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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 February 1897

«v: S A E O MINNESOTA, COUNT O KANDIYOHI, j" Name of Owners aud Description. Township of Arctander, Town 121, Range 36. Dennis O'Brien, sw '4 nw U. lots land 2 1 Syvert I Syse. Vs. nw \i. exc 5 a.. 0 SyvertI Syse, lt nw it. 2 a of W .. 6 J4exc2 li exc 10 a of sw O Field, Vt sw 25 GJJ& AJGeer.se %.* 25 Anthony Ooffaa. sw Vt ne .... 26 ^1^ .Christian Johnson, se ne 0.... 26 j* Iver Iverson, ne kne 28 jK Mattie Geer, nw se ^-_ AFKeiry, I Samuel Stauffer, nw t^/O A Geer, ne ,~ A S Geer, se U, se ne S A Kelly lots 2 and 3 Sarah Sperry, ne ne k. Hattie McDermott. ii ne O Iverson, se sw Sarah Sperry. V4 nw k. nw »w 36 Peter Lindberg, sw sw 36 Township of Colfax, Town 122, Range 35. Ole Hanson, ne ne 2 A Brown, nek 8 Anna Brown, nw nw 0 Bertha Thompson., lot 6 9 Ben ha Thompson, lot 3 10 Bertha Thompson, 54 nwk- 15 George Thompson, nlAkse 4 SW ivV DELINQUENT TAX-LIST. A LIST OP DELINQUENT TAXES UPON PROPERTY WITHIN THE COUNTY OP KANDIYOHI AND STATE OF MINNESOTA FO TH E YEA A D.« 1895, R...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 February 1897

I I -v Storm. Snow. Weddings! Weddings!! Ml. Christine Anderson Snndayed With her parents last Sunday..c Kate and Hans Hansorl de parted for Minneapolis last week where Hans will attend school. Mary Hendrickson were visit ing with her relatives lastSnn SSfc™ i, Mrs. -Henry An Person are visiting with her parents at Lake Johanna. Lindquist & Linderholna ship ped stock again to Minpeapolis last Tuesday. John Olson were out in the country last Sunday and saw old friends and also made new ac quintances. Maria Stevens returned from a visit out to hor grand-parents Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Glesne of *Sunburg last week she have been staying there since Christmas. Miss Ella Jacobson has been confined to bed for 3—4 weeks of rheumatism. She is still very ill. Both Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Thor nd has been very sick of late. They are now said to be a little better. Miss Mable Evans came home fram Ne London last Thursday for a few days visit with her folks Sh is attending the High School of that place,...

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 February 1897

Vol. 3. I I ••. $rihWMW$W CO5?. S O 'A" AM& FaFfrl WJ^WMW^^ CLOTHING DEPARTMENT $12 Men's All Wool Suits, Sale Prie 110 Men's Clay Worste Suits, Sale Price $5 Men' Suits, Sale Price $10 men's All Wool Overcoats, fine trimmed, velvet collar, Sale Price only FURNISHING DEP'T. Men' Colored Bosom Shirts, Detachable a Cuffs, formerly sold at $1.25, Sale Price O Men' Flannel Shirts, sold at $1.75 and $1.50 tH-i^fX Sale Pric Ladies' All Wool Shirt and\ Drawers sold at $1.00 a Sale Pric .\ A Children's Underwea at 2 O All our 50c and 75c Neckties in O the store choice for A 3 3 65c, 75c and 90c Four-in hand Ties e* g\ Sale Price O dILGER BLOCK. r^\^u^) We Have Not Arrived at Our Present High Stage of Usefulness by Chance, DT E E S no luck or speculation about this business. I isn't the result of fortunate circumstances, but honest, ha id work—work wherein our customers' interests have been carefully studied at every corner and turn We are not here before you as strangers but have spent ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 February 1897

fa fct&,, *v,Hr ft filltmr tribune. O N S O N & LAWSON Publishers. WILLMAR~ I N N The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. The Proceeding* of the Second Session. In the senate on the 15th the bankruptcy bill was read at length, the conference re port on the legislative, executive and judi cial appropriation bill was agreed to, a further conference on the agricultural ap propriation bill wa» directed and 24 pension bills were passed....In the house the sundry civil appropriation bill ($50,644,743) was passed and the senate amendments to the diplomatic and consular appropriation bills were concurred in. In the contested election case of Benoit versus Boatner, from Louisiana, the latter's title to his seat was confirmed. Senator Chandler (N. H.) spoke for three hours in the senate on the 16th In advocacy of bimetallism. The bankruptcy bill was discussed, but no action was taken... .In the house a bill was passed to define the juris diction of Un...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 February 1897

jX J/"% 7J TO Wt »»^»»»»»3iiii»i»!a33!i»jaijJ! CONSERVATIVfE PRESIDENT M'KINLEY. atantial refreshments will have to be paid for out of their own pockets. Uncle Sam furnishes the dramatis per sonae for the inauguration show, but when it comes to pay for the staging he is, to use a slang phrase, "not in it." The expense is borne by the business men of Washington, who, months prior to inauguration day, aise a large guarantee fund to defray the cost of the grand pageant on Penn sylvania avenue, relying for reimburse ment on the thousands of visitors who usually remain the city for several days and spend millions of dollars to satisfy their patriotic curiosity. As the raising of inauguration funds has 2»ever proved a very difficult task, it is to be presumed that the merchants and hotel keepers receive a fair profit on their investment. THE C4JPITOL BUILDING. Only the Favored Few Can Gala Ad mission on March. 4. Visitors who expect to enter the cap itol building on March 4, to witness th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 February 1897

fcfl *,*- 5fc- WILLMA1 TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. VICTOE E. LAWSON, Editor and Business ITaiia^cr. CHEI8TIAX JOHNSON, 1 Special Editorial Contributor. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF KANDIYOHI CO. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Display iufs inser. tort for 15 cents per inch per week. Liberal discounts when taken in large ouuntiticsor when leftstanding. Local reading: notices will be inserted for 5 cents per line each week. Write for terms for the publication legal notices. The WILI.MAK THJUUNE has a larger son. eral circulation in Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription books are open for inspection to advertisers. SUBSCRIPTION price, if paid before end offirstyear. $1.00 a year: if delinquent long er, $1.25 a year will be charged. 'JONTRIBUTIOXS of news items or short, jithy articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully received, when the name a. the writer is made known to the editors. Regular news correspondents wanted ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 February 1897

r/ %, V% S 8- *~J. 1WIUMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED .EVERY TUESDAY AT *j W I A I N N E S O A BY .\ JOHNSO N & LAWSON. VICTOR E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager. CHBI8TIAN JOHNSON, Special Editorial Contributor. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF KANDIYOHI 0. ADVERTISEMENTS for 15 cents per incl discounts when taken teid for 1 5 cents per inch per week. Liberal discounts when taken in large quantities o]r when leftstanding. Local reading notices Display ad's inser. »e week Libera arg quantities o)r will be inserted for 5 cents per lino each week. Write for terms for the publication r»* legal notices. Th W I A I N E has a larger «en. eral circulation in Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription books are open tor inspection to advertisers. SUBSCRIPTION price, if paid before end offlrstyear, Jl.OOayear: delinquent long er, $1.85 a year will be charged. OONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, jlth articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully received, when the name o. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 February 1897

ftf THE PRICES OF & JUST LOOK AT TIIESE PRTC Roll Carding, per pound..! Spinning S:tiu\o Vnm per por.uii Stocking Yarn. 2 or piy, pv_i- pound O Send We wisl op 1 A ill Hi f1 ini in/ Ki 5C 15 2, Hi ,'hesl marked paid for W O O in cxohfintro for tor sain}) ud prices also tetters from our customers For further information call on Frost RODLUND & JOHNSON, or write to Will mar. tmnm 'Mmm Mil !.S S •LL.iL?., iT 5. IN 1. TTF uRY Kl.AUSER. PROP. A. BKOCiKLX. THE NEW LONDON TAILOR. Has always on hand a selected stock of seasonable goods.also ai'ull line of samples from which selections of any kind of goods can be furnished 'sh)rt notice. HIS PRICES. ARE LOW. WORKMANSHIP GUARAXTEKD «-^-e3&x^x£vzxrjet-:zxsvix.zz^sri!^>:c 3 QUAM & JOHNSON, NEW LONDON, MINN. to aaii( r.:icu that we are :ni UT) husiness with a full line of just GROCERIES, CLOCKS. WATCHES, JEWELRV, FANCY GOODS. STATIONERY. E re ETC. Also dealer in 'i^-.-irs. Tobacco. Con fectionery, fruit and Temperance Goods. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 February 1897

UT IN*:. LITCHFIELD, MINN. HEiMR KLAUSEt PROP. g§| A. BROGREN, THE NEW LONDON TAILOR. as a a on a a selected Stock of seasonable also .. a in of a from selections of a in of goodsgcairbe-* is notice. iHIS I E S A E LOW W O A N S I FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, E I ETC. {Als dealer in Cigars, Tobacco, Con feet onery, fruit and Temperance Goods. All first class, prices a down. Repairing a Specialty. All work —Guaranteed.— ^^^^^HI||||^^^^P5^P«f^^^^ TICE! CUSTOM WORK. JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES:. S Carding, rr per pound. ^Spinningr Sin*lo Yarn. :'.., jpbv pound..' ,-..-.• /Stocking Yarn, 2 or I{ ply, per pound....... a price paid for 1-jWOOL in a for- S for a and prices •also Tetters frdm our to ...JFcyr furliier information call on RoDLoir & O N S O N Will mar, or it to LiiefsislfS Woolen Hills, A A N E E DAM & JOHNSON, NEW LONDON, MINN. We wish to auuounce that we are just opening up business with a full line of GROCERIES, CLOCKS, •WATOHES, 'JEWELRY JOHNSON, {Successor to F. F. Nels...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 February 1897

4 £t *&SF$et' he conductor had eyed Lambert cu riously as be punched his ticket. toeld it for a and rdged his lan ter around so that its feeble light could reinforce the glimmer from the Cleared and smoky globe above Lam bert's curly head. Th train had started from the junction with that quick series of back-wrenching jerks which all vet eran travelers remember as character istic of American railways, before the introduction of "coupler buffers." It was a shabby, old-fashioned train—one whose cars had "seen service," and not ft little of it, during the long and eveut tal war so recently closed. I had a baggage car behind the wheezy old wood-burner that drew the rickety pro cession out into the dim, starlit aisle through he eastward forest, and, for •the first time in a week, that baggage car contained a trunk. I had a "smok er," in which three or four negroes were Boundly sleeping on the worn cushions at the forward end, and three or four tank, shabbily-dressed whites were con s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 February 1897

SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Frksetpal Bvents that Hare Occurred to the Old Countries About tho North Sea Within a Week or So Just SWEDEN. The railway department is mapping out a number of new railway lines, the estimated cost of which is nearly 18,000,000. The public school at Hillarp had to be closed because none of the appli cants could pass the regular examina tions. There were 11,170 public schools of different grades in Sweden at the close of the year 1S95. The number of pu pils between 7 and 14 years of age was 806.981—409,977 boys and 398,004 girls and the number of regular teachers was 18.862. The total abstainers in the riksdag are preparing a bill appropriating $6,000 for the promotion of the cause of tem perance. Extensive beds of black granite have been discovered in Norra Akarp parish and the price of the land suddenly rose enormously. No less than 46 members of the riks dag have publicly announced that they a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 February 1897

v*?* r^ H&r 'A4 Tripolis. A Phillip Melancton festival was held in the church on the 16th instants Dr. Wahlbtrom of G. A. College, St. Peter, Revisor Jespersou of the Aug ustana College, Rock Island, 111., and Rev. Collin of New London, were the speakers. A beautiful altar-painting, representing the "Resurrection of Christ," was unveiled on this occa sion. This fine work of art is from the studio of the noted artist. Prof. Grafstrom, Lindsborg, Kansas. Aug. Klint met with the misfortune of cutting off a thumb by accident the other day. Ernst Johanson has rented his farm to James Larson. At the special meeting at the Luth eran church here, Johan Emquist was elected trustee. Edwards Items, (Intended for last week.) Don't forget to send a valentine. The farmers are snow bound. When you go out driving don't for get to' take a shovel along. Lydia ,Thilling of Clara City is visiting with her sister Mrs. G. A. Leipold. O. P. Oslie is visiting with old friends at Sacred Heart. Boys, whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 March 1897

'^0& 3$ OP-f&ii &•£'%*' t&\ W%r Vol. 3. ANTI-SECR-T SOCIETY. A Largely Attended Conven tion Wa Held Here Two a Last Week. An Anti-Secret Society con vention was held in this city on Feb 23 and 24, under the aus pices of the Minnesota Christian Association. The meetings were held in the Seminary Hall, and on the evening of the 24th a meeting was held in the opera house, and all were largely attended, a large number of people from the sur rounding country being in at tendance. Speeches were made by Prof. S Hilleboe, Rev. W Fen ton, Rev. C. J. Collin, Rev. F. C. Spraul, Rev. E. E. Gynild. Rev. O T. Lee, Rev. N. Giere, Rev L. A. Johnston and O. J. Rollevson. At the conclusion of the meet ings the following officers were elected for the ensuing year H. S Hilleboe, President W. Fenton, First Vice President and Corresponding Secretary J. Collin, Second Vice Presi dent. John Halvorson, Record ing Secretary P. A. Wenner, Treasurer. Rev. O. T. Lee, of North wood. la., spoke, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 March 1897

8& ^-•'iHUlf kit JOHNSON & A W S O N Publishers. VV1LLMAR~ I N N E Nort Dakot a legislature as decreed that all railroads shall be, as sessed for taxation at not less an 95,000 a mile regardless of their cost or earnings. W I I N the last a the Unite State has exported 313 locomotive en gines or one for every work day and 45 have been ordered for shipment to Japan. Considering the competition 'with which they have to contend this in is highly creditable to the America engine builders. ,. O N S N O N S O N is furious it Ibsen for writing his last play, "Joh Gabriel Borkmann," which he asserts is full of bitter attacks on his family life. Ibsen's son is mar* ried to Bjornson's daughter and the relations between the fathers-in-law a been strained for some time. Bjornso proposes to Ibsen up soon in a book. O the 3,300 original books by Amer ican authors published in 1896 the sub jec of a leads it 548 works, while education and language to got 387, and literary history and miscel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 March 1897

f**» *v 3v* ti $CAMMVIM NEW S Interesting Note Fro the Ocean. Across HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. •Principal Events that Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Fast. SWEDEN. August Strindberg has been elected master and honorary member of the alchemic association of France. Strind berg has already published several ar ticles on chemistry in the organ of said association, and it is expected that he will be appointed to a position in its •chemical laboratory as soon as it is fin ished. Large flocks of larks were seen in the southern part of Sweden as early as Feb. 2. A traveling agent was treated to an unusual experience while stopping •over night at a farm house in Jarbo parish. He is in the habit of sleeping with his mouth wide open. A wee bit of a mouse noticed this inviting hole, and began to crawl in. But the good man was aroused from bis sleep, and seized the visitor with such vigor as to send it by a sort of snap shot route to the happy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 March 1897

felt fe5? i£r* ^J^^ja»4t ii /*, SV if? at' !f H-#iaonin %K*$*"^ WILLMAR TRIBUNE. KJBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WXLLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. YICTOB E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager. CHEIBTIAN JOHNSON, =f Special Editorial Contributor. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF.KANDIYOHI GO. ADVERTISEMENTS —Display ad's inser. tod for 15 cents per inch per week. Liberal discounts when token in large quantities or when left standing. Local reading notices will be inserted for 5 cents per line each week. Write for terms for the publication legal notices. The WIIXMAR TBIBUNB has a larger gen eral circulation in Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription books are open for inspection to advertisers. SUBSCRIPTION price, if paid before end of first year, 11.00 a year: If delinquent long er, $1.25 a year will DO charged CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, iithy articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully received, when the name a. the writer is made known to th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 March 1897

NOTICE! CUT RIGHT IN TWO. What? CUSTOM WORK. JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES: Roll Carding, per pound Spinning Sinerle Yarn, per pound IOC Stocking Yarn, O O 2 or 3 ply, per pound xdoC Highest market price-paid for WOOL in exchange for goods. Send for samples and prices also letters from our customers. For further information call on O N & JOHNSON, Willmar. or write to Litchfield Woolen Mills, LITCHFIELD, MINN. HEnRY KLAUSER. PROP. A. BROGREN, THE NEW LONDON TAILOR. Has always on hand a- selected stock of seasonable goods, also affull line of samples from which selections of any kind of goods^can be furnished on»short notice. HIS PRICES ARE LOW. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED QUA & JOHNSON, NEW LONDON, MINN. We wish to announce that we are just opening up business with a full line of GROCERIES, CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, EIC.. ETC. Also dealer in Cigars, Tobacco, Con fectionery, fruit and Temperance Goods. All first class, prices way down. Repairing a' Specialty. ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 March 1897

yfes, m% ii ORPHAN BILLY. Young Billy hasn't any ma To tell him w'at to do: *To make him mind, an* comb his hair. An* keep him in a stew. 3He doesn't haf to wash his self, Ner mind about his clothes— 3 tell ye Bill has mostest fun Of any boy I knows "*N Bill kin go a-fishln', too, Whenever he's inclined. "*N he kin stay away all day, 'N no one ever mind I tell you orfun- ha^ a snap I most wish 1 was one My ma an pa watch me so clo3t I can't have any fun *N Bill kin stay out late o' sights Till ntne clock, or ten. But let me stay till half-past eight *N sompthin' happens, then! "*N you 1st ought to see Bill's clothes, All tored up into bits. But If mine's tared a little mite My ma ist gives me fits. Tis, orfuns hav a snap, fer sure- Still, when 1 come to think -About not havin" any ma, I kind o' haf to wink. To keep the tears from comln' out. Fer ma is awful kind, *N treats me nice an' lovin*. too, Ist 'cept when I don't mind She gives me pie and cake 'tween meals, 'N helps me make m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 March 1897

*. ir THE FARMING WORLD. DAIRY COW RATION. Borne Valuable Hints Furnished by Prof. W. A. Henry. A correspondent of Breeders' Gazette asks some one to formulate a ration for liis dairy cow. says: Fo rough nes I-have enough shredded corn-fod de to give one feed a day and aJfaJfa a sorghu hay for the other feed. or grain, old-process oil meal at $20 per ton, wheat bran at seven dollars and corn at 13 cents per bushel. I prefer to feed corn with the husks on, depend in on hogs to clean up the waste, as I allow to work over the manure before hauling to the field. 1 am mak in butter at 20 cents per pound and a the most economical production. Prof. \V. A. Henry replies as fo'lows: Our correspondent can present a most excellent bill of fare to his '.tows, and with the feeds at the prices named can still make a good living in selling butter at 20 cents per pound, pro vided everything is well managed and he has good cows. Do not think ...t us in oil meal at the price named, lor it is much the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 March 1897

or a •mf-j FW* ^'t&i *0ttuq?gt ^gp^^fxn^sm Have we not had Minnesota weather? Rev. R, K. Fjellstad will preach at Granite Falls and also at a neighboring church next Sunday. Lewis Christoferson and Miss Bertha Walby, who were mar ried lately by Justice Otterness, at Willmar, are old-timeand high ly respected Arctanderites, and their many friends and relatives here wish them a happy voyage. They have settled down house keeping at Willmar. Swen G. Swenson became tired of being alone on Nor in's farm at Colfax, and se cured Miss Guri Hande as house keeper. Miss Ida Walby was up from Willmar lately and acted as bridesmaid. Miss Alma Otterness tooka va cation from her studies at the Seminary and visited at her home, but was snow bound for several days. Christen Otterness of Dovre visited with B. O. Otterness late ly. Swen G. Swenson and Miss Guri Hande, two of our best known and most respected young people, were united in marriage by Rev. Fjelstad at the residence of the brides.' par...

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