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

II fr •$ ~i-f~ff*(f* WILLMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY O N S O N & LAWSON. TICTOR E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHKSON, Special Editorial Contributor. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF KANDIYOHI 0 0. ADVERTISEMENTS.—Display ad's Inscr. tod for 15 cents per inch per week. Liberal discounts when taken 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 i»* legal notices. The WiiiLMAR TMIBUNK has a larger con oral circulation in Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription books are open for inspection to advertisers. SUBSCRIPTION price, if paid before end offlrstyear. SI.00a year: if delinquent long er, $1.2o a year wi 11 be charged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, pithy articles on questions of general nter est are thankfully received, when the name o. the writer is made known to the editors. Regular news correspondents w...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 March 1897

BOTH (aEj J\ FOR ^36 WEI NOTICEJ CUT RIGHT IN TWO. LITCHFIELD, MINN. HE.iRY KLAUSER, PROP. A O E N E N E W O N O N A I O as a a on hand a stock of seasonable goods also a full line of a from selections of any kind of goodsgcan be furnished on«short notice. I S I E S A E LOW W O A N S I UT (THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION) •3 A N THE WLL1IM W bOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.65! Six Months, 85c. Three Months, 45c. he N W is the a metropolitan paper published in the it S a A a and fair to every body. Agains and all monopolies and for che people first, last and all the time. Brilliant illustrations. Stories by great authors in number Splendi reading for and other special a of unusual interest. he Worl three a week. Eightee a a week 156 papers a year. Don't fail to take advan tag of this grand offer. Fo further particulars a THE WILLMAR TRIBUNE, Gilger Block. Willmar, Minnesota. What? CUSTOM WORK. JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES: Roll Carding, per pound Spinning Single Yarn, per pound O Stocking Yarn, 2 or 3 ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 March 1897

i& ••MUST QIT BACK/' been In town a month or Come here expectln' I might stay "*out all my days with little Sue— An* even ylt, perhaps, I may. she hangs 'round my neck so tight That, though I know I orter pack. can't raise the spunk to say to-night: "I must git back." make it pleasant fur me here, Sue an' her husband, I must own. An* sencc ma's gone, it would appear I'm better off than I'd be home. .But I dunno to settle down I some way can't .iist yit the Knack. A n' now, 'fore winter gits aroun' I must git back. It seems ungrateful like, I know: Fur when I come—the very night— he things she'd brought from Cedar row Wa the first things to meet my sight. ""See, dad," she cried, 'tis just the same— Your slippers, pipe, and chair and sack." •Why, sir, the thought that minute came: "I must git back." Why, bless your soul, this ain't no place Pur an old chap us rough as me There ain't enough of r.ir or space Or elbow-room—fur's I can see. Why, I have watched the sky through all This...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 March 1897

k1* 1" iv St. Paul, March 15.—Civil service in an emasculated form, as resurrected in the senate on Saturday. Senator Ozmun's civil service bill was referred back to him with so many objections that it as supposed to be dead, but he came up smiling with an amended bill and passed it with only three nega tive votes. Th most important amend was one making it non-applica ble to cities of 15,000 or less population. Thi only leaves it applicable to four cities in the state and the country sen ators were willing1 to support it so long as it did not apply to their locali ties. avoid too strong opposition in the large cities, the bill was amended so that it applies to but few o.-Vicials outside of the police and firemen. No the bill must run the gauntlet of the house, aud as that body is not desper ately strong on civil service, it may yet go to the boneyard. Senator Potter is evidently of the opinion that existing national and state a do not give thu colored man suffi cient protection, and...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 23 March 1897

A 9 %&* CLIMATIC EXTREMES. *~ARTS OF THE COUNTRY WITH ONE PECULIARITY OR ANOTHER. *t.« Yellowstone Ha the Greatest Range of Temperature—teath Valley the Hot-. test Place— W re I Rains Every Day. Over the Hill Fro Winte to Summer. I Lave run about the United States a food deal for the last 30 years and have made memory notes of such climatic peculiarities as have come under my ob servation. The place having the widest range of temperature of any with which I am familiar is Fort Keogh, in the Yellow stone valley. Not infrequently in the winter the mercury tumbles down to 50 decrees below zero, and it has been known in summer to climb up to 120 degrees above. Here is an extreme range of 170 degrees, and yet people manage to live very comfortably there the year round. In the early summer the grass on the plains and hills turns brown and yellow, and all green vanishes from the wide landscape except where a fringe of cottonwood trees skirts a water course. It is a peculiarity of the e...

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 March 1897

I •J. '.- Vol. 3 Real Estate Transfers. Lake Lillian.—Mar. 23, T.F.Koch to N.J. Walen. nei Dwf4.Sec.il $ St. P. M. & M. Ry to do. nwJ4 nw»4 Sec. 11... Anna Tinpelof Hanson to do,, sV3 sw!.t, Section 'i P, A. Anderson to do.. 80 a.. Sec. 2. Holland Mar 26. Gust. J. Ander son to L. O, Thorpe, nwJ%, Sec. 5 Fahlun— March 24—Edward Hogun to Erick Knutson, lots 6 and 11 or lot 5. Sec. 33 Whitofield March 27 Chas. S. Johnson to John J.Swenson. e!i seJi and neJ4 swfi. Sees. 14 and 13 Mar. 27 John J. Swenson to An ders Johnson, strips rods n.side neJi se1!, Sec. 14 Mar. 29 Geo. M. Eddy to P. P. Eddy ne)£.sw!4 nw'iSec. 17 New London J. Lundell to Mason W. Snieer, lot 4 of lot 2. s. 23. 2.67 a... Harrison Mar. 29 W. F. Gratz to F. \V. v.ratz. nv2 nwf4. Sec. 13 Village of Willmar Mar. 27. As l,i O. Nasset to Lars Moline and Lewis Moline. lots 8, 9 and 10 High land addition Village of New London Mar. 29 t\ ('. Field to J. H. Neer, lot 3. blk 1 -5*L EVERYBODY IS'ADMIRING the high degree of pe...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 March 1897

1P $~ n» It *R LyA-f •A £//w#r Wribnnc. JOHNSON & LAWSON, Publishers, WILLMAR~ MINN. THE Michigan legislature has passed a sugar bounty bill with a string to it. The law authorizes the payment of a tent a pound on beet sugar on condi tion that the manufacturer pays the farmer $4 a ton for the beets. THE late Mrs. Mary Johnson, of New York city, was a very philanthropic woman, and her will, which has just been filed in that city, leaves almost her entire estate of $550,000 to Catholic institutions and to the clergy. Ax architect who has compared the plans of the art palace at the Paris ex position of 1900 with those of the Co lumbian exposition in 1893, finds the French structure inferior to the Amer ican in nearly every particular. And yet of all the buildings to be found at the World's fair the art palace is the one in which France might be expect ed to excel. A POLISH chemist named Eisenberg is said to have invented an anesthetic which volati/es rapidly on exposure to the air,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 March 1897

1 •t I l& SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting NoteB From the Ocean. Across HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Events that Have Occarred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Past. SWEDEN Air. Strindberg has published a new map of Spitzbergen on which several points have been named after Swedes who were connected with Andree's ex pedition. 1 he stars and stripes were proudly waving over the American legation at Stockholm on the 4th of March—in auguration day. The crown prince attended the cele bration of the 100th biithday of Kaisei Wilhelin I, at Berlin, March 22. $k volunteer sharpshooters' clubs of Sweden have never been in better con dition than at present. Seventy-three new clubs rjoined the national in 1896, and the total membership »at the close of the year was 20,816. The number shots fired at competitive shooting matches was 2,181,520 and of the med als awarded 135 were of gold, 453 of bronze, and 1/J7G of bronze. The gov ernment loaned out 5,9...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 March 1897

8. T*r WILLMAR TRIBUNE, PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA,. BY O N S O N & LAWSON. VICTOR E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Speeial 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 left standing-. Local reading notices will be inserted for 5 cents per line each week. Write fortermsfor the publication o* legal notices. The WlliLMAB TBIBUNE has a larger sen. 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. $1.00a year: if delinquent long er, $1.2o a year will be charged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, Jithy 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...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 March 1897

*U j-y,M~:'fi::--- r.i-. '"•"'',' v',::v BOTH rar^^l FOR WEI NOTICE! CUT RIGHT IN TWO. Litchfield Woolen Mills, LITCHFIELD, MINN. IiEiMRY KLAUSER, PRP. A. BROGREN, THE NEW LONDON TAILOR. Has always on hand a-selected stock of seasonable goods, also ajfull hue of samples from which selections of any kind of goodsjcan be furnished omshort notice. HIS PRICES ARE LOW. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED QUAM & 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, ETC., ETC. Also dealer•in Cigars, Tobacco,. Con fectionery, fruit and Temperance Goods. Allfirstclass, prices way down. Repairing a Specialty. All work —Guaranteed.— E. JOHNSON, (Successor to F. F. Nelson) WATCHM/KER & JEWELER. Give Our Store a Trial and we guarantee you satisfaction. 'V'"'"'' ', ''*?'*i%'' ''.•":••'..•'• 5:%"'*':^v^V- f^ ..,:/ •-"-'.vK^ (THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION) •SH A N BTI bOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.65! Six...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 March 1897

¥r 1 ,* 3? BIRDS. *t n«ver strike you, ladles, .—J*5 your plume-tipped hats you buy, That for each one of those feathers Some maimed bird has had to die? That for every spray-tipped bonnet That BO heedlessly you wear, That, by fashion's laws coerced. In an act of cruel slaughter In effect you've had a share? You may plead you didn't know it, You've unwittingly offended. Have but thoughtless been at worst But, oh, surely now we tell you What this feather craze implies, It no longer will find favor As it now does in your eyes. Then your ears, we beg you, ladies, To this prayer of ours incline, And forthwith against a fashion That is barbarous combine. Tes, speak out, as you are women, And the welcome news impart— Birds no longer shall be butchered That your bonnets may be smart! —London Truth. CAPTAIN CLOSE CAPTAIN CHARLE S KING. ICopyright, 1894, by J. B. Lippincott Co.] O N I N E Th effect of this unexpected tirade as remarkable. Th knot of civilir.u listeners, had come to get such ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 March 1897

fk, flf I* 0 (?%. THE LEGISLATIVE. A re in W in Order. Coulpy Letters Giving In Detail the More Important Work of the Senate and House of Repre sentatives. St. Paul, March 22.—Saturday as not a strong1 day in the senate for ac complishing results. bills were passed of general interest—one allow in newspapers to charge for publish in the heading and foot of tax lists, which heretofore have been printed free, and one allowing the state board of equalization to increase but forbid ding them to decrease assessments. Property owners a their as sessmen reduced can no longer appeal to the state board, if this bill goes through the house and becomes a law, but must abide by the decision of the county officers. The bill providing for a state highway commission with a view of improving the roads elicited a long debate, but no result was reached Four bills were introduced, one of which authorizes the use of automatic voting machines at elections. It will be a case, if adopted, where the voter ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 30 March 1897

IK""' .,. 1 i1 Burbauk There seems to be more de mand for the noble horse this spring than for many years pre vious. Can it be possible that the horse is coming back to fill the place so long left vacant by him? It cannot be so, but the demand must be due to the fact that horses have not been raised in large numbers for some years past. Emil Thorn, of West Lake, has rented the farm formerly belong ing to Mrs. J. J. Johnson, of Col fax, and will move upon the same as soon as circumstances will permit. It is understood that Mr. Thompson and family will move, in the near future, toward the border line between Dakota and Minnesota, where they will make their home in the future. We predict good success to one and all who may move into this locality. Mrs. 0. A. Green sold a team of horses, lasi week, to Emil Thorn, of West Lake. J. Andrews, of New London, also invested in a fine team of horses, which he will use upon his South Dakota farm this summer. Miss Cora Swihart, of New London, wil...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 April 1897

i! -.1/ I £i WITH SUPPLEMENT. Vol.3. wMammB3mammi OU GRAN OPENING «:OFg- Jacket Capes, )Miti Mirth O S Friday, April 9, 1897. ROISE & QVALE. %f0Siimt:mw EVERYBODY IS-ADMIRING the high degree of perfection now reached by the tailoring masters of the world—the mmic MAKE OP SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING tells a matchless story of tailoring supremacy—it only emphasizes and glorifies the recordof this famous apparel for "HONESTY INSIDE AS WELL AS OUTSIDE" and a guarantee if you want it. THAT'S OUR WAYI Or Money Refunded. Your patronage is respectfully solicited. No matter whether you live in town or fifty miles away, our methods make it easy and safe for you to deal with us and that we can make it profitable for you, as well, we sin cerely believe. Our stock of Hats, Furnishings and Shoes is Large, all in the Latest Designs and Prices the Lowest. The Boston CLOTHING HOUSE, D. WOLPERT, Proirjeitor, Gilger Block. Willmar, Minnelota. ROTSE CITY ELECTION. ALDERMEN, FIRST WARD. A. O. Nasset ...

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

•rfL Ik It Hj| &• ribune. JOHNSO N & LAWSOX Publishers WILLMAR~ I N N ROSCO E CONKLIN O E E son of ex Senator Blanche K. Bruce, of Missis sippi, is a student at Phillips, Exeter, and made a striking1 impression in the chapel the other day by his rendering1 of Blaine's oration on Garfield. E I N N I NG with May 1 all of the to clocks of Belgiu will have faces. N such division as a. m. and p. m. will be required anywhere in Belgium, after the date named, to indicate to the inquiring mind whether he hour is before or after meridian, because all public clocks are to have twenty-fou numbers on them instead of twelve. E inaugural parade at the Grant dedication in N York on April 27 will probably be the most im posing military display since the grand review in Washington at the close of the war. Eigh full regiments of the regular army and the entire militia of N York state are to take part in it besides many military organizations from other states. E queen of Holland objects to be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 April 1897

A At SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From Across the Ocean. *, HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. .principal Events that Hare Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Past. SWEDEN. The executive committee of the 1. O. J. T. has resolved that no Good Temp lar can belong to the new Swedish or der "Verdandi" because the latter "was started for the purpose of antag onizing the Good Templars." A man in the far north recently had to face the charge of having kept a pig that does not see, the number of counts being no less than 79, and he was fined in the sum of §585.90 The bath rooms which were opened up in the Katarina public school in Stockholm a year ago, have proven a great success Eighty-six per cent of the children in attendance have taken monthly baths, and the total number of baths served during the year was 20,362. A woman in Stockholm put her coffee pot on a gasoline stove and lay down on a lounge to take a rest. When the pot had been boiling lon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 April 1897

:-#tmZ ^^.-:r'N f—'*"1!'.*?vr"T :"i':'- ''''-.''-^'-:/^ ^y?"":. \v.:"''' ,^^ '-."•''K'''£''*v rp •aSMti WILLMA TRIBUNE fcrj^ S PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY JOHNSO N & LAWSON. VICTOR E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager. CHRISTIAN 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 reading1 notices will be inserted for 5 cents per line each week. Write for terms for the publication i»f legal notices. The WiMiMAR TRIBUNE has a larger sen. 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, $1.00a year: if delinquent long er, $1.35 a year will be charged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, jithy articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully received, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 April 1897

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 SEEDS TIE ST. PAUL WEEKLY GLOBE Has nia.dc a contract with the leading seed house of St. Paul whereby it can make the most liberal offer ever made by a. newspaper. More than TWO DOLLARS' WORTH OF SEEDS ABSOLUTELY OIVEN AWAY With a year's subscription to the WBBKXY GLOBE. Nine se lections to choose from, some having a collection of more than 20 varieties of garden and flower seeds. Yearly subscription, One Dol lar, and the Seeds Free—post paid. Send for sample copy con taining price list and catalogue. Address I THE GLOBE CO., ST. PAUL, MINN. farm,Slock&Home MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Published 1st and 15th of every month. 16 to 24 pageseach issue. 6 0 CENTS ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 April 1897

INTERRUPTED. have sat for an hour at my table. And tried to get on with my work {There's a poem to finish—a fable About the unspeakable Turk. I ought to be pat to the minute, A fortunate mixture of fun, IrVlth a spice of the serious in it— But I can't get it done. My thoughts are all thronging and fighting, I feel them at work in my brain, But as soon as I want to be writing Them down they are vanished again Oone— hidden, like mites in a Stilton Or needles in trusses of hay I wonder if Shakespeare or Milton Were bothered that way? Oh, for one ray of light to illumine The fancy and warm it to life! Just a chat with a friend, and the gloom in My heart would be gone. As the fife Urges on the young soldier to battle When he would be skulking, or worse, 60 Jones' agreeable rattle Compels me to verse. ^There's a footstep! I wonder, now, is It The postman, a client, a dun. Or some fool come to pay me a visit, Just when I had fairly begun! •Tis my door he is thumping on, drat it! 1 suppose ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 April 1897

», THE LEGISLATURE. This Session is Rapidly Drawing: to a Close. All Bills Have Been Presented. The mem bers Can Now Devote Their Time to Committee Work and the Calender. St. Paul, March 29.—The house (the senate not being in session) furnished quite a war episode on Saturday. One of the somewhat famous bills of the session has been the one appropriating a sum of money to enable the survivors of the First Minnesota to attend the dedication of a monument to their fallen comrades at Gettysburg, Pa., July. Bills were introduced in both branches appropriating $10,000 and the house the bill for that sum the senate cut the appropriation to $5,000 and passed ID that shape. The house had the senate bill under consid eration Saturday. In the original bill, JiH'ge Win. Lochren was named as one ci three commissioners to disburse the appropriation, but the committee on military affairs had stricken Locnren's name from the bill and substituted Adjutant General Muehlberg. Th ground given as that ...

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