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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

*1 HOCK. WATERING THE HOGS. A Homemade Antomattlo Tronch That la Superior to Many Expen sive Devices. Patented devices for watering hogs nearly all have the fault that the hog may hold the tap spring down and al low water to run out. A homemade automatic trough, as good as any I have seen on the markets, has given good satisfaction at my piggery. Place a barrel about three-iourths of its length in the ground, with the pipe (a) from the supply tank entering at one side with a stopcock or valve (b) on the end of pipe. Attach a small iron rod (c) in such a manner that when the outer end of the rod is raised it will /^'/^?7777777777'- AUTOMATIC WATERING TRQUGH. stop the flow of water, and when it is lowered the water begins to fill the a a a a a a square, ana attach a wire (g) from end of rod to the center of the board so that tne board will be on top of the water, and the rod will be drawn up when the water is at desired height, thus stopping the flow. Place another barrel at some con ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

VT IP I I KW 4i*« •'•ft^^jt.-BuS"^ A— KLONDIKE RESTAURANT. E N O S Proprietors Located on Litchfield Avenue east of Spicer & SUusberry's Warehouse. Warm Mealsand Lunches Serv ed at all hours Give us a call Jelsett & Swenson, ROOF PAINTING. W a the in painting outfit. W a a our paint to 10 years. WILLMAR, Ta can last MINN. MONEY TO LOAN. I have a limited amount of Eastern money that I am desirous of loaning out at once on real estate security. THE RATE OF INTEREST FOR THS MONEY IS VERY LOW. It will pay intending call on me at once. borrowers to V. E. SECERSTROM, WILLMAK, I N N WILLMAR STEAM LAUNDRY JOHNSON BROS., Proprietors. Office and Laundry in New Brick Block on Litchfield Ave opposite Electric Light Power House. EXCELLENT FACILITIES. EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY. Goods called for and delivered. Work Guaranteed. TELEPHONE NO. 6 KNIGHT Moves and Raises Buildings of All Kinds by Contract or Day. —Also puts in— Tubular Wells and Erects Windmills. WTLLMAR. M...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

£3.$--?i-:' I -. fr^trf*. yL~ J* Th Fourth Street J* JEWELER would like to call your attention to what he says on second page. Look at the prices and then come in and examine the goods and see if they are not bargains. ITU Dress is never complete with out clean laundry. You can geU*£ & FIRST-CLASS WORK at MRS. O. SELBN'S. sis 2tjs% Smoke E "Elsa" Cigar. ManuracturcdLby ERNEST PERSON, WILLMAR, MINN. Take your Lady '.'K'sj^i'S,^'"™"ilSSP5?w 9-fc'^l^j( What? Those elegant PLATINO PICTURES. ,-- AT BAKLUND'S, certainly, Out for a drive in one of our fine turn-outs J* during Christmas. We furnish fo Rigs very Reasonable. -pfi^ESUE & 1*»b.S01M ,'fe9^K"^ Th Willma Restaurant AN B^KEPY- Have you tried our coffee? We use nothing but the best in its' preparation. Where do you get your breads and pastries? We bake every day hence, we always have a full and fresh line of those goods on hand. Try us. '-•••'-:^i:-":'!-'" Wli you em it ROISE#QVALES you lake no risk when buying MOSSBERG'S CO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

iipiWt'J'Jiili niiiiH-iJ TH 55 The Winter of the calendar is the spring time of the Heart—Beauty and Cheer— Our store is full of it— The nearer to the Yuletide Chimes we climb, greater grows the preparations See our display with the celebrated Clothing we haiulte See the Furnishings. THE BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE. FOR XMAS WEEK We will sell all our ULSTER SUITS and OVER COATS at 25 per cent below our regular low price* Boys' Clothing at less than cost I Stock too large-must be reduced, and reduced now. We will give you choice of several styles of suits, from 3 to 5 yrs. worth $2.00, $2.50 and $2.75, take your choice for $1.75. Those contemplating buying boys" clothing for Xmas can buy now cheaper than we can duplicate the garments for. v& 1fi& 1&* II Gummi The Only Exclttsioe Clothing and Furnishing House in thej City. front l&y, WLTviAfc. jfs tS. V6h*m?\ A*'- THE BIG STORE. In the Fight for Your Trade We Stand Unique and Alone, $- No prudent man or woman can afford to i...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

I? rim Vj.o &tyPiriPa?* ™wjFt&wp f?^,, County News Svea. Dec. 19th. Misses Hulda and Ellen Lundberg came home from Willmar last Wed nesday to spend Xmas. Svea choir and male quartette are busy preparing themselves for the festivities to be held during Xmas. Ole Root has teen boring a well on the property belonging to Hans and Peter Anderson. The- children's festival will most likely be held Tuesday eve Dec. 27th. We hope for nice weather and a crowd ed house at that time. Our blacksmith is and has been very busy for a month or more. He works all the time, all day and part of night sometimes. He does first rate work too. It seems as though it will be wheel ing instead of sleighing for Xmas. It seems as if part of the Xmas festivity is dampened when no sleighing can be had at that time. Santa Claus is now busy way up by the North Pole to pack his sleigh and harness his reindeer, getting ready to come down through our chimneys to surprise us. Clean the chimneys! The Svea congre...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

-9 ^^T^r^r^^rjw^'S. LIVERY. cHave just bought Frese's LivQry and have added several new turn-outs, mak ing a ciPQ-r.r.i ACQ BARN. Will be pleased to attend to the wants of,'old as well as new customers. Please call. GEO. D. RECOR. Bargains! Bargains! My stock of Trimmed Hats will be clo-etl out \l baigains Call in and see fur joui&elf. •R|S|N# 6JtRUf«, Milliner. OUR SHELVES ^^,mP]¥ are loaded down with the Choicest Kind of Groceries TO ALL THE PEOPLE OF KANDIYOHI COUNTY Message from Santa Claus. My Dear Friends.—I have a on my .uma il mission and again estab lished my headquarters with my good inends, UODLUN & JOHNSON 1 hope to meet you all before Christmas Will hold a uuptio vei day and evening I camo from the ice-country and leport, to on ,in unusually severe W, winter, therefore my gifts will consist ol wearing apparel, such as mf Clothing, Reefers, Overcoats, Shoes, Leggings, Mufflers, Caps, *L Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Gloves, Mitts, Neckties, Stockings, and a great many ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

4\ srp* f1 A- c~- 3 «T 7 a? ilinil W4$«0 *r? Passes, as they swiftly move Arms so full of precious bundles! Hearts so full of happy love! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Gayly peal the festive hells: Swiftly back the echo flashing. All the earth with music swells! Little 9now birds, hopping blithely, Chirp in ecstasy of joy, Chattering with whirling snowflakes Dancing from the frosty sky. Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Shout the evergreen and pine! And, replying, sing their comrades Now bedecked in splendor fine. With the toys all ranged about them, Gay with lights, they honored'are As a depot for dear Santa And his heavy-laden car. Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas-! Turkeys limply hang on high. Full of goodness, plump and ripened To be eaten by and by! All the grocers' shops are groaning, All the ovens full of pies And the dear time-honored pudding Soon our hunger satisfies! Oh, this dear old Merry Christmas! Was there ever such a time! Gladdest poets oft despairing Fail to gi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

wfy fa a a a a a 6V & Christfnas Eve in Dixie. ANTA CLAUS, dear friend of cbild hood and comforter of old age, well as be has been known for a long time in the north, still is a comparative stranger in the south. Nevertheless, his spirit dwells in Dixie land, and the poor of that re gion have ample cause for remembering with gratitude every 25th of December. The ar tist who designed the headpiece for our Christmas page presents a typical southern scene. Uncle Zeb, with the peculiar energy of his race, has not waited for Santa Claus to call on him, but early on Christmas eve has started out with a basket to collect of ferings from "ole missus" and other white friends. The plethoric condition of the bas ket and his happy black face bear testi mony that his quest has been a successful one and that he can At Christmas play, and make good cheer, For Christmas comes but once a year. YOUnaroeffirs50?,speaker,dnot?" waiting yet Norah?" "Waiting Why The a handsome ma looke askance at the...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

©*sr*t*." & sS*. Ir il PRESENT TO YOURSELF. Mfc»fmir««ft.t *18**HTlBmff-{trTO|^ O Ereae a. dbii» Give your boy aated andsfcatesw Tttey deserve tkentaff^ PUie your gifts oa every shelf. 7U£ up every tray. But— Make a present to yourself: S a oa Christmas day Man of great or little pelf. Make a present to yourself. 6Lv» yourself a. Better heart Cte an ampler plan, Fall of blessedness and. hope. Pull of love to man. Give to Bob and. Sue their part, Glva to Dick and Slay, But— •Give yourself a better heart Slow oa Christmas day: Man of great ar Utile pelf. Make this present to yourself: Give yourself a better soul. Tuned to higher strains Than the discords of the mart And inglorious gains. Give to each a generous Sole, Bess and Tom and Ray. But— Give yourself a better soul. Now on Christmas day: "Man of great or lit lie pelf. Make this present to yourself. Give yourseif a better life, Fed from deeper springs, IPed from the eternal fount. Saul and source of things. Give to friend and...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

I im WILLMAR TRIBUNE. I N E PRINTIN CO. WILLMAR I I MINN Vol. 4. Dec. 21, 1898. No. 45. VHYMN. HROUGH he solemn mid night, ring ing, Falls the sweet. »A umphant «f singing Of the choir of God. Hear the mes sage are bringing, Hear an swering song UDSprlnging Prom the echoing sod. Blessed voice of God's own angels, Echoing word of His evangels, Hark! they fall again. Balms for wounds and peace for an guish, Rest for souls that toil and languish, Peace, good will to men. From the sad earth's stricken places Lift the tear-worn, furrowed faces Christ the Lord is born. Born to bear our cross and sadness Born to change our gloom to gladness Bring our night to morn. His the giving and forgiving. Bitter dying, anguished living. Cross and pain and smart. His the bearing and forbearing, Ours the blessing and the sharing Of His gracious heart. Soft the music grows and tender, Loving hearts, what can render To the Christ, your King? Praising voices fail and falter, What that's worthy of His alta...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

W\"^?l^ 1 1 "V t-a IP* ROSY of Or ay a Time, On the hills of morn, Aureoled with win ter's rime, Yesternight for us was born. Down the grim, bleak -western sky His languid-footed brother crept The youngster comes with jollity— a? The tottering figure died unwept. All the past is left behind— What avails it? Mourn it not Take the year that here you find Clean, without a blemished spot. Its fair rosary of days Linked must be with hopes and fears We can soil it, or with grace Meet its joys and mist of tears. Some sad pilgrims on its way Shall fall before the journey's end But courage is the word to-day, Whatever time or fate intend. Hope, the siren, whispers now Her sorcerous tale to every ear So here's a chaplet for the brow Of Time's fresh heir, the bright New Year. —Joel Benton, in Christian Work. /-T7 NEWliEA dressmaker, was about the only lux ury the busy housewife allowed her self. It was like a breath of summer to be with some one who could speak of her happy girlhood days. "I w...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

1 Ai*TS FOR THE NEW YEAR. If all love's gifts of grace or power Lay spread before my choice this hour. What should I claim as life's best dower? Dear God, bow should I know? Unfailing love« from sun to sun? Unfailing wealth, in honor won? Unfailing health—all gifts in one? Nay all of these may go. Jj*or love, that comes our lives to blesflt Must evermore be counted less In grace, and might and tenderness. Than gifts that from us /low. And health the tender soul nu.y drain Of power to share the sufferers' pain And strength is weakness, power is vain. That soothes no human woe. And wealth of treasure, land or gold. Is only sweet to have and hold "To those whose mercies manifold In ceaseless gifts o'erflow. "So, from the dazzling, tempting three How can I choose' Choose Thou for me, Give or withhold, but let me be Content God's will to know. Give love until I love outpour Give pain, that those whose hearts are sore May feel for them I suffer more Than for my own small woe. Give wealth,...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

CH **J B*E [f •V 1 1 'r,ii •I HP* iJ'h steV.,'' r% WO NEW YEARS. A Story of War and Love. 'INCE I saw you last, Sam, an other strange thing has hap pened." "What, old man? Had an- other romance? Which planet is it, John, that causes romance in the life of a person? You must have been born under that. Your life has been chock-full of that sort of thing, to my certain knowledge." They were two gray-haired old chums, talking together. One of them not so very gray, for the reason that he was quite bald. John was the bald one, and the fact gave 6am inspiration for frequent jokes on John, from which he derived a perennial supply of fun. Sam's chiefest joke was to ».end, surreptitiously, to his rather sedate com rade and lifelong friend now and then a bottle of hair dressing, or a large comb, or recipes for removing superfluous hair, or any ether thing by which he could ring the changes on this pieeo of annoyance. Sam would work all sorts of schemes to have the packages containing these ar...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1898

|0W the children's hearts languish, Grazing: down the empty years: Who could picture all guish. Who could count bitter tears? What a dreary, hopeless sighing:, From the ocean to the main, If the mandate were sent flying: "Christmas Jiever'll come again. Can you picture the commotion. All the exclamations wild, Echoing from sea to ocean From the lips of every child1? Grief and indignation swelling In the wee hearts torn In twain. By the sad thought upward welling: "Christmas never'll come again.* Stockings limp and empty hanging. Chimneys clean, and moss-grown roofs, Wait in vain the cheery clanging Of the tiny reindeer hoofs, While a crowd of pleasures vanished In the old Saint's merry train, Hopes andjoys of childhood banished— "Christmas never'll come again." Ah, for wreaths of withered holly Shivering in the wintry breeze Mistletoe, sweet tender folly, Hanging black upon the trees. Well may children's tears be falling Like the sobbing autumn rain, Spirits of the past are calling—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1898

'1*^14? W ft* to* J0 JA M-' *HE&E AND HERE. fi' As Observed by a Tribune Re porter. Harry Thomas is home from an extended sojourn on the Pacific coast. Miss Alice Roberts is home from the cities over the holidays. Aaron Stansberry has sold his 5th fetreet property to Andrew Norling. Master James Lawrence is visiting £$ with his grandparents at Clearwater. Mrs. J. JL Branton visited in the cities last week. Mrs. O. P. Rice visited with rela iv in New London last week. Look Alive to Your Opportunities! Great Sales in Men's Suits and Overcoats. Miss Izzora Maynard, of Long rairie, is visiting Willmar friends. E. K. Weouerlund has been spend ing the past week here with his folks. Mrs. Chas. Oram visited in St. Paul last week. Miss Jean Parke is up from Wilder visiting Willmar friends. Miss Jessie Spicer is home from the during the holidays. Miss Tillie Kent is visiting friends and relatives in Minneapolis. k#r Mrs. Dan McDonald has been visit in Minneapolis the past week. Miss Kathe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1898

'^*. 5//mar fflribttne. TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., Publishers. WILLMAR. MINN THK department of agriculture re ports that the increased value of the corn and oat crops on American farms this year will aggregate $83,000,000. This will make up for the decreased value of the wheat crop and will start the farmer off in better condition in the race of life in 1899 than he did in 1898. HE Austrian minister of agriculture has sanctioned an appropriation for establishing, at a cost of 8,000 florins each, S3 stations at which the army is to supply guns and ammunition for driving away hail clouds. It is con sidered proved that the concussion and the clouds of smoke rising into the air affect the atmospheric state of humid ity. IN the treasure room of the Mahara jal of Barnda is said to repose a carpet which cost close upon $1,000,000. It is only 10 feet by six feet in size, but is woven from strings of pure pearls, with center and corner circles of diamonds. It required three years to manufacture t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1898

W PHQttflf Us *-'*£& »*#CCP33 is L*^!? standing here la life'* calm aftermath, my brothers. As the at$\ begins to slant Its beams alow, I look back Upon the path that I have trav eled. Prom the vista of the far-off long ago! And the burden of my story seems to tell me A half-forgotten tale I've heard before. There Is nothing worth a tear in Jife. my brothers. Or a broken heart—don't sorrow any more. Children think that, when their little toys are broken, They will never have the heart to play with new. We are older children now—jwnth deeper sorrows, And our grown-up toys and hopes are broken, too. But there's nothing worth a cry In life, my brothers, Let us laugh and buy new playthings^ as of yore. There is nothing in this world that's worth a heartache. Live it down—forget—don't sorrow any more. What matter, brother, If your heart be aching, And your head and soul are weary—do not moan. Keep a smiling face, although your heart be breaking, Every one in this hard world must stan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1898

s* S I I A N DR. C. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and Internal diseases a spe cialty Calls answered promptly day or night. When calling1 by telegraph or tele- Ffi itaone. give full name, town and secilon. (or village, give street) and always say what sickness you think it is. Then you get prompt and efficient service. Office in Tribune Building. Residence on Second Street. Telephone No. &). W I A I N N E S O A F». A. ILSTRUP, M. D. VETERINARY SURGEON. Office at Preese & Preese's livery stnole (Jails night or day promptly attended to W I A I N N E S O A A. F. MANTOR, ENTIS W I A MINN. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Ackerman & Holt Building WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Sam lit. 1 Olson Charles John on OLSON & JOHNSON, •ATTORNEYS -M LflW. Office in I Ols Block, WILLMAR MINN I S E A N E O S MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— O. R. O S O N O I E O Good Accomodations WILLMAB, MINN I. C. OLSON, Funeral Director and Undertaker, Promot Attention to Cal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1898

iw ?V* If, tx 4 H-. 197. •Si .V-3 4 te SECURITY BANK OF ATWATER. IP. A. ANDERSON, ANDREW LARSON President Vice President. HENRY STENE, Cashier. Organized Under the State Laws. PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00. UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000 00. TRANSACTS A GENERAL'BANKING BUSINESS .FARM LOANSJA SPECIALTY.... COLLECTIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION VUIK INSURANCE STEAMSHIP TICKETS. I'OUEIUN DRAFTS. A HV ATE 11. MINNESOTA. STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PBL'EK BROBERG Prasident. .IORGENSON Vice President JO& O. ESTREM Cashier cvamzel l'nil9rt!ie oi it i-,»\vs CAPITAL, $§5,000.00. A v,KNERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED lluuev to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter est Collections leceive Can fill Attention TIKCKL'S TO AND FROM EUilOi'L DOMUbTKJ AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. XkW LONDON, MINNESOTA. THE KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK. AMI LARSON, i'rosident O. THORPE Ca-l".t« Ort?ini/ed nudoi the State Laws PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 4*12u.000 00 V.IA^&AUTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MONEY LOANED OX REAK ESTATE C!lect...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1898

3? 4 O N 5 NGEL of the parting year, Winging back to a r**Wr* flight' 3/\r\ (^\ts~* Sad the burden thou must bear From the darkness into light, Burden of my wasted days. Fragments of my broken hours, Budding promises that grew Never into fruit or flowers Happiness I might have won, Worthy deeds I might have wrought Wrongs I hate, but did not shun. Good I cra\e, but never sought All my proud and lofty aims. Withered now to vain regret Feeble, foolish as the will To no noble purpose set Take them all, my griefs my joys, Lav them at the Father's feet. He will search if yet there be Mid the chaff some grains of wheat, He will fan my faint resolves To a purer flame and clear, Bear to Heaven my heart's desire, Angel of the parting jear And angel of the coming year, Though thy face is vailed, I see By the glory round thee shed. Thou hast some good gift for me Is it gold, power, or fame? Perfect peace from toil or care? Or '-ome sweeter, greater bliss I had nevei hoped to share' Nay, I know...

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