon using dump boards in place of a box, and while
going down the street his team became frightened at an automobile and ran
away. In some manner one of the boards fell off and was thrown forward on
the whittfletrees in such a manner that his leg caught and his head hung
just back of the horses feet. At almost every jump the horses took, the
culks from the shoes struck him in the head. He was at last thrown against a
hitching post and his skull fractured. He was 43 years old.
Rev. A.H. Carver, of Luverne, was in the city a few hours Saturday.
J.E. Ulrich went to Sioux Falls Tuesday and brought back a new car.
H.E. Meyers, of Round Lake, was calling on friends in the city Friday
Mrs. J.T. Donovan left Wednesday for a few days visit with relatives at
Miss Emma Albert went to Okabena, Friday for a visit with home folks and
Mrs. M. Ronan, of Reading, was visiting in the city with relatives over
P.H. McCarvel, of Brewster, was transacting business in town Monday of
Messrs. John Moorehead and L. Bishop, of Adrian, were Worthington callers
L.A. Gregory of Adrian,was transacting business in Worthington the first
of the week.
J. McKay made a business [trip] to the metropolis of South Dakota the
latter part of last week.
G.W. Borst left Monday for Heron Lake to fire an engine on the Pipestone
branch of the Omaha.
Assistant Supt. Neil, of Omaha, was in the city Saturday, looking over
business at the depot.
Miss Goodell made a trip to Lake Park last Wednesday to be present at the
marriage of a friend.
William Cross, general foreman of the Omaha shops at Sioux City, was in
the city on business Monday.
WM. Burchard, one of our local nimrods, had the good fortune Saturday
evening to land a ten-pound pickerel.
John Johnson, accompanied by his daughter, Anna, went to Ellsworth last
week for a few days visit with relatives and friends.
Mrs. J.A. Carter, who has been visiting at the home of R.B. Plotts,
departed on Friday last for her home at Warwick, N.D.
Clayton Rodgers, of Sheldon, was among the people who came to Worthington
last week. He is from Sheldon, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knipe, of Cherokee, Iowa, returned to their home last
Friday. They have been visiting at the home of Geo. Morgan.
Fay Torrance is among those who is going to do some building this summer.
A new addition is to be built onto his residence and new foundation is to be
laid under the entire house.
Miss Jennie Clavadtscher left Saturday for Wabasha, Minn., for a few days
visit. From there she will go to Canada, where she will take up a claim. We
wish her success in her new venture.
What might have been a serious accident happened last Saturday. Ray
Wolven was driving Vic Anderson's auto and in turning the corner by the
Western Hotel struck a crossing breaking the steering gear, and the car
overturned. Harry Pannell and Ralph Anderson were occupants of the car, but
luckily escaped uninjured.
Ned Jones went to Alton, Iowa, Saturday and remained over Sunday.
James School of Mankato, was a caller in the city the first of the week.
E. Wagner, of Wells, Minn., was in the city on Monday transacting
Mrs. Chesick, of Bigelow, was visiting with Worthington friends last
Mrs. Lyons went to St. James last Thursday for a few days' visit with
Banker Ludlow, of Rushmore, was in town transacting business the first of
Henry Bisch went to St. James last week, where he will be employed for
the next six weeks.
Miss Kitty Chaney came down from Dundee Monday to resume her studies in
the public schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Burchard visited with relatives and friends at St. James the
latter part of last week.
Mrs. E.J. Helmick went to Sioux Falls, last week for a two weeks' visit
with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Ivan Erickson returned Thursday last from a visit with friends and
relatives from Sioux Falls.
Dr. Humiston is having the upper part of his house remodeled, it is being
divided into sleeping rooms.
Rev. G.A. Cahoon went to Adrian Saturday to be present at the quarterly
meeting of the M.E. church.
Harry Schaber, of Sheldon, was among the people who transacted business
in Worthington last week.
Miss Emma Ferguson, who has been visiting with relatives here, left
Saturday for Tracy, where she is teaching school.
Mrs. Mary Witt, of Ellsworth, was visiting in the city a few hours
Monday. She was on her way to Sibley for a visit.
Miss Mildred Lewis, who has been spending the school vacation at her home
in Wilmont,has resumed her studies in the high school.
L.N. Ravlin, of Sioux Falls, a representative of the Royal Typewriter
Co., was in town Tuesday. We acknowledge a pleasant call.
C.B. Ward, the proprietor of the Western hotel, believes in being up to
the times and is treating his hotel to a new coat of white paint. C.
Synkerson has the contract.
T.A. McGovern, who has been employed as night clerk in the Hotel
Worthington, has resigned his position and gone to Sibley, Iowa, where he is
working in the Windsor Hotel.
We understand that word has been received here of the death of John Adams
at the State Penitentiary at Stillwater. He was sentenced from this county
to serve 29 years and six months.
Ray Walker went to the twin cities Monday.
James Taylor, of Jasper, was a business visitor in town last Friday.
A. Farnes, of Sioux Falls, was doing business in Worthington Friday last.
Mrs. Dean went to Rochester Monday for a visit with friends for a few
Mrs. N.J. Lorge, of Wilmont, was in the city last week, the guest of
B.H. Bunkers, of Remsen, Iowa, was taking in the sights in Worthington
F.A. Vihlen, of Round Lake, was in town Tuesday and made this office a
Dr. Williams, of Wilmont, was in this city Saturday. He came over in his
Mrs. W.J. Mason, of Fulda, was in the city over Sunday visiting with Mrs.
Bedient and family.
Mrs. Earl Butcher and Miss Reynolds, of Bigelow, were shopping in
Mrs. Hawley has something interesting to say to the ladies in this week's
issue. Better look it up.
A.D. Fritz, of Ocheyedan, Iowa, came up last Thursday for a visit with
his daughter, Mrs. J.D. Everett.
J.A. Davidson, proprietor of the Central House at Luverne, was
transacting business in town Tuesday.
Miss Oliphant, of Blue Earth, who has been visiting with her sister, Miss
Hall, returned to her home Tuesday.
Joseph Hildyard left last Friday for Sioux Falls, where he has accepted a
position as salesman in the McKay piano house.
Major John Basher, of New Ulm, was in the city Tuesday for the purpose of
inspecting Co. F, it being the semi-annual inspection.
W.D. Boddy is nursing a sore eye, caused by getting a cinder in it while
on his way to Avoca last week with W. Dunbar on his speeder.
H.O. Ellis, of Kiester, Minn., was among those from the eastern part of
the state, who were transacting business in Worthington, Monday.
P.L. Thompson and niece, Miss Harrietta Thompson, of Ocheydan, was in the
city a few hours Wednesday. They were on their way to Okabena for a few days
D. Stevens of New York City, was in the city Wednesday on business. He is
the gentleman that has charge of the Barber stock that is being closed out
in this city.
Mrs. Marie Marple left on Tuesday for Minneapolis, after a visit with
relatives and friends in the city. She is employed as a linotype operator on
the Minneapolis Journal.
Maj. O'Connor, an old resident of Worthington, was in the city last week
renewing acquaintances. He formerly conducted an orchestra in this city and
organized several bands in the neighboring towns.
Marriage licenses were granted the past week to M.L. Tjomslad and Maud
Kelley, both of Hancock county, Iowa; Heiko Fricken and Minnie Eilers of
Nobles county and Albert W. Nelson and Lillian Blomgren of Nobles county.
Mrs. Samuel Lemon and two daughters, who have been residing near Reading,
departed on Tuesday for Keeline, Wyoming, to join Mr. Lemon, who has taken a
claim there. We wish them success in their new home.
The Red Cross Drug Store, W.G. Meyer, proprietor was opened to the public
on Monday, with new fixtures and an entire new stock. They have one on [of]
the finest soda fountains seen outside of the large cities. Frank Holton, of
Minneapolis, has been engaged as registered pharmacist.
Mrs. A. Montgomery died at her home in Brewster March 31. She was about
eighty-one years of age.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. John Frederickson at Windom presented them
with a fine silver service last week. They intend removing to Canada.
Geo. F. Sokol and Miss Agnes Nesbit were married at Sibley, Iowa, April
7th. They are well known young people of Sibley and have many friends in
The body of Miss Mary Saure was found in a vacant house at Wells last
week. She disappeared the latter part of March leaving a note saying that
she intended to committ suicide.
Marjorie Herring, a nine year old girl, living near Marshall, got her
hair caught in a cream separator, loosing it all, besides receiving several
Frank Cullen, a farmer residing near Selma, committed suicide at his home
last week by taking carbolic acid. It is thought that brooding over business
affairs caused a temporary derangement.
Harry Metz and Miss Adra Winter were united in marriage at the residence
of the bride's parents in Lake Park, Iowa, April 6. The bride has many
friends in this city, who wish her all the happiness possible.
The suit R.C. Churchill vs Charles Lewis, filed in the district court at
Heron Lake, for alienating the affections of the plaintiff's wife, $10,000
damages was dismissed last week. Mr. Churchill is the editor of the Windom
John Lafferty, aged about ninety years, died from suffocation and heat at
his home in Pipestone last week. The old gentleman was living alone and the
house caught fire from an overturing [sic] lamp. He was taken from the
building but expired almost immediately.
From our Vast Army of Correspondents.
Jens Christenson and family visited with Peter Anderson's family at Org
Saturday and report a good time and good roads.
Hans C. Hanson, nephew of Jens Christensen, arrived from Denmark and made
a week's visit with the family of the latter. He left for Minneapolis where
he expects to go to work. He is a practical electrician and thinks that
America is O.K.
Miss Ada Segar was a Fulda visitor Thursday.
Miss Maggie Fury spent Thursday in Fulda.
Mike McGlin of Lakefield was a business visitor in Kinbrae Thursday and
Mrs. F.D. Lindquist and Mrs. Maxwell of Fulda visited friends in Kinbrae
Robert Andrew left Saturday for South Dakota, where he expects to find
employment for the summer.
Miss Nan Frederickson was the winner of the second prize in the Globe
contest, receiving the diamond ring.
Miss Myrtle Lindquist went to Dundee Friday afternoon to visit a cousin
whom she had not seen for some years.
Mrs. H. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Morfit of Sheldon, Ia., visited in the
country several days last week. Mrs. Morfit returned to her home Friday
A farewell reception as tendered Mr. and Mrs. Girven Saturday evening by
the Royal Neighbors. A splendid supper was served and a general good time
enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Effie Wheelock took the afternoon train on Friday, going to Hartley,
Iowa, where her sister, Mrs. S.A. Moore of Hatfield, Mo., was very seriously
ill at the parental home. She returned via Dundee, Monday afternoon leaving
her sister in much more hopeful condition.
J.A. Good now sports a new buggy.
Messrs. Sisterman and Young spent Sunday at Wilmont.
Dr. Williams made a visit to Reading last Saturday.
E. Bowersocks and family were in Worthington last Sunday.
W.H. Baker has been doing some fencing up by Summit Lake.
Atty. S.S. Smith of Worthington, was calling on friends last Thursday.
Messrs. G.L. Bulick and C.A. Lutner were county seat visitors last
F.G. Bulick is now manager of an auto and is treating some of his friends
to a ride.
E.A. Post was delivering corn here for Geo. W. Patterson, the first of
Edward H. Hauenstein is taking an inter-deprentice course in the Reading
F.L. Keith started his meat wagon Tuesday. He plans on keeping it going
all summer now.
Tom Voss received a shipment of house-hold goods this week. It does begin
to look suspicious.
Mrs. W.J. Bulick has a spank and span new piano. Listen to the music from
Mrs. Sam Lemen and daughters left Tuesday for Wyoming where they go to
join Sam, the new pioneer.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. WM. Heckert last Saturday a boy. Mother and son are
reported doing well.
Road over-seer, C.A. Lutner, started out on the roads with the grading
machine Wednesday morning.
Sheriff Fauskee meandered through here Tuesday on his way to Bloom
township, where he had some official business.
Miss Edna McTier, of Rushmore, enjoyed her last week's vacation by
visiting relatives and friends in and around Reading.
C.L. Colman Lumber Co. received two cars of tile this week, the out-put
of the Worthington Concrete and Tile Company.
Harry Post's team of blacks gave him a "pleasant" little ride Tuesday
morning. The only damage done was a broken single tree and tug.
M. Ronan accompanied his mother back to her home at Haywarden, Iowa, last
Saturday, while Mrs. Ronan spent Sunday with her folks at Adrian.
Geo. Hacker sold a car load of hogs last week.
Willie Buss is not improving as rapidly as was expected.
Mrs. Wells and mother visited at Bigelow the first of the week.
The masquerade given at the home of Nels Scott last Friday evening was
well attended. Everyone reported a good time.
The mission band met at the home of Mrs. Paul Schulz, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Young spent Sunday with the latter's mother at Fulda.
Mabel and Elmer Soderholm visited with Worthington friends Sunday.
Will Omen had the misfortune to fall and sprain his right arm one day
WM. Marquardt has been enjoying a visit with his brother from Pipestone.
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Finch visited at the home of Mr. Smith, north of
Mae Cahin returned to Worthington on Sunday after a few weeks visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Will Heckert are the proud parents of a new boy, born on
Saturday, April 9th.
Mrs. Marquardt left for Benton County, Iowa, on Thursday of last week, to
attend the funeral of her brother-in-law.
The stockholders of line five held a meeting at Josuah Schechter's
residence last week and decided to put in new telephone poles.
Fred Johnson is very busy now days painting his house.
Mabel King closes a successful term of school in the Doeden district this
Mrs. A.F. Johnson and children, of Bigelow, are visiting relatives here
Chas. King, census enumerator, made a business trip to Luverne the first
of the week.
A bouncing baby boy came to live with Mr. and Mrs. H. Bjornstad last
George King and August Larson attended quarterly inspection in
Worthington Tuesday night.
Misses Ethel Osborn, Mildred Mackay and Therese Ryan of Worthington, were
visitors at the Wass school Friday afternoon.
Mrs. James Heller and children returned last Sunday after visiting at her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lindeman, at Langdon for three weeks.
Art Bjornstad went to Adrian last Monday to get seed corn. He is very
fortunate in getting home-grown seed corn as any that is of account is as
scarce as hen's teeth around here.
Florence Dalberg, Bessie and Ralph Anderson took an auto ride to
Haywarden, Ia., last Sunday. Their father, Victor Anderson, who was visiting
there, came back with them that night.
Thursday, April 21, 1910
DR. J.T. [Justin T.] SMALLWOOD MARRIED WEDNESDAY
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Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Matheson [Blanche], Minneapolis.
Death of John R. Pettis
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TWO DAUGHTERS WED. Misses Freda and Lillie Blomgren, of Indian Lake
Married Within Three Days.
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Geo. Alberg, Reading.
John Montgomery, of Sibley, Iowa, was in the city the first of the week.
Mrs. C.H. Hurlburt, of Boone, Iowa, spent Sunday with relatives in this
Edgar Linnell, of Ash Creek, was transacting business in town this week.
Born, on Wednesday evening, April 26, 1910, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Soenke, a
Miss Margaret McCall, of Brewster, visited her sister, Miss Bridget, last
Andrew Jensen, of Reading, was among the visitors of that place in
W.J. Lambert, of Aberdeen, S.D., was looking over Worthington, the latter
part of last week.
Miss Clara Foelschow went to Sheldon, Ia., Monday for a week's visit with
relatives and friends.
Messrs. Ed. Brown and Ed. Erickson of LeMars, were Worthington visitors
the latter part of last week.
Dr. A. Sullwold returned Monday from Davenport, Ia., where he has been on
Mrs. L.R. Gholz returned Monday from a visit with her mother and other
relatives at Spirit Lake, Iowa.
Mrs. S.O. Lestico went to Dundee Tuesday morning to visit with her
daughter, Mrs. A.R. Smith for a few days.
Mrs. T. Johnson, who has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. H.A.
Fauskee departed Tuesday for her home in Lakefield.
J.B. Batson, wife and family, of near Reading, were in the city Tuesday
for a few hours. They were on their way to Sheldon, Iowa, to attend a
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Lemore, of Spring Valley, Minnesota, are in the city,
the guests of F.E. Eggleston and family.
J.G. Lawrence and wife, of Marshall, Minn., were in the city over Sunday,
the guests of his brother, G.R. Lawrence.
J.C. Carlson and A. Schinkel departed Tuesday morning for Aberdeen, So.
Dak., where they will work on an elevator for the Squeers Co.
Messrs. C. and J.O. Cedarholm, of Reading, were in the city Tuesday on
their way to Rockford, Ill., called there by the serious illness of their
H.O. Lestico, of Stewart, Minn., was in the city the past week visiting
with relatives and old friends. He went from here to visit a sister at
A.H. Tilman and wife, of Wilmont, were in the city Wednesday evening.
They have just returned from Salem Springs, Ark., where they have been
spending the winter. Their many friends are glad to see them home again
looking so well.
A.H. Miller, of Lismore, was here the latter part of last week.
E.A. Tripp, of Round Lake, was in the city Tuesday on a business visit.
Henry Albers, of Adrian, was among the Wednesday visitors to Worthington.
B.H. Dietes, of New Ulm, was a caller in Worthington the first of the
Miss Dora Dreisen, of Wilmont, was visiting with friends in town last
Oil Inspector Reed made a trip to Adrian Tuesday on business connected
with his office.
R.H. Austin, of Adrian, was in town shaking hands with old acquaintances
Mrs. G.F. Mork and son, Elmer, went to Minneapolis, Saturday for a few
Ole Peterson, of Heron Lake, was transacting business in the city on
Friday of last week.
O.L. Borst, of LeSueur, made Worthington a business visitor during the
latter part of last week.
Mrs. Powell, of Staples, Minn., mother of Wm. Poole, is ill at Manson's
Hospital with heart trouble.
J.M. Carleton, who has been visiting with his son Ralph, left Saturday
for his home in Plainview, Minn.
Frank Glasgow returned the first of the week from Brogan, Oregon, where
he has been looking after land interests.
Misses Minnie and Ruth Olson, of Beresford, North Dakota, are visiting
with relatives and friends in this vicinity.
Mrs. E.G. Rathlisberger, who has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. H.
Apel, departed Monday for her home in Iona.
Attorney Manley P. Thornton is the census enumerator for the city of
Worthington and commenced upon his duties last Friday.
We are pleased to note that Oscar Edstrom, who has been confined to his
bed for the past two weeks with rheumatism, is improving.
Misses Clara and Emma Bose, who have been making Worthington their home
for some time, departed Tuesday for their old home at Woodstock.
Mrs. Andrew Houenstein, of Reading, was in the city Tuesday. She made the
Globe office a pleasant call and incidently renewed the paper for another
W.H. Lemm, formerly of this city, writes us from Scribner, Neb., that he
suffered from a gun shot wound the fifth of March in the right leg. It had
to be amputated below the knee.
Mrs. W.B. Stoutemeyer and Clifford Lyons, son of Mrs. Frank Lyons, were
operated upon at the Sisters Hospital in Hot Springs, S.D., last Thursday.
Their many friends will be pleased to learn that they are doing nicely.
Mrs. Sam Edie and children, and Mrs. Ohrey, residing near Worthington,
departed Monday morning for Bauman, North Dakota, to join their husbands,
who have taken up claims near there. The best wishes of their many friends
go with them.
Miss Minnie Johnson is visiting with friends in Sioux Falls.
W.D. Boddy made a business trip to Rushmore the first of the week.
Miss Bertha Peterson went to Sibley, Iowa, Saturday for a few days'
Ole Hanson, of Magnolia, was a business caller in Worthington Tuesday.
John O'Connor, of Leota township, was a Worthington visitor on business
Miss Rowena F. Feathers, of our sister town of Rushmore, was in town
S.J. Garlerick, of Sheldon, Ia., was in the city a couple of days the
first of the week.
Mrs. Lehman went to St. Paul last Saturday morning for an extended visit
Geo. W. Baker, of Wilmont, was transacting business in the county capitol
Chas. Paulson, of Belle Plaine, Minnesota, was in the city Wednesday
visiting with friends.
C.H. Parker and family, of Milford, S.D., were calling on acquaintances
in town the first of the week.
Miss Francis Hafer, of Brewster, who has been making her home in this
city, returned home Tuesday.
A. Bedford, of Rushmore, was among the business visitors from that place
in Worthington Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Martin, of Luverne, are visiting in the
city the guests of Mrs. L.D. Barnes.
Miss Theda Everett came over from Ash Creek last Saturday for a few days'
visit at the Everett and Ackerman homes.
Mrs. C.H. Smallwood went to Minneapolis this week to be present at the
marriage of her son, Dr. J.T. Smallwood.
J.S. Frink is putting in a thorough system of plumbing in the Frank
Glasgow residence. Both hard and soft water will be used.
Ray VanTassel and Claus Groos, of Pipestone, who have been working in the
Steffen's restaurant, departed for parts unknown Sunday.
Judge Wilson informs the Globe that he received a letter from Warden
Wolfer, of the Stillwater prison, stating that John Adams is not dead as
stated in our last issue.
Messrs. John James and E. Edstrom were passengers to Brewster Wednesday.
These gentlemen went over to examine a compressed air well drilling machine.
Pat Larkin, who has been making his home with his daughter, Mrs. Henry
Holmes, near this city, died Tuesday morning. He had lived in this section a
number of years and was about 91 years old.
E.P. Kieth [Keith?], of Algona, Iowa, was in Worthington a few days the
past week visiting with old friends from that section of the country. Mr.
Kieth thinks that Nobles county is alright and may invest in some of its
The following marriage licenses were granted during the past week: Fred
Griep of Woodberry county, Iowa, and Edna Caney of Nobles county; Pat Gannon
of Lyon county and Mary Scholtes of Nobles county; Ben Harris and Emma Joens
[Jones?] of Nobles county; John A. Olson to Engria Williamson, Lewis Langer
to Margaruite Furey, Roy Walter Coulter to Margaruite Elizabeth Kinsman, all
of Nobles county.
J.C. Carlson is putting a new shingle roof on his home.
Roy Vincent, of Luverne, was a Worthington caller Tuesday.
Miss Kate Martin was visiting with friends in Ellsworth last week.
Mrs. Hart Danielson, of Sioux City, was a guest of friends in the city
F.F. Burdett, of Edgerton, Minn., was among the Worthington visitors
L.A. Larson, of Dell Rapids, S.D., was looking over Worthington sights
M.E. Lawton, the real estate man, made a business trip to Windom last
Fred Esser, of Heron Lake, was seen on the streets of Worthington the
first of the week.
Rev. G.A. Cahoon visited at Welcome and several other points down the
line this week.
G.L. Beach, of Fairmont, was in the city the latter part of last week
Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Johnson went to Ellsworth for a couple of days' visit
with relatives Tuesday.
Nick Casaretto, of Sioux Falls, was visiting with his brother, Captain
Casaretto, in this city, Saturday.
Elmer Carlson returned home last Saturday after about a year's absence in
various cities in the west.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kilburn, formerly of this city, but now of Sioux City,
were visiting in the city this week.
WM. Poole, district manager of the Yoemen left Wednesday for Lismore on
business connected with that order.
Fred Zbornich left Saturday for his home in Sumner, Iowa. He had been
here for a week's visit with his son, Elmer.
Mrs. D.A. Coulter, who has been keeping house for her son, R.W., departed
on Friday last for her home at Thawville, Ill.
Mrs. J.D. Everett, who recently underwent an operation at the city
hospital, was able to be removed to her home Friday last.
Judge P.E. Brown, of Luverne, was registered at the Worthington Hotel
last Saturday. He had just returned from a trip to Texas with Fred Humiston.
E.J. Jones went to Adrian Saturday evening to accompany his little
daughter, Dorothy, home. She had been visiting with relatives there for
about a week.
The rumor that Joe Martin, who recently removed from Worthington for his
health, is dead, is unfounded. The Yoeman lodge, of which he is a member,
only recently received a letter from him.
Mrs. Chas Peterson and children left last Thursday for Keeline, Wyoming,
where she will join her husband, who has recently taken up a claim. We
understand that there are several families of Nobles County people in that
section. From the reports we hear from there it is a very good country.
James Elwin, of Minneapolis, was in the city this week. He was formerly
Major of the Fifteenth Minnesota during the Spanish-American war in which
several Worthington people were enlisted. He particularly remembered Dr.
Edwin Dolan, who was a captain, Loren Town and Henry Twitchell. The first
two are now deceased.
Milton Dickinson, who was arrested a couple of weeks ago for breaking
open the cash box in the Worthington Hotel, plead guilty before Judge Brown
Wednesday afternoon and was sentenced to the State Training School for boys
and girls at Red Wing. He gave his age to the Judge as 14. He said that his
mother was dead and that his father was a traveling man and had placed him
in care of a brother but they could not agree so he ran away.
Manly P. Thornton was in Ellsworth last week on business.
A. Nazarenus transacted business in Brewster and vicinity, Tuesday.
Mrs. Ludlow of Rushmore, visited in Worthington between trains Tuesday.
Professer Oakes, of Rushmore, was transacting business in the city
D. Reynolds, of Bigelow, was a business visitor in Worthington Friday
M.G. Hurd has sold his pacing horse Mike, to W.F. Schilling, of
Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Henry, of Sioux City, were visiting in the city
Thursday of last week.
Master Edward Doden went to Brewster Monday for a visit with friends and
Miss Peterson left Thursday for an extended visit with relatives and old
friends at Sibley, Iowa.
Mrs. Cowing, of Jackson, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A.R. Albertus
Piano Tuner Gregory, of Adrian, was in the city on professional business
the first of the week.
Tony Malmquist and sister, Clara, of Rushmore, were visiting with friends
in Worthington Saturday.
John Lewis Laughlin, one of the newspaper contest managers, was in the
city Sunday calling on friends.
John McCord, of Adrian, was in the city the latter part of last week. He
left on Friday for Los Angeles, Calif.
Mrs. Wm. Burchard entertained friends at a quilting bee Saturday
afternoon. Refreshments were served.
Earl Barklew, who has been making Alton, Iowa, his home came up last week
for a visit with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Peters, of Jasper, spent a few hours in the city with friends last
week. She went from here to LeMars to visit with relatives.
Mrs. Grace Ager and children, who have been visiting with Mrs. Wilson
Ager, departed Friday for her home at Los Angeles, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Nelson left Saturday for the Twin Cities to buy new
fixtures for their restaurant and incidentally take in the sights.
Miss Nellie Johnson, who has been teaching in the Moberly district, left
last Saturday for Minneapolis, where she will take up the dressmaking
D. Bixby, one of the employees at the Omaha shops, left today for a
week's visit at his old home in Liscomb, Iowa. He was accompanied by his
wife and two children.
H.E. Spencer, one of the efficient clerks in the Herbert drug store, is
taking a couple of weeks' vacation and is spending the time taking in the
sights in the Twin Cities.
Mrs. Richard Shultz entertained a number of friends last Saturday
evening, the occasion being her birthday. Refreshments were served and an
excellent time enjoyed by all.
Frank Anderson, of St. Paul, was in the city Wednesday looking after a
location for a restaurant, but found the town well supplied in that line.
Worthington has the best class restaurants in Southern Minnesota.
Mrs. H.G. Hance, a sister of G.W. Hamilton, who has been visiting in the
city the past few days, departed this morning for Lamberton, Minn. She will
visit there a short time before going to her home at Mason City, Iowa.
A very pretty home wedding occurred at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Carney, four miles east of Bigelow, Wednesday evening, April 20, at six
o'clock. The bride was Miss Edna, their oldest daughter, and the groom Fred
Griep, of Movile, Iowa. The wedding was strictly private, only the most
intimate friends being present. The young couple will make their home on the
groom's farm in Iowa.
H.D. Barnard was in the city the first of the week on business.
Mads Jabson was over from Reading transacting business Monday.
R.F. Jenkins, of Ocheyedan, was a Worthington caller Wednesday.
E. Kenneth, of Chicago, was looking after business interests in this
section last week.
W.F. Weaver, of Reading, was a very pleasant caller at the Globe office
C.C. Benns, of Magnolia, was transacting business in town the first of
Miss Rose Hand, of Bigelow, was visiting friends in the city the first of
Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Krause, of Bigelow, were visiting in the city
O.T. Vellman, of Sheldon, Ia., was a caller on business in town the first
of the week.
W.J. McLean, of Rock Valley, Iowa, was transacting business in
Mrs. H.H. Bassett and daughters of Rushmore were visiting relatives in
the city Wednesday.
Miss Freda Lees, who is attending school here, went to her home in
Brewster to spend Sunday.
Mrs. John Wagner and daughter, Miss Minnie, of Bigelow, were Worthington
R.T. Bethel of Clarion, Iowa, left Tuesday for his home, after a few
days' visit with C.J. Williamson.
Mrs. J.S. Frink returned from Luverne, where she has been for the past
six weeks, visiting with her mother.
Mrs. J.O. Scott, of Round Lake, was visiting in the city Saturday. She
went to St. Paul for a month's visit.
A. Nazarenus will leave in a short time for a visit to his old home in
Germany. He will be absent for a few months.
Mrs. F.W. Greene and baby, who have been visiting with friends in the
city, departed on Saturday for their home in St. James.
A. Sullwold, the Chiropractor, is back from school and will occupy Dr.
Geyerman's former offices. Patients can call at any time now.
I.F. Kelley, the Buick automobile man, has sold two machines the past
week. Verily, Worthington people know good machines when they see them.
N.J. Reynolds, of Bigelow, was in the city Friday saying goodbye to old
friends. He was on his way to Seattle, Wash., where he will reside in the
Messrs John Olson and Godfred Schugren, who were here to attend the
Nelson-Blomgren wedding, departed Saturday last for Beresford, North Dakota.
J.H. Peterson, of Worthington, and crew of three are at work building a
house 24x26, 10 ft. posts for L. Birch, Ed. Jansen built the barn during the
month of March. --Round Lake Graphic.
Mrs. Hans Hendrickson, who has been in the city visiting her mother, Mrs.
R.E. Smith, departed Thursday morning for her home in Artdale, Wis. She was
accompanied by Mrs. H.A. Bassett.
Mirom Allen, of Watertown, S.D., spent a few days last week under the
parental roof. Miron was formerly an engineer at the power plant, and is now
engaged in the electrical business at Worthington.
From our Vast Army of Correspondents.
J.B. Ludlow visited at Sioux City the first of the week.
Dr. Gould of Worthington was in town Saturday on business.
Fred Jinn and Miss Krakow attended the dance at Adrian Friday night.
W.H. Christensen went to St. Paul Monday night with a load of stock.
Miss Elsie Boyce visited at her home in Adrian from Friday until Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. B. Owens, a ten pound boy, Monday. All are doing
Mrs. P.H. Ackerman, from near Reading, visited over Sunday at the home of
Miss Lillian Wemple has resigned her position at the drug store and Miss
Addie Rowe has taken her place.
Rev. A.H. Thuran left for Chanceler S.D., to attend the Presbytery of
George, of which he is a member.
Miss Freda Green, who has been clerking in Prideaux's store the past
month, returned to her home at Little Rock Friday.
Miss Maud Anderson, of Adrian, who has been visiting at the home of John
Black the past week, returned to her home Friday.
Mr. James Baird was taken suddenly sick Monday with a stroke of
paralysis. At the present writing he is not much improved.
A very pleasant surprise party was given at the home of W.R. McLeod on
Tuesday night. Everybody present report a good time.
Mrs. Hans Henderson returned from Worthington Thursday where she has been
the past week visiting with her sisters Mrs. R. Smith.
Miss Mabel James returned Friday from her home at Little Rock and has
again taken up her duties at the store, after a month's vacation.
Miss Alida Bedford, who has been visiting friends at St. Paul and
Minneapolis, returned Saturday morning and has again taken up her duties in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson left Friday for a visit with relatives and
friends at Benwrick, Iowa. From there they expect to visit some of the
western states and if they find a place suitable they expect to move there
and make it their home.
Mrs. Groaniga is very slow in gaining strength since her recent illness.
Miss Mildred Johnson accompanied her Grandpa King to Bigelow, Friday
Mr. H. Bjornstad was in Worthington last Sunday to see his wife and son,
who are at the Humiston hospital.
Victor Anderson made a short visit in Haywarden, Ia., this week. It seems
to be quite an attractive place for him.
The sudden change of weather was too much of a shock for Mrs. King, as
she was in bed several days the first of the week.
Miss Mabel King came home Friday night to spend the summer vacation,
after having finished a seven month's term of School in Dist. 83.
Miss Grace Mann has been teaching six days a week the last couple of
weeks in order to make up lost time. Her school will be out the 29th of
Mrs. O.F. Johnson and little son, Myron, returned to Bigelow the last of
the week, after a short visit with relatives in Worthington and Org.
Walter Schweiger, of Springfield, was killed by a cave-in of a ditch last
Editor R.B. Russel, of the Hayfield Guard, is dead as the result of
burns. He tried to start a fire with kerosene and the can exploded with
fatal results. He was formerly of Howard Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. James Madison Bryan, formerly old residents of this county,
are dead. Mr. Bryan died at Kanawho, Iowa, and Mrs. Bryan at Rockford, Iowa.
There was only a few hours difference in the time of their deaths.
Edward Hanson, residing at Lismore, will build a new house there this
spring. Fred Hasseman is building a barn and will erect a house as soon as
the lumber arrives. The town is also doing a great deal in the cement
Miss Anna Hauenstein is reported on the sick list this week.
F.L. Keith was doing some papering for Ben Reemts Monday.
Mrs. J.R. Pettis spent last Monday night at the home of E. Bowersocks.
O.H. Hawkins brought in a nice veal for our butcher the first of the
Wm. J. Klessig was out with the mail last Tuesday, acting as relief for
Harm Rust is in the country part of this week, helping A.I. Standifer in
the construction of some wire fence.
Joe Hendrix spent Sunday in Worthington. Wonder what it is that attracts
him down there so much of late?
Mr. and Mrs. S.H. McMaster visited friends in Fulda Tuesday.
Mrs. C.E. Harding, and daughter, Miss Grace, were Fulda visitors
Miss Lila Norman and Mrs. Rice, of Fulda, visited our primary teacher,
Miss Myrtle Lindquist.
A number of Kinbrae people attended the funeral of Mrs. O.E. Randall at
Mr. Johnson, of Fulda, was in Kinbrae last Wednesday doing some repair
work on Mr. Davis' automobile.
Recent Deals in Dirt.
August B. Johning to Albert Johning, se 1/4 of sec 25, twp 104.
Elizabeth J. Tupper to Wm B. Vail and H.C. Henny, se 1/4 of sec 22, twp
103. Consideration $7,760.
Charles F. Martin to Geo. T. Stinson, 80 acres in twp 102. Consideration
H.G. Williams to Christ Zimmerman, lot 1, block 15, east addition to City
of Worthington. Con. $100.
Christ Zimmerman to Sanna Engstrom, lot 2, block 15, City of Worthington.
James S. Ramage to G.W. Patterson, se 1/4 of sec 35, twp 103. Con.
Clarance Sherratt to Peter B. Scholtes, S.E. 1/4 of sec 20, twp 101 range
20. Con. $12,400.
Frank K.J. Johnson to Thos F. Haggerty, se 1/4 of sec 7, twp 102, range
41. Con. $12,000.
I.F. Kelly to Ned Jones, se 1/4 of sec 33, twp 102, range 39. Con.
Peter B. Scholtes to Anthony Thompson se 1/4 of sec 20, twp 101, range
42. Con. $12,560.
Thursday, April 28, 1910
Four Pair of Twins In One School Room
Through the courtesy of the Blume Studio, we are
enabled to give our readers the picture of four pair of twins going to our
schools in the same class. They are in the first grade. Miss Brooks is their
Mrs. Margaret Carey, one of the early settlers of Nobles county, died at
her home three miles east of Ellsworth, Monday, April 19th. She was about
seventy-five years old.
J.F. Ulrich has sold his Overland car, model 38, to A.E. Hart.
William Seitsman, of Ellsworth, was transacting business in this city
Mrs. Richard Long, of Adrian, was a Worthington visitor Tuesday of this
C.C. Cleghorn, of Marcus Iowa, was transacting business in the city
L.E. Heath, of Jenkins, Minn., was a Worthington visitor the first of the
Miss Bedford was over from Rushmore visiting friends the latter part of
Jesse Black was over from the capital of Rock county on business the
first of the week.
Mrs. A.E. Yerke, of Bigelow, came up Saturday for a short visit and to do
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Frederickson, of Emmetsburg, Iowa, were visiting in
the city this week.
H.A. Goodrich, of Burville, Neb., who has been visiting relatives here,
returned home last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Malenke, drove over from Fulda one day this week for a
short visit with friends.
Rev. G.A. Cahoon is in Minneapolis this week in attendance at the
Laymen's Missionary Convention.
Mrs. A.O. Wensberg is nursing a sore finger, blood-poison having set in,
the result of a cut two weeks ago.
H.C. Bell, of Dodge Center, was in the city last Saturday. He was here
looking over the school proposition.
Mrs. W.I. Carpenter made a trip to Sioux Falls the latter part of the
week for a visit with friends and relatives.
Mrs. John Hammond left Wednesday for Hartford, S.D., where she will spend
two weeks visiting with relatives.
William Pipenstock, of Wayne, Neb., was in the city this week. He has
land interests in the neighborhood of Reading.
Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Irwin, of Puckwanna, S.D., were in the city this week,
the guests of M.C. Carr and family.
Mrs. A. Sullwold returned from Sioux Falls Monday, where she has been
visiting with relatives for the past five weeks.
Messrs. W.S. Ward and T.D. Dunn, of Derbyshire, England, arrived in the
city last week and will make this county their future home.
Ralph Darling came down from St. Paul last week for a visit with home
folks. He went to Sibley Saturday for an over Sunday visit.
Mrs. A.M. Williams, of Wilmont, was the guest of Mrs. P.A. O'Connor,
Monday. She left Monday evening for a few day's visit with relatives in Rock
H.O. Leistico departed Monday for his home in Stewart, Minn., after a
visit with relatives and old friends in this city and vicinity. Mr. Leistico
is a merchant tailor there.
A. Nazarenus left Tuesday morning over the Rock Island for New York. From
there he will go to Hamburg, Germany, for a couple of month's visit with
relatives and old friends. He has a brother living there and it is about
thirty years since they have seen each other.
Mrs. L.M. Austin went to Org Wednesday for a short visit.
Mrs. J.C. Oliver, of Fulda, was the guest of Mrs. A.H. Bedient over
F.H. Fitz, of Luverne, was among the visitors to this city the first of the week.
George Fulweiler, one of the genial citizens of Round Lake, was in the
city last week.
Stuart Sawyer, one of the Globe's job printers, spent Sunday at his home
in Hull, Iowa.
Mrs. Ed. Leicher, of Luverne, was a guest at the home of J.S. Frink the
first of the week.
W. Dinkman, of Round Lake, was transacting business in Worthington one
day this week.
Will Hill, formerly a cigar maker in this city, was visiting old
acquaintances the first of the week.
Mrs. I.N. Wilson left Thursday for Hatfield where she will visit
relatives and friends a few days.
Mrs. David Beers, of Luverne, is visiting in the city, the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. J.S. Frink.
Adolph Herman, of Sheldon, Iowa, was the guest of Worthington relatives
the latter part of last week.
O.H. Hinds, of LeMars, Iowa, was here Monday looking over some Nobles
county land with M.P. Mann.
Wesly Rippberger has taken up a claim of 160 acres near White Owl, S.D.,
and 55 miles from Rapid City.
Hardo Nels and family arrived in the city Wednesday from Norway and will
make this county their home.
H.C. Bell, a stock buyer residing at Dodge Center, Minn., was transacting
business in town the first of the week.
Frank Pepple and little son, of Bemidji, visited in the city with
relatives this week. He is in the drug business there.
Clifford Loveless, of Minneapolis, was in the city on business and
incidentally shaking hands with old friends last week.
Tom Hayes, one of Wilmont's stock buyers, was in the city Monday. He was
on his way home from Sioux City and other points in Iowa.
Jacob Brenkman, of Reading and an old pioneer of Nobles county, was in
the city Thursday. He left for Sibley, Ia., for a visit with relatives.
Mrs. A. Amondson and two daughters departed Thursday morning for a visit
to the twin cities. From there she will go to La Crosse and other Wisconsin
points. She expects to be absent about two months.
J.W. Hankifs, expects to leave in a short time for Newport, Nebraska,
where he will make his future home. He has 280 acres of alfalfa land near
there and will erect a complete set of farm buildings. He says the flowing
wells can be got at a distance of from 40 to 50 feet and of the very best
soft water. There is more raised in the vicinity and shipped from Newport
than any other point in the United States.
Rufus Austin, of Adrian, came over on business last Thursday.
Mrs. A.N. Wetherell went to Wilmont, Wednesday, for a visit with friends.
Frank Mitchell, of Brewster, visited over Sunday in this city with his
Mrs. James Kain left Wednesday for Bigelow, where she will visit with
Miss Lottie Bedient returned from a visit with relatives at Lake City,
Minn. last week.
Mrs. A.E. Goodrich went to St. James Friday for a few days' visit with
E.L. Heller, of Sibley, Ia., was in the city this week confering with our
real estate men.
John Cary, one of Ellsworth's prominent citizens, was a Worthington
visitor on Thursday.
H. Peter Lewis, one of Wilmont's prosperous merchants, was in this city
on business Friday last.
Mrs. Francis Anderson, of Sioux Falls, was visiting with friends and
relatives in the city this week.
James Gibsen, a former business man of Worthington was renewing
acquaintances in town this week.
Rev. Carleton was unable to occupy the pulpit at the Methodist church
Sunday on account of illness.
Misses Gladys Carlson and Lottie Bedient went to St. James Monday for a
short visit with friends.
W.W. Milbrath, an employee of the Fairmont Creamery Co. in this city,
visited over Sunday in Winnebago.
M.P. Mann went to Mankato Tuesday morning to attend the United States
district court as a petit juror.
W.F. Weaver, one of the prosperous farmers from near Reading, was a
pleasant call at this office Wednesday.
Mrs. Strub, who has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Nellie White,
returned to her home at Sioux Falls Monday.
A vicious dog killed Buddy Arbes pet rabbit last week, but Buddy does not
allow a trifle like that to break his heart.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mason who have been visiting with friends and
relatives in this vicinity, left Monday for their home in St. Paul.
Mrs. M.A. Remore, who has been visiting at the home of Frank Eggleston
returned last Saturday to her home in Spring Valley, Minn.
Mrs. Frank Densmore and two children, of Sibley, were visiting friends in
Worthington, Wednesday. They left today for a visit with relatives in
We understand that Theodore Jacobson, residing near this city, was very
severely injured in a wreck near Clinton, Iowa, the latter part of last
week. We are unable to learn any particulars.
The following were confirmed at the German Lutheran church in Brewster
last Sunday: Henry and Herman Burchard, Otto Bishoff, Willie Gilomen, Arthur
Baumgard, Henry Tomford, Bertha and Louis Pinz, Laura Meire, Annie Leitz and
Augusta Mauken [Manken?].
Gilbert Knutson, of Luverne, was in town Thursday of last week.
Mrs. A.H. Patterson returned home Tuesday morning from a visit at LeMars.
Mrs. L.L. Larson arrived in the city Saturday for a visit with relatives
Geo. Mosely, of Hanover, Ill., made Worthington a visit the latter part
of last week.
Dr. Gould, the veterinary surgeon, went to Adrian on professional
John Young, of Tracy, Minn., was in the city and vicinity looking after
his land interests.
Mrs. F.A. Baker, of Magnolia, was visiting Worthington friends and
relatives last week.
A.M. Renner, of the Western Implement Co., was in Heron Lake on business
Editor Mattison, of the Rushmore Enterprise, was in Worthington between
Ed Loberg [Moberg?], of Lismore, was in the city Thursday on business. He
is the assessor for that town.
Mrs. Veltum, of St. Paul, returned to her home Friday, after a visit to
her mother, Mrs. A.E. Goodrich.
Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Grout, of Luverne, were the guests of friends in the
city the latter part of last week.
Miss Clara Rocksein went to Iona Thursday morning for a visit with her
uncle, John Rathlisberger and family.
Dr. and Mrs. J.T. Smallwood arrived in the city Sunday from St. Paul, and
are now at the home to their old friends.
Last week Sheriff Fauskee took Milton Dickson to Red Wing, where he was
placed in the training school for boys and girls.
G.s. Smith, of Rush City, was among the people from out of town that was
looking over the prospects of Worthington this week.
John A. Saxon took his new Buick out home Tuesday. He looked like the
happiest man in Indian Lake township. It was purchased of I.F. Kelley.
Elmer Karsten and R.J. Peterson left Wednesday for Aberdeen, S.D., where
they worked building elevators in that vicinity. Elmer will have charge of a
C.L. Todd, of Slayton, was in the city Tuesday looking after Dinehart's
interest in the coming campaign. We acknowledge a pleasant call from the
We are in receipt of a letter from John H. Scott, a former resident of
this vicinity, but now of Modesto, California. He states that all the people
from this section are well and prospering. The first alfalfa crop has been
cut and goes nearly two tons to the acre. He says that since he has been out
there that he has not had a twinge of rheumatism.
Mrs. Wm. Burchard was visiting friends at Brewster the past week.
Fred Smith is home from Missoula, Mont., where he has been railroading.
Miss Clara Ackerman, of Round Lake visited with friends in the city
M.C. Wyatt of Bigelow, was up to the county capitol on business today.
Rev. and Mrs. G.G. Schmid went to Wilder, Minn., for a short visit
Clyde Tripp was in Worthington on business this week. He is from Round
Miss Elfrieda Karstens, of Wilmont, was visiting with Worthington friends
Henry Ehllers came up from Tekamah, Nebraska, Monday for a visit with
Mrs. F.D. Everett, of Ash Creek, made a short visit at the J.D. Everett
home this week.
M. Chandler, one of the enterprising business men of Slayton, was in the
city Friday last.
Dr. Sullwold returned from Sheldon, Ia., Thursday, where he had been on
John S. Johnson, president of the First National Bank at Fulda, was in
the city on business Friday.
Mrs. Reynolds, of Bigelow, was among the visitors from that place to
Worthington last Saturday.
Mrs. Effie Dodge and Miss Marie Schaeffer, of Adrian, were calling on
Worthington friends last Friday.
Miss Emma Herman, of Sheldon Iowa, visited last week with her sister,
Mrs. Joe Nazarenus, in this city.
Miss Mary Fitch departed this week for Edgemont, S. D., where she will
reside upon her claim near there.
D. J. Patterson came over from Adrian Thursday to transact business and
shake hands with old friends.
W. W. Turnbull, of Sibley, was up Monday with two Osceola county farmers
looking at land in this vicinity.
Mrs. Ira P. Fox and daughter, Helen, arrived in the city Wednesday from
Verd, and will visit with Mrs. George Wilson.
Mrs. D. Mason, who has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. John Locke,
departed Monday for her home in Ellsworth, Wis.
Herman Krause, residing in Blue Earth county, last week sold a hog
weighing 740 pounds. He received $67.20 for it.
Dr. P. Geyerman arrived in the city Tuesday for a visit with old time
friends. He is now located at Hot Springs, S.D.
G.B. McMurty, the life insurance man, went to Fairmont Saturday for a few
days' visit and also to transact business.
Mrs. Geo. Chandler, who has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Manly
P. Thornton, returned to her home at Austin, Minn., last Friday.
George Bedient, night foreman of round house at Sioux Falls, was in the
city Monday visiting his family. He expects to move them to Sioux Falls in
the near future.
George Goodell, who has been employed as lineman at the local telephone
exchange, left Tuesday for Duluth, where he has accepted a position with a
S.C. Cummings, of Elk Point, S.D., was a Worthington caller last week.
Mr. Cummings is superintendent of schools at that place and was looking over
the situation for the coming year. He is an applicant for the
superintendency of the Worthington schools.
From our Vast Army of Correspondents.
Arnie Oren visited at his home in Adrian over Sunday.
Olga Ludkle is visiting this week at Little Rock, Iowa.
Mrs. E.S. Wemple visited friends at Worthington Monday.
Dr. Thompson of Adrian, was in town on business Thursday.
Henry Nelson visited between trains at Worthington Friday.
John McCord went to Sioux Falls Saturday and took in the sights.
Tommie Scott and Eddie Wemple visited at Worthington Saturday.
Karl Kent Smith spend Sunday with relatives and friends at Worthington.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hawkins and family of Reading, visited at the home of
E.P. Herman Sunday.
Mrs. J.A. Dahlberg returned from St. Paul Monday where she has been
visiting for some time.
A baby boy came to gladden the home of A.M. Feathers Friday morning. All
are doing well.
John James came up from Worthington Friday, and is doing some fencing on
his farm east of town.
George Herman returned Sunday morning from Sioux City, where he had been
on the jury for a few days.
H.A. Nelson returned to Sacred Heart Saturday morning, after a few days'
visit with relatives and friends.
J.H. Ludlow returned from Sioux City Saturday morning, where he had been
attending to business matters.
Miss Lillian Thom who is attending school at Mankato, returned Thursday
after a week's visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Clark returned Sunday from near Little Rock, where they
have been visiting Fred T__ers the past week.
Miss Lizzie Sullivan returned to her home at Britt, Iowa, after a three
months visit with her sister, Mrs. Charley Schroeder. Mrs. Schroeder
accompanied her as far as Worthington.
Mrs. J.L. Dickerson and daughter, Elsie, arrived Sunday morning from
Omaha, where they had been consulting an eye specialist in regard to Elsie's
eyes. The Dickersons live at Presha, S.D. and their many friends will be
glad to know they are doing well in their new home.
Patrick Herbert an old and respected citizen died at his home Friday
April 18th, at the age of 91 years. Patrick Herbert was born in Ireland in
1819 and when quite young he emigrated to Canada and later came to the
United States, living for number of years in Illinois, where he was married
to Miss Margaret Talen. From there he moved to Cherokee county, Iowa. Here
his wife died in 1897. Since then he has made his home with his son, John.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert were the parents of twelve children, seven of whom are
living. The children are John, Charley, William and Nora of this place.
Thomas and Edward of Marcus, Iowa, Mrs. Flanagan of Artesian S.D., and Mrs.
Gearn of Marcus. The remains were taken to Marcus st and layed to rest
beside his wife on Sunday. The bereaved family have a large circle of
friends who extend sincere sympathy to them in their hour of sorrow.
A party was given at the Fred Mohr Jr. home Saturday night.
Rosco Smith, of Reading, was visiting with friends in Elk Sunday.
Ben Johnson transacted business at the county seat Thursday and Friday.
Mable and Elmer Soderholm attended a reception at the Blomgren home near
Bigelow, Wednesday evening.
Mr. J.O. Soderholm returned from Rockford, Ill., last Saturday. He
reprots his brother very much improved in health.
The Misses Dorothy Ryan and Pearl Hawkins each closed a successful term
of school in the Calvin and Cruit districts Friday. On Saturday the two
schools united and had a picnic in the Nelson Scott grove.
Mrs. John Nimmerfrou was a Fulda visitor Friday.
Mrs. F.E. Ridgeway visited friends in Jackson, Monday.
F.D. Lindquist, of Fulda, was a Kinbrae caller Monday evening.
Mrs. Swanson, who has been very sick the past week is now quite well
Miss Nan Fredrickson left Saturday for the twin cities where she expects
to stay for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Paulson, went to Fulda Thursday, where Mrs. Paulson
had some dental work done.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Paulson left Saturday morning for Odebolt, Iowa,
where Mr. Paulson has a brother who is seriously ill.
Mrs. P. Judge, who has been visiting her niece Mrs. Burgess Jones,
returned to her home in South Dakota this week.
Miss Anna Sentag who has been visiting her parents near town returned to
resume her work in the central office at Fulda.
Mrs. Joe Haberman and Mrs. Christ Anderson spent Thursday in Miloma,
visiting with the former's son, Mr. Roy Haberman.
Miss Myrtle Lindquist was a passenger to Fulda Friday evening, to visit
home folks, returning on the early morning train Monday.
The funeral of Mr. Pat Larkin, the aged father of Mrs. Henry Holmes, and
an old resident of this county, was held Thursday.
Fulda visitors Saturday -- Mrs. H.F. Smith and daughter, Birdie, Mrs.
Frank Wilson Sr. and the Misses Lottie and Hazel Wilcox.
Othie Gunderson, of Brewster, who attended school here last winter came
up for the examinations this week. Julius Leopold, also came over from Heron
Lake where he is attending parochial school.
Miss Margaret Fury, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fury, of Kinbrae,
and Mrs. Louis Langer, youngest son of Mrs. Josephine Langer, also of
Kinbrae, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, on Tuesday April 19th,
in the Catholic church at Dundee. The ceremony, which was performed at high
mass, by Rev. Father Jeagen took place at 10 o'clock a.m. The bride was
dressed in white messaline silk and was attended by Miss Eda Hoberman, and
the groom by Mr. Will Fury, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a
reception was given at twelve o'clock at the home of the bride's parents,
for the relatives and in the evening a dance was given in the Kinbrae hall
for the many friends of the happy couple. A large number were present and
the occasion an enjoyable one for all. The bride and groom are well known
throughout the community and have many friends who join in wishing them many
happy years of wedded bless [bliss?]. They will begin house keeping at once
on the groom's farm near Kinbrae.
Miss Rose Hand is home on a visit.
Emma Ruprecht was in Worthington last Sunday.
Mrs. Gurtin was home visiting her parents over Sunday.
Henry Horstman made his weekly visit to Bigelow on Sunday.
Harry Ruprecht was a Sibley visitor between trains last week.
Friday evening Everett Wyatt entertained his friends at his home.
Martin Davids came over from Allendorf on Tuesday of this week.
Nelson Beaudette of Sheldon, was tuning five or six of our pianos this
Paul Salstrom was in Worthington between trains on Saturday of last week.
Lenora Klessig was shopping at Worthington between trains on Saturday.
Miss Verna Driscall came up from near Melvin where she is teaching school
and returned to her duties on Sunday.
Jess Cross' nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cross, left for Mankato last
Miss Ella Horstmon of Sibley, was the guest of Winnie Gray on Sunday of
Miss Annabel Ruprecht is in the cities this week attending grand opera
and ball games.
Mrs. J.E. Salstrom left Thursday night in company with her mother, Mrs.
Biltgen, for Minneapolis.
Mrs. W. Reynolds, Margaret Bird and Mrs. A. Yeske were shopping at
Worthington on Saturday.
Walter Clayton returned to his home in Sibley on Sunday, after a visit
with Mr. Carney east of town.
Pauline Ruprecht made her weekly trip to Sibley and Worthington in which
places she has large classes of music pupils.
Mr. L.R. Shaw returned home to his family in this village after finishing
a successful term of school in South Dakota.
Jessie Cain, who is employed in a millinery store near Omaha, came home
unexpectedly Sunday noon. She returned to her work Monday night.
Mrs. Austin and son, Leroy, went to Worthington last Tuesday visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stevens of that city. Mr. Austin joined his wife on
Saturday and they returned me that afternoon.
Mrs. E.E. Stover, accompanied by her two little girls, Katherine and
Helen, and by her sister, Miss Crosby, arrived here from Northfield on
Monday of this week after having interred the remains of her husband, Dr.
E.E. Stover at Northfield.
In Justice Court
On complain of Chief of Police Duel, Ivan Anderson was arrested on the
charge of intoxication and brought before Judge Dow April 23.
The defendant being too intoxicated to understand the nature of the
proceedings against him, was remanded to the custody of the sheriff of the
county, to be kept until he should be required to appear before the court
for trial. On April 25th he was brought before the court and entered a plea
of guilty and was fined $5.00 and costs, amounting in all to $11.70, which
he paid and was discharged.
From our Vast Army of Correspondents.
Hermon Myers, of Iowa, is back again this summer tiling for Langseth
P.H. Nystrom and family visited relatives at Wilmont from Saturday until
Miss Nellie Erickson returned last Thursday from a three week's visit at
Blixt Bros. sold one of their farm teams last Saturday receiving the fine
sum of $400.
Langseth Bros are having a well drilled. John James of Worthington is
doing the work.
Mrs. Oliver Thompson left last Thursday for a few days visit with her
daughter Mrs. Nystrom at Worthington.
The many friends of Mrs. Ole Nystrom are pleased to learn that she has
successfully undergone a serious operation at Worthington.
Ole Fauskee has a crew of men tiling. Mr. Fauskee is a great believer in
tile drainage and expects to thoroughly drain his farm this summer.
Chas. Piscater, of Iowa, is hauling cement tile from Worthington. He has
a crew of four men tiling and speaks very favorable of the Worthington
Sheriff Fauskee was here on business last Friday.
Mr. James Baird was marketing a beef here Wednesday.
T.A. Palmer was in our vicinity this week talking piano.
Mr. John Ronan was here Tuesday and Wednesday visiting his brother.
F.L. Reese and wife are the proud possessors of a fine new boy who took
up his abode with them May 21st.
Billy Sisterman spent Sunday at Ellsworth "on business." He is enjoying a
visit with his brother at the present time.
R.C. Free is doing some repairing on his cottage this week. It is about
time our new neighbors were getting moved in.
We are sorry to report that Miss Anna Hauenstein is suffering from an
attack of appendicitis, and is now in the hospital at Worthington.
Messrs. J.O. and Carl Soderholm returned from their Illinois trip the
last of last week. They report their relative not much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. John Baird made a trip to Rushmore last Thursday to visit
Mr. Baird's father who is suffering from a stroke of paralysis.
Mr. William Heckert is busy these days getting things in shape to move.
He expects to leave for Wyoming the last of this week or the first of next.
The three B's Messrs G.F. Bulick, Jas. Baird and H.D. Barnard attended
the Odd Fellows Anniversary program held at Worthington last Tuesday, April
'Tis reported that Godward Klessig has sold his interests in the
blacksmith shop here However we have not learned the particulars nor can we
verify this statement.
C.A. Lutner is now a full fledged member of the Farmer's Mutual Telephone
Company. We suppose he will soon keep his neighbors busy night and day,
answering his calls.
George Ahlberg sprung a new deal (for him) on the people of Reading, last
week, by going to Minneapolis and getting married. We all join in wishing
them the best of happiness through life.
George Klessig has traded his town property consisting of residence and
livery barn to Mr. James Chapman for an 80 acre farm located south of
Superior, Iowa. George expects to continue the mail route the rest of the
year. Mr. Chapman has taken charge of the livery and dray business.
Mrs. Rabenberg was a Worthington passenger, Monday.
George King purchased a horse from John Erickson last Saturday.
August Larson attended militia Inspection in Worthington last week.
Henry Pfiel sold a fine team of three year old horses to Will Anderson
the other day.
Mrs. Bjornstad and baby came home last Monday, after a two weeks stay at
Mrs. James T. Heller and three children were Worthington passengers last
George Rabenberg is home again from St. James where he has been engaged
at the carpenter work.
John Riss had the misfortune of having his house burned last week. They
saved about all of the furniture.
Victor Anderson made a trip to Sheldon Saturday for the purpose of
obtaining repairs for his auto which froze up Friday night.
Will Anderson, A.J. Lemke, P.C. Anderson, Victor Anderson and George King
sold some valuable horses to a Worthington horse buyer last week.
Several cases of dyptheria have developed in the Paul Jamison family
southeast of here. They were placed under quarantine last Sunday. It is
hoped that they will soon be out of danger again. A trained nurse and Dr.
Humiston are caring for them.