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& iB-i»m»illllill^li|^inJii u"\i'|i»i|l ff«'l i-Tj-niwy Styleplus Clothes Read the Styleplus Clothes Story in this week's Saturday Evening Post (Issue of March 30th) Mallory Cravenetted Hats New Styles for Spring Now in Stock Price $3.00 Easter Neckwear for Me Season's Latest Novelties in Blacks and Colors at 50c Men's Dress and Negligee Shirts Large and varied assortment of Wilson Bros/ make at $1 and $1.50 'skusSi THE LEADING STORE Offers an abundance of Correct Wearing Apparel for Men and Boys, for the Spring and Summer Season of 1912. We can supply your needs at at tractive prices with reliable merchandise. Our Motto Is QUALITY, STYLE AND PRICE 11 This store is the only authorized agency for Style plus Clothes in this community. Our Store will be Open Thursday Evening and closed Good Friday, April 5. PETERSO N & WELLI N WILLMAR, MINNESOTA Style 136 BOYS' BOYS W W A 3 t€f Crossett Sho MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY TRAOt MARK 4 to $ 6 everywhere pfowoy do to C/ V^this shoe is tke hefttmmZcfd very comfortable friendship. One of the popular new Crossetts. Made in dull gun metal with a short vamp and seven buttons. Cleverly perforated. High arch, high heel. Style in every line. Q^o tke shoe-tired man there comfort-trie shoe gGDdish in its looks tGD. Here's a Spring Crossett in which the comfort feature is heavily em phasized. Broad toe broad, flat tread room enough in the heel to make it fit good and feel good. Demi cadet blucher on the Pen nant last. Lewis A.Crossett.IncMaker North Abingtott, Mast. Crossett Sho "MAKES LIFE'IS WALK EASY" 4 A 4 to $ 6 everywhere T"*HE superiority of 1 YTRAGOo clothes for boys over any and all other makes can be summed up in just one word—value. It's that all 'round value that means quality in the materials, durability in the making, exact fit, smart style, splendid appearance. Such value means economy and perfect satisfaction. fancy Knicker Suits, 8 to 18 years, 2 and 3 button double-breasted and Norfolk models, with soft roll lapels, fancy gray, brown and blue worsteds, cassi meres and tweeds. The best values you have ever seen for only Others at $6.00 to $8 50- XTRAGOOD Suits, made of strictly all-wool shrunk cheviots, tweeds and cassimeres, in new brown mixtures, fancy gray checked and diagonal striped weaves, two-button style coats, knickerbockers cut extra full, lined throughout, all seams over cast, sewed with pure silk, 8 to 18 years Munsing Union Suits In Spring Weights, $1.00 to $3.00 Style 122 Lewis A.Crossett.IncMaker North Abington, Mass. Mothers Like Boys' XIBAGOOD Clothes $10.0 0 $5.00 CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS (ContinuecTfrom page 1). Aug. Sundling, labor at cess pool 9.00 J. C. Freese, labor at cess pool with team 16.00 0. Gilbertson, labor at cess pool 10.13 P. Henderson & Co., mdse for parks 3*40 WATER & LIGHT FUND. Century Electric Co., mdse... 41.67 General Electric Co., mdse... 27.30 Northwestern Elect. E". Co., mdse 20.40 Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., mdse 29 Pioneer Co., adding machine paper 4.25 Jallmer Pearson, wiring.... 18.90 A. Struxness, services render ed in secretary's office, clos ing books, etc 20.00 Emil Wahlstrand, reimburse ment for doctor bill account of accident 45.00 STREET FUND. Peter Anderson, labor 6.75 Aug. Sundling, labor 3.00 Peter Nelson, labor 1.50 Nels Olson, labor 2.25 0. Gilbertson, labor 9.75 N. Peterson, labor 75 Lars Larson, labor 1.50 J. C. Freese, labor with team 14.00 J. A. Rowat, engineering work 5.00 SEWER BONDS FUND. The American Contractor, ad vertising sewer bids 10.20 he Improvement Bulletin, advertising sewer bids... 12.40 Electric Blue Print Co., blue prints, sewer system 12.26 J. A. Rowat, engineering work sewer plan9 41.91 0. H. Dale, recording deed and agreements, sewer outlet.. 4.10 The Finance Committee reported the foregoing bills back approved and the report was accepted. Alderman Anderson offered the following resolution which was un animously adopted. RESOLUTION. Be it resolved by the City Council of the City of Willmar that the Citv Clerk be, and hereby is, authorized to issue warrants against the re spective funds in payment of the foregoing bills. Approved March 26, 1912. E. C. WELLIN, Mayor. The annual report of the Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners was presented and read and the same was ordered placed on file. The annual report of the Secretary of the Water & Light Commission was presented and read and the same was, on motion, referred to the City Auditor. The City Clerk's annual financial statement was presented and read and the san^g was, on motion, refer red to the City Auditor. The City Treasurer's quarterly statement for quarter ending March 15th, 1912, was presented and read and the same was, on motion, refer red to the City Auditor. The Mayor presented a statement of his Contingent Fund, together with vouchers, and the same was ac cepted and ordered placed on file. Requisitions for supplies from the Water & Light Commission were presented and read and the Clerk was instructed to order the supplies. The hearing on the East Litchfield Avenue sprinkling petition of Sam uel Nelson et al., was on motion tak en up. The hearing was on motion continued to the next regular meet ing. The Finance^ Committee was ap pointed as a*committee to confer with the Water and Light Commis sion as to reductions of water and light rates. The Sewer Committee reported that they were working on plans and modifications in the sewer specifica tions so that new bids could be call ed for in the near future. On motion the Council adjourned to Monday evening, April 1, 1912, at 8 o'clock p. m. E. C. WELLIN, Mayor. Attest: HANS GUNDERSON City Clerk. Council Chambers, 1 Library Building, Willmar, Minn., April 1, 1912. Adjourned meeting of the City Council. Mayor Wellin called the meeting to order. The following members of, the Council were pres ent on roll call: Mayor Wellin, Alder men Frederiekson, Johnson, Ander son, Hedin, Erickson, Sperry, Dahl heim and Norman, 9 absent, none. City Attorney Stanford was also present. Two representatives from Stand ard Oil Co., appeared and addressed the Council on the matter of buying oil for street sprinkling purposes in stead of using water. The matter was referred to the street commit tee. The matter of sewer plans was taken up and discussed, but owing to Engineer Rowat not being present no action was taken about adopting new specifications. On motion the council adjourned. E. C. WELLIN, Mayor. Attest: HANS GUNDERSON, City Clerk. Notice to Owners of Poultry. Notice is hereby given that chick ens, ducks and geese are not per mitted to run*at large between April 1st and November 1st. As complaints are already begin ning to come in all owners of poultry are notified that violations of the Ordinance will be prosecuted. Dated April 3, 1912. E. C. WELLIN, Mayor.' ''?'•.£? W Royal BAKING POWDER The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar—made from grapes Mrs. John Nelson of Kerkhoven passed away Tuesday of last week. Classified Wants I One cent a word each insertion. No ad for less than 15 cents, cash with order. 30 per cent discount for additional insertions—No accounts booked for less than 25c. Help Wanted. GIRL WANTED for general house work. Inquire at this office. 184 SITUATION OFFERED to a strong boy 13 to 15 years on a fine farm. In quire at this office. 205 WANTED—Competent girl for general housework. Inquire at Dr. Gerretson's office, Willmar. 193 WANTED—Girl for general house work. Inquire of Mrs. A. A. Ander son, 904 Litchfield Ave. W. 214 WANTED—Competent girl or general housework. Good wages paid. Telephone State Farm. Mrs. C. J. Johnson. 213 WANTED TO RENT—House not less than eight rooms, with all con veniences, about May 1st. Address with particulars, H. G. Mooney, Du luth, Minn. 215 FOR SALE—I will sell my house at a bargain if taken before April 15 also my household goods. Mrs. M. Okey, 1202 W. Litchfield Ave., Willmar, Minn. 210 Houses and Rooms. FOR RENT—Five room cottage. Call at 1221 Campbell avenue. 179 COTTAGE FOR RENT—Inquire of Dr. C. E. Gerretson. 194 FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT —Inquire at this office. 196 FURNISHED ROOMS—One upstairs and one downstairs. Inquire at 115 Becker avenue E. 200 WANTED—To rent or purchase, house suitable for parsonage reasonably near First Methodist church. 206 STEAM HEATED ROOMS—For rent. Inquire of R. W. Stanford, post office building. 72 FOR RENT—Heated room fur nished. Inquire of J. P. Madison, 113 E. Litchfield Ave. 45 HOUSE FOR RENT—On Litch field avenue, between First and Sec ond streets. J. P. Madison. 82 FOR RENT—Funished room, large suitable for two, private residence. Telephone No. 503L, 506 Third street. 212 HOUSE FOR SALE—7 rooms, closets, oantry, woodshed, barn, bug gy shed, chicken coop, two lots, fruit and other trees. A. W. Anderson, 912 Jefferson St., City 192 Farm Loans FARM LOANS—On the best terms offered by any company. Ten years time, with privilege of making pay ments on principal on any interest day. Lewis Johnson, Willmar. 976 Stock For Sale. FOR SALE—Driving team, 3 and 4 years old and one mare 14 years old. Inquire Ackerman's meat mar ket. 166 Real Estate. FOR SALE—Five or ten acre tracts near city limits. Inquire of Anderson Land Co., Willmar, Min nesota. 5f 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, Willmar, Minnesota. tf FOR SALE—Eight-room house lot 150x183 chicken house small barn wood shed good well 100 bar rel cistern some bearing fruit trees of different kinds. $1,600, if taken at once. Anton Swenson, East Litch field Ave., Willmar. FOR SALE or TRADE—2800 acres wild and improved land in tracts from 40 acres and up. Will consider city lots or property in trade or as first payments. Also ten residence properties in Willmar for sale from $1,200 to $5,000. G. A. Erickson. -^•fe:^js t* *%!^&k&1h'§&^£ Iks, 4 Abmohstety Pure Used and praised by the most competent and careful pas try cooks the world over Eggs For Hatching. ROSE COMB BUFF LEGHORNS— Hardy stock good egg strain winter layers, eggs 50c per setting. N. Mc Intire, 412 Mayson St, Willmar. 199 EGGS FOB HATCHING—From my prize winning white Wyandottes. Particulars free. John Tygeson, Raymond, Minn. 197 SINGLE COMB BUFF Orpingtons. Eggs for hatching at 50 cents per setting. Andrew Eastlund, Willmar, Minn., Rt. 3. 168 best hen at Willmar show, $1.00, 15 eggs. Second pen, good utility stock, headed by second prize Cockerel at Willmar show, 75c. Write or call on C. L. McNelly, 1002 W. Litchfield avenue, Willmar, Minn. 209 Lost, Found, Etc. FOUND—A sum of money. Loser may prove property and be directed to finder at this office. 216 LOST—Gold breast pin, lily design, opal center. For liberal reward re turn to O. K. Severinson home, 718 A St. 211 FOUND—We have an assortment of miscellaneous articles, spectacles, purses, (those containing money have been claimed), keys, jewelry etc., which have been brot in and ad vertised in the past, but not claimed. Unless they are identified and taken by the owners soon, we will hand them to the finders or otherwise dis pose of them. Tribune Printing Co. For Sale—Miscellaneous. SEED POTATOES—Ohios and Dakota Reds. $1 50 per bushel. John Ahlstrom, Spicer, Minn. 203 GRAVEL—Am prepared to load cars at New London pit. Write or phone John Wright. FOR SALE—One 2-seated, rubber tired surrey one single buggy one light spring wagon one single har ness. O. A. Jacobson. 171 SEWING MACHINES—We have a number of slightly damaged machines. which we will sell very cheap. Call at our salesroom and look them over. Sing er Sewing Machine Co, 306 Bensoi^ avenue. 204 FOR SALE—500 bushels of fine seed flax. This is Dakota flax which yields from 5 to 8 bushels per acre more than the ordinary flax. See sample at First National Bank, Will mar. $2.50 per bushel. Write at once if you want some. Lars H. Lar son, Rt. 1, Spicer. 133 Miscellaneous. WANTED—To buy fiesh eggs. Ideal Bakery. 149 WANTED—Everybody to have their pictures taken at the Simon's Studio. 131 BARGAINS IN ENGINES—We have some bargains in new and sec ond-hand gasoline engines. Call and let us show them to you. Oman & Johnson Machine Works, Third St., Willmar, Minn. 158 BUSINESS CHANCE—On account of failing health, I offer for sale or rent, my confectionery and grocery business at Kandiyohi, Minn., on easy terms. E. T. Bergquist, 109 Becker Ave., Willmar, Minn. Corrected April 3,1912. Prices on creamery butter.Bour, bran,no t» and apples are dealers' selling prieea,all other are prices paid to producers. Wheat, No. 1 Northern $1 oo Wheat, No. 2 *... SBC Wheat, No. 3 94c Wheat, No. 4 QOC Wheat, rejected "!!.".*81c Wheat, No. 2 VelvetChan 98c Wheat, No. 8 Velvet Chaff. 94c Wheat, No 1 Durum 99c Wheat, No. 2 Durum 96c Wheat, No. 3 Durum 93c Wheat, No. 4 Durum 89e 2 a gf» 1 A if J\ I' ."..44cto 47c •"ex 69c to 93c 57« 73c to 77c 1 $ 1.64 to $1.99 •Bar corn 54c Flour, fancy S3.10 Flow, straight $3.0O Bran $29.00 Short* $29.00 Potatoes $1.35 Bean*. $2.75 per bushel Cabbage 5c per pound B$gs 16c Butter, separator 27c Butter,dairy 24c Butter, creamery 30c Onions 5c per pound Sheep and Lambs $4.00 to $4.50 Chickens .. 9c Beefsteers. $5.00to $5.50 Beefcows. $3.50 to $4.50 VealcaWes 4.00 to $5.0O Hide* 7c Boca, Hre $6.O0 to $6.25 .«•*.