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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 April 1902

§t£ $&••• fm:... riERZ, April 16—Frank Faust and John Pbilippi left Monday for a trip through "western Canada where Ihey intend to invest in land. A. Weikel of Alonzoville completed his contract, painting the school house in DiBt. No. 98. for which he received f45. Hubert Bares is building anew barn. Mr. Lueckemeir of Melrose was iu town Monday and Tuesday selling grave atones. Mrs. Miiler, a wk'ow who resided in our village the past two year#, was taken to Little Falls Friday. X. Buessler rented his house and will move in the firtttdayp. Marshal L"op, of Granite City,. is down with diphtheria. Dr. Kerkhoff quar­ antined the place Sunday. Nick Sebr and Miss Lizzie Brausen were married in Buckman Tuesday. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents. John Neisius of Agram .and Miss Susie Van Herke, of Buh, were ^married in St. Cloud Wednesday morn­ ing. A large wedding was celebrated in Sauk Rapids at the home of Peter Dam bler, the btide's uncle, whose daughter was ...

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. — 25 April 1902

I %t Read on. Pretty Hats in the Millinery Store As the face first /V draws the homage that beauty wins for her physical comeli­ ness, so the hat is preeminent among beauty's ulterior ad­ juncts supplement­ ing or relieving fa­ cial lines playing the toil to the coun­ tenance: giving the head artistic piquan­ cy and symmetrical grace—the watch­ ing climax that crowns the harmonious whole of beauty's fair investitures. Very beautiful and very stylish hats trimmed in the most up-to-date fashion $4.65 instead of $5.00. Beautiful trimmed hats ready to wear $1.00, $1.75. $2.00, $2.25, $2.50. Very nice walking hats 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1.00. Then we have flowers and chiffons for ladies who want to trim their own hats. Don't think you have seen the best stock of hats until you see ours. Pretty Dress Stuffs at the Dress Goods Counter Getting warm-weather dresses made up before the warm weather comes is a sensible idea. 1 he spring wash goods are pretty and dainty enough. The de­ signs, the p...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 April 1902

W' iii-, .1 of 9C-U iw Ml •r.rc T»~i '. O icj ,'i!I i: '*J •r.Ti fiH the- •-. .1 ii ':. iil'JL- M, CASE ICOBTmum] r^J| As soon" as the stranger had gone Baoul recovered from his excitement and began to wonder what could have leen the motive for the insult Pick­ ing up the man's card, he read: "W. H. B. Jacobson, formerly Gari baldian volunteer, ex-officer of the Ar­ my of the South (Italy. America), 30 Leonie street." "Ob," he thought, "here is a big mili­ tary man who can whip everybody!" Raoul bad seen enough of the world to understand these heroes who cover their visiting cards with titles. But, since the insult had been offered In the presence of others, early the next morning Raoul sent two of his friends to make arrangements for a duel. He gave tbem M. Jacobson's address and told them to report at the Hotel du Louvre, where he proposed to sleep. At half past 8 in the morning his sec­ onds arrived. M. Jacobson bad select­ ed the sword and would fight that very hour in the woods...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 April 1902

S* •. ,'f it ifj Ub OUH '•\iV •sL iff *JP, tSAo "ihtO Mi -irrr jrr.fi •ti '. it K7" JpC 'i iftr It fi 'I. •WI'-WjM:' "'JOO-S so 3 (r. •JO (1 1,1 rr 11 ,if: fs 1l *s f* .u fr been the motive for the Insult Pick log up the man's card, he read: "W. H. B. Jacobson, formerly Garl baldlan volunteer^ ex-offlcer of the Ar­ my of the South (Italy, America), 30 1-i -v. •^-a XooirmmxD.1 soon'as the strange# had gone Raoul recovered from his excitement and began to wonder what could have Leonle street" "Oh," he thought, "here is a big mill tary man who can whip everybody!" Raoul bad seen enough of the world to understand these heroes who cover their visiting cards with titles. But, since the insult had been offered In the presence of others, early the next morning Raoul sent two of bis friends to make arrangements for a duel. He gave them M. Jacobson's address and told them to report at the Hotel du Louvre, wbere he proposed to ..sleep. At half past 8 in the morning his sec­ onds arrived. M. Ja...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 April 1902

I THE BEST LAWN SWING MADE Iron Beds. Jl Story In Brief We've too many Iron Beds—some of which are hurt from crowd­ ing and handling—they can hardly be called damaged— just a slight scratch or mar. But they can't.walk in line with the perfect and if you're in want of an iron bed, you'll be glad of it—for, oh how it fetches the price toward zero. There are about 60 odd beds, and we price them for prompt selling today, no matter how much they cost us. In connection with Iron Beds, we offer special induce­ ments in bedding—including some soiled sample mattresses. In no case is the price we name half v:hat the goods are worth. BEDS AND BEDDING Iron Beds, pwy size, $2, $2.25, $3 and up. SPRINGS First-class Woven Wire Springs, $1.25* Supported woven wire, iron bands, 3 rows $1.95 Supported woven wire, wire cables, 3 rows, $2-00 Any sizes, for iron or wooden beds. MATTRESSES All-excelsior mattresses, any size, $1.40 Wool top mattresses $1.75 Combination mattresses, wool top and bottom $2-5...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 April 1902

m- LITTLE FILLS HERALD took 1889. 1ST ABLI8H cUi COMPANY BALD PRINTING OH AS. H. VA8ALY. BDITOB. P. J. VASALY. Aaar. E HERALD is pnbltehed Ever- Trlday Morning at 122 Broadway, Taaaly Block. Entered Mcond-claas mail matter. 8n»ncrlbers ordering address ot their pa pen iv® ed must always gi their former well as their present addres*. All papers are. continued unless an explicit Order is received for discontinuance and un Hall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is fifaaUd after the address. Subscribers wishing magasines or other Kodlcals can have same In connection with I HXRALD at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. 1902 APRIL 19021 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 -J-*-*- FRIDAY, APRIL 25. Speaker Henderson knows how Napoleon felt at Waterloo. The reform administration New York hasn't done it yet. It giance. But the old man is still loaded. Brother Mitchell of Alexandria is still afflic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 April 1902

*he EGGS the coffee roaster uses to glaze his coffee with would you eat that kind of eggs? Then why drink them? Lion Coffee has no coating of storage eggs, glue, etc. It's coffee—pure, unadulterated, fresh, strong and of delightful flavor and aroma. Uniform quality and freshness are Insured by the sealed package. Teachers Elected. the meeting of the board of ed­ ucation Friday evening teachers were elected as follows: Hif?h school—Eva Barr, $90 per H^onth Nannie Ogievee, $35 A. C. Norris, $65 Sanford Sneil. 65 Jessie Ogievee, $55. Grades—Mary Meyers, Rose Vas aly, $55 Clarice Chapin, Sulie Bar­ ton, Lillian George, Laura Pool, Grace Mahan, Leona Jen', ins, Lizzie Ra'i, Vae Barr, $50 Alirn Cotton, EWinor Anderson, Marie Weber, $4-5. Mioses Jennie Brown, Flora Terry pnd Mrs. Minnie Sad ley did not ap­ ply, and Misses Margaret Duncan, E&yn Thielander und Gudreen Ben­ son withdrew tb^irs. Miss Thielan­ der expects to ttacta in Minneapolis. Mr. Norris has reaigued. In a let­ ter to t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 April 1902

Professional Cards J1 EBGHEIM & CAMERON, Attorney* ami Counsellor* at Law. Notaries Pub ic Examlnation of land titles. probating of «s tatea, collection!*, real estate, loans. All bu» 1MM attended to strictly and energetically Correspondence solicited. Offices, 1 -3 Buck man Mock. Little Falls, Minn. T\B. P.H. MERO. Dentist. Spedaltiesmade J-r of Crown and Bridge Work and Straight •hi' of Irregular Teetn. Qas or oduntunder lor painless extraction of teeth. Over th» fair Stow. GM. a. FORT1EB, M. D„ 0.M..Qradu^tb of Victoria University. Montreal. Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Ofltoe hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4, p. m. OSes over Wet#oT» drug store residence eorner of Tbird street snaSecond aye, N. E f\ M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon AJ« Office in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Resi- Buckman Hotel. Phone connections. Tfc- G. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur geon, Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 a, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Il...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 April 1902

Opportunity Gravel Mercantile Co, The Leading Grocers- iiowe.it SnrUiaction Guarantee props Morrisoa Co. Roller Mills. Dr.!GIBSON" ...pentist... In practice 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. For a short time we will make it an object to those wishing to build. American H-use JOHN REEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation Sway S a I All of our property is close to all the principal industries. Call and see us. THE GHICAGO POST Egg* Every FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post. Every LjVESTOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. Every PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. FRANK J. JOHN, 13r Manufacturer of and Dealer SEWING MACHINES. IT FOLOM'S MUSIC STORE Advertise~In TbeHEMLD Every 6BAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER. THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU. Subscribe through your commission firm, newsdealer or publisher of newspa­ per containing this advertisement. Sample copies sent free on request. Address ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 April 1902

50V S(Site LEDOUX. April 23—Alex Woohnik has secured a orty tboupHiid dollar contract tor build­ ing anew Catholic church at Keuosha, Wis., and will leave for tbat place the latter part of this week. W. M. Sheedy and Ernest Hanson left for the drive. Tliey will be employed by the Nichols Lumber Co. Seeding is about all done in this vicin­ ity and the farmers are making prepara­ tions for corn planting. Miss Reua V.echorek is on a ^isit. for a lew days at her brother's, AJ. J. Vfc chorek. Mr. Kisgin and Miss Annie Jany were •announced for the second time last Sun­ day. The marriage is to take place next Tuesday. Lately Ledoux has undergone a great change in cleaning yards and improving giounds. Jake Mrozt-k ueingbne of the leaders. He has changed the appear adce of our village by building a new fence around his lot. He also planted several hundred trees which will some day make a magnificent grpve. The storm flag appeared on lake's flag pole Monday morning. Paul Kunza, who has been a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 May 1902

Chambrey de soie 17c instead of 25c yard. India pongee, 27c instead of 40c yard. Beautiful Trimmed Hats in The Millinery Store« This collection includes the daintiest creations, chiffons, fancy braids, and all the most suitable things for street wear, a number of the choicest patterns and they don't cost much at this store. Pretty walking hats 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Pretty street hats 75c, $1.00, $1.25, 81.50. Trimmed hats to go to church with S1.00, SI.50, $1,75, S2.25 to S5.00. Every hat here is worth a fourth to a third more than we ask for them. Baby Carriages ami Go Carts At Little Prices. The Tomelty Store News. BowUohlng Ideas IN SPRING WASH GOODS. TTa.lf the charm of a summer gown is in the material. Every woman wants something ifferent, something that will command admiration, and reflect her own good taste. Plenty of stores have plenty of wash goods, but if you would get something that' quite out of the ordinary,that is prettier than prettiest,that is almost fascinst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 May 1902

I'l Ill I [CONTINUED.] M. Verduret turned to Baoul and. bowing with ironical respect, said: "Monsieur desires proofs, does he? Monsieur shall certainly have convinc­ ing ones. 7 bave just left a friend of mine, M. Palot, who brought me valu­ able information from London. Now, my young gentleman, I will tell you the little story he told me. "In 1847 Lord Murray, a wealthy and generous nobleman, had a jockey named Spencer, of whom he was very fond. At the Epsom races this jockey was thrown from his horse and killed. Lord Murray grieved over the loss of his favorite and, having no children of his own, declared his intention of adopting Spencer's son, who was then but four years old. "Thus James Spencer was brought up in affluence as heir to the immense wealth of the noble lord. He was a handsome, intelligent boy and gave sat­ isfaction to his protector until he was sixteen years of age. Then he became intimate with a worthless set of people and turned out badly. "Lord Murray, who was v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 May 1902

?. v» 5? I I SSEHv? ?0^ $ &TOJ 5i^-' PPSffiKj*:'- i: fi»'v\i S«.MS^§«!APE [CONTINUED.] M. Verduret turned to Raoul and. bowing with ironical respect, said: "Monsieur desires proofs, does he? Monsieur shall certainly have convinc­ ing ones. bave just left a friend of mine, M. Palot, who brought me valu­ able information from London. Now, my young gentleman, I will tell you the little story he told me. "In 1847 Lord Murray, a wealthy and generous nobleman, had a jockey named Spencer, of whom he was very fond. At the Epsom races this jockey was thrown from his horse and killed. Lord Murray grieved over the loss of bis favorite and, having no children of bis own, declared his intention of adopting Spencer's son, who was then but four years old. "Thus James Spencer was brought up in affluence as heir to the immense wealth of the noble lord. He was a handsome, intelligent boy and gave sat­ isfaction to his protector until he was sixteen years of age. Then he became intimate with a wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 May 1902

Q(W IMMENSE UNE~OF ALL KINDS mmammmmmmmmm %MF THE BEST O LAWN rJ SWINO & turn* A l, I As'J -ti1si t».-i ./™ ?r.r Tailored Spring Clothing JUST ARRIVED. tO*y!".f,' THEY ARE BEAUTIES. Come in and see thom. liillll ••ilHHIMIl Hi Will 1111—11 II I—T— f—ill 4# Pnseem that w!&$ take thsm away« "R&W New Model Trousers RAKES, HOES, GARDEN 1 TROWELS, Etc. Don't forget that we haudld the Minnesota 5 Tfr Xjlc' MONEY TO LOANv^. I We have an unlimited ami) unt of money lo !osn on improved fa ms and city property. FffiST NATIONAL BARK. Herald Advertising LiDseed PURE MIXED PAINTS BUILDING MATERIAL I BUILDING PAPER 2.1ALL W. H. I 5 Cheapest, because Best Oil Co's. KliVDS. AGENTS WANTED Lawn Swiags and Settees, Hammock Chairs, Camp Chairs and Stools, hosing Tebiss, Wash Benches, Etc* Lgents easily make 4 SS TO S10 PER DAY. Y/ill furnish samples at re­ duced prices to those desiring agency. Exclusive territory given. Address, Clearfield Wooden-Ware Co., CLEARFIELD, PI. Windsor Hotel, r^J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 May 1902

OUR IMMENSE Ti?E BEST LAVV'N UNE OF Tailored Spring Clothing JUST ARRIVED. THEY ARE BEAUTIES. Goma In and sea them. At Pn*$©e& Haat taka thsm awayt ELi "R&W New Model Trousers *"™or OARDEM TOOLS 1 I RAKES, HOES, GARDEN TROWELS, Etc. 3 Don't forget that we haudla the MiuneHuta LiDseed Oil Co's. PURE MIXED PAINTS I MONEY TO LOANw I We have an unlimited amount ot money lo lusii ot) improved fairas and vity property. 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Herald Advertising 7i& ii. BUILDING MATERIAL BUILDING PAPER I 11. m, umuE mm! 1902 A strong appeal to your buying judgment. You will find in these trousers a perfection of fit* a modernness of style, not com­ parable with other lines—be cause, so far beyond. THE WORLD'S BEST TROUSERS- better garments than we offer you are not found upon the market* Pleasingly wide selec­ tions in styles—patterns—cost* Quick choosing assures satisfac­ tion— we are showing the full line* AGENTS WANTED I .T/Q Sv/iags and Settees, Hammock C':s: rs. Camp Chairs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 May 1902

m~' fei ..JlP m- k* M!' iy w- 'ffixvl m. iW: LITTLE FALLS HERALD E8TABLI8HEU. 1889. 1EALD PRINTING COMPANY OHA8. E. VA8ALY. HDITOH. P. J. VASALY, A33f. E THB HERALD is published Evet~ Friday Morning at 122 Broadway, "VasaJy Block. Entered ae second-class mall matter. Bvbaorlbers ordering address of their pa f«ni i-il must always gi\ their toriuer well as their present address. AH A -$e. papers are, continued unless an explicit Order 1b received for discontinuance and um Oall arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription I9 paidjii painted after the address. -,t- ". Subscribers wishing magazines or other lodlcals can have same in connection with In HEBALD at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, MAY 2. Democracy seems in the mind of many entirely a mat­ ter of personal definition. This explains why protec­ tionists like Gorman, who strangled the Wilson bill, and several of the Louisiana con­ gressmen, who want sugar (a local industry) cared for, call themselves democrats. Hi...

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

$ F/WCf fiOASTED Cm **$. Weasel & Noble's new store in St. 'HUI has been opened for business. Anton Weber, cliH'irmnn of the Pike Jreek tov^n board, under direction of ?tate Fire Warden Andrews, had yarrant i.ssue! for the arres^ of John :agen. for car Witness in lti: a 'orest fire. J* In Javia A 'phone has b^ placed in the ffice of the kelty Laud Co.—call 6 3. Seventy Carolina poplar trees will »e placed th^' various school .*o jnds. E. S. Stanton has moved from the Dr. Robert* house to tlie TODD aouse 011 Second street north. J. T. Johnson his moved his :ced store from Kidder street to First a'vtfuue south, west of the Gravel grocery. Justice Sheldon gave plaintiffs in ihe case of Ellenbecker & Gouler vs. jraliam, judgment, for $16 75,plain iffs to pay costs. The man Gallehugh, who killed a brother of Al. Collins of this city, re eived a sentence of life imprison •ent in Minneapolis last week. Miss Eleanor Anderson entertained he teachers in the city schools at /little gir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 May 1902

Professional Cards KRGHEIM & CAMKRON. Attorneys «n Counsellors at Law. Notaries Pub ic Examination of land titles, probating of es tatea, collections, real estate, loans. All bus­ iness attended to strictly and energetically. Correspondence solicited. Offices, 13 Buck nan Block. Little Falls, Minn. P. H. MERO, Dentist. Specialtieemade oi^owii and Bridge Work and Straight snlnfc of Irregular Teeth tor painless extraction fair Stoer. Gof Gas or oduntundvr of teeth. Over the il. A. FOJRTIER, M. D„ O.M.. Graduate Victoria University. Montreal, Canada, Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. OlBce hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. in. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence ecrner of Third street aud Second ave. N. E LM. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon Office in Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 ind 6 to 8 p. iti. Resi dence Buclsjpfyn Sojel. Phone connections. G. MILLsPAUGH, pii.Tpiciaif and sur geon, Flyu block. Office ho'up$: to 4 a, and 7 to p. in. .Residence cp^ner Thi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 May 1902

Opportunity The Leading Grocers. fj"wedt For a short time we will make it an object to those wishing to build. Price-* rifaction Guarantee l!°v! Morrison Co. Roller Mills. IDrc.lGKEBSOlsr ...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 Harness ud Saddlerv and everything usually kept In a flrat-claas Haraem shop. REPAIRING A. SPECIALTY Broadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, ORGANS, AND SEWING MACHINES. J-T FOLOM'S S a All of our property is close to all the principal industries. Call and see us. milium mini jWaterPowerCa THE CHICAGO POST KftKi 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, MUSIC STORE AdvertiseTin TheHMLD Every 6RAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER. THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 May 1902

LITTLE FALLS TOWN April 29—Allie Pratt, the young BOD of Pat Pratt, while playing ball at the houne of Isaac Raymond, fell and broke his arm. He was taken to Dr. Fortier, who attended him. Seeding is getting along fairly well and the farmers are rejoicing over our recent rains. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Peterson and baby pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sten' berg. Misses Emma and Fredia Long visited with Dunn's Sunday. Mr. Brisbane and family moved to their new home in Little Falls town last week. Superintendent Seal visited the school in district 54 last Monday morning. HAY CREEK. April 30—The dance that was given by Charley Hershe was a splended one, and those that were present report a good time. Mary Stanek, Jesey Yorczak and Frances Kulasa went out working to Little Falls Monday. We hope we will have a good time at P. Lempka's and L. Gundeck's wedding, which will come off Tuesday May 5th. Some of the cattle in Hay creek are dyiBg, Charley Qosiak lost a cow and J. Vziabas lost one. Henry ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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