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Thursday, November 3, 1910

Obituary

The sad news was received in this city Thursday last of the death of Mrs. Ida Mathilda Gustafson, residing about five miles south of Worthington.

The deceased was born in Sweden, July 5, 1864, and came to America in 1867, and settled with her parents in Spring Garden, Minn. In 1872 they moved to Worthington, which has been the home of the deceased ever since, with the exception of a short time when they resided at Little Falls, Minn.

The deceased was married in 1872, and her husband died in 1893. She leaves four sons, three daughters, a mother, two sisters and one brother to mourn her loss.

The funeral services were held Monday at the home and at the Swedish Lutheran Church, conducted by Rev. Shipp. At the house the service consisted of singing, scripture reading and prayer. At the church the usual services were held, conducted half in English and half in Swedish.

Mrs. Gustafson was highly respected by all who knew her and the entire community extends sympathy to the sorrowing relatives.

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Miss Martin David, of Bigelow, was calling on her numerous friends in Worthington Tuesday.

H. Soenke, of Little Rock, a former resident of this city, was calling on friends in town Saturday.

H. Hanson, of Luverne, was calling on Worthington friends and transacting business Friday last.

Mrs. L.R. Gholz left Tuesday morning for Spirit Lake, Iowa, for a few days' visit with relatives.

Miss Sadie Dempsey, of Windom, was visiting with friends in Worthington the latter part of last week.

Andrew Olson, of Dundee, was shaking hands with old acquaintances in town a couple of days the first of the week.

Miss Mary Hartman, of Mankato, arrived in the city Monday afternoon for a visit with friends in Worthington and vicinity.

Miss Emma Larson, of Minneapolis arrived in the city Wednesday and is employed as waitress in the Hotel Worthington.

Messrs. Emil and Ed Lois, of Wilmont, were in the city the first of the week and bought a new corn shredding machine and engine.

Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Madison, who have been the guests of his brother, W.E., returned to their home in Mazamonie, Wisconsin, Tuesday.

Mrs. Nancy Goodenough, of Bismark, North Dakota, arrived in the city this week and will spend the winter with her nephew, L.R. Gholz and family.

Master Roman Renner and Miss Esther Renner, of Comfrey, Minn., arrived in the city today, Thursday, for a visit at the home of their uncle, A.M. Renner.

Judge Cory, on Wednesday, Nov. 2, performed the ceremony that made Gus Weise and Martha Benterman, man and wife. The two are both residents of Nobles county.

Judge Cory has been performing quite a number of marriages lately. On the 29th of October, he united in marriage Alfred Filk and Carrie Johnson, of Osceola county, Iowa.

M.F. Sullivan, a former resident of Worthington, but now of Mankato, was calling on old friends in town Wednesday. Mr. Sullivan is the manager of the Singer Sewing Machine Co. at that place.

Mrs. J. Tolles visited with friends in Sioux City the latter part of last week.

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

Will Boddy went to Adrian Friday to take in the pictures of the Johnson-Jeffries prize fight.

D.E. Harvey, of Sheldon, was in the city Tuesday looking after some real estate business.

Real estate agent, M.E. Lawton was transacting business in Lakefield the first of the week.

Vincent Abbott came up from Lake Park, Sunday for a couple of days' visit with relatives and friends.

Wm. Rogers has moved into the Mrs. Anna Davis house. Mrs. Davis will spend the winter in California.

Mrs. I.D. Alvord returned Friday from Lake Benton, where she had been visiting with her parents.

Mrs.. J.P. Silver, of Brewster, visited in the city over Sunday with her mother, Mrs. William Furgeson [Ferguson?].

Mrs. Anna Davis left Tuesday for Adrian, where she will visit with relatives and friends for a few days.

Harry S. Hobson made a trip to Rushmore on business Wednesday afternoon returning on the night train.

Mr. and Mrs. I.N. Wilson and daughter Mary, returned last week from a visit with relatives in Pipestone.

Miss Grace Brown left Monday morning for Bingham Lake, where she will spend a few days with friends.

Oil Inspector Robert Reed journeyed to Adrian Friday to inspect a car of the Standard Oil Company's products.

Mrs. George Mathews, of Sioux City, Iowa, arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit with friends and relatives.

Conductor Albright and family removed to Sioux City the first of the week, where they will make their future home.

Jesse Wilson, of Bigelow, came up Saturday for an over Sunday visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. I.N. Wilson.

Miss Mary Haggard left Tuesday afternoon for Rushmore where she will spend a few days with relatives and friends.

Jerry Luehrs left Monday for Cherokee, Iowa, to be absent a short time looking after his land interests in that section.

Miss Jennie Saxon, of Indian Lake returned home from Princeton, Minn Tuesday where she had been visiting with her sister.

Miss Ellen Olson arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon and will spend a few weeks visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Ellis.

Mr. and Mrs. William McKinney left the latter part of last week for various points in Illinois, for a visit with relatives and old friends.

Clarence Johns, of St. Peter, was calling on old friends in town the first of the week. He was formerly employed in an elevator here.

John Skrable, of Elborn, Iowa, who has been making some extensive improvements on his farm, returned to his home Wednesday.

Mrs. Albertson, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mishler and family, departed on Wednesday for her home in Sanborn, Iowa.

Miss Ethel Carlson, who is attending school here, left Wednesday afternoon for a few days visit at her home in Cherokee, Iowa.

Ed Edwards came up from Sioux City, Friday, where he has been working in the railroad shops. The first of the week he moved his family to that place.

Mrs. James Parker of Sioux Falls and Mrs. Fred Parker, of Duluth, were visiting in the city this week the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson.

Mrs. C.H. Cooper, of Pipestone, arrived in the city Tuesday for a visit at the John Donovan home.

A.F. Dring departed Tuesday afternoon for a trip of a week or ten days through Saskatchewan, Canada.

A.F. Dring and son, Gaylord, were visiting in Sioux Falls a couple of days the latter part of last week.

Fred Witte of Sibley, Iowa, has rented the part of the basement in the Hotel Worthington that was formerly used for a barber shop, and has opened a cobbler's shop.

Messrs. Robert J. Jones and Frank Wilcox of Reading; M.J. Barber and S.C. Freeman, of this city were initiated into the Independent Order of Odd Fellows at their regular meeting on Tuesday evening.

The Degree of Honor gave a very pleasant party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horton last Monday night in honor of Mrs. Ed Edwards, one of their members, the occasion being a farewell as Mrs. Edwards is leaving Worthington will make Sioux City her future home. The Lodge presented her with a very fine pin of that order.

C.A. Pederson the commission ma[n] went to Brewster on business Monday returning in the afternoon.

Miss Maie Monroe, of Sioux Falls arrived in the city Monday afternoon for a visit with relatives and friends.

Miss Caroline Larson, of Currie, Minn., who has been visiting in the city, the guest of Mrs. John Donova[n] returned to her home Monday.

In a card received from Houston Heights Texas from Frank Saxon, he states that they are well and enjoying the lovely fall weather.

Samuel Allen, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Stanley Moore, left Sunday for Minneapolis, where Mr. Allen went to consult medical specialists.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bishop received the sad news Sunday of the death of his father at Merriam Park St. Paul, Minn. They took the afternoon train for that place to attend the funeral. Mr. Bishop was well known in this city having lived here some time and it was with deep regret that our citizens heard of his demise.

Thursday, November 17, 1910

Mrs. John Baker and son came up from Sheldon Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends.

D.E. Harvey, a real estate man, was transacting business in Worthington a few hours Monday.

Miss Mayde Austin, of Bancroft, Iowa, is visiting in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Stevens.

Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence left Saturday afternoon for an over Sunday visit with Sioux City people.

J.C. Stiner, the painter and paperhanger, left Saturday for Sibley to spend a few hours on business.

John A. Henry, of Albert Lea, Minn., was looking over the country in this vicinity the first of the week.

M.E. Lawton, the real estate man, was transacting business at Sioux City a few hours Wednesday.

Capt. L.S. Nelson, the newly elected judge of this district, was in the city Saturday calling on old friends.

Mrs. Cross, of Brewster, returned to her home, Tuesday after having spent a couple of days in the city.

Mrs. William A. Saxon returned Friday afternoon from a couple of days' visit with relatives at Windom.

James R. Jones, of Adrian, was in the city Friday last visiting with his son, E.J., and transacting business.

Charles Manning, of Cherokee, Ia., was looking over the land situation in this vicinity a couple of days this week.

Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Hall, of Blue Earth, arrived in the city Monday for a visit with their daughter, Miss Edith.

Miss McKinzie, of Adrian, was visiting in the city the latter part of last week, the guest of Mrs. A.M. Renner.

William Schroeder left Friday afternoon for Rock Rapids, Iowa, where he will look after business interests.

Mrs. L.D. Veltum, of Minneapolis, is visiting in the city, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Goodrich.

Fred Humiston left Tuesday for Texas, where he will spend a couple of weeks looking after business interests.

Mrs. L.H. Gray left Saturday last for Joplin, where she will spend six or eight weeks with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Henton are the proud parents of a baby girl which was born to them on Monday, November 14.

J.C. Geberson, of Wilmont, was calling on old friends and transacting business in town the latter part of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. J.Q. Jamison, of Burt, Iowa, arrived in the city Saturday for a visit with their son, Paul, and family.

Atty. John A. Cashel left Sunday morning for Winnipeg, where he will spend a few days looking after his business interests.

Henry Dibble moved the first of the week from rooms over the Torrance block into the Anton Olson house on Ninth street.

Leroy Stone went to Slayton the latter part of last week and brought back an automobile that was laid up for repairs.

Ole Berg has purchased an $8,000 stock of clothing and will close it out in the building formerly occupied by Miss Coggins as a millinery store.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hamilton were in the city Monday on their way to from [sic] Reading, where they had been visiting his brother, J.W. and family.

Mrs. Teall, of Belle Fouche [Fourche?], S.D., who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S.V. Wyckoff for a couple of weeks, returned to her home Saturday.

C.A. Pederson has closed up his poultry and cream business in Worthington, there not being business enough to warrant the expense of running.

Miss Wildemere Davidson, of Luverne, a member of the printing fraternity of that place, visited briefly in this city Monday, on her way to Minneapolis.

Messrs. C.A. Sands, A. Zollman and A.J. Schaeffer, of Adrian, passed through Worthington, Saturday, on their way to the Black Hills, S.Dak., to look over the country.

Mr. and Mrs. Blackert, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, are visiting in the city, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. L.R. Gholz. Mr. Blackert was formerly one of the editors of the Beacon, published at that place.

Mrs. J.M. Dodge, of Round Lake, [was] visiting in the city Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs. Harry S. Hobson. She had just returned from Sibley where she had been attending the funeral of her niece, Mrs. Robert Edwards.

Mesdames Mitchell and Wyatt were visiting in Sioux City a few hours Wednesday.

F.W. Knapp, of Humiston's hardware force, was in Wilmont on business Monday.

H.E. Torrance is very ill at his home in this city, but every indication points to a fast recovery.

Mrs. Daniel Strub, of Sioux Falls, was the guest of relatives in the city the latter part of last week.

Mrs. Whitney came up from Sibley Wednesday morning for a visit with her sister, Mrs. John Webster.

Ole Noren arrived in the city Tuesday, from Boardman, Wisconsin, for a visit with relatives and old friends.

Mrs. William Rogers went to Sioux City Monday morning to spend the day, taking advantage of the new train.

Gus Hillstrom, of Callendar, Iowa, who has been visiting with his friend, Ole Landberg, left Monday for Minneapolis.

A. Hardo left Wednesday for Brainard, Minn., where he will look after I.F. Kelley's interests in the commission line.

James McKay left the first of the week for Hinckley, Minn., and from there will go into the woods in search of big game.

Miss Elsie Johnson, of Luverne, was in Worthington Wednesday. She went from there to Colorado Springs to visit a sister.

Miss Grace Carrington, of Mankato, who has been the guest of friends in the city for a few days, returned to her home Wednesday.

Hollis Goodrich returned to his home at Barnesville, Mont. Sunday after a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Goodrich, in this city.

Mrs. Frank Waverly, of Lake Crystal, Minn., who has been visiting with Worthington relatives, returned to her home Wednesday morning.

Mrs. Henry Atherton, of Valley Springs, South Dakota, returned to her home Wednesday ft, after having visited with Worthington friends.

Irvin Cummings, of Luverne, was calling on old friends in town between trains Wednesday. He was returning to school at Ames, Ia., after attending the funeral of his father who died recently.

Sheriff Fauskee the latter part of last week took Ferdinand Bergstrom to the reformatory at St. Cloud. This young man was sentenced at the last term of court by Judge Brown for stealing a motorcycle from a party near Rushmore.

Mrs. Will Ebert, of Brewster, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Vail, in this city the first of the week.

I.F. Kelley, the commission broker, was transacting business and visiting with old friends in Minneapolis the greater part of last week.

C. Synkerson has purchased the store building of Mrs. Anna Davis on Second avenue. About the first of January he will occupy it as his painting and paper hanging shop.

Mrs. G.A. Lincoln departed Wednesday for St. James, where she will remain for a time.

V.D. Cronk, of Pipestone, was in the city today on business and calling on old friends.

John Staubus left Thursday, this morning, for Sheldon and Alton on real estate business.

Mesdames James Suddaby and M.L. Holbrook left this morning for a visit at Sioux City.

Henry Tietenberg, of Wilmont was shaking hands with old friends in Worthington this morning.

Gus Dietrich was transacting business and visiting with friends in Sibley a few hours Thursday.

W.S. Lewis left last week for Letcher, South Dakota, to visit with his daughter, Mrs. R.B. Tibbetts.

Mrs. Frank Eggleston went to Adrian this afternoon, where she will visit with her daughter Mrs. Ralph Long.

J.H. McMillan left this afternoon for Sioux City where he will make his future home. Mrs. McMillan will follow in a few days.

Mrs. Harry Anderson returned to her home in LeMars, Iowa, this morning, after having visited with friends in this city a couple of days.

Mrs. Fox and Miss Roridan, of Madison Lake, Minn., who have been the guest of the T.C. Ager and E.S. Terry families for the past three weeks, returned their homes this morning.

J.A. Holmes arrived in the city this week from Moline, Illinois, and has resumed his old position as chef at the Worthington Hotel. Mr. Holmes left here about eighteen months ago to cook on one of the boats running from Seattle to Alaska. The last trip he made was up the Yukon where the boat froze in, and he was forced to walk 48.5 miles to a seaport. He is now thoroughly satisfied with the good old U.S.A.

Thursday, November 24, 1910

Obituary.

Joseph J. Isom died at the home of his son, James Isom, in this city, on Friday, November 18th, 1910, at twenty minutes past ten, aged 86 years, 9 months and 26 days.

Mr. Isom was born in Pennsylvania, January 21st, 1824, and removed to Illinois when a boy, and made his home in that state ever since. During the gold fever excitement in California, he was one of the first to immigrate to that state. He was one of the lucky ones and made enough to last him for the balance of his life.

For twenty years he has made his home with his son, James, but remained in Illinois when James removed to Minnesota, about fifteen months ago. Three weeks ago Mr. Isom went to Illinois and brought his father home with him to spend his last days.

Six children are living to mourn his loss: Mrs. Wakefield, of Butte, Mont., Mrs. Britell, of Wichata, Kas., Fre and Charles, of Pittsburg, Kas., Mrs. V.C. Traphagen, of Sanborn, Minn., and James, of this city. Only Mrs. Traphagen, with her husband, were able to be in attendance at the funeral.

The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Ralph Carleton, and the remains laid to rest in the Worthington cemetery.

Obituary.

Arthur James Kirk died November 18th, 1910. He was born in Canada, July 30th, 1873. The funeral was held Sunday, November 20th, at 9:30 a.m., at the residence conducted by Rev. Robert H. Reidy, of the M.E. church.

The relatives present were Mrs. Sarah Kirk and daughter, May, of Worthington, Minn., Mrs. A.J. Kirk Stepfather I.H. Sinnett, of Omaha, Nebraska.

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Frank E. Caldwell, of Blue Earth, state manager for the Mystic Workers of the World, was calling on friends in the city Friday last.

Mrs. A.B. Bedient and daughter, Miss Lottie, left the latter part of last week for Lake City, Minn., to visit with relatives and friends.

Miss Mary Lamberton was the guest of relatives and friends in the city last week, returning to her home at Cherokee, Iowa, Monday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. George Siebans and family, who have been the guests of Andrew Doeden and family, returned to their home in LeMars, Iowa, Friday.

Mrs. J.S. Frink returned Friday from Luverne, where she had been visiting with relatives for the past two weeks. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Baird.

G. Crippen, residing four miles of Reading, was in town Friday on his way to Aurella, Iowa, to attend the funeral of his father, who died there on Thursday, aged 92 years.

Judge Brown held a term of court in the court house in this city Monday morning and granted an absolute decree of divorce to Effie Dodge from Dr. J.W. Dodge.

Mr. and Mrs. V.E. Traphagen, of Sanborn, Minn., returned to their home Monday, after having been in the city to attend the funeral of her father, Mr. Joseph J. Isom.

Word was received in the city Saturday of the death of James Marden, at Eleajon, California. Mr. Marden was one of the early homesteaders in Nobles county, having settled here in 1871. About twenty nine years ago he moved from this place to Hope, Arkansas, where he made his home until a year ago, when he moved to California and made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Effie Runsey. He was about 78 years old. He was the father of M.M. Marden, of this city.

John Cashel returned Friday afternoon from Winnepeg, Canada, where he had been looking after his business interests.

Miss Jennie Allison, who has been the guest of relatives in Worthington, returned to her home in Svea City, Iowa, Saturday.

J.J. Williams of Ransom township, suffered a stroke of paralysis Saturday. He is now resting easily at the Manson Hospital.

It is said that a farmer residing near Mankato has successfully dragged a road with an auto going a rate of ten miles an hour.

Fred Hartwig was arrested last Saturday on the charge of drunkenness. On trial before Judge Dow he was sentenced to pay a fine of $5 and costs, amounting in all to $13.55 which was paid and the defendant discharged.

Mrs. Thomas of Windom, and Mrs. Weed, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, were the guests of E.C. Pannell and family the latter part of last week. Both of these ladies are daughters of Aiken Miner, formerly a resident of this city.

Mrs. Sarah Kirk and daughter were called to Rockwell City, Iowa, the latter part of last week by the death of her son, Arthur J. Kirk. He was between thirty-five and forty years of age and for a number of years was a resident of this county. He leaves a wife and five children.

Mrs. Downs, of Bigelow, came up Monday morning to visit her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Carl Downs, who is ill at the Humiston Hospital.

Miss Marjorie Shell departed Friday afternoon for the twin cities, where she will spend a couple of weeks visiting with relatives and friends.

Earl Marden, who has been the guest of his brother, M.M. Marden, and family, returned to his home at Kenmore, N. Dak., Monday afternoon.

August Gray departed Monday over the Rock Island for New York. From there he will go to Germany, where he will spend the winter with relatives and friends.

Mrs. Tolif Opsata, of Luverne, was called to this city Saturday by the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. Wilson Abbott, who is very low at the Humiston Hospital.

J.J. Harper, the court stenographer, arrived here Sunday for a visit with old friends and to be present at a session of court which was held Monday morning.

Jas. Vaughn was up before Judge Dow November 10, on the charge of drunkenness. He was fined $10 and costs, amounting in all to $15.24 which was paid and the defendant discharged.

Miss Julia Opsata, of Luverne, came over Monday for a visit with relatives.

Manning Plotts was called to New York City Friday by the death of an uncle.

Miss Mapel Clark came over from Slayton Monday for a few days visit with relatives.

C.S. Jones, of Bigelow, was in town Tuesday on business and calling on old friends.

Samuel Allen, one of the pioneers of Nobles county, lies very ill at his home in this city.

Mrs. Alfred Backer went to Bingham Lake Tuesday to spend a couple of days with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus G. Wesley, of Minneapolis, were calling on old friends in this city Tuesday.

Miss Lillian Wood left Tuesday morning for Windom, where she will visit the balance of the week.

Major Harry S. Hobson left Tuesday afternoon for St. Paul, to remain a short time on business.

A.W. Tierney, of Fulda, was in the city Tuesday renewing acquaintances and transacting business.

Miss Minnie Mathews, of Mankato arrived in Worthington Tuesday and will spend a few days with friends.

Mrs. Russel Moberly and little son, arrived in Worthington Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. P. O'Connor, and family.

Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Crever and family came down from St. Paul to eat turkey with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Crever.

Mrs. Gene Bartholomew, who has been the guest of Worthington relatives and friends, returned to her home at Heron Lake Tuesday.

A.M. Renner, manager of the Western Implement Co., made a business trip to Heron Lake Tuesday morning, returning in the afternoon.

Miss Amelia Forciea, who has been employed in Mrs. Alma Peterson's millinery store left Saturday for Minneapolis, where she will be employed in a wholesale house.

John Katus, of Ewington township, Jackson county, who recently underwent an operation at the Sister's Hospital at Hot Springs, South Dakota, has returned home much improved.

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Erickson, of Two Oaks, who have been the guests of his brother, Robert, and family, departed Tuesday for a visit with relatives in the old country, their destination being Denmark.

Miss Emma Grelson went to Truman, Minn., yesterday, to spend a few days with friends.

Miss Iona Barkelew went to Ashton Tuesday afternoon to spend a few days with friends.

Mrs. Roy Black went to Luverne Tuesday evening for a few days visit with relatives and friends.

Clarence Saulpaugh came down from Mankato yesterday to partake of the festive turkey with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. William McKinney were among those that took the morning train for Sioux City, Tuesday.

A marriage license was issued Monday, Nov. 21, to C. Deuschle and Annie Behr, both of Nobles county.

Miss Mildred Lewis, of Wilmont, arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon and will visit a few days with friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Tibbels and daughter, Mrs. Watson, of Rushmore, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Mork, Tuesday.

Miss Bessie Anderson went to St. James Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs. Roy Newman.

Miss Rosaline Varrine, of Wichita, Kansas, arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon for a visit with old friends.

L.H. Gray, of the Gray-Nelson Hardware Co., went to St. Paul Wednesday to spend a couple of days with his parents.

L.E. Spencer, the genial clerk at the Herbert Drug Co., went to Truman, Wednesday to eat turkey with his parents.

Mr. and Mrs. I.N. Wilson left Wednesday morning for Little Rock, Ia., where they will spend a couple of days with relatives.

Myron Allen, of Watertown, S. Dak., arrived in the city Tuesday and will spend a few days visiting with relatives and friends.

Elmer Ahlf, of Morland's staff of clerks, left Wednesday afternoon for LeSueur, Minn., to spend Thanksgiving under the parental roof.

Mrs. A.L. Canfield and children, who were visiting at Warren, Ill., last week. On their way home they stopped at Luverne for a visit with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Kunze, who resides two miles west of town, departed Wednesday or for Rochester, Minn., to consult with the Drs. Mayo in regard to the condition of Mrs. Kunze's face which is swollen badly, and she is unable to get relief.

Mrs. E.S. Smith and children visited in Sioux City the latter part of last week.

Frank Turner has leased a room in Nelson's garage and is using it as an office.

Herm Bredo, of Wilmont, was calling on old friends in town the first of the week.

Miss Florence Gage, of Lakefield, arrived in the city Tuesday for a visit with friends.

Miss Mary Hadley, of Albert Lea, arrived in the city Tuesday to spend a few days with friends.

A.R. Albertus left last evening for Owatonna, Minn., to spend a few days with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cashel left for Winona, where they will visit a few days with his family.

Mrs. J.P. Vail went to Windom Wednesday morning for a short visit, returning in the afternoon.

Harry Miller, of Spirit Lake, Ia., is spending a few days in the city, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Gholz.

We are pleased to note that Mrs. Wilson Abbott, who is ill at the Humiston Hospital, is improving.

Messrs. Verne Anderson and Edw. Manuel, of Brewster, were transacting business in Worthington Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sanderson, of Lodi, Wisconsin, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Firth the first of the week.

Mrs. John Humiston and family departed Wednesday afternoon for Mankato, where they will spend Thanksgiving.

Superintendent E.E. Heeter, of the Worthington schools left Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving at his home in St. Paul.

Miss Alice Martin, of Merriam Park, arrived in the city Wednesday for a few days visit with relatives and friends.

Dr. J.H. Gould, of Chickamauga, Georgia, arrived in the city Wednesday afternoon for a visit with his brother, Dr. J.N. Gould.

Mrs. Strom, who has been the guest of her niece, Mrs. A.R. Albertus departed on Wednesday afternoon for her home in St. Paul.

Wm. Kemmeth, who has been doing some tiling in this section of the country, departed Wednesday afternoon for his home in Roberts.

Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Leahy, of Mandon, N. Dak., who have been the guests of relatives in Worthington, departed on Monday for their home.

Miss Effie Stillwell stopped off in Worthington a few hours Wednesday to visit with Matt Fish and family. She was on her way home from Mankato to Spirit Lake.

 

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