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Wash Goods Department,
18 cent Brilliants this sale
Dotted Swiss Mull
1.& in the best 10
12 Ducking 8
15 Pongee 0
12 Puritaine 8.
8 Hamilton Prints 5
6 Challies 44
5 Shirting, fast colors 3$
Ginghams 4 5 and 6 cents per yard.
Silk suitable for Ladies Shirtwaists at cost.
Capes and Jacket must all go at COST.
$2.80 Ladies' Oxford Don S'mless, this sale
1.75 blucher, McKay sewed
1.50 Oxford Tan goot McKay
1.35 Opera Toe, tip Dongola
3.00 Bloucher lace Marguerite
Cilt Edge Shoe Dressing.
25 cents per bottle. this sale 18 cents.
with their best girls "hiked"'it to
Miss Halvorson, of Norway
Lake attended the Commence
ment exercises at the Seminary,
Rev. D. C. Jordahl, of Norway
Lake, did business in town last
Remember Dr. Hoyt, of Minne
apolis, speaks at the Presby
terian church next Friday evening
No charge for admission to hear
this gifted speaker.
Belgrade and Paynesville nines
played a very interesting game
of ball at Belgrade last Satur
day. The score stood 7 to 13
in favor of Paynesville.
The ladies of the Swedish Luth
erau church gave an ice cream
social last Friday eveniug at the
residence of Rev. Nelson. Ice
cream, coffee and cake wereserved
abundantly from 6 o'clock until
late in the evening.
They had a great hailstorm up
around Fergus Fall last Thurs
day. Ex-Congressman Boen was
-out in it and was knocked down
by the hail. Henry Clews says
that Wall Street rules the world.
We wonder if it also rules the
elements and meant to kill the
The time for the Young Peo
,f,pie's pic-nie of the Tripolis
rrfMi Lutheran church has again' been
'"J^/'cbaoged—this time on account
",w^Jof the Nelson-Moline wedding.
ft* j^Itwill be held Thursday,-June
j£fJv^20th, at Magnuspn's grove in
town of Fahlun. The exercises
will begiu at 10 o'clock a. m.
The ladies wiltf "serve dinner at
the low prices of 25 and 10 cts.,
the proceeds to go for the*bene
"of the-phnreh.*^AH arein-
Minneapolis Cash Store,
Clearing Sale of Summer Goods,
13 cts per yd
Peter Larson, of New London, Hon. Ignatius Donnelly the
stopped at the Cential Satur-! author and statesman, took din
d«.r- nerat the Merchants Saturday.
Some of the boys in company I
edges a pleasant call.
Conrad Olson, J. Emil Nelson
and Rognlie Bros, drove out to
the picnic at Sunburgh Sunday.
They report a glorious time.
O. S. Reishus, clerk of court of
Yellow Medicine county, was in
town Wednesday of last week.
The Tribune acknowledges a
Messrs. M. D. Maiming, S. E.
Stansberry, H. J. Ramsett and
Hans Peterson attended the
meeting of the Grand Lodge of
the I. Or.O. p. at Minneapolis
last week, as representatives of
the local branch of that order.
Invitations are out for the
wedding of Miss Tilda Hanson,
daughter of Peter Hanson, of
Willmar, to Mr. Ole Suuquist, of
Sacred Heart. The wedding will
take place at the groom's home,
near Sacred Heart, on Wednes
day, June 19th.—[Gazette.
Remember the Brownie enter
tainments Friday and Saturday
this week. The songs, choruses,
etc., of about 80 children is alone
worth the price of admission.
You will enjoy the entertainment
from beginning to end. St. Paul
Pioneer Press speaks of it as
follows: "It is the prettiest
thing in the world. It is so much
above the average affair of this
nature that not only children
and all lovers of children go to
see it, but all who enjoy a pretty
thing for its own sake should al
low themselves a glimpse into
this enchanted realm." Farm
ers, bring, in your wives and
children to the Saturday after
noon matinee and enjoy a visit
to Fairyland, with its beauti
fully dressed fairies and comical
horde of Brownies.
Last Sunday the enterprising
people of Norway Lake had ar
ranged for a picnic at Sunburgh.
and a picnic they did have. The
grove where the picnic was held
literally swarmed with people, all
the neighboring towns having
representatives there. The pro
gram consisted of music* by the
Norway LakeCornet Band, songs
by the Norway Lake choir»and
quartette, speeches by Dr. John
son, CarlErickson from ^ope
county, A. 0. Forsberg ahdsev
eral others. In the afternoon a
very interesting game of ball
was played by the Sunburgh 1st
and 2nd nines, thescore standing
2 to 3 in favor of the 2nd. The
ci*owd broke up very late, and
we believe everybody felt that
they' had spent the day very
profitably as well as pleasantly.
CONTINUING FOR TWO WEEKS.
Warranted this sale
Straw Hats, Pine
Straw Hats from 6 cents up.
$4 50 Combina-
tion, age 4 to 14,
tion, age 4 to 14,
Other Suits from
$1.00 to $4.00
Gents Furnishing Goods.
NECKTIES for the 4th of July, very fine and
cheap, ••,. .. ,,..^,,.:*^...».f.u ,j .,.^,:,.
Come and see SUSPENDERS all silk, non
elastic, worth 75 cents, this sale 4 5 cents.
Yours to please,
MOE & LEDELL.
The Graduating class of the
Willmar Seminary had their
Graduation picture" taken at G.
A. Carlson's gallery last Satur
day, with their decorations.
Theladiesof theBaptist church
give a picnic next Monday in the
grove of 0. H. Ekdahl, south of
Willmar. There will be singing,
speaking, dinner, and a general
good time. All invited to come.
The county auditor left on his
wheel for Arctander yesterday
morning. A meeting was held in
the Town hall of that town yes
terday to discuss a drainage
project. It seems that our peo
ple in all sections are alive on
the drainage question.
The Cornet band has made ar
rangements to go to Willmar on
the Fourth, the committee on
arrangements there having made
the organization a very fair of
fer. The members of the band as
well as a majority of our citizens
would have preferred going to
Appleton, but that town has a
band and expects to hire only
one to furnish music consequent
ly the crowd will undoubtedly go
to Willmar. The latter town al
so has a band, but expects to
engage two or three to play and
appearances would indicate that
arrangements are being made
for a celebration of unusual mag
nitude. Our Willmar friends ap
pear to be anxious to get a crowd
from Benson and have taken the
right steps to attain that object.
The summer meeting of the
Central Convocation of the Dio
cese 01 Minnesota will meet in St.
Luke's church on Tuesday and
Wednesday, June 18th ana 19th,
at Willmar, Minn.
TUESDAY, JUNE 18TH.
Evening Service 8:00 p. m.
Opening Sermon, Rev. E. Dray.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19TH.
Holy Communion 7:00 a. m.
Litany and Prayers for Missions
Business Meetingand Discussions
10:30 a. m.
Disscussion of Appointed Topics
2:30 p. m.
Missionary Meeting -\8:00 p'. m.
The Rev. C. D. Andrews, Dean
of the Convocation/ and other
clergy will be present. .A cordial
invitation is extended tb all to
attend these meetings. ^tV^-
W1LLMAR, MINNESOTA,? JUNE 18, 189b.
A FEAST OF GOOD THINGS.
The Kandiyohi-Meeker District
C. E. Convention, June 21,
22 and j*3,
At the Presbyterian Church in
The Rev. Wayland Hoyt, D. D.
pastor of the First Baptist
Church of Minneapolis, will de
liver the Convention address on
Friday evening. You cannot af
ford tb miss hearing this noted
divine. Dr. Hoyt speaks but
once during the convention and
that is Friday evening, June 21.
Lawyer Evangelist Charles N.
Hunt, of Minneapolis, president
of the State C. E. Association,
will address the convention Sat
urday evening preach the Con
vention sermon Sabbath morn
ing, and conduct the closing
consecration meeting Sabbath
Other noted C. E. workers to
give addresses are Miss Carrie A.
Holbrook, of St. Paul, secretary
of the State C. E. Association
Mrs. J. Carrie Clark, of St. Cloud,
editor of The Minnesota Endeav
orer Miss Lucy C. Fowble, super
intendent of Junior Endeavor
work in Minneapolis Rev. Geo.
C. Pollock, I). D. of Litchfield
Rev. J. Handyside, of Atwater
Rev. Chas. S. Blackburn, of Kerk
hoven and Rev. W. H. Sinclair,
of New London.
The above list of speakers
ought to be an inducement for
everyone to attend all the sess
ions of the convention. What a
rare treat for the small price of
-NOTHING! Yes it is ALL
FREE! Dear reader, will you
not come and enjoy the feast?
Very truly yours,
J. T. OTOS,
The Keeley picnic will take
place on Thursday of this week
sure unless the elements forbid.
Everybody is invited. Tickets
for ronnd trip on steamer will be
sold at the low price of 25 cents
per capita. Row boats at rea
sonable prices. .Those who can
not bring baskets will find somer
thing to satisfy ^^ajq^iiiej
at low figures. ^Itouncl trip rail
road tickets will cost only forty
cents. It is expected "that a
match game of base ball between
the Willmar and Burbank clubs
will come off in the afternoon.
A Chance For a Fine Trip.
The annual meeting of the Na
tional Educational Association
occurs July 9th to 12th, 1895,
at Denver, Col. A fine trip has
been provided by the Great
Northern Railway for persons
who wish to attend it. The route
is from St. Paul and Minneapolis
through the Minnesota Park
Region and Red River Valley,
by Devils Lake, Great Falls, with
its wonderful water power, in
dustries and scenery, Helena,
capitol of Montana, with its hot
springs, Butte, America's famous
mining city, and then by the way
ofOgdenand Salt Lake to Den
ver, and return via Omaha or
Sioux City. Tickets on sale June
10th, 17th and 24th, good 30
days, with stop off privileges go
ing. Tickets are sold July 4th,
5th and 6th direct to Denver via
Sioux City, and return by Salt
Lake, Ogden, Butte, Helena and
Great Falls. Regular summer
Montana and Pacific Coast ex
cursion rates are now in effect
and' round trip tickets can be
bought any day. For further
information see" WTalter De La
Hunt, agent, or address F. I.
Whitney, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul,
We have opened up in the
Olson store building at SPICER
an exchange store, where we will
exchange Flour, Bran and Shorts
for Wheat, giving just as much
as either the Atwater or Willmar
mills. We will also keep on hand
at all times Flour, Rye Meal,
Corn Meal, Graham, Bran, Shorts
and Ground Feed for sale. Every
pound of Flour warranted, and
satisfaction guaranteed. Briug
-along your grists and give us a
June 11th, 1895.
JOHNSON & PINNEY.
Props. New London RollersMills.
For Lovers of Flowers.
.We have some flower food
which -will,, make them bloom
profusely, only 25 cents a box.
A book on window gardening
given with each box.
ONE WEEK of Wonder Bargains
Every yard of Summer Wash Goods must go.
Gudmund P. Karwand has for
sale the only Ball and Roller
bearing Harvesters, Binders and
Mowers in the world. Come and
see the Deering Pony'Binders.
They are just what you want.
At Sperry's old stand.
The following is an unsolicited
testimonial of the first Pony
Binder in use in the county last
There have been quite a num
ber from all parts of the county
inquiring about how the Deering
Pony Binder works. I will in a
few wTords state what I know
about it. Nearly at the close of
haryest last jear I took a Pony
out on trial and used it some
over two days and it worked fine.
We tried it in very heavy edged
grain, but it did not clog once.
It is very easily handled, both
for driver and horses. One ordi
nary good team will handle it
nicely all day if the field is not
too hilly. I really think that it
runs just as easy in the grain as
the other Deering does out of
geer. For gathering and making
fine bundles of short grain I don't
think it can be beat.
To tell it short, the fact is that
a person can't help but being
satisfied with the Pony.
J. B. NYGAARD.
Sale or Trade.
The residence property corrier
2nd street and Litchfieki Ave.':
onimporters Jaconets, Challies, Dimities, Percales,
Lawns and Satins. Duckings, the best made,
worth 12 1-2 cents per yard all over America, we
will close these out at
8 and 9 cts. per yard
Prices on other goods, especially in the Dress Goods Line,
will be lowered to the "FREEZING POINT."
Positively the GRANDEST SALE ever inaugurated, the
best goods for the least money ever known. A multitude
of attractions for your benefit if you only investigate.
We lead in the great struggle of competition. None in
the Northwest can follow us in our onward march to per
fection in trade and to serve the public.
New London Roller Mills
Johnson & Pinney, Proprietors. New London, Minn,
-I-I- ••!•.!. -[..I- —j.
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.
Best Perfume in the
market. Sold only by'
Carlson Bros. & Frost.
Call and see the
"Coin's Financial School" post
paid 25 cents.
Citizen News Stand,
Prices will be independent *of
any one else, and the quality
of flour manufactured" in Kandi
yohi county that was, awarded a
medal at the World's Fair. The
quality will be above anything
else sold at Willmar,
I respectfully solicit a- contin
the pa4rona«e which hw
S itr cent of
HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS
HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS
HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS
HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS
Mill at W. A.
S O I E
You need some
I wish to announce to the pub
lic that Erik P. Sundfors is my
sole agent at Willmar for the sale
of Atwater Flour.
well known, being the only brand Reeves and Mr. P. Peterson are
fit flnn'v a a V*~J1Z Alll ii a
is just what we have. Be sure to
see our agents before insuring.
Read the below1.
WILLMAR, MINN.,5-23, '95.
E. A. Taylor,
reply to your
request that I state what infor
mation I have about the Paik
Region Mutual Hail Insurance
Association, of Glenwood. Minn.,
I can say that the Messrs. M. A.
andO. A. Woolan,, Hon 0.. P.*,.
al considereJ honesi and reliable—tV_*l_.
business men and well known to
me for many years past and from
such knowledge I do not hesitate
in recomending the Association.
Address, M. J. Jacobeon,
& Office at Hotel Glarnm.