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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 December 1901

SOUTH CISHINO—NORTH. PARKER Dec. 2 —A number of young people from this vicinity attended the dance at Mr. Sari'v 8, of Cuehiuj?, last Wednes­ day night. Mrs. J. J. B^es was the^ueataf Mrs. Hiruin. lasUTueedH.y ufteruooq. A large crowd of people irom here and Cusbing attended the echoof entertain­ ment given by the pupils of school 2, Diet. No. 64, N«jrth Pushing,last Wednes­ day, am* compliment them on theia good work. Mr. Beto and son Clarence built a new barn this week. Misb Minuie Sykw called on Miss Frimewood Saturday morning. A number of young people from tbi* locality attended the dance at Mr. JJen tler's of Sooth Parker, last Satwday Bight, and report ft good time. Miss Gertie Hi mooes spent Thanks­ giving with the Misses Brophy, of Cuah ing. Word has 1 een received tbat Mrs. Saunders and daughter Josephine, for­ merly of North Parker, are very IU with typhoid fever, in a hospital at Minnea­ polis There was no school in district 100, Parker, last week, on account of the ill­ ...

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. — 13 December 1901

16 Pages and Snpple. Bent. VOL 13. NO 42 RAISED TK NICE Heads of R. Howell Pay His Fine of $200, Seciring His Release. St. Cloud Journal-Press L.R.Howell secured iii* release from the county jail late Satardav afternoon, a num­ ber of his local friends raising a sub­ script io a of $200 with which to pay his fine. The amount was deposited with Deputy Clerk Mueller and Howell was given his release. He left for Minneapolis Sunday morn­ ing and it is understood that he will imin djacely go to work for a jewelry house as traveling salesman, a posi­ tion which he had held prior to his return to St. Cloud for trial a month ago. Howell has been extremely fortunate in that he has a number of friendn in St. Cloud who have "stayed by him" in his trouble. Hia family has bad their sympathy in a larger degree than it was meted out to hina an* thsy have been wil­ ling to go to almost any extreme for the sakrt of hia wife and children. V- J. Picket has set up a feed mill at Lincoln. Chae A. Neal i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

THE STURGIS WAGER $ A DETBCTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MORETTE. Oapyrlcbt, 1M. by rredariek A. StokM Co. [Continued.] SYNOPSIS. _QURKR I—Scene of story Is fa) Naw nrk dty. Time, early evening, last day Sf year. Cable .train collides with cab, wowing to ground cabman and passen also seated outside. Latter disappears en, inside the cab, body of man shot Is discovered. Sturgis, reporter, ex dlnga amines cab and surroundings. CHAPTER 11—Later that evening, at •tag dinner party, Sturgis, In impromptu discussion, maintains reliability of cir­ cumstantial evidence. Dr. Murdock, fa­ mous chemist, wager* In reply $5,000 to H09 that from any daily paper he can select an onsolvable riddle. Sturgis takes bet. CHAPTER III—Case selected Is of two mysterious shots fired that afternoon tn •r 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. Valise •ontalned .nothing of interest. CfiAFTER IV—Sturgis secures appo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

fi f:. I By the Basketful, the single package, or however you may order your Christmas groceries, we are your willing servitors that is to say, the smallest purchase shall have equal attention with the largest thus may we expect to share the blessings of Old Santa Claus with other good citizens. Tanner EAST DARLING. Dec. 10.—Hjalmar Sanderson met with a bad accident in tfce woo la. A log rolled over one leg, and he will he laid up quite a while, although luckily no bones were broken. Mrs. 0. Lind did not go to Wasbing ton. She is at Elm Grove. There will be services next Sunday ttfe the Swedish Lntberau church at 2:30 p. m. All cordially incited. School in district 74 is well attended, and parents and pupils are pleased with the teael".*»r. River Qrove farmer will soon build a large stable. There will be services at Darlington farm next. Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. The Holiday season is when every American family is expecting to put in the time feasting.and merry-making. We are in a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

,J^P -t**!*»«g( t,HTLE FALLS HERALD •fTAIIiHlu, HM. VUULD PRINTING COMPANY OH AS. K. VAMLY. BDITOH. P. J. VA8ALY.IAS8T. EDITOR. err Morning ay.133 Broadway, m»1t Block. Catered as second-class mall matter. Babecrlbers ordering address of their pa­ ten changed most always ghe their former wfil as their present addies*. All papers are. continued anless an explicit order is received for discontinuance and nn Uall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is ptjatod after the address. Babscrlbers wishing magaslnes or other acnomcals can have same in connection with In Hibald at reduced rates. •1.50 FIR YCAR. FRIDAY. DEC. 13. 1901 DECEMBER 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 26 27 28 29 30 31 If Governor Van Sant will give the Iron Range roans a little at­ tention, too, it might do iome good. The populistic talk current in republican papers about forcing the railroads to make lo«ver rates —makes us shudda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

coffee? which I "s contaminated with glazingof any sort, either eggs ilae—lost nnm. fraah. ufrnnir fragrant coffee COME AND CONE Chas. Daugherty of Belle Prairie has goue to Indiana. Mr, and Mrs. Peter ArnH are back from Brockway, Mrs. A. Cjr has gone to Canada for a visit, F. Ellenbecker was in Royalton Mon­ day. W. T. Tourtilllotte was in Park Rapids and Menabga on business. J. D, Hatton and family felt for Ta coma Sunday evening. Stephen Guerin has returned from the J. B. Conae.1 has goas to St Lonis cosnty. Mr. and Mrs. M. •. Wetiel were in Rojalton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Johns visited rela­ tives near Bwantille. Dr. Trace was in St. PanI last week. Mrs. John Bailey returned to Benidji Saturday. R. E. Lester has returned from Pitts­ burg. Martin Eake was in the city Wednes­ day. J. Greengsrd and J. Deutsch went to Per ham Wednesday. Mrs. Catherine Tindall aud two daughters and son William, were city Wednesday. iu Bor®—To Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brunei!, of Oak Ridge, Dec. 8th, a s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

Mssional tatM, collections, real estate, loans. All bus* iMerattended to strictly and energetically. Correspondence solicited. Offices, 1 -3 Buck-* fiau Block. Little Falls, Minn. DR.of P.H. MERO. Dentist. Specialtlesmade of Crow and Bridge Work andj}trtflf£ht Irregular Teeth, das or odnntuiuler tor patulous extraction of teeth. Over the fair Stoer. Gof il. A. FORTIER, M. D.. C.M.. Graduate Victoria University. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office boars 8 to 10 a. in. and 2 to LOffice Jgeon, •Sj- 4, p. in. Office over Wetsel's drug store residence corner of Third street ana Second ave. N. E. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon. in Rhodes block. Office hoars, 9 to a. m., 2 to 4 «nd 6 to 8 p. m. Real dence Buckman dotel. Phone connections. O. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 a. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner lllrd ave. and Third St. S. E. O. C. TRACE. M. O. and Physician surgeon to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern Pacific ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

it ^Opportunity Lt owMt Prices. Satisfaction Guarantee a,""" Morrison Co. Roller lills. Uj?. G-IBSON" ...penttet... In practioe 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. ft. Dr.MRRO DENTIST. BhodoB Block, Little Falls American'H use, JOHN REESE, Prc~_ J, -fV' Cood Accommodation suit* PRANK J. JOHN, Mannfaetnrer of and Dealer tn Harness utSaddlerv Md«l „a«nally kept in a il—Harps— shop A SPECIALTY. BBPAlBlXa •roadway Little Falls, Mini PIANOS, OKGANS, SEWING MACHINES, AND THE PHtHgmOi OF COAT MAKIIG Careful dressers will with greatest satisfac­ tion note the fall hang and perfect shoulder inches and the coat is honorably made and staunch in evecy detail. Made in special plaids and conservative plain goods. It is but one of many sterling productions ia sold by leading dealers. Try on this over* id inspect it. coat and inspect it. Look for our name in right hand bieast pocket. Friend Bros. Clothing Cfc, MQwukee, Vis. J. W. 5ER6 Hsauy ana ShsIF Hardware £j Sash, Blinds, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

LINCOLN. Dee. 9.—S. L. Staples arrived home Friday from Winona. Considerable wood is moving from this station now. We understand a man near here solved the mysteries of Woodcraft Saturday night. A. L. Hoffman and Walter Bovee went to Staples Saturday night. The dance Thanksgiving ere was well attended. All report a good ime. Chas. N«al has moved into his new house. Messrs. Merrifield and Neal have been busy the past week feeding the Wood­ man goat for Saturday night's event WEST BARLING. Dee. 9.—No new school house will be built in district 85. There isn't 'enough mosey to put up a very fine building, eo we will keep the old one till we are in better financial shape. School in district 35, Miss Elma Hill teacher, closed Friday, after a very suc­ cessful term. We all want the teacher to come back for the spring term. Beautiful Point hotel is closed until spring. They say there's war over school mat­ ters between two men in the 8th ward. Let's have peace and love each other. If widowe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

THE TRUE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS BjrKK. Butted**. C&Hfrictit. UM, kr AMfien Fm AaodatloB.] I bad taken advantage'of the sbeence «f Che children on an errand to dray the Christmas tree out of the cellar and aet it JP I" the parlor. It was Christmas eve. wife had left me alone with the tree for a few minutes while she went to pet a spool of green silk which, she thought would be an improvement for tying pur­ poses on the white cord which I had be­ gun to use.' Presently the room darkened as if filled by a cloud, and the cloud gathered into a compact mass near me, startling me. Much more was I frightened as it gradu­ ally assumed the shape of a tall, long bearded old man, but when the figure grew still more distinct and I saw the benignant smile and the hands full of or­ naments fit for my tree my fear subsided. "Here," said the spirit, handing me a little box. "is something which you should not dress your tree without. It is the ob­ servance of all good old Christmas cus­ toms. Too ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

SANTA CLAUS Frank Martin left the indicator with­ out a word to the roadmaster, whose guest lie was for the trip to his ranch, went for­ ward for the tenth time that evening. He looked anxiously up the aisle of the Pull­ man. There she was—petite, dark-haired, pensive, alone. After a moment of indecision he ap­ proached her. "May I bring you something from the dining car?" "Nothing, thank you: I am doing very well." What was the use? She had only nod­ ded when he encountered her on the train. "MAY I BRING YOU SOMETHING?" It was quite an accident that they met thus after their intimacy at the seashore. He did not know that the was going to a new home with her uncle in California. 8he would not let him explain the past. It was almost time for him to get off at bii ranch—for the train was making 73 Miles an hour! How he wished it would •low upl Hardly had the thought pasted through' his mind, when there was a jolt—a crunch ing, grinding sensation, a lurch—and then suddenly stopping. No...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

1 *S v* v,~ »_ !'!Pie Lord 'I "lift irowi darker erety day hm tha greek." "T° y»n Mm. ildiat, but not to ill the iitthw, y*er we trfc lock vUi efcaage.". "Preashers always talk that way. Ifa in your training, Mr. TOaaidui.yea getabeat t» aaa eveey aew Little Falls Iron Works, Foundry and Machine Shops. West Side, Little Falls Minn. etc. We pay special atteaaion ta' re^irinjfBoUers.En'gineC and other kinds of Machinery. We buy and sell second-hand Machinery. Our prices are always satisfactory. For par­ ticulars call on or address JQP DENIS, Little Falls, Minn. *.& v: y^ [Copyright, 1901. by Bom 0. KUhsm.) fmm." "^*d old tta^esp. te*., Jt they do ant join ha oar charch doings,T try te take Bttlc efth+ gesgat to thwfa." T*1.1 aatr-ta^Miafiad.ja," go temeetta*Ja the aid cleCfcas that Pv« i°*\ do Mr. Qaodaow. Bat ifs act the SMetiaga aad the Iaiwa.^Thetroobte'sright'kwe:at haiba. tkkiiiGkfiatmii tre, bet aiaa, when iMke Christmas sheer 8ka sfceek bar head wearily. En eyas waadsead to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

ANEW YEAR'S BASKET She was right. Their pineapples were twice the size of ours, and I admired her pretty, exultant face, as it pressed closely to see that I "played fair." She was so near that her breath blew her loose hair across my cheek. Suddenly, I snatched her dose and kissed her again and again. She struggled and freed herself. Indignant tears were in her eyes. "You are a very mean boy," she said, "and I'll never speak to you again." It was a mean trick, and my cheeks flush yet when I think of it but I was "only a boy," as Grandma Steele said, when she patched up the row "and boys have im­ pulses, as well as girls." After that error I felt it my duty to become more winning and agreeable. I tried with my boy's might to keep myself neat, and corrected a dozen small faults, of which mother despaired, in order to stand well with Mary. Strive as 1 would, there was a lost something that could not be» re­ stored, and Mary's distrust of me made my self-love ache. It was only on New Ye...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

Christmas, 1901. It did seem to the twins that an expect­ ed holiday was never before so slow in coming. It was very hard for them to pass the stands where the fruit was arranged so temptingly^ the candy, seen through the store windows, had never looked" quite so delicious be­ fore. It was hard, also, to pass the old blind man on the cor­ ner, and the old apple woman, and the crippled boy to whom they had been accustomed to giving some of their pen­ nies. "I declare, I feel just too stingy to live!" Clarice ex­ claimed, a few days before New Year. "I passed the dearest little beggar girl on the street to-day. She was crying because she was so cold and hungry, and I didn't give- her a single pen­ ny. I've felt mean about it ever since. Oh, I'm so glad it's so near New Year. Won't it be nice to spend*our own mon­ ey again, Ray? Seems to me I'd like a8 you ™ay blast outside. How the Twins Saved Moneu A NEW YEAR'S STORY By BIUX MORRIS pBB HE .twins rushed noisily into the house, caught ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

PAUL'S NEW YEAR'S GIFT HE FOUND THE BABY YEAB IN THE L1BHASY. Paul's little visit at grandpa's was at an end, and he had to come home. The butler oepned the door quietly, and looked down at him with a twinkling eye, writes Marion Dickinson, in Youth's Companion. "Happy New Year, Jenkins!" and the small man skipped into the hall. "Happy New Year, sir!" answered the big man. Paul tugged-away at his rubber boots, but was glad of Jenkins' help. "See the skates grandpa gave me!" he said, proudly displaying the shining treasure. "Where's mamma? I want to show 'em to her right away." "Your mother says you're to go into the library and wait until nurse comes then you can go up to see her." "But I want to go now!" Paul objected. Nevertheless, he went obediently into the library. Backing up to his father's easy chair, he was just about to make himself comfortable, when there came a small shriek from the hall and the rustle of garments, and some­ body seized him by the coat collar. "Gracious g...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

Christmas, 1901. Little Falls Herald Little Falls, Minn. Friday, December 13,1901. In our homes and out of our homes at this time the reign of Christmas is supreme. Within we make ready to welcome its coming, and without we strive to let its overflow touch hearts and places where joy and abundance are unknown. CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS It takes possession of us, this recurring revelationofwhatthegreat birthdaymeaua. *5^ Mother*, ailing the 8tock.ngs of the.r little known to them, are somewhere in distant quarters receiving some joy of their giving, sent by faithful hands. For this one day they have a sisterly realization of what it means to see a child suffer and be power­ less to relieve. The man of fashion and of the world, hap­ pening to catch a glimpse of a tattered shoe- of dirty newsboys fightfng for bits of ever- ones beside the nursery fires, remember bare, half-frozen feet uncovered in the wintry snows, and seeing the jolly, rosy faces over­ flowing with delight in the light of Ch...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

'P te r%" \m.i p, •!.'V V# 1 [fe I.-'*V«V il t'U I (&hxi&tmix&r 1901. FATHER TIME (LOQUITUR) MY SKKLE DROOPS LOU, MY SAND G14SS RtNS SLOW ISCAME LIFT rtY SILVERED HEAD. AS FAST (OWN THE NHL BELLS LOME TO riE SHRILL FORTHTELLING A YEAR IS DEAD BUT NEVER A REST OR A PAUSE HAVE I AND ON I MUST LIVE WH1LETHE HAPPY DIE. IWONDER ANft MEAN OF Tiff CRYSTAL STREAM THAT FLOWS WHERE THE ANliELS BE, THE DYINfc I bVJIOE TO ITS WHISP MN(i TIDE VIHm LEADS TO ETERNITY BUT NEVER A REST OR A PAUSE HAVE I, AND ONI MUST LIVE V/HtLf THE HAPPY DIE. $S§§K§ J* '-'Vf RJS W&M /yf & 42& 1 S^nteetik Um Qiwx, 1902, Sfc THE BE LL CHIMES RING OUT WITH CLAMOROUS SHOUT, THE RACE DOWN THE HILL BEWH AND MELODIES RIN6, IN MEASURES THAT BRIIK. A HEW YEAR TO EVERY ©HE RUT NEVER A REST OR A PAUSE HAVE I, FOR ON MUST LIVE WHILE THE OlD YEARS BUT IF THERE BE CARE, YET THE VJORLDlS FAtt AND WORK IS THE CURE OF PAIN AND TOlUHb Will BLESS "WITH IIS STERN CARESS THE TASK DON^ WITH STRESS AND STRAIN SO O...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

Cfrrtstttras, 190 LD CURMUDGEON sat in his lonely villa and cursed Christ­ mas. He cursed the compli­ ments of the season he cursed the waifs he cursed Christmas boxes (these with extreme unction) he cursed the Yule- log he cursed turkey and goose, plum pud­ ding and mince pie, snap-dragon and Santa Claus—in short, he cursed Christmas and all its joys! "Rap, rap, rap, rap, rap!" SU^What on "Unearthly A whole-souled knock at the street door. Curmudgeon cursed the knocker, and, in­ tercepting the maid in the hall, growled out instructions that he was out. "Out be hanged!" cried a voice through the letter box. Bowled out, you mean. 1 see you, Curmudgeon, by the hat rack. Open the door, my son, or 111 play a tin whistle on the doorstep." ,, ... Curmudgeon opened the door and confronted his neighbor like a thunderstorm that had made a mistake in the season. "Now, sir, what the dev—" ,u "Devil be hanged!" quoth Felix, bursting into the hall like a forlorn hope through a breach. "This is C...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 December 1901

WUxist tans, 1901. MR. TEASER'S DILEMMA Bu WILLIAM WALLACE COOK Mr. Teaser was a burglar. One Christmas eve he went a-burgling and, in the drawing-room of the entered house, the rays from his bull's-eye lantern fell across sundry presents laid out in a neat array on a table. There was a box of cigars. Mr. Teaser was on the point of setting the lantern down and putting the cigars into a capacious bag which he was carrying when he discovered a card with these words writ­ ten in a feminine hand: "For Charlie, from his loving wife." He dropped the box as though it were something hot. "Two-fers," he muttered "friend-killers for Charlie." Placing the bull's-eye on a neighboring chair, its beams directed upon the scene of operations, he dropped into his bag a gold watch, in a plush case, marked.: "Ella, from Some time ago old Santa Claus Was sound asleep one night Within his distant northern home Was not a single Ught, When through the tangled wood dose by A throng of children stole. Inten...

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