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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 January 1900

TH€ MASTER. "There Is an artist greater far Than any child of earth, ,His touch made bright the Christmas star, And glorifies each mortal's birth "He draws the deep and vital lines On childhood's careless, face: On brow and lips he sets his signs. The hard-won battle's lasting trace. "He holds the throbbing heart of man In strong and tender hands He molds It as no other can, Until at last it understands. "And all who win on earth below. And all who losing, gain. Must, dying, all His beauty know, And bless the loving master Pain." —John Curtis Underwood, in Ainslee's Magazine SHE GOT THE PIANO. By Xennett P. Harris. »t"» vTTTTrTTTTirTTTirHrTnHHry WE don't get it this way I J[ don't see how we're going to get it at all," said Mrs. Bolcombe, refer ring to the new piano. it's quite likelv," replied her hus band, as he bent down to lace his shoes. "I don't quite see the necessi ty of getting it at all mj self." "You don't! Why, James Bolcombe, if you've complained about this one once you...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 January 1900

«B r\ '•M1 SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Events that Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Fast. SWEDEN. An old woman living all alone in a hut in the forests of Bjorsater parish was found dead on the floor of her hut a few days before Christmas. The rest of the inmates of the hut, a cat and some chickens, had eaten off the flesh from her face and hands to sat isfy their hunger. The unfortunate woman had repeatedly been offered a place in the parish poor-house, but she refused to leave her hut. The prices of live stock was very low in southern Sweden last fall be cause many farmers were compelled to reduce their stock on account of the deficiency of the hay crop. Cows in a fairly good condition brought only $10. Recently the prices hate com menced to advance. The volume of the Christmas trade was about as large as usual. Extensive cavalry maneuvers will take place in Hollan...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 January 1900

J"" igA "Don't yon remember one day back in '81 or '82 a man came to your house and told a story about his wife and child having been burned to death in a tenement fire in New York?" "Yes I begin to recall now," mur mured the bishop. The other man seemed to be interested. He ceased dig ging his stako in the ground and stood still, listening. "Do you remember how you took me into your own house that night and ppent all the next day trying to find me a job and how, when you succeeded in getting me a place in a warehouse as foreman, I promised to quit drinking because you asked me to?" "I remember it now," the bishop re plied gently. "I hope you have kept your promise." The man laughed savagely. Then he struck his hand against the fence with such sudden passion that he drew blood "Kept it! I was drunk inside of a week. I've been drinking ever since, but I've never forgotten you or your prayer. Do you remember, the morning after I came to your house and after breakfast, you had prayers ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

&fc S^1*-?*• "r pY 6a* MW*iC IF YOU MUST DKPIC.ND OM ARTIFICIAL AID TO KESTORE FAILING VISION WHY NOT HAVE THE BEST? Ii 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 a W in.-i'lay Wiiuiow triads, al Br-.s ,v OURS. NO EXAMINATION MOKE THOR OUGH. NO LENSES MORE PER FECTLY GROUND OR ACCURATE LY CENTERED-NO FRAME MORE CAREFULLY ADJUSTED. No Price Lower for Service Rendered "RLUND, Jeweler and Optician. LOCAL BREVITIES. a in stir tit a on \1 ee Peterso •jpenr, S with Mo'i'i friends. E Per,er-oa re a in to oh i-.la.y Iroiu ct bi ief visit tierr. Sta lligit ^v-ho-.d xainiu/tii n- are in eid al i.hc il gii S I week. 7 Miss -Stella ii eutertr.ii ed a few i( i.er freuil a a oirthiJ.-.y lar-t Sa a.-day. I .loliu ison went issel S a whe -i r.e e••nducied ser vices mi Stnalav Mr aaii M'-s. S .-ni ed trie "Joii.\ S :cte" at hoi.- '•••rue. MoPiDiy eveawe/ E ii !•('-v• n- :.t ^. •-in Thiil S a a ii ii A 1 a c. a 1\ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

ft if/J .Jtt'.i IF YOU MUST DEPEND OS ARTIFICIAL AID TO'RESTORE FAILING VISION WHY NOT HAVE THE BEST? 4* 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. F.vrraer*' instituN-* next Tuesday and Wednesday Window glass, all sizes, at Carlson Bros Front's ss Al:ce Peterson spent S W with Morris friends. J. J. Ekander trau« noted business in t.he cities the past we^k. Little Vera N-dson is just recover ing' from an attack of diptheria. Dr. C. E. Gerretson, dentist. Office in Mikkelson biock, Wilhnar. 22tf Miss Emma Person left last Friday for a visit, Wheaton fried*. Mrs. Thma- Osmon Ison lwft on Monday for her home in Virginia. Mrs. II inn ah Waters, of Lake E iz abcth, was here on business last ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

Ml I fillmnrJ ^rihum. TRIBUNE PIUKTING CO Publishers. -WILLMAR! MINN How are we to speak of this year briefly? Is it to be naughty-caught? Banks may fail occasionally, but no one comes along and lights files in them. They are at least better reposi tories for money than are stores, as has been demonstrated for the 3,896th time. The physician that had his diploma and necktie stolen on bis arrival in Chicago is in real hard luck. A roan may be able to piactice medicine with out a diploma, but the public insists on his having a necktie. In commenting upon the statement that the new lightweight champion boxer neither smokes, chews, drinks or swears, the Omaba Bee remarks that if he would cow stop fighting he might turn out to be quite a man. John Mefford, aged 75 ears, and Mrs. Thi3cie Sullivan, aged 84, were married in Gieenup, Kv., a few dajs ago. It as the fourth marirage for each. Mef ford remarked: "This is mj last mar riage." We should hope so. The old gentleman should give some o...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

fc *. T4 ITS CAUSE GOES BRAVELY MARCH ING ON TO VICTORY, While Liberty's Red-Mouthed Guns on Dis- tant Shores Hold the Imperial Invader at Bay—Echoes of State and National Politics—Score Another For Minnesota Grain Inspection and Grades—Twin City Political News—Nelson and John Good- now, and Dec Ames and the Veal Mar- ket—Work of the American League. Note and Comment of a Week. Reform Press Bureau, St. Paul, Jan. 22,1900. While Liberty's red-mouthed cannon are holding at bay the ruthless imperial invader of the South African republics, emphasizing the iniquity the Mc Kinley administration has been perpe trating in the Philippines in the now completed destruction of an infant re public, the armies of Americanism have continued to make good progress in the peaceful but no less momentous strug gle going on in the United States. Noth in like the deep earnestness now pre vailing with the united forces has ever been known in this state at this distance before the formal opening of a natio...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

t^ psp"»$yv?*i 1 S I O A N QR. C. JOHNSON, ^Pbgatriau and &urg*an, Calls answered promptly day "Or nisrht. When calling by Wire, give full name, town and section (orIf In village.give street), aud always say what sickness you think it Is. Then you will fret prompt and efficient sei vlco. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE on Second street. Telephone No. 33. Wlllmar. Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, ^linsircm and Surgnrn. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. QTFICE LEW 18 BLOCK, HES. PI EST WARD, Telephone No. 12? Telephone No. 1? WILLMAR. MINN A. F. MANTOR, E N I S WILLMAR MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, W I A I N N Office In Mlkkelson Block. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office In Ackrunan & Holt Buikliny WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. 8amuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, ATTORNEYS -A LAW. Office in I O.Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN A N S STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG. Prasident M. JORGENSON yice President JOS O....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

NJ^ ktv ft 11 A, pNaiceablfe, prosperous and law-abld nations of the earth, and nowhere is life and property better protected thau in our neighboring Repubuc REAPING THE HARVEST. •"'Ht'S? A fearful retribution has fallen upon a who S9ught its overthrow in the history I have juBt given. 'Th two on generals—Majir and Marion, who were the instruments in bringing about the invasion were shot as being traitors their country. They were execute with Maximillian us IX os his temporal power, shut himself uj. in the a an and died broken-hearted. is representative in Franc fell into disgrace and com mitted suicide. Empress Eugenia of France lost her throne, her husband and her son and is living in exile in England N a on lost his throne after leading hia country to the most humiliating defeat that that nation as ever experienced, and lo-u the great prestige that his uncle had won, and died in exile. Isabell a of Spain lost her throne, and is livin? in exile. Empero a an was executed as a commo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

i'M S»«^ fi jMtTCHO. JC [Gopyrlgtrt. isgB. fey J. P. Lloplncott Co.] X£X.-~CONTHTCd, Harold Beach had been induced by a confederate officer much older than himself to go with him in disguise into the union lines at Knoxville for the purpose of making a drawing of the defenses. Having completed the work, $ the officer shifted the plan from him self to Harold, both succeeded separ ately in leaving Knoxville, and'Harold, resuming his uniform, was making his way southward when he was taken ill. Being near home, he sought refuge with his mother and sisters, reaching the plantation but a few minutes before us the day we first met Margaret., The first knowledge she had of his presence was seeing his face at the window. Hearing a searching party coming up the stairs, Harold escaped through the trap, climbed down a brick chim ney, and, dodging between rooms be low, easily avoided searchers who had not his intimate knowledge of the house. That night Margaret per suaded Harold to permit her to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

It* 7, I », Hv Jrft iff \f ad a he a a of ad a in I iv A a re iv re a a a a a a a in 2 5 A a A a Bill, at is a political love feast? W it is a lot of politicians together and pledge themselves to keep outsiders from getting on to their scraps."— Indianapolis Journal W a N A a a I the title of an illustrated pamphlet giv in detailed information relative to the min in region of N Arkansas conceded by experts to be the richest zinc and lead mining district in the world. Thi district, practically undeveloped, offers investors t)he opportunity of a lifetime. he pamphlet will be mailed free. Addres Loc wood a as City, Mo A N Customer—M room is full of rats, and Clerk—Yes, sir a bro or strychnine?—Philadelphia Press re a Cold a O S a a a a iv Quinine Tablets A is if it a to cure. 25c. A bachelor says that id be cause of the loss of a husband, because of he lack of one.—Chicago Dail N he an oh as in to do clip coupons cuts quite a figure.—Chicago Dail N 44 W Rtvtniblo LlNEHE" Collars & ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

I- IN HISSTEPS "lUltfit niauM ^testis ga?" By GKAULEL& JVi. SilELEG?4. LCopyrighti by Ad id publisiie in I'u.oi-U:,iy CV. would do tenement property if h« owned it Chicago or any other grat city of world? Any man who can imagine any true answer to this question can easily tell what Clarence Penrose began to do. Now. before that winter reached its bitter climax many things occurred the city that concerned the lives of ail the characters in this history of the dia ciples who promised to walk in his steps It chanced, by one of those rtunar able coincidences that seem to occ .r preternattirally. that one afternoon, jr.st as Felicia came out of the settlement with a basket which sh» was going to leave as a sample with a baker in tie.-? Penrose district. Stephen Clyd- open 1 the door of the cr.: .: shop iu i« basement and canu door in time to reached the sidewalk. "Let me carry your basket, please he 6aid. "Wh do you say 'please?' Felicia, handing over the basket W said Stephen turnin...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

s"*K ,,_ U" \ii ti•|,CY»|yrighhd fond piiblUUfr^tf bo{& Ibi y^-0" ti.e Adv.'Mic I'uuti-Uiug Oo. Cuiett£ ff& ""Tar answer both Dr Brnce and the Mshop put on their overcoats and went «nt with* him to the home of the dead nan's family This was the beginning ef a new and strange life for Clarence Penrose. From the moment he stepped into that wretched hovel of a home and faced for the first time in his life a de spair and suffering such as he had read of. but did not know by personal con* ?.% tact, he dated a new life (t would be another long story to tell how. in obedi W'',before at in leave as a sample with a baker in th* Penrose district. Stephen Clyde open"! the door of the carjifwn* shop in tae basement and came out of the lower door in time to meet Felicia as she reached the sidewalk. "Let me carry your basket, please. he said. "Why do you say 'please?' asked Felicia, handing over the basket "I would like to say something else. replied Stephen, glnncing at her shj '.r and y...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

tVhr«UKdEKW *^?a**Tr «ftj^J3™5E5il ?RABLE BOAR COUNTY, MINNESOTA: ^Earne L. Norin, County Treasurer jiuajty revenue fund BT3?entLtax collection fund is a at ax collection fund 9m"&&emmn fund fcty road and bridge fund ty ditch fund, contingent fund |at»Tevenue?-|ana mai. land mWlana kerjity lanflfiund Ity'curreritschool fund •4. jiwJed road NQ» 1 fund sqhctol district funds JTATEMEHT ance on hand Jan. i, 1899 $ 27,397.92 BECEIPTS. ty revenue-.. 1,900.04 nt tax collections quent tax, collections rte redemption ty roacUandbridge $ 4 tycontingen t^revenu rftaLland}, ool lan$i e. institution land inheritance tax Internal improvement land University 1 a Coiuxtiy current school Stfkte current school to* _,_ 6ribQtedaMa»(fli settlement $18,710.98 E tributed Jufis settlement 41,967.28 Dfc tiributed N settlement 6.599.48 Qr \oat erred to delinquent tax fund... 8$12.67 & rounded 18.41 *,' PA ance on hand 7,602.73 pu*^^ ancial Statement -OF- diyohi County, Minnesota -FOR THE- ear En...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 January 1900

,-,, ,*-"-' •"f •.i,»iniiiu T. Rykken E C. Rasmusson. a "5?^?^Si«5?!" BIBTHS AND DSATHS. E. Q. Ereemaa 1 j-JJJ Geo. W. Hwfelton ,.. &« E S.SmithSOtt 1.W Olof Mftttson ^"*lS* JH.F.Uruss ^.W J.J. Week S J.G.Peterson *.» -H.P.£ofgreB. J. G. liana O.J. Boom Reier Thorson John Lundquist Peter Hagen Henry Boelofs J. A. Masters 3.6A 0 D. Hagenstlen. Peter Felt 2-80 Geo. P.Jones go M. A. Scbolz J-52 X..P.Owre 4.00 7.00 4.50 2.75 4.00 5.35 6.75 J. P. Romness Price "0 T. Skindelien 8- 5 a in A W Emerson 275 J. Peterson Dr Archibald G. J. Boo J. G. Porter .. Joh Porter Samuel Osmundson Olof Mattson Hage S. Roelofs L. P. Owre K. T. Rykken. 5.25 50 2 75 2.25 100 25 £0 50 25 2.00 B. S. Covell, postage and tele phone messages for 1898 6.25 A. E. Rice, one-half interest in spraying outfit 22.00 J. G. Peterson, bringing election returns 4.40 $1,086.44 Recapitulation of the Disburse* men te ol tue County venue Fund* Salaries of county officers....$7,542.76 Fees of county officers 2,240.73 Per die...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 February 1900

SfrSBW Vol. 5. it- it, .3C £H te- H'.'i'' lit' SALE WILL BEGIN SATURDAY, 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 QR COMFORT OR SAT ISFACTION THAN O S NO EXAMINATION MORE THOR OUGH. NO LENSES MORE PER FECTLY GROUND OR ACCURATE LY CENTERED—NO FRAME MORE CAREFULLY ADJ-USTFD. No Prices Lower for Services Rendered. WENNERLUND, Jeweler and Optician. LOCAL BREVITIES. I Guy S. Thorson left last Thursday for Glenwood. Window glass, all sizes, at Carlson Broa. & Frost's. Concert this evening by the WILLMAR ('Lyric Ladles of Chicago." Frank Strecker transacted business in the cities last week. E. J. Buholz of St. Cloud was in our city last Thursday. O. A. Jacobson left yesterday for a trip to Eau Claire, Wis. JS M. W. Bpicer made a business trip to the cities last Friday. C. F. Anderson of Kandiyohi was.a Wilimar visitor over Sunday. C. E. Krause was ov...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 February 1900

iff 3| rt\\mnr ?i/T gErihwe. TRIBUXE PKINTIXU Co Publishers. WILLMAR" MINN A sense of not having lived in vain is a great comfort. A man in New York has just paid $1,710 for a British Guiana postage stamp of the first issue of 1850. The late earthquake in Mexico was probably a rebound from the jar the country sustained when one of its citi zens announced that he would be a can didate against President Diaz. There are now 71C rural free-deliv ery routes in the country, and in nearly every case they have added to the de partment's income and reduced its ex penditure in that particular district. In the last two years the geograph ical knowledge of newspaper readers has undergone a lively expansion. The maps grown familiar reach from Porto Rico to the Philippines, from Skaguay to Potgieter's Drift. During the year 1899 a total of 21,000 persons were placed on the "missing" list and have never been heard from. The Chicago Tribune suggests that per haps a few of them have wandered over in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 February 1900

3 *. SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. In Principal Events that Have Occurred the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Past. Count Douglas was compelled to re sign the portfolio of foreign affairs of Sweden (and, de facto, of Norway), because he persisted in refusing to en dorse the policy of the king, in enforc ing the Norwegian flag law. Baron Lagerheim, the successor of Count Douglas, has just entered upon his du ties. It is interesting to see the views of the new minister on the union question, and we quote him from an interview in Verdens Gang: "Solidar ity in everything pertaining to the re lation of the kingdom to foreign pow ers and government authorities seems to me to be not only an actual, but also a constitutionally established fact. By agreement between the two kingdoms, any changes whatsoever, may be made in the present solidarity, but without the consent of both king doms no change can be mad...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 February 1900

I tJZ*^$ I I I A N S QR. C. JOHNSON, ^hgsiriau and Sargsmt, Calls answered promptly day or night When calling-by wire, give full name, town and section (orif in village,give street).and always say what sickness you think it is. Then you will get prompt and efficient ser vice OFFICE AT RESIDBNCB on Second street. Telephone No. d3. willmar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Tligstrcitt and jfctrgeim. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. OFFICE LEWIS BLOCK. RES FIRST WABD Telephone No 122 Telophone No. 1? WILLMAR. MINN A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR. MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, W I A I N N Office in Mikkelson Block A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office In Ackerman & Holt Building WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, Office In I Olson Block, WILLMAR MINN A N S STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BKOBERG President JOBOENSON .vice President JOS O. ESTBEM. Cashier Organised Dnder the State...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 February 1900

is 1' 81 I'^Si PRINSBURC, Feb. 3. Rev. H. G. Knott died last Tuesday, aged forty seven years and two months. His death came as a surprise. The sickness originated from pimple on the upper lip, which developed into a carbuncle, and at last the inflamation spread to the brain, causing death. The funeral took place February 2. Rev. Farrly from Renville and Rev. Page from Raymond spoke at the home of the deceased. A large num ber of friends followed the remains to the Roseland church where funeral services were performed by Revs. Farrly and De Groot. It is encourag ing to see the brotherly feeling that prevails in the neighborhood. Friends and neighbors have paid the funeral expences, also promised the bereaved family substantial aid in taking care of tne farm, which is a noble evidence of the prevailing spirit of practical Christianity. The Prins burg Union Society and Sunday School feel the loss very keenly. Rev. Knott has been an earnest and faith ful worker. With "malice for none an...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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