Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard, November 14, 1889

Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard

November 14, 1889

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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - November 14, 1889, Albert Lea, Minnesota EnterDiise VOL. XXXII. ALBERT LEA, MINN. XOA EMBER H, 1889. NO. AN .-.EYE .-.OPENER FOR. IHh NHUHAMS' (AKNHAL. The loin K ailii-il'i i Hou well uulet--> Lil B titrf p i 1 K 1 o much make fe just rlgt Holiday Trade A.T THE Department Store, OF THE Hovland Mercantile Company. THE lectric Light S-A.Z-.E. MI >T i o-sn sun THr m j -THE MONDAY MORNING, Nov. 18th, Hovland Mercantile Company) -SUSTUE- 111 f n salt i rren Only! Hie M incomplete I In' ou bar t, uns neier ht- ird of before wants i reU> and Desirable Styles In these goods dnd we will guarantee to please i jii In every respect ghlng you prices that Tve could not at any other season of the j par Call Early vnd se-ure the CHOICE In this line We mention below i few nt the styles that are especialls good Ladies' Printed Border, Ic. worth 3c.' Ladies' Full Regular Printed Border, 3 cents, worth 7 cents. Ladies' Full Regular 5 cents, worth 10 cents. i Ladies'Sheer White, Hand Embroid- ered, would be considered cheap at 15 cents, for 5 cents. Ladies' Hemstitched and Silk Em- broidered, 10 cts. worth 20 cts. Ladies' Lace, good, valued at 20 cts. for 10 cents. Lamps MuitOn No Fallow Candle or dl ul It eltlier but sparklli L I right prices that defy lompetill n LOOK! Bracket I amps with thumb screw bracket nilertouiit best number two Sun burner and tlmt chimney and 6 inch rellect or all complete Onlv 68 Cents. Hanging I impi in .ind loo nnmer ous t me ition It Won't Hurt You To look over our stock and get our prices and it mav do >ouL.ood It has done others good bv introducing them to the best and cheipest stock in this neck ot woods ou inij be bene tilted as otners Ladies' Pure Linen, only 10 cents. Henstitched, indextriordimry Rood, valued all! inand.o cents Also the handsomest line of brocaded silk 1 I snip in u MKUSS It u is moil it W Is till UKMt Splllllllll pi (t Ulll 1! I u in I apt Jl ol tin (InlliiHitd who iv, itul theluhc, ut tiit 1 piscopal church urj uul i man igcd it d uiKh i in ttioi trid i formed i spectacle that was beautiful mcleecl liundrfds and in some ca-jes thousands of dollars ic presented the v.alue ot the costumes and tiimmings and to thf-m if forded in unending delight Vfter part lirst then was an intermission, during wluih the ladies served refiesh ments vs hen the special drill w as giv en Jt was illuminated b> a ctluum light at OIK time and a more beautiful scene was never witnessed oil theopei atic stige The perfection and grace of tins drill was wonderful and like that which had preceded it evokedfre quent and nthusi istit applause Hie performance was pieceded bv a roll c ill which was an apt ind keenlv relished introduction Me give it in j full I IOLLCU.L. 1 Written and Pead b, A H Sqmer KlLd your ettentk u rt tiilft the nrmn nfc uieotior Lscb maid a firm will represent Afa the uame3 lu rbyue prtbem As OL the take tbpjr pfnce ObaerTe the r uoBtumes and (jraue when the roll 1 made complete t a II 0U.1 Broft n troupe is hard to 1 lu Holland grocery Ftore j ou U cee rhe clerks a 1 t( r tree is foand I Aul ounce- to the J ound For clothing cheap thet fits you nice here i ou will nod only one price call at Stern a the Boston store And stock of clothing o er The C M i. "51 P if be't, To take you south east north or we t Ihey take the lead in handling freight. D Crate That lonely cloak >ou saw me wear Just came from Smith B well I declare rhat new firm now will lead the ball Heuiember them don t fail to call The choicest a tar in all the we t S t we are told is Skinner Beat rliis firm will buy your corn and v, heat ou U Had them jua the men to meet Next we With all new styles dou t pa her bj all in at once her bonnets price I hey are so mj amt they nice lor c 1 verft are co chaste and fine 1 earl and ruble that sparkle and bine ad s you hnd the bect Hi good jou eee will a and Uie te t Another nrm noff takes the ctand Plea e send the new- all through the laLd That Vt i. Barlow m their line W 11 sell goods cheap their stock 1-, fine The chool children away will lir p lo the Albert Lea candy shop Good taffy for all t? mace So let uc L.ne iearian our trade Keady made clothe3 (Ion t always in Some need to be fixed up a bit To Tailor Hanson then you hie VS ho does the job for you eo A graceful form we next present Of coarse you cee we repre ent Wohlhuter B grand hardware "tort- The like was eeen before The American of ol 1 Is and prompt owe are told All poodp entrusted to their line Will forward go in mckoftimf 1 5 h and ment and game Jrom McMillen B meat market carne rhiT suop Is alw aj 3 clean and neat And you can find choice cuts of n eat rhe Albert Lea Furniture Store good" for both the rich and pnor Luy a parlor -.uHe for your wife It will inpke her happy all her life J or J P klemme make a W here egg8 and butter bnnfc [tot c n-h 1 oultry and wool find ready Aud brine the money without fail The w holesale firm of Kanaom Co cpokeu of where e er jou eo Ihelr retail trade of groceries Hue Always excel nil else outshine Tc T ntatness and dispatch we fin 1 The STANDARD will please all tnauklnd It gives the news from all around Vnd helps to your own i-Sorenson yon know. boot" and shoe- at prices low They keep aline that stand0 the w ear No need to let your feet go bare The ladies all for Hovlond e fly For tis the place dry goods to buy All kinds of fancy coods fire Dress patterns fit for any queen Boy when you to take a ride With yoar girl we aay with pride Step down to Greene s lor rig eo fine rben nsk the girl will you be mine The leading clothier In the place Is Simon Strauss an honest face Gives bargains too for cash we re tol i And never will be undersold Says Sue to John my dear lets we Go down to Fuller e gallery He does such natural photos take VTe II send a few to Em and Jake Such choice trroceries purely came from the uew firm, Smith is the name They take all kinds of produce too B >tsford and will wait on yot- lis no use talking wi es agree rhe verdict is ?iven and you pee Gulbrandson stoves are bound to In buying them you will do well Kaj s Mrs Jones to Mrs Brown Where do you think I bought my gown I cannot guess, so pray me tell 1 always trade at Crano 8 tiswell Christmas day will eoou be here Old Santa Clans will soon Appear For bis headquarters all inquire rhe nearest way to A II Squier Ihe next we find upon our list A firm tbal would be sorely missed IR Todd s mill company you know The farmers there are sure to go See here young man just pause awhile As on this maid you cast a smile Although to Edwards you may go No lovelier picture can he show The finest bakery In the land Is Jorgensen s we understand, Good coffee too and lunch BO nice, All for ten cents, that Is the price Should yon a journey wish to take, Aud anxious too good time to make, On the B 0 K N jon climb And make connections every time For boots and shoes just bear in mind That Weum Berg hive every kind, Can fit ;our feet both great and small Their stock is large enough for all in'ineNarve >u fen u fa Hat- -plen lid boiiueUfor the Kely on her rour ft-prs Hf r wi 1 pi a-e Af k w f Lu- i u k fl-on I u I til i lace for tog lioi f fiiinih (.rocf rlfen freB 1 trur'fc f lit Nar iso t flic 1 t trejfit fft ret I tUrtt 1 Schleu er t tries tl c ji ttclier 1 wilverw i! llameu le' s al 1 he knalvnll Hardware farm u Will x jrk laflr v.ay t wealth and fauit- l-i' 1 in thfefr tw 1 r, rrajel bdD 1 QiLfe line of l.ood-1 di j laj J 'iiison i. I feter'-nii nest we 1 rn W ill furniture fit for a kfnt I hey the i, ods t j nuit e i urse W n iru t vf u i (ij not i ml tl r hear ti, Ftc rt> still we f L With cb Ib k-that will f u I 1 arker A. 1 rlKi, invite small VV heu on 1 rc then atf ark tret- UOA lemandsattfi n To slight LC m i our attenn At I eter Vlsou cp t ca b i-t re tml groceries clifcrtper than I--f Iliroutbthent t-n nwu-i 1 kf-ep fur ai nice On trnpman and I abl itt thH H) kfecioj ca l 1 a Ij I i- too rt 10 FU v, and lift Take our a lu and don t fc S r jkc 1 t j 111 i u fur j ur mi: Tl e light rum D u.eftl( la 3 With ut a in many lauds Luj- f uh tl V with' nt dflf> Make no iUHtakl bi one we j 1 u >ur li t RJ 1 tin t three IIov land C m pan} you crockery tc he} place u view i he} baveerjoi f( r all of joj Hear friend-) we now thin cub unl Our poetry w bad e mu t admit Ait e we did our 1 rhron out the bad and keep tl re-t MI ot the e fa ri foru.- v i rake part in tue grand inarch (.ud drill If then you think we have done .fell 1 lee e don t forget jour friend to tell U IK) U H I I 1- I I I -.LN 11! I V, U HOM V.ND HOtt It is imposbible to erapUn language to descnbe the lovehnebb 11 the voune ladies and the betv v anetv and beiutv of their costumes e left tbe lattei dub to the ladies themselves but hav e failed to do the subject justice several have not furnished anv have been to much trouble to them do so It is their ovv n fault that their names do not appeal J he following leports are given H V Hinsou Merchant Hanson b n s eip Albert Piehards and bufcle 1 Uhi skirt genllenun to it inci Miss Libbie ?a Jrirt Jriremeiia cap ulo L e belt badn and v eh et SMrt C E Cmiij lacton MI-.S hernlce Williams trimmel witli stnn0s of pofj-corn cindj hearts et Cr wnufcandv reenc liven Mi Joe Greene Blick ndiuG lubit front of -i mounted bri dies and silver bits t, c handled whip joekev cap L r K i N K y-Miss Klttit I lain black Ires picture of. dtraln ofcarsat bottom of skirt vutli tilt word? ilberr Lea Voute print ed above ep mlets and belt bras- conductor cap IIK' lantern Amer ein Etpre-3 Co M sta( v Creamaibitrosse decollette real lace blue kid slippers express in letters Iront express c ip A panel of in jnev orders and other trimmings belonging to express compau} Wedee S. Barlon Miss Ki tie .Mills 1 la k sitin skirt lice vaist over buff ponder puff front horn buieles on draperies giit bangles on side cliainoislamO ahinler pull ball pon pons panels of sponge and cork c rk wrutlets ind black opera sleei era M Crane Drj Vnni Bessen ,.er lllick caslimert dre with front panel of leitber fins sidt pantla 01 ribbons border of li indkercbieis sash of pink silk vest of lace and nlbuns beads iround tiie ntck sitev es trimmed with ribbon and silk cap of lace and ribbons I A Fuller Photographer-Miss Grace K Sticv treim fiille brocaded photo heads dtcollettc .v ith phoiO card bracelets white h ur ornaments buff slioper Banner half life picture fnmed in butf co! )red satin on cnm son plush tassels and c rd embroidered in and garnets mm I htc Mrs U I I i 1 11 k In s Ir IIIK 1 with i sh 11s llii-. fu I an i i tb itter tnbon ipx I 1 f J us n MissAl nlfttrsiii i r si 11 mi u, l triiiim Icttiii" t fdlou 1mt tin use of cm roi i ft (Foil UN, bioti.u Oh (I'd hi> Fin Co it list unit i ul -.lit h- hadn't Ole bought his Fur Coal a( BIG BOST I li OF1 E. S'l'JKJRIV. the onlv, in which it rent in the manner ffested the small brothei This Fall oui Stock of Fur Coats Clothing! Btitb em all, and make oui back number competitois tffle Fenton Green plusli bell sleeves lined with pink sum vest of ink ribbon sish and bows on shoulders skirt ft looned with liisoles sides of vest and center 01 'keves trimmed with button shoes on shoulders md slippers md on head I r iceltts ind necklace of shoe buttons Parker Pnggs Drucgis DeCtti Kn ble Plack silk dress of sponges Louis shpptr front of -mall pouges powder 1 lifts on sho ilders and necklace of cork pointed iront of skirt covered with c rks and with nt.ht side pinel oiered with Dottles nut cdtecl with corks lift side paid covered witii brush broom feither (lu ter combs tooth 1 rushes pocket books u II Sriuier Second Hin I Aliss Mine TorLerson I lie blue s ifm i iide pnnctsse low neck short sleeves tnmine 1 with lace hat to iintch dress trimmed vvitii jeweirv and silver or iiumnts dress trimmed with tovs beads mir rors auto ilbums dolls et representing the neir approich of Christmas ind Santa Clans Panner red vv lute and bl le silver inscnp tion V H Squier HolicHv Goods Hovlind Mercantile Co jMi-sIee BHck sitm dress tuckid jokt tnd puffed sleeves kilted skirt vuth htaij belt and silver buckle trimmed with cut fcliss prisms 1 -nd painted front cut gl iss prisms chim silver spoons ina forks gold and silver tinsel cord silver bricelets earring- mil neckHce limp with reflector ind prisms for held dress cut flow ers J W Smith Co Drj Goods-Mrs Mabelltl.ohr inch Gnmson skirt plush ind black lice with i cascade on left side of embroidered silk hand kerelnefs and jet trimmings wnst trimmed with jet p Lssemenkrie on the sleeves jet passemen ind cardinal striped satin driped from left shoulder fastenel vvith cut steele buckle brought icross the front ind driped in thebick low square neck filled with white ind W ick point lace Thi odore Schlcuder Jeweirv ind Miss immi Vnderson 1 1 ick broadcloth polo naise back ind basque front short sleeves ind lovvneck filled vvith white lice waist belt trim med vv itfi soli 3 LOld vvitchfs ind chains skirt ornamented with gold chuns lockets diamond Jewein and silver phtei' in waist trimmed withhold lockets ciiuns irt istpms and ladies fcb chuns ind h it trimmed with napkin rings ind coffee spoons Hovland Mercintile Co Drv Miss Mice Kinkm Chein sum l isque shaped neck tndshort sleeves trimiiKd with white pis simentne and SWIM 5 down fn'l black satin Skirt trimmed with ere nn-colnnti ill over lice front swiii s down forming two niiiels one of silk rib bons ind fans the other silk h mdkcrchiefs and spools of sew ing silk black dr ipener of hand de corated silks cut flow ers all over black silk mos qnetaire nuts reil pearl neckl ice and bricelets fin covered with Lgjptnn ream colored lict for head dress C P Hedenstad, Jewein mdSilverw Miss Mertie Johnson Him 61 ick sitm dress orni mented with solid silver teaspoons sugir shells ind girnet Jew elrj, gold neiklace set with dia monds back of waist covered with gold watches. ind three in front gold chain iround wnst with watch ittached fingers ecu crcd with gold rings, ep lulets of gold chains, gold b and pins on sieeves and silver ind gold chain bracelets the skirt was ornimented with silver teaspoons, knives forks fruit knives and nut picks Rin ner of black with nime of linn in di ummd dust, trimmed with diamond studs and buigles Mtss C .roline Jarveson Airs Elli Ramsey Dress of Mick snnli sitm with ill over late draperies susli of changeible pink sur ill silk panel dccorat( d with ostrich tips and 1 rcnch flowers spray of 1 rench flow ers f istened on right shoulderand trailing down bick neck of bisque cut V shape one side trimmed with cream and rose ostrich plumes the other side wilh hand niide silk lace fastened with cut steel ornaments black kid gloves to elbow, bow of pink and cream ribbon on left arm hat of card! nal plush trimmed with two long ostrich plumei luintli of crcim tips and cut steel onnrnents Crazy Nelson i Sorenson Boo ind hhoes-Miss dies and celerv Banner red pendants of prisms salt cellars and butter dishes lettering of mica roni and decorations of celerj Freeborn Countv STANDARD JNewspiper and Job Hattie Gillnip An artistit dress mide of perfect copies of printed in black on fine white muslin beltol red L irlatan rosettes of same front and back scar let cap Inn "-cd ith editor s qmll pens Faber pencils anJ scissors necklace and bracelets of bright revv Dinner of white silk onwhich w is printed m red Preeborn Countj Standard Okies Ablest Brightest Best ft tot All Cut of power printing press in center primed in blue top ind bottom of blue plush trin med with gilt cord and tassels ind mounted ou ni't st iff and cross bar Hoviind Mercantile Co Tim Nelson lilick sateen bisque square low cut neck short si eves trimmed around neck and sleeves with ground cherries and cranberries on front of w list cut pieces of carrots beet? and nitabigts plain full skirt trimmed with panels of candles figs and beets on front claj pipes matches and smoking tobacco botton of skirt apples and rosettes of cand> cut flow ers blick silk niOsquetairt mitts necklice and bracelets of ground cherries and cranberries earrings of pieces of loaf sugar hat crow n trimmed w ith cibbigt leives rim turned up on one side vvith a cluster of oranges ipples and celerv and also trimmed with ground cherries Large audiences attended the enter tamment each evening, and as an ex- ample of enterprise, ab a spectacle of delight and as an Albert Lea success, it will long be remembeied by all who engaged in it and itnessed its novelty and charming features Parents' Dntj. Paients should be careful that their children do not contiact colds during the fall or early winter months Such colds eakenb the lungs and air pass ages making the child much more likelv to contract other colds during the "winter It 13 this succession of colds that causes catarrh and bronchi- tis, 01 paves the way for consumption Should a cold be contiacted, loose no time but cure it as quickly as possible A lift} cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cure anv cold in A few dajs and leave the respirator) organs strong and healtln For sale In P irkei cV Uriggs >o Class Has n Monopol) of honesty. Mankato Register is necessarily an element of honesty then why encourage thrift at all' This slurring of "wealth is not in accord with civilisation or progress borne nch men are dishonest, so are

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