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Arthur Sorenson spent Saturday at»Nels Norell.
Litchfield Mr Casey of Darwin spent Sunda with friends here Russel Ackerman of Willmar speut Sunday with friends here Don't forget the County Fair at Willmar, September 16, 17, 18 and 19 Miss Olga Nelson of Spicer spent the weekend at the O W. Kroona home Miss Grace Peterson commenced —Miss Dora Johnson spent the last part of the week visiting friends at Kandiyohi Wiggins Plumbing is Good Plumbing OURFALL PRESENTATION of STYLE-CRAFT MODELS for FALL and WINTER Make This Store Your Headquarters While Attending The County Fair O. A. SANDVEN KANDIYOHI- :-VILLA6E- :-DEPARTMENT THE LADIES* STORE Corner Litchfield Ave. and Fifth Street her term of school in Dist No 35, on ning, Sept. 23rd. A good program Monday Mr and Mrs John Wickre are en joying a visit of relatives from the state of Iowa Mr Michael Downs and sons, Law rence and Harold of Willmar were in our burg Saturday Mrs Dan Downs and son Francis spent the forepart of the week with relatives in the country Mrs Daugherty of Willmar speat the forepart of the week visiting with relatives and friends here Mr and Mrs Charles Jacobson left Friday for Minneapolis for a visit with friends and to attend'the Fair Miss Anna Anderson spent the week visiting with friends at Willmar. She returned home again on Thursday Mr and Mrs Peter Burns and son are spending the week at the cities with relatives and also to attend the Fair Mr and Mrs Robert Johnson of Willmar spent Saturday and Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Miss Florence Anderson left Sat urday noon for Pennock where she will teach the Primary Department of their school the coming year Messrs. Robert Kroona, Edward Backlund, Albert Wickre and JDan Downs and Rudolph Kroona spent the latter part of the week at the State Fair. The Young People's Society will meet at the church on Wednesday eve- will be rendered after which refresh ments will be served. Mrs Ed. Nelson and daughter of Willmar are spending the week at the former's parental home, east of town No services or Sunday school at the Ebenezer church next Sunday, Sept 21st. County Treasurer N. O Nelson of Willmar and Martin Olson of Atwater were in our village Saturday. Both gentlemen are candidates for County Treasurer and were here to see vot ers interested in politics Rev Edgren has resigned from his duties as pastor of the Oak Park E church and will leave in the near future for Michigan City, Wis, where he has accepted a call. His successor will be Rev Holmes Telephone 91 Carbon Block Miss Garda Wickre has returned from her visit at Minneapolis and Cumberland, Wis Miss Westlund who has had charge of the telephone office during Miss Wickre's absence, return ed to her home at Svea, Saturday. RAYMOND NEWS. (Sept. 11) There is being a steel bridge put in over the big ditch just west of Priam It is reported that Mr Swanson, who now lives on the Adams farm has purchased the Petterson farm now occupied by Drager Boettcher Bros had the misfortune of upsetting their separator from a grade into a slough three miles west of Priam last Thursday night, and they did not get it out until Saturday. "Have That Photo Taken Now I am in position to promptly serve your needs with anything in photo graphs, from the smallest to the largest size. The use of only the best of material combined with conscientious work manship, enables me to guarantee my photographs as to quality, finish, and to give satisfaction. It is my aim to please, as—"a satisfied customer is the best advertisement." High-class Portraiture in the latest styles Child-portraiture is my specialty First class View and Commercial work "Cirkut" pictures of gatherings, farm views, street scenes, etc., up to six feet in length. Any one out of town desiring view photos of any kind, please let me know and I will have Mr. M. R. Simons there promptly to take the picture. I want a chance to prove to YOU that I make high-grade, pleasing photo, graphs. Will you grant me the opportunity? You can do so by calling at my Studio. Pay me a visit as soon as convenient, if for no other reason than to get acquainted—I'll be GLAD TO SEE YOU, and to show you samples of the latest styles. Yes, I do developing and finishing for Amateurs—and do it right—give me a trial, you'll stay with me. H. C. LIIMDAHL S E S S O O S I O N S Fine Array of Ladies' Misses' and Children's Coats, Ladies' Tailored Suits, Sweater Coats, Skirts and Furs* IF YOU could spare just a trifle of time, we are sure you'd find a world of pleasure in a review of our new and wonderful assort ment of STYLE-CRAFT models. Tete de negre, Russian Green, Copenhagen, Navy, Prune and Black are the leading Fall and Winter colors. They blend so nicely with the season and lend themselves so well to the style of garment in which we present them, that you will feel amply repaid for your visit. Women's, Misses' and Chil dren's Sweater Coats in heavy and light knit, just the thing for the cool fall season. Get them now from our well selected as sortment and at such moderate prices. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Thissen accom panied by the latter's sister, autoed to Mankato Saturday for a short stay with friends and relatives there. Miss Anna Holtzinger was a Will mar visitor Saturday. Miss Effie Knott was a Willmar vis itor Monday. Miss Tena Condon was in Willmar last Saturday. Mrs. H. Feig and son and Mrs Olie Lien left Saturday for New Lon don. Ernest Person of Willmar and two sons, Elloid and Melvin visited with the John Doesken family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. N. Faber and children of Doom, la., arrived last Friday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs Henry Gort E Clough and family left Saturday for Minneapolis to visit at the home of Mr and Mrs. S. E. Fay. Burglars broke into the C. G. King stedt store Wednesday night by saw ing through the rear doors and stole a quantity of clothing. Only people well acquainted with the premises could have done the crime. The Commercial Club made arrange ments to have exhibits at the County Fair at Willmar, and any person who brought grain or vegetables is asked to relinquish all rights to same, as we intend to take the best entries to said Fair. Understood further, that due record will be kept of donor, and if entries win prizes at Willmar, said prizes will be awarded to If any body wishes to make additional en try at the County Fair in line of rruits and garden truck, arrangements can be made to have same taken to Will mar with the Raymond exhibit. Must Settle Damages. Mr Lewis Eckman, son-in-law of Peter Eklund, received a telephone message from Sheriff Bonde on Tues day morning, Sept 1, stating the driv er of the motorcycle had been caught and that the driver's father would be in the village on that day to settle the case with Mr. Eklund. As yet there have been no signs of him. Mr. Eck man will go to St. Cloud shortly *o see what settlement they intend to make in the matter—New London Times. WILLMAR TRIBUNE, JURORS ARE DRAWN List of the Jurors to 8erve at Fall Torma of District Court Three"" Weeka Hence. The following Jurors were drawn last Saturday at the Clerk of Court office to appear and serve at 2 p. m., on October 5, 1914: GRAND JURORS. Henry Rasmusson, East Lake Lill ian. H. J. Georgeson, Arctander. David Zimmerman, Edwards. A. E. Grorud, Dovre. S. P. Johnson, Willmar. C. S. N. Peterson, Norway Lake. D. F. Senechal, Atwater. Sondre Sonderson, Dovre. A. M. Hedin, Lake Lillian. Charlie Linderholm, Fahlun. John Zuidema, Roseland. Nels Abrahamson, Manure. E. L. Week, Norway Lake. N. Voss, Roseland. August Johnson, Arctander. Elmer Halvorson, Harrison. Andrew Hildahl, Willmar. Johannes Thorvig, Green Lake. O. Bergquist, Kandiyohi. S. E. Peterson, Atwater. P. C. Greenfield, Pennock. John Bengtson, New London. P. W. Anderson, Colfax. PETIT JURORS. Ole Dunham, Norway Lake. C. J. Norsten, Green Lake. E. E. Smith, Willmar. Henry Swenson, Lake Andrew. Otto Lindquist, Whitefleld. M. A. Wheeler, Harrison. Charles Hawkinson, Roseland. C. B. Danielson, Gennessee. William Strootman, Edwards. Amund Larson, Burbank. D. E. Ditmarson, Irving. C. G. Johnson, Kandiyohi. J. T. Isaacson, Kandiyohi. G. C. Haug, Pennock. Paul Johnson, Willmar. F. C. Peterson, Atwater. Charles J. Johnson, Willmar. Robert Thompson, Willmar. Swan Nelson, Whitefleld. Hans H. Hanson, St. Johns. L. Fridlund, Willmar. H. F. Peterson, Lake Elizabeth. Hans P. Jensen, St. Johns. Bennie Johnson, Harrison. Real Estate Transfer*. Town of East Lake Lillian. Sept. 10—State of Minnesota to Spicer Land Co., nl-2 of nwl-4, sec 26, 80 a. Town of Kandiyohi. Sept. 3—Olof Mattson and wife to A. W. Robertson et. al, part of lots 4 and 5 of lot 1, sec. 35, 1 a., $125.00 Town of Willmar. Sept. 1—Swan Anderson and wife to Martin E. Peterson, lot 5 sec. 2, 62.10 a, $6200.00. Town of Green Lake. Aug. 24—Probate Court to John Kelley, nl-2 of sel-4, nel-4 of swl-4, sec. 32 120 a. Town of Dovre. Aug. 31—Probate Court to Gustaf A. Erickson, part of lot 6 of lot 3, lot 14 of lot 3, sec. 30, 4 a. Town of Mamre. Aug. 31—Probate Court to Gustaf A Erickson et al, nwl-4 of nel-4, lot 1, sel-4 of nel-4, nel-4 of sel-4, sec. 22, sel-4 of sel-4, sec 15 nel-4 of swl-4, lots 4 and 5, sec 23, 335 34 a. Town of New London. Sept, 8—Marie H. Anderson wido^ to Emma C. Anderson, lots 1 and 2 "B", Polman's add'n, $950 00. Aug 26—Maggie A. Adams, widow to J. M. Ellis, part of lot 3, sec. 27 5 99 a $736 00 Town of Lake Andrew Aug. 31—Probate Court to Gustaf A Erlandson, sub lot 32 of lots 2, 3 and 4, sec 4, 4 70 a. Sept 9—Probate Court to Anna Da melson et al, lots 4 and 5 lots 2 and 3, el-2 of swl-4, sec. 35„ 204.54 a. Town of Burbank. Aug 24—George Wideman and wift to Scholl, sel-4 of swl-4, swl-4 of sel-4, sec 11, and nwl-4 of nel-4 sec 14, 120 a, $7800.00. Aug 31—Margaret Douglas and husband to Mason W. Spicer, el-2 of swl-4, sl-2 of sel-4, sec 28 lots 2 and 3, sec. 34, 262 53 a. $6575.00. Village of Atwater. Sept 3—Martin Olson and wife to Sands, lots 11 and 12. bl. 18, $8,000. Sept. 4—James H. Strong and wife to Elizabeth Jones, lot 6, bl. 13, $1,800 Village of Crescent Beach. Aug. 29—Harold F. Porter and wife to.I Lester Porter and Edna Nelson, lot 4, bl. 3, $1,000. Village of New London. Sept 2—Louis A. & G. A. Newman to Ehas Johnson, lots 5, 6 and 7, bl. 6, Larson's add'n, $2,500. Village of Northwood Beach. Sept. 9—Adella W (Olson) Peter son to Geo. Lyon, Jr., lots 9, 10 and 11, bl. 1, $300. Aug. 24—Moses Chevalier and wife to James H. Christenson, lot 9 and west 1-2 of lot 10, bl. 6, $1200. Sept. 1—H. B. Peterson and wife to Louis J. Kropp, lots 5 and 6, bl. 4, Leighton's 1st add'n, $1150. Village of Spicer. Sept. 11—-Daniel T. Booth to Julia E. Booth, lots 27 and 28, bl. 2, Park add'n., $300. Sept. 12—Spicer Land Co. to Hen drickson, lots 5 6, 7, 8 and 9, bl. 5, Summit add'n, $250. Sept. 12—Paul M. Peterson and wife to Hendrickson lots 45 and 46, bl 2, Lake Front add'n., $500. City of Willmar. Aug. 24—Clara M. Ball to Lars O. Thorpe, lots 3 and 4, bl. 4, Spicer's add'n., $2506. Aug. 25—Willmar Jobbing & Mfg. Co. to Joseph O. Estrem, lots 11 and 12, bl. 31, $1.00. Sept. 5—Mary Carlson and husband to John Fredholm, lots 4 and 5, bl. 9, Glarum's add'n., $2500. Sept. 9—Joseph Halldin, single to Gustaf J. Boom, part of lot 12, bl. 1, Johnson's sub. div., $100. —Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dean and Miss Ida Johnson of Minneapolis au toed up Saturday for a visit at the Au gust Johnson home. Sweaters, we have them in all collars, styles and colors. A big line of boys9 and children's suits, in Norfoiks and other styles. Some with two pair of knickers. Wilson Bros. Shirts. Enforcing the Law. The county attorney of Stevens nounty has instituted a suit against the Crescent Creamery Co. of St. Paul for a violation of a law prohibiting discrimination in the matter of cream prices as between various localities within the state. The cause for the action is that the above company has been paying a higher price for cream at Hancock than it is paying at Clon torf, a short distance below Hancock, the reason for their doing this being to freeze out the creamery at Han cock There is no creamery at Clon tarf and there they are paying the regulation price, while at Hancock they are paying two cents above the regulation price.—Clara City Herald. Dr. H. P. Porter, Dentistry, Carlton *lock.—Adv. WILL BE AT NELSON'S JEWELRY STORE TUESDAY, SEPT. 29th DR. BUGBEE Relieves all eye strain that causes cataract, blindness, red, sore and inflamed eyes, headaches, dizzyness, black and floating spots, nervousness, etc., without drugs or pain. Unexcelled by Ocular or Medi cal Science. All cases thoroly exam ined under Bugbee's Skiascopy, re vealing the slightest errors of refrac tion as well as any diseased or abnor mal condition of the eyes. (Glasses made that (WILL FIT). New lenses put in old frames if desired. Replaces lenses from prescription or from piec es sent by mail. A complete record kept of every case and a guarantee and prescription number given with every pair of glasses fitted. Artificial Eyes. Special attention to relief of ner vous troubles which come from irrita tion of the vital nerve and brain cen ters caused from uncorrected eye strain and the wearing of properly fit ted glasses will relieve these condi tions. Wiggins Plumbin] To Fair Visitors We extend a cordial invitation to you to inspect our New Clothing Store at 116 Third street during fair week. Come and look us over. We will be pleased to show you our new fall stock, consisting of new and up-to-date merchandise. You'll find here everything that is new in things to wear and not only that but find it to be the best of everything. Give us a trial. WEUM CLOTHING CO. Sunburg, Sept. 7—The Y. S was handsomely entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gandrud yester day afternoon. A large crowd was present and the program was fine. Prof. O. H. Hagen attended a wed ding in township of Barsness last Sat urday. Mrs. O. Stevens from Forada has re cently been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Olesne. EDW. M. ELKJER, Manager SUNBURG. Miss Christine Ligarden from Hur on S. D., is visiting friends and rela tives here, after being away for four years. Miss Ellen Westvig has charge of the culinary department at Albert Gandrud's now-a-days. Johan Evenson visited with his son in-law, Albert Poverud Monday. I Miss Christine Wold attended the meeting of the Y. P. S. at the Warner school house last Sunday. Samuel Gandrud will attend school in Minneapolis for the coming year, while his elder brother Arnold will re sume his studies at the Park Region College at Fergus Falls. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Pladsen visited at the Andreas Ellingson home Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Glesne from Bel grade, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Solberg from Brooten, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Paulson from Benson, and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Amundson from Kerkhoven attended the picnic at P. A. Gandrud's Sunday afternoon. There will be communion service in the West Norway Lake church nett Sunday. 8VEA. Svea, Sept. 10—Services and Sunday school at the usual time Sunday. School begun Monday in District 5* with Mr. Henry Johnson and Miss Eb ba Pearson as teachers. Miss Ruth Swenson assisted Mrs. P. O. Nelson during threshing. Jons Swensons' and A. P. Johnsons' autoed to Grove City Sunday, where they visited with relatives and friends. Miss Ingeborg Nelson opened up school in District 43 Monday. Mr. Andrew Anderson of Hallock, Minn., has been visiting here a few days. Miss Zilphia Nelson left for St Cloud Monday where sne will attend school. Mrs. Bjelkengren and Mrs. P. N. Nelson visited at P. N. Olson's Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Nelson of Willmar vis ited with friends at Atwater Tuesday. M. R. Swenson entertained relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Holmberg and P. N. Olson's family were entertained at Aug. Norman's Sunday. Sivert Benson of Willmar visited at Aug. Johnson's Sunday. The Girls' Club will meet at Peter Anderson's Thursday. Clara City Herald. (Sept. 11.) John Vander Heyden threshed 153 bushels of wheat from 15 acres which is about ten bushels per acre and above the average. He also threshed a 1800 bushels of oats from 100 acres. Miss Alma Hafermann left Saturday for Northfield where she enrolled as a student in St. Olafs college for the coming year. Martin Hafermann also left Saturday for Clinton, Iowa, to fin ish his last year at Wartburg college. John Brandt and family were over from Murdock Sunday to visit with Mrs. Brandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bengtson. Mr. Brandt, who has been in the banking business for a number of years, sold out this sum mer. The electric line between here and! Sacred Heart* is about half completed and the current will be turned on by the middle of next month. A number of houses have already been wired in. town and Mr. Sorenson who has charge of this work, has all he can do at the present time. About fifteen mail sacks filled with catalogues from a well known Chicago house were unloaded here Friday morning. The firm believes in going Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Haberdashery, Shoes, of the quali ties men of good judgment seek. English Overcoats, English and Scotch Suit Fabrics and best Domestic Products. Society Brand Clothes after the business instead of letting jj place Monday forenoon, the business come to it as so many merchants believe. They do a mighty good business from this point too even more than some Clara City mer-|jsae.—Adv. chants and this is no joke. This being a German community the great war Germany is waging against the great powers is of great concern and interest to every lover of the Fatherland. Scarcely a family here but what has some relative enrolled in Germany's great'army and tidings of the great conflict are of course I eagerly looked for. The general feel- I iir^ins Plumbin Good Plumbing ing is that Germany will come out on top, although it will be a costly strug gle.—Clara City Herald. LAKE FLORIDA Lake Florida, Sept 4—The Ladies' I Aid Society was entertained by Mrs. Herman Larson Saturday afternoon and evening. The proceeds amounted to $6.35. Hjalmar Palmquist is assisting Win. Peterson with the work this week Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Railson and soon and Mr. L. Nelson were among those from this vicinity who attended the State Fair. Mrs. A, P. Holm spent Tuesday af ternoon at Wm. Peterson's. Esther Larson assisted Mrs. Her Larson with the housework a few days last week. FO THE BEST LINE IN CANDIES CIGARS SOFT DRINKS TOBACCOS FRUITS ICE CREAM Bra Harris called at L. Nelson's Increased profits from poultry pos sible. See adv. elsewhere in this is- Wieirins Plumbing Good Plumbing -4T ft