Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, October 10, 1889

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

October 10, 1889

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Freeborn County Standard, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota Enterprise VOL. XXXII. ALBERT LEA. MINN., OCTOBER KI. NO. 41. ITS TREAT! So come right along to the BIG BOSTON l Jl And examine the Liberal Bargains we have in store for tlie good people and honest yeomanry of Frceborn County and Northern Iowa. When you come to the BIG BOSTON irou will find we don't work off old stock, but give you the Straight Goods every time. The best way to find out what we are doing and wliat you can do. is to come and see for yourselves. And Gents' Furnishing Goods, At prices unheard of in the Clothing History. Morey E, Stem was in the Big Boston making Another Cut in Clothing! Which so completely upset high prices and demol- ished would-be competition, that it will be inter- esting to the fuss they will make. We have just received another installment of FUR COATS, OVERCOATS, FALL SUITS, t heifer calf, C M Hewitt.................... 2.00 CLASS and Natives. Jest bull, 4 year old, Chris 2.00 Jest bull, 2 year old, John Howe...............2.W 3eat bull calf, Cbris Bailey...................... 2.00 Jest milch cow, A McSeil....................... Second best milch con-, Gilbert Johnson....... l.tu iiest general purpose cow, John Howe.........2.00 Second best general purpose cow, It Peterson l.Ou best jearliDK heifer, Cwfflson.................. 2.00 DIVISION" CLAMS ram, Wadsworth.................... Ueet ewe, W Wade-worth.................... CLASS lie.st 3 C D Holcomb................ G Nelson....................... second buck, U D Holcomb.......... 2. CO '_'.uy 2.00 a. 00 l.UO DIVISION D-HOGS. CLASS China. Uest boar, 1 year, C TotUngbam......... 2.00 Second best boar, under one year, H Fink..... 1.00 Uest sow under 1 year, H Finfe.................. I.W Second best BOW, under 1 year, C Tottingham 1.00 Best pen of pigs, C Tottingbam................ 1M CLASS Best boar, C Tottingbam........................ 2.00 Best sow, C Tottingham......................... 'j.UO DIVISION E-POTJLTKY. CLASS XXUI. liest coop White Leghorn, J QAimis.......... 1.00 Best coop Brown Leghorn, J Q Aiinis.......... I.W liest coop Plymouth Bock, C P. Kanaom....... l.iW Best coop turkeys, C Tottingham.............. 1.00 best turkeys, Mra M Halvorsen.........50 Best coop Pekin ducks, Mrs M Halvorsen..... 1.00 coop Light Brahma, Mrs ii Hnlvorsen... I.W Best coop yeese, Geo Reim..................... 1.00 F 1 .i-J f Y IV S X 0 DIVISION T-DOGS. Best pair driving dogs, Master H Schneider. t single driving dog1, Master-------- DIVISION" H-UAKUFACTUBE. Best farm wagon, Hauge Christppherson. Best double carriage harness, C Bickenbach. Best Biiigle carriaee harness, C Bickenbach. Best display of wbips, C Bickenbach. Best single buggy. Geo Drommerhausen. Best washing machine. S Beinsberg. Best automatic steam cooker, W C Baker. Beat automatic coffee cooker, W C Baker. Best potato planter, potato digger, potato cleaner, Giles Bros. Best taxidermic work, C E Richardson. Best work in marble, M Besslnger. DIVISION I-DAIRY AND PANTRY. Bust butter made at any time, Mrs D Dominick 2.00 Best dairy bolter iu package. Mrs E Noble.....2.00 Second best butter In package, Mrs J Hanson I.W) Best granulated butter, Mrs E Noble........... l.OU Second beat granulated butter, Mrs A .bO Best roll butter. Mrs Glaus Flindt.............. Second beat roll butter, Mre E Noble..........1.00 Best fall cream cheeae, Mrs Albert Johnson... 2.00 Second beet full cream cheese, Mrs G Kearna. 1.00 Beat primopt, Mrs Martin Narverud........... li.OO Best canned blackberries, Mrs D Dominick.....25 Best canned plums, Mrs E Noble................'J5 canned crab E Noble............25 Btjbt canned rod currant, Mrs C R Ransom.....'25 Best can'd black raspberries, J II Chamberlain .25 Bust canned strawberries, Mrs C R Ransom... .'25 Best canned prapes, Mrs J H Chamberlain.....23 Best canned white currant, J H Chamberlain.. .ii Best canned red raspberries, J U Chamberlain Beet canned tomatoes, Mrs J H Chamberlain.. .25 Host canned goose berries, Mrs J A Burdicb... .25 Best canned ground cherries, Mrs J A Burdick .25 Best canned apples, Mrs J H Chamberlain.....25 Best canned grnpe jelly, Mrs HG Day..........25 Best canned currant jelly. Mrs Noble.........25 Best canned plum jelly, Mrs John Hanson......25 Best crab apple jelly, Mrs M H Best porgaarn, Mrs Henry Fink..................25 Best honey in comb, Mrs J H Chamberlain.....25 Best strained honey. Mrs E Noble...............2o Best plum butter, Mrs A E McGHntock........ Best tomato catsup, Mrs Jesple A Dills..........25 Best npple pickles, Mrs J IT Chamberlain.......25 Hvst sweet pickles, Mrs 0 M Wilkinson........ BOP t cucumber pickles, Mrs D Dominick........25 Boft collection jelly preserves, D Domiuick Best grape preserves, Mrs .7 A Burdick.........'26 Best plum Mrs J H Chnmberlnin... Best strawberry preserves, Mrs J A Burdick.. .25 Best ground cherry preserves, J A Burdick.....25 Best raspberry preserves, Mrs D Dominick.....25 Host marmlnde, Mrs D Best chow chow, Mrs J H Chamberlain.........25 Byst yeast bread, Mrs Ida Hull..................25 Best browu bread, Mrs John Lunn..............25 Bust pinn apple cake, Miss KittioTrusriell......25 Best plate doughnuts. Mrs G H Frescott........23 Best wheat flour, K 2.00 Best graham flour, RB Skinner Co..........1.00 Best corn meal flour, KB Skinner Co.......1.09 DIVISION AND GRAIN. Best red onions. D Dills.........................S do yellow onions. P Dills.................... do white onions, G H Prescott................ do late cabbage, M Wlielan.................. do sweet nita bapw. J A Burdlck............ do O Dills......................... do turnips. Geo Whitman...................... do summer squash, D Dominicfc............... do beets, U F Lund............................ do parsnips. C F Lund........................ do mangle wertzel. John Flindt.............. do pumpkin, Chas Holser..................... do carrots, C F do tomatoes, OF Lund........................ do musk melon, 0 F Lund................... do cucumbers, ClFLund...................... do parsley, 0 F Lund.......................... do spinach, 0 F Lund.......................... do red Mrs Flindt.................... do winter squash, E Noble.................... do late potatoes, N T Sand berg.............. do early potatoes, L Blackmer................ do white dent corn, L Jtlackmer.............. rto yellow dent corn, I) Slpple................ do sweetcorn. LBlackmer.................... rto popcorn. W II Towno...................... tlo wlnterwheat, W J Horning.............. do oats, John Flindt.......................... do barley, John Vllndt........................ do spring wheat, Chas Norton................ ao whiteunans, 0 FLund.................... do field peas, C K Lund........................ U'f K''i'lfe'i C K Luii'l......... NO mi ciovtT bttvj, c M n. flo timotuy j'fcni, a K rio .1 r'lin'It...... ti" txirlry >ubuu___ DIVISION ifstdJSpiay furs........... no do doihlng....... do do boot.-; as'l ilo furniture.......i iio hardware... do musical DIVISION K-FRUITS AND variety of ajtjjlfcS. S it show of crati K ;ali-it vark-ty of ;t Cornorii 0 Delaware grattes. C i'.nyers No 5, grapes. J A i grains, R Kausout..... do crab apples. U UH15........... do DucbtrsS apples, S Kelly....... iiiid gTdt v.iri'ty of wliit-r ;ipj do ami varietj ol p; do quart of plums C do water melon, c K do ciierried, i) Dill-.................. do bouquet cut flowers. Mr-. ilnyt-s...... do collection ol bouse plants, Mrs r; Jirnwu l DIVISION M-HNK AUT.s AM) NiiEDLK WORK. llest oali.tinff, Mr uunabCHt -lo do Mr: Jiest aniiiiui j.ainliny, Mrs Luun I bvsi ;i iiiurt- coin] 1 hereto he and Ekierkm, Tayior Go's. llll.L (iUKKX the --rr-JU aln-af.lv paia liim. Isaiic was aimoiutcfi a COM- j l "I v "E T Little Giant School Shoe! (in housewife-, Mrs .1 ii do crochet work, Mra I.oiils V> do artificial rlowt-rs, Mrs do crocliei skirt. MK do (Jarufcil net drcas. Mra do do do do do do do do ml crochet collar box. Mr-> Trutsdcii. silk unrtfcii, Anna Duggaii tidy. Mrs i; itahbitt................. crochet worsted work. B Vo: worsted work. Mrs A cotton erociiet work, ii artistic rieeOle work, Jiiii.i Ntuon........ yarn spun from Ungs' hair, Uiuis JJOUCIK. do rrazv scrap Ian, Mrs E i; Kroivn.......... do hair watcii cbaiii. Mrs K C tit) picture drape, Mrs K C Volglit............ do hand oag. Mrs Wood................... do knit skirt, Sophia Ulaekiuer............... do table scarf, Mrs do foot rest, MrsCHRut'k-.................. do rug. Mrs Daniel do araalue work, Mrs S O do bead work, Mrs H O FeU-rauri.............. do placijue-cheiiille. Mrs S O I'eterson...... do pin cushion, Eva liable.................... do Infant's Mrs Day.................... do Infant's skirt, Mrs Day.................... do bronzed work. Mrs Kam-T.v................ do knit work, by lady aged yj yrs, Mrs do cigar bolder, Mrs Wiele.....................'it do outline w'rfe by girl do pillow sbain, Mrs J 31 DIVISION 11AI5Y SHOW. iest boy baby, 1'orter Keming'ou..............5 XOO Second best, Uarry or :iest girl oaby. Edna MKeimiier.............. :s.OO Second bast, Henrietta Martin................. DIVISION Best poem, Mrs Laura E McNLsti.............. SPECIAL FREillCMS. continuous sun- was dt'VHojied that ;i hum had W-n made I'.ir ni'an-i- tin; citv mi wliich tu hii'd future fairs, but Uia't iioiie nearer thai wen; suitable. coiiM be obtained at The. matter was left with tin: executive committee, but the opinion prevailed that farm offered the best advan- tages, and it undoubtediy :igain will be selected. Vu; apjiend an loaiie by 'J'reasurer IJrown: liKi'En-I-. k' tn (fi; t' A-isdrliiicnt "f buy ihn-e: fnn s witii. This elt.T diainv in Sei! Better Goods for the Same Money Thiin tlicOtiiiTs. DfHi't fu tmii'TM-U Ji.m'l fui! [Hi ;d both In Stock yiul Prices, uud will never let any firm ill ;ii Hid Shoe Storft of lurn-il mi I'luv Wilkins's nice...'.... Hrand suihil money............. From Win i.ir.vo. labur iii-rlm-in' fur ('Xhibitors Tula! paid out.. Standard's premium for Hurd. Standard's premium Tor best f.mtter in ail t' un- inarric-d lady under 20 years n.' jyiliMt. Albert Lea Mill Co, prt-iiilaiii for iuaf of J Ida Hull. j v t Chas .lortensoii's preoilum fur best home made K't Iiaid Kitty Trusdell. I lo be refunded to lies: J F KlfeUimfc's premium for bust display oT granu- j ated Noble. j Morey E Stern's promluiiis for best display of j Special r.'ux1 paid fnro AJotioson; (i Kearns; Ud. (1 Kearus. trance Miuiit-y Kausoui premium tonne best and cleancat bushel of red clover-H K Nelson. j Hovland Mercantile Co's premium Tor tliu b'.-.st j) lisplay of borne grown C F Lund. j Theo Scbleuder-s premium for the 'jandsuuicsC I boqutt ot wild r T S premium for display ol nueiiie or U'o voucatrrj.. crochet work-Mrs Sawyer. l.rown............. (ieo ai Crane's premium for finest quilt of ber Dwyer (no own J hiitin. i lUvyer................ Clint L Luce's premium for best essav, "Is mar- i 1'ettil. rlray.. riage a wiitux. Dr wilcox'3 premium for tjest essay on iicst JIKITI- ner or rearing and ciotijiujj tor A M Wing. Dr Wilnox'a premium !or best essay on t-ltccts of alcohol on the Jiunian A M Wing. The J W Smith Company's premium Tor cow pro- ducing must butter from 4 cow to im tin Iked on fair grounds-Gilbert Johnson lloun. Standard's premium for heaviest baby under 1 Crouch. (Jage, Holland A Haydf-n'> premium for best dis- play of rs M Haivorseu. Johnson, Nelson '90. PlannlneforXew dlU Exposition Hall to be Krcctol Present -llain Building TVill be Used Solely for Xext Fair tn be n Boomer. Secretary Thomas and the other members of the new management of the agricultural society are already laying out plans for the county fair for next year. It has already been decided to devote the present building, used at the late fair for the main exhibition, entirely to horses, and an extensive line of stalls and pens for cattle and other stock will be erected immediately east of it, Dr. "Wedge having liberally laid out three acres more of ground for the purpose. The main exhibition hall will be erected in the northwestern part of the grounds, near where the late stock sheds were; a building for trotting and racing horses will be lo- cated south of this, on the west side of the track, and other booths and attrac- tions be placed in that locality. This will be a great improvement, in many respects, over the present ar- rangement. The time the next fair will be fixed as possible. Secretary Thomas will correspond with the secretary of the state fair, and with the managers of the fairs in adjoining counties, and arrange, if possible, to hold the fair of this county at a time when it will least conllict with others. This will insure a large line (if exhibits from outside the county, and will secure the attendance of some of the linest racing horses in the state. The county fair of Freebfirn county is hereafter to become one of the big events of .Southern Minnesota: the right start has been made, and the right kind of men are at the helm to achieve success. KST1MATK or I'.II.I.S TO P.iils allmved but not yet John i'aiil, lumber............... Tcnncy iS: Co, lumber.... T V DC Wnljje, services I1.; days.... Gripman A Babbilt............... I.ci Hewitt Hovlana.iiasslKill............... To lie refunded to secretary abovei To lie rcnnideil to JIUSMMSJIT 'see Additional sum voted secrelary.. Will be left on hiiml when bills aro paid........................ Amount of premiums to be deducteii. As will be Keen, the society had on hand to begin with, and after the premiums are paid, wliich amount tu will still on hand. Uut this does not represent the total as- sets. The lumber in the buildings cost about and at a fair estimate is worth It is all paid for and be- longs tu the society. Kvery premium will be paid in full upon application to the secretary, but it is likely that only a few in Albert Lea will claim their West inul Kepnirlnu Xeutly Done our Shoemaker, 3tr. JOHNSON PETERSON, RTAKING! A FINK LINE OF uiHl REED CHAJCKS, Extra Fine, New Styles, Ladies' Writing Desks, given prompt attention, boot iitul shoe store. culls answered up stairs over Walter Thompson's PETERSON. 120 feet deep, two stories and basement, and is cliock full of as complete a stock of RE After the Fair. Everybody says tlie fair a suc- cess; we are glad of it, and trust wo shall have a lair in this county every year. At the Second Hand Store we have a "fair" every deals and low prices on all kinds of goods. Can rig you Out with anything from a tin- cup to a plush parlor suite, at way down prices. See our gloves, mitts and woolen hose. We have a 115-foot wall tent for sale cheap. Our fall goods have arrived. Come and see us for anything in the housekeeping line.botli new and second-hand. Visit us often. A. JL SQVIKU. For Oae Bnsliel New Wheat We give 40 pounds straight (lour, war- ranted, ten pounds of bran and three pounds of shorts. A. LEA MILL AND ELEVATOU Co. Chirk A: Anderson's Ijiiek. is luck in odd numbers." said Itory O'Mcuv. and llnry might have- added that occasionally an cvtin j number strikes it rich. Clark An- derson, proprietors "f Um Monitor South Thirteenth street, think so at h'ast: for thev held one-fourth of ticket. in the .Inly drawing of The Louisiana State Lot- tery, and when the wheel stopped it was found that I5.1O) drawn hence their share was "It happened this way." said Mr. Anderson to a reporter. "Chirk and i were not very well fixed I re- marked one evi'iiing let us invest in The Louisiana Slate Lottery. He agreed, and we started to liny the ticket. I was in favor of luiyini; live twentieths, hut IK; said: -N'o. let us buy a fourth, and if we win we will get something. So we i looked anxiously for the list and when it came and 1 found that we had won I was actually paralyzed. We collected the money through the I'rcil'u; express and it came, to hand as promptly as if it had been one of..lay Could's cheek's we were getting cashed. No, we are not going to Kurope; we will stay right here, put a little more money In our business and see if we can not increase our gains. As a matter of fact the casli will help us out amazingly.-- (Xeb) August 18. liiickleii's Arnica Salve. Tlic best s.ilve In IhcwnrM for cuts, tirulses, sores, ulcers. rlicnni, fever sores li-llcr chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all akin eruptions, and positively cures plies, or no pay required. U Is Kuarameod to uive perfect satis- faction, or money refunded. I'rlce y> cents For sale Uy Wcdsc Harlow. As lie found, in this region. line of AVe carry a full Door and Window Screens, And in Sac! we shall keep in stock everything to be had in a hip; and well-ordered Hardware Store. We shall make it a point to sell Good Goods at And are confident the inducements we offer will prove highly satisfactory to all our customers. All are in- vited to call, inspect our new store and see our mammoth stock. J. F. WOHLHUTER CO. ;

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