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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 February 1895

& rQL. 1. **. *t. '-v i^l «^*sss®s!p^^St3-ag & Minneapolis CfifllSi The dwelling house of Jonas Johnson, town of Mamie, was destroyed bv tire last Friday,the lot of this month. The tire caught through the burning out of the chimney. The men were not at home at the time so that the tire got the headway and burned the building to the ground. Mr. Johnson's dwelling was oue of the finest houses in that section. We have not learned whether he was insured, but at any count it was a serious loss and great inconvenience to be burnt out at this time of the year. The Willmar Tribune will also contain an agricultural column edited by Hon. N. Quam. Mr. Quam is"a native of this State, born and raised in Steele county, and has been a resident of this county for many years. He knows from practical experience just about what can be done un der our conditions of soil and cli mate and will, we doubt not, make the column interesting reading for farmers. We will al so have special correspondent...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 February 1895

"4 IW' WILLMAR TRIBUNE. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, Febrnar.v 19,1895 CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Editor. GUDMUND P. KARWAND, General Business Agent for the Will raar Tribune. Office at the old Sperry Machinery Building, Will mar, Minn Subscriptions maj bo paid to liud niund P. Karwand For ad ertiaing rates in the Willtnar Tribune in quire of Mr Karwand SUBSCRIPTION PMCES. $1 00 per annum in advance. $1 2r) if not paid in advance Outside of the count) 15 cts extm for postage Entered la the Post Office of Willmar, Minne NQta. as second-class matter SALUTATORY Iu presenting the Willmar Ti i bune to the people of Kandiyohi county and vicinity, little need be said by way of introduction Politically it is third party It is born of and imbued with the spirit of reform, the spirit that actuated the 1500 citizens of Kandiyohi count to cast their votes forS. Owen for governor last fall. Theenterpi ise is under taken in response to a demand from third part people not only in this county, but from sec...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 February 1895

h*^. is Agricultural Department, CONDUCTED BY NELS QUAM, Noruny Lake, Minn In undertaking the manage ment of this department, we wish to state that our aim is to give to our readers the best practical knowledge of agriculture based as far as possible upon actual ex perience in the county and vicini ty, both as to the art of selling as well as producing agricultural products. But in order to be able to carry out our object fully, we must have the co-operation of our readers in the work. And we sincerely hope, and kindly ask, everybody who has been suc cessful in anv line of crop or pro duct to send us a short and con cise statement of their experience, or information is anted on any subject pertaining to the farm or business connected therewith, questions are always in order and will receive prompt attention in this department. When farmers learn to co-oper ate, all the manufacturing, com mercial and political combines that now injure their interests and make them complain of hard ti...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 February 1895

Hamper* Gr©©e:pieg .A •M$m THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR T. G.Anderson BELGRADE, MINN. BELGRADE, MINN. Just East of Skiraland's Shop. -I**DONE WITH* NEATNESS and DISPATCH SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. BrothersJ ©r^ ^©©elg. We will always pay the highest Market Price for BUTTER and EGGS, and sell omr GOODS as CHEAP as any in town. 'i&me and (S^w Md. Hanson, LOR. BELGRADE, MINN. CUSTOM WORK amun WAGO N MAKER. BE-kG-RABE, MINN. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP WOOD WORK Farm Implements. R.j. ffiimfaeel,. BLACKSMITH^ BEkG-RADE, tHI&N. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY. And repairing of farm implements of all kinds Satisfaction Guaranteed. vx \*n & Editor Wlllmur Tribune: The proposition to change our public Hchool system from the old unci tried District to that of the Towuship plan, i» transition freighted with possibilities of no small import. Whether they be pos sibilities that shall act for weal or for woe in the future life of our com mon schools, is the problem just now confronting and agitating the f...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 26 February 1895

i*"1 5* .afic? fV IT T-. jt VOL. 1. W !, Minneapolis ui) GGrtlSi I Subscribe for the Willmar Tri bune. Only |1.0 0 per year in advance. The roads are at present in that peculiar condition that causes a man to stand still one half day wondering whether to use cutter or buggy, and after he has goneuboutu mile from town, stop still ngaiu the rest of the day won tiering whether to pro ceed or turn back. The Willmar Tribune printed 1100 copies last week and there wasn't enough to go around. This week we print 1200 copies. Send in your subscription and sje what the Tribune has to say. We are going to write up Kandi yohi county hereafter, and its geographical, geological and commercial advantages. Let us see if we can't make times letter hereabout by a little home boom to help us out till Uncle Sam comes home. Yesterday we happened to drop into C. F. Malm's one price cash store at I'a.vnesville. Mr. Malm is one of the greatest rustlers in this part of the country. By lib eral and judicious...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 26 February 1895

k* 7" WILLMAR TRIBUNE. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, Februai.r 26,1895 CHBISTIRH JOHNSON, Editor. GUDMDND P. KARWAND, General Business Agent for the Will mar Tribune. Office at the old Sperry Machinery liuilding, Will mar, Minn. Subscriptions ma) bo paid to Gud mundP Karwand For advertising rates in the Willmar Tribune In quire of Mr Karw ami Looal Agents for Willmar Tribune. S. Andeison Hamper) Bios Peter Lan-on John Quam 1* Van Voi st P. Owrc New London. Belgrade Atwatei. Noiway hake IlriVr'IC'k. Luke Lill an SUBSCRIPTION PRICES $1.00 per annum in advance $1 25 if not paid in advance Outside of the county 15 cts extra for postage Entered In the Post Ofticeof Willmar, Minne sota as second-clas9 matter PRESIDENT CLK\ELV\D'* m:c OMMEXDATION TO SELL GOLD BONDS S DOWN I'POX A S THE DISINTEGRATION OF THE OLD PAR TIES ON' THE MONE\ QUESTION' BEGUN On the 14th of this month oc curred one of the most remark able and significant events of the times. Remarkable because the party in power by a...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 26 February 1895

Mr b.r it w\ Agricultural Department. CONDUCTED BY NELS QUAM, Norn ay Luke, Minn. CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERIES. The question of co-operative creameries is now beinjrdiscu^ski everywhere and we are pleased to see this agitation go on, because it is high time for us to look about for a change and we do hope this enterprise shall prove a boon to our farmers The creamery is of course the Hist step in the pi ogress of the dairy industry and upon the corieef, careful and sound establish nipnt and running of this depends to a great extent the future suctess of this line of product. begin with we must not beyond our means, that is, we must not in vest more money in the cteam ery plant than our business soince will cany We have but few cows and what is still worse but little to feed them. We see and hear a great deal about put ting in of large plants to cost 1280 0 to #3500, \e we doubt that a locality can be found within the borders of this county that would warrant the putting in o* that much c...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 26 February 1895

T. BELGRADE DEPARTMENT THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR G.Andersonf BELGRADE, MINN. Hampen Brothersj BELGRADE, MINN. .lust-Kiiht of Skimland's Shop. r©ee:rieg ©P^ (£©02lg ft7e wiM ataya j?«jy the highest Market Price for UTTER and EGGS, and sell omr£OODS as CHEAP as any ifi town. *&m# ana I. Hanson, .A I LOR BELGRADE, MINN. CUSTOM WORK ~§-*|)ONE WITH*-i~ NEATNESS and DISPATCH SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ataa&n W A O N MAKE BELGRADE, GENERAL REPAIR SHOP WOOD WORK Farm Implements. R.J. |fiimfaftd,. BLACKSMITH, BEkG-RADE, MINN. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY Ax&t repairing of farm implements of all kinds Satisfaction Guaranteed. :trf Kie^L^, &.<— A %£t£j& -M ""Teg '•The Tribune represents wind in the extreme."--Willmar Aiius. THE FOUR ROBBERS, HOW THEY BUiLT THE C. P. RAILROAD AND STOLE $150,000,000. Swindled the Nation, the State of Califor nia and Several Counties— High Handed Thievery Practiced by Means of Contract* Awarded to Themselves. The Central Pacific rail road as at fi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 March 1895

& t4.- Hi) PPfltC 40 cents. $1.15. If the author of "The Liquor Situation Dramatized" will send us his name, not necessarily for publication, but to assure the editor of the author's good faith, his communication will be pub ished. S. B. Qvale acd Paul Roise are oinjrto Philadelphia and NewCarlson ork to-day for the purpose of buying goods direct from the factories. This shows that these gentlemen are wide-awake and know how To prorewl to hiy down goods here in Willmar at bottom prices. Look out for bargains at-Dale, Roise Qvale's hereafter. An attempt is made in the legislature^ change the fishing law so as to give the county commissioners control of the fishing privileges of our lakes. We believe this is a good idea. The supervision of our lakes as at present, carried out by state wardens, is an acknowledged failure. We call'special attention to the ad of T. J. Anderson in our Bel grade column., Mr. Anderson is not only a hustling business man, but a reformer as well. His uove...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 March 1895

w~ 5 :ll*# w~£ Mlnneapoli 53 cents. 33 cents. 39 cents. 67 cents. 5 cents. 3 cents. I If the author of "The Liquor Situation Dramatized''.will send us his name, not necessarily for publication, but to assure the editor of the author's jrood faith, his communication will be pub ished. Dress Ginghams Outing Flannels 40 cents, $1.15. •*y» Iw~^61ia(^i»l»^»t^^gv*^!5^1' S. B. Qvale and Paul Roise are ?oin«rto Philadelphia and New or'k to-day for the purpose of buying goods direct from the factories. This shows that these fnow eiitlemen are wide-awake' and how to proceed to lay down goods here in Willmar at bottom prices. Look out for bargains afr4)ale, Roise $ Qvale's hereafter. An attempt is made in the legislatnre^to change the fishing law so as to give the comity commissioners control of the fishing privileges of our lakes. We believe this is a good idea*. The supervision of our lakes as and under what restrictions fish may l« taken from lakes within the county.- Our present fishing la...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 March 1895

WILLMAR TRIBUNE. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, March 4 1 8 9 5 CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Editor. GUDMUNI) KAR\VANI7 Gcueral ButriueHS Agent for the Will niar Tribune Othce at the old Sperry Machinery ttuilding, tVHI mnr, Minn Subscriptions may be paid to Gw\ mundP KM rwand Forndiertiafng rates in the Wilhmtr Tribune in quire of Mr Knrwand Local Agents for Willmar Tribune. S.J A mlei Hon Hampen Bios Petei Larson .lohn Qnam New London Belgrade \twater Noiway hake VanVorbt Owre Hawick. Lake Lillian SUBSCRIPTION PRICES $1.00 per annum in advance $1.25 if not paid in advance Otitside of the county 15 cts extia for postage. Entered In the Post Offloeof Willmar, Minne sota, as sacond-claas matter The Banker, the Business Man. the Money Question and The money question, and it is the question of the day admit ted by all parties and e\erybody, has many sides andea be viewed from different points of observa tion But it is especially as an almost universal commodity of deferred payment that a dollar of...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 March 1895

S .:*£3fei£ft**£ Npg*» ^c 5* F3* •J ill Agricultural Department. NDJ TED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn Mr. Quam's article on "Diversi fied Farming'' was received too late for publication tbis week. NVe therefor** publish in this col umn a timnly aitielebv Mrs. T. W. Stauford on "Butter Making on a Sui.ill Scale "—[Editor Tribune Butter-Making on a Small Scale As I listened to the lectures on dai in« ut the sunmipr school of AgTiculture last June, and ob sei ved the numerous and costly appliances deemed necessary to the successful operation of a large d.iiix, I said to nnself ''this is helpful only to specialists, it is of no Uheto me But as I followed the details of practice woik from da\ to a 1 became convinced that a thorough knowledge of scientific buttei-making, applied to the conditions existing in the a\ ei age fai house, on Id result a \as lmpioxempiit of our pieoent piodmt, e\en with the it appliances at our com mand It is foi the scoies of farmeiswi\es thus count who, lik...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 5 March 1895

It Vt h-Cn" P»w»»M'*""a»lM»»«»»»»»ll*»«e«S»^^ BELGRADE RKLCiUADE ]mne *&mmmt*imm fef life i?p?fr?ng T. J. Anderson & Co's, POLITICAL UZZLE To anyone answering the following four questions correctly before APRIL 1st, we will give free of charge looLBS. 1»K8T«RANULATKD SUGAR 'First From what evil does the people of America suffer mos:? Which is the second greatest evil? Which is the third .greatest evil? Which is the fourth greatest exii? Answer to us at Belgrade direct or through the Tribune. If retban one answers correctly, the pr»ze will \m divided equally, if no one answers correctly before the d«te above*mentioned, we shall give it in the llr.-t after that date, according to our style of thinking. Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT FLOUR, RYE FLOUR And ail kinds of TW of far?n iMh Z*~1 DEPARTMENT.OF T. J. Anderson & Company, Prop. Farmer's Union Ca*h Store, Hampen Brothers, BELGRADE, MINN. .Iut East of Skinilanri's Shop. p0©e:riGg $AND$$^~ We will always pay the'...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 March 1895

U-ty*-- H. f* C' We meet occasionally business men in our towns and also farm eis in the country who entertain a notion that the interest of tonntry and town, of farmer and merchant, is antagonistic This notiou is founded on the delusion that our ordinary legitimate ti ude pai takes always of the na ture of sharp tiick-bargaiiiing. It is admitted that there are mer chants ho trade with the object of making all they can, foul or fair, and that there are farmers who do the same thing: in turn hene\ er they get a chance Hut we hold th.it such trading is the exception and not the rule. We know that fanners often com plain of being treated unfairly. And now we ask such com plain ing fcirmeis how they expert to remedy this unfair tradinir, wheie it reallv exists? The an swer is, bv getting a chance to trade with some tairer dealer, by competition among dealers Bu to be 8uiv of that healthy com petition among business men that keeps prices down to a fair living profit in all branches of bu...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 March 1895

V* 1 VOL. 1. 5 *m How a Boom of Wdlmar Help the Farmers. Would We meet occasionally business mtMi in our towns and also farm ers in the country who entertain a notion that the interest of country anVto'n, of farmer aud merchant, is 'fit-agonistic. This notion is founded on the delusion that our ordinary legitimate trade partakes always of the na ture of sharp trick-bargaining-. It is admitted that there are mer chants who trade with the object of making all they can, foul or fair, and that there are farmers who do the same thing in turn whenever they get a chance. But we hold that such trading is the exception and not the rule. \Ve know that farmers often com plain of being treated unfairly. And now we ask such complain ing farmers how they expect to remedy this unfair trading, where it really exists? The an swer is, by getting a chance to trade with some fairer dealer, by competition among dealers. But to be sure of that healthy com petition among business men that keeps prices dow...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 March 1895

4\ M* Boom of W.llmar Would Help the Farmers \W input oeemiomilh business men in our towns uiiri also farm PIS in the country win. entertain a notion that 'the mteiest of country am' of f.miipr aud merchant, is jhta£Oiii«»ti» This notion is founded on the delusion that our ordinary lci»itimate ti ade pai takes always of the na ture of shaip tiick-bai gaining. It is a linitted that there are mer chants ho trade with the object of making a they can, foul or fair, and that there are fanners who do the same tiling in turn henever the\ get a chance. Hut wc hold in such trading? is the exception and not the rule. We know that farmers often com plain of being treated unfairly. And now we ask such complain ing farmer how they expect to remedy this unfair trading, wheie it rea 11 exists? The an swer is. b\ getting a chance to tiade with some fairer dealer, by competition among dealers Hut to be sure ot that healthy com petition a mono business men that keeps prices down to a fair Ihinii piof...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 March 1895

I 't 4 A WILLMAR TRIBUNE. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, March 12,1895. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Editor, GUDMUND P. KARWAND, General Business Agent for the Will mar Tribune. Office at the old Sperry Machinery Building. Will mar, Minn Subbcriptions may be paid to Gud mund P. Karwand For ad vertiBiuj? rates in the Willmar Tribune iu quireofMr Karwand Looal Agents for Willmar Tribune S Anderson Uampen Bros Peter Larson John Guam New London Belgrade. Atwater Norway Lake Van Voi st Owre Hawick Lake Lillian SUBSCRIPTION PRICES $1 00 per annum in advance. $1 25 if not paid in advance Outside of the county 15 cts extia for postage. Entered in the Post Office of Williuar, Minne sota, as second-class matter Gold Bugs Getting Tame. Kind of The Great Republican gold bug o»*gan, the Minneapolis Tiibune, emits the follow nip, sickly grunt through the Farmer's Tribune, on the Oregon Senatorial out come* DOLPH'** SUCCESSOR AN1» Tllfc FI- NANCES Senator Dolpb of Oregon, was beaten bj the free silver sentime...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 March 1895

w* '&$*. ,4$&Jp~ ^$*f.H%$V &«%£«?*: WILLMAR TRIBUNE. WILLMAR, -r MINNESOTA, Tuesday, March 12,1895 Local Agents for Willmar Tribune. •S. J. Anderson New London. Ilampen Bros Belgrade. Peter Larson Atwater. John Quam Norway Lake. F. P. VanVorst Hawick. L. P. Owre Lake Lillian. SUBSCRIPTION PBICES: $1.00 per annum in advance. $1.25 if not paid in advance. Outside of the county 15 cts. extra for postage. Rutered in the Posi Office of WlHinwr, Minne sota, as second-class matter. Gold Bugs Getting Tame. Kind of The Great Republican gold bug o»*gan, the Minneapolis Tribune, emits the following sickly grunt through the Farmer's Tribune, ou the Oregon Senatorial out come: OOI.PFI'S SUCCESSOR ANT THE FI- NANCES. Senator Dolpb. of Oregon, was beaten by the free silver sentiment of his state. While bis successor is not an avowed silverite, lie is, it Is stated, uncommitted on that question, and Mr. Dolph's opponents, thinking him preferable to the roan who had made a record for sou...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 March 1895

S FHJ tV fe1** fu a SWSift Airicultura! Department. CONDUCTED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. DIVERSIFIED FARMING. In discussing this subject we will try to Ufvp out of iiii.i^iimry litions mid theoiU's and tnke up the ^it mtion as it is in fact We will lake a fai met (,is we find them on nn .neiauenow-a-dnxs), despondent, nml is by low piiies on Ins nod nets, with chinch bugs, Russian thistle, wild ont and other pl.ig'iiesuMivliiinr to him, with mi "overdue debt hanging o\e his head and no money wherewith to pav it. Of couise it is nu important and vital question with him 1KA\ he can han«ie his methods and con dition and it is our purpose with this title to help devise some way or plan wherebv t'lis an be iH'compiished at a sudden cli.mgp or bie.ikiug oft of old way-, ami methods nnd adapting oi new won't tit) is npp.ueut, as we lack btith me ins and e\peii ence W N to into it gr.idu illy, making our living, paving expenses and in on tlebt as we gt) «iloug We will now take befoie ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 March 1895

I f. li- Agricultural Department. CONDUCTED BY NEL8 QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. DIVERSIFIED FARMING. In discussing- this subject we will try to keep out of imaginary m-litions tmri theories and take up the sit i.'itiou as it is in fact NVe will take a farmer (as WH tiiul them un ana.ve:aueno\v-a-da\s), despondent, ami discon raged' by low pi-ices on his products, with chinch bugs, IIussian thistle, wild mfs and other plagues marching to him, with an overdue debt hanging over his head and no money wherewith to pay it. Of course it is an important and vital question wilh him how IIH can change his methods and con dition and it is our purpose with this article to help devise some way or plan whereby this can be accomplished. at a sudden change or breaking off of old ways and methods and adapting of new won't do is apparent, as we lack both menus and experi ence. We must try to grow into it gradually, making our living, paying our expenses and interest on debt as we a We will now take befo...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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