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A Rioh Tie
nicely knotted and
peeking out of a good
style collar adds a lot
to the appearance of
your outfit. The rich
ties are here for you
to select from—all you
need do is ask to see
them. You want one,
two or more they
make their own ap
When you wear Interwoven
Hosiery you wear the best
—in black and all popular
shades. 25, 35 and 50c
Thorpe, May 15—Misses Alphia Ol
son and Esther Hedeen have been vis
iting at the Mittlestad home for a few
Yes Sir—Th Ne
One Ar Her
E. J. Strom is building a kitchen.
Ella Norsten left for her home at
Spicer Thursday of last week.
Walter Lundstrom hauled out a load
of goods- for H. C. Peterson Friday.
A number from here attended the
Y. P. S. at the Ed. Flann home, May
Ella Norsten spent a few days of
last week at the Stromme Johnson
Mrs. Mittlestad entertained a num
ber of young folks at her home Tues
The Ladies' Aid of the Norwegian
Baptist church will meet at Franklin
Gunner's Wednesday, May 17
The Ladies' Improvement Club will
meet at the Mrs. J. M. Carlson home
the last Thursday of this month.
On Wednesday, May 17, the north
and south schools of Dist. No 81 will
have their picnic at Lake Lillian.
The coffee social in the Baptist
church Wednesday evening was notNo.
very well attended. People are busy
Vivian Strom and Alice Anderson
Cream O Tartar
Derived from drapes
You can get your new Gordon Hat anytime now as all
the new styles are on display at this store.
There is a style here for your head and personality, and
priced to please your purse.
GORDON HATS $3.00
ed—a regular $6.50
value, special while th.y last at....9«MJU
STOJ?£- Of UAL
WILSON BROS. SHIRTS
Solve Your Shirt Problems
the best of everything
to eat at all hours.
GIVE US A TKIAL.
returned Monday evening from Tri
umph where they have just completed
an eight months' term of school.
They make shirts to meet every preference—for the
man who wants "bright ones" and for the man who
wants neat figures or stripes, in both cases they use
the best of materials and all are fast color. We have
their best styles in stock and they are the choice of
the majority of men around here. The new stripes,
plaids and neat small figures can be selected now at
$1 and 1.50
No "breaking in" of shoes when you buy from our
stocks. The leathers are thoroughly "seasoned" and
the construction throughout is perfect The shoe
holds its shape throughout its service which is in it
self, satisfaction to the particular man.
FOP Men and Young Men
Styles in underwear that please the majority of men
and are to be found in display in our store. You can
get any style you like in any favored materials and
size. We have the stocks that meet all perferences.
May 19th, the club will meet at the
cemetery to cut the grass and plant
flowers. All others' who are interested
may be present at that time also.
Saturday evening, May 6, while on
his way to the entertainment at Dist.
81, Louis Kicker's horses became
frightened at a pile of stones- near the
bridge, a half mile west of Thorpe and
upsiet the buggy. The same accident
happened to Naldo Johnson Sunday
evening. Neither of the parties were
injured. We wonder who the third
party will be.
Ringo Lake, May 15—A few friends
spent Tuesday evening with Mrs.
Robert Pohl visited over Sunday at
the Berg home.
Ed Carlson assisted Ernest Berg
one day last week.
Arnold Gustrud of Spicer called at
Ernest Berg and Robert Pohl made
a short call at Swenson's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carlson called at
the Dengerud home a week ago Sun
Mrs. Willie Ekblad of Spicer visited
a few days at the P. J. Ekblad home
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carlson attended
the social at the Bergeson home on
—Mrs. Findley will speak on.' Sun
day, May 21 as follows1: Paynesville
Presbyterian church 11 a. m. Haw
ick Presbyterian church 2:3© p. m.
New London Presbyterian church 8
The Right Baggage
It won't be long now until a great many
people will be starting out on vacations. The
proper baggage is an important item in the
mind of every traveler and vacationist—good
looking bags, suit cases and trunks that will
stand hard knocks are demanded: We sell
Bags and Suit Cases, $2.50—$12
Southeast Pahlun, May 15—Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Larson and children call
ed at the Frank Matson home Tuesday
Edward Larson transacted business
in Kandiyohi Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson autoed
to Willmar last Monday.
Elmer Johnson called at the Frank
Matson home Wednesday.
HihTur Solomonson has hired out to
Ed. Larson for the season.
Harry Larson and Johnny Solomon
son have purchased a horse.
Charlie Holmgren has commenced
work on his new residence.
Willie Larson has been assisting
Frank Matson for some time.
Frank Matson and Odin Anderson
autoed to Atwater last Monday.
The viewers of the proposed ditch
No. 8 were seen in this vicinity last
Miss Melvina Mathias of Kandiyohi
visited at her home for a few days
Bernard Holm of Kandiyohi sold
silos to Adolph Yick and John Ericson
Mrs. Augusta Buck of Minneapolis
is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Mary
Hemming Nelson and James Hanson
spent one day last week doing busi
ness in Willmar.
The Ladies' Aid of the Norwegian
Baptist church will meet with Mrs. F.
E. Gunner, May 17.
Quite a few from here attended the
sale at Kandiyohi last Friday. Every
body got a good bargain*.
Mrs. Harry Hawkins entertained
the Ladies' Aid of the Tromso Luther
an church last Thursday.
Wm. Gabrielson's house caught fire
last Tuesday, but Mr. Gabrielson dis
covered it before it had made any
The basket social given by the Mid
way Farmers' Club was well attended
and a good program was rendered dur
ing the evening.
Nintus Nelson and son, Johnny au
toed to Atwater last Saturday and
were delayed until Monday on account
of the bad weather.
Among those that have purchased
new buggies this season are Edward
Larson, Arthur Mattson, Walter Kllnt
and Martini Hawkinson.
FOR FIRE IN8URANCE Me L. 8.
Berg, Room I, Old Pott Office block.
You will save from IS to 20 per cent
of the Stands rates and get the beat
Insuranoe on earthr-Adr.
LOCAL AN E 8 0 N A
Dr. Albert W. Odell, Dentist, Metro
politan Bldg. 'Phone 47.—Adv.
Home made candy for sale. Call
H. T. Olson, monument dealer. Call
Dr. H. F. Porter, Dentistry, Carlson
A. H. Sperry has a few bushels of
good seed corn for sale.
Dr. C. E. Gerretson, Dentist, Loney
Block. Telephone 199.—Adv.
Barker's Antiseptic for Sweaty Feet
with bad odor, all druggists.—Adv.
—Paul Brandt of Murdock spent last
Thursday afternoon visiting in this
—Robert Anderson of the Anderson
Land Co, is the owner of a new Max
—Miss Agnes Peterson of Murdock
was a visitor in this city last Friday
—A. Samuelson returned to his home
at Spicer last Wednesday, after a short
stay in this city.
—Edmund Curran and Dan Burns re
turned last Wednesday from a few days*
stay in the cities.
—Mrs. O. Sondreson returned to her
home at Spicer last Thursday, after vis
iting here for a day.
—Ed. Pennington returned last Thurs
day afternoon from a couple of weeks'
visit in Minneapolis.
—A. Johnson and son, Arthur re
turned Thursday evening from a short
trip to the twin cities.
—B. T. Otos and Harry Otos returned
last Wednesday evening from a short
stay in the twin cities.
—Miss Anna Fridlund, who taught
near Hawick has completed the term of
school, and arrived from that place last
—Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Johnson and
daughter, Myrtle, left last Saturday af
ternoon for an over Sunday visit at
—Miss Evelyn Olson left Tuesday for
her home at Stillwater after visiting
for some time with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
—Ansgar Lundquist left Friday af
ternoon for Minneapolis, where he
spent the week end visiting with
—Misses Etta and Agnes Gabrielson
arrived Monday afternoon from Hawick
where they completed their term of
school last week.
—County Auditor Samuel Nelson has
joined the ranks of auto owners, last
week purchasing a Dodge car from the
local agent, J. Melvin Johnson.
—V. T. Berglund has entered partner
ship with Victor Forsberg, having pur
chased P. J. Persen's interest in the
Third Street Lunch Room and confec
—G. W. Elfstrum (Friday) and Vig
go Larsen left the middle of the week
for Lake Minnetonka where they will
be employed on the lake boats during
—I teach dressmaking and Ladies'
Tailoring and sewing. Bring your
material to Miss Bertha Gustrud and
you will have an up-to-date garment.
Annex of Willmar Green House.—Adv.
Preparedness is the watchword of
today. Not only against invasion,
but against misfortune. Young man,
young woman, prepare for a good po
sition by attending Mankato Commer
cial College, the great school of the
Northwest. For information send for
their free catalog.—Adv. 5-3-lmo.
WILLMAR TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17,1916
Are You Ijeady to Play Your Part?
HE power of a nation in time of need it the pro
I ducing power of her industries.
America must find out what this producing power
is and then develop it The capacity of every plant
must be gauged. The ability of every man must be known.
For War is Mechanical It is Electrical It is Chemical. It
is Mining, Manufacturing, Transportation. It is EVERY
phase of Engineering fused into a single industry—
"THE NATION'S DEFENSE."
Thirty thousand Engineer, today ate aerving YOUR COUNTRY
without p«y. Ther an making wrar of YOUR COUNTRY'S Indua
taal Reaouroea. W hdpng YOUR COUNTRY toFIND ITSELF
—and You! They an charting thechannels of commerce. Sounding each
source of supply. So that, should the Day break when War mutt come-
YOUR ARMIES thefieldwill be but the crest of a Ware of In
dustry.as wide as the AmericanContinent and as deep asthe American Soul.
That YOUR COUNTRY may know what the Engineer* are doing,
the AssociatedAdvertisingClubs of the World have pledged their services to
the President of the United States. And this advertisement, published free
by this paper, is part of a nation-wide series to secure.YOUR co-operation
wkh the Engineers. "WHAT CAN I DOT"
This is, doubtless, the auestkm you are salens yourself. Hen is die
answer: If you area manufacturer co-operate fully with the Engineers so
they can do their job quickly and efficttntly if you area working man
betpyour employerto help the Engineersand be prepared, if so needed, tobe
a Soldier in Industry, behind thefiringline,which is not as important asbeing
a soldier on thefirmshoe if you area business man or a professional man.
or whoever you are. help mobilize "GOOD WILL" behind this patriotic
task of the Engineers behalf of National Defense and International Peace.
COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS OF THE
NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD OF THE UNITED STATES
in co-opeialioo with
The Ameneaa Society et CM Enaneets TkeAmencan SocietyolMediaakalEagineeai
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/es 39m Stmt. New Y«r'
Spicer-on-Green Lake, May 16—Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Hamnes are the hap
py parents of a baby boy, born last
A. Samuelson was at Willmar Fri
day between trains'.
Mrs. Clark of Irving was a guest
of Mrs. O. Sonderson last week.
Mrs. Chas. Swenson was at Willmar
between trains Friday and Saturday.
Silas Johnson returned Friday from
Boyd, where he has spent some time.
Chas. and Gust Ahlberg of Willmar,
spent a couple of days here last week.
Erwin Nelson of the Willmar Semi
nary, spent the week end at his home
Bert Sullivan returned Friday from
Waseca, where he has spent some
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnson
were Willmar visitors Friday between
Ole Thorpe and Wm. Ekblad left
Friday on a business trip to Thief Riv
Miss Ella Norsten who has been
teaching school near Atwater, arrived
Henry Martini and son, Harry plant
ed trees for several parties in town
the past week.
Joseph Johnson is at present haul
ing cream for the Vacuum Dairy Pro
Miss Hilma Ekander returned to
Willmar Friday after spending a few
days at the lake.
Victor Swenson is making tne
rounds finding out the value of the
farmers these days.
Mrs. N. Negaard returned to. Kerk
hoven Thursday after a day's visit
with relatives here.
Miss Sigrid Orson of Irving is at
present assisting Mrs. A. K. Anderson
with the house work.
Mr®. W. C. Hendrickson and Miss
Mary Price were Willmar visitors Sat
urday between trains.
Nels Olson of Thief River Falls vis
ited with his daughter, Mrs. Gena Jac
obson, the past week.
John Norden returned Friday from
Bemidji, where he visited his sons,
Ernest and Carl for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Hodenfjeld of Clear
Lake, Iowa, were guests of relatives
at Willmar and Spicer last week.
Miss Esther Holt arrived home on
Wednesday from Burbank, where she
closed a successful term of school.
Miss Clara Kloster arrived home
Saturday after closing a successful
term of school southwest of Willmar.
Miss Minnie Gustafson has closed a
successful term of school north of
New London. She arrived home last
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thorvig had their
infant son baptized last Sunday eve
ning. He received the name Manford
L. Z. Thompson is having a resi
dence built on his lots in the north
part of town. Henry O. Thorvig and
Ole Haverly are doing the work.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Kloster returned
last Tuesday from a visit with their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
N. O. Aarrestad at Hanley Falls.
Rev. and Mrs. I. A. Johanson visited
relatives in the cities a few days last
week. The former returned Wednes
day evening and the latter Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson arrived
here last Wednesday from George
town, Texas, and are staying with the
former's brother, John Carlson and
Mr. and, Mrs. Nels Erickson, who
have made their home here for a num
ber of years, departed Monday for
Nevis, Minn., where their three sons
live. They have rented their house
here to Joe Johnson and family.
N IRRITABLE, fault finding disposition is often
due to a disordered stomach. A man with good
digestion is nearly always good natured. A
great many have been permanently cured of stom
ach troubles by Chamberlain's Tablets after years
of suffering. These tablets strengthen the stomach
and enable it to perform its functions naturally.
Try them. They only cost a quarter.
Lake Lillian', May 16—Lars Nord
strom of Willmar visited here last
week. He will leave in the near fut
ure for Hutchinson to work on the
Luce Electric Line.
Sunday was a very quiet day here.
Sheriff Bonde made a call here on
Richard Julius was a guest at Will
Miss Vera Hed visited friends Sun
John Leeberg was seen at Bird Is
Oscar Linn has lately made improve
ments on his barn.
Charles Nelson spent the week end
at the Aspaas home.
Andrew Sweedin was recently oper
ated upon in the cities.
Arthur Eastman was a guest at
Svea Tuesday evening.
G. H. Anderson was employed at Ole
E. Erickson's last week.
William Lundquist has started farm
ing on an eighty acre farm.
Albert Johnson is assisting Charles
Nelson in breaking his* forty.
Miss Esther Ericksons visited at the
Lars Erickson home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Johnson were
Svea visitors Tuesday evening.
Miss Esther Anderson assisted at
the John Flann home last week.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Lundquist Sunday, May 7.
Miss Esther Williams of St. Cloud
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Albert Wal
R. W. Julius and C. F. Foreman
motored to Olivia Saturday on busi
V. Lundquist of near Bird Island
made a call at H. P. Peterson's Thurs
A number of steel bridges are at
present being made across the county
Fred Berglund was a caller at the
Julson home Sunday. Fred is always
Victor Anderson of Montana visited
at the Albert Nelson home the past
Andrew Holmgren recently took
down his windmill. They are a thing
of the past.
P. J. Person and Arthur Lindblad
of Willmar called at Peter Blomgren's
O. F. Forsman and Hank Aspaas
were business callers at Bird Island
Miss Hattie Kalberg and Melvin
Root were Minneapolis guests a few
days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Mattson are the
proud parents of a daughter, born to
them Sunday, May 7.
The basket social at District No. 5
was postponed Saturday evening and
will be held tonight.
A viewer was seen along the county
ditch in the rain Saturday. We have
not heard the report.
Mrs. R. Julius visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Blomquist in Rose
land township Friday.
Arthur and Albert Peterson purchas
ed an Overland automobile from Mel
bye and Strom of Thorpe.
Services at the Fahlun Baptist
church next Sunday morning and eve
ning by Rev. E. O. Erickson.
C. E. Melbye and Rev. Jacobson of
Thorpe attended the social at the Bap
tist church Thursday evening.
Don't forget the date that Kellogg,
Stevens and Van Sant will speak in
Willmar, Friday evening, May 19.
The Philathea and Baraca classes
of the Baptist church decided Tues
day evening to have a picnic in June.
Mrs. Ole E. Erickson and daughter,
Anna are staying in Willmar where
Anna is under the care of Dr. Fors
Dan Lawler has again filed for U. S.
Senator. We wonder if he wants to
be elected or did he file because he
was used to it.
Misses Ellen Julson, Vera Hed, Olof
Julson and Melvin Root attended the
Piking Club at the G. Julson home
near Olivia Saturday evening.
Geo. H. Anderson made a flying
trip to Willmar Friday on his Excel
sior motorcycle to see C. M. Nelson,
who is ill at the Willmar hospital.
The sum of ten dollars were real
ized at the social at the Baptist church
Thursday evening. C. B. Melbye of
Thorpe delivered an interesting
Misses Vera Hed and Ellen and Olof
Julson had a runaway when returning
home from church Thursday evening.
A broken single tree and1 neckyoke
strap was the damage.
Miss Viola Lindquist of Willmar,
who has spent the last month at An
drew Holmgren's, returned to that
place where she will visit before going
to North Dakota to live with her par
The Lake Lillian base ball team
would like to hear from neighboring
teams. Following is the lineup: Theo
dore Renstrom, George Johnson,
Edward Anderson, lb Fred Myers,
2b Charles Harding, 3b Richard
Johnson, ss August, Willie and Oscar
Erlck England of Willmar, who has
spent three weeks on his farm near
Bird Island, made a call on the writer
when on his way to the county seat.
He declares that the Luce Line will
be here in the near future. The com
pany has already enough rails to build
the road to the Lake Lillian station.
A noise was heard Tuesday evening
as if it was the beginning of war, but
looking towards the road, Richard
Julius was seen with his Hupmobile,
with a wagon behind. He was on his
way to Willmar to get a load of fence
wire. Mr. Julius* trip was a success
so he returned with his automobile,
wagon, wire and all.
Svea, May 16—Services at the usual
Mission meetings are being held at
Tripolis the first of this week.
Mrs. S. M. Swenson spent a few
days last week at Minneapolis^
The Young People's Society held
their regular meeting Friday evening.
Funeral services will be conducted
tomorrow when Mrs. Nicholas Bengt
son will be buried.
Miss Florence Olson was at Will
mar last week assisting her grand
mother, Mrs. Lars Moline.
Several people from Willmar attend
ed the coffee social at J. P. Johnson's
Thursday. Over twenty dollars was
Miss Florence Olson and Mr. Walt
er Skoglund were appointed substitute
delegates to the Luther League con
vention to be held at Beckville, June
Keep the little ones healthy and
happy. Their tender, sensitive bodies
require a gentle, healing, harmless
remedy in the spring. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea is a safe tonic
remedy, thoro but not injurious. 35c
Money to Loan.
We now represent several of the
beet Farm Loan) Company's. If you
need a Harm loan, write or call on
Thorpe ft Rykken.
Tribune Wafl-T*** Bring
Carbo Steel Fence
Supports Will Stand This
JOHN L. GRUE
The F. Wanous property just west
of the village was sold to E. Sivers of
Irving recently. Mr. Sivers has mov
ed into the same now.
Maud and John Adams arrived here
from Virginia last Thursday where
they have spent the winter. They
went out to the home of their mother,
Senator Lobeck of Alexandria, spoke
at the Norwegian' Lutheran church
Saturday evening, May 6, under the
auspices of the Citizen's League of
The following have been patients at
the Sunnyside hospital the past week:
Miss Helen Espeseth of Norway Lake,
Carl Ohesness of Irving and Mrs. Arne
Larson of this village.
Mrs. G. N. Nordlie and two sons of
Belgrade have purchased the P. Iver
son residence property on Douglas
street and will move here to reside.
Mrs. Nordlie is the mother of G. 0.
and Louise Nordlie of this village.
THA I HANDLE
TIRES, TUBES, CHAINS,
A minstrel show will be given by
the New London band boys under the
direction of Elmer Broberg at the New
London Opera House, Wednesday and
Thursday evenings, May 17 and 18.
They will also go to Belgrade Friday
evening, May 19 and Paynesville Mon
day evening, May 22.
A N OTHER AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES
J. Melvin Johnson
New London, May 15—John Dokken
has sold his new residence and prop
erty in the northeast part of the vil
lage to C. Peterson of Lake Florida,
who will move into the same this
month. The consideration was $1,800.
Mr. and Mrs. Dokken will move to
Montana where they have purchased
two quarter sections relinquishment.
C. L. Hedeen of Biwabik visited
here recently with his mother.
The Frank Covell family has moved
into the S. E. Bengtson residence.
Stenbakken Bros, are having a gar
age erected just east of the livery
V. E. and E. E. Lawson of Willmar
visited recently at their parental home
The S. E. Bengtson and John Bengt
son families departed last week for
their new home at West Brook, Minn.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Kambestad Thursday, May
Peter Rose has spent the past week
at Willmar with his wife who is un
der medical aid at the hospital at that
The Farmers' Store is having a ma
chine shed erected on their lot south
of the livery barn, which they recently
A. T. Thorne, who is employed by
the Deere & Webber Company of Min
neapolis, visited at his home here a
few days ago.
Mrs. M. Van Vorst and two children
of White Salmon, Wash., are here for
a visit at the home of Mrs. Van Vorst'a
father, P. Broberg.
W offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J. CHBNBT ft CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
Cheney for the last 16 yean, and beUeve
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting- directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 76 cents per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists.
Sake Hairs Family Pills for
But this is only a smallf
feature compared to the|
other good points.
—They won't burn.
—They protect to I
—They drive easily andj
—They stay where put
—They won't rot
And added to all these ea-j
tares, they will last as longs
as any fence—probably
All these points make them the?
cheapest and best fence post or 1
support that you can buy.
They are in stock here ready,
for you. Don't buy any other kinC:
of post until you see these.
aid every Saturday
Music by Moore's Orchestra
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