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The only con dition is that they call at this store to get the chair/:: ANDREW PETERSON THE N I E MAN Phone 165 Willmar, Minn. Report of the City Clerk of the City of Willmar Continued from page 9, Mar. 27,1912 XK8TAZAMSNT, UATERXAX,, XtAMFS, ETC. No. Name. Nature of Claim Beardsley Chandler Mfg. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Beardsley Chandler Mfg. Co., mdse Frank S. Betz Co., mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse •. N. W. Elect. E. Co., mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Central Elect Co., mdse General Elect. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Cadwell & Brown Co., motor General Elect. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Power Equipment Co., motor St. Paul Elect. Co., mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse General Elect. Co., mdse Samgams Electric Co., mdse Northwestern Electric E. Co., mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse National Carbon Co., mdse General Electric Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdbe The Emerson Elect. & Mfg. Co., mdse Wagner Elect. Mfg. Co., mdse Bearslee Chandler Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse St. Paul Electric Co., mdse General Electric Co., mdse General Elect. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse General Electric Co., mdse Wagner Electric Co., mdse Bearslee Chandler Mfg. Co., mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse St. Paul Elect. Co., mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse Century Elect. Co., mdse General Elect. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse St. Paul Elect. Co., mdse Beardslee Chandelier Mfg-. Co., mdse General Elect. Co., mdse The Emerson Elect. E. Co., exhaust fan Northwestern Elect. E. Co, mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse General Elect. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse H. W. Johns Mansville Co,, mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse General Elect. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Wagner Elect. Co., mdse The Sterling Elect. Mfg. Co., mdse Westinghouse Elect. Mfg. Co., mdse Bryan-Marsh Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse Northwestern Elect. E. Co., mdse General Elect. Co., mdse The Emerson Elect. Co., mdse '. General Elect. Co., mdse WXBXNG. wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring wiring PLEASE TAKE NOTICE We have our feed-mill inUplace and are now ready to do your feed-grinding. Also will keep on hand at-all times a full supply of Ground Feed, Ground Screenings, Shorts, Bran, Corn and Oats IM \#VO O Foltlee at DulutbDElevator Phone No. 201 CAMPBELL-HODGSON GRAIN CO. War. No. Nam*. 16290 Jallmer Pearson, wiring 16321 Jallmer Pearson, wiring 16406 Jallmer Pearson, wiring 16432 Jallmer Pearson, wiring Total Commission 15100 Kimball Elect. Co., mdse Total Total Total Am't .8 21.26 19.85 11.09 90.00 00.56 198.32 48.00 185.29 7.20 11.34 01.90 85.12 83.31 66.49 33.00 9.40 98.98 90.46 10.00 36.36 00.87 32.92 37.87 10.09 8.87 2.85 11.07 09.49 17.00 53.81 65.55 37.42 10.80 106.42 75.00 1.00 24.00 46.60 167.71 63.78 31.00 38.19 84.57 12.44 125.80 8.30 79.51 6.20 9.33 9.05 75.00 70.00 25.06 72.43 73.17 214.42 2.00 64.61 61.97 76.74 1.50 14.60 31.54 31.07 63.14 88.26 241.68 22.00 64.88 14611 L. Frldlund, part rent of office March, 1211 14623 J. C. Dale, mdse 14624 Tribune Printing Co., envelopes 14673 Lewis Hardware Co., mdse 14676 Sam'l Porter, collection fee. Water and Light eoUeetlons 14600 L. Frldlund, part office rent April, 14014 Tribune Printing Co., publishing sails for bids 14071 J. H. Wiggins Co., mdse 14006 L. Frldlund. part rent office May, 14007 First National Bank, St. Paul, Interest oeupens due 0-1-11. water bonds 16044 Ths Frits Cross Co., journal for Watsr A Light Department 16004 Lewis Frldlund, part rent ef offlee, Sept.. 1011 16084 Plant Rubber Co., rods* 16086 Tribune Prtg. Co., stationery and supplies 16087 P. Pearson, cash advancsd fer labor, postage, etc 16103 L. Frldlund, cash advanced tor freight 16104 L. Frldlund, cash advanced for express, 'phone messages and sup plies 15234 Peterson «e ©eer, sisewalks T»tal Bonds" Total Total 63.811.01 39.00 35.70 35.40 36.30 36.00 27.00 46.00 24.90 21.60 24.00 38.40 28.80 24.00 21.15 25.20 24.45 34.20 27.90 24.00 Tetal Nature of Claim Am't 8.70 ai.ao 26.00 sio 14711 Frits Cross, ledgers and Index books 33.76 14711 P. Pearson, postage, express and supplies 4.6S 14717 Tribune Printing Co., slrsular letters and notloes 0.10 14736 First National Bank. St. Paul, Interest oeupens, due 0-1-11, water bonds t, 060.00 147ft P. Pearson, 'phone messages .' 1.06 14700 L. Frldlund. part rent office June, 1011 6.00 14802 Bank of Willmar, Interest coupons due 7-1-11 chargeable t* Water and Light Fund 326.00 .26 8.00 0.02 20.00 8.00 8.76 30.00 6.00 60.00 6.10 10.92 6.00 2.00 1.76 13.26 2.30 14867 Berg A Sorenson Co. mdse. 14887 L. Frldlund, part rent office July, 1911 14809 Olof Sundt, labor 14900 Farsham Printing Co., meter books 14007 J. C. Frees*, labor with team 14909 Aug. Bundling .labor 14910 A. Struxness, opening new set books Water A Light department.... 14011 Willmar Brick Co 1402A L. Frldlund, postal cards for monthly statements 14971 Ben Benson, mdse 14073 Republican Gazette, printing and publishing 16003 L. xridlund, part rent of office Aug., 1011 15019 J. A. Rowat, specifications foundations brick oblmney 15021 Aug. Sundling, labor 15039 Frank Heald, drayage 16042 The Improvement Bulletin, advertising bids, brick chimney 15043 Fred L. Gray Co., premium surety bond for Secretary Water St Light 15110 A Struxness, opening books for Water & Light Commission 30.00 15131 L. Frldlund, part rent of office, Oct., 1911 5,00 15208 L. Fridlund, part rent of office Nov., 1911 6.00 15222 P. G. Hanuy, renewal premium Fire Insurance policy on plant and machinery 04.00 15223 Aug. Sundling, labor 2.25 15251 P. Pearson, cash advanced for postage, telephone messages and supplies 2.35 15285 Willmar Hardware Co., mdse 24.43 15287 Harttord Steam Boiler Insp. & Ins. Co., renewal premium boiler policy 165.00 15288 Tribune Prtg. Co., envelopes and receipts for Water 6 Light Com mission 33.00 15289 Lewis Hardware Co., mdse 2.02 15294 L. Fridlund, part rent office Dec 1911 5 00 15297 Bank of Willmar, interest coupon due 1-1-12 Funding bonds, charge able to W. & L. Fund 325.00 15330 Nels Knudson Co., drayage 4.6O 15331 P. Pearson, cash advanced for labor and mdse 1.75 16356 L. Fridlund, part rent of office Jan., 1912 5.00 15371 H. Gunderson, cash advanced for postage, 'phone bill and 0.65 15373 The Adder Machine Co., part payment Adding Machine 236.44 15400 L. Fridlund. part rent office Feb., 1912 5.00 16427 Willmar Hardware Co., mdse 3.55 15430 Lewis irldlund, cash advanced for express, postage, etc 19.05 16449 Lewis Fridlund, cash advanced for freight 49.29 raSKARSST XXV&OVSlKBXfT W S 15089 Peterson & Geer, cement street crossings $ 16193 J. H. Wiggins Co., catch basin and manhole cover 15260 Peterson & Geer, cement crossing and labor FOOB rt72¥2. 14080 Nels Hjort, plowinf for tardea, poor house properties In First Ward 15194 R. B. Otterness, mdse for poor 15195 Palace Grocery Co., mdse for poor 15196 S. K. Stansberry Implement Co., wood for poor 15235 Berkness, Peterson & Co., mdse for poor 15236 Skoojf & Anderson, mdse for poor 15237 Mrs. J. R. Peterson, appropriation Red Cross Society gSBMANTnrr XUFBOVBMENT BBvovrarct itrm. 14533 J. A. Rowat, engineering work Olof Avenue $ 14583 Tribune Prtg. Co., publishing in Olaf Avenue grading 14679 J. A. Rowat, pronle Olaf Avenue 14683 N. O. Nelson, County Treas., grading and sidewalk assessment certified to County Auditor lots 1 and 3, block *, Ferrlns/s Addition paid to City Treasurer 14728 F. L. Smith, balance 8th S grading eontraet 14729 Tribune Prtg. Co., publishing Olaf Avenue grading 14731 E. M. Sanderson, street sprinkling May, lSi 14800 E. M. Sanderson, street sprinkling June, 1911 14834 J. .... Rowat, engineering services Olaf Avenue grading 14872 J. A. Rowat, engineering services Olaf Avenue grading 14873 Tribune Prtg. Co., publishing Olaf Avenue grading 14888 E. M. Sanderson, street sprinkling July, 1911 14917 D. B. Dougherty, account contract Olaf Avenue grading 100.00 14918 D. B. Dougherty, account contract Olaf Avenue grading 400.00 14982 M.' D. Manning, commissioner Olaf Avenue grading 9.00 14983 L. A. Wold, commissioner Olaf Avenue grading... 14984 J. A. Hedin, commissioner Olaf Avenue grading... 14985 Tribune Prtg. Co., publishing Olaf Avenue grading. 14986 A. Gilbertson, serving notices Olaf Avenue grading 15004 E. M. Sanderson, street sprinkling Aug., 1911 15065 E. M. Sanderson, street sprinkling Sept.. 1911 15132 £2. M. oanderson, street sprinkling Oct., 1911 16164 D. B. Dougherty, balanee Olaf Aveaue grading oontraot IVTXBBBT FUWD. 14785 Kandiyohi Co. Bank, interest coupoa due 7-1-11, "Funding Bonds"..! 14803 Bank of Willmar, interest coupons due 7-1-11, "Funding Bonds"... 15295 Kandiyohi County Bank, interest coupon due 7-1-11, "Funding 15296 Bank of Willmar, interest coupons due 7-1-11, "Funding Bonds"... 16357 Security National Bank, Minneapolis, part interest sewer bonds due 2-1-12 8XHXXHG PXTKD. War. No. Name. Nature of Claim 15459 Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners, certificates of indebtedness purchased T.TTmaBY TVttB. 14512 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building $ 14534 Amy Hanscom, salary as librarian, March, 1911 14536 Northwestern Telephone Co., 'phone rent 14597 Amy Hanscom, salary as librarian, April, 1911 14598 Water ft Light Commission, lamps and water rent 14627 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building, April. 1911 14696 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building, May, 1911 14698 J. M. Beck, binding 14699 Sophia L. Rice, books St. Paul Book Stationery Co 14730 J. H. Wiggins Co., repairs 14732 Mrs. C. £,. Horn beck, 1 set of History 14733 Water &Light Commission, water rent 14734 Amy Hanscom, salary librarian May, 1911 14736 Northwestern Telephone Co., telephone'rent. 14737 John Skoolheim, part payment for new roof 300.00 14801 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building. 14804 Amy Hanscom, salary as librarian June, 1911 14836 National Press Association, for cyclopedia 14874 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building 14890 Amy Hanscom, cash advanced for supplies and freight 14891 Amy Hanscom, salary librarian July, 1911 14920 Northwestern Telephone Co., 'phone rent 14922 Edith Frost, saiary as substitute librarian 14989 Amy Hanscom, salary as librarian Aug., 1911 14990 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building 15032 Peterson & Qvale, account contract John Skoolheim 16033 J. M. Beck, binding magazines and books 15034 Sophia L. Rice, bills St. Paul Book & Stationery Co 16067 Amy Hanscom, salary as librarian Sept., 1911 15068 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building 16133 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building 16165 Northwestern Telephone Co., 'phone rent 15166 Amy Hanscom, salaryas librarian Oct., 1911 15167 Northwestern Telephone Co., 'phone rent 16209 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building 15210 Amy Hanscom, salary as librarian Nov., 1911 16291 Northwestern Telephone Co., 'phone rent 16292 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building 16298 Amy Hanscom, salary as librarian Dec 1911 16299 Sophia L. Rice, books St. Paul Book & Stationery Co 16800 J. M. Beck, binding 15303 J. H. Wiggins Co., repairs 15304 Elfstrum & Co., magazines 15306 Amy Hanscom, railroad fare to convention, freight, express, postage and supplies 15344 H. W. Wilson Co., "readers guide" "."."*.* 16380 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building 15381 Amy Hanscom, salary as librarian Jan., 1912 15386 Northwestern Telephone Co., 'phone rent '.. 16387 The Minneapolis Journal, subscription 15388 Water & Light Commission, water rent 15416 Mrs. A. O. Sather, work in library building 16418 Amy Hanscom, salary librarian Feb., 1912 16443 St. Paul Pioneer Press, subscription 16444 Northwestern Telephone Co., 'phone rent saw Committee System T«tai ...- BOVDS WHO. 15382 A. B. Rice, J. S. Robsins and Brick Holt, for letA 8. 9 and 14). block 7 and for right of way across block te 18 Hanson's Addition, (ground for settling tank) 15413 A. A. Anderson, railroad fare and expenses te S Paul on Sewer Committee 15414 C. A. Dahlheim, railroad fare and expense to S Paul on Sewer 15416 R. W. Stanford, railroad fare to St. Paul and return with Sewer Committee 15417 O. B. Glarum, for right of way privilege and for outlet for Sewer 15440 Oscar Clausen Engineering Co., specifications and engineering work on sewer plans 16441 J. A. Rowat, engineering work on sewer plans 48.78 18442 The Journal Publishing Co., printed specifications and bid blanks for sewer system 38.00 I 038.00 6.00 1.16 3.00 4.10 11.16 6.00 1.44 1.46 6.00 240.00 6.26 21.60 6.00 14.61 14.30 1.06 90.44 31.64 i.ie $2,977.03 790.76 22.85 47.07 1 860.68 $ 1.50 4.50 5.25 3.25 6.75 5.13 15.00 41.3g 11.35 1.80 3.00 152.39 10.00 .80 74,00 74,00 3.00 3.50 4.40 74.00 9.00 3.00 4.80 13.00 74.00 74.00 74.00 72.00 262.24 11,547.28 26.00 400.00 25.00 400.00 150.00 fl.000.00 Am't $2,000.00 82,000.00 7.00 40.00 3.00 40.00 12.36 8.80 5.00 19.20 60.35 2.75 15.00 3.82 40.00 3.00 4.80 40.00 18.60 5.80 8.99 40.00 3.00 20.00 40.00 5.00 500.00 25.40 95.00 40.00 6.00 14.20 3.00 40.00 1.60 6.85 40.00 3.00 7.25 40.00 21.67 25.35 1.80 74.52 29.61 6.00 6.25 40.00 1.50 4.80 8.32 6.55 40.00 4.80 1.50 11,140.24 $1,808.00 7.60 7.60 6.10 100.00 110.00 $M$8.8S HUSKIN6S Harrison, April 1—Dr. Healy of Spicer made a professional call in this locality Tuesday. Earl Martin was an Atwater caller Monday. Mrs. Geo. Martin and Miss Edythe Olson returned last Monday from a few days' visit in the cities. A few of the Harrisonites were en tertained at the P. Berglund home last Sunday evening. Quite a number from here attended the auction sale at Nek Olson's last Monday. Everything was disposed of at a good price. Peter Henderson of Spicer cried the sale. We think Mr. Henderson is a very capable auctions eer, and anyone contemplating auc tion sales will do well to call on him. Peter Burns ef Kandiyohi visited at the home of his brother-in-law, F. H. Harris, one day last week. Bert Barber was a Spicer caller Tuesday. F. H. Harris purchased a horse at the Nels Olson auction last Monday. Mr. Marlow, the Rawleigh man, was in this locality last week. Mrs. Ge). Wilson visited relatives in Atwater the latter part of last week. Geo. Martin, F. H. Harris and fam ilies, visited at the Wm. Monson home in Irving last Wednesday even ing. Geo. Wilson assisted Geo. Martin dehorn some cattle last Thursday. Geo. Martin purchased a harness at the Nels Olson auction last week. H. 0. Myhrtf assisted H. Home de horn cattle last Friday. Geo. Wilson was an Atwater caller Friday. Earl Martin departed for Willmar last Friday, where he will seek em ployment. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoppe were Spic er callers last Thursday. Miss Ella Pagel visited at the Pet er Johnson home a few days last week. Jim Wilson of Spicer purchased some wheat from H. Martin Thurs day. XE ELIZABETH LEAKING^ Lake Elizabeth, April 1—Spring work is in full swing now in this lo cality. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Stenberg and Master Donald arrived from Minne apolis last Thursday and are now staying at Fred Stenberg's. Hilmer Stenberg has accepted the position as buttermaker in the Harrison creamery. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Danielson and children visited at C. B. Danielson's of Gennessee last Sunday. Abel Ekbom made a short visit at August Olson's Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson spent Sunday at Geo. Jones' of Atwater. Levi Ekbom seemed rather quiet about something Sunday evening. Esther and Amanda Erickson spent Thursday evening at A. T. Bjur's. A very pleasant surprise was ten dered Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ekbom by about forty of their friends last Friday evening. The evening was spent pleasantly with games and ev eryone voted Mr. and Mrs. Ekbom royal entertainers. Lunch was ser ved at a late hour, after which ev erybody left for home. A sum of money was presented the newlyweds. Mrs. Fred Stenberg is again very ill. Miss Lillie Boom came home Fri day from Atwater to spend the Eas ter vacation at her home here. Geo. Winberg is able to be about after his recent illness. Easter services will be held in the Swedish Baptist church Friday fore noon. Everybody welcome to attend. Edwin Holmgren called at John Olson's Friday evening. Esther and Hilda Anderson visited with Bernice Bjur Sunday afternoon. Archie Paulson called at Simon Ekbom's Sunday evening. Grue, April 1—April fool day. It's a long time since you read the Grue Grist. Spring comes but once a year. Some plowing and dragging is being done in this vicinity, also some seed ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Nelson and fam ily of Willmar came out Saturday for an over Sunday visit at the former's home. A. B. Kleven was in Willmar to seek medical aid on Saturday. Mrs. Axel Nelson arrived home from Kandiyohi on Thursday, after a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Victor Anderson. The Metropolitan Barber Shop, Bank of Willmar Building, B. T. Otos, proprietor, is the shop to get a shave, hair cut and bath. 22f MISS VERA HED Hair Dressing Parlors In the Ruble Block, Willmar. Hair Dressing, Soft Water Shampooing and Manlouro Switches, Puffs and Curls mads of hair combings i-is^k mmmmm ^^WW^^WTf^r^f^f^W^ SON- 'WlllMM T?r1I»un«», W»«4•»•»**** A Ifeltt C* V^ '-y*'. -, ,'»-", 7 \%\**r\" t*. siJiCrS RING0 LAKE Bingo Lake, April 1—Mr. and Mr*. M. E. Ekblad left lor their home at Dawson, N .D., after a week's visit with relatives in this vicinity. Mr. Victor Danielson is at present visiting with relatives in Willmar. A pleasant surprise party was giv en for Mr. John Blomgren last Thurs day evening, at the home of Jonas Monson by a large number of friends. Mr. Blomgren firmly believed the sur prise to be given Monson's. The ev ening was spent in a pleasant social way, a midnight lunch was served, and a neat sum of money was left to Mr. Blomgren as a remembrance of the occasion. He intends to leave for Bhame, N. D. in the near future. Alfred and Alice Swenson spent last Saturday evening at the John Jacobson home. Mr. John Peterson, with his family arrived here last Monday from Good hue county to take possession of his farm here, recently purchased from Mrs. Sophia Gustrud. While we re gret to see Mrs. Gustrud leave, we ^welcome Mr. Peterson to our neigh borhood. A deal was closed last Tuesday, by which Mr. Albert Monson became the owner of the late N. P. Holmgren farm here, at the price of $3,700. The "Lut Fisk" supper held in the Norwegian Hauge church last Fri day evening was well attended. A good program was rendered. The choir from the Zion church at Spicer, assisted, and Prof. Swalin gave a few musical numbers. Bev. Lokens gaard of Hanley Falls, Minn., made a few impressive remarks. Mr. Oscar Johanson left for Dia mond Lake last week, where he in tends to remain for some time prac tising the carpenter trade. LAKE-ANDREW Lake Andrew, April 1—Mr. John Birkeland, the popular well digger, is at present boring a well on the school lot in District 25. L. H. Larson shipped a carload of stock from New London last Wednes day. Miss Augusta Mostue is back home from an all winter visit with her sis ter, Mrs. Gust Moe, of Watertown, S. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Hattlestad were county seat visitors Friday. Mrs. O. B. Railson entertained the Ladies' Aid Society of the East Nor way Lake church on Wednesday, the 25th. The financial report of receipts and disbursements of the defunct Nor way Lake & Sunburg Kailway Co., is still forthcoming. Some of the state of Minnesota's privileged fishers were around Lake Florida last week with a view of seining said lake but, thanks to the patriotic and public spirit of the resi dents around the lake, they changed *their minds and departed. A special telephone meeting was held on the 22nd in the school house. School will commence in District 25 today with Emanuel Franklin as teacher. Little drops of water, Little grains of sand, Makes a dandy play-house, For our little friends. Lake Andrew and Norway Lake correspondents to the county papers are getting as numerous as fleas in a summer ni~M, so the lingoist will say his "vale." RINGVILLE HUNGERS Ringville, April 1—Easter services will be conducted in Gausdahl church on second day of Easter by Rev. Hanson. Sunday school meets Eas ter day at half past 10 o'clock. A practical discussion of "Pro gressive Issues" by I. M. Kalnes of Starbuck, Minn., will be given in the Georgeville school house Friday ev ening, Feb. 5th, in place of the tem perance meeting, which was to be held that evening. Mrs. Larson, formerly Miss Julia Thompson, is at present enjoying a visit at her home here. Mrs. Monten made a trip to Minne apolis last week. Mrs. G. M. Johnson visited with her friend, Miss Murphy at Eden Val ley last Friday. The Georgeville and Ringville Far mers' club meets in the Georgeville school house Monday evening, Apr. 8. Don't forget the date! Everybody come and make the meeting as inter esting as possible. Agriculture will be discussed, and a short literary program will also be rendered. Martin Sundflot of Brooten is at present working for P. O. Sonste gaard. The farmers had another big meet ing at Georgeville Saturday, and prospects look very favorable that we will have a farmers' store at Georgeville very soon. A number of friends sprung a sur prise on Laura Kraabel last Wed nesday night. Laura will soon leave with the Thompson family for North Dakota. It seems that all our young people have the Dakota fever very bad this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Halvorson and Mrs. G. M. Johnson visited at Colfax last Sunday. The Minerva Debating Society will give a program and necktie social in the Georgeville school house Thurs day, evening, April 11, for the benefit of the organ fund for the school house. Don't forget the time. Girls Rayo driving lamps, $2.50 Never-Out driving lamps, all brass, $3.00 No. 6 Columbia Ignitor Batteries, 25 cents Jewel kerosene cooking stoves, $8.50 White Lily washing machines, $7.00 Power washing machines, $11.00 1900 washing machines, $12.50 Wire nails at $2.50 per keg Brooms, 35 cents A full line of all kinds of ready mixed paint and oils, such as linseed oil, separator oil and all kinds of machine oil from sewing machine oil to the best grade of automobile oil. We also have the exclusive sale of the great Majestic Steel Ranges. Yours to serve, bring a necktie and lunch for two. The boys of course, will be anxious to buy a new tie, especially when there is a partner and lunch along in the same bargain. Carrie and Hannah Chelmen made a trip to Paynesville last week. Norway Lake, April 1—There will be services and the Lord's Supper at the Hauge's church on Good Friday at 11 o'clock a. m. Martin Reierson called at the Will mar hospital to see his wife who was operated upon a week ago. Mrs. Reierson is improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Railson attend ed the funeral of Elmer Glesne on Friday. J. S. Christenson shipped his steers and hogs last week. Christen son is well pleased with the returns from his corn as fed to steers and hogs, and predicts that he will go over the feeding program again next year if corn crop oermits. OHSBERG SELVIG & CO. Great satisfaction is expressed all over about our new mail carrier, S. G. Swenson. A more accommodating carrier cannot be had. NO CAUSE TO DOUBT. A Statement of Facts Backed by a Strong Guarantee. We guarantee Immediate and posi tive relief to all sufferers from consti pation. In every case where our rem edy fails to do this we will return the money paid us for it. That's a frank statement of facts, and we want you to substantiate them at our risk. Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like candy, are particularly prompt and agreeable in action, may be taken at any time, day or night do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive looseness, or other undesirable etlects. They have a very mild but positive action upon the organs with which they come in contact, apparently act ing as a regulative tonic upon the re laxed muscular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aid.ng to restore the bowels to more vigorous and healthy activity. Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable and ideal for the use of children, old folks and delicate persons. We can not too highly recommend them to all sufferers from any form of con stipation and its attendant evils That's why we back our faith in them with our promise of money back if thev do not give entire satisfaction. Three sizes: 12 tablets 10 cents, 36 tablets 25 cents and 80 tablets 50 ceuts. Remem ber, you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at, our store—The Rexall Store CARLSON BROS. PHOTOGRAPHS With perfect likeness and cheerful expression, with rich Sepia finish the latest styles,—that's the kind you get at the Simons Studio. 132 Bids Wanted—Latest Notice. Bids will be received by the Build ing Committee of the Swedish Luth eran Tripolis church for raising church and building basement there under until Monday, April 1, at 2 o' clock p. m., addressed to the under signed. Specifications may be seen at the residence of the undersigned, at the Farmers' Elevator at Kandiyo hi or at Ohsberg, Selvig & Co.'s hard ware store at Willmar after Friday, March 22. The earth taken fiom the excavation must be removed 20 rods. Certified check for $200.00 must accompany each bid as guar antee of good faith. The committee reserves right to reject any or all bids. By NELS ANDERSON, Chairman. Willmar, Minn., Rt. 2, Mar. 18, 1912. A. E. RICE, President Bids for Repairing Courthouse. The undersigned will receive sealed bids up to April 4, 1912, at 2:30 o' clock p. m., for repairing the Kandi yohi County Courthouse as follows: Removing old floors and laying new floors of best maple, Vfe inch face, in all the offices and the hall in first story alternative bid for laying tile floor with 6 inch tile cove along sides in main hall of first story painting and decorating all walls in the offices and halls putting in steel ceiling in all offices and halls and painting the same removing old stairs in north east corner of building from the ground to main floor and from main floor to second story so as to provide jlonger tread varnishing all wood work in building, except in court room, and repairing woodwork in window sills. Certified check for $100.00 to accompany each bid. The committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated at Willmar, Minn., this 11th day of March, 1912. A. 0. FORSBERG, We believe that our 30 years of business among you (the people of Kandiyohi County) warrants in claiming that we can offer you an abso lutely safe storehouse for your money. Checks on us are accepted in payment of bills at par in any part of Minnesota. Ninety per cent of the successful business men are Bank Depositors. What better time than now to open a Check Account with us? We have unexcelled facilities for trans acting all branches of banking. Our Officers will be glad to extend to you every courtesy consistent with sound banking. We will keep your valuables in our fire proof vault free of charge. We shall be pleased to have you call on us. BANK OF WILLMAR N. B. JOHNSON, 3t Committee. Bids Wanted. Sealed bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners of Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, at the County Auditor's office in the City of Willmar, until 2 o'clock p. m., March 28, 1912, for leasing a suitable build ing to be used as a County Poor house for the term of one year from the first day of April, 1912. Such building must be situated in one of the following places, towit: City of Willmar, Village of Atwater, Village of Spicer, Village of New London or Village of Raymond. Bids will also be received at the same time and place in a separate enclosure for the care of poor as in mates kept at County Poor House to include board and washing and bid der must state the price to be charg ed per week for each person. Bids must be delivered to the Coun ty Auditor on or before 2 o'clock p. m., March 28, 1912, and marked on the outside "Poor Bids." The Board reserved the right to re ject any or all bids. Dated at Willmar, Minnesota, Mar. 5, 1912. JOHN FEIG, County Auditor, Kandiyohi County, Minnesota. By order of the County Board. Sale of Drainage Bonds. Sealed bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners of Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, at the office of John Feig, County Auditor, •until 2:30 o'clock p. m., April 30th, 1912, for the purchase of $15,000 ten (10) years, $12,000 twelve (12) years, $10,000 of thirteen (13) years, $13,000 of fourteen (14) years, $15, 000 of fifteen (15) years and $20, 000 of sixteen (16) years Kandiyohi County Drainage Bonds, interest not to exceed 5 per cent, payable semi annually. Eaeh bid shall be accompanied by a certified check in the amount of $2,000,payable to County Treasurer, and shall be placed in an envelope and endorsed "Proposal for the pur chase of Ditch Bonds" sealed and ad dressed to John Feig, County Audit or, Willmar Minnesota. All bids will be publicly opened at the time and place above stated. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Dated at Willmar, Minnesota, this 18th day of March A. D. 1912. JOHN FEIG, County Auditor of Kandiyohi County, Minnesota. By order of County Board. 3t Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $120,000.00 C. E. LIEN, Vice-Pres. ,. F. G. HANDY, Cashier N. 8: SWENSON, Ass't Cashier 'V 1 I u.