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Commencing with
Monday evening Dec
14th, our store will be
open evenings until
—9
Christmas
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3 LADIES1 and MEN'S
Glove Dep't
Large variety of Kid Gloves and
Mittens, lined and unlined. Very suit
able for Christmas gifts. For con
venience we issue "Glove Bonds" that
can be exchanged for Gloves at our
store at any time.
EVERYTHING
READINES
S
AT THE
LEADIN STOR
E
To Make it Convenient
tor Christmas Shopping
Whatever you buy at our store you will find
Durable, Serviceable and Lasting. We
invite you to visit our store and inspect
our various departments, where you
will find good selections of High-
Grade Merchandise suitable
for Christmas Gifts.
Also a Full Line of Linen Initial Handkerchiefs for Latins and Men
MUFFLERS and NEC SCARFS
In all the new styles and colorings. Also "Peau de Crepe" Silk by the yard a washable
fabric at $100 per yard. Specially adapted for making neck scarfs.
Table Linens, Napkins, Doilies
Naperie Fancy Towels, Etc.
O Linen Dep't is Our Stronghold^^n^^^-
What is more appreciated by the housewife than nice and durable linens? Table Linens
bought in our Linen Dept. will prove a very much appreciated Xmas gift.
Rugs for the Floor
Nothing more substantial for a Christmas gift than a "Daghastan" or "Bagdad" Rug.
They are known for their exquisite colorings and durability. Large variety of
patterns, from the smallest to the large Moor sizes, at very
reasonable prices considering the quality,
We would suggest that you make your selections early while the Stocks are at their best
and thus avoid the inevitable rush and broken lines.
Goods Selected Early Can For Convenience be Laid Aside Till Wanted.
Commencing with Monday Evening, December 14th,
our Store will be open evenings till Christmas jtjtj*
Peterson & Welli
Commencing with
Monday evening, Dec.
14th, our store will be
open evenings until
Christmas
LADIES' and MEN'S
Handkerch'fs
One of our strongest departments.
Nothing more appropriate to remem
ber your friends with. We have them
in endless varieties from the cheapest
to the finest sheer linen, both in plain
and fancies.
III
RECEPTION FOR
M. E^PASTOR
Reception Tendered The RevWheat.,
Crawford Grays at D. M.
Mclntire Home.
Last Thursday evening, at
Among the things that helped to
make the evening a pleasant one
were vocal solos by Mrs. Emma
Cairns and Miss Jessie Williams,
piano solos by Misses Delia Soren
son and Marguerite Young, and
recitations by John Styles Jr. and
Mrs. J. A. English. Coffee and re
freshments were served by the com
mittee which arranged for the re
ception and which consisted of
Mesdames Mclntire, Crawford, De
La Hunt, Benson, Jorris and Byam
and Miss Winnie Mclntire.
Court House Briefs. I'
J. G. Purple, representing the
Mutual Life Insurance Co., wasGratz,
looking up old and new customers
in the courthouse on Friday of last
week.
County Treasurer Norin is visit
ing at his farm in Colfax.
Register of Deeds Olson is al
ready moving some of his property
preparatory to leaving the office in
the first Monday of January next.
The auditor's office is at present
the busiest one in the courthouse.
The force of workers is thru com
paring the new tax lists with the
assessment books after having com
puted all the changes made bv the
county and state Boards of Equal
ization. They are now busy add
ing the valuations in the different
school districts preparatory to fig
uring out the rates of taxation.
The County Board of Auditors is
in session checking up the treas
urer's accounts and books, as re
quired by law.
Supi. Frederickson is busy visit
ing district schools so as to get thru
by Christmas.
On Dec. 7, Wm. 0 Johnson,
clerk of the municipal court, paid
into the county treasury $20, being
fines collected for illegal fishing.
Tihs is the greatest Blizzard Sale
ever put before the public in Kan
diyohi county of "The Fair" grand
and up-to-date stock of general mer
chandise under management of the
Minneapolis Salvage Company.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
A $4000 Stock of Men's and Boys'
Clothing, Furnishing Goods and
Shoes offered in exchange for Will
mar residence, or Kandiyohi Coun
ty Farm. The stock is located on
the Milwaukee, Minneapolis & St.
Paul and the Great Northern R. R.
about 140 miles west of the Twin
Cities, in a town of 1500 inhabit
ants. No other exclusive Clothing
Stock nearer than 25 miles. A
splendid opening for someone wish
ing to engage in the Clothing Busi
ness. For further particulars ad
dress 807 Fifth St., Willmar, Minn.
40f
WILLMAR'S FURRIER.
Being equipped with a fur sew
ing machine. I am prepared to do
all kinds of fur work ind repairing.
Bring in your furs that you wish
sewed, and your fur coats and jack
ets that need repairing before next
winter. Now is the time to have
the work done.
John Walmark,
13f 221 Fourth St.
No country is more prosperous
than North Dakota. No security
on earth like earth itself. No
home like your own home. Become
independent. Ask the Western
Land Securities Co.'s representa
tive, A. H. Brown, for plats and
all information. Free homesteads
adjoining. 27
NOTICE is hereby given that
from and after this date, Dec. 1,
1908, I will not be responsible for
any debts contrcated by my daugh
ter, Ellen Eklund.
423p 0. P. Eklund, Mamre, Minn.
Wilbur Markets
in ii ii ii in ii ii in ii
Corrected Dec. V, 19U8.
t*nces on ereamery butter,avur. a abort*
»nd »pplea we dealer*' Mlllaf prices, ail ouiei
re prices paid to producers.
Wheat No. 1 Northern $1.0144
theWheat,,
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mc
lntire, a reception was tendered
Rev. Crawford Grays, the new pas
tor of the English M. E. church.
About 80 people were present to
welcome the new leader of local
Methodism and his wile to their
new field of activity. On behalf of
the Presbyterian church, Rev. Buell
delivered a brotherly address of
welcome, closing by extending the
hand of fellowship to Rev. Grays
and his wife. Rev. Gates of theSpring
Epi pal church sent a letter ex
pressing greetings of welcome, and
a message of regret that he was un
able to be present. The new min
ister was received with great en
thusiasm as he rose to reply to the
kind things said and dune. In the
course of his response he said: "I
trust that we shall always merit
the kindness and courtesy which you
have shown toward us tonight. I
trust that the winter of Methodist
bereavement is now over. I was
busy and happy in my last charge,
and it is my intention to keep on
doing the best I can in my new
field. As regards my theology, Je
sus Christ is its center. He is the
sum of my creed and the inspira
tion of my preaching. I hope to
cooperate with all the other church
es so that, altho we work in differ
ent fields, there may yet be discern
ible between us the bond of Chris
tian sympathy and love."
No. 2 .7. 99W
Wheat, No. 3 96vlc
Wheat, No. 4 92V&C
Wheat, rejected 84lfec
Wheat. No. 1 Velvet Chaff. 9*%c
W heat, No. 2 Velvet Chaff. 92Uc
Wheat, No 3 Velvet Chaff. 89%c
Wheat, No. 1 Durum
Wheat No. 2 Durum..
No. 3 Durum.
Wheat, No. 4 Durum..
Oats
Barley
Plax
«ye
Corn
Plour, fancy
Plour, straight
Bran
Short*
Hay
Cabbag
Bgg*
Butter, separator.
Butter, dairy
Lambs
Sheep
Chicken*
A
80c
78c
75i
73t
S9c to 43c
44c to 46c
.$1.20 to $1 33
59c to 63c
42c to 47c
$3 20
$3 10
$23 00
$ 2 0 0
$4.00 to $5 00
Potatoes 5oc
Beans
$2.238to
per
buahellac
1 3%
Chicken*...
Beefsteer*
Beef cows
Hog*, live
V»al calve*
Hide*
Wool
30c
2S to 28c
2 lc to 25c
$3 3 $45 0
$2.0O to $3 50
5c
8
$3.00 to $4
$2 50
$5.00
...$3.50 to 4.00
6c to 7c
14c to 15c
MISCELLANEOUS WANT COLUMN
HOUSE FOR RENT—Inquire of
Lars Halvorson. 37f
FOR RENT—Two rooms suitable
for small office. Call at Tribune,
FURNISHED ROOM S FO
RENT—Apply at 329 Becker Ave.
W.
21f
and
H.
41f
FOR SALE—Good cutter
Robe for sale cheap. A.
Brown.
WANTED—Competent girl for
general housework. Inquire at this
office. 4jf
FOUND-A white fan. Call at
this office.
W A N E D—Girl for general
house work. I re at this
office. 42f
FOR RENT—Four or five up
stairs rooms soft water and wet
sink. Phone 455. 42f
O N containing
money. Owner may call at theand
Tribune ard prove property.
FOR SALE—18J acres on thecoffee
north shore of Green Lake. Apply
to William Olson. Spicer Minn. 35
COLTS FOR SALE—Pix colts,
from one to three years old. Wil
liam Christenson, Sec. 36, Town of
Mamre. 432tp
FAR F0R
RENT.-Ag0od
im-
proved farm for rent on terms to
suit renter. Inquire of W. F.
Willmar. 423p
Little Boy
S ad I A
GIKL W A N E for general
housework. Inquire of Mrs. A. E.
Mossberg. 119 Becker avenue East.
422
TIMBER LOT—I have a 10 acre
timber lot for sale in Norway Lake
woods. Inquire at my farm at
Norway Lake. Gabriel Stene. 24
FOR RENT—Two rooms, steam
heated, with water and sewer con
nections. Suitable for either office
or light housekeeping. Address P.
0. Box 267 or phone 352-2 or 318.
Don't forget the date, Saturday,
Dec. 12, of this great Salvage Sale
of "The Fair" stock of merchandise
by the Minneapolis Salvage Com
pany.
Dec. 2—John Willie Lundberg to
Nellie Isabelle Rosby.
Dec. 3—Nil-* Nygaard to Helga
Tengen. Married the same day by
Rev. M. B. Michaelson, with Peter
Hanson and Mrs. M. H. Hermanson
as witnesses.
Dec. 7—Frank C. Zell to Myrtle
Dewey Harm J. Koenen to Kate
Pfetcher Taalkens Haats to Adel
heid Ennenga.
AUCTION SALE
As I have decided to discontinue
business I will sell at Public Auc
tion in the A. B. Hanscom building
on Pacific Avenue on Saturday,
Dec. 12 at 2 o'clock p. m., the fol
lowing property:
One range, 3 heating stoves, 1
sideboard. 5 dining room tables, 20
dining room chairs, 1 office chair,
1 writing desk, 1 front counter, 1
back counter, 1 pie case, 2 ice
chests, 1 coffee urn, 1 water cooler,
4 hat racks, 8 pictures, 1 ticket
board, 6 table cloths, 1 hot water
tank, 3 cake covers. 4 sets silver
ware, 15 salt and pepper cellars, If
sugar bowls, 1 meat block, 7 kitch
en tables, 17 frying pans, 24 cups
saucers, 24 plates, 48 meat plat
ters, 48 side dishes, 12 water glass
es, 50 cream pitchers, 8 kettles, 1
boiler, 4 wash stands, 2 cen
ter tables, 15 beds and bedding, and
other household articles too numer
ous to mention.
Terms: All sums of $5 00 and
under, cash over that amount time
will be given until November 1,
1909, on bankable notes bearing 7
per cent interest.
A. C. Crawford, Auctioneer.
F. G. Handy, Clerk.
For Our Girlie \\tSA
Skates Sleds "Torrey's Best Scissors
TT JI
and Trays. Jr*t/X\\
Shaving Outfits Gillette's Safety Razors &
I
W. T. Swenson, Owner.
What Shall We Give Our Friends
At Christmas?
LEWIS HARDWARE COMPANY
We have selected a special nice assortment of Handsome and Usesul Gifts for everyone and we want you to take a look at them.
SEE OUK WINDOW AND COME INSIDE.
For the Big Boy or Dad and Mother
I O
Atld the Kid l^m Lv Spatules Aluminum Tea Kettles and Pre
_,
£X)k LT serving Kettles Nickled-Copper Tea and
They all want POCKET KNIVES We have TQgJ
them from 5 cents up to $3.00. The H. & W and Coffee Pots, Preserving Kettles, Sauce,
B. and the Torrey lines are every one /f\ Pudding and Milk Pans Savory Roasters
warranted. A choice assortment of Torrey" /I Bread and Cake Boxes.. .Flour Bins. -Clothes
Knives at 25c and 50c Barney & Berry" AN Wringers, Bars and Wash Benches.
Skates Sleds and Coasters Rifles I
Good Mechanics Tools. \Jri rv
„. «. I VsfrFKv effective. One of the most useful cooking
and Shears—every pair warranted Elegant I I \|V
-n 1
handsome assortment of the Vj&\ effective machine selected from a number of
latest style Chafing Dish Sets, Serving Dishes
ITGWBA
For Our YoUUg Matl O JSSI^T Clark's Carriage Heaters and Bricks
j£tl/ V? New Ash or Coal Sifter
Girlie's "Feller" jSjSl Large Fount C. B. Lanterns
Torrey's Razors...,. ..Strops Brushes and 3 show you.
Soap....Pocket Scissors Key Chains. *-*i
"Garland" and Quick "Meal" Wf^ Columbia Dry Batteries
Stoves and Ranges. wfo GOOD Kerosene Oil
&* tjid^/y-k^
a
s»,
The Business Man
ef TirmirrrinT mm
A SNAP—First class Piano for
sale very cheap, ff you are look
ing for a piano you can't afford to
miss this chance. Inquire at Trib
une office. 39f
is the wage earner of today. Why not have an eye
to the future and do as other successful men have
done before you. Save your money and be in posi
tion to take advantage of that opportunity which
comes to every young man.
We invite your banking business and cordially
invite you to become one of the patrons of this bank.
Carving Sets... Plated Knives, Forks & Spoons
A ftfc^T Butcher, Kitchen and Cooking Knives and
a a W a E
Special New Goods*
The New
a S
,. I rril V*4 utensils extant. Price only $1.25.
line of Ladies' Bone and Pearl Handled Pocket I Y^A 1
Knives Measuring Tapes Special jtf&i The "Sunshine" Washer, a new and very
late patterns,
Food is
more tasteful,
healthful and nutri
tious when raised with
BAKING
POWDER
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
WILLMAR, MINN.
Say, John, what are so many peo
pel going to Willmar for?' Och,
sure, that Big Blizzard Sale is ihere
of "The Fair" $10,000.00 stock by
the Minneapolis Salvage Company.
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"Diamond" Food Chopper cuts
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Flexible Steel Door Mats
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S a S a
W
Shelby Electric Lamps
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