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Wash Goods Department.
18 cent Brilliants this sale 13 cts per yd
Dotted Swiss Mull 13
15 Ducking, the best 10
12 Ducking 8
15 Pongee 10
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 Jackets must all goat COST.
•2.00 Ladies' Oxford Don S'mless, this sale $ 1.49
blucher, McKay sewed
Oxford Tan goot McKay
44 (4 44
44 41 44 44 44
Opera Toe, tip DongoU
Bloucher lace Marguerite
Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing.
25 cents per bottle. this sale j8 cents.
Sperry & Lawrence have the
new sailboat they are building
for Cashier Handy nearly com
Aug. Forness is seriously sick.
He was taken suddenly yesterday
morning with hemorrhage from
Some of the boys at the court
house have provided a flag 15x22
feet in size for the flagstaff on the
We are informed that Mr. Dahl
berg, the father of Erick Dahl
berg. of Colfax departed from
this life last Sunday at an agejof
seventy-four years. The funer
al occars to-day at the Colfax cem
H. T. Olson, the Normal school
graduate lately from St. Cloud,
is taking a rest before school
work begins again. Mr. Olson
is a capable instructor, and will
no doubt come to the front in his
isthis week print-
ed on its own press for the first
time. We have purchased an
eight column standard Prouty
press. Time consumed in set
ting the same up and adjusting
it is the cause of the late appear
ance of our paper this week.
A squad of Masons went down
and visited Bro. Iver Aaspass at
Lake Lillian last Sunday. They
had a royal good time and en
joyed immensely the hospitality
of the olct Captain. The ride was
much enjoyed by the party and
all speak in glowing terms of the
beautiful country and growing
The convention of the Norwe
here will be one of the leading
features in Willmar this coming
week. We understand it will be
one of the greatest church con
ventions ever held in this City.
Representatives will be here
from all parts of Minnesota and
from several places in Wiscon
sin Iowa and North and South
Dakota. There will undoubtedly
be some very interesting meet
ings, as the best talent in the
line of speakers at the disposal
of the «Conference church has
Minneapolis Cash Store,
Lewis Eckman. the New Lon
don furniture merchant, was in
Clearing Sale of Summer Goods,
COMMENCING JUNE 1
The tramp nuisance is getting
serious. Let the City set the
gentry to work on the street:
give them fair board and nomi
nal wages. The city can make a
good thing out of it and Mr.
Tramp will have no excuse for
begging. Just try that, and see
how the genuine article will
avoid this bailiwick. Let the
council act at once in the matter,
and do something. If a man
wont work neither shall he eat,
by charity or otherwise.
Deputy Head Consul Tously,
of the Modern Woodmen, made
this office a pleasant call last
week. Mr. Tously has organized
five new camps along this line be
tween Howard Lake and WiBmar,
with a total membership of 136
since March 1st. He say that
"hard times'* are not in it when
men seriously consider all tha
benefits of the order for so small
an outlay. He will institute a
camp at Atwater next Tuesday
evening, with 22 charter mem
bers. The Willmar Camp will«go
down to hold the goat.
It is reported that there is a
poster put up in the depot at
Litchfield stating that the small
pox is rampant at Willmar, or
words to that effect. Now all
this scare is simply ridiculous.
A case of varioloid was discover
ed, believed at least to be such,
and the case was promptly quar
antined. That is about all there
is.to it. If another case should
develop, the public will no doubt
be promptly informed by the
Board of Health. We were una
ble to find the Health Officer be
fore going to press, so we have
made this statement to prevent
all this worry of other towns
about Willmar smallpox cases.
Don't cross the bridge before
you get to it.
CONTINUINC FOR TWO WEEKS.
$3.01) Warranted this sale
2.15 Union Make
.90 Straw Hats, Fine
Straw Hats from 5 cents up.
i. H. WIGGINS COMPANY,
$4 50 Combina-
tion, age 4 to U,
tion, age 4 to 14,
Other Suits from
31.00 to $4.00
Gents Furnishing Goods.
NECKTIES for the 4th of July, very fine and
Come and see S S E N E S all silk, non
elastic, worth 75 cents, this sale 4 5 cents.
Yours to please,
MOE & LEDELL.
Messrs. P. C. Rognlie and E.
Erickson attended the Tripoli
church picnic last Thursday.
They report a very pleasant
A croquet contest will take
place in Willmar on June 28th,
between P. C. Rognlie and H. T.
Olson, for the championship of
A 10 year old boy of Nels
Baardson sprained his ankle se
verely last Friday. He will be
laid up for some time the doctor
Olof Olson of Lake Lillian was
suddenly taken seriously ill last
Tuesday and Dr. Johnson was
called to attend him. He is at
present getting better and will
soon be around again.
A grand People's Party picnic
will be held at Appleton. Minn,
on the 3rd of July. A program
will be rendered, consisting of
speeches, vocal and instrument
al music, recitations, etc. Dr.
Johnson has also been invited to
speak in the Scandinavian lan
guage. One feature of the pic
nic is that coffee will be served
free of charge to all who partic
Hext to Roller Mills, WILLMAH, MIHN.,
and Repairs. rynur.o.
June 24th, 1894.
F. O. Anderson.
Care of H. Erickson.
James W. McCormick.
W. E. Roberts.
J. D. StetzeL
Hattie B. Stnrges.
S E. STANSBERRY. P. M.
The Central Hotel Landlord
Passes Suddenly Away.
Everybody was startled yes
terday, forenoon by learning of
the sudden death of D. Bell, Esq..
the weBknown host of the Cen
tral Hotel. He. arose in the
morning apparently well and ate
his breakfast as usual. About
eight o'clock he was suddenly
taken with a sharp pain in his
left side, and became immedia
tely almost helpless. He was
carried to his room and medical
aid was summoned. Vitality,
however, was evidently exhaust
ed as he passed away about nine
o'clock a. m.
Mr. Bell was born in West Vir
ginia about 65 years ago. He
spent his younger days in the
State of Ohio. In the year 1860
he came to Minnesota, and for
twenty-five years was engaged
in the mercantile business. The
first hotel at Fergus Falls was
erected by Mr. Bell in 1871. and
continued to manage the same
for a period of fourteen years.
About a year ago he took charge
of the Central Hotel of this place.
Mr. Bell was well and favorably
known to the traveling public.
and was regarded as one of the
best hotel men in the Northwest.
He was: an honored member of
the Masonic fraternity. He
leaves a wife and five children—
three sons and two daughters—
to bitterly grieve at his sudden
departure. The people of Will
mar extend their sympathy to
the bereaved family. The re
mains will be taken to Rochester.
Minn., for interment.
Come to Willmar on the 4th.
Mrs. J. J. Ekander went to
Grove City last Saturday, for a
visit with friends and relatives.
Miss Dina Gordhamer left for
Norway Lake last Friday, for a
visit with relatives and friends.
W. B. Cartledge and M. Batter
berry, of Burbank were seen on
our streets Monday of last week.
Geo. Gibson of Atwater called
on friends at Willmar last Satur
day. We predict for ..George a
brilliant future as an attorney-at
W. D. Stansberry, in company
with Consul Tously of the Mod
ern Woodmen, was in Kerkhov
en last Thursday. Billy says
that a Camp will be organized at
Mrs. Ji J. Elvebak. an old resi
dent of the town of St. Johns.
passed away Friday. June 21ts.
at her home, after having en
dured dreadful sufferings for
about a year. She was interred
in the St. Johns cemetery by the
United Lutheran church, last
The picnic of the Tripoli church
in one of the beautiful groves at
Grass Lake last Thursday was a
great success in every respect.
The program consisted of care
fully prepared papers on reli
gious subjects and songs by the
The latest report from the un
fortunate victim of this small
pox scare, who is forced to camp
out a mile from town by the lake,
states that he is trying to enjoy
himself as much as his isolated
condition will permit, trying to
catch fish a good share of the
4th of July Excursion. To ac
comodate those who wish to enjoy
a trip on our national holiday.
The Great Northern Railway
will sell round trip tickets at
reduced rates to any point with
in 300 miles of station where tick
et is bought. Tickets sold on July
3rd and 4th. Rate from Willmar
fare and one third for round trip.
A report from St. John states
that last night's hail-storm did
considerable damage in that vi
cinity. The damaged crops lie
in a strip about mile wide ex
tending towards Raymond. On
the farms of John Nelson. B. E.
Greenfield and Christian Soren
son, the damage is estimated to
about of the crop. Other
farms are yet to be heard from.
The Oi Ew convention just
closed was a great success in
every respect. We are sorry
our time and space limits our re
ports to this notice. The dele
gates present left full of enthus
iasm, and well pleased with the
profitable time spent as well as
the royal entertainment which
had been accorded tnem by their
Willmar friends. The addreses
of Revs. Hunt and Hoyt were
worthy of special notice.
ONE WEEK of Wonder Bargains
Every yard of Summer Wash Goods must go.
Johnson & Pinney, Proprietors.
Mules 20 Hands High.
A. E. Rice is in receipt of the
following letter from a party liv
ing in the south west part of the
I am informed that the G. A.
R. post is looking about for mules
10 hands high for use on the 4th
of July. I have some that I am
willing to hire out on that day to
Mr. Rice says that as chaplain
of the Post it is out of his line to
look after the bodily mount or
temporal wants of the boys. All
communications relating to
mules, forage, etc.. should be ad
dressed to Adj't Manning or
Quarter Master Boyd.
The TRIBUNE has them—Don
nelly's new book. Call quick and
get a copy of the first edition.
Flags, Chineese Lanterns and
other Fourth of July Supplies at
Elfstrom & WeedalTs drag store.
Feed your stock rock salt. For
sale at Rodlun Bros.
W. A. Sperry sells the only
Steel Sectitai Open Wheel Wind
Sperry defies competition in
prices and quality on wind mills.
Try him and be convinecd.
Mossberg's Wonderful Healeris
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.
on importers 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 Dresw 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.
DALE, BOISE & QVALE,
New London Roller Mills
We are now in shape to take care of al 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. 1
New London, Minn,
The Dr. needs no introduction to this community, having successfully
treated scores of the most inveterate diseases, which, with his 25 yearsexpe
rience, 8 of which were in the hospitals of New York, Philadelphia and Chi
cago, and diplomas from 3 of the most Eminent Medical Collegesin America
commend him to the. favorable consideration of the readers of this
He still treats by the "NEW GERMAN METHOD" which hasnot onrTrev
olutionized the treatment but the history of Chronic Diseases. This is the
only system that will radically andpermanently cure CATARRH,that hj
headed monster of the Northwest. It is an unfailing cure forASTHl
GOITER or BIG NECK. It cures PILES without pain or loss ot time. Iu
cures INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION,
Send all lireclaims against rail
road companies and usury cases
to C. E. Burke, No. 1015 N. Y.
LifcBuildmg, Minneapolis. Best
No charge uidess successful.
SPECIALIST, President qf^
and Senior Counsel to the N. W
Medical and Surgical
Institute, St. Paul,!
Minn., will visit Willmar,^
at the Central Hotel,
Tuesday, June 253
one day only.
SKIN, NERVOUS and BLOOD diseases as SCROFULA, RHEUMAmJl!
&c, Slow Growth in Children and Defective Nutrition.
It is an infallible restorative of LOST YIGOR from WHATEVER1
CAUSE The Dr. will give a WRITTEN GUARANTEE every case he
undertakes to cure and will give flGO for any case where his guarantee has
not been honored. Are you discouraged? Thousands pronounced hopeless
have been cured, why not you? Bring in your so-called incurable diseases.
CONSULTATION FREE and CONfmENTlllL Be a S
early as his parlors are always crowded. Remember the date.
For Sale or Trade.
The residence property corner
2nd street and Litchfield Ave.