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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 July 1902

[My I Kat PART III.—Utterly exhausted k" Aatkor Of "DR. NIKOLA," «*tHB BCAUTIFUL WHITB D! PHAROSt THE BQWiAN Etc. Codd, meet at Singapore. Latter two -learned of existence of hidden treas­ ure Sengkor-Wat—old Burmese ruin Bear Chinese border. Hayle only naif bft •orea account/but-neverthelese agrees to Join in ipprrji "-j. •. PART II.-R«aching 8in(koriWat, tpe Men AuUrtf their W*y throbgh the ancient streets and. toward- the once.splendid pal im. TOwarft dusk aftet a moK tedious March they come upon Aecret entrance to uderirotind vaults, in which are discov ored great quantitle* of bar gold and uncut rublee and np^itfiiu-HaxUJUli both kinds with |»m» and the men make th«lr way outatde lajgata. Oirreaefclngeamp they flad their two Burmese servant* slain and Iwrril^smxitltafed,-Chinese iabhlon. Dur taf the night Haylo secures treasure and •teals away into the Jungle. CHAPTER I.—George Fairfax relates how he became a detective in Australia and Anally came to open up an office In X«ondo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 July 1902

1 SWf ORDER FOR HEARING ON CLAIMS BTATE OF MINNBHOTA COUNTY OF MQ*WSON. In Prttb»t€ Court. Special term, JufccI?, WK. Jin the matter ol. the estate ot Ada Wolf, llettenruf administration on the estate of Ada Wolt. deceased..late of the county of Morrison, state of Minnesota, being Itranted to Wallace W. Wolt. nit is ordered. That three months fee and the same is hereby allowed front and after the date of this order, in which all person* having claims or demands against the said deceased are requited to file the same in the Probate Court of said county, for examination and allowance. or be icnjvei ^Msfurtherordered. That the90th day of 8eptemt)er, 1964,atM o'clocka» m. at a sperialterm of suid Probate Court to be held at the Probate office in thegcourt house in the city of tittle Ftfttti,'in said county, be and the same hereby i* ap­ pointed as the time and place when and where the said Probate Court will exam* ine and adjust said claims and demands. And it is further ordered. That n...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 July 1902

Wv ft.' .' -&?• SSr W~Y'"-'- •'•-i, _. *k. S=ia Bi' 1 IS p: If- I mi: UTrLE FJUJSHERIfl) «TA»LfH«P. 1902 iSiiuwr 1» 19. HERALD PBINTINO COMPANT OH AS. M. VAIALY. BDITOn. P. J. VASALY. AS»T, BOITOtl. HERALD la published Evet» Wd»y Mo Ming at Herald Building, Kidder Street, Kntered as second-class mail matter Subscribers ordering address of their pa im naned must always git etbelr former well as their present addreee. '1 papers are continued unless an explicit rh received for discontinuance and ua- Ball arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is ••fated after the address. •1.50 Plft YSAPt. II JULY 1902 8u. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. 8k. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 l£l 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 CO FRIDAY, JULY 11. Dr. Dubois is a skillful surgeon. He will dissect the other side when he gets on the stump. Mr. Rosing has not-yet been ac­ cused .of playing ping pong. Bi$ the campaign has scarcely b£gun. The Roosevelt organs think Dewey's opinion ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 July 1902

National Championship At Glen View July 15-19 vri ateur championship (eighteen holes). Three prizes are offered by the association for the three lowest scores in this competi­ tion. Wednesday, July 16—9 a. m.) first match play round, amateur championship (eight­ een holes) 2 p. m., second match play round, amateur championship (eighteen holes). Thursday, July 17—9:30 a. m., third match play round, amateur championship (eighteen holes) 2 p. m., fourth match play round, amateur championship (eight­ een holes). Friday, July IS—10 a, m., semifinal match play round, amateur championship (first round, eighteen holes) 2:30 p. m., semifinal match play round, amateur championship (second round, eighteen holesj. Saturday, July 19—10:30 a. m., final match play round, amateur championship (first round, eighteen holes) 2:30 p. m., final match play round, amateur cham­ pionship (second round, eighteen holes). The executive committee of the Unit­ ed States Golf association, which pre­ pared the of...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 July 1902

IMNHS •iik .- {R-V:' .•'• •. S"' %. •, &> &•'.••• r. •. jf" 5k .k&Sft&i J& Pntosliul, Carift Lawyer*, HfimeSOTa. OflMl-S Buekmaa*!*. •D% __ »rk and Straight mtwdi «rfa4 of Irregular Ttora.Qae or otfnntwJW Mr patalm (jtraevloD of ttett. Owr thr, 'Wo«r. -^-'v- M. A. rORTIE^MvBl.C. M-Oradn-te of Victoria,-.:• tWrersity. Tipatreal la, Burgeon tO^Bt. OabrM B#tt«l ~Oa..m. aad2 to4p..m hours 8 to lO.ifi m. aid 2 to oyer Wetnl'i Irik ifon of Third street uaweond ROBERTS, ., J•aeon, aadaanteoti JJUOffleelnRbodeai—_.. to 11a. m., 8 to 4 and 6.to 8 p. Bnek man Hotel: Phone connection*. Oflce Jhowt^ fl ,G. MILL.SPAUGH, physician and sur Flyn bloek. Offlcehours: 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner i*Jrd ave. and Ttilrd 8t. S. E. Ollsurgeon C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and to St. Gabriel's Hospital, to the Northern Pacific R. R. Office bout a. mi. to 2 to 8 p. m, Office In Llnd tli bloclt. Residence, South Fourth Ht of Coiirt House Little Falls. Minn Imsd VWVNlk etimuiii ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 July 1902

For a short time we will make it an object to those wUhiasr to build. All of oar proparty is close to all the principal industries. Call and see us. Ia practlee 23 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. /h111i11M11111iiIn111 Eftft FABMEB stolid r»id dally Thi Ghieui Post. Gravel Mercantile Co. The Leading Grocers- Props of American House JOHN BEEDE. Prop* Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in ,, Harness ud Saddlery and everythlngjisnany kept ltf a first-lass Harness shop. ,. AEPAUHNG A. SPECIALTY. Eviry 6RAIN Shlppir iloild ml dally Tfct Chieagi Pest. THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER. TIE BEST IS I ORE TOO MOB FOR TON. Subscribe through jour commission Ann, aswsdealer or publisher of nempi per coa tailing this advertisement Sempie eoples eensfceeee wiemefc Addmi THE CHICAGO POST, Chicago, ill. bor is offered by the following advertisers who represent honest Igoods, honest work and fair rarices Satisfaction Guarantee Morrison Go. Roller Mills. XD^G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 July 1902

f§f mm Additional OORKE-J ____ on l»g© PIERZ. jajj 9—Lorojz Boaer baa sold his 160 acre form near Gravelville to George A Hoflman for $5500. J^arl Mueller had accepted a position with the Bank of Pierz. The towns o! Platte and Pulaski have each purchased a Western grader of Agent Tbielen. A&yone wishing insurance in the Far-1 Trace took him to the hospital es»ss Mutual Fire [itaurance Co. cau cere the s^uie by applying to Frank HSraebt^JohnMischke or Henry Wuellner. The Fourth was celebrated in grand afeyle. The nice parade in the afternoon was one of the special features of the a»j. A dance was held in lower and t|per town and each place was well at* tended by a large crowd otyuung peopld. Theo. Tbielen and J. Schach of Minn­ eapolis started the Platte grader Tuea- livening they decided to day. Anton Thleer and Miss Veith were added to the matrimonial list Sunday. Alois Phillips, the popular school teacher, has accepted a position as ^principal of the Public school ut George to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 July 1902

A Sale FINE DRESS GOODS A THIRD OFF 600 yarda of staple ginghams, worth 10 cents, our sale price 7 cents. 400 yards of shirting worth 10c at 7c. 700 yards of ginghams worth 6c at 4c. 500 yards of prints worth 6c at 4c. Pine dress goods worth 25c at 17c. Pine dress goods worth 18c at 13c. Midsummer Sale of Embroideries There are thousands of yards of em­ broideries selling here today at a fourth and a third below value this is some­ thing that pays you to buy for future use. If you don't need it now buy it and keep it till vou do want it. It is like buying dollars for fifty cent?. The 8c kind at 5c. The 10c kind at 7c. The 12c kind at 8c. The 15c kind at 10c. The 25c kind at 15c. Midsummer Sale of Handled Box Paper It is onlv the bbxes that area little damaged, not*the paper. Some of these boxes are worth up to 18c, 20c, 25c, 30c, your choice for 10c. Tiie Crockery Store in ihe There arc a fe^damaged chamber sets in the crockery store that will have to march out. These sets got hurt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 July 1902

f$g 1&: Cb'lne&e border. Hayle only half be account, but neverthel«s» agrees to search. feKT II.—Reaching Sengkor-Wat, t$e Make their way through the ancient •ks and toward the once splendid pal Toward dusk after a most tedious A they come upc:t secret entrance to •ground vaults, in whi. hare discov Igxvat quantities of bar go-Id ard uncut tm and sapphires^ Hayle fills both fe with gems 'and the men make their Mrtslde again. On. reaching camp lhey Heir two Burmese servants, slain -end aao9b!y mutilated, Chinese* fashion. Dur 9W night Hayle secures treasure and eSMfeaway into th« jungle. EillT HI.—Utterly exhausted and un •bk»u», Hayle is found by English olfl mm» meat frontier station of Nampeung. Mm Ma as able he leaves lor Rangoon mmM tben.ce to England. MXT IV.—Two months later ^another Mm at Nampoung, while out on a hunt •pe across Kitwater and Codd. Kitwa ••r explains they were traders who had Aflns Into handts of Chinese who had put mm a» own eyes and pulled out Codd's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 July 1902

iii®* ORDER FOR HEARING ON CLAIMS STATE OP MINNESOTA I OotiNTY of Morrison. I. In Probate Court. Special term, June 16,1902 In the matter ol the estate ol Ada •Lettenntf administration on the estate of Ada Wolf, deceased, late of the cojinty of MoVrison, etate of Minnesota, being jiranted to Wallace W.Wolf It is ordered. That threj months be and the same is hereby allowed from and after the date of this order, in which all person* having claims or .'demands against the said deceased are required tafile the same in thefrobate Court .of said count v, for examination and allowance, at be fc-ev»»r barred. it is iurther ordered* That the 20th day of September, 19G4, at 10 clock a. in. at a special term of sold Probate Court to ..be held at tbe Probate office in tbelcourt house in the city of little Falls, in said county, be and the same hereby is ap pointed as the time and place mtten and where the said Probate Court will exam­ ine and adjust Sliid claims and demands. And it is further o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 July 1902

Bfc. 1%: •iu llt§ lllf^ tlltt as •f, FILLS UirLE lined aethelr S3 HER1LD WTAaUMMD. 1H». BLRALD PRINTING COMPANY OHA9. K. VAMLY. IBITWI. J. VASALY. ASST. KDITON. ««g HERALD Is Monlag at Heral 2tu* ffUty Building, Kidder Street, ktered eecond-elMf iaail matter. offering addieee ot tMr pe- nut *fw»: iMaaedaol pr 1 are com lor An papers are «aAarle received »ed nnleee «xplldt eKpu uai •tluMuiee ^tet^whleb aeabecriptlon Is paid after the address. Iben wlihtaf mecaetnee or can have smbs 1902 JULY 1902 Bu. Ho. To. We. Th. it. 8*. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY, JULY 18. Leonard August Koging, pari Swede, part German, and all American, was born in Malmo, third city of Sweden* a port at the southern end of the peninsula, August 26, 1861. The family name was Himmelman and great­ grandfather Himmelman emigrat ei from Frankfort-on-the-Main to Sweden in the shifting scenes of the Seven Year's war. He was a physician an|i left his family...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 July 1902

frfshne*s, strength, flavor Tbe F. F. Nye company is placing at Fergus Falls this week. A. J. Wilcox, of Wisconsin, former ly a druggist here, is visiting friends here. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. O. man, of Twin Lakes, July daughter. Ocker 3d, a Mrs. R. Neill of Green Prairie has gone to Vancouver, B. 0., to visit her son Alonzo. Exalted Ruler H. A. Rider will rep* resent the local Elks lodge at the national convention at Salt Lake City in August. The Little Falls creamery paid ont for cream in one 4f3177* The busi nessis steadily increasing, and the creamery claims to he paying more for cream thasa the other creameries in this vicinity. Leo Max, a young barber, got into a row with a young man Sun­ day night and the result was a bad­ ly cbewea finger on the part of Max's opponent. A warrant was issued !or Max, buthe bad de­ camped. The new Rebekah officers were in­ stalled Thursday evening last week, as follows: Noble Grand—Mrs. Cora F.l*om. Vice Grand—Mrs. Rose Murpby. Secretary—Mrs. Jen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 July 1902

?4 m- I# %u & I* Wi- 'kr-\ SC.' ProfessiooalCards B"OB,i2uA.itrtlJS2S^ Ofltael—S Buekwao Blk. 18t09t. if, A. FOKTIBR.M. D„0.M„ Grwju»ta VI«of Victoria Univirrolty. Montreal, flap• rtn, ftvrgeoB to Ht. Gabriel Hospital. Mm bourn 8 to 10 a. in. and 2 to ••inuuii u. w. Ota d?«r dr?K stow resldenw of Tlilrd street aou»-court av«. ff- E. M. ItOBEHTH, physician and surgeon. J« OAee In Rhodes block. Office houiw, 9 tt a. ro„ 3 to 4 «nd 6 to 8 p. in.., R«*t •w Buck in an Hotel. Phone connection*. T. O. MILI^PATJGH, physician and sijr •mob, Flyn block Office hours: 1 to and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner *Wrd ave. and Tblrd St. g. E. 0, TRACE. M. I, Physician and aurgeon to fit. Gabriel's Hospital, and 4d ui Mortbern Pacific R. R. Office ho«r* 9 toll a. m.. to 2 to p. in, Office In Llnd ImkIi block. Renldence, South Fourth Ht. •oat of Court House Little Falls, Minn U~.«L— nuiuuyniutiM W« belief* we are makingaodt of Ifco grandVat.barnea* offers thiiftown km» 9W9T imn. W® cault^artUjularif...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 July 1902

Gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers- Close Block, Little Falls. American House JOHN REEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, REPAIRING Broadway Little Fails, Minn PIANOS, ORGANS, For a short time we will make it an build. wtahinsr those rms to Suit the All of our property is close to all the princ'tpi! industries. Call and.see us. Every FARMER sloilfl ml iiily Tht Chlcigi Sllpptr sfcoiU rill iaiiyTln Clleap Put bor is offered by the foUowine .advertisers who represent honest{goods, honest work and fair orices Pi 'w* Satisfaction Guarantee Props of Morrison Co. Roller lis. IDar.'Q-XSSOIiT In practice 25 years. Residence and Office Manufacturer of and Dealer in /V l/N Harness mdSaddlerv VlVrT^ and everythinB usually kept in a -L first-class Harness shop. ,, A. AND sewing machines. .iT. FOLOM'S MUSIC STORE Advertise in L. D. BROWN publisher tobuv good goods at right prices and get good professional1* la­ RAYMOND & EBERT, ..—.Dealers In.:.... Our PICTURES Never Fade J. ...

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

"-Si? 1 iPS ft js J^5£, ^gSTr ,«• 1 Jidy 15—Luke Casey, Denis Sheedy and Pat Dui-kin veut to Little Fall* Dmredagr. 9m Stewart if Tinting his sister Mrs. jAwi. Casey tbis week. JMly Meti'au^ltm i»pe il Sunday at H&uajac lake. Fr*4 Wightinsn of St. Cloud was in iEBttdak Sat. aud Suuday. II. Olson and son Heory wen to Ro.v. ailon-Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. John Morgan of Sauk lfepids visited ut H. UMiidersonV art week. tfco. A. Judiern, toiler li.-spector, of iSbwacd Lak».', Miuu. was iu Eluidule Utatweek. jokn Stewart in employed at Henry f£tar»oii'w during hnvinsr *«»rtsou. 4J.1 Larsou ui»,veU lua 'upfront. Richland list week. Mr. Larson Ihofeght 60. acres ol Oa^ey. 7Mr. d5»*ey has built anew tiouse aud moved l»mraityin. Jbhu Mieltuel, Bridget Casfy and John S&ftwart went to the dance at Arm aS^OBg'c, in Two Uivers Saturday. Jbhu zeck weut fc Little Falls Sun to visit his uncle John Wilez-ek. 3Bes Bertha, Ella aud Stella Vallett, 3toie Rudek visited at Mrs. F. Johns ftbnday. L. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 July 1902

Old Soldiers Rewarded Mid-Summer Sale!! Pretty Ootton Drosa Stuffs. 14 years that this store we never had anything like stuffs. These During the has existed these values in dress prices as evidence. 3,500 yards of pretty 10c gingham 6c. 4,000 yards of pretty 8c gingham at 5c. 550 yards of pretty 10c shirting at 7c. A lot of pretty 25c dress stuffs at 13c. Trimmed Hate at Half Prlee It does not pay anv lady to wear a shabby hat while she can get a $5.00 hat for $2.00. This is what vou can eet here now. The $5.00 hat at $2.CO. The $2.50 hat at $1.00. The $1.75 hat at 75c. The $1 50 hat at 50c. A Few Hints ef Bargains Over the Stere Shoe Nice white pillow cases 45 inches by 36 inches Hair brushes 10c, 15c, 20c and 25c. brushes 10c, 15c, and 25c. Fine alarm clocks 75c. Shirt waists for ladies worth 50c at 35c Lace curtains worth $1.00 at 80c. Ladies' mercerized petticoats at a fourth off. Dinner sets worth $14.00 at $10.00. Gold plated picture frames at a fourth off. 7 bars of Santa Cla...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 July 1902

m-lI!r 7 fee assails YM3CS III.—Utterly mmwt* lOopjxtgMad, MOI, iContiQued from last week.] SYNOPSIS. art Md, meet at Singapore. Latter two mmm taarnied of existence of hidden treas an at Sengkor-Wat—old Burmese ruin CUinoe border. Hayle only half he­ ft account, but nevertheless agrees to la search. UtT II.—Reaching1 sfes and Sengkor-Wat, sake their the way -through the ancient toward the once splendid pal- To ward dusk after a most tedious c& they come lifts iftiound upon secret entrance to vaults, In which are dlscov- Isreat Quantities of bar gold and uncut and mpphlrea with Hayle fills boch gems 'and th« men make their sntside again. On reaching camp they tftelr two Burmese servants-slain and StanSMy mutilated, Chinese fashion. Dur 9m tke sight Hayle secures treasure and 4ta3a away Into the Jungle. exhausted s®. go and un- *aactous, Hayle is round by English offl cns» sear frontier station of Kampoung. Mm mboh aa able be leaves for Rangoon mm* thence to England. WRT IV.—Two ...

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

ft ..«.»•*• lie nnd the same hereby is up M«tntril i9 *he time Hud utitc* tc^cu and when* the wild Probate V.onrt, will exam­ ine and adjust Mtd clalmk and demands. And It is further ordered Thatnotice of ttuch henriQK be jtiven to all Creditors and persons interested jn said estate bv forth with publishing this wider qpee in each week fur three succcialyft ^idts in the Little Falls Herald, a weekly newspaper printed nnd published tit Little Falls, in said county. lotted Little Falls this 16tl» dayof June A. IV 1W2. liy the Court, N, RICHARDSON. Judge of Probate- STATE OK MINNESOTA 1 }S8. T'UCNTY OP MORRISON District Court, Seventh Judicial District. L'Uii^ Vnsnly and A. K. Mall. IMaintlffs. vs. 11. K. Schleusener, defendant. The state of Minnesota to the above minted defendant. You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which has been filed with the clerk of said court, at his office in the city of Little Fulls, MI id countyi and to serve a copy of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 July 1902

ORDER FOR HBASIR6 rOK' w«« iduKli« wyaup^ffi(T v. :w '*k S,'.' 0 It is ordered.. That threj •^i'^the samef»hertbyafli&w$< ^-•-"•the date of this order,'in having plaints 0ifi d#mat ^sai«l dec^asedjare rea&ire^ to filejtge in the Probate Courtfofc staid cdhft 1 examination and ^ll^K^lat -jrf" barred it is further ordered, That the 20th. day •of September, 19U, at 10 o'clock a. m.« at. a special term of said Probate Court to be held «t the Probate officeJn-tbewcouil house in the city of Little Falls, in said county, be and the same hereby is ap­ pointed as the time and jdadfmen and •where the sai'd Probate Coumwill exam-, ine and adjust affii ClmiBsjan|l demaudS Arid it is fulther oroe*«l§ Tkatpioticeal siichheatioK be^vehio gjl ereditorB and'* persons intirestea jn said forth **~1~ ^cejln ea'clfc •PSB newspaper printed and published at Little Falls, "in said county. Dated at Little Falls this 16th dayof June A. D. 1902. By the Court, there to PAbatejftliHiJ -j 8pecl«l te»n...

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

Wm. f. r- £H Ss^a •3V fV-.v-.' Ka. &-i %i $ & WW':' WA' JPt 2M r,*FWFC naiMiMBMfeg .«* TOHALD PBIirnHG OOMFAHI ftu A. PE.^*^ —tai.wmo, 1—». I. VMALY.lBITM. «|. VASALY. ANt, |Dlti«. rwR^5iffSi2^al£.•tt-, AlMammcoiHiMdulMM yjwiliiiter amoMttummam »S^tfwfeliS«OTliiMri»«OBto»«Mto .Jfeals en kkttaaMOM rtwtmi rates. iiJo Mm yim. im JVLT iM8 ft. w«. Vh. 1 13 ~7 8 8 ROBING. With Lind for congress old Hennepin ought to give Rosing about 10000 plurality, anyway. Isn't it sad to think that the Minneapolis administration is re­ publican? Wonder if Destiny had anything to do with things there. J. Pierpont Morgan is going to Egypt for a visit. The Khedive will probably direct that the pyr­ amids be watched. Morgan might want to present one to Cen­ tral Park, New York. Roosevelt retired "Hell roaring Jake Smith" from the -army 'on the ground that his cruel orders destroyed his efficiency as an officer. The Minneapolis Tri­ bune isn't saying anything. An army transport sailed for Manila the...

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