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VVT-rr *w*$i9Q&Mrrv~~*' PETER HANSON GRINDHE1M. Peter Hanson Grindheim, for the past 15 years a resident of this city, died at his home in the Glarum ad dition Sunday morning, dea»h being due to Bright's disease, with which he had been afflicted for some time. He had been ailing since last sum mer but it was only during the last week that he became seriously ill. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon, services being conducted by Rev. M. B. Michaelson at the residence and at the Lutheran Free church at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made at the Free church cemetery. Peter Hanson Grindheim was born in Norway on April 7, 1839, and he was thus 70 years, 7 months and 28 days old at the time of death. When he came to this coun try he worked for a number of years as a farmer in Norway Lake, atfer which he moved to Willmar where he busied himself with truck gardening. Ten years ago, at the age of 60, he married Miss Helga Halvorson. and they made their home on their residence property "^7^" The Wiggins Co. 320 Filth Street Willmar, Minn. «r•, a $ s«vivp Fof Christmas Presents of all kinds to fee found in an ap-to-date Jewelry Store, go to 9SBBBBnsssBMBBSsasBisBBBBiBBBSSBBBBBBB) A Nelso Corner Pacific Ave. and Fifth Street between the Glarum and the Spicer additions until a couple of weeks ago when they sold the property to John Johnson of Gracevilie and moved into their new residence in the Glarum addition. Aside from the residence the deceased owned one and a half block of land in the Glarum addition. The deceased is survived bv his wife and two sist ers, one at Crow River and one in Minneapolis. Miss Matilda Ramstad went thru here Friday on her way home to Norway Lake from the coast. Dur ing the past two years Miss Ram stad has been living in Washington and California, in the latter state being employed in the state library jat Sacramento She was obliged to give up her position some time ago on account of ill heaith, and now she is home to spend the winter. Mrs. N. M. Mossberg entertained at dinner at her suite in the Wig gins Flats Friday evening. After dinner the guests composed a the ater party at Dreamland. Mrs. J. R. Petersen enjoyed a visit the past week from Mrs. Flor ence Batcheldor of Montevideo. 'Iramp Dog Shot. An old tramp dog was shot by Brakeman L. J. Boudette last Thursday afternoon. For a long time he had been living a regular dog life, roaming around from one place to another. The last few months he hung around the depot, making friends with whom he might and picking up whatever anyone might throw to him. Thurs day he was taken sick, presumably from having eaten poison of some kind, and Mr Boudette took pity on him and put an end to his suffering. J. M. Spicer left this morning for Bagley Mills, Virginia, where he will spend a couple of months at the Osage Camp, after which he will join his son Raymond and go to San Antonio and various other places in Texas and New Mexico to spend the rest of the winter. He intends to retarn home about 1st. The most suitable Christmas pres ent— Eikjer Sepia Portrait. If you relish a good piece of pie, come and try our homemade kind. The best in the Cily. 421. Delmonico Cafe. No other Christmas Gift will give so much pleasure, to so many people, for so long a time, at so little cost, as this "IMPROVED CHAMPION" Columbi a GRAPHOPHON E Complete Outfit, $28.90 Including your own selection of Six Columbia Double-Disc Records (12 selections) and 200 needles. Use it while you are paying for it if you prefer 3 W 77 Handkerchiefs Ribbons A big assortment of beautifully embroidered and linen hemstitch ed initial handkerchiefs Aso silk initials AL PRICES A big assortment of ribbons. All colors a widths plains and fancies. Prices the lowest. Hand Bags and Purses Neckwear The Wiggins Co. 320 Fifth Street., Wilbnar, Minn. Ladies' fine neck wear Ruchings, Venetian Lace and Dutch Collars and collar pins, 25, 50,75c Special values and latest styles. Prices range from 25c up to $4.00. Valuable Premiums Given With Cash Purchases. High Grade Perfumes in Fancy Bottles price 25c to 50c. A Large Variety of Useful Holida Gifts At THE LADIES' STORE. Below are given a few suggestions for Christmas Shoppers. Let us assist you in selecting your gifts and save you money. Beautiful Silk Waists in assorted colors. A most ap- propriate gift. Combs Fancy Back & Side Combs make a fine gift. Prices 25c, 50c, 65c, 75c, $1.00 and up to $2.50. Ladies' Kid Gloves in all Colors Glove Bonds Jet Brooches, Pins & Cuff Button? Ladies' Fancy Stockings Our Remaining Stock of Ladies' Coats and Suits Will be Sold at a Big Discount 0. A SANDVEN ^ROSELAND ^^EPORTS Roseland, Dec. 7. The Roseland merchants have now moved into their new house from the store. This gives them more room for stock. They were assisted in re modeling the store by W. Hoffman. There will be a basket social at the school house in Dist. 87 next Wednesday evening, Dec. 22nd. A good program is being arranged. Lunch may be secured even by those who are not fortunate enough to get a basket. F. Hookstra has moved to the K. Douma farm which he rented some time ago. Mrs. C. Stob, Mrs. D. Nyp and T. Stob left last week for Chicago to visit relatives and friends. Henry Dragt Jr. is quite ill with pneumonia. A program is being prepared for the usual Christmas tree festival to be held at the church. Miss Flora Dykema was the vic tim of a surprise party last week. Miss Dykema is assisting Mrs. A. Knoll with her sewing this week. Corn husking is not finished yet, and if this weather does not change some of the corn will stay in the field till spring. Theget has put in a gasoline en gine, and after this he will do all his pumping and grinding with gasoline power. A BIG TIME AT THE SVEA SCHOOL On Saturday evening, Dec. 11th, at 8o'clock, the Svea schools, as sisted by outside talent, will give the following program, followed by a rag ball social and supper. Those bringing rag balls will also bring lunch for two. You can not spend Saturday evening more enjoyably than by coming and enjoying our hospitality. America Audience Selection Skoglund Orchestra An evening with Helen's babies... Augusta Johnson Good Rules Hubert Nelson Songs Grammar room Recitation Anselm Nelson bachelor Brown... Edgar Bengtson Vocal Solo Carl Lundberg Caleb's Courtship Lawrence Johnson The Minister's Mistake Zilpha Nelson Recitations Primary pupils Selection Skoglund orchestra Essay on Girls. .Eugene Westerberg TheTTfoung Orator and his Chums, Anselm Nelson, Veron Lundberg, Wm. Olson. Ladies' Furs Specially Priced A new assortment of Ladies' Furs just re ceived. Special low prices in Neckpieces and Muffs. $5.00 silk petticoats in colors and black, at ... Ladies' Auto Scarfs Kimonas and Dressing Sacques Cast of Characters. Mrs. John Smith Julia Johnson Anna Julia Johnson Jemima Mildred Westerberg Sophia Olive Nelson Arabella Marie Haraldson Clementina Olga Westerberg Jane Alice Johnson Matilda Ida Johnson Mrs. De Courcey Smith Lottie Nelson Sippets, a servant..Laura Lundberg Mrs. Betsy Brown Emma Anson HARRISON HUSKINGS Harrison, Dec. 8.—J. A. Miller assisted C. Pagel with corn shred ding at Jas. Tait's a few days last week. and Drawn work Scarfs and Center pieces. Prices 25c, 50c, 85c, 1.00, 1.25, 2.50, $3.25. Vocal solos Emma Anson The trials of the School mistress.. Ida Johnson Cookery maid Male quartette My Aunt'8 Heiress" a one-act farce. 35c, 60c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, $3.00. and Mufflers in the finest fabrics and de signs to be found, 65,75c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50 $2 Fifth Street Willmar, Minn. the Frank Felt of Fahlun was guest of the Dahl's last week. M. C. Gunderson, who for past year has been assisting E. Feig in general farm work, left on Saturday for his home at Eagle Lake to spend a few days, after which he will go to Minneapolis to seek employment. the E. Miss Ethel Blacktin, who has been the guest of Miss Ella Pagel the past two months, returned to her home in Minneapolis last Saturday, accompanied by Miss Ella Pagel. Petter Olson left for Bowman, N. D. Monday to remain perma nently on the homestead which he procured last spring. The social given at B. Barber's last Friday evening was well at tended though the weather was not favorable. C. Kragenbring has built a ma chine shed. E. Klatt has started his saw will in E. E. Feig's timber. A nurse arrived from Minneapo lis last Sunday to attend Mabel Mohr, who is very ill with infantile^ paralysis. The Maier young folks were vis itors at C. Honebrink's last Satur day evening. Andrew Birkeland left for Will mar Thursday to attend school. Frank Danielson visited at Emil Olson's last Saturday evening, the occasion being the latters birth day. Guild Supper and Sale. The Ladies Guild of St. Luke's Church will serve supper at the Guild Hall on Thursday, Dec. 16. at 5:30 o'clock. They will a'so have for sale a beautiful assort ment of Mexican handicraft. The following articles will be for sale: Japanese embroidery, Brazil ian Lace'work. Mexican drawn work, Mexican hand carved leather ar ticles, Japanese leather articles, Mexican silver filigree jewelry, Onyx paper weights, unusual toys, delicious cactus candy, Indian Pi non nuts, Pearl crosses from Jeru salem, novelties for gifts suitable for men, women and children rang ing in prices from 10 cents to $10. WANTED-Good girl for general housework. Only two in the fami ly. Mrs. E. P. Matthews. 712 3rd St. S. Kandiyohi County PLATS W* have a limited supply of loose leaf plats of th»* same u»ed in the Illustrated History of Kandiyohi County. Until disposed of we will send copies of the same postpaid to any ad dress at the following prices: COUNTY MAP, two pajres, in five colors S~C*i* $4.35 Another big value at $5.00 Battenberg 50c TOWNSHIP MAPS, full page colored by school districts, showing farms, roads, schools, churches, etc., any township 9C» of the county, eath «»V VILLAGE PLATS ofRajmond. At water, Spicer, Kandiyohi, New London Pen- 9C* nock and Priam, each «»C GREEN LAKE SHORE PLATS. No 1. eon taming Green Lake Beach Psirk Addition, Echo Beach, and North wood B«*ach and No. 2, containing Crescent Beach Haverlj's Ad* dition. Lake Front and Summit ad- 9llg* ditions, each MISCELLANEOUS PLATS. Monongalia historical chart. Original Kandijohi histor ical chart, Geological map of county, 9Cj» each WILLMAR CITY, maps, per set City and ward 5fc Tribune Printing Co. Willmar Minn. Local G. N. Time Table. All odd numbered trains are West bound. All even numbered trains are East bound. Train No. Arrives Leaves Bound For 3—From St. Paul 2.05 a. 2:1 a Seattle 4—From Seattle 3:20 a. 3:25 a. St. Paul .9—From St. Paul 11:10 p. 11:15 Gran^ Forks 10—From Fargo, Grand Forks. 4:10 a. tn 4:15 a. St. Paul 13—From St. Paul 1*30 2:25 p. Fargo 14—From Fargo 1:40 p. 2:30 p. St. Paul 21—From St. Paul 9:00 p. 22—To St. Paul 7:00 a. tn 31—From St. Cloud, Duluth 1:45 p. 2:00 p. Sioux City 32—From Sioux City 2:00 p. 2M5 p. St. Cloud & Duluth 51—For Sioux City, Yankton 12:01 a. 62—From Sioux City, Yankton 3:45 a.