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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 April 1900

in 4' %tci TV w. sweeping, almost revolutionary in Phil- lp's utterances on "Christ and Modern Society." Some agreed with him as far as he had gone. Very many had been hurt at his plainness of speech. This was especially true of the prop erty owners and the fashionable part of the membership. Yet there was a fascination about Philip's preaching that prevented so far any very serious outbreak or dissension in the church. He was a recognized leader. In his presentation of truth he was large minded. He had the faculty of hold ing men's respect. There was no mis taking the situation, however. Mr. Winter, with others, was working agaiist him. Philip was vaguely con scious of much that did not work out into open, apparent fact. Neverthe less, when he came up on the iirst Sun day of the next mouth aud began to an nounce his iU-.W.'vt, be fouud an audi ence that crowded the house to tlie doors, and among them were scattered numbers of men from the working men's district with whom Philip had...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 April 1900

'j ~M \t •£".. Vcjp67 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. e^f 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. Seminary Bund Concert Saturday evening1. Miss Emma Wederhuft returned last week from Raymond. Mrs. E. S. Frost has returned from her visit in the cities. Ole Rogan made a business trip to Clara City last Friday. C. H. Zealand returned Monday from his trip to Canada. Goy. Lind has designated Friday, April 20, as Arbor Day. Henry Stenson has returned from a trip to Hot Springs, Ark. Miss Lottie Ahlstrom visited friends in Minneapolis last week. Rev. H. Solum held services at 'Kerkhoven on Easter Day. Miss Ellen Youngberg returned from a trip to the citie...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 April 1900

Wmnr Uiribnm. TRIBUNE I 'lilNTING Co, Pilblishers. VVILLMAfi. Sun. Mon. 22 29 MINN A1fc^tt,«att.^fJ!frAM.AV"^^"Vf"*V"^"^ 1 APRIL—1900. TUB. Wed. Thur. 1 8 15 16 23 30 3 Frl. 2 9 Sat. 3 4 5 6 10 17 24 7 11 18 25 12 19 26 13 20 27 14 21 28 $ 1 ^•V^ViV»Wiav.^^.^^^^W«0P Possibly the controversy as to whether or not alcohol is food might profitably be dismissed with the gen eral advice, "Don't eat it." "Is man or woman to blame for the unhappiness of marriage?" shrieks an excited exchange in our ears. Neither, dear brother it is just human nature. Let us have peace. The chances are that in the near fu ture Uncle Sam will pass in and out of the "open door" in China more fre quently and with greater commercial profit than any other person. Greece has decided to tax bachelors and make unmarried men ineligible for office. But suppose the bachelor tries to get married and the lady asks to be excused "Who should be taxed in that case George W. Bean, Sr., and his four 6ons. of Somenille, Mass.,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 April 1900

fclGADI h' 0 4 I I1 I 1 A~"slirrino, story op jAyQTiy Life in The fWfibbme*, |G*fyright, iftgg. by F. Tennyson Neely.) CHAPTER VIII.—CONTINUED. "Nita, if it were only for Mr. Latrobe I should not care a snap of my finger, but it's you—you! I thought you had more sense. I thought you fully under stood that you couldn't afford to lose yourself a moment, and yet if ever a girl looked like yielding you did this very afternoon. For my sake, Nita, don't let it go any further—don't fall in love—here—whatever you do." The younger sister stood at the dress ing-table at the moment, her face avert ed. The Mary Powell was just round ing the point, and the mellow, melo dious notes of her bell were still echoing through the Highlands. Nita was gaz ing out upon the gorgeous effect of sunset light and shadow on the east ern cliffs and crags across the Hud son, a flush as vivid mantling her cheeks, her lips quivering. She was making valiant efforts to control her self before replying. "I'm not in lo...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 April 1900

*$&%! tw L(WV^'^A'£^V'l'i'|f'£" 8 I O I A N I C. JOHNSON," ^ftsatriau and Surgeon, Ualla answered promptly day or night. Wlten calling by wire, glvo full name, town and section (.or If in village.give street),and always say vliat sickness you think it is Then you will get prompt and efficient se vlco OFFICE AT WES1DENCE ou Second street. Telephone No. 33. Willmar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, ThBstcian anil burgeon. Graduate Unlvorslty of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. OFFICE LEWIS BLOCK. RES. FIRST WAHD. 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, Office in I. C. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN. A N S SMMSFIWISN. PETER BROBERO. Prasldent M. JORGENSON .yice President JOS O. ESTREM. O...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 April 1900

r- It £l IF J' '. iA MAMRE. April 9 Seeding is in full blast. Otto Holmgren visited old friends at Murdock Friday. We were very much pleased to hear that the majority of the Willmar people voted for no license. Thanks for the good work the TRIBUNE is and has been doing. May the good work keep on. Misses Christine. Amanda, and Thilda Finstrom and Messrs. Pete Larson, Samuel Finstrom, and anoth er fellow whose name we did not learn, of Pittsburg, visited with friends here Sunday. Call again. While meeting Mr. C. Fred Ander son one day last week we noticed he wore such an unusual solid 18k smile. When asked the cause, he looked surprised and said joyously. "Oh, didn't you know that I am called papa?" Don't forget to pass the cigars Fred. Word has reached here that John Johnson of Minneapolis died there last week. Mr. Johnson was a former resident of Mamre, he having rented his father-in-law's farm here for a number of years, but about two years ago he went to Minneapolis again. Last De...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 April 1900

IS THIS FOOLISH THINGS YOU DID. It's good to wander back again Among the oil home folks, It rather satisfies a man To hear the same old jokes To hear somebody say: "I knew You when you were a kid," But some one always tells you of The foolish things you did Fouf heart beats lightly as it did Inl long-forgotten days, When at some well-remembered spot Reflectively you gaze. But it seems queer that all your good And noble deeds are hid. And people only call to mind The foolish things you did They talk of elders who've gone out Into some foreign land. They tell of things these other folks Have done, and they seem grand, But when it comes to talk of you, Their minds cannot be rid Of the belief you'd like to hear The foolish things you did. You know you've done a thing or two Which shows you've got some sense, But every time they talk of you They're certain to commence With tales of "What a fool you were When you lived here—a kid." They have forgotten all except The foolish things you did...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 April 1900

Mr* p'fv HP TO THE_ IS THE DAGGER OF INHARMONY THE G. O. P. CORPOROSITY. IN Mid Big Demand Fo Tariff Powder* "Plain Duty" Pills—The C. K. Darts Anti-McKinlejr Move a Cloud Bigger Than a Man's Hand—Non-Ripple Mak- ing Capacity of the Dewey Announce- ment—The Democratic Position Stated by Chairmen O'Brien and Rosing—Other National Political Points State and Twin City Points—Judge Willis' Honor- able Course in the Saintly City Muddle. The Week's Roundup. Reform Press Bureau, St. Paul, April 9,1900. The week has seen consummation, so far as the senate could do, and lacking only the assured concurrence of thewe house, of the iniquity of laying a tax on poor Puerto Rico—that mere fly spedk on the map of the country, but which promises to be, in the full application of the principle involved, a veritable na tion of power for arousing the American conscience to the dangers which beset the country. But there has been such a protest from within the party being used to consummate the iniquity ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 April 1900

'&^ I ill I1 III i1 ^j^m.^ tu +*, ),MIB. Groceries. Good Rio Coffee Good rice Good dried evaporated apples...:.. Good herring lb. Baker's Chocolate 1 bottle Sewing machine oil 1 pound mixed candy Clothes pins, 10 doz. for 1 peck onions 1 peck rutaoagas 1 peck beets Splendid 2ft can of tomatoes Splendid 21t can of appricots 15c, 2 for lond Auction Sale. As I haye rented my farm and will quit farming, I will sell at public auc tion at my place in Sec. 20. town of Kandiyohi, on Friday, April 27, 1900,The beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, the following described property: Two mares, 2 3-year old horse colts, Hambletonian 12 milch cows, 6 2-year old heifers, 3 with calf: 6 2-year-old steers two bulls: 2 lumber wagons 1 3-seated platform wagon: 2 buggies 1 road cart: 3 set bobsleds: 1 set light bobs 1 10-pound scale 1 drill 3 cross plows: 1 breaking plow 2 drags 2 selfbinders: 1 six-foot mower 1 fiye foot mower: hay rake hay rack feed cutter: 1 double cornsheller: 1 fanning mill 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 April 1900

?,4 Vol. 6. "-••••'1 *4: 0*-: t&. The Eye of a Needle. Threading a needle is one of the hardest things for the eyes, and much harder for defective ones. It's the point of excellence we seek to attain. If the aid of a glass will ac complish it, we guarantee to enable you to to thread a needle as well, as comfortably and as easily as you ever did in your life. Wennerlund, JEWELER and OPTICIAN. LOCAL BREVITIES. People's primaries Friday evening. Otos has 2 furnished rooms to rent for gentlemen. 9tf Window glass, all sizes, at Carlson Bros. & Frost's. Miss Julia Booth returned to Mar shall Saturday. Prof. Dewey was up from Litchfield last Wednesday. WANTED—Kitchen girls at the Merchants Hotel. 11-1 People's county convention next Sat urday at 11 a. m. A son has been born to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rykken. A. H. Pike and family will again locate in Montevideo. Ferd Danielson spent last week with his parents at Morris. Just received a carload of feed at Sam Govig's feed store. 11-2 C. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 April 1900

*1 ill If 1 mm* Wmar giibnne. TRIBUNE PUINTING CO., Publisher*. WILLMAR. MINN Last year 62 new silk mills were started in the United States. The raw material must be imported, but Amer ican workmanship is producing great results in its manufacture. Railway officials estimate that 500, 000 emigrants will come to the United States from Europe this year, and that most of them will settle in the great west and northwest. The Americans will have a very prominent part in the Paris world's fair. There are over 4.000 Americans represented as exhibitors, and 16,000 Americans have been engaged for per manent emplov ment on the grounds. Manila is certainly a strange place. A soldier writes that an invitation to dinner in that city is alvvavs accom panied by an invitation to stay all night, as persons found on the streets after 8:30 are liable to arrest unless they have passes. Most people have an idea that the elephant is nearly extinct, but one of the trade journals of current issue sav that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 April 1900

THE CALL FOR TOWNE INCREASING INDrCATtONS THAT MIN. NESOTA'S WELL-LOVED SON la 'Wanted For the Presidential Ticket With Bryan—Mr. Towne'i Personal At titude—Other Notes of the National Campaign The Lincoln Republican Movement Shortly to Be Inaugurated. State and National Resume of the Week. Reform Press Bureau, St Paul. April 16,1900. The event of the week, connecting national and state politics, has been de velopments touching the candidacy of Hon. Charles A. Towne for the vice presidency. The matter has been quite fully gone into in another branch of the reform press work, wherein has been given as fully as space would permit current comment on the matter, and Mr. Towne's own very clearly expressed as well as patriotic and noble senti ments. In a short time the county con ventions of all the allies will begin, from which there will be reflected, doubtless, a very clear idea of what is the home view of what should be done. Certain it is that no beloved son of any state has a deeper...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 April 1900

if- i. rt'H 8 I O I A N I C. JOHNSON, ^hgstrum anil Storgpetm, 'Jails answered promptly day or night. W'ion calltnpby wire, fflvo full name, town an I section (orlf in village.give street).and always say vMuit sickness you think it is. TIH'U yon will get prompt and efficient ser vice. OFFICE AT RESIDBNCE on Second street. Telephone No. d3. Willmar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, Thgaichiu anil Surgunu. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. OFFICE LEWIS BLOCK, KES FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 122 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, A770RMEY8 RT liflW. Office in I Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN A N S sWBiT¥lwLi)i)N. PETER BROBERG President JORGENSON -vice President. JOS O. ESTREM. Oashiei Or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 April 1900

NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST Gleaned from Neighboring Exchanges, Personal or Otherwise. A delegation of fifteen from Atwater Gamp, M. W. A., attended *a meeting of the Willmar Camp, Wednesday evening. A royal good time is re ported Gottleib Reiff has made uphis mind to spend the summer in Europe. He has already purchased his ticket and will depart from New York May 17 in company with parties from Odessa, Minn. While on the continent he will visit the Paris Expo sition, Switzerland and other points of interest. He expects to be gone till fall Another case of smallpox has developed during the past week, that of Alfred Anderson, whose home is a few miles southwest of the village. His case was pronounced smallpox Wednesday, aad the house has been placed under quarantine. It is not Known how he caught the disease as he states that so far as he knows be has not been exposed to aoy of the cases that have'been in this part of the county during the past few weeks. —Atwater Republican Press. Rev. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 April 1900

ftflmnr fflribtine. I N PKINTINO O Publishers. WILLMAR. MJNN THE DESERTED HOUSE. With sagging door and staring window place, And sunken roof, it stands among its trees, Befriended by the boughs that interlace Metween it and the light ghost-footed breeze. Poor human nest, how desolately torn' Yet in these ragged rooms young children slept. And on this floor all broken and forlorn The baby with the sunshine daily crept. See where some older "Tom" and "Susie" stood, And marked their names a yard space from the ground. That little height, when all of sweet and good Within the narrow plot of home is found. Such tiny sleeping-rooms, with space for naught Except a place to dress, a place to dream. A book, a little shelf, a good-night thought, A childish treasure brought from field or stream Upon this curbstone, picking bit by bit The grass that grew before the cottage door, The six-months' baby sat examining it As one who ner'er had seen its like before. Here by the window in her willow ch...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 April 1900

5*-' GENERAL, QjARtfJ -J* dt& KING A stirring Story qfr Life in The pM^ine*. [Copyright, 1899, by F, Tennyson NMly.] CHAPTER IX.—CONTINUED. And so began the second period of Gouverneur Prime's thralldom. A young civilian at the Point has fev* opportunities at any time, but when the lady of his love is a belle in the corps, he would much better take a long ocean \o\age than be where he could hear and see, and live in daily torment. One comfort came to him when he could not be with Mrs. Gar rison (who naively explained that "Gov" was such a dear boy and they were such stanch friends, real com rades, you know). He had early made the acquaintance of Pat Latrobe, and there was a bond of sjmpathj between them which was none the less strong because, on Prime's side, it could neith er be admitted nor alluded to—that they were desperately in love with the sisters, and it was not long before it began to dawn on Prime that pretty Nita was playing a double game—that even while assuring her ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 April 1900

The 20 Black Dress Goods. W offer you the great est bargains in Crepous ever beard of these pat terns, in all about "5 yds. to close at SHOES. Men's oil grain standard screw or peg. guaranteed all solid ODD AND EVEN LOT IN MEN'S FINE SHOES AT $1.25. $2.00 CQn Misses' 2 to 31 Shoes. and E up to §3.00. 7 40 pair of Ladies Kid I pers, lace, good value at to 81.50. NOTICE! CUT RIGHT IN TWO. THE PRICES OP Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. OUR NIGHT BELL will always sum mon prompt and willing service when there is serious illness and necessity for prompt relief. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR NIGHT CALLS. I simply ask for that kindly feeling on your'part that gives me your DAY patronage. A. E. Mossberg, 4 9 0 I 9 O N BE FOOLEDI «es NEW BARGAINS Commencing FRIDAY Per Cent l"l fiTMlNP—-Thlnkof Hats! Hats! Hats! $|,O 0 Have received 30 dozen men's soft fur hats, all styles and shapes, colors black, blue, brown gray and pearl, good values for 82 and 8*o, entire lot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

Vol.6. Ir *, The I Ik fe 1 SI M'kr mm Mi PHP £s, si it 1 IMP of a Needle.watha Threading a needle is one of the hardest things for the eyes, and much harder for defective ones. It's the point of excellence we seek to attain. If the aid of a glass will ac complish it. we guarantee to enable you to to thread a needle as well, as comfortably and as easily as you ever did in your life. Wennerlund, JEWELER and OPTICIAN.of LOCAL BREVITIES. Miss Mabel Johnson of Fahlun was in town Saturday. Jonah Gould has sold his milk busi ness to Wesley Burr. Miss Til lie Bonde is assisting in the register of deeds office. FOR RENT—Rooms above telegraph office in Gilger Block. W GILGER. Attorney Sam'l Olson left this week on a business trip to Kansas City, Mo. Stansberry & Spicer are selling the best low down farm wagon ever sold for $40.00, 10-3 For a large delicious dish of ice cream go to the Farmers' Restaurant on Benson Ave. 12 14 FOR SALE—Residence i'opert„\, one corner lot, 5 room house. In q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

ft' Wmar j^rtfinne. TRIBUNE PRINTING CO Publishers. W I A I MINN Nebraska has some strange school houses. There are 141 log buildings, 517 built of sod, one of baled straw and one of steel. A fund is being raised by officers of the United States navy to purchase a Bilver model of the battleship Maine for presentation to Miss Helen Gould. The Chicago jury that freed a man so that he might marry was invited to the wedding as a matter of course. It is always the privilege of the jury to see tlie penalty inflicted. A scientist says: "Between the ticks of a watch, a ray of light will move a distance equal to eight times around the earth." What beautiful fairy tales that man could write. Now that joke writers have worked out the vein of the "sweet girl gradu ate,*' it is proposed that the graduat ing essay be abolished. On the same grounds the mother-in-law might be abolished, but she will not be. The worst bush fires which have been known in Australia for half a century have devastated w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

1 ft Wl I tss^p^^^si^^ A stirring story Life in The pWlibbines. [GoRyright, 1899. by F. Tennyson Neely.J CHAPTER XI.—CONTINUED. Late that afternoon, just after the various trunks and boxes of the Frosts that were to go by the transport were packed and ready, and Mrs. Frost, look ing stronger at last, though still frag ile, almost ethereal, was returning from a drive with one of her friends, the at tention of the two ladies was drawn to a crowd gathering rapidly on the side walk not far from the Baldwin hotel. There was no shouting, no commotion, nothing but the idle curiositj' of men and boys, for a young soldier, a hand some, slender, dark-eyed, dark-com plexioned fellow of 21 or 22, had been arrested by a patrol and there they stood, the sergeant and his two sol diers fully armed and equipped, the hapless captive with his arms half tilled with bundles, and over the heads of the little throng the ladies could see that he was pleading earnestly with his captors, and that the sergean...

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