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Thursday, June 2, 1910

PAY HONOR TO NATION’S DEAD Memorial Sunday and Decoration Day Appropriately Observed GLOWING TRIBUTES PAID To Those Who Wore The Blue In Defence of Our Great Nation

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We understand that next year the Memorial services will be held under the auspices of Co. F, and it is fitting that they should be. There are but few of the old soldiers left and in the past they have labored hard to fittingly observe the day, and it is now time that they were releived of that duty and be guests of honor upon that occasion. The following is the list of the soldiers dead and W.R.C. buried in the Worthington cemeteries:

CIVIL WAR

Governor Miller, Jos. Nichols, S.D. Eastman, G.W. Brant, R.F. Baker, Jonas Bedford, Wm. Ditty, H.F. Hovey, Robt. McCune, J.F. Sisson, G.W. Crane, J.C. Newkirk, A.L. Rose, R.M. Small, G.N. Stoddard, E. Fenstermaker, E.H. Bassett, G.W. Bullis, S. Hackett, Milton Fellows, I.H. Johnson, H.B. Tripp, C.C. Whitney, A.S. Torrance, H.E. Torrance, Amos Forbes, Azom Forbes, Wm. Stokes, I.S. Darling, Thos. Klasey, B.F. Congdon, Chas. Wilkerson, I.J. Bingham, Robt. Firth, B. Buchan, Nathan Barnes.

SPANISH WAR

Edwin Dolan, Loren Town.

W.R.C.

Mrs. Susan Ditty, Mrs. Patience Firth, Mrs. H.F. Hovey, Mrs. Sarah Humiston, Mrs. L.B. Bennett, Mrs. Minnie Arnold, Mrs. I.H Brown, Mrs. Helen M. Stevens, Mrs. Katie L. Plotts, Mrs. I.H. Johnson, Mrs. I.A. Town, Mrs. C.C. Whitney.

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A letter received today from Mr. A. Nazarenus who is visiting in Germany, stated that he would start for home as soon as his boat would sail. The sad news of the death of his wife two weeks ago was a great shock to him and therefore he will cut his visit short and return home.

Proximity Panagyric

Frank J. Habberman and Miss Mary Ramerth were married at the Catholic church in Fulda May 24.

Wilber Dempsy got shot through the hand at Sibley last week while hunting gophers. He was in the act of brabing one of the fellows with him when another shot at a gopher, the bullet glancing through his hand.

Warren Townsend, of Magnolia, had the misfortune to lose a leg by being run over by a train at Luverne last Saturday. He was standing on the depot platform when the train came in and in some way was pushed or fell under the train.

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J.A. Smith was in Sioux City a couple of days the first of the week.

John W. Stiver and children returned Tuesday from La Prairie, Illinois.

Mrs. Ole Berg came over from Soo Falls Thursday for a visit with old acquaintances.

R.J. Jones, of Reading, was in the city Monday and made this office a pleasant call.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin at East Jordon, Michigan, on Sunday, May 22, a son.

Mr. and Mrs. John Voss left Friday for a week’s visit with relatives at Paullina, Iowa.

J. Stellman departed Monday for LeMars, where he will remain for two or three months.

Mrs. F. Austin and baby, of Bigelow, were the guests of Mrs. L.K. Stevens this week.

Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Barton, of Zion City, were the guests of Worthington friends this week.

Mrs. H.A. Bassett came over from Rushmore Saturday to attend the Memorial exercises.

Carl Nutting, of the Vienna Bakery, of Luverne, was transacting business in town Tuesday.

Mrs. Howard Durfee left last week for C___ville Minn., for a two or three weeks’ visit with relatives.

Mrs. G.A. Lincoln will give a public recital by her class of music at the Congregational church, June 15th.

John E. Salstrom and Harry Grey, of the State Bank of Bigelow, were callers at the Globe office Monday.

Miss Cowing, of Jackson, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. A.R. Albertus returned home Wednesday.

Mrs. Gould Wilson, of Pipestone, arrived in the city Friday and visited over Sunday, the guest of I.N. Wilson and family.

Mrs. Carrigan and Miss McKinzie, of Adrian, were the guests of the former’s sister, Mrs. A.M. Renner, the first of the week.

Miss Marie Ryan, trained nurse at St. Joseph’s Hospital at Sioux City, came up Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends.

Mrs. G.A. Smith, of LeMars, who has been the guest of Postmaster Coughran and family, returned to her home Wednesday.

F.J. Schettler, of Wilmont, was visiting with acquaintances in town Friday. He left on the afternoon train for a week’s visit at Larchwood, Iowa.

Mrs. H. Neinstead, of St. Peter, was the guest of Mrs. P. O’Connor Tuesday. She was on her way home from Wilmont, where she has been looking after land interests.

The little five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Woodford, residing two miles west of town, was quite severely burned last Saturday. She was playing around a bonfire and accidentally fell into it.

T.A. Palmer, the music man, was in Brewster Tuesday.

Miss Lillian Darling went to Brewster for a visit with friends Wednesday.

Messrs. S.S. and Bob Smith were transacting business at Brewster Tuesday.

Will Surkson, of Hospers, Iowa, was calling on Worthington people last Saturday.

M.S. Twitchell and daughter, Mrs. Gillette, visited in Heron Lake Wednesday.

Mrs. J.S. Frink returned Tuesday from Luverne, where she had been visiting her mother.

Mrs. J. Weitzer on Friday last departed for Lismore, where she will visit for several days.

Eugene Beckley was over from Blue Earth a couple of days this week visiting with relatives.

Mrs. D. Trafford, of St. James, who was the guest of Mrs. Klaras last week, went to Sioux City Friday for a visit with relatives.

Joe Scholtes, one of Wilmont’s prominent merchants, transacted business in Worthington Friday.

Mrs. Fred Green left Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends at Adrian and Little Rock.

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

A.T. Latta, the dry goods man has a change of advertisement this week. It will pay you to look it up.

William Groth, of Iona, who was the guest of George Pfarrer the latter part of last week, has returned to his home.

Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Smith left Thursday morning for a couple of weeks’ visit with his sons, D.A. and Guy E. at Browns Valley, Minn.

Mr. and Mrs. George Rew, of Mitchell, S.D., who have been the guests of Harvey Rew and wife, departed on Wednesday for St. Paul.

Mrs. Kindlund and daughter, Miss Martha, departed Saturday for an extended visit at the twin cities and other points in the state.

Miss Margaret Becker returned home from Tekamah, Neb., Wednesday, where she had been visiting her sister, Mrs. E.T. Redmond.

Harry S. Hobson, while on a visit to the state penitentiary at Stillwater a short time ago, had a talk with John Adams. Adams stated that he still had $5,950 buried on his old place in this city.

Lewis Jones, a graduate of the Worthington high school is now employed as civil engineer for the goverment in work on the DesMoines River, being stationed at Humboldt, Iowa. We are always glad to chronicle the advancement of Worthington boys.

John Burns, of Fulda, was visiting in Worthington Sunday.

Rev. J. Sand, of St. Kilian, was the guest of Father Sherman Wednesday.

C.H. Mohr, of Redcliff, Alberta, Canada, was a Worthington visitor this week.

Luther D. Danelz, of Benson, Minn., was transacting business in Worthington this week.

M.J. Kendall, of Magnolia, was transacting business with Worthington people this week.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Peters, of Lake Park, were visiting with Worthington friends Wednesday.

Mrs. George Slade, of Adrian, was the guest of Mrs. A.M. Renner between trains Wednesday.

A marriage license has been granted to W.H. Marshall and Miss Clara B. Sliver, both of Nobles county.

M.B. Dunn, deputy game warden was in this vicinity on Wednesday and looked over Lake Okabena and adjacent lakes.

Prof. E.E. Heeter, the newly elected superintendent of the Worthington schools, came down from Minneapolis Tuesday for a few days’ visit.

Mrs. Thomas Ronan departed on Wednesday for Haywarden, Iowa, and points in South Dakota, where she will make an extended visit.

Mrs. Louise C. Barker, of Adrian, was brought before Judge Cory last week and adjudged insane. She was committed to the asylum at St. Peter.

Mrs. B.H. Roll, of Adrian, mother of Mrs. A.M. Renner, who has been visiting her for a few days, left Tuesday for Welcome, Minn., to be present at the commencement exercises.

J.M. Howe, of Paullina, Iowa, was in the city and vicinity this week looking over the live stock market. He was in the market for some feeders, but says that they were few and far between and prices too high.

The bath house has been opened for the season with Geo. Kunzman as manager. New fixtures have been installed, and a tight rope has been placed above the water. The rooms and floors have been renovated and painted and everything is now in first-class condition.

Mark, the four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Stowe, residing in the Clary addition, died on Friday, May 27th, of menengitis brought on by burns. A few days previous the little lad had been out-of-doors playing and was seen rushing to the house with his clothes on fire. Just how the fire originated it is impossible to tell. The funeral services were held Saturday at the house conducted by Rev. Sowles, and the remains were interred in the Worthington cemetery. The bereaved parents have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community.

County Happenings
From our Vast Army of Correspondents.

ELK

Willie Buss has been improving the last few days.

Mr. and Mrs. Young were county seat visitors Thursday.

Mae Calvin spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents.

Mrs. Henry Lutterman went to Sibley Saturday to visit friends.

Alice Young is visiting with her sister Mrs. W.Y. Malenke this week.

Mrs. W.Y. Malenke enjoyed herself among old friends at the picnic Friday.

The friends of Sylvia Johnston favored her with a post card shower on her birthday, June first.

Mrs. Henry Dunbar is enjoying the pleasure of cooking on a new perfection oil stove this week.

Miss Jennette Sietsema closed a very successful term of school in the Prairie Hill school house, May 24th.

A large crowd attended the dance at Mr. and Mrs. Mangles Friday evening. All enjoyed the fine music and reported a good time.

Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Young visited with Mrs. Young’s mother, Mrs. W.H. Booth Saturday evening and Sunday. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Homes Sunday afternoon.

KINBRAE
By L.A. Wheelock

Albert Paulson Jr. from Heron Lake, spent Sunday with home folks.

Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, of Fulda, were visiting friends in Kinbrae Monday.

Postoffice inspector Stewart, was in town Friday inspecting our postoffice.

Mrs. Albert Paulson was taken quite ill last Saturday, and is still confined to her bed.

Othie Gunderson, of Brewster, was a Kinbrae visitor Friday, coming up to take state H.S.B. examinations.

Prof. Jones of Dundee with a number of others from the place attended the school entertainment last evening.

Mrs. Storey and children, who have been visiting with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Holland, concluded their visit Sunday and returned to their home.

Miss Lindquist spent Tuesday with Grandma Maguire. She will return to her home in Fulda this evening and expects to accompany her mother to the twin cities this week.

Mrs. Wilcox and children and Mrs. Baird, of Reading, came up Sunday for a visit with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson Sr. They attended the entertainment on Monday evening and returned Tuesday, accompanied by Lottie and Hazel Wilcox who have attended our school during the year and who expect to return in Sept. for another year. Lottie and Hazel have many friends ere who will Miss them very much.

J.P. Younger was looking after the Rock Rapids creamery interest here on Friday.

Miss Eva Brandt, returned from Ashton Thursday, after a few days visit with friends.

Abe Smith, of Little Rock, was giving some of our boys a ride in his automobile Tuesday.

The stork brought a sweet little girl to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Peters last Wednesday.

The Richard brothers, of Worthington, have been shearing sheep on the Ruprecht farm this week.

Guy Ostrom left last Wednesday for South Dakota to look after his business interests in that state.

Ruben Oakes, of Worthington, spent a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.T. Cain this week.

Jess Cross and his assistants are booked to lay the cement crossing and the walk and curb on main street.

Miss Margaret Cosgrove and her sister, Nellie, went to Sibley Saturday and came home Sunday on the train.

Dr. and Mrs. Dolan and family, of Worthington, spent Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Klessig.

Dr. Nul, of Sibley, was examining the new candidates for the Banker's Life Insurance Association of Des Moines, Iowa.

Mr. Lane, came back from Baxter, Jackson county, Iowa, Wednesday, accompanied by his younger brother of that place.

Miss Buhl, who is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Fliescher [Fleischer?] east of town, is visiting with relatives and friends in Sheldon this week.

Miss Margaret Cosgrove and Miss Sarah Downs, have finished two successful terms of school and are now home on the vacation.

Mr. William Beckman, returned to Rochester Friday of last week, where his wife is under the care of the Drs Mayo in that city.

The Misses Eva Brandt, Lenora Klessig, Winnifred Remstahl and Mr. and Mrs. Tjepke were fishing at Lake Ocheydan last Friday.

Mrs. F. Walters, of Sioux City who has been visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. D.T. Cain, of this town, left Monday night for Wisconsin.

Mr. and Mrs. Dye, of Waseca, Minnesota, are visiting at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. George Stowe, of this village.

Mr. M.J. Hubbard left Thursday for Alcestes, S.D. and Haywarden, Iowa, to spend a few days with his brother and father and other relatives in those places.

Mr. H.W. Krans went to Truman, Minnesota Saturday to join hi wife and little daughter, the latter of whom have been visiting relatives and friends in that place the past week.

H.P. Miles, of St. Paul, one of the solicitors for the Bankers Life Insurance Association was in our town for a few days last week. He succeeded in writing a number of policies.

Miss Wilson and Sylvia Beckman came from Magnolia last Wednesday and spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Wess Beckman of this city. They returned to their home in Hull, Iowa, on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Austin and son Leroy, went to Worthington Saturday morning. Mr. Auster came back in the afternoon while Mrs. Auster remained a few days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Stevens. [Note the 2 different spellings of the name. That's the way it's printed in the paper.]

Frank Austin closed a very successful term of school in the Voss district last week. He and his pupils had a delightful fishing excursion at Lake Ocheyedan the last day. Mr. Austin has accepted a position as clerk in Mr. Wick's department store for the summer.

Mrs. Rathburn of Chicago, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Z. Ballard of this town on Saturday afternoon, may 28. She has been ill for sometime before she came to our city some few weeks ago. Her son Kenneth Rathburn, also of Chicago, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Renestahl and daughter Winifred, of Odebolt, Iowa, besides her relatives in this place were with her at the time of her death. The funeral services were held at the M.E. church on Sunday in this town, Rev. Stowe, the village minister, delivering the sermon. The remains were intered in the Ransom cemetery.

RUSHMORE

Sheriff Fauskee, of Worthington, was over on business Friday.

Harry Rider was down from Magnolia Thursday, on business.

T.H. Prideaux was a county seat visitor Thursday between trains.

Mr. and Mrs. Anton Jensen left on Saturday for a trip to Denmark.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Ivers Friday, a baby girl. All are doing nicely.

Will Barnard was up from Little Rock Thursday calling on relatives and friends.

Mr. Boddy, of Worthington, came over for a few days visit with his son Charles.

L.A. Gregory came over from Adrian between trains Friday afternoon on business.

W.G. Myers was over from Worthington Thursday, looking after business matters.

Mrs. E.P. Herman and Mrs. Sam Wilson attended a picnic down near Little Rock Friday.

Miss Kate McCall, lady clerk in H.C. Constable's store, spent Sunday with relatives at Brewster.

Mrs. H.C. Constable and Mrs. J.H. Bryden visited at the home of John Shores in Ransom Thursday.

Wood Breckon, returned from Oklahoma Thursday where he has been for sometime visiting relatives.

Miss Lillian Thom came down from Mankato Saturday morning for a visit with relatives for a few days.

Tom Renshaw came up from Storm Lake, Iowa, for a visit with relatives and friends for a few days.

Mrs. Ruth Stenzel, from near Little Rock visited at the home of Mrs. Julius Luedke, a couple days this week.

Miss Hannah Langseth, of Indian Lake township, is visiting at the homes of Bennett and Steve Fagerness this day.

S.T. Wood, went over to Sioux Falls Thursday morning to attend to some business matters. He returned on the one o'clock train.

Mrs. W.H. Christenson, and Mrs. H.E. Thompson, went over to Worthington Saturday afternoon for a short visit with friends.

Hugo Lienan who moved from here to Cushing, Iowa, this spring is here visiting with friends and relatives and attending to business matters.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Thom, returned from Mankato Thursday morning, where they had been to attend the bankers convention and visit friends.

Mrs. R.F. Kuniety came up from Sibley, Iowa, Friday and is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. John Forbeck, and her son Richard for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. Carney, who have ben visiting at the homes of Elmer Carney and Tom Halferty, left Friday for Salem S.D. for a few days visit at that place.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Beacom and children left here Saturday for Sheldon to visit for a few days. From there they expect to go to Murdo, S.D., to visit with relatives.

A party in honor of the teachers of the Rushmore schools, was given at the home of A. Hale last Friday evening. All present enjoyed a very pleasant evening. Refreshments were served.

Jesse Smith, the new clerk in H.C. Constable's store, went to Pipestone last Friday to meet his wife. They arrived in Rushmore Saturday t and are keeping house in the Mrs. S.B. Smith's residence.

James Baird, returned from Worthington Thursday afternoon where he has been at the hospital for sometime on account of sickness, Mr. Baird is improving but is still not very strong and it is hoped he will soon be in his usual health again.

Local Overflow

T.A. Palmer, the music man, received a large shipment of pianos this week.

S.M. Granger, auditor of the Hubbard & Palmer elevators, was in the city this week.

L.F. Dube, section foreman at Hartford, S.D., was calling on friends in this vicinity Tuesday.

Misses Anna Homan and Joanna Noonan, of Luverne, visited in the city Monday and enjoyed the dance in the evening.

B.A. and K. Batager and A. Youngreen, of Minneapolis, were calling on friends in the city this week. They went to Lismore to visit relatives.

ROUND LAKE

The E.A. Grier family entertained relatives from Ocheyedan Sunday.

E.A. Tripp, returned Saturday from an extended business trip to the twin cities.

Grace Tripp, returned recently from Sioux Falls where she spent a fortnight visiting relatives and friends.

Wm. Bock, of Lake Park, drove his joy car into our city Saturday evening, and spent Sunday visiting friends.

C.D. Antritter, disposed of his recently acquired farm south of Round Lake, to Johnson Bros. Saturday, for $60.50 an acre.

Fred and Lou Hegardt, who are doing contract work in Lake Park, arrived on the Rock Island Saturday evening to begin the new week at home.

Lucien Hollor, senior member of the firm of Hollor and Mattson, who operate an oates and corn factory on the south shore of Iowa Lake, was in our village Friday.

Thursday JUNE 9, 1910

PROMINENT CITIZEN DIES.
John Meier, One of the Most Influential Men in Brewster, Died Last Friday.

John Meier, one of the most influential and progressive citizens of Brewster, died Friday, June 3, 1910, from the breaking of an abscess. A short time before his death he was bit by a dog and it is thought that the fright produced from it caused the abscess to break.

Mr. Meier was born in the province of Holstein, Germany, Sept., 12, 1851, and came to this country in 1981 and settled in Benson county Iowa, where he resided until 1893. He then removed to Brewster, which has since been his home.

He was married to Miss Matilda Bockhold, in Iowa May 15, 1881. To them were born thirteen children, twelve of whom are living and reside in Nobles county.

Mr. Meier was a member of the village council of Brewster and was one of its most progressive citizens. He was also a member of the German Lutheran church.

The funeral services were held at Brewster on Monday, conducted by Rev. Mueller, of the Brewster church, and Rev. Smith, of Rushmore. The remains were laid to rest in the Brewster cemetery.

The entire community sympathizes with the family in their loss of a husband and father.

NEWS OF YESTERDAY
Items of Interest Taken From the Advance Over 30 Years Ago.

JUNE 11, 1875

Capt. Miner has returned from Fillmore county, and reports that crops are in fine condition and promising a heavy harvest.

F.H. Wells has the credit of bringing the first regular dray to Worthington a bran, spanking new one. We can now dispence with our wheelbarrow.

Local Information Of The Week

Mrs. H.B. Roll returned from Welcome this week, where she had been visiting relatives.

Mr. A. Sullwold went to Sioux Falls Wednesday afternoon, called there by the illness of her mother.

E. Latourall of Wilmont, visited with friends in this city Tuesday while on his way to St. Paul on business.

Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Wells, of Brewster, were in the city Tuesday to attend the graduating exercises.

Edward Briskson, of Adrian, one of the prominent business men of Adrian, was in town a short time Tuesday.

Mrs. A.A. Aulwes, of Hartford, S.D., was in the city the first of the week visiting with her mother, Mrs. M. Becker.

Etta and Ira Marriage, of Mullenville, Kansas, are in the city visiting with relatives, the guests of G.B. Hildyard and family.

James Horn returned to his home in Luverne Wednesday, after having visited with his sister, Mrs. William Malcolm, and family.

Mrs. W.R. Rogers left Tuesday for a visit of three month's duration with her parents and a large host of friends in Rochester, N.H.

Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Hellin and Oscar Schmid, of Elgin, Ill., have returned to their homes after a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends.

Mrs. Fred Kasson and family departed today for their new home in St. Paul. Mr. Kasson was formerly employed here as a baker in Loveless Grocery.

On complaint of L.C. O'Malley, A.W. Johnson, of Wilmont, was arrested Monday and brought before Judge Dow charged with violating the pharmacy law. He pleaded guilty and was fined $50 and costs.

Miss Lois Low and J.D. Giberson, who have been teaching the Wilmont schools for the past year, were visiting with Worthington friends last Saturday. They were on their way home, the former going to St. Paul and the latter to Lakefield, this state.

Mrs. J.S. Frink departed on Monday for Lake Park, Iowa, for a short visit where she will be joined by her mother, Mrs. Beard, of Luverne. They will both leave this week for Geneseo, Illinois, where they will spend a month visiting with relatives and old friends.

Dr. and Mrs. O.J. Ferris, of Portland, Oregon, were in the city this week visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.L. McCartney. On Tuesday they left for a visit at Mitchell, S.D., accompanied by Iranse McCartney. They expect to return for a longer visit.

John D. Rippberger received a message from Chicago last week announcing the death of his son-in-law, George W. Giroux. He was a traveling salesman for Kieth Bros. and has made this town for twenty years and his many friends here and in other places will receive the news with sorrowing hearts.

Alfred Hedlund returned home from a visit at Sioux City Saturday.

Clerk of Court, Humiston was in Windom Tuesday attending district court.

E. Graf, of Lismore, was shaking hands with Worthington friends Wednesday.

Mrs. William Higgins, of Lismore, was visiting with Worthington friends Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Asmann were in Brewster Monday to attend the Meyer funeral.

Mrs. Nick Klaras and two little daughters, went to Sioux Falls Thursday for a visit.

Mrs. E.R. Pickett, of Rock Rapids, Iowa, was visiting with friends in the city Wednesday.

Mrs. J.R. Mills, of Minneapolis, returned to her home Saturday, after a visit with Mrs. Dickens.

A large number of Worthington people attended the funeral of John Meier at Brewster Monday.

John Tolverson and Ben Metzke, of Fulda, were in attendance at the graduating exercises Tuesday evening.

Thos. Wilson returned to his home in Mazomanie, Wis., Wednesday, after a visit with M.P. Mann and family.

Mrs. Eda M. Lewis returned home from Mankato Saturday, where she has been attending the state Normal school.

Mr. and Mrs. D. Groth, of Iona, who have been the guests of George Pfarrer and family, departed Saturday for their home.

Glenn Bear spent a few days the latter part of last week and the first of this week visiting with friends in Fairmont.

Rev. J.E. Greenlund returned to his home in Morris, Illinois Friday, after a visit with friends in this city and vicinity.

Mrs. C.A. Albinson departed Friday for a visit at Minneapolis and Fergus Falls. She expects to be absent about two weeks.

F.E. Caldwell left Friday for Elgin, Illinois, to attend the Grand Lodge of the Mystic Workers. He will return in about a week to complete the organization of the lodge here.

C.H. Haggard, who has been attending the agricultural college at Ames, Iowa, returned home Saturday and will spend the summer vacation with his parents near Worthington.

Messrs. D.E. Harvey and L. Johnson, of Sibley, were transacting business in Worthington Saturday. We understand that one of the gentlemen was looking over the automobile market.

O.G. Grundsten, informs us that in a letter he received from Verona, Missouri, it was stated that Mrs. B.F. Johnson passed away the 17th of April, being nearly 80 years of age. She was one of the old settlers of Nobles county and for a long time was a resident of Worthington.

Hollis H. Goodrich and bride, of Bainville, Mont., who have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Goodrich, departed for their home today. Hollis is cashier of the First Bank of Bainville and his many friends extend to him and his bride their best wishes for their prosperity and happiness through life.

Judge Brown, of Luverne, was over Friday to sentence the men who were arrested for breaking into the box car while the circus was in town, Lincoln Borden (white) received a sentence of eleven months at hard labor in the Penitentiary at Stillwater, and Geo. Walker (colored) drew one year at the same place. Pretty quick work, the men were caught and on their way to prison inside of a week.

C.J. Jones, of Dundee, was transacting business in Worthington this week.

Miss Clara Smith, left Monday for a visit with her sister at Webster City, Iowa.

Mrs. Smith, of Stillwater, visited with friends in the city between trains Friday.

Mrs. G.A. Giles went to Brewster Friday for a few days' visit with friends.

Mrs. Effie Dodge, of Adrian, came over Tuesday to attend the graduating exercises.

Attorney J.A. Town went to Slayton Wednesday to attend the G.A.R. encampment.

Miss Maud Ager on Friday last went to the Twin Cities to spend about a month with friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schaffer went to Brewster Monday to attend the funeral of John Meyer.

Mrs. Ernest Scoville arrived in the city from Minneapolis Wednesday for a visit at the home of C.L. Maxwell.

The Misses Ida and Minnie Nelson, who have been teaching in the public schools, left Wednesday for Kasota.

The Spanish-American war veterans will hold their sixth annual encampment at Faribault June 30 and July 1st.

L. Tripplet was over from Lake Wilson over Sunday to visit with his family. He was accompanied by the Misses Dale and Sackett.

Mrs. H.J. Ludlow departed Monday morning for Baltimore, Ohio, where she will spend a month visiting with relatives and friends.

P.C. Schrader, of Bertrand, Nebr., arrived in the city Tuesday to look over some Nobles county land with a view of purchasing.

Charles Cunningham and sister, Miss Clara, of Brewster, took in the graduating exercises and visited with friends in the city this week.

James Flannigan, of Mammoth, Ill., was looking over Worthington sights Wednesday. He was on his way to Adrian to visit with Reading.

Mesdames S.C. Thom and W.R. McCord, and Miss Clara Malmquist, of Rushmore, were visiting with Worthington friends and doing shopping last Saturday.

E.J. Jones and daughter, Dorothy, went to Adrian Saturday to visit with relatives. He returned the same evening but Miss Dorothy remained for a few days.

Mrs. Catherine McLaughlin, of Newark, New Jersey, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Carpenter for the past three weeks, departed Tuesday morning for Chicago.

Quite a good deal of curiosity has been aroused by the tearing down of the Peter Thomson building on the corner of Tenth street and Third avenue. There has been several disputes as to the kind of lumber and where it came from. The building was composed of bass wood, black walnut and butternut. All of the lumber was hauled overland. The bass wood came from Heron Lake and the walnut and butternut from Estherville, Iowa. It was erected in 1871 by L.F. McLaurin and occupied by him as a general merchandise store.

In a letter received from John H. Scott, now residing at Modesto, California, he states that they have no intention of residing there permanently. They simply went there to see if the climate agreed with their health and the intention was to remain about 18 months. He says he has purchased a residence to avoid paying rent and that he can dispose of it to advance at any time. In speaking of the irrigating system, he says it may be alright but good old Minnesota land is good enough for him. It is their intention to return Nobles county in about a year. Their new address is 220 Hackberry avenue, Modesto, Calif.

We clip the following from the North Adams, Michigan, Advocate. Mr. Shepard was formerly in the implement business in Worthington and had many friends in this county: "H.S. Shepard died suddenly at the home of his nephew, Harvey Shepard, north of this village, of apoplexy, aged 74 years. The funeral will be held at his late home Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m."

Tom Fernell was over from Rushmore on business Wednesday.

Miss Horswill left for her home in Esterline, So. Dak., Wednesday.

J.L. Brannigan was called to Rock Rapids, Iowa, by the death of his father.

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. James and little son, Jack, visited with Adrian people Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith were passengers to Brewster Monday for a short visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Read, of Reading, were calling on old friends in the city Monday.

Mrs. A. Jenkins and children went to Windom Monday for a few days' visit with friends.

Henry Ehliers and Fred Little left last week for the twin cities for an indefinite stay.

Mrs. Silver came over from Brewster Saturday for a few days' visit with relatives and friends.

Mrs. J.L. Creig, of Sioux Falls, returned to her home Saturday, after a visit at the home of Mrs. Phillips.

W.M. Milbraith, of the Fairmont Creamery Co. went to Sioux City Saturday for an over Sunday visit.

Mrs. L.C. Dubois went to Sioux Rapids, Iowa, the latter part of last week for a visit with relatives.

Rev. L.L. Sowles went to Rushmore Monday to be in attendance at the county Sunday School convention.

Mrs. J.T. Davis, of Minneapolis, who has been the guest of W.M. Sowles, left Wednesday for Sibley to visit her daughter.

Mrs. West and Miss Pauline Norland were among the Bresterites who attended the graduation exercises here Tuesday night.

Ed Edwards, a former employee at the round house in this city, left the latter part of last week bound for the western coast.

Miss Winnifred Anderson, one of the teachers in the Worthington schools, departed Tuesday for her home in St. Paul.

W.H. Sleezer and family, who have been visiting with friends in the vicinity of Worthington, departed Wednesday for their home at Cherokee, Iowa.

Miss Mabel Nickolas arrived in the city Tuesday from Menomonie, Wis., where she has been attending school. She will be the guest of Worthington friends.

J.S. Frink went to Sioux City Monday to take in the shooting tournament. On Friday and Saturday he will be in attendance at another at Hudson, South Dakota.

C.L. Maxwell, who recently sold his elevator to the Farmers' Elevator Co., has decided to leave Worthington and in about a month will, with his family, remove to Hollister, California.

H.G. Cromwell returned from the eastern part of the state the latter part of last week. He is now looking for anew town to locate in and will most probably select some Iowa place.

Mrs. Paul Striever was visiting with her sister, Mrs. Paul Weise, the latter part of last week. She has just recently arrived from Germany and was on her way to join her husband at Sioux City.

W.C. Hulser, of Reading, was in the city Tuesday on his way home from Akron, Col., where he has been visiting with relatives and other Nobles county people who reside there. He was met here by Mrs. Hulser.

Mrs. Theodore Peterson, of Gibbon, Minn., who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Edward Atrops, returned to her home Monday. She was accompanied by her nephew, Dietrich Atrops, who will spend the summer with her family.

E. Powersock and family, of Reading, were in the city Tuesday on their way to Gaza, Iowa, where Mr. Bowersock has accepted a position with the Bruce-Edgerton Lumber Co. While in Reading he was connected with the Porter Lumber Co.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Peterson, of Rock Rapids, Iowa, came up from that place Tuesday for a short visit. They left in the afternoon, accompanied by C.E. Marr, for Ponca City, Oklahoma, where they will make their future home. They were located there by John Webster.

Mrs. E.J. O'Brien, of St. Paul, who has been in the city looking after her sister's, Miss Coggins, millinery store closed the place up Tuesday and departed for her home. Miss Coggins is at her home in St. Paul ill, but expects to return to Worthington by the first of September and re-open the shop.

Miss Bachtle will spend the summer vacation at her home in Mapleton.

A marriage license to T.L. Hegardt, and Ida Grimes, both of Nobles county.

Mrs. H.G. Cromwell left Friday last for a visit with Sioux City people.

Mrs. S.A. Downes, of Bigelow, was among the Worthington visitors Saturday last.

Mesdames T.A. Palmer and J.N. Gould went to Bigelow for a short visit Monday.

John Hemmingson, of Round Lake, was a Worthington visitor Monday on business.

J.F. Williams went to Sioux Rapids, Iowa, Monday. He will be gone about ten days.

Miss Loretta Ferguson went to Brewster Wednesday for a visit with her sister.

Miss Mabel Schultze went to Heron Lake Monday for an extended visit with relatives.

J.J. Kies was transacting business at Sheldon, Iowa, the latter part of last week.

Miss Mary D. Ash, one of the teachers, departed for her home in Mankato, Wednesday.

Miss Margaret Bird returned to her home in Bigelow Monday after a visit with friends in the city.

Miss Lulu Putman was visiting with friends in the city Monday on her way to her home in Luverne.

Mrs. L.R. Gholz left Tuesday for Ames, Iowa, to attend the graduation of her sister, Miss Everett.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Walker, of Magnolia, were in the city the first of the week visiting with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Carlson, of Archer, Iowa, were the guests of Alfred Hedlund the first of the week.

Herbert Pass, of Wilmont, was a Worthington visitor Friday. He was on his way to Rochester, Minn.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lass of near Rushmore, attended the funeral of John Meyer at Brewster Monday.

Mrs. C.Z. Berry, of Mitchell, South Dakota, was visiting with Worthington friends the latter part of last week.

Harry Bouille, who has been visiting with friends in the city, left Wednesday morning for his home in St. Paul.

William Miller and wife, of Reading, were in the city Monday on their way to Slayton to attend the G.A.R. convention.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Peter Lewis and daughter, Flossie, of Wilmont, came down Monday to attend the graduation exercises.

John Pepple, train dispatcher on the Omaha at St. James, was visiting with relatives and friends in the city the first of the week.

Mrs. E. Reese and two small children, and Mrs. Kizer, of Wilmont, were the guests of Mrs. P. O'Connor a few hours last Saturday.

W. Clyde Taylor and daughter, Pearl, of Minneapolis, were the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Taylor, over Sunday.

Mrs. N.C. Myres, of Westbrook, who has been the guest of her brother, S.E. Bierce and family, departed on Wednesday for her home.

Mrs. S. Prins, of Orange City, Iowa, visited with Worthington friends Wednesday on her way home from Leota. She was accompanied by Mrs. Geo. Prins.

Ross Nelson was initiated into the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Tuesday evening. Daniel Fauskee was given the third degree on the same night.

Pearl and Marian Pettit, formerly of this city, but now of Backoo, N.D., are visiting in the city, the guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C.W.W. Dow.

F.W. Holton, who has been employed as pharmacist in the Red Cross Drug Store, has resigned his position and accepted a similar one with Weber's Pharmacy at Lakefield, Minn.

The Misses Amelia Carsten and Bessie Rielly, of Superior, Iowa, were the guests of Worthington friends Friday. They were on their way to visit with friends and relatives at Wilmont.

Ned Jones was transacting business in Bigelow Tuesday.

Loveless, the grocery man, has a new delivery wagon.

J.J. Kies was transacting business at Lakefield the first of the week.

J.R. Ring, of Shopkee [Shakopee?], Minn., was calling on old friends in the city Tuesday.

Henry Blume, the photographer, was transacting business in Brewster Monday.

Mrs. George Pfarrer, went to Brewster Friday to spend the day with friends.

Miss Reina Dow, a nurse at Asbary Hospital in Minneapolis, is home on a vacation.

C.A. Vilhen was up from Round Lake on business the latter part of last week.

T.R. Hildyard left Tuesday for Currie, Minn., to look after his farming interests.

Mrs. A.D. Fritz, of Ocheyedan, is visiting in the city with relatives and old friends.

Chas. Sternberg and wife, of Rathburn, Idaho, were Worthington visitors this week.

Fred Glovka went to Adrian on business Wednesday, returning the next morning.

Mrs. A.R. Albertus returned Wednesday from a visit with relatives at Jackson, Minn.

Mrs. E. Milbraith, of Lakefield, was in the city the first of the week, the guest of relatives.

Miss Brooks, who has been teaching in the public schools, departed Tuesday for her home in Cannon Falls, Minn.

Mrs. W.J. Kunz, of Storm Lake, Iowa, who has been the guest of Mrs. L.D. Barnes, returned to her home Friday last.

Mrs. Stickman and daughter, Florence, were the guests of Worthington friends Saturday. They were on their way to Sioux Falls.

We are pleased to note that James DeVaney has so far recovered from his attack of typhoid fever as to be around town once more.

Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Rathlisberger returned to their home in Iona, Monday, after a short visit with relatives and friends in this city and vicinity.

Colonel Holbrook wishes to announce that there will be an auction Saturday afternoon, June 11, on the lot east of Dr. Dolan's office on Third avenue.

James Williams, an old settler of Ransom township, is laid up with a broken leg, the result of falling from a scaffold while painting his house.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salmers, of Springfield, Missouri, returned to their home Friday. They were the guests of N. Moberg and other friends in this vicinity.

Glenn Eggleston returned from the west Saturday, where he had been for the past two months. During his absence he was unfortunate enough to break an arm.

Miss Hendrika J. Toering and Tony de Haas, of Orange City, Sioux county, Iowa, were married in this city at the Presbyterian Manse Wednesday morning. The young lady is the daughter of H. Toering, editor of DeVrije Hollander, at Orange City.

County Happenings
From our Vast Army of Correspondents.

BIGELOW

Eva Brandt was in Worthington between trains on Tuesday.

Emil Olson went to Worthington in his auto Tuesday evening.

Mr. LeLos, of Sheldon, made a business trip to Bigelow on Friday.

Miss Ella Horstman, of Sibley, was the guest of Winnie Gray over Sunday.

Mr. Wm. Beckman is tiling for the past two weeks on his farm south of town.

Henry Horstman made his weekly visit Sunday to the Yates home east of town.

Dr. Dolan of Worthington, made two professional calls to our village this week.

Emil Olson and Les Lane went to Worthington by team on Thursday June 2.

Mrs. George Foote and son, Edwin, were Sibley visitors between trains on Friday.

Mrs. Remstell and her daughter, Winnifred, left Thursday morning for their home in Odebolt, Iowa.

Martin Davids went to Allendorff Saturday evening. He returned to Bigelow on Tuesday of this week.

Mr. Courson, of Clarion, Iowa, has been looking after his business interests in this vicinity the past week.

Albert Schlossin was visiting relatives and friends in his home in Hull, Iowa, the fore part of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. Stowe were in Sioux City for a couple of days last week. They returned to Bigelow on Wednesday.

Mr. M.J. Hubbard came home Tuesday night from Haywarden, Iowa, after spending a week with his relatives in that place.

Frank Clapp, the high school teacher, left Saturday morning for his home in Mankato. He expects to go to the university next year.

Mrs. Austin and son, Leroy, came home from Worthington last Wednesday, after a week's visit at the home of Mrs. Stevens of that town.

Mr. William Beckman went to Rochester Thursday to bring his wife home, who has been in the hospital in that city for sometime.

Among our Worthington visitors Thursday were Mrs. D.T. Cain and daughter, Laura, Mrs. Pingel and son, Alva, Mrs. Kraus and baby Carol.

Mrs. Wieke came to our village to keep house for her son, the Hanford creamery man, last Tuesday. They have rented the house vacated by Mrs. E.E. Stover.

Mr. and Mrs. Krause and daughter, Carol, came home Tuesday morning on the early train after a visit with relatives and friends in Fairmont and vicinity.

Mr. Guy Lane, returned to his home in Baxter, Jasper County, Iowa, Wednesday, after a few days visit with his brother, F.L. Lane, and family in this town.

Rev. and Mrs. Stowe, Margaret Bird, Sarah Downs and Warner Hubbard all went to Rushmore Monday to attend the Sunday school convention held in that place.

Word was received last week by the friends f Mrs. Blake Currey, of Macouny Sas Katchewan, of the coming of baby Katherine, to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Currey.

Mr. Kenneth Rathburn, left for his home in Chicago last Tuesday. He went by way of St. Paul and he expected to stay in Milwaukee a few days before going to his home city.

Ada Connor is the guest of Lena Reynolds this week. Miss Ada is a former resident of this village and has many friends here. She is employed in a millinery store at Sheldon at the present time.

Mrs. Byron Wicks went to Provo, South Dakota, to join her husband, Mr. Wicks has land near that place and he and Mrs. Wicks expect to live there in the future.

Mrs. Mamanga and her family who live near George, Iowa, spent very pleasant time at the homes of Mrs. Robt. Bird and Mrs. A.E. Yeske of this place on Monday.

Mrs. Lemont Shaw and her little son, left Tuesday for her old home in Blackford, Kentucky. Mrs. Shaw has not been well for sometime and she hopes she may be benefited by the change of climate. Mr. Shaw went as far as Chicago with her.

Mr. Aug. Klessig took sick suddenly Monday afternoon. He has been unable to walk for sometime but he developed more dangerous symptoms all at once and Dr. Dolan of Worthington was called. He has had everything possible done for his comfort and we trust that he will soon be better.

Will Cosgrove came home Monday to relieve Fred Pingel at the Omaha station, who expects to take a lay-off for sometime. Mr. and Mrs. Pingel and son, Alva, will go to Tomo, Wisconsin, where many of their relatives live. Will Cosgrove has been day operator at Nichols, Minnesota, until his removal to this, his home town.

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Miss _oley, of Sheldon, returned to her home Monday after a visit with Worthington friends. She was accompanied by Miss Nellie Hornsteine, who will be her guest for a time.

Thursday, June 16, 1910

Proximity Panagyric

James Rose, of Adrian, was married at Sioux Falls last week.

The prison sentence of Thomas B. Clement, has been commuted to four years. He was sentenced for eight years for misapplying the funds of the First National Bank at Faribault.

Rudolph Jahntz, aged about 30, was drowned in the Blue Earth River near Vernon Center, Sunday afternoon while fishing. His body was soon recovered.

Albert Annis was sentenced last week at Fairmont by Judge Brown to fifteen years at hard labor in the penitentiary at Stillwater for attempted criminal assault. This is his third sentence to the Stillwater prison for similar offences.

Dan Nystrom went to Adrian Saturday for an over Sunday visit with friends.

Miss Mary Peterson, of Windom, was the guest of Worthington friends over Sunday.

Frank Lapache and William Seline visited in Sioux Falls the latter part of last week.

Misses Myrtle Kunzman and Lottie Kall were visiting with Org friends Friday last.

Clerk of Court Humiston, was in attendance at the Dinehart funeral at Slayton last week.

L.H. Gray was transacting business in the Twin Cities a couple of days the latter part of last week.

Miss Sarah Snyder, of Fulda, was visiting relatives and friends in the city the first of the week.

Miss Bessie Hubbard, returned to her home in Bigelow, Friday after a visit with friends here.

Col. D.E. Jones, of Minneapolis, was the guest of Harry S. Hobson the latter part of last week.

Miss Nellie Hornsteine returned Saturday from Sheldon, Iowa, where she has been visiting friends.

Mrs. J.H. Maxwell and Orphia Saxon went to Windom Monday for a weeks' visit with relatives.

Rev. and Mrs. Jennings and daughter Josephine, departed Friday for their new home in Blue Earth.

Rev. and Mrs. Johnson departed on Monday for Canby, Minn., where they will spend a couple of weeks.

Joe Hildyard was over from Sioux Falls Sunday visiting with his parents and other relatives and friends.

Mrs. E.W. Hall arrived in the city Monday from Minneapolis for a short visit with her sister, Miss E.H. Hall.

Lew Holbrook left Tuesday morning for Aberdeen, South Dakota, where he will spend the summer in the harvest fields.

Mrs. H.W. Steffen is enjoying a visit with relatives and old friends in Chicago. She expects to be absent about two weeks.

Henry Tietenberg and daughter, Anna, of Wilmont, were visiting with relatives and friends in the city the latter part of last week.

Mesdames John Mitchell and John Fitch went to Minneapolis Saturday. They were delegates to the convention of the Women's Relief Corps.

Mrs. P.R. Peterson went to Storden, Minn., Saturday for a visit with relatives. She was accompanied by Nels. Peterson, of Wellingford, Iowa.

Misses Florence McIntosh and Bernice Weidman, who have been attending Morningside College, returned home last week for the summer vacation.

Mr. and Mrs. Lunch and Mrs. Ruddy, of Luverne, arrived in the city Thursday and remained until Friday morning. They were on their way to Lanesboro, Minn.

Rev. Homer Vansburg, of Oakland, California, was the guest of Capt. S.S. Smith and other relatives in Worthington a couple of days the latter part of last week.

Peter Waldron and family departed Friday for St. Paul, for a visit with friends and relatives. Mr. Waldron returned in a few days but the family expects to remain about a month.

F.E. Caldwell, state manager for the Mystic Workers of the World, returned to Worthington Monday. He had been in attendance at a meeting of the grand lodge of that order at Elgin, Illinois. He will remain in Worthington until he has completed the organization of a local lodge.

J. Schechter went to Ireton, Iowa, Saturday for a short visit with relatives.

Chas. Won, of the City Laundry, went to St. Paul Saturday for a short visit.

John Wilson has resigned his position as baggageman at the Omaha depot.

Miss Bernice Dieckhoff, of St. Paul, is visiting in the city, the guest of relatives.

Mrs. Nick Casaretto, of Sibley, was the guest of relatives in the city Saturday.

Mrs. M. Martin arrived in the city from St. Paul for a visit with relatives Saturday.

George Defreeze, of Sibley, Iowa, was transacting business in Worthington Saturday.

Walter Catlins, of LeMars, Iowa, was transacting business in Worthington Friday last.

Mrs. Anna Davis went to St. Paul Monday for a few days' visit with relatives and friends.

John Webster was transacting land business in the vicinity of Slayton the latter part of last week.

Fletcher Modisett, of Bigelow, was seen on the streets of Worthington the latter part of last week.

Misses Vera and Fern Everett, of Ash Creek, were the guests of relatives in the city a few days this week.

Mesdames Thompson and Miller, of Wilmont, were the guests of Worthington friends a few hours Saturday.

Mrs. P. Hickby, who has been the guest of Worthington friends, returned to her home in Lakefield Monday.

Miss Ida Olson who has been visiting with friends in the city, returned to her home in Triumph, Minn., Saturday.

Bob Reed went to Adrian Wednesday to test a couple cars of the product that made Rockefeller famous.

G.J. Garbrick, of Sheldon, Iowa, arrived in town last Friday on business. He is engaged in ditching for tile drainage.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reemts, of Reading, were the guests of relatives and friends in the city the latter part of last week.

Messrs. W.D. Boddy, and T.A. Palmer went to Alexandria, this week to be in attendance at the State Firemen's Convention.

Clyde Williams and family arrived in the city Saturday from Bowman, North Dakota, where he has recently proved up on a claim.

Mrs. A.O. Steffens, who has been the guest of Worthington relatives, returned to her home in Red Wing, Minn., Monday.

Miss Emily Grams, who has been employed as nurse at Dr. Manson's hospital, departed on Monday for her home at Mankato.

Miss Annie Olson returned from a visit at Fergus Falls, Minn., the latter part of last week. She was accompanied by Miss Elsie Palm.

Mrs. S.P. Hurst, who has been the guest of friends in the vicinity of Worthington, returned to her home in Aberdeen, S.D. Monday.

Miss Edith Cale returned from Abercombie, North Dakota, where she has been teaching school. She will spend the vacation with her parents in this city.

Walter Moeller, who has been visiting with his parents and other relatives, departed Saturday for his home in Canton, S.D. He is employed as a railway mail clerk.

Mrs. H.A. Pedient went to Lake City, Minn., Saturday to visit with her daughter, Mrs. A.H. Kalkbrenner, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis.

Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Anderson went to Sioux Falls Saturday for a short visit. From there they went to Maynard, Minn., to attend the State Conference of the Swedish Baptist church.

Word received from James Mann states that he arrived in Boise with Sam Stewart's car O.K. He made a record trip, arriving there in one week. He is now in Brogan, Oregon, helping Art Lyon get his hotel in order for the rush of business on the completion of the railroad to that point about July 1st.

Mrs. Frank Cline was visiting with Worthington friends the first of the week.

A.R. Albertus has rented the Sam Stewart residence and is moving into it today.

Hans Larson, of Mankato, was in Worthington on business the first of the week.

City Clerk Carncross received a new combination typewriter desk this week. It is a dandy.

A.H. Willard, of Des Moines, Iowa, was a visitor to Worthington on business Tuesday.

Mrs. Butcher and Miss Reynolds, of Bigelow, were calling on friends in the city Wednesday.

A.D. Morland, of Larchwood, was transacting business in Worthington and vicinity the first of the week.

Miss Watson, of Northfield, was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. R.L. Morland, the latter part of last week.

M.P. Mann on Tuesday sold Claud Lopau [Lopan?], of Osceola county, Iowa, a 200 acre farm in Graham Lake township.

Mrs. C.E. Boddy, of Rushmore, returned to her home Monday afternoon, after a few days' visit with relatives in the city.

Max Friedland, of St. Paul, representing the Remington Typewriter Co. was a pleasant caller at this office Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer of Marcus, Ia., returned to their home Tuesday. They had been the guests of Chas. Foelchow and family.

Mrs. Geo. Calvet and three sons of Mitchell, S.D., visited with old friends in the city Monday, while on their way to Wilmont to spend a few days with relatives.

C.L. Reidesel, of Denver, who has been visiting with his parents and other relatives and friends in Worthington and vicinity, departed on Tuesday for his home.

Fong Moon, a Chinese laundryman at Mankato, was married to Miss Louise Lane at Waterville, Minn. He was married before and has three children living in China.

Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Ferris, who have been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.L. McCartney departed for Minneapolis Friday. They were accompanied by her father, who went for a few days' sight seeing.

M.P. Mann has been appointed local weather observer to fill the vacancy caused by the removal of W.I. Carpenter. Daily weather bulletins will be displayed in the window of the Worthington National Bank.

Miss Clara Fornter [Fortner?], who has been visiting with friends in the city, departed Wednesday for her home in La Crosse, Wis. Miss Fortner has been teaching school at Magnolia and is going home for the summer vacation.

H. Cox made Sheldon, Iowa, a visit a couple of days the first of the week.

Axel Ekdahl went to Eastwood, Minn., Wednesday for a week's stay on business.

Judge Brown, of Luverne, was in the city Monday. He is holding court at Luverne.

John Hemmings, of Round Lake, was transacting business in Worthington Tuesday.

James Carney, of Bigelow, was a business visitor to Worthington the first of the week.

Miss Dora Sterling went to Slayton Tuesday to attend a convention of the Christian Endeavor.

Rev. and Mrs. G.D. Stowe, of Bigelow, were over Wednesday in consultation with Drs. Weidow & Mork.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Rudolph left Wednesday morning for a week's visit at their old home in Leroy, Minn.

Alfred Nazarenus is spending a few days this week in Dewald township, the guest of the Herman children.

Clarence Anderson went to Minneapolis Wednesday, where he will visit with the family of John Peterson.

Mrs. Herbert and son, of Luverne, are visiting with her brother, Richard Schultz, and family, of this place.

The bath house is now open to the public and some of those who are brave enough to enter report the water fine.

Mrs. J.D. Everett went to Ash Creek Thursday for a visit with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.D. Everett.

Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, of Sibley, returned to their home Tuesday. They have been visiting at the Guernsey and Prideaux homes.

H.M. Roshon went to Adrian Monday to take an examination for the running of the new steam engine at the tile factory.

Mr. and Mrs. N.H. Austin, who have been visiting with their son, L.M. Austin, returned to their home in Eagle Grove, Ia., Wednesday.

W.W. Turnbull, of Sibley, and Mr. Lopal, of Osceola county, went out with M.P. Mann Tuesday to look over some Nobles county property.

Miss Hally, of Brewster, was in the city Tuesday visiting with friends. She had just returned from a visit with her sister at Round Lake.

Frank Mitchell, an old-time Worthington boy, but now located at Minneapolis, spent a few hours here with friends Tuesday. He is now employed as salesman for the Armour Packing Co., his district being Minnesota, Nebraska and the Dakotas.

Mrs. Walter I. Carpenter and family departed on Monday to join her husband at Modesto, California, where they expect to locate permanently. They were residents of this city for the past seven years, and Walt always took an active interest in public affairs. He was at one time village recorder and an officer of the Chautauqua association, and he and his estimable family will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends.

Prof Meredith and family departed last week for their new home at Boone, Iowa. As superintendent of the Worthington public schools he used his utmost endeavors to place it in the front rank of high schools in the state. That his work was not futile, is evidenced by the fact that this spring our high school was placed on the accredited list of the Central Association of Secondary schools. Their departure is regretted by the entire community.

L.A. Gregory and wife, of Adrian, were visitors in our city this week.

J.A. Carlson, of Colfax, N. Dak., was in the city the first of the week.

A.L. Meredith, of Pipestone, was transacting business in the city this week.

Melvin Price, of Mitchell, So. Dak., was in the city Wednesday on business matters.

Miss Florence Hill, of Brewster, was among the visitors from that town this week.

J.R. McCord, of Yankton, So. Dak., was in the city the first of the week on business.

Glenn Eggleston went to Sioux Falls to spend the balance of the week last Wednesday.

Stanley Moore was taking in the sights at the twin cities a few days the latter part of last week.

P.C. Davis came up from Eldora, Iowa, this week to look after his land interests in this vicinity.

S.C. Lobdell, of Spring Valley, Minn., revenue inspector for this district, was in town Wednesday.

Wm. M. Wilcox, of Ida Grove, Iowa, was in the city this week. He is interested in several Nobles county farms.

Clifford and Lavina Johnson depart this morning for St. Paul, where they will spend a couple of months visiting with relatives.

C. Anton, a former Worthington lad, now residing at Minneapolis, was shaking hands with friends here the first of the week.

The life of the little child of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Spielman was despaired of several days the past week, but at the present writing is improving.

Geo. Bonde, a former resident of this county, but now of Story City, Iowa, was visiting with old acquaintances in the city, Wednesday.

Fred Mohr, of Elk township, was calling on old friends in the city last Wednesday. He was on his way to Remsen, Iowa, where he will spend two or three weeks with relatives.

F.L. Sackett, head clerk of Tripplett's store at Lake Wilson, was transacting business in Worthington the latter part of last week. He was accompanied home by his daughter, who had been the guests of friends here.

John Michelson, of Luverne, was calling on old friends in the city last Wednesday while on his way home from Burlington, Col. Mr. Michelson speaks highly of that section of the country and says that he invested heavily in land in that section.

A strange negro while trying to board a train Sunday morning was struck by a switch and knocked off. He was taken to the county poor farm and it was found that his knee was only slightly bruised. He departed the next day with two companions.

E.K. Smith and family this week enjoyed a visit from his mother, Mrs. H.O. Smith, and his sisters, Mrs. Hattie Thom and Mrs. Ida Limbert, all of Omaha. They were on their way to Ohio, to attend a family reunion. Mrs. Thom was accompanied by her son, Harold and daughter, Grace.

Thursday, June 23, 1910

Frank Eggleston, the liveryman, was a business visitor to Adrian Tuesday.

L.H. Gray went to Sioux City Wednesday to attend a big horse sale.

Carl Paplow and son, John, went to Windom Wednesday for a visit with relatives.

G. Flora, of Sibley, was in the city Friday last shaking hands with old acquaintances.

Miss Ella Guernsey, went to Mankato Friday to attend the convention of the Epworth League.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gross, of Milwaukee, are visiting in the city, the guests of Lee Beech and family.

Mrs. N. Klaras went to Adrian Wednesday to attend the commencement exercises of the parochial schools.

W.F. Prideaux and son, Donald, of Dodgeville, Wis., were the guests of J.H. Jones and family this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burchard went to St. James Friday the latter part of last week for a short visit with relatives.

Mrs. W.H. Prideaux, of Adrian, visited in the city the first of the week the guest of J.H. James and family.

Mrs. Josie Black returned to her home at Ellsworth, after having been a guest at the home of E.G. Johnson and family.

Misses Clara Bisch and Amelia Herman went to Fulda Saturday to remain over Sunday visiting with relatives and old friends.

Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Prettyman, of St. Charles, South Dakota, were the guests of W.E. Bloom and family the first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Swenson arrived in the city Saturday for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. L.A. Wannamaker and family.

Miss Amelia Casleton, of Plainview, Minn., arrived in the city Saturday for a visit with her brother, Rev. Ralph Carleton and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dunbar and children left last Friday for an extended visit with relatives in Chicago and other Illinois points.

N. Wienandt, of Minneapolis, formerly one of the publishers of the Herald, was circulating among old friends in town the first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, who have been the guests of relatives in this vicinity, departed on Tuesday for their home in Minneapolis.

Mr. and Mrs. Mohr and Mrs. Brand and daughter, Winifred, of Pierce, Nebraska, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Gould over Sunday.

John O'Connor, of Leota township, was in town Friday on his way to St. Paul on business. He was accompanied by W.S. Johns, of Luverne.

Chas. Glovka, of Lismore, was calling on friends in town Monday. He was on his way to Crookston to look over the land in that section.

Axel Larson and Jesse Black, of Luverne, spent several days the latter part of last week and the first of this visiting with friends and relatives in Worthington and vicinity.

We are in receipt of a letter from A.J. Strand from Longmont, Colorado, in which he states that they will make that place their future home.

Misses Sophia and Anna Schilling, who have been visiting in the vicinity of Worthington, departed on Saturday for their home at Little Rock, Iowa.

Miss Berniece Stevens, who has been the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Stevens, for some time, departed on Tuesday for her home in Edgerton.

C.S. Jones, of Dundee, was in the city Wednesday on his way to St. Paul. He was the principal of the Dundee schools, but has resigned and will remove to the western part of South Dakota.

Mrs. Sibley and daughter, Miss Bessie, left Sunday for a visit at St. Paul. They were joined at Mankato by Miss Theresa Sibley. The young ladies will attend the summer session of the State University.

Miss Mae Larson, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Hazen A. Ackerman, departed Friday for her home in Minneapolis. She was accompanied by her niece, little Bessie Mae Ackerman.

K.V. Mitchell, cashier of the Citizens National Bank, returned from Agar, South Dakota, last Friday. He, and his brother, F.D. Mitchell, of Brewster, have established a bank there. Success, gentlemen.

H. Albertson, of Brewster, was in the city Wednesday and made this office a pleasant call. He informs us that he has sold his farm near Brewster and will leave Monday to find a new location. He says he has no idea where he will go but will look around until he finds a favorable spot. Although he may invest in farming land, it is intention not to work it himself. The Globe wishes him good luck and prosperity wherever he may decide to locate.

J.E. Carlson went to Jeffers, Minn., Sunday for a two weeks' stay on business.

Miss Lillian Darling, went to Brewster Friday for a few days' visit with friends.

Forman Long, of Luverne, was shaking hands with Worthington friends Monday.

L. Triplett went to the twin cities Sunday afternoon for a few days on business.

Mrs. Roy Newman returned Sunday from a week's visit with relatives at St. James.

Mesdames F.D. and Jack Richards went to Kinbrae Wednesday for a week's visit.

Miss Langseth went to Rushmore Tuesday afternoon to visit old friends for a few days.

Herbert Noren and Ernest Anderson went to Windom Sunday, returning Monday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson, of Remsen, Iowa, were visiting in Worthington Wednesday.

Messrs. Fred Humiston, J.A. Town and Daniel Shell, left Sunday afternoon for St. Paul to attend the state republican convention.

G.E. Briggs, the Wilmont banker, was calling on friends in the city the first of the week.

Rev. G.A. Cahoon went to Windom on business Tuesday morning, returning in the afternoon.

Mrs. G. Fagerstrom of Rushmore, was the guest of Worthington people the first of the week.

Mesdames W.I. Poole and Ida F. Milton went to Luverne Tuesday to stay the balance of the week.

Masters Fred and Henry Muncho went to Brewster Friday for a short visit with friends and relatives.

Mrs. L.L. McCartney and children departed on Sunday for a visit with relatives and friends at the twin cities.

Messrs. L. Stoltenberg and Peter Strathers, two business men from Lake Park, were Worthington visitors Tuesday.

Charles E. Hilary departed Tuesday morning for Winona, where he will spend a couple of months taking medical treatment.

John Drykta and family, of Sheldon, Iowa, were in town the latter part of last week looking over the sights of our beautiful city.

Miss Emma Steigleder, of Spender, Iowa, returned to her home Saturday, after having spent a week with her sister, Mrs. K.V. Mitchell.

Mrs. George Helt, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Webster, went to Sibley Saturday. She was accompanied by her granddaughter, Belle Webster.

Pat Silver, was over from Brewster Sunday visiting with relatives. His little son, Edward, who had been visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. William Ferguson, and family, returned with him.

Stuart Sawyer, who has been employed as ad and job man in this office, has resigned his position and accepted a similar one on the Luverne Herald. Stuart is an A No. 1 man and the Herald is lucky in securing him.

Miss Elizabeth S. Thompson, who was a member of the Worthington school faculty the past two years, was married at the home of Mrs. Arthur Cragg, in Minneapolis, June 11. The happy groom was A. Hugh Warner, of Minneapolis. The bride was dressed in white satin. After a short trip in the east they will be at home to their many friends at 426 Penn. Ave. N. Minneapolis. The many friends of Mrs. Warner in this city joins with the Globe in extending congratulations to the happy couple.

F.A. Fallgatter, of Wilmont, was a Worthington visitor Monday.

Mrs. J. Suddaby went to Pipestone Saturday for a visit with relatives over Sunday.

John Rivenberg, of Adrian, was transacting business in Worthington Saturday.

J.D. Everett went to Ash Creek Saturday to visit with his wife and other relatives.

John Webster returned Saturday from a business trip to Sheldon and other Iowa points.

Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Seivers, of Wilmont, were visiting in the city the latter part of last week.

John, Fred and Anna Koessler, of Lismore, were visiting in Worthington the first of the week.

Miss Euda Weidman, of Rock Valley, Iowa, was visiting with Worthington friends Saturday.

John Rebeck, who has been the guest of relatives in this vicinity, departed on Tuesday for his home in Polo, Ill.

D. Giser, returned to his home in Mason City, Iowa, Tuesday, after having visited with relatives in this city.

Mr. and Mrs. G. Sutherland returned to their home in Heron Lake Friday after a visit with friends in Worthington.

Mrs. C.B. Wilson returned to her home in Parkersburg, Iowa, Sunday, after a visit with Worthington relatives.

Miss Grace Agay, of Adrian, was the guest of Mrs. N. Klaras the first of the week.

R.C. Denkman, one of Round Lake's bankers, was a Worthington visitor Tuesday.

J.S. Frink is shooting in the Grand American tournament at Chicago this week. At St. Paul he landed in eighth place.

Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Peterson, of Cokato, Minn., who have been the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Shipp, went to Sioux City Monday.

Jacob Gaiser, of Mason City, Iowa, arrived in the city Saturday on business and also to visit with his sons, John and Fred, north of town.

Rev. L.L. Sowles performed the ceremony Wednesday that made William Emmett and Ada Rose Hammond, of Kanaranzi, man and wife.

H.M. Brehm, of Round Lake, drove up Monday for a short stay with Worthington friends. He was accompanied by his daughter, Miss Amanda, who took the train for Jackson, where she will attend summer school.

Mrs. H. Alvord and daughter, Miss Hattie, arrived in the city Tuesday from Eagle Lake for a visit at the home of Rev. Alvord and family. They expect to remain about two weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Lowe, of Kelsa, Wash., were the guests of Worthington friends Tuesday. They were formerly residents of this county and were on their way to visit relatives at Beaver Creek.

Rev. and Mrs. Youngstrom, who have been visiting with friends in the city, departed Wednesday for their home in Helena, Montana. Rev. Youngstrom preached at the Swedish Mission church Sunday.

A very pleasant time was had at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Williamson, near Worthington Sunday by a number of relatives and friends, who gathered for a farewell visit with Ira and Etta Marriage and Mrs. Eliza Austin, who departed Monday for Mullenville, Kansas.

J.F. Ullrich sold one of those famous Overland automobiles to Fred Dahlheim Monday.

Mrs. Hawley went to Sioux City Saturday for an over Sunday visit with her husband.

T.R. Hildyard went to Currie Friday to look after his farming interests in that section.

John Montgomery went to Mason City Iowa Friday on business, to be absent several days.

L. Heath took the train Wednesday for Jenkins, Minn., his old home. He has been working in this vicinity for some time.

Thursday, June 30, 1910

Editor Marries.

H.H. Peters, Editor of the Beaver Creek Banner, and Miss Nettie Lavina Rowe were married at Adrian Wednesday. The bride is a daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rowe and is one of Adrian's most prominent young ladies. The Globe extends congratulations and best wishes to the happy couple and wishes them a long life of prosperity and happiness.

A quiet wedding occurred at the Congregational parsonage at high noon June 28, when James E. Sowles and Melesin K. Slade were made husband and wife by Dr. L.L. Sowles, the bride's father. The young couple left on the night train for a trip in the northern part of the state. The Globe extends congratulations.

Mr. and Mrs. John Holmberg and Mrs. Ausham, of Round Lake township, were in the city Saturday on their way to Fairmont, to attend a camp meeting.

Lee Bear now has charge of the bath house.

Miss Seely, of Windom, was a Worthington caller Monday.

C.N. Williams made a short visit to Bingham Lake Monday.

Leona Poole went to Luverne Monday for a visit with friends.

Ed Adolphson, of Wilmont, was a Worthington visitor Tuesday.

Mrs. G. Morrison and son, went to Fulda Monday for a few days visit.

C.O. Ford departed Tuesday afternoon for the twin cities on business.

Mrs. W.E. Peters, and son, W.H., went to Adrian Tuesday for a visit.

Mrs. E. Graaf of Lismore, was visiting with friends in the city Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coulter are visiting with relatives and friends at Lodi, Ill.

Mrs. W.E. Davis and son left Monday for a few days' visit at Heron Lake.

Mrs. John James returned from a visit with relatives at Rushmore Tuesday.

Henry Otto, of Hardwick, was taking in the sights of Worthington Tuesday.

Joe Hildyard, of Sioux Falls, visited relatives and friends in the city this week.

Miss Lottie Bedient left Monday for a week's visit at Adrian and Spirit Lake.

Miss Ida Yeske went to Bigelow Monday afternoon for a couple of days' visit.

P.H. McMurtry returned Monday from a visit with his family at Fairmont.

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

Mrs. C.N. Williams, went to Bingham Lake Friday for a visit with her parents.

Miss Hazel Swartwood left last Friday for a few days' visit with Mankato people.

Mrs. Bloxham went to Sheldon Saturday for a few days visit with relatives and friends.

J.A. Smith left last week for Nebraska to visit over various sections of that state.

Mrs. Alfred Cook, of Heron Lake, was visiting in the city the latter part of last week.

W.W. Milbraith went to Lakefield Sunday for a short visit with relatives and friends.

Misses Amelia and Lizzie Masgai visited in Adrian last week, the guests of relatives.

Bruce Yale went to Sibley on business Tuesday afternoon, returning the next morning.

John Johnson went to Windom Tuesday morning for a couple of days' stay on business.

Mrs. W.S. Wyatt departed on Tuesday morning for a visit at St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Wilbur Hunt of this place was making a pleasant call on Adrian friends last Saturday.

Thomas Thompson, of Windom, was the guest of Rev. Aschim a couple of days this week.

"Buck" Breinholt, of Minneapolis, who has been ill at the home of Ross Nelson, is improving.

Miss Edith Goembel, of Luverne, was the guest of her friend, Miss Arla Smith, last week.

Glenn B. Everett, of St. James, was visiting relatives in Worthington the first of the week.

Mr. Jones, of the Luverne Creamery, was a Worthington visitor one day the first of the week.

The little son of Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Carleton was operated on at the city hospital last week.

W. Slocum, of Sibley, was up Tuesday looking over the land in this section of the county.

Mrs. William McKinney, accompanied by Miss Fairbrother, spent Wednesday in Mitchell.

Miss Ethel Hanson arrived in the city last Friday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. G.M. Wilson.

Miss Jessie Cain, of Bigelow, was the guest of Mrs. Gould a few hours Monday, between trains.

Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Philleo, who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.D. Humiston last week.

Mrs. Stroute and Miss Anna Kreun, of Hospers, Iowa, were visiting in Worthington Monday.

Miss Jessie Johnson arrived in the city Saturday from Minneapolis, where she had been visiting.

F.E. Caldwell, went to Blue Earth Saturday for a visit with his family. He returned Wednesday.

Miss Marjorie Shell returned home last week from Milwaukee where she has been attending school.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ogle, of Chicago, arrived in the city last Friday for a visit at the Smallwood home.

G.B. Jackson, of Alden, Minn., was looking over farming land in this vicinity the first of the week.

William Hastings returned home last week from an extended visit with relatives and friends in Illinois.

F.M. Jones departed on Thursday last for a few days' visit at Jeffers, Minn. He returned Saturday.

Editor Joe Reynolds, of the Mankato Free Press, was in the city last Saturday and made this office a call.

Oscar Lundgren returned last week from Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he had been for medical treatment.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Helms and family, of Minneapolis, are the guests of relatives and friends here this week.

Miss Keel, who has been the guest of friends in the city returned to her home in Sanborn, Iowa, Saturday.

A young lady arrived from Denmark last Saturday and will make her home with Robert Erickson and family.

Frank and Eva Suthers, of Seward, Minn., were the guests of Worthington people the latter part of last week.

Mesdames Fred Palmer and Clara Gordon, of Streeter [Streator], Ill., were visiting with Worthington people Tuesday.

Miss Celia Fairbrother, of Haywarden, Iowa, is visiting in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William McKiney.

Miss Lizzie Wilson, of Pontico, Illinois, is visiting in the city, the guest of her cousin, Miss Mattie Hastings.

K.H. Maxwell went to Windom Saturday for a short visit with relatives. Mrs. Maxwell returned home with him.

Ivan Erickson arrived home last week from Shakopee, Minn., where he had been taking the famous mud baths.

Matt Herman and sister, Miss Clara, of Wilmont, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pass to Worthington Tuesday.

Mrs. A. Strand, of Minneapolis, who has been the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Shipp, departed on Monday for her home.

Mrs. Fred Tripp, of Round Lake, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob. Patterson, the latter part of last week.

J.F. Williams and L.F. Dubois and wife departed the latter part of last week for their home at Sioux Rapids, Iowa.

E.B. Paul returned Tuesday evening from a month's visit with relatives and friends at his old home in Madison, Wisconsin.

A.J. Hogan, of Sioux City, was in the city the first of the week. He was also looking over his land interests in this vicinity.

Miss Nancy Clark visited with relatives and friends in Slayton the first of the week. She was accompanied home by her mother, who has been visiting there for some time.

Messrs. and Mesdames W.A. Snook and Elmer Tache, of Luverne, were taking in the sights of Worthington last Friday.

Rev. Robinson, who was a minister in Worthington a number of years ago, was calling on old friends in town the first of the week.

Mrs. J.D. Mattison, who has been visiting with Worthington people, departed on Thursday for her home in New Ulm, Minn.

Mesdames Patterson and Verhage, of Sibley, were visiting in the city the latter part of last week, guests at the home of C. White.

Mrs. S. Kindlund and daughter, Miss Martha, returned this week from an extended visit gto various points in northern Minnesota.

Mr. and Mrs. E.K. Green, of Reinbeck, Iowa, returned home Monday. They had been up here looking after their property interest.

James DeVaney left last Friday morning for a visit at the twin cities. He has recently recovered from a hard attack of typhoid fever.

Dr. Sullwold was called to St. Paul last week by the death of his father. He was seventy-one years of age and was buried at that place.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Larson, of Hartford, South Dakota, returned to their home Monday afternoon, after having visited in Worthington and vicinity.

Tomorrow is the last day of the big aviation meet at Sioux City. C.L. Willard and J.C. Mars are the men who will drive the air flyers.

Ray Darling went to Brewster Monday. He was advertising the excursions of the Little Sioux steamer on Lake Okabena during the summer.

Mrs. .T. Davis went to Sibley Monday, called there by the illness of her husband. She expects to leave the first of the week for Minneapolis.

Miss Paula King returned Saturday to her home in Long Prairie, Minn., after a visit with friends in Worthington, where she had a pleasant time.

Mrs. H.W. Steffens returned Monday morning from a two weeks' visit with relatives and old friends at Chicago, where she had a pleasant time.

H.H. Peters, of the Beaver Creek Banner, was a Worthington visitor on business last Saturday. We acknowledge a pleasant call from the gentleman.

George Casey returned to his home in Cherokee, Iowa, Monday. He had been visiting relatives and friends in the vicinity of Worthington and Wilmont.

Mrs. M. Hemming, residing near Fulda, was in the city Monday and took the train for Mankato to secure medical treatment for her little baby's eyes.

Mrs. L. Triplett and daughter went to Lake Wilson Thursday of last week to visit with her husband, who is running a general merchandise store at that place.

C. Soderholm, of near Reading, was in Worthington Tuesday and took the train for Minneapolis. He will also visit at other points in the state before returning.

Charles West, of Fulda, was in town last week on business. While here he made this office a pleasant call and renewed his allegiance to the Globe for another year.

Julius Palm went to Mankato on business Tuesday. He is the most busy man in this section these days. He has a force of twenty carpenters and five concrete men.

C.I. Meyers, who has been representing the Oliver Typewriter Co., in this section, has been appointed manager for this company in North Dakota and Montana.

G.B. Stiles, of Hooper, Nebraska, was a Worthington visitor on business Monday. We are informed that while in this vicinity he purchased a half section of land near Fulda.

Stanley Bullard, of Lakefield, was in the city the first of the week looking over the Worthington Concrete & Tile Company's plant. He is interested in the tile company at his home town.

Mr. and Mrs. George Heath, of Waterloo, Iowa, who have been the guests of Mrs. J.K. Baker, departed on Monday afternoon for their home. Mrs. Heath was Miss Dot Salmon, of this city.

J.H. Breffle left Wednesday morning for Kansas and other states with a view of finding a location in a good farming section. It is his intention to purchase a farm and operate it himself.

James Sowles left this week for Rathburn, Idaho, and will look that section of the country over with the view of taking up a claim. James is certainly taking the advice of Horace Greeley.

Mrs. John Lawson and daughter, Marie, departed Thursday for Paynesville, Minn., where they will spend a couple weeks visiting with Mrs. Lawson's sister, Mrs. G.F. Brown and family.

S.V. Wyckoff has decided to retire from the mercantile business and is advertising his goods at cost.

Miss Lillian Darling went to Brewster Wednesday to visit with friends.

Mr. Pass, known as Grandpa Pass, one of the oldest residents of Nobles county, died at the home of his daughter in Wilmont last week, aged about _7 [87?] years. He had been confined to the house for a number of years by a general breaking down.

Joe Pass and Miss Mary Horman were united in marriage at the Catholic church in Lismore on Tuesday, Rev. Father Grave officiating. The bride is one of Lismore's most prominent young ladies and the groom is no stranger to our people. He was employed for some time in the Worthington State Bank and resigned his position to accept the cashiership of a bank at Crosby, N.D., which position he now holds. The happy couple were in Worthington a short time Tuesday on their way to their home at Crosby. They will also visit a week at the twin cities. The many friends of the young people in Worthington and vicinity joins with the Globe in extending congratulations and good wishes.

Local Overflow.

Ben Tillman, of Wilmont, was among the Worthington visitors yesterday.

John Webster made a business trip to Sheldon and other Iowa points yesterday.

O.P. Smith, of Westbrook, was transacting business in Worthington Wednesday.

Mrs. A. Hawley has disposed of her millinery business this week to Mrs. Alma Peterson. Mrs. Hawley Wilmont eave for the west in a short time on account of her health.

Mrs. Sarah Kirk returned home Tuesday evening from a week's visit with her son and family at Rockwell City, Iowa. She was accompanied home by her granddaughter, Miss Etta Kirk.

Steve Muck had the misfortune to sustain a fractured collar bone at the tile factory Tuesday. He was standing on the mixer and a belt struck a shovel he was holding, knocking him to the floor.

 

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