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Thursday, August 4, 1910

VICTOR ANDERSON DEAD One of Nobles County's Most Prominent Men Crosses the Great Divide.
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People mentioned in this article: Annie Peterson, d:1908; Mabel (Anderson) Pannell, Drinkwater, Canada; Ida (Anderson) Newman; Ralph Anderson, Worthington; Bessie Anderson, Worthington.

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A little son came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. K.V. Mitchell on Tuesday morning, Aug. 2nd. K.V. says that he is going to be a great base ball player, although he won't be able to play for some time. He has got the "rooting" part of the game down fine.

Mrs. Wetmore, who has been the guest of Mrs. A.A. Goodrich, left this morning for her home in St. James.

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Miss Nettie Hoskins, of Adrian, was visiting with friends Friday.

T.A. Palmer and family drove to Round Lake Monday and called on friends.

Miss Margaret McCall, of Brewster, was the guest of Worthington friends this week.

P.H. Brown, of Hartford, South Dakota, was a Worthington visitor on business this week.

Mrs. Donavan, who has been the guest of her son, John, left for her home at Slayton Monday.

Miss Alice Ford left Saturday morning for Estherville, Iowa, where she will visit with relatives for a time.

Miss Black returned to her home in Rushmore Saturday, after having spent a few days with relatives in this city.

Miss Laura Duster arrived in the city Friday from Remsen, Iowa, and is the guest of Miss Winnifred O'Connor.

W.M. Cline, the Adrian liveryman, was calling on friends and transacting business in town the latter part of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. S. White arrived in the city Sunday from Iowa, and will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon White.

Messrs. F.A. Richards, of Sloan, Iowa, and T.S. Hook, of Whiting, Iowa, were looking after land in this vicinity Thursday.

Mrs. Etta Barnard, of Little Rock, Iowa, was visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.N. Wilson, in the city the latter part of last week.

A.S. Firth returned last Thursday from a two months visit at New York and other points in the east. He reports having had an enjoyable time.

Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Jorgenson and family and Miss Martina Jorgenson, who have been visiting with relatives in this vicinity, departed Monday for Hood River, Oregon.

Miss Pearl Luehrs left Friday for a visit at the twin cities.

John Peters, of Perry, Iowa, was in Worthington on business Thursday last.

Eddie Heinz of Brewster came down Saturday to visit over Sunday with relatives.

Miss Sophia Hendricks, of Kinbrae, was visiting with Worthington friends Friday.

J.F. Dolan, of Windom, was calling on acquaintances in town the first of the week.

C.W. Ackerman, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, was looking at land in this section Friday.

W.A. McFadden, of Fulda, was shaking hands with acquaintances in town Monday.

Chas. Hayden, of Utica, Minn., is visiting in the city, the guest of relatives and friends.

Miss Berniece Wallace, of Mankato, came to Worthington Saturday for a visit with friends.

Miss Nettie Arens, of Dundee, is visiting in the city, the guest of Miss Winnie O'Connor.

C.C. Benns, was visiting with Windom people the latter part of last week and the first of this.

Mrs. Clement and son, of Omaha, are visiting in the city, the guests of her brother, Dan Shell.

C.M. Johnson left Saturday morning for a few days' visit with relatives at River Falls, Wisconsin.

Joseph Cowin, the genial postmaster at Adrian, was in the city Saturday renewing acquaintances.

Arnold Wilroth, aged eleven years, was killed by lightning at his home near Kanaranzi last week.

Jud Deuel departed Tuesday afternoon for Fort Dodge, Iowa, where he has accepted a position as a cook in a hotel.

Will DeVaney left Sunday morning for Rochester, Minn., where his mother had preceeded him for medical attendance.

William Burchard had the good fortune Sunday to capture a pound and a half pike and a silver bass in Lake Okabena.

Masters Frank and Raphiel Ulving, of Adrian, who have been spending a week in the city, departed for their home Tuesday.

H.W. Steffen and son, Leon, returned the latter part of last week from a ten days' outing and fishing tirp in Wisconsin.

Miss Ivers, of Rushmore, visited friends in Worthington Tuesday. She was on her way to Lewisville, Minn., to visit with relatives.

Paul Cedarwell and Morris Creever, of New York, who have been the guests of William Burchard and family, left Tuesday for Sibley.

Mesdames C.J. and J.S. Richards departed Monday afternoon for St. Joseph, Missouri, where they will spend a month visiting with relatives and friends.

A.P. Sellek, of Redwood Falls, Minn., was in the city looking after business interests the latter part of last week. He informed us that he had closed a deal whereby W.J. Peters had become in possession of his residence in this city.

At a meeting of the Board of Education, Geo. W. Patterson was elected president, W.M. Evans, treasurer, and Gus. Swanberg, clerk. E.V. Voak and J.D. Humiston, were appointed the committee on repairs, and E.W. Goff and W.M. Evans the purchasing committee.

Mrs. J.P. Daley left Saturday for a visit with relatives at Omaha.

Mr. and Mrs. Pfarraghar, of Adrian, were visiting with Worthington friends Monday.

Mrs. Nick Casaretto, of Sibley, was the guest of Worthington relatives over Sunday.

Mrs. C.J. Landgon [Langdon?] departed Saturday for a visit with relatives at Lawler, Iowa.

E.V. Voak went to Windom Tuesday morning on business, returning the same day.

D.A. Stuart, of Windom, was circulating among his many friends in town last Saturday.

J.H. James made a business trip to Valley Springs, South Dakota, Saturday afternoon.

G.B. Hartley, of Little Falls, Minn., was the guest of Worthington friends over Sunday.

Mr. William McKinney left Monday for a visit with relatives and friends at Hospers, Iowa.

Mrs. Bert Hawley departed Saturday for Ledyard, Iowa, where she will visit with her parents.

Mrs. C.R. Bishop and children left Monday morning for a visit with her parents in Fairmont.

H.S. Brown, of Fargo, North Dakota, was among the many landseekers in this section this week.

V.C. Mead, of Luverne, was transacting business in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Peter Thompson left Monday evening for a business trip to Sioux Falls and other South Dakota points.

E.J. Ahlf left Saturday for a few days visit with his parents and other relatives at LeSueur, Minn.

Mrs. William Schroeder went to Jackson the latter part of last week for a visit with relatives.

Mrs. Dumler, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, was the guest of Worthington friends the latter part of last week.

Paddy Tripp returned to Luverne Saturday and is running the engine at the Omaha pumping station.

Robert Freese, who is a member of Julius Palm's carpenter force at Lake Park, was home over Sunday.

Judge Gilmore, of Pipestone, was calling on his many friends in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Mrs. E.H. Canfield, of Luverne, was visiting in the city over Sunday, the guest of her son, A.L., and family.

Dr. Manson has returned from an extended visit in the east, where he has been taking a special course of study.

Miss Carrie McCune went to Windom Saturday for a visit with friends.

Mrs. J.C. Oliver, of Fulda, was visiting in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Miss May Walters, of Luverne, was visiting with Worthington people last Saturday.

Joseph Peterson, of Slayton, was visiting with relatives and friends in Worthington Wednesday.

Frank Brownlie, of Spring Valley, Minn., was transacting business with Worthington people this week.

Miss Goldie Creever arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon and will spend her vacation with her parents.

D.R. Merriman, of Estherville, Iowa, was looking after business interests in this vicinity Tuesday.

W.J. Johnson and E. Berg, of Sibley, were in the vicinity of Worthington Monday looking after land.

E.J. and A. Russells, of Illinois, were looking over Nobles county land Monday with a view of locating.

A.E. Caldwell, of Farmington, one of the former editors of the Globe, was in the city a short time Monday.

Mrs. M.E. Nelson, of Mankato, arrived in the city Saturday for an over Sunday visit with relatives and old friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ehlers are the happy parents of a fourteen pound boy that was born to them on Saturday, July 30th.

John Masterson, of Fort Dodge, Ia., was a Worthington visitor this week. He was looking after land interests in this vicinity.

Albert Hanson, brother and two sisters, of Luverne, visited in the city this week, the guest of E. Williamson and other friends.

James Dobson, of Mountain Lake, was transacting business and visiting with old friends in Worthington the latter part of last week.

W.A. Newhauser and son, R.B., of Normal, Illinois, arrived in the city Monday and are looking after their business interests in this vicinity.

Messrs. and Mesdames F.A. Upcott and W.J. Boyden came up from Ashton, Iowa, in an auto Monday and visited a short time with friends.

Mrs. J.S. Frink returned Monday from a month's visit with relatives at Geneseo, Illinois. She was accompanied home by her cousin Miss Trella Sand.

Last Monday Mrs. James sold her house across the street from the Rock Island depot, and purchased J.S. Harding's house on Main street now occupied by "Bud" Thompson. Mrs. James will store her household goods and about the 15th of this month will leave for a visit with relatives at Dell Rapids and Elkton, South Dakota. Later on she will go south to spend the winter.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Schaffer visited at Rushmore Sunday.

Attorney Tierney, of Fulda, was a Worthington visitor Wednesday.

Miss May Lynch, of Wadena, is visiting with relatives and friends in the city.

Frank Sieve, of Wilmont, was among the business visitors to the county seat Saturday.

Miss Mary Wilson returned Friday from a visit with relatives at Little Rock, Iowa.

Mrs. Grant Morrison and son left this morning for a visit with relatives at Tracy, Minn.

James Hayes came down from Wilmont Saturday, to attend to some business matters.

Dave Anthony left Wednesday for Luverne for a short visit among the tonsorial artists.

Attorney Manley P. Thornton was transacting legal business at Heron Lake a few days this week.

Mrs. Freeman, of Sibley, Iowa, was visiting with Worthington r between trains Wednesday.

George R. Martin, of Bemidji, Minn., was in Worthington a few days this week, visiting with old friends.

Kathryne Bisanz returned home last week from Luverne where she has been attending summer school.

James Blackburn, of Black Duck, Minn., was transacting business with Worthington people Wednesday.

Mrs. O.J. Ward, of Candor, New York, is visiting in the city, the guest of her brother, S.N. Rose and family.

Mrs. James Montgomery left Wednesday for Wheaton, where she will spend a few days visiting with relatives.

Word was received in this city yesterday morning of the death of Mrs. Bjornstad at the home of her son near Org.

J.S. Malone, of Woodstock, Minn., was looking after his property interests near Worthington the latter part of last week.

Mrs. J.R. Todd and children, of Beaver Creek, who have been visiting her sister Mrs. George Sowles, departed Wednesday afternoon for their home.

Mrs. H.R. Conkwright and children, of Urbana, Illinois, arrived in the city Tuesday for a visit with her brother, C.C. Erwin, whom she has not seen for twenty years.

L.S. Nelson, of Slayton, was in the city Wednesday. He is one of the candidates for the nomination of judge of this judicial district and was looking after the interests of his candidacy.

F.A. Torrance is enjoying a visit from his brother, Ezra, who arrived in the city this week. He made Worthington a visit about seventeen years ago and is acquainted with many of the old-time residents.

Miss Edith Chandler, of Austin, who has been visiting with relatives in the city, departed Wednesday morning for her home. She was accompanied by sister, Mrs. Manley P. Thornton and children, who will spend a couple of weeks with relatives and old friends.

J.J. Leece, of Duell county, Kansas, who has been visiting R. Prideaux and other Worthington friends, left Wednesday for Adrian, for a visit at his old home. He was formerly one of the early settlers of Nobles county, having filed upon a homestead in the colony days.

A. Nazarenus is expected home this week from his visit to Germany.

Mrs. Sather left Saturday for a visit with relatives at Redwood Falls, Minn.

Oil Inspector Bob Reed made a trip to Adrian Wednesday in his official capacity.

Miss Anna Nelson, of Beaver Falls, Wisconsin, is the guest of Worthington friends.

Mrs. C.A. Peterson and children are visiting with friends in the country this week.

Geo. Christman, of Lead, S.D., was a guest at the Calvin home south of town this week.

John Flynn, of Vale, Oregon, arrived in the city Tuesday for a short visit with old friends.

Leon Vincent, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, was looking after his land interests in this vicinity this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph, of Org, who have been visiting in the city, left on Wednesday for Minneapolis.

F.H. Smith, of Sheldon, was among the visitors from that place to Worthington the first of the week.

G.A. Baumgartner, of Lake Park, was transacting business and visiting with friends in town Tuesday.

P. Blaisdell & Son, of Luverne, have leased the Adrian opera house and will run it as a moving picture house.

J.A. Hardow, of Pillager, Minn., returned to his home Wednesday after a visit with Worthington people.

Miss Minnie Maxson, of Marion, So. Dakota, arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit with relatives and friends.

A.J. Weber, of Seward, Nebraska, was visiting with friends and looking after business interests here this week.

Frank Jackson, of Harlowtown, Mont., was in the city this week. He was looking over the country in this vicinity with a view of locating.

Miss Bertha Smith departed Wednesday afternoon for her home in Slayton, after having visited a couple of weeks at the home of William Miller and family.

Mrs. Mattie Thompte, of Lisbon, N.D., who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Bryan for the past six weeks, left Wednesday afternoon for her home.

At 7:15 every evening the Little Sioux steamboat leaves big pier for first trip around lake. Second excursion, 8:15; third, 9:15. Sunday excursions, afternoon, 3:00, 4:00 and 5:00 o'clock; evenings on weekly schedule. Music on boat.

J.E. Wallin, of Butte, Nebraska, left Wednesday for his home. Mr. Wallin was an old time resident of this county and is well known to a large number of Worthington people. He has also been renewing old acquaintances at Fulda and vicinity.

Married Monday.

Robert Stowe, of this city and Miss Ruth Goodge, of Terrill, Iowa, were united in marriage at Canistota, South Dakota, on Monday, August 1. At the same time Walter Larson and Miss Lillie Currier were married, the wedding being a double one. The young people arrived in Worthington Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Larson departed Wednesday for Saskatchwan, Canada. The Globe extends congratulations.

Locals

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter on July 26th, 1910, a baby boy.

Miss Greswell arrived in the city this morning and will visit at the home of Mrs. R.W. Coultas.

Miss Bertha Blood, graduate nurse, returned to Worthington this week and is again at the Worthington Hospital.

Mrs. Newman, of St. James, came Wednesday to visit at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Newman, and also to attend the funeral of Victor Anderson.

One of Tom Palmer's little children was confined to bed by illness the first of the week.

John Carlson came home from Jeffries, Minn., last Saturday to visit a few days with his family.

Mesdames Mary and Pearl Lyons are expected from Omaha today for a visit with relatives.

Thursday, August 11, 1910

A Sad Accident.
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Mentioned in this article: Mr. and Mrs. O.H. Scott Glen Scott, age 5 Rev. Powell, Edgemont

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Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Pannell went to Lake Park Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Pannell's mother, Mrs. Reiter, who died there Sunday at the age of 86 years.

Local Overflow.

William D. Mathews, of Madelia, was among the Worthington visitors Monday.

Miss Amy Darling visited the latter part of last week and the first of this at the twin cities.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pannell departed on Friday for their home in Drinkwater, Canada.

William Garvey, of Adrian, was transacting business and calling on friends in town Tuesday.

Miss May Beatty, of St. James, was calling on friends in Worthington a couple of days the first of the week.

Arba Bedford, of Rushmore, visited here Saturday and on Sunday departed on his motorcycle for a brief visit at Spirit Lake.

C.C. Pruntz, of Sioux Falls, and Agnes McCollum, of Colorado, were married at the Probate office Wednesday by Judge Cory.

Miss Myrtle Hedberg, who has been visiting in the city, returned to her home in Mankato Friday. She was accompanied home by Miss Gwendowlyn Swanberg.

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Dr. Weidow is the possessor of a new touring car. It is a Reo.

M.L. Johnson, of Madelia, was taking in the sights of Worthington Sunday.

E.L. Schwartz was transacting business in Heron Lake a short time Friday last.

Leon Barnard, of Little Rock, Iowa, was the guest of relatives in the city Saturday.

Sheriff Newton Fauskee and daughter, Genevieve, were visiting in Kinbrae, Friday.

Heine Ehlers came down from Mankato Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, left Saturday morning for an over Sunday visit at Windom.

Mrs. James B. Marden, of Sioux City, was the guest of Worthington relatives over Sunday.

Thomas Gunderson, of Adrian, was transacting business and calling on old friends in town Friday.

Mrs. J.T. Smallwood departed Monday morning for New Ulm, where she will visit with her sister for a week.

Miss Esther Anderson, of Goodhue, Minn., returned to her home Tuesday after a visit with Worthington people.

Mrs. C.W.W. Dow visited the latter part of last week and the first of this with her daughters at Rushmore and Magnolia.

Cashier A.W. Fagerstrom, of the Worthington National Bank, returned home Tuesday from a visit at Des Moines at other Iowa points.

Dr. Bush, of Ames, Iowa, and C.E. Abbott, of Pasadena county, California, were the guests of L.R. Gholz a couple of days the latter part of last week.

James Brown, of West Concord, Minn., was taking in the sights of Worthington and enjoying the fishing in Lake Okabena the latter part of last week.

Word received from Minneapolis states that Ray Steffens is improving nicely and that he will entirely recover his hearing. The specialists found that he had a small tumor on the ear drum.

Mrs. John Hansberger and daughter, Luella, returned last week from an extended visit in central Ohio. They were accompanied by Mrs. E.C. Wilson and sons, Earl, Donald and Verne, who are on their way to Hettinger, N.D., where Mr. Wilson has opened a law office.

Frank E. Caldwell, of Blue Earth, who organized the lodge of the Mystic Workers of the world, was in town Thursday and attended a meeting of that order. On Friday he was joined by Mrs. Caldwell and two daughters and together they left for a visit at their old home in Dakota.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Davies, on Route 2, July 31, a boy.

Henry Riebesehl and daughter, Miss Etta, of Ocheyedan, were Worthington callers Monday.

Miss Mabel Clark, of Slayton, was an over Sunday guest in this city at the home of her parents.

Ernest Anderson has joined the ranks of motorcycle riders and has purchased a new Thor.

Peter Jassen went to Jackson to spend Sunday with relatives. He made the trip on his motorcycle.

Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Humiston left Wednesday morning for a two or three weeks' visit at Round Lake.

Fred Jackson, of Marshall, Minn., arrangements in the city Tuesday for a few days' outing on Lake Okabena.

Peter Munson, one of the first pioneers of Rock County, died at his home in Luverne Tuesday of last week.

Paul Ackers, of Humboldt, Iowa, was in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week on land business.

Arthur Murray, of Minneapolis, arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon for a visit at the home of John Sullivan.

Charles A. Uhley, of Slayton, returned to his home Monday, after having visited with E.A. Carrier and family.

A. Nazarenus returned Tuesday morning from Germany, where he has been spending the past three months.

Rollo, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Webster, who has been ill with typhoid fever for some time, is slowly improving.

John Gullickson, one of Blue Earth's most prominent business men, was taking in the sights of Worthington Sunday.

Mrs. Rugg, of Artesion, South Dakota, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harvey Rew, left Tuesday for her home.

Henry Twitchell left Monday afternoon for Chicago, where he will spend a week visiting his sister and taking in the sights.

John X. Peterson was adjudged insane before Judge Cory Tuesday and was taken to the asylum at St. Peter by Sheriff Fauskee.

Mrs. C. Durfee and little son, John, arrived in the city from Fergus Falls, Minn., Tuesday afternoon for a visit at the home of A.R. Albertus and family.

L.E. Spencer, who has been taking a three months' vacation from his duties in the Herbert drug store, returned to Worthington Monday and is again at his old place ready to wait on customers.

A son and daughter of Peter Anderson, residing at Windom, were drowned in Cottonwood Lake on the evening of August 5. they were out rowing and the boat capsized. The girl was thirteen and the boy nine years of age.

Rev. W.A. Dennis and family arrived in the city last week and will make this their home if they can rent a house. Rev. Dennis has charge of the Episcopal churches in this district and on Sunday occupied the pulpit in St. John's church in this city.

W.E. Butler, of Heron Lake, was calling on old friends in the city Friday.

Postmaster Cowin, of Adrian, was calling on old acquaintances in town Friday.

Will Rippberger came home the first of the week for a visit with his parents.

John Larson, of Minneapolis, is the guest of Worthington relatives and friends.

Miss Gertrude Smith, was the guest of Worthington friends a couple of days this week.

Miss Lottie Coleman, of Fergus Falls, Minn., is visiting with relatives in the city.

Burr Ludlow, of Rushmore, was transacting business at the county capitol on Friday.

Mrs. W.I. Humiston and little son left Wednesday or for a visit at Minneapolis.

Peter Anderson, of Lemars, Iowa, was shaking hands with Worthington friends Tuesday.

W.H. Bede and daughter, of Vermillion, South Dakota, were visiting in Worthington Saturday.

The Misses Kathleen and Lina St. John, of Heron Lake, were calling on friends in the city Monday.

Miss Christle, who has been the guest of Miss Goldie Dring for two weeks returned to her home in Lakefield, Friday.

J. Isom, of the depot lunch counter, has seven little cottontail rabbits on exhibition in the window of the lunch room.

George W. Young, of Clarion, Iowa, was in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week looking after his land interests.

Miss Laura Duster, who has been the guest of Miss Winnie O'Connor, returned to her home in Remsen, Iowa, Saturday.

Fred Humis[t]on went to St. Paul Wednesday to be in attendance at a meeting of the republican state central committee.

Mrs. Maud Foote, of Akron, Iowa, who has been the guest of Worthington friends, left Tuesday for a visit at St. Paul.

Dr. George Abbott, of Loma Linda, California, arrived Saturday morning for a few days' visit with his niece, Mrs. L.R. Gholz.

John Beeman, of Seattle, Wash., was looking over the country in the vicinity of Worthington the first of the week to Grand Rapids Minn.

E.L. Schwartz is now buying grain for Benson Grain Company at Miloma. He was formerly in their employ and when they heard of his being out of employment made haste to secure him again.

G.J. Elledrock, of Sibley, was transacting business in Worthington Monday.

Hans Hanson left Tuesday afternoon for a few days' visit with relatives at Sioux City.

Mrs. James Isom spent the fore part of the week visiting relatives at Sanborn, Minn.

W.J. Eaton, of Rochester, Minn., was in town on land business the first of the week.

Dr. Funk, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, was among the visitors to this place on business Monday.

Mrs. T.A. Grout, of Luverne, was an over Sunday visitor at the home of A.M. Renner.

Dr. and Mrs. C.A. Brown, of Mitchell, S.D., were visiting in Worthington over Sunday.

Mrs. J.P. Bleekman, of St. Joseph, Missouri, was visiting with relatives in town Sunday.

Hon. P.E. Brown, of Luverne, was shaking hands with his many old friends in town Saturday.

A.F. Sterling, of Pillager, Minn., was visiting with his brothers in this city over Sunday.

Vernon Smyth arrived in the city Tuesday night for a visit with Mrs. F. Dean and other relatives.

Mrs. C.A. Pederson and Miss Addie Rowe, of Rushmore, left Wednesday for a visit at Minneapolis.

John Backman, of Madelia, was transacting business in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Fred Hulster, of St. Peter, was looking over this section of Nobles county the latter part of last week.

W.C. Bergman and H.B. Allfree, of Newton, Iowa, were looking after business interests in this section Monday.

Mrs. Rielly, returned to her home in Sioux Falls, Saturday after having spent a few days with relatives in the city.

Mrs. Fred Holt, of Elmore, who was the guest of Mrs. Henrich's last week, returned to her home Saturday afternoon.

J.M. Manchester, of Audubon, Iowa, was looking over the real estate in this section of the county the first of the week.

Mrs. Creig [Craig?] and daughter, of Sioux Falls, who have been the guests of Mrs. Phillips, returned to their home Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Kelly, arrived in the city Friday from Mitchell, South Dakota, for a visit with their son, I.F. Kelly and family.

Miss Leah Johnson, of Webster City, Iowa, who has been the guest of Mrs. A.C. Dickens, returned to her home Monday.

Henry Burchard and Leo and Lawrence Kraft went to Brewster Saturday and on Sunday furnished music for the services at the church.

The medicine show has come and gone and the city has settled down to its usual quiet state. The gold watch was won by Miss Alice DeVaney.

W.W. Milbraith and M.V. McCall who formerly conducted a cream station in this city for the Fairmont Creamery Company, were calling on old friends in town Thursday and Friday.

Lewis Ryall, of Dodgeville, Wis., Mrs. J.S. Gould, of Grand Rapids, Minn., Miss Isabelle Pew, of Mankato, and Mrs. W.H. Prideaux, of Adrian, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. James last week.

Frank Adams, who has been employed in the Herbert drug store during L.E. Spencer's absence, departed Tuesday for a short visit at his home in Elgin, Minn. From there he will go to Dawson, Minn., where he has accepted a position in another drug store. He has made many friends here who will regret his departure.

Mrs. Charles Ward is visiting with relatives and friends at Sioux Falls.

J.H. James joined the ranks of the autoists and last week invested in a new car.

Miss Effie Sanders, of Luverne, was visiting with friends in the city Wednesday.

Mrs. L.H. Gray left Monday for Joplin, Missouri, where she will visit with relatives.

Mrs. James Walker, of Chokio, Minn., was visiting in the city with friends Sunday.

Frank Weber, of Graetinger, Iowa, was looking after land interests in this vicinity Monday.

County Commissioner Oscar Bryan, of Ellsworth, was transacting business in town Monday.

S.T. Larson, of St. James, was the guest of relatives in the city the latter part of last week.

E.L. Crow, of Mapleton, Iowa, was among the visitors in Worthington the first of the week.

Miss Camille Rheil, of Joplin, Missouri, visited a short time with friends in the city Tuesday.

James Bennett, of Tracy, Minn., was in town a couple of days the first of the week on business.

The stork visited the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ling August 3, and left them a little son.

E.A. Cooper, of Lodi, Wisconsin, was looking after business interests in this section this week.

Miss Amy Forbes left Friday for a visit with relatives and friends at Madelia and the twin cities.

W.E. Beckman, of Bigelow, was transacting business at the county capitol the first of the week.

E.L. Spurling, of Brookings, South Dakota, was looking over the country in this vicinity Tuesday.

Miss Aime Commons, of Mankato, arrived in the city Saturday for an over Sunday visit with relatives.

Miss May Delaney arrived in the city Saturday from Pipestone for a visit with Mrs. A.M. Renner.

George Collett, of Onawa, was in Worthington and vicinity looking after land interests the first of the week.

Mrs. G.B. McMurtry and family arrived in the city this week from Fairmont and are now settled in their new home.

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Henrichs and family left Wednesday afternoon for a months visit with relatives at Middleton Wisconsin.

Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Harper, of Omaha, were among the autoists that spent Sunday in Worthington and registered at the Worthington hotel.

Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Ullam and daughter, Miss Julia, of Alta, Iowa, returned to their home Wednesday, after having visited George W. Brammer and family.

W.A. Jamison, of near Sibley, was up the first of the week and bargained for a farm near town. As soon as he has finished threshing in Iowa, he will move to this place.

Messrs. L.R. Starbuck, J.A. Montgomery, A.J. Rasmus, of Cherokee, Iowa, were in Worthington and vicinity the latter part of last week investing in some of our real estate.

C.L. Paschena, who has been employed as head baker at W.W. Loveless' bakery left the first part of the week for Minneapolis where he has accepted a position as illustrated song singer at the Unique theater.

Chas. Won went up to the twin cities for a visit Saturday, returning Monday.

William Wedge, of Luverne, is the new barber at Anthony's tonsorial parlors.

W.D. Boddy was transacting business in Sioux City the latter part of last week.

Frank Reberg, of Green Bay, Wis., was visiting with friends in the city Sunday.

N.A. Carter, of Seymour, Iowa, was among the land seekers in this vicinity this week.

Miss Marie Damon, of Montrose, Illinois, is the guest of relatives near Worthington.

Mrs. F.D. Emmett, of Algona, Ia., arrived in the city Monday for a visit with relatives.

F.J. Rogers, of Newmarket, Iowa, was looking over the land near Worthington last week.

E. Ullecker, of Lake Park, was shaking hands with his many friends in the city Monday.

L.L. McFarland, one of Lake Park's business men, was transacting business in town Friday.

Henry Moss, of Reading, was transacting business and calling on friends in town Wednesday.

Miss Etta Wolff, of Grand Rapids, Minn., was the guest of friends in this vicinity over Sunday.

Mrs. G.O. Pratz arrived in the city last week and is a guest of her sister, Mrs. L.M. Holbrook.

Editor H.B. Chapin, of Mapleton, Iowa, was a pleasant caller at the Globe office Tuesday.

Mrs. Annie Davis went to Adrian for a short visit Tuesday afternoon, returning on the night train.

Will and James DeVaney left Sunday for Rochester, where their mother underwent an operation the first of the week.

Mrs. Hazen A. Ackerman and two daughters, returned Wednesday from a ten days' visit with relatives in Minneapolis.

Miss Mary Maxson, of Shakopee, Minn., arrived in the city Wednesday and will be the guest of relatives for a few days.

Mrs. John Lawson and daughter, Marie, went to Omaha last week, called there by the illness of her brother, who is very low with typhoid fever.

Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Wuralson and son and H.H. Lawrence, of Walworth, Wis., were a party of autoists that made Worthington a visit Tuesday.

Miss Celia Cass, of Ladysmith, Wisconsin, returned to her home Wednesday, after having visited with old friends in Worthington and vicinity.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and son, Harold, and Mrs. Frank D. Larson, of Atlantic, Iowa, are visiting in the city. It is the intention of Mr. Smith to locate here if the climate agrees with his wife's health.

Mr. and Mrs. McMahn and son,

 

 

 

Blair, and daughter, Zero and Mazie, and Miss Grace Murphy, Dr. and Mrs. Zelitz and daughter, of Sioux Falls, were visiting in Worthington Saturday and Sunday. They made the trip in an auto.

 

Thursday, August 18, 1910

A little son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Oliver on Thursday, August 11.

Will Harris came over from Luverne Wednesday to play with Clemen's Orchestra.

Miss Ruby Hotchkiss, of Sibley, was visiting with Worthington friends Wednesday.

Fred Tripp, of Round Lake, was calling on old friends in town Wednesday evening.

L.M. Herbert, of the Herbert Drug Co., was transacting business in Sioux Falls Wednesday.

The Campbell Brothers Circus had a bad wreck at Babcock, Wisconsin, the first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. W.M Rowe and daughter of Rushmore, were visiting in the city Wednesday.

Mrs. James Isom left yesterday morning for a three weeks visit at Chicago and other points.

Adam McCoean, who has been quite sick at the home of his son-in-law, John Silver, west of town, is recovering.

F.E. Pierce, of New Ulm, Minn., was taking in the sights of Worthington and vicinity the latter part of last week.

Mrs. B.B. Morris returned Tuesday from a visit of several weeks' duration with her daughter at Raymond, this state.

Miss Gertrude Evans, of Fargo, N.D., returned to her home Monday, after having visited with Worthington friends.

George James and Arthur Hildyard went to Hospers, Iowa, Wednesday for a short visit with relatives and friends.

Mrs. Alma Peterson left the first of the week for the twin cities, where she will get the latest styles in fall millinery.

Marjorie Robinson was surprised by a number of her little friends on Tuesday of this week, the occasion being her 12th birthday.

Mrs. Emma Whitham, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Hastings for several weeks, left for her home at Pontiac, Ill., Wednesday.

Mrs. H. Carney and two sons, of Sioux City, who have been guests at the James Suddaby home, departed Wednesday for Mason City.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foelschow left Friday for a short visit at Windom. Mr. Foelschow went on business and his wife to visit with friends.

Mrs. Fred Allen and son, and Mrs. E.V. Baldwin, of Waterloo, Iowa, arrived in the city Thursday and are guests at the Dave Anthony home.

R.J. Wells, a prominent attorney of Sioux Falls, was in the city the latter part of last week and while here visited his cousin, Mrs. Luella Lawton.

Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Billings, of Webster City, Ia., who have been the guests of their niece, Mrs. A.C. Dickens, returned to their home the latter part of last week.

Mrs. Carver Fergerson of Marshalltown, Ia., and Mrs. Oliver Weeks of Hampton, Ia., and Mrs. J.B. Williams of Brewster, Minn., visited at the Auren Williams home Monday.

Mrs. Albert Burnett and friend, Mrs. Irvin Richardson of Cherokee, Iowa, arrived last Thursday for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Burnett is a sister of Mrs. Carl Arneson.

Frank Williams left Wednesday afternoon for St. Paul, where his father-in-law, C.S. Hilary, is very ill. It is his intention to bring him home if his condition is such as to warrant it.

F.C. Modesitt [Modisett?], of Bigelow, was in the city Wednesday on business.

Wilbur Peterson went to Westbrook, Monday for a week's visit with relatives.

Paddy Tripp came over from Luverne Monday for a short visit with friends.

Mrs. E.J. Helmick returned Friday from a weeks visit with relatives at Sioux Falls.

Harry Gray, of Bigelow, was up Wednesday night calling on old acquaintances.

Charles Burns, of Ellsworth, was transacting business at the county seat Saturday.

Miss Mabel Wheelock, of Mankato, was the guest of Worthington friends over Sunday.

James Lee, of Winona, was calling on Worthington people the latter part of last week.

Mrs. John M. Long left Monday for Stamford, Iowa, where she will visit with her parents.

Miss Sadie Bedient left Monday morning for Lake City, Minn., where she visit with relatives.

John X. Peterson, who recently committed to the insane asylum at St. Peter, died at that institution Monday.

Mrs. P.G. Anderson of Salt Lake City, is here visiting her sisters, Mrs. L.T. Terry and Mrs. Alfred Thompson.

S. Kindlund returned Wednesday from Wilmar, Minn., where he has been making improvements on his farm.

Harry and Julia Atrops left Monday for New Ulm, where they will visit with their grand parents until school commences.

Alex Thuemmler, of Minneapolis, arrived in the city this week and will spend a week visiting with his sister, Mrs. J.J. Kies.

George Adams, of St. James, was transacting business and shaking hands with old friends in Worthington the first of the week.

J. Schechter, of Hancock, Minn., who has been visiting relatives and friends in Worthington and vicinity, left Monday for his home.

A. Nazarenus and son, Alfred, and Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Wensberg spent Sunday in Elk township at the home of Henry Kunze and family.

Mr. Pfander, who formerly owned the farm on which Arthur Spaulding resides near Rushmore, was in town the latter part of last week.

Mrs. J.A. Carlson, of Minneapolis, who has been the guest of P.H. Nystrom and family for a few seeks, departed on Saturday for her home.

George W. Penniman, of Boise, Ida., a former resident of Worthington, was looking after his business interests in this vicinity the first of the week.

Lawrence Hale, who has been visiting with relatives in the city for the past ten weeks, departed on Monday for his home at Shelby, Michigan.

The Misses Vera and Fern Everett arrived in the city Monday from Ash Creek for a visit with relatives. They left Tuesday for a visit at Bentonville, Arkansas.

Mrs. Ed Wilson and three sons departed Monday for Hettinger, North Dakota, to join her husband, who has been practicing law there since last February.

The Globe last week stated that Mr. and Mrs. John D. Humiston had gone to Round Lake for a two or three weeks' stay. The item should have read Boise, Idaho.

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Long arrived in Worthington last week and will make this county their home. Mr. Long has leased the Kies farm near Reading and will work it next year.

Henry Tietenberg, of Wilmont, was shaking hands with friends in town Monday. He went from here to Slayton on business from there to Flandreau, South Dakota, to visit his daughter, Julia, who is employed on the Flandreau Herald.

Word had been received in this city of the sad death in the family of Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Sharp, at Sunnyside, Wash. On August 2nd their daughter, Ardis, succumbed to an attack of spinal mengitis, and passed away. She was born in Worthington, Feb. 1, 1902. A few days later baby, Lola, aged two years, also died. Mrs. Sharp is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Boddy, of this place. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of their host of friends in this city and vicinity.

M.E. Lawton departed Wednesday for Sac City, Iowa, to visit his sisters.

Mrs. James Montgomery left last Wednesday morning for a short visit at Butterfield.

Bernard Esser, of Adrian, was in town Monday. He was on his way to Madison, Wis.

Mesdames Joe Murphy and Joe Lenz of Adrian, were the guests of Mrs. N. Klaras over Sunday.

Master Lawrence Abbott went to Luverne Saturday for a visit with relatives and playmates.

John Flynn was calling on friends in town Monday. He left on the afternoon train for Canada.

John Montgomery, of Sibley, was calling on old friends and transacting business in town Wednesday.

Mrs. C.W. Hall arrived in the city Friday from Blue Earth for a visit with her daughter, Miss Edith.

Albert Little, of Ellsworth, was calling on old friends in town Wednesday. Mr. Little was formerly a resident of Elk township.

Dr. Frank Abbott, of Sanitarium, California, was the guest of his niece, Mrs. L.R. Gholz, a couple of days the latter part of last week.

Earl McKever, of Rock Springs, Wyoming, arrived in the city the latter part of last week for a visit with his parents and old friends.

Mrs. C.T. Peterson returned Tuesday morning from Baldwin, Wisconsin, where she had been spending a few days with her parents.

Mildred Barker, who has been visiting in the city, left Tuesday for her home in Doon, Iowa. She was accompanied by Gertrude McGowan.

Dr. W.D. Vail, of Wayne, Neb., who has been looking after his farming interests in this vicinity, departed Tuesday for a visit with his brother at Rock Rapids.

Mrs. C.P. Dolan left Saturday for New Richland, Minn., where she will visit with her sister, Mrs. C.A. Wagner. She, accompanied by her sister, will visit at Chicago before returning.

Joe McCord, formerly of Adrian, passed through Worthington Monday on his way to Luverne. Joe was one of the crew of the U.S. Battleship Tennessee on its trip around the world.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Maxwell and family departed Tuesday for their new home near Kalispell, Mont. Mr. Maxwell was fortunate enough to draw a claim in Flathead Indian Reservation. They were accompanied by his father, J.H. Maxwell, who will spend a month with them. He will also visit various points on the coast before returning.

James Montgomery returned Thursday of last week from Wheaton, Minn., where he had been looking after his farming interests. He found the railroads too slow a method of transportation, so he purchased an Overland automobile and made the return trip in it. The distance is 240 miles and the trip was made in fourteen running hours.

Miss Gladys Humbert left Wednesday afternoon for a visit at Heron Lake.

Dan Nystrom left Wednesday for Adrian where he will visit a few days.

John Lebens, of Wilmont, was transacting business at the county seat Monday.

Miss Opal Luehrs left Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends at Minneapolis.

Chris Broich, of Wilmont, was transacting business at the county capitol Monday.

E.J. Wolven left Tuesday for Spring Valley, Minnesota and other points on business.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Rose arrived in the city Tuesday for a visit with relatives.

Mrs. J.D. Everett went to Ocheyedan Tuesday, called there by the illness of a sister.

Mrs. Lee Shell and son, Burton, left Saturday for a visit with relatives at Minneapolis.

Ed Tripp, of Round Lake, was shaking hands with old acquaintances in town Tuesday.

Mrs. Fred Mason, of Canby, Minn., is the guest of relatives near Worthington this week.

John Beatty, of Mankato, was a Worthington visitor on business the first of the week.

Mrs. Guy Bigelow returned Tuesday from Magnolia, where she had been visiting relatives.

Mrs. Mary Wilson returned Tuesday morning from a visit with hr sister at Little Rock, Iowa.

George Aucker, of Tracy, Minn., was a business visitor to Worthington the first of the week.

Miss Edith Hall went to the twin cities Monday to purchase goods for the holiday trade.

Albert Wass returned Wednesday from LeMars, Iowa, where he has been mployed on a farm.

Misses Berthildes and Elnora Masgai left Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends at Adrian.

Rev. Shipp went to East Chain Monday to attend a mission meting of the Swedish Lutheran church.

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. McGowan left Tuesday afternoon for Brushton, New York, called there by the illness of his father.

Mrs. A. Frane and daughter left Wednesday morning for Fairmont, this state, where they will visit with relatives.

Wilson Borst, of Windom, was in town the first of the week looking after the interests of his candidacy for judge of this district.

Mrs. Estelle Moore, who has been the guest of Wilson Ager and family, returned to her home in North St. Paul Tuesday.

Miss Hattie Hollis, of Kirkwood, California, arrived in the city this week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Cole Guernsey.

Mrs. Frank Uelving returned to her home in Adrian Tuesday afternoon, after having visited with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Annie Davis.

Mr. Schaub, father of Fred and Clarence Schaub who bought the Nazarenus farms last fall and moved on last spring, arrived this week with his family and a carload of stock and machinery. He bought a quarter section adjoining his sons' land and will at once commence to build a house and barn.

Miss Laura Bingham went to Pipestone Tuesday morning for a few days' visit.

H.M. Roshon was transacting business at Brewster the first of the week.

P.C. Goembel, of Luverne, was a business visitor to Worthington Saturday.

John P. Ring, of Shakopee, Minn., was a Worthington visitor the first of the week.

W.W. Hill, of Blue Earth, this state, was a Worthington visitor on business Saturday.

J.S. White and wife, of Soo Falls, were visiting in the city the latter part of last week.

J.T. Hanna, of Algona, Iowa, was looking after business interests in this city and vicinity Friday.

J.K. Shelplee, of Clarion, Iowa, was looking over the real estate in this part of the county Saturday.

Miss Sara Stevens, who has been visiting twin cities, departed Tuesday for Marshalltown, Iowa.

P.H. O'Neill, of Waterloo, Iowa, was among the business visitors to this section of the county Friday.

F.A. Franklin, of near Madison Lake, Minn., was looking over land in this vicinity the latter part of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Henik and the Misses Marion and Grace Henik, of Luverne, were visiting in Worthington Thursday.

Mrs. J.S. Frink, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Sand, of Geneseo, Ill., are visiting in Luverne this week, the guests of relatives.

L.S. Nelson, of Slayton, arrived in this city this morning and is looking after his interests as a candidate for Judge of this district.

Mrs. Fahy, who has been the guest of relatives in the city, returned to her home in Tracy Tuesday. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. H.L. Durfe, and grandaughter, Anna Marie Durfee.

D.W. Weel, of Windom, was calling on friends in the city Tuesday.

A.W. England, of Jeffers, Minn., was a business visitor to this city Friday.

Miss Annabelle Newton of Adrian visited friends in the city the first of the week.

M.J. 'Connor, of Lismore, was in town Friday last transacting business.

Dr. Vail of Wayne, Neb., is here looking after land interests in this vicinity.

Charles B. Brown, Jr., of Sibley, was calling on friends in town Wednesday.

Attorney R.A. Randall, of Winona, was looking after legal business here the first of the week.

G. Schafer, of Tripp, S. Dak., was looking after his elevator interests in this city the first of the week.

Thursday, August 25, 1910

Mrs. Zena Hazard arrived in the city Friday from Sioux Falls for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Free.

William Lemm went to Lakefield Wednesday afternoon for a few days' visit.

J.H. Bryde, of Rushmore, was a county seat visitor the latter part of last week.

Harry S. Hobson left Wednesday for Sioux City and other Iowa points on land business.

Mesdames J.E. Norris and I.A. Roshon visited at the Larson home in Indian Lake, Tuesday.

Joe Hendricks, of Reading, was in the city this week visiting friends and taking medical treatment.

Ed. Edwards returned Saturday morning from the western coast, where h has been the past ten weeks.

Mrs. Ford returned Tuesday morning from Sioux City, where she has been visiting for a few days.

John Potts and Dan and Nellie O'Kane departed Wednesday for Sheldon, Iowa, to take in the fair.

Miss Harriet Stone, of Brookings, South Dakota, was an over Sunday visitor with Worthington friends.

Mrs. Arthur Rose, who has been the guest of relatives in the city, returned to her home in Luverne Saturday.

Dr. Harriet Nelson, of Minneapolis, who has been the guest of R.B. Plotts and family, returned to her home Friday.

Carl Cowin and L.A. Gregory, of Adrian, were among the visitors from that place who took in the ball game Tuesday.

Henry Dibble, of Adrian, has accepted a position on the Globe. He was a member of the Globe's force last winter.

Mrs. Joseph Arbes returned to her home in New Ulm Wednesday afternoon, after having spent ten days at the Smallwood home.

Miss Edia Schiddler, of Sioux City, arrived in the city the latter part of last week for a visit with her friend, Miss Florence McIntosh.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Clark, of Mason City, Iowa, returned to their home Monday, after having visited at the home of J.K. Barker.

Jams Barnes, of Butler, Missouri, was looking over the real estate proposition in this section of the county the latter part of last week.

Mrs. Geo. Fasburg, of Millbank, S.D., and Miss Ellen Donovan, who have been guests of relatives in the city, returned to their home last Saturday.

Arthur Hildyard went to Sioux City early Tuesday morning to take an examination for locomotive fireman, he having secured a position on the Omaha.

K.V. Mitchell, who recently resigned his position as cashier of the Citizens National Bank, departed on Friday for Agar, S. Dak., where he and his brother, F.R. Mitchell, Jr., are in partnership running a bank. Mrs. Mitchell and baby left the same day for a visit with relatives at Spencer, Iowa.

Mrs. Ida M. Milton went to Brewster Wednesday morning for a short visit.

Misses Sadie Duell and Lillian Erickson went to Brewster Wednesday for a week's visit.

C.A. Noonan, one of Blue Earth's real estate agents, was in the city the first of the week.

Oscar Pederson, of Avoca, Minn., was calling on Worthington people on Friday of last week.

W.D. Boddy, manager of the moving picture show, was transacting business in Adrian Monday.

Mrs. James Welcome, of Waseca, Minn., was the guest of friends in the city the first of the week.

Born, in Worthington, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Volman, of Round Lake, a boy, on Sunday, August 21.

D.A. Stuart, of Windom, was calling on old friends in town the first of the week in the interests of his candidacy.

Mrs. Ed. Stoltenberg returned home Wednesday from Rochester, Minn., where she recently underwent an operation.

H. Nixon, the new superintendent of the Rushmore schools, was the guest of R.W. Oakes the latter part of last week.

Mrs. H.H. Moyer departed today, Thursday, for Van Horn, Iowa, where she will visit with her parents and other relatives.

Mrs. Karper, of Sibley, Iowa, who has been a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Moyer, departed Wednesday for her home.

Ernie and Bertha Raschke, of Sheldon, who have been visiting at the home of A. Herman, departed Wednesday for their home.

Miss Theda Everett, who has ben the guest of her brother, J.D. Everett and family, returned to her home in Ash Creek Saturday.

Mrs. Anna Wolf and Mrs. Clara Steigelmeyer, of Vanhorn, Iowa, were the guests of their sister, Mrs. Will Marquardt, this week.

Earl McKeever, who has been visiting his parents and old friends in the city, departed Monday afternoon for Denver, Colorado.

Hnry Damman and sons, George and Henry, of Sucor, Illinois, returned to their home Monday, after having visited with the family of Will Marquardt.

Mrs. Ross Nelson left Friday for Stordon to attend the marriage on Saturday of her cousin. Ross went over Saturday to be present at the ceremony.

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanford arrived in the city Tuesday from Ballard, Wash., for a visit with old friends. They were formerly residents of this place for a number of years.

Ernest Bahls was up from Round Lake Tuesday calling on old old friends.

Mrs. A.A. Goodrich went to St. James Saturday afternoon for an over Sunday visit.

Manly P. Thornton was transacting legal business at Kenneth the latter part of last week.

Geo. R. Thompson, of Stewartville, was a Worthington caller the first of the week on business.

W.H. Nelson, of Madelia, was in Worthington on land business the latter part of last week.

Dr. Abbott, of Minneapolis, was in Worthington the first of the week on professional business.

Mrs. Geo. Graham, of Tracy, Minn., was the guest of relatives in the city the first of the week.

Heinie Ehlers came down from Mankato Saturday for an over Sunday visit with relatives and friends.

Miss Alice Duba left Tuesday morning for Stewart, Minn., where she will visit with friends and relatives.

R.W. Oakes left Monday morning for Welcome, where he will have the superintendency of the public schools.

James Larson, of Stillwater, was transacting business in the city a couple of days the latter part of last week.

Miss Lizzie Schmidt, who has been visiting with relatives in the city, returned to her home in Dundee, Monday morning.

Mrs. O.J. Ward, who has been the guest of her brother, S.N. Rose and family, returned to her home in New York Monday.

Mrs. M.D. Brook and daughter, who were the guests of Charles Erickson, returned to their home in Sterling, Illinois, Monday.

Margaret Dieckhoff left Wednesday morning for a six week's visit with relatives at Minneapolis and other points in the state.

Mrs. R.B. Tibbetts and little son, of Letcher, South Dakota, arrived in the city the latter part of last week r a visit with relatives.

Miss Bertha Noble, of Windom, returned to her home Tuesday, after having spent a few days with her friend, Miss Lillian Darling.

Fred Deitrich and daughter, Leonie, of Lake Crystal, returned to their home Tuesday, after a few days visit with relatives in Worthington.

Mrs. C. Gilmore, son Craig, and daughter, Annie, left Saturday for their home at Gibson City, Illinois. They have ben looking after their land interests in this vicinity.

Stanley Swanburg came over from Luverne Saturday and spent Sunday under the parental roof. Stanley is employed with A.P. Rose in getting out the history of Rock and Pipestone counties.

Clinton Mann came down from Minneapolis Sunday morning, called here by the serious illness of his wife, who is very low with acute appendicitis at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.P. Mann. At the present writing, we are pleased to note, she is improving and hopes are entertained for her recovery.

Mrs. A.C. Dickens left Friday for a few days' visit with relatives at St. James.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Granell on Route 1, Wednesday, Aug. 24th, a baby girl.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Tryon, of this city, on Sunday morning, Aug. 21st, a girl.

W.J. Long is building a new barn and otherwise improving his property on Sixth Ave.

W.L. Flanagan, of Heron Lake, was an over Sunday visitor with friends in Worthington.

Mrs. John Masgai left Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends at Ellsworth and Adrian.

Miss Nellie Plott, left Friday, for Minneapolis, where she will spend a couple of weeks visiting.

Ed Adolphsen, of Wilmont, was visiting with friends and transacting business in town Wednesday.

Mrs. C.P. Dolen returned Wednesday from a visit with relatives at New Richland, Minn., and Chicago.

M. Rieter, of Ellsworth, was shaking hands with old friends and transacting business in town Monday.

Mrs. Manly P. Thornton and family, returned Friday, from Austin where she had been visiting with her parents.

Hon. F.F. Ellsworth, of St. James, was shaking hands with his many old friends here the latter part of last week.

Mrs. S. Allen and Miss Carrie I. Allen, left today (Thursday), for Mankato, for a week's visit with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Nienkirk and Luther and May Jenkins, of Little Rock township, were visiting with Worthington people Wednesday.

Dr. Sullwold, the Chiropractor, was arrested at Lake Park last week for practicing medicine without a license and the hearing was set for Tuesday, Aug. 23rd. At the time of the hearing the prosecution failed to appear and the defendant was discharged.

Judge Cory is becoming popular with the young people of Obrien county, Ia. On August 11th, he united in marriage Charles C. Hancock and Lorene Ker, of that county, and on the 15th, Albert McGranshan and Bessie Nugent. The Judge is always ready and willing to help those who wish to commit matrimony at any time.

Among those from out of town, who attended the Chas. H. Silary funeral were D.H. Keller and wife, of Winona; J. Schechter and wife, of Hancock; J.F. Sanders, of Preston; J.. Rolston, Mrs. T.L. Kimmel, Mary Kimmel and Milton Kimmel, of Sheldon, Iowa; Mrs. Henry Stieucke, of Aurelia, Ia. and Mrs. C.H. Schechter, of Washington, Ia.

Mrs. Dingwald left Wednesday for an extended visit with relatives at LeMars.

Miss Hazel Swartwood departed Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends at Slayton.

Msdames Miller and Laird, of Sioux City, were the guests of Mrs. John Fitch last Saturday.

J.A. Timlin, of Lismore, was visiting with friends and transacting business in town Tuesday.

Deforest Ward, son of A.L. Ward of Fairmont, was a pleasant caller at the Globe office today.

Louis S. Montu, of Spirit Lake, Ia., was among the Worthington visitors the latter part of last week.

The Misses Evaline and Genevieve Glenn and Annabelle Newton, of Adrian, were visiting in the city Tuesday.

F.A. Folsom, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, was transacting business in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week.

L.F. Slaker, division superintendent of the Omaha, was in the city Wednesday and called upon several of our people.

A marriage license was issued on Wednesday of this week to Carl Stancer and Pearl McGinnis, both of Worthington.

Messrs. H. and J. Sandhazen, of Lodi, Ill., were looking after business interests in Worthington and vicinity this week.

Miss Lizzie Schmidt, of Dunde, who has been the guest of relatives and friends in Worthington and vicinity, returned to her home Monday.

The many friends of Miss Goldie Dring will be pleased to learn that she is rapidly recovering from the sudden attack of nervous prostration, with which she was taken last week.

Mrs. Fanzen, of Charaton, Iowa, returned to her home last Friday, after having visited with her son and old friends in the city. Her husband, was formerly pastor of the Swedish Lutheran church in this city, but left here about 20 years ago. For the past 16 years he has had a pastorate at Hartford, Conn. He has recently removed to Charaton and is occupying a pulpit there.

Alice Virginia, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Swanson, died on Saturday, August 20th, aged 8 months and 28 days. The funeral services were held at the house on Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Shipp and the remains were interred in the Worthington cemetery. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of all in this great bereavement.

Andrew Nelson and son, of Graham Lakes, visited with friends and transacted business in town Tuesday.

Oliver Thompson and Sons last week sold to Ronan Brothers, one hundred hogs, which netted them over two thousand dollars.

Albert Neubert, a brakeman on the Doon branch of the Omaha R'y., was killed at Luverne last Thursday. Exactly how the accident happened is not known. He was helping the crew switching, and was standing by to make a coupling, and it is thought that his first effort to open the coupling failed and that he could not get out of the way in time. The engine was headed toward him and when he stepped in front of the engine was out of sight of the engineer and fireman. He had given the signal for the engine to come forward and the first intimation the crew had that he was hurt was by hearing his scream. He was at once taken to the hospital where he died about three hours later. He remained conscious until about ten minutes before his death and left messages for his relatives and fiancÚ. His father lives near Rushmore. He was about 23 years old.

Obituary

Charles Samuel Hilary, b: Feb 21, 1845; m: Elizabeth Schechtes. Daughters: Mrs. D.H. Keller, Winona; Mrs. F.E. Williams.
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