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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

ft S I O I A N QR. C. JOHNSON, Vttgsicem mul Surgeon, 'Jails answered promptly day or night. When calling by wire, jrlve full name, town ind 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 NBSIDBNCB on Second street. Telephone No. 33 Wlllmar. Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN Tltgaircm and Sbtrgson. Uraduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physician. St Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OFFICE LEWIS HLOCK, RES FIRST WARD. Telephone No. 122. Telephone No. 17. WILLMAR. MINN A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR. MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, W I A I N N Office in Mikkelson Block A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office In Ackcrman & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, Office in I. 0 Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN A N S STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERO. President JOROENSON .vice President. JOS O. ESTREM. Oashiei Organized Under the Sta...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

Vol. 6. !&fe*s NEW LEADER Self- Heating Gasoline Sad Iron Latest Utility. Out! Every family Should have one! No home complete without it—No house-keeper happy without it—No ironing- first-class unless you use the New Leader Self-heating1 Gasoline Sad-iron. It is perfectly clean, very neat and attractive, and absolutely safe to operate in every respect, by simply following: our directions care fully. It is beautifullyfinished,an will last a life-time with proper care. It costs but one cent a day to run it, which will save the price of the Iron in fuel alone in a short time. A lady can do double the work she can do with the ordinary old style of Irons. "No heating1 up the house on ironing1 day! No running back and forth to the stove to punch up the fire and change irons! Exclusive territory given to good agents in Pope, Meeker and Kandi yohi counties. Write for particulars at once. WILLMAR GASOLINE SAD-IRON COMPANY, Tribune Bldg, Willmar, Minn. Open All Night Is practically, but n...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

I I By REV. CHARLES M. 6HELD0N. Autbor of "In His Steps," Etc. Copyright, 1899, by the Advance Publishing Co. [CONTINUED.] 4 'There had been a growing feeling of discontent in all the mills, and it had finally taken shape in the Ocean mill, which was largely owned and control led by Mr. Winter. The discontent arose from a new scale of wages sub mitted by the company. It was not satisfactory to the men. and the after noon of that evening on which Philip had gone down to the hall a commit tee of the mill men had waited on Mr. V. inter and after a long conference had gone away without getting any satisfaction. They could not agree on the proposition made by the company and by their own labor organization. Later in the day one of the committee, under instructions, went to see Mr. Winter alone and came away from the interview very much excited and angry. He spent the first part of the evening in a saloon, where he related a part of his Interview with the mill owner, and said that he had ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

in &. 5 1 4 PRINSBURC, April 28. has returned Miss Katie Huisinga from Raymond. Mr. Den Naadle has returned his trip to Iowa. from The spring weather is dealing some pretty stiff jerjcs to the whiskers of our seniors. Mrs. Noteboom has been visiting friends in Iowa. A birthday party was the occasion of a social gathering at Mr. Bosch's on Tuesday evening last week As it was Mr. Bosch's birthday he was pre sented with a handsome easy-chair. Supper, social chat, music, and con gratulatory speeches made the time fly fast, and it was quite late when the guests betook themselves to the vale dectory part of the program. Mr. Elema from Chicago has been working a revival here. He also vis ited Renville and ended up with Ray mond, from whence he has set sail for Chicago. Mrs. Ledeboer was buried last Mon day. A large number of friends at tended the funeral. Services were held in the Prinsburg C. R. church. Mrs. Ledeboer had been sick with consumption for over a year, and had been on the ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

r&r^ *WW0(ST fc Wmnr ^rihine. TRinuxr ix a Co Publishers. WiLLMAR, '. MINN THE BOY. "When you hear a fearful racket, Like a miniature cyclone, Wfth some sounds so stiange that surely Their like was ne\ er known, W hile the mother listens calmly, Even with a smiling face, Tou may know that It Is nothing But the boy about the place. "When there's famine in the cupboard, And the milk pall soon runs dry, And you can't keep pies or cookies, No matter how you try, And you vainly seek for apples That have gone and left no trace, Hard times Is not the trouble— There's a boy about the place. "When there's sawdust on the carpet. And some shaving3 on the beds, "When the rugs are tossed In corners, And your chairs stand on their heads While, If a tool you're needing, you AH 'round the house must race, Tou may know he's making something- Is the boy about the nlace. When the house Is full of sunshine On the darkest kind of day, And you have to laugh at seeing Some outlandish, boyish play And ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

SB* 3 ^j^sfg.|t»*yy .-*' \, SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. BAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Events That Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Past. The move made a few weeks ago to build a monument in honor of Queen Marguerite, who united Sweden Swe den, Norway and Denmark under a common ruler, has aroused a healthy discussion of the merits of Queen Mar guerite, as well as of the Scandinavian union of 1397 itself. The Gothenborg Handelstidning deprecates the propo sition chiefly on the ground that said union proved to be only a source of friction and annoyance. The strong est point made by its advocates seems to be that the great queen crushed the power of the Hanseatic league in Swe den and Denmark. It is also empha sized that she checked the rapacity of the nobility of those countries. SWEDEN. A complete acetyleene gas factory has been shipped from Stockholm to Conco. It is to be used about 100 miles inland, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 May 1900

'B, F- its* Ih^-r TWINE!: 4& HOLUM. mm in the World, A Special Offering J*# April 28 Miss Josie Peterson departed for Fessenden, N. D., Friday. A choir has besn organized in Dist. 31, with Mr. Gilbert Oppen as leader. John Iverson is back from Roseau county, where he has secured a home stead near Badger., LAKE ANDREW. •.'• April 30' Willie Larson will build a barn this season. .', ,.. Thor Tollefson will build a new dwelling house this summer'. Services were held in the East Nor way Lake churches last Sunday by Revs. Fjelstad and Jordahl. ilj/ "Miss Belle Hande is succeeding nice ly with her school in DisV 69, teach :^j ing the youth to spell the Royal path ^j of life. $ MESTLAKEiH ££•&% Avru M- /-, I /John Bengtson is hauling lumber from Spicer for anew barny Gust Holstein, now' or Murdock, visited his parents here last Sunday W« are pleased to Bee Andrew An derson around again, after an attack of rheumatic teve*, '$$$$^ff \g Rev. J. Johnson jfMtMJIifumvm X^Mdon and Hawick ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 May 1900

*& 4t+ lllf: 'Hsm Gov. Lind has again recognized the splendid qualities of a Kandiyohi Co. citizen in the appointment of Oliver Thompson, of New London, to the position of Boiler Inspector for the Seventh Congressional District to suc ceed the late Albert Larson, who died last January. There were a number of applicants for the position frem dif ferent parts of the district, but Mr. Thompson was finally given the place. The Governor made no mistake in se lecting Mr. Thompson, as he will make a careful and efficient official. Oliver has a host of friends in this and neigh boring counties who .will be glad to hear of his good fortune and to com mend the choice for this responsible position. Oliver H. Thompson was born June 29, 18G1, on the northeast shore of Nest Lake, thus he is a native of the county. His parents. Thomas and Carrie Thompson emigrated from Sweden and were among the early settlers of Kandiyohi county. In '62 they were obliged to flee before the attacks of the savag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 May 1900

#S5 A 4 -let. M££r E*lt5ft" _#* r- WmarfMribune. TRIBUNE PHINYINQ CO., Publishers. WILLNIART" MINN MAY—1900, Sun. Moo. Toe. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. 2 9 6 13 20 27 3 14 21 28 4 7 8 15 22 29 5 10 17 24 31 11 18 25 12 19 26 16 23 30 A typewriter that will write short Land is the latest invention. The world still moves. The mills of justice are about as slow in their grinding as the mills of the gods.. A case 102 years old has just been settled in the court of claims at "Washington. A prize of $20,000 in gold will be awarded at the Paris exposition for the best device for saving life at sea. American inventors have submitted 112 models of inventions. Historical coincidences are some times interesting. Hon. Charles A. Al len was inaugurated governor of Porto Rico on May 1, the anniversary of the battle of Manila bay, and arrived there on the Mayflower. According to the rolls of the pension department, Hiram Cronk, of Dunn Creek, near Borne, N. Y., is the last pensioner of the war of 1812. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 May 1900

i, 4 A TRIUMPH FOR BANKERS. Bat a Severe Blow to the Business In terests of the American. People. After a continuous struggle of 30 years the bankers of the United States have triumphed over the people and se cured the enactment of a law to retire the greenbacks and treasury notes and confer upon them the power to issue bank notes to the full limit of the pub lic debt. The passage of this bill is a severe blow to the business interests of the American people. From an economic standpoint the proposition is unsound and from amoral standpoint it is criminal. The notes of the banks are not legal tender, and while they have the power, through obtaining free circulation and general accept ance by the people, to advance prices, being dependent upon gold for ulti mate redemption, they do not possess the power to sustain prices and are therefore a mischievous, panic-breed ing currency, designed to enrich the banks, but containing every element of danger and no element whatever of se curity f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 May 1900

8 I I A N 8 QR. C. JOHNSON, 'Jails answered promptly day or night. When calling by wire, give full name, town and section (orif in village, give streets 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. Willmar, Minnesota. QR. W. E. MACLAUGHLIN, ¥hg&tcbm anil £nrgom. Graduate University of Minnesota. Late House Physiolan, St. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul. OFFICE LEWIS BLOCK. RES. FIRST WARD. Telephone No. lti. Telephone No. 1? WILLMAR. MINN A. F. MANTOR, ENTIST, WILLMAR. MINN. C. E. GERRETSON, DENTIST, WILLMAR, MINN. Office in Mikkelson Block A O N E S OLNEY & FRYE, Attorneys at Law, Office in Ackeiraan & Holt Building. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Samuel Olson. Charles Johnson OLSON & JOHNSON, •AT70RNEYS R7 LAW. Office In I. C. Olson Block, WILLMAR. MINN. J^ANKS. STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBKRG. Prasldent JORGENSON -vice President JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier Organized Under t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 May 1900

4^, rt»s FENCERAIL PHILOSOPHY. PARROTT FER KONGRESS. Ez I passed by Parrott's plais the uther day notist Jack standing in the barnyard looking ei thawtfull ez a young gal trying to desyde whitch of her luvers she likes the best. I asked him if he wuz thinkiug of his annecksayshun skeam. "No,"' sez Parrott, "I hed to giv ttaet up I finds thet Ole is a voter and Mark don't want to rob him in a way thet he will understand. Them Fillypeenos liv fur off and haint got no pursenel frends hear, and kant vote agin Mack, so Mark thinks it is awlrite to takkel them fer thare land. But I wuz spek ewlayting on anuther skeam I'm tyerd of farming In kooi I noa we is prosperus Mack sez so, and Mark sez so, and awl the repubbliken pay pers sez so. Tharfor it must be troo. But sumhow neather I nor eny of my nayburs hev bin abel to ketch on to the prosper! lty. When we hed horses to sell thay wuz wurth nothing. When evryboddy kwitt raysing horaes thay got so skairs that Mack and Mark wuz abel to git i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 May 1900

Jtp. GREAT SCHEMES. t'm going: to write great poems some day, Exactly when I will not say, Just now some things are in the way I'll beffta—well, a week from Tuesday. There are pictures, too, I mean to paint. My Dlans, as yet, area little faint, But my notions are really new and quaint, As you'll see a week from Wednesday. A great drama I have in mind, A.s soon as I a plot can find, Str^cing, original, refined. Perhaps a week from Thursday. hope to form a stock concern, Enormous dividends 111 earn, Till coupon bonds I'll have "to burn," About a year from Piiday Or, no—I'll Just invent a toy. 3ome simple gimcrack to give joy To each enraptured girl or bov I'll work on that next Saturday. I can't decide which scheme to choose, Each idea seems too good to lose, Meanwhile I'll take my Sunday snooze- To-morrow's only Monday —Tudor Jenks, in the Woman's Home Companion in A Million Dollar Fire W By Ii Davxres f^ HEN Thomas Proctor entered my office one October morning ten years ago I little...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 May 1900

I .? V" 1 If «r y' 5v [Copyright, 1899. by P. Tenayaon Neely.] CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. Armstrong took the missive held out to him and slowly read it, the general studying his face the while. The let ter bore no clew as to the whereabouts of the riter. It read: .„ "March 1, '98. It Is six weeks since I repaid all vour loving kindness, brought shame and'sor row to you anrUruin to myself by desert ing from West *int when my commission was but a few short months away In an hour of intense misery, caused by a girl who had won my very soul, and whose words and letters made me believe she would become my wife the month of my graduation, and who, as I now believe, was then engaged to the man she married in January, I threw myself away My one thought was to find her, and God knows what beyond. "It can never be undone My career is ended, and I can never look you in the face again At first I thought I should show the letters, one by one, to the man she mar ried, and ask him what he thought of hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 May 1900

I I is, The 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. 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. Frank Holmberg Dassel. spent Sunday at Mrs. Sam Porter goes today for a short vi&it. to rent 9tf Otos has 2 furnished rooms for gentlemen Window glass, all sizes, at Carlson Bros & Frost's O F. Wennerlund visited C'okato friends last week Ex-Weighmaster Reese was in the village this week. The republicans hold their county convention today. to the city F. L. Smith succeeds Hans Johnson as village expiessroau. A good square meal atth* Farniars' Restaurant for 20 cents. 12-14 Miss Agnes Spioer arrived home to day from New York City. W. A. Geer of Burbank was among the county seat visitors last week. Vic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 May 1900

I I* m~ V, IV"' Sf? I'i"' 1 1 it 11 1 It Is not for the pleasure, the solace or the glory of the dead, but for the Instruction, the guidance and the in spiration of the living that we cele brate the birth of one of the greatest men known to the annals of freedom. In law, in medicine, in science, in government, in war, in every field of human activity.the deeds of the mighty dead light the path for today and point the road for tomorrow. Today the men of America who love liberty and hate oppression, who love justice and despise hypocrisy, look to the shrine of Thomas Jefferson for new hope and new courage. The foundations of the republic are shaking, and the altars of liberty are crumbling. Dirty fingers are laid on the Goddess of Justice, and soiled hands are pillaging the temple of hu manity. The effort to secure privilege and to maintain private monopoly in city and in nation is not only robbing us but rotting us down. In America enterprise has come to mean exploitation, and patrio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 May 1900

I? I* &A It was a great convention. Repre sentatives, of the great party of the people from all sections of the United States were present to assist in deter mining the course of the party for the next four years. There were honest differences of opinion as to the proper course for the convention to pursue in regard to party policy, but all were unanimous for the success of the prin ciples the party stands for and in the selection of the men to lead in the assault that will be made upon the in trenched forces of greed and corrup tion during the pending campaign. The course was adopted which best seems to permit honest co-operation, at the same time that the party organ ization is preserved as a guarantee to the voters that whatever happens they will have a platform and ticket which they can heartily support. The course of the national chair man, Senator Marion Butler, who, during the trying years since 1896, has faithfully and diligently labored to preserve the organization and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 May 1900

mi r% i:M^^^i*ki&A*m±m&JX l?r TRIBUNE PUINTINO CO., Publishers. WILLMAR~ I I MINN The official repdft corner from Wy oming that during the past year 10,000 wolves were killed in that state. All of which reminds us that the west is still a trifle "wild and woolly" around the edges. The news that the society of Box ers in China numbers 11,000,000 men in its membership seems to indicate that the task of weeding them out is not going to be an easy one. It is one of the largest societies of mur derers the world has ever known. The swindler who secured depositors on a promise to pay interest at the rate of 520 per cent, a ear, and failed to re turn the principal, has been sentenced to ten years in a New York peniten tiary, the limit of the law. At this rate the get-rich-quick fraternity will exercise more caution. It appears from a letter of an army paymaster that the soldiers in Panaj and Negros islands have deposited $200,000 of their pay as savings duiing the past six months. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 May 1900

y$h «& .„ I «ti rrin$ story of Life in rW»|ppineSL ICopyrtght. tlg», by F. Ttnnyson Neely.] CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. And Canker came and listened. It was admitted that Gray had had a long talk with the prisoner, took him his overcoat, newspapers, etc., but, in extenuation, they were members of the same college society and their social standing was, outside the army, on the aame plane. Gray deserved reprimand and caution—nothing more. As to the carriage, he had nothing to do with the one that drove to camp that night. A man in the uniform of a commissary sergeant giving the name of Foley (how Canker winceH) had ordered it at the stable and taught the driver "Killar ney.*^ Gray had 'phoned for a carriage for himself, hoping to get the officer of the day's permission to be absent two hours to tell his story in person to the general, who was dining with the de partment commander. He never got the permission, and the carriage went to the wrong camp. Lieut. W. F. Gray was released from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 May 1900

ISM: fc r* eye KEof-¥'Nee^Ie. Threading a needle is one ofHeatwole J7/ the, hardest things for the pieyeSjV and much harder for *».- defective ones. ItVthe 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 w«?ll? as comfortably and asery" easily, as you ever did in your life. Wennerlund, JEWELER and OPTICIAN. WILLMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY THE I N E I N I N CO.: VICTOR K. IiAWSON. EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION price. If paid before end of first year, $1.00 ayear: if delinquent IODK er. fl.Soa year will be charged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, pithy articles on questions of general Inter est are thankfully received, when the name o. the writer is made known to the editors. Regular news correspondents wanted in every locality not already represented. Write for terms and instructions. ADVERTISEMENTS.—Display ad's inser. ted for 25 cents per Inch per week. Liberal ...

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