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I WANTED
WANTED—Girls for dining room
Urork. Merchants. HoteL 140
WANTED—Two girls tor dishwash
ing at Kalbak's Farmers' Restau
rant. 136
HOUSE* AND ROOMS
FOR RENT—Modern house,
•on Land Co.
FOR RENT—Room
Litchfield AYS.. City.
Ander*
127
at 194 Bast
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms,
quire at 111 E. Benson Ave.
In-
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 610 Nelson are
928
FOR RENT—Two rooms strictly
modern, in the Vlk residence. 304
tth 8L So., City. 660
FOR RENT—One furnished-room
ID new house. All modern.
Utohfleld AYS. B.
221
796
FOR SALE—Fine, newly remodell
ed 8-room house. For particulars,
call on M. R. Simons. 'Phone 159J.121
FOR SALE—A five room bungalow,
modern, except heat in splendid lo
cation. $1850 buys it if taken at
once. A. H. Brown, City. 113
FOR RENT—Furnished room in
modern house. Suitable for two. Use
of telephone. Only gentlemen need
apply. Inquire at 116 Becker AYO. E.,
Otty.
REAL ESTATE.
ACRE TRACTS—In Barnstad and
Glarum's additions. Inquire of Ander
son Land Co. 96
WANTED TO TRADE—160 acres of
land for an automobile. Address M.
Carmickel, Esplee, Minn. 116
FOR SALE)—My half section farm in
Cavalier county. Good soil and build
ings. Fine grove. Rob't. Binnie,
Langdon, N. D. 131
$7.60 PER ACRE buys a quarter of
land Bowman county, close to rail
road town one-half cash, balance five
years' time. Write for list. M. H.
Derby, Bowman, N. D. 122
CHEAP LANDS—Owner.if you sell,
and renter if you want to buy, go a
little farther north and get good land
at $15 to 675 per acre. Write L.
Branch, Round Prairie, Minn., Todd
county, Minn. 129
WANTED—More listings of farms,
residences and business blocks. Make
your prices attractive and we will
find you buyers. Kandiyohi County
Land Co, office on Fourth street,
north of Postoffice. 669
HOUSES FOR BALE—On the In
stsllment plan. If Interested In buy
tag a house It will pay you to call at
and get full particulars. An
Land Co* Wlllmar, Minne-
sota, 686
GENUINE BARGAINS—If you areDistrict
looking for such In city property or
Improved farms in Kandiyohi county,
do not fall to call at the office and
look over the large list of properties
now for sale by Thorpe ft Rykken
Wlllmar, Minn. 414
FOR SALE—I have for sale, well
Improved, partly Improved and unim
proved land In northwestern part of
Minnesota, near where I have farmed
tor twenty-two years. Prices range
from ten dollars and up on good
terms. Write or call on me for fur
ther particulars. A. H. Brown, Will
941
NEW YORK FARMS FOR SALE.
Tour Buying- Safe, Your Profit Sure.
Come Now. See Sparkling- Fruit and
Qolden Grain.
86 acre farm, R. R. village, 2 miles
mecad. road, $30 per acre, $500
cash down.
No Tremendous Squeeze to Pay the Debt
216 acre farm, 30 cows, 200 hens, 3
horses—Ask price.
Read it Again, Make Money and Go
Forth Like a Man.
ISO acre farm. Buildings worth $9,000
Price $6,000, $800 cash down.
Short Cut to Success—$600 Pays the
Entire Bill.
23 acre fruit and hen farm on mecad
road.
Write for photos. R. R. fare one way
to purchaser.
E. Munson, 2426 S. Salina St.,
124 Syracuse, N. Y.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—Ford roadster in good
running order, 6225. P. M. Peterson,
Willmar. 142
FOR SALE—1913 model 5 h.
motorcycle at a bargain. Inquire at
this office. 138
FOR SALE—One buffet, one dining
room table and six chairs, one kitch
en cabinet. 401 Fifth St. So. 141
FOR SALE—1914, Twin Indian mot
orcycle, fully equipped, electric light.
Apply Nelson Bros. Laundry. 100
~FOR~SALE:HEhcceisior Twin motoir
cycle and carrier. Will be sold with or
without. May be seen at Persen's. 128
FOR SALE—Minnesota No. 13 seed
eon, guaranteed test 96 per cent, |3.00
per bushel. Also Early Ohio potatoes
at 76c per busheL Sacks furnished.
John Ahlstrom, Spicer, Minn. 924
STOCK FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE—Good farm horse, nine
years old. Inquire Tribune office. 139
FOR SALE^Orade Holsteins ofall
ages. C. Aug. Anderson, Browerville,
Minn., Rt. 1. 120
"SHORTHORN BULLS FOR SALE
—Registered and serviceable age. N.
W. 'Phone. J. H. Lawrence & Son,
Litchfield, Minn. 94
HOLSTEINS FOR SALE Bul
calves from nine to fourteen months
old. Sired by King Segis* Pontiac De
Kol 4th No. 76076 and Sir Mayo Paul
Prilly No. 9S800. Write for prices
Henry Jergens, Biscay, Minn. 130
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—One
elevenryear-oKl bay mare, (warran
ted in every respect). One platform
or delivery wagon one Clarke single
buggy, good one very good cutter
MM one good, work harness one good
I brass- buggy harness flynets, robes,
whips, and full outfit for a horse, and
,... _. the first $150 will get all. Aug. Hog
rand. Hardware.. 109
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MISCELLANEOUS
OLD PAPERS—A big bundle for 6c
fiat Tribune.
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS for all
v,^ machines at Tribune.
TRACING PAPER—Large sheets of
Bead! carbon paper at Tribune, 10c
MONET TO LOAN on Improved
terms at low rate of Interest. First
National Bant. Willmar. 4
WANTED TO TRADE—A six h. p.
gasoline engine for a horse, team or
cattle. C. A. Olson, 5, Willmar,
Minn. 920
—If you wish to insure against Hail
or Cyclone call on us we represent
the old well known Waseca Company.
Thorpe 4t Rykken.
MONEY TO LOAN—See 8. 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. 66
LEARN DRESSMAKING and Lad
les' Tailoring at Keister'o Ladles' Tail
oring College. We teach patternmak
lng, designing, cutting, fitting and
sewing. Old pestofflce building, Will
717
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—Fraternity pin. Finder leave
at this office. 137
FOUND—Brooch pin with fraternal
emblem.- Inquire of Tribune for find
er. 133
FOUND—Curtains for auto. Owner
may have same by calling at this office
and paying for ad. 132
FOUND—A pocket book near Green
Lake Mills. Loser may prove property
with Lee Somervilte, Willmar. 135
LOST—Pair of gold rimmed' spec
tacles. Finder please leave same at
the Anderson Bros.' Jewelry store. 134
I. OLSO
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Office S09 Litchfield AY. W. 'Plume Ul-i
ftealoeaee. Sll in Street. 'PMoae i\»+
8EE BALL ABOUT DAKOTA LAND
Fertile Farm Land in the Vicinity of
Williston, North Dakota.
Fertile farm land in the vicinity of
Williston, North Dakota, can be bought
for from $15 to $35 an acre on favor
able terms.
If you wish to break away from
land that is high in price and high in
rent, affording but a poor chance for
the man of small means, go to Will
iston. and get a piece of low priced,
productive land in the best stock and
grain country of the Northwest.
A district that raises corn and al
falfa as-well as wheat. A district
that has made good, where land is in
creasing in value, where there is room
for more farmers.
Take a trip to Williston with Mr
Ball and see the crops for yourself.
For booklet write or see F. C. Ball,
Manager, Commercial Hotel,
Willmar, Minn.—Adv
Gives Newspapers Credit.
Newspaper publicity, according to
E. A. Peterson, assistant postmaster of
Willmar Minn., has been one of Lie
main factors in upbuilding the parcel
post service and also a great aid for
the small town postmaster in educat
ing the public to its use.
"Our greatest trouble has been try
ing to teach the patrons how to avail
themselves of the service," Mr. Peter
son said yesterday. "Few knew how
to wrap parcels and hardly any under
stood to what extent the parcel post
could be used. The newspapers have
helped wonderfully by publishing ex
planatory articles and as a result the
parcel post business is growing every
day. The farm-to-table feature of the
service is being taken up rapidly, but
still there is a great deal to be done
along this line."—Minneapolis Trib
une.
—Mr. and Mrs. Maurice' Jenness
and baby returned to their home in
Minneapolis Monday afternoon, after
a ten days' visit with relatives in this
city.
What Is the Best Remedy For
Constipation?
Thisisa question asked us many timej
eachday. The answer is
«JteMateQidetgtea«
We guarantee them to be satisfactory
to you. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
Carlson Bros.
Professional Cards
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Doctor W. RICHES
MEDICAL AND OSTEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN
Specialist In Old, Stubborn Ailments.
Such aliments as Appendicitis, Goi
tre, Enlarged Tonsils, Curable Exter
nal Cancerous Growths and many
oomplalnts of women are treated
without the knife.
Consultation and correspondence free
Pleasant Home for such as desire
2882 2nd Ave. 8* Minneapolis* Minn.
DR. C. E. ANDERSON
E N I S
Bank of Willmar Building
Willmar, Minn.
R. W. 8TANFORD
A W E
Real Estate, Insurance anil
Collections.
(Maes in Postoflee Building.
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA
A. R. Endersbe
LICBN3BD
Veterinary, Sirflcoa ni Deittol
8pcdal Attention glren to Vaccination of
Hogs. I UMOIUTGoTcramratInspected 8e
nun. Also Castration of Animals.
Office at McCormkk & McDonald's Peed
Barn, Plume Mo. 40
Re*. So. 0th St. Phone S6BL Willmar,Minn.
Dr. E. WANNER
VETERINARIAN
Office at Wanner Bros.' Feed Barn.
Day 'phone 428 night *phone IS
WILLMAR, MINN.
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GRAIN.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern $1.17
Wheat No. 2 1.14
Wheat No. 3 l.io
Wheat No. 4 1.03
Wheat rejected 96c
Corn, shelled 72c
Barley, perbu. 63-61c
Oats, per bu. .31-35c
Flax, per bu. Tl.46-1.54
Rye, per bu .85-88c
FLOUR AND FEED.
WILLMAR PRODUCE.
Eggs, per dozen 15c
Dairy butter, per lb..
That no bones were broken, or no
permanent injuries were suffered
seems very remarkable.
WILUMR
WILLMAR SMARKET ^REPORTS
Corrected Wednesday Monday, Aug. 11th..
Flour, per 50-lb. sack 2.00
Ground feed, per cwt 1.85
Shorts, per cwt .1.65
Bran, per cwt 1.30
Oil Meal, per cwt.... -.-. 2.00first
Cracked corn, per cwt 1.76
Clover hay, per to 10.00
Timothy hay, per ton. 10.00
A
... 24c
Potatoes, per bu. '... .40c
Hides, per lb ..8c
Onions, per lb .3c
Cabbage, per lb 2c
Beans, per lb 8c
POULTRY, LIVE.
Broilers, per lb 12%c
Chickens .. 8c-9c
Turkeys 10c
LIVE 8TOCK MARKET.
Lambs $7.00
Sheep $4.00 to $5.00
Beef Cattle $5.00 to $6.00
Steers $6.00 to $7.601 lings, 6.26 to 6.75 feeding cows'and
Hogs, live $5.50 to $6.151 heifers, 5.15 to 6.50.
DR. G. D. FORSSELL
HAS NARROW ESCAPE
Was Run Over by Automobile Last
Thursday Evening But Suffers
No Permanent Injuries.
Dr. Gustav D. Forssell had a nar
row escape from permanent injury, or
death, last Thursday evening, when
he was run over by an Automobile.
The doctor left his office shortly after
eight o'clock, on his bicycle, bound
for the Baptist church.- On approach
ing 4th street he noticed an auto com
ing north from the Willmar hospital,
but he figured he had plenty of time
to cross the street ahead of the car.
As he crossed Fourth street, a boy on
a bicycle coming at full speed, darted
out from near the Capitol Shoe store.
Dr. Forssell saw that a collision with
the boy was almost certain to occur,
but he turned out, attempting to avoid
it. However the two wheels came to
gether, and the force of the collision
knocked1 the doctor to the ground.
Before he could arise, the machine
coming from the hospital, driven bv
Peter Olson of Svea, turned the cor
ner, and passed over him. He was
not touched by the wheels of the auto,
they passed on each side of him. He
was dragged quite a distance, how
ever.
Dr. Forssell was taken to the hos
pital, and after the extent of his
in-and
juries were ascertained, he was taken
home.
As this is written he is resting com
fortably and expects to be about in a
few days, altho his back,, which was
severely wrenched, still bothers him
MEEKER COUNTY REMAINS DRY
Judge Qvale Dismissed Contest and
Decided That Dry Majority
is 28 Votes.
The findings of Judge Qvale in the
county option contest were sent down
Saturday to the clerk of the court
The document is a lengthy one, recit
ing all the steps taken and particular
izing on all the disputed ballots. The
conclusions of the court are as fol
lows:
"As conclusions of law thereon I find
that the contestees are entitled to
judgment, declaring that the special
election held in and for Meeker coun
ty, Minnesota, on June 14th, 1915, was
in all respects regular. That at said
election a total of 3,259 votes or bal
lots were cast by that exact number
of electors of said county who voted
at said election that of the ballots so
cast there were 1,634 votes cast in
favor of prohibiting the sale of intox
icating liquors in said county and
1,606 votes were cast against prohib
iting such sale that the ten votes
enumerated in findings No. 6, 7 and
9 be rejected, and that the nine ballots
enumerated in finding No. 8 be not
counted either way as votes cast on
the question voted' upon at said elec
tion.
"That a majority of the votes at said
election were cast in favor of prohib
iting the sale of intoxicating liquors
in said county.
"That the contest be dismissed with
taxable costs and disbursements.
"Let judgment be entered accord
ingly."
The costs in the case, somewhere
between $50 and $100, will have to be
paid by the contestant, Wm. Shoultz,
unless he should appeal the case and
get a reversal, which is a very remote
possibility. The case may be consid
ered as finally settled.—Litchfield In
dependent.
Bids For Printing.
Sealed bids for publishing proceed
ings and financial statement of Inde
pendent School District No. 47 of Kan
diyohi county, Minnesota, for the ensu
ing year will be received by the Board
of Education at the office of the Super
intendent of Schools at the High
School building at 7:30 o'clock p. m.,
Thursday, Aug. 19, 1915: The Board
reserves the right to reject any or all
bids.
By order of Board of Education.
N. S. SWENSON, Clerk.
—Misses Doris and.'Elenore, and
Ashley Brown came in from the lake
Monday and visited with the Misses
Hazel and Edith Nelson.
—Mrs. J. F. Barrett spent last Sat*
urday visiting in the twin cities.
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TERMINAL GRAIN MARKETS.
Minneapolis, Aug. 10—Closing cash
prices: No. 1 hard wheat, 1.521-3 No.
1 Northern, 1.40 5-8 to 1.515-8 to ar
rive, 1.256-8 to 1.35 5-8 No. 2 North
ern, 1.366-8 to 1.48 6-8 No. 3 wheat,
1.27 5-8 to 1.44 6-8 No. 1 durum, 1.25
to 1.271-4 to arrive, 1.251-1 No. 2
durum, 1.201-4 to 1.221-4 No. 3 yellow
com, 81-811-2 other grades, 781-2
801-2c No. 3 white oats, 53-53 l-2c
No. 3 oats. 60-51 l-2c barley, 70-78c
No. 2 rye, 1.04-1.05 No. 1 flax, 1.671-4
1.691-4 to arrive, 1.671-4 to 1.691-4.
Duluth, Aug. 10—Closing prices:
Wheat on track, No. 1 hard, 1.48 No.
1 Northern, 1.43 to 1.47 No. 2 North
em, 1.41 No. 1 Northern- to arrive,
half of September, 1.121-4 dur
um on track. No. 1,1.231-4 to 1.261-4
No. 2, 1.211-4 to arrive No. 1, 1.20
1-4 linseed on track, 1.66 3-4 to ar
rive, 1.663-4 oats on track, 48c rye
on track, 95c to 98c to arrive, 95-98c
barley on track, 64-72c.
TERMINAL STOCK MARKETS.
So. St. Paul,-Aug. 10—Beef steers,
6.50 to 7.60 butcher bulls, 6.00 veal
calves, 5.00 to 10.00 butcher cows and
heifers, 4.85 to 7.00 cutters and can
ners, 3.75 to 4.75 hogs, 5.75to7.10
lambs, 6.50 to 8.50 ewes, 5.60to6.00.
Chicago, Aug. 10—Hogs, 6.00 to
7.65 pigs, 6.50 to 7.50 native beef
cattle, 6.10 to 10.30 western steers,
6?70 to 8.90 cows and heifers, 3.10 to
9.20 calves, 7.50 to 11.26 sheep, 6.20
to 7.00 lambs, 7.25 to 9.35.
Sioux City, Aug. 10—Hogs, 6.20 to
7.15 beeves, 7.00 to 9.00 cows and
heifers, 5.50 to 6.75 stackers and
feeders, 6.35 to 7.60 calves and year-
O I A
MRS. MARIA FRIDLUND.
Mrs. Maria Fridhind, widow of the
late Gustaf Fridlund of New London
township, passed away at the home
stead yesterday morning after an ill
ness in which she suffered much pain.
The funeral occurs this afternoon at
New London. The deceased is mourn
ed by a son, France Ardoff and family,
one brother, P. J. Nelson and family
of Nest Lake, and other relatives. J.
Emil Nelson, a nephew, of this city,
and Eugene Nelson of Minneapolis,
are attending, the funeral.
MRS. PETER SWENSON.
Mrs. Swenson, the wife of Nels Pet
er Swenson and mother of County
Commissioner C. J. Swenson of Kan
diyohi, and G. W. Swenson of Ray
mond, died at her home at 611 First
St., this morning. She has been sick
for a long time and death was not un
expected.
Gustava (Jongdotter) Swenson was
born in Orraryd, Nobbele parish, Sm&
land, Sweden, on the 15th day of Oc
tober, 1839. Here she was married
and here were born her two sons
above mentioned. Later she moved
with her husband to Ur&sa, and in
1882, they came to America, locating
on a farm at Kandiyohi. In 1893 the
son Charles, bought the farm and the
old folks moved to Willmar township
and three years ago became residents
of the city.
'The deceased was 76 years of age
leaves besides her sorrowing hus
band and two sons, a number of grand
children.
The funeral will take place next
Sunday morning at Tripolis. The fu
neral cortege will leave the residence
in this city at 9:30 o'clock.
Gun Club 8hoots.
Prizes have been hung up for the
best scores made by members of the
Willmar Gun Club, beginning with the
shoot held last evening and continu
ing for four weeks. The following
are the prizes, put up by the Dupont
Powder Co.: First prize, a Dupont
watch fob second, a Dupont souvenir
spoon, and third, fifty cents worth of
cigars. The following scores were
made in the first round for the prizes:
Shot at Broke
Robert Otterness 25
Melvin Johnson 25
Edward Lundquist 25
Buck Johnson 15
Ben Benson 25
F. Anderson 25
J. L. Johnson 25
Wm. Gabbert 25
C. Nelson 25
Arvid Carlson 25
And. Nordstrom 25
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Reception for Pastor.
Last Tuesday evening the members
of the Ebenezer congregation at Kan
diyohi gave a reception in honor of
their new pastor, Rev. Tillman and
wife, who recently arrived from Dud
ley, Iowa. A large number were in at
tendance, and a fine time was enjoyed
by all. Rev. and Mrs. Tillman were
presented with a sum of money by the
members of the congregation.
NEW LONDON.
New London, Aug. 10—Mrs. Arne
Skeie returned Friday from a visit
with relatives at Kerkhoven.
Miss Gertrude Thompson is enjoy
ing a two weeks' vacation from her
duties as central girl and is spending
the time at Eagle Lake.
Mrs. O. Hanson and daughter, Ruth
were Willmar visitors from Saturday
till Monday.
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. An
ton Jacobson on Saturday, July 31.
Misses Florence and Hattie .Mon
son, Alfie and Lila Olson and Inge
borg Hedeen and Ed* Lungstrom and
C. Hedeen spent last week at.the
Lungstrom cottage at Lake Andrew.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lundquist of St.
Louis visited recently at the home of
the former's brother, M. Lundquist.
Dr. H. Hanson left first part of last
week for Chicago where he will put
in a few weeks of study at a medical
college.
Mr. and Mrs. $. Brogren visited
with relatives at Benson and Kerk
hoven from Saturday till Tuesday.
A large number of New London peo
ple were in attendance at the Luther
League convention at Willmar.
Martin Anderson disposed of the
bakery business the first of last week
to James Greets who is the propri
etor.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Dr. .F. Porter, Dentistry, Carlson
Block.—Adv.
—Swan A. Nelson spent Sunday
visiting in Minneapolis.
Dr. C. E. Gerretson, Dentist, Loney
Block. Telephone 198.—Adv.
—Fermen BarbeV spent Sunday vis
iting at his home in Milaca.
—The Free Wagon goes to Candy
Bag No. 28 at Chase's.—Adv.
—Dr. J. c. Jacobs left last Sunday
for Rochester to spend several days.
—Miss Dolores Dahlheim of Minne
apolis is visiting at her home in this
city.
—K. T. Rykken and family spent
Sunday visiting with relatives in
Dovre.
—August Hoglund left this morning
for a couple of da%s* business trip to
the cities.
—Miss Alma Samuelson of Spicer
visited with friends in this city last
Saturday.
—J. H. Olson and family returned
Tuesday from a week's stay at Cres
cent Beach.
—C. M. Lambert of Lexa, Ark., is
visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Lambert.
—Mrs. D. A. Knock of Spicer visited
with relatives in this city last Satur
day and Sunday.
—Miss Margaret /Fuglaar of Minne
apolis spent Sunday visiting at the J.
F. Barrett home..
—Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brenden and
daughter of Benson spent Sunday vis
iting in this city.
—Miss Sadie Barrett entertained a
few friends this afternoon in honor of
Miss Hazel Lien.
—Mrs. W. M. Chase entertained the
members of the West End Birthday
Club his afternoon.
—Miss Annie Serlet of Marshall ar
rives Thursday for a visit with Mt»s
Gertrude Bartelsoifc
—Miss Anna Olipn of Grove City
arrived Tuesday evening for a visit
with friends in this city.
—Miss Myrtle Harrison of Kandi
yohi spent Sunday visiting with Mrs.
Anna Nelson in this city, v***$$&
(Paid advertisement.)
NOTICEv OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE WILLMAR BU8INES8 MEN'8 ASSOCIATION WILL, ON AND AF
TER THE 16TH DAY OF AUQU8T, 1915, OFFER FOR 8ALE AT THE OFFICE OF R. W. STANFORD, THE
SECRETARY OF 8AID ASSOCIATION, ON TH E 8ECOND FLOOR OF TH E OLD POST OFFICE BUILD-
ING, CORNER OF BEN80N AVENUE AND 5TH STREET, WILLMAR, MINNESOTA,THE FOLLOWING
CLAIMS AGAINST TH E FOLLOWING PER80N8, FOR THE AMOUNTS DESIGNATED HEREIN A8 FOL-
Nick Donohue, ....Willmar, Minn., ..........Clothing $ 6.30
A. B. 8perry, Willmar, Minn Clothing &50
W. H. Hollister, Ambrose, N. D...... .Groceries .. 26.87
H. Helmer, Pennoek, Minn., Groceries 19.00
Mrs. Olive Pursley, ..Willmar, Minn., ..Groceries 60.00
Geo. Hayange, ...South Shore, S. D., ..Groceries 5&S7
Geo. Snicker, Willmar, Minn., Groceries 4.75
Chas. A. Johnson,. .Willmar, 5th St Groceries 28.55
S. W..Larson,.. ........Willmar, Minn., Groceries 8.10
J. P. Kelley, .......Willmar, Minn., Groceries 70.10
John Tingvoid Benson, Minn., Groceries 35.00
John Mossberg Willmar, Minn., Groceries 3.75
A. J. Norin Morris, Minn., Groceries and interest 10.48
Mrs. Anna Backlund, Pennoek, Minn., Dry Goods and interest. 3.55
F. A. Tiegen, .Milan, Minn., Groceries and interest 107.30
Gunder Osmundson Willmar, Minn., Groceries and interest .26.4 4
Martin Peterson, Willmar, Minn., Groceries and interest 20.48
A. J. Applegren,. Willmar, Minn., Groceries and interest 13.34
Alfred Haroldson, ..Willmar, Minn., Groceries and interest 16189
Gunvold Stockland, Spicer, Minn., Dentistry 11.00
K. Samuelson, Willmar, Minn., ...Dentistry .. 20.00
Alfred Haroldson,, .Svea, Minn., Groceries 23.06
Chas. A. Johnson Willmar, 5th St, .Groceries .. 44.24
Henry Helmer, Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 16.65
T. O. Christian Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 11.25
A. J. Applegren, Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 17.49
Fritz Carlson, Milnor, N. D., .....Merchandise 16.94
Martin Peterson Willmar, Minn Merchandise 34.91
E. K. Lund Willmar, Minn., ..Fuel 15.50
Alvina Krogfors, .Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 4.00
T. O. Christian, Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 3.86
C. E. Wikel, Albert Lea, Minn., Merchandise 2.00
Knut Thompson, .....Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 8.83
A. A. Berg, Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 4.39
E. J. Stedin Beardsley, Minn., Merchandise .. 7.38
J. F. Walker. .....Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 13.01
F. F. Paulson S Paul, Minn., 279 Selby Ave., Merchandise and interest 10.33
A. E. Gilberg,... Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 6.63
J. P. Conway, Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 5.98
H. Den Adel, Raymond, Minn., Merchandise .. 15.24
Julia Floor, .Willmar, Minn., Merchandise 4.71
F. M. Cleary, Willmar, Minn., Clothing 4.00
Albert Soderling, Willmar, Minn Clothing, 2.00
Chester Nelson, Willmar, Minn., Clothing, Z2&
Francis Downs Minneapolis, Minn., N. W. Tel. Ex. Co.,Clothing 18,85
John M. Conway, Willmar, Minn., .Clothing 3.65
-Ed. Carlin, ... .Willmar, Minn., Clothing 6.50
Carl Bjork Willmar, Minn., Clothing, 12.88
Mike Murray, Willmar, Minn., Clothing 3.25
J. W. Conway, Willmar, Minn., Clothing 4.90
Ed. Anderson Willmar, Minn., Fifth S So.,...... .Clothing 5.25
A. J. Applegren, Willmar, Minn., Clothing 6.50
E. M. Asplund,. ..Pennoek, Minn., Clothing, 5.18
August Bjork, Willmar, Minn., Coal 3.70
C. F. Anderson, Willmar, Minn., .Coal 3.10
A. H. Brooks, Willmar, Minn., Coal .-. 7.80
Philip Gass, .....Willmar, Minn Wood 4,25
J. P. Kelly, Willmar, Minn ..Coal 14.50
Martin Miller, Willmar, Minn., Coal 5.00
E. J. Stadin, Willmar, Minn .Coal 10.20
George Wilson Willmar, Minn., Coal g.50
Chas. Johnson, Willmar, Minn., 5th St, Coal 9.30
W. F. Hanson Willmar, Minn., Coal, 14.30
D. B. Daugherty, Willmar, Minn Blacksmithing and interest 87.45
Vern Duntley, Willmar, Minn., Clothing 8.00
D. W. Marshall Willmar, Minn., Clothing 7.10
A. G. Danielson, Willmar, Minn, Merchandise 15.50
A. J. Applegren, Willmar, Minn Note 7.04
P. J. Conway, ... .^Willmar, Minn., Merchandise and Interest 7.60
Albert Gorwell 1.... .. Willmar, Minn., Merchandise and interest 1841
Mrs. Olive Pursley, .Willmar, Minn Merchandise and interest 43.40
Mrs. J. P. Kelly, ..Willmar, Minn., Merchandise and interest 38.04
Frank A. Holmberg, Willmar, Minn Coal 16.40
Otto Leslie Wauboy, 8. Dentistry 11.00
Mrs. Pearl Ives Ball,. Willmar, Minn. Dentistry 17.50
Geo. Wilson Willmar, Minn Dentistry 5.00
Axel Hanson Willmar, Minn., Dentistry 9.00
Mrs. G. Coppersmith, Willmar, Minn., .\ ..Dentistry 8.00
Alma Grue, ...Willmar, Minn Dentistry .'. 5.00
Sena Bjelkengren Willmar, Minn., Dentistry 13.00
Gust P. Dahl Murdoek, Minn., Dentistry 7.00
Martin Peterson Willmar, Minn., Dentistry 14.50
Alton Sperry Willmar, Minn., Dentistry 18.00
V. Duntly Willmar, Minn., Dentistry 30.00
G.,V. Snicker Willmar, Minn., Dentistry 11.00
There is hereby reserved the right to compromise or settle any of said claims or to dispose of any of them
at private sale prior to the time of said sale The right to reject bids and to withdraw claims from sale la here
by reserved.
—Miss Gladys Beck of Ortonville
will arrive Thursday for a visit with
Misses Myrtle and Celia Olson.
—The familiar figure of Warner
Norin is eeenjon our street again. He
returned from Canada last week.
—Miss Cora Johnson, returned to
her home at Cannon Falls after a visit
at the P. J. Gibson home in Svea.
—Mrs. E. N. Nelson and Miss Ag
nes Gabrielson left this morning for
a several days' visit in the twin cities:
'—Miss Bessie Hadley returned to
Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon after
visiting with Miss Sadie Barrett for a
week.
—Misses Sara Olson and Lois San
den returned Tuesday from a week's
visit with friends at Lake Minne
tonka.
—C. V. Olson, assistant cashier of
the State Bank at Makott, N. D., is
visiting at the N. G. Johnson home in
this city.
—Mr. and Mrs. Richard' Lundin and
sen spent several days last week visit
ing with relatives at Pennoek and
Mamre.
—Mrs. P. Halberg and daughter,
Signe of Wheaton, Minn., spent a few
days here last week visiting relatives
and friends.
—Druggist and Mrs. S. E. Peterson
and two children, and Miss Alma An
derson of Atwater, spent Sunday vis
iting here.
•—Mrs. Amanda Hakanson and son,
Albin came up from Minneapolis Mon
day evening for a visit with relatives
in this city.
~—Mrs. Ida Ringstrom returned to
her home at Belgrade Monday after a
few days' visit with her mother, Mrs.
Gust Peterson.
—Misses Hilma Enghind and Amy
Fridlund are visiting with Dr. andFriday
Mrs. C. E. Anderson at their cottage
at Green Lake.
—-Mrs. H. N. Hansen and children,
Mrs. Anna Nelson- and Mrs. Amanda
Hakanson visited with relatives at
Kandiyohi Tuesday.
—Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Johnson and
daughter, Lucille returned last Sat
urday evening from Minneapolis, mak
ing the trip by
WILLMAR BUSINESS MEN'8 ASSOCIATION.
—Miss Mabel Melby returned to
her home at Ashby Monday after
spending a week visiting with Miss
Mildred Severinson.
—Miss Helen Hogan left for Aber
deen, S. D., last Saturday, after spend
ing a few weeks visiting with her sis
ter, Mrs. Oscar Howell.
—Mr. C. V. Olson of Makoti, N. D.,
arrived last Monday afternoon for a
few days' visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. N. G. Johnson.
—Miss Christine Helgeson has ac-and
cepted a position in the dressmaking
department at Peterson and Wellin's,
beginning .work Monday.
—Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Van Dyke and
son, Lambert Have returned from a
visit with relatives at Pittsburg, Pa.,
and other eastern cities.
—Mrs. I. T. Cramer and daughter,
Myrtle left last Friday for a visit at
Glacier National Park, and with Roy
Cramer at Shelby, Mont
—Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlson- and
baby, Miss Geneva Hess and Archie
Carlson came in Saturday from a two
weeks' stay at Eagle Lake.
—Roy Carlson Louie. Halvorson,
Emil Aim, Russell Ackerman and Os-short
car Hedin are spending the week
camping at Crescent Beach..
—Prof. G. A. Lundquist of Pitts
burg, Pa., arrived this afternoon for a
visit with his mother at KandiyonI,
and with relatives in this city.
—Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlson and
daughter returned to Benson last Sun
day evening following a couple of
weeks spent here and at the lake.
—Mrs. James Webber and baby and
Miss Loretta Barrett returned Satur
day evening from a three weeks' visit
with relatives at Forest City, la.
—Mrs. L. F. Hodgson returned last
to Donnelly after visiting wtth
her son, Dr. L. B. Hodgson at Clara
City and with friends in WfOmar.
—Miss Clara Woods returned toJier
home in Minneapolis this afternoon,
following a couple of weeks' visit with
the Misses Edith and Haxel Lieds.
—Miss Lillie Johnson entertained
the
MJ.
F. at a four course luncheon
Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss
Hasel lien, A bride 4f W nrfflthi „--,
£#%&* -*3?Twi%'
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'-.
—Miss Kathryn Barrett returned to
St. Paul Tuesday afternoon following
a three weeks' visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barrett in this city.
—The Misses Catherine and Mary
Tew, Edna and Ethel Magnuson, Ber
nice Benson and Minnie Olson are en
joying an outing at Green Lake Beach.
Mrs. Magnuson is chaperoning the
party.
—Mr. and^Mrs. P. N. Nelson of Min
neapolis, Mr. and Mrs. C. Anderson
two daughters and Mrs. A. An
derson arrived Saturday to spend a
few-weeks at the Nels Nelson home
in Svea,
—Harold Sundt Blom, wno has been
visiting with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. O. M. Sundt, in this city, left
Tuesday afternoon for Redwood Falls,
where he has accepted a position as
piano player with the Obrecht Stock
Co./' •',..: :^:i,^-rx^-:-'••
—Reuben and WilHani, and Ella
Ekander, and the Misses Cora and
Myrtle Borgstrom arrived from Du
luth Tuesday evening. The trip was
made by auto. They report that Mr.
Ekander, who was seriously injured a
time ago, at Duluth, is on the
road to recovery.
—Mrs. N. Mclntyre entertained at
a parcel shower last Saturday evening,
in honor of Miss Hasel lien, a bride
of this month. The rooms were beau
tifully decorated with sweet peas, nas
turtiums and greens. The evening was
spent in asocial way, and delicious re
freshments were served. Miss Lien
was the recipient of many useful and
beautiful gifts. The guests numbered
forty-fire. 4$&&j£ 7
WEATHER BUREAU
Charles F. Marvin, Chief."
Weather Forecast for the Week Be
ginning Wednesday. Aug. 11. 1915. is
sued by the U. S. Weather Bureau,
Washington, D. C.
For the Plains 8tatss and
Mississippi Valley: Fair weather
four or five days, probably followed
by showers the last two or three days
of
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