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_4 ONE SPECIAL LOT WILLMAR, LOCAL BREVITIES Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Parson spent Sunday at Maynard. Myron Cramer visited friends at Clara City Thursday. A. J. Bixler and son were visitors at Litchfield Saturday. James Hannah of Litchfield was a Willmar visitor Monday. Miss Anne Elfstrum is attending summer school at St. Cloud. Otis Olson of Litchfield was a Willmar caller last Wednesday. Miss Clara Skiness spent Sunday with her parents at JCerkhoven. Mrs. N. 0. Kelson and daughter, Wash Goods Painted Lawns, light and dark colors. Real hot weather goods Regular 15c quality, while they last 10c per yd. All cotton Wash Goods remnants that have accumulated during the spring and summer will be closed out at Half Price ONE SPECIAL LOT FREE FREE PUBLIC EXHIBITION FRIDAY, JUNE 27th, 1913 OF THE THIS CERTIFICATE Entitles the bearer to the sponging of any piece of fabric, wool, cotton, silk or velvet, whether purchased here or elsewhere. Perfect Spotless Shrinker and Finisher Sponges and Shrinks all Classes of Goods Perfectly You are cordially invited to the Public Demonstration which will be in charge of Mr. Albert Bray, an experienced man who has nothing to sell—Simply will shrink goods for you. Thereafter the uniform price will be 5c per yard for high-grade goods. Wash goods, not over 36 inches wide, 3c per yard. Short lengths, 15c each piece. No more puckered, rain-spotted, shrunk-out-of-shape suits, skirts and jackets, if the goods are sponged and shrunk by the E E SPOTLESb PROCESS. Everybody knows that spong ing and shrinking is a necessity, not only with woolen goods, but cotton and linen work fabrics as well. Come and select the goods for your new dress and let us shrink the material W I E YOU WAIT. We hope you will take advantage of this offer and keep us busy all day. PETERSO N & WELLI N Miss Nannie spent Sunday at Litch field. Miss Ruth Palm of Litchfield is a guest of Miss Hazel Elmquist this week. Miss Edith Forsherg went to Kerk hoven Friday to remain for a week's visit. Clarence Cramer, who is employed at Grove City, spent Sunday at his home here. Miss June German left Monday for an extended visit with relatives at Benson. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Benton and children spent Sunday with relatives at Hawick. Sylvester Limperich returned home Thursday from a visit with relatives at St. Cloud and Minneap olis. Mr. and Mrs. G. Quarnstrom from Halstad, Minn., are \isiting at the homes of Mrs. 0. P. Rice and Mrs. Emma Miller. Ole Lerohl arrived last Friday from White Earth, S. D., to visit with his wife who is taking medical treatments here. Miss Florence Boedecker returned to her home at Litchfield on Friday, after spending several days here, a guest of friends. Mrs. E. V. Downs and child re turned to their home at Kandiyohi on Friday, after a visit at the home of Mrs. John Mossherg. _. Miss Clara Allen returned to Will- Wash Goods Figured Voiles, Tissue Ginghams, Cotton and Silk "Novelties. Values up to 50c per yd. while they last at 25c per yd. We are showing a very attractive line of Cotton House Dresses and Aprons, take a look at them, they will please you. Prices from 50c $2.50 W.LLHAH th.iUit ttEbMIOAV MINNESOTA mar Thursday and will again open her dressmaking shop in the old postoffice building in room 3. Mrs. S. J. Megard left for her home at Sherman, S. D., Saturday, after having taken treatments by Dr. E. W. Olson for three weeks. Miss Nora Shepard is enjoying a vacation from her duties at the Ga zette office arid left Saturday for a visit with relatives at Sheldon, Iowa, and Huron, S. D. Miss Lucile Anderson yesterday went to Sioux City and to the form er home of Rev. Andersen near Blair, Neb., to visit her grandfather, uncle and other relatives. Mrs. N. N. Felleen returned from Minneapolis Monday evening, after '. £jtoffiy8iVr"' %mrB^mW^^^&7^WW^ ttjJlit. a few days' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. M. Von Verdo at Galhoun Beach, Minneapolis. The Misses Mabelle and Amy Nel son, Miss Ettie Mattson and Harry Nelson left Monday for Red Wing to be present at the wedding of a cou sin, which occurs in that city today. Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. McNairy and two children, Elizabeth and James, left Friday for Minneapolis. Mr. McNairy returned Monday, while the family will remain for an extended visit. Mrs. 0. Johnson, on her way home to Marshall, from a visit in Minneapolis, spent Sunday in this city, a guest of her son and daugh ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. John son. Mrs. H. E. Palm and two children, Richard and Wilbur, and Miss Al vina Dokken of Red Wing, a sister of Mrs. Palm, left Saturday for a visit at their parental home at Sher man, S. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Quarnstrom and Mrs. 0. P. Rice went to St. Paul Saturday morning June 14th, where they attended the United church convention.^ They returned home Wednesday night. Ladies' Aid society of the Swed ish Mission church will be held next Friday afternoon, June 27. Mrs. Gust Nord and Mrs. Peter Lundin will serve refreshments. Everybody cordially welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Magnuson on Rt. 2, Willmar, gave a parcel show er Sunday afternoon, for the tat ter's sister, Miss Agnes Olson, a bride of this month. Many beautiful gifts weie left for the bride-to-be. Invitations were issued this week for the approaching nuptials of Miss Minnie Albertine Hedin, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Otto Hedin of Norway Lake to Victor Selvig of this city. The marriage takes place at the United Lutheran church at Norway Lake July 3. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Hanes and children of Seattle, Wash., who haAe spent a couple of days in Willmar, visiting the latter's mother, Mrs. I. Sanden, left yesterday for Humbolt, Iowa. Mrs. Hanes and children will return to Willmar in August to re main for an extended visit. The Scandinavian Sunday school of Pennock will give a social on Sat. urday, July 5th, commencing at 2 o'clock. Ice cream will be served for the benefit of the Sunday school. A good program will be given, in cluding a speech by Rev Michaelson. Everybody cordially invited. LUTHERAN FREE. Prof. Stoylen of the University of Christiania, Norway, will preach Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. "Mands og Kvindeforeningen" meets Friday evening. No morning service next Sunday, but evening services conducted by the deacons and Student Rykken. The Ladies' Society in the City will meet Wednesday afternoon, July 2, and Mrs. Balke and Mrs. Strand will serve refreshments. SWEDISH MISSION. Rev. Ceremus, a prominent minis ter from Chicago, speaks here to night. On Thursday evening, Prof. Theo dore Anderson, Chairman of Cook County Young People's Covenant, will address the young people. We urge everyone to come and hear this gifted speaker. No services Sunday. Sunday school at 9:^0 a. m., and Y. P. S. at seven p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Morning worship and sermon at 10:30 a. m. Music by the choir. Sabbath school and Bible classes at 12 m. Midweek prayer service Wednes day evening at 8 o'clock. Sabbath evening preaching service at 8:00 o'clock. A male quartette will furnish mu sic for the evening service. SWED. LUTH. BETHEL. Services next Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Ladies' Aid Society social will be held tomorrow afternoon. The following ladies will serve: Mes dames Lewis Fridlund, L. Johnson, Andrew Hanson and Wm. Johnson. The parochial school will com mence next Monday with Student Hanson as teacher, NORW. LUTH. SYNOD. Next Sunday services at the Solo mon Lake church at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school. English evening services at the Willmar church at 8 p. m. The Sewing Circle meets with Miss Norma Hanson next Saturday after noon. The Vikor Ladies Society meets with Mrs. O. Skaftedal next Wed nesday afternoon. OAK' PARK M. E. There will be no services next Sunday as the pastor is attending Mission meetings at Louriston. Sun day school at 10:30 o'clock a. m. Epworth League 8 o'clock p. m. All are welcome. SWEDISH M. E. No prayermeeting nert Thursday. Next Sunday S. S. at usual hour. Morning worship at eleven o'clock. Epworth League at seven. No preaching in the evening. I The Funeral at Marine Mills. The funeral of Prof. A. L. Swen son of whose drowning was told in the last issue of the Tribune, was held at Scandia, Minn., last Wed nesday afternoon. At 1:30 short services were conducted by Rev. Chelgren at the farm home of Peter Holm, which is also the home of the young widow's mother, Mrs. Ma thilda Magne, and at which place the sad accident occurred. A solo was sung by Eben E. Lawson and after those present had taken a farewell look at the loved one the cortege de parted for the Swedish Lutheran church, 2 miles distant, where a large gathering of people was pre sent to show their sympathy to the A. LEMUEL SWENSON. From a Photo Taken While at Coll ege. sorrow stricken families. Rev. Chel gren, the local pastor, spoke in the Swedish language, using as his text Job 1:21, "The Lord Gave and the Lord Hath Taken Away Blessed be the Name of the Lord." Mr. Nels Benson, a classmate of the deceased, and now a student at the Theologi cal Seminary at Rock Island, spoke in English referi'ing particulaily to the college life of the deceased. His kind words of sympathy he based on Rev 1:21, "And God Shall Wipe Away All Tears From Their Eyes, Etc." Rev. C. Swenson of New London, was the third speaker and gave a short resume of the life of the de ceased and, using as his text Ps. 46:11, "Be Still and Know That I Am God," directed words of comfort to the bereaved ones. Mrs. Chelgren and daughter sang beautifully three numbers during the services. The interment took place in the nearby cemetery and was conducted by Rev. Chelgren. The floral tributes were many and beautiful from friends far and near, including a costly "broken wheel" design from the graduating class of the Sacred Heart schools, a wreath from the Willmar District Luther League and one from the Sarpn church of Spicer. Household Goods Auction. I will sell at public auction on Saturday, July 12, at two o'clock p. m., on Third Street, opposite Glarum Hotel, the following de scribed personal property: Six beds three bed springs three bureaus one center table two wash stands one diningroom table two kitchen tables one bed lounge three organs three parlor chairs two rockers ice box six kitchen chairs cook stove heating stove kitchen cupboard some dishes, and other articles. Terms: Cash or time on larger sums. W. N. Davis, Auctioneer. ALFRED GILBERTSON, Administrator Estate of Mrs. T. O. Fixen. Notice to Coal Dealers. Office of County Auditor, Willmar, Minn., June 24, 1913. Sealed bids will be received at this office until Tuesday, July 15, 1913 at 10 o'clock a. m, at-which time the said bids will be opened by the Board of County Commissioners for furnishing 50 tons of hard coal for the Court House and County Jail. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the County Board. JOHN FEIG, County Auditor and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board. 3w Concert at Kandiyohi. The Willmar Glee Club will give a ccncert at Kandiyohi tomorrow (Thursday) evening. The concert will consist of Scandinavian aud English songs by the Club and sev eral other numbers, including piano selections by Miss Cora Osmundson, short address by Atty. Chas. John son, flute solo by Robert Otterness, solo by Miss Fern Magnuson and other numbers. The concert will be held in the M. W. A. hall and the admission will be 25 and 15 cents. Everyone come. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sincere thanks to all friends who assisted us at our recent bereavement, after the death of our beloved sister and aunt, Siri Aslakson. Mrs. R. Torkelson, T. C. Torkelson, Albert Torkelson. Parochial school at the Synod church began last Monday, with' an enrollment of 75, in charge of Rev. J. N. Andersen and the Misses Jon ette Thorpe and Edna Kiland. .-.-•/ s&* June Weddings No Wedding complete without the wedding pictures. During month of June, we'll give you special reduction. We are anxious to have you look our samples over, and in so doing, you'll find our brown rich finish comparing the yellow sepias you see so often at other places, but you want the best, and we can assure you the best in everything at our up-to-date Studio, large private dressing room, reception and operating rooms. NATURE TELLS YOU Give your work to a good photographer with experience. Make an appointment today. When you get them at SIMONS they are right. IN CARLSON BLOCK Studio 91 PHONES Res. 159J Many a Tribune Reader Knows Too Well. When the kidneys are weak, Nature tells you about it.^ The urine is nature's index. Infrequent or too frequent pass age, Other disorders suggest kidney ills. Doan's Kidney Pills are for disor dered kidneys. People in this vicinity testify to their worth. Mrs C. A. Peters, Sibley Ave., Litchfield, Minn., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have been used in our family for backache and trouble with the kidney secretions and I am glad to say that they ha\e brought about a cuie. I also used Doan's Kidney Pills myself and I therefoie know what they will do. My back and hips were so lame that I could hardly stoop and my kidneys did not do their work properly. Since using Doan's Kidney Pills, I have been perfectly free from these troubles." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's— and take no other. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our thanks to all who so kindly helped us and showed their sympathy before and after the death of our son, Clifford, and for the many beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Clifgard. Better So. "You think it better to have foreign waiters?" "Yes." replied the thick skinned man. "1 realized it this evening. When 1 gave the waiter a lead half dollar be thanked me in English and later ex pressed bis opinion in a language which, fortunately. 1 could not under stand "—Washington Star. Classified Wants One ceat a word each Insertion. No ad for less than 16 cents, caah with •under. 80 per cent discount for additional insertions—No accounts booked for less than 26c Help Wanted. WANTED—Girl to work at Bos ton Candy Kitchen. WANTED—Competent girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. Joe Cleary, 314 8th S 851 WANTED—Girl or general house work. Mrs. S. B. Qvale. 145 Litchfield avenue E. 840 WANTED —Competent girl for general house work. Good wages. Mrs. H. Porter, City. 842 WANTED—A competent dress maker who is willing to learn vest making. J. J. Ekander. 677 Houses and Rooms. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms at 322 5th street. 823 FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms Inquire at 113 Litchfield Ave. E. 809 FOR RENT—House. Inquire at Anderson Land Co.'s office. 837 FOR RENT—Room in old postoffice building. Steam heat. Inquire at build ing of R. W. Stanford. 732 HOUSE O RENT—Strictly modern. Inquire of Wm. O. Johnson. -832 HOUSE FOR RENT—Upstairs, 3 rooms, city water and seuer. O. B. Glarum. 848 FOR RENT—Front room opposite steam laundry. Mrs. Eda Day, Ray mond, Minn. 847 FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in modern house. Inquire at 721 Litch field avenue west. 850 FOR RENT—One large room on first floor all modern conveniences suitable for one or two. 115 Becker Ave. E. 813 FOR RENT—Three large pleas ant furnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping or for separate roomers. Apply^ at 186 Litchfield Ave. E. 849 Poultry EGGS FOR HATCHING —Pure bred Barred Plymouth Rock chick en eggs for hatching '5c each. No replace. T. J. Lawson, New London, Minn. 628 EGGS FOR HATCHING—Will sell Ms eggs for hatching from 3 pens of R. I. Reds, $3.00, $2.00 and $1.0Q per setting for 13. Sivert Osmundson, 313 Bernard St. Real Estate. FOR SALE—A good 80 acres of land 3 miles south of Willmar. In quire at office. •iff FOR SALE Two lots and cottage on Crescent Beach. A snap at $650. Wm. Olson. Snioer. 810 NOKTHERN MINNESOTA LANDS— 112.60 to $15 00 per acre $2 per acre cash, balance on easy terms at 5 per _" cent. For further particulars call at our office or write Anderson Land Co., Willmar, Minn. 6E0 CEMETERY LOTS—The south half of the newly-platted Bethel cemetery (Den Svenska Gravgarden) is open to the public for the purchase of lots, at reasonable prices. See Lewis Johnson. HOUSES FOR SALE—On the in stallment plan. If interested in buy ing a house it will pay you to call at our office and get full particulars. Anderson Land Co., Willmar, Minne sota. 635 TO CLOSE UP AN ESTATE—I have for sale 198 acres adjoining the village of Hawick. Land in crop except about 25 acres of timber and what is used for pasture. Co-opera tive creamery and telephone, church es, school and markets near. Will For Sale—Miscellaneous. FOR SALE—Horses, harness. Inquire at street. FOR SALE—Good second-hand1 Ford touring car one Maxwell road ster. P. M. Peterson, Willmar. 834 FOR SALE—Ajax auto tires, guaranteed 5,000 miles, at the same price as other tires guaranteed only 3,500 miles. Paul M. Peterson. 771 FOR SALE—Fine set of the New International Encyclopedia, latest 1911 edition complete with 6 year books. Set is brand new, bound in half Morocco with gold top. The 27 volumes cost $162. Will sell for $85. Address "International" c[o Trib une. 843 Miscellaneous. MONEY TO LOAN—See S. L. Ben ton for farm loans, on the optional payment plan, and at low interest^ as he has charge of the loaning bus iness whde I am away from home A. P. Adams. 562 Lost, Found, Etc. LOST—Pair of gold bowed spec tacles on circus day. Finder leave at Tribune for reward. 853 LOST—Between Pennock and Willmar circus day, a black dress coat. Finder leave at Konglie's or with Tribune for reward. 845 LOST—Umbrella with pearl han dle and gold knob. Was left at Great Northern depot last Wednes day morning. Finder please bring to Tribune office. 852 MONUMENTS Orders for MARBLE and GRAN ITE MONUMENTS, markers, grave cribs, cemetery fences, etc., prompt ly filled. Factory between Second and Third streets, on Benson ave nue. OLSON & GRUE, 'Phone 455j or 1631 Willmar, Minn. Corrected June 25,1913. Prices on creamery butter.door, bran,snorts., and applet are dealers' selling prions,all other' areprices paid to producers. Wheat, Mo. 1 Northern.*. ....86c Wheat, No. 3 84c Wheat, No. 8 81c Wheat, No. 4 77c Wheat, rejected 72j Wheat, No. 1 Velvet Chaff 85c _, ., Wheat, No. 3 Velvet Chaff. ,83c *&* Wheat, No. 8 Velvet Chaff. 80c~^ Wheat, No 1 Durum 86c 1 Wheat, No. 3 Durum 84-e Wheat, No* 8 Durum 8 c.,,^ Wheat, No. 4 Durum .\ 7**^ Oats 80c to 3 3 Barley r. 43c to 49c-™ Rve 47C r©SOc#% Flax 99c to fl.l4*ggl Barcom 4oVT^ Flour, fancy. 83 90 Flour, straight 83.80 Braa 830.00 Shorts S32.O0 Potatoes -SP Smith 819 sell in part if desired. A. J. New London, Minn. son, wagon and 812 Third 846 GOOD BARN FOR SALE CHEAP —Inquire of W. L. Geer, 418 11th St., Willmar, Minn. 734 *LV tff? r*j -4 :KM *k 30c^s*' Beans 83.SO per buahcTgM Cabbage 5c perpound55*** BOB. 18c Butter, separator. 25c Butter,dairy ~.... 243 Butter, creamery 28ep Lambs 86.0O to S7.0d£| Sheep $4.00 to 85.O0S Chickens Spring chickens ,A...15cgs Beefcattle $B.OO*o $6.00g Steers 86.00 to 87.00fe§* •sal calves 85.60 to $8.0gg|g jlveMM..~».«..c"^.»w»~«««««,»1«»*«,M*a"!*a^!