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& Copyright 1913 The Howe of Kuppenheimef $4 SO to $6 00 Everywhere WILLMAR I Classified Wants One cent a word each Insertion. No ad for less than IS cents, cash with order. 30 per cent discount for additional insertions—No accounts booked for less than 26c. Help Wanted. WANTED—Dining room girls at Merchants Hotel. 719 WANTED—A work in bakery. boy to deliv.er Palm Bakery. WANTED—Youn man wishing to learn the photography business as help er Apply Rembran Studio, Willmar. WANTED—A competent girl for general housework. N. 0. Balke, City. 718 WANTED—A competent dress maker who is willing to learn vest making. J. J. Ekander. 677 Houses and Rooms. O E N in old postofflce (building. Steam heat Inquire at build dng of R. W. Stanford. 732 FOR RENT—A furnished house by the middle of June. For particulars Address 1202, Tribune. 675 Kuppenheimer clothes ap peal to the modest, tasty and careful dresser. They give a distinguished appearance to the wearer not found in other makes. For Quality, Style and Fit they have no equal, PRICES FROM $18.00t $30.00 Link real shoe style with real shoe comfort and you have —Crossetts. This "young man" model will suit you to a Embossed vamp and quarters. Style 140 CrossettShoe "MAKES LIFE'ES WALK EASY" A A Lewis A Crossett Inc Makers, North Abington Mat*. E E N I S E lent Suitable for light or for separate roomers 186 Litchfield Ave. E and Style Plus Clothes for Men, $17.00 Fit-Form Clothes for Young Men, $12.00 to $18.00 Xtra Good Clothes for Boys, $3.50 to $7.50 PETERSON & WELLIN ROOMS for housekeeping Apply at No 729 O SALE—M residence property at 604 Litchfield avenue, is for sale or rent. Price right. P. L. Johnson, 604 Litchfield avenue. 730 FOR SALE—House and lot. Op posite Steam Laundry. Installments accepted. Mrs. Eda Day, Raymond, Minn. 691 HOUSES FOR SALE—On the in stallment plan. If interested in buy ing a house it will pay you to call at our office and get full particulars. Anderson Land Co., Willmar, Minne sota. 635 MY MODERN HOME AT 109 Bertha street for sale. Nine room house with water, sewer, toilet, bath, electric lights. Ground space—two hundred forty-five front, three hun hundred forty-five feet deep. Many shade and fruit trees, large chicken yard, chicken house, garage and big garden plot. Excellent home, price right. Terms, Geo. W. Johnson, Crookston, Minn. 707 Lost, Found, Etc. GORDO N HATS New Spring Blocks in Derbys and Soft Hats. Gordon stands for perfection in hat making. PRICE $3.00 Wilson Bros. Shirts and Neckwear LOST—$20, one ten dollar bill on National Ban of Alexandria and 2 five dollar bills last Friday. Finde please return to Tribun office for lib eral reward. 726 Poultry The season's choicest patterns to select from. Wilson Bros. Shirts fit perfect and wear well. Price $1.00 to $1.50. Neckwear 25c and 50c. E E R. C. O E ISLAN Reds and Whit Orpington eggs for set ting. Writ for prices or 'phone 544 J. Clarence P. Hanson, Hig dtreet, Will mar 704 FOR SALE—Buff Rock eggs $.50 a setting of fifteen $3.00 for hun dred. Mrs. M. L. Bush, Kandiyohi, Minn. 723 EGGS FOR HATCHING —Pure bred Barred Plymouth Rock chick en eggs for hatching 5c each. No replace. T. J. Lawson, New London, Minn. 628 EGGS FOR HATCHING—Will sell eggs for hatching from 3 pens of R. I. Reds, $3.00, $2.00 and $1.00 per setting for 13. Sivert Osmundson, 313 Bernard St. SINGLE COMB RHODE ISLAND Reds—The popular all-around breed. Epgs from prize winning stock, bred for egg production setting of 15 eggs, $1.00 100 eggs, $5.00. Order early. C. L. McNelly, Willmar. 667 EGGS FOR HATCHING—White Rose Comb Leghorns—$1.00 for a setting of 13, or $.75 for setting if 16695 16696 16706 MINNESOTA 100 eggs or more are taken. Won first prize and diploma at Kandiyohi County Poultry Show in Willmar. I. J. Bassebo, 182 Litchfield Ave. E., City. 713 ROSE COMB BUFF LEGHORNS— Get more eggs. Cut the feed bill. Ex tremely hardy. Winter layers. Won 9 ribbons, 2 specials and diploma at Willmar, 3 firsts and 2 specials at Cokato. One of our male birds direct from the originator of thj^ busy breed. Eggs $1.00 and $2.00 per 15. N. Mclntire, Willmar, Minn. Real Estate. ACR E TRACT S FOR SALE— At $5.01 cash and $5.00 per month. or price and further particulars call ax our office Anderson a Co., Willmar. 814 N O E N MINNESOT A LANDS— $12.50 to $15.00 per acre $2 per acre cash, balance on easy ms at 5 per cent. or further particulars call at our office or write Anderson Land Co., Willmar. Minn. 660 Farms. FARM FOR RENT—120.4acre farm near Kandiyohi stations A. H. Brown. r~ Stock For Sale. FOR SALE—Two four-year-old geldings, good drivers and workers one span of 3-year-old mules, brok- Tota Report of the City Clerk of the City oi Willmar (Continued from page 5.) Fire Kail Bond Fund. 15866 J. A. Rowat, engineering: work plan new Are station 31.20 15922 B. M. Parnell, typewritin of specifications new lire station 12.96 16016 Republican Gazette, publishing notices of bids 2 32 16075 J. A. Rowat, engineering work new fire station 1 35 16107 Th Pioneer Co., pond blanks 23.50 16108 E. Parnell, engineer's assistant .60 16153 J. H. Olson, a on contract for new fire station 2,639.25 Parnell, engineer's a is a 16209 E. 16286 J. H, 16459 16536 16634 16635 16694 For Sale—Miscellaneous. FOR SALE—Ten cords of dry wood in Eagle Lake woods. Apply to J. C. Strand, City. 715 FOR SALE—Seed oats, cleaned Early New Market. Ole Dokkesven, New London, Minn., Rte. 3. 714 FOR SALE—Remington typewrit er, model 6. In good condition for $15.00. J. G. Knabe, 721 Litchfield Ave. N. 687 FOR SALE—Seed barley. Wis consin No. 55, six row, of the Orde bruckker variety. Oscar Mankell, Norway Lake, Minn. 679 FOR SALE—White oak posts and mixed cordwood, ^2 mile northeast of Bethesda Homes at Eagle Lake. 0. 0. Birkeland, Rt. 5, Willmar. 626 O SALE—On account of leaving: the city, will sell most of my personal property at private sale. Excellent chance to get household goods at low prices. P. .L. Johnson, $04 Litchfield avenue. 731 SEED CORN FOR SALE—Minne sota No. 13 and Minnesota No. 7. Guaranteed to grow 95 per cent. My corn took first prize at Short Course show and at county fair. John Ahl strom, Spicer, Minn. 625 Miscellaneous. A E O. B. cars at Ne Lon don pit. Addres Wright New London. 65f SEED CORN—White Cap Dent, fully tested and guaranteed, $3.00 per bushel. Henry Martin, Rt. 2, Spicer, Minn. 725 W A N E O E A N E A good 3-year-old registered Shorthorn animal for a 3-year of same quality and breed. Also other young animals for sale. P. J. Thorstenson, Rte. 5, Willmar. 727 MONEY TO LOAN—See S. L. Ben ton for farm loans, on the optional payment plan, and at low interest as he has charge of the loaning bus iness while I am away from home A. P. Adams. 562 WANTED—Energetic and lady agents everywhere in Minnesota to make easy money representing our Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Greatest agent seller ever produced. Every user of pen and ink a pur chaser. No experience required. The eraser does the talking. For terms and full particulars write to N. A. Paulson, General Agent, 20 Univer sity Ave. NE., Minneapolis. -720 The Metropolitan Barber Shop, Bank of Willmar Building, B. T. Otos, proprietor, is the shop to get a hair ent and bath.—Adver- Corrected April 2, 1913 Prices on creamery butter.oour, bran.snorte and apples are dealers' selling prices, all othet re prices paid to produoers. Wheat, No. 1 Northern 81c Wheat, No. 8 78c Wheat, No. 8 .*. 75c Wheat, No. 4 71e Wheat, rejected 66c Wheat, No. 1 Verret Chaff 80c Wheat, No. 2 Velvet Chaff. 77c Wheat, No. 3 Velvet Chaff. 74c Wheat, No 1 Durum 82c Wheat, No. 3 Durum 80c Wheat, No. 8 Durum 77c Wheat, No. 4 Durum 74c Oats 23c to 26c Barley. 38c to 45c Sre *6c to 49c Flax. 94c to $1.09 Bar corn .• 33c to 38c Flour, fancy $ 3 6 0 Flour, etralght £?•%£. Bran.. .T7. $21.00 Shorts $21.00 Potatoes 30c Beans 92.00 per bushel Cabbage 3c per pound l«e Batter, separator. 32c Batter, dairy 28c Butter, creamery •••••a*' Onions 50c per bushel Lambe *...$6.00 to S7.00 Sheep $4.00 to $5.00 Chkkena 6 to 7c Bcefcattle $5.00 to $6.00 Steera $6.00 to $7.00 sal calves $6.00 to $8.00 *ofs. It**..... $8.85 Olsen, payment on contract for new fire station 1,831.75 P. Preeberg expense trip to Minneapolis, committee building ma terial 10-50 J. H. Olsen, payment on contract for new fire station 1,453.50 B. Benson, plans and specifications for heating and plumbing new fire station ..'. 20.00 J. H. "Wiggins Co., a on contract for heating and plumbing new fire station 550.00 J. H. Wiggin Co., balance contract heating and plumbing new fire station 251.45 J. H. Wiggin Co., vacuum new fire station 301.43 J. H. Wiggin Co., a pipe, labor, 44.M J. H. olsen, payment on contract for new fire station 1,076.05 Summary of Receipts and Disbursements will be Published Next Week en and ready for work can be bot cheap if taken soon. Sec. 32, White field. H. Swanson, Rt. 3, Raymond, Minn. 721 FOR SALE—High quality Regis tered Hereford bull calf dropped Aug. 30, 1912 and weighs now 500 pounds low down and blocky, with fine coat and correctly marked. R. Rasmusson & Son, Pennock, Rt. 1, Box 52. 705 .60 THEO E I E S A Tenor Soloist Will appear in concert to be given by the Luth. re church at Willmar, Tuesda evening, April 15. PBOF. BXCK. BXOBEX OP N Musical Director of Conservatory and Director of "The German Staffers' Union," (Uedergremeinschaft) and Chief Director of the "Ber-liner Arbeiter Saen- Crerbund," says: "Prof. Theo. Reimesta of Minneap olis, after taking a. course of study with me, has passed an examination before me in voice culture and singing. I is a pleasure to me herewith to cer tify, at Prof. Reimestad as a singer fully meets all requirements in respect to voice as well as training. pos sesses a tenor voice of exceedingly large range and sweetness of tone, and yet at the same time also sonorous and having tone-volume and fullness. Prof. Reime stad was, at my instance, admitted to a trial of his vocal proficiency before Prof. W. Freudenberg, Royal Director of Mu sic, who is a recognized authority in Germany. After studying with he was admitted to a soloist test. I as also present subsequently at a test-concert in the great Kaiser Wil helm Memorial Church (Gedaechtniss Kirche) at which he appeared (May 18, 1901). The vocal ability of Prof. Reime sta as a soloist as fully demonstrat ed on this occasion, when he received \flsfifeht Hut Schaflber ft mmr.t Construction and Repairs Fuel and oil Salaries 8,251.12 COMING CONCERT AT FREE CHURCH Total Tools •••hill I W I ni.l—i .1 II HtiUium I ii By installments By labor By meters By plant To repairs To salaries To fuel and oil To wiring To tools To Sunds. or expenses N gain Ne am Report of the Secretary of the Water and light Commission, of the City of Willmar, Minnesota. SUMMARIZED STATEMENT OF TH E RECEIPTS AMP EMBUBSEMEMTti OF TH E WATEft AX DEFAETMEVT OF TH E CITS OF W KAS, FOE THE FXSCAA TEAS the unbounded praise of at exacting musical audience and all musical cele brities, who were present." Chicago "Hews." Before a large appreciative audience, Professor Theo. S. Reimestad, appeared in concert at the Covenant an church Wednesda evening. A particularly enjoyable feature of the program were the Scandinavian songs, which the singer delights in in troducing before American audiences. Amon the delightful songs rendered were "I A a Pilgrim," Ahnfelt "Cuckoo Song," Holmberg "Larken," Von Heland and the "Great W it Throng," Grieg. Of his own "composition, Prof. Reime stad sang, Bjornson's "Det var der in gen, sonx vidste," and Wergeland' "Til Gyldenlak." Th music to this wonderful 'Swan Song" by one of Nor way's greatest poets, as composed by Prof. Reimestad, as beautifully and characteristically Norwegian. Mrs Horatio Gates departed for Min neapolis last week for a visit before re turning to ner new home in Wisconsin. samara Receipts. Cash on hand March 15, 1912 9,845.91 or electric light 18,355.57 or water 6,168.01 or material and labor 6,946.77 Insuranc premium refunded 58.15 Refund—Overpayment of labor bill 16.80 41,391.21 Disbursements. Installments, (Material, lamps, etc 6,371.10 Wirin 663.39 Sundries or expenses 3,779 04 Wate and extension 2,184.20 Tools 69.01 Balance of cash on hand 8,354.88 $ 41,391.21 STATEMENT OF ASSETS AHD UABTXXTISS OF TH E WATE AV LIGXT A NT OF TH E CITY OF WXb&MAR, MXHY., MARCH 15, 1918. Assets. Balance of cash in W a and Ligh $ 8,354.88 Electric Ligh Plan complete, with Buildings, Waterworks Pumps Tower, W a Mains, etc 7 69,932 35 Personal Account Owing 4,110.12 Balance due from City 16,651 89 Material and Supplies on Hand. Material for Ligh installment 1,690.02 Meters 1,240.00 Fuel and oil 372.11 Material and construction 845.09 Sundries 792.14 liabilities. Bonds issued and chargeable to W a and Ligh fund $33,000.00 Amount of claims unpaid 632 60 City's net investment, Maic 15, 1913 70,891.00 $104,523.60 Th amount of $3,149.75 for depieciation in the W a and Ligh a as been allowed this year. SUMMARY OF I.OSSES AHD GAINS OF TH E WATEB. ft F&ANT FO TH E FISCAL E A S ENDING MARCH 15, 1913. Gains. losses. City's net investment March 15, 1912 $65,004.92 Ne gain 5,886.08 City's net investment March 15, 1913 70,891.00 SAB. IS, isiaX $ $ 6,867.35 759.24 6,490.60 5,852.40 Respectfully submitted, E W I S I N Secretary. $ 1,500.00 $ 535.00 publication April 2-4t) Citation for Hearing* on Petition for Ad ministration. E a of S a Skoglund. State of Minnesota, County of Kandiyo hi, I Probat Court. In the Matte of the E a of Stina Skoglund, Decedent. The Stat of Minnesota to all persons interested in the granting of adminis tratio of the estate of said decedent: Th petition of Skoglund having been filed in this court, representing at Stina Skoglund, then a resident of the County of Kandiyohi, Stat of Min nesota, died intestate on the 26th day of August, 1912, and praying at let ter of administration of her estate be granted to Joh A. Skoglund, of said county and the court having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition E E O E YOU, A N E A O YOU, are hereby cited and required tp show cause, if any you have, before this court at the Probat Court Room in the Court Hous in the City of Willmar in the County of Kandiyohi, Stat of Min nesota, on the 28th day of April, 1913, at 2 o'clock p. m., said petition should not be granted. Witness the of said Court, a the Seal of said Court, this 31st day of March, 1913. (COURT SEAL T. O. I E know how you like to look come in here some day, put on one of our new models in fine suits Hart Schaffner & Marx made, and look at yourself in the glass. You'll see yourself as you'd like to have others see you. You needn't feel under any obligations to buy anything just tell us you want to look at them we'll help you every way^ iwe can to get a good view of yourself. These clothes are tailored-to-fit? They're best' for you to buy. See what we have at $25. We have them at less and more. •$£%&• $104,523.60 $ 640 21 1,063.47 411.85 21,026.44 J-' 23,141.97 23,141.97 $ 749 48 5,852 40 6,858.14 636.09 10 56 3,149.22 P" 17,255.89 5,886.08 $ 23,141.97 Probat Judge GEO. H. O E N E S S Attorne for Petitioner, Willmar, Minn.