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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 December 1897

gcj H' HAMPEN BROS., BELGRADE, MINN-, DEALERS IN Groceries and Dry Goods, We always pay the highest mar ket price for Butter and Eggs, and sell our goods as CHEAP as any in town. Come and Try Us. Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. OILR NIGHT BELL will always sum mon prompt and willing- service when there is serious illness and necessity for prompt relief. NO E A A E FO N I A S I simply ask for that kindly feeling on your part that gives me your DAY patronage. A. E. Mossberg, I S WE HAVE A NUMBER O FIRST-CLASS SECOND HAND WHEELS WHICH W E MUST SELL A ONCE. YO CAN GE ONE A YOUR OW N PRICE. WE AL.80 HAVE IN NEW '97 WHEELS: I $60 6E TS' WAVERLEY. I $80 LADIES' BOSS I $100 GETS' SYRACUSE. 39.00 136.50 159.50 These wheels have been slightly scratched in transit. Not enough to be noticed, but enough to make it possible to offer them at these Prices. I Come In and Look Them Over. J. H. WIGGINS 1 Rev. D. C. Jordahl of Norway Lake was in town yesterday. F...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 14 December 1897

mm 4i Iff* F% 3p f1 it 8c 8 ifef^ ^mmmmmmmmmmmw A O N E I FRANK P. OLNEY, Attorney at Law, Office In Gilger Block, opposite Merchants Hotel. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. SPICER & ROISE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. CITY JUSTICES. W I A I N N E I SAMUEL OLSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in I. 0. Olson Block. WILLMAR, MINN. S I I A N S DR. C. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and Internal diseases a spe cialty Galls answered promptly day or niffht When calling:by telegraph or tele phone srl\e full name, town and section, (or If in village give street) and always say what sickness you think it is. Then you get prompt and efficient service. Office Tribune Building. Residence on Second Street. Telephone No. «53. WILLMAR MINNESOTA. p\ A. ILSTRUP, M. D. 0., VETERINARY SURGEON, Office at Freese & Freese's livery stable Calls night or day promptly attended to WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. A. F. MANTOR, ENTIST, WILLMAR. MINN. I S E A N E O I MARLOW HOUSE. N OLE J. BUCK, PROPRIETOR (joo A a fo...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1897

Vol. 3. Young Man! Fish and Game in their Season. Highest market price paid for Hides and Fur8. WILLMAR, MINN. HAMPEN BROS., BELGRADE, MINN-, DEALERS IN Groceries and Dry Goods, We always pay the highest mar ket price for Butter and Eggs, and sell our goods as CHEAP as .any in town. C«mo and Try Us. .': WE HAVE RECEIVED A $5,000 I Bankrupt 1 stocKl• OF* DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS & SHOES. 5 It was a lucky purchase for us and a good deal luckier for you, as you will now be able to buy season able goods for one-half of what the wholesale price was for what do you think—we bought the stock for 30 cts. on the dollar, and cash is what did it. S don't let your little ones or yourself go around with cold feet when you can get shoes ••for a song." We have put on the market all of our Dry Goods, Fur Coats, heavy All-Wool Pants, Blankets. Quilts, Flannels, Cook and Heating Stoves, Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Tinware, Trunks. Valises, Watches, Jewelry and CHRISTMAS TOYS at Prices which wi...

Publication Title: Willmar Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1897

I I fillnmr §[ritmne. I N E PIUXTIXG CO Publishers. WILLMAR] MINN A SOUTHERNER says that the daisy as in the sonth until after the war. N every part of the south visited by the northern troops is full of daisies. Sherman's march to the sea can be followed in the summer time by the track of the white flower. he seed as brought in the hay sent from the north to feed the horses. A I E S, to, evade the death duties act are causing queer complications in England. Air old man transferred" all his property by deed of gift to his wife, not expecting that he survive her. Sh made a will leav in it to a former beau of hers, and then as killed on the in field. Th husband as thus left dependent on the lover's generosity. Tw thousand dollars deposited by a man named Samuel Lord has been pil in tip interest at the Somersworth, N II., bank for 30 years, during time nobody has appeared to claim it. Th fact as published, and after in vestigations and other necessary de lays, Mrs. Lucy S. Towle, of Ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1897

zc*jzmwii.^»¥*, 8s4» THOSE UTTL E SHOES. A you could speak. tell us *vhose you were—whose dainty feet Onca. irol in rou—whos» lovely head was beat 3P*? eye* to «©e how sweet you looked—ah tae' *?ear seventy years ago! loriff ago. and yet—not long: ago! TINS date, in faded ink. recalls the time "Grandmamma" was young, and slim, and gay Perhaps her wedding shoes ah, f.appy day! Kear seventy years ago' IMcl you belong, perchance, to her first ball* ltni httle golden shoes so bright and small! vVbere. while the hours slipped by. in bngbt at raj. She danced her heart, as well as his, away. Till rtboon sandals broke, and off she flew coax oid Nurse Who was she" Tell us, who? Old do we chest» what secrets must be hid. Past all recall, beneath your heavy lid! In your old drawer repose some treasures ye*. Re-Hcs of those forgot—as we forget. Bring now together for our curious ears Present and past, the lost romance of years And tell the tale of cap and veil and shoe' tVno vras the pretty mai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1897

Obstetrics and internal diseases a spe cialty Calls answered promptly day 01 •ifh When calling'by telegraph or tele- ffin ibone, give full nime. town and section, (or village, give street) and ulway- sa What sickness yon think It in Then you prompt and efficient service. Office lu Tribune Buildinc Ttooidenee 01 Second Street Telephone. No a WILLMAR, MINNESOTA A. ILSTRUP, IX VETERINARY SURGEON, Office at Fieese & Fieese's Hvory stable Calls nitfht or day promptly attended to. WIT A MINNESOTA. A. F. MANTOR, ENTI8T, WILLMAR MINN. A O N E S FRANK P. OLNEY, Attorney at Law, Ofiue in Giljrei Block opposite Meichauts Hotel WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. SPICER & ROISE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. CITY JUSTICES WIL.Ll\/IA.F« I N N E S O A SAMUEL OLSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW OfliLcin Olson Bloc WILLMAR, MINN. I S E A N E O S MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— OLE J. BECK, PROPRIETOR A a a a Stabling W I A I N N I. C. OLSON, Funeral Director and Undertaker, Prompt Attention 1o Competent Attention lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1897

f-JP CHOICE CONFECTIONS! I have opened a Confectionery and Fruit Store in the building one door south of Ekander's tailor shop, whei'e I will be pleased to see all wishing any thing in my line. I shall en A deavor to always keep on hand a FRESH STOCK of the choicest goods, such as Chocolate Creams and other cream candies: also Apples, Ba nanas and other fruits in their season. I will also handle Tobacco and Cigars. Call on 2 me when you want a good smoke, 4 Respectfully, LEW9S FJELLMAN. Defects of Eyesight requiring correction by the use of spectacles are purely mechanical and can be so corrected by the proper ad justment of perfectly made lenses that their effects will be entirely obviated. C. H. ANDERSON, Graduate of Chicago Opthal mic College, is in charge of the Optical work and he guarantees to give proper fit and satisfaction. ANDERSON BROTHERS, Jewelers and «^Opticians. Open All Night Is practically, but not literally, the case at our store. OUR NIGHT BELL will always sum mon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1897

J: I '•7.-A fc- HRISTMAS again! heigho, my lass, How siwift the silent seasons pass! The plans we made but yestermorn These same swift years have laughed to scorn The ship whereon our hopes set sail Hath seldom meta friendly gale The haven where our longings bide Is btill upon the farther side. Bat, thank the Lord! time's wisdom turned Ita glow upon us when we learned Th»t bare rooms bloom beneath the touch Of iove that makes the little much. Christmas again, our babes at play ttring back the vanished years this day "Yea, glad am I that fate's decrees Denied us gold to give us these. And you, whose patient love hath lent A tender grace to banishment— The realm we missed hath naught so dear To me as your fair presence"here. So do I bless the seasons urned, ~Wherein two hearts the lesion learned That bare looms bloom beneath the touch Of love that makes the little much. —Frank Putnam, in Chicago Timos-Her aid WAS the close of a da3r in the early part of December. governor sat alone in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1897

t. t., TEBRY-BRODERICK DUEL Paimjus^BIeetin^ Recalled by Jus tice Field's Retirement. I a in 1 S S 9 a a Sensation in Alt Farts of the W a [Special W a in to Letter. E a at on be a he a a of he me of he it S a a in in file he in to he me to a a on he a a O of or a a as A a S of a if a a-bont SO a of a a a in a a by id A a am in in 1S63. a a of he me of it S a or 04 a a a a a as if a a S as of he a a on he a cifi a a as a as a an a id of a is a a as at or a me he as a a be larw-giver a of an re on of he all of he in he in it in re as an a of a a a a if of a It is said at in at a a he a in is it a re in on he re a no a a a in a he is on he a in a a A a a a in he a of is a a as as he is to a a id S. a an ad in is a a a is a a to a in it on he ot a it S a a a N a a it in at he in a it a a he a a a he a A a a N a at a a in he it in he floor. a me in in 3^."« he it S a S a to a id C. in a S a to a a a as to he on of a he a a in of is a a he a a to S a to I as a of in I a at S a a to in 1S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 21 December 1897

tm A N S SECURITY BANK OF ATWATER. F. A. ANDERSON, ANDREW LARSON, President. Vice President. HENRY STENE, Cashier. Organized^Undef the State^'aws PAID UP CAPITAL. UNDIVIDED PROFITS $25,000.00. $25,000 00 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. FARM LOANS$A SPECIALTY COLLECTION!.RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. FIRE INSURANCE.* „„.„„«, STEAMSHIP TICKETS, ^ma FOREIGN DRAFTS. ATWATER. MINNESOTA. STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG Prasldent M. JORGENSON -vice President JOS O. ESTREM, cashier Organized Dnder the State Laws. CAPITALT$25,000.00. A E N E A BANKING S I N E S S TRANSACTED. Money to loan on Real Estate at Low Inter est. Collections receive Careful Attention. TTKCETS TO AND FROM EUROPE DOMESTIC AN FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. THE KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK. AND LARSON, Piesident. O THORPE, Cashier Organized under the State Laws. PAID-UP CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $125,000.00 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MONEY LOANED ON REAK ESTATE Collections Receive Prompt and Carefnl At...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

4 "i 1 «r s. 1 rfrr HE lonelv night is gone Beam on us, New ^Jmf&^. Tear, trom the 7'-^Sf'r^7^ unfettered dawn, Brighten the in land vales _\rd ^rent with violets all the ley sales. A-d fill the wandering sa.ls. »'om» with thy golden Dotes music from a million feathered th-oats, Flash O'BT the wind-blown d**?p S^-nd thy sun-couriers where the re fWds sleep \nd b*d the toilers reap Thy steps are on the hilla T-iv voice is heard in the tumultuous nils That leap mto the light, Ti\ brow—freed from tae thrat'dom ot the night Is laurel-wreathed and bright *om* in thy kingliest grace, "with glorious gifts undreamed of or *he race \nd where thy empires h* T^re wave the flags of t—edom o.r the 'ree— "ari^nds of liberty' Scattpr thy gifts as broad roils the world beneath the btu- of God W ide swing thy door *t nit-its till the waflings of tne poor \-"f^ to heaven no more v* oranch of peac* Vf o'e- tarth's wars ard liJ th* l-att'e ase \.~d where the red swords !eam I "darkened may the snow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

HP5? W: Vtmar t&ribune. TRIBUNE PRINTING CO., Publishers. WILLMAR, MINN THE pecan crop of Texas is oyer three million bushels and the trees are not bare yet. Texas is the only state which yields a bushel of pecans to every inhabitant and furnishes an abundance for the hogs. Tms oldest university in the world is at Pekin. It is called the ''School For the Sons of the Empire." Its antiquity is very great and a granite register consisting of stone columns, 330 in number, contains the names of 00,000 graduates. FOR the first time in five or six years the membership of the house is com plete, and when Sergeant-at-Arms Rus sell draws his requisition for money it includes pay at the rate of $5,000 a year for every congressional district in the country. It rarely happens that the membership of the house is not broken somewhere by death or resignations. ANOTHER instance of the destructive powers of the English sparrow was exemplified at Hagerstown, Md. A large chimney toppled and fell to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

4 1 't i: wtt a feu.. yM-** SCANDINAVIAN NEWS Interesting Notes Prom Across the Ocean. HAPPEJWSGS-IN THE FATHERLAND. Principal Eventa that Have Occurred la the Old Countries About the North Sea Within a Week or So Just Past. SWEDEN. Sixteen thousand persons have paid their dues to the Swedish tourists' •union for the present year. Sweden has 9.S95 kilometers of rail oads. Seven European countries are «head of Sw cden in this respect The establishment of the steamship line between Irelleborg. Sweden, and assnitz, Germany, proves to be a great boon to southern Sweden, and even fish dealers in northern Denmark send some of their goods via this route. Gustaf Froding, the poet, started a total abstinence society which he called "The Red Ribbon Emil Hill berg joined the society, swelling the total membership to But the found er now seems to have gone back on his creation, for he says in a newspaper communication. "We must not be examples by way of abstinence, but by ay of abstinence -when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

mtmm S I I A N IR. C. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and internal diseases a spe cialty Galls answered promptly day or Bight. When by or telo- rfnouevillagefulcallinstreettelegraph give name, town and section, (or In give and always, say what sickness you think it is. Then you gat prompt und efficient serv ice. Oflce in Tribune Building Residence on Second Street. Telephone No. di. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. J?. A. ILSTRUP, M. D. C, VETERINARY SURGEON, Office at Freese & Freese's livery stable Oalls night or day promptly attended to. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. A. F. MANTOR, DENTIST, WILLMAR. MINN- A O N E S FRANK P. OLNEY, Attorney at Law, Office in Gilgei' Block, opposite Merchants Hotel. WILLMAR, MINNESOTA. SPICER & ROISE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. CITY JUSTICES. W I A I N N E S O A SAMUEL OLSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW Oflieoinl OKon Block WILLMAR, MINN. I S E A N E O S MARLOW HOUSE. —(Norsk Hotel)— OLE J. BECK, PROPRIETOR Good Accomodations for Travelers and Good Stabling...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

A BEAUTIFUL. roadourChrist mas comes, A road twelve months long, And every mile is as warm as a smile. And every hour is a song. Flower and flake and cloud and sun. And the winds that r'ot and sigh. Hav their work to do ere the dreams come true And Christmas glows in the sky. The holly and cedar and mistletoe, They thrilled when the nights were chill, For the maiden's glance and the madcap dance And the lover's foot on the sill. For the Christmas mirth the brave pine grew, Serene and straight and tall, The deep woods knew in their dusk and dew When the dearest of days would fall. To the beautiful home our Christmas comes, To the home that is safe and sweet, With its door ajar for the beam of the Star, And its corner for love's retreat. There the mark on the wall for the golden head Is higher a bit, for, lo! Between Christmas coming and Christmas sped There's time for the bairn to grow. Our Christmas comes with a royal grace, (Forget the ancient grudge!) *Tis the open hand that must ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

@tpr$*£mit*» 189?* SUPPLEMENT TO THE WILLMAR TRIBUNE. WILLMAR, MINN. |ING OUT, ye bells, ye is as bells. Your ad a happy story! Ring1 out, with peals of holy mirth. Your song to all the listening earth! Now far and wide your echoes fling. And wake each laggard heart to sing Hosanna to the little Child— The Lord of Life and Glory! Oh, sweet the sound of Christmas bells. And sweet the music of their swells, Which tell this happy story! God's wondrous gift to us is this Dear Babe, so pure and holy! Long years ago, on Bethlehem's plains, The shepherds heard angelic strains, Proclaiming Jesus Christ was born Their blessed song is ours this morn. Hosanna to the little Child— The Lord of Life and Glory! Oh, sweet the sound of Christmas bells, And sweet the music of their swells, Which tell this happy story! —Hannah Coddington, in Golden Days. AW55oky *5* fe)p OLD ME up, uncle, very up. I can't see, and, oh, they are so beauti ful! You were a darling to bring me, but what is the use of my b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

•\*w, 4 fa* ®f|xl«*m«3» 189?* HEN the year Is new, my dear. When the year is new, Let us make a prom ise here. Little I and you. Not to fall to quar reling Over every tiny thing, But sing and smile, smile and sing. All the glad year through. As the year goes by, my dear, As the year goes by, Let us keep our sky swept clear. Little you and I, Sweep up every cloudy scowl. Every little thunder-growl, And live and laugh, Laugh and live, 'Neath a cloudless sky. When the year is old, my dear. When the year is old, Let us never doubt or fear Though the days grow cold. Loving hearts are always warm Merry hearts know, ne'er a storm, Come ice and snow, so love's dear glow Turn all our gray to gold! -Laura E. Richards, in Youth's Companion. New Year Greeting. My wee, sweet one, with the clustering curls, And the eyes so darkly blue, With the ruby lips and the two white pearls That ever are peeping through, I send you a kiss, where'er you may be, And a greeting full of cheer, May the angels com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

Christmas, t$97* OOD-NIGHT, sweet year. a brought to me Dear friends to love, rare wealth to hold, That gave me flow ers for memory- More precious far than fleeting gold, Good-night, sweet year, wherein I read Full many a page with rare delight Thy latest hour will soon have fled O, pleasant year, sweet year, good-night! Good-night, sad year, that reft away Some hopes I cherished gave the pain Of disillusion dimmed the day With wrecks of labor wrought in vain. Good-night, sad year, that sometimes knew My pillow wet with bitter tears. Good-night, sad year, that drifteth too Par hence on Time's black sea of years. Good-night, blithe year, that to the home Came smiling with so gay a face, Bade roses bloom in hall and room. Sent small feet pattering through the place That woke such bells of melody As touch the eternal chords that ring Where evermore the ransomed be And saints for aye behold the King. Good'-nlght, brave year, that gave me strength, And helped my will to overcome In strug...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

BANK SECURITY BANK OF ATWATER. P" A ANDERSON, ANDREW LARSON. President. Vice President. HENRY STENE, Cashier. Organized Under the StatcILaws. E & CAPITAL UNDIVIDED PROFITS. .125,000.00. .$25,000.00. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ••..FARM LOANSJA SPECIALTY.... COLLECTIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. FIRE INSURANCE.^ STEAMSHIP TICKETS, FOREIGN DRAFTS. ATWATER, MINNESOTA. STATE BANK OF NEW LONDON. PETER BROBERG. President. M. JORGENSON. -vice President. JOS O. ESTREM, Cashier Organized Under the State Laws. CAPITAL, $25,000.00. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Money to loan on Ileal Estate at Low Inter est, Collections receive Careful ~r Attention. TIKCETS TO AND FROM EUROPE DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW LONDON, MINNESOTA. THE KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK. AND. LARSON, President. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. MONEY LOANED ON BEAK ESTATE. Collections Receive Prompt and Carefnl Attention. Bank Corner of Fifth Street and Pacific Avenue. WILLMAR. MINNESOTA. A. E. RICE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willmar tribune. — 28 December 1897

J\i $ a IFE is a count of yfPv losses- y&~M Every year -3 For the weak are heavier crosses. Every year Lost springs with sobs replying Unto weary autumn's sighing, While those we love are dying Every year. The days have less of gladness. Every year, The nights more weight of sadness Every year. Fair springs no longer charm us. The winds and weather harm us, The threats of death alarm us. Every year. There come new cares and sorrow. Every year. Dark days and darker morrows, Every year. The ghosts of dead loves haunt us. The ghosts of changed friends taunt us, And disappointments daunt us. Every year. To the past go more dead faces, Every year. As the loved leave acant places. Every year. Everywhere thesad eyes meet us, In the evening's dusk they greet us, And to come to them entreat us, Every ear. "You are growing old." they tell us Every year. "You are more alone," they tell us, Every year, "You can wm no new affection. You ha\e onlj recollection, Deeper sorrow and dejection, Ev...

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