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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 March 1896

J*? 5 I m- $» WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. YicroiTiri^wl^ Business Manager. 0HBI8TIAN JOHNSON, Special Edi torial Contributor. vAdvertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium tomerchants 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 24TH, 1896. READ! READ! WENDELL PHILLIPS ON MONEY. The eminent jurist, orator, humanitarian and patriot, described with prophetic vision in 1884 the situation of today and "the last battle between aristocracy and democracy," the money issue. "The question is not what the money shall be made of the question today is, who shall make the money, banks or the govern ment? Money kings or the people?" Commit the following to memory and ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 March 1896

r~ P^Si ^v ifJS S O E N 5 4 HAMPEN BROS., Sold By Wlnblad & Peterson, WILLMAR, MlNN. S Contractor *m Builder, NEW LONDON, MINN. B«st pe|*fufne ip the IWarket. Sold CARLSONBROS.&FR0ST, BELGRADE, MINN. 'DEALERS IN' fVROCERIES AND RY O O S We "will always pay the highest market price for BUTTR Eand EGGS, and sell our goods as CHEAP as any in town. CentraWMeat^Market.- Willmar, Minn. F.A. ILSTRUP.M. D. C. Veterinary Surgeon, WIL MAR, -:!MINN. Office at Freese & Pree&e [ivery stable. Calls night or 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 College. 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 frr hides...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 24 March 1896

I ?ivi as NEWS IN MINNESOTA' Winona old settlers held their annnal reunion Thursday. Winona expects to have a first-class ball team this season. An immigration convention opened At Aitkin Tuesday morning. The Minnesota grand lodge, A. O. U. W., meets in S Paul March 84. John Fisher, a Winona postal olerk, has been arrested for rifling letters. Parsons Brothers' elevator at Chat field burned with 8,000 bushels of grain. Minneapolis will try Pingree's potato patch plan on a larger scale this year than last. Senator Davis has introduced a bill appropriating $?5,000 for a publio build ing at St. Cloud. New postoffioes have been established at Sundown, Redwood county, and Florita, tlenville county. Four cases of goods sold Kaufmann & Tezmer, insolvent Ely merchants, were discovered in St. Paul. Walter B. Jordan of Miles City, Mon., is assignee of the P. H. Kelly Mercantile company of St. Paul. Carl Neuhausen, a German journalist of St. Paul, is dead. He was one of the editors of the ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 March 1896

:•,-'©/ 1 :lft ft -JJMWWWfW^^ Why not get a new suite for your bed room or parlor? Remember, That every- thing in the above lines 0 0 goes AT COST For 10 days only STRICTLY FOR CASH. w%% NOW IS YOU In order to accomodate all, w3 have decided to extend the time of our great For the Next 10 Days Also. ALL OUR STOCK OF Dry Goods, Notions, wear, Hose, Hats & Overalls & Jumpers, Sus penders, Neckties Etc., Men's& Boys' Shirts, Pants, Gloves & Mittens, Crockery, Glass ware and Lamps, WILLIAMS & DA We Must Make Room For Ottr SPRING STOCK. &$.Jp,.. stj. ,v*^^v^ ^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^m »M tfJB^. WSBtSJBBBRiSBBnHaElSEI W3^ feflll Our Immense Stock of Up-to-date and Desirable Furniture wi have been damaged by water at our recent fire. We must sell the goods, and In order to do so marked prices so low that we could not sleep if we published them. Come and carry away what low us to carry it for you. The insurance companies carry a portion of the loss, we sacrifice good deal m...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 March 1896

I 1 •*•.! MS, ungS •f &v fr^'V^ a** W^T 1 1 4 yoiir bMiroWiii 5ri)Irld#?^ ^a..-- Wim g°od deal more in order tamake a clean sweep.^f||S «t ,H \^"t%-\r4^tg\4r reci-i- £l 4 I I •vny^^aioT gex a new suixA ior In order to accomodate all, 3 have decided to extend the time 'o pur great. penders Neekties Ete. ,•»»»»•»»•••»»»»• I M€5n,s&Boys Shitts, Patits^lpyes & Mittens, Crocfcery, Glass-^ ware and tiaimps, "ffrk-t* The goods iii most baags areriatdamngedto,« and foran other purpo8 thatt to i/s'«^^3^Ll "i^L-'i^iJbO W cases 1e perfectiiy satisfactorys',' 3«t^e^^-pos^| picion or taint'of damage, and^ienoej. thi^horf"" Our Immense Stock of Up-to-date and Desirable.Fjgragtuf&JwiU. be ^old JRegardless of Cost.^asi portions of it .Jkave been damaged by^water at our^^eceMt fire. ^e|«tst sell tbe goods, and in order to do so quickly, wehave mar ked prices solow that we could tiotjjjeep if we publlfhed ttiem»#^ojte^and carry away what you want?"or al^t fS^ low us to carryJt foryou....

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 March 1896

m, tib* re- published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA BY- JOHNSON & LAWSON. VICTORErLrwioOStOT^nd^ Business Manager. CHBISTIAN 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 31ST, 1896. YOUNG MEN, STAY ON THE FARM. The above is a trite adage worn tread bare. For years past the man on the farm has had a tough time of it, and his pushing aggressive brother in the city in business has been in clover But the saying at the head of this article is nevertheless true in the long run, and positive indica* tions are not wanting that soon the farm will be the best place after all. Nature and nature's laws somehow or oth...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 March 1896

LV? i'r IZ %. AiiK *Central*Meat*Market.* C. A. GUSTAFSON WAGON MA Cf^Ti^"" Willmar, ILSON'S lUMBER/ 2S E ONLY FOR & fM Sold By Wiublad & Peterson, WILLMAR, MINN. :HEWLONDON:::::::: LUNCH ROOM 1,0, Rinpess PROPRfETOB. —Seeps for Sale— Luacl^ Qood8t Confectioner? Fruit In gea§on( TJobacco, 5 and 10 cent goods. C. LAWSON Contractor *m Builder, =NEW LONDON* MINN. 's Best perfurneifi the jVlarkct. Sold op- CARLSONBROS. &FR0ST, Wlltttiar, Minn. F. A, ILSTRUP, M. D.C. Veterinary Surgeon, WIL MAR, :MINN. Office at Freese & Freese livery stable. Calls night or day promptly attended to. —o— Comes highly recommended as a skillful and scientific vet erinarian in the treatment o! 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 respectfully 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. B...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 March 1896

NEWS IN MINNESOTA Mapleton will have an electric light plant. Stuckey, the Dyluth bank cashier on trial for larceny, was acquitted. Winona is agitating a workhouse. There are too many tramps around. Gatnets and opals are sa.id to exi|t in considerable quantities in Itasca county Pupils of Chatfleld schools are set to f((rubbing steps as punishment for mis demeanors. Alderman Murphy of St. Paul, con victed of keeping a disorderly house, bas been fined Ay H. Benham, a brother of Admiral A. K. Benham, of the navy, died at St. Peter of pneumonia. Experiments at the Humboldt high fokool, St. Paul, discover anew way to faike ray photographs. A football game has been arranged for the coming season between Minne sota and Wisconsin university teams. The Minnesota Democratic state con tention to select delegates to the na tional convention will be held in St. Paul June 11. Mrs. Mae Lockwood of Minneapolis, Secured a $15,000 verdiot against her husband's father and mother for the alienation of...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 March 1896

'^^^i^mfW^Y^MA l^m* I .. -. S:lN MINKISOTA Maptoton will Save an electrio ughtf 8fo$key, tfie Dtfutfc bant cashter on Winona is agitating a workhouse. pkfijMf* to a W 9 wound. £ttpWftWxf areaajd toexj|£in ooanaerablo quantitieainltasoaoountxjf S 1 Ofr*^®1* schools are set to V^rufbing ste^s as punishment for mi* Alderman Murphy of St. ?aul, oon tiotedxrf ^keeping a, disorderly house, fcas been"fined 100. A* H. Benham^a brother of Admiral A. K. Benham, of the navy, died at St. retecof pneumonia. fixpenments at the Humboldt high fOton, St. Paul, discover anew way to ftdc$$ ray photographs. A foofbafl game -bas been arranged for the comfijg seaso» between Minne iotaand Wisconsin university teams. The Minnesota Democratic state con |fention to select delegates to the na* fional convention will be held in St. Paul June 11. Mrs. Mae Lockwood of Minneapolis, gecured a $15,000 verdiot against her tasfeand's father and mother for the alienation of his affections. Bon. E. J. Vogel, representa...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 31 March 1896

•y^M A & Boy Sperry commenced a term of school in District No. 18, yesterday. To-morrow (Wednesday) is the date of Thos. Ostnundson's auction. Services are held in the Episcopal church every evening this week by Rev. Booth. Lightning and thunder accompaning a snow storm is suiely a novelty, yet that is what occured this morning. We are grieved to learn tha* Emma Bergman of Dovrc died 'la«t Friday, the 27 of March, of hemorrhage from the lungs. Mr. Elfstium, oui local weather authority, informs us that the rain last week netted his catch basm just .95 of an inch of atei The case of State s. Niekon charg ing defendant with selling intoxicating liquors to mmois, was dismissed bj Justice Sam Olson last Monday 'OleRingdahl foimeily a clerk in the drug stoie now owned by Elfstrnm & Weedall, was in town the last few days renewing old acquaintances. The Kandiyohi County Teacher pub lished by Supt Covell, has met with universal favor and pahonage from teachers and school officers It ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 April 1896

Ik' Vol. 2. 1886.5 Su. if?* L:%-fe£ APRIL Tu. Mo. 5 6 7 12 19 26 13 20 27 14 21 28 1896 We. 1 8 15 22 29 Th. 2 9 16 23 30 Fri. 3 10 17 24 Sat 4 11 18 25 John Pafferel intends to close out his cigar factory in the near future. The peppery, eloquent Ingalls, Opera House, April 22nd. A number of the small boys gave a "no-license parade" yesterday. The city public schools are closed this week, giving an Easter vacation. Mr. Oliver Larson of New London, visited with his family here, last Sun day. Ex-Senator John J. Ingalls will lec ture at the Willmar Opera House, April.22nd. Mr. Reese of Minneapolis, -State Weighniaster, was in our city on a business trip last Saturday. A number of the .local wheelmen went down to Minneapolis to attend the bicycle show this week. Mr. Bud Miller returned to the city last week, after having made an ex tended trip through the adjoining .states. The train-schedule of the Great Norther an R. R. has been altered and the new time-tables took effect on the oth,...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 April 1896

ihi -*V_~- IS :,i it I *5* ^!x aWILLMARjfTEIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at ^falLLMAR, MINNESOTA .V^ JOHNSON & LAWSON. ., flCTORETLAW^ONrSfit^ 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 mediumto 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, APRIL 7TH. 1896. OLD MASSACHUSETTS IT AGAIN. AT She learns nothing and for gets nothing. The Minneapolis Tribune says: "We regard the silver agitation as hurtful to business and destructive of confidence, and, as has recently been shown, hostile to all tariff legislation designed to give protection to our in dustries and revenue to our treasury. We are entirely opposed to the free and unlimited coinage of...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 April 1896

iff ip 1 *f. 1 /A,- Remember, That every- a in the above lines thing goes ACCOST jfr-X.-. j^wi*.**- t- For 10 da^s only STRICTLY FOR CASH. Spicer Spats. An enjoyable party was given by Mr. and Mrs Jas. McDermott at the Larsont „..,*. In order to accomodate all^ W3 have decided to extend the time of our great (ItyrtoL,Monday, night. -, -r:^ „-, Tom Negard is^iip from Witf mar and?1 will soon begin put-ting the steam boat in shape for the coming season. We are informed that an es timable New York lady has with in the last few days' taBen the jiame of Mrs. Grist Kerby. The happy,couple has our congratu lations. They entertained their many friends Monday night at the home of the grooms father. ,t John Henderson and Miss Lou Lester each closed a successful term of school here. ,The schol ars-showedmarked improvement in both departments, which does credit tHhe teachers. f#tf% MMf 'Miss Belle Ward, of Wiilmar,* W$W been'engaged to teaclpf. Jwo months tfcrto of, Iprivate-. school here. The ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 April 1896

'h INTERESTING ITEMS FROM NORWAY, SWEDBN AND DENMARK. An Election of Officers for the 8tor« thing—^111 for Abolishing Capital Fnnlahment Postponed—The Flag Agl tatlon—An Old Now*paper Suspends* A HormoB Congregation—Teachers In Dennd NORWAY. Christian* Malta of Christiana is Postmaster dead. A slaughter house of immense pro portions has been erected in Hovestad. H. H. Larson has been appointed postmaster and station master at Drobak. Representative Hans Anderson's bill for abolishing capital punishment has temporarily been dropped. Christianssands Stiftsavis, the oldest newspaper in Norway, will not be pub lished hereafter. The paper was 107 years old. The shares of the Central brewery of Christiana hare been purchased by the stockholders of theFortnna Brewing Company for a consideration of 950,000 crowns. Reverends Hall, Jorgenson, Namsos, Wisnaas, Lier and Warholm have con templated a journey to Palestine where they will spend a few months in study and recreation. Bertel Anderson ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 April 1896

A ST0LtN3W fciWaWMii a tn HILRCT S LATEST KtFUHe "Central*Meat*Market.- C. A. QUSTAFSON, WAGON MAKER, SJoquist's old stand. Willmar, Minn. SolaBy Wittblad & Peterson, WILLMAR, MINN. NEWLOHDON::::: 1.0. Rinpess Lrtiati? Qoocig, (gonfeetionetff Jfruitlu Season, "J:obac«og| and 10 cent5do88^? QtMtLM§QM •""KB t^tJi'^W »i 4 ?p Best Feyfujne 1p the filarket. STold op- CARLSONBROS.&FROST, Wmmar,MifJii. F. A. ILSTRUP, M. D.C. Veterinary Surgeon, WILLMAR, MINN. Office at Freese & Freese livery stable. Calls night -or 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 College. We respectlullv 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 pa...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 April 1896

9M:- tfc: life' III:- ^rfcfefev.,.' ftr" i^. •dfr fei Wh JS^§«» **w VK1* X- g/l&r* itr h- •.V ,#J. &- £*h it, l? 1 NEWS IN MINNESOTA A successful dairy institute was held •IBelteami.^ A fire department has been organized tffrne Island. A New York club has been organized St Hutchinson. A Knights of Pythias lodge has been organized at Cokato, Pine Island farmers will erect an ele« rator at a cost of $8,000. v#-2Ehe total loss by fire in the Yerxa grocery house aj^St. Paul-was $57,000. The Elk River Milling company,with ft capital of $o0,000, has been organized. The a he opening of the Red Lake reservation has been changed" to May 15. Police raided two gambling dens •at Winona, arresting 18 men, and confis cating the paraphernalia. Ole Olson was awarded $6,500 dam ages for personal injuries against the Great Northern at Morris. Thief River Falls is enjoying a boom en account of the prospective opening df the Red Lake reservation. A man and Ixwr were burned to death and a woman ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 April 1896

K-" *. fiW4l4|l !?."''. *& ir sic if if g^SSS^**' 6tl' -it'fliJ-^^T *3i **r T_ t, rr'lNMllttlSOTA- t_L S A fire department has been organized Ilftjielskad. A New xcirkjslnljrha»,bfiw^rganiz^a-, Hatoh^adLV «^:4» V^ W* KL. ^i^^r^^.Tiite^i^# 16 Island farmers wUl erect.an $Ie« atSt, The Elk Rives Milling company/with capital of $3O,0p0, has been,,orga lized. lXti0m&m opening & the'Re'd take reservation has been changed"* to Police raided two gambling dens tit Winona, arresting 18 men, and conns eating the paraphernalia. ^""Ole Olson was awarded $6,500 'dam ages,for personal injuries against the owta^^ tog** ijyrj:difeifnt: Thief River Falls is enjoying a boom en account of the prospective opening tic the Red Lake reservation. A man and. bonr were burned to death and a woman and boy fatally burned near Spring VaUey.^nij.jfy^, Verill, the boy tried at Dnlutbf for killing Samuel Demars at Biwabik, rwasoonvioted of murder in the first degree. A. G. Gra|,«nd:L. SC Sanson w|rj» e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 April 1896

Wc \mj Per pound for fine Garo lina nee Per pound for fine raisens. C. per gal sorghum molasses. W1LLMAR OPERA HOUSE For one night only, Friday Eve. April 17th. ONLY APPEARANCE HERE OF THE GREAT ARTIST Edouard Remenyi THE FAVORITE VIOLINIST OF AMERICA, AND HIS SPLENDID CONCERT COMPANY Has Charmed the Music-Loving World With the Witchery of his Bow. REMENYI S E O E O E O E A I A .four, under direction of H. B. THEARLE, Chicago. TI0KET8 8HOULD BE 8E0URE0 AT ONOE Reserved seats 75 cents, for sale at Elfstrum & Weed all's. Flax Seedfor Sale. We have 130 bushels of nice flax seed for sale, free from wild oats and mustard, at Erick Holstein's place, 1 mile West of Nest Lake, Town of New London. HOLSTEIN BROS. Apiary for Sale. N. P. Aspinwall of Harrison, Minn., desires to dispose of his bees and hives as he contemplates moving to St. Cloud. Will sell in part or all to-gether. Wedding stationery at the TRIBUNE ifflee. W W Ti 3. *r V^¥. At the Extreme 4 RODLUN* JOHNSON. $ 3 Sec. 18. In ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 April 1896

ft Mr far VICTOR E. LAWSON, Editor and 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, APRIL 14TH. 1896. REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER VULGARITY. We Populists are sometimes thought to be too severe in our condemnation of what we con sider wrong. We are reproach ed for that by our Republican brethren. They latter say that we should speak respectfully about the men and measures of other parties and at least give them credit for honesty. Now we do not deny that some Popu list newspapers do at times for get becoming propriety of lang uage and descend to vituperation. But there is this excuse for them that they...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 April 1896

&- ?-^f a STOLEN3WE[TJ HUBERT S LATEST KtFUMe^ •CetitraMMeat*Market.- Sold By WiHblad & Peterson, WILLMAR, MINN. NEWLONDON LUNCH ROOM 1.9, Rinpess Sjoquist's old stand, Willmar, Minn. PROPRIETOR. „, Keeps for Sale JjUhclj goods, (Jonfectionei^ Fruit in gea$ont Tobacco, and lO cent Qoods. O. M. LAWSON, Contractor m$ Builder, ijfiew WNPON, JARLSONBROS.&FR0ST. The Choicest Meats. The Finest Shop. BEST TREATMENT. Positively, the highest market price paid for hides. Mikkelson & Skoog, WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. Anderson Bros., Jewelers, WILLMAR, MINN. Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, vcrwdP? fil Spectacles. Repairing* and Engraving*. Call and get prices. C. A. GUSTAFSON, WAGON MAKER, FARMERS! Bring in your plows from now until spring for repairs and I wiil do the work at at so low fig ures that you will save money. JAKE P. ANDEKSON BLACKSMITH, NEW LONDON, MINN. New London Wagon Shop J. L. GUSTAPSON, Prop'r. :R,E:F.A. I :R, I IST O- OF ALL KINDS Well and Promptly Done. Wagons,...

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