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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 February 1896

)f hi 1000 «J: $ & In order to dispose of the stock of Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &e., At once, and make room for a large stock of fancy groceries. I will sell the above named goods At Absurdly Low Prices for Cash. Everything in these lines will positively be sold at any fig ure to get rid of it. This means enormous bar gains for all as long as stock lasts. Call early while assortments are complete. Don't miss the opportunity. The store will hereafter be known as "BOYD'S CASH GROCERY," and I respectfully solicit a continuance of past favors as well as solicit new custom. J. B, BOYD. WE HAVE' GOOD TheHom Or three stores chuck full. We can not print the prices here, fent we will surprise all the read ers of this paper if they will take the trouble to come and see us. Otjr new O cents Bazar is now ready und wll of bargains. T. J. ANDERSON & CO., Bargains, Belgrade, Minn. V. H. St A. W. VanSLYKE, A O A N S We give loans so that the borrower may make partial payment...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 February 1896

WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR,*— MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. "fiCTOB^LAWSWEdito^ Business Manager. CHBI8TIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH, 1896. SENATOR KNUTE NELSON'S SPEECH. Senator Knute Nelson delivered a speech Jan. 27, in the Senate on the silver question. This has been looked forward to with a good deal of interest, as it was surmised that he might not be entirely sound on this question It was at least known that he holds peculiar views on the greenback question. One thing may be said and that is that he at least attempts to argue the questions, and he has i...

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 February 1896

k" 8? ft'f .gt* ft it-*- COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICK, Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, •r« «. tx a a I $ 25480.79 1275.54 S 26756.33 Warrants paid.... Balance on hand. Reimbursed county revenue. Balance on band Warrants paid ... Balance on hand. .. Orders paid Balance on hand. Remitted to state treasurer $ Warrants paid »... amkmmm*** Remitted to state treasurer $ Balance on hand -OF- KANDIYOHI COUNTY, MINNESOTA, -FOR THE- a dnrlnl *mi a a Year December 31st, A. D. 1895. 22nd, A. D. 1896. 10 ioe Honorable Board of County Commissioners of Kandiyohi County: Inir nf K'«l!SFh B'i:~Io a JJfrt S 1 Solomon Porter, County Treasurer. County Revenue Fund, Tax Collection Fund, Private Redemption Fund, County Road and Bridge Fund, Ditch Fund, County Contingent Fund, Capitol Land Fund. School Land Fund, University Land Fund, County Current School Fund, Town Funds, hool District Funds, Balance on hand Jan. 1,1895... $ 21656.81 Receipts: Taxes and penalties 86228.57 Private redemption 681.27 County revenu...

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 February 1896

O "UN .1 S E E N W I A I N E TALES OF AN OLD TIME CAPTAIN. Blake of the Steamboat Illinois and Mem* ories of His Career. Years and years ago, -when Chica go was in a state of infancy, and the World's fair, with all its magnifi cence and grandeur, and the drain age canal, and trolloy cars, and sky scraper buildings, with a hundred other wonderful things, had not even been dreamed of, and when nearly all the traveling and trans portation of every kind were accom plished by,steamboats and sailing vessels, which plied up and down the great lakes, there were many singular incidents, not to mention accidents, which, if published, would make volumes of interesting read ing. Many of the steamers were com manded by good natured, jolly cap tains, who were nearly always on familiar terms with the passengers after the first day out of port. Even the little children were made the ob jects of their attention in such a way that whenever the captain ap peared, it was a signal for a regular stampede...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 February 1896

tf 1 I 11- t3r ^i K.A. BIO E, President. F. Q. HANDY. Cashier. E. HEN. Vice President. O ^W^IL:L:M:^:R,. ORGANIZED UNDER THE STATE LAWS. CAPITAL, $40,000 UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $60,000. Does a General Banking Business. Money loaned on Real Estate and Other Securities. Drafts on all principal cities of the world. Passage tickets to and from all points in Europe. WlLLMAR, MINN- $2 Per Doz $2. For Fine Cabinet Photos. Guaranteed fully as good as the best work at any other Gallery West of the cities, the money will be as cheerfully refunded as taken. or $3 ALSO MAKE CABINETS FOK AND $4.50 PER DOZ. PLATINO PICTURES AT SAME PRiCES, Family Groups with Babies are Photographed with the greatest ease. G. A. CARLSON, Cor. Fourth & Benson aves., "Willmar, Minn JAKE P. ANDEKSON BLACKSMITH, HORSE SHOING A SPECIALTY. (Jeneral Blacksmithing Done With Promptness and Skill. W a on Work^cSN^orioN. All Work Gu trantted. NEW LONDON, MINN. ANDREEN & LARSON, House Painters, Decorators, AND SIGN PAINTE...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 February 1896

W&.'' 4J AV & & I (Mr tk PKEMIES'S POSITION tALISBURY REFERS TO THE MONROE DOCTRINE tn u. London Speech—Says He Is Iti Supporter, But Disagrees With Olney's Interpretation—Admits That England Is Unable to End Armenian Massacres. LONDON, Feb. 1.—The banquet of the Non-Oonforniist Unionist association at the Hotel Metropole was the occasion for an address by the Marquis of Salis bury, prime minister and secretary of State for foreign affairs. In the course of his remarks he said with reference to Venezuela: I hare beta held up as the de nouncer of the Monroe doctrine. As a matter of fact, although the Monroe doctrine is no part of international law, my dispatch to Mr. Olney, the secre tary of state for the United States, sup ported it as a rule of policy in the strongest and most distinct terms. But When I stated in that dispatch and re iterate now, that we are the hearty ad vocates of the Monroe doctrine, we mean the Monroe doctrine as President LORD SALISBURY. Monroe und...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 February 1896

j««4 BpUuttumr KEFEwhpfTJ HA W: i: as .so*- .rwwf"1 m%$\ E'f mm |^jg*i» .*»*ofc Spe.eh-Say. °"""'^"1 Snpp^Ur, But ©I»«g re«» With Oii«y»«l Iatern*«Utlon~A4mlt» That England It Unable to Sad Armenian "Waasaeree. £JK LONDON, Feb. 1.—The banquet ol the 1 ^on«Obnformist Unionist association at IKK1- the Hotel MetrOpoleWaa the occasion tor an address by the Marqnis of Salis bury, prime minister and secretary of State for foreign affairs. In the course of his remarkf he Bald with reference •-, hare W held Tip as thede nouncer of it^MQnroe dootrine. As a matter of fact, although the Monroe doctrine is no part ofinternational law, my dispatch to Mtf.Olney, the secre tary of state for the United States, sup ported it as a* rule' of policy in the strongest and most distinct terms. But when I stated in that dispatch arid re-' iterate now, that we are the hearty ad vocates of the Monroe doctrine, we mean the Monroe doctrine as President LORD BAUSBUBY. Monroe understood it. [Cheers.] In that sen...

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 February 1896

Vol. 1 i- fee 1000 The Farmers' Mercantile Co, has dissolved And the business will be continned by the undersigned as a cash grocery establishment only. In order to dispose of the stock of Dry Goo Hats, LcipS, Shoes, &e., At once, and make room for a large of fancy groceries. I will sell the above named goods At Absurdly Low Prices for Cash. Everything in these lines will positively be sold at any fig ure to get rid of it. This means enormous bar gains for ali ys long as stock lasts Call early while assortments are complete. Don't miss the opportunity. The store will hereafter be known as "BOYD'S CASH GROCERY," and I respectfully solicit a continuance of past favors as well as solicit new custom. J. B. WE HAVE' 1WW&%S*, %*/vfc/^^*^ FARM INSURANCE. Th Hom iff1' *frli,w *%& Or three stores chuck full. We can not print the prices here, but we will surprise all the read ers of this paper if they will take the trouble to come and see us. Our new 10 cents Bazar is now ready an...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 February 1896

-A- g. fy» i** z*r &*?* w* J€ m&!l££ ss *v_ WILLMAR TRIRITNE •»&] A A C8TJICS IN GlLGER BLOCK. TuiBDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH, 1896. A ^JESTION WHICH IS A STICKEfe FOR GOLDBUGS /a Senator Butler, the new Popu L. list member of the Senate from North Carolina, is a host in him |. self against the enemies of the people. Together with his bright colleagues he is making a record of which he may feel the great ly est pride as a true patriot and statesman. His speechesare not printed in the news columns of the capitalistic press, as it would too greatly injure the cause of the interests which con trol these daily newspapers. We ^-publish below an extract from one of his recent speeches, in l^whic^. he asks a pertinent ques tion orSenator David Hill. The ^quer is unanswerable, except in favor of free coinage, and no oldbug has yet attempted to re ply to it/ Mr. Butler said: A few days ago the Senator from New York [Mr. Hill], in a speech on this floor attempted *to justify the administr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 February 1896

3, FLEAMNT SURPRISE •UCCI8 8 OF TH E "POPULAR" BOND I66UE VERY GRATIFYING. treasury Bepartmeat Literally I •w tae a a Wamaer ef Bids— »«ml»01ty That tae Morgan gyndU ante Will Par* mt the Loan. WABHIWOTOM, Feb 6.—Fotir thou •and, six hundred and fortj bids for $618,169,860 worth of bonds. Such ia lk« fcrtmendous total of tha subscript floai opened at the treasury depart men In aeoordance it the terma of the call issued a month ago inviting proposals for $100,000,000 of United states 4 per cent bonds, to ran for 30 So ears, from Feb. 1,1885. These figures not include about 8iV0,000,000 of "crank" bids rejected as bogus. The immense offerings astounded experts. he bids literally swamped the treas ury department, which was so taken by surprise that at 6 o'clook at night, al though extra clerks had been hurriedly drafted, the work of tabulating the bids was still in progress and it was laapeaatMe to Tell With CaflnUeness OW many bids and for what aggre gate had been received in advance ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 February 1896

s*% £$& •J% &v» ha flEXS'ANTTStXEPEBE ™£is ,*T I I N Waatfc** «f BMU-. »«Ml»Ultr Vhaft th* M*rg»* *aiW eat* W Part «f th* Leaa. f^^WAgamatOK, Feb. 6.—Pour thon &£* land six hundred and forty bids for 9 5 0 worth of bonds. Such is tke tremendous total of the'iuhsorlp opened at the treasury depart $$ accordance it the terms of & he call Issued month ago inviting -, ?&M\ proposals for $100,000,000 of Unite •:^:-!:':. States 4 per cent bonds, to run for 80 -v f^ a from Feb. r, 1805. These figures to not a about fiao.000,000 of J'crank" bids rejected as bogus. The immense offerings astounded experts. Th bids literally swamped the treas ury department, was so taken by surprise that at 6 o'clook at night, al though extra clerks had been hurriedly drafted, the work of tabulating the bids as still-in progress and it was laayaasIM* t* Tall With D«flBlt«n«M a bids and for at aggre gate had been received in advance of the upset price of 110.6877, at which a syndicate, compos...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 February 1896

i& arc If- %KR. C. JOHNSON, Pliysiciatt & Surgeon, W1LLMAR, MINN. Obstetrics and internal diseas es a specialty.Office at residence on 2nd street. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, W I A I N N RESTAURANT. I open day and night. First class service guaranteed. E. T- SANDBO, Pi op. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— OLE J. BECK, PROPRIETOR. Good Accomodations for Travelers and Good Stabling., WILLMAR, MINN. Sold By Winblad St Peterson, WILLMAR, MINN. Job Printing of all kinds done with neatness and dispatch at the Tribune office. --JL1' ^V%V" k# 'UBPtftetf' From New London Times. 1\1I\ and AIvs. A. A. Sperry drove to Willmar Thuisday. Jutljrc Qvale. of Willmo-v. was in town Wednesday, eliciting with the "bojp.' Ehrer Fclrnau soil of LOWIK, Eek man, is icpoi\.d A cry low with a fever. An Elecirie corupanj luncbceu giving shows at the lia.ll during the week. itself (if as iine uwi west off ite 6 8 8 Mvs. Mtivcus Johnson, the aged mother of Geo. and Peter Johnson of Colfax is ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 February 1896

SoIdSy WhtbladJjjf Peterson TSP -ft.. W ^"J-'X 'l,i impggpgMpgiiMpigg I4f|3fist*what|tie laBore^wasts, j?ay^igt ^ee&Jy^beaefti^eovexit^ hea^%of disabtS^ft^fisiiig 3rom eif&ga Sick%ejM5 ora%$de^t, dgnotmp&foAfe 6Tm$i s|ge att£*i$n^ss ov&a~acMAetit%6 win.. It 1 f£ ^nfcervativeV ^safe I aacf th&totghlf- i%aeti^e^tolaii tlintualp a peftei/tban a^AfINGgVBAKK^tiier^ are iiptoms.' oyexr§e*f%5 ly. W^ojaenartfinsf|rg|l^p^j4# ^metermsa^^eii* llcw^ mss^MM^sMm^^m^m^m l3^Mo§t lastinganS. *se JfigMyPraiseaPerfum^ ~S^r %*'c£% "H *'*. mtmi:*? -'^isiaaMsiSKta ^^^fade|!(pf tfis^pe^^^fciWiilmar Ipwid especially, invite the-cailroad •xjjji iJ^Jp ."•» .pimfj r# edairs 3[he Choicest Meats, fh^e-f tneigt Shop .g tApe at Preese & Preese o"-v."" ^. too i3)t 1 •.jlHAMn

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 February 1896

,f W f*A ^j^ *3? MW# 1A I' Vol. 2. #"?4l TheHome CLEAR P. S.—All kinds of shoe repairing neatly done. William All kinds of Farm Produce taken in Exchange- Goods delivered promptly to all parts of the city. V. H. & A. W. VariSLYKE, A LO We give loans so that the borrower may make partial payments any year and stopdntei'est on amount paid: or loan may run for 10 years without renewal expense, if the borrower is not prepared to pay it sooner. INSURANCE. W a in Office over A. Larson & Co's. store. Opened up for business Under Its New Management Jan. 7, 1896. Call for "Queen Esther" The Most Lasting and *ss*«Elfstrum '*,*.,' HJ^hJy Praised Perfume v*^.'-*"** -v 7 in the Market, At -j^sc-s BY THE For two weeks commencing Feb. 199 we place our entire stock of Boots, Shoes, Overshoes, Heavy Rubbers, Shoe Pacs, German Socks, etc., at the above discount in order to make room for our spring goods. Come and make your purchase now and save money. Dealers In— DRY GOODS, ^TOTIOnSTS, Hats, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 February 1896

S5^ sf jr. •5 I &, wa WILLMAR TRIBUNE. *£i Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. Business Manager, •HBI8TIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known •n application. The Tribune has ft very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, vhen paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage Outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH, 1896. JOHN DAY SMITH ON THE MONEY QUESTION. Another old republican -war horse kicks the traces. He preaches one of the best populist sermons ever heard in Minnea polis, and doesn't mince words either. Read, and begin to think you old hard shell republicans. Penny Press: "In approach ing the discission of the ques tion of true bi-uietallism, I am glad that I am not called upon to denounce or defend the particu lar tenet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 February 1896

TILLMAN'S SPEECH ON FINANCE. Strongly Advocates the Free Coinage of Silver. FBO A FABMEE'S STAKPFODTT. His Conception of the Duties of a Senator. Too Much Controlled by Party Behests. President Cleveland Charged With the Betrayal of Democracy—Secretary Car lisle Scored. Mr. President, I shall mako no apology for doing what is my right hore—to exer cise the functions of a senator and discuss tho issues presented to tho senate. I know, sir, that custom has mado it a rule that new members of this body should lis ten rather than be heard, and my brief ex perience—and while in tho city I have been very attentive upon tho sessions of the senate—has shown me that the custom is a wise ono, bocauso new men who come in here, especially those who, like myself, havo had little, in fact no, legislative ex perience, realizo very soon that what they do not know about the affairs of this great government is far more than they do know or can hopo to learn without much labor. My experience) has been ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 February 1896

TIK^HE^EFtFL TONE fgS^ftfoEtifAftV LEADERS DISCUSS ^jWEZU||-A N CONTROVERSY. l&IRRHOCSir.V.yt -—"i,: :. '..',• #MM«iTntfMtVftiB All Rlgrht and Its ?Y ^e!iuelan.. qTiestibn would not •mly rjiiitiltin a «atisTactory settlement Vat:-in & complete reconciliation and §rm friendship between Great Britain •*A her kindredacross the Atlantic. Sir William Vernon Harconrt said he War rejoiced at the paragraph in the Qwiabf' speech with regard to Vene- »TB WIILIAM HARCOtJItt. *t#ls^\«t it holds out the hope that the 2ate, action, epuld be settled a|f an early ..He added that no words that •oitldr impede such a settlement would laUrfrom him. This remark was £'''GreetedWith Loud* Cheers, indisposes of the report that the Lib •ratleaders had determined to make an fcttack spon the government's policy in regard to Venezuela, which course fceeessarily would have led to an ex change Of warm remarks which might lave impeded the progress of settle ment of the dispute. Obntinuihg, Sir William Ver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 February 1896

«ywww»iWEa'iuu.HHiWiawii»niii IS^MAGEFtL TORE t?um yii iii'n t'vr A tftfteftf: rotbjef$T: «6CU88 mmmi^VtliiikU^'^i 3 ttlgni and It ^sSBlBBBBssslMfcFcedletftaV./ on' fit, •ii«M*VJEp»)? A the steading iissM spisfenV! speech in the houses •eflfnfttts Mrv--^George' ii fneWtf th* adareis WWply Itf ihov-'! addre1bL,Mr:.%s6KeW 'said he'j iifiaiai/q^fer %$uld( fipT Sir William Ve*non Haroddrt saidrhe Wai'refoi^ed at the paragraph in the 4 W with, regard to Mi£T."fl«tf I^ ^bjds'out i^eQpe that the U&VVB, could be settled af an early *SP«c^ft flddjBd ^ha1\ no wqrds that •o»Wr-i«pe4e such a settlement would lalliftoaLihim.' "This remark was W With l»rfd* ^fateers, ««,»|yp*p«es of the fep^r^ that the Lib •ray*a^ers. nad determined' to make an •4fc%ef $ppn the government's policy jn ^egarA/ to Yeneznelai which course tieee^nvily, (would have led to an ex •nauge of-.w«rm remarks which might katfe*?tmp«d«di the- progress of settle »ien of W dispute. Obimmi^mi William Vernon Har- controversy by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 February 1896

*"u^fe .*-. a pt*. 6 a it?*» [I pp* 1, A List of Delinquent Taxes Upon Real Estate within the County of Kandiyohi, and State of Minnesota, For the year A. D. 1894, remaining delinquent 2 2 I TOWNSHIP OF ARCTANDEK, first Monday in January, A. D. ioyb, and the penalties accrued thereon. STATE OF MINNESOTA, DISTRICT COURT, County of Kandiyohi, \ss' 12th Judicial district. The State of Minnesota, to all persons, companies, or corporations, who have or claim any estate, right, title, or interest in, claim to, or lien upon, the several pieces or parcels of land in the list hereto attached, described: lis* of taxes and penalties on real property tor the County of Kandiyohi, remaining delinquent on the first Monday in January, A. D. 1896, has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the County of Kandiyohi, of which that Hereto attached is a copy. Therefore you, and Town 121, Range 3G. required to file in the othce of said clerk, on or before the twentieth day of March...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 February 1896

.v. .83' .•-IsnUl St-.:: DR. C. JOHNSON, 'OITI L.MiV/OT WILLMAR, •-o!--o i.-tVf ,V! i.'i -S Obstetrics and jnterjnjal:.'$isea^ '.ilAMULiio •J'IV.()lTH"fi/-.ir-t— ifWILLMAR.. MiiisTN Mi MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— OLE J. BECK, PROPRIETOR. Good Accomodations for Travelers and Good Stabling. WILLMAR, MINN. E.A. HICi President V. O. HANDY, Cashier. E. LIEN*. Vico President. BANK —OF— ORGANIZED UNDER THE STATE LAWS. CAPITAL, $40,000 UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $60,000. Does a General Banking Business. Money loaned on Real Estate and Other Securities. Drafts on all principal cities of the world. Passage tickets to and from all points in Europe. WILLMAR, MINN $2 Per Doz $2.known.willing For Fine Cabinet Photos. Guaranteed fully as good as the best work at any other Gallery West of the cities, or .. the money will be as cheerfully refunded as taken. ALSO A E A I N E S FO %'A AND 8 4 5 0 E DOZ PLATINO PICTURES AT SAME PRICES. Family Groups with Babies are Photographed with the greatest ease. G. A. ...

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