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Next Sunday services in Norwe
gian at 10 30 a. Sunday School
at 12:15 p. m., English evening ser
vices at 7.30, Baccalaureate ser
mon to the graduating class of the
The Sewing Circle meets with
Mrs. Wm. Hanson next Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. The mem
bers of the Vikor Ladies' Society
will serve dinner at Swalin's place
Friday June 2nd. In the afternoon
a program will be given by the
children of the religious school.
Rev. Theo. Paulson will preach
his farewell sermon next Sunday
evening at eight o'clock. Confirm
ation services will be held Sunday
morning at 10.30 o'clock, when a
class of thirteen young people will
be confirmed. Sunday School at
9:50 a. m.
Services next Sunday morning at
11 o'clock Sunday School at 10
o'clock. Evening service will be
held at Kandiyohi station at 8
Choic Shirt
Men of taste will appreciate our handsome shirts
the moment they clap their eyes on them. Made of
beautiful fabrics and in new spring patterns.
These are the days when a man can afford to be
a bit extravagant in the matter of shirts.
The shirt comes into unusual prominence during
the spring and summer seasons when a man takes so
much liberty with his vest.
We have choice shirts for the man who is a con
servative spender, and, for the man whose purse
strings are looser—we have the best.
o'clock. Ladies Aid will meet Fri
day afternoon and evening, May 26,
at Chas. Broman's. All are wel
Services next Sunday evening.
Week-day services Thursday even
ing, led by the deacons. Owing to
the rebuilding of the steps, these
services will be held in the base
ment. For the same reason the il
lustrated lecture on Palestine by
Dr. P. A. Mattson has been aband
oned, he to appear at the Mamre
church Monday evening instead.
Prayer meeting Thursday even
ing "Mands og Kvinde forening
en" will meet Friday evening.
Morning service with holy com
munion next Sunday S. S. at 12
m. Bible class at 7 p. m., and
evening services (English) at 7:45.
The ladies society north of the city
will have its summer festival at El
geros' Wednesday afternoon, May
31. Rev. E. O. Larsen of Eagle
Lake will speak.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock
morning service, 11 o'clock Y. P.
S. at 7 p. m. evening service at 8
Now I will make you another grand offer. I will give a
fine guaranteed razor worth $1.00 with every purchase of a
"Never Fail" razor strop, price $3.00. and you cannot buy
them for less money if you get from the manufacturers. This
is a fine razor and guaranteed to Dlease, or your money back.
We are making a big reduction in Ladies' dress goods,
in some more than half. French Persian border, former Drice
$4.50, now $2.00. Dress goods 7 to 10 cents a yard discount.
Best Chester cloth, former price 25 cents now 18 cents. Silk
foulards, former price 45 cents now 33 cents. Lots of bargains.
Come and see. Now these are possibly the best bargains you
have ever heard of and the date is limited to the 17th of June.
Will possibly never appear again. What do you get for your
money? Four per cent for 12 months. I give 125 per cent.
Count the time I handle your money.
A fine line of Brazil silverware guaranteed for 25 years
wear, also the Triple Plated silverware guaranteed for 15 years.
The company from which these goods are purchased is the
Royal Manufacturing Company, Detroit, Mich, capital $500,000,
and has been in business 27 years. Fine gold filled watches
10 to 20 years guaranteed. Slivefware. of every description,
going now at the reduced price of 15 per cent discount, lasting
for 30 days only. I will let this bargain be included with the
grand prize contest, which will be a $10.00 set of decorated
dishes or $10.00 worth of merchandise—your choice—or a $11.25
gold-filled watch which I am offering. This is for the family
that purchases the most merchandise from me during this
length of time (30 days).
"Grasp this opportunity", it may never occur again.
Wilson Bros. Shirts. Mora Hats.
Mayer Shoes.
o'clock midweek service Thursdav
evening at 8 o'clock.
Services Sunday, 10:45 a. m.
Every Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock. All are welcome to these
According to a national custom,
the Sunday before the 30th of May
is observed as Memorial Sunday.
All over our country, veterans of
war and patriotic citizens will at
tend a special service next Sunday
morning to invoke God's blessing
upon our country. This memorial
service will be held in the Presby
terian church at 10:30 next Sunday
morning. The subject of the ad
dress will be "The Fight for a Na
tion." The G. A. R. will be the
guests of the church and patriotic
citizens are invited.
In the evening at 8 o'clock Mr.
Spencer will deliver the Baccalau
reate Sermon before the graduating
class of the High School. The
friends of the class and the officers
of the schools are especially invit
Floyd Burton Anderson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson, died
on Sundav morning. The little fel
low was only five years old and had
been sick with Bright's disease over
a year. All who loved him can but
be glad he has gone where suffering
is unknown.
Funeral services were held at the
home on 4th street Tuesday after
noon at 1:30 o'clock. Rev. G. Pe
terson conducted the services. The
burial was at Fair View cemetery.
The many beautiful flowers with
which the little casket was covered
testified to the love and sympathy
of friends.
Our heartfelt gratitude is ex
tended to our friends and neighbors
for their kind assistance during the
illness and death of our dear little
son and brother. Their kindness
will ever be held in grateful re
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson
and Family.
Rev. Paulson has accepted a call
to travel as home missionary and
evangelist for the Northwestern
Missionary Association of the Swed
ish Mission Covenant.
Mrs. Paulson will leave next
week for Paxton, 111., to visit with
her parents for a few weeks. They
have not decided yet where they
will locate.
Rev. Mr. Paulson came to
mar from Dassel four years
His stay in Willmar has
marked by splendid work for
cause. Both Mr. Paulson and
estimable wife have made many
warm friends in Willmar and while
their departure is sincerely regret
ted, numberless kind wishes will go
with them to their new field of la
Ice Cream Social.
Ihe Ladies' Aid Society of the
Oak Park M. E. church will give a
social at the home of C. A. Bro
man Friday afternoon and even
ing of May 26. Both ice cream and
coffee will be served. A cordial
invitation is extended to all.
The Simons Studio offers
you pictures at half price to
May 20th.
Spicer-on-Green Lake, May 22—
The entertainment and social given
Mardin'a Hall last Friday even
ing by the Y. P. S. C. E. of
Presbyterian church was well
A fine program was rendered and
the sum of $14 was realized.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson left
on Saturday for Hoffman, Minn.,
to attend the marriage of the for
mer's sister. Miss Alma Nelson.
Dr. Schuman came out from Will
mar on Friday to spend the summer
at the Interlachen. He is the first
one to arrive at the hotel in the
spring and the last one to leave in
the fall.
Mrs. Oscar Hillman came home
last week from an extended visit
with relatives and friends at Mur
The ice-cream social given last
Saturday evening at the beautiful
farm home of Iver Jacobson by the
Y. P. S. of the Green Lake church
was a decided success in every way.
The sum realized amounted to about
Miss Alma Samuelson went to
Willmar between trains on Friday.
Mrs. Ben Whiting, who has been
visiting with her sister, Mrs. F.
Hamilton for a couple of weeks,
left on Friday for her home at
Whiting, Iowa. Mr. Hamilton ac
companied her to Willmar.
Edw. Thorpe is enlarging his
house John Holland is doing the
carpenter work.
Nels Boreen is repairing the barn
on the Recor place which he pur
chased some time ago.
The Misses Alma Holt and Ruth
Tranum visited at Barager's a
few davs last week. They returned
home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Porter were
out to Green Lake last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Kloster de
parted on Tuesday for their native
country, Norway.
Mr. Kloster came to Lasalle Co.
111., in 1872. After remaining
there for a period of one year, he
went to Stillwater, Minn., and
stayed at that place for two years.
In 1874, he located on Sec. 16 in
town of Green Lake, where he has
suceeded in working up one of
the best farms in the county. Mr.
Kloster has been honored with many
offices of trust, has been a member
of the board of County Commis
sioners for a period of four years
and four monhts. After remaining
here for 35 years, they decided to
pay their native soil (Stavanger) a
visit. Ihey will leave New York.
May 27 on Cedrick (a new boat be
longing to the White Star line.)
Mr. and Mrs. Kloster have many
warm and intimate friends who
wish them a most happy and en
joyable journey.
Miss Mable Peterson of Willmar
is dressmaking at Gust Monson's
this week.
Miss Olga Johnson from New
London made a shore visit at J. O.
Kloster's last Saturday.
Miss Alma Swenson left on Friday
for Marine Mills were she will
teach a two months' term of paro
chial school.
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Quam visited
with relatives at New London over
J. B. Doty has gone into the lunch
and poolroom business.
The Great Northern Railroad Co.
is making extensive repairs on the
Over Head Bridge south of town.
Michael Christenson, who came
here from Duluth to attend Mrs.
John Bratberg's funeral, returned
on Thursday of last] week.
Miss Irene Fredrickson of Birth
hold, N. Dak., visited at Henry
Martin's last weeK.
Mrs. Hamness left for Norway
on Tuesday in company with Mr.
and Mrs. Kloster.
Walter Anderson from Blackerry,
Minn., is spending a few davs out
at the Aug. Moller home.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hamilton and
Mrs. Ben Whiting visited at N.
Hendrickson's last Friday.
Mrs. Chas. Norsten left Saturday
for Minneapolis where she will visit
with her daughter, Selma, for a
couple of days. On her return she
intends to spend a week at Dassel
with the Nath Oslund family. She
was accompanied by her little daugh
ter Elfie.
Miss Esther Boreen went to Fort
Benton, Montana, Friday, for an
extended visit with her sister, Mrs.
B. Hovey. She will also visit at
G. Holts who have recently moved
to that State.
Rev. I. A. Johansen will conduct
services in the "Carlin's" school
house next Sundav at 10:30 a. m.
The Green Lake church is being
enlarged and remodeled, so it be
comes necessary to have services in
some of the school houses in the
neighborhood until it is completed.
Carl Thompson, who is at present
staying near Grove City, attended
the ice cream social at Iver Jacob
son's Saturday evening.
Joseph Kloster is busy these days
making his rounds taking invoice
of the peoples' personal property.
for Johnson's Velvet Ice
Lake Lillian, May 22—"Since
the automobile has reached the ru
ral districts some farmers have Rot
ten so bashful, they won't put
chairs in the wagons to haul their
folks on any more"
Henry Aspaas returned home
Wednesday after staying in Will
mar and Kandiyohi for three or
four weeks.
Miss Freda Hed returned Satur
day from Minneapolis where she
has been staying for some time.
We are glad to have her among us
Miss Esther Anderson visited at
Oscar Anderson's place Sunday.
Rev. E. O. Erickson conducted
services in the Baptist church Sun
day forenoon and evening.
The commencement exercises held
in the McKinley school Saturday
evening was enjoyed by a crowded
house. After the program had
been rendered, ice cream was serv
ed and a general good time was had
by all present.
Oscar Erickson made a business
trip to the county seat Wednesday.
Mrs. Charlie Forsman from Kan
diyohi village visited at her paren
tal home over Sunday.
The' wind storm blew down Mr.
Walner's newly erected house
Thursday evening.
David Aspaas made a trip to
Willmar Wednesday.
Don't think a man's generous
when he says he has bought his
wife a machine. Maybe it's a sew
ing machine.
for Johnson's Velvet Ice
SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911
at 1 o'clock p. m.
Mrs. J. Markhus, 813 Olaf Ave.,
Willmar, offers for sale household
goods of all kinds, consisting of
book case and writing desk com
bined, oak dining room set, oak
bed-room set. iron beds, centre
table, chairs, stands, rugs. Peerless
Garland coal heater, two wood heat
ers. cooking stove and kitchen uten
sils, etc. etc. Everything in good
Terms:—Sums of five dollars
and under, cash. Larjr sums, ap-
Anrd=»w Hamness and family vis- proved notes,
ited with OleThorvig's last Sunday.! Auctioneer. W. N. Davies. 142
When a Manis a
When he has no confidence in himself nor his fellow men.
When he values success more than character and self-respect.
When he does not try to make his work a little better each day.
When he becomes so absorbed in his work that he cannot see
that life is greater than work.
When he lets a day go by without making some one happier and
more comfortable.
When he tries to rule others by bullying instead of by example.
When he values wealth above health, self-respect and the good
opinion of others.
When he is so burdened by his business that he finds no time for
rest and recreation.
When he loves his own plans and interests more than humanity.
When his friends like him for what he has more than for what
When he knows that he is in the wrong, but is afraid to admit it.
When he envies others because they have more ability, talent or
wealth than he has.
When he does not care what happens to his neighbor or to his
friend so long as he is prosperous.
When he is so busy doing that he has no time for smiles and
cheering words.
We Appreciate—
We find it hard to account for some of the new business that
comes to us from day to day. We sometimes inquire and learn
that some patron has spoken to a friend about the facilities which
this bank affords, We certainly appreciate these kind courtesies
and take occasion tothank those who have expressed their approval
and commendation of our service. We accept deposits subject to
check in any amount and pay 4 per cent interest on savings
accounts. Interest twice a year, June 1st and December 1st.
East Lake Lillian. May 22—We
have gotten the rain that we need
ed, so everything is looking fine.
Arthur Gilhoi is visiting Louis
Larson's at Clarissa, Minn
Nels Nelson and family Sundayed
at O. Solomonson's.
The Baptist Ladies Aid sale went
good and everybody that was there
enjoyed the day.
Mrs. E. Strom was able to go to
Atwater Thursday to see the doctor.
Miss Nellie Peterson left for her
home in Rosendale Tuesday, after
a week's visit with her friend Mrs.
Lars Anderson.
Gust Peterson and Freeman Staf
ford hauled a load of butter for the
creamery Tuesday to Bird Island
and brought a load of lumber out for
Mr. Williamson.
Ben Thomas made a trip to Bird
Island Saturday evening. He only
wishes that Bird Island wasn't so
far away.
The M. E. Y. P. S. has changed
their evening to Friday evening
instead of Sunday evening.
Miss Agnes Carlson helped Mrs.
N. Nelson a few days.
Victor Bergquist and family of
Kandiyohi and Mrs. Mathiason of
Lake Elizabeth called at S. Solomon
son's Sunday. Alice Solomonson
went back with them and intends
to work for Mrs. Bergquist this
coming summer.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Nelson called on
Joe Nelson's Friday.
Miss Ella Stafford sewed for Mrs.
Nels Nelson Monday.
The Lutheran Ladies Aid will
meet with Mrs. Nels Lund June 1.
Miss Mamie Hanson was home
over Sunday.
The Lutheran Y. P. S. will serve
ice cream on the church lawn June
4th, at 7 o'clock sham. Everybody
is most cordially invited.
Mr. Pratt took a load of wool to
Bird Island Saturday.
Nick Anderson has bought another
Busv Bee.
Dovre, May 22.—Some of the
farmers have replanted their corn
which was most washed away by
the heavy rain last Sunday night.
The Ladies Aid held at Mrs. Anna
Swenson's place was very well at
tended. The ladies will again meet
with Mrs. G. Holset, June 1.
K. T. Rykken was in Willmar last
Elmer Grorud worked for J.
Bratberg a couple of days last week.
Fred Amundson passed thru this
vicinity last Saturday enroute for
Albert Rykken left for Minnea
polis last Saturday where he
intended to take an examination at
the Augsburg Seminary.
Mrs. M. Overhus visited with
Miss Anna Fladeboe near Salmon
Lake last week.
Gharlie Birkeland and Peter Lar
son are each sporting a new bicycle
Thora Estness is working for Mrs.
K. T. Rykken at present.
L. L. Thorpe has invested in a
new corn planter.
T. Larson was in Willlmar last
Friday on business.
An ice cream social will be given
at the home of Jalmar Larson next
Saturday evening, May 27. All are
cordially invited.
Colfax, May 22—Emil Thimell
and daughter Ethel visited in New
London from Saturday until Sun
Misses Alice Johnson and Augusta
Olson who are at New London tak*
ing a course in dressmaking visited
their parental homes here Sunday.
There will be a coffee social at
Emil ThimeU's next Saturday May
27. It starts at 2 o'clock p. m.
and continues thruout the afternoon
and evening. All are heartily wel
Mrs. I. Mattson visited at E.
ThimeU's Tuesday.
Mr. and Mis. Erick Dalberg
visited over Sunday at the John
Thome home near New London.
Mrs. G. Harlander visited at J.
Kullander's last Thursday.
Reuben Anderson from Kandiyohi
arrived here Saturday for a visit
with his grandparents J. Kulland
Specia Sunday Delivery*?&.
Commencing next Sunday we will deliver every morning some
special flavored ice cream. This cream will be iced in tub so
can be used any time during the day. Delivery in the morn
ing in time for dinner.
Next Sunday Special will be Strawberry Crushed Fruit.
Per Quart 40c Half Gallon 75c. Orders taken up to 2 P. M. Saturday.
Willmar Ice Cream Co.
Phono 6 Geo. W. Johnson, Mgr.
The High School and Eighth
grade will have school from eight
until one instead of the two sessions
this last week.
All the classes are reviewing for
the state examinations, which will
begin Friday, May 27, 1911.
Friday was cleaning Day.
A final exam, was given in cook
ing on Tuesday morning.
The "Bachelor girls" had a picnic
at Gilger's woods Saturday after
The senior class will give a farce
namely"The Girl Graduate" Thurs
day evening, June 1st, at the Opera
Fahlun, 'May 22—Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Lindblad spent Sunday
with A. Lundquist's.
.A. Wahlstrand is having his
house on his farm here painted.
Arthur Mattson spent Sunday at
his home.
Lewis Johnson of Willmar spent
Sunday with T. Mattson.
Henry Magnuson received his
new auto. Saturday and enjoys
a ride now and then.
There Is No Gift More Suitable
Than A Good Book.
Nice leather and other
fancy bindings, in small
gift books at from
35ct $1.25
Fountain Pens
a useful gift ...
Books of Poems of Stand
ard authors, in good bind
50c to $2.00
$1.00 to $6.00
Many Other Items Also at Moderate Prices
The pupils of the Willmar High
School gave a farewell partv Satur
day evening at Carlson's Hall for
several pupils who will leave Will
mar at the end of the term. The
evening was spent in playing games
after which refreshments were
Rev. Edgren was in Rosendale
Sunday afternoon.
The Oak Park ladies will meet
with Mrs. Charles Broman Friday,
Maj 26, refreshmets will be served
throughout the afternoon and even
ing. All are invited.
Mr and Mrs. Magnuson of Kandi
yohi spent a few days last week
with their son Henry.
Rev. Edgren and family spent
Wednesday at Nils Norman's of
Willmar. -r—~v»f
GruC^ay2 2—Student M. Erick
son went to Minneapolis Saturday.
John Murray did some carpenter
work for Chas. Erickson last week.
Ihe Y. P. S. meets in the school
house on the west side on June 15.
Everybody welcome.
The Ladies' Aid Society meets at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Knut
Thompson next Friday afternoon,
May 26.
C. O. Sands of Willmar visited
at his home here over Sunday.
H. Borgan and G. B. Gunderson
called at K. Thompson's Sunday.
Quite a few farmers around here
had to plant their corn fields over
again on account of the heavy rain
that fell Sunday night.
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We not only have a well assorted Stock of
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