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BEFORE USING.
Menno Zuidema v\as appointed
as town road builder at the last
meeting of the supervisors.
Joe Strafelda called at the town
clerk's office last Saturday.
Misses Rosie and Lizzie Svobod
ny, who have been working in the
cities for the last three or four
months, returned home last Tues
day.
The Damhof family were out
fishing at Lake Waconda last Satur
day.
The H. F. Bruss family spent
Sunday evening with the Nanko
Voss family.
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/AYIAKE
NIBBLE^
NORWAY LAKE, June 17.—
Miss Carrie Arneson, who has been
ill for a long time, is reported to
be worse again. Dr. Johnson of
Willmar was summoned last Sun
day and found his patient in a low
condition, and there is said to be
very little hope for her recovery,
altho the many friends sincerely
wish for her recovery.
The little infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Christcnson died last
HORSEMEN!
I have for this season two stal
lions that possess every essential to
make them superior in their clas
ses. Their breeding is gilt-edge
and for beauty and conformation
they are second to none. Such
horses are the black, imported stal
lion Castel (52026) and the standard
bred horse San Paulo 30133). Cas
tel will be at Kandiyohi Mondays,
at Willmar (Freese's livery barn)
Tuesday till Friday noon, and at
Spicer Saturdays. S an a
(30133) will be at Freese's livery
barn in Willmar during the season.
163 A. 0 Newcomb.
INplbuyingepaint,
the paint itse this 10 per cent saving of your painter time is import \nt
Further, S Paint iroduces a be lutiful glossy finish tuat will last twice as
long as any finish that can be secured by the use of so-called cheap paints
By Spreading Capacity, Ease of Application, and Durability B. S.
Paint is the Most Economical.
OHSBERG, SELVIG& CO.
ROSBLAND
ROSELAND, June 17.—Summer
has come'at last, and it is welcome.
Road work and corn cultivating
is the order of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dragt and
son, who have been visiting with
their uncle, Rev. J. Dragt, for the
last few weeks, left again last Tues
day for their home at Ellendale,
Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. John Streaka and
family, from Muscatine, Iowa, aie
visiting with Rev. J. Dragt.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Svobodny
and daughter spent Sunday with
Mrs. John Hirman near Priam.
Mrs. J. Huisinga is visiting with
relatives in Danube and Hector for
a few days.
Tom Stob and H. F. Rruss made
a trip to Danube last Friday to haul
out three corrugated steel culverts
for the town, to be ut-ed in the
county ditches.
T. Stob and Road Overseer Joe
Stiafelda put in a 36-mch steel cul
vert in the county ditch b\ the
Roseland church last Monday.
spreading power, ease of
application and durabili
ty
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S Sealed E\idence-(patnt costs color card and plates of colt led
Sunday evening. The poor little
child had suffered much ever since
its biith and death was a welcome
relief from is sufferings. The fu
neral will occur from the home to
morrow (Tuesday) and the funeral
services will be conducted by Rev.
Halvorson of Spicer.
Mrs. S. Hatlestad was taken seri
ously ill last Friday and Dr. New
man from New London was called,
who found his patient suffering
from some heart trouble, which has
afflicted her some for several years
At this writing she is slowly im
proving and there is good hope foi
her recovery.
Oscar Mankell had the mi&fortunc
last Monday of having a stiaw shed
fall down on his nice herd of cattle,
with the result that four were dug
out dead and ten wore taken out
alive but so badly hurt that it was
found necessary to kill five of the
animals later on. The many
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mankell
resolved to show their sympathy in
this serious financial loss, and last
Sunday sprung a surpi lse on them
and made them a present of a purse
of fifty dollars.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Monson of
Ovvatonna, Minn., who were .pres
ent at the Quam-Johnson wedding
in New London and later visited in
this community, left for their home
last Mondav.
Misses Agnes and Alma Thomp
son, who have been visiting at the
home of Stene for a while, will
leave for their home near Owatonna
this week.
Julius Skaalerud was in Willmar
last Sunday.
Farmer Boy.
S up burg Subjects
SUNBURG, June 17.—Mrs. S.
Quame closed a very successful term
of school in the Quame district last
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Gafkjen came
home recently after an extended
visit with relatives and friends in
Douglas county.
Misses Maria Rime and Tiille
Sponum went to Leeds, N. D., a
few days ago.
Mrs. Gunhild Strandbraaten is
around calling on friends and old
acquaintances in thisneighborhr.oJ.
The old lady carries the weight of
her 85 years with remarkable
strength and ease.
Andrew Jorgenson is beautifying
the residence of P. A. Gandrud with
a very becoming coat of paint.
The many friends and admiiers
of Miss Oline C. Bjorkerud and
Mr. Tosten A. Frovold were more
than surprised last Saturday a week
ago, when they learned that said
couple went to Willmar that day in
order to embark for life in the
same canoe. A number of those
who apparently- took the affair with
the highest enthusiasm riepared to
give the happy couple tl honor of
a regular old-fashioned "chariva
but were prevented by heavy
rain which made the roads soft so
the artillery could not maneuver.
SAV PAULO 30133
REGISTERED STANDARD BREDTROTTING HORSE
Sire of some of the best trotting colts in the state.
AT FREESE LIVERY BARN, WILLMAR
CASTEL (52026) 40846
REGISTERED IMPORTED BLACK PERCHERON STALLIOM
A Freese barn, Willmar, Tuesday until Friday noon.
A Spicer livery barn Saturday until 4 p. m.
A Kandiyohi livery barn Monday until 4
A. O. NEWCOMB, Manager.
Get estimates on Sidewalk, Curbing,
Cement Floors, Steps and Border from
Nelson Bros, Paving & Construction Co.
A I I in
ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED.
ALFRED BERflESOM, Mgr. Willmar Braneh, 412 Jessie St. ?hone 29t.
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man? peo-
mak the mistake of
simply considering first cost
They think only of the price
per gallon THIS RESULTS
IN THIS SELECTION OF A
LOW-PRICED SHORT
LIVED, A E A E
PAINT
The right way to buy paint
is to consider—not primarily
what it costs per gallon—but
S Paint, as regards
spreading capacitj, is more
economical than A so-called
'cheap paint It will cover
at least 25 per cent more sur
face This is largely due to
the much finer grinding it re
ceives
On aeeount of pure lead,
/mc, and linseed oil used, per
fect formula, and tine grind
ing S Paint is fully 10
per cent easier to apply than
coarse, adulterated paint
As cost of applying paint is
about twice as expensive as
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^PICERETTC$
SPICER, June 17.—Miss Minnie
Thompson went to Irving last Sat
urday for a few days' visit with
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Sand and
sister-in-law, Mrs. Ole Sand, visit
ed with Sigvald Olson on Monday.
Mrs. O. Sand returns tomorrow to
her home near Warren, on a farm
across the line in North Dakota.
Mrs. Oscar Anderson and chil
dren, of New London, are visiting
with hei sister, Mrs. August Mul
ler, west of town.
Misses Agnes Kulset and Elsie
Thorn of New London visited with
their friend Hannah Peterson of
Spicer Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. John Berg of Willmar ar
rived a Spicer this afternoon to at
tend her niece, Amanda Ronning.
Mrs. Emma Downs came home
from Willmar Monday, where her
husband is staying at present for
medical treatment.
One of the oldest and most well
known settlers of the county, Arne
Olson, died last Sunday evening at
seven o'clock from heart failure.
He had been feeling the same as
usual all day and was sitting con
versing with the family when he
fell from his chair and died imme
diately. Arrangements have been
made to have the funeral Wednes
day afternoon at one o'clock at the
home, after which the cortege will
proceed to the church at Eag]o Lr»ke
and the remains will be interred in
the cemetery of that church. Rev.
J. S. Halvorson will officiate.
Misses Mattie and Katie Olson of
Minneapolis arrived here this after
non to attend the funeral of their
father.
Miss Hannah Peterson came home
today from Willmar, where she has
been staying since P'riday.
Mrs. Adolph Norman enjoyed
A I E S OXFORD S O and
ends and discontinued lasts in kid
and patent leather oxfords, welts
and turns mostly all
narrow lasts, former
ly sold at $2 50 to $3,
to close at
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Corset
One lot of slightly
out of date corsets, in
large variety of styles
and materials, former
ly sold for
$1 to $2,
to close
at
'jiiJkfiiW
Just received a
fine assortment of
Gold Wedding Rings
Direct from the manufactory
therefore can save youth
profit of the middleman
sen, of Benson, a little sister and
two little brothers, and also an
aunt, Mrs. Bohn of Wheaton, from
Thursday till Saturday of last week.
Don't fail to come to the grand
concert by the Arpi Quartet at Spi
cer next Thursday evening.
Quite a number of young people
from different parts of the county
attended the sociable at August
Muller's place last Thursday. The
proceeds were ten dollars.
Misses Maud Howard and Minta
Campbell left last Saturday for
Minneapols, where they went to at
end the summer school.
Miss Anna Olson came home last
Thursday from St. Cloud, where
she was one of the class that grad
uated from the Normal school last
week.
Mrs. John Henderson of Minnea
polis arrived here Saturday to visit
for some time with relatives and
friends in Spicer and vicinity.
Henry J. Thorvig, mail driver on
Route 2, is enjoying a few days'
vacation. He left on Thursday to
attend a Rural Mail Carriers' con-
visit from her mother, Mrs. E. Nor-' was the proceeds, wh'ich goes to the
Anoka. His mother ac-
companied him to Minneapolis to
visit with relatives and friends.
The social at Carl Norsten's place
Saturday evening was a success in
every respect. Some over $12.50
Clearance Sales at
The Leading Store
AR
As we expect to move into our new quarters in about
thirty days, we are anxious to close out as many goods
as possible prior to that time. In every department we
have some very good closing out bargains.
QUITE A FEW ODDS AND ENDS AND BROKEN LOTS
THAT WE MUST CLOSE OUT REGARDLESS OF PRICE
Bargains in Shoes
E N S S O E S O and
ends in men's Crossett Shoes
formerly sold at $4.00 to $5 00,
to close at
N S LOW SHOE S and a
few tan colored high shoes for
merly sold at $2 50 to 14 00,
to close at
Children's Hosiery
a pair of our "Round Ticket Hose for boys and girls.
The are easy top on and hard to wear out.
PETERSON& WEILIN
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D. Elmquist's
Jewelry Store
Benson Avenue
mission society of the Swedish Mis
sion church at New London.
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of Anna McRae of Harri
son to Albert Dahl, the prosperous
merchant of that place.
Mrs. Gena Jacobson, her little
daughter Ruth, and Miss Josephine
Jacobson came home Friday, after
visiting for some time with rela
tives at Thief River Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jacobson and
daughter, Mrs. John Carlson, left
on Saturday for an extended visit
in the state of Iowa.
Road work was commenced in
Green Lake township last Saturday.
The new road grader was then first
put to practical use.
The members of the Swedish Lu
theran Saron church and all other
friends are kindly invite to attend
the social given by Mrs. 0 Sonder
son in the basement of the church
at Spicer Thursday afternoon and
evening, June 27.
The Swedish Lutheran congrega
tion of Spicer is planning to have
a church picnic at Spicer the Fourth
of July. Program and other ar
rangements will be printed later.
Amanda Ronning returned from
a visit with relatives a Elbow Lake
last Wednesday. At this writing
she is reported quite sick.
ONE LO ladies' and
shoes, odds and
ends from vari
ous lines, to be
closed at
men
Waists
A large and varied assortment of
this season's make, all white, long
and short sleeves. This also in
cludes the Pete Pa styles..v Val
ues at $1.25
to $1.50,
to close
at
cms* J. a vai
$1u each
26c
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WILLMAR,MINN.
Personal Mention
William Nord went to Marshall
last night.
Peter Hedblom went to Minnea
polis last Monday.
E. 6 R. Johnson and Albin Lar
son returned last Saturday from
their trip to Fergus Falls.
Andrew Peterson is attending the
meeting of the National Furniture
Dealers' Association at Chicago this
week.
Mrs. Tilda E. Iverson returned
to her home at Echo, Minn., after
a week's visit with her daughter,
Mrs. K. T. Otos.
Miss Vage Strom returned last
Monday to her home at Parkers
Prairie after a week's visit here
wtih Mrs. Martin Forsberg.
Prof. K. A. Killander of the G.
A. College of St. Peter was in the
city last Saturday He is acting as
advance man for the Arpi quar
tette.
Miss Julia Tornquist, who has
spent some time in this city with
her aunt, Mrs. John Galliford,
leaves this week for her home at
Little Falls. Minn.
Jesse Larson returned to his home
at Nest Lake last Saturday, after
having been engaged in erecting
buildings on the Nils Johnson farm
in town of Kandiyohi.
Misses Marie Nelson and Birdie
Ramsett left last Saturday for Min
neapolis, where they will attend'the
six weeks summer school for teach
ers at the state university.
&
Miss Ida Johnson of Dassel ar
rived Saturday and is visiting at
the home of Emil Bjornberg. She
will visit with relatives in this
community for about a month.
Misses Hedvig and Edith Lind
holm returned from St. Cloud last
Thursday. The former graduated
from the Normal school. A friend,
Miss Effa Ellis, accompanied them
for a visit at the Lindholm home.
Miss Ellen Syse came down from
Kerkhoven last Saturday. She
spent a couple of days visiting with
friends in this city. On Monday
she accompanied Mrs. John Wein
to Renville for a visit at the latter's
home.
Rev. and Mrs. Walter Finch of
Willard, Minn., visited with the
W. L. Geer family here last Friday
and Saturday. They were on the
way home from a wedding they had
attended at a former charge of Rev.
Finch.
Henry Wilson of Atwater was in
the city last Monday on his way to
Craton, Neb., where a brother,
William Wilson, is seriously ill.
Two brothers from Valley City, N
D., were also summoned to his
bedside. ",
Prof. Arthur Nelson, who will
have charge of the New London
schools next year, was in the cit
last Monday on the way to his new
location. He had just returned
from Minneapolis, where he had
been to assist in marking the papers
for the state eaxminations.
You will be consulting your own
interest if you take all the advantage
you possibly can of our Great In
ventory sale.
THE PROGRESS.
MISCELLANEOUS WANT COLUMN
O 'RENT—Furnished flat.
Mrs. J. J. Hess, 413 Second street.
14f
ROOMS FOR RENT—Some de
sirable rooms to let in the Johnson
Block. 15f
W A N E for general
housework. Apply at 710 Fifth
street. 17f
HOUSE FOR RENT-Suitable
for keeping boarders. Inquire of
M. O. Thorpe. 12f
O E N O furnished
room. Inquire of E. Ohsberg at
the hardware store. ll
HOUSE AND LOTS in First
ward for sale cheap, if taken at
once. L. Halvorson. 14f
HOUSE FOR RENT—Large and
roomy corner Ninth street and
Becker ave. W. GRATZ. 182
PASTURE FOR CATTLE—On
the old Bertelson farm, two miles
west of the city.
182 W. F. GRATZ.
FOR SALE—Desirable residence
property lots on south Fifth street.
For particulars write to Geo. E.
Johnson, Atwater, Minn. 174
WANTED—Young girl to take
care of children and help around
the house. Apply to Mrs. N. B.
Carlson, 329 Becker avenue est.
FOR SALE—A 6-room -»-so as
good as new. Also a larjre barn.
Lot 75x150 feet. Located orner
lot. Price, $1800. A. Brow 4
FOR S A E A 6-room house,
small barn and, one lot in Te ring's
.addition. Price $1300.00 terms,
$100 cash, balance at $15 per month.
15f Anderson Land Co.
VILLAGE RESIDENCE O
SALE—I will sell at a bargain my
residence property in New London.
Anyone desiring to buy a comfort
able home dwelling in an ideal lo
cation will please call and investi
gate what I have to offer.
C. M. Lawson, New London.
Money to Loan
Money to loan on Southern Minne
sota farms, direct to owner where
Wehave no agents. Agents wanted.
Address: M. R. Waters, Securety
Bank Bldg. Minneapolis, Minnesota
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at is
what your
adrertis
ing it, and
it will be of
interest to
the public,
and'brine to yon that increase of business you are
looking for if you give us your store new* to print.
Dr. C. E. Gerretson, dentist.
Office in new Ruble block, Willmaf.
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Vatiilla!
All we want is that you will takp a look in our south
window, where you will see the true Vanilla Bean and
Extract made from same. A full measure 2-oz bot
tle 25 cents—pure as pure can be.
Elfstrum St Co. Pharmacy
I S E E
Pair
I now nicely located in its new place 'of business, and is
in shape to take care of its customers to mutual advantage
in all its departments. I addition to the lines of general
merchandise before carried we have added
Flour, Feed and Seeds
We have purchased the business of Erickson or Co. in
these lines and Mr. Arnold Erickson will remain in charge
of this department. Goods promptly delivered to any
part of the city. Your patronage will be greatly appre
ciated. Phone 301.
Benson Ave. S. Magnuson,Prop'r
WALL PAPER
We are now stocked up in the new 1907 line
of Wall Paper and would be pleased to have
37ou call and see it. If you are contemplating
making any changes in your rooms now is a
good time to make the selections.
W carry a fine line of samples
to select from.
Carlson Bros. & Frost
Willmar, Minnesota.
New Machine and
Repair Shop
W have erected a new machine shop on the corner of
Third street and Becker avenue, just two blocks south of
freight depot, and are prepared to take care of all machine
repair work.
Gas and Steam Engine Work
a specialty
We solicit work in these lines and give all jobs entrust
ed to us careful and prompt attention.
Oman & Johnson
R. OMAN C. A. JOHNSO N
Lumber Lumber!
It yon Intend building: bring: your lumber bill
to our W a and get our prices tor
lumber trom our Priam lumber yard. W will
save you money on a a bill as well as on a
larger bill.
New Loudon Milling Co.
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HOT LUNCHES.
N. Schagel has invested in a con
trivance known as a steaming table,
which will keep the soups and vict
uals that he serves steaming hot at
all times. He is catering to the
public that likes to have their
lunches served in the most appetiz
ing manner, and respectfully solicits
a call.
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