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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 December 1899

& LITTLE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISH^/. 1889. LirTLE FALJ.-fc* it' STING COMPANY CHAS. t£. VA8ALY. EPITOW. HE HERALD is published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, Vasaly Bloi*k. Entered as SCCOII'I-CI&BP mail matter. Subscribers ordering address of their ib printed after the address. S ibscriberw wishing magazines or other periolicals can have same in connection with 5H3 Hekai.d at reduced rates. St.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, DEO. 15. Gov. I'ovnter of Nebraska had ap­ pointed ex-Senator Allen U. S. sena­ tor to succeed the late Senator Hay ward. Judge Collins will be a strong can­ didate if he in nominated, but be can'r carry Morrison count\ against John Lind. Onr brother of the Transcript con­ fabbed with the Collins men—includ­ ing Buekman!—at St. Paul this week. "But all the king'shorBesand all th^ king's men, can't put Hump ty-Dumptv up again." The county attorney of Hennepin Co. has age bad the indictments against Menage squashed on the ground that no conviction is nexr year ...

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. — 15 December 1899

=~-2243SJ 4t'l 'V CITY SCHOOLS DURHfCT NOVSKBE'R. Report of Supt. Rowe, Presented to the' Board at Their Meeting Dec. 7. Litti.E FAI,I,S, \1I\-V. Dec. -5.1890. To Board of Education UKXTI.KMKN: Below is the report of the enrollment, punctuality, etc., in the schools of Little Falls for the month ending Nov. 24.1S99: Enrol? ::eni inHi-li school 3or, '61 it ml *72 ''Lincoln 200 190 "t'oluiiibin 1 Total 10:51 IVr cent of att'U'ce lligli school Ul. Central '•... 07.4 ''Columbia "... 97. Lincoln "... 1)6.2 Hawthorne "... 96. Of the separate rooms. Miss Brown's, Miss Poole's and Miss Terry's of Central school had the highest per cent of attendance—99. Of the separate schools, the High and Central school had the highest per cent of attendance—97.4. No. case tardiness High school... 11 Central •'.... lis Hawthorne".... 3 Columbia 5 Lincoln ".... 11 All schools 48 In attendance. High school, Central and Hawthorn made an improve­ ment over the month of October. Central and Hawthorne gained in...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 December 1899

K- Professional^ Cards M. A. FORTfBR. M.O.. ,*..«!•» la toe of Victoria uair sfrit/. »-i6fi* Canada. Surgeon to St. tf/torlel Hjapltal Office hoars 8 to lO a. m. ®nd 2 to *.\p. m. Office over Wet*el'« drag store residence, roraor ot Flwt street m1 *ir« fc- LM. M. BOBERT4, puytician and sofgeoji D. Phlladeipnia. A. L. P• ^wndon, England. Specialty, noee, thr-.at and ear. Office hours 9 to Osurgeon. & At in, ajm., 2 to 4 **id 6 to 8 p. m. Teleptione. ftesiWence at Hotel Buckman. Offices In Rhodes block. G. MlbLSPAOaa,physician and i' V. treon. lynn.block. Otfic houru. 1 A D. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. TRACE. M. D, PiiFfllcli® and Surgion to *t. Hopital. Sur^em to V.jrthern Pacific JR. ft. Office hours 9 toll a. m., to 2 to 5 p. mu Ofliceln Lindbergh, block. Residence, ^FSUH Fourth St.. east of Court Houue, Little Falls, illau. DB.4N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's 8tore. Office hours: 9 to 12 mornleu, to afternoon, 6 to 8 evening. Tele­ pho...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 December 1899

IB 1L. D- Fresh Drugs. E g: A lso a Com W- plete Line of jp "V Hsauy and HELENA SPOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE W. MATIN. Agent. I Chas. S. Fee, G. P. A kittle Falls. Minn ST. PAUL. MINN. MONEY TO LOAN'S-^ LINDBERGH BLOCK. IReacLy "bo Supply. 3 I carry the most complete stock of FANCY GROCERIES, CROCKERY. Earthen and China Ware, I am the leacler in common china and earthenware. decorated china and earthenware. dinner porcelain sets. chamber sets.1 toilet sets. glass sets. yellow ware. Rockingham ware. stone ware. table and pocket cutlery. Come and see me before you place your orders else SH where. Get prices and be convinced that the prices are SZ right and the cheapest in the city PETER M. MEDVED •llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll* I J. W. BERG, I ShsIF Hardware 1 EE Sash, Blinds, Doors. Iiuilding Paper, Lime, S5 S Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVER 55 CHILLED PLOWS =5 1 Mechanic...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 15 December 1899

MORRILL Dec. 10—Rev. Dougherjtv, oar local minister, gave a magic lantern show at the Kchool house in district 80 on the evening of thu 8th. Geo. Baker, of Minnetonka Mills. 1b speading the winter with friends in our town. George has been in poor health for the past few ^ears and the doctor who has hini in charge thinks the pine woods will benefit him. Wm. Mowan has taken to himself a wife, but has not brought her back to Morrill yet, and when he does a rousing treat will be expected of him. Mr. Eberbard, a recent acquisition to Morrill, is getting discouraged and is thinking of leaving the town.. H. G. Vanatetine had a rough time to­ day by getting his team mired in the mud but by persistent work got out without any serious accident. Andrew Buchanan has been on the prairi" bunking corn for several days. Jle recently purchased a team from Mr. Gaking. Samuel l{yau and Marshall Blaisdell hiv.' kuiio to Eden Valley for a threshing machine and horse pow r. Mrs. ilaic's little daughter i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 December 1899

Sfjfcg 2# til tjgi 5 A -1 VOL. fi NO 13. With the work 25 CLERKS HERE TODAY! WE WISH YOU ALL A Merry Christmas! A!way a yourm, P.J. Born—To Mr. and Mts. John Ras sier, Dec. 21, a son. Bora—To Mr. and Mrs. S. Thol lebaug, Dec. 18. a daughter. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. John Brutko, Dec. 3d, a daughter. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Posch, Dec. 17th, a daughter, Musical instruments Fol som's Music Store. Seats forthe Spectacular Burlesque may be reserved at L. D. Brown's commencing next Monday. There has been some talk as to whether it would not soon be time for Little Falls to consider the- mat­ ter of paving the business center. Thousands of dollars have been spent on the steets, with results far from satisfactory. Enough money has been expended in repairs to haver paved the streets in good shape* Fargo has eleven miles of cedar block*paving, and it will be of inter­ est to read the following on the Far­ go system taken from the St. Charles Times: The street is excavate to the proper depth an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 December 1899

RIP T\ Dec. lfi—Wm. St iitiiidt ia still quite sick and has some live stock he wishes to dnspoHf of lo help him o-Vt. John M. Gisli and Annie Maimer of Pillnbury wore married on Tuesday the 12th and had a reception on Tbnr« flay, the 14th at his father's home at which there was-quite a gatlisrinj? of young pfoplf. Mr. Stubb* was in our,town Saturday looking for j)tuce to locate. J. W. Gislt left for Ins new liorn» in Le Sueur county Mondny morning piter a visit of nearly three week8. Ho likes the couutrv. W. H. Uislt has finally got hjs mill-go angand is doing fairly well. Mo.s.1 of our nipn are hauling wood to "Randall no.v that the road are hard and rather Hinoot'-. Todu C'I. AI-KIIV Capes Capes John M. Gish and Misa Annie M. Balnier were married Tuesday De.-. 12, at the home of the bride's parentis in Pillsbury, Rev. J. F. Locke oilicialing. Tlitjuroni is a young man of ex­ emplary habits and good standing. For several years past he has conducted a jewelry s! at Eagle Bend, aud o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 December 1899

& & -i School'tSupplies & & js & & & of all kinds, every week. A A & Be sure to visit' our store before purchasing, We have the largest line «of Tree Ornaments tev^r seen* out side of the cities. V/ vTa lipmplllhfil' th'it vrm will litill KarA. tho hoef aalfMifinn Remember that you will litKl here the best selection of Oelluoid Goods, Ivoriue Gift Books,Fancy Gun Metal Picture Frames, Etc. Also a complete line of Toys and Games,"Sleds. Darts, Doll Cabs and Cribs, Dolls Dressed aUd TJn dressed at all prices China and Bisque Heads, Chinp. Tea Sets, Picture Books, Linen and Paper, and every thing to make the children happy. "BooVs axvdt We are increasing our line of stationery, and huve just added some of the latest things in fancy papeteries. Box paper from 5c up. The best package of oc envelopes in the city, and good ink paper 10c per quire. We have a fine as sortment of bound books by the best authors also a full line of Blank Books. Receipt Books, Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 December 1899

4 -^M^ki &' f, &**ri LITHE FALLS HERALD E8TABLI8 Hb^iJ 1889* LITTLE FATJ&S i'B' VTING COMPANY CHAS. K. VA8ALY. SDiTOft* THE HERALD ki published Morning at Friday BMek. 201 firoodwaj, Entered second-claw malt matter. -v ing pent dianged tnuat anraM gl a* well as their present aodree*. 411 papers are continued anleM an explicit order received for dlaeonttnnatoee and u* tll»U arrearaK®# are patd. The date.to which a subscription to paid printed after the address. S tbecribers wishing xnaftaalaea or other periodicals can have same in eonMctiovwitt Vbs HxKAiin at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. FRIDAY, DEC. 22. The able and gallant General Law ton is the latest victim to the im perialist craze. Negros. according to MeKinley and /Otis—is pacified—and an en­ gagement is reported from there every few days. Queer pacification. The Minneapolis Tribune i6 preach­ ing about Governor Lind and his re marks at the an i-iroperianst meet­ ing at Minneapolis and some un­ thinking friends o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 December 1899

ii Pictures,Pictures, Folsomte Music Store N -T.-.v'. Tbe fan.ilv of F. St'atigl jpoved^to Melrose this week. '''^•""Sylvester Macho won the quilt tvif fled^of Tuesday hv Mrs: Mich- Lindlin. trimmer withMrfc: E. B. Smith, has returned to her home in southern Minnesota.- Miss Ma.? Staples hai returned from St. Paul where her eyes were1 treated by Dr. Fulton. the oeuliHt. Mn». B. Ftfarinz went-, to Brainerd Monday to attend the funeral of. a child of her lister. Mrs. Chas, MooerH. Foreman Tom Mullen aud his N. P. ca penter crew, were sent to. Bur trum Monday to build a stock yard. F. E. Hall has been elected a mem­ ber of Chemical Co- No. to flH-^the vacancy caused by the removal of Fred Stangl. 't .. Miss Maude Terry has gone to Spring Valley, Ore., to reside. Her, mother, two brothers and a sister are living there. Tn^ O. T. M, will have a sp?ci al meeting next Thursday. A/daRS will be initiated by Mrs. J. II. Welsh, state commander. R. Gillette got first prize and Mrs. F. Bryant co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 December 1899

urn _™ „j^» Biipijls'j el :£»«$•£.'??, Hotel Buckmanv 01 SiSsi. „•,• T'-M: mlw'h f&« ft &Ky*£L ^. ,T *C. JURACB,, .. i«,,vv^.^^,^ b'wfvt Hopltal. Satee,»n to :-^rf. ," Officein Lindberghfl Fourth St.. east of* OOMfiit B. M. W.' 9:t»:t3jn» Omce ho store s.toi ikfteftiooiii 6?t6%ft^e^Maiia)^ ter painless extraction Of teeth. Ovfr^tli^ Fair Stoer t|ie Urnon Men's iLINSORAN) 01 WIDTH, tfn. iBSDfjS for Accident, C'ostH leent Per day andny w'ardtfj%^g§j! A purely co-operative tompany.1^%'x, PROMPT ,5 n^l^S PK'OGRKSSIVE, 7. .KKLLAIJLK Membership Claim's ,Cash Written Paid KAUU1T0SH rOB sa70 Send No Money. SSftafe^ Btate your Might at vwdgMt it*t« number ot Inohe* tntun bedy. brcRtt taken orer TMt" tinder co*» close up under «rm», »nd'w» will send you thl* co»t ezprece, 0 P., ntlwttoiTi»l»«H»t T»rjilnl and trf It on at your tMNI(l» prewofflo* and ft found •xaotly. as repreMnted and th« mo«t woivv derail nlu jon taw or heard of and for«5.00, ^»l tone,- donbl# breairWd, 8ag«r ••lyrt d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 December 1899

Fresh Drugs. •j ZOeacLy gZ. Also a Com plete Line of SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE W. MANN, Agent. Little Falls, Minn I Chas. S. Fee, G. P.-A. ST. PAUIi- MINN. TO LOAN Pioneer Drug ©tore, LINDBERGH BLOCK. I carry the. most complete stock of FANCY GROCERIES, Earthen and China Ware, I am th8 leader in common china and earthenware. deoorated china and earthenware. dinner porcelain sets. chamber sets. toilet sets. glass sets. yellow ware. SH right and the cheapest in the city From a Child's to. 12 AH Aged Man's, 2 Rockingham ware. stone ware. table and pocket cutlery. Come and see me before you place your orders where. Get prices and be convinced that the prices CHILLED PLOWS.... PETER M. MEDVED ^MUUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiiUlUlUUiUiUiUiiUUiUiUiUiUitt •iiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiifliiiiiiiiiiiriimniiiiiiiiiiini[iiiiiiimimii» J. W. BERG, Hsauy ana ShsIF Hardware 3 EE Sash, blinds, Doors. Building Paper, Lime, £E 55 Cement, Iron, Steel, Coal and OLIVE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 22 December 1899

EiMIAlE i)ec. 33—Cornelius Olsen, who was working with Nate Simon's threshing crew, has returned. Mis* Etta Jacobson closed a success lul term of school in.Upsala last Friday, and is spending her vacation at home, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gesswer arrived Thursday from the western part ot the state, and are now living in Frank Gess^ •er'sjhousft. Mrs. Win. Boyle, who has been quite *ick, is improving. Mi\ Loop of Pierz visited at Chas. *3M.ver's Friday. Miss Joauna Jendrohas returned from Hoy alt on. Mr. acd Mrs. Frank Gessner returned Saturday to their home in Watonwan •county, after spending a few weeks with Mr. Gessner's parents. Chrint Larson in employed at K. H. Sanderson's. The M. W. A. will ive a dance in their liaU Saturday ri •Casey, eveniDg December SOtli. Mrs. W iil^er and daughter Ida of Roy -alton and Mrs.Boos were school visitors Friday. Rev. Kolls. who was in the village Suudny ami Monday, has gone to fcrainerd to conduct services. lie lit) It-son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hanson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 December 1899

||1 4^- 1 •ap-r! Js ^J3Hj (C 4 i. 1 I 'V -J tta 'i VOL iC'lio^w. And tlianks the ptiblic for its appreciation bf the T$ our employes for services that have been in satisfactory. us 29 Pieces of Dress Goods At Half There are 29 pieces of Dress Goods here this morn­ ing—some of these pieces are 50 yards long, others are 10 yards, others again are 19 to 25 yards long—it is fresh and new, and most of it is not from the loom more than six weeks so it must be new some of it is all cotton, some is all wool, others are wool and cotton, but all of it must give room to later comers,, so we make it exit at half price. The 30c kind goes at 15c, the 25c kind at 12/^c, and the 20c kind at 10c. Soiled Books at Half-Price We store folks call them handled books because we •would be lying if we called them damaged. Some of these books are handled too mtich, others are finger marked, others fell off the table and some ,of the corners of the leaves are a little bent-—we don't call these damaged, they' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 December 1899

•1 ~p. AW A'I Ladies' and Children's aekets and Oapes las Siioe's and DOOM. Tbnv was Osife up: a tii'ne, tieivr the western coast of I i:d. romantic val­ ley inhabited L.v a fi 4" peasants, NHrah was the prrttiost girl in the little village. 8he "was the pride ol' hor old father and mother .tod the admiration of every, youth who Ijehdtl her. Norah knew how to make the homeliest chamber look di^erfuJ, and tlie honeysuckle found the ^aseinent ,was tailglit by.,.her li'and to twine more giuvefujiy than elsewhere. Tbjci'e was but one* gpriiig. of water in this valley. It was a little well of the' brightest and clearest water ever seen, Whidi bubbled up from'the golden sand and then lay calmly sleeping in a basin ©f the whitest trirct-ble. B*rom..thijs.,basin..,there did not .appear to be any outlet. The water ran "into it kicessautly. but no one could detect that any part of it escaped again. It was a .fairy well.. There \vas tradition, cunecrimig it which had time out of mind been hand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 December 1899

ii Jg K, treating thousands of people one speaks of the immediate relief that generally attends his system of treatment. Be­ low we will publish a few of the names of some of the man}r he has cured: Henry Nyhouse, Duluth, Minn., qured of chronic catarrh of the stomach, bad blood and general indisposi­ tion. Had doctored of a good many doctors and had taken all kinds of treatment but no relief. Mrs. H. P. Jacobson, Lang don, Minn., cured of chronic dyspepsia and liver troubles, Cured after all other doctors had tailed, John Cdlisbruck, Hastings, Minn., cured of cancer of the face in two treatments. K. J. Swoboda, Hopkins, cured of chronic bladder and kidney troubles. Had doctor­ ed with ail the noted special^ ists in Minneapolis and St. Paul and as a last resort was advised to have a surgical operation, this he refused and went to Dr. Rea who cured him in 18 flays. rf Mrs.. Margaret Gangloff, Minn., cured of a bad skin cancer on the face in one treatment. Louis Doer, Rannaby,Minn., c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 December 1899

& tfrh- LITHE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISHED* 1889. LITTLE PATJI..S t'B1 JJTING COMPAUY CHAS. (£. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD ia published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, Vaaaly Block. Entered as second-class (nail matter. Hnbacribere ordering address of their pa­ pers changed must always gh their former as well as their present address. All papere are continued unless an exdlicit orlwlsrcceived for (linconfcinuance snd m tll aJl arrearages are paid. The date t» which a subscription ie paid is printed after the address. S ubscribers wishing magazines or other periodicals can have same in connection with Ths Herai.t)at reduced rates. St.SO PER YEAR. FRIDAY, DEO. 29. A good many now believe in theory of money. Wall street men the quantitative Just as soon as the financial bill passed the house, there was a panic in Wall street. Strange. Thought that that bill was to "make values stable." The Min neapolis Journal aays that England has been "the greatest force in the world during the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 December 1899

1 'v^8St^:SaHr4i Pictures,Pictures, Folsom's Music Store Alva Pearson has a uiie to. Artkiti, to work ia rhe'vamps.- MI-8. 'Geo. Nichols and-if»uph"ter have returned from Seattle. Mat Wetzel has bought from Geo. Bull, lot 1, block 46. for $375. Student Freland in oesistinff Bev. Thollehaug during tlL holih vs. Tomelty'.s holiday tra.de ^jas 40per cenr larger than it was last year. -lohn unkling, of rite N. carpen­ ter er«w, wili mmv his family here from Morris iq thn spring. Mrs. D. N. Pnrsons of Elk River tiftijil son George visited lu?r hushnn and daugiitfr. Nlrs. A. H. O.mpbell. The crew- o( iw-mi who w«re baild iug a dan* on the Crow Wing river returned Friday^ Several of them will go in1 the woods. Remi Richard was successfully op­ erated on Tor appendicitis at the hos­ pital Friday, by Or. W. E. Roekford of Minneapolis, assisted by Drs. Chance and Fortier. Howard Bailey of Bettidji vjsited hie brother .John a few days. How ard and Tom Bftilev are ia the cigar manufacturing bus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 December 1899

I ', -f f" I I Professional G•- & & & M. A.. FOKTIER.M.O-. 0.tf..(irn,liiace of Vice »ria uaivarsitr. ^MjacrtsaL, Canada. Surgeon to 8t. Ua^riei dt .gpltal. OAce hours to lO a. ui.and to Vp. m. OtDceover WetBel's drug score residence, corner of FiMt street'and flwt ave. S. B. LM. M. nOBEltTS, physician and Hnrjjfeon D. Philadelphia. *.'a, X.. P. (J. London, England. Specialty, nose, torobt and ear. Office hours 9 to XI a. in., 2u4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Residence at/ Hotel Bnciimp. Offices in ftSoJt»Ww k. G. MS UL.S!'AU(xiI,pti.74»el»u J. OBurgeon. DR. JjgBfts for Accident, Sickness, Death. Gout* 1 cent Per day and uy wards. A purely co-operative company. PROMPT.. PliOaiiKSSlVK, E I A E .Mi-tuli-fKli!)) Claims Casli 'an l. guaranteed *r au-i *ar geon, lynn.b .ock. Offic»hours: 1 'o i. p. m. and 7 to 8 p. jn. ReHldenes corner t'blrd ave. ami Third St 8. £. Tll'VOii- M. 0. f'iiv-uei+ii and S jrj -»(ij to St. G*.br.iel,s Hopital. Si!t*£4 to Northern Pacilii R. K. Offic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 29 December 1899

fe :M I 'Si 'J t. *16 t) •'V Fresh Drugs. fi 4 •x- E To HELENA SPOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE W. MANN, A seat J.ittle Fully. Minn Chas. S. Fee, 6. P, A ST. PAUL MINN. THOROUGH MONEY Drtig Btore LINDBERGH BLOCK. 2St!WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWfflWWWWWflJWI£ IRo&ciy- :fco S^^T^igT- I carry the most ootnplefc^stwt of Earthen and 4180 a Com­ plete Line of I am the leader in common chiiia earthenware. decorated china andearthenware dinner porcelain sett. chamber fcets.^ ,• '. toiletsets. v:4- '. -I'i glass sets. yellow ware. Rockingham ware stone ware. table and pocket cutiery. Come and see me before yon place your orders else ^2 g— where. Get prices and be convinced that the. prices ar«» right and the oheapest iii the city.. 1 PETER M. MEDVED ^iUiUMiUiUiumiUJUiUiUWiiuikiUittiuuiiuiuiuiuiu# •illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliltt Hsauy and ShsIF Hardware 55 Sash, Blind,-,' Doors. Building Paper, L...

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