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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 March 1901

I Am a Hero— For One Moment They wev* making up sots for the lancers. Miss Maisie rather thought she would like to dance them. I was per­ fectly certain that I shouldn't. Now, if there is any occasion upon which a man is absolutely justified in taking care of himself, it is at a dance. "Dancing," as Horace Parker says in "A Message From Mars," "was invented by and for wom­ en," and I never scruple to take a little well earned rest (and refreshment) when the band begins to tune up for the lan­ cers. This may serve to explain how it happened that whenever we approached A set we found it just completed. Ob­ viously, there was then nothing for but the dear old window seat in the hall, an ice and two glasses of champagne. Miss Maisie, seating herself comfort­ ably, said that she didn't like window seats. "But there is no draft," I urged. "As if that mattered!" she rejoined. "Men are always thinking about com­ fort." "For others—yes. What would yon like An ice "No. For themselves." I call...

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. — 29 March 1901

-m. fc UTILE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. LITTLE FALLS PRINTING COMPANY GHAS. E. VA8ALY. EDITOR. o. VASALY, ASST. EDITOR. THB HKKALD is published Every Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, Vaaely Block. Kntered as second-class mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa fv ebanged must always gl\ their former rail as their present address. ill papers are continued unless an exulicit Older is received for discontinuance and ua tOau arrearages are paid. Pftc date to which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. ^Subscribers wishing miMraiiiies or other nnlodteals can have same in connection with TEA HKBALO at reduced rates. •1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, MCH. 29^ 1901 MARCH 1901 Su. StlO. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. CO »—i 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 Carrie Nation is talked of for vice-president on the same ticket- with Roosevelt. It is suggested that it would be a strenuous combination. The republicans make a lot of fuss abou...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 March 1901

'••, Home mado delioaciPB for sale by the Indies oi' the Goitd at. Tanner'sstore on S&'arduy f?-om 2 to 5. L. 0. Weasel has returned from the East. Otto Shook is shipping potatoes to North Dakota. H. H. Potter is again on duty at the passenger station. Geo. Coon has gone to Tacoma. He may locate on the coast. Miss Ethel Lyon was hostess for a qumber of schoolmates at a candy pull Jloaday evening. The Nieman salooD at Grey Eagle, owned by the Kiewel To., was burnt Thursday last week. I Eugene Cota returned to St. Paul Saturday night. He had his jiw broken in two places by falling on a shaft. Rev. F. A. Sumner attended t! fellowship meeting at Morris yester­ day, and spoke on "Christian Fel­ lowship." Miss Ruth Tozier, formerly a teach­ er in the Li tie Falls schools, and Geo. C. Fox, of Minturn, Cal., were married at Duljth March 21st. The Stanton grocery stocK was sold to"Mrs. M. Moe, who will con­ tinue in the business and a com­ plete line of tobacco, cigars and confectionery....

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 March 1901

:v:' IS it-'".- ii H'p Professional Cards rVR. F. H.MERO. Dentte*. Specialtietnnade J^otCrown and Bridge Work and Strai«lit fiihig of Irregular Teeth. Gas or oduntnntler lor painlffs exrra.eiion of teeth. Over the Fair Stm-r. Gof M. A. K- lit! 1ER. M. D.. C.M..GraUu tr Vi!mria Uuiwrsity. Montreal. Canada, surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to -i p. in. Office over Wetzel's drug Btore residence corner ol Third street aud Second ave. X. E. LM.r. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon Philadelphia. Pa. L. G. C. London England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Ortice hours, 9 to 11 a. ill.. 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. in. Telephone, Residence at Hotel Antlers. Offices in Rhodes block. Jgeon. G. MILL^PAUGH, physician and sur Fl.vn block Office hours: 1 to 4 a. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St. S. E. Osurgeon C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and a DR.Store. to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours 9 to 11 a. m.. to 2 to...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 March 1901

P. S. EUSTIS, Gen'l Pass. Agent., CHICAGO, ILL. SIX HONORABLY MADE AND STAUNCH FRIEND 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 productioms 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. Lo^ for our name in right hand breast pocket. Friend jros. Clothing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. A Great American Traveler Savs •"I would rather dine 011 a Biiriinc" II'HJTP dining car than on any other dining car iu the *v id. PI if only other rail­ road nerviow that con pares vii ,s it lie.Orient Exoresn, on which I...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 March 1901

PIKE CREEK. March 26—Vincent Tzrcbiatowski bag gone to RM-II I'rairie UII a hshing trip. Miss Polly Kuffel is staying with friends at Ledoux. Mro. C.Karuoski of Swan Riverjvisited ivitn her blister, Mrs. J. Reh,"Suuda.v. Mrs. L. Kedrowski oi Little Falls was a visitor with her parents over Sunday. P. Richter went to Ledoux Monday. Mauy took a tie pass to the Falls Monday. Lost or Pii-l-n—Our b»rbpr'a best bair clipper. Filler please leave at shop. J. O'Donuel of Royakou and Miss An* na Sobieck of Little Falls were the gueots of Mies Weber Sunday. J. Glazek and J. Polaschevski of S#au River were callers tsuuday. J. Zmuda will build a barn after spring seeding. Jobn Reh has taken the contract to build Mrs. Drcllouk's house. Miss A una B, .Weber went to Little Falls Saturday. Mrs. N Kodrofski visited at Ledoux Sunday. Jake Guinther was in Little Falls Sat­ urday. Mis* Frances Koch of Park Rapids paused through here on her Way to Cul drum. Vi nee Guinther visited at Ledoux Mon­ day. Mi-...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 April 1901

E *r*a*-A I Definition of "Reasonable Rates." The decision of the United States supreme court in the Rogers Park water case, referred to in our last is­ sue, is creating interest all over the country. It appears that the suit was started by a private citizen of Rogers Park. John B. Fergus, and was based on his refusal to pay the rates charged by the local company. The Supreme Court of Illinois, ««bo«e decision was affirmed by the na­ tional court, said on the question of reasonable rates: "A rote or price reasonable and just when fixed may, in the future, become so unreasonably high that the exaction of such rate or price is but an extortiou. The duty of the uorporatiou does not. however, change, but remains the same —that is, to exact oclv reasonable com­ pensation. The power of the state to en­ force that duty is not exhausted by its exercise in the first or any subsequent instance, but it is continuous, and may be exerted from time to time, whenever necessary to serve the public....

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 April 1901

jmn 0SX'o 4S N»S 9 CHAPTER I. T11K MAN WITH THE STRANGE EVES. Being more or less of a dutiful son It is with no little compunctiou that 1 begin ibis narrative, for it nearly con­ cerns my father, and I fear he will come none too well out of the ordeal. Yet what 1 have to relate is so remark­ able that for its singularity alone I may hope to be pardoned any lack of filial piety. And perhaps, when all is said aud done, aiy father, though he may net cut an irreproachable figure, may appear aot quite a contemptible one. It must not be forgotten that I only knew the wreck of him the stout ship that hud battled with so many tempests in so many seas was to me practically unknown. Yet, from what I have since heard, there wis a time when the name of Captain Bob King­ ston was respected in very strange company—when his mere entrance Into a public place caused men to nudge each other and whisper low, when froio Hakodate down to the Torres strait his name was common proper­ ty. But that was lon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 April 1901

BOXERS Copyright Reynolds. "Now, then, sleepyhead," he cried, ••re you going to stay there all day?" Once awakened it did not (take me long to dress,.and after a sturdy break­ fast I reported myself to him in tlip stable yard, and about an hour after we set out on our return journey. And still no shadow darkened the sun. The air was fresh and balmy. I'dfrew it in deeply and hummed to the whirl of the wheels. I was not a little astonished upon Sriving up to our gate to see that tho blinds had not yet been drawn, for my mother was usually an early riser, and I knew that one of her first acts was to draw the blinds and open the win­ dows. My uncle also noticed that some­ thing was amiss and made some jocu­ lar allusion to the household .having overslept itself, then bidding me hurry and wake them up. 1 sprang from the trap, opened the gate and ruabed up the path but. though I knocked loudly tlpon the door, I received no answer to my summons. I knocked again and again and put my ear clo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 April 1901

UTTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1B8fr. HERALD PRINTING COMPANY CHA8. it. VA8ALY. KDITOfl. U. VASALY. ASST. EDITOR. TUB HEKALD 1H published Every Friday MORNINGat 122 Broadway, VHM'T Block. (Catered as second-clans mall matv«r. Babseribers ordering address of their pa gmtm ehanged most always gh their former mm well as their present address. 411 papers are! continued unlesA an explicit oidtr is received for discontinuance ana un­ til *0 arrearages are paid. Fbe date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other TCrtodicals can have same in connection with tin HIRALD at reduced rates. SI.SO PER YEAR. FRIDAY. APL. 5. 1901 APRIL 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 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 The Todd Co. Argus is op­ posed to Buckman for con­ gress. Does Bill Lee want to get into the game? It seems that the real cap­ tor of Aguinaldo was gold. It was a case of bribery. But that doe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 April 1901

7"hirty insMnnn H. A. Conner has recovers! irom an attack of measles Nelson & Jacobson took charge of the Stuart livery barn Monday. Miss Mary Meyers was called to Winona bv the il ness of a sister. Dana Brown has put on another team, making three drays at work. Some improvements are being made at Raymonds confectionery. Geo. Coon is Dack from Tacoma, with the conclusion that Minnesota will do. J. D. Hatton was allowed by the adjuste* $1100, full amount of in­ surance on his house. Judge Searle has grauted Mrs. Cora Roller, of Royalton, a divorce from her husband. Chas. Rollpr. Mrs. Marv Hink has been elected recorder of Dewey camp. R. N. A. tio succeed Mrs. R. Herron, resigned. The bouse of Chas. Beauchaine of Ripley was burned down Wednesday night last week. Insurance, $600. C. M. Sprague of Sank Centre has been appointed a member of the state board of equalization from the Seventh judicial district John Ranch, of Pierz, charged with taking timber from the T. F. Koch lands, wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 April 1901

RANDALL April-—A few days ago Bob i*attereon •our colored blacksmith, tonk the train for iLlttle Falls »md so far ,bas failed to return. So the blacksmith shnp woke up the next morning aud found itself alone and sung, ""Empty is tbe blacksmithjBhop, since Robbie he hn» flown," Tbe general opinion is that Sob took a good wad of bil'a away with him .and perhaps some gold and silver, but he 4l*o left a good many bills behind him and isome good sized ones. too. Just ask Nick Sassier about it. TLd. Johnson has filed on 40 acres of gov ernment land near Lake Alexandria, where lie has built a house and will move there some day nrxt week. Thus we lose another village neighbor. Frank Ruddash of Yellow Medicine county is expected to arrive in Randall early in -April with a earload of cuti and horses «nd other necessaries for tbe farm. Mr, Soddash has bought A. E. Tyier's interest in a quarter section of lan in Sec. 3, Parker town. On March 27th. after a lingering illness of several weeks, Mrs...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 April 1901

Our special low priced wall paper, best value in the city, cheaper than wrap­ ping paper,-per roll. can ft* 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 apparent saving and means dissatisfac­ tion. Remember that I make a special point on the charac­ ter of my goods. I positively deal in goods of reliable workmanship and No. 1 material. The prices are consistent with high grade of goods always obtained at my place. I earnestly invite inspec­ tion of my goods and prices. Bring in your old harness and get them repaired and -oiled up. If I cannot do you the vbest job of any shop, in the city, I will not charge you a ceat for the work. Yours very truly, Fpank Jf/Johri, Little Falls, Minnesota. IS PAPER TIM. In the spring, when the young man's fancy "lightly turns to tho'ughts of love," the prudent housekeeper's prac­ tical mind turns to house cleaning matters. and necessarily t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 April 1901

ff'^ ?i w«s r. & [CONTINUED.] CHAPTER IV. THE KIIXING OF TtlB HORSES. Many theories were set afloat con­ cerning liis dreadful crime, and the law searched high and low for the man with the strange eyes, but without suc­ cess. No one remembered to have seen him. Many people came to Windsor fanrt Slough Uir!tig the season. It was hardly possible thai an ordinary man. for such he would ha?e appeared to the casual observer, would have been noticed. Be that as it may. no trace of him was discovered, and as he did not come forward of his own free will 1 soon abandoned all hope of bearing of him. What also added a deeper mystery to the crime was the fact that nothing had been stolen from the house, though my mother's cash box. which contain­ ed her jewelry and some £10 or £15 in gold, stood on a chair by the dressing table, absolutely beneath the eyes of the assassins. The egg shaped mark on the forehead was a thins to which the police attached no importance. To them it had meaning, an...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 April 1901

A 'kk & THRILLING STORT OF THE BOXERS IN CHINA BY CARLTON DA WE. Copyright, 1900. by Paul R. Reynolds. Tbe turned toward the door, start nervous- „U1 „4luuirilu^0 Now. to me the room seemed un pleasantly warm, permeated as it was by an odor which seems inseparable from such places, and I could not Help saying something to that effect. •b,e Once the train was fairly under way. the land skimming by us on either side. shaw. which be began intently to study. Aud here I may state that this Bradshaw was a companion of his which was in constant requisition. Thumbed and dogeared, pencil marked on the margin, it showed a mutilation or au indignity upon almost every page. To me Bradshaw has always bven a weariness to tbe flesh, a thing Tbloking it Just possible that the Uquor he had sipped might have made him forget. 1 said.' "But we Ptarted for Denbigh?" "We did nothing cf the kind. We started for Shrewsbury, and here we Hre* At that moment the train glided into tbe station and so cut sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 April 1901

fiPi rft 4s •'1. Wer wMm fflfc rir-^ $S UTHE FALLS HERALD ••TAaLltHCO. 1869. HERALD PRINTING COMPANY UM8. K. VATALY.LBITO*. J. VA8ALY. ASST. EDITOR. ras HEKALO IM FRIDAY, APL. 12. 1901 APRIL 1901 Sa. Mo. TH. We. TO. Jio of sl --U'^ published Every Friday Uninlpg at 122 Broadway, "Vaea'T Block. Sntered Meond*elAM mall na«v«r. diMriberi ordering addreee of their pa­ per* changed must always gl\ their former «a wail aa their present addrw. ill piDera are con tinned anlMS AD exollclt octor to received for, dtocontlnnance and na 01 Ul arrearages are paid. At date to which a subscription ts paid is printed after the address. iMcrlben wishing mafcaslnee or otaer nertodlcals can have same in connection with Hcbald at reduced rates. •1.60 MM YBAft. Fri. Sat 1 1 2 .3 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 There is one point of great significance in the municipal elections of last week. With the exception of St. Louis, where the so-called democrat­ ic candidat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 April 1901

Wpfnci.. Hecrv Cota and Clarice Gigre, brth popular young people of Belle Prai tie, Were married at the Catholic church in that town Tuesday morn loft. Mies Clarice Houle wan brides­ maid and Joe. Chartier beet man. There was a wedding dance at the home o! Alex. Chartier.in jtipley, in the evening. clerking at the Oscar Duclos is Great Western. jc I »1 I# I i: 7*ki rtj vege- Chas. 8ylvsster has added •t tables to his line of goods. Foreman Harmon has a big crew at work on the jam above the city. Louis Johnson, formerly with the .Great Western, is now employed by A. flerron. Dan. McLeod of again employed as Fine Tree Co. Minneapolis is scaler for th«» Mrs Chester H. Brown and five chil­ dren of'Jackson, Mich., are visiting Mrs. Brown's father, J. H. Rhodes. Robert Money has declined the of ifer of an appointment as state land appraiser^ owing to the pressure of .Other work. Hal Conner will be walking boss on the Shell river drive and A. P. Robinson will have the rear in charge. The d...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 April 1901

».olof f-N R. F. H. MERO. DentiSt. Special!ietunade Crown and BridgeWoric and Sirui*lit Mhg Irregular Teeth, Q»« or oduntnntler lor pahili'r f* rocvion'-. pl twtb, Over tlie wiir Stoec 0' Gof M. A. U'I'IBK M. D.. C.M.. Gradn -t*. Vi. ui':. UnJv rnltv. Montreal. Canada, surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office liourH 8 to 10 a. in. aud ii to p. in. -Office oyer Wetiei'B ArDg »»tore re«1len«-e corner of i'liird ntreet and S-cund ave. N. E. J" 'M. KOBEKTs. physician and furgeon X4. M.D. Pliilad lphia. Pa. L. «. C. Xondon JG. Cnirlund. Specialty-, nose, throat- Mid ear. office iiohr*. 9 to 11 a. in.. 'J to 4 mad 6 to 8 v- THtsyliotie. Residence at fiotel Antler*. Otti'-en iu IthoJe* block. MILL-PAUGH, physician and O.Ii Mir- iicuii Kl.vn block Office hourM: 1 to 4 *. and 7 8 i». ni Residence corner YMrd ave. and Third St. S. E. TKAC-E. M. 1. Phvsician umi mirgeon to St Gabriel'H Hospital, and to tile Northern Pacific K. R. Office howi 9 to 11 a. HI.,to 2 to p. in, OTTIRF in LinI tjergti ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 April 1901

StPftS £,I P. S. EUSTIS, (ren'l Pass. Ageat, CHICAGO, ILL. Before Using. ss Sin, BUa U, Biilding Papal*, Lima, S CJ I I I Fresh Drugs. Box 942. i*! A I:, Iroi, Steal, CO ,! an I OLIVER jEjj CHLLLKD PLOWS..., __ Mschanic's and Farming Too's iinniinniiiiiuiiiiiHiiiiiiuiiiifiiimniifiiiiiiiiiifiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiumiiimiimi* Makes Hair grow on baldest head in frorr three to twelve months regardless of age o't patient, how long bald or how many remedies have been tried without success. Falling out hair prevented in from 15 to 18 days. It cures dandruff, Eczema, and all scalp diseases. One bottle will effect improvement and 7 to 9 bottles will restore the han Money must accompany order and refunded if remedy does not do ail that is claimed Address Price $100 per nr. postpaid Mohn Maqio Hair Grower CO. SI* Jars tor $8 00. LOCK BOX 498 ST. PAUL. MINN L. O- BROWN 1 Pioneer Drug ©tore-l A, xJ HONORABLY MADE AND STAUNCH CLOTHING The intelligent business man—the man who appro" dates clothing for wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 April 1901

jte ~f'['• :P •"TiW Tcpr $ few* I- ELMDtU. April 9—T. Gnrberof Royaltou. was an th»» villain Tuesday. Vm. B-»yle went to Royoltoii. Mrc. Mloxhato and son and Mra. Peter IN oil returned to Frepport Wednesday. Mrs Mery flreison of Upeala was in ithe "illage Wednesday on her way to Jfloyalton. Mrs. A. C. Nelson entertained a nura foer friends Thursday afternoon, the jdccawuTi l-f iig Oiivu Nelson's fifth birth­ day ttnnivfrsHry. Mr. and AIIS. S Wid*hoin visited at C. Stay's Tuesday. Peter and Stamp Hob!- nvopomn1et»»d •the improvements i?i the Catholic Church »nd returned to their home in St. Anna. Mrf. John ilcz'M-k of Little Full*. conpanied by her children has been visit­ ing hpr parents, Mr. and Mr.*. Jani^tz. Simon Czeek went toCnldrum Monday. Mr. and Mrs Jos. Guida of fwan liivrr Visited Elmdul" relatives Monday F. Xnch and Frank Matros of the -towu of Swanville visited at Mr. Ru •"deok's Monday. re. K. H. Gunderson has been sick for several days. Mi*3»*s Grace Lambert, Lottie Jo...

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