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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 September 1896

Page THE RESULT IN MAINE State Election Shows a Heavy Increase in the Republican Majorities Fought on National^ Issues and a Fifty Thousand Plurality Rolled Up. FourRepubllcan Congressmen, Including Speaker Reed, Re-elected. AUGUSTA, Me., Sept. Iff.—Maine has followed the example of Vermont and declared for the Republican ticket by the largest majority In her history. Aooording to the latest returns the plurality for Powers, Republican candi­ date for governor, will be over 45,000 and probably in the neighborhood of 00,000. Hon. T. B. Reed is re-elected to the house by over 10,000 plurality. The re­ turns show a majority of about 10,000 for Mr. Dingley for .congressman from Zgg: LLEWELLYN POWERS. the Second district, over 12,000 for Mr. Milliken in the Third district and prac­ tically the same for Mr. Boutelle in the Fourth district. In the state legislature the Democrats will have less than half a dozen of the representatives in the house and not one in the senate. As anticipated, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 September 1896

tOTLE FALLS t. BY THE TBANSOHIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISH KDBVEEY FB11MY, SUBSCRIPTION'- Om year ......... Six month*...... Three months........ v' I wm- $1 80 40 ADVKHTWIMQ KATK9 JU)Wr LITTLE FALLS, 4 A MINN SPECIAL CAM PAJGN pFFER. The Weekly Transcript Until Jan. V, 1807, for Qnly -,Sl'' 26 Cents. The Weekly Transcript will be gnatled to' any address In Morrlsoh county from this time, until Jan. 1, 1897, fo'i the small sum of 25 cents. This time will Include the active part of the campaign, the election return* and the opening of the congressional session. Those clthteos of the county 4vhoure not already subrcrlbers to the Weekly Transcript should take advantage of this low offer and sub* «cribe at rince.' Vl /fet' The friends of the Transcript, who ate now readers of It. are requested -to call the attention oftheir neigh flora who are not subscribers to this offer., New York was Bryan's "enemy's country,'' and Maine is probably Sewail's "enemy's country," Since the Maine election the Fo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 September 1896

•:pm:) SM vr. irV*ij 'If?- JOBPRSKTiiUC TRAHSUHIPT JOB BFFiGc OW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOITT. NEAT, CHEAJP A?»D liAPlli. The Weekly Transcript will b« sent to Wy address in Morrison ceunty till Jan. 189T, for onIy 5J5i cents. Our. subscribers are asked to call the attention of the^r neighbors to this fact* mtift should subscribe at thiatime. •»"»-1 .w JtVjS-kUr^Kj. The St. Cloud dvily papers are nearly making politics a specialty this fall. Supt. A. E. Law, of the Northern Pacific, was in Little-Falls Monday foreuoon. Will the free silveiites ever ^&TV* tc* Mrs. C. W. Cotteld aud child returned from 1 I "L. tu Yea. there will be light, .for^.a a a Knute. Nelson at the opera house on Satprdavevening. _____ -CongHfetthafr Towne will speak at lir&iuer<i tliiseverijiig ''i '. j'j «f* This, in the laat week the Mlnnei apolls saw mills will run. I Girl Wanted fur general house work. Apply MRS. GIBSON. Senator Nelson Is'billedfor a speech every evening until election d...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 September 1896

Southern Enthusiasm Show­ ered pen Ei van in tho Clue CrasL, Stale. Great Ovation at Lexington, 20,OCO People Listening to His Address. Was Crand ARMY Pay at Can­ ton ar.d Thousands Call on McKinley. LEXINGTON, Ky., Sept. 10.—Kentucky hospitality and Southern enthusiasm were showered upon William Jennings Bryan on hi6 trip in the Blue Grass re­ gion. The greatest reception tendered him in the South wan at Lexington, •where he addressed from 15,000 to 20, 000 people at the fair grounds. A pro­ cession, unique in its character, and impressive to a large degree, passed be­ fore him as he was on the speaker's stand. The farmers of the surrounding counties got into Lexington during the morning and came in typical Southern way, travelling the entire distance on horses. While Mr. Bryan was address­ ing the audience the horsemen were seen entering the gates of the fair grounds, riding in double file and carrying Appropriate Democratic Banner*. It took 25 minutes for the 20,000 people to fil...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 September 1896

/Mfj# I COAL I* r# Infant Little Lallsjron Works. MACHINERY /. SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. I am prepared to do ail work ir my line promptly and in ,first-class style. have for sale a. large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Gups, etc.. "We hare thoroughly tMted the WllllmantVe 81x-cord Spool Cotton, and find It luparlor to ujr othsr In the theagents, purchasers and users of ail sewing Tn Bwon MAMDfACTCBiira Company. Wiieeljer fc ViuohManuf'gCompany. New HomeSxwimoMachikk Co. Tax Siakdabd 8IWINU MachineOo. Ask the dealer for it, or send WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO*. Willlmantio, Conn. TINWARE, White Marble lame, Cement and BDidMMaterial Buokeye Pumps, Santa, Doors 3 and Moulding, WOOD AND Second-hand Engines and Boilers always on hand. JoHK Dennis, Page Proprietor. Fergus Falls Journal. Col. Bridge man tells a good story of a straw vote which was taken in Wadena a week or two ago. Two men were discussing the financial question on a ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 September 1896

10 if New York Sun. "The New Woman.0 PLUG THE RETIRED BURGLAR. An Experience Which Wag Unexpected and DtickK-tliy U: Ictisant. "Looking over the ehiff on the side loard of a ))0':tse I \v»h in ouo uight," «aid the retired burph.r, "I couldn't help thinking that if this was a (air •ample of the house I'd lost a night Silver plated teapots and sugar bowls fit for nothing but to hold tea and sugar •nd spoouholders and everything else juftt the same. In the drawers, among tlie plated spoons and forks, thero was miserable little lot of thin silver «pa*is and light forks, scarcely worth carrying off, and a souvenir spoon or two, but I sorted out these things and laid 'em together, corded in a little pile tin the left hand side of the top of the sideboard, handy to piok up when I was ready. I had finished the sideboard and pioiced up the spoons and was just about to put 'em into my left band inside coat pocket when I heard somebody say: 'There, that'll do nicely I' "Naturally enough, I sup...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 September 1896

pt f'A I COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Proposition of' th© E. & W. Co, for Street Lights Ac­ cepted. Resolution Passed to Construct a Sewer to Connect with the Brewery. The city council met In adjourned eeeslou Monday evening ut 8 o'clock. •11 membero present. On niptlou duly seconded and carried the following, bill* were al­ lowed Gross, ludse to city poor 12 30 Kyun Brow, mdse to city poor 4 86 Harting & Sou, coffiu fwr A. Blombergh. ............. 6 50 Richard Bros, lumber 11 Pine Tree Co, wood 7 60 8t Gabriel's hospital, board for T. Oaher.., ,45 00 Mathieson. flour (or city pdor.. 6 15 Vasaly,house rent for Mre. Leon Houde, Jr.......... 9 00 Dr. Lumont, professional services to Mrs. Leon Houde 3 50 Richard Bros, nidse to city poor 17 04 St Otto's crphatfage, board for Wetskl.. ............. 21 00 St Gabriel's hospital, taking care of Frank Mausback ,, 15 00 E Robinson, lumber....... 15 00 John Leisel. 7 days watching quarantine house 10 50 Electric & Water Co., two cans tneta...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 September 1896

^r &v fcpl lt.: ^fe' Repl ies to the Notification Com mittee of the Minnesota ^Democracy. Accepts Nomination for Gov­ ernor,'and Reviews Pend­ ing Issues. Money Question Most Impor tant,and Much Space De­ voted to It. ST. PAUL, Sept. 12.—The following the letter of notification to Hon. John Lind of the Democratic nomination for governor of Minnesota and ids letter of acceptances ST. PAUL, Minn., Aug. 28. Hon. John Lind, New Ulm, Minn.: SIB—The Democratic state convention of Minnesota, which met at Minneapolis on the 8th day of this month, chose you as its candidate for the office of governor of Minnesota at the ensuing election, and we were appointed a committee to formal­ ly notify you of such action. We take this method of performing this honorable and pleasing duty. We have delayed giving you this notice until the various political parties of this state have met in convention, in the hope that tho Democratic tender of support would be reinforced by that of the Peo pie's party...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

*i A ft Pad on good larms. Office mm Jra'O' '•^ff^ Morrm and Crow Wiig Counties Company's Prices, from $2 to $6 Prices on particular pieces quoted and any information desired furnished to intend­ ing: /purchasers. Also have for sale about 200 GOOD IMPROVED FARMS in different parts of the above named counties, at low figures, upon terms to suit purchasers. Also have 9 per cent MONEY TO LOAN THE ROYALTON MILL. Legal Battle Possession and ship. About four years ago the sheriff took possession of the mill for the railroad company, and A. M. Lara way secured titles under the mort­ gage and liens. Larawayhad a lease of the railroad land at the time the sheriff took possession, and it is claimed that the possession for the railroad company gave Lara way possession. When the sheriff left the mill Kobe again entered it, and it has been operated some since by parties supposed to represent Kobe. This summer members of the Inter­ state Milling company, at Little Falls, made arrangements to buy ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

«r »vr Jx Pagp Morris, Republican candi date for congress, made an excel­ lent speech at Staphs on Mdnday evening. He had a large audience, and thiy were in full sympathy with him. He mad a fitting com ments on Towne's charges of coercion. •:Morris will soon make a spevch at Little Falls, but the date has not yet been fixed. He is making a magnificent cimpaign, and there is no doubt of his elec tion. The strike at Leadville was because the silver mine owners would not restore the wages. Under an old agreement the -owners were to restore the wages when silver reached 83 cents an ounce. The. miners possibly figured that siiver will be worth -$1.29 an ounce after Bryan is elected, and thought it fair to get an increase of wages pending the official announcement that silver is worth twice as much as it is. The production of silver is now 85,000 tons a year, with a bullion value oit about §115,000,000. When the government of the United States declares that the bullion value is double wha...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

OJ4, -41 Bv 4? ssWH I7 H*1 /V 1 'i fV A GEORGIA SOLDIER. GENERAL CLEMEN A. EVANS, ONE OF GORDONS LEADERS. Baptism of JTlreVnc BrllllMit Charge Marye's Height*—1 "Bloody Ancle" al many know that therewere twoaftbe name in the armies, of the OwfeKierao^, both gallant and ubiquitousuMienthere -was work to be done? Clement A. Brans' began his soldier career as lieutenant ija. the Thirty-first Getitgfek fighting "fail Ant battles under Stdriewalt "Jfcdksdh. He served to the end of the war in the Virginia campaigtf arid laid dowta the sword of a major general at Apppmattox. As colonel of the Thirty-first regiment Evans received his first wound at Qaiides Mill in 1862. Having given proof of good spldier stuff inoommand of a regi­ ment, he was often called npon to take the post of danger with the Thirty-first, A good regiment and a good leader make a strong team. The writer Was one of the proud and confident boys in blue who olimbed up Maiye's Heights May 3, 1868, and stood on the crest all...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

pli igl si' A new silver mill is being built at Anaconda, Montana, that will turn out 6,000,000 ounces of silver a year. '$M The low price of wheat is not due to overproduction.—Herald. It is probably due to an excess ive demand. The present tariff laws don't protect American producers, nor bring enough income to pay the expenses of the government. ... The St. Louis Globe-Democrat thinks that "the dwindling condi tiou of the Arkansas majority may be explained in this way: Fifty three per cent is real and .the other 47 per cent has the stamp of the Democratic campaign committee. The Democrats worked Arkansas game for all it worth, at one time claiming 000 majority. The total vote only 141,120, of which the ocrats received 91,124. Democratic majority was half as much as claimed. that was 80, was Dem The about The Democrat last week pub lished an article written by an ex governov of New Mexico on the silver question. The writer says that xilver will be worth $1.29 an ounce all oyer the...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

1 J. 1 4£ri 'I: Effort to Oust Him From the New York Democratic Ticket Fails. Senator Hill Creates a Sensa 8ation by Attending the Meeting. f/ Takes Advantage of the Occa­ sion to Denounce the' 1 Platform.7 NEW TORE, Sept. 28.—The Demo oratic state central committee held a Ions? session at the Hoffman House. A sensation, was created, by theappear ance of Senator Hill, who arrived from Albany late, bearing a proxy. In the preliminary work contested cases were heard and the Hill men were seated on a vote of 25 to 19, It was very nearly 11 o'clock when the fight oyer Mr. John Boyd Thacher, the nominee for governor, was precipitated by the read­ ing of his letter addressed to Chairman Danforth and defining his position. The reading of the document was listened to very attentively and then John B. Shea of Tammany introduced a resolution calling upon Mr. Thacher to resign his nomination.( Mr. Shea -declared that Mr. Thacher could have given his views upon the .financial question before th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

Sr. Pa? (i if I I 1 1 feL. f"fe- A 1 If jlpjE gggp LITTLE FALLB. w) ran:» i4 ITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. By THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. |& p.- PUBLISHED llVESY FRIDAY. p. SUBSCRIPTION! One year.. .»:. 91 80 f,\ Six month!..... 75 ii Three months.. ft I ADVERTISING BATES LOW. A look at the answers to these questions from the lumber manu­ facturers in St. Paul and Minne­ apolis shows a curious state of affairs. and further shows that the law has caused great injury to the lumber industry in Minnesota, and the effect naturally has been the same throughout the country. Since the passage of the Wilson Qorman bill immense industries have been built up in Canada and enormous quantities of lumber are now shipped into the United States where, before the passage of the bill, very little came across the line. Last year 600,000,000 feet of lumber was shipped into the United States more than dur­ ing the preceding year. A promi­ nent' lumberman said yesterday that at the lowest estimate that lumber ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

-3 ffv t.' (*&§ ective *r JOB PRlNTIPiC 18 TRANSuaiPT orriiif NOW SUPPLIED WITH NIWV MATERIAL THOUGH OUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAMI*. The Weekly Transcript •will be sent to any address in Morrison county till •Jan 1,1897, for only 25 cents. Our subscribers are asked call the attention oftiheir raedghbors to this fact. Many should «ubscriJbe at this time. A marriHKe license wasimued Mon­ day to Alex Knopik and Mifte-Josie Silk. Dr. P. H. Mero and A. W. MiwoRae returned Tuesday inoin a l»»ntingi -crip. A Republican meeting will be 'held jo Elm Dale on Saturday eventagof tthls week. And J. Clank is about to «tart Another newspaper—this tlaw at Stewart, Minn. A. Tanner aow lias ibis grata ele­ vator on the Weet side in operation and is buying wheat.. Mrs. J. Harris is nwuklng repairs and .improvements on tier residence OB first avenue southeast. Tbe Royalton telephone office teas beenchangerf lr*m J. P., Thraemer's atone to J. BokUorni's hotel. Towne is advertised forliis farewell appear...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

fyw1 PH 8 f* •So" ?T-f M0NE1 QUESTION. .' THE KEY TO IT EXPRESSED IN ONE WORD—HONESTY. Free Coinage of Sliver Would Bene­ fit Only Bullion Speculator* and ReitudlntorM of Debt—How Parity IM Maintained—Tlie Present Silver Dollar Is Sixteen to One, But It* Coinage I* Limit-id. To tlie Northwestern Agriculturist: My object in writing you is to try to obtain a key to the money question and protection. I am logt in regard to understanding them. Iwant the old Republican theory am a Republican, and always have been but since the new questions have arisen I am lost. Can you help me out? Very truly, —M. L. W. Nlmrod, Minn., Aug. 0, 1896. There are a great many of us very easily lost when we undertake to trace the meaiukM'ings of statistics involving figures away up in the millions and billions, such us the abstruse "argufi ers" of the money question are fond of citing. The very men who deal in these undigested sta -sties (misquoted nine times out of ten) have simply grasped a few stray bits ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

Is Coming! x, Continuous performance. Don't let the children mist It. Clowns, acro batt and performing animals. Naturally colored, on cardboard. Will standalone. Sent postpaid to any address on receipt of NX CENTS In stamps. Amuses the children, and makes the mother acquainted with WILLIMANTIC STAR THREAD. Send for Mt for each of the children. Address WILLIMANTIO THREAD CO., WILLIMANTIC. CONN. HARDWARE,* TINWARE, White Marble Lime, Cement and Biting Material, Buckeye Pomps, Saab, Doom fltlio Sores, Restores Gives Relief at oixce for Old in Head. :r A'pjilp into he IfostrUa ——~tt "I 'Moroca. VFRMWIAFJ5 *V MAIL. I am prepared to do all work ir my line promptly ana in first-class style. Lave for sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, lt tings, Oil Cups, etc. V&- Second-hand Engines and Boilers always on hand. JOHN DENNIS, BLY tut'" Proprietor. ST. CLOUD, MINN., Sept. 18— David Bulger, an unfortunate man from Holding Ford, was examined as to his sanity in probate court Thurs­ da...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

W pn:c.y 3f«' §&/" ({•*). S5»v Siw*-.: *E. BKi 0" f.,y ft.,, HH8BHRB8™HSBroHSSH||BP^^®iwP-!^^^l^i.:yw:**vxy.- THE AKIZONA KICKER •SWEET MUR5C AND JACK RABBITS FOR THE ABLE EDITOR. An Excellent Opening For a Dentist—bu­ yer Watson Mid John Hope Do Some Poor Shooting—TIIOM Chalk Warnings on the Door of The Kleker CMBoe. Oar heartfelt than ks arc hereby tendered the brass baud of Pine Hill for the unex­ pected and enthusiastic serenade tendered us at midnight Inst Tuesday ni^Jit. Tho boys rode 14 miles to prove their ^jood feel­ ing for us, and the notes of the delicious music which aroused as from sleep will long linger in our memory. The music was interspersed with the throwing of two dead jack rabbits against the office door with a bang, but the Pine Hill boys must be held blameless for that We have a sue- SHOT OUT TWO PERFECT MOLARS, •plclon that the guilty wretcih 'was our -esteemed contemporary ddwlf tjh#" street., Who was no doubt renderM ¥uriptii by the oompliment given us....

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

(JLiJ/ pi .r 1 I'S-Msi® l-ifii-y 1 1 i-rtfcV:. Pi" '4M '4M ^M'L, -vll ..,, :wjr. nW1' I* V. TO ORGANIZE CLVJBS. A Meeting Held at the City Hall on Monday Even­ ing. Interesting Speaking by Stew­ art, Brower and Cham­ berlain. The meeting at trie\ city haM Monday evening to perfect plans f«*r organizing MeKiuley sound money clubs was largely attended. Am organization wan perfected by elect­ ing Hon. B. Buckman ehalruwn and M. E. Lewis secretary. A fcmii toership liut whs circulated and largely signed, aud it was voted tihat thechairinan appoint a comMrittee of Ave to take charge of club or­ ganization. The committee wdl be appointed later. Several of the lawyers who were attending the district court were present, and so«e were called (M to speak. George Stewart, of St. Cloud, Made a few remarks, and especially wged the value of organization in the campaign work. He spoke of the excellent work being done in oCiber localities, and sp»ke hopefully of the outlook for party success. R. I&...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 September 1896

Is 1* I, Vv- |v l^ I *p: 1 $ V''' \f -V C1 \4i Miners Quietly Gathering at Leadviiie and Waiting for an Opportunity To Wipe Out the Entire Na­ tional Guard and Destroy the City. Warrants Issued for Arrest of Twenty-five of the Min­ ers' Union. DENVER, Colo., Sept. 24.—The im­ pression that the presence of troops in Leadviiie would end' the strike has been dissipated by the reports which have reached Governor Mclntrye from that place. He is told that miners from Aspen, Cripple Creek and the San' Joan ore quietly gathering at Leadviiie and that at an opportune moment the strik­ ers will wipe out the entire national guard and burn the town. The gov­ ernor has inquired unofficially of Brigadier General Wheaton, comman­ der of the military department of Colo­ rado as to what assistance the federal authorities can render in case of emer­ gency on short notice. Given Full Power to Act. Governor Mclntyre has sent a tel­ egram of instructions to General Brooks at Leadviiie, giving that offic...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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