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Further, 11 P. S. Paint produces a beautiful, glossy finish, that will last twice
as long as. anv finish that can secured bv the use of so-called "cheap" paints.
By Spreading Capacity, Ease of Application, and Durability, B. P. S.
Paint is the most Economical.
OHSBERG,SELVIG& CO.
Ask tor II P. S. Seaied EWdenee,—(paint costs, color card and plates of colored
houses)—FREE.
FaHiiw—
Fahlun, May 18.—Some of the
young people of this town attended
a surprise party in town of Lake
Lillian last Sunday afternoon.
C. P. Holm went ta Minneapolis
last week to seek medical aid.
Ernest Freed spent Sunday at his
parental home here.
Miss Ellen Lindblad is teaching
parochial school in Dist. 68 at pres
ent.
Theodore Granquist, who had his
eye seriously injured some time
ago, is rapidly improving.
V. E. Holm of New London spent
Sunday at his parental home here.
Miss Alvilda Lundin has returned
from Minneapolis.
John Freed has bought the H.
Parson farm in this town.
The Fahlun ball team landed
their first victory last Sunday in
their clash with the Thorpe-Lake
Lillian team. The boys appeared
for the first time in their new cos
tumes and made quite a good ap
pearance. They beat their oppo
nents by a score of 14 to 1. A.
Freed was the slab artist for our
boys and did not allow the Thorp
ites a single hit. The boys have a
game scheduled for May 30 with the
VVhitefield team.
SUNBURGH
SUNBEAMS
Sunburg, May 18 Ole R. Olson
returned home from Ray, N. D.,
last Sunday night.
Mrs. Lewis Bendickson visited
relatives and friends at Alexandria,
Minn., last week.
Quite a number of our young
folks celebrated the 17th of May a'.
Scandinavian Lake and reported a
most enjoyable time.
K. H. Moen of Sunburg shipped
a carload of cattle to Sout St. Paul
last Monday.
Mary Rime visited with Annie
Rudningen from Saturday till Sun
day.
Mrs. Berg and Theodore and Mel
vin Berg visited at Ludvig Hagen's
place last Sunday.
Ida Gronseth has returned home
from Sunburg, where she has been
staying for the last three weeks.
Molly.
All aboard before the boom
starts.
Several Willmar properties just
sold more to be had at bargains.
Fire insurance also written.
When your policies expire call at
my office and see what I can do for
you. Lewis Johnson.
1 Office, 214 4th Street.
Use MOSSBERGS' WONDER
FUL HEALER for barb wire cuts
and wounds of all kind* on horses
ami other animals. Heals without
leaving a scar. 1418
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many peo-
mak the of
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per gallon. THIS RKBULTS
IN TUB SELECTION OK A
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LIVED. ADULTERATED
PAINT.
The right way to buy paint
is to consider-not primarily
what it cost per gallon-but
spreading power, ease
of application and dura
bility.
B. P. S. Paint, as regards
spreading capacity, is more
economical than a so called
"cheap" paint. It will co
ver at least 25 per cent more
surface. This is largely due
to the much finer grinding
it receives.
On account of pure lead,
7inc, and linseed oil used,
perfect formula, and fine
grinding. B. P. S. Paint is
fully lO per cent easier to
apply than coarse, adultera
ted paint. As cost of apply-
ing paint is about twice as
In the Churches
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES.
Next Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., preaching services 12
m., Sabbath school 6:30 p. m.,
Christian Endeavor meeting. Mid
week services each Wednesday at
7:45 p.m. All are cordially invit
ed to any or all of these services.
SWEDISH M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Ep
worth League meeting at 6:45 p.
m. Preaching service at 7:30 p. m.
NORW. LUTH. SYNOD CHURCH.
Sunday, May 31, services with
communion in the forenoon. Sun
day school at 12:15. In the even
ing, at 7:30, English services with
Baccalaureate sermon for the grad
uating class at the Seminary. The
Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs.
J. R. Petersen on Saturday at 2:30
p. m. The Vikor Ladies society
meets with Mrs. 0. Skaftedahl on
Friday afternoon.
SWEDISH MISSION CHURCH.
Regular services next Sunday at
11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p. m. Young
People's meeting at 6.45 p. m.
LUTHERAN FREE CHURCH.
Midweek services Thursday even
ing at 7:45. Regular services next
Sunday at 103:0 a. m. and 7:45 p.
m. Sunday school and Bible class
at 12:15 m. You are cordially in
vited.
SW. LUTH. BETHEL CHURCH.
There will be services next Sun
day evening. Midweek services
next Thursday evening. The La
dies Society meets tomorrow
(Thursda)y afternoon in the church
basement. They will be enter
tained by Mesdames John A. John
son and August Hoglund. Rev.
Peterson has been attending a mis
sion meeting at New London this
week.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is only
one way to cure deafness, and that is bj con
stitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is
inflamed 3011 have a rumbling sound or im
perfect hearing, and when it is entirely clos
ed, Deatness is the result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever, nine cases out of ten
are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deatness (caused bj catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hail's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free.
Farmers,
ATTENTION
Fancy Cash Prices Paid for
SWEETCREAM
Delivered at our factory
For further particulars
call at the office.
Willmar Bakery
Ice Cream Co.
Cor. Gth St. and Litchfield Avenue.
Telephone 60, call 2.
F. J. CHENEY «c CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Dryggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Rev. Peterson goes to Kandiyohi
this afternoon to officiate at the
marriage of Miss Anna V. Lund
quist to Edwin Hallstrom, which
takes place at four o'clock at the
home of the brides mother, Mrs.
John Lundquist, at Kandiyohi vil
lage.
&
Personal Mention
Father Malloy went to Atwater
last Monday.
P. Winkleman of Granville N. D.
was in the city Sunday.
Erick Nelson went to Clara City
Thursday on business.
Miss Anna Carlson of Kandiyohi
spent Sunday in the city.
Mrs. W. J. Pinney visited friends
in Minneapolis last week.
Mrs. Martin Olson of Atwater
was a Willmar visitor last Friday.
Mrs. N. Mclntire went to the
cities Thursday noon for a brief
visit.
John Monson came down Saturday
from New London, where he is
working.
Miss Emma Johnson of White
field came up from Minneapolis last
Saturday.
A. S. Nash, a cousin of Clerk of
Court Ramsett, visited in the city
last Monday.
C. A. Skeie of New London was
in the city last Sunday en route
from Benson.
Mrs. Melinda Hagen has been
visiting friends in Willmar the
past few days.
H. T. Olson made a trip to St.
Cloud last week to look up the
marble market.
John Nelson came up from Ray
mond Saturday to spend Sunday I
with his family.
E. P. Mathews of Marshall made
a brief call in our city between
trains last Saturday.
John Brandt of Murdock was in
the city last Monday en route from
a trip to Sioux City.
Gunder Osmundson of New Lon
don was in the city Monday en
route for Minneapolis.
Editor and Mrs. Geo. E. Johnson
of Atwater spent Sunday with rela
ives and friends in Willmar.
Andrew Nordloef went to the
cities Monday noon on business con
nected with the new auto, wheel.
M. O. Thorpe left last Monday
for Grant county, S. Dak., to look
after some farming interests he has
there.
Mrs. 0. H. Nelson left for Fargo,
N D.., last Monday for a visit.
Mr. Nelson left for Spicer on the
same day.
Mrs. Bjorkman and children vis
ited with the A. H. Hanson family
in town of Dovre for a few days
last week.
Mesdames William Peterson and
O. J. Ahlstrom went to Spicer
Wednesday to visit at the home of
John Ahlstrom.
Messrs. C. T. Skindelien, E. E.
Rood and H. E. Ekren drove down
from Arctander last Monday to at
tend probate court.
Miss Hilda Tingholm came up
from Minneapolis last Saturday for
a visit with her sister, Mrs. C. A.
Johnson of this city.
Mrs. A. N. Osterholm of West
Superior, Wis., and children have
been visiting friends in the city dur
ing the past two weeks.
Darwin Olson came up from At
water Saturday to take in the ball
game between the High school nine
and the Litchfield team.
Mrs. Algot Peterson and children
left last Saturday afternoon for
Minneapolis for a few days' visit
with relatives and friends.
A. H. Brown left for Bowman,
N. D.. yesterday, with a party of
landseekers. Mr. Brown also ex
pects to go with another crowd on
June 2.
Mrs. Hans Johnson and little son,
of Kerkhoven, came down last Sat
urday to spend Sunday at the home
of Dr. Christian Johnson, returning
home Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Frederickson
of Murdock returned to their home
last Monday after a week's visit
with their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Strandberg.
Dr. C. Johnson was called to
Kenmare, N. D., last Thursday
evening, to the home of Nels Ham
pen, whose daughter was seriously
ill. He returned Monday morning.
John Thompson, Richard Essen
and Hezekiel Soderlund, of New
London, were in the city last Mon
day en route for Bowman, N. D.,
where they will each locate on a
homestead.
John Mossberg and wife left on
Saturday for Minneapolis for a
brief stay. They expect to make
their home at Mercedes, in Came
ron county, Texas. They will
leave Minneapolis June 2.
Miss Elvira Rasmuson came up
from Minneapolis last evening.
Miss Rasmuson has been a student
at the Minnesota College this year
and will spend her vacation at her
home in town of Whitefield.
Mr. and Mrs. Abel Keyes, who
have made their home in Ellendale,
N. D., during the past year, spent
Sunday with Mr. Keyes' sister,
Mrs. W. DeLaHunt. They left on
Mnoday morning for Menaska, Wis.
Henry Parson and Mrs. Hedman
and daughter Edith left last Mon
day evening for Seattle, Wash.,
where they intend to make their
future homes. Mr. Parson had
just disposed- of his big farm in
town of Fahlun.
Rev. M. M. Midthun was in the
city last Monday on his return from
a trip to Williams county, N. D.
He says large areas of land have
been put into grain for the first
time this year. Sunday rain was a
copious one there.
a Maly 18.—Mrs. John
Thome and children, of Ogilvie,
are visiting her parents here.
Rev. Carlson of Belgrade con
ducted services at the Methodist
church Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mickelson,
old residents of Colfax, are having
a new home built in Belgrade and
will move there as soon as it is
completed.
Geo. Johnson went to the cities
via Belgrade last Wednesday.
Mrs. Carrie Danielson of New
London is visiting her sister, Mrs.
B. Olson, and other relatives and
friends here.
Miss Aldena Carlson visited in
Belgrade for a few. days last week,
and served as one of the judges at
the gold medal oratorical contest
held there last Thursday.
"Syttende Maj" was celebrated at
the Thompson Hotel, Lake Andrew,
Sunday afternoon, and a dance
was given in the evening.
Believes in the Merits of the
CrossettSho forMen
FOR
"OVE TH
E 4™
There's nothing more suitable
or satisfactory te wear right now
and on through the summer than
the new CROSSETT oxfords.
All the comfort which makes
CROSSETTS famous and all the
style you could possibly want-even
in a holiday mood.
CROSSETT oxfords have that
mighty satisfactory habit of follow
ing snugly the shape of your ankle
without unsight
ly gaping or un
comfortable
slipping at the
heel.
W have them
in all desirable
leathers and
with the many
little original
touches of one
kind and anoth
er which make
you glad to keep your feet in sight.
Don't get away for the "4th"
without a pair.
THE CROSSETT SHOE
"Makes Life's Walk Easy"
Peterson & Wellin,
Calle.
Charles Norberg and little son
Harold came up from Minneapolis
last Saturday for a visit with Mr.
Norberg's mother, Mrs. Hannah
Norberg of Fahlun. and other rela
tives and friends in this county.
Mr. Norberg is a Kandiyohi county
boy who has made Minneapolis his
home for a number of years.
Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Teigen were
in the city yesterday en route from
Minneapolis to Spicer, where they
will remain for some time for an
outing at Green lake. The doctor
and his wife are well known by
many of our readers, as they lived
at "Oak Grove" on the shores of
George lake a few years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson left
yesterday for Darwin for a week's
visit with relatives.
The Leadin Store
Look fit when
you take your
little trip for
over the "4th".
Get into holi
day clothes to
really get into
the 1 day
mood.
How about
shoes?
Willmar, Minn.
fflNGVLUV
Ringville, May 18.—The Gaus
dahl Ladies Aid society met with
Ella Christopherson last Wednesday.
The illustrated temperance lec
ture given in Gausdahl church last
Monday and Tuesday evenings by
A. S. Sather of Rice Lake, Wis.,
was both interesting and instruc
tive to young and old.
Mr. Sather was accompanied by
Mr. John Waldal of Ashawa, Minn.,
who delivered a very interesting
leevture on the question, "Are the
Saloons Lawful?''. This was great
ly enjoyed by all present.
The Aurora Y. P. S. meets with
the Hendrickson sisters in Belgrade
on Sunday, May 24.
Rev. Tolo is reported to be very
ill with pneumonia.
Peter Quisberg and family visit
ed at Lars Anderson's home Sun
day.
Thomas Iverslie visited with old
friends here the first part of the
week.
George Johnson made a trip to
Willmar between trains last
Wednesday.
KANOROm
@CUUJEfi
Kandiyohi, May 18. August
Benson was in Willmar on business
last Wednesday.
Mrs. Matt Cody and daughter
Mrs. John Mossberg, of Willmar,
were visitors at the home of Dan
Downs a few days last week.
Albert Enblom left last Wednes
day for Clarkfield, Minn., to attend
to some business for the Nelson
Bros.' Paving & Construction Co.
of Minneapolis.
Chas. Berg of Minneapolis came
up last Monday to do the concrete
work on George Enblom's new resi
dence.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Norine at
tended the LaSalle-Norine wedding
in Fahlun last Saturday.
Hans Flygare was in Atwater on
business last Friday.
Walter Olson of Gennessee is as
sisting Anderson & Olson with car
penter work.
Chas. Kroona went to Litchfield
Friday to seek medical aid.
Two weddings will take place
here on Wednesday—one at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erick
son, when their daughter Martha
will be united in marriage to Mr.
William Nystrom of Cherokee,
Iowa and the other at the home of
Mrs. John Lundquist in the village,
when her daughter Anna Victoria
will be married to Mr. Edwin Hall
strom. A reception will be given
in the hall in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Glader of
Atwater spent Sunday visiting with
the latters' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Norman.
Erick Erickson was in New Lon
don last Tuesday.
Miss Hilma Anderson is at pres
ent staying at the home of her sis
ter Mrs. C. J. Berg in Gennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lundquist of
Minneapolis came up last Thursday
to be present at the wedding of
Mr. Lundquist's sitser and also for
a visit at the home of his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Peterson of
Gennessee spent Sunday visiting
with relatives here.
Chas. Gabrielson is having a cel
lar made under his store building.
Peter Tulin is having the founda
tion made for his two-story store
building. Cornelius Aune is doing
the mason work, with the assist
ance of Martin Melander.
Elmer Johnson was around re
pairing the telephone line a few
days last week.
The village school is now busy
preparing for an entertainment
which will be given in the hall
next Friday evening.
John Ostling was in Willmar on
Tuesday, attending to some busi
ness matters.
Mr. Govig of Willmar was here
a few days last week attending to
some business for the opening of
his restaurant.
Ed Hallstrom was off duty a few
days last week, attending to some
business matters down the line.
P. E. Anderson, Walter Olson
and Chas. Berg had some exciting
experience last Saturday evening
while coming home from their
work. They were all three riding
in a top buggy and when nearly at
the end of their journey the horse
shied at something and made a sud
den turn, upsetting the buggy and
throwing them all out. The buggy
and harness were somewhat dam
aged, but the boys congratulate
each other on escaping with a few
scratches. Mike.
A Dandelion Care.
The Tribune is in receipt of a
circular containing an article by
the botanist of the North Dakota
Experiment Station in which is
given an effective means of getting
rid of the dandelion on the lawns,
parks, roadsides and meadows.
The remedy consists in spraying
with a solution of iron sulphate,
which kills the dandelion and other
weeds, but not the grass. Success
ful application requires a com
pressed air spraying machine in
order to make the spray very fine,
as large drops would be a waste of
the solution and might injure the
grass. It is suggested that cities
and towns own a spraying outfit for
the use of its citizens and thus as
sist in keeping down the dandelion
nuisance.
Absolutely
Pare
From Grapes,
the most healthful
of fruits, comes the
chief ingredient of
Real Estate Transfers.
TOWN OP WHITEFIELD.
May 11—Edward Witt to John
T. Johnson, and R. A. Van Nest,
nh of sei, sec. 8, and nwi of swi,
sec. 9, 120 a., $3600.
TOWN OF EDWARDS.
May 13—Frank C. Gilman to
Wm. B. Northrup, sei, sec. 20, 160
a., $1 and other valuable consider
ations.
May 16—State of Minnesota to
Charles Torkelson, sei, sec. 36.
TOWN OF WILLMAR.
May 13—State of Minnesota to
Charles Johnson, nwi of nei, si of
nwi, sec. 36, 120 a.
TOWN OF GREEN LAKE
May 15—Probate Court to Han
nah Murray et al, si "of nei, sec.26,
80 a.
TOWN OF NEW LONDON.
May 11—Wm. Olson to Leon D.
C. Crommett, nwi of sei, see. 30,
and on Echo Beach lots 18, 19, 20
and 21, 40 a., $1800.
May 11—Nels Hendrickson to
Noah Swenson, s. 30 a. of sei of
sei, sec. 30, and n. 30 a. of nei of
nei, sec. 31, $1000.
VILLAGE OF PENNOCK.
May 11—St. P. M. & M. Ry. Co.
to Carl A. Bergman, lot 22, bl. 3,
$25.
May 11—St. P. M. & M. Ry. Co.
to Carl A. Bergman, lots 5, 6 and
7, bl. 5, $75.
VILLAGE OF SPICER.
May 11—Christian Clauson to
Milton H. Courtright, lots 11, 12
and 13, bl. 2, First add., $150.
May 11—Noah Swenson to Nels
Hendrickson, lot 3, bl. 20, $1000.
VILLAGE OF RAYMOND.
May—Caroline Hier to Ole J. Bjer
ke, lot 12, bl. 4, $675.
CITY OF WILLMAR.
May 11—Wm. E. Hays to R. P.
Rasmusson, part of lot 3 of sub-div.
of nei, 150x65 ft. exc. a strip 10 ft.
wide off north end for driveway,
sec. 16, unplatted parts, $175.
ECHO BEACH.
May 13—William Olson to Char
les Erickson, lots 3 and 4, bl. 1,
and all of bl. 2, $1200.
GREEN LAKE BEACH.
May 14—Joseph M. Olson to Wil
liam Olson, lot 1, bl. 2, $12.50.
May 11—John A. Olson to Fred
E. Gillette, lot 6, bl. 1, and lot 6,
bl. 2, $150.
ROYALPOWDER
'. MAMRE
/mcus
Mamre, May 18.—A number of
people are sick with smallpox now
adays.
Miss Selma Anderson, who has
been staying in Willmar for some
time, has returned home.
Miss Ellen Eklund has returned
home after enjoying a few days'
visit with relatives in Minneapolis.
Elmer Lind of Pennock has been
staying at John Berglund's place
for a few days.
Miss Ida Anderson has returned
home after two months' stay at F.
N. Anderson's place.
Miss Clara Anderson of Dovre is
staying with her sister Mrs. F. E.
Norman.
Mrs. Albin Gustafson of Minnea
polis has been staying with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson
of this town, for some time.
Oscar Tellberg has returned to
his home in Strandburg, S. D., af
ter enjoying a few weeks' visit
here.
Farm Lands Cheap.
Hardwood timber land in Aitkin
Co., Minn., close to the new Soo R.
R., $2.00 per acre down, balance in
ten or fifteen years, 6 per cent, on
or before. This is not cutover or
stump land virgin forest of hard
wood, timber will more than pay
for land. Good soil, best dairy
country in the world.
Safer than bonds, better than life
insurance. There has been but one
crop of land there will never be
another the crop is getting short,
you will have to hurry. For maps
and price see I. T. Cramer, Will
mar, Minn. 132p
The only baking powder J&jj
made from Royal
Grape Cream
of Tartar
:®^W^
"HJJ Costs a little morethanthe injurious alum
JHI or phosphate of lime powders, but with
Royalyouaresureof pure,healthful food.
Willmar Markets
t-v
Corrected May 20, 1908.
Prices on creamery butter.Uour, bran, snorta
and apples are dealers' selling prices, all other
are prices paid to producers.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern 97'/c
Wheat, No. 2 951
Wheat, No. 3 Hy.c
Wheat, No. 4 *2y
Wheat, rejected 74'Ac2
Wheat, No. 1 Durum 8Uc
Wheat, No. 2 Durum 78c
Wheat, No. 3 Durum 75c
Wheat, No. 4 Durum 72c
Oats 4-lc to 4-tc
Barley 35c to 45c
Flax l.Olc to $1.09
Rye Ole to G5c
Corn GOc
Potatoes 35c
Eggs 13c
Butter, separator 20cto 22c
Butter, dairy 17c to 19c,
Cream (butterfat) 20c
Beans $2.15 per bushel
Flour, fancy $3.20
Flour, straight $3.10
Cabbage 3 to 3i/.c a lb
Bran $26.00
Shorts $27.00
Hay $5.00 to $6.00
Lambs $5.00
Sheep $3.O0 $3.50
Spring Chickens 8e
Turkeys 8c to lOc
Ducks dressed 8c
Geese dressed 8c to lOc
Hides 3c
Beefsteer9 $3.00 to $4.50
Beef cows $2.50 to $3.5()
Hogs, live $5.00
V*al calves $3.50 to $4.fO
tars—Muskrat, fall 18c to 23c
Mink $1.50 to $4.00
Skunk 25cto40
Fox $2.00 to $3.50
MISCELLANEOUS WANT COLUMN
FOR RENT—One furnished
room. Inquire at 115 Becker Ave.
E. 7f
O RENT—Some desirable
rooms for rent in the Johnson
Block. 10f
FOR RENT—A house on First
street. Inquire of Samuelson at
Hub Hotel. 10f
WANTED—Girl for general
housework. Apply at 329 Becker
Ave., City. 13f
ROOM FOR RENT—One furn
ished room with hot water heat.
Inquire of E. Ohsberg. 5f
FOR SALE—Houses and lots in
City of Willmar at low prices and
easy terms. Lewis Johnson. 6
FOR SALE—Lots and acres in
Glarum's addition. Inquire of An
derson Land Co., Willmar, Minn. 7f
FOR RENT—Dwelling house and
pasture, in Sec. 13, Dovre township.
Address, Willmar R. No. 5. O. N.
Grue. 132
OAK POSTS—For sale, 1000
good, sound oak posts at 12 cents a
piece, delivered at my farm at Nor
way Lake. Gabriel Stene. 3f
FOR SALE OR RENT—By
month or season, Cottage at Eagle
Lake. For particulars write Mrs.
J. P. Madison, 2832 Chicago Ave.,
Minneapolis, Minn. llf
NOTICE—The party who has
been taking grain in my granary off
and on this spring had better come
and settle for same at once to avoid
trouble and expense. O. B. Swa
lin, Town of Willmar, Sec. 1. 133
FOR SALE, CASH OR TRADE.
One Howell 4-roller mill one 12
horse Power Webster Gasoline En-
gine one cob burr mill one burr
mill one double corn sheller. Call
at "The Fair," 321 Benson Ave.
W. 50f
CEMETERY LOTS—We are pre
pared to care for cemetery lots at
Willmar at reasonable rates. Those
desiring our services should notify
us early te enable us to have the
lots in fine order for Decoration
Day.
9 Willmar Green House.
Money to loan at a very low rate
of interest on farm land. Borrow
ers may pay $100 or all he wants to
pay at any interest pay date. A.
P. Adams. 35f
FOR SALE—I have for sale
three Holstein Bull Calves, three
weeks old. A pedigree can be fur
nished with each calf. Write, or
come and see them. Address, O.
Anderson, Willmar, Minn., Route
No. 5. Farm three and one-half
miles northeast of Willmar. 14f
Anderson Bros. & Co. are selling
7 jewel Elgin or Waltham 16 size
movements, fitted in 20 year guar
ranteed cases, for $10.00. Cash
only. 12
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