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ll.00 per yard^ this sale 65 cents.
75 and 85 cents per yard 50 cents
A great many other bargains in silk.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Henriettas, former price $1.00 & 90 cts this sale 50 cts
Serge $1.00 this sale 50 cts
Serge 75 & 65 cents, this sale 39 cts
Dress goods sold for 35 cents, this sale 20 cts
25 cents, this sale—: 15 cts
Dress Flannel, former price 50 & 60 cts this sale.33 cts
Broadcloth, cheap at $1 00 per yd this sale 67 cts
Dress Duck former price 18 and 20cts this sale
Taffeta Moire, former price 25 cents this sale.... 15 cts
Shushan China wash.goods 15 cents this sale.. ..
Very fine line of outing flannels prices from
5 cents and upwards.
Dress ginghams 4cts, 5 cts. and 6 cts per yard.
A big line of Prints from 4cts., Sets, and 6 cts.
12 1-2 cts
We push for Business
Low prices pull for
CAPES AND JACKETS.
This year style, no old stocks, at the
very lowest prices.
$4.00, this Sale $3.00.
$3.50, this sale $2.50
and $200. Do not
forget our$1.00 suits.
Kneepants 25 & 50c.
Hats, from SCcts. to
3.00, a big line.
Caps, from 25cts. to
50 and 75cts.
Harris patent sus
pender, all silk, only
Mens shoesfrom 85c.
Ladies' shoes from
$1.25 to $3.25.
$1.15 to $2.50.
The future prospect for
MAR TRIBUNE IS
flattering so far.
Subscriptions arecoming in from
distant parts not pnly In this
congressional district but from
the State at large, and even oth
er states and Canada. Apoliti
cal friend of sagacity and fore
BUNE is destined to be more than
a merelocal paper. Be that as it
may, the city of Wiflmar and the
surrounding territory, and Kan
diyohi county espejjally, consti
tutes the bams it is a business
enterprise. Our sft&ftfftn is to
WILLMAR TRIBUNE is apt to re
pay ten dollars for everyone con
tributed to its support by the
people here at home.
As will be seen elsewhere, a new
business firm has been organized
under the name of Johnson,
Quam & Karwand, for the pur
pose of conducting a real estate
agency. It is well known that
many of our farmers have more
land than they can conveniently
and profitably cultivate since the
collapse of wheat prices. It is al
so now thoroughly understood
by most of our farmers that less
land and better tillage, and diver
sified crops, is the coming system
of profitable agriculture. The
panic has, morever, scared peo
ple of debts, aud everybody is
now trying to get out of debt
and henceforth stay out. These
circumstances combined have
caused a large quantity of super
ior improved farming land to be
offered for sale—land that a few
years ago could not have been
bolight for money. Nor are there
buyers wanting for land at pres
ent prices in this county. Since
Willmar Tribune referred to this
state of affairs here several in
quiries have come from the East
to our office in regard to this
matter. As the Editor has no
time to spend to properly tend
to this, the firm above mention
ed has been formed for this pur
pose. A reviilar rea1estate office
will be opened at once where pro
perty cau be properly listed, and
regular correspondence attended
to. Systematic effputs will be
made to advertise the superior
advantages of this section qt
country in places where "buyers
may be found, and when those
who want to buy come here the
firm will be in a position to give
them information, and direct
them to find what they want.
Brother Crosby wonders that
anybody is so uninformed as not
to know our ditching laws. But
it taken a. Philadelphia lawyer
now.n-d iyg to keep track of law
making and lawchanging. Be
sides the State takes money out
of the general revenue fund for
ditching, why is it so unreason
able to suppose that the county
might do the same thing. Of
course if the newspapers kept
their readers posted such miscon
ception would notj*xMR^XVflfe-
uewspaper west of Minneapolis,
and we will do this If present in
ications ai to be realized. We
assure the business men of Will
mar and elsewhere who have pat
ronized our columns, that we
duly appreciate the .generous re
ception given us. Ajid this is not
only true of the Editor personal
ly, but of leading farmers alliance
men of the county jvho have ex
pressed themselves^ as highly
pleased with the generous treat
ment Of WlLLMAR T&tlBUNE. We
wish to say, however, that in
starting aud developing this en
terprise we ask iio| bonus, and
beg no special favqr from any
body. We calculateto give value
in full to our subscribers and ad
vertisers as we go! along. But
this is the least patt of the ser
vice of a live and 'wide awake
newspaper to the community. A
newspaper if it fulfills its duty
should be the moving spirit in
the development of jthe resources
and industry of its: locality. It
should not lag behjnd but be a
little ahead and point out the
way of progress. Eyery place of
any consequence has beeu built
up by a leading newspaper. Now
Willmar and Kandiyohi countv
possess natural resources and ad
vantages hitherto tip a great ex
tent overlooked a^d neglected.
up to the world BO. as to cause
them to be duly appreciated and
understood. This will draw cap
ital hither to develop them.
Such development4 of our re
sources will increase the value of
try, as well as every business en
terprise. In this" way alone,
The largest and new
est assortment west
A marvel of Beauty,
Style and Excellence
Royal Bargains for
the Spring of 1895.
Died, March 23rd, at 12o'clock
noon, Mrs. N. P. Rice, mother of
O. P. and H.P. Rice, a^ed 78
years. .Funeral from the Swedish
Baptist church, at 2 o'elockTues
Last Friday evening a cantata
was given at the Seminary by
the students to a fair audience.
The cantata was a representa
tion of the seasons, months and
year, and was well rendered con
sidering the length of time and
work in producing sucli a difficult
piece of music. It is of great ere-1 ""'.I"?aB^thf
dit to the school in general, and A .strictly high-grade
the music loving public will not
fail to appreciate such efforts.
School has closed in district
No. 61, and the scholars are en
joying a vacation. They had a
pleasant closing up at the school
house March 22nd, and the pro
gram wa« carried out in good
shape with songs, pieces, march
ing, etc. The board of trustees
distributed five dollars worth of
books, oranges and candy, and
all went home smiling sweet.
The thirteen scholars receiving
books have attended school 75
days or more, Harry fckdahl
having atteuded 115 days out of
X20. When parents begin to
realize the fact that the attend
ance of scholars is necessary to
get "value received" for money
laid out, then the educational in
terest is in a healthy state or
HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS.
Finest perfume ever manufac
tured. Fragrant, Delightful,
Listing. Try it. Sold only by
Carlson Bros. & Frost.
I will sell at cost:
Owen's No. 4 Seed Cleaners,
Tiger Shoe Drills, Evens Lever
Harrows, Keller's Boss Har
rows, Monitor Breakers and
Stubble Plows, Two Horse .Quit I
vators also many other-imple
ments, which must be closed out,
as I have gone out of business.
Dale, Roise & Ovale,
if have just returned from an extended trip in the Eastern
Markets and have made heavy purchases in certain lineB
of goods for Spring and Summer, especially in the lines of
Ei DRESS GOODS,:::::::::::
LADIES and MISSES
WE have endeavored this season to obtain a line of goods ex
actly suited to your wants in variety, style and price.
You can thus make an easy selection without waste of
time or feeling that you have not procured just what you
Dale, Roise & Ovale.
Wiinted. To make a list of all the various goods com
prised in our new spring stock as well as price* would re
quire the size of an ordinary newspaper alone and hence
no prices will be quoted. Suffice it to say that our bar
gains this season will far excell those in the past, and we
can guarantee you lower prices right here in Willmar
than can be procured in either St. Paul or Minneapolis.
Rodlun Bros, are sole agents
for the Prize Winner of the world.
Feed your stock rock salt,
sale at Rodlun Bros.
let our goods and prices IALR
All kinds of Flower and Garden
seeds in bulk or packages, at the
Western Union Telegraph office.
You can get the celebrated
Atwater brand of flour only at
HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS
Will please most fastidious.!
chief extract. Sold only by^Carl
son Bros. & Frost.
You will always find the best Rye
Flour and Rye Meal at Rodlun Bros.
All kinds of Flower and Garden
seeds in bulk or packages, at the
Western Union Telegraph office.
Reading* "Farm, Stock and Home."
THIS TELLS Th* habitual, careftd
TuneTftDV reader of Farm, Stock
THE STOUT* and Home, published
Ishappy hisanimals and fowls, bred, fed
and cared for according to its plain, prac
tical instructions, are sleek, thrifty and
delighted and his fruits, grains and vege
tables, propagated according to the teach
ings of the same authority, testify to their
flavor, sizeand abundance with
Get the best, racl-
the most practical
and broadest-gauged agricultural paper
published, and duplicate the picture here
ITS EDITORS $*?*fl*£S*»*tob^»
«*V7 «*•*»«w*u* dairy, garden, orch
ard, apiary, poultry
andformhome. Farm, Stoat,anaZlomeis
unique: unlikeothers,h*»4mjmn*& frwagr
its first number,«
and thispaper tteyear
10,000 bushels of corn on the
cob or shelled wanted at P.
Boude's Feed Store.
Dr GbristiQi) cJobDsoi),
Office at Willmar, over Lundquist's
Hardware Store, corner of Litchfield
avenue and Third Street, on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
The rest of the week
home in New London.
I shall be at
Calls left at my office at New Lon
don or per telegram to meat Willmar
when there, will be promptly attended
to in any part of the county as here
Be sure to inform me in your call
in cases of confinement, sothat I may
bring necessary instruments, etc.,
also in cases of injury that needs
I go out from Willmar on trains or
by teams as most convenient.
I tend to my medical practice now
as ever, allJthe assertions to the con
trary notwithstanding, and intend to
do so in the future.
Made from the choicest flowers.
Quadruple strength An exqui
site odor. Sold only by Carlson
Bros. & Frost.
Just received, a car load of,
Glidden Barb Wire and Nails.
Our prices are right. Just call
and see. JOHN LUNDQUIST & Col
Dr. C. M. Stanton, the great Mag-'
netic Healer, i3 located, for a 8honr~^
stay at the LakeRipleyHouse, LltehMj#
Minn. All persona suffering
from paralysis epilepsy, rheumatism
dbem-es of the brain, stomach, M#!*'*tfVi
ueys. bowels or nerve* all having•**$&£
cancer or tnmor, all broken ddwn,
weak men all women suffering
any of the ilia of iheir sex, should fee:'&
this wonderful man -and 'be curW-^*8t£j&
lie does not use drugs or medicine