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Potatoes—about 15 cents.
Butter—12 to 18 cents.
Court was adjourned last Saturday
at 12 o'clock,and a special term was
appointed by Judge Powers* to com
mence on Jan. 8, 1896, at 9 a. m.
Robert Farrell and Soul Riley the
two men who were found guilty of lar
ceny, were taken to the States Prison
at Stillwater, jesterdaj under the es
cort of Sheriff Odell and Marshall
The trial of Emmerson and Quam,
for burglary and larceny, committed
in Aug. Anderson's, saloon, some
time ago, was set by Judge Powers,
for Jan. 8, 1896.
The suit of Dennis O'Brien, by
James J. Field, is now brought to a
close. It was dismissed on motion of
Mr. Field's attorney, by Co. Atty A.F.
Mark Ryan was tried before the
District Court last week on a charge
of petit larceny. He was found guilty
and sentenced to 30 days in jail.
I Elfstrum & Weedall's
Otterness conducted the defense and
A. N. Nordin the piosecution.
Andrew Anderson of Atwater was
indicted by the Grand Jury for selling
intoxicating liquors without license,
He was acquitted for want of proof.
Stephene Fay, whom we mentioned
in our last issue of the TRIBUNE, as
being charged with burglary for
breaking into a school house at Lin
tonville, Minn, was examined befoie
the Grand Jury last week. They did
not find sufficient cause to sustain this
charge and he was released.
The three cases of bastardy, viz.
State of Minn. vs. Erick J. Hallquist,
State vs. Louis Holmquist, and State
vs. BendikL. Bendikson, were each
settled before trial. That of State vs.
John Carney will be bound over to
the next semi-annual term of Court in
Robert Farrell and Soul Riley, two
pf the burglars who broke into Ander
son Bro's Jewelry Store on the night
pf July 2Qth, 199.1, and stole a number
of silver articles, were tried in the
District Court last week, and convict
ed. They were sentenced to 7 months
imprisonment in the States Prison at
Stillwater. Otto Sines, the third
member of the gang, will be kept here
In the county jail, and tried at the
next term of the District Court,
A charge of Grand Larceny was
brought against Peter Norstedt, Sam
uel Norstedt, Byron Cole, Harold
Swenson and J. G. Peterson, of New
London. The complianing witness was
Walter D. Andrews. He claimed that
the above parties had removed a mare
an*d? a cow• fro•m• his• premises,• an•d• ou•t•
of his possession against his will and
protest. The case was heard before
Judge Powers last Saturday, and dis
Mahony & Bradley, scamc artists of
Chicago, were here this week and fitted
Crosby's Opera House with a newville
drop curtain. They decorated the
same with the advertisements of sev
eral of the business firms in town.
Cressy's vivid and interesting lecture
on the battle of Chicamauga last Wed
nesday evening at the M. E. Church
was not attended as well as its merits
deserved. All Minnesota veterans es
pecially would have found it most in
Mrs. W. Coe. National Sup't
Rescue Dept., of Woman's Keelej
League, spent a few days in this citj.
She wishes to establish a local branch
of this League in the city, and it I-S
to be hoped that she wlil receive all
possible co-operation in this the no
blest of all projects, that of helping
the fallen, and needy.
The students of the Willmar Sem
inary issue the first number of the
Echo (of Vol. VI) this week. A new
heading has been designed by the Sem
inary artist, Mr. J. C. Jansrud. which
adds greatly to the good appearance
of the paper. The first number was
issued in an edition of a thousand
copies. The mechanical work was ex
ecuted at THE TRIBUNE office.
Some people are very venturesome
trying to cross lakes before they
are sufficiently frozen. Friday A. E.
Grurud attempted to cross Ringo
Lake when his horses broke
through the ice. Luckily help wa*
near at hand, so the team was saved.
This should be a warning to others
who feel like being the first to cross
A number of young people of the
towns of Dovre and Lake Andrew sur
prised Miss Tilda Johnson, of Lake
Andrew, last Friday, the occasion be
ing her birthday. Soon after arriv
ing the surprisers -settled down to a
good social time, and if reports are
correct they had it, too. They de
parted for their respective homes at a
late hour, feeling sleepy but jolly.
Miss Johnson received many beauti
J. J. Elverback, of Pennock, was
seriously ill-treated by some of the
town boys last Monday. It seems
that the boys were trying to tip over
his sleigh, and while trying to chase
them away some one of the boys picked
up a chip and threw it at him, hitting
him just above the-eye, cutting a fear
ful gash and probably endangering
his sight. Such brutal ruffianism
should be sat down upon with vigor,
and effectively punished, no matter
who did it. A boy that was bigClub
enough to throw a chip with sueh force
as in the above case ought to be big1
I enough to know a little something of
December 10th—Lawrence Herrcher
to Maggie Behrends,
December 11th—John Pheifer to An
December 14th—Anton Larson to
A Large Assortment of
Carlsoti Bros. & Frost's.
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MISSING FROM HOME.
Josle Blomgren Mysteriously
A strange case enveloped in mystery
is at present the principal subject of
discussion in the city.
A young lady 17 years old. a
daughter of Rev. Blomgren, has ap
parently been abducted, if we aie to
rely on the statements which she has
sent to her parents, since her disap
pearance from home. From this story
it seems that she went to the depot
early last Saturday morning with
some friends who were to leave by the
morning train for Minneapolis. Af
ter they had left, and before she had
time to leave the depot, she was ac
costed by a man who told her that he
wished her to accompany him to St.
Cloud on the next tram, and who
threatened to shoot her if she did not
obey. She then boarded the train
with him, and after they had taken a
seat. Lhe man seemed to fall asleep,
whereupon she requested one of the
train men to give her apiece of paper.
This was done, and then she wrote a
letter to her patents, and asked the
trainman to bring it back.
This fs her story. Since then how
ever, parties have stated that she was
alone, that she lemamed in Paynes
until the afternoon of the same
day, and boarded the train for St.
Cloud, but that she was not in com
pany with anyone. No one has seen
any trace of the strange individual
mentioned in her letter, and has no
motive can be assigned for her dis
appearance, it is as jet an uncertain
ty whether she was abducted, eloped,
or perhaps contrived this plan for a
lunawaj. Atalle\em her parents
are verj much afflicted by it, and en
tnely incapable of accounting tor their
daughter's strange conduct.
The girl's father started in search
of her yesterday afternoon, but we
have not learned what success at
tended his efforts so far.
Solid gold pen-., pencils and tooth
piel's at Andeison Bios.'
See Olson & Otos if you desire
a loan on farm property.
Largest and best stock of cranber
ries in the city at Rodlun Bros.'
The Argus has received a Webster
gasoline engine for furnishing power
to run their presses.
Nice line of loose diamonds to be
mounted to order at Anderson Bros
Solid gold slaeve buttons, suitable
for Christmas presents, at the jewelrj
store of Anderson Bros. Initials en
graved fiee of charge.
Mr. P. N. Olson and his joung wife,
of Whitefield, were agreeably sur
prised by about two score of young
people last Friday night, who came to
have a good time. The host and
hostess were presented with a hand
Board by the month or week. Applj
to George E. Warren, north of track,
four blocks west of schoolhouse.
BULL FOR SALE CHEAP.
A full blooded shorthorn bull, five
jears old for sale at Gus Monson's,
Nest lake. Minn., thieemiles southwest
of New London.
A fur coat, near Fairv iew cemetery.
Owner call for same at Andrew Jor
genson's, Sec. town of Willmar.
Troubador Club Program.
To TH E MFMBERS OP THE TROUBADOR
The following program will be given
at James Sanderson's residence by the
members of the Troubador Musical
on Thursday evening, December
.. Leah Mantor
2 Piano Solo
3 Vocal Duet.
4 Vocal Solo.
5 Piano Duet
Glarum and Mossberg
.. .Miss Peterson
Misses Gould and Jenness
Vocal Selection. Quartette
7 Guitar Solo J. P. Odell
8 Vocal Solo Susie Wilcox
9 Clarionet Solo Sandy Williams
10 Vocal Solo John Burch
11 Piano Solo Anna Sanderson
12 Orchestra Selection
Frank Magnuson, an old settler of
Kandiyohi town, has sold his fapm in
town of Holland for $28 per acre.
Frank is a good neighbor, and his old
friends here hope he will return and
settle down again in this town
The Methodists are holding a series
of meetings. Two services are held
C. F. Anderson has had anew wind
mill erected on his place by Will Sper
ry, the wind mill hustler.
Three quarts of the finest cranber
ries for 25c only at Rodlun Bros.
Miss Mary Erlanson is home
Willmar, Minnesota, December 17, 1895.
tbe old l&amre chum
N. Shoe repairing neatly done.
has returned from Douglas Co
John P. Larson has been on the sick
list during the week.
Nauni Ostlund has
Hannah Audei»on. who has been
home for some time, has left for Will
The old ladj. Mrs. Damelson. has
been qmte ill. We hope she will re
Otto Holmgren has left farming. If
you wish to see his jolly
Rodlund & Johnson's.
Our butter-maker Adolph Norman,
has made a success with his work this
year. As amanifestationof thanks tohim
the patrons, of the creamery gave him
a surprisal Saturday evening, the 7th,
a fur coat and a small sum of money
were presented to him
Saturday evening-previous to the
Norman surprisal. the young folks
and members of the Mamre choir and
orchestra surprised their leader John
Ostlund with about $15 in cash mon
~The schools in West and Northeast
school house of district 14 closed last
Friday. The West school will open
again Feb. Jst. with Oscar Bierkness
as teacher. H. Lindgren will resume
his work in £he Northwest school in
latter part pf February.»
Adolph Norman attended the "Dairy
Association^ meeting at' Litchfield
Wednesdsy and Thursday. We un
derstand he is in the premium contest
but have not heard his success. Last
October he received a premium for
butter at a similar meeting at Wadena,
Minn., taking 93 points out of the 100.
This is surely complimentary for theour
creamery as well as the butter
Rev. Forsberg of Cadilac, Mich..
•held religious services at Lundby
Thursday and at Salem on Sunday.
A number of festiveties will be ob
served at Mamre during Christmas.
"Ottesahg" will beheld Christmas
morning at 5 a A children's fes
ti al will undoubtedly be held on Mon
SHOES, OVERSHOES & SLIPPERS
Beginning WEDNESDAY Deo. 18,
-We will commence ouiv
GREAT HOLIDAY SALE IN SHOES, SLIPPERS
We carry a full line of slippers for Men, Ladies, Misses and Children
Also leading lines of Overshoes and Felt Shoes
We will also call your attention to the fact that we have purchased a
Sample Shoes at a Big Discount,
And will sell them at manufacturers' jirices I contains a line
ForLddies, Mi^sos, Children Men Bo\, an 1 Youth**
These goods ai madoupin&oo style, and are of the best quality Call indgetou pu.«es
No trouble to show goods.
W also sell I S S E S S O A N O W A O E S ior 4 0 a pan-
WILLMAR SHOE CO.
Use ciushed lock sa*t It isthe
Iest and best for salting meat
jonby Rodlunrl Boa.
From New London Times.
Lien, of Willmar was in to.vn
Rev I Collin will conduct ^ei
at Raymond to-moirow
Monson Brot^rs shipped tv\o car
loads of cattle and hogs this week.
Success to you
Mathias Hedman, collector for sev
eral Swedish papeis.- has been the
guest of John Berglungthis "week.
Hem Lindgren letuma to-daj af
tci completing a sucee-^ful ton of
bcaool in Mamre.
A number of New London and Bur
bank people are down taking the
foolish law suit at Willmar to-day,
Deputy Sheriil Stenson came up
om Willmai and dro\ to Burbank
on business last Thursday. Ml%d
Mr Geo. A. and Miss Rhoda
Benton. ofRoseville. started Monday
for Mountain View, Santa Clara Co..
aliforma, where they will make their
home for the year to come.
The marriage of Marj O. Husa.
daughter of Ole Hu&a. to Andrew
Rood, both of "Not way Lake took
place at the home of the grooms par
ents, Thursday Dec. 12th.
Prof. Fink, accompanied by Wesley
Green and A. E, Anderson, are at
Lake Lillian to day for the purpose
of inspecting the state ditch.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Streed had
the sad misfortune of losing their in
fant daughter, Christine, last Monday.
Funeral occurred Thursday.
We were all very much pleased last
Tuesday to agaiu shake hands with
old townsman G. M. Dodd, who
has been confined to his bed at St.
Cloud for many months. Mr. Dodd
looks very well considering the hard
siege he has gone through.
A complete line of hollow
ted ware just received at
,«—, •.., ^^_--j,
ARCTBCS for 25C
The NEW LONDON ROLLER
MILLS have their new 75 horse
power Hamilton-Corliss engine in
place, and are now running full
time. We have a new miller,
thoroughly experienced and up
to date, whose aim will be to
please our customers and make a
better flour than any of our com
We give 33 pounds of Fancy
Straight flour and usual quanti
ty of bran and shorts per bushel
of No. 1 wheat.
Feed ground every day. We sell
at our mill: Bran for $7 per ton.
Rye Meal, $1 per cwt.
We solicit the patronage of the
public and gaurantee satisfaction
JOHNSON & PINNEY,
New London, Minn.
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