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THISesiare
Ladies' and Misses'
Cloak and
Suit Dep't
THIS
is one of our busiest
departments during* the fall
months, where all the staple
styles as well as novelties can
be found in great varieties. In
Ladies' Cloaks and Suits we
are showing a large line of the
"Wooltex Models," known for
their superior quality, fit and
workmanship.
Ladies' cloth coats, this season's
latest styles
$10.00 to $35.00
Cloth coats with Fur collars at
$15.00 to $25.00
Ladies' plush and cloth coats with
fur collars
$25.00 to $35.00
Children's and Misses' cloth coats
$2.00 to $12.00
STUDY THE UNDERWEAR
PROBLEM
AND YOU WILL FIND
MimsingLeads
OTHERS FOLLOW
abroad assertion, but never the less it is true, and
ever ready to prove it. No brand of underwear
ha gained the confidence of our patrons like the Famous
Munsing Garments. Our trade demands the best on the market
when it comes to underwear and that is why we handle Munsing.
Wb know theie is Satisfsction in Every Thread of it, and our
customers come again. Munsing Underwear is dainty and fine
enough for the most fastidious and the price is so moderate that
all classes may enjoy tbis underwear of high quality. Munsing
stands on its own merit and we know that if you once wear it,
you will have no other brand
For Men, Women and Children
Children's Union Suits 50c to 75c
Boys and Girls 75c to $2.00
Men's 1.00 to $5 Women's $1 to 3.50
Not Guilty.
"Is your husband a bibliomaniac
asked Mrs Oklcabtle as sbo was being
permitted to \iew the treasures in the
library of the new neighbor
"Merry sakes, no!" replied Mrs.
Packenbam "He uever bibbles a bit.
Oh, of course I don't say that he
wouldn't take a little at his meals if
the rest was doin' it. but that's as far
as he ever goes in them kind of
things."—Chicago Record-Herald.
Music.
The Chinese claim music was invent
ed by the Empeior Fuhsi some 3,000
years befoie the Chiistian era.
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She Knew Him.
She—You know, Harry, so far as I
am concerned, I am only too happy
to become your wife, but my tat her.
you know-
He—But what has your father got to
do with itr' Your father hasn't got to
live with me.
She—No. Harry, but you may have
to live with father, you know.—Boston
Transcript.
His Business Qualities.
"W hat son ot a man is he?"
"A good debtor and a bad creditor."
—Detroit Fiee Press.
YOU GET THE BEST THERE IS 1
in GASOLINE ENGINES
When you buy from us. Both new and second-hand!
REMEMBER ALSO that we re-build old engines
and make them good as new, and do all kings of
machine repairng.
OMAN & JOHNSON MACHINE WORKS. 1
'WILLMAR, MIMM.
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THE
LEADING
STORE
YOUR
YOU'LLefind
BETTER
ANGordon,
O
WE
WANTED—Girl to
ton Candy Kitchen.
W/lpl^P^f^
come in and look over our line of Kuppen
heimer and Edenheimer "1 O f.^ 4 0 E
Oyercoats. Prices range from__ O O O p.6tJ
by the way, when you think of a Hat, get a
$3.00. You will look better and feel
better.
Extra Good Values in Men's Working and Sheep Lined Clothing
cater especially to the man who cares the man who
knows that he can measure his investment in cloth
ing only by the quality and service he gets.
Men's corduroy coats, sheep lined, fur collar $5.00
Men's heavy moleskin and whipcord coats, sheep lined,
Boys' sheep lined coats, with fur collars 3.50
Boys' heavy duck coats 1.0 0
SPECIAL lot of Boys' heavy double d»0 f\f\
breasted overcoats, sizes 3 to 8, at__*P^*""
OVERCOAT will be your warm personal friend
for the next few months better not associate with
friends you can't respect quality, style, fit, tailoring
right an overcoat to introduce to your
other friends.
more good ones here than you ever saw
in on plage before in this city, we have them
in all sizes and tofitvarious builds, and there is not a
"cheap" one in the lot. We insist upon quality first,
price second for we have learned that most men feel
that way about it.
UR Shoe Department has a most excellent and
complete line of Crossett Shoes from $3.50 to $5.00.
MISCELLANEOU
S WANTS
work. Bos
39f
SIGNS—"For Rent," For Rent,
Furnished Room," "For Sale,"
"Dressmaking"—printed on card
board, for sale at the Tribune office
at 10 cents each.
WANTED—All bachelors to send
their laundry to us. No more miss
ing buttons. All buttons replaced
free of charge.
129f Willmar Steam Laundry.
FOUND—A silver net pocket
book. Containing some change.
Owner may have same by proving
property and paying for this notice.
Call at Tribune office. 37f
FLAX STRAW WANTED—Farm
ers who have flax straw to sell are
requested to round up their stacks
to keep the straw dry and in good
condition. Will pay you a fair
price for good straw.
Bonham Bros.
24tf Route 4, Willmar.
STOVE FOR SALE—Art Garland
self-feeder coal stove, in good con
dition for sale at a bargain. Call at
this office for information. 36f
W a N
HE month of October with its perfect and mild weather failed
to bring the amount of fall and winter business which we had
expected. Our stock of Fall and Winter Goods which is by
far the largest in Kandiyohi County, is now at its very best.
Assortments are complete in every department, where you will
find high-grade dependable goods. Our aim is to handle nothing but
first-class merchandise that we can stand back of and recommend to
our customers. If any article bought at our store does not prove satis
factory, it will be satisfactorily adjusted or your money will be refunded.
Now is the time to lay in your supply of winter goods. We invite you
to visit our store, where you will find the season's latest novelties.
Good service and low prices for high grade merchandise.
B£*E&5
PETERSON & WELLI
N
THE LEADING STORE, WILLMAR, MINN.
WANTED—A number of loans
on Kandiyohi County farms in
which to, invest our SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT funds. No better se
curity "outdoors."
Kandiyohi County Bank. 13f
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE.—
240 acres in town of Mamre and 200
acre farm in Town of Dovre, Sec.
6. Farm in good condition En
quire of Mrs. A. Mickelson, Pen
nock, Minn., R. F. D. No. 1. 28tf
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.
Sleepwalkers.
Cases in the medical books show that
somnambulists have walked as far
fifteen miles in their sleep.
i°"gar,--6.50
Copyright 1910
The House of Kuppenheimer
Chic?Co
I Love You.
Very interesting are the phrases used
by the various people of the world to
express "I lo\e jou." Wherever there
are human beings declarations of love
are made, and there are a thousand lan
guages in which the tender passion
may be expressed. The Chinese say
"Uo ugai ni." the Armenian expresses
his lo"ve with '*Se siren as hez," the
Arab is content with the short "Xe
habbek." while the Turk murmurs
"Sidi seveiorum" In India "Main
syne ka pisar karim" is the declan tion.
Rut the CJreenlander holds the palm for
the word of love. When he does not
stammer it has fifteen syllables and
has been recorded phonetically thus:
"IJnifgraeerndlainalerfironajunguarrig
ujak!"
Notaries Public.
Notaries public are s»aid to have been
first appointed by the leaders of prim
itive Christians for the purpose of col
lecting data for the lives of the first
century martyrs. It was a long time
before the office had to do with legal
employments, such as attesting deeds,
wills, etc., and establishing their au
thenticity in any other country. There
was much irregularity in the law con
cerning notaries until the year 1801,
when statutes were passed in England
and other countries fixing their duties.
—New York American.
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THE
LEADING
STORE
J}
Rely on
Extraordinary Values
Not So Much of a Joke.
The late Lmley Sambourne. the fa
mous Punch cartoonist, began life man
engineering works. When a oung mail
he was always fond of playing practi
cal jokes, and a French draftsman em
ployed at the engineering works often
became the butt of his humor. One
day Sambourne hit upon the bright
idea of nailing the Frenchman's hat
down to his desk. He awaited the
consequences in high glee. But when
lunch time came instead of attempting
to tug the hat from the desk, as ex
pected, the French youth calmly took
another hat from the peg and went
out. Then the future cartoonist looked
closely and saw that it was his own
hat he had nailed to the desk.
A Account
Dress Goods and
Is another strong Department here
Wool Dress Goods in plain Serges,
Panamas, Fancy Plaids and Stripes
and other Novelties
At from 50c to $2.00 per yard.
ViyE call attention to the following line of goods
in our store. Where you find assortments
larger, qualities better and prices lower than else
where.
Household Linens
Woolen and Outing Flannels
Ginghams and Prints
and other Staple Dry Goods
Wool and Cotton Blankets
COMFORTERS
Rugs and Linoleums
DRAPERIES
Trunks and Traveling Bags
Mothers, You Can Always
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Place your confidence in this make and it will
mean greatest economy and satisfaction. Every
garment is guaranteed by both us and the makers.
It's double protection for you.
This is the store for boys9 clothes because we
handletheXTRAGQQDmake. If you've
bought the boy's suit here youknow
what to expect if you get his overcoat
here too. If you've not been getting
XTRAG00D, ask your neighbor who
has—then come here yourself.
No better materials and tailoring could
be put into boys' clothes. They are of the
sort that make them durable, wear-resisting,
economical.
The styles are equal to those we are
featuring for Young Men. And there are
different styles for different ages. Our stock
has just the right garment for your boy it's
here waiting for him now. Remember the
name,—XIEAGOQD.
IN ODDS AND ENDS AND
DISCONTINUED LINES
8
The Birth of Reform Schools.
The first reform school for juvenile
delinquents was probably the one or
ganized at Metray. near Louvre.
Prance, about the year 1839 by M. de
Tetz, a noted councilor of Paris. M.
de Tetz found in some wealthy noble
men the financial assistance he needed
to materialize his idea, and the school
was started with the most beneficent
results. The idea was taken hold of
in other quarters not only of France,
but of other continental countries, and
the enthusiasm created by the work
resulted in the grand "conference of
the reformatory union." the real be
ginning of our present day work in
behalf of juvenile delinquents.—New
York American.
for the family will meet many emergencies.
Deposit your money. We credit interest, at stat
ed periods, without any attention from you. With*
draw it when you like.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Savings Department" WILLMAR BONN.
Clothes
In Boys' Suits and Pants
All our odds and ends in Boys' Knee Pants Suits we have put in two
lots and will be sold at about half price.
•-.+ Consists of Suits formerly sold at $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00, d»0 QO
.L,OL 1
iZes 4 to 16. CLOSING OUT PRICE. ^»^..JJO
-v4- Consists of Suits sold at $2.50. $3 00 and $3 50, sizes 4 d»| O
O 2 to 16. CLOSING OUT PRICE ... «pi.I7 0
Boys Straight Knee Pants at just half price.
50c Pants at 25c 75c Pants at 38c
$1.00 Pants at 50c
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Willmar Markets
Corrected Nov. 2, 1810.
Prices on creamery butter,flour, bran snort
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 95c
Wheat, No. 3 91c
Wheat, No. 4, 86c
Wheat, rejected 79c
Wheat, No. 2 VelvetChaff
Wheat, No. 3 Velvet Chaff. 87c
Wheat, No 1 Durum 76c
Wheat, No. 2 Durum 75c
Wheat, No. 3 Durum 71c
Wheat, No. 4 Durum 68c
Oats 22cto 27c
Barley.., 51c to 60c
Rye 58c to 63c
Flax $? 20 to $2 4,0
Corn 30c
Flour, fancy $3 10
Flour, straight $3 00
Bran 7. $21
Shorts $2 3
Potatoes 75c
Beans $2.50 per bushel
Cabbage 3c per pound
Bgga 26c
Butter, separator 29c
Butter, dairy 27c
Butter, creamery 33c
Lambs .'. $5.00
Sheep $3.50 to $4.00
Chickens—Spring 8c
Chickens 6c
Beefsteers $3.50 to $4.00
Beefcowa $2.50 to $3.80
V*«1 calves $3.00 to $5.00«.«. 3
Hides 6 4
Hags, live .". S7.75t J&$
W*oJU..„. 15c te $
4s, &&&jgjt<$d§f^s^jy^ju as.-,
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