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torn S*r ff6"* WILLMAR '•A •••','.) .-in i*N i, Wit HI WilsonBros. Shirts and Neckwear Shirts that are made right, fit right and look right $1.00 and$1.50 Latest styles and fabrics touches for young men The merchant who excels in service as well as in values must study style tendencies. e*vv..-" a a a iv N a a ,3%* We are proud of our Spring selection—it has length as to variety of cloth effects and breadth as to range of models. Ask to see STYLEPLUS CLOTHES $17 Bigassortment ofthe latest fabrics. Soft materials brightened by silk stripes and silk checks in great abundance. Big choice of styles. We fit My/ any man's shape and please W/ his taste in this far-reaching ^v lineand at the nominal price, $17. Big values because a famous maker has made STYLEPLUS the one ideal of his plant. Young men, we have lively styles designed especially for you. Styleplus Clothes Gordon Hats and Caps We call attention to the new blocks for spring. Let your next hat be a Gordon PRICE $3.00 Caps for Spring wear 50c to $1.00 8naPe» PETERSO N & WELLI N *&** RACE MASK The same''price-the world over The New "Tango" Shirts Soft pleated bosom for full dress $2.00 **& colorings, 25 and 50c ««#^5»SH*SJS __WJjXMMjrmBU!LE._WED«EDAY, MARC 18. I»I4 MINNESOTA SPICER-ON-GREEN-LAKEDEPARTMENT Spicer-on-Green Lake, March 17.— Mrs. Victor Anderson and children re turned Thursday morning from a visit with relatives at Willmar and Grue. A. J. Thorvig went to the cities Tuesday with a carload of stock. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ekblad visited relatives near Ringo Lake Sunday. Frank Harris shipped two carloads of sheep to South St. Paul Tuesday. Mrs. Peter Henderson was a Will mar visitor the latter part of the week. Mrs. Andrew Olson spent a few days at the Earl Pitcher home last week. A China mission meeting is being held in the Green Lake church this week. Miss Laura Thorvig is at present assisting Mrs. Earl Pitcher with the housework. Messrs. Chas Nordgren and Chas Olson returned Thursday morning from the cities. D. Nordeen left for Willmar Sat urday evening and is serving" on the jury this week. A. P. Raun arrived from Minneap olis Saturday and intends to spend some time here. Mrs. Jno. Ahlstrom returned Tues day morning from a visit with rela tives at Willmar. John Hultgren arrived from Mur dock Tuesday morning and is a guest of relatives here. Miss Martha Hanson returned Tues day from Willmar, where she has been visiting relatives. M. J. Kloster and John Bergman made a business trip to Willmar the first of the week. Victor Danielson left Saturday for Minneapolis, where he will be employ ed for some time. Mrs Oscar Hoagberg returned to Willmar^Saturday after a visit at the Sullivan home. Services will be conducted in the Sw Saron church next Sunday after noon at 3 o'clock. Mr and Mrs. M. J. Kloster and daughter, Ruby spent Sunday at the Jacob Kloster home. Miss Florence Vettling left for At water last week, where she will visit relatives for some time. Miss Minnie Gustafson came over from Willmar Saturday and spent the day with her parents here. Mrs. Susan Peterson is enjoying a visit from her daughter, Mrs. Anna Boedecker of Minneapolis. Rev. T. M. Findley of Glenwood will conduct services in the Presbyterian church next Sunday, March 22. Mrs. P. M. Peterson and son of Willmar were guests from Friday un til Saturday at the Wm. Olson home. —Charlie Welsh of DeGraff spent Saturday in this city. —Albert Nordstrom made a business trip to St. Johns Monday morning. —Miss Margaret Tallakson re turned Sunday from a two weeks' vis it in Minneapolis. —Miss Marie Botnen, who teaches at Pennock spent Sunday at her home in this city. —Miss Florence Magnuson, who teaches at St. Johns, spent Sunday at her home in this city. Professional Cards WILLMA BETBESDA HOSPITAL Corner Third St, and Litchfield Ave 'Phone 282 Conducted By Mrs. Caroline Ostlund. STATF: S T. S Froitt Dr. 3. C. Jaoobs Dr. Christian Johnson. Dr. F. B. COLEMAN Specialist. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted, 'Phone 41 Office over Palace Grocery WILLMAR, MINNESOTA Doctor CW. RICHES MEDICAL AND OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Specialist in Old, Stubborn Ailments. Such ailments as Appendicitis, Goi tre, Enlarged Tonsils, Curable Exter nal Cancerous Growths and many complaints of women are treated without the knife. Consultation and correspondence free Pleasant Home for such as desire 2832 2nd Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. DR. C. E. ANDERSON E N I S Bank of Willmar Building Willmar, Minn. Dr. E. WANNER VETERINARIAN Office at Downs & Sanderson Feed Barn Day 'phone No 46 night 'phone 13 Willmar. Minn PARCEL DELIVERY Trunks, parcels, packages, letters, etc., called for and delivered to any part of the city. Prompt service. Charges moderate. Office Great Northern Express. Telephone 92. DOWNS & SANDERSON LIVERY Phone 48—On* block south of depot R. W. STANFORD LAWYER Real Estate, Insurance and Collections. Office In Postofflce Building. WILLMAR. MINNESOTA LEWIS MORGREN PIANO TUNER WILLMAR, MINN. Residence Telephone-Gall IS, Llns 10 leave Orders at the Mask Store Fritz Danielson was a Willmar vis itor from Monday until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Anderson' and son, from Kandiyohi, were guests at the Victor Anderson home last Sun day. Miss Marie Kloster returned home Friday from the R. Norbie place, where she has been spending some time. Mrs. Mary Downs returned to Will mar Saturday evening after a visit at the home of her son, P. Downs ana family. Lars Lungstrom departed Saturday evening for Spokane, Wash., where he will spend several months with his daughter. Emil Klatt, who is engaged at the Elmhurst fruit farm, enjoyed a visit last week from his son, Emil Klatt, Jr, of Buffalo. Miss Delia Arneson returned from Willmar the latter part of the week, after attending the Free church mis sion meeting. Miss Mary Johnson went to Will mar the latter part of the week for a visit with relatives. She returned here Monday morning. Mrs. Johannah Nelson leaves Wed nesday for Brooten and Hoffman, where she will visit for about a month at the homes of her sons and daugh ters. Remember the Ladies' Aid meeting in the Sw. church basement next Fri day, Mar. 20, in the afternoon and evening. Mrs. A. Samuelson enter tains. A very large crowd attended the Ladies' Aid in the Zion church an nex election day, the sum realized from the sale of lunches amounting to $26. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johnson from Butterfield arrived here last week and will make their home in Spicer. They have purchased the John Carlson resi dence. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Quam of New London arrived here Thursday from Minneapolis and are guests at the home of their son, E. L. Quam and family. P. Carlson and family moved last week from their farm near Nest Lake which they sold last fall, to the An drew Gustrud farm, which they have rented. Marcus Olson, formerly of this place, but now of Spring Brook, Wis., stopped off here Monday on his way to Thief River Falls to see his mother who is very ill. Miss Tillie Aarstad and Mr. N. O Aarstad from near Hanley Falls, are attending the mission meeting at the Green Lake church and are guests at the J. O. Kloster place. Corrected Mar. 18, 1914 Prices on creamery Dutter,Oour, bran, snorts a id applet are dealers' Millar prloea, all other a -e prices paid to producers. Wheat, No. 1 Northern 88c Wheat, No. 9 83c Wheat, No. 8 80c Wheat, No. 4 76c Wheat, rejected 73c Wheat, No 1 Durum 83c Wheat, No. 3 Durum 81* Wheat, No. 8 Durum 78 Wheat, No. 4, Durum 75 Oats. 2«cto 3 it Barley 87c to 45c Rye 47c to flOf Flax $1.34 to $1.46 Bar corn 48c Flour, fancy $2 80 Flour, straight $2.7C Bran $36 00 •horts $26 00 Potatoes fioc Beans $2.00 per bt id Cabbage 5c per lb Onions 3 l-2c BCCS 16c Butter, separator 25c Butter, dairy 23c Butter, creamery 26c Lambs $6.00 Sheep $4.00 to $8.00 Chickens 9 to 10c Spring chickens li to 11 Beef cattle $8.00 to $6.00 Steers $6.00 to $7.60 Veal calTss $8.80 to $8.00 Hides 8c Vocs. lire $7.88 to $8 00 Card of Thanks. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all our relatives and friends for the kind sympathy shown us dur ing the brief illness of our wife and mother, and also for the beautiful flowers so generously contributed. Frank Hanson, Alma Hanson, Rhoda Hanson, Ina Hanson, Mrs. E. T. Kleve, Mrs. C. J. Soderholm, Mrs. H. W. Nordin. GREAT REDUCTION. On fine China at Elmquist's Jewelry Store, Benson avenue. —Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Berg and two children of Renville, Minn., visited at The O. A. Norman home for a few days. They left Monday for Minne apolis. —Mr. and Mrs. Algot Berg of Olivia spent Sunday at the home of A. O. Norman of this city. —P. C. Peterson returned last Thursday from a business trip to Minneapolis. —Mrs. M. H. Ryan of DeGraff visi ted relatives here the latter part of last week. Classified Wants 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 25c. HELP WANTED. WANTED—Dining room girls and cook. Savoy Cafe, Willmar. 287 FOR RENT—Five room flat, on 3rd street. Inquire at this office., 314 WANTED—Girl for general house work. Apply at 329 Bernard St. 312 WANTED—A competent girl for general housework. Apply at this of fice. 309 WANTED—Competent girl for housework. Inquire at 608 Third street. 375 •v^&^rr'v- Js"f ROYAL Bakin Powder Saves Health and WANTED—Farm hands. $360 per year, with board, room and laundry. State Hospital, Willmar, Minn. 308 HOUSES AND ROOMS. FOR RENT—Furnished room, quire at 333 2nd St. FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—Bronze turkeys, toms and hens. P. J. Haley. 296 FOR SALE—One share in Willmar Co-operative store. Mrs. R. A. Thomp spn. 305 FOR SALE—Automobile runabout almost good as new for only $200. in quire Tribune. 206 ~FOR SALE—Two-seated surrey with canopy top. Sold cheap if tak en at once. Erick Ohsberg. 263 FOR SALE—One 1912 Touring and one 1912 Runabout Ford cars. Paul M. Peterson, Willmar, Minn. 297 FOR SALE—Furniture of three room flat. For sale at a bargain. For particulars see J. C. Strand or T. O. Gilbert. 298 FOR SALE—Wise. No. 55 six row clean seed barley at fifty-five cents per bushel. Oscar Mankell, Norway Lake, Minn. 280 FOR SALE—Two good varieties of seed corn. See samples at Ruddy Bros. & Smith, 435 Pacific Ave., W., Willmar. V. T. Berglund, Pennock, Minn., Rt. 1. 260 FOR SALE—Minnesota No. 13 seed corn, shelled, $2.50 per bushel. Shell ed and graded, three dollars per bush el. On the cob, selected ears, three dollars bushel. John Ahlstrom, Spic er, Minn. 201 FOR SALE—Cheap for cash, one 12 horse Brown gasoline engine, only used enough to limber up the bear ings. The Brown is high grade, and if taken now will sell at bargain. Ap ply at meat shop. Swan Anderson, Willmar. 303 8TOCK FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Good team of driving horses. P. M. Peterson, Willmar, Minn. 216 ~FOR'SALE^Three Scotch~Collie pups and one matron. Inquire of Walter Qvale, c|o State Farm. 277 FOR SALE—Bay horse, nine years old, good safe driver for woman or children, or work horse may be seen at John Scheib's place west of brick yard. Also buggy and harness. J. L. Cale. 109 BIG TYPE PEDIGREE POLAND Chinas. Sold out of boars. Now booking orders for pigs to be sold when three months old. If you want something extra good, order now. Dave E. Rodman, Pennock, Minn. 204 FOR SALE—Five yearling register ed Shorthorn bulls, five heifers (two roan color), two fresh soon, and one cow. P. J. Tborstenson, Rt 5„ Will mar. A MS Saves Money and Make BetterFood In- 270 FOR RENT—Four rooms upstairs. Light, sewer and soft water. Inquire at 710 5th St., City. 310 FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front room in all modern house. Inquire at 115 E. Becker Ave. 302 FOR RENT—Four furnished rooms for light house keeping. All modern except heat. Call at Ferring Flat or 'phone 516 L. 207 REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE—Houses, large and small, some with large lots (acres). Terms, easy. Lewis Johnson. 90 FOR SALE—Eight room house, three lots excellent location. For particulars inquire at 313 Bernard street. 192 PARTIES WISHING TO SELL their farms or city property see Thorpe & Rykken, office Lewis Block. 209 FOR SALE-^I have the selling of a good house and corner lot. Anyone interested see And. O. Sather, Prop., Willmar Tannery. 299 FARMS FOR RENT—120 acres lo cated 7 miles from Willmar 160 acres 4 miles from Willmar. For further particulars inquire of Anderson Land Co., Willmar, Minn. 222 NORTHERN MINNESOTA LANDS —$12.50 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. 550 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 FOR SALE—4-year-old registered Hereford bull. Best of breeding. Will sell cheap if taken soon. C. O. Berg quist, Willmar, Rt. 2. FOR SALE—Eighty head of high grade Percheron mares and horses. No better bunch in state. All stock guaranteed just as represented and to suit buyers. Will sell singly, in team or car lots. Stock very care fully selected. Twenty years exper ience in business. P. J. Haley. 295 FOR SALE—Oak Knoll, pure bred Barred Plymouth Rock egg prices for 1914: $2.00 for twelve"eggs $3.00 for twenty-five eggs $5.00 for fifty eggs. Forty females mated to four prize winners. The proof, sixty prize ribbons in three years one-third of which are firsts, shows that we have the quality. T. J. Lawson, New Lon don, Minn. 281 EGGS FOR HATCHING. EGGS!—Single Comb Buff Orping ton good layers. 75c per fifteen. Andrew Eastlund, Rt. 3, Willmar. 301 "~EGGS~FOR~HATCHING from prize winning Silver Laced Wyandottes. Some good cockerels for sale. Nels Balke, Willmar, Minn. 311 EGGS FOR SALE—A limited num ber Rouen Duck eggs for hatching at 5c each, (no replacement). Plain View Poultry Yards, 313 E. Litchfield Ave., Willmar. Wm. Thompson. 300 EGGS FOR HATCHING —Single Comb Rhode Island Reds. They are the big vigorous heavy laying strain. In our pens are the birds that won the highest prizes at the Willmar show. Why not start with good stock? Eggs $1.50 and $2.00 for fifteen. C. I. McNelly, Willmar. 304 MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED—To the Ideal Bakery. buy fresh eggs-^t a 363 SEED OATS—200 bushels fine seed oats for sale. Swedish variety intro duced by J. J. Hill two years ago. A. H. Sperry. 306 SEED WHEAT—Good quality fan ned seed wheat for sale at $1.25 per bushel. Edenwood Farm Spicer, Min nesota. 307 LUMBER—Buy direct from mill at wholesale prices. Freight prepaid to your station on carload shipments. Send for catalog. A. S. Amundson, Georgeville, Minn. 292 WANTED—To buy a strong gentle mare. Weight about twelve hundred pounds. Good driver. Suitable for light farm work. Geo. A. Thomas, Rte. 5, Willmar, Minn. 293 SWITCHES—Guaranteed and made, three stem switches from hair combings. $1.50 to $2.00. Mail or ders promptly filled. Vera Hed, Svea, Minn. 252 ~EGGS! EGGS! FOR HATCHING. Excellent laying strain. White Wy andottes, Barred Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 setting. Ogren Poultry Ranch, New London, Minn. 288 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 business while I am away from home. A. P. Adams. 562 PAINTERS and property owners in Kandiyohi and adjoining counties are invited to correspond with the un dersigned regarding paints, varnishes, linseed oil, etc. All standard goods. A. E. Anderson, Sales Mgr., Kandi yohi, Minn. 217 DO YOU KEEP CHICKENS? If so, why not reverse things and make them keep You. WE SELL All the proper things to help yon ac complish this end. Oyster Shell, Mica Grit, Bone Meal, Charcoal, Beef Scrap, Granulated Bone, Oil Meal, Globe -Scratch Feed, Globe Egg Mash, Alfalfa Meal, Chick Starter, Chick Feed, Water Fount ains, Leg Bands, Feed Hoppers, Etc 294 W. M. CHASE & CO. MONUMENTS Orders for MARBLE and GRANITE MONUMENTS, markers, grave cribs, cemetery fences, etc., promptly filled. Factory between Second and Third streets, on Benson Avenue. OLSON & GRUE 'Phone 455J or 163L Willmar, Minn, I. OLSON WIN Offlce SOt Litchfield Av. W. 'Phons 11S-1 Residence, til First Street, Thane llS-i v.