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Choral Society "May Sing notr vnwBit iVi*,4* specialfeualHedftmectliirMthe ff-Wrtral Society wis Held last it ttffe, tre»byterijta cbikrdh vattendefd by a good, steed rep ftji^of.' itfr #emoership. flfetelety rotea to eohtm'ue itsthe'S. during the coming season and nlngxra the second rendition of esWafi at the ushering in of the Ch^iftma* hoHdays/ The Messiah ^1 1 Rendered 'with unusual success Msf Jeeaon and it is fitting that this ^fde^Wat'orio-should be heard »in eftfotounlty again this year. rffi DatiA Nyvail, who conducted I4»fcfety imeiseatron nmy be unable tfte w»rk the coming season. A jtgHBcial committee has the matter Mfttffrtft to ftefeure a conductor for, ^'Vhbrus. *#Ke hrfei meeting of the Society was %jk &T#Tuesd*? evening, November •$jf»l lil^WMch ^meeting it is expected ti||£$ *iredtor will be present to sup '^fl'0 the work. Some^ six rehearsals CM. be had before the holidays during Mti6n',£tine' •c WL* -i'fifr the chdrus must work ^rat4&U6#fii£ officers were elected: fpfcqHMft'. Emii C. Lundquist. Vife $rfefe., O. B. Augustsoh jEfecretaryJTreasurer," Ausjtin Sund- 4 &• UFv*n visited in^ scnqitJn Dist/72 one dtfy'last week. $*£ andMrs-'fePen^ryli^eese and son »tt& Mr.- and Jftrs: Engebret Gafkjen :-v *Vi#i$d at the Andrew Ellingson home i*Stind»y eitenihg.u '||f^ Jj^jftM ilbhn Torison is reported seri ~Wfr ill and there is a very small pihee for 'his recovery. Injurs Veiftvlg has been employed at Hltr Skate's -for a few days. &j$Hrybbdy in this vicinity attended $ feoduhunity sale at Brooten on ^IdAesday. Jtftfctiir and Hi'da Freeze visited at ^jrliamborg home on Friday evening. JW» IPfthnesbn and Hamborg young mhrtorted At the Vestvlg home on &&ty nigft. Gedrge Syvertson of Glenwood vis^ Jtett it the TorftRmTiome on Sunday. \f Hii|s Aggie P41|neson is at present «*W»y»4 *t Brootah. ill Odland.2H.elge Friis and Albert 'ttt^ttpson were willmar callers on' fm. 6 Odflnd will entertain the* Ladiem^Aidr'^Joc 4 on Thursday, October 26th. Ifinpy Stene of AtWater wasi Wib|iar'business caller on Monday K-^fbhn. Jordin of Cosmos was a Will m4r business caller on Thursday. \\yrht: Bergen arid daughter of Oan gtttt Falls are guests at the P. G. Gib ion homfe in Roseland and with Mr. ift$ Mrs. Oscar Walquisi. !.'^Misses' Frances and Marion Bro 'ttjiiL' who ate attending Minnesota Col raft at Minneapolis spent the week «*4 wlth their parents, Mr. and Mrs. vi-'kf Broman. f-Mt. and Mrs. Otto Isaacson, Mrs. Ajfipbt Broman and Mrs: Edith Strong Md 'children of Atwater were guests ftt fhe' C\ A: Broman home Tuesday afternoon. ,.—Mrs 'BvW: Maley and *liss Kath erlne Tait arrived on Thursday after iwioh from JJanvers where they have •beeii visiting with Mr.-and Mrs. Frank Solan/' $—Mrs. Edward Ydungberg and dau fchtiSr left bn Wednesday afternoon ofGeorgevflle last week' for their home in St. Paul Ifter-Visiting it'the home of Mr. and Mrs.-JWhttYoungberg. I »--12d acres 'highly "improved farm »i\ Crescent Boacti, Green Lake, will iakt. lafrt or property in trade. 6. O. ItyHo, owiier, 3710 IS Ave So., Mlnne •#1(4, Minn. 1t -/Ip-The Misses Edna Magnuson, Al- McLaughlin and Katherine Kluetch |riot(»red to VVillmar on Saturday ev p&imf and returned on Sunday after 4 fiiit at the home of S. E. Magnuson. ^^Art'eAsterii editor said that a man 'trbuble marrying two wives. rn editor says that many of «fe'done the Same thing by lOn^e.'-A^nbrtherh editor stays y^'h^tf.Mends fo^nd troub •ly pr\JtaiSitfg to marry with- W$.Whi vfarther. A sbtithern iMfd:* fViend^fhiS was txfth ii(&gh ^hetif he was. sihiply: Jk£obip*%y With another man's! jnnW.WhTeb: look* as it it ^aS as much! '.'asji fftian's^ liW'l* worth to go near a ^zi^^edOR.single,says"a Min ir^Rea.wood Fftlls, Sun. —Miss A^nna Pierson^pent the w^ti end with friends at Kandiyohi.' —Atty. Chas. A. Swenson of Atwa ter #as a Willmar business caller bn' 'Monday. ••'•^-tj^'lA^' -"V-'V Ji*rMr.,and Mrs.' J. H. Olson spent Sunday visiting at the Hans KJolsing home in Dovre. *~—T.'G. Nelson and family and "Geo. "ifreJson motored to Minneapolis on Thursday morbing for a few days visit with relatives. —Mr. and Mrs.Ed Backliind of Kan diyohi visited here Sunday. —Mrs. Emily B. Tyler left for her home in Minnea'polis after visiting at F. Handy and tne^J. H. Sher- wood homes in this city.f —Miss Rena IBerkness returned to Minneapolis on Mohday^ afternoon af ter visiting At the heme Of her par ents since Friday evening. "—Henry Nelsoh and Mathia's Han son left on Wednesday afternoon of last week for a--few'days visit with friends in 'Minneapolis. —Mrs. August Jordin lMt„on Satur day afternoon for her home in New London after visiting with her daugh ter, Mrs. Axel Johnson Of this city. '-—Rev. and Mrs. Clau's Johnson, Mr. an& Mrs. C» A. Brdman and Gprdon Broman spent Sunday'afternoon* at the Lawrence Wicklund home in Fahlun. —Miss Minnie Backlund of (Belling ham, Wash., arrived on Tuesday af ternoon of last week from Spicer for a visit with relatives in this city. —The Misses Florence *Freeberg and Lillian Hanson 'left on Friday after noon for Grove City where they will visit with Mrs. Victor Erickson. —Mr. and Mrs. Anion Sundberg and family motored to Minneapolis on Sat urday morning and visited with rela tives andfriends until Sunday evening. —Mrs. Andrew Mattson of Herman arrived on Friday afternoon for a vis it with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mattson of this city. —Mrs. Mary Volk and Albert Jen sen motored to Minneapolis -Saturday returning on- Sunday. Mrs. Volk made some fall purchases for theSty!e Shop. —Mr. and Mrs.-'Martin Lundquist and daughter Ruth and pkrry Soland of Spicet visited with friends in Will mar on Sunday of last week. —Olof Farfing and'O. A. Ferrin re turned from a several days business visit in the Twin Cities. They will leave the latter part of the week for Sioux Falls for a ten days business trip. —Mr. and Mrs. Enock Nelson and Miss Myrthel Ne'son and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hedlund of Minneapolis .^vis ited with friends in Willmar from Sat urday until Monday of last week." —Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Youngstrom left on Thursday morning for Minne apolis. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Min Xtea$6H£ also accompanied,'them to the city after visiting with R0v. anthMrs. Youngstrom for a few days. NO BARGAIN "'Dear John," the wife wrote from a fashionable hotel, **I enclose the hotel bill." "Dear Mary," he responded, "I en close check to coveY the bill, but don't buy any more hotels at that price they 1 are cheating^ you^' GEORGEVILLE Oct. 23—TJie Farmers store served free coffee and cookies of all kinds last Saturday to a large number of their customers! A new brand was being stocked that tasted different. It pays to advertise. They sold out the stock On hand. J. O. Iversow and wife motored up from St. Paul" with their sonJin-law, Mr. Christopherson. The CroW Rivfer Ladies Aid held their meeting at the Hans Amuhdson Home last Friday. A carload of stock Was shipped from on the lfcth' next car Will be about the 30th df this month The Gausdal Ladies Aid was held at the Martin Iverson hofhe last Wed nesday. They will meet At Andy Lar cln's place Nov. 1st. WTe Tiad a visible rain shower- here last'Saturday evening. We heard some bells ringing, some married again, we will fHTd out soon. LAKE LILLIAN (Western part) Oct. 21—Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pearson Jr. and son Clifford visited at Emil Pearsons Sr, last Sunday. Mi*, and Mrs. August Johnson and family visited at Erick Nordin's last Sunday eyening. EDISON SHOP Wafabtrand and Nordstrom Litchfield Ave. rWillmar.,"Minm MJITI ,'u Vi.ru Mr. and, Mrs Emil Pearson and Mr, and Mrs. -John Olson and family" visit-1 ed at Win. 'Renstrbm's last Sunday evenfti£&,V ""$ '\.~^£ ?t:*"''?V- ~?i '_ 7 Lee Hanson ,viaited with Willard Renstrom last Sunday afternoon. Vivian Erickson visited .with Mild red Linn over Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Nordin and dau-. ghter Myrtle and Mabel Kallberg made' a call at Willmar Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ed KUske retuned to her home afte ra two weeks stay at the Willmar Hospital where she underwent an op eration. Albert Johnson and Marion ~Ren sfrbm made a trip to Olivia Saturday. Kermit Linn and Robert Erickson made a call atv Olivia last Saturday. Mildred Linn, Vivian Erickson and Esther and Curtis Olson 'visited at Ed Hubbard's home last Sunday. Hazel Peterson visited at the Oscar Linn home the past week. Mildred Linn and Vivian Erickson visited at Oscar Lmn's last Saturday. The Pearson-Kuske rig was busy shredding corn for Emil Pearson apd Wm. Renstrom last Saturday.- Richard Johnson made a call at Ol ivia last Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Renstrom and sons Melvin and Reynold, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Renstrom and son and dau ghter and Olga Linderholm and Bill Johnson visited at Gustaf Johnson's last Sunday afternoon? June and, Verna Renstrom, visited with Rosie Tusa last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers and family visited at the Steve Adams home last Sunday. Wm. Renstrom made a trip to Oli via last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers and fam ily visited at John Olson's last Fri day evening. JOHNSON-JORDIN Alice Jordin and Axel Johnson Wedded Last Thursday Here Miss Alice Jordin, daughter of Mrs. Jordin of New London and Mr. Axel Johnson, son of Mr. and JVIrs. Chris Johnson of this city were united in marriage last Thursday, Oct. 19, at i3'0 o'clock at the Salvation Army Hall by Staff Captain O. Blomgren of Min neapolis. The bride's attendant was Miss Lil lian Jordin who was attired in' a suit. 'The bride ware a traveling suit. The groomsman' was Mr. Gilbert Jorstad. A reception was held at the Salvation Army Officers quarters to the immed iate relatives. The decorations were pink and white. The young couple will make their home on Fourth Street, East. SALEM Oct. 24—Mrs. L. J. Broberg spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Nolan. Misses Ella_ and Myrtle Holmgren spent Saturday and Sunday at their home here. Miss Vera Car}son entertained ^sev eral of her girl friends Sunday. Miss Mamie Sordine of Albert City, Iowa, arrived Wednesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Edwin Carlson. Miss Ruth Holmgren of Willmar spent, the week 6nd at her parental home here. C. J.'Johnson goes to Willmar daily tb receive treatments* A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Uno Gustavson Tuesday.1 The little girl did not live long and was bur/ied Wednesday at the Salem ceme tery. Miss Edna Johnson and Walter No lan visited at Albert Carlson's on last Sunday. The Albin Broberg and Willie Bro berg families and Mr. and Mrs. Gus tavson visited at Uno Gustavson's on Sunday. Carl Johnson had the misfortune of getting his fingers hurt in a chain on the corn shredder Saturday. Five hundred feet of new fire hose was ordered by the city council Mon day night. O W E S Phono 2 7 4 THE WILLMAR GREENHOUSE Oberct House Hlock 1 KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK Organized in 1879 arfd is the second oldest State Bank in Minnesota1 became a member of the Federal Reserve Sxstemin1918. Transacts a general banking business and solicits all desirable atcoiinb, ottering courteous service from exper ienced officials. J.fi MIL.L&RD, Chairman. P. B. HONG. President. 1 GEO. EL OTjCBRNESS. Vice President., ,, N. Br ALLAKSON. CaeliTor. w&fo *. HAS PASSED AWAY Was an Enterprising Young Busi MESS Man' nf OUT Community, ... (Burial on Thursday Peter H. Olson, after a lingering illness, battling,with a mortal malady of internal abscesses, passed away from the scenes of this life at a local hospital. on Sunday, Oct. 22. Death came as a^ release from a bed of pain. Members 6f the family were at his bedside when- the end came. With his passing an enterprising young busi ness .man of Willmar has, been lost and a truly wide circle of friends mourn his death. Peter H. Olson was^born on Septem ber 8, 1894, on the island of Vigten in Namdahl's Amt, Norway. His youth was'spent in the city of Willmar. He attended the local high school and studied business at the Willmar Seminary. For a time he was book keeper for Handy-Lewis, automobile dealers, and for a season had charge .of their garage at Spicer. In July 1918 he entere.d the military service during the World War and served until March 4, 1919. He was also for a time bookkeeper at the LundquistiBergstrom Garage and later opened up the Overland Ser vice in this city on Third Street, and to Jtfhich he applied himself with^dil igence and had worked up a good bu siness when sickness came and took him away. On November 20, 1921, he was con strained to take to the sick bed and since that day was confined there nearly continuously. On June 15, 1921, he was united in marriage to Florence Boom who now survives her departed husband. His sorrowing parents, are Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Olson, 408 Charlotte Street. There are two brothers, Ole H. Olson and Samuel Olson, both of Willmar: also two sisters, Mrs. Axel O. Nord of Milbank, S. D., and Mary S. Olson of Willmar. Funeral services will be held tomor row (Thursday) afternoon at the home at 2 o'clock and at the First Baptist church at 2:30 o'clock. Rev E. A. Laserstrom of the Baptist church officiating. The home services will be held at 408 Charlotte Street. FORMER YOUNG LADY OF IRVING IS BRIDE Laura N. Narveson and Benjamin Sekvold United in Marriage at Scobey, Montana T", JVIi»3 Laura M. Narveson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knute Narveson of Bra'inerd, Minn., and Mr. Benjamin J. Sejkvold, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Sekvold of Scobey, Mont, were united in marriage at the Methodist parson age, at Scobey on, Wednesday, Oct. 18, (A three o'clock by Rev. Alexander Muirden. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Susag of Scobey. The bride wore, a brown crepe dress and carried pink roses. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to tl^e immediate relatives. The young couple will make their home on a farm southwest of Scobey which the groom has* been operating since his return from the army. The bride was at one time a resident of Irving township making her home with her sister, Mrs. O. E. Susag. HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL A Haliow'een Carnival will be held at the Pennock Public School Friday evenipg, Oct. 27, 1922, at 8 o'clock. You are invited.. A. BTRTFXNE8S,A: B. NORDSTROM, *s G. A Stark Funeral Director Both Horse and Motor Hearses DEWEY JOHNSON 'i *t Licensed Embalmer lM*X|XXfK^KX»X*X»X»XtX»X*X»X^X»v»:(»x^x4,K4,xtx.)(t)n.MP Phones 8 4 2 and 84F 3 Atwater, Minrii H~ :r V*Aailst*iit Cashiers. ". Ii B. Noren, Auditor X. -%t. iaiMtHMIMM*lMlllMmBIIIMlM|MIMlH|)H,| llM|WM FIRST CAR GOES OVfrt NEW LUCE LINE TRACKS ii. 5^ Car of Sugar Beets Loaded at Ac oma Frt}t to be Shipped over New Luce Line Track A ca^ of sugar beets has been load ed at Acoma by John Meinke and con signed to the Minnesota Sugar Com pany at-Cha^ka. The car Was ship ped out on Frilay. l, 4 The leaving of the car was attended with considerable ceremony, photo graphs twtere taken-, and evidence pre Ser^ned, showing that the car of sugar beets was loaded by Jonn Meinke at Acoma and that it was the first car of merchandise to be shipped east on the nfew Luce line extension west of Hutchinson. The new line will 'be of great bene fit to. the farmers who live in the territory that,is tapped by the railroad as it will lessen the cost of marketing their produce and increase the value of their farms. It will not-be neces sary for th.em to spend a whole day in hauling their grain or stock to the market. The steel laying crew is progressing^ rapidly and is Just out of Cosmos. One grading crew has moved west of the town of Cosmos into East Lake Lil lian township. In a very short time the rails will reach Kandiyohi "County. -W.G LUND Thejburial of W. G. Lund who pass ed away at Deli Rapids, S. D., Friday, Oct. ^th, was held at Dell Rapids. Im pressive services were held at the First Baptist church. William G. Lund was born Oct. 29, 1853, at Raymond, Wis. Deceased wrfs united in marriage to Harriet Gobd rick at Thompsonville, Wis., on Nov. 10, 1881. They moved to Dell Rapids, S. D., in March liS8,5. Mrs. Lund passed away Oct. 28, 1895. There were five children born to them—Mrs. Myrtle Diffendorf of Will mar, Mrs. Etta RigdOn of Cheyenne, Wyo., Mrs. Harriett Walton of Chey enne, Mrs. Grace -Ettinger of Kansas feity, Mo., and Philo Lund of Chey enne. Mrs. Thomas Fisk of Hart, Mich., is a sister. The Dell Rapids Tribune pays' ex cellent tribute to the life.and charact er of the late Mr. Lund, he being tal ented in many lines and- using siich gifts for the upbuilding of good in the community and church. WILL APPEAR HERE Benjamin Swalin after Two Sea sons in New York, May Appear Here in Recital Soon Benjamin Swalin, a rising young violinist and whom Willmar music lovers have been privileged to near on several occasions, may. appear' before a local audience in the not very dist ant future in a recital to toe arranged by ProL N. B. Swalin of .Willmar. The young violinist has been stutlying for two- seasons in New York under able instructors. His progress ia being watched with interest by Willmar ad mirers of his playing., ...,-,. Worth Trying People who suffer back weakness, rheumatic pains' or. other symptoms of kidney disorders should try Sol vax.' S. B. Carlson & Son sell it un der a guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded. Price 50 cents.—Adv. Whep you come'to Willmar to spend the day, hring a can of cream, to the Mod ern Dairy to help pay Cream, Cottage Cheese -i and Butter.^ i^ MODERN DAIRY 6 a Litchfieiif "K, OPENS ON MONDAY Second Annual Bible Conference at Presbyterian.Church Next Wcfek On Monday of nexttweek the second annual Bible Conference of the Pres byterian church Avillr open. Dr. Riley who is at the head of the Conference movement at the present time, has promised to be here on thfe opening evening, thus assuring a most suc cessful and auspicious opening to this series of meetings. Those who heard Dr. Riley last year in the conference will remember him as one who defend ed the integrity and divine authority of the scriptures as few men of the present generation can. He will speak next Monday evening at the Presby terian church .at eight o'clock. The meetings will continue thruout the week with services every afternoon at three, except Monday and every even ing at eight o'clock. Dr. Riley will be ably assisted by that prince of Bible expositors, Dr. J. W. Lawrence of Dallas, Texas*, suc cessor to Dr. C. I. Scofield, the editor of the famous Scofield Edition Bible. Dr. Lawrence has made a name for himself as 'one of the staunch defend ers of the faith, and his addresses on Bible themes are always received with much favorable comment by his aud iences. Harry Butler will have charge of the singing. Mr. Butler has given his time to this conference movement for some time, and comes to us acclaimed by those who know, as one of the country's best song leaders. He is also a preacher of no mean ability. These meetings are for the general public, and it is the hope of the com mittee in charge of arrangements that capacity audiences will greet the speakers in the same manner as last year. CONFIRMATION AT SUNBURG On Oct. 8th confirmation and,com munion services were held at the West Norway Lake church this spa cious edifice being filled to its utmost capacity iby a well pleased audience who attentively listened to the im pressive exhortations given to the young folks toy the venerable Rev. O. Risvold. The class did well and has certainly gained under his instruc tions. Those confirmed were Clifford Jam es Pladsen, Clarence Arthur Gandrud, Melvin Cornelius Wig, Berton Kermit Pladsen,. Millar.d Eugene Monson, Ir win Hegbert Quale, Arnold Oliver Njos, Orville Edwin Rindal, Ella Al vina Rindal, Ida Myrtle Huseby, Ida Theresa Trustheim, Esther Irene Rime, Agnes Karin Peterson, Alice Amanda Peterson, Alma Lovisa Elling son and Ellen Rindal. A sum of llo'O for the missions was laid on the altar at this occasion. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our gratitude to those who have contributed towards the purse of money given US'. Thanks, from the bottom of our hearts. N 4your .' way.- HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID '/-.. Safe Milk, Cream, Whipping Earl J.' Lorenz and Children. WRESTLING MATCH Dillon Peterson and George Zim mer Will Meet at Kandiyohi Saturday. A wrestling match which is- attract ing attention locally is that to be held Saturday evening at the M. W. A. Hall -at Kandiyohi. The actors on the mat are-,to he Dillon Peterson of'At water versus George Zimmer, 230 pound man from Waverly. Peterson weighs 175 pounds and thus tackles a much heavier man. The match will be lo the finish, best two but of three falls. There will also be four rounds of*'boxing it's preliminaries. Admission price is set at Miy\cent9. RUSSIAN RELIEF PROGRAM At the Fahlun Baptist church on October 36th: Song, audience: Vv Scripture.reading and prayer, Erick Rosen. -k Vocal solo, Miss Hazel Broman. Recitation, Miss "Cecelia Johnson. Vocal sold, Miss Mabel Lundquist. 'Song, .choir. Historical Review of Russia, Mrs. Miner Kohrs*. Russian Song, Mrs. Axel Anderson. Song. Quartette. The Needs of Russia, Rev. Axel An derson. Song, Choir. Offering will be taken for the Rus sian cause. .Refreshments will be served. A Remarkable Record Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a remarkable record. It has been in use for colds, croup and whooping cough for almost half a century and has constantly grown iiu favor and popularity as its good qualities became better known. It is the standard and 'main reliance for these diseases in thousands of homes. The facts that it can always be depended upon and is safe and pleasant to take are greatly in its favor when it is wanted for children.—Adv. Oct —Herbert Hoglund was a visitor in the Twin. Cities on Sunday. B*"••£**&*?t$SH ^^HyH^I^H F^^^^i IsiP Free delivery in city if notified. Address: We Buy Our Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings From HOAGLUND j^|ywSB^*V- ^f|| A Violin Violin JORO The Shampoo of Personality Scientist discovers how to bring out Hidden Beauty in different color of Hair. A special SHAMPOO for each shade, Blonde, Brunette, Titian, one application. Results, wonderful lustre, amazing softness, clean scalp, scurf, dan druff, improves hair's growth. Get JORO today from un dersigned, sole distributor for this locality, to prove the above, or MONEY RETURNED. Price 50c, by mail 55c. Learn today what exquisite beauty your hair actually pos sesses, and how to bring that BEAUTY OUT- G. J. Totting Box 94. B. Willmar, Minn. DIFFENDiMF ..f:Because TheyuSeU For Cash and Th«y Sell For Less iM?*. "Sr «c »H -J a^^^^^Hff^KJ IHK Studio opens for Instruction Sat, Oct. 28. A limited class of pupils accepted N. B. a^£ SWALIN if. 1 £Jf 'WI&, £f-'