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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 March 1897

KILLED BY TRAIN. A Man Killed on the Track This Side of Kerk hoven Last Friday. The crew on tlie eastbound passen ger train last Friday reported that a man was found dead near the track some distance east of Kerkoven, hav ing evidently been struck and killed by the westbound passenger. Our cor respondent at Kerkhoven sends the following: •'A German by the name of Osvold Kuhn was killed by the westbound passenger train last Friday. The Board of Town of Pillsbury have charge of the remains and will bury him if no relatives to the deceased are found." The Church Opera Company. The Ed. A. Church Metropolitan Opera Company is filling a week's engagement at the Willmar opera house, beginning last night, and in eluding a matinee Saturday after noon. A different play will be put on each evening, thus providing a solid week of entertainment for the play loving people of Willmar, They ap peared last night in "Our Strate gists," which was thoroughly enjoyed by a large and enthusiastic audience...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 March 1897

THERE are in the United States 110 apiarian societies, eight journals de voted to bee culture, 15 steam facto ries kept constantly manufacturing1 materials for the 300,000 bee eultur ists, and the annual product of honey in the United States is 63,894,186 pounds. THE yearly consumption of sugar in the United States is about .2,000,000 tons, or 4,000,000,000 pounds, which is equivalent to about 60 pounds for every man, woman and child in the country. The quantity of salt consumed is about 1,900,000 tons, or 2,003,000 pounds less than the weight of the sugar used. MCKINLEY is the first president to have a "Mc" to his name. It is a sing ular fact, considering the prominence of the Scotch and Irish blood among the American people, that not a single "Mc" has served as president, vice president or speaker. Several "Macs," however, have served in the cabinet. A FINNISH college was recently es tablished in Hancock, Mich., under the auspices of the American Synod of the Finnish Evangelical L...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 March 1897

"ft, £, *inue forever the rock of safety upon which -our government securely rests. Opposition to Trusts "One of the lessons taught by the late •election, which all can rejoice in, is that the citizens of the United States are both law-respecting and law-abiding people, not easil\ swerved from the path of patriotism and honor. This is in entire accord with the genius of our institutions, and but em phasizes the advantages of inculcating evei. a greater love for law and order in then futuie Immunity should be granted 'to who violate the laws, whether in dividuals, corporations, or communities: and as the constitution imposes upon the piesident the duty of both its own execu tion and of the statutes enacted in pur suance of its pr isions. I shall endeavor •carefully to carrv them into effect. The fcLi- JAMES A. GARY, Postmaster-General declaration of the party now restored to pow er, has been in the past that of 'oppo sition to all combinations of capital organ ized in trusts or other...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 March 1897

5»* hk* 'h. fyt$L1 WILLMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY O N S O N & LAWSON. VICTOR E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, L| Special Editorial Contributor. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF KANDIYOHI CO. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Display ad's inser. ted for 15 cents per inch per week. Liberal discounts when takep in large quantities or when leftstanding. Local reading' notices will be inserted for 5 cents per line each o* legal notices. The WILLMAR TRIBUNE has a larger sen oral 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, $1.85 a year will be charged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, pithy articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully received, when the name o. the writer is made known to the editors. Regular news correspondents wanted in every locality not already represe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 March 1897

rirC WEtllR TRfiHfflB.' u..f w*± 'C'M PUBLISHED BVKRY TUESDAY AT ILLMAR, MINl^ESOTA, JOHNSON & .tents** -$H LAWSON. '. TICT0BE. LAW80N Editor and Business Ifimager. ,C*Bl8TIAtf JOHNSON, .£| Special Editorial Contributor. OrfMSH IEWSPAPER OF KANDIYOHI GO. ADVEBTISBMENTS.-DlspUy ad's Inser. ^BKrar IS oenta per inoh per week. Liberal ^araojnifits when,tal{ep in large quantltlesor v/A,wb»ni0ftfetanding. Jjooal reading notices wJUvbjB Inserted for S cents per line each weelt: Write for terms for the publication |egai notices. ^e^WruuiABTBiBUinchas a larger pen. ^,,v.eral circulation In Kandiyohi county tban iS"*i»y* -other newspaper. Our subscription DOQkiare open for inspection to advertisers. #DB80BIPTION price, if paid before end offirstyear, Sl.OOa year: If delinquent long er,jil.2Sa year will oecharged. %& f&NTBIBUTIONS of news items or short, -SffifLtfcj articles on questions of general inter mpm'-**b~*Te thankfully received, when the name e^tixfo.-she writer is made,kn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 March 1897

t* CUT RIGHT IN TWO. 1 HI S$* £•$£*' NOTICE! What? CUSTOM WORK. JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES: Roll Carding, per pound 0 Spinning Single Yarn, r per poun^..f I O Stocking Yarn, O 2 or 3 ply, per pound .^o 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 RODLUND & JOHNSON, Willmar, or writf 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 a^full line of samples from which selections of any kind of goodsjcan be furnished on'short notice. HIS PRICES ARE LOW. WORKMANSHIP GUARAXTE1 UAM & JOHNSON, NEW LONDON, MINN We wish to announce that we are jn-t opening up business with a full line of GKOL'EKILS. CLOCKS, WATi HLS. JEWELRY, FANC* GOODS, STATIONERY, E I ETC. Also dealer in Cigars, Tobacco, Con fectionery, fruit and Temperance Goods. All first class, prices way down. R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 March 1897

\cP&- HSa eyes, perchance, will read the stars. And search their unknown ways, Perchance the human heart and soul Will open to their gaze: Perchance their keen and flashing glance Will be a nation light— Thos eyes that now are wistful bent On some "big fellow's" kite "Those hands—those little, busy hands— So sticky, small and brown Thos hands whose only mission seems To pull all order down Wh knows what hidden strength may be Hidden in their clasp, Thoug now 'tis but a taffy stick In sturdy hold they grasp? -Ah, blessings on those little hands. Whose work Is yet undone. And blessings on those little feet. Whose race is yet unrun' And blessings on the little brain That has not learned to plan! Whate'er the future holds in store, God bless the "coming man —Somerville Journal. CAPTAIN CLOSE CAPTAIN A E S KING. 4.Cbpynght, 1S94, by J. Lippincott Co.] O N I N E *Th.is," said Lambert to himself, "is .possibly one of the scrub oaks. I as me he doesn't imagine me to be an •officer, and,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 March 1897

:fMi &*' ml. y^w^Jr ^•"i THE LEGISLATURE. Both Bodies Are in Good Working Order. Goeaipy tetter* GiTlna In Detail the More Important Work of the Senate mnd House of Repre-. aetatatiTea. St. Paul, March 2.—When the senate yesterday afternoon only a bare quoru as present. N attempt -was made to pass bills, but the senate went at once into committee of the whole to discuss pending' measures. Amon the bills recommended to pass as one de claring' that SO pounds make a bushel of coal, 2.000 pounds a ton, and 138 cubic feet a cord of wood. Another recommended to pass loans the perma nent school fund to country districts to erect school houses, and for other pur poses. A bill, which as sharply con tested, awards the printing of the su preme court reporter to Frank Du fresne at 51.50 per volume, instead of the West Publishing com pan v, a been charging $2. ^'o decision as reached. Th senate decided to proceed with the investigation of Labor Commis sioner Powers, if it takes all summer. T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 March 1897

WE AREW Kandiyohi. George Norman who is attending the Seminary was home Saturday. Miss Kho. Harris visited friends here this week and took in the Literary Society Friday evening. John Christenson our creamery man has sent in his resignation. The alleged cause being rheumatism. We fear this place will be hard to fill. To the Green Lake correspondent. Yes, we have a hornet in this town. It is the same one that flew over the line and stung your woodpile. Thi-ee aspirants for our post-office. All good men, tried and true republic ans. Whichever one Mark Hanna rewards with the position, we will all bow our heads in meek submission to his august will. The Harrison Debating Club has accepted the challenge of the Kandi yohi Club. The question decided up on is: "Resolved that the beauties of nature surpass the beauties of art." The date of the contest has not been fixed. We wish every voter in this State should read the excellent article in the "Kandiyohi Teacher" by B. S. Covell, on the pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 March 1897

6 6 Spring Dress Goods. Our purchase for this season is now complete in this department. Every king- new and in accordance with the details of fashion are here. The best and choicest productions of the Looms of Europe and America of every recognized seasonable color and texture, from the multi colored mixtures to the most sombre shades. AH are here and at the low prices for which this store getting1 famous. Domestic Department. A Lot of Fine Figured Art Demins at, per yard..." 20 and 25c Standard Dress Prints, per yard 3 and 4 Rubbers at Cut Prices for AH the Boston Saturday, March 20th. Ladies' Boston Nice. Light. Plain Rubbers, sizes 2i to 6, regular price 50c. our special price, per pair T. 3 7 Misses' Boston Rubbers. Spring Heel, sizes 11 to 2. regular price 35c. our special price, per pair 2 5 Boys' Boston Rubbers, sizes 3 to 6. regular price 55c. our special price, per pair 4 Men's Self-Acting Rubbers. regular price 75c. our special price, per pair 5 7 PETERSON, LARSON & W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 March 1897

M,y ribnne. JOHNSON & LAWSO.V, Publishers MINN. A STRANGE and startling incident is reported from Forsyth county, Geor gia. Recently a man died, and two of his neighbors volunteered to sit up •with the corpse. During the night both were taken sick and died within 24 hours. All three were buried from the same house. JULIAN now has seven studios in Paris for women art students, of which the chief is still the one in the Passage des Panoramas, which Marie Bashkirt seff attended. Many of the pupils are chaperoned to and from the studios, but many of the English and American girls go unattended. REV. CHARLES E. STOWE had this to say with regard to the proposal to erect a monument to his mother by public subscription: "No more useless or unsightly way of wasting money, generally speaking, is known to man than that which finds expression in the statue nuisance." IN the preface to his new book which assails the Newtonian theory of grav itation, Dr. Stephen H. Emmens said that he was pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 March 1897

ts 1APPEOGS IN THE FATHERLAND. •Principal Events that Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Jast Past. SWEDEN. August Strindberg, the popular au thor, will publish a collection of mis cellaneous writings next spring1. The 400th birthday of Filip Melanch "thon, Feb. 16, was fittingly commemor ated in many cities in Sweden. The surplus of the festival at the university of Upsala is to go to a fund for the erec tion of a monument to Olaus Petri, the Swedish reformer. A certain Stockholm papa was greatly offended because his boy was •not promoted to the next class, and he appealed to the city school board. But the board sustained the action of the teacher, and papa braced up once more and brought his grievance before the king. But even the king was to be on the side of the teacher, and papa must have come to the conclusion that his boy may not be so awfully bright after all. A large celluloso factory at Hede mora was destroyed by fiie. The loss is no...

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

WILLMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY O N S O N & A W S O N TICTOB E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager, CHRI8TIAN JOHNSON, Special Editorial Contributor, OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF KANDIYOHI CO. ADVERTISEMENTS.—Display ad's inser. ted for 15 cents per inch per week. Liberal discounts when taken in large quantities or when leftstanding'. Local reading notices will bo inserted for 5 cents per line each week. Write lor terms for the publication legal notices. The WILLMAB TRIBUNE has a larger ecn. 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 flrstyear. $1.00a year: if delinquent long er, $1.85 a year will be charged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short. t)lthy articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully received, when the name o. ihe writer is made known to the editors. Regular news correspondents wanted in every localit...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 March 1897

BOTH FOR fM' NOTICE! CUT RIGHT IN TWO. THE PRICES OF Litchfield Woolen Mills, LITCHFIELD, MINN. HE^RY KLAUSER, PROP. P. A. BROGREN, THE NEW LONDON TAILOR. Has always on hand a-selected stock of seasonable goods,also aiull line of samples from which selections of any kind of goodsjcan be furnished on»short notice. HIS .PRICES ARE^LOW. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED QUAM & JOHNSON, ji £&- %'*%*/%/%'%*'%/v%/%%*/%/%/%*/%/%/%*/%/%/%/%/%*/%%'%,i (THR1CE-A-WEEK EDITION) •3 A N 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. All work —Guaranteed.— E. JOHNSON, (Successor to F. P. Nelson) WATCHM KER & JEWELER. (Jive Oar Store a Trial and we guarantee you satisfaction. IIII BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.65! Six Months, 85c. Three Months, 45c. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 March 1897

ft SONG. Bad I the sold to please thee And stocks and bonds and ttaafi, then might dare to woo thee. And offer thee my name But since I am a poor lad. And you a lady great, I still must go my own way. And learn to honor fate. Thy lot is far above me, In beauty's ranks to shine To dazzle in the shimmer Of jewels, light and wine reap the songs of poets, To win a prince's heart, To raise the welcome plaudits In no ignoble part. *Tis mine to follow labor. From rise to set of sun *To see the goal forever Of no ambition won. To look upon thee passing, As those who dream bright dreams, And And when they awaken But icy fields and streams. Farewell to idle visions, And welcome little cot An let the rose of glory Forever be forgot. A health to those around me, Whose hearts are plain and true. And in the cup of plenty. To all vain dreams adieu. —Jons Von Linden, in Chicago Record. CAPTAIN CLOSE CAPTAIN A E S KING .{Copyright, 1894, by J. B. Lippmcott Co.] I I I O N I N E Lambert looked squarel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 March 1897

wM^~ & m. THE FARMING WORLD. VALUABLE TESTS. E a is he Valu of Milk at in Chees a in The relation of milk fat to yield of fclieese and the consequent value of milk 'V\t as a basis in paying for milk for cheesemaking, is the subject of Bulle tin 110 of the New York experimental station at Geneva, N. Y. The contents are based upon the results secured by making analysis of the milk of 50 herds of cows, whose milk was taken to a cheese factory. The work covered an entire cheese making- season of six months, from May^to October. It is shown that in general the cheese yield is somewhat greater for a pound of fat in poor milk than in rich milk. For ex ample, comparing two milks contain ing respectively three and four per cent. of fat, the former makes 2.83 pounds of cheese for each pound of milk fat, while the latter makes 0.25 pound less or 2.60 pounds of cheese for one pound of fat. It is shown that this difference in favor of cheese yield for fat in poor milk is only an apparent one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 March 1897

5s» *8 .r 41? v-. Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. OUR NIGHT BELL will always sum mon prompt and willing service when there is serious illness and necessity for prompt relief. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR NIGHT CALLS. I simply ask for that kindly feeling on your part that gives me your DAY patronage. A. E. Mossberg, I S East Lake Lillian. There is more than 2i feet of SDOW on the level. Unthreshed grain, of which there is a great deal in this town, will suffer great damage and an early threshing of the same is now-out of question. C. Rosenmaier has closed his term of school in District 81. I. Aspass is contemplating a trip to Denmark in the near future. According to the amount of ice cut and hauled from Lake Lillian and put up by our creameries and for private use from far and near, it appeared to your correspondent that it might be the means of draining the lake, but there is precious little-danger of such a thing at this writing. Our creamery is runn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 March 1897

y- *?. LOCA BREVITIES E. McOalip, of St. Cloud, was in the city yesterday. W M. Law, of Barrett, Minn., was in town Monday. J. J. Ekander was in the cities on business last week. Business on the Great Northern has been improving lately. A party of Great Northern officials passed through here Monday. Chas. H. Hanson, of Atwater, was in town on business last week. Don't forget the entertainment at the Seminary Friday evening. Jerry Leary has returned from St. Paul, where he went with stock. Harry Kelley, of Oakville, S. D., was in the city one day last week. J. E. DeGroot, of Chicago, stopped with Landlord Beck one day last week. John Greenfield, of Clara City, was in town on business one day the past week. N. E. Anderson, of Lake Lillian, was in town on business one day last week. Highest market prices will be paid for cattle and hides at the Home Meat Market. Rev. Blomgren has been on the sick list for some days past, but is now re covering. Come and hear Prof. Fremstad at the enter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 March 1897

l/v? ft! I ay* ST. fe N O a single ship bearing the United State flag passed through the Suez canal last year, according to the report of the consul at Cairo, although the traffic aggregated nearly $10,000,000. Two-thirds of the vessels using he a a were British. E number of persons in the United Kingdo of Great Britain and Ireland use Gaelic as their native lan guage, though constantly decreasing, is much larger than is commonly sup posed. It includes 660,000 in Ireland, 350,000 in Wales and 230,000 in Scot land. Man is the only animal that has a real nose or chin Horses have faces that are all nose, swine have snouts, and elephants trunks lions have vast smelling organs but none of anything that can be separated from their faces and called a nose. I is even more true of the chin, is particularly human. E island on whicli the Eddyston lighthouse stands lies nine miles off the Cornish coast, and is supposed to be the smallest inhabited island on the globe. A water it is 30 feet in d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 March 1897

SCANDINAVIAN NEWS "Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. HAPPENI5GS E THE FATHERLA5D. ^Principal Events at Have Occurred la he Old Countries About the North Sea. Within a Week or So Just Past. SWEDEN. F. H. Schlytern holds a promi position in he mail service of Sweden as been appointed to repre his at he in a a postal congress in W a in to as Mankell for a series of a the liberal a in Sweden died in Stockhol at he a$re of 69 a he sacrifices he a a leader a for he cause of his dis a people shall never be forgot ten, will not be ap preciate until he history of he suffrage is it it the pen of he victors. he old, a a on account of his sacrifices as subjected to infinite scorn by his adversaries he bore in manfull and cheerfully, in at he as a in a noble a by defend ing- the vital interests of re of a of his a at he staked he best a of himself in the struggle."' he czar of Russia is us a days. Fridtjof N a applied to for permission to a me a in a N a discovered in Siberia after in Osc...

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