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Corrected for Monday, April 29.
Wheat, No. Northern, 57cts.
Oats, 25 cents.
Corn, 40 cents.
Live Beef, $2.50to $3.50 percwt.
Pork |3.75 to $4.00 per cwt.
Potatoes, 50 cents.
Hay $4.00 to $4.50 per ton.
Butter, from 10 to 12%
Eggs, 10 cents per doz.
Mr. Sauvin returned to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. Winblad intend
to leave for Sweden shortly.
Business is getting to be lh ch
arter this ram.
Cushman Rice came home from
New London to stay over Sunday.
Editor Spencer of the At water
Press, was in town Monday.
Geo. Johnson of Ringville did
business in town Monday.
Att. Nordin returned from Min
neapolis last Wednesday evening.
Geer Ac Batterberry ,the hustling
house movers, from Burbank,
are at work in town.
came to Willmar
All kinds of Flower and Garden
seeds in bulk or packages, at the
Western Union Telegraph office.
Gudmund Karwand was un
loading a big car loaded with
Deeriug binders yesterday.
A 17th of May celebration is
being advertised to be held at
Ole Barnstad has retired from
the Willmar Mill Co., selling his
interest to A. F. Hauscom.
Ole Jaeobsou returned from
Norway last Wednesday evening.
He has many interesting stories
to relate concerning his voyage.
Lawrence & Sperry have con
tracts for building over 20 boats
to be placed on Green Lake this
The farmers at Svea are feeling
verv a'ood over the last rain.
They are good woikers and
managers out there.
We have had glorious rains
now and crops are forging ahead
in great shape. Iudeed the coun
try is now in all its beauty.
J. H. Styles, formerly of the
firm, Olson, Styles & Co., depart
ed with family" for Logansport,
Ind., last week, where he will go
into a dry goods business.
The comity commissioners will
spend this week viewing the
ground for the proposed ditch
through the southei part of the
J. R. Baker of Raymond was
killed by lightening last Friday.
He sat in the house holding a
child when the bolt struck him.
The child was not hurt.
Frank Hultberg and wife and
P. A. Sjoquist departed yester
day for Mount Clemens, Mich.,
where they will sojourn in the in
terest of their health.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Geer of
Burbank came to town on Thurs
day of last week with their little
daughter, Gertie, who was suffer
ing from a very bad case of in
growing toenails. She is being
treated by Dr. Frost.
A terrific cyclone passed over
northwestern Iowa last Friday,
doing immense damage and kill
ing, it is reported, hundreds of
people. A specially sad occur
rence is reported in that two
school houses were blown down
and both teachers and most of
the pupils were killed.
Tax payers in the towns of
Burbank, Colfax, Norway Lake,
Arctander, Lake Andrew, New
Loudon, Irving and the Village
of New Loudon may pay their
taxes at the State Bank of New
London. Remember that taxes
become delinquent and a ten per
cent penalty is added on June 1st.
Invitations are out for the wed
ding of Carl Albert Halvorson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Knute Hal
vorson of Eagle Lake to Miss
Sofia Hogberg, daughter of Mr.
1$$" and Mrs. Chas. Hogberg of Min-
neapolis, to occur May 17th, at
«,- the home of the bride's parents
at No. 1915, 13th Ave. So., at
y* Enumerators to take the State
census are to be appointed soon.
This odd year census has usually
heretofore been taken by the as
sessors, but a law passed by the
last legislature provides t^a-t the
scope of the work don£be en
m~ .Farged so that'apeciaJ 'enurtjera
tor* will be appointed to clothe
Auditor's Office, May 3,1895.
The board of county commis
sioners met in special session
pursuant to the following notice:
(Addressed to each commis
You are hereby notified that
the board of county commission
ers will meet in special session
on the 3rd day of May, 1895, at
9 o'clock a. m., to take action
on the drainage of the State Cap
itol lands and transact any other
business that may come properly
before the board.
Chairman Co. Commissioners.
ASLAK 0. NASSET,
Present: Flygare, Lofgren,
Norin and Skoglund
The matter of renting the lands
and draining and reclaiming the
same was takeu up.
Recess till 1:30 m.
The board met at 1-30 p. m.
All members present.
As no definite action could be
takeu without first inspecting
the territory through which the
proposed ditch is to pass, it was
on motion decided to meet at
the residence of G, A. Glader, in
section 9, township 118, range
33, at 12 o'clock in., May 0th,
1895, preparatory to viewing
said proposed ditch.
Recess till 9 a. m., Mav 4th,
The board met at 9 a. m. All
Petitions of Charles G. Squires
and Samuel R. Kirby for abate
ment of personal property taxes
for 1893 were on motion granted.
A petition from Osness & Gul
branson, from Raymond, for li
cense to sell spirituous, vinous,
fermented and malt liquors was
upon motion rejected.
The court house and jail roofs
were reported as leaking and A.
Flygare and C. W. Odell were ap
pointed a committee to investi
gate about what repairs are nec
esary and what material should
The following bills were on mo
Aug Holmgren, services on
ditch No. 7
Alton Crosby, job printing.
H. J. Ramsett, clerk's fees
C. W. Odell, sheriff's fees
do. boarding prisoners
do jailor's fees.
Christian Larson, witness fees
E. Lawson, job printing
Bj-rou Hagen, jury fees
A. Flygare, signing orders
Feb. 8 and March 8
It Thorson, getting ballots
Emma C. Bomsta. witness
James Sanderson, register of
M. U. lvers, jury tees
Boeringer & Son, supplies for
Anton M. Anderson, consta
I. C. Olson, balance due on
bill for coffin for John John
son, goods ordered by Cor
oner D. C. Abbott, jury fees,
disallowed for 40 cents and
John B. Boyd, supplies for
Geo. H. Otterness, justice fees
H. J. Ramsett, clerk's fees.
do. justice fees
do. board of audit, two
Erick Ellefson, jury fees
B. Bredberg, rent of church
for teachers' examination
in New London
A. O. Forsberg, publishing
C. O. liustad, chairman three
Aslak O. Nasset, board of au
dit two days
A. J. Ekander, repairing jail
A. M. Engen, chairman
C. Uahlheim, repair of plas
tering in jail 15 00
S. P. Johnson, witness fees. 1 84
B. F. Jenness, plat for district
court 12 00
B. F. Jenness, platting irreg
ular tracts in township 121,
range 3."» S 00
Best Perfume in the
market/ Sold only by"
Carlson Bros. & Frost.
W in s,
Next to Roller
A. Flygare, board
two days 6 00
O. Paulson, jury fees 1 24
Alfred Harris, jury fees 4 76
I. C. Olson, book case for su
pei'intendent's office 86 25
On motion the board adjourn
ed till Friday, May 10th, 1895,
at 9 o'clock a. m.
ASLAK O. NASSET,
Belgrade Market Report.
The ruling market prices at
Belgrade on Thursday, the 2nd
day of May were as follows:
Wheat, 60 cents.
Oats, 25 cents.
Corn, 40 cents.
Live Beef, .265 to 4 cents.
Pork, live, 4 to 4% cents.
Potatoes, 60 cents.
Butter, 11 cents and up.
Eggs, 11 cents.
We are paying 60 cts. for
wheat this week.
Our merchant, T. J. Anderson,
is paying 13 cts. for butter and
10 cts. for eggs this week.
H. E. Soland of Norway Lake
was seen in our village on Mon
day ol this week.
T. J. Anderson is building a
large store-room MK! hardware
Mrs. Jens Peterson is still sick,
but strong hopes are entertaiued
of her recovery.
Elmo Smith has been deliver
ing his first order of "The Worlds
Ready Reference Book."
Miss Elma Berg and Lillian
Reiquam have left for St. Antho
ny Park, where they will attend
an Agricultural School.
E. J. Laird a resident of our
village returned last Sunday.
Mr. Laird has been in the north
ern part of the state looking after
some of his pine laud.
A. H. Berg of our village is
around securing orders for a
noted work, ''Giants of the Re
public." We wish you success,
We ha,ve been informed that
Jno. Williams, proprietor of the
Belgrade House, is about to
move into a residence of T. J.
Jno. Borgerding, Jno. Kolb
and Joe Smith of Melrose drove
110 head of cattle from there to
our village on Saturday of last
week. They shipped the cattle
from here to Minot, Dak.
Rain fell in torrents Friday
night and soaked the ground for
the first time this spring.
Grain looks well. A large area of
corn and potatoes is being put
in this year.
Borgerding and Petersou
shipped 15 carloads of steers
from here last Tuesday. Eggs
sell here at 10 to Butter at
12 to 13c, and potatoes 50 to
55c. Belgrade is still keeping up
her reputation as the best place
for farmers to sell their produce.
O. Borgerding, our banker,
took in 400 head of cattle on
Tuesday. They are to be shipped
west of Minot near the Canadian
line where they will be put onto a
Charles Meyers house was
struck by lightning last Friday
afternoon about 6 o'clock. The
bolt went 3wn the chimney and
spread all over the house, tear
ing down the plastering and rip
ping up things generally and
setting it on fire. The fire was
promptly put out by the fire
company and other people on
hand. The family was not in
H. WIGGINS COMPANY,
NEW LONDON COLUMN.
NEW LONDON MAI
Ruling prices for produce at
New London, Monday May 6,
are as follows:
Wheat, No. 1, Nort|&rn,58cts.
Oats, 30 cents.
Corn, 40 cents.
Live Stock, fat stjsers $3.75
Potatoes, 60 cents.
Beans, $ 1.75.
Butter, 12% cents per lb.
Eggs, 10 cents per doz.
The rain fall for April was 1.83
inches at New London.
Hon. Marcus Johnson visited
in town this week.
Aaron and Chas. Carlson of
Ringo Lake left for Superior last
Hon. L. O. Thorpe of Willmar
visited with Estrem's here Thurs
The time for the afternoon ac
comodation train going north
has been changed to 4:02 p. m.
We have had one or more
showers of rain every day of this
A large windmill, to be used
for furnishing power for a feed
mill at Norway Lake arrived here
Gust Peterson, of Ringo Lake,
has a horse which was severely
hurt last Sunday by running in
to a wire fence.
I will pay 9 cents for eggs and
13 cents for butter all of this
week. S. J.
New London, Minn.
Editor Lawson will move to
Willmar this week. He leaves
The Times in charge of his
brother, E. E. Lawson%
The new doctor, Corydon Far
rand, was expected"to arrive
yesterday from his former place
of residence at Oronoco, Minn.
The Board of Directors of the
State Bank held a meeting last
Tuesday. The Willmar members
Messrs. C. E. Lien, M. J^rgenson
and A. E. Rice were present.
Miss Florence SwihaK IVasbeen
ill with a nervous affliction
which caused partial paralysis of
one side. She is improving nowr
Rev. B. Finstrom of Rush City
will couduct services at the Mis
sion chapel as follows: Tuesday,
May 7th, at 7:30 p. m. Friday,
May 10th, at 7:30 p. m. and
on Sunday, May 12th, at 3
o'clock p. m.
Krause on BarD Wire
Gentlemen:—I wish hereby to
insist that I have a stock of the
genuine Glidden wire. Call and
examine it or write to J. L. Ell
wood Mfg. Co., and be convinced.
I do not advertise goods that I
do not handle. Call in and get
rices. will compete with T. M.
C. E. KRAUSE.
Feed your stock rock salt,
sale at Rodlun Bros.
Willmar, Minnesota. v*, *J**
THE NEW AND THE RIGHT WAY
EAST AND WEST
W To All Pacific Points.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS GOING WEST.
No. 7 Arr. 12:10 p. Dep. 12-36
No.J7... Dep. 2.00 a. in
No. 39. Freight Dep. 8.00 a.
TRAINS GOING RAST.
No. 8. Arr. 2:50 p. Dep. 3:00 p.
No. 36, Freight Dep. 0:00a
No. 38, Dep. 8:50 p.
No. \y, passenger, iroro St. Paul and Minne
apolis, arrives t:50 p. in No.
leaves 5-30 a.
WILLMAR A SIOUX FALLS.
No. 61, Passenger Dep. 12:40 p. m.
No. 63, Freight Dep. 3:00a.
No. 02, Passenger Arr. 2:50 p.
WILLMAR A ST. CLOUD.
No. 5 9:05p.m. I No. 6:00a.m.
No.91 12-10a. m. No.92., 3:06p.m.
Daily trains between St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Willmar, Sioux City, St Cloud, Crookston,
Moorhead, Fargo, Grand Forks, Grafton,
Winnipeg, Devils Lake, Great Falls, Helena,
Butte, Kallspel, Spokane and Seattle.
Pacific Coast trains run Palace Dining and
Sleeping care, Buffet, Library, Observation,
Smoking cars, first and second class coaches,
Family tourist Sleepers, etc.
Connections at St. Paul and Minneapolis
with trains to and from LakeSuperior points,
Chicago,St. Louis and the East, South and
Crosses the Rocky and Cascade mountains
In daylight, giving passengers a chance to see
some of the finest scenery in America.
Steamer and rail connections at Seattle for
Puget Sound points, California* Alaska, Ja
pan and China.
Connections at Bonner's Perry. Idaho, for
Kootenai river and. lakepoints at Wenatchee
Wash., for Lake Chelan, the upper Columbia
and the Okanogan district.
Close connections at Minneapolis and St.
Paul for ail points Bast andSouth.
Tickets sold and baggage checked for all
For publications and information about
rates, routes, etc., apply to
WALTER DKLAHUNT, Agent,
Or F, I, WHITNEY, Q. P. and Tj
St. Paul, Minn.
Rodlun Bros, are sole agents
for the Prizewinner of the world
"Coin's Financial School" post
paid 25 cents.
Citizen News Stand,
Pasturage to Let.
80 acres of first-class pasturage
in town of Lake Andrew, (Sec 26)
good water and fine grove of
shade trees. Inquire or address
RODLUN & JOHNSON,
Notice to Farmers and Stock Owners.
Stock pastured at $1.25 a sea
son. 560 acres close to Willmar.
Plenty of grass and water.
P. H. RQISE.
A. H. SODERLING,
Business Suits, $15.00, $16.00, $18.00
and up. Dress Suits from $20.00 and
Shop on Benson avenue, opposite
Willmar Steam [Laundry.
I HAVE just received afresh stock of WALL PAPER, direct
from the factory of William Campbell & Son of New York
the largest manufacturers of Paper Hangings in the
United States This firm has also the United States repu
tation for being manufacturers of the best paper, for the
least money, which fact will enable me to sell you better
Wall Paper and Paper Hangings for less money than you
have heretofore been paying
Besides giving you the largest assortment of WALL PAPER
to select your patterns from, 1 have the most complete line of CARPETS,
ROOM MOULDING, WINDOW SHADES and DRAPERIES to match
I also take contracts for PAPER HANGING,
which work I have done by thoroughly competent and well experienced Pa
per Hangers, and can guarantee strictly first class work in every respect.
If you intend to do any Paper Hanging call and get my prices, I can suit
I C. OUSCONT
THE MAMMOTH HOUSE FURNISHER.
Corner 3rd Street and Benson Avenue.
New London Roller Mills
Johnson & Pinney, Proprietors. New London, Minn,
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We are now in shape to take care of all our patrons.
We have a sufficient supply of flour and mill stuff on
hand to do exchange Work. Feed ground at all times
Every pound of Flour Guaranteed.
The Dr. needs no introduction to this community, having successfully
treated scores of the most inveterate diseases, which, with his 25 years expe
rience, 8 of which were in the hospitals of New York, Philadelphia and Chi
cago, and diplomas rdm 3 of the most Eminent Medical Colleges in America
commend him to the favorable consideration of the readers of this paper.
He still treats by the "NEW GERMAN METHOD" which hasnot onlyrev
olutionized the treatment but the history of Chronic Diseases. This is the
only system that wi}l radically andpermanently cure CATABRH,that hyclia
headed monster of the Northwest. It is an unfailing cure for ASTHMA*
GOITER or BIG NECK. It cures PILES without pain or loss ot time, lit
cures INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, LIVER, KIDNEY, STOMACH
SKIN, NERVOUS and BLOOD diseases as SCROFULA, RHEUMATISM
&c, Slow Growth in Children and Defective Nutrition.
It is an infallible restorative of LOST VIGOR from WHATEVER
CAUSE. The Dr. will give a WRITTEN GUARANTEE in every case he
undertakes to cure and will give $100 for any case where his guarantee has
not been honored, Are you discouraged? Thousands pronounced hopeless
SPECIALIST, President of
and Senior Counsel to the N. W
Medical and Surgical
Institute, St. Paul,
Minn., will visit Willmar,
at the Central Hotel,
Wednesday, May 29,
one day only.
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CONSULTATION FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. Be prompt and come