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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 2 February 1900

1 \/-J 11 f"V J.^. •v p' J"| W"''*'"' jJ •,y DARLING I I Jan 28 —The future Darling will have tea ndditious east, &outh, north and weeft 20th street and 15th aveuue River side aveime, Chicago a venue, Main street, Darling Hill avenue. Atlantic'road to Randall Fortnne Park, Business Addi­ tion, East Darliig and West Darling on Section 27. The above in what we expect for the future. but for the present the Darling farms are an follows: John Larson, Darling Vi»»w John A. Schejin, iliver (irove: John JohiiNon, Darlington W. Bergstrom, Bast Pleas­ ant Grove, ell on Chicago avenue south­ east. There is a v.-icant farm named Pine Hill. AH Swedish. SECTION 27. S. C. NeI«on, Kogelville Emil Nelson, Elm Grove Chas. Anderson. Qneendale L. Anderson,Wherry Valley Victor Erick son. Greendale Aucr. Gustafson. Beauti­ ful Park J. Sanderson. Maple wood: F. U, Andersou. Bimhwood Hilmer San­ derson. Pleasant Hill Albin Sanderson. Poplar Grove: P. H. Anderson, Prospect View, on Elk River road. All ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 February 1900

V: I 3 I .¥ K' 7 lVf| Dress Goods Cheap 75 pieces of new goods about 3000 yards in all, it con­ sists of new patterns for 1900, some are cotton and wool, all are new goods and not here more than a week," The cot­ tons are 10c. a yard," the wools are 50c. a yard. The cottons and wools are 25c. a yard. Dress Goods Remnants About a hundred yards of dress goods remnants from yards to 5 yards, all of these remnants are ticketed from to half their price. Odds and Ends in Ladies and Mens Underwear There is a lot of odds and ends in ladies' and men's underwear. There is about a dozen, kinds and not over six of a kind we could put every gar­ ment of them away and make money by keeping them, but instead, we have reduced the present price. The dollar kind at 75c, the 75c kind at 60c, the 35c kind at 25c. New Spring Embroideries These springedgingsand •embroideries are here for your inspection. These goods were bought last October before there was a word of arise in prices on these goods and we...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 February 1900

tlRfl!1"! \\jp BY NOftMAN (CONTINUED.] ''That man, gentlemen, you have had bel'oro yon. He has told you himself of his attempt to blind the aims of justice by withholding the most important piece of evidence in this intricate case, the pa. per that Josiah Marsden left be­ hind him Dobson has expressed his courvition and regret for the disgrace­ ful course which he took, but whether thr.t contrition will absolve him from tli3 voalties ol' his action I very much doubi I cannot refrain from referring to th,' supreme and utter idiocy mani­ fest-1 throughout by Chief Dobson in relation to this case and cannot too Warmly applaud the indefatigable en errfj. the zeal and acumen, of Mr Her bert Darrent, the official who took charge of the case and was fortunately able to retrieve all the errors—I wiij Content myself by calling them errors at present—which Dobson committed prior to I) is appearance on the scene It el ii ruing to 111.- events of Jan. 12.-yon will remember that Dobson and the W...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 February 1900

1 DIGESTIBLE PASTRY. Bow to Make Pies That Will Be £n. tirely Whole«oc:e. Good pastry is rarely indigestible, and pies when properly made are en­ tirely wholesome. Pie is perhaps the most ridiculed of all dishes, but it re­ mains popular among the masses, and if the under crust is carefully prepared it Is above criticism. Pastry for pies consists of one quart of tlour, one cup­ ful of butter, one cupful of cold water and c&e teaspoonful of salt. This quantity gives enough for three or four pies. Sift the salt aud flour together. Reserving a little flour for the board. With a knife cut the butter into the flour. Add the water a little at a time .aud mix it in lightly with the knife: turn ,t on to the board and roll it twice—that is. after it is rolled out once Void it together and roll it again. If the paste is wanted richer for the top crust, put bits of butter over the paste when rolled: fold and roll it again several times. Fold the paste and put It. in the icebox for one hour...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 February 1900

rrLE FILLS HERALD ESTABLISHso. 1889. LirTLE FALr.Si'R! NTING COMPANY OH AS. E. VASALY. EDITOR.' TBB HERALD is published Every Friday Morning at 201 Broadway, Vaaaly Block. Entered a# Beeond-«lam mail matter. MobBcribern ordering address of tlieir pa­ pers changed must always gh tlieir former a* .veil as their present .address. \ll papers are continued nnless an explicit orler is received for discontinuance ana un­ til *11 arrearages are paid. ''he date t* which a subscription is paid is printed after the address. S ibscribers wishing magasines or other periodicals can have same in connection with Th Hkbald at. reduced rates. S1.SO PER YEAR. FRIDAY. FEB. 9. Royalton Banner: Editor Fuller has placed himself in an unenviable position in rushingto the defence of the commissioners in the Antlers hotel tax abatement matter. Wheth­ er he is guilty or n^t, his peculiar at­ titude make.-? it difficult for thinking p-r ple to shake off the suspicion thus he was in the deal that swin­ dled the...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 February 1900

1 .Salvation Army/Sn 4 One Wight Only! Mrs. Staff-Capt. Kimball, the great Holiness teacher .... and.... Mrs. Capt. Trembath, the sweet singer of Brainerd, will lead ihe meeting. a FRIDAY, FEB. 9th They all say Elk Best never fails. Peter Friesins^r is reported in Spokane, WM.MII. VHI. Knspaivk 1»MS NONE to Hemid ji to take ehur^e of Barney Burton's branch store. L. Gottsiein returned from St. Paul Wednesday. Mrs. Got-t-stein is in St. l'au], very sick. Father Clearv't, lecture will stand *.out as a gem. among the many bright, jewels of thought rought forth in this Assembly meeting. —Evening Telegraph, LMXOU, 111. Dr. W. H. Iv. Mover acted as usher at the wedding of hi3 friend, Lucius F. Clark, of Bellingham,Minu. and Miss Lois Read, at Westminster church, at Minneapolis this week. The Long Praire House, for many years run by I. Reichert and his son M. L., has been leased for five years to Geo. E. Trent of Wadena, who will take possession about Feb,15th. Miss Frieda Sehuefcss gave a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 February 1900

-i—I Professional Cards M.A. b-ORTtsa. U.O.,C..Vl..CJr»rliiate of Vict ria OanroMltv. Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to St. (iatirlet Hospital. Office boars ID a. UI. and 2 to p. M. .(Bee over Wetsel'et drusj score renldeuce. corner of Fir.it street atrl Mr«t are. N. E. LM.D. M. ROBERTS, physician and rargeon Philadelphia. .'a. L.. P. (i. tendon, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hoars: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 *ad 6 to 8 p. in, Telephone. Residence at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes block. fgeon. G. .VlluLHfALJiifcl.^tiy^CikU »r»l iic lynnbock. Offlc honrs: to «, p. m. and 7 to 8 p. ni. Resldencs corner '"hlrd ave. and Third St S. E. Oaargeoii. C. Tlt.VOH. VI. D. l-'n/^iciH,n and S'lrg'on fco -St. Gibriel«8 Flopital. Surg^u to irthera Pacific tt. K. Udice horra 9 toll a. in.. to 2 iO 5 p. m, OScein Lindbergh block. Residence, South fourth St., eiist of Court. House, Little Falls, v| Mm. DR.Store. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, 6 to 4 after...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 February 1900

ES saw- SZ |L. O. BROWN, DrUgS. A lso a Com plete Liine of k' k' v1 TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN 1 Pioneer I I Fresh Drug StOTG. CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE W. MANN, Agpnt. I Chas. S. Fee, G. P. A Little Falls. Minn sT. P. S. EUSTIS, Gen'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. LINDBERGH BLOCK. EE »iiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiHjii!!iiiiniisiiiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiinm!iiimiiiiniiiimiiiiiHiiiim» Eead-y "bo S"U--p~p 1 y- I carry the most complete stock of FANCY GROCERIES, CfiOCHl, CUSS, 1 fc Earthen and China Ware. 2 I am the leader in common china and earthenware. decorated china and earthenware. dinner porcelain sets. chamber sets. toilet sets. '1 glass sets. yellow ware. Rockingham ware stone ware. table and pocket cutlery, S£L Come and see me lefore you place your orders else ^3 where. Get prices and be convinced that the prices ar*» 2 •TI right and the cheapest in the city ^iuiuiuiuiumiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiuiu# To ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH AND POINTS EAST St SOUTH To BUTTE HELENA SHOKANE SEATTLE Fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 9 February 1900

ELM \)m IVl». IN 'i'f Tli'iniii-.m of Mm «v vi»itfil l-.tiiwhrt-ri'i.iiiv.f* i.-i •••••u. Hon ro returned to limn i. ,Minn Ji'imii- Xm-!-f term of scfio 1 u» .ii-ui.i itYiday. S||«« v»ill Win M\pr- return* il I'rMav Imni L«*PCII Lake Stellfi V»jll11- Iuin rt*ttir from Fre­ port. "Iicn.'sli^ li.is v«r vixitii'K win tiv.-s. Soplra Czp«.'k w.-i.f to North I'rairi* jjiatiml.iv to c»j.eiii{ lt !•%•!. ii.nil".:, Mr. iu Mrs A UMI- Pnnil-, •Jail. 27. a son. Miss I l/./.ii» .1$ nxlin t.. XX li'» 1 |»rf»n visiting li»-r -«-f. Mr-. !. K. V.-i1 *i"* *l:tv with friends HI-FI HI'P: IU L»* It HIM i».*ir Ri'c. Miss Ei 'a J'ich«oti wlm i* l" n,li:ntr :N Up"a! S»inr- J».V tt II'»H,M. wan accompanied lit hiiutiiu «.i Upsala. fe.v with friends, Albert oth a lum'njj go, ids froii: Royalton fop K. H. (iiiiidvrson Monday. Patrick 0 Bri.-h an-! rin-in Smiih of Kandail visited at Mr. |VK »."W wet k Mariiit Lai'Nou le Mo,d iv to work iu the woods, leaving a vjic.-int. pluue in JOlmdalu hut Ho OIK'K(e eai til...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 February 1900

El •\y gg Vis tt V, %&' fcj Vg^ Si mw^ NO 51. $b '^Yrtr^ .JftadS# *d jail­ s' I 1.1110. ItfriO Mail 0rdfi*K one cent extra Popular ftsd wajs in. atoitk. Ceiats, jL'v? 'jub vrt '^/Ciitc8—corn :oi.s, Orffiiu un mi Csmrr vu«.ie ix «, Lotse tnau ro:n:^-?v tii'ed p^-figs. Standard Music &!• FO ..SDISS'S BROADWAY Mzi Mm Organize. Wiunebago Tribe, No. 38, Ira prov­ ed Order of Rod Men, was. idstitufced here kioruiay night with 92 charter membt-ra. Tfae ceremonies were con i^doeted by Great Baehnm E. Mayer pE "Aubtin, assisted by Organizer Chas. H. Brown of Minneapolis, aad the •officer© and teatu of Mississippi trib^, St. I'.'ud. .The following officers were installed": Venerable Prophet—H. A. Rider. Sachem—F. W. Lyon. Senior Sagamore—W. H. Hall, Junior Sagamore A1 Dugas. Chief of Records—John Griebler. Keeper of Wampum—F. Hoffmann. »llecto&^^amiMMfe^^ First Sannop—P. J. Vasaly. 1 Second Sannop—D. G. Hanegan. Warriors—John Kerrich, Jr., Clin­ ton Foster, Jos. Moeglin and Boat. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 February 1900

4 arm "p CU u\z?4/. j.hcsc," r. 7-ff^m 1 BY Copyright, 1899, t~jts$i ®H Darrent. almost too overcome with surprise to answer, slowly took the pieces out and arranged them on the table. Thera were 31. A red pawn was "look exactly lihc the •c in your hand.'' I:,ced the red pawn he •y:'\ bid pocket beside the a feesiiaila There could that it belonged to tlie missing. H? ha-:! taken r. othors. I i" TY, bo no rraestif sot. Tb^n Darrent turned his attention to the white tree.s. He scrutinized the delicatc wor!: of the bishop's embroid­ ered vestments, the carved pagodas on the? backs oi' the elephants, the flowing robes of tho king and queen. He took the whifro qnean in his hand and ex­ amined the carving. Yes a tiny piece hi'd been chipped off. just a little frag­ ment of the delicate ivbry filigree crown that rested on the curling hair. replaced the pieces in the box, ex­ cept the red pawn and the white queen, and, taking from his pocketbook the scrap of ivory that he picked up from the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 February 1900

Mb- Named of Owners or in whose same as­ sessed, if unknown ia so stated •v, do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do da do rioiph Jw Clarke Wm Maun do do ao do do do do do do i« ao do do do 4o ao do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do de do d» do 4o 1 da do do do do do Deliiqteat Absilate Tax Saie-Concloded. Dmeription Subdivision of lection Lot LF W Co 1 22 do 2 22 do 22 do 4 •a do 22 do 6 do 7 22 do ft do 27 do ii,» S i' Clarke Tt Wiii Mann do do i« io do tin do do do do (Jo do do do do do do do do do do do do iio do do do dv do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do d# do do de d« do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 4 ft WW'S Year or Ytars Toiiii Ami iiiclunive iir Tux which tHXts delinquent Block became aad delinquent inu-nat Dola Cta 1.07 1896 22 do 9 22 do 10 rz do 11 22 do 12 22 do IS 22 do 14 •f do 15 22 do 16 •n Willi tins 1 23 LP W Co 2 23 do 28 do 4 23 do 5 :3 do (1 Z'. do 7 •JS do 8 23 do a 23 do 10 23 do 11 ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 February 1900

I ft iU v.. ..!'fTIE fhl f.S HERALD ESTABLISH 13S9. rTLE 1. t'()MPA^ CH-S. E. VAS ALY ed'tor. T'"IK li.KKALl* i« |.ulill'.invu \Ii)rn1iiK' 31 lirwartwftT Eniert'il •erio IK''S!« *11., li Kl4Al.ll ii t. Kverv f'Kia VASUIT WiH'l .. n.s h«"*iuu1 •lnnu I ,'.i! winl't-r. '•v-i.wri^o.r*. (mlnnrm 01 lui-i". .•era ^baisr:«l »nhwt Hfway.s «h t*eiformer -./ell «H tlveir Ir"s.eut. .nddres*. ill papeV* are :i)iitiniii'v! jaie-6 an t-xvlU'i! .•r Wli» f),c discou iunance and uw 8 are nuiil. "iirf tintn r^. vSi*st-li fiiiIimTiption if }mi(l s*riSs .-•.! j.-f'er Hit- aiii] -t'S3. 8 OHcribt WHEN ?!ENRY VVYITTIMSMISSNYS UNY iiinjx ••'«-fh-yriH. |m nh, but wht'ii Wn t^orson he b!:) in K+'Htnuky ropun ioaiifH if')'* z\v. joebei,th:'ti of Mnrn b--'m "erratic." The cnsUifiiiui oi the Indiana wir* encp fairlory at rrawforiisvs b\ In*)., which was ecnntly abHOilvi ty the trust, acting under instructions rom headquarters deerroyeil three .aew wire fe.ice machines. These cost $1,500 each and had been used bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 February 1900

S^.,- r-' Pi io K'% & fej iLil""' OA g5?49^ felt an Salrfibnfevfli Ev^ry ffeht L^LD feO 6ina CAFT. f. EL COHS (rt? &.*••' Utl Thv ball A1 iD£ f. •'.! Co. r'"' F. S. of ihi to Ri.'-KS Com]u4tor P7 :o, BIT:y i.) tm brfjtu-h is taking vncafitu nr. Hot Spring. Ark.,hrni 1 'ondueior I'ieree hastaktu bis place. M"h. NVl.s ('alesnier and childrer, of Minneapolis, arrived Saturday for a visit with Mrs. C. 's sister, Mr*. P. ChoumaFd. The Epworth leiijjun held their business meeting and social at the borne of Miss Myrta Graham Tues­ day night. Water* was shut off from the Ea*4t side for some hours Sunday after­ noon while souie repairs were being made on the bridge pipe. W. C. Andrew, the well known paper salesman, has about recovered from injuries sustained by a team, and will resume rk next month. Simon Blair Jr. is at St. Gabriel's hospital, becauseof a crashed hand, which was ?aught between two logs. He returned from Grand Rapids Friday. DrMillspaugh ia attending. He will lose th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 February 1900

Professional Cards M.A. FORTIGft. M.D., C.&£..Qradaate of Victoria UDinnltr, Montreal, Burgeon to St. Gabriel Hotpltu. hours 8 to 10 «. m. and 2 to 4j. m. over Wctul'i drag iton iwUmm*. of ftr«t street sod ?lwt an. N. 8. M. BOBERTS, physician mad «arnoi M.S. Philadelphia. J*. Lu ». —don, England. specialty, mm BOMP. throat .od«ar. Office hoars 0 to 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 ad 0 to 8 p. m. Tdtptaone. Md«w at (oM Backman. OlDess in Bfcadea block. 6. MI umPAOGH,physician and sar geon. ^ly an.block. Oflics boars: 1 to I, m. and 7 to 8 p. in. BmMmm turd an. and Third St S. E. corner C. TRACE, U. 0. Physician and snrgeon. Surg sou to St, Oabriel.a iopital. BDrgsia to S jrtheri Pacific R. R, •law horrs: 9 toll a. m., to 2 |o 5 p. m. •flleein Lindbergh block. Residence, Booth ourth St., east of Ooart House, Little Palls. Kn. flB. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Store. Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, tod afternoon, 6 to 8 evening. Tele •ioneconnection, Wetsel's drag store.. Little 'alls, Minn....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 February 1900

I .1 imH L. D- BROWN, I Pioneer S Fresh Drugs. SI Also a Com plete Line of 4 4 1,1 LINDBERGH #l!!!!!ll!!!!l!i^!ll!iniiIIIIIiiS!in!l!i!i!i!i!lI!ii!!lli!!!l!!i!illil!!il!H Eead.y "to S-U-~p~p 1 I am the leader in common china and earthenware. XI decorated china and earthenware. 21 EAST &. SOUTH To BUTTE HELENA SHOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE W. MAN.v. Agent. I Chas. S. Fee, G. P. A Little Fulls. Miiia ST- P. S, ETJSTI3, Gen'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. BLOCK. 1 W W 1 1 in W S I carry the most complete stock of =58, I FANCY GROCERIES, CROCKERY, GLASS, 1 & Earthen and China Ware. 3 «n Come and see me before you place your orders else 13 XI where. Get prices and be convinced that the prices ar*» 125 SI right and the cheapest in the city 13 1 PETER M. MEDVED 1 ^UiUiUiUiUiiUUiUiUiUiUlUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUUiiUiUi To ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH AND Oll»TS From a Child's to AH Aged Man's. dinner porcelain sets. chamber sets. toilet sets. =5 glass s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 16 February 1900

'••Wi' |M^ pi Ms- Wm Wi-'i WB* fclf mm 14ip iff*' JT4 J. noi'g«»tr«u» the Dlkofeogijnp^iM' «ill fesio Bltndale Feb. 18. Miss Jen.ti Smart left Friday for her horoenenr Rice. R*v. C. Falek pondnrted wrviws in th« X«»tlieira» church SaMmlay evening and 25«nday, Mi'ar L'ttn .laeolMoii returned to Up •a?* Monday. MISH Li»lira Larson h'ft la»T week for Brainerd. Keubfii nova? v»s!tif»g hiwointer Mrs, II. e. Ln rnon. ot Litrle l^ake Besmtv. •bns. mruh of /nirtritm W »K in the vi!- Mondfiv and Tuesday. John 0m ten was in illindaie last week. Martin Sob in staying at the hoaie of hi» son Sirm» in culdratn. 6. W. Hall, who han been visiting rcla "liv* .'ind friends'in Elmdale, left.Satisr 4*j *i-' lkrjttt. Mr.Molines house burned down Satur­ day Morning. Fire caught in Matson's house Satur­ day but it did not do much damsge. Gust Nilson hauled hay for Fagerman JMonday. A surprise party was held at Pet Petersons Friday evening by the c. E. Soceity. Adolph Magnuson is on the sick' list this we...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 February 1900

Great Reduction •IN SHEET MUSIC MUSICJTORE! Sheet Music at Two Cents, Three Cents, Five Cents---com­ prising Songs, Duets, Orgau and Piano. Mandolin and Guitar Music, Cheaper to pell at a Lows tban to buy new shelving. YOU GAIN WE LOSEt Mail Orders promptly filled: send one cent extra for postage. Popular and Standard Music al­ ways in stock. FOLSOM S3 BROADWAY Chas. Beugnot resumed work with the switch ciew Tuesday. Dr. Philemon Hoy arrived in Ber­ lin, Germany, January 27th. Well, where's that Fuller-Martin Trebbv ticket? Only a section or so of it has appeared so far- John P. Peterson,of the West side, took Officer Gannon's place for a few days while the latter was ill. St. Jos. Cor. Cold Spring Record: Mrs. Cordie has gone to Little Falls, where she will make her future home. G. W. Massy has been summoned as a petit juror for the term of U. S. court to convene in Minneapolis, March 8th.- Chas. H. Brown, president of the Little Falls Humane Society, has been elected a vice-presid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 February 1900

i* _• Ms- v-.'r ^-l4Lfc!S*fi j-j^. •'h'-'H fa\££lf-"* ||g Cnh a hi Iryrum n':' ihc table. .had ii M\ ^tii ULiiSatijteisjEtf ISfaWi&M* W*!^ vr-zz [CONTINUED.] THE GRANGE, Norcombe, May, 18S4. —I have come home broken, despairing, ready for death, anxious to die. All I jcstcrday upon u\ that I valued lost. Let dc:'f!! i1 ^'iic— happy release, be it by the i-s !s ia's knife or otherwise, but let it i. iM.i.'. Speedily, now as I sit and Avriti\ come death and bring me peace! De \!i only comes to those who fear him. i).'i':tli shuns those who would welcome him with open arms, grins his ghastly vin and cries: "Live on! Yon'u he too happy if I took you. Live on till you fear me more. Then I'll strike!" Exit I cannot seek death. Life is nothing to me. and yet there's my son Astray. I feel I am mad. I almost hate Iviui because he reminds me so much of her. Twelve years since I last opened my diary. Twelve years ago my hand touched these pages, and I bade goodby to gloom—bade goodby to gl...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 23 February 1900

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Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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