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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

1 «fe' **&M '!?& le* Wit ^^i »«5» OT, I ^Eli^X *i£ *& Tii&Z&J&W.j&dL *n* •j?-.",? .«-*»' ?^y4a'i*:^5re^:j'«. VV tf-yei A $• '&<mzK^r im Voi: 3. «?#a A 'SP4 [#**& ,W? V** S^f r* tlSTURINPPUS 4® FAR-REACHING, ^ALL-ABSORBING 5 CLEARANCE SALE ^BEGINS FRIDAY,^: SjULYil6,1891 •, 4 u' '-'*, ,^,r .. i^ .*..,•' ^uuiiY^iei Entire Stoel^l 4 ''V- 'V^i'^W^AS SILVERWAR I CflST pt'While If a fi5^ If £0CAL.|K^!^^fI &J£oia is of a to »w Pfs3 .•"•"ten* ^/S*2 •*Wi -k&r v* &kJM8K*i-*d •#&/•+ s«#: -*rsT fVft_ Read the Story ^of the Northfield robbery a3 told by Cole Yptfnger 9 the Srd-^age^ of this issue. The baise ball crubasf'trying*n(T'ar range for a game with the club at Granjte. Elalls., tot next Saturdayv \«v Miss Alm^uist^has,taken charge,of the Salviation Army. Captain Aim quist seems to'be w^U qualifiedfpr her position. "JKW '4 AVeddihg will take platje^at Wiute field when Nels 'Nelson (Judstrnpj from A norse belonging^to O farmer liv ing n...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

v/ JOHNSOK A L^WSON, Publishers. I A MINN. A FRENCHMAN has just patented a very simple motor carriage, which has only two wheels, and yet keeps its balance, the wheels being placed side by side on a downwardly-curved axle, with the weight of the machinery be low the center, the usual gas engine being used to propel the carriage. A SPLENDID Raphael exhibition is be ing planned at Urbino for August, when a monument to the great Italian painter will be unveiled at his birth place. Pictures will be contributed from all the famous Italian collections, with engravings of the chief master piece which are not available for the exhibition. I IT is estimated that the disburse ments of money in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky for wheat alone will this year be not less than $7,000,000 in ex cess of last, and, as other crops prom ise well, it follows that the farmers of these states will. handle several mil lions of dollars more this year than they did last HUMAN perspiration, if injected into dogs o...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

fllm&rl §/ribnm. JOHNSON & L^WSQS, Publishers. WILLMAR, 4 MINN. A FRENCHMAN has just patented a very simple motor carriage, which has only two wheels, and yet keeps its balance, the wheels being placed side by side on a downwardly-curved axle, with the weight of the machinery be low the center, the usual gas engine being used to propel the carriage. A SPLENDID Raphael exhibition is be ing planned at Urbino for August, when a monument to the great Italian painter will be unveiled at his birth place. Pictures will be contributed from all the famous Italian collections, with engravings of the chief master piece which are not available for the exhibition. IT is estimated that the disburse ments of money in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky for wheat alone will this year be not less than $7,000,000 in ex cess of last, and, as other crops prom ise well, it follows that the farmers of these states will handle several mil lions of dollars more this year than they did last HUMAN perspiratio...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

-A apf it,? ft* •r MME S K& ,•*«.'* Mf ljl^fll|li( IKS life After Twenty-One Years' Silence the Chief Conspirator Makes Public a State ment of the Facts of the Crime. In view of the fact that ihe state board of pardons will, at their next meet ing, be asked to pass upon the matter of a pardon for the Younger Brothers, the eldest of them, Cole Younger, after a silence of twenty-one years, makes the following statement, giving an account of the Northfield bank robbery: Hon Henry Wolfer, Warden State Prison, Stillwater, Minn Sir—For the first time I will now write out and give the facts of the raid made on Northfield, Sept 7, 1876 We left Mankato Sept. A for Northfield We had been informed that ex-Governor Ames, of Mississippi, and General Benjamin Butler, of Massa chusetts, had deposited $75,000 in the national bank at that place, and it was the above information that caused us to select the bank of Northfield. I have seen it stated several times in the news papers that we were fr...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

WILLMAR PUBLISHED BV &• I A TIOLOR LAWSON. JOHNSON E. LAWSON, Editor and Business Manager. CHRISTIAN JOHNSON, Special Editorial Contributor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF C0UTY&VILU6E. ADVERTISEMENTS.—Displayad'sinser. 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 lor 5 cents vet line each week Write for terms for the publication of legal notices. The WiMiMAtt TBIBUWB has a larger Fen eral circulation in Kandiyohi county than any other newspaper. Our subscription books are open for inspection to advertisers. SUBSCRIPTION price, if paid before end of flrstyear, $1 QOayear: if delinquent long er, $1 25 a year will te charged CONTRIBUTIONS of news items or short, jithy articles on questions of general inter est are thankfully received, when the name o. the writer is made known to the editors. Regular news correspondents wanted in every locality not already represented. Write for terms and I...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

W*i to» A'*, ii Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. OUE AlCrJET BELL will always sum mon prompt and willing service when there is serious illness and necessity for prompt relief. NO EXTRA CHARG E FOR NIGHT A S I simply ask iov that kindly feeling on your part that gives me your DAY patronage. A. E. Mossberg, I S NOTICE *, CUSTOM WOBK, JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES: Roll Carding, per pound £)C Spinning Sinyle Yarn, per pound ,, ... I O Stocking Yarn. 2 or 3 ply, per pound 2 Highest market price paid for WOOL in exchange for goods. Send for samples and prices: also letters from our customers. For further information call on RODJLUND & JOHNSON, Willmar, or write to Litchfield Woolen Mills, LITCHFIELD, MINN. HENR KLAUSER, PROP. ttSto, AND PRATT'S POOD For Horses and Cattle. FOR SALE I^ODLUN BROS., DEALERS IN F|our, Feed and Vegetables, WILLMAR I N N We AreinIt! O N Bieyele Repairs WE STOP AT NOTHING. *WB repair anything that -„-_ J' may happen to you...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

I THE LITTLf5 OLD CLERK. 'The little old clerk lis thin and gray, And his coat is shiny at every seam His hat belongs to a long-past day, And his boots are patched, 'neath the blacking's gleam. "Shabby-genteel," or scarcely that. The passers-by dub him, with vulgar scorn That little old clerk in the napless hat The faded coat and the boots so worn. The little old clerk, from ten till five, With a slight respite for a meal between. Sits writing on, in a human hive, The busiest bee 'mong the drones, I ween. Smart young fellows, in well-made suits, (His-fellow clerks) sneer, with a scornful eye, At the faded coat and the old patched boots, And ask him if better he cannot buy. The little old clerk takes his napless hat Prom off its peg, when his toil is o'er, Brushes the coat that they all sneer at, Then, with patient smile, passes through the door. Twenty long years he a clerk has been In that office dim—yet no higher goes Many placed over his head he's seen— The old clerk passed by in...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

i\ *. 1 WOMAN AND HOME. CALLS WOMEN SAVAGES. A S a a S A a I Many women, and especially the mothers of the far west, are guessing as to whether they shall accept Brama charian Bodhabhikshu, a white-robed and turbaned Hindoo visitor to the re cent woman's congress in San Francis co, as a popular or unpopular repre sentative. Although one of the most enlightened and intellectually superior citizens of the orient who has ever vis ited this country, his alleged remarks on the character of western women have raised an unlimited amount of dis cussion and society gossip among the residents of the Pacific coast. Bodhabhikshu is the supremely dar ing man who declared in effect that the women of the western United States are sat ages. This brutal conclusion fol lowed on a beautifully worded descrip tion of woman as the fine flower of civ ilization, and it was on account of this all the more cruel. If there is. one thing on which the western woman prides her self it is that she is civilized. S...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

E O E S O I E WnxMkR, July 12, 1897. Regular meeting W the village coun cil. Present—Aldetmen Nasset, Ram sett, Wold, Tallman, Karwand, Nel son and President Johnson. The minutes of the regular meeting were read and approved. The following bills were read and same refered to linanco committee: O. Marlow, work on streets $3 75 Conrad Swenson, do Soren Lorentzen, do John Gorwell, do JJ John Peterson, do P. E. Carlson, do Mr. Parson, do Anton Sundbci-g, do. Ole Johnson, do 2 50 2 50 5 62 25 1 Nils Christopherson, do Nils Peterson, do jgj P. C. Sorenson, do *j W Aug. Sejrerstt-om, do & W Andrew Ogren, do J Nils Anderson, do F. L. Smith, do -JJ C. G. Sandberg, do *w« Peter Anderson, do Jona Aim,/do Nils Berg, do W August Sundlin, do Ole Birkeland, do Peter Magnus on, do Hans Johnson, do.. Jens Larson, do Wigdahl & Nilson, do Nielson & Frese, Charlie Berg, do W. E. Hays, do M. J. Subschanakc, do Henry Hanscom, carrying water. 2 Peter Freeberg, services an spe cial police 2 00 ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 13 July 1897

%$s S f4f*\i*i 5-. ^^e^^njjw'-J^y ,12, 189? Regular meeting®! the Village cotin- oil Present—Aldehnen Nasset,, Ram sett, Wold, Tallman, Karwand,', Nel son and President Johnson. The mioutes of the regu\a£jn|jetgg 'were read and approved, y^« The following/bills were read and ^same refered to finance committee:^ O. Marlow, work on streets..:... .#* 75 Conrad Swenson, do Soren Lorentzen, do. John Gorwell, do.... John Peterson, do... *. P. E. CarlsoD, do C.L..Smith, Sandberg, do Peter Anderson, do /Jonas Aim,/do :, 2 50 ....: 25 0 ., 5 62 ..... 1 25 62 4 68 Mr. Parson, do Anton Sundberg, do Ole Johnson, do Nils Christopherson, do. Nils Peterson, do.o P. Sorenson 25 00 Aug. Segerstrom, do. j» W Andrew Ogren, do S 2s Nils Anderson, do do Nils Berg, do August Sundlin, do Ole Birkeland, do jg Peter Magnuson, do Hans Johnson, do... .• £U Jens Larson, do JJx Wigdabl & Nilson, do -. ow Nielson & Frese, do Charlie Berg, do J{ «J W. E. Hays do M. J. Subschanake, do..- 22 50 Henry Hansco...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 July 1897

HC7 Vol. 3 r» AV J1 LOCAL BREVITIES J. H. Wiggins Co. is branching out for Benson trade. Born to Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Gynild on 16th inst a boy. County Attorney Nordm made a trip to the Dakotas last week. Miss Annie Moline left Tuesday for a visit to friends in the Twin Cities. The Swediah Lutheran ladies meet at Mrs. Peter Nelson's next Thursday afternoon. Jack Costello left Monday for Hutchinson where he will put in sever al days fishing. The Aid Society of the Conference church meets at Mrs. P. A. Andreen Wednesday afternoon. Master Abraham and Mis&es Alice and Ray Levy of St. Paul are paying a visit to their uncle, Mr. Sam Natel son. Miss Ida Records, operator at Ben son, Minn., came down Tuesday and will spend a few days recuperating at Green Lake. Miss Nellie Carner, of St. Paul, who has been paying a visit to her friend Miss Mayme Nockles returned to her home Tuesday. Confirmation and communion ser vices will be held at the Swedish Luth eran church next Sunday. The local p...

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 July 1897

1 & I? 5 tf? A-fc Wmm\ tribune. JOHNSON & LAWSON, Publishers. WILLMAR, 4 MINN. AUSTRALIAN exploration claims two more victims. The bodies of Messrs. Jones and Wells, the missing1 members of the Calvert expedition to western Australia, have now been found after many months' search. Evidently the unfortunate men perished from thirst and exposure. CALCIUM carbide is being tried in France as a remedy against the phyl lozera. The residuum left from the manufacture of acetylene is used, mixed with calcium phosphate. When wet with water it disengages phosphor* etted hydrogen, which is a powerful destroyer of insect life. IN 28 years Harvard university has received in gifts of money and build ings an aggregate of $9,209,703, the cash gifts amounting to $7,839,703, or an average of $280,000 a year, If this is maintained Harvard will receive $28,000,000 from gifts of money alone during the coming century. A NUMBEU of states already debar from office any person who has fought a duel or...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 July 1897

I u.j 1 1 a tt Interesting Note From the Ocean. HAPPENINGS IN THE FATHERLAND.Risor. Principal Events that Have Occurred In the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Fast. STOCKHOLM EXPOSITION Th tourist and sport building' con tains large pictorial representations of he chief pleasure resorts in Sweden, the landscape paintings alone having •cost upwards of S5.000." A to sculpture, Sweden is far better represented than the other Scandi navia countries. "Norwa has not a single work of real rank," while the representation of Denmark is fairly good. One of the most interesting as well •as instructive features of the exposi tio of the city of Stockholm is a cross section of a street, natural size. Th section is supposed to have been made across Norrlandsgatan where it crosses Hamngatan Th depth of the cut is 12 feet, and shows the gas pipes, water mains, sewer, telephone cables, elec tric light cables, Th beer brewing industry is repre sente in a very substantial way...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 July 1897

Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. QUifc NIGHT BELL will always sum mon prompt and willing service when thfc*e Is serious illnesfc' and necessity for prompt relief!. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR NIGHT CALLS. I simply ask for that kiudly, feeling oh your part that gives me your DAY patronage. A. E. Mossberg,. I 8 NOTICE I CUT RICHT IN TWO, THE PRICES OF CUSTOM WORK! JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES: Roll Carding, per pound Spinning Single Yarn, per pound 1 0 Stocking Yarn, 0 2 or 3 ply, per pound «&s$C Highest market price paid for WOOL in exchange for goods Send for samples and prices also letters from our customers. For further information call on RODLUND & JOHNSON, or write to Willmar, Litchfield Woolen Mills LITCHFIELD, MINN. HEiSRY KLAUSER, PROP. RATtS POULTRY •TRADE MARK REGISTERED* AND PRATT'S FOOD For Horses and Cattle. FOR SALE BY RODLUN BROS., DEALER8 IN F|our, Feed and Vegetables, WILLMAR TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT jcm^mow& Jiikwi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 July 1897

T? J! \*»ij AtTDiTOR's O I E Petition of Oscar B. Thorson, and others, for the formation of a new school district in Towns of Roseville and Irving, which was set for hearing at this session, was taken up. Proof having been filed that notice of hear ing had been given according to law, the petition was publicly read, and in terested parties present given a chance to present arguments for and against the granting of said petition. After all interested parties having been heard, the board decided to defer final action on this petition til 11 ater. Petition of Enock Gunner, and others, for a change of county road in Town o" East Lake Lillian was pre sented. Proof having been liled that notice of presentation had been post ed according to law, the pitition was publicly read, and interested parties present given a chance to present their arguments for and against such change of county road, after due considera tion the petition was accepted, and, on motion, Commissioners Quist and Fly gar...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 July 1897

TH E ROAfc AND TH E RIVER. It was a wondrous road, and beautiful In places It wound around the foot of wooded hills, Uow underneath great beetling cliffs with sullen faces. Then down the softest valleys, where the trills -Of sylvan songsters filled the laughing, flower-clad meadows With music till the hour of evening prayer Then, picking its way through undis covered starlit shadows, To places slumberful, and strange to care. The road was wide and long it had no known beginning The end no mortal eye could see ^"orrns tantalizing, beautiful, well worth the winning, Seemed ever beckoning to some good to be. .And so the road wound in and out, across morasses That shook beneath the tramp of host on host While up and down and through the dark ened mountain passes The tireless way led on from post, to post. 13eside this ancient road, unseen, unheard, a river Forever hugged the shore. Its stealthy tread, •So soft and velvety it was, ne'er caused a shiver Among the heedless throng, nor thou...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 July 1897

W WOMAN AND HOME HINTS FOR WHEELWOMEN. Cyciingf as an Art, as a Scienc a as a a Cycling has,becom both a science and an art, since being merely a big for "knowin how," and art, "the best way. Mieapplied effort never met it less encouragement than it does awheel, says an expert in the N York Journal. It means visible discomfort, loss of pleasure, and, eventually, phys ical injury \o the rider, to say nothing of the distressing spectacle she pre sent or the ridicule and amusement af forded the passers-by. O, wad some power the giftie gie us To see oursels as ithers see us! he beginner, has been told to "sit up straight," assumes a painfully erect position. If the saddle is not properly adjusted the tip of the spine comes in contact it it, and the jar ring is most injurious to the spinal column Again, the rider in this pos tur depends upon the leg muscle alone for propulsion, as the weight of the trunk is thrown entirely upon the sad dle. This is a great loss of power. Th opposite extr...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 July 1897

Sb^"*' fM A il #*r A" A }*rocen|on of Worms. In some of the Hungarian forests anc in the pine-'miods of Norway there ex ists a tiny, wormlike insict called the striata, of tle genus tipula. During the month of Jijy or early in August they gather together in large numbers, pre paratory to Migrating in search of food or for change of condition. When set ting out on this journey, they stick themselves together by means of some glutinous fatter and form a huge ser pent-like mass, often reaohing a length of between 40 and 50 feet and several inches in thickness. As. the sciara ia only on an average about three thirty seconds of an inch in length, with no appreciable breadth whatever, the num ber required to compose a continuous line of the size above mentioned is al most incalculable. Their pace is, of course, very slow, and upon meeting an obstacle, such as a stick or stone, they will either writhe over or around it, sometimes breaking into two bodies for this purpose. M. Guerin-Menevil...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 20 July 1897

tt t'*%*$ rom* tfWe fcutigariaii forests ape in the piiMHWoods of Norway the*© ex iata a tinyk *vormlike int&ct called the aciata, of tJie genus tipula. Dnriug the month of Jijy or eayly i£ August thej gather together ip/ large numbers, pre paratory to|nigrating in search of food or fox chanie of condition. When set ting out oil this Journey, the/ stick themselves fogGthe* by means of some glutinous natter and fprn& huge serP pent-like mass,! often reaching a length of between 40- and 60 feet' and several inches in thickness. As. the sciara & only on an average about three thirty seconds of an inch in length, with no appreciable breadth whatever, the num ber required to compose a continuous line of the size above mentioned is al most incalculable. Their pace is, of course, very slow, and upon meeting an obstacle, such as a stick or stone, they will either writhe over «r around it, sometimes breaking into ttfo bodies for this purpose. ,t M. Guerin-Meneviller a celebrated ...

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 July 1897

[H, W PPs- •fik? Vol. 3. CONTENTS. PAGE 1 —Local and Railroad News. PAGK 2— Gcnoial News Unveiling1 of Logan Monument. Congress. Base ball, Mi unesot.i News, Etc PAGE —Notes from the Stockholm Exposition News from Sweden, Nor way and Denmark Synopsis of New Tariff Law. Maikets and Crop Re ports Two Columns of Humorous Tleadinjr PAGt 4 —Editorial Comment Pop ulists Ask Foi No Special Favors, Greenbacks Must Go, Etc PAGE 5 —Proceedingsof the County Board of Equalization County Com missioners Proceedings Notes fiom Kingville and Kandiyohi PAGE 'A Case of Equity In ternational Sunday School Lesson foi August 1 PAGE 7 —Departments Farm and Gaiden and Women and Home PAGE 8—Village Council Proceed ings Ileal Estate Transfers W Column Other News WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW~~I LOCAL BREVITIES A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A M. O. Thorpe visited at Salmon Lake Sunday. Miss Mable Rodlun Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Nelson, of White field, spent Sunday in Willmar. Mr. Shipstead went...

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