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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 February 1900

.fc mwm% 7MI1U1EL (Opyrlgbt 1898. by J. P. Llpplncott Co.] XX.—CONTIXUKIJ. I followed him to the house, which I found filled with men. They were scat tered iu every apartment, in the halls, in the cellar, on the roof. It was plain that the general had caught the secret of HnraK's Beach's long-maintained doagmg. My heart sank within me. At last the boy must be trapped. Margaret would be vindicated, but her brother's arrest and the speedy punishment that would surely follow would be a terrible blow to her. The general walked rapid ly through all the rooms of the lower stories, but it was only when he reached the top floor that he began to hunt in earnest. Every room except the one in which Margaret had been placed was examined in every nook and corner. When we came to Georgia's room, I was surprised that she was not there. Mounting to the roof, the general or dered a man to thrust a saber tied to a guidon staff down the chimney. No one was found, and the searching party de scended to ...

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

it ^«s«i^4fe-S:?*-^^^ THE GRAIN GROWERS The Second Annnal Convention at Fargo is a Grand Success. Interesting Papers are Presented by the Leading Agriculturists of the North west. The Discussions were Very Interesting. The second annual convention of the Tri-State Grain Growers' Association opened at Fargo, Jan. 23. and made a most auspicious beginning by electing as presiding officer E.W. Randall, secretary of the Minnesota State Agricultural So ciety Maj. L. K. Fleming, Fargo, was made secretary. The opening invocation was made by Rev. Dudley, of the First Congregational church of Fargo. That congress should pay more atten tion toward encouraging the farmers of me united States and do less political wire pulling was the sum of Mayor J. A. Johnson's address of welcome. •u °x mer LIeut-G°v. Worst, president of the North Dakota Agricultural College, read the first paper, in which he set forth in strong terms the claim that agricult ural education and state prosperity are inseparably ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 February 1900

Wife' FIV EN UP iftt m* K. tS NX 3? I3S HIS STEPS. By CHARLES M. SHELDON. t•y Oopyrighted mi published in book form Hie AUMUIU. PuDh-iimg Co. o1 Chitugo.] [CONTINUED] ""Is it true," continued Henry Max well, and his fine, thoughtful face glowed "with a passion of appeal that stirred the people as they had seldom been stirred—"is it true that the church of today, the church that is called after Christ's own name, would refuse to follow Jesus at the expense of suffering, of physical loss, of temporary gain? The statement was made at a large gathering in the settlement last week by a leader of workingmen that it was hopeless to look to the church for any reform or redemption of society. On what was that statement based Plain ly on the assumption tfiat the church contained for the most part men and women who thought more of their own ease and luxury than of the sufferings and needs and sins of humanity How far was that true Are the Christians of America ready to have their disciple ship...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

—•Jm. Si If, P#s%fps?3?r#r fW^ipzf^ ~?-. CLEARANCE IN CLOTHING AND CLOAKS• BEGINNIN MONDAY, FEB. 12,1900 si?F SALE WILL BEGIN SATURDAY, III ^5 I have bought from the insurance companies a $7,000 stock at my own price, which will be sold at your price. The entire stock must be closed out before we open up a new stock of goods. Don't miss this opportun ity—perhaps the only chance of a lifetime for such bargains. People of surrounding towns should come early, before the stock is broken up. It will be money in your pockets to pay traveling expenses to come here and invest in the unheard of bargains I shall offer you. This is the stock of the well-known Wilimar Bazaar, slightly damaged in the recent fire, which will be dis jS? played in the OLSON BLOCK, on Third Street, formerly occupied by the I. C. Olson Furniture Company. *jgj This stock consists of Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Crockery and Glassware, S^ Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Jewelry, Shoes, Trunks, etc.* etc. Remember t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

I mt Ttllmnr %rihnnt* I N E PRINTING CO., Publishers. WILLMAR~ '. MIN N A attempt is being made to have the Massachusetts legislature annul the edict of 200 years ago banishing Roger Williams. I is not reported that Eoge is worrying about the matter to any great extent. he total corn pack of the United States last year as 5,250,920 cases, against 4,314,814 cases in 1898—the largest pack in the history of the na tion and an increase of 936,100 cases over the previous year. A Wisconsin minister, weary of many months ceaseless waiting, has brought suit to recover two unpaid wedding fees. The eager bridegrooms of this modern age should remember that, while couples a live on love, it is absolute ly necessary that the minister have at least one square meal per day A professional adviser of gives the following direction for ac quiring "a good facial expression:" "Blot every care from your mind and assume a placid, expressionless coun tenance, much like that of a bossy. The fancy that someb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

fea €G)WlWE$m®m$ [Copyright, 1898. by J. P. Lipplncott Co.] XXTT. A N OPPORTUNE ARRIVAL. There as a sound of high words in he hall he door as thrown open, and an old man it hair and beard as white as snow, ragged garments, and faded a hat, struggled past a sentry as endeavoring to hold him back, and rushed into the room. W all looked as tonished at an intruder showed so little deference lo the commander-in «hief. Th old an stood for a moment casting rapid glances from one to an other, evidently in search, then his eyes became fixed on Mellodew, from he first of the stranger's en trance had shrunk away, endeavoring to conceal himself behind the others, chattering and grinning like a fright ened ape. The old man tore off his hair and beard, revealing the features of Corporal Plunk. "You white-livered hound!" "Corporal Plunk!" exclaimed Marga ret and I at a breath. "Corporal," said Gen. Heath, "you are in the presence of the general-in-chief." Plun straightened up and brought his hand ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

'J iit fliWifrtr' A N S QR. C. JOHNSON, ^trgsictmt and &urgraitt CJalls answeied promptly day or night. When calling by wire, give full name, 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 AY KBSIDBNCB on Second tree Tele hone No. rf3 Willmar, Minnesota [)R. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Tlrgsirimi unA £urgemi. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician, St/Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OFFICE LFWIS BLOCK, RES. FIllST WABD, Telephone No. 122 Telephone No. 1? WILLMAR. MINN A. F. MANTOR, ENTIS W I A MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, W I A I N N Oflice Mikktlsou Block A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Aokci man & Holt Building:. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA Samuel Olson Chsu lo- Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, fl7J0RNEY8 R7 LflW. Office in O. Olson Block, WILLMAR MINN A N S STATEBANK OF NEW LONDON, PETER BROBERO President JORGENfc«ON vice President JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

•M\ '.( id* k\ ROSELAND. Feb. 5. Emil Anderson is agent for for cray on portraits. Emil is a bright young man, and will no doubt- push to the front. Chas. Sandberg of Willmar visited friends in Roseland Friday and Sat urday. O. N. Bengtson i*eturned on Monday from Minneapolis, where he acted as groomsman at the Hallquist-Leverent wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Lindblad and Gerty and Charley Johnson of Fahlun visited relatives here the past week. Mr, and Mrs. Aug. Anderson visited friends in Raymond a few days last week. Km MGCHEE. Mr. Fred Born6tedt is going to build a fine residence in the near future. Andrew Olson & Co. visited Lake Lillian last Sunday. The religious meeting in the Roae lillian schoolhouse last Thursday evening was not as well attended as usual, on account of cold weather. An old Swedish poet, Stjernhjelm, once said: "As the moon walks its given path in the heavens without car ing for the dogs that bay it, so does the righteous man go on doing his duty without car...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

IF" ACK'S grandpapa to grandmamma Once sent a piece of folly— 'Twas long ago, when he was "Jack," And she, of course, was "Dolly." Saint Valentine ln- rhyme He put within the letter, And even helped him choose the seal, Two hearts bound with a fetter. ""The rose is red, the violet's blue, Sugar is sweet, and so are you And Jack's papa sent to mamma! When he was just eleven, The same rhyme for a valentine, She being aged seven. The envelope was tinted pink. And up within one corner. With bow and arrows, wings and all, Sat Cupid, little scorner. "The rose is red, the violet's blue. Sugar is sweet, and so are you." And Master Jack shot out last night As swift as any rocket. But not before I caught a glimpse Of something in his pocket It was a letter—bless the boy!— And I knew in a minute, The next day was Saint Valentine's, And so, just what was in it "The rose is red, the violet's blue, Sugar is sweet, and so are you —Eleanor A. Hunter, in Golden Days SPINSTER'S &LENTINE. ITTL E J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

4 ifc SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Events tbat Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the ,. North Sea Within a Week or So Jnst Past. SWEDEN. It is very easy for the reindeer to find food (moss) this winter because there is so little snow in the moun tains. The managers of the Zenith oleo margarine factory in Malmo invited the women of the city to visit the fac tory and see for themselves that it is possible to make artificial butter without mixing it up with dirt and other foreign substances. The man agers had made preparations for giv ing a box of butter to each visitor, but the women rushed in by the thousand, exhausting the supply in a short while. The national government received almost $2,000,000 for timber cut on the public domain in 1899. It is expected that the riksdag in a few days will establish a new gov ernment department, that of agricul ture, by amending the constitution of Sweden to that effect. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

K^ffim I & $, WNF*»* Echoes Frotti 'IBe Practical Talks of the Efficient Corps of Institute Workers. The Institute held last week was the most successful of any ever held at Willmar. In the neighborhood of 800 farmers were in attendance and a great deal of interest was manifested. The conductors said, it was one of the fin eat gatherings they had addressed so far this season. W give below some of the points made in the discussion of the different topics. FEEDING DAIRY CATTLE. Mr. A. W. Trow, of Glenville, Minn., (Freeborn county) gave a talk on cow-feeding, in which he set forth the necessity of feeding at balanced ra tion. He argues, that the cow in giv ing milk at a profit, must have in her food the essential elements of milk and they in the correct proportion the same as the expert builder, must have the correct proportion ot lumber, brick, lime etc. in building a house. With hiiu, there will be but little waste and studious dairyman can feed with the same certainty of avoidi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

**iUii'"V» ar~| t&xa&m 1 STATE OY MINNESOTA, I N A E O O W N E A N E S I I O N TOWNSHIP OF ARCTANDER-,TOWN 121, RANGE 36. IngeborgBrubakken,nwMnwM 40 E. O. & 5 40 Martha Johanson.3 a is 11, 3 Hans Christenson, lots 5 and 6 of lot 4..: 13 1.11 Ole Simonson, sw»4 13 80 Hans Halvorson, 19 160 Halvor Negaard, nwM 30 160 Aamund O. Anderson, \vlA se}4 32 80 C. A. Syverson, se neM 36 40 TOWNSHIP OF BDRBANK, TOWN 122, RANGK 34. Nel L. Nelson, neM nwM 7 40 St. P..M.& M. Co.* nwM seM, 11 40 Amund Amundson, sYz seM sV3 swM 13 160 St. P..M.& M. Co.,nwMnwM 13 40 t,eM swM. 17 40 St. P..M.& M. Ry Co., nwM seM 17 40 nwM nwM 19 37.53 nwM neM 19 40 sw neM 19 40 E Kling, lot 3 20 28.40 St. P..M.& M. Co., seM nwM 21 40 Ole Olson, neM swM 21 40 St P..M.& M. Co.,swM s\vl/i 21 40 John Erlandson, swM hwM-—.- 22 40 Amund Hagen, seM seM 23 40 Christian Johnson, neM swMi 24 80 G. H. & A. J. Geer, seM 25 160 St.P.,M. & M. Ry Co., swM seM 27 40 sw}4 swM 27 40 seM swM 27 J...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 February 1900

Mid NAMB8 OF OWSBK8 OE IN WHOSE NAME ASSESSED, ,y, S iv is on of IF UNKNOWN 18 SO STATED, oevuxw TOWNSHIP OP ARCTANDER, Town 121, Range 86. neVinwU 11 121 36 40 E.O.Negaard neVinwU... TOWNSHIP OP BURBANK, Town 133, Range 34. John J. Stenbakken nwVi 11 Ole Olson part of nw% nw% 17 NelsErlckson eV&swWseft 18 Rasmus Danielson. w%swVise% 18 ErickKling lot3 OleOlson neftsw 21 Hattle P. McDermott sUneVi 3D TOWNSHIP OP COLFAX, Town 122, Range 35 Geo. Thompson ne\4nwV4 16 P. L. Peterson swViseW, 17 G. B.'Swenson partoflot6 31 P. A.Odell Iot4oflot7 31 Gust Holmgren lot8oflot7 31 SamuelPorter partn^nw 34 TOWNSHIP OF DOVRE, Town 120, Range 35. N. F. Nelson lotl6oflot3 13 Albert Grorufi lot31oflot4 13 Samson and Hanson Iot7oflot3 24 Hultgren and Robbins lot 1 of lot 3. Andrew Linman lot7oflot4 ou TOWNSHIP OP FAHLUN, Town 118, Range 34. Larson & Mattson lot 3 of se*4 23 D. McDermott lot 1 34 HenningS. Nelson wVanwUnwVi 36 TOWNSHIP OF GENNESSEE, Town 119, Range 33. HansJohnson se\4neVi 33...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 February 1900

5 fi '#. \*WMWMW^^ Defective vision may seem a small thing now, but the trouble which lies be hind is of such mag nitude that un less properly and promptly at tended to the results may be serious. "All things come to him who waits," does not apply to relief from trouble with vision—that does not come by waiting—trouble does. WE EXAMINE THE EYES FREE. WENNERLUND, Jeweler and Optician. LOCAL BREVITIES. Window glass, all sizes, at Carlson Bros. & Frost's Miss Mabel Poiter is suffering from an attack of pleurisy. Mrs. A. O. Sather entertained a few ladies last Wednesday. Chas. Nash will open up a cigar store in Minneapolis. G.,JP Karwand made a business trip to the cities Saturday. Miss Julia Ellington has recovered from her §eyere illness. Joseph Hendrickson of Benson was a visitor hpre last week. Mrs. J. W. Prye went to Kerkhqven Friday to visit relatives. Miss Tilda Blomgren returned last Wednesday from Minneapolis. Fop R^NT—Room* above telegraph office in Gilger Block WM. GILP^R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 February 1900

1 Wmnr^^ribime. & TRIBUNK PiJiNTixo CO., Publishers. Wll.LMAR~ I MINN Cripple Creek is still breaking the records. The output of gold in that famous district during the first month of the new year was $2,500,000. Our weather bureau service is to be extended by the establishment of ob servatories in all Mexican gulf ports between Tampico and Progreso. They will be under the charge of the weather officials at Galveston, Tex. It is stated by one of the Philadel phia papets that there is a man in that town who makes a good living by selling the labels of foreign hotel, railroad, steamship and express com panies to people who paste them on their baggage to create the impres sion that they have been abroad. The largest office building in the world is to- be built this season in New York city. The land upon which the great sky scraper will be raised is worth $2,000,000 and $4,000,000 more will be eaten up in erecting the build ing. In order to complete the site the company was obliged ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 February 1900

Something unusual was going on at division headquarters and the men in ,the nearest regimental camps, regular and volunteer, were "lined up" along the sentry posts and silently, eagerly watching and waiting. For a week rumor had been rife that orders for a move were coming, and the brigades hailed it with delight. For a month shivering at night in dripping, drench ing fogs drifting in from the Pacific, or drilling for hours each day on the bleak slopes of the Presidio heights, they had been praying for something to break the monotony of the routine. They were envious of the comrades who had been shipped to Manila, emulous of those who had stormed Santiago, and would have elcomed with unreason ing enthusiasm any mandate that bore promise of change of scene—or duty. The afternoon was raw and chilly the wet wind blew salt and strong from the westward sea, and the mist rolled in, thick and fleecy, hiding from view the familiar landmarks of the neighborhood and forcing a display of lampl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 February 1900

tVH*, 1 I! ?k S I I A N S QR. C. JOHNSON, Thgsircm and Sforgzmt, Calls answered promptly day or night. When calling by wire, (five full name, town and section (or If in village, give streets and always say what sickness you think it in. Then you will get prompt and efficient ser Tioe. OFFICE AY xBSlDENCE on Second street. Telephone No. 33. Willmar. Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN Vhgstrizm and £nrgtm. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OmCE LEWIS BLOCK, RES. FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 1?. WILLMAR, MINN. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIS WILLMAR MINN, C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR, MINN. Office in Mlkkelson Block. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office la Ackerman ft 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 BROBERG. President M. JOROENSON. .vice Piesident. JOS O. ESTREM, Gabbler Organiz...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 February 1900

&*mmm—mmmmmmm TH E WILLIiR Open All Night *&&* T. SANDBO, Proprietor Meal a Lunches served at a hours I E BLOCK O O S I E E O Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. OUR NKH1T BELL will always sum mon prompt and willing service when there is serious illness and necessity for prompt relief. NO E A A E FOR N I A S I simply ask for that kindly feeling on your part that jrives me your DAY patronage. A. E. Mossberg, O "3i 3 ...THE HIGH-GRADE... NO, 8 DROP-HEAD CABINET FAMILY SEWING ^MACHINE Possesses all the modern improvem:. be found in any first-class machine. Sold at popular prices. Warranted ten yea" MANUFACTURED BY ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO, ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS Exclusive Territory given to responsible Dealers* NOT CUSTOM WORK. O S LOOK AT THESE I E S Roll Carding, per pound O Spinning Single Yarn, p- per pound Stocking Yarn, 2 or 3 ply, per pound JOHNSON, or write to A GREAT NEWSPAPER. I has always been claimed lor it a go that it would, .n all probabil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 February 1900

I &f HAVE just been reading- a note from the diary of Gen. Washington, \iho •will remain \l the crack of doom the one great, flawless, dignified hero of the nation, if not of the oriel. A hero means one Mho is a brave gentleman all the t.me Sajs Gen. Washington's diarj, June SO, 17S5: "Dined with only Mrs. Wash ington, which I believe is the first in stance of it since mj retirement from public life." That was IS months after coming home from his victorious wars. Think of the horror of it! For all that time the inquisitive hero worshipers had been dropping in just about dinner time to saj "How wonderful, reallj, Mr. Washington! It makes me quite shudder to think of reallj and trulj it does. Oh, I must kiss our hand!" And poor George would have to be polite and ask them to staj for dinner. How cozj that little dinner on June 30, 17S3, must have been how homelike •at last, when Gen. Washington raised his glass and said: "Martha, mj love, .your health. That ribbon becomes jou vasth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 February 1900

a 'S a -. 1 f&$ IHDER TWINE WILL BE FURNISHED MINNESOTA FREE OF COST THIS SEASON. Statement of Prison Board Managers—Mo Kinley's War and Bepnbllean Trusts Boost Twine and Other Prices, Wheat, of Course, Excepted—First Blow Against Imperialism Struck In Kentucky. Glimpses of the Field of State and Na- tional Politics—Twin City Notes—The Week's General Review. Reform Press Bureau, St. Paul, Feb. 13,1900. far the most important state event of the week, from the farmers' stand point, is the action of the Stillwater prison board of managers in deciding to furnish binding twine this season at the bare cost of production in the factory. For accurate information it is well to reprint from the boards' formal notice as follows: "During the season from Aug. 1, 1897, to Aug. 1, 1898, prices of Manila hemp ranged from i% to 5c, and of sisal from 3%c to 5%c per pound. For the year 1898 1899 about 1,700,000 pounds of Manila were carried over, which cost on an average 4.85 cents per pound. The ...

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