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Is made easy if you have the money to use for that purpose. A little sum deposited now with little sums added to it in a regular manner during the coming year will make the 'joy of giving" a pleasure next year. How Tne South Is Being Won Over by Talt. In his newspaper, "The Issue," Former Governor Va daman of Mississippi rii-cu-ses the claim that "Mr Taft is close to the southern poople Governor Vardaman says: "Let us see how close Mr. Taft is to the southern people—what he stands foi, that they are interested in. He is the embodiment of the Payne-Aldnch bill, which is the most iniquitous of all robber tariffs. He stands for ship-subsidy, which is a steal pure and simple. Grand larceny by law. He stands for a central bank of issue, which will put the control of the money supply of the nation in the hands of a tew great financiers who would scuttle the ship of state and outrage the Goddess of Liberty, coin the tears and blood of the toiling people into dollars, or damn their immor tal souls for profit. He stands for a great army and a great navy, which increases the burden of tax ation, now so heavily borne by the farmers and laboiers of this re public. He stands for social and political eqaulity between the white people and the negroes, which means the destruction of the white man's civilization in the south, and the contamination of Caucasian blood. If Mr. laft's views on the race problem should be carried out, the white people would ultimately be forced to leavv. the south. He stands for imperialism which is violative of the genius of our government. He stands for usur pation of power by the federal judiciary. In other words, he is the incarnation of the extreme infamies of the reublican party Vilded with an innocent smile. If Mr. Taft 'is close to the people of the south,' he is only close to them to corrupt the integrity of the white race, to plunder by law the people who toil, that the few pets of the repubilcan party may grow richer still. To do everything against their interest and nothing for their interest, is what he stands for in politics. About the only thing he is willing to give the southern people is the sunlight of his trademark smile and a few hot air compliments. And with all that, I think Taft is a much better man politically, much truer to his con victions, and closer to the southern people, than Dickinson. Taft is what he pretends to be. Dickinson is as much of a republican as Taft, and pretends to be a democrat. I prefer the genuine article to the gilded counterfeit." The saving habit is worth cultivating. We can help you No sum too small. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Savings Department WILLMAR MINN. SO Furs Wanted! Highest Cash Prices Paid for Mink Fox Skunk Raeeoon and Muskrat IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL AND GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU SELL. John Lundquist. Post Cards KANDIYOHI COUNTY SUBJECTS. Send for an assortment of our post card* to have on hand for sending greetings and brief messages to our friends OLD SETTLER'S SERIES. SUBJECTS Old Log cabin, with oxjoke, cradle, rifle trap9 etc First Grist and Saw Mill at New London Four pioneer homes An old rail fence Prairie cabin in a snow drift The Postmj hr cabin Early Atwater LAKE VIEWS. B»K Kandiyohi Lake, Lake Florida, Eagle Lake, Swenson Lakes, Lake of Hefta, Norway Lake, Glesne Lakes, Crook Lake, Henderson Lake COMIC CARDS. With drawings and sayings by Kandiyohi County's Artist-Philosopher, "Uncle Silas" SUBJECTS "Was Barnum Right' "Lincoln Was Right Look Out fo the Prohibition Sheriff" "We CountryrFolks take a Back Seat for No ood\ I Here By Accident This Uncertainty is Just Killing "Catching the Suckers "Slightly Embarrassed Sold by dealers, or will send an assort ment of twenty-five cards to any address postpaid for 25c in stamps CARDS TO ORDER. We have cuts of all public buildings in the county and hundreds of views, and are prepared to print cards for special occasions, to suit, in not less than 500 lots at reasonable prices. Wri to us if interested. TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. WILLMAR MINNESOTA LOCAL BREVITIES E'kjer Sepia Poi traits—Just thing for Christmas Elkjpr Sepia Potr its de a "hit" in Willmat. Have made for Christmas. Just before Christmas ihc? store ads. have an electric interest —and undeniable "news value." FOR RENT—Two large, pleasant, furnished rooms, three blocks from depot. Will'rent separate or can bi used together for light housekeep ing. N. B. Carlson. 329 Becker Ave. 43tf Mrs. J. C. Hanson of Litchfield wishes to announce to the ladies of Willmar that she will be at the Youngberg Sisters' Millinery store Wednesday the 15th and Thursday the 16th of December with a full line of fancy work suitable for Christmas presents. lpd The Y. P. S. of the Synod Church will meet in the church basement on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock for the purpose of electing officers for the new year and to consider any other business that might come before the meeting. All members are requested to be present. Education is the password of the future. It is the secret of success in every branch of industry. If vour school course has not given you the training necessary to meet the varied phases of your vocation, then take a winter's course at Kennedy's Business College of St. Cloud, Minn. Day and Night School. Miss Leonora Boyd entertained a number of friends at her home last Saturday evening. "Ring toss," the latest craze in games, furnished the amusement of the evening, prizes being won by Miss Lillie Noren and Miss Nora Elf strum. Prof. Peterson of the Will mar seminary secured the highest individual score, 65. At the con elusion of the sets delicious re freshments were served. The following have paid subscrip tions to the Tribune during the past cwo weeks: A. L. McDonald, M. E. Anderson, Chas. Erickson, Geo. Lundbom, Mrs. F. L. Holm, John A. Moen, Jos. Magnuson, A. L. Walin, Anton Anderson, Gunder Swenson, Chas. Pemble, Isaac De Visher, Peter Anderson, Mrs. G. J. Swedberg, A. C. Vanous, Martin Bergerson, Mrs. James Sanderson, George Sanderson, Ed. Trulson, Chris Solberg, Alick Westerberg, Kerkhoven Mercantile Co., Henry Hough, L. A. Mostue, Erick Faulk, Mary Jenson, Herman Larson, John Hedlund, Elias Rachie, J. A. Swan son, C. T. Thorson, Emil Petersen, Peter Larson, E. E. Peterson, A. G. Anderson, H. Hande. J. W. Johnson, T. R. Harris, P. J. Dale, Arthur Magnuson, Ole Hendrick son, Dr. J. R. Petersen. Edwin Newgord returned to Rainy Butte N. D., last Saturday after a short visit with his folks here Edwin is proving up a claim and intends to make it his future home. Miss Ina Iverson came down from Klara. N. D. last week for a visit with her folks here till over Christ mas. Miss Selma Stenerson worked for Frank McClougth last week. (First Publication Dec 8th-4t«.) Citation for Mooring on Final Account and for Distribution. ESTATE OF CHRISTINE ENGLUND. STATE OP MINNESOTA, County ol Kandiyohi, In Probate Court. in the matter of the Estate of Christine Kng lund, Decedent. The State of Minnesota to all persons in terested in the final account and distribution of the estate of said decedent' The represent ative of the above named decedent, having filed in this court his final account of the ad ministration of the estate of said decedent, together with his petition praying for the adjustment and allowance of said final ac count and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled, Therefore, You, and each of you, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, before this court at the Probate Court Rooms in the Court House, in the City of Willmar in the County of Kandiyohi State of Minnesota, on the 3rd day of January, 1910, at one o'clock P. M., why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the fudge of said court, and the Seal of said court, this 7th day of December, 1909 I Court A. NORDIN 1 Seal Probate Judge GEO. H. OTTBRNESS Attorney for Petitioner. Willmar, Minn. 5 MNGVflLLE RINGERS ?£fe^ *w Ringville Dec. 5. —It becomes our sad duty this time to report the death of Mrs. John 0. Johnson, formerly of this place, but now of Rainy Butte, N. D., to which place Mr. Johnson and family moved a year ago to prove up a homestead. Deceased leaves to rrourri her death, her husband and six small children of which the youngest is only 4 weeks old, one brother, Carl, of Clinton, a sister, Magda, and her father, Amund Hagen, of this place. Ihis came as an unexpected blow to the husband and children and they have the sympathy of the en tire community in this their be reavement. ^WiliiiMiMiittiiiitt 5 Stylish Silks Scarfs.... 5 Holiday Dress Goods and Silks Holiday Furs 5 Holiday Slippers ym 9 3 2 0 A Financier. The negro, although proverbially im provident, sometimes has bis weather eye open A man gave a dime to a young darky who had done him some trifling service. The darky handed it back. "Now, Marse Billy," he said, "you knows I doan' want no pay for what I does for you. Des gimme dat ole •nit o' clo'es youse got on." What more appropriate than a Suit or Skirt Pat tern in Black or Fancy Dress Goods. Our stock is new and up-to-date and prices the very lowest. A grand array of reliable Silks, suitable for Waist Patterns in Messeline, Taffetas, Peau de Soie, Satins and China Silks in Black and all the leading Colors. Our 36 inch guaranteed Black TafTetta at— $1.45 per 0 a is without question the best value. It is suitable for Skirts, Waists, Petticoats and Linings. Every lady has a hankering for some article in the Fur line. Why not satisfy this desire. In Small Furs, Scarfs, Muffs, Etc., our variety is very large. We can surely suit you in style and price. Black Coney and Black Coney and Wool Mitten and Gloves BAGS Ladies' Wrist and Shopping Bags. We have them in a beautiful variety that will beacceptableto any woman. 2 5 a up to $ 3 0 0 RUGS Make a very acceptable present. We have just recieved a big assort ment, andja pick these lots will cost you but a trifle. Fancy Ribbons «P Muffs.... 1 5 up Wool Mittens for Ladies7 |Q£ a &n& and Children, at up A new assortment of Neck and fancy ribbions has been received for Xmas. She would be pleased with one of our beautiful tinted ribbons for a gift. What more appropriate gift than Slippers from husbands to wives, from Children to parents and grandparents. What present can the young man give to his best girl more becoming and Charming than a pair of fascinating Slippers. We have all Kinds and Colors. Our Stock is very large and they are wonder- a A vlniti to our stock of Men's furnish- "10 lngs will soon convince you that if prices and quality count, we have the goods. I E S A man's Christmas would be like a hol low mockery without anew necktie A choice line of all late Fancy Four-in-hand Tecks, etc., can be had at 25,35,50 and 65 coats. ^MMMMMMMMMMMM HOLIDAY LINENS S S E N E S One of our Xmas Box of Suspenders would make any man's heart glad. The individual boxes make the gift all the more attractive and they don cost any more. 50 aad 65 cent* a box A S Find out the size h? wears and let us fit him wi a new Xmas Gap. Can't help but please him from or assortment. Cause and Effect. "He's quite a prominent politician here, is he not?" inquired the visiting Briton. "Oh. no he's a statesman," replied the native. "Well, what's the difference?" "A statesman, my dear sir, is one who is in politics because he has money. A politician is one who has money because he Is in„, politics."— Philadelphia Press. Ladies Suits and Coats Special reduction Sale Prices on Ladies' Suits and Coats and Children's Coats. This Sale gives you the opportunity of buying a strictly first-class Coat, Suit or Skirt at a price that will surely please you This is a genuine bargain offer and one that deserves your earnest consideration. Coming at this season of the year, when the season is at its best, it will be doubly appreciated. If you have decided to select your presedts from this stock you will save money. Ladies' Kid Mittens 50 a pair to $ 1 .QO BlueandTan 4 PERFUMES Table Covers, Side Board and Bureau Covers, Doilies, Center pieces in Battenberg and Drawn work. A large assorment to select from. Table Damask in bleached and unbleached Red, jQ/-r 0 si ttr\ 4-f\ 1 O a A most appropriate Xmas gift is a Lunch Cloth, the housekeeper never has too many and they always come in handy. Our prices are rifts? +r\ msx Perfumes put up in fancy boxes. Inexpensive pres ents and very acceptable ioc to $1.25 fully Cheap at 60, 70, 75, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $1. 65. Come and see these Slippers. Ladies' Holiday Neckwear There is always a large demand for Ladies' Neck wear during Holidays. We are prepared to take care of your wants. Prices range from 25c and up to $2.00. S Everything that is rew and pood in style, tit.ii workmanship, ycu will find embodied in our "Silver" Dress shuts Ail size-.. Price $1.00 S a Nothing better for a man's or boy's Xmas. Our showing of Fancy Sweaters is an attractive one, anv girment well suited for a gift, frjm $5.00 down to $1.25 THE NEW STORE Classic, but Complicated. He has just heard one of those classic and complicated pieces of par lor music which, for reasons best known to the composer, are dubbed waltzes "What do you think of it?" he was asked "Well," be answered reflectively, "if that thing's a waltz none but a centi ped could keep time to it "—New York Times BENSON BROS. & JORRIS, CHRISTMAS IS COMING By Leaps and Bounds &/>e What He Thought. The old gentleman was not accus tomed to having the uew railway in his tonn T'pon seeing a train ap proaching he whipped up his hors,e and tried to rross the track in front of it He and lits horse came out safe Iv, but the wagon was badly broken When be found That he was not jured he «a'l«-d to (lie engineer, "Why I thought rou saw me coming Argonaut NEW STORE Is far advanced in elaborate preparations for a royal welcome of Santa Glaus on the occasion of his annual visit. Every shelf, counter and table in the store is full to overflowing with useful goods for Holiday Gifts, marked the very lowest prices* We invite you to visit our store and give us the privilege of showing you our goods. You will find many useful articles for Ladies, Hen and Children. Handkerchiefs Silk Mittens 1 3 0 WfrWWWWWWWftW% A large line and prices to suit all from— Kid Gloves 2 and up to 75c. Among these you will find some fine imported Swiss Pure Linen in Lace and Fancy Embroidery some with embroidered edges, others with hemstitched edges. Any of these would make a most acceptable gift. Our Kid Glove are all guaranteed, shade you wish to pick from, at.., Shawls and Fascinators a it They are most acceptable gifts, appre ciated bj all men. We shov ver tiling from the medium price goves and mit tens to ihe hnesi Silk Lined an Won) Lined glovess and oiiiten* -Rat jro nf prices from 25c to $2.75 Heavy Warm Wool Shawls and Fascinators— Any at 95c Ladies Belts, Buckles and Pins Some new Styles in ladies' belts for Holiday Season. Prices 25c and up a big line of Belt Pins and Buckles. 25c to $3.50 Knit Fascinators and the new style Scarf. Spacs does not allow us to tell about the Variety. Come in and be Convinced. a Just four items and the prices should make you quick buyers Every piece thai you buy from these lots is un der actual value Might Help Some. In Shakespearean days they used to label the scenery They hung out placard's stating that "This Is a vVood" or "This Is a Castle." We don't need to do that now Still, we might use the scheme to ad vantage It would help sometimes to see an alleged Thespian bearing the legend, "This Is an Actor."—Louisville Courier-Journal. Loi 1. VIt us' Wool K'astn Ribbed shirt or drawers worth $125, his lot goes at 89c 12 M.ns'All W. ol Buckskin san itary shirt or drawers, worth 0150. this lot goes at $1.12} Lot 3 Cooper's Natural gray wool, ex tra avy shirt or drawi rs, this lot ene* at $1.20 Lot 4 ''coper's Heavy Fleeced Suits 1 his lot noes at n: $1.50 Hosiery 2™LUnderwear It is a wise giver who buys hosiery and underwear as his Christmas re membrance to her. See our line for high quality and all sizes. Cotton and Lisle Hose O to 5 0 Wool and Cash mere Hose 2 5 to 5 0 Silk Hose $ 1 4 5 to $ 2 2 5 Fleeced Underwear 19 to 5 0 Wool Underw'r $ 1 0 0 to $ 2 2 5 Union 98c wu,mar Minn. MWWMW«M«WWfF 8ugar Water. Eau sucree Is said to dispel thirst more efficaciously than any other drink, and it is simplicity itself. Pu three large lumps of sugar in a tum bler with a table^poonful of water and allow the sugar to dissolve, then fill up with more cold water. The French say that the perfection of this drink consists in letting the sugar first melt slowly in a small quantity of water.