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Holiday Suggestions
Glass Medallions, Christmas Postal and
Greeting Cards
Punke's Candies in fancy Xmas Boxes from
25c to $2.00
Christmas Cigars in boxes, $1 00 to $4 00
Holly Christmas Boxes—just the thing to
pack your presents in
Fountain Pens, from $1.00 to $6 00
Pocket Knives, from 15c to $1.75
Pipes and Smokers' Supplies
Books as Presents
Big line of Books for boys and girls by
Henty, Alger, Ellis, Castleman, from 25c
to 30c
100 late and popular Books
Books of fiction, history and poems in fancy
leather and padded bindings at $ I 00 toll.50
Picture Books for the children from 5c to 25c
Fancy Books of Poems in burnt leather from
$1.00 to $1.50
Christmas Ctockety
Japanese China Nut Sets, Salad Sets, Cups
and Saucers and odd pieces from 10c 1o $1
Fancy Plates in Haviland and Austrian China
Hand Painted Cups and Saucers, Plates and
Salad Bowls
BRIC-A-BRAC—Our stock contains many
suggestions for gifts
Electric Table Lamps from $5 00 to $15.00
Stand Lamps and Hanging Lamps from $1 25
to $10.00
TOY DEPARTMENT
Iron Toys of all kinds
Fire Engines, Hose Carts, Dray Wagons, Patrol
Wagons, Automobiles, Trains and Cars, Banks,
Stovea, Coffee Mills, Sad Irons, Whistles and
Horns
Drums in all sizes
Tool Chests, Magic Lanterns, Horses
Blocks of all kinds, Ten Pins
Hobby Horses. Go Carts, Slods, Mechanical Toys
Christmas Tree Ornaments, Candles and Hangers
GAMES
Flinch, Five Hundred, Pit, Bunco, Block, Sherlock
Holmes, etc
Checker Boards and Dominoes in wood and also
the new Card Dominoes
Big line of 5, 10 and 25 cent games for the Children
Grue, Dec. 11.—Mis3 Bergitha
Thorvig of Willmar Seminary spent
Sunday at home.
Jacoo Kloster made a business
trip to Atwater on Saturday.
Hans Kloster came near losing a
good cow last Satuiday. The ani
mal was out on a slough and broke
thru the ice, but by the help of
neighbors and a good team, it was
pulled out of the mud and water,
and does not seem to have suffe: ed
any trom the cold bath.
C. M. Anderson visited at J. H.
Thorvig's place last Friday.
Carlson Bros & Frost
Druggists and Stationers
As we will move to Our New Store Jan. ist, we offer
SPECIAL PRICES and INDUCEMENTS to HOLIDAY SHOPPERS.
Hi .* 50c
Joseph Kloster is expected back
from North Dakota soon.
Mies Clara Johnson went to WiU
mar last Wednesday to consult a
physician.
Sivert Olson shipped a carload of
hogs from Spicer last Wednesday.
A surprise party was given at
the home of Knut Kloster on Satur
day evening in honor of Gehard
Johnson of Butter field, Iowa. A
shaving set was presented to him
by his cousins. A large crowd was
present, and the evening was spent
in playing, etc. A lunch was
served at midnight.
Miss Lillie Sands was on the sick
list last week.
Olof Erickson returned last week
The Valet Co.
Has opened an up to date Ladies' Tailoring Parlor, mak
ing suits, skirts, jackets, coats and' auto coats. We do
altering, repairing, pressing, relining, refitting and remodel
ing garments into the latest styles. We do all kinds of
French Dry Cleaning.
Our Styles are the Latest
Our costume clothes are the latest ehown in the east.
Call and look them over.
FURS repaired, cleaned and recut into the Latest Styles
THE VALET CO. Opp. Depot
Holiday Stationery
Christmas Box Stationery in Holly designs,
from 25c to $3 00
Sealing Wax Outfits, 25 and 50c, Paper
Boxes
Knives, Initial Seals
Holly Napkins and Crepe Paper
Christmas Seals, Tags, Labels and Cards
White Tissue Paper for wrapping packages
Autograph Albums from 10c to $1.00
Congress Playing Cards with latest design
backs
Holiday Leather Goods
Pocket Books of all kinds for men and
women from 15c to $1.50
Ladies' Hand Bags in mercerized and leather
lined with fittings from 85c to $4.00
Card Cases and Bill Books
Cuff and Collar and Glove and Handkerchief
Toilet and Manicure Sets
Smoking and Shaving Sets
Jewel Cases and'Work Boxes
Holiday Perfumes
Popular Perfumes in bulk and fancy boxes,
from 50c to $1 50 an ounce. Our odors are
Furore. Jickee, Le Trefle, Violet Incarnate,
Violet, White Rose, Stolen Sweets, Locust
Blossom, Jockey Club, Carnation Pink
Beauty Buds and many others
Toilet Waters and Cologne
Satchet Powders in Violet, White Rose. Helio
trope, Jockey Club, Le Trefle, Wood Violet
and many others
Wonderful Holiday
DOLL DISPLAY
Dressed Dolls in Boxes from 25 cants to $4.00
Kid Bodies from SS cents to $4.00
China Dolls from I cent to 75 cents
Doll Shoes, Stockings, Etc.
Doll Bugg'es from 25 cents to $2.00
Doll Heads from 5 cents to $1.50
Rubber Dolls from 10 cent* to 50 cents
Doll cradles, Doll Houses, Ironing Boards, Bur*
eaus, Pianos, Wash Sets, Etc.
from Fergus Falls, after a week's
stay at that place.
Miss Helen Gunderson is improv
ing somewhat after a severe attack
of measles and scarlet fever.
The Erickson Bros, are busy
building a new machine shed.
Chris Johnson has hired out to
P. W. Pederson for some time.
Carl Forness left for his home in
Irving last week.
Miss Agnes Nelson left for Spicer
last Friday.
Colfax, Dec. 5.—The program
and basket social given at the Pres
byterian church in Burbank a week
ago tonight was well attended, ard
everybody reports a good time.
Miss Anne Larson has had the
misfortune of having a felon on one
o* her fingers for a week, but is
now improving.
Casper Thimell has been staying
with his grandparents at Lake An
drew this week.
James Skaalerud and Miss Ethel
Thimell visited at Christ Larsons'
place yesterday afternoon.
The Sunday school children are
preparing a Christmas program.
FARM FOR SALE.
80-acre farm in See. 34, Town of
Mamre. For particulars see or
write .C. F. Nystrom, Pennock,
Minn. 414p
JS^fetZi^^^&^&t^M^^^f iJta^S-pS.At" ,'
SEMINARY
NOTES
Ella and Nettie Williams of this
city visited at the Seminary Satur
day afternoon.
Henry Peterson of this citv en
rolled last week as a student in the
buisness department.
N. J. Nelson of Grove City, who
graduated from the Seminary in
1903, visited in chapel Friday morn
ing.
Three new members have been
added to the orchestra. They are
Elmer Telstad, Geo. Peterson and
Alfred Jenson.
Several of the students rode out
to Eagle lake Saturday night to at
tend the social given in school dis
trict No. 36. All report a cold
drive but a very good social.
Oscar Goulson was quarantined
Thursday by Dr. Rains on account
of measles, while his room-mate,
Malvin Naseth, was forbidden to
go to school for the same reason
and so he returned to his home
near Marietta on Friday.
The city band practiced at the
Seminary Wednesday evening. It
has been agreed that the Seminary
band players and those of the city
band will hereafter play together
and that they will furnish the nec
essary band music for the Semin
ary.
A meeting of the Osseo society
was called Thursday morning to
elect officers for next term. The
following were elected: president,
Nordahl Thorpe secretary, William
Bergstrom treasurer, John Canton.
At some previous meeting it had
been decided that the society should
paper the chapel, and thib will be
done during the Christmas vacation.
FMNGVILLE
^RINGERS
Ringville, Dec. 7.—Martin Ja
cobson and wife and the Chi ibtoph
erson folks weie gueht at the Sten
bakken home la^t Sunday.
P. L. Ptereson of New LomVn
did some repairing at Pete John
son's place last week.
Selma and Ahx Steneison were
in Willraar a week ago to see a
physician. Alix has been sick foi
some time, but was able to return
to New London last Sunday to re
sume his studies in school.
The committee of arrangement
for the Gausdahl Christmas tree
festival met at Stenbakken's place
last Sunday to discuss and arrange
matters for the occasion.
Simon Gilbertson has moved all
his property to Amund Jacobson'h
place, where he intends to live un
til spring, when he will leave foi
Dakota.
A. O. Sonstegard and wife visit
ed with August Sontsegaid last
Sunday.
Mrs. A. O. Sonstegard was in
Willmar to consult a physician last
Monday. Nels Iverson, who ha
been in poor health for a long time,
also went to WiUmar for medical
aid the same day.
The Aurora Y. P. S. meets in the
church on Sunday, Dec. 13.
The Minerva Literary societj
meets in Georgeville on Friday,
Dec. 11.
Emma Schroeder came home Sat
urday night from a few days' .visit
with her parents in Belgrade.
Martin Torgerson is with u^
again, after an absence of a whole
year spent at Maddock, N.
George Halvorson from^New Lon
don spent Sunday at his home heie.
Trapping muskrats seems to he
the greatest excitement of the day
Everybody, old and young, is bound
for the lake before sunrise, and
there is about one trapper for eacl.
muskrat house, except^that ^Simor.
Lundy has with a permission taken
ajiomestead on the greater pax oi
the slough and has^ordered the oth
ers to keep off„his*claim.
A] man «fromy^Panesville "wao
*5:o:o:o:o:o#
The
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I THE GRAND PRIZE (HIGHEST
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If you ha any question*
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SPRlNGFiELC, MASS.
CURE YOUR KIDNEYS
Do not Endanger Life When a
WiUmar Citizen Shows
You the Cure.
Whv unl people ccitii ^e to suf
fer the agonies of kidney con-plaint,
backache, urinary disorder?, lame
ness, headaches, languoi, why al
low themselves to become chionic
invalids, when a eert?in cure is
offeied them?
Dorn's, Kidney Pills is the remedy
to ute, because it gives to the kid
nejs the help they need to peiform
their work.
If ou have nay, even one, of the
symptoms of kidney diseases, cure
yoiuself now, befoie dijbete&, drop
sy oi Bright's d^cate bets in.
Read this WiUmar testimony:
J. H. Tavlor, 314 Lake Ave
Willmar, Minn., says: "I have
been troubled with my kidneys foi
about two years and during that
time experienced a great deal of
buffering. I woik in an office ano
as I am obliged to sit in the same
position for a long time, this,
djubt, was the cause of my kidney
^rouble. My back ached constants
and at times I felt very dizzy. 1
doctored a great deal but got nc
relief until at last I procured a bo
of Doan's Kidney Pills at A. E.
Mossberg'sDrugStoie. They weni
at once to the seat of the complaint
and soon cured me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 5(
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffa
!o, New York, sole agents for the
United States.
Remember the name—Doan's—
vnd take no other.
around last week buying furs fron
che trappers, and he paid a verj
reasonable price.
Dan Leary returned home Thurs
Jay from a few day's visit in tht
village of Minneapolis. Dan saw
^ood many sights down there, but
ne was mighty well pleased to Le
at home again among familiar face,
and places.
Miss Gertrude Dixon, of Oberlm,
0., arrived here last Thiusday foi
a month's vibit with Mis. Olive M.
Young,^and herusister, Miss Mabei
Dixon.
Ship Furs, Hides, Pelts, Wool,
Tallow to John Mack & Co., Minne
apolis, Minn. Write for ptice list
2. 407
Ask A. H. Brown, local agent foi
the Western Land Securities Co.,
for plats and all information.
Where yon want it—
When yon want it
No smoke—no smell—no tronble.
Often you want heat in a hurry
in some room in the house the fur
nace does not reach. It's so easy to
pick up and carry a
PERFECTION Oil Heater
(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
to the room you want to heat—suitable for any room in the
house. It has a real smokeless device absolutely preventing
smoke or smell—turn the wick as high as you can or
as low as you like—brass font holds 4 quarts of oil
that gives out glowing heat for 9 hours. Fin
ished in japan and nickel—an ornament
anywhere. Every heater warranted.
ia Hie limp ior the student or'
reader. Il gives a brilliant, steady light
that makes study a pleasure. Made of brass, nickel plated and equipped
with the latest improved central Jraii turner. Every lamp warranted.
II yon cannot obtain the Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp from
ywr dealer write to our nearest agency ior descriptive areolar.
I A N A O COMPANY
(lBC*rp«r»te4)
I 5XIZXXJJL£DS»
AMONG OUR
NEIGHBORS
Green Lake froze over Tuesday
night of last week.
The Dawson Sentinel has entered
upon its 25th year. Judging fron
its appearance, it has vitality
enough to live to be 125.
T. J. Anderson, the wellknowr
Belgrade merchant who ran fot
lieutenant governor on the prohibi
tion ticket, is just recovering fron
a serious attack of appendicitis.
"Green Lake Clarinet Band" it
the name of the new "Blowout" or
ganization organized at Spicer-on
Green-Lake. It has a good mem
bership and hopes to last as long a&
the instruments do.
Breckenridge has a "Foolisl
Club," to which only housewive
can be admitted. Last Wednesday
they "enjoyed a dainty luncheoi
while their foolish husbands had t(
get their own supper." The clut
may be wisely named.
No less than 17 of our neighbor
ing weekly newspapers gave men
tion last week of the Anti-Canim
Crusade stai ted here a short timi
ago. Without exception they al
approve of it, and exhort their owi
police authorities to "go and dc
likewise."
A merchant at Glenwood would
not allow W. G. orham, deputy
dairy and food inspector, to enter
his fcto»e to get samples for testing.
Wheieupon Graham had him arrest
ed and fined, the merchant's defy
ing of the law costing him about
$o0.
The Clara City \illage council
hds ordered all slot machines to be
removed from the saloons. You
can still put your nickel in the sa
loon-keerer't till, however. Tht
only difference is that whereas in
the former you may win, in the lat
ter the saloonkeeper A W A S
win-.
According to State Daily and
Food Commissioner Slater, the can
ning industry of the fetate put up
this season 2,824,390 cans of corn,
531,906 cans of peas and 430,706
cans of beans in all, 4,408,190 cans
jf vegetables and fruits were put
up, and all without adulteration or
preservatives, bleachers, colors^or
fillers.
The recount ot all the ballots cast
in Douglas county, to determine the
validity of the election of E. E. Lo
ck for representative, has been
completed, and it appears that he
vas duly elected over his republic
tn opponent, O. F. Olson, with a
najority of about 10. The hearing
in the contest will occur on Mon
lay, December 14.
The "Wonderland" case at Ben
son has again been postponed, and
nay now possibly, but not probab
y, be heard on December 10, next
Thursday. In the meantime about
plOOO worth of Hamm's "Guaran
ceed-not-to-be-Malt" is in storage
vaiting to have the court decide
vhether it shall go in the sever—
»r help someone else go there.
Evidence of returning confidence
uid prosperity is being manifested
iy the railroads of the country and
he clergy are having cause for
thanksgiving. Application blanks
lave been sent to them for a re
lewal of the half-fare courtesies
vhich were discontinued a year
»go. By this privilege the mis
lonaries will travel at one cent per
nile.—Paynesville Press.
The Stevens County Creamery has
set aside $120 to be divided into
monthly prizes during the coming
vear. A grand annual prize is to
given at the end of the year.
Realizing the importance of the
reamery in building up the re
ouices of the county, the village
nerchants are subscribing funds in
effort to double this amount.
This shows commendable enterprise,
and the subject is one worthy of
•erious consideration on the part of
interested parties in other counties.
Canby and Granite Falls are not
on the best of terms since Homme,
the man from Granite, won the
election to the sheriff's office by the
ticker process over Snortum of
C«mby who defeated Homme at the
primaries. Canby now proposes to
oret back at Granite by supporting
Clarkfield in an attempt to remove
t^e county
ceat
one.
from Granite to
Clarkfield. Hanley Falls would not
object to have the county seat also,
ind at a meeting of her citizens
demands recognition as a candidate
for the location.—Clara City Her
ild.
Following the announcement by
fHe
Minneesota Central that after
fan. 1 business phones would be
2 50 per month and residence
-hones $1 50 (the present rates are
?2 and $1 respectively), the citizens
of Olivia held an indignation meet
ing last Thursday and appointed a
committee to investigate the cost
of an exchange and arrange to or
ganize a stock company. Nearly
ill the telephones of the Minnesota
"enrral in the village will be
thrown out of the business place?
in Dec. 31. and the independent
"ompany will probably be ready for
business a month later.
Money to loan at a very low rate
*f interest on farm land. Borrow
trs may pay $100 or all he wants to
pay at any interest pay date. A.
P. Adams. 35f
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1
Xmas Reminders
Gifts that can be found at the store of the
Willmar Hardware
-...Company.....
(Benson Avenue and Sixth Street)
O A g^ Nothing will please the girl or boy
•wU more than a pair from here.
Pnnlrtot Kn\ V^Q
ernor" with one.
^•il vf*t*w£if*PkNeedless
Ranges
2 "fl g^J\ A present that will make the youngster
K* I 3 smile all over.
Roasting Pans
joice with gladness.
Chafing Dishes
Norway Lake, Dec. 5.—A baby
boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lais
Hatlestad last week.
The choir met for practice at M.
L. Rustad's place last Sunday.
Rev. M. A. Sotendahl will con
duct services in the East Norway
Lake church next Sunday.
Swen and George Swenson and
Oscar Mankell returned from their
hunting trip near Milaca last week.
The choir will practice in the
church atter service next Sunday.
The mail carriers complain of
bad roads.
L. H. Larson returned from South
St. Paul last week, where he had
disposed of a carload of stock.
The young folks avail themselves
of the opportunity of scouring the
ice these fine moonlight evenings.
Olaus Reierson and Dick Larson
have had some experiences with
some lively runaways lately.
Ole Stene and son Henry arrived
here last week from Pekin, N. D.
Erick Christenson and Mike
Shields have formed a partnership
for the winter and are occupying
the house left vacant by Oluf Rail
son.
A few Lake Andrewites took in
the entertainment in Dist. 59, near
Sunburg, last week, and report a
pleasant time.
Miss Anna Swenson will leave for
*&.WM rMt-%i$* *tt JL**ia5fc-v'»3*» & a S dt#b.fu,£?s -J i*
KM*-**
Gladden the heart
I W I 1 1 1 W O of the "young gov-
to
say'
kj W I in this line is acceptable.
a
S Every man likes a good Razor.
nyt ns
Mother would be overjoyed with
one for Christmas.
I W Pots, good enough
for anyone.
X\f\rtn C\i\o\cnTomake
JrVYCXl 111 I O girl get up earlier.
Scissors/
One of these will
make the wife re-
tbe hired
A nice pair for dear, old grand
ma.
Oh Fudge, give
Mo,bel a good
Denver, Colorado, next week.
Rev. Sotendahl conducted services
in the West Norway Lake church
last Sunday.
IN MIND
WE give honest assortment.
WE give best assortment.
WE pav market
prices.
WE pay all express' charges
on shipments of
1
Hides and
Furs.
Whenever you have a lot of
Furs, call in and give us a
chance.
Have opened an office at 213
Third St-, next door to Lund
quist Hardware Store.
CHARLES NELSON,
Willmar, Minn.
CARY SAFE CO.
BUFFALO, N. Y., U. 8. A.
A N A E
FIRE&BURGLARPROOFSAFES
VAULT8, LOCKS. ETC.
Contractors to United States Government
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