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QR. C. JOHNSON,
^Phnstrian unA JStrrgnnt,
Calls answered promptly day or night.
When calling-hy wire, give fall name, town
and seotlon(orlf In Tillage,give street), and
always say what sickness you think It Is.
Then you will get prompt and efficient ser
vice. OPPICB IN JOHNSON BUILDING,
corner of Litchfield Ave and Third Street
Wlllmar. Minnesota.
QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN,
Vhvsit'um ami burgeon.
Graduate University of Minnesota. Late
House Physician, St. Luke's Hospital,
St. Paul.
rrioK LBWIS BLOCK, RES. FI RST WARD.
Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 17.
WILLMAR. MINN
A. F. MANTOR,
DENTIST,
WILLMAR. MINN.
C. E. GERRETSON,
DENTIST,
WILLMAR,
MINN.
Office In Mikkelson Block
A O N E
OLNEY & FRYE,
Attorneys at Law,
Office in Ackerman & Holt Building.
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA.
Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson
OLSON & JOHNSON,
AT70RMEY8 #7 b^W.
Office In I 0. Olson Block,
WILLMAR. MINN
SCANDINAVIAN
LAWYER.
Claims in NORWAY SWEDEN, DENMARK
and GERMANY promptly collected
OFFICE IN I E S O N BLOCK.
Telephone 171, WILLMAR, MINN.
S A N S
STATE BANK OFNEW LONDON.
t'BTER BROBERG. President
JORGENSON .vice President.
JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier
Organised Under the State Laws.
A I A $25,000.00.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED.
Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter
est. Collections receive Careful
Attention
TIKCETS TO AND" FROM EUROPE
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
EXCHANGE.
NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA.
THE KAND1Y0BI COUNTY BANK.
AND LARSON,
President.
L.O THORPE,
Cashier
Organized under the State Laws
PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
$125,000.00
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS.
MONET LOANED ON REAL ESTATE.
Collections Receive Prompt and Careful
Attention.
Bank Corner of Fifth Street and Pacific
Avenue.
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA
A 8. BIOE. President. F. HANDY, Cashier
O. E LIEN. Vice President
BANK OF WILLMAR,
ORGANIZED UNDER THE STATE LAWS
CAPITAL AND UNDIVIDED
PROFITS, $100,000.
DOES A GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS.
CARBFUL ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS
Drafts on all principal citips of
the world and steamship tickets
to and from Europe.
TARM LOANS AT 6 PER CENT INTEREST
WILLMAR, MINNE^/TA.
I S E A N E O S
M. T. SANDBO,
—Proprietor of—
Minneapolis
Restaurant
Meals served at all hours Good accommo
dations to traveling public
WILLMAR, MINN.
P. B. PARSON. J. H. PERSON
PARSON& PERSON,
Manufacturers of
WAGONS, CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS,
All kinds of woodwork and hlacksmlthlng
done neatly and promptly. Repair
ing a specialty Prices as low
as possible.
Talrd Street, Wlllmar, Minn.
P. FREEBERG.
WINDOW & DOOR
FRAMES.
Window screens, wood turning
and scroll sawing.
WILLMAR. MINN.
BROWN & HEARN.
HORSESHOEING
—AND—
GENERAL BLACKSMITHINC.
Plow Work a Specialty.
Location: Benson
the Wlllmar Mill.
Ave. South of
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ROSELAND.
Nov. 5.—A large number of our
people were in Wlllmar last Tuesday
evening to greet our governor. There
was no lack of enthusiasm even
though none of us had roughrider
suits on. The fact is the popuHsts of
Kandiyohi county believe what they
work for aud go at it in a whole*
hearted way. Of course, most of our
citizens will vote to re-elect "Honest
John" without respect of party be
cause they believe it is to the best in
terest of the people. Owing to the
weather our boys could not come back
until the next day, but it made no
difference, they were as enthusiastic
as ever Mr. David Carlson and
Miss Hilma Larson were married last
week. A reception was given last
Saturday night at which a number of
Roseland people were present. Pa
joins in wishing the young couple a
happy journey through life Some
Roselandites attended a basket social
in town of Holland last Saturday
nigh't. Miss Emmeline Lindquist,
who is teaching there, .was at the head
of the affair. The money was to go
towards buying a library for the
school Tomorrow is election day
and the people will decide what shall
be the policy of our nation for some
time to come. Whatever the outcome
will be tbe American people will abide
by the decision of the majority, and
forgetting the strife which has been
so lively for the last few months, they
will work hand in hand to mould the
future of our nation. May the out
come be for the best to the greatest
number of people. A
Nov. 5 —Miss Nancy Dykens, of
this place, entered the Willmar sem
inary last Monday Some of the
young people from here attended the
P. S in Svea la9t Friday even
mg George W. Johnson and O.
N. Bengtson went to Willmar last
Sunday .. .P. Anderson and family,
of Svea, visited at T. Johnson's last
Sunday Thefirstmonth's schoofuture
closed last Friday with an enrollment
of 21. Teacher and pupils are getting
along nicely Miss Sarah Dykema
entertained a number of friends Sun
day evening Miss Alice Damstra
is visiting with friends in Clara City.
DEXTER.
FAHLUN.
Nov 4.—Deputy KM is a good re
porter but fails to tell about himself—
where he goes Richard Freedholm
returned from Minneapolis Wednes
day Henry Johnson, of Willmar,
was down at Dahlin's hunting on
Friday Miss Ida Jones is assisting
her brother at Kandiyohi Mr. and
Mrs. Hans Dahl, of Harrison, visited
last week at Peter Felt's, Ehas John
son's atd John Norine's. Of course
they were among the sensible Har
risonites who attended the Lind rally
last week... .Among the good, faith
ful populists of this town who at
tended the Lind rally were these: C.
A. Broman, Ehas Johnson, John
Jones, C. A. Peterson, and Y. Jones.
The republicans may carry this town,
but that won't make the above-named
any less popular. All who attended
the rally received an impression from
the' smiling face of our beloved gov
ernor, "Honest John," which will no
doubt linger in their hearts forever...
Rev. Dr. Locke, of Minneapolis, en
joyed a few days'hunt atE. Johnson's
last week Misses Emily and Ai
med a Johnson visited at Kandiyohi
Saturday and Sunday J. A. Whar
ton spoke on the "paramount issues
of the day" last Thursday evening in
District 39. His speech may be com
pared to the snarling of a mad dog.
What's the use in barking at Lind?
Mr. Wharton, as a political croaker,
spoke several good words for all of
the republican office-seekers Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Nelson spent Sunday
in Kandiyohi... A reply to Kid Mc
Chee: No, don't believe it! If you
have heard that this correspondent
had joined the g. o. p. you have been
misinformed. I have yet interest in
the welfare of our nation I sympa
thize with the Filipinos in .heir strug
gle I am in favor of temperance
reform and I hope to see trust ag
gression suppressed. Whether Bryan
and Lind are elected or not, hurrah
for them just the same. They are the
cream of our nation and state. Long
live Lind! Yours,
BRYANESQUE POPULIST.
KANDIYOHI.
Nov. 6.—The wedding of Mr. John
Carlson and Miss Mary C. Bengtson
took place at the bride's home last
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
Rev. J. A. Wagner, of Atwater. per
formed the ceremony, after which con
grafculations were showered upon the
happy couple. The bride was pret
tily attired in a costume of blue silk
trimmed in white satin, and she car
ried bride's cream roses. More than
a hundred guests enjoyed an elabor
ate wedding dinner. The presents
were numerous and beautiful Mr.
and Mrs. John Wioklund entertained
a number of their friends last Sun
day Miss Almeda Berg is dress
making at J. Enblom's Miss Hil
ma Norman came down from Renville
on Saturday and visited at her home
until Tuesday A. E. Anderson is
building a new barn The fair
which was to have been held in At
water last Saturday by the Catholic
societies of that place and Kandiyohi,
was held in the Peterson hall here, on
account of the smallpox cases' in
Atwater Johnnie Linnander came
up from Minneapolis on Wednesday
to attend the Carlson-Bengtson wed
ding. He spent the remainder of, the
week visiting friends here and returned
to his home Saturday George
Enblom and sister, Miss Tena, visited
at C. Glader's, in Gennesaee, on Sun*
a Misses Annie Carlin and
Nellie Haley came down from Will
mar .torjhe Catholic fair on Satur-
day ."Mrs. J. Bengtson and son,
Albert, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Carlson
visited at 6 P. Holmes', in, Atwater,
on Sunday A large company of
young people took in the dance at the
Peterson hall Friday evening and re
ported a good time F. E. and H.
Broman were guests at P. Norman's
on Saturday James Peterson and
family entertained a number of their
friends Sunday Claus Johnson
and family passed Sunday at E. Eng
vall's Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Morine
spent Sunday afternoon at C.
Peterson's A company of young
people made a very pleasant call at
P. Norman's Monday evening.
NEST LAKE.
Nov. 5—Albert S. Nelson, who is
teaching school at Grue, spent a few
days at home last week It is re
ported that John Bengtson has bought
the New London meat market... .Rev,
J. Johnson is expected home Tuesday
from Duluth, where he addressed the
people Monday on the political is
sues Miss Ella Carlson has re
turned home after having spent the
summer in Chicago and Minneap
olis Mr. and Mrs. N. Hendrick
son, Wallie Hendrickaon, and Miss
Alma Samuelsen, of Spicer, visited at
N. B. Johnson's on Sunday... Hans
Hanson contemplates going to Green
leaftown, Meeker county, to stay all
winter.
IRVING.
Miss Minnie Carlson, who was una
ble to attend to her duties as nurse at
the St. Peter asylum for the insane
on account of sickness, and returned
to her home here, is convalescent, we
are glad to note Miss Louise
Olson departed for Mamre on Monday
for a visit with her sister, Mrs. An
drew Larson Mrs. Henry Stromme
was on the sick list last week hut is
now recovering Charlie Werme
lin returned from Cass county re
cently S. Simensen will have an
Aermotor mill erected in the near
Jacob Anderson has re-
turned to his home near Stony Brook,
Cass county The roads in Dist.
4 were improved Saturday W
added a new name to our democratic
party HERE this week.
MAMRE.
Oct. 29.—Mr. August Bergham and
Miss Carolina Asplund went to Will
mar last Wednesday and were mar
ried. A reception in the afternoon at
the home of the bride's parents,
Mr and Mrs. J. G. Asplund. A large
number of invited guests were present.
We extend our congratulations and
well-wishes to the happy couple
Miss Nannie Ostlund is on the sick
list. Dr. H. E* Frost of Wlllmar,
was called Wednesday and pronounc
ed it rheumatism and neuralgia.
She is now improving Mrs. Peter
Rodman visited relatives an 1 friends
at Dawson, Minn., and in Grant
county, South Dakota, last week
Samuel Dahlman is dangerously ill
with consumption and is not expected
to recover. ..Frank O. Carlson and
Ole Olson returned from their bicycle
trip to Graceville last week. They
had to ask Jim Hill's iron horse to
take them home, however Nils
Semonson attended to legal business
in Montevideo last week Alfred
Holmgren returned Tuesday from a
yisit with Minneapolis relatives
Alfred Johnson went to Minneapolis
Wednesday, where he will remain dur
ing the winter A rally was held
at the south schoolhouse Dist. 14,
last Saturday evening. The speaker
was Mr. A. O. Forsberg, of Willmar.
Mrs. Eva Norman and daughters,
Annie and Clara, attended the wedding
of their son and brother, August,
which occurred at Willmar last Thurs
day. Quite a large number of young
people from here also attended the
wedding.
OBITUARY.
The grim reaper has again called in
our midst and another of our young
men is no more. J. Ferdinand Lof
gren passed peacefully away to the
land where no sorrow or hat can be
fall him, at 6:45 p. Tuesday of last
week. Deceased was a victim of the
well known disease, consumption, from
which he has suffered since last April.
He was at the twin cities for several
months receiving treatmect from the
best doctors, but in vain, returning
aboutftmonth ago and then thought
to be improving, but, however, grew
worse until death came as a reief.
Ferdinand was the last of a family of
ten, his father mother and seven
brothers and sisters having died be
fore him. Six of them died of diph
theria during the epidemic here
some twelve years ago, one brother
having gone before, and the death of
his father occurred about five years
since, and his mother died two years
after in the state of Washington, where
8he had gone for her health, and now he
who had survived them all has left us.
Thus has the whole family in a few
short years left us never to return.
Mr. Lofgren was united in marriage
at Minneapolis to Amanda Ekstrom,
May 10, 1899. She is the onlv' near
relative to mourn his early death.
He died at his home where he was
born, and was 25 years and 4 months
of age. The funeral took place from
the residence on Thursday, Oct. 26, at
3 p. m. Rev. N. Frykman officiating
in the last sad rites, after which the
remains, followed by the grief-stricken
wife and a large number of sympathet
ic friends to its final renting place at
the East Salem cemetery, where the
remains of the whole family, except the
mother, are now buried. The whole
community extends their heartfelt
sympathy to the bereaved young wife.
Among those who attended the funeral
were: Mr. Louis Ekstrom and son, of
St. Paul, and Mrs. P. W. Ekstrom,
of Minneapolis^
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Nov. 5—Two deaths occurred in
Mamre lastweek. Emma, theIn year-
old" daughter of John Swanson, died
at her home last Wednesday at 1
m. of consumption, from which she
has' been suffering for several months.
She leaves a father and several
younger brothers and sisters to mourn
her loss. The funeral was held last
Friday and the interment took place
at Mamre Lutheran cemetery. Eliza
beth, the 15-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, died on the
same day (Wednesday afternoon)
from the rupture of a blood vessel in
her head. Father, mother, older
brother and younger sisters survive
her. The funeral was held last Sat
urday and the remains were interred
in the East Salem cemetery. The be
reaved family has the sympathy of the
community in their sad affliction
Emil E. Ostlund has accepted a posi
tion as salesman for the Rodlun Shoe
and Clothing Co. at Willmar
Miss Emma Erlandson leaves for
Willmar today, where she has secured
a position in a millinery shop
A very large number attended the
rally held at Willmar last Tuesday
evening. They all report being well
pleased ...Dr. Christian Johnson de
livered a speech in the north school
house, Dist. No. 14, last Saturday
evening, to a fair sized audience.
Judging from the way he talked, all
who are not Scandinavians must be
Catholics. With the exception of a
few, all did not like the way he de
nounced our able governor, John
Lind Chas. Lindberg. Sr., ar
rived here Saturday from Duluth for
a visit with his family also to vote
here tomorrow A great amount
of work was done on the new section
road here last week under the man
agement of our genial road overseer,
Erick Hoglund ...Mrs. J. F. Lofgren
accompanied her mother, Mrs. Ek
strom, to Minneapolis Tuesday of last
week .A. Asp of Duluth was a guest
at John Asplund's last week J.
Strom of St. Paul visited rela
tives, here last week Swen Matt
son returned to his home at Waverly
Wednesday. He has been working
for P. Larson th« past month.
NEWSBOY.
ATWATER.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Peter H. O'Brien, formerly
of this place, but now of Pine City,
and Miss Amber Lenora Rice of the
latter named place, to occur at Pine
City on Monday, Nov. 12 Rev.
G. O. Schoberg was installed as
pastor of the Swedish Lutheran con
gregations of Atwater and Grove
City, Wednesday afternoon, the in
stallation services being conducted by
Rev. Dr. Sjoblom, president of the
Minnesota Conference The other
pastors present were Rev. Lundgren
of Benson, Rev. Nelson of Wlllmar,
Rev. Lundberg of Svea, Rev. Lmd
holm of Tripolis, Rev. Collin of New
London and Rev. Frost of Minnea
polis Aver quiet wedding oc
curred at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Anderson, in this village,
Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock,
when Swen Olson and Miss Annie
Magnuson, both of this place were
united in marriage. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. G. O. Scho
berg. The groom was attended by
Arnold Toensing and Miss Mamie
Linnell of Grove City was the maid
of honor. The ceremony was fol
lowed by a very nice wedding supper.
Mr. and Mrs. Olson begin housekeep
ing at once in the home recently pur
chased by Mr. Olson from M.
Brekke. The happy young couple
start out on their matrimonial voyage
with the very best wishes of their
many friends in this vicinity A
number of cases of sickness have been
reported in the village recently which
were attended by symptoms of small
pox in a very light form In several
of the cases tbe parties have not been
so sick as to be con lined to the house
at all, and have not been attended by
a physician. A numbar of ca*es weie
brought to the attention of Dr. Archi
bald, the Tillage health officer, jestei
day, and he thought it best to com
municate with the state board of health
concerning the same. Accordingly
Dr. Frederick Leavitt, a reputed ex
pert on smallpox was sent to Atwater
last evening and examined the cases
in question, and pronounced them
smallpox in a very mild form. The
places so Far quarantined are Martin
O son's where Darwin is tbe one af
fected, S. 'M. Sivertson's «rnere Char
ley Reiff is sick, and also Elmer Ear
ley's where the children have symp
toms of the disease. If it is smallpox
there are several who have had is and
got well without even knowing that
they had it. No fear is manifested
coocerning the cases now reported or
the prevalence of the disease, but of
course all the necessary precautions
have been taken to suppress its
spread. The schools will be closed
for a couple of weeks, and other gath
erings will be called off for a like
period—Atwater Republican Press.
I NEW LONDON.
Invitations have been received by
friends here announcing the marriage
of Miss Lbda Glassford, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Glassford, form
erly of this place, to Eugene M. Koll,
of Alexandria, to take place Sunday,
Nov. 7, aj Fargo. N. D. The bride's
friends here extend congratulations.
...No one of his numerous friends
and acquaintances here had any idea
what intentions were harbored in the
breast of JSam'l Paulson, the genial
and popular clerk at Swenson & Bro
berg's store, when he left town last
Saturday evening,. Jndeed, it was a
most unexpected surprise to all when
it leaked 6ut later that he had gone to
Minneapolis^ to be married. Th
young lady in the ease is, of course,
none other than Miss Lyda Sundetl,
an esteemld and accomplished young
lady, whej was employed here *wo
years ago as hat trimmer in Peterson
Sisters' millinery store. The cere
mony took place last evening, at the
home of the bride's uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. William Erickson, 425
Central avenue, in Minneapolis. The
happy couple arrived here today on
the noon train and will at once com
mence housekeeping in the Gustafson
house, which property Mr. Paulson
lately purchased. Their numerous
friends wish them a very happy and
successful journey as their matri
monial gig jogs along the varied
highway of life. May the stones be
few and the troublesome ruts far be
tween. Congratulations are now in
order.—New London Times.
Real Estate Transfers.
VILLAGE OF SPICKR.
Nov 3—David Hagenstein to John E
Holland—lot 9, block 2, Park Add
WILLMAR
Oct 29—Geo W Tyler et al to Inge
bor Christenson—Fourth Add lot 13,
block 4
Nov. 2—Hans Johnson to Hannah Han
bou—lot 5 aud sJi of lot 4, block 83,
1st add
Nov. 2—Hannah Smith to Ingebregt
Tollefson—lots 4 and 5, block 109, 2nd
add
Nov 3—Louis Vikse to Peter A Ek
lund—sej£ se$4, exc r. o. w.
and part of lot i. sec. 9
Oct 31—Johanna Nelson to Nikalina
Bengtson—e& swJi sec 20
Oct. 39—Samuel Adams to Gustaf
Iiungbtrom—lot l, block 10, Larson,
Adams & Sperry add
LAKE ANDREW
Nov 1—Lars Hedin to Carl Damelson
son -part of lot 3, Sec 34
Oct 24, Nancy Daniels to Eva E
Norris, el/2seii, sw^seJi, sec 30
VILI AGE OF ATWATER.
Oct 30—St- & E
Swedlund—lots 5 and 6, block 56
Oct 24 Peter Person to Swan A
Moodm lots 7, 8, and 9, block 4, Salt
er's 2nd add
Knudson sek neJi sec 3
Oct 27 Ole Fant,ke executor, to
Stener Skare, nek nwk, nwk new.
Sec. 3
50 00
450 00
235 00
2200 00
NEW LONDON
100 00
50 00
ROSiSVILLE
Nov 3—Jacob Bruins to Wm. Fed-
aema—se4
nwJ4 ne% sw)4. sec. 5
100.00
80 00
900 00
ST JOHNS.
Nov 3—Johannes Elveback to John
Swenson—nek seh sec 23, and &ya
nw^ sec 24
Oct 29—Knut Bue to S Louise Ask
ren—nejfc ne&, sec 1, part of
Oct. 24, Peter Cfiohn to Juel Juelson,
vrVtSwX sej* swj^, swj* nwj*. sec.
15
2500 00
HOLLAND
Oct 29—G Vandertunk to Frank Ul
ferts—swJ4 Sec 17
WHITKI1ELD
Novr l—c A Cushman to Freese
—ne^, sec 8
Nov 3—Andrew O HikUl to Geo W.
•••0
2400 00
3360 00
IRVING
Nov 1—Augustus Hought DD to Martin
Rufbvold—si4 uwl4, t,ec. 24....
HOSELAND
Nov 1—E Landmeier to Peter Lind
quist—wi4 nw^, sec 23
2000 00
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•••e
1080 00
2400 00
2560 00
Willoughby—neJ4 sw^, nw^ seJn,
sec 5
NOKWAV LAKE
Oct. 24, E Olson to Ole Legar
den, neJ4,sec 61
Oct 26 A Olsness, to Henry Torge
son, part of swj%, sec 30
900 00
2000 00
200 00
VILLAGE OF RAYMOND
Oct 24—Annie Nelson to Fred Ratz
loff, pai of lot 2, sec 19
Oct 29, Squire to Adam Dryer,
lots 7 and 8, block 4
Oct. 29, Adam Dryer to Jacob Haima,
lot 8, block 4
95 00
400 00
100 00
GENNESSEE
Oct 23, John Porter to Came Alt
man, n% of lot 2, St c, 26
ARCTANDER
Oct 25. Johannes Berg to Knute
100 00
800 01
1250 00
DOVRE
Oct 31, Tosten N Soldal to Nels A.
Elgeross, seJiswM, sec 33 .....*. ..
1000 00
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Feed ground at 5 cents per sack
Give us a trial
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For a tiobby suit
make your selections where you can get the LATEST
PATTERNS and LOWEST PRICES. Largest stock in H:i
the city on hand. Fall stock ]ust received.
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Benson Avenue, Wlllmar. Minn.
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JUST LIKE THE CLUB-ONLY
better"—is what every traveler says of the buffet-library car
on the BurliDgton's Chicago Limited, leaving Mioneapohs
7.20 p. St. Paul 8.05 m., every day, arriving at Chicago
9.25 next morning. Has sofa, writing dfsk, card tables, easy
ZD chairs, lllust ated weeklies, popular magazines, daily papers,
and a well-stoeked buffet Lighted by electricity. Heated by
steam. The 'Scenic Express" leaves Minneapolis 7:40 a.
St. Paul 8:15 a. except Sunday. Arrives Chicago same
evening. Ask your home agent for tickets via this line.
NEW LUMBER YARD
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Edwards,Wood & Co.,
St. Paul and Minneapolis
Willmar, Minin.
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Largest and Most Complete
STOCK EVER SHIPPED INTO WILLMAR.
BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER BRING YOUR
BILLS TO US.
NEW LONDON MILLING CO.,
WILLMAR, MINN.
EIlVIEIIM-r.
BROKERS.
Orders solicited foritbe purchase or sale of
Wheat, Provisions, Stocks, Cotton
For Cash or on Margin.
I A E W I E O I A O A N N E W O
A. F. Hanscom and W. L. Crosby,
Managers,
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