A N S
F. A. ANDERSON, ANDREW LARSON
President. Vice President.
Organized Under tbe State Laws.
PATD UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS.... $25,000.00.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL'BANKING
COLLECTIONS RECEIVE PROMPT
STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON.
PETER BROBERG. Prasident.
M. JORGENSON vice President.
JOS O. ESTEEM, Cashier
Organized Under the State Laws.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter
est Collections receive Careful
T1KUETS TO AND* FROM EUROPE
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA.
THE KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK.
E RIOE, President
Organized under the State Laws.
PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
\1U:SEY LOANED ON BEAK ESTATE
Collections Receive Prompt and Oarefnl
ink Corner of Fifth Street and Pacific
F. HANDY. Cashier
BANK OF WILLMAR,
ORGANIZED UNDER THE STATE LAWS
CAPITAL AND UNDIVIDED
DOES A GENERAL BANKING
CAREFU ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS
Drafts on all principal cities of
the world and steamship tickets
to and from Europe.
FARM LOANS AT 6 PER CENT INTEREST
JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES:
per pound (}C
Spinning Single Yarn, p
per pound I £C
Stocking Yarn, rys
2 or 3 ply, per pound £OC
Highest market price paid for
WOOL in exchange for goods.
Send for samples and prices
also letters from our customers.
For further information call on
or write to
Litchfield Woolen Mills,
HENRY KLAUSER. PROP.
EKLUND BROS.. Proprietors.
Located on Benson Avenue, west
Warm Mealsand Lunches
Served at all hours Give us a call.
Anvone sending a sketch and dmarlptton may
alcklv Ascertain trar opinion free whether an
tyontfion is probablr naUnUbje Ooniniunlca
lions strictly oonBdentla Handboo ot Patent
sent free. Oldest
eolation of an* Mdentlfl^ toarnaX
yew four months, Soldby an newadealen.
We have made arrange
ments with a St. Paul com
pany—the largest enameling
firm in the state—so that, bv
our sending in 25 frames at
one time, we are enabled to
make you a price of
We will ship about the 20th
or maybe before, as we al
ready have the greater part
of the necessary orders. If
you want to be in this, come
in and see us at once, or
Don't forget us on your
spring cleaning and repairing.
J. H. WIGGINS COMPANY.
Spot Cash—One Price to AJ1.
Baled hay for sale at the Glarum
J. S Robbins spent the first of the
v\eek in tbe cities.
Window glass, al1 sizes, at Carloon
Bros. & Frost's.
J. A. Hedin is serving as a U. S.
juror at Minneapolis.
D. N. Tallman made a buoinets trip
down the line Monday.
Next Friday is the Irishman's holi
day—St. Patrick's day.
V. E. Segerstrom made a business
trip this week to Watson.
Jonas D. Lonn, the venerable old
gentleman, is dangerously ill.
P. C. Johnson, of Glenwood, called
on Willmar friends this week
The family of Win. Larson, of Lake
Andrew, is down with sickness.
V. E. Segerstrom makes farm
loans at 6 per cent. 4tf
J. M. Miller, of Burbank, was a
visitor at Willmar last week.
The Bijou Players at Willmar opera
house March 20lh, 21st and 22nd.
Geo Martin of the 15th Minnesota,
has returned to Camp McKenzie.
Miss Blanche McLaughlin left yes
terday for a brief visit in the cities.
Martin Otterness of the Willmar
Shoe Co left for the cities yesterday.
6 per cent Money at Bank of
Willmar on Farm security. 2tf
Miss Valborg Anderson, of Atwater,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
If you want a careful examination
of your eyes, go to
W. V. Olson, the genial Geunessee
pedagogue, was a caller in town
A marriage license was issued to
Mr. Nils Parson and Miss Lena Nel
son Mar. 8th.
Mrs. G. Robbins and daughter
left yesterday for a visit with Minne
Fine residence and 4 acres of land
near High school for rent. Inquire
of Olney & Frye.
Mrs. Ahlstrom and daughter, Miss
Lottie, returned home Thursday from
a visit at Spicer.
We guarantee satisfaction in fitting
glasses. Call on us if you have weak
Grave fears are entertained for the
recovery of Mrs. Olof Olson, who at
this writing is very low.
Engelbert ElMrora, the genial clerk
at V. E. Segerstrom's, spent Sunday
with his brother at Kerkhoven.
For choice candies call on Maloney
& Co. Fresh eoods always in stock.
Try some of their delicious creams.
J. J. Hurley, express agent on the
St. Cloud line, enjoved a visit last
week from a cousin, of Kandiyohi.
Rem ember that Fred W. Segerstrom
sella high grade pianos and organs
cheaper than anyone else. 51 tf
Peter Ekblad, from Ringo Lake,
was in town la«t Thursday seeking
medical advice. His family is down
with the measles.
Senator Grue made a living trip to
his borne Wednesday morning in re
sponse to a message. He returned to
St. Paul on the noon train.
We are requested to announce that
Rev. Gvnild will conduct services at
the Free Lutheran church next Sun
day morning at 10:30 o'clock.
Thursday:—Balmy zephyrs lisped of
Friday:—Wintry blasts more snow did
Don't send to strangers for pianos
organs or sewing machines when you
can buy cheaper, and get better goods
from Fred. W. Segerstrom. 51-tf
Yesterday's passenger train from
the East was an hour late, owing to
the snow blockade which has been ex
perienced at the eastern terminal*
Arthur Harris spent Sunday at his
home in Raymond.
The H. TIalvorson sale in town of
Fahlun takes place next Monday.
Mrs. Sophia L. Rice returned Wed
nesday, from her southern trip.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
John Dale died yesterday afternoon.
The Olson funeral at New London
takes place this afternoon at two
A temperance meeting will be held
at the Free Lutheran church Thursday
6 per cent money on farms.
4tf V. E. SEGERSTROM.
Rev. Mr. Blomgren, of the Swedish
Baptist church, preached at Mamre,
A. F. Hanscom returned Saturday
from Maine, where he was called by
the illness of his father.
High class entertainments by the
Bijou Players next Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings.
The Trainmen are pushing the sale
of tickets for their second annual ball
to be given on the evening of April
August Embertson, accompanied by
his sister, Miss Jennie, of Willmar,
passed bunday with friends in Glen
Martin Miller, of Harrison, made
our sanctum a pleasant visit Thurs
day He will hereafter be an inter
ested reader of the
A E. Larson, who lives on Sec. 35,
W. Lake Lillian, will sell his horses,
stock and farm machinery at public
auction, next Friday beginning at 10
A. C. Rasmusson was down from
Glenwood last week calling on his old
Willmar friends. Mr. Rasmusson i9
engaged in the tailoring business at
Frank Lisecki and Stephen Tierney,
two good citizens of Kandiyohi, came
in and enrolled themselves in the
great family of readers of the TRI
Taken this month—keeps you well
all summer. Drives away impure
blood. The greatest spring tonic ever
offered. Rocky Mountain Tea. A. E.
WANTED—Local and traveling
salesmen to sell our high grade Lubri
cating Oils, Greases and Specialties.
Liberal inducements to right party.
5-1 TH E GLEN REFINING CO.
It warms the heart like sunshine,
cheers the soul like old wine, gives
hope for the future, blots out the past.
That's whit Rocky Mountain Tea
does. A. E. Mossberg, druggist.
The temperance meeting at the Swed
ish Lutheran church last Thursday
evening was well attended. Addresses
were made by Revs. Nelson and Gy
nild. Hon. L. O, Thorpe also made
Are you thin? Would you like to
get fat and plump? Tried "laughing,"
'twouldn't work now take Rocky
Mountain Tea—'twill do the business.
35 cents. A. E. Mossberg, druggist.
Miss Mary Johnson, of the Grand
Recorder's office, visited with her
folks at Raymond over Sunday. She
was obliged to leave again for her
home yesterday, owing to the severe
illness of her mother.
We acknowledge receipt of a copy
of a special edition of the World Her
ald of Fairhaven, Wash., through the
courtesy of Rev. O. Hagoes. It shows
up to advantage the resources and
great prospects of that promising city
on the Puget Sound.
In addition to the various special
ties introduced by the "Bijou Play
ers," will be several of the latest
vocal gems:''College Chums." "She
was Bred in Old Kentucky," "Tell
Her I Am a Soldier and not Afraid to
Die," "I Want to See Uncle Sam,"
also many of the rag-time coon songs,
including "My Phillipino Babe" and
"Rebecca Left Home with a Coon."
The editor of the
to express bis thanks to his friends
for the kindly interest expressed by BO
many since his return from the west.
He has been closely confined to the
office by pressing work since his ar
rival, but hopes before long to make
his usual rounds. It is pleasant to
be home again, and the hearty wel
come we have received from so many
of our citizens greatly enhances the
The advertisement for a lost copy
for our files, which we published in
our last issue, met with a number of
responses, and we were favored with
of the missing num-
ber. Mr. Andrew Thyden, of Will
mar, was the first one to respond, and
consequently was credited with an
other year's subscription. We
gleaned from those who sent in copies
had been more care-
fully preserved than the average coun
try newspaper. We are glad to Bee
our subscribers so appreciative, and
from this incident also glean for our
selves the fact that it always pays to
'i i1 in
MAJOD.OENeRAL SCHUYLER HAMILTON.
Major-General Schuyler Hamilton
gives his unqualified endorsement to
Dr. Humphreys' Specific "77."- for
Grip. All druggists, 25 cent*. -,
O W ELECTIONS:
Results of Some of Yestet
The Witlmar town election yester
day resulted in a i«ir*»pP vote than
has been polled for some time at a
town election. The total vote cast
was about 350. There was quite a
lively contest between some of the
candidates, but in the summing up of
votes it was found that the regular
caucus nominees had carried the day.
In regard to Mr. O. P. Rice, we under
stand that bib name had been placed
on the ticket by his friends, contrary
to his wishes. The result of the vote
was as follows:
A. O. Qvale, Chairman 219
Mattias Olson 221
A. O. Hilldahl 195
M. C. Tollefson 155
Andrew Rasmusson 125
Samuel Osmnndson 348
L. O. Thorpe 347
G. C. Haines 126
Swan Edlund 222
George H. Otterness 348
J. L. Hanscom 188
Martin Peterson 162
T. K. Stalland ... 347
Atwater, Mar. 14—License earned
at the village election today by a vote
of 75 to 41.
New London, Mar. 14—The election
for the Township of New London to
day resulted as follows: Supervisors,
N.B.Johnson, chairman, Henry Lind
gren and H. W. Barber clerk, Eben
E. Lawson treasurer, Swenson
assessor, L. Eckman: justice, H. Olan
der constable, Alf. Borgerson.
In the village Nels Quam was elec
ted president A. A, Sperry, J. M.
Monson and Arne Larson, trustees
and Lewis Eckman recorder. License
was not an issue, the town remaining
Pennock. Mar. 14—The results of
to day's election in town of St. Johns
are as follows: Supervisors, R. C.
Rasmuson, chairman, Helmer Martin
son and Julius A. Olson clerk, P. W.
Strand treasurer, E G. Berglund
assessor, E. G. Freeman justice, P.
W. Strand: constable, N. E. Green
Svea, Mar. 14—Town of Whitefield
to day elected the following officers
for the ensuing year: Supervisors,
H. P. Eddy, chairman, E. Falk and
P. O. Nelson clerk, A. O. Nelson:
treasurer. H. G. Rud assessor, P. N.
Olson justice, Sam Nelson.
Spicer, Mar. 14—The following of
ficers were elected in town of Green
Lake to day Supervisors, G. V. Lar
son, chairman, John Carlin and Nels
Olson clerk, D. Hagenstein treasurer,
Jacob Kloster assessor, Wm. Olson
justice, O. T. Olson.
Kandiyohi, Mar. 14—At today's
annual town election Kandiyohi elect
ed the following officers: Supervisors,
Wm. Cook, chairman, A. O. Gran
gaard and N. O. Johnson clerk, John
Lundquist treasurer John S. Peterson
assessor, John Noid justice, J. A.
Peterson constables, P. Anderson and
Kerkhoven, Mar. 14—The following
village officers were elected to day:
President, L. Nyquist trustees, T. G.
Berge, J. H. Gordhamer and Swan
Mattson recorder, J. F. Millard
treasurer, J. E. Pulver assessor, H.
C. Odney justice, O. J. Veline.
Kerkhoven, Mar. 14—Town of Pills
bury, Swift Co., today elected the fol
lowing officers: Supervisors, Joseph
Holmgren, chairman, Hugh Kennedy
and T. Dahlsten clerk, Biddle
treasurer, John Finstrom assessor,
"The Bijou Players," a most worthy
aggregation of comedians, has been
secured to appear at the Opera house
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
March 20th, 21st and 22nd. They
come exceptionally well recommended
by the press of adjacent cities, the ex
changes speaking of them in the high
est manner. They present a series of
bright sparkling comedies which are
said to delight the most fastidious.
Each play being presented is written
by, a noted author and secured by a
special arrangement, mounted in a
sumptuous manner with Special elabo
rate scenery and mechanical effects,
the stage lighting apparatus being
carried complete. The players are
selected by Mr. Rutledge from the up*
per ranks of the dramatic profession,
he believing in the policy "Good
goods* tbe best advertising medium."
During each entertainment numerous
refined specialties will be introduced
by various members of the company.
To Care a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab*
lets. All druggists refund money if
it faUstocure. 25c. The genuine haB
Lv B- Q. on each tablet.
have been making their home in Wil
mar, have the profound sympathy of
the community in their sad affliction.
Messrs. Nels Quam, of New London,
John G. Flann, of Lake Lillian, John
Tait, Jr., of Harrison, Erick Holt,
Gudmund Karwand and V. E. Law
son, of Willmar, members of the Peo
ple's county committee, met at the
court house Monday afternoon to con
sider the matter of endorsing applica
tions for appointments. Senator
Grue, Co. Attorney Frye and Patrick
Lawler (the latter as representing the
democratic organization) were given
votes at the meeting. Sixteen appli
cations were on file and were acted
upon. This kind of a meeting is ra
ther an innov ation, but it does away
with bossism within the party and
gives every deserving applicant an
The Senior class of the High school
held a second mock trial in the assem
bly room Monday evening The case
was one of murder, and John F. Carl
son acted out the pait of the accused,
while Geo. Haines filled the pait of
the victim. The court personnel was
made up as follow-. Judge, Ralph
Stanford Clerk of Court, Miss Flor
ence Porter: county attorneys, Archie
Larson and Eddie Lewis: at orneys
for defendant, George Williams and
Arne Nelson shoriIf. Arthur Harris.
The jurv was composed of other mem
bers of the class and a number from
among the Junior* The ti lal resulted
in an acquittal for the defendant
These mock trials are conducted for
the purpose of giving the pupils prac
tice by which they may learn ol the
proceedings as carried out in a tegu
Prof. Hilleboe went to Minneapolis
Saturday, returning Monday.
Susie Larson was called home
Thursday, her grandmother being ser
iously ill. She will come back at the
beginning of next term.
Jennie Embertson spent Sunday and
Monday at her home near Eagle Lake.
Helmer Halvorson, who was sicA
last week, is now able to resume his
Inger Hilleboe visited at the Semin
ary Saturday afternoon. She has
been teaching two miles west of Will
mar and is now enjoying a week's va
Rev. O. Estrem gave a sermon in
the chapel Sunday evening.
Sophia Brevig visited at O A.
Jacobson's place last week.
The students had a social gathei ing
iu the business room Saturday even
Percy Paulson went home last
Thursday, his father being seriously
As Prof. Hilleboe was absent Satur
day afternoon C. C. Quale took charge
of the class in elocution.
Emil Cook, who has been ill for ov
er a week, is said to be improving.
Two horses, one set of working har
ness, two wagons and one pair of bob
5tf MARTIN SORENSON.
I ublishcd l«*t and 15tli of e^ery month
24 pages each issue.
50 CENTS PER YEAR.
The Willmar friends of J. I. Far as
worth will grieved to learn of his
death from consumption, which' oc
curred at Wanpeton last week. The
funeral was held last Sunday De
ceased was a former railroad employe
but failing in health was obliged to
give up railroad work. Deceased
leaves a wife and two children. The The same that has been sold to
surviving members of the family, who you in this county for the past
have been makmsr their home in Will.
Read by a greater number of North
western farmers than any other agri
cultural paper published.
Are You among the Num
ber? If not, Why not?
EVERY DEPARTMENT IN THE
HANDS OF A SPECIALIST.
SWINE DEPARTMENT—Tbeo. Louis, the
greatest authority in the U. S.
POULTRY DEPARTMENT—W. H. Biddle.
HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT—J. S.Har
ris, the veteran horticulturist.
APIARY DEPARTMENT—JOB. H.Boltoa.
All other departments equally well cared for.
Prof. T. L. Haecker, Prof. Thos. Shaw,
Prof. S. B. Green, Prof. Otto logger,
Prof. Harry Snyder, Prof* W. M.
llays,^ Walter I* Brower, Mary B.
Keech, Seth H. Kenney and many
Short Talks Department. A department
where all kinds of questions are an*
«*wcred for the benefit of subscribers,
i. a leading feature of the paper. More
questions answered in the course of a
ear than by any three agricultural
)yrnals in the country.
Veterinary Department. la in charge of
«•. 8. D. Brimhall, and all questions
rtaining to diseased and injured an
vils arc answered for subscribers.
Ko Northwestern farmers 1 J, of
.pers is complete without
.ARM. STOCK ANt KCtfC
How to get the Original, Gen
Or, Ward's Vegetable
seventee^ yearsJ by DeCamp,*.^
Pickle and others on its own
merits and has always stood the
Call at the house in block south
of Post Office, where A. H. Pike,
the General Ager* for this coun
ty, lives. Or when buying from
the medicine wagon that will call
on you twice each year, see that
the trade mark Dr. Ward's is
blown in the bottle that it is
made in Winona by the J. R.
Watkins Medical Company, and
you will never be disappointed
with what you buy, whether Lin
iment, Barb Wire Embrocation,
Petro-Carbo Salve, Stick Salve,
Condition Powders, Gen De Can
dra for the Blood, Oriental Nerve
Tonic, Carminative Cough Syr
up, Headache Tablets, Pills, Root
and Herb Tea, Extracts, or Spic
Specifies act directly upon the disease,
without exciting disorder in other parts
of the system. They Cure the Sick.
KO. CORES. PBICI8*
1—Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. .33
58—Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.. .35
3—Teething, CoUc,Crying,Wakefulness .38
4—Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 3 5
7—Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis .25
8—Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache. .35
9—Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo .35
ftl—Suppressed or Painful Periods .. .35
12—Whites. Too Profuse Periods .. .35
13—Croup, Laryngitis, Hoarseness 3 5
14—Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,Eruptions.. .35
15—Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains 25
16—Malaria, Chills, Fever and Ague 35
19—Catarrh. Influenza, Cold in the Head .35
27-Kldney Diseases .35
28-Nervous Debility 1.00
30—Urinary Weakness, Wetting Bed. .35
77—Grip, Hay Fever .35
Dr. Humphreys' Manual of all Diseases at your
Druggists or Mailed Free.
Sold by druggists, or sent on receipt of price.
Humphreys' Med. Co., Cor. William & JohnSts.,
lied States Map.
J. copy of our handsome map, 48x38
J"*-^^*" inches, printed in four colors and
5T »f i4Si mounted on a roller, will be sent to
«y\3?H an address on receipt of 15 cents
in ci m, postal or express money order We cannot
well uscpostage stamps GEO LYMAN, Gen
eral t'assen^er Agent 13 & N. R. R., St. Paul,
ADDRESS: PENJVOCK, MINN.
Am prepared now to take
charge of sales, and will guar
House and Lots for Sale.
Two lots with house, summer kitch
en, woodshed and barn, on 1st street,
two blocks east of High school. Lots
are nicely graded and fruit-trees are
planted Easy terms.
4-tf C. B. SWENSON.
Is hereby given that the law regard
ing the sale of narcotics, especially
that of tobacco in its various forms,
will be strictly enforced. Dealers are
earnestly requested to co-operate in
securing the enforcement of the law.
COMMITTEE ON NARCOTICS.
Active canvassers wanted for a
superb line of subscription books. A
money making opportunity without
risk. Outfit free.
A. E. ANDERSON, Gen. Ag,t.
4-6p Kandiyohi, Minn.
Land for Sale.
The Wi of tbe SE *. Sec. 12, town
of St. JohnB. Address Mrs. Martha
B. Hanson, box 229. Willmar, Minn.
Willmar* Minn., Mar. 13, 1899.
Conlin, E. P.
Hansen, Mr. H. (Foreign)
Olson, 6. M.
Peterson, Miss Mabel
C. A. BIBCH, P.M
On Litchfield Avenue, a new end gate
for a wagon box. Owner can have
same by calling at this office and pay*
ing for thiB notice. 1-3
DON'T Be FOOLEOI
To protectthe public wfc
—rayjittatcd on every
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