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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 September 1895

...„.,.... ...— b.'.-' -»V- vv. OA' ,: COdMblL MSJBTlNQ. '""... j' 1 j'1'^".1'^ •:-JUd.'' RcalgM-^fltatc f/ v':'v ., Bihltolr- Defeated by, fr jv" ". aid. Mecu*ker-, *7?: •'!•-:"i! 4" .fa. .. The ajbnci! met In regular "ad jpprned JseiBRluu Tuesday evening. Present Alderman Wright, Martin, Mecusker, Moegleln, Hoffman, and. ltt^er, Turner and Frampton. The rpinutes of meetings of Awg. 5. 12, J7 ajid Sept. 2 were reud and ap­ proved! The following bills were allowed W Cibse, ntedicine to poor fay aid society ...i. 5 00 Wetzel, same ns above... 3.80 A Tanner, mdse to poor by ?'\4, j\ aidIsioeietyti'! ,.-..'v' 72 C,hu« Gravel, same as above 5 8jl) W Blake, same as above..., 4 71 Gross, same as abovfe..... 3 85 Richard Bros, same as above 10 97 Kerrich & Moeglein, Batne as above 10 70 Harting & Son, coffln for child of A Nelson.............. 5 00 Harting & Son, cofflu and digging grave for Mary Nel sou... Lafond, flour, by aid society.i...i 50 A Tanner, supplies for city hall...

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

®m»Mt!UNSCRIPT ,r" v'1 •, Bx TH* T|LU(BCllfr PO». Co. P0»UaiUUEVE** «UflAY. .psiiB5eRW»T:o!u Gazette. 1 m-i •160 76 Gov. Clough addressed 4,500 people at the Steele county fair ,|' .' Emperor William is said to be one of the best rasurljpinen, i» Europe. _____ QfaMk During the past tea years the population of Ireland has decreased nine per cent. VVv' mb& Keir Hardie, the English istic leader, is not being cordially received on his American tour. A noteworthy increase in popu~ lation was that of Ely, in the mining regions, from 901 ta2260. 'K During the year ending August 31 West Superior made 2,190,000 barrels of flour. A flowery year for flour. &-•* Philadelphia officials have finally permitted the old Liberty Bell to be taken to the Atlanta exposition. S. V* jv Tie St. Paul Globe is agitating for a reduction of city taxes. It will publish a series of articles on the question, $&$$}$£ The story of millions of bushels of wheat being destroyed in the kfy''$ shock by fire ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 September 1895

is# JpuyW?" l^ sr & 4 tt IS t€w #*1 JOB PRINTING the pan job Chicken {:§1 b:- clty' 1 •r" 6« Qfi-t. oma is NOW SUPPLIED WITH N^ff „L material troughout. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Fair week. |S .• •/Ml' chickent. Who'q chicken? i.J got fthe 't fv V\^l The fair grounds twnk is In exce lent shape, ^'|t I The little son of Alex. Van Praag is low with typhoid fever. Pheasants are said to be numer­ ous in the vicinity of Randall. I Indications are for a monster crowd In Little Tails next Saturday. a marriage license* hasbeen Issued to 6us Carlson and JHHda Swanson. a./Get your tickets before going to the fair grounds at either of the drug stores, Lew Anderson is finishing up the -., interior of his residence on Sixth ,, street. The J. P. Franipton hunting party returned Monday evening with 57 birds. l*Vl '. •*"Dr. Trace has moved his family In to the Signor residence on Fourth 5 Kirby Cbepman, of Osseo, has air lived at the fair grounds with three hofaes. s* |Boommaster Jordan started «a...

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. — 6 September 1895

ri r' ff The Northern Pacific Decision Likely to Lead to Their,$ .Retirement, v, 4s. v?.*4*k r'tP^ ,r-"" ^MMSiWA jrrP* Appointment of Others Favor able to the Ives Interest*^ a Possibility. ,* Hill's Position Strengthened andthe VIHard Influence Destroyed. NEW YOKK, Sept. 4.—Careful observ­ ers of Northern Pacific affairs were not surprised at Judge Hanford's decision at beattle. It was known that both he mid Judge Gilbert" held a strong neutral position, and that personal considera­ tions would have no weight in their court. In general the decision has tak­ en Wall street by surprise. Some finan­ ciers are thunderstruck at its sweeping character. Its logical sequence will be the speedy removal of the three receiv­ ers und the appointment of others that will be friendly to the Ives interest and antagonistic to Villard, Oakes and the rest. The decision of Judges Gilbert and Hanforcl paralyzes the present re­ ceivership, and, in the opinion of people here, may lead to the resignation ...

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. — 6 September 1895

h'' ,i 4 T. |4tyl _l rtt mtf P/ BI19 .1 Hi Hi $ 5* iW'^I fo&l RAILROIID. Mffi'X May &«»••• Wblcb One Through Morrison Ab.IS $ •& 1 &.i tjf&ifyi The Buchanan Comedy company is now fully organized. Three gentleman have been recently added to the company. Tomorrow night will be given the dramatization of D'Eunery's great novel "The Two Orphans." This piece is one of the favorites of the American stage, and ever perenhiai. In the hands of Buchanans players it will be well worth seeing. 10 cents to all parts of the house. St. Cloud Times: John J. Boobar is at Boyalton toduy securing re­ leases for the proposed extension of the Northwestern Telephone com­ pany's line to Little -Falls. The poles for the new line will beset three feet west of the right of way of the Northern Pacific. The company is engaged in obtaining easements from the abutting real es­ tate owners. Mille Lacs Times: One of our con­ temporaries sarcastically refers to the "social amenities" in regard t...

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. — 6 September 1895

If1 An Un "V £v '%'-?Iil«tin c* Brooklyn, Phlladelphlaand Elsewhere. Buildings Shaken, Windows Broken and Mlnor Dam ^ge Don*. .-J BROOKXYS, Sept. 4}.—Three distinct earthquake shockswere lelt by the res identsoTBrooldyn aboat 0: a.-nvL The districts of Bast New York and Booth Brooklyn received the greatest shook, hnt^the rumblings vera distinctly felt ta othOT seotkms of the -city. Oontrar diotory repeats are given as to the i» •erity of the shceks. The first shock, vhidb was felt at 6 o'clock, was fol­ lowed by a iremWilgnoiseJike distant thunder. This :-WM followed by two )ther slighter shocks, which, according to jnost of the reports, 'died avray in a low, grating noise. Superintendent of Police William J. McKelty telephoned to the peffloe headquarters from his Green arena® residence to the effect that he had been awakened from a sound sleep by the earthquake. He said that the house shook, and the bed on which he WAs sleeping moved per­ ceptibly. .PiotarM Tfurowa to tb« Floor* Ja...

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. — 6 September 1895

,«. £m 9$ I 4 #*41 "V ^$8 T« V.»THE.«. arees k\ k" |f»\, j&S'i. tive Page Block. '. i: '. £&*£*> L® &/& «fe £:v£§ '"'••£& y: I can fit you out from head to foot, and to all lines will give you the best value money. ALL WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS, 6, 8, and $io. Barney Bortoi, Square Dealer, Rhodes'Bit fl In Sacks and Square Cuts. Best quality of this, line and a pretty popular class of goods. CHILDREN'S SUITS. *T A Large Line of Flan­ nel Shirts Daughter of a Wealthy New Yorker Arrested on a Se riousCharge. Income From a Large Estate the Motive Alleged for the Crime. Escorted to the Victim's Fu­ neral by a Trio of De­ tectives. NEW YORK, Sept. 4.—The funeral ot I£rs. Evalina Bliss, a wealthy lady who died last Friday, was held during the morning, and immediately afterward the daughter of the dead woman, Mrs. Alice Fleming, was arrested at the Co­ lonial hotel on a charge that she mur­ dered her mother by poison. The case is a mysterious one, and in gome respects a sen...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 September 1895

lAlff 'M Iff Urt n-?,i C~ ''4 1 ili1 ^W ®s *r 4 4 U*4SM RODUCTt "VW Itdlng «tth«Fatr. ^/:S ^1'-JKi _r $rfcn)ttnrt4l products tiWAr ranged oatstde of the main building at the ptfciundp, where all cau easily VH?^ thetrt. In the building are va rlous dlaplnys. Moses Lalond shows huibe jff-oifrn'^tobacco, |««t picked Mm. P. Pierce iias line butter wait fug.lo'r a prlate. B. Doucette. of Bflle Prairie, hap a number of crenm cbMm' 00 view, made A,Uj{. 15. golem Bros., the photographer*, have a large display. In the fancy article department, a child'# drew, by Mi's. Bourke, in noticeable. Miss May JDormnn, of Little Falls, exhib­ its sotae handsome npeciniens of wood carving. The work was done witb a pen knife, entirely by hand, and possesses great artiniic merit. Mrs. Jack Onmeron shows the fa­ in OUH table spread which WHS on view at the World's Pair. It is composed of 800 pieces, representiag cigar brands everywhere, and is a monu­ ment of patience and skill. She had a hand sewed shirt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

I* S'-T I VOL 20 & BRHW S&f m* I# v.": ?Jr- $- 1 4% 1 1 'Uft1'" 1 $ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 %M I I 4 kr\f -p'jwc!) ctive Page TT Fifty Thousand Participated In the ^Demonstration... at ^,, ,%«- Louisville. .,r. !W' ^Whlie Crowds of "Johnnies" &N- Joined in Cheers Along the Way.. Visitors Entertained bV Elab­ orate Receptions ,and Cam pf ires. LoriBVUiLU, Ey., Sept. 12.—After all the demonstrations pf the week, the pa* rade was the event of the 29th annual encampment of the G. A. R., as it has fceen of all former encampments. The -eir was full of patriotic music, and the streets were carnivals of richness in de­ signs and profusion of the red," white And blue. Along miles of hunting and amid hundreds of thousands of cheering citizens the comrades onoe more marched on Southern soil. No con trast could be greater than that of the reception at the gateway to^the South today and the opposition at its portals 84 years ago. 'lhe veterans had spent two days and nights in campfires and reu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

lit Paul's Delegation Hard *t ^?jUYork for the Next o: A. R. Encampment. Of* mver and Buffalo Also Do^ Ins Some Very Vigorous.^ Campaigning. v"-* %y. Naval Veterans Hold a Big Parade-r-Beceptlons and Camp Fires. jklu "i 'X ib '1 Vii"hkyr 4 Louisvmjes, Sept. 11.—The St. Paul committee working for next year's G. A.R. encampment is making a vigor­ ous campaign. Strong competition has krisen from Denver Mid Buffalo, bijt the delegation is still confident of suc­ cess. One of the largest and most prom­ inent posts is so sore that St. Paul will be the next,camping ground that it has already contracted for 75 rooms there for next year. The committee worked hard during the day and secured pledges from several doubtful states. Denver 1»M A delegation of 75 citizens, accom­ panied by the Leadville dram corps, a mandolin club and a chorus of male singers. They have visited and ser­ enaded all the headquarters and dis­ tributed badges and literature. They are moving a lively campaign, but there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

*JFv, •k iSi 1 'ip •4-' Hi 3" Bt s#7 xTTWT- v. nu fmpoBt IN1Wr '•G..A. R. Encampment at Louis­ ville Will Be the Largest ^ffv: Ever^ 'ii' Visitors From South, as Well From" al,fJorth •tr Are QMt li? Force. ^':"i i, •. Public and Private Buildings Decorated With the Na tional Colors.^ Ted, white and blue/ with the American flag as the center piece of every con­ ceivable design. The flag is the thing that is dispayed everywhere, and no city ever had more bunting out than this -city shows. The distinctive feature of .the decoration is the use of red, white and blue to the exclusion of every other coldr, even evergreen arches. The. por­ traits of all Union generals are displayed in uhlimited profusion: The Confed erate veterans participated in all this •v.- Veterans Bound for Louisville. WASHINGTON, Sept. 9.—About 1,000 veterans and others who form the Wash­ ington contingent to the Louisville en­ campment of the G. A. R. have left on a special train for the South. '7 OUR NEW NAVY. Secr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

5 14 lift- r,t' (|V, ^ix Hundred Pounds of Dyna rff -"-,0oe»uputSpechta -Ferry, la. Storehouse Bfown to Atoms an# 'Every Building In Town ,'w5 D^maged. FiVe Persons Frightfully Man­ gled—Three Wounded. u.mM^4r^ MAT FABEB, 4 f&jV, kmm I#/ &V Seriouslyjspp pppiS ifcOTOOTi la., Sept, 9? EdVaW & Latshaw of Victory, .Wis., a sub-con tractor on the government vork on thfe Mississippi river, had 600 pounds of dy namite stored away in the 'cellar of house at Spechts Perry, ia wiles north of hero. His son, while practicing with a revolver, missed the target, the bullet entering the cellar and exploding the dynamite. The honse was blown to splinters and the following, persons killed: 7'!rv"- -v~. EDWARD "LATSHAW.1 MRS. CHARITY LATSHAW BAY LATSHAW, aged 12. MAT LATSHAW, a*«d8. y'w. 'HANS BJORNSTADT, LaOrosse, Wia. The injured are: rii may DIE. 1 -1 ED BENCH, eye knocked out and badly bruised. .* iV MABEL LATSHAW, skull fractured.,, The dead are terribly mangled. A 4-year-old baby i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

ife' tive Men Tortured, the Women Assaulted. Anti-Christian Officials Or­ ganizing a Campaign of Horrors. LONDON, Sept. 10.—A dispatch to The Daily News from Kars, Armenia, says that the entire district of Kemaks is surrounded by Turkish troops dispute bed by Zekki Pasha under the plea of ar­ resting Armenian revolutionaries. The villages of Garni, Tiruguegner, Tertan, Horoputand Marig are reported to be completely sacked, and the population, aggregating 5,000 people, were foully treated. The' men were tortured and the women and children were ravished. The four monasteries of Auakwauk, Sourphop, Ttervorithchoga and Soup phagop were sacked and the altars and images were destroyed. The excitement and alarm is universal. Authentic information from Moush is to the effect that an anti-Christian society of Turkish officials has been formed there and at Bitiis, with the avowed intention of slaughtering the Christians in the event of the accept­ ance by the porte of the reforms pre­ sented ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

di'ilSi sT £?W $ 1(t0| ^U^TWN$CRIPT. BT THK TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVES'* FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION: Oneyaar............ .......... filx montKn........... Tbtwe mouth#... aDVKRTIBING RATB8 LOW. UTTLB FALLS. MINN WHEAT MARKETS. Morrison County Is Fortunate In HOT In? Floor Mills thai are Anxious for Wbeat. The usual complaints are made by farmers in the Red river valley and elsewhere that their wheat is not graded as high as it should be, and the elevator companies get better grades 011 the wheat they ship to terminal points than the farmers can. When elevators receive wheat they make an effort to increase its grade by applying their best facilities for cleauing, and it often will grade better after being handled by them than when it came from the farmers. It is not really surprising that the farmer who ships his grain to the large markets, just as it comes from the thresher, or even from the ordinary fanning mill, gfts a poorer grade for the wheat than the elevators can get for th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

1* -rf '^tr i**V£ c'%*. stjijs'' ctive Page .. 5 JOB PRINTING TEE TMSliBQT JOB 0FF1G1 18 NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TRODGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Read J. B. Gibbons' advertisement. Dr. Niven, Sept. 26. ».-. 1 1 Mrs. Geo. Emder is reported to be quite sick. Dana Brown id now reporter for the Daily Transcript. S. P. Casey is no'yfbookkeeper and collector for JJ W. Berg. Have you seen the art display in Gibbons' show window? J. H. Walker, 'the advertising solicitor, has left the city. A girl was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Borley. A new awning has been placed over the front of the Maurin store. A sidewulk is being laid in front of the Signor property on Broadway. The Marie Wellesley company plays in Anoka the week of Sept. 9. Little Falls got even with Royal ton in the ladies' bicycle race, any­ how. been A} marriage license has sued to John Schmitt and Meyer. is- Barbara Additional new sidewalk has been laid op the east side of the Central school building. An addition ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

T-*- V.1 in h: I! fw- A I ii a a W CUm Pwjdi^'-A? i^ljr£ l' The PhlllDklelphia j^anafadlfcb^'iB%p posed to our present standard of value, and is trying to seoure the adoption of -what it call® "bimetallism," but what I would in reality be a single silver stand­ ard. Writing of the fall in prices, which 'is claimed by sflverites to be.dne to the use of gold as a measaro of values, The Manufacturer says, "A'dollar of high purchasing power is a good thing oiily for nonproduoers,'* and argues that "the dollar has. been given artificially high ''purchasing power solely that the few might enrich themselves at the expense the •many." This attempt to create a class prejtf & ft dice against the gold standard on the ground that it was designed to benefit +a few nonprodncers at the expense of »., the' many would be more appropriate "for a Populist or socialist paper than a journal published for business men. Not only are the statements untrue, but they are designed to appeal to the envy ir...

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. — 13 September 1895

liv :*K"•'• '1 |2W Ow. I- $ tive Page it THE RXCES. Hff»,:3i F.?f Some Very Interesting Sventa In wtkteh the Prlzet were Fl Hotly Contested. $ •fet s^O av ...' •.' & 4' i"#T!ie races at the Morrison county (air grounds this year were without doubt the best ever vt itnessed here, and nearly every prize whs woo after a hard fought contest by both good horses and experienced horsemen. The first event of the week was the 3-year-old trot, best two in three mile heats, in which there were three starters—Nicodem us, owned by Chepnian, of Osseo* Minnesota Belle, by McKenzie and George Bobbins' Colt. The race was a good one and the order in which they finished was as follows: Nicodemus .' 1 1 Minnesota Belle.,...,. :....2 2 Robbins'Colt...... i....,....... ..........3 3 The next race was the 2:50 pace, best three in five mile heats, and re­ quired six heats to decide the winner and also left the finish of the race for the next day. The entries, were Kempt on'b Ragnarok, Chepman's Prince ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

r"1 80 it **.. mV" 1' *,•»!•.«••• y* 4pMYJW $ »t0 B$ th Next Demo^r cratic Nominee. yp$ ,k.*,z iaE£ Whitney Could Not Be Elefcfgd and Is Shrewd Enough Know--It. lI#^to mmm- WIjW' Jps ,1 'wT--- No Real Objection in the Dem 0j\$L ocratlc Party to. the Third ', "i Term Idea. Rjawp-wi 1 NEW YOKK, Sept. 7.—Chauucey De- jS^:,'%ew was interviewed in .London by The M*'1']f* World correspondent upon Jfreyideut %ri* Cleveland. "Cleveland," lie said, "is as certain ,„to be the Democratic nominee as the na Vv* "tional convention is to meet.: Whitney {&' 1 -coaid not be e^cied. He knc ws it, iiijd h.^ is too shrewd a man to sacrifice him v*. self." 'v:': 'wl "What about the third term idea?" /, "That has no real iiifluence with the xuss of the Democratic party. They do not rpgarvl him &s a Caesar, nor fear Caesarism from his continued adminis tration. It was different with Grant I and Jackson, and even "Wiwhirgton. •i hey were strong individual chai alters. Cleveland has persuaded his pa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 September 1895

The li'i PXRTICULXRB. i?\ M&tkott, Lcwla Co., the Bond Pttrebatcrs, NccdLon of .Information.. City Record* Indicate Debt of than «I7,OOOt & 'j^ ... ||»tThe unusual laws under which the county and city funding bonds were issued make it necessary for the buyers to have a good deal of infor matlon about the conditions of the county and city finances. In addi- A ,*) tlon to certified copies of all the pro ^'"2.i cewdlngs in the Issuance of the bonds, Mason, Lewis & Co., the purchasers, desire a certified list of all the out standing orders on April 1. That was the date upon which the amount of out-standing orders was the measure of the bonds that could be issued. County Auditor Ellenbecker has Just completed the lists of county or ders, and there were outstanding on April 1,1895, county revenue orders to the amount of $29,442.78. The bonds and premium and interest will amount to about $26,700. On Sept. 1, this year, the outstanding orders amounted to $22,145.36. The interest...

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. — 13 September 1895

K?MsW,l -•\..t. it 4*1 j»#r fhif\ "ml V? ?w m% Sw«nrllle Items. Jj»s| \Ve''ari» having the hottest weather of the season this yt»ar in September. 04 Yesterday It w#w reporteO^ hp. in the shade. A* r'f We had h. .very heavy rain here heavy ^raln Ja*t Thursday evening. V,T .'f^ Formers who have thiwhed their grain In this vicinity report very larite yiehi. ,Onr school ''commenced the 2ud with about sixty pupils, with H. Albert Barton, of Little Palls, as liilncipHl'ami Mrs. Flood assistant. The school board lias rented E. A. }f*V Vlood'8 store bulldintf for the prlni MV ary department of the school, the School house being too small to ac .eqtnimixlate all the pupils. 1- The "ladles of the Congregational church gave an ice cream social Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sullivan, which was a success both socially and financially. 6t,to A. Rhoda and A. G. Hedtke were out hunting one day last week /"«rid brought in tt fine string of birds. H. W. Mlni-ing nnti E. A. Fl...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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