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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 October 1901

Supplies of SHOES «...and RUBBER FOOTWEAR of Every Description The greatest selections in fur coats, sheepskin lined coats, mackinaw coats, pants, shirts, underwear, caps, mit­ tens and gloves, socks, etc. We are in a position to supply your family with cloth­ ing and shoes at prices thai cannot be equaled anywhere in the state. VIKTOR BROS. The Big- Store. Plash robes the largest Ubs ef the most up-to-date plush robes ever brought to the city at F. J. John's harness shop, at prices lower than the lowest, Metal and scrap iron and junk wanted. Prices according to market. Jos. DINNER, Little Falls, Minn. Near Graham's Machine Shop. sell Accident com mis class ref- WANTED—Agent to Insurance. Very liberal sions best policies. First erences required. Address Accident Insurance Company, Des Moines, Iowa. 35-3t Bankers House for rent. STEPHEN C. VASALY. FOR SALE—Nearly new Winches­ ter rifle. 38 calibre, Inquire. Herald office, or oi undersigned at Major Morrill's place. ANTON SCHILLENGER,...

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. — 25 October 1901

Mix THE STURGIS WAGER A DETECTIVE STORY. 5 6y EDGAR MORETTE. Copyright, IIW, bj Krederick A. Stokes Co. [Continued.] SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I—Scene of story Is in New York city. Time, early avenlng, last day 0f year. Cable, train collides with cab, throwing to ground cabman ana passen cer also seated outside. Latter disappears then, inside the cab, body of man shot dead is discovered. Sturgis, reporter, ex­ amine* cab and surroundings- CHAPTER rt—Later that evening, at •tag dinner party, Sturgis, la impromptu discussion, maintains reliability of cir­ cumstantial evidence. Dr. Murdock, fa­ mous chemist, wagers in reply $5,000 to 9100 that from any daily paper he can select an unsolvable riddle. Sturgis takes bet. CHAPTER III—Case selected is of two mysterious shots fired that afternoon in or near Knickerbocker bank. Man had. been seen running from bank with valise, and arrested. Man said he stole valise from bank steps and was shot at. contained nothing of interest. Valise CHAPTER IV. THE...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 October 1901

M. DO RAM & CO., The Oldest Firm of BANKERS and BROKERS In the Northwest Dealers In Stocks, Grain and Provisions. Members Chicago Board of Trade, Private WireB to AJ1 Leading Markets. GERMAXIA LIFE INSURANCE BUILDING, Cor. 4th and Minnesota Sts., Si. Paul, Minn. C9AS. H. BRO" N /___ -O^"o.ar Stores Rhodes Bloeic Comer Broad wa: And First Street* PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECI Five Languages Spoken $500 REWARD! We will pay the above reward for any case of utvviiiat UJC vp Xv"i/alc lattle Liyej Pill, when the directions are strict­ ly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, ana never fail to give satisfaction. 25c boxes contain ioo Pills, contain 40 Pills, 5c boxes contain 15 Pills. Beware substitutions WTD IM1-,?.1'*T10cenboxesmail.ofStamps ^. 1 Jackson Sts., Chicago, 111. Sold by taken. NERVIlA MKDICAL CO., Cor. Clinton and Sold at Wetzel's Pharmacy. Solem'sNew Studio Over Tanner Mercantile Co'e Store, Makes the best pictures for the least money Baby's picture free to our regular custo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 October 1901

UTILE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. 84 BALD PRINTING COMPANY OHA8. Is. VA8ALY*- EDITOR. P. J. VA8ALY. A83T, EDITOR. THE HERALD 1B published Every Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, Va»*'• Block. Entered aB Becond-cVass mall matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa fan changed must always gi\ their former •a well as their present address. All papers are. continued unless an explicit 4rder 1B received lor discontinuance ana UH Uall 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 THa HE BALD at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1901 OCTOBER 1901 Su. »!o. 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 FRIDAY, OCT. 25. The Taft commission is doing well in the Philippines, for the commission, anyway. They voted to the governor, who is a member of the com­ mission, a salary of S15,000 a year, and $15 a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 October 1901

sfjol.' NoM&sk of eggs or glue is used in roasting LION COFFEE It is all coffee—pure coffee— strong and of delicious flavor.! Some coffees are varnished with! a cheap coating of eggs, glue or' other equally noxious substances. The sealed package insures uniform Quality ana freshness. And. Hf?mesch lost 50 tons of hay in tne Pierz fire. Twenty toDS of bav wf|e burned in Green Prairie Monday. The High school football team will play at Brainerd tomorrow. The North Ead football team b^at the South Ends Sunday, 15 to 6. John Cowick has takeu* Mr. Moe's place in charge of the N. P. engine ho use. The second High school eleven de­ feated the Sturgeon eleven Saturday 6 to 0. Edward LaFond will start out through the county with a corn husking machine. The Girls' Athletic association of the High school have organized a basket ball team. Misses Ellyn Thelander and Gu dreen Benson of the city schools, vis ited the St. Cloud schools Tuesd ay. The son of John Rutz has been pronounced incorrig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 October 1901

m* Koi-alle Solviek. und 1 6th of wV2 of \v^» of 861,4 John Sobiek, e'i of wVi of A Fiengar, n'-/.t of s1.. of neVj. and s% of sei/4 of nw1^ Urban Mm\v. Di/. of h]4 of ne»i & n^t of se% of nw Mankn, wli of gvt^ .To* Thomais, el- of s\v4 O Peterson, of kw%, lees 1 a Olson, of sw A Nelson. e'« of e*o of fp% Anna Twist, w'a of of seVi Peter Wilczek. w's of nw'i A Kallis, n\vJ4 of sw% Nick IIOOH, wj^ of less 5 a to church A Hansen, ii'-j of neVt John Janietz. of nw'4 John Koroll. «f neH Wit»kn, eVi of sw'4 and sw*4 of se}4 Mrs Marv Rurtek, e'i of ne)4 OUon, wy, of nw'4 Jacolixon, wof sw'i W Davis, nwi,4 of nc]4 and ne% of nwi4 K'llin, elA of Sl"54 anfl Kuklock, wV, or e1• of nw'4 of nw^ Nels Twist, wiL,"of nw'4 of nw'4 A Thomas. nw»i of sw'4 Pica, ne'4 of nw'4 Geo Schwartz, seJ4 "f se}4 i"d 11014 of 6eVt S Dzurek neJ4 of sw}4 John Paka. se14 of swV£ A Paka, w1^ of seJ4 of n\v14 I'aka, of «e'4 of nwjij Peter Sollors, se^ of swV4 and swj^ of velA jMarin Schalta, aeJ4 of ne'4 Chus Mokr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 October 1901

-4 ... ften FARMER stulj mi dilli Tin Ciitito Past. The Leading Grocers- Liwett ic es. Satisfaction Guarantee Zr- Morrison Co. RoUtr lllls. T*r.G-IBS02ST ...|)enttet... In practice 23 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. Advertise in TheHERALD American House, JOHN BEEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harness Saddlery and everything usually kept la a •nt-clase Harness shop. BBPAUUNG A SPECIALTY, •roadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, ORGANS, SEWING MACHINES, AND BICYLS FOLOJlf S MUSIC STORE. THE PERFECTIOH OF SUIT HAKIHG Mote the particular cut and set of the rait Itk the illustration. This ia but one of the many fiU|IWV ^1VUUVUVM9.«U in Our sultsare madefct special cassimeres.finish* ed and itoflnished clays and -sterling worsteds. Checks, plaid* and stripes may be sdectedas,In­ dividual taste dictates. It t$w 1 tailoring together with master-knowledge of the human figure and the utilising of original and durable stuffs that gfc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 October 1901

m'v'S 1Vh, r, w^ry ,/wf* SOUTH CllSHlHG—NORTH PARKER Oct. 2&—Mr. Kipenkruger boughta horse from Frank Ruddisch, and is having it mived to his place today.. FredMellen is sick this week. .Toe Kruger toox a load of wheat to Little Falls last Friday. Quite a number of people'from here at­ tended eervjce* at the St. James church at Randall laBt Bnuday morning.* Dick Scbaffer, who bas been out west all summer, came home last week. Miss Elsie Beto returned to Mr. Lufrk'o place in Huff last Thursday. Mies Elizabeth Smith was the guest of her parents last Thursday. She went back to North Cashing, where she will resume her studies, last Monday. The school meeting in the new district was welt attended last Thursday even iug. They decided to erect a hew school house- next spring, between the Little Elk river and the village ofCushibgt George Taylor was chosen for clerk, August Anderson for treasurer, and N, Simones for director. Clarence Beto and Frank Simones went to Lake Alexander on a p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 October 1901

isC:'' My. f. ,4- "V SOUTH CUSIIINC—NORTH PARKER Oct. 22.—Mr. Kipenkrugerbought a borse from. Frank Ruddisch, and is having it mived to his place today. FredMellen Is sick, this week Joe Kroger took a load of wheat to Little Falls last Friday. Quite a number of people'from here at­ tended services at the St. James church at Randall last Bnuday morning.* Dick Scbaffer, who has been out west all summer, came home last week. Miss Elsie Beto returned to Mr. Lutk's place Huff last Thursday. Mitt Elizabeth Smith was the guest of tier parents last Thursday. She went back to North Cushing, where she will resume her studies, last Monday. The school meeting in the new district WAS well attended last Thursday even­ ing, "They decided to erect anew school house- next spring, between the Little Elk river and the village ofCushiftgj George Taylor was chosen for clerk, August Anderson for treasurer, and N. Simones for director. Clarence Beto and Frank Simones went to Lake Alexander on a pleasure t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 November 1901

VOL 13. NO 36 FATAILY SHOT. Anthony Bednar Accidentally Shot by a friend. Anthony Bednar of Pierz died at St. Gabriel's hospital Wednesday night at 1Q:80 o'clock, from the re eults qfa gunshot wound received last Friday afternoon while hunting ai Rice Lake. Bednar and a friend, John Warn pa, were out after ducks. Bednar fired and missed. Warn pa picked up his shotgun hurriedly, and in some w^y it was discharged, before he got it raised to his shoulder. Bednar was about two feet from the muzzle, and the heavy charge struck him in the back of the hip, opening the joint, and.shattering the bone, making a frightful wound. He was taken home and treated? by Dr. Kerkhoff. Blood poisoning developed. Dr. Fortier was called Tuesday after noon, but being out of town Dr. Trace went out, and at onc^ ordered the young man brought to town, which was done Tuesday night. Dr. Fortier, and Drs. Trace and Seguin, examined the pound, but blood poisoning had so far developed that nothing could be done, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 November 1901

sym 1 THE STCRfilS WAfiER I A DEISCT1VE STORY. JP By EDGAR MORETTE. Copyright, 1899. by Frederick A. Stokes Co I [Continued.] SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I—Scene of story Is In New York city. Time, early evening, last day •f 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 itad is discovered. Sturgls, reporter, ex­ amines cab and surroundings. CHAPTER ft—Later that evening, at •tag dinner party, Sturgls In Impromptu discussion, maintains reliability of cir­ cumstantial evidence. Dr. Murdock, fa­ mous chemist, wagers in reply $5,000 to $109 that from any dally paper he can select an •nsolvable riddle. Sturgls takes bet. CHAPTER Ill-Case selected Is of two mysterious shots flred that afternoon in •r near Knickerbocker bank. MM had been seen running from bank with -valise, and arrested. Man said he stole valise from bank steps and was shot at. Valise •obtained nothing of Interest. CttflPTE...

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

rN. tTh OIIEEN rRAUUC. Oct" 29.—Peter Anderson took a load of corn /to the Falls todaY»an&'Mr. Chadwicktook bay. Louis Alstrom has returned from North Dakota. He worked tbeee for $85 pest month. Mr. McCarthy took a load of lumber to the rails. Tom Cross was a 'county seat visitor Friday. K. M. Rudolph went to the Falls Fri­ day to *ee the doctor. '.• Chaa. Hail isv painting his ho Use this week. Mr* McCarth^|ias finished paiating his new hoase. Mr. Chadwjck took two loads of ha to the city Saturday. Tom Cross has traded borees, and now has two., .' Mrs. Lyberg went to the Falls Friday riding with Mr. Siegel of Clough. John Oillow has moved from L. C. Rudolph's house to F. Perks' old' home E. Kasicot took a toad of hay to the Falls Wednesday. tins Andenton took a load of corn to the city Thursday, and Reuben Anderson tbe^ame. E. Eckereen ij helping "E. Rasicot to haul hay. Levi Robinson joined the rest and took corn to the city Wednesday. Visitors to the Falls were Mr. and' Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 November 1901

-In* UITLE FALLSHE^ALD ESTABLIttHCP. H8. HHRALD PRINTING 1 COMPANY OHAS. K. VASALY. •DITOR. P. «l. VA8ALY. asst. Editor. THE HERALD is. published Every Friday Morning at 122Broadway, VaatMy Block. —-—.. Entered an second-class mail matter. Bnbecribera ordering address of their pa-' changed munt alwaytt git their loriLer mm well as their present address •11 papers are continued unless an explicit rder is received tor discontinuance ana ub- Uali arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magailnes or other periodicals can have samefh connection with TBB HERALD at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, NOV. 1. William McKioley, in the speech delivered the day be­ fore he was shot, said that a tariff revision was needed. He said thatitw^as not expect­ ed that a country could al­ ways sell, and never buy. Congressman Babcock, chair­ man of the republican con­ gressional coramitte, is a strong believer in 'immediate tari...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 November 1901

v*.. A LionCoffee is x6 ounces of pure coffee to the pound. Coated Coffees are fcnly about 14 J'^pf coffee and two ounces oil eggs, glue, etc*, of no value to you, but, moneyjn the pocket of the roaster. Chas. Labin has gone to Akeley. Louis Bacheler has gone toMenah ga. L. Myott is baek frorn Walker, and is employed at Fred 'Germain's barbershop. The meeting of the Shakesperean Ethics club has been postponed to next Wednesday. Mrs. F. H. Mero gave a thimble bee Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. F. A. Sumner. Fred Stewart has sold driving teams to Frank Jarboe of Little Falls and A. Wilder of Aitkin. John Bukowski, of the pulp mill force, lost'the first finger of his right band in the back machine Monday mornitig. The High school football team No. 2, witlplay the Brainerd High school No.'2 teara, at the ball park tomor •row afternoon. Park Rapids Eaterprise: Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Farnam came up. from Little Falls Wednesday. They will live here during the winter. The football game at Br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 November 1901

w:m* pc Jw 1 ft Professional Cards ERGHEIM & CAMERON. Attorney» and JLJ UouiwellDra at Law. Notaries Public. Examination of land titlea. probating of es-~ tatM. collectlonH, real estate, loans. All bus lows attended t0 strictly ana energetically Correspondence solicited. Offices, 1-3 Buck man Block, Little Falte, Minn. DB. F.H. MERO. Dentist. Speclaftleeinade olCrowD and Bridge Work and Straight plBkot Irregular Teetn. Gas or oduntunder In palulew extraction of teeth. Over tb* fair Stoer. Gof M. A. FUKTIER, M. D.. O.M..(irauu»t« Victoria University. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. 4 p. in. resideiirt' Office bourn 8 to 10 a. in. and 2 to 4 Office over Wetiel'e drug store re torner of Third street and Second ave. N. E. LOffice M. ROBERTS, physician andMurgeon in Rhodes Diock. Office hours,' 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 ind 6 to 8 p. m. Rest dence Buck man Hotel. Phone connections. J. G. MILLSPAUGH, pbysician and sur geon, Flyn block.* Office hours: 1 to 4 •. and 7 to'...

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

Rf-T.VA" X)a?. GKEBSOIN" ...pentist... In practice 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. Advertise in TheHERALD American House, JOHN EEEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, ik Manufacturer of and Dealer in ''Harness art Saddlerv and everything usually Kept In a first-class Harness shop. SPECIALTY. REPAIRING Broadway THE PERFECTION OF COAT MAKING FRIEND BR0C Many of our friends prefer our honest winter ulster to all other coats. This is tk* MW-best overcoat for a protector "from the winds that howl." It has extra liberal storm Collar and big, deep pockets and is made to stand the racket, we have sold thousands of these splen­ did coats in the Northwest isatt know from the words of praise of the wearers that they are held in greatest regard for absolute comfort and per­ fect protection. from Old Winter. Wemakejour styles of winter overcoatsfrom which you may select. They embody the latest thoughts coat making. Look for our name in the right hand breast pocke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 November 1901

V" 700 pair child's dongola kid and kangeroo calf shoes, sizes from 5 to 8, at a Cf| A nominal price of .1. 3||U Kir 500 pair child's dongola kid and kangaroo calf shoes, such as you generally "0 A jL buy at $1 a pair, now on sale at Qy|j Realize the wonderful saving on goods of this character, aside from these bargains. We can show you the best and most complete shoe dept. in Little Palls. 800 pair Ladies' Fine Dongola Kid Shoes, heavy or light soles, all sizes at. MORRILL. Oct.28.—Elmer Troyer ot uancoln, Neb., is visiting Iriemla here. Gilbert Vallet of Elmdale stopped over night at Cheeley's on his way to visit his brothei Charley. Attorney Niles and Constable Hatha­ way, of Royalton, were doing business in our town last week. Estelle Cheeley begnn teaching a term of school in the town of Mount Morris this morning. Theodore Getten ia at Paddock col­ lecting this week. All the boys who went to North Da­ kota to work have returned home. Alex. Mill sold his farm and is now in Oklah...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 November 1901

'TfcASi&J The The ladies of the new church have organized a Ladies' Aid society with the following officers. F. A. Eames has sold to Jacob Melcher his two farms, one of 160 acres in Bellevtte, and one of 120 acres in Oak Ridge. The price was $5,000. Mr. Melcher is from Roch­ ester, Minn., and will mnvp bin fam­ ily here. Mr. Eames is od ample of what hard work, ener^ and thrift will do. He cam** to M« rison county eight years ago wit i •out a dollar. He retains a 1 amount of stock, and is considering sgoing into stock raising on on ex­ tensive scale. That the fraternal orders are geaer ally prompt in paying their death claimsjs an acknowledged fact, but tbe record for promptness has been broken by the Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W. Oct, 26th the death claim for the late Mrs, Pantzke was sent in, and on the 23th, it was ap­ proved and'allowed by the Grand Lodge, and on November 1st a check was received for the amount due the beneficiaries who are of age. Part of the claim goes to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 November 1901

H- DEIBTTIVi: By EDGAR NfOR ETTE. Copyright, 1899, by'(Prede^iclt A. Stpkes ©o. [Contiuued.] SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER 1:—Scene of story Is in New Tork city. Time, early evening, last day of -.year. Cable train collides -with-., cab,v throwing to ground cabman and passeii er also seated outsidaJ. Laty#r disappears hen, inside the "cat), boay of man shot CiiAPi'ER ft^-tiafer! !ttiar'^en!n^i"a^11 •tac tdinner .Rartflri Sturg*s. lnimprorapUi mo.ua tehamist, wagers in reply 55,000 tor" that from any daily paper he caq select unsolvable riddle. Sturgis takes bet.•1 CH/fcPTfcR1 Hl^aSe Stefccttefl tt W mystegiouK shots, llw^, dt ttfo ttk^t: Afternoon In or near Knickerbocker bank. Man had been seen running from b£hk wHhi+alMe/' and fro: con CHAPTER' V-J-Stu rtfta' strifes' ttpp«nt-» ment with, Punlfp. presidppt j«£ ^n^, to, visit scene of shooting early next morning, then Induces his friend Dr. Thurston"*©^** come to his ro^m&Jffibllfi-ha. arranges data •I the two strange cases. CHAPTigrtiy^fl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 November 1901

A s£ri¥r.»~ ~Z' pair 49c 88 1' fc dead rt Ladies' ribbed fleece lined derweap, Vest or pants, each. ...:. -fcvt ., :l The best quality of Ji un bleached sheeting, per "yard ^2- 'j Cotton "bed blanket^. at per F^nc|r cQlored 'Eiderdown, made of -fine wool fleece and heavy, suitable for children's cloaks and ladies' 0££f» dressing saque^, per yard iiSot f? a a yard lor a good qimlity/"cotton Hanmel Pt|* a yard for* th^. 6c quality white shaker flannel. a piece for white bed spreds..... Baby white woof Shetland veils, each Ladies' calico wrappers made with deep flounce eirtra wide and well COp made, worth 75c, for this sale.... OOu All wool heavy shirting flannel, worth 30c a yard, for, this sale .... .... Heavy children's fleece lined underwear at and up, according to size. Single bed comforters each Children's rubbers, size 6 to 8 per pair .n NEWS IN MINNESOTA E. S. Baker located a clam bed In the river ait Stewartville that yielded $50 worth of pearls in one day's pick­ ing. Octaviu...

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