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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 March 1900

RIGA S \h. ^ftlPRllS IfcfA 5lirrmo, story of £rr\y Life in The rttlibpmeft, (Copyright, 1899, by F. Tennyson Neely.J CHAPTER IV. The review that morning had drawn a crowd to the drill grounds that baffled the efforts of the guards. Car riages from camps and carriages from town, carts from the suburbs, eques trians from the parks and pedestrians from everywhere had gradually en croached within kicking distance of the heels of the cavalry escorting the gen eral commanding the department, and that official noted with unerring eye that the populace was coming up on his flanks, so to speak, at the moment when the etiquette of the service required that he should be gazing only to his im mediate front and responding to the sa lutes of the marching column. Back of him, ranged in long, single rank, was drawn up what the newspapers unani mously described as a "brilliant" staff, despite the fact that all were in som ber campaign uniform and several had never been so rated before. In their rear...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 March 1900

AM tt i. H% fa' ri 8 I O I A N I *. c. JOHNSON, Vltgsicun ^td Surgeon, 'J Is unsweieri prompt.y day or in-rut. Wl«. Ctilhujrbj wjn'.jg-iM fml nam*1, town und fecction(ot it in viFirt^ jrivestieett, md always suy what sickness you think it is» Then you will get prompt and efficient ser vice. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE on Second street. Telopuone No. 33. wiiimar. Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Thgsicnm and j&trgttm. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. OFFICE LEWIS ULOCK. RES. FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 1?. WILLMAR, MINN A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST W I A I N N C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR, Office in Mikkelson Block MINN. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office In Ackerman & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, AT70RNEY8 AT LflW. Office in I. C. Olson Block, WILLMAK. MINN A N S STATE BAK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG President M. JORGENSON -vice President....

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 March 1900

ti fc it swtSl- [Edited by the Press Superintendent of the W. 0 T. U. of Wlllmar.l WHICH SHAL.L IT BE? The dally receipts of each saloon would be, a fair estimate, *30. For five saloons it would be $150. For six days out of the week it would amount to $900. For fifty-two weeks, or a year, it would-be $46,800. Now, which shall it be? Nearly $50,000 paid directly out of the peo ple's pockets into the saloons with a return of $5,000 license money into the village treasury, leaying store bills unpaid, taxes unpaid, and the neces saries of life purchased at places of business cut down to a minimum Or The $5,000 license money dispensed with and the $50,000 retained in the people's pockets for which to buy food and clothing, and other necessaries, pay taxes, and yet have money for standing debts contracted during the years when saloons thrived in our midst, innocent amusements, fruit and luxuries never indulged in before, for the dear ones in the home, making sunshine and glee where before...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 March 1900

lh $ WOMAN Wrld N WORRY. She was a member of a club Whose motto vas: "Don't worry!" Ard daily to her "loving hub" She sweetly said: "Don't worry!" "Tour hair," she told her mate one day, "Is falling out and.getting gray How fast th«i seasons pass away!— But never mind—Don't worry!" "We haven't much put by," she said, "For rainy days—Don't worry! The hopes we used to have are dead, Our plans are wrecked—Don't worry! A few years more and you'll be told To step aside because you're old. And then some younger man will hold The place youfill—Don'tworry! "They tax irs more from day to day And year to year—Don't worry! They'll take our little home away, And drive us forth—Don't worry! Your overcoat will never last Another year—its style is past— My sealskin, too, is going fast, But what of that?—Don't worry! "When you are 55 and I Am 50—there, don't worry' We'll have no hope but just to die And be at rest—Don't worry! There's nothing for us on ahead, No help to be inherited— We'll have to ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 March 1900

,.«. ft 4 'ill OOlfDEiniiTIOH ALMOST UNIVERSAL, OF MINNESOTA CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION, *V»r I A on to Tariff. a a A so a for a A Pish**—Eyes N on N O ok for S in to a is Thi a S a a N a a Politica in a S a Convention— A C. a a a in City in a Point N a of he W Reform Press Bureau, St Paul, March 5, 1900. Almost sensational has been the effect of the divided action of the Minnesota Republican delegation in the lower house of congress, on the Porto Rico tariff bill passed under McKinley whip and spur last Wednesday. Centering in the Twin Cities, but rapidly spread ing throughout the state, the feeling has been that of condemnation, almost with out exception. Previous to the final vote the wires wore hot to Washington, Minneapolis taking the lead, in efforts of the people there to hold Congressman Fletcher down to vote against the bill. In St. Paul the feeling was that Stevens would follow the trust orders, whatever they were, as was the result. In the nearer portions of the third distr...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 March 1900

S#SlKgliSli' t^lv lip §1 i/%t jrtf. ^•»»y»»+ii'»ux»»+»'»3H CHAPTER IT. Panning the plan be bad originally mapped out when be came to Milton, be spent much of his time In the after noons studying the social and civic life of the town. As the first Sunday of the next month drew near, when he was to »peak again on the attitude of Christ to some aspect of modem socie ty, he determined to select the saloon as one of the prominent features of modern life that would naturally be noticed by Christ and doubtless be de nounced by him as a great evil. In bis study of the saloon question he did a tbing which he had never done before, and then only after very much deliberation and prayer. He went into the saloons themselves on different oc casions. He had never done such a thing before. He wanted to know front actual knowledge what sort of places the saloons were. What he saw after, a dozen visits to as many different groggeries added fuel to the name* or Indignation that burned already hot iu h...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 March 1900

Vol. 6. J. WATCHES! Our stock of Ladies' and Gents' Watches is complete and well selected. We espe cially recommend our 17 jeweled movements, both sizes, for ACCURATE TIME-KEEPING. But we fully guarantee ALL the watches we sell. We give the most watch worth for the least money. «^f It will pay you to talk watch with us* If you want a new watch of any kind, find it here. Wennerlund, JEWELER and OPTICIAN. LOCAL BREVITIES. FOR RENT—Rooms above telegraph office in Gilmer Block. WM. GILGER. Otis Sather returned to Pennock yesterday. Dr. Johnson returned Monday from a trip to New Loudon. J. B. Beamesderfor returned to Minneapolis Saturday. Lars Halvorson made a business trip to the cities last week. Mrs. Harris left yesterday for a waek's stay at Clara City. Mrs. Daniel Johnson returned last week from a visit at Duluth. Miss Ella McGovern left last week for her home near Murdock. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Gleason last Friday. E. R. Lyman returned last week from a visit with O...

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

Sun. Hon. 4fe&fejfeAfe MARCH—1900. Tue. Wed. Thur. Sat & _2 3^ ~7 The Vanderbilt university, at Nash ville, now boasts of two grandsons of Li Hung Chang as students. They are Ti and Yi Sung, young men of some 21 years of age, who expect to spend four or five years studying in this country. Now comes the news that Brussels is to have a world's fair in 1905. The fair will be in commemoration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of Belgian independence. This coming century seems destined to be noted for world's fairs. A walking stick which Speaker Hen derson usually carries with him was made from a tree which grew on the battlefield of Corinth, where he was wounded during the civil war. It was given to him by Congressman John B. Allen, who fought in the same battle on the confederate side. A young Chicago man advertised in a matrimonial paper for a wife, and his sister happened to advertise in the same paper for a husband, both using assumed names. Then came the time for the exchan...

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

1 1 sg@3@ A siirrm^ Story of Life In The fWjypine& ICopyrlght, 1899, by F. Tennyson Neely.] CHAPTER V. There had been a morning of jubilee in the camp of the Fifth Separate bri gade, and a row in the tents of the reg ulars. Up to within a fortnight such a state of affairs would have been con sidered abnormal, for the papers would hare it that the former were on the verge of dissolution through plague, pestilence and famine due to the neg lect of officials vaguely referred to as "the military authorities," or "the staff," while up to the coming of Can ker to command sweet accord had reigned in the regular brigade, and the volunteers looked on with envy. But now a great martial magnate had praised the stalwart citizen soldiery whom he had passed in review early in the day, and set them to shouting by the announcement that, as reward for their hard work and assiduous drill, they should have their heart's desire and be shipped across the-seas to far Manila. It had all been settled b...

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

fc-Qif*^^ 8 I I A N 8 QR. C. JOHNSON, Thgstrinn mul &urg:«mt Calls auaweieu 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 AT RESIDENCE on Second street. Telephone No. 33. Killmar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Vlxmicmn tend. jtargstm. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician, St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OFFICE LEW IS BLOCK, RES. FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 12*3. Telephone No. 1?. WILLMAR. MINN. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR, MINN. Office in Mikkelson Block A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office In Ackerman & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, H770RNEY3 AT LAW. Office in I. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN A N S STATE BAK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG. President M. JORGENSON. 'Vice President. JOS ...

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

life'.: 1 W s|V«*'.q mm\ 1 iM «*•*55j* Auction Sal*. ?.wf**. I As I have sold my farm in section 6, town of Willmar, I will sell at pub lie auction on Wednesday, March 28, .J900, at 11 o'clock a. m. the following ^described property: Three working horses, 5 milch cows, ^P* 3 calves, 1 Champion binder, 1 Cham- pion mower, 1 Buckeye hay rake, 1 Gale spring seeder, 1 3-horse drag, -*!%%'Vl 14-inch stubble plow, 1 16-inch sulky 0$U"-'' plow, 2 lumber wagons. 1 pair bob- 8lei£hs» 2 pair working harnesses, 2 |f§tft£ pair leather fly-nets, 1 hay rack, 2 corn cultivators, 1 lawn mower, 1 ps|p scale, 1 new buggy pole, 1 milk wagon, *f^ 3 milk cans and pails, 30 grain sacks, £'H 50 bu. of oats, 25 bu. corn, and some seed corn, 3 tons of hay, 2 pieces of carpets 12x12, and many other articles too numerous to mention, such as household goods. Terms: All sums under $5.00 cash. Above that amount time wiil be given to Nov. 1, 1900, on approved notes, at 6 per cent interest. A. A S S S O N A. CRAWF...

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

I "Ifr I* I 1 & My Uncle Jim's a wonder He would know jest what to do In a military crisis- Say, another Waterloo. He could figure in a minute How his side might win the day And get out with banners flyin'— But none ever came his way. In political transactions He has fores^ht rare and keen. He would know what string to pull at As he stood behind the scene In a "coo-dy-tah," I tell you, Genius' That's what he'd display, Changin* all the face of hist'ry— But none ever came his waj An' as fur flnanceerin', That is where his talent shines He knows how folks should handle Railroad pools an' banks an' mines. Puttin' through big undertakin's Seems to him a pastime gay. He could fix 'em In a jiffy— But none ever came his way. Uncle Jim is livin' quiet In his house behind the hill. An' the world goes on without him Missin' all his brains and sk.li. War, dlplomacj, finances Wou have felt hij master sway Had occasion only offered— But none ever came his way. —Washington Star \-++r+» UNCLE ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 March 1900

1 SC«v Is not the law that was passed by Congress in February, 1873, and which resulted in the demonetization of sil ver, unconstitutional? Section 8, of article 1, of the con stitution, says: "Congress shall have power to coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin and fix the standard of weights and measures." Thus, is it not that money must be coined?—and it is necessary that some substance must be used for coinage and also, that if it is coined out of more than one substance, and eaeh and every substance out of which government coins, money does not have equal rights is not treated by the government exactly the same as the government treats other sub stances out of which it coins money, can the coin that may be stamped from such substance which does not possess these same rights be called money as defined by this article in the constitution? That it may be- made (or the right and power of govern ment to issue) a legal tender is not questioned but only, is it mone...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 March 1900

****, & 1 1 ill 4 The shock caused Philip to fall, and he fainted away, but not befoie the face of the man who had shot him was clearly stamped on his mind. He knew that he was one of the saloon proprie tors whose establishment Philip Had visited the week before. He was an an with a harelip, and there was no mis taking his countenance. When the people of Milton learned that Philip was not fatally wounded, their excitement cooled a little. A wave of indignation, howoer, swept over the town when It was learned that the would be murderer was recognized by the minister, and it was rumored that he had openly threatened that he would "fix the cursed preacher so that he would not be able to preach agarn." Philip, however, felt more full of fight against the rum de\ ll than ever As he lay on the bed the morning after the shooting he had nothing to regret or fear. The surgeon had been called at once, as soon as his wife and the alarmed neighbors had been able to carry him Into the parson...

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 March 1900

if It* Wf£ •V- Vol. 6. WATCHES Our stock of Ladies' and Gents' Watches is complete and well selected. We espe cially recommend our 17 jeweled movements, both sizes, for ACCURATE TIME-KEEPING. But we fully guarantee ALL the watches we sell, the most watch the least money. It will pay you to talk watch with us* If you want anew watch of any kind, find it here. *& Wennerlund, JEWELER and OPTICIAN. Temperance Mass Meetings. A temperance mass meeting will be held next Sunday afternoon at the Opera House, beginning at 3 o'clock. Several addresses will be made. The speakers will be Revs. John Johnson, C. H. Johnson, and C. Q. Page, Co. Atty. I rye, and others. It is expected that Prof. Hilleboe will be one of the speakers. No children will be admit ted. On Sunday evening a mass meeting will be held at the Free Lutheran church, where Revs. J. O. Lundbevg of Svea, and S, A. Lindholm of Tri polis will speak. On Monday evening the meetings will be continued at the Free Lutheran church. Rev...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 March 1900

A mi** TRIBUNE PRINTING CO Publishers. W!LLMAR~ '. '. 7 MINN The United States is next to France in the area occupied at the Paris ex position. A New York automobile, having run down an elevator shaft in that city, may lead to an ordinance prohibiting them from climbing smokestacks and telegraph poles. If anybody wants to open a liquor saloon in the town of Marshfield, Mass., he can do so upon paying $1,000,000 for his license, that being the fee pre scribed by the local officials. The post office department predicts that within another five years the farmers in most sections of the coun try will be brought within easy reach of a daily and free delivery of mail. As an example of wifely duty it would be hard to duplicate the story of how a Nebraska woman went all the way to California in order to give testimony that allowed her husband a divorce. Education costs $450,000,000 a year in the United States, Great Britain, France and Germany. It is gratify ing to know that the United Stat...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 March 1900

I A ii Story ofr ^Lygry Life in -rKe fW»i\bme& [Copyright, 1899, ly F. Tennyson Neely.) CHAPTER VI. The great thoroughfare of that won derful city, seated on more than her seven hills, and ruling the western world, was thronged from curb to curb. Gay with bunting and streamers, the tall buildings of the rival newspapers and the long facades of hotels and busi ness blocks were gayer still with the life and color and enthusiasm that crowded every window. Street traffic was blocked. Cable cars clanged vain ly and the police strove valiantly. It was a day given up to but one duty and one purpose, that of giving Godspeed to the soldiery ordered for service in the distant Philippines, and, though they hailed from almost every section of the union, except the Pacific slope, as though they were her own children, with all the hope and faith and pride and patriotism, with all the blessings and comforts with which she had load ed the foremost ships that sailed, yet happily without the tear...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 March 1900

Lt 8 I O I A N 8 QR. C. JOHNSON, ^Irfistrian anil Sxtrgaan, Calls answered promptly day or night. When calling by wire, tflve full name, town and section lor If in village, give street), and always say what sickness you think it is. Then you will get prompt and efficient ser vice. OFFICE AT RBSIDBNCB on Second street. Telephone No. 33. Wlllmar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, ^Phgstccm and Surgeon. Graduato University of Minnesota. Late House Physician St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. OrriCK JiEWls BLOCK, RES. FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 1?. WILLMAR. MINN A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST WILLMAR. MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR, MINN, Office in MikkeUou Block A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Aekerman & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, Office in I Olson Block, WILLMAK. MINN A N S STATE BAK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BBOBERG. President M. JORGENSON. vice President. JOS O. ESTREM. Oashiei Organised C...

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

.^. .-Us- m: Ss»T 4 '•Mil-: •My. «fes I_fcs__$__i-_$__S_^^ M-± -mmra^^ In the summer time baseball games were played in Milton on Sunday. In the fall and winter very many people spent their evenings in card playing or aimlessly strolling up and down the main street These facts came to Phil ip's knowledge gradually, and he was not long in making up his mind that Christ would not keep silent before the facts. So he carefully prepared a plain statement of his belief in Christ's standing on the modern use of Sun day, and as on the other occasions When he had spoken the first Sunday In the month he cast out of his reckon ing all thought of the consequences. Hi one purpose as to do just as in his thought of Christ, he would do with that subject. The people in Milton thought that the first Sunday Philip appeared in his pulpit he would naturally denounce the saloon again. Bu when he finally re covered sufficiently to preach he de termined that for awhile he would say nothing in the way of s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 March 1900

IfM fi ft r, I l4\ f4, HE WAS A COACHMAN YET. Once on a time there were two men. Ambitious Dick and thoughtless Ben, And both drove coaches for a boss And played together pitch and toss. Around the livery stable they Spent many a rough but happy day They laughed at one another's jokes And on clay pipes had chummy smokes. At last Dick left and Ben remained. And after years had waxed and waned There to the stable came a man To hire a handsome coach and span. Ben was the driver, just the same, Tough, rough and ready as his name The gentleman, well dressed, and proud. Was eyed with awe by all the crowd But something in his face or tone Appealed to Driver Ben alone He'd seen the gentleman before— But where and when? He watched him more. Along they rode, Ben thinking who Could be that stylish "gent" he knew Then came a flash of memory quick— "Why, bless my heart—he's my old Dick." With hand held out and beaming eyes, Ben turned around in glad surprise, "Why, Dick! Old chum! This is a joy—...

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