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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 May 1901

WfrWrn *££§$ a*^' 'VJAmm^ VCL 13 NO 13 II 39c will buy a Ladies' shirt waist in nice patterns of striped and polka dot percale, with the new straight back, and latest cuffs. They are well made and good fitters and are really worth 50 cents. We have waists at all prices. J'7A ^uy a OH adapted for warm weather. 1 A a will buy a ladies' white underskirt 4U|f of good muslin with four rows of tucking above flounce. We have tjiem also The Land Sale, The sale of school and state lands by State Auditor Dunn at the court house Monday, was largely attended, many buyers being present from outside p.oiuts A. G. Whitney ol St. Cloud wna repre­ sented, and bought about, 3300 acres. Mr. Whitney bought more than any one else. The highest pricjj bid was 14.25 per acre for a tract in Elmdale. Whit­ ney's representative bid $14 pei acre for a tract in Morrill. He wished to submit some of the tracts to Mr. Whitneybefore paying, which the auditor refused to al­ low, and declared the sales off. The laud ...

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. — 24 May 1901

[CONTINUED.] I passed it on to my uncle, and ho, who had been intently watching me, ..guessed the bad news from my face. He read the words and accordingly held the thing up to the light. "Yes," he said. "There can be no doubt as to the meaning. I wonder where the gentleman is who sent it?" But though he spoke nonchalantly I saw bin mouth harden, and I knew that the old fighting blood was bub­ bling once more to the surface. He had long since passed the terrified stage and lived now In the hope of one day meeting the enemy. And 1, too,,, was slowly gaining some of his spirit the constant companionship of the, Terror lessening the horror which sur­ rounded it. 1 don't think it was the thought of fighting or the probable end that 1 feared so much. It was these-: cret, crawling method which engender­ ed a most horrid uncertainty and put me upon the rack. This it was which had shattered my ^father's nerve and made him the wreck I knew, and this was the fear which had haunted me. But perh...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 May 1901

1 THRILLING STORTOP Copyright, tume accentuated, seemed of that pen •ive melancholy type which in the ©pinion of some men adds an ineffable 2harm to woman. She, too, was laden with many pur­ chases, and I saw that they impeded 1 immediately seized the opportunity to restore them to her. her progress somewhat, but she never­ theless came up the ladder with con­ siderable alacrity, though as she step­ ped fx*om the gangway to the dock she stumbled, and. had I not been there it is just possible that she might have fallen. As it was she dropped two or three of the parcels. Of course I immediately seized the opportunity to restore them to her, making, I believe, a remark sufficiently apropos of the occasion. She replied, with a blush, apologizing for her stu­ pidity, and then, failing to recognize me, for no doubt she had at first taken me for one of the, passengers, she opened wide her eyes—and beautiful, big, gray brown eyes they were—fa­ vored me. I thought, with a startled look and t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 May 1901

I •fe. 0! W*'r H1- k^- te J& UTTLE FALLS HERALD ••TAU»H«P. 1689. HERALD PRINTING COMPANY OHAtt. H. VA8ALY. All papers are. continued aniens an explicit order Is received for dlscontlnoance ana an Uall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is pr-Jited after the address. Subscribers wishing maaailnes or other periodicals can have same In connection with Cwm fliiALD at reduced rates. •1.80 YIAR. FRIDAY, MAY 24. 1901 MAY 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 The Sultan has forbidden the importation of typewrit­ ers—the machines, And the Turkish merchants will stick to their hieroglyphics. The population of London according tothe recent census, is 6,578,784. But one state in the Union, New "York, ex­ ceeds London in population. Two of the state railroad commissioners—Miller and Mill—are said by republican papers to be subject to rail­ road influence. Too late to kick. General Bate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 May 1901

«... vi **& •TT W CoV & Isaac, Collins, father ofE.W. line, is ill at his son's Home/ Eugene Carley is working in a q^ chine shop ,at Hilleboro, N: D. Miss Mot? Duncan is Attending the New Era business college at West Superior.'* Chas. R. Frazier, who wilt be super­ intendent of the local schools' next term, was in the city Friday and Saturday. Qeo. Emder returned from the Twin Cities Sunday. He wili put a very fine outfit into his sample rooms in the Buckman hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wallace gave a dancing party Saturday evening, the occasion being the twentieth "birthday of their son Robert. M. E. Pepin, of Chicago, spoke on the principles of the Socialist Labor party Sunday evening at the corner of Broadway, and First street. A fair-sized crowd listened. Title to the Little Falls House property has passed from P. H. Gross to Fred StangJ of Melrose. New floors have »en laid in the office, dining room and sample room. Prof. Maria Sanford of the state university spoke twic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 May 1901

K*' *1 'it "V 'J Professional Cards I »R. F. H. MERO. Dentist. Speeialtiesmade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight­ ening of Irregular Teeth. Gas pr oduntumler for painleas extraction ol teeth. Over the fair Stoer. Gof M. A FORT1ER. M. D.. C.M..Gradu »te Victoria Univt-rsity. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours 8 to 10 a. in. and 2 to 4 p. in. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence corner of Third street aud Second ave. N. E. Jgeon, ician and surgeon. M. KOBERTS, Office in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. nij. Resi­ dence Antlers Elotel. Telephone connections. G. AIILLSPAUGH, physician and sur Flvn block. Office hoars: 1 to 4 a, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St. S. E. OC. TRACE. M. D. Physician and surgeon to St. Gabriel's Hospital, arid to the Northern Pacific R. R. Office hoars 9 to 11 a. m.. to 2 to 5 p. ni, Office in Lind­ bergh block. Residence, South Fourth St. east of Court House Little F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 May 1901

ss Sub., Bliab, HONORABLY MADE AND STAUNCH,, FRIEND BROJI CLOTHING A Friend Bros. Outing Flannel Suit is an economy as well as a luxury. It saves your other clothes and keeps you cool and comfortable. The Friend Bros. Outing Suit is made in white, blue or gray flannel, unlined. The cut is the very latest style and workmanship of the Friend Bros. grade. The seam stitches have the prope: ten- on to avoid rupture. The flannel is not only shrunken before being cut, but during the process of tailor­ ing the form of the garment is "ironed in" so as to retain its shape. Try on the suit. You will be surprised at the price and delighted with your bar­ gain if you make one. Ask for Friend Bros. Cloth­ ing ana see that you get it. Sold by leading dealers. Look for our name in right hand breast pockets Friend Bros. Clothing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Yes, a New Suit We are ready for you. and our prices enable every man to have a nice Sunday suit. No fancy prices, no fancy manufacturer's name, but nea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 May 1901

.1 1 so? DARLING. DIKD—.\1i*K Ebbn Sandtr«ou died a« the home of her 'nther, i» Section 27, Mfiy 14th. of consumption, aged 18 years and 19 da.vs. The funeral was beld last Iriday afternoon from the Swedish Lutheran church. The church •wa# filled with relative* and friends. There were many flowers on the coffin. MiB! Sanderson had bwu Rick since Christmas. She was laid to rest in the family lot bv the side of her mother and brother, who died about a year and a half ago Wi« leave" father, brothers, relatives and many fn»uds. The wbol»» comma on.v sympathizes with the family in their great loss. Rev. M. Martinson of Little Palls offi­ ciated at. the funeral. May 20—The fine weather now i«« pushing the crops along. Farmers are st'll waiting for that creamp^v station. It is too far to drive to Little Fall?. W. IWsrstroni in S^c^'on 35, built, a large stable for his stock. M*ss Ellon Harmanson goes to Minne­ apolis tins week. There will be serv'eos next Rnn^av at. 11 o'eloeV a. m. at Blo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 31 May 1901

'IMt wlip Men's Fine Spring Suits In this lot you -will find a grand assortment of Swell. Up-to-Date Patterns: Unfinished Worsteds, Tibets, Single and Double Breast­ ed Vests. Regular value $15. ,$WJSO Men's Stylish Spring Suits', in Cassimeres. Worsteds, Shapely cut and Fitting. Would be godd value at $13.50, but we bought the entire stock and will SV^S"$9MS wool in stylish patterns. These suits would be considered cheap at double wliat we ask. Price* O on Summer Underwear, worth 35 cents. Your choice for this sale. Egyptian Balbriggan Underwear, drawers with double seals, Merino and Ribbed Underwear Goods worth 75 Tickets for the Chicago Symphony I Hill City Cor. Grand Rapids Mae •Club & Ladies Quartette Entertain- net: R. A. BaftTwent to the Rapids ment Friday eve/are on sale at Jar- last we^k and hrougbthome his wif«^ boe & Lyman's for50c—Admission who came up from Minneapolis, for children 25c, at the door: At the .sAere she has b&n Visitihg. She was Congregational ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 31 May 1901

*8r c% *_ 5\v& [CONTINUED.] My mind was full of apprebension on tier behalf. What did she mean by laying that this affair of the letter re­ ferred to something quite different from anything I had ever heard of or Imagined? Who was she, what was •be, bow came she to be mixed op in an affair so full of mystery? What jdld tbls mean, this presentation of a letter by an Arab in tbls desert town? Uk commercial bigbway truly, yet in arbat way could she, a stranger, a wo jpB&n, be connected with it? Yet how perlous it must have been to cause ber Enk much terror! I pictured again tbe look of horror which, spreading her eyes, wbltened ber lovely face. I felt again tbe fierce, nervous clasp of ber fingers on my arm, and I listened once more to ber gasping ut­ terances as she sought to reassure me. Illy mind buzzed with strange conjec­ ture. In spite of tbe knowledge of my own Intolerable position and the fact that, situated as I was, I bad no right to look too longingly upon any woman ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 31 May 1901

1THEYELLOWMAN A THRILLIH6 STORY OF THE BOXERS IN CHINA BY CARLTON DAWE. Copyright, 1900, by Paol R. Reynolds. yoncT aTT recorl So would "be much obliged if you would say nothing at all of the attack and just let them think that Miss Hurst fell overboard. For­ tunately It was a bad night, and, though they may wonder, they will not be altogether incredulous." Of course 1 readily promised. There was nothing to be gained by inaugurat­ ing a reign of terror. From the cap­ tain's manner I was impressed with the belief that there would not be a repetition of the outrage on board the Omeo. In reply to my inquiry if he had dis­ covered any clew to the assailant he shook his head. "No, and what makes the outlook .so hopeless is Miss Hurst's insistence that her assailant was black. Now, I have made careful investigation, and I find there is no one ou board answering in the least to her description. Indeed, the only person with us who is not white is a Chinaman who works in the galley." "A Chin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 31 May 1901

--. k y^-.[ W &- fr^C il, ':*/'f. ,**^*4 fs LITTLE FALLS HERALD! ESTABLISHED. HERALD PRINTING COMPANY OH AS. (£. VA8ALY. BDITON. p. J. VASALY, ASST. EDITOR. THE HERALD i« published Every Friday Horning at 122 Broadway, Vassly Block. fintered as second-class mall matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa pan changed mast always gh their former well as their present address. All papers are continued unless an explicit otder is received tor discontinuance anai 11*11 arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is pr nted after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other parlodlcals can have same in connection with FTL HEBALD at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, MAY 31 1901 MAI 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 The Minneapolis Times says that Bryan, to the extent his ability, is a good citizen. How gracious, and how kind! Bryan made a political speech to 10,000 p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 31 May 1901

l\ MP? ce ream Sola Water! We make IceCream that is palatable and healthful, as we use. ONLY PURE FRUIT JUICES. ICE CREAM for FAMILY USE Per quart 35c Per gallon $L.25 Special prices on cream in larg­ er quantities for lodKes.sociali*. We receive.. GREEN VEGETABLES AND BERRIES... every other day by express. CHAS. SY LYESTER, 1 9 Opposite Barney Burton's. Bicycle Repairing... We repair bicycles with neatness and despatch. In fact anything in the line of practical repairing is done in a workmanlike manner. .. Agent for the,. .. We will sell vou a. $%% \fi\,\\vCoas\6T TSxaVe, ^ot ©VposWe. "BACVV&TA "Ktos. THE New Millinery Store.. .1 5 •ft ,«• 15 $ In First National Bank Building, The finest and largest as­ sortment in the city of Little Ealls. Hats trimmed ,and untrimmed. My figures are the lowest. 1 want every lady to call and see me whether you buy or not. A large variety of trimmed hats, Hewers, ribbons, etc., very cheap. MRS. R. BERRON I Whiz! Whirr! 5 B1H! BANG! Get an alarm ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 31 May 1901

Professional Cards DK. F. H. MERO. Dentist. Specialtiemnade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight of Irregular Teetn. Gas or oduntunjer (or painless extraction of teeth. Over the Yair Stoer. ll, A. FOit'l IEK. M. D.. C.M.. Graduate *of Victoria Untv-rsity. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office bourn 8 to 10 a. in. and 2 to 4 p. m. Office over Wetiel'e drug Btore residence corner of Third street ana Second ave, N E., LOffice M. ROBERTS. physician and surgeon. in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 *nd 6 to 8 p. m. Resi­ dence Antlers 3otel. Telephone connections. JG. MILL-*PAUGH, physician and sur geon. Flvn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 a, and 7 "to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St. S. E. and Osurgeonto U. TRACE. M. D. Physic St. Gabriel's Hosj to the Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours 9 toll a. m..to 2to 5 p. m, Office In Lind­ bergh block. Residence, South Fourth St. east of Court House Little Falls, Minn DR.Store. N W.CH.tNCE. Offi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 31 May 1901

J- Yes. a -t km.. §g::©. Uj'm Drugs- A Friend Bros. Outing Flannel Suit is an economy as'well as a luxury. It saves your other clothes and keeps you cool'and comfortable. .The Friend Bros. Outing Suit is made in white, blue or gray flannel, unlined. The cut is the very latest style and workmanship of the Friend Broi. •er grade. The seam stitches have the prope ten on to avoid rupture. The flannel is not only shrunken before being cut, but during the process of tailor­ ing the form of the garment is "ironed in" so as to retain its shape. Try We are ready for you, and our prices enable every man to have a nice Sunday suit. No fancy prices, no fancy manufacturer's name, but neat, long-wearing-, up-to-date cloth­ ing, made by good workmen under our personal supervision. We can make you a good suit for a low price, ,a better (though not better made), for a little more, and if you want to go still higher, a suit that comprises the best suiting and the most skillful tailoring. Hosch the Ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 31 May 1901

4 ^4^ ELMDALE. waa 28—Jrtrs. K. H. Guudersou, wbo- in Sf. Paul pure busing gociis fur the »tore, returned Thursday. Greeu's Orchestra froro Rice .frnve. a dance at the hall lost Thursday veuinjr. F. Wightman of St. Cloud spent Suu day here. Rev. C. Falck held services at the Lutheran church Sunday and Monday.,, Rev. Olton will preach at the Union 8. S. building next Sufiday afternoon and even»»»pr. Several iroui hpre attended the wed­ ding of Miss Annie Czeck and Vincect Klish at Two River* Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesinowski of Millerville are visiting with Mrs. Jesinowski's pa­ rents, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Maci* Mr. Reh and family of Pike Creek visit­ ed at Mr. and Mrs. Rudeck's lust week. Andrew Melby and family of Swan ville town vim ted at E. .M. Larson's Sunday. Mr. and VIre. C. Walker, Mrs. Blox ham and James Bloxham of Freeport, visited at 6. R. Vallett's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson of Upsala visited at postmaster Olson's Sunday. Miss Olive Johnson is again able to attend sc...

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

"i vf VCL 13. NO 15 1500 yards new figured dimi­ ties such as you always buy at 15c are offered this week at 10 dozen children's new suni bonnets sold all over at 25c, this week at tion. LYNCHED 44 YEARS AGO. The Bodies tf Three Indians terred. Dislo- In 185? three Indians murdered a German peddler near dull Lake, in what is now CrOw Wing county, but then subject to the jurisdiction^ of Morrison county. Sheriff Jonathan Pugh arrested the murderers and started for St. Paul with them, to put them in a place of safe keeping. But some of the people around here, thought summary action wasneeded and so a crowd headed by Anson NprtforupandBenjaminBrown, not­ ed characters Of^thoee days, followed the a)iie^a'9poese.and took the pris­ oners away fromtbem near where Roy altonjis now situated. When the f$jtfrie |ust south of Little Fall* was r^ct|ed,a stro&gpole wasputup, ted tjytwo trees, and toon lodM tito three murderers, who had confessed their crime, swung in the breese. the bodies we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 June 1901

0^ 'V 1 ~4i TP fai.<p></p>YELLOWMAN THE A THRILLING STORY OF THE BOXERS IN CHINA BY CARLTON DAWE. Copyright, 1000. by Paul R. Reynolds. [CONTINUED.] Without more ado 1 made 3jy way to the main deck and then forward to the galley. I peered in at the door, but not Seeing any one at all resembling a Chi­ naman I beckoned to the chief cook: "You kpow who I aiu, of course?" I said. "Ob. yes, sir," and be smiled good naturedly. "A plucky thing, too, sir, and no mistake. "Thanks," 1 replied. "But can you tell me where your Chinese "scullery man is?" "1 wish 1 could, sir. But, to tell you the truth, I haven't seen the varmint since we left Colombo." "Do you mean he is not on board?" "Well, sir, if bunting high and low and not finding him Is any proof I should say decidedly be is not on board." "You have searched"— "Everywhere, sir. The slit eyed ras­ cal went ashore at Colombo and evi­ dently forgot to come back." Seeing the look of Intense disappoint­ ment in my face, bis eyes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 June 1901

!f*m :~'r- S.r ••:. H"Vi, iciF. Men's Fine Spring Suits In this lot you will find a grand assortment of Swell. Up-to-Date Patterns Unfinished Worsteds,. Tibets, Single and Double Breast­ ed Vests.- Regular value $15. $10m5Q PWce, Men's Styiish Spring Suits, in Cassimeres, Worsteds, Shapely cut and Fitting. Would be good value- at $13,50, but we bought the entire stock and will mr.'jjzr$9.85 on sale at considered cheap at double what we ask. Pricev I haye a large amount of improved and unimproved lands to sell on good tprms. Lands listed with me will re­ ceive prompt attention, as I will have many buyers this season. Frank X. Heroux 1 Western Wheeled Scraper Co. Reversible road scrap­ ers, wheeled.,.and drag scra­ ppers, dump "carts, road plows, rfock crushers, etc. W J. W.GROSSFIELD, Summer Underwear, wort 35 cents. Your choice for this sale.. Egyptian Balbriggan Underwear, drawers with double seat?, Merino and Ribbed Underwear Goods worth 75 A cents. Our price Tt .steam engi(uii»|^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 June 1901

UmE FALLS flERALD KSTAftLISHED. 1*89. HERALD PRINTING— COMPANY OH AS. M. VA8ALY. BDITOH. P. J. VASALY. ASST. EDITOR. THE HERALD is' published EVery Friday Morning at i22 Broadway, Tasafy Block. Entered as second-class mail matter... Babscribers ordering address of their yr-' pen changed must always gH their former well as their present address. All papers are continued anleM an exolicit order Is receiTed for. discontinuance and nn tlall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other periodicals can have same in connectlon with HERALD at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. N E 7.. 1901 JTOE 1901 Su. Ma. 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 SO Justice Brown said in his decision in the cases just de­ cided that the "inherent jus­ tice" of the Anglo-Saxon was greater than constitution or law, and practically that on this sense of justice the "ward...

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