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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 August 1895

AT A BIG yk 55:. •. 1 1 4- Mason, Lewis & Company Get the County Bonds. $1,645 Premium forTwen ty-year 5 per cent 5 Bonds. The county commissioners met last Saturday to consider bids for the funding bonds proposed to beissued. There were present coininisslfuiers Jacobson, Jones LaFond. Hennen *P and Slieedy. A number of citizens were present and from outside J. G. Campbell, r, representing Farson, Leach & Co., of Chicago H. W. Whipple, with N. W. Harris & Co., Chicago F. C. Spring, with Gay & Co., Chicago. A. R. and A. D. Davidson were present, A. R. representing Mason, Lewis & Co., of Chicago. The following sealed bids were opened and yead: Premium. Lambretch Bros., Cleveland, Ohio $675.00 Duke M. Farson, Chicago...... 425.00 W. J. Hayes & Son, Cleve­ land, 0 1413.00 Thurman & Co., Chicago 102.25 J. W. Longstreet, Boston 17.00 S. A. Kean. Chicago 101.00 C. E. Temple, Grand Rapids, #Mich .....j 351,00 Illinois Trust Co., Chicago 25.00 Mr. Whipple entered ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 August 1895

•wept languidly In from i'ngoceon and lounged dream li« pjrim leave#. fc Ibeen adQtiful daughter," •he o&tlnued, "and ever have 1 looked with id ooimnendatorjr eyevpon ytiurcourt Innovations,* but'*— :. She glanoed-jreproachfully at the aged man who nt Hyith RUiloh mien and bowed bead on the ground before hor. "I tnust enter a vigorous protest against four using my neW red shirt waist as a hot wave signal." Remembering how* useless It is to argue with a woman, Ujiji, the king, gazed sea Ward, but spoke no word.—Truth. A Beuoublt Bequest. "Say, mister, won't yer git off yerby alckle that way agin? My sister didn't aee yer «Jo it just now."—Wheel. She Was Homesick. New Jersey is proud of a poet who has a house In that state and publishes In New York, and the poot himself Is proud of a gem of a servant. He came near losing her last week. This particular girl oame from an old whaling town in Maine three years ago, and she has been in the poet's house­ hold ever since. She made no ac...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 August 1895

JPfe^SpS fe®SWrVH ^•••^A^Mfv\ *«&"• W ,s^% Mf I xvv. m, K. f&s ii# frt- |k: isgsfi! M'f' *$&$ W- IN EMLLT W •omctblng Xbout Clti^nt" of Itgo. m, 1* J*". Hon: JK „i*j ,i! the "Htrd Long N. Rlcbardsnn having oc­ casion recently to look up biH "His­ tory of Morrison ^County," found that he had loaned the book to Geo. W. Sweet, formerly of Sauk Rapids, ^liow a resident of Montana. He |||:accordingly wrote to him, and i* fe!V. cldently spoke of several of the old y* setters. Mr. Sweet Is now anfcat^, tprnty at law and U. S, commit ^ll^Viloner at Havre, Montana. HI* 'iff' '*A letter In reply to r. *Ricliardson Is Interesting, and 1* as follows HAVUE, MONT., AUG. 15,1885. •-.•'HON. N. RlCHARpSON: My Dear Sir:—Yonr esteemed favor of the 13th Inst., Is atf hand, and very glad to hoar from you. As to your book, it Is at Saak Rapids with other books of mine, and I expect to be there some time next month, when I will see that it Is sent up to yon. I (Sim glad to hear of Mrs. Ayer, a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 August 1895

MfHftV llP mi 1 mi I- &.' si} SSfe r!M" rife |.i 1 St ••l!i W' i- "'u ,y a I A ft* 'M BakOIld Ltghifrost WAS reported Friday night Ja 16wplaces', but no material damage was done to corn, Mrs. C. W ISchumakpr Is1 v'toltinfc .with frleadsat Staples this week. Victor tichallern, the hustling Little Falls real estate roan,was in town Wednesday. •1 A. P. Theian, of Little Falls, wits in town Tuesday looking after his interests herw S.J. Cochran, "of Parker town, brought in some samples of tran­ scendent apples rained on his place. He has one tree that has about live bushels on, and they are of good size and healthy quality. The farmers that sowed millet for hav in this vicinity are well pleated. with the experiment they arecuttlng fronuthree to four tons per ncre^ of excellent hay. Randall township made good showing in tb® census returns, in­ creasing from uliont 200 in 1890 to 601—about 20ft per cent gain. Clough fell short a little Parker and Ctislilug about held their own. J, K. B...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

VOL 19. rssm ir 1 Promised Row at the Pennsyl­ vania Convention Fail& Develop. S-W to J##? Quay's Candidate Chosen Vi Preside by a Majority *"i '"of Thirty, [Senator Named State man—A Sound Platform. State chairman—M. S. Quay. State treasurer—Ben J. Haywood of Mercer. Superior court judges—James A. Beaver of Center county, E. N. Will «j ard of Lackawanna, Charles E. Rice of Luaerne, George B. Orlady of Hunting 7 don, John J. Wickham of Beaver, Howard Reeder of Northampton. Senator Quay is now the hero as well as the idol of Pennsylvania politicians of all degrees of prominence. His rooms at the Lochlel hotel have teen constantly besieged since the conven­ tion ended, by men anxious to pay homage to his matchless leadership. The senator takes all of the praise Mid congratulations that are being show "r ered upon him with his usual stoicism, and, so far as outward appearances go, 5 his demeanor is just the same as when $ the fight seemed to be going against him. Developed Into 'li...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

v'v-j i.vMiV"'' jx{ comi Wi Predictions weire fre&ly made that we had at last fdund the man to be kept in congress term after term, and thus become on an equal footing with the eastern and southern states, wno con­ tinue their able men in con­ gress and thus make them influential leaders. The need of such a man in this district is most urgent, as we hold the gate­ way of the.whole Northwest to the great lakes, we have the re­ serve force of the Great Father of Waters in our keeping, we haye untold wealth in the forests and mines and the fields, all needing a man of power and influence in the halls of legislation. The peo-. pie had experienced the inefficiency of a Populist and a Democrat, and had turned in glad relief to the Republican party and the Republi­ can candidate, who gave proof of brilliant ability. Such was the happy condition less than a year ago. Today, even before he lias had an opportunity to take his seat in congress, with no occasion to antagonize his party, wit...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

ilSS# wkmvi iiii ii $ Jtf .1 f/ 'r^jlfa 'J I S fl Sheds Some Light on the Lat est Minneapolis Murder Sensation. The Dead Woman and Her Al­ leged Slayer Not Sisters, He Says. His Former Wife Completely nder the Power of rs. Perkins. KANSAS CITY, Aug. 26. William Mulvihill, a conductor 011 a street rail­ way line here, was formerly the hus­ band of Mrs. Louise Hawkins, who was burned to death recently at Minneapolis and with whose murder Mrs. Nora Perkins, an alleged sister, is now chargefl. Mr. Mulvihill, when seen by a local paper, was very much indisposed to talk about the matter. Finally he stated that he had been divorced from Mrs. Hawkins in Des Moines, la., in 1891. The divorce, he stated, was the result of a mutual understanding be­ tween his wife and himself. Concern­ ing the grounds for divorce, he would say nothing, except that Mrs. Nora Perkins, a widow, had alienated his wife's affections and had obtained com plete control of her. Mrs. Perkins was not a sister of Mrs Hawk...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

..,M ST@ (Mi vvrty**™-.*:.$ w: fc-rf' w* 4 mt r&v SPLL Btl mmm svlife fejjw 'i1* &v }-s .? "THEM wis PI»ICMU6ASX,» /iNm ih« Blk A- iVw. Star-Newt. 3^ H\ 1^1 Towne made ,.a |r Speech oh tke silver question t'afc Dttfutfr last wfeek. Presumably, it was an exhaustive argument in favor of the free and unlimited homage of silver, and presumably any one who resd it may be con­ sidered- pretty^ well Informed upon Jill the points ofthe "controversy. The, speech occupies seventeen columns of smajl type and while ,We are free to admit /that i,t was an /»ble speed h,we look in vain lor Anything partite til aily nejy, "fresh, or more cojiyi ucing t^ati can be found in tW iipcecli? of' amany advocate of frue silver. We can readily ag.ee with Mr. Towne all through up to th« point where he -believes that this country should shoulder the bur* i. «en alo .e,b»it there we part com- •:&&'?*• Another J%ny, and, there, in our opinion, /Mr.'Towne makes the mistake of ihis lif*. It is need...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

-Ai 1 »S 5 j® 5fi 1 i5. V1 Itfyv OVER A CENTURY. Citizen of Little Falls 107 Yeara of mi Age. :8, Surprenent worked on his father's farm in summer and in the woods in the winter. He remembers a time when provisions ran low, and the men had to subsist on horse meat, which lie says did not agree with him. So working, the years went on till 1812, the time of the second and last war between Great Britain, and the United States. Bazille was enrolled among .the Canadian con­ tingent erf British soldiers, but owing to a goitre in the throat. wM re­ jected, and went back to his life on the farm and in the woods. §fln 1823 he was married at.8t. Chry sostome to Francoise Blsaillon, who died 11 years after the marriage. She gave him two children—a little girl who died In infancy, and a son, named Theophile. The boy grew up, followed the carpenter's trade, went to New York and was lost sight of by his father some time before 1841. Snrprenent never married again, and says that during His widower...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

F* 1 1 •sWfEV /i & 4fc ".T r' itrFTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT r.*—— 1 1 BT 1&K TBAKSCKIP* Pun. 1 SUBSCRIPT doe year MMlHMf •••••••eseeaepaaas Six month*.. .......... tbnt months..,.,....,....— »'1 ADVERTISING RATK8 LOW, LITTLE FALLS, ^IMS ^'Ringliog Bros, may purchase the Minneapolis exposition build J|ing and use it for winter quarters or he fc -. ir&'"streets v' Fargo will pave two blocks of with tamarack instead fef''cedar blocks. It this test proyes $f*M -that the former is satisfactory for j|\ the purpose it will be of great ben Vtefit to the smaller towns as it can be procured at one-third less ,cost BECOMING RIDICULOUS. '?J At the organization of the Gold and Silver club at Grand Rapids, Itasca county, Congressman Towne was present and had the original cony of th'e resolutions that were adopted by the cqfttren tion which nominated him, and proceeded to read them and show that his present position in favor of free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 independently by the United S...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

1 X'h:i S'r && wrnmm TIE TRUISCBIPT JOB lOFFlCB 1^*%$ H. Suerbush ban •f^tty milk route. 1 The 'Vu[M Miff- Baco-Curo The violin playing of H. Albert "Barton was one of the features of Fri­ day night's entertainment. L. Signor moved his family yester­ day to his house situated on the west side of upper First street. "Billy" Pbyle, well known to Lit­ tle Falls baseball cranks, is now pitching with the Western league. A marriage license has been issued to A. H. Samuelson, of Minneapolis, and Miss Hedvie Sholene, ot this county. Ben Mahan rode up from Minne­ apolis on his bicycle Monday in eleven hours, which is pretty good going. Dr. White Eagle, the dear, delight "ful Indian medicine man, "Grand Fakir of the Seminoles," is, at: Cold ,Spring. There seems to .. be a scarcity of domestics in Little Falls at present, if pne can judge from the many "help wanted" ads. v- TheHedstrom boy who has been ill with diphtheria, is much better and quarantine will probably be raised today. An...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

fp ls.*Pc, I®! 4?4Ct m* -1 kS%S^ lOarthed %SSEfZ$& Holtfnes the Scene of .the Discovery. iY#l«tg "1 (v ,?*"•• BbE? 1 tA to dea& through ision of a eved Eytetyptt* Sufficient tbSecure Conviction. 4 S f\ 'v'o' teVT ..... INDIANAPOLIS, Aug, 2$,—Indianapolis will claim the right to tryH. H. Holmes I, for murder. This claim will be leased upon the horrible, developments of .^^Cuesday, which include "the finding of the chaired remains of ft»year-old How» a*d Pietzel and evidence which, before any jury in the country,' wotild convict Holmes of lunring murdered him and then partMiy burned his body in a stove Detective Geyetfyof Philadelphia, Richards of Indianapolis and Inspector Gaay of the Fidelity Insurance com­ pany, have been at work for weeks hunting for traces ofthe boy's body He was traced here' with Holmes and ^disappeared. The city was scoured and work begun in the suburbs hunting fox v,a house rented by Holmes about Oct. 10 '•*«.,* last year. ... 5 .. iMrttd a HolmM Tuesd...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

3$' ikr P'i *«s" ORPIIANAGE Work Proceeding Rapidly on the Build-f?' Ung.WB '&,• Institution Architecturally Imposing. WillCibe This kitchen in especially large— .24x2$—and ban openings into the two (lining rooms. There are also separate washrooms, closets and bath rooms., :Twu dining rooms 12x20 for-the Sisters, are included in the basement. Iu the first story are four school rooms, 25x34, parlor 12x18, closets and chapel. The chapel is 24x28, situated opposite the main entrance. It is between the school rooms and connected with theiu by large folding doors, so that the^three rooms can be thrown Into one. The Sisters be lieve in keeping the sexes separated, and this idea is carried out through­ out the building.. The girls have the north end, and the boys the south, the dividing liue runningthrough the center of the building. The stairs are double and Separate also. In the second story are two dormitories, 34x50,' two sisters' rooms, music room and closets. Ou'tlie third floor ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

10 1 0* W m- mb- v* aft •TALlXHITION. .'V* A 't !.'•• Bull Fights Given In Colorado v5 In the True Mexican Fashion, Animals Cruelly Tortured, but the Officials Do Not 3 Interfere. Little Appreciation Shown by the Thousands in At­ tendance. CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo., Aug. 26.— Another bull was killed in the arena at Gillett Sunday in the presence of 6,000 people and the work was done in the Btyle of Spain and Mexico. The first twill turned into the arena was an ex­ ceedingly tame animal even after the darts were in him. He refused to fight and the multitude cried for a new ani­ mal. Arizona Charley appeared to be equally disgusted and he upbraided the band of cowboys that drove the bull into the arena. The next animal made a fight for his life, but its fight was quick­ ly over. Chieta, the king of the arena in not only Mexico, but in Spain, made two stabs at the animal and then left him practically dead, the Mexicans with the red cloaks released the creature and made him dart at them. One...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

'j-} m$m !w..' vl ,, a !*&* mm: -v-y I--* LB- If K&' Little Falls Is becoming famous in many ways, and remarkably s.» in things theatrical. There has been an evolution eyoluting right here in onr midst, and yet people did not know it. Like Pallas from the head of Jove', there has sprung from Little Falls a wondrous aggregation of theatrical players. A caravan left last evening for Royalton. That caravan was full of incipient talent. At least one Booth, one Salvini, one Duse and one Bernhardt, were pros ent. Mr. Riley, IruT IV -Hrr il^ r-T^ mmmmi *!c if:-- *&**»»• :S Rhodes' Block."* .' :V»"VIJFE'A 4 I c&n fit you out from head to foot, and in all lines will give you the best value for 'pur money. ALL WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS, 6, 8, and $io. In Sacks and Square Cuts. Best quality of this line and a pretty popular class of goods. CHILDREN'S SUITS. Finest Combination suits, (including 2 pair of pants and one cap) only liJr Large Line of Flan­ nel Shirts who has been in the ci...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 August 1895

g*§ P- At»' 5 !R jr*n« M.ixB«our«.th« »ftan :l)uj^» awarded the •jt6 sapply^and lay 8,#" Vjpd liittieyJIHa*') OfPlerx. (fr%K0tie cjompetttc ^liftP^er lit Pier* $_ wfpnlnn rnn b.vagasnllne pn«Jn«, The 4(W^ AKL .. J.-m ^n*tAAl^« .«! fUW\ tVAll'Alia tl ^^SIpiMnp liasa capacity of 500 irallorin a ^,4,f|^nfm|te. At rec*«rt test, two 1. -^lioud tO Vluft fl'leiHiB. Pj||kM 1 y&\ mm} it tltor—John for the T&TREANM from MCH nozsleft, WERE ft & 8tf"^*ri 100 feet high, Riving ample flprtWwtion to the village. Mr. Bohan expects to complete his contract by if yDec. 1. Tha system Is exclusively for jf flre protection, wnd a flro company i$iji pg^'ess of organization kfy-1 1 4 mm' J. P, Strahl. 'Andy ^arfsfoif, Mr. |^^*$RHlet ond Orman Randall stHrted jjOPti, Dakota this week. Miss'Myrtle DpMoms has been hired *jlo, teach one of the Parker schools. Mr. Samuel Ireland pnrehawed an organ last week. Randall, %-$h* Sheriff Rider was In town official business Friday, ftv1!?" Gilbert Nelson b...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 September 1895

fmtsfc.mp/slng: -'&?'.^ F$t II 1 ,P -4 I I 1 •%-r I ^4 i: 4 '1 A •T-./v u. W y4 8^ sc 5 m- 1 v. 1 3 ctive Pafle Ceremonies at education of the •logical School. Satol 11 andv Many athoiic Dignitaries Attendance.,, And the day, as it should have been, was perfect, making it entiieJy possible to carry out the plans which have been in process of incubation for weeks. The object of interest, of course, was Archbishop Satolli, who was invisible to the laity until the time for the cele bration of pontifical mas arrived, and then there was a general craning" of necks to enable their owners to catch a glimpse of the papal ablegates Satolli Celebrates Mass. fendants at stich' function. The sermon was delivered by Dr. O'Gorman and following after it all the clerics in attendance formed inpro cession and the various buildings on the grounds were visited separately and each dedicated. The mass be.sran at 10 o'clock promptly and the exercises lasted until nearly 1 o'clock. Altar Built in the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 September 1895

99$fP% i'.IJrairi^ tainsapersonal letter imtt*i CnngreMiDW Towne to '-Hon. H. C. Stivers, editor of that paper. Towrie expresses the most fateful appreciation fo* the sup* |f port he iecetv«i from that free $ silver Democratic paper in his sudden conversion to those views. Tfce Journal publishes the letter for the alleged reason thatv "it is bo full pf true patriotism and devotion to principle that we cam not refrain from giving it pub­ licity." The letter reveals to Mr. Stivers (and then to the world} what a disinterested and con­ scientious man Mr. Towne w, and how little he cares for his own future, so that he may be of aid in the great contest "between the gold brokers and the general mass of humanity," and is delighted to find such honest and patriotic men as Mr. Stivers ifho sustain him, even if members of another politi­ cal party. As the Journal was staunch supporter if Maj. Bald win, and the two Republican .pa pers of Brainerd worked hard for Towne, «mdT «owl„|repudiate hip...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 September 1895

Tplllfslp S Mionno few* of 'Si?:- it. mm Wi: 11., $$ «C™e?T mim kassocutions po* MINNESOTA. is lodged upon by far and uear, as being oneof tie.most progressive of the states if all the Union- nor is the estim&li thus put upon her too high undeserved. It is' simply wonde/ful hownearly correct the world/weighs men and commun­ ities, And states and nations in its balances hence, if Minnesota bearf the reputation for progress without parallel it is ..ber such progress has beein? real the marvelous progress made by iur or uniform.ivSome of the trees of k-:-. ?\-fVT .'V. Mia nesotean advance have grown lop-sidec}, and, this is more es­ pecially true of the'f tree of g^agricultui«»^Th^ top-most branch kjxof this tre^^Jsepreseiitiog the |wheat industry, kas run so far up ^towards the blue sky that there |4s dangei the windsN "of Heaven t*jwill snap it off.- The branch of ^dairying has grown so vigorously P^'that it is pulling the trunk, to one ^e^Bide. Thanhs to the, State Dairy ^associ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 September 1895

r, n- SRr 0mv* '.. luielfa 'Froti CrOMlsft Two Koown Dairy FamlHe*. The cross breeding of da&ryfamilies fe a subject well worth all the attention tet-poresent be&ftWed art it. Quite within tangs of reason is it that hero in Amer tea we shall be able to produce the mod* el daiiy cow of the world. Certain single hveeda in both beef find dairy families have b«n' so fine twed and so long inbred in America that they are deteriorating, -*Ehey have be­ A .1KlISET"GUERNSEY. come delicate of constitution and short lived. It is well known that the "crin­ kly" Merino sheep family was bred for wrinkles and grease so many generations that it bade fair for awhile to become voarthless. Any closely inbred family degenerates after a time and wants an infusion of new blood to invigorate it. If we ever do produce the model dairy eow here, she will probably be the re talt of. intelligent cross breediug, like tie animal ^n btur illuetratioh. She rep­ resents the Jersey in her form and the Guerns...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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