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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 February 1902

li­ fe tf PIERZ. Feb. 19—The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Math Paueha died Thursday aud was buried here Saturday. The supervisors ot Piers Till meet at Joe Prigluieier'a place on Monday, March 10th. at 10 a. m., to lay out a road between sections 19 and 30. Mr. and Mr*. Jacrib Nohner left for Mina«apolis Tuesday. Mr. Nohner in­ tends to buj a carloai of farm machin­ ery, and Mrs. Nohner wili buy her spring stock pf millinery goode. Leo Butsch of St. Paul visited his dicrhter, Mrs. F. X. Virnig, the past week. The masquerade dance given by the JPiere Union Band in Blake's hall was %»U attended and was a success. About fourteen couple wore masks. LorenzBilligolEden Vailey was here Monday and visited his sister, Mrs. J. Nohner. Dr. KerkhofTs horses ran away about A week ago. and ran against the/ railing in front of Faust's saloon with such tpeed, that one of tbe horses koovn as Ole, broke his leg. and the animal bed. to be killed. The bob-sleds was also badly smashed. Hubert Bares is h...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 March 1902

VCL 14. NO 2 Bargains in the Dress Goods Store Very few of last week's Exit Winter Shirt Waists Out of 150 shirt waists here five days ago, not over a couple of score are left. All of them got new owners and happy owners at that, and why shouldn't they, for they bo ight them at less than half price, so here is your chance to get these few that are left. The $2.25 waists at $1.00 The $2.00 waists at 75c The $1.75 waists at 60c The $1.50 vaists at 50c Extraordinary Bargains in Silverware The two best brands of silverware in Am er ica are Roger's 1847 and Hamilton's silver­ ware. These are what we handle. The big hearted guarantee of this house as we'l as that of the manufacturer, roes with every knite, fork and spoon or any other piece of silver­ ware that leaves this Louse. The 1.50 sets of knivos and forks at $1.00 The 1.95 sets of knives jind forks at $1.40 The 2.50 sets of knives and forks at $1.75 The 4.50 sets of knives and forks at $3.00 The same reduction on tea and table spoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 March 1902

[CONTINUED.] Prosper's portrait of M. de Lagors had not been exaggerated. So hand­ some a face and manly a figure could belong only to a noble character. Al­ though Raoul said that he was twenty four he appeared to be not more than twenty. He had a superb figure, well knit and supple a beautiful white brow, shaded by soft chestnut curly hair, and soft blue eyes which beamed With frankness. His first impulse was to throw him­ self into Prosper's arms. "My poor, dear friend!" he said, taking Prosper's hands. "My poor Prosper!" But beneath these affectionate dem­ onstrations there was a certain con­ straint, which, if it escaped the cash­ ier, was noticed by M. Verduret. "Tour letter, my dear Prosper," said Raoul after being seated, "made me 111, 1 was so frightened by it I asked myself if you could have lost your mind. Then I left everything to come to you." Prosper did not seem to hear him. He was preoccupied about the letter he had not written. What were its contents? Who was this m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 March 1902

ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED. 1 Manuf»'icTURE0 CP WITHOUT ADULTERATION Not hii|herin price than others. Lower than some. WHY NOT GET THE BEST? *iuiiiinimii!iiiiiHi*iiii!imiiiiiiiiiiiiiii«iiHiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimi«»aniieiiiia J. W. BERG •M Hsauy ana ShsIF Hardware EE Sash, Blinds, Doors. Building Paper, Lime, S ss Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVER EE CHILLED PLOWS..., S Mehanic's and Farming Tools S *uiiiumiiituiiuuiuiiuiuuiuiiiuiDDiinmnninnnniniiiimiiininiiaDiiii4» 3 S a SH I have for sale all the city lots and acre property belonging to Major A. C. Mor gF rill in and around Little Palls. Call and see me for bargains SAWVC 3 a\\.s, "NCuvtv. S* *5. c) ^33 2 CARLOAD OF HORSES! Just Arrived. SiO\§ 3 3 3 Mixed stock, including draft and driving horses, good horses for general farm use. [On sale NEAR HIGH SCHOOL jVLS-J^GOBSON For a short time we will make it an object to those wishing to build. or inquire at California Wine House. S a All of our property is close to all the principal industries....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 March 1902

LITTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. IfiALD PRINTING COMPAN OH AS. is. VA8ALY. EDITOR. P. J. VASALY. ASST. TUB HERALD is published Evei? Friday HOrnbiK at 122 Broadway, Vaeaiy Block. Entered ae second-class mall matter. tJabrtbero ordering address of their pa pert ehuga mast always gi ettaeir tormtsr ai «eilaa caelr present address. Ail papers are. continued unless an explicit Older is received lor discontinuance and un nati arrearages are paid. iHe date to which a subscription Is paid is feinted after the address. Subscribers wishing magailnes or other periodicals can have same in connection with HI HBBALD atireduced rates. •1.50 PER YEAR. MARCH 1902 Su. Mo, Tu. 9 1902} We. Th. Fr. 3 4 Sa. 11 6 10 17 11 18 25 8? 12 19 26 16 23 30 13 20 27 24 31 14 21 28 151 22 FRIDAY, MCH. 7. Admiral Cervera, after con­ sidering the Schley-Sampson matter, must wonder why he wasn't called as a witness. The man that's licked gener­ ally knows who did it. The Eden Valley Journal has changed from fol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 March 1902

No Mask E eggs or glue is sea in roasting LION COFFEE It is all coffee—pure coffees— strong and of delicious flavor.^ Some coffees are varnished withi a cheap coating of eggs, glue or' other equally noxious substances. The sealed package insures uniform Quality ana freshness. BIDS AWARDED. Repairs of Bridge and Piers of New Bridge. At the council meeting Friday evening A. D. Harrison secured the contract to refloor the north wagon bridge, at $210. Other bidders were E. G. Hill. 325 Chas. Stewart. $400 Henry Mehle, $245 J. W, Green, $300 Frank Kopacz, 194. Mr, Ko pacz withdrew his bid, said couldn't give a bond. Mr. Harrison's bond was fixed at $500. Monday night the council awarded the contract for the pier work#)! the new wagon bridge to Jerome Me cusker and A. D. Harrison, at $15, 939,12. The other bids were. But­ ler Ryan Co., St. Paul, $22,000 W, 8. Hewitt, Minneapolis, 16,335.12. No check accompanied the Butler Ryan bid. Mecu9ker & Harrison will give a bond in the amount of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 March 1902

fvfc lev Professional Cards ®ERGHEIMof&at ti. CAMERON, Attorney and CuuuHellora Law. Notaries Public. Examination land titles, probating of es 'ttktes, collections, real estate, loans. All bus *ess attended to strictly aad energetically, formpondence Solicited. Offices, l-3Buck 4iau*Block. Little Fails, Minn. kit. F. H. MERO. Deotist. Specialtiesmade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight 14" of Irregular Teetn. Gas or oduntunder udiilra extraction of teetb. Over tbo "Stoer. M. A. I'uATIER. M. D.. O. M.. Graduate VT« of ^Victoria University. Montreal, Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital, {MBccrbours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. cm. Office over Wetzol's drug store residence corner of Third street ana Second ave, N. £. LM. ^"ftACE. M. 1 kOBEftfil, physician ftfiflsflrgeon. Office in Rhodes block. Office hoUM, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Resi dance Buck man Sotel. Phone connections. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur t# geon, Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 Resi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 March 1902

Opportunity Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers- Lowa«t Price*. Satisfaction Guarantee Morrison Co. Roller Hills. G-IBSOIT ...pentist... In practice 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. American use JOHN REEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer iu and everything usually kept in a first-class Harness shop. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Broadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, OKGANS, AND SEWING MACHINES. FOLOM'S Mi'SIC STORE Advertise in TheBEKALD lL. D. Freeh Drugc. THROUGH SLEEPING JER.VICE KANSAS CITY JACKSONVILLE YouGaq rsa 3\~[ psopl® with Wh0 Hgrald. Larger Circulation in Mor­ rison county than any pa­ per published. THE CHICAGO POST 15XS*. 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. Every 6RA1N Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER. THE BEST IS -OWE TOO COOP FOB YOU* Subscri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 7 March 1902

-V *V .--- IS' S' ^s'": PIKE CREEK March 4—Miasms Polly and Barbara Kuffel were in Little Falls Tuesday. Joe Manfea and wife of Swan River, visited at John Rfh'p Sunday. Tbe load* srwn to be getting worse, not better. Old meu who carry canes are weak in the lege. Yoiyig men whp carry canes are weak in the head. Little Joe Berendt is sick with the mumps. Anton Weber and family spent Mon­ day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Knopick. Y. Lipinnki, wife and daughter were iuLedoux last week. Mrs. J. Nelson who has been sick for sometime, is getting better. There is many a Christian who won't even get across the Mississippi river, say uothing about the Jordan. Next Tuesday is town election and every one who has aright to vote should come and vote. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Gust Ander son. Feb. 23d, a son. All well. BMGKYARD March 4—S. H. Mvncy came home last week. Tom Hayes went to Royalton Satur­ day. Miss May me Bartholomew visited her sister Delia last week. Herb Muncy went to Royalton Sun­ day. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 March 1902

!rt New Dress Goods At a Little Over Half Price Some newarrivals in facy Dress Goods are now on sale. The styles are catchy tempting, The color ing-s are exquisite—as new and as fresh as or in a a a glimpse of these fair flowers of the looms. The easy prices our inside buying enables us to ask will permit you to see vour vrziy clear to ownership: See these beautiful I pieces of spring novelties. S-&C, 3&G, SO&9 This is a wide range, so you to get what you want. The Gage Downs Corsets and Waists There are so many graceful models of these fine corsets you cannot help being perfectly fitted—if you'll only take a lit­ tle time. We have attentive experts to give you help and advice. The prices of the G. D. Corsets range from 50c to $1,25 and $1.50. A very popular model for slender figures is the straight front corset. Made without side steels, short hips, medium bust, lace trimmed, $1.00. */f'j 1 1 THE TOMELTY STORK NEWS We Are Occasionally Gently Criticisedmmmmmmmmm For our ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 March 1902

3s & -7$* r-v is.. II THE TOMELTY STORK New Dress Goods At a Little Over Half Price Some newarrivals in facy Dress Goods are now on sale. The styles are catchy tempting-, The color ings are exquisite—as new and as fresh as or in a a a glimpse of these fair flowers of the looms. The easy prices our inside buying enables us to ask will permit you to see your way clear to ownership. See these beautiful pieces of spring novelties. 2Se, 33c, SOo, This is a wide range, so you are to get what you want. The Gage Downs Corsets and Waists There are so many graceful models of these fine corsets you cannot help being perfectly fitted—if you'll only take a lit­ tle time. We have attentive experts to give you help and advice. The prices of the G. D. Corsets range from 50c to $1.25 and $1.50. A very popular model for slender figures is the straight front corset. Made without side steels, short hips, medium bust, lace trimmed, $1.00. At 75c a straight front, long over hips, low bust, Another fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 March 1902

CASE CONTINUED. CHAPTER IX. HmHOT far from the Palais Royal 1| is the sign of The Good ••BEg Faith, a small establish- ChI ment, half cafe and half shop, frequented by the people of the neighborhood. It was in one of the rooms of this modest cafe that Pros­ per the day after his release awaited M. Verduret, who had promised to meet him at 4 o'clock. The clock struck 4. M. Verduret, who was punctuality Itself, appeared. He was more red faced and self satisfied, if possible, than the day before. As soon as the servant had left the room to obey his orders he said to Prosper: "Weil, are our commissions ezecut ed "Yes, monsieur." "Have you seen the costumer?" "I gave him your letter, and every­ thing you ordered will be sent to the Archangel tomorrow." "Very good. You have not lost time. Neither have I. I have good news for you." The Good Faith is almost deserted at 4 o'clock. M. Verduret and Prosper could talk at their case without fear of being overheard by gossiping neigh­ bors. M. Ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 March 1902

7V» S ft -T yp'v I Tailor Made I Suits mn We have just, received an­ il oehor lot of Tailor Made Suits i|i3 from one of the foremost man i|jp! ufacturers in the country. vM They are most attractive in ©1 style, finish and the quality of Hi tbie material used, and will jjfifijjj commend themselves to you by pi the low prices at which they are held. The prices are from yM $9.00 to $17.50. It will be to your interest to look them over {Mj before purchasing. Shoes! Shoes! As the Shoe bill is generally the largest in the family ex­ penses, it is natural that care­ ful people should try to get as mueh as they can for their money. Why not try us this spring for your Shoes and SAtt\e'SaVVs.Ktvwv. RICHARD BROS II Every day at present brings some new attractions to our store. Goods are coming in rierht along, and we can say with il out boasting that we have the most complete stock in the city. If We invite you to come in and see what we have, whether you II are ready to buy or not. We will be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 March 1902

LITHE FALLS HERALD E8TABLI8HEO. 1889. 1BALD PRINTING COMPANY OHA8. E. VA8ALY. EDITOR. P. J. VASALY. ASST. T9B HERALD is published Evei- Trlday Hffming at 122 Broadway, Vasaly Block. Entered as second-class mall matter, Bvbatribers ordering address of their pa­ per* AU|31 must always gn tfteir iornter «euait t-ieir present addresb. Ail puperB are, continued unless an explicit Older Is received for discontinuance and uh Ball arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other Kodlcals 23 SO can have same in connection with I HBBALD at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. 1902 MARCH 24 31 1902! Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. FT. Sa. lj 2 3 4 5 6 7 81 9 10 11 12 13 14 15| 16 17 18 19 20 21 221 25 26 27 28 29 FRIDAY, MCH. 14. AT LITTLE FALLS The first Human Beings in Minne­ sota A disputed question has long been unsettled concerning the first ap­ pearance of man in the upper Miss­ issippi valley. Mr. J. V. Brower and Prof. H. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 March 1902

Lion Coffee is 16 ounces of pure coffee to the pound. Coated Coffees are only about 14 ounces of coffee and two ounces of eggs, glue, etc., of no value to you, money in the pccke of the roaster. Geo. Goalet was down from Tower tlty. N. D.. Sunday. Mr. and Mn». Judson Briggs are back from Fitzgerald, Ga. Mrs. J. P.. Connell and little daughter have gone to Lakw Elmo for a visit. Mr, and Mrs. John Ball have returned from New York Alton Bates is back from the pineries. Mrs. G. W. Trembly returned to Mc Henry, N. 1)., after a visit with relativts here. Miss Nellie Baxter of Chaskais visiting Miss Laura Pool. Mrs. P. F. Hopch has returned from Chicago. Miss Ida Mct'auley has returned from Chicago. A. R. Davidson and H. H. Tanner have returned home. Geo. Kay and family of Swan River have moved to town, and are occupying their residence on Third street northeast. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sjoquist, of the West side, died of pneumonia March 6th, The funeral was held Saturday. Clau...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 March 1902

Professional Cards BEIIOHETMof&.at LM. CAMKRON, Attorneys and Counsellors Law. Notaries Public Examination land titles, probating of es­ tates, collections, real estate, loans. All bus lneae attended to strictly and energetically Correspondence solicited. Offices, 1 3 Buck n&aii'Block, Little Falls, Minn. DR.of F. H* MERO, Dentist. Specialtiesinade of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight fnlnf. Irregular Teeth. Gas or odnntundei for painless extraction of teeth. Over tlu fair Stoer. 1 M. A. oKTlEU, M. D.. C.M..Graduate VJ. of Victoria University. Montreal Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Offlce^hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. in. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence eorner of Third street and Second ave. N. E. ROBERTS, phvsician and surgeon Office in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 ind 6 to S p. m. Resi­ dence Buckman dotel. Phone connections. J•G. .. MILLSPAUGH, pbysk-fcm and snr geon, Flyn bioek. Office hours: 1 to 4 a, and 7 to 8 p. in. Resi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 March 1902

1 .am \r The Leading Grocers wv-tt Pi ees. Satisfaction Guarantee prop» Morrison Co. Roller Hills. TDa?. G-I3S01sr ...| artist... In practice 25 year*. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. American II use JOHN REEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer Harness and Saddlery aod everything usually kept in a fir*t-class Harness shop. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Broadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, OKGANS, AND SEWING MACHINES. FOLOM'S MUSIC STORE Advertise in TkHEliALD I 1L* D. BROWN THROUGH 5LEBP1NG CAR JER.VICE KANSAS CITY TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA You.oan rsaoti p@o]?l0 with Wh® H®ral4. Larger Circulation inMor rison county tliaii any p: per published. THE CHICAGO POST ™EGRE" 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. Opportunity Gravel Mercantile Co., THE BEST IS NONE TOO 0000 FOR TOU. Subscribe through your commission firm, n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 March 1902

I •r fAWNDALE. March 10.—A Melby, the prosperous farmer of Swaoyille, was at thr county •eat «n businetie. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kuka, March 8, a daughter, weight 10 pounds. Postmaster Larson wears a smile tor a boy who arrived February 24, to stay. N". P. O'Donnel attended court at the Falls last week. Johu Rudeck, of Elmdale, passed through here Monday emroute for Stran •illw. Fred Sheedy yi»ited at J. R. 0 Don sell's Sunday. Dr. Newell, of Elmdale, was in Fawn* dale last week. R. B. Stewart has completed the bridge across Swan river in Swanville town. Farmers will soon commence seeding if the fine weather keeps up. Simon Friday was iu Little Falls Mon­ day. Ed Nelson, who was working for J. Larson, returned to Eluidnle, leaving some broken hearts Mis? Ida Sutiiff is working for Mrs. Ben Taylor. £. Peter Glisten was visiting his sister. Mrs. N. P. O'Donnell, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Czeck had their pictures taken at Elmdale Sunday. H. Zimmers took a load of potatoes to L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 March 1902

A Pretty Dress Goods at the Dress Goods Store Tanner Home Burned. The rfsitience of A. Tanner, on Third ntreet southeast, wasp rtially destroyed bv fire, and damaged by water Sunday evening. The fire «»s.s caused by The family are staying with A, B. Davidson. The 'basket sociable at the resi­ dence of T. O. Berg Thursday even­ ing 1 ast week, for the benefit of toe Norwegian Lutheran church, was an unusually pleasant and successful affair. Is the Agram town, election Henry Wuellner was elected clerk by 2 majority, Peter Neiaius assessor by 25 majority, J. N. Ranch constable by 8 majority. Although this house noted for pretty things in Dress Goods, we think our line this spring beats anything in the history of this house. Pretty Albatross, very fashionable this spring. It is here in all the pretty colors of this season—50c instead of 65c. Pretty plain and fancy Madras Ginghams for 10c, and this is the fullest value you ever bought for 10c. Batistes, in linen effect, worlh25c, at 17c....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 March 1902

g£S. CASE [CONTIKTTED.] Master Joseph continued his report. "Yesterday after dinner my mastei decked himself out like a bridegroom. I shaved him, curled his hair and per­ fumed him with especial care, after which I drove him to Provence street to call on Mme. Fiiuvel." "What!" exclaimed Prosper, "After the insulting language he used the day of the robbery did he dare go to the house?" "Yes,, monsieur he not only dared this, but he also stayed there until midnight, to my great discomfort, for I got as wet as a rat waiting for him." "How did he look when he came out?" asked M. Verduret. "Less pleased than when he went in. After grooming my horses and putting away my carriage I went to see if he wanted anything. I found the door locked, and he swore at me through the keyhole." "Is that all?" questioned M. Verdu­ ret "All for yesterday, but this morning my master rose late, still in a horribly bad humor. At noon Raoul arrived, also furious. They at once began to dispute, and such a row!...

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