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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 April 1895

A 4''- Agricultural Department. CONDUCTED BY NELS .QUASI, Norway Lake, Minn. The best horse doctor is good care. Dull tools and poor seed should never be tolerated on any farm. A mau will always get plenty of help when he is going down hill. The brave soul wins in the end never get discouraged. It does no good. Remember that opportunities do not make the man but man may make the opportunities. Smaller farms aud better tillage and fewer monopolies and less stealage are the crying needs of the hour.—F., S. and H. Now is the time to introduce the manure pile to the fields that are to be planted by corn, pro vided it is well rotted. After the cattle have broken in to the corn or grain is not the best time to repair the fence. Look after it now and save dam age aud expenses. In preparing your land for corn this spring keep the drag a close second to the plow. This will do away with lumps and put the field in fine condition for planting. There is good prospects that the chinch bugs and dr...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 April 1895

Ss i» ",!r -1 «v{ 2&-*T x£s t** 5 fc- '. 1( &\ t*^. &-\ 41 if.-*? IS %z ^ri yfc V, Answer to our during April. Q)p@Ge:neg and '&m# "fJ^A %.«-«- W^'iffy MLGBADE DEPARTMENT. Water White Kerosene Oil, 10c per gallon 21 pounds nice C. Sugar for $1.00. 20 pounds good Pried Apples. $1.00. '20 pounds nice California Raisins for $1.00. 16 pounds nice small California Prunes for $1.00. WATCH THIS SPACE 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 BELGRADE, MINN. .lust East of Skimlnnd'sShop. Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT FLOUR, RYE FLOUR And ail kinds of FeedEEEEEEE mau. BELGRADE, CUSTOM It may help a Utile keep POLITICAL PUZZLE will be given in the Tribune Yours Truly, T. J. ANDERSON & CO., BELCH A 1)1 MI XX Hampen Brothers, ©Pi ^©edg. We will always pay the highest Market Price for U...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 April 1895

si S VOL 1. fet '^w P- ftlJ & 3££ Miss Hannah Hallquist, oi Dovre, departed from here foi Casseltou, N. P., last Thursday. John Lunquist was pleasantly surprised by a number of friends last Tuesday, who presented him with a new hat. Dr. Johnson became a resident of Will mar Wednesday, having moved down from New London with his family on that day. Clerk of Court Ramsett is con fined again to his home by sick nefs. County Auditor Nasset at tends to his business meanwhile. The tinners were at work last Saturday putting on the roofing on the uew cottages of Ole Barnstad and John Madison at Eagle Lake. A little blaze in the railroad company's coal shed called out the fire department Saturday morning. The fire was put out before the firemen arrived how ever. Noland & Mogren, of Kerk hoven, have purchased the shed belonging to the defunct Willmar Sidewalk Co. They are tearing it down and hauling the lumber to Kerkhoven where they will use it in the construction of a cream ery build...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 April 1895

?s Vl5- W\ tfr WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, April 23, 189o. OHRISTIHH JOHHSOH, Editor, GUDMUND P. KAKWANI), General Business Agent for the Will mar Tribune Office at the old •Sperry Machinery Ituilding, Will mar, Minn Subscriptions maj be puirl to Uud inund P. Karw and For ad vertisins rates in the Willmnr Tribune in quire of Mr Karwanrl Loeal Agents for Willmar Tribune. S .1 Andeison Hampeo Bios Peter J*arson John Quaro vanVoist Owre New London Belgrade Atwatei Norway Lake. Hawick Lake Lillian SUBSCRIPTION PRICES $1 00 per annum in advance. $125 if not paid in advance Outside of the county 15 cts extia for postage THE IVES CASE Our readers are aware thai there has been a great racket in the legislature this winter in the attempt to impeach Judge Ives of the 14th Judicial district Judge Ives is the only Populist judge iu the State, and the feel ing has prevailed that there waa partisan animosity back of the move against him Early iu the se...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 April 1895

tefei "^^^ifeittsi^ls^ai^' Agricultural Department. CONDUCTED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. he farmer at never makes a mistake never makes anything I cost& as much to restore fer tility to a farm as it did to clear a break it originally. Now is the time to clean up the yard house and cellar. It will look moi pleasant, besides it might save a doctor bill. ok sharp at the trees around house at you might dis cover insect eggs on twigs and bark They are easily destroyed before they hatch. Radish seeds germinate quickly and a few a be so^'n along \ith beets, onions, carrots or a other seed at is slow to germinate. I will a the rows so at the ground can be worked before the other plants make their appearance. If you are a patron to a cream ery do neglect the patch of sweet corn to cut up forth cows ^\hen the drought coires, for it surely will come Keep in mind at the greatest profit from hogs comes from crowding them from birth until they are seven old. Af ter this age profit decre...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 April 1895

23&F Sao*: JL J" MiAnd Anderson's Hamp gVt»,' 5-fe?" mp Hf :«9 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. 10 pounds nice small California Prunes for #1.00. WATCH THIS SPACE Aiswcr to our during April. r©(2e:neg 'Rs'WS^^T*- BELGRADE DEPARTMENT. And ail kinds of FeedEEEEEEE— •from Wheat and Rye an- ^ri" EYE OPENER. Nice whole Rice, IT pounds for $1.00 Best Jelly, per pail, 50 cents. Parlor Matches—on© dozen large boxes- -1-3 cents. Fair Syrup, per gallon, 28 cents. Finest Syrup in the market, 35 cents. every week, you posted It may help a little to keep POLITICAL PUZZLE will be given in the Tribune Yours Truly, T. J. ANDERSON &. CO., 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. Belgrade and Eden Valley IIa NERLIEN & GOLBIORNSEN, Owners and Operators. M...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 April 1895

p- to* rfj" B*l VOL. 1. WILLMAR MARKET. Corrected for Monday, Api it 29. Wheat, Xo 1, Northern, 57cts OatH, 25 cents Corn, 40 cents. Live Beef. $2 50tof:i 50 per cut Pork $3.75 to $4 00 per cut Potatoes, 50 cents. Beans $2.00. Hay 00 to $4 50 per ton Butter, from 10 to 12& p-rlb Eggs, 10 cents per doz Ernest Ellfstrom left for Litch field to-da.v. Rev. Estrem returned on the uoon train Thiirsdav Nels Enge, the At water Miller, was in town yesterday. Mr. Swelander, the musiciau, passed through here yesterday Rodlun Bros, received a car load of Atwater flour yesterday Two will he State new experimental farms put in operation in the Vice President McRae of Graceville Bank, Graceville, in town Fiidav O A Hedinand Smith will receive cattle for shipment until the 7th of May Albert Peterson, ot Lake An drew, boarded the train here for Mimieiipolis last Friday O. Thorne arrived here Tuesday evening from St Paul, the la\\-making body ha\in ad journed sine die Martin Ktallaiid, and Com ad...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 April 1895

:te*3 IVs- Kji ft 'FV $ tflLLIAR TRIBUNE. 1 Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, April 30, 1895. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Editor. GUDMOND^PTKARWANDT General BusinesH Agent for the Will maj Tribune. Office at the old Sperry Machinery Building, Will mar, Minn. Subwcriptions may be paid to Gud nmndP. Karwanjl. For advertising rates-In the Wllhnar Tribune in •^tnire of Mr. Karwand. L«eal Agents for Willmar Tribune. S 7 Andeison llampen Bros... l'eter Larson .lonn Quam New London "Belgrade. Atwater. Norway Lake. .. .. Hawick. P. VanVoist Owre Lake Lillian SUBSCRIPTION PRICES $1.00 per annum in'advance. $1.25 if not paid in advance Outside of the county 15 cts. extia for postage. THE GREAT ISSUE. It is evideut to ever\ observ inj pprson that the silver question daily becoming the great issue for the next politicallmttle. The •silver craze, as it is called by the gold monometalists, is spreading •with, fearful rapidity both Kast and West, and bids fair to sweep this country wi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 April 1895

m^ gfe£»«-J '€. im. #i •w- Agricultural Department, CONDUCTED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. WHY WE HAVE UNDERTAKEN THISs DEPARTMENT. In meeting our populist friends we are very often confronted Ti\ ith the quest ion: Why we ha ve taken up the agricultural depart ment in the Tribune0 suggesting at the same time that our ener gies would be better spent in fighting for our political issnes. Well, now we have worked for well nigh unto ten years in that line, hoping with our other Alli ance and populist voters to be able to bring those issues to our immediate solution but after all this we have come to the conclu sion that we have still a hard and long struggle before us and while we are not at all despond ent as to the ultimate result, yet we can readily see that if we con duct our farming in the future as in the past under present condi ditions most of us will ere long lose our homes and after we have lost possession of our homes it will be up-hill work to regain them or even correc...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 April 1895

Mi 'i £3^-«E3 SBSi TtJ K»#gK*. Kg?*7"*" °7? E A II JLi 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. 10 pounds nice small California Prunes for $1.00. TVAlUn I mo orAUt dhoeeriag ^S^^T I EYE OPENER. Nice whole Rice, 17 pounds for $1.00 Rest 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. I A I A I 0 A *y eek. It may help a little to kcip y„„ posted Answer to our POLITICAL PUZZLE will be given in the Tribune during April. Yours .Truly, T. J. ANDERSON & CO., 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, '0*m# antt Belgrade and Eden Valley NERklEN & GOLBIORNSEN, Owners and Operators. MILLERS AND SHrPPERS OF Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT F...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 May 1895

a IMMMMMM Corrected for Monday, April 29. Wheat, No. Northern, 57cts. Oats, 25 cents. Corn, 40 cents. Live Beef, $2.50to $3.50 percwt. Pork |3.75 to $4.00 per cwt. Potatoes, 50 cents. Beaus $2.00. Hay $4.00 to $4.50 per ton. Butter, from 10 to 12% Eggs, 10 cents per doz. Mr. Sauvin returned to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Winblad intend to leave for Sweden shortly. Business is getting to be lh ch arter this ram. Cushman Rice came home from New London to stay over Sunday. Editor Spencer of the At water Press, was in town Monday. Geo. Johnson of Ringville did business in town Monday. Att. Nordin returned from Min neapolis last Wednesday evening. Geer Ac Batterberry ,the hustling house movers, from Burbank, are at work in town. Mr. Swelauder, came to Willmar Litchfield. the guitarist, to-day from All kinds of Flower and Garden seeds in bulk or packages, at the Western Union Telegraph office. Gudmund Karwand was un loading a big car loaded with Deeriug binders yesterday. A 17th of May celebration ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 May 1895

WILLMA TRIBUNE Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, Tuesday, May 7, 1895. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, it r. GUDMUND {lave. ^Mn P.IKARWANDT General Business Agent for the Will mar Tribune. Office at the old Sperry Machinery Building, Will mar, Minn Subscriptions may be paid to Oud mund P. Karwand For ad ertising rates in the Willmnr Tribune quire of Mr Karwand Local Agents for Willmar Tribune. S .1 Anderson Hampen Bros Peter Larson John Quam New London Belgrade. Atwater Norway Lake VanVorst Owre Hawick. Lake Lillian SUBSCRIPTION PRICES $1 00 per annum in advance. $1.25 if not paid in advance Outside of the county 15 cts extia for postage. REFORM, REVOLUTION OR TARY DESPOTISM. MILL Bro Crosby thiuks we are way off in giving as our opinion that if free silver fails to carry the da,\ in 1896 we shall have re\ ohition and bloodshed "The Willmar Tribune sa\sif free silver is defeated in 1896 there will be revolution and bloodshed. What rot! Who is going into the blood-shedding business a...

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 May 1895

rs" HON. HALDOR E. BOEN VIEWS. cti 1 GIVES HIS Hon. Haldor E. l?oen writes ns a long and valuable letter on the present status of the silver party and the Peoples party aud then relations. Weextract asfollows: FERGUS FALLS, April 26, '95. Christian Johnson, M. 1). Willmar, Minn. MY DEAR DOCTOR:—You ask: "What figure is the new silver move going to have on our par ty?" My views on that question are brief these: The American Bimetallic Party was organized for the purpose of teaching the gospel of bimetalism to those classes which can not be reached through the populist organiza tion. Thus there are now two mono-metalist parties, namelv, the republican and the democrat ic and two bimetallic parties, namely, the Peoples party and the American Bimetallic party. The first two favor the English banking system, which means private or corporate control of the public function, the power and right to issue the paper cur rency. They also favor the gold standard, which meaus declining prices and...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 7 May 1895

Answer to our during April Gr©2e:pieg ]&wte iC- r&n-t '& BELGRADE DEPARTMENT. Anderson's Water White Kerosene Oil, 10c per gallon 24 pounds nice C. Sugar for $1.00. 20 pounds good lined Apples, $1 00. 20 pounds nice California Raisins for $1 00 16 pounds nice small California Piunes foi $1 00 WATCH THIS SPACE EYE OPENER. Nice whole Rice, 17 pounds lor $1 00 Rest Jelly, per pail, 50 cents Parloi Matches—one do'/en large boxes—1") cents Fair Syiup, per gallon, 28 cents Finest Syrup the maiket, 33 cents. eveiy week jou posted POLITICAL PUZZLE will be given in the Tnbune Yoias Tiulj, T. J. ANDERSON & CO., BELGRADE, MINN Hampen Brothers, BELGRADE, MINN. Just East of Skimland'b Shop We will always pay the highest Market Price for BUTTER and EGGS, and sell omr GOODS as CHEAP as any in town. antrf Belgrade and Eden Valley rlL/iJUJlffi NERklEN GOLBI0RNSEN, Owners and Operators. MILLERS AND SHIPPERS OF Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT FLOUR, RYE FLOUR And ail kinds 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. — 14 May 1895

%•". A Sfev-v £•*•:.& !S&5l~ WILLMAR MARKET. Corrected for Monday May 3 3. Wheat, No. 1, Northern, 5 0 cts. Oats, 21 cents. Corn, 4 0 cents. Live Beef, #2.50 to $3.50 percwt. Pork 4 0 0 to $4.50 per cut, Potatoes, 5 0 cents. Beans $2.00. Hay $4.00 to $4.50 per ton. Butter, 12 peril). Eggs, 9 cents per doz. 4TH OF JULY7" There is some talk of a celebra tion at Willmar the coming 4th of July. We hope it will not end in talk simply. We all need to hear the immortal language of Thomas Jefferson and his revo lutionary compatriots read to us these times. Willmar has not had a celebration for seven years we believe. Litchfield will not celebrate, nor have we heard of auy other celebration in our neighboring towus. Willmar can of course celebrate in grand style if she only tries. There was a meeting last Friday night for the purpose of talking the matter over, but it was not known to any extent, so the at tendance was small, Next Sat urday evening another meeting will be held at the...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 May 1895

^WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at JVILLMAR, MINNESOTA, l$t Tuesday, May 14, 1895. CHRISTIANJOHNSOH, -Editor. GCDMUND P. KARWAND, General Business Agent for the Will may Tribune. Office at the old «perry_ Machinery Building, Wid mar, Minn. Subscriptions may be paid to Gud mundP.Karwand. For advertising rates in the VVilhnar Tribune in quire of Mr. Karwand. Local Agents for Willmar Tribune. S.J.Anderson. .. New London. Ilampeu Bros Belgrade. Peter Larson .•. ...Atwater. .lohn Quam Norway Lake F. P. VanYorst Hawick. L. P. Owre Lake Lillian. SUBSCRIPTION TRICES $1.00 per annum in advance. $1.2o if not paid in advance. Outside of the county 15 cts. extra for postage. The Morning Call Acknowl edges the Corn. There is no abler supporter of President Cleveland and his gold policy iu the Northwest than the St. Paul Morning Call. Last Thursday the Call contained the 'editoral printed below. AVe ask all our readers to read it care fully. The Call concedes that the main contention 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. — 14 May 1895

t$h ft?-* m0^ Agricultural Department. CONDUCTED BY NEL8 QI7AM, Norway Lake, Minn, Keep in mind the old saying: A dull hoe makes a lonely row. The citizen of the United States who is not a politician in the true sense, is not a good citizen. Raise all the calves you get. The probability-is at vou will have a good price for them AYhen they are three years old. The an at hangs onto his sheep will have his reward ere long by profitable prices. Th time for planting late varieties in the garden is at hand but be sure to kill all the weeds first before planting. Let us make the best of what we have. I don't pay to make ourselves miserable by wishing for at which is out of'our reach. Corn planting and growing weeds have kept us busy this week. The latter seem to grow as by magic, but we are deter mined to clean them out. The agriculture of Massachu setts is quite well organized. She has a board of agriculture, agri cultural college, experiment sta tion, board of cattle commission ers, dair...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 May 1895

f5 liar fs^r ^. 41 BELGRADE DEPARTMENT. Anderson's Water White Kerosene Oil, 10c per gallon 34 pounds nice C. Sugar for $1.00. 20 pounds good Dried Apples, $1 00. •M) pounds nice California Raisins foi $1 CM 16 pounds nice small California Prunes for $1 00 WATCH THIS SPACE Answer to our during April. w?ne ana Yours Truly, And all kinds of FeedEEEEEEE— maMi •)1 1- 1 EYE OPENER. Nice whole Rice, 17 pounds for $ 1 00 Best .Jelly, per pail, o0 cents. Parlor Matches—one dozen large boxes—M cents Fair Syrup, per gallon, 28 cents. Finest Syrup in the maiket, 3," cents. every weeky It ma\ help a little to keep you posted *»nim^* POLITICAL PUZZLE will be given in the Tribune T. J. ANDERSON &. CO., BELGRADE, MINN 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. Belgrade and Eden Valley NERklEN & GOLBIOfcNSEN, Owners and Operators. MILLEKS AND SHIPPERS OF Spring Wh...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 May 1895

wHS VOL. 1. Ba *3S*v «&** WILLMAR MARKET. Corrected for Monday May 20 Wheat, No. 1, Northern, (tGets. Oats, 21 cents. Corn, 40 cents. Live Beef, $2.25 to #3 25 per cut Pork $3 50 to $4 00 per cut Potatoes, 50 cents. Beans $2.00. Hay $4.00 to $4.50 per ton. Butter, 8 to 10c p**rlb Eggs, 9 cents per doz. Wedding stationery at the Tumi NE office Mrs Lind, uife of the Rev. Lind formerly of this place, but now of Fargo, is visiting friends in town. She will visit relatives at Lake Elizabeth before she re turns to her home. .G Mardin, the hustling agent at Spicer, is having erected a large pavillion near the shore of Green Lake The floor will be 24x48 feet in size and there will be t\\ rooms for refreshments. New Pa.ynesville'8 hustling cit izens captuied the A R. En campment this ,\ear. They are making extensive preparations for this notable event which will beheld during the first days of Jnlv. The annual meeting of the members of the Dovre & Mam re Mutual Fire Insurance Associa...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 May 1895

i*w 3tfc p% 4- S^nfi WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every TUesday at «jpr WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. lsx f^ O N S O N & A W S O N 1 CHRISTIAN JOHNSON. Editor. YICTURE. LAWSON. Associate Editor and Business Manager. 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 GiLfcER O TUESDAY A 21ST 1895. Government Liquor Dispensatories in South Carolina. How They Work. We ask our prohibition friends nud others at have criticised the Peoples' a of Minnesota for advocating the nationaliza tion of the liquor traffic, to read the following account of how the plan is working in South Caro lina. Review of Reviews is reli able. Bu we have plenty of evi dence from other sources, that "th people of South Carolina, ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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