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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 January 1900

'L 1 TRIBUNE PKINTWG CO Publishers. ?S WILLMAR. MINN .' Uncle Sam's new refrigerator at Ma nila will be a building 250 feet square and 45 feet high. In addition to pre serving rations it will produce daily 50 tons of ice and 6,000 gallons ot distilled w~ter. It is said the oleomargarine facto ries have driven 4,300,000 cows out of business. Between tbese and tbe pump it begins to look as though bossy would soon have nothing to do but lie in the shade and ruminate. An automobile enthusiast made- the trip between Boston and New York, a distance of 251 miles, in 17 hours, one day tbe post week. The trip cost him 45 cents for gasoline, or a little more than one-sixth of a cent per mile. A dispatch from Vienna says that the government is fearful that the country will be depopulated by the em igration to America. From one county alone 6,500 men have started for this country during the past 11 months. A Brooklyn man claims, to have in vented a boat that vtill cross the ocean in three days....

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 January 1900

&M99* rf THE MONEY SITUATION. Bren New York Admits the Country Has Outgrrown the Volume of Money. In a time when the country is ha rassed by a vexatious war tax, which creeps into every home in the land, the secretary of the treasury sends $25,000,000 to New York for bond re demption. We might dwell upon the policy which leads to the redemption of bonds before they are due with money so obtained, or we might make much of a policy which makes the national government a mere annex to a local gathering of money changers, but passing these points of contest by, it is sufficient to direct at tention to the proof which this action gives that there is not a sufficient vol ume of money with which to carry on the trade of the country. To be read in connection with the foregoing, is the following business explanation of the situation: "The president of a New York trust company said to me the ether day that the business of this countrj HAS OUT GROWN THE VOLUME OF MONEY," remarked Vice Presi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 January 1900

.» ~m I & AND. LARSON. President. «8U 4 firffet. 3 QR. C. JOHNSON, 'Jails answered promptly day or nltf'it. When callingby wire, give full name, town and section (or It in villa^re.give street).« ad always say what sickness you think to. Then yon will got prompt and efficient ser vice. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE on Second street. Telephone No. 33. WUIraar. Minnesota. DR- w. E. MACLAUGHLIN, ^ligstcian and S-argwrn. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House 'Physician, St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OFFICE LEWIS BLOCK. RES. FIRST WABD. Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 17. 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 Build! up. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, iT ht S I I A N S ±&IK fl770FWEY3 Rj LAWculation Office in I. C. Olson Block, WILLMAR, MINN. A N S STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBER...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 January 1900

m: SteA^n fe *-, LVM- Dr. Ward's Vegetable Anodyne Liniment. he a me that has been sold to $ you in this county for the past a by a and others on its own ^"merit and has always stood the Call at the house in block south of Oflice, re A fl. Pike, he General Agev*, for this coun ty, lives. Or in from he medicine wagon that will call on you each year, that the trade mark Dr W a is blown in the bottle that it is a in W in a by the J. R. W a in Medica Company and will be disappointed with what buy Li iment a W re Embrocation Carbo Salve, Stic Salve Condition G^n an dra for the Blood, Oriental N Tonic, Carminativ Cough S p, a a he Tablets Pills, Koot and Her Tea Extracts, or Spic moostf- Candles Nothing else adds go much' to the charm of the drawing room or bondoir as the softly radi ant light from CORDOVA Candles. Nothing will contribute more to the artistic success of the luncheon. tea or dinner The best decorative candles for the simplest or the most elaborate function—for cot tape or ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 January 1900

tt MITCMEU {Gjpyrigfct, i&>3, ty P. Upptocntt Ca] .XV. -H'' jf *"r A FASCINATINQGAMEr "Gone up," I muttered,, and pay hear sank within me. I,was about to reply to the challenge, when Plunk took the words out of my mouth, and sang out, In excellent southern lingo: "Hain't got no time to stop, stran ger got to git through right off. Ben ter the medical officer of the army fo* quinine sick man waitin'." "Corporal pf the gyard!" sang out the voice that had stopped us. We heard somt one brushing through the weeds that lined the road, and presently saw a figure coming on foot. By this time we noticed that the challenger was mounted, and we knew that the force was composed of cav alry. "Who's thar?" from the eorporal. Plunk replied that we were two men and a gal, and repeated what he had aaid to the picket. "All right come on.** I was about to propose that we de cline the honor and go by another road, when the madness of such it method struck me besides, I had promised to let Plunk ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 January 1900

& .* ^JWlfrf Many Pages Added to the World's History in 1899. 4ti Some of he Leading: Feature*—Events P% «.t me a Abroad—Notable f^fifc Deaths—Dlsaaters, Murders, h$%P a X-jk'^. !jt- _, 'H The year 1899 will always be memorable 1 as that in which the Spanish-American war was officially closed and the Filipino insur rection reduced to a mere disorganized guerrilla warfare, with its leader a fugi tive. On the first day of the year Spain relinquished its authority in Cuba and the United States assumed control. The peace ,1* treaty was sent to the senate three days later, and February 6 it was ratified.. April 11 ratifications were exchanged with Spain and peace proclaimed. The work of politi cal reorganization in Cuba has progressed satisfactorily. The history of the revolt of the Tagals, under the leadership of Aguinaldo, against the sovereignty of the United States is em braced within the period of the old year It had its incipiency in the refusal of the Insurgents to surrender H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 January 1900

1 ft* tOOMIYlC0lll(IIS81flHERfe« Proeeeding* of the County Board at YV' AUDITOR'S OFFICE, JAN. 2,l9ob. The Board of County Commission era met in regular session'pursuant to law. Present:* ^Commissioners Smithson, Haines, Quist, Reigstad and Feig. A Meeting was called to order, afte Which C6mmissioner A. J. Smithsou was, upon motion, elected chairman of the board for the ensuing' year. Petition of Martin Anderson pray ing to be set off from School District No. 79 to School District No. 08, which was set for hearing at this session of the board, was taken up for final hearing, proof of posting and serving of hotiees filed, was pub licly read, after which interested part ies present were heard relative to the matter. After due consideration by the board the petition was upon mo tion granted and the following order thereupon issued: ORDEm SETTING OFF LEGAL VOTER Fro One School District To Another. Whereas, The petition of Martin Anderson a legal voter, freeholder and resident of School ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 January 1900

w—i^p k" Eyesi I YOU MUST DEPEND ON \RTIFICIAL 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. I LOCAL BREVITIES. TEMPERANCE MEETING. A temperance ma*s meeting will be held at th* Bonde Hall next Sunday (Jan. 21) afternoon at 3 00 o'clock State Supt Richard Battey of tho State League, is expected to be pres ent and address the meeting. All are invited. E JOHNSON, E. E GYNILD E A NELSON. Window glass, all sizes, at Carlson Bros & Frost'* Mrs. A. VanDvke visited Minnea polis friends the past week Dr C. E. Gerretson, dentist. Office in Mikkelson block, Willmar 22tf For reliable fii insurance as cheap as any, see B. T. Oto*, in TRIBUNE building 16tf Station At...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 January 1900

2s., I O N PRINTING CO., Publisher*. W I A MIN N JANUARY—1900, §j San. Mon. Toe. Wed. st 22 23 24 2 8 A the men have come to congress this session for their first term is Delegate Pedro Perea, of Ber nalillo, N M., who is one of the wealthiest ranchers of the southwest. is a man of middle stature, has sparkling black eyes and in many re spects looks like a Spaniard. Hi fam ily is one of the oldest in N Mexico. It will be four years next summer since the discoveries of gold in the Klondike region excited the whole country, and just to show what the enterprising pioneers have accom plished in this brief space of time it is announced that the White Pass & Yu kon railway will probably be opened next June, in which case it will be pos sible to make the whole trip from Taiya to Dawson by rail and boat. There has certainly been some tall hustling done. he part of the twentieth annual report of the government geological survey, which deals with the mineral resources of the country, just...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 January 1900

I [GonrUcM. iSpl. by J. P. Upplncott Co.]. XVI.—CONTINUED. "Jtow, see here," I said with a cer tain composure that would occasion ally surprise me by breaking the rapid current of impulse within me, "we must lay a plan. It won't do to go blind any farther. What do you propose, cor poral?" "You and the young lady git overthe river, find a nigger's cabin, and hide till to-morrow night." "That's your plan Miss Beach, what's yours?" "If we can find a boat, we had better go up the river. When they come here they'll probably think we have crossed. At any rate, there will be three ways for them to track us—across, down and up the river, and they won't know which we have taken. If we can reach Doughty's ford, where we crossed when we came, we will have a straight road home." "But we must leave our horses, and we'll need them when we take to land again." "I can walk from the upper ford," said Margaret, "if we can only get there I've walked there and back from home often. It's only five miles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 January 1900

gk S I I A N QR. C. JOHNSON, ^Plrgatrum rmrl Surgeon, Oalls answeicd promptly day or night When calling by wire, srlve full name, town and section (or if in village.give street), and always say what sickness you think it i* Then you will get prompt and efficient set vice. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE on Second street. Telephone No. 33 willmar. Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Vhvsitmn nnd jfargeim. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician, St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. OffFIOE LEWIS BLOLk. m.8 VIRS1 WAHt. Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 17. 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 Ackenuan & Holt Building WILLMAR/ MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, Office in I C. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN A N S STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBEKG President M. JORGENSON vice Piesldent JOS O. ESTREM Cashier Organized Cnder the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 January 1900

jv^k !L*. •ft ib4*,\ Four Free Leefcerea^^ftS^' At Bonde's a Willmar, on the even ings of Thursday, Fri day, Saturda and Monday Jan. 25, 26, 27 and 29, 900, by PROF. G. MORRIS, S GraduaTe and Fellow of the a Weils American In- stitute of Pnrenology, New York. —TOPICS HOW to read character by the head, face, form, walk, gestures, hand shake, dress an" hand writing. Training of children, choice of pursuits, or what can I do best? Who may-and who may not marry. Lectures illustrated by 1,000 good, bad, wise, and other wise men, women and children. Horses, dogs, and birds. Also 24 skulls 14 human, 16 animal, and 4 birds. Free public examinations of men, women and children on the platform at the close of each lecture. Private examinations in his rooms at the Commercial Hotel from 1 to 6 each afte noon. Practical scientific advice on health, education, business adoption and mar riage: oral, 50 cents with marked book chart, $1.00, $1 50 and $2 00 Many in Minneapolis and St. Paul have beon h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 January 1900

Wmar «fflribim TRIBUNK Puixrisro Co, Publishers. WILLMAR" 7 MINN~ THE SONG OF HOPE. I journeyed In a pleasant land Where fields were green and broad The winding streams were limpid and Sang praises unto God, And here and there an orchard bloomed And gladdened every breeze, And many a graceful gable loomed Above the nodding trees, And many a flock and many a herd Grazed there on mead and slope, And from the throat of every bird Arose a song of hope. I hailed a toiler In his field: "Your grain is high," I said, "And happiness abides with you"—but lo! he1 shook his head, And leaned upon his hoe a space and an swered: "No, for she That I would have to share my lot is not, alas, for me!" I journeyed down a quiet way and stopped to rest me where Red roses bloomed and children played, but discontent was there. "My crops are fair," the master sighed, "but Brown's are better far, And I would live up in the town where wealth and splendors are." I greeted Brown with words of cheer he turned an...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 January 1900

fe 4* IN^ANQUET HALLS. Win. J. Bryan and Governor Lind Address the Democracy of Minnesota. Bryan Discusses National Issues. Lind Confines Mostly to State Matters. he members of the fusion forces of he state fiilled the exposition building1 in Minneapolis full to overflowing the night of Jan. 10 to greet W. Bryan, later the banquet hall at tha Wes ho tel as fiilled where Mr. Brya and Gov. Lind were the guests of honor. Mr. Bryan spoke as follows Mr. Toastmaster and Gentlemen: I have listened with profit as well as with pleasure to the speeches which have been made tonight, and as I heard your governor delivering that touching appeal I wondered if that speech could be made to the people of this state and made in vain, it would be a reflection upon the intelligence, the honesty, the purpose and the patriotism of the people of this state to believe that John Lind could make that speech throughout this state, and yet be defeated for any office for which he was a candidate (Loud applause ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 January 1900

*$ TEMPERANCE COMMENT. llted by tuePress Superintendent of W. U. T. U. of Wllfmar.l the "The cause of Home Protection will conquer by and by, And see its glad fruition in a glorious victory, A victory full of blessing, ot joy and peace and light, When the hearts of men are holy, and theA homes of earth more bright Home Protection cometh by the people's choice, Let us lend a band to bring it, and in its Joy rejoice." I*" If a Christian man or woman give to home or foreign missions, church erection, work among the freedmen or poor whites of the South, Sundaj Schools, city evangelization, the poor, or any other cause the larger share of the time and money which he or shepelago, devotes to philanthrophy and religion, no reasonable.person complains. Has not the time come when those upon whose hearts and consciences God has laid the temperance and prohibition cause should also say "This one thing I do?" Such single-mlnded ness, so far from bringing criticism upon us, would, we believe, be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 January 1900

ii^vK $*ȣ A A. IF YOU MUST DEPEND ON ARTIFICIAL AID TO RESTORE FAILING VISION WHY NOT H.WE THE E S 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. Concert next Tuesday night. Come to the Farmers' Institute. Mr D. Abbott of Irving was in town on business Monday. Dr. C. E. GerreTson, dentist. Office in Mikkelson block, Willmar. 22tf Miss Cora Lee of Montevideo is vis iting with A. H. Pike's. P. W Minton made a business trip to Browns Valley Saturday. Miss Clara Anderson returned on Friday to her home in Chicago, Window glass, all sizes, at CarlHon Bros. & Frost's. Jacob Nelson entertained a few of his gentlemen friends lastFriday even ing. John FoMherif is able to be out again, after a sev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 January 1900

-4-~ ?//m#r ^fflribnne. I N E N I N CO Publishers! WILLMAR~ I N Th silk worm has a rival. A factory in Woolston, England, is said to be turn in out an artificial bilk that can scarce ly be told from the genuine. Th United States annually pro duces more than two-thirds of the corn crop of the world. Hungary is the sec ond largest corn producer and produces about one-twentieth of the world's an nual corn crop. It is just 20 years ago that Edi son gave the first public exhibition of his incandescent light in his labora tory at Menlo Park, which led to the establishment of the first system of electric lighting ever established. Brazil's minister of finance has been ordered to burn $2,000,000 of paper money every week until an entire issue of $50,000,000 has been consumed. This will be one of the largest practical ap plications in history of the old phrase, *'money to burn." An exchange is trying to get up a controversy over \he grammatical con struction of the phrase: "The United States...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 January 1900

i-tf (Copyright, i6g8, by J. P. Llpplncott Co.] XVII.—CONTINUED. We both sprang to our feet. "Come," exclaimed, and started across the creek to take the road leading up the hill. "Where are you going?" asked Mar garet. "To the crest of the hill." "We can't go that way we would strike the confederates. We must take to the creek to evade the dogs." Dashing into the stream, walking in Bhallow water, we had not gone far when the baying of hounds behind us had grown so much nearer that we stopped and looked at each other in dismay. •'Leave me," said Margaret, "and—" "Save myself? No, no set your wits to work, Margaret. Find a ruse to thwart them." "There's our chance," she exclaimed. A hundred yards ahead a tree had fallen, its branches lying in the creek, its base resting on its stump some 50 feet from the margin. "You're right," I cried, delighted "we'll break the scent." On coming to the tree, we climbed into its brancnes and worked our way along, risking a fall every minute—for whene...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 January 1900

»$ St K* 8 I O I A N S «fc* R. C. JOHNSON, WM^j VUvsxt'mn mtd gtrcgHmJ 'Jails answered promptly day or nU.ht When calling by wire, give full name. tu\«n and petition (orlf In village, give street). *ud always say what sickness you think Is 's Then you will get prompt and efficient x vlce. OFFICE A¥ RESIDENCE on Second stieet. Telephone No 3 Willmar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIIM, Thssician and Sargwrn. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician, St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. OI-FICfc LKWIS BLOCK. RES. MUST WARD. Telephone No. 123. Telephone No. 17. 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 Ackerraan & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, ATT0RMEY8 KJ LflW. Office in I O. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN A N S STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG President M. JORGENSON vice President JOS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 January 1900

I %#-vl fC*FT^^Wftr Eagl« Laka. Vf- «*'/. »t KOLLEVSON Gome here, my little Wide-awake, And listen to what Eagle Lake Told me one starlit morning: I'll tell it as I heard it then. And you may ask your questions when The tale has told its warning. There happened once upon a When Indians sang a merry chime, '',. And happy thoughts came stealing— That through the woods, with lovers' aehe Came Little Crow to Eagle Lake To court Winona's feeiing But she said "No." and then grew sad, While fie depaited raving mad And swore A pale-face, sure, is in it'"— And so in eighteen sixty-two lie told his braves what they must do To press his suit and win it Then came a time of bloody fight The Indians yelled by day and night, But soou there came a veto The Sioux war ended by and by And thirty-eight were doomed to die By hanging, at Mankato And now the Indians all are gone The watching eagle westward flown But nest and elm remaining, The lake lies glitt'ring in the sun, And pleasure-seekers corno fo...

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