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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 June 1897

Hi A- \l—if 1 IH HI I II Vol.3. '7 fqairwwsnWKseeKrfufc £34 ^a«arir_rfc5.p=ejr-nswfcs' A N S SECURITY BANK OF ATWATER. F. A. ANDERSON, ANDUEW LARSON, President. Vice President. HENRY STENE, Cashier. Organized Under tlie State Laws. PATD UP CAPITAL $»5.000.00. UN DIVIDED PROFITS $-.'5,000.00. TRANSACTS A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS. ....FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY... COLLECTIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. FIRE INSURANCE. STEAMSHIP TICKETS. FOREIGN DRAFTS. ATWATER, MINNESOTA. ST TE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG. Prasident. M. .IORGENSON. vice President. JOS ESTUEM. Cashier Otvanijtcrt Under the Ktnte Laws. CAPITAL, $25,000.00. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter est. Collections receive Careful Attention. TIKCETS TO ANrT FROM EUROPE DOMESTIC AN FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. THE KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK. AND. LARSON, President. L. O. THORPE. Cashier. Organized under the State Laws. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. $125,000.00 TRANSACTS A GENE...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 June 1897

jut. *r 4 BlV iJ^^s ^f//m^r §£ribitne. JOHNSON & LAWSO.V, Publishers. W»LLMAR. MINN. NEW SOUTH WALES' population last year was 97,640, an increase of about 20,000 in one year, due, however, to the excess of births over deaths, as the colony lost more people by emigration than it gained by immigration., The population of Queensland is 264313. THERE are eight islands in the Ha waiian group that are habitable. Their names and areas are as follows: Ha waii, 4,210 square miles Oahu, 600 Kauai, 590 Maui, TOO Molokai, 270: Nuhau, 97 Lanai, 150, and Kahoolawe, 63, a total area of 6,740 square miles. A POSTAL card that required 15 years to travel 99 miles breaks the record for slow postal delivery. It was posted in Leicester, Eng., June 1881, and has just been received in London. The address was plainly written on the card, and no one knows where it has been all this time IN a new incandescent vapor lamp the oil is first raised to heated tubes to be changed into gas by air pressure, 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. — 29 June 1897

fer if W^ tf THE BEGINNING OF THINGS. In the days before the new era, Alla coochee was a dead-alive village with a «mgle street climbing from the ferry landing on the river bank up to the i\ ealher-beaten courthouse on the first slope of John's mountain. If it differed from other inland county seats in northern Alabama it was on the 6ide of drowsiness and shabby inconse quence Its reason for existence was purely geographical the Chiwassee •valley divides Chilmath county into hahes, and the ferry was a point ac cessible to the farmers in the valley and to the dwellers on Jubal moun tain on the east and John's mountain on the west. In the sprinkling of weather-worn buildings strewn upon the hillside facing the river, but three "were relatively notable. One was the vourthouse. wooden, two-storied, with a classic porch out of which tumbled «, cataract of steps flowing down to the head of the street. Another was Cat ron's store, low and windowless in the rear and self-assertive and prete...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 June 1897

WILLMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY JOHNSO N & LAWSON. VICTOR E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Editorial Contributor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY &VILLA6E. ADVERTISEMENTS.—Display ad's laser, tod for 15 cents per inch per week. Liberal discounts when taken in large quantities or when leftstanding. Local reading notices will be inserted for 5 cents per line each week. Write for terms for the publication r»f legal notices. The WiLiiMAH TBIBUNE has a larger pen 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, $1.25 a year will be charged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, ithy articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully received, when the name D. the writer is made known to the editors. Regular news correspondents wanted in every localit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 June 1897

Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. OUIi 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 kiudly feeling ou your part that gives me your DAY patronage. A. E. Mossberg, I S NOTICE! THE PRICES OF CUSTOM WORK. JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES: Lloll Carding, er pound pinning Single Yarn, er pound. locking Yarn, or 3 ply, per pound.. 5c 15c 23c Highest market price paid for •VOOL in exchange for goods. ^end for samples and prices dso letters from our customers. Ar further information call on IODLUND & JOHNSON, Willmar, write to itrtifield Woolen Mills LITCHFIELD, MINN. HENRY KLAUSER, PROP. I A S fcOUCTRY TRADEMARK REGISTERED- AND PRATT'S FOOD For Horses and Cattle. FOR SALE RODLUN BROS., DEALERS I N F|our, Feed and Vegetables, WILLMAR MINN. We AreIn It! O N WE STOP AT NOTHING. We repair anything that may happen to your wheel, We...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 June 1897

FOURTH JULY'S the finest day of any in the year, At least that's how it alius seems to me. You swell your chest an' take a breath, and find you're breathin' freer, Ez though the air wuz full of lib erty. The crackiin' o* the crackers goin' oft! by packs and packs, The cannon boomin' at the break o' day, Jes' sort o' sends a joyous little shiver up our backs. An' the only thing to holler is "hooray." The big men of the country give us Patrick Henry's speech, An' then recite the Declaration, too, An' the crowd throw up their hats an' cheer with ardor, after each Patriotic orator is through. An' then the silver cornet band (the town ship's joy and pride) Insnirin' airs appropriately play, An' the bangin' an' the poppin' start again on every side, An' the only thing to holler is "hooray." An' after bit when darkness comes, the fireworks fizz an' spout An' Chinese lanterns twinkle midst the trees, An' in the shadders pretty girls are saun terin' about With rounded waists an' dimpled hand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 June 1897

JV fr W J-Wi flePf «$?' .MTir,* SCANDINAVIAN NEWS I in N he O a A HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Events that Have Occurred in the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Fast. STOCKHOLM EXPOSITION The pavilion of the Stora Koppar berg Mining Company is one of the gems of the exposition. And here is really something to see and learn. Th Stora Kopparberg Mining Company is certainly one of the oldest of its kind in the world. There are documents showing that the company was in op eration as long ago as the year 1288. Originally the aim of the company as :imply to work the Falun copper mine, and for centuries this produced more sopper than any other copper mine in the world Its maximum production was reached in 1650, the returns for that year being 3,067 tons. In the 17th 2entury another mine and a saw mill were bought by the company, and about the year 1700 the Svartnes iron mines were secured. At present the sompany is not only the largest pro ducer of iron...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 June 1897

I Paner by Mrs. Cells Kodlun. read at the W. C. T. U. Convention.] You who, with me, have entered upon this great work for the uplifting of humanity who are workers together with Christ in earnest attempts to res cue and save perishing ones, and to comfort and bless the sorrowing, "be hold," as the psalmist says, "how good and how pleasant it is for breth ren to dwell together in unity." I .think that you and I can echo the same sentiment in regard to the sisterhood. How pleasant for us thus to meet and talk over the triumphs and failures of the year that is past, and gird our selves anew for the conflict. Surely, emotions of gratitude and pleasure must fill all our hearts as we convene in session together gratitude to our Heavenly Father, that he has so pros pered our ways, and blessed our under taking, and has raised up so many noble, consecrated, energetic women in different parts of this district to engage in and help push forward this great work for sinning and suffering humani...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 June 1897

ui CO OL LU LU I— O Q_ Our Work. I Paper brMn. Cell* Bodlun. read at the W. 0. T. U. Convention.! You who, with me, have entered upon this great work for the uplifting of humanity, who areworkers together with Christ in earnest attempts to res cue and save perishing ones, and to comfort and bless the sorrowing, "be hold," as the psalmist says, "how good and how pleasant it is for breth ren to dwell together in unity." I think that you and I can echo the same sentiment in regard to the sisterhood. How pleasant for us thus to meet and talk over the triumphs and failures of the year that is past, and gird our selves anew for the conflict. Surely, emotions of gratitude and pleasure must fill all our hearts as we convene in session -together gratitude to our Heavenly Father, that he has so pros pered our ways, and blessed our under taking, and has raised up so many noble, consecrated, energetic women in different parts of this district to engage in and help push forward this great work f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 29 June 1897

-.' W-G.T.U. COLUMN. Our Work. I PaDer by Mrs. Celia Itodlun. read at the W. C. T. U. Convention.] You who, with me, have entered upon this great work for the uplifting of humanity: who are workers together with Christ in earnest attempts to res cue and save perishing ones, and to comfort and bless the sorrowing, "be hold," as the psalmist says, "how good and how pleasant it is for breth ren to dwell together in unity." I think that you and I can echo the same sentiment in regard to the sisterhood. How pleasant for us thus to meet and talk over the triumphs and failures of the year that is past, and gird our selves anew for the conflict. Surely, emotions of gratitude and pleasure must till all our hearts as we convene in session together gratitude to our Heavenly Father, that he has so pros pered our ways, and blessed our under taking, and has raised up so many noble, consecrated, energetic women in different parts of this district to engage in and help push forward this great work ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 July 1897

A- 4ff & famJ& NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. AND. LARSON, President. $125,000.00 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MONEY LOANED OX REAK ESTATE. Collections Receive Prompt and Carefnl Attention. Bank Corner of Fifth Street and Pacific Avenuo. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. A. E.RIOS. President. F. G. HANDY, Cashier O. E. LIEN. Vice President. BANK OF WILLMAR. ORGANIZED UNDER TH E STATE LAWS CAPITAL, $40,000. UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $60,000. DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Money loaned on Real Estate and other securities. Drafts on all prin cipal cities of the world. Passage tickets to and from all points in Europe. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. S I I A N S I A. ILSTRUP, M. D. C, VETERINARY SURGEON, Office at Freese & Freese's livery stable Calls niprht or day promptly attended to. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. DR. P. NELSON, VETERINARY SURGEON, WILLMAR MINNESOTA. J)R. C. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and internal diseases a spe cialty. Office at residence on Second Street. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. MIS...

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

&a Hllnmr I §ribttw. JOHNSON & LARSON, Publishers. WILLMAR, MINN. A CLEVER workman ins cutlery fac tory in Sheffield has made a dozen pairs of shears, each so minute that they all together weigh less than half a grain. Each pair is perfect, and would cut if sufficiently delicate material eould be found. Lying on a piece of white paper they seem no larger than pinheads. THE Salonica correspondent of a Turkish newspaper announces that at the departure of the last train of wounded for Constantinople Mr. Blunt, her majesty's consul, was at the sta tion and gave cigarettes and sugar plums to the men. The Jews of the same town presented each of the wounded with a watch. A FRENCH woman -has invented a home bicycle exercise consisting of a base resting on the floor with two up right posts, one for the handle bars and the other for the pedals, the lat ter being connected to a shaft carry ing a sprocket wheel, which is geared to a brake mechanism to make the work hard or easy as desir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 July 1897

»v kv* THE RED-TOPPED BOOTS. To the last my memory wanders To the happy childhood days. Bringing joyous recollections Of its sports and childish ways But one moment seems the brighter. And my memory longer stops. At the time I wore so proudly Boots with red morocco tops. Fleeting time In quick succession. As the years rolled swiftly by. Brought new scenes and new enjoyments, Changing as the moments fly But of these my mem'ry wearies. And their view it gladly drops, Just to see those boyhood treasures- Boots with red morocco tops. Proud I walked to school in winter. Braving snows and piercing cold. Richer than the envied miser, With his hoard of shining gold. And it seemed—perhaps 'twas fancy That the world in wonder stops Just to gaze but for a moment At those red morocco tops. How I thought I was the envy the boys across the way, With their boots, so plain and clumsy. That they'd worn for many a day. How I felt 'way up and abo\ them. And to play would never stop. Just because my bo...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 July 1897

HI? Its •it- gfrfji iVi"v ?&-." %ru'£^V\VJ*4* tk% W WILLMMJ TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED( EVERY TUESDAY. AT WILLMkR. MINNESOTA, N N & A W S O N TICTOR E. LAWSON, Editor iand Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Editorial Contributor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY & VILLAGE. ADVERTISEMENTS.—Display ad's Infer, 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 etioh week. Write for terms for the publication of legal notices. The WiLLMAB TBIBUNE has a larger yen. eral circulation in Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription booksare open for inspection to advertisers. SUBSCRIPTION price, if paid before end of first year, fl.00 a year: if delinquent long er, $1.25 a year will i)e charged. CONTRIBUTIONS of news Items or short, pithy articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully received, when the name o. the writer is made known to the e...

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

ft. Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. OUli N1UJIT 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 NOT CUSTO WORK.regiments JUST LOOK AT THESE-PRICES: Roll Carding, per pound Spinning Single Yarn, per pound llDC Stocking Yarn, DO 2 or 3 ply, per pound Highest market price paid for WOOL in exchange for goods. Send for samples and prices also letters from our customers.. For farther information call on RODLUND & JOHNSON, Willmar, or write to Litchfield Woolen Mills, LITCHFIELD, MINN. HENRY KLAUSER, PROP. -^mm Svss IRli AND PRATT'S FOOD For Horses and Gaftie. FOR SALE JjfcoDLUN O S DEALERS I N F|our, Feed and Vegetables, WILLMAR M1N N. NOT ALL DEAD *ET. A Soldier Who Fought at Waterloo Still '.. ',,-. Alive atXynn."' Living in the*bnsf city of...

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

WOMAN AND HOME THE DRESSES WE WEAR. "Wfcy Gorvna Mad at me a Chic a ad S a a W is it that professional dress a are presumably, of little education, and no particular a can produce satisfactory vrith a pronounced chic in cut and style "that proclaims at once to be "cus made," while the amateur, it a taste and cultivated artistic in telligenc and perception, should a abortive creations whenever she. to a her dresses, is a prob that is often commented upon. a are certainly not as a as those "built" by professionals, not Wh cannot of in telligence, have straitened in dress themselves and their -daughters without calling in extraneous -aid? I seems such a simple "thing to especially in these days the reliable patterns of latest fashions a be had almost forth ask ing and materials cost next to nothing. Wha is it that stamps it, as it undeni a does, a dress made at home, as sec «©nd-rate? I the first place, the trade-mark, as 'it were, is wanting in amateur work. A dressmaker does everythi...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 July 1897

/'I 1\ •4 if A 7? SSJ? SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes From the Ocean. Across HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Events that Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the *v North Sea Within a Week OP So Just Past. STOCKHOLM EXPOSITION. The managers of the exposition took special pains to induce the Russians to have their leading industries adequately represented. The managers also felt reasonably sure that the exhibits of Russia would be forthcoming on a large scale, because the department of that country at the Copenhagen exposition of 1888 was truly magnificent But this time the managers were doomed to disappointment. The Russian de partment, for reasons best known to the Muscovites themselves, is inferior to their exhibits at the Copenhagen ex position. Indeed, there is a lot of bric a-brac that may interest and amuse the crowd, but no adequate idea as to the nature and extent of the vast in dustries can be obtained. Does Russia fear the competition of Sweden? Or has it ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 July 1897

A good crop ik expected this year. Charley Obliniger left for Otter Tail county last Monjday. Slenard Siverfeon is building a new house this summW. John Ditmarson returned home last Saturday, after having attended the high school at St. Pau for some time. Our temperance society will celebrate the 4th of July at Lake Koronis. qhris Emmerson returned from Cass county, last Saturday. says that if a perbon is in want of exposure and bodily exorcise, he should spend a day in rambling through the woods and the burned down swamps of that country. Lake Lillian Misses Gusta Lancie and Ella Gab riclson were in Willmar last Wednes day. Our little friend, Nick Anderson, was talking horse trade at the county seat Wednesday. Andrew Anderson hpent Wednesday and Thursday in Willmar. The foundation for the new state capitol is about completed. Herman Hawkinson, who acts as boss builder, has promised to surprise us when the job is done! Misses Rosa and Lena Bomstad were in Willmar several days latt w...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 6 July 1897

a ^cotiriljy'last Moi S a iv houBe this, HMSSfc^ John a a A Taxes JS*r 1 8 Saturday,- after a a nigh school at St. |*aulf6r%^.time». i|£ ChiEtempetanc^so^ety^uiQj^epraii county, last Saturday, if a person is in .wwfl&of #apo£uretana I bodily eyercisevhe sho»ld spej*d adajp ini-amblingthrough thewoods.andthe, btlrned down swamp* of thaj'^ouniry '&,? Our little friend, Nick Anderson^was talking horse trade at the county'seat Wednesday.** 5 S Andrew Anderson spent Wednesday and Thursday in W a The foundation lor the new state capitol is about completed. Herman Hawkinson, who acts' as boss builder, has promised to surprise us when the job is done*, Misses Rosa and Lena Bomstad were in Willmar several days last week. School has closed in Dist. •40', and scholars are let loose.1 The closing exercises were participated in by all and the day passed off nicely. Prizes were awarded to Jertina Johnson, Eda Johnson, Willie Waters, Alex Bom stad and others and the interest dis played by ...

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 July 1897

MV"V "fit. $ STUPENDOUS, :ARANCE SALE IEGINS FRIDAY, JULY 16,1897. «^t e^t Entire Stock O AT COST While It Lasts A T- I Wennerlund's $•••+ LOCAL BREVITIES $ John Foshager, of Arctander, had business here Saturday. iff Peter Freeberg is rushing the poll tax business this week. Mi'Henry Stcnson & looking after bib inheritance in Wisconsin. wProf. C. W. Fait made a business trip to Donnelly Saturday. '.\ Jens Rasmussen, of Pennock, lost a cpuple ot cows by lightening June 1(5.: A large number of our citizen^At tended the church dedjcatiQpr_ at, gLcg fMW Lake Sunday. '-./- -'j^\i^H0^ ^James "Sandersonrof WHIniar palled ^©n relatives £nd friendsJjj^ty^eV|.e^-. yday^Atwater R}jy&^M%W$*W> |p|Nick (*abrielspn and P. .Fj-edridfesdn %*Qi ^akelillia were-transacting busi- Read the Story of the Northnelcl robbery as told by Cole Younger on the oI'd page of this issue. The base ball club is trying to ar-' range for a game with the club at Granite Falls for next Saturday. Miss Almquist...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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