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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 May 1895

k* Agricultural Department. CONDUCTED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn, How shall we cultivate? Use a slant tooth harrow before the corn is up ami at least twice afterwards This not only keeps the soil fine, does fast cultiva tion, but kills off little weeds. There is this peculiarity about weed killing Nature can sprout a new weed cheaper than she can repair a broken one and every weed killed is one less When the corn gets too large to drag, use a cultivator. What do we culti vate for, to benefit the crop or rip things up from the bottom, and of what use is the latter ex cept to cut off, tear up and de stroy corn roots, the very thing you want to let alone to make vour corn plant put forth owth? Every root you cut off nature has to stop and repair damage, and she does it by send ing out new and more roots, and these take up elements that the plant needs All we need to do is to scarify the soil, use a culti vator with many but short tongues and keep the surface free from weeds The ol...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 May 1895

M&fc ife iSiBv^- I! fe IK 5s T-W. .*'&&5«--l&\ Anderson's ANSWKK TO T1IKIK POLITICAL PUZZLE. The greatest evil under which, not only the American people, but all earths children suffers most, is without question the misuse of all kinds of stimulants, with its frightfut effects. We think the second greatest evil is the corrupt Political Press and Politicians misleading and hoodwinking the masses. The third greatest evil is without doubt, style and extrava gance, and the attempt of our women to follow the all but model creatures of Paris. And fourth we think comes the National, lianks and other wild cat banks robbing the masses in every conceivable way. lu a couple of weeks we will give our advice,. how to better conditions, 7 t&OMd' twi Yours Truly, T. J. ANDERSON & CO., IIELG'RADK, MINN. Hampen Brothers, BELGRADE, MINN. Just East of Skimland's Shop. We will always pay the highest Market Price for BUTTER and EGGS, ajid sell omr GOODS a$ CHEAP as any in town. w...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 May 1895

^.^i^H^^ilf r$ & & VOL. 1. 4 fy$* 1 Willmar will Celebrate the Glorious 4th of July. A oood sized representative meeting to consider tlie 4th of July celebration was held Satur day night and it was unani mously decided to celebrate The report of the soliciting com mittee showed that the citizens of Willmar are ready and willing to donate ample funds to make the celebration a grand success The central committee will later on announce a program But we can assure our readers that Willmar will next 4th of July have the biggest time west of Minneapolis There will un doubtedly be spread eagle or atory of eminent speakers, music by bands, base ball games, horse racing, n'ie crackers and fire works, calathumpians and every other 4th of July paraphernalia ever seen west of the Father of Waters The program will be so comprehensive and interesting that all can come here and spend a Fourth never to be forgotten Willmar does not often celebrate but when she does there is some thing to it...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 May 1895

At* A is in rates a on application. he Tribun has a large country circulation a it a valuable a is in to a and others is in to attract the attention of the country people. Subscriptio price. $1 a year, paid in advance otherwise $1.25. \7 cts extra for postage outside he county. O I E I N I E O E S A A 2 8 1895. Fo a long time the Goldites a denounced the Silverite for inflationists. the land would be flooded with money have told us worthless 50 cent dollars, etc. etc people now a day do not want to buy Englis broad cloth, they want to pay their debtb and taxes and the silver dollar will do that no mat ter what the bullion it is a of is worth on the world's market. the Goldites. find that this flood of money-hurra has been -a boomerang that a flood of is just what a people overwhelmingly debt want these Goldites relying on their brass and the gullibility of the average voter now turn square around and claim that free silver will contract the cur rency make scarce by driving out gold ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 May 1895

l«*M lb? Ji*£feir~* if"- *jT A Rt^ljr jft 'TJJS*' iP- A1 »V COUNTY ProM TRIBUNE NEWS. News Correspondents. Irving Items. AJdt^tanJar has built a cheese factory on Martin Olson's place and is making cheese every day. Arthur Steenclahl of New Lon don has been attending Nor wegian Lutheran school in this town lately. Some of the people of this town will attend the dedication of the church at Lake Lillian on the 5th and 6th of June. We think this will suffice for this time and if it is not thrown into the waste basket, we may come again A meeting was held in the Voss congregation in this town last Sunday night. Lars Walen and Hans Pederson were the principal speakers. .John Kullberg is building himself a line residence It is said that they will have a 4th of July picnic there, but we can't say how true it is. Miss Hilda Olson, our assist ant post master, has just re turned from a visit in the vicin ity of Georgeville She reports having had a pleasant trip. Sunday school will commence in...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 May 1895

if^##s6^ ?*3^ i-&^f 22! ANSWE TO Til Kilt POLITICAL PUZZLE. The greatest evil under which, not only the American people, but all earths children suffers most, is without question the misuse of all kinds of stimulants, with its' frightfut effects. P0©e.neg Belgrade and We think the second greatest evil is the corrupt Political Press and Politicians misleading and hoodwinking the masses. The third greatest evil is without doubt, style and extrava gance, and the attempt of our women to follow the all but model creatures of Paris. And fourth we think comes the National Banks and other wild cat banks robbing the masses in every conceivable way. In a couple of weeks we will give our advice, how to better conditions. €&€&U6 Yours Truly, T. J. ANDERSON & CO., Hampe Brothers BELGRADE, MINN. Just East of Skimland's Shop. mt T-A I LOR BELGRADE, MINN. CUSTOM WORK ~f-*DONE WITH*-f~ NEATNESS and DISPATCH. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. BEkQ-RADK, MINN. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP wpbix woiik Fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 June 1895

5^*. Ac®*J £0, VOL. 1. F%^ r# A *fnrmerH' institute is to held at Belgrade June 13th. Feed your stock rook salt, sale at Rod Inn Bros. Miss Ida Bredberg left for by, Minn., last Friday to with relatives. be Foi TheSvvedwh Lutheran church of Svea hold their annual picnic to-inorrow. Can visit Ben. Leite went to Colfax Satin day last week to visit with friends and relative!*. Mrs.L M. Land ing,of Glen wood, with children are \isitors with her parents, O B. Glarums'. Andrew J. Larson and El vera Loneson were married at the Clerk of Court'* office last Satnr dav A marriage license was issued last Friday to Ole E. Olson and Ellen A. Thorpe of Green Lake .town. Sexeral of our citizens drove out to the picnic at Lake Andrew Sunday They all repot splendid time* The Public should not forget to see Hans Johnson now7, and receive a regular supply of ice for the season. John O. Nelson, one of the happy boys of the ioinit.y of New London, visited with friends in the«*ity Sunday Agent Maid in of ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 June 1895

EN& S &13 WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at :f WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, 1/ BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Editor. VICTOR E. LAWSON, Associate Editr and Bnsiness Manager. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune-has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, JUN E 4TH 1895. WHEAT PRICES. We demonstrated time and again last summer by govern ment statistics of the worlds crop of wheat that there was no over production of that cereal. Events now prove that we were correct The stock of wheat now is ad mitted to be lower than it has been for over at least half a doz en of years The fact is that the stock has got so low that it can not be concealed any longer And with the decreased ave...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 June 1895

W5*T3*S IS- I S £&*•- 34 til AGRICULTURAL EDITED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. Have you got that hay pasture ready yet. It is time to seed your millet now. How are you getting along with the weeds? Have you cleaned them out or are they cleaning you out? If the cut worm has got into your corn patch remember that a pinch of salt dropped at each hill 'will keep them away f#oin your corn. Straw manure or any kind of rubbish applied on the high ridges in the parture will make them produce fine stands of grass. Farm, Stock and Home's sug gestion about building local oil mills is good and ought to be put into practice. Flax is a very ex haustive crop to the soil, and un less we can take the oil meal back on the farm we will soon have to quit raising it. The fact is we ought to have both flour mills and oil mills worked on the co operative plan. We have no doubt but that they would be as successful as well as beneficial as the cooperative creamery "Keep Up With the Procession" This h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 4 June 1895

'OSS i,1* i1--- A* .?• sr-t BELGRADE Anderson's ANSWEJt TO THEIR POLITICAL PUZZLE. The greatest evil under which, not ouly the American people, but all earths children suffers most, is without question the misuse of all kinds of stimulants, with its Irightfut effects. JL mJmJLm JL BELGRADE, CUSTOM We think the second greatest evil is the couupt Political Press and Politicians misleading and hoodwinking the masses. The third greatest evil is without doubt, style and extrava gance, and the attempt of our women to follow the all but model creatures of Paris. And fourth we think comes the National Banks and other wild cat banks robbing the masses in e\ery conceivable way. In a couple of weeks we will give our advice, how to better conditions. Hamp Brothers, BELGRADE, MINN. Just East of Skimland's Shop. P0©e:riGg H?*$ANDS^~ We will always pay the highest Market Price for BUTTER and EGGS, and sell omr GOODS as CHEAP as any in town. 'ewwe ana Belgrade and Eden Valley NERklEN I Owners Hanso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 June 1895

«^. ^83* £*?l*&'i *"V *k VOL. I. Skft. 'siSSji Feed your stock rock salt, sale at Rodlun Bros. For per Wheat was worth 72 cents bushel at Wilhnar yesterday P. O. Inspector J. D. Woods of this district was in town last Friday. Enumerator Cramer is oing' about his rounds counting' the people. W. A. Sperry sells the only Steel Section Open Wheel Wind Mill Benson avenue has been over hauled by the street workers this week. Attorney Geo. Mailer will here after divide his time between Willmar and At water. Lawrence Booth is at home from the University spending his vacation with his parents. Sperry warrants his wind mills against cyclones and tornadoes. No one else dae to do this. in S|erry defies competition prices and quality on wind mills IVv him and be convinced. In our last week's issue we called by mistake the Atwater Republican a o-column quarto. It should have been six-column. A game of base ball was played at Kandiyohi Sunday, by the Kandiyohi nine and the Willmar boys. The sc...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 June 1895

A"^', *-».£ J®?" JKH WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. BY JOHNSO N & LAWSON. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON. Editor. VICTOR E. LAWSON, Associate Editor and Business Manager. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, N E 11TH 1895. JUDGE CALDWELL OF ST. PAUL SPEAKS OUT. In a letter to the Secretary of the Bimetallic League of De Moines, Iowa, Judge Caldwell of the Eighth District declares him self in favor of the free coinage of silver in the following Ian guage: '•I would have very little re spect for the intelligence or pat riotism of a judge who would de clare that he had no opinion on a public question of such vitBl importance to the weal ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 11 June 1895

K.ss*sf f-v. 1 1 Agricultural Department. EDITED BY N E LS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. What has become of our di versified farming advocates? Let us hear from you, gentlemen. The weather so far has not been favorable to corn, but thor ough cultivation will overcome this to a great extent. It is time for you to commence looking after your mowers, rakes and other haying tools. Fence your summer fallow and let your cattle on it in August. It will give you good pasturage when your regular pasture gives out. Save plowing the field in the fall and give you afar super ior seed bed in the spring. We don't think much of the prevailing custom of breaking up new land and seeding it to a crop immediately, especially not if prices of such products are low. It generally stints the land for the succeeding crop and when we remember that profit lies not in the number of crops raised but in their size or bulk, we should hesitate to carry out this prac tice. Road overseers should see to that the road is ...

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 June 1895

stem- \c.-.. t?Jx^^ ^k tv nUHII DEPAR Nice Yellow Sugar Fine Large Oal Raisins 7 New Dates per lb Fine Mixed Candy per lb Extra Fine Rice ^Small California Raisins ^Canoed Goods very cheap. Best Jelly per pail Peanuts per quart Best Genuine Glidden Wire, Wire Nails 3 cts, or 9 lbs DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, SHOES, MILLINERY, TIN, GLASSWARE and CROCKERY CHEAPER Til AN ever BEFORE. We are positively the cheapest store west of Minneapolis. Just East of Skimland's Shop. NERklEN Owners T-A. I BELGRADE, CUSTOM 23 lbs for $1.00 23 lbs for 1.00 8 cts 10 cts !7lbsfor$I.OO 28 lbs for I.OO ©P64 OOLBIORNSEN, and Operators. MILLERS AND SHIPPERS OF Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT FLOUR, RYE FLOUR And ail kinds of FeedEEEE=E— from Wheat and Rye want/. #41 Hanson, OR NEATNESS and DISPATCH. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. WAGON MAKER. BEkG-RADE, GENERAL REPAIR SHOP WOOD WOBK Farm Implements. a* R.|. fiimfgRel^gea BLACKSMITH •0&0%0®®&* 5 & Cos 50 cts 5 cts 2.45 to $2.95 for 25 cent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 June 1895

fV if-*- VOL. 1. ife fc.. Wash Goods Department, 18 cent Brilliants this sale 18 i4 Dotted Swiss Mull 1.& in the best 10 12 Ducking 8 15 Pongee 0 12 Puritaine 8. 8 Hamilton Prints 5 6 Challies 44 5 Shirting, fast colors 3$ Ginghams 4 5 and 6 cents per yard. Silk suitable for Ladies Shirtwaists at cost. Capes and Jacket must all go at COST. Department. $2.80 Ladies' Oxford Don S'mless, this sale 1.75 blucher, McKay sewed 1.50 Oxford Tan goot McKay 1.35 Opera Toe, tip Dongola 3.00 Bloucher lace Marguerite 3.00 Butt 1.50 Dongola Cilt Edge Shoe Dressing. 25 cents per bottle. this sale 18 cents. Men's Shoes. this salp with their best girls "hiked"'it to Atwater Sunday. Miss Halvorson, of Norway Lake attended the Commence ment exercises at the Seminary, Friday evening. Rev. D. C. Jordahl, of Norway Lake, did business in town last Friday. The TRIBUNE Remember Dr. Hoyt, of Minne apolis, speaks at the Presby terian church next Friday evening No charge for admission to hear this gifted sp...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 June 1895

'If ,\ .- & WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Editor. VICTOR E. LAWSON, Associate Editor and Business Manager. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, JUN E 18TH, 1895. The Penny Press asked a cer tain number of questions of Min nesota Editors last week regard ing the money question and the prospect of a new silver party. In this connection we wish to call attention to three of the answers given by Geo. N. Lamphere of the Moorhead News, as follows: 4. The People's Party is squarely committed to free coin age. Should it bring this ques tion to the front and relegate to the rear som...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 June 1895

ir#& if **F I*iS lie w, 6S*W Agricultural Department. EDITED BY NELS QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. ON MAKING HAY. The, haying season is close at hand and we ought to be getting ready for it, and also make an effort to put up the best quality of hay possible, because for ef fective results to the feeder the quality is of more importance than quantity. Of course in the past general methods quantity has been the leading factor as it lias only been a question pf keep ing the stock alive and selling skeletons from the farm, but the folly of this method is becoming apparent to all. Our farmers are beginning to figure how they can put some beef and fat on their cattle before letting them go, and thus the quality of our hay comes into consideration more now than in the past We liave plenty of rough age on the farm in the line of straw and corn stalks and unless we can get hay that is palatable, nutrative and that will to a certain extent sub stitute or help out on the feed stuffs we may do w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 18 June 1895

hf*t i) r?%^f prr^ tas^v-*^?* BELGRADE DEPAI Anderson & BARGAINS Nice Yellow Sugar Fine Large Cal Raisins New Dates per lb Fine Mixed Candy per lb Extra Fine Rice Small California Raisins Canned Goods very cheap. Best Jelly per pail Peanuts per quart Best Genuine Clidden Wire, Wire Nails 3 cts, or 9 lbs roeanag DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, SHOES, MILLINERY, TIN, GLASSWARE and CROCKERY CHEAPER Til AN e\er HEFORE We are positivel the cheapest stoie vest of Minneapolis Hampen Brothers, BELGRADE, MINN. Just East of SkinilAiid'ss Shop. '&me ana And all kinds of Feed maMi BELGRADE, CUSTOM 23 lbs for $1.00 23 lbs for I.OO 8 cts 10 cts 17 lbs for $1.00 2 8 lbs for f.00 ©rat S©0dg. We will always pay the highest Market Price for UTTER EGGS, and sell omr GOODS as HEAP as any in town. Belgrade and Eden Valley LlsWm MIL) NERklEN & GQLBIQRN8EN, Owners and Operators. MILLERS AND SHIPPERS OF Spring Wheat, Rye Flour and Feed. WHEAT FLOUR. from Wheat and Rye tm ^-*UONE WITH*-f~ NEATN...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 June 1895

(I i' 4 Hi ri-. tmmm pC-j^f,? ilfi M& i4 ~V •%&t Wash Goods Department. 18 cent Brilliants this sale 13 cts per yd 18 Dotted Swiss Mull 13 15 Ducking, the best 10 12 Ducking 8 15 Pongee 10 12 Puritaine 8 8 Hamilton Prints 5 6 Challies 44 5 Shirting, fast colors 3* Ginghams 4, 5 and 6 cents per yard. Silk suitable for Ladies Shirtwaists at cost. Capes and Jackets must all goat COST. Shoe Department. •2.00 Ladies' Oxford Don S'mless, this sale $ 1.49 1.75 1.50 1.2a 1.3.5 1.35 3.00 3.00 1.50 blucher, McKay sewed Oxford Tan goot McKay 44 (4 44 44 41 44 44 44 Opera Toe, tip DongoU Bloucher lace Marguerite Batt Dongola Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing. 25 cents per bottle. this sale j8 cents. Men's Shoes. S3.00 2.50 2.00 1.T5 1.50 this Sperry & Lawrence have the new sailboat they are building for Cashier Handy nearly com pleted. Aug. Forness is seriously sick. He was taken suddenly yesterday morning with hemorrhage from the stomach. Some of the boys at the court house have provided a f...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 June 1895

?*h r°~ *3|trt-i mm, Published every Tuesday at, WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, -BY- JOHNSON & LAWSON. CHBI8TIAN JOHNSON. Editor. VICTORE. LAWSON. Associate Editor and Business Manager. Advertising rates made known on application. The Tribune has a very large country circulation which makes it a very valuable advertising medium tomerchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year, when paid in advance otherwise $1.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK. TUESDAY, N E 25TH, 1895. A CONVINCING SPEECH. The following speech was de-of livered by Senator Stewart at the silver convention in Mem phis, Tenn., June 13th: "The object lessons of the last three years show that the Amer ican people are face to face with concentrated capital, the enemy which destroyed all previous civ ilizations A shrinking volume of money as compared with pop ulation and business produces falling prices, paralyzes mdust ry and compe...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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