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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 March 1895

Wr. BELGRADE 'I-5- T. J. Anderson & Co's, POLITICAL UZZLE To me answering the following four question? correctly before APRIL 1st. we will give free of charge 100 LBS. BEST GRANULATE SUGAR First. From what evil dees the people of America suffer mos:? Which is the second greatest evil? Which i& the third greatest evil? Which is the fourth greatest exit? Answer to us at Belgrade direct or thio.iwli tl.e Tribune. If more than t»ne answers correctly, the prize will be divided equally, it' no one answers correctly before the date above mentioned, we shall give it in the tht issue after that date, according to our style of thinking. T. J. Anderson & Company, Prop. Farmer's Union Cas»h Store. BKLfJllADti, M1XX. Hampen Brothers, BELGRADE, MINN. .)list East of Skimland's Shop. P0©e:pieg -~^£KAND*& Jmm\ We will always pay the highest Market Price for BUTThR and EGGS, and sell omr GOODS as CHEAP as any in town. KJERLitJS GOLBJQRNSGN, Owners and Proprietors, MILLERS AND SHIPPERS...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 12 March 1895

i&c IV 5t A t& "rf"\f BKLKUADK, f5 T.A IJMMGBNBFALil. POLITICAL UZZLE '&me an 'fpfeVKij BELGRADE DEPARTMENT. T. J, Anderson & Go's. To anyone answering the following four question* correctly before APRIL 1st. we will give free of Owners and Proprietors. MILLEHS AND SHIPPERS OF Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT FLOUR, RYE FLOUR And ail kinds of FeedEEEEEEE— W€frUd SHs. charge 100 LBS. BEST GRANULATED SUGAR First. From what evil does the people of America suffer trios'$ Which is the second greatest evil? Which is the third greatest evil? Which is the fourth greatest evil? Answer to us at Belgrade direct 01 Uubuili the Tribune. If ui»re than one answers correctly, the pr'ze will be divided equally, if no one answer* correctly before the date above mentioned, we shall give it in the Hi.-t i-sue* after that date, according to our stle oi thinking. T. J. Andeison & Company, Prop. Farmer's Union Cash Store. Hampen Brothers, BELGRADE. MINN. .Just East of Skiinlaiid...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 March 1895

F.-« VOL. 1. i-* ««gtoo»o 8- If 4 lit t# Ml' SILK DEPARTMENT. $1.03 per yard this sale 65 cents. 75 and 85 cents per yard 50 cents A greai my other bargains in silk. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. Henrietta* former puce $1.00 & 90 cts this de 50 cts Serge $1.00 this hale 50 cts Serge 75 & 65 cents, this sale :..39cts Dress goods sold for 35 cents, this sale 2 0 cts tenticn and honest treat- ment. '3 25 cents, this sale 15 cts Dress Flannel, former price 50 & 60 cts this sal.*.33 cts Broadcloih, cheap it $1 OJ per yd this sale... .67 cts Dress Dm.k former price 18 and 20cts this sale Taffeta Moire, former price 25 cent" this sale 1 5 cts Sbusban -('li-Hm-wro*-tyowUrt^hceirtsthis-Sttle* .^-fO «W•* Veiy fine line of outing ftaniu Is prices from 5ctntsand upwards. Dress gingh ims 4cts, 5 cts. and 6 its per yard. A big line of Prints from 4cts., 5cts. and 6 cts. MAIL ORDERS Reeeive Our prompt at- 00»»»»»ftOOO»»* W§m PAULSON BLOCK, A~ \FACITiq AVJB. Wil Minneapolis Cash Store! Th Gra...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 March 1895

w^ D&*?* IK 8? 3 I'&f- t. WILLMAR TRIBUNE. WILtMAB, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, March 19,1895 CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, E r. GDDMDND SlCARWAND General Business Ageut for the Will mar Tribune. Office at the old 8perry Machinery Building. Will mar, Minn. Subscriptions may be paid to Gud mundP.Karwand. For advertising rates in the Willinar Tribune in quire of Mr. Karwand. Uoal Agents for Willmar Tribune. S. J. Anderson New London. Hampen Bros Belgrade. Peter Larson Atwater. John Quam Norway Lake. F. P. VanVorst Hawick. L. P. Owre Lake Lillian. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES: $1.00 per annum in advance. $1.25 if not paid in advance. Outside of the county 15 cts. extra for postage. HOW TO GET BETTER TIMES. 4 As neither of the old political Eetters artie have been able to give us times, either by their money .policies, tariff reforms or tidal Waves, it may not be inap propriate for a Populist news paper to suggest measures for relief. Two avenues are o|en before the people. 1st. By Government reform as sub...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 March 1895

$% :ff- 6f yz Agricultural Department. CONDUCTED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. FAUM GARDEN. Did you ever see a good gar den, properly taken care of, and then stop to reflect without ask ing yourself the question, What is the use of running a two to three hundred acre farm when so much valuable and wholesome food can be produced on one acre of land? If you could have all the cabbage, tomatoes, beans, peas, carrots, beets, parsnips, turnips, sweet corn, strawberries, currants, gooselrerries, grapes, etc., etc., that you would need for yourself and family, how much would you save in grocer's bills throughout the year and still have a better table set with far healthier food? Do we exas perate when we claim a saving of from $7 5 to $100 everything considered? If you believe thw reasoning fails, first try a big garden this coming season and let us hear from yon by this time next winter. One acre of land in all you need, aud probably one half of one acre will do just as well to begin w...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 19 March 1895

4 —Hi BELGRADE, *ite»J T-A I te€^.= BELGRADE DEPARTMENT. T. J. Anderson & Co's, POLITICAL UZZLE To anyone answering the following four questions correctly before APRIL 1st, we will give free of charge 100 LBS. BEST GRANULATED SUGAR First From what evil does the people of America suffer most? Which is the second greatest evil? Which is the third greatest evil? Which is the fourth greatest evil? Answer to us at Belgrade direct or through the Tribune. If more than one answers correctly, the prize will be divided equally, if no one answers correctly before the date above mentioned, we shall give it in the first issue after that date, according to our style of thinking. BELGRADE, CUSTOM MM IjkefA- T. J. Anderson & Company, Prop. Farmer's Union Cash Store, Hampen Brothers, BELGRADE, MINN. Just East of Skimland's Shop. We will always pay the highest Market Price for BUTTER and EGGS, and sell omr GOODS as CHEAP as any in town. NERklUS Owners and Proprietors. MILLEHS AND SHIPPERS OF ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 26 March 1895

ftPS^'V p\ ,~ iR- fe- SILK DEPARTMENT. ll.00 per yard^ this sale 65 cents. 75 and 85 cents per yard 50 cents A great many other bargains in silk. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. Henriettas, former price $1.00 & 90 cts this sale 50 cts Serge $1.00 this sale 50 cts Serge 75 & 65 cents, this sale 39 cts Dress goods sold for 35 cents, this sale 20 cts 25 cents, this sale—: 15 cts Dress Flannel, former price 50 & 60 cts this sale.33 cts Broadcloth, cheap at $1 00 per yd this sale 67 cts Dress Duck former price 18 and 20cts this sale Taffeta Moire, former price 25 cents this sale.... 15 cts Shushan China wash.goods 15 cents this sale.. .. Very fine line of outing flannels prices from 5 cents and upwards. Dress ginghams 4cts, 5 cts. and 6 cts per yard. A big line of Prints from 4cts., Sets, and 6 cts. 12 1-2 cts Cash Store! We push for Business Low prices pull for Business, and the People must come CAPES AND JACKETS. This year style, no old stocks, at the very lowest prices. hildren's ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 26 March 1895

Water White Kerosene Oil, 10c per gallon. 24 pounds nice C. Sugar for $1.00. 20 pounds good Dried Apples, fl.00. 20 pounds nice California lUisins for 11.00. 16 pounds nice small California Prunes for $ 1.00. WATCH THIS SPACE Answer to our during April. P0©e:riGg ^ffimaMJ EYE OPENER. Nice whole Rice, 17 pounds for $1.00 Best Jelly, per pail, 50 cents. Parlor Matches—one dozen large boxes—15 cents. Fair Syrup, per gallon, 28 cents. Finest Syrup in the market, 35 cents. every week, you posted., We will always pay the highest Market Price for UTTER and EGGS, and sell omr GOODS as CHEAP as any in town. NERkllaJS & GOLBvJORWSON, Owners and Proprietors. MILLERS AND SHIPPERS OF Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT FLOUR, RYE FLOUR And ail kinds of FeedEEEEEEE— from Wheat and Rye #n- BELGRADE, CUSTOM It may help a little t» keep POLITICAL PUZZLE will be given in the Tribune Yours Truly, T. J. ANDERSON 4 CO., Hampen Brothers, BELGRADE, MINN. Just East of Skimland's Shop. BELGRADE, MIN...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 April 1895

4 t,* 1' s^-' Htf.- ilPP '33 1 State Experimental Farm In Kandiyohi County. The suggestions of Mr. Qnaui in the Farm Column ol last week's Tribune in regard to a State Experimental Farm here in Kandiyohi county has im pressed us and others whom we have spoken to about it, as of more than passing importance. The reasons advanced in favor of its location in this section of the State seems unanswerable. And following the suggestions of Mr. Quam iu providing the means, it would not be necessary to have any appropriation from the gen eral re.venue fund. Now while the capital racket is on between the two cities, and both sides are anxious to make friends, we be lieve our representatives in the legislature have a good chance of working such a measure through, or at least preparing the ground for prompt actiou two y*arsfrom now. This repub lican gislature ought to regard any re 'sonable claim for some thing fi ^m Kandiyohi county, not onlv in recognition of the able men who represent the co...

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 1895

fe1 L* ^V %&*$<**' '*®k t^* T, •PA WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesdnj at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, April 2, 1895. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Editor. GUDMUND KARWANI), General ButiinesH A^ent for the Will mur Tribune Office at the old Sperry Machinery Building, \MI1 mar, Minn Subucriptions ma.\ bo paid to Gurt mundP Karwaml For ad ertiainp rates in the Willnmr Tribune in quire of Mr Karwand Loeal Agents for Willmar Tribune S Andeison dampen Bros I'etei Jargon •John Quam 1' Van Voi st Owre New London Belgi.ide Atwatei Noiwav lake Hawick Lake Lillian SUBSCRIPTION PRICES $1 tM) per annum in advance. $1 25 if not paid in -idvanee Outside of the count) lo cts extia for postage The Real Trouole St Cloud Journal Press The Willmar Tnbune, the new Pop ulist paper, a the bankers and business men are responsible for the lecent financial panic and the piesent hard times, "because of their superior ad van tap* to comprehend these things,' and that 'they should have foreseen and a\erted th...

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 1895

U' Agricultural Department, CONDUCTED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. DIVERSIFIED FARMING. LIVE STOCK. The average equipment of live stock on an ordinary farm of 16 0 acres, we would estimate to be as follows: 4 working horses, valued 3 yearling 5 cows 10 head of young stock 2 hogs 25 chickens ou Total $ 637.50 This would require the invest ment of 8 1 2 5 over the capital invested in the5 present epuip ment, and it will depend on the CP'CUinstances of the individual farmer whether to make that ex tra investment or take time and raise the needed increase. If the money has to be loaned at a high rate of interest, we think the latter advisable. Of course it will take some time, figuring and dickering? to be able to ex change or convert the undesira ble property of the present equipment into the required property of the new system but this can undoubtedly be done just as fast as we are able to ac quire the experience and skill necessary in handling the new system. We will proceed by t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 April 1895

a: I- •MMJ t"*: \m re* (5r0Gerieg BELGRADE MP&RTMEN1 Water White Kerosene Oil. luc per gallon 24 poundS nice C. Sugar for $ 1,00. 20 pounds good Dried Apples, $1.00. &) pounds nice California Raisins* for $1*00. 16 pounds nice small California Prunes for $1.00. WATCH THIS SPACE Answer to our during April. UHZMj EYE OPENER Nice whole Rice, IT pounds for $1.00 Best Jelly, per pail, oO cents. 'arlor Matches—one dozen large boxes—lo cents. Fair Syrup, per gallon, 28 cents. Finest Syrup in the market, i$f cents. every week. It may help a.little t« keep you posted. ^~"*oos^^- POLITICAL PUZZLE will be given in the Tribune Yours Truly, T. J. ANDERSON &. CO., BELGRAPK. MIxx: Hampen Brothers5 BELGRADE, MINN. .lust East of Skimland's Shop We will always pay the highest Market Price for BUTTER and EGGS, and sell omr GOODS as CHEAP as any in town. ana '•&/'?- NERklSIS & GOLBiJORNSON, Owners and Proprietors. MILLEHS AN SHIPPERS OF Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT FLOUR,...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 April 1895

•§&*% 4f &7 VOL. 1. *o p^^'w'W^TySrF^fj *£&•- On motion thefollowingresolu tions was unauimouslv adopted: WHEUEAS, At the time of the serious fire in our village on the 17th day of March, 1895, the Mayor called upon our sifter-city of Willmar, for help, and, where as the municipal authorities and fire department of Willmar promptly responded to said call, and rendered to our citizens efficient aid and in all respects did neighborly and able service, therefore be it Resolved, That the Common Council, of Litchfield, hereby tender to the city authorities and efficient fire department of Willmni, our heartiest thanks, and assure them of our due appreciation of thier prompt and able &er\ ices Resolved, That these resolu tions be spread upon our records and that a copy hereof be for warded to the city Recorder of Willmar.—-[Litchfield Review. We have before us the most unique and pathetic newspapei ever our lot to behold It is a copy of the Weekly Tiibune of Gallauav, Neb,...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 April 1895

S& ft* L% E WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday nt WILLMAR, MINNESOTA Tuesday, April 0. 1805 CHRISTlflHJOHHSOH, -Editor. "GUDMUNI) 1\ KAUWAND, General BusinoHH Agent for the Will raar Tribune Ofliee nt tl»e old Sperry Machinery J'.uildinj Will mar, Minn Subbcriptions innj be i)aid to (Jud mundP Karwand ForadvcrUainn rates in the Wilhnar Tribune in quire of Mr Karwand Local Agents for Willmar Tribune. S J. Anderson llampen Bios J'eter Larson .lolin Quam 1 Van Voi st Owre Xew London lielgiade \twsitei Noiwav Lake Hawick. Lake Lillian SUBSCRIPTION PRICES $1 00 per annum in advance $1 25 if not paid in advance Outside of the count} 1" cts extia for postage. Redemption of Farm Mortga ges. TIIOM. Hodgson has a eoin- munication in the hi.st i*»Mie of Farm, Stork and Home on the above subject After referring to the unsatisfactory methods of collecting statistics he sa s- ''Now, I venture to say that neither the department at Wash ington or St Paul can answer the following questions...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 April 1895

WILLMAR TRIBUNE.! Published c\trv TUCM1H.\ nl WILLMAR, MIXNKSOTA. Tuesday, April 180.". CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Editor. jr O I 1\ KAKWAND. (Joiioral I.UHiiM'ss Agent for the Will niar Tribune. Oilice at the old Sperry Maehinerv JUiildinjA, Will mar. Minn Subscriptions nia\ be paid to Gml mund 1' Knrwiind Kovad\ertisinji rates in the Wilhunr Tribune in quire of Mr Karwand Local Agents for Willmar Tribune. S .1 xnderson 11 am pen l»us Peter Larson .lolin Quani K. 1'. YanVorst Owre New London Helmade. Xtwatei Nor\\ii\ L.iKe 11 a\Si ick. Lake Lillian ^I'l^CRlPTlON PKICES $1.00 per annum in advance. $1 2" if ii(t paid in .idxancv Outside of the countx cts e\tia for postage. Redemption of Farm g-es. Mortga- Thos. ('. llodoson has a com municatiou in the last issue of Farm, Stock and Home on the above subject After teferrine to the unsatisfactory methods of collecting statistics he sa\s "Now, I \enturc to say that neither the department at Wash ington or St Paul can answer the follow ino questi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 April 1895

7 W1W tf In selootiiiii your seed corn be careful at you get co at is sure to o-ermiu ire: at it i.s the right kind for vour soil and cli mate at which will under fav orable conditions produce a good htand, a vigorous growth and uniformity of ears, and at the same time ripen befoie our Sejv tember fi-osls catch it It pays big to g^t fresh see 1 from a dif ferent locality and !oil if not raised to far south of u^ Never allow cows to drink wa ter at \o\\ would not drink yourself. Milk from common cows, when glass fed, contains nearly 87 per cent water. Th cow has no filter in her to purify water, and if the water is impure the impurity goes straight into the milk If a cow diinks 10 0 pounds of impure water, 87 per cent of the impurities of thar wa ter will be found the milk With hogs, neai all a-es, it will be best to select out the animals intended to be kept foi breeding, and then leed them es pecially for this puipose It is very impoitau to select animals having a good development ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 April 1895

I 3 Agricultural Department. CONDUCTED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. In selecting your seed corn be careful at you get corn at is sure to germinate at it is the right kind for your soil and cli mate at which will under fav orable conditions produce a good htand, a vigorous growth and uniformity of ears, and at the same time ripen before our Sep-* tember frosts catch it. I pays big to get fresh seed from a dif ferent locality and soil if raised to far south of us. Never allow cows to drink wa te at you would drink yourself. Milk from common cows, when grass fed, contains nearly 8 7 per cent water. Th cow has no filter in her to purity water, and if the water is impure the impurity goes straight into the milk. If a cow drinks 10 0 pounds of impure water, 8 7 per cent of the impurities of at wa ter will be found in the milk. With hogs, iii nearly all cases, it will be best to select out the animals intended to be kept for breeding, and then feed them es pecially for this purpose. I ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 April 1895

it i'-fi' & h:\ nF!"" Answer to our during April. $ J, 6 •3MI, ills 'c S Water White Kerosene Oil,-10c per gallon. 24 pounds nice C. Sugar for $1.00. 20 pounds good Dried Apples. #1.00. 20 pounds nice California Raisins for $1.00. 16 pounds nice small California Prunes for $1.00. WATCH THIS SPACE mtz-uJ^ an EYE OPENER. Nice whole Rice, 17 pounds for $1.00 Rest Jelly, per pail, 50 cents. Parlor Mutches—one dozen large boxes—M cents. Fair Syrup, per gallon, 28 cents. Finest Syrup in the market, 35 cents. every week you posted BELGRADE, MINN. Just East of Skimland's Shop. P0©e:piGg We will always pay the highest Market Price for BUTTER and EGGS, and sell omr GOODS as CHEAP as any in town. ^ww ana &fo NERLIUS & COLBxJORWSON, Owners and Proprietors. MILLERS AND SHIPPERS OF Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT FLOUR, RYE FLOUR And all kinds of FeedEEEEEEzr-1- from Wheat and Rye Hanson, .A I I_iOR, BELGRADE, MINN. CUSTOM W O ~§-*lONE WITH*** NEATNESS and DISPATCH. SATISFACTI...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 April 1895

VOL. 1. ANNOUNCEMENT^ We take pleasure to nmioiiiice this week that UP have secured Victor E Law son, of the 'ew London Times, ns the manager of Willmar Tribune. It is well understood that we have neither the time, nor the necessary ex perience to properly tend to all the details connected with a live newspaper Our recent sickness, bv no means over jet, made it imperatively neress*nr\ for us to make some ariam»ement to have the paper tended to at once Taking till the circumstances in to consideration and counseling with our fiiends and supporters in the enteiprise, we ha\ come to the conclusion that Mr Law son is the man for the place His connection with the Tribune will be permanent Most every body in this count\ knows Vic Law son We have known him intimateh for ten xears past, and know that he has business ability of a hiiili order mere bo\ he took hold of the New London Times and in the limited field before him made a financial success of it. and has gotten out the brig latest an...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 April 1895

«*., £*4*»4 PSfV i& WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday nt WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, April 16, 1895 CHRlSTIflH JOHNSON, Editor. GUDMUN1) 1 KABWAN1), General BusineHH Agent for the Will mar Tribune Office at the old Sperry Machinery lUrildiiiR, Will mar, Mum Subscriptions ma.\ be paid to Gud mund P. Karwand For arii ei'tiMing rates in the Willmar Tiihime iu quire of Mr Karw and Local Ag-ents for Willmar Tribune S Andei*on dampen Bios l'eter Larcon .lolin Quam Xew London Belgrade. Atwatei Noiway Lake Van Voi bt Owie Hawick. Lake Lillian SUBSCRIPTION PRICES $1.00 per annum in advance $1 25 if not paid in advance Outside of the countj 15 cts extra for postage. REPUBLICAN FACTS, A.ND REPUB LICAN FACTS The St Cloud Jounml-Pi ess ot April 4th, contained oxer a col umn of matter in answer to our editorial on its explanation of the hard times headed FKW PL VIX \rTH" and then follows this statement which the Editor of the Journal Press seems to regard as facts The Willmar Tribune ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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