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Classified Wants
HELP WANTED
GIRLS WANTED—At Merchants
Hotel. 956
GIRLS WANTED at Nelson Bros.'
Laundry. Call or 'phone 79. 984
WANTED—Girl tor general house
work. Inquire Mrs. F. G. Handy. 9S1
WANTED—A good cook in family
where two girls are kept. Good wag
es permanent place. Inquire at Trib
une office. 659
HOU8E8 AND ROOMS
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. 409
Trott avenue. 952
FOR RENT—One furnished room.
Inquire at 710 5th St., City. 973
FOR RENT—Furnished room. In
quire at 111 East Benson Ave. 929
""FOR"RENT—Rooms-foFlighT house
keeping, 140 Litchfield Ave. W. 977
WANTED TO RENT—A four room
house or downstairs by April 1st. Call
431. 982
FOR RENT—Four upstairs rooms.
Alfred Swenson, Park Ave. 'Phone
291J. 985
FOR RENT Upstairs. Electric
lights and drain. Inquire at 710
5thbull
St, City. 972
FOR RENT—Two rooms, strictly
modern. Inquire at 304 Litchfield
Ave. W. 989
FOR RENT—One furnished room
In new house. All modern. 221
Litchfield Ave. E. 795
FOR RENT—Furnished room in
modern house. Telephone No. 639.
Inquire at 524 5th St. 919
~~FOR RENT—4 rooms upstairs with
soft water, drain and electric lights
Inquire at 1209 Campbell Ave. 983
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS—A
new seven room house strictly mod
ern. For price and terms call on An
derson Land Co., City- 878
REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE—Half acre lots on 15th
St. So. Easy terms. D. W. McLaugh
lin. 915
FOR SALE—Good building lots on
E. Third St., at reasonable prices. In
quire of V. E. Fridlund. 933
PASTURE FOR RENT—40 acres
with water and shade, will feed twen
ty head. C. A. Olson, Route 5, Will
mar. 958
FOR SALE—Seven room house,
electrlo lights, city water, cistern
cheap, at 314 Lake Ave. Thorpe &
Rykken. 737
WANTED—To rent good farm
Prefer grain rent. Address Lee Stout,
Unionville, Mo. 974
CITY LOTS—Have Just platted
some of finest building lots in city on
Third St. East (Mayson.) Prices rea
sonable. G. A. Erickson. 405
FOR SALE—On the installment
plan, Twenty-three lots, 7 blocks from
post-office. For further particulars,
Inquire of Anderson Land Co. 376
FOR SALE—I have decided to sell
the land known as the old Kandiyohi
County Fair Grounds, 25 acres. Will
sell In plats of one acre or more or
will sell all. Price reasonable. J. P.
Madison. 913
NORTHERN MINNESOTA LANDS
—112.60 to $15.00 per acre S2 per
acre cash, balance on easy terms at 6
per cent. For further particulars call
at onr office or write Anderson Land
Co., Willmar, Minn. 660
HOUSES FOR SALE—On the in
stallment plan. If interested in buy
ing a house It will pay you to call at
onr office and get full particulars. An
derson Land Co., Willmar, Minne
sota. 635
GENUINE BARGAINS—If you arepayment
looking for such In city property or
Improved farms in Kandiyohi county,
do not fail to call at the office and
look over the large list of properties
now for sale by Thorpe ft Rykken,
Willmar, Minn. 414
FOR 8ALE—MISCELLANEOUS
BALED HAY FOR SAT.R—Inquire
Anderson Land Co. 986
FOR sXtiE^Two seeond-hand Deer
ing mowers. One as good as nek.
A. Olson, Route 5, Willmar. 900
FOR SALE—One 1913 Ford touring
car for sale cheap. Lars Halvor
son. 947
FOR SALE—One share in St. Johns
Telephone Co. N. G. Nelson, 1005
Campbell Ave. 948
FOR SALE—150 bushels clean seed
barley. Aug. O. Dengerud, Spicer,
Minn., Rt. 1. 971
FOR SALE—500 bushels potatoes
and White Holland turkeys. T. I.
Cashman, Rt. 4, Willmar. 934
~~SEED POTATOES~for sale—Large
Improved early Ohio. Fifty cents per
bushel. Peter Rodman, Pennock, Min
nesota. 963
FOR SALE—One new Moline four
bottom gang plow will be sold cheap
If taken soon. Ludvig A. Jenson, Rt
S, Raymond. 946
FOR SALE—One-19i4~Ford~touring
car. In good running order. Also
one Pope motorcycle. Paul M. Peter
son, Willmar. 969
FOR SALE—Minnesota No. 13 seed
corn. Fine selected ears, germinates
from 9& to 100 per cent, at $3.00 per
bushel. M. O. Flesland, New London,
Minn. 960
FOR SALE—Weil drilling outfit
practically as good as new jetting
outfit, may be used with solid drill.
Inquire John Forcier, Rt. 4, Willmar,
Minn. 951
EVERGREENS FOR~SALE—Start
the windbreak now. Buy trees at
wholesale and save agent's' and deal
er's profits. Write for prices today.
D. E. Rodman, Portview, Minn. 964
FOR^SALE^Rustler White-Dent
and Minnesota No. 13* seed corn. Guar
anteed test, 95 per cent. $3.00 per
bushel, on ear or shelled and graded.
Thos. T. Nelson, Spicer, Minn. 945
~FOR SALE=SEED CORN—Two
good varieties, graded and tested, for
•ale. White Dent and Silver King
No. 7, $2.50 per bushel. Samples at
Ruddy Bros. & Smith, Willmar. V. T.
Berglund, Rt 1, Pennock. 950
FOR SALE—Minnesota No. 13 seed
corn, guaranteed test 95 per cent $3.00
per bushel. Also Early Ohio potatoes
at 75c per bushel. Sacks furnished.
John Ahlstrom, Spicer, Minn. 924
"~FOR~ SALE-^One" hand blower as
good as new, at right price for cash if
taken soon also a carpenter bench
vise. Both have been used one year
only. They are a little small for
fceavy work, but would be just the
fight tbing on farm. H. B. Olson,
FOR SALE—Seed Corn direct from
the grower. Fancy selected and fire
dried Minnesota No. 13, Northwestern
Dent, Rustler White Dent and others.
Very early and productive. Every
sack officially tested. Germination
guaranteed. The leading and best
known seed corn farm in the North
west. Write at once for prices. K.
Johnson, Christinelund Farm, Dassel,
Minn. 932
STOCK FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE—A Jersey cow. In
quire at this office. 923
FOR SALE—Two work horses and
three driving horses. Paul M. Peter
son, Willmar. 968
FOR SALE—A team of young Per
cheron mares, well matched. Albert
Lindqulst, Svea, Rt. 2. 953
FOR SALE Duroc-Jersey brood
sows, for April and May farrow. Dav
id Swenson, Rt. 1, Spicer. 970
THREE REGISTERED SHORT
HORN GOWS—For"sale or will trade
for Holsteins. Er.ck Moline, Svea,
Rt 1. 926
FOR SALE—Big team bay* mares,
four and six years old. Swenson
Bros., Edenwood Farm, Spicer, Min
nesota. 976
FOR_SALE—A registered Holstein
calf, from a 3-year-old cow giv
ing 350 lbs. butter-fat. Rob't. Thomp
son, Rt. 5. 937
~FOR~SALE—A few very choice full
blooded Duroc Jersey gilts. Bred for
April and May farrow. Will sell cheap
if taken soon. C. O. Bergquist, Rte.
2, Willmar. 979
POULTRY
EGGS FOR HATCHING—Pure bred
Barred Rocks, 50c per 15. R. M. Poe,
Willmar. 955
EGGS FOR HATCHING—Single
Comb Buff Orpingtons. $1 per 15.
Andrew Eastlund, Willmar, Rt. 3. 930
FOR SALE—Full blood Blue Ribbon
Roan duck eggs for hatching, fl.00
for 12. John F. Mossberg, Willmar,
Minn. 988
PEKIN AND ROUEN DUCK eggs
for hatching five cents each Rose
Comb Rhode Island Reds, 75c per 15.
Joel Thunstedt, 'phone 131J. 954
EGGS~FOR~HATCHING S. C.
Brown Leghorns good layers 75c
per 15, or $3 per hundred. Will also
have incubator chicks for sale about
April 15. Mrs. Ludvig A. Jenson, Rt.
3, Raymond. 946
EGGS FOR HATCHING—S.
White Leghorns, and Rose Comb
Rhode Island Reds. Forty cents per
setting of thirteen. Arthur Klint,
Rte. 5, Willmar. 980
EGGS FOR HATCHING—From
prize winning Barred Plymouth
Rocks E. B. Thompson Ringlet strain
direct. Large, vigorous and good lay
ers $2.50 per setting. Geo. C. Hedt
ke, 1208 Campbell Ave., Willmar. 978
FOR SALE]—Barred Rock eggs
from well bred stock. Good winter
layers. $1.00 per fifteen prepaid
$3.50 for 100. When eggs are called
for, 75 cents per setting. Order early.
Fred Stenberg, Rt. 1, Atwater, Min
nesota. 910
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—To do family washing
at home, 318 Third St. 868
MILKMAN—Will deliver milk to
any part of city. Call 2 on Line 17.
A. Ferguson. 949
WANTED—Work on a farm by a
young man. Will work by the month
or for all summer. Apply at Tribune
office. 987
PIANO TO TRADE—Have a new
1500 King grand upright piano taken
a trade which I will trade for
iheap lots. May be seen at Tjosvold's
tfusic Store. G. A. Erickson. 600
MONEY TO LOAN—See S. L. Ben
son for farm loans, on the optional
plan, and at low Interest, as
he has charge of the loaning business
while I am away from home. A. P.
\.dams. 66
LEARN DRESSMAKING and Lad
les' Tailoring at Relator's Ladies' Tail
oring College. We teach patternmak
fng, designing, cutting, fitting and
sewing. Old postoffice holding, Will
•nar. 717
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—Small dog, yellow, with
bushy tail and black, name Tiger.
Bring to Tannery for reward. 975
LOST Pair spectacles between
First National Bank and depot. Find
er please leave at this office. 961
Corrected March 24, lOiS
Priceson oreunery butter.nour, bran,snort*
*ad apples are dealers' sellint priest,all other
arepnees paid to producers.
Wheat, No. 1 Northers $138
Wheat, Mo. a $1 38
Wheat, Mo. $1 30
tVheat,No.4 $1.21
Wheat, rejected $1.12
jatt **c to SO
Barley Sic to set
R-wm 93cto 98c
Flax si.68 toil 71
tai corn 63c to 66c
Ploar, fancy 20
Plow, straight $4 10
Bras fan oo
Shorts $37.00
Potatoes 40c
Beans $3 2ft per bushel
Cabbage. 4c per lb
Onions 3c
Bggs 16
Batter, separator 25 to 28c
Batter,dairy 28
Batter, creamery 32c
Lambs #7.00
Sheep $4.00 to $5 O'
Chickens 9c to 12c
Beefcattle S0.00 to $6.Ut
Steers $6 OO to $7.50
$S.S0tO$8.00
V««1 ealvee ..
"f#e#
Hogs, live
I. C.
10c
.$6.00 to $6.28
OLSON*£
Offlee SO* Litchfield AT. W. 'Phone 111-1
Residence. $11 First Street, "Phono lll-i
Wiggins Plumbing
Good Plumbing
DISTRICT COURT
STILL IN SESSION
The district court is still in session
In the case of Alfred Bergeson vs. P.
O. Sonstegaard a verdict for the defen
dant vas brought in.
In the case of Milbert F. Price et al
vs. O O Haug-land the defendant with
drew his answer and the judge ordered
judgment against defendant
In the case of state vs. Albin Nelson
the defendant plead guilty of the
charge of bastardy and was assessed
$500 in support of child.
The damage suit of Simon Hall vs
Carl E. Anderson (automobile accident)
was decided in favor of plaintiff and
damages allowed to the amount of $205
The case of the Township of Will
mar va. the City of Willmar as to the
ownership of the poor house property
was settled and a division of the prop
property made
The case of the State vs J. J. Wise is
now on trial and evidently will finish
up the jury cases for this term, for the
remaining jurymen were dismissed yes
terday. On the request of Wise's at
torneys a special venire of thirty ad
ditional jurors was empaneled, most of
whom were also dismissed
INTERESTING ITEMS FROM
OTHER PLACES.
Pope county expects to spend about
92,000 on roads during the year 1915
Herman, Minnesota's model village,
voted to remain wet, at the last elec
tion.
The State Reformatory tit St. Cloud
is crowded to capacity. At present
there are nearly 500 inmates.
Swift County has decided to settle
the license question, definitely and
with this in view petitions for an op-George
tion election are being circulated.
Dissatisfied with the grain markets
at Litchfield, it is said that farmers
and business men are planning to co
operate and establish an independent
elevator there.
A peculiar situation arose at the li
cense election at Morton this spring.
There were 93 votes cast for license
and 93 against it, and one blank vote
The blank vote made the village dry
for another year.
Wood Lake, at the recent village
election, voted to remain wet, and, as
this is the only wet town in Yellow
Medicine county, the drys are plan
ning on a county option election to do
away with the saloon in Wood Lake.
Up at Danube farmers are threat
ening to boycott certain business men
because they voted out the saloons,
while over at Franklin the farmers
are talking of giving the business men
a banquet for doing the same thing.
And there you are—Ex.
At the annual meeting of the Na-house,
tional Creamery Buttermakers' Asso
ciation held last week at Mason City,
Iowa, Minnesota as usual carried off
most of the prizes for butter exhibits
Minnesota won first and second priz
es in the separator butter contest as
well as the grand prize which gives
Minnesota its tenth silk banner.—Ex.
A Convalescent
require!ftfood tonic that will rapidly
build up wasted tissue
Olive Oil
Emulsion
containing HypopkotphiU*
is a most reliable prescriptionwhichwv
always recommend for that purpose.
"Carlson Bros.
Professional Cards
WILLMA BETBESDA HOSPITAL
Oorner Third St., and Litchfield Ave
'Phono $8$.
Conducted By
Mrs, Caroline Ostlund.
a. not Dr. jr. a Jessie
Ihr. Christian Johnson.
Doctor CW. RICHES
MEDICAL AND OSTEOPATHIC
PHY8ICIAN
Specialist In Old, Stubborn Ailments.
8uch ailments ss Appendicitis, Goi
tre, Enlarged Tonsils, Curable Exter
nal Cancerous Growths and many
complaints of women are treated
without the knlfs.
Consultation and correspondence free
Pleasant Horns for such as desire
2S32 2nd Avs. 8., Minneapolis, Minn.
F. B. COLEMAN, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
only. Glasses fitted.
Office Over Palace Grocery, Phone 41.
Hoars—0 to 12 1-30 to S OO, Evenings and
Sundays by appointment.
DR. C. E. ANDERSON
E N I S
Bank of Willmar Building
Willmar, Minn,
R. W STANFORD
LAWYER
Real Estate, Insurance and
Collections.
Office in Postoffice Building.
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA
A. R. Endersbe
Veterinary, Surgeon and Denttsl
Special Attention given to Vaccination of
Hogs. I use only GovernmentInspected Se
rum. Also Castration of Animals
Office at Farmer's Peed Barn, Phone No 428
Res. 703 3th St. Phone 481J Willmar, Minn.
Dr. E. WANNER
VETERINARIAN
Offloe at Dowaa ft Sanderson Feed Barn
Day 'phone No 4J night 'phone It
Willmar, Wan,
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.
KANDIYOHI.
J. V. Holmberg spent last week in
the cities.
liarold Cederstrom was at Willmar
Tuesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Ander
son, a son.
Mrs. George Sanderson of Willmar
spent Saturday here.
Mrs. N. C. Sorenson was a Willmar
visitor the first of the week.
Miss Jennie Fahlstrom is here for
a visit at her parental home.
Miss Lucy Larkins was a Willmar
visitor the forepart of the week.
Mrs. John Norine is spending the
week with her son, August at Lake
Elizabeth.
Mrs. Sampson of Litchfield spent
the week with her daughter, Mrs
Levi Lund.
Miss Florence Anderson, who teach
es at Pennock, spent Sunday with her
folks here.
Rev. Wahlquist of St. Paul visited
here with friends the latter part of
the week.
Charlie Harrison spent a couple of
days in the cities the latter part of
the week.
Services next Sunday at the Eben
ezer church at two o'clock, B. E. Wal
ters, pastor.
Viola and LeRoy Johnson returned
home on Friday after spending a week
with relatives at Willmar.
Mrs. C. J. Swenson returned home
the first of the week after visiting
with relatives at Willmar.
Joe Kalfkin returned home the first
of the week after spending a few days
in the cities with relatives.
Miss Johnson and friend of Svea
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Peterson last week.
Mrs. Chas. Jacobson spent a few
days with her daughter, Mrs. Ed. An
derson at Willmar,, the first of the
week.
Mrs. Ed. Nelson of Hancock arrived
here Saturday to attend the funeral
of her aunt, the late Mrs. R. O. Matt
son.
A number from here attended the
funeral of the late Mrs. R. O. Mattson,
which was held at Tripolis Sunday af
ternoon.
Mrs. Cornel Johnson of Willmar
came down Saturday to attend the
parcel shower given in honor of Katie
Sorenson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lundquist and ba
by of Minneapolis are here for a visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Fahlstrom.
The Ladies' Aid of the Ebenezer
church will be entertained at the home
of Mrs Swan Anderson on Thursday
Oscar Ringstrom and son Kenneth
were visitors at the Peter Thulin
home, the first part of the week.
Carrie Hallberg, accompanied by
her brother, spent a few days with
their sister, Mrs. Ed. Johnson, at Will
mar last week.
The entertainment at the school
Friday, was well attended and
the money realized from same will
go to the piano fund.
About forty ladies gathered at the
home of Mrs. John Burns last Satur
day afternoon to attend the parcel
shower given Miss Katie Sorenson, a
bride of next month.
Rev. and Mrs. Linner of Litchfield
were here on Wednesday for a visit
with Rev. and Mrs. E. Walters.
Rev. Linner delivered a sermon here
in the evening. The congregation has
extended a call to Rev. Linner to sue
ceed Rev. Walters who leaves in the
near future for Wisconsin, and each
one wishes that the Reverend's an
swer will be in the affirmative. We
believe his services here will be for
the best of the church.
A surprise was tendered Mr. andSorrows
Mrs. John Peterson at Willmar, form
erly of Kandiyohi, at their home on
Second street last Tuesday evening,
March 16th, in honor of their twenty
fifth wedding anniversary. About six
ty of their friends remembered them
with silver gifts. They received sil
ver teaspoons from Prof, and Mrs. G.
A. Lundquist of Pittsburg, Penn., sil
ver berry spoon from Mr. and Mrs
J. T. Lundquist of Duluth, and many
others. Those from here who attend
ed were Mrs. John Lundquist, Ansgar
Lundquist, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Lund
quist, Miss Emma Noid, Mrs. E.
Hallstrom, Mr. and Mrs. August Lund
quist, Mr. and Mrs O. W. Kroona, Mrs
J. V. Holmberg, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Elmquist also Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Ben
son of Benson. A delicious supper
was served with a large wedding cake
as the centerpiece. The cake was giv
en them by their daughter-in-law, Mrs
Ruth Peterson. The decorations were
pink and white carnations. The eve
ning was spent in a social way.
SHANTY TOWN.
Shanty Town, March 15—Carl Ped
erson and family of Spicer are at
present visiting with relatives near
Eagle Lake.
Marcus Pederson returned from
Norway Lake last Wednesday where
he has been visiting with friends
Oscar Pederson left Thursday for
Effington, S. D., where he will visit
with relatives and friends for a few
days.
August and Bennie Berg called on
friends in this vicinity Wednesday
^evening.
Quite a few from here attended the
"Mutt and Jeff" show at Willmar,
Thursday evening.
A. Bjorlie called at the John Sam
uelson home last Sunday afternoon.
O. Johnson is employed at the Rev.
E. E. Gynild home this week.
August Berg has been busy hauling
sand for John Berg, who is erect a
cottage on his lot here.
O. O. Birkeland attended a meeting
at the Green Lake church, Saturday.
Samuelson Bros, are busy cutting
wood and logs for O. E. Olson.
Mrs. Ella Anderson visited with
Mrs. J. Samuelson one day last week
A number of the Eagle Lake young
people attended the sale at the Long
Lake church, Friday evening.
John Samuelson attended the La
dies Aid meeting at the D. Swenson
home, Thursday afternoon.
Julius Pederson called on his broth
er Edward last Saturday.
Mrs. O. O. Birkeland called on Mrs
E. Pederson, Sunday afternoon.
6r. Guataf D. Forssell's massage
treatment* given with greatest suc
cess for old 8tomach Complaints and
Rheumatism, Ruble Blk., Willmar
Mlnrw—AdT.
^UMBSBI
SELECT MATERIAL FOR GARAGES
Miss Lena Odland is at present
staying at Henry Halvorson's.
Theodore Ivershe called at Halvor
son's last Friday evening.
FORTUNES OF TIME.
(By Chas. Olive, Willmar.)
Summer and autumn bleak,
Winter and flowery spring,
Sunshine and storm and calm—
Changes that time doth bring.
Joy that is nectar-sweet,
Love which is bliss to know,
Kindling on pallid cheek
Always a sunny glow.
that rudely tear
Bosoms of young and old,
Changing their earthly life
Into a winter cold.
Poverty and distress,
Dreams that are fading fast,
Longings and fears and hope,
And heavenly peace at last.
These are the things we find,
Aye, as through life we go
None meet with only joy,
None only sorrow know.
The tale of the John Johnson stock
is still going on. Some fine bargains
in shoes for boys at 48c, a lot for girls
at 65c and some for infants at 25c.
A garage can be built TOO cheap.
It's well to figure on Winter temperature, and low
ones at that, when planning yours, for it's then you will
want yours to be weather proof.
In other words, don't build ONLY for Spring and
summer use.
Let me show you the different ways in whiten garages
are being built Let me show you the different kinds of
material that are being used.
I have all the different kinds of lumber—a very se
lect stock of each.
Glad to help you build yours right at the lowest
cost
JOHNL. GRUE
WILLMAR MANAGER
STANDARD LUMBER CO.
RINGVILLE-GEORGEVILLE.
Ringville-Georgeville, Mar. 22—A
quiet home wedding occurred at the
home of Mrs. Christine Hendrickson,
Friday afternoon at 3:30 p. m., when
her daughter, Miss Emma was united
in marriage to Mr. Dan Schulz, Rev.
T. O. Tolo performing the ceremony.
The bride who has grown to woman
hood in this vicinity and has been
employed as saleslady at the Farmers'
Store has a host of friends who wish
her and the man of her choice a long
and happy wedded life. The groom
has held a position as stock buyer for
the Farmers' Store. Mr. and Mrs.
Schulz left for a wedding trip to dif
ferent points in the state.
George Olson is spending the week
at Granite Falls.
Mrs. Edwin Mork visited at her par
ental home last Tuesday.
R. Olson was a Belgrade visitor last
Saturday.
The following officers were elected
for the coming year for the Farmers'
Shipping Association at their last
meeting: President, P. O. Sonste
gaard vice president, C. M. Christo
pherson secretary and treasurer,
P. Johnson directors/D. A. Beck and
Otto Gustencorn.
GRUE.
Grue, March 15th—The little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Halvorson
was baptized Friday evening by Rev.J.
E. O. Larson. She received the name
Selma Elvira Hazel.
Arthur Chesness of Irving is visit
ing at Gunderson's.
Miss Hattie Thompson spent a few
days last week at her home at Green
Lake.
Little Olga Fagerland, the sixteen
months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs
A. Fagerland, is reported ill with
pneumonia.
The Girls' Society held a meeting
last Saturday with Miss Clara Kleven
The following officers were elected
for the coming year: President, Clara
Kleven treasurer, Mattie Peterson,
and secretary, Miss Harriet Halvor
son.
Ben Gunderson and Art Chesness
called at Fossum's last Sunday eve
ning.
Mrs. C. W. Pederson visited with
Halvorson's Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Thorstenson and
daughter Ruth and Mr. Nordahl at
tended the meetings at the Green
Lake church, Sunday.
Messrs. Lewis and Wittee called at
Risdall's Sunday afternoon.
Lawrence Sands visited over Sun
day at his home here.
Trades Farm for Mill.
H. Simons, near Priam in town
of St. John's, and T. M. McGinty of
Olivia, made a deal last week whereby
the former becomes the owner of the
Olivia flour mill with a daily capacity
of 120 barrels, for which the price of
$18,000 has ben paid, and the latter
is the owner of Mr. Simon's farm con
sisting of 320 acres for which he re
ceived $32,000. Mr. Simons will move
with his family to Olivia to make
their future home and assume the
milling business.—Raymond News.
I will ship stock from Pennock ev
ery Tuesday and pay at the rate of
fifty cents below top on that day for
hogs and for other stock accordingly
G. C. Haug.—Adv., 3 mos.
Wiggins Plumbing
is
Good Plumbing
Wall
Paper
Everything
the latest
CARLSON BROS.
DRUGS PAINTS WALL PAPER
•Hap
SPICEB-ON-GBEEN.LAKE
Spicer-on-Green-Lake, Mar. 23—
Misses Stella Holt and Mary Price
were at St. Cloud from Thursday
until Saturday attending the teach
ers meeting.
Miss Nellie Holt was at Willmar
a couple of days last week.
Sheriff Bonde of Willmar made a
business trip to Spicer Monday.
Oscar Orsen left for Minneota Fri
day, where he will be employed.
Arthur Skoglund of New London
was at Spicer the first of the week.
V. J. Anderson and family visited
relatives near Eagle Lake Sunday.
Chas. Nyberg of Fergus Falls was at
Spicer on business the first of the
week.
Joseph Kloster left Saturday for
Hanley Falls for a visit with relatives
and friends.
H. O. Olson returned from Willmar
Thursday, where he has been attend
ing the jury.
Toby Johnson, the new proprietor
of the New York store, will have a
sale this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walin of Harri
son left for Sandstone Saturday for a
week's visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Thorvig and son,
Bennie, and Mrs. Johannes Thorvig,
visited relatives at Spicer Monday.
Rev. Skarpness, Supt. of Home Mis
sions, spoke in the Green Lake, Long
Lake and Zion churches, last Sun
day.
Mrs. N. O. Aarrestad returned to
Hanley Falls the first part of last week
after an extended visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Kloster.
Don't forget the "Face at the Win
dow," to be given at Mardin's Hall on
Thursday evening, March 25th, for the
benefit of the Green Lake Concert
Band.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Thorvig and
son, Bennie, who have been visiting
relatives and friends in this vicinity
for about three months, left this week
for their home at Lostwood, N. Dak.
The Spicer Volunteer Fire Dept
held their annual business meeting
last Saturday and elected officers for
the ensuing year as follows: Chief,
Wm. Nelson Ass't. Chief, M. J. Klos
ter and Secretary and Treasurer, H.
Thorvig.
A quiet home wedding took place
last Friday evening, Mar. 19th, at the
home of Halvor Haverly, when Miss
Lillie Haverly was united in marriage
to Mr. Willie Jacobson. They will
make their home on the place known
as the Davenport farm on the west
shore of Boss Lake. Congratulations
are extended to the young couple.
ORSXHAJTCE HO. 157.
An Ordinance Providing* for lire Limits
in the City of Willmar, Minnesota,
and Begnlattng* the Construction
Building's Therein.
Be it ordained by the City of Willmar
as follows
Section 1 —All that part or portion of
the City of Willmar, Minnesota, em
braced or contained within the territory
hereinafter described, shall constitute
and be known as the Fire Limits of
said City
All of Blocks 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
27, 28, 29, 30, 31, the East half of Block
32, all of Blocks 42, 43 and 44, the West
half of Block 45, and all that part of
the right of way of the Great Northern
Railway Company lying- north of Pi
cine Avenue and South of the main
track of said railway company between
1st and 10th Streets West.
Section 2.—Every building: hereafter
erected, constructed or enlarged within
the fire limits of the City of Willmar,
shall be t/Uilt of brick, stone, concrete,
iron or other incombustible material,
except, that by special action of the
City Council, repairs or minor additions
may be made to existing- structures of
semi-fireproof material and construc
tion.
Section 3 —It shall be unlawful to
rebuild or repair any frame building
within the fire limits of the City oi
Willmar when such building shall have
been damaged by fire or by the ele
ni»nt! or by decay to the extent of fifty
per cent of its value, and \eneered and
iron covered buildings shall be consid
ered as frame buildings under this pro
vision, and no such building damaged to
the extent of less than fifty per cent of
its value shall be repaired so as to be
raised higher than the highest point
left standing after such damage shall
have occurred, nor so as to occupy a
greater space than before the injury
thereto
The extent of damage to any such
building, when it is intended to repair
or rebuild the same, shall be ascertain
ed in the following manner The City
Council shall appoint three disinterest
ed freeholders of the City to inspect
said building and to appraise the dam
age thereto and it shall be their duty
to make written report and file the
same in the office of the City Clerk If
such committee, after such irihppction,
find that said building has been damaged
less than fifty per cent of its \alue,
then and in that case only, the building
may be repaired or rebuilt But if such
committee deem that said building has
been damaged to the extent of fifty per
cent or more than fifty per cent of Its
value, then such building shall not be
repaired or rebuilt Any person feeling
aggrelved bv the action of such com
mittee shall have the right to appeal to
the City Council from the decision of
such committee, and the decison of the
City Council on such appeal shall be
final.
Any wooden building within the fire
limits, damaged to the extent of fifty
per cent of its value as above provided,
may be ordered torn down or removed
by the City Council, and such order
shall be served upon the owner or oc
cupant of the premises upon which such
damaged building stands Whenever
any owner or occupant shall fail or neg
lect, for five days after such service
to comply with such order, the City
Council may proceed to cause such
building or structure to be torn down or
removed and may assess the cost there
of against the property upon which such
building
4
stood, the proceedings of the
City Council to be governed by the pro
visions of the Charter of the City of
Willmar as in Section 78 thereof pro
vided.
Section 4 —No frame building in the
Citv of Willmar shall be moved unless
such building is worth at least sixty
per cent of the cost of a similar new
building.
No frame building shall be moved
from one place to another within the
fire limits of the City, nor from outside
said fire limits to any place within the
same
Section 5.—Any person violating any
provision of this ordinance, shall, upon
conviction thereof before the Municipal
Court of said City, or before any Court
having jurisdiction, be punished by a
fine of not less than Ten nor more than
One Hundred Dollars, or by imprison
ment for not less than ten nor more
than ninetv days
Section 8—All ordinances or Darts of
ordinances inconsistent herewith are
hereby repealed.
Section 7—This ordinance shall take
effect and be in force from and after
its publication.
Approved March 23rd, 1915.
E. C. WELL.IN, Mayor.
OBDZBTAVCS HO. 156.
An Ordinance Prohibiting' the Maintain-,
anoe of Slaughter Bouses Within the
Zdmlts of the City of Wilmar.
Be it ordained by the City of Will
mar as follows:
Section 1.—No person shall operate
or maintain any slaughter house within
the coroorate limits of the City of Will
mar, Minnesota.
Section 2—Any person violating- the
provisions of this ordinance, shall, up
on conviction thereof before the Muni
cipal Court of said City, or before any
Court having jurisdiction, be punished
by a fine of not less than Ten ($10.00)
Dollars nor more than One Hundred
($100 00) Dollars, or by imprisonment
for not less than ten nor more than
ninety days.
Section 3—All ordinances or parts of
ordinances inconsistent herewith are
hereby repealed.
Section 4—This ordinance shall take
effect and be In force from and after
Its publication.
Approved March 23rd, 1915.
E. C. W ELLIN, Mayor.
—S. Anderson and family of Kan
diyohi tooV- the train today for New
London where they will have charge
of the Quam farm which was recently
purchased by Mr. Norell.
Read the "Want- Column.
"Somepeople have
an idea that a paint
that's right for in
door work is not as
good for outside
painting and vice
versa.
It's a mistaken idea Devoe
Lead-and-Zinc Paint isright
for any sort of painting it
covers more surface'per gal
lon and does it better than
ordinary paint.
Hand mixed paint doesn't begin to do
the work so well, no mater how good
the painter. For all painting use and
insist on having Devoe Lead-and Zinc
Paint
O. A. Jacobson, Agency
C. 1
(Paid advertisement.)
BIDS FOR STEAM BOILER.
Sealed bids will be received by the
City Council of the City of Willmar,
Minnesota, up to 8 o'clock in the af
ternoon, April 12th, 1915, for the fur
nishing of a Steam Boiler of horizon
tal tubular type, 18 ft long and 6 ft.
in diameter, properly proportioned for
a working pressure of 175 lbs. per
square inch, together with all neces
sary equipment, attachments and ap
purtenances.
Plans and specifications for said
boiler are now on file with the Water
and Light Department and at the of
fice of the City Clerk.
Bids may be submitted for furnish
ing new boiler only, as per specifica
tions, delivered f. o. b. cars Willmar,
or for the removal of the old boiler,
unloading new boiler from car and in
stalling same at Power House.
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check of $100, payable to the
City Treasurer.
The Council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Willmar, March 23, 1915.
H. GUNDERSON,
3t City Clerk.
Painting
Have your painting done before
the rush and save money.
First class work and best ma
terial used. Will do work in or
out of city. Estimates free.
CHAS. OLSON
811 1st St South Tel. 431
WILLMAR, MINN.
IF TOUR CHILD 18 CROSS,
FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED
Look Mother! If tongue is coated,
cleanse little bowels with "Cali
fornia 8yrup of Figs."
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
ft well, playful child again.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
take this harmless "fruit laxative."
Millions of mothers keep it handy be
cause they know its action on the
stomach, liver and bowels is prompt
and sure.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Pigs," which
contains directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown-ups.
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Send for money-saving pricelist and
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Good Plumbing
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