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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 April 1897

I 5 I ftrpbaf pfarjo organs Capt. Olson, of the Salvation Army, left for Yankton last Thursday. I.C.OLSON'S, PERSONAL MENTION. Mat. Danielson, of Atwater. was in town last Friday. Nick Anderson, of Fahlun was in the city Saturday. R. H. Brown, of Minneapolis, was in the city Saturday. Laur a Johnson came down from Browns Valley last Friday. Solon Benton, of New London, did business in town last Wednesday. C. J. Paulson, of Grove City, was in town on business one day last week. Miss Emma Olson departed last week for her home in Lake Elizabath. F. A. Bryant, of Redwood Falls, was in the cijy on business last Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Stensrud, of Fosston, were in the city a couple days last week. Editor Co veil, of the Atwater Rep ublican, did business in Willmar last Saturday. J. R. McLean and wife, of Cassel ton, N. D., registered with landlord Beck last week. Willttiar, Minnesota. *W*iii'WNA(NV*i'N/** Miss Christine Olson, of Lake Eliz abeth, is spending a few days in the city vi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 April 1897

rs ft 700 Pairs of ta4ies% Misses' and Children's Shoes! Just Received Direct from the Factory, In a Heel and Spring Tan and the same in a Fine Kid, Patent Tip. Our Prices on these No. 1 Articles are simply astonishing 7 xft d0 ftft We re selling them from. *J[i W Shoes sold at other places for from 82.00-and $2.25. A Conductor ©ill Shannon was in the city Monday. Yardmaster, G. S. Hutchins visited the cities JJunday. Switchman Barlow sprained' his -ankle Saturday night. ,\ Frank Rich is doing the switching 'acff in the yards for a few days. Chas. F. Hardy, transfer clerk here, "pafd a visit to-*he cities Friday. Russel Farr, formerlyfi?ema^ron:the Breckenridge division, is i|^»© city. I. J. Hanson has refeumed^tfs duties as operator in the^^Bpat^^^ office here. ,,„ •'&'-*•* ^ireuian' Atfgust Swenson £s ?lowly improving-A'om.-his rece^$$ack of typhoid feverV U"v Jl&J^ Engineer Fred wJ&ii%B$?S'quite a cinohrpiayer^-lf good„ partner. .• '/*•. $ 1 7 4 canbehadherefoi'..Ml-y...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 April 1897

W^'- \"hj**- ^%wj CALICOS, newest patterns, the 7c quality GINGHAMS, newest patterns, the 12c quality.......'...-. GOOD TOWLINGS, 8c quality .X ,•„-.. CANTON FLANNELS, the 10c quality '...'".. LADIES' HOSE, fast black, per pair LADIES' FANCY SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, worth 35c,.., GENTS' FANCY COLORED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, worth 75c,., CHILDREN'S FANCY HANDKER- CHIEFS, worth 5c "THE QUAM & JOHNSON, NEW LONDON, MINN. We wish to announce that we are jast opening up business with a full line of GROCERIES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY FANCY GOODS* STATIONERY, $ O E S 9K3.V ETC. Jr*: Also dealer.In Cigars-, Tobacco, Con £\g^ectionery, fruit and Temperance Gc|)ds. All first class,, prices tts way down. Repairing a Specialty., All work —Guaranteed,— P^ii* (Successor to P. TT. kelson) s~ .WATCHMAKER &*&&$*&£^VZ*S+*£?2 Storey Trial an^W^?i? BSLi The Bazaar Is the Place to Trade atid we have the N erve and Price to Back it With! We come here to do business as business should be done, and not a...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

1 4l A *TH ^UP^L^MENT. $N/Nm -a *%, ^WASH GOODS. LOCAL BREVITIES. Nels Quam of New London was in town today. F. E. Bissel has been elected mayor of Litchfield. Martin Klevjer has taken a position in Kent's cigar factory. A brother of Mrs. C. W. Odell died at Milnor, N. D., last week. Rev. H. Blomgren conducted ser vices at Kerkhoven last Sunday. A. J. Ekander has put up a ware house back of his machine shop. Deputy Game Warden Fay is kept busy talking fish laws now-a-days. B. W. Brokaw, the optician, at Elf strum & Co.'s, April 15, 1G and 17. Olof Hartzell, of New London, was in town today, enroute for Kerkhov en. H. Clark, an employe at Cramer's barber shop, is very sick at Glarum's hotel. The Ladies' Parish Aid Society met with Miss Mame Booth last Friday afternoon. County Attorney Nordin has had his offices plastered and made other improvements. Have your failing eyesight attended to by Brokaw, the optician, at Elf strum & Co.'s, April 15, 16 and 17. The Cannon Specialty ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

*£_. if aw5 I '4 ?f ,-r If fel K^v if6? If T? lilhtmv tribune. JOHNSON & LAWSOV, Publishers. WILLMAR~ MINN. THE women are getting ahead of the anti-high-hat legislation by wearing high shell combs which look like fars on their heads. The high aigrette with its spreading feathers also is doing its luty in obstructing the view. It takes a sharp legislator to get ahead of the "women in the matter of decorations. EVERY president since the time of Washington has had some particular pet amusement and the old stagers are wondering what Mr. McKinley will develop in this line. Men who knew him well during his congression al terms can not recall any fun-loving proclivities e.\hibited by the man who is now president. A PALACE of silver is to be the most imposing feature of the Omaha Irans Mississippi exposition. The building is to be 400 feet square, surmounted with mammoth ornamental towers, and the entire structure will be cover ed with rolled silver. Over 300,000 square feet of external...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

THE LEGISLATURE. This Session is Rapidly Drawing to a Close. -All Bills Have Veen Presented. The Mem bers can Now Devote Their Time to Committee Work and the Calender. St Paul, April 5.—Saturday was a field day for talk in both houses The senate spent both forenoon and after noon in debating bills in committee of the whole and only found time to pass two bills—one relating to township treasurers and the other for a bridge in Chisafco county. The mosi protract achate in the senate was over the bill establishing a state fire marshal. he obiection to making another sala ried office caused a good deal of oppo sition, but it was finally recommended to pass The new local option bill was also a bone of contention, but received a favorable recommendation. It for bids the selling or giving away of any liquors in towns or cities which vote against license, but recognizes the liquor traffic by all6wing manufactur er in no-license towns to sell liquor anywhere they choose. The Senate bill estab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

E BOTE FOR (THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION) •5H A N HAMPENBROS., BELGRADE, MINN-, DEALERS TN- Groceries and Dry Goods. We always pay the highest mar ket price for Butter and Eggs, and sell our goods as CHEAP as any in town. Come and Try TJs. ,UI« Till BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.65! Six Months, 85c. Three Months, 45c. The New York World is the greatest metropolitan paper published in the United States. Accurate and fair to every body. Against trusts and all monopolies and for che people hrst, last and all the time. Brilliant illustrations. Stories by great authors in every number. Splendid reading for women and other special departments of unusual interest Remember The World comes three times a week. Eighteen pages a week 156 papers a year. Don't fail to take advan tage of this grand offer. For further particulars address THE WIIXMAR TRIBUNE, Gilger Block. Willmar, Minnesota. LEWIS ECKMAN, 4 DEALER IN FURNITURE AND UNDER TAKING GOODS. NEW LONDON, MINN. Having Machinery in Connection I can do a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

PAGES 9 AND 10. Vol. !t BARGAINS! O YO 700 Pairs of Ladies', Children's Shoes! Just Received Direct from the Factory, lit a Heel and Spring Tan and the same in a Fine Kid Patent Tip, Our Prices on these No. 1 Articles .ire simply astonishing 7 J0 A A we're selling them from III Shoes .sold at other places for from §2 00 and $2.25. d»1 A $ 1 7 oimba had here for.^Pi'V I. G. Freberg, of the state weighing lores a Minneapolis, who has been -visiting his family a visit, returned to the city Friday. Martin -Mikelson, who has been tak ing music lesson with his uncle, An dtS Nilson^ left for his home in Cblfax^last Monday. l&i&P#P^ n* paint y*feEUstjfttm p£.M\JU WILLMAR SHO E COMPANY, Paulson Block, Front St. Willitiar, Minn. 10 cent per. day buys one of those fine Kimball Organs, Be sure that you see them at I. C. Olson's. Sandbo's Bakery. We have opened a bakery and can now furnish the people with a full line of bakery goods. Come and give us a trial. Bread for sale at my restaur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

WILLMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY JOHNSO N & LAWSON. TICTOE E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Editorial Contributor. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF KANDIYOHI CO. RTTSEMENTS .—Display ad's inser. Liberal I od forrpi iien ijertstandingr will be inserted for 5 cen^sreading week: Write for terms for tlj p* legal notices. tad fo W cents per inch perweek. ilisaountsiwlientak.e wben takenun large quantities or whenleftstandinff Lqcft notices fine each jbltoatio The \VIT,LMAU TRIBUNE has a larger «en oral circulation in Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription books are open for InspepWon to advertisers. SUBSCRIPTION price, if paid before end of first year, $1.0 0 a year:'"Tdellnquentlong if or, $1/25 a year will be chartged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, jlthy articles on questions of general Inter est are thankfully received, when the name :. the writer is made known to the editors. Regular news corres...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

rL. Corn JSC garley !.!!l8c £!ax 66c Potatoes 30c Eggs Chickens 6(a8c Turkeys 6(tf8c Ducks 6(g)8c Geese 6(rt8c Hides 5(56c Wool 8(a)l0c Flour. .$3.00(»$4.00 Bran $7.00 Shorts $8.00 7 Butter.... 10 (d 15c Onions 60c Beans 50(a!75c Hay...$5.00(^$7.00 Bicycle shoes at Willmar Shoe Store. Prof. Reimstad of Minneapo lis will assist in the services at the Conference church this week. La/y people should take Rocky Mountain Tea gets'em out in the morning. Try it. All druggists. Elf strum & Co. will shortly oc cupy onehalf of the lower story of the Lewis Block. S. L. Jorstad secured the job of painting the court house. The contract price is $767.00. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wolpert at tended the wedding of a brother of Mr. Wolpert at Minneapolis last Sunday. Aug. Hoglund has made an as signment of his property to Atty. Samuel Olson for the benefit of his creditors. What's better then health? Nothing. Take Rocky Mountain Tea, be strong, healthy, happy, prosperous. All diuggists. F. B. Freeburgh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

ft f'.fX. 4 fj*p k--m- tsjbH TWO BABIES'. the well-worn stoop of an humble home In. a clean though narrow street, WVhile the day as yet was young1 and fair As the springtime sun was sweet, "Bat an aged man in decent garb, With a look half vague, half sad, And he held the hand in his trembling clasp Of a sturdy four-year lad. fSaid a voice: "Now, dad, don't you quit the Take good care gran'pa, John, dear'" Such a knowing nod as tl^e baby gave!— But the old man did not hear. Yet he pressed more firmly the soft wee hand, Sought the ej es so quick and bright, And protecting love just as clearly felt As the waimth ot venial light. Ah, I wondered how and of what they talked, Tboso two children in the sun, JDid the babe of age and the babe of youth Find their plane of being one? And I thought I might, could I learn that tongue, Slake of life the burden plain, Til! perhaps tbe tired in His love would sit, As Jight tne babies twain —T. Mitchell, in Springfield (Mass.) Re publican. CAPTAIN CL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

fi i4l tl*? & The Wonderful Kava-Kava Shrub. A N Botanica Discovery.—Of Specia Interest to Sufferers from is a of he id or Blad der. a is etc.—A Blessing to Humanity A Free Gift of Great Value to You. Our readers will be glad to know that he botanical discovery, Alkavis, from he wonderful Kava-Kava shrub as proved an assured cure for all dis eases caused by Uric acid in the blood, or by disordered action of the Kidneys or urinary organs. he Kava Kava Shrub, or as botanists call it. Piper Methys ticum, grows on the bankso the Ganges river, Eas India, THrKAVA-KAVA SHRUB and probably was (Piper Methysttcum.) ,ed for centuries by the natives before its extraordinary properties became to civilization Christian missionaries. I is respect it resembles the discovery of quinine from he peruvian bark, a by the Indians to the early Jesuit missionaries in Sout America, and by brought to civilized man Tt is a wonderful discovery, with a rec or of 1200 hospital cures in 30 days. I acts direct...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 April 1897

eer-v^g!*^ 1 $fe l,r .Ife'' 0 Lb 9 CALICOS, newest patterns, the 7c quality GINGHAMS, newest patterns, the 12c quality GOOD TOWLINGS, 8c quality CANTON FLANNELS, the 10c quality LADIES' HOSE, fast black, per pair LADIES' FANCY SILK Old organs or pianos taken in trade for new ones at I. C. Olsons. of Ten cents will get 7 packages May's seeds at Elfstrum & Co's. Get your grass and garden seeds at E. P. Sundfor's feed store. They will grow. C. Selvig and Louis Johnson were duck hunting on Lake Waconda one day last week. Did you know that you could buy a first class piano on weekly payments of only $2.00 per. week at I. C. Olson's. Every organ or piano sold at I. C. Olson's is backed by a five year warrantee signed by the Kimball Co. Remember Mossberg's Cough Re medy costs you nothing if it does not stop that cough. Every bottle guar anteed. Under the proposed reapportion ment Kandiyohi county will retain one senator and one representative, as at present. PROTECT YOUR E E S S id gol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 April 1897

Rsj-rfRr1 'Cm- Vol. 3. Local Brevities, The Merchants Barber ing has been repainted. Lazy people should take Rockj Mountain Tea: gets'em out in the morning. Try it. All druggists. Chas. Lonn is building a baru on hi s, lots in the^nd ward, and will soon begin the erection of a residence. City Recorder Otos has established the City Recorder's office in Jacobson A. Miller's office in the differ Block. Did ou know that you could buj a fir&t class piano on weekly payments of only $2.00 per. week at I. C. Olson's. Pooi digestion leads to misery, poverty, insanity, an early grave, Rocky Mountain Tea cures. All druffffists. What's better then health.J Nothing. Take Rocky Mountain Tea, be strong, health), happy, prosperous. All driiffffi&ts o» Att) Nordin is repairing and ie-arranging his building on Benson avenue He will locate his office on the 2nd floor. Our tonsorial friend. Pete Rasmus sen, believes in keeping up with the times. He is renovating his shop in good shape. Pete is ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 April 1897

fpftCK'fii.it Sf~ fe .4- filhimr %rihum. JOHNSON & LAVVSOX, Publishers. WILLMAR^ MINN. THE legislature of Texas is consider ing' a resolution which, after reciting that freight rates are unsatisfactory and unjust, instructs the railroad com* mission to make a survey for a railroad from some point on the coast to the Red river at Denison, the proposed road to be built and operated by the state. AN "automatic singer" was exhib ited to the editorial staff of a Paris newspaper. The apparatus is in the form of a tripod, on the top of which is a machine smaller than the phono graph, into which the cylinders are put. The sound is transmitted by highly perfected boards to a metallic trumpet, and it is stated that the voice can be heard 220 vards off. AT the election in Hudson, Mich., a city of about 3,000 inhabitants, a vot ing machine was used. As a result the returns were footed up and in the hands of the telegraph operator for transmission inside of six minutes aft er the polls close...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 April 1897

SCAMNAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes Prom Across the Ocean. 1APPE5ISGS THE FATBERIMD. ^rtoeipal Ereato that H»T* Occurred IB tk» Old Countries About tho North Sea, Within Weak •r So Just Past. SWEDEX. The city of Malmo has 53,383 inhabi tants. This is an increase of 1,371 in one year. The women hare a majority of 4,130. The total attendance at the public high schools in 1S96 was 14,971, and the expenses of the government per stu dent were S62.05. The total attend ance at the common schools was 724, -53, and the expenses in this case were only So.82 per pupiL In other words, a high school student costs the state more than ten times as much as a com mon school pnpiL Tne teacher of a sewing school near Strcngnas told her pupils to bring all the ragged stockings at home to the school the next day. Only a few obeyed, mamma in most cases having said that there were no ragged stock ings at her house. The teacher at once ordered the whole class to pull off their stockings. This work was not f-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 April 1897

WILLMA TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY O N S O N LAWSON. n^6^'£iw,gdC iCtf^I8TrAN Jp^^Oljf, „„...: Special Editorial Contributor. iADVERTISEMENTS.-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 for terms for the publication iff* legal notices. .The WILLMAR 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 offirstye flrstyear. $1.00 a year: if delinquent long- er, $1.8o a year will'be charged. OONTRIBUTIONSrfif news items br*hort, pithy articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully reeeiyed. when the name o. the writer is made known to the editors. Regular news correspondents wanted 1? every locality not already represented. Write for terms and instruc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 April 1897

.^B^^-**Cg-^3r^ EDITED BY THE LADIE8* W. C. T. OF WILLMAR. On^uLT* 3 2 3 oughly under3tamdi her work. On Tuesday afternooh*the-w. c. T. u. Mrs. Scovill. The some very helpful thoughts. Through the efforts of Mrs. Scovill the membership of the local WT. C. T. C. was largely increased. On Thursday of last week a regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. was°held at the home of Mrs. Craswell. It was decided that we accept the offer of having John G. Wooley, the wonder ful temperance speaker, with us in June or July. Everyone will le glad to have an opportunity to hear him. A Mothers' meeting will be held in connection with the regufar business meeting on Thursday, April 29, at the home of Mrs. Solomon Porter. All mothers are welcome. HIGH LICENSE. THE MONOPOLY ABOMINATION. Get ready your excise commission ers._ we will have $5,000 or $10,000 high license for theft. We must some how put down these small criminals that are stealing door-mats and post age stamps and chocolate drops. For high lic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 April 1897

S 1'• IFhe night winds sway the apple trees, And on the garden wall The clematis has closed its leaves, The evening shadows fall. 1 watch your winsome baby grace, And draw you close to me. And gaze and gaze into your face I love you so, my wee. -"':'f«l|IW*ik! lWi1|||W»l*«W«l A LULLABY. A mother bird sings on her nest, I cannot sing to thee, Though my dumb heart within my breast Is fllled with melody. Oh, could I speak what's in my heart, Half how I love you, dear, your soft, little lip3 would part. Your eyes would glow to Hear. Would that my little one could stay. Ah! the days when you are grown And I shall sit in the doorway With empty arms alone. —Kdith Stow, in Good Housekeeping. CAPTAIN CLOSE CAPTAIN A E S KING. ICopyright, 1894, by J. B. Lippincott Co.] I O N I N E "Burns is one of the oaks, at any rate," Lambert, as the sergeant fol lowe to see that all was in proper order. am and eggs, "soldier coffee," a can of •milk, corn-bread and hardtack, were set before him with pardon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 April 1897

„m .4' THE LEGISLATURE. is S on is a id a in to a All Bills Have Been Presented. The Mem bers Can Now Devote Their Time to Committee Work and the Calender. S Paul, April 12.—At last the re apportionment bill as passed both houses and a tardy act of justice has performed. It really had passed Friday night, it the exception of the portion pertaining to Ramse county. at as excepted, and the Ramse delegation as turned loose to fight it out. It took them all day, but just as Saturday night as approaching an agreement as reached, the confer enc committee reported and the re port as rushed through both houses. he trouble in Ramse county was a desire to so divide the county that each one of the four sitting senators could have a republican district, and that at least of the representatives have senatorial aspirations could also have republican senatorial districts. It as an effort to put six pegs in four holes. he senate had the game and fish a for a special order Satur day, but the special...

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