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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 August 1898

Removed to... 1 Pianos Stein way Kuabe Story & Clark Ludwig Krell Royal Smith & Bros. Grimy finger marks seem to grow on the woodwork about the house. They come easily and they stick, too—unless you get rid of them with fw' ,i4 MER Our hats are the SWELL hats, so they told us during the opeaiug and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made their selections, but we are getting a great many more hats in every day and would be glad to take your orders at any time. 5^3 TAMOSMIERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS ON HAND. In our eagerness t» please the ladies we have not forgotten tile children ... IMIZRS HOSCH J. W. BERG, Heavv Shelf Hardware MECHANICS AND FARMING TOOLS L. D. Lipdbergh Block. CHAS. H. BROWN Gity IDrc.ner Stora FI.V\X BLOCK. COR. BROADWAYAND FIRST STS PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. r,ny( ®oUSTitt It makes all cleaning easy. THE N. K. FAIRBAJfK. COMPANY* Chicago. St. Louis. New York. Boston. Philadelphia. A\VM Lb* «r ILUIfJEPY O FIVE LANGUAGES SPOKEN siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 August 1898

Pr• 1\ 1 s»i 'l.if-V Hi TJpsala »ug. 16 Harvefet has been going on quite freely. Emil Carlson has purchased a new ^binder. Mrs. Hannah Johnson and Mrs. Thilda Car'son, were loading wheat ail day Thursday. Charlie Lunstein and Andrew Swed *back left for Dakota Sunday afternoon. Somebody was sorry that day. Ernest Extroni and Mr. Holraen left Saturday. Werner Sundgien returned home from ^St. Paul. Bat. Aug. 6th. He was wel •cotned back to the singing choir. There have l»eeu lots of raspberries ifchui year. Mr, Johnson from Minneapolis visited itow Bolin two weeks. He also taught the choir in singing. Miss Alma Nilson will be quite 8 •7i)usician by aud by. L'iss Hokanson, who] has been at Rev. tBoiin's returned home this week. Miss Kulander. who has been at Pete •Patterson's returned home Aug. 7th Mrs. Peterson has quit hauling milk to the creamery. Miss Shultz returned home from Minn­ eapolis lust week. Miss Ella Hokanson returned from Minneapolis? Aug. 11. Oscar Martinson left for Da...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 August 1898

1 I VOL. 10. NO. 26. Fill! II FLOATER Ghastly Find by Men Work­ ing in the Boom Crew. THE BODY UNIDENTIFIED Maybe Either William Mc Cauiey or Young Man Named St. Clair. The men employed at the log sort­ ing works several miles north of town found the dead body of a man amoug the logs Wednesday morning. The body was in the river a little north of Wm Rasicot's place. Tl:e coroner was sent for and went out accompanied by Undertaker David Hnrtiug. The body was so badly decom­ posed that Mr. Harting had to put a blanket under and around it to get it out of the water. The upper part of the head, from the nose up­ ward, was gone, also both feet and one arm. A suit of woolen under­ wear and a dark checked shirt were on the body, and no other clothes. The body was evidently that of a middle aged man, about five feet six inches in height. The coroner de­ cided no inquest was necessary and the remains were buried. When John Reede, landlord of the American House, heard of the find­ ing of the d...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 August 1898

A GREAT POPULAR EXCURSION TO DULUTH ON Aug VIA RAILWAY. A special train will leave Little Falls at 8:40 a. m., running via. Brainerd, arriving at Duluth at 1:40 p. m. Returning, leaves uluth at 5 p.m., Sunday August 28th, thus allowing one full day, to spend as you choose in the Zenith City. Saturday evening, Aug­ ust 27th a GRAND CONCERT BY Swedish Singing Societies Of MINNESOTA, In convention at DXJLTJTH. Tickets Good Going and Coming Only on Spectal. You wiii Regret It if You Miss it. Remember the Date and the Fee. RELIABILITY is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these days of "yellow" journalism. They care little for trutb and a great deal for temporary sensation. It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD. The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability. It prints the news—all the news—and tells tlie truth about it. It is the only American newspaper outside New York dty that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service agd its own staff correspondents and artists at...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 August 1898

l| I: 1 I s^v»,^,.* rtr-nNs-.,*»,{, IU •'"'fXPpV&t' jr.. FIRST NATIONAL BANK CaPITaL $50,000 Surplus and Undiv'd Profits $25,000 Dl ECTORS A. Davidson, C. A. Lindbergh, M.M. Williams, Peter w, Blake, Wm. Davidson Theo. Wold, H. C. Garvin, Drew Musser. R. M. Weyerhauerer, C. D.Hawley, A. E. Davidson. Transact a general banking businese, buy and sell ioreign and domestic exchange. Pay nterest on time deposits M**M3E5im:uBKS3$_-.'tXv.^- n» ii 1 8? pip»j Finest Trains OH Earth ST. PAUL AND [Vrippeapolis TO Chicago Electric Lighted,SteamBeated. Dr. Wm. McDaniel, Office and Rfs'Jence One Door North of Dr. Fortier's, 1st St. O O N E Is your hsalt'i. Your hanDlnens is your strength. Keep the 55ej»rt and iKroat clear and healthy and vour mind and brain is always at reft and ease. Cl'SHJIAX'S MEKkTaoS^ ISHALKll is the greatest reliet to mankind In all head troubles. CUKKS coins, SOKE THROAT, CA TARJTC11I. That awful odor of Catarrh dis­ appears bv its use. Wonderful In Hav Feverand Asthma...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 August 1898

g« li $ Mi, .. v^"" is fe iitii VJi trrrtE FALLS E8TABLI8HED. 1889. KITTLE FALLS i-'R! NFTING COMPANY CHAS. if. VASALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Friday Horning at 201 Broadway, "Vasaly Block Entered as second-class mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa pers changed must always gh their forme: well as their present address. All papers are continued unless an explicit order is received for discontinuance and un- il all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or othe iriodicals can have same in connection witl FE HEEAI.D at reduced rates. $1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY. AUG. 26. Our Circulation. Printers' Ink (New York): The Littlt Falls, Minn., al d" is credited with the largtet circulation accorded to anv paper in Little Falls or in Morrison county. Democratic Ticket. For Governor— JOHN LIND. For Lieutenant Governor— J. W. BOWLER. For Secretary- of State— JULIUS J. HEINK1CBS. For Treas...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 August 1898

When buying goods always con­ sider quality with price. We aim to give the best goods for the money. If not just as represented return and get your money. Mail orders will always receive prompt and careful attention. If you can­ not come your self, send lis your order, and we will take care of you. DRIED FRUIT We have a large assortment of Dried Fruits which are cheap, but will soon be higher. 3 lb» Fancy Cal. Peaches 25c 5 lbs Good Cal. Prunes 25c We are selling a fine wash board for i5c A good broom 15c A good can salmon 10c Swift's fancy ham 10c Swift's fancy bacon 10c Swift's sausage 10c COFFEE We are selling the finest Gol­ den Rio coffee ever offered for the money, per lb 5c All package coliee 11c Our best Mocha and Java leads all others, 3oc 3 for 81 00 TEAS 'We are headquarters for Tea. A good tea dust 15c A good tea 25c Our 35c tea is the standby. It has not its equal for the money. Fresh compressed Yeast daily, per cake 2c Tanner's. Use Royal Best Patent flour. It is the b...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 August 1898

Professional Cards BERTRAM, M. Physician and O. Jgeon. Dr.of 7\ BUT- geon, Swanrille, Minn. Gt-rmar I poken. Office in Swanvlllt Pharmacy. Offlco flonrs: 8 to 10 a, m. 1 to 3 p. m. 6 to 6 p, m. M.A. FORTIES, M.D., C.M..Graduat»-! of Victoria University. Montreal. Canada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hcepital O to 1 0 a a 2 to 4 Office over Wetzel's drug store rcxldeucc. corner of First street and First ave. N. E. LM.D. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeoi Philadelphia, J&. L. P. G. London, England. Specialty, nose, throai •nd ear. Office hours: 9 to 31 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Telephone. Residence a Hotel Bncknian. Offices in Rhodes block. G. 11LLSPAUGH,'.physician and sui ^lynn block Office bours: 1 4. p. m. un«l 7 to S p. ni. ResicJenca corne Thirrl ave. and Third St S. E. O C. TRACE. 51. D, Physician anj to St, Gabriel,* i-urgt on. urg*on Hopiitil. U! to Kurt hern Pacific R. R. Office lions. 9 to 11 a. m., to 2 IO 5 p. M. Oihcein I.imlbi'i jili biock. Residence, Soutli Fourth St....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 August 1898

& Removed to... 1 Pianos S Stein way Knabe Story & Clark •Ludwig Krell Royal Smith & Bros. •yyVy, TVV. £& Healthful ness of the bath depends largely on cleanliness of the bath tub. Court health and shun sickness by using flflE SUMMER PILklfiEPY oU^_ WASHING Oin-hats are tbe SWELL hats, so they told us duriug the opeuju"- and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made t-h*ir selections, but we are getting a great many more hats in every day and would he glad to take your orders at any time. TAIHOSHANTERS FOR BOYS Pioneer Drug Store. FPESH DPUGS Lipdbergh Block. CHAS. H. BROWN City IDrrixer S"bo3?© FLYNN BLOCK. COR. BROADWAYAND FIRST STS PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. FIVE LANGUAGES SPOKEN gmiiimiuiiMmnmuiBiuiiniMmyiHiiBniiiBiimiifflHiiiiHfflpmmHiiHi^ jsfe Easy Payment*. .1 REQ-ENT ZITHER: FFEWOD for all household cleansing purposes. Largest package—greatest economy. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, rhliwmv St. Louis. AND Hardware MECHANICS AND FARM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 26 August 1898

N Aag. 23 Mrs. A. ^Nichols, of St. Cloud, has been visiting tlieGeiaeel folks since Friday. Miss Helen Geissel returned borne from St. Uloud Friday with her brother/ Mat. who went there Wednesday. Our industrious young girls liberally gave assistance in cleaning windows .of tbe Holy Cross church last Monday. •John A. Barron was in St. Cloui Wednesday, Thursdt|y and Fridav of last, week on business. It is rumored that Joe Klein is en­ gaged to marry Anna Janish in the near future. Jno. .4. Barton was in Little Falls the first part of last week on business. John Nodo, the Opole merchant, was announced to *he public for the first time last Suuda.v by- Father Schelouka. John is a hustler, for if he wasn't he should not have succeeded in finding his lost rib as soon as that. John A. Barton was over in Rices yes­ terday on business. That SteVen Sobiech and Lizzie Trnt win are engaged to marry in the near uture is the talk of the people around here. Whether there is any truth in the statem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 September 1898

r* 'w VOL. 10. NO. 27. FROM PORTO RICO Peace Disappoints the Troops that Were Ready for Battle. LETTER FROM JAS. IRWIN Former Operator at Randall Now Sergeant in U. S. Sig­ nal Corps. as. H. Irwin, formerly telegraph operator at Randall, is now a ser­ geant in the United States Signal Corps. He is with General Brooke's armj corps in Porto Rico. The fol­ lowing letter from Sergeant Irwin will be read with interest: GI. AVA.MA, PORTO ttico, Aug. 16,1898. EDITOR HERALD: August ltf,1808, will be long remem­ bered by a good many people in the Unite'] States and especially by anyone who was at Guayama on that'date. Fight was the order of the day when reveille sounded and all was excitement and hustle. Most of the boys here had never been in a battle and all expected their hopes realized. The signal corps, of which I am a sergeant, \vere all ordered out and the lieutenant, who had charge of us was fortunate enough Porto Rico has not as warm a climate as most people think. It ha9 not been o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 September 1898

IS Humane Society At the meeting of the Humane society Thursday night last week a committee to solicit membership was chosen, and a constitution adopted, which is as follows: ARTICLE I. This organization shall be called the Little Falls Humane society. ARTICLE II. This society shall be a branch of the Minnesota society for the preven­ tion of cruelty, and its object shall be to act in Harmony and unison with said principal society, and other societies of similar character to prevent and punish cruelty to children and animals, of whatever name to procure the strict enforce­ ment of all laws of this state relating to the prevention of cruelty to child­ ren and animals, and to labor earn­ estly to secure the passage and en­ forcement of such other laws, as shall be dictated by a high, en­ lightened and humane civilization to shield the helpless from worry and oppression of every kind and nature. ARTICLE 111. The ofiici-rs of this society shal .consist of'one president, two vice preside...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 September 1898

FIRST NATIONAL BANK CaPITaL $50,000 Surplus and Undiv'd Profits $25,000 Dl ECTOR8_—— A. Davidson. C. A. Lindbergh, Al.M. Williams, Peter W. Blake, Win. Davidson Theo. Wold. H. C. Garvin, Drew Musser. R. Af. Weyerhauerer, C. D.Hawley, A. R. Davidaon. Transact a general banking business, buv and sell ioreign and domestic exchange. Pay nterest on time deposits OEBSEES^.1 Finest Trains on Earth ST. PAUL AND |Viippeapolis TO Chicago Electric Lighted,SteamHeated. Dr. Wm. McDaniel, Office and Residence One Door North of Dr. Fortier's, 1st St. YOUR FORTUNE Is your beal'b. Your bapoiness is your strenetb. Keep the Head and Throat clear and healthy and your mind and brain is always at rest. and ease. CUSHMAX'S X£STUOL 1KHALEB is the greatest relief to mankind in all head troubles. CUKES COLBS, SOKE THSOAT, CA TARKH. That awfnl odor of Catarrh dis­ appears by its use. Wonderful in Hay Fever and Asthma. tTBlTY OSILT CUSIIHAN'S. If on enn't A It it Druggists send for it. By bbA, 50 rents. for Bo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 September 1898

S lifeh' jft V4 £'i It 3Jj'£ •V- E6TABLI8HED. 1889. MJTTLE FAI S t'B) NTING COMPAN CHAS. K. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Frldai Horning at 201 BroatJway, Vasaly Block Entered as second-class mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their if Mrs changed must always gh their fornn-' II well as their present address. All papers are continued unless an exDlici order is received for discontinuance and uh flail arrearages are paid. The dnte to which a subscription is paid if minted after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or othei periodicals can have same in connection with TUB HERALD at. reduced rates. $1.50 PERIYEAR. FRIDAY. SEPT, 2. Our Circulation. Printers' Ink (New York): The Little Falls, Minn., Herald is credited with the largest circulation accorded to any paper in Little Falls or in Morrison county. 1898 September. 1898 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. Su. 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 Democratic Ticket....

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 September 1898

1 1 .4F When buying goods always con­ sider quality with price. We aim to give the best goods for the money. If not just as represented return and get your money. Mail orders will always receive prompt and "careful attention. If you can­ not come your self, send us your order, and we will take care of you. DRIED FRUIT We have a large assortment of Dried Fruits which are cheap, but will soon be higher. ,3 llw ancv Cal. Peaches 25c 5 lbs Good Cal. Prunes. ......25c We are selling a fine wash board for 15c A good broom 15c A good can salmon 10c Swift's fancy ham 10c Swift's fancy bacon 10c Swift's sausage 10c COFFEE We are selling the finest Gol­ den Rio coffee ever offered for the money, per lb 15c All package cofiee 11c Our best Mocha and Java leads all others, 35c 3 for $1.00 TEAS We are headquarters for Tea. A good tea dust 15c A good tea 25c Our 35c. tea is the standby. It has not its equal for the money. Fresh compressed Yeast daily, per cake .. 2c Tanner's. Use Royal Best Patent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 September 1898

igv O Cof M. A. FORTIER, M.D., C.M..Graduati "Victoria Univereity. Montreal Canada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital Office hours 8 to lO a. m. and 2 to 4 p. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence corner of Firf-t street and First ave. N. E. LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and aurgeoi Philadelphia, ^a. L. P. G. London, England. Specialty^ nose, throa and ear. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to •nd 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Residence ai Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes block. G. MI ULSPAUGH, .-physician and snr geon. Klynn block Offica hours: 1 to 4 p.m. aud 7 to 8 p. m. Residenc-j corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. Oital. C. TRACE, M, D, Physician and surgeon. Surgeon to St, GabrieLt* Hop Surgeon to Northern Pacific R. R. Office hovrs. 9 to 11 a. m., to 2 phone connection, Wetzel's drug store., Little Falls, Minn. Dr.of F. MERO dentist. Specialties made Crown ami Bridge work and Straight ening of Irregular Teeth, Gas or oduntunder lor painless extraction of teeth. Over First National Ban...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 September 1898

J'i.-? Jt *?oJ SSI 1 If Lend a Hand! is the cry of women whose housework is beyond their physical powers. Such women need to know that all cleaning is made easy by G°lfer Washing Powder It's as good as an extra pair of hands in the household. It saves time and worry.] Largest package—greatest economy. THE N. K. FAIR BANK COMPANY, Chicago. St. Louis. New York. Boston. Philadelphia. |P TAIiQSHANTERS FOR ftM Our hats are the SWELL hats, so they told as during the opening and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made their selections, but we are g-ettinir a great m«u.y more hats in every day and would be glad to take your orders at any time. In our eagern forgotten the uhildrt fleavv s- Shelf Hardware HAHICS AND FARMING TOOLS Removed to... CHAS. Ci-fcy 1 Pianos Stein way Knabe Story & Clark Ludwig Krell Royal Smith & Bros. S Easy Payments. BOYS AND GIRLS ON HAND. pleafe the ladies we have not IMIIRS HOSCH 93 L. D. BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store. FFESH DpUGS Lipdbergh Block. Wwtf Sash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 September 1898

ft-, I'' P1' &-•: hBS! i- W ,r Lincoln. Aug. 30,—Fred,Charley and Dan Ran­ dall went out to Glen wood bunting last week. John Moe and family, got back from Kensington Saturday night where he has been for amonth attending to his farming interest. He reports, a good crop and thegrain of extra good quality. Eddie Lathrop spent Sunday in Ran dall. Elder Briggs preached his farewell ser mo Monday evening. Rev. S. K. Tholhaug of Little Falls at tended service here Monday evening. Mrs. Grover of Batavia is in our vil­ lage sellingpatent medicines. Mrs. E. B. Grow started for South Dakota last Thursday. Mr. Glidden and Mr. Coltnan that went to Dakota a week ago failed in getting work and are at home again. Mr. Glidden began workiug on the section Monday. School will begin next Tuesday Sept. 6th with Fred Burral of Little Falls as teacher. Wainright Picket reports a new car­ riage. Huff. Aug. 30—Grain stacking all done and thresher is hearing. W. H. Gish went to Little Falls Mon­ day. So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 September 1898

**•)"*. j-- jr. 1 it is proved? It ml JTTLE 7 The Question of Munici­ pal Politics In It—The only kind of politics there is the movement to have the city own alight and water system is the politics which seeks the welfare of the city's inhabitants. What effect such a movement will have on individuals now or in the future, has nothing* to do with the great basic fact that the city ought to own public utilities. In the present case, because the editor of the Transcript is a candidate for office, and is also manager of the present system and op­ posed to municipal ownership, it has been said that the movement was to injure him. If the movement is a good one, how can it injure any good citize n? If it is a bad one, how can injure the man who opposes it when its badness is asked: Why start the senatorial caucuses are about to be held? First, why were not those caucuses held months ago? Mr. Fuller had entire control of the date. He could have called them at any time. It has taken some tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 September 1898

Committee Report and Mayer' Message. COMMITTEE REPORT. ITo tfae Ditj Council o! Little Falls, Minn. GENTLEMEN: Your committee, appointed to act -with the mayor in ascertaining the •-cost of a system of light and water .-service for this city, report as fol Sows: We have, in this investigation, san&de use of the data gathered by the •experts who recently visited the city. 'The figures we present are based on -a. eyeterr giving as good o** better j-resulfcs than the present one. The Northwest Engineering Co., of ^Sfe. Paul, has submitted a proposi­ tion to build an electric plant for f§,500. This plant is to have a ca­ pacity of 2,500 16-ca.ndle power, in­ candescent lamps and 26 arc lamps of same power as those now in use. This price includes everything nec cessary except power and power house, as may be seen from the pro­ position, which is here appended, marked "Exhibit A." There would be a reduction of $700 on this price if the power house is located on the east side. The Cran...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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