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men this time of the year —are difficult articles to launder nicely. Unless you know just how to do it, the front pleats won't iron down smooth and the shirt will look mussy. Our. method of ironing them leaves nothing to be desired. They are just right in stiffness and per fection in finish. WILLMAR STEAM LAUNDRY W. C. HAWKINS, Proprietor. 400 Benson Avenue, Willmar Prinsburg Items. PRINSBURG, May 7.—There has been a great deal of sickness in this neighborhood this spring, but we are glad to say that all the patients are improving nicely. Mrs. K. Molenaar has been suffering from pneumo nia, the children in K. Molenaar'a family have had scarlet fever, Mr. and Mrs. A. Van Buren's infant daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Talen's baby have also been sick. Spring work is about done as far as the season permits, it being yet a little too cold for corn. Mrs. N. Kleinhuizen is preparing to go to Fillmore county for a visit at her girlhood home. Misses Fischer and Peterson spent Sunday with Mrs. C. Reed. Alvina Knott entertained her schoolmates last Thursday from four to eight o'clock, the occasion being her tenth birthday anni versary. There were forty-two guests pres ent. Prizes in games were won by the fol lowing: David Roelofs in the candy hunt baby priase by Mabel Wieberdink Martin Brecms in the peanut hunt Evert Roelofs won the prize in "I crown the king." The Prinsburg school is preparing for field day exercises on the last day of school, May 18. The program will appear next week. All are invited and a pleasant time is as sured. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE WILLMAR STRAW BOARD MANU FACTURING COMPANY. KNOW ALL E N THESE PRESENTS, that we, the undersigned, hereby associate our selves together for the purpose of forming a manufacturing corporation under Chapter 58 of the Revised Laws of Minnesota of 1905, and hereby adopt and sign the follow ing articles of incorporation: I. The name of this corporation shall be "The Willmar Straw Board Manufacturing Com pany." II. This corporation is organized solely for manufacturing purposes. The general na ture of its business shall be the manufacture of straw board and other like products, to own, hold and use Letters Patent or trade marks pertaining to such articles as by it are so manufactured, to sell and market said manufactured articles and to do and per form any and all other acts and things neces sary for or incident to the carrying on of the said manufacturing business. III. The principal place of transacting the busi ness of said corporation and its head office shall be in the City of Willmar, County of Kandiyohi and State of Minnesota. ....,IV. ...,,•• The time of the commencement of the said corporation shall be the 15th day of May A. D. 1906, and it shall continue to exist for thirty years thereafter. V. The amount of the capital stock of said corporation shall be three hundred thousand ($300,000) dollars, which shall be divided into fifteen thousand (15,000) shares of pre ferred stock at ten ($10.00) dollars per share and fifteen thousand (15',000) shares of com mon stock at ten ($10.00) dollars per share, and which capital stock shall be issued and paid in as the board of directors shall from time to time determine and direct. Both common and preferred stock shall be non assessable. The said preferred stock' shall entitle the owner or holder thereof to receive out of the net earnings a yearly non-cumula tive dividend of not exceeding seven per cent, payable annually before any dividend shall be set apart or paid, on the common stock. Common stock and preferred stock shall share equally in any dividends declared after seven per cent shall have been declared and paid on both common and preferred stock. VI. The highest amount of indebtedness or lia bility to which the said corporation shall at any time be subject shall be the sum of one hundred and fifty thousand ($150,000.00) dollars. VII. The names and places of residence of the persons forming this corporation are Pieter Prins, E. C. Wellin, Erick Holt, Gudmund P. Karwand, Victor E. Lawson and A. H. Sper ry, all of the City of Willmar, county of Kan diyohi and State of Minnesota, and A. J. Prins of the Village of Clara City, county of Chippewa, state of Minnesota. The government of the said corporation and the management of its affairs shall be vested in a board of seven directors who •hall have the power to make all by-laws and all needful rules and regulations for the government of the said corporation and for the conducting of its business and who shall be elected by the stockholders at their annual meeting which shall be held at the principal office of the said corporation on the first Monday in June of each and every year be ginning with the year A. D. 1907, and shall hold office for the term of one year, or until their successors are elected and have quali fied. The officers of the said corporation shall be, a president, a first vice president, a second vice president, a secretary and a treasurer. The said officers shall be elected by the board of directors at the first regular meeting of the said board after the annual organization thereof from among their own number. The said board of directors shall have the power to create and fill such other offices as they shall deem necessary and proper for the purposes and the carrying on of the business of the said corporation. The said officers shall hold office for one year or until their successors are elected and quali fied. Any vacancy occurring in said board of directors or in any of the said offices of the corporation may be filled by the board of directors or the remaining members thereof. In electing officers or directors, the candi date receiving the highest number of^ votes shall be declared elected Each and every holder of either the preferred or common stock of said corporation shall be entitled, either in person or by written proxy, to cast one vote for each and every share of stock which he holds or owns. The first board of directors shall be Pieter Prins, E. C. Wellin, Erick Holt, Gudmund P. Karwand, A. H. Sperry, Victor E. Lawson and A. J. Prins, of whom E. C. Wellin shall be president, Pieter Prins shall be first vice president, Erick Holt shall be second vice presidvnt, Victor E. Lawson shall be secretary and A. J. Prins shall be treasurer, and they shall hold office until the first annual meeting of the stock holders or until their successors are elected and have qualified. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned have hereunto set their hands and seals this 2nd day of May, A. D. 1906. PIETER PRINS, (Seal.) VICTOR E. LAWSON, (Seal.) A. H. SPERRY, iSeal.) A. J. PRINS, (Seal.) E. C. WELLIN, (Seal.) ERICK HOLT, (Seal.) G. P. KARWAND, (Seal.) Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of R. W. STANFORD, R. C. BARTON. STATE OF MINNESOTA,! County of Kandiyohi./ Be it known that on this 2nd day of May, A. D. 1906, before me, a notary public in and for Hennepin county said state personally appeared Pieter Prins, E. C. Wellin, Erick Holt, Gudmund P. Karwand, Victor B. Law son, A. H: Sperry and A. J. Prins to me known to be the persons who executed the foregoing Articles of Incorporation and each of them acknowledged that he'executed the same as his free act and deed. RALPH W. STANFORD, Notary Public, Hennepin County, Minn. My commission expires November 26, 1909. (NOTARIAL SBAL.] The rain of last Saturday and the warm weather that followed gave the grain an ex cellent start. Confirmation exercises will be held in Crow. River church May 13. Our well known dentist Henry Shipstead was married to Lula Anderson, one of Bel grades most popular young ladies, April 23. We extend congratulations. Anton Iverson, who has been managing Geo. Johnson's farm for the last five years, leaves for Canada this week, where he has two quarter sections land where he intends to make his future home. Anton is a very ambitious fellow and we all wish him suc cess. Simon Stenerson, who has not been feeling well for some time, was down to the cities consulting a physician last weekjand is now improving. Some of our young people intended to have a social hop last Saturday night but it was postponed on account of rain. Our young boys started practising playing ball last Sunday. We hope a team will soon be organized. Jacob Newgard, who has had an attack of pneumonia, is now able to be around again. Geo. Johnson is putting in a manure carrier in his barn thjs week. George believes in having things handy. Hope some more of the farmersjwill follow his example. Joe Newgard is at present working for A. Berg in Belgrade. Florida Fluctuations. Lake Florida/May 7.—Reier Thorson has moved over to his farm, formerly owned by Victor Johnson. Ole Berkeland and family moved last Sat urday from Asle Dengerud's farm, where they have made their home this winter, to a house owned by Mrs. Nels Gustafson. Not many of the members of the Total Abstinence society from here attended the meeting in the Eagle Lake church last even ing, on account of the distance and rather cold weather. Miss Hilda Gustrud will leave for Minne apolis soon. Miss Alice Soderholm is in Willmar. The parochial school" is making good pro gress, reflecting credit upon the teacher, Miss Thorpe. A meeting was held at the home of T. Lar son last Wednesday evening. Another meet ing will be held at the home of K. T. Rykken next Sunday evening. Three hearty hurrahs for the Willmar councilmen, who proved themselves to have common sense. People are complaining of colds. GIRLIE. Grue Grist. GRUE, May 7.—The Hope Total Absti nence society met last Sunday evening. The church was filled to its utmost seating ca pacity. The program consisted of a decla mation by Miss Larson, speeches by Rev. E. E. Gynild and Prof. Hendrickson of Augs burg Seminary and several songs by themale quartet of Augsburg. The following mem bers were appointed as program committee for the June meeting: C. A. Backlund, K. T. Rykken and J. Larson. Farmers are busy plowing for corn, and some have already planted some potatoes. Olof Erickson has invested in a new gang plow. Joseph Berg is working for P. W. Peder son. Oscar Embertson is at present visiting at his home here. Arvid and Victor Anderson of Kandiyohi visited friends here last Sunday. Several Seminary students spent Sunday at their homes here. H. C. Gunderson is now hauling milk -to the Kandiyohi creamery. Mam re Matters. MAMRE, May 7.—Jack Frost called on the farmers Saturday night, but did not do much harm. Ed Kleve and Henry Nordin made a pleas ure trip to Willmar Sunday. Otto Tingvall is building a new dwelling house this spring. A. Johnson and family visited at the home of John Akeson last Sunday. Herman Edman of Arctan'der visited at G. Nordin's place Sunday. Carl Hagen is working for E. Mickelson at present. .'•'•• Charlie Akerson returned home* Saturday from North Dakota, where he has been look ing over some land. Mr. Akerson told the reporter that he didn't like the land up there, it being too hilly. Mr.'and Mrs. F. W. Lindman visited at the home of B. F. Lindgren last Sunday. C. F. Olson, agent for the Watkins reme dies, was around here last week. David Ostlund visited at home over Sun day. JUST RECEIVED—A fine stock of spring and summer clothing, made up from the newest patterns by the best clothing manufacturers in the country. We will be pleased to have the public call and examine the goods and- com pare them with other stocks. RODLUN SHOE A CLOTHING CO. 112 DeLaHunt's Parcel Delivery. Trunks,'parcels, packages, letters, etc., called for and delivered to any part of the city. Prompt service. Charges moderate. Office Great Northern Express. Telephone No. 92. Clairvoyant and Magnetic Healing Clarence Freeburg with his know ledge of occult forces, enables him to read human nature with accuracy from the cradle to the grave. His powers are wonderful, his advice reliable, in formation clear, concise and to the point in love, courtship, marriage, divorce, journeys, investments, specu lations, property and all business matters, lost or stolen goods, disease, etc.,-etc. NOTICE: His fee within reach of all. He speaks English and Swedish languages. He may be consulted in his rooms on the second floor gof the Samuelson Block any foreneen, afternoon or eve ning. 12 Groceries and Mail Order Houses We are prepared to figure with anyone who has been accus tomed to send after their groceries to the large cities. We will guarantee to do as well by anybody, for spot cash and on the same terms as any mail order house. €LFor Furniture, Rugs, Draperies, Window Shades, Pianos, Baby Carriages and Undertaking go to ANDREW PETERSON. ATTENTION! I have just received my new spring stock of wall paper, which surpasses anything I have ever had before. I invite you to come, in and look ovee my line before you buy. I can savr you money. I have no shelf-worn and out-of-style papers—all clean,, new stock and strictly up-to-date and prices right. I devote all my time to studying designs and color blending, both in wall paper and paint. Does it not stand to reason that I know more about colors and blending them than a man who has never studied them? A full line of house paints var nishes, paint brushes, oils and lead on hand.' O. A. JACOBSON. 9tf Notice. I take this method of announcing to the public that the launch "Varuna," will run regular trips evenings and Sundays during the season for public service. Round trip tickets, 15 .cents. Will also charter to parties on week days. Special rates to private parties and for picnics. Everything has been done to make-the "Varuna" a first cjass pleasure craft this season. The machinery has been rebuilt, a whistle fitted to it, and new leather cushions for the seats have been put in. With thanks for your past patronage and asking for a continuance of it, I am Yours truly, llf PETER FKEEBERG. Sidewalk and Cement Work. I am prepared to lay all kinds of sidewalks and do any kind of cement work on short notice. I guarantee our work to give satisfaction, and ask for an opportunity to figure with any one about to lay walks. Phone 162. WILMAM PETERSON, 114] 611 Fourth Street. The Farmers Union Elevator a Kandiyohi sells or exchanges Atwater Best flour, bran and shorts. Grind feed at 5c a sack. Your trade is earn estly solicited. 4413 We are now prepared to handle poultry and will buy large or small lots, paying the highest cash market price on day of delivery. 33f JOHN B. AGEN CO. SEEDS. Absolutely clean barley and oats, and all kinds of grass and garden seeds for sale by 6f J. STRAND & Co. Picture Frames and Framing to order to suit the most fastidious tastes. Carefully selected to match pictures. C. A. Baklund's 43f Photo Studio. Dr. C. E. Gerretson, dentist, in New Ruble bkek, Willmar. If you are laboring under the impression that you are saving money by sending away for your groceries, we only ask for a chance to prove to you what we can do. Is not this a fair offer? We want you to make the test in fairness to yourself and to your home dealer. We invite you to bring your mail order lists and let us figure what we can do for you on them. If we meet the prices, you have the added advantage of seeing the goods before you buy. All we ask is the opportunity to prove what we can do, and will appreciate very much if you will come to us to investigate our claims in this matter. THE PALACE GROCERY BJORNBERG, BLOMQUIST & WAHLSTRAND, Willmar, Minn. Phone Mo. 199. Office 22tf With your fresh new season cos tumes, you're sure to conclude to have A PHOTO taken. You'll want the address of the studio that has «a reputation for ar tistic work and per fect finish. Satis factory work and reasonable prices. You'll find all this atpur studio—don't forget the address. If you want a per fect likeness at your best, your most at tractive expression and the most grace ful pose, have your photo taken at the BAKLUND STUDIO, Willmar, Minn. Gleaned from Our Exchanges New London Times: Rev. and Mrs. deen left today for Winthrop where they, will attend a meeting of the Bernadotte congre gation, it being the 40th anniversary of the organization Little' Knute oftoe, the three year old son of Dr. and Mrs. Hoftoe, has had alight touch of typhoid fever the past week......Miss Alma Swanson closed a very successful term of school down near Spicer last Friday, .and on Monday evening the pupils gave a very interesting program. ......Rev. t). C. Jordatal departed for Sioux City on Monday to visit the Norwegian Luth. Normal school at that place Mrs. Peter Hakanson and children, of Canada arrived here last Saturday for a visit at the home of J. M. Monsbn. They left for Will mar Monday, where they will remain until schooljs .out.......At the school board meet ing which Was held on the**26th of April," Ol P. Morgan of Minneapolis was elected prin cipal. Mr. Morgan is teaching at West Con cord, Minn., at the present titre. It is ex pected that he will move his family here this faU All last year's teachers were reelected, excepting Miss Nellie Morse, who will go. to Flandreau, S. Dak. 'Kerkhoven Banner: O. G. Hough was in Minneapolis the fore part of the week, to buy a team of Shetland ponies. The ponies ar rived Tuesday....:.MissJosieYoungberg spent Saturday and Sunday in Willmar......A daughter as born to Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bergstrand-, of Woods, on Wednesday ot last week T. G. Berge, I/. Jtyquiat and A. T. Archer were in Willmar Wednesday after noon for the purpose ofconferring with Supt, Bowen relative to the contemplated moving of the Kerkhoven elevators. The railway company intends putting in a new passing track here. Which would have necessitated moving the elevator track and elevators about 3 0 feet to the north of their present lo cations, bringing of the elevators, the and Northwestern, too close to the' main business portion of town. The situation was explained to Mr. Bowen and he prom ised to have his engineers look into the mat ter. The matter of having the ridge of clay on the north side of the right-of-way between 10th and 12th St's. taken away as also mentioned and the superintendent said he would keep the matter in mind and it it be came convenient to use it for filling would put in a shovel and have it removed. Raymond News: Dr. H. t,.', McLaughlin is now on the road for a Cincinnati drug company......Alfred Thompson left Tuesday for North Dakota to file on a claim in the vi cinity of Taylor Lee and Mae Somerville came down from Willmar last Saturday and drove out to the home of the latter to spend S*unday .A baby" boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nevil, residing on the P. C. Gil man farm last Saturday......Work on the branch ditch north of town. has already started and crews are at work, night and day. Electric lights'are used for illum ination at night. The ditch, starts on the Wenzel farm and will terminate in the main ditch. Albert and August Barbknecht were in Willmar on business last Monday and while there the latter disposed of his farm consisting of 120 acres in section 11, town of Edwards, to the Anderson Land Co., for a consideration of $3,450......The band at a recent meeting hired Prof, Hegstrom as instructor for a term of months and he will take up his residence here for that period and give instruction twice a week......Tbe Great Northern finished hauling dirt for the grade for the new passing track the first of the week and also for an unloading platform south of the track and the work train is now s. s. When-in need of paint call on us for the B. P. S. (Best Paint Sold). Buy your paint by years and square yards, not gallons. A low priced gallon frequently means a high priced job. The B. P. S. paint is not a 1 'patent" paint, but a pure lead, zinc and linseed oil paint containing no adulteration whatever. We have the most complete line of linseed oil, turpentine, varnishes of all kinds, floor, barn, buggy and wagon paint, varnish stains, dry colors, paint brushes, Jap-a-Lac, etc. Please call for free color card, all at Ohsberg, Selvig & Co's Hardware Store. lOf t^^VTOgr^...:,Uer.BtirggTaMS He-has has '•Hashers, Iowa to fill V'classic^i*!^ ehta that place: "The ministers'ifrom there, Rev. VanderMeg, "preached here "and also^ojiicited funds with which to start an Aca^m at Siopx Center,J a *hYt*£ Ttje Farmers' telephone line here is 'grow ing fast. Some ten new shareholders are agate being added and several more- ready to joto if the line is extended eastward into RoS&and township. That the phone is a verj^handy instrument to have in the house wasaagain proved hist week when 'sparks from the chimney set fire to the manure which was banked against the bouse at J. Niewenhuis' place. No men folks at home and the lady of the house sick In bcd.\ One of the girls gave a general ring along the phone and simply said, "Fire at Niewenhuis," and as fast as horses could bring them, neighbors were in the yard'and put out the fire before it had done any damage to the house. Atwater Republican-Press:. Martin Lar son^of Atwater, Minn., has been chosen cap tai&of Ihe University of Minnesota basket ball team for 1907, and under Larson's lead ership our gopher basketball fans expect to retain the western championship. He' was the unanimous choice of the seven men who participated in the election Miss Mabel A. Lindstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lindstrom of Lake Elizabeth, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Ek strom, at Hopkins, Minn., last Sunday, April 29,thecause of her death being typhoid fever. The funeral occurred yesterdav after noon at the Rosendale M. E. church. De ceased was born in this county -July 11, 1880. She was thus in the 21st year of her age, and had resided in the town of Lake Elisabeth the most of her life .Last Sun day the 2-year-old son of Mr. andMrs.Olaus Samsta, residing a couple of miles southeast of the village, was kicked by a horse and re ceived quite a serious injury The board of education met on Monday evening and elect ed Professor Irvin G. Page of Buffalo, Minn., as superintendent'of the public schools of this-place for the coming Bchool year at a salary of $l,000......While working at car pentering at the home of A. J. Amdahl south of the village, Martin Erickson fell to the ground. He landed on his feet, but on ac count of the distance of the fall he sprained his back -quite severely According to a resolution passed, at the recent meeting of the village council-and published in this issue, it behooves all who indulge in intoxicants to avoid becoming intoxicated, and appearing within reach of the village marshal.. By this resolution the marshal is instructed to ar rest any intoxicated person within his juris diction. Heretofore it seems to have been the'policy not to arrest any person intoxi cated unless he was disorderly and making quite a disturbance. But in theirvdetermina tion to keep out blind pigs the council has ordered the'arrest of any person who ap pears within the limits of the village in an intoxicated condition.......Mr. and Mrs. F. C- Peterson were at Hopkins several days this week where they attended the wedding of Jesper Jesperson and Miss Annie Frogner Me. Jesperson is a nephew of Mr. Peterson, He has established himself in the dairy bust ness at Hopkins and is doing a good bust new Mrs. Kragenbrlnk of Harrison been at Minneapolis during the past ten days receiving treatment for cancer. Mrs. Wesley Sanders, her daughter, went down to visji with her this week......J. Christonerson of Cokato was in Atwater this week looking after his confectionery business which he has just started here. Green Lake Breeze: The congregation of "the Swedish Lutheran church held ja. meeting Wednesday afternoon at which it was de- some horses have recovered the disease is cided to build the church on the lots north of generally fatal. The malady docs not seem *t.r«»h«»i i,«- i* «.-_ _„J. ». I to be contagious but is becoming so coin the school house. It has been de- cided whether to build of cement blocks or.. ers. Ws^B^®m®£®@m^iB^s£mgsm&®mmB$3^mi ^m%^sgmsmii!3m^®?r&mzn>&>'?.. They are Piojree Made, that's the rotton! a a a REPRESENTS TODAY AMD TOMORROW In England the Conservatives represent "yesterday and today," the Liberals "today" and tomorrow." In train service betweentheTwin Cities and Chicago, Th Pioneer Limited was the first train to break away from "yes~ terday and today/' and to give travelers the benefits of "today and tomorrow." Its route is via the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Leaves Minneapolis 8:00 p.m. St. Paul 8:35 p. m. arrives Union Station, Chic*ago, 8:55 a.m. Equipment includes standard and compartment sleepers with "longer, higher and wider berths," library-buffet car, dining car, chair car and coaches. Buy your ticket East from your local agent,but insist that it is over the Milwaukee Road between the Twin Cities and Chicago. W. B. DIXON NORTHWESTERN PASSENGER AGENT 365 ROBERT STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN. PRAIRIE LAND A. H. BROWN, liocal Agent, Kandiyohi Co. Bank Annex, Willmar} Minn. women's $3} and 3J°S shoes in town Jv fc were systematically tried out for wear and shape keeping,— ./ "COMPOSITE" and "GLORIA" shoes would stick out like a sore thumb We carry an unusually attractive assortment of Oxford Ties and Slippers. Some of the shapes you won't find in any other store and you certainly never saw any that fitted so well unless it was the same kind— Pingree Made. her speedy recovery is looked for George Houghton is the new buttermaker at the Hub creamery. His family has arrived and they are now nicely settled in their new home.....Jack Tait had the misfortune to lose his valuable driving mare this week. He was out for a short drive up?-the lake when the mare was suddenly taken sick and he was. unable to get her home. Dr. Ilstrup, from Willmar, was called but was unable to do anything for the animal and on Wednes day evening she was shot to put an end to her suffering. Several horses in neighboring towns have died from this same disease which comes quickly, paralyzing the hind parts. In some cases the attack is so sud den that the animal could not be moved from the barnyard into the stable. Though Children's and Misses', $1.00, $125, $1.50. Ladies', $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. Johnson Fridfond, Norma Co wood Ada Campbell is sick .with appendi citis. Dr. Newman of New London was called and the patient is so much better that tovmany horsehold- WITH TUBER. BMllsestlsM InCsjutefarmta sad attto. B—4 clisnte 6 fsalllMla ISO*. 800la ISOt. to A PB0TKN COUNTRY, with nilraaas, tMIlMtUB aa4 t*s* •nrksU, where «sa ask* BMSMjri SSBM hmMtMaslsft. Write fer free sna sal wsssriatleB. Bssy terass. HALT VABJt •XCCESIOHS. SCiHD.. CAJHSUI LUD CO* US WasUagtoa St., Callage. Spring Time Is also Paint Time Just try one can of Mound City Floor Paint or House Paint. If it does not prove satisfactory you need not pay for it. JAP-A-LAC The new Varnish Stain. Best thing on the market fer renewing old furni ture. JOHN LUNDQUIST. •-:-,• For Sale. ... House and barn on corner of First street and Becker avenue. Inquire of J. EMIL NELSON tf JOHN T. OTOS, ABSTRACTER AND CONVEYANCER Abstracts of Title to lands in Kan diyohi County furnished promptly, REAL E8TATE. INSURANCE AND 6TEAM8HIP TICKET8 Office in Bank of Willmar building. Phone M1 WILLMAR. MINN Roc Island 30 lbs. 32 lbs. 33 lbs.of 35 lbs. 2 lbs. m'm^smsm& viiimmmM&^^^^^^ss^^^^^s!mf^^^^i^^ FEWER GALLONS DEVtE PAINT IS PURE 15 DURABLE IS GUARANTEED IS SAFE TO U5 E For Color-card and Prices See 0. A. JACOBSON Agents for DCVOE PAINT THINGS PORT ARTHUR ROUTE "Straight as the Crow Files." KansasGtySouthern Railway EXTREMELY LOW RATES ON FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH The tide of immigration has turned to the South, where land is cheap and crops abundant. THE LAND OF FULFILLMENT. No other section of the country promises such great return from pro ducts of the soil and increased values. IT'S WORTH YOUR TIME. Write for free illustrated literature. H.D.DUTTON CHEAP HOMESEEKERS'RATES TO TEXAS F. E. ROESLER, THAV'L PAM. AOT. MeCmlVm M«*a*lB«(The Qaeea o£ Fs.hloa) haa _are subscriber* than any ether Ladies' Magazine. One year's subseription (is numbers) costs 5 0 Cests. Latest Somber, 5 cents. Every subscribergets a McCall Pat Ian Free* Subscribe today. I ItmdT Aajents Wanted. Handsome premiums or liberal cash commission. Pattern Catalogue(of 600 de signs) and Premium Catalogue (showing 40* premiums) t«Bt free. Address THE McCAJLL CO., New York. Dr.L. KHY^ S OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. CHRONIC DISEASES SUCCESSFULLY TREATED. CONSULTATION FREE. Office in Johnson Block, Willmar. Picture Frames and Framing to order to suit the most fastidious tastes. Carefully selected to match pictures. G. A. Baklund's 43tf. Photo Studio. and other Southwestern territory via Rock Island-Frisco Lines. Round trip: $25 from Chicago, $20 from St. Louis and Kansas City, $22.50 from Omaha to nearly all points in Texas. Low rates from other points and to points in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Okla homa, Indian Territory and New Mexico. Tickets on sale May 1 and 15, and June 15 and 19, good returning from Texas points 30 days from date ofjsale from other territory, 21 days fr6m date of sale. You can see more of the great Southwest by a tour over Rock Island-Frisco Lines than in any other way. Genial climates, rich soils and a wider range in crops and markets than is afforded by any other section. Take a look at the new Gulf Coast country, as it costs no more to go through to the Rio Grande River and the Gulf. Write me today for booklets and any information you need about the Southwest. State specifically con cerning what particular section you desire information. of Pinney's of Kneaded, Pinney's of Kneaded, JOHN SEBASTIAN Passenger Traffic Manager, Rock Island-Frisco Lines CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS Go via the Rock Island, return via the Frisco—See it all. FLOOR AND FEED Exchanged for wheat at our elevators in Willmar, Pen nock and Priam, and at Sanderson & Sen's, Kandiyohi. For Every Bushel of Mo. 1 Wheat We Give Best, 8 lbs. Bran, 4 lbs. Shorts 8 lbs. Bran, 4 lbs. Shorts no bran or shorts or no bran or shorts. 2 and 4 lbs. Flour less for No Best, Flour lets for No. Every sack of PINNEY'S BEST FLOUR Is guaranteed. It is the purest, it is the best, and COSTS NO MORE THAN OTHERS. For sale at the stores. HEW LONDON MILLING GO. «.(»-..J .^, WEARSr LOWER IMMIO'N AQCNT. S. 0. WARNER, 0. P. AT. A. IOS THAYER BLOG., KANSAS CITY, MO. *a TkanansMnnfeCall Patt«raasold lath* Vmtti Mates than of any otfcor atako «f pattern*. This ia accouat oi their etjrle, accuracy aae simplicity. or or 3.