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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 February 1901

Name of Owner Subdivision of •action Clarke Mann do do do do do do do do do do ft Whitney Clarke 34 Mann %, do do do do do EttaJ Murphy Clarke Mann do do do do do do do do do do do do do 4* do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 0 do do do ft do do do do do Rothwell's Addition—Continued Tear for Amount Total Lot Block which of Taxea ttxw taxes Penalty and are delin- Paul delin- qusnt tie# quent $cts lets $ eta 1896 I 1897 1898 1899 1896 1897 1898 1899 1896 1897 1898 1899 1*96 1897 1898 1899 1896 1897 1898 1899 1896 1897 1898 11899 1896 1897 1898 1899 fl896 1897 1898 ,1899 '1896 1897 1898 .1899 Fl896 1897 1898 .1899 '1896 1897 1898 1899 1899 1.30 1.30 1,44 1.40 1.30 1.36 1.44 1.40 1.30 1.30 1.44 1,40 1.30 1.80 1.44 1.40 1.30 1.30 1.44 1.40 1.30 1.30 1.44 1.40 6 7 7 7 8 7 9 7 10 7 11 7 13 7 13 7 14 7 15 7 16 7 7 8 9 8 10 8 11 8 12 8 13 8 14 8 15 8 3 9 4 9 5 9 6 9 7 9 8 9 9 9 10 9 11 9 15 9 16 9 1 10 .19^ .19 1 .21^ .21] .19 .19 .21 •21, .19 ,19 .21 .21 .19 .19 .21 •21. «19^ .19 ...

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. — 22 February 1901

MORRILL l'eb. IN—Torn Auini'dri'l IS painting tlio wood work on the msidn ot lLv» school house 111 Dirttrnjf HO. Mr. and Mre». Vanalstme rejoice at HIK advent of a girl bnlvr. Mi. and Mrs. lyde YuimK'ri little girl, who for a time wus dauuerously sick, is now recovering. F. 1). Lapping baa taken an agency fur selling cretin separators. Stella ClicHiey is visiting friends iu Little Fall-. H. A. Oicutt, who a few weeks ago expected lo rii'iVf with Inn family to ojr town.has elianged his intt-ntionaand will leave Sunk Kankl* on th** 19th for Idaho. A yonng IIUIII IIIUII' '. HDU-E of eon, Alaska, will purchase rhe Theodore Koch land. cotnprlsiLg the \vI..i** of Mount. Morris ami iv ine the same for a sheep ranch. The Ladit* Aid gave a Y-il^ni iue social at th^ house of Al. Cartel on the evening of the 14th. An outright, back­ woods time wa*» had, from which all gut valun received. The young people did not upset Mrs. Carter's house but they had a big time playing innocent games. Fifty ti...

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. — 22 February 1901

State of Minnesota, and costs. teS. County of Morrison S E A Name of Owner Joseph Galda nwj^ uf nw»4 & 20 acr of lot 1 A Tuttle part, of ne% of sw'/i & part of lot 6 Agnes Baron part of se^ of neVi Zacharias Shedar 33 a of n*4 of neK Rosalie Sobieck 87% a of sw»4 of nw% Ohotta of w% ot neVi do e% w«£ of 8eVi Peter Ohotta nwV£ of ne*4 St & Ry eV£ of hw^4 & swy4 of seVi John Peaterick ny2 of swVi St & Ry se}^ neyt Paul Jorosczek dwMol 8 A 0 Kipp wS of n%l/i 8 A 0 Kipp wS of n% /i Theo Dolan se)4 of aw 1 O Johnson of sw{^ A Legman lots 1 and 1* 6 Paulina Lemaa nw% se% and lot 3 18 AlbertLzespurek nV-t of nft of ne%of se%19 Jas Hudo 1 32-160thsain nw cor of tie1,4 of ne% Hudalla ewl,4 of ne^i Cash sw*4 of and lot 1 do lots 2, 3, 4 & 5 Ed Cash nw^ of swVi Wm Sparrow eV£-of neW Mary Gulda seVi °f seH S Casper IV# a of se^ of gwU i. A Lindbergh 30 a of sw% oif nei4 1 St Paul & My w^J of sw}4 of seVi 1 S & O Kijip ne'4 of se}4' 1 W Kay \v}4 of nwVi & nwV4...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 February 1901

I 'i-t- is -u. Nuoeot Ovnar Subdivision of Berg ne^of nw^&ew^ot ne^4 do Lot* 1 dc 6 W Hall nwy4 of se% W Ayerlotsfl A 2 Frank Bailey do Warren Lusk nwVt of «e% Ifrancis Kozlaskt e'/fc of ne% E. W Owens se^ W E Hall efc, of sw»4 S ft O Kipp nwVi of ne% Swilt se'/i of nw% 8 Mills B%~OI nwVi of se^4 E A Mills nwJ/iof bw}^ 6 Albert Tbelan ee% of »e% & e% of se^ 6 A ft Brooks part of nw% of eej^ot ne% 7 I E Staples part of s% of neVi 7 Palmer Potter ^a of ny2 of nw}£ of swV4 of nej^ 7 David Fidler b% of ne*4 & e% of se% 8 II Jones 1 a Id nw cor of nwl£ of swji 8 €1 E Holden of *s#% ft ne% of se% 9 O O Searle nwM of swJ4 Gustav Kttngberg eJ4 of bw^4 & s% of Ernest Kleinscbmidt w% Of s-*r% O Searle of nwU of sw% do s% sw% Hanson B%of of neVi N E Kilson ee% of ne% tamel Crow of nw^ Amanda Nilson v}4 of s^4 A Lindberg w% of 8 Bnckman w% of sc% 8t FanI ft Ity n-w% of iv4 do of sw% fit Pan! ft By ee% of bv^ O W Bergstrom e% of ne% ft of nwU of neVi St Paul ft By sw%. of ne% A 6...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 February 1901

Name of Owner Bubdivisigt of section Mlenael Baron 17 18 19 2D a 22 23 Whitby Lumber Co do do do do do do do I/S &PCo Whitby Lumber Co do do Trustees Motley No1MIOOF Whitby Lumber Co do do Cole 44 ft of lotBl* Whitby Lumber Co W A White aft Wilson undffcofsMi Whitby Lumber Co do do do do do do do E E McMillan Critchlow s% O Brown Jane Tewkesbury 49 Whitby Lumber Co A Weston do do FNKMh ,1-15 jjW iRi Year for Amount Lot Block which el taxes taxes Penalty are delin delln- qnent qaeat $ eta $ ets VILLAGE OP MCKIMLEY—Continued. —continued. VILLAGE OF MOTLEY A 1899 .07 .01 .06 II •07 .01 .06 .07 .01 .06 •a .07 .01 .08 14 II .07 .01 .06 .« .07 .01 •08 II «. ."7 .01 ,OM .) .07 .01 .06 .67 .01 .08 .« .07 .01 .06 I. «4 .07 .01 .08 •01 .06 II 1. .07 .01 .06 II .4 .07 .01 .06 .07 .01 .08 .1 .07 .01 .08 .07 .01 .08 .07 .01 .08 .07 .01 -08 .07 .01 .08 .07 .01 .08 1. .07 .01 .08 II 1. .07 .(ll .08 .. t. .07 .01 .08 .07 .01 .08 .07 .01 .08 .07 .01 .08 II .07 XI .08 .07 .01 .08 ,1897 •1899 1899...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 February 1901

Ninioof Owner Subdivision of E Davis s% sw*4 Campbell e'/a of ne*4 Robert Burcli ne% of se*4 A Whitman lots 4, 5 & 6 do nw'i of nwV4 do lots 7,8 & 9 St Paul & Duluth Ry syr'/i of seV4 and 8W% of sw% and lot 5 E Davis e'-j of nwVi St Paul & Duluth Ry n'i of nwVi and ne?4 of seVt AYhittier & Ball se'i of & w'n of sw'4 Bradley Bros s\v!4 of seU Abbie Rutten ne'i E Gillman se'4 I., W Ayer tieVi of se*i & lots 9, 10,11 Rocheleau seVi of and s\v!4 of Rocheleau lots 2, 4 and 5 do lot 2 Farrand lot 3 Lillie 13 Wilson 2 a of ne',4 of lot 4 N Clarke lot 5 Farrand part of svf% of swVi Alex Reaper lacre of sw^ of sw££ do 4 acres of se]4 of se'/i do part of ne% A Lindberg of n\v% HasmusLawran ne^exceptRof way26 N a 2 6 I.ulla Cash part of of swj^ 26 I., Lacliance part of s1^ of sw*4 26 Pristoti lot 2 Schultx ne*4 of se'4 A\ KR Co of Minn e'* of ne14 do nw1^ of se'4 John Olson s1^ of se*4 Philomena Picotte s1 of swV4 Picotte nw-i/4 Nat Life Association n'j. of se^i Her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 March 1901

1%V 4 J*- !&fC 4i VOL. 13 NO 1 saaBKHBKHBEKKi Lac hance vs Louisa and I) La chance—J R—E S S. Missouri Kansas & Texas Trust Co vs Her­ man and Mary Hyson—J R—L & L. South Bend foundry Co vs Grahain—J K- & Morrison Co vs St if & Ry Co (2 cases) 8R&GW Tliayer, A Lindbergh and Gilbert, A Lindbereh, St & N Co (3 cases), Ry Co. St. & Co (2 rno"«), W P'Co S ""rebby—Proceedings for L-iiiorcing payment of taxes and Interest upon otil estate—13 cases. I) P.urns vs Buckman & Nichols—.T R— g- T? A L. Blanchavn vs Ry Co—.J ^3 LITTLE "f^ 4 I 1 (Successors to R. MUSKE.) .DEALERS IN. AgriculturalMachinery McCormick Harvesters and Binders We have a Full Line of Wagons, Plows, Drills, Seeders, Etc. Agents for the Buffalo Pitts Engines and Separators District Court. We handle a complete line of repairs for all kinds of Agricultural implements. We also handle Sewing Machines and Sewing Machine Sundries. BISENIUS & EICH, E Beale & Co vs Imp & Nav—T ft—Lin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 March 1901

ft? y\ V/iLL- CopyrlgM. IQOO, by A* N. Continued from FVb 8th. SYNOPSIS. Chapter I—Maj. Goddard makes unfor­ tunate investments and' loses, almost en­ tire fortune. His wife's actions at this lime lead him to believe she married for money. She had been a poor milliner with whom he had become infatuated. She never .allowed him to learn certain things connected with past life. Chapter II—Arriving home from business Coodard learns his wife has left for city. Missing considerable sum of money from •afe 01 which she knew leads him to con­ clude she means desertion. Telegram comes asking him to see her at Palace hotel in New Yorfc Chapter III—Mrs. Goddard formulates •lan by which she and Goddard can pome Into fortune of his ward Blanche. She will go abroad, while abroad report will come back of her death, he will marry Blanche who loves him but who has fatal heart trouble and will not live two years •n Blanche's death she will prove false re­ port of her own death. To this plan the major ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 March 1901

1 t.. (Copyright, igoo, by A. N. Kcllofff Newspaper Co] "The dead is aMve," she muttered, "and very much alive!" I Without much trouble she found the —•Hamilton house, and "Mrs. Charles Gfay" wat Boon in. a big comfortable •ingle thing to bother me," she said. ?'And what is to hinder her?" But the morning passed and her companion did not appear, her elation changed to anxiety. What could "I know you are angry, but I could not help it?" began Airs. Nolan in a .^harsh undertone. "What was it?" demanded Mrs. God* 9ard "don't keep me waiting." "It was a lot of things. I did my best, but the custom officers would not let me have your trunks." "Is that all?" "No, they held me there for several hours asking all manner of questions about you and making me swear to Aatements. I swore enough lies to draw a pension from the kingdom of Hell for the rest of my life. It was all ^_about the ownership of the contents of £he trunks and which were your '^things and which mine." "Then they did not sus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 March 1901

iSsV?*^ 1$ w] LITrLE M. k^-v Bit i!' ESTABLISHED. 1889. LITTLE FALLS PRINTING COMPANY OH AS. t. VASALY. BOITON. P. J. VASALY. ASST. EDITOR. TflB HERALD In published Every Friday Morning at 182 Broadway, VaMUT- Block. Entered ae second-clam mall matter. tf aboerlbere ordering addreea of their pa aw*vehapged mmt always gi\e their former Mil as their present aadree*. A* papers are continued unless MI explicit order Is reeeivea for discontinuance and tttsll arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is pud is painted after the address. Bobaeritoers wishing magaiines or other Mftodlcals can have same In connection with FN HSBALD at reduced rates. 81*50 ?ER YEAR. FRIDAY. MCH. X. The 30th volunteer infan­ try has left Manila and is now on the high seas, bound for home. Although a large bounty, about $500 each, was offered for those re-enlisting, but 68 men remained behind. Those soldier boys have got enough of the Philippines. The Garfield republican club of Duluth recently pass...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 March 1901

,+-) Mrs. Harry Stillwell is quite ill. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sim­ mons, Feb. 28, a eon. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. C.* Dacloe, Feb. 22d, a daughter. Born—To Mr. and Mrs.Peter Berg etrom, Feb. 24tb. a son, Kerich & Moeglein have tbeir new steam plant in operation. A. Kithbun and John Ledoux were paid bounties Wednesday. Frank Rodney, Martin Poster and Harry Conliff are employed by the N. P. at Bemidji. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Potter were in St. Pau! for a few days. Mr. Potter has been haying his eyes treated. Miss Bertha Bucklm, the celebrat­ ed violiniste with the Sousa band, is a native of Little Falls. New York. Mrs. R. Herron went to Chi­ cago the first of the week to pur­ chase her spring stock of millinery. Arthur Pryur, the great trombone soloist of the Sousa's band,is known as the trombone Pagantni. At Gross opera bous^ next Thursday after­ noon. Nobody wants to repudiate float ing indebtedness, even though a lot of it is tinged with rottenness. All the people want is a crack at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 March 1901

a U. Professional Cards T\B. F.H. HERO, Dentist. gpeciaHtttiflaee II olftowi and Bridge Work and tMaUhtr Mfig N Irregular Teeth, Gas or odantomler tor plMexe extraction of twtb. Over tbe Mrstoer. M. A. F"K I 1EK. M. D.. V.M..Qratfn -te \Jf, of Vlkio.-iH IJiilv rsicy. ltoncraal. Qnada, burgeon to UK Gabriel Boa^lttil. Off— honrw 8 to 10 a. m. and 'J to 4 p. u. Oflte OT«r WetRl'i drug uton Lli. 6 Osurgeon DK nihI(WK er of Third street auaSMond aye. N. S. ROBERTS. physician and iw|wd M. P. Philadelphia. Pa. L. G. G. LdM»n England. Spatial ty, now, throat •nA au. Offlae hours, 9 to 11 a. m.. 2 lo 4 •od to 8 p. ro. Telephone, Reeidenea at Hotel Antlerw. Offlree In Rbodea block. Jgaon. e. MILLsPAUGH, physician and anr- Flyn block Office houra: 1 to 4 a, and 7 to 8 p. m. Reaidence corner ~rd am. and Third St. 3. K. 0. TRACE. M. D. Phy to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to Vie Northern Pacific K. R. Offlae hoar* 9 toll a. ni..to2lo5p. m. Office ta LM beegh blnak. Reisidenee. ftouih Foartfc St. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 March 1901

_i» A THE NEW- YORK WEEKLY The Fresh Drugs. HONORABLY MADE AND STAUNCH BRCXT. CLOTHING intelligent business man—the man who appre­ ciates clothing for what there is in the goods, the work* manship and fit together with our 1901-2 Sack Suit. 1 Mechanic's and Farming Tools the GALL WILL CONVINCE Our wine is direct from California. Wine the same as other things, has advanced in price, but we will sell at our usual low prices. This year we have a larger choice and more brands. W ines are finer than ever. CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE, SFrandel Bail ding, First St., near German American Batik, Little Fails A L. D- BROWN POPULAR PUBLICATIONS-POPULAR PRICES has for nearly sixty yeara been recognized as the People's Na­ tional Family Newspaper, for farmers and villagers. Its splendid Agricultural Depart­ ment, its reliable market re­ ports, recognized authority throughout the country its fashion notes, its Science and Mechanics Department, it fascinating short stories, etc., etc., render it indispe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 March 1901

Feb. 25—An inch and a half of MiO« fell Suudav. Miss Amrn Berendt. of Little Falls visited with friends and relatives tn. latter part of the week. Oar barber doesn't need to go around looking for wood. He hps plenty of wood ot biH owu He says be will kid­ nap your whiskers, or that superfluous amount of ha r, with ease, if you call at the shop. Bernard Vizcek and Stanislous Boraseh are haul ng logo to the i-aw mill. Vincent Tzreibiatowski and Peter Zmuda have returned from the wood*. The dance given by Paul Reichter was well attended. M, V. rerd not bother about attach­ ing his telephones wires to Pike CreeV. nor to blow hard creek. Tuke kind ad vice ot .vour eldniK, and attach then to New Brighton, and be sure us. Electiic oil. There i* nothing better in the marker for tbe valves Friends of Joe Berendt assembled at his houae Monday evening. A lovelj tim^, is tbe verdict. Grip is an unwelcome visitor. John Reh and Anton Weber are busy chopping logs. John Cieminski gave a log hauling...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 March 1901

If k. •iaBSBgBSKKJMSKiB^ as^jogKttjKKjKjaaKKt City Attorney Shaw reported $200 received from tbt* insurance com­ panies for damages to the city hall caused by the hotel fire. Bills allowed: St. Paul Dry Goods store, mdse $ 5 52 N. H. Jacobson nidse 2 90 Phillips & Gibson, mdse 15 00 E. iI. Johnson, rent to poor 2 00 Richard Bros, mdse 8 73 R. Iluske, wood 37 13 N. \V. Chance, for Dr. Kochford, opera­ tion to Mrs. Hunt HO Mrs. Brunett. boardjfor Mrs. Rivard 10 06 Gravel Mercantile Co. indse 13 15 J. Droskoski, mdse 8 00 Muske, wood 2 75 A. K. Hall, mdse 50 N. E. Stanton, mdse 4 25 Mrs. A. Germain, board to Mrs lUvard 7 00 Mcyjr. mdse 85 Bert Ptpwart, special police 100 \Vm. Girock, special police 12 00 Pine Tree Lumber Co., wood 30 00 H. G. Van Buskirk, special police 1 00 W. B. Jones, plumbing 5 05 Bridge crew .....165 05 T. J, Martin, paint for bridge 12 75 Ellenbecker & Goulet, mdse 12 8± John Anderson, work 5 60 C. Brown, draying 50 Ellenbecker & Goulet, hardware 7 50...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 March 1901

.J WiLL. Continued fri SYNOPSIS. Chapter I—Maj. Goddard makes unfor­ tunate investments and loses almost en­ tire fortune. His wife's actions at this lime lead him to believe she married for tnoney. She had been a poor milliner with whom he had become infatuated. She never allowed him to learn certain things Connected with past life. Chapter II—Arriving home from business Coodard learns his wife has left for city. JMissing considerable sum of money from safe ot which she knew leads him to con­ clude she means desertion. Telegram comes Mking him to see her at Palace hotel in Mew Yorfc Chapter III—Mrs. Goddard formulates plan by which she and Goddard can come Into fortune of his ward Blanche. She will go abroad, while abroad report will •ome back of her death, he will marry Blanche who loves him but who has fatal heart trouble and will not live two years •n Blanche's death she will prove false re­ port of her own death. To this plan the major is brought to reluctantly consent. Chapter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 March 1901

1 ..Copyright, xtoo, by A. N. Kellogg Nawspapar Co] our egotism has undone you, Jeanne," said Mrs. Nolan with no little cautious unction. "I had no sooner laid nay eyes on that beautiful youD£ creature than «I knew if he «TOr was in love with her once he would be again." "For mercy's sake, dfry up!" com­ manded the furious woman. "This is no time for you to lecture me. Do you know that we shall be stranded JGjtere without money enough to keep us? Do you know that he defies me to expose the matter and that ha •wears I shall never touch the girl's money.'^ "Not after her death?" asked Mrs. No!an, her own face growing sudden­ ly grave. "Death, you idiot? The girl is as sound as a dollar." *1 thought you said—" ''"It makes no difference what •aid," broke in Mrs. Goddard. "She'll never die till I get back to America, and—" Mrs. Nolan caught the excited wom­ an by her shoulders and forced her to look at her. "Do you mean that—that you in­ tended to commit murder, Jeanne?" "If he did not g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 March 1901

Si' sn irrnE i# FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. UTTLE FALLS PRINTING COMPAN OHA8. fc". VA8ALY. EDITOR. Pi J- VASALY, ASST. EDITOR. THE HERAI.D l» published "Every Friday Morning at 3 u2 Broadway, "VaseJy Block. Ifintered as second-class mail ruatxer. dibocribers ordering address of their c&anged must pa- afw mm lways gh their former iiaii an mcir ureseat BddrMK. All papers are continued nnleM an explicit •order is received for discontinuance and m tBdkll arrearages are paid. fhe date to which a subscription is paid is pvkited after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other Mifodlcals can have same in connection with Til HERALD at reduced rates •1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY. MCH. 8. 1901 MARCH 1801 Su. *1o. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Meeker county republicans object to being1 put in the Sixth district. They must have heard of some of the St. Cloud boys. Frank Vanderlip, one of tha assistant secretarie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 March 1901

Paulinus Huhn of St. ?C|oud was before the pension examining board Wednesday. Hubn was a riaemoer of Co. M, and was shot through the 'ungs ia one of the engagements in Luzon. Sergtant Ignacz Schiminsky, of Battery F, 2d Light Artillery, sta­ tioned at Washington, D. C., is home on twenty days's leave, visiting relatives in Swan River. He has been in the service nine years, first enlisting at ChasKa, and has two years to serve to complete his third t^rm of service. Two brothers are with the 6th U. S. Infantry in the Philippines. Owing to the recent death of both parents of the Ser­ geant. the farm in Swan Ri er has been left in charge oi two minor sons, and Sergeant Schiminsky will ask for a discharge in order to care for the plnce. The sergeant has been stationed at Fort Riley, Kan­ sas, Newport, R. I., Santiago, Hav­ ana and other places. "No Greater Mistake can be Made.. Than imagining- it is economy to buy the cheapest •Harness and Saddlery goods because the price seems low. The ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 March 1901

DR. F. H. MERO. Dent**. BpdtiaW4*Sraa«te of (ojvb and Bridge Wort and iMniRlit •afng oI Irregnlar Teetn. On 8 or oduntaader tor palnleHf» ex r«crion of toeth, Over tl»f Wttf'Stoer. Gof M. A. F- 'K 1.1ER. M. D.. C.M..Qradu Vii Uutv-ratty. Montreal. CnadA, surgeon to St. Gabriel Honfiital. OOm hour« 8 +o 10 a. m. and LM.D. and ear. E E S&M'--. i®£. '2 Ottiee Osurgeon to 4 p. ui O0re over Weteel'B drug stoie raalrtence eovner o( Third street and Second ave. N. E. M. KOBERTS, physician and surgeon Philadelphia. Fa. L. G. L\ Irftadon England. Specialty, nose, throat hours, 9 to 11 a. in.. 2 to 4 •ad 6 to 8 p. ra. Telephone, Residence at Hotel Antlers, Oifi-e« hi Rhodes block. Jge O. MILLSPAUGH, physician and «ur »n Flyii block Office houre: 1 to 4 a, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner VMrd ave. and Third St, S. E. C. TRACK. M. D. Physician and to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern I'wiftc R. K. Offlwe hour* 9 to 11 a. m., to 2 1o 5 p. m, Office in Lind beagrfc Re^idenoe, Sout...

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