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ETHE REE SCHOO OF MUSI
PIANO, VIOLIN AND VOCAL
Special Courses in Normal Training
for Teachers
Kindergarten Work and Lessons in Harmony
Willmar, Minn.
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ROSELAND
REPORTS
Roseland. May 8—Rev. and Mrs.
J. Dragt from Silver Creek are
spending sometime here visiting
with relatives and friends. Rev.
Dragt delivered a sermon in the
church here Sunday afternoon.
Miss Bertha DeJager left last
Monday for Prinsburg to work for
her sister, Mrs. H. Vander Bilt,
for sometime.
George Theget and Will T. Stob.
who went to Canada about a month
ago to take claims, returned again
last Saturday. No place like home,
is there, boys?
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Now's the Time for May Walks
So Buy Your New Suit Today
Mk^W^Y'C '^^Kilt^^^ VtTIII• Tritotiwii_
Let it be a Wooltex. Then you'll
have no cause for regret.
Every Wooltex garment is made of
pure wool or silk fabrics.
Each one is so carefully made that
you'll get far more wear from it than the
two seasons for which it is guaranteed.
Here's an illustration that gives you a
faint idea of the elegance of these suits.
Come to our coat and suit department
and see this garment and other lovely
Wooltex models.
PETERSON &
WELLIN
The Store That Sells Wooltex
Special Discount On All of This
Season's Wooltex Suits
We will place on sale Thursday, May the nth, all of
this Season's Wooltex Suits now in our stock at 25% off
former prices.
One Special Lot of Separate Skirts, in black and col
ors, at 25% off.
One Special Lot of Ladies' Suits, all good styles and
colors, at HALF of former price.
One Special Lot of Suits and Coats, values up to
$25.00, your choice $10.00.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kohrs spent
Sundav atfemoon with Mr. and
Mrs. N. Douma.
H. Brouwer has purchased a new
gasoline engine for plumbing pur
poses.
Miss Jacobina Nyp spent Sun
dav at her home here.
Mrs. S. Dykema returned from
her visit in Chicago last Saturday
and is now spending some time
with her daughter, Mrs. Tom Phare
in Willmar.
Pictures of that sweet baby
or the whole family now at
half price at the Simons
Studio.
For Steamship Tickets
To and From Europe BY The
CUNARD, WHITE STAR And
Other First Class Lines, And
FOR FIRE INSURANCE, Inquire
of Hans Gunderson, Second Floor
Bank of Willmar Bldg., Willmar,
Minn. 4f
Odds Ends
at Special Prices at
Standard Lumber Company's Yards
We have been doing some sorting and rearranging
of stock lately, and have found a lot of odds and
ends for which we have no particular place. So we
have decided to put a price on all irregular stock
and clean it out. There is not enough of any item
to fill a bill, but just the thing for fixing up about
the place.
Come and pick out what you want
and we will make the price.
Send us your bills for estimates.
Scranton Goal always on hand.
STANDARD LUMBER COMPANY,
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H. C. HANSON, Agent.
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Willmar Markets
Corrected May 10, 1011.
Prices on creamery butter.nour, bran.snorts
aaA apples are dealers' selling prices, all othe
are prices paid to producers.
Willmar Elevators are paying two cents
above market prices.
Wheat. No. 1 Northern OOc
Wheat, No. 2 88c
Wheat, No. 3 84,c
Wheat, No. 4. 81c
Wheat, rejected 74c
Wheat, No. 2 VelvetChaft S7c
Wheat, No. 3 Velvet Chaff. N3c
Wheat, No 1 Durum 79c
Wheat, No. 2 Durum 77c
Wheat, No. 3 Durum 7-tc
Wheat, No. 4 Durum 71c
Oats 23cto 26c
Barley 58c to 70c
Rye 88c to 93c
Flax $2.15 to $2.35
Corn +tc
Flour, fancy $2.90
Flour, straight *2.80
Bran $26.00
Shorts $26.00
Potatoes 1.00
Beans $2.50 per bushel
Cabbage 4c per pound
I Onions 4c per pound
I Bggs 14c
Butter, separator 19c
Butter, dairy 17c
Butter, creamery 2lc
Lambs $5.00
Sheep $3.00 to $4.00
Chickens 9c to 10c
Beefsteers $5.00
Beefcows $3.00 to $4.00
Y«?al calycs $4.00
Hides 6c
Hogs, live $5.10
The Simons Studio offers
you pictures at half price to
May 20th.
Convention at Atwater.
The 23rd annual convention of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of the eighth district held
in Atwater last week was largely
attended. The sessions were all
most helpful and interesting. At
the matrons' silver medal contest
Thursday evening Mrs. G. E. Oberg
of this city won the medal. Her
oration was "Woman's Ballot".
The following officers were elect
ed to have charge of the affairs of
the district the coming year: Pres
ident Mrs. H. Craswell vice pres
ident, Mrs. J. D.Parnell treasurer,
Mrs. Celia Rodlun and secretary,
Miss Hilda Altman of Atwater.
The convention will be held in
Wlilmar in 1912.
Miss Effie McLaird of Rochester,
state secretary of the young peo
ple's branch of the W. C. T. U.
spoke at the M. E. church Friday
evening. Miss McLaird is pos
sessed of a winning personality and
makes friends for the cause wher
ever she goes. She is a speaker of
ability and presented most convin
cing arguments against the liquor
traffic.
Usual Result.
Indian—Did lie miss again? Guide—
Of course he did. Didn't you hear
him shoot?—Spare Moments.
LUTH. SYNOD.
Next Sunday no services at the
Willmar church in the forenoon
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Eng
lish evening services at 7:30. Ser
vices with communion at the Solo
mon Lake church at 10:30 a. m.
The Vikor Ladies' Society meets
with Mrs. A. M. Dokken next
Wednesday afternoon.
The Sewing Circle meets with
Mrs. J. R. Petersen next Saturday
fternoon at 3 o'clock.
SWEDISH MISSION.
The Ladies Aid society will meet
next Friday afternoon at 2:30
in the church basement. From 3:30
o'clock and on refreshments will be
served by the Paul Mesdames Peter
son and John Nicholson. Everyone
most cordially invited. Next Sunday
regular services at 11 o'clock a. m.
and at 8:00 in the evening. Y.
P. S. meet at 6:45 p. m.
SWED. BETHEL.
Services next Sunday evening and
mid-week service Thursday even
ing. The May social by the Ladies
Society takes place May 18. as per
notice elsewhere.
OAK PARK M. E.
Sunday School at 10:30 o'clock.
There will be no services. The
pastor will be in Colfax. The
young people will give an entertain
ment at the church Saturday even
ing. Everybody is welcome.
LUTH. FREE.
Prayer meeting Thursday even
ing. The young people's^ Society
north of Willmar will meet at the
home of Anders Johnson Thursday
evening. The ladies society south
west of Willmar meets at the home
of Mrs. Nels Anderson Fridav af
ternoon at 2:30.
Bethania young Deople's society
meets Friday evening, and Mrs. L.
Jorstad and Miss Ethel Govig will
serve refreshments. The morning
service next Sunday will be in
memory of the late Prof. Oftedahl
and the memorial sermon will be
preached by Prof. Helland of Min
neapolis. Prof. Helland will also
preach at the evening service. S.
S. evening service. S. S. at 12 m.
and Bible Class at 7 p. m. Two of
the church societies are making ar
rangements for a 17th of May festi
val to be given Wednesday evening,
May 17. Good program and re
freshments.
OAK PARK M. E.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock,
morning service at 11 and evening
service at 8 o'clock. May 13, there
will be a young people's social at
the church at which refreshments
FIRST M. E.
Services Sunday, at 10:30 a. m.
and 8:00 p. m. Sunday School 11:54
a. m. Epworth League, 7 p. m.
The third number of the lecture
course will be Rev. Dr. Leonard of
Minneapolis, Tuesday evening, May
16, at 8:15. A popular address.
SWED. M. E.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock
morning service, 11 o'clock Y. P.
S. at 7 p.m. evening service at 8
o'clock midweek service Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCI
ENTIST.
Services Sunday, 10:45 a. m.
Every Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock. All are welcome to these
services.
SALVATION ARMY.
Meetings Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday evenings. Farewell meet
ing to Lieut. Swenson next Sunday
evening. Wednesday, May 17, the
Woman's Sewing Society meet at
the hall at two -o'clock. Refresh
ments served by the society. All
invited.
Cards Of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Erick Valine render
their most sincere thanks to all
their many friends and neighbors
in this their time of sorrow and
bereavement, for their sympathy
and helpfulness on the occasion of
the death of their beloved son Wal
ter Carlson. Especially on behalf
of his mother Mrs. Valine of Du
luth. Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Valine and familj.
To the friends and neighbors who
gave us their sympathy and assisted
us so kindly at the time of the
death and funeral of our dear little
daughter, we wish to extend our
heartfelt gratitude.
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE NOVELTY
Aeroplanes
Great Fun for Old and Young
AEROPLANE
READY FOR
THE FLIGHT.
C. E. Kroona and family.
In honor of Mrs. F. H. Knox.
Mrs. W. F. Gratz entertained in
formally and delightfully at her
home on Monday afternoon. Visiting
and the service of dainty refresh
ments occupied the time very plea
santly. Pink and white carnations
brightened the parlor and living
room and centered the table in the
dining room. Mrs. J. H. Martin
assisted the hostess.
Willmar's summer school will
open June 26th and continue five
weeks with Supt. G. A. Foster of
this city, Mr. J.H. Hay of Thief Riv
er Falls. Miss Alberta Ackerman of
Morris and others, who will be as
signed later, as instructors. There
will be classes in all 1st and 2nd
grade subjects and special in
struction will be given in Agri
culture and Domestic Science.
BOYS AND GIRLS
FLYING IN
THE AIR.
SEE THEM FLY
HOW TO GET ONE FREE
Any boy or girl who sends or brings us a new
subscriber to the Willmar Tribune will get one of these
aeroplanes. Trial subscriptions of three months for
25 cents will count for one. More blades will be given
with the full yearly subscriptions however, than for
the short term.
If you want to be the first one in your set to get
an aeroplane, get busy. Find out who doesn't keep the
Willmar Tribune, and ask them to subscribe so that you
can get an aeroplane. They'll do it: Don't give up.
This is the only way you can get an aeroplane. They
are not for sale anywhere. The Tribune has the rights
in this part of the country.
THE TRIBUNE COMPANY,Willmar,Minn.
Hakes Homo Baking Easy
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Absolutely Pure
Tbo only baking powder
made from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar
NOALUM.HOUMEPHOSPHATE
Miss Marion inton, who has
taught the past year in the Boise,
Idaho, schools, has been re-elected
to her position at a substantial in
crease in salary. Miss Minton will
spend the summer vacation at her
home in Willmar.
New London Photo Studio
open Saturday, May 20th.
Einar C. Simons,
Photographer.
Conrad Swenson of New London
visited Willmar over Sunday.
Bids For Grading Olai Avenue.
Sealed bids will be received by
the City Council of the City of
Willmar, up to 8 o'clock p. m. May
22. 1911. for the grading of Olaf
Avenue in said city.
The profile of said grading may
be seen at the city clerk's office,
and all of said work must be done
in accordance with the engineer's
plans and specifications.
A certified check to the amount
of ten percent of the bid. payable
to the treasurer of the city of Will
mar must accompany each bid.
All bids must be sealed and en
dorsed "Bid for Grading."
The council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Willmar, Minnesota, May 9th, 1911.
132 Hans Gunderson, City Clerk.
Bids For Sewer Bonds.
Sealed bids will be received bv
the city council of the city of Will
mar, Minnesota, at the Council
Chambers in said city, up to eight
(8) o'clock in the afternoon of May
29th, 1911, for the purchase of the
sewer bonds of said city of Willmar
to the amount of thirty-thousand
($30,000.00) dollars, or as much
more as said city may require, but
in no event to exceed the amount of
fortv thousand dollars ($40.000.00)
any excess above thirty-thousand
dollars ($30,000.00) to be furnished
to such amount and at such times
as said city may direct.
Said bonds will bear date the 1st
day of June, 1911. will be in de
nominations of one thousand dollars
each, or multiple thereof, will be
payable twenty years from the date
of issue at the office of the treasurer
of the city of Willmar. and will
bear interest at not exceeding five
per cent per annum, payable semi
annually.
No bid will be considered at less
than their par value and accrued
interest.
A certified check to the amount
of ten per cent of the bid, payable
to the city treasurer of the city of
Willmar, shall accompany each pro
posal.
Reasonable time will be granted
after the acceptance of any bid to
pass upon the validity of said bonds,
but any successful bidder failing or
neglecting to accept or reject the
same within fifteen (15) days after
notice of his bid being accceDted
by the city council, shall forfeit the
certified check accompanying said
bid.
All bids must be addressed to the
city council and marked "Bid for
Bonds."
The council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Dated at Willmar, Minnesota,
this 9th day of Mav, 1911.
133 Hans Gunderson, City Clerk.
For Graduation
We have a complete line of Watches,
Jewelry and silver novelties, and a splendid
assortment of other articles suitable for
graduation gifts.
We respectfully ask you to call and see what
we have to offer.
Anderson Bros. & Co.
The Fourth Street Jewelers
Willmar Minnesota
FOR RENT—Furnished room at
610. Second St. ?f
SEED FLAX for sale.
Baklund. Willmar, Minn.
Miscellaneous Want Column
C. A.
10
WANTED—Short order cook and
dining room girl at the Delmonico
Cafe. 12f
WANTED--Girl
housework.
Anderson.
for general
Inquire of Mrs. A. A.
13f
ROAD TEAM FOR SALE—Good
drivers. Inquire of C. F. Akerson.
Pennock, Minn. 12f
SEED OATS—For Sale at the
Minnesota-Western Grain Elevator,
Willmar, Minn. 8f
Steam heated rooms for rent.
Inquire of R. W. Stanford, Post
office Buliding. 4tf
TO RENT—Fine, modern office
with 2 or 3 rooms also single rooms
furnished. Henry Ames. 132p
FOR SALE—A brood mare with
colt. Inquire of N. Vus, mile
north of Roseland store. 122p
WANTED—Jobs of outside paint
ing, work by day or job. Dalen &
Co. Phone 249. 113
FOR SALE—At once, the Dream
land Candy store, 212 Third street.
Inquire at that location. lp
FOR SALE—Flax seed, about 75
bushels, clean from foul seed. C.
C. Birkeland, Willmar R. 1 9f
FOR SALE—Bull calves, one I
blooded Holstein and one I blood.
Holger Elkjer. Rt. 5, Willmar. 122
GOOD GIRL WANTED—For
general house work. Inquire of
Mrs. N. B. Carlson, 329 4th St. 5f
EGGS FOR SALE—Barred Ply
mouth Rock eggs for hatching. 15
for 40c. W. E. Sommerville. 125
PIGS FOR SALE by H. P. Jensen
Pennock, farm on west side of St.
Johns Lake, Dovre & Mamre
Tel. line. 12fp
FOR SALE—Fine farm of 240
acres located at Grue station. In
quire of Peter Erickson Willmar,
Route 5. 4-8p
FOR SALE—Five or ten acre
tracts near city limits. Inquire of
ANDERSON LAND CO., WILL
MAR, MINN. 5f
FOR SALE—Irrigated farm of
80 acres near Billings, Mont. Now
rented. Call on or write Martin E.
Tew, Willmar. llf
FARM LANDS for sale in Cen
tral Minnesota, for descriptions ad
dress Benton County Real Estate
Co. Sauk Rapids, Minn. 2-18
FOR SALE^-My four passenger
Queen touring car. 18 horse power,
in fine shape, for sale at a bargain.
Address C. M. Johnson, 403, 12th
St. N.. Willmar. Minn. 8f
EGGS FOR HATCHING—From
Rose Comb Brown Leghorns, White
Wyandottes and Barred Plymouth
Rocks. Write for prices. John
Tygeson, Raymond, Minn. 96
TO LET—Part or all of 500 acres
of breaking and putting into flax at
the highest going price for break
ing. For further particulars call
on Anderson Land Company. 12f
FOR RENT—Strictlv modern
7 room house, furnished or unfur
nished. Owner desires to occupy
one room. Inquire at Tribune
office. 123
WANTED TO RENT—House in
Willmar large enough for family
of eight and some boarders. For
particulars address Spicer, Minn.,
Rt. 2, Box 69. 123p
LOST—Gold bowed "grab" spe
tacles in masonic hall or on street
between entrance of hall and 5th
Street and Litchfield Ave. Finder
kindly return to Mrs. H. J. Roma
nowsky, Atwater, Minn., and re
ceive reward, or at Tribune office.13
FORD RUNABOUT FOR SALE
—At a bargain, four' cylindef. fif
teen horse power, shaft driver, new
battery, tires good, all in running
order. Will take a farm mare in
trade. Address G. E. Thomas,
312, 10th St. Willmar, Minn. 8f
WANTED—A number of loans
on Kandiyohi County farms in
which to invest our SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT funds. No better se
curity "outdoors."
13f Kandiyohi County Bank.
WANTED—To loan money on
land, at very low rate of interest,
and on terms, so the borrower may
pay part, or all of the principal, on
any interest payment date.
A. P. Adams,
45f Willmar. Minn.
FOR SALE—A fine 160 acre farm
about 3 miles from Griffin, N. D.,
and 8 miles from Bowman (county
seat), 60 acres broken, the rest
gently rolling prairie excepting
7 or 8 acres. House 14x20, good
water, stable, and chicken house.
$30 per acre. For further infor
mation write to Matt Abrahamson,
Griffin, N. D., Box 34. 12-6t
DRAFTSMEN WANTED.
The United Civil Service Com
mission has announced an open com
petitive examination to be held
May 24th and 25th, in various cities
of each state for the position of
TOPOGRAPHIC DR A FT S A N
AND COPYIST TOPOGRAPHIC
DRAFTSMAN, at salaries ranging
from $900 to $1500 per annum.
As difficulty has been experienced
in securing sufficient eligibles to
meet the demands of the service,
the Commission urges qualified per
sons to enter the examination.
Applications must be filed in ad
vance and the necessary blanks and
infomation can be secured from the
Commission at Washington, or the
Secretary 8th Civil Service District.
Post Office, St. Paul. Minn.
County Surveyor's Notice.
To the Public:
Having established myself here
permanently, I am ready to do any
work required when called upon,
such as land surveying and drainage
engineering, especially for tile
ditches. Write me, or call at my
office in the courthouse, where I
may be found when not at work.
I have my own automobile.
AIo Abrahamson,
County Surveyor.
Willmar, Minn., May 9, 1911. 131p
State Hospital lor Inebriates.
Willmar, Minnesota.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
State Board of Control at their office in the
state capitol building. St. Paul, Minn., until
2 p. m., Monday, May 29, 1911, for the
erecMon and completion of an administration
building, men's and women's wards build
ings, service buildings, and connecting cor
ridors, superintendent's house, power plant,
laundry building and connecting tunnels, in
cluding the general contract work, plumbing
work, heating and ventilating, and electrical
work, in accordance with plans and specifi
cations furnished bv Clarence H. Johnston,
architect, 715 Capital Bank building, St.
Paul, Minn. Bids will be received collectively
and separately. Bids to be submitted only
on forms supplied by the architect and no
other form of bid will be considered. Bids
must be accompanied by a certified check for
2 per cent of the amount of the bid, payable
to the state board Of control, which check
will be returned when building contract is
executed. Copies of the above plans and
specifications may be seen at the Builders'
Exchange, St. Paul, Minn., the Builders' Ex
change, Minneapolis, Minn., the State Bank
of Willmar, Willmar, Minn., at the office of
the State Board of Control, State Capital
building, St. Paul, Minn., and at the office
of the architect, on and after Wednesdav,
May lO. Extra copies of plans and speci
fications may be obtained on application to
the architect' on payment of the cost of
duplication. Successful bidders must furnish
the board with surety company's bonds for
75 per cent of the amount of the contract.
The right is reserved to accept or reject anv
or all bids. 13-3t
(First publication May 10-*t.)
Citation for Hearing on Final Account
and for Distribution.
ESTATE OF ASBJORN PEDERSON,
RANNESTAD, also known as ASBJORN
P. RANNESTAD.
State of Minnesota, County of Kandiyohi,
in Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Asbjorn
Pederson Rannestad, also known as As
bjorn P. Rannestad, Decedent:
The State of Minnesota to all persons in
terested in the final account and distribution
of the estate of said decedent: The represent
ative of the above named decedent, having
filed in this court his final account of the ad
ministration of the estate of said decedent,
together with his petition praying for the ad
justment and allowance of said final account
and for distribution of the residue of said es
tate to the persons thereunto entitled There
fore, you and each of you, are hereby cited
and required to show cause, if any you have,
before this court at the Probate Court
Rooms in the Court House, at the City of
Willmar, in the County of Kandiyohi, State
of Minnesota, on the 5th day of June, 1911,
at 2 o'clock P. M., why said petition should
not he granted.
Witness the Judge of said court, and the
seal of said court, this 9th day Of May 1911.
[Seal] T. O. GILBERT,
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Judge.
GEO H. OTTERNESS,
Attorney for Petitioner, r*
Willmar, Minn.
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