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A Paelfio Avenue,
R. 8 E 8 I S
Oen'l Pass. Agent,
S E I A I I I I O E
Fitting glasses to relieve headache and all trouble from eye strain
and poor sight is our specialty.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS,
O O O
Willmar Milling Company,
Uir nUtT^E. 32Poundsof Flour
Wr IllTfEZ 8 Pounds of Bran
UIILer- 4 Pounds of Shorts
E BUSHE O
O O O
For a nobby suit
a your selections re you can the A E S
A E N S and O W E S I E S a stock in
the city on hand. Fall stock just received
O. H. Westbetg, the Tailo*,
JUST LIKE THE CLUB-ONLY
better"—is what every traveler a of the buffet-library car
on the Burlington's Chicag Limited, leaving Minneapolis
7:20 p. m., St a 8:05 p. m., every day arriving at Chicag
9:25 next morning Ha sofa, writing desk, card tables, easy
IZD chairs, illustrated weeklies, popular magazines daily papers,
and a well-stocked buffet. Lighted by electricity. Heated by
steam. Th "'Scenic E leaves Minneapolis 7:40 a. m.,
St. a 8:15 a. m., except Sunday Arrive Chicag same
evening. A your home agent for tickets a this line.
NEW LUMBER YARD
I Largest and Most Complete
STOCK EVER SHIPPED INTO WILLMAR.
BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER BRING YOUR
BILLS TO US.
3 NEW LONDON MILLING CO.,
Edwards, Wood & Co.,
St. Paul and Minneapolis
Orders solicited forithe purchase or sale of
Wheat, Provisions,Stocks, Cotton
For Cash or on Margin.
I A E WIRE O I O A O A N N E W O
A. F. Hanscom and W- L. Crosby,
Sffiip*? .• Managers,
1 IllillR RtSTftURflHT.
Mo% Meals and Lunches served at all
SMPV'-'/'--,», ••}••-. K&'j&f4"?^ hours.
S a O O O S I E DEPOT,
For the very best /Dentistry
jail OIJ &£: F. Mantor,
Willjnar, Minn. J,
E O A N
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Opera House B}ock.
\l your children are. fretful, peevish,
and cross mothers the same, ditto the
it would seem proper to give'em
all Mountai a 36 cents.
A E. Mossberg fJU iji\\(.' Mi.
DON'T E FOOLEDI
To trotecttlMTaMte w« coll
wpictafattMrtM*to oar tipSf
E it or was down from At
N W a of Atwater transacted
business re last week.
E. J. Buholz, of St. Cloud, was a
W a .visitor last week.
Mis Genevieve a no is visiting
with Breckinridg friends.
he W a Owen coihp&ny left'on Sun
day/t filf fen engagement at S Cloud.
Mrs. W Minton is receiving a
Visit from Mrs. Elliott, of Wisconsin
a Mrs C. S. Neuberger will
entertain at cards next Friday even
ing, %. $
Mis Zylph a W a is visiting
Minneapolis relatives am friends this
A O. Forsber and family a been
spending the past few a it Mamre
Loui E Nyland of the 51st Iow a
band organization, was in the city
Mrs. McDonal as been spend
ing the past week at Breckenridge with
her on Hollis
Mis Minnie Glatt of Minneapolis
was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs Branto enter
tained a company of friends at their
home Tuesda evening.
W Ismon left last week for
Chicago, accompanied by a brother
who had been visiting here.
Busines was quite lively in the pro
bate court last Monday there being
nine cases at the special term.
Martin Olson was down from Ne
London last week for a visit with hia
folks, O. Olson and family.
Mrs. W Ismon returned this
week from the cities, where she had
been undergoing medical treatment.
Mrs. A a C. Dickey, of St Paul is
spending the week here with her
brother, A E Mossberg, and other
Jus as we go to press we learn that
Ole Nordstrom, of Fahlun died Mon
day evening, after an illness of sev
Harr a a a noted lecturer,
will give an illustrated lecture on Pari
and the exposition to-night at the
Mrs. Rodenbu of Brown
Valle as been spending the past
week here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Cleary.
Geo. E. Negaard of the school of
pharmacy at the State University, en
joyed a brief vacation last week at his
home in N a Lake.
Mrs. A entertained a com
pany of lady friends on Tuesday after
noon. Another afternoon party will
be given on Thursday
Prof. Gerdsen, teacher of sciences in
the Litchfield school, visited our
schools here Friday and remained un
til Saturda with friends.
Mis Inez Wharto as resigned
her position as teacher in the Garfield
school. Sh left on Saturda lo
her home in Ashland W is
Miss Carrie N so of Grov City
made a brief visit here Saturda with
friends. Sh was route to Brown
Valley where she takes a position in
Nil Peterson and Mis Henriette
E. Christianson were united in mar
riage in the town of Kandiyoh last
Thursday, Rev S A Lindholm
W pray thee, heed him not who
askest thee to take something, said to
be the same as Mountain Te a
made by the a is on Medicine Co*
3 5 A E Mossberg.
O, beauty what a powerful weapon
thou art. Th bravest men fall at thy
feet. N wonder women take
Mountain a to prolong that joyous
spell.—A. E Mossberg.
W A N E A a married man and
want a position of some kind. A
not particular what kind of work just
so it is a steady job Addres the
I N E 39-3p
daughter, Clar a Hoglund left
home about a month a I hereby
serve notice that I will not be respon
sible for any debts she a contract
39-3p S A A N A O N
Olof A el Erickson, one of the old
settlers of the county, died at his
home in the town of Lak Andrew last
Thursda morning, of rheumatic
fever. leaves a wife and five chil
DOST—On Tuesda eve a blue
serge mackintosh cape, double
breasted' with velvet collar. Finder
please leave at the I N E office and
39-2 A C. A W O
Th meeting of the W C. will
be held Thursda afternoon at 3
o'clock at the me of Mrs
Coffee will be served at the close of
the meeting. A ladies interested in
W C. TJ. work are desired to be
W A Krause,*of Plaodreau S
was honore with a re-election to the,
office of county judge of Mood county.
was a candidate for re-election on
the republican ticket and had no op
position. is Kandiyoh county
friends will be ad to hear of his
Wilber Moe who was employed
during the summer in the Metropolitan
barber shop in this city, died last Fri
a of typhoid fever. he demise oc
curred at his home near Carlson,
Swift county Deceased was an in
dustrious man of habits,
and his departure will be greatly re
gretted by W a friends.
Manage Markhu of the W a
opera house and G. N so at
tended the Litchfield opera house
opening last Thursda evening. They
were highly pleased with the new
building there, it being a credit
able structure. Th W Owen com
pan presented "Th Marble a
to an audience which filled the theater.
W Owen and his superb company
iv an excellent production of "Th
a here Saturda even
ing. Th opera was filled with
an audience which greeted the cele
brated actor with most hearty ap
Slause. A the close of one of the acts
[r. Owen was recalled several times
and was obliged to respond with a
speech, in which he took occasion to
congratulate the city upon its posses
on of such a fine opera house. Mr.
McConnell and Mis espe
cially furnish fine support a the
rest of the company
A the time for our buttermaker ex
pires December 1st, the board of di
rectors will receive bids for a butter
maker, for the position as buttermaker
up to the time above mentioned. Every
one a in a bid forth position,
please state in the bid, salary wanted
per month a so for an he
board a so aske for recommendation.
he board reserves the right to reject
a and all bids Address, ?**& $&
O E $ I S A
Seo'y W a Creamery Ass'n
FOUMD OH THE ROADSIDE.
Soren Johnson Meets tils Death Walla
Sore of XakeJ Lillian,
lies cold.in de^th as $££ fjjwkilt qf «fen
accident which befell Ibilm late Satur
day night. Together with Otis wife|i
ad been in town during the day
marketing a so wheat. I the
evening, when it was about time for
them to return home, his wife had
commenced to institute* a a
him N being able to fl|»djiim, she
left for home alone, taking the most
spirited team. i: '4' If
E a the next in the an was
discovered in on the rbad-south of
Kandiyoh Lake, between the
Knutso and Blumgre farms. This
as about three, miles from his home
The circumstances were such as to
indicate that he had been tipped out
with the spring seat, which was found
by him N injuries were found on
his person beyond a slight scratch,
which it is claimed ad been there be
fore. .liquor) bottles were also
found, one of them empty
The fact remains that the an had
been tipped out by a runaway or else
ad driven over some object a
the road with such force as to knock
both himself and the seat off. Th
driverless team reached home safely.
Actin Coroner Fros was called
out to view the body N inquest was
held, the circumstances indicating
that death resulted from the fall and
It was a most deplorable end of one
who, aside from his love of liquor,
ad always been a whole-souled and
citizen. Th deceased was a
veteran of the civil war and a mem
ber of Col post, of Willmar
The surviving widow and children
have the sympathy of the community
in their bereavement—this untimely
end of husband and father.
Children's Home Society.
Rev A Tebbets, assistant super
intendent of the Children's me S
ciety of Minnesota, was in the city
this week id the interest of that most
benevolent society. addressed the
congregations of the several churches
on Sunday and ad with him a six
year old girl for whom he was seek
ing a home. Eight children a so
far been placed by the society in fam
ilies in W a and vicinity. Mr
abets met with flattering success
in his work here. Th local commit
tee which represents this society is
composed of the following well-known
people: Mrs E. S Frost, Mrs C.
Sherwood, Rev E E Gynild, C. E
Lien, N W in ad f„and Eric Ohs
Rev Tebbets informs' Us there are
several fraudulent persons traveling
as representatives of the Children's
me Society, and that the public
should be on their guard. A warning
to the charitable public is published
in the Minnesota Children's Hom
Finder, the society's
Organ which is
printed in St. Paul It discloses the
names of some of these unscrupulous
persons who a been collecting
large sums of money in different parts
of the state from people sup
posed they were iv in to the Minne
sot a society. Th agents of the
Children's me Society have cre
dentials with them, and contributors
should demand to see them and know
that they are not a in a mistake.
Mr. Tebbets remained here until to
day and succeeded in finding a home
for the little girl with Mr. and Mrs
Long Term of Court at Benson.
Th adjourned term of the district
court began yesterday, with Judg
Qvale on the bench. Th number of
indictments is already larger than
was ever known in the history of the
county and the grand jury which was
adjourned from last term a so re
turned yesterday and are considering
the cases of the men who are charged
with the killing of Lundeen in Apple
ton, and Patrick Darringto who is
accused of the shooting of Martin
McAndrews, and the Clint and Mc
Ginty cases. Th chances are that
the court will be in session several
weeks, as no civil cases were tried in
Their Twentieth Anniversary.
The me of Mr. and Mrs S. E
Stansberry was the scene of a pleasant
gathering last Monda evening. I was
the twentieth anniversary of their wed
ding, and a large company of friends
took advantage of the occasion and
arranged a happy surprise for them.
A it is customary on such occasions
the merry guests had provided them
selves with edibles and proceeded to
make themselves at home. They were
heartily welcomed, and the evening
was a most delightful one for all. Mr.
and Mrs. Stansberry were the recipients
of a handsome .Haviland chin a set
The local rider republicans
a been planning a grand ratifica
tion meeting, one feature of which was
to be the burial of Lind and the
I is reported that elabor-
ate plans had been made for a mock
funeral procession^ with appurtances.
The uncertainty of the result on the
gubernatorial contest, however, de
layed the proceedings. Th enthusiasm
a in cooled down a bit and the
warning voices of the wiser members
of the party a in been heard, the
"funeral as probably been aban
Meats For Sale in Quantity.
Partie wishing to purchase beef,
mutton or pork in quantities and by
the quarter will do well to call on me
before buying elsewhere. stock is
on exhibition at my barn, and all can
see what they buy Th stock Is all
cattle purchased in the St a
stock yards will be first
class and will be sold at reasonable
trices iv me a a
A N S E E
cattle, three with a ring in one
ear, one calf, brown colo with white
spots, strayed from pasture,
town of Kandiyohi about October 15.
A an furnish information
as to their whereabouts will be re
warded. I N$L S MlKKELSON.
Mrs. Ameli a Lundquist will be very
grateful for washing tad ironing to do
at home* a ad men'B washing
and mending respectfully solicited.
W called for and -delivered if de
sired. id O a resi
dence, 1st ward. [46-tf]
Moat Markets Close On Sunday:
After N 18th, oVr respective
meat market^ on Sun
a until further notice. it.
S O O A N E S O N
ItKVfFjfi ACKERMAN & HAKTYAIT.
*FQR SAIwE-rAn air-tight
Inquire ot P. F. Nelson
Injustice .Court. .7,
A wholesale' arrest of hunters wife
made Tuesday in the northern part of
the county. JThe a
Frank, Vick and John—hav for*
several a so made trips here from
Lowa,-in quest he plentiful game
Which abounds around our lakes
W a J. A Austin
and a a on Cole, of Ne
Condon, succeeded in bringing them
before the law, on the charge of hunt
ing in the state without a license
They were brought before Justice
Rois this afternoon, County Attorney
P. H. appearing for the state.
All three parties pleaded guilty, and
they w#re each fined $10 and costs,
pafd. A their game, two
barrels of ducks, and three guns were
confiscated. Th latter were yalued
Edward a or and George Swen
Son were arrested in the, town of
Edwards last week on the charge of
assault committed on Martin Bercon.
a poor German farmer living in that
vicinity. he complaint was sworn
out before Justice is on Thursda
and the case was tried here Monda
afternoon. pleaded guilty to
the charge. Taylo was fined $10 and
costs, which he paid. Swenson's fine
wfts $50 and costs. I default of pay
ment he was sent to jail. Bercon
claims that he was sleeping in his
barn when the offense was committed.
was knocked down and otherwise
maltreated. It is claimed that Swen
soh filled his partner up with whisky
and drove him to commit the deed,
compelling him to pound the old man
A we go to press two cases
brougho up before Justice Roise
A a a Hoglun swore out a com
plaint for the arrest of Nel Alvig
charging him with using abusive and
George Case swore out a com
plaint charging E G. with as
sault. Th matter is in regard to an
altercation over room rent. Defend
ant asked for a change of venue.
N 13th.—We told you .Lewis
Peterson returned from Kerkhoven
a he small-pox scare is
about over. No new cases having de
veloped. Th quarantine was raised
on one or two places Monda C. A
Newman has moved into the house re
cently purchased by S. A Mod in
Miss a Peterson returned from
Minneapolis, Saturday, and has re
sumed her duties in the post-office
Han Peterson, of Irving, came to
town Monda morning and imported
that four calves were stolen from his
stable Sunda evening. Sheriff Odell
was notified, but nothing has been
seen or heard of the thieves, at this
writing Miss N a Hull is visiting
relatives in Harrison this week A
number of persons are a little indie
posed from the effects of vaccination
W are somewhat disappointed
over the results of the election, and
eppecially the defcat of Gov Lind
W always believed it was a grievibua
error when the populists fused with
the democrats in 1896. A we have
always been a firm believer in the
principles of populism, and believe
the populists• should- sever their con
nections with, the dfmocratic party,
reorganize, and yet become a power
ful factor in shaping the destiny of
this country. Let the word be passed
Mis Maude E Lochren, a Minneap
oli lady, is to, open a dancing
school here. Sh wjill give her open
in Thursda evening, Novembe 15,
at B'ohde hall. A tl are cordially in
vited to attend. Admission 75c. Ar
rangements for the first lesson will be
made that evening. 39-2
Resl Estate Transfers.
Nov. 10.—Ole Lundquist to Joseph
Richardson, part of w}£ sw}£. sec.24 $ 1.00
Nov. 7.—A. E. Rice to Timothy O'Con.
nor, s'/i se)4, sec.31 800.00
Nov. 10.—John M. Spiccr to Abraham
A. Bauman, eH oeH, sec. 22 1500.00
Nov. 10.—Clara M. Lelghton to Vil
lage of Raymond, part of neH neJ4,
sec. 19 83.87
Nov. 8.—St. P., M. & M. Ry. Oo. to Vil
las A. Williamson, seH exc. r. o. w.
and platted parts of sec. 3, (146.49
Nov. 12.—J. A. Olson, et al., trustees
Diet. No. 77, to Engeborg Greenfield,
1 sq. a, in ne cor. of neii ne&, sec.
Nov. 12.—Ingeborg Greenfield to Ole
R. Sletten, nVt neH, n!4 nwK. see.
Nov. 13,—Swen G. S'wenson to John
Wm. Erickson, 8 a. of west end of
lot 2, sec. 30 000.00
Nov! 12.—Lizzie L. Wilson to 0. F.
Akeson, se}4se54. sec. 34.... 250.00
Nov. 13.—Swen G. Swenson to John
Wm. Erickson, sett nefc, sec. 31 900.00
Nov. 7.—Peder J. Ellingson to J. Aug.
Llndqnlst, swK se!4, e'/» sw!i, sec. 33 2800.00
VILLAGE OF RAYMOND.
Nov. 13.—Olara M. Leightou to Harry
Hoogeveen, lots 1,2,3 and 4, blk. 2.. 245.00
VILLAGE OF WILLMAR.
Nov.'S.—St. P., M. & H. Ry. Co. to
Ole Birkeland. lots to 10, blk. 4... 100.00
Nov. 8.—O. Hennlngs to A..E. Abra
hamson, 90x151 ft. of lot 4, blk. 6.... 200.00
Nov. 10—Win. E. Roberts to Wlllard
aruer, lots 13 and 14, blk. 71 1000.00
Nov. 8.—Ole O. Gjerdet to Bertha Caroline
Lien. Married same day by Judge Nordin.
Nov. 8.—Charles Erickson to Anna Johnson.
Married same day by Judge Nordin.
Nov. 8.—Edward Watkins to Julia Herskind.
Nov. 9.—John Wallin to Esther Campbell.
Married same day by Judge Nordin.
Nov. 9.—John S. Sandln to Emma Olson.
Nov.. 12.—Gustaf Herman Knudson to Anna
Willmar Market Report
[Corrected every Tuesda afternoon
by A N O N S N E dealer in Flour
Feed, Frui and Vegetables
Wheat No. 1.... W.67
Wheat No. 2.... 66
Wheat No. 8.
Wheat No. 4.
Sheep....$3,00 to $3.50
A A A A A A A A, A A A A A A A A A A A A A
WALTER DE LAHUNTS
,," NEWS J'.'A
aJFJgSk WILLMAR, MINN.
-Magazines and Periodicals. Sta- %f
tionery and School Supplies,*^
Cigars, Tobacco, Choice' Oaody. *v** A
I A GUSTAPSON.
Al kinds of ^repairing done promptly. W a trucks and
sleds made to order, AH sizes of hardwood timber always on
hand. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Corner Third Street and Litchfield Avenue,
AT 1-2 PRICE.....
Willmar Sho Company'
a stock of new goods in men's boys', ladies',
is a children's shoes, slippers, wurm lirud shoes
overs and artics of all kinds.
Sharood & Crooks Pneumati Sole Shoe for Men
In Ladies' S Julia Marlowe at $ 3 0 0 and
$ 3 5 0 Delia ox at $ 1 7 5 Other shoes at
prices from 50c to $5 00.
I carry on the repair shop.
I repair free of charge all defective shoes bougnt of us.
THE NEW LIVERY.
Livery, Board and Sale Stable.
Ono block south of Postoffice. Telephone No. 49.
GEO. D. RECOR, Prop., Willmar, Minn.
Highest market price paid for feed staffs, batter and eggs.
also in stock. Fresh fruits in season.
I S O N
PHONE 84. 3rd St., between Pacific and Benson Aves.
PRAIRIE VIEW -STOCK FARM
PHIL. HALEY, PROP'R.
A Fall Line of Sttppl^es*
,,,'..- The kind that fflves good results^
d*& a I I
Special lines in Groceries
HORSES FOR SALE.
I have a number of brood mares and car
riage horses, well broken and in good condl
tion, for sale cheap,
All kinds of
QATTLE BOUGHT AND SOLD
Special attention to orders In oar lots.
A fine assortment of heavy
for service. Oan furnish pasture for mare
from a distance to be bred.
WILLMAR, I MINNESOTA.
Barn one mile south of Willmar.
LIVERY, FEED AN0 SALE STABLE,
NELS P. NELSON, PROP.,
New Locatlo* Beasoa A *. Oaa-Half Block Bast of Postoffice.
The best rigs furnished. Careful drivers. Prices reasonable
Good stabling. A Fine Hearse. Prompt attention to all calls.
$1.00 to $35.00