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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 December 1898

CyvWWW'tfW^WIII'WW'W^WWWI'WWi a Hand! is the cry of women beyond It's as good as an eztti pair of hands in the household. It saves time and worry, Largest package—greatest economy. THE N. K. FAIRBANK. COMPANY, Chicago. St. Louis. «ew York. Boston. Philadelphia. MWyyykMWWUMAMMMMMMMMl Removed to... Pianos S" ft "%,"w Lend whose housework their physical women need to know, that made easy by powers. Such all cleaning is Washing Powder Our hats are the SWELL hats, so they toM as during the opening and a great many of our' cus­ tomers have made their selections, but we are *rettiuff a great many more bats in every day and would be glad to take your orders at any time. 5^? TfllflSHftNTERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OH HAND. In our eagerness t« please the ladies we have not forgotten the childreu MES. HOSOH W. BERG J-leavv $ Shelf Hafdwafe MECHANICS AND FARMING lk L. BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store. CHAS. H. BROWN City IDiriaer S'coar© FL.YNN Story & Clark Ludwig Krell Royal Smith & Bros. COR. BR...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 December 1898

21m Dale-'V Dw. It).—Mr. Hathfit-M. "Cooper & (Jo St. -f Origgs, ou Mr. called i'aul, •Guudersoii Wednesday. Mr. Rand, who has a gallery at Hold •ingford. and Mr. Raffe»spargi»r called at the school house Friday afternoon .to take a photograph of the sehoo'. They »have recently taken photos of several schools in this vincinity. t. Miss Helen Henenlotter, who is teach ins in district 25, was in the viljage Sat­ urday. The village school closed Friday for a vac* tion of two week.-. ss Trena Larson. who has beeu vis­ iting her coueiu, Miss Eiviua Nelson, re­ turned to her home Sunday. Henry Hammond, of Madelia, is visit­ ing relatives and intends to remain ill Eini Dale unlil after the holidays. Mrs. Gunderson, who has been quite sick during the last two weeks, is feeling much better. Robert .I'ones, of Blue Earth county, is visiting at the home of his uncle, W. Da vies. Chas. Vick visited Royal ton and Little Falls Saturday. Mr. Sparrow, of Royaltoa, was a busi­ ness culler Saturd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 December 1898

IS" ts W :»T4(j-' *-ste'««»E.i4 smt •*,-• y, ', VOL io:-'. :ijO|Mi' 10 COIE ir Supresae Ocft^'J^fcairts Be hearing1 in ^J^lynn -~SxW ANOTHER !. P. CUT-OFF Report thai the Northern Pacific Will Further Short­ en the Line. The supreme court has granted a rehearioa: ia the case of Flynn ys. the City of Little Falls—known as the hydrant rental case, in which the Little Falls Electric & Water Co. is the real defendant. The points t© be considered are as follows: What effect should be given chap* «ter 8, section T3, laws of 1895. as a declaration of legislative policy? Was the ordinance legalized by the general laws of 1893, chapter 191, as amended general laws of 1.897, chapter 224, and was Little Falls _^= village incorporated under the pro- visions of chapter 145 of the general laws of 1885, within the meaning of the aet of 1893? Briefs are to be submitted oh or before January 10, 1899./- The Eleetrie & -Water company !j«dlainn that 'thfere was no precedent *for the court decla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 December 1898

III MILES LIKELY TO 8TAND STATEMENTS Abont Commissary supplies—Now paring a Paper That Will S|b«t»iitiltn All' H« Has Said—General Eagan Ob­ jects—Will Ask the Commanding Gen­ eral If He Has Been Correctly Quoted# Made By General Miles and published in the press to an­ swer these or any statements made by General Miles, under oath, and espec­ ially and particularly to meet the al leged charge of furnishing anything whatever, under pretense of experi­ ment. General Eagan is of the opin­ ion that the proper place to discuss the merits of this matter is before the in­ vestigating commission, and before the courts, civil and military, where, the widest latitude will be given to all concerned where the conduct of Gen­ eral Miles and the conduct of General Eagan, under oath, may have the full­ est. most exhaustive examination and analysis, concerning any or all charges that may be brought by either, to the end that justice shall be done. In view of this already inaugurated action, Gen­ er...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 December 1898

FIRS,,, MAtifA :VN p. a.*, ,' ^awv^'—^rtiniiaw* Finest Trains A* f** Sr :m '&m? CaPrBftL *50,000 Surplus an4 DHdiT'dP^6fl^« $WiOOO .lilwghi M.M. W llliame, Peter w. Blake, Wm.Davidaon. Theo.-Wold, H« C. Garrin, Drew Master. R. M. Weyerhauerer, C. D.HaWley, A. B DaTidion, v' Transact a general banking borioim, buy and sen foreign and domestic eirtuuix*. Pay merest on time depniltti •... .• .«.- -air- S B-f •'7 iiyiifc-- %•?.'' fC:' .-• w4i?.v.2*C '•*, oh Garth ST. PAUL AND jViippeapolis TO Chicago Electric Lighted,SteamBeated. And Genuine. The BEGGS' GERMAN SA.L*VE Original 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. For sale by, L. D. BOWN. YOUR FORTUNE Is your liaaUh. Your happiness is your strensth. Keep the Head and Throat clear and healthy and your mind and brain is alw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 December 1898

.v.'rv JS, KP LITfLE FALLS BEBILD EtTABLISHBU, (8M. fclTTLE FALEb R! NTLW COJHWWH CHAS. M. THE HERALD is pabHske* Iw Xridtnv Morning at 801 Bwlwy, ¥—I* Entered ftabsciibers orderHir d*rew tlelr 9* pari changed nut afwaye gW tMr well aa their present aMfwi All papers are eoittneA wlw»M eseVrH -OTder-ls recelTed for dfacmtt»—iHt tl all arrearage* are paid, The date t*» wMefc a wlwojp'tKl fa nllktMl after the address. Aibaerlben vuhiaf awffwin other periodicals can have MM is tuaaetlioa w«B T»b HEBALDat, redaeed ratea. •1.50 PE* YBA». 1898 Becemtar. 1898 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. ML Sit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 [14 16 16 17 18 25 19 f20 18 25 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY. DEC. 30. The state labor eomisris&ioiier should by all means be a repfeseata tive of organized "labor. The trades unions were th? strongest faet©r i» creating the departmeat and are en­ titled to consideration. If Governor Lind does not appoint a union man to the plaee, it will probably b» The Transcript do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 December 1898

if SmokeU. Dr. Nivenat Royalton Jan. 1.1 *t The Glass Dagger. 31 and A IJappy New Year to all. Chae. A. Lindbergh returned from Chicago Saturday evening. .• Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, Monday, Dec. 26th, Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Hannigan, Friday, Dec. 23d, Albert a son. Daniel a son. Titus Medved, who is studying at St. John's college, is home for the holidays. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Lbuis Bjelde, of the West side, Christmas Day, a daughter. Mat Kraus announces that his herding season has been the moat successful he ever had. H. A. Conner came down from the northern pineries to spend Christ* mas with his family. Charles Dewing, arrested for selling mortgaged property in Todd county, fixed up the matter and was released. Several Little Falls people at­ tended the concert and dance given by the Royal ton band Monday eve­ ning. Aloys Drowskowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Drowskowski, is home from St. John's college for the holi­ days. Geo. Brayton and daughter, of Minneapolis, are guests of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 December 1898

sift' I BERtlftiM, ijw mob. Swufm^1- ,w DokMi. OJic0 In BWUTWPtenu^O tbM: 8 TO 1® a.. li»a^iTT« *o 6 P. .^i. L. Dr.of •tfi-'yM* II A. FOl of Victoria Jotff loitrml HDMpttMl 3 to i»- Gaaada. SaiaMtt* |M (ABci keart 10 a. ji. •oner of Fint rtnet ylwt »•«. k. X- CflNOfir Wetitfl 4nf «MN( whftw*. Mi r* Lbadoa, England. Specialty, aoa^ throat and ear. Office bom: 9 m.and to ll «.••.,» to* and 6 to 8 p. m, Tehrkone. Hotel Bveknaa. Offlma to Bhodta blot*. G. MILLSPAUGH, phrildu and mr aeon. «*lynn ock. Oflcvhora: l.lo 4p, J. 7 to 8 p. m. KeaMnei corner Third ave. and Third 8t 8. E. OHurgeon. C. TRACE, M, D. Pbytrtciaa and SnrgeoB to St. Gabrfel.8 Hopita). SnrgeoB to Northern Pacific JR. K. Office hours. 9 toll a. no., to 2 jo 5 jp. m. Officein Lindbergh block. Residence, South Fonrth St., east of Court Home, Little Falls. Minn. DR.Store. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, a to 4 afternoon, 6 to 8 evening. Tele­ phone connection, Wetiel'e drag store., lifttle ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 December 1898

"-•Vjy? SETS rm Ka5«j wrn •WINTER Removed to... Stein way Knabe r^ikCAi Our liat.s are the SWELL bats, so they to'tl as dining tm opening and a great many of our cus­ tomers have made their selections, but we are string a fit-eat many more hats in every day and would be glad to take your orders at any time. §gg TftMOSMHTERS FOR BOYS HHP GIRLS ON HAND. In our eagerness please the ladies we have not forgotten the children MRaHOSCH W. BERG,^ fleavv Shelf Hardware MECHANICS AND FARMING TOOLS i'U Pioneer Drug Store. FpESH DptJGS Lindbergh Block CHAS. H. BROWN C±"t:y ID ma sr S"fcoar©' BLOCK. COR. BROADWAYAND FIRST STS PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. r\1 Story & Clark Ludwig Kreil Royal Sash, Blinds, Doors, Euiliing Pap«r, Iime, Cement. Iron, Stee.1. Coal, I. It FIVE LANGUAGES SPOKEN ^iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiimmiiiimiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii^ Pianos Organs ART 1 1 1 g-JUbJO S'.mth & Bros. vC^icajco' Cottage Payments. Jii »=3W»IK-«=*—»_•^_^c£S._-ri=«s»/KMri=s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 December 1898

*3 isL% —ll Wi ''iflMMl*' JT mij wm. TTpsala. Dec. 27.—M. Larson was in Little FHHS Friday buying Ubristraas trees.— Thefthree Sunday scliool'festlvalH held Monday evening, the z6th, I At the Baotiat, Lutheran and Congrega­ tional church. Thoy were all well at­ tended. although the storm wafe severe: Clias. and Gas Kridlund, of Sank Rap­ ids, spent Christmas with relatives., *. Swedback is home on a yiwti Verner Sundgren was in Royal ton with a load of ties Friday. Mia« Minnie Uedarholm returned frora .Minneapolis Fridav. a a os ha 2 ft—on subscription. Thitda Hyalmer, of Dakota, is visiting friends here. James and E. Jacobson, of £lni Dale, visited friends here Sunday. Annie Johnsou. who wTas expected home ('hustmast will not be home before New Years. Mrs. Hannah Johnson is hauling rai'k to the creamery. Simon Peterson, of Sauk Rapids, is visiting Hokanson's this week. Bergstrom, the photographer, will bo ia Swatmlle Jan. 6 ami 7th. Elm Dale Dec. 27.—A. C. Sbattuck, of St. Paul, Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 January 1899

VOL. 10. NO. 45 VOTARIES OF One Hundred Sixty-four Couples Were Licensed BY CIERK OF COURT SIGNOR In the Year 1898—31 in the Month of November--7 in August. One hundred and sixty-four li­ censes to marry were issued in 1898 by Cinrk of Court. Signor. The larg­ est number iystted was in November —31—and the smallest—7—in Au­ gust. Following is the list: JANUAUY. Joini Cnvo^nz—Agatha lizedzic. Joseph Urimimer—Matilda Hoheisel. John "(lluml—Hannah Anlors:ii. .Iu.-ij)h lNel.sou— \Ima ^feison. •loim KUIIZM—I.iHie Vichorek. William Kut'low—Tillie Ithodf. K. Kriiall—Lizzie Smith. Ln\v Miot! .Jfudro—Veronica Kedrow ski, Joseph LacliatiC1—Julio Laround. -John .). Sobania—francos Yesidro. A uinist Sinndu—Mary Praiuers. 1'iMiik Khitseh—Uosa Ilidl. (iu.v (,'ovi I—Sophia, Moll.1!*. OH. KiilVI—Anna VVozniak. J. Orvillf Elrod—M. L. Cook. John Morris—Km in a Ledoux. Adolph Cufond, Jr.—Lea Boudreau. Wm. Kisson—Emily Schwanke. OH. Mrozik—Kva Giuter. KKBUUARV. John Kruth—Bel'ha Maeclike. John A. Strom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 January 1899

SfflK'Piijll OHAPTEE THK SOUTH AUDLEY STREET MtJBDEB. I, Dnncan Brett, commander B. N., unwillingly confess that the complica­ tions which arose oat of the Mayfair murder were all caused in the first in­ stance by my pitiable lack of nerve. I believe I um fairly plucky under or­ dinary cirrnmstances. Once they gave nii' the V. (J., and though I should not have im-iitioju-il ibis except as a last rc« rt, I think it is due to myself here to La in l'crwurd some sort of a certifi­ cate 1 character to you who are stran­ gers to .-'. It was, I say, iu large meas­ ure my fri'.ilr, because: if I had uot lost my head tiju creator part of the trouble not-(I never have happened, but nay nerves were upset by seeing the wretch­ ed woman as she lay huddled dead upon the jjavement, and the sight of Fenfon t-tandiu*/ crouched, like a man horror struck, ul.ove her, made up ^a shock under which 1 think few would have rcu.-ainul unr.^iv^d. For a l! iih'.hhc 1 4 J: ill s-.i js-n watcLi whi iu IOHL M] w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 January 1899

New State Executive Makes .' :0 His Recommendations to the Legislature. Suggests Some Changes In thu Tax Laws and Economy in ... Expenditures TREATMENT OF THE INSANE Wisconsin Plan of Caring for the Unfortunates Given His Approval. Favors a Central Board of Con­ trol to Manage Our State Institutions. ST. PAUL, Jan. 4.—The message Governor Lind to the state legislature is as follows: Gentlemen of the Senate and House of A lieforiR Tliat Is Necessary. A reform in that regard, even though you should no see lit to change existing law, is imperatively necessary. Besides, there is an extensive domain for a legiti- I mute and material increase in tho reve nues of the state in a manner which will not imp-'Se any new burdens on our pen pie, or on industry, as will be suggested farther on. If you avail yourselves of these sources, I feel confident that you can safely reduce the levy by .'{-10 of a jnill, and the state still realize in excess of the estimate The taxpayers are en­ titled to a r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 January 1899

-i JLTTTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. t88». 1..TTLE FALIhS iB1\T1NG COMPANY CHAS. t£. VASALV. EMTtti, THE HERALD is published Krmry Tr'**y Morning at 201 Broadway, Vaaalr ?***.' Entered an »eeo*d-ea#» matt Subscribers orderiu mMtmi c4 111**' 9* per* changed must always givethp* ttrnxt well a« their present addne*. All papers are continued m)«e»iH»r» IW» order is received for dieconttovarer *&*} all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription I* printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magaatneti o» MKT periodical can have same In connection wlw TBS HERAI.P at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEWfc. 1899 January. 1899 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. FrL Sat. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 2,9 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 30 31- FRIDAY. JAN. 6. Hon. H. C. Stivers was paid a high compliment in receiving the uoxaina tion for speaker from th& democratic members of the house. ThJs carries with it the leadership of the }aT4j the floor of the house. The boa©? is worthily l»e«to«...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 January 1899

'"1)4 Smoke V. R. Gjgars Dana Brown is sick. Warm footwear of every descrip­ tion at YICTOR BBOS. Mrs. Sard Crowley is ill with pneu­ monia. Aloys Drowskowski is ill with the grippe. Dr. Niven made his regular visit Little Falls Monday. to Robert Herron returned Saturday from a western trip. John McDonald has been appointed deputy clerk of court. Bever Draxten, who has been duite sick, i6 much improved. The new A. 0. U. W. officers were instalk'd Tuesday eveuiDg. Mrs. A. W. MacRae, who has been sick at West Superior, is much bet­ ter. There were several watch-night gatherings in the city New Year's eve. The Maccabees and Catholic For cstei installed their new officers lust niirht. Mies Bessie Burrall, who has been quite ill with peritonitis, is much better. Jas. Muncy was down from Bay lake Monday. Hauling logs will soon begin there. McOr gor Bros, will put on a hack line in this city. The hacks will meet all trains. Mias Sophie Gravel entertained the choir of the French Catholic ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 January 1899

Hiar «"Y ^4 rwi h-t N te !r? Professional Cards BERTRAJtf, M.IK geon, Swan1 o. ,'pokes. Office In $w •OBTB: 8 TO lO a. HI. 1 to 3 p, m. Cof J. iSiau. Dfl.Store. DR.office. ised air, painless systes& FAS tsse at and w Oerouio •j. Offlce to 8 9. M. A. FOSTIEB. CJi..«*n«hMte Tlttoriir tmuWly. Cnad*. 8argee»t» 8iOnM OCee koftn te lO ». m.. 21« 4 p. m. Ofirc orw WctMl drw rt»n j» KCHMW. corner of Flret itnet aao Phst TC. N E. ROBERTS, D.. PhHatfe" L. »byafctaa and Hurjreon i, fbjBtcta .'a, L,. P. O. throat .London, England. and ear. Office boom: «nd 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Residence at Hotel Buck man. Offlew iB Bkoto block. fSp^af^ 9 to 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 G. MIL.LPPADGH, phvelclan and «dr geoo. flynu botk. Offlc'honre: 1 io 4 p. m. aud 7 to & p. m. Kadidenc corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. OBurgeon. C. TKAC'E, M, D, Physician and Surgeon to St. Gabriel,* Bopita). Surgeon to Northern Pacific R. K, Office borr«. 9 to ilia, m., to 2 5 p. m, Officein Lindbergh block. Residence, Sou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 January 1899

#53 1 n't wear jx&r'vrorlahif nxt(yi.a*li time—it's"a"«3§n of poor all your cleani^$!&~"~ n^n .1 and you can change yonr ATorlcnig dotted clotne» early in the day. It saves tijae,.worJt worry. Largest package—greatest economy TAMOSHftNTERS r*t§ Bemoved to... HAS. Pianos S Stein way 3 Knabe 3 Story & (Mark 3 Lmiwig 5 KreH 3 It oval S Smith & Bros. THE V. X. FAIBBAttK COBPASY, Gblouta 81 Louis, New Yoric fiostoo. PfetiadelpMa. JP*^— •i rr-vrnmi FIT^E •WJNTER IVIiliLIflEpy Our hat* are the SWELL hats, so they told as during tht? opening anrl a givat many of out* cus­ tomers Imve mady tli« ir selections, buc wo ar« gutting a ^re.it ninny more hatB in every day and •would he jrlad to take voiir orderw at anv time. J. W. BERG JHeavv $ Shelf FOR BOYS AND GIRLS ON HAND. In our eagerness to please the ladieg we have not forgotten tlx1 children imiirs. HOSCH Hafdwafe ECHAHICS AND FARMING TOOLS L. BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store. FPESH DPUGS Lipdbergh Block. H. 0±*tTV Dz?"mar Store E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 January 1899

•). 1 I® S"* & ^x"*i§rT*^ S -»?wv .: .."I' Morrill Doc. 26.—-J. A, VIowttu. who teaches at Dixville, is home during the bolidaj Mattie Gew, the teacher in district 80 is at her home near Rojalton for the holidays. Es telle Cheeley, teacher in district. 56, is home during holiday week. Christmas trees were had in districts 56 and 80 on Christmas eve and a ni3e time had by the children of these dis­ tricts. Peter McKib ben, who is working for Wm. Erty, of Back man, was in Morrill a few days larf week and took in the YouUg-Vanalstine wedding. Call at the Herald office and get a calendar for 18J»9. E. .L Young, wife and son, Claude, went 10 St. Cloud last week to do some trading. Andrew Buchanan, of Parrent. bought 80 acres of land in section 14 in our town, and is burn with his family to hew out a home. Andrew is a young man and wf! sire juclad to see hiui settle among UK. Schuyler Haines, who recently came hen from Missouri, brought some very fine cuttle with him. Tbey are of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 January 1899

"Ajgr ES 5 1 ttl MT —11 VOL. 10. NO. 46. PULASKI DID ¥h County Board Di­ vides Ripley Town. INTO THREE ORGANIZATIONS The First Town Meetings Will be Held January Twenty-Fourth. Thursday morning, Jan. 5th, the a pplicat-iou of A K. Hall buy for tnxM all or" section 35, was accepted. Amount due $209,1 55. Amount bid $121.40. Ou the petition of J. H. Peterson ami others a new school district— nuniftered 05—was formed iu and §200 be transferred from disrrii-t 01 to district 95. The petition of W. C. Conant for a new ,-eliooi district in Morri 1 town was granted to be numbered 96. A new school district—numbered 5)7—.VHS formed in Pierz on petition of 15. VV. Bi'lmeier and others. The application of liobt. Muske for tax a batemf nt on lots 1 and 2, section 18, was grafted. Tho board granted hearings on petition of Stephen Gross to be set off from district 86 to district 55 Peter Gau, from district 36 to 55 Jos. Kramer, from district 36 to 55. The application of John D*nis for abatement of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 January 1899

iiinili'jiii' fe *3* I Continued from last week.] CHAPTER III. THE CHASING QF QKORQE FENTON. This is the story of what George Fen­ ton did after be left me with the corpse iu Back Saville street that awful night I learned it chiefly from the ac­ count wbicb the papers gave of the •chase by tb.j police, but some of the de­ tails were told me afterward by Fenton himself After he tan oat of my eight he hud not sufficient presence of mind to slacken his pace, aud the inevitable result was that he attracted the partion lur attention of the people he met. His hat had fallen off his coat, which was flying open, disclosed his evening dress, lu In.- hand he still held the hilt of the dagger, while his drawn, white face be­ trayed the mental agony he was under­ going Even iu Mayfair at that late hour of the night such a figure rushing alonp the street could hardly escape ex­ citing interest Who first started the chase is hn material—probably some loaftr of the pav^nn'nt—hut very soon a crowd ...

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