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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 30, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Saturday april so 1927 the evening Tribune Albert Lea. five Pat Gaylord Bank statements still shows sheriff highbrow breaker i. Beader of Scribner forum and Mercury three saws believed smuggled into jail. A following Horn Tho Fairmont. Line about Pat Gaylord a Mana a caught a sheriff and turned Over to a Joe Mankato authorities will be of o Manv Freeborn coun Bank no. 1512 statement of the condition of North Side state Bank of Albert Lea at close of business april 25th, 1927 resources Loans and discounts including rediscounts.$307,537.47 overdrafts. 40 92 securities Etc. 43,988.70 banking House furniture and fixtures. 18,000.00 due from other Hanks and Cash hand. 110,628.75 Cash items and checks. 2,011.33 interest to of Blue Earth Pat Gaylord prisoner a who sawed i a. Us of the Mankato jail Inoa still total. $482,207.17 liabilities capital Stock x of surplus fund. 5,000.00 undivided profits net. Savings deposits. 117 222 78 i. 945i.2i6.682.27186,153.41 a High brow out of w d e s d a y glowing a bepl9 of trailers today the Rill Frank w k billable officers and notified night was clean pair although cords turned out time certificates. Cashiers checks. Due to Banks. Deposits subject to Check _ total. Amount of Reserve hand. Amount of Reserve required by l.aw36,368.70 state of Minnesota county of Freeborn is. We James c. Nelson president Aud James l. The greatest criminal is Nowa Large the House Fly is wanted for murder he carries with him six million deadly germs he must not become a Grandfather. Sorenson cashier All a every Bota sheriff this part of Minne of i of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True of our knowledge anti belief. James. C. Nelson president. James l. Sorenson cashier. Correct attest two directors g. A Clausen i. J. Dahl 10a7 subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th Day of Pili 19.7 Anna b. Sorenson. Notary Public Freeborn county Minn. Mortgage foreclosure Sale default having been made the payment of the sum of four Hundred eighty and no-100 dollars which is claimed to be due and is due at the Date of this notice upon a certain mortgage duly exe i cute and delivered by Brentner i Clark and Sylvia e. Clark his wife mortgagors to first National Bank Albert Lea Minnesota. Mortgagee bearing Date the 1st Day of March 1920, and with a Power of Sale therein contained duly recorded the office of the Register of deeds and for the county of Freeborn and state of Minnesota the 27th Day of March 1920, at 4 35 of clock . Book 58 of mortgages Page i 13. 1 which said mortgage together science has indicted Tho House with the debt secured thereby wits a for murder the face of the duly assigned by said first a most damning evidence so miss tonal Bank a it Lea manifold ten a. One of of let 3 ily when captured was the att april 1920, and recorded of spreading poisonous disease i office of Sai 1 Register of germs Over the Mouth of the baby s a Pepsi the 30th Day of april bottle. He confessed upon exam j 1920, at 3 20 of clock ., Book nation to being a principal the 5q of mortgages Page 502 recent typhoid plot. I and whereas the said Robert the Microscope Revea a Hajj a a i Mort Gamba duly elected brotherly love and a kindness observations a a Mere Spectator writes letter to Albert Lea Tommy and tells of things she saw one night of late. 000,000 deadly germs then his Possession and the Tea-1 the Seal advertisement. Int left behind him one of Thea St class collections of current rehire Ever found a jail cell. The was a copy of the forum. A Iliner a True confessions and Une rican Mercury his bunk a .,.n officers entered to investigate la absence. Pat who is wanted for automobile theft bootlegging and general lacs probably got mad and. I the bars apart after Reading Loans and discounts fit l. Mencken a writings overdrafts. Securities Etc. A a banking House. Furniture and v la tires due from other Banks and Cash hand Cash items and checks. My commission expires aug. 29th, 19o0 Bank no. 439 statement of the condition of state Bank of Clarks Grove Clarks Grove Minn., at close of business april 25, 13. Resources including re discounts. Total. Capital Stock. Surplus fund. Undivided profits net the sheriff be savings deposits. Time certificates. Cashiers checks. Deposits subject to Check liabilities slime a la the Mercury l a sheriff said he guessed he would have to turn Over Gaylord s leading matter to the Mankato 10ine tit 1 Ary society As none of the libel 16 prisoners showed to to a Cost ill any of it except True confessions. sawing ins Way out with three Lack saws obtained lures from a Confederate outside \ i a aided him his work Gaylord throw open the jail so that All of the other prisoners might have escaped. Apparently none of the six t inmates attempted a getaway. Quot the escape was affected sometime after Midnight for sheriff cords made the rounds of the jail at 12 of clock when he returned from a meeting at the masonic Temple. A Cav lord is believed to have been practically the whole of night finally reaching Freedom u Short time before Daylight. Sin cords arose earlier Hun 1 thursday morning but Gay i., t was gone when he visited the til i Felt that something was happening a said the sheriff. Quot inc escaped prisoner employed mated to weigh. Tea and pieces of bedding wet difficulty of sneezing through the ted and wrapped around the Hack opening the three it a Kiv Aud the bars he was working Only partly Bent up. $222,052.81 9.34 48,145.16 5,000.00 31,111.07 7.94 .$306,326.32 10,000.0012,000.00 7,859.3055,240.50. 106,976 ,. 4,375.74 ,. 109,874.5 and does hereby elect to declare the whole principal sum of said the Date of this notice under the terms and conditions of said Mort irony of witnesses painted him As mortgage True j payable at i sinister figure seen frequently i i a few under the filthiest Dens of this town from the stable it was his habit to Gar. And the Power of Sale therein visit the Nursery and Dinning table contained and whereas Thoro s scattering the disease germs he actually due 1 ii Quot a a am z of isl of kist or nun his whole family Are like him. And no_100 8480.00 thousands of persons Are killed 1 Ollars with interest thereon at each year by the same House Fly the rate of 6 it a cent per and a and his accomplices Public health from the 1st Day of March 1927, officials stated for he is a spreader and whereas the said Power of Sale of typhoid tuberculosis cholera has become operative and no a summer complain and other Lutes Hon or proceedings having been tinal diseases. The principal weapon to be used Aga iut him is sanitation. During the civil War records show when sanitation was Pratti Cully unknown 1,961 men out of every 100,000 the armies died of typhoid fever. the american War when some sanitary stunted at Law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof now therefore notice is hereby Given that by virtue of the Power of Sale contained said mortgage and pursuant to Hie statute such Case made and pro Spanish video the said mortgage will he foreclosed by a Sale of the pm a a described and conveyed by measures were employed the death Lee mortgage Viz .$306,326.32. .$31,119.01. 21,820.86 total. Amount of Reserve hand a a a a a a a amount of Reserve required by Law mate of Minnesota. County of Freeborn is. Ii above statement to True of our knowledge and beheld chrjst0pher30n, president. A j Lageson cashier. C0�?z.ect a, two cd Ector. N me this 22th Day it Apt. 927. Allf \ 1 i stay Public. Freeborn county Minn. Seal by commission expires dec. I advertisement i be t easing the infill to give him a hand hold the thin Blades and to prevent the lavs i rom giving off betraying sounds. No one heard him saw a the escaping prisoner was pulled through by a Confederate of flyers believe. Gaylord bad Boon Jin lad Tinct and questioning of the prison t Mankato hat melted no clues As to february being taken Els Lull i suited no cite a to a. A or he was help a Al Ida Ipei a Buick automobile his Possession which was stolen a Mankato some Days Prev Lousy belonged to a f. Is inn ricers Are certain he had. Pulled by Confederate a the opening was Small tor person of 17 t pounds which Gay a t he Cai lord who is 21 years old is a so i rate was reduced to 967 men out o revery 100,000. Every sanitary measure known to science was employed the world War and Only j five out of every 100.000 died of typhoid fever. These figures show that Tho weapon is effective. Swatting flies is All very Well but it is better to kill them at the source. Rotting garbage and manure Are the chief Breeding places. J. Lageson. Cashier or the garbage pall should be watertight closely covered frequently emptied and thoroughly cleansed manure piles should be removed frequently or kept covered with Lime and flies will not develop. I some energetic towns have made the House Fly almost a stranger by enlisting the co operation of a eight citizen comprehensive swat and cleanup campaigns. Of course such a Campaign cannot be concluded quickly. It will be a Long deadly siege requiring the greatest vigilance the part of the defense forces. The following precautions should meanwhile be observed if you would have a better Home and better health keep your Home screened. See that your food is kept covered. Keep netting Over the baby. Eat no food that flies have Sam pled await the with grand larceny to action of the grand jury. Gaylord is said to have charges of various kinds him. Among these is a jail breaking charge at Blue Earth a Holdup charge and a charge of carrying a five facing these Haye Given to the sufferers Boycott Fly Ridden stores. The West half we of the the Northeast Quarter nil and the Southeast Quarter Seu of the Northwest Quarter awk and ten to acres off the East Side of the Northeast Quarter Neu of the Northwest Quarter Onwu less one i acre of land the Northeast Corner or to Southwest Quarter Swu of the Northeast Quarter be sold to school District All Section Twenty two u2 township one Hundred three 103 North of Runge Twenty two 22 Westin Freeborn county and state of Minnesota with the by la menu and appurtenances which Sale will be made by the sheriff of said Freeborn county at the front. Door of the court House the i try or Albert Lea said it minty and state the 1927. At 2 of clock i .11., at Public Vendue to the jw1� bidder for Cash to pay said of eighty four Hundred eighty and no too dollars and interest and the taxes if any. said and one Hundred und no-1 of i of i ars attorney s fees As stipulated a and by said mortgage cast of foreclosure and the disbursements towed by Law subject to rodent Ion at any time within one year i from the Date of Sale As provided i muted March 31st, a a Robert my or Assignee of mortgage 17th Day of May of that Day this morning Albert Lea Tommy received a letter. It came through the mall and was Albert Lea postmarked. The envelope was not of the sweetly scented kind but like the thoughts therein was Plain clean and impressed Tommy of the Beauty of simplicity. Here s the letter a a love a dear Tommy i realty doubt know that a letter should have a title but this one needs it. Talk about brotherly love and human kindness. I saw some of it at the Broadway the other evening that went beneath the crust of indifference that we assume though May not always feel. I sat my favorite aisle seat the next one was vacant next to that was a Little boy. Possibly five years old. Next to him another Little boy about eight or nine holding a Little girl about two or three years old. My attention was drawn from the picture by this Little pin real life and whether Tom mix and the heroine came to a Clinch the last act is More than this person can Tell you. The tenderness and love Ami patience that this Little fellow had for his younger brother and sister was enough to wring the heart strings of any one no matter How hardened by Contact with this old world of ours. The smallest boy was fairly dancing ids seat with excitement Over some of the tics of a Little fellow the screen and the Little sister would Droop and get tired and would have to be shifted but never a harsh word or impatient one from the boy that held her. More then can be said from some of us elders even though we Are parents when we Are absorbed anything. Neither did he do like so Many of us would have done put the Little one the vacant seat. A woman sat next to the boy holding the girl and i heard Lier ask him to let her hold the Little sister for a while but nothing doing. Ile said he liked to hold her i and lie Wasny to tired. She said. I a Why done to you pit her that vacant seat no one will use it hts answer was a i Haven t paid tor it when the show was Over he took care or his Little Sis ter As Well As any Mother could have. Wrapped Lier up her oui or garments carried her to the Aile and let hoi Down to walk out with him. Talk about How Ute dramas. I Here was one played out right before any one that wanted to be reminded me of the Story one of our insurance men sends out about the Little child upon being asked if the child he was carrying was not too heavy answered a the Ain t heavy he la my the milk of human kindness. How Many of us can say the same lifting the Burden of some weaker brother and doing it cheerfully. This was my night for discoveries and interesting experiences for As i sat there trying to get interested the picture another Little boy came up the aisle leading a younger brother by the hand headed for the door. Soon they came Back. But they had missed one of the mos exciting parts of the film for they were gone fully five minutes and that is a Long Lime the screen As any film fan knows. Talk about sacrifice what do we older people sacrifice compared to a Little youngster missing out a Tom mix to at tend to a younger brother a wants. Greater love does not exist now Tommy i have said nothing bad about anyone so wont you when you think of shoes think of the Sample shoe store you a save Money Oreg Bertek Hoover please be satisfied of i sign myself. A Merk Spectator citation for hearing final account and for distribution state of Minnesota. County of free bom ass. probate court. Ill the matter of the estate of Fred Scherich decedent the state of Minnesota to lager j. Escherich Gaylord Burton Scherich. Charles Irvin Escherich Blanche Evelyn Escherich and Reuben Henry Escherich. And All per sons interested the final account and distribution of the estate of said decedent the representative of the above named decedent. Having flied this court her final account of the administration of the estate of said decadent Ogeth or with Lier petition praying for the adjustment and allowance of said final account and for Dis Tribu Hon of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled. Therefore you. And each of you Are hereby cited and required to show cause of any you have be fore this court at the i meat court rooms the court House Tho City of Albert Lea the county of Freeborn. State of min be Sot a the 16th Day of May. 19�7 at to of clock a m., Why a Lii yid it to ii should not be panted i witness the judge of said court and the Seal of aah i court. A Dow of Riu judge of probate. Alfred t. Vellum attorney lot Petitioner albeit Lea Minnesota. Of Moi t 78 6w list of local contributions to red Cross fund for Mississippi River flood sufferers. Fly Breeding Gallagher. Madden a adagio a places to the health authorities. Attorneys tor Assignee keep flies away from the Lek attorn especially those ill with contagious. _ diseases. J time a Notoli Don t let that Fly become a grand my or Tad Fatum _ shouted Quot Olborn Quot until a Tiger could no longer hard life Nome to make a joke. Said a a but 96 3w again it is demonstrated that Spring can always be depended to aet like Spring sooner or later. Indianapolis Nev s. Year o of evidence a year ago we told you Hoover a wonderful new Model that cleaned rugs 131% cleaner tha Nepenthe lie St previous Hoover Model. This year we want you to prove by a year s evidence just what a marvelous Advance meaning this orca ter Hoover brings. Ask the women you know who own the new Hoover. Listen to their Evidente. Then come and order your own Hoover secure the knowledge that it is the finest the most Enk Ltd t electric cleaner available today. Or phone us and Well come to your Home to demonstrate the hoovers amazing efficiency. Only 56.25 Down expert Hoover service at our store or your Home. You take no Chance when you buy a Hoover we Are Here to stay. Furniture Section third floor Skinner Chamberlain amp co. Champion National change week May i to 7 Champion a a Kluit a car truck and fora. tractor a a parked it. Red boat s�o4 a a 740 four r Joni 5�?� he april 24 30 Inch is National a take a picture week Kodak shutters will be clicking with renewed enthusiasm Ere Long. Spring is the air and adds new zest to our pastime. Picture opportunities abound Ever where. Are you taking full advantage of the Opportunity to make pictorial ret or s. Remember a pictures Tell the Story Mabel Nelson. L. S. Whitcomb. Irene a. Helen Christopherson. Or. And mrs. H. J. Petran. I. A. Potter. Eleanor Murn Ford. N. J. Anderson. H. A. Bank. E. A. Krause. E. Hopperstad. Mrs. Augusta Solh. P. C. Jensen. P. H. Overgaard. C. O. Esse. Cash. Mayor f. S. A die. American Gas to. All poets lend. Worst than others. Tagore had his kissed by admirers so much ,,.�?z they bled. Wot a a j you re driving at a nobody co blam. The orientals turned a a 2t�?z a a a to la Aloid . I Quot w. A install 1.00 5.po 1.001 20.0�?� 5.00 j 2.50 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 5.ou 5.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 500.00 for wanting cd but the Puzzle right chinese. Is to pick out the we get Jos Angeles time. 1> scotsman. 8he.� Ly-suid3y& Holiday total $566-50 All Kodak photo finishers of Albert Lea All citation for hearing petition for administration slate of Minnesota county of it1 i . probate ourt. the matter of the estate of i Lynn la. Turbett decedent the state of Minnesota to whom it May concern. J whereas Inga r. Turbett. A. Filed this court net petition stat j my among other things that she is i he surviving spouse of the above a named decedent that said dc.e-,Tunt died intestate a Witsil the county of free Tarn. State e Minnesota loft if min county of Creel. St. T. And was a praying that Tate by a Nesotas. And United stat ass National la. Of Albert Eavou he a by cited before Bald of 11 j927, at the court Chester Conklin Clarence Badger production cd Qura Moum a a Curr champions now w r e c Al c o u i d not deter pc no skids could not bestir a pm from that a kiss a tax a therefore to be and appear the 16tb Day of May said county my a1 a Why said it Anre of any you have petition should not by a Rontel. J i toed april 22, Jow Ibon. I sea probate judge. Alfred t. Volltin. J attorney for Petitioner. Bebe. 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