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THE*EEUDEliT MAN IS NEVER OUT OF A JOB AND wrmour MONEY IN THE BANK Lawson under RoForeign Regrets won't bring back the money you have ex travagantly spent. One sure friend to a man in trouble is MONEY in the bank. Mr. Thompson came Saturday from South Dakota for a visit with Mr. Rus ten. But the man who banks his money is the man who gains the confidence of his employer and holds his job. Money in the bank also means GREDIT and GON FIDENGE. No man can afford not to have the confi dence of his fellow men. Make OUR bank YOUR bank We pay 5 per cent interest on time deposits. RESOURCES OVER $500,000.00 Sawtefl* Department Deposit Vaalts WU/WR?WHlRPJNE the A few friends of Helen and Francis Parmeter were entertained at the Jen sen home Saturday evening. The Kempke boys attended the mov ies in Raymond Saturday evening. Mr.- and Mrs. Guy Ward spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Bergstresser. Mr. and Mrs. Rusten and family and Mr. Thompson spent Sunday at Spicer and Green Lake. Mr. and Mrs. V. Isaacson spent Sun day with the McLane family. Mrs. Bongs and daughter spent Mon day with Mrs. A. Stoll. Helen and Francis Parmeter re turned to their home in Willmar Mon day after a week's visit with the Jen sen family. Ed. Erickson went to Raymond Sat urday evening. Harold Thorson has been seen rid ing in a new buggy lately. A large crowd attended church at Priam Sunday. Next Sunday Rev. Van Baalan will preach his farewell ser mon. TRIPOLI8. Tripolis, Aug. 10—Services and Sun day school next Sunday at the usual time. The Y. P. S. meets for their regular meeting next Friday evening. Refresh ments will be served by Fred Heg strom and Walfrid Sjoberg. Several of the young people here took in the Luther League meeting in Willmar. Mr. Croonquist from Minneapolis, who has been visiting with his broth er, F. E. Croonquist, and other rela tives, left for his home last Saturday. Mrs. Hilda Broman from- Willmar, is asslstingat the E._Q.JHL. Johnson home. JftasJBlle^ rived lastfMonday for a visit at the C. A. Larson home. -. Mrs. Axel Johnson and children of Minneapolis returned home last Tues day after visiting at the Ludvig John ^son borne for a few days. Mrs. William Thompson and "'Mils Anderson from Willmar visited a *-*few days last week at the Aug.-Lund ^-quist home. -Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Carey and ^children returned Thursday evening *trbm a visit with relatives in the •atabllahad Feb. It. 1885. sday at 328-330 Benson Ave.. .., firm name of Tribune Printing Company. Northwestern local 'phone No. 61. Northwestern and Trt-State Long Distance 'phones. [Entered December 5, 1902, at Wlllmar, Minnesota, as second class matter, •nder act of March 3, 1870.] its Wanted in Baen Ideality. Write a sample news letter. Sabaerlptlon Bates. On* Tear (within United States only) fl.BO Six Months 76 Three Months 40 Three monthsnon trial new subscribers. .26 Tear advance,to $6.00 Ave years 0.00 Countries, per year 2.00 The printed mailing list is corrected the first of each month. If the yellow suit shows no credit one month after you pay, please notify us. All subscriptions are continued until express notice Is received to atop, un less reoueeted by subscribers to atop on expiration, when letters s. o. Ireing a#4*d to address slip. I sending change of address, give the old address as well as the new. Advertising Batn. Want Column—One cent a word—1-3 off after first week. Local Reading Notices—6 cents per line legale at legal rate. Cards of Thanks, Ktc.—10 lines or less, 60c. Rate,card for display adv. matyed on application. GUARANTEED CIRCULATION, 8/400. PRIAM. Priam, Aug. Qh—Wr. Guy Ward our village merchant made a business trip to Wlllmar Tuesday. The Parmeter and Jensen girls call ed on their friend, Ruth Wagner on Thursday afternoon. Miss Brande of Sioux Falls', .S. Dak., came Friday for a visit with the Paulsness family. OT BABDXTOXI OOVBTT ABB OXTT OT W2XAMAS WILLMAR, MiNESOTA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1915. RINGO LAKE. Ringo Lake, Aug. 9—Mrs. G. Berg and Mildred Holm spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hanson in Willmar. Ellen Monson and Alice Swenson visited from Tuesday until Wednes day at Aug. Moller's near Twin Lakes. Mrs. Axel Ekblad and son, Kenneth returned last Friday from a few weeks' visit with relatives at Pelican Rapids. Mrs. Claus Swanson arrived here last Wednesday from Clara City. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carlson and chil dren motored to Ole Dengerud's near Long Lake last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Moller and from Twin Lakes, Mrs. Emma Ander son, Mrs. Anna Monson, Nels and Lena Monson and Hanna Swenson were en tertained at Albert Monson's last Sun day. Gustav Swenson was unfortunate enough to get the bone broken a few inches above the elbow in his right arm last Sunday. Mrs. John Anderson of Mamre, who has spent A couple of weeks with Mrs. Emma Anderson, returned to her home last Sunday. A large number of friends were Sun day afternoon callers at* J. D. Mon son's. West Lake, Aug. 9—A bumper hay crop has been gathered in by most of the farmers. The heaviest grain crop on record is looked for in this vicinity, but corn is somewhat backward. A few weeks ago, a hail storm pass ed over the community doing consid erable damage in some places. John Roisum is painting the new residence of Mr. Syvert Reigstad. Mr. Reigstad's house is a modern struc ture in every way and is the most up to-date one in this community. Leonard Myhre and bride arrived home a few Weeks ago from Beltrami county. Mr. Julius Johnson of Hayes and Miss Nettie De Windberg of Arctand er visited in this vicinity a few weeks ago. W. C. T. U. Meeting. The Willmar W. C. T. V. will meet with Mrs. Peter Berg next Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock This will be a social meeting and jnembers-are urged to bring their friends. The work for the coming year will be plan ned. LEARN DRESSMAKING. Learn Dressmaking and Ladles I teach pattern making, cutting and fitting. Do your own sew ing. Terms from six weeks to three months. fame early and engage your place or write Miss Mathilda John son, 198 E. Litchfield. Ave* Willmar, Minn. Phone 684, MrsTailoring. iJ Til1 Tribune Wan-Tads Bring Results j&tfite „. NO CONSCRIPTION IN CANADA Fred 8tenberg Writes |he Tribune That Many Volunteers are v* J* Refused. Fred Stenberg, of Lake Elizabeth, who is still a British subject owing to his former residence in Canada, writes the Tribune a letter in which he asks to correct the current ideas that conscription is contemplated in. Can ada. He encloses the following clip ping from the Viking News which in dicates that more volunteers come for ward than are wanted: "It makes a fellow mad to watch the seeming blunders of* the military au thorities. While recruiting campaigns are being- waged! hot and heavy in, the Eastern provinces, men- are being turned down by the scores in Edmon ton because they have no chance to enlist. The 63rd Battalion Which has been calling for men throughout the country presti has received a hearty response, but when the men came to enlist, they were all refused, with the blunt statement that the authorities have stopped recruiting for the pres ent in Edmonton. Two companies, one in Medicine Hat and other in Calgary were added to the 63rd, thus filling the ranks, before the other recruits were accepted. "It seems to us that the fellows who gave up good positions for the sake of fighting for their king and country should be given a chance, and not re ceive a cold turn down after being urg ed to enlist by friends in the battal ion. As a result of the disappointment it is probable that many fine soldiers will be lost to the army as they can not lay around idle ini the city await ing the pleasure of the military au thorities. And it is not fair to the fellows in the east who are loathe to enlist. As long as men are being re fused in one section of the dominion and urged in another section, the au thorities cannot expect the young men to become very enthusiastic about joining the colors." Kandiyohi Wins. Kandiyohi defeated Litchfield last Sunday by a score of 6 to 5, in a game played at the former place. Joe Holm berg was in the box for the winners, -and he pitched a good steady game, allowing seven hits, and causing elev en of the visitors to fan. Billie Miller was the twirler for the Litchfield bunch, and he also pitched a good game, holding the home team to six hits and causing fourteen of them to fan. Both teams made numerous'er rors, which aided greatly in the scor ing of all the runs. Following is the score by innings: Litchfield .. 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0—5 7 Kandiyohi 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0—6 6 The heavy hitters for Kandiyohi were Lundquist, Holmberg and Grinde, the latter with three blows to his cred it. Cope did the best stick work for the losers. Moves to Sleepy Eye. Edward Johnson, who has for a term of years had charge of the local wheat sampling force, has been trans ferred to Sleepy Eye of this state, where he will direct the state weigh and^sampUnijg. Mr. Johnson..was formerly^a Lake Andrew resident and is well known in the county. He hasFriday many friends here who regret to seetives him leave the city, but wish him well in his new home. During the past months Mr. Johnson has been travel ing all through the state inspecting elevators and warehouses. Prosperous Canadian Calls. Albert Wicklund of Canwood, Can ada, visited Ms old home and rela tives in this county last week, having spent a week in North Dakota ehroute. Mr. Wicklund has done well in Can ada. He is located so far northwest that he is protected from early frosts' by the mountains. He has not had a crop failure since he located there. The Tribune editor acknowledges a pleasant call from his old friend. Belle Pourehe Lands Open. The Government announces that the land recently made available in the Fourth Unit of the Belle Fourche irri gation project in South Dakota is free and can be obtained only under the homestead law. Provision is made-by sonthe Reclamation Service for supplying water at actual cost to each settler and after twenty years' time he is giv en outright a permanent water right. First M. E. Ladies' Aid. The Ladies' Aid society of the First M. E. church will be held at Walker's old bakery, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 13 and 14. Lunches1 will be served at all hours. Also ice cream and cake. Aprons and fancy articles will be on sale. Everyone most cordially invited. ANYWHERE A P. Adams left last Saturday af ternoon for a visit with friends at Luverne. ,r* -4 -,- .^" —S. A. Godfrey left last Thursday afternoon on a few days' business trip to St. Paul. -r-Mrs. E. H. Frost spent last Wed nesday and Thursday .visiting. in the twin cities. »,v —Mrs. I. R. Griffin and son, Blair visited the last week with relatives at -Kerkhoven. —Austin Hanscom left last Saturday afternoon for a visit with friends at Paynesville. •u —Messrs. .Hugh Ruddy and E. E, Smith autoed to Sleepy Eye on bust ness. last Friday. —Arthur Halvorson came home from Minneapolis Saturday for a short visit with his parents. —Dr. E.H. Frost returned last Fri day from a several days' trip to Red wing and^^(mesteir ,""J:''"'''-'"V4"'''v. —Mrs. J. Heller and daughter of Grove City visited last week with Mr and Mrs. J. J. Rivkin. —Mrs. Kirkpatrick and children left last Thursday for a visit with rela tives at Bagley, Minn. —Mrs. Charles Hanscom arrived last week from St. Paul for a visit with her father, H. C. Ward. —Miss Esther Sorenson left this af ternoon for a visit with relatives at Milaca and Minneapolis. —John Lepse returned from Minne apolis Monday after a week's visit with friends and relatives. —Miss Hazel Stinson arrived last Thursday from Glenwood for a visit with Miss Winnifred Sherwood. —Miss Thora Thunstedt resumed her duties at the Greenhouse last Fri day after a four weeks' vacation. Miss Esther Anderson returned last Thursday from a week's visit with friends and relatives in Minneapolis. —Miss Marie Lange left for St. Paul the middle of last week to mark ex amination papers at the Agricultural school. —Miss Mildred Severinson returned the middle of last week from a visit with friends at St. Cloud and Clear water Lake. —Miss Cora Osmundson left last Thursday afternoon for a week's visit with friends at Lake Koronis, near Paynesville. —Mrs. Nels Anderson and Mrs. Will iam Thompson visited the latter part of the week with friends and relatives at Kandiyohi. ,r «&Mrs. H. C. Hansen and daughter, Helen arrived from Sandstone last afternoon for a visit with rela in this city. —Mr. and Mrs. Nels Simonson and family came up from Granite Falls last Friday and went out to Crescent Beach for a week's stay. —Miss Neil Thorson of Minneapolis arrived last Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. Ellen Tallakson and Mrs.and Elmer Bergquist. —The Misses Mabel and Ida Sander son returned Saturday morning from a visit at Yellowstone Park and with relatives at Crookston. —Mesdames F. H. MacNees and son Junior and W. B. MacNees left the first of the week for a visit with rela tives at LaValle, Wis. —Attorney George Tyler returned from Elk River last Saturday to spend the week end visiting with relatives here and at Green Lake —W. H. McCune left last Friday afternoon for Sioux City, la., to re sume his duties in the dispatcher's of fice of the G. N. at that place. —Mrs. Leonard Pederson returned to her home at Benson last Thursday after a three weeks' visit, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Boyd, in this city. —Mrs. A. N. Baldwin and son, Ken neth, Mrs. W. H. Nethaway and daugh ter, Mary Doris, Charles OouHng and lone Carlson motored up from St. Paul last Friday for a visit with relatives in this city. EVERYWHERE ^«^'i. KODAK COMPLETE LINE OF KODAKS and SUPPLIES 1 ':^.ris-""\l at -r CARLSON BROS. ."* ':Q$rk Rexall StorefjFfr^j?ft$it Jifo V&B *J $lS?^i*fW&MM&t«% ^i-fX^j^ ,, alyslt of the Cost of Maintain ting State Institutions., ,^i' Public Examiner Frits has compiled an exhaustive statement of the cost of maintaining the state institutions and their inmates. On the average each inmate, Mr. Fritz figures out, cost tax payers S174. 83 for the year, but some of the insti tutions reduced this .figure consider ably aft far as their own population was concerned. Anoka, as usual, was in the low class, its figure being S9&.65 or a decrease of $1.06 per inmate from the previous year. Ail institutions de voted to the insane with the excep tion of Rochester and St. Peter were under the figure of $174.83 per head for the extra 16 institutions. For 1914 the blind cost the state per head, $431.12 the deaf, $277.14 the feeble-minded, $156.46 the public school at Owatonma,. $293.50 Red Wing training school for boys, $491. 57 girls' school at Sauk Center, $271. 18 S Cloud reformatory, $200.44 hospital for crippled children, $406.27 and the Stillwater prison, $31.24. This is the lowest cost of any of the state institutions and is a decrease of $36. 59 from the previous year. The highest cost per head was at the state hospital for inebriates. Here the figure was $571.34. The consump tives located at Walker cost $244.70 per head. Valuation Of Minnesota's 16 state in stitutions is $15,088,967.72. Average population is 9,580. Average number of employes is 1, 542. •',..'••'. .. :,, ,.-.- Average employes per inmate is 6.2 and average wage per year, $562.47. Net cost of maintenance and opera tion of institutions yearly, $1,675,119. 84. DOVRE. Dovre, Aug. 10—The Dovre Western Y. P. S. held their annual business meeting Tuesday evening, August 3. The following officers were elected to serve the coming year: President, Charley Birkeland vice president, Carl Hegstrom treasurer, Elling Vill and secretary, Clara Holland. The proceeds in/ the treasury for the past six months amounted to $44.00 and it was decided to divide this evenly be tween the Eagle Lake church and the Home Mission. Several new members were also admitted at the meeting. K. T. Rykken and family of Will mar spent Sunday with Mrs. Jose phine Estness. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Erickson of Will mar called on Gertrude Erickson last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Hendrickson ar rived Friday for an over Sunday visit with their son, Hans Hendrickson. M. O. Thorpe and family of Willmar visited at O. Skaftedahl's a week ago last Sunday. Rev. E. Pederson conducted! serv ices Sunday afternoon- at the C. Sam boe home. The meeting was well at tended. The Y. P. S. program committee had a meeting with Julius Holland Sun day evening. They will have their next social August 22, at the O. O. Rykken home. Fred Swailin of Willmar inspected tfre telephones here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. S. Oftedahl, Leif and Arne visited at Carl Stanghelle's last Sunday. Rev. Elias Pederson and family left yesterday after spending several weeks with tha Christian Samboe fam ily. Last Sunday C. Holland's enter tained the Carl Holseth family, Mr. Mrs. H. Bergeson, Nels Anderson and family and Mr. Anderson's sister, Nora Anderson. Prof. Melvin Lykkensgaard and fam ily of Bellingham, Minn., are visiting at the home of N. B. Leines. Mrs. Lykkensgaard and Mrs. Leines'are sis ters. John Flateboe and family are visit ing at the John Syvertson home at present. C. C. Birkeland and family were en tertained at the Gregorious Hanson home Sunday. They also attended the Y. P. S. meeting at Elgeross's. The Dovre Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Ingeborg Nethvnd Tuesday, Aug. 17th. All welcome to attend. LAKE FLORIDA. Lake Florida, Aug. 9—Services will be held next Sunday forenoon in theand Mission church here by Rev. Moline. Miss Annie Thprspn arrived .last week" from Willmar" for a visit wjth her brother, Theodore and family here. Miss Olga Moline of New London is at present visiting with friends in this victaityr* Mrs. A. P. Holm visited Mrs. Emma Anderson, near Ringo Lake last Thurs day. *•':'.., o'..- Mrs. Peter Skoglund and Mrs. Wm Peterson visited with Mrs. Magnus Is dal and Mrs. Edw. Hanson last Fri day. 's The proceeds from the social at the home of Mrs. Wm. Larson amounted to $11.50. Rev. Moline of New London spent a few days last week at Herman Lar son's. Miss Lillie Skoglund arrived from Willmar last Saturday for a .few days visit with relatives in this vicinity. The Ludvig and Magnus Isdal fam ilies visited Sunday afternoon at Holm's. Ida Nelson and Mabel Railson call ed at the Skoglund place Sunday af ternoon. Otto Nelson arrived from New Lon don last Friday to assist his brother in-law, Mr. Theodor Thorson here dur ing harvest/ —A postal card from Frank G. Han dy. informs- The Tribune that Mr. and Mrs. Handy have had the time of their lives autoing from Washington, via At lantic City and New York City to their old home at Centerville, Mass. —Mis* Kathryn 'McLaughlin Return ed to her home at Faribault the lat ter part of the week after a visit with relatives in this city. DoWotOripe We have a pleasant laaito that «jffl do Just what yon vans ittodo. re of them and we Miwdyfortht us, 10cents. ONE LOT. BROKEN SIZES MEN'S SUITS VALUES UP TO $15 $6.45 BOYS' 50c I Knicker Pants 38c I I MEN'S 50c WORK SHIRTS 35c ROSELILLIAN. Roselilliani, Aug. 9—Emil Lundquist and Gust Thunstedt called at the Er-portion ickson home Sunday. Emil Aspaas and Paul Norling vis ited at Willmar last Sunday. Richard Johnson, Ed. Johnson, Ed. Norling and Albin Norling made a trip to Spicer and New London last Sun day. The Eastman family spent Sunday at Spicer. Alger Erickson called at his paren tal home last Sunday. Richard Julius and Walter Erickson made a trip to New Ulm last Sunday, returning the same day. Willie Blomquist visited at New London last Sunday. Amy Eastman is visiting with her parents in Roseland at present. WAIT FOR TH E HEINRICH MAN. Jt ^s1 yourJ©s8„as_n^^ gain, not to wait and buy my goods. I have a complete line of Household Remedies, Veterinary Remedies, Toil et Articles, Spices, Extracts, Etc., that are guaranteed by all Pure Food Laws Helnrich. Carl A. Nord, Kandi yohi, Minnesota. ,.....-.. Adv —Mr. and Mrs. Etias Railing and son Thor, of Willmar and Mrs. O. H. Opsahl and son, Joseph of Minneap olis autoed over from Willmar in the former's car and visited a few days this week "with the J. A. Larson and Emil Olson families.—Belgrade Trib une. '..."-:,.:•'•'• —Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Elmqutet came down from Aitkin Tuesday and areCity visiting at the A. P. Lundquist home here and with the D. Elmquist family in Willmar. They will remain two weeks or more.—Litchfield Saturday Review. —Mr/ and Mrs. O. Lokkengaards and family went down to Willmar Wednesday, where they will visit at the N. B. Lienes home near there.— Benson Monitor. -*-Mr and Mrs. O. B. Olson, Mrs, Quist and children, Mr. and Mrs. A B. Bergman* and son, Elvin were en tertained for-supper Thursday evening at the J. M. Olson home in this- city. NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETI TION FOR TH E GRADING OF STREET WEST FROM GORTON AVE. BETWEEN SECTIONS 15 AND 16, TWP. 119, RANGE 35, AND PART OF CAMPBELL AVE. FROM -I3TH STREET WEST TO SAID 8ECTION LINE, Notice is hereby given that a peti tion has been filed in theoffice of the City Clerk of the City of Willmar, Minnesota,, signed by W., J- Ruddy, Hugh Ruddy and others asking for Jhe grading otJthat_certaia_ Street and Highway in the City of Willmar con necting with and running west from Gorton Ave., in Said City, to-wit: V: Commencing at the intersection'of Atlantic^ Avenue in- said city of Will mar andthe section line between Sec tions 15 and 16. Township 119,- Range 35, thence running north .over the west 3 ft. of Lot 8 of Block 124 of the. Second 'Addition to the City of Wmmar, to Campbell Avenue, thence nortfr over thr HI* out atrtet oh the8-44*9*^ llF YOU HAVENT TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THIS MONEY SAVING EVENT, DO SO NOW SALE CLOSES SATURDAY, AUG. 21,1915 DONTMISS THISSALE BELOW ARE A FEW PRICES: MEN'S UNION SUITS $1.00 VALUES 79c -'. STRAW HATS Half Price BOYS' SHIRTS :::. 29c •-":. .:'• Edw. M. Elkjer, Mgr. 1x 6 3rd Street. Willmar, Minn. west side of Block 125 of said Second Addition to Gorton Avenue also that of Campbell Avenue extending from Thirteenth Street In said Second Addition to the said Section line, be tween said Sections 15 and 16 of said City, and the said matter is now pend ing before.the Council of the said Ci ty Notice is further given that the City Council of the said City has de clared its intention and purpose to cause the said improvement to be made and to cause the said street to be graded as prayed for, and also to cause the abutting property that will be benefitted by the said improvement to be assessed for the cost and ex pense of the said improvement, and have further fixed the time and place for the hearing upon said petition on August 23, 1915, at 8 o'clock in- the afternoon of that day at the Council Chambers in the City Hall in said City. Notice is further given that on that terested in the said improvement and whose property will be affected by the said improvement and whose property will be assessed, for the construction of the said work,~orJn any manner af fected by the grading of the said street, may'then and- there appearand be heard in said matter. Dated August 10, 1915. HANS GUNDERSON, City Clerk, 8-n-2t Willmar, Minn. NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR THE GRADING OF STREET AND HIGHWAY RUNNING WEST FROM GORTON AVENUE IN THE CITY OF WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Notice is hereby given that a peti tion has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the City of Willmar, Min nesota, signed by W. J. Ruddy, N. H. Nelson and others asking for thcr grading of that certain street and highway in the City_ of_Willmarjasm=. nectingwith and running west from Gorton Ave., in said City, to-wit: Commencing at the intersection of ^rJton^Aye^ Jn.said city of Willmar and the Section line between Sections 15 and 16, Township 119, Range 35, running thence on the line between lots 3 and 4 of the «#-*i. 1 A State«Sub-division township and range, a distance of 660 feet, to the west line of said lots 3 and 4 of said City, and the said mat ter is now pending before the 'Council of the said Gity^ pr Notice is further given that the City Council of said.City has declared its intention and purpose to cause the said improvement to be made and to cause the said street to be graded as prayed for, and also, to cause the abut ting property that will be benefitted by the said" improvement" to be as-'operations sessed for the cost and expense of the said improvement,- and nave furthelf fixed the^ time and place for the hear ing upon the said petition on August 23, 1915, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon of that day' at the Council Chambers in the City Hall building in said City. day and at that place all parties In terested4n the-ssid 4mprovementi~and whose property will be affected by the improvement and whose property^fcrtn be assessed for the construction of the said work, or in any manner affected by the grading pi the said street may then and there appear ana be~heard in said matter.-^ Da^a^dkttbioritisr*^^ MEN'S 15c HOSE "'9o'-'.:. MEN'S 50c SUSPENDERS I 36c MEN'S $3.00 HATS $2.25 —Rev. J. S. Strand went down to Willmar Wednesday noon, where he will spend the balance of his vaca* tion on his farm near there.—Benson Monitor. -TO- DR. J. E. DORAN '2? 1 I 1 1 SPECIALIST "C Treating Diseases Without Surgery WILL BE AT MERCHANTS HOTEL Wednesday, September I -Office Hours: 9 a. m. tor5 pVlitf AND WILL E A I N ON E DAY ONtV OFFERS HIS SERVICES FREE OF CHARGE^" & Dr. Ttoran, licensed by the state of Minnesota and having special .author ity from the Minnesota State Board of Medical Examiners to visit profes sionally the important towns and cities a tiS^Hi^i^rSS^^Ji^. c^mamnT^mmination, Notice^te-hirtter-glven-thai on that ^f«««te*'wltloiig standing. deep-seated chronic, diseases, that bavA baffled-the-skill of-the family physician, Should not fail to call.' -"K^oU'haTe kidney or bladder tron-M. bjejbring a two ounce bottle of your HANS GUNDERSON, hi •Z, Cttf Clerk, HJ.IJH^JA "U W offers tor all who call advice free, except the expense of the medicine. Alt that is asked in return for these valuable services in that -#v ery person treated will state the re sult obtained to their friends and thus prove to the sick and-afflicted in ev ery city and locality, that this treat ment is reasonably sure and certain in. its effect, ",«*V.r ••.*--- According to this System no more for appendicitis, gall stones, tumors, goitre or certain forma of cancer. Diseases -ot the stomach, intestines, liver,-*lood, skin, nerves, heart spleen, kidneys er bladder, ca tarrhal doafneas, rheuinatiBm, sciaUca, bed-wetting, leg ulcers, weak lungs. urine for examination. ^Remember, this free offer is tor oae^ day only, & ^Married ladles must by their husbands and minora wl|bi5^" their. Barents. ~^S Pr. 7. TL Doran, MmneagoltCMlnny s.