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Willmar tribune. [volume] (Willmar, Minn.) 1895-1931, December 08, 1909, Image 8

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Always an acceptable present. Whan you f^
Alway an acceptable present Whe you
don't know what to buy, you are always
safe in buying Handkerchiefs.
Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs, all linen, plain hem
stitched, put up doz in a box, •TC
per box I and
Men's Initial Handkerchiefs, all linen, plain f*i\
hemstitched, put up doz in box per box
Ladies' Fancy Handkerchiefs, all linen, hemstitched,
fancy Maderia worked corners in ^Q A
colors each, at from 1 O
Large variety of Children's Handkerchiefs
at from 5c each and up.
Ladies' Silk Hosiery in black and
fancy colors $1.50 & $2.00 pair.
Leather Goods.
A very large line to
the fashionable styles
and colors at
Ladies9 Aprons.
Large and varied assortment, small and
large, in dainty lace trimmed materials
25c, 40c, 50c, 65c, 75c and $1.00.
Ladies' Long Kimonas.
In Fleeced Goods $2.50
In Serpentine Crepe, plain
and figured
Jap Silk Kimonas at $8.00, $10.00, $12.00
Peterson & Wellin
Kandiyohi, Dec. 6 —Anton and
Harry Lundquist returned last Mon
day from a visit with their sister,
Mrs. John Dahlin, in St. Paul.
George Norman left Wednesday
for Breckenridge after spending a
week at the home of hig parents.
select from in all
and sizes, in black
50c to $12.00
While we have both the popular priced
as well as the better grades, we make a
special of a Genuine Sole Leather Suit
Case, 23 inches long, comes in a rich
coffee brown and olive color with either
straps or bolts has the best of finish and
perfect workmanship. This suit case
has no equal at
Small Furs.
For a substantial Christmas gift—Neck
Pieces and Muff to match. In all the
popular FURS at reasonable prices.
John Johnson, of Willmar, visit
ed friends and relatives here last
Mrs. M. Downs, who has heen
visiting in Litchfield for a week, re
turned Friday.
Miss Emma Berg, of Gennessee,
has been dressmaking for her sister,
Mrs. Charley Cederstrom, the past
F. E. Croonquist made a business
trip to Willmar last Monday.
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For a lasting and appropriate Christmas Gift get a Silk
Waist Pattern or a nice Wool Dress Pattern. In our
stock you will find the
seasons choicest novel
ties at
$1.00 per yd.
One] of our very strongest
departments and always
a welcome^ gift.
Table Damask by the" yard
50c to $1.50.
Table Cloths^in 2 ancP2£ yard
lengths with Napkins
to match.
Ladies' D. & P. Silk Lined Mocha
Gloves at
Ladies' French Kid Gloves,
black and colors at
Lunch and Tea'Cloths Jinjall
sizes and qualities.
$1.50 and $2.00
Oscar Hallen left last Thursday
for Minneapolis where he will at
tend school this winter.
Miss Esther Swedberg came up
from Minneapolis Thursday to stay
for some time at the home of her
Miss Lydia Gabrielson went to
Minneapolis last Tuesday to visit
with lelatives.
Mrs. Sampson and Miss Chelgren
of Litchfield, have been guests the
For convenience, when in doubt as *o size and color we issue Glove Coupons.
The Coupon can b. exchanged at any time at our store for Gloves or Mittens.
Ladies' D. & Cape Gloves,
unlined or silk lined at
Ladies' Wool and Kur Lined
Mocha Mittens at
$1.00 to $3.00
Men's D. & P. Cape Gloves, un
lined and silk lined
$1.50 and $2.00
Men's Mocha Mittens and Fur
Driving Mittens
$1.00 to $3.50
past week at the home of the for
mer's daughter, Mrs. L. V. Lund.
Miss Regina Aune returned Fri
day from Minneapolis where she
has been spending some time with
htr sister.
Miss Ida and Emma Johnson came
down from Willmar Tuesday morn
ing to attend the Mission meeting
held at Trirtolis last week.
Elmer Tulin spent a couple of
day last week visiting at the home
Mai or Telephon Order
from all Rural Lines will be given
The next two weeks will be busy days at
Every indication goes to show that this year's
will far exceed all previous years. There are a good many reasons why
the HOLIDAY business should be good this year. One of the many
reasons is that our County had an unusually good crop. Every farmer is
more than satisfied with his yield, which with the prevailing high prices on
all farm products is bound to make him feel in a generous mood when it
comes to CHRISTMAS shopping. Our store is filled with seasonable
merchandise. We lay particular stress on three things:
Quality Price.
We invite you to visit our STORE and inspect all the useful and appro
priate articles you can find in our stock for Christmas Gifts. We advise
our customers to do their buying as early as possible, so as to avoid the
I inevitable rush the last few days before Christmas. Any goods selected
now can be laid aside and delivered when wanted. Below we make a few
I suggestions for substantial and lasting Christmas Gifts.
of his sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Shoberg, of
Mr. and Mrs Roy Jones went to
Superior, la., Friday to visit with
Mr. Jones' parents.
Tom Webb left Saturday morning
for a brief visit in the cities.
Rev. J. Aim of Minneapolis, a
former pastor of ihe Tripolis
church, attended the mission meet
ings held here last week.
RED CROSS Christmas
Stamps for sale here.
One cent each.
Holiday Neckwear.
Endless variety of styles
Put up in fancy boxes at
and patterns.
50c & $1.00 each.
Knit Mufflers in mercerized cotton and
worsteds plain and fancy colors, with
glove clasp in front at
50c & $1.00 each
in Black and Fancies, at
50c to $3.00 each
Men's and Boys'
Belts and Suspenders.
Put up in handsome Christmas boxes,
50c per pair.
Put up in Fancy Christmas Baskets at
75c & $1.00 per pair.
with Fancy Buckles, each
50c & $1.00.
Men's House Coats, $5.00 up
Peterson & Wellin
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gusrafs.
entertained a few of their friends
at dinner Sunday.
Victor and Willie Holmberg, of
Willmar, called on friends and rel
atives here last week.
John H. Anderson, who has been
staying at the home of Nels Ander
son the past summer, went to St.
Cloud Thursday to attend school at
that place.
Charley Alban, of Fahlun, left on
the most nutritions
food and the most
dainty and delicious
WANTED—Good girl for gener
al housework. Mrs. N. B. Carlson
329. Becker ave. W. tf.
FOR SALE—Ten cords of wood.
Edward Hoglund, R. D. 2, Willmar.
(Kandiyohi township. Sec. 32.) 438t
FOR SALE Several pairs of
slightly used skates for sale cheap.
Inquire of Albin Carlson, at Carl
son Bros. & Frost. 41f
ESTRAY—Two sheep came to my
place last summer, in section 32,
Dovre township. The owner will
please come and identify them and
pay for this notice.
41-3t 0. R. SLETTEN.
class buttermaker with twelve
years' experience ten years in Min
nesota creameries and two seasons
in government creamery in Alberta.
Best of references. Speaks Scandi
navian and English. Sober. Mar
ried. Address Fred S^enberg, Co
kato, Minn.
FOR SAL E— A fifteen-horse
power gasoline engine of my own
make, the well-known Willmar en
gine, used only about four months.
Will be sold cheap if taken at once.
Also a four-horse engine which I
will sell as I intend to put in an
electric motor. Both engines may
be examined at my garage. 41f
Absolutely Pure
Nofrettingover the biscuit
making. Royal is first
aid to many a
cook's success
Miscellaneous Want Column
FOR SALE—Good cook stove—
15 takes it. Inquire at Tribune
FOR SAL E—$1700 Residence
Property, on installment plan. See
J. T. Otos. 6f
TO LET—Steam heated rooms,
single or en suite, the Ames Block,
5th St. 492pf
FOR RENT—A four-room house.
Inquire of J. E. Leslie or J. T.
Otos. tf
FARM FOR RENT. 160 acres,
8 miles from Willmar. H. T. Ol
son, 734 A St., Willmar. tf.
SALESMEN wanted to introduce
our new statistical and commercial
state charts, just printed, and a
new idea. The earnings are in
keeping with your ability and en
ergy. To experienced map sales
men we can offer a splendid open
ing, and to those who are not fam
iliar with the work, we can take in
hand and develop into high grade
salesmen if the ability is at hand.
Rand, McNally & Co., Chicago, III.
Willmar•« Markets
Corrected Dec. 7, 1009.
Prices on creamery tratter.Hour bran, snon
and apples are dealers' selling prices, all othe
are prices paid to producers.
Willmar Elevators are paying two cents
above market prices.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern $1.02
Wheat, No. 2 $1 OO
Wheat, No. 3 98c
Wheat, No. 4 9+c
Wheat, rejected 86c
Wheat, No. 1 Velvet Chaff. 97«/^c
Wheat, No. 2 VelvetChaff. 95VJc
Wheat, No. 3 Velvet Chaff. 92V2c
Wheat, No 1 Durum 80c
Wheat, No. 2 Durum 78c
Wheat, No. 3 Durum 75c
Wheat, No. 4 Durum 72o
Oata 31c to 34c
Barley 42cto47c
Flax $1 57 to $1 72
Rve 57c to 61c
Corn 38c to 43c
Plour, fancy $3.10
flour, straight $3 OO
Bran $21
Shorts $22
Potatoes 40c
Beans 7S per bushel
Cabbage iysc per pound
Butter, separator 26c to 28c
Butter, dairy 26c to 28c
Limbs $5 Oto$6. O
Sheep $2.75 to $4.00
Chickens 6c to 9c
Beef steers $3 OO to $3.50
Beefcows $2 50 to$3.00
Hogs, live $7.00 to$7.25
V»al calves $3.00 to $4.50
Hides 8c
Wool 20c to 22c
Thursday for Stevens Point to visit
The concert to be given by the
Kandiyohi Swedish Band last Thurs
day in the schoolhouse in Dist. 44
was postponed until Thursday, Dec.
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FOR RENT—One five room
house, also steam heated rooms. In
quire of R. W. Stanford, Postoffice
building. tf.
FOUND—A gold bracelet. Own
er may have same by calling here,
describing property and paying for
this notice.
FOR RENT—Two farms, one in
town of Dovre, sec. 6, and one
three miles north of Pennock. Mrs.
Amanda Mikkelscn, Pennock, Minn.
Rt 1. 38tf.
or $3.50 per cord. S. J. Walgren,
Fahlun Twp., address R. ?, Will
mar. 42tf
FOR SALE—Fire Insurance. Just
send me a word when you want
some and I will call on you. Lewis
Johnson, Office 214 4th st. phona
494. tf
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 —A good 360 acre
farm, 200 cultivated, laige pasture,
1C acres grove, very good buildings,
windmill etc. Call on or write to
M. O Thorpe, Willmar, Minn. 43f
FOUND—Last Saturday, near
A. Arnebon's place in Aictander, a
pair of driving gloves. The owner
may have same by calling on Hakon
Nelson, section 26, Arctander. 431p
FOR SALE—At a bargain and
on easy terms, a 273 acre farm in
township of Fahlun, or will rent.
For paiticulars inquire of Ander
son Land Co Willmar. Minn. 38f
FOUND—Some time ago, on the
road to Eagle Lake, a lady's shop
ping bag. Owner may have same
by calling at the Tribune office,
proving property and paying for
this notice.
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.
WANTED—A number of lans
on Kandiyohi County farms in
which to invest our SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT funds. No better se
curity "outdoors."
Kandiyohi County Bank. 13f
—I am prepared to store your
automobiles in my garage for a
very reasonable consideration.
also recharge and take care of
storage batteries during the winter.
411f. Lars Halvorson.
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.
Those prize-winning portraits
can be seen in Elkjer's Street Show
Case now.
Go to Ihe Delmonico Cafe for
the best cap of coffee in the City.
421. E. T. Saodbo.
Never Opened His Mouth.
"Not infrequent rays of unconscious
humor illumine the otherwise impossi
ble stories that come to my desk from
amateurs." says a reader for one of
the magazines. "Recently chanced
upon this choice bit:
'John, the husband, and Grace, the
wife, ate on together in silence. There
was indubitably an ill feeling between
them. The husband devoured a plate
of soup, half a fish, an entree or two,
a piece of roast beef, together with a
sweet, without ever once opening his

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