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

Lnrtn for you. Roya'tondefeated StJSlea Bnndajc 10,to 0.£aecb, of th^^joal taaai, witnessed the game aad in the eighth inning relieved the Staples pitcher. The St. Cloud Red Men won over .ley Sunday, 10 to t. The regular St. Cloud team won over Perham twice, 7 to 1 and 12 to 7. Brainerd beat Aebland 6 to 3, aiid Weet Superior defeated Aitkin 8 to 6 Sunday. The local team will play the Ganymede team of Minneapolis, one of the beet amateur teams of that city, next 8unday at this place. Real Estate Transfers. H, H&laeth to Gertrude Aadcmon lot 3, blk B, lfiM add, city 2*8 OO J. Hortacb ami wt to Mr* M. Mis •take, land in 6-89 20 J. •. Nlcbols and w( to K. Candle, a seo oo UO fast, lot T, blk IS, Morrill.b ade 200 00 Ry to A Werner, aw, ee. 21 128-30 200 oe Scbmolke and wf Ointer, aw and oe »w, 19-42-29 920 00 KBlsaillon and buetoJeaeie ltick ard, 40 feet, lot 3, blk 11, Stvele'n aid, city 50Q OO Bell and wf to A Swanson, ne, 10-43-31 1600 00 Clark et alto 'G.tking, n, 2i-89-31 480 ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 July 1902

SB* 1 1 t* £jT W *"3 .. Wijrk- pflicejL—3 ''"".. *TVTt. fcHi'MBRQ. ~*5uab»aa Blk. IJtentfct.Jg li of Crowa 4hd BMfc»#5rl msps tMri SEiteElE50ie lei OacaOTir'/wiiStrra- lr«vt ^punier »ne J^ MjfROBERT#, to 1J a Buck man store fresiflett re -,a^..N,- aad'snrgebii. Bee la Bhode».blQck. Oiftce JiQUr»r 9 ,. si., 2 to 4 utd 6 to 8 p. in. Be*J tuckman Hotel. Phon'e'conneetloiis. T, G. MILLSP4EUGH, physician and bW nont'Flp block Ofllcetoours:! to 4 a jq and 7- to S p.. m.. Residence corner i.'lilrd ave. and Third "St. S.iS. .. f-*'~ aiijau—•• C. TRACE. ..... Physician ifiel's Hoi •. s.nrgeon to'S*. tne Northern Pa and fosplta}, and R. Office hoars 9 toll a. ibt-rto 8 to 5-.p. m, ^Office in- Lind bertrh blVick. Ketil^ence, South Fourth .St. •ait of Court House" Little Falls. Minn ..TAKEN hLTOCBTI.u.,.. We believe we are making some of the grandest harness offers this town has ever seen. We can't particularize here tut if you will give us a call we will come right down to cold facts and show ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 July 1902

travel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers- For a short time we will make it an object to those wiahinar to tmild. fX) west Pi lee* Satisfaction Guarantee Props of IDrr/GKEBSOIN" ...penttet... lu practice 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. American House JOHN REEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harness andSaddlerv and everything usually kept In a flrnt-class Harness shop. REPAIRING A. SPECIALTY." Broadway Little Falls, Allnn PIANOS, ORGANS, AND SEWING MACHINES. FOLOM'S Ml!SIC STORE Advertise" in L. S Atl of our property is close to all the principal industries. Call and see us. Every FARMER should read dailiThe Chicago Post. Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. Every PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Postf —. Freeh Drugs. 8 THE GREAT PAPER. Every 8RAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER. THE BEST IS HOHE TOO GOOD FOR YOU. Subscribe through your comm...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 July 1902

£&$* #»£.' mu fi­ st: if *7^ MYALTON. Jul? 16—ilark LawSfrt and wff« of Biekjpond, Mino nwfcin+b* WlUge. vu itiiig rrintives. $? 4 Mies May Lanibe* 10 bom* from Gi bert where she bun been teaching. Mm. Jlay B.own vi«i tin it k«r par am*, Mr. and Mrs. Wa.vu«-, MI Barnum. Miss Mary WolfOertf or m. Cloud 1 here ou a vfsit. Mis* Lois Parkin* of Pine Island i* visiting ^ith Miss l.«stina trkius. July 19—Erue-t utwell aid wif %ent to Cleirwater Sutu day to visit Ur. Bout well parebtM. Paul Hiioda rtturued from Mora Sat* nrday. Mrs. T. E. Wolfender and bab&ar rived Saturday noou from Delano on* a •isit to her mof4r Mra AJ, i'bi|bce. Born—Saturday, Joly 19, to Mr. and Mr*. W. L. McUonsarle, a daughter July 21—In driviug from Lit le ('alia Sunday evening Rev. Ciar. got on the wrong roaJ and was ictin amaze tit wilderness and wir«- fences winch delayed him beyond the appoiuted tiuie. Mr. C. Douglas and Miss Mildred Douglas con­ ducted the services until his arrival. Mr. and Miss Dougl...

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

25c, at per yard A Fort Dodge father who is so for­ tunate as to have two daughters of marriageable age. recently took. oc­ casion to have his sofa newly up­ holstered and here is what he found between the back and the cushion: Forty-seven bair pins, thirty-nine collar buttons, three mustache combs, one thousand three hundred sixty-one pins, thirty-three needles, fourt en cigarettes, six photographs, sixty-five grains of coffee, fifty-six cloves, twelve pocket knives, two hundred and thirty-four cuff but­ tons, one phial'of homeopathic med­ icine, forty-four lumps of chewing & ft=H. _J& A *&sa MID-SUMMER SALE Pretty Dress Stuffs at Half Price* This is the greatest sale of pretty cotton dress stuffs you or we ever saw. It would not be such a wonder if we had a sale of this kind a month from now, but to have a haif price sale at this time, just in the middle of the buying reason, is, to say the least, very enterpri ing. Investigate these prices. 750 yards of pretty summer ...

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

-I II, 'It:, ••V. v\": '^v Wf E ife L,.^ ^rrtfT^ My [Cwiiiuwl from last week.] SYNOPSIS. PART I.—Three rogues, Hayle, Kitwater yad Codd, meet at Singapore. Latter two nave learned of existence of hidden treas­ ure at Sengkor-Wat—old Burmese ruin SevesChinese ear border. Hayle only half be­ account, but nevertheless agrees to Join In search. PART II.—Reaching Sengkor-Wat, the •ten make their way through the ancient streets and toward the once splendid pal­ ace. Toward dusk after a most tedious aearch they come upon secret entrance to underground vaults, in, which are discov­ ered great quantities of bar gold ar.d uncut rubies and sapphires*. Hayle fills both hands with gems and the men make their way outside again. On reaching camp they And their two Burmese servants, slain and horribly mutilated, Chinese fashion. Dur­ ing the night Hayle secures treasure and •te&ls away into the Jungle. PART III—Utterly exhausted and Un­ conscious, Hayle Is found by English offi­ cers near front...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 August 1902

-~r-m $S&iH mmm W-.-i [0 nii»ut*d fromdaet wret-k.] 8YHOP9IS. FART I.—Three rogues, Hayle, Kitwater •ad Codd, meet at Singapore. Latter two *av*s learned of exUtence of hidden treas­ ure at Sengkor-Wat—old, Burme&e ruin sear Chinese border. Hayle only half be­ lieves account, but nevertheless agrees to Join in search. PART II.—Reaching Sengkor-Wat, the men make their way through the ancient streets and toward the once splendid pal­ ace. Toward dusk after a most tedious search they come Upon s«cret entrance to underground vaults, in ..which. are discov­ ered great Quantities of bar gold and uncut rubles and sapphires^ Hayle Alls boch hands with gems and the, men make their way outside again. On reaching camp they find their two Burmese servants-slain: and horribly mutilated, Chinese fashion. Dur­ ing the night Hayle secures treasure and •teals away into the Jungle. PART III:—Utterly exhausted- and iih eonscious, Hayle is found by English offi­ cers near frontier station of Na...

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

FRDM^AR^O^AD^tf ••X.i.Q. IB S -1 »r "^W.WWSR^WS -isf it i.. rut :J if'» '.»its a-sii -i3? ri,ai lACHIEVClMSNiT& x: sti ra Eh ti n- sitaus i*}fD ai^rat .9 si'ora^i -s-u so «.• 'oTOfr.x. -nr?c9. -iriaa oe r? rj»uj if:a1i9£*e-8: ?.?.<p></p>TOWN PSPUtMW3U8hUMe =. ::i-i.'i .• 5 •.}-•.• aooia'-a -t... 'i'-sjo ti'.?a ir: K3vP ten ••/iy "in" '((if-igrf •Mia rrvr iljV .tea tc':i rt:x .i .BOYHOOD. DAYS. Lepn$rj|',A." Rosi iig,r D^pcratic candi­ date for' governor "of Minnesota, ls reproduced from. th,e' St, Baul. Gtobe There is no truer guage of a man's worth than the lifeKwlift!b he fives''in his, h$iet anS'.^i^ estimation in which he is hgjd l?y th£ ^en?^d-v^QB}Ai|:^rlK have known him from •-•chtMh,o©«ipas plajriaate j^ighl#jr tfncf $^$CA~ru.. •jNo manhasa everv man motvefd«UgMf»iJ1raiiM li£#u^*'isf -iiei^ydfoief- iii\'h^'.'r4^r^ 'sf ever? man ^e^aPd^ Bogng fri^n^ 'ev^iY 'H$tpirtftnw,S"^^ cli^y liis iipjrie iija^ a charmingr wife and -three, -'beantifui ch^dT¥H i:s^thV •^ife...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 August 1902

l^TT «:0 3tw iwsaq t'soi .mTTT^rnr5F3$ 3. Li-j* 6KETCH OF?.T.H^c5AIUi^B 9F THE .^EMOeitftTiC^-'CA'NP tOATg^~ r. miia/.3L FQR GOVERNOR. FRDMTARiStol^ADlll^Ht# HIS UF E TJpC9BB eUKt.'OF H^IB: 'P cachVB\^«N44:'^^"^ lit. 1 \l :*vf(S*l 3 Ji 17?iTS* '. otoi ft *.y 1 POPULAR JN'mS^CyiilflWII HIS BEST FRI |NP$ THE NJf KV^fO Hav-e Sif known him: FRb&V••'••' ifcOYHOQBDAYS. There is no .truer guage of a man's worth than the life which he'lives in his hoine and 'the- estimation in which he is held by the men apd om#n who have known him from chiidhoo#,--as playmate, neighbor a'n^5 ?i,iizeh. 1 jpv h&y:'16$§n cha^gid' tfiat The Dt has ri^veV m#&€ a pbliiical%acrifice.' tf Leonard A." Rosing, Democratic candi date for governor of Minnesota-, is reproduced from the St. Paul Globe: u_ No man has a more delightful' home life 6*1' is held'.closer iii1 t:he''i'egar'd ''of Wf? friend, every child .knows h"i^ chefery. smil^j'apcV his home, ma'4e brighter l^y! "Part^" a charming' wife and three...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 August 1902

Zm-i- s$8t£^ UTTLG FALLS HERALD •BTABLIIMID. 1W9. fiER^LD printing company OHM. V. VAMLY. B»lf OR. J. VASALY. ASST. KDITOfl. ^It HEBALDIe paUlaM Its* Wtoi j(or iiag at Herald Bulldlog, Kidder Street, litand aeeond-claM mall matter. ordering address of their pa* Medmnit uwftyi |h rthdr former jivMl their present Mdns. AB paper* are continued ontoM as explicit Mdirlireeelred for discontinuance and Ball arrearages are paid. Hi date to which a subscription Is paid •tinted after the addreee. Subscribers wishing magasines or other odicals can hare same in connection with I HKKALD at reduced rates. •1.CO MR YlARi FRIDAY. AUG 1. Democratic Ticket. For Congressman 6th District: J. A. Du3ow. ForGoverior: L.. A. ROSING. The Republican Ticket. For Governor—Van Sant nom­ inated to please the anti-merger ites. To offset this and please the merger it es, Charley Mitchell, Hill's dauntless champion, was appointed editor of the press bereau. For Lieutenant Governor—Ray Jones, nominated to please the...

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

naiu comet in sealed pound packages only, thus in­ suring freshness, strength, flavor and uniformity. 6. C. Raymond has placed an electric fan in his ice cream parlor*. A small blaze did a little damage io the abed back of Mre. Connelly *9 tstore Saturday morning, but was soon put ou The Wild West show sold a buffa­ lo cow and calf to F. Otremba of Pierz, who has several buffalo at his place. Two cowboys took the animals out Saturday. Elk River Star News: Wallace Withiam and wife of Little Falls, have been visiting old friends and neighbors in Elk River the past week. ^They like their new home at Little Falls exceedingly well. Liquor licenses were granted to Lucas Schrieber, with John Schrie ber and J. A. Viktor sureties T. J. Monahan, with J. J. Dolin acd W. M. Fuller euretiee A. Rocheleau, with J. Kiewel and E. Pilon sureties. Eric Anderson was granted license with L. Gaudet and L. Signor as, sureties. Starbuck Times (25): Carl Jacob son waB among the excursionists from Morris Sun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 August 1902

er ytHBRON. lis, Minn BERGHEIM Lawyti Little Falls, Minn lk. 'ey^LRwU Office irnmsffi wONtud Brldgt!W0i*fW»# ar Teeuir ^H or qduotujio K.«iVsnr It III j- 5 i' t'lUtlBfj 111 II ..'.i'f GOilA. M. FORTIER, M. D.. C.M.. Gradu rd^lwrsity,,. nJfcr Cftiaaa, Surgeon to St. o9Sce~ t« S E S S an N L. ga^WSte^^S"', to 11 al'tt'.i^'to 4 ufltfltoiS'lKlni.u.®!'^ lence.PHtkman Hotel. Phone connections. MILmPAUUH. UUHIUIHll ami block BOIIPI Othe C. TRACE. M. D. Ehjlfeilian aiy surgeon to St. GabriM,sl3o«pi*a4, anr1 to Northern Pacific R. R. Office Iw5" toll a. m.. to 2 to 5 pi a,! Office lu] Lind bergh block. "RwilOTticej.south Fofolth .St east of Court House Little Falls. Mil n. ££tllllH' IT-j c«rYr»" We belie^e-.wpyajr^ some ol tbegrandest harness otfers thisto.wii ha8«Terr|eep. We Qflija't particularize here but if yo^ ^ill gi vp pa pal}, 't­ will come right .djojvn to fold.fj§ip(tfc» and show you some of Jhe r.p,* markable bargains in pintle" and double, light and heavy harness arid all sorts o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 August 1902

UU Jul 11 gravel Mercantile Co., The Leading Grocers- Lowest PiH-f Prop: of i" For a short time we will make it an object to those wishing to build.. S a A'l of oar property is principal industries. Satisfaction Guarantee Morrison Co. Roller Hills. ZDx-.GKEBSOIISr ...pcntist... In practice 25 years. Residence and Office Close Block, Little Falls. American House JOHN B.EEDE. Prop* Good Accommodation FRANK J. JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in arness ui Saddlery and everything nsually kept In a. firet-claesHarness shop. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Broadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, OKGANS, AND SEWING MACHINES. FOLOM'S MiiSIC STORE 'Advertise TheHEBALD rresh close to all the Call and see us. ii ii ii ii ii THE CHICAGO POST K,, Every ARMER should read daily The Chicago Post, Eyery LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. Every PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. Ejrery GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post. THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER, THE BEST IS HO...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 1 August 1902

5 to- aSi» ^^Tsr-a? Jfcly SO—The Are depqrtm »tit waa alH o«t by tbnl«fmMiia'itiiy (1?hr •knit midnight., the dietrict school Bi yon fir*. OJ their arrival thev 8wid the bnildirnc and all nay that it W IIIIHI WTLI an o?o." of BIOMO Whk-fc shows that tbe Are was the work •f an iawndiary. Af'er a f*w hours of work the company HIWPMMI in idling the Brt than taviuK the walls Alt are brick v«»Hi»«»red. The building M»niaared $2000 and wil I be rebu! aaeooa a* tbe loss is a- jubt-d. Tut* afcipl bjaid hH«offered a reward of fW) Khivli will lw paid TO the person «r y* vaunt* fiirt-ipbiug evidence to bring «lot the conviction of the party or ^parties responsible for the fire. There is a»i-lieof thepe pet a tor yet, but the gsvwl be'ief is, that th»»oh:ef cause in JK to the evaluating agitation against lie strict school, and that probably uranfteble minded person committee iWdeed with th« intention of perform' sag a good act. If thii g-t coutinue to IP— wore* here as the* hare beendoing tor s...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 August 1902

yard PRICESI A Remarkable Obituary. The following VOL 14. NO. 30 LITTLE FALLS., THE TOMELTY STORE MEWS A The greatest July selling that this store ever had and we see at this dis­ tance that August selling will beat all records because we make prices that make ic wise for you to anticipate future wants. Prices that appeal to the money saving instincts of the Thrifty ladies of Little Falls Women's 50c Belts at 25c r!. 25« These are particularly smart looking belts of morocco seal and patent leather in various colors some shaped, others plain. All are very good 50c value, at each Sale of UNDERWEAR and STOCKINiS for WOMEN and Children* This sale presents just the sort of underwear and stockings that hundreds of women are just ready to buy. Popular kind and por»nUr prices, yet at very substantial reductions from prices already seemingly low enough. Good Books at ISc. A list of 4) bright stories bv the best present day authors. All copyrighted, ne-itiy bound in cloth,print­ ed from the s...

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

1-rC W: ffi. v.': l-W !A [0 MjiirniffJ from !a«t w«*-k.] SYK0F9I9. Kar Chinese border. Hayle wily half be vss account, but nevertheless agrees te Jain In search. PART n.-Reachln* CHAPTER IV.—One evening Fairfax finds himself followed by two ruffians,, but manages to elude them. Suspecting they will repeat performance he goes forth th« next night, but with one of bis most pow­ erful men but a little behind. Finding that he ls indeed followed, Fairfax turns Into a dark street and turns about and con­ fronts ruffians who confess they have been hired to brain him. Finding where they were to meet their principal, detective goes in their place to keep appointment. He conceals himself and 16 much sur prised to see Mr. Bayley approach. CHAPTER V.—From the managing dl rector of the Santa Crus-Mining company Fairfax learns there Is no Bayley in their employ. The director,' tidwever, reraiem bers a former clerk who. answers to the description given by the detective his name was Gideon Hayle. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 August 1902

0? Ws« rafc ^iPsWt with "Hayle The first seemed the most' I had alighted from the carriage I had given up all hope of escape. On the contrary, had it not been for the pres­ ence of three burly fellows,.who imme­ diately took Bp their places beside me, I fancy I should have made a dart! for liberty. Under the circumstances, however, to have attempted such a thing would have been the height of folly. Five to one, that is to say, if... 1 include the coachman in the num­ ber, with the gates closed behind me, were too long odds, and however hard I might have fought, I could not pos­ sibly have been successful. "Perhaps you will be kind enough to step into the house," said Hayle. "The air is cold out here, and I am afraid lest you might take a chill." Before complying with his order I looked around me once more, to see if there was any chance of escape. But so far as I could see there, was not one. I accordingly followed one of my captors iinto the building, the re­ mainder bringing up th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 August 1902

%\»#p umsFms iW •»tabli*hBO. Hit. BER&LD PRINTING COMPANY OHM. M. VASALY. P. J. VASALY. A»»T. HKBALD Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. The republican congressional campaign book has been issued. Everything that is good since Adam left Paradise, is cred­ ited to the O. and the Lord doesn't get any credit at all. Some people exceedingly ob­ ject to labor unions, but have nothing to say about combinations of capital. The uaions of this country have done more to hold wages steady and get workmen their rights, than laws and tariffs. The acme of Pecksniffian hypoc­ risy and political poppycock was reached when Chas. Mitchell, the fierce mergerite editor of the Alexandria Post-News, was ap­ pointed manager of the republican press bureau. Governor Van Sant must smile when he thinks of it, and Jim Martin—who likes a joke as well as anybody—must often chuckle. Martin probably suggested Mitchell for the place. Very Kev. A. P. Oecl^ering, dean to the bishop of Ft. Wayne/ Ind., does not like Archb...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 August 1902

CROWNED Edward, King ol England noxious coating City Council. The council met in regular session Monday evening, alt present. Consulting Engineer Cappellen presented the final estimate on the pier and abutment work of the new bridge an follows: West abutment .-$4734.65 Pier No. 1 2! 56 64 Pier No. 1 2819 25 Pier No. 3 3511.19 Pier No. 4 2226.67 East abutment Pier No. 5 350 30 Tier No. 6 ....197.10 Total $1601-5 81 Previously paid 11393 67 Due ou final estimate $4701.94 With the estimate Mr.'Cappel.en sent in the following l-tter: Jeutleuneu:— I bav« the pleasure to report lb it tbe substructure for the Broadway bridge across the Mississippi was completed to fi«v and I hereby attach Final E*t.imat. I thiol itbntproper to state that it has been a pleasure to do business with the co tractors for the work, A ecu*jer and D. Harrison. They have in every respect carried out my instruc­ tions and the specifications and the re­ sult i« v^-ry satisfactory to your engi neer aud 1 hope to you M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 8 August 1902

W GM. 1 •ERGHEIM 8t CAMERON. Little FftllB, allnaeaoTa. Office 1—3 Bn«kman ?lk 1 Lawyers, N E At«on»ey at Law. Will practice in all court*. Office First Nat'lBankBldg., Little Fal J. 4. P.H. MEBO. Dentist. tiesita ie of Crown and BrldwWork and Straight of Irregular Teetn. Gas or oduntundi lee palnlew extraction of teeth. Over th Pair Btoer. •-. M. D., C. M.. Gradu »te _nivfreity. Montreal A.FORTIER,—. v.. of Victoria University. Montreal. Canada Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital office hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2to 4 p. n» store resldenc* office over Wetsal'e drni corner of Third street ao Second ave. N. E and surgeon Office In Rhodes block. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. n. Resi­ dence Buck man Hotel. Phone c9nnections. M. ROBERTS, G. MILLSPAUGH, physician and sur- Keon Flyn block Office hours: 1 to 4 a. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner ihlfd ave. and Third St. S. E. O11surgeon C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and to St. Gabriel's Hospital, and to the Northern Pacific R...

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