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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 June 1895

lire 1 &$&£.* Last fall after the campaign when we realized how near we were to victory in the county, and at what tremendous odds we had fought with the limited resources at bur Command, and as the excitement of the cam paign subsided and we were able to deliberately take in the situation, we all agreed that a party organ was a necessity to our cause in the future. We had hired the columns of an opposi tion newspaper at exorbitant rates to enable us to in a meas ure bring our views before the people, but no sooner was the campaign over than that very paper that we had patronized took especial pains to heap oblo quy and abuse upon us. This particularly fired us all with in dignation at such unheard of baseness and aroused us to ac tion at once. We all felt that without some means of defense no populist was safe from the most foul and vile slander at any time, and that those who took any prominent part in our move ment were there after to be hunt ed down by any means no mat t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 25 June 1895

hfr fcstf- &*-.- lis c^ i-i HI W F* 1: «H There is a apbtr in Kansas whM» S •ontainsril that is Mortal p£ 20 ex. Confederate offioers? Their death tras tragio in the extreme, accompa nied aa it was by all the horrors and barbarities of Indian warfare. $ariyinthe oonfliot between the ttortb and sonth Confederates 'were dominant in the Indian Territory and well nighsnooeedod in suppress. tag every spark of loyalty among the Indians there and in Kansas along the southern border. Several bands of the Osage tribe, however, remained loyal. They wero hunted oat by the rangers from Texas and the guerrillas from Arkansas and finally sought refuge within Union territory. On the march to tlio north many of them traveled on foot a dis tance of 300 miles. A great number froze to death onthe route, and their bodies, with only a shroud of snow, were left where they fell to feed the hungry wolves. Finally the bands, under White Wing and Little-Bear, arrived on the Verdigris river and establishe...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

j12 b"- Vol. 1. 1 b-. I SpeciaEiion July~dth, 1895 1776. ,: 7111 II. r:". _. .: ct: 4 44 ,I ii I iil I'i '-i I '-l:xC~ 1 c- =o VVillmar, I®3 l*, MVIinnes( ''-I- I" :.u..,~~aar~~ii L, July 2, 1895. t.+ _. .t:- I.9, rs~r~ ,-,~ -Z+J~'Y-~n~ IIIar~-~P i ,~- -1 :,, -1~i ci,. II ic- ~i ~1 L: .r Frv i, I .i a~uw~uuumru~:rcu~~yusu~,~.r~i rsrjuarPr ~cla~rouu~-u, I rrra -r -I I, I II .... .r sk~l~ '.L gi 41~fi ~R~:::~~ir' a r]cr7kii Hn--~o ta 1 I I tr- r i-- i~~ i_? II. ~h I rt -i-~-e~~li~i i.. ii _.L-~i ~3 i__ ir '_\ -1-1 .: crt LY-l-r ii :-i-. Part First. c/~ 'iti ,, l~i .-b:.i L:i~L:-i :::i 'i"% r: ,is--i A,. i:- -:C 16 _: 1 --. I- -. No. 20 ... 11" '-i s'I Srl Z~

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

"im & $ \t .** r& v^, Wfi»' £ti* t. J» HRttLLMAR TRIBUNE, JULY the Best Sodawater from Carlson Bros. and Frost's 2, '95. is drawn fountain. In their drug store on Pacific Avenue is also headquarters for cigars of the choicest brands. Pay their store a visit if you are interested in their lines of drugs, paints, wallpaper and stationery. The placeto get your magazines. Carlson MErost &» &k OfiZp ^*#k Hartford Bicycles, $80 $*o $50. BICYCLES REPAIRED. Dealer In PIANOS, ORGANS, Everybody who has ridden a bicycle knows how enjoyment depends upon the satisfactory perform ance of the machine. Poor machine, little pleasure machine perfect in design, finish and adjustment, and you reach the acme of serene content. ... Buy & Columbia 'Better than ever this year. & "Peerless in beauty, elegance and strength—lower in price, too A W The beautifully artistic Columbia Catalogue, that tells of these fam ous machines, is free if vou call. The book also tells of reliable ^"De...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

fi' BRANDS ARE lJ"p*s Fresh Salt and Dried Sausages, All kinds. pys G. Ackerman. E. Holt, Ackerman & Holt, Dealers In Cash jaift for HWe sand Fnra. Willmar Roller MILLS Hanscom & Williams, Proprietors. A General Exchange Business done. We pay highest prices for good milling wheat. OUR t-J,\Sr«£ a FANCY, STRAIGHT, OUTRAN!. Andthey shouldbe usedby every patriotic housekeeper in fWillmar. $,$ AJ1 guaranteed to he as good as the A PROMOTER AT POKER. It He Worked His Scheme Well, bat .Felled to Connect. Several weeks ago a prominent railroad official made the acquaint ance of an affable, suave and refined young man, who announoed that his business was that of a promoter, and that he represented an eastern syn dicate which would likely invest several millions in a manufacturing enterprise i» Chicago. The9 railroad official was much taken with his new acquaintance. He invited him to dinner, took him to his .clrfb and in a general way made much of him. And so it nat urally happened ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

m^ "i a* muuuui OUR SPEC a 9 Willmar9 Shoe Repairing Neatly Done. DRYG HORSES ,JOHNSON *$$&£: v. And dress well, and neglect any portion of your body accustomed to a covering. Who would notice a handsome hat in company with You know this is true and so do we, and that is the reason that we carry in stock the Best, the Nobbiest, and the ©1M1HJIH!M I Men's Tan Shoes. Lace Piccadilly toe, at $1.75. Men's Tan Oxford, in tip and plain toe. $1.25 and 1.50 Ladies' Tan Oxford in two stylos at $1.50 ladies' Tan Oxford in lalest style at 85c We can truthfully say that a more complete and better selected stock of shoes than ours does not exist in examine it and get our prices before buying else where. Gent's Furnishing Goods, 9 C7 S O/• (One mile south of Willmur.) Phil. J. Haley Proprietor. Willmar. Have, for sale at low prices a number ol We please ourselves by pleasing you. We need more elbow room and know how to get it. The final reduction on all our goods has been made to day, July 4t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

r-e }M it. L-5S- )i*. it *m$ OU SPECIAL vV J£V Shoe Repairing Neatly Done. MINNEA DRYG Prairie .Views 25ir-^ »f«?V^ 'Wave lor sale ox low prjeos Carriake Horses OHWSON l^rRBDLUs^D And dre§s Well, and neglect any portion of your body actpustomedtd a covering, Who would notice a handsome hat in company with You know this is true eind so do we, and that is the reason that we carry in stock the Pest, the Nobbiest, and the Men's Tan Shoes, Lace Piccadilly .lioe, at $1.75. Men's Tan Oxford, in tip and plain toe, $1.25 and 1.50 Ladies' Tan Oxford in two styles at $1.50 Ladies' Tan Oxford in latest style at 85c We can truthfully say that a more complete and better selected stock of shoes than ours does not exist in Willtnar, and it will pay you to come and examine it and get our prices before buying else where. .^'.^•"•Geiit's Furnishing Goods, *sv Ladies9 & Children's Shoes We please ourselves by pleasing you. We need more elbow rooni and know how^ to get it. The final reduction on all...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

ftf '**. $f Mature ,Mltes. Miss Beata Lundberg came up from Minneapolis last week. Jens Larson returned last week from a trip to Devils Lake, N. D., where he has been visit ing his two sons, John and Iver Larson, will continue as long as goods last. The Mamre creamery is receiv ing over 7Q00 lbs. of milk daily, and everything points to sucoess. Misses Emma Nyberg, Christine Eklund and Annie Abraham son have returned from Minneapolis after several years absense. Mission meetimgs were held in Lundby, Saturday aud Sun daw. Among the attending min isters we noted Missionary Matt son, from China, and two former pastors of the Salem congrega tion, Revs. Youngquist and Sjoquist. .„ The Tribune's Kerkhoven cor respondent took in the Lundby meeting, and incidentally had a consultation with us regarding the bondary line between our respective territories. J. E. Pelvin and Chas. Swen son "bicycled" out to Lundby. They didn't know it had been raining before they started out, but they had no dou...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

f^ W l4~ "ft 'V'WK fs 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, JUL 2ND, 1895. As we have said before the silver issue means a good deal more than simply free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 of gold. In fact there is to-day no better way to judge a man's pol itical philosophy than to ascer tain his views on the silver question. It is the almost infal lible touch stone by which you can tell whether a man is a demo crat or a plutocrat whether he believes in a government of, by, and...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

»^*$$s y*-- ij:&m^^^^^^^^^^^mmA^mm Agricultural Department. EDITED BY N E S QUAM, Norway Lake, Minn. The suggestion and agitation of the I NE in regard to the organization of a Farmers Sav ings and Loan society is a most excellent move. That ought to be carried into effect, the sooner the better Most of our farmers have large loans in the shape of mortgages on their farms run ning from three to five years, all coming due at the same time Now in order to be able to meet this loan when it becomes due small savings must be laid aside from the first year after the loan is made and the qnestion arises, w,hat to do with those small sums They are too small to make it practicable to loan out to neigh bors, and put them into banks at five percent when they are pay ing 8 to 10 percent seems unbusi nesslike and so the farmer takes his savings and invests them in more land, buildings and other improvments or squanders them away in luxuries or for drinks and when the mortgage comes due all t...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

F4F C1I» I !i-T ^, !!*•*#a Nils Mikkelson of New London, was in the city last Friday. Miss Etta Pease returned to Willmar Tuesday, after an extend ed visit in the Dakotas. Rev. O. 0. Estrem and A. O. Sather attended the Norwegian Synod convention at Rothsay last week. John L. Johnson of Renville was a visitor in town last Wednes day. Miss. Carrie Skeie of New Lon don visited with Miss. Hannh Johnson last week. Abont dO species of humanity generally called tramps were gently, politely ^nd forcibly re quested by the marshals to leave the City last Tursday. They grumbled but had to "get." Mr. and Mrs C.% M. Lawson of of New London 'and Mrs P. O. Swanson of the vicinity of Spicer, visited with Editor Lawson Thursday and Friday of last week. "Our esteemed contemporary, the Daily Morning Liar of St. Louis remarks that "silver fails to rise in price because there is no more demand for it." It also insists that the main reason why we should not coin the supply of silver is because it is che...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

fe «». fe* mi- Special Edition July 4th, 1895 Vol. 1 'M ft Welcome The Queen City of Central Minnesota, in The Garden County of the State, To-c1ay, on this One Hundred and Nineteenth Anniversary of American Independence, Bids You, One and All, WELCOME! Our smiling lakes and stately groves clad in the lovely garb of Minnesota summer foliage, Invites you to enjoy nature in all her beauty, While the Eagle screams the refrain to the re-echoing voice of Thomas Jefferson reverbera ting down the vista of a century of time the im mortal manifesto of American liberty and independence, and patriotic music stirs within you the fire of higher thoughts, of nobler deeds and of grander actions for human progress on the Ameican Continent. Willmar hereby delivers the keys of the city to all of you, honored guests, and bid you all enjoy yourselves while within her tabernacle. Let us all unite and shout with a welkin ring till Mother Earth shall leap with joy in her eternal course. "The Star-Spangled ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

f"~* W^ TMH lh 'rif \T BOYHOOD'S DAY* l"ntae tile Has wo I ^daMjrallthtoBi.cooBpiw v"fadtack «ltar Are. tempter «pok© I braTely: "NayT "WW legends men affix To helpleaaMYenty-six." And though lre'd fain no fair intention i»iv Bhonld onto narrative desire impel one, TU tweeter task to listen than to talk, T» near a wartime story than to tell one, If he builds word on word Who saw the thing, not heard. Bat this Is boyhood's day. No "grownups" tall Must relegate to their vain uso its glory. Par youth has eagerly imbibed it all— Our nation's Revolutionary story— And feels, perhaps of right. Part of each march and fight. Now may our past within our present live, To deeds of heroes dead be this the sequel, while heaven shall seedtime and harvest give That all men shall, in fact, befreoand equal Then shame shall dim no eyes Turned where our banner flies. —Chicago Inter Ocean. CAUGHT ON THE FLY. Georgetown wasgoing to colebrate the Fourth of July, and among other attrac tionswastohave a gra...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

$2& Of all tiie land beneath, the akjr This bestu tbs whole caboodle. Besides she's aim, and that is why Wr fling: her banners forth on high. And. ToHey Yankee Doodle. Here's ail thai may delight the eye Or please manly spirit Plains biy and fair, hills bine and high. And aea. washed shores,, and smiling: sky Do Freedom's sons inherit Here man is man. and fame and place Are earned, not heritages. The tanner wins glorious race The great rail splitter's sad, strong faoa Looms large on history's pages. Old Europe trembles at the sign: That bids her thrones ring hollow While sixty million, sons of time Set mat the pace, lead swift the line And leave the world to follow. Still let ns lead. The cause of man Is worth man's best endeavor. Still, ran the course the patriots ran. Still keep Old Glory in the van Forever and forever. A BURST OP PATRIOTISM. BY VIOLA KOSEBORQ' rCbpyright ISOG, by American Press Associa tion.} Mr. Waterman, and bis sister had just gotten, off the train at a li...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 2 July 1895

PSfer I'-HJfc HI 't' 1 55 & I 3JC Cloth. In the DRY GOODS and NOTION Department will he found all the latest styles and novelties, comprising in part: Eglantine Dress Cloth. Fallie Francies High-life Dress Cloth. White and Colored Crepes. Jaconate Duchesse Muslins. French Dimity. Plain and Fancy Duck. Striped Welts. Plain and Dotted Swiss Muslins. Windsor Percale 30 inches wide. Francies Brascatte Plaid Ginghams. Scotch Plaid Ginghams. Toil Dehove Ginghams. Novelty Dress Combs. French Merino, French Cashmere, Silkaline, Bastist Fiber Chamois made that light Summer Duchesse hang like gros grain. Makes it hold its shape in the damp evening air. Makes the costume lighter than any other interlining. FEATHERBONE is the best to make your dress look Stylish and Comfortable. Featherstitch Finishing Braid made in Germany. Ladies' and Gent's Mackintoshes, best valuer we are closing at BARGAINS. Our Ribbon Department is complete. Laces, Embroideries, Velvets, Silks and Trimmings of all kin...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 July 1895

fiP&r mm .T*rtftSitX.J *.v ^^fS^r^^f 1 f$kW#F Vol. 1 July 4 1 'TWAS A GLORIOUS DAY AT WILLMAR. Big Crowds, Good Program, Lots of Enthusiasm. Willmar does not often cele brate the Fourth, but when she does, it is on a grand scale, Thus last Thursday, as the gray dawn in the east came steal ing on, the guns and omnipres ent fire-cracker began to roar. Young America was in his ele ment, and the day being fine, was enjoyed by all. Early in the day teams by the hundreds streamed in from eve ry point of the compass, and the trains unloaded big crowds, so by ten o'clock the streets were thronged by thousands of jjeople from the remotest towns of the county and from outside towns. It also at that time become ap parent that the business men of Willmar were preparing a grand industrial parade. They had caught the genuine 4th of July enthusiasm, and when the pa rade swung into line and float af ter float wheeled by, it proved no trifling affair. About thirty rigs, fixed out in every concei...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 July 1895

i: ••gf-Sv*^ ItfL. ."V WILLMAR TRIBUNE. Published every Tuesday at WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, BY JOHNSON & LAWSON. CHMiTIAFjOffiSsoOSttopT 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 to merchants and others wishing to attract the attention of the country people. Subscription price, $1 a year when paid in advance otherwise 91.25. 15 cts. extra for postage outside the county. OFFICE IN GILGER BLOCK:. TUESDAY, JUL 9TH, I&l & that party in South Dakota and he is not subject to the laws as an ordinary man. Of course the 1895. "Speaking of Taylor, the Dakota defaulter, theWillmar TRIBUNE gets excited thusly: 'How is it that this man Taylor can steal a quarter of a million dollars of the state fund and thus escape? He is a Republican, he belongs to the G. O. P., that is it. He is one of the leaders of Republican party might not be ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 July 1895

:M- m&. :§£i •m SS-v- H»2:* $& WIIXMAR VS. BENSON. The thousands who witnessed the game of ball on the Fourth at Willmar will be interested in the TRIBUNE'S complete report of the same. We will not indulge in any comments. The progress of the game may be clearly follow ed in the report. WILLMAR. o*d & ST ws S'g.o* a 9 5 3 5 (to & a 2 CD W CD S8 7s en •d H» H» H» O* co o* cr* H* O O H» cr tsS H» CO M) Ha cr & CO W crcr *£. CO CT INS t— Ms cr O CD CO O rt cr crcTcr & O O O t—k O i—k H» cr CO OD CO cr cr H» H» O O l-1 O t-k H» O* H» H» O W O W & IvO a Battery, Haverty and Bonde. Struck out by Haverty, 11. Hit by pitched ball, 1. Bases on balls, 4 Wild pitches, 0. Pass balls, 0. Umpire, Johnson Scorer, Sec. BENSON. c3 2. cr- Sr4 'l*§-3 cr CO 3 8 c$ CO 05 -£2 H» cr co cr^3 Hs cr ts» O O O t-1 I-1 CT O O O 1— ISS h-' cr cr cr ts CO $ O O O 1 CO Ms H» p* cr i— Ha cr cr I-* '05 H* H» H» crcr Ha CT Ha Ha os O O O O O O O A 4 00 cr O O O S3 h-' H* i—* *-k Battery, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 9 July 1895

Arctander Atoms. Wie glorious Fourth has come 'gone! Ttoe TRIBUNE looked neat in its new dress last week. s* Student Landal, from Redwing seminary who, intend to go to China next fall as a missionary among the Chinese, held a mis sionary lecture at the East Nor way Lake church Sunday of last week. Revs. Reitan and Pjelstad also made short speeches. The members of the Hauges church were also present. JRLast Sunday Mr. Kvil held P* services in the East Norway Lake church and K. T. Rykken, of Dovre, in Hauges church. S. Hallestad is now teaching school in town of Kerkhoven, Swift county. Rev. D. C. Jordahl attended the meeting of the Minnesota Dist. of the Norwegian Synod, in Otter Tail county, lately, and E.last O. Negaard was there as a dele gate from the East Norway Lake Synod church. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Johnson vis ited at Hans Peterson's, town of Norway Lake, lately. Mrs. Larson, of Monitowoc county, Wis., spent three weeks here lately, with her uncle, G. O. Hough, and others. Jens ...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 16 July 1895

i* A *•£_$• Vol. 1. ft A HAIL STORM. A hard wind storm passed ov er the county Sunday afternoon. In places it was accompanied by rain and destructive hail. The stretch of country beginning at a point near Raymond and extend ing in an easterly or northeaster ly direction to near Lake Wacon da (commonly known as Grass Lake) suffered severely from hail. The farms of the follow ing are among those more or less damaged, the average loss being about one half of crop: John Hagerman, Peter Larson, Jens Larson, Jens Anderson, Chas. Isakson, Herman Swilling, Nils F^rson, Jens Lurson Stevens. Nels Nelson. Chas. Bjerkness. J. W. Johnson, Martin Hogan. Swan Nelson, Jr Nils Peder Hanson. Gust Nord. Chas. Berg, Lars Erickson, And others. The rain fall in the northern part of the county where it was most needed, was very light, Willmar an inch of rain fell. At THE CROP OUTLOOK. The greatest interest is at pre sent centered on the outcome of the crops. Rye and barley is now being cut, and is an imme...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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