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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 June 1902

K- lifrl 1a i^l A Fj, r,.* $.r 7$ 1' mm a Lit,ja Fa'} fl^.rn»thl^w sister lug* «tihvQJtdf nder.lune 8X§: *st ofhisserrn- Tnorsd% wn^,.Jtu%r *"s" ftltr.-ipH daughter. Sfmofr* Aim. Geo. Cajfooun o! tanfdmA (falhoun tart $*«« ndmS$Calhou\baS been thepa]stweeh,tattwe hope Sgamsoo*.„ l)h*® T*r efcjrf .#nd'Mrs. N Simobes Ih-t nndft^iMid Friday, Mr. Kimet tiring ab ittlt&B *$pntry lool pleased »»li and ways surprised if he eft ui %aek here to mid-. 'for to all aPRSftraaoeA #her«* Will ,,w -doilbli ffmaiiflwon. Thowtwofoin Will «bt do much manu.i oii- th^ road bctwwi Sere mci. 'Qufebinjr, if :thicoutniu»»^, but will huv- larger bllfrbpsy for »hoeft Mr.~aiid Mrs. Scliindier and fennh -called ttn Mr. and Mrs. John Kempeuiili last Sunday. John Boril was a Little .Falls visitor Ifcst Saturday. SliUIVAN I AVE. •joirf'i5i-k1S.!:if«^'C. E. L-ok ni» planting corn today* their first plaritimr 4iliiitg b?en drowned out by the recent vtina. Mrs.FordandJdanghter are visiting H111. C. E. Look of Pla...

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. — 27 June 1902

iVif: Are ^Aii «is ,f This i^§s In OurDress Goods Store. Thers is a nice lot of pretty light fluffy summer cotton dress stuffs, just in this morning. It is bought at about half value and we will sell it at about thesame. These prices as evidence. 1,000 yards of light fluffy cotton dress stuffs worth 15 and 18c at 10c a yard 800 yards of new, summer light stuffs worth 25c at 17c a yard. U00 yards-of pretty summer dress stuffs worth .7 ti 10c a yard at 5c The Gage Down Just Right Summer Corsets and Girdles These pretty warm weather corsets and girdles are mak­ ing friends for this store and for and wear well and better still they are right­ ly priced. A pretty summer corset at 35 A still better corset at 45 A very fine summer corset at 50c A very nice girdle, all,t»iz&, 30c Our Crockery Store in the Basement 6 pretty decorated dinner plates 75c. 6 pretty decorated sause dishes 45c. A very fine dinner set of finely decorated dishes, a 100 piece set for $10.95.% This set is cheap at...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 June 1902

$*Nrv,. ,•• 9*-*'# *, *5 ,S IL »W'* 5 iu .» 5'y .-: Wp '. Vw 3 1T J». •v€^r:if/!&«71 ^.JnA^BY QUV%OOTrtBYS [Continued from 'n*t wwk SYNOPSIS PARTI.—Three fnd Codd, meet at Singapore. -t* A&ve learned of existence of hidden treas lire at Sengkor-Wat—old Burmese min near Chinese border. Hayje only half be­ lieves account, but nevertheless agrees to Join la search. PART IT.—Reaching Sengkor-Wat, the men make their way through the ancient streets and toward the once splendid pal­ ace. Toward dusk after almost tedious search they come upon secret entrance to underground vaults, in which are discov­ ered great quantities of bar gold and uncut rubles and sapphires. Hayle nils both hands with gems and the men make their way outside again. On reaching camp they find their two Burmese servants, slam and horribly mutilated, Chinese fashions Dur­ ing the night Hayle secures treasure and •teals away into the jungle. PART III.—Utterly exhausted and un­ conscious, Hayle is found by EngHsh ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 June 1902

•V wammmmmmmmmjmmmm w$nm pfpigjg ly for Cajh Only Uit Uu' tiii Separate Pants Perhaps it is a pair of pants you want. You will certainly want more than one pair when you see our prices. Such values as V' we are showing at $1,SO, 2:00, 2:30 yoa cannot afford to overlook. Boy's Knee Pants in all wool cassi-Qrp meres, value 75c,1.00.1.50* at38c,48c &0(jk Men's Hats Here you will find the celebrated Gor­ do® hat. worn the country ov®r by the bestdressers. To wear a Gordon hat means the best money can buy. We have the new spring and all marked at special prices 'y '$ tl eOROONNo.2 9Bfc* 09' Collars and Cuffs MEADOW VIEW. ITune 22—Miss Fay Doten Vwited fr ends and relatives here Saturday and Synday. Nds Skoog !oet a valuable horse last Monda Cause of debth was tb^ barst inir of a blood vessel. Mrsi C. G. Swanson, who lor sale. STRAW HATS for men, boys and child­ ren ranging- in price from 18c to..........t This ll be your opportunity to put in a year's supply of collars and cuffs at p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 June 1902

ft".& fr -ft- 5^° LITTLE FlLLSHJSRAIiD —TA«Ui|«P. int. HERALD PRINTING COMPANT t. j|fe| "®H $Il I I 4 A OHM. I. VAtALY. MTM^^ P. J. VASALY. ASST. *DITO*/' "TB HERiLDIi vnblliM fHdiJ, Horain ''at Herald Bullying, Kidder Itreet, bttnd as second-class natt matter. Mhserlbers ordering tdlmi oi tMr p» pn NMBtd nait always gtvetbelrfonner ae/wttl aa their present addna*. Alt men are eontlniied aalaaa as explicit Stad rls received for dlacontlnnance anaua I arrearages are paid. it date te which a subscription la paid ia after the addreas. •abacrlbere wishing magaslnss or otter asilodtcals can have same In connection with ID Ha*AX» atrednced rates, V1.- .V [15 [15 Sli SSSf 1 ,, •1.60 PBPt Y«Aft. 1902 JUKE 1902 Sn. Mo. To. We. 1 8 1 8 1 8 'fih. TT. '2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 il 12 13 14 [15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 FRIDAY, JtJNE 27. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET Governor—L. A. Rosing, of Cannon Falls. Lieutenant Governor—Robert A. Smith, of St. Paul. Secretary of. Sttitc^Spurgeon Odel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 June 1902

Supplement to Ptmcrttk tialswaa appointed, coimist^p! Smith (of. Randall. ,\j.$ 3 •M' i*z platform of the Democratic part* We denounce the Republican na­ tional administration for deserting the principles of the fathers ofthe Be public and carrying on a war of con quest and subjugation in the Philip­ pines and:: we believe that a self^ governing republic lit the east, nude# tbe fostering care of the American people, would be a nobler spectacle "than a colony governed by carpel baggers and subjected We Instruct the delegation to be selectedjby thlscoyeiitlonto vote] first, last {jind ail the time, for John Lind for governor.. With John Llndl no spectapu^ir. i- assurances^ a 'e necessary, jjl Thie^people Kno^he will guard *theifl rights, We further Instruct alt delegates] to the state5 convention to suj^ no man forjj office who:- u| not^ taj 1900 support the Democratic na^ tional ticket. .«- Belildt The democratIc contfty oonveation| A committee to seleet delegates was appointed as fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 June 1902

•r *,*? 1 I ,i- Mf, '.t™ 1 "A1 ?».«• f. '"-f rn| Habere to buy gUar&ntefed, trustworthy "rti ,r rWr.--*$r» fefi. M-. w¥ m*?i« Mi' ii «t •p& *h it stops all hesitation and guess' work. We be­ lie And ha ve am pie reasons to be strong in our belief that we have the BEST furniture made, so do you if you are one of theiiost that buy here not, favor us and yourself by comparing the style, quality and prices with those found* elsewhere: We ask it of ydii arid certainly would not if we feared the result. There is economy, richness and luxury in the patterns we are ready to submit to you. 0 y- in alt colors. We Wish to inake a clean sweep in this depaitment and will'give a discount of 50 per cent on all1 remnants of frames, mouldings and •. ..... ...... matis for Otafe week. No# is the tim^ for you to secure some fin^ frames at half price. Call and see us. ~~i, tr- ~y J'$iM I rison county than any paper published-. 1 ooo«»nmvi«»nmiVT^rimtinmirt^f tioiis filed with us before We will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 June 1902

inngii ."( L** 4 -y About 90 elegant suits .$]2 3 im ||r|i Mmm **£i £*1^493* "J* v:" ••.••** a •^A -4 33 "X I'-xl iMHi V)^1 vl^$13 price no peers, suits in all the iashiunaltln weaves nQ PA and makes, including genuine c): »i sted's 0Qd||ll About 40 men's high class nnti?, linest tailoring, pure woolen, famous makes, in such a variety of grand patterns that the page would be neceseary to do justice, Instead of $15.00, while sale is on Men's 50 cent workinc shirts for. 26c Men's 50 cent double front black overalls for.... .. 25c Men's 25 cent suspenders for— .v................. .... ,10c Men's $3.00 and $3.50 fine shoes for. ... ..$1.98 Men's $1.25 working shoes for 58c Men's $3.00straw hats for.. ................... ...,$1.94 Men's $1.50 silk front shirts for............ ...58c Men's $1.00 working pants for .... .. ,.64e Men's 35 cent summer underwear for........ ............... ,19c Men's 35 cent summer shirts for 18c Men' 50 cent crash hats for 2 5 Men's $2.00 straw hats for $1.25...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 June 1902

ffp ••I'"1 jf* ..V^ -HW„. u\ N? ,« IVW W **i S* rrWW(M*aro ur.ikSHUM^ ession ppff=f «8JS$SS°W Beck -SB®*01 wmmsm 3?l»lAl I\a«I*^ islf ^sf$?l V*. irip '\tif "J iL- -^eetn. Gas orodnntuiaW action of teeth, On^ipj iBl Ottee bourn 8~to 10 a. m. and J•jjeon, mimi *$*$?£ It to (Mice over Wetsel's drug store reaBJen^e •crner o! Third street and 8-cond^ay.e. N. E. '.^/•r I". li. KOBERTS, physician abdenrgeoii rV Jjs Office in Rhodes Dlock, Offle? hour* 2 to 8 9 to il a. m.. 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Be*ir Inct Back man Sotel. Pbone connections. iW. MILtSPAUGH, physician and sur Flyn block. Office hours: 1 to 4 9 in and 7 to 8 p. in. Residence corner hird ave. and Third St. S. E. OtheNorthern C. TRACE. M. D. Physician ami surgeon to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to Pacific R. R. Office hours 9 to 11 a. m.. to Tbe best way to reach Eastern and Southern cit ies is, Via CHICAGO via ar!i ngton Route traios. Lmving Minneap­ olis bu *he Scetiic Express in tbe i. orniog. there is a 300 mu« ride along t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 June 1902

VI Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers. Ljwe^t Price4 Satisfaction Uuar^ntev Morrison Co. Roller Mils. Props ol 3D^.:GI-XBS03ST ...pentist... In practice 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block,Llttle Falls. American House JOHN BEEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harness and Saddlerv andeverythlnKpBually kept In a ilrat-cl&ss Harness shop. KEPAIB1NG A SPECIALTY. Broadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, ORGANS, AND SPIRIT ttSiLV, SEWING 'G ACmNES- FOLOM'S MUSIC STORE Advertise in, TheHEBALD o. Frosho Drugs. .kiliBiiiS re ^$53., 'li Fora short time, we will make it an build. wishin object those SU-:jf•"1W to S it a a a I a All of our property is principal industries. close to all the .'*• 1- :.:. Call and see us. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 THE CHICAGO POST Eieij FARMER sloild rud Ml) TtoCMuge Post. EIH) Eiin LIVE STOCK SHmer skull reil dill) TltCllttgi Pot£ SMMW PRODUCE TII tlnMnti dill) Cllogt Post. 4 Evir| GRAIN Sklfper sbiM rud diil)...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 June 1902

'^T'S 4#? :fe fe- -. W Bemidji Thoe. and Jobn Cafisey foils Saturday. MoQday* ,JS 11 W. Davis a~d brother *on ?5! Mr. and Mi-f. John Wilcx^k of a re E a S a «%?A1 ^obn Cas*»y is working lbr Campbell 4 H- Mr. and Mrs. Frank John?, Miss Brid­ get Canev, John Stewart visits at at Wm. Joseph's of Swanville Sunday. .c- Mr. aud Mrs. H. C. Larson and Loui* Miller has gone to Braip^rd for a yint. Miss Maggie Boy If ^^turi^ ^, ^ivers last week. 'A ?*., Iiittl** Mr. and Mrs: Wm. McGlaugba cj 'Tamarac lake visited at Q. B. Vallett's Sunday 4 Jiyi and Frank Hi.mmond^ of Lewis? ville, Minn., are visiting frieids in Elm •dale this week. John Ci4ck wentto Royalfon Friday. :i Tommy Miske of Elmdale visited friends and relative* in Little Falls Er ***•'. Hugh P'ogu of Randal! whospent Sun­ day in Elmdale left Monday for Madelia, Minn. Thomas l)aviee who visited witb his n^hew fiughPogh at Randall refiurned Satu'day. 6. R. Vallett and son Gilbert went to Little Falls Saturday. N. Lovell of Preeport y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 July 1902

Ummifui TMmgm to Hotimokooplng Nice egg beaters the good kind 10c A nice earg whip to make frosting 3c Nice wringer? worth $2 at $1.60 Nice olothes lines 10c The beautiful Wayne washing machine, sold all over at $5.00, our price $3.50 Very nice lamp, complete 50c Lamp chimneys all sizes 5c Nice toilet soap worth 25c a box at 15c Writing paper and envelopes per box 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c 6 tea spoons for 5c. 6 table spoons for 10c. 6 nickel tipped tea spoons 15c 6 nickel tipped table spoons 25c Nice nickel clocks 75c 36 feet of nice lace shelf paper 5c Good knives and forks a pair 10c Decorated semi-porcelain tea cups and sau­ cers, a set of 6 75c. Decorated plates a set of 6 for 75c. Tooth brushes 10c. Shoe brushes 15c, 20c and 25c. Tooth brushes with 4 rows of bristles in var­ ious shapes, straight oi concave 10c. Shoe brushes of the beetmake in Amei ica, that meanstbebestinthe world,15c. The best value in hair brqshes^^iat you or we ever saw. We have very, nice brushes at 10c, 15c, 20c...

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

jp. I kBBOHEIM & U^illCRON, Lawyer* Little Pallafegl Innesota. 1—3 -Mi\.Buekmea »i p. H. MICRO. C|- -!ui 91k. Dentist. 8peeialtl«iim*jle -ami Bridge Work and Straight- iriMiOf IrmQlar TeMfi. Oa« or oduntunuer asiwtn'ffli tilrTri-'— ot teeth. Oyer tii- jfeflr SHoer. IH. A. FORTIER, M. l„ C. M.. Oradu .e off Victoria University. Montreal, la. Hnrgeott to St. Gabriel Honpltal. koom 8 to 10 a. m. and Uto p. over Wets»l's drug store resldene relXbird street auoS-cond ave. N. E ROBERTS, physician andnurgeoa rln Rhodes oloek. Olflce hours, 9 %n«.a., 3 to. 4Judto 8 p. m. Reel AawSMaan Hotel. Phone connection*. f(&MILLrfPAUGH, physician and sur W»geoa. Flrn block Office hours: 1 to 4 1Ba 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner AM«Te. and Third St. 3. E. €. TRACE. M. i. Fhyelclan and Lmgeoa to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and Northern Pacific R.® rfj I»ll a. m.. to 2 to 5p. mt Office In Llnd- A block Residence, South Fourth 8t, lot Conrt House Little Falls. Minn vM#aliow 4|e#yri|^ siuimv- ftiti vvu ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 July 1902

Gravel Mercantile Go., The Leading Grocers- L)* For a short time we will^make it un object to those wishing to build. Terms to Suit the Most Fa us All of oar property is close to all the principal industries. Call and see us. /uiiihi Pi Satisfaction Guarantee Props of Morrison Co. Roller Mills. x)3?.:a-iBso3sr ...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 in arness ud Saddlery and mrythins nraaliy kept to a Sret-elaM Harness shop. SPECIALTY. BEPAlBcIKG Broadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, OKGANS, AND' '"-i 4-:. SEWIKG MACHINES. FOLOM'S jili'sic STORE Advertise in Fre«h Drugs iniiiiiiiiiini THE CHICAGO POST BUBk 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 6RAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 July 1902

HBRALD .•«e 'pi %$&•' •V* &<•' •r#^'*"!V M-V4 111 3l^--'rji9tfj & nillliM 1902 At 6 5&cC* pa \m OQMPAKT VMALT. BMTMI. P. J. VMALY. M«T, Borrow. '(IKBUyXa UtralME at xtttasu. HNMIMMI Itetot* *Hik««lbMHptlOB paid to ot «ilMr eomctloatitl rat«. •I«80MH YIA^I. JULY Ko. Tu. 1902 w*. Th. h. St. 1 2 3 4 6 7 9. 10 11 13 14 16 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY. JULY 4. Andrew Carnegie should innoc ulate more millionaires with library bacilli. Funston and Mont Pelee are both quiet, butBro. Swansonis in state of eruption. =3f Having ended the South Afri­ can war, tfep ^mericjijfc.niule .is now ready for othe^ ei^a^ements. The sugar "boxers" were too strong for Teddy. McKinley could have managed that sort of job better. SeoretafyRoot is the official burden bearer of the s^hninistra tion. He assumes responsibility for most everything. When that Tilden club chair­ man -introduced Grover as the "greatest..living democrat"-ke probably referred to avoirdupois....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 July 1902

I-:-, 4- Mbin MM yoaintfalba Born-T^|(f. »nd M^g^i^resi er. July 1st, a son B. Van Alstine and family hare moved to Morris. lira. Albert Andrews was taken to tbe hospital Monday. The county commissioners will meet in special session next Monday. A set of floor scale .have been placed in the baggage room at $he N. P. station. Quarantine has been raised from M. Coleman's house, the two children being convalescent. Ben Lauson is building three new dwellings at the corner of Fourth avenue and Firit street north. 8. Trebbyis patting in a cement, sidewalk in front of his Broadway property, also a small walk along the alley. In Slate vs. Pelkey, Justice Shel­ don bound defendant over to the grand jury. M. S.Jacobeon charged Pelkey with selling mortgaged pro­ per*!- Fred Joesting of the St. Paulitore has gone East on a busiaesa tri». Mrs. Joesting andtkefrbabywho have been visiting at LaPorie/Ind., will return with him. Mre. E.M.Hoover entertained sever­ al young ladies Thursday afternoon l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 July 1902

g? ~'gf K? P" -Vr-r—* if 1 'M ITMrtll. FART I.—Three rb»ue»,Hayte] IfttitateT CwCodd, I me«t at Singapore, Latter two learned of exlttence of hidden treaa- wee at Sen*kor-W*t—old -purmtse ruin *ar CMnee« border. Hayte only half be leves account, but nevertheless agree* to loin In search. PART II.—Reaching SengkOT-Wait, the men make their way through "the ancteut streets and towaTd the once splendid pal­ ace. Toward dusk after a most tedious search they: come,upon secret entrance to underground vaults, lh whloh are discov­ ered great Quantities.of bar gold and uncut rubies and sapphires. Hayle fills both hands with gems and the men make their way outside again. €n reaching camp they find their two Burmese servants, slain and horribly mutilated, Chinese fashion. Dur­ ing the night Hayld secures treasure and ateelaaway Into the jtingle. PART III.—Utterly exhausted. and un­ conscious, Hayle is found by English offi­ cers near'frontier station of Nampoung. As soon as able he leaves for R...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 July 1902

special pointedasthe where the«« MSBSeWWSsSPiST ORDB FOK BAKING ON CLAIMS STATE OF MIMN8HOT4 I GOOXTY or NoinsoN. I In Probate Court, Special term, June 16, M8, In the matter of the estate ot Ada Wolf, Letters of administration on the estate of Ada Volt deceased, late ot the county- of Morrison, state of Minnesota^, beUig icrantfed to Wallace W. WOlf. alt (s ordered. That three month*-beand the same is hereby allowed fromjand after the date of thia order, in which all perMne havinjr cla$tria or demands asvifistthe said deceased are required to £Ue the me in the Probate Court of said county. for examination and allowance, or be fonsr«f barred.". "*r it is further ordered. That the ttth day of September, 1H4 at JO o'clock a. ni.:at:* term of said Probate Coat& to be held at the Probate offiA Jnpt^conrt house, in the city of UttlllfalWin said county. be atid tM same' "Mf&lMr id is a» timeaadjplacewheikiiand Prirtiateijr ine aMtdrast Bai4lalinsa2raaen«ad8. And it lirxitrther ord...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 July 1902

.-* &:••• •?Vfr, 7^ "*r V^r ?r%.. K k" »•*.. •S, W&giiWt •95KE«S*S2??^ Men's All 'bout the Men's $3.00 straw hats tor. ......... Men's $li60 silk front shirts for.... .. Mien's $1.00 working pants for...... tr About 90 elegant suits $12 and $13 grades and at that price no peers, suits in all the fashionable weaves and makes, including genuine clay worsteds ^PVK About 40 men's high class suits, finest tailoring, pure_ woolen, famous makes, in iuch a variety of grand patterns Instead of $15.00, while sale is on Men's 35 oent summer shirts for 18c 25c Men's $2.00 straw hats foi,• •... Men's 750 and $1.00 fancy shirte-FOB ...... ^. 25c M^S ^j^&^E^SHQ^ FOE .......l.......... :... ...... ,,.' 95c Men's $4.00handshoes FOB $2.00 4ili rV4 \r FOR»f .• •. .,. *..«•..... •. 11 ,X5c We're telling of the many startling features in our Midsummer Clearance Sale in this issue, so that everybody may know of the many inducements we are offering during this Sale. Men's suits were never so c...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 July 1902

J5»J' «*."• 1 1 e- ^j\V 1 «p THETOMELTY Midsummer Sate of Wash Goods* Not an article in +he wash ifoeds store but will be re-marked and some goods will be sold at a fourth off, some at a third off and some at llis. Notice these prices: The 8c wash goods at 5c. The 10c wash goods at 7c. The 12c wash goods at 8c. The 15c wash goods at 10c. The 25c wash goods at 15c. *-c. Midsummer Sate of Laces We know people who attended our sale of laces last vear and profited by it so much that they have enough of lace for the next year. 3,000 yards of lace at 3c, every yard worth 6c. 2.000 yards of lace at 4c, that is worth Then there is an eq tiered action on the better ki i.i of lace. We are agents for the Banner patterns ask or write for the Julv number. 1T V^-C THREE NEW TOWNS mil- Commissioners Create Granite, man and Crow Wing. The board of county commis* sioners met in special session Mon­ day morning, all present—Chairman Grose, Commissioners Lakin, Sulli •wa n, Jacobson and Tedford. Heari...

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