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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 March 1901

•I I P. S. BUSTIS, (Jen'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TDIDIImE -V**'' •M HONORABLY MADE AND STAUNCH FRIEND CLOTHING The Friend Bros. Three-button Frock Suit is a handsome garment. It is worn for both business and social occasions and has a distinctly fashionable individuality that marks it a suit among the many." It sets to the figure, bring­ ing out the graceful lines in the form. It id of the high standard maintained throughout all Friend Bros. Clothing and gives an unusual amount of wear in the fabrics in which it is offered this season. Try a suit on. Ask for Friend Bros. Clothing and see that you get it. Sold by leading dealers. Look for our name in right hand breast pocket. Friend Bros. Clothing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. A Great American Traveler Says "l would rather dine on a Burlington Route dining car than on any other dining car in the world. The only other rail­ road service that conparea with it i« the Orient Express, on which I traveled between Paris and C...

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. — 8 March 1901

I •S^"1 ML' b*. }f I.. ii lis j» MORRILL Mch. 4—Win. Mt i\i*»lipn c-anie l'om from Ins »1 hoiDnat Flaw S|Miny:s!, K.v where he ha* b«vn visiting this winter. Miuert Lerson has ha.y to sell at $2.50 per too. Sledding is very poor now, aad tlie men who were working in the woods here, art! leaving for tu-ir homes elst' where. h. VT. R.van of »ynltoii is workiug on his place in our t.wn. Wit. Kiinin«-nii is ft" ,,l'i resident in Morrill and is as well acquainted with different weetious of land here a* anyone well could be, and wiU carefully shov anvbue liner, wim vvi-li to nitike wlec tions of fort.v-iiCi'H tracts or more. Thpre IM gondlv number of p«oplp sick. The prevailing complaints are grip and rheumatism. Herb. Hlais'ell wfiit to Royalton on Fr iday. fiMinil 1'iiiiil, iiiihf for -i her wagon or i-l* Miss Pearl Hat,f.eii Little Falls, wlio han beeu visiting the Ciieeley girls for a few daye, returned to her home on Friday. A man named Dnfftf visited OUJ town in clie interest of a c...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 March 1901

pp N I & ifcS: 11 VOL. 13 NO 3 Top Buggies, Surreys, Road Wagons, Spring Wagons and Carts. Extra good and easy riding.. Concord Buggies. Rushford and Sterling Farm Wagons- Better and stronger than others. CALL Off THE MJCORMICK AGENT 1,111/1. II-',..., ,,1 'h (i/I ,v III. The McCormick Vertical Lift Mower McCormick Corn Binder McCormick Rakes Exclusive Agents fOl*.... WI^aiWll0Ui -ii 1 I^JlLjrw r|^rx^ PIOWS ^eere -ntl Wheel Plows—The Flying Dutchman, Gang and Sulky Plows. The Prosperous Fanner always has a 'lb* This is a.machine we strongly recommend. The bar is raised vertically from the seat, strong spring assisting. All the desirable features of the New 4 mower are in the Vertical Lift. The draft rod lifts the bar, making it float lightly over an uneven surface the wide bearing shoe hinge, are all valuable features. Everything has been done to make it a practi­ cal mower. The only practical corn binder on the market—up-to-date in all respects, fully guaranteed. All steel, han...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 March 1901

jW,4' fc /v WiLL. SYNOPSIS. Chapter I—Maj. Goddard makes unfor­ tunate investments and loses almost en­ tire fortune. His wife's actions at this time lead him to believe she married for money. She had been a poor milliner with whom he had become inlatuated. She never allowed him to learn certain things •onnected with past life. Chapter II—Arriving home from business Goodard learns his wife has.left for city. Missing considerable sum of money from cafe ot which she knew leads him to con­ clude she means desertion. Telegram comes asking him to see her at Palace hotel in New York Chapter III—Mrs. Goddard formulate* •lan by which she and Goddard can come 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 on Blanche's death she will prove false re­ port of her own death. To this plan the major is brought to reluctantly consent "It is not thai...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 March 1901

Cleaning Carpets and Rng»A Sap plemental Mirror—Boll Ears* In Cold Water. Those vilio have heavy brussels and moquette carpets often find it conven­ ient to clean thein without taking them from the floor, and this can be very easily and satisfactorily done. Tear some old newspapers Into small pieces, soak them in water, then roll them be­ tween the hands until they form soft little balls. Scatter them thickly over the carpets, then give it a thorough sweeping with a broom. The paper will collect the dust and keep it from flying about. Prepare a cleansing mix­ ture by dissolving two bars of white soap in half a gallon of hot water and adding four ounces of borax. Add enough of this mixture to a pan of wa­ ter to make a strong suds and scrub the carpet with it, using a brush and taking only a small place at a time, just as you would scrub a floor. When the place you are washing is clean, wipe it with ,a soft rag wrung out of clean water and proceed in this way until you have gone over...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 March 1901

®3V: UTTLE FILLS HERALD ESTABLISHED, 1889. UTTLE FALLS PRINTING COMPANY CH4S. K. VASALY. EOITOW. P. 0. VASALY. ASST. EDITOR. THIS HEHALD IS published Every Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, TaacJT Block. Entered aa second-clam mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa pen changed must always gl their former mm wed as their present address. UL papers are* continued unless an explicit order 1B received for discontinuance ana u» tDiU arrearages are paid Ctte date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after tbe address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other mrtodicals can have same in connection with T«B HKBALD at reduced rates. •1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, MCH. 15. 1901 MABCH 1901 Su. Mo. TM. We. Tb. Fr. Sa. 1 BENJAMIN 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 81 HARBISON. Born, North Bend, Ohio, Aug\ 20,1833. Died, Indian polio, March 13,1901. We would like to ask the Minneapolis Journal whether it ever heard of an '*independ­ ent" count...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 March 1901

Silas Hammond is working in a 1888 Lake sawmill. Mahara's colored ministrels ap­ peared at the opera house last even tog. Bartlett McNairy has succeeded Alva Longley as oay baggageman at the depot. Herman Berg, brother of J. W. Berjr, vas elected president of Sauk Rapids village Tuesday. C. W. Wood worth will leave for the West next week to look up a business location. Chas. Uraham will represent the local lodge, M. fi. of A., at the special convention which will meet av Alapleton, Minn., next Tuesduy. How would you lite to live iu a house upside dowu? Such a structure is to be ,Been on the wonderful Midway of the Pan-American Exposition. omer Richard has gone to Dulutb, where he will be employed in the real estate and insuranceoffice «f David­ son & McRae. McKibb Hats—K*ep their color. No 6reater Mistake can be Made.. Than imagining' it is economy to buy the cheapest Harness and Saddlery goods because the price seems low. The shoddy character of cheap goods takes away all appar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 March 1901

"M •. ,?'i f-. f:: LM. sr. PAUL 'Pi­ m. ffratialttapmade Wort and iroalglit- iSL F. H. MSAO. DcntM, Imgnlar Teeth. Gas or oduntunder Co* WMMii extrrtCiion of teeth. Over the Vai/etoer. §ofcrverFWetael'ea.drugGabriel M. A. *K 1ER. M. I).. C.M.. Gradu .te Vii'iovrt Uiilv-rstlty. Montreal. iad«t, Surgeon to St. Hospital, •e hours 8 to 10 m. and 2 to 4. p. in. Office Btore residence cdhier of Third street aua Second ave. N. E. KOBERTS. physician and surgeon M.J. Philadelphia. Pa. L. P. G. C. Ldndon Englaud. Specialty. noae. throat md «ar. Office hours, STio If Bml. 2 to 4 •od 6 to 8 p. in. Telephone, Residence at Bote! Antlers. Offl'-es in Rhodes block. JG. MILL^PADGH, physician and sur geon FIvd block Office hours: 1 to 4 a, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner 9mrd a-ve. and Third St. S. E. O C. TRACE. M. D. and Physician surgeon to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours 9 to 11 a. m.. to 21.0 5 p. m. Office in Lind­ bergh BK*k. Residence, South Fourth St....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 March 1901

-aSi P. S. EUSTIS, Gen'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. o. |l Fresh Drugs. I J. w. 55 THE NEW YORK CEIVLI fascinating short stories, etc., etc., render it indispensable in every family. Regular sab* scrlption price, |140 per year. TRIBUNE HONORABLY MADE AND STAUNCH CLOTHING The Friend Bros. Three-button Frock Suit is a handsome garment. It is worn for both business and social occasions and has a distinctly fashionable individuality that marks it a suit among the many." It sets to the figure, bring­ ing out the.graceful lines in the form. It is of the high standard maintained throughout all Friend Bros. Clothing and gives an unusual amount of wear in the fabrics in which it is offered this season. Try a suit on. Ask for Friend Bros. Clothing and see that you get it. Sold by leading dealers. Look for our name in right hand breast pocket. Friend Bros. Clothing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. A Great American Traveler Says "I would rather dine on a Burlington Route dining car than on any other dining ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 March 1901

ELMDALE March 12 —«. R. Vallett was in St. Cl'u(l Hiul St. Paul on lniciiipfc8. Mrn. John Kopkn, who tiusbecufpend­ ing the winter with relative!* in Buck man haHietunifd to E'monl\ Frank John and Wm. Boos went to Fwan lliver Friday. Carl Witke went to Little Falls Mon day. Harry AndprsoD of Swan River wan employed at Kd. Larson's. J. S. Borgstroui, the artist, was in the village this week. Miss Friria .Johuson of St. loud arrived Wednei»'.f«v for a visit vith her pareuts Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Johnson, ho were sicK (ire improving. Swen Carlson went J-\vrtnville Tues­ day. Mr. and Mr Arthur Jones of Two Rivera wtre in the v^lltig" Iiriiay, S. B. Bei jHmin of Lilt)- Kails closed a suecesKfnl ot singinu1 p(:'»ool i*1 tile village lat-t SatnrdiiV «-vei ing. Ir is the generul opinion of the cla»-K that the term was not lii-g noujih. mid that arrangements should have hem made ?or a lonper t«-M'. Howev r, Henry Thompson informs UH that he must be in Dakoi it in a tVv\...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 March 1901

VOL 13. NO. 4 Fan Top Buggies, Surreys, Road Wagons, Spring Wagons and Carts. Extra good and easy riding.. Concord Buggies. Rushford and Sterling Farm Wagons- Hetter arid stronger than others. ii The John Deere Walking nd Wheel Plows-The Flying Dutchman, Gang and Sulky Plows. The Prosperous Farmer always has a *11111! CALL orr the MCCORMICK AGENT Milii-yin'. """M» •'till Ou'll' The McCormick Vertical Lift Mower McCormick Corn Binder McCormick Rakes Exclusive Agents for.... NSagaraThresher '•U WmmgA This is a machine we strongly recom mend. The bar is raised vertically from the seat, strong spring assisting. All the desirable features of the New 4 mower are in the Vertical Lift. The draft rod lifts the bar, making it float lightly over an uneven surface the wide bearing shoe hinge, are all valuable features. Everything has been done to make it a practi­ cal mower. The only practical corn binder on the market—up-to-date in all respects, fully guaranteed. All steel, hand self-dumping. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 March 1901

.._? $Mz i&x: -v a f'oiriiiind from 1ms' we-A. Chapter XIV—Goddard reads In telegram the intended threat, not doubting she could be guilty of deliberate murder. He decides to risk all his property on investment to se­ cure means with which to keep her from troubling either himself or Blanche. Cnapter XV—Sufficient time had elapsed for Mrs. Goddard to have returned. Blanche receives a message and goes out refusing to tell her husband of her destina­ tion. He follows her to poor quarter of the city, only to find her bent upon a charitable mission. Chapter XVI—During all this time the crime has been preying upon the major's mind, and he consults his old friend, a Sriest, Copyright, igoo. bj H. Killote Newspaper Company. Chapter III—Mr*. Goddard formulates Eito lan by which she and Goddard can coma fortune of his ward Blanche. She will go abroad, while abroad report will ome back of her death, he will marry ianche who loves him but who has fatal eart trouble and will not live two ye...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 March 1901

NEW SHORT STORIES.„ r"11* pon ame"* preachers some more, and baa brought The young .man replied that as he sat on the fence to rest while he was iioe- "you ART. A LADEE?' 'You are a ladee?' and when she said with dignity that she was Wu asked, 'Then why do you wear men's clothes? Dr. Mary looked at the minister for only a second and then retorted, 'You are a man?' And when the minister bed declared that he was she retorted, 'Then why do you wear women's clothes?' Wu was taken back for a moment only and then replied, 'Be cause me to do so.' Dr. Mary tlieu as she switched her head and walked away she said proudly, 'Well, the liberty of my country allows me to wear men's clothes.' That closed the incident." t,WAR «. I General Mile. not the as tliey 1 Why, they mean,'Go preach Christ,"' was the reply. moderator, and the council adjourned. —Brooklyn Eagle. Cmtom Versus Llbertr. Congressman Smith of Illinois told this story of an incident that occurred at the president's last New Year's r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 March 1901

sr •-I-? gfi MR'"*' UHLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED, 1889. UTTLE FALL8PRINTING COMPANY CH \8. K. VASALY. EDITOR. J. VASAL Y/A88T. EDITOR. TBB HER a LD te Morning at published Every Friday 122 Broadway, "VasaJy Block. fintered as second-class mail matter. Babscrlbers ordering address of their pa pMS changed mast always gli their former mil as their present address. Ail papers are continued unless an explicit order is received for discontinuance and u» W«li arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is pita ted after the address. BiDscribers wishing magazines or other osrlodicals can have same In connection with ¥aa HKRALD art reduced rates. •1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, MCH. 22. 1901 MARCH 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. 3 1 2 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 81 If some of the legislators with con* greBsiona' aspirations get republi­ can nominations, the democrats will have reason to be pratef .i1. The Elk River Star-News says tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 March 1901

Home made delicacies for sale by tbe Indies of the Guild at Tanner's store on Saturday from 2 to 5. Grand Master Van Praag and Grand Warden Powers 01 the I. 0. 0. F. at­ tended tbe Odd Fellows meeting Monday night, ^nd entertained the lodge after the sesrion. The first issue of Der Btobachter (The Observer.) tbe new German paper, ap peartd last week. It is a neat looking six-column quarto, with John Mueller as editor and proprietor. We wish the new venture success. Mr. Shelhart, who has been teaching* school near Randall, was operated on by Dn-. Fortier and Chance at the hos­ pital Monday reorLing. Tuberculosis of the knee join: made amputation of the leg uecessai v. A. K. Hall has sold his grocery store to the Little Falls Grocery to., of which B. Y. McNairy will be manager. Mr. McNairy is a business man of long exper­ ience, and the store should be prosper­ ous under bis management. No Greater Mistake can be Made.. Than imagining1 it is economy to buy the cheapest Harness and Sadd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 March 1901

•if •iif Gof Or. vi CM' wf* MJI v- Professional Cards T\B. F. H. MERO. Denttet. SpetialtUBinade MJ of Grown and Bridge Work and Straight eotng of Irregular Teeth. Gas or oduntun«ler for paJnlet-s extraction o( teeth. Over the Pair Stoer. M, A. Fo KTIER. M. D.. C. M.. Gradu te Victoria Univ-rutty. Montreal. Gctnada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4. p. m. over Wetzel's drug store residence er of Third street and Second ave. N. E. LM.D. M. KOBERTS, physician and surgeon 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. HI. Telephone, Residence at flotel Antlers. OttWs in Rhodes block. Jgeon, G. MILL^PAUGH, physician and Bur Flyn block Office hours: to 4 «. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner TOiird ave. and Third St. S. E. TRACE. M. D. Physician and a surgeon to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern l'acific R. R. Office hours 9 to 11 a. m.. to 2 to 5 p. m. Office i...

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

N S. BUSTIS, Gen'l Pass. Agent^ CHICAGO, ILL. BROX CLOTHING What is it that makes American gentlemen? Char­ acter. What is it that makes good clothes? Character. Friend Bros. Clothing has character. It has in­ dividuality The workmanship is of the Friend Bros, master-grade. All Friend Bros. Clothing has that distinct air of style that has for years characterized their productions as clothing for American gentlemen. Our combined Spring and Fall coat is made in the fashionable colors and black and is a handsome, durable creation out of which much wear and comfort for several seasons may be obtained. Ask to see it. Sold by leading dealers. Lor for our name in right hand breast pocket. Friend jros. Clothing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. A Great American Traveler Says *"I would rather dine on a BIT' on any other dining car in road Fervic* that eon pare .ii: on bi« I raveled be' I "-j iite (lining carthau :o 11. l'ho only other rail i« th»\ Orient Express, i-s ,-IN1 forMfHiitinople." S. 8. MoCLURK...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 March 1901

ty North Prairie Marc.h 12—Th*» Two Rivers Milling •oinpany have- purchased two Dew ma­ chine)) for the mill and aie now well Equipped for first class work. They buy and grind uoue but first grade wheat, \tliiv his mostly old wheat, aud as a re­ sult, their flour is excellent in quality anil is therefore bard to beat A trial will convince anyone. This town has more good wheat than any neighboring town in the county. Mr. KeilTer. the old gentleman, is quite sick with lung fever. Tom J, Trutw.'n is teaching in Buck man town. Jno. Weiner and Joe Fieman were in Swanville iast week ou business. Jno. Saletzky of St. Cloud is bore visiting relative?. The Two Hi vers Milling company de­ livered two big loads of flour at Swan­ ville last week. Jno. Kasparek lost a horse last week. "We are informed that this is the eecoud horse be has lost this winter, and both have died suddenly. Mrs. Josephine Burggraff, whose hus­ band died last May, died at the home if her son, Chas. Burggraff, last Wedne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 March 1901

VOL 13 NO. 5 CAN REDUCE WATER RATES. United States Supreme Court De­ cides Municipality Can Do So. The United States supreme court ha« just banded down a very im­ portant dfcision, to the effect that a municipality can reduce rates for fire hydrants and other public water sup ply, to a reasonable basis. Four of the nine judges filed a dissenting opinion, The practical part of the master does not affect Little Falls now. since thewater suits have been settled, but the decision will be of interest, as confirming to some ex tent the vieasxf counsel for the city. The Chicago Tribune (26th) says of the case. The general statutes of Illinois in 1872. allowed all cities ana villages where waterwoiks were constructed by a cor porated company to contract with each a company for a supply of water for public use for a period not exceeding 30 years. The city authorities in each of these towns granted a charter to the waterworks company which specified a certaiu fixed rate for the use of fire hy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 March 1901

ft I Couoli.d lruin lMpif we-1. "fiha&ter III—Mrs. Goddard formulates IpKft fey which she and Goddard can com* 1»r- lwtune of his ward Blanche. She go abroad, while abroad report will back of her death, he will marry tche who loves him but who has fatal trouble and will not live two years .Blanche's death she will prove false re­ ef her own death. To this plan th« is brought to reluctantly consent •C&apter IV—Mrs. Goddard returns to teadhurst, but before doing so secures a ilh- Nolan to go abroad with her as maid play important part in disappearance Chapter V—Mrs. Nolan, according to ar iueement, comes to Lyndhurst to apply iR position, of maid with Mrs. Goddard, jtmAol course is accepted. Chapter VI—Blanche is innocently drawn Jbtoplot by Mrs. Goddard who telis of fore jteding that she will die abroad. Blanche jfc laid that Goddard had loved her before ^Resting Mrs. Goddard, and Mrs. Goddard Stowiving of Blanche's affection asks her to marry, him should -the never return. C...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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