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A' Lot 1 Tapestry Rugs sixes 27 40 inches. 50 rugs in this lot at 75c each GREAT CROWDS THRONG SCHOOL [Continued from lirst p.ifjc the local board and the boards from the five districts adjoining Willmar were addressed bv Supt. Munroe, Supt. Foster and Pres. Spicer Af ter the discussion supper was served in the dining room of the hall. The visiting boards then viewed the exhibit at the school and attend ed the dedicatory exercises. Al most all of them expressed them selves highly pleased with what they saw and heard, and were ready to help in the work of association. A meeting was held in Dist. 48 Sat: urday and in Dist. G3 Monday even ing, and a majority of the freehold ers of these districts went on record as favoring the movement. Meet ings will be held in the other dis tricts this week, so that when the State High School Hoard meets on Friday and Saturday of this week to select the twenty schools for the agricultural work under the Put nam act the local board may be in position to state with reasonable certainty what the chances for as sociation are here. It is hoped that all these districts may decide to come in, as this would materially aid the local school in securing the state aid. Cards ol Thanks. We wish to express our gratitude for the kindness extended to us by our friends and neighbors during the illness and at the death and fu neral of our loved wife and mother. For the beautiful flowers too we are deeply grateful. Andrew Railson and Family. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the people of Willmar and Lake Florida for their kind as sistance and sympathy shown us in the loss of our mother. Also for the many beautiful floral tributes. Andrew G. Hedin and Family. O. A. Hedin and Family. Siloam Chapter 0. E. S. held a special meeting Saturday evening for the initiation of several can didates. A social good time with a tempting luncheon was enjoyed at the conclusion of the work of the order. Among those from out of town who were present were Mesdames Wallin, Johnston, Stene, Romaniski and Miss Larson. i3kld£b1UJrL S^ i^i: SPRING SHOWING OF Rugs and Draperie Th Leading Store As housecleaning time is approaching, we wish to call your attention to our line of Large and Small Floor Rugs, Lace Curtains, Tapestry Draperies, Tapestry Goods by the yard, Etc., Etc. We carry in stock the standard sizes in Rugs in different qualities: RUGS: 8-3x10-6 Velvet, Axminster, Brussels & Wiltons, $18 to $45 9x12 Velvet, Axminster and Brussels, $18.00 to $30.00 9x12 Bagdad Wilton, $37.50 9x12 Ardebil Wilton, $50.00 Lac Curtain Nottingham Curtains, and 3 yds long, a pair, 50c to 4.00 Cluny Lace Curtains, 2] and 3 yds long, pair, 3.00 to 15.00 Window Shades Oi Cloths Linoleums Lot 2 Assortment of Velvet and Brus sels Rugs size 27x45 in. 50 rugs in this lot at $1.00 each PETERSO N & WELLIN, R. N. A. to Give Program. The following program will be given at the N. A. social in the Carlson Hall Tuesdav evening. April 25. Admission 25c. Lunch free. Everyone welcome. I'ROCK AM Piano Hurt I lorente Benson and 1 11 (i Kkander otal Solo Loyd Miller Recitation Urban Johnson Votal Solo Cliauncey Trye Recitation Mrs A Adams Sorix Male Quartette I arte—' Mrs I lean Deudcs to |oin Characters Wm Douglas, an enthusiastic Woodman, Geo W Johnson Fred Oian, who wants to join, Chan Frye Dorothy Dean his wile, who objects, Mrs Geo W Johnson Katie the maul Miss Williams| Miss Wilson I Royal Mrs ReynoldsjNeiKhbo Mrs .ren Mrs Small Mane 11 user Esther Sorenson Mrs Kent I lorence Benson Mrs Fd Benson Mrs II Palm NOTICE TO OWNERS OP POULTRY. Attention is hereby called to the City Ordinance "'To Prevent The Running at Large of Chick ens'' within the City of Wi Imar between April 1st and Novem ber 1st. Owners of poultry are required to keep same on their own pre mises during the time above stated. Upon the proper complaint violations of the said ordinance will be prosecuted Dated Willmar, Minn., April 18th 1911 E C. WELLIN, Mayor, Bright skies and warm sunshine made Easter Sunday, 1911, a day long to be remembered. Special services in all our churches, re plete with Easter music, drew crowds of worshippers and the gorgeous sunlight streaming thru the windows fell upon masses of beautiful blossoms and greenery, and everywhere the Easter lily, emblem of the resurrection, decked the altars its beautv and purity telling the story of the risen Lord. The 78th meeting of the Crow River Valley Medical Society will be held Wednesday, April 26th. at Willmar, Minn., Dr. Henry L. Ul rich of Minneapolis will arive a talk on the Wassermann Reaction. Dr. Harold Frost of Willmar will report some interesting cases. All mem bers are expected to be present it being the annual meeting. The So ciety will be entertained by the physicians of Willmar. I'trf7'*? A Few Specials in Smal Rug for Saturday, Apr. 22 Don't fail to look through our lino of Colonial Draperios. Ask for the Colonial Drapery Book. LUTH. SYNOD. Next Sunday no services at the Willmar church in the forenoon, Sunday School at 10:30 a. m. Eng lish evening services at 7:30. Ser vices with communion at the Solo mon Lake church at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school. The Vikor Ladies' Society meets with MissJennie Ol son next Wednesday afternoon. The East Vinje Ladies' Society meets with Mrs. Marcus Sonderson next Thursday afternoon. The con firmation class meets Saturday at 10 a. m. OAK PARK M. E. Services next Easter Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock in the evening. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. There will also be services on Good Friday at 11 o'clock a. m. Choir will rehearse in the evening at 8 o'clock. All are welcome to these services. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCI ENTIST. Services Sunday, 10:45 a. m. Every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. All are welcome to these services. SWEDTBETHEL. Services next Sunday morning, to be led by the deacons, as Rev. Peterson goes to Swift County. Four members were received on Good Friday—one by letter, one by confession and two by confirmation. The Lvric Glee Club from Gusta vus Adolphus College will give a concert at the Carlson Hall April 28, in the evening. The ladies so- A PleasingLikeness Your portraiture when you have it made here. Our apparatus, lighting and the really experienced and expert Skill Guaran tee you the most Beauti ful and Artistic of effects, when you allow us to make your portraits. Prices the lowest commensurate with "A-i" Quality. SIMONS STUDIO. MtfAb^ Lot 3 Assortment of Axminster, Vel vet and Body Brussels sizes 27 x54 inches 50 rugs in this lot at $1.38 each SWED. M. E. Sunday School at 10 o'clock morning service, 11 o'clock Y. P. S. at 7 p. m. evening service at 8 o'clock midweek service Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. FREE LUTH. Midweek services Thursday even ing. Regular services next Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. S. S. at 12 m. and Bible Class at 7 p. m. The pastor will also preach at Priam at 3 p. m. SWEDISH MISSION. Next Sunday regular services at 11:00 o'clock a. m. and at 7*30 in the evening. Y. P. S. meets at 6:15 p. m. SALVATION ARMY. The Salvation Army are holding meetings every evening at their hall, led by Capt. N. Nelson of Nor way. The meetings will continue over next Sunday. Sunday School at 2 p. m. Bible Class from 3 to 4 D. m. Never before has wall paper been sold as cheap in Willmar as I sell it this spring. I have quit the contracting so I can devote my en tire time to selecting wall paDer, right in price and up to date. All I ask is that you come in and look my stock over before you buy. I also carrv the largest stock of mouldings, plate and card rails, paints, oih, varnishes, brushes, window glaH» »inl picture frames in the city. Tiy Moor Sheen and Ar tisto, the dull varnish for floors and woodwork. Looks better then hand rubbed. Store 'phone 307. Res. phone 220. A. O. .lacobson. lOf ~~NOTICE. The Mamre Creamery Co. will start to run May first and will pay not less than one cent below New York extras for good sweet cream, not more than three days old. Receive cream Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays. Every patron is entitled to his share of the butter milk. By order of directors of Mamre Creamery Co. A. O. Bergstrom, Manager. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. 1 have moved to the Lewis Block, 125, 5th St. J. L. Cale, Willmar.lt Homelike is the word which describes the pleasing appearance of a. room, if in the making of wirv dow hangings, corner seat cushions, bed and pillow cov erings, draperies, etc., COLQNIAL are used. In the many fabrics —each in a wide range of designs and color combina* tions—there are numbers of suggestions for economical home furnishings of which many have not previously thought. By the yard. COLONIAL^^DRAreRY FABRICS •u, UWAM-CIVY FABRIC S *Z,oofr for the Trade, M&rtb ciety gives their April social at the church basement tomorrow after noon and evening, according to previous notice given. Lot 4 Assorted patterns of Wilton Velvet Rugs sizes 27x54 in. 25 rugs in this lot at $1.65 each THE LEADING STORE Willmar, Minn. MRS. ANDREW RAILSON. Again Kandiyohi County mourns one of its respected and loved pio neer women. After many vears spent in making brighter and better her Dart of the world, Mrs. Andrew Railson. loved wife and mother and highly esteemed friend and neighbor, entered into rest on Thursday. April 13, after a brief illness. Berthe Johnson was born in Nor way in 1833, came to this country when voung and was married to Andrew Railson at Stillwater in 1860. Their wedding journey was to their new home in the then al most unbroken wilderness, but the courage of youth and health was withher and she heeded not the hard ships of frontier life, but cheerful ly took her part in establishing the home which soon became one of the best known and most popular homes in the country. Mrs. Railson was a ki and charitable neighbor and a devoted wife and mother. She has gone to her reward and has left to comfort her sorrowing husband, children and friends sweetest memories of a help ful, well spent life. The sympathy of all is expressed for the bereaved family. Beside her husband Mrs. Railson leaves one son, Edwin Rail son and three daughters, Mrs. C. E. Monson of New London, Mrs. Axel Hedin of Minneapolis and Mrs. O. Hande of Belgrade. In the presence of a large number of long time friends and neighbors the funeral services were conducted at the home at eleven o'clock Tuesday morning and at twelve o'clock at the E. Nor way Lake church. A profusion of beautiful flowers, spoke of the love of friends and the beauties of the Better Land, where blossom the flowers of eternal spring. The burial was in the church cemetery. Rev. D. C. Jordahl, pastor of the church, had charge of the services and was assisted by Rev. C. U. Peterson. OLE B. HAUGEN. Ole B. Haugen died at the home of his son in Brooten on Wednesday April 12th, aged 88 years. He was born in Norway, came to this country in 1881 and settled at Nor way Lake. For sometime he had made his home with his son and here at the close of a life of honest, upright dealings, respected by all' who knew him he peacefully passed to the better land. Three sons and three daughters survive him. His wife died in 1908 at the age of 84 years. MRS. ANNA MARIE HEDIN. Loved and mourned by all who knew her, Mrs. Anna Maria Hedin has passed from the shadows of life to the brightness of eternal day. Death came to her peacefully Thurs day evening, April 13, at the home of her son Andrew Hedin. where she had lived since the death of her husband, March 16th, 1904. Anna Maria Olsdotter was horn in Sweden, was married there to Lars Erickson Hedin in 1863 and came to this country with her hus band in 1867 locating in the Nor way Lake settlement June 6, resid ing there for 33 years, afterwards coming to Willmar to spend their old age. Their home was always cheerv and hospitable, a place where friends and neighbors loved to gather. "Grandma" Hedin was a Christian. Every act of her life attested to this fact. It radiated from her countenance so that of her it has been said "Heaven was re flected in her face", and now she has gone to hear the "Well done" spoken by the Master she had loved .and served so faithfully. Two sons I A. G. and O. A. Hedin survive her and to them and to her many friends kindest sympathy is extended. The funeral was held at the home on Monday at nine o'clock and at 10 o'clock at the Swedish Mission church of which deceased had long been an active and faithful mem ber. Rev. Theodore Paulson con ducted the services. The casket was covered with beautiful flowers, the gifts of friends who had dearly loved the one who was gone. The body was laid to rest in the cemetery at Lake Florida Mission church by the side of her husband and children who had gone before her to the heavenly home. FRED EDMUND MONSON. Fred Edmund, the four months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mon son, died at 8 o'clock on Tuesday evening of last week, after being sick for about two weeks. The funeral was held on Friday, at the home at 10:15 and later at the Swedish Lebanon church, and was in charge of Rev. C. Swensou. Mr. and Mrs. Monson have the sympathy of all in their bereavement. JAMES WILLIAM PHARE. After long and weary munths of suffering, James William Phare quietly fell asleep Monday evening to waken where pain and suffering are unknown. Mr. Phare's death was daily expected some months ago. but he suddenly seemed to ral ly and encouraging reports of his condition were received for some time, still the disease was doing its work slowly but surely and the end came as stated above. Mr. Phare was born at Castle Rock, Minnesota, May 7, 1872, had lived at St. Paul and at Wilmot, S Dak., locating in Kandiyohi Co. several years ago and later coming to Willmar, where he became the proprietor of the green house, car rying on a lucrative business for the past several years. Deceased was married to Miss Anna Dykema in 1907 who with their little son, James, aged 3 vears, survives him. His other survivors are his mother, Mrs. Louisa Phare, and sister, Misa Pearl Phare of Castle Rock, a broth er, John Phare of Sask., Canada, and a sister, Mrs. George Irving of Idaho. These, with the exception of Mrs. Irving, will be present at the funeral and also a cousin, A. Moore of Castle Rock. The last sad rites will be per formed at the home on Friday morning at ten o'clock and at the Roseland cemetery at two p. m. Mr. Phare's quiet unassuming manner had won for him many friends who will be sorry to hear of his death and will truly sympathize with the wife, mother, brother and sisters in their great sorrow. W. M. HOCKSTRA. The death of W. M. Hockstra, occurred at his home in Town of Roseland at four o'clock this morning. Deceased was 64 years of age and leaves a wife and nine children. Funeral services will be held at the Dutch Reformed church on Saturday. A happy birthday surprise was given Asa Osmundson by a number of his friends Tuesday evening. Willmar Markets in Corrected April 10, 1811 Prices on creamery butter.nour, bran, snorts 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 89c Wheat, No. 2 87c Wheat, No. 3 83c Wheat, No. 4 80c Wheat, rejected 73c Wheat, No. 2 Velvet Chaft 86c Wheat, No 3 Velvet Chaff 82c Wheat, No 1 Durum Wheat, No. 2 Durum. Wheat, No. 3 Durum Wheat, No. 4 Durum. Oats Barley Rye Flax Corn Flour, fancy Flour, straight Bran Shorts..* Potatoes Beans Cabbage Onions Bggs 74c 72c 60c 66c 22c to 25c 73c to 86c 72c to 77c $2 22 to $2 42 .. 38c $2.90 $2 80 $24 AO $24.00 1.00 .$2.r0 per bushel .. 4c per pound 4c per pound 13c Butter, separator 18c Butter, dairy i6c Butter, creamery 20c Lambs $5.00 Sheep $3.00 to $4.00 Chickens—Spring 9c to 10c Beefsteers $5.00 Beefcows $3.00 to $4.00 V»al calves $4.00 Rides 6c Hogs, llye $3.80 to $0.75 Makesthe mostnutri tious foodan themost dainty"and delicious. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fromRoyalGrapeCreamof Tartar No fussing or fretting over thebiscuit-making. Royal is the aid to many a cook's success* FOR RENT—Furnished room at 610. Second St. 7f Royal Cook Book—800 Receipt*—Fret. Send Nmme and Aiireu. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Miscellaneous Want Column SEED FLAX for sale. £. A. Baklund. Willmar, Minn. 10 HOUSE FOR RENT—Inquire at Lewis Johnson's Real Estate Agency. 6f WANTED—Young girl to assist about housework. Inquire at Trib une office. 101 Steam heated rooms for rent. Inquire of R. W. Stanford, Post office Buliding. 4tf SEED OATS—For Sale at the Minnesota-Western Grain Elevator, Willmar, Minn. 8f GOOD GIRL WANTED— For general house work. Inquire of Mrs. N. B. Carlson, 329 4th St. 5f FOR RENT—Upper flat of four rooms, pantry, cistern, city water and electric light. 508. 4th St. 7f WANIED—A competent girl for general housework. Good wages. Mrs. Ben Benson, 715 A. Street. 8f FOR SALE—Fine farm of 240 acres located at Grue station. In quire of Peter Erickson Willmar, Route 5. 4-8D FOR SALE—Five or ten acre tracts near city limits. Inquire of ANDERSON LAND CO., WILL MAR, MINN. 5f EGGS—From Single Comb White Leghorns. 75 cents per sitting. Soe cial rates by the hundred. Heavy winter layers. Joel Tunstedt, Will mar. Tel. 131 7f FOR SALE—My four passenger Queen touring car. 18 horse power, in fine shape, for sale at a bargain. Address C. M. Johnson, 403. 12th St. N.. Willmar. Minn. 8f POSITION WANTED —A first class shoemaker and shoe salesman desires position about Mav 1. Ap ply to C. B. Nelson, 601 Jessie St Willmar, Minn. 9f WANTED TO RENT—5 or 6 room house bv family of two. Answer by letter stating location, conveniences and rent per month. Address X, care of Tribune. 9f EGGS FOR HATCHING—From Rose Comb Brown Leghorns, White Wyandottes and Barred Plymouth Rocks. Write for prices. John Tygeson, Raymond, Minn. 96 FOR SALE—One Willmar make 6-horse gasoline engine, one iron pump, one two-seated open surrey, good as new. Inauire of Olson & Moe. Corner Litchfield Ave. and Third street. lOf BRING THEM BACK—The two parties who borrowed wire-stretch ers from us last season and failed to return them, will pleae return them now. We need them. Ohs berg, Selvig & Co. 9 Bids Wanted for City Depositories. Sealed bids will be received by the City Council of the City of Willmar up to 8 o'clock in the af ternoon April 24, 1911, for propo sals fmm local banks for depositing city funds. Such proDosals to state rate of in terest offered on time certificates and daily balances, and what secur ity will be offered. A bond in such an amount as the Council may order will be required before any bank can be designated a city depository. All bids must be sealed and marked "Bid for City Depository". The Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated April 18, 1911. a H. Gunderson, City Clerk. Read the 'Want" Colon. FOR SALE—Flax seed, about 75 bushels, clean from foul seed. C. C. Birkeiand, Willmar R. 1 9f BOY WANTS JOB —Sixteen year-old willing boy wants a job of some kind. Inquire at 411, 12th St! North. 92p FARM LANDS for sale in Cen tral Minnesota, for descriptions ad dress Benton County Real Estate Co. Sauk Rapids, Minn. 2-18 BULL CALVES FOR SALE—One full-blooded, and two high grade Holstein calves. Inquire of Hol ger Elkjer, Rt. 5, one mile east of city. 8 LOST—Automobile mud chain, between Willmar and Kandiyohi. Finder please leave same at the Willmar Hospital and receive re ward. EGGS FOR HATCHING—White Plymouth Rocks, pure bred and standard weight, good laying strain. $1.50 per 15. C. J. Sogge, Spicer, Minn. 83 OATS AND BARLEY SEED—I have some "SilverMine" seed oats and good clean barley for sale. Nels H. Anderson, Rt. 4, Willmar. Minn. 4 tf 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 WANTED —To loan money on land, at very low rate of interest, and on terms, so the borrower may pay part, or all of the principal, on any interest payment date. A. P. Adams, 45f Willmar. Minn. FORD RUNABOUT FOR SALE —At a bargain, four cylinder, fif teen horse power, shaft driver, new battery, tires good, all in running order. Will take a farm mare in trade. Address G. E. Thomas, 312, 10th St. Willmar, Minn. 8f WANTED BUYER—For 96 thir ty one-hundred ths acre farm on fine lake in town of Dovre with small buildings and grove, an ideal farm for $33 per acre. Also for a fine farm with good buildings only 2 miles from the business center of Willmar by section line at $60.00 per acre. Both farms are very cheap See A. P. Adams or S. L. Benton. Willmar, Minn. 94 FARM FOR SALE. My farm on Sec. 26. Town of Mamre, 8 miles from Willmar and 3g miles from Pennock, Kandiyohi County, for sale. I have 130 acres of fertile land, good buildings, good well. 85 acres under cultivation and more to be broken, good pastures. 10-12 acres of young oak timber, box elder grove around the build ings, orchards with about 20 older bearing apple trees and about 100 oung vigorous trees just commen cing to bear. The farm is at the west end of Solomon Lake. Come and see or apply for terms to John P. Elkjer Pennock, Minn. 6 ANOTHER BARGAIN—The bar gain offered in last week's issue has been sold, but am pleased to be able to offer another one equally aa good. This is a 122 acre farm, only 6 miles -from Willmar on the south shores of Long Lake, gently rolling land with best of soil. 75 acres field, 15 acres fine oak timber around buildings, balance meadow and pasture, farm all fenced, good as new, full two story square house with porch, cellar and cistern, fair barn, granary, hog house and a new wood shed, also summer kitchen, splendid well, apple orchard, etc. Price $50 per are on good terms. IHBBP HI 1 T^4 J§ 1 'tllt§f 1 jitjt 3" 4 -3fe '"9.1- '"fl 3, *3. £a •Mb! A. H. Brown.'