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NorthernVspring #o. 31
NoTthdrn Spring5 Nd' C.
-Ijoose hay in'stack' .. /..". .)
A A X'K'A A "XTSi
FiioOrfArfo fish ,?
First patent1 Flour, per 9S lbs...-.4.30
New Rate/*' for «di under this' head
•ffeettve Jan. 1, 1920—2 cente: per
word—omvthlrd leer, for" Insertions
after the first. Minimum, 10 word*
or tsss, -2Qc. .Space, in this column
when, desired for display or emphasis.
•do per Inch—9 lines1 to Inch
WANTED—General housework by the
hritir. Inquire 911 Lake ave. 405
LADY WANTED for housekeeping.
Inquire 403 Eleventh St. S. 417
WAITED—Girl for housework. Call
at 505 First Street. 427
WANTED—SchodI girl as roomer1 and
boarder. 906 '5th St. W. 435
WANTED—Competent girl for gen
eral housework. Inquire at 724 First
GIRL WANTED—for general house
work, by August 26th. Apply at
'Kasten's Bakery. ,395
WANTED—A position as housekeep
er, in or out of town: Have one
child.'Inquire Tribune. 432
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Inquire at 209
West Litchfield ave. 430
FOR RENT—M6dern furnished room
centrally located. 511 Trott avenue"
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod
ern house on Fifth Street. Call 776
BOY WANTED—at Kasten's Bakery,.
oyer 16 years old. Apply at Bak
WANTED—Maid for general house
work who' knows hbw to cdok. Fam
ily of three. W. E. King, 1544" Good
rich ave., St. Paul, Minn. Wages $8
per week 420
FOR RENT—Small store room, ex
cellent location. City heat. Ready
Sept. 1st. See M. H. Carey, Dream
land Theatre 425
GIRL WANTS HOUSEWORK WITH
small family. Inquirer' at office. 409
WANTED—Riding horse for boy. In-LOST—Man's
quire at Dr. Frost's office. 408
FOR TRADE—Two lots in-this city
for an automdbilei^lnquire at this
office. ,. .' 416
Inquire at this office.
FOR RENT—Three rooms. Inquire at
533 Ninth St. North. 390
FOR RENT—Furnished rooiri, all mo
dern. 323 2nd St. W. 362
FURNISHED ROOM suitable for two:
911 Lake Avenue. 404
HOUSE FOR RENT^Four rooms, and
one sewing room. 506' 3rd St. W. 396
FURNISHED ROOXlS in modern house
for one or two. 701 4th St. W. 436
FOR' RENT—Lower Duplex or whole
house at 222 Second St.,W. Apply to
•William OlsbnT Spicer. 356
FOR RENT—6 u&ms upstairs P. E^
Parson Blacksmith shop. Call Par
son at the shop. 243
FOR RENT—Furnished modern room
suitable for two. Gentlemen pre
ferred. Inquire 524 5th st West 309
COTTAGE FOR RENT on south shore
of Diamond Lake -by the week or
rest of season. Inquire of Kallevig
Bros., Rt. 4, Willmar. ',. 371w
FURNISHED COTTAGE on Crescent
^,Beach, Green Lake, for rent, com
mencing Friday, August 11th. Call
.—FOR SALE OR RENT—Cottsae
located on northwest shore.' of Eagle
Cake. Inquire Q: A. Erltkson Or Er
Ickson' and ErlcKsori store.
FARMS A ESTATE
HAVE ADDED 25x50 ft, apace 4o my
warehouse on 8th St. West which is
noW for rent. It is good for repair
shop, paint shop or storage pur
pokes: G" A. Ericksoh. 410
THORPE A RYEKEN have
now some,very good, bar
gains in regiaence houses in
Willmar. Call on them and
ft inquire £$f* «w.,.if n$u%
Lambs' ...... io-,li*
TOeef Cattle'. /. .04^6-,O7^
Steers '*r. .05-.08
Hides ,., '... .06-.07
Heavy JienV .. .V.../.. .13
Idgn'tiiens *.*. /. .-. lft
Broilers '. *. .13-.16
Olft'" Cocks ....*....'...'... .d&
dricksbn farm on north' shbre, em
bracirig part of thV finest beach on
Eagle Lake'i Lewis'Johnson. 118
FOR'JALE—1920 Model Dodge tour
ing car. Phone 553., 3 4 0
FOR' SALE1—IiargV car" in first clastf
condition. Will take7 small enclosed
car. Call 678-W. 393
FOR SALE—1919 Ford Roadster, with
new tires and .winter tftp. Inquire of
Helge E. Seastedt, Willmar, Minne
sota. Phone 141. 431
FO,R SALE—5-passenger Overland and
7-passenger touring car-^or would
prefer-to trade for lighter car or
roadster. Inquire Tribune. 415
FOR SALE—25 H. P. Buffalo Pitts
traction engine, straight Hue, ortfill
trade for good car. Inquire for O.
A. Swenson at Dodge Service Sta
tion.* 3 9 2
FOR SALE—8-room house, all mod
ern oh 5th St. Call 565-W. 270
FOR RENT—5-room' house. 826 2nd
St. West. Inquire Pioneer Hotel. 434
WILLMAR* PROPERTY—As usual, I
have on my list a number of fine
residence properties atkT should be
able to satisfy most any/buyer. I
have also a number of building1 lot«r
Lewir JohriBoh! 129
LOTS FOR SALE—We have the fol
lowing lots which we are going to
sell on easy payments: 1% lots at
Eagle Lake, northeast shore, $650
2 lots near Sperryville, each $3C0
1 lot near ball park, $300. John
soii-Erickson Motor Co. 398'
FOR' RENT—New modern 7-room
house pantry, bath, large cistern,
^vegetable room, full basement and
hot water heating plant, glazed
porch ,and garage. 209 Trott avenue.
Also beautiful corner lot 50x182 ft.
for sale. $S500, grading and water
tax paid. Inquire Tribune. -.421
LOST AND FOUND
black coat. Inquire
FOUND—A pair of glasses on Wed
nesday evening at the Fair grounds.
Inquire at this dffice. 406
blue coat between
iGree/f Lake and Willmar. Inquire
FOUHD1—A lady's brown coat contain
ing^ mbrchandiaev Inquire1 717* Gor
ton- ave. 414
LOST—Man's black coat on Eagle
Lake Road between Seventh St. N.
and West side of Eagle Lake,
turn 308 7th St. N.
LOST—Black leather traveling bag,
between Eagle Lake and Reed Farm,
containing men's and women's wear
ing apparel. Liberal reward offered.
Reed Farm, Box 92, Rt. f," Ray
THREE HEAD WORK horses for sale.
C. A. Olson Route 5, Willmar. 357
FOR SALE—Draft horses.' Inquire at
the Feed Barn on Third Street.
Plaisted & Landgrave. -407
FOR SALE—Fall gilts, will farrow in
September. Registered Poland* Chin
as by Giant Buster, son of an Inter
national champion. Also some Very
fine spring boars of same": breeding.
Edman Bros., Pennoek. 358
FOR SALE—4 h. p. Century motor at
Willmar Tribune office. tf
ROW BOAT FOR SALE on Eagle
Lake. Inquire* Dr. Hedin 361
FOR SALE—One, goojft corn, binder,
nearly new. john* Dalbeck, JRt. -1,
Willmar. -*, 412
•FOR SALE—Large aize Round Oak
heater. *Good condition. Inquire at
FOR- SALE—Deerjng jCorn bmder.^AK
bin 'Benjgtson, at Bengtson &, Lar
son Meat Market VWllmar. 433'
FOR SALE—Winchester Repeater,
.model 1912,- 12-gaugeI $35 takes, it.
Emil Gustaf^son, Phbtie 398-J. 413
FOR SALE—Northwest Threshing
machine in good running order" In
re at Anderson-Nyqulstor T. O.
s^ Sletten, Route 1,,Willmar. /-r- 319
JPOR SALE—Five female water epan
S? llerim^8ix :wwlnrr«dd:'' Price rea^
PROPERTY—I have now) for
•ale the entire "Glendale Beach,"
«onab4 £,£ ^inroftern -Atwater,
"FOR' SA%E—One new Waterloo Boy*
IS^'tracto*' and'John Deere triple
gpfow McCormick^six-roll shrewder
^aPaypack silo cutter,M J. S. Ander
son, Atwater, Minn 402
ty EimoSooU Walton
Copyright. Idif, WesternT'Newapaper Union.
CHIEF QUAWAH PARKER, "TtiE
.. WHITE CdMAWCHE
^H[ FfeBRJtJA^tr 1011, Chlef^
Qu»nah^Urke"r lay^ dying In h*is
home the" "White Hbuse of thef Com
anche's" near Cache, ORla. When a
white doctor bad' failed to' save hii
life, Quasei, the medicine man, en-"
teredoPlacitfghisrarm about tlie dy^
ing chief.^ Quasei flapped his hands
and imitated the call of the Great
Eagle the messenger of the. Great
Spirit. "Father in Heaven, this our1
brother, is coming," he prayed. A"
moment later, Quanah, the son of a
white mother a' chief who had lived
the white man's way for 35 years,
tiled an Indian.
Quanah's mother was Cynthia Ann
Parker, a white woman who had been
captured by his'father Nokoni, "The
Waade're'r," in 1835, when she,was only
twelve'years old. She bore him three
children, two sons and a' daughter.
A,son born in 1845 was'given the name
Kwalnl, "fragra'rit." When5 friends of
the Parker family visited the Comanche
camp1 to persuade her to return tQ
civilization she said, "I am happy with
my husbarid arid' children. I hfeye no
desire1 to be eriythirig but an Indian."
In 1860 Texas Rangers under Gov.
L. S. Ross attacked' the Comanche'
Camp/ killed Nokoni and captured
Cynthia Ann Parker and her two
year-old daughter.v The sons escaped:
When the "White Jndian" was re
stored to her people, it brought her
no joy for she mourned incessantly
for the Indian camp and"especially for
her sons. Soon afterwards, during a
council with the Comanches, £onie
army, officers told young Quanah, or
Kwaina, that his mother was still alive
and they tried to induce him to make
his' home with her. It was in vain.
The boy had never known anything
but Indian life. In 1864, Cynthia Ann
Parker died, still mourning for her son^
..Quanah rose to the position of war
chief of the Comanches ancr in the
war with the Southern Plains- tribes'
in 1874 he was the last to surrender^
When he did he encouraged his people
in traveling the white man's road.
In'ids" last years puanah brought
his mot|ie*!s_body from Texas and
btir&$' it neat his home. Then Jie
workefr Unceasingly to7 have a suitable
meihorlai erected over the grave. Final
ly dbngreas'appropriated $1,000 for that
purpose and" two weeks before Quanah
died tlie"-monument was' built: The'
body of Quanah, the chief of the Com
anches, was buried nearby, and the
white mother and her Indian son were
reunited at last.
OHB lCaJT I I TOWN
A GBNERAIf AGENCY organized
to give intimate personal service
anil advice to the insured, recently es
tablished in Minneapolis and repre
senting reliable companies writing
Life, Accident, Health, Income, Fire,
Tornado, Hail, a Automobile,
Liability, Burglar and Plate Glass
Insurance, desires Local Agents and
Field Men in all parts of Minnesota.
Our new plan covers all lines and
makes insurance writing a high-class
business. Reliable men of experience
.preferred but those without experi-^.
ence, if otherwise right, will be cori-"'
sidered. Thi is, truly, an exception
al opportunity for a an to break
I into a profitable, whole or part time,
business with a future without^cash
investment or incurance experience.
All that is required is a clean rec
ord. reasonable ,ability and confidence
and willingness to work and deal
fairly.with,customer and associates.
To those already in the business ,we^
unqualifiedly state there is not 'a
better connection available the clo
sest investigation is courted. Th
companies are right, the Compensa
tion is right, and the Minneapolis
organization is right. Address, Man
*g-er,__912 Wert 24th St., Kbuwapo
Every one Guaranteed in writing
./ Cash)or Term
1916 Roadster .$,90.00
1917 Touring :....15tf.00
1917 Roadster 130.00
1920 Touring. 200.00
1920 Roadster .. ,250.00V
1921 Touringr •...: ..-...-.r300:oa
1921 Coupe .Vr.'... -4254)0
1921 Sedan .) I,/t5tf.00
Our line of Trucks is Complete
1920'Ton 'TruckPf .*. .?£. .^250.00
1922 Ton Truck..........U 550.00
When in the City an\ Inspection of
onr cars Trill be jpprectited.
J4l| S«naepin Ave.*,.,,
gaged by Minnesota States
Action! Speed!* -Thrills!
I These three words--in a nut shell—
describe the $100,000.00 entertainment
program whictb^will -feature the cdmT
ing.Minnesota State Fair—Twin pities
^—September.2 to 9.
Never before in the history of the
Northwest has there been an attempt
to stage such a stupendous amusement
bill as will be prfep
sehted each daj
at the State" Fair
So many novel
been engaged thai
visitors will be
a'spectacular* aerial circus 'twenty
five-'big vaudeville acts a gdrgeous
fireworks spectacle auto polo, pigeon
races, horseshoe pitching a midway
with^twenty big attractions, and a' doz
en big bands and orchestras will be
among the leading features on the pro
A slip of a school girl, just turning
18, Miss Lillian Boyer, of Chicago,, will
headline the'aerial circus, which bears
her name. Miss Bpyer is the only
woman who successfully changes from
a speeding" automobile to a low-flying
airplane with both ,car and "snip" go
ing at O miles an hour.
As part or the evening show. Pilots
Brock*and'Faulkner will'stage an aer"i-:
al battle. Using specially constructed
planes, illuminated oy fireworks, they
will bomb the'fair and perform other
hair-raising maneuvers depicting mod
Lovers' of harness norse racing* will
enjoy themselves to the limit on four
days, Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday, September 4, 5, 7 and 8. More
than 400 horses have been entered in
various events, and the best racing in
ye'ars is forecost. The management ir
Offering $22,0%00 in purses.
The world's fastest automobile—the
Wisconsin Special, built in Minneapo
lis last fall-rrwill be seen in the big au
tomobile races that have been carded
for three days of the fair. Slg. Haug
dahl, the blond Scandinavian speed
king, who 'piloted his freak' machine
over the Daytqna Beach course faster
than three miles a minute, will go af=
ter all records, including the world's
circulars,-dIrtj track record, with his
(Firs pub Aug 2-4t),
CITATtbir FOR itiBABnife O W
TXOH rOK ADMMWSTBATlOir.
E a of" Anna Gebrgesori, Decedent.
State of Minnesota, County of Kandi
yohi, I Probate Court.
In the Matter of the E a of Ann a
Th State jOf Minnesota to all persons
interested in the granting of adminis
tration he estate of haid decedent:
The petition .of Abraha "VV. Georgeson
having been filed in this Court repre
senting that Anna Georgeson, then a
resident of the County of Kandiyohi,
State of Minnesota, died intestate on
the 27thulay of July, 1922, and prayingV
that letters of administration of her
estate be granted to John B. Boyd, and
the Court, having fixed the time and
place for hearing said petition: There
fore, You and Each of You^ are hereby
cited and required to show cause, if
any you have, before this Court at the
Probat Court Rooms in the Court
House, in the City of Willmar, in the
County of Kandiyohi, State of Minne
sota, on the 2Sth day 9t August, 1922,
at 2 o'clock M., why said petition
should not be granted.
Witness, Th Judge of said Court,
and the seal of said Court, this 31st
day of July, 1922.
ID A A. SANDERSON,
Clerk of Probat Court.
A E S JOHNSON, Esq.,
Attorne for Petitioner.
[ASUffCr OXT TZHATJ
ACCOUN TOn, DXSTBXBTJ
E a of Swan Edlund, Decedent.
vState Minnesota, County of Kan
diyohi, I Probate'Court
In the Matte of the E a of Swan
The-Stat of Minnesota to all persons
interested in the above entitled at
Whereas, Fred G. Anderson has filed in
this court his final account of the ad
ministration of the estate of the above
named decedent, together-onrith his peti
tion praying for the adjustment and al
llowance of said final account and for
'aistriD'titidii'o'f the residue of said estate
to the persons thereunto entitled: I I
Ordered, at said petition be heard,
and that all persons interested in said
matter be and appear before this court
on the 28th day of August, 1922, at 2
o'clock M..-a the Probate Court
Rooms in the Courthouse at Willmar. in
said County, and then and there, or as
soon ^thereafter as bald a can be
heard, a cau&e. if a they have,
saij4* petttionjshould.not be granted
and- at this citation be served by the
publication thereof in he Vllllmar
Tribune'according to law.
Witness the Honorable, T. O. Gil
bert, Judg of said- court, and the seal
of said courjf. this 31st day of July, 1922.
IDA A SAlNDERSON,
Clerk of Probate Court.
A E S JOH&SON, Esq.,
pub. Aug 9-4t)
OreATXOjr.rOX KSABYjrCr OJT, PBTI
EStSt of NellfePoortvliet
State xf Minnesota, Count of Kandi
yohi, I a Court.
I a of the E a of Nellie
Th State" of Minnesota," to all per
sons- interested in the granting of ad
ministration/ of the estate of said dece
dent: TVS Petition of George Poortvliet
having toeen Hied in this court, repre
senting at Nellie Toortvliet, then a
-rcteictSirr df tB« Cotmty of KaiitflyonTr
Stater of .Minnesota. di«d intestate on
he 30th day- of July 1922, and praying
at -lettet'd of administration" of- her
a be granted to "Fobbe Hoekstra,
and the Courts-having fixed the a
^Rlacrfsr^hCaTirtr said petition-. There
lore. You and E a of You, are hereby
"Just* beeanser that" motionT' picture
comedian* suit down'in a bucket of live
'*rabs?'-f^M -/, :V*.3* V*.
xes. sj A^ sz*.
"Well, It maVnot be art, but it got'
a whoopf out of* several hundred cash
—Lid Wants To See You.
(Firgt pub.'.Aug. 9-6t)
NOTICE QT KBAI. A»BTATE JtOBT-
required to show a if
a a before this Court at
Probate-Court Rooms in the Courthouse,
in the.cit of ^Willmar in he county of
Kandiyohi.-* State*^f Minnesota, on the
5thjnay~of September. 1922. atf 2 o'clock
R",M., 3Rrhy„8aid petition, should not be ^M
*^ial^dr/sai*d* Court this 3rd day of
N O I E I S E E GIVE N at
default a been made in the condi
tions of a mortgage executed by Joh I.
Stene and Christine" Stene, his wife,
mortgagors, to S. H. Johnson of Ap*
pleton, Minnesota, mortgagee,' which
said mortgage is dated the 6th day of
November, 1919, and recorded in the
office of' the Register of Deeds in and
for Kandiyohi' County, Minnesota, on
8th day .of November,. 1919, at 10
o'clock A. and recorded in Book 62
of Mortgages' on a 222 which de
fault consists in the 4'allure of the mor
tgagor to pay the sum of Tw Thou
sand Hundred Eighty-nine and
06-100 Dollars ($2-,4S9.06) principal and
interest on one certain prbmissoi-y note
bearing even date with said, -mortgage,
wTiich note became due November Jst,
1921, together with interest thereon
and it being provided in said mortgage
at if default should be made in the
a of principal or interest or any
a thereof, or of the failure, of the
mortgagor to pay the taxes upon said
property as the same shall become due
and the interest thereon or any a
thereof, at the mortgage as auth
orized to,declar the whole sirtn secur
ed by said mortgage due and payable
and the said'mortgage having so electi
ed and declared-said sum due and pay
able and said mortgage having paid
the taxes for the year 1919 and the
year 1920 amounting to the sum of
One Hundre Seventy-five and 2S-100
Dollars ($175.28. and there being claim
ed to be due' at the date of this notice
under the ms of the moitgag the
of Tw Thousan Fou Hundred
Eighty-nine and 06-100 Dollars ($2.
489.06) principal and interest on said
note and" he additional of One
Hundred Seventy-five and 2S-100 Doll
a ($175.28) taxes paid by mortgagee,
making a tptal tlue upon said mortgage
of the sum of Tw Thousand Six Hund
red Sixty-four and 84-100 Dollars ($2,
664.34) and no action at law or other
wise having been commenced to recov
er the debt secured by saitT mortgage,
NOW, E E O E Notice Here
by Given at said mortgage will be
foreclosed bv a sale of the picmL-.es in
,said mortgage described as follows, to
The E a one-half E of North
east one-fourth E Lots One (1)
and Tw (2), Northeas one-fourth
(NEVi) of Southeast one-fourth (SEVi)
and Sub-lot A, of Lot one (1) and two
(2) all in Section Twenty-five (25) in
Township One Hundred nineteen 119)
Range Thirty-five (35) AVest 5th Prin
cipal Meridian, containing 216 acres
more or less according to the Govern
men survey thereof, all the said a
or parcels of land lying and being in
the county of Kandiyohi and State of
Minnesota, which sale will be made by
the Sheriff of s,aid County at the fion't
door of the Courthouse in the Citv of
Willma qn the 16th day of September.
1922, at one o'clock in the afternoon of
said day at public vendue to the high
est bidder for cash to a the ms
claimed to be due with interest there
on and the sum of Fifty Dollars (?50 00)
Attorney Fees as stipulated said
mortgage and costs and expenses of
foreclosure and sale, .subject to re
demption within one year fiom the date
of this sale as provided by law.
S. H. JOHNSON,
F. E. W I
Attorney for Mortgagee,,
Office arid PdStoffice 'Address,
•i Appleton, Minnesota.
E a of Ole Thorson, ,Decedent.
State of Minnesota, County of Kan
diyohi, I Probat Court.
In he Matte of -th E a of Ole
he State, of Minnesota to all persons
interested* the allowance a a
of the will of said decedent: Th peti
tion, of Thor a Thorson, being duly filed
in' this" court, representing at Ote
Thorsoa., then a resident of the -County
Of Kandiyohi, Stat of Minnesota, died
On the 31st a of May, 1922, leaving a
hist, will' and testament which is pre
sented to this court with said petition,
a pTaying at said instrument be al
lowed as the last will and testament of
said decedent, and that letters Testa
a be"issued thereon to C. Ol
son, No Therefore, you, and each of
you, are hereby cited and required to
'show cause, if any you have, before this
court,- at the Probate Court Room in
the- Courthouse, in the City- of Willmar,
County,of Kandiyohi, State of Minneso
ta, nthe 21st day of August, 1922, at
2 o'clock P. M., the prave of said
petition should not be granted.
Witness, the Honorable, T. O. Gilbert.
of said Court, and the seal of said
court, this 26th day of July. ,"ft22l
ID A A. SANDERSON
4. ,v Probate Court.
ibCAno IN HKART Of •USINBM DISTRICT
PRIVATK BATH. IHOWU AN3 TOILBT MTRA
COMP'LrriT ftAFETY. AUTOMATIC SPMNK1.KRS
AND PIRBPROOT CONSTRUCTION.
INSUWANer RtCORDS PRoVftf THAT NKVCR
HAS A LlfB RECM LOST IN ANT BUILDING
PROTBCTSD BY AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS.
EVERY ROOM HAS HOT AND COLD' WATER.
•TEAM .HRAT. KLECTRIC LIGHT AND TELE
Great Northern Railway
Sheet Metal Workers
Permanent jobs at wages author
ized by United States Labor Board.
Time and one-half after 8 hours
and for Sundays and holidays.
Apply at nearest shop or Division
j. Superintendent's Office.
START THAT SAVINGS ACCOUNT
.or Add to the one yon now have with
the oW reliable
AM OF wniinAR
A few dollars deposited here every week regularly will
toon grow into an amount by no means trivial.
We help you to accumulate a reserve fund for protection
against any emergency that may arise, by paying 5 per
cent interest .s-^-.i ,":
Harlequin—Artists say,that 5 feet 4
Inches Is. the divine height for wornec,
ColumbJtaer^hr-buC rm 5 feet 6
ln*es. ^'JV^L •£. *C »i
Harlequin ([qr^cklyV—Oh, but1 you're
more than, divine!
Suggestive of Rarity.
•They tell me you made a very
clever remark last"night."
"Yes it's awfully discouraging."
"Why, the way everybody Is talk
Ihc about It"
Bargain Store on
We carry a full lino of new
furniture. We pay cash for
good used furniture^ Exchange
new for old. Free delivery to
all parts of city. Phone 705.
335 and 337 Pacific Ave West.
MRS. PEARL RAMUS, Prop.,
G. D. F0RSSELL, D. M.
Doctor Massage Specialist
or the Most Successful Treatmen of
AH Non-Con ta^lous Diseases.
Sweat-Cabinet and Ulectric Massape In
Connection. N Medicine. No Knife.
Consultation and Examination Free.
FlrBt National Ban Building.
Charlef A. Oberg
Attorney at Law
Cor. 6th and Pacific^ Are.
R. W. STANFORD
REAL E8TATE, IN&URANCE AND
Office In Old PoBt Office building
Funeral Director and
Res. Phone 4 6 2
Store Phone 16 5
WILLMAR FURNITURE CO.
Cor. 6th & Paclflo
Telephone No. 16S.
CaJU from Dtatances Solicited
$ FUNERAL PUtECTORS
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