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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 December 1898

1 ^f|§ TAMQSHAHTERS 2£5S^ L$MV A i»ail Removed to... -CHAS. ,|j Pianos SSS Stein way US Knabe 55 Story & Clark S Ludwig S5 Krell *855' Royal SB Smitji & Bros. Our hats are the SWELL hats, so they toM us during the opening 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. FOR BOYS J. W. BERG,JO fleavv $ Shelf MECHANICS AND FARMING TOOLS Sy^J^tih U.^.Vfe ."£ ^^^f.-Aiyr^rv 1..... kii,...ife?A.. C.f-fc« A.. ,_.». ,U.. -4 1 rh .u,, ,V .* :~iv finder marks••*$* sa°n3 to o-i t!ie woodwork ftMtkl* \$#\X about the fc ^T.iey come easily aiid .^ tbev stick, too—uuless you get rid of them with It mdkes all clfamng easy. THE 5. K. PAIRBANK COMPAIFT) Chicapo. Boston. Philadelphia. L. BROWN Pioneer Drug FPESH Oil3:y" IDxnaer Store Easy Payments. FLl'MN BLOCK. COR. BROADWAYAND FIRST STS PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. FIVE LANGUAGES SPOKEN liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 December 1898

-•MS? fc gig •t Holiingfori. r,-. «*U» 7.—Frank AYinzHia wan Warzecha last Thursday as th« cbimty attorney thought the bond not. sufficient. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Camp yesterday a boy. The addition to the flour mill i* nearly completed. A tinner from St. Cloud is putting on a tin roof. Frank Whitman is on sick list but is improving. Valentine Batz shippwd a car load of cattle from Avon yesterday to the Twin Cities. Fred P. Hecklin arrived here Monday night and runs the flour mill nights dur­ ing the busy sea on. A. Kohlor the energetic shoe salesman for a ('hicago firm was in the village last Monday. Rev. Wm. Wilkios weut to St. Cloud last Monday and will return today. TJpsala. Cec, 6.—Viartin Martinson returned heme from Minneapolis Monday. School will close in distriet 61 next Friday. Gustaf Nygren preached in the Swedish Baptist church Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings of last week. Martin Misfelt and J. \Tohu6on have returned home. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Gus Strom an, Saturday, D...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

wfsmd V^Tf .\ »J*. VOL. 10. NO. 42. S81E10RE ELECTIONS Various Organizations Select Their Different Of­ ficers FOR THE NEXT YEAR G. A. R., K. of P., I O. O. F., Rebekah, Degree of Honor, Masons. G. A. R. Officers. Workman Post, No 31, G. A. has elected the following officers the next year: R., for Commander—W. E Harting. Senior Vice Com.—M. D. Huff. Junior Vice Com—Jas. Graj. Quartermaster—F. J. Farraud. Adjutant—Jas. Morton. Officer of the Day—H. G. Van Bus kirk. Corporal of the Guard—F. Heid briuk. K, P. Officers. Chancellor Commander—F. W. Lyon. Vice Chancellor—T. W. Mann. Master of Finance—S. Crowley. Master of Exchequer—H. A. Rider. Keeper Records and Seal—Harry Still veil. Master at Arms—W. A. Dow. Master of Work—F. H. Mero. Prelate—Frank Southmayd. I. O. O. F. Officers. Little Falls lodge, I. 0. 0. F., ^elected the following officers foi coming six months' term: has the Noble Grand—J. W. Jones. Vice Grand— W, T. Tourtillotte. Secretary—W. A. Butler. Treasurer—H. A. Rider. Tru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

J? f$r ^V* h\I)., e? -J'l fr S .'1 4 J$tieK.^ir?%f ?gmm~ SvWs "Dms &oo&s ta\a.r\meu\s. ^KivJS! The only place where you can find absolute satisfaction,new­ est goods and lowest prices. New and Up-to-Date Novelties. Dolls, Toys, Baby Carri­ ages, bums, Books, Toy Trunks, Doll Heads, Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets and Games. buy here is strictly up-to-date. We urge our many w'1 "isjt Of Every Description A & r"l if, l3-yVM«lS'Ss« v.w yw. 'kA 1 f__/?v. '.svlVar. v-1 .£ "p»- XW&i§fM lW Th^^CHRpf Ceritfe-of .?*Attr&tion: &A 'GflBpP CentfPeof Attraction v- 1 1 I S A E It is not an accident that the St. Paul Dry Goods Store is the leading store in LITTLE FALLS. Valuable inducements, combined with reliable merchandise, low prices and prompt service has given us this enviable position. The store has never presented a more amrzing array of splendor than at the present time, more than twenty departments and each one a store by it self. Do you wonder why it is that nine-tent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

SSSHBSK ?.r'5?v5^^ic:^5si nUGira ililllll ?*i^C?" ^1515^ Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Turkeys limply hang on high. Full of goodness, plump and ripened To be eaten by and by! All the grocers' shops are groaning, All the ovens full of pies And the dear time-honored pudding Soon our hunger satisfies! Oh, this dear old Merry Christmas! Was there ever such a time! Gladdest poets oft despairing Fail to give thee fitting rhyme. Better speak these merry children, Romping, rushing through the hall, "Merry, Merry, Merry Chrisftmas, Unto you, and unto all!". —Mary Olive Emmons, in Boston Bud'get. HOW TO MAKE A GIFT. The Wife of a New York Man Knew the Way to Do It. A certain New Yorker, whose in­ come permits the gratification of his generous impulses, wanted to send a Substantial gift to an^ old friend, a clergyman, whose smail parish in a distant community vouchsafed him more of love and reverence than sal­ ary, says the New York Times. "I am going to send $100," the New Yorker announce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

SUPPLEMENT TO Little Falls Herald. BY LITTLE FAI.I.S PTG. CO. LITTLE FALLS, MINN. HRQUGH he solemn mid­ night, ring­ ing, Falls the sweet, umphant singing he ch oir of Of the God. Hear the mes­ a are bringing. Hear the an­ swering song UiDSpringing Prom the echoing sod. Blessed voice of God's own angels, Echoing word of His evangels, Hark! they fall again. Balms for wounds and peace for an­ guish, Rest for souls that toil and languish, Peace, good will to men. From the sad earth's stricken places Lift the tear-worn, furrowed faces Christ the Lord' is born. Born to bear our cross and sadness Born to change our gloom to gladness Bring our night to morn. His the giving and forgiving, Bitter dying, anguished living, Cross and pain and smart. His the bearing and forbearing, Ours the blessing and the sharing Of His gracious heart. Soft the music grows and tender, Loving hearts, what can ye render To the Christ, your King? Praising voices fail and falter, What that's worthy of His altar Ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

PIRST' NATIONAL BANK OaPITaL $50,000 Surplus and Undiv'd Profits $86,000 Di KCTOKB— —7 A Davidson C.'A. a UB,.WUB, li -•If v.Undbcrgbv Mi Si. aivfiil «.lor U.M: Williams, Peter W, Blake, WmJDavidBot) Theo. Wold, H. C. Garvin/Drew Mueeer. R. M. Weyerhaoerer, C. D,Hawley, A. R. Davidson. Transact a general banklngbuBine««, bUT •ad sell ioreign and domestic «xnhanc«.' Pay ncereat on time deposit*, 1 I PI I Si Finest Trains on Garth ST. PAUL AND /(Viippeapolis TO Chicago Electric Lighted,SteamHeated. Dr. Win, McDaniel, Office and Residence One Door North of Dr. Fortier's, 1st St. YOUR FORTUNE Is your baal'-U. YourImpDiness la your strength. Keep the Heart and Throat clear find healthy and roar mind and brain is alwaya lesi. and ease. CUSJ-JMAIf'S v.'-i TA SS'SttTMOI- liVKAS.Kir is the greatest n.Iiet' to raankiml in all henc! troubles. CXJS? COINS, SOTS® TH S«,?.T, CA- »i~ 0:i:isrh WOMEH IS DOUBT Provides Sick, Accident surance rite for Particulars to or Minnessota. 4 dis- appesirs hv i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

I: '0 LITfLE FILLS HEB1LD ESTABLISHED. 1M9. UTTLE FALLS ift»STISefeOMPA»lY CHAS. I:. VA8ALY. EDITOR. the HERALD'te pnMMwd Etwt FtM»y Moving at 201 Broadway, Tmut Block- Entered as eecond-elaM m*B natter. Sabocribeiw ordering ftddnM oftbrtr y» changed must alWftp gl etMr former well as their present iddna. All papers are continued nsleu an eotuM* order is received for diseoattaiiiaaee and all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid Hinted after tbe address. (iubscrlbern wishing magazines or otwf veriodlcalg can have same in connection with TtB HERALD at reduced rates. S1.50 PERIYEAB. 1898 December. 1898 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat 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 31 FRIDAY. DEC. 16. THE LAST RESORT. The Little Palls Electric & Water Co., finding1 itself in sore straits, defeated in the state supreme court, and con­ fronted with the determina­ tion of the people of Little Falls to own a municipal light and wat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

SPWt •^e «1 -*y tt XJv1!r?s- Smok§i\B fPJBigar^ Attend the minstrel show tonight. Stephen Kirbv has resumed work at the First National bank. Vincent. Pulaski has been commis­ sioned postmaster at North Prairie. Walter Johnson has gone north, to be timekeeper in one of Buckman's camps. Wellington Hubbs, of Royal ton, has been granted a pension of $3 per month. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lindbergh, Friday. Dec. 9th, twins son and daughter. John Weaver, who has been clerk­ ing at Barney Burton's, has re­ turned to St. Cloud. School closes today for the Christ­ mas holidays. There were appro­ priate exercises in most of the rooms. Supt. I. L. Warren,- of the Pine Tree mills, left Monday for the north­ ern logging camps of the Pine Tree Co. A Mr. Thorson, of Randall, was aecidently hit on the head by an ax Saturday, makiDg a bad wound. Dr. Roberts attended. Toys, books and dolls of every de­ scription, also a fine.line of Xmas stationery at Jarboe & Lyman's. 42.2t. The annual sale of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

"v.. I vjp^CjjS "C". Is- r' uiS—4- OB L. J. Ot»ur C. TRACE, Hopital. DR.Store. D' ir. BEFORE A."5 AFSEit USING. 3«i p' gitd'ifyr- 8^a5^»6e*^Qs »T «-20 a. m. to3 P. n. p. mr* to $ M.A. FOBTIM, M.P..C. of VI etoria Univnatt c. \n# Yl Ctoflft HOD fff Canada. SorgeoA t«v' St. ftebrai Office howr»8 tol'O a. n, and 3 to 4 p. w». Office over Wetaeffr drug atom i^Wwai eoncr otFint itreet and Flnt»fc.R'£h M. ROBERTS, physician and to M, IV. Physician and tturireon. SurjE0O,n to St, Gabriel,y Surgeon tS Northern Pacific R. K. Office hours. &toll„a. m.,to2 io 5 p. in. Officein Lindbergh block. Residence, South Fourth St.. east of Court House, Little Falls. Minn. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office- 2 to 4 hours: 9 to 12 morning, afternoon, & to 8 evening. Tele­ phone-connection, Wetael's drug store,, Little Falls, Minn. F. MERO, (leatiet. Specialties made of Crown ami Bridge work and Straight­ ening of Irregular Teeth. Gas of oduntunder tor painless extraction of teeth. Over Firs...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

-S^ 'v #1 -T So 1! X& I ROSY child of 6 a a Time, On the purple hills of morn, Aureoled with win­ ter's rime, Yesternight for us was Dorn. Down the grim, bleak western sky His languid-footed brother crept The youngster comes with jollity— The tottering figure died unwept. Ali the past is left behind— What avails it? Mourn It not Take the year that here you find Clean, without a blemished spot. Its fair rosary of days Linked must be with hopes and fears We can soil it, or with grace Meet its joys and mist of tears. Some sad pilgrims on its way Shall fall before the journey's end Dut courage is the word to-day, Whatever time or fate intend. Hope, the siren, whispers now Her sorcerous tale to every ear So here's a chaplet for the brow Of Time's fresh heir, the bright New Year. —Joel Benton, in Christian Work. NCTlsEAT IAKE a chair and sit down, Nellie, while I wrap up the silk waists." Mrs. Mason dropped weari­ ly into a tempt­ ing rocker. Vis­ iting her old schoolmate, the dressma...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

Cbristnpas, Eif© ristaoHiir ffa: IrJ iW tbe children's hearts -would languish, Gazing down the empty years Who coula picture all their an­ guish. Who could count their bitter tears? What a dreary, hopeless sighing. From- the ocean to the main. If the mandate were sent flying: "Christmas never'll come again. Can you picture the commotion, All the exclamations wild, Echoing from sea to ocean From the lips of every child'? Grief and indignation swelling In the wee hearts torn in twain. By the sad thought upward welling: "Christmas never'll come again.' Stockings limp and empty hanging, Chimneys clean, and moss-grown roofs, Wait in vain the cheery clanging Of the tiny reindeer hoofs, While a crowd of pleasures vanished In the old Saint's merry train, Hopes and joys of childhood banished— "Christmas never'll come again." Ah, for wreaths of withered holly Shivering in the wintry breeze Mistletoe, sweet tender folly, Hanging black upon the trees. Well may children's tears be falling Like t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

pnBHK |c±J cdJ cLT'CLJ d-Tcl nm km I* MiMmii IMWilliS 1 J™ HHia Yf3L mWii fm .MECHANICS AND Removed to... 1 Pianos Stein way Kuabe Story & Clark Ludwig Krell Royal Smith & Bros. N. •WINTER W. BERG, fleavy Shelf Hardware 't. Healthful ness Healthful ness Healthful ness Healthful ness Healthful ness Healthful ness Healthful ness of the bath depends largelj^m cleanhness 1 of the bath tnb. Covrt health and shun fl sickness by using of the bath depends largelj^m cleanhness 1 of the bath tnb. Covrt health and shun fl sickness by using of the bath depends largelj^m cleanhness 1 of the bath tnb. Covrt health and shun fl sickness by using of the bath depends largelj^m cleanhness 1 of the bath tnb. Covrt health and shun fl sickness by using of the bath depends largelj^m cleanhness 1 of the bath tnb. Covrt health and shun fl sickness by using of the bath depends largelj^m cleanhness 1 of the bath tnb. Covrt health and shun fl sickness by using of the bath depends largelj^m cleanhness 1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 December 1898

••«:•. & '1 -1 'Is&- I •I —IWI Ml 11UK 111II If IT———W Morrill. D("*- 11.—Win. Mrivii«! Hii wen-,, to. Primal oil last ufeek mid resumed with a horse which he had purchased th«jre. Edwin and Edgar PegordiH. who re­ cently returned from the southern u»irt, ot the state, where they httd beeu work­ ing during the summer, are both on the Hick There will be a wedding in Morrill sooh, but we will not give namen until onr next letter. The farmers here are trying to" haul saw logs, bnt the roads are not good and it is an uphill business. Fred and Emuiett C'asady have re­ turned to Morrill from the southern part of the state, whare they have beeu working. The Morrill literary society has re­ organized and are holding meeringseach Saturday night. The school house in district 80 caught Are from a defective flue one day last week and would have been destroyed bad the large boys not been prompt in puttiiig it out. F. E. Chase and wife, who are, new settler* here, received a telegram from...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 December 1898

?he Down River Town Will Tackle the Local IGHT AND WATER COMPANY ). T. Calhoun, of St. Cloud, will Also be Attorney for the City of Anoka. Following Little Falls, Anoba ie oing to try to get better treatment :om the Anoka Water Works, Eiec rie Light and Power Co. It is ex­ pected that the procedure there will the same as in Little Falls. The ..noka Herald has been pushing the atter and standing by the IOCHJ until. Iu its last issue, the Oei-ald ays: "It will be gratifying to know that it an assured fa that the council prc •oses to test the validity of the water 'orks aud electric light frauchisse^, arid tiat prospects ot' relief for the city are bright. With the Hiipreme court's eeisiOL as a basis, Anoka has every ea?ou to believe that it will be able to brow off the yoke which has galled for jf 0 loug a time, and will be able to get a air and reasonable contract foi fire pro ection and street, lighting, or itee have k,n opportunity to furnish those ueces ities itself, giving the pe...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 December 1898

Hgw ^"r WP J. 7 11 SWks aw& Dvess '1 Heads, Toilet Sets and Games. a- SooAs ta^admevvte. The only place where you can find absolute satisfaction,new­ est goods and lowest prices. buy here is strictly up-to-date. Holiday Gifts New and Up-to-Date Novelties. Dolls, Toys, Baby Carri­ ages, Doll Furniture, Al- ^•AuMWf »."•*. S Of Every Description 1 -3«r 4 1 nC"" W W VL/V f^ltSt .SlfisBsiiW- |v !W *v Wf Li"'M -r 'i .... "x '.«-t j&^Jl It is not an accident that the St. Paul Dry Goods Store is the leading store in LITTLE FALLS. Valuable inducements, combined with reliable merchandise, low prices and prompt service has given us this enviable position. The store has never presented a more amrziug array of splendor than at the present time, more than twenty departments and each one a store by it self. Do you wonder why it is that nine- «7U 1 Just arrived. We bought them at 50c on the dollar.' If you 'Want any come They would cost you $10.00 in any other store in Little Falls. jjk Wlk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 December 1898

t: NATION All BANK CaPITaL f60,000 Surplus and Undiv'd Profits $25)00® Dl A. Darldeon, Williams. Peter w, Blake, Wn 1 Electric Lighted,SteamHeated. BBGGS' And Genuine. BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP and that has cured her entirely. I think, it is the best cough syrup on the markets For sale bv, L. D. BROWN. The Union Men's MUTUAL INSURANCE CO Of DIILUTN, Mlm. POPULAR, PROMPT a r% C. A. Lindbergh, M.M. r, Blake, Wn.DftTtdioD Theo. Wold, H. C/Garvln, Drew Uuwr. Weyerhauwer, C. D.Hawley, 1. R. If Davidson. $ /.• Transact, a general banking business, bur -L. and sell foreign and domestic exchange. Pay aterest on time deposits, :i $ BW' Finest Trains OH The Original ft. For External Piles, Cuts, Burns and Bruises. Old Sores, Eczema and all Skin Diseases, stands to day without a peer. It is an old reliable remedy, and if used freely, wounds will heal without a scar. Be careful to get BEGGS and be sure of a speedy cure. Fof sale, by," L. D. BOWN. and your mind and brain is always at reft and ea...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 December 1898

ffi ¥r pt K? "*i iJTu P#te ""'. 3fe •PT^- life: gjtfvA LfTiSteS /A»WlYr«WtW^ flBREMBW •^ee»BarCla«« poll mm*ter. 'I srderhw tta^ *«S}, ./must alwaTB sivrtltHr |t jelr present addttK. ,j are coatiaiie# an fceired for diwea«»«aac» jbarages are paid. Ate t« which a sutoeriptftaa t» af*«r the adftreM. ,^-r jcrlbera wiahiag naffaaiaM Ulcals can hare Mncft toiMttioi Hebald at redtteeci rate*. •1.50 PER:YEAR. 1898 December. 1898 SU. Mo. TU. We. Ifc. ML Sat 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 31 FRIDAY. DEC. 23L If Lieutenant Hobson doee»rfc quit his oseuJatory foolishness, people wiM "begin to wish he bad sunk witb tfep Merrimae. The Morris S»» says ex-Senator flixon in ineligible for oil h»peetor, because be lives outside of tiv& state —in Otter Tail county. The editor of Oar Dumb Azrioasfe says that the condition of some #f the great eo lieges is stieb tliat, if a decent man were offered his choice- of being president of one of them7 or wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 December 1898

1 9Sp«il t: jji 5&aKfe«$f! Smoke'Utfi^Gigars Dr. Niven at Royalton Dec. 31 ^nd Jan. 1. M. Desotel is dangerously ill. Bartlett McNairy is Mrs. A. S. Brown's. Loui JOBS has taken the Minnea apolis Journal carriers route in this city. Jt Morrill Bryant is afflicted with an abscess on the wrist, and carries his left arm in a sling. Nick Longen was called to Web­ ster City/S. D., Thursday last week, by a telegram announcing the acci­ dental death of his father, who was killed by the cars. He was trying to cross with a team in front of the train. Mrs. A. S. Brown has been paid $285 funeral and death claim by Junior Order American Mechanics. She has also received the warrant for the $1000 certificate carried by her deceased husband in the Macca­ bees. The Modern Woodmen war­ rant for $1000 was delayed owing to an error in the papers, but was also issued this week. "The Chaperon," an interesting drama, will be presented at Gross opera house Saturday evening, Jan. 14th, under the auspic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 December 1898

Bi:: fy b'- fte ^i, Mb BEllTRAMi M^'Dy ?I%r O. rpokei^^ee hT^Mhrteie aonn: 8 to 10 a. 1 to 8 p. P. m. GM.l. FORTIES, M.' ROBERTS, Dr.of Office to 8 M.D..COI„fl*adnn of Victoria CaiTMitty. Moatr*f»i Canada. Sorgeoa to, St ttttunal Hoop Oflee hoflfiSw 16 a. ia. ifi 3 to Offlee over Wetstfs droit*** corner of First rtnetl i., L. Xiondon, •ad ear. ... and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Residence at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhode® block. M. R. Philadelphia. Vs.. L. P. O. O n, England. Specialty, nose, throat ir. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 tb 4 G. MIL.LSPAUQH, physician and sur, H'lynn b'.ock, Office hours: 1 geon A p. in. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence •corner' Third ave. and Third St 8.E. O C. TRACE, M. D. Physician and Burgeon. Surgeon- to St,.Gabriel,M Bopita). Surgeon to Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours. 9 to Ilia. m., to St jo 5 p. m, Officein Lindbergh block. Residence, w|ith Fourth St.. east of Court Honse, Llttle^aUs. Mtoa. 'M DR.Btore. N, W. CHANCE. Office OTer Tanner's Office hour...

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