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March 3, 1879.1
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ted therewith are requested to ask
their attorney or the Probate Judge to
have the notices published in the Will
mar Tribune.
BOOST THE ASSEMBLY.
THAT UNJUST DECISION.
Judges Groscup, Otis and San
born are among the several federal
jurists who have taken upon them
selves the responsibility of defend
ing soulless corporations as against
the peace and dignity of states and
the plain, common people. Jurists
exercise authority without a tremor
that would put the commoner to
the blush and overthrow acts of
lawmakers like so much rubbish
with a free hand and abandon that
would have turned a Ceasar green
with envy. The freight and pas
senger tariff of two years ago has
now been declared confiscatory and
unconstitutional by the latter, and
the state is on the defensive, with
slippery ground to stand on at that.
What are railroad freight sched
ules, but confiscatory in this state,
where little factories start up in
small towns are forced to move to
the twin cities in order to secure
freight rates they can afford to
pay? Surely this confiscation of
industry from the rural districts
to swell the big centers of popula
tion can have but one meaning.
The purpose of this is to make as
long hauls as possible and to con
trol the politics of the state. The
ruralist is in the minority and the
under dog. He dances to the music
of the railroads and pays the fid
dler, he toes the mark of the cor
porations and Days the freight, his
barley is sold to make beer and he
takes his pay in foam, his mineral
wealth is being shipped out of the
state to keep eastern factories sup
plied with the necessary raw mater
ial for their existence, he pavs the
taxes in order that those factories
mav escape them, he works twenty
hours a day that the fat boys need
not soil their hands or their clothes.
If his legislator secures the passage
of a law in his interest, the city
chaps have the courts to wipe it
from the statute.
But there is hope of a tree if it
be cut down, that it will surout
again and the tender branch there
of may not cease, but rush forth by
the sparkling brook, vigorous, man
ifold and undaunted by the dispar
agement and discouragement of the
past, again ready and determined
to battle again for the right and
bear the brunt of the fight. It
were better to lose in the cause of
jright and bear the brunt of the
1902, at Willmar, Minnesota, as second class matter, under act of
VICTOR E. LAWSON, Editor and Manager.
Foreman of Printery. JESSIE G. MEYER, City Editor
OFFICIAL PAPER OF KANDIYOHI COUNTY AND CITY OF WILLMAR.
SPECIAL NOTICE
An outline of the talent already
engaged for the Second Annual
Season of the Willmar Park Assem
bly is given elsewhere in this issue.
It contains much that will appeal
to all of our citizens, and is suffi
cient to prove that the good pio
gram of the first season will have a
worthy successor in the one provid
ed for this year. The summer
ehautauqua is an institution worth
the while for every good citizen.
Its continued success will be a val
uable asset to the whole county.
Think of being able to come for a
pleasant outing and hear for a few
cents eminent men whom the peo
ple of the cities would have to
payHedin,|Erickson,
big prices to hear! The list of
speakers so far arranged contains
eminent men from not less than ten
different states, from North, East,
South and West, and they are alling
men who have made their mark on
the platform and public life, and
who bear messages that will enter
tain, instruct, enoble and broaden
the minds of those who hear them.
We speak of this early, for we
know there are thoughtless ones
who are ready to discourage and
needlessly throw obstacles in theL.
way of the men who are laboring
to make this public benefit a suc
cess. Why can we not all unite
this year and boost this assembly to
the best of our ability, and thus
help establish it as a permanent in
stitution in our city and county?
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Willmar, Minn.,by Victor B.Law-
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WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 10. 1911.
fight. It were better to lose in
the cause of right than win in the
cause of error and wrong, and nowbills.
that we are driven out of the
trenches the reserve forces
ready at our command—and
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CITY COUNCIL
PROCEEDINGS
Council Chambers,
Library Building,
Willmar. Minnesota, Mav 8th, 1911.
Regular meeting of the City
Council with Mayor Wellin in the
chair. The following members of
the city council were present on
roll call Mayor Wellin, Aldermen
Frederickson, Johnson, Anderson,
Sperry, Dahlheim
and Norman, 9 absent, none.
City Attorney Stanford was also
present.
The minutes of the regular meet
held April 24th, 1911, were
read and approved as read, also the
minutes of the meeting held April
27th, 1911, were read and the same
were approved as read.
The following bills were on
tion referred to the finance commit
tee:
GENERAL FUND.
J. I/. Johnson, services Judge of Elec
tion $ 9.05
M. O. Thorpe, services Judge of Elec
tion 9.05
A. Wold, services Judge of Election 9.05
J. W. Kent, 9.05
C.A.Nelson, 9.05
John Williams, 9.05
Robert Ives, 9.05
R.W. Stanford, 9.05
G. J. Bjornberg, servicesJudge of Elec
tion 9.05
E. Ohsberjr, services Judge of Election 9.05
Chas.J. Freeberjj, services Judge of
Election 9.05
August Holm berg, services Judge of
Election 9.05
J. B. Boyd, services Clerk of Election 3.55
A. Struxness, 3.55
A.O. Forsberg, 8.55
A. F. Hanscom. 3.55
Samuel Nelson, 3.55
O. A. Grangaard, services Clerk of
Election 3.55
J. B. Glaruni, services Clerk of Elec
tion 3.55
N. S. Swenson, services Clerk of Elec
tion •. 3.55
Willmar Seminary, rent of polling
place 6.00
J. E. Maloney, rent of polling place... 6.00
C. Freeberg. ... 6.00
Alton Crosbv and W. T. Markbus,
rent of polling place 6.00
Yours for uni
formity.
Yours for great
est leavening
power.
Yours for never
failing results.
Yours for purity.
Yours for economy.
Yours for every
thing that goes to
make up a strictly
high grade ever
dependable baking
powder.
That is Calumet. Try
it once and note the im
provement in your bak
ing. See how much more
economical over the high
priced trust brands, how
much better than the cheap
and big-can kinds.
Calumet is highest in quality
—moderate in cost.
Received Highest Award
World's Pure Food
FiiFffctitioit-
Ole Gilbertaon, labor in park 8.75,
Peter Anderson, 87
J. A. Rowat, surveying and profile (2
bills) 12.50
J. A. Rowat, engineering work on
sewer plans 26.00
Fred Gray Co., surety bonds 15.00
Ole Gilbcrtson, labor 1-75
Republican Gazette, printing ballots,
poll tax notices and publishing no
tice (2 bills) 17.00
Olat H. Dale, recording bonds 2.30
Miller-Davis Printing Co., election
blanks 1-50
Palace Grocery Co., barrels and cadles 2.25
John H. Person, wrenches for-fire de
partment 2.00
A. Horton Sperry, for use of "dump,
ground" and taking care of same 7
months 35.00
J. H. Wiggins Co., sewer pipe 1.5+
WATER AND LIGHT FUND.
Caldwell and Brown Co., motor 85.12
Pure Oil Co., oil 12.63
Minn. & Western Grain Co., coal 174.63
Jallm.er Pearson, labor and wiring.... 36.00
Oscar Pearson, labor on water main 8.00
John H. Person, repairs 1.65
J. H. Wiggins Co., mdse and repairs.. 16.34-
STREET FUND.
Peter Anderson, labor 20,13
Lars Rasmuson, 21.00
August Sundling, 21.00
D. B. Dougherty, with team (2
bills) 54.80
J. C. Freese, labor with team 46.00
Christ Paulson, labor with team 2.00
(Celley & Sanderson, labor with team 6.00
PERM. IMP REVOLV. FUND.
J. A. Rowat, profileOlaf Ave. grading 3.00
I'OOR FUND.
Nels Hjort, plowing lor garden, Poor
House properties, First Ward 1.50
The finance committee reported
the foregoing bills back approved
and on motion the report was ac
cepted.
Alderman Anderson offered the
following resolution which was
unanimously adopted. All members
voting, "Aye."
RESOLUTION.
Be it resolved by the city council
of Willmar that the city clerk be
and he hereby is authorized to issue
warrants against the respective
funds in payment of the foregoing
Approved May 9th, 1911.
E. C. Wellin. Mayor.
Mr. R. F. Daly of Renville, Min
nesota, appeared and submitted an
ordinance for a local telephone
franchise. He addressed the coun
cil on said subject. Moved, second
ed and carried that action on said
proposed ordinance be deferred till
next meeting. Carried.
Mr. John Nygaard appeared in
reference to the grade of Mason
street in Spicer's addition, request
ing that said street be graded be
tween Trott and Minnesota Aves.
Moved and seconded that the
matter be referred to the Street
Committee with power to act and
to report at the next meeting.
Carried.
Mr. J. M. Jacobson asked for a
street crossing across First St. to
Oline Ave. The matter was referred
to the Street Committee.
The Street committee presented
a written report recommending that
certain sidewalks be condemned.
and order
The report was accepted
ed placed on file.
Alderman Anderson presented the
resolution which was
adopted by the full vote of the
mo-following
Council, viz: Aves, 8 Noes, none.
RESOLUTION.
Resolved that the sidewalk on
the South side of block one (1) in
the original plat and West side of
block nine (9), Glarum's Addition
to the city of Willmar be and the
same is hereby condemned, and,
Resolved, further, that a cement
sidewalk, four and feet wide be
and the same is hereby ordered laid
in front of the following property
in the City of Willmar, to-wit:—
On the south side of block one (1),
in the original plat and west side
of block nine (9) Glarum's addition
to the City of Willmar, said side
walk to be laid in accordance with
the ordinance of the City of Will
mar and the specifications now on
file with the City Clerk and under
the spervision of the Street Com
missioner.
Approved May 9th, 1911.
E .C. Wellin, Mayor.
A profile of Olaf Avenue prepared
by Engineer Rowat was .resented.
Alderman Anderson offered the
ft llowing resolution which was ad
opted by the following vote: Ayes,
Aldermen Fredrickson, Johnson,
Anderson, Hedin, Erickson, Sperry,
Dahlheim and Norman, 8 Noes,
none.
RESOLUTION.
Resolved, that the plat and sur
vey of all of Olaf avenue, in thecity
City of Willmar, heretofore prepar
ed by J. A. Rowat in the matter
of the grading of said Olaf Avenue,
and showing the nature and extent
of said improvement the parcels of
land that may be benefited by theClerk
same, and the names of the owners
of each parcel of said lands so be-to
nefited as the same appears on the
last assessment roll in the office of
the County Auditor of Kandiyohi
County, Minnesota, said plat and
survey being now on file in theuanimously
office of the City Clerk, be and the
same is hereby adopted.
Approved May 9th, 1911.
E. C. Wellin, Mayor.
The clerk was instructed to ad-and
vertise for bids for grading Olaf
Avenue. Said bids to be received
at the next regular meeting. Car
ried.
Moved, seconded and carried that
the publishing bids, laid over from
the last meeting, be considered.
The bid of the Tribune Printing
Company and the Journal Publish
ing Company were read.
Alderman Dahlheim introduced
the following resolution which was
adopted by the following vote:
Ayes, Alderman Frederickson, John
son. Anderson. Hedin, Erickson,
Sperry. Dahlheim and Norman, 8
Noes, none.
RESOLUTION.
Resolved, that the bid of thereceived
Tribune Printing Company for do-votes
ing the official publishing for theed
ensuing year at the following
prices, to wit:— Council proceed
ings, 16 cents per folio. All other
notices reauired, 20 cents per folio
each insertion. Annual Financial
As good a Hair Net as you ever bought
for 10c each, at this sale
3 for 10c
ALL LACE CURTAINS
LESS THAN COST
Better Look
Genuine Cut Star Water Glasses,
seconds in quality, but cheaper
than dirt
8c Each
Statement, 14 cents per folio be
and the same is hereby accepted,
and the mayor and city clerk are
ereby instructed to enter into a
contract with said Tribune Printing
Company for the doing of said work
in accordance with said bid.
Resolved, further, that the Will
mar Tribune be and the same is
hereby designated as the official pa
per of the City of Willmar.
Approved May 9th. 1911.
E. C. Wellin, Mayor.
The contract bond of the Tribune
Printing Company was fixed at
$500.00.
Alderman Erickson offered the
following resolution which was
uanimously adopted.
RESOLUTION.
Resolved, that the Charter Com
mission be and they are hereby re
spectfully petitioned to prepare and
Dropose an amendment to the city
charter of the city of Willmar, to be
voted upon by the electors of said
at next annual charier election,
repealing section 98 of chapter 5 of
said city charter, relating to the
imposing and collection of a poll
tax.
Resolved further, that the City
be and he hereby is instructed
to transmit a copy of this resolution
the said charter commission.
Approved May 9th, 1911.
E. C. Wellin. Mayor.
Alderman Erickson presented the
following resolution which was
adopted by the full vote
of the Council.
RESOLUTION.
Resolved, that the Charter Com
mission of the Citv of Willmar be
they hereby are respectfully re
quested to prepare and submit to
the voters of the city an amend
ment to section 5 of chapter 2 of
the City Charter at a special or an
nual charter election, where by said
section may be changed so that the
office of the City Attorney will be
an elective instead of an appointive
office.
Approved May-9th, 1911.
E. C. Wellin, Mayor.
Moved and carried that the Coun
cil proceed to elect a street com
missioner. Carried.
0. A. Grangaard and J. P. Larson
were placed in nomination for the
office of Street Commissioner. On
ballot being taken, 0. A. (Grangaard
6 votes and J. P. Larson 2
O. A. Grangaard was declar
elected to the office of Street
Commissioner, to serve at the
pleasure of the council.
Alderman Anderson offered the
following resolution which was
adopted by the following vote^:
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Good assortment of Black Veiling,
yards long, each in parchment en
velope
Only 19c
Ayes, Alderman Fredrickson, John
son. Anderson, Hedin, Sperry..
Dahlheim and Norman, 7 Noes,
Alderman Erickson, 1.
7RES0LUTI0N.
Resolved, that the salary of the
Street Commissioner, be and theAyes.
same is hereby fixed at $60.00 per
month while employed.
Approved May 9th, 1911.
E. C. Weilin, Mayor.
The Street Commissioners' bond
was fixed at $100, and he was re
quested to furnish a personal bond.
The Chief of Police was instruct
ed to have East Pacific Avenue
cleared of all obstructions and order
parties obstructing said avenue to
vacate same. The Street Commit
tee was authorized to spend $75.00
on North Nelson' Avenue in First
ward.
Moved and seconded to proceed to
elect a member of the Water and
Light Commission. Mr. H. S. Pet
erson and Mr. C. B. Carlson were
placed in nomination for said office
and on ballot being taken II. S.
Peterson received 7 votes and C.
B. Carlson 1 vote.
H. S. Peterson was then declared
duly elected for a term of 3 years
to succeed Mr. E. M. Stanford
whose tepm expires.
The clerk reported that Mr. C.
Carlson, appointed as a member of
the Board of Health at the last
meeting, had not qualified for said
office.
C. B. Carlson was placed in nom
ination for the office of member of
Board of Health for the ensuing
year "and on ballot being taken re
ceived the full vote of the council
and was declared duly elected to
said office.
Official bond of J. A. Rowat, City
Engineer, contract bond of E. M.
Sanderson for street sprinkling and
side walk contract bond and main
tenance bond of Wm Peterson and
W. L. eer were presented an
referred to the City Attorney. The
City Attorney referred the bond
back as correct in form and execu
tion and on motion the bonds were
approved.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oatb that he is senior
partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney Co., do
ing business In the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
re8'
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
presence, this Cth day of December, A. D., 1886.
Seal. A. W. GLEASON.
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Send for testimonials,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
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Guaranteed Human Hair Switches, 22 in. long and full 2 oz., short stem wavy switch, such as are advertised in magazines
at $3.00, we have only the medium shades of brown, but listen for the price on this popular item
We won't say a word about
BLAC N E S I S
but you better price them
at this sale.
Full six foot Window Shades, in genuine oiled opique cloth that sell at most dealers for 35c, our price has never been that
much nor has our price ever been so low, as at this sale each
First quality cut star water glasses,
bell shape or straight
either kind
12_c Each
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LET THIS FACT "GRIP" YOU, THAT
CHASE'
S ANNIVERSAR SALES
Are Always Worth Your Attention
This year we propose to give you a three days sale, and one that will be remembered as an unusual event. We have been working to this end
for some weeks and can assure all, that our efforts in gathering together some very extra values, have been much more
success,ul than our wildest hope.
THIS SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY SALE IS
May 15th, 16th and 17th, Remember
and to give you just a faint idea of what to expect look these items that follow, over carefully and then stop and ask yourself this question: "Did
", Chase's Cash Store ever misrepresent facts in any advertisement or otherwise."
(MUSIC AFTERNOON AND EVENING)
100 boxes high class writing paper, both plain and ruled, full quire of paper and same number of envelopes, actual values
25c, 30c and 35c, bought specially for this event, and offered in any quantity while they last, per box
Our Pattern of English Dinnerware, beautiful glazed body, with small Dresden wreath in Pink and Green. This pattern we shall not con
tinue but close it out (for this sale only) at 10 PER CENT less than jobbers price.
IT HAS NOT TAKEN PEOPLE LONG TO LEARN THIS IMPORTANT FACT
OU NEW5 ANDIO CENT STORE
is giving bigger values every day, than anything else west of the Twin Cities. Something new and up-to-date all the time. The entrance, of
course, is through our main store room and connected by archway.
Will_ar=CHASE S A S SXORE=Minnesota
The matter of the plans for the
construction of a sewer system for
the city was taken up.
Alderman Anderson offered the
following resolution which was
adopted bv the following vote:
Solid Back Hair Brush in fancy shape,
50c is cheap enough, but now at.....
33c
Highest grade two burner
GASOLINE STOVE
$2.05
Alderman Frederickson, John-
son, Anderson, Hedin, Erickson,
Sperry, Dahlheim and Norman, 8
noes. none.
RESOLUTON.
Resolved, that that certain reso
lution, adopted by the city council
and approved on Feb. 14th, 1911,
relating to the plans for the con
struction and installation of a sewer
system, filtrating beds and pumping
stations for the city of Willmar.
be and the same is hereby resciu led.
Resolved further, that the plans for
the construction and installation of
a sewer system, filtrating beds and
pumping stations for the City of
Willmar, preDared by Engineer
Rowat and Prof. Bass, as the same
now appear on file in the office of
the City Clerk, be and the same
are hereby adopted as a sewer
system for the said city, subject
however to changes and modifica
tions in the discretion of the council.
Approved May 9th, 1911.
E. C. Wellin, Mayor.
The matter of specifications for
construction and intallation of
the sewer system was discussed.
B.the
Alderman Johnson presented the
following resolution which was
adopted by the following vote:
Ayes, Alderman Frederickson, John
son, Anderson, Hedin. Erickson,
Sperry, Dahlheim and Norman, 8
noes, none.
RESOLUTION.
Resolved, that the specifications
for the construction and installation
of a sewer system, filtrating beds
and pumping stations for the city
of Willmar, now on file in the office
of the city clerk, be and the same
are hereby adopted, subject how
ever to changes and modification
in the discretion of the.council.
Grape Juice or Wine Glasses
EXTRA SPECIAL
real value $1 50 a set, but at this sale
Each 7
Apprved May 9th, 1911.
E. C. Wellin, Mayor
Moved, seconded and carried that
a standing committee of three
aldermen, the city engineer, and
city attorney be appointed to exam
ine the sewer plans and specifica
tions and that the said committee be
authorized to make such changes in
the plans and specifications as
arefeet.basement.t
deemed necessary.
The mayor appointed on said
committee Aldermen Dahlheim, An
derson, Johnson, City Engineer
Kowat and City Attorney Stanford.
The matter of fixing the date the
sewer bonds shall bear authorized
under Ordinance No. 115, and the
time for selling said bonds was con
sidered.
Alderman Anderson offered the
following resolution which was
adopted by the following vote:
Ayes, Aldermen Fredrickson, John
son. Anderson. Hedin, Erickson,
Sperry. Dahlheim and Norman, 8
Noes, none.
RESOLUTION.
Resolved, that the bonds of the
city of Willmar, authorized to be
issued under and by Ordinance No.
115, entitled. "An Ordinance au
thorizing the issuance of the Bonds
of the City of Willmar for the pur
pose of obtaining funds with which
1911, beginning at two o'clock p.
m. my three residence properties
located in said block—viz:
First house contains three rooms
with pantry and hall on first floor,
all hardwood finish. Second floor,
three rooms with bathroom and
three closets, pine finish. Cement
ed basement. Lot 57 feet 150 feet.
Cement stone sidewalk and water
closet on lot. 80 barrel cistern.
fi-w
15c
"Mammoth" the new Hair Barrets,
50c the country over, just the thing
for new hair dressing:
25c
$1.63
Billy Bumps, Rastus and other $1.00
Art Dolls, your choice
79c
15c
100 Sets
Child's Knife, Fork and Spoon
7c A SET
to construct a sewer system for the
said city and for the purpose of
purchasing sites and erecting there
on filtrating beds and pumping sta
tions to be used in connection with
the sewer system of said city",
shall bear date the 1st day of June
A. D. 1911
Three New Modern
RESIDENCES
Approved May 9th. 1911.
E. C. Wellin, Mayor.
Alderman Dahlheim introduced
the following resolution which was
adopted by the following vote:
Ayes, Aldermen Frederickson, John-
Continued on next page.
Photographs at one half price at
Baklund's new studio, over Berk
ness & Peterson's store. 11
FOR SALE AT
Publi Auction
I will sell at public auction in block 12, Fencing's
Addition to City of Willmar on
Saturday, May 20th
Second house contains three rooms
with pantry and hall on first floor,
all hardwood finish. Second floor,
three rooms with bathroom and
three closets, pine finish. Cement
ed Lot 57 feet 150gain
Cemen stone sidewalk and
barn on lot. 80 barrel cistern.
Third house contains three rooms
with pantry and hall on first floor,
W. N. Davis, Auctioneer
N. S. Swenson, Clerk
all hardwood finish. Second floor,
three rooms with bathroom and
three closets, pine finish. Cement
ed basement. Lot about 58 feet
150 feet. Cement stone sidewalk
and watercloset on lot. 80 barrel
cistern.
Water supplied for all three
houses from a well 100 feet deep.
Well water and cistern water con
nected with a water tank in each of
said houses. Septic tank on premi
ses. ^-V-./*- 7 ./"..if
Terms:—Each buyer must pay
down $100. cash or furnish certified
check for that amount to bind bar
on the day of sale. Purchas
ers will be given time on two-thirds
of the purchase price if so desired.
Houses will be open for inspection
from May 17th till date of sale.
Andrew Bjorsell,
--.,*^,v Owner
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