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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 April 1897

Green Lake J. A Noble, of Minnetonka, has purchased six acres of land from P. Sorenson. Mr. Noble has men at work clearing the land and, we understand, intends put ting up a large residence and will engage in the nursery business. Mr. Noble is a former resident of Marshall, and has been a mem ber of the legislature from Lyon county. Holland Seeding is now the order of the day, but it is slow as well as hard work, the ground being too soft. Miss Ada Anderson left for the eities last week. The Wicklund brothers, of the town of Fahlum, came over last week to seed their farm. Miss Selma Anderson is stay ing in Raymond at present. School opened in district No. 88 a week ago last Monday. Rev E A. Wahlquist went to Murdock last Thursday, and re turning Saturday was accom panied by Presiding fclder P. J. Stead, of St Paul, who conducted services in the M. E. church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Y. Peterson and Miss Mable Johnson, of Kandiyohi, spent Saturday and Sunday at Elias Johnson's. Henry and ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 April 1897

WITH SUPPLEMENT, TEN PACES. Vol. 3. 6 6 W&M Special Kid Glove Values. Every induce ment in our Kid Glove Stock to make your glove buying a pleas ure. he largest stock, the lead ing makes, the modish gloves. .jt SPECIAL-" MAY VALUE! Foar-JJooli Lacing GJovc— he new Mack and colors —an elegant a Price. THE IDEAL FASTENER.... The newest silk enifcrotdery- superbly-fittSuK —a glove at give* you abso lute satisfac tion in he wear and stvle- 'ilack and popular colors— $1.00 ata,ac:L$1.60 he new ideas in Kid Gloves— the popular, dressy and fash ionable sort— 6 6 6 THOSE THAT GIVE YOU MOST COMPLETE SATISFACTION. May Hoisery Values. ... THE COOPER LEATHER ST0CKIN6... Not of leather, but the name indicates the wear—triple thrence-1 knees, heels u,l toes—solid aud serviceable—noth ifi.tr better or we should have them. All riyht in absolutely stainless—one of the le-t we have ever offered you. It --tills si want." too. for you have been looking for »troii!T. i.-iupr-wearins hose—something t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 April 1897

'*4 JBp A mbnne. JOHNSON & LAWSO.V, Publishers. WILLMAR~ T~ MINN. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. CONGRESSIONAL. Proceedings of tne Special Session. The senate passed the Indian appropria tion bill on the 19th. It is substantially the same as it passed the house. It was Sodded to vote on the arbitration treaty May 6. Senator Butler (N. C.) introduced a. bill to give the government control of the Union and Central Pacific railroads. Resolutions of inquiry were agreed to ask ing the secretary of state as to the opera tion of the reciprocity treaties made under the McKinley act. After the executive ses sion the senate adjourned as a mark of re spect to Representative Milliken, deceased Senator Morgan's resolution declaring that a state of war exists in Cuba was dis cussed briefly in the senate on the 20th and then went over for a week. The agri cultural appropriation bill was passed and the bankruptcy bill was discussed. Senator Mason (111.) introduced 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. — 27 April 1897

THE LEGISLATURE. The Work of the Thirtieth Session is Finished. Be.t Few Important Bills Were Passed Di* ring the Closing SOOTS. A. Goodly Number Failed to Secure Fa vorable Action. ^L Paul, April 20.—As the closing hours of the legislature approach, the business accumulates, and it is evident that bills by the score will be lost, to which there is no particular objection, merely for lack of time to reach them. The senate yesterday elected Sena tor Barr, of Mankato, president pro tem. and also presented Lieut. Gov. Gibbs with a handsomely framed pic ture of the members and officers of the senate. Both episodes called forth speeches and responses. The vexed State printing- question •was ended yesterday by the senate agreeing to the house amendments to the Sperry bill. Senator Sperry intro duced a printing bill and Representa tive Dare did the same. It is understood the Dare bill was inspired by the state auditor and it materially clips the pow ers of the secretary of state. When the ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 April 1897

WILLMAR: TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY O N S O N & A W S O N 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 ccuts per inch per week. Liberal discounts when taken in large nuantitiesor when leftstanding-. Local reading notices will be inserted for 5 cents per line each week. Write for terms for the publication i* leg-al notices. The WiTiTiMAuTKiBUXB has a larg-er eon. oral circulation in Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription books are open lor inspection to advertisers. SUBSCRIPTION price, if paid before end of (irstyear. $1.00a year: if delinquent long er, $1.2") a year wi 11 be charged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, jit hv articles on questions of general inter est, are thankfully received, when the name o. the writer is made known to the editors. Rug-ulur news correspondents wanted in eve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 April 1897

jZi*m***i**tttiH* •••. O.a t" In June next Queen Victoria will have reigned sixty years, the longest reign any monarch England ever had. Brigadier J. Tult, of the Salvation Army, from Chicago, will speak at the Willmar Opera house on May 3rd. The Molander Dramatic Organiza tion has been booked for a week's en gagement at the Willmar opera house. Landlord and Mrs. Ole Steendahl, of New London, were bereaved of their little babe, last Satnrday, by the grim reaper, Death. The fine weather of the latter part of last week gave the. work of seeding a great impetus. The low wet places are drying rapidly. The New London editor insists that the *")it" sutar industry is nothing new to the afternoon coffee parties of t'ie lad of that vicinity. The J. F. Wiggins Co. are figuring on putting in the waterworks plant at Benson. Bids will be opened by the village co ncil this evening. T. A. Hulttrven and Oscar Olson were over to Green Lake last week and returned with about 200 pounds of fish which t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 April 1897

A SONG OF LABOR. In days of old the naber Gave honor to the hand, And those that did not labor Were princes in the land To-day has crowned with glory The brow bedewed by toil Th -theme of song and story Has risen from the soil. Ko more are felt the shackles That once held man a slave The furnace lire that crackles Has melted sword and glave. O freemen all, and brothers! Find joy in what you do The happiness of others Is laid in trust on you! O worker! see the beauty You're building to the skies Along the path of duty You're nearing Paradise! The flowers of art that blossom In column, spire and dome Shall lie in Labor's bosom And beautify her home. And Peace shall come, and wonder Shall fill the world a Eternal arms be under To waft you dangers through. The sun will shine still brighter. The stars will sing and shine, The burden will be lighter, For labor is divine. —William S. Lord, in Chicago Record. CflPTflIN CLOSE CAPTAIN A E S KING. {Copyright, 1804, by J. B. Llppincott Co.] O N...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 April 1897

sC/i WOMAN AND HOME. BIG HOTEL FOR WOMEN. •A »re»tlr Neede a a a a S Ther are thousands of self-supports in working- in every large city in the United States. In New York alone there are 70,000 professional en, 200,000 working girls and 9,700 stu dents in art schools, conser\ atories and colleges. These women with the ex ception of the %ery few thousands live it friends or relatives, find their only subsitute for homes second rate boarding-houses. Th average in girl finds the only solution of he home problem in the hall bedroom. Since the a of the professional an on the city's horizon, philan thropic men and women have been striv in to make room *or her and find her a comfortable abiding place. In Chicago, San Fiancisc and Den ver this, has been achieved in a modest a but nothing adequate to the needs of New York has been suggested or in any a brought before the public un til Mrs. Dunlop Hopkir concehe the idea of erecting a series of buildings. handsome spacious, comlortable and pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 April 1897

J-*£ k%. •J -I ^"fi. W« I A E TO THE PUBLIC. PLEASURE in announcing to the public, and to our patrons in particular, that we are more than pleased with the business we have done here so far, and especially this month. Why have we done so well? It is certainly not our looks that is to blame for it. We concluded, and we also think that you will agree with us, that it is the PRICES on our merchandise that is alone responsible for such a large patronage as we have been enjoying during our brief career in this city, and for which we are indebted to you with many thanks. For the Month of May. 2 For ibe month of May we shall put such ex tremely Low Prices seasonable goods of all kinds, in order to improve our trade still more, that you will be compelled to acknowledge that W£ stand at the head as money-savers.^ jtjtJ&i£>!ltS May Prices on Furniture. New Styte Bed Lounges, uphol stered in corduroy and with woven wire springs, A A regular value $12.50, 7 A May price only Ill I The Lat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 April 1897

A PAGES 9 AND 10. Vol. 3. VAPOR STOVES "GARLAND" AND MICHIGAN. The Old "Reliable" Line. Cabinet, Step, High and Low Juniors, and Ovens. A few good Second Hand Vapor Stoves at a Great Bargain. Call and see them. GEN'L HARDWARE. *^fif If you want {roods at you can see the value of. niitl be assured of their quality by ^*r a home dealer whom you can reach and get hold of to make every guarantee good, it is my purpose to keep them, and to sell them at as CHEAP PRICES as the same quality and quantity can be bought anywhere. TINWARE. have a large stock of dilTerent grades, self-made and bought direct from the most reputable manufacturers. have not the sort that unsolder on approaching a fire, but better grades at same or even less price. If you have had an idea that any sort of a store sold Tinware cheaper than the hard ware man. JUST NOTE TH E STOCK AND PRICES AT TH E TINWARE DISPLAY STAND IN MY STORE, and you will dis cover its fallacy. As for GOOD GOODS in COPPER AND TIN WASH BOILERS, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 27 April 1897

I p. i«Hf* 3 Jn1& I Will Remain With Jou a While Longer, So you may all have a chance to see and try our Fine Pianos and Organs. Now, if you are thinking of buying an Instrument, do not put it off, but come at once and make your selection. Re member all you need in, cash to buy a Piano is $10 down and $8 per month, and an Organ for $5 cash and $4 per Month. Call or drop me a postal card and I will promise to sell you an Organ or a Piano cheaper than you could steal one. Jnhn Feigwas in the city last week. Miss R. Adams is visiting in St. Paul. H. Shipstead is out taking orders for monuments. Ole Beigstad, of Arctander, was in the city last week. R.S. GORHAM. PERSONAL MENTION. Miss Haines visited friends in Kerk hoven last Friday. Rodert Burns came up from Kandi yohi last Saturday. Prof. N. J. Hong visited, his folks in Mamre last Sunday. A. Stansberry made a trip to Kerkhoven last Thursday. Ole Lindquist, the Roseland post master, was in town last week. Jens Hanson and Frank Mat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 May 1897

**$%&&§&* fr* Its [VH 'L m* kr NOW READY. The past three weeks has seen us busy remodeling and fixing up that part of our store formerly occupied by Elfstrum & Co. as a drug store. We found that with our continually increasing business we needed more room, so that we could serve our customers to better advantage. The new addition gives us one-third more floor space than we had before, or an additional room of 20x85. This de partment will be used exclusively for CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. *&*^fel^ %&&>*%&£i$i>A v^Vllf^§'it3 Vol. 3. Willmar, Minnesota, May 11, 1897. No. 13. ROISE&QVALE*S GREAT CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. "Hem^fftkLtm, Minnesota. tWECTIVb PAGE iRUE to our aims and aspirations, we'll continue to sell our goods for less money than ever before sold in: Wfliw^r/ Our rule in the future will be in marking goods not to s^e how much we can get, but what qualities we can sell "an how popular we can make our store with t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 May 1897

«0 if I' I ri S S if 5^ 1 »H„ 5 &&. *J: jsi** t!fr^iMk&£jiLfr& %K fOsS&it&fybhii NOW READY. The past three weeks has seen us busy remodeling and fixing up that part of our store formerly occupied by Elfstrum & Co. as a drug store. We found that with our continually increasing business we needed more room, so that we could serve our customers to better advantage. The new addition gives us one-third more floor space than we had before, or an additional room of 20x85. This de partment will be used exclusively for CLOTHING AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. NE W ROLLE Vol. 3. Willmar, Minnesota, May 11,-1897. vjV- /"fev* V:'^" KtftSp^gf TRUE WILLMAR TRIBUNE ROISE&QVALE'S GREAT CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. DEFECTIVE NewEondon, Minnesota. to our aims and aspirations, we'll continue to sell our goods for less money than ever before sold in Our rule in the future will foe in marking goods not much we can get, fout what qualities we can sell popular we c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 May 1897

I. I I GHOST FAIRIES. When the open fire Is lit, In the evening after tea. Then I like to come and sit Where the fire can talk to me. Fairy stories it can tell, Tales of a forgotten race— Of the fairy ghosts that dwell In the ancient chimney place. They s^re quite the strangest folk Anybody ever knew. Shapes of shadow and of smoke Living In the chimney flue. *Once," the fire said, "long ago, With the wind they used to rove, Gypsy fairies, to and fro, Camping in the field and grove. "Hither with the trees they came Hiding in the logs: and here, Hovering above the flame. Often some of them appear." Bo I watch, and, sure enough, I can see the fairies! Then, Suddenly there comes a puff— Whishl—and they are gone again! -Prank Dempster Sherman, In Youth's Companion. CAPTAIN 6L0SE BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING. ICopyright, 1894, by J. B. Lipplccott Co.] XII. The Christmas holidays were coming -on at Walton Hall, where, sore stricken, its mistress lay hovering- between life and death. Two weeks h...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 May 1897

V* QMOST FAIRIES When the open fire is lit, In the evening after tea. Then I like to come and sit Where tue tire can talk to ma. Fairy stories it can tell, Tales of a forgotten race— Of the fany ghosts that dwell In the ancient Unmnev place. They are qmto the strangest folk Anybod e\ er Knew, Shapes of shadow and of smoke Living in the chimney flue 4,Once," the fire said, "long a^o, With the wircl thev used to love Gypsy fairies, to and fro, Camping in the field and grrove. "Hither with the trees they came Hiding in the logs and here, Hovering above the flame. Often some of them appear." So I watch, and, sure enough, I can see the lames! Then, Suddenly there comes a puff— Whish'—and they are gone again' -Frank Dempster Sherman, in Youth's Companion. CAPTAIN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING. ^Copyright, 1894, by J. B. Lippmcott Co XII. The Christmas holidays were coming on at Walton Hail, where, sore stricken, its mistress lay hovering between life and death. Tv\ vv eeks had passed sinc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 May 1897

8 J* SCANDINAVIAN NEWS I in N A he O a HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Evenll that HaTe Occurred is the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Past. SWEDEN. A man belongs to the Catholic congregation at Stockholm intends to marry a lady is a member of a Lutheran state church congregation. According to the a of Sweden the marriage is to be announced in the church of the latter congregation. Bu this cannot be done until the groom has furnished a written permission to marry from his pastor, in this case is the Catholic priest. Th groom cannot obtain this permission, because his priest is afraid the appli cant intends to marry a divorced wo man. Th groom tried to get out of the difficulty by appealing to the courts, but was told that the courts have no jurisdiction over Catholic priests, and the couple in question cannot be legally married, although they are sustained by the laws of Swede in every par ticular. Kaiser Wilhelm has deoorated L. A. Linde, the ins...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 May 1897

:M0B&m®mm If tv %$fri« Harry Ha|cty and Ike Emerson fished at ttte lake last Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Geer. of Burbank, visited at the lake Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. John Williams and Mr. Kulzer, of Willmar, spent Tues dad at the lake. W. J. Pinney returned from Willmar last Friday. He was very happy over the arrival of William Whitney Pinney at his home last Thursday. Mrs. A. 6. Mardin and Mrs. I. J. Courtright, of Spicer visited friends in this vicinity last Fri day. Johnny Hultgren left for Will mar last Friday where he expects to work this summer, painting. Dr. Schuman and Ed. Moss berg, of Willmar, visited at the lake Sunday Sandy Williams and H. T. Thompson, the operator, of Will mar, visited at the lake Sunday. Lake Lillian. An enjoyable dance was given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Hanson last Sunday night. Quite a number of young people had assembled, and the dancing lasted till the wee hours of morn- While the correspondent is not a chronic kicker, stil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 May 1897

Village Council Proceedings. COUNCIL ROOM, WILLMAR, May 10, 1897. Regular meeting of the village coun cil. Present—Aldermen Nasset, Ram Bett, Tallman, Wold, Karwand, and President Johnson. Absent—Alder man Nelson. The minutes of regular and special meetings were read and approved. The following bills were read and referred to. the finance Committee: Electrical Engineering CoM elec- Supplies. .$20 99 The Garlock Packing Co., en gine supplies... .- 19 68 Phoenix Automatic .Filter Co., sponge discs 2 00 Robinson & Gary Co., waste 4 41 General Electric Co., meter 12 03 0. S. Robbins, lumber 20 46 W. De La Hunt, freight........ 28 36 Same, freight .. 30 33 John T. Otos, paid freight/ 4 55 Alton Crosby, printing paper book for supreme court case, Village vs. J«. S. Robbins... .130 90 Johnson & Lawson, printing and publishing 11 50 L. A. Vik, services as judge of election ..'...' 3 00 J. Ai Hedin, services as judge of election 3 00. G. C. Haines, services as clerk of election. 3 00...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 May 1897

fjjmj A It fT ff f7/m#r tribune. JOHNSON & LAW^OW Publishers VVILLMAR^ M|NN. ONE great advantage the Turks have had in the present war appears from the statements of a German officer, who makes a comparison between the military armaments of the two nations. The Turkish infantry, he says, carries a firearm decidedly superior to that oi the Greek soldier. THE period longed for by the advo cates of peace, when swords are to be beaten into plowshares and spears mto pruning hooks, does not seem to have arrived in these closiug hours of the nineteenth century. Since 1893 the world has witnessed an almost unin terrupted scene of carnage. WM HAKRIS, United States com missioner of education, a student of social science, thinks that under mod ern conditions fewer farmers are neces sary and more people are wanted in the cities to handle machineiy that the increase of urban populations is not a disease which needs a cure, but the natural result of scientific inven tion. ENGLAND has several ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 May 1897

MINII^SOTA STATE NEWS. Gam».lawg, ,,-,, Hunters arid .fishermen ''-wiilJWet all he mformatlqtt aTSIotft the bperilng and! closing of the-seasons for the different kinds of gaitfe from the following statement *$iich as been prepared by the state agent of the a me and fish commission, S, F. Fallerton: Hunting—Uplan plover, golden or prairie plover, July 4 to Oct. 81. Prairie chickens, white breasted or ahar tailed grouse, woodcoek and snipe, Sept. 1 to Nov.r 1. Quail, partridges or ruffled grouse, Oct. .1 to Dec, 1, Th sale of partridges prohibited at any time. Ducks, geese, brant or any aquatic iowl Sept. 1 to April 15. Deer, Oct. 25 to Nov. 15. It shall be ^unlawful to ship venison at a time unless the owner accompanies it. Moose, having horns, may be shot from Nov. 1 to Nov. 5 only. Fishing—Bass of any variety, May 15 to March 1. Brook trout, including rainbow, loch loin an. German brown spotted and all varieties found in the waters of Min nesota, from May 1 to Sept. 1. A other foo...

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