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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 September 1900

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Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 September 1900

LITTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED, 1889. LITTLE FALLS PRINTING COMPANY CHA8. K. VASALY. EDITOR. P. J. VASALY. ASST. EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broad-way, VaagJy Blocfc. Entered as second-clasp mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa­ pers changed must always gi\ their former well as their present address. •11 papers are continued unless an explicit order is received for discontinuance and ni til all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Bibscribers wishing magazines or other srlodlcals can have same in connection wltn HERALD at reduced rates. $1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, SEPT. 28. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN. For Vice-President— ADLAI E. STEVENSON. For Congressman, Sixth District— HENRY TRUELSEN. For Governor— JOHN LIND. Lieutenant Governor— T. J. MKIGHEX. Secretary of State— M. C. NEARY Treasurer— H. C. KOERNEH. Attorney General— ROBERT C. SAUNDERS. Rai lroad Coinmis...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 September 1900

W T* I & Ml r' Gentlemen:—In accepting the nomi­ nation tendered by you on behalf of the Democratic party, I beg to assure you of my appreciation of the great honor conferred upon me by the dele­ gates in convention assembled, and by the voters who gave instruction to the delegates. I am sensible of the responsibilities which rest upon the chief magistrate of so great a nation, and realize the far-reaching effect of the questions in­ volved in the present contest. In my letter of acceptance of 1S96, I made the following pledge: "So deeply am I impressed with the magnitude of the power vested by the Constitution in the chief executive of the nation and with the enormous in­ fluence which he can yield for the ben­ efit or injury of the people, that I wish to enter the office, if elected, free from any personal desire, except the desire to prove worthy of the confi­ dence of my countrymen. Human Judgment is fallible enough when un­ biased by selfish considerations, and, in order th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 September 1900

I*- iv & The lament of David over Absalom Is one of the most pathcllc passages of the Old Testament. The tact that the son was in rebellion against civil as well as parental authority did not shake the fa­ ther's affection, and the anxious Query» "'Is the young man, Absalom, safe, lingers in the memory of all who study the life cf the great Hebrew King. Ana, .yet, the interest which David felt in his .son, Absalom, has its parallel in the more than 10,000,000 families which make up the American people. No language can describe a mother love, or overstate the abiding interest which the father feels in the welfare of •tils child. From the time when the moth­ er's life hangs in the balance at the boy "birth until the death of the parents there Is scarcely a waking hour when the son is not present in their thoughts and plans. It is to this parental devotion, so uni­ versally recognized, that I desire to ap­ peal on this occasion. Ap fixl to FarentalDev I would call the attention of ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 September 1900

Viktor Bros. —That's the place to buv clotliMg and shoes. MissGundersou of River Falls,.W» has been added to the local teaching corps. Jos. Barden has rented one of the Bushey residences on Tbifd avenue northeast. Geo. Siudair or Minneapolis, is visitiDg with Dave Swanson at Green Prairie S. F. Staples .has taken the bouse on Tnird street, formerly occupied by Mr. Shorey. If the boys don't quit making: fun of Henry, he won't go to see her any more in Pierz. Shoes are going out of Viktor Bros, store in l^ts or three to ten pairs to each family. A large audience saw "A Breezy Time"' at Gross opera house Wednes­ day evening. The sho 7 was a good one. P. H. Newman was drawn as a grand juror for t.prm of U. S. court which commencpd at Fergus Fails Sept. 2")th. Pol!cen?an Morrison's bicycle was stolen Saturday night from in front of Lindgren's restaurant on the West Side. Preaching service in the brickyard school-house on Sunday at 3 o'clock. This is tl)n last service before Rev. nrmh goe...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 September 1900

Professional Cards DR. F. H. MERO. Dentist. Specialtiesmade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight oing of Irregular Teeth. Gas or oduntunder or painless extraction of teetb. Over the Fair Stoer Gof M. A. F0RTlER.\i. D.. C.M.. Graduate Victoria University. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hourn 8 to 10 a. in. and 2 to 4 p. m. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence corner of Third street and S cond a(ve. N. E. LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon I). Philadelphia. Pa. L. P. G. C, London, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Ottice hours, 9 to lla.m.. 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone, Residence at Hotel Buekman. Offices in Rhodes blcc Jgeon. G. MILL«!PAUGH. physician and sur F1 vn block Office hours: 1 to 4 a, ami 7 'to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St. S. K. Osurgeon C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and to St Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours 9 to 11 a. m., to 2 to 5 p. in, Office in Lind­ bergh block. Reside...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 September 1900

L. D- BROWN, Drugs. For sale at :d-'- 1 Pioneer Drtiy ©tore Fresh To ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE W. MAV.V, Agent. Little Falls. Mirui Chas. S. Fee, G. P. A LINDBERGH BLOCK. DULUTH AND JOINTS EAST&. SOUTH To BUTTS HELENA SPOKANE ST. PAUL. MINN. P. S. EUSTIS, Oen'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. ^Million YESTIBULED TMHS--DHIIG CARS TIME RD-LITTLE FALLS EAST BOUND. No 2—North Coa»t Limited No 6— Fargo&L. L. lineal.. So. 12— Krom Brainerd N'o. 8—Alauitoba Express... No 4—Twin City Express... ILARGESTSItWEFlANTINTtiEWM 30 years successful service Jtwcl StoTM anitU by Ellenbecker & ARRIVE LEAVB 10.38 a 10:15 1:55 3:18 am 4:05 a G-oulet Breosote Oi Gives a rich dark color to the wood, fills the pores and makes the use of paint unnecessary. Used on floors makes them water proof and prevents de­ cay. Used on sinks prevents absorption of waste water. It destroys strong1 odors, keeps the atmos­ phere healthy. It is the most powerf...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 September 1900

vi St t&t *-s&V*""fck -k -Vi VifV#* BUCKMAN. Sept- 24—The wet weather hao pot our road* iu bad couditiou. making it bard to move threuhera/and for ttao*e plowing. The infant child of Mr. .and Mrs. Peter Thomas died 'Wednesday, last week and was buried Thursday. Born—To Mr. and Mr*. John Marabek. Sept. 21, a son. Peter Koeuijc, one of the oldest set­ tlers of this town, died at 1 o'clock in the afternoon of dropsy, aged 68 years. He leaves a wife and two children. The funeral Hill take place Wednesday at 9 o'clock, from the Catholic church at Buckman, Father Beck officiating. Mr. Koenig was supervisor of the town for Aewral terms and wa* a highly lespect ed citizen, a good, upright, honest man. Threshing has started and a fair crop ie expected. Dr. Seguin was called today to Pierz to see John Newman, wha is very ill. Our new physician, Dr. Seguin, is very popular and has a large practice. Some of our roads just now are in bad .shape,making teaming very difficult with a load. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

A WINNING TICKET. Democratic CdnteatiM rets Straa« Array £kl $• 1 & 'V. l» The democratic county convention was called to order at 2*Ylock Sat ordav afternoon at the fcourt house by Chairman Vasaly of the county committee. Chas. E. Vasaly was elected chafr h/Jan and B. B. Cox secretary. A -committee on credentials o! three—Geo. Mueglein, Ed Laforce and M. Smpe, was appointed. F. W. Lyon. C. W. McMillan and Geo. Schermerhorn were appointed as committee on resolutions. A short recess was taken to allow the committees to report. When the convention re-assembled the following: delegates were report­ ed in attendance: Agrarb—Jos Raueh. Mat Thomas. Buckth at—Jos Horteeb, Adam Miller Nicholas. Mil !er. B.-lleviie—R 8 Clarke.J Lambert, Feitsami Bull—Henry Gerwiner, Peter Virnig, Heury G^ssert, Adam Virnig. Belle Prairie—Da "id Moran, Jos! Dou ^cette, Amede Derosier. Clough—Peter Wedenbacb. Cushing—Chas Mostrom. Elm Dale—Oie Westgruod. And Ryd holm, P^terPOH, Gust Stein, A An­ derson, Ju...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

-0S I #.1 tM jtOUROF THE STATE §Y THE TWO GREAT LEADERS OF THE PEOPLE. ti ud Outpouring of the Peopl» and AUgnlfloiDt Oliplar of Enthailum Sweeps Over the Whole State Like an Irraalstlble, Overwhelming Tidal Wave. Unparalelled In the History of the State* Trade Balance Fallacy—Expansion vs. Imperialism Roundup of Reform Prrii Motes and Comment for tl^o Week, Etc., Etc. REFORM PRESS BUREAU. ST. PAUL, Oct. 1, 1900. Bryan's tour of Minnesota has been one grand triumphal march. It far surpassed all precedent and even all expectations. Everywhere the people gathered in countless numbers and ^ame from great distances to see and hear their great leaders, Bryan and Lind. It has been an outpouring of people such as Minnesota has never Seen before. The enthusiasm dis- ft layed was overwhelming, irresistable. swept over the country like a tidal ftvave and carried everything before it. jtklany a voter who was hesitating on Ifcbe brink, plunged in and declared jbimself for Bryan and Lind with a ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

I Mr ©crdnifltm 0taatcn. $ie Sunbcgoctfajfung ljat ben $ra= ftbenten a!3 tmtn einfadjen 93ottgug3« beamten gtbacfjt, kl oljne ijocfjtonenben unb oljne jcbei Slbjeidjen SQfcadjt unb ©fcflung. jljm fdjttiten fcine fiictoren mit ben fja§«8 DotauS, toitbtn romifdjen ©cnfuln, «t tragi lwber $tone nodj JpetgogSljut, SQBenn man bie na^eten Umftanbe fennen lernt, unter benen unfete S3et= faffung gu ©tanbe !am, bann Ietnt man erft beren SBebeutung fd^a^en, be= ren ©rbfee unb (Srljabenljeit betoun^ bem. (S3.5D. 6.) 9BaYtttn audi Die ^incr }u $rcwtiJcn madden 1 2)ie 30inoi§ ©taatSgeitung, fd^retbt am 29. 5luguft: „25ie 3Ser. ©taaten nwrben iibrtgeng bei bem d)inefifcf)en Rubbelmubbel nid^t gu lurg, fommen. ©elbft menn Sftufelanb bie gange 2Ranbfd^urei unb einige gute §afenplafce am gelben SO^eere toerfdjlingen unb aud^ 2^eutfd§= Ianb toon bet §al6infel (Shantung eu nen tiidjtigen S3rocfen abbeifeen foUte, fo toirb unfere SRegierung am beften t^un, unter toolliget SGBa^ re an be re unb nad^ SBe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

'U UTrLE FALLS HERALD ES-!^USHBP. 1889. LITTLE FALL8PRINTING COMPANY CHA8. K. VA8ALY. EDITOR. P. d. VASALY, ASST. EDITOR. THE HERALD la published Erery Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, VaeeJT Block. Entered as second-claqB mall matter. well as their present add ree*. All papers am continued nnlesa an explicit order 1b received for discontinuance and aa tUall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magaiines or other periodicals can have same in connection with THE HERALD at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, OCT. 5. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN. For Vice-President— ADLAI E. STEVENSON. For Congressman, Sixth District— HENRY TKUELSEN. For Governor— JOHN LIND. Lieutenant Governor— T. J. MEIGHKN. Secretary of Stata— M. C. NEARY Treasurer— H. C. KOERNEI*. Attorney General— ROBERT C. SAUNDERS. Railroad Coniiuissiiiners— P. M. RINGDAHL, T. J. KNOX.S.M. OWEN. Chief Justice FRANK BROOKS. Associat...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

I •4} REPUBLICAN PROTECTION OF TRUSTS —OF THE— COAL TRUST Address of United Mine Workers of America, Sept. 13, 1900, representing 134, 000 union men: "The aver­ age wages of the anthracite ^miners for many years has been LESS THAN $250 ANNUALLY. During that period of time the cost of many of the necessaries of life has been increased over 20 per cent." REPUBLICAN TARIFF of 1897 protects princi­ pal trusts with duties ranging from 30 per cent to 150 per cent ad valorem. AYM. McKINLEY appoints his Attorney-General from New Jersey, where over 1,000 trusts of $8,000,000,000 capitalization have formed in three^ years, and enforces the anti-trust laws against not a single trust. REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMEN (in concert): ^"Congress is powerless the president is powerless, under the present constitution." SLAVERY S. R. VAN SANT, Labor Day, 1900: "The states cannot control they have different interests." Mark Hanna: "What harm can those trusts do the people of this country?. .. .1 say they are no...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

if ££g55^«?^ 4, f*-- THE MAIL TRUST "I MAKE NAILS FOR ALL* 0 (J 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 J1 0 0 TT FARM IMPLEMENT TRUST "IMAKE MACHINERY FOR ALL" TY& COLLECTOR—"SORRX pj FOR YOU, MY MAN, OF MAKE GOODS' THE SUGAR TRUST makeIsuca 0 0 a 0 0 a a 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 li 0 BUT BUSINESS 1$ BUSINESS ,RTHE DOMTLLAFLT PRINCIPLE AMERICAN LIPE TO-DW 1^ YOU I CANT THE PAYMENT WE MUST LEW ON VOUR ilAA .i». DAITX— HO.OWUY RIC* -R THE WIRE TRUST 01 MAKE WIPE rOR ALL (uiTOlUt—*Vou CHMfrll Itf Two «ite*.TO*TH*T 1 o«r/ I\ S 'I I I I I W 'i 1 SUPPLEMENT TO LITTLE FALLS HERALD, LITTLE FALLS, MINN., OCT. 5, 1900. REMEMBER THE TRUSTS! THI 'MKU NSW "PRlCC. ?i»ew BV TMK "AND I PAY FOR ALL! THE POLITICAL TRUST 1 RECEIVE CONTRIBUTIONS IdOOPfl REPUBLICAN^ 5 CAMPAIGN O FUND 0 wa i% 0 0 LABOR REMEMBER THE TRUSTS! THE LUMBER TRUST d:' I~SAW-fcttffBEfrT*OR (ALL" MARKED DOWN! WAS Nova o«i»v $X75®. AVUTL^I. FIRES I* THF^PLNB COUNTRY TIMBER PRFCIN «I6H ALUGONKH WE LEGISLATE FOR ALL"(THE TRUSTS) YOU. *T£'H A S UCK R, STRING M...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

TJ- 5^ j• "4 -Mies Mary (Inerin of Bejle P.rairie, is clerking.at Tomelty'*.' •Jarboe's news depot is now- band ling the Minneapolis Journal. E. »rley of. Bemidjt bought Peter Lafond'a trotter. Boney., Jobn Neuiuan of Pierz is slowly failing and little hope is entertained of his recovery. The High school foot ball team will play Sauk Centre's High school team Oct.. 26th. Mr. and Mrs.M. Piokey N. Y., are visiting thair Mrs. Geo. Schroeder. of Ut'ca, daughter, A. K- Hall is building house, 20 40. one story, his Secoud street store. a ware back of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. WarreD and Miss Anderson were initiated by the Rebekahs Thursday last week. Frank Morgan has moved his family to the house, corner Second street and Sixth avenue north. A. P. Mcf-rea was drawn as petit juror for the term of the S. court which opened at Duluth Tuesday. John Lentz was called to West port last week by the death of his niece, Frances Smith, aged 14 years. Fuller says the one-sided compro­ mise of the suits is u...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

DE.of 1 1 rf p.H. MERO. Dentist. Specialtle»m^de ol Crown and Bridge Work and Stralgbt ning Irregular Teeth. Gas or oduptunuer or painless extraction of teeth. Over the Fair Stoer. Gof M. A. FORTJER. M. D.. C.M..Graduate Victoria University. Montreal. Canada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office bourn 8 to 10 a. m. and li to 4 p. in. Office oyer Wetzel's drug store residence corner ol Third street and Second ave. N. E. LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon D. Philadelphia. Pa. L. P. G. C. London, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone, Residence at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes Wee's, JG. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur geon, Flyn block Office hours: 1 to 4 a, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St. S. E. OBurgeon C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and a to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Morthern Pacific R. R. Office hoars 9 to 11 a. in., to 2to 5 p. m, Office in Lind­ bergh block. Residence, South F...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

1L. Fresh Drugs. SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN yeai #MMlpBfflllfflM#KIBfflIBnHlBBfflnin!IPfflffl!fflllllifflDB* D. BROWN To •T. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS CHINA ALASKA __ KLONDIKE W. MAV.V, Aftfnt. Little Falls. Minn Chas. S. Fee, 6. P. A ST. PAUL MINN. LINDBERGH BLOCK. DULUTH AND *OINTS EAST&. SOUTH To BUTTE HELENA SPOKANE KESTIBDLED TRAIBS--DISIIG CARS Science arid Skill have worked together lor over thirty years to secure the results achieved in Jewel Stoves and Ranges ITMSEST STOVE PUMTMITIEWC J«W(1 stoves BNMld by TIME RD—LITTLE FALLS EAST BOUND. No 1—North Coast Limited No. 57— -'reight No. 5'—Fargo L. L. Local... So. 11—To Brainerd Vo. 7—Manitoba Express... No. 3—Pacific Express ALL UNDER ONE ROOF! On the Burlington's Chicago and St. Lo'iia Limited, you can live as well as the finest hotel in America. You can dine in a dininir car wnoke in a nmoking car read in a library car sleep in a compartment or standard sleeping car and recline in a reclining chair car. All under o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 October 1900

4 I f: ft 1 LEDOIX. Chicago to vint friends, and relatives. Mid*'Blanche Vicherek went to Little Falls, to attend school there. Our democratic caucus took place Fri­ day night and a hot contest ensued a» there were two tickets in the field. A great bowl was made about the ticket having two republicans on it, bnt dear friend would jou Miss Hattie Yasger is visiting her cousin Mrs. J. Kunza. Thomas Wochnik lost a valuable •horse which he had just purchased re cently. Alex Wochuik is hustling the farmers toget er, and is trying to convince them that a creamery would be a good thing in this locality. IPSALA. Mary Miafelt came home from Minne­ apolis Thursday. Oscar and Martin Martinson and Al­ fred Pehraoo returned home last week, Prof. Princell aud Mrs. Princell were in ITpaala preaching in the Cong, ch urch. P. Norquist and Louie Rundquist were -at. Little Falls last week. E. P, Swanson and daughter Sophia were in Upsala Sunday from Little Falls. Kuril Carlson was in Royalton Tues­ da...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 October 1900

VOL A 12. NO 39 The Morris Talk. Congressman Morris opened the republican campaign in this county with an address at Gross opera house Thursday evening last week, It cannot be paid chat the distin­ guished gentleman has improved as a speaker. There was the same glare in his eyes, the same teeth grinding, the same ratid abuse of the opposition as of old. In beginning Morris informed the audience that he was exceedingly proud his vote on the Porto Rico tariff bill, and his explanation was so futile and so absurd that it was the cause of considerable unfavor­ able comment among republicans. Although Senator Davis said the Porto Rico tariff was a "'pernicious mockery," and voted against it. as did Senator Nelson, Morris had nothing to say about those gentle­ men. Mr. Morris neglected to quote AfcKinlfV's message, where he said "'Our plain duty is to abolish all customs tariffs between the United States and Porto Rico," and he failed to mention Secretary of War Root's report, wherein he ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 October 1900

COT. Ill DECLARES UNDER NO CONDITION WILL HE BE. COME A CANDIDATE FOR THE UNITfc-D STATES SENATE. (Would Consider It Politic*! Dlnhoowitjr if He Were to Become a Candidate For the United States Senate In Cm# He Governor Lind has made a declara tioii and it is one that admits of no misunderstanding, misinterpreting or juggling. It is such a one as could not expected otherwise from a man ftviiose reputation for honesty and auoral integrity is as irreproachable as that of Governor Lind. It was at Benson, Minn., during one of the most successful meetings of the campaign. In introducing the gov eruor, Chairman Julius Thorson re ferred to his record in very favorable terms and added the statement that his friends hoped to see him elevated to a Boat in the upper house of congress. In reply to this allusioj the governor made the following plain statement: "I am not, never have been, nor do I «xj,ect to be a candidate for the United fciuiesj semi to. I am a candidate for governor, and if ele...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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