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

f\ In a Glass of Water. Put a handful oiglazed coffee in a glass of water, wash off the coating, look at it smelly it! Is it fit to drink? Give LION COFFEE the same test. It leaves the water bright and clear, because it's just pure coffee. The sealed package insures uniform quality and freshness. Tho Baptist church quarterly meeting will be held this evening. The Civic League rummage Hale was very successful, about $125 be­ ing- realized. A. Tanner moved his mill office from.the Vasaly block to T. J. Mathieson's store. P. C. Conniham, principal witness in the McGrath murder case, left on Friday for Nevada, la. J. A. Berkey is making a 40-acre addition to Swanville village. Nels Peterson did the surveying. The Swanville town board will let a contract Oct, 19th, for a new bridge across the Swan river. Geo. Ferrell is working at Sauk Rapids for Geo. Scroeder, who has a (team heating contract there. Bobby Wright's bull dog "Pickie" got under the locomotive of No, 1 Sunday, and lost his ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 October 1901

Professional Cards BERGHEIMof&at Gof CAMBRON, Attorneys and Counsellors Law. Notaries Pubjlc. Examination land titles, probating of es­ tate*. collections, real estate, loans. All bun -taess attended to strictly and energetically. •"Correspondence solicited. Offices, 1-3 Buck- Ban Block, Little Falls, Minn. DE.of F.H. MERO. Dentist. Specialtiesinade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight­ ening Irregular Teeth. Gas or oduntunder lor painless extraction of teeth. Over tne fair Stoer. M. A. FOR 11EK, Al. !.. C.M.. tirauuatc Victoria University. Montreal, Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. in. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence corner of Third street and Second ave. N. E. LOffice M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon. in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to Ha. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Resi­ dence Antlers Sotel. Telephone connections. J• ,G. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur geon, Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 a. and 7 'to 8 p. m. Resi...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 October 1901

Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers. JDjc. GIBSON ...pentist... Close Block, jLlttle Falls. In practice 25 years. Visits Swanvllle, Elm Dale, Royalton, Buck man, Pierz, Ft. Ripley and Motley, by Special appointment A. K. HALL, Follow carefully with the eye the accompanying illustration from the top of the shoulder to the top of the instep. This gives you an actual idea as to how our three-button frock sets with the figure. FRIEND BROI: CLOTHING has made its mark with the best dressers of your and other towns. It stands alone, apart, -above. If you are not familiar with it we earnestly suggest that you try on a suit and be the judge of its merits. It costs you no more to wear our fashion-true clothing than to wear the ordinary kind, and if you make the effort to accept no clothing not bearing the name Friend Bros, in the right hand breast pocket you will distinctly profit by it. Sold by leading dealers. Friend Bros. Clothing Co., Milwaukee, Wis* 1 J. W. BERG 2 Hsauy ana ShsIF ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 October 1901

wntjsjfjP*1 f- 1 r.\ '.-• .v •ft: i': y, 'r UPSALA. Oct. 1.—Gust Nelson went to Little Falls Wednesday. Mrs. Sboberg's eons, Fred and Ray­ mond, and daughter Bessie, aud Mrs. Albert Kulander went to Swanville Sunday. Mrs. L. M. Larson will leave for Min­ neapolis this week. Rev. Osterholra of Wilmar conducted services in the Swedish Mission church Sunday morning and evening. Miss Augusta Runquist, who is work­ ing in Royalton, spent Sunday at home. Mr. Anderson was at Little Falls Saturday. JSanfrid, of Royal ton, were the guests of Kansas a few weeks ago, is working in Ruuquist' ast week Mies Mary Misfeldt has returned from It( yaltou. Mr. Ekstrom went to Freeporfc Mon­ day. C. Runquist hauled wheat to Royalton Wednesday. Peter Peteison is working in St. Panl. Miss Peterson is visiting her home in Upsala this week. Herman Qrawn of Washington is vis­ iting his sister, Mrs. L. M. Larson, this week. Paul Peterson of Wilmar is in Upsala visiting some of his old friends. Louie Runqaist ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 October 1901

"T- VCL 13. NO 33 Virginias. Mr. Sanford Dodge, supported by a strong company. will appear at the Gross opera house next Monday evening in an elaborate production of' Virgimus," by James Sheridan KnowJes, which has been pronounced b, al! threat authorities to be one of In the afternoon the church bell was blessed, and Father Suscynski of Swan Ri\er preached in Polish. The Baptist church was filled last Sunday to hear Mr. Carman's last sermon before leaving fop his work in Ellendale, N. D. The closest at­ tention was paid to the sermon all the way through, although it was by no means a formal farewell address, but based on the words of Christ in Matt. XI:28-30, and an earnest plea for a!l to accept that invitation. He stated that the real object of a church as well as that of individual Christians, is to hold up and present that invitation to all who will hear. the best acting tragedies of the mod- ««-i ., a call to the pastorate of Pilgnm PPP Bt.U(VO nrl na traiva/ir /\tifoiiA /\t e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 October 1901

CHAPTER I. THE CABMAN'S FARE. It was bitterly cold. The keen De­ cember wind swept down the crowded thoroughfare, nipping the noses and ears of the gay pedestrians, comfort­ ably muffled in their warm wraps. Broadway was thronged with the usual holiday shopper? and pleasure seekers. Cabs with their jaded steeds driven by weath^rbeaten jehuB, and Eorses rivate carriages behind well-groomed handled by liveried coachmen, deftly made their way through the crowds and deposited their fares at the entrances of the brightly-lighted thea­ ters or fashionable restaurants. A wizened hag, seated on the curbstone at the corner, seemed to shrink into herself with the cold as she turned the crank of her tiny barrel-organ and ground out a dismal and scarcely au­ dible cacophony while an anxious eyed newsboy, not yet in his teens, shiv­ ered on the opposite side of the way, as, with tremulous lips, he solicited a purchaser for his unsold stock. One could hardly be expected to open warm overcoat on s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 October 1901

A $35 steel range $1S wood heater Iron bed $3.25 mattress Our Wittier Furnlture or Stovosf If you are in need of eifher of the above you will do well to call on me before buying1. All I ask is that you come and see my goods and let me quote you a few prices which I assure you, you will find far be­ low the lowest ever quoted you before. Wool blanket ^*50 Fine Swiss curtains Heavy oak extension table Oak center table /.so Kitchen chairs Dining chairs &GO Fine cane seat rocker ».BO Carpets, Oil Cloth, Etc., AtJ Very Low Price. F. E. SWAIN, Viktor][blook, Broadway, Little IFalls, Minnesota. wmnrwmm ww ww wi 11 nrw ww nr itr illinery Talk! $26.00 15.00 2m50 2m25 *59 7mOO -so Are now^ready for inspection at any tim^. Here is the place to get a hat ot the best materials and good workmanship cheap. Those of you who we have already had the pleasure of waiting* upon will, we know, be sure to come again, and we solicit the esteemed orders of others, as we are st^rejto do our best to pleas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 October 1901

LITTLE FILLS HERALP ESTABLISHED. 1880. HHBALD PRINTING COMPANY OH AS. IE. VA8ALY. EDITOR. P. «L. VASALY, ASST. EDITOR. THIS HERALD Is published Every Friday Honing at 122 Broadway, Vasaly Block. Entered as second-class mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa pen changed must always g:\ their lo.-aicr 9M well as their present address. All papers are continued unless an explicit order is received for discontinuance and IIH llall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other periodicals can hare same in connection with THE HERALD at reduced rates. $1.50 PER YEAR. 1901 0CIOB1S, 1901 _Su. O iviO. To. We. Til. Fri. Sat. 1 2 3 4 XJ 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 0' FRIDAY. OCT. 11. On this page we give the text of the important ordin­ ances submitted to the coun­ cil Monday evening, and which will come up tonight for further consideration. Everyone i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 October 1901

are likely to be used for glaring coffee? If yon knew, you would be sure to demand Lion Coffee which is never contaminated with any glazingof any sort, either eggs or gluo—just pure, fresh, strong, fragrant coffee. The sealed package insures uni­ form quality and freshness. Football. The High school team defeated the Brainerd team at foot ball Saturday 1 7 to 5, in an interesting game. The local team iy improving all the time, and the boys play together with good judgment. The Brainerd boys were outplayed all the time. Today the local team meets the powerful aggregation from Aitkin. John and Albert Batters, and Louis Tonn. returned from Walker. Mrs. H. A. Kider entertained at progressive cinch Saturday after­ noon. State Auditor Dunn announces that he will not sell any state land at less than $7 per acre. The ladies of the Baptist church will give a chicken pie supper at the church next Tuesday evening. S. P. Brick was in St. Cloud and the Twin Cities for a few days. 8. C. Vasaly lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 October 1901

Professional BERGHEIMof&at DB.F.H. Gof LM. CAMERON, Attorneys and Counsellors Law. Notaries Public. Examination land titles, probating of es­ tates, collections, real estate, loans. All bus (new attended to strictly and energetically. Correspondence solicited. Offices, 13 Bui$ nan Block, Little Falls, Minn. MERO. Dentist. Specialtiesinade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight Ming' of Irregular Teetn. Gas Or oduntunder lor parens extraction of teeth. Over the fair Stoer. M, A. FOK IKK, M. D.. (J. M.. tirauu a«s Victoria University. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours S to 10 a. in. and 2 to 4 p. ui. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence corner of Third street and Second ave. N". E. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon. Office in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. in., 2 lo 4 and 6 to S p. m. Resi­ dence Antlers Hotel. Telephone connections. J• G. MILL'sHAUGH, physician and sur geon, Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 a. and 7 to 8 p. in. Residence cor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 October 1901

•Hk •y CHICAGO POST Every FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post. Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. Every PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. MARKET Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers. A. K. HALL, vi.mDealer in Ground Feed, Oats ah'd Flonr, Fancy Groceries. THE BEST IS -OWE TOO POOH FOB YOU. econd Street North of I\ roadway American House. JOHN REEDE. Prop.~ Good Accommodation^ FRANK J. JOflN, Manuffirfurer of and Dealer Harness *nd Saddlery •aad everything usually kept in a first-cla^s Harness shop. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Broadway Ltttle Falls, Minn" PIANOS, OKGANS, SEWING JtlACHINiSig, BICYLS AND FOLOM'S Subscribe through your commission firm, newsdealer or publisher of newspa­ per containing this advertisement. Sample copies sent free on request. Address THE CHICAGO P08T, Chicago, III. 0, K. Business Hooses^t^ named below. They are O. K. in methods, in goods, in treatme. •Lewest Pi !ce3. Satisfaction Guarantee Srps Morrison Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 October 1901

p\ K~. PIERZ. Oct. 9.—President. Reed and VicePm-i dent'Brules, of the Duluth, St. Cloud, Glencoe & Vlankato Ry. Co., were in the Tillage Friday to consult with our citi­ zens in ihe interest of their proposed road. A meeting was cal'ed at the vil­ lage hall ui the evening and addresses were glveu by them in which they stated that the road would be built and the survey froui St. Cloud would begin early iu the spring. Th«y further fclated that a Chicago company had au option of 90 dctyg, which will expire Dec. 5th, 1901, to furnish the capital to build the road, and that if they failed to do so the offi­ cers of the compauy would put the question of voting a bonus belore our people, and that the localities furnish­ ing the most aid and being the greatest advantage to the:r road, would get it. John Boehmer, a resident of Piers, for the past 23 years, died at the home of his son Joe, Saturday, aged 77 years. The deceased has been blind the past seven years, bat always in good healt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 October 1901

4 VOL 13. ftto NO 34 UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED. Council Pats Through franchise Ordinances. Ons of the most representative gathering!* of Little Falls citizens ever assembled was that of last Fii day evening, at the city ball. The meeting was to give the council an idea of how the people stood on the proposed electric road and power franchises. The opinion was all one *ay—in favor of the proposition. Mo one appeared to oppose it. C. A. Lindbergh, at the request of President John Denis of the city council, explained the ordinances. Among those called on, all of whom were in favor of the ordinan­ ces, were F. W. Lyon, whc said the Electric & Water Co. would not ob­ ject, S. Trebby, C. E. Vasaly, C. A. Weyerhaeuser, A. R. Davidson, E. Hoover, Drew Musser. L. E. Richard, A. Tanner, F. E. Cawley, Dr.Roberts, L. Signor, P. J. Tomelty. J. Gross, H. A. Rider, J. A. Berkey. Dr. Mills paugh, E. W. Collins, C. H. Brown, D. K. Harting. The council at first decided to nd journ to Oct. 17th, but it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 October 1901

I THE STURGIS WAGER I A DETECTIVE STORY. J- By EDGAR MORETTE. Copyright, 189W. by Frederick A. Stofces Co [Continued.] SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I—Scene of story Is in New York city. Hme, early evening, last day Of year. Cable train collides with cab, throwing to ground cabman and passen­ ger also seated outside. Latter disappears then, inside the cab, body of man shot 4ead is discovered. Sturgis, reporter, ex­ amines cab and surroundings. CHAPTER II. THE WAGER "What I mean to assert," said Ralph Eturgis, with quiet conviction, "is that every crime is its own historian that all its ipinutest details are written in circumstantial evidence as complete^ as an eyewitness could see them—aye, more fully and more truly than they e&uld be described by the criminal him­ self." The reporter was a man of about 30, whose regular features bore the un­ mistakable stamp of intelligence and refinement. In repose, they wore an habitual expression of introspective concentration, which might have led a ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 October 1901

I tv»"• E E N 5 life. •'. *. s"-\ vu» Winter Hats.. E the pleasure of waiting upon Are nov/ready for inspection at any time. Here is the place to get a hat of the best" materials and good workmanship cheap. Those of you who we have already had 4vUl, to come again, and we solicit the esteemed orders of others, as we are sure to do our best to please you and sell you just as cheap as we can buy elsewhere. I have in addition to my elegant'line of millinery, a in as so Infant's and Children's Winter Bonnets. 3 Yours respectfully, Mrs.Hosch T^P A A TVftr A -ST. NEW PAINT SHOP! Having formed a partnershipweare now ready to do aU kinds of house painting, graining, paper hanging, kalsomining, sign and carriage painting. Shop one door west of Rassier's wagon shop. Hamlin $ Fetherspil You oar] r®aali psopls with Wh® HsraM. Raymond &\Cifcarf. A A HmU, "kmkr~ f'l AT We have NOT wit^fera|wn ou| flourirom the stores in little Falls, but we have arralge||with them to handle "Gtold Dust" and "M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 October 1901

1 »&*' S3 Ite'- 4 U-^'-AJ LITHE FALLS HERALD ESTABLieHSP, 1889. IRALD PRINTING COMPANY CHAS. E. VASALY. EDITOR. P. J. VA8ALY. ASST. EDITOR. THE HERALD 1B published Every Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, TawJy Block. Entered as second-class mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa (tnchanged must always gi\ their Joriuer mm well as their present addres*. All papers are continued unless an explicit order is received tor discontinuance ana ua ll&ll 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 connection with hi HERALD at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. 1901 OCTOBER 1901 Su. Mo. T«. 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 *'A Pennsylvanian" in the October Atlantic Monthly says that Pennsylvania is "politically the most corrupt state in the Union" and pre­ sents facts to prove the state­ ment. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 October 1901

It isn't your Grocer's Fault, that the bulk coffee you just purchased turns out to be differ­ ent from the "same kind" bought before. Coffee purchased in bulk is sure to vary. The sealed package in which LION COFFEE is sold insures uniform flavor and strength. It also keeps the coffee fresh and insures absolute purity. Albert Dugas Cloud Suuday. visited frieuds in St. P. H. Newman is placing another story on his sale stable. The Boom company's wangans are being put away for the winter. Mies Emma Curtis visited her sister-in- aw, Mies Lillie Cui tis, at Hartshorn. Chas. Matteson will be employed os cook in a camp near Park Rapids The Pierz Union orchestra will give a dance in the Gross opera house %*h ankegiving. J. H. Newman has gone to Chicago to resume stndy at the Chicago Veterinary college. Toe Electrip & Water Co. gives notice that summer water service will be shut off Oct. 25th. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mecasker enter­ tained a large company of friends as progressive cinch Saturday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 October 1901

nnaiif!« Professional ERGHEfM & CAMERON, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Notaries Public. Examination of land titles, probating ol es­ tates, collections, real estate, loans. All bu-t Iness attended to strictly and energetically. Correspondence solicited. OfflceB, 1-3 Buck aaan Block, Little Falls, Minn. DK. F.H. MEBO. Dentist. Specialtiesinatle of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight­ ening of Irregular Teetn. Gas or oduntunder lor paiiilcus extraction of teeth. Over tlie fair Steer. GM. AT FOK 1'IKK, M. D., M..iruuu»it of Victoria University. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. ni. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence Corner ol Third street and Second ave, N. K. LOffice M. KOBE UTS, physician and surgeon. in Kliodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. in., to 4 and to 8 p. m. Resi­ dence Antlers dotel. Telephone connections. JG. M1LLPAUGH, DR. physician and sur- geon, Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to -4 a, and 7 to S p. m....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 October 1901

Hsai/y \l 0. 1 Gravel Mercantile Co., FASHION-TRUE CLOTHING Hoaorably-Uade and Staunch FRIEND BRO£ is unique among other kinds. It is care-tailored clothing. The workmanship is of master-treat­ ment by master-hands. The grade of trimmings, so often slighted by job-clothing makers, is one point of excellence with us, but only one. Like the dress of a well-groomed man you cannot pick out one feature in a Friend Bros, garment that, overshadows the balance. The... result. is true harmony and an exceptionally thoroughbred ef­ fect. Be sure you find our name in the right hand breast pocket. Leading dealers sell our garments. Friend Bros. Clothing Co.* Milwaukee, J. W. ana ShsIF Sash, Blinds, Doors. Building Paper, Lime, Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS.... Mehanic's and Farming Tools 9 The Leading Grocers. Lowest rices. Satisfaction Guarantee Morrison Co. Roller Bills. XD3?- GKEBSOUST ...penitsi... Close Block, Little Falls. In practice 25 years. Visits Swanvtlle, Elm Da...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 October 1901

I* r.v w. irr riCRZ. Oct. 16.—Math Gtopb died o! pleurisy Monday morning, aged 47. The. de­ ceased was a resident of Pier? the past 25 years, aud served as a member of the town boaid tor twelve successive years cntil last spring, when be resigned on account of ill health. The funeral took place here Wednesday morning. He leaves a wife and seven children, besides iiis aged lather, four brothers and three sisters to mourn big early lose. May he be rest in peace. The members of the Pierz cheese fac­ tory filecte the following fleers: President—Frank Feucht. Directors—Louis Feucht, Nick Hennen and Frank Stumpf. Secretary—F, 0. Bo ster. Treasurer—Hubert Langer. Salesman—John Meyers. Building and purchasing com ai it tee— Nick Hennen, Nicx Meyer and Hubert Langer. The digging and building of the cellar will commence next Monday. They In­ tend to complete it this fall. They will use the rock from the Agram stone quar­ ry. The Pierz anion orchestra will give a a dance in the Gross-opera hom...

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