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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 February 1899

.Supreme Its INVALIDATING The Light Ji NT0. 49. CONTRACT IS DOT GOOD Court First cision There must 4je wmiie ^^ptienuiTin^^HrtrAORiituii^^tateof facts to make them valid and these must be shown by the defendant. We are not aware of any "extraordinary or exceptional state of facts" in this which would render the contract reasonable.- The other question left open is whether the contract was vali­ dated by the law of 1893 and 1897. The plaintiff insisted \hat the act 'of 1893 was unconstitutional and void. This court declined to pass upon for the reason that they adhered to their former decision upon another ground. The court, holds that, if the ordinance had been in its entirety passad by the village the act would apply. Just what the court will say as to the effect of a contract made partly with the village and partly with the city, does not appear clear. As we understand it there being no"exceptional or extraordinary state of facts" in this case the contract is void unless validated...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 February 1899

raw" In ^snpiilp \{,i'* mi 1 wv-* now at a complete standstill in Biy investigations, and in sober truth I did liM!- nnw which way to move nest. S*.)!^mi in. however, had to be done, and ..it at once. In i: despair I went again through the ci -once that was brought against Jt .:• A second later one noted that he had a pair of keen, piercing eyes and thin— very thin—lips. For the rest he was square jawed and clean shaven. His hair was becoming scanty over bis brow, and his nose was slightly colored. Mr. Gates was writing when th waiter announced me. The keen eyes looked inquiringly—I had almost said distrustfully—at me. The waiter had bungled my name, eo I hastened to explain who I was. "My name is Brett—Duncan Brett. You may possibly remember my name in connection with poor Fenton's case." "Yes, Captain Brett, he said slowly. "I remember your name. Pray take a chair. This one, I think,, is passably comfortable. Will you have a cigarette? I can recommend these. I import theni mys-eJf...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 February 1899

f' *J a 2 "Si V. FIRST I O N A I CP" iti"V iii .ft aai soft utr»!gn ruid d«»ifj«4tic pv«»hftnsr«v nterf.«t .'in time «». BK-. If ff A Sfc W CaPITaL $50,001) Surplus .-iiicTtfndiv'd Profits $25,000 Dl A'. 1) Ohvitlson, 1 tt iiif.-ims. Peter W. Bla.k*\ WirilOiivMHur- Theo. Wold. H. C. Garvin. Drew Siju'sscr H. M. Wey erhfi uerer C. D.Hawlty,-A. Ft pHvid-ioti. Trft.aes«ct jVsippeapoiis TO Chicago Eiccnic Lighted, SteatnHeaiee. And Genuine. 1 9 0 1 (". A. Ijimlberwli, -.''' VI. general banking. tywirtews. fn*» n» Fi-isst Trains on'''forth ST. PAUL AND The BBGGS* GERMAJX Original SALVB 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 De sure of a speedy cure. For sale by, L. D. BOWN. LADIES—It: will pnv.yuii to writfc to tlh' Wiuoo'-kef Co., whose advort i.seiiHMi app«!trs on thp 'Sli [nigc. Tli'w employ linii'lr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 February 1899

I my---- |!&-r A^" if i- %$£ UTILE FALLS HERALD! ESTABLISHED. 1889. uiTTLE FALLS i'B1 NT1NG COMPANY CHAS. fc\ VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD to psMtobed Bmy Morning at 201 Broadway, Vt&mt* i"bo«k. Entered as Meoid4)awM& »'«w. Subscriberts ordering Addnm o# pfr 9«rs changed mtfst ahraytghetlt"'- K»rawr well att their present addiwK All papers are continued nnlee»»* order 1b received for dleeonttowncr cu­ ll all arrearages are paid. The date to wbieh a aubscription |«Mhi printed after the addrem. •Subscribers wishing magazines or other lerlodicals can have same in connect set *re So« Herald at reduced rates. wiOt $f.50 PER YEAR. 1899 January. 1899 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Ik FrL Sat 1 2 3 5 6 4 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY. FEB. 3. The city election will come off March 21st. If the people endorse the action of the council in the im­ portant questions which concern the welfare of the city, it is their doty to see that the men who have do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 February 1899

Smoke U. H. Cigars Ludwig Sinionet is one of a com­ pany which will build a flour mill at Stillwater. Judge Baxter has appointed Jobn P. Vandersluis of St. Cloud, a court stenographer. Dan Foster, of Royalton, has .been granted an increase of pension from $6 to $8 a month. Chas. Young and Alex Lemieux, of Little Falls town, received wolf bounties Friday. The evangelistic meetings held at the Norwegian Lutheran church Inst week were well attended. The bank oil New Paynesville has elected directors, among them being H. Thorson and A. D. Davidson. Thos. Dixon, scaler at Valletta mill at Elm Dale, was in town Satur­ day. The mill has been sawing oak lumber. A. Tanner is putting up a ware­ house, 25x50 feet back of his flour mill on the West side for storing mill stuff. State Councilor E. H. Godfrey met with the local^jouncil Junior Order American Mechanics Thursday even­ ing last week. The state treasurer's report* for January shows $3896.04 of state funds deposited in the First Nationa...

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

ar f.-'s. •frjffil j^U fill «*x s^? Professiwial^ Cards M. A. FOKTIBB, .T)., C.M..Graduate of Vietiirte University Mum-real,'. Canada. Surgeon to St. Oahcfe] B»icpitel, Olfipe hours to lO a. m. and 2 tp4p. in. Office over Weteefs drag store H»!'iencc. corner of Pifst street and Wret »t«. E: T. M. KOBERTS, physician sinrl JLi. M. P.. Philadelphia. Ja.-L. london, Rrndftntf. Speeialty. noHf wad ear. Otflce hours: 9 to 11a." and 6 to i». m. Telephone. Ues Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodee J. C. TRACE, M. D. Physteiua. ajtjii Mtirgeoii. Surgaou to St, G.i'oriel-, Bupiiul. .Surge -u to-, ^urthera Pai'Mi R.K, tRUe l.'u is niU.a. m., to'i\o 5 j. ru* C'-Jictwj j.iii'lbfibKL-k. Resldeaee, Sourj Foui'U tit., enht of Court Bouse, Ititrle Fifll-s. FREES w' :ac 1* Ate ife ^55*^ fV'-areon O ttruat* to 4 -M- «C G. MlLLwPAUGH,ph ysioian au.i sur geon. -'ly»n ock. Offic hour*: 1 10 4p.m. and 7 to 8 p. in. Resident ur ner Third ave. uh"l Third St S. E. O •r Ulive bourn: to 12 luornioif, 2 to-t afre-rno...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 February 1899

was fppi I 5 f- ?*%s S3T-KSS E il 4i k' «N^ iww?irw«fmnfWWfiirwfiiFWWflrw?ffnfwm www# .. I carry the most complete stock of. I FANCY GROCERIES. CROCKERY Also a complete line of.... ,E Sash, Rlinds, Doors." Building Paper, Lime, Cement. Iron, Steel, Coal ind OLIVER S (MULLED PLOWS.... 1 Mechanic's and Farming Tools.H -ll»!!l!IIIl!llllltllIllllllflllllllII1IIIUIfHlllllimilHIIII!llllllff!111IIIIIIIIIIiilU!ll)lli To ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS' 4 OULUTH ANO JOINTS EAST &SOUTH To BUTTE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN N HELENA SHOKANE CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE W. \1 V. Wei FJIIIH. Minn Cfcas. S. Fee, G. P. A £r. PAUL MIS.V. REE TO CONSUHPTIVES. difiwfgp w^C 'rSi^ Z'MW&i&k WtlWW f-r -. „, :~**'Ii /*,/* *%%*$ '3 iv J&V.: $5. *niiiiiiiinniiiiHiiiiiiiimiiHiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiimniniiiifflmmimiiiiii^ L. D- BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store, Rrsst] Dru§s. XJ±xi_c3_TDex,gItL •ASS. EARTHENm CHINA WARE SHOES, S -J .' "v^ *E3£- tX** From a Child's to an Aged Man's.* 3^ I am the leader in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 February 1899

»r E§i-. v^ J? "i I Flensourg .Tun. U:—Tii« Ladies** Ah) Society wl *li Swwlihh Lutheran church met with Air*. OI« Larson Thursday, Jnn. 26. Hart. Wotsske. of the firm, of Wotzke & SOUP, WHS a Little Falls visitor Monday. Host- E. Meyr$ returned from- Swan River Monday. a a a soil—on subscription. Little Falls vis- iiuwt Krueger was a itor liiht. Wednesday.* Henry Faulk is hauling *vo6d to Lit­ tle Falls. Tlio Ladies' Aid Society oi the Mission church were to meet at tlie home of Mrs. Andrew Jeckson Thursday.Jnn. 26, bat could not owing to the severity of. the w?niher. H«*nry Gregerson made a business trip to Little Falls Modday. Mrs. John Jagen is on the sick list, .luhn Wotzeki «pent Saturday at iSwuy Kivrr. Alex Knsobuzski sold his farm to Fred Young. •Hose Meyers returned from Swan liiwr Monday, where she has been work­ ing for some time. Fii.nk Wotzski. ot Steams eounty, spent Friday visiting relatives. .1 oil it Mac»i«y is on the sick list. Up sale. •Ian. 31.—Andrew Swedbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 February 1899

1 l' One-fifth Savings on Fine China The ladies who are the sur­ est friends of this department, the friends who come regularly and most often, are particular la dres. These are the ladies who can recognize the difference be­ tween the apparently good and the really good wrho know the prac­ tical advantages of all-t'hina over the 50 por cent China, who appre­ ciate novelty and exclusiveness and tine selection, and who like to get these things without paying extra for them. Here are four items, each oye of which will ap­ peal to such ladies with double force of making a saving. You can save considerable money here todav. -50 Carlsbad China salads, value $1.50, our pricfe 100 China plates cake, value Oo, 85c, that we will sell at.. .. 1*^ NO. 50 $1.00 100 China cups and saucers, eluding some mustache cups value 65, 75 and up to sOc. take them at.... for 75, *5 vl ,--'#I£tM- ft Flynn bread and and up to 5CX One-Third and Over Off on Vases A week ago today there was one hundred pairs, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 February 1899

if i• 2V .' I (.Continued from last week.] Miss Pridgett HeemeH pleaSecT at the importance with which she was so sud­ denly invested, and, nothing loath, told the tale somewhat as follows: "The very first time as I set my eyes on the late Lady Florence Mostyn was on a Friday night of May, last year. She came here alone and with precious little luggage and asked if I had a small room at liberty. I happened to have one, which she took and kept all the linu! she was here. 1 can show you the room, f-ir one person to ed Lauy Florence down to the ground. Sho had supper in the coffee room that night, but as it was pretty full of gen­ tlemen she only made a hasty meal, aud then went up stairs. "Tho next, clay a sandy haired gentle­ man, with only one arm, turner! up with some luggage—a Mr. Lambert he said his liinue was. There was no room for him, so he staid at Harkness', the grocer': Lad3' Kion uee j-lu.styn—Miss Staples' tli: i.-, as railed hoi. They bad the priv:- '.- hitting 111 1 It's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 February 1899

1 FIRST... MIOKAL if CaPITaL Surpiue and Undiv'd Profits $26,000 W$I$* I f*%-\ 1 .1•"w"**,'*! Finest Trains on Earth ST. PAUL AND (V ppeapolis TO Chicago Elediic Lighted,SteamHeated. And Genuine Rtml their advert?sern.eit. YOUR FORTUNE la your Iv.ndt'j. Yourhatwineus i» your strength. Keep the I£e««l :i«d Throat clear unci healthy "arid fnnr mind :ind brain is always IC ttr.d ease. CUSUMAX'S HK VTIIOI,IMIA i.Kir, is tile {.'reate-C roilof mankind in all lioiut troubles. CVRRS C»T.»S, SOKE THROAT, t-A TAURH. Thnt awful oilor of C»lnrrh dis­ appears )v its use. Wonileif"! hi 71av Fever and Asthma J-y~BCY 0\ i. Of. SkHSIASi'8. If "u f.iiTl ft St fti Driitfgl.N KAi'it frir tf. vin^« ."» renJs. •••nd for I5o« «u Tree. •vlaH^lAN DULG CI' Vl. CS'.NUKS. t. S- Am CHERRY BEGGS 4 WMmtmtXM SYRUP J. H. GREGG, of Dundee, Kansas, writes: "My little daughter has been troubled with croup ever since she was three months old. I never found anything to relieve her untill I tried BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 February 1899

sy fK fc- LITTLE --—lyinfa $& 1 f' y: I? [WW/ I's: #r w-t M' M' 'fa «vA 2 ESTABLISHED. 1889. KITTLE PALI .S B* NTING compa N CHA&.E. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HEKAIiD to pitbllahed E*ery Fr*»y jMornliig at 201 Broadway, Vasaly ••••*. Entered as second-clam mail natl«7. Subscribers ordering address of tbv*' f» p«rs cbauged must always |fl etheIr ww «i veil as ibeir praent aadn«k, All papers are continued unless an ex teil order is received for discontinuance ma­ il all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is iawl sprinted after the address. aobricrlbers wishing magazines or ©tiKjr. trlodlcals can have same in connection Yfltb BTE HERAI.D at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1899 February. 1899 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ll 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 -26 27 28 FRIDAY. FEB. 10. Bullets are a poor forerun­ ner of the civilization which is to be given to the misguided Filipinos. Now that the treaty is rati­ fied, the administration shou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 February 1899

s- ''-IT NiS-'-«-1jgt,*3\f'\'y Smoke V. PL, Cigars Bert Stewart cauie down from Bay Lake Monday. Mrs. O. Duclos went to Minneapo­ lis Monday for medical tref^fcment The net receipts from the "Old Maid's Convention"were ovet f60. Supt. I. L. Warren of the Pine Tree Co. is visiting relatives in Michi gan' -1 Tbe Royalton band will giva aycon cprt in this city next Monday even­ ing. E. E. Dailey. of Belle Prairie, re­ ceived $6 bounty for -4:wo wolves, Tuesday-. .. Tho8. Druir?,of Swanvilie town has gone to his old home^at Springfield* O., for a visit. Mrs. John Swan berg has been paid $2,000 the Maccabee order, the amount of her late husband's insur­ ance certificate^ J. C. McCrea has taken charge of Hoover & Co.'is lumber yard at Grey Eagle, but will not move his family there until spring. Thos. Cleary went to Sauk Centre, Monday, where his family has been visiting. Mr. Cleary took his wife to St. Paul for medical treatment. Buy Home Bakery bread—free from alum, good and wholesom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 February 1899

'7' ij Professional Cards 3. M. A.. FORTIER. M.O., C.\l ..OrvVvite of Victoria University. Montreal, Canaan. Hnrgeoii (o 8t. Osbrtel H« /cal: Office hours Ofllce to lO a. m. and 2 to4 p,m, over Wetzel's drag store m*l -uce. corner of First street ana First are. N T. M. ROBERTS, physician and Jj M. D. Philadelphia, -'a. L. I' ave. ie*u IpUIa, .'a. l', 't(! Ixndon, England. Specialty. nose. and ear. Office hours: 9 to li a. to 4. And 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. at. Botel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes j. MIljL"PAD6H,p!iV4li:l4i ast geon. -lynnbock. Offic! hou I 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. in. Reeiden: r^rner'i Tbiril and Third St S. £2. O 0. TRACE, 1. i. _aa tl Hurgeoo. Surg iiu St. G Hopltal. Surge to .V'rtti8i*Q Pacifr: it. R, Office nocrt» 9 toil^a. n., to 5 p. m, Otfioein Lindbergh block. Itesideaw, So'lta Fourth St.. east o/ Court tlouse, Litcte Kails. P'na. 1) L. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanoer'ti Store. Ofli hours: S to 12 moraine, 2 t« 4 afternoon, 6 to S eveaiBtf. Tclt pliooeconaeetioiit ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 February 1899

Harmless, 1 To &t-<S~ yet efficient —costs so little the never missed S#"«j \S^ t-i'(4s? &ii- ••'V.?*:^ ••••*tJ»A .A.-cAfr^: The woman who has task before her—dishes to wash or a floor to scrub Washing Powder Largest package Greatest economy TflE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. 8t. Loula. New Ycrk. Boston. Philadelphia. ••llllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllliliHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimilllllllllllllllllHIIUIIIIIIIIIIII* I L. 0. BROWN, I I Pioneer Drue Store. I Rrss^j Drugs. Xj±i3.3-TD©3?gItx IB lis:. gj *!!S'lll!l!i!illllllll!llllilllllllllllil!l!'i]|||IIIIIllllll!l!lllllllll!lllllllll!|!l!illlll!ll# m^mifmmmwwviiwvimmmfsmrii www# IPeady to Supply! carry the most complete stock of.. •3 Cl-flSS. EARTHEN CHINA WARE I Also a complete line of.... rS SHOES, 1 a to a A an I am the leader in common china and earthenware. decorated china and earthenware. 135 dinner porcelain sets. 32 chamber sets. toilet sets. =5 glass sets. yellow ware. '4 Rockingham ware. Z^| •4 stone ware. table and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 10 February 1899

1ft iff: in Pike Cre8k. l-^b. 5:—John Broberg' conat.v neat Saturday. C. .?. Jonson was in EJttle Falls Satur­ day. Anton Knudson took wood tO Little I^aHs last week. L. Larson was at Little trails on busi JIO-S.S. J"'" Wood taken on subscription at he Darling. PVb. 5.—Frank Randahl was in Little Falis on business Saturday. Angus} Zimmerman is hauling wood 4o the brick yard. Wm. Thelander celebrated clfiv 1'eb. 3d, and Mins will occur nexG Lind hired a woodcliopper, who Lit after disposiujar of 3 square meals. Thorso people here who have cattle out in t.lie cold weather should have mercy ou 1 he poor animals and keep them in •slablcH. If you havn't stables, there would be some excuse, but not other u'isfv A dice frame iiou-'e Hi!! (iiove farm. will be built on |s«es Oiivia uud Lilly Anderson were .giR^ls !i! pleasant qiew Sunday. .John Johnsou of Golden Valley farm look »vood to Little Falls last week. Gilbert 11 Miller. Miss Miller received several pretty birthday presents. nM bis ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 February 1899

Dress Goods for Ladies and Children Moves to the Flynn Block March 1st... The Motive of Self-interest....1 Growth is tiieoibjeot inteasaly sought in this business. We expect to attiin it only 'by transactions that make good bargains for both buyer and seller Benevolence has no rightful place in buying and selling, and it would be the height of folly to base any ap­ peal to you for the sale of our goods upon ground other than your self-interest Oar own deep self-interest inspires our efforts to sell goods—especially such as are adver­ tised. Here are few items of inter­ est to von \vh» want to clothe your child neat and for little money. There are not many left of these plaids and stripes and every yard of it will be gone be­ fore the day on which Ave move to our new business home in the Flynn Block, The S and 10c kind now 4-c yd The 10 and 12c now 5c yd The 5 and 6c now 1 -'2 yd Some Box Paper at Little Over Half Price This house is always noted for little prices on writing paper an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 February 1899

Sw PEJ* V* Belinpiit Tai4isi. STATE OF MINNESOTA) -ss. County.of Moi rison. I W Erkerson eVa sei/4 12 Vnl Sorenson seV4 nw% 12 do 8W14 net4 12 IVtfr Johnson ay, se% and nV? nV2 sei,4 15 ChasTjiil ey nwi/4 and part m-14 SW14 15 Atiir Gnstafson Re 14 rieV4 16 do neV4 sei4 16 1 HI A List of the Delinquent Taxes upon real estate within the county pf Morrison,sttte of Minnesota, for the. year A, _D^1897, re­ maining delinquent atid unpaid on tlic iirst Monday in January, 1899, and the pen­ alties accrued thereon. District Court, Seventh judicial-District. The State of Minnesota to all persons, companies Or corporations who have or claim any estate, right, title or interest in, claim to, or lien upon, any of the several pieces or parcels of land in the list hereto attached described: The list of taxes and penalties on real property for the County Of Morrison, re­ maining delinquent on the first Monday in January,1899, has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 February 1899

seriously hurt. wmGS*i Frank Meyer is working1 in a gro­ cery storj at Perham. JrTI^js^ kj Wide tin? affidatfitiblantk# sfor^ssale at the a fceKoffice. Hi' |. Sam Staples waa .down, from--. Rice River lor a-• ^BdayS ^is^'hiia family: j' U" Mrs. A. Tayloif, fprdo.^ guest of Mrs. B.Y.\fcNairy,ha9 gone to H^ynoI9i, ^"Yv"— The Long Prairie Maccabees give a ball and banquet Tuesday evening. Several irom Little Falls attfetfdedi Chas. Nelson came down frotn the Red Lake camps Friday. His foot was injured by a log rolling o^erir. John A. Nelson attended the S'^ate Grocers meeting in St. Paul tlliis week. him. meeting in St. Mrs. Nelson accompanied Adjuster C. S. Coulee, of, St. Paul, of the Royal Insurance Co., was in town this week.to adjust' ®r^s loss. /-V Walter Folspm yrent to Red Lake Falls the first of the week, to lead the orchestra there for Cd£n6e gfffeh by the band. A pie and coffee isoeial will be held at the Salvation Army haHon Sat. urday evening, 'Feb| are cordially invited. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 February 1899

h' 'ii v^., m/ Professional U.A.. FORTIES, M.DV, C.U,.Qral (ite of VI etoria Univerpltr. .Hootre*!, Stnada. 8'JtgMnto St., ttanriel. HjiiiCiU Ofltee bours is to 10 L. a.m. aod Jgeon. Pr.of 2 to 4p. m. Office over Wetsel'a drag store wldf itev corner of flnt street anTFIr»t are. N. K. M. ROBERTS, ptfjrsieian and aur .-ion M. D-. Philadelphia, L. P. r. 1 Xfondon, England. BpeelaltT. now, th-iat and ear. Office houre: 9 to IX a. m.. And 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone.' F«jlde» at, Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes bin •. G. MIuL^PAUGH,puy«tclaa ai "ir -, "'lynn.b ock. Ofllcihou«:l to 4p.rn.aud 7 to 8 p. m. itesldeaci coi.*aec Third ave. and Third St S. E. C. TRA.CE, M. D. Parsieiaa tod Hurgeoa. Sargeoa to St. Gi^riel.s Hopital. Surge to Sjrthsra Pacific R. R.' Office hocrs. 9 tollja. m.. to 2 5 p. m. Otticein Lindbergh block. Residence, South Fourth St.. east of Court House, Little Palls, J-Ono. O Dft.4N,afternoon, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's, Store. Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, to 6 to 8...

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