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8 I O I A N S
C. JOHNSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Obstetrics and internal diseases a spe
cialty. Calls answered promptly day or
night. When calling by telegraph or tele-
ffint
ihone, fire full name, town and section, (or
Tillage, gire street) aiid always say
wha sickness you think It is. Then you
got prompt and efficient service.
Office in Tribune Building. Residence on
Second Street. Telephone No. 83.
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA.
A. ILSTRUP, M. D.
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Office at Freese & Freese's livery stable
Galls nlpht or day promptly attended to.
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA.
A. F. MANTOR,
DENTIST,
WILLMAR I N N
A O N E I
FRANK P. OLNEY,
Attorney at Law,
Office in Ackerman & Holt Building
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA.
SPICER & ROISE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL
LORS AT LAW.
CITY JUSTICES.
W I A I N N E S O A
Samuel Olson Charles Johnson
OLSON & JOHNSON,
ATTORNEYS HT LflW,
Offiee in I. Olson Block
WILLMAR, MINN.
I O E A N E O 1
MARLOW HOUSE.
—(Norsk Hotel)—
OLE J. BECK, PROPRIETOR
Good Accomodations
for Travelers and Good Stabling.
WILLMAR, MINN.
I. C. OLSON,
Funeral Director
and Undertaker,
Prompt Attention to Calls. Competent
Enbalmer
WILLMAB, MINN
Your
Duty
If medicine is to cure a dis
ease, it must be good medicine—
the* best only is good enough.
~£our duty to yourself and to
your doctor is, to go to the very
best druggist you can find, with
out letting dollars and distance
stand in your way. I doing
your duty we have every reason
to think that you will come here
with your prescriptions.
ELF8TRUM & CO.
Telephone 61, Call 2.
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Am Emiaemt New York Chemist and Scien
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ot this paper writing for them.
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sumption are curable in any climate is
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tude," filed in his American and Euro
pean laboratories in thousands from
those cured in all parts ofethe world.
The dread consumption, uninterrupt
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Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C,
98 Pine street, New York, giving post
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Sufferers should take instant advan
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Please tell the doctor that you saw
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WILLMAR TRIBUNE.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA,
BY THE
I N E I N I N CO.:
VICTOR B. IiAWSON, EDITOR AND MANAGER.
CONTRIBUTIONS of news Items or short,
pithy articles on questions of general nter
est are thankfully received, when the name
o. the writer is made known to the editors.
Regular news correspondents wanted la
every locality not already represented.
Write for terms and instructions.
ADVERTISEMENTS —Display ad's inser.
ted for 15 cents per Inch per week. Liberal
discounts when taken in large quantitlesor
when leftstandln? Local reading notices
will be inserted for 5 cents per line each
week. Write for terms for the publication
o* legal notices.
SUBSCRIPTION price, if paid before end
of firstyear,fl OOayear: if delinquent long
er, |1 85 a year will be charged.
The WILLMAR TRIBUNE has a larger pen.
eral circulation in Kandiyohi county than
any other newspaper. Our subscription
booksare open for inspection to advertisers.
OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1898.
PEOPLE'S PARTY STATE TICKET
For governor—John Lind
Lieutenant governor, J. M. Bowler
Secretary of state, Julius J. Hein
rich
State treasurer, Alexander M'Kin
non
State auditor, Geo. N. Latnphere
Attorney general, John F. Kelly
Clerk of Supreme Court, Z. H. Aus
tin.
Associate justice? of the supreme
court— Thomas Canty, Daniel Buck
ana William Mitchell.
For Congressman from Seventh Con
gressional District of Minnesota—
P. M. RINGDAL,
of Polk County.
LIND ACCEPTS.
John Lind formally accepts the
the nominations of the allied for
ces in a letter written July 20th,
which is published elsewhere in
this issue. There had been little
doubt that he would accept, ex
cept in the minds of some repub
licans and bolting populists with
whom no doubt the wish was
father to the thought. But the
manly letter acceptance has
reassured everyone, and hence
forth the friends of a good state
government can joyously go
forth and do their duty.
Two years ago there was some
dissatisfaction among the popu
lists because the democrats nom
inated Mr. Lind first, thus gain
ing a slight advantage over the
other parties of the alliance,
which fact however did not pre
vent most of them from loyally
supporting the ticket This year
however there is no such cause
for complaint. Mr. Lind accepts
no particular nomination without
duly recognizing all. No party
can claim Mr. Lind as its exclu
sive candidate. He is thus virtu
ally an independent candidate,
whom three political organiza
tions have endorsed and will loy
ally support,
We need not here repeat the
personal qualities of Mr. Lind,
which have made it possible for
him to secure and hold the confi
dence and esteem of the people
of Minnesota, irrespective of
party affiliation. Let it suffice to
say that in accepting the nomina
tions of the people's party, dem
ocrats and independent republi
cans in the way he did, Mr. Lind
has not dissappointed his friends
but has renewed the ties which
bind the affections of a liberty
loving and patriotic people to the
tried and true leader—the gal
lant soldier and statesman.
RINGDAL'S CAMPAIGN FUND
The avidity with which the
leading republican papers of the
district seized upon, for the pur
poses of misrepresentation and
distortion, the fact that a cam
paign fund was raised at the Peo
ple's party congressional conven
tion shows how poorly supplied
they are with effective ammuni
tion with which to fight Ringdal
this fall. The story, as last we
saw it repeated, was to the effect
that $2,600 had been subscribed
and that Great Northern attor
neys had "clipped in checks of
•5100 each. On the face of it ev
ery populist can read that such a
statement is false, but we have
taken pains to find out the true
&
h-P^*3Sg Tz^m
raised, from a delegate who at
tended. We have also had occa
sion to verify the same by seeing
the original list in the possession
of Senator Ringdal. We might
add here that Mr. Ringdal in
formed us that the papers which
published the distorted and ly
ing statements have been called
upon to make proper corrections.
It is well known that Mr.
Ringdal did not seeft the nomina
tion for congress. He had been
renominated as state senator and
expected to return to the legisla
ture. But the congressional con
vention was unaminous in its
choice, and Mr. Ringdal's nomi
nation was made amid the great
est enthusiasm. Mr. Ringdal
when called for stated that he
did not presume to place his
judgment in the matter over that
of the convention, but frankly
stated that he did not have the
means at his disposal for to meet
the necessary expenses which
a canvass of such an extensive
district entailed. The delegates
proved the sincerity of their en
thusiasm by then^and there sub
scribing in the neighborhood of
$850 to defray the expenses of the
campaign. The delegates from
Polk county pledged $120 Otter
tail, $100, Red Lake, $100 and
other counties followed with less
amounts. The largest personal
contribution made was that of
Judge Ives, who gave $50. Noth
ing was subscribed except by
people's party men, and it is
needless to say that they did not
include any railroad attorneys.
Mr. Ringdal may well be proud
of this substantial evidence of
the confidence of those who nom
inated him, and to the people at
large it surely ought to be a
source of gratification that at
least one of the candidates for
congress this fall will not be de
pendent upon railroad passes and
and outside influences for assist
ance in making his campaign.
INSULTING LANGUAGE.
St. Cloud Journal-Press. Sen
ator Knute Nelson was a passen
ger on the morning train on the
Great Northern today enroute to
his home at Alexandria from his
attendance upon congress at
Washington. Senator Nelson
has stood the strain of the histor
ic session of congress very well
indeed, and was bright and chip
per this morning when seen by a
reporter. '-There arn't going to
be any Spaniards elected to office
in Minnesota this year," replied
be to an inquiry as to the pros*
pects of Republican success at
the polls. I expect to do my
share on the stump for the party
if called upon. God's people are
all going to be elected this year,
though, and the campaign will be
largely one to swell the usual ma
jorities of the G. O.
In using such impious and sac
rilegious language, Senator Nel
son places himself down on the
level with Mark Hanna, who
shocked the Christian world on
his election to the senate by the
associating of the names of the
deity with the results of his own
foul machinations. Interpreted
in their lightest sense, the re
marks show a deplorable lack
of the dignity with which the
wearer of the senatorial toga
supposed to be invested.
is
Down in this end of the Sev
enth district Congressman Eddy
will make clean sweep. He will
carry nearly every county. A
man by the name of Ringdal,1
living somewhere up towards
the north end of the district, has
been nominated by the populists,
but will not make a very strong
run. Oneofthe leading populists
of the district stated to the Press
reporter the other day that Eddy
would be elected by from 16,000
to 20,000 plurality. Atwater
Press.
Rats! That "leadingpopulist"
racket has been worked too lonsr.
If there is a populist in this dis
trict green enough to believe that
Eddy will get four-fifths of the
votes of the district, you will per
form a service to the community
by exposing the '•mossback,"
Name him, or stand convicted
of slandering all populists.
A binding twine war is. on along
the northern boundary of Mln-J graft" on the new editor.
facts regarding t|^|unjyh*|l^is ^©sota. This year Kittson coun-\J& the victims of the^comment'^eflt in this 66unty. i«
Ifce torsi to the highest grade bakteg powdar
kaewa. Actaal teste shew goeseee
third farther the* eoy other bread.
Absolutely Pure
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW VORK
ty will harvest one of the largest
crops known in her history, and
her farmers are naturally inter
ested in the binding twn ques
tion. On this side of the line
pure mamlla twine is sold at 16
cents per pound, while the price
of sisal is 14 cents Just across
the boundary over in Canada a
good quality of sisal sells at eight
cents, Kittson county farmers
soon got onto this and the other
day a large number of team.s
crossed over and returned loaded
with twine, one man declaring he
had saved $75 on the trip The
custbm officials here have sent a
sample of the Canadian twine to
experts at Stillwater, and if it is
found to contain any mamlla a
duty of 45 per cent ad valorum
will be imposed upon those who
purchased it.— Times special
from Hallock
And the foreigner pays the
tax!
A correspondent to the Minne
apolis Times makes this oppor
tune suggestion regarding the
care of flags- "The present pro
fuse display of national flags is
highly striking and patriotic, but
the well-nigh universal habit of
leaving them out over night or
flying in rain and storm seems to
indicate a lack of due care and
respect, however unintentional
this may be Naval and military
folk, whose professional duty and
honor it is to carry and watch
over emblems of the kind would
never leave them out over night
in the darkness or to be whipped
in shreds and tarnished in times
of dripping skies."
The political pot in the county
has begun to boil, says Editor
Wharton. The only thing he is
positively sure about is that all
contests will be "very friendly'
ones. We wish this could be
true, but human nature is not con
stituted that way. When smit
ten politically on one cheek, a
man is apt to forget the good in
junction to turn the other one
around for a blow also When
in politics one must expect to
have enemies as well as friends,
and very often the "friends" do
one more harm than the other
fellows.
A great currency convention is
to be held at Omaha Sept 13, 14,
and 15 in the auditor mm at the
exposition grounds. The two
first days will be devoted to gold
and bimetallic speeches, and on
the last day bank currency will
be discussed. Hon. Chas. Towne,
Senator Jones of Arkansas, and
Editor Bartine of the American
Bimetalist, will lead the silver
forces. Hon. A. J. Warner is
to lead in the contest against the
national banks.
A searching investigation is
needed in the twine business at
the state prison. This year's
twine deal may have been a case
of wretched ]udgment on the
part of the republican (business)
administration, but we have all
heard the stories regarding the
disposition of the jute twine ma
chinery. Such a plant might
have been handy to have now.
The Willmar Argus sported a
bolumn of "county politics" last
week. Considering the short
time since Bro. Wharton arrived
to this county it is not to be won
dered at if his prognostications
are slightly awry. I is amus
ing to see how some of the office
holders have "worked their
Some
no doubt feel overwhelmed with
much kindness.
The growth of the creamery
industry in the state of Minneso
ta is something phenomenal.
The state has 666 creamories, a
gain of 221 during the past two
years. Kandiyohi county has IB
creameries in operation, where
seveu or eight years ago it had
none. There arc but seven coun
ties in the state thathavo alarger
number of creameries than Kan
diyohi.
The prime object of the prison
twine plant was to prevent the
twine trust from fleecing Minne
sota farmers. Had this been
kept in mind by the warden, he
would not have disposed of near
ly all the twine to dealers, A big
surplus of twine in stock at
Stillwater would be preferable lo
having the product controlled by
the dealers.
D. Clough—"The people of
Minnesota have great confidence
in John Lind. It has been sta
ted by many that his great pop
ularity or strength, as it may be,
was owing to my weakness But
the other fellow will have a
chance to prove that
So Lind is to be defeated this
year by being called a "Span
iard?" He was called an "anar
chist" two years ago and sur
vived in the good esteem of the
people of Minnesota, and this ap
pellation will prove a boomerang
to the one who uses it
"Thank God* I am not a candi
date," exclaimed Dave Clough
when he was told that John Lind
had accepted.
The Watson fleet was only a
bluff, but it served its purpose.
Camarracame back.
McNELLIS,
-Agent for—
Dr Ward's
MEDICINES,
is now located in Willmar and
will be pleased to see his many
customers.
Beware of Imitations!
„Be sure you get the DR.
WARD'S,' manufactured by
Langdon & Burch and sold by
rf
For Trade.
Wanted to trade a quarter section
of land,in State of Kansas for prop
erty in Village of Willmar. Address
or call at this office for further infor
mation.
Candidate for Register of
Deeds.
To the voters of Kandiyohi Co.:
hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of Register of
Deeds, and solicit the support of all
ftood citizens irrespective of party.
E SEGEESTROM.
Road Bonds for Sale.
Sealed bids for the purchase of Fopt Lake
Road arid Bridge bonds will be received at
the auditor's office In Willmar, Kandiyohi
(Jounty, Minnesota, until August 1st A
1W
W at 2 O' Clock at which time
Mttldbidftwlll be opened, said bonds to be
lulled for the sum of $3250 00, and to be in
flvu »f|ual amounts of $650 00 each, and
payable on or before ten years, in order as
iiiirnbfred The undersigned reserves the
right to rt Ject aDy or all bids Dated this
Kith day of July 1808
A 1 liYtrABE, Chairman of Board
of omity ominisbioners, Kandiyohi Coun
ty, Minnesota
LKWIH JOIINSOW, County Auditor
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