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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

iN» *&, ft «¥. MB?* SCANDINAVIAN NEWS ^Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. «*J& HAPPENINGS IN THE 1 if MI 4 FATHERLAND. Principal Events that Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Past. SWEDEN. Th after affects of the labor conflict at the Furnland woolen mills in Mal last summer call for a little more attention than would otherwise have "been allotted to such insignificant dis turbances. Mr. Schmitz, the manager of the woolen mills, who by the way is a German, doled upon himself the he fought against organized labor dur in that strike. Bu by means of pa tient, systematic work, and a liberal expenditure of money, the labor unions succeeded in bringing him to terms, and he agreed to take back the dis charged workingmen as soon as he could employ them profitably. Early this spring he took steps to have a residence erected, and the work as let out to a contractor named Ohlsson. Whe work had fairly commenced, however, the men employ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

rf I O I A N DR- C. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and internal diseases a spe cialty, OalU answered promptly day or BlfbV When calling-by telegraph or tele- ihone, rive fall name, town and section, (or la Yillafa, girt street) and always say what aleknem yoa think it is, Then you get prompt and efficient serrice, Oflee la Tribune Baildlng. Residence on Seeoad Street. Telephone No. 33. «x-*~' MINNESOTA. pifeUP, M. D. C, VETERINARY SURGEON, .OMeea Freese & Freese's livery stable Galls alfrht or day promptly attended to. WlliMAR, MINNESOTA. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST WILLMAR. MINN. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, •fle la Aekermao A HoltiBuilding. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Saaiael Olson. Charles Johnson. OLSON & JOHNSON, W0RMEY8 L*W. Office In I. 0 Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN. I S E A N E O S A O W HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— O. R. THOMPSON, PROPRIETOR. Good Accomodations WILLMAB, MINN. I. C. OLSON, Funeral Director and Undertaker, Flamy* Attention to Galls. Bnbalmer W...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

to A to to to to 30 PAGES. EXPLAINS HER POSITION. Editor Willmar Tribune: The instructions given by the legal voters at the meeting April 24th will, if carried out, give us a loosely grad ed school, a high school arranged so that modern requirement's can with dif ficulty be carried out, expensive appa ratus liable to constant injury from the location of laboratory, classrooms so small that only at great inconve nience can recitations be carried on in them and in general a system contain ing serious defects and excessively expensive in proportion to pupils ed ucated by the same. It is a positive detriment to the pro gress of the pupils to inaugurate a plan of two years work in each room till high school is reached, and that is the logical outcome of the action taken by the district school meeting of April 24th. For the $15,000 bonds authorized the district could put in a systemof schools nearly perfect in arrangement and very much cheaper to operate. If each ward MUST have a building...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

H'B h! hi I The Monetary Problem. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Foresaw the Danger to the Country of Vast Combinations of Wealth. "Yes, we may congratulate ourselves that this cruel war is nearing its close. It has cost a vast amount of treasure and blood. The best blood of the flower of the American youth has been freely offered upon our country's altar that the nation might live. It has indeed been a trying hour for the republic, but I see in the near future a crisis ap proaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country. As a result of the war cor porations have been enthroned, and an era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money power of the •country will endeavor to prolong its ieign by working upon the prejudices of the people until all wealth is ag gregated in a few hands and the re public is destroyed. I feel at this mo ment more anxiety for the safety of the country than ever before, e\en in the midst of war. God grant that my suspicion maj* pr...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

I1 E PAY. OP PBEACHERS. Not Many Receive Over Ten Thou sand Dollars Per Year. Or. Hlrsch, the Famous Chicago Rabbi, in the First Rank, with a Salary of $15,000 and a Fif teen-Year Contract. In offering Dr. Emil G. Hirsch $15,000 a year for 15 years to remain as its pas tor, Sinai congregation, of Chicago, will pay him as large a salary as is re ceived by any clergyman in the United States. It is the same as is paid Bishop Potter, of New York, who, however, has a rectory furnished, heated and light ed free of cost, and is provided with a private secretary. The late Rev. Dr. Hall, of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian church, of New York, during the last years of his life received the largest salary ever paid to a clergyman in the United States, which was $20,000 a year, with a manse. Mr. Beecher re ceived $20,000, without the manse. Dr. Hall's proper salary was $15,000, and $5,000 additional was contributed by Robert Bonner and two other wealthy members of the congregation. His suc cessor...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

:y Ivanhoe Bicycles 1 ^"fl* -yjffl*~s%?v *^^o «*-. Yvs?*:v*'"f 'Y^^Ef'«»•', are good reliable wheels made up of seamless tubing, forged fittings and tool steel bearings. The equal of most $35 wheels now sold, and the price is kpj£%y» A liberal discount for cash or easy payments if you 4 wish. J, H. WIGGINS GO. Bicycles Kodaks Supplies I We Are in It! O N Bieyele Repairs WE STOP IT NOTHING We repair anything that may happen to your wheel. We will also carry a full line of Sundries and Re pairs. We make a spe cialty of BRAZING AND ENAMELING Our prices are right and work is guaranteed. Shop opposite the mill. G. GHRISTENSON, fk% W W 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. *%%%%*%*f%'*%*'%%'%^ HAWTHORN $ 2 2 5 0 NET. Name—Hawthorne. Crcnto S SPECIFIC...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

v, S-l Wtii. Boys' $5 Knee-Pant Suits for $3.50. Boys' $12 Long-Pant Suits for $8.50. Willmar and New London Mills RepublicMhandeddowntoiuTbyo«Fattie^ t^S&TSE^^ 3 ne*mptni£ order. rJvH CITY FEED STORE -Agency for Livery, Board and Sale Stable. One block south of Post Office. Telephone No. 49. GEO. D. RECOR, Prop., Willmar, Minn. Bryan's New Book REPUBLIC O EMPIRE? TH E PHILIPPINE QUESTIO S 1 I O S blfntofiS! S S S agains many woul impoJTupon 2 °r?*r Rodlun Shoe and Clothing Co. W W (g) W WN~VW RELIABLE CLOTHING. FLOUR AND FEED We sell Vegetables and Fruit in season. Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Tobacco, etc. 8 it Post Office. Phone No. 81. ANTON SUNDBERG, Prop'r, WILLMAR, MINN. Wigdahl & Nelson, -Dealers in- WOOD AND COAL. All kinds of Hard and Soft Wood. Office and Yard near Mill. WILLMAR, MINN. THE NEW LIVERY. Everything First-class. N BY HON. WILLIAM J. BRYAN With Supplementary Chapters from Hon. Andrew Carnegie, Senators Hoar, Vest, Allen, White, Gor ™«"J» Bacon, Mason, D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

THE QUILL-WORKER. Plains, plains and the prairie land which the sunlight floods and fills, the north the open country, southward the Cypress hills, Never a bit of woodland, never a rill that flows, Only a stretch of cactus beds, and the wild, sweet prairie rose Never a habitation, save where in the far southwest A solitary tepee lifts its solitary crest, Where Neyka in the doorway, crouched in the red sunshine, Braiders her buckskin mantle with the quills of the porcupine. Neykla, the Sioux chief's daughter, she with the foot that flies, he with the hair of midnight and the wondrous midnight eyes, -She with the deft brown fingers, she with the soft, slow smile, Bhe with the voice of velvet and the thoughts that dream the while— •"Whence come the vague to-morrows? Where do the yesters fly? What is beyond the border of the prairie and the sky? Does the maid in the Land of Morning sit in the red sunshine, Broidering her buckskin mantle with .the quills of the porcupine?" •So Neykia, in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

I. ROOTS FOR THE DAIRY. W Farmer Should Plan to Plan an Acre or to the Suc culen Mangel. Wherever a few cows are kept for milk or butter it would be well to con sider the advisability of growing a few roots. A ton of roots does not have as large a food value as most feeds we might mention, but it furnishes a suc culence which cannot be obtained in winter from any other food except si lage. Silage requires equipment in the way of silo and cutting machinery which is not available to the man with a small herd. Roots may be grown on any good loam soil, and will yield a profitable return in feed for labor ex pended. At the Indiana station mangels were grown at a labor cost of $1.07 a ton. This included plowing, fitting, plant ing, weeding, cultivation and harvest ing. The variety which made the larg est yield and was easiest to remove from the ground and handle to and from the wagon was the Giant Yellow Inter mediate. It grows well out of the ground. The neck of the largest man gels of t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 May 1899

v^V "ARLINGTON" and "OXFORD" ..BICYCLES. MIXED PAINT WINDOW GLASS. FARM MACHINERY SELF BINDERS, MOWERS, PLOWS AND GARDEN TOOLS. If ordered early, I take orders for all kinds of knives, section guards, plates and all other ex tras. A N E Carriages. Buggies, Wagons. PUMPS! POMPS! IRON PUMPS. WOO PUMPS. Pump Repairs .# Tools. SUPPLIES.^ COAL, IRON, TOOLS and BUGGY REPAIRS. Blacksmitliing and Repairing Promptly Done.** £& All Work Guaranteed. 8\f!AM«)MAA»AA YOU GAHi THE NEW FEED STORE. LOCATED IN ERICK80N & MAGNUSON BLOCK. We have just commenced doing business and solicit a share o! your patronage. a bring in your its, corn, barley, potatoes, and any thing used in our line. We buy, trade or sell. USEIT Up-to date in every detail. Your truly, ERICKSON & SWENSON. LIVERY, FEES AND SALE STABLE NELS P. KELSON, PROP., New Location on Benson Ave., One-Half Block East of Postoffice. The best rigs furnished. Careful drivers Prices reasonable Good stabling. A Fine Hearse. attention to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

t- 'ft *r« .* 12 PAGES. Kb BEWARE OE THEM. A Gang of Stove Peddlers is Said to be Working in Kan diyohi Co. at Present. The Rochester Post-Express ex poses the range swindlers in the fol lowing manner: Steps have been taken throughout the state to warn farmers and ot-hers against the methods of the steel range peddlers, and circulars have been wide ly distributed with a view to giving a plain statement of the facts as they are. If, after once reading this circu lar carefully, a farmer allows himself to be inveigled into trying one of these $69 ranges, on the strength of smooth promises made by the peddler, he has only himself to blame when the time comes to pay up. He has no help from any source. Good Honest Values Dress Goods and Silks. We are showing a splendid and most tastefully selected stock of the latest novelties in Dress Goods and Silks at prices that will please all. The White Goods Comes early this year, if the past few days are to be the guide to summer. Pine Sheer India...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

&•*>'• JFTAV &» ft Pi i* Ml Mi ::4 Wmnr §£ritinm. TRIBUNE PIMNTING CO., Publishers. WILLMAR~ I 7 MINN THE statue of Isabelle, former queen of Spain, which has stood for years in the Central park of Havana, Cuba, has been taken down by order of Military Governor Ludlow. MRS. LOUBET greatly resembles her friend, Mrs. Carnot, in her charitable tenderness. She disposes of large sums among the poor and isa regular visitor at the hospitals. THERE is a conflict in the testimony as to the climate at Manila. Some rep resent it as very deadly, while Consul Williams says the thermometer has not been above 95 degrees or below 57 in a year, and that the death rate is small. THE only armless and legless mil lionaire on earth is Henry Wendhoff, of Mauch Chunk, Pa. He was dismem bered in a railway accident 20 years ago. Mr. Wendhoff has four ar tificial limbs which cost him $25,000, and with these he manages to get along very well. IN Chinese good society widows do not remarry and widowh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

If*. U' 1 a*'- Ac* •J 'S4t. SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. HAPPENIRG S IS TH E FATHERLAND Principal Events that Have Occurred to the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or 80 Just Past. SWEDEN. Four professors and a number of students at Upsala have signed a call for subscriptions for the benefit of the needy laborers in Nordland, and the students' society, Verdandi, has con tributed 827. A powerful syndicate is about to es tablish an automatic restaurant in Gothenburg. The Malmo Theatre Company made a little over six per cent on the capital invested for the year 1898. Landskrona has the most active lit erary society in Sweden, 25 public lec tures were given under the auspices of the society in 1898. The average at tendance was 599, and 75 per cent con sisted of workingmen. The largest at tendance recorded was 1,850. Contributions to the aid of the dis charged laborers in Nordland have been made by the students of Lund. Some of the professors ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

tt S I I A N S DR. C. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obttotrios and internal diseases a spe da OalU promptly clay or night. Wk.n sailing by telegraph or telo- rfilntr.Tillagefalanswered tbone, gire name, town and section, (or (Tire street) and always say what sickness you think it ia, Then you get prompt and efficient service, Office In Tribune Building. Residence on Second Street. Telephone No. 33. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. A. ILSTRUP, M. D. C, YBTERINARY SURGEON, OSoe at Freese & Freese's livery stable Calls sight or day promptly attended to WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR. MINN. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Offlse in Aekerman & Holt'Bulkting WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OL80N & JOHNSON, *770RME¥S AT LAW. Office in I. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN I S E A N E O S MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— O. THOMPSON, PROPRIETOR. Good Accomodations WILLMAK, MINN. I. C. OLSON, Funeral Director and Undertaker, frBfttpt Attention to Cal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

I ir J- ji, it Willmar and New London Mills A-* A THE NATION jp Tf. „,J*i CITY FEED STORE -Agency for- Wigdahl & Nelson, -Dealers in- WOOD AND COAL. All kinds of Hard and Soft Wood. Office and Yard near Mill. WILLMAR, MINN. THE NEW LIVERY Everything First-class. Livery, Board and Sale Stable. One block south of Post Office. Telephone No. 49. GEO. D. RECOR, Prop., Willmar, Minn. Bryan's New Book REPUBLIC O EMPIRE? THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION fl^gr /AJf BY CE!STlBT a 8 8 Offl«arPBb°haheSUght at S ii 0 8 Tho first Edition, 100,000 copies. A large octavo book, beautiful new type. E I WOh Rodlun Shoe and Clothing Co. ip mi RELIABLE CLOTHING. HON. WILLIAM J. BRYAN JlimMiP -«v-tt»«« V/ith Supplementary vSr^ge Chapters om lloa Andrew Carnegie, Senators /TO^WSB^»BBSiraW«^ Hoar» Ve8t' Allen« White, dor ^SS^^^WM 9* man, Bacon, Mason, Daniel, ^Wr^" •l^\\v\ HON W BRYAN Chilton, Butler, McLaunn, Till •p. t, ,. Money, lurner, Jeller, HON ANDBBW CABNEGIE IMPERIALISM AND ABSOLUTISM DEHOUHMil. TH E G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

If1 ti u" Pi* win FROM A FAR COUNTRY. What shall I say if he, some day returning, Shall seek thee, knowing not? Tell him I waited—till pale death remem bered The life that love forgot. If he should ask to know thy place of dwell ing, What shall my answer be? Give him the ring of gold from off my finger, Give it him—silently! But If, as with a stranger, he still questions, Say what then shall I do? Speak to him very gently, as a sister, Perchance he suffers, too! And if he ask why silent and deserted The halls so blight before? Answer no word, but show the lamp ex tinguished. The widely opened door. And lest, perchance, he ask of that last hour— What message must I keep? 13mile in his face, and say I parted smiling! Yes, smile—lest he should weep! —Austin South, in Sydney Bulletin. [Copyright. 1895, by D. Appleton & Co. All rights reserved.] CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. "Quick, Jacopo—follow me," and driving ray spurs home, the good horse plunged for wards, topping the bank almost on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

—o^s?n^3 DEADLIEST OF WEEDS. Broom Sedge, a Native of the South, Unt Uegan to Infest the North and West. There is a weed far more deadly than and discussed, that is the bioom sedge, Andropogon scopanua, the "grass" of the worn soils of the south. All southern farmers know this per nicious weed, that creeps into their pastures and meadows, rootingout tim othy, rooting out blue-grass, rooting out all useful vegetation, covering the abandoned fields with a reddish blown and waving in the wind like the grass of a western prairie. They know, too, that animals will star\e to death when broom-sedge grows up to their eyes. It seems to ha\e some nutritious qual ities when green and fresh, and in the arid west it is a common grass on some ranges and is there esteemed, though unworthy even there of the esteem in which it is held, 1 have no doubt. Of late this weed is creeping north ward. It has invaded West Virginia. It has crossed the Ohio river and is seen in Ohio and Pennsylvania and doubtl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

Ivanhoe Bicycles $25. A liberal discount for cash or easy payments if you wish. WE STOP AT W repair anything that uiay happen to your wheel. We will also carry a full line of Sundries and lie pairs. W m.\ke a spe cialty of BRAZING AND ENAMELING Our prices are right and work is guaranteed. Shop opposite the mill. G. OHRISTENSON. MONEY TO LOAN. I have a limited amount of Ea^te? 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 borrowers to call on me at once. V. £. SEGERSTROIM, W I A I N N CHRIST BERKELAND TUBULAR WELL-DAGGER AND REPAIRER. Also handles Monitor Windmills, reservoir and stock tank, tank heaters and all kinds of pipe fit tings. Work guaranteed and prices reasonable. WILLMAR, MINN. NOTICE! I are good reliable wheels made up of seamless tubing, forged fittings and tool steel bearings. The equal of most $35 wheels now sold, and the price is J. H. WIGGINS CO. Bicycles Kodaks Supplies ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

"A II ._:,.• 12 PAGES. Vol. 5. Spectacles have value only when fitted by a man understanding the eye and its defects. Properly fitted glasses relieve headache, eye strain, soreness, tired feeling and styes, and enable you to see per fectly without tiring. We test eyes Free of Charge and Guarantee Satisfaction. Wennerlund's, JEWELER and OPTICIAN. LOCAL BREVITIES. H. J. Ramsett is at the cities. Window glass, all sizes, at Carlson Bros. & Frost's. Order your binding twine from Ohs berg, Selvig & Co. 13tf Mi9s Jeanette Tait spent Sunday at her home in Harrison. Don't overlook Moe, Ledell & Co.'s bargains. See their ad. Mrs. W. DeLaHunt is visiting rela tives at Ellendale, N. D. Hon. Nels Quatn was down from New London last Friday. Miss Zilpha Williams visited friends in Litchfield over Sunday. August Peterson, of Granite Falls, was in Willmar Saturday. Moe, Ledell & Co. 's wonderful bar gain sale closes May 15. Look it up. Wanted—A good girl for general housework. Inqui...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

TRIBUNE PKINTINO CO., Publishers. WIULMART "7 MINN HIRAM BAKER'S MORALIZING. Sometimes, when I read of the men Who're on the tip-top notch of fame, While every tongue and every pen Is paying tributes to their name, And when I think how close and small My life and lot is on this earth, I have been fool enough to fall Into the blues and hate it all, And envy luckier men their berth. fSromotimes when some chap wins the prize, And' writes his name amongst the best, I thirk, s'pose I'd his chance to rise. His edication and the rest, I wonder if I couldn't climb The ladder jest as quick as he And then it almost seems a crime That he should feast, while, all the time, There's but the hard, dry crusts for me. But, then, again, I think, suppose That all our brains was same as his, Who'd plow the furrers, plant the rows, And do the common stints there is? Tf everyone could greatness share This, world would stop, I guess we'd find. We can't all fancy-work prepare, The few have pleasant tasks a...

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