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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 18 February 1898

Knglibj- -.valnuts. Fin or^nqfes, Zj': "x:ons,per do.. ?. 44 10c DRIED FRUIT Fancy evap. apples lb .. 10c Large Cal. prunes, lb .. 8c Medium 5c, 21 lbs $1.00 New Cal. raisins, lb.... 5c Fancy Cal. peaches, lb.. 10c CAN GOODS Fancy Cal. apricots .. ..- 15c peaches ..... 15c Good can peaches .. .. 1, 12c Fine can corn, 3 for.. .. 25c Good Lima beans, 3 for. 25c Golden wax beans, can.. 10c Salmon steak (Columbia river) 15c Sardines, per can 5c Mstrd sardines, lrgecari 8c Best golden syrup, gal.. 25c Good N. O. molasse^j^al 25c Parlor matches, 12 boxes 10c Household ammonia in large bottles Good bulk baking pow­ der, per lb j4 lb can baking powder 1 lb Imperial Soda 5c 3 packages yeast, any kind 1 lb package macaroni.. Sago, tapioca, pearl bar­ ley, per lb Hominy, per lb 4c Try a sack rye graham 20c 15c 10c 5c 10c 10c 5c Swift's fancy bacon .... 10c ham 10c Swift's Cal. ham 7c A full line of smoked, salted and spiced fish on hand' for lent. COFFEE Arbuckle, Lion or any other kind pkge c...

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. — 18 February 1898

m-i w'"- & ar r-fa S$ RGR?,- Feb. 16.—Sleighs are Hansen & Swanson's. We hear that J. S. Bergqtrom is going to put up a photograph gallery ax Elm Dale. We wwh hiu. well, as he is a man that understands his business and guarantees satisfaction. The farmers in this viciuity are'haul ing logs to John Swedbaek's saw mill, John tS wed back, in company with bis brother, E. J., of Delano. have gone to Rsd Lake, where they intend to start a saw mill in the near future. Rev. Carlson is in Holding Ford this iveek, Adolph Johnson, who bas been very ill the past two weeks, is now gettiug better. Mr. Gnnderson, of Elm Dale, was seen on our streets last week. Fort Ripley. Feb. 17.—Sain Trebby was in town Monday on business. Geo. Hutchinson made a trip to the Jails Thursday. There was a dance at Hutchinson hall Monday night. Some unprincipled party stole 15 cords ol'jack pine cord wood from A. Pader soxi one day last week. Claude's cord wood was also a little shy of his expectations. Howev...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 February 1898

1 »ii Came to Morrison County." By O. A. COE (Continued from February 11.) !low we came to bear of thu Chipjpe I was' intentions to massacre the whites in this part of the country vvas through I)au Mooers. He was taken prisoner by fl' the Indians and would not have escaped if it bad not been for a friendly indian. When he got aw»y he sent word to .everyone to prepare to fight the Iudians, Wati they were planning a raid on the $?• %eoui»tr.y. His advice was given none too soon. He sent word to St. Paul ana a company of soldiers were sent up here at once. Fields of ripe grain were left to die, cattle were turned \ose to take care of themselves. Every one went to the forts except Rtev. Ayer's family and my own. My |-|rife and I talked it over and as we •f wert, so well acquainted with most J|of the Indians we decided we would •pBOtji go to the fort yet a while. The HSioux had sent tobacco and pipes to the Mille Lacs Indians and tried to get them to join them, but the chief sent back wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 February 1898

POST OFFICE STATISTICS. I Interesting' Table Prepared by the Free Delivery Division. Percentage of Coat of the Carrier Service In the Larger Cities— Number of Square Hllei Covered. Chief Machen, of the free delivery «rfvision of the post office department, has prepared an interesting table giv­ ing a mass of information regarding the carrier delivery service at 50 of the largest post offices of the country. One of the principal points made prominent Is that relating to the percentage of the cost of the carrier service. In New York this percentage is 17.94, in Chi­ cago, 22.79 Philadelphia, 29.23 Brook­ lyn, 51.74 Boston, 23.38 St. Louis, 20.G2 Baltimore, 34.92 San Francisco, 25.28 Cincinnati, 19.22 Cleveland, 23.80 Buffalo, 25.55 New Orleans, 26.26 Pittsburgh, 21.99 Washington, 34.66 Rochester, 22.39 Kansas City, 16.72 Indianapolis, 21.93 Denver,24.25 Syracuse, 22.96 Richmond, 22.53, and Atlanta, 15.24. The number of square miles served carriers in the above named cities is in round...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 February 1898

0 v. «•*. Jr •A **-'.* *$ *TW\ A. D. DAVIDSON,T President. Mt W ILL!Auij NATIONAL & Vice Prest A.. R. DAVIDSON, Cashier. FRED STANOL, Ass't. Casbr. CaPITal* $50,000 Surplus and TJndiv'd Profits $25,000 Dl ECTOR8 A. Davidson, C. A. Lindbergh, M.M Williams, Peter W. Blake, Win. Davidson Theo. Wold, H. C. Garvin, Drew Musser. R. M. Weyerhauerer, C. D.Hawley. Ai Davidson. Transact a general banking business, buy ana sell to reign and domestic exdhanm. Pay nterest on time deposits WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT Dr.F.L.S«wiiA8a3State$t.Cw.w|Sw,eMeege For tb« speedy and permanent ctm of all NKRVOC8, CHRONIC PRIVATE DI8KA8K8, even in their most Mgrsvated forms. Write la strict confidence And receive opinion upon lour em and viu* "ble book of information FREE. Jk not diUj, TWO RIVERS MUTUAL FIRE INS. 00. JOHN HAESEUK, Pres. S. SCHWIENTEK, Secy. Whites Insurance in the towns of Two Rivers, Elm Dale, Swan River and Brock way. Rale, Three mills on the Dollar Farmers in above named towns should in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 February 1898

4 LITTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED, 1889. UTTLE FAT S. \TING COMPANY CHA8. is. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HEKALD in published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, "Vasaly Block. Entered as second-class m&ll matter. Subscribers ordering address of the'«* pa­ pers changed must always gh eth«ir former mm well as their present address. All papers are continued unless an exnlicit ordsr is received for discontinuance and un­ it all arrearages are paid. The date to which a subscription is paid is fcr'ntod after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other oeriodicals canjiave same in connection with Tpb Hehaj-d at. reduced rates. $1.50 PER YEAR. 1898 FEBRUARY. 1898 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. $a. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ^12 13 14 15 17 If :i9 20 21 22 28 24 21 2« 27 28 FRIDAY. FEB. 25. Our Circulation. Printers' Ink (New York): The Little Falls, Minn., Herald is credited with the largest. circulation accorded to any paper in Little Falls or in Morrison county. W. J. Bryan has indicated in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 February 1898

\17 ,- iBfislK* m\i annens. English walnuts.. 10c Pine oranges, per doz 15c Lemons, per doz 15c DRIED FRUIT Fancy evap. apples lb .. 10c Largi? Cal. prunes, lb .. 8c Medium 5c, 21 lbs $1.00 New Cal. raisins, lb.... 5c Fancy Cal. peaches, lb.. 10c CAN GOODS Fancy Cal. apricots .... 15c peaches .... 15c 'Good can peaches ... .. 12c Fine can corn, 3 for.... 25c Good Lima beans, 3 for. 25c Golden wax beans, can .. 10c Salmon steak (Columbia river) 15c Sardines, per can ...... 5c Mstrd sardines, lrgecan 8c Best golden syrup, gal.. 25c Good N. O. molasses, gal 25c Parlor matches, 12 boxes 10c Household ammonia in large bottles 15c Good bulk baking pow­ der, per lb 10c yti lb can baking powder 5c 1 lb Imperial Soda...... 5c 3 packages yeast, any kind 10c 1 lb package macaroni.. 10c Sago, tapioca, pearl bar­ ley, per lb 5c Hominy, per lb 4c Try a sack rye graham 20c Swift's fancy bacon .... 10c ham 10c Swift's Cal. ham 7c A full line of smoked, salted and spiced fish on hand for lent. COFFE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 February 1898

^4 iftiCj fe.,1 *Vs Professional Cards. O• BERTRAM. M. Physician and rnir j^eon, Swanrille, Minn. German poken. Office in Swnnville Pharmacy. Office lonre: 8 TO 10 a. m. 1 p, m. Gof M. A. KORTI'ER. M.D., C.M..Graduat Victoria University. Montreal Canada. Surgeon to "iSt. (Jaorlel Hospital. Office hours to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. Office over Wetzel's drug snore reM'Jeuce. corner of Firrt street and First ave. N. E. LM. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon. M.D. Philadelphia. Pa. L. P. G. C. 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. Jgeon. G. MIL.LSPAUGH, physician and sur lynn ock. Offie hours: 1 io 4 p. in. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residentsj corner \Third ave. and Third St S. E. Osurgeon. C. TRACE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon to St. Gabriel, Hospital. Surge in to Northern Pacific R. R. Office horrs: 9 toll a. m., to 2 5 p. m. Office in Lindbergh block. Residence, South Four...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 February 1898

r^U-W^v \\/$ Shelf ^4 JOD Ml WINTER ,-^ji n~J '.y •:. Our hats are the SWELL hats, so they told us during the opening and a great many of our cus tomers have made their selections, but we are getting a great many more bats in every day and would be glad to take your orders at any time. TflWOSHflKIERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS JUST RECEIVED. In our eagerness t« please the ladies we have not forgotten the children IMIIRS HOSOH I W. BERG, Ji! fleavv aflfdwafe ECHANICS aND FARMING TOOLS Removed to... C±±^y~ L. O- BROWN, Pioneer Drug Store. fFESH DptJGS Lipdbergh Block iHAS. H. BROWN ASCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. TIMES HAVE COME. can afford to iadulge yourself or your |n the luxury of a good weekly news Ind a quarterly magazine of fiction, "l^get both of these publications with .^ibrary of good novels for $5 per year. _— miKNBT imed for its brightness and the most 'p,' General Weekly—covering a wider ^subjects suited to the tastes of men jen of culture and refinement than any ever- published. Subscr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 25 February 1898

m- li 1 I ,#I*I T/IIJS: rV- I •\4-: •A -r i^'v t' Ja *. ,** c: Darling. x"V-^V%^ Feb 21.—The item in last' week's paper regarding a farm in Sectiun 34 should have read: There is only one farm owued by Aug. Liudahl uow in section 34 and the Swedish churcn and section 35 is building up only on the •ease siue of the Elk river. Remember section 35 is right in that l)ig city, Darling- W« have heard that th railroad company, as soon as. they •can investigate the matter may con­ struct a depot at Darling. We know the company is very liberal, but the iarmers should do tue beat they can in it hi» matter, such an selling wood, ties, 4jay and cattle, or anything they have to sell so that the company «onld meet the expense of a depot agent. If those holding land near Darling •ask. a hig price they will' r?ever get it, "The ra lroad coippany sold one 40 for $5 pe acre a few .vears ago. A little way irom this .and is twice as much. If you gentlemen lower the rates that land will KOOD be sold. Now...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 March 1898

J' 1 A ill- mm VICAR GENERAL NAGL Well Known Clergyman Receives a High .. Honor,. BISHOP TRGBEC'S OFFICIAL STAFF Revs. Lamothe and Raster, of Little Falls, Among Those Receiving Places. &t. Cloud Times: The official household of Rt. Rev. James Trobeft, of St. Cloud, has been completed by the s- lection of Very Rey. Edward J. Nag I of Rich Prairie, as vicar gen­ eral, and me following consultors: Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. P. Bauer, of St. Augusta. Rev. Gregory Steil, 0. S. B., of St. Cloud. Rev. W. Lange, Lake Henry. Rev. G. J. Goebel, Perham. These selections are the result of preferences expressed by the clergy of the diocese of St. Cloud. All the priests were asked to each suggest tfix names from which the Bishop might make his ^election of consultors. He is also allowed to name two of the consultors outside of this list. But, in this instance, SfcBishop Trobec did not avail himself •jfof this privilege. The reverend gentleman selected as Vicar General received the highest number of v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 March 1898

A good man St ffi£- ¥$ fe W- The judges of election meet next Tuesday for final registration. The following gives the the names of the judges and the polling places: First ward—Maurice Coleman, J. J-. Gross .and M. C. Davis, judges will meet at city hall. Second ward, first precinct—J. W. Close. Martin Smee and E. J. Ham­ lin, judges. Polling place, J. W. Close building on First street. Second ward, second precinct—E. W. Collins, A. B. Johnson and J. H. "Burrall, judges. Polling place, en­ gine room of Chemical No. 2, on Seventh street. Third Ward—Thos. Beaumont. O. S. Thompson and Ben Hang, judges. Polling place, Kerrich & Moeglein building on Minnesota avenue. In a private letter to the editor of the Staples World A. G. Lepper, writing from Spokane, Wash., says, among other things: "I received the four copies of the World today. Geo. (E. C.) Miller, who formerly tended bar for St. Pierre, Ed. Gross, of Aldrich, and myself, devoured them eagerly. It surprised us to find that th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 March 1898

v#ACa"V rTDOT "i"-. 15^1115' FIRST 1 GaPITaL f50,00u Surplus and Undiv'd Profits $25,000 LI ECTOHB A. Davidson, C. A. Lindbergh, M. Williams, Peter W.Blake, Wm^Davldfloo Theo. Wold, H'. C. Oarvin, Drew Musser. R. M. Weyerhauerer, C. D.Hawley, A. R. Davidson. Transact a general banking business, buv and sell loreign and domestic exchange. Pay nterest on time deposits "WHEN OTHERS FAJLL CONSULT Dr. P. 1.Swenwy. A323St»t»8t.Cw. CmjiMi. CMc^o For UwspMdrudpWDVMnteiiiaot all NKRVOtJS, CHRONIC PRIVATE DISBASB8, even in their most aggravated forma. Write la atrici confidence tnd receive opinion opop sour case tod till­ able book of information FREE. Xk not delay. TWO RIVERS MUTUAL FIRE INS. 00. JOHN HAESECK, Pres. S. SCHWIENTEK, a trying ordeal to face. If she does not J,Vl:•' *V/' "^-t4 -0.-*"' i-iv^ JM i. A. D. DAVIDSON/" Prenident. NATIONAL "iVBSi1 B. 4.. R. DAVIDSON, \, 17 Oanhler. I A E S A N Ass't. Uasbr. Secy. Writes Insurance in the towns of Two Rivers, Elm Dale, Swan River and Bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 March 1898

fgpfv }$$ w$&*t :«SiSSR ilMittBiaii LITTLE FALLS HEMLD ESTABLISHED. 1889. ».iTTLE FAT ', vi-1 3TCNG.C0MPAy CHAS. K. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD In published -Erery Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, Vaaaly Block. Entered fis Heoond-claea mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of thtfr pa pero changed must. always gh f.tn^ir former 90 well as their present address. All papers are continued unle-'s an exnllcit order is received for discontinuance and na­ il all arrearages are paid. The date tn which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other -eriodicals can have same in connection with Xse Hehai.d at reduced rates* SI.50 PER YEAR. 1898 KAECH. 1898 Su. Mo. Tu. Wfr. 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 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 On the battleship "Maine," there were four Canadians, seven English, fourteen Germans, thirty Irish, twenty-nine Scandinavians and 131 Americans—that is American born for all wer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 March 1898

g&f*^3K$ ,.*. T-«si-I & fl I English walnuts j»f'. |J0c. Fine oru.n^es, per doz 1,13c Lemonsyper doz .. .. "^l5cH DRIED FRU IT Fancy evap. apples lb VT 10c Large Cal. prunes, lb •!"./ 8c Medium 5c, 21 lbs $1.00 New Gal. raisins, lb. .. 5c Fancy Cal. peaches, lb.. 10c CAN GOODS Fancy Cal. apricots .... 15c 44 peaches .... 15c Good can peaches ...... 12c Fine can corn, 3 for.... 25c Good Lima beans, 3 for. 25c Golden wax beans, can.. 10c Salmon steak (Columbia river)........ ....... .. 15c Sardines, per can .. /. .. -f 5c Mstrd sardines, lrgecan 8c Best golden syrup, gal.. 25c Good N. O. molasses, gal 25c Parlor matches, 12 boxes lOp Household ammonia in large bottles 15c Good bulk baking pow­ der, per lb 10c Yi lb can baking powder 5c 1 lb Imperial Soda 5c 3 packages yeast, any kind 10c 1 lb package macaroni.. 10c Sago, tapioca, pearl bar­ ley, per lb 5c Hominy, per lb 4c Try a sack rye graham 20c Swift's fancy bacon .. .. 10c ham 10c Swift's Cal. ham........ 7c A full line o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 March 1898

•'mm & fc'/ MW'i'• w* TM'r I! "ff -I'x- ife js tt Professional Cards. O• BERTRAM. M. Physician and t»nr geoo, SwanTille, Minn.. German poken. Office in Swanvllle Pharmacy. Office lours: S to.IO a, itf. 1 to 3 p. m. to 8 p. m. Gof il. A. FORTIER. M.D., C.M.Graduate Victoria University. Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to s.St.4(*atrlel Hospital. Office hours ft to lO a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Office over Wetzel'n drug store re*ideuce. corner of Firrt street and First ave. N. E. LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon. D. Philadelphia, Pa. L. P. G. C. London, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours: 9 to 1J. a. m., 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. tn. Telephone. Residence at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes block. Jgeon. G. MIL.L«PADGH, physician, and sur iynn ock. Offic hours: 1 «o 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residenu comer Third ave. and Third St S. E. Osurgeon. C. TRACE, M. D, Physician -and 'Surgeon to St, Gabriels Hospital. Surge to Northern Pacific R. R. Office hours. 9 to ll.a. m., to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 March 1898

FALL & mz 'a WINTER 'Removed to... CHAS. A- G±±-y ..k Our hats are the SWELL hats, so they told us during the opening arid a great many of our cus­ tomers have made their selections, but we are getting a great many more hats in every day and would be glad to take your orders at any time. |P TABSOSHflWTERS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS JliST RECEIVED. In our eagerness t» please the ladies we have not torgotten the children MKS HOSCH GOOD TIMES HAVE COME. Yota ^n afford to isdulge yourself or yottr family |n the luxury ot a good weekly news 'paper/and a quarterly magazine of fiction. You 6an get both of these publications with almost a library of good novels for $5 per year. A ew YQflK ,W. BERG, jm f-leavv Shelf aHr^wafe MECHANICS AND FARMING TOOLS L. D- BROWN, Pioneer Drag Store. FflESH DPUGS THE JOURNAL Of SOCIETY mr THUttoor world famed for its brightness and the most complete General Weekly—covering a wider range subjects suited to the tastes of men Bt-^1 wfvnen of culture and refinement...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 4 March 1898

tf tff IAnooln Items. March 1.—Mr. Castle made a business trii» to Little Falls Saturday. Ole Knutson is working on the section again. Dan Randall went to the Falls last Wednesday. Amos Randall and Ole Knutson went to Staples last Saturday to see the prize fight. Jerry Foster is aole to be in the store part of the time. Mr. Cary, of I hilbrook, was seen in our town Monday. Deb Foster's daughter and grand daughter, of Staples, spent Monday with him. Ed. Peiry loaded a car of pulp wood Monday. The wood haulers are complaining that the roads are getting very bad. Mrs. John Randall and Mrs. John Doualdson have been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. Bill Jones, of Rail Prairie, was in Lincoln Sunday. L. J. Pickett received a car load of flour last week. Gilbert. Feb. 26 —People are busy hauling logs, wood, ties and spruce in this viciuity. Fred Johnson is workiifg for A. Berg low of St. Mathias. S. E. Nelsou speaks very favorably of going west this spring. John Palm contemplates going...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 March 1898

#& K? ,* A THE TOWN ELECTIONS Results of Tuesday's Elec­ tions in tlie Country Towns. SEVERAL WARM CONTESTS Geo Wilson Elected Presi­ dent in Royalton, H. Bent feld in Pierz. VTI.I.AGE OF 8WANVLTLE. President—J. D. Slith, 27. A. P. McRae received 21 votes. Council—B. 13. Cox, 50: II. McLain, 50 H. ^FK. Lt'.°!'.s'ig. r0. Trr.i-urer— \V. J. Sullivan. Rec rder-J. J. McRae. Justice—Perry Stith. Constable—Gill Vincent. Street Commissioner—Jake Biteman. rti Cox, McLain and Ladwig had no *r opposition for the council. TOWN OF SWANVILLE. Supervisors—Win. Beseman, chairman Luke Casey. Chas. Palm, Clerk—J. J. McRae. Treasurer—B.B. Cox. Assessor—Chas. Giants. Justice—Ben Taylor. Constable—John Karrell. YILI.AOE OF ROYALTON. President—G. E. Wilson, 71 James Lons­ dale, 07 C. W. Bouck, 9. Trustees—Clias. Connor, 93 F. H. Spar­ row. 8:5: E. A. Boutwell, 79 J. \V. Bell, 69. Three of these were elected. Recorder—Xewell Pettitt. 123 H. Galley, 24. Treasurer—Chas. R. Rhoda, 142. Justice—Win. Drag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 11 March 1898

r-. CRUISERS ARE WEAK. Hoosevelt Says Many of Our War ships Lack Efficient Batteries* Progress Is So Rapid That New Rapid* Firings Gnns Should Displace Those In Present Use in Onr Navy. Great Interest has been taken in naval circles in the comparison made by Theodore Roosevelt, assistant secretary •of the navy, in a report transmitted to congress by Secretary Long of the ex­ cellence of the armament of the Jap­ anese cruiser Naniwa, with the inferior­ ity of the armaments on the United fitates cruisers Philadelphia and Balti­ more. Mr. Roosevelt says: "Progress is so continuous now, es­ pecially in g'ums, that they have to be renewed from time to time. The guns of the San Francisco, Baltimore, Bos ion, Bennington. Concord and York town were very good ten years ago, but they are not what our war ships should have now. These vessels have good -speed and fair coal capacity. The type, machinery, amd even the armor change much more slowly than the guns. But sail of these ships are distin...

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