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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 April 1901

VOL 13 NO. 8 Spring Time is WALL PAPER TIME In the spring, when the young man's fancy turns to thoughts of lore," the prudent housekeeper's prac­ tical mind turns to house cleaning matters, and necessarily to wall paper. We can talk wall paper better than ever, hav­ ing bought an immense amount, all latest styles and choicest patterns. You can get from us the newest papers and lat­ est designs, no teft-overs from last season. We have com: petent workmen, and will bp pleased to give estimates cn cost of paper and hanging it up, and guarantee both paper and workmanship. Call earlyy'as work will be taken up in rotation. Our special low priced wall paper, best value in the city,- cheapei than wrap­ ping paper, per roll 3c Good quality paper, pretty designs, suitable for l£ any room, per roll... Jj(j -'-Extra quality paper, "art designs, per ^roll fine Sc SIMONET BROS further Morrill Reflections. My reflections', published in this paper, having been privately criticised, I will follow up...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 April 1901

V^p ,' it'FSSf £•& it £'4 •V &$>£ SO S &<• O [CONTINUED.] CHAPTER VII WANDERERS. Notwithstanding the sensations of the day and the novelty of my sur­ roundings I slept exceedingly well that night, once sleep had seized the brain. The day had been full of wearying, strange surprises, but I possessed in full the superb quality of youth. A thousand trains might have whirled by at express speed without arousing me the man with the strange eyes might have picked the lock with impunity. But none of these things happened, and when I finally awoke I beheld my father, already dressed, sitting on the •edge of bis bed watching me. "You sleep soundly," he said. I smiled. "Always." ""An easy conscience?" •"I think so." "'Sabbee." He had a way of using odd words, chiefly of the pigeon Eng­ lish variety, which he bad picked up in the far east. Other words also, which were pure Chinese, he used in moments of great excitement, but of them I could only guess the meaning. "Do you kno...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 April 1901

1V Copyright. Reynolds. Ing carriage, much to my dismay, in­ stead of drawing- aside, came toward me, and instantly I realized my Imme­ diate danger. I shouted, but my voice was unheeded or was drowned in the clatter of hoofs, \the noise of the wheels. Instant annihilation seemed mine. There was.no way of escaping that dreadful rush. The great eyes of the carriage glared into mine. I saw the figure of a man rise up. and I heard the crack of the whip as he lashed the horses onward. Then when it seemed as though the maddened animals must bear me down, when I almost fancied 1 could see the hoofs raised to batter out my brains, 1 suddenly swerved to the left, drove hard on the pedals and found myself flying headforemost into the ditch. It was a desperate move, but it saved me. A few moments later the carriage thundered over the very spot which I had so precipitately vacated, and as it dashed by I caugtit the momentary glimpse of a man as he leaned forward in the glare of the lamp. It wa...

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. — 19 April 1901

',". 'SvY,' ."~:.f '-V-fa-- mm UTTLE FALLS HERALD CSTABLISHSD. 1889. HERALD FEINTING COMPANY CHA8. K. VA8ALY. EDITOR. J. VASALYj The date te which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Bnbscribers wishing magasines or other WVtodlcals can have same in connection with In HERALD at. reduced rates. 81.50 9ER YEAR. FRIDAY, APL. 19. 1901 APRIL 1901 Su. Mo. Til. 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 Porto Ricans are so prosperous that they are sending petitions to Presi­ dent McKinley asking1 for re­ lief from starvation, Funny people. Can't take a joke. The Taft commission has appointed General Delgado governor of Iloilo. Delgado was a prominent insurgent of­ ficer. But why appoint an "un­ civilized, dirty, superstitious, cunning, tricky barbarian" (see the Minneapolis Journal) to such a responsible posi­ tion. Out in Denver, where women can vote for offices, a woman has been arrested for elec­ tion frauds. Bu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 April 1901

BRAINERD ft MIUC LACS v' CW* «4S£ Branch ef Northern Pacific & Constructed. I Pioneer-Press: Work will be com­ menced, it is said, by the 1st o! May, on a liuchof railroad ^beginning in Brainerd acd running southwest to Mille Lacs lake and along its south­ ern shore, thence south, joining the Northern Pacific at Becker a dis­ tance of eighty m'les. The road will be called the Brainerd & Mille Lacs I railway. The promoters ef the new road are men officially connected with the Northern Pacific.and the line will pro bably be under the control of that system.- The object of the road is to tap new1 and valuable territory, and to furnish the Northern Pacific with an ideal place on its line for a sum­ mer resort. The summer passenger traffic for pleasure is not an incon­ siderable feature with North western railroads, »nd in Mille Lacs lake the Northern Pacific will have a resort second to none of the many in Min­ nesota, and easily acceeeibl-to the people of sit. Paul and the whol...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 April 1901

DR.nIrOwn $r/ .'r?4s. F.H. MERO. Dentist. Specialtieeraade alC and Bridge Work and dtraight maintt Irregular Teeth. Gas or odvntunder •Bins Irregular' tor pjSnle»s extraction of teeth. Mr Stoer. GM. LM. DR.Store. Over the A. 11EK. M. D.. C.M..Gradu tte »of Victoria Cnivtrsity. Montreal. Canada, burgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office bourn 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. in. Office over Wetzel's drug store rest'Veiwe corner ol Third street and Second ave. N. E. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon. Office in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 *nd 6 to 8 p. Jgeon. to. Resi­ dence Antlers Hotel. Telephone connections. G. MILLnPAUGH, physician and sur Flyn block Office hours: 1 to 4 a, and 7 to 8 p. m-. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St. S. E. C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and surgeon to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and the Korthern Pacific R. R. Office hours 9 to 11 a. m.. to 21.0 5 p. m, Office in Lind­ bergh block. Residence, South Fourth St, •ast of Court House Little Falls, Min...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 April 1901

A P.S.EUSTI8, Gen'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. SIX Jars tor $5 3 Qi Fresh Drugs. Mining District ,6d. The company has money reaUzedly the sale HONORABLY MADE AND STAUNCH FRIEND broi: CLOTHING is the kind you are glad to wear. It has that inde­ scribable air of style and refinement not found in ordinary clothing, and Proclaims (he Wearer Splendidly Dressed The materials are very durable and are exclusive in design the "cut" is superb and breaths of style in every curve. The workmanship is Friend Bros.* standard—best in America. See our clothing, know and respect it. Sold by leading dealers. Look for our name lit right hand breast pocket. Friend Bros. Clothing Co. Milwaukee, Wis. Great American Traveler Says "I would rather dine on a Burlir.£rto:\ Route dining car than on any other dining car in th" vv.»rli. The only other rail­ road fiervie# that conparea wuh ir is thp^Orient Express, on which I traveled between. Pari* »md Constantinople." S. 8. McCLURE, Publisher MCCLURS'S Magazine....

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 April 1901

Vy DARLING April 15—Another letter has been re­ ceived from tlie n.iili'oad and warehouse coromiHfiou, but it sings the same old «ong and stands by tbe railroad com­ pany. It says thjit a railroad company «au willingly do many things which they cannot be compelled to do. This is true all right, but net much good. We wish we bad a road like tbe 800, which IH v«ry good to the people aloug its line. The second station out of Min­ neapolis on the Soo is Woodland, two miles ou\ There is a nice station, but so agent, and all trains stop for pas «engers. Here tbe company gives tos a freight train service, sometimes an h~ur late and sometimes an time. Then tho company speaks of "no business" here. Surely they don't want any. A small «xpense would give us a proper shelter in which to wait for trains. Gust Nelson nicely paiuted his gran­ ary. Tbe Pleasant view farmer has made tiome good Improvements on tbe inter­ ior of bis house. Erick Uegnell went to Portville, N. on business last week. Hen...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 April 1901

ife fm b-'Ot W sT, Columbia Chainlets. $60 Columbia Chain, SO Hartford, 35 WM. STURGIS DEAD. The Pioneer of Pioneers The Dark River, rrP% You Need the BES7 IN BICYCLES. Bicycles are no longer a luxury, but a necessity. Yet .having a good, finely made, easy running, and strong bicycle, is to have a luxury. Columbia bicycles are the standard of the world,now as always. If you are. a stranger to the delights of the steel steed, begin with a Columbia, and your new experience will be pleasanter still because of relief from troubles occasioned by poor wheels. If you ride* other wheels, you will learn by using a Columbia what it means to ride the best. Columbias always satisfy,' never disappoint. .. Vedette) 25 With Columbia Coaster Brake, $5 extra. Baby Carriages. ftnbber tires, 50c extra. Go-Carts "MM** These bright sunshiny days are just right to take Baby out for an airing. You cannot treat the infant monarch of the household any too well, and Baby will appreciate a ride in one of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 April 1901

I I II fer. Gas#'' pp:v,-v b¥} 1^1 ISIIIIM xl [CONTINUED.] ,, «tn a cry of horror 1 turned aside and confronted the landlord, who, can­ dle in hand, bad come to investigate the meaning of the noise caused by my breakiug down the door. He began to splutter, as a landlord naturally would, but my ghastly face arrested the outburst. "(Jod in heaven!" he cried. "Have you seen a ghost?" I bec-Uoned for him to advance, and he came cautiously toward me. "My father." I gasped, "my father has been mnvVred. Look!" and I held the light ove !io pale face and showed the projecting eyes and the vivid sign. "Murdered!" he echoed. "Good God!" And to make sure he came close, quite do*?, and bent over the body and touched the pale, cold face.. The icy contact made him shiver. He stepped back with an involuntary cry. "This is awful," he continued. "When could it have occurred? 1 saw him off to bed myself at half past 9. He was very worried about you and thought of sending to the police, but I guessed i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 April 1901

•M 1 1 w* Jli iimmiMMHii 4 THRILLING 8T0EY OP THE BOXERS IN CHINA BY CARLTON DA WE. 1: Copyright, 1900, by Paul R. Reynold*. ows and all dark places and men with yellow skins and strange eyes. "1 turned to the man who had brought ithls missive, who was stand­ ing watching me from the stern of the vessel, and, waving him to me, learned from him the spot chosen for the as­ signation. Up to that1 moment 1 bad no knowledge of Kung's presence at Tien-tsin, believing bim to be still at his place in Fnchau. nor could the mes­ senger offer an explanation or give me the slightest information. Like all the members of the society, he spoke with the utmost reserve, a commendable habit in a community where each man was a spy upon the other. "However, late that night 1 put in an appearance at the appointed place and was received by Kung and some score of the chief members of the society. 1 could not lielp wondering what busi­ ness had brought him so near the capi­ tal, though had I known that the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 April 1901

t-tcsA. 5,: .Vi»•' V^' ^^masxt UTTRFALISIIERUD HERALD PRINTING OOM?Aliy OH«8. BV VAtALY^lKVOII^ U. VA^ALY. if TyEDtTCH THE HEKisfD tepbbllehWBreryi Fr»d*y lornlpg at agftroadyafl, "Vajna'y B}ock. Entered MsecOftd-clMM nudl matter. ftabscrlbWra ordertngfaddmi# oltb-rir pa-! Km changed mpit^wwan^ ft their former well as their present aadrew.. All pAp&rsrare «&n tinnedunlet** An exDlidt order le received for discontinuance and a«r Hall arrearages are paid. The date to wbich aiubwtlptiuB la paid ta printed after the ad^rees. Babecrlbere wishing magasines 6r other periodical*! eanhave 8ame in connection with Til HERALD at reduced rates. •1.50 PER Y«AR, FRIDAY, APt^., 2i$r 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 If the republicans want a strong" congressional candi­ date, what's the matter with Judcfe Searle? If the offices at* the presi­ dent's disposal hold out, we are likely to hear of more con­ ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 April 1901

A I .u •V Sylvester Macho has been granted a certificate as pharmacist by the state board of ph rmacy. «. V. .ff'fv 1 R. Mtfske {jfe ^cpe tQ?)Ttiuai|)|y Martin county, where he will engage in the ^mercanfcilft,,Jtaudneas., Rev. F! A. Sumner has b$en ap­ pointed a member of the Minnesota delej»atlOD to rfi^r^eDftthei^te^: afe the national conference of charities and corrections, at Washington, May 9ToTSr— —4— McKibbin Hats—Bauliers wear 'em S. Janqwski of Pik|^re^| wanted^ his son, 17 years oldjjsfent to the re­ form school, because the Tioy had left home and got a jqb. The .patter came up before justice Collins Tues­ day. The father paid the costs, and the boy was set iree. l&qitVft oVtVtCoft&w "BtaVtiiW1-'-•'••••' *e**t "J/fi f: 'ii :.• Iff 1£r 1 •rjH ,.+' iMMMfiai ft II We repair bicycles with nejatness ja^jd^pa^h^ [i|a lact.anytihfing in the, lme of practical- i-epairing |s flone Si±' a: work manlike manner..1 ..Agentforthe.- i! l:":J.r hi., O "5 cents is 'jnVjii. .7. —-i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 April 1901

G. 2 B4p ^1 W" !i *^gj|j j*P Professional Cards DB.of f.H. MKRO. Denttat. Bpeelaltlesinade of Grown and Bridge Work and dtraight jmtDK Irregular Teetn. On or odnntuauer 'for pamlehii extraction .of teeth. Over the Vilr Stoer. GOF M.A. FwiulEit. M. D„C.M..GraUu.tie Victoria. University. Montreal. Canada, burgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office bourn 8 to 10 a. m.and a to 4, p. in. Office over Wetxel's drug store residence comer of Third street ana 8rCond ave. N. B. L. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon. block. Office Til Rhodes block. Ofllce MILLsPAUGH, physician and sur Offlce hours: 1 to 4- Flyn block ., and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner IWird ave. and Third St. S. E. OC. TRACE. M. D. Physician and surgeon to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the .Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours 9 to 11 a. m., to 2 to 5 p. m, Office in Lind­ bergh block. Residence, South Fourth St. «ast. of Court House blttl* Falls, Minn DR.Store. N W. CHANCE. OfHae over St. Paul Office hours, 9 to 12 tuorniuK to 4 af...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 April 1901

£'I P, S. EUSTIS, Oea'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. S o. si JL*\ HONORABUf JSADE AND STAUNCH FRIEND BRCXC CLOTHING it the kind-you aie glad to wear. It has that inde­ scribable air of style and refinement not found in ordinary clothing, and Proclaims the Wearer Splendidly Dressed The materials are very durable and are exclusive in design the "cut" is superb and breaths of style in every curve. The wprkmanship is Friend Bros.' standard—best in America. See our clothing, know and respect it. .-Vv Sold bjr leading dtaUrs. Look for our nam* in right hand breast pocket. /S' J- I' V.-- Friend Bros. Clothing to, Milwaukee, Wb. I would rather dine on a Buriinjrlo.i Route dining car than on any other dining-car in th? ld. The only other rail­ road service that conparea wit !i ir is ln^Orient Express, on which I traveled between ['aria nod Constantinople." S. S. MoCLURE. Publisher Moi Lurb's Magazine. Leave* Minneapolis 7:20 p. m., St. Paul 8:05 p. m., daily, arriving Chicago 9:25 next morning...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 April 1901

i' 3 ELMDAIE. April 29—Miss T.ena Boyle returned to Bo.valtou Wednesday. v"1' Miss Emily Thompson was in tbe vil­ lage Thursday, the guest of Miss Mary Davies. Frauk Helsper was over from'St. Wen daU Thursday.. Merle Rice offcoyalton was an Elm dale visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Witte and Mrs. G. H. •*»irh!ng a*»d children, visited at F. Haufler* Swan River Sunday. Frank Armstrong of Royal ton was in the village Friday. A dance wasgivMi at the home of A1 bert Firkus Thursday eveuing. Mies Grace Lambert of Royalton, teacher in tbe Osgood district, is spend ing a vacation at her home this week. Eddie Thoiripsoi»,\vho is working ar Royal on, visited Elmdale friends Sun dny. Gottlieb \Jokros came home from Lit­ tle Foils Saturday aud returned Sue day. Frank Hammond of Royalton spent Sunday here. MiB9 Bertha Mokros.who hps been em ployed at Little Falls, came boraa Sat., where she will speud the summer. Her sisters Rose aud Augusta will leave Wednesday for North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs...

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

4' j0 SHIRT WAIST 150 doz Waists new, up-to-date 190l!l John Scbmolke, the Backman merchant, land boomer, and alt around hustler, will build an addi­ tion to bis store. The ludicrousnees o? some of the •stage appbintmeiits at the- perform­ ance of'"Macbeth," compared with, what they should have been, was very apparent. A new theater is badly needed. Grey Eagle Gor. Long Prairie Ar-. f?us: Miss Jessie Neil, from kittle Falls* will spend the Hummer with her sister,^ Mrs. Bame. O. B., Whitford left Friday last for S bevjip^where be has gone to take •charged Of a barber shop. Elmer Wbitfordand family departed forMontana where they will borne, ii -having, charge of a. section on the Great WE OPEN THE 1 The Genuine Season on MY bt with a line of ladies' Percale and Swiss waists, of which the kequal have never been shown in this city. M#WIL |JC BdCfl styles, special pricewww Worth 75c, $1.00 and $125. 75 dozen women's dainty white lawn and percale waists worth all over $1.25 to $1.50 flOA ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 May 1901

I aX?K? [CONTINUED.] "1 lmd returned to Shanghai from a trip to the Philippines, and on the sec­ ond day of my arrival, about 10 in the evening-, as I was goiug down to my ship, a cooly sidled up to me and slip­ ped a paper into my hand. guessed instinctively what it meant. 1 remem­ bered all too vividly the last time such a tiling occurred. I was rather glad of the night. "However, I drew near a lamp and opened the missive. It was a square sheet of black paper, in the middle of which was the vermilion sign of the society. So the snake had been only scotched after all. "I turned round and discovered the cooly by my side. 'Well I said. 'The master waits,' ho answered. "My first impulse was to ignote this command, make my way to the ship ana fortify myself. And then I thought of the man beside me and wondered what his orders were. Acting quickly, for a sudden thought had come, I put out my hantJ to seize him. but he iprang back so sharply that I was foil­ ed in the attempt. Looking ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 May 1901

:r ft A° do do do do do do do do do do do. doii •*»„(. u'iiivy^KvVr NOTICE OF FORFEITED TAX UNDER CHAPTER 319. LAWS OF 1901. '1 "WHEREAS, Pursuant to a real estate tax judgment of the District Court in the County of Morrison, entered the 21st day of March, A. D. 1900, in proceedings for the enforcement for the payment of taxes which became delinquent in the year of 1897 or any prior year or years and not satisfied by payment, redemp­ tion or sale of the real estate to actual purchasers, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 322 of the General Laws of Minnesota of the year 3899, the lands hereinafter described were offered for sale by the County Auditor cf said County at his office immedi­ ately following the delinquent tax sale iu May, A. D. 1900. pur­ suant to notice of sale made and published as provided by said Chapter 322, General Laws of 1899, and were bid in for the StBte of Minnesota at said sale: Any owner or interested person may redeem any tract or parcel of such real esta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 May 1901

UTILE "iff 1 's&» PRINTING COMPANY OHA6. K. VASALY. BIT Oil. P. J. VASALY, ASST. EPITOH. TBB HEKaLD 1m published Every Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, VaMJT Block. Entered as eecond-class mall matter. babocrlbere ordering addreee of their pa ehanged must always gle their former •a well as their present addree*. All papers are continued unless an exollclt order is received lor discontinuance and an llall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other Kodlcals can have same In connection with ii Hkbald at reduced rates. •i.so *br ykarT FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1901 MAT 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 31 Governor-General Allen says the cause of Porto Rican discontent is that the people there are not used to honest methods. Send Neely and Rathbone, and some Philip­ pine comissary officers, over for examples. McKinley's new atto...

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