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Bell Ringers, Vocalists and Comedians.
July 5 and 6.
Third Annual Session Opens To
morrow, July 4th and contin
ues to the 12th
Everything Ready For a
ant and Profitable
At the grounds of the Worthington
Chautauqua, arrangements have been
completed, everything ia in order and
it only requires a repetition ot' the
former cordial patronage by the peo
ple of the surrounding country to
insure a successful session, one which
will be satisfactory alike to the pub
lic and the management.
The foundation is laid broad and
deep for a permanent institution
which will soon become a potent fac
tor in the moral and social develop
ment of our country, and the official
board selected as it is from reliable
and trustworthy business men war
rants the assumption that the Worth
ington Association will "make good."
Come with us a hearty welcome
awaits you we will do you good and
will send you back to life's duties re
joicing with a sense of permanent
benefit received and a feeling that
you made no mistake in your choice
of an outing place for 1908. Rem
ember the place, Worthington, Minn.,
and the dates, July 4 to 12, inclusive
with the two performances by the
unrivaled Innes Band on July 9.
Crowell Bound Over.
Wm. Crowbll, the transient arrested
for the theft of a couple of harness
and M. S. Smith's clarionet, was ar
rainged before udge Dow, Monday
and waived examination and was
held to the Grand Jury. Crowell was
inclined to fight the case but when
confronted with the evidence in the
hands of the County Attorney he
changed his mind. The sheriff has re
covered one of the harness and is try
ing to trace where the other harness
and clarinet were disposed of.
Kenneay's Laxative Honey and Tat
Cares all Cough*, and expels Colds from
system by asstly nowise the bowels.
The Opening Gun of the Chautauqua will
be the Noted
GOV. H. A. BUCHTEL,
of Colorado, followed by the Hero of Santiago and the Merrirm c,
CAPT. R. P. HOBSON,
ON JULY 5th.
GRAIN BUYER SHORT
Local Agent For Skewis Grain Co.
Decamps When About to Be
Checked Up for the
Considerable of a sensation Was
created here this week by the report
that the agent for the Skewis Grain
Co. had decamped leaving a shortage
variously estimated at from $1000 to
$2000. The rumor as usual was only
partially true. The facts are as fol
lows: The latter part of last week, Mr.
Chas. Skewis of the Co., passed thru
here and informed his agent, Mr.
Gregerson that he would be back Sat
urday to cheek him up for the annu
al "cut-off". Mr. Gregerson left on
Friday for farts unknown, leaving a
letter to Mr. Skewis explaining his
conduct. Mr. Gregerson related that
extraordinary expense and pressure
from old creditors had caused him to
use some ofth companies money, and
as he was ashamed to face the situa
tion he left town. Mr. Skewis in
formed the Ad vance that the accounts
appeared to be straight, and that the
shortage would not exceed
DIRT TO FLY SOON.
Construction of The New Tile
Factory to Begin in a
The presence of Mr. Doolittle, a
partner in the contracting firm of C.
H. Brown and Company, in Worth
ngton Tuesday and Wednesday is
the firBt evidence to the people that
work on the new tile plant is to be
gin as quickly as possible. Mr. Doo
little is having bids prepared by
local parties for furnishing material
and is getting,
a line on the labor re
quired. The machinery has been
ordered and is expected to arrive in
ten days. Beginning next Tuesday
it is expected to have a good force
of men on the site, from which time
on the work will be of interest to the
public from the size of the building
and tlie method of construction.
The building will be built of con
crete block walls made on the tile
machine. These blocks are not in
tended for a residence block in ap
pearance but are especially service
able, and economically so, for factory,
barn foundations, etc. They fey up
in a thirteen inch wall so as to give
an absolutely moisture proof and
frost proof interior, points aimed at
in all concrete block construction
but attained heretofore only at too
This week and next a well will be
put down and the necessary grading
will be done, Alex Wilson will de
liver some of the sand required.
The tile company has received
farmers in the way of orders this
fall, and to insure early delivery tile
should be ordered as soon as possible.
After these are filled an ample stock
will be carried at all times.
PROGRAM OF EXAMINATIONS
For Common School Certificates
Will be Held at
Worthington, Minnesota, July 4 to 12, 1908.
Yon can't Afford to Miss Hearing these Four Noted Statesmen, the Best on the American Platform
INNES ORCHESTRAL BAND OF 60 PIECES ON JULY 9
will give Two Grand Festival Programs, assisted tjy the Noted Soloists, D. Pazzetti, Miss Marie Florence, H. J. Williams and Clayton Everts
Beautiful Grounds, Good Location, Strong Talent, Fine Facilities for Bathing, Not a Dull
Moment During Entire 9 Days. For Detailed Information see Booklet, or write
Ned Jones, Pres. C. J. Smallwood, Sec'y*
and 5, 1908.
MONDAY, AUGUST 3.
(Second Grade Studies)
A. M.—8:00 Enrollment.
P- M.—1:30 English Grammar.
3:45 Drawing and Music.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 4.
(Second Grade Studies Contiaued.)
A. M.—8:00 Professional Test.
11:15 Composition and Pen
P. M.—1:30 U. S. History.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5.
(First Grade Studies.)
A. M.—8:00 Goometry.
P. M.—1:30 Algebra.
3:15 Phys. Geography or Gen.
Agriculture may be taken at any
one of the periods on Wednesday,
and may be substituted for either
Geometry or Physical Geography.
The above examinations will be
held at Worthington, Adrian and
Those who have taken a previous
examination should not fail to pre-
sent the markings of such examin
ation to the examiner in charge.
Rules governing the examination
and all other necessary information
will be givtn by the examiner in
June 27, 1908.
L. W. ABBOTT, County Sup.
LUTHERAN S. S. PICNIC.
Pleasant Outing Held Tuesday In
P. C. Anderson's Grove.
The Sunday school of the Swedish
Lutheran chnrch held their annual
picnic Tuesday in the pleasant grove
on P. C. Anderson's farm, near Org.
There were about 200 people present,
and as the weather was ideal they of
course had a very pleasant time. A
short program was presented by the
members of the Sunday schQol and
addresses were made by Rev. C. O.
Swan, the pastor of the church, aod
Rev. Peterson, a student who is con
ducting a Swedish summer school in
the neighborhood. A picnic dinner
was served at noon, to which all did
full justice. The Worthington cor
net band, which is composed ex
clusively of members of the church,
was present and enlivened the day
with music. The band boys had
just received their new uniform?, and
they presented a handsrme appear
Mr. Ora A. Oberman, junior mem
ber of the firm of A. Oberman & Son,
of this city, was married on Wednes
day at Anoka, this state, to Miss
Minnie Wicklund, a young lady who
held a position as head nurse in a
hospital at Anoka. Mr. and Mrs
Oberman are expected home today
and will be tendered a reception at
the home of the groom's father, west
of town. The groom is one of
Worthington's rising young men, and
has a large circle of friends, whom
we take pleasure ia joining in ex
Richard H. Matheson of Elk and
Miss AddieV. Erf of Dewald were
united in marriage by Rev. G. A
Cahoon at the home of the bride's
parents Thursday morning, June 25,
HON. J. P. DOLLIVER,
of Iowa, Prominently Mentioned as Candidate for Vice President. July 6.
Taking tue place of J. Adam Bede, who has cancelled all Chautauqua dates.
GOV. E. W. HOCH,
of "Kansas, Widely Known as the 'Trust Buster," July 8. Don't fail to hear
Kansas' Celebrated Governor on above mentioned date.
1908, at half-past ten o'clock.
The wedding march was played by
Miss Hazel Pepple. Quite a number
of friends and relatives witnessed
the very pretty ceremony.
After the ceremony an elaborate
wedding dinner was served.
The newly wedded pair left on the
afternoon train for Iowa points and
will shortly be at home to their many
friends at the farm home of the
groom in Elk.
Mr. and' Mrs. Matheson are both
well known and popular young peo
ple and start out in life with the best
wishes of a large circle of friends and
Mr. Arthur Strube of Worthington
township and Miss Emma Lahymof
Davenport, Iowa, were quietly mar
ried in the presence of immediate
relatives of the bride at the home of
Rev. G. A. Cahoon, Sunday evening,
June 28,1908. Mr. and Mrs. Strube
will take up their residence at West
A Text of Lite.
Said t!ie old colored deacon: "I
ain't bothered 'bout whether dar's life
on de moon or not. How fer keep life
gwine on de earth is what gits me."—
Their high quality begins with
the soil itself they are specially
selected by experts and come from
the growing centers ground and
sealed with exacting care.
Best in flavor, highest in purity,
greatest in strength still in fault
less condition, they come to you
protected by the air-tight pack
age, preserving intact the fine
flavoring properties bulk spices
lack. Always uniform try one
—you'll use all.
Thereare two kinds of spices—TONE'S and "other*."
Demonstrated It's Remarkable Ability at the
Columbian Exposition. July 7 and 8.
Where Genial Man Is Lacking.
A man who is always genial is, as
a matter of common experience, un
fitted for any position requiring judg
ment and tact.
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the Kind You have Always Bougni
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