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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

&* At I The Cause of Free Silver. THE EQUALITY OF SILVER. Consrcns Cannot Make Demonetised Silver Dollars Equal to Stand ard Dollars. Ever since we have been able to ac quire any information upon the sub ject of the two great money metals, gold and silver have stood upon an equality as to value, with silver as the prevalent and desired medium of ex change in commercial transactions. Where one metal has largely exceeded the other in production, the surplus metal has invariably gone into the arts and the equality thus preserved. Since the discovery of America 1492, the world's production of gold and silver has been: Gold about $10,000, 000,000, and silver about $9,500,000,000. At the present time the entire money (coin) stock of the orld is practically equally divided between gold and sil ver being about $4,350,000,000 each. For the last 50 \ears the statistics show that the excess of imports over exports of gold and silver stand about the same. "When the enormous output of gold b...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

m. S I I A N QR. C. JOHNSON, tm^4 Calls answered promptly day or night. Wh|n catling by wire, give,full oaino, town and section (or If In"village, give street). and always say what sickness you think It is. Then you will get prompt and efficient ser vice. OFFICE AT UBS1DBNCB on Second street. Telephone No. 33. Wlllmar. Minnesota. QR. W. E. A A I N Tligstrian and Surgeon. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. OrMCE LEWIS BLOCK. R1SS. FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 1?. WILLMAR. MINN. A. F. MANTOR, iDENTIST WILLMAR. MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR, MINN. Office in Mlkkelson Block. A O N E OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office In Aokernian & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. BENJAMIN CASTBERG, NORSK ADVOKAT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office InMlkkelson Block, W LLMAR MINNESOTA Samuel Olson. Charles Jobnsoi. OLSON & JOHNSON, Office in I. O. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN. A N S STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBEKG...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

?fiv v, Dr. Ward's Vegetable Anodyne Liniment. 7- The same that has been sold to you in%is county for the past seventeen years by DeCamp, Pickle and others on its own merits and has always stood the test. Call at the house in block south of Post Office, where A. H. Pike, the General Age** for this coun ty, lives. Or when buying from the medicine wagon that will call on you twice each year, see that the trade mark Dr. Ward's is blown in the bottle that it is made in Winona by the J. R. Watkius Medical Company, and you will never be disappointed with what you buy, whether Lin iment, Barb Wire Embrocation, Petro-Carbo Salve, Stick Salve, Condition Powders, GenDeCan dra for the Blood, Oriental Nerve Tonic, Carminative Cough Syr up, Headache Tablets, Pills, Root and Herb Tea, Extracts, or Spic es, tf, Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, tbe case at our store. OVH NIGHT BELL will always srnn mon prompt and willing service when there is serious illness and necessity for promp...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

I •y.: IAMENTOFTHE *OLDYEAR* I LAS! my time ha nearly come: I'm weak and weary, and cold a numb, fjf^y\ And sad and sour, and cross a Slum, And the world looks dark and drear I'm short of breath, so I pant and wheese, And shiver and shake, and cough and sneeze My limbs creak mournfully in the breeze— For I am the poor Old Year. Twelve months ago I was young and fair I ruled the world with a regal air, And every one welcomed me, here and there. Without a frown or a tear. The boys and girls hurrahed for me, And I was as happy as happy could be The world around was fair to see— For I was the glad New Year. The merry thrush and the bold cuckoo Gave me a song and a welcome true The white puccoon and the violet blue Peeped slyly into my face The tulip gave her rich perfume, The larkspur waved her azure plume. The red rose opened her velvet bloom. My royal court to grace. The brooklet burst its icy bond, The fern uncoiled her greenest frond, The daisy waved her yellow wand, To give me welc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

& P\ ft fat *-!V!f«{P*i*if-«S COKIFIESSietaS [Copyright. 1898. by J. P. Upplncott CaJ CHAPTER XI.—CO:NTINUED. We kept still till they were out of hearing, then, took to the road again. As the pale face of Private Mello dew emerged from shadow to moon light I noticed that he was grinning. "What's the matter with you?" I asked, sharply. He made no reply, his grin subsid ing as if his lips worked automatically by some mechanical contrivance. I consulted with Plunk as to the pro priety of sending the man back, but Plunk agreed with me that we must have one man to carry the mess-kit, and I determined to keep Mellodew for the purpose. I was fully impressed with the cor poral's value as a skirmisher, and sent him once more to the front. TVe rode along the base of a chain of hills till we came to arise in the road which re vealed by the moon's light to the north the valley of the Tennessee, and to the east the Hiwassee, the two rivers joining their peaceful waters not far from where we ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

mm -.. i: By dHABLfe*M. 6JHELP0H. -.' •". -:$'•• ,:' ICdmrrichted attd published in bijiibk *i»•& by-the Advance- PobliJ»hia)HCo. of'ciitceg ,1 v-••••• gj-.'^^V -x O N I N E The bishop as soliloquizing now and it is doubtful if ho thought for the moment of his friend's presence. Fqr the 'first time there flashed into Bruce's mind a suspicion of the truth. W at it the* bishop should throw the weight of his great influence on the side of the Raymond movement! had the fol lowing of the most aristocratic, wealthy, fashionable people not only in Chicago, in several large cities. Wha if the bishop should join this IIQW discipleship! The thought was about to be followed by the word. Dr. Bruce had reached out his hand and, with the familiarity of lifelong friendship, had placed it on the bishop's shoulder and was about to ask him a very important question when they were both startled by the violent ringing of the bell. Mrs. Bruce had gone to the door and was talking it some one in the h...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

ft.-' I R:' INHISiSTBPS. -flllmt umnHJcsus $6? By CHABlfcs. M. SHELDON. LCopyriphted and published in book furj§ by the Advance Publish! ng\Co. of Ch1ca# .] O N I N E "The new discipleship means a crisis for yon in your work. If you keep this pledge to do all things as Jesus would do, as I know you will, it requires no prophet to predict some remarkable •hangos in your parish." The bishop looked wistfully at Bruce and then con tinned: "I fact, I do not see how a perfect nphearal of Christianity as we now know it can be prevented if theon ministry and churches generally take the Raymond pledge and live it out.'' He paused as if he were waiting for his friend to.say something,rto ask some question, but Bruce did not know of the fire that was burning in the bishop's heart over the very question that Max well and himself had fought out. "Now, in my church, for instance," continued the bishop, "i would be rather a difficult matter, I fear, to find Tery many people who would take a pledge...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

fHEN is as comes, And from the stee ples far and near' The bells are ring ing, and clear, To welcome in the birthday morn Of One in lowliest manger born, Who died for men, and reigns a King, All hearts take up the theme and sing As angels sang, o'er Bethlehem's hill, Be peace on Earth to Men good will, When Christmas comes. When Christmas comes, And holly hangs upon the wall Of lowly home and stately hall, Then men put by, for one brief day, The cares that frighten peace away, All thoughts that vex and festal cheer Comes in this best day of the year. To gladden hearts and homes, and make Man better for his brother's sake, When Christmas comes. When Christmas comes, We someway feel the whole world kin. Then friendship's fires are kindled in Cold hearts, whose doors have long been shut. "Come in!" rings out from hall and hut. "Come in, oome in this Christmas day— Put all old differences away. Join hands and hearts as all men should, In universal brotherhood, When Christmas comes." Whe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

W 'Atv¥&-1-, WILLMAR TRIBUNE. TRIBUNE POINTING CO. WILLMAR, MINN. Vol. 5. Dec. 27. 1899. No. 46. Some twenty years ago, I think it was. or, maybe something better, That first I took the liberty to know Tour residence, and bore'ybu with a letter. Tou never sent an answering line. I fear That your attentions may have been di vided I wonder did it never strike you queer. Our correspondence being so one-sided. Yet, of philanthropists you were the king You always managed, without word or warning, To drop in somehow, and to leave the thing (I fear I'd hinted for) on Christmas morn ing, May I that generosity abuse At this late date, by asking for another Wee, little present, of no earthly use To anyone—but just Priscilla's lover? Simply a little work (worse luck) of art Yet lack of it has threatened to undo me. In point of fact it's—well, Priscilla's heart. My very dear sir, won't you bring it to me? No need, of course, of mentioning It to her, (I own I find the idea somewhat shock ing...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

PAPA says at San ta Claus Is goln' to bring to me iother a a 'Christmas time. Anc And papa says at she Is beautilul and good and kind And says she hopes at I Will like her awful much and learn To love her by and by. My papa's often seen her, and He says her eyes is blue. The same as mine is, and her cheeks Has dimples in them, too, And she ain't more an half as old's My other mamma was, And papa says I ought to thank Dear, kind old Santa Claus. But I ain't glad, and I don't want No other mamma here I'd rather have him bring me back My own sweet mamma dear— My nice, good mamma that is gone So far—so far away— I'll write to Santa Claus to bring Her back to me to stay. THE LETTER. Dear Santa Claus: My papa says You're goin'to bring to me Another mamma, Christmas time, At's as sweet as she can be But I don't want no other one. Don't put her in your pack But please, good Santa, won't you bring My own dear mamma back? She said, before she went away, At she would take my hand And lead me o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 December 1899

ft* MEASURE OF S" ELLASLOVE. HE rendered unto him all day The good saint's due a is gratitude, And it warmth I'm free to say It put me in a jealous mood. So when she came to say: "Goodnight" And whispered in my willing ear, On tip-toe in her gown of white, Softly: "I love you, papa dear," "You love me, but how much?" I said, And after just the slightest pause She answered, pulling down my head: "I love you more than Santy Claus!" The day had been a happy one, As ev'ry Christmas ought to be There was no dearth of cheer nor fun And ev'ry bell pealed merrily. Those near and dear had said: "Good-will" In more or less substantial ways, And nothing in the guise of ill Had called for pity or dispraise. But Stella's bedtime hour by far The happiest was to me, because 'Twas then she found, my own bright star, She "loved me more than Santa Claus!" —Edward W. Barnard, in Judge. TEW\EAR!^ RESOLUTIONS FORMEK LSIE was sitting in her pleasant library, intently reading a neat typewritten list as lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 January 1900

te- r» t) I. IF YOU MUST DEPEND ON ARTIFICIAL AID TO RESTORE FAILING VISION WHY NOT HAVE THE BEST? THAT'S NONE TOO GOOD. THERE IS NO GLASS AND NO METHOD OF FITTING THAT CAN GIVE YOU MORE EASE OR COMFORT OR SAT ISFACTION THAN OURS. NO EXAMINATION MORE THOR OUGH. NO LENSES MORE PER FECTLY GROUND OR ACCURATE LY CENTERED-NO FRAME MORE CAREFULLY ADJUSTFD. No Prices Lower for Services Rendered. WENNERLUND, Jeweler and Optician. LOCAL BREVITIES. Lowest price clothing at John A. Weedaw's 37ft Window glass, all sizes, at Carlson Bros. &• Frost's. Miss A-iiy Han scoot returned to NorthuVUl Tuesday. Ole Hoy an spent New Years with Granite I'VUs relatives. Miss TiU'e Larson of Minneapolis is vioitin^ Willmar Mends. Mist- Margaret Haiey visited rela tives* in Minneapolis last week. Arthur Blomrren spent last week with a sifter living in Milaca. Otto Noren spent his New Years va cation at his old home in Cokato. Mrs. K. Harri* left, on Monday for a several days' visit in St. Paul. FOUND—A pac...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 January 1900

& Wmur SIsribnne. TRIBUNE 1'UIN TING CO Publishers. WILLMAR. MINN JANUARY—1900. Sun. Tue. Wed. Thur. 1 _2 9 16 23 30 _8 14 ~5 12 19 26 10 17 24 31 11 18 25 7? 22 29 128 20 & 27 The post office department now rules that female clerks in that department must resign when they get married. Even then they will continue to boss the males. A French scientist has just discov ered that some kinds of mushrooms afford a vaccine against the venom of snakes. But the Americans prefer a somewhat different remedy for snake bites. From one end of Japan to the other a child is treated as.a sacred thing, be it one's own or a stranger's. Each one carries its name and address on a ticket round its neck but should it indeed stra3 away from home, food and shel ter and kindness would meet it any where. There are times, sajs an exchange, \ihen it is positively dangerous to en ter a church. It is when there is a can non at the reading desk, a big gun in the pulpit, when the bishop is charging the cle...

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 January 1900

BK THE BITER BITTEN. Void Cobtrnctionlsts Defeated Their Own Game Features of Present Sitnatlon. The gold contractionists'have been defeated at their own game. The move ment to demonetize silver was insti gated and promoted by a combination of the world's great bond holders and creditors for the purpose of making money scarce and enhancing its pur chasing power, their motive being to enrich themselves unjustly at the ex pense of general society. They have no special love for gold because of its color or other qualities any more than they have for silver with them it is only a question of money supply. With .a contracting money volume and fall ing prices the purchasing power of the money that they receive annually as interest and the principal in which their bonds are to be paid is constantly gaining greater control over the prop erty, commodities and labor of the world. The first organized movement of modern times to demonetize one of the money metals culminated about a half century...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 January 1900

I' fc 6{r S I O I A N QR- C. JOHNSON, Vh^sxtmn rtttd Surr^on, Galls answered promptly day or night. Wben calling by wire, eive full name, town and suction (or If in village, give streetl. and always say .what sickness you think it is. Then you will get prompt and efficient ser vice, OFFICE AT XB9IDENCE on Secoud street. Telephone No. 33. Willnar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Vtigstrizm and Surgeon. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OrMCE LEWIS BLOCK. RES. FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 1?. WILLMAR. 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 Ackerman & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA Samuel Oison. AND. LARSON, President. ft* .' Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, «770RMEV S AT k-flW Office in I. C. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN. A N S STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETEB BROBERG. President. M....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 January 1900

w- Or, Ward's Vegetable Anodyne Liniment. The same that has been sc^d to you in this county for the past seventeen years by DeOamp Pickle and others on its own merits and has always stood the test. Call at the house in block south of Post Office, where A. H. Pike, the General Ager* for this coun ty, liVHS Or when buying from the medicine w,tgon that will call on you jvice'eaeh year, see that the trade mark Dr. Ward's is blown in the bottle that it is made in Winona by the J. R. Watkins Medical Company, and you will never be disappointed with wh it you buy, whether Lin iment, Barb Wire Embrocation, Petro-Carbo Sal^re, Stick Salve, Condition Powders, GenDeCan dra for the Blood, Oriental Nerve Tonic, Carminative Cou« Syr up, Headache Tablets, Pills, Koot and Herb Tea, Extracts, or Spic es, tf, rdova Candles Nothing else adds so mnehl to the charm of the drawing room or bondoir as the softly radi ant lijfht from CORDOVA Candles. Nothing will contribato more to the artistic success of th...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 January 1900

&& 1 ft, -4- I 7} •Mi mm CCosyrlght. 1898. by J. P. Llpplncott Co.] XII.—CONTINUED. The words were cut short by the tread of a horse's hoofs on dead leaves, and in another moment Margaret, her cheeks flushed with exercise, rode into the camp. "Why, general!'* she exclaimed, turn ing pale. The general stood looking at her coldly without speaking. "I—we—did not expect—" she fal tered. "Evidently not." "I got up early and rode to the house of some friends of mine—a union fam ily." "Probably with some such purpose as that with which you visited the con federates on a recent occasion." "For se\eral purposes. First, to ar range for a refuge in case of necessity." "And to tell the news?" The color came and went, but she proceeded: "To borrow some articles of clothing, for the weather is colder than when I left home, and to beg a little fresh meat for breakfast." She held up a dressed chicken. The general repressed an expression of impatient incredulity. "General," exclaimed Margare...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 January 1900

p. 1% &*. "4*4 & IJ* fk 1 rW HI?!! I the Is E Worse Than That Other Intolerable Nuisance, the Bustling- Man. If the busiest men and women were the greatest bustlers, plenary absolu tion might be granted them, but as a matter of fact bustlers are not the peo ple who get through an enormous amount of work, and live at a high pres sure when bustlers are busy it is gen erally either about other people's busi ness, or else about self imposed, highly unnecessary work. The bustling man is bad enough. We all know him, but we know also- the limitations of his bustle he begins early in the morning his shaving water and his boots cause as much fuss and commotion as if he were going to India or Australia, in stead of to the city, or, if he lives in the country, to a meet in the next par ish. Everyone knows there will be no peace in the house until he is out of it, and everyone resigns himself to his fate, and breathes a sigh of relief when the door closes on the bustler, and in wardly h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 January 1900

!K i^ s^ IKT I S 3TH3FS. 'jgpi By CHARLES M. SHELDON. tCopyrighted and published in b«ok foru liie Ad van Publishing Ci(. ut Chicago. [CONTINUED] So Hi a few weeks Rose and Felicia Hound themselves a part of the Winslow family in Raymond. It was a bitter ex perience for Rose, But there was noth ing else for her to do, and she accepted the inevitable, brooding over the great change in her life and in many ways adding to the burden of Felicia and her cousin Rachel. Felicia at once found herself in an atmosphere of discipleship that waa like heaven to her in its revelation of com panionship. It is true that Mrs Wins low was not in sympathy with the course that Rachel was taking, but the remarkable events since the pledge had been taken were too powerful in their results not to impress even such a worn an as Mrs. Winslow With Rachel Fe licia found a perfect fellowship She at once found a part to take in the new work at the Rectangle In tho spirit of her new life she msibte 1 upon helpin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 January 1900

IfMvVOl. O. Pur Coats—Black Dog Coats, BEST? Ulsters that we sold early in the season at our price now, Ulsters that sold for $10, now Ulsters that sold at $12, now UNDERWEAR £yes! IP YOU MUST DEPEND OX ARTIFICIAL AID TO RESTORE FAILING VISION WHY NOT HAVE THE THAT S NONE TOO GOOD THLRE IS NO GLASS AND NO METHOD OF FITTING THAT CAN GIVE YOU MORE EASE OR COMFORT OR SAT ISFACTION THAN OURS. NO EXAMINATION MORE THOR OUGH NO LENSES MORE PER FECTLY GROUND OR ACCURATE LY CENTERED—NO FRAME MORE CAREFULLY ADJUSTFD No Prices Lower for Services Rendered. WENNERLUND, Jeweler and Optician. LOCAL BREVITIES. B. S Covellmade a business trip to Atwater Monday. Miss Margaret Haley returned Sat urday from the cities A farmers' institute will be held in Willmar Feb. 6 tnd 7 &y A son was born to Mr. and Mrs ^Wm. Peterson last Friday. fA daughter was lorn to Mr. and Mr^. W. E. Boyd last week. Miss Effie Stansberry of Howard Lake is here to attend the Seminaiy Miss Minnie Roise gave a party to a numb...

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