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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 January 1899

FIRST" Nr IONU MC CaPITaL 1 •FEIIAITTAIILMM f50,00u Surplus and Undiv'd Profits $25,000 l»l CCTOR* A IHri(laon. C. A. LmdlitiFKh. WliiiamH. Petijr W. Rlak». Wm...Dnf1«l»'»' 3 heo. Wold. H. C. Garvin, Dri-w It. M. Weyerhaaerer, C. D.H»»-I*y. A. Davidson, TraonMt a general tmnkliiir hnniuein tu» mad aeli foreign and )iraintir «r,,h»nv^ nunot on tim# Finest Trains oa Earth ST. PAUL AND JViippeapolis TO Electric LigMed.SteafflHeated. BEGGS' Cl'slIXAS KI'.iKi &• The Original GERMAN And Genuine. SALFB For External Piles, Cuts, Burns and Bruises. Old^ores, 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 YourJinnnlners i» your strc-nirlii. Keep tbe Heix! l'hrunt clear Mni healthy ansi vour inind ami hrnii is a! wn vs at re- and ease. CVS IIM" A 1VM SX5IA LER is tbe prentns'., relief to mankind i...

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. — 13 January 1899

•v' 1 E & LITTLE FALLS'HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. t-ITTLE ¥AL£Jsff$ flTL^1i^ANt CHAS. K. VASALY. EDITOR* THE HERALD to published JB*«y rtWy Horning at 201 BroiriwaJ, jawiV ^tlm-lr. Entered Meop^-clftM jnaU »«y Mlncriben orderta* tkddtjam ft th*4r pa* r!*4ct^riuer ftricbaniedttgit always «m well their present mad All papers are continued unleei- »»o ••x'pltelt order le received for diacontinmu rua im 9 «I1 arrearages are paid. The date t* which a subscription fc paiti printed after the address. ttabscrlbere wishing magasitfes..jur other periodicals can have same In connection with T*B HERALD at. reduced rates. S1.SO PER YEAH. 1899 Jannaiy. 1899 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Tfc 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. JAN. 13. Maybe Warden promised to be good. Wolfer We hope we won't have to apolog-ize for what we said about binding twine. Jerry Jermane thinks the senate is intellectually a great­ er bod\7 than the house. Jer­ ry hold...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 January 1899

I r* Sraok V. 8. J. Vasaly ur again able to be about. A. R. grippe. Davidson is, ill vith thft Jos. Lachance has gone to Cali­ fornia on a visit. The Junior. Order American Me­ chanics and the Rebekahs installed officers last night. Chas. Beugoot was a witness in a damage snit against the N. P. Ry., tried St. Paul this week. Wolf bounties as follows were paid this week: Chas. Young, fo H. Van selou, $5 Alex Cftartier, flO. Dre. Roberts and Trace removed a large tumor from the neck of Albert Supulka, of Swan River, Tuesday. Rev. W. tV. Dawley of Minneapolis will give his famous lecture on "Grumbling", at the Baptist church Jan. 24th. The little daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Th os. Monahan was quite badly burned on the shoulder by the spil Hngr of some coffee. Tne firm of Barton Bros., of Mel­ rose, has been dissolved. M. Burton will continue the business, which has been very successful. It has been reported that Peter Friesinger, DOW of Minneapolis, has been married to Miss Zula Wood, sis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 January 1899

u, BERTRAM M.A. FOB Of YtCto Cntdt. Borgwito^ Oflw bonn 8 to to I Ofllee over Vcti#i fi corner of First gfreet'ani G. MILLSPAUGH, physician and r'lynn ock. Offlc boaro: 1 geon 4-p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Jteeidenci coruer third ave. and Tbird'St S. E. OBurgeon. C. TRACE, M, D. Physician and Surgeon to St. Gabriel.8 Hopital. Surgeon to Northern Pacific tt. It, Office hoi rs. 9 tollja. m., to 2 5 p. in, Officein Lindbergh block. Residence, South Fourth St.. east of Court House, Little Fall*. Itinn. DR.Store. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, 2 to 4 afternoon, 6 to 8 evening. Tele­ phone connection, Wetzel's drug store., Little FaHa, Minn. Dr.of F. MERC), dentist. Specialties made Crown ami Bridge work and Straight. ening of Irregular Teeth, Gae or oduntunder for painless extraction of teeth. Over First National Bank. GIBSON, dentist. Residence and Ued air, painless system ol ex­ tracting of teeth. All styles of gold and crown work. The aon-breakable plate ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 January 1899

if*-'*! 1 '•V lyjjiu "T [my Gold Dost does it. Morning, noon and night. Make3 all dullthings bright. Housettrtickf-t a delight with It snves to THE N. E FUBa^K L. o. I a os to j| Also a complete line of. Sash, Blinds, Cement. Jron, CHILLKD 'Mechanic's inillllllllllllllM iHAS. C±Jc^r FANCY GROCERIES, CROCKERY. 1 .ass. FMHEK Come and see me before you place your orders else- iS where. Get prices and be convinced that the prices are right and the cheapest in the city...... 3E GUIDES oe?s PETER M. IV1EDVED. **feiW y^r^ss *, J. W. BER6, I »•»?£$ ttii» Washing Powder ible hotne or a palace the cleansing' toucfr'that both akkfe require.? tt'^v/pw.tif's best fiieliid ..tuui dirt's,vocst^ncniy SLiiLuiiW Jiew ort JjosiiWV, StUaiia.: saa •j* ^uri Pioneer Drug Store. Frsst] Dru$s. Lim-cL tear^IhL Bills:. !!!!!lllli!lllllllillll)llllllilllllll!ll!!i!l!!llllll!lllll!llllllllll!llllllllllllll!lillllli# fTrfTfWfTTwnr^rwitrwwwwwwwmwnrwirwwtff* fReady to Supply I cut SHOES, k' 4 WARE 1 From a Child's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 January 1899

(-3 'if & ', Ii|fc jfi: -. $0-. Sitl Huff. Jan. 3. Here we of a new year, bat a little lute to-sen best wishes for a happy day, but.we hope' all will understand that we wish-thein'a happy and prosperous year, and now it might be profitable to each of us to take a look at ourselves and consider where we are at. How many of us made TOWS a year ago, and how have we kept them? What have we promised for the couiing 12 mouths, and are we going to keep those promises? Do we intend to be honest for a year to come, and treat all as we wish them to treat us? It is well. ]t 03 All try it one y«ar and tr.wawd get used to it and so .continue aud see it we do or do not enjoy such life, and if we da apt let us seek out the reasou and apply the proper remedy if ws "know whafrit is, audit not let us inquire. Joseph Bulnier. wife, and daughter Annie, of Pillnhury, were visiting friends in Parker from Tuesday until Friday of last week. John M. Giah. of Eagle Bend, came over Tuesday to visit bis pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 January 1899

^Tew Officers of the Mod Woodmen and the ern ROYAL NEIGHBOR CAMPS •Will be Inducted Into Office Tonight-Deputy Head Con­ sul Dawson will be Present. The officers of the Modern Wood men of Amerk-a camp and of the Royal Neighbors camp, will be in­ ducted info office at their hall in the Flynn block tonight at 8 o'clock. Deputy Head Consul W. H. Dawson will be the installing officer for the Woodmen officers, and Mis. Jas. A. Nichols, installing officer for the Royal Neighbors. All members of the two camps ond those whom tnev may invite, are expected to be pres­ ent. After the exercises refreshments &il! be served. The teams of the two ca nips will asist in the installation ceremonies. The program is as fol­ lows: Opening address Chas. E. Vasaly Instullntiou Royal eighbor Officer Installation Woodmen Officers..... Oration \V. tt. Dawsoa Overture Citv Band Duet MaeRae and Held Recitation Frankie Fortier Quartette City Band Letter From Wade Blaker. Grand Rapids Magnet: Mr,*. Wade Blak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 January 1899

f' (Continued from last week.] CHAPTER IV. MABEL BRKAK8 OUR ENGAGEMENT. On the afternoon of tbe day follow­ ing the murder I made my way to De Vero Gardens. Tbe previous evening I bad gone there full of blissful exoite meut. I was going there to ask Mabel Fen ton to be my wife, and as 1 scarcely doubted what ber answer would be I was in the seventh he&venof prospective happiness. Now, tbe day afterward, I entered the house absolutely dejected aul broken down, for I knew her broth­ er to be a murderer. Tbe police were on his track and at any moment he miebt. arr^stoii 4 ^orld of trouble was in store for my darling. The man who opened the door eyed me with marked curiosity. My devotion to Mabel was too obvious to have es­ caped notice below stairss The visit of the police that morning to make in­ quiries bad naturally aroused great ex­ citement iu those regions, and now not only was I regarded as tbe tavored suitor cf hi* young mi strops, but I had all the additional iuuivst of be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 January 1899

uf~- FI ST CaPITaL ffiO.OOU Surplus and Ondiv'dPrOflts$S6,000 Iri KCTORH A I a vld«oa,C. A ._LJn (tbcrah, J4, W liMamtt, Peter w. Blake Win. Wold. EL DavJdaoTi C- Garvin, Drew Mntwr. •«nr, G. D.Hawley, A. ft R. M. Wcyi Davidaoft. ran fart agenerai baafcing bn*itte«s. tut aod tell foreign and doincetlr eT«h«DK« Pay ntt.rest on tlitie ri«TnRlti. Finest Trains on Earth ST. PAUL AND jViippeapolis TO Chicago Electiic Ligbted,SteamHeated. BEGGS' Original GERMAN Genuine. SAZ,VB For External Piles, Cuts, Burns and Bniises. 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 BEQGS and be sure of a speedy cure. For sale by, L. D. BOWN. YOUR FORTUNE Is your Yourhapol'iess i» your strength. Keep the liou« ::n! Throsit clear nmi healthy tr.ij your wind :inrt lira in is alwavs at res and ense. CUSIIMAX'S fiKVl'HOi, 1XHALKit is tDe preains". relief In mankind ir, all lie:ul troub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 January 1899

[1 i\^r Fleece ffiw' ff-'fls® LITTLE FALLSJERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. ?^TTLE FhtA c^WflVHWJOMjA»Y CHA8. IE. VASALY. EDITOR. TBK HERAliD is p^Misbedr Erery Honing at 201 Broadway, T»»sAT '!(«k- Entered to «eeo*d-d«H mall mr" Bubecrlbers opdarlng •ddK«» o» M* vers changed must always gi tV: well as their present addre». All papers are continued unless a»- wrt order Is received for discontinnanct wa­ ll all arrearages are paid. The date t« which a subscription vmo «s vrioted after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or, otbwr periodicals can have same in connection with T*e Hebai.d at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1899 January. 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. JAN. 20. THE DEMOCRATIC LEADER. New Orleans Times-Demo­ crat: It is much to be doubted whether the history of American politics affords any parallel to Mr. Bryan's sudden and masterful resump­ tion of the leadership of the Towels at lit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 January 1899

r"ikt Mrs. Geo.' Foster"" is grippe |ia i'o t\ Jv /v The Minnesota Milling Go. mili resumed operation Tuesday mora­ ine T^he City band will giYe a, minstrel performance at Royaljkm next Mon­ day evening. H.H.Johnson, of Minneapolis, is scaling lor the Pine Tree Co.in North­ ers Wadena county. The little daughters-three years old—of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Crowley,is ill with scarlet fever. A. W. MacRae has moved his Art Studio stock to the building on Second street, lately occupied by E. H. Buth. J. T. Morrison is now sole owner of the skating rink, the firm of Mor eison & Camp having dissolved part­ nership. H. W. Verniers has meved his cigar factory from Schroeder & An­ derson's plumbing shop to rooms over A. Tanner's store. '•The Chaperon/' which was to have been presented last Saturday evening, was postponed on account of the illness of Miss Grace Snow. Ifc will be given next Tuesday night. The school board will receivfe bids until tomorrow at 10 a. for 100 cords of dry oak w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 January 1899

fgr» "V^ M'»rr I1.'4 on the sick li? C. The seLTi'trt!-•• of the Morrsll debating society was instructed to challenge througl* tli niwli'im ol Ih^cuUhty par pers anv an! all i*.oii)ei*i« b.V" df*hnt-iig dO cuties in Morrison- county^ for a joiuf de­ bate on asi.v qut'siioii that cuuid be agreed upon, th" delmt" to t.i^n_i(-|ai:e at any seliu6l house liuif wu.v the localities competing. Morrill isuot lack­ ing' in :ouHd"iie'\ '... ,' William Manl.v and *on and Charley Hatiiavvay, Ilo.valfoii. *wie in Morrill on the J3th and 1-it.fi .U'.jkiug f.uva site, for honies. Tfiese are th men who were hero la. fall from southern,' Iowa and who ought land near Hoynlton.. but linvc given if ett!iiig th- iv a ,.l will set tl- on secrioh '30 in our town. Section 30 is school litud and can be bought on lo.-ig- tiui*-. Then- are 'four families- in this Iowa i-rortd and they traveled through by team, briny,iny: 22 hrtid of horses wiili rhein. Tic people 4 A1 Wtirm footwear tiou at Albert Peters was a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 January 1899

O. NO. 48 JJ. W, Lodge Lirtens to Annual Momorial Sermon at the CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH LAST Sunday Evening—Masterly and Appropriate Address by Rev. F. A. Sumner. ltev. F. A. Sumner preached the no mm! A. O. U. W. memorial sermon at the ,'ongregai ioual church Sou day evening. There were many members of the order present. Mr. Sumner, who is a member Of the A. O. U. W., rtve a brief sketch of the order's growth, its size, the Iwork if in doing, and paid a tribute *o its founder, John Jordan Up church Thf text was from Paul's Second Epistle to TijuothVj 2' 15: '"Stud to show thyself Approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed The speaker moulded his discourse upon thequention: "What are the principles that must pervade aud ,j]mould one's'life that he may be suph a workman?" (Parity, hope and faith «ere essential. Sucli a m'an must have true charity, a kindly in­ terest in his fellowman, and fully ac­ cept the teachings of the Golden Rule. He must strive to attain peace a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 January 1899

1 -J -**15 3&P' '^v", N£ fr -mj Tiie chain of circumstantial evidence •seemed onri'rlete, and a warrant was is­ sued that y.rinc night for the arrest of George Fen ton for the murder of Har­ riet. Star If dict of In a week's time George was fit to be moved He was brought up to London and formally charged before the police magistrate with the murder of Harriet Staples. Chiefly on the strength of my reluctant evidence he was comfnitted for trial at the Old Bailey. All the while the unhappy lad stout­ ly maintained his innocenoe, but bis' solicitor and counsel were in despair. Against his own improbable account of what actually had taken place there was arrayed amass of overwhelming evidence, from the conclusions of which it seemed impossible to escape. It could be proved that he had been in the habit of waiting for Harriet Staples, and that they had often been seen together. There was evidence that on the night in question they had been out for a walk and that in Back Saville stre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 January 1899

FIRST I O N A N "t CaPITaL $60,000 Surplus and Undiv'd Profits $25,000 Dl A. Davidson, C. A. Lindbergh, M.M TV itiiams, Peter W. Blake, fm. Davt(lwfi Theo. Wold, H. C, Garvin, Drew Alunser R. M. Weyerhauercr, C. D.Hawley, A. I»ividsoD. Transact a general banking business, ^'uv and tjeli foreign and domestic ewhanee P«y nrerest on time dennalt*. 5 5 51M !'"1 Keeplh'i and :v' #5 t-: '"S r'i tii. & 1 -v r-'iftvff--'", 'V T? 4'v 4"V-U ii i.-vf Finest Trains on Earth ST. PAUL AND (Vtippeapolis TO Chicago fcieciric Lighled.SteamHeatea. BEGGS The Original 9 GERMAN And Genuine SA.L,VE 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, YO L. D. BOWN. .. Your!«apsii!».-r. your strength. l'hj-o clear iitnl bcultljy s.-u? oitr mind ami hrnir. i* alwsi vi nt 1 v-" cape. CVMHXCAX'R...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 January 1899

it!®5 LITTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. biTTLE FAT/ .s t'K' STING COMVA*Y CH AS. K. VA8ALY* EDtTOR. THE HERALD to published Evwy~V Morning at 201 wroadwaj, Tmw" !y©ck. Entered aa eeeond-eUkM m»8 »-•*r present All papers are continued sntos*» order is received for dteeoDthroaar 51 all arrearages are paid. he pretend Sttr The date to which a Bnbaeripttoa if k» printed after the address. Subscribers wishing: lnaffaaioefl o? otlw'i' fwlodieals can hare samein eoEBecttea with' Tbe Herald at. rednced rates S1.50 PER YEAR. 1899 January. 1899 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 29 80 31 27 28 FRIDAY. JAN. 27. Perhaps General Eagan meant those remarks to be taken in a Pickwickian sense. It is said that a Stillwater man named O'Shaughnessy will be appointed insurance commissioner. The name has a line democratic flavor, Some of the papers are al­ ready mn ping- on the new bank examiner. Although a Pope, probably doesn't to be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 January 1899

t- I *f' -J* "j Smoke V. R. Cigars Olai Nordstrom, of the depot force, has recovered from hie late ill sees. Geo. Hughes, little son of Mr. and Mr,. Ed Hughes, is ill wi$h typhoid fever. The skating race at Morrison's riDk Friday eveuing was won by Eu­ gene Adams, State Councilor E.- H. Godfrey, of Minneapolis, attended the Jr. O. U. A. M. meeting last night. W. W. Barnes, of Clear Lake,S. D., is the guett of his eon, Z. N. Barne?, retail salesman with the Pine Tree Co. Insurance Adjuster F. F. Fletcher, of Mitiiietipolis, was in the city Tues­ day adjusting th: Ices on the Houde property. N. L: Bromberg, of Sraudia, Valley, received l.ount7 on cu-ittu-'ses of two female wolves, Friday, from the countv auditor. Mi(?s M:iry Turner entertained her teachers in the high school,aud some other hitiies, at her home Thursday eveuiai oflast week. Delphife Hocheleau has rented his rouse on Bay street to John Kruse. with Viktor JBros., and moved his famir, to his Belie Prairie farm. The N. P. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 January 1899

•fto/iO I fcv :V:^ I^t:. M. A. FORTIETH, M.D., 0.M.,Graduate of .Victoria University, Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to St. Oabrfel H«pital. Offipe faonrs 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 tcf% p. ni.' Office over WetKfB drnK store rtentfeaee, corner of First street and First ave. E." —i. KM. M. ROBEBTB, pbjftklwinitf riiiracpD D.. Philadelphia. JK. L. 5 -ti.C Ijondon, Engiand. Specialty, now. throat and «ar. Office boors: 9 to 11«. i" to 4. and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone Besi!*"•« at Hotel Buck-man. Offlees in Rhode*!^ »*fc. Jgeou. G. MlL.LSPAUGH,p bysician and Bar flynn b.ock. Offieshours: 1 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. ReeitJenc corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. Onurgreon. C-. TRACE, M, D, Physician and Surg eon to St, t?abriei(H Bopital, Surjc" .a to Nurthem Pacific R. It. Office lioi ra 9 to H.a. m., to 2 Dr.of MEKO, dentist, Sp» Crown ainl Bridge work and Straight­ ening of Irregular Teeth, Gas or oduntunder for paiulcHM extraction of teeth. Over First National Bank, WILLIAMS MFG. Co., Props., Clevel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 January 1899

-Bo: THE- H. K. VAERBAJfK Pioneer Dru I FANCY C80CERIES, Also complete line of. 4' I 41 IU ia life I Sash, Tilings, Doors. Cement, Jron, Steel, CHILLi:i) PLOWS. Mechanic's and To ,|! ST. PAUL i| MINNEAPOLIS OULUTH !L HELENA S-»OKAfsl£ SEATTLE TACOMA t. PORTLAND 4 CALIFORNIA JI JAPAN CHINA W. A "i N lit Cnas S- FOP, G. P. A ST. TAIL Little Falls. Asii 11 WM%%nthiy°Shici«oft ofUl8 flaei»t •••IMM—«•IMW1WWMMMmWmiitlMIN Ail Thafs Needed S No soap, no soda, no borax, no' ammonia—noth U5 ing but water is needed to make tilings white and bright and beautifully clean with & qUlCiv^J'y Sold everv |p It cleans everything1 gf cheaply, thoroughly' where. Largest package—greatest gg -economy •', 'f *. C03ZTAXT£,v C'jiotpo. St. Lo.ui. -Tev/ Doston #'lllillll!llllll!lill!!IS!!il!jillli!l!llllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllllllllt Rrsal] Drugs. Xj±an.ciTD©3?gIti. Bills:. ^!lll!l!lllll!llllllilllillllllllll!ll!lll!!!ill!llllllllllll!lllllllllllll!llllllllllllillllllll4 #Vfi!fftMtf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 27 January 1899

1 %*?4 'W t' 1 Pierzp 24.—TIi*' supervigors of 1 he to« iv ...'i-ljiiK »1!a K^ll SilDOhl'tl ©f Pierz will meet at tKe~V'll»g«» ball Swanvilleou ax'ouut of the bad roudft' Ttu fi.l iv, Jat). 31, at 10 o'clock a. m. to: receive bids to repair /he Skunk nv.f»r fori i?i£f near Gerhnrt. TWhan*V t»l?t»w,.a.n.dA to troi't-ficr all other busjj.e«»?t »hat may com.' before them. For fill o'Mieij-. inforr, roniion np'l.v to Tho rhorm-i'.. I'obert 'Grnber bought Ip-onis Berg's farm tor §4,000. l\i Graff, or Sank iVut.ro. is now teaehieu* school district 55 near Gran­ ite Cetv. Mi'. Waldherr, of Washington. form­ erly of this place. foi»k a trio t'" «l»»r- rrnv '.ately and died there on his ar­ rival. Lpeb ia fiow" ifcg'-iif' for the St. am & Dnluth railroad hind. Kramer is now .nitinir the Utah Vrtt'?ri.' hotel smd saloon in lower towti-j forro".!? mil by Herbert Hun's. Mr. Bmv (i*a =a not decided y«t. what he will do bur he will probably no into ft stock farm. .»a«. '1. Stumpf. who ha- bee...

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