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Thursday, July 7, 1910

H.M. Roshon went to Sioux City Saturday for a short visit.

The Misses Judith and Julia Holmberg, of Round Lake, were visiting in the city Friday last.

John Spielman was the lucky man who won the sewing machine in Torrance's egg contest.

Miss Hazel Birch went to Paullina, Iowa, Saturday, to spend the Fourth and visit with friends.

Mrs. Berkersham, of Lismore, was visiting with Worthington friends the latter part of last week.

Miss Margaret Haback went to Dundee Saturday to visit with relatives and friends, for a few days.

Henry Tietenberg, of Wilmont, was transacting business in the city the latter part of last week.

A.J. Fink, editor, banker and real estate agent, of Hills, Minn., was a pleasant caller at the Globe office Monday.

Mrs. John Wilson, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Ethel Hanson, went to Fulda Saturday for a visit with relatives.

James Mitchell, of Adrian, the state boiler inspector, was in Worthington on business connected with his office Friday.

Mrs. J.S. Lewis, of Sioux Falls, who had been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. J.H. Baker, returned to her home Friday.

J. Grtzman, of Sibley, Iowa, was in the city the latter part of last week. He has just recently purchased a farm in this county.

Mrs. F.H. Elbert, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Cutler, returned to her home in Lake Preston, South Dakota, Saturday.

Mrs. Hiltbrenner, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Henry Weidow, departed on Saturday for her home at Aberdeen, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pitcher, of Blue Earth, Minn., were visiting in Worthington the latter part of last week, the guests of Miss Edith Hall.

Miss Ilma E. Cale arrived in the city last week from Minneapolis and will spend her summer vacation at the home of her parents on route four.

Miss Wheeler, a former teacher in the Worthington schools, was visiting in the city the past week. She was on her way to Santa Cruz, California.

John Gronwald, of Sibley, Iowa, was in this vicinity last week looking over the real estate. He announced his intention of investing in this section.

C.N. Williams, who has been holding down the position of third trick telegrapher at the Omaha depot, has been transferred to the station at Bingham Lake.

Rev. and Mrs. A.H. Thurau, of Rushmore, are attending the Chautauqua this week. He is the pastor of the German Presbyterian church at that place.

Captain William Wigham, of Adrian, was in the city Friday last. He is one of the oldest settlers in the county, arriving about the time of the grasshoppers in the early seventies.

Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Kimmel and family went to Sheldon Saturday to spend the nation's holiday.

W.A. Peters and wife, of Windom, arrived in the city Saturday for a visit at the J.H. Maxwell home.

Mildred Cutler returned last Friday from Napington, Iowa, where she had been visiting with relatives.

Oscar Blood came home from Sioux City Saturday to take in the Chautauqua and spend the Fourth.

Miss Marie Dolan left Saturday for Spring Valley, Minn., where she will visit with friends for a time.

Miss Maple Clark, of Heron Lake, was the guest of relatives and friends in the city over the Fourth.

Florence and Leroy Maher went to Kinbrae Saturday to visit with relatives and friends over the Fourth.

Miss Judith Swanson, of Minneapolis, arrived in the city for a visit at the Wickman and Sterling homes.

J.D. Fraser, of Mound Lake, Kansas, was taking in the sights of Worthington the latter part of last week.

Mrs. R.E. Smith left Saturday afternoon for a visit with her parents and other relatives at Rushmore.

Miss Avia Voak, of Ipswich, South Dakota arrived in the city for a visit with relatives and friends last Friday.

Albert Anderson of Pennock, Minn., was the guest of relatives and friends in Worthington and vicinity this week.

Bevins Austin, of Des Moines, who has been a guest at the Smallwood home, departed on Saturday for Omaha.

Mrs. Chamberlain returned to her home in St. Paul Saturday, after having visited with her sister, Mrs. E.R. Humiston.

Henry Ehliers was home over the Fourth. He is now day chef at the lunch counter in the Salspaugh hotel at Mankato.

Mr. and Mrs. I.N. Wilson departed Saturday afternoon for Little Rock, Iowa, to visit with relatives and friends for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Canfield went to Luverne Saturday to visit over the Fourth with his parents, Senator and Mrs. Canfield.

Mrs. Geo. Root returned to her home in Delavan, Minn., after having visited with her sister, Mrs. Louis Larson, in this city.

Frank Brown, a former Worthington boy, but now of St. Paul, was visiting with old friends and acquaintances in town this week.

Miss Selma Jacobson arrived in the city from Mankato Saturday or a visit with her sister, Mrs. Ed Larson, and numerous friends.

Editor Eastwood, of the Heron Lake News, was calling on friends in Worthington last week. The Globe office acknowledges a pleasant call.

Editor Curtiss, of the St. James Plaindealer, was in the city taking in the Chautauqua this week. We acknowledge a very pleasant call.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Rust, of Reading were visiting in the city a few hours Saturday on their way to Morgan, Minn., for a week's visit with relatives.

J.S. Randolph and family, of Hospers, Iowa, are visiting with old friends in the city. Mr. Randolph was formerly editor of the Brewster Tribune and is now running a paper at Hospers.

Drs. R.W. and Cora Allen, Dr. Burroughs and wife, E.J. Gebbie and wife, and Miss Moritz, of Heron Lake, came over in automobiles Sunday and visited the various hospitals in the city.

Rev. J.H. Mueller, of Brewster, occupied the pulpit in the German Lutheran church Sunday, in the absence of the pastor, Rev. Schmid, who was in Iowa, attending the marriage of his brother.

Co. F will leave Thursday morning, July 14, for Lake City and will go into camp at Camp Lakeview. The boys have been drilling hard lately and are in first class condition, and we expect to here some good reports from them during the encampment.

Herman Buss went to Peoria, Illinois, Friday for a visit with relatives.

Mrs. Mott returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives at Luverne.

Mr. and Mrs. James Mott left Tuesday afternoon for a visit at Sioux Falls.

Fred Joabin went to Mankato Saturday for a couple of days' visit with friends.

W.W. Milbraith was transacting business in Fairmont the latter part of last week.

Mrs. Matt Reistroffer, of Brewster, was visiting with Worthington people Tuesday.

C.A. Tatan, of Ocheyedan, was transacting business in Worthington Tuesday.

W.B. Hanna arrived in the city Saturday from Burt, Iowa, for a visit with friends.

Miss Julia Hyland went to St. James this week, where she will teach in the summer school.

Stanley Swanberg came over from Luverne to spend the Fourth and visit with his parents.

Fred Netter is home on a visit. He has been firing on the Great Northern Road on the Montana division.

Miss Mary Wilson returned home this week from Pipestone, where she has been visiting with her sister.

Mr. and Mrs. William Gross, who have been the guests of Lee Beech and family, went to Pipestone Wednesday.

Mrs. C.F. Miller, of Aurelia, Iowa, returned to her home Wednesday, after a visit at the home of Chas. Foelschow.

Miss Lavina Wilson, of Northfield, who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W.R. Sullivan, will leave Friday for Chicago.

Mrs. Ralph Long came over form Adrian Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends and to attend the Chautauqua.

Mrs. Ira Mishler and daughter, Marjorie, departed Tuesday afternoon for Sanborn, Iowa, where they will visit with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. James Lawrence, of Marshall, Minn., returned to their home Wednesday morning, after having visited with their son, G.R., and wife.

Bert Demuth, of Adrian, was in the city Wednesday on his way home from Waterloo, Iowa, where he had been attending the funeral of his sister, Mrs. John Kemp.

Mr. and Mrs. John Tolverson, Mr. and Mrs. John Hyslop and Mrs. Hawell, were a party from Fulda visiting with friends and attending the Chautauqua the first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conan, of Sibley, Iowa, came up Monday and were viewing some of the farms in this vicinity. We understand that they will probably invest near town and make this their home.

Mrs. R. Prideaux had the misfortune to break both bones of her left arm above the wrist Wednesday night. She was leaving the Dave Anthony home and, going down the steps, missed one and fell, striking on her arm.

Miss Marie Schaffer, of Adrian, is visiting in the city, the guest of friends.

Gideon Thompson, of Waterloo, Iowa, was transacting business in Worthington the first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. McKeever are the proud parents of an eleven-pound boy, born on Thursday, June 30th.

George Janama, of Hospers, Iowa, has accepted the position of day baggageman at the Omaha depot.

Ike Newman is wearing a couple of fingers in bandages, the result of holding a firecracker too long on the Fourth.

Messrs. Wilson Abbott and Arthur Sather went to Sioux Falls Wednesday afternoon to take in the Ringling Brothers' circus.

The usual services at the M.E. church next Sunday morning at 10:30. The Rev. Oscar Smith, of Plainview, Minn., will occupy the pulpit. All are welcome.

Attorney Stewart, of Windom, was in town the first of the week. We understand that Mr. Stewart will be in the field for the nomination of judge of this district.

E.W. Brown, of Luverne, was a business visitor to Worthington Monday.

James Baird, Sr., of Rushmore, returned to his home Wednesday evening, after a few days' stay in the city.

J. Gregg and wife, of Hospers, Iowa, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William McKinney the first of the week.

Louis Johnson has been appointed mail carrier on route one at Round Lake, with Andrew Johnson as substitute.

C. Leroy Stone, of Lakefield, was among the Worthington visitors this week.

Judge P.E. Brown, of Luverne, was visiting with old friends in town this week.

Will Lemm, a former resident of this city, was in town this week. Mr. Lemm has had the misfortune to lose [one] of his limbs since he was here. While out hunting a companion wishing to alight from the rig, laid his shot gun over Will's knee and in some manner it was discharged, the shot from both barrels entering his leg. It was so badly shattered that amputation was necessary.

Mrs. .S. Hilary took the afternoon train Tuesday for Winona, called there by the serious illness of her husband. Mr. Hilary went to Winona about two weeks ago for medical treatment.

W.R. Borst and sons, Fenton and Milton, were Worthington visitors this week. Mr. Borst is a candidate for the nomination of Judge of this judicial district.

J.G. Peterson, of near Mountain Lake, was a Worthington visitor on business the first of the week. He was in this vicinity looking over the land proposition with a view of locating.

J.W. Madison, of near Remsen, Ia., was in this vicinity the latter part of last week, looking after his land interests.

Col. Everett, of Fairmont, was a Worthington visitor Thursday of this week and made the Globe office a pleasant call.

W.G. Myers left this morning for a few days' visit at the twin cities and other points in the northern part of the state.

Moulton Smallwood gave a very pleasant steamboat party last week in honor of his cousin, Bevins Austin, of Des Moines.

Geo. Kunzman reports business in navigation on Lake Okabena good. The Little Sioux steamer, of which he is captain, is loaded with passengers each trip to and from the Chautauqua grounds. The boat also makes trips around the lake and is patronized well in general.

Thursday, July 14, 1910

Joined in Wedlock.

A very pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Wednesday afternoon ,at 2:30, when Miss Edna Keasey, a sister of Mrs. Ford, was united in marriage to Mr. Roy Vernes, Rev. Ira D. Alvord officiating.

A bountiful wedding dinner was served after the ceremony by Mrs. Ford for the bridal party and guests.

The bride is well known to many in Worthington and is a young lady highly esteemed by all her acquaintances. Mr. Vernes is a young man of sterling character and holds a responsible position with the Omaha railway company.

The young couple left on the afternoon train for Sioux Falls, S.D., where they expect to make their future home.

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Frank Scholtis, of Ellsworth, was in the city on business Monday.

J.M. Johnson on route 2 has a fine piece of rye which he is now cutting.

Dr. Nott came up from Sioux City on professional business Wednesday.

Miss Lizzie Cree went to Sioux City Wednesday for a couple of days' visit.

Vergie and Gertie Rose went to Alton, Iowa Wednesday for a few days' visit.

J.J. Heim, of Adrian, was among the county seat visitors the first of the week.

Attorney Jay Kendicott, of Adrian, was transacting business at the county seat Tuesday.

Dr. Curran, of Mankato, was in the city on professional business the first of the week.

Leroy Stone, of Lakefield, has accepted the position as night man at the depot lunch counter.

George W. Baker, of Wilmont, was calling on friends and transacting business in the city Tuesday.

Charles Gilligan arrived in the city Sunday from Omaha and is a guest at the John Lawson home.

Mrs. C.E. Boddy returned to her home in Rushmore Tuesday, after having visited relatives in this city.

Miss Elizabeth Holmberg, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. P.J. Nystrom, left Wednesday for her home.

R.E. Maxwell arrived in the city last week from Morrison, Illinois, and will spend the summer in this vicinity.

Miss Ilma Cale returned to Minneapolis Saturday, after having spent a couple of weeks with her parents here.

Mrs. I.D. Alvord and children left Wednesday morning for a visit with relatives and friends at Lake Benton, Minn.

Charles Bryan, of Cedar Rapids, arrived in the city last week for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Bryan.

Mrs. William Dilly and children returned to their home in Westfield, Ia., Tuesday, after a visit with relatives and friends in this city.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arneson, residing near Worthington, departed Wednesday morning for Appleton, Minn., to attend the funeral of his brother.

Mrs. Louise Nisson, of Corona, California, and sister, Mrs. Mattie Thomte, of Lisbon, North Dakota, arrived in the city last week for a visit with relatives and friends.

W.W. Benjiman and daughter, W.L. Kinsman and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Warek arrived in the city from the southern part of Illinois for a visit with relatives Wednesday.

Lieut. Gov. Smith, of Minneapolis, arrived Friday last for a week's visit at the home of Daniel Shell. He was accompanied by his family, and while here they attended the Chautauqua.

Editor Curtiss and family returned to their home in St. James Tuesday, after having spent about two weeks in the city. They report a pleasant time on the banks of Lake Okabena and at the Chautauqua.

A great sorrow darkened the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Potter last Saturday, when their nine-year-old son succumbed to an attack of scarlet fever and passed to the great beyond. They bereaved family has the sympathy of the entire community.

Craig Gilmore, owner of section 23, Ewington township, Jackson county, was killed by an automobile at his home in Gibson City, Ill., last week. The machine was running about four miles an hour and was driven by a woman. Mr. Gilmore saw the machine coming but made no effort to get out the way. He has many friends who deeply regret his death.

Adam McCune returned home Tuesday from a two months' visit in Illinois.

Mrs. Arneson, of Luverne, was visiting with friends in the city Wednesday.

Mrs. G.L. Goodell and baby left Wednesday for a visit with relatives at Duluth.

D.E. Avery has accepted a position at the Worthington Concrete & Tile Factory.

Mrs. Warren Marks of Lake, Iowa, who has been the guest of Miss Mattie Hastings returned to her home Monday.

William Cline, of Adrian, was in the city the first of the week transacting business.

John McBrainey, of Muskogee, Oklahoma, was in Worthington on business Tuesday.

James Arnold, of Mankato, was trying his luck with the finny tribe in the lake this week.

Mrs. A. Hawley went to Adrian Wednesday to visit with her sister, Mrs. Effie Dodge.

Miss Laura Cashel, of Winona, arrived in the city Friday for a visit with her brother, J.A., and family.

William Taylor came down from Minneapolis the latter part of last week for a visit with Worthington people.

John Doeden, south of town, was seen with a brand new binder. That means that he will soon begin cutting grain.

Miss Grace Skow, of Westerly, Iowa, who has been the guests of relatives in the city, returned to her home Wednesday.

Louis Wall, who has been the guest of old friends in the city, departed on Thursday of this week, for his home at Wabay, S.D.

Mrs. G.A. Cahoon and son, Sidney, departed Wednesday morning for Red Wing, Minn., where they will visit with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson arrived in the city this week and are camping on Lake Okabena. They have land interests in this county.

N.H. Austin of Eagle Grove, Iowa, was transacting business and visiting with relatives in the city the first of the week.

Miss Sophia Jacheck, of Aberdeen, South Dakota, arrived in the city the latter part of last week for a visit at the H.D. Moeller home.

George F. Atkinson, of Hartley, Texas, was in Worthington and vicinity last week looking over real estate with a view of purchasing. J.C. Todd, of Beaver Creek, a former resident of this city, came over Tuesday to visit with friends. He went into camp with Company F.

Miss Bertha James, the piano player with the Ramos Spanish Orchestra, which played at the Chautauqua last week, is a cousin of Mrs. C.J. Smallwood.

Lee Beech and family will leave this week for Minneapolis, where they will make their future home. Mr. Beech has been employed as baker in the Loveless bakery.

Mrs. Olaf Wick and two children, who have been the guests of her brother, N. Klaras, and family, departed on Tuesday for their home at Rochester, Minn.

Rev. and Mrs. D.D. Day, of Lake Benton, who have been the guests of their daughter, Mrs. I.D. Alvord, departed on Tuesday for Pipestone, where they will attend the Chautauqua.

William Belmont Lusk and Miss Pauline Agnes Reynolds were married at the residence of the bride's parents, in Bigelow, Tuesday, Rev. G.A. Cahoon officiating. They will make their home in Sheldon.

Miss Rose Sather left Wednesday for a visit with relatives at Seaforth, Minn.

James Olson, of Madelia, was a Worthington visitor on business Tuesday.

J.L. Hill, of Minneapolis, was in the city and vicinity this week on business.

Lee Beech was a visitor to Sibley on business the latter part of last week.

Judge Brown, of Luverne, was in the city and vicinity on business Saturday.

C.S. Jones, formerly superintendent of schools at Dundee, was in the city Tuesday.

Mrs. J.T. Smallwood left Saturday for New Ulm, for a few days' visit her sister.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Cook, of Bison, South Dakota, were visiting in the city Sunday.

Dr. J.T. Smallwood went to St. James Monday morning on professional business.

Mrs. Brickett, of Pipestone, arrived in the city Friday to visit Lee Beech and family.

Virgil Fellows and wife arrived in the city Friday for a visit with relatives and friends.

Miss Dorothy Wiley, of St. James, was visiting with friends in the city Wednesday.

Mrs. Emma Whitham of Pontiac, Ill., is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wm. Hastings.

William Marshman, of Eldorada, Ia., was in the city this week visiting with friends and relatives.

Miss Thea Olson, of St. Peter, is visiting in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Elmer Kysar.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Prideaux, of Adrian, were the guests of Worthington relatives last week.

Dr. A.R. Schmid left this week for Lake City, Minn., to spend ten days with the militia company.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Rippberger, of Eau Claire, Wis., are here for a two weeks' visit with their parents.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Irwin are rejoicing over the arrival of a ten pound boy at their home on Tuesday, July 12.

Ralph Long, of Adrian, was in the city Wednesday. He brought over four new buggies for Frank Eggleston.

Miss Naomi Martit, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore, returned to her home in Sioux City Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Dunbar, of Beaver Creek, Minn., were in the city the latter part of last week attending the Chautauqua.

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey G. Beckley arrived Wednesday from Minneapolis for a visit with his parents and other relatives and friends.

Mrs. J.D. Everett and son, Fremont, are visiting with relatives in Ash Creek during Mr. Everett's absence with Company F.

Dr. Kellum and daughter, of Heron Lake, returned to their home Friday, after having spent a few days at the Worthington Hospital.

Miss Ethel Kinsey, who has been visiting in the city and attending the Chautauqua, departed Wednesday for her home at LeSueur.

Joe Ullrich, the Overland Automobile man, has sold two cars the past week, one going to R.A. Becker, of Jackson county, and the other to Dr. Sullwold, of this city.

Morris Hintt and Paul Cedarawall, of New York City, arrived in the city this week for a visit with William Burchard and family. They are on their way to San Francisco and other points in the west.

Dr. Curran of Mankato, came down Tuesday for a professional call at the home of G.W. Cale, whose daughter, Edith, is suffering from malignant cancer of the foot. The case is a most peculiar one, both from the youth of the patient and the location of the cancer.

Fred D. Humiston went to Mankato Monday morning on business.

Mrs. H.H. Collard, of Minneapolis, is visiting with friends in this city.

Joe Ferguson went to Bigelow Monday to set up machinery for the Smith Implement Co.

John Addison, of Mankato, was transacting business in Worthington the first of the week.

Henry Kramer returned to Tekamah, Nebraska, Sunday, where he is employed in a tile factory.

Mrs. V.E. Butler, who had been visiting in the city, returned to her home in Heron Lake Saturday.

J.G. Thomas, of Sioux Falls, was in Worthington and vicinity this week looking after his land interests.

John Gates, of Stewartville, Minn., was among the land seekers to this section of the county this week.

S.R. Gillman, of Mankato, was in the city Tuesday transacting business and shaking hands with old friends.

William Dow arrived in the city the latter part of last week from Utica, N.Y., for a visit his brother, L. Dow.

Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Holbrook and Miss Hilda Noren were the guests of Joe Hand and family at Sheldon Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Wensberg and Alfred Nazarenus went to Sheldon Friday to take in the Ringling Brothers circus.

The Farmers Elevator Company will take possession of the C.L. Maxwell elevator tomorrow. Clyde Ager is the manager.

Mr. and Mrs. O. Bealys, of Esterville, Iowa, were in the city on business this week pertaining to the Cory estate of Bigelow.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Allen arrived in the city Monday from Sioux Falls for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allen.

Mrs. L.M. Myrkle returned to her home in Beaver Creek Friday, after having spent several days with relatives in this city.

Mrs. L.G. Peterson and three children, of Luverne arrived in the city Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Alma Peterson.

Mrs. N. Klaras and two children, departed on Monday for a months visit with relatives at Ross, North Dakota. They were accompanied by Mrs. Klaras' mother, Mrs. M. Hendricks, of Adrian.

Vic Anderson was operated upon for appendicitis at the Worthington hospital Wednesday. As we go to press his condition is all that could be expected under the circumstances.

Word has been received here of the death of Wm. McLean, at Seattle, Wash., on July 2nd. He resided in this county for many years and removed to Seattle about six years ago. He was about 67 years of age.

C.L. Maxwell and family expect to leave in a few days for Hollister, California, where they will make their future home. They will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends, who wish them success in their new home.

A very pretty wedding took place at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyer, of Reading, Wednesday afternoon, July 13, when their daughter, Miss Evelyn, was united in marriage to William Rogers. The young people are well and favorably known in this section of the county and their many Worthington friends join with the Globe in wishing them success and happiness.

F.A. Fallgatter came down Sunday from Wilmont to take in the Chautauqua.

F.L. Hartley, of Fairmont, was in town Sunday and Monday attending the Chautauqua.

J.S. Frink left Saturday morning for Fargo, N.D., to take in the shooting tournament.

L.S. Nelson of Slayton, was in the city today, shaking hands with his many old friends.

E.V. O'Brien, of Slayton, was in the city the latter part of last week calling on friends.

G.W. Roth went to Brewster on business Saturday morning, returning in the afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Will James, of Rushmore, were the guests of Worthington relatives over Sunday.

V.V. Sand, of York, Nebraska, was transacting business in Worthington and vicinity this week.

Rev. J. Sand, of St. Kilian, was visiting in the city Tuesday, the guest of Rev. Father Sherman.

Mrs. O.D. Grundsten left Thursday morning for an extended visit with relatives at Excelsior, Minn.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Malchol, of Wilder, Minn., were in the city last week attending Chautauqua.

L.J. Roll, of Minneapolis, who is the guest of his sister, Mrs. A.M. Renner will leave Friday for his home.

James Wood, of Sioux City, was visiting with friends and taking in the sights of Worthington this week.

Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Fremstad, of Windom, were among the visitors to attend the Chautauqua here last week.

Mrs. L.L. McCartney and children returned the latter part of last week from a visit with relatives at the twin cities.

Miss Alice Pope, of Triumph, Minn., arrived last week for a visit of two weeks at the home of Mrs. D.W. Chute.

Mrs. P.G. Anderson, of this city, is enjoying a visit with her daughters, Mrs. A. Calvin Thompson and Mrs. Terry at Salt Lake.

Al Dougherty, of Rushmore, was in the city the first of the week. He has just returned from a trip through the west, where [he] has been looking after land.

Jacob Gaiser arrived in the city Monday from Mason City, Iowa, to look after his interests in this vicinity. He will remodel the dwelling house and make other extensive improvements on his farm south of town.

Mrs. Lora Stacey Rucker, wife of Dr. E.W. Rucker, died Tuesday evening at the family residence, 1765 Thirteenth avenue, south. Mrs. Rucker was 30 years of age. She was married about five years ago to Dr. E.W. Rucker, son of Gen. E.W. Rucker, and after a residence of some time in New York they came to Birmingham to live. The cause of Mrs. Rucker's death was pneumonia. She had been sick about two weeks. The funeral services will be held at the residence this afternoon at 4 o'clock, and the interment will be in Oak Hill cemetery. --Birmingham (Ala.) News, Mrs. Rucker is the daughter of Frank Lewis who at one time conducted a grocery store in Worthington, but who is lately remembered as associated with the school for orphan children at Owatonna.

John Johnson made a business trip to Heron Lake Thursday, returning the same day.

John Allison, of Green county, Iowa, was in the city this week visiting with relatives.

C.L. Pasche, of Minneapolis, has accepted the position as baker at the Loveless bakery.

Guy Cahoon left Saturday for Red Wing, Minn., where he will spend several weeks.

Mrs. John Salstrom returned to her home in Bigelow Tuesday after having visited with relatives in this city.

Charles E. Moberly was adjudged insane this week and was taken to the hospital for insane at St. Peter by Sheriff Fauskee.

Miss Cleo Stanton, of Ellsworth, who has been visiting in the city, departed Monday for Warner, Minn., to attend summer school.

C.H. Kies and family returned to their home in Des Moines, Iowa, Friday, after having spent a few days with relatives and friends in Worthington.

Mrs. John McIntosh and daughter, of Red Lodge, Montana, who have been visiting with her brother, William Hay, and family, returned to their home Tuesday.

Karsten Hanson and three daughters, of Mitchell, S.D., left for their home Sunday, after a visit at the home of Jens Christensen. They also visited Peter Larson and Peter Anderson at Org.

Anton Ebert, aged about eighteen, residing at Brewster, had the misfortune to lose one of his feet Sunday by being run over by a freight train. It is said that the train was running about twenty miles an hour and he attempted to get on, but slipped and fell under the wheels. This ought to prove a lesson to boys who are in the habit of catching the trains.

Hans Langseth, of Morton, North Dakota, returned to his home Tuesday, after having spent a few days with his brother, Nels, and family. He is probably the longest bearded man in the world, his beard measuring nine feet and two inches. Mr. Langseth was at Sioux Falls w to visit the Ringling circus and in the side show was a man that claimed his beard was over eleven feet. Upon placed the two beards side by side it was found that Mr. Langseth's beard was over two feet the longer. He, at one time traveled with a circus, but soon became tired of it.

Thursday, July 21, 1910

W.W. Milbraith went to Westbrook, Minn., on business Monday.

A.W. Tierney, of Fulda, was a visitor to the county seat on business Friday.

J.A. Fowler, of Fairmont, was transacting business in Worthington Tuesday.

Miss Margaret McKay left Tuesday afternoon for an indefinate visit at Minneapolis.

Miss Delpha Henton went to St. Paul Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends.

W.P. Jenks, of Round Lake, was transacting business at the county capitol Friday.

W.D. Inglis, of Seattle, Washington, was the guest of M.P. Mann Saturday and Sunday.

W.E. Green, Harry Davis and Gus Haggerdorn, of Luverne, were among the visitors to this place this week.

Mrs. William McKinney returned home Monday from Minneapolis, where she has been visiting with Mrs. Collard.

Miss Caroline Brehm, of Sioux City, who has been visiting Worthington friends, returned to her home Saturday.

Ralph McIntyre, of Sioux City, was visiting in the city the first of the week and taking in the shooting tournament.

Mrs. A. Hawley left Saturday night for Denver, Colorado, where she will remain some months on account of her health.

Miss Marie Wendt, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Little, returned to her home in Sioux Falls Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Arbes, who had been visiting with relatives in New Ulm for two weeks, returned home Friday last.

Hon. Scott M. Ladd, Chief Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court, was looking at land in this vicinity last Friday with M.P. Mann.

Misses Zoe and Zella Chaney, who have been the guests of Rev. Sowles and family, returned to their home in Dodge Center Saturday.

Mrs. Mabel Chapman returned to her home in Aberdeen, South Dakota, Wednesday, after having visited a few days with friends in the city.

Messrs. John Albers, H.B. Blaisdell, Julius Snook, J.S. Joles and W.C. Schwartz, autoed over from Luverne Tuesday to attend the shooting tournament.

Miss Hilda Noren went to Luverne Saturday afternoon to spend Sunday with Miss Bridget McCall and Edna Anderson, who are attending summer school.

R.B. McNab came home this week to take in the shooting tournament.

Wm. Schrader left Monday afternoon for a few days visit on business in Sheldon.

John Montgomery came up from Sibley Monday on business and to visit friends.

Miss Krogman, of Lismore, was visiting in the city Wednesday, the guests of friends.

John Anderson, of Saginaw, Michigan, was a Worthington caller Monday on business.

Mrs. Will James and children, of Rushmore, were visiting relatives in the city Monday.

Chas. Skewis, of Merrill, Iowa, was in the city this week looking after his elevator interests.

Andrew Anderson, of Portage, Wisconsin, was taking in the sights of Worthington this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faber, of Minneapolis, were the guests of relatives in this vicinity over Sunday.

George Jackson, of Helena, Montana, was transacting business in Worthington and vicinity Monday.

Miss Stella Anderson has accepted the position as teacher in the Org school for the coming term.

Mrs. Wass returned from LeMars, Iowa, Wednesday, where she has been visiting with her son, Charles.

John Driscoll, of near Delavan, Minn., was transacting business and visiting with friends in the city Monday.

Dan Hopkins, of Minneapolis, arrived in the city Sunday afternoon to look after his land interests in this vicinity.

C.E. Richards and son, of Sloan, Iowa, were looking over the country in this vicinity the latter part of last week.

The Misses Nettie and Ella Engh, of Chicago, arrived in the city, Monday for a visit with their cousin, Mrs. James Suddaby.

Miss Grace Wilber left Saturday for her home in Waseca, after having been a guest at the home of Rev. Ralph Carleton.

Miss Elmira Mead, of Wilmont, visited friends in the city the latter part of last week. She was on her way to Mankato.

Messrs. Jake Reigal and George Grapp, of Waseca, arrived in the city Saturday for a visit at the home of Rev. Carleton.

Miss Nettie Ahrems, of Dundee, was visiting in the city the latter part of last week, the guest of her friend, Miss Winnifred O'Connor.

Mrs. Effie Dodge, of Adrian, was the guest of relatives in the city Saturday. She left Tuesday for a three weeks' visit at the twin cities and Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Maxwell left Tuesday morning for Windom, where they will visit with relatives, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.I. Peterson.

J. Isom was in Sanborn, Minn., last week checking his brother into the lunch room operated by the Shaver people. He says that prairie chickens are very plentiful in that section.

Misses Marion and Pearl Pettit, of Backoo, North Dakota, and Margaret Mohr, of Minneapolis, who have been guests at the home of C.W.W. Dow, went to Magnolia Saturday for a visit with other relatives.

D.R. Crossman, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. McMillian, of Plymouth, Iowa, was in town Tuesday enroute for his home in Beaver Creek. Mr. Crossman was one of the first settlers in this section of the state. He used to run a stage line from Worthington to Luverne and Sioux Falls.

Dr. Richmond, of Brewster, was a visitor to this city Sunday.

H.E. Green was among the visitors from Hills to this city the first of the week.

Banker A.J. Rice, of Lismore, was transacting business in Worthington Tuesday.

George Kreger, of Redfield, South Dakota, was a Worthington visitor this week.

Miss Edna Fellows will teach the home school in Elk township the coming term.

W.C. Cook, of Spencer, Iowa, was transacting business in Worthington Monday.

Miss Emma Ferguson was the guest of Brewster friends the latter part of last week.

C.L. Maxwell and family departed on Monday for their new home at Hollister, California.

Ed Cooper and little daughter, of Adrian, were calling on Worthington people Tuesday.

George B. Schaech, of Eyota, Minn., was a Worthington visitor the first of the week on business.

A.M. Renner left Saturday for a couple of days' visit at his old home in Comfray, Minn.

Francis Bannerman, of Grundy Center, Iowa, was looking over land in this vicinity this week.

Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Vail and Mrs. M.L. Dean departed for a visit at Seward and Fulda Saturday.

Ed Ullrich, one of Anthony's tonsorial artists, was transacting business in Sioux Falls last Friday.

Mrs. John Oje returned home after a few days visit with her sister Mrs. Fred Meier on Route 4.

H.W. Crandall and E.H. Bedle, of Fulda, were renewing acquaintances at the county seat this week.

Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder, of Fulda, stopped off in the city Saturday on their way home from Colorado.

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Cook, of Benton, Illinois, are visiting in the city, the guests of C.E. Sims and family.

Mrs. J.D. Haddock, of Minneapolis, was the guest of C.W.W. Dow and family the latter part of last week.

Mrs. Liddie Peters, of Denver, Colorado, returned to her home Friday, after a visit with Worthington people.

Mrs. A.V. Wills, of Minneapolis, was the guest of William Schroeder and family the latter part of last week.

Miss Mazie Huntington returned to her home in Windom Friday, after having spent a few days with friends in the city.

Miss Alice Pope, who has been the guest of R.C. Dana and family, departed on Wednesday for her home at Triumph, Minn.

Death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Dow on the seventeenth of this month and claimed their eight-months-old son.

Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Pannell and daughter, Alice, left the latter part of the week for a visit with their sons at Drinkwater, Can.

Friede Hart left Tuesday for St. Louis, where he will visit for a couple of weeks. From there he will go to Chester, Illinois, where he will conduct his uncle's department store during the latter's absence.

Miss Leona Dietrick, of Lake Crystal, who has been visiting with relatives in the city, returned to her home Saturday. She was accompanied by her brother, Gustav, who returned home the first of the week.

D.J. Tennis, of Northwood, N.D., was in the city Saturday on his way to Adrian to attend the funeral of his father. Mr. Tennis was formerly editor of the Adrian Democrat, but is now engaged in the mercantile business at Northwood.

F.M. Jones was transacting business at Heron Lake Tuesday.

Attorney J.A. Town departed Saturday morning for Ballaton to visit a sister.

Mrs. M.L. Barnes left Monday afternoon for a visit with her sister at Algona, Iowa.

Mrs. Wilson Abbott went to Beaver Creek the latter part of last week for a short visit.

Rev. G.A. Cahoon left Friday for extended visit at Lynd and other points in Minnesota.

Miss Cora Strom, of Sibley, returned to her home Friday, after a visit with Worthington friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dunbar and family returned from a month's visit with relatives in Illinois.

George Pfarrer left Saturday afternoon for a month's visit at various places in South Dakota.

Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Rathlisberger, of Iona, visited over Sunday with Worthington relatives.

Miss Avis Voak returned to Ipswich, South Dakota, Monday, after a visit under the parental roof.

Mrs. Schreiber, of Chicago, who has been the guest of Mrs. H.R. Trip, returned to her home Friday.

Frank Hoffman, of Tama, Iowa, was among the visitors to Worthington on business the first of the week.

J.D. Humiston went to Luverne Sunday morning for a visit with friends and to take in the Chautauqua.

Charley E. Smith, son of J.A. Smith of this city was married Wednesday, July 13th, to Miss Eda Hinman of Luada, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. P. Noelenbun, of Orange City, Iowa, were the guests of Worthington friends a few hours Wednesday.

Messrs. A.F. Diehm, Theo. Bahls and S.P. Bach were up from Round Lake to attend the shooting tournament Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stolte and children, of Elmore, Minn., were visiting in the city Wednesday, the guest of Mrs. Edith Hall.

Stuart Sawyer was in the city Monday on his way to his home at Hull Ia. He has resigned his position on the Luverne Herald, and expects to leave in a short time for Hot Springs, S.D., where he has accepted a position on a paper.

Mrs. E.R. Hinricks returned Tuesday morning from Des Moines, Iowa, at which place she made a pleasant visit of four weeks' duration with her sons, Louis and Paul. She informed the writer that Louis is now a married man and that Paul had a fine position and was making his home with his brother.

George Dow, of Bigelow, was visiting with relatives in the city Monday.

Miss Coyer, of Round Lake, was the guest of Worthington friends last week.

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Baker went to Mankato Friday for a short visit with friends.

Arthur Peters and Mary Gerdes were married at the residence of Rev. Ralph Carleton last Saturday morning.

A marriage license was issued the past week to George Hartman and Josephine Ebert, of Nobles County.

M.L. Fish and F.L. Caldwell went to Heron Lake Monday in connected with the Mystic Workers of the World.

James Blackburn, of Waseca, returned to his home Tuesday, after having spent a week with relatives in the city.

J.P. Peterson, manager of the Hart Parr Co., of St. Paul, was in Worthington Saturday on business and visiting old friends.

Mrs. E.F. Townsend, of Rochester, New York, a niece of Mrs. E.C. Pannell, was visiting in the city the first of the week.

Mrs. Powell, died at the home of her son, W.A. Poole, in this city on Wednesday afternoon, of heart disease. A further obituary will be given next week.

Miss Laura Cashel, of Winona, who has been the guest of her brother, J.A. Cashel and family, left Monday afternoon for a visit with her sister at Ellsworth.

J.C. Goodnow, of Minneapolis, was visiting in the city the first of the week. He is a brother of John Goodnow the United States minister to China.

Miss Beth Noggle, who has been spending a couple of weeks in the city, the guest of E.J. Helmick and family, returned to her home in Sioux Falls Saturday.

Miss Mary Wilson returned Monday from a visit with relatives at Pipestone. She left again Wednesday for an extended visit with relatives at Little Rock, Iowa.

James O. Boddy was initiated into the Independent Order of Odd Fellows at their regular meeting Tuesday evening. Ross Nelson received the second degree at the same meeting.

Miss Jennie Beckley will leave next week for Menominee, Wis., where she will attend the Stout Institute. She will visit with relatives at Blue Earth and Minneapolis on her way. She was accompanied as far as Blue Earth by her niece, Miss Erma Beckley.

Sheriff Fauskee received a letter from the sheriff of McLean county, stating that Harry Klipplinger, alias Howard Blue, who is wanted in this county for the burglary of Bulick's store at Reading, would be at liberty in October, but that he was wanted by the authorities in Clinton and by the United States authorities, for post office work.

Rollo, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Webster, is very ill with typhoid fever.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sterling spent a week at Inn Okoboji at Spirit Lake, Iowa.

Miss Mildred Mead, of Wilmont, was the guest of friends in the city Wednesday.

George Hancock, of Escanaba, Mich., was visiting with friends and relatives in the city Wednesday.

Mrs. E. Dewey and children left this morning for an over Sunday visit with relatives at Brewster.

W.J. Becker, of George, Iowa, was transacting business in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Durfee, of Fergus Falls, Minn., were the guests of relatives in the city this week.

John Schaffer, of Tripp, S.D., was in the city this week looking over the grain prospects for the coming season.

George Doeden, Jr. came down from St. Paul Tuesday for a visit with his father. He left Wednesday for Sibley, where he will visit with his wife's parents.

Arthur Hogan, who recently completed a course in shorthand and typewriting under the instruction of Miss Carrie Allen of this city, has obtained a very good position in the office of the Chicago Great Western Railway at St. Paul. None of the pupils who have completed this course with Miss Allen have failed to obtain positions and, in every case, they have given satisfaction to their employer.

Thursday, July 28, 1910

Obituary

Mrs. Margaret Powell, whose maiden name was Margaret Chambers, was born in Ontario, Canada, March 12, 1851, and died in Worthington July 20, 1910.

She was married to Harlo Poole, a resident of New York State, in 1868. To this union two children were born, William A. Poole, of this city, and a girl, who died at the age of three years. She was left a widow in 1873.

In 1891 she was married to J.V. Powell, of Nebraska. In 1893 they moved to Minnesota and settled on a homestead in Morrison county, where they lived until about a year ago, when they went away on account of poor health. About the middle of last April she moved to this city and made her home with her son, at whose home she died.

She is survived by her husband, son, father, four brothers, two sisters, and one grand-child.

The funeral services were held at the house on Saturday, conducted by the Rev. Ralph Carleton. At the grave the services were in charge of the Brotherhood of American Yeomen, of which she was a member.

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Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knuth a baby boy, July 26th.

Mrs. John Meyer will soon leave for an extended visit in Illinois.

Alfred Nazarenus spent the first of the week with friends in Elk township.

John Fitch went to Brewster Wednesday morning to look after his farming interests.

W.W. Milbraith was transacting business at Round Lake one day the latter part of last week.

Miss Jennie Beckley, accompanied by her niece, Miss Erma Beckley, left Tuesday for Blue Earth.

Peter Jessen [Jensen?], the genial clerk at Albertus' clothing store, is the possessor of a new Thor motorcycle.

"Bud" Thompson has resigned his position at the power plant and will soon start to run a threshing engine.

Miss Elva Chrysler, of Chicago, is spending the week with Mrs. M.E. Lawton and calling on her numerous friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Green returned to their home in Pipestone Tuesday, after having visited here with John Fitch, and family.

Mrs. Fred Anderson, of Bismark, N.D., arrived in the city Tuesday night and will visit with relatives in this vicinity.

Mrs. Wyatt, of Winchester, Ohio, arrived in the city this week for a visit with Mrs. B.D. Kumler and other friends in this vicinity.

Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Peterson arrived in the city last week and will make Worthington their home. Mr. Peterson is the new third trick telegrapher at the Omaha.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crane, of Storden, Minn., were visiting with Worthington people this week. Mr. Crane was formerly a resident of this place and is now buying grain at Storden.

Mrs. Emma Schultz was up before Judge Dow the latter part of last week charged with assault upon the person of Mrs. Anna Maher. She plead guilty and was fined $3 and costs, in all amounting to $7.10.

William Oesterich, of Marshall, this state, was visiting with friends in the city the latter part of last week. He informed us that it is his intention to return to Worthington in about a month and make it his future home.

Morris Maxwell and family returned Monday from a visit with relatives at Windom. They expect to leave for their home about the middle of August, accompanied by his father, J.H. Maxwell, who will visit at various points on the coast.

About fifty neighbors and friends of Herman DeFreeze gathered at his home on the Jackson road Sunday, the occasion being the anniversary of his birthday. Mr. DeFreeze was presented with an elegant rocking chair as a token of esteem. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Hart, of this city, autoed out and Mr. Hart showed that his heart was in the right place by giving the entire company a joy ride. Refreshments were served and a general good time was enjoyed by all.

Miss Louise Larson is visiting with friends in Org this week.

Miss Driskell, of Bigelow, was calling on Worthington friends Sunday.

A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fauskee on Monday of last week.

Moulton Smallwood was in Adrian and Rushmore Friday advertising the district fair.

Miss Anna Sather left Saturday for Seaforth, Minn., where she will visit for a time.

Mrs. John Nelson, of Minneapolis, is visiting in the city, the guest of Mrs. David Bear.

J.H. Maxwell went to Windom Wednesday afternoon for a short visit with relatives.

Miss Emma Herman, who is working in Sheldon, is visiting her parents in De Wald township.

Miss Elphia Hoagland arrived in the city Wednesday and will visit with relatives and friends.

Mrs. Cliver Hanson, of Winona, was the guest of relatives near Worthington the first of the week.

Mrs. H.A. Ackerman and daughter will leave tomorrow for a week's visit with relatives in Minneapolis.

Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lawrence left Saturday afternoon for Wall Lake, Iowa, for a visit with her parents.

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Poole and daughter left Tuesday for a visit at Luverne. They expect to return Saturday.

W.V. McCall and Willie Milbraith departed Saturday for Lakefield, where they will spend a week or two fishing.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Hobson and daughter, Miss Vivian, departed Wednesday for a several days' visit at St. Paul.

Mrs. Morgan and daughter, of Faribault, Minn., arrived in the city last Saturday for a visit with her son, Francis.

Mrs. G.W. Roth and Miss Helen Patterson departed Wednesday afternoon for a visit with relatives at Burlington, Iowa.

Miss Caroline Larson, who has been a guest at the John Donavan home, departed on Wednesday for her home at Currie, Minn.

Geo. Rippberger and wife returned home to Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Monday, after having visited with relatives and friends in the city.

P.S. Davis, of Eldora, Iowa, arrived in the city the latter part of last week to look after his large farming interests north of town.

Ed Ullrich, who has been employed at Anthony's barber shop, has resigned his position, and on Monday left for Yankton South Dakota, where he has accepted a similar position in a hotel.

P.R. Long, residing two miles east of Reading, believes in having plenty of water on his farm. He recently had an 85-foot well put down in his big pasture and will have another drilled near his house.

Among the visitors at the bath house from Sibley Tuesday F.S. Hough and two children, J.R. Bahen, Charles H. Grant, and G.F. Raymond. Lake Okabena is surely a popular place for visitors these warm days.

Miss Cora Dow left this week for Pullman, Washington, where she will visit with her brother, R.C. R.C. Dow is another Worthington boy that is coming to the front in his chosen profession, that of a lawyer. He is now city attorney of Pullman, and is also a candidate for the nomination of county attorney.

Mrs. Stanley Moore went to Bigelow Friday for a short visit with friends.

James Barnick, of Little Falls, was in the city Wednesday looking over the crops.

Gilbert Snyder, of Milwaukee, is now working for Hjelmer Telander, south of town.

Major Thurber was in the city the latter part of last week looking after his business interests.

Ed. Lescher, manager of the Luverne Automobile Company, was in town on business Wednesday.

James Barnum, of Eveleth, Minn., was looking after business interests in this section Tuesday.

Chas. Noonan, a real estate agent of Blue Earth, was transacting business in town Wednesday.

H.A. Eames, of Webster City, Iowa, was looking after business interests in this vicinity this week.

Harvey Crandall, of Madison, Wis., was transacting business in Worthington and vicinity this week.

Fred Barclay and wife, of Eveleth, Minn., are the guests of relatives in Worthington and vicinity.

Mrs. Fred Adams, of Mankato, arrived in the city Tuesday and will spend the week with relatives and friends.

Miss Enid Ames, of Mitchell, South Dakota, arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit at the home of C.H. McGowan.

Miss Mira B. Gray, of St. Paul, state agent for patients paroled from the state hospitals, was calling on Worthington people this week.

Mrs. Mary Miller and Mrs. Laird and daughter, arrived in the city Wednesday from Sioux City for a visit at the home of Mrs. John Fitch.

Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Bergland, of Duluth, returned to their home Saturday, after having visited at the home of N. Moberg in Bigelow township.

Mrs. Fred Rouse, of Ceylon, Minn., arrived in the city Saturday for a visit with her brother, Dr. J.N. Gould. She returned to her home Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pannell, of Drinkwater, Canada, arrived in the city this week, called here by the serious illness of her father, Vic Anderson.

Gus Swanson, of Pillager, Minn., was shaking hands with his many old friends in town the latter part of last week. A number of years ago he conducted a dray line in Worthington.

The Misses Pearl and Marion Pettit, of Backoo, N.D., and Miss Marguerite Moore, of Minneapolis, who have been visiting with relatives in the city, departed on Tuesday for their homes.

Miss Grace Spielman has returned to Minneapolis, after a two weeks' visit with her parents and other relatives. She is a stenographer and bookkeeper with the Electric Heat & Regulator Company.

Miss Emma Nelson, who has been employed as second cook at the Hotel Worthington, departed on Monday for Judith Gap, Montana, where she will join her brother. She expects to take up a claim adjoining her brother's.

Will Hawkins, of Reading, was visiting with friends in the city Wednesday.

John Johnson returned Friday from Westbrook, where he had been on business.

We are pleased to note that Vic Anderson is improving, slowly but surely.

Grant Morrison went to Marshall, Minn., Tuesday afternoon to transact business.

Miss Theda Everett, of Ash Creek, Minn., arrived in the city Friday for a visit with relatives.

Miss Marie Dolen returned home Saturday from a three week's visit at Spring Valley, Minn.

Mr. and Mrs. John Seline and Mrs. J.D. Everett visited with relatives in Ocheyeden over Sunday.

James Brown, of Mankato, was shaking hands with his many old friends in town this week.

James Franklin, of Great Bend, Kansas, was a Worthington visitor the first of the week on business.

Miss Helen Mills, of Tacoma, Wash., arrived in the city last week for a visit at the home of Mrs. Hugh Mitchell.

J.T. Martin, a resident of Osceola county, Iowa, was transacting business with Worthington business men Monday.

W.S. Hazard, of Des Moines, was in the city a few hours Monday. He was formerly a resident of Worthington.

A. Nazarenus left Germany for home Sunday. Before returning to Worthington he will spend a few days in New York.

Messrs. and Mesdames Paxton and Eckman, of South Omaha, Neb., visited with friends in the city Saturday and Sunday.

Miss Jean McIntyre, who has been the guest of Mrs. A.R. Albertus, departed on Monday for her home at Minneapolis.

Mrs. Brown, of Heron Lake, was in the city the latter part of last week. It is her intention to start a class in painting here.

Miss Daisy Carleton, who has been the guest of her brother, Rev. Ralph, and family, departed Saturday for her home in Plainview.

L.H. Lawrence and mother, who have been the guests of Worthington relatives, departed on Tuesday for their home in Marion, N.D.

Miss Lucy Gransby, of Dodge Center, Minn., returned to her home Friday, after having visited at the home of Rev. L.L. Sowles.

Mrs. Wallace Sweeten and daughter, of Hitchcock, S.D., who have been visiting Mrs. Hugh Mitchell, departed last week for New York.

Miss Anna Okane, of Sheldon, returned to her home Monday, after having spent a couple of weeks with her brother near this place.

Mrs. A.G. Erickson and Miss Myrtle Lewis, who have been guests at the Ivan Erickson home departed last Friday for their home at Owatonna.

Harvey G. Beckley will leave Sunday morning for Minneapolis after a three weeks' visit with his parents. His wife will return to Minneapolis later.

M.S. Twitchell left this morning for a short visit with friends at Heron Lake.

W.D. Boddy left Monday afternoon for Canton, South Dakota, on business.

Mrs. Walter Pfeil is enjoying a visit from her mother, Mrs. Ayers, of St. Paul.

D.R. Macbeth, of Marshall, Minn., was the guests of friends in the city Tuesday.

Messrs. Daniel and Lee Shell and families were Lake Okoboji visitors Sunday.

E.E. Beckley, of Blue Earth, was over Sunday to spend the day with relatives.

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