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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 March 1900

Professional GM.A. FOBTIER, M.D., C.M..Graduate ol Victoria Oaiversity, Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital: Office hours 8 to 10 a. m. and 2 to.4 p. m. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence, corner of First street and First ave. N. E. LM.D. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon Philadelphia, -'a. L. P. G. ij«ndon, England. Specialty, nose, throat sad ear. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4, ud 6,to 8 p. m, Telephone. Residence at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes block. Jgeon. G. MI LL^PAOGH,physician and sur '-"'ivon bloek. Offici hours: 1 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. Kesidenca corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. OC. TRACE, M. D. Physician and Hurgeon. .Surgeon to St, Gabriel.s Hopital. Surge in to Northern Pacific R. R, Office hours: 9 toll a. m., to 2 jo 5 p. m. Offieein Lindbergh block. Residence, South Fourth St., east of Court House, Little Falls, Mfnn. DK.4-N,afternoon, VV. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Store. Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, 'Z to 6 to 8 evening,. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 March 1900

'X Fresh Drugs. Also a Com­ plete Iiine of To *iniuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii[iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiuiuiiiliiiiinmiii* L. D. BROWN, Pioneer Drug ©tore. 1 LINDBERGH BLOCK. ^iiiiiiimiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiflimnimiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiH miiiimiiiHmiHifr ZEleaciy "bo Supply. 3 I carry the most complete stock I FANCY GROCERIES, CROCKERY, CUSS, fc Earthen and China Ware, 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. Come and see me before yon place your orders else 3 J|where. Get prices and be convinced that the prices ar« iright and the cheapest in the city ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH AND POINTS EAST &. SOUTH To PETER M. MEDVED BUTTS HELENA SHOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASXA KLONDIKE W. MANN, Agent. I Chas. S. Fee, G. P. A Little Falls. Minn st. faul. minn. THOROUGH ECONOMICAL LITTLE FALLS Business JDollege Courses Offered in Shorth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 30 March 1900

LINCOLN irch 27—Mr. and Mrs. Frank John sou were in Little Fails this week, Mr. and Mrp. Ola Randel spent Sat­ urday in Little Fells. Miss Ollie Randall accompanied Mis ]£iton home to Cashing and spent Sat­ urday and Suuday with her. Both ie turned to their behoof duties Monday afternoon. Waiter Cantlebary took in the sights of Little Falls Saturday, J. R. Randall and family expects to leu ve soon for B*»nvpr Mills. Ont. John expects to wort tur Wiii. jLoug. G. B. Wariner's family is entirely over the grip. Thanks tc Dr. Chance. Mrs. C. A. Neal is confined to her boms with an attack of the grip. Dan. Cbisoln purchased two cow* this week. IIPSALA. March 27—(.'has. and Axel Larson are liome on a visit. Sadie Lunn is home. We hear that Miss Annie J'eterson and Krnest Eksf-oai will leave here this week. P. Mortenson traded a colt for a mule. The team matches a little better for Pete now. Albin ICrickson is staying at Fred An­ derson's this week. Hven Anderson has built a new barn «nd is...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 April 1900

New Dress Goods, Pretty and Cheap As you enter the south door look on your left hand and see the thousands of yards of pretty dress stuffs thatare just in. Notice the little prices on these goods. Every piece the pick of big New York wholesale stocks, every color correct to a half a shade. At 15c a yard, your choice of 14 patterns and it would be cheap at a third more. At 20c a yard, your choice of Washable Cotton Dress Stuffs We have been complimented many times of late on our stock of wash goods, percales, ginghams, prints, chambrvs and madrasses. And no wonder. These goods were picked by ourselves out of the biggest wholesale stocks in New York and Chicago. You must see these pretty patterns to know them. At 5c a yard, your choice of 25 patterns of ginghams and prints sold everywhere at 7c At 7c a yard, your choice of 20 patterns of very strong and pretty patterns of ginghams that others sell at 10c. At 8c a 3rard, fine chambrys worth 12c. At 10c a yard, some 5$ pieces of percale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 April 1900

Pips «r \, I f±'1 *&,, & & .&• Hf Si,J Tobacco Growing. Somt' xperu'itce* in the cultmv jind *ur r.rnr Tobaecu in Morrison County hy iiii Old Krtttler. We wi-ll remember when the mention nf hone-spun, or gray happily leaf tohHcco, was the niyt alto close rios'iS iu] pasw on. Hut the time lius passed, when tnlliiijr of disgust is necessarily assooi «1ed with the thought of home raised ro •baoco. Ever.v farmer in Morrison coun "ly can raise and cure his own leaf, if he will hestow npon it. the same care re hiivhnvf' hi« ottior crop«. Tlic ^reui fault lies with us farmersouroelve?. Tolarci» being raisort merely as an ad­ junct. doesn't uot receive the attention 4Ui! ca.e we give to the other crops. But, without stopping to consider the whvs and wherefores, with which I am -afraid we are all too familiar already,we will try to deduce a few simple truths, which observation, experience, and the Hanoi's jfoverninen^ bulletins have taug'lit us. Tobacco grown and cured here, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 April 1900

stands 4 10 4- \M Columbia Chain Wheels, 5 I Yon must advertise in The Herald Columbia 3**"°" S^sssaaltjpJfcV ana Circulation 1900 Weekly fm ijppE^DEcI 1 E. E. GARNET!. "You never know," said Dick reflective­ ly, "where a tragedy is going to crop out." "Tragedy!" repeated the girl, with a smiling glance over the peace of the river and its banks. "Can you see one lurking here "Behind that clump of oaks," said Dick, pointing, "there's a cozy little home whew a man murdered his sweet­ heart." "Gracious! Would it be exhausting to get round to the beginning?" "Beginnings are always exhausting." "True. Let ns begin at the difficulty." "He found her smuggling a letter out of his sight it was in a masculine hand, and he demanded it." "I see. Unforgivable things were said then"— "He left the house she took a pistol"— "She took it." "And killed herself." "And the man?" "He was, your vis-a-vis at supper." "And—oh, I remember him—he ate!" "That's no sign a man can't attend to his business unles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 April 1900

UTILE FALLS HERALD ESTABLISH&o. 1889. LITTLE FALLS PRINTING COMPANY CHA8. Ee. VASALYa EDITOR. THE HERALD is published Every Friday Homing at 201 Broadway, Vaaalv Block. Entered as second-claae mall matter. HnbMribers ordering address of tbelr pa­ per* changed must always gii their former a# well as their present address. All papers are continued unless an explicit order is received for discontinuance and un­ til til arrearages are paid. Pbe date to which a subscription Is paid is printed after the address. Sibscribers wishing magazines or other periodicals can have same in connection with Th Hebald at reduced rates. S1.50 PER YEAR. 1900 MAECH 1900 8u. Mo. Tu. We. 00 Th. Fr. Sa. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 H*- 1 1 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 25 26 27 to CO 29 30 31 FRIDAY, APR. 6. The Princeton Union doesn't think any more of Congressman Morris since his "explanation" than it did belore, and says so. It cannoD ap­ prove Morris' position on the Porto 3iico matter. Speaker He...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 April 1900

Boy trade. wanted to learn printer's C. W. Bouck of lioyalton was in the city Tuesday to purchase brick. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Levis enter­ tained at crokinole last Friday even­ ing. Gilbert Hollenbeck, recently of Swanville, in employed in Jos.Cota's barber shop. Miss Nora Batters has taken a posi­ tion as trimmer in a Minneapolis mil­ linery store. Get your clothing: and shoes at Viktor Bros. Good stuff at right prices you know. B. W. Lakin went to Swan lake Monday. He will be time keeper on Buckman's drive. Miss Redmond of St. Paul has again taken the position of trii» mer with Mrs. E. S. Smith. Frank Morgan has ieturned from Swan Lake, where had charge of a crew at Lindsay's camp. E. S. King has taken a contract to do the brick work on Jos. Schrieber's new block at Royal ton. Fuller says Vasaly's defeat gave bim the first chance in years to have a smile. What sort of a smile? P. H. Gross, who is in southern California, wrote home that he was confined to his bed with dropsy. Ba-tir ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 April 1900

Professional Cards Gof M.A. FORTIER. M.D., C.M..Graduate Victoria Oniverait?, Montreal, Ouada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hoepftal. Office hours to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Office over Wetzel's drug store residence. eOrner of First street and First ave. N. E- LM. M. ROBERTS, physician and Burgeon D. Philadelphia, J±. I»- P-.»• i^adon, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m., Jeeon. 2 to 4 end 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone. Residence at Hotel'Buckman. Offices in Rhodes block. G. MIL.LSPAOGH,physician and sur ^lynn b'ock. Offic* hours: 1 to 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Resldenca corner Third ave. and Third St S. E. O C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and V/ Burgeon. Surgeon to St. GaDricLB Hopita). Surge -n to Northern Pacific R. R, Office horrs: 9 to 11 a. m., to 2 jo 6 p. m. Officein Lindbergh, block. Residence, South Fourth St.. east of Court House, Little Falls. MIOD. 1VB. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's JlT Store. Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, to 4 afternoon, 6 to 8 e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 April 1900

Also a Com­ plete Line of Little Falls. Minn •miniiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii* IIL. o. BROWN, I Pioneer Fresh DrUQ StOFQ Drugs. LINDBERGH BLOCK. •IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIUIIIIII Beady "bo S"U-~p~P 1 I oarry the most complete stock of FANCY GROCERIES, CUIIY, CUSS, 3 Earthen and China Ware, I am the leader in common china and earthenware. decorated china and earthenware, dinner porcelain sets. chamber sets. toilet sets. glass sets. yellow ware. Rockingham ware. stone ware. table and pocket cutlery. Come and see me before you place your orders else where. Get prices and be convinced that th§ prices ar« right and the cheapest in the city To ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS HELENA SHOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KLONDIKE w. MANS, ASPBT. I Chas. S. Fee, PETER M. MEDVED DULUTH AMD JOINTS EAST &. SOUTH To\ BUTTE WEST BOUND No 1—Pacific Mall No. 57—freigh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 6 April 1900

m\ of Swan (jundnr- i4i:rcl) 28.—Peter S'Jregeraon ttiv«-r was employed at K. rl. son's I tr wi-ek. Miss Etta Jsu-ob^on, who hns .Ivm visiting ii'itiidri it) J'»raiin?rd, returned /SatiK-day. A Fir'-: us, who lias bofu working near Hurtium, lias been spending a lew .lays at lionip. Martin Larson and Martin Mis fold! i»ratiiod last week from the lumber -Miip. where they had been employed, MIS. 1 vter LIRPIFI.RSNII CALLED on IJm la K-- ii ,\iUii iia,y. Y\". Davies and daughter Stella, were it LirtleF ails Saturday. ,»Li ^. I'.ridgvt Schrieber of Royalton is •-•i,siting at the home of her pareuts, Mr. and .Mrs. .I oh 11 Karroll. li. Stocker of Olmstoad county was Klmdalc this week. If suitable ar j'angenieiits (.a: be made it is probable •that 11 ity. i.' will purchase land in this vicii Mi» .1 uiia Sobieck is visiting friends ulls. Stella Davies has purchased a bi ind jf the present state of the -.veallier continues, our bicycle path will soon bo in fine condition. 111 Lit Miss 'ycle,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 April 1900

For Easter TOMELTY'S BAZAR STORE. Spring Sparkles Over the Whole store. The unfolding of the buds andflow ers Out doors is matched undor this roof by opening of New Ideas and beauties from the world of commerce. Some of the new things are just for your profit. There's interest in here in the whole family—Men, Maids, Ma­ trons and the Little, Folks. New Easter Hats A new gown is a good Eas­ ter present for your wife, your sister or your mother. A vast array of loveliness awaits the early chooser and the early chooser is by far the wisest chooser. At 25c a yard, from New York's gayest hat builders, who have twisted the dash and grace of Paris in with London smartness and achieved typical American beauties. Not one that is not a tempter— but pen pictures are weak. De­ vote at least a visit to see the realities. They are eloquent in their own beauty. Ribbons Have Caught the Spirit of Easter and now blossom out in \the splendor of new colors and beautiful qualities. New Dress Goods The g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 April 1900

I The Present Situation in Utah. presence of Mormon miesionarien i\ ittle Falls makes the following care­ ful' prepared statement interesting aud 11» ible: "T hat which affects the national weal or hinders Christianity in its benign am1 elevating mission must concern ern« st and thoughtful lovers of human­ ity ind create a demand for facte. H« •«, in answer to the desire of our t"*1 hundred and thirty-eight Presby­ ter IM, oar more than seven thousand i-iters and K^sioiis our nearly one li coinij: juieuuts Jiud which thire is il the church has decided to take charge of the state school. In the most of the towns and villages oi the common wealth only Mormons are elected as trustees and teachers of the public schools. eertain points iuce they ggg I & Non-Mormons at have been notified that, cannot wish (Mormon teach what parents doctrine)there is no room i'or them, and ill*4 must seek employment o.i.-t'vvhei •3. Another piiii.se of ]i-esen cbjy tlui.1 the people are being urged to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 April 1900

Columbia Chain Wheels, Columbia Chainless Hartfords for H? Columbia B'°y° "Standard of the World. 1 Bicycles, Guns, Sewing Machines an(l A.^e Told toy Teeth. "Men's ages can be told by their teeth as accurately as horses." said a Frans ford bookkeeper over his luncheon. "I have found this out by my intercourse •with salesmen. They come into the of­ fice, stand at the little counter, and when the proprietor is not In they en­ tertain me a weary while with ac­ counts of tlselr business skill and mer­ ited success. Having nothing to do, I watch their mouths—their mouths that cannot be stationary. "Up to the age of 28, I have learned, a man's mouth closes and opens like a child's, and what teeth are displayed are the upper ones. At 30 the lower lip becomes loose, and the lower teeth are as much shown as the upper teeth. At 32 the tops or edges of the lower teeth are blunt, but they are still white. At 34 the upper teeth don't show at all. The lower ones' edges then are a pale brown. "An...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 April 1900

UTllE FALLS HERALD E8TABL»8Hau. 1889. LITTLE FALI PRINTING COMPANY CHA8. K. VA8ALY. EDITOR. THE HERALD to published Every Morning at 201 Broadway, VaiaJy Friday Block. Entered as second-clam mall matter. •baerlben ordering address ot their pa a changed must afwa am well as their pment their former All papers are continued unless an explicit order Is received for discontinuance and aa to ill arrearages are paid. The date t» which a subscription to paid is printed after the addreesv. Subscribers wishing magasines or other periodicals can have same In connection with Thc Hirils at reduced rates. 81.80 PER YEAH. 1900 MARCH 1900 Sa. Mo. Ta. w«. Th. Fr.- Sa. 1 2 3. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 118 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY. APRIL 18. Admiral Dmy Bays he is a demo­ crat. We trust he will be a strong supporter of Bryan. The socialist vote in Rhode Island began with 592 in 1894. It reached 2877 io 1898, and 3074 1900. The American Ice Co., known as the "tee trust,"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 April 1900

Enough to suit the hearty eaters, lean enough to suit the more deli­ cate ones, and rich enough to wit *11. Our meat finds favor in every household. Each cut is a choice cut, because each is from young and tender animals. These prices will prove that good meat is not necessarily high priced: Choice beef roast, per lb 10c Boiling beef 7 to 8c Hamburger steak ... 12%c Vienna Sausage 10c Pork Sausage, 10c, 3 for 26c Bologna Sausage. 10c, for. .26c Liver Sausage, 10c. .* for ... 26c. Head Cheese, 10c,for 26c Summer Saunasre, 12$c Our Sausages are made fresh every day. Try them. Our own sugar rured Hams anl Bacon are the best in the city. Whole ham, per lb 12c Bacon sir:ps, per 1! 10C Orders called for and deliv­ ered to any part of the city. TERMS CASH. Little Falls Packing Go. KttdtjiHn pins at the Sign jewefrv more. Hou^e nni iof for sain or trade. 7-4 I -OHftrv. W N. Stewart arrived from Min­ neapolis Monday, to scale at the sorting works It. J. Sims has sold his farm in Beile Prairi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 April 1900

Professional Cards Gil.A. FORT1ER, M.O., C.M..Oradaate oi Victoria University, Montreal, Canada. Surgeon to St. Gabriel Hospital. Office hours to 10 a. m. ftDd 2 to 4p» LM. Jp. Comfort for the 0'1-- m« Office over Wetzel's drug More: residence, corner of Fiwt street and first are. N. h.. M. ROBERTS, physician and surgeon D. Philadelphia. .'a. L. P. London, England. Specialty,* nose, throat and ear. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to and 6 to S p. m. Telephone. JKeaidence at Hotel Buckman. Offices in Rhodes block. (J. MlOL^PAUGH.pbjsiciaa and sur aeon, -'lynn block. Offic'hours:1 to 4 m. aud 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third 8Te. and Third St S. E. Osurgeon. C. TRACE. M. D. Physician and Surgeon to s»t. Gabriel.s Hopital. Surge to Northern Pacific R..R. Office hours 9 toll a. m.,-to 2 »o 5 p. m, Officein Lindbergh block. Residence, South Fourth St.. east of Court House, Little Falls, Minn. Dfc.Store. N, W. CHANCE. Office over Tanner's Office hours: 9 to 12 morning, ji to 4 afternoon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 April 1900

S Also a Com E plote Line of W. MANN A Little Fails. 5ft! »IHIll!llll!llllii!l!llllBll»IIIUIIIIIllinillllllllllll»lilllll!lllllllllllllUimUllllll» L. 0. BROWN, Pioneer Fresh DrUQ StOTG- DrUgS. LINDBERGH BLOCK. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiHiiiiu luiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Eeady -bo S~ux"p-p 1 y. I carry the most complete stock of I FANCY CROCK CROCKEBf, CUSS, I fc Earthen and China Ware. a I am the leader ill common china and earthenware. decorated china and earthenware, dinner porcelain sets. chamber sets. toilet sets. glass sets. yellow ware. Rockingham ware. stone ware. table and pocket cutlery. ZH Come and see me before you place your orders else- 13 where. Get prices and be convinced that the prices ar«* right and the cheapest in the city C*ws. 3. Fee, 3, P. A ST. P.UX MINN. P. S. EUSTIS. it Gen'l Pass. Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. A PETER M. MEDVED ^lUiiiiUiUiUittiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiU# To ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS OULUTH A .MO POINTS EAST Sl SO...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 13 April 1900

UPSALA Ait il 9—Axel Larson left for Dakota Wednesday. has. and Ernest Larson went to St. Paul last week, IVr«r Johnson was in Albany Wednes dny and bought a drill. Gust Nor quiet was in Albany Wednes da Hud bought a seeder. A. Matson went to Little Falls on his »hhI Wednesday. Win. Peterson was working for Lun di. & Matson last week. CMHS. LnBdin left for Dakota Wednes­ day Emil Carlson was in Ro.valton Wednes­ day. Jonas Anderson was in Royalton Wednesday. Aug* Larson was in Royalton Monday to the doctor, Siding has fairly begun. Albert Ahtrooi wen1} to Minneapolis Thursday. M..ry Anderson is working for P. Pe e^r-oti, A. Matson and family moved to Little Ffiils Wednesday. L. M. La son was in the Falls Wednes­ day. Some one has got a new wheel. Look­ out for the cye.ist A'bert Kulander was in Elmdale on his wheel Friday. Rev. Rolin was in Elmdale last Fri­ day. John Samuels on worked for A.C. Han eon Thursday and Saturday. Albin Erickson bought a wheel last Wfcek. Joel Soderho...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 20 April 1900

1% 1 VOL. A 12. TOMELTY'S BAZAR STORE. Because It .Isn't It Is. TOMELTY'S PARADOX. Tomelty's of today is not the Tomelty's of last year, last fall, last spring. And? you know it is the real Tomelty's because it is not a last year's store. The mill will not run with the water that has passed. The best modern retailing can­ not be done on goods and ideas that are even a season old. At this point we and our pub­ lic are en rapport. And that is just why our public treats us so well by making our busi­ ness grow so rapidly. :iC r- Mb 'Sjk pt '"I 11 In the Dress Goods Store There are very decided values here in up-rto-date suit­ ing's for stylish dressers, in cheviots, homespuns, coverts and worsteds. At 15c a yard, A very nice worsted in plaids and stripes it's worth 20c. .• At 20c a yard, A very nice worsted spring fancy dress goods it's real value is 25c. At 25c a yard, A nice covert cloth in all the latest shades it would be moderately pnc^. at 35c. At 35c a yard, A very choice suitin...

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