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BANK OF ATWATER,
Ap^NDEBSOli,
ANDBEW LARSON
\\L** .* President. Vi«e President.
HENRY STENE,
Cashier.
Organized Under the State Laws.
PAID UP CAPITAL.........125000 00
UNDIVIDED
PR^Ts::::©ooo:oo:
TRANSACTS A GENERAL'BANKING
BUSINESS.
.... FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY....
COLLECTIONS RECEIVE PROMPT
ATTENTION
FIRE INSURANCE.
STEAMSHIPJTICKETS
FOREIGN DRAFTS.
ATWATER. MINNESOTA.
STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON.
PETER BROBERG. President.
M. JORGENSON. vice President.
JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier
Orgftnlsed Under the state Laws.
A I A $ 2 5 0 0 0 0 0
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 KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK.
AND. LARSON,
President.
K. E. RIOt£, President.
O. U. LIEN,
L. O. TnORPE,
Cashier.
Organized under the State Laws.
PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
$125,000.00
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS.
MONEY LOANED ON BEAK ESTATE.
Collections Receive Prompt and Carefnl
Attention.
Rank Corner of Fifth Street and Pacific
Avenue.
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA.
P.m HASDY, Cashier
Vice President.
BANK OF WILLMAR.
ORGANIZED UNDER THE STATE LAWS
CAPITAL AND UNDIVIDED
PROFITS, $100,000.
DOES A GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS.
CAREFUL ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS
Drafts on all principal cities of
the world and steamship tickets
to and from Europe.
FARM LOAN8 AT 6 PER CENT INTEREST
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA.
NOTICE!
THE
PRICES
OF
CUSTOM WORK.
JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES:
Roll Carding,
per pound O
Spinning Single Yarn, p
per pound I O
Stocking Yarn, O
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
RODLUND
&
JOHNSON,
or write to
Willmar,
Litchfield Woolen Mills,
LITCHFIELD, MINN.
HENRY KLAUSER. PROP
KLONDIKE
RESTAURANT.
EKLUND BROS.. Proprietors.
JX*- Located on Benson Avenue, west
fy'tf !', of Postofflce.
flWarm MealsandLunch.es
fflQfff Served at all hours. Give us a call.
CHARLES LINDBERG
ADDRESS: PEJVJVOCK, MINM.
Am prepared now to take
charge of sales, and will guar
antee satisfaction ,^SBgBgK&
i^ited States Maf
^4n&^prlfl*«d,ra four colors er,
r, vioanteo ob »-roller will be stnt
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well tKN&MPK* ttainpii, GEOrP. LYMAN,j
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LOCAL BREVITffiS. I
Read "The Beaver" ad.
See Miss Carlin's millinery ad.
No-license caucuses Saturday night.
L. A. Whitney, of Kandiyohi, was
in town Friday.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Leary Is quite ill.
The wife of Dr. Satterlee of Mur
dock died yesterday.
Dr. Twitcbell suffered with an attack
of the grippe last week.
Coffee social at the Y. M. C. A.
rooms Saturday evening.
Miss Carlin's spring millinery op
ening occurs next Tuesday.
Miss Eleanor Carrut.hers has taken
a position at Miss Carlin's.
G. A. Carlson, of Atwater, is now
employed on the Argus force.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Hed of this city yesterday.
G. C. Haines and family entertained
a relative from Morris last week.
FOUND—A dog-skin mitt, with red
lining. Owner call at this office.
Miss Florence R. Porter is up from
Minneapolis for a few days' visit.
Miss Mary Ahlstrom returned Sat
urday from a short visit in Spicer.
Miss Gabrielson returned to her
home at Lake Elizabeth Thursday.
Anyone wishing to buy land inquire
of Mrs. J. S. D„y, Raymond, Minn. t,f
6 per Gent money on farms.
4tf V. E. SEGERSTROM.
Olof Mattson, of Roseland, was
among the visitors at our office Satur
day.
Mesdames Mardin and Howard, of
Spicer, were Willmar visitors last
week.
careful examination
go to ANDERSON
If you want a
of your eyes,
BROS.
6 per cent Money at Bank of
Willmar on Farm security. 2tf
Misses Anna Carlin and Moliie
Ryan spent Sunday with Litchfield
friends.
Wm. Olson, the energetic
citizen, made the county seat
Thursday.
Spicer
a call
Rev. Thorn attended the consecra
tion of deaconesses at Minneapolis
Saturday.
The Swedish Lutheran Ladies So
ciety met at Rav. Nelson's Friday
afternoon.
Miss Hildebrandt, of Litchfield, has
been visiting with relatives here the
past week.
Miss Ida Tharalson, of Litchfield,
has been visiting Willmar relatives'
this week.
Miss Alice Lawler, of Kandiyohi, is
visiting her friend Jeannette Tait for
a few days.
Mrs. Emerson Adams, of Green
Lake, is recovering from au attack of
pneumonia.
Geo. Young, »the genial teacher at
Prinsburg, made us a short visit Fri
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson re
turned Saturday evening from a visit
in Minneapolis.
Fine residence and 4 acres of land
near High school for rent. Inquire
of Oiuey & Frye.
The Bijou Players are giving satis
factory performances. They are play
ing to good houses.
The ladies of St. Mary's Catholic
church served coffee at the home of
Mrs. J. Cleary Friday.
Ernest Morine, who broke a leg re
cently while jumping from a train at
Atwater, is doing nicely.
Mrs. Matt. Thom, of Clara City,
visited with relatives here last week,
returning home Saturday.
Ernest chanson has sold his pro
perty in the Third ward to John Per
son. Consideration, $1,125.
Mrs. H. A. Fullerton. of Montevi
deo, is visiting with her daughter,
Mrs. A. H. Pike, of this city.
Miss Anna Egge arrived here from
Renville last Saturday, where she bad
been spending several weeks.
The young folks' society of the
Free Lutheran church met at the home
of Rev. Gynild last Saturday.
Mrs. Geo. Branton and son, of
Minneapolis, were guests at the home
of J. F. Branton the past week.
We guarantee satisfaction in fitting
glasses... Call on us if you have weak
eyes. ANDERSO N BROS
Olof Anderson, of Atwater, stopped
off here Saturday on his way home
from a business trip to Little Falls.
Rev. M. Hafermah, of Clara City,
ppent the latter part of last week here
as the guest of J. L. Lindner and fam
ily,
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Misfcefc Seima and Alma Lundberg
and Alfred Lundberg, of New London,
were visitors in town Saturday of last
week.,.
Mrs. Princell from Minneapolis will
deliver a temperance lecture at the
Presbyterian ehurch oextTuegday eve
ning, ":-4i "•__" -i. *,,
iMiea Sadie1'Macomber stopped off
%_^re the first of the week for'a short
viHaij, on\ „her way,, to ber school in
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Frank Anderson, of Atwater, came
up Friday to help take care of the
rush in the Metropolitan barber shop
Saturday.
The friends of Mrs. M. C. Tollefson,
who had a serious attack of pneu
monia, will be pleased to learn that
she is recovering.
Rev. Osterholm made his regular
trip to Meeker county last Saturday,
preaching to his congregation at
Strout on Sunday.
The funeral of the deceased child of
Mr. and Mrs. John Dale, Gertrude
Evylin, aered 8 months, took place
from the home last Thursday.
Messrs. Otto and August Isakson,
of the town of Kandiyohi, were in
town during the week to see their
brother, Jonas D. Lonn. who is. ill.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will serve coffee at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Brown tomorrow (Thur
day) afternoon
vited.
Miss Atkinson, of the High School
force, had an attack of erysipelas the
latter part of last week. Her position
in the school was filled by Ralph
Stanford.
The teachers' examinations held in
Willmar last week were well attended
Over thirty teachers took the spring
examination, we are informed by
Supt. Fink.
The M. E. Sunday School will give
a missionary entertainment Easter
Sunday evening, April 2nd. There
will be recitations and singing. Every
body is invited.
The children of the Swedish Luther
an church, of Willmar, have gathered
$21 93 to go towards rebuilding the
Orphan's Home atVasa, Minn., which
burned recently.
The temperance meeting at the Free
Lutheran church last Thursday was
the occasion of some earnest discus
sion, which closed only when the hour
for dismissal arrived.
Rev. A. F. Nelson, after having
conducted services in Mamre last
Sunday, was taken ill on his return
home and was unable to appear in his
pulpit here in the evening.
A few of the young men, including
some of the Higrh School students, met
at the home of Horton Burr last Sat
urday evening to arrange for the or
ganization of a glee club.
F. L. Smith and family returned
Saturday from their extended visit in
Machias, Me. The pleasure of their
trip was somewhat marred owing to
illness among relatives there.
Nels Rodlun and wife left last Mon
day for Portland, Oregon. They will
make an extended visit with relatives,
in that state, and Mr. Rodlun will
combine business with pleasure.
Miss Ella Mo8sberg has been as
sisting the force at Grand Recorder
Olson's office the past few days. The
Grand Lodge meets next week, and
there is a large, amount of work to be
done by that time.
Prof. Hilleboe gave a temperance
lecture Monday eveniug. The profes
sor seems to be well posted on the tem
perance question and delivered an ex
cellent speech.—Watson Cor. Monte
video Commercial.
There will be a Union Gospel Tem
perance meeting under the auspices of
the W. C. T. U. at the Swedish Bap
tist church Sunday evening, Mar. 26.
Rev. Osterholm and Rev. Blomgren
will speak. All are invited.
Some of the young people took ad
vantage of the fine sleighing in the
village last week. On Thursday even
ing a sleighing party was participated
in by a number of the young men and
on the following1 evening some of the
young ladies gave a similar affair.
The class in parliamentary practice
which is conducted at the Y. M. C. A.
rooms by Prof. Hilleboe, will on Fri
day evening form itself into a legisla
tive assembly. Bills will be intro
duced and other proceedings carried
on the same as in a regular state leg
islature. An interesting session is
looked forward to. All young men
are cordially invited.
A coffee will he given next Saturday
evening at the Y. M. C. A. rooms by
ladies interested In temperance work.
Coffee, cake and sandwiches will be
served throughout the evening begin
ning at 4 o'clock at 10 cents for each
person. A program will be rendered.
All are invited to come and help make
the, affair a success by their presence
and patronage.
COMMITTEE.
The Osseo society gave an enter
tainment at the Seminary hall last
Saturday evening. The following
program was rendered:
•Song.............v....^....'....'...-.."".». cnoir
Recitation The Two Weavers
Miss Alvig.
Piano Duet—Valser and Finale, op. Ss6..Bohm
Miss Railson and Mrs. Jacobson.
Dialogue "The Wizard of Valley Forge"
(8 acts.)
Song. Cboir
Rboitatkm .... ........... ''MaryGarvin"'
MissLee.
Dialogue... "Just Retribution"
,. (1 act.)
Song ..///..Choir
Recitation.*.... Mr.Magnuson
Piano Dwt-SnnnbeT Song, op. S5d. ...gefain
Miss Railson and Miss Jacp.oson.
Dialogue.'.?. '\i.'..'. £!:'.-. ."The Photographer"
&WK E. Segerstrom makes farm
loans at O W I
ASLEEP IN DEATH.
The Estimable Wife of a Prom
inent Citizen Passed Away.
The many friends of Olof Olson,
Grand Recorder of the A. O. 0 W.
lodge of Minr^ntq.. are pained to
learn of the death of his most estim
able wife, which occurred at their
home in this village on Thursday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Deceased
had been a sufferer from consumption
for some years, during which time she
sought relief by a change of climate
and for some time remained in Colo
rado. After a prolonged absence she
finally returned to her family, where
she spent the remaining days sur
rounded by her husband and children,
and where every comfort was admin
istered before the angel of death came
to relieve her from all suffering.
Mrs. Emma C. Olson was born in
All are cordially in- Chisago county Nov. 21, 1858, her age
at death being 40 yrs., 3 mos., and 25
days. She was married June 11, 1881,
to Mr. Olof Olson, in the town of Fah
lun, which place her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gustaf Johnson, moved and
resided until their removal to Ray
mond.
The funeral occurred on Sunday.
Brief services were conducted at the
residence at 9 o'clock, the Degree of
Honor lodge having charge of the ser
vices there. Mrs. Ella Mantor, Grand
Chief of Honor, assisted by Mrs. E.
R. Williamson, of Minneapolis, con
ducted the ritualistic services of that
order. Rev. A. A. Thom, of the
Methodist church, officiated in a ser
vice of prayer, while the male quartet
and MissElla Mossberg added to the
impressive service with singing. The
floral tributes were many and beauti
ful, the casket being heavily laden
with flowers from the various lodges
in the village, as well as outside
friends. Among these was a beauti
ful floral offering from St. Cloud
lodge No. 63, A. O. U. W. Deceased
was a member of the Degree of Honor
and Rebekah lodges.
The remains were taken to Fahlun
for burial, after the close of the ser
vices here. A large number of friends
and relatives were in the procession
that followed the remains to their last
resting place. The funeral there was
conducted by Rev. Wahlquist, of the
Swedish Methodist church, who de
livered the funeral sermon. The re
mains were interred in the Methodist
cemetery.
Deceased leaves a husband and three
children—two sons and a daughter, to
mourn the loss of a kind wife and
mother. The sympathy of the com
munity goes out to the sorrowing fam
ily in their great bereavement.
The following Grand Lodge officers
were present at the funeral: Chas. G.
Hinds, G. M. W., of Shakopee A.
F. Stebbins, G. of Masonic Lodge,
of Rochester J. J. McCardy, Grand
Receiver, of St. Paul J. M. Diment,
E. E. Highson, of St. Paul, and J. H.
Raymond, of St. Cloud. Others pres
ent from outside points were Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Williamson, Mrs. A. L.
King and Mrs. Tilda Holmberg, of
Minneapolis Mrs. Justus Johnson, of
Pennock and relatives from Raymond.
Greater Willmar.
O. A. Hed in will build a residence
in Second ward next summer.
Mr. Scotton plans to have a resi
dence erected on Sixth street the com
ing season.
It is reported that Ole Paulson will
erect a residence on 4th street.
Tailor J. J. Ekander will build a
residence on Fourth street, we under
stand.
Peter Rasmusson will erect a large
residence in the near future, and plans
to move the old building to the back
part of his lots.
Fred Segerstrom is among those
who will build the coming season.' He
will erect a dwelling house on his lots
in the First ward.
Ian Ataclareu's New Work.
Ian Maclaren, who is now on a lec
turing tour in this country, begins in
an early issue of The Ladies' Home
Journal his latest piece of literary
work. It is a series of popular ar
ticles in which he defines the relation
that a minister holds to his* congrega
tion: how a preacher is helped by his
people how a congregation can make
the most of a minister, and other pha
ses of the most satisfactory attitude
of a congregation to a pastor.
Baby Wardrobe Patterns.
Twenty-seven patterns for different
articles in long clothes witfo full and
complete directions for making same,
showing' necessary materials, sent
postpaid for 25c in stamps. Fifteen
patterns of short clothes 25o or both
for 40o. ''Information to Mothers"
sent free with each order. Address
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DOWNEY PATTERN CO.
Butler, Indiana
Notice.
Active canvassers wanted for.
superb Unaof subscription bookB.
money making opportunity without
•risk. Outfit free. s'•" .*
A. E. ANDERSON1,'Gen^ -A!g,:t.
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AN ANTI-SALOON TICKET.
The friends of the saloon lice'.se sys
tem will not be able to fight in ambush
at the coming village election. The
Anti-Saloon League has takea the ini
tiative towards nominating a straight
no-license ticket to support their side
of the issue. The license question will
be the only prominent issue at this
election, and with a straight temper
ance ticket in the field there will be a
square fight, providing of course that
any one can be induced to assume the
odium of running on a saloon tinket.
All friends of temperance should make
it a point to attend the caucuses and
see that the right kind of
nominated.
men are
Miss Claire Benolken, of St. Paul,
has been engaged for the season as
trimmer at Miss Carlin's.
It warms the heart like sunshine,
cheers the soul like old wine, gives
hope for the future, blots out the past.
That's what Rocky Mountain Tea
does. A. E. Mossberg, druggist.
Mrs. Okerson, of Mamre, has just
returned from Bethesda hospital at
St. Paul where she has undergone suc
cessfully one of the most extensive
operations for the removal of an ab
dominal tumor. Dr. E. M. Lundholm
of St. Paul performed the operation,
and Dr. Johnson under whose care
she was at home, is highly pleased at
the result.
In regard to the cases of cerebro
spinal menengitis or spotted fever in
the family of Hans Martenson, of Sun
burgh, Dr. Johnson reports that two
are on the road to recovery. Two
died at once before the doctor was cal
led and one about a week ag-o. The
visitation of this dreadful disease in
this home has been a terrible affliction
and the surviving members of the
family have the deepest sympathy of
the community.
J. L. Lindner has formed a partner
ship with Augf. Embertson, late of the
cigar* firm of Nash & Embertfon, of
Glenwood. Mr. Embertson is well
known here, having been a former em
ploye in the factory of which he now
becomes one of the proprietors. The
senior member of the new firm, Mr.
Lindner, has for some years conducted
S successful business in our town, and
the rapidly increasing trade demanded
a change. The new firm starts out
with a paid in capital ot $3500, and
the intention is to make it one of the
most successful cigar factories in the
Northwest. Both gentlemen have the
necessary push and enterprise to ac
complish their purpose, as well as ex
perience in cigar manufacturing. The
probabilities are that the present force
will be increased to ten men in the
near future, which certainly shows
that their trade is reaching out in
large proportions.
On Sunday Rev. H. Solum announ
ced that he had accepted the position
of principal of the Willmar Seminary,
and as a consequence would be obliged
to resign his pastorate here. While
we are all sorry to learn of a man of
Mr. Solum's attainments about to
leave us, we are pleased to know his
new work is in line of promotion and
along the line of fitness for the posi
tion. During the almost, three years
of his ministry here he has through
his untiring labors and influence with
the congregation seen the society grow
so in power that an elegant church
edifice has been erected and now al
most completed even to a bell in the
tower. It is not thought probable that
he will retire permanently before May.
When he does go Renville will lose an
upright and valuable citizen to the
community, and the Seminary at Will
mar will secure a man in every way
capable of carrying on successfully
the work connected with this popular
school.—Renville Star Farmer.
Anti-Saloon Village Caucuses.
The citizens of the Village of Will
mar who are desirous of defeating the
issuing of saloon licenses and of en
forcing the laws in our village, are
invited to attend caucuses in the sev
eral wards of the village to place iD
nomination two aldermen for each
ward, and to select three delegates
from each ward to attend a village
convention to be held at the engine
house on Monday, March 27th, 1899,
at ten o'clock a. m., to place in nomi
nation a village president and treas
urer. All candidates to be considered
and nominated at said caucuses or
convention to be pledged to vote
against the issuing of liquor licenses
and to enforce the laws, and the tick
et so formed is to be known as the
ANTI-SALOON TICKET. The sever
al caucuses are to be held on Satur
day, March 25th, 1899, at eight o'clock
p. m., at the following place?: First
ward at O P. & H. P. Rice's lumber
office. Second ward at the village en
gine house, and Third ward at the
Mar low Houss.
By order of committee,
ANTI-SALOO N LEAGUE.
DON'T BE FOOLEDI
The market Is beta* flooded
with WMil^»io InitoUHM of
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
E a
To protect the public wv%call
especialattention toour trade
mark, printed on every pack
age. Demand the genome.
Grand
TUESDAY,
MARCH 28.
I have received my spring
stock of goods, and extend an
invitation to the ladies to call on
the above date and see what the
season of '99 has in store for
them in the line of fine millinery.
My stock consists of a fine selec
tion of
PATTERN HATS,
SAILOR AND WALKING
HATS—the latest,
FLOWERS,
CHIFFONS,
RIBBONS,
NOVELTIES,
FANCY FEATHERS,
Etc., Etc.,
in fact anything in the millinery
line.
Having secured the services
of a competent trimmer 1 am in
a position to cater to the trade
so as to please the most fastid
ious.
Respectfully,
Anna Carlin.
For Sale or Rent.
The O'Brien farm, containing 400
acre3, located one-half mile west of
Kandiyohi station, is for sale or rent,
itor particulars write or call on
2tf ROBERT N S, Kandiyohi, Minn.
Notice.
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.
Land for Sale.
The W of the SE j*. Sec. 12, towA
of St. Johns. Address Mrs. Martha
H. Hanson, box 229, Willmar, Minn.
52 tf
For Sale.
Two horses, one set of working har
ness, two wagons and one pair of bob
sleighs.
5tf MARTIN SORENSON.
We take this way of thanking our
friends for their sympathy and assist
ance during Our late bereavement,
the loss of our beloved daughter, Jem
nie. Their kindness will never be for
gotten.
MR. AN MRS. A. H. SPERRY.
Heal Estate, Loan and Insur
ance.
1 will loan money at low rate of in
terest and on favorable terms. Will
buy and sell real estate. Insurance
written in reliable Insurance compa
nies.
SOLOMON PORTER,
52tf Willmar, Minn.
Seed Barley.
Wanted—50 bushels of good seed
barley. Must be clean. Will pay
market price. Will take first offered
if satisfactory. Inquire at Merchants
Hotel.
Marriage Llcnses.
March 20—Gustaf Bengt9on to Ada
Anderson.
Spring
Opening
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Comprising the latest in
PATTERN HATS,
and the new designs in
Bonnets, Hats and
Toques.
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