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Geo. Estea of Efk was a caller laBt
Guy Fellows of Elk, was a caller
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D. M. Holland was up from Bige
City Clerk Clinton L. Mann spent
Sunday at Adrian.
Clarence Williamson of Loraine,
was a caller last Monday.
Post card albums of all kinds and
prices at Myers Drug Store.
H. T. Waemund of Ddwald was a
pleasant call'er last Saturday.
For Christmas Trees and Hoi
ly Plione 05, Goff & Dean.
Sam Swanson has bought the D. R,
Chaney property on the lake front.
Banker Edwin Brickson, of Adrian
was in the city on business last Tues
Mrs. W. E. Need ham of Bristol, Ia
visited at the home of Henry Stevens
Banker W. M. Evans and family
returned last week from their visit at
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Mrs. Wm. Vogelsbergof Ellsworth
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Misses Sarah Glasgow and Mary
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Miss Edith Glasgow last Sunday.
Mrs. W. J. Parry of Lemars, Ia., is
here on a visit at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Prideaux.
J. G. Mitchell and family spent
Sunday at the home of his son-in-law
Will Schrader, southof Rush more.
Owing to the lateness of the season
I am closing out my entire line of
winter hats at greatly reduced prices
Mrs. F. Glasgow
The Whist Club was entertained on
Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs. S
Stewart. An unusaully enjoy
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Minn., 12 miles north of Worthington
Sam Swanson and crew returned
last week from Gowrie,' Ia., where
they put the finishing touches on a
business block erected there by W.
Itching, torturing shin eruptions,
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The Degree of Honor Grand lodge
has settled the» case brought against
it by Mrs. Luella Schultz, by paying
the face of the policy and some of
In a letter to W. M. Evans, J. S.
Ramage, whojs now engaged in the
fuel and feed business at Spokane,
says that their daughter, Muriel is
just recovering from a seven case of
The play, "Under the North Star,"
as presented at the opera house Tues
day evening by one of Mr. Bennett's
companies, was by far the best play
seen in Worthington for many months
The management is to be congratu
lated on securing such attractions.
Mr. and Mrs. J.
Kimmel and son
left on^ Tuesday for their old
home at Somerset, j.Ea., to visit for
a few weeks. They have not been
back for twenty years and will no
doubt have a pleasant time. The
fathers of both Mr. and Mrs. Kimmel
are still living.
The following Worthington people
attended the dedication of the Swed
ish Baptist church in Indian Lake*
last Sunday: Mn Gus Swanberg and
children, Mrs. J. E. Peterson, Rev. I.
H. Darnell, S. Kindlund, Dr, and
Mrs. Ray Humiston, H. J. Blume,
Andrew Nystrom and wife, Peter
Nystrom and wife, J. E. Eriekson and
wife, O. F. Blood, N. Fauskee and
family, Sam Swanson, Will Olson, and
J. F. Cass of Reading did trading'
in town Tuesday.
Gerald Sharp was in from Elk town
EL Hawkins, of Reading) was in
S. T. Fair and F. S. Dwelley, of
Reading, were Worthington visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan, of
Heron Lake, were guests at the home
of M. J. Martin last Sunday.
F. A. Durfee, one of the progress
ive stockmen of Reading, attended
the Patterson-Erickson horse sale
Vic Anderson, one of the bononza
farmers of Bigelow township, trans
acted business at the county seat
P. D. VanHorssen and Ronan Bros,
made up a special train of sheep and
hegs at Reading, consisting of twelve
cars, last week. Reading is one of
the best stock markets in the county
and is getting her full share of stuff.
Rushmore Enterprise: There was
a very pleasant family reunion at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wemple
Thanksgiving day. There were pres
ent Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cummings
and sons. Harry and James, of Pres
ton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ager,
of Wilmont, and Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
Wemple. The gathering was unusal
ly enjoyable as it was the first time
in over twenty years that the family
has been together.
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Order for Hearing on Claims.
State of Minnesota,—County of Nobles,—ss..
In Probate Court, Special Term, December
In the Matter of the Estate of Sven Carlson,
Letters testamentary on the estate of said
deceased being this day granted unto Inga
Maria Carlson, of said County
It is Ordered, That all claims and de
mands of all persons against said estate be
presented to this Court, for examination and
allowance, at the Probate Office in -the Vil
lage of YVorthlngton, in said County, on the
following day, viz: On Monday, the 9th
day of March, 1908, at one o'clock 0. m..
It is Further Ordered, That three months
from the date hereof be allowed to creditors
to present their claims against aaid estate,
at the expiration of which tlm.e all claims
not presented to said Court, or not proven
to its satisfaction, shall be forever barred,
unless, for cause shown, further time be al
Ordered Further, That notice of the time
and place of the hearing and examination
of such claims and demands shall be given by
publishing this order once in each week, for
three successive weeks prior to the day ap
pointed for such examination, in the Worth
ington Advance, a weekly newspaper printed
and published at Worthington in said
Dated at Worthington, Minnesota, the 4th
day of December, A.. D. 1907.
By the Court.
(Seal.) C. M. CORY,
Dec. 6-20. Judge of Probate.
Order for Hearing on Claims.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,—County of No.
In Probate Court, Special Term, November
In the Matter ot tlie Estate of John Koehn,
Letters of administration on the estate of
said deceased being this day granted unto
William Koehn of said County
It is Ordered, That-all claims and demands
of all persons against said estate be present
ed to this Court, for examination ana allow
ance, at the Probate Office in the Village of
Worthington, in said County, on the follow
ing day, viz: On Monday, the SOth day of
March, 1908,- at one o'clock p. m.
It is Further Ordered, Three months from
the date hereof be allowed to creditors to
jresent their claims against said estate, at
:he expiration of which time all claims not
presented to aaid Court, or not proven to its
satisfaction, shall be forever barred, unless,
for cause shown, further time be allowed.
Ordered Further, That qotice of the time
and place of the hearing and examination -of
said claims and demands shall be given by
publishing this order once in each week for
nhree successive weeks prior to the day ap
pointed for such examination, in the Worth
ngton Advance, a weekly, newspaper print
ed and published at Worthington In said
Dated at Worthington. Minnesota, the
23th day of November, A. D. 1907.
By the Court,
(Seal.) C. M. CORY,
N29-13. Judge of Probate.
Sintarifons for Relief, Complaint FHed
STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of No
District Court, Thirteenth Judicial District.
Lucian H. Alexander, Plaintiff,
H. J. Meideu and John Ronan, Defendants.
The State of Minnesota, to tbe above named
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint of the Plain tiff in the
above entitled action, which is filed in the
office of the Clerk of the District Court of the
Thirteenth Judicial District in and for the
County of Nobles, and State of Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscriber, at his
office in the Village of Worthingtom, in said
County, within twenty days afterthe service
of this summons upon you, exclusive of the
day of such service ana if you fail to answer
the said complaint within the time aforesaid,
the Plaintiff this action will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the com
Dated November 28th, 1907.
GEO. W. WILSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
To said Defendants,? and each of them:—
You and each of you are hereby notified
that no personal claimls made in said action
against either ol you.
Dated, November 25th, 1907.
Geo. W. Wilson,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1907 flECEKBER 1907
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Nurses Dread Lightning.
Of all people who are glad when the
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are more thankful than professional
"It isn't that we are so afraid of
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•ful effect on our patients. Most sick
people have an unreasonable fear of
lightning. In cases of extreme weak
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agine the predictment of the nurse who
has a whole ward full of them on her
'hands."—New York Press.
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Inscription is meant to carry a busi
ness advertisement. A West Virginia
man tells of a singular one which may
be seen In a certain cemetery. It was
the idea of a widow of a man named
Perkins, a partner in a commercial
house known as Perkins & Parker.
Soon after the decease of her spouse
Mrs. Perkins married Mr. Parker, her
late husband's business associate. The
"Sacred to the memory of James
Perkins, for thirty years senior part
ner of the firm of Perkins & Parker,
now Parker & Co."—Harper's Weekly.
Her Helpful Hint.
The honeymoon had waned, and the
"Don't worry, Mabel," said the ro
mantic husband as he opened the pi
ano. "Remember music Is the food of
But the practical little wife shook
"If you- really think music is the food
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step round and get the butcher to give
you a beefsteak for a mere song."—
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