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C. King, the Org merchant, was a
county seat visitor Wednesday.
H. G. Kuehne of Elk was in the
city last Saturday doing trading.
A. R. Beilkey, the Reading mer
chant was in the city last Monday.
John Wilson returned yesterday
from his trip to Spokane and Seattle.
Miss McCue, of Belle Plaines, has
taken a position in Hart and Co's
Miss Minnie Kiel, of Chicago is
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. G. Kuehne
Stewart Hart is making a trip
through Iowa buying wool for the
Hart Commission Co.
Banker R. J. Jones of Reading
transacted business at the county seat
between trains, last Monday.
Rev. W. A. Dennis and family of
Luverne, arrived the first of the week
to go into camp for the Chautauqua.
B. B. Austin, of Des Moines, la., is
a guest at the Smallwood home. Mr.
Austin is a nephew of Mrs. Small
Mrs. Theo Bahls and daughter, of
Round Lake, passed through Worth
ington, Saturday on their way up to
F. A. Tripp the Round Lake mer
chant passed through town Tuesday
on his way to St. Paul to attend the
Mi\ Frank W. Hill, Mr. Jack C. Hill
and Mrs. R. Mahling were called
home on account of jthe serious ill
ness of their father Mr. G. W. Hill.
Did you see the eclipse of the sun
Sunday forenoon The moon passed
across the lower half of the sun ob
scuring about a fifth of the luminary.
Tomorrow is the glorious Fourth,
and its observance in Worthington
will be marked by the opening of the
Chautauqua, which continues until
There will be a special service in
St. John's Episcopal Church Sunday
morning at half past nine, Rev. W.
A. Dennis and Rey. W. H. Pond will
Remember the great musical at
traction of the coming Chautauqua
is the two concerts by the Innes great
orchestral band on July 9th. Don't
miss them. Single admission for the
day will be 50 cents.
Chas. Pannell of Drinkwater, Can.
is home on a visit to his parents, and
will remain untill after the Chautau
qua. Mr. Pannell is engaged in the
implement business at Drinkwater in
partnership with his brother Clark.
Laurence Essa, the Ellsworth hotel
man, was sent to the county jail for
rinety days for drunkeness a few
weeks ago, was bailed out last week
on condition that he take the Keely
County Superintendent Abbott
went to Rushmore Saturday to confer
with the school board in regard to
making the temple of learning a grad
ed school. It will open up as such
Geo. Wiedman, wife and daughter
returned on Tuesday from their visit
at Peoria. The head camp of the
Modern Woodmen was in session at
Peoria last week, and Mr. Wiedman
took in part of the meetings and the
The coming Worthington Chautau
qua piomises to set a new mark in
several respects. The program costs
50 percent more than last year and
the attendance will correspond. The
outlook for a splendid session is very
Tuesday July 7th will be Order of
Eastern Star day at the Chautauqua
grounds, All members and their
families are expected to report at 0
E. S. headquarters with filled baskets
where a basket dinner and supper
will be served. By the secretary.
On July 1st the Worthington Post
office was made a second class office
the salary went to $2,000, and Post
master Coughran is given an assist
ant and two clerks. Jas. Mott has
been appointed assistant and Vergil
Fellows and Ole Danialson, clerks.
Prof. Robt. Reed has drawn his
first salary as a weather, prophet. At
the regular meeting of the Worthing
ton Woodman Camp held on Wed
nesday evening $5 was voted him in
appreciation of the fine weather furn
ished us for our picnic on June 24th.
Reed generously turned the money
over to the Koyal Neighbors Camp.
Wanted—A buyer for a good tent.
Harry B. Lewis.
Miss Ethel Patterson is clerking in
Barber & Kbith's store.
W. E. Oxford of Seward was in the
city on business yesterday.
Mrs. E. J. Helmick visited in
Sioux Falls the first of the week.
ation. Chautauqua grounds July
4th at half-past one o'clock, p. m.
W. M. Evans returned Monday
from a business trip to Gcwrie, la.
Ernest Swanson and wife were in
from route 5 yesterday doing trading.
Miss Opal Lehrs has returned
from a month's visit in Minneapolis.
E. A. Tripp ol Round Lake trans
acted business at the county capitol
Col. J. A. Town is at Sherburne
this week attending^ G. A. R. en
Mrs. Lee Shell entertained a party
of lady friends at bridge whist Wed
Born—On Monday, June 29, to
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Ledine, of Bige
low township, a daughter.
W. E. Moses of Northfield spent a
number of days here this week look
ing after hi^ hardware business.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Tiiman of
Clarion, Iowa, were visitors at the J.
C. Williamson home a few days ago.
F. C. Brace i3 displaying today a
new line of the greatest jewelry sen
sation of the day. Watch his win
Joe Ullrich, one of the prominent
farmers of the town of Worthington
was in the city on business Wednes
Read F. C. Brace's advertisement
elsewhere then gb and see his line of
jewelry novelties made from genuine
T. H. Creever has accepted a posi
tion in Goff & Deen's grocery store,
wheie he will be pleased to greet all
Mrs. Wm. Barton and daughter
Susie of Zion City, 111., visited a
few days at the A. F. Dring home
Rev. C. O. Swon returned Tuesday
from Chicago, where he had spent
two weeks attending the synod of
G. W. Pattarson is on a business
trip in the northern part of the state
and is expected to be absent until
the first of the week.
Will and Ed Ullrich returned on
Wednesday from their claims at Has
well, Col., and will remain here until
after the threshing season closses.
John Lochmer, wife and son, re
turned on Wednesday from their
visit to Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois and
Indiana, and report having had a
very pleasant time.
The latest and entirely original
creation in jewelry is made of genu
ine coins, in copper, nickle and silver,
in brooches, stick pins, charms, etc.
Brace has a fine display of them at
A. M. Hagerman of Loraine town
ship was in the city on business on
Wednesday and made this office a
pleasant call. Mr. Hagerman says
the crops are looking fair in his sec
tion of the county considering the
During the chautauqua the banks
will close at noon on every day
except Saturday. Other busines houses
have been requested to close at six
o'clock, in order to allow the employes
an opportunity to take in the evening
The Revs. C. C. Pollit and W. H.
Knowlton will start on their fourth
annual missionary journey on July
15th. They will visit Worthington
and adjacent points on dates as fol
low*: Fulda, July 20th Slayton,
July 21st Pipestone, July 22d
Jasper, July 23d Worthington, July
Three months free tuition and a
written guarantee of a position to all
students who enroll for our combined
course during August. More than
5000 Toland graduates are now em
ployed. Many of them are among
the highest salried clerical help in
the United States, Send for our
catalogue and read what Toland
graduates and their employers say.
To intelligent people weoffer the
most positive proof of excellence ever
offered by a school. Address Toland's
Business School, Sioux Falls, S. D.
Corrected to June 26.
Oats 3 9c to 40c
Corn 65c to 75c
Barley 38c to 45c
Wheat, No. 2 87c to 90c
Cows and Heifers $2.00-$2.50
Stockers and Feeders... .$3.00-$3.50
Fred Trunk was in town Wednes
day doing trading.
Harry B. Lewis has put up a new
awning in front of his store.
C. E. Sims was out surveying on
L. S. Kenney's *farm this week.
The Grand has been closed for six
weeks on account of the hot weather.
Mrs. Emma Wills of Round Lake
was a Worthington visitor on Tues
Miss Edith Bear is assisting in the
telephone central during the chau
G. C. Borst, of Dalls county, Iowa,
is here on a visit at the home of A
For rent—5 room cottage, 2J blocks
from State Bank. Enquire of Mrs.
J. P. Biltgen.
Ernest Sterling went to Minneapo
lis Wednesday, where he will spend a
few days visiting hie sister.
Wanted—Man and wife to run
farm this summer. Apply to Wm.
Malcolm, Bigelow township. 7-3
Mrs. Hattie C. Thom and daughter
Grace, of Omaha, are here on a visit
at the home of her brother, E. K.
G. W. Patterson, R. L. Morland
and F. L. Humiston left on Tuesday
for St. Paul to atiend the state con
Positions guaranteed all students
who complete our combined course.
Catalogue free. Toland's School,
Sioux Falls, S. D. 7-31
The Lemon Club met at the home
of Miss Emma Geelson, Wednesday
evening July first and a very enjoy
able time is reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred North returned
last week from Loranie, Wyoming
where they have resided the past
year. Mr. North will seek employ
ment in this section again.
A. T. Latta has decorated the front
of his dry goods store with a number
of handsome polished brass signs.
Mr. Latta is one of the most progres
sive business hustlers in the county
J. E. Moberg who was confined at
tha Worthington hospital for five
weeks, with an attack of pneumonia
is able to be around town again. He
will remain on the invalid call for
several weeks yet, however.
Mrs. E. K. Smith on Saturday and
Tuesday gave the last two of the
series of 11:30 breakfasts which have
been the society event of the week.
All functions were well attended and
proved very enjoyable affairs.
Mayor W. E. Madison and family
last week moved into their handsome
new residence, which has just been
completed. They have a handsome
and well appointed home in which to
enjoy life, a fact on which their many
friend take pleasure in congratulating
Gov. Buchtel has promised to give
a prelude on "The Conference of the
President with the Governors." This
will be an exceedingly valuable
feature of the program at our Chau
tauqua as the question is of vital im
portance to the nation, should be
understood by every citizen, and
from an educational and business
standpoint, is a subject which should
receive earnest and serious conBider-
There has been but little rain in
this section the past week and the
crop condition has greatly improved.
Small grain is looking good, corn is
coming on fairly well, although as
yet we have had no corn weather.
Those who take stock in long range
forecasts can consale themselves with
the fact that Rev. Hicks predicts a
hot and dry July, which should be
favorable for corn.
Those of our readers who desire
practical training for business, either
bookkeeping or shorthand, and the
assurance of a high-salaried position
should write to Toland's Business
Schoot, Sioux Falls, S. D., for cata?
logue and information about special
fates to students who enroll, now,
for the fall term. This school posi
tively guarantees positions to all
students who excel, and the fact that
Mr. Toland now has more than 5,000
students holding first-class positions
makes his guarantee unquestioned. A
postal card will secure the oatalogue.
Send for it today. 6-26-7-3.
Peter Johnson of Indian Lake, was
in the city on business Thursday.
A. Oberman went to Anoka the
first of the week to attend the wed
ding of his son, Ora.
Harry Hobson and family have
been visiting Mrs. Hobson's parents
at Round Lake this week.
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodge and Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. Suddaby spent Sunday
with friends at Round Lake.
O. G. Grundsten made a trip to
Minneapolis the first of the week to
consult a medical specialist.
The Hart Commission Co. has
shipped several carloads of wool to
Philidelphia and Boston the past
Di. J. N. Gould is sporting a ro
bust boil on his left cheek, which
greatly mars his Adonis-like counten
Chas. Saxon, one of the substantial
young hustlers of Indian Lake, was
at the county seat on business yester
J. M. Bergland and wife returned
to their home in Illinois yesterday,
after a visit at the home of Ernest
Swanson, on route 5, and other
Mrs. C. R. Mercer arrived la&t
Saturday from Illinois, to join her
husband, the new superintendent of
the electric plant. They will live
the W. G. Ramage residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Rew returned this
week from a visit of several weeks in
Iowa. Mrs. Rew had spent several
weeks at Colfax Springs, taking the
Miss Vick will gleave the first of
the week for Jackson to visit her
father for a few weeks before going
to Chicago to take a course at a sum
Fraternity Lodge No. 101, A. F. &
A. M., on Monday evening conferred
the 3d degree on J. E. Salstrom of
Bigelow and Dr. Nassa, of Brewster.
The ceremony was followed by a
Union preaching services will be
held during the two Sundays of the
Chautauqua for the benefit of those
whojdesire to attend. The service
next Sunday norning will be held at
the Presbyterian church, and the
evening service at the Methodist
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