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   Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota                               Enterprise VOL. XXXII. ALBERT LEA. MINN., FEBRUARY 28, 1880. NO. 9. HEMAN BLACKMER, 1 LAND KJK BALK ALBtKT J J 1 Minn I WM C McADAM, I AWVEK OfrKICL OVER UtWIFl'B l-i stori E C STACY I fOKSEI AT I AM) COLLW1IO.N -T- An'-uti Oflltt uiClalk sti let Albert Lea Mm i Q.A STEVENSON V 1 UN AM) SLKdHIN ICE I our Ull I unit Mon. Ubtrt 1 f a, lihii _ DB H H WILCOX i i lii Minn Oil) i in i K ins n run r ot tl hi Ur lihsc rained Huseus rtl, In Car-Load Lots! Aiming Day Uiiect horn the Manufacturers and Biggest Wholesale Clothing ilonscs of New York und Pliiladelphia, a W C MERRILL Df M 1-51 01 IK I OVtlt Miiur A. lin-nii s ilruf s jr M'nrt Minn APOLLO COMMANDERY S1A1H) VV1S Ot APOLIU 1 iiiniiiandtn will 1 1 he'd at asvlnui on till- A VVtilnisd ij of each mouth tourttoua S r Kniknlh 'rum sistt r comin uulfiPS cordialh Invl'ed (jl'o r It t S M 111 I !i) 1 I O O f ll.Hil 1 I-A n I 0 OI O V hold in' Mondas even us rrai i-'i nt hrolli ncoiditllt mviti-d M I L111 D "lAiu rn s c N l''l till Is rfiid .1 Jlnilidav. ntfM.ll nmt'i SQLIU: I 11 MtM 1 1 I Si SO FREEBORN COUNTY BANK 'PllO1. H II.ls.IDKNf i C lij't il (Wj Vllin OMIT i1 1'jnHin, lusurani. t sntLlaltj s II C dj ashirr Z K MALLERY, V 1 nil liroadw, mil south of s M track HrOrder slati at "V E MAMMOTH SPRING STOCK 01 Men's and Boy.s' Best and Latest Styles of THIS is the icsult ot recent trip East, wheie I bought an Immense Quantity oi Clothing to Supply all of our Twelve Retail Stores. Buying so 1 naturally able to obtain remarkably Close THiolesale Prices, and such as will enable us to suppl} oui Albert at Closei Figures than ever ueic known in this This pleasing fact we are prepaied to piove to all who r-all on us No Last Year Styles or Last Year Prices! Wu au laiee line of Youth's BOYS' and Children's Suits. COATS, PANTS, and VESTS, HEW FIXTURES' NEW INSTRUMENTS FINELY FURNISHED HOOMSI IJilOK I.UHS taken according to latest 1 in i e- AniaH thoroiiKhU skilled in 1 in, M 11% will attend to al! 1 iTjus a low as the lowest fur the c! is? ul v ork Uo it 1'e ople from the couutrj as v fll as the cits areimited to call and see our photograph Satis f tcllon d tr no charge W. D. FENHOLT CO., I Opposite Itaasom Bro's btore H D BROWN CO., Df Altai Lea, -s A GLNFRAI Banking Business! City I'roperty anil farms f at- Money to Loan! On Hoa' rstitc SicnnH it i low lute of In H It. HROirX ALBERT LEA MARBLE WORKS. M. BRaSIXGER. Proprietor Dialer in all kinds of Table-Tops, Mm, Mantles, etc TkEEEF only the best workmen andgnarm tee satisfaction in erv respect M BEbbllsGER, or Clark and ashlngton Sts Albert Lea BRUNDIN BROS., K IN AL.L KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats. We ke fp constintlj on hind all kinds of HaiDSjDnet aid Fisii, rili-BIST of OYSTERS at tlic lowest possible prices weight and prompt delher> gnar- inu ed all our customers Stand, on east side of I'ro ij adjolninp; Anderson s restiurant lin Kros. GR1PMAN BABBITT, ----DFAIFRS ICE and GRAYING. Winch c ill Positn el} Sell at the Material Alone would Cost. Oui first yeai hci e as so leruarkably successful that e are determined to c even Better Bargains in v 1889. We have found that the people appreciate good goods, close profits and ONE PRICE TO ALL. OlSTE price to all still holds good, and it is plainly marked on even article. More than this. We Guarantee every article to be as reprebented, and if there is the least dissatisfaction 01 complaint in any case, e will take the goods back or make the bargain good in cash. is Square Dealing; it is right, and we have found that it ins. We extend a cordial im itation to all to call whethei they ant to buy or not. The BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE, the Biggest in Southern Minnesota. MORE! E. STERN, Prop'r. WE RFEI' STOCK ALL (JUALITII'S alid grades of Wood and Coil, and will upply city and farmers' trade at lowest prices coal always on lianrt Wood sawed to order GRIPMAN BABBITT. Vard soutli of s. M. railroad track Order Slate at T, V. Knatvold's and Owen s, Malraer's THIS BEATS THEM ALL! We have Determined to Close Out! Our Stock a6 soon as possible, and in order to do so, we shall sell our Entire Stock of 12.000. 'Wortb. of- 5 and At Cost and Below Cost. QURS is a Stock. No job lots; no sheriff's or bankrupt shelf-worn goods. WE WILL BEAT ALL CUT PRICES. Our Terms must be cash. It will pay you to call soon. This Means Business. WEUM BERG, Dwight's Old Stand. Jlis First Oflidal Document. Oui excellent neighbor, the Kntei- pnse, with unnecessaij acerbity m the discus-ion of such a proper subject ot public imiunj, defends County super- intendent Ilaugeu 111 his negligence in the matter of siting schools, and sa> that to visit seventeen in twenty daj a is doing ell At that rate, there being 119 school districts, and schools being in session only part of the year, how many schools and how often ould he isit them in a year superintendent is expected to -visit eveij teim in each distnet at least once, and tins heretofore has been done except in rare cases ot blizzards 01 impassible roads Vt the rate Mr Haugen has been Msit- mg them he will fail to make halt the visits lequiied JJut Mr Haugui should not be condemned as foi this He ma> do better in the future and should be en a lair op- portunity in this respect to show the mettle that is in him It is his failure to participate in the work of the teach- ers association that the yr chiefly cntieues Hie law does not le- quire him to do so, it is true, but in all other counties superintendents are the organizers, the promoters, the leaders, and the teachers at the associations He thus meets all the teachers, and has the best of all opportunities to become acquainted with them, to instruct, to correct, and improve them and their v. if he is capable of doing it Vnd in the case of Mr Haugen he him- self needs the benefits to be obtained at the meetings It is a lamentable fact that there are but tew of all the teachers in the county that need the ad -vantages ot the association more than doea he It is almost pitiful that his failings should be shown to the people of the county but the issue oi his competency luuing been so laised, we deemit to some evidence which is unim- peachable and which is of a ch.uactei that speaks for itself In the matter of the change in a school district, Mr Haugen rccenth tiled a document with the count) audi- toi, mhis own handwriting, of which the following is an exact copj ALEEET LEV MINK ieb jisss Itinditnn possible to approve ot your petition In the form it now is presented as it LEAVS INOTO-IO small lor a self supporting district But If sou can make a change and take in a little more of 40 bl it "-HOILD MET my approval 0 K HACOF> In this -very brief document, there are altogether m punctuation, gram mar, construction and spelling, tint teen errors This is all The document is part of the public records, and am per- son has a right to inspect it He One of the Swindlers 1 I C White of tins cltj, sajs there no truth in the assertion that the bt Paul Minneapolis Southern railway eompanj has been collect Ing thousands of dollars of farmers and others along the proposed line of road Less than 3100 as contributed in Rice county not to exceed uj have been contributed in W aseca count} outside of the citj while In Freeborn count) Trenton SJO ireeborn village gave while Alden gave 3200 The statement that they received thousands oi dollars and can al- ford to so to Canada Is a malicious falsehood As for tne poor fanners very tew nave given anything nearly all the money haying been paid by the villages He sajs the false stories have been started by Albert Lea and Wells parties because the proposed road will run betn een the two places Waseca Herald White seems to know about this business, and undoubtedly does, but will not help it People m the west pait of this county know that more money was subscribed there than the amount stated by him It is ridic- ulous to say that Albert Lea and "Wells oppose the "proposed road" because it is "to run between the two places" Albert Lea and Wells have know n all the time that the alleged railroad was no more or less than a scheme of fraud, to obtain money under false pretences, and consequently they could entertain no jealousy towaids it The only re- markably thing about the affau the farmers and others who have been swindled Lave so long delayed proceed- ings to arrest and procecute the rogues Aatnral Gas at Stilhrater. Stillwater Democrat There can no longer be any question about the existence of natural gas at btillw ater, or that the company now operating in search of the article e discovered it Any skeptic can be eon- Mnced by an oculai demonstration who takes the trouble to visit the derrick house awaiting the arrival of the new cable with which to continue the operation of drilling, the well has been temporanly plugged and a small pipe with a common gasburner attached inside Enough of the fluid soon collects to ignite when a lighted match is applied and will continue burning fer minutes The quantity of the tlow is but slight and if no strongei source of supply is found it will nevei be of any practical use, but in demonstrates the existence ol the article and gives the piojeetois coinage to continue then investiga- tion For Sixt) Days e w ill e you some big bargains in Tuimtuie and Household Goods, both new and second hand. Our stoie is ]am full ot useful articles, and w e can furnish your house from top to bottom at such -very low prices as to place our goods within the reach of all If v ou w ish to sell, bu} or trade any kind of goods, call at the Second Hand btore bee our o and 10 cent counters Money loaned on watches, lewelry and household goods Intelli- gence office in connection with oui stoie Houses and lots foi sale cheap A H. >otice of Corporation Meeting. A meeting of the corporation of the Albert Lea Lutheran High School w ill be held at the Principal's office, Wed- nesday, March 27tb, 1889, at 3 o'clock p. m for consultation regarding the erection of school buildings, and foi the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting T A TOUGERSEN, Chairman Bristol, Iowa, Feb. 19, 1881) Flax Seed. Selected and carefully cleaned Rus- sian flax seed for sowing If you think of sowing flax you should w rite us for sample and prices. Oil Meal reduced to 31.10 per 100 pounds, cash. The cheapest and best stock food known. 9t6 MAMYATO LIJSSEED OIL Co. Whj Thej Failed. Jol.n Wannamakei, the gie.U Plula- delpla i merchant, w ho made his stait and has built up his immense business saj- f speml w eek in ertising and pav a skill- ful man- i ioirnei editoi, and a good M.UJO a month to do it foi tne 1 make money In it Ad- vertising is tbe leverage tins stoie has been laised up I do not see anj laige ind successfi.l re tail business can be done without libei- al advertising Continuous advertising like continuous woik i-, the most et fective And }et there aiPbOine liusi ness men who think it onlv necessarv advertise during the hohdavb, 01 Gillrup Gilbert, to duiing good times ot'iei-> seem to think to idveitise is snnplv a favoi to the to local paper, and yet otlieis refuse aiheitise altogetliei 01 but little ot tlie biibinesa loca- tions in Ubert Lea stoics in the cen-1 lei of tiade, each been occupied half a lunis during the I lew and each firm eithei tailed i and went into bankruptcj, 01 retired from bu-meis from lick ot pationage weie stingj in the use ol the ad j columns ol the local pipeis the) attempted to do business uithout letting the public know of it Each of the fums can ted good stoikb and might I e succeeded be) ond a doubt it bad been entei prising am! iieelj adver tised 'ihere is not the least possible doubt about this, and et the lessons ot Miese lailuies not be heeded .hoie that ought to heed them most V iccent issue ot 1 aim, stock and I Home contained the lolloning voids fioui an Illinois farmei ot main >eais expenince in growing llax I luvel been laisiug tlav foi the seed foi the last 2jjriiis and taking it Ouanaiei age it has been lemuneiatn e i ciop as ,111} ot the ceieals Mini ciops do not occui am of tenor than oats ot wheat and as iai as exhausting the soil not found it anv moie haubtne tlian wheat, and not neaih so haul on the soil as oats Intact J hmk that oats get with the soil t- the lastest of small gidin It i-, a feeder, and soon exhausts I Lhe elements necessaiv to the growth of othei improves the soil element for the pioduction of wheat 01 clover On cold, clamin} soil I e nevei found anything bet ter to enliven and mellon it up than a flax ciup The clodd) giound 1 the dismtegtatmg influences of the flax loot and becomes like a gaiden bed Another thing I've ob- ed that ground subject to the ue worm 01 the corn beetle if sown in :lax is cleared of these pests complet 1} Iheie seems to be no insect that pievs on it except the gr ind theieia iiiiely a destinetue ot them Dis. 0. Vi. C. H. Gibson. St. Paul Dentists, ill be at, their rooms at the Gilbert House, on Maich 7th, and will remain one week 01 longer it kept fulh prepared to extract teetli absolutely without pain or dangei, bj a system of oui own See oui circulai for testimo- nials of phvsicians, dentists and pa- tients We shall dining this in- ert the hrst ten set of teeth, with life-like gums foi S10 per set Gold filling, gold crown and teeth without plates, at reasonable prices guar- antee all ot 0111 woik to be satisfactor} bee oui show case and bills in the post oflice on the 7th Inanguintion Kates 37oi the Piesulential Inauguiation at Washington, D C, Match 1th, 1889, the Burlington, Cedar Kapids N orth- ern Railway w ill sell through tickets to Washington and leturn at a late of OaeFaie tor the lound trip Tickets on saleFebiuaiy 25th, until March 2d, good to return until March 10th, 188SI Tor details of special arrangements, latcs, and all other information, applv to any agent of the companj J E. HANA-EG G T A, Cedar Bapids, Iowa Real Estate Transfer Tiom Feb 3th to Feb 23rd, 1889, furnished by II K Fossum, Kegibter ot Deeds and Abstractor of Titles Andrew L AdSgaarrt to John A lolmson lot 2 bl 1 Ry Add city t oo F Hall to Gulbrandion lodd and E insoni nnd mill lot citj Anthony Hujck to C irl Ivaufnian no sn sec 22 Pickerel Like James F Jones to B H Slorlartj p irt of lots2 James F Jones to C Incene Wenct p irt lots 1 and 2 Geneva Albert Waruke to August Zuelke, vv1, se sec n Nund i Ole K I ee to Ole 0 Lee, sw sec t> M ins new Heirs of m Alonn et al to 0 C Hemlrick son lot o bl l Morm s Add utj Catharine Ooebel tol M Booth i urtss'j sw sec 2 Altlen I M Booth to tonrid Ooebel s acres sw sec 2 Alden to hll ibeth Reed e 2 ures lot J Kins; s suh (iiv lie ue sec i WW Johnson to llios CT Vollura n1 inv nw ind e 7 icres s nw inv sec I Mos cow flllnnesot L Centril Kv Co toChirlesJen sen sw so 1' I ondon Mlnnesoti Centnil lij Co to Ole 1 rtcksiw nc se sec !3 Oakl ind 1 rink ind Ann i 1'rihod v tn Annnd i 20 icmns' none sec I Moscow LOANS and COLLECTIONS. Houses [OF Sale ail for Bent w f have some desirable lota in Monn s ad- dition and Ha'l s addition also lob In Johnson lemon's addition Farms for Sale and to Rent. We have some CHOICL 1-ARMS, with and without improvements in dincreut parts o( the coun-j [or sale cheap Also I inns to Rent on Shares orforCash Ue hue the or the Liverpool, London and Globe FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY j on [he v en but kind of IiiMiranic i llu I I Abstracts Furnished 1 such is Dcftts Nort 11 ISPS "irelulh Mid iiiumptl) tli tun Loans Negotiated at Low Rates. M'Fn in Mnnn s north oliuuri I. BOTSFORD, Real Estate AND COLLECTIONS, ALBERT LEA, MINN FUR bALE-THE BICkENBACH HARNESS Shop the Tremont Bouse house and lot m C ollege addition twelve lots In the Park twelve lots In Ballara's ihlra Addition One- third donn and bilance on time Inquire ol I BOTSFOBD riKMb 1 OR SALE, t OR WHICH JL I take uid lot Intownaspart pavmenr Inquire of I ROTbFORD TYIOR SA.1E-THE W C FK4TT HOUSE J' and nve acres Pratt wants to stay In ihfornia mil sell cheap Inquire ot I BOTSFORD THOR ACREh, ONE JIILE JL" from 1'oat Office in Albert Lea house, barn, gran irj hen house, well fruit trees, shrubbery, ic Half on time A birgaln but must be nken quick Inquire of I BOTSFORD Albert Lea 1UOO 100 uoo 1 1 I 10 Letter List. 1 1st of letters rennimnc uncalled lor In She post oflice at Albert Lei 1 reeborn ouutj Minncsotv for tho week ending 1 eli 2u 15M OFVTIFIIFN'S UST Olives Utobion M Oribn ir Louis M G iirdei hristotler lligeiu- ChasHl-olkestrl Mellvile Bramercl I'cdor Anderson Wold Mr Randalls.to Ole Knntson I orliek r 0 Knudsen Joshua I ewis Hinson v Peterson lorsejansea 1 A J Anderson L IIST Miss Encer Rjcnger Rachel H Rasmusson SlissChristineOKeiny Miss Carrie M Piulson Miss Anna H Anderson Airs besee 1 lacobson Mrs Agnetln Jensen Mrs Ivity Mehnse Mrs barah N Rood Anna Vlson VmlilkeGost Parties calling for in> of the above letters will pleise say pivingditeofllst To obflin idur'isut letters will cost 1 rent DOR K brio 1' V Bncklen's Arnica Sahe. The best salve In tlie world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, Jever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures plies, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis- faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents. For sale by Wedge is Barlow. Auctions. March flth Andrew Guiielerson will sell at ins farm one mile east oC Fiee- born village a span cf gelding horses 3 and'Jyeaisold, Gcows, 3 steers, heif ers, yearlings, sows 
                            

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