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Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise VOL. XXXII. ALBERT LEA. MINN., APRIL -25, 1889. NO. 17. MORGAN 4 IrtASK. I.OM.I.V MltltCAV linn'III il'k HEMAN BLACKMER, l.A.M) 1-OK SAI.K. ..Minn. WM. C. McADAM, OFl-'irK OVEU Albert Lea Minn.__ 0. A. STEVENSON. I AN1> sntllF.O1. I .....r Yi-ll.iw 1'riiiit DR. H. H. WILCOX. I >IIYHll'IAS 1 raplcii lij Dr. J >illlK Sinn-. AND Olln'i UFFICK Ub.-rt _____y I. ALUKk't funni-riyuij- FATHERS and MOTHERS! Arc ahvuys triad to dress their Children well, lor it pleasant to see them comfortably clad, and to see the Children themselves enjoy is W. C. MERRILL, l'1-TK'K oVKli ill UK Mum. FHEEBORH COUNTY BANK. MMIIIS II I'llKSIDUST. Capita! fWXJO. All.m 1.-J. Minn D-IHT- i .1 Insiir.iiift- a Specially. s. Caslilfr. ________________ APOLLO COMMANOERY. -PHI' M CONC1.AVKS OI' AI'DI.LO i Cumiimiidi-n will Li-held at lli-lr avluin lmtlj.-.M CuuilH.ua Sir Knuhts IT'.m s ennllallj Invil.-d T.l.AliliM.lt. K C. i M '.Ll.ri'.l. llHiirdi-r. Z. K. MALLERY, I did Yard. and .tiih ul S. M.track. Hardv.arc EDWARDS BROS. Tli Cr.mp and ('lilldrfn''- i'liolc Kdwarcis Bro's IHi a at Broadway Wood Yard. GRIPMAN PETTIT. -DHAI.K1W IN- Wood, Coal and Draying Wood Sawed to Order. A young man or boy with dirty, ragged or ill-fitting Clothes is ashamed of himself, and it is natural, for there is no excuse for either Icind if his parents do their duty. Dirty Clothes can be washed; ragged Clothes can be patched, and Well-Fitting Clothes! Of all grades, t'roia the to the very he bought the year 'round at finest, can THE BOSTON D Jl Parents should call and see the great Assortment Styles for Boys of all ages that we carry. "We sell Clothes ready made, Cheaper than you can buy the cloth. CLOTHING i vf'KirKO lunj wa store. ortlers on slaty at V. A. urwcry store. T. J. WANEK, Manufacturer Choice Cigars For all the Men and Boys in the County, and Pi-ices that will Astonish, thev are so Low, at the BUSTING THE TWINE TKUST. A Way to Kent lligli Tariff and Jlo- Can Bind Their After I-'ortiinute and Timely Invention. CmcAtji) April 1W.I. W.H.Knbi Albert JM, Minn. Tlie secret is out. You have doubtless seen in the Associated I'rcssdispatches that some one had succeeded in per- fecting a simple device, to be quickly interchangeable with the tsviue knotter for binding grain, thus enabling the farmer to use either twine or wire, by this device effectually preventing the purchaser of a machine from being subjected to any combination or trust on twine, or in any manner suffering from the cause of scarcity of libres from which twine suitable for binding purposes is made. The enormous in- crease of consumption of fibres (unless some new iibre should be discovered suitable for this use.) would necessarily in a few years put twine out of the resell of the farmer, especially with the present low prices of grain. We hardly need tell you that it is ilcConnick who has perfected this device above referred to. It is practically our old wide-famed wire binding device much simplified, which is if possible even more simple than our simple knotter. It needs no further introduction to make it a recognized success the world over, and thus add another laurel to the ilcCor- raick. When the farmers call for relief, McCormick, with his ever ready and helping hand, comes to their aid. It is looking more to future relief to the tanners than to the present year that we now offer this attachment for sale. It will be our effort to serve first those who give their order-, fur machines lirst. We cannot at this time tell just how many we can complete in time for the present harvest, probably or but you may broadly say that for the harvest of "1S90 we can have in the Held 200.UOU if the larmers demand them. They will readily attach to any of our chain drive binders of previous years' manufacture. tests and com- parisons we might say that, with wire at 10 cents to the farmer and twine at 2u cents, wire would be about 30 per cent the cheaper material; further, it is proof against the fraud and decep- tion which are so much practiced by twine manufacturers, and is also insect proof. We hardly need attempt to in- struct either you 'or the farmers as to its advantages. "We only need refer to the advantage of owning a machine that can successfully use either or both. shall be able to supply this attach- ment to the farmer for the small sum of Slu, truly a small sum as insurance to make him master oi the situation. If there are any who do not wish to give an order i'or one now there are surely none who will not prefer a machine that can have it attached in future if the twine markets are excess- ively against them, which they are pretty sure to be unless they (the farm- ers; d'ecide to use wire and reduce the consumption of twine. Neither you nor your agents need get excited or A NEW ELUOKAUO! Itcv. II. it. .llolyiieaux I'an HuiiUIiiiK Iteal Instate in Texan. Hliiu KarthCitylVit. Last winter Kev. II. li. Molyneaux secured a vacation from his charge at LHchiield, in Northern' Minnesota, partly for the purpose of benefiting his health, and partly to look up a location lor his san, now approaching manhood. He drifted down into Texas and struck the I'an Handle. 15elow he gives his views of that district of Texas, where he has, it seems, perma- nently located. I am an enthusiast for the elevated plateau called the Fail Handle of Texas. 1 am a swelled landholder to the extent of OtO acres ol the lluest land 1 ever and two line residence lots feet, and two business lots in partnership u itli 1 Joctor Kennedy, the old surgeon of the 5th Minn. Here i-, a splendid opportunity for almost evenbodv. Carpenters arc per I'Hsh, and any one who a nail jit-Is >'J. liliilUen itlii: wire man) and Sanburu his soii-in- own a ranch of acres, and the town- of Anianllo, and they are pledged to develop Uus region where the altitude is feet, and half way between the Gulf and Denver. I seen strange sights here. 1 was told that it nev- er rams here. The tact is, u has raiued at inter- nals during four the clouds being all around us. The afternoon's are warm and nights eool. Herd.-, of cattle arc shipped in at the rate of two and three train-loads per day. Herds of horac-i, mules, goats t-tc., are all around. Farm- ers an- rapidly taking the alternate sections of land: nearly all beinj; taken to the Palo Duro Camou, distant. Here are the sweet wild grape, the China tree, the plum, the peacan, peanuts and eet potatoes. W e have the finest intc! between Fort Worth and Denver. I may be compelled to turn Southern Methodist unle.-i's mure northern Methodists come don n. no.' Great fa-sari Two hundred and fifty houses put up here In three months. And Dealer In Pipes, Tobaccos, Smokeas' Articles, Etc. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. ALBERT LEA, MINN ALBERT LEA MARBLE WORKS. 31. Proprietor, Dealer In all kinds of MOREY E. STERN, Prop. Improved Champion Mower The Meat Inspection Law. Following is the text in full of the meat inspection law: HHC. sale of any fresh lieef, mut- ton. Iamb or pork i'or hunmu food in this state except as hereinafter provided, is hereby pro- hibited. shall lie tlie duty of the seserul loeal boards of health of ttlie se'veral cities, vil- lages, boroughs and townships within this state to appoint one or more inspectors of cattle sheep and swine for said eity. village, borough or township, who sliall hold their oflices for one year, and until their successors are appointed ijnalilied, and uhose authority shall be ter- ritorially coextensive the board so appoint- ing them: and said several boards shall regulate tlie form of certificate to he issued by such in- spectors and the fees to be paid them by tlie person applying for such inspection, which fees shall be no greater than are actually necessary to defray the costs of the inspection provided for in section three (a) of this act. SEC. shall be the duty of the inspectors appointed hereunder to inspect all cattle, sheep and swine slaughtered for human food within their respective jurisdictions, within twenty- four hours before liie slaughter of tiie same, and if found healthy and in suitable condition to be slaughtered for human food, to give the appli- cant a certificate in writing to that effect. If found uniit for food by reason of infectious dis- ease, such inspectors shall order the immediate removal and destruction of such diseased ani-. mals, and no liability for damages shall accrue by reason of such action. SEC. person who shall sell, expose or offer for sale for food in this state anyfresh beef, veal, mutton, Iamb or pork whatsoever, which has not been taken from an animal inspected and certiiled before slaughter by the proper local inspector appointed hereunder shall be deemed Kiulty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not more than SIOO or by imprisonment not exceeding three months for each offense. SEC. and every certificate made bv inspectors under the provisions of this act shah" contain a statement to the effect that the animal or animals inspected, describing them as to kind KING'S; Combination Optometer! The ami mu .t instrtimf-nr for the purpuxe ot TESTING THE EYES. fnuilil tO he llt'ilf Mu'hlf wlnle the may tar-MKhUMi. 'lite Im- portance of liUinii >fimralely will be n-adilv umltjrM.omL This N exact of lens required for iMtrli t-je can be IIM.V rtainetl Without Guess-Work, Ki have your ht'tliPr you are strumeiit is now in u hv cvperinientlujr willi is iiMiaily tiie ciistum. Do not tested will) tllii instrument. rim; or nut. Tills lu- In- No Charge for Examination, U wv keep a as mciit of the FINEST SPECTACLES That air made. Clocks, Watches, Jewelry A splendid stock for Use or for Birthday, Wedding and other I liepairing warranted. BESSESEN STEEN. J. F. JOHNSON. P. !r. PETERSON JOHNSON PETERSON, TaDle-Tops, Mantles, etc. I KliEKF onlythe best workmen and gnaran- tec satisfaction In every respect. M. UESSINGEK, Cor. Clark and Washington Sts.. Albert Lea. 8RUNDIN BROS., Meat Market! DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF and Salt Meats. We keep constantly on hjfna all kinds ot rlams.DriGu aM RsL Tiie BEST BRANDS of O1TSTER.S at the lowest possible prices. IliHiesl weightand promptdellverypiar- uiii-ed all our customers. Stand, on east Ki oailway adjoining Anderson's restaurant. Bi-uncHn Bros. GRIPMAN k BABBITT, The MOST PERFECT and PRACTICAL Piece of Farm Machinery THAT HAS EVER DEEH IHTRODUCED. The mechame.il principle'; omb.Ui.-d this Mower are entirely new, and have made it possible to lemeiiy the defect-; are well known to exist on the old style machines. It will pay any farmer who is in need of a Mower to exam- ine the IMPROVED the perfect and practical of machines- AND IT !S SO WARRANTED! The Dltim n'JJKKLS are hlirh a-vl vl i" :umrt. iiHurir.- steadiness of motion and light draft. There is ,VO FKAMi: Imnifltunlowii in iront to bunch up the cut Krassor run Into obstructions. There i- Xli f'M" J.OIC J.oll'.V on which the KTOSS can wind. This te aecrious objection to the old-stylo Tii.-POirKK 7S APPLIED DIRECTLY and without a joint from tbemnni Kc-ur t pitmirn. and ALL OF THE POll'EB is used In cutting the muu-tcil
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