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Harnson, Dee. 2—Seeing that the
former correspondent from the vic
inity of West Harrison has dropped
out, this writer will try to publish
all the latest from this locality.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson came
out from Atwater last Saturday ana
will spend the winter at the home of
their son, George, here.
Leonard Harris went to Atwater
last Tuesday where he is employed
as night operator in the G. N. depot.
Roy Wilson hauled out the winter's
supply of coal for the school house
in Dist. No. 4 last week.
Harry Martin motored to Raymond
last Tuesday returning home Wed
B. M. Johnson visited school in
Dist. No. 4 last Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Home were
Wednesday evening callers at Geo.
A dance was gi\en at the Peter
Berglund home last Thursday even
ing. A large crowd assembled and
all report a good time.
Wayne Flanders and Andy Dow
dell were entertained by Edna and
Grace Berglund at their home last
Miss Alma Johnson returned home
last Sunday from a few days' visit
with relatives in Atwater.
Julius Miller was seen going in the
direction of New London last Satur
day evening. What's the attraction
Chas. Olson shipped a carload of
stock to South St. Paul last Monday.
J. D. Henderson and Tom Tait re
turned home last Saturday from a
hunting expedition in the northern
country. They report the game as
being seaice in that locality.
Miss Beig of Atwater was the
guest of Miss Ida Harris from Sat
urday until Monday.
Oriu Hultgren is at present em
ployed at Geo. Martin's.
Roseland, Dec. 2—Miss Tracy
Buikema spent a few days last week
with her lister, Mrs. J. Wieberdink
Number of the young folks from
here attended the Thanksgi\ing sup
per served by Ladies' Aid in the
Whitefield school house last Thurs
Mr Arnold Gieen returned to his
home in Silver Green last Friday. He
was accompanied by Henry Dragt,
who is intending to spend some tune
with his grandparents, Rev. and Mrs.
MiSb Flora Djkerna spent Saturday
and Sunday in Willmar.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hookstra and
childien \isited at the home of Mr.
and Mrb. C. Kohrs last Sunday eve
Mrs. N Djkenia and Miss Bertha
DeJager spent Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Dekker.
Mr. and Mrs, C. Kohis visited with
Mr. and Mr^ N. Dovvma last Thurs
Wonder whether any of the bovs
got cold feet laving on the plowed
ground "All bells* are not wedding
NEW LONDON, ROUTE 3.
New London, Dec. 2—There will be
services at the Swedish Lutheran
church next Sunday at 11 o'clock and
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs John Larson and Mr.
and Mrs. Alf. Larson from Murdock
spent Thanksgiving day at New Lon
don and also partook in the dinner at
Swedish Lutheran church.
Miss Edith Olander spent Thanks
giving time at Minneapolis visiting
her brother, Adolph, who is attend
ing the Minnesota College.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bergeson and
family of Willmar visited at New
London Thanksgiving day.
The program in district No. 8 was
a suceess. A large crowd attended
and a good time was reported by all.
Mrs. Louis Myhre returned to her
home in West Lake Monday evening
and was accompanied by her sister,
Mr. Ezekiel Soderlund went toMin
neapolis last Wednesday for a visit
with friends and relatives.
The Thanksgiving dinner at Swed
ish Lutheran church was well at
tended and the sum of $57 was tak
Mr John Bergeson visited at Will
mar over Sunday.
Dentist antor will be at New
London Tuesday afternoon and Wed
nesday forenoon, Dec. 10 and II
DUPLICATE RECEIPT BOOKS
with Willmar date line, 4 on page,
with pencil carbon, 200 receipts, 50
cents 500 receipts, $1.00. TRIB
UNE PRINTING CO.
Real Estate Transfers.
Town of Roseland.
Nov. 29—Ernest Freed, single to
John Anderson, ne%, sec. 2, 160.85
Town of Lake Elizabeth.
Nov. 26—Edward £. Johnson and
wife to Henry R. Broman, sw% of
ney,. see. 14, 40 a., $1500.00.
Town of Kandiyohi.
Nov. 29—Ernest O. R. Johnson and
wife to Joseph T. Isaacson, und. 1-3
of nw%, sec. 3, 160 a, $3066.60.
Nov. 29—Joseph T. Isaacson and
wife to Albert W. Isaacson, nw%,
sec. 24 and sw% of sw%, sec. 13,
200 a., $15,920.00.
Nov. 29—Albert W. Isaacson and
wife to Ernest O. R. Johnson, ne%
sec. 26, 160 a., $13,150.00.
Town of Green Lake.
Nov. 25—M. O. Thorpe and wife
to William S. Hallberg, se%, see. 34,
160 a., $7200.
Town of Dovre.
Nov. 30—Nels N. Feleen and wife
to Nels 0. Roan, part of lot 1 and
part of se& of ne&,18.24 a., $4000.
Town of Mamre.
Nov. 30—Nels Olson and wife to
Birger Akeson, ny2 of ne^4, sec. 24,
80 a., $4000.
Town of New London.
Nov. 26—Probate Court to Wm. P.
Olson et al., w}£ of nw^4 of nw%
exc. acre, ne^4 of nwVi of nw%,
sec 27, 29.50 a.
Nov. 26—Salomon Salomonson and
wife to Julius Martmson, lot 7 of
nw% of ne%, sec. 33, $186.
Town of Arctander.
Nov. 25—Probate Court to Betsey
Peterson et al., w^4 of sw*4, sec.
30, 80 a.
Town of Roseville.
Nov. 29—Edward S. Smithson to
Lewis T. Caldwell, all of seVi south
of railroad, sec. 22, 37.50 a., $762.50.
Nov. 30—Christian F. Wendlandt
and wife to Aaron O. Wendlandt, w1/^
of sw%, sw*4 of nw*4, s1^ of seVt
of nwy4, sec. 1, 140 a., $7000.
Nov. 30—Probate Court to Will
iam Howell et al., und. ^2 of e1/^ of
se^4 afld of nw% of se^4, sec. 10,
Village of Pennock.
Nov. 30—Jorgen Frederickson and
wife to Anna J. Elhngson, lots 9 and
10. bl. 2, $1500.
Nov. 30—Lars Uhrus and wife to
Christ Christensen, a triangular piece
in northwest corner of ne% of nw
^4, sec. 3, unplatted parts, $1450.
Village of Raymond.
Nov. 30—Candace L. Clough and
husband to Harrv N. Ashley, lot 2,
bl. 4, Leighton's 1st., $1.00.
Nov. 30—Harry N. Ashley and
wife to R. F. Clough, lot 2, bl. 4,
Leighton's 1st., $1.00.
Village of Spicer.
Nov. 26—Probate Court to Wm. P.
Olson et al., lots 1 and 2, bl. 27.
Nov. 26—Wm. P. Olson et al. to
Hannah Anderson, lots 1 and 2, bl.
City of Willmar.
Nov. 27—Anderson Land Co. to
Andrew O. Nordstrom, east 50 feet
of lots 12, 13 and 14, bl. 81, $2200.
Nov. 27—J. Emil Nelson, single to
Willmar Machine Foundry Co., lots
3 and 4, bl. 2, Paulson & Sunde's
^ub. div., $1.00.
Nov. 30—Lma Larson and hus
band to T. D. Lovenng, lots 1 and 2,
bl. 3, 4th add'n., $1.00.
Civil Service Examinations.
The United States Civil Service
Commission, announces an examina
tion at Willmar, Minnesota, on Feb
luary 1st, 1913, to secure elegibles
from which to make certification to
fill vacancies in First Grade, or cler
ical positions Customs Service as
they may occur.
This examination is open to all
citizens of the United States, who
comply with the requirements and
who are between the ages of 18 and
Applications may be had by apply
ing to Arvid I. Carlson, Sec'y. of Civ
il Service Board, Willmar, Minn.
Welcome News for Willmar People.
Willmar people who have stomach
and bowel trouble will be glad to hear
that the mixture of simple buck
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as
Adler-i-ka, can be obtained at Carl
son Bros.' It has been found that
JUST A SINGLE DOSE of Adler-i
ka usually relieves sour stomach, gas
on the stomach and constipation
QUICKLY because this simple new
mixture drains'off such a surprising
amount of old foul matter from the
Was Elected Auditor.
Friends in this county will rejoice
to learn that Editor H. S. Rearick,
of Cooperstown Sentinel, Coopers
town, No. Dak., was elected auditor
of Griffsrs county by a handsome ma
jority, defeating the republican in
cumbent. Mr. Rearick stands high
among the newspaper men of North
Mrs. Curry and little son of Min
neapolis spent yesterday visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bredberg
and sister, Mrs. Oscar Larson.
Irving, Dec. 2—Ole Emerson called
on Ed. Johnson of Union Grove la*t
Jettie Luckason, teacher in Dist.
92, enjoyed a vacation from her
school duties from Wednesday until
the last of the week.
Pete and Jens Gronli left last weak
for their old home in Moe, Norwav
where they will spend the winter.
They will return to this country nest
Quite a few of the neighbors took
Thanksgiving dinner with the H. O.
Hanson family Thursday.
The Covenant society met at Mar
tin Hanson's on Saturday evening.
A good program was rendered and
refreshments were served.
H. A. C. Hanson entertained com
pany to dinner on Thanksgiving day.
Tina Johnson and Ed. Powers were
married Saturday evening.
The Ladies' Aid of the Nordlana
church met with Mrs. Peter Sundu
Erick Olson has installed five ga«»
lights in his residence.
Miss Emma Olson returned from
Ft. Ransom, N. Dak., last Tuesday.
One of the leadmg social events
this community was the wedding of
Miss Gma Marie Everson and Frei
W. Anderson, which occurred rn
Wednesday last at the Nordland
church, Rev. E. M. Hanson officiat
ing. After the ceremony a vveddiug
diner was served at the bride's home
to about eighty guests. The bride was
attired in white sdk and wore a veil
and a wreath. She was attended by
her sister Emma, Miss Clara Ander
son acting as bridesmaid. The
groomsmen were Adolph Anderson, a
brother of the groom, and Elmer
Hogenson. The young couple were
the recipients of many handsome
presents. In the evening some of the
boys favored them with some select
music in the form of a charivari. Af
ter being treated to coffee, cake and
cigars they departed, leaving some
very useful presents. Mr. and Mrs.
Anderson are making' their home at
Lrving, where Mr. Anderson is em
ployed as buttermaker. The newly
weds are both well and favorably
known in this community where they
have grown to manhood and womau
hood and have a host of friends who
will wish them a long and happy
Miss Helen Edgren spent Thanks
giving at her home in Oak Park. She
returned to Lounston on Sunday to
resume her school duties there.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wicklund
spent Sunday at Claus Johnson's in
Harry and Victor Holm of New
London visited with their parents
during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Miss Mae Broman is dressmaking
for Mrs. Chas. Alban this week.
Reynold Peterson of Kandiyohi
visited at his grandfather's place, E.
Johnson's, last Thursday and Fndaj.
Meetings are being held at the Oak
Park M. E. church this week. Ser
vices every day at 11 o'clock a. m.
and 1:30 p. m. The meetings will
contmue over Sunday. Visiting min
isters will conduct the services. The
social for this month will be given
the Lawrence Wicklund home, Fri
day afternoon and evening, Dec. u\
All are welcome.
Tripolis, Dec. 2—Communion ser
vices will be conducted Sunday, De
cember 8, at 11 a. m. Sunday school
Friday evening, December 6th the
Y. P. S. will have their regular meet
ing at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mattson
spent Thanksgiving day with the tat
ter's brother in Litchfield.
Miss Amy Redig spent her Thanks
giving vacation at her home here.
Mr. Edwin Knock of Cokato vis
ited at Rev. Walters from Wednesday
evening until Monday.
Rev. Walters and family and Mr.
Knock were entertained at the Eden
wood farm at Spieer last Friday.
Miss Esther V. Peterson came
home from Grove City last Wednes
dav evening and spent her Thanks
giving vacation here.
Miss Emma Peterson came out
from Willmar last Wednesday and
spent Thanksgiving day.
Fahlun, Dec. 2—Miss Myrtle John
son returned to Minneapolis last
Sunday after havin spent Thanks
giving at her home.
The C. A. Broman young people
were entertained at Henry Isaacson's
of Kandiyohi last Sunday evening.
Miss Gladys Bengtson of White
field visited with her sister, Mrs. Ar
thur Klint over Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kleberg spent
Sunday at the Frank Nelson home.
A baby bov was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Dahline's last Saturday.
Miss Edna Croonquist returned to
Atwater last Monday after visitijg
at her parental home here for a few
Ruth Harrison spent Sunday at her
home here. She returned to Willmar
last Sunday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nelson of
Willmar and~C. J. Swenson's were en
teitained for supper Thanksgiving
day at the Carl Adolphson home.
Andrew Harrison's of Traverse,
enroute to Tennessee, stopped off
here for a visit Thanksgiving day .it
C. A. Harrison's.
Central Lodge No. 63 K. of P.
On its annual meeting, Monday ev
ening, December 2nd, Central Lodge
No. 83, Knights of Pythias, elected
the following officers for the coming
J. F. Branton, C. C.
Frank Heald, V. C.
E. C. Welhn, M. of W.
J. J. Ekander, K. of R. & S.
C. E. Gerretson, Prelate.
P. J. Haley, M. A.
Oscar Larson, I. G.
T. A. Tierney, O. G.
The installation of these officers
will take place on the first 'Monday
in Januarv, when the Grand Lodge
officers are expected to be present.
All visiting Knights are requested to
Miss Florence Magnuson returned
home Wednesday from Moorhead,
where she spent Thanksgiving vaca
tion with her friend, Miss Alice Mc
Hides, Furs, Pelts, Eto.
Mink $8.00 Red Fox $8.00 Prairie Wolf
$5 00 Raccoon $4.00 Black Skunk $5.00
Narrow Stripe Skunk $3.00 Weasel
$1 25 Muskrat No. 1 Large Winter 65c.
The above prices are for large and prime
medium, small and No. 2 in proportion.
AH other furs equally high
Green and Omn Salted Cow Sides
13 to l*Ke per lb.
Horse Hides No 1 large $3.86, medium
and small in proportion.
•hip te Us. Qalek Return*
Trappers Supplies at Kowast O
Price Xdst and Catalor
N. W HIDE A FUR CO.
Est. 1890 mmTBAPOUS,
As I have rented my farm, the
SW%, Section 31, Township 117,
Range 33, Kandiyohi county situat
ed 9 miles north of Bird Island and 5
miles southwest of Thorpe, known as
the Gustaf Olson farm, I will sell at
public auction on the same place on
Tuesday, December 10, 1912
the following described property:
One black mare, 10 years old, wt.
about 1,200 one black mare, 5 years
old, wt. about 1,000 one bay mare,
10 years old, wt. about 1,200 one
gray mare, 10 years old, wt. about
1,300 one gray mare, 15 years old,
wt about 1,000 one gray mare, 16
years old, wt. about 1,100 one roan
horse, 3 years old, wt. about 1,100
one gray horse, 12 years old, wt.
about 1,300 one sorrel colt, 2 years
old one roan colt, 1 years old one
bay mare colt, 4 months old one roan
horse colt, 4 months old three cows,
all milking one 1-year-old heifer
two spring calves four brood sows,
with sucking pigs two hogs one
Deere gang plow, new one sulky
plow, new one disc harrow, new one
20-disc drill one 10-foot McCormick
push binder, new three lumber wag
ons two sets bob sleighs one dou
ble buggy one hay rake two hay
racks one mower one-half share in
Superior fanning mill one hay stack
er and bucker, new four pair work'
ing harnesses eight collars four
pair flynets 400 bushels oats about
12 acres of standing corn some hay
one platform scale one corn culti
vator, new one 4-horse drag some
chickens two dozen grain sacks
other articles too numerous to men
Sale begins at 10 o'clock.
Free Lunch Will Be Served at Noon
Terms: All sums of $5.00 or un
der, cash above that amount time
will be given until November 1, 1913,
on bankable notes bearing 8 ner cent
interest. All property purchased
That's what you atbvay* get when you do your Christma shopping early. By shopping
early, too, y-u are merciful to Jte^tMStirfe' **ihmMP
Closin Ou Sale
a and Cu Glass!
You will also find a well selected stock
suitable for Christmas Gifts in Parisian
Ivory, Leather Manicure and Traveling
Cases, Toilet Cases, Fancy Stationery,
Electric Portables, Pottery, Thermos
and Icy-Hot Bottles and Lunch Sets,
Foreign and Domestic Perfumes and
A. E. MOSSBERG
must be settled for on day of sale.
GrSLE OLSON, Owner.
Brugerman & Kenning, Auctioneers.
F. G. Handy, Clerk. 2w
Having decided to quit farming I
will sell at public auction on the old
Pat. Lawler farm Town of Green
Lake, 3 miles northwest of Kandi
yohi station, on
Thursday, December 19, 1912
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the fol
lowing described property:
One horse, bay color, 7 years old
two horses, bav color, 3 years old
one horse, bay color, 8 vears old one
horse bay color, 10 years old one
horse, bay color, 13 years old one
horse, roan color, 14 years old one
mare, bay, with foal, 13 years old
one 2-year old road colt two yearling
mares, 1 black and 1 sorrel one
yearling horse, bay color one Perch
eron stallion, bay color, 6 years old
one McCormick binder, 7-ft. cut one
Deering binder, 8-ft. cut, nearly new,
one mower, McCormick one Minne
sota mower, nearly new one Deer
ing hay rake one Kentucky drill,
nearly new one Van Brunt seeder
one 14-inch Deere gang one 12-inch
Deere gang one J. I. Case sulky one
16-inch walking plow one Deere
disc one Deere corn planter, 80 rods
wire one Deere corn cultivator one
Fuller & Johnson corn cultivator
two set of drags, one 3 section and
one 5 section one pair of bob
sleighs one International motor hay
bailer one feed grinder one circular
saw two hay racks one cattle rack
two wagons one road cart one au
tomatic cream separator, new one
set of buggy harness three set of
working harness one set of single
harness two sets of flynets one
Mandline incubator one fanning
mill one hay fork and carrier with
120 feet of rope, and other articles
too numerous to mention.
Free Lunch at Noon.
Terms: All sums of $5.00 or under
cash above that amount time will
be given until Nov. 4, 1913, on ap
proval of notes bearing 7 per cent in*
terest. No property to be removed
until settled for.
EMIL C. JOHNSON, Owner.
W. N. Davis, Auctioneer.
N. S. Swenson, Clerk.
I will sell at public auction on the
Joseph T. Isaacson place in Sec. 24,
Town of Kandiyohi, 3 miles southeast
of Kandiyohi station, on
Friday, December 13, 1912,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the fol
lowing described property:
One black horse, 4 years old, wt.
1500 lbs. one black horse, 13 years
old, wt. 1500 lbs. one bav horse, 3
years old, wt. 1300 lbs. one bay
horse, 10 years old, wt. 1300 one
gray horse, 10 years old, wt. 1300
lbs. one bay horse, 10 years old, wt.
1300 lbs. five milch cows, some fresh
and some coming in soon twenty
hogs, about 8 months old one Mc
Cormick self-binder, 7-ft. cut, with
truck, nearly new one Deering hay
rake one riding corn cultivator two
gang plows one pulverizer one new
lumber wagon, with springs and dou
ble box some harness one top bug
about 600 bushels corn in crib
twenty-five bushels timothy seed
twelve bushels seed corn about 400
bushels oats and other articles too
numerous to mention.
Free Lunch at Noon.
Terms: All sums of $5.00 or under
cash above that amount time will «,J
given until Nov. 1,1913, on approved
notes bearing 7 per cent interest. No
property to be removed until settled
ADOLPH LINDSTRAND, Owner.
W. N. Davis, Auctioneer.
N. S. Swenson, Clerk.
For good pastime and healthy ex
ercise try Weber's Bowling Alley.—
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Township and TUlaffa Maps.
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... .Township of Burbank.
... .Township of Colfax.
....Township of Dovre.
....Township of Edwards.
... .Township of East Lake T,«Ha»i.
....Township of Fahlun.
... .Township of Gennessee.
... .Township of Green Lake.
....Township of Harrison.
..-.Township of Holland.
... .Township of Irving.
... .Township of Kandiyohi.
Village of Kandiyohi.
... .Township of Lake Andrew.
... .Township of Lake Elizabeth.
... .Township of Lake Lillian.
....Township" of Mamre.
.....Township of New London.
... .Village of New London.
....Township of Norway Lake
... .Villages of Pennock and Priam.
... .Village of Raymond.
... .Township at Roseland.
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... .Village of Spicer and Green Lake
....Township of St. Johns.
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exhausted. No more township plats
like these can be secured after-the above
Check off what maps you want and
send clipping, with your remittance
and we will send them postpaid by re
Agriculture Is now and will for a
tons time remain the prindnal •ooze* -M
wealth to Brutes- %*5rH