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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 February 1900

IRVING. Feb.16 O. Lien, the genial salesman of the Hagen Mercantile Co., returned re cently from a vmit with friends at this place. Andrew Olson returned from Min neapolis this week. P. T. Holgereou of Priam called on Irving friends this week. Alexandie Erixon transacted busi ness at Spicer last Thursday. Wolves are more numerous here than ever this season. In spite of the repeated attempts of our amateur sportsmen, however, not one of these mighty marauders has been killed. The present term in the West Irving school endB on the 29d inst. W un derstand that the teacher, Gustave A. Erixon, intends to resume his former position as state agent of the F. A. Davis Co., with headquarters at Will mar. Miss Annie Gabrielson returned to her home in Lake Elizabeth last Tues day. *^k« wheels of justice revolve slowly. Two years ago a boundary line dis pute involved all residents in four sections of this township. The mat tar was taken into court, and is yet unsettled. Feb. 29. Paulson Bros, ha...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 February 1900

i—' I? It If ~-i« Philip Strong could not decide what was best to do. The postman tlint evening had brought him two letters, and ho had just finished reading them. lie sat. with his hands clasped over his knee. leaning back in hi* chair and looking out through his str.dy window, lie was evidently thinking very hard, ami the two letters were the cause of it. Finally he rose, went to his study door and called down the stairs: "Sarah, I wish you would come up here. I want your help." "All right, Philip, I'll be up in a min ute," responded a voice from below, and very soon the minister's wife came up stairs into her husband's study. "What's the matter?" she said as she came into the room. "It must be something very serious, for you don't call ine up here uuless you are iu great distress. You remember the last time you called me, you had shut the tassel of your dressing gown under the lid of your writing desk, and I had to cut you loose. You aren't fast anywhere uow, are you?" Philip smi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 February 1900

ffli Vol 6. ii IF,, .VF*. PS' it rfls mm W0-:. W$i i/ I CHAPTER I. Philip Strong could not decide what was best to do. The postman that evening had brought him two letters, and he had Just finished reading them. He sat with his hands clasped over his knee. leaning back in his chair and looking out through his study window. He was evidently thinking very hard, and the two letters were the cause of it. Finally he rose, went to his study door and called down the stairs: "Sarah, I wish you would come up kere. I want your help." "All right, Philip. I'll be up in a min ute," responded a voice from below, and very soon the minister's wife came up stairs into her husband's study. "What's the matter?" she said as she came into the room. "It must be something very serious, for you don't call me up. here unless you are in great distress. You remember the last time ,:' you called me, you had shut the tassel of your dressing gown under the lid of your writing desk, and I had to cut you loose. Yo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 February 1900

tilhmir ^ribmiS TRIBUNE PMSTINU Co Publishers. WILLMAR~ I 7 MINN The United States government uses nearly 10,000 new typewriters each year. A Chicago woman married a man on 15 minutes' acquaintance and she is now bewailing the fact that it is much easier to get into trouble than to get out of it. A starving man discovered in New York refused to eat anything until his dog was relieved. Though Aesop missed this point it deserves a place among stories with a moral. Alaska begins to knock at the terri torial door with considerable earnest ness. It has been American soil 33 years, and feels that it ought to have a delegate in congress to set forth its resources. Three men who had formerly been newspaper reporters in Albany, N. Y., became members of the cabinet. Dan iel Manning, Daniel S. Lamont and Charles Emory Smith less than 25 years ago sat side by side reporting the pro ceedings of the New York legislature. And still science is on the move. The newly-discovered sj-stem of chilling m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 February 1900

~v BWADIER) QlARlEJ A stirring Story QJ AHny Life in The frl"Hine [Copyright, x8gg, by p. Tennyson Neely.] CHAPTER The little party of visitors in the gen eral's personal tent made a striking contrast to that assembled under the official canvas. I the latter, seated on camp stools and candle boxes or braced against the tent poles, were near ly a dozen officers, all in the somber dark blue regulation uniform, several in riding boots and spurs, some even wearing the heavy, frogged overcoat all but two juniors of the staff, men stood on the shady side of 40, four of the number wearing on their shoulders the silver stars of generals of division or brigade, and among their thinnin erops of hair the silver strands that told of years of service. One man alone, the commanding gen eral, as speaking all the others lis tened in respectful silence. In the gloom of that late, fog-shrouded after noon a lantern or two would have been welcome, but the conference had be while it was still light enou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 February 1900

11 1 O I O I A N 8 QR. C. JOHNSON, Vhgsiriait anil S&urgran, Calls answered promptly day or nlfrhr. When calling by wire, give full name, town and seetionCorlf in village, give streets unci always say what sickness you think it is. Then you will get prompt and efficient ser vice OFFICE AT RESIDENCE on Second street. Telephone No. 33. Willmar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Thssitcm and Stargwm. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. OITICE LEWIS BtOOK, RE8. FIRST WARD, 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 Building'. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, A7T0RNEY8 ATL*W. Office in I. O. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN. A N S STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BRQBEHG. President M. JORGENSON. .vice President. JOS O...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 February 1900

l.rfi':. 1£$$" At the High School Room, Saturday, March 3, from JO a. m. to 10 p. m. There will be an exhibition of STEEL ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS, CARBONS, PHOTOGRAPHS, PLATINES, PLATINETTES, ETC., ETC. The admission will be five cents for chil dren and ten cents for adults, the proceeds to be used in the purchase of pictures for the schools of our city. This will be an extraor dinary opportunity to those wishing to purchase fine pictures, as the exhibit will contain copies of the masterpieces of the world's great artists, J* & & PRICES WILL RANGE FROM $75-00 EACH DOWN. The value of an art exhibit is too well appreciated to urge upon the peo ple of our city the educational value of this exhibit. Whether you wish to buy or not, do not fail to co-operate in making- the schoolrooms places of refinement and culture for our children. You can do this in the most practical manner by coming and bringing the children. LOCAL BREVITIES. Bowman and his dog are coming. X,. O. Tjosvold retur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 February 1900

I P* MY WIFE. Come sit down here beside me, little -wife. That work can wait. There—this is com fort, home. Has duty been so pressing down below That you must leave your husband here alone? But I've been working, too. See what I've done? See all that manuscript upon the floor And desk and table? I was dreaming, though, Of you, sweet, when I heard you at the door. Five years of wedded life. Your little hand, How white and soft it is. I'll hold it here Close, lest it get away. Five wedded years, And .they've been full of comfort for us, dear. I used to sit and dream of married life. And try to fancy what a home would be With me, and just one person there beside Who'd call me husband and sit upon my knee, That was years ago, sweetheart, ere you And always love me. Before I knew you came To weave your witching wiles about my heart And lead me helpless by a captive chain. But now I dream no longer, for I know That when God planned to bless our hu man lot, He made a home—just such a home ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 February 1900

I \C fj tf aaaawasassti riff •!&&•> Principal Events that Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Past. Leading officers in the armies of Sweden and Norway are paying mu tual visits to each other more fre quently and more extensively than ever before. Verdens Gang makes the following comment on this phenome non: "The comradelike gatherings be tween Swedish and Norwegian officers which have been cherished of late, must be greeted with unmingled delight. They have nothing to do with the politics of the day. They have this to tlo with politics, at the most: They emphasize the fact that Norway and Sweden must stand or fall togeth er in the face of danger from a com mon enemy, these gatherings tend to develope mutual confidence, which is very important in the hour of danger. What makes these gatherings particu larly enjoyable at this time is the gen eral conviction that both countries now are far better prepared against a foreign foe tha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 February 1900

VI 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. A. E. Danielson visited St Cloud relativeb last week. Now is the time to buy footwear at the Willinar Shoe Co's. 3-2 A. Jacobson of Kerkhoven was a Willmar visitor lasst week. Mrs. F. C. Robins of Benson visited Willmar friends last week. K. Knutpon from Hustler, Wis is visiting with M. C. Tollef&on. Al. Fritz spent several days of last week at his home in St. Cloud. Dr. C. E. Gerretson, dentist, in Mikkelson block, Willmar. •Office 22tf Mrs. K. Severirit.on went to St. Paul Saturday for a iait with friends. Spring is coming and you want new ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 March 1900

ti 'w.m^**'-* ^j Vol. 6. it fA tik Eyes 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. Jeweler and Optician. LOCAL BREVITIES, Miss Ella Mossberg visited Benson friends last week. John Larson of Mamre was a Will mar visitor last week. Mrs. J. G. Jones ictmied Saturday from a \isit in the cit e& Mrs. John Costello weut to Minnea polis Saturday for a vuit Judge Noidm attended to ptobate matter in Benson la-t week Miss LaFa\ re went to Minneapolis last Wednesday for a nhoit &ta>. The Monday aftoi noon club met with Mrs. G. W. TyUv this week. Miss Martha Halej came up from Morris Saturday for a short visit. E. A. Malmm came down fi oin New Paynesville Saturday oa business. John Quam of New Londo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 March 1900

S^ ft- 'K •v UP ft St 1 1 ri//m^ir "5 •"Hf "!t*R Wrtbant* TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., Publishers. W!LLMAR~ I I MINN Congress may make a national park of the site of Cornwallis' surrender. A Cleveland woman fired two shots at a street car conductor because he smiled at her. It is impossible to imag ine how many shots she would have fired at him had he laughed. Ice is said to be a scarce commodity in Switzerland, and sold in extremely small quantities. When it comes to re frigeration the Yankee leads the world, and is ready to furnish machines to make the Alps trimmed with glaciers. Da/i Rice, who died in Long Branch the other day, was noted as a circus clown, and it is stated that one time he drew an annual salary of $27,000 from Barnum's circus. He first played clown in 1844. and the fathers and grandfathers of to-day are few who have not seen him. It vv as hardly to be expected that the universal unrest throughout Europe would be complete until trouble had broken out in the Balkans. Ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 March 1900

1 ¥C %, l^'Mks&tH} wfMMtm fctttOIER GENERAL stirring svory of Life fn The ftilityjiit«& (Copyright. 1899, by F. Tennyson Neely.) CHAPTER A day had dawned on the Presidio Heights as brilliant as its predecessor had been dismal. A soft south wind had kept the fogs of the Pacific far out to sea and cleared the summer sky of every wisp of vapor. The sun of early August shone hot and strong upon the sandy wastes between the western lim its of the division camps and the foamy strand beneath the low bluffs, and beat upon the canvas homes of the rejoicing soldiery, slacking cloth and cordage so that the trim tent lines had become broken and jagged, thereby setting the teeth of "Old Squeers" on edge as he gazed grimly from under the brim of his unsightly felt hat and called for his one faithful henchman, the orderly. Even hia adjutant could not condone the regi mental commander's objectionable traits, for a crustier old villain of a vet eran lived not in the line of the army. "Ould C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 March 1900

mt: £&• & if I. W. E. A A I N and Stir ity of Minnesota. Lute St. Luke's Hospital, t. Pau%fe ji| jejftm a (EJMlepiidne' «"o."l?. A. F. MANTOR, ENTIS WILLMAR. MINN. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, [ILLMAR, MINN. Office in Mikkelson Block. A O E OLNEY (8PFRYE? Attorneys at Law, fBce In Ackerman & Holt Building. ILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Sglgpuel Olson. Charles Johnson fDLSON & JOHNSON, TJ»T70RMEY8 AT LAW. Office in 1. C. Olson Block, WILLMAR & MINN. A N S SfATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. TETER BROBERO. Prasideut. M. JORGENSON. -vice President. JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier Organized Under the State Laws. CAPITAL, $25,000.00. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter est. Collections receive Careful Attention. TIKCETS TO AND" FROM EUROPE DOMESTIC AN FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. AND. LARSON, President. O. THORPE, Cashier. Organized under the State Laws. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $125,000.00 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MONEY LOANED ON...

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

fcr if I! I if* BOUNTY HEWS. KANDIYOHI. *».'l March 5. "Sir. Emil Freeberg left for Webster, S. Saturday. Miss Ella Lindberg of New London iff visiting at Erickson's Mr. Altman of Atwater has been canvassing in this vicinity for then "Oxygenor." Misses Martha Enblom and Esther Norman were guests of Mrs. S. Covell at Willmar last Tuesday. Miss Anna and Harr Anderson entertained a number of their friends Sunday. The social given at the school house in Dist. 41 last Friday evening was well patronized and about twenty dollars was realized. A interesting program was rendered and all in at tendance reported a most enjoyable time. Mr. A. Gustafson of St. Paul has rented the Freeberg farm. Several of our young men attended the "Dillon play at Willmar last Tuesday evening. Miss Tilda Lundquist had dental work done at Willmar last Wednesday. A ''neck tie social will be given at the school house next Satutday even ing. Everybody invited Miss Anna Enblom visited friends at Whitefield last week....

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

5K+** hi ALL ABOUT THE BABY. Like opening violets, fresh and fair, A pair of little wide-stretched eyes Look upward from the cradle, where The household's newest treasure lies. Within these orbs of deepest blue A look of wonder seems to hide, A. questioning: of this world so new, Which lies before him, all untried As though this little pilgrim fain Would all earth's many mysteries know Would have the hidden paths made plain, Through which his feet must learn to go. But, deeper than the wonder, lies A look we cannot understand He seems, with those far-seeing eyes, To gaze upon another land Perhaps there linger with him still Some memories of the great Unknown. It may be that the thoughts which fill His mind are far beyond our own. "Ah, little one," we whisper low, As o'er the cradle-bed we bend, "If we to you earth's way will show From babyhood till life shall end, "Will you, in turn, to us unfold Those secrets, only known to you— Reveal the visions you behold, That we may look upon ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 March 1900

*V*$ "COME TO TAI," SAYS THE RAILROAD COMMISSION TO TH E RAILROADS OF THE STATE, And Show That Bates Are Not Unjust. Beginning of Seal Reforms by the Re organized Grain and Warehouse Board. The Commission's Position That. South- western Grain Rates Are Too High, and Other Rates Discriminative—First Move of the Kind in the History of the Com- mission—Other State Note and Com ment—Points on National Politics—Bry- an and Caldwell Likely to Be the Ticket. Reform Press Bureau, St. Paul, Feb. 26,1900. Taking tip further reforms by the grain and warehouse commission, that body, now for the first time in Reform control, has made the first move in the history of the commission to call the railroads into court on a general exam ination of their rates. That important points are involved is shown in the fact that every southwestern road responded, its officials acccompanied by a great array of legal counsel. While a short postponement "was granted the roads for preparation, the following may be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 March 1900

p. «5.»P-»*P« "%$r* CHAPTER III. I "1 have come to see you about your sermon of yesterday morning." began Mr. Wlntei abruptly. "I consider what you said was a direct insult to me personally." "Supposp should say it was not so Intended?" replied Philip, with a good natured smile. "Then I should say you lied!" replied Mr. Winter sharply. Philip sat very still. And the two men eyed each other in silence for a moment. The minister reached out his hand and laid it on the other's arm, saying as he did so: "My brother, you certainly did not come into my house to accuse me unjustly of wronging you? I am willing to talk the matter over In a friendly spirit, but 1 will not listen to personal abuse." There was something in the tone and manner of this declaration that sub dued the mill OAvner a little. He was an older man than Philip by 20 years, but a man of quick and ungoverned temper. He had come to see the min ister while in a heat of passion, and the way Philip received him, the calm ness ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 March 1900

fi e$£*s«f^V" •****S/WS^' «&*' .• I. $ 4 s/WPU OLSON BLOCK, 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. The county commissioners meet this week. W. J. Doble was a Bird Island visi tor last week. Window glass, all sizes, at Carlsoii Bros. & Frost's. Henry Stenson left on Monday for a'trip to the cities. "Sandy" Williams spent Sunday with relatives here. Engineer Cleary of Benson spent Sunday with his family. Now is the time to buy footwear at the Willmar Shoe CoV. 3-2 Birdie Ramsett is recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Andrew Kievjer returned home last week from his trip to Norway. Mrs. James Sanderson visited with relatives in Atwater...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 March 1900

ft I N E PKINTISQ CO., Publishers. MIN N The Scandinavian crown princess has presented the queen of Italy with a bicycle. It is an American made wheel, too Daniel Webster thought it a useless experiment to try to reclaim the ter ritory west of the Missouri liver. In at same territory, at the present time, there are probably 50 post offices named in his honor. Dr. Carl Schlatter, of Vienna, recent ly removed six feet of the small intes tine from an Italian who had* been stabbed in a brawl. Th Latin gentle an is up and around and the doctor has as fine a specimen of an Italian in terior as as ever seen in a collec tion. That is a fine story that the explorer, E. S. Grogan, tells of finding a sea of molten lava 60 miles long by 40 miles wide and 100 feet deep, but it would be interesting to know at kind of a sounding line he used to learn the depth and where he stood to sink the line. The Turkish minister at Washing ton, AH Ferrough Bey as asked the newspapers in that city to refrain f...

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