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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 November 1899

SUBSCRIPTION price, If raid before end of flr«t year, If,TOftyearMfdelinquent logg er,ftl.HHfcyefc»*lU oeoharjred. A tbg.iuine toedltot*. -.•« Regular new* correspo every*locality not already Write for terms and Instructions. ente wanted In ready represented. ADVERTISEMENTS.—Display ad's Inner, ted 10*30 cents per Inch per week. Liberal discounts when taken In large quantities or whenvlftftstandlnff. Local reading notices will be inserted for lOoents per line eacn week.' Write for terms for the publication of legal notices. The WILLMAB TRIBUMX has a larger ven. eral circulation In Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription booksare open for 1 nspectlon to advertisers. OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 29,1899. PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPERS AT PRICE OF ONE. We want to ret 500 new subscribers to our f( iapar by New Years, and are goinjr to do It we can we therefore continue our ar rangement with the Farm Journal by which we can send the WILLMAR TBIBUNK and the ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 November 1899

S I I A N S QR- C. JOHNSON, t: ^bnsicfem anil Snrgnnf, Calls answered promptly day or night. vnen calling by wire, give full name, town and section tor If in village, give street), and always say what sickness you think it Is. •Ihen you will got prompt and efficient ser Ji °PWCE AT RESIDENCE on Second street. Telephone No. 33. Willmar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, ^rtgstrfem ami jSurgran. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OFFICE LEWIS BLOCK, RES. FIRST WARD, Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 17. WILLMAIt. MINN. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR, MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR, MINN. Office in Mikkelson Block. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office In Aokei man & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. BENJAMIN CASTBERG, NORSK ADVOKAT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office in Mikkelson Block, WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson. OLSON & JOHNSON, A770RMEY8 AT L«W. Office in I. C. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 November 1899

.OR the old and the new,.'^he.-.hid and the sJeeni,".'"' For blessings that are, and' .'Joys, thai have beeri^ The sunshine's sweet splendor,.the rnid night's deep calms, For stir ot life's challenge and strength of its balms For grace of the blossom, and rapture of bird. For gladness unsought, and for need yet deferred For the chrism of joy, the anointing of pain— We bring Thee, Our Father, thanksgiving: again! For quick'nlng delight and Its rich after math, The peace of our homes and the warmth of each hearth For love's proud avowals, and crowning of gold, And for Its bestowals that lips have not told For daily providing:, for blessings still new, For children's blithe voices, for friends ever true For hopes Thou hast tended, Our Father, we bear Our thanks to Thee, owning Thy dear, con stant care! For cloud-shadowed heights and star spanned ocean-space, For forces made captive for strength or for grace For greateni'ng vision and truth seen afar. For thoughts that more eager and re...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 November 1899

{Copyright. 1898. by J. P. Upplacott Co.] ..• VI. SUDDEN CHANGES. I rose from 4iy bed the next morning sompletely disgruntled. Margaret's Right had placed me in a position so galling that I would almost rather have fled myself and been shot for desertion than report her breach of faith to the general. I looked out of the window while putting on my clothes, wishing that I see an enemy coming down on us to occupy his attention, that he have no time to ask after my escaped prisoner, but 6aw only a ber of newly made graves. Whe I had finished dressing I to the mess tent and found the general and the personal staff seated at breakfast. my satisfaction, the general ate in silence, making no reference to Mar garet Beach. Whe breakfast was over he ordered Walter to ride to the commanding officers and direct them to get ready to march in two hours. I secured the general's permission to go it the command, a change of duty which especially delighted me. Promptl at the appointed hour the were d...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 November 1899

1 ~~il 't -.- {, IN HI3_STEPS. "What vmxU i*«ns laT By CHARLES M. SHELDON. [.Copyrighted and published ID book furin by the Advance Publishing' Go. of Chicago.] [CONTINUED] "But now, dear Mend, I come to the real cause of the letter, the real heart of the whole question as the First Ihurch of Raymond has forced it upon me Before -the ''meeting closed today •tops were taken to secure the co-oper ation of all other Christian disciples in this country. I think Henry Maxwell took this step after long deliberation He said as much to me one day when 1 called upon hJm and we were discuss ing the effect of this movement upon the church in general 'Why,' he said, 'suppose that the. church membership generally in this country made this pledge and lived up' to it What a revolution it would cause in Christendom! But why not? Is it any more than the disciple ought to do Has he followed Jesus unless he is will ing to do this Is the test of disciple ship any less today than it was in Jesus' time?'...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 December 1899

This year our store Is in the lead with popular Holiday goods. Here are some of the things that would be appreciated as Xmas gifts Fine Faney Enameled IRON AND BRONZE CLOCKS, ELEGANT CUT GLASS, FINE CHINA, ARTISTIC SILVERWARE, Solid SILVER and Plated FLATWARE, SMOKING SETS, SHAVING MUGS and SHAVING SETS, CUT GLASS INKSTANDS, Solid Silver and Fine Ebony Toilet Piooos, and an endless variety of pretty arti cles in STERLING SILVER. \A/a.* W a We have some beauties in solid gold and gold filled cases and boys' watches in strong nickle cases for $1.50. All our Silverware, Jewelry, Watches, Art Goods, Etc., have been selected with such care that it would not be pos sible to duplicate the stock anywhere. SORELY WE CRN aP YOU SOLVE the "Gift Problem" to your entire satisfaction. Call early and have your engraving done' in time. Wetinerlund, Jeweler and Engraver. f§oaccount $&J MEN'S SUITS reduced from $10 to 12 to 15 to MEN' S ULSTER eduged from a to 10 to 15 to I I O S 7 W WILLMA LOCA ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 December 1899

'J I 11 A New Jersey company is offering something called artificial lumber. The recent. appearance of artificial oysters leaves no room for surprise in regard to imitations. Medical scientists agree that boiling drinking water and milk is the best pre ventive of typhoid fever. It is an easy way to avoid one of the worst diseases known to mankind. London dispatches say that Prof. Steins is having great success in curing blindness with electricity. One case is a man who was totally blind for 14 years. He is now able to read coarse print. \$ W. A. Eddy, the kite expert, has per fected a method for locating storms by the means of kites. Most persons will agree that leaving your umbrella at home is just a.s effective a method and a much simpler one. There are two gold fields in Alaska, not in British territory, Cape Nome and Cape York, that promise some sensa tions in the matter of dust next year. While Cape York is probabl3r the most forsaken hole on the footstool, the pans are nuggety...

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

».: f&^ :'& llVtV '&4i €t)KFE»«ffi©KS CHAPTER VH.-*0NTINUT5I. I coveted the letter he had shown me. Innocent or guilty, I was inter ested deeply in my general, and with that letter in my possession at least one point of evidence against him would be canceled. I caught at a straw, or rather my intuitions served me. Berante was plainly of Spanish extraction, and there never was a Span iard who was not a gambler. He had used a simile that told me he was famil iar with the game of poker. Perhaps, being a natural gambler myself, I knew another by instinct. "Major," I said, "I have a trinket that I would like to play against that finger ring of yours." "You impudent boy, what do you mean?" "I mean that I want that ring, and I am willing to risk an equal value against -it." "You have nothing to risk. Did you not get a receipt for your effects when captured?" "I did, but I kept one article." I was accustomed to carry with me, ingeniously concealed for use in case I should be cap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 December 1899

~4 WILLMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLI8KED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT WIULMAR, MINNESOTA, HY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING, CO.: YIOTOB LAWsOK. SUITOR AWD MAKAQXR. SUBBOBIPTIdN price, ltfnald before end of flnt/eer, H.00 ifefi: If delinquent long er, gl.Ve je*Mfill beoherffed. 00NTRIBCT10M8 of new« Items or short, jltby antelii on questions of general Inter est ere thankfully-feoelTed. wben the name o* the writer It made known to tue editors. Regular news eorreevondents wanted la BTery locality net already represented. Write for terms and instructions. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Display ad's Inser. ted for 80 cents per Inch, per week. Liberal discounts when taken In large quantities or when lef(standing. Loeal reading notices will be Inserted for lOcenss per fine each week. Write for terms tor the publication of legal notices. The WiiiLMAR TRIBUSTB has a larger ten. eral circulation In Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription booksareopen forInspection to advertisers. OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING. WEDNESDA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 December 1899

sa 1 1 ,88 »1 iif In fj£ 9 6 O I A N QR. C. JOHNSON, ^Phgsinmt .srtuL Surgeon, Calls answered promptly day or nJgrht. When calling' by wire, jrive 'full name, town and section tor If in vi HIIRO, wive street), and nlWiiys sav what sickness you think It k. Then you will get prompt and efficient ser vice. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE on Second street. Telephone No. U3.. Killtnar. Minnesota. QR-W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, ^Ptrgstrizm ami jSurgrau. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OrFICK T/EWIS BLOCK. KKS. FJUST WAKI). Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 17. WILLMAR. MINN. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST WILLMAR. MINN. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR, AND. LARSON President. M|N|f. Office In Mikkolson Block A O N E 9 OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Ackerman & Holt Building. WfkLMAR, MINNESOTA. gENJAMIN. CyASTBERp, rIQR§K AQVOJ^At, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office in Alikkefeou Block, W I A MINNESOTA ttaw*^1 pi» p- Charles Johnson OLSON &, JOHNSON, Offic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 December 1899

I- fp//war ffrihime. I N E PHINTING CO., Publishers. MIN N THE TEMPLE OF FAME, ••How far away is the Temple of Pame?" Said a youth at the dawn of day. And he toiled and. dreamed of a deathless name 3 \*j$?~' But the hours went by and the evening came, '•'.-• That left him. feeble, and old, and lame, To plod on his cheerless way. For the path to-Fame is a weary climb Up a mountain steep and high. There are many who start in their youthful prime: But in the battle with, fate and time, For one who reaches those heights sub lime ..L' -..: 3 Are thousands who fall and die. The youth who had failed could never guess The reason his.quest was vain But he sought no other to help or bless He followed the glittering prize, Success, Up the narrow pathway of Selfishness, And this had been his bane. "How far away is the Temple of Good?" Said a youth at the dawn of day And he strove, in a spirit of brotherhood, To help and succor, as best he could, The poor and unfortunate multitude On their hard ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 December 1899

I I l' I SCAlMAMfSfifS —I Interesting Notes From Across the (0 Ocean. HAPPENINGS 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 vacancy left In the cabinet by the resignation of Baron Rappe as minister of war has been filled by the appointment of J. Crusebjorn, who was born in 1843, and may point to a splendid military career covering a period of thirty-five years. Since 1891 he has held the posi tion of 'governor of West Norrland, and in 1896r he was elected to a seat in the second chamber of the riksdag. Baron L. Akerhjelm resigned as adviso ry member of the cabinet, and was at once appointed president of the court in chambers. The vacancy in the cabinet was filled by the appointment of D. G. Restadius, who was born in 1843, and has served three terms in the second chamber of the riksdag. It is almost certain that within a year from now a part of the parish of Kyrk okopiiige will be incorpo...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 December 1899

ft -US'"5 1 1 Kf 1. •wr*** NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST •loaned from Neighboring Exchanges, Personal or Otherwise. A. P. Backhand was a Willmar vis itor Tuesday... .Miss Sarah Mont.ou, of West Lake, visited Willmar the first of the week....Albin Olson, of Louriston, left for Willmar last Mon day where he will attend the seminary. P. Malsed was »to Willmar Monday to consult Dr. Frost The strain of the trip proved rather too much for Mr. Malsed and he was quite sick again for a couple of days after returning, but is now reported as be ing a great deal better. He is suffer ing from some disarrangement of the kidneys.—Kerkhoven Banner. Alf. Borgeson visited Willmar the ening's fun. first of the week. .County Supt. Fink made our school a pleasant call yes terday....Mr. Harold Johnson, of Willmar, is spending Thanksgiving in town C.. E. Monson dir in Willmarr yesterday and today.—New London Times. H. Hawkinson, a brother of S. Haw kinson, and Mrs. Stevens and daugh ter, of Willmar, visited here...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 December 1899

Vol. 5. ||t 4^0 1 5 •if ^a^r I 'if j&^m •**& wl 4 1 0^ P1IJf I 'l -^0 in iflm ^m^ w. I I I W: jA iv m% 1 14 Iff? 4H^ 4 i, ':&,: 4 6 0? LADIES' CLOAK AND FUR DEPARTMENT. Owing to the unusually mild season we find that we are somewhat overstocked in these lines, and are in position to offer you some unheard of bargains: All of. our Ladies' Jackets, varying in price from 5B4.50 §4.75, $5:00 and $6.00, in blacks only, at this sale, while they last....w. .... .. Collarettes and Muffs. We are offering some special values in this De partment. THE NEW Christmas will be here almost before we know it! 0 S4.75 $5 0 0 and $3.65 All of our Ladies'Jackets, ranging in price from $10,, $11, $12 $12.50, colors black, navy brown tan and caster, at this sale 10 $11 $1 2 and $8.2and 5 GH-R-I-ST-M-A-S IS COMING! Get ready to enjoy it in good old stylet The way to get ready properly is to go to Johnson, FAdiuad 8c Moline, and select frbfhtheir immense stock everything you may need for the hol...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 December 1899

^ritmne. TBIBUNK PRINTING CO Publish*!*. WILLMAR. MINN A Missouri judge has decided that a physician who believes his patient's case is hopeless and does not inform him is guilty of a breach of trust. A man has been discovered who can walk only when he is asleep. Profes sional tramps will be distressed to hear that they may wake up and find them selves engaged in doing something use ful. Nearly all the contracts for the new palace to be built for the crown prince of Japan will be let to American firms. The architect is an American, and he agrees that the structure shall be^earth quake proof. When Mrs. Peter Karl, of New York, died a short time ago she made a dying wisn that her body be cremated and that the ashes be hurled to the winds from the top of the statute of Liberty. Her husband had her remains cremated and carried out her wishes in every detail. The new woman surely is enterpris ing. She isn't satisfied with old meth ods—not for a minute. One of them in Indiana has been ste...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 December 1899

'Nf^-it'- & if4 a •3'j ±'~J *jat**$» A*** xv -^v^ww «»iyi(f»t^MMW.i!M**y'W'i»j«*&*«»s r»»^'*'«^«M^ii»»^topw«ptgwww^^ '8 MESSAGE.,L Synopsis of His Annual Communi cation to Congress. a E a iv of the Subjects of? in a a Lesialation the Trust* a the Affairs of the Dlf 1 Cerent Colonies. The following is a comprehensive synop si of the president's annual message to congress, which makes, in fulL.abeut 30, 90 words: W 1 The message ibeglnswmrhn announce inent of the death St Vice President Hobart •and a-t«ittute to his wotfth. Following that Is a statement of thejrospe^ty^Which the country is enjoying antt statisticsof "our .., -exports and imports for the year, in which It is shown that we have exported dur ing the year more than $1,000,000,000 worth -of goods, more than the total of both our exports and imports in 1870. Of the exports for the past year he says: *'«,£3U80rts ot agricultural products were $784,776,142. Of manufactured products we exported in.vAlu«.»38,©2,146,J»in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 December 1899

M'KINLEY'S MESSAGE. Synopsis of His Annual Communi cation to Congress. a E a iv of he S of in a a is a he a he A a of he if he following is a comprehensive synop is of the president's annual a to congress a in full, a 30. C30 he a begins with' an a of the death of Vic Presiden a a a tribute to his worth in at is a a of the»prosperlty the country is enjoying and statistics of our -exports and imports for the year, in it is at we a exported dur in the year more than $1,000,000,000 -of goods, more than the total of both our and imports in 1870. Of the exports for the past year he a E of agricultural products re J784,776,142. Of a a products we -exported in a $339,592,146, being larger an a previous year I Js a a that the only years in all our history the products of our manufactorie abroad those bought abroad re 1S9S and 1899. a E calls attention to the report of the a of the treasury and his estimate of the receipts and expenditures for the present fiscal year, in a surplus of $40,000...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 December 1899

S'W.- t'V iM¥^iill|l'(uVnii|«MII»l .yijiilM^IWi^Mw* 9B 5 We WYTHH TRIBUNE PRINTING CO.: YlOTOaa. L1WNI (PH&B 1B N _. price SUMOBI •firt •r. H. OFFICE BTJIIJ5ING. •aBSaBBHHa*MMSBSE2HS v» &** ^r-^L Sti£5~ -i •. .I irr WiLEtiR TRIMJNE.!! before eaa ,00 a year: wiUnst" OONnfBUTIOMBofaewetteaMor short, pithyffUiU OB qoeatloaa of feaeral later •at MO thankfully roeelvad. whoa too aaiae I writer la mad* kaowa to too editors. BtfuU newa eorreaeoadeata wanted In •vary locality-Art already raareeented. Write for UrajglfclaalruailoM. A I tod for SO OL dlseoaata whea lefts1 will bo tnoe wook. Wrl of local no ^joaeittttlesor w*4Jn* netlcee lio publication TneWll' oralolreu_ any other bookaaroo^w. .. ,. i|t»fdf »oii. «aatjr Uuu katnae. toaiTertfeera. WEDNESDAY. Vffi. li, 1890. PAY UP AND CET MTM PAPEIt AT PIICE IF ME. Wo want ton MO ne» Wnocrlbera to oaf phpof bjN«wT«»rs, anttaTOf»i«»to do It if we can wo therefore COBtlnue oar ar rnnfenent with tho Farm Jouraal wbieb wo caa toad the Wiu,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 December 1899

Wc feel that you will find no better selection anywhere than our line SILVERWARE, IRON AND BRONZE CLOCKS, CHINA, CUT GLASS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Dr. C. E. Gerretson, dentist. in Mikkelson block, Willmar. Chas. Nordgren came down from Huffton, S D., last Thursday morn ing, where he has been buying wheat. He left the same day for his home in New London. Miss Gerda Wennerlund left on Saturday for a visit with Minneapolis friends. From there she goes to Oel wein, Iowa, to spend the winter with her brother, E. K. Wennerlund, and family. Andrew Johnson, a former resident of the town pf Fahlun, and one of the froot flpneer settlers of the county, was up St. Paul to attend the'funeral of bis mother, Mrs. Hannah Johnson, which occurred in the town of Fahlun the (ith inet. Mr. Johnson returned to St. Paul last Friday. AND NOVELTIES. Office 22tf Greatest bargains in clothing' this fall only at John A. Weedall's. 37tf Highest market price paid for farm products at B. Moe's 44-2 Miss Blanche McLaug...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 December 1899

v. Is ,V~ l~ xlhmr^Mribmie. jf «5BP THIHUNB PlMNTINQ Co Publisher*. SJWILLMAR! fiSP-V MINN 8oLos,BqRenuf,4», Parisian sculptor, Has been A SfrWhtDakota for the last -three _months making models in clay gfv?t Indians lor the Paris exposition. ??%*JIe found some fine specimens of the Oaeriean aborigines among the Sioux ff, .*t' 'the Crow Creek agency, South Da 'Sfcotarand nsiic*eede\r"itt*working up a half dozen models. A Ko^ttc way of illuminating a rail way tunnel lias been devised in Paris. Reflectors throw the light from many electric,lamps 16 feet above the rails to the fifties of the tunnel, where it is again ^fleeted by burnished tin, a soft and agreeable light. The trains au tomatically turn the current on and off in entering the tunnel. ONE of the most beautiful natural rock carvings in the world is the Southern Cross on the island of Grand Manan, in the Bay of Fundy. It stands at the head of a ledge of rocks jutting into the bay from the foot of one of the immense cliffs at ...

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