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SNOWS COLLEGE =OF DRESSMAKING Teacblng Designing Oresscuttlng Dressmaking Miss Alma Halvorson MANAGER 109 Fifth St. Willmar, Minn. EAST DOVRE. East Dovre, Sept 15—Mrs. E Berge son and daughter, Mrs. A Olsen, visited at Rev E. O Larsen's last Thursday afternoon. Christ Olsen assisted at Baklund's with the silo filling last Monday. Miss Sigrid Gynild visited at H. Est ness' from Saturday until Sunday. Services next Sunday at 11 o'clock by Rev E O. Larsen M. Olsen and family were nicely en tertained at Roan's for dinner last Sun day Florence and Leslie Baklund were Sunday afternoon visitors at Gynild's The Ladies' Aid meets with Mrs. M. Olsen Thursday afternoon, October 2. A large number from here attended the ice cream social at Risdal's last Saturday, but ice cream was rather cold for the weather Miss Selma Berg assisted at H. J. .Berg's with the house work a few days last week. Miss Emma Olson visited with Hilda Gynild from Saturday until Sunday. How's the Fair going to turn out these last evenings? Lets go, eh 9 Henry Berg assisted Olsen's with the silo filling last week. Miss Martha Berg returned from Minneapolis last Friday. S FLORIDA. Lake Florida, Sept 15—Mr. Alfred Magnuson is at present assisting Gust Ahlberg with his work. Miss Mary Thorson spent a few days last week at the Ole Alvig home Mr and Mrs Lewis Nordgren were visitors last Sunday at the home of the former's brother, Mr Andrew Nordgren near Willmar Mr and Mrs Fritz Danielson and Mrs A. Danielson spent last Sunday at the Carl Bengtson home Mr. Verner Emerson and family were Sunday visitors at the Skoglund home. Dr. H. F. Porter, Dentistry, Carl son Block, Willlmar.—Adv. Special Fo Fai Week During Fair Week and two weeks following, L. A. TJOSVOLD MUSIC CO. will have two pianos on exhibition described below, which will be sold Satur day, October 4th, for the amount of the highest bid received by that time. Fill out the blank below and either deposit in box or mail to L. A. TJOS VOLD MUSIC COMPANY. HEW X.ONDON, BT. 3. New London, Sept. 15—Services in the Swedish Lutheran church next Sunday at 11 o'clock and Sunday school at 10 a m. John Bergeson visited at the August Olander home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. France Soderlund and family and Mrs. Alfred Olander and daughters, Ellen and Marguerite were guests at the Carl Soderlund home Sun day afternoon. Adolph, Agnes, Stella and Reuben Ol ander visited at the C. A. Broman home in Fahlun over Sunday. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Swed ish Lutheran church will be entertained at the church hall on Thursday after noon and evening, September 18th. Re freshments will be served by Mesdames J. M. Monson and C. E. Monson. Ev eryone is cordially invited. Victor Olson's entertained a number of friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. l^ewis Myhre and son, Chester visited at the Willie Nordstedt home Sunday. Harry Nordstedt visited at his par ental home Sunday. Bi Reductions IN Photograph DURING FAIR WEEK AT SIMON'S STUDIO In Carlson Block Willmar, Minn., Sept L. A. TJOSVOLD MUSIC COMPANY I or we hereby submit a bid of $ on the $400.00 Kimball Piano and $ on the $375 Oo Hobart M. Cable Piano offer ed by you. Signed. Bids to be opened Saturday, October 4, 1913, at 2:30 p. m. by a committee chosen at the time of opening. The highest bidder gets the Piano regardless of what his bid is or what the piano cost. The pianos are on exhibit at our booth during the fair and at the store room on Benson Ave. and 3rd St, from the 22nd until Oct 4th, where bids will be accepted or they may be mailed to us at Willmar, Minn., Box 337. JLOBH2.AJXD. Roseland, Sept 15—Mr and Mrs. John Buikema of Raymond visited with Roseland friends last Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred Poortinga and daughter, Pearl, Sam Dykema and Hen ry Klipp of Willmar spent last Monday at the home of Mrs S Dykema. Mr. and Mrs. N. Dykema and children visited with the latter's sister, Mrs. H. Van Der Bill of Prinsburg last Sunday. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Der Emde last Sunday. Hans Moorlag was on the sick list Saturday H. Bruggers and family were Sunday evening callers at the Dragt home. Mrs Frank Watkms of Willmar spent Saturday at the home of her mother, Mis S Dykema Mr. and Mrs. Kohrs visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Brouwer last Sunday evening. Program at Keffstrom's. The following program will be given at Mrs. Hegstrom's place on Saturday evening, Sept. 13 Piano solo Emma Rykken Rec Clara Holland Vocal Solo Miss Wilcox Piano Solo Sigrid Gynild Reading Lydia Birkeland Vocal Solo Esther Monson Reading Thorvald Rykken Vocal Solo Miss Wilcox Piano Solo Sigrid Gynild The Willmar Seminary had 155 students last year. Get in line and help make it 200 the coming year Adv. See Booth at the County Fair PENNOC REA ESTAT E COMPAN List Your Farms With Us The Farm Loan Department is at your service and terms will be made satisfactory to you. We write Life Insurance, We write Fire Insurance, WewriteTornadoandCycloneInsurance, We write Hail Insurance, in the best companies. Come in and talk it over with us. We solicit your business and assure you careful attention at all times. J. P. JOHNSON Pennock, Minnesota 1913 FENHOCK. Pennock, Sept. 15—Blanche Jarrett left Monday for the cities where she will visit with relatives and friends for a couple of weeks. Miss Tillie Hanson, who has assisted Mrs. A. J. Lindgren the past week, left today for Willmar. A. M. Lindgren is working at the Floren-Benson store this week. Mr. Ed. Bengtson of Lake Andrew was in town a couple of days last week on his way to Stockholm, S. D., where he will visit his sister, Mrs Carl Hall din of that place. Theodore Larson of Wessington Springs, S. Dak., who has been visiting at the Strandberg and Berlin families since Friday, returns home Tuesday. Mr. Larson was well satisfied with the country and will return in the near fu ture and make Kandiyohi county his home. A. Bergman spent two hours Fri day evening, hunting and brought home the limit, 2 chickens and 13 ducks. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson of Illinois, who have been visiting the C. G. Kemph family of this place, return ed to their home today. The Johnson's were former residents of St. Johns township. Miss Emma Gullbrand has again tak en up her duties at A. J. Lindgren's, af ter a two weeks' illness. Mrs Otto Holmgren of Mamre spent Monday afternoon calling on friends of Pennock. LAKE WAOONGA. Lake Wagonga, Sept. 15—Mrs. Stell macker left for her home in Minneap olis last week, after visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Roske and family. Herman Johnson left early Monday morning for Minneapolis, where he will be employed for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Gullickson and family of Wisconsin are visiting at the Christ Ellingson nome. Mrs. Gullickson is a sister of Mrs. Ellingson. Miss Hilda Johnson returned Satur day from her visit in Minneapolis. C. Ellingson and family and guests, Mr Gulnckson and family spent Sun day afternoon at the C. Berkness home Millie Carlson assisted Mrs. Edwin Erickson during threshing. Ludvig Carlson called at Arbor Hill Farm Sunday afternoon. Levi Anderson and Emil Nelson were entertained for dinner at the Carlson Bro's. home Sunday. The attendance at Sunday school last Sunday was very small, there being on ly about twelve present. We have but two Sundays left, and would like a larger attendance next Sunday. Sunday school starts at the usual time. OBITS GRIST. Grue, Sept. 15—Mrs. Christ Johnson of New London is at present visiting her parental home, H. C. Gunderson's. The ice cream social at Risdal's Sat tirday evening was very well attended and proved a success in every way. Miss Ruth Thorstenson arrived home last Wednesday, after a week's visit in the cities. E. Alvig and family visited at E. Er lckson's last Sunday. Ole Risdahl returned home last Sat urday after a couple of months' stay near Raymond. Axel Halverson of Lamberton, Minn., visited at Risdall's a few days last week. Miss Edith Holt of Willmar visited with her friend, Mildred Wick last week. A. Fagerland and family spent Sun day at A. Brecke's near Nest Lane. The Ladies' Aid will meet at the Thompson home Thursday afternoon, Sept. 25. WEST LAKE. West Lake, Sept. 15—Herman Rustao. of Kerkhoven visited at the home of J. E. Otterness last Sunday. Miss Alma Rogen and Elmer Raaen visited at th»5 home of Ove Rog"n at Spring Creek last Sunday. C. E. Sagedalen and family visited the Thore K. Lokken family Sunday. The Knute Paaverud threshing outfit is at the O. E. Sagerdal place at pres ent. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Rogen visited rela tives in Colfax last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Aasen called on friends and relatives in Colfax last Sunday. Lewis Johnson of Austin, N. Dak., is working for J. E. Ramstad at present. W. L. iasen made a business trip to Benson last Friday. Card of Thank*. To all who honored the memory of our late departed husband and father, and comforted us with deeds and words of sympathy in our recent bereavement, we wish to extend our hearty thanks. We will bear such kindness in grateful remembrance. Mrs. Ole E. Ruble and family. Card of Thanks. Our sincere thanks is due many kind friends and neighbors for assistance given and sympathy shown us during our late bereavement, also to many friends for fine flowers given to honor our dearly beloved Herbert. Mr. and Mrs. Helge Nelson and fam ily. Miss Hazel Lien left Friday to teach near Kerkhoven. WILLMAR TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 9IS. Colfax, Sept. 15—Mrs. Ole A. Olson and son, Arthur have returned home from Iowa, after a fortnight's visit with relatives. Misses Regina Olson and Millie Ev ans left on Friday for Clinton for a visit with the former's brother, An drew Olson and family. Mr. and Mrs Even Olson, Mikkel Ol son and Gulsvig autoed to Cyrus, Minn, on Sunday for a visit with friends. Miss Lillian Kiefer visited with Eva lyn- Evans Saturday. Miss Clara Clauson left for Dovre Friday, where she will teach the com ing year. Leonard Lawrence of Spicer is at present assisting- Martin Thompson. L. O. Mikkelson has returned from Grand Forks and Bismarck, N. D., where he transacted business. Mrs. Anton Berg and two daughters of Silverdale, Wash., who are visiting relatives here spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Christ Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Peterson and children visited at Christ Nelson's Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. A. Engen and children and Mrs. Katherine Olson and family visited at C. S. N. Peterson's at Norway Lake last Sunday. Colfax, Sept. 8—Mrs. Henry Fetcher and daughter of Minneapolis arrived at the Nick Hagen home on Saturday for a couple of days' visit. Nora, Sarah, and Sophus Olson of Belgrade visited at Even Olson's on Sunday. Miss Lillian Kiefer of Northfork ar rived here on Sunday to take charge of the school in Dist. 31, which commenc ed Monday. Mr and Mrs. Hans Hanson and fam ily visited at Anfin Otteson's on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mikkel Olson entertain ed a large number of their friends Sun day afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Nick Hagen and family and Mrs. Henry Fetcher visited at Jo hannes Odland's Sunday. Misses Alma Gerhardson and Anna Clauson left for St. Cloud Monday to attend the Normal there this year. Mr. and Mrs. Even Olson and family visited at Sam Peterson's at Norway Lake Sunday. Miss Syneva Frugard and Mrs .Lewis Granhill of Willmar are at present vis iting at the A. Anderson home here and at the M. J. Mikkelson home in Belgrade. Miss Josephine Henjurn's school com menced Monday, Sept. 8th, in District No. 12. Mr. and Mrs. M. N. 'Hegland are at present visiting at the former's par ental home at Roland, Iowa. XtOXTO- IAZE. Long Lake, Sept. 15—Miss Hannah Chelman from Georgeville, Minn., com menced a seven months' term of school in the Lake View school house Monday. Miss Ella Martinson from Spicer is at present assisting her sister, Alma at the Estvick home. Mr. and Mrs Enoch Ekblad and daughter and Miss Clauson visited at the Jalmer Larsen home Sunday. Miss Alma Bratberg visited at the Halvor Nilsen home Sunday evening. Miss Alma Martinson was a Spicer visitor Saturday. Stanley Johnson visited with his friend, Johnnie Larsen, Friday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Nilsen were en tertained at the G. J. Bratberg home for dinner Sunday. Miss Thora Netland who is attending the Willmar High School visited with her mother, Mrs. Ingeborg Netland Sun day. Miss Lilhe Larsen is at present vis iting with her sister, Mrs. E. P. Ek blad. Mrs. John Peterson and daughter, Lillie, were Sunday evening callers at the Jalmer Larsen home. Miss Lillian Larsen visited with her friend. Alma Martinson Friday after noon. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitution al remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is, the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hear* ing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75e. vTake Hall's Family Fills for constipation. SPECIAI. SAKE on Lockets and Chains .this week at Elmquist's Jewelry store. Benson Ave. Miss Ethelleedl TEACHER OF PIANO Theory and Harmony Seaso Begins Sept 8 STUDIO—Lonoy Building, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednes days. At 804 Pittsburgh Building, St. Paul, on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTION S FILLE and get your medicine at ELfSTRUM & GO.'S DRUG STORE ARE YOU SUFFERING? Then take the Wonderful Scientific, Magnetic Massage Treatments from Dr. 0. 0. FORSSELL given with so great suoeoss for non-contagious diseases. Ruble Ilk. Tel. 919 Willmar, Minn. New London Times. Dr. and Mrs. Anderson and Miss Julia Ogren of Willmar were guests at the A. N. Mickelson home here last Sunday. The Misses Ingeborg Hedeen, Flor ence Monson, Jonette Shipstead and Cecelia Hoitoe left on Tuesday for St. Cloud to enter the State Normal school. The Elmer Thorne family moved their household goods yesterday to the beautiful farm home of Chas. Thorne, southeast of this village, where they expect to make their home for some years. Eight automobiles loaded with business men from Brooten were in our village on Monday to inspect the new municipal building and electric light plant. It is quite likely that Brooten will have a similar plant within a few months. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Highstrom and Wm. Highstrom arrived here Tues day from Centerville, Miss., where they have been operating a truck farm for a couple of years. They will quite likely make this state their home in the future. Raymond News. The lightning struck and killed a cow at J. P. Jydstrup's last Wednes day afternoon. Ben Wubbles returned from Jamestown, N. D., Monday, where he inspected his farm. H. Sikkink has sold his farm near Jamestown, N. D, to a gentleman by the name of Thompson. Miss Esther Walberg returned to Willmar last Friday, after a few days' visit at the J. L. Johnson home. Mrs. H. Aden arrived Saturday from La Eairie, 111, for an extended visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. C. Nelson and children, the Misses Regana LaMore, Alice Jyd strup and sister and Wm. Jydstrup autoed to Willmar Tuesday. The town board of town of St. Johns have put up notices to the ef fect of prohibiting any hunting with dogs in the said town They have done this to prevent the scattering of hog cholera. AUCTION SALE As I am going to leave the county, I will sell at public auction on the O B, Glarum farm in the City of Willmar on Thursday, Sept. 35, 1913, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the fol lowing described property. One bay mare, 6 years old, weight 1,100 one gray horse, 6 years old, weight 1,250 one bay mare, 9 years old, weight 1,350 one bay mare, 11 years old, 'freight 1,425, one bay horse, 11 years old, weight 1.150 four fresh milch cows ten head young cattle ten spring pigs 120 chickens one McCor mick binder, 8 ft. cut, with truck one disc gang plow one 16-inch walking plow, one disc, 12x18, with truck one lumber wagon, new, complete with dou ble box and seat one horse power gaso line engine one pump jack one milk delivery wagon 25 acres of corn in the shock 15 ton timothy hay five ton wild hay some oak lumber and other arti cles too numerous to mention. Tree bunch at Woon. Terms: All sums of $10 or under, cash above that amount time will be given until Nov. 1, 1914, on approved notes bearing 7 per cent interest. No property to be removed until set tied for. AUCtUST BEHSOV, Owner. W. N. Davis, Auctioneer. N. S. Swenson, Clerk. 2t Amateur Photographers, let us do your developing and printing. We develop films same day. Elkjer & StOll.—Adv. Woolen for the Winter Everything we sell this fall was made during the past summer. Our salesman for Kandiyohi county is Mr. A. G. Danielson, 837 Olof avenue, Willmar. He will be pleased to show you our line and take your orders. Don't forget that the Fergus Falls Woolen Mills Co. is the only con cern of this kind in the Northwest selling directly to con sumers. LOO FO OU BOOTH at the COUNT FAIR WEST WHITEFIELD. West Whitefield, Sept. 7th—0. Swanson has returned from his trip to Carpenter, S. D., and reports that crops up there are looking very poor this year. Miss Mamie Wesle who visited her sister Mrs. VanHouen near City has returned home. The Ernest Olson farm is now sold and we are sorry to part with such a good neighbor, but what is our loss is Willmar's gain. Miss Ferne McNees has accepted a position as stenographer and bookkeeper at the Singer Sewing Machine office. Arthur Carlson has accepted a position with the Tribune. Henry Romess of Belgrade, came to Willmar Monday for a visit at the 0. Norling home. Miss Lottie Pelton has resumed her duties as nurse at the Willmar hospital. Misses Ida and Amy Klint of Kandiyohi, visited Monday a Tuesday with relatives in Willmar. Mrs. Geo. Hodgson and little If you need anything in woolen goods for the winter don't forget to look over our samples. We sell direct from mill to consumers. We have no carried over stock. sClara Chas. Reed had the misfortune of losing one of his horses last week. The P. L. S. will meet at Harold son's. Rev. Gade of Willmar conducted services in Sunnyside school house last Sunday evening and four new members joined the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eddy C. Bengtson, Mabel Bengtson and Net tie Haroldson were among those from here who took in the state fair. GE MATERIAL! W FnrFallRmuiro For Fall RepairsI —A 25c Can of— Common Sense Rat Exterminator may sometime save a $100 00 worth of goods. Get a can now before the rats take charge of your house. You will need Lumber, Cement, Shingles, Lime, Fence Posts, or material to make them. That's where we come in. We can furnish you. Come in and take a look. Satisfy yourself re garding suitability of the material you need before you order them or pay for them. Corn cribs. Look! Read! Listen! We have something for you—something useful—and it is FREE. Elfstrum & Co. daughter, Evelyn, left Monday for Beardsley, after a visit with her sister, Mrs. H. P. Larson. Mrs. M. Botnen has returned from her month's visit with relatives and friends at Minot, Heimdahl and Charlson, N. Dak. Mrs. Sidney Stone and little son, Walter, expect to leave the latter part of this week for a month's visit with relatives in St. Paul. The following are the young ladies who left early Monday morning for St. Cloud to attend the Normal: Misses Bernice and Mildred Sever inson, Myrtle Miller, Myrtle Cramer, Lillie Boom, Nellie Kleve and Anna Berg. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Noth and two children and Miss Ida Sjoblom of Minneapolis autoed to Willmar to spend Sunday with friends and rela tives. Mrs. Gust Knutson accompanied her little daughter, Pearl to Fari bault, on Monday, where she attends school. Standard Lumber Co. Hometown Dealers Cut in Prices on Watches Set Rings For this week ELMQUISrS JEWERLY STORE BENSON AYE.