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Corrected for Monday, Api it 29.
Wheat, Xo 1, Northern, 57cts
OatH, 25 cents
Corn, 40 cents.
Live Beef. $2 50tof:i 50 per cut
Pork $3.75 to $4 00 per cut
Potatoes, 50 cents.
Hay 00 to $4 50 per ton
Butter, from 10 to 12& p-rlb
Eggs, 10 cents per doz
Ernest Ellfstrom left for Litch
Rev. Estrem returned on the
uoon train Thiirsdav
Nels Enge, the At water Miller,
was in town yesterday.
Mr. Swelander, the musiciau,
passed through here yesterday
Rodlun Bros, received a car
load of Atwater flour yesterday
new experimental farms
put in operation in the
Vice President McRae of
Graceville Bank, Graceville,
in town Fiidav
O A Hedinand Smith
will receive cattle for shipment
until the 7th of May
Albert Peterson, ot Lake An
drew, boarded the train here for
Mimieiipolis last Friday
O. Thorne arrived here
Tuesday evening from St Paul,
the la\\-making body ha\in ad
journed sine die
Martin Ktallaiid, and Com ad
Olson rode down to Olivia on
their bikes Thuisday, lettumiig
the same da v.
Lightning struck Mr Peai son's
house in the 3rd waid last Satin
day morning The chimney was
shattered to pieces
Mr Boude, the feed man, has
put on along additional smoke
stack, so as to leach up into the
fiesh air for diaimht
55 hundreths of an inch, and
Friday and Saturday's precipi
tation was 81 hundreths
Mr. N Swalin will in the
near future got Gieat Falls,
Mont, where he has accepted a
position as a musician
The inventor and promoter of
machinery, Halvorson, was
polishing up his sixteen hundred
dollar engine last Friday.
Knut Olson of Warner lost a
horse last week. The animal
ran into a wire fence ami was
so badly injured that it waswhich
Mrs. Wallace returned to her
home in Minneapolis Thursday,
after having spent a short time
with her parents, and Mrs
J. M. Spicer.
O. J. Paulson, one of the postal
clerks on the Sioux Falls line,
left here for Minneapolis, where
he will spend his week's vacatiou
We will tie glad to see yon back,
S. Swenson was in town last
Wednesday, and had his photos
taken with his little girl. He
said, "The farmers at Svea are
busy doing their garden \limit
A farmeis' institute was held
at Paynesville Wednesday of
last week. The attendance was
poor, for the simple leason that
not enough printer's ink had
been used to advertise it.
Until we get more thoroughly
acquainted with the people and
conditions of Willmar we are
working against odds in securing
items for our local columns Our
friends who wish to see the paper
succeed, can help us greatly by
handing in all items of news.
D. F. Seneschal, from Atwater,
was at the county seat Saturday
and of etmrse visited the Tribune
office. ,Mr. Seneschal is one of
the wide-awake farmers that
makes a success of everything he
undertakes,- hard times oi no
The Irving farmers are hust
Hug their creamery 'building to
completion. They bought the
''lumber at Atwater and thirty
teams went dewn on the same
day and brought up all the build
ing material at one time. About
600 cows have been promised.
The butter-maker who worked
at the Lake Elizabeth creamery
last year has been engaged for
their creamery for the season,
Oii or about the 15th of May
operations will commences
Feed your stock rock salt
sale at Rodlun Bros.
Mr Struxness left for Mi
land, to attend his brothers
wedding, last week
Judge Powers came up on the
noon train Wednesday
John Bergquist, the lusthng
fanner, was in town Wednesday
Albeit Sjobeig and two sisters
were in town transacting busi
Eggs for hatching, Wyandotte
and Brown Leghorn breed, for
sale by J. H. Getchell, Willmar.
The item in the Tribune last
week relating to the shooting
affray at Paynesville was a fake,
as items copied from the city
dailies are apt to be The only
shadow of truth in the item was
that the parties named did find
an old ragged uet in the lake
Sometime ago Ernest Elfstrom
and Rognlie went out tish
in a when they saw the fish
amounted to over carrying
weight they walked back to hire
a dray, but when the diay
aniw they refused to take it all
in one load Pretty good fiish
mg (oi stoiv) that
An advertising social wasgi\en
b\ the ladies of the Piesbyteiian
chinch, Tuesday evening* April
23rd, where an*interesting pio
gram was icndeied including
songs, and recitations The ad
vertising cards were numeious
and attiactixe, I) Wolpert's
was among the best and hand
Marriage lireases ha\ been is
sued by the clerk of court this
week to the following .young peo
ple. Charles Nelson and Ida
Nelson, William Ferguson
and Martina Johnson, both ot
(Jennessee tow n, Calvin ^'a^ ne
and Lilly Harris, both of
Rose\ille The latter couple
were married by Justice Ram
sett last Satin da evening
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The abo\e item is ofinteiest to
those who are mourning oxer
the sudden and mysterious dis
appearance of Dr. Carstrum from
Willmar He has hung out his
shingle at Supeiior, Wis and
those who are able to decipher
the above will find that he has
been accorded a heartv welcome
Weieceived the following fiom
Mr. J. Auderson of Belgrade,
Editor Willmar Tribune,
E SIR-—We promised to
give answers to our Political
Puzzle this month, but we have
been so busy opening our new
spring goods, which, by the way,
are the largest and greatest bar
gains that have ever been shown
west of Minneapolis. We also
received a car of Genuine Glidden
BarbWiie and Nails, which we
are selling very cheap We hope
to be able to get in the answeis
in a couple of "weeks more
T. ANDERSON & Co
CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY ASSOCIATION
The long-talked of Co-opera
tive Dairy Association was at
last corporated on April 25,
1895, and the following mem
ber were elected directors for
the ensuing year: C. Berg
lund, G. Rusid, John Berg
quist, P. Frye, O Axness,
P. O. Mat son and Olaves Ander
And at the directors meeting
held April 27, the following mem
bers were elected officers for the
ensuing year: A. O Nelson,
president L. 0. Thorpe, treasu
rer and P. H. Fine, general
manager. The association has
over 400 cows already pledged
and therefore starts out with fair
prospects of success. The as
sociation 11 commence receiving
milk on May 13th. The general
manager wishes to notify all
patrons that they can receive
their milk cans at the Centsal
creamery building- in Willmar on
Fr'day and Saturday, May 3
and 4. The general manager
also wishes to further notify all
officers, directors and patrons of
the association to meet him at
the court house in Willmar at
one o'clock in the afternoon on
the day we commence receiving
milk to talk over how to handle
milk and other "matters of
terest pertaining to the associa
tion. H. PRYE,
~'Jl.Kf. -fi. ,.
*?•?%*& ^P** vv
The writer had the pleasure of
witnessing the expiring throes of
the legislature last Tuesday at
St Paul. The senate, so to
speak, died very easily. Every
senatoi sepmed to be in his hap
piest mood, and witty and com
plimentary speeches were in
der Senator Thorpe, we believe,
was the last speechmaker of the
senate He stated that .as it
seemed that the last meeting of
the legislature had been turned
into a sort of an experience
meeting he also wanted to have
his say He had come to this*
country while yet in his early
youth and had become thor
oughly imbued with Republican
ideas. Had done a small share
towards developing a western
county of the state That this
had been his first experience in a
legislative body He had before
been very curious to know really
how tin legislative* bodies did
their business. Had now had a
little experience and it had prov
en to his complete satisfaction.
He had found that though they
might differ on measures and
policies the senators without ex
ception had been very courteous
and obliging and he thanked
them tor the consideration
shown inexperienced members.
He believed that every member
of the floor had the good of the
State at heart He closed with
a few patiiotic words and sat
down, amid applause Short 1\
afterw ardsSenator Wyman mov
ed for the final adjournment and
the senators broke up at
minutes past 12 o'clock. During
my first call at the House cham
ber, the members were not asWiunepeg
serene as their brother senators
They were exchanging hotshot,
and \ery frequently we heard the
loud basson voice of Kandiyohi's
repiesentathe But as the hour
for adjournmentdiew near a bet
tei feeling was restored, and the
interim while the speaker was
signing the bills was improved by
introducing all sorts of joshing
resolutions which created much
laughter The chaplain was
called on at the last for the bene
diction, and after singing the
doxology, in which the members
all joined in, the House voted to
adjourn and was no moie.
office will in the
near future be located on the 2nd
floor of the Gilger Block, with
one eutrance from Pacific Ave
nue and another from Fourth
street As soon as. our outfit
arrives and we get it in working
order, the Tribune will be print
ed in its own office.
MAM HE NEWS
In response to an iuvitation to
join the Tribune forces we will
send a few items, hoping the com
positor will not endanger the
eternal welfare of his soul while
trying to decipher our hiero
Mam re seems to have gone dry
at the last election. Some eii
terpiising farmers are seeding
down lake bottoms.
Mrs. John Edlund is very sick
ith the pneumonia Dr. Ilstrup
of Cokato has been summoned a
couple of times to treat her.
Miss Elizabeth Bergstrom, who
haft been visiting-friends and rela
tives (future tense) in Dassel, re
turned home last week.
Mr. G. W Holmgren has joined
the Benedictine Order. He was
married Easter Sunday to Miss
Elizabeth Lindqvist of Minneap
olis. Rev. N. Frykman tied the
nuptial knot. Accept our hearty
Mr and Mrs. Olof Hoglund of
Minneapolis attended the Holm
Miss Hannah Peterson of Min
neapolis is \isiting relatives in
Why is it that the Peunock
correspondent to the Argus can
wiite good English and spell cor
rectly when riting news, but
when he comes to his loud swell
ing political effusions he uses
"Birehian prose" and faulty
From New London Times:
DIED—Martha Elizabeth, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Olson
of Green Lake, of consumption,
on Wednesday, April 24th,
1895, at an age of 19 years
and five months.
The gloom which has rested
over the Olson household for
some time owing to the serious
illness of the beloved daughter
and sister was intensely darkened
last Wednesday when the un
relenting Angel of Death plucked
her life away. The deceased
possessed a character far above
reproach* was loving," Jcind and
dutiful. She led a Christian life,
and died with a firm belief in her
Redeemer and expressing as her
hope that she would be
able to welcome her loved ones
"beautiful shore" when
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA, APRIL 30, 189b.
dark jiverrof death. She was
resigned to her fatpaand tried to
comfort as best slie could her
dear parents, brothers and sister,
who so bitterly grieved at her de
parture. She leaves her parents,
two brothers, William and
one sister, Mary, and a
large number of "other relatives.
They have the sincere sympathy
of all in their sore affliction.
The funeral took place Thurs
day afternoon, services being
held at the Swedish Lutheran
church at New London. The im
pressive services were conducted
by Rev. C. J. Collin. A very large
concourse of people attended to
bhow their last respects to the
NEW LONDON COLUMN.
NEW LONDON MARKETS.
Ruling prices for produce at
New London, Monday April 22,
are as follows:
Wheat, No 1, Northern, 55cts.
Oats, 30 cents
Corn, 35 cents
Live Stock, fat steers
Potatoes, 50 cents.
Hay, $3 50
Butter, 11 cents per lb
Eggs, 9 cents per doz
The umbrella trade, which was
thought %o be dead, has ie\ived
Beautiful ruinf* have fallen,
which ha\e hadacheeiing effect
on ever^ thing
School opens in district No. 8
next Monday, with Miss Lucy
Pluminer as teacher.
Mrs A Gusta'fson has been
\eiy sick with pneumonia during
the past weeks, but is improving
Sunday night's follower netted
our observei's o.4tlit basin just
60-hundredths of an inch of
E Krause has another car
load of Glidden wire on hand
which he is selling off to the
farmers at a rapid rate
Lewis Eckman is manufactur
ing a front for the new store
building at Spicer. Lewis has a
boss wood working outfit
Aug. Nordstedt has traded off
his farm for residence property
at Minneapolis. He traded with
a Mr Peterson, a relath of John
Dr Johnson was in town Satur
day. We understand he is nego
tiating a trade with W Pin
ney. The latter gentleman
wishes to gain possession of the
Doctor's late residence.
Assessor Eckman was at Will
mar last Saturday attending a
meeting of all the assessors of
the county. Your reporter also
noticed W. Noren of Colfax,
John Price of Burbank and F.
Smith of Roseville enroute for
the same meeting.
An M. D. from Orinoco, Olm
stead Co, of this state, was in
town last week looking over the
place with a view of locating.
He was favorably impressed with
the place and stated that he
would return in about 10 days
to locate. His name is given as
Dr. C. Farrand.
School closed last Friday.
Prof. Fink and Miss Plummer
will spend the most of their vaca
tion at New London Miss May
departed Friday evening for her
home at Howaid Lake, where
she will spend the summer
A number of the Lutheran peo
ple improved Arbor Day by
planting trees at their church
cemetery. Rows of trees, were
planted around the place and an
alley of evergreens was set out
through the centre of the lot, all
which will in coui'se of time add
much to the appearance of the
I will pay 9 cents for eggs and
13 cents for butter all of this
week. S. J.
New London, Minn.
Rain has come at last and the
fresh growth of grain and grass
is very encouraging to the form
Rev. J. 0. Lundberg has not
accepted the call from the Swed
ish Lutheran church here.
The Lutheran church people
planted a grovj^ $ 2pp shade
trees last week. ..
„___t £wen -WajRren, the successful
their turns will come to cross the gardener of thetown of Fahl—•
"ft I I i"
has planted an acre of onions,
forty bushels of potatoes and a
large amount of other garden
There will be built a fine resi
dence on Peter Broman's farm
this summer. The work will be
done by Mr. A. Erickson.
Mr Anders Hoglund is jet
Mr John Kallberg was badly
hurt some time ago by the kick
of a horse
Cushman A. Rice of Willmar
at the bank.
Rev. J. Collin departed for
last Friday morning
Chief Hakansoii had his boys
out testing the fire pump Satur
The Lake Viewr House is being
A crew is at work on the rail
road tank well, making it deeper
to insure abetter supply of wa
Hagenstein and I. J. Court
right areoverhauhngtheir boats
The lights of sucker hunters
have been seen glimmering like
fire-fiies from over the* lake by
the outlet every night.
A baby boy was born to Mr
and Mrs. Nat. Oslund yesterday
(Monday) morning. Nat feels
very proud, of course.
Chas Nelson from Fisher,
Minn is visiting with his folks
The Minneapolis Times gives
the Larson resort the following
"An enthusiast onfishingand
summer sports generally thinks
he has found the ideal place to
spend the summer vacation in
Minnesota As this is a question
paramount to others at this
time of the year what he has to
say about it is worth considera
tion This sport lover says if
you want a place to swim, to
fi3h, to shoot, a place to have
peace and quiet and get away
from the whistle of a locomotive
and all that reminds one of the
life in town, that you want to
go to Larson's on Green Lake
There the winds are always cool,
the water clear and filled with
voracious pike and bass, the
woods heavy for miles to the
north Morever, the house is
well equipped, the beds good,
and rooms breezy and pleasant
Also, the host is generous and
lays an appetizing board. What
a picture tnis is to put before the
tired eyes of a town-sick man.
If anyone wants to know where
to go this summer let him try
Wm. J. Pinney, the New Lon
don miller was in town yester
Hagebak, Miss Jennie.
Janson, Mr. 01a
Larson, Mr. Christian.
Mattson, Mr. John.
Olson, Mr Jons (2).
Vigenes, Valentine W.
Youmans, Elmer E.
S. E. STANSBERRY,
Pasturage to Let.
80 acres of first-class pasturage
in town of Lake Andrew, (Sec 26)
good water and fine grove of
shade trees. Inquire or address
RODLUN & JOHNSON,
Notice to Farmers and Stock Owners.
Stock pastured at $1.25 a sea
son. 560 acres close to Willmar.
Plenty of grass and water.
P. H. BOISE.
F. G. HANDY.
A. H. SODERUNG,
Business Suits, $15.00, $16 00, $18.00
and41p. Dress Suits from $20 00 and
Shop, on Benson avenue, opposite
WJh&ajrSteani Laundry. %f
New London Roller Mills
Johnson & Pinney, Proprietors. New London, Minn,
We are now in shape to take care of all our patrons.
We have a sufficient supply of flour and mill stuff on
hand to do exchange work. Feed ground at all times
Every pound of Flour Guaranteed.
Best Perfume in the
market. Sold only by"
Carlson Bros. & Frost.
Grand and Petit Jurors.
The grand juiois drawn for the
June term of court are given below
They are requued to meet at the
couit house June 4th, 1893
Osmund Sandeison, Gieen Lake
Enck Dahlbeig, Colfax
C. Abbott. living
John Holmdahl, Aictandei
Geo Johnson, Colfax
Charles Bjorklund, Lake Elizabeth
Adolph Norman, Mamre
NilsNilson, St Johns
Wm Libby, Roseville
Cail Glader, Gennesee
Thomas Thompson, New London
S M. Sivertson, Atwatei
JohnE Erickson, New London.
H. E Anderson,, E. Lake Lillian
S S GUrum, Willntar.
Peter Lindquist, lioseville
John Halvoison, Lake Andrew
John Olson, Irvine.
Over Shipstead, Burbank
N K. Brown, Gennesee
Nels Enge, Atwatei
Isack Johnson, VVhitefield
Will meet at the court house on
June 5th, 1895. The followingaie the
petit jurors drawn
Phillip Haley, Willmar
E.G Erickson, Irving.
C. Birkeland, Dovie
A Reese, Lake Andrew
II. W Jones, Atwatei
K. Rykken, Dovre
W Peterson, Green Lake
Thomas Iveishe, Burbank.
John Erickson, Lake Lillian
Ole S Reigstad, Arctandei
Carl Holmgren, Mamre
O D, Hovig, Mamre
E O Linn, Lake Lillian
Jonas E. Barker, Gennessee
Oscar Mankel, Lake Andievv
O Thorpe, Willmar
Gunder Svenson, Arctander
Ole O Week, Arctander
Axel Mattson, Kandiyohi
O Kloster, Green Lake
A M. Anderson, Atwater
William Pinney, New London
A Peterson, Kandiyohi
Charley Johnson, Kandiyohi
The assessors of the county
met at the county auditor's of
fice last Saturday to receive
their blanks and instructions
It was agreed, among other
things, that the valuation of
horses be cut down to half of the
usual amount. The following is
a list of the gentlemen who esti
mate the valuation of Kandiyo
hi property this year.
Arctander, Hans Engeu
Burbank, J. W. Price
Colfax, W L. Noren.
^Dovre, 0 B. Olson.
Fdwards, M. N. Vick.
Gennessee, C. A. Broberg
Green Lake, L. Thompson
Harrison, John Feig
Holland, It. Roelofs
Irving, Erick Ellefson
Kandiyohi, John Noid
Lake Andrew, Halvor A. Hal
L. Elizabeth, C. E. Johnson.
L. Lillian, A. M. Hedin.
E. L. Lillian, J. S. Fromberg.
Mamre, Otto Nelson.
New London, Lewis Eckman.
Norway Lake, Andrew Soren
Roseland, Ole Lindquist.
Roseville, F. G. Smithson.
St. Johns, P, C. Greenfield.
Whitefield, J. G. Freeberg.
Willmar, G. C. Haines.
Sam Nelson, of Swea, was seen
in town Tuesday. An expression
of happiness seems to be drawn
over his face since he became a
Mr. and Mrs. Tollman have
been here visiting Mrs. Tollman's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larson.
Mr. T. leftron yesterday's train.
Mrs. T. will remain for some time.
Louis Larson, of New London,
was in town yesterday.
ELBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS
HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS
HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS
HILBERT'S STOLEN SWEETS
Rodlun Bros, are sole agents
for the Prizewinner of theworld
'Coin's Financial School" post
paid 25 cents.
Citizen News Stand,
dice said* "You e.in fool some peo*
pie dlt the time all of the people some
of the tut.e, but jou iruiot fool all the
people all the time borne of the peo
ple are being fooled .ibuut Di Waid's
Liniment. They aie told by unscrup
ulous agents that we nine no nght to
manufactuie and sell said Dr. Ward's
Liniment ulul* otlu stoi les of similar
ehduiclei «ue ftequciiU^ cuculated
THE FACTS ARE SIMPLY THESE I
W own the oiLjin.il tight and foi
mula th.'t \\n*"S'oujrlit Minnesota
in 185(5 .mil it know lnl_e«l hy Di Kich
atd Waid as ms foi inula. In 18(il
WntLitiS. of Winond hmnghl suit
agninst us in the diMi 11 at VVa
bishn foi mMnufwM ii meni
Th casptt iv tiled t»e HIP hi 1 'PS
btait. who decided Ui ti v\t I. id a
njjht fo mu irtui'' s.ud
Liuim* nl in il -1
I Seat en li ii Ui i* ipj
biipienit MI hi
ul ayaai _c
ils to the
wio iffirmi,i' Failing to giim hi* point
by law lie hen I'muii nb with libel
ous ciiculaib, a in iii„ them oioad
rast HII ovej the oimti cbmnm: that
we weio ouiitt if lie obttim «nn
light b^ foiyei etc Foi tin* I b
••uarj, 1801, we be^an tc'iori iy.un-t.
him (W itkms) foi n^jsd ina^rii I be
case was ought up in li« t\ lei ni
of couit in the cit\ of mona and for
the thud time we vveie put by the
LOUI ts the Jin blinking in id
in our favoi foi ?1 and ro«ts
W therefoie caution the people to
buj onlv the oiyinnl See that our
a me and trade mark i- on every bottle.
LAN DUN & KUKU1AKD
Wait for JAS. McNELLIS, the
only authorized agent for the Origi
nal, Genuine Dr. Ward's Liniment,
in Kandiyohi county
THE NEW AND THE BIGHT WAY
EAST AND WEST
W To All Pacific Points.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS GOING WEST.
No. 7 Arr. 12:10 p. Dep. 12:36 p.
No. 9 Arr 1055 p. m. Dep. 10:30 p.
No. 39. Freight Dep. 8.-00 a.
TRAINS GOING BAST.
No. 8 Arr. 2:60 p. Dep. 3:00 p.m.
No 10. Arr. 3:25 a.m. Dep. 330 a.m.
No. 36, Freight Dep. 6:00 a
No.38, Dep. 8:60p.m.
WILLMAR A SIOUX FALLS.
No. 61, Passenger Dep. 12:40 p.
No. 63, Freight Dep. 3:00 a.
No. 62, Passenger Arr. 2*0 p. m.
WILLMAR A ST. CLOUD.
No. 5 9:06 p.m. I No. 6 6:00 a.m.
No.91 12-10 a. m. No.92 34)6p.m.
Daily trains between St.Paul. Minneapolis.
Willmar, 8ionx City, St Cloud, Crookaton,
Moorhead, Fargo, Grand Forks, Grafton,
Winnipeg. Devils Lake, Great Falls, Helena,
Butte. Kailspel, Spokaue and Seattle*
Pacific Coast trains run Palace Dining and
Sleeping cars, Buffet, Library, Observation,
Smoking can,firstand second class coaches,
Family tourist Sleepers, etc.
Connections at Si. Paul and Minneapolis
with trains to and from LakeSuperior points.
Chicago, St. Louis and the Bast, South and
Crosses the Rocky and Cascade mountains
in daylight, giving passengers a chance to see
some of thefinestscenery in America.
Steamerand rail connections at Seattle for
Paget 8ound points, California, Alaska, Ja
pan and China.
Connections at Bonner's Ferry. Idaho, for
Kootenai river and lakepoints at Wenatchee
Wash., for Lake Chelan, the upper Columbia
and theOkanogan district.
Close connections at Minneapolis and St.
Paul forail points Bast and Botifc.
Tickets sold and baggage checked for all
For publications and Information about
rates, routes, etc., apply to
WALTER DaLAHITNT, Agent,
Or F. I. WHITNEY, G. P. and A.,
St. Paul, Minn.