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Thursday, December 1, 1910

Mrs. Tomke Krause Dead.

Mrs. Tomke Krause was fatally burned at the home of her son, Jack Johnson, in Adrian, last Thursday morning by the explosion of a can of kerosene. She was alone in the house when the accident happened, her son being absent at his work on the Omaha section. The origin of the accident is mostly supposition, and it is not definitely known whether she was replenishing the fire with kerosene or brushed a can of the liquid over onto the stove when cleaning up after the breakfast. However it occurred she was enveloped in flames when first seen running toward the Holbrook residence nearby -- falling on the way. Mr. Holbrook ran to her assistance and by throwing a quilt over her smothered the blaze. She was taken home and physicians summoned, but despite their skill, death followed at 5 o'clock that afternoon. She was terribly burned and inhaled much of the smoke and flames.

In the death of Mrs. Krause is recalled a murder trial of intense interest in Nobles county and the surrounding territory a few years ago. Tomke Krause, an aged and not overly bright man was found dead in bed at his Adrian home early one morning from a gun shot wound. The gun was found lying across his breast. During the night previous Mrs. Krause sought refuge at the home of a neighbor, telling the family that her husband had secured a loaded shot gun and discharged it down through the ceiling from his position on the second floor. She warned the family not to go near the place until daylight. In the morning the marshal summoned a deputy and together they proceeded to investigate the premises at the Krause place. They found the man cold in death with the gun across his body as before stated. Mrs. Krause was later arrested for his murder, on suspicion, and the trial was one of intense interest and excitement. Efforts were made to prove that the position of the wound made it impossible for the man to have killed himself and the fact that the gun reposed across his person lent color to the probability of murder. The accused woman was freed of the charge after a long and expensive trial, but to this day the people of the county have not been enlightened as to the cause of Krause's death.

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Miss Pearl Cramer left Friday to spend a couple of days with people in Kinbrae.

F.J. Glasgow came up from Sioux City, Wednesday, to visit with relatives and old friends.

Dr. Cramer, of Bigelow, was a guest at the Rev. Ralph Carleton home Thanksgiving Day.

Mrs. Henry Rasmussen arrived in the city Wednesday from Paullina, Iowa, to join her husband.

L.A. Gregory, of Adrian, was among the visitors from that place to the county capitol Monday.

Captain J.C. Casareto left Monday afternoon for Sioux Falls on business and to visit with relatives.

Dan Nystrom returned from Adrian Friday, where he had been spending Thanksgiving with friends.

Clem Richards went to Heron Lake for a short visit Thanksgiving morning, returning on the afternoon train.

Miss Nellie Herum, of Bingham Lake, visited at the Becker home a short time Monday on her way to Sioux City.

Rev. Merton Brann, of Beaver Creek, arrived in the city last week for a visit with Rev. Ralph Carleton and family.

Rev. W.G. Babcock, of Rushmore were guests of Rev. and Mrs. G.A. Cahoon on Thanksgiving afternoon and evening.

L.H. Gray, of the Gray-Nelson Hardware Co., went to Sioux City for a short business visit Wednesday afternoon.

Mrs. N. Klaras and children were among the visitors that went from this place to Adrian to spend the Day of Thanks.

E.F. Wood went to Windom Thanksgiving morning to attend a reunion of his family at the home of his son, Claude.

A.H. White came down from Edgerly, North Dakota, Wednesday, to spend a few days with his son, Claude, and family.

Mr. and Mrs. John Fitch returned last week from a couple of weeks' visit with relatives and old friends in Wisconsin and Illinois.

Harold Oakes, who is superintendent of the public schools at Welcome, Minn., visited a couple of days in the city last week with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Ullom and daughter, Miss Julia, arrived in the city Thursday morning for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Geoge Brammer. Their home is at Alta, Iowa.

Ed Ullrich came over from Yankton, South Dakota, Wednesday night for a couple of days visit with old friends. Ed was formerly one of the tonsorial artists in Anthony's barber shop.

Mr. and Mrs. H.O. Leistico, of Stewart, Minn., spent Thanksgiving with relatives in this vicinity. This was sort of a wedding trip for them, as they were married on Nov. 4th. Mrs. Leistico was formerly Miss Rosalia Laffin, of Hector, this state. The many friends of H.O. in this city extend their most hearty congratulations and good wishes to him and his estimable bride.

Mrs. C.W. Guse left Saturday for a week's visit with relatives in the twin cities and Stillwater.

Mrs. C.J. Williams left Friday for Sanborn, Iowa, where she will spend a few days with relatives.

Geo. W. Patterson left Sunday for Chicago, where he will attend the International Stock Exposition.

Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Renner left last Saturday afternoon for an over Sunday visit with relatives at Adrian.

Nic Casareto, of Sibley, returned to his home Saturday after a visit with his brother, J.C., in this city.

Leslie Luehrs came down from the State University last week for a few days' visit with his parents and old friends.

Dowie Brown, of Heron Lake, came over the latter part of last week for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Brown.

Miss Hilda Nelson, who is teaching north of Reading, was in the city the latter part of last week on her way home in Adrian.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crane and family, of Breckenridge, Minn., were guests at the Frank Durfee home the latter part of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Miller, of Chancellor, South Dakota, who have been the guests of E. Miller and family, returned to their home Saturday.

Joe Ullrich last week received a new four-door Overland touring car, which he immediately sold to Joe Foehr, of Kinbrae. It is a dandy.

Mr. and Mrs. Graf, of Lismore, who was the guests of C.W. Guse and family last week, left Saturday for a visit at Minneapolis and points in Wisconsin.

Henry Kramer returned last week from Tekamah, Neb., where he has been several months working in the tile factory. He will remain here for the winter.

Irving Smith, of the Worthington Telephone force, was called to his home in Rushmore Saturday by the illness of his father, who is very ill with appendicitis.

Editor J.S. Randolph, of the Hospers, Iowa, Tribune, and family passed through Worthington Friday on their way to Magnolia, where they will spend a couple of days with relatives.

Arthur Hildyard returned to Sioux Falls today to resume his duties as fireman on the Omaha, after having spent a few days in the city, the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Hildyard.

Mrs. Gilchrist, of Ellsworth, was adjudged insane before Judge Cory on Wednesday and was committed to the insane asylum at St. Peter. She was taken there the same day by Sheriff Fauskee.

Sheriff and Mrs. Fauskee departed Saturday afternoon for Sioux City to attend the marriage of their cousin, Miss Grace Rasmussen to a Mr. Perry, which occurred on Saturday night at 8 o'clock.

Mesdames James and Fred Parker, and Grandma Parker and daughter, Miss Carrie, of Sioux Falls passed through Worthington Saturday on their way to Los Angeles, California, where they will spend the winter.

Miss Alice Hawley, formerly a resident of this place, was married at Sioux Falls on Thanksgiving evening, at 8 o'clock, to Mr. Floyd H. Berry, of that place. The many friends of the bride extend good wishes and congratulations to the happy couple.

A.L. Canfield shipped his household goods to Luverne the first of the week, where he will make his future home. Mrs. Canfield also left for the same place. A.L. will leave as soon as his contract expires with the Gray-Nelson Hardware Co., and will at once commence upon the manufacture of his washing machine. The Globe joins with his many friends in wishing him all kinds of success in his new venture.

Mrs. A.H. Clark and daughter, Edith, went to Windom last week for a few days visit.

Miss Crane, of Bigelow, visited in the city Thanksgiving, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Gould.

Dr. DeCoster, of Windom, was over the latter part of last week calling on old friends.

John L. Mangelson, of Round Lake, attended the Odd Fellows lodge in this city Tuesday evening.

Max Cale, of Brandon, Manitoba, spent Thanksgiving at the home of his father, George W. Cale.

Frank Little and son of Ceylon, Minn., was the guest of his brother, A.W., the first of the week.

Mrs. Sarah Brown left Wednesday morning for a brief visit with relatives and friends at Heron Lake.

A license to wed was granted to Charles Breit and Hannah Dierks, both of Nobles county, on the 29th.

Alma Landie, aged 12 years, was near Jackson, last Saturday. She was skating and broke through the ice.

Miss Hannah Berg, principal of the Westbrook High School, spent Sunday with her friend, Miss Edith Cale.

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cashel returned the first of the week from a visit with relatives in Winona, Minn. and Arcadia, Wis.

Mrs. Jennie Negus, who has been the guest of E.S. Smith and family, returned to her home in Slayton on Wednesday afternoon.

M.P. Mullen, manager of the horse department for Peter Thompson, was transacting business at Adrian the latter part of last week.

A marriage license was issued on Wednesday to Vol Adams, of Braemer county, Iowa, and Miss Grace Willey, of Pocahontas county, Iowa.

Miss Sadie Goodell, of Barnum, Minn., arrived in the city the latter part of last week and is visiting with her sister, Mrs. R.L. Duxberry [Duxbury?].

Rev. Sowles on Wednesday, Nov. 30th, 1910, united in marriage, Voll Adams, of Braemer county, Iowa, and Miss Grace Willey, of Pocahontas county, Iowa.

The remains of James Marden, who died at Eleajon, California, were brought to this city for burial Monday night, and the funeral was held on Tuesday. The remains were laid to rest in the Worthington cemetery.

H.M. Roshon made a business trip to Heron Lake Wednesday.

George Alborn, of LeMars, Iowa, was a business visitor in Worthington Wednesday.

Miss Florence Yates, of Lakefield, visited in the city a few days this week, the guest of Mrs. Luella Lawton.

Miss Ethel Matheny, of Mankato, arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon for a couple of days visit with friends.

Mr. Goth, who has been the guest of relatives in Worthington, returned to his home in Iona, Minn., Tuesday.

Mrs. M.M. McCann and daughter, Rosa, of Lismore, were visiting with friends in the city the latter part of last week.

John Miller, residing north of town is now employed in the round house having commenced upon his duties on Monday of this week.

Mrs. James Brown, of Lake Crystal, who has been spending a few days with Worthington friends, returned to her home Tuesday.

Mrs. M. Lindenburg and daughter, Hazel, of Reading, passed thru Worthington on their way home from a visit in Iowa, Wednesday.

Mrs. Boberg, who has been visiting with Mr. Gus Nystrom and family and other relatives, returned to her home in Westbrook Tuesday.

Mrs. Songer wishes to thank the many friends who so kindly contributed to her in her hour of need, caused by the fire in her residence on Wednesday morning.

W.J. Davis and A. Melroy, of Magnolia, were in the city Tuesday and rented the Wilson building next to the City Hall, which they will use as a roller skating rink.

Oscar Young, of Wilmont, stopped off in Worthington a short time the first of the week on his way home from St. Paul, where he had been taking the 32nd degree in Masonary.

S.L. Brush and family, of Whiton, Iowa, arrived in Worthington Wednesday night with two cars of household goods and effects and will make their home on a farm near Reading.

Miss Jeanette Clark, of Minneapolis, was the guest of her mother and sister several days the past week. She is employed as window trimmer in one of the largest stores in Minneapolis and is prospering nicely.

Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Smith, of Fairmont, were the guests of T. Hutton and family the first of the week. Mr. Smith returned to his home Tuesday and Mrs. Smith left for a visit with relatives in Oklahoma.

Leo. J. Kentner, of Lismore, was calling on old friends in town a few hours Sunday.

T.A. Palmer, the music man, was transacting business at Brewster a few hours today.

Harry Edstrom, of Windom, was a visitor to Worthington the latter part of last week.

Benjamin Bristo, of Bigelow, was a business visitor to the county seat a few hours today.

Mrs. McClintock, of St. James is in the city, the guest of Mrs. A.A. ______ and family.

William Schroeder, the real estate man, was transacting business at Heron Lake Tuesday.

G.B. McMurthry left the first of the week on a business trip to Mt. Lake and Westbrook.

Mrs. Black went to Luverne the latter part of last week for a few days visit with relatives.

J.D. Giberson, of Wilmont, was in Worthington Sunday for a short visit with acquaintances.

Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Steffens and family ate turkey with John Salstrom and family, at Bigelow.

Walter Roes, of Adrian, was shaking hands with friends in the city one day the first of the week.

Clinton Goodrich, of Currie, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Goodrich, last week.

Mrs. W.M. Evans came down from St. Paul the latter part of last week for an over Sunday visit.

W.C. Wyatt, of Bigelow, was transacting business at the county capitol the latter part of last week.

E.L. Ecker, of Heron Lake, was transacting business with Worthington people the latter part of last week.

Mesdames Grant and Young, of Wilmont, were the guests of Mrs. G.A. Benson the latter part of last week.

S.L. Chapin, of Luverne, was among the visitors from that place to Worthington on business Wednesday.

S.G. Campbell, of Lake Wilson, was transacting business with Worthington people the first of the week.

Miss Margaret Triton, of Fulda, arrived in the city the first of the week and is engaged as waitress at Steffens' restaurant.

Mrs. Swanson and daughter, of Russen, Minn., were the guests of the Benson families a couple of days the latter part of last week.

Mrs. Lamb, of Eau Claire, Wis., arrived in the city the first of the week for a visit at the Will Stoutemyer home, and also to look after her property interests in this vicinity.

Miss Opal Luehrs, of the Windom schools, and Miss Pearl Luehrs, of the Luverne schools, spent a few days in the city the latter part of last week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Luehrs.

Ben Hildyard returned to his studies at Highland Park College in Des Moines, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Protextor, of North Dakota, were the guests of Mrs. Nellie White Wednesday.

The family of N. Klaras were released from quarantine from diptheria the first of the week.

Messrs. Will Schafer and Roy Smith, of the Smith Implement company's force, were transacting business at Wilmont today.

Dr. and Mrs. Manson returned the latter part of last week from Mankato, where they had been spending Thanksgiving with relatives.

Messrs. A.D. Scougal and J.R. Bahne of Sibley were visiting in the city a few hours today. We acknowledge a very pleasant call.

Ben Sobal came over from Sioux Falls Wednesday night for a short visit with old friends. He left on Thursday afternoon for the twin cities.

The condition of Mrs. Wilson Abbott, who is ill at the Humiston Hospital, still continues to improve and it is thought that she will be able to be out in a couple of weeks.

Monday was the forty-second birthday of William Burchard and the evening was celebrated by a number of his friends congregating at his home and enjoying an elegant repast.

Thursday, December 8, 1910

EARLY SETTLER DIES

William Dwyer, One of the Oldest Settlers Passes Away.

William Dwyer, one of the earliest pioneers of Nobles county, died at his home in Lorain township, on Sunday, December 4th, 1910.

The funeral services were held on Wednesday morning at the Catholic church in Brewster, conducted by Rev. Father Sherman, and the remains laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery beside those of his wife.

In speaking of the life of Mr. Dwyer, the Nobles County History says:

"Among a few surviving pioneers of Nobles county whose date of arrival antedates the coming of the railroad is William Dwyer, who has made his home on his Lorain farm since the summer of 1871. He is the earliest settler in that township and has passed through the period

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the family home in Nobles county 1877. To them were born eight children, as follows: Daniel, unmarried, resides on the home farm, Thomas, a line repairer, of Butte, Montana, where he has lived twenty five years; William, who resides with his father on the home farm; John, at home; Bertha, at home; Annie, (Mrs. Peter Williams) residing at Grinley, California; Katie, (Mrs. Hugh Gallagher), of Chico, California; Mary, (Mrs. John Gallagher), of Chattaroy, Washington, near Spokane.

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A.L. Canfield left Saturday for Luverne, where he will make his future home, and will at once commence upon the manufacture of his washing machine.

Mrs. G. Smith arrived in Worthington the first of the week for a visit with friends. She is also visiting with her sister, Mrs. Larson, in Elk township.

L. Triplett Tuesday of this week moved his family to Lake Wilson, where he is engaged in the mercantile business. They will ge greatly missed from our city.

Mr. Hornbeck, who has been a member of the firm of Mason & Hornbeck, tile diggers, on Wednesday departed with his family for their old home in Streetor [Streator], Illinois.

Ole Landberg made a short business trip to Sibley Tuesday or returning on the afternoon train.

Mrs. A.H. Bedient and daughter, Lottie, returned Tuesday morning from Lake City, where they had been visiting relatives.

Mrs. M.R. Morman, of Iona, returned to her home Tuesday morning, after having visited with her sister, Mrs. George Pfarrar.

Mrs. Gillette left the latter part of the week for Chicago, to be absent a few days on business connected with her millinery establishment.

Mrs. Clarence Saulpaugh returned to her home in Mankato Tuesday morning, after having visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Allen.

Ed. Ullrich has accepted a position in Blume's studio. Mr. Blume has been forced to add extra help on account of his large increasing business.

James Montgomery departed on Tuesday afternoon for Kittson county, Minn., where he will be for about a week looking after his business interests.

The new passenger train on the Omaha between Worthington and Sioux City has been awarded a regular crew. H. Henton is the conductor, A.A. Goodrich, engineer, and Earl Barkelew, brakeman.

Henry Ahrens, of Brewster, is having some experience with his automobile. One day last week he had the misfortune to run into a telegraph pole and later ran over a little boy in Heron Lake, injuring him seriously, if not fatally.

Fred Sanderson left on Friday last for a visit with relatives in Texas.

Attorney Stelle S. Smith went to Brewster Tuesday for a few hours business visit.

J.M. Long is moving this week into the Hilary place, where he will reside until next spring.

William Ferguson went to Brewster Tuesday morning to attend the funeral of William Dwyer.

Attorney Manley P. Thornton left Monday morning for Sibley and other Iowa points on business.

Henry Marshall has moved into the residence recently vacated by Mr. Hornbeck, on Fifth avenue.

Miss Lillian Spellman departed Saturday morning for Fulda for a few days visit with relatives and friends.

C.J. Jones, superintendent of the Bigelow schools, was calling on old friends in town a short time Saturday.

A.F. Dring and J.C. Williamson left Friday night for Riceville, Iowa, called there by the illness of her sister.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haggard, of Round Lake, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Tripp the first of the week.

Mrs. William Ferguson left Monday afternoon for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Pat J. Silver, of Brewster.

William Pipenstock, of Wayne, Nebraska, was in the city looking after his land interests the latter part of last week.

Ray Kunzman is the new night man at the Omaha lunch counter, having commenced his duties the latter part of last week.

John O'Connor, who was until recently the driver of Torrance's delivery wagon, is now a member of Fred Rose's dray force.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Plotts arrived in the city the latter part of last week from North Dakota, for a visit with his father and sisters.

George LeGroose, who is employed at Lawrence's furniture store, went over to Adrian Sunday morning to spend the day with his family.

Joe Hildyard left Sunday night for Mankato, where he will attend the Mankato Commercial College. He was a student of that school last year.

Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Marr left Monday afternoon for a four months' visit with friends in Oklahoma. They will visit Elreno, Panca and Oklahoma City.

A number of the friends and neighbors of Richard Schulze surprised him on Friday evening. The occasion was the forty-second anniversary of his birth.

John Flynn left the first of the week for his home at Vail, Oregon, after having spent several weeks in this city and vicinity visiting with relatives and friends.

Mrs. William DeVaney left this Thursday morning for a visit with friends in Sibley.

Mr. G.E. Brown, of Payensville, the first of the week, visiting with his brother-in-law, J. Lawson.

Mrs. Emily Tripp, of Round Lake, is visiting in the city, the guest of her son, Harry R. Tripp and family.

Mrs. E.S. Smith has been confined to the house for the past week with a very severe attack of erysipelas.

Henry Ubben, of Rushmore, was in the city on business Wednesday and made the Globe office a pleasant call.

R.T. Clark, of Indian Lake township, was in town Wednesday and made the Globe office a very pleasant call.

Mr. Gregerson, of Round Lake, was transacting business in town Wednesday and visiting with his son, Martin.

Joe Lowe is another of the unfortunates who is very ill with erysipelas, there being several cases in town.

Mike Reiter, of Adrian, was calling on old friends and transacting business at the county capitol Wednesday.

Geo. D. Lawson returned Monday morning from Minneapolis, where he visited friends for several days and transacted business.

Mrs. E.J. Jones returned Friday from St. Paul, where she was a guest at the home of State Librarian John E. King, for several days.

Ben Swarting, of Round Lake, was in Worthington Wednesday, shaking hands with old friends. He was on his way to Sioux City on business.

Marriage licenses were granted the past week to William Peters and Nellie Rosie Sullivan, both of Nobles county, and to Chester H. Knudson and Hannah Norland, both of Nobles county.

L.H. Gray was transacting business at Round Lake the latter part of last week.

Mrs. C.M. Cory spent a couple of days the first of the week with her parents in St. Paul.

Oscar Larson is a new employee in Bramer's meat market. He will work in the killing department.

Mrs. August Klessig, of Bigelow, was visiting with friends in the city and doing some shopping today.

We are pleased to note that Mrs. L.R. Gholz, who has been very ill with typhoid fever, is improving.

Messrs. E.H. Beumar and J.E. Duwa, of Rock Valley, Iowa, were in Worthington Tuesday on business.

Joe Midoe, of Adrian, was in the city the first of the week transacting business and calling on old friends.

Captain J.C. Casareto returned this afternoon from Sioux Falls, where he has been visiting with relatives.

Born -- To Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, residing three miles south of Worthington, on Wednesday, November 30, 1910, a daughter.

P.E. Spencer of Truman, Minn., came over the first of the week for a visit with his brother, L.E., the popular clerk at the Herbert Drug Company.

P.J. Whalen left Thursday morning for Bauman, North Dakota, where he will inspect a farm with the intentions of buying. He will be absent from the city about a week.

Theodore Olson has sold his farm in section 21, Lorain township, to a gentleman from Martin county. The purchaser will move onto it in the spring.

Eberhart is the name given to a new arrival in the home of the Duweenogger family residing near Wilmont. The youngster made his arrival on November 13th and is the tenth in the family.

Clerk of Court Humiston is expected home from a month's sojourn in Texas on business.

Henry Hanson, of Luverne, was transacting business in Worthington one day this week.

G. Schaefer, of Tripp, N.D., was in the city Wednesday looking after business interests.

Mr. and Mrs. John Roth, of George, Iowa, were the guests of his brother G.W. and family, the first of the week.

Fred Jobin returned from Bigelow Wednesday, where he had been on business for the Smith Implement Co.

Mrs. J.T. Smallwood, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Mattison, ____ to Heron Lake Wednesday for short visit.

Mrs. Kelley, of Chicago, who has been the guest of her brother, Sheriff Fauskee, departed this morning for her home.

P.J. Martin, the newly elected Clerk of Court, went to Brewster Wednesday to attend the funeral of William Dwyer.

Mrs. Petrie, who has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Stelle S. Smith for some time past, departed Thursday morning for Alma, Mich., for a visit with her son.

C.H. Knudson and Miss Hannah Norland were married in Henry Blume's studio on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 1910, Rev. I.D. Alvord officiating. The young people are both residents of Nobles county and will make their home on a farm on the Jackson road. A reception was given to them at the home of Ole Norland, near Brewster, in the evening. The Globe extends congratulations.

Thursday, December 15, 1910

William Day, of Adrian, was visiting among friends in this city on Sunday.

Mrs. A.R. Albertus left Friday for a few days' visit with relatives in St. Paul.

O.H. Thompson, of Round Lake, was a Worthington visitor the latter part of last week.

Art Hildyard was home over Saturday and Sunday to visit with his parents and old friends.

Harris Darling left Saturday afternoon for St. Paul, where he will work on the street car system.

Mr. and Mrs. James Isom were among the visitors to Sioux City Friday on a shopping expedition.

W.D. Boddy went over to Rushmore Wednesday afternoon for a visit with relatives and friends.

Messrs. George W. Baker and W.O. Tilman, of Wilmont, were transacting business in Worthington last Tuesday.

Effie Dodge came over from Adrian Friday afternoon for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Wolven.

William Potter arrived in the city Thursday from Drinkwater, Canada, for a visit with his father, Ben Potter.

John King, of Lismore, was visiting with old friends and transacting business at the county capitol the first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. William Peters, of Windom, returned to their home the first of the week, after a visit at the home of J.H. Maxwell.

Miss Luedtke, of Fairmont, who has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E.L. Schwartz, and family, departed on Wednesday for her home.

Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Frink, of Flandreau, South Dakota, arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit with his son, J.S. Frink and family.

Mervin, Orville and Hazel Gage, of Sioux City, returned to their home Wednesday afternoon, after a visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Muck, and other relatives.

William Swanson returned Tuesday from Walthill, Neb., where he had been for some time.

A.R. Albertus visited with friends and relatives in Jackson Sunday. The trip was made via auto.

Mrs. James Mason, of Webster City, Iowa, visited in the city and few days this week with old friends.

Miss Edith Wiggin, of Adrian, was visiting in the city this week, the guest of Charles Duell, and family.

Miss Lottie Bedient has resumed her duties in Steffens' restaurant, after an absence of about three weeks.

Mrs. M.A. Coughran, of Sioux Falls, arrived in the city Monday for a visit with her son, Frank and family.

Guy Dring, who has been visiting at the home of A.F. Dring and family, returned to his home in Iowa, Monday.

Clifton and Everet Christensen left the latter part of last week for a visit with friends at Round Lake, returning on Tuesday.

Miss Irma Thiele came up from Sibley Wednesday for a visit with old friends. She was employed by Miss Coggins as trimmer last spring.

Miss Huntington, of Windom, will have a hand-painted china sale at the home of Mrs. A.C. Dickenson Friday afternoon and evening, Dec. 16.

John Dorn, of Adrian, was among the visitors from that place to Worthington Tuesday. He was transacting business before the probate court.

Rev. Dennis left Wednesday afternoon for Luverne to be present at the ordination of the priesthood of Rev. J.D. Salter, which occurred that evening.

George Tunstall and daughter, Miss Ida, of Luverne, returned to their home in Luverne the first of the week, after a visit at the home of F.M. Jones.

The family of John Lawson was released from quarantine the latter part of last week. The doctors are of the opinion that the diptheria in town is about wiped out.

On Saturday, Dec. 10th, Judge Cory united in marriage Albert Holmquist and Hulda Swanson, of Adrian. The Globe extends congratulations to the happy couple.

John Davis, of Loraine township, has been making some good improvements on his farm. He has a new house already enclosed and will start a new barn in a few days.

Mrs. H. Knute was called to the home of her father, Mr. Cordas, in Jackson county, last Thursday. He was injured while driving a hay press, the doubletree breaking and one end flying back and striking his leg, which broke it.

Miss Lena Thom, of Ashton, Ia., who has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. William McKinney, returned to her home Wednesday, where she will remain until after the holidays. She will then return to Worthington and open a ladies dressmaking and tailoring establishment.

C.P. Pederson is now located at Sheldon buying chickens for a poultry concern.

Gus Shelquist, of Wilmont, was visiting with friends in the city last Tuesday and Wednesday.

Joe Ullrich is building a new addition on his house on his home farm, west of town. It will be 24x24 feet.

E.R. Humiston left Wednesday morning for the twin cities, where he will spend a few days with relatives.

Deputy Sheriff Ira Mishler was transacting business and shaking hands with old friends in Adrian Wednesday.

Mrs. Ella Krips, of Adrian, was in the city visiting Tuesday and transacting business before the probate court.

Rev. David Martin, of Round Lake, was in town Wednesday calling on friends. We acknowledge a pleasant call.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Doeden are the happy parents of a baby boy, which came to their home Saturday, Dec. 10th.

Mrs. L.D. Barnes left Wednesday afternoon for Algona, Iowa, where she will visit with her sister, Mrs. Mitchell for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. Ole C. Olson visited with relatives the latter part of the week at Reading. Ole is figuring on starting a lunch counter there in the near future.

Mrs. A.M. Whitehouse, who has been the guest of her brother, E.R. Carrier, and family, departed on Wednesday for her home in Houston, Minn.

Charles Paine had the misfortune last Saturday to have his hand caught in a corn picker and part of a finger taken off. He was brot [sic] to this city where a physician dressed the wound.

Judge P.E. Brown, of Luverne, was in town a short time Saturday. It was his intention to sentence Hilary White, but as the train he arrived on was late, he postponed the sentence to some time this week or next.

Fred Humiston returned the latter part of last week from a month' trip through Texas. He spent most of the time at his plantation near San Bernito, Fred says that Texas is coming right to the front and that he expects to again leave for there in about a month.

J.C. Spencer, of St. Paul, was shaking hands with old friends in town this week. A few days ago he was in Sleepy Eye and called upon Mr. Yates, a former resident of this city. Hi stated that he was well and hearty and greatly delighted to think that he was nearing the approach of his hundreth anniversary of his birth next March.

H.E. Whitechurch, of Mankato spent a few days in town this week, the guest of J.J. Kies.

William R. Rogers returned Tuesday morning from Mapleton, Iowa, where he had been on business.

H.V. Gallagher, of Windom, was among the visitors from that place to Worthington on business Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Stricker, of Windom, were visiting with friends in the city the latter part of last week.

L.H. Gray, of the Gray-Nelson Hardware Co., was transacting business at Sheldon, Iowa, the first of the week.

Peter Back [Black?], of Lismore, was calling on old friends and transacting business at the county capitol on Wednesday.

O.C. Long departed Tuesday morning for Winona, where he has accepted a position in the Winona Wagon Works.

E.L. Schwartz has resigned his position with the grain company at Miloma and is now making his home with his family in Worthington.

Messrs. J.H. Nugyard and J.H. Minderfaber, of Shokapee, Minn., were in the city the latter part of last week looking after business interests.

G.J. Savidge, of Sioux City, was visiting with old friends in town the first of the week on his way from Wilmont, where he is drilling a well for the city.

Miss Roda Spiker, who has been employed in the depot lunch counter, has resigned her position, and on Tuesday departed for her home in Chicago.

J.W. Wertz, the conductor who took Harvey Henton's place on the Sioux Falls branch, is going to make this his home as soon as he can secure a house.

E.H. Watts, of Davenport, Ia., was calling on old friends in town this week. Mr. Watts was formerly manager of the Hubbard & Palmer line of elevators and at one time made this city his home.

Mr. and Mrs. F.D. Everett and son, Francis, were the guests of H.A. Ackerman and family the first of the week, while on their way home from Hampton, Minn., where they had been visiting their son, J.D. Everett and family, who were former residents of this city. J.D. is an operator for the Great Western road.

A. Hardo is employed as clerk in Hart & Co's store during the holidays.

H.W. Severt and son, Vail, of Wilmont, were in the county capitol today, Thursday.

C.M. Hoffman, of Bigelow, was circulating among old friends in the city today, Thursday.

Fred Sanderson returned Sunday afternoon from a couple of weeks visit with people in Kansas.

Miss Gladys Hoffman, of Ellsworth, arrived in the city today for a visit at the home of L.H. Beckley.

C.H. Cotton, of Pipestone, was calling on old friends and transacting business in Worthington Wednesday.

Mrs. Crane was very seriously injured the first of the week by a fall. One arm was broken and her spine injured.

Mr. Dow, of Ransom township, arrived in the city today, Thursday, for a visit with his daughter, Miss Stella Dow.

H. Hopers, of Sheldon, Ia., was visiting among old friends in town the first of the week. He is a former Worthington boy.

Mrs. Mary Murphy and Mollie Lenz, of Adrian, visiting in this city the latter part of last week, at the home of Nick Klaras.

Mr. and Mrs. D. Salie, of Leota township, were in Worthington today on their way to Orange City, Ia where they will visit with relatives until after the holidays.

Rumor reached Worthington Wednesday of the death of John Sites, at Adrian. It seems he was hurt by a tree falling on him and afterwards died from the injuries.

Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Williamson will leave the first of the week for their new home on the Pacific coast. May health and prosperity follow them is the wish of their many Nobles county friends.

Paddy Tripp came over from Luverne this afternoon for a visit with old friends.

E.A. Tripp, of Round Lake, was visiting in the city a few days the first of the week.

Mrs. James Suddaby is helping out the Herbert Drug Co. force during the holiday rush.

R.N. Bodelson, of Dundee, was transacting business and shaking hands with old friends in town today.

Mrs. Mary Peterson, of Storden, arrived in the city this afternoon for a visit with friends and relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. William Baysinger, of Lismore, were visiting in the city with friends the first of the week.

Tom Hurd, of Sheldon, was in the city this week advertising a big sale for the Sherwood Stock Farm, near that place.

Jesse Black came over from Luverne the latter part of last week for a short visit with relatives and old friends.

The many friends of Mrs. L.R. Gholz will be pleased to learn that she is rapidly recovering from her attack of typhoid fever.

H. McFarland, of Portland, Ore., was in the city a short time Wednesday, visiting with his friends, J.S. Frink and Will Stoutemyer.

P.A. Schneidler, of St. Paul, representing the Underwood Typewriter Co., was in the city this week and made this office a pleasant call.

Mrs. A.S. Hogan arrived in Worthington from St. Paul, this afternoon for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Rippberger, and other relatives.

George Foelschow commenced work in Nelson's Cafe this morning. On account of his fastly increasing business, Ross has been forced to put on extra help.

William Stoutemyer, of this city, and Dr. Williams and T.A. Fallgater and C.W. Becker, of Wilmont were transacting business in Sioux Falls the first of the week.

Oscar Rickenburg and family and Isaac Carter and wife, arrived in Worthington Wednesday from Minse Oklahoma, and are looking for a location on a farm in this vicinity as the crops in Oklahoma were very poor last season.

TWENTY-NINE YEARS AGO
Items of Interest Clipped From the Advance About Our Citizens.

The Episcopal church is under roof. W.H. Bigelow, the builder, is pushing it rapidly.

Edw. Buchan has moved the Soule building back, raised it up, put on a new addition, mounted it with a skylight and will soon be ready for taking pictures.

Judge Severance sometimes indulges in a joke. The other day J.A. Town was called to the witness stand and the judge asked for his initials, and whether this was Julius A. Town. Mr. Town confessed. The judge then said with a smile, "you're the last Town laid out I suppose."

A.P. Miller has purchased the two lots and two houses on the corner of Tenth street and Fourth avenue and expects to build a printing office on the corner.

Fred Bloom has purchased the Colonel Clark property on Fifth avenue and has moved into town.

We stated last week that Mr. Darling, of Hersey, has sold eighty acres of his farm for $1,000. This farm was sold to John Walker, of Media, Parents. for $1,000 cash. This included a number of head of stock and a lot of farm machinery and household goods. Mr. Walker will be on it in the spring. Mr. Walker impresses us as a thorough man who will make a valuable citizen.

C. Dana has sold his quarter section of section 20, Summit Lake township, to his son, R.C. Dana, of Marton Co., who will locate on the farm.


Sisters' Hospital, Hot Springs, South Dakota

Thursday, December 22, 1910

FATAL ACCIDENT
John Seltz Meets Violet Death Tuesday Morning.
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Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Dring are the proud parents of a bright, bouncing boy, which was born to them Dec. 20th. Both mother and son are doing well.

Fred Gaiser went to Wilmont last Saturday on business and to visit with old friends.

Henry Butcher made a trip to Bigelow, Monday afternoon, returning on the night train.

Mrs. Anna Davis returned the latter part of last week from a visit with relatives at Adrian.

Arthur Smith, of Wilmont, was in town the latter part of last week visiting with his brother, Roy.

Miss Marie Schaeffer, of Adrian, was the guest of Worthington friends a few days this week.

L.H. Gray, of the Gray-Nelson Hardware Co., was transacting business in Wilmont the first of the week.

Wallace Smith, of Milwaukee, was in the city the latter part of last week, the guest of his brother, Roy.

Emery Riese, Wilmont's popular barber, was transacting business and calling on old friends in this town Monday.

Christ Peters, of Rushmore, was a business visitor in Worthington Saturday and made the Globe office a pleasant call.

Jay Hulser, of Akron, Colorado, was in the city on his way home last Friday, after having visited with his parents and old friends near Reading, Minn.

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Poole went to Bigelow last Friday afternoon and in the evening instituted a Yeomen lodge, with a membership of about twenty-five.

Mr. and Mrs. Grout, of Minneapolis, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Anthony the latter part of last week. They were on their way to Colorado, to spend the winter.

Mr. and Mrs. Sorrenson, of Brewster, were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Nelson, Monday. They were on their way to Sioux Falls for a several days visit with relatives and friends.

Nick Casareto, of Sibley, was in town the first of the week, the guest of relatives.

Miss Gertrude Mishler is assisting the Herbert Drug Co. this week, during the holiday rush.

Mrs. Bassett, of Rushmore, visited with Worthington friends a few days the first of the week.

J.C. Casareto made a trip to Sibley the first of the week on business and to visit with his brother.

Mrs. Fred Jason, of Mankato, arrived in the city Monday afternoon or a couple of days' visit with friends.

J.M. Long, who moved to Worthington last fall from South Dakota, moved onto the Hilary farm the first of the week.

Mrs. Mary Johnson, who has been the guest of Worthington friends, returned to her home in LeMars, Iowa, Saturday.

F.G. Herman, who lives near Rushmore, was in the city Tuesday, where he will look after land. He will also visit several other places before returning.

Miss Headley, of Luverne, county superintendent of the Rock county schools, was in attendance at the Teachers' and School Boards Meeting here the latter part of last week.

Leslie Luehrs came down from Minneapolis Saturday last and will spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Luehrs. Leslie is studying medicine at the State University.

A letter received from Ernest Wilkinson, who left about ten days ago for Florida, states that he likes the country very well and will settle there permanently. His family will dispose of part of his belongings here and will join him in the near future.

Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Cutler departed the first of the week for Clear Lake, Iowa, where they will spend a couple of weeks visiting with relatives. They will also visit at Nora Springs and Charles City. This is the first trip to these places in years.

Ray O'Connor went to Wilmont Saturday for a visit with old friends and playmates.

Daniel Shell went to Windom on business and to visit with old acquaintances Monday.

Mrs. H.W. Steffens went to Windom Wednesday afternoon for a short visit with friends.

L.H. Gray went to Minneapolis Monday night to visit with his parents and transact business.

"Hiko" Edwards came up from Sioux City the first of the week to spend a few days with old friends.

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Salstrom, of Bigelow, were visiting in the city Wednesday, the guests of relatives.

Eddie Heinz, of Brewster, returned to his home Sunday, after having visited at the home of George Pfarrer.

Mrs. A.C. Dickens went to Windom Wednesday for a short visit with friends, returning this morning.

Miss Sarah Glasgow, of Adrian, visited in the city a few days this week, the guests of relatives and friends.

L.A. Gregory, of Adrian, was calling on old friends and transacted business in Worthington the first of this week.

Geo. Lutz, who has been in the employ of the Western Implement Co., departed this morning for his home in Bigelow.

Mrs. Marie Marple, of Minneapolis, is visiting in the city, the guest of her mother, Mrs. John P. Biltgen, and other relatives.

Miss Sadie Goodell, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. L.R. Duxberry, departed last Friday for her home in Barnum, Minn.

T.B. Hildyard returned Tuesday from Currie, Minn., where he has been spending about six weeks looking after his farming interests.

Judge Cory on Wednesday, Dec. 21st, performed the ceremony that made John H. Johnson and Flora Haugland man and wife. These young people are from Adrian.

Miss Alice DeVaney arrived in the city last Friday for a visit with relatives and friends. On Tuesday she departed for Dell Rapids, S. Dak., to visit with her sister and family.

M.J. O'Connor, of Lismore, was making county capitol friends a visit Wednesday.

Wilson Abbott went to Valley Springs, S. Dak., Wednesday, to instruct the band.

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Paygle, of Sibley, were the guest of Worthington friends Wednesday.

M.G. Cummings, of Wilmont, was among the visitors to Worthington on the latter part of last week.

Fred Gaiser left Wednesday evening for Minneapolis, where he will enter the State Agricultural School.

John Larson came home Wednesday from G.A. [Gustavus Adolphus] College at St. Peter, and will spend the holiday season in this city.

Theo. Olson, of Grinnell, Iowa, came up Saturday to see about his farm, three miles east of town. He returned home Monday.

Ray Wolven is expected home today from Ames, Iowa, where he has been attending the agricultural college. Ray has had an attack of appendicitis.

Miss Helen Schaeffer passed through Worthington Wednesday afternoon on her way home to Adrian, from Minneapolis, where she has been studying music.

Miss Gertrude Johnson arrived home Tuesday from St. Peter, Minn., where she has been attending the G.A. College, and will spend the holiday season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson.

On Wednesday, Dec. 21st, Judge Cory united in marriage Henry A. Zimmerman of Plymouth county, Iowa, and Etta L. Johnson, of Beadle county, S. Dakota. This made the second ceremony that the Judge officiated at on that day.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Williams departed Wednesday afternoon for Montrose, Colorado, where they will spend Christmas with his brother, Roy. From there they will go to Portland, Ore., for a short time. Just where they will make their future home they are unable to state. Clarence will work at the carpenter trade for awhile until he finds some business to engage in.

A deal was consummated on Wednesday whereby the Western Implement Company disposed of their business to William Schafer and Charles Kuhl.
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Ben Reempts and family and John Green, of Reading, transacted business in town today.

William Hitchings, of Adrian, was shaking hands with old friends in this city this afternoon.

G.H. Luehrs went to Mankato this morning on business. He expects to return Friday morning.

Atty. L.S. Lammers, of Heron Lake, was transacting business in Worthington the first of the week.

Manager Boddy, of the moving picture show, was transacting business in Sioux City the latter part of last week.

A marriage license was issued this afternoon to George Jennings of Colorado, and Pauline Christopher, of Adrian.

Mr. and Mrs. George Calvert and family arrived in the city this afternoon for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Nelson and family.

E.A. Payne, who has been making Worthington and vicinity his home for the past six months, left this afternoon for Edgemont, S. Dakota.

Clerk of Court Fred L. Humiston issued marriage licenses to Henry Zimmerman and Etta L. Johnson, of Iowa, and to John H. Johnson and Flora Hougland, of Nobles county this week.

Judge Brown came over from Luverne this afternoon to hold a special term of court.
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People mentioned:
Hildray Herbert White;
Joe Uregal [a Russian], Mountain Lake, Cottonwood county;
Fred Hamprell, Mountain Lake;
Charles Richman.

Father J. Sand, of Wilmont, was in the city today, calling on old friends.

R.A. Grout, of Luverne, was transacting business in Worthington one day this week.

John Green, of Reading, was circulating among old friends in this city today, Thursday.

Banker A.D. LaDue, of Luverne, was transacting business in this city the latter part of last week.

Atty. Stelle S. Smith went to Brewster on legal business this morning, returning on the afternoon train.

Mrs. Thompson, of Round Lake, was in the city today visiting with friends and doing some Christmas shopping.

Messrs D.W. Wood, O.D. Nelson and G.H. Sandberg, of Windom, were business visitors to this city Wednesday.

Dan Fritz, of Adrian, was transacting business in Worthington today, and made the Globe office a pleasant call.

Thursday, December 29, 1910

YOUNG PEOPLE HAPPILY MARRIED
Worthington Young People Celebrate Holiday Season by Being Married.
TWO WEDDINGS SAME DAY
Dr. Selby and Miss Blanche Carr, and Frank E. King and Miss Arla M. Smith.

The pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Carr was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday, at 12 o'clock, when Mr. Orval Selby, of Edgemont, S. Dak., and Miss Blanch Carr were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. Ira D. Alvord, of the First Baptist church officiating.

The happy event was witnessed by a large number of the intimate friends and relatives of the bride and groom.

The marriage ceremony took place in the parlor under an arch of seven silver horseshoes. The beautiful ring ceremony was used.

Miss Alice Pannell played the wedding march, rendering the "Bridal Song, from Lohengrin," by R. Wagner. The bride was handsomely gowned in a costume of cream lace netting over white silk, it being her graduation dress.

The home had been beautifully decorated in honor of the occasion, the color scheme being the Xmas colors. A four-course luncheon was served, a number of the young lady friends of the bride presiding at the various tables. Each guest's plate being marked by a special card, designated especially for the occasion in gold ink.

Mr. Selby, the groom, is a young man of noble character and is quite well known to a number in the city, while the bride is one of Worthington's fairest daughters who has won the esteem and love of all who know her.

They received many beautiful and costly presents to remind them of the place they hold in the hearts of their friends and relatives. They left on the afternoon rain for Sioux City and Omaha, where they will spend a few days, thence to their future home at Edgemont, S. Dak.

A pleasant feature of the occasion was the presence of five grand-parents of the bride and groom.

The out of town guests were, Mr. A.J. Carr, grandfather of the bride, Mrs. S.J. Smith, Mrs. Gustavus J. Clark, Miss Cassandra R. Carr, all of Eau Claire, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Selby, grandparents of the groom, of Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Irvin and sons Frank and Paul, of Chamberlain, S. Dakota.

The Globe joins with their many friends in wishing them many eyars of wedded bliss.

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The home of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Smith was the scene of a very pretty wedding Wednesday evening, December 28, 1910, at eight o'clock, at which time their only daughter, Arla M. was united in marriage with Mr. George F. King, of Org.

The wedding march was played by Miss Mabel King, sister of the groom. Miss Louise King, a sister of the groom acted as bride's-maid, while Mr. Solon Renshaw, of Rushmore, a cousin of the bride acted in the capacity of best man to the groom.

Dr. G.A. Cahoon performed the wedding ceremony, using the beautiful and impressive ring service.

The bride was handsomely gowned in creme Peau de Soi silk and trimmed with silk net insertion. The rooms were tastily decorated in a white effect, pink and white carnations adding to their beauty. The bride and her maid each carried beautiful boquets of roses.

A bounteous wedding repast was served after the ceremony. A number of out of town guests were present.

Mr. and Mrs. King are both well known and estimable young people, and have the best wishes of a large circle of friends. They will reside in Worthington, and will soon be at home to their many friends.

The Globe joins with their host of friends in extending congratulations and good luck.

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Mr. and Mrs. John Frink spent Christmas with relatives and friends in Luverne.

B.T. McChesney, of Brewster, was in town on business and calling on old friends Tuesday.

Dr. Dodge, of Minneapolis, was in the city this week visiting with relatives and old friends.

Rueben Oakes, the principal of the Welcome schools, came over Friday to visit with relatives.

J.A. Town and daughter, Miss Julia, left Saturday morning for a few days visit at the twin cities.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jobin went to Mankato Saturday to eat Xmas dinner with Mrs. Jobin's mother.

H.S. Sherwin, of Sheldon, came up Saturday afternoon for a few days visit with relatives and friends.

Oscar Arneson left Monday for Conway, Mo., to visit with his grandma, Mrs. R.S. Austin, and other relatives.

Mrs. L.H. Gray returned Friday night from Joplin, Missouri, where she had been spending a few weeks with her parents.

Effit Dodge, of Adrian, was in the city the first of the week visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Wolven.

Superintendent Heeter, of the High School, left the latter part of the week for St. Paul, to spend the holiday vacation.

Arthur Hildyard, who is firing on the Omaha, spent a few days in the city this week, the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Hildyard.

Joe Hildyard came home from Mankato, where he is attending the Commercial College, Tuesday for a few days visit under the parental roof.

Miss Arlouine Loveless, who had been spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Loveless, returned to Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon.

Rev. A.M. Folk, of Welcome, returned to his home Wednesday morning, after having spent a couple of days in the city, the guest of Rueben Oakes.

Miss Mary Brandon returned to her home in Park Rapids, Tuesday afternoon, after having spent a few days with relatives and friends in Worthington and vicinity.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cobbin, of Luverne, were visiting in the city the first of the week. Mr. Cobbin was looking after a location for a moving picture show but found that the local show was all that people of the city could desire.

Jacob Saline returned Thursday night from Minneapolis, where he had been visiting.

W.M. Evans returned from the twin cities Thursday morning, where he had been on business.

Miss Bessie Anderson went to St. James Saturday to visit with her sister, Mrs. Roy Newman.

Mrs. Hildray White left Friday for Sioux City, where she will make her home with her parents.

T.A. Fallgatter, of Wilmont, was seen on the streets of Worthington shaking hands with old friends Wednesday.

C.E. Sims and family departed on Friday last for Lincoln, Ill., where they will visit relatives and old friends.

Sheriff Fauskee returned from St. Cloud Thursday morning, where he had taken "Spud" White to the reformatory.

Tom Innis came over from Luverne Monday afternoon to spend the balance of the day with Stanley Swanberg.

C. Lindstrom came from Chicago, Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends. He is attending a medical college there.

Miss Gilfey, of Latta's force of clerks, returned Wednesday from Lismore, where she had been visiting with her parents.

Harold Oakes came home from Ames the latter part of last week and is spending the holiday season with relatives and friends.

Miss Mable Clark returned to her home in Slayton Monday afternoon, after having spent Christmas in the city with relatives and friends.

Miss Benson, of the Worthington High School force, left Friday afternoon for Minneapolis, where she will spend the holiday vacation.

Miss Gladys Humbert, of Webster City, Iowa, arrived in the city the latter part of last week for a visit with her sister, Mrs. A.C. Dickens.

Mrs. S.B. Hand, of Hatfield, Minn., arrived in the city the latter part of last week for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.N. Wilson.

Charles Stanton arrived home the latter part of last week from Portland, Oregon, and will visit for a time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Stanton.

Miss Pearl Luehrs, who is teaching in the Luverne schools, came over to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Luehrs. Miss Opal also came home from Windom, where she is teaching in the high school.

Peter Anderson, Sr., who has been ill for some time past, is still confined to the house.

Emory Reese, of Wilmont, visited the county capitol on business the first of the week.

Arthur Hildyard went to Magnolia Tuesday night to visit friends and take in a dance.

F.M. Jones left Wednesday morning for Aberdeen, S. Dak., where he will transact business.

Fred Tripp was up from Round Lake the first of the week calling on relatives and old friends.

Jud Duell went to Lake Park, Ia., Tuesday morning on business, and returned on the afternoon train.

W.C. Wyatt, of Bigelow, was transacting business at the county hub the latter part of last week.

Ole C. Olson came down from Reading Tuesday morning for a short stay, returning on Thursday.

Miss Anna Davis went to Adrian Wednesday afternoon for a few days' visit with relatives and friends.

W.O. Tillman, of Wilmont, was transacting business in the city on Tuesday and visiting with acquaintances.

Mrs. Ellsworth, of Adrian, was visiting in the city Wednesday afternoon, the guest of her brother, L. Dow.

Mrs. Bertice Richards, of Sheldon, was visiting with relatives and friends in the city the first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. I.F. Kelley returned Tuesday night from Sioux Falls, where they had been visiting with relatives.

Peter Anderson, Jr., left the latter part of last week for Spencer, Iowa, to spend the holidays with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yahn are visiting with Mr. Yahn's sister, Mrs. Frank Wood. They leave today for a visit in North Dakota.

James Humbert and daughter, Gladys, of Webster City, Iowa, are visiting in the city, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. A.C. Dickens.

There was enough rice thrown at the depot Wednesday afternoon, upon the departure of Mr. and Mrs. Selby, to feed a small army of Chinamen.

Will Harris, of Luverne, was in the city Tuesday visiting with acquaintances and friends, while on his way to Sheldon to play for a dance.

Miss Emma Teitenberg, of Wilmont, visited in the city Friday last while on her way home to Wilmont from Mankato, where she is attending the Normal.

Hans Hanson, of Minneapolis, arrived in the city Saturday evening for a visit with his uncle, Jens R. Christenson, and family. He returned home Tuesday.

Chris Pederson, who formerly conducted a cream and poultry business in Worthington, has accepted a position with the Swift Packing Co., as traveling salesman.

George Dow, of Adrian, and Leonard Dow, of Sherman, S. Dak., were visiting in the city this week, the guest of their brother, L. Dow. They went from here to Missouri to visit with relatives.

Miss Julia Teitenberg, a former member of the Globe force, was visiting in the city the first of the week. She is now employed on the Flandreau, South Dakota Herald. She is also visiting her parents in Wilmont.

Miss Horswill, went to Windom the latter part of last week to spend the yuletide vacation.

W.M. Knapp, of Estherville, Ia., was among the visitors to Worthington the first of the week.

E.V. O'Brien, of Slayton, was transacting business in Worthington a couple of days this week.

E.L. Schwartz made a business trip to Sheldon, Wednesday afternoon, returning on Thursday.

Dan Nystrom went to Heron Lake on business Wednesday morning, returning on the afternoon train.

R.W. Smith, of Ashton, Illinois, was looking after business interests in Worthington and vicinity Tuesday.

Mr. O'Neill, of Forman, N.D., visited in the city the first of the week, the guest of Carl Bishop and family.

Mrs. Ralph Long came over from Adrian, Saturday, for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Eggleston.

The Misses Vera and Theda Everett, of Ash Creek, were the guest of their uncle, H.A. Ackerman and family Wednesday.

Messrs. W.J. Bork, A.J. Hanaman and Bert J. Arens, of Lake Park, were transacting business in Worthington Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Clement and son Dan, of Omaha, were visiting in the city this week, the guest of Mrs. Clements parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shell.

F.L. [P.L.?] Schneidler, of St. Paul, representing the Underwood Typewriter Company, was in the city Monday and made the Globe office a pleasant call.

Miss Blanche McMurthry, of Groten, S.D., who has been visiting with her uncle, G.E. McMurthry, and family, returned to her home Wednesday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Benson attended the celebration of the twenty fifth anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Coyer near Reading Tuesday.

Emil Johnson, arrived in the city from South Dakota, the latter part of last week and will spend two or three weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson.

Paddy Tripp came over form Luverne the latter part of last week and will make Worthington his home for the winter. The pumping station for the Omaha that Paddy had charge of is closed for the winter.

At the Presbyterian Sunday School last Sunday, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Superintendent, Mrs. Ludlow; Secretary, Fred Howard; Treasurer, Miss Prideaux; Librarian, Miss DeBoer; Organist, Miss Margaret McKay; Musical director, Mr. Phillips.

Alfred Nazarenus spent the first of the week in Elk township visiting with the Sevrison children.

L.E. Giles, of Sibley, Iowa, arrived here Tuesday and will operate the Globe's Linotype machine.

George W. Baker, of Wilmont, was transacting business and shaking hands with old friends in the city Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Rose, of Luverne, arrived here Saturday to spend the holidays with the former's parents.

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cashel left Wednesday morning for Winona, where they will spend a few days with his parents.

Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Kinsman left Wednesday afternoon for a few days' visit with relatives and friends at Lakefield and Jackson.

Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. M.J. Berriman and daughter M.D. Berriman, of Muncy, Parents. are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Taylor during the holidays.

Clifford Loveless and Francis Morgan left the first of the week for Fairmont and Minneapolis to visit with relatives and escape from the monotony of village life, for a short time.

Judge Cory has been doing a land office business in the matrimonial line lately. On December 2_, he united in marriage ____ Fisher, of O'brien county, Iowa, and Katie Dilly, of Osceola county, and on the 28th Cornelius J. and Claire Wiggins, of Sioux county, Iowa.

L.M. Thompson, of Winnipeg, Canada, arrived in the city the latter part of last week and will make this place his future home. Mr. Thompson and a brother have large land interests in this vicinity and will make this place headquarters. Mr. Thompson is negotiating with one of the local business houses and if satisfactory arrangements can be made will buy the place.

Fred Humiston will leave for Texas next week, where he will look after his plantation.

Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Kallenberg, of Carroll, Ia., spent Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. A.J. Woodford.

Elmer Ahlf returned Tuesday evening from LeSueur, Minn., where he had been visiting with his parents.

Nels Leon and daughter, Miss Martha, left this morning for Heron Lake, where they will visit for a short time.

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rew returned Wednesday from Lancester, Wis. They were accompanied by Sam Dawson.

Miss Rika Baron, of LeMars, Ia., visited in the city several days the past week, the guest of her friend, Gladys Woodford.

T. Jacobson, of Jewell Junction, Iowa, who has been looking after his large land interests in this vicinity, returned to his home this morning.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Amos Knutson, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ferdon, residing six miles north on the Fulda road, a baby girl.

Marriage licenses were granted during the past week to Cornelius J. Baker and Clara Wibbin, of Ia.; George F. King and Arla M. Smith, of Nobles county; Orval Selby and Blanche Carr, of Nobles county; Eltji Fisher and Katy Dilly, of Iowa.

J.M. Kimmell, residing near Worthington, was in town the latter part of last week and made this office a pleasant call. He stated that he had just sat in a picture in which three generations were represented. In the picture were Mr. Kimmell and wife, their daughter, Mrs. Will Dalhleim, and her daughter, Lulu, about a year old. In the picture were also the grand parents of the baby on its father's side, Mr. and Mrs. John Dalheim. The picture was intended as a present for Mr. Kimmell's father, John Kimmell, residing at Summerset, Penn. he is 84 years of age, and on account of ill health was unable to be present ot be taken in the photo.

NEWS OF YESTERDAY
Items of Interest Clipped from the Files of the Advance Over Thirty Years Ago

Dec. 27, 1877.

Thomas Crever and Miss Effa Darling were married on Sunday last at the M.E. church. If Thomas never calls his bride by other than her real name, there will be no chance for storms in that family.

Dec. 26, 1878.

Mrs. Dean and Mrs. Stockdale will receive calls on New Years Day at the home of the former.

Horace Mann is here form Missouri visiting his mother.

 

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Source:
Microfilm, Worthington Globe; Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN; obtained May, 2009.


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