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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 November 1895

$ & t%. it, $ B*i The IE*! Hero a .• it Wh«.l r. reply to '•& BOOTS ft SHOES. This coupon will be accepted as ten cents in cash for any cash purchase the holder may make at our store amounting to one dollar or more on or before Jan. 1st, 1896, if not detached. Willmar Shoe Co. S 1 8 0 a 5 3 fl (8 g.s 0 09 CO eg -g W C8 ^etfce hi.v.i: ttvxl Ar A.fter(ron-.:. !ro. j'(if a.ty lat io our vt»^ry ••."'('. t.o'nni'. And what he said was profound, phil osophical and patriotic. Albert H. Hall, the wellknown Minneapolis criminal' lawyer, who sat near us, leaned brer aftd whispered in our §ar ftfteF A%eWi had finished, 'The voice is the voice of Altgeld, but the senti ments, are the sentiments of Lincoln.' The strange thing is that the audience was not made up of the so-called com mon people, but was composed of bus iness and professional men and high 'officials. It can almost be said that they come toJiiss and remained to ap -plaud. There is surely something •?. about tile man that wi...

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

'tifv Coupon tke public. "S** i^. a '1 This the flow tf"pecttng W ^. .L, S5a«S,S 2 |p? last week: r.*'" ^1 all can be accomodated. One of our & our ads are a a 4 This coupon will be accepted as ten cents in cash for any cash purchase the holder may make at. our store amounting to one dollar or more on or before Jan. 1st, 1896, if not detached: WlUmarShocCo. DRUGS, BOOKS, ETC. This coupon will be accepted as 10 cents in cash for any cash purchase the holder may make at oui* store amounting to one dollar or more before Jan. 1st, 1896\ if not detached. .sg£rf# Carlson Bros. & Frost.?? '%^re Pfe-^WS^^^y J8I p^a^pov^tyjofc ^STfae^Gar.ette bisisj&^tkal Vlfe '-^5l?Kf Transportation. aBf* & jneirts as were eypi*ogff«l ijrJu, the odfto ^^"^^-.riaX refuted tt artd4tatne«Jiate\yLplace1s WW'''£ the writer in the eu$m Uefc with "A-oar cM«6n Altjjeld^ *iilooajr- BrtcUea? I^^Waite, aact otiess «t -fljeir stripe. whoa6 sale idea is rule or ruin, Such labored editorials as the Doctor...

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

w: 1000 ^—*WE HAVE^ GOOD Or three stores chuck full We can not print the prices here, but we will surprise all the read* ers of this paper if they will take the trouble to come and see us. Our new 10 cents Bazar is now ready and full of bargains. T. J. ANDERSON & CO., Best Perfume in the market. Sold only by. Carlson Bros. & Frost. S Belgrade, Minn. HILBERTS STOLEN SWEETS HILBERTS STOLEN SWEET&1 HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS HAMPEN BROS. MINN. BELGRADE, S22I2EIDEALERS fNROCERIES AND $2 Per Doz. $2. For Fine Cabinet Photos Guaranteed fully as good as the best work at any other Gallery West of the cities, the money will be as cheerfully refunded as taken. I ALSO MAKE CABINETS FOJ? \N= or AND $4.50 PER DOZ. PLATINO PICTURES SAME PRICES, Family Groups with Babies are Photographed with the greatest ease. AT G. A. CARLSON, Cor. Fourth & Benson aves., Willmar, Minn. JAKE P. ANDERSON BLACKSMITH, HORSE SHOING A SPECIALTY. General Blacksmithiog Done With Prom...

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

VOL. 1. •^SfeTj- Hi .'3iR 11 1 A NEW LOAN OR A RENEWAL? I so, we can fget it for you and give you OF THE BEST TERMS EVER OFFERED REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING LOAN COMPANIES: The Scottish-American Mortgage Co. Limited, of Editiburg, Scotland. The American Freehold Land Company Of London L't'd, London, Eng. The Land Mortgage Investment And Agency Company of America, London, Eng. The New England Mortgage Security Company, of Boston, Mass. Savings, Loan & Trust Company, of Madison. NO CASH BONUS OR COMMISSION. NO DELAY IN GETTING YOUR MO Call in anil talk tat matter over with us, we an able to help yeu out. LOAN AGENTS. WILLMAR, MINN., NOVEMBER 12, 1895. NO. 39. £3 P* g- .^ Si 8 *3 I 9

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 November 1895

SS*^ I* 5 fc. -r. Vol. 1. 4 ~?rX •&*••* ¥/fyw^wX^'^"^ the work. I give none out at the store. W W S. M. Sivertson of Atwater was in town to-day. Mrs. Oliver Larson attended the fun eral of Mrs. Bisset at New London., Miss Christine Reiquam departed for Dulnth last Saturday morning. U. A. Cady and^wife returned from a trip to the Cities last Saturday eve ning. A boarder at Mrs. Fornell's house was 'pulled" for the. amount pf $22.10 last Friday.' No arrests hav©- been .made as yet.- T'/ ,:' ?}hP^X' Deputy Sherriff Stenson, accom panied by Miss Brown, left Wednes day lor St. Peter where they totokMrs. rWtfy Brown, of Colfax, to the asylunux /J^ So^P^Pa a a SPECIAL SALE and justly. called to Littlff "'^0^iMK^ "Falls.yesterday on account of sickness f^%0^6t'fn brother's family at that placet He expects to return to-morrow (Wed- For your trade during November and December. Dry Goods, Woolen Flannels, Shawls, Cloaks, furs, Muffs, Shoes, Gent's Underwear, Gaps, Duck Coals and all kinds ...

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

tig? sr ft I A. WILLMAR'TRIBUNE^'r^T^t "f Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. YICTOBETLl^oOStor^nT^ Business Manager. •HBI1TIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known •ii application. The Tribune has very large country circulation Which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH, 1895. CONGRESSMAN EDDY FINANCE. ON On Thursday evening, the 7th inst, Mr. Eddy delivered a lec ture at Fergus Falls on the tinan cial question. He starts by say ing: "The financial question may be separated into three divisions. First, the tariff Second, reciprocity and Third, the money question.'* Thus it will be seen that his method of treating the question is unique and original. He holds that the mon...

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

rS— I \H p2=gfc.* *. fe^ f*»*V sfisJsJE-VsSs* GftS BOOTS ft SHOES. This coupon will be accepted as ten cents in cash for any cash purchase the holder may make at our store amounting to one dollar or more on or before Jan 1st, 1896, if not detached. Willmar Shoe Co. —*Wl ri* c3 g-g 23 J- a S3 O O O 18 OS .52 si si J- co A 8 3 I Gov. McKinley said in his Massil lon speech that the prosperity that would flow to all the people "by an in-House dorsement of the republican ticket in Ohio would be felt from one end ofnied the country to the other. A return of this confidence has already been felt by the workingmen in his pet institu tion in Canton. The DEubeR-Hampden Watch CoMpany of Canton notified their men on Wednesday morning (one day after the election, after itwas fully known that the people have be lieved the republican promises), that their wages would be cut 25 per cent and employment given only three days in the week. Over three-fourths of the men were laid off for a week to give ...

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

I „5t. #. IF, •"-fz^s^r »«3W-»--»,J V\ ,t. ys-i t\~ rS 74V* 100 0 s-,, f£t", P^pfe?^ Various designers have different spe cialties—some flowers, others architec tural ideas, etc.—and of recent yeais architects have devoted inany of then spare moments to originating wall pa per designs. A complete design consists of three pieces—side wall, border and ceiling The general width of patterns of the side wall and ceiling, as used in the trade and manufactured by American machinery, is 18 inches, and the length of the repeat in the pattern is either 11% or 14% or 17% inches, as suggested by the character of the design, the shorter repeats being the most satisfactory to the trade in general. Many of the best effects are produced in papers containing only four to six colors, but as many as 20 or 25 aie sometimes used. Each color and shade in a design means a separate roller to the manufacturer. —Philadelphia Times. A Traveled Check. A merchant at Ionia, Mich., paid a debt due a Detroit merch...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 November 1895

^CJ Vi -^-w*L «V$§C *v w*t hW *UV $*, h: &£ PJ&S.-*' 1 I m9 1 ~l HfttT Bkj K? Sf#t'T Various designers have different spe dalties^-some flowers, others architec tural ideas, etc.—and of recent years architects have devoted many of their spare moments to originating wall pa per designs. A complete design consists of three pieces—side wall, border and ceiling. The general width of patterns of the side wall and ceiling, as used in the trade and manufactured by American machinery, is 18 inches, and the length of the repeat in the pattern is either 11|£ or 14% or 17% inches, as suggested by the character of the design, the shorter repeats being the most satisfactory to tht trade in general. Many of the best effects are produced In papers containing only four to six colors, but as many as 20 or 25 are sometimes used. Each color and shade in a design means a separate roller to themanufacturer. —Philadelphia Times. A Traveled Cheek. A merchant at Ionia, Mich., paid a debt due a Detr...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 26 November 1895

:t V-A &* fir "Hlr 6?. If »Sv^, 66 Life «wr\ *3s 4*0. '*&- vvV-~ I'JWr.ft'Sih TO THE PUBLIC: FOR DO NOT PAY STRANGERS FROM $6 0 to $75 for a No 8 Stee Rang -When we offer you a- No.9 STEEL KIN RANGE $45.00! ^INVESTIGATE THESE MATTERS BEFORE YOU BUY.eE^f O 'inc of HEATERS include the REOAL PENINSULAR The Best Self-Feed Stove in the Market. The best Surface Burper tliat is sold, besides a large lirie of floaters apd Cooks for wood apd coal If you wish to exchange Stoves, we will do the lair thing with, you. We are strictly "in it" with our stove business. Our low prices and good quality of goods should attract every prospective buyer of Stoves. Call and look our stock over before making your purchases. We guarantee satisfaction. We also carry a spiendid-stock of HARDWARE, :, CUTLERY, IRON and WQOD "PUMPS, and everything in the Hardware line. E3§riA first «,VJT--' class tin shop in connection. .£ .'/. v* JOHN LUNDQUIST & CO:, .r Ira Awg. Hoglund's is low prices this week. 9...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 26 November 1895

iHLLMA St: 4 .TRIBUNE: Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. TICTORETLAWSoOditoranF^" Business Manager. •HBI8TIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known en application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. «xtra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH, 1895. OUR PLATFORM. The leaders of the People's Party of North Dakota met list Wednesday at Fargo and pre pared for the coming campaign. The one plank silverites were largely in the majority. A plat form broad enough for free sil verites to stand on will no doubt be adopted in the coming con ventions. This is the proper thing to do. There is no doubt that the Peo pie's Party in Minnesota will do the same thing. From in...

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

&.. f* BOOTS & SHOES. This coupon will be accepted as ten cents in cash for any cash purchase the holder may make at our store amounting to one dollar or more on or before Jan. 1st, 1896, if not detached. Willmar Shoe Co. OB,!* & BO S3 -•e -S3 $3 58 Q0 p, gag fl,a fr-3 ffl S rj W e33„-T -I- t, 0 —4 OS e3 & 3 0 The St. Cloud Journal-Press (which, by the way, has not fav ored us with an exchange since the Doctor stroked its fur the wrong way last summer) is quo ted approvingly by the Willmar Argus this week in an article en titled, "Just a Suggestion," and in the same attempts to show that the appreciation of gold is not responsible for the greater portion of the decrease in price of commodities, the low wheat prices for instance as being due todecreased cost of production. In other words, the farmer is not as badly off as he thinks he is be cause he can raise his grain more cheaply now than was possible a few years ago. Of course any farmer will readily see that with ...

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

'W- CaHl 5- Nervous Prostration Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine Prolonged derangement of the nervous system not only affects the brain and men tal powers, but develops disease In some of the vital organs. The most dangerous of these Indirect results is when the heart is affected. This was the case of the Rev. N. F. Surface, Fawn River, Mich., who writes under date of Feb. 14,1895: "Fourteen years ago I had a slight stroke of paralysis. Overwork brought on nervous prostration. I was exceedingly nervous and the exertion of public speaking caused heart palpitation that threatened my life. I used two bottles of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure for my heart trouble, and two of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine for my nervous ness and feel better than I ever expected to feel again. I can speak for hours without tiring or having my heart flutter as it for merly did, and I have you to thank that I am alive today." On sale by all druggists. Dr. Miles' Book on Heart and Nervous Disorders FREE by mall. Dr. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 26 November 1895

6« w^#i a* m- w? ^r? ''*a^ FARM INSURANCE. .Vl *•., ', "V -v- i» If "F(rart0enyesrs agoJ had slightstrokeof pazal^rslar Overwork brought on nervoni' prostrstton..t wasexceedingly nervousand the exertion of pabUc speaking capsed .jMiurt palpitation that tioeatebedf toy^lfk iseAiwOyhottles otlir lOles' NewSejatC, :Core for5ny,heart trofiWTe^ai^t^o ojOr. billies',Beftoratlve KeryfnVfoe n»f nei*ons^* Hessand feel tetter tbao I everexpectedto feel again. I can speak for hours wlthoxit :-wttii^p|iteTi^%ji^ i)9tt^'#)%rfo7l .on Hesj*apd Nenr^tt«rdei§lii^ bv S^PtPSfe^feSMp^ i^~"$&-&z~ 7^5 ready and full of bargainsefKc y.l J. ANDERSON & CO., V. H. & A. W. VanSLYKE, knnmnW-~S»r £%J-,3^B?Q, «*J EA'RiM^l:I VV* .^BW We give loans so that the borrower may make^partial payments any year and stop interest on amount, paid or loan may run for 1Q years without renewal expense, if the borrower is not prepared to pay it sooner. Call 'ftw .-"Qifeeff EsttierV The Most Lasting and .r^i^-^^r...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 December 1895

"iifcv »& Vol. 1 ALLIANCE MEETING. The Farmers* County Alliance Meets December 17th. The Kandiyohi Co. Fanners' Alli ance will hold its annual meeting at the court house or some other suitable hall at Willmar, Minn., on Tuesday, December 17, at one o'clock p. m.. for the nurpose of electing officers for the coming year and delegates to at tend the meeting of the State Alliance, and to transact such other business as may come up before the meeting. Dated at New London. Minn.. Dec. 2nd. 1805. Moberg. Dec. 2. Jacobs. N E S QUAM, President. Marriage Licences. Nov. 26. Wm. Parsons to Catha rine Martin. Married Nov, 28th by Rev. C. Harmon Johnson. Nov. 29. Swan Larson to Caroline John Emraen to Heiruke Edwards Eteotics* Mr. O. P. Oslie and Martin Erickson made a trip to Sacred Hearth last week. A little baby-girl came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. tfwenson last Saturday. Mr. C. Julstrup who has been absent for a few months has returned again. A party was given at Herman Nasse's ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 December 1895

\«9- ft** %, JI v' PV-A tew j- Wm The Farmers! County Alliance Meets December 17thl The Kandiyohi Co. Fanners' Alli ance will hold its annual meeting at the court house or some-other suitable hall at Willmar, Minn., on Tuesday, December 1?, at one o'clock p. m., for the rairpose of electing officers for the coming year and delegates to at tend the meeting of the State Alliance, and to transact such other business as may come up before the meeting. Dated at New London, Minn.. Dec. 2nd, 1895. N E S QUAM, President. Marriage Licences. ., Nov. 26. Wm. Parsons to Catha rine Martin. .MarriedNov. 28th by Rev. C. Harmon Johnson. Nov. 29. Swan Larson to Caroline Moberg. Dec. 2. John Emmen to Heiruke Jacobs.- Edwards Eteotics. Mr. O. P. OaKe and Martin Erioksqn made a trip Jto 'Saered Hearth last week. A little baby-girl came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. SwenBQn last Saturday. Mr. C. Julstrup who has been absei^t for a few months has returned again. A party was given at Herman Nasse's ...

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

!L V. I*-. Vi fok** Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA ——BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. TICTOERLAWSoOaltornftny^" Business Bfano??r. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, DCCEMBER 3RD, 1895. EDITOR SATERLEE. Bro. Satterlee of Atwater Re publican seems to be one of these persons who needs a dressing down once in awhile to keep him measurably decent. Now he is on a tear at us again. A couple of weeks ago he critizised us for saying that no farm-land yielded 7 per cent on capital invested. We challenged Mr. Satterlee to produce one substantial and in telligent farmer who would deny our statement. He has not do...

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 December 1895

a 1 &u !=3 *. Hi* .*, BOOTS & SHOES. This coupon will be accepted as ten cents in cash for any cash purchase the holder may make at our store amounting to one dollar or more on or before Jan. 1st, 1896, if not detached. Willmar Shoe Co. 0 03 0 3 fcfl'-S S 2 «,£ O 8 a a e3 A 3 3 DRUGS, BOOKS, ETC. This coupon will be accepted Jas 10 cents in cash for any cash [p urchase the holder may make ^at our store amounting to one ^d ollar or more before Jan. 1st, 1896, if not detached. Carlson Bros. & Frost. IRIBUNE DR. E. S. FROST, Physician & Surgeon, Office over Carlson Bros. & Frost's Drug Store, or residence on Becker Avenue. WILLMAR, MINN. ^W"ILLls£-A.I*, RESTAURANT Is open day and night. First plass service guaranteed. E- T- SANDBO, Prop. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. MRS. S. BERTELiSON, MIDWIFE, WILLMAR, MINN Graduate of the Royal Lying-in Institute. Copen haiten. Denmark. All call- promptly attend ed to. Residence on Becker Avenue MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— OLE J. BECK, P...

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 December 1895

I ». to J£ 1 1895 December. 1895 8u. Mo. Tu. We. 1 8 Th. 2 9 Fr. 3 10 Sa. 4 5 6' 7 11 15 22 ?^i 12 16 23 13 17 24 14 18 19 20 21 25 29 26 30* 27 31 28 HARRY HAYWARD'S SUSPENSION B*lieved I Will O car on Friday, Df» cember 13. ST. PAUL, NOV. 80.—The Daily. Globe •ays: Harry T. Hayward will doubtless be executed on Friday, Dec. 13—one week from next Friday. Governor Clough has not yet named the day of the hanging, but the conditions justify the conclusion that upon the day named will occur tho terrible sequ-1 to the most sensational and atrocious murder in the history of the Northwest. County Attorney Frank M. Nye is known to favor the 13th. That fact has been no special secret for some days. The governor has expressed a desire to consult with the county prosecutor be fore finally determining in regard to this matter? Mr. Nye will on Monday next visit his excellency, and imme diately after that conference the gov ernor will issue the order designating the date of the hanging. There ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 December 1895

lei 5i nt 'k-i" jfSs MINNESOTA 80ME STATtSTICS OF MINNESOTA RAILROADS FOR A YEAR. Many Applications for Few Plaeet as Summer Teachers—New Kind of Tront •t the State Hatchery—Mining Sta tistics. The new city hall at Appleton been dedicated. Duluth street railway men will have A co-operative grocery store and market. The Minnesota university foot ball teams cleared $8,500 daring the season. La Crosse, Winona and the Twin Cities are now connected by long dis tance telephone. The seventeenth annual convention of the Minnesota National guards will be held in St. Paul Jan 29. A meeting of the State Educational association has been called for Dsc 31. and Jan. 2, at the state capitol. President Cleveland has pardoned Zepherin Paquette, the Minneapolis man who has been in jail on the charge of illicit distilling. Several srloonkeepers of Waverly will have to answer to the charge of selling liquor to minors, three indictments hav ing been found by the grand jury. As a result of visits of gove...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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