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Willmar tribune. [volume] (Willmar, Minn.) 1895-1931, February 19, 1895, Image 1

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The dwelling house of Jonas
Johnson, town of Mamie, was
destroyed bv tire last Friday,the
lot of this month. The tire
caught through the burning out
of the chimney. The men were
not at home at the time so that
the tire got the headway and
burned the building to the
ground. Mr. Johnson's dwelling
was oue of the finest houses in
that section. We have not learned
whether he was insured, but at
any count it was a serious loss
and great inconvenience to be
burnt out at this time of the year.
The Willmar Tribune will also
contain an agricultural column
edited by Hon. N. Quam. Mr.
Quam is"a native of this State,
born and raised in Steele county,
and has been a resident of this
county for many years. He
knows from practical experience
just about what can be done un
der our conditions of soil and cli
mate and will, we doubt not,
make the column interesting
reading for farmers. We will al
so have special correspondents
principle to
Tribune will
"Stride med aaben prande
for hvad den for alvos troer
The Willmar Tribune will be-
that price we mus4.\*e.wM.n
have a large
subscription list. Wermust also
have bona fide cash down sub
scribers, and not dead head sub
scribers. We have entered on
this enterprise at the solicita
tions of prominent third party
men of the county. We have not
gone into it for our health, nor
on the other hand to make mon-,
Ud CfinfSi Henrietta, Former price fl.00 goes at 53 cents per yard.
A 1 re
Su CfiDTSi
A*' wo°^
6 7 CBfltSl
B,ftCk. Blu«
10° J(*
Flannel, former price 50 cts cut to 3b cts per yd
shades, former price 75 cents cut to 39 cts.
Oj IT Ladies' Beaver Cloth Fenced, Kid Foxing, Button Shoe for $1.15.
on particular branches of pro- pj properly we shall gracefully
gressive farming. retire to our own sphere.
The Tribune will not be a fence
rider. If after mature delibera
tion it assumes any position, it
will maintain such position flat
footed and square-toed, with all
due respect tootherB that may
differ with it,
ey out of it. All we ask is a fair
remuneration for time and labor.
Now let every populist consider
himself a committee of one and
get one or more subscribers for
the Willmar Tribune, and we will
make it a credit to our communi
ty and a success in every way.
».ay of changing our school district
until convinced system to the pronosed township
that it is wrong. The public has system, we are informed that
a S know where a news- the meeting was unanimously
S a S I stands on important pub- opposed to the change and adop
S W While the Tribune ted resolutions accoi-amgly. The
wil? stitad ready to co-operate annual Farmer's Alliance meet
all Sien of all parties for the mg at Minneapolis January
to S whenever that is also adopted a resolution against
S a it never relinquish the proposed change. Tketown
qne. The .y
come iust what its patronage\Hli ihose who have in many instances
warrant. We have set the price* bought farms because of the
at 1 00 pavablein advance. To proximity to school houses or
be abie to publish the paper at otherwise gone to expense to ad
__._ a inert-
Is Here for
the first
But we come to show the
public what good Goods
and low prices are to be
former price $1.25 cut to 67c.
spool silk, only black former price 10 cents cut to 5 cents
tl CfiillSi spools silk twist in black only former price 5 cts cut to 3 cents.
Dress Ginghams 1 Outing Flannels 1 Muslins -A-
We also have a lot of goods on bargain counters for MA If DriAfll
Come and see them. Ildll riluui
QH CPIlfc Ladies and Men's Velvet Slippers, former price $1.25 cut to 90cts
All PPIltQ adies' Felt Slippers cut to 4u cents.
&, Leciell
The Willmar Tribune will come
out, sayH C. H. LuiKlstedt. in two
weeks. Dr. Johnson will move to
Willmar. It in quite fashionable for
M. D.'s to run newspapers. For ex
ample Belgrade Sun and Graceville
Phcenix. It must be the wonderful
intellect that is bubbling over with
high ideals, or the laek of practice,
that sends them into the literary
world.—Willmar Argus.
No, Bro. Birch, M. D.'s do not
run newspapers because of won
derful intellect, nor lack of prac
tice, but because the public thiuks
that the literary world of editors
needs a few doctors thereto teach
a few lessons in hygiene. We are
in this "literary* world" simply
temporarily to teach you that
the people need more shoes and
less delinquent tax and mortgage
foreclosure notices, and suchlike.
WThen you learn to feed the peo-
Quite a number of school offi
cers from every part of the coun
ty met at the court house last
Friday to talk over the question
a a11
:. *. der certain conditions and in
suitable localities. But to re-ar
range our system now would en
tail an enormous expense and it
would seem work injustice to
just. ou present districts We
also fear as a correspondent in
this issue points out that the
centralizing tendency of the
township system would develop
certain undesirable features in
the management of our schools.
However the Willmar*Tribune in
vites discussion of the question
to the end that the people may
4 *i 1
ie.tf r3g&
understand the reason why the
change is urged upon the legisla
Our friends who have solicited
subscribers may now call for the
The adjourned session of the
district court opens to-daty. We
are informed that there is a long
calendar on the docket.
The Willmar Tribune has a
short and clear political creed,
to-wit: "Ecjual rights to all and
special privileges to none."
This is the golden rule of Dem
ocratic institutions. It contains
both the law and the prophets of
all popular governments.
Measure any policy or law by
that rule and you can easily see
whether it is democratic or plu
We have heard it hinted that
the Willmar Tribune is started
to fight old political enemies.
Now we want to say right here
that this is a mistake. The Tri
bune is not the organ of any
clique or single person, but of the
Populist party as a whole. It
will be free from personalities and
discuss principles with a view to
find out what is best for all.
Hard times will heal a good
many political sores before
another election comes around.
This is a little pamphlet of less
than 100 pages on the money
question by Casca St. John Cole,
the well-known editor of the Un
ion of Minneapolis. It abounds
in facts and figures and statistics
from the reports of the secretary
of the treasury during the last
30 years elucidating the evolu
tion of our present money sys
tem. It should be read by every
body. Yes, and re-read until the
facts therein set forth are digest
ed and their bearings fully under
stood. It costs only 10 cents a
copy. We are pleased to especi
ally recommena this little work
for general circulation. Wlrot
people now want is facts, reliabl
and get-at-able, and this
furnishes tuem ID a readable
concise form. It is pa«$ ot
Nation W a S Hemtfc[
avenue,Minneapolis,Minn. Send
your order to our office and we
will get copies for you if yon do'
not want to send direct.
Imperfect Pag
Boy's suits us indicated bv cut
are a fine Cassimere and all wool
cheviots sold at |3.00. $4.00 rnd
We have resolved to give 1
the people of Willmar better
Bargains than before.
Of such a high cliaractei that the mere mention of a few items will serve to illustrate THE MAGNITUDE OF REDUCTIONS we have made in
every department^Our DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING and SHOE DEPARTMENTS deserve particular notice for their completeness and
high qualities or goods, all new and seasonable. This fact, coupled with the enormously low prices at which we are able to sell, is the LEVER THAT
MOVES THE TKADE and increases our business in great proportions in spite of these piping times of "financial depression."
All Wool French Henrietta in different colors,
42 inches wide, regular price 65 cents per yard, clos
ing out price 39 cents.
All wool French Henrietta, 48 inches wide, Sat
in finish., regular price 85 cents per yard, closing out
price 49 cents.
Imported all wool French Serge, sold regularly
at $].0J per yard. Our price only 59 cents.
A large assortment of Standard Ginghams to be
closed out at 4 cents per yard.
An immense lot of Outing Flannels to be closed
put at 5 ceuts per yard.
A large assortment of Muslins and Sheetings to
be closed out at almost your own price.
Table Linens a large variety of styles and pat
terns to be closed out at 25 cents per yard.
ChenilleJCurtains, Regular low price
$4.00 per pair, closing out at $2.05
$5.00 $3.15
$7.00 $4.00
A large assortment of Men's and Boys'
Spring Hats and Caps of the latest styles
just received.
A Large line of Carpets, Rugs and Art
Everything which you expect to find in a FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING HOUSE you will find at our store with the further ad
vantage of a lower price than can be found anywhere else. If you have any doubts as to this its your own fault for not having put us to the test and
thus convince you.
It will take
Shotto do this.
We are everybodies' Shoe Store and always
carry shoes that everybody can buy.
Here is a few of our Bargains in Beaver cloth, Felt and Eubber Goods of all kinds
Men's Beaver Cloth Cong., Calf Foxing, this is the warmest and Best wearing shoe on the market. Former
price $2.50, to close out at $1.75
Ladies' Beaver Clotb, Fleece Lined, Kid Foxings, Pat Tip, Button Shoe, former price $2.50 to close out $1.85
Ladies' Felt Dongola Foxing, Button Shoe. This shoe will give you satisfaction in every respect. Former
price $2.00, to close out at $1.35
Ladies, Velvet and Felt Slippers at a BIG REDUCTION.
Childrens' Felt Shoes AT COST. Sizes 9 to 12. Ladies, Gents, Boys, Youths Misses and Children's Bub
berGoods of all kinds at your OWN PRICES.
We also have some Sample Shoes left to sell at MANUFACTURERS PRICES. G^-Please bear in mind
that we are going to have your trade this coming year. You might as well commence now, come and get
acquainted with us. JKJ
jmiwii rim FfipATV
Dale, Roise & Qvale.
We have
more shoes
One of Our Popular Sales
Closing Sales
SATURDAY, February 9th,
MARCH 1st, 1895.
,y,„f ffiaaJ^g^Nf^yiitMa ^^^rwn^ass
Broken Lots and odd sizes to be closed out at
half value.
Men's Felt Shoes in Lace and Congress $1.65.
Men's $4., and $5., Calf and Cordavan Shoes for
Ladie's Fine vice Kid, Hand Turned Button
Shoes, reuruhir prices ranging from $3.50, $4.00 to
$4.50, will close out the entire lot at $1.98
Ladies' Hand Turned and Goodyears Welt But
ton and Lace Shoes, regular low price $3.00, our
price now $1.75
Ladies' Dongola Button Shoes sold at $1.50, our
price only 75 cents.
A Large lot of Misses and Childrens Felt Slip
pers at 4 0 cents a pair.
All Ladies Felt Shoes and Slippers at extraord
inary reductions.
tsm WORKING f~\
resolved to sell
this year than
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