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Mrs. Ed. Sluka assisted her moth
er, Mrs. E. F. Stuhr with the work
Miss Tracy Bmkema did some
6ewmg for her sister, Mrs. Jno. Wie
berdink at Pnnsburg last Friday and
Rev. and Mrs. Brummel visited
with Mrs. D. Dekker last Wednes
A surprise party was rendered on
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stob last Tues
day evening and an enjoyable eve
ning was spent.
While putting fire to his stubble
field, Mr. Van Ordt had the misfor
tune of letting the fire get beyond his
control, which burned one of his hay
stacks, while he saved some others
Mrs. Nype and daughter, Mrs.
Wm. Stob, Mrs. Jno Wieberdink and
children, Misses Ella Campbell and
SHEEPSKIN LINED DUCK COATS
Sheepskin lined Duck Coats with fur collars regular price A A
$5.00. Sale price
Sheep lined Corduroy Ulsters, worth $14.50, will go in
this sale at
$7.50 Moleskin Sheep lined Coats will go in this
$4.00 Duck Coats best quality,
LADIES' CARACUL COATS.
Good quality, well made and worth $10.00,
special in this sale
Ladies' Caracul Coats, made with quilted lining, extra
good quality, sell everywhere at $15.00. Our price.
Finest quality Salts Caracul made with satin lining in all colors,
actual value $22.00.
Ladies' Fancy Chincilla Coats guaranteed all wool material, plaid
back, very warm and stylish, same coats as you see adver
tised elsewhere at $25.00. d/fl en
Our price JLflvDU
HIGH GRADE FURS
High grade furs at low prices. Genuine Marmet set Scarf and
Muff to match actual value $22.50.
Our price per set
Other Sets at From $2.98 up.
The very latest style, good $10.00 overcoats will go in
this sale at
All our High Grade Overcoats at equally great reductions.
Sweater Coats for Men, Women an Children. A very large assort
ment of all new styles and fine quality. Men's Sweaters from
Ladies' Sweaters in pure wool, worth $3.75 will go
in this sale for
Men's $2.00 Sweaters
Men's $5.00 Sweaters
Several other grades at equally reduced prices.
Your Railroad Fare
will be paid by us if
your purchase a
mounts to $20 or
Roseland, Oct. 21—Miss Minnie
Holtz was dressmaking for Mrs.
Wm. Van Buren last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gort spent last
Wednesday night and Thursday with
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gort, Jr.
Flora Dykema spent a very pleasant
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
Buikema last Friday.
Miss Elsie Reetz assisted Mrs. G.
Wieberdink during threshing last
Thursday and Friday,
Mr. John Dykema and sister Flora
spent a very pleasant afternoon at
the home of Albert Lundgren near
Svea last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Damhof and chil
dren and Mrs. D. Dekker called on
Mr. and Mrs. H. Brouwer last Tues
Mr. and Mrs. N. Dykema and
children were Sunday evening callers
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Bruggers and family.
Mr. Jno. Brouwer and Misses
Marie Kohrs and Abbie Damhof were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Kohrs
last Sunday afternoon.
Miss Tracy Buikema intends to
leave today (Monday) to keep house
for her brother Peter, who is plough
ing on the farm near Raymond which
they have rented.
Mr. Peter Nype and sister Grace,
and Miss Bertha DeJager suppered
at Jno. Buikema's last Sunday eve
•o^tyzf- &*>\ Y1
where she will work for some time.
Mrs. Edgar Lindblad assisted her
mother, Mrs. Ostrom during thresh
The auction sale at Anderson's,
last Tuesday was well attended, and
everything was sold at a reasonable
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson and
daughter Ruby, and Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Lindblad were entertained
for dinner at the Andrew Ostrom
home east of Svea last Sunday.
Miss Mary Mack of Raymond vis
ited with her cousin, Anna Strafelda
Mrs. J. Toupal and family visited
at the Lewis Vejtruba home last
Miss Minnie Soderberg is assist
ing with housework at the Aug. New
berg home in Whitefield.
Miss O'tillie Holechek was a Will
mar visitor last Wednesday after
Miss Flore ce Christianson visit
ed at the Fred Anderson home last
Mrs. Otto Granberg is en the sick
list. All her many friends wish her
a speedy recovery.
Miss Irene Lindblad is staying at
the A. J. Ryden home in Svea.
MEN'S PLUSH LINED COATS.
We show nothing but first-class coats in this line, all made with
genuine muskrat collar. We offer in this
sale $20.00 coats for.
And all other higher grades at same reductions.
MEN'S FUR LINED COATS.
Fine all wool Kersey Shell lined with Opossum, fine Brook Mink
Collar, a $40 coat on sale
At less than wholesale. Navy blue heavy flannel shirts
worth $1.00, will go in this sale for
$1.25 flannel shirts
$1.50 flannel shirts
And all the highest grades at just a little more.
BLANKETS AT LESS THAN MILL PRICES
10-4 size cotton blankets,
Large size $1.25 blankets,
per pair ^..
Fine $2.00 blankets
Extra large $2.50 blankets
Pure wool $5.00 blankets
Extra large $6.00 wool blankets
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WOOL AND FLEECE LINED HOSE
Ladies' 15c Fleeced Lined Hose, A
Ladies' 20c Fleeced Hose, A
ribbed tops at 1 4
Ladies' 25c Fleeced Hose, fine elastic 1
ribbed tops, now O
Ladies' 36c wool hose, 1 A
Misses' and Children's Hose at equally great reductions.
WILLMAR TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1912
There is only a few more days left for great Bargains at the
THE ST. PAUL BARGAIN STORE
And if you want to take advantage of this great opportunity you will have to hurry. OUR SALE WILL POSI
TIVELY CLOSE FRIDAY, NOV. 1st. We have plenty of goods left yet and enough to choose from. You will find
bargains that you never seen before. Just bring your family and pocketbook along with you and we will fit you out
from top to bottom for less money then any catalogue or mail order house in the country. But we won't take too much space in telling you but will
show it to you in plain figures. Here they are.
Mr. Gilbert Stuhr made his usual
call at the Fred Anderson home last
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feifarek were
Willmar visitors last Friday. They
were accompanied home by their
daughter, Mrs. Randall, who will vis
it here for some time.
Miss Minnie Nelson of Willmar
spent the past week visiting with
relatives and friends here and at
$1.00 fur band caps
$1.50 and $2.00 caps
50c and 75c stocking caps
50c pure wool aviation caps
75c aviation caps
Men's 25c wool socks
Men's 35c wool socks
Men's 50c wool socks
Men's cotton socks
75c canvass leggins
REMEMBER THE DATE: SALE POSITIVELY GLOSES FRIDAY, NOV. 1st
THE ST. PAU BARGAI
Odd Fallow's Blook, Fifth St. andUtohfleld Ave,
Young Man, Try This.
Some one who is an expert at "fig
gering" has found out that if a
young man at twenty years of
will put twenty dollars at interest
instead of expending it for tobacco,
then at the beginning of the next
year repeat, it and include also the
principal and interest of the preced
ing year, and thus continue to do
from year to year until he shall have
reached the age of seventy, the am
ount he would realize would exceed
thirty thousand dollars. How many
of our young men will try it.—Madi
son Western Guard.
Even Mere 80.
"Corns frequently affect a person's
"Bye too."—Boston Transcript.
CAPS FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Better grades at equally great reductions
Underwear for Men, Boys and Children in all wool, fleeced lined,
flat or ribbed union suits or separate garments. A very large
assortment to select from at a big saving in cost.
Men's ribbed or flat fleeced underwear,
best quality will go at this sale at
Men's natural wool underwear, worth $1.25,
will go for
Men's $1.50 heavy wool underwear
will go for
Ladies' velvet back underwear, worth 75c
will go for
Ladies' camel hair underwear, worth $1.50,
will go for
Union suits of every description at equally great reductions.
Children's Underwear in Wool and Fleeced Lined Union Suits
or Separate Garments at Less Than Wholesale Prices.
Suits for Men, Young Men, Boys and Children. We guarantee
you a saving of 40 per cent on any Suit you will buy at this sale.
We have them in all styles and colors at prices to suit all purses.
Georgeville Oct. 21 Alfred
Amundson of Willmar spent Sunday
at his parental home.
There is music in the air. Can it
be the wedding bells that are ring
Mrs. C. O. Johnson has left for
Minneapolis, enroute to Washington
after an extended visit with Matt
Thompson and family.
Mrs. HanssAmundson and family
visited at the Olaf Berg place Sun
Miss Ettie Sonstegard, who has
been working for Mrs. J. Y. Kramer
summer, came home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halvorson and
Miss Hannah Chelmen were New}
London visitors Saturday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Christ Lar
son of Minneapolis, Oct. 13, a boy.
Rev. T. O. Tolo left for Northfield,
Minn., where he is to speak today.
Tonight he will speak at Minneap
Mrs. E. H. Jacobson and P. O. Iv
erson of New London visited with
friends in this neighborhood Thurs
Miss Agnes Hultberg and Rudolph
J. Anderson were united in marriage
at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hultberg,
Wednesday. After a short honey
moon trip the newly-weds will be at
home after Nov. 1st, at Belgrade,
where Mr. Anderson has charge of
the Farmers' creamery.
Edw. and Knute Mork and
Quisberg were Belgrade callers be
tween trains Saturday.
Lee Somerville came up from Will
A baby boy arrived at the
Wisse home last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Martens are
the proud parents of a baby girl born
Mrs. Mary Hagen of Willmar is
visiting at the home of J. L. John
son this week.
Miss Hedvig Swenson went to
Willmar Saturday for a week's visit
with her grandparents.
School opened in Dist No. 80 Mon
day with Miss Wheeler of Willmar
at the helm.
Otto Trulson, one of the Priam
wheat buyers, spent Sunday at Will
Dave Bergstressar has rented the
old Markovitz farm near Priam and
will take possession at once.
$1.00 hand bags
LADIES' HAND BAGS IN VERY LATEST STYLES
50c hand bags O
$1.25 silk mufflers
Men's large handkerchiefs
15c Yankee garters
$1.00 fancy back combs
Real leather and leather lined hand bags with genuine German Silver
frames, worth $3.00.
Special for this sale
BARGAINS IN MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES
LADIES' WHITE WAISTS
$1.00 waists AQ.C
$2.00 waists Qfic
Extra Heavy Outing Flannel, regular I21/2c quality will go in
this sale at 7 cents per yard.
75c Petticoats, if Of*
for I JJC
Other petticoats at equally great reductions.
You will find thousands of other equally great bargains in all
kinds of Clothing, Shoes, Rubbers, Overshoes, Gloves, Mittens, and
all kind of Furnishings for Men, Women and Children, bargains
which no one can afford to pass by for values like these cannot be
duplicated anywhere in this country.
Contractor Skoolheim promised to
have the German Lutheran church
ready for services by Nov. 10.
Will Digman came up from Will
mar for a few days' visit with his
parents south of town.
Miss Ella Swenson returned to
Willmar Saturday after a three
weeks' visit at her parental home.
B. E. Bruns and Wm. Behrends
contemplate to build new residences
and become citizens of Raymond.
O. O. Haugland has bought the
C. B. Connick residence south of the
for a consideration of $900.
Dick Wubbles and Miss Lena Nieu
wenhuis were married last week.
The couple left for Mahnomen coun
ty, where they will make their future
Mr. Rusten is doing some tiling
this fall, that is what the low land
needs. Town of St. Johns should
have many more such farmers as
Those old pictures of father and
mother are very dear to you. Price
less In fact. Just bear In mind that
your children would cherish Just such
pictures of you. Olson Bros.—Ad
Our usual Guaran
tee goes with every
article during this
sale. Absolute Satis
faction or Money Re
funded within ten
New London Times.
P. A. Brogren has added a dry
cleaning department to his tailoring"
Aug. Anderson, Roy Davis and"
Otto Nelson left for Appleton on
Monday, where they will work on a
large building which is being erect
Wm. Rose has accepted a position
with Mackmay & Co., of Minneapolis,
as a buyer of hides and fur. He
will commence work Oct. 28, and will
make his headquarters at Little
The John Buchanan family left
Monday for Appleton, where they
will make their future home. Mr.
Buchanan has a position in a grain
elevator at that place.
Dr. Oppegaard was called to Bel
grade yesterday where it was found
necessary to operate at once upon
Coleman Anderson, son of T. J. An
derson of that place, for a large ab-_
cess of the appendix. fl-
The Pete Rose family will movet.
into the village in the near future,
and will occupy the rooms in the,
Emil Johnson building which wil£|
soon be Vacated by the C. B.
Dougal family. Pete will assist his
fattier in the meat business.—New