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Dean Woods of the Agricultural de
partment of the Unn ersity of Minne
sota gave the high school an interest
ing talk on "Efficiency" Monday
morning.
Maurice Jenness visited the high
school Friday afternoon.
The permanent soats in the assem
bly room were given the high school
students Monday afternoon.
The chemistry aprons arrived and
"were distributed Monday.
The final tests of the first month
begin Wednesday and extend thru
the next week.
The Manual 'Training students
are building a blacksmith shop on
the High School grounds.
Roy Nygaard enrolled as a Junior
Monday morning.
The High School will have separ
ate booths at the County Fair this
year. Two cooking girls, two sewing
girls and two manual training boys
will be at work in these booths Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday after-
DRESS GOODS, SILKS AND VELVETS
All of this season's novelties as well as the staple
fabrics we are now showing at reasonable prices.
One lot Fancy Silks, values up to $1.50 per yard,
will be closed at 77c per yard.
One lot of Wool Dress Goods, consisting of Serges,
Whipcords, Etc., 36 inches wide, values up to 60c per
yard, and suitable for school dresses, while they last at
47c per yard.
Special Bargains in Silks and Dress Goods for
FAIR WEEK.
One lot woolen Dress Goods up to 50 inches wide
and values up to $1.25, while they last at 73c per yard.
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Kuppenheimer and Style-Plus Clothes for Men.
When you buy a Kuppenheimer or a Style-Plus suit, you make a good
investment with your money. They fit and give satisfactory wear. Take
a look at our suits and overcoats for the fall and winter season. They
will surely please you.
MALL0RY HATS
For the Fall Season
are now in Stock
Mallory Cravenetted $3.00
Mallory Velour 5.0
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SCHOOL SUITS FOR BOYS—The Extra Good Line.
These are the boys' favorite, they wear well and fit perfect Prices from $5.00 and up.
We extend a cordial invitation to all visitors to the Fair, Sept. 18th to 21st,
to visit our store. We shall be pleased to show you the best and
newest merchandise that money can buy.
noons. The cooking girls will make
baking powder biscuits and serve to
the people, the sewing girls will draft
and sew aprons, and the manual
training boys will be building.
Amy Nelson visited school one day
last week.
School will be from eight until one
during the County Fair.
Dan Burns enrolled Tuesday as
a Sophomore.
The number of pupils taking the
Normal course this year reaches ele
\en, three of which are seniors.
Alice Mathias of Atwater en
rolled Monday for the Normal
course.
Miss Ella Gould very nicely enter
tained a company of fourteen of her
friends from Friday until Sunday at
the Gould cottage at Crescent Beach.
The young ladies went out to the lake
in the Kemp automobile truck.
Misses Ida and Emma Johnson aiid
Charles Johnson were in attendance
at the Moline funeral in Svea Sun
day morning and spent the remain
der of the day as guests at the Ole
Rasmusson home west of Svea.
PETERSO
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WILLMAR The Store That Sells Wooltex MINN.
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ADVANCE FALL STYLES,
Altho we are now showing "Advance
Fall Styles" they are styles which will prevail
thru this entire fall and winter season. You
can buy now and use a long time. You may
know the style is correct when you buy from
us. Know also that the quality is high know
that the price is low. We are proud to be
known as a "Reliable Store." Our success is
the proof of our deserving this reputation.
We are now showing
a very extensive line
of Wooltex Coats and
Suits for Fall and
Winter Season. Wool
tex Garments are rec
ognized for their su
perior qualities, fit,
workmanship,
and satisfactory wear.
PRICES
$18.50
$22.50
$25.00
AND UP
COLEAXl
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Colfax, Sept. 16, 1912—Bernhard
Thompson of Hanaford, N. D., and
Aleck Olson of Dazey, N. D., are at
present visiting with their parents
here.
Mr. and Mrs. Even Olson and
Knud Olson attended the County
Fair at Clinton, Minn. They also
visited A. K. Olson and family.
Mrs. Christ Nelson and Mrs. Christ
Petersen and son, Henry, visited
with Mrs. P. W. Anderson on Wed
nesday.
Mrs. Anna Borden of Minneapo
lis visited with her sister, Mrs.
Eatherine Olson, a couple of days
last week.
Misses Clara and Elma Rost ar
rived here on Tuesday from Duluth
for a visit with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Arneson of Barrett, Minn.,
is at present visiting her sister, Mrs.
Stephen Olson.
Miss Hattie Stenson is at present
visiting at P. W. Anderson's.
Gw«itl9l2 ThcH BhckCtt
School opened in Dist. No. 12 last
Tuesday. Miss Minnie Hedin has
charge.
The Aurora Y. P. S. will meet
with Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Hegland
next Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Jorgenson is at present
\isiting with her sister, Mrs. Mar
tha Nordrum.
Mrs. Christ Kraabell visited with
Carl Kraabell's on Sunday.
Claus Larson visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Ahlberg at Willmar a
couple of days last week.
Hazel Olson has been reported
sick.
Miss Alma Gerhardson left for St.
Cloud on Monday where she will at
tend the Normal school.
Gudroph and Hans Hanson have
sold their threshing interests to Hy
stad and Vestrig Co.
Alfred Wrolson visited at Anders
Odland's on Sunday.
Miss Lillie Bergslien assisted Mrs.
Knud Olson during threshing last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Knud Olson enter
tained a large number of their
friends last Sunday.
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RCEI«JN-(RECN
Spicer-on-Green Lake, Sept. 16—
Mi', and Mrs. Ole Erickson enjoyed a
visit from their daughter, Jennie of
Willmar last week.
O. B. Glarum of Willmar called on
Spicer friends one day last week.
Mrs. W. E. Hamilton left the first
of last week for her home in Iowa,
after a eouple of weeks' visit with her
daughter, Mrs. L. W. Beers.
Mrs. E. M. Van Verdo and child,
left Wednesday for her home at Min
neapolis, after several weeks' visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
Feleen.
Mrs. A. J. Anderson visited rela
tives at New London the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ahlstrom,, were
guests of friends at Willmar Wed
nesday.
Mrs. Wm. Olson went to Willmar
Wednesday for a short visit with her
daughter, Mrs. P. M. Peterson.
Rev. Sullivan and family are en
joying a visit from Mrs. Robt. Sny
der and children of Minneapolis.
Mrs. Johannah Nelson was a guest
of relatives at Willmar a couple of
days last week.
Arnold Anderson returned home
last week from Minneapolis where
he has been visiting relatives for
some time.
Ole Thorpe arrived home from
Donnelly Thursday, where he has
been threshing on his farm. He re
ports a good crop in that vicinity.
Bert Mardin, who has been spend
ing the past year in the state of
Washington, returned home last
Thursday.
Rev. T. K. Jacobs was at Willmar
a eouple of days the latter part of
the week.
Olof Fosso arrived from North Da
kota Thursday and spent a couple
of days1 at the home of Rev. I. A. Jo
hanson. He left Saturdav for North
field, where he will attend St. Olaf
college this winter.
T. J. Lawson of New London was
a Spicer visitor Friday.
Miss Helen Campbell left for Will
mar Friday for a visit with relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Healy were
guests of relatives at Grove City the
latter part of the week.
John Holland arrived here from
Thief River Falls Saturday, where he
has been spending the summer doing
camenter work.
Miss Alice Erickson of Sioux
Falls, who has been spending the
summer with the L. W. Beers family
on Cottonwood Beach, returned to
her home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Olson returned
to their home at Thief River Falls
Thursday, after a week's visit with
relatives and friends in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Spicer came
over from Willmar Saturday for an
over Sunday visit at Medayto cot
tage.
Miss Elsie Monson arrived home
from Willmar Saturday, where she
has been visiting some time.
Miss Julia Peterson visited at her
home at Kandiyohi from Friday un
til Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Moller enter
tained some of their relatives and
friends from Spicer last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lungren and
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hultgren and son
arrived from Kerkhoven Saturday
for a few days' stay at Hotel Tepee
t'onka.
Col. A. E. Jackson went out to Te
peetonka Hotel Saturday to spend
a few days fishing.
Mrs. Aug. Johnson of Minneapolis
arrived here Monday for a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Orred.
Mr. and Mi's. Chas. Erickson on
North Shore, were Quests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Varmelin last Sunday.
Louis Thorvig was a Willmar visit
or Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rustad, who
have been spending the summer at
Hotel Interlachen, returned Monday
to Luverne.
Andrew Andreen visited relatives
at Benson over Sunday.
Enock Lindholm was a guest of
friends near Cokato from Saturday
until Monday.
Miss Anna McManus called on
friends at Willmar Monday.
Little Ruby Orsen died last Sun
day, being ill only a short time. Fu
neral services will be held Wednes
day.
Miss Esther Holt visited friends at
Willmar the first of the week.
Miss Esther Monson is assisting
Mrs. Aug. Moller this week.
,The Girls' Society of the Green
Lake church will meet with Miss Ber
getha thorvig next Friday afternoon,
Sept. 20th.
Miss Selma Kloster was delight
fully surprised last Sunday after
noon by her cousins and other rela
tives. The occasion was her birthday
anniversary. The guests left a beau
tiful birthday ring as a token of their
esteem.
Rev. Chr. Swenson will conduct
services in the Sw. Luth. church next
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Sunday school begins at 2:30.
Royal Neighbors.
The Royal Neighbors will have
itheir regular meeting Tuesday eve
ning, Sept. 24th. The following pro
gram will be given:
Vocal solo Fern Magnuson
Bee Mrs. Adams
Duet Alvin and Walter Ulstrup
Reading Mrs. Ramsett
Rec Bernice Benson
There will also be contests, games
and refreshments. All members are
requested to be present and have a
good time,
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R0SELAND REPORTS
Roseland, Sept. 16—Miss Anna
Strafelda assisted Mrs. E. F. Stuhr
during threshing.
Mr. Emii Granberg is helping Mr.
Shomaker with haying this week.
Mr. A. Lundin of Fahlun was
seen in this vicinity one day last
week.
Miss Irene Lindblad assisted her
sister, Mrs. Richard Soderberg, dur
ing threshing.
Messrs. Oscar Olson and J. A.
Engwall were Raymond visitors last
Thursday.
Miss Lizzie Sluka assisted Mrs.
Charley Sluka with threshing.
Mr. Carl Engwall called at the
Aug. Biltue home last Wednesday
evening.
Miss Mabel Mc Kenzie spent last
Saturday at the Joe. Skalak home.
Mr. Van Oordt is helping Carl
Kohrs during corn shocking.
Mr. MeNelly, agent for Dr. Ward's
Medical Company, was seen in this
vicinity last Friday.
Miss Esther Engwall is spending
some time with her sister, Mrs. An
drew Peterson in Whitefield.
Mrs. William Mc Kenzie visited
with Mrs. Joe Skalak last Saturday
afternoon.
Miss Amy Freed assisted Mrs.
Aug. Anderson during threshing.
Miss Hazel Ostrom of Svea visited
with Mary Anderson last Monday.
Mr. Charlie Engwall left last
Monday for his home at Chicago, 111.,
after visiting with his brother, J. A.
Engwall for some time.
Mr. Lewis Johnson of Willmar
was a Roseland visitor one day last
week.
Messrs. Mike and John Shimpa
visited at the C. Sluka home last
Saturday evening.
TRIPOLI* NEWS.
Tripolis, Sept. 17—Services will be
conducted Sunday. Sept. 22 at elevti,
a. m., Sunday school at ten.
The Girls' Sewing Circle will be en
tertained by the Misses Croonquist,
Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 18th.
Several from around here attended
the Lindgren and Frazien wedding in
Fahlun last Thursday.
Mrs. Arthur Monson came up from
Minneapolis last week for a visit at
her parental home here.
Ernst Johnson's visited at Joseph
•Isaacson's last Sunday afternoon.
Gilbert Elmquist's entertained
some of their friends last Sunday.
Jonas Lundquist's visited at An
drew Alstrom's last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Minde and the
latter^ parents from Iowa who vis
ited here, left for Mitchell, S. D. last
Tuesday for a visit.
Miss Johnson, teacher in Dist. No.
61, spent Sunday in Willmar with
relatives.
RINGO LAKlT
Ringo Lake, Sept. 16—Miss Es
ther Monson is at present assisting
Mrs. Aug. Moller with the housework.
Mrs. P. J. Ekblad and Mrs. J. Mon
son spent last Wednesday afternoon
with Mrs. N. M. Swenson.
A number of friends from here
were very pleasantly entertained at
the home of John Nelson near Nest
Lake last Sunday.
A few young people spent last
Wednesday evening at the N. Swen
son home in honor of Master Gustaf's
birthday anniversary.
Carl Lovander and Elmer Monson
assisted Ekblad's with some work a
few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Mickelson and
Mrs. Emily Holm and family and
Mrs. Eva Johnson all of New Lon
don were guests Sunday at the P. J.
Ekblad home.
A few from here attended the fu
neral services last Sunday held for
Ole Gulickson at the Long Lake
church.
Mr. C. Spicer, Mr. T. Osgood and
family who have been visiting at the
Danielson home, left for St. Cloud
Tuesday.
Mr. B. L. Parker of Sioux Rapids,
la., was in the city last Friday visit
ing with his old friend and neighbor
from Boone county, 111., P. H. Frye.
They were neighbors in that county
many years ago.
W. D. Wiggins and family spent
Sunday at Crescent Beach.
Miss Dorothy Broberg of New Lon
don is spending a couple of weeks at
the home of her brother, Joseph Bro
berg in this city.
Special display in millinery at
Miss Bradford's Millinery store dur
ing the Fair.
Miss Ethel Reed
PIANIST
Pupil of
Guisseppe Bounamici
FLORENCE, ITALY
Piano Lessons
75c to $2.00
Harmony Lessons
in class, 50c
Private Harmony
$1.00 for 30 minutes
Willmar Studio, R'm 9, Loney Blk.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
St. Paul Studio, 804 Pittsburg Bl'g
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
A Series of Studio Recitals
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Typewriter
SUPPLIES
We are selling: agents of Eastern
manufacturers of typewriter ribbons and
carbons, and will keep on hand supplies
for writing- and adding- machines. We
have now on hand ribbons for the fol
lowing- machines:
Bibbons on Hand.
Remington, Remington Visible, Smith
Premier, Smith Premier Visible, Oliver,
Underwood, Underwood, 2 Color Model
L. C. Smith, Fisher, Burroughs Adding
Machine, Wales Adder.
We have in most cases an assortment
of colors of both record and copying
ribbons.
Ribbons for any machine on short no
tice. If your machine is not represent
ed in the above, kindly notify us at
once, and we will see that we have rib
bons on hand should you need them.
Beat Quality Carbons.
Extra quality blue, purple or black
carbon sheets on hand.
Paper, Covers, Copies.
Typewriter paper and stationery,
printed or not, is a specialty of our job
printing department. Covers for legal
papers and paper for letter copies on
nana. Mail orders will be promptly fill
ed.
TBXBTSVB PBXBTTXHO CO.,
Willmar, Ulna.
The father of Mrs. A. F. BaDue at
Herman was fatally injured while
leading a calf Friday of last week.
He died Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ba
Due accompanied remains to their
old home in Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Murray, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Oveck and Dr. and Mrs.
Behermer of Duluth are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. W. Sanderson this
week. They made the trip by auto.
Miss Annie Monson left for her
home in Minneapolis yesterday, after
having spent the past several months
with her sister, Mrs. Victor Linman.
Special display in millinery at
Miss Bradford's Millinery store dur
ing the Fair.
An Accident.
"What did you cut off your dasch
hund's tail for?"
"It was an accident. The elevator
Started up before I had got quite all
of him inside the door."—Chicago Trib
une.
Classified Wants I
One cent a word each Insertion. No
ad for less than 15 cents, cash with
order.
30 per cent discount for additional
Insertions—No accounts booked for less
than 26c.
Help Wanted.
WANTED—A cook, a waiter and
a dishwasher. Apply at Glarum Ho
tel. 451
WANTED—Good girl for general
housework. Inquire at this of
fice. 453
WANTED—A strong capable girl
to learn nursing. Inquire at Will
mar hospital. 474
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Family of two. 'Phone "No.
266, 401 Fifth St. 472
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Good wages. Must be com
petent. Mrs. B. J. Branton. 473
WANTED—Girl to work for her
board while attending school. Mrs.
N. B. Carlson, 186 Litchfield Ave.
E. 425
WANTED—Competent girl or
general housework. Small family,
pleasant home and good wages. Ad
dress Mrs. H. W. Mann, 708 South
Snelling Avenue, St. Paul. Minn. 471
Position Wanted.
WANTED—Sixteen year old high
school boy wants place to work for
board and room during school term.
Inquire Box 214, Kandiyohi, Minne
sota. 426
Houses and Rooms.
FOB BENT—A five room cottage.
Inquire of Mrs. Swan Larson, 402
12th St. So. 476
STEAM HEATED ROOMS—For
rent. Inquire of R. W. Stanford,
post office building. 72
FOR SALE—A good 8-room resi
dence in best part of residence dis
trict, all modern except heat. In
quire of S. E. Magnuson. 401
Lost, Found, Etc.
FOUND—Pair of gold rimmed
lasses. Inquire at this office. 458
FOUND—A small grip on road
south of Willmar. Looser call at
Tribune office, prove property and
pay for this notice. 462
Dressmaking
DRESSMAKING PARLORS The
Misses Anderson, on Benson avenue E.,
in Fred Magnuson residence. Telephone
No. 387. jQt
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EXCELLENT
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
On account of important outside interests, we will
sell our Ice Cream and Bottling business at Will
mar. Price right. Business well established. Will
guarantee success to live parties. Will teach the
business to purchaser. Excellent opportunity for
a couple live young men. Full particulars.
OEIO. \A/. O N S O N
Farm Loans
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,
Willmar, Minnesota. tf
Stock For Sale.
HORbES FOR SALE—Call at Wagon
ga Farm, C. L. Roske, Rt. 3, Willmar,
Minn. *16
Real Estate.
ACRE TRACTS FOR SALE—At $5.00
cash and $5.00 per month. For price and
further particulars call at our office.
Anderson Land Co., Willmar. 314
FOR SALE or TRADE—2800
acres wild and improved land in
tracts from 40 acres and up. Will
consider city lots or property in
trade or as first payments. Also ten
residence properties in Willmar for
sale from $1,200 to $5,000. G. A.
Erickson.
UNIMPROVED LAND FOR SALE
—55 acres adjoining the Village of
New London. Rolling surface, black
loam, sandy clav subsoil, some small
wood on the land, 20 acres of this
land can be sold in lots. Write for
further information. F. S. Wanous,
New London, Minn. 422
FOR SALE—Land located 70
miles from Duluth easily cleared 2
miles from railroad station 2 miles
from school good graded wagon
road to the land well adapted for
dairying and mixed farming river
flows thru land 700 acres in tracts
to suit. For further particulars in
quire of Andrew Bjorsell. 436
For Sale—Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE—Elegant leather couch
nearly new. Inquire at this of
fice. 470
FOB SALE—Swan Larson stock
of groceries and fixtures'. Apply of
W. -F. Gratz, Willmar, Minn. 428
FOB SALE—Good violin. Inquire
of Cyrus Borgstrom at Chris. Acker
man residence, 422 7th St. So. 469
FOE SALE—I have about 60 Sin
gle Comb White Leghorn heps for
sale at 50c each. They are one year
old only. Also one 250 egg incubat
or, must be sold at once. Call or
write, M. G. Vikse, west end of Gor
don avenue. Willmar. 465
FOR SALE—A five-passenger
Buick, model 10-F touring car. Has
not run over 4,000 miies. Guaran
teed to be in first-eli.ss condition.
First check for $250 will take same.
Call at Oman & Johnson's machine
shop during fair. G. A. Erickson,
owner. 467
Miscellaneous.
GRAVEL—Will load gravel onto cars
at New London pit for 35 cents per yard.
Address John Wright, New London. 320
WANTED—Second-hand shredder
in good condition, also a drive belt.
Address Tribune. 437
Notices.
STBAYED—One light red two
year old heifer with white spot on
forehead and white on flanks, weight
about 600 lbs., has been here since
March. Call for same at the Jack
son farm. 468
Business Chances.
EXCELLENT BUSINESS OP
POBTUNITY—On account of impor
tant outside interests, we will sell
our ice cream and bottling business
at Willmar. Price right—business
well established. Will guarantee
success to live parties. Will teach
the business to purchaser. Excellent
opportunity for a couple live young
men. Full particulars. Geo. W.
Johnson. 475
Corrected Sept. 18,1918.
Prices on creamery butter.nour, bran.j!iorte
and apples are dealers' selling prlees.all other
are prices paid to producers.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern «0c
Wheat, No. 2 «...........ouc
Wheat, No. 8 7S1
Wheat, No.4 7JI
Wheat, rejected .'.'.""."".68c
Wheat, N.o. Velvet Chan 7Be
Wheat, No. 8 Velvet Chaff. ."".".'.77c
Wheat, No 1 Durum "*73e
Wheat, No. 2 Durum. !"'."""7lc
wheat. No. 8 Durum «Se
Wheat, No. 4 Durum ""."66c
2 22c to 26c
J**"** 3«c to 44c
£7e 47c to 61c
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81.18 to $1.48
Bar corn 47,.
Plonr, fancy ^l^!Z^?9a.80
Plow, straight $2.70
....$22.00
snorts $26.00
Potatoes ..... 30c
5«*»» 82.80 per bushel
Cabbage 6c per head
18c
|«t*«. separator. 26c
Butter,dairy 26c
Batter, creamery 39c
Onions 8c per pound
Lambs
«heep*K*L"*C
$3.0<p></p>PHP.7ot$4.00c010o$6.0ott%0085.0
Chickens
Beefcattle $5.00
Veal calves ....$6.00
Hides ..7 ...7c
**o«*. W»e 87.00 to $8.00
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