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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 February 1896

FARM INSURANCE, Williams & Davies, Dealers In-— 33R.1 GOODS, NOTIONS, Hats, Caps, Crockery, Glassware, O E I E S Confectioneries, All kinds of Farm Produce taken in Exchange. Goods delivered promptly to all parts of the city. V. H. & A. W. VanSLYKE, A LOAN S W give loans so that the borrower may make partial payments any year and stop-interest on amount paid or loan may run for 10 years without renewal expense, if the borrower is not prepared to pay it sooner. Elfstrum & Weedall's. Willmar, Minn. Office over A. Larson & Co's. store. TheHomeMeatMarket Opened up for business Under Its New Management Jan. 7, 1896. Call for "Queen Esther" The Most Lasting and Highly Praised Perfume in the Market, At •Central*Meat*Market.- We respectfullv solicit the trade of the people at Willmar and especially invite the railroad men to give us a trial. The Choicest Meats. The Finest Shop. BEST TREATMENT. Positively, the highest market price paid for hides. MEW ONDON PARDING MILL He gua...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 February 1896

4?* & pfe? 1 WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA -BY- JOHNSON & LAWSON. yiCTO]TE?LAwi6l^^ Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known •n application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants aad others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, wken paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage •mtside the county. OFFICE IN GILGEK BLOCK. sc TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH, 1896. 'THE GOOD TIMES" OP *90 We have some republicans in this county who still claim that times were good up to the very hour that Cleveland was elected and so forth, and, so on in the old familiar song. We have refuted these assertions time and again but will do so once more. In 1890 while Harrison was in office and Congress was overwhel mingly republican this country was on the ragged edge of the panic, tha...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 February 1896

"-^•*™-"«"":''"'w^^ P* J*!W~^SI CROWDED GALLERIES HEAR SENA TOR DAVIS* SPEECH OB the Monroe Doetrlae—Hte Uttey •neea Veaper**e an* GonserYatiYe, Bat Kmahatieally American—An Ex plicit Anoouneement of Folloy the fewest •oaranty of Peace. WAunroTOir, Feb. 20.—The speech •f Senator Doris of Minnesota, support ing the I N of wkioh he is the author, enunoiating the policy of the government on the Monroe dootrine, •Was the event of the day in the senate. There was added interest and signifi cance in Mr. Davis' utterances, as his resolution reload the sentiment of a majority of the senate committee on foreign relations, «f which he is a member. The public interest in the fabject was evidenced by crowded gal leries, the attendance being greater than at any time since the rote on the silver bond bill. Mr. Daris spoke for two hours and was accorded close at tention throughout. The language was temperate and conservative and was not the radios! utterances some had anticipated. Mr. Davis spoke ...

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 February 1896

Has a Grievance. Bdltor Tribune In the last issue of the Willmar Argus there appeared a letter over my signature. Tricky Bixxh culled out a part of the letter that directly refered to othtfr thieves thieves that stole twelve years hard labor from me. If the unpublished part of the letters had been "rot" in the xearned Birch's opinion he would have published it as he says he does "rot" from the Tribune. The first time EditoiHBirch ran for Superintendent of schools in Kandiyohi Co., I ardently sup ported him, both by influence trad vote, whilst those who coolly and deliberately told me" they intend ed to rob me", were his oppon ents, claiming his opponent would be elected and they would be re fused certificates. Ipersistedin my course and aided the election of Birch. Now he repays me by culling my letters of all expres sions in my own behalf. If a poor poverty stricken widow would steal a print dress pat tern to cover her nakedness, she would be arrested if found out, and the learned ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 March 1896

Sue? *Y 'S§|- .!&' m. 23 $ & W«' WW' 'V.• :^^mix^^^^^M^^^mmmmiiii^m THE BRIDGE PROJECT. A Move on Foot to Foot Lake. A petition signed by over 140 free holders of the village and adjoining territory will be presented at the special meeting of the County Board to be held March 11th, praying for a new road north of the village which will involve a bridge over Foot Lake. The signers on the petition represent more than three fourths of the pro perty, but nevertheless there seems to have developed an opposition to the project that may make quite a show ing. Some are against the project point blank and others differ as re gards the route. The petition provides that {foe lake should be bridged from Thorpe's corn? er accross to Nagset's point or the opposite shore, a distance of 1100 feet, A preliminary survey at the pres ent low stage of the water shows that of that distance, the depth of water of 300 feet ranges from li to four feet and five inches, and on the remaining distance t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 March 1896

WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. YICTORlfhA^ Business Manager. CHRISTIAN 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, MARCH 3RD, 1896. WHERE IS THE MOSES? Aside from all party political wrangling, and looked at from the standpoint of an ordinal^ in telligent and patriotic citizen who simply desires the welfare of the people, the absence of a real leader in American politics is very apparent. In statesman ship as well as in war, some heads, some single towering genius is necessary in great cris is or reconstruction period. General popular fermentation and agitation, ca...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 March 1896

i'^tWSH! £T« is "***m*wMm&vmGmimMmm Su Mo. 1 8 15 16 22 23 29 30 ityh? 1896 MARCH. 1896 Tu We. Th. 2 9 Fr. 3 10 Sa 4 5 11 12 13 17 14 18 19 20 24 21 25 26 27 31 28 SUMMARY OP THE WEEK'S NEWS Monday, Fe J84 The laigest vessel ever built on thevention, Great Lakes has been launched ac Cleveland I has not been named Mrs Nannie Field, wife of Marshall Field, the Chicago merchant, died Sunday at her villa in Nice, Fiance. At Fond du Lac, Wis Samuel Amory, a wealthy banker, died at a social enteitamment He was 73 years old A dispatch from Odessa says that during recent storms on the Biack sea seven steamers and lb sailing vessels foundered and 100 lives were lost Victor Rosewater. Ph managing editor of the Omaha Bee, has been ap pointed legent of the Nebiaska state university by Governor Holcomb After being out all night the jury brought in a verdict of guilty against Jamts W McCanley, ex-city treasurer of Tacoma, charged with using public money for personal gain Tuesday, Fe 25 Henry ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 March 1896

fc*?t.. mMet* & •&?-'*,'«^^^".'WS?^J€»-"' •4"' ?tfP^J*jM^"''f .*f?§^ 1896\ MARCH. 1896 SUMMABY OFTHE WEEK'S HEWS a 1 5 W? gklfr a a 8 a of Tacoma. a wit ShFZS£& Tacoma charged th using public money for personal gain. Tuesday, Feb. 25. Henry C. Bowen, editor and pro prietor of the N York Independent, is dead. General Weyler says that he will par don all those insurgents surrender at once. A feature of the last week's grain marketing was the enormous exports of corn to Europe. A commission has been appointed by Secretary Smith to examine the Osage Indian annuity roll. The Prussian government is indig nant because N York has made a re taliatory insurance law. A amendment to the postal appro priation bill does away with the secret inspection of letter carriers. It is reported that the Sonth African Republic will declare its independence train, of foreign control on Feb. 27. A sharper has been promiscuously swindling Indiana farmers by means of leases on worthless swamp lands...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 3 March 1896

[UP 8f-^ IP- 5 s? Good Roads. Better roads without additional taxes is what we all want and we can have. We pay enough road and bridge tax to have the best roads thut can be constructed from materials 11 hand. The reason our town supervisors and road oversesers are not able to make flrstclass roads, is that they have never been able to apply enough work, in one season, on any piece of road, to place it in first class condition both as to shape of road bed and material. All they can do is to make it passable for the time being. One season's wear leaves it as bad as it was before each years road tax has to be spread over the roads of the whole town and al though they are doing their very best they cannot make a ten dollar bill can cover a fiftj dollar job. Ask anj town board or road overseer and they will tell you that, if we could apply, five timelPas much labor in one sea son as we do now, we could have our roads in such excellent condition that it would require very little work and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 March 1896

Ta James Blake visited St. Cloud last week on important business. C. A. Gregg of this city went to Granite Falls on business last Fri day. W. G. Blair, of the Collier Book Co., transacted business in the city last week. F. J. Strecker arrived in this city last Tuesday after having made a trip toChicago. Patronize home talent by attending the concert at Seminary Hall next Saturday eve. There is some talk of building a mission chapel to the Presbyterian church in Willmar. Atty. Geo. Otterness was called away to the cities in the interests of legal affairs, last week. All are welcome to the entertainment of the Johnson Trio this evening at 7:30 at the Opera House. Free. Miss Kate Kern, formerly manager of the Merchant's Hotel, was in this city on business last week. J. F. Gerrity, of the Brainerd Busi ness College, Brainerd, Minn., was in this village yesterday. Mr. E. T. Sandbo, formerly of this village, has now established a busi ness in the state of Washington. A number of students ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 March 1896

•BftWKI flSh ft IS. it f"V I $f^^^f%P% Pubtfsh\ec£e^%:Tuesday at W I I A TOINtf&SOTA BY O N S O N & A W S O N I O W S O it a Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known on application. Th 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. O I E I N I E O E S A A 10TH 1896. MAN' S INHUMANIT MAN. TO That some portion at least of the human family is totally de praved, utterly without human sympathy and human feeling, has been proved beyond ques tion during the last few months. For weeks and months past the Armenian butcheries has been going on with the regular ity of clock-work Town after town has been ravaged with lire and sword, and e\erythin liv ing that could not serve the lust of the b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 March 1896

a a a p^ L^rr a& S *¥*T.3 ^••i.i?-.'*' •iC*^. jEMfsa NEWS IN MINNESOTA A Rebekah lodge has been established »t Amboy. Sisters of St. Benedict will build a le hospital at Dulnth. Williard. S. Dennis, a leading cigar dealer of St. Paul, has assigned. The senate bill giving Fergus Falls a federal building has been reported favorably. Theladie9of St. Paul will begin a war against high hats at theatrical per formances. A lamp explosion in the posfoffice at Minneota considerably damaged the mail on hand. An interesting immigration conven tion was held at Fergus Falls. J. J. Hiil and E. V. Smalley were among the speakers. George W. Somerville, a prominent attorney of Sleepy Eye, announces him self a candidate for congress from the Second district. State Auditor Dunn has gone to Hot Springs, Ark., in the hope that he will recover from the effects of a severe at tack of the grip. A letter received from Young Amer ica, Ind., says that a large colony is being organized there to emigrate to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 March 1896

VSf- PU, HAMPEN BRO S We will always pay the highest market KGGS, and sell our goods as E A as any in town. eojviE AN© Tpy us Now therefore notice is hereby given that I shall foreclose said mortgage under Said power, of sale in accordance with the statutes In Bttch cose provide^ by the sale of said mortgaged premises nt public vendue to the highest bidder at the front door of the court honselnWUlmar, in said Kandiyohi County, at 10 O'clock a, ofAprtl, A.D.1890,tofthepuf on the 3Bt day Best Pertupie ifi the fWarket. Sold op- CARLSONBR0S.&FR0SJ, BELGRADE, MINN. fROCERIES AND Central*Meat*Mark*^t.. Willmar, Mintf. F. A. ILSTRUP, M. D. Veterinary Surgeon, MAR, -^MINN. Freese & Freese Calls night or WIL Office at pvery stable, day promptly attended to Comes highly recommended as a skillful and scientific vet erinarian in the treatment of all diseases of domesticated an imals, including castration and dental work by the latest me thods. A graduate of the Chi cago Veterinary Colle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 March 1896

Primary Elections. HENRY FEIC IN THE GAZETTE. "I have deemed it of interest iri view of the approaching Republican" Coun ty Convention to make a brief outline of the new primary election law pass ed last winter and with your kind pei-mission ask for it« publication in the Republican Gazette. 1. Caucus notices must be posted by the committee in 3 of the most public places of the town or precinct at least 6 days before the caucus, giv ing time and place thereof. 2. The Caucus must be held be tween 2 and 9 o'clock p. m. the speci fic hour to be fixed by the committee. 3. None but qualified voters can take part, who have resided'in the district at least 30 days, and who at the last eiestion affiliated with the Republican party. 4. Caucus shall be called to order at the time fixed in the call by the chairman, or in his absence by some other qualified voter, and then a chairman, a clerk and two judges of election shall be chosen by acclama tion. 5. The delegates to the county con vention ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 10 March 1896

East" Friday when the "Modern School Society" was discussing the question, 'How can we improve our school," one little seven-year old boy got up and said: Mr. President! I make a motion that the children should be quiet when they are up in the class. Arctander Items. (Intended for March 3rd.) John Gjelhong,one of our best known and most respected young men was married in Willmar by Judge Ram sett lately, to Miss Serine Thorson daughter of Thor Thorson, one of the oldest and best known farmers of Lake Andrew. The young couple will make this town their future home. S. Hallestad of Lake Andrew com menced a term of parochial school in Dist. No. 56 this week. A'five months term of school held by Prof. J. S. Christenson of Lake Andrew in Dist. No. 69 closed on the 21 ult. with an entertainment in the evening. Rev. Fjelstad was present and made a very able speech to the pupils and teacher. Miss Josephine Johnson who has been in Kerkhoven since Christmas taking care of her little niece, Mis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 March 1896

-if: 1 ••••1 ••••J ••••f ••••Ji ••••1 •2 ••••1 ••••:I ••••"I ia«f •••J •2 AT COST For 10 days only STRICTLY FOR CASH. Kerkhoven voted sal oons. Atwaterwent "wet" with a ing-"majority. Prof. S. J. Rognlie in Kandiyohi. Dr. Twitchell went on a trip to the East last week and will he absent for a few days. Situation wanted, by a first class butter maker. Address, Box 345, Willmar, Minn. Mr. John Burch of the Willmar Shoe Co., made two trips to Minnea polis on business, last week. Mr. Thomas Scotton, the Presbyter ian Evangelist, holds a series of re vival meetings -in Spicer this week. ThV Oakes' Comic Specialty Co., $ as arranged to give an entertainment ,£t the Opera House on the evening of $ie reth, inst. Robert, a four-year-old son of Mr. Mps. S -6. Carlson of this pity died last Saturday, of soarlet fever. "The funeral occurred tp*day at three o'clock. Bud Miller who for a long time past has Been a ^bartender for Rasmus Korthe of this place, left the city a short timeVago intending...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 March 1896

A -v %^.J WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. flCT^R^TLTwioOStora^ Business Manager. GHEI8TIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. Advertising rates made known en 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 ofHhe 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, MARCH 17TH, 1896. OUR DOWRY TO OUR CHILD REN. Every ordinary thinking man knows by this time that there is no more need for this so called gold reserve of $100,000,000 for the redemption of greenbacks, than there is for a fifth wheel to a wagon. Were there not a gold dollar in the United States Treas ury, nor on this continent, every greenback would be as good sound and valuable, at home or abroad as at present where the treasury is l...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 March 1896

^^^^^m^^^^mm^m^ fev fcfcl ^•fVj&fsfr-^*"t "^/^s**) jfirgF&f?-*! *ftl*i -ae SoIdBy Wiublad St Peterson, WILLMAR, MINN. ii»lii»&ii^tMJMi<fajMi8Wai HAMPEN BROS., C. M.LAWSON, Contractor $si Builder, NEW LONDON, MINN. 'Bk" B*st peffti|rie the filarket. Sold or» ly toy CARLSONBROS.&FR0ST, BELGRADE, MINN. ^DEALERS IN3 ftROCERlES AND RY OODS, We will always pay the highest market price for BUTTR Kand EGGS, and sell our goods as CHEAP as any in lown. OOpiH AN© TFT •CentraUMeat^Market.' Willmar, Minn. F. A. ILSTRUP, M, L. Veterinary Surgeon, WIL MAR, -/MINN Office at Freese & Freese pvery stable. Calls night or day promptly attended to. —o— Comes highly recommendi as a skillful and scientitic vet erinarian in the treatment oi all diseases of domesticated an imals, including castration and dental work by the latest me thods. A graduate of the Chi cago Veterinary College. We respectfullv solicit th trade of the people at Willmai and especially invite the railroad men to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 17 March 1896

ae t*!" A NEW MOSES NOW, Ingalls Talks of the Na tion's Needs. As thai narrative of a conversation with Mr. Ingalls, held recently, is written away from the influonoe of his well bal- the best people of many communities, and any engagements aro so arranged that the traveling is not arduous. In fact, travel ing is pleasant nowadays If you have the money to pay for its luxuries/' I asked the senator what he thought of the prospect of returning to the senate, but ho interpreted, tho question as concern ing only the prospects of the Republican party in Kansas, and he replied: "Wo have excellent prospects, of success in Kansas. The Populists and. Democrats willjrobably eombinej 'but therindioatlons are thot?the Republicans ore strongenough now to beat JBhem both." "On a sound money platform?" "The Republicans of Kansas aro not all for the free coinage of silver, but they are uearlyall bimetallists." Bow Kanianw Regard Silver. "Of Die Allison school?" "Well, perhaps they go beyond that. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 March 1896

4 ••••1 ••••I ••••1 ••••f •2 ••••1 1 ••••4 ••••4 1 I Remember, That every- thing in the above lines goes AT COST Brilliant Offer For the Next 10 Days Also. ALL OUR STOCK OF- I Dry Goods, Notion wear, Hose, Hats & Caps, Overalls & Jumpers, Sus penders, Neekties Etc., AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A Mens' & Boys' Shirts, Pants, Gloves & Mittens, Crockery, Glass ware and Lamps, We Must Make Room I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I O a That You can Save 60c 01 1 the Dollar. That is just what it means. But our special offerings in other lines in the last few weeks have brought such pleasing results that we have to stay in the game through another E on Monday, Mar. 30, A LARGE LOT-HUNDREDS OF PAIRS OF ALL WOOL HOSE, Ladies, Misses and Children, regular prices, 25c, 30c, and 35c Wul close out the entire lot a This is a HARD KNOCK-DOWN OF PRICES, unparallelled in the history of merchandising-, and no one wearing hose should mist, this opportunity. Come every body. You can ha...

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