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

,-»A^ & 0 Itf OUR CURRENCY. W Not at All I by he JVevr a of tl»e a "MM he national banks have always ad he same prnileg of reducing their notes if redundant, under the existing a that they will have under the a being discussed in the senate. The have only to withdraw their United State bonds from the treasury department a surrender their circu lation. There is nothing whatever in the law, nor could there be, to make this more easy. On the contrary, by a large proposed reduction in the ax on circulation, and by increasing he limit of the notes issued to the par value of the United States bonds de posited it the treasury, instead of 90 per cent., as now a great inducement will be offered to the banks to enlarge their circulation and thereby to pro inflation and speculation under ordinary conditions, I is estimated at on the passage of the law there will be a rapid increase of from $100, 000,000 to $300,000,000 (some people say more in the note issues of the bonks. A regards the el...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 March 1900

fe" 4 -A. I .A 'P Efc S F. S E S I S Oen'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. liar du hjerta att fur en lumpen liten nedsiittning dina skattebordor fipp na forderfvets portar for det uppvax ande slagtet? Du vet att for dem ar frestelsen stor. Du vet att niir kam raterna inbjuda en yngling att intrada kroghalan fordras det mera mod att neka an majoriteten af ynglingar eger af den egenskapen. De gain emedan de ej tora saga nej och bli utskrattade af kamraterna. Om ej kroghalan fin* nes ar denna frestelse borta. Tors du med beradt mod salja dessa yngling ars framtid, derasforaldrars, syskons, och vanners lycka, for hvad du kan inbespara pa skatten? Vag noga hvad dessa sjalar aro varda och se till om du anser priset motsvara viirdet. Har du hjerta att oppna frestelsens portar for man som fafaugt kampa mot dryckenskapsdjefyulens anfall nar krogen star Oppen, men som kun na uadga faran nar krOgen ar borta? Har du nagonsin kannt hvad det vill a&gi att kampa mot en dalig bOjelse? Har du matt de...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 April 1900

XTTtUilAlU VOL.6. Vote for home protection No man can serve two masters. The whiskey gang says last year's vote was a mistake. Ah we shall see. The saloon fixtures have never been removed Let us give them another lift. Isn't a question settled when it is settled right? Or is a question never settled? The bhnd-pigger will vote the "re publican" ticket Will you lock arms with him and march to the polls to vote. The citizen who complaius of the cost of punishing criminals is a queer specimen. Particularly if he pretends "to be a moral man Can the leopard change his spots9 Will the giving of license to a law breaker or his friend make him a law abiding citizen9 The Free Lutheran church was cr6wdfd last night with listeners to the forcible temperance addresses of Revs Lmdholm and Lundberg. •'Willmar has gone dry aud downed ^u* .^hjcbfP yftPg with an overwheltn mg^vote.' .Leo Bffllli'U'lWCS,s!a»!wga?«i*^-l out to the expectant country people, and to scores of other villages who are watchi...

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

Petition of H. Ci Hanson to be set oft from school district No. 48 to school district No. 45 which was set for hearing at this session was taken up, publicly read, and interested parties present were heard in relation to the matter, after which motion was made and seconded that action be deferred until later. Motion carried. The board met at 1 30 p. all members pres ent. The hearing of the petition of Lasse Bendik son and others for a public ditch was resumed and interested parties present were permitted to speak for and against the granting of the petition and the establishment of the proposed ditch, after which motion was made and seconded that final action be deferred until later. Motion carried. Application of A. Crawford for an auction eer license was presented, read and considered, and upon motion the same was granted. Application of Simon Hanson for an auction eer license was presented, read and considered, and on motion tne same was granted. Petition of A. C. Crawford wherei...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 April 1900

WILLMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO.: VICTOR E. LAWfiON. EDITOB. SPECIAL EDITION, APRIL 2, 1900. [.Entered at the postoftice at Willmar. Minn., as second class mail matter.] CITIZENS' TEMPERANCE TICKET. VILLAGE OF WILLMAR. For President, C. C. SELVIG. For Treasurer, F. G. HANDY. For Aldermen, First Ward, G. C. HAINES, PETER BONDE. For Aldermen, Second Ward, C. A. BAKLUND, O. A. HEBIN. For Aldermen, Third Ward, J. JL DEIJL.B0M,r r— *J.F. BRANTON. AGAINST LICENSE. FARGO UNDER NO LICENSE. Mayor Johnson of Fargo*—"By way of illustrating the subject. 'How to Run a City Without Any Revenue from the Liquor Traffic.' I will take the citiea of Fargo, N- D., and Moor head, Minn. Moorhead has forty-five saloons, each paying a license of $500. Fargo has none, and derives no revenue from that source all ex penditures are taken from direct taxa tion on real and personal property. The assessor's books show that the increased valuation of Far...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 April 1900

Vol. 6. 'ft Kb & iS r'j assess* )m SPRING WEAR FOR MEN. Men's Spring Top Coats Made from pure all wool Covei cloths in several new shades the very popu Jar Oxford and silver gray Vecunas, a neat u"p to date garment, without question the greatest value to be found anywhere, for. $10.00. Men's New Spring Suits—A hand some stock, great variety of pat terns in fancy Cheviots, home spuns, smooth finished cassimeres in club checks, black worstpds and blue serges, single and double breasted vests, new swell militaiy shoulders positively the greatest value ever shown in Willmar for $10.00. WATCHES Our stock of Ladies' and Gents' Watches is complete and well selected We espe cially recommend oar 17 ]eweled 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 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. I LOCAL BREVITIES...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 April 1900

I $ £r 1 •f I Vlmitr ffiribnne. TRIBUNE PUINTING CO Publishers. WILLMAR~ Tl MJNr fcjie.jia.AK APRIL—J900. Sun. Mon. Tua. Wed. 22 I I SI Thur. 1 8 ft it & 30 I Fri. 2 9 24 Sat. 3 4 5 6 O 7 12 15 13 16 17 14 18 19 20 21 25 29 26 IfcWflMR"flfe"Sl 27 28 The new woman has taken another step forward! One of the fair sex has been appointed assignee of a bank at Hinsdale, N. H. It is estimated that 50 000 men will go to Cape Nome this year, at an ex pense of $500 each. The expenditure of $25,000,000 on an arctic sea beach i» one of the curiosities of modern life. It is expensive for a rich man to die in England. George Smith, the American millionaire, who recently died in London, left an estate of $25, 000,000, on which the succession tax was $4,500,000 or about 18 per cent. "Outlander" is not a new word. One Anthony Ward wrote as- follows as far back as 1654: "Coffee was this year publicly sold at or near the Angel, •within the east gate of Oxen, as also chocolate, by an outlander or J...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 April 1900

•If, II r^-c^i ^\zm?' PLATFORM TALK AND ECHOES FROM THE NEBRASKA CONVENTION. The Chicago Platform—What That Great Deliverance Contained—Gleaulngs From the National Political Field—The Vir ginia Congressman's Story—State and Twin City Notes—Political Round-np of the Week. Reform Press Bureau, St Paul. March 26,1900. All eyes have been Nebraskawards during the past week, for the action there by the allied forces on national issues, and the candidacy of Mr. Bryan. Results were entirely reassuring. The platform adopted by 'Democrats and Populists differed in no important mat ter. Affirming the Chicago platform, there is such ringing application of the principles of that great deliverance to the issues which have since arisen, as re-inspires all patriotic men and women to that effort for such suc cess at the polls, as is foreshadowed. No doubt a wise platform has been made for Nebraska. It arraigns the Re publican administration upon events and issues since 1896 for the new money trust, ...

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

re* 3 I O I A N I QR. C. JOHNSON, Tbgsician and burgeon, J.\ilKs answered promptly day or night. WUen calling by wire, give full name, town and section uu ir In liia*re.»rive street*, and :ilw»t say yrhui sickness you think it Is then ou will Ket prompt and efficient sur- I I A RESIDENCE on Second street. Telephone No. «B. Willmar. Minnesota. D« W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, ^iTgstrfcm nni Storgwm. Graduate University of Minnesota Late House Physician St Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. O FFIUE 1 KWIS tti OCX. TIES FIRST WABD. Telephone 122 Telephone No. 17. TSlLLMAli. MINN A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR, MINN. Office in Mikkelson Block A O N E OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Ackeiman & Holt Building WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHN80N, OT0RNEY8 RJ LflW Office in I Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN A N S STATE BA OF NEW LONDON. PETER BItOBERG. Prasident JORGENSON .vice President JOS O. ESTREM. Gashiei CAPITAL. §25.00...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 April 1900

1 ifV r- ..ROISE Silk and Dress Goods Department. The selection of anew dress or waist is an easy task if made from-our immense stock, where there is nothing unworthy or undesirable—nothing of the cheap rand trashy. You can choose with absolute confidence, for qualities are new and dependable, styles correct and up-to-date, prices not any more than they should be and much less than is usually asked for equal quality by the other fellows Words convey but little idea of rthe New Location on Benson Ava. One-Half Block as of Postoffice. The best rigs furnished. O.ireful drivers. Prices reasonabe Grood stabling". A Fine Hearst. Prompt attention, to all calls piiH The Electric Lighted Limited S E S I S Oen'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. ', ,' "A twist of the wrist"—it's on. Another twist of the wrist, it's off—the berth light on the Burlington's Chicago Limited. Con veniences- a buffet-library smoker compartment and standard sleepers a dining car a reclining chair car electric light steam h...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 April 1900

^tmm W$&t*$ W1, \w I I *. COMPENSATION. Through clouds that skim the darkening sky We best can see the sun. Up rugged steeps, in life's hard ways. Are noblest victories won. The iron plowshare's shining blade More fertile makes the field The grain that's hardest threshed, in truth, Most precious harvests yield. Down, mountain heights, o'er stony beds, The purest waters flow Each saintly life, each conquering hand. The cross of pain must know. To spirits grieved and hearts that ache The sweetest songs are born, The nightingale in darkened cage Sings first to greet the morn. Prom the fair bloom the foot has crushed Fragrant perfumes arisp. Pair are the visions Heaven grants To dim and sightless eyes. Be still, O Soul' into God's hand Thy richest treasures give, Subject t6 His unerring will Shalt thou most nobly live. —Florence Bionson Tucker, in Union Signal SOMETHING struck the vicar in his daughter's appearance that day. was a grim man, and generally he remarked little at did no...

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

,» I Kp Wi A stirring story ofr iy Life in Thefrilimine*. [Copyright, 1899. by F. Tennyson Neely.J CHAPTER VII. Billy Gray was indeed in close ar rest and the grim prophecy was ful filled—Col. Canker was proving "any thing but a guardian angel to him." The whole regiment, officers and men, bar ring only the commander, was practi cally in mourning with sorrow for him and chagrin over its own discomfiture. Jfot only one important prisoner was gone, but two not only two, but four. No man in authority was able to say just when or how it happened, for it was Canker's own order that the pris oners should not be paraded when the guard fell in at night. They were here at tattoo and at taps all right. The of ficer of the guard, said several soldiers, had quite a long talk with one of the prisoners—young Morton—just after tattoo, at which time the entire guard had been inspected by the commanding officer. But at reveille four most im portant prisoners weie gone, and such was Canker's wrath th...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 April 1900

7T ft* **«^4***HM»**^**#+£«* CHAPTER VII. It required all of Philip's wisdom and love and consciousness of his immedi ate duty to answer his wife's appeal and say no to It. It was one of the se verest struggles he ever had. There was to be taken Into the account not only his own safety, but that of his wife as well. For, think what he would, he could not shake off the feel ing that a man so cowardly as to re sort to the assassination of a man would not be overparticular even if It should chance to be a woman. Philip was man enough to be entirely unshak en by anonymous threats. A thou sand a day would not have unnerved him In the least He would have writhed under the sense of the great sin which they revealed, but that Is all the effect they would have had. Wl:cn It came to his wife, however, y^Jthat was another question. For a mo ment he felt like sending In his resig •naUon and moving out of Milton as *soon as possible. Mrs. Strong did not 'oppose his decision when once be had 'dec...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 April 1900

If'. '•"Mr -1*. •waWMMi Vol. 6. J-* WATCHES Our stock of Ladies' and Gents' Watches is complete and well selected. We espe cialiy 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. ec£ It will pay you to talk watch with us* If you want anew watch of any kind, find it here. Wennerlund, JEWELER and OPTICIAN. LOCAL BREVITIES. Grand Home Talent Concert May 1. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Erixon Sunday night. J. T. Otos made a trip to Mamre Monday. E. L. Gale spent the past week with relatiyes in the cities.* WANTED—A good girl for general house work. Mrs. G. W. Swenson. lp Mrs. Ives visited with the Craswell family in Breckenrid'ge last week. J. W. Dudley of Atwater was in the city last week. Ex-Lieut. Gov. A. E. Rice was in the cities on business last week. C. E. Baldwin has returned from the West. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. In quire of Mrs. B. W. Sperry...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 April 1900

I hi mm TRIBUNE PRINTING CO Publishers. W!LLMAR~ I I 7 MINN A man named Smith died at Ames bury, Mass., the other day, and left a large fortune for which an heir is wanted. Somebody may be injured in the crush. James B. Dill, a New York lawyer who was a reporter on a Chicago newspaper not many years ago, re ceived a fee of $1,000,000 for adjusting the litigation and quarrel between Carnegie and Frick. Now New York rushes to the front with a proposition to hold a great world's fair in 1909. It will be in the nature of a celebration of the three hundredth anniversary of the first visit to this country of Hendrik Hud son. Malmaison, the chateau made fa mous by Napoleon I. and Josephine, is being restored, and visitors to the coming exposition will be able to see the palace where the tragedy of Bona parte's life may be said to have be gun. The people across the Atlantic are beginning to appreciate the value of American corn. A Philadelphia dis patch says that 120,000 bushels of seed cor...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 April 1900

L5 ftflGAOIER CENt WN6.a A stirring story of Life in The j^U'i^mes [Copyright, 1*99, by P. Tennyson Neely.] CHAPTER VII.—CONTINUED. The carpenter came, and he and two or three of the guard laid hold of one end of the plank after its nails were drawn, and with little exertion ripped it off the other posts. Then everybody held his breath a minute, stared, and a small majority swore. So far from its being open to cats, cans and rubbish, the space on that side was filled solid with damp, heavy sea sand—a vertical wall extending from floor to ground. Canker almost ran around to the oppo site side and had a big plank torn off there. Within was a wall as damp, solid and straight as that first discov ered, and so, when examined, were the other two sides provided. Canker's face was a sturdy, and the board gazed and •was profoundly happy. At last the colonel exploded: "By Jupiter! They haven't got away at all, then! There isn't a flaw in the sand wall anywhere. They must be hiding about the m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 April 1900

,Trjl ^$&i' %h I \\K Nh II #1 «1 to*/ 8 I O I A N I O. JOHNSON, Thgstriau aiui £nrgam, Calls answered promptly day or night. When vailing by wire, give fall name, town and section (or If in village. »rive street}, and always,say what sickness you think it is. Then vou will getprompt and efficientser vft**OFFICB AT RBSIDBNCB on Second street. Telephone No. 33. WlUmar. Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Thgsttuni and Surgemi. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. O FFICK-IiBWIS BLOCK, KES. FIRST WARD, Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 17. WILLMAR, MINN. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR. MINN. Office in Mikkelbou Block. A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Ackerman & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, A770RNEY8 LAW Office lu I. 0 Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN. I A N I STATE BA OF NEW LONDON. PETER BRORERG. President. M. JOROENSO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 April 1900

fi0^-:^S00^^^^^^_ IS KV 9 v» ifl^ 1 W' %,« 1 SPRING BARGAINS at M. F. Maguuson's New Cash Store. E item is a in bargain for new up-to-date goods N old trash to unload in my stock. Com and see for yourself. a Soap 2 bars for 5c, or 40 bars for Cor Starch the best in the market 5c per a a or 6 for Starch 5c per package or 6 for Ful weight 1 lb. S a package am 'sCocoanut, per package in Meat, per package 3 cans for Blackberries 3 cans for Gooseberries 3 cans for a Table S 2 cans for Lye 2 cans for a Foa always fresh, 3 for I sell a Bread always fresh I sell the best Roaste Coffee in Willmar. I sell W Rice, fine quality, per lb. 1 sell tine Oranges per doz., this I sell fine 4i Parlor Matches 1 have cornered the trust, per box only I sell OutiugFlannel limited amount on hand, per yard I sell Calicos, I sell Curtain S per yard S a Yar Wool, all colors, per skein an Knittin Yarn, Wool, all colors, per skei White, per skein I sell Ladies and a audi below all competition. and Overalls, Shir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 April 1900

15 •WMMMUbi iW ©LID WISH the Easter days were now like those that once I knew, When Jenny wore the bonnet plain, with ribbon-bows of blue. When we walked to Sunday meetin' o'er the meadows green and sweet, Where lilies waved in welcome", with vio lets at our feet It ain't the fancy flxin's I mind so much— the bills For birds and fluffy feathers—all the fine new-fangled frills, Fer I know that fashion changes—that it rules the world complete, But the old-time Easter bonnet was so simple and so sweet' Its ribbons matched the color of the blue sky overhead, An' the lips that smiled beneath it seemed to mean the words they said' The lips that smiled so sweetly—never knowin' any ai t— An' the eyes whose sunnv glances made a light around your heart' I've nothin' 'gainst the fashions—they've got to have their day, But I lo\e the simple bonnets of the far an' far away. An' thinkin how she looked in 'em—there, the long ago, I sigh, an praise the Lord from whom all blessin used to flow' t-F S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 April 1900

"Nip 1 t"l I*- JH li ^M to 'h ®& &r mi PRUNING FRUIT TREES. W Settin Out a Generou U»e of the Knif Is Advisabl in Most Instances When trees are taken up in the nur sery a great many of the roots are broken off. The drying out incident to transportation reduces the vitality of the trees also, and so they must be favored as far as possible by a vigorous pruning of all limbs. The cuts show, first an average tree as it comes from the nurs ery, and, second, the same tree "as it should be pruned when it is set out. Most people are too much afraid Df cutting a tree back. Such work BEFORE AND AFTER PRUNING. means, however, a more vigorous tree later on, and the vigorous pruning should be given, no matter how much it hurts to cut the young growth back. There is another important point to be remembered in setting out young trees. Probably more of these die annually for want of sufficient moisture than from any other cause. This is shown by the fact that one rarely loses any newly set ...

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