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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 November 1901

1 Iwf. A ,,_. *,, pi^p^ Nov, 20 Vrhe Catholic Forest era have changed then meeting place from tie Macho *& Neuman hall „to the Barney Gross hall. ~, "*V',r 1 The supervisors of Pierz and Agram will meet at Hubeit Lander's place on KoV. 27tb, to lay out a road between said towns. 1 -i Born—Saturday to Mr, and $Tr». Bar­ ney. Eller. a pair of twin boys. On, Surt day morniug a paip of twin boys were born to Mr. and Mr*. John Gross, bui we ^ere sorry to learn that one,di«* the same day. The funeral took place here Monday. v{ HX Rev. FathersLange. *,oV Buckroan Steinacb of Bice8v Attendorr .pf Little Fallg/andWelp of Stearn .county, "assis ted Father* Pleitfer in ^the* pulpit and eonf«e^ioudiiriug the,4p which t^k|fa|em$^t§£ra| ki' has Wi|ln«l?, as' treasurer and Frank Fanstwaji ed to fill the yai&aiiteiriVi S The Continental Fire Insurance Co., of New York, will not take any more farm­ ers risks in Morrisoncouoty.. Anton Be^nar who had bisjrigntarin and hand bhdly bruised by fal...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 November 1901

-v.* A A VCL 13 NO 40 He has pursued this course for sev­ eral years and finds it serves £_* TrySBteciler'sQelect •A Cood 1Q Cent Th'fCrooketon Journal tells of a good plan adopted by John A. Roes, prominent Polk county tanner. It is a ve*y simple and economical pro­ vision lor cold storage, which is aa tqllpwi^Ifrdug aequare ebaft X3 feet deep'and four feet square in .the «TOunl. Inthie shaft fcepaeked ice every winterafter, the ground be- ^ww_ •comes frosen around it, fcole nearly- to ^th*$op. Hehasa bouse built overtheshafft and the war weather comes on IM pende his pails ofmilkandanytbing be deeir.ee to keep at a low temper­ ature* within a*ew incbee of the ice. The ground arouni it being thor­ oughly frosen, the ice melts very elowly during the season, and usual­ ly lasts until into September. tV?s' Wook Recort1 Every week this fall ahead of the same week last year. Our patrons who have tried other clothiers are finding out that JAKE BURTON'S STORE .SELLS, Clothing, Shoes and F...

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. — 29 November 1901

fP Copyright, 1899, by. Frederick A. Stokes Co. letter enough I -V 9-sr(',is^ THE STURGIS WAGER I $ A DEI3CTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MORETTE. [Continued.] TT SYNOFSIS,, CHAPTER I—Scene of story Is ln New York city. Time, early evening, last day 01 year. Cable train collides with. cab, throwing to ground cabman and passen- Sead er also seated outside. Latter disappears lien, Inside the cab, body of man shot -la discovered. Sturgis, reporter, ex­ amines cab and surroundings. CHAPTER ft—Later that evening, at stag dinner party, Sturgls, In impromptu discussion, maintains reliability of. cir 1 evidence cumstantlal ce. Dr. Murdock, fa­ mous chemist, wagers in reply 15,000 to 1100 that from any dally paper he can select an nnsolvable riddle. Sturgis takes bet. CHAPTER IH-rCase selected'IS of two mysterious shots flred that afternoon In Sr 'near Knickerbocker bank.' Man had een seen running from, bank with valise, and arrested. Man said he stole valise from bank- steps and. was shotat. Valise c...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 November 1901

NEW? IN MINNESOTA Stain boMsnnaksrs mat at 31 last wmk. Mr®. Robert Pmtt, wife of et-Msf* j^s, Fire which started in the waferooms of the People's Storage company at Sit Paul caused a toes of $150,000 to that and adjoining property. The Vienna Neue Frie PresB© print report that Queen Draga of Servia has been killed in Belgrade. Anothei rumor ia that slhe committed suicide M. B. Humphrey of Winona has Wen appointed to the position of In­ spector of meats in the department ol agriculture, with headquarters in St Pari. tt special meeting of the Luvern* 'flMaae council tint body granted the Sthe Nichols, Sam Anderson and Thomas Tic. All pleaded guilty and were i._cd. John Wyant, who has been 'selling agent for several years at Montevideo 'for the Singer Manufacturing com­ pany, is charged with being short in his accounts nearly $300. He has been arrested and bound over to the next term of the district court. The executive committee of the Na­ tional Educational association has se­ lecte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 November 1901

II1TLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. HERALD PRINTING COMPANY OHAS. E. VASALY. EDITOR. P. J. VASALY,IA8ST. EDITOR. TBE HERALD la published Ererr Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, Taaaly Block. Entered as second-class mail matter. Babscrlbers ordering address of thefr pa #M changed must always gh tueir loruer well as their present address. •a papers are continued unless an explicit roer Is received lor discontinuance ana ni flail arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is friited after the address. Babscrlbere wishing magaiines or other Bsnodicala can have same in connection with HEBALID at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, NOV. 28. 1901 NOVEMBER 1901 Su. Mo. 'Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. 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 Ths flurry over the railroad consolidation matter will help along- the idea of the govern­ ment ownership of railroads. Governor Voorhees of New Jersey has appointed Judge Win. A. Gummere chief jus­ tic...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 November 1901

Coated" with stale eggs, glue and other things are not fit to drink. LionGoffee is pure, uncoated coffee—fresh, strong, well flavored. The sealed package In* •BMa uniform Quality *ndlrng|nim. |(j BIG LAND DEAL Senator Buckman Sells Half Interest in Brookdale Farm Senator C. B. Buckman has sold a half interest in his fine farm, Brook dale, in Buckman town, to C. E. Jackson. Brookdale farm is considered one of the finest in the state. It consists of 1000 acres, Mr. Buckman has owned the place for many years. Mr. Jackson gets half interest in everything except the wheat crop of this year. Mr. Jackson has moved his family to the farm and will have direct supervision, retaining as fore* man Adam Shea, who has ably looked after the farm for years. The new manager will pay particular at tention to raising high grade throughbred stock. The consideration is around $25000. As Mr. Buckman will not do any great amount of logging this winter and will have the farm management off his hands he wil...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 November 1901

i::, &-• lC B^RGHEIU DR. LOffice Cuds & (JAMESON, AitornevH and Cuuut*eiUra at Law. Notarfea Public. HaaminaMon ot land titla*. probating of es­ tate*, collectlona, real Mtate, loans. All bua IHN attended to atricllj and energetically. Oqnwpondence Bolicitea. Offleea, 1-3 Bnek mrn Block. Little Fall". Minn. F. H. MEROf Dentist. Speciaitleamade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight ealnfc of Irregular Teeta. Oaa or oduntumier tor paliilrw extraction ot teeth. Over the Valr atoer. GM. A. FOR MER. M. D.. C.M..Urauu«I* of Victoria University. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Oflhe# bourn 8 to 10 a. m. and ilto 4 p. n. Office oyer Wetiel'a drug store residence eorner of Third street and Second ave. N. £. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon. In Rbodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 «nd 6 to 8 p. ra. Resi­ dence Buckman Hotel. Phone connections. G. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur geon, Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner ave....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 November 1901

—i .'4 I J. W. BERG Morrison Co. Roller Mils. Props of JDjc.GKEBSOlSr ...2entist... Ia practise 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. Dr.MRRO DENTIST. Shodei Block, Little Falls American'H use, JOHN REEDS. Pre*. Cood Accomm ItJQHiii Harness 1 Jtxli EQuuCS-JllilSIC,SI0EE^ THE PERFECTION OF COAT MAKING FRIEND CLOTHING Many of pur ffiends prefer oar honest winter ulster to all othercoats. This is the one 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 o€ these spies did coats fa th«r|forthwest and know from the words ofpraise of the wearers that they ace held in greatest regard fbr absolute comfort and per­ fect protection from Old Winter. Wemakefbmr stylet of winter overcoats from which you may select. They embadjy the latest thoughts its coat making. Look for oar name in the right hand breast pocket (a guarantee). Sold by leading: dealers. Frie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 November 1901

ELMDAIE. Nuv. 25.—Frank Johns and Dennif Sheedy went to kittle Falls on bueiuess Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Baumgar* and family attended tbe ciance at Tbos. Casey Sunday. Married—John O'Donnell of Swan River and Mi«* Sophia. Czeck of Elmdale wer« married at St. Edwnrd'a ohnroh. by Rev. Belzoweki. Tuesday Nov. 19. John Stewart and Simon Czeck weie beet men, and Rose Stewart and Katie €hich on were bridesmaids. The daj dawned bright and clear and the guests gathered at the bride's home. The wedding pro­ cession was nearly a mile in length Those attending from Little Falls were Ur. and Mrs. John Morrison, John Mc­ Donald, Less Sylvester and Hans Lar­ son. Patrick Flavan of Swanvilie, John Meftoaald oi Royaltoa, Mm. H. Arm •toons and son Otto of North Prairie, were also present. They received a number of valuable presents* The con­ tracting parties have lived iu this vicini ty since early childhood and are highly esteemed by their many friends and your correspondent whiahes them a most h...

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

1 VCL 13 NO 41 The ladi'H* »f ih* C«n«rretraTional -church will give «nci8] at the resi­ dence of Mr. and Mrs I. L. Warren December 13tb. Pictures—Our Xmas line is complete. Folsom's Music Store Fred Hoffmann, the lS-ve^r-old of John E. Uofmabd, was held up aid robbed of $( Satur rnight, that near Kr -«i 7il*atine'i tie was knosked down nni rh*mnnej ^tolep.. His head was cut end braised* police were not notified until Week a Record Breaker TryStedler'sSeleGt Every week this fall ahead of the same week last year. Our patrons who have tried other clothiers are finding* out that JAKE BURTON'S STORE .SELLS, GOOD... Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings for less money than other stores sell the "other kind." That Great S I SALIE... A we pi gf mark-down to a low price level on high grade Clothing and Men's suits of rea­ sonable, desirable and reliable fabrics, selling for the bare cost of manufacture. We're determined to clear out dean all this season's stocks, so come quicklv Cood 1Q Cent Ciga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

*5# ***3^ $ A DEIBCTIVE STORY. 5 By EDGAR MORETTE. Copyright, 1899, by Frederick A. Stokes Co [•'oiitiniiMrt.] 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 lead Is discovered. Sturgis. reporter, ex­ amines cab and surroundings. CHAPTER 11—Later that evening, at •tag dinner party, Sturgis, In impromptu discussion, maintains reliability of cir* cumstantial evidenee. Dr. Murdock, fa­ mous chemist, wagers in reply $5,000 to $100 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 tn or near Knickerbocker bank. Man had been seen running from bank with valise, and arrested. Man said be stole valise from bank steps and was shot at. Valise contained nothing of Interest. CHAPTER IV—Sturgis secu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

mm 9K% S Our will command your attention at Don Fancy China and Bric a Brae Department. Our many patrons may be assured that it is a pleasure to do your Holiday Shopping at the St. Paul Ssore the ^--eonribg season, We use every appliance known to modern merchandising to make it con­ venient as well as profitable, at the same time we urge you to come as early as possible as many Items of M0TIEY. Dec. 2.—N. Truelson is ill with typhoid Jever. Willie Brown sells the Chicago Ledger and Saturday Blade. Cushman is employed at the Mer­ cury office. Wm. Hollar, Aug. Abrahamson have gone to the woods. E. Palmer and daughter have returned from Iowa. H. H. Fleeter has relumed from Pequot. I Mr. Dinner of Little Falls bought a lot of .old iron in this neighborhood. He shipped it from Lincoln, John Buchanan.is in charge of the i»eavy elevator. fylies Whalen of the local school spent ^Thanksgiving at Aldrich, and Miss Bat *er at Boyalton. /^Buy a Wheeler & Wilson, Hew Home, Domestic or White....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

LITTLE FILLS HERALD —TA1HHED. 1M. SHRALD PRINTING COMPANY OH AS. K. VAOALY. KDITOfl. P. d. VASALY«|ASSTa EDITOR. tVl HERALD la published Krery Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, Vasaiy Block. Sntered as second-class mall matter. •abttilbera ordering addmi of their pji changed must always gU etbeir former mm well as their present addres*. All papers are. eon tinned nnleaa an explicit Mow Is received for discontinuance ana nn Mall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is IBM after the address. anbecrlberB wishing magaslnes or other MHQdlcals can haye same In connection with HIBALD at reduced rates. •1.50 PBR Y«AR. FRIDAY. DEC. 6. 1901 DECEMBER 1901 Su. Mo. 1 Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 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 No argument based on local jealousy or fear that some particular part of the city is going to grow, should stand in the way of improvements that will help the city. No part of the city can grow without helpi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

-W To the Senate and House of Representa­ tives: The congress assembles this year under the shadow of a great calamity. On the 6th of September President McKinley was shot by an anarchist while attending the Pan-American exposition at Buffalo and died in thai city on the 14th of that month. Of the last seven elected presidents'he is the third who has been murdered, and the bare recitai of this fact is sufficient to justify grave alarm among all loyal American citizens. Moreover, the circum^ stances of thas, the third assassination of an American president, have a peculiarly sinister significance. Both President Lin­ coln and President Garfield were killed by assassins of types unfortunately not un­ common in history, President Lincoln failing a victim to the terrible passions aroused by fo-ur years of civil war-anc! President Garfield to the revengeful van­ ity of a disappointed officeseeker. Presi­ dent McKinley was killed by an utterly depraved criminal belonging to that body of c...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

(east of the forest reserves should afford perpetual protection to the native fauna and flora, safe havens of refuge to our rapidly diminishing: wild animals of the larger kinds and free camping grounds fbr the ever increasing numbers of men and women who have learned' to find rest, health and recreation in the splendid for­ ests and flower clad meadows of our mountains. The forest reserves should be set apart forever for the use and benefit of cur people as a whole and not sacrificed to the shortsighted greed of a few. The forests are natural reservoirs. By restraining the streams in flood and re­ plenishing them in drought they make possible the use of waters otherwise wasted. They prevent the soil from wash­ ing and so protect the storage reservoirs from filling up with silt. Forest conserva­ tion is therefore an essential condition of water conservation. The Government Should Aaiiit. The forests alone cannot, however, fully regulates and conserve the waters of the arid region. G...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

„ir" citizens of the United States. We should now break up the tribal funds, doing for them what allotment does for the tribal lands—that is, they should be divided into individual holdings. There will be a tran­ sition period during which the funds will in many cases have to be held in trust. This is the case also with the lands. A stop should be put upon the indiscriminate permission to Indians to lease their allot­ ments. The effort should be steadily to make the Indian work like any other man on his own ground. The marriage laws of the Indians should be made the same as those of the whites. They Need Education. In the schools the education should be elementary and largely industrial. The need of higher education among the In­ dians is very, very limited. On the reser­ vations care should be taken to try to suit the teaching to the needs of the par­ ticular Indian. There is no use in at­ tempting to induce agriculture in a coun­ try suited only for cattle raising, where the India...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

Sdressed Then came a hue and cry regarding the patronizing of home industries. The greatest of this came at about the time of the war with Spain, when American women of fashion wished to make a display of their patriotism and chose this way of doing it. After the need for a display of their patri- OF CARDINAL BROADCLOTH, TRIMMED WITH RED PANNE VELVET. otism was over they would have gone back to Paris had they not have found it quite as easy to secure equalty as exclusive modes in America. Ameri­ can genius had made the most of the opportunity offered them at the time when the wealthy patrons of fashion had wished to display their patriot­ ism and demonstrated their ability to please. But, while we boast of American made gowns, and point with pride to the fact that the money formerly spent in Paris is now being spent at home, we cannot fully overlook the fact, much as we would like to, that it is to Paris we still look for our ideas. The difference between the present and the past is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

In a Glass of "Water. Put a handful oigldzed coffee in a glass of water, wash off the coating, look at it smell it! Is it fit to drink? Give LION COFFEE the same test. It leaves the water bright and clear, because it's just jttre coffee. The sealed package Insures uniform quality and freahneea. Miss Nettie Raymond is teaching school at Gravelville. Sea the beautiful exican drawn work at the Christmas sale in Tan­ ner hall tomorrow afternoon, Decem­ ber 7.v Felix Bastion, who has had a large farm in Belle Prairie town, near the city limits, for many ye&ra, will rent the place and build a residence in the spring at the corner of First street and Fourth avenue Lortheast. The new N. P. time card went into effect Sunday. The North Coast Lim­ ited {was with drawn and another train run. No. 12. east bound arrives at 10:56 No. 11, west bound, at 12 5S. Branch trains arrive at 1 15, 15 minutes earlier. Grey Eagle Gffzette: We have been jnformed that a lady over in Morrison county came ne...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

Professional ERGHEIVl & CAMBROX. Attorneys and vuu^iteilura at Law. afoifl to feMbtopon having |i If your druggist tr dealer does •of carry it wean get it fbr you from. Notaries Public. Examination of land titles, probating of es collections, real estate, loans. All bu« BIMB attended to strictly and energetically Correspondence solicited. Offices, 1-3 Buck- Block. Little Falls, Minn "iVR. P.H. MERO. Dentist. Specialtlesmade MJ of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight 0nlng of Irregular Teetli. Gas or oduatuntler for paiu!c«« eitracilon of teeth. Over the Wtkir Stoer. Gof M. A. FOKT1EK, M. D„ O. M.. Uradu^tt Victoria University. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office bourn 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. in. Office oyer Wetzel's drug Btore residence corner qf 'fbird street and Second ave. N. E. LOffice M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 11 a. m., 2 to 4 *nd 6 to 8 p. m. Resi­ dence Buckman Hotel. Phone connections. J'. !., G. MILLSPAUGH...

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

I 'ii i, 1 I bor 4 •J. is offered Lowest Prices. Satisfaction Guarantee Korrisoi Co. BoOtr Ills. GKEBSOIfT ...dentist... In practice 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. Dr.MRRO DENTIST. Hhodea Block, Little Falls American'H use 8PBClAI/rr. Little Falls, sin. SEWING MACHINES. axd BICTLS FOLOB'S liflSJC STORE .. L. O. Ftesb HOMRABLY MADE AND STAUNCH This is emphatically an "overcoat year." Good dress­ ers are paying special attention to the quality and style of the garments offered. We can honestly state that ve lead in the production of overcoats for the reason that we have given unusual study to their design and correct construction. FRIEND BROC CLOTHING Stands in a class by itself as the variety of styles, per­ fection of quality and unusual At will attest to the thoughtful buyer. Our special Popular Vienna Long Coat 45 to 48 Inches long Is meeting greatest favor. It la single style-breasted with either standard or perpendic­ ular pockets and has orlsp-palnted...

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