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Classified Wants
30 per cent discount for additional
Insertion*-—No account* booked for
lee* than £5c
One cent a word each Insertion. No
ad for less than 15 cents, cash with
order.
HELP WANTED.
WANTED—Girls at Merchants
Hotel. Be3t of wages paid. 443
WANTED—Dining room girl
dish washer at Delmonico Cafe.
and
441
WANTED—Boys to weed in gar
den, Green House, Gorton Ave. W. 440
WANTED—Day dining Foom girl,
dish washer and night cook at Savoy
Cafe. 41t
WANTED—Two girls to take up
the practice of nursing at the Will
mar Hospital 385
"""WANTED—Girl to assist at Con-"AGENTS
fectionery. Johnson's Confectionery,
Fourth street. 436
WANTED—Laundress! Will pay
$5.00 per week for competent girl.
Mrs. D. N. Tallman.
SEWING GIRL WANTED—GifTTb
learn sewing wanted. Mrs. C. A.
Johnson, 100 Litchfield Ave. 439
HOUSES AND ROOMS.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms—
new house—all modern. Apply at221
Litchfield Ave. East. 355
FOR RENT—Five modern rooms
with bath. Rent $17 00 a month. In
quire at 134 Litchfield Ave. E. 413
FOR RENT—Two rooms opposite
Steam Laundry, for business lodg
ing or housekeeping. Mrs. J. S. Day,
Raymond, Minn. 430
REAL ESTATE.
FARMS—List your farm for sale
by Petters Investment Co., Willmar,
Minn. 369
~^OR~l3ALE Fine lake shore prop
erty in city consisting of three acres
good house and barn. For further
particulars see A. H. Brown. 424
CITY LOTS—Have just platted
some of finest building lots in city on
Third St. East (Mayson). Prices
reasonable. G. A. Erickson. 405
FOR SALE—On the installment
plan, Twenty-three lots, 7 blocks from
post-office. For further particulars
.aquire of Anderson Land Co. 376
""NORTHERN-MINNESOTA LANDS
—$12.60 to $16.00 per acre $2 per
acre cash, balance on easy terms at 5
per cent. For further particulars call
at our office or write Anderson Land
Co., Willmar, Minn. 650
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. 636
FOR SALE—West eighteen rods of
lot 22, Section 36, township 119, ranee
34, school district No. 35A. Wood lot
near Kandiyohi lake said to contain
about three acres. Jnquire of Mrs. J.
S. Day, Raymond, Minn. 431
GENUINE BARGAINS—If you are
looking for such in city property or
improved farms in Kaadiyohi county,
do not fail to call at the office and
look over the large list of properties
now for sale by Thorp© & Rykken,
Willmar, Minn. 414
WANTED—Farms to Sell-^I have
buyers, but my list of farms is run
ning low. If you will list your farm
for what it is worth, you can sell
at your own price. I charge one doll
ar per acre commission. William Ol
son, Spicer, Minn. 347
FOR SALE-^On account of sick
ness must sell 160 aeres 100in crops,
35 fenced good land and water and
location, $3,800 takes same including
crops. Will also sell stock and ma
chinery near telephone line. Geo
Cummings, Stanley, N. D., Rt. 1. 434
FOR SALE—100 good lots from 5
to 8 blocks south of Litchfield avenue
on Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth
streets. Price from $50 to $200 each.
This is the first time these lots have
been advertised for sale. Get busy
See J. S. Robbins or Gov. A. E
Rice. 33b
FOR SALE—96 acre farm about 9
miles from Willmar good rolling
land, has fair house, outbuildings
poor, fine grove and apple orchard.
Price $45 per acre. This is a bar
gain. Have several good propositions
In houses in Willmar. Call or write,
A. H. Brown. tf
FOR SALE—Two six room houses
on Seventh street one six room house
on Sixth street three and one-half
fine residence lots on Seventh street
two residence lots on Fourth street.
All in the East part, the fastest built
up part of the city. For further in
formation call on Andrew Bjorsell, at
Willmar Sash & Door" Factory. 445
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR S ALE^Gendron bicycle in
good condition. Inquire at 721 Litch
field Ave. W. 423
FOR SALE—Good oils at right
prices. Ford special in 5 gal. lots
$.40 Northland special in 5 gal. lots,
$.60. These oils are guaranteed by
Bartles-Scott Oil Co., and by P.
Peterson, Willmar. 435
STOCK FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Light driving outfit,
complete. Inquire at 72£ 2nd St. E
(Jessie). 'Phone 381. 410
FOR SALE CHEAP—Good driving
mare, buggy and harness. A No. 1
outfit. Inquire at 703 5th St., City.422
FOR SALE—One Shorthorn bull,
extended pedigree furnished, coming
three years, guaranteed breeder. Jal
mar Larson, Rt. 1, Spicer. 331
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
EGGS FOR HATCHING—Rose
Comb Buff Leghorns, $2.00 for setting
of 15. R. L. Nygaard, Willmar, Mln
nesota. 395
EGGS FOR HATCHING—From
Warner's High Quality birds, of the
following varieties: White Wyan
p§/ dottes, White Plymouth Rocks, Bar
1^' red Plymouth Rocks, S. C. White Leg
||wfcorns, are now ready. Prices reason
able. May is the best month for set
ting eggs for good results. W. J.
.Winter, Spicer, Minn,
LT'l
'M
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FOR SALE—Oak Knoll, pure bred
Barred Plymouth Rock egg prices tor
1914: $2.00 for twelve eggs $3.00 fot
twenty-five eggs $5.00 for fifty eggs.
Forty females mated to four prise
winners. The proof, sixty prize
ribbons in three years one-third of
which are firsts, shows that we have
the quality. T. J. Lawson, New Lon
don, Minn. 281
MISCELLANEOUS.
BARGAINS—Two second hand
concrete mixers as good as new for
sale by Andrew Bjorsell. 444
Any one wishing to dispose of man
ure, rubbish, etc., can dump same at
the Greenhouse dumping grounds,
Gorton Ave. W.—Adv.
I CAN PASTURE about -25 head
of cattle at $2.00 ahead for the sea
son. Plenty of salt and water fur
nished. Peder Kallevig, Pennock,
Minn., Route 2. On Carl Starlief's
farm. 433
WANTED—Ten to twenty
dollars daily made selling Standard
Oil Burners. No competition, tremen
dous demand, big profits. Guaranteed.
Standard Oil Burner Co., St. Paul,
Minn. 437
MONEY TO LOAN—See S. L. Ben
ton for farm loans, on the optional
payment plan, and at low interest, as
he had charge of the loaning business
while I am away from home. A. P.
Adams. 562
MAKE YOUR HENS LAY—So far
as we know, Prescription No. 4 is the
only true laying stimulator that does
not in any way injure the delicate
organism of the laying hen.
Positive results are guaranteed b^
the Nabob Remedy Co., and all their
poultry remedies are sold by W.
CHASE & Co.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST—Small, black pocket book,
containing some change. Finder
please leave at this office. 426
LOST—Memorandum book contain
ing memorandum and label. Finder
please return to this office. 442
LOST—A signet ring with initials
E. C. T. on last Thursday night. Fin
der leave at this office for reward. 438
LOST—Last Saturday afternoon,
on streets of Willmar, signet ring
with initials R. N. Finder kindly re
turn to this office for reward. 419
~~LOST=Gold watch with initials
"C. N." on same, and Independent
Harvester Company fob attached.
Finder please return for reward to
Nelson & Gabbert's hardware store,
City. 408
Corrected June 10, 1014
Prices on creamery uutier.fiour, bran, abort*
and apples are dealers' selling prloes, ail other
areprioes paid %o producers.
Wheat, No. 1 Northern 86c
Wheat, No. 3 84c
Wheat, No. 8 81c
Wheat, No. 4 77
Wheat, rejectea 74
Wheat, No 1 Dnrnm 82..
Wheat, No. 9 Durum 80c
•Wheat, No. 8 Durum 7 7
Wheat. No. 4 Durum 74c
Oata 29c to 33c
Bat-lex -toe to 46c
Rye 51i to 84
**'«x $1.34 ro $1.47
Bar corn 83c to S8c
Flour, fancj $3.80
Flour, straight %i 70
Bran $ 2 4 0
Shorts $2*.0
Potatoes 40
Beans $2.BO per bu»hel
Cabbage 8c per lb.
Onions 7c
»««s 16c
Butter, separator 23i
Butter, dairy 21i
Butter, creamery 2 4
«mbs $6.00
•heep $4.00 to $5.00
Ciiu-icno 10c to
Beef cattle $0.00 to $6.00
Steers $6.00 to $7.80
Veal calTC* $8.80 to $8.00
Hides 8c to 9
•TOWS Hv $ 7 30 to 7 4 0
I. C. OLSON
N E A E
(licensed Emnalmsr)
Office 309 Litchfield Av. W. 'Phone 118-3
Residence. 311 First Street. 'Phone 118-»
You can't hope to make
farming pay with in
creasing value of land
without a silo.
Investigate the merits
of the Playford patented
Cement Stave Silo,
King Among Silos
admitted by leading
authorities as being the
best.
Sold and Erected By
Kandiyohi
CountySiloGo.
WILLMAR, MINN.
For Further Information Call on Mar
tin Peterson, president, or Lewis John
son, secretary
Wiggins Plumbing
is
Good Plumbing
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Professional Cards
W1U.HAR BETHESDA HOSPITAL
Corner Third St, and Litchfield Ave.
'Phone 282.
Conducted By
Mrs. Caroline Ostlund.
•TAXTI
B*. X. B. rrost, Br. 9. O. Jaoobs
Br. Christian Johnson.
Doctor CW. RICHES
MEDICAL AND OSTEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN
Specialist In Old, Stubborn Ailments.
8uch ailments as Appendicitis, Goi
tre, Enlarged Tonsils, Curable Exter
nal Cancerous Growths and many
complaints of women are treated
without the knife.
Consultation and correspondence free
Pleasant Home for such as desire
2832 2nd Ave.8., Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. F. B. COLEMAN
Specialist.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Glasses Fitted, 'Phone 41
Office over Palace Grocery
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA
DR. C. E. ANDERSON
E N I S
Bank of Willmar Building
Willmar, Minn.
R. W. STANFORD
A W E
Real Estate, Insurance and
Collections.
Office In Postoffice Building
WILLMAR. MINNESOTA
OLSON & GRUE
MONUMENTS
Factory and Office on Benson Ave.
between 8th and 6th Streets
•Phone 4S5J or 1631. Willmar, Minn,
A. R. Endersbe
LICENSED
Veterinary, Surgeon and Dentist
Special Attention given to Vaccination of
Hogs. I use only Government Inspected Se
rum Also Castration of Animals.
Office at Farmer's Feed Barn, Phone No. 428
Res. 703 5th St. Phone 481J Willmar, Minn
Dr. E. WANNER
VETERINARIAN
Office at Downs & Sanderson Feed Barn
Day 'phone N 46 night 'phone 13
Willmar. Him.
PARCEL DELIVERY
Trunks, parcels, packages, letters,
etc., called for and delivered to any
part of the city. Prompt service.
Charges moderate. Office Great
Northern Express. Telephone 92.
McCornlck & McDonal
LIVERYd
Phone 46—One block south of depot
How About Sageng's Own Machine?
Editor Willmar Tribune: I under
stand that Ole O. Sageng, vice presi
dent of the Sageng Threshing Ma
chine Co., in which some Kandiyohi
County people bought stock, is now
helping Lee explain the Eberhart ma
chine. Would it not be better that
he first explained his own machine?
(threshing machine).
J. G. FREEBERG
NOTE:—Senator Sageng would no
doubt be able to explain his connec
tion with his brother's threshing ma
chine company if given a chance to
do so. He probably has not realized
that it was an issue in the state cam
paign.—Editor.
SULZER OUT FOR GOVERNOR
Announces Himself as Independent
Candidate.
New York, June 5.—William Sulzer,
deprived of his office as governor of
New York by impeachment, has for
mally announced himself as an inde
pendent candidate for the gubernato
rial nomination.
GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth, June 8.—Wheat—On track
and to arrive, No. 1 hard, 96 %c No.
1 Northern, 95%c No. 2 Northern,
933£@94i4c. Flax—On track and to
arrive, $1.60%.
South St. Paul Live Stock.
South St. Paul, June 8.—Cattle—
Steers, $6.00 8 50 cows and heifers,
[email protected] calves, [email protected] stock
ers and feeders, [email protected] Shorn
sheep—Lambs, [email protected] wethers,
$4 [email protected] ewes, [email protected]
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, June 8.—Wheat—July,
86%c Sept., 85%c Dec, 87%@87%c.
Corn—July, 70%c Sept., 67%c Dec,
59%c. Oats—July, 40%c Sept., 37%c.
Pork—July, $20.45 Sept., $20.00. But
ter—Creameries, 26%c. Eggs—:
18%c. Poultry—Fowls, 14c
Minneapolis Grain.
Minneapolis, June 8.—Wheat—July,
91%c Sept., 87%@87%c Dec, 87%
@88c Cash close on track: No.1
hard, [email protected]%c No. 1 Northern, [email protected]
95c to arrive, [email protected] No. 2 North
ern, [email protected] No. 3 Northern, [email protected]
No. 3 yellow corn, 67%@68c No. 3
white oats, 38%@38%c flax, $1.60%.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, June 8.—Catrle—Beeves,
[email protected] steers, $6.80 8.15 stock
ers and feeders, [email protected] cows
and' heifers, [email protected] calves,
$7.25 10.35. Hoga—Light, $8.05
8.32% mixed, $8.05 8.35 heavy,
[email protected]% rough, [email protected] pigs,
$7.2007.95. Sheep—Native, $4,509
«Jf 7tarliagt HJI07.4O.
Tripolis, June 6—There wtyi he ser
vices and Sunday school at the usual
time next Sunday. i»~v
Mr. and Mrs. William Challberg
visited last Sunday at the latter's par
ental home.
Mrs. Hilda Broman of Willmar is
at present visiting at Ernest John
son's.
Miss Marie Pearson of Willmar
spent a few days last week at the
Theo. Mattson home.
5
WILLMAR TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10,1914
TRIPOLI8
The West District of the Ladies'
Aid will be entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. Ludvig Johnson on Thursday af
ternoon.
The Y. P. S. will have their mid
summer festival Friday, June 19th at
Edward Magnuson's. The program
will commence at eleven a. m. A good
program is being prepared. Rev.
Walter Pearson from Willmar will
give an address. Dinner will be serv
ed. All are cordially invited to come
to enjoy the day with us all.
Miss Florence Lundquist left for
St. Paul last Friday to consult a doc
tor there. We hope Florence will be
all right soon soshe will be able to
come home.
Miss Emma Monson returned home
from her visit in North Dakota last
Tuesday evening. She was accom
panied home by her sister, Mrs. E.parcel
Olson and three children, who will
visit at her parental home here and
with other relatives.
Miss Edith Knock of St. Peter, en
route to Little Falls for a visit there,
stopped off here Saturday evening
for a few days' visit at Rev. B. E.
Walters.
Albert Strom of Litchfield visited
last Sunday at the C. Williams home.
Miss Katie Sullivan of Spicer vis
ited for a few days the last of last
week at the C. O. Peterson home.
Misses Minnie Fridlund and Myrtle
Johnson are at present visiting at
Chas. Johnson's.
John Peterson's visited last Sunday
at the Carl Lundquist home.
F. E. Croonquist went to Minneap
olis last Saturday for an over Sunday
visit.
LAKE FLORIDA.
Lake Florida, June 8—At the Lake
Florida Ladies' Aid society which met
ai the Oscar Mankel place last Wed
nesday, Mrs. Oscar Mankel was elect
ed president Mrs. K. H. Nelson,, sec
retary and Esther Larson, treasurer.
SIGNO ALEXANDER LIBERATI
World Famous Band Master
IGNOR Alexander Liberati, who will visit this community during the
Chautauqua with his band of twenty-eight musicians and opera
singers is the most famous band leader and cornet soloist of America
and is well known in many European countries. Mr. Liberati has
had along and eventful career. He rose rapidly from the ranks of a private
soldier to a position of honor and trust His 4rst experience in service was
that of a private soldier the Province of Tyrol in the Ninth Regiment
Italian Volunteers under Col. Menotti Garabaldi in 1866.
Under conditions probably more un
usual than anywhere else in the world
is baseball played at Ketchikan. Alas
ka, where the only level stretch of
land suitable for grounds is along the
ocean edge. Consequently the games
must be played at low tide, for nearly
twenty feet of water cover the home
plate when the tide isat flood.—Argo
naut.
Pretty Bad Either Way.
"Oh, Mr. Squeiim. we want you to
officialte at my marriage to Billy
Speed." _j
"William Speed! A divorce! "Nev
er, my dear rhild, certainly not.'*
"Dtrnr ait*! Do you mean. then, that
if you perform the ceremony I'll have
to accept some Inexperienced youth
with no matrimonial training what
•verr-Ltfe.
In 1867 he became the first Cornetist in the First Regiment Kings Brigade
of the Italian army. In 1871 he was a volunteer in the Foreign Legion Fifth
Battalion, in the Franco-Prussian War. In 1873he became bandmaster and
cornet soloist to his Excellency, Earl Dafferin, Governor-General of Canada
Following this last appointment the musical lovers and band builders of the
world had their eyes on the famous Italian. Offers came thick and fast
After filling many positions of honor he became leader and director of
Liberati's famous Seventy-first Regimental Band of the N. G. S., N. Y., Col.
E. A. McAlphin commanding, which band successfully toured the United
States.
In 1887 Colonel Blethem, now editor of the Seattle Daily Times, concluded
arrangements with Signor Liberati to bring his famous band and opera
singers from New York to Minneapolis for the exposition held in that city,
where he played a successful engagement of seven successive weeks.
Signor Liberati In addition to a clear record of thirty-eight years as
virtuoso, conductor and impressario upon this side of the Atlantic, always
presents vocal soloists such as are heard elsewhere only in first class Grand
Opera Companies. No other virtuoso or bandmaster past or present can shov
a like record, based wholly upon merit and consequent results of artistir
performances.
Baseball In Alaska.
At Willmar Chautauqua July 2
Julia Reese visited with Mrs. M.comb
Halvorson on Sunday afternoon. 7V
Eva Harris is at present assisting
at the Wm. Peterson home.
Clara Nelson returned to New Lon
don Saturday, having been visiting
with her sister, Mrs. Theodore Thor
son here.
Mrs. Emil Peterson and children
spent Tuesday afternoon at the Will
iam Peterson home.
George Hovey and Hjalmar Palm
quist were Sunday afternoon visitors
at the Ed. Harris home.
Ruth Holm returned to New London
Saturday, having spent three weeks
at the Wm. Peterson home.
The Ladies' Aid of the Florida Mis
sion church will meet at the home of
Mrs. Wm. Larson Saturday, June 20.
A class of seven were confirmed at
the Synod church at Norway Lake
last Sunday. Among the members of
the class from this vicinity were Ma
bel Railson and Alvin Thorson.
Ida and Martha Nelson called at
the Wm. Peterson home Sunday after
noon.
—Miss Etta Odell entertained at a
shower Saturday in honor of
Miss Helen Sather. The rooms were
beautifully decorated in red hearts
and cupids. During the evening the
guests hemstitched dish towels. A
luncheon was served to twenty-two.
Leave for Norway.
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Sand, Master
Alexander Sand, Miss Helen Sand
and the baby, Miss Gudrun Sand, de
parted for their trip to Norway last
Monday afternoon. They expect to
return by Sept. 1.
Xdvery Business is Sold.
Ed. Sanderson has sold his livery
business at Willmar to Charles McCor
mick and Malcolm McDonald, who took
possession today with Mr. McCormick
as manager
Mr Sanderson has not fully deter
mined what his future plans will be.
A Heavy Porker.
August O. Dengerud of Dovre brot
in a hog Thursday which tipped the
scale at 800 pounds. It holds the rec
ord among porkers marketed here.
No Wonder!
The tired business man was found
in a state of collapse on the sixth floor
of a downtown office building. Re
storatives were applied, and he sat up
feebly. "I'm all right now." he ex
plained. "You see, I wanted to go up
to our other office on the tenth floor—
and—(here he gasped for breath)—I
found the elevator—going—up!"—New
York Post.
The Unusual Way.
"Yes, my daughter is going to marry
young Flubdub."
"But he can't support her in the
style to which she has been accus
tomed."
"Well, she has had it too easy. A
few hardships will do her good,
wouldn't care to force them on her,
but she is going into this of her own
accord."—Pittsburgh Post
(First publication June 10-7t.)
Wotloe of Movtnce Toreelosure Sale bjr
Advertisement.
Default having been made in the con
ditions of that certain mortgage, duly
executed" and delivered by A. O. New
and Male E Newcomb, his wife,
mortgagors, to Spicer Land Company,
a corporation, mortgagee, bearing date
the 1st day of March, 1912, with power
of sale therein contained, and duly re
corded in the office of the Register of
Deeds in and for the County of Kandi
yohi and State of Minnesota on the 25th
day of April, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m., In
Book No. 44 of Mortgages on page 377,
which default has continued to the date
of this notice, by the failure and neg
lect of said mortgagors to make pay
ment of the interest on the principal
sum, as provided by said mortgage, and
also interest on unpaid interest as pro
vided therein, and which default has
continued to the date of this notice
And whereas, There is actually due
and claimed to be due and payable at
the date of this notice the sum of One
Hundred Forty Dollars ($140.00) inter
est, and the further sum of Seven and
56-100 Dollars ($7.56) interest on un-scribed
paid interest, amounting in all to the
sum of One Hundred Forty-seven and
56-100 Dollars ($147.56) and whereas,
said power of sale has become opera
tive, and no action or proceeding, at
law or otherwise, has been instituted
to recover the debt secured by said
mortgage, or any part thereof
Now Therefore, Notice is Hereby
Given, That by virtue of the said power
of sale contained ~ln said mortgage, and
pursuant to the statute in such case
made and provided, the said mortgage
will be foreclosed by a sale of the prem
ises described in and conveyed by said
mortgage, to wit:
The Southeast quarter of the South
-west quarter (SE% of SW%) of Section
number Eighteen (18) in Township
number One Hundred Eighteeen (118)
North, of Range number Thirty-three
(33) West, situated in the County of
Kandiyohi and State of Minnesota, with
the heriditamenta and appurtenances
thereunto belonging
Said sale will be made by the Sheriff
of said Kandiyohi County at the front
door of the County Court House in the
City of Willmar in the said County and
State, on the 25th day of July, 1914, at
the hour of ten o'clock a. m., of that
day, at public vendue, to the highest
bidder for cash, to pay said debt of One
Hundred Forty-seven and 56-100 Dol
lars ($147.56) and interest thereon, and
the taxes, if any, on said premises as
stipulated in and by said mortgage in
case of foreclosure, together wtth
Twenty-five Dollars ($25 00) attorney's
fees and the disbursements allowed by
law, subject to the right of redemption
at any time within one year from the
date of sale, as provided by law.
Dated June 9th, 1914
SPICER LAND COMPANY.
By JOHN M. SPICER, Its President
Mortgagee.
R. W. STANFORD,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
COUNTY BOARD
SPECIALSESSION
Official Proceedings of County
Commissioners of Kandi
yohi County.
State of Minnesota,
County of Kandiyohi,
Office of County Auditor, Willmar, Min
nesota, June 3, 1914.
The Board of County Commissioners
of said Kandiyohi County convened in
special session at the Courthouse in
the City of Willmar this date at 2
clock p. m., pursuant to call. The fol
lowing members of the Boaru were
present. O. S. Reigstad, Henry Boese,
Albert Boersma, Wm. O. Johnson and
Chairman N. Johnson. Absent, none.
Petition of Gust Ahlberg and others
for the establishment of a public ditch
in the Towns of Lake Andrew, Arc
tander and Mamre was presented and
publicly read. Proof of due service of
notice of the pendency of said petition
was presented and examined and found
regular.
The Board proceeded to hear inter
ested parties present for and against
said petition.
On motion the said petition was ac
cepted and the following resolution
adopted.
Resolution Appointing Engineer in
Ditcn Proceedings.
In the Matter of the Petition of Gust
Ahlberg and Others for Locating and
Constiuctmg County Ditch Wo. 42
inaccepted.
the County of Kandiyohi, State of
Minnesota.
State of Minnesota,
County of Kandiyohi, i"**
Whereas, A petition bearing date the
17th day of April, 1914, signed by Gust
Ahlberg, L. H. Larson, Mrs. Wm. Lar
son, L. Nelson, C. Peterson, John Nel
son, A .P. Reese, Gust Nordin, O.
Railson, H. E. Reese, John Skoglund,
J. O. Stanghelle, Jonas Johnson, Gusi
Daniel&on, Thomas Knutson, Gunder
Pederson, F. N. Anderson, Albin Cail
son, G. A. Anderson, L. O. Bloom,
W. Hedman, F. G. Handy, L. O. Thorpe,
Christian Johnson, praying for the es
tablishment of a ceitain public ditch in
said County, designated and numbered
by the County Auditor as County Ditch
No. 32 the route of which is more fully
described in said petition, and a proper
bond accompanying the same, have
been filed with the County Auditor ot
said County, as by law required:
And, Whereas, I appears by satis
factory proof to the County Board ot
Kandiyohi County, that due notice of
the pendency of said petition, and the
time and place at which the same
would be heard, has been given as re
quired by law,
Now, Therefore, We the County
Board of said County, at a special ses
sion held this day, do hereby appoint
J. A. Rowat, as a competent and ex
perienced engineer to make an accur
ate survey of the line of said ditch
from its source to its outlet, as pro
vided and specified in and by Chapter
230 of the General Laws of 1905, and
amendments thereto and after complet
ing his duties as such engineer to make
and file his report with the County Aud
itor of said County, as provided by
law
Dated June 3, 1914.
By the Board,
CSEAL) N. B. JOHNSON,
Chairman of County Board
of Kandiyohi County
Attest: JOHN FEIG, County Auditor.
IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS,
FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED
Look Mother! If tongue la coated
cleanse little bowels with "Cali
fornia 8yrup of Fige."
Mothers can rest easy after giving
"California Syrup of Figs," because in
a few hours all the clogged-up waste,
sour bile and fermenting food gently
moves out of the bowels, and you have
a well, playful child again.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
ttfke this harmless "fruit laxative."
Millions of mothers keep it handy be*
cause they know its action on the
stomach, liver ana bowels is prompt
and sure.
Ask your druggist for a 60-eent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs," which
contains directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown-ups.
Adv.
The following order appointing view
ers in the matter was Issued and
adopted:
Order •ppointtaf Tlewrs Ditch *ro
oeedlnffs.
In the Matter of the Petition of Gust
Ahlberg and others for County Ditch
No. 32 in the County of Kandiyohi,
State of Minnesota:!
State of Minnesota. «.
County of Kandiyohi, j"8*"
Whereas, A petition bearing date the
17th day of April A. 1914, signed
by Gust Ahlberg, I*. H. Larson, Mrs.
Wm. Larson, L. Nelson, C. Peterson,
John Nelson, A. P. Reese, Gust Nordin,
O. B. Railson, H. E. Reese, John Skog
lund, J. O. Stanghelle, Jonas Johnson,
Gust Danielson, Thomas Knutson, Gun
der Pederson, N Anderson, Albln
Carlson, G. A. Anderson, L. O. Blom,
C. W. Hedman, G. Handy, L. O.such
Thorpe, Christian Johnson, praying for
the establishment of a ditch in said
County, designated and numbered by
the County Auditor as County Ditch
No. 32 the route of which is fully de
in said petition, together with a
proper bond accompanying the same,
has been filed with the County Auditor
of said County and said County Aud
itor has given due notice of the pen
dency of said petition, and the said
notice has been published and served
as by law required and hearing had
on said petition pursuant to said notice
and the said County Board of said
County have heretofore duly appointed
a competent engineer, to-wit: J. A.ditch,
Rowat to make a survey of said ditch.
Now Therefore, We, the County Board
of said County, at a special session
held this day, do hereby appoint A. J.
Smithson and C. T. Skindelien and A.
O. Forsberg, three resident freeholders
of said County, who are not interested
In the construction of said proposed
work, and not of kin to any of the par
ties known to be interested therein, to
be viewers of said proposed work and
of the route thereof. The said viewers
shall first take an oath to faithfully
perform their duties as such viewers,
and thereafter, having received a cer
tified copy of the petition for said ditch
and of the order appointing them such
viewers and of the order of the County
Auditor of said County designating the
time and place of the first meeting of
said viewers, shall meet at the time
and place specified, in the order of the
County Auditor aforesaid and shall pro
ceed to view said proposed work, and
the land damaged or benefitted thereby
and, having completed said view and
examination of said work, shall make
and file their report thereof with said
County Auditor of said County within
thirty days from the date of their first
meeting. In said report they shall in
tabular form give the names of the
owners of each tract of land to be bene
fitted or damaged by said proposed
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work, the description of each tract of
land so benefitted or damaged (said
names of owners to be the same as ap
pea on the County tax duplicates of
said and the description to be
esrrnCountys,
COUHTT BOABS—SPECIAX. SBSSIOV.
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Hendrickson, bridge No 1262
A. P. Bergreson, bridge No. 1262
Bladholm Bros, bridge No. 1262
A. M. Adams & Co bridge No. 1262
H. M. Hendrickson, bridge No. 1268
ve in legal form), and the total num.
of acre in each of said tracts, the
estimated number of acres in each
tract of land to be benefitted or dam
aged (a the case may be) the num
ber of acres added to any tract by the
total or partial drainage of any mean
dered lake, or the change of any water
course and the location and value of
such added land the damage, if any, to
riparian rights pertaining to any tract,
and the amount that each tract of land
will be benefitted or damaged by the
construction ot said work. In case said
ditch drains, either in whole or in part,
any public or corporate road or rail
road, or benefits any such road so that
the. roadbed or traveled track of any
road will be made better by the
construction of said ditch, said view
ers shall estimate the benefits arising
therefrom to said road, roadbeds or
railroads, and report said benefits to
gether with the names of roads and
other particulars necessary to identify
the corporations, private or public, to
be benefited thereby, and amounts of
benefits to each they shall report as
part of such tabular statement the
damages awarded to each municipal or
other corporation for injury to any road"
or roadbed, and from the necessary con
struction and maintenance of any bridge
culverts or other works rendered ne
cessary by the establishment of such
stating the same separately.
They shall also report the total esti
mated benefits in respect to said ditch
entire, and branches thereof, if any,
and also whether or not, in their opin
ion, the estimated expense of the con
struction of said ditch including the
damages assessed therefor, is greater
than the utility of said proposed ditch
and whether or not said proposed ditch
is impracticable for any reason, and if
so, stating the reason why it should not
be constructed In making said view
and survey of said proposed work and
their report thereon, the said viewers
shall proceed according to Chapter 230
of the General Laws of 1905 and amend
ments thereto.
The County Board of Kandiyohi Coun
ty, Minnesota.
(SEAL) N. B. JOHNSON,
On motion the meeting was adjourn
ed.
(SEAL) N .JOHNSON,
Chairman Board of County Commission
ers, Kandiyohi County. Minnesota.
Attest: JOHN FEIG,
A. P. Bergeson, bridge No. 1268 ". 117000
Bladholm Bros., bridge No. 1268
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A. M. Adams & Co., bridge No. 1268 '..'.WW'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. l|l64!oo
Commissioner Boersma offered the following resolution:
Resolved, That the bid submitted by Seth Swanson in the amount of $585.64
for construction of job No. 17 on State Road No. 3 be, and the same is hereby
County Auditor.
Tribune Wants—Only one cent a word
Official Proceedings of County Commissioners of XCandiyonl County. 1
State of Minnesota, „_
County of Kandiyohi,
°t Auditor, Willmar, Minnesota, June 4. 1914.
„°-o bounty Commissioners of said county met in special session 1
this date at 8 o'clock a. pursuant to call
I
Members of Board all present.
On motion an adjournment was taken until 10 o'clock a. m., this date.
The Board met at 10 o'clock a. m., pursuant to adjournment.
Members of Board all present
On motion it was voted that the time for filing and submitting bids for road
work be extended until 3 o'clock p. this date
2 building State Bridges No. 1262 and
1268 on State Road No. 3, submitted by the following bidders:
Commissioner Wm. O. Johnson offered the following resolution
XT V5?J !. ?2 E it by A. P. Bergeson for building State Road
Ado ted
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On motion a recess was taken until 2 o'clock p. m.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
The Board met at 2 o'clock m.
Members of Board all present.
On motion Commissioner Wm. O. Johnson was authorized to sell the unsold
portion of courthouse fence at 15 cents per foot.
*.,**At o'clock the Board proceeded to open bids submitted by the following
bidders for construction of the following State Road Jobs:
D. Daugherty. job No 3, State Road N 6 SI 990 00 I
Martin Downs, Job No 3, State Road No. 6 1*94500
D. Daugherty 30b No 5, State Road No. 6 950*00
D. B. Daugherty, Job. No. 11, State Road No. 3 '. .'. 678 00
Seth Swanson, Job. No. 17, State Road No. 3 585 64
D. B. Daugherty, job No. 17, State Road No. 3 71500
D. B. Daugherty, Job No. 19, State Road No. 7 92o"oo
D. B. Daugrherty. job No. 6. State Road No. 5 2 300*00
Martin Downs, job No. 6, State Road N 5 3'027"02
B. Daugherty. Job No. 12, State Road No. 3 1*300.00
Commissioner Boese offered the following resolution:
Resolved, That the bid of Martin Downs in the amount of S1.945 00 for con
struction of job No. 3 on State Road No. 6, be and the same hereby Is acceptedT"
Adopted.
Commissioner Wm. O. Johnson offered the following resolution:
Resolved, That the following bids submitted by D. B. Daugherty for con
struction of the following State Road jobs, to-wit: Job No. 5 on State Road N 6.
$950 job No. 11 on State Road No. 3, $678, and job No. 19 on State Road N 7.
$920 be, and the same hereby are accepted. Adopted.
Commissioner Reigstad offered the following resolution:
Resolved, That the following bids submitted by D. B. Daugherty for con
struction of State Road jobs, to-wit: Job_No. 3, State Road No. 6 job N 6. State
Road No. 5 job No. 12. State Road No. 3 and job No. 17, State Road No. 3 be. and
the same are hereby rejected. Adopted:
Commissioner Reigstad offered the following resolution:
Resolved, That the bid submitted by Martin Downs for construction of job
No. 6, on State Road No. 5 be, and the same is hereby rejected. Adopted
On motion a recess was taken until 8 o'clock a. m., June 5, 1914.
The Board met at 8 o'clock a. m., June 5, 1914.
Members of Board all present.
Commissioner Boersma offered the following resolution:
-it the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Kan
diyohi that the sum of $500, or as much thereof as is necessary be, and the same
is hereby appropriated from the road and bridge fund of said county to pay the
one-half of cost for building abridge across Crow River where the same crosses
the public highway on the line between the Counties of Kandiyohi and Meeker
between Sec. 24, Town of East Lake Lillian and Sec. 19, Town of Cosmos.
Commissioner Reigstad offered the following resolution:
,,. Resolved, That the sum of $250 be, and the same is hereby appropriated from
the County Road and Bridge for constructing Judicial Road on County line be
tween the Town of Arctander in Kandiyohi County and the Town of Hayes in
Swift County. Adopted.
Commissioner Boese offered the following resolution:
"ge it resolved, the Board of County Commissioners of the County of
Kandiyohi, that the sum of $250 be, and the same is hereby appropriated from
the road and bridge fund of said County to the Town of Arctander to aid said
£ow£? construction of a bridge therein, and. it further resolved that
O. S. Reigstad one of the members of this Board be, and he is hereby appointed
as a committee of one to inspect the construction of such bridge when completed --s,
and to make and file his report therein with the County Auditor. Adopted. ~e
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Board of County Commissioners of the County of Jm
Kandiyohi, that the sum of $150.00 be, and the same is hereby appropriated from 'SJJ
the road and bridge fund of said County to the Town of Roseville to aid said
town in the building of roads therein and, Be it resolved further, that N. B. John
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Miller Davis Printing Co., primary election supplies SHM*^ S1608S
Geo. D. Barnard & Co.. 200 tie
Willmar Commercial Club, trees planted around courthouse...:.: 3000 30*00
B. Benson, supplies for courthouse
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Curtis Printing Co., office supplies 159 illZl
Security Blank Book & Prtg. Co legal blanks '...'.'/.'.'.'.'. 117 6 11 76
hereby appointed as a com-
completed and make and file his report
therein with the County Auditor. Adopted.
of committee on completion of job of road construction in the Town
of Norway Lake was presented and on motion approved.
The Board proceeded to audit bills filed against the County and the followinsg
bills were alioweed in amounts Set forth:
S. Johnson, services as janitor at teachers' meeting 2 00 2 00
standard Lumber Co fuel
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A. E. Mossberg, supplies for courthouse "." 2I7 «2*?K
Louis F. Dow Co blanks
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Minnesota State Sanatorium, board and treatment for Oscar'Bram-
Louis F. Do Co.'.'i box'adding machine paper:'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".
S. Sonderson, work on State Road No. 1 '.". Una 11««
B. Benson, culvert on State Road No. 5 47X
J. A. Rowat, survey on State Road No. 1 7'cX SR A &
H. Johnson, work on State Road No. 3 '.'". BORA I
Glbert Dahl, work on State Road No. 7 2020 'J I
Gilbert Dahl, work on State Road No. 7 12*IK lilt
Frank O. Carlson, work on State Road No. 2....." 279? I 7
Gilbert Dahl, work on State Road No. 7 4770 S
C. J. Hanson, work on State Road No. 6 Zk'ka
O. Peterson, work on State Road No. 6 Ivll 2 I 12
B. Benson, culvert for State Road No. 1 'In «a 3
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abstract blanks .V.???
Frite & Cross, one mortgage record
D. B. Daugherty, gravel for State Road No. 1 10800 loiooW
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Chairman.
Dated this 3rd day of June A.
1914.
Attest: JOHN FEIG,
County Auditor.
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state road N a I'.'.'.'.'.'''.'" SO 00 $ E
Drusilla S. Baldwin, work in office of County SuptTof Schoolss 7050 70BO?—
John Norgaard, engineer's fees, County Ditch tia ins is t««ii£.5s
Arthur Welch, witness fees in W a S
Marie Johnson, witness fees In Municipal Court .'. .'.* 36 4 I'l
M. P. Lpberg, witness fees In Municipal I'll 3'11
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County Commissioner's per diem and mileage 3.20 W
County Commissioner's per diem and mileage 4 20 42 0
S S Commissioner per diem in mileage: 14 00 M*00
County Commissioner's per diem and mileage... 6 00 I
Henry lfoese. County Commissioner's per diem VSdimfleageTT?.. to 42 0
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County Commissioner's per dleta and mileage o'oo MM
Albert Boersma, County Commissioner's per diem andlmletg to It O
*T. B. Johnson, County Commissioner's mileage..,...V7.r77 .\ ,,., S.Ot 10 0
4 On motion the Board adjourned. J?.' "*A^ ~%M^?
(SEAL) JOHNSON.
Chairman Board of Cow
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