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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 April 1899

& Vf Smoke If. R. Gigars Get your buggy painted at VINING'S. Miss Jessie Raymond began teach­ ing in the Grey Eagle school Mon­ day. John Demars has moved his family to the Belleyue farm recently bought o! J. A. Nichols. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rasicot. of Green Prairie, Apiii 5, twins—son and daughter. The saw mill season will begin this year much later than last. Sawing started April 8th last year. F. M. Rodney and Julius Nelson have gone to Elbow Lake, where they expect to work at plastering during the summer. Win. Beatty, who has been work­ ing as scaler for Powers & Simpson near Hibbing, returned home Satur­ day. Anton Bates is also back. There was a large attendance at the dance given by the North Echo band at the. Rutgers store building Friday night, and a good time en­ joyed by all. Byron Rogers had his foot badly cut Saturday afternoon while split­ ting wood. The ax cut a gash two inches lonu1 in the centre of the f«,ot. Dr. Chance attended. A, W. MacRae, of the...

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. — 14 April 1899

•e*~ Professional Cards M. A. FOBTIER, M.D., C.M.,Graduate of Victoria University. Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to St. Oabrtel Hospital. 0flcehoure8 to 10 a. m. and 2to4jp. m. Office over Wetzel's drug (store renideuce. corner ol First street and First are. N. E. in LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon D. Philadelphia, L. P. G. London, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Residence at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes block. J• G. MIL.LSPAU6H,physician and sur geon. ^lynnlbock. Officj hours: 1 4p.m. and 7to8p.ro. Residenca corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. Osurgeon. C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and Surgeon to St, GabrieLs Qopital. Surgeon to Nort'i'",i Pa cific R. R, Office hours. 9 toll a. in.. to 5 p. m, Officein Lindbergh biock: Kesiuenpe, South Fourth St., east of Court House, Little Falls, Minn. DR.Store. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, 2 to 4 afternoon, 6 to 8 evening. Tele nhon...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 April 1899

Up-to date in every detail. I L. D. BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store, Rrsst] Drugs. ii -n cLTberglL BZUsz. Feady to Supply .... I carry the most complete stock of.... FANCY GROCERIES. CROCKERY, r, .ASS. EARTHEN CHINA WARE Also a complete line of.. .. SHOES, g"~ .... From a Child's to an Aged Man «. I am the leader in common china and earthenware. SI decorated china and earthenware. dinner porcelain sets. chamber sets. toilet sets. glass sets. yellow ware. Rockingham ware. stone ware. table and pocket cutlery. Come and see me before you place your orders else- :~S Si where. Get prices .uul be convinced that the prices arc ZZ right and the cheapest in the city 12 PETER M. MEDVED. •iUiUiUaiiltiUiUiUiUiUlUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUUiUUU« #llllllllilliillilllillllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllillllllllllllllllllll# I J. W. BERG, Sash. Blind-. Doors. Building Paper, Lime. Cement, Iron. Steel. Coal and OLIVER CHILLKD PLOWS. .. Mechanic's and Farming Tools. To ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS D...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 April 1899

Belle Prairie. April 11.—L. W. Ayer, who has been cruising in the northern part of the state, returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Young of Crow Wing, visited friends in this place Sunday and Mouday. A pleasant dauce was held at Alex Reaper's in honor of Miss Eliza Reaper,' whose birthday anniversary occured Sunday. About 18 couples were pres­ ent, a few from Gie3u Prairie. Refresh­ ments were served. Mrs. M. E. C'oe went to Uoyalton Sat­ urday. 0. A. Coe, who has been very ill all winter, is now able to be out. F. J. Farrand is now hauling wheat to town. He iias about 300 bushels to feel). A few of the farmers have commenced Heeding. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Collins of Little Falln, were in this place Sunday. Ledoux. April 11.—The new brass baud took a prominent part in the Easter day cele­ bration. There wan a very large con­ gregation at the church. Father Sus cynski. in his address, thanked the band and Mr. Waldowsi for their efforts. The musicians were also present at the esper service i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 April 1899

TOOL BAG- Two items in White Bed Spreads TOMELTY'S BAZAAR STORE We did not have a word to say about this department for several weeks, but these big- cases just in this morn­ ing demands a word just to tell you where to get white bed spreads at about two thirds regular price. Cold type never does justice to this class of goods. You must see and handle the goods to know what they really .re, and not the least important is the price. The prices run like this: At 63c, a very fine full tiize Marseilles pattern white bed spread. At 90c, an excellent full size Marseilles pattern bed spread, made for fine wear. We mention these two items as specials but there are the other kinds at $2.75 and up. Fine Chamber Sets at Little Prices Are you cleaning house? But of course you are. Every one is at this time. Look in the spare bed room, don't that old chamber set look kind of out of date. It has done its duty. Buy an up-to-date one, you may have company* 1 A Forty Dollar Bicycle for $25. If this ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 April 1899

W)LL M. —i~arbe:m« CHAPTER I. '"Hats Mr. Hendricks returned from Masfjou "Just this minute, sir," replied the boy. "He's in the back room get­ ting his mail." tc. Lampkin entered the office and aat down in one of the soft leather-cov­ ered chairs. A. moment later the detective entered, «. package of unopened letters in his kfrnd. "Oh!" he ejaculated. "Hello, glad to see you.'" "LVe been wondering what had be ee-in-e of you," said the doctor, as he rose *a3' shook the disengaged hand of his itiead. "Every time 1 dropped in your oflje-e boy toid me he was expectingj'ou «a the very next train." "Delayed from hour to hour for near­ ly two \\t_eks," frowned Hendricks. '3?ben he laughed. "The joke is on me, aid man. 1 had really plumed myself «3S tine reputation 1 was going to make aver there to get even with the 13oston papers for -sneering at New York's 'big Selective,' as they called me, but lo ttsd behold! just as 1 was about to stir cp the phlegmatic old village by show­ ing my hand,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 April 1899

Grand Rapids Magnet: A newspa­ per occupies to a great extent the position in a community that a preacher does in a congregation. People look to it for advice. They expect it occasionally to disagree with them, to denonnce things, to admonish, to coax, to scold ii neces­ sary, but above all to advocate that which is best for the community's welfare. They not only expect this, but demand it, and ii they do not get it, they consider that a newspa­ per has failed in its mission, and in­ stead of being a guide, it is simply a mirror. The people would sooner see ideas that conflict with their own than see no^ideas at all or ideas that attempt to conform to their own and someone else's at the same time. A newspaper that honestly they neither opposes them respect opposes Men's fancy worsted suit, well worth $5.50, our price. one that nor agrees with them thev despise. And vet any of newspapers WEare amount believe that "policy" to attempt to Men's well made cassimere suits, made to sell fo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 April 1899

LITTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. UlTTLE FALLS PR7 NTING COMPANY CHAS. is. VA8ALY. Z9E HERALD EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, "Vaealy Block. Entered as second-class mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa­ pers changed must always gK their former well as their present address. All papers are contlnned unless an exullclt order is received for discontinuance and ua 11 all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other MTiodicals can have same in connection with at reduced rates. $1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY. APRIL 21. We know some republicans who would like to have been at the Cro ker six-bottle banquet. Yes, they need an insane asylum at Anoka. A perusal of the Anoka Union makes that certain. Parts of the proclamation to the Filipinos read very much like a Rus­ sian general's edict to the conquered tribes of northern Asia. During 1898 the importation ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 April 1899

-, Smoke V. R. Cigars ™J. T. Morrison is now employed by T. J. Mathieson. Fred Stangl has tnoved his family to his residence-on Fourth street. Crawford Sheldon has succeeded F. A. Lindbergh as referee in bank­ ruptcy. Geo. Nichols is making a lot of re­ pairs on his residence. Third street northeast. Merrill Tuttle was at Grey Eagrle Saturday to see his brother Roy, who is again quite sick. Wm. Megee came up from Minne­ apolis Tuesday. He will again be tallyman for the scalers at the saw mill. The Junior class of the High School entertained the Seniors Saturday evening at the home of Florence and Mark Millspaugh. Martin Johnson is here from Eau Claire to work in the Pine Tree shin­ gle mill. He was employed there a short time last year. David Conner, foreman for Free­ man & Gray, has gone to Swan River, in the northern pare of the state, to make preparations for his firm's drive. The little son of N. Simon, of Two Rivers, was operated on Friday at the hospital by Drs. Roberts an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 April 1899

Gof Dr.of "T Professional Cards M.A. FOHTIER, M.D., C.M..Graduate Victoria UniTersity, b'lynn Osurgeon. DR.Store. It has a flavor all Ks own Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office boors 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Office over Wetzel's drug(store residence, corner ol First street ana First ave. N. £. Mb LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and snrgeon D. Philadelphia, L. P. G. London, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hoars: .9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Jfcwfdence at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes Mock. Jgeon. G. MlL,LSPAUGH,phystc!an and snr ock. Office hours: 1 A p. m. aud '7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. aud Third St S. E. C. TRACE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon to St. Gabriel,s Hopital. Surgeon to N-rf-h*""i PaciflcR. R, Office hours. 9 to 11 a. in., Ijo Bp. m. Officein Lindbergh block. Kesidence, South Conrtiijit., east of Court House, Little Falls, N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, 2 to 4 a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 April 1899

I -J vVt-. 1 W. A N \. .»M 1 L. O. BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store, Also complete line of.. .. It R. Up-to- date in Chas. S. Fee, G. P. A Kittle L'jslls. Minn ST- RAUL MINX. YOU CAM USE Orlglnatora of The Catalogue Business. 1.'. !A-" 4 n. V" "t\f '~"Y- I L"V: "The big catalogue tonus one of tba Unas* ehepelBemSlSS oyoe's Monthly Chicago. •Wistr catalogue is a vast department store boiled dowa."—4 -catalogue "The catalog "A law «liou Ws mil (uU tkaaiaais sf ill WEE TO CONSUMPTIVES. WW Frssl] Drugs. Lin.3-TD©3? "R1 "r. #WmWw!Wfl^ WWW# ffteady to Supply .... I carry the most complete stock of.... 1 FAIY GROCERIES, CROCKERY, 3 CUSS, EWtTHEH"»CHINA WABE I S O E S 1 T~~ .... From a Child's to an Aged^ManV ZS I am the leader in common china and earthenware. r3» decorated china and earthenware. dinner porcelain sets. 12 ,4 chamber sets. toilet sets. glass sets. yellow ware. :38 •Rockingham ware r* stone ware. 12 table and pocket cutlery, ^5 5r- Come and see me before you place your orders else- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 April 1899

Bail Prairie. atpnl 1.8.—James Ward returned home -isn the woods Tuesday, where he has workiug since December last. He -^wsatnfew davs visiting at borne and left for Hope N D., where he in -fct«S8 to work till fall, 35r. Hoover went to Lincoln on busi issess Thursday. The dance given at Albert Ward's Fri Saj? bright was a grand success. Those present report a splendid time. S&muel Page returned to the Falls Sat •rdsy, where he intends to work for the Pice Tree Lumber Co., the coming sum ®«r. ELoadu are getting bad and but little te&YB work can be done and qnle»s you got your wood in to The Her a 4i before this you may miss a good ebaiice to pay up your subscription. 5ofan and Albert Ward transacted sastness in Motley Saturday. Two cyclists of this vicinity, while out rkiing Sunday, met with an accident will cause both quite an expense &t> itsve their wheels repaired. Mnshatt went to the Fhlls on business Mouday. Fred I5onk went to Motley Tuesday. Mr. Ignicious has hee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 April 1899

Dress Goods for Children and Ladies at Little Prices The dress goods store did not have a word to say lately, but these big cases of fine cotton fabrics just in this morning demand some at­ tention. All of them are very new and very fancy, without the fancy prices that are gen­ erally tacked on suph goods. Thereare some new undescrib able colors, there are fancy plaids and stripes at about two-thirds of the prices that are current for such goods. Hints here of prices: Fancies in plaids and stripes 8c, 10c, 12c, 15c, 20c and 25c. Corsets that Fit Every day gives fresh proof of the goodness of the G. D. corsets and waists. La­ dies that are hard to fit should come here. We may have just the kind to fit you and the prices are always low. About one fourth more than we charge would be a fair price for those high grade corsets. Price hints here: 35c, 45c, 50c, 75c, 99c, $1. High Grade Baby Carriages at Little Prices We call special attention to our baby carriages. There is a special goodn...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 April 1899

W»LL M. —harbetm* [Continued from last week.] CHAPTER H. As the two friends turned into sight 'Of the twelve-story hotel, they saw in froat of it a long- line of fashionable carriages from which were alighting men and ladies in evening dress. "Swell blow-out," commented Hen­ dricks. "Doctor, we ought to have on -our swallow-tails and white neckties." "I have almost given up that sort of 'thing," replied the doctor. "My prin­ cipal amusement nowadays seems to be watching yon at 3'our work. If that eastern chap, Kola, hadn't won your heart so completely, I'd have given up my own iims and tried to become your right bovver." "You are that already, old man," re­ turned the detective. "But Kola can't 5e depended on. When it suits him he •works with me like a prairie on fire, but often when I have the most impor­ tant matters on hand I find him in his old rat-hole of a den drugged to his eyes in the suffocating smoke and odor of incense, and moving about in liis gray robe and cowl like a h...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 April 1899

|A IT 0 1 N OOD made S5, here IG II honest well suits, worth $3.48 IGHT style all wool cassimere suits made to sell for 11 IS llldUt $4.98 S7.50, here DAM cloth cheviot and black clay suits, worth $10, here LL the latest styles and fabrics in spring suits from $7.50 to... HE working men's friend never rip pts, our price cheviot suits, $7.50 ""MENS- Si Call on styles in spring $13.51 nen's pts, 98c Boys' Clothing [E are selling a ves tee suit, worth |WO piece boy's chev­ iot suits' sell at y- Double Texture Full Box Mackintoshes in Tan Tweed, Each AND 1 PATENT SEAMLESS SHOES fj Have sold so rapidly, and given such |Qc yg good satisfaction that we have put gR 35 in a large stock of.... jl| PATENT sj They are Just the Shoe for Comfort. & jg No Seams to Hurt the Foot. Hf No Seams to Rip. & $ $ T. W. PALMER, If You Need Window Shades, Ready Mixed Paints, Imitation Stained Glass, Varnish in Small Cans, Cycling Enamel, Buggy and Wagon Paint, Brushes, Steel Wool, Floor Polish, Kalso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 April 1899

'r UTILE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. (JTTLE FALLS PR! NTING COMPANY CHAS. E. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, Vasaly Block. Entered as Becond-claee mail matter. (Subscribers ordering address of their pa­ pers changed must always gh their former well as their present address. •11 papers are continued unless an explicit order Is received for discontinuance and na­ il all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid iB $rlnted after the addreBs. Subscribers wishing magazines or other periodicals can have same in connection with TIE HERALD at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY. APRIL 28, Mr. Quay was acquitted, but that doesn't change the evidence. Marj Jane Lease has become a spiritualist. Mary was always a high spirited woman. Geo.|Canfield says the republican "good roads" plank was inter­ preted "railroads" by the legisla­ ture. Mayor Harrison of Chicago has declared for Bryan. The St. Paul Globe would better get in...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 April 1899

4! !A Smoke V. R, Gigars Two children o! Mrs. 1\ F. fiohan are quite sick. The kindergarten sessions are now held in the forenoon. Ten men came up from Royalton Friday to work on the boom. City orders to registered prior April 7,1898, are now payable. Dell Williams, who is traveling for a Chicago grocery house, visited relatives here Sunday, A. Tanner received a carload of sugar direct from New York, Friday. The deal involved over $2,000. Mrs. Homer Hiiborn and children have gone to Eckelson, N. D., where Mr. Hiiborn has gone to farming. Jas. Stewart has returned from Wausau, Wis., where he has been since coming back from Louisiana. The meeting night of the Scandi­ navian Young People's society has been changed from Wednesday to Tuesday evening. The Little Falls Dramatic Co. pre­ sented "A Little Heroine" to a good sized audience at Rovalton Thurs­ day evening last week. The county auditor has be» un the distribution of the sugar beet seed: Several farmers are going to experi­ ment ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 April 1899

Professional Cards C• M. A. FORTIER, M.D., C.M..Graduate .of Victoria University, Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours fc to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m, Office over Wetzel's drag Btore residence, corner of First street and First ave. N. E. fit M. JtOJBERTS, ... and surgeon M. D. Philadelphia, -'a. L. P. G. 0 London, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Reaidence at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes block. Jgeon. G. MILILSPAUGH,physician and sur "-'lynn.b ock. Office hours: 1 to 4p.m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residencs corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. OHurgeon. C. TRACE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon to St. Gabriel.s Hopital. Surgein to Nor^v»nrn Pacific R. R, Office hocrs. 9 toll a. 5 p. m. Officein Lindbergh biock. iiesidence. South Fourth St., east of Court House, .Little Falls, AUnn. DR.Btore. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, 2 to 4 afternoon, 6 to 8 evening. Te...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 April 1899

I I L. D- BROWN, YOU CAM USE IT Up-to date in I Pioneer Drug Store, 1 J. W. Frssti Drugs. Xj±33.c3-"t)©3?glhi_ "R"1 "k-. •iiiiiyiiiimiiiiiimiHiimimiiiiiiiiiimiiiffliimiiiiJiimiiHiiiiiHiiHiiiiuiiim* I fteady to Supply .... I carry the most complete stock of.... I FANCY GROCERIES, CROCKERY. 3 I CLASS. EARTHEN CHINA WARE 1 A lso a complete line'of.... SHOES, k' Sash, Blinds, Doors. Building Paper, Lime, =ss Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVER W CHILLED PLOWS.... Mechanic's and Farming Tools. g§ #llllllllllllll»llllllllHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllBIIIHIIIIIIIMUmHHIIIIIIIIimiUlllinil To 6T. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH AND JOINTS EAST & SOUTH To BUTTE HELENA SHOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE T. W. M.WN. Agent. Little Kalis. Minn Chas. S. Fee, G. P. A. ST. A?& "sendl5rftnt«# Originator* of The Catalogue Business. FREE TO CONSUMPTIVES. tiflffW# .From a Child's to an Aged Man's. 1 am the leader in common china and earthenware. decorated china and earthenwar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 28 April 1899

^M' Elm Dale April 25.—Mrs. Sobieck add daughter Julia, visited friends in Swan River last week. Nick Henueck and son of Holdingford, were in the village Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Firkus and daughter Elsie, were Little Falls visitors Satur­ day. Mr. and Mrs. Psick, of Swan River, visited at the home of Mr. Sobieck Fri­ day and Saturday. Miss Stella Davies. who is teacoing at Little Elk, spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Miss Gunda Guilder sou spent Friday and Saturday with her sister, Mrs. H. A. Hanson. Alias Etta Jacobson, who is teaching in Upsala, spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hanson enter­ tained a number of friends from the vil­ lage Saturday, the occasion being Mrs. Hanson's birthday anniversary. Re­ freshments were served late in the even jug, and the guests departed after spend­ ing a few hours very pleasantly. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Vallett spent a few days visiting friends in Bu^trum and Grey Eagle. They returned Sunday evtiuiug. Miss Kennedy of Royalton, cl...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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