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Corrected for Monday May 3 3.
Wheat, No. 1, Northern, 5 0 cts.
Oats, 21 cents.
Corn, 4 0 cents.
Live Beef, #2.50 to $3.50 percwt.
Pork 4 0 0 to $4.50 per cut,
Potatoes, 5 0 cents.
Hay $4.00 to $4.50 per ton.
Butter, 12 peril).
Eggs, 9 cents per doz.
4TH OF JULY7"
There is some talk of a celebra
tion at Willmar the coming 4th
of July. We hope it will not end
in talk simply. We all need to
hear the immortal language of
Thomas Jefferson and his revo
lutionary compatriots read to
us these times. Willmar has not
had a celebration for seven years
we believe. Litchfield will not
celebrate, nor have we heard of
auy other celebration in our
neighboring towus. Willmar
can of course celebrate in grand
style if she only tries. There
was a meeting last Friday night
for the purpose of talking the
matter over, but it was not
known to any extent, so the at
tendance was small, Next Sat
urday evening another meeting
will be held at the village engine
house for the purpose of consid
ering the matter. Now let
everybody turn out. Every wide
awake citizen of Willmar should
join in the effort. We have a
beautiful city here, and a Fourth
of July celebration will draw visi
tors that otherwise would never
perhaps see Willmar. make
the celebration a success, an
organized effort must be made,
and leading citizens must take
Remember that the Fourth of
July is not only the Nation's
birthday, but the birthday of
popular rights as opposed to the
divine right of royalty. Every
true American citizen should and
must take pride in doing honor
to that noblest band of men in
human history, that staked life,
honor and property for the right
of mankind, and founded this
the grandest nation on earth for
us to enjoy. __
Celebrate TyfUll meaTusT
Pay your taxes by May 31st.
Wedding stationery at the
Geo. Gilbert of Benson was in
G.M: Dodd of New London was
in town Saturdav.
Why not have some music in
the park on fine evenings.
A Mr. P. Jeusou of New York
did business in town last week.
Morton Bertelson fell off a
hayload last Thursday and broke
two ribs on the left side.
Messrs. A. Abrahomson and
Gust J. Anderson, living in the
vicinity of Raymond, were in
W T. U. will meet on
Thursday afternoon of this week
at 3 o'clock, at the residence of
Mrs.. Solomon Porter.
A son of Ole Kiland swallowed
a pin the other day, but with Dr.
Frost's aid managed to get rid
of the troublesome dose.
Geo. A. Kuster, of Minneapo
lis, was in town last week trying
to establish an agency for the
Hub Portrait & Pub. Co., of that
The Osseo Society will give one
of their usual interesting pio
grams next Tuesday at the Sem
inary Hall. We understand that
a good program will be rendered
containing some unusual fea
Breekhus, the wellknown Nor
wegian missionary, preached in
the Norwegian Conference church
last Sunday morning and eve
ning. The church was crowded
to its utmost capacity and many
could opt gain entrance at all.
Peter A. Odell is seriously ill
.. with brain trouble. He was out
working on the streetsduring the
7iot days the first part of the
week and probably got over
cheated. It is feared that he may
get permanently disabled. Th
afflicted family deserves the sym
a and aid of neighbors and
X. F. Hanscom and Benj. Will
iams have entered into partner
ship and are now owning and
operating the Willmar Roller
•Mills. The new firm will endeav
or to do better and greater busi
ness than ever. They will handle
feed,, and buy oats and corn
from the farmers, in fact do a
general milj and feed busiuess.
I we predict! success to the new
G. M. Qvuvon of Olivia stopped
off here Saturday.
Marriage licenses have been
issued by Clerk of Court Ramsett
to the following couples, since
May 6th. William F. Gratz to
Miss Anna M. Maier, both of
May 7tli, Hans H. Hamann
to Miss.Lina Frederica Johnson.
Groom from town of Edwards.
May 10th. Carl T. Johnson to
Miss Lizzie M. Larson. Groom
a son of Tallak Johnson, of Col
May 11th. August Wendt to
All members of Col. Heg Post
G. A. R., will report at the hall,
at 1:30 p. m., on the 30th day of
May, 1895, for the purpose of
participating in Memorial Day
The order of the day is as fol
From hall to High school build
iug. where procession will form
in the following order:
1st divison, G. A. R. Veterans.
2nd Sons of Veterans.
3rd Members of Will
Procession will then march
north on Fifth street to Litch
field avenue east on Litchfield
avenue to Second street north
on Second street to Pacific av
enue west on Pacific avenue to
Sixth street south on Sixth
street to Litchfield avenue west
on Litchfield avenue to Park,
where procession will hold and
listen to an address by Congress
Procession will be under the
command of M. Jorgenson, of
ficer of the day.
We have on hand a very choice
By order of
SOLOMON POR EH,
M. D. MANNING, Commander.
selection of Wall Paper from 10 cents per
double roll and upwards, and would be
pleased to have you call and inspect our stock.
By looking over our stock you will be convinced
that our. line of Wall Paper is of the very b?st
grade and you will be surprised at the bar-
gains we offer. Call and see our beautiful
patterns. We would especially call your
attention to our fine ELECTRIC printed
paper and imitations of leather. Room
Meulding to match also window shades.
We have a complete line of Faints and window-glass.
NEW LONDON COLUMN.
N EW LONDON MARKETS.
Ruling prices for- produce at
New London, Saturday, May 9,
are as follows:
Wheat, No. 1, Northern, 57 cts.
Oats, 3 0 cents.
Corn, 4 0 cents.
Live Stock, fat steers $3.75
Potatoes, 6 0 cents.
Butter, 12% cents per lb.
Eggs, 10 cents per doz.
-Alfred Olson has been sick, but
G. M. Dodd is thinking of build
ing a hotel resort on his lots near
John Peterson departed for St.
Hilaire, Monday of last week,
after a stay of three weeks.
J. H. WIGGINS COMPANY
/it& i*^* f-'y V*
Thieves visited Emil Newlin's
place recently and purloined a
quantity of smoked pork.
The doctor who was expected
to arrive last Monday, has not
as yet (Saturday) moved in.
Hans Nelson, Hakan Bakken
and Aug. Nordstedt are thinking
of going west to look for home
Monson Bros., sold a bill of
lumber to A. G. Mardin, of
Spicer, this week who will erect a
pavilion by the lake.
The Presbyterian churches of
Burbank, Roseville and New
Loudon will be supplied by Rev.
W. H. Sinclair froin Iowa. The
reverend gentlemen delivered his
first discourse at the Missiou
chapel Sunday evening,
I Prof. Finks' school report
shows that there were 18 2 pupils
enrolled in our school during the
school year just passed and of
these 16 0 drew apportionment.
.Next to Roller Mills,
fl^jC^r-.ir^V wijlmar, Minnesota.^
W1LLMAR, MINNESOTA, MAY 14, 189b
$r*f f^ $•^ .-SJA* »f,«j i&'tAt #faZ*r--\,\ (.f**f*'i'-
Done in a First
Our school shows advancement
and progress in every respect.
Krause on Barb 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 beconvinced.
I do not advertise goods that I
do not handle. Call in and get
prices. I will compete with T. M.
C: E. KRAUSE.
Feed your stock rock salt. For
sale at Kodlun Bros.
Notice of Re-renting of State
All State capital lands on which
the rent is due and unpaid will
be rented to the highest bidder
(not below fifty cents per acre)
on June 5th, 1895.
The auction for renting said
lands will be held at the residence
ofG. A.Gader in town of Lake
By order of the board of county
ASLAlt O. NASSET,
All kinds of Flower and Garden
seeds in bulk or packages, at the
Western Union Telegraph office.
Pasturage to Let.
80 acres of first-class pasturage
in town of Lake Andrew, (Sec 26)
good^vater^aud fine grove of
shade trees. Inquire or address
RODLUN & JOHNSON,
B«y .your Fiower and Garden
seeds at the Western Union Tele
graph office. Nothing but the
Valuable improved inside busi
ness property for sale cheap.
Address Lock Box 515.
All kinds of Flower and Garden
seeds in bulk or packages, at the
I Western Union Telegraph office.
*V?B, V» **At*'SL ,''., K'C&NC.J n,-
are vain efforts to
gress of his sales.
check the pro-
House for Rent.
Mrs. S. Bertleson,
Just received, a car load of
Glidden Barb Wire and Nails.
Our prices are right. Just call
and see. JOHN LUNDQUIST & Co.
Near Twin Lakes on Willmar
road. Inquire of or address
J. J. HENDERSON.
Send all fire claims against rail
road, companies and usury cases
to Ck E. Burke, No. 1015 N. Y.
Life Building, Minneapolis. Best
No charge unless en
"You will always find the best Rye
Flour and Rye Meal at Rodlun Bros.
Feed Store-. *-*.*•"•* „v
GLASSWARE and LAMPS,
Corner 3rd Street and
Every pound of Flour Guaranteed.
Mossberg's Wonderful Healer is
absolutely the only remedy on
the market guaranteed to cure
barb wire cuts and sores of all
kinds on horses and other ani
mals. Heals without leaving a
scar. Try it.
Olson has again inaugurated another extraordinary
occasion to purchasers. He has added a full line of
to his already complete line of House Furnishings.
It is bur wish that all should know in, time and familiarize
themselves with the fact that we are to day the only ex
clusive House Furnishers west of the Twin Cities, and
for that reason we are equally as well prepared to meet
the wants of our customers in the Crockery department
as well as in all other lines pertaining to House Furnish
ing. Here area few of our Bargains.
56 pc Tea Set, richly decorated, only $5.50
Ruby Lemonade Sets, veryfine,only$2.50
Murano Castors. only $1.25
W A PAPER
Best Gilt Wall Paper, very rich, 20 cents per single roll.
Best Bronze Wall Paper, good enough for any wall, 15 cts
per single roll.
Hall Paper, large assortment from 7 1-2 cents per single
roll and upwards.
Ve'ry Rich Bedroom Paper from 7 1-2 cents per single
roll and upwards.
REMEMBER that I have over 100 of the very latest
styles of Paper Hangings, 1 have also a large assortment
of Carpets, Window Shndes, Room Mouldings and Dra
peries to match.
It will pay you to examine my line before buying
New Londo Roller Mills
Johnson & Pihney, Proprietors, New London, Minn.
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
Best Perfume in the
market. Sold only by"
Carlson Bros. & Frost.
Mrs. S. Bertelson,
Residence on Lake Ave.
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tnfn^i^^Bd "ffCro^l savving, saw
filing general machinery repair
ing and practical boat building.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop
pnat nf Sworiiah Liit.hArnnchurcht'
t'-.r *£^v**^Aj^*.^1'^*'^ss I? i*s*ft'
east oi aweaisn i^nerancnarcQ*-,=willmar Steam?Laundry.
ArinrAHH^ T,nnr ox 1 Mr-jv-sSt*/•
Address LOCK Bo 61, ......
Willmar6 Minn^ &
He has something
exceptionally good to offer.
DR. P. NELSON,
W I A E
Graduate of the Royal Lying
stitute, Copenhagen, Den.
All calls will be promptly attended to.
Ole J. Beekt Proprietor.
-Good accomodation*'for trav-
Business Suits, $15.00, $16.00, $18.00
and up. Dress Suits from $20,00 .and
Shop on-Benson avenue, opposite
°?,°P on-centra *veni