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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 May 1899

VOL 12. NO. 10. These Bicycles Pretty Baby Carriages TOMELTY'S BAZAAR STORE Farewell April, the Month of Showers. This business has just past its 10th April month. Our sales this April is fifty per cent larger than any month of April this business ever saw, and has seen nine more be­ sides the one just gone, and on the same street. Our lease of these two stores says we are to be here five more years. If,, we have ever sold an article that failed to earn its full cost in service, no matter what the transaction, the pur­ chaser is bound in justice to give us a chance to redeem the pledge of satisfaction that goes with every sale. The more you examine our bicycles, the better you like them. We like to have you compare with our bicy­ cles and prices those of other houses, then we are sure you will decide in our fa­ vor. Ten dollars is the sav­ ing you make when you buy our low priced $25 bicycle fif­ teen dollars is the saving you make when you buy our $35 bicycle. Last week a lot of ba...

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. — 5 May 1899

Win. n. —MARBErn# [f'onthiued from last week,] "I have only one Isolated clew," be •aid, putting the severed band back on the ashes. "What is that?" "In his effort to cut and wrench this hand from the joint at the wrist, the murderer allowed his sharp nails to sink int-o the itesh. The marks did not «how at the time, but the process of decomposition has brought them out distinctly. Doctor, the fellow who did the job manicures his finger-nails to aharp points, as is the vog-ue among so eiety men of a certain class." Hendricks shook his head, and point­ ed to the open fireplace where lay the ashes of a wood fire. "Xo, this is the only fireplace and it Jias not been used for a fortnight." "Are yon sure?" incredulously. '"Quite sure. This chimne3' seems to conic straight down from the roof, and raindrops have fallen and left their im­ prints here. It rained two weeks ago and has been clear ever since." "I would never have thought of that." "It is my business to think of every­ thing." L...

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. — 5 May 1899

RI6MD A good summer corset 2oc A much I letter summer corset value 50c, for. 35c We also show the finest line of 50c, and *l.oo corsets in the city. "PavasoVs This sudden warm Aveather will brine: par­ asols right to the front. We have a 26-inch twilled gloria parasol, steel rod, a regular tiOc one, our price 45c We have prrasols at 75c, J, 1.25 up to $1.75 all of them great values. S\voes We have received this week the following in this department: Ladies' lace dongola kid shoes, EE last, per­ fectly solid, well worth 81.75, our price $1.33 Ladies' lace kangaroo calf shoes, EE last, per­ fectly solid, worth $1.75, our price .. .$1.33 Mens" low shoes in box calf, solid right through and very tasty, onr price $1.50 MENS" Gallon Have sold so rapidly, and given such good satisfaction that we have put in a a to Opposite Salvation Army hall.... Cw famous BLtB LABKl, SKASD. he best, in tbe i. Pricts uiilsor deliver liieaso. Omaha mm For the safe investment of your money no other store in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 May 1899

LITTLE FALLS HERALD E8TABLI8HED. 1889. itlTTLE FALLS fBJNTING COMPANY CHAS. E£. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD 1b published Every Friday Horning at 201 Broadway, Vaealy Block. Entered as second-class mall matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa pen changed must always gi their former well as their present addres*. All papers are continued unless an explicit order is received for discontinuance and un­ it all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid ib printed after the addresB. Subscribers wishing magazines or other jriodicale can have Bame In connection with HEHAI.D at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1899 MAT. 1899 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. 1 Sa. 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 13 20 27 FRIDAY. MAY 5. The governor of Illinois has vetoed the beet sugar bounty bill. The absurd Pioneer Press calls John Lind a copperhead. Weil, if the gov­ ernor is a copperhead, there's a lot of 'em in these United States. The Pioneer Press ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 May 1899

Smoke V. R. Cigars Richard Bros, have begun work on the addition to their building. Born—To Dr. and Mrs. N. W. Chance, Monday, .Vay l,a daughter. The Louise Brehany ballad and comedy company may appear here May 26th. Jacob Gazette, the well known business man of Rices, will move to Minneapolis. The Pine Tree saw mill began working on a night and day schedule Wednesday evening. It will cost you only a little time to consult Dr. Corkins and know whether your eyes are right. Hotel Buckman. Afternoons. The Transcript will not make any friends for the park project by as­ sailing the proposed light and *ater bonds for purposes of compar­ ison. The graduating class of the St. Cloud High school planted an elm tree Monday, and dedicated it to Miss Rebecca Ashley, principal of the echool. M. A. Nichols, son of R. N. Nichols, and well known here, has been ap­ pointed superintendent of the Moon & Kerr Lurrber Co. of Virginia, MiDn. Mr. Nichols has been travel­ ing for a sash and door concer...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 May 1899

iff M.A. FORTIEft, M.D., C.M..Graduate of Victoria University, Montreal, Janada. Surgeon to St. (iaorlel jspital. Jmce hoars to a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Jflice over Wetzel's drag score re^ldeuce. sorner of Firat street and i«'irat aire. S. E. G. L. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon M. D. Philadelphia, -'a.. L. P. *. London, England. specialty, nose, throat ind ear. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m„ 2 to 4 *ud 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Jteaidence at dEotel Buck man. Offices in Rhodes block. S. O. Mf L.L^PAUiitl,physician and sur geou. 'lynn ock. Offic hours: 1 to tp. m.aud 7 to 8 p. in. Residencj corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. 0 TiV'v 'I. :, A ma. Da.Store. 1 1^ I'J aad ^II. -it ijibrieLs Hopita!. .Sni-4'' 's R. R, Jftiue hoars. 'J toll a. .j p. m, Officein Liiilber^h biot'K. Risideuee, Si'Jth Fourth St., east'of Court House, Little Falls. NT, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, 1 to 4 afternoon, 0 to 8 evening. Tele jnoneconnectioD, Wetzel's drug Btore., Littl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 May 1899

1 L. 0. Pioneer 1 4i SPOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN IJp-to date in every detail. CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE '1'. W. MANN, Agent. Little Fall*. Minn Chas. S. Fee, G. P. A. p. 4 Frssl} Drugs. r=l S T.H -i-i ZISSZISIISS^SS^SSS^SSI^SSII^^SIIIIISSSS^^^SSSIIIISZSSZ .... I carry the most complete stock of I FflHCK GROCERIES, CROCKERY. 1 I CLASS. EARTHEN CHINA WARE 1 Also a complete line of... SHOES, *uiiuauumiiiiuiaiiuuuiiiuiuuiuiuaiaiuuuuiuuiu* Sash, Blinds, Doors. Building Paper, Lime, =5 ss Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVER W 3 CHILLED PLOWS.... irr Mechanic's and Farming Tools. IiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiHiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiniiBiwHiiiniiuiitiiiiiiiaii^ To ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH AND JOINTS EAST &. SOUTH TO BUTTE HELENA ST. PAUL- MINN. YOU CAN USE IT fREE TO GOISUMPTIVES. "•"St. Sold at A •. 5^v*V ^*4, BROWN, T-xa-rfy1-i "R1 ~Ur .g IfleadytoSupply .. From a Child's to an Aged Man's. I am the leader in common china and earthenware. SH k* decorated china and eart...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 5 May 1899

May 3.—Andrew Schmidbauer of Buh died of pneumonia Saturday, aged 35 year#, after a week's illness. The funeral took place from the St. Joseph's church Monday, Rev. Father Stephen officiating and the remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery. The deceased leaven a wife and 6 children besides his father, 5 brothers and 5 sisters, to monrn his early departure. He carried $2,000 in­ surance in the John Hancock Life in' suraace Co. The tluee year old child of \fr. and Mrs Carl Kapener died Wednesday and was buried Friday. St, Joseph and Vincent de Paul society will meet next Sunday. The saloons were ordered closed on Sundays by some parties of Buh, but that will probably not have much effect -on Pierz. The county attorney will be present at the village council meeting Saturday evening, to de ide on all disputed points regarding the last election. The supervisors of Pierz and Buh will meet at the village hall on We :nesday, May 10th. at 2 o'clock p. m., to receive bid* and let the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 May 1899

This SpSIGG For LITTLE TOMELTYS BAZAAR STORE Reserved Tomelty's VOL. 12. NCUl. LITTLE FALLS. MORRISON COUNTY, MINNESOTA. &* "I- ,'H# The Pine Tree Foxx^. The biff mill of the Pine Tree Co. is now in operation day- and night. There is every indication of an un­ interrupted season's works as there is an ample supply of logs. The Grow Wing drive, if it does not come out, will not affect the supply materially. There have been rather more changes than usual in the workisg fprce this year, several of the em­ ployes having moved away, and others gone into ether work. The names of the men comprising the ex­ ecutive and the more prominent parts of the working force are as fol­ lows: Peter Mus&er. president M. 6. Nor­ ton, vice-president Drew Musser, sec­ retary and treasurer C. A. Weyer haeuser, general manager E. M. Hoover, chief of sales department B. J. flinkle, superintendent pine land and logging department F. E. Levis, head bookkeeper Herman Utsch, re­ tail accountant Aug. Chri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 May 1899

10 WILL n. —marbetm ['\jiituiued i'roin last week.] CHAPTER IV. As the doors opened in response to •heir ring, the visitors saw four foot­ men in livery ranged against the wall, like guards before the Vatican. Hen iricks, with an air that showed his unfamiliarity with just such a field of operation, gave his hat to the nearest man and, keeping on his overcoat, he walked straight into the drawing Toom. Lampkin was more deliberate. He took off his overcoat, gave it and his silk hat to a lackey and came in and tat down quite as if he were expect­ ing to be summoned to the boudoir of A wealthy patient. Miss Huntington was a few steps in advance of Mrs. Winfret, as the two ladies entered through the folding ioors from the rear. "My aunt feels sorry of her hesita­ tion just now, Mr. Hendricks," she be­ gan, with a genial smile "but she is much given to reading all the sen­ sational news lately that she is con­ stantly expecting some awful calamity to befall us. She is worried now with the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 May 1899

One price to all. No misrepre­ sentation of goods permit­ ted or prefer­ ence shown That Well. MEN'S swell spring suits, made up of ..very choice patterns in Scotch cheviots. They have panel lining of novelty satin, with piped edges, worth $40. We sell them at 45c Sell them at.... A good summer corset 25c A much better summer corset value 50c, for. 35c We also show the linest line of 50c, and 5?l.oo corsets in the city. "?avaso\s This sudden warm weather will bring par­ asols right to the front. We have a 26-inch twilled gloria parasol, steel rod, a regular t0c one, our price .45c We have prrasols at 75c, 1, 1.25 up to £1.75 all of them great values. SVvoes We have received this week the following in this department: Ladies' lace dongola kid shoes, EK last, per­ fectly solid, well worth £1.75, our price £1.33 Ladies' lace kangaroo calf shoes, EE last, per­ fectly solid, worth £1.75, our price .. .£1.33 Mens' iow shoes in box calf, solid right through and very tasty, onr price £1.50 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 May 1899

1 if r- r- LITTLE FILLS HERALD ESTABLISHED* 1889. KITTLE FALLS HUNTING COMPANY CHAS. t£. VASALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, "Vasaiy Block. Entered aB second-claea mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of tbeir pa­ pers changed must always gi their former mm well as their present addres*. All papers are continued unless an explicit order is received for discontinuance and un­ it all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other periodicals can have same in connection with TVE HEHAI.D at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1899 MAT. 1899 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. 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. MAY 12. The man is not necessarily the truest patriot who talks the most about his loyalty to his country. Without detracting from his heroic qualities, it is evident that General Funston has a good press age...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 May 1899

Smoke V. R. Cigars F. A. Richardson left for Verndale Tupsday. The Boom company will start a drive from here next week. Rev. A. A. Jose preached in St. Paul's church, Brai.erd, last even­ ing. John Valentine, although still weak, has recovered enough to be out. Walter Folsom started well in bus­ iness, selling a piano to Miss A. Jendro. H. N. Harding, who has been sick with pneumonia for a week, is much better. The family of F. W. Goodrich, of the N. P. engineer corps, has arrived from St. Paul. Mrs. R. J. Richardson will return from Fallbrook, Cal., and made her home in this citv. J. M. Tuttle returned Tuesday from a visit to Applefcon, Wis. He may decide to locate there. Sehroeder's plumbing shop has been repaired, naw ceilings and a maple floor having been put in. Bryaut & Jackson have moved their merry-go round to Royalton, and from there will go northward. John McCarthy, John Ball, Jr., John Batters and W. Witberell have gone to Montana Co work on rail­ road grading. It is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 May 1899

Professional Cards GM.A.Victoria FOBTIER, .D., C.M..Graduate of Uni vereity, Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence, corner of First street and FirBt aye. N. E. LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon D. Philadelphia, .J&. L. P. G. O L«ndon, 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 Buekman. Offices in Rhodes block. Jgeon. G. MIL.L-*PAUGH,physician and sur "'lynn.b ock. Offic hours: 1 to 4 p. m. aud 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. 0 0. T1VC3. VI, 0. Physician and Sirg-toa to St. Gabriel.s Hopital. Surge to Vorth^n Pi Mfie R. K, Office hours. 9 toll a. iu., .* 5 p. m, Officein Lindbergh biock. Residence, South Fourth St.. east of Court House, Little Falls, titan. DR.Store. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, 2 to 4 afternoon, 6 to 8 evening. Tele­ p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 May 1899

.... I To YOU CAM USE IT Up-to date in Originator* of The Catalogue Buslaena. FREE TO GOISIItPTIVES. K_- ,, ,?ir ,* 'S%£S& "*"-T j^V L. O. BROWN, Pioneer Drug. Store.| Frssti Dru$3. ii ~n d'bejg'Iti. B13^.. #mWm1TrWWWflf!!fflfWn?WW!!fttf!!?1!Tm!Tr WWflr# Peady to Supply carry Also a complete line of.... the most complete stock of I FANCY GROCERIES, CROCKERY, 3 Class. EIIBTHEN»"»Emm WME SHORS, 1 E .... From a Child's to an Aged Man's. 2 fez I am the leader in common china and earthenware. y- decorated china and earthenware. dinner porcelain sets. chamber sets. toilet sets. glass sets. yellow ware. Rockingham ware. Si stoneware. 2 table and pocket cutlery, fc Come and see me before you place your orders else g- wiiere. Get prices and be convinced that the prices are SIH right and the cheapest in the city 12 PETER M. MEDVED. 3 UiiUiiiJUiUiUiUiUiUiUUiiUiUiUiUiUiUUiUiiUUilUUllU* •II1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM I J. W. BERG, Bmu EASX &. SOUTH PORT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 12 May 1899

«r*~i Pierz. May 10.—The village election taugle was t-ettled Saturday evening. The fol­ low itig officers were declared elected by ihe old council after a recount of the bal­ lots, which wan done under advice of bounty Attorney Lyou: President. l\ tl. Berg Trustees. Hubert Bares, Wm filler, and Frank Marshik Recorder, A. Sitzman Treasurer, Jacob Blake Jus tice, Rarney Gross Constable, Jos. Se iub. Peter Van Herke who was ill with a fiver disease for about 3 months, left for Minneapolis Wednesday, where he will lave an operation performed. Chas. Brown, our photographer, has stored his gallery to Alberta, Benton sonnty. Jacob Dengel, who had his arm torn out and legs broken in the Poster saw anill. is improving and will probably re ®over. Tbe town board of Pierz will meet at John Pavta's place on Monday, May 15th, at 3 o'clock p. m., to receive bids aud let the contract to ditch and cover the corduroy between sections 24 and 25, with about 12 inches of gronnd. John Zuleager of Rices,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 May 1899

raxes® J||g This For TOMELTYS BAZAAR STORE Space Reserved Tomelty's Storew VOL 12. NO. 12. LITTLE FALLS. MORRISON COUNTY, MINNESOTA. A. Tanner Sells 'His Large Grocery Busi­ ness to THE TANKER MERCANTILE CD. H. H. Tanner will Have Charge of the Interests of the New Concern. A. Tanntr has sold out his entire grocery stock and fixtures and leased his building for a term of years, to the Tanner Mercantile Co., a corporation with ample capital, including several Little Falls busi­ ness men, which will take charge next Monday. Mr. Tanner has been in business in Little Fails most of the time for forty-two years. His grow­ ing flour mill business requires his entire time. He intends to double the capacity of his mill in the near future. Mr. Tanner's son, H. H. Tanner, who has virtually grown up in the business, will oe general man­ ager of the mercantile company. His long experience and thorough ac­ quaintance with every detail of the business, will be of great value to the concern, which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 May 1899

WILL n. —MARBETM COPYRIGHT. 1693 BY A.N [Continued from last week.] CHAPTER V. Airs. Winfret solicitously accom­ panied her niece to her chamber. She dismissed the drowsy maid, and herself undressed the girl and sat beside her bed for some moments. Her own nervousness seemed to have taken a little flight into the realm of gratified vanity over having aided a famous de­ tective in a most important investiga­ tion. When Dorothy seemed quieter ahe rose and went softly to her own room. Dorothy found herself alone. There was an awful solemnity about the ar­ tistic chamber with its high ceiling dec Mated with figures that seemed to rise from their somber background and peer at her through the subdued light. The passage of vehicles on the street below was now markedly infrequent. The girl judged that it was about three •o'clock. The moonlight, chill and ghostlike, fell in through a window. "It is no use," cried the girl. "I can see no hope for him. Oh, God help me!" She rose, and, drawing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 May 1899

/7TTr 'n^ jMfc- •TTT- HHk /m^ 'W» #. SFtttfUSK 6s "^owr *"Redi ComfarlatoW? I This being the season of the year when house-wives are busy cleaning house, and furniture, no'doubt some will find that their old wooden bedsteads are not satisfactory. They are in a shaky and unsafe condition, and should be replaced. Now is the time to replace them with a good substantial iron bedstead, that will last a life time and make house cleaning a much more pleasant work, for they are vermin proof, neat and durable. We have on hand now a large and well selected stock, We Avill reduce it too by quoting prices that should change the owners of these useful articles of furniture very rapidly. Here are some prices: A full size iron bedstead, white enameled not brass mounted, regular §3.00 bed,will be sold for next week, at Our regular^o. 50 white enameled brass trimmed bedsteads will be sold for this week only at Our regular $4 iron beds will be sold for .§3.00 Our fancy, full brass rod mounted bed, wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 19 May 1899

UTILE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED. 1889. UTTLE FALLS PRINTING COMPANY CHA8. b'. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD 1B published Every Horning at 201 Broadway, VaaalT Friday Block. Entered as second-class mall matter. Subscribers ordering address of their pa­ pers changed must always gi\ their former am well as their present address. •11 papers are continued nnless an exolicit order is received for discontinuance and u 11 all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other rjrlodicals can have same in connection with RBI HERALD at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. 1899 MAT. 1899 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. 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. MAY 19. The newly-elected democratic mayor of Baltimore was an ardent supporter of the Chicago platform in 1896 and favors its readoption in 1900. The Granite Falls Journal calls the anti imperialists "addlepates." There i...

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