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4 'jji\ A few ladies' close out at cost. All goods refunded. At "THE''MODEL'9 The finest and best up-to-date stock of SHOES to be found in the city in all the latest styles. Call and see them. Prices to suit all. A fine line of LADIES* WAISTS and Shirt Waist SU ITS. Prices are right. In HOSE—the most complete line for men, ladies and children, direct from the mills. WHERE PEOPLE WORSHIP All notices pertaining to church ser vices in the city will be published in this column Communications Intend ed for publication must, reach this office not later than Tuesday noon: LITTUI:KAN FREE CHURCH KFV E I I D. Pastor No regular momlug services Sunday school at tn Ev enuig set vice at 7 30 The Silo children society meets the first Saturua} In each month Munds og Kvmde Foremntfen meets the lust Fuduy ot e\ery mouth at 7 30 in SWEDISH LUTHER VN CHURCH Rtv HtiEKsov Pastor Services e\eiy Sunday morning at 10 30, al ternately in the local and Marnte churches Evening services every Sunday evening at Midweek services Thursday evenings at :30. 7.30. The Young People's society meets the first Wednesday in each month at 7:30 p.m. at the church. SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH REV. A HALL, Pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11. Evening service at 7:20 The Young People's society meets Monday evenings at 8 elocK. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. SWEDISH MISSION CHtTRCH. Rav. A. N. OSTERHOLM, Pastor: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11. Evening worship at7:30. Services every Tuesday evening at?:30. Sundayscbcol teach ers meeting Thursday evenings at 7:30. The Young People's Bible class meets Sat urday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Young People's society meets every Tues day evening at the church. NOTE—On the second Sunday of each month the pastor will hold services in the New Lon don charge. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. H. C. BUELL, Pastor. Morning service at 10:30. Sunday school at 12 m. Union and Intermediate Endeavor at 3 p.m. C. E. Society, 6:30 p. m. Evening ser vice at 7:30. Pastor's Training Class meets every Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 and the Nor mal Bible class in the evenings of the same days at 7 o'clock. Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings at 7:45. ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. REV. HORATIO GATES. Pastor. On the first Sunday of each month Holy Com munion and sermon at 10:45. On the Sundays following, morning prayer and sermon held at 10:45. Sunday school at l^m. Evening prayer and address at 7:30. ENG. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, REV. W M. FBITZ, Pastor. Morning service at 10:15. Sunday school at 12 m. Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. LUTHERAN SYNOD CHURCH. REV. J. N. ASDERSEX, Pastor. Morning service at 10:30, except every third Sunday, when the pastor conducts services at Solomon Lake. Sunday school at 12 m„ ex cept on the Sundays when the pastor is at Solomon Lake, when it will be conducted at 10:30, NOTE—Classes 'are conducted both in the Norwegian and English languages. The Vikor Ladies' Aid Society meets on the first Wednesday in every month and the East Vinje soeiety meets the last Thursday in every month. SWEDISH METHODIST CHURCH, Rnv. A.E. LINO, Pastor. Service every Sunday evening in Willmar church at 7:30. At Kandiyohi church every Sunday morning at 10:30 ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. HBT. J.J. MALLOT, Pastor. From April 1 to Dec. 1 there will be morning mass at the local church at 9 o'clock and at Kandiyohi at 11 o'clock every Sunday. Sun day School at 9:45. Evening service at 7:30. The Altar society meets the flr3t Sunday in every month at 10 a. m. SWEDI9H LUTHERAN ASSOCIATION. SWAN EDLCNI, Reader. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Evening ser vice at 7:30. New goods received every week at Elmquist's Jewelry Btore on Benson avenue. Call and get prices. Goods sold at reasonable prices. 38tf A trim, well-poised figure results from the wearing of a Warner's Rtist-Proof Hose Supporter Mode For sal* fey fc/ WIS SPRING JACKETS Don't fail to look over the finest line of LACE CURTAINS in the city. We have them at all prices. as represented or your money NELS THOMPSON & CO. WINDOW SHADE VALUES are remarkable here. W sell a good quality Plain Opaque Shade Mounted en Spring Roller for 25 coots. This includes brackets and slats. Bet ter qualities at 35c, 40c and 50c. Fringed Window Shades at 35 coots oaoh. These are extraordinary good value. We can supply the following colors: Light Olive, Pea Green, Dark Green, TerraCotta, Ecru, Light Buff and Rob ins Egg Blue. ANDREW PETERSON House Furnisher and Undertaker. Kandiyohi county's share In the ap portionment of the road and bridge fund is 9600. The town of Irving gets $400 and the town of Edwards $200. In the former place the money will be used for bridging Crow River and in the latter for a bridge to be built across Hawk Creek. Miss Edna Dewey returned home Thursday from Raymond, where she had visited her sister, Mrs. F. Morrow. Spring Beauties.* The new hats we are mak ing have been much admired by the ladies. We have studied the styles and been careful in judging the ma terials so that we have a com bination that pleases. Well construct anew hat that will just suit, or sell you a pattern hat that is just right. jj Youngbcrg Sisters It 3 LOUCHINESS and riding up of the corset are an impossibility when the figure is fitted to a suitable style of these popular models. The possess all the well known W a merits plus an exceptionally satisfactory Hose Supporter. As to the Hose Sup porter the webbing is the best that can be bought, and the Rubber Button Clasp is a "Se curity" in fact as well as inname Security against "holes in hose," a Se curity against' 'sagging socks, "a Security against all the ills that accompa ny the use of a poorly constructed clasp. Johnson, Fridlund, Norman Co There is a bill before the state legis lature authorizing the county com missioners to spend $150.00 per year locating blind pigs. That is $149 95 more than is needed in many cases— but then there are several commission ers in each county, and some of them might want to spend more than a nlckle, and Borne would want to locate the eyeless porker twenty times a day. Maybe the bill is all right after all! The law licensing the saloon is a had law. The place to correct a bad law is in the legislature. There is a move afoot to have the U. S. cruiser St. Louis christened with beer. It is argued that beer is typical of the town. It is also typical of drunkeneBS, and debauchery, and pov erty, and vomit and squalor. That sort of a type or ideal may please the people of St. Louis, but "d iff runt heah." The saloons ii Missouri ran dry last Sunday. Governor Joe Folk said that law is law, and that neither An hauser-Busch, Bill Booze or any other Dutchman could walk on it. But there is still a big brood of whin ing^ sniffling babies acting as noay orB and sheriffs who will wbiinper "yeou can't." It is no sign that a male is a man just because he is big enough to wear pants. The New York World says of the prohibition town of Way cross, Ga.: "Not only is the legal sale prohibited, but illegal selling is kept to the mini mum, and four policemen keep perfect order in this town of 9,0C0 people. Ninety per cent of the white people own their homes There are no paup ers, no poor-houses, no loa'ers, and ninety three per cent of the children at tend school. 'The town supports twenty churches that are well attended. Swearing ie rarely heard on the streets, and one does not see a drunken man in three months. Two large railroad shops and one car factory are operated there because the-men are found to be more reliable than in liquor towns." The prisoners in the Illinois, legis lature are idle. That is bad for the prisoners. Insanity, disease, insub ordination and discontent are on the increase. The law abolishing convict labor was passed at the behest of the labor unions. But it is bad for labor. They complained of competition with prison labor. Such competition is bad, but it is worse to have to sup port the'erstwhile competitor in idle ness. If society does not permit the convict to make his shoes, society must make them for him. The con vict may be stopped from earning his bread, still he eats it! He who con sumes without useful production may or may not be a criminal—but he is a parasite on the industry of society, whether he is a pauper, a tramp, a convict, a thief, a gambler or a sa loonkeeper. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Sandberg were the victims of a most happy "sur prise" on the evening of Saturday, April 15, which had been planned by a number of their relatives and friends. The estimable couple was presented with a fine folding bed. Refreshments were served by the la dies of the party, who had planned for satisfying the "inner man," and a most social evening was apent with the genial host and hostess. Among the Willmar young people attending school in Minneapolis, who came up to spend their Easter vaca tion here were Misses Marion and Ce lia Frost, Walter Crosby, Elmer Adams and Fred Larson. Arrangements have been made far a social evening to be spent at the Son de Hall this evening by the Wood men and their families. Are you going to paint? If so, see Luodquist Bros, about their guaranteed goods. 7-8 Mrs. A. P. Bergeson is viaiting with New London relatives. WARNER's Rtist-Proof \2\ So success ful that w« so lose count of the aamber of sales a day ""lfc2f SAIUTI Long-skirt model for the me dium form, the corset skirt dip ping over the hips, shaping them into the correct outline for fash ion's need, and the "Security" Rubber Button Hose Supporters, as attached, are necessary for producing the desired figure. 221.—Same model in light, cool batiste, firm and strong in wear. 321.— Same model in Summer netting. Price, $1.50 per Fair. TH Invest in North Dakota Land. August and Andrew Lindquist, prominent farmers of town of Mamre, recently returned from North Dakots, where they had spent a few days in looking over lands located near Cen ter, in Oliver county. Both were very much pleased with the country up there and in addition to purchasing a quarter section of land each of them also took a homestead. The territory in which their land is located is known as the Big Bend country and is spo ken of as being splendid both for stock raising and dairying as well as ordin ary farming. Some of the samples of grain received here are very fine and the yield also compares favorab• ly with that of our county. Last year oats yielded 75 bushels to the acre, Macaroni wheat 35, flax 18 and wheat 33, on new land in many places. An other point in favor of the land in question is the ease with which fuel can be procured. Lignite coal i* found in abundance and this aan be had at little or no cost. Temperancf League Meeting. The next meeting of the Minnetoga Temperance League will be held in the school house in district No. 58, Fri day evening, May 5, instead of on May 12, the evening for its regular monthly meeting. A good program will be rendered. A cordial invita tion is extended. By order of Executive Committee., MARTIN A. ANDERSON, Pres. Cards have been received by Will mar friends announcing the marriage of Miss Izzora Maynard, of Long Prairie, to Mr. Robert J. Gilmer. The nuptial affair occurred at the bride's home in Long Prairie on Tues day, April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer will be at home at 1229 Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis, after May 15. The bride's many friends in this city will extend to her best wishes for a happy married life. About twenty young girls took possession of the J. A. Johnson home in the First ward last Thursday even ing, the occasion being a "surprise" on Mr. and Mrs. Johnson's daughters Amanda and Lydia. The evening was pleasantly spent in chatting and playing games of different kinds, after which the visitors served floe refresh ments. To say that all present had a good time is saying the least. We are busy loading furniture Into the farmers' wagons, as they know a good thing when they see it. Follow suit and buy now, while we have a nice line left to select from. 10 1 FRED W. SEGERSTROM. ,« 'm &&&& a former teacher was the guest of Miss Mathewson, in the city schools, Mist Heten G. Rslos last week. Miss Mathewson is at present employed as teacher In the Bratnerd schools. Sizes 4 to 8 years short pants 2.00 to 6 00 per suit XXBASQOD Sizes 7 to 16 years short pants $2.50 to 7.00 per suit When yon buy a suit for your boy at our store with the Seed Corn. I have a large quantity of A No. 1 yellow and white dent seed corn. Has been tested and is perfect as a grower. Parties wishing a first-class corn for seed should order early as I will ship out if I cannot sell locally. At present the price will be $2 00. One bushel of this corn will seed 8 acres. Apply or write A. H. Sperry, Will mar, Minn. 2tf Ditching Contracts Taken. Having purchased one of the latest improved ditching machines, we kind ly solicit your patronage. Any one having ditching to be done will do well to call on J. E. Leslie at the real estate office of Crawford & Leslie, Willmar, or address N A. Chase, Pennock. A S E & LESLIE. 7tf Mount Nebo Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, at its meeting held last Fri day evening, cotferred the Royal Arch degree upon three candidates—Messrs, L. A. May and W. O. Johnson of this city, and E. Fouts of Raymond. After the work of the evening was fin ished those present repaired to the residence of High Priest Ramsett, where they were most delightfully en tertained and where they were treated to a spread of good things which had been prepared by the wives of the members. There were about twenty Masons present. Hail is forty times greater than the fire haz ard to farm property. For reikiole protection insure in State Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Co., o('Waseca, Minn. Losses always paid in full. Responsible a for 19(6 wanted. Write today. [isp The town of Edwards will purchase an Austin road grader, manufactured by the Austin-Western Manufacturing Co. of Chicago, which is an indication that the enterprising town officers of that locality believe in being progres sive. A social will be given at Kf T. Ryk ken's place by the Dovre Girls' So ciety, on Saturday evening, May 13, commencing 7:30. An auction sale of several pieces of fancy work will also be give a. All are Invited to come. Ferdinand Rigg came over from Willmar Wednesday morning to be come a member of the Gopher-Press force.—Glenwood Gopher-Press. Mrs. J. Markhus, of Red Winer, visited at the home of her son, W. T. Markhus, from Wednesday till Satur day last week. St. Paul Tent I Awning Co. MAKERS OP TENTS, AWNIN6S •HADM, FLA6S & COVERS •f ever dsscrtttloa. ROLLEy AWNINtt a Specialty. Writs lor Catalogs* aad Prices. MfrS JACKSON ST. ST, Mill, MINN. "Sii has the exclusive agency for this celebrated brand of well made and superior fitting Boys'tClothing, .a. XTWAOOQP iaDel can buy. The Hue for the spring and summer season is now In. If your boys need a new salt, yon will do well in looking over onr line. In Men'a Clothing we handle the Kuppeuheltuer line—well made, superior fitting goods at popular prices. PETERSON & WELLIN The Baily and Riogling circus man agement, representing two of the lar gest traveling companies in this coun try, have decided to abolish largely the window lithograph and free ticket, and will use the newspapers more ex tensively. They have had valuable experience in all kinds of advertising and ought to know what i9 most ef fective.—Big Stone County Journal. Wm. Hart, of Minneapolis, is a new employe at the Lindner cigar factory. Every young man and woman should have a business education. CATOM BUSINESS COLLECE Minneapolis, places its Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Telegraph graduates in good paying positions. Our read ers will receive the College Catalogue free if you mention this paper. aw When in need of Wall Paper Eas to Sout 1 %)&•>».* Young Men's long pants sizes 15 to 20'years 5 00 to 17.00 per suit ltJ a a a mouty CREAM CASH fop EVERY CAM immediately on its receipt WRIT E RE. COBB Don't forget to call on us. We have some of the la test and prettiest patterns to select from. Reasonable prices. Carlso Bros. & Frost Doubtless you'll go via Chicago or St. Louis. To either of these great points of connection, the best service from the Twin Cities is Burlington service. Give me your addressbraskyour agent F. M. HUGO, Northwestern Passenger Agent, Oermania Life Bulldlnf, ST. PAUL. ST. AUL MINN. 3T- Willmar, Miiin. JOHN T. OTOS, ANSTNACTEN AND CONVEYANCE!. Abstract! of Title to lands in Kan diyohi County tarnished promptly, REAL E8TATE, IN8URANCE AND 8TEAM8HIP TICKETS Office la Bank of Wfllmar buildin*. 'Phone Ml WILLkfAR. MTHN EMIL HEGSTROM TEACHER Piano, Violin, All Band and Orckeatra Instruments HARMONY AND THEORY: STUDIO, RUBLE BLOCK, Willmar. MRS. C. A. LINDQUIST I W I E Licensed by State Board. Am now permanently located here. Calls at tended to at all homs. Located at 706 Sth St. 9.—upstairs. WOlntar HE FIFTH STREET I I I MIRKET W. B. HANSON, Prop. All kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats. Fish in Season. Give us your patronage. 3. 4^ Game and 'PHONE 281. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA The New Livery, EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS LlVElY, BOAND AND SALE STAIIE* One block south of PostofBce Telephone No. 49. DOWNS BROS., Proprietors, •lai Osteopathy cures Constipation, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Gout, Asthma, Hay Fever, Lumbago, Goiter, Gall Stones, Headache. Piles. Cold Hands and Feet, Spi nal Curvatures, Female Diseases, and numer ou other diseases. sees Dr. Baker Osteopath Office a Jekaaoav Block. Pkoae 20S Wlllasar, stiaa. Consultation and Examination Free. A Good Word for Willmar. We acknowledge a pleasant call from A. L. Nelson of Willmar this week. His familiar form has been missed from its accustomed place here as he has not been in Belgrade for several months, owiog to the amount of work he had to do at homei and the bad roads. He tells us that be will make his regular trios here now, and will be glad to see all old customers, and n.*w ones too. He remarked that we bad been cleaning house in Bel grade, and that it would not injure the town any. He informed us that by careful study of records of the last tea years at Willmar they found that the town had been la debt when they voted out the saloons and that they were) now out of debt and had some money la the treasury.—Belgrade Tribune. S%. "3 ^r & Mr*.