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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

n-#*. ask* s4v V\ 3 to I *^T ^X "HONEST MONEY." \Vlio.t Has Goldite to Say Re«ard lnar the Recent Action* of Japan and Russia? The "objection" to free coinage in this country has been, and is, that it is "dishonest." The "market price" of silver is less than 60 cents an ounce, and the coinage rate at sixteen to one is $1.29. It is claimed that the dishon esty of coining 60 cents' worth of sil ver into twice as much money is too clear to require any argument. The same connection has been made right along, whether silver was worth 60, 70, 80, 90 or 100 cents per ounce. It has al ways been dishonest, according to gold standard reasoners, to coin it at any higher rate than the market price. This, of course, excludes the coinage us© of the metal as an element in its \alue, and assumes that silver will be vorth no more with the American mint closed and the silver deprived of that demand. Laying aside this palpable ab surdity, there are a few simple ques tions we would like to propound. Fi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 May 1899

I 1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. 5th. 6th. 7th. 8th. as. 1&2 3&4 2nd 3&o %'9/$/9/&9/S®&$'&9/&f I S E I S 5 "CRAWFORD," "ARLINGTON" and "OXFORD" ..BICYCLES. 0 9 MIXED PAINT WINDOW CLASS. FARM MACHINERY SELF BINDERS, MOWERS. PLOWS AND GARDEN TOOLS. If ordered early, I take orders for all kinds of knives, section guards, plates ani all other ex tras- I A N E Carriages, Buggies, Wagons. PUMPS! POMPS! IRON PUMPS. WOOD PUMPS. Pump Repairs Tools. BLfl6R8/WT|H 8 tf PPM E8.s^ COAL, IRON, TOOLS and BUGGY REPAIRS. Blacksmithing and Repairing Promptly Done.t^ All Work Guaranteed. TEACHERS. Emma Malloy Gertrude Gould Zilpha B. Williams Alice Hennings Louise H. Fancher Grace E. Wilcox Nellie Atkinson Alice Miller Martha Campbell Minnie Hennings (1st Ward Sch'l), Emma Haines (1st Ward School)... Lulu B. Wilcox Anastasia Haley YOU CAM USE IT Up-to date in de&i. Tgc*ttl«fgeBiMlme»». Af&.^BSa .* Willmar Public Schools MISS ESTELLE FENNO, SUPT. Teachers' Reports for Month Endi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

I ^i ft fits 12 PAGES, Closi some. Here they are: Santos, former price 15c, now- Special A. former price 20c, now Golden Rio, former price 25c, now 37 Blend, former price 30c, now Oolong, former price 70c, now Gunpowder, fine grade All other kinds in proportion. STARCR Gloss, per package 6c Corn, 4 to 6c Celluloid, 8c Elastic, 8c Cleaned Currants Apricots Peaches Apples CORNER OF BENSON AVE. AND SIXTH STREET, BACK OF PETERSON, LAR SON & WELUN'S. COFFEES! COFFEES! Counting freight and drayage, the above prices are really lower than cost, but it has to go, so you get the benefit. DRIE FRUIT. One pound package of Evaporated Apples 12c One pound package of Seedless Baisins 10c California Prunes The above goods I claim are THE BEST. You may be able to buy dried fruit at the same price some other place, but don/t think that it is the same quality, because I know it isn't. Come and see for yourself. Vol. 5. Willmar, Minnesota, May 17, 1899. lie 14 20 25 I We have not a very large suppl...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

I I N E PKINTINQ CO., Publishers. WIULMAR" I A N of the French papers keep in their employ harmless persons are registered as managers of the re spective publications. When a paper as published any article of a libelous character, in regard to which the vic tim makes legal complaint, the regis tered manager stands trial as an of fender and is subjected to fine or im prisonment, perhaps both. I N Paris the thousands of sardine and other tin boxes that are thrown away every day form the basis for an industry which has reached vast pro portions. These refuse cans are stamp ed by machinery into tin soldiers and sold so cheaply that the poorest chil dren can possess them, yet the manu facturer makes a fair profit, which he could not do if he used new material. E chief amusement of the emperor of China is the training of goats and monkeys. The former he has, by dint of much patience, taught to do tricks of every kind. One is to jump through the paper windows which are found everywhere in ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

1 1 4 l%l* ^11^%*^ SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. BAPPEMGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Events that Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Past. SWEDEN. The talk about the withdrawal of Count Douglas from the cabinet will not down N it is even bruited in the foreign press. Says a dispatch, dated Stockholm, May 5: Count Douglas, minister of foreign af fairs for Sweden and Norway, has gone ostensibly for a month's vacation on the continent, but really, it is be lieved, to get out of office with the least possible shock to his susceptibil ities. This year, more than ever before, the American bicycle is winning it a in Sweden, and it is incidentally crowd ing some of the local manufacturers to the wall. of the largest bicycle factories in Stockholm have just been forced to close their doors in conse quence of American competition. The riksdag has voted 3370,000 for a new steam ferry which is to run be twee Malmo and Co...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

t£ W vtV*8"5-* -flpf A ^|§"^T^*fr4 %»f!^z^^]^^-r^»j™$i*•%$•X-rf^f^s S I O I A N 3 DR. C. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and internal diseases a spe oialty. Calls answered promptly day or night. When galling by telegraph or tele phone, give full name, town and section, (or If in 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. 33. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. F. A. ILSTRUP, M. D. C, VETERINARY SURGEON, Office at Freese & Freese's livery st ible Calls night or day promptly attendod t). .M<p></p>WILLMAR, WILLMAR. MINN. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Ackerman & Holt'Buildinj. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSOK, «7T0RMEYS #7 M*W Office in I. 0. Olson Block, WILLMAR, MINN I S E A N E O S MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— O. R. THOMPSON, PROPRIETOR. Good Accomodations WILLMAB, MINN....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

&r &aor„adnodn H«lBUni9* & 2 S THE SENSATION OF Boys' $5 Knee-Pant Suits for $3.50. Boys' $12 Long-Pant Suits for $8.50. 1 om ^p^}^^ehtatbMk^tomiitcanD a S S S S m«JLlv}-3n^!22*L$Z 2?J2fr Best Cloth Binding CITY FEED STORE Agency for 1 ms FLOUR ANO FEED. mt EBBS We sell Vegetables and Fruit in season. Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Tobacco, etc. Located in Barnstad building, opposite 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 NE W 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 Ne Boo REPUBLIC O EMPIRE? THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION BY HON. WILLIAM BRYAN With Supplementary Chapters from Hon. Andrew Carnegie, Senators Hoar, Vest, Allen, White, Gor man, Bacon, Mason, Daniel, HON W RRVAV Chilton, Butler, McLaurin, Till «. OKX...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

IRREVOCABLE. One* on a tlnrn I spoke a word That was bitter of meaning: and harsh of tone, And it went as straight as a poisoned dart To the very core of a true friend's heart. And the beautiful page of our love was blurred Forevermore by that word alone. Once on a time I cast a sneer At the small mistake of one I knew, And his sou!, discouraged, let slip the rope Tha anchored it to the shore of hope, And drifted out on a sea of fear, To waves of failure and winds untrue. Once on a time I whispered a tale Tainted with malice, and far and near It flew, to cast on a spotless name Th upas shade of a hinted shame. And wherever it reached it left a trail Across the promise of many a year. Never that word could be unsaid That lost me a friendship old and true— Never that sneer might be undone That broke the trust of an erring one— Never untold the tale that sped To blight and baffle a lifetime through. —L. M. Montgomery, in Congregationalist. iCopyright. 1895. by D. AppJeton & Co. All...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

DAIRY REFRIGERATOR. Small Bull dine of Wood That la Easily Pu Up North of Any Ltaripe Farmhouse. Plans for a small dairy refrigerator for mirk and butter from live cows are -wanted by J. R. B., who has 15 loads of ice and a good cool well. Tie wants a building of wood and located north of a large farmhouse, around which is a maple grove. The plan illustrated herewith calls for an addition of 6 by 11 feet on the north end of the house. Across one end of the room thus made, see Fig. 2, is par titioned the refrigerator proper, the rest of the room being used as a milk room. This will give room to work around the cabinet creamer which I would set in the southwest corner. The walls, ceiling and partitions should be made by first sheeting up both sides of the studding with matched flooring, adding to the sheathing on the inside a layer of the best coal tar paper put on in such a way that the joints match *t the studding, then fur out on the DOOM, a. REFRIGERATOR AND CREAMERY. Inside and a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

'. 1 •i \. Ivanhoe 1 Bicycles. 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 $25 A liberal discount for cash or easy payments if you wish. 4 J. H. WIGGINS GO. Bicycles Kodaks Supplies. We Are in It! O N Bieyele Repairs WE STOP AT I9THIKS. We repair anything1 that may happen to our 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. C. CHRISTENSOH. 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 borrowers to call on me ac once. V. E. SEGERSTROLVI, WILLMAR, MINN. CHRIST BERKEUND, TUBULAR WELL-DIGGER AND REPAIRER. Also handles Monitor Windmills, reservoir end stock tank, tank heators and all kinds of pipe sit tings. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

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 OPTIQIAN. •»•••••»••••••••»••••••4*» I LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. Nockles is visiting in Minnea polis. And. Noren was seen in town yes terday. G. A. Erixon went to Watertown Monday. George Johnson, of Colfax, was in town Tuesday. F. F. Nelson left yesterday on a business trip to the cities. THIS WEEK'S at— Magnuson's .New Cash Store. Having purchased the interest of A. Magnuson, junior mem ber of the firm of Magnuson Bros., who retires on account of failing health, the business will in the future be conducted by M. F. Magnuson, who will be pleased to have the continuance of .your liberal patrouage in the future as in the past. My aim wilt be to meet any and all com pet...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

Wtnar Wtibtim. TRIBUNE PRINTING CO Publishers. WILLMAR. I 7 MINN LEAR J* By EMILY ROYALL J* LAST winter, Ned's teacher received the following letter: *I know that I am getting marked ^absent this week, and I take my pen in hand to tell you what's the matter. "It was my birthday last Monday. I •was ten years old. I hadn't thought much about it but coming home that lay I began to feel ill used. You see, last year I had a party all the boys and girls I liked best, with lots of goodies ^iud a fiddle. But this year not a thing was done. "Mother was busy rigging Virgie— that's my sister—to go and spend the holidays with her friend Maud, in the -Mty and there she and Virgie would ^sit and stitch, stitch, day after day. "So I threw myself back on the sofa, with my hands in my pockets, and my lips stuck out to pout a little. "And when mother said: 'What is -the matter, my son?' I asked her if she remembered what day of the month it was., and told her that she didn't seem to realize the impor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

D.'i jfff He Sneaks Many Lauu ua& es with Ease and Cfcuickness and Is a Student of Newspapers-— Tue Imperial Dinner. A volume dealing with the private life and mode of existence of Nicholas II. has been issued in Pans. The author is M. Maurice Leudet, a distinguished member of the staff ot the Figaro, who some time back published a successful book dealing on similar lines with the German emperor. "Nicholas II. lntime," as the present work is called, is a quite unpretentious production. With the exception of the preface, which discusses the disarma ment proposals, and one or two chap ters de\oted to the present condition and destines of Russia, its pages are oc cupied exclusively by minor details re lating to the personality of the czar, and by well-intormed and entertaining gossip. The most aried aspects of the czar's life are touched upon. A chapter is devoted, for instance, to his educa tion, and a chapter to his marriage, a chapter to the imperial stables and an other to the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 May 1899

HIS I I ii i'&* \h. A STAGE CELEBRITIES. Beerbohm Tree ia a godson of the em peror of Germany. Miss Lillian Norton attracted little attention as an opera singer until she took on a foreign disguise by changing her last name to Nordice. She was born at Farmington, Me. A German statistician has discovered that ballet dancers, as a rule, attain an age much above the average. Carlotta Grisi is 77 years of age, and Amalia Farraris 78. Taglioni was over 80 years old when she died, and Fanny Llssler was 74, Eosita Mauri, well over 50, is still dancing at the Paris grand opera. German actresses have to be careful how they wear male costumes. A young woman has been fined in Vienna for wearing a correct military uniform, which is not allowed by the Austrian authorities. In Germany, however, she would,have been punished if the uni form had not been correct, the kaiser's decree permitting military dress on the stage only when absolutely correct. Laurence Irving is said to be imita tive of h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 May 1899

WITH SUPPLEMENT. VolV& 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. Ringling Bros.' circus is headed for Northern Minnesota. Mrs. Aug. Embertson is visiting with Glenwood relatives. Morris citizens will erect a $30,000 brick block this summer. Mrs. J. Lambrecht returned last Thursday to St. Paul. Window glass, all sizes, at Carlson Bros. & Frost's. New sewing machines for rent. 14tf F. W. SEGERSTROM. S. A. Kellgren, of Atwater, was a visitor ia our city last Wednesday. Order your binding twine from Ohs berg, Selvig & Co. 13o Anyone wishing to buy land inquire of Mrs. J. S. Day, Raymond, Minn, tf Wanted—A good girl for general house work. Inquire at this office. 6 per cent Money at Bank o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 May 1899

i\ I I ?••:••"•'. Up ip ABIZOXA'S oldest white resident is Charles D. Poston, who braved the Apaches ip 1854 and has lived in the territory ever since. He has just been voted a pension by the Arizona legis lature. THB will of Col. John P. Dameron. of Randolph county, Missouri, who died recently, leaving property valued at 920,000, contained the following singu lar provision: "I have no wife or chil dren, but if any come forward and lay claim to my property they will be given g25 each on establishment of that fact." PORTLAND, Ore., is one of the health iest cities in the world. In 1893 the death rate was 13 per 1,000. In 1898 it was as low as 8:66, thanks chiefly to the excellent water from Bull Run river, which it cost $4,000,000 bring into the city. Denver has a death rate of 9.48, Los Angeles of 13.16 and San Francisco of 20. PBOBABLY not many people are aware that the coal mined in the United States annually is worth more than three times as much as the gold mined here. The produ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 May 1899

A SONG. There's a BWeetness In the air When the sun is low. And the sky is flushed and bare. :V And the light winds blow While the shadows come and go As the night doth fall. Along the misty moorland where the curlews call. There's a lady full of grace Whom I loved of yore, And the lovelight on Her face Shineth evermore: And I long as heretofore For the night to fall Along the misty moorland where the curlews call. Dear love, can I forget Through the flying years Thy face amid the fret Of their pains and tears Nay, my hear remembers yet When the night doth fall Along the misty moorland where the curlews call. —Ernest A. Newton, in Pall Mall Magazine. [Copyright. 1805. by D. Appleton & Co. All rights reserved.] CHAPTER XV. THE GIFT OF BAYARD. The levee lasted some little time, as'D'Ain boise, who was studious of the arts of gam ing popularity, listened with apparent in terest to anyone who chose to address him, and seemed to possess a wonderful memory for even the most trifling d...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 May 1899

DR. C. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Obstetrics and internal diseases ape olaltv. Calls answered promptly d»y t: night. Whan calling1 by telegraph or ele ffin »hone. jfive full nu'ae, town anil soetiou. village, give street) and always sa what sickness you think It 1B, Then you get prompt and efflcien service, Office in Tribune Building. Residence on Second Street. Telephone No. 33. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. A. ILSTRUP, M. D. C, VETERINARY SURGEON, Office at Freese & Preese's livery stable Calls night or day promptly attended to. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST WILLMAR. MINN. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Ackerman & HolttBuildin^. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson. OLSON & JOHNSON, •K770RMEYSflyLAWandnit Office in I. C. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN. I S E A N E O S MARLOVV HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— O. R. THOMPSON, PROPRIETOR. Good Accomodations WILLMAR, MINN. I. C. OLSON, Funeral Director and Undertaker, Prompt Attention to Calls...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 May 1899

tSyfiL' ft From Our Exchanges. The Hancock ball team disposed of two visiting teams Sunday, beating Darnen 10 to 6 and Clootarf 10 to 4, which is a very good showing for the first games this season. Nelson pitched and Hennessy caught for Han cock, and as a battery they are hard to beat—Try them.—Hancock News in Morris Republican Times, No doubt the newly organized Will mar team would be willing to try them. We are sure they could make it inter esting for the Hancock boys We are informed that Mr. and Mrs O E Lofthus, formerly of this place but now of Hillsboro, N. D., are re joicing over the arrival of a brand new boy at their home on the 7th, inst.—Morria Republican Times. A man at Ada, Norman county, fell down on account of a defective sidewalk recently and ruined a pair of pants. He brought in a bill to the council and was allowed the sum of $8 for the pants and the amount was ordered charged against the abutting 44 -10? Pacific Ave., Willmar, Mi«m. LW1LMER U|i: ATKINSON CHAS JENK...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 May 1899

13 I IP S THE shrill loud notes of the bugle Ring out in their music clear, "We fall into ranks and we answer To our names on the roll call: "Here!" But each year are our numbers fewer. And still as the years go by There are fewer and fewer to honor The graves where our comrades lie. Yet the blue May skies bend above us. The flowers our full hands bear. In wreath and in cross and in cluster. Their same fresh spring beauty wear. Time brings to them never such changes As fall on each comrade's head ftre he lays down his burden and hastens To join the ranks of the dead. The tender and clinging green grasses Have decked all the soldiers* graves. And the flag we fought for as guidon In its starry gemmed glory waves. They have given their life for its honor. And therefore we come to-day To bring them. In tender remembrance, The laurel, the palm and the bay. One by one shall our ranks be lessened, One by one will our comrades pass As they join, the great silent army In its bivouac 'neath t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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