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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 February 1899

s~ V'l. 1,1 41 'SI -B^yM%b^ntW^5ciWQ?e0ne°'^ *b0ppi°K Mdrtss, FREE TO CONSUMPTIVES. Brooms ifld Brushes must be cleaned often* else they become dangerous germ col­ lectors. Hair brushes demand special attention from the stand­ point of both health and cleanliness. They can be cleaned -quickly and thoroughly by washing in a weak suds made from Gold Dust cleanseverythingqiiickly, cheaply, thoroughly, and saves both time aud worry. THE N. K. FAIRBANS COMPANY, Chicago.. St. Louis. New York. Boston. Philadelphia. ^LiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiniiiiRiiiiiiiuiniimiitmiiminiiiiniiiinuiiniiiiniiiiii* L. O. BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store. Frssl-] DruQs. Ij±i3.d.TD©3?^!b. IB life:. #!iH!i!l!!i!!!il|j|(||||||!||l!IIIilll!lli!lil||flllfi||illllllliillllll!lillllllllllllll!llllll# •wmitmmmmwwtimttmMMn mm Peady to Supply" .. I cany the most complete stock of.... cuss. 5~ AI .so complete line of.... SHORS, 4 4" PETER M. MEDVED. •Jiuuiiuiuuiuuiiiiiuiiuuiuiu^iuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiul #lllllllllllllllliiiiiiillili...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 17 February 1899

I' V'L I Morrill. Feb. 12.—John Be^ortlis killed wolf on the 10th. Mr. IVtty. our blacksmith, is on the -sick list, ditto Joliu ritulil. Miss Emma Lysher of Royalton, is vis itiujr her parents in our town. Mien Fidelia Papre of North Dakota, was called to Morrill by the serious ill uess of her grandfather, M. A. Page. Mr. Page is very low with pneumonia but it is thought that his condition is .sot so serious as it was a tew days ago. Will Marsh went to Foley yesterday -with a load of ties. 4. «l. Tro.yer, the St. P. & D. R. R. land &itfeut at this place, is selling quite a lot of land to actual settlers. Mr. Troyer is the kind of a mau Morrill has needed all the time. A special school meeting was held on the 10th to determine whethec district 30 should build anew school house. It was decided to build a hou«e 24x36. the work on the building to be letto thelow ?st bidder, and the house is to be com minted during the summer of 1899. A. T. McKibbon, the bee man, has lilted ii| f...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 February 1899

MJ—'il VOL 11. \'0. 52. More About Fine China... When the topic is line china, the whole history of our house rises in. pride -also in wonder. Only real critic of china and historian of china can comprehend the cheapness described in the follow­ ing: Here are some plates from Ilaviland & Co., worth $f.0 a dozen, take them at 25c each. Here are some Carlsbad china pickle dishes, valued at 45c, take them at 20c each. Here are some salads, valued at *)..', take them at $1.10. Here are some German china fruit saucers, worth KK- each, take them at 7c each. Only a Few Chamber. Sets Left Last week's announcement moved things. Today's will move more. The prices are so extreme­ ly low that it is hard for a person in need of chamber sets to let this removal sale p:i- without buying. There is a saving here you will not meet in a long time. Hints at prices: Two 10-pieee sets, worth &(>, they're yours for ^4-. Three 12-piece sets, were take them at $5.50. Then fhere sets at *2.4s. are...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 February 1899

EelpiitTax List. _3V List of the Delinquent Taxes upon real «sfcate within the county of Morrison,state of Minnesota, for the year A, D. 1897, re sitainin£ delinquent and unpaid on .the jficst Monday in January, 1899, and the pen ^alties accrued thereon. ESTATE OF MINNESOTA The list of taxes and penalties on real S»r«pe*ty for the County of Morrison, re interning delinquent on the first Monday iin January,1809, lias been tiled in the office «of -the Clerk of the District Court of the -sGctamtv of Morrison, of which that hereto ^attached is a copy. Therefore you, and •eacli of you, are hereby required to file in -itfae office of said clerk on or before the twentieth day of March, 1899. your answer it# writing, setting forth any objection or -defense you mav have to the taxes, or any jTjart thereof, upon any piece or parcel of iaad described in said list in, to or on which you have or claim any estate, right, title, interest, claim-or lien, and in default thereof, judgment will be ent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 February 1899

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 February 1899

a I: UTILE FALLS HERALD isa». ESTABLISHED. i^TTLE FALI.S, B1 NTJN8 COMPAQ? CHAS. E. VA8ALV. EMTOW- Every Morning at 201 Broadway Taawt Entered as aeeonA-etam malt natfrf. Subscribers ordering ot pers changed must always gW their Vf* L» well as~their present addfes*. •11 papers are CQtimied «de«» »i e»i order is received for diacostinnKf am** 11 all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscript!®® te-pei^M printed after the address. dtabscribers wishing magaaiaea oar other ^periodicals can have same in connection with TN HERALD at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1899 Eebruaiy. 1899 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Tft. Fri. Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 is 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 FRIDAY. FEB. 24. The people of Little Falls witt hare a chance at the forthcoming eifcj election to show whether tbey endorse* tha work of the present eity admmi» tratien and the majority of tbe eoofi cil. Tbe great issoe, the issue- wMefr now aw before confronts tbe peopte, is whether the city of L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 February 1899

Dr. Niven, 9 and 10. The closed. $ Smoke R. Wide tire affidavit blanks for sale at the Herald office. at Little Falls, March Mgrri •ison ice rink has been at Chemical Co. No. 2 will meet their engine house tonight. John Baker of Parker, received bounty on a wolf Monday. Alfred 0. Hanson and Ella C. Holl ing were married by Judge Ridhard f?on Saturday. Sam Lafond went to Bay Lake Monday, to get his four-horse team which has been hauling there. The Herron stock has been moved to the storr on Broadway lately oc cuppied by the Little Falls Mercan­ tile Co. Rev. F. A. Sumner attended the meeting of the Congregational club aDd state Missionary committee at Minneapolis this wt-ek. Geo. Jenkins, of Aitkin county, a schoolmate of Judge Richardson in Michigan, was among th6 old settlers in attendance at the gathering this weik. A very successful Washington birtlylay social was-given at the home of Mrs. C. O. Brannen Wednes­ day evening by the Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church. The city's fire h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 February 1899

^YPVR^-F I Professional Cuds M.A.. FORTIER, M.D., C.M..Graduate Vl, of Victoria University, Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to St. (tabrtel Hospital. Ofice hours to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Office over Wetzel's drug .store renldi ice. corner of First street ana first ave. N. H. LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and sin-* »n D. Philadelphia, Ja.. L. P. •. .London, England. Specialty, nose, tliroat «nd ear. Offiee hours: 9 to 11 a. m., n» 4 y-nri 6 to 8 p. m, Telephoue. Beside" at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes bit'--*. G. MLLIL^PAUGH,physician and «ur geon. lynn.b ock. Offlc hours: 10 J. 4, p. m. aud 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. OBurgeon. C. TRA.CE, M. D. Papsiciaa and Surgeon to St. Ga*rieLs Hopital. Surge »n to Northern Paciac R. R. Office Uorrs. 9toli a. m., to 2 .o 5 p. m. Oflicein Lindbergh block. Residence, South fourth st., east of Court House, .Llttte Falls. nn. 1 u. N VV. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's X/ Store. Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, 2 ri 4 afterno...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 February 1899

r.mi^ go about it in t^r •1II!II!III!IIIIIIIIIIIII!IIII!!IIIIIIIIIIII^ im—jfli—i—j—j—j—a—i—a——M——^ ^•^J^w^ptJMIMIMIMItllMIMiWWJiWiWiPIWiPHPiflPipipiPlllliEJIlIK Saves Neglect sno. yiever be laid at the door of a housewife. It may be she works the harder than her neighbor, but doesn't right way. Her neighbor uses oU WASHING POY/DE& and keeps her house twice as clean with half the effort. Gold L'-v.-v \Vashiii^' Powder has given many a woman the eputuion of Veing a queen of housektep iv. 'v- I L. D. BROWN, I Pioneer Drug Store. Rrsshj Drugs. XaiixcLTDeic'^hL "F3~i ~k~ #'f!!llll!ll!ll!illllllllllflllllllllllll!!lilllillllllllllllllllllillllil!llllllllilllllll||||||tt www# IPeady to Supply! I a he os to II SZ stone ware. table and pocket cutlery, 1 )oors. Steel, Sash. I5linls, enient. on, I I 1 I O W S Mechanic's and EAST &. SOUTH To BUTTE HELENA SPOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE T. W. VN'V. 'Var-i I. ttie .''alls Mm Chas. S. Fee, G. P. A ST....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 24 February 1899

Elm Dale Feb. 21.—Miss Mary Wiener spent a fe A- days of last week visiting Elm Dale friends. A'IIIOHR those who were employed b.v K. H. (Sanderson cutting- aud hauling ice were Geo. Schultz, Sr., N. 15. Twist Nels Anderson, Ohas. Stay, M&rtiu Mis teldt, John Schultz and amen Johnson, The large supply of ice that Mr. Gunder sou has stored will be used in the cream­ ery. nnd since no good ice could be found nearer than Upsala he considers himself fortunate in jjfetting the work doue whi'i tne roads were in good condition for barling. A t-ad accident took place in the vil­ lage Thursday. James Larson, a youDg man employed at G. H. Vallett's saw mill, was working near the saw, and in Home way his right hand came in con­ tact with the saw and was terribly cut. He was taken to Little Falls for surgi­ cal attendance, but it was impossibleto save all of his fingers. His many friends in Kirn Dale sympathize with him in the misfortune. W. Davies, accompanied b,y Misses Stella antf Ella D...

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

...We What We Want of You... This is for the Ladies.., We promise Then there your "Bar^aVw S\ore are...<p></p>MOVED! to our new double store ..in the.. R1 nn B1 OGk Our removal sale was one of the greatest mercantile events in the history of business in Little Falls. The response given to that discount sale teaches us clearly that the public stops with all attention to listen to what we have to say. II you have a complaint to make about your treatment in this house, we request you to come here and give us a chance to rec­ tify it. If any article has not done what we said it would, give us a chance to redeem our romises. The Magnitude of Our New Store and Its Situation.... Why We Moved.... There is in this store of ours 6,160 square feet of floor space. There is nearly two thousand feet more floor space than there is in any other business place in Little Palls. It is situated on First street, the main business artery of Lit­ tle Palls. It is not quite a block from our old...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 March 1899

V, WWtf»C fc hi- (Continued from Feb. 10th.) Mr. Keighley Gates saw be bad said too mnch aud hastened to mollify his visitor. "Confouud it, Richmond, you'll drive me mud. Haven't I,enough to worry me without your adding to my perplexities? You know perfectly well that if I had money you should share it. I d.on't for­ get old friends in a hurry. If you're ehort of a sovereign, take this. The two half dollars will see me through the day. and after that the deluge." Fitzgerald waved him off magnifi­ cently. "Keep your quid, Mr. Keighley Gates. You've insulted me, Dr. Fitz­ gerald, T. (J. D., and County Water- ford. I leave you now, but beware, the day will come! Meantime, good morn­ ing!" and with this eloquent peroration Dr. Fitzgerald closed the door behind him. Gates gave a sigh of relief when he had goue. "What does that infernal ass mean by threatening mo, I wonder Thank heav­ en, I Lave never trusted him very far. Now, who the devil's this? Come in!" The door opened and Commander...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 March 1899

STATE LEGISLATURE TUESDAY, FEB. 21. Much of the time of ths corning ses­ sion of the house was spent in debating H. F. 120. by Mr. Dunn, chairman of the judiciary committee, a bill which proposes the extinction of the dower Tight on an execution sale. Saturday the bill was deieated, but Mr. Dunn succeeded in having the vote reconsid­ ered and the bill again assigned a place on the calendar. When it came up for discussion Mr. Foss attacked it in an extremely bitter manner, declaring that it robbed the widows and orphans if the state, and that its object V/C.K retro­ active' in defiance of all constitutional provisions. Interest in the sugar bounty veto was BO intense that 110 attention was paid to the usual business, and when the time came for the presentation of biils, not a bill came up. The bill wns passod over the veto by a vote of 40 to 1(1. THURSDAY, JAN. 23. The senate devoted something more than an hour to two labor bills, that of Senator Daugherty provid-' ing that all emplo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 3 March 1899

LITHE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. UTTLE FALI.-S i'Rt NTING COMPAQ CHAS. t£. VASALY. EPITOW. THK HEKAL.D is publlnhed Even Friday Morning at 20l Broadway, "Vagary Bloc* Entered as second-elaes mall matter. Etabecribere ordering address of their Tpen changed must always well as their present ethelr form res*.. All papere are continued unless an ezplirtt order is received tor discontinuance aoouu 11 all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid jj printed alter the address. Bobscribera wishing magazines or other Mrlodicals can haye same in connection with T*k Herai.d at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1899 MARCH. 1899 8u. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. 1 2 3 4 6 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. MCH. 3. The St. Paul Globe doesn't like Can field, of the Reform Preee Bureau. Does the Globe wish to make G. 0. popular. The legislative neeeion is more than half over. If any epoch-mak­ ing legislation has been so far passed, we ...

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

^53 Smoke V. R. Gigars Wide tire affidavit blanks for sale the Herald office. Dr. Niven, at Little Falls, March and 10. Mrs. L. F. Martin was ill this week. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. H. lecord is very ill with spinal menin itis. John Freeberg has gold his Ran all property and intends to move •o OregOD. Mathew Bo wen, of Toronto, Cana a, is tije guest of his cousin, Dennis •beedy, in Swan River town. The third lecture of Rev. W. H. Caston's course was given last night •n "The Bible as Literature." W. E. Barrows, recently N. P. re vf*f agent, has been appointed the ompany's agent at Randall. "Geo. Tanner is a candidate for Udermtn at Bemidji. He is asso­ ciated rith Andy Clavin in the Bank jaloon Albert Selke was in Sauk Rapids on buiness this week. He may take the psition of head miller in the flournil! there. T. Mann, Dr. Mero, T. C. and .Jas. Gordon attended the meeting of ie Sauk Centre Knights of Pytas lodge Monday evening. Aurprise party in honor of Miss Stuart was given at...

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

l''- rfe a- Professional Cards Gof Ai. A. J• FORTIER, M.D..C.M..Graduate Victoria University,'-Moot-real Canada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel s,ital. OlBee hours to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4- m. Office over Weteel's drag store resfi^ Mice, corner.of First street and First are. Is" i. M. ROBERTS, physician and .-• -ireon -Li. M. D. Philadelphia, L. t*. London, England. Specialty, nos»\ ront and ear. Otfiee hours: 9 to 11 a. co4 and 6 to $ p. in. Telephone. Ifeai'i-- at Hotel Bucknian, Offices in Rhodes 1 t. G. MI L.LSPAUGH,physician aa sur geou. "lynn.bock. Offle hourw: i. JO 4c p. ni. and 7 to 8 p. ni. Refideiii -. corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. O C. TitACG. il. D. I'll'/•»iv.'i_,i:i am! surgeon. Sirjf-on St. Gabriel,* Eopiial. Sururo »n to X-»rth^rn Paclfi- U.K. Oflbue hwrs. to Ilia, ui., to 'Z 5 p. m. Otliceii) l.indber«ii bim-K. Ke^ldem-e, South I'uurth St., fitst of Court House, Lit-Me rallo, Miun. Dn.Store N. W. CHANCE. Office over THnuer'n Office boors: morning. 2 to afioi-'iooii. 6...

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

1 Mechanic's and 1 srri A v-.-r wki f:- 45 j. S& N A.& rivtt -J I 'J'4 ^V: fteady to Supply I a os to tilHSS. EARTHEN CHINA WARE Also a complete line of.. .. "^SL SHORB, Rockingham ware. STI stone ware. 3* table and pocket cutlery, £=. Come and see me before you place your orders else where. Get prices and be convinced that the prices are Z2 right and the cheapest in the city To ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH AND t»OINT3 EAST SL SOUTH To BUTTE HELENA SPOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE T. \V. N* V, Yrm UUU- Kails. Miu Chas. 5. Fee, G. P. A HT. TAUL MINN. SS&Hers FREE TO GONSUMPTIVES. Jr. Harts will mail on application a ret* sample of his new discovery for Consumption. Bronchitis ana weak lungs, which curea to star cured. The Doctor is very much interested in spreading the news of this great remedy. Headers are re ^uefcted to write wltkeat delay- Jjr.hi at Wetzfcl'a Pharmacy. 1 1 mwm 4 es S C* •t 1* '••».- '{.£ 1* &S $ L-vi k*:* 3 rfjt...

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

ie*£| I &: Pierz. March 1 —Mr. Jeitdru was fined $1-00 :au costs by Justice"Bentfeld Friday for Jbmiking dosvn Arnold Naejel's fenite and -driving over his land. The case will .probably be appealed. The St. Joseph and Yinceut Society •rw ill meet Sunday. As we hear there will be a hot ticket in the field in Huh against the old officers -which is to consist of the following can •didat^s: Chairman. Johu Fleekenstein .•Supervisors, J. J'. Faust aud Jos. Ver nig Clerk, Win. Grell Treasurer, Henry 'Gerwing. lJierz is generally a little slower in politics, aud tli^ opposition .'ticket »ot completed yet, as far as &uown- Nick Henneti will be up against ...Sitzman for assessor and Gerhart Ter har. the present treasurer, will retire and Hubert Bares and F. Dahmen will be in the fiekl for that office. In the village, as. B. Hartman wi'l hit Jacob Make again for the treasurership. In Agram politics were quite hot a few months ago, but of late th-y are gelt'ng oool again. Mike Kerrich's...

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

US- 'n./A:: VOL. 12. NO. 2. 'iomeVW this store. We Call Whv We Call It Store News... We generally avoid the word "advertisement" be­ cause in its later significance it savors of solicitation, and to solicit you to come or to buy our thing's, we never will do. We try to put the facts before you. We don't argue and we don't lie. Here the store news of the di\. If it interests you, you will come in. If itdoesn't' we are regretf ulbut resigned. make the news as ec onomi allv as we possibly can. The facts must do their! own talking-consequently!,, they must be forcible. A bar! bargain is the very for vours. Here are some: Two Items of Interest to Ladies.. Among the big crates casks and cases opened up here today are two cases of: fancies for spring dresses—j they are as pretty as pretty can be cheap too and very' new. So you have newness, prettiness and cheapness all :a± once. These will be on sale this Saturday one kind in Mc­ Gregor, McDuff and Stuart tartans, worth 30c a yard, •we sel...

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

(Coutinued from Feb. 10th.) CHAPTER XVI. MABEL MISS1NW. It was barely '1 o'clock wbeu Captain IBrett arrived at De Vere Gardens. He 3iad hoped to find Mabel waiting for .him and was surprised and disappointed when the footmen told him Miss Fen ton was obC. "She got your *uessage, sir, the man -added. "My me^ugeV'' said Brett, in aston .ighruout. •"Yes, sir. The gentleman brought it •abort an hour ago, and Miss Mabel •went away with him." "A gentleman brought a message •from me: What was it?" •"I don't know, sir. He saw Miss Ma­ bel in the library, and they both went aut together a few minutes afterward." Brcit was thunderstruck at this an aouiKcment. "What was the gentleman like?" he .asked. "'TjjJlish, sir, and spoke in jerks." 7 "Stup that ycllin!' said she. The description was short enough, ibut it at once brought to Brett's mind the mau he had seen twice before—the first time by the side of the murdered woman in South Audley street, and the second time coming from Mr. Keighley G...

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