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$ 2 per Year VOLUME 2 6 VV BAND CONCERT THIS THURSDAY EVENING The band concert this week will be given Thursday e\emng at the Court House eiounds This owins to the engagement ot the band to pla\ at the big political gathering ne\t Satur day. Last Satine nisht-• (Oiueit drew an immense uowil autos tilled with people lined the c. omt House grounds on all sidt^ lhutor Hobbie and his band b\ to be coinpl mented on the piosrre^s tlu\ are mak ing. —O W Odell and Heniv Stenson motored to Spurn on biibineob ester dav THURSDAY FRIDAY Norma Talmadge in "THE WOMAN GIVES" Some women mve Some women take. Woman i«, tuner the saha tion or destruction ot man Comedy— Calling His Bluff" SATURDAY Olive Thomas in TOOTLIGHT AND SHADOWS' With his own ke\ he admitted him self to her apaitment and tho a stranger '-he announced hun a rel ati\e Then tl complications be gan Comedy—"DARING DANGER" MONDAY TUESDAY BIG SPECIAL! Jiggs and Maggie in "BRINGING UP FATHER" Come and ^ee Ji-rgs ah\ on the screen in his hrst two leel comed\ entitled "JIGGS IN SOCIETY" Mso a big special '•THE LUCK OF THE IRISH" Out of his tanu«uic woild ot shod feet. Grogan bihlt diearns about one pair L\er\ da\ at tour lock they passed his basement window Don't miss this wonderful -how WEDNESDAY The Willmar Dramatic Art Club Presents "THE COUNTRY KID" A comedv diama under the aus pices ot the Kandijohi Countv Health Vssociation Reserved seats 73c General ad mission 50c COMING— "Polly of the Storm Country." Earl Williams in The Fortune Hunter" Mack Sennett's f.ve part special, "Down on the Farm" Strictly Modern •*+*+-5 I I W.D.A.C.WILLGWE A COMEDY DRAMA Benefit of Auto Fund for the Coun ty Nurse. .Russell Curran Takes Leading Role The Willmar Dramatic Art Club will present, "The Country Kid," a three act comedy drama, under the auspices of the Kandiyohi County Health Association, at the Willmar Opera House. Wednesday, May theMce 26th Matinee at 3 00 and even-, mg performance at S*30 Tick ets now being sold several mem bers of the Red Cross The exchange for resei\ed seatt will start Monday, Mav L'-lth at the Halhn Drug Store The proceeds will be used to assist pa\ me: tor auto used the County \ur-e Russell Cunan playing the title role ot the plav promises to be a* great success When it comes to playing a tomeih role lea\e it to Russell Cur lan \I\sterv—Who is the Detective in till plj\ 9 Cast Tom Cunningham—Joseph Lonien. Frank Blandon—A.ithur Swenson. Hill TaUor— \llen Wallin Zeben Cunningham—Carl Wallin. Rueben (The Country Kid)—Russell Curran Jim Jones—Earl Curran. Sheriff—Earl Curran Mrs Zeben Cunningham—Mrs. Dave Johnston Mis Frank Blandon—Mary Tew Chick-Eleanor Swenson. (Scene 1) lome (Scene (Scene (Scene mil (Scene (Scene Frank Blandon's city vC^ 2) Country road Intel lor countij home. Act III intenor of old powder 1) 2) 3) Country road. Intenor country home. CAR REPAIRERS HIT BY FALLING CAR DOOR \\el Hansen and Ole Sletten of the will also be Eastern Star May Party THE WILLMAR HOSPITAL Conducted by DR. B. J. BRANTON Tha WUlmax Hospital Visiting Hours:—2 to 4 p. m. The Eastern Star will give a May party tor children next Friday even ing at the Masonic Temple. A pro mam will be given commencing at 7 clock St. John's Ladies' Aid For the Treatment of All Non-Contagious Diseases Corner Becker Avenue and Fourth Street Hats priced Early in the Season The St John's Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs Rusten on Thursday afternoon, May J9. Everyone wel come. OFFICE HOURS: 1 to 4 p. 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 12 m. to 1 p. m. TELEPHONE NUMBER 122 from $5.00 to $18.00 are going at a BIG REDUCTION" W are helping to reduce the high cost of dressing by reducing these hats below cost. A Special Bargain Counter Ranging to $8.00 to be sold at $2.00 A large assortment of White Sport Hats Ver Special $5.0 0 THE HAT SHOP dt 315 Pacific Avenue I pushed bv on the repair track, and it LUTHERAN CONGREGATIONS so happened that the car door dang ling trom its broken fastenings, fell on them, striking them both, on theirj let?s They were taken to the hospi tal and had their bruises attended to b\ the doctor No bones were broken Special Maternity Facllites FARMER LAD IS DRAWN MCMARIAI RAY E a bynopsis community is invited to attend a Sol Jj dier Mass meeting at the Court House scene—Countn Home Thursday, May 20, 1920, at eight p. Cieat Northern repair track force optics \ou prefer This peti we.e quite severely hurt during the INTO MANURE SPREADER! IwMI VIUflL tf A 1 Six-Year-Old Axel Thorson Has Narrow Escape.—Badly Lacerated Little Axel Thorson. the six year old son of Mr and Mrs. Anton Thor son, was \ery severely hurt and had a very narrow escape from fatal injury a manure spieader on his father's tarm east of Willmar last Saturday. It seems that the boy had come in close proximity to the spreading de just at the time his father start ed the spreader The pegs on the cUindex caught the little fellow in the sleeve of his coat and drew him that the spreader had not attained full speed enabled the lather to stop quick 1\ or the boy would have met a worse tate SOLDIER MEETING THURSDAY NIGHT Legion's Fourfold Optional Plan of Bonus To Be Dis cussed Soldier leadjustment, as covered by the Legion Fourfold Optional Plan of Beneficial Le^is-lauon now before Con gress will be discussed and the senti ment ot the men present will be em bodied in a csolution which will be ti insmitted to Minnesota members of Congress The Legion Fourfold Optional Plan provides for choice of one of the follow ing options' 1) Land Settlement Aid. 2) Home Aid 5) Vocational Training (4) Adiusted Cash Compensation— Based on Length of service Be suie to attend this meeting and vote on the resolution to be transmitted to \our representatives in Congress You aiie up over into the machine. The fact and decorate them. A committee The injured lad was taken to the Willmar Hospital and his injuries at tended to He is badly cut in the head, shoulder and arm It was thot at first that the arm would have to be amputated but at this writing Axel is doing Tery nicely and will recover. to indicate which ot a noon hour last Fndav, in a most un- passage ot benehcial legislation which usual \\a\ The were sitting on a we all so much desire tiuck as an injured car was being r-rwnnrn \TIAMP ARE COMING TO THE RESCUE Answering the cry of 30,000,000 des perately destitute and starving fellow men in 15 European countries, more than 1.&C0 Lutheran congregations in Minnesota are today in the midst of the greatest campaign ever launched bv the Lutheran Church in the world. The state is organized, county, city and district chairmen are named, and the appeal, which was formally launch ed last Sunday, will continue to May 16th, or as much longer as is neces sary to reach the state quota of $228, 000. The national goal is $1,800,000 "I am haunted," said Dr. John L. Nuelsen of Zurich, Switzerland, who has just arrived to the United States from a careful study tour of all thenumber European countries, "by the sight of pale, caA-worn, pinched faces of mothers, ty the sight of emaciated, half-dressed, sickly, starving children all over Europe. If you will draw a line thru the devastated areas of Bel gium and France from North to South East thru Germany, Switzerland and North Italy into Austria-Hungary, Albania, Servia, Checko-Slovakia, Po land, then farther East thru the Bal kan states, Russia, thru Siberia and the Indian Ocean, you will find hard ly one child in 1000 that is normal physically. "No help to helpless victims of hunger, sickness, and diseases in Eu rope was ever more needed than just now, and Christians in America, who never were more prosperous, will have to account to the eternal law of justice and mercy, if their response at this time is not early and generous." Anticipating the time set for the ap peal, which is to be made thruout the entire country Simultaneously with the Minnesota campaign, many per sons have not waited for the fixed time, but have sent in liberal contri butions to the fund, Rev. G. Keller Rubrecht, Minneapolis, State Director, reports Coffee Social The regular monthly coffee social of the Bethel Ladies' Aid will be held Thursday afternoon of this week. The following ladies*compose the serving committee: Mesdames Andrew Han son, A. Brown, Wm Johnson, "V. Lawson, Eben Lawson, Oscar Lund quist, Otto Strom, Albert Shoberg, Andrew Ostrom, and Oscar Wahlquist. A cordial invitation to all. Mrs. Radue "Surprised" Mrs F. A. Radue at 526 Third St. was made the object of a pleasant surprise last Saturday afternoon by a number of her lady friends She was presented with a set of sherbet glasses as a memento of the occasion. A delicious lunch was served, covers being laid for twelve. Vinje "Goes Over the Top" Treasurer Struxness of the Vinje Lutheran church announces that the congregation has gone over the top in their World Service Campaign now under way. Vinje's allotment was $442. The amount raised is $447.50. Arctander Resident Dead R. Engen of Actander died at his ARRANGEMENTS Veterans of Three Wart Join in Planning Observance of May 31 Memorial Day will be observed at Willmar on Monday, May 31. There will be a program and parade during the afternoon. The 30th of May falls upon Sunday this year, hence the hol iday will be observed on Monday. In the morning members of each of the service organizations will visit the graves of their departed comrades from the Legion has been appointed to do this, while the other organiza tions will go in a body. In the afternoon, at two o'clock a parade will take place The march ers will be the Willmar Band, mem bers of Col Heg Post G. A R., mem bers of Col. Roosevelt Camp United Spanish War veterans, Fife and Drum Corps and veterans of the World War. The line of march will be east on Becker Ave to Fourth St thence north to Litchfield Ave east to Third St., north on Third to Pacific Ave., west on Pacific to Sixth St south to Litchfield Ave east to Fifth St., thence to the court house, where the band will render a short program. At torney R. W Stanford will deliver an address on the court house grounds, following the concert. Officers of th American Legion wish it clearly understoond that every vet eran of the World War is invited to attend on the 31st and take part in the parade, whether a member of the Legion or not. KNIGHTS TEMPLARS MADE SPLENDID SHOWING SATURDAY The Knights Templars' convocation at Willmar last Saturday evening was a brilliant affair. The special train from St. Paul bringing 1*0 Knights arrived at 5:30 o'clock. A parade was formed at the depot and march ed thru the streets of the city to the Masonic Temple, headed by the Will mar Band. The local lodge had fifty men in line, Litchfield about forty and Morris twelve. The uniforms and white plumes worn by the Knights made a showy parade, and added col or to the large Saturday evening crowd on the streets, as the visitors mingled with local citizens. A fine banquet was served to the visitors by the ladies of the local commandery. Three candidates were initiated— S O. Diffendorf, Dr. H. F. Porter and Frank Sather. The tram with the St Paul visitors left on the re-Sunday turn trip at 4:30 o'clock a. m. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF WILLMAR HIGH SCHOOL home last Friday May 14th. A more I pall bearers were W. O. Wilson, F. A extended obituary will appear next RaDue, L. Keating, Fred Lindquist, week. Ed. Bjerke and H. M. Weiby. MONUMENT BARGAINS The city schools close May 28. The High School Commencement takes place at the Park Auditorium on Fri day evening, May 28. Everybody is invited, but a nominal fee of 15 cents will be charged to help pay expenses of hall. It is expected that there will be forty-one graduates, altho the exact will not be known until after examinations The baccalaureate services take place Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church, Rev. Swan Mattson of the M. E. church to de liver the sermon. The following is the program for the commencement exercises: Commencement program at Fair Grounds Auditorium. 1. Invocation Reverend F. H. Oehler. 2. Song—"Morning Invitation" Veszio High School Chorus. 3. Salutatory Lilly Lindberg. 4 Song—"Lift Thine Eyes" Mendelssohn Misses Ida Carlson, Myrtle Tinker, Elva Traphagen. 5. Commencement Address—"What Constitutes a Man's Capital" Reverend Wilbur R. Keesey. 6 Song—"Sweet Miss Mary" Neidlinger Girls' Glee Club. 7. Presentation of Graduates to School Board Supt. Geo. O. Brohaugh. 8.. Awarding of Diplomas S. B. Qvale, President Board of Ed ucation. 9. Valedictory-_-Florence Carlson. 10. Song—"Indian Cradle Song"— Clark Girls' Glee Club. 11. Benediction Rev. G. N. Tegnell. OBITUARY JAMES E. COOPER E.workeds Jame E. Cooper, a barber who has at Willmar during the past three years, being employed in the Cramer- shop, passd away very sud denly last Thursday morning from acute Bright's disease. He worked until shortly before his death. The deceased was a native of Schanney Town, Illinois, where he was born March &, 1884. His parents died when he was a boy. His youth was spent at Canby and. he continued to live there and later at Litchfield, before moving to Willmar. He was married to Tina Nicolay in 1907, and she sur vives him with* twin children, Her chien and Irene, nine years old. They command the sympathy of the com munity in their trouble. There are two sisters, Bessie and Alice Cooper and an aunt, Mary J. Whitford. The funeral occurred last Sunday afternoon from the First Methodist church. Rev. L. C. Benson officiating. Interment took place at Fairview. The PAHLUN BAPTIST CHURCH J. S. Nordell, pastor. Thursday prayer meeting at 8 p. m. Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Swedish services at 11:30 a. m. and at 8 o'clock p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 7 o'clock p. m. SVEA LUTHERAN Rev. J. B. Sorenson, pastor. Communion services Sunday at 10:30 p. m. Song services by the confirmation class at 8 p. m. School will begin in the east route Monday, May 24th. SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH Prayermeeting Thursday at 7:45. Next Sunday: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Sermon in Swedish at 10:45 a. m. Young Peoples' meeting at 7 p. m. Services in English at 8 p. m. A cordial melcome to all. GREEN LAKE CHURCH Rev. E. B. Gynild, pastor. Services next Sunday, May 23rd, at 10:30 a. m. Y. P. S. in the evening at 8:00 p. m. The Girls' Society meets at Oscar Jacobson's next Friday evening, May 21st. SWEDISH METHODIST EPISCOPAL Swan W. Mattson, pastor. Pentecost signifies power thru pray er. Prevailing prayer with one accord is the secret. The church of today may have it, if we pay the price. Wor ship with us Sunday morning at elev en o'clock. Service in Swedish. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Rev. T. M. Findley's charge. Sunday, May 23rd. Spicer 10:45 a. m. Burbank at 3 p. m. No services in the evening at New London on account of the Baccalaur eate services. Sunday school at Burbank just be fore sermon. LUTHERAN FREE CHURCH Rev. Nicolay Nilsen, pastor. Worship Pentecost Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sunday school and Bible class at 9:30. Prayer meeting Thursday even ing. Confirmation class Saturday at 10:00 a. m. Dorcas Society next Wed nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bassebo. St. John's Church. Services Pente cost, May 23rd, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. MAMRELUND CONGREGATION C. O. Bergquist, pastor. Services in the Mamre church next at 11 a. m. Sunday school and Bible class in Pennock at 10. Erening service in the English lan guage at Pennock at 8 p. m. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Geo. Holteen, Friday, the 28th. The Lutheran Brotherhood will meet at the same place in the even ing. UNITED LUTHERAN SYNOD Arnt Vaaler, pastor. Sunday, May 23rd Services in English at 10:30 a. m. No evening service. Services in Vikor at 3:00 p. m. The East Vinje Ladies' Aid meets at the home of Herman Tallakson on Thursday, May 27th. The annual meeting in Vikor will be h~ld on Thursday, May 27th, at 10 a. m. The catechumens meet every Satur day at 10:00 a. m. and at 2:00 p. m. SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE ELIZABETH A. Paulson, pastor. Evangelist Eric Anderson of Min neapolis will conduct a series of gos pel meetings ths church beginning May 26th and continuing for about three weeks. There will be meetings every night except Saturdays. Fore noon as well as evening meetings will be in English. There will be special singing. Come and hear the gifted and successful evangelist. SWEDISH MISSION CHURCH Basement of Masonic Temple G. N. Tegnell, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning service (Pings tpredikan) 10:45 a. m. Evening service at 8 p. m. There will be a special song service in the evening. The Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Engwall on their farm one mile east of the State farm on Thursday of this week between the hours of 2:30 and 6 p. m. Everybody invited to attend. BETHEL LUTHERAN Cor. Becker Ave. & Second St. S. Jesper Holmquist, pastor. Next Sunday this year's class of catechumens will be confirmed. The services begin at 10 o'clock. There will be no Sunday school or evening service. The following Sunday, the 30th, there will be communion ser vices and reception of new members in the forenoon and a confirmation re union service in the evening when Rev C. O. Bergquist of Pennock will speak. Specfal music at all these services. The regular monthly meeting of the Bethel Ladies' Society will be held Thursday afternoon of this week Lunch served to the general public. A cordial invitation to all to attend our meetings and services. Will sell monuments at a great reduction of price. Don't Lose this Opportunity. Call at Second Door West of Carlson Bros. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH J. Renwick McCullough, pastor. 10:30 a. m. Mr. Neil Shannessey of Minneapolis will occupy the pulpit. 12:00 m. Sabbath school. 3:30 p. m. Junior C. E. meeting. ^4f^ l^^'^v^^P^^P^^^^ i^^t^**®?? FATAL ACCIDENT BEFALLS BOY Arnold Edwards Falls on Knife Whick Penetrates to Vital Spot A sad and distressing accident hap pened at the home of Mr. and Mrsand Nels Edwards at 156 Litchfield Ave. E. last Saturday when their little nine-year-old son. Arnold, met with death in a sudden and unexpected manner. While at play, shortly be fore noon the boy with an open pock et knife in "his hand was on his way to cut a whistle from the willows which grow at the rear of the premis es, when he stumbled and fell. The fall happened in such a way that the blade of the knife, was driven into his left side. The unfortunate little fel low got up, ran to the house and on reaching his mother upstairs dropped to the floor and died. The doctor was summoned and on examination found that a blood vessel had been cut and that the boy had died from internal bleeding. The boy was subject to leakage of the heart, and had had fainting spells. It is indeed a severe blow to the parents and particularly so to the mother, who was in a delicate condi tion. She was taken to the hospital where she gave birth to a child the day following. Arnold Stanley Juden Edwards was born in Willmar October 51, 1910. He was a pupil in the second grade at the Central school building. Besides his parents he is jnourned by four broth ers and sisters, Nora, Anna, Leonard and Joseph. The funeral took place from the Sy nod Lutheran church yesterday and was conducted by Rev. A. J. Vaaler. The pall bearers were Irvin Olson, Walter Olson, Kern Anderson and Richard Struxness. The sympathy of all is given the be reaved family in this their unexpected sorrow. EIGHTY-FIVE CHILDREN WERE EXAMINED TODAY Eighty-five children were examined today at the nutritional clinic held un der the auspices of the Kandiyohi Public Health Association. Dr. Batch elder and assisted with the help of County Nurse, Miss Imsdahl, did the work. The clinic was a great success, and will be a great help to the moth ers who came with their children. Dies From Drinking Lye A tragedy occurred at the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fallstone home a short distance west of Canby, which caused the death of their bright 11 months old baby, Sunday. Last Thursday, the little one in some unaccountable way, got hold of a box of concentrated lye and ate some of the poison. The child was brought to the local hospital, where everything that human aid could do. was done, but without avail. Sunday the spirit of the baby winged its flight. —Candy News. Celebrated May 17th. The Sons of Norway Lodge of Will mar observed the 17th of May, Nor wegian Indpendence Day, by an ap propriate program at Odd Fellows' Hall. Prof. Gisle Bothne, of the Nor wegian Department of the State Uni versity, was the principal speaker, and musical numbers were given. Card-of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the beautiful flowers and also the kindness shown us during the loss of our son and brother, Ar nold. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Edwards, and Children. 6:30 p. m. Intermediate C. E. meet ing. 6:45 m. Senior C. E. ineeting. 7:30 p. m. The Baccalaureate to the high school graduating class by Rev. Swan Mattson. Tuesday evening—Morning choir re hearsal. Wednesday evening, 7:30—Pjrayer service in church parlors. Friday afternoon at 4:00—Evening choir rehearsal. Monday 6:00 p. m.—Altrurian an nual picnic at Homewood Park. All members urged to be present. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Cor. Trott Ave. and 4th St. W. Luther C. Benson, pastor. This is an age of progress. The little word GO expresses it. A busi ness man must be able to put GO into his business before he can succeed. When we are buying an automobie we select one that has the GO in it. The railroad is a going business. Noth ing ia more pleasing to a railroad man than a big locomotive engine full of GO. This is a day of Going. Men go to work children go to school women go to house keeping, and every body goes to church. We invite you to attend our ser vices next Sunday. In the morning at 10:30 the pastor will preach. Par ents are requested to bring their chil dren with them. Evening song ser vice begins at eight o'clock. The pas tor will preach on the subject, "Wrong end-to lives.". Sunday school at twelve o'clock noon. Our school offers the best to be had in Sunday school supplies good teachers and a wide range of classes. Mothers are invited to bring their little tots to our beginners classes. Epworth League at seven o'clock. Midweek service on Thursday nights at eight o'clock. Preaching service at Priam Sunday afternoon at three fifteen o'clock. Everybody invited. 8 JUNIORS* BANQUET TO SENIORS FINE AFFAffi The Willmar High School Senior and Junior banquet was held at the Masonic Temple last evening with an attendance of about a hundred. The "doings" opened up with a mock wed ding which was carried out in a most successful manner. The banquet fol lowed and was a five-course affair. Supt. Brohaugh acted as toastmaster called on Orlean Christian, presi dent of the Junior Class and Everett McDonald, president of the Senior Class, for speeches. Fourteen Fresh men had been "conscripted" to act as waiters. After the dinner, games arranged by the Juniors were played until eleven o'clock. Monte Man Gassed-By" Fumes of Car P. F. Bonde, one of the prominent business men of Montevideo, was found dead in his garage Friday af ternoon, his death being caused by the fumes from the exhaust of the car he was repairing. The company had several cars stor ed in a garage upon the hill. Mr. Bonde went up to work on one of them and did not return. When he was found the door of the garage was closed and the atmosphere inside reeking with gasoline fumes.—Granite Falls Tribune. Firemen's Benefit Show The "Olle Skratthult" Company will give a show at the Willmar Opera House, on Friday, June 4, for the ben efit of the Willmar Fire Department. Further particulars later. Files for Judge of Probate Geo. J. Jonicks filed Saturday as a candidate for Judge of Probate. He was endorsed for this position by the Farmer and Labpr County Convention held recently. Y. P. Society The Young Peoples Society of the Tripolis church will meet next Friday, May 21st, at eight o'clock. A good program will be given and refresh ments will be served. Everybody wel come. —Lawrence Wiggins while speeding on the state road east of the city on his way to Spicer, tipped with his Ford coupe last Saturday evening. The top was smashed but no one was hurt. —Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderberg and son Ervin. accompanied by Mrs. Fred Wojohn, motored to Swift Falls Sat urday evening for an over Sunday visit with Mrs. Anderberg's patents. Mrs. "Anderberg remained for a week's vis it, while Mr. Anderberg returned Sun day evening. 1 NO DRUG S perienced officials. P. B. HONG. President. •X4M4M»MlX|X|X4X»KlX|X»X4X+M+X+X+K+X*X+X4X»»«X»X*K»xai THE SHIPSTEADAND TOWNLEY COMING Big Political Picnic To Take Place At Willmar Next Sat nrday If weather and roads permit, Will mar will see an immense crowd of people here next Saturday It will be the big day of the Non-Partisan League of the,county in their rally to control the Republican primaries of Minnesota June. Henri* Ship stead, a native of Burbank township, in this county, the candidate for gov ernor, will address the evening meet ing at the Park Auditorium. A. Townley, president of the League, will arrive by aeroplane at some time be tween eleven and three o'clock, and will moke an address at the Park Auditorium, bfore resuming his cam paign tour via the air route. His itin erary includes three and four princi pal towns in, the state every day. A number of other speakers will be heard from during the day. The Non-Partisan picnic will begin at the fairgrounds at eleven o'clock a. m. The Willmar Band has been engaged for the entire day. Refresh ments and light lunches will be sold on the grounds, the local arrange ments being under the auspices of the Farmers Non-Partisan League County Committee and committees appointed by the Workingmen's Non partisan League of Willmar. In the evening at about seven o'clock the class will gather at the court house grounds and will march to the Park Auditorium in honor of the candidate for governor, Henrik Shipstead, who makes the principal evening address. It promises to be the biggest political event that has ever been seen at Willmar. Glasses Fitted Broken •d. First replaced •tttlCBl rapalr- fllTSSf— 1 C. H. ANDERSON Registered OpteSMtrlst. Anderson Bros. 4 S W WANTED, FARMS We have customers for •mall farms if there are those who wish to sell. Please let us know. We bring buyers direct to owner and you sell at your own price. W Olson as Boa sad B.P.8Jorab«z9 Willmar, Minn. DAVISON HOSPITAL WILLMAR, MINNESOTA Conducted by P. C. Davison, M. D. Special Attention Given to Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Scientifically Fitted Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 715 •K*K»X4M»MtHMHC»X|M|M4X*M»M4M4X4X4X*M*X»M»M»M»M»M4Msl NOT DRUG8 OR 8URGERY NOT OSTEOPATHY OR MASSAOB LEWIS E. COSS, D. G. GEO. G. MICKELSON, D. G. 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