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SW LUTH BETHEL CHURCH
The confirmation class will meet at the church basement next Satur day at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Services next Sunday evening at 7:30. The Swedish Lutheran Bethel young peoples' society will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, October 12, at 8 o'clock p. m. and not on Wednesday, October 13. Please note the change. The following program will be rendered: Recita tion, Joe Larson vocal solo, Djupt hafvet, Samuel Nelson piano so lo, Miss Ethel Keed select reading, Nels S. Swenson violin solo, Prof. N. B. Swalin, accompanied by Miss Ethel Reed declamation,Miss Mabel Sorenson vocal duet, Nils S. Swen son and Samuel Nelson. Refresh ments will be served by Miss Hilda Holmberg, Willie Holmberg and Miss Edith Peterson. All are wel come. NEW LONDON NORW. LUTH. CHURCH. Services next Sunday morning at the Nordland church at 11 a. m. The Y. P. S. of the Nordland church will give their regular monthly program next Sunday evening, Oct. 10, at 7:30 p. m. Missionary Kilen will speak. Next Saturday, Oct. 9, a China mission feast will be held at the home of Lars Walen. The program will begin at 1 o'clock. An auc tion sale will be held. Services at New London Sunday morning. Oct. 17th. Young peo ples program in the evening of the same day. The New London ladies' aid will meet Thursday, Oct. 14, with Mrs. P. A. Brogren. The men's club meets Wednesday evening, Oct. 6, with Mr. Arne Skeie. The Covenant society will hold their regular monthly social meet ing with Mr. Franz Brogren Wednesday evening, Oct. 13, at 7:30 p. m. A series of meetings will be held at Spicer from Oct. 15 to Oct. 17. Services will be held at the Presby terian church at the following hours. Friday at 7:30 in the even ing, Saturday at 3 o'clock p. m. and at 7:30 p. m., Sunday, Oct. 17, at 10:30 a. m. and 3 p. m. at the last services on Sunday afternoon there will be an opportunity to partake of the Lords Supper, Rev. Gynild, Rev. Michaelson, of Will mar, and Rev. Vigestad of Benson will assist Rev. Nordberg at these services. We invite all to be with us at these services. The ladies' aid of the Spicer congregation will meet Friday afternoon, Oct. 15, with Mrs. O. F. Olson. LUTHERAN FREE CHURCH. Prayer meeting Thursday even ing. Bethania young peoples' soci ety will meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. John Berg and Mrs. M. B. Michaelson will serve refresh ments. The ladies' society will meet Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 13, and Mrs. Abrahamson and Mrs. C. M. Johnson will serve refresh ments. No morning services next Sun day. Sunday school at 12:15 p. m., and evening sevices at 7:30. Services at St. John's church next Sunday at 11 a. m. The ladies' society of the Luth eran Free church will have its regular meeting Wednesday after noon Oct. 13. Mrs. Abrahamson and Mrs. C. M. Johnson will serve refresh ments. SWEDISH MISSION CHURCH. The ladies' aid society will meet next Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in church parlor. Refresh ments will be served from 3:30 and on by Mrs. A. G. Hedin. Every body cordially welcome. Next Sunday services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 in the even ing. Young people's meeting at 6:15 p. m. NORW. LUTH. SYNOD CHURCH. Next Sunday service in Norwe gian at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 12:15 p. m. English evening services at 7:30. Services at the Solomon Lake church at 10:30 a. m. Rev. C. N. Peterson will preach. The ladies' society here in the city meets tomorrow, Thursday, at 3 p. m. Mrs. C. S. Olson, Mrs. J. R. Peterson and E. L. Thorpe will serve refreshments. THE M. E. CHURCH. Sabbath school 12 m. No other services. Rev. J. L. Patermeter, the new pastor will preach on Sun day, Oct. 17, morning and evening at the usual hour. Tlu standard from which the Eng lish yard measure is taken was the arm of King Henry I., which was ex actly three feet in length. Did You Ever Need Money 5 0 Then think of the future times that you may feel the same need and start to save NOW. One dollar or more will open an* account with this bank. Interest four per cent added to your account at stated periods. Withdraw your money whenever you want to. rjT4- a square WILLMAR, __ A SVEASIFTlNffr Svea, Oct. 4.—August Anderson and family were guests at John Matson's place Sunday. Misses Ingeborg Nelson and Augusta Johnson, who are attend ing Willmar high school, visited at their homes over Sunday. August Johnson and family were Sunday guests at Lake Lillian. Miss Laura Lundberg assisted Mrs. Martin Swenson with thresh ers on Saturday. The coffee social at the Anson home last Thursday was well at tended both afternoon and evening. Mrs. J. E. Johnson came last Wednesday for a few days stay at her parent's home, returning home on Saturday, accompanied by her sister Maggie. Jonas Monson and daughter Verna of Tripolis came Friday to assist for a few days at the M. R. Swen son home. Axel Nordstrom was very pleas antly surprised last Saturday even ing by a number of his young friends. A delightful time is re ported. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hallquist have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Otto Lindquist. J. Ed. Nelson and wife visited a the county seat Sunday. Axel Leverentz and children HRST NATIONAL BANK, Savings Department WILLMAR MINN. W W W W W W A A Be Sure Your Boy's Suit is YTRAGOO The little fellows, from 3 to 10, some times get least in the way of good clothes. It's not their fault It wouldn't be the case if you mothers bought XEMGOQD clothes for them. XTRAGOOpdothesmake a good looking boy of every boy. The difference is in the clothes—they're not like other makesof boy'sclothes. Trousers lined all through, better workman ship and materials,plenty of room make XTRAGOOD the most reasonably priced and satisfactory. Be sure you get an XJBAGQQ suit this fall The time for fall house cleaning is at hand. If your rooms need new floor coverings, we invite you to inspect our line of large and small rugs-also linoleums and floor oil cloths. We carry a large and varied assortment of rugs in all qualities and sizes from the very cheapest to the higest grade of Wiltons. Range of prices on large floor size rugs from $16 up to $60 cents Best Grade Domestic yard Linoleums 1 PETERSON & WELLIN, THE LEADING STORE were entertained at the Otto Lind quist home Sunday. Miss Emma Mattson assisted at the Andrew Eastlund and Otto Lindquist homes during threshing. Hjalmer Norstrom lost a valuable horse last Monday. Those children who want to join the confirmation class should meet at the church parlprs next Saturday at 1 o'clock Mr. Griffin of St. Paul, who is the new principal in district 55. came last Tuesday and commenced school the same day. The Y. P. S. will meet at the church next Sunday evening, Oct. 10, at 8 o'clock p. m. Everybody welcome to attend. The following program will be rendered: Song, audience music, Skoglund orches rta recitation, Oscar Wahlquist recitation, Edith Westerberg piano solo, Hilma Svenson recitation, Julia Johnson recitation, Etta Mattson music. Skoglund orches tra recitation, Emma Johnson duet, Laura Lundberg and Emma Anson (speech, Rev. J. O. Lund berg music, Skoglund orchestra song, audience. Creole Belle. The Hen-A Money Maker. The best money maker on the farm is the hen. She turns grass into green-backs, grain into gold, and from the sand and gravel she coins silver. There is nothing else to compare with her. The cattle and horses are heavy consumers to get their value we must part with them but not so with the hen. In her small way she is a gold on the face of the earth a mill that grinds that which others over-look or refuse. Miss Agnes Erickson has started her school in district 9, town of Lake Elizabeth, and Miss Emma E. Johnson commenced her duties in district 56, town of Arctander, last Monday, as did Miss Anna Fridlund in district 77, town of St. John. yard MINNESOTA. iwafittt? Mamre, Oct. 4.—Mist Hannah Dahlsten arrived last Saturday from Kerkhoven for a visit at the Roman home. August Bjork, who has beta ser iously sick with pneumonia, is bet ter. Gustaf Danielson and daughters Minnie and Elvira enjoyed Sunday with relatives in Swift county. Emil R. Dahlheim, mail carrier on route 1 Willmar, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ander son Sunday. George Larson of Lake Andrew visited friends in this town last Sunday. Mrs. Nels Feleen and Mrs. Anna Swenson of Ringo Lake were guests at the J. O. Hagman home Sunday. Ole Soderholm and daughters, Soffie and Esther of Dovre visited at J. A. Swanson's home last Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rodman spent Sunday at Peter Dahlsten's home in town of Pillabury, Swift county. School will commence oa Tuesday of this week in the three school houses of district 14 with the fol lowing teachers: Miss Murrie Hillebo of Willmar will teach in the south school house. Miss Alma Hanson of Dovre at the east and Erick Erickson of Pennoekatthe northwest school house.—Buster Brown. NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL. Believing it to my owl. ft well as your local laundryman's inter est, I have decided to discontinue my laundry in Willmar. I thank my many customers for the patronage in the past and hope they will see it to their interests to patronize their home steam laundry in the future. The Dispatch Laundry Co. PRIZE-WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED. (Continued from first page) Mrs. N. M. Mossberg W. DeLaHunt N, P. Nelson J. T. Carruthers A. G. Skoog Mrs. L. P. Larson O. K. Severinson W. D. Frederickson OleK'iland Jenness residence C. A. Birch Jonah Gould C. E. Gerretson P. C. Peterson Martin Forsberg H. J. Ramsett Mrs. Hilda Broman E. A. Erickson Carl Anderson C. G. Hoglund Mrs. O. N. Sletten Hugh McGregor C. W. Neuberger A. N. Baldwin A. H. Hanson A. H. Sperry C. E. Lien L. A. Wold Eriek Holt Al. Palm Respectfully submitted, John M. Rains, chairman John Lundquist O. A. Jacobson O. R. Berkness Victor Lawson Committee. IMMMMMMM* NELS M. JOHNSON. Nels M. Johnson, owner and pro prietor of the Eagle confectionery on Benton avenue, died early Mon day morning at his home on the corner of 7th street and Benson avenue. The cause of death was heart failure. The end came un expectedly, though the deceased had been ailing for a couple of days. About 5 o'clock he got up, saying he felt pretty good, but about an hour later he again re tired, and when those who cared for him came to his bed they found that he had gone to sleep never to wake again. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon, service being conducted at 1:30 o'clock at the house and at 2:30 o'clock at the Lutheran Free church. Interment will be made in the Lutheran Synod cemetery. Nels M. Johnson was born near Trondhjem, Norway, on November 10, 1876, and he was thus not quite 33 years of age at the time of death. About a year after his birth he was badly crippled by a severe attack of ricket or rachitis, but he lived and was able to take care of himself most of the time. When about 8 years old he came to Eau Claire, Wis., where he lived for about 8 years, after moving to Hayward, Wis., where he conduct ed a general store for a number of years. After leaving Hayward he •resided at Shaw and Pleasant Val ley, Wis., and in the latter place he was for a number of years post master, also occuying positions as town clerk and secretary of the school board. In February last year he came to Willmar, making his home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson, and starting a confectionery store. Though na turally of a quiet and retiring dis position he made a large number of friends by his cheerfulness and kindly manner, and his death is sin cerely mourned, not only by his parents, his grandmother, Mrs. In geborg Olson, his sister, Mrs. R. Telstad, and his two brothers Ole and John, but by everyone who had the privilege of coming in contact with him. He was a scoial mem ber of the I. S. W. A. and the Woodmen, in both of which frater nal bodies he was well and favor ably known. OLE 8. HOLM. Last Monday evening about 7 o'clock occurred the death of Ole S. Holm at his home at 318 Third street. Apoplexy was the cause of death, the deceased having been afflicted for more than a year. About three months ago creeping paralysis set in on the right side, and from that time on he steadily failed until at last death came and relieved him from all earthly suffer ing. The funeral will be held to morrow, Thursday, afternoon. Services will be conducted by Rev. G. E. Oberg at the house at 2 and at the Swedish Baptist church at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be made at Fairview cemetery. Ole S. Holm was born July 8, 1847, at Bronsta Forsamling, Kris tianstads Lan, Skaane, Sweden, and he was thus a little more than 62 years of age at the time of death. On June 24, 1878, he married Miss Bengta Person, and the family came to this country in the fall of 1885. With the exception of six years spent on the Thorpe farm west of Willmar they have made Willmar their home, Mr. Holm working here at his trade as wagon maker. The deceased is survived by his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Ole Ahlstrom, two sons, Nelsand Eiffel, all of this city, one brother, Mar tin S. Holm, of Kennedy, aud his aged mother who lives in Sweden, as well as a large number of friends and less immediate relatives. OLEO.AARHUS. Ole 0. Aarhus died at the home of his son-in-law, Gunder Pederson, in town of Mamre Tuesday of last (Pint PnbUcatkra Sept. 38,1909.) ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION OP i% THE PROGRESS CLOTHING, COM- PANY. We, the undersigned, for the purpose of forming- a corporation under and pursuant to the provision* of Chapter 58 of the Re vised Laws of Minnesota for 1905, and the laws amendatory thereof, do hereby associ ate ourselves as a body corporate, and adopt the following articles of incorpora tion ARTICLE ONE. The name of this corporation shall be the "Progress Clothing Company." The gen eral nature of its business shall be to buy, sell and otherwise deal in, both as principal and on commission, or either, clothing, nn- A S a »n»ishings and all other hinds and articles of merchandise, and similar commodities,' and said corporation may perform all acts that may be necessary, desirable or convenient for the proper prose cution of such business, including the acquisi tion of real and personal property, wherever situate, and the selling, leasing and dispos ing of the same. The principal place for the transaction of the business of this corporation shall be the City ofWillmar, County of Kandiyohi, State of Minnesota, but said corporation may have a business office in the City of St. Paul, in said State of Minnesota, and another without said State, in the city of Milwau kee, in the State of Wisconsin, and any meetings of the stockholders or directors of said corporation may be held at any of said offices or places of business, as provided in the By-Laws. ARTICLE TWO. The time of .the commencement of this corooration shall be October 1st, 1909, and the period of its duration shall be thirty (30) vears. ARTICLE THREE. The names and places of residence of the persons forming this incorporation are Name Residence Raymond Heaton, St. Paul, Minnesota. Thomas McDcrmott, St. Paul, Minnesota. James D. Dcnegre, St. Paul, Minnesota. ARTICLE FOUR. The management of this corporation shall be vested in a Board of Five Directors. The names and addresses of the first Board of Directors are: Name Residence Eugene A. Friend, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ricbard J.Morawetz,Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Peter C. Williams, Willmar, Minnesota. Gustav A. VonOtter, St. Paul, Minnesota. Mcrvin Marks, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The first officers of this corporation shall be, Eugene A. Friend, president Mcrvin Marks, vice-president Richard J. Morawctz, secretary Ricbard J. Morawetz, treasurer. All of the above named officers and directors shall hold their respective offices until the next annual meeting of the corporation, to be held on the third Tuesday in February, 1910, at which time, and annually there after, a Board of Directors shall be elected from and by the stockholders of this corpo ration. The annual meeting of the corpora tion shall be held on the third Tuesday in February of each year. Immediately after the election of directors, or as soon there after as practicable, the directors shall meet and elect from their number a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. Any office, except that of president and vice president, may be held by the same persons. The directors and officers of this corporation shall hold their respective offices until their successors have been dulv elected and enter upon tbe discharge of tbeir duties. ARTICLE FIVE. The amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be Ten a ($10,OUO.OO) Dollars, and it shall be paid in in such manner and at such times and in such amounts as tbe Board of Directors shall order. The capital stock shall be di vided into one hundred (lOO) shares of the par value of One Hundred (SIOO.OO) Dollars each. ARTICLE SIX. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which this corporation shall at any time be subject, shall be the sum of Fif teen Thousand ($15,000.00) Dollars. In testimony whereof we have hereunto eet oui hands and affixed our seals this 15th day ol September, A. D. 1909. RAYMOND HEATON THOMAS McDERMOTT JAMES D. DENSGRE In Presence of Alice J. Davis. Harold W. Anderson. State of Minnesota, 1 (SBAL) SKAL (SEAL) County of Ramsey. On this 15th day of September, A. D. 1909, before me personally appeared Raymond Heaton, Thomas McDcrmott and James D. Dcnegre, to me known ta be the persons named in and who executed the foiegoing Articles ot Incorporation, and each acknowl edged that he executed the same as his free act aud deed for the uses and purposes therein expressed. ALICE J. DAVIS, Notary Public, Ramsey county, Minnesota. (Notarial Seal.) My Commission Expires Sept. 5,1910 State of Minnesota, Department of State. I hereby certify that the within instrument was filed for record in ti.is office on tbe 16th day of September, A. D. 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m., and was duly recorded in Book 3 oi Incorporations on page JULIUS A. SCHMAHL, Secretary of State. 46008 State of Minnesota, County of Kandiyohi. Filed for record t&e 17th day of September, A. D. 1909. at 9:00 o'clock a. m., and re cordea in Book "A" of Miscellaneous, on pages 50-52. OLOF H. DALE. Register of Deeds. week, death being caused by acute stomach trouble, with which the deceased had been afflicted for a couple of months. The funeral was held last Friday, services being conducted by Rev. Gynild. Inter ment was made at the Hauge Synod cemetery. Ole 0. Aarhus was born in Nor way about 75 years ago. He and his wife came to this country about 20 years ago, and made their home with their son-in-law and daughter. The deceased leaves to mourn his death, besides his wife, five daugh ters, Mrs. Torsten H. Berven, Leeds, N. D. Mrs. Gunder Peter son, Mamre and Mrs. Elling H. Berven, Mrs. Theodore Bardhus and Mrs. S. J. Lepse, of Swift county, and two sons, Ole O. Aarhus of Swift county, and Lars Aarhus, who lives in Ward'county, N. D. Men's League Pass Resolutions. Whereas, from many remarks and complaints that have been called to our attention, leading us to believe that the christian people of the city of Willmar are very much dis satisfied with certain features of our recent street fair, Resolved: That the men's league of the Presbyterian church of Will mar deplore the fact that certain immoral shows and gambling de vices were permitted to be operated at said fair. Resolved, further, that the street fair committee be requested to bar out, in the future, any such im moral or questionable attractions. Resolved, further that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the street fair committee and also pub lished in the city papers. Basket Social In Dist. 63. There will be a basket social in the Roen school, district 63, next Friday evening, begining at 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all. A Large Sunflower. A sunflower was exhibited at the Swift county fair which was 13£ feet high and had ten seed crowns, the largest being about the size of a dinner plate. FOR RENT—A six room cottage. Inquire of Dr. Gerretson. 34tf. FOR RENT—Modern flat. J. H. Styles, 172 E. Litchfield Ave. tf. FOR SALE—Good cook stove— 15 takes it. Inquire at Tribune office. WANTED—Competent girl for general housework. Mrs. S. E. Stansberry. FOR SALE—A practically new Stanhope for sale cheap. Inquire of A. E. Mossberg. 33-4t. O S A E—$1700 Residence Property, on installment plan. See T. Otos. 6f TO LET—Steam heated rooms, single or en suite, the Ames Block, 5th St. 492pf FOR RENT—An 8-room house. Inquire of Mrs. Martha Lundquist, 506 Nelson Ave. 17f FOR RENT—A seven room house in First ward, at reasonable rates. Inquire of 0. A. Sandven. For Quality and Promptness in Photography try 48f WOLD & SIMONS. FOR RENT—Three unfurnished rooms, suitable for students. In quire at Algot Peterson, 513 3rd St. 31f DRY WOOD FOR SALE—By cord or by load. S. J. Walgren, Fahlun Twp., address R. 2, Will mar. 34tf FOR SALE—1J cords wood, sawed and split, for use in range or cook stove. Will sell cheap. Mrs. W. C. Hawkins, 108 Litch field Ave. 24f FOR RENT—Three rooms, un furnished, suitable for students or sewing girls who wish to board themselves. Inquire at 513 Third street, on the hill. tf FOR SALE CHEAP—S. W. Leg horn cockrels. Must be disposed of within the next three weeks. M. G. Vikse, W. Gorton ave, first house east of green house. 34tf SIGNS—"For Rent," For Rent, Furnished Room," "For Sale," "Dressmaking"—printed on card board, for sale at the Tribune office at 10 cents each. FOR RENT—Six room cottage with large screened porch. Will be ready for occupancy Oct. 1st or possibly sooner. Inquire at premi ses, 825 Fifth street, or at 720 Third street. 29f LOST—Last Friday somewhere between the old Kirby farm and Green Lake mills a pair of single buggy shafts, nearly new and paint ed red. Finder please notify John Gabrielson, Kandiyohi, Minn., and receive reward for its return. I hold the agency for the old, re liable Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance company of New York. Consult me when in need of FIRE INSURANCE or before renewing your old policy. I also write TOR NADO policies at a low rate. 9f A. H. Brown. LAND FOR SALE at J. J. SWENSONS'. I can supply you with good land in Dakota and Minnesota at low prices. Call on or write me at 417 Third St., Willmar, Minn. 26f FOR SALE—My farm in section 24, town of Mamre, consisting of 80 acres of the finest farm land in the county. Call on or write to Nels Olson, R. F. D. 1, Pen nock. 33-4pd. Correspondence School at "U". A correspondence school has been established by the state university, which will place a university edu cation within reach of all desiring it. In this way those unable to attend the "U" will receive the benefit of the lectures, text books, direction of studies, correction of errors and examination of studies the same as those in atttendance. In this new move the university BAKING POWDER FOR RENT—One good residence, also steam heated rooms. Inquire of R. W. Stanford, postoffice build ing. 2t ROOMS FOR RENT —Three up stairs rooms at 820 Fourth St. Soft and hard water and drain upstairs. 9f W. B. McNees. FOR RENT—Furnished room, light and heat. Inquire at Sam Nelson, 203 East Litchfield Ave. 31f. FOR RENT—Three rooms up stairs soft water and sewer suit able for small family. Apply at 824 5th St. 32f WANTED—3 or 4 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. L. H. Bowerman. Ill E. Benson Ave. or inquire at this office. 34-lt pd FOR RENT—Upstairs flat of 4 rooms, pantry, closets, city and cistern water, electric lights. Suit able for a small family. 508 4th St. tf LOST—A valuable robe on the road between Pennock and Norway Lake. Finder please return to Nelson & Johnson's store, Pennock, and receive suitable reward. FOR RENT—Oak-dale Farm, Sections 31 and 32, Irving about 160 acres. Absotutety Pure Makes thefinest,mostdeli cious biscuits cake and pastry conveystofood themosthealthfulof fruit properties §132158! Henry Stene, 30f Atwater, Minn. FOR SALE—A good residence at a bargain, also a frame building that can easily be turned into a good residence for one who wishes to build. Call on And. 0. Sather 937 First Street. 34tf. WANTED—To loan money on farm land, so that the borrower can pay any part or all of the principal on any interest payment day. In terest as low as 5 per cent. A. P. Adams, 25f Willmar Minn. FOR SALE—Fine 40 acre farm close to Willmar. This farm has good as new buildings and every foot of the land is tillable. Owner will sell at a sacrifice on account of leaving country. 27f A. H. Brown. WANTED—A number of lrans on Kandiyohi County farms in which to invest our SAVINGS DE PARTMENT funds. No better se curity "outdoors." Kandiyohi County Bank. 13f FARM FOR SALE—Desiring to retire from farming, I offer for sale my farm in Sec. 4, town of Fahlun, 80 acres cultivated land with 8 acres timber lot. Fine three acre orchard with 150 trees bearing this year. S. J. Walgren, R. 2. Willmar. 34tf. Willmar Markets Corrected Oct. 6, 1909. Prices on creamery butter,flour, bran, short and apples are dealers' selling prices, all other are prices paid to producers Willmar Elevators are paying two cents above market prices. Wheat, No. 1 Northern $95c Wheat, No. 2 93c Wheat, No. 3 90c Wheat, No. 4 «6c Wheat, rejected 7hc Wheat, No. 1 Velvet Chaff 92»Ac Wheat, No. 2 Velvet Chaff 90V£c Wheat, No. 3 Velvet Chaff 87y2c Wheat, No 1 Durum 74c Wheat, No. 2 Durum 72c Wheat, No. 3 Durum 69c Wheat, No. 4 Durum 66c Oats 31oto32e Barley 38to41e Flax $1.19 to $l.3-t Rye 55c to 57c Corn 43c to 48c Flour, fancy $3 10 Flour, straight $3 00 Bran $21 Shorts $22 Potatoes 35c Beans $1.75 per bushel Cabbage 10c a head Bggs 20c Butter, separator 22c to 24c Butter,dairy i7 to 20c Lambs $5 O to $6.00 Sheep $2 75 to $4.00 Chickens Gc to 7c Spring Chickens 8c to 9c Beef steers S3.50 to $4.50 Beefcows $3.00 to$3.50 Hogs, live $7.00to$7.25 V»al calves $3.00 to $4.50 Hides 7 Wool 20c to 22Cc will now fully take the place it was intended for, an institution of learning for all the people. On Thursday afternoon the con gregation of the Swedish M. E. church will greet their new pastor and wife, Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Edgren, at a social given in their honor at the church. Rev. C. F. Edwards, of Minneapolis, district superintendent, will also be present.