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at
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Prices $1, $1.50, $2
DELPARK WASH TIES
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Looks neat and feels comfortable.
Prices 25 and 50 cents.
Wiggins Plumbing
Cool! Plumbing
Wiggins Sharpens Uwn Mowers.
A County-wide Spelling Contest.
Swift county has just closed a gen
eral spelling contest in its schools.
Ten cents admission was charged at
the different events and the proceeds
were used as prizes for the winners
in the different grades. The two coun
ty winners will represent the county
at the-State Fair contest.
LOCAL BREVITIES
—Victor T. Peterson of Atwater
was in the city Monday.
—John Foshager of Pennock was
a visitor here last Friday.
—Ole Hansen left Thursday for a
few days' visit in Benson.
—Sam Olson returned Saturday
from a business trip to Buffalo.
—Mr. and Mrs. C. Brooten spent
Sunday with friends in Pennock.
—John Bergeson of New London
visited here a few days last week.
'—Miss Alice McLaughlin left Mon
day for Herman for a few days' visit.
—Miss Ella Jacobson of Kandiyohi
visited here the last part of the weeic.
—Miss Mable Nelson spent Sunday
at her home in the town of White
field. I
—Mr. and Mrs. Markus Olson visit
ed over Sunday with friends in Pen
nock.
—Mr. and Mrs. Simon Rodberg vis
ited friends in Benson a few days last
week.
—Mrs. Horton Sperry left Friday
for Starbuck for a week's visit with
her aunt.
—Miss Loretta Barrett left Thurs
day for DeGraff where she will visit
a few days.
—Miss Clara Johnson of Hutchin
son visited last week with Mrs. Siv
ert Nelson.
—Herbert Wadell returned la*t
Wednesday from a business trip to
Litchfield.
—Miss Olga Haroldson left Thurs
day for Atwater where she will visit
a few days.
—Miss Olga Elkjer of Pennock vis
ited here with Miss Lunden a few
days last week.
—Miss Alice McLaughlin arrived
Friday from New London for a visit
with friends here.
—Misses Freda and Frances Hed
spent a few days last week visiting
their sister in St. Paul.
—Miss Florence Bergstrom return
ed to her home at Pennock Thursday
after visiting' here a few days.
—Harmon Craswell of Sioux City,
Iowa, arrived Friday to visit with
friends and relatives for a few days.
—Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Anderson
drove down from New London Mon
day to see their sister, Mrs. O. P.
Rice.
—Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bergquist re
turned Sunday evening from Minne
apolis where they have visited for a
week.
—Mrs. James Doyle of Darwin vis
ited here the last part of the week
with her daughter, Mrs. Andrew
Patchell.
Mrs. McMurry arrived Thursday
•from Duluth to be the guest of Mrs
Geo. Sanderson and Mrs. J. Sweeny
a few days.
—Misses Ruby Teigen of Monte
video and Emma Carlson left Monday
for St. Cloud where they will attend
summer school.
—Alva Hunt, candidate for Supreme
Court, was in Willmar Monday en
route from Montevideo, where he had
attended court.
—The Misses Alice Sjoquist of
Dassel and Grace Dougherty of this
city visited friends in New London the
last part of the week.
—Otto Lindquist went to Roches
ter last Monday to see his brother-at
law, Nels Hallquist, who is in serious
condition following an operation.
—L. E. Covell of Atwater was in
the city Monday enroute for his home
at Atwater to. cast his vote for Lee
L. E is hustling in the land business
at present.
—Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Pederson of
Eagle Lake were in the city Monday
to meet Miss Helga Peterson of Far
go, who will visit with them. Miss
Peterson teaches in the Willmar
schools next year.
—The Ladies' Auxiliary of the En
gineers gave a social for their fam
ilies at the Oddfellows hall last Wed
nesday evening. Cards furnished the
amusements for the evening and a
delicious luncheon was served at a
late hour.
IT HAPPENEDJN WILLMAR
And Is Happening to Willmar People
Every Week.
The case told below is not an un
common thing. The same occurs fre
quently and will continue to happen
as long as folks have kidneys and
overtax the kidneys.
Mrs. Peter Olson, 126 Benson Ave.
E, Willmar, Minn., says: "One in our
home had such a bad back that ha
just would give out at times. The weak
ness and pain across his back made
it hard for him to do anything and if
he took cold, the trouble was always
worse. Kidney weakness also caused
him lots of annoyance. Failing to find
help, he was certainly glad when ne
began using Doan's Kidney Pills to
find they were the remedy he needed
and it wasn't long before his back was
strong and his kidneys normal."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Olson recommends. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
(Paid advertisement.)
Ice Cream Social.
The young people of the Eagle Lake
church will give an ice cream social
at Rev. E. O. Larson's place, the Free
church parsonage, next Thursday eve
ning, June 18. A program will be giv
en, and all are invited.
Sam G. Peterson has sold the Gran
ite Falls Journal to H. J. Behermeyer,
a teacher who served Redwood county
as Superintendent of Schools for six
years.
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MEN E. LAWS0N
Spicer-on-Green Lake, June 15—
Victor Danielson returned to St. Paul
Saturday after a week's visit at his
home.
E. L. Quam and ftfmily were New
London visitors Friday.
Miss Emma Rykken spent Sunday
with her folks at Willmar.
Mrs. A. G. Mardin left for Harris
Wednesday, to be with her mother,
who is ill.
A. E. Jackson returned Thursday
from a couple of days visit at Tepee
tonka Hotel.
Edw. Lorentzen of Irving was a
guest of Ole Johnson the latter part
of the week.
Miss Anna Hamness is at present
staying at the home of her brother,
Gust Hamness.
Miss Bertha Gustrud of Willmar
was a guest of Mrs. Sophia Gustrud
a few days last week.
Swen Lundquist left last week for
Farwell, Douglas county, for a week's
visit with his folks.
A Children's Day program was giv
en in the Presbyterian church last
Sunday evening.
Mrs. Mary Downs of Willmar was*
a guest at the home of her son, P.
Downs last Tuesday.
Mrs. L. I. Aldrich returned the lat
ter part of the week from a short
visit in Mason City, Iowa.
P. W. Frederickson departed for
Clarkfield the first of the week, where
he will spend the summer.
Miss Clara Allen of Willmar spent
a few days the latter part of the week
dressmaking at Edenwood farm.
Mrs. P. M. Peterson and little son
returned to Willmar Thursday, after
a visit at the Wm. Olson home.
Mrs. Mary Parker arrived last
week from Eyota and is visiting at
the home of her son, John Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Selvig of Minne
apolis arrived here Saturday and are
guests at the G. J. Bratberg home.
Rev. K. C. Holter of Minneapolis
spoke in the Green Lake church and
Zion church at Spicer last Sunday.
The Burs family from St Louis,
Mo., arrived last week and are now
residing at their summer home on
Cottonwood Beach.
Mrs. J. A. Healy returned Friday
from a week's visit at Grove City.
She was accompanied home by her
mother, Mrs. Lovander.
The Boy Scouts from Willmar, ac
companied by Rev. E. R. Todd, who
have been spending the week camp
ing on the north shore of Green Lake
near Tepeetonka Hotel, returned to
their homes Friday evening.
ARCTANDER.
Arctander, June 15—Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Myhre and Mr. and Mrs. Ole
Myhre visited with relatives and
friends near New London from Sat
urday until Sunday.
Mr. Alfred Ellingson is the owner
of a new Detroiter touring car which
he recently purchased from Ben Hal*
vorson.
A dwelling house and granary is
being erected at the home of Sam
Henjum this summer. Martin Walby
is doing the work. ,,
We understand that the wedding
bells will soon be ringing in Arctan
der. O
Ttterboe Bros, have recently inves
ted in a two horse power gasoline
engine.
Do not forget to remember-^the
next meeting of the Green Valley
Farmer's Club to be iield Saturday
evening, June 20, in the schoolhouse
of Diet No. 54,
by
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IRWIN ROBERTS.
Enlisted in the Union Army February, 1863 was member of Co.
H. Fourth Illinois Cavalry, which regiment later! was merged with
the 12th III. Cavalry in which he became member of Co. served
on scout duty at Natchez, Miss. took part in Gen. Grierson's second
raid thru Mississippi, and, under reconstruction days, served under
Gen. Custer in Texas. He was but 15 when he enlisted. His father
and his father's four brothers were Union soldiers. He was born June
30, 1847.
SPICER-ON-GREEN-LAKEDEPARTMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Erickson went
to Mamre Saturday for an over Sun
day visit with relatives.
R. Norbie is having a porch built to
his farm residence.
Miss Christine Tvett of Granite
Falls is visiting at the J. Kloster
home.
L. Lungstrom is enjoying a visit
from his daughter, Mrs. J. Bergeson
and son of Vancouver, B. C, who ar
rived the first of the week.
John Larson and family returned to
Willmar Saturday, after attending the
Flanders-Berglund wedding and also
visiting relatives for a few days.
Misses Selma Isaackson, Edna and
Amelia Law, returned to their home
at Cottonwood last week, after a few
days' visit at the Isaackson home.
Little Miss Janet Benton, who has
been visiting with her aunt, Mrs.
Peter Henderson for a couple of
months, returned last week to her
home at Minneapolis.
The Ladies' Aid of the Zion church
will give an ice cream social Satur
day, June 20, in the afternoon and
evening. Everybody cordially in
vited.
Mrs. Geo. Wilson, who has been vis
iting for about a month with her
daughter, Mrs. Herman Walby at
Timber Lake, S. Dak., arrived home
Saturday.
Mrs. V. J. Anderson was at Will
mar from Wednesday until Friday.
Mrs. Ed. Carlin and daughter, Gladys
accompanied her home, returning in
the evening.
Drs. Oppegaard and Hanson of New
London have opened an office over H.
Van Vorst's store. Their office hours
will be from 9 a. m. to 12 daily, ex
cept Sundays.
Miss Ruth Parsons arrived last
week from Frazee, where she has
been teaching school the past year.
She will spend the summer with her
mother near Diamond Lake.
"Mr. and Mrs. D. Ditmarson departed
for Fargo last week, to attend the
wedding of their son, Harold to Miss
Elsie Mathilda Sateren, which took
place at Fargo, Wednesday, June 10.
Miss Alma Swenson, a bride of this
month, was tendered a parcel show
er at the Lake View Hotel last Tues
day evening, by the Young Ladies'
Sewing Society of the Sw. Lutheran
church.
Mrs. Chas. Hendrickson and daugh
ter Mabel, returned Monday from Min
neapolis, where they attended the
graduating exercises at the Univer
sity. Miss Clara Hendrickson was one
of the graduates.
Miss Clara Kloster returned home
Thursday from a week's visit with
friends at Willmar. She was accom
panied by Miss Florence Sanderson,
who was her guest until Saturday
Miss Mabel Thorvig accompanied her
home for a few days' visit.
Next Tuesday is the primary elec
tion day. We hope that every quali
fied voter will attend and make use
of his vote to best advantage of the
people of our country.
Mrs. Soland and children from near
Bismarck, N. Dak., arrived last week
for a month's visit with Mrs. Soland's
parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Ramstad
HOWTO GET.STRENGTH
after any sickness is purely a matter of
nourishment, whether the attack was
an ordinary cold or severe illness the
weakened forces cannot repulse disease
germs, and this is why a relapse is so
often fatal or whychronicweakness often
follows sickness.
Restoring strengthtomillionsof people
for forty years has proven the real need
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few uervesaiid lung* toavm tuberculosis.
RINGO LAKE
Ringo Lake, June 16—Miss Annie
Danielson who is employed at Will
mar, is at present visiting at her par
ental home here.
Mr. A. G. Fager is at present em
ployed at the P. J. Ekblad home, pa
per hanging.
Messrs, Andrew and Victor Dan
ielson of St. Paul, August Danielson
and children, Harold and Marion and
Sigwald Olson of Willmar, have been
visiting the past week at the Daniel
son home here.
Miss Esther Monson has been as
sisting at the David Swenson home
with the house work the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahlberg of
Willmar visited from Sunday until
Tuesday at the former's parental
home here.
Miss Alice Swenson visited from
Monday until Tuesday with her friend
Mabel Skoglund.
Miss Alice Anderson of Spicer vis
ited from Sunday until Monday of last
week with Stella Anderson here.
Mrs. Lewis Norgren of Willmar
spent last Saturday at the Mrs. Swen
son home here. Mr. Norgren made a
short call there also.
The Danielson young people spent
last Friday evening at the P. J. Ek
blad home.
A few from here were in attendance
of the Yankee Robinson circus held
at Willmar last Wednesday.
Mr. Henry Monson assisted Nels
Monson with some work last Satur
day.
Mr. A. Nord from Red Wing is at
present visiting at the John Peterson
home.
Mr. and Mrs. August Moller from
Twin Lakes were entertained last
Sunday at the N. Swenson home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson and
children and Mrs. Aaron Carlson
were last Sunday guests at the Aug
Jordin home near New London.
Mr. Osian Johnson and sisters,
Misses Anna and Justine Johnson
from La Bolt, S. Dak., are at present
visiting with friends in this vicinity.
A number of young people spent
Sunday evening at Lake Florida.
Before the Tribune has reached its
readers the wedding bells will have
rung in our midst.
SVEA
Svea, June 15—No services next
Sunday.
Mrs. Andrew Peterson entertains
the Ladies' Aid Society Tuesday, Mrs
Clarence Lindblad Wednesday.
Young People's Society will have
their regular meeting, Friday eve
ning.
Misses Clara Anderson of Kandi
yohi and Thilda Johnson of Chisago
City, former teachers here, are visit
ing at the E. R. Swenson home and
with other friends.
Several young people from this vic
inity attended the circus at Willmar
Wednesday.
Mr. Clarence Anderson of Minne
apolis is staying at A. P. Johnson's
Harriet and Irving Norman visited
with relatives at Willmar a few days
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Westerberg
entertained relatives and friends Sun
day.
Miss Sigrid Skoog is at Dakota at
tending to her deceased brother's
business interests there.
Mr. Faber spent a couple of days of
last week in Ogelvie.
The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. S
M. Swenson was christened last week
and was given the name Orville Al
ton Bennett.
Mrs. Henry Bjelkengren visited at
Fred Lindquist's Friday.
Mesdames Lars Moline and Will
iam Holmberg of Willmar returned
to their homes last Wednesday after
a visit with relatives and friends in
this vicinity.
People are busy with road work
now days.
John Aspaas is enjoying his vaca
tion from his duties as mail carrier on
Svea, Route 1.
Ruth, Elmer, Egnar, Anna and Ella
Swenson spent last week at Green
Lake.
Miss Mayme Westerberg and Mrs.
Harold Nelson entertained at a parcel
shower Tuesday evening in honor of
Miss Emma Cederstrom of Kandiyohi.
The rooms were beautifully decorat
ed in red hearts and cupids. A luncu
eon was served to about fifteen
guests.
GRUE.
Grue, June 15—Student O. Johnson
closes a six weeks* term of parochial
school in Dist. 60 next Friday, June
19th. The children will give a pro
gram at the schoolhouse Sunday af
ternoon. Everybody welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and family
of Lonsdale, Minn., visited at O. Fos
sum's a few days last week.
Miss Marie Thorstenson and Miss
Inga Newman of Mobridge, S. D, ar
rived Sunday for a visit at the form
er's parental home.
Miss Minnie Erickson left last
Tuesday for St. Paul for an indefinite
stay.
Mrs. Mattson left for her home at
Hoffman, after a couple weeks' visit
at the O. Fossum home.
Motorcycle Agent Wanted.
In your Township we need a young
man to show our POPE MOTOR
CYCLES and keep us in touch with
local conditions. GOOD PAY and the
work will not interfere with your
other employment. If you live in the
country we would particularly like to
get in touch with you and it will be
to your advantage to write us at once
as we have room for only one in your
township.
THE WIGGINS CO., Distributors,
Willmar, Minn.
BELGRADE TRIBUNE.
The Warner Band wilt give a pic
nic June 14th at Knut Olson's Grove.
The new bell for the Zion Lutheran
church arrived last week. The bell
cost about $300.
Mrs. O. C. Larson living about six
miles southeast of Belgrade is build
ing a new house on her farm.
Ole R. Olson of Sunburg will leave
today for Sedan where he will do
some carpenter work on the big farm
of Jens Pederson.
Buttermaker R. J. Anderson this
week purchased the residence of Au
gust Hultberg on main street The
price was $1200.
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Pennock, June 15—Mr. and Mrs.
Markus Olson of Willmar visited
here over Sunday.
Kelly Peterson of Willmar visited
here Sunday.
Werner Berglund made a business
trip to Willmar Tuesday.
Miss Netta McKilvey spent Sunday
at her home south Of town.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Brooten of Will
mar visited here over Sunday.
Mrs. Brown and baby arrived Mon
day from Hazel Run to visit with her
sister, Mrs. Ray Leslie.
Miss Alma Lindgren returned yes
terday from Willmar where she has
spent some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Leslie spent Sat
urday and Sunday visiting friends and
relatives in Hazel Run.
TRIPOLIS
Tripolis, June 15—There will be
services and Sunday school at the
usual time next Sunday.
The East District of the Ladies'
Aid will be entertained at the C. A.
Harrison home, Wednesday after
noon.
Miss Hilma Johnson is up from
Minneapolis for a brief visit at her
parental home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf Monson of
Milaca are visiting with Mr. Mon
son's parents, Mr. and Mjrs. John
Monson.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Monson came
up from Minneapolis last Saturday to
be present at the family re-union held
at the John Monson home Sunday and
also for a visit with other relatives
and friends.
Miss Hannah Redig is home from
Brainerd to spend her vacation at her
parental home.
Miss Emma Monson leaves this
week for St. Cloud to attend the sum
mer school conducted there.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and two chil
dren from Palermo, N. D., came down
Friday morning for a visit at the Rev.
Walters home. Mrs. Johnson is a
sister of Rev. Walters.
The Y. P. S. will have their picnic
next Friday, June 19th. All are wel
come to come and enjoy*the day.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Lundquist was baptized last Sunday
and received the name Edward Ken
neth.
Carl Englund of Oregon, 111., en
route from South Dakota stopped off
here for a few days' visit at the C.
A. Larson home.
Miss Melvina Croonquist is home
from Minneapolis for a brief stay at
her parental home.
Miss Amy Redig underwent an op
eration for appendicitis last Friday at
the Bethesda hospital at Willmar.
C. A. Larson's, F. E. Croonquist's
and C. Williams' autoed to Litchfield
Saturday, returning home on Sunday.
They were called there by the serious
illness of Mr. Strom.
Ice Cream Social.
An ice cream social will be given
Thursday evening, June 18th at John
Anderson's, two and one-half miles
south of Svea. The Svea Harmony
band will furnish some music for the
evening. Everybody welcome.
You can have penny pictures taken
on Sunday as well as any other day.
10 pictures only 10c. In building for
merly occupied by Tjosvold Music
Co., one door north of Hultberg's
Confectionery. Only a few days
more.
AUCTION SALE
Having accepted a call to the Sw.
Mission church of Oakland, Nebr., I
will offer at public auction, at the
Salem parsonage in Town of Mamre,
the following:
One bay horse, 3 years old, wt 1000
pounds one bay mare, 12 years old,
wt about 1000 pounds, these horses
make a well matched team for road
work and light farm work one milch
cow, coming fresh about July 1 one
milch cow, coming fresh about Sep
tember 1 two buggies, two pairs of
harnesses, one single harness, one
pair of bobsleds, one DeLaval cream
separator, used four years, suitable
for place with one to three cows one
small heating stove, various pieces of
furniture, tools, etc.
.This auction will be held Monday,
June 22nd, 1914, and besins at 2 o'
clock p. BW- ^jgsr^ -¥Vy^%
O. O. Haugh, Clerk.
Theo. O. Frederickson, Auctioneer..
PENNOCK-:-VILLAGE-:-DEPARTMENT
N. O. Nelson was here on business
Monday.
Walter Strand or Minneapolis ar
rived Monday to spend the summer
at the P. C. Greenfield home.
Mrs Emil Ostlund and daughter,
Eleanor of Willmar visited here with
Mrs. J. A. Jacobson over Sunday.
Mrs. Oscar Tranzen and son Roy
of Minneapolis arrived Monday and
are visiting at the John Berglund
home north of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hanson arrived
Saturday from Des Moines, Iowa, and
are visiting with Mr. Hansen's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen.
Joseph Magnuson arrived last week
from Browernlle where he has taught
school the past year and left again
Monday for Minneapolis where he
will attend summer school.
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tains full directions for babies, chil
dren of all ages and for grown-ups,
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