Albert Evening Tribune in Albert-Lea, Minnesota
28 Feb 1906

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28 Feb 1906

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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - February 28, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota Ehkksa222k38323s 3ss 2s32323228j Snew Spring h wraps Jwj and new shirt waists our first shipment of these a glad harbingers of received. A representative line of the different styles and lengths jackets and cloaks which Are to be worn this season. The jackets and cloaks Range in Price Jcj j7 in from. In v m iou with some Verv Clever two third length Gar cd Nan merits at Lovely new shirt waists and the Best Waist values we be Ever shown. A Sample value is made of Union Linen handsome mercerized embroidered front cuff sleeves Jien a us a local news items. Thu weather showers and warmer tonight. I thursday rain or Snow. With colder West portion. Albert Lea mercantile company Nelson amp Chrisler phone 80 phone. Snap in canned fruit an antiquarian Alonzo is a Man who spends the most of his time and Money in stocking up a junk shop. Peaches a Continental Brand Pat up in heavy syrup and Well Worth 20 cents a can our of Price 15c, two for tub Green Gage plums a Row Brand finest Quality put up by Geneva preserving co., Ontario co., new York. Of our Price 15c, two for Tali egg plums a Arrow Brand same parkas above. Elegant be goods our Price 15c, 2 for Bartlett pears Corsica Brand not the usual hard kind but a Nice palatable piece of goods packed in Maryland. Chrisler Nelson amp the White front Market h. M. Steuer prop. Coal and Wood place your orders for a Winter s Supply of of Al and woo before tile prices Advance. We have Hie Hest of everything in the fuel line. Prompt delivery and satisfaction to our customers. Call up Albert phone 78. Lea fuel ice co. Amp fresh and Salt meats fish poultry oysters the Bast of everything at the lowest prices. 601 8. Washington it. Corner Pearl. 140 w. Clark Street phone 240. Broadway livery plume 40 first class turnouts Day and nigh t. Nelson. Proprietor March 1st hat opening a o Walland a. It. S. De Tui. Successor to w. G. Merrill to. 4 of re Bouw bulk it chief of police Carey purchased a Story amp Clark piano of j. K. Simms yesterday. 79-lt git la Grippe contains no quinine cures a cold in one Daj. At la druggists. 25 cents. 69 4it. G1t-la Grippe you can forget the name. Cures a cold in one Alay. At All druggists. 25 cents. 69 4 it. Mrs. C. E. Brainard entertained a number of her lady friends in the afternoon monday and the program was an interesting one and proved very pleading to the guests. Today was the last Day for paying personal property taxes before the ten per cent penalty was added and there was quite a Rush at the office of the county treasurer to pay in time and yet quite a list is delinquent. A greek peddle in Mason City is said to be Busy dulling the women of that place while Selling Waist patterns. It is always Safe to turn a deaf ear to this variety of Fakir for if one buys of them they Are sure to a get e. It. Toh in who has much to do with the a a alphabet Road is expected Back in a Day or two and lie intends to bring Liis family Here and remain All summer while tile be a Road is being graded and equipped for business. Fairmont Sentinel Rev. I Ether Ciezinski of Wells formerly in charge of the Fairmont and East Chain Catholic churches has cleaned up a snug Little Fortune in North Dakota land investments and his hosts of friends in Martin greatly rejoice thereat. The North american land co., whose advertisement appears in another part of this paper states. That the Rush this Spring for Good improved farms will he greater than Ever before and they say they can scarcely secure enough farms to meet the demand for their customers. There will be a meeting of Western Star Lodge no. 26 tonight and some preparation will he made for the trip to Northwood Friday night. The indications Are there will be from sixty to seventy five go on the trip and All who a Are assured of a Good time As Northwood hospitality is proverbial. Headmaster Lenehan of this division of the Rock Island will leave Here wednesday night to remain and he will be at once succeeded by Charles Gruver who will return to his old place after an absence of a Long time in Cedar Raul hosts or friends will be glad to Ace or. Gruver return and resume his old position. As fur As heard from the late apprehension of the Hood urns who became nuisances by their presence and actions in the Post office proved effective and the marauders now keep a away. If they resume their depredations they will be dealt with As the Lei dictates for if parents do not understand How to train their children Tho state will find a Way that is usually successful. It is hoped nothing further will be heard of these complaints. Hubert lintels of St. Clair one of Tho directors of the a a alphabet Road stated to a Mankato free press Man that he was not aware that the Road has been sold and doubted the report that is in circulation. A few Days ago or. Gruels met or. Ohio in Albert Lea and the latter gentleman assured or. Gruels that As soon As weather conditions permitted work on the Road s construction would be resumed. Or. Tob e gave no hint of a Sale or that Neotia ions were pending. We sell hard and soft Wood and the Best grades of hard and soft Coal and Coke. Try us with your next order. Grip Ruan Moore amp co. Phone 220. 41 of. Ash wednesday the beginning of Lent and an important Holiday in the episcopal and Catholic churches. Special services were held in each House of worship and goodly crowds of worshippers were present. Everybody should have or. Adlers treatment constantly at hand and when the least discomfort is Felt in the stomach or bowels a dose should be taken at once thus avoid ing appendicitis and All the terrible pain that goes with it. C. F. Towne druggist. Until or. Adlers treatment was discovered there was no Medicine that would reach the human appendix. No wonder appendicitis was Ever on the increase. But it need not lie feared any longer for an Occa Alon tevely prevent appendicitis. A f. Towne druggist. J. H. Davidson late Consul of the United states at mantling China who resigned that position a few weeks ago will engage in real estate business in Winnipeg and will he in partnership with his brother Chaa. Davidson of Carrington n. D. Byron Ackland the Driver of Thi team of the fire department has so far recovered from his severe indisposition that he has gone to has Oldhone in Manchester to remain for a few weeks to recuperate. His health was badly shattered and it will Requin some weeks to fully recover. Marriage licenses have been Grant cd As follows Edward Schradle aged 24 years and Mary Potucek 17, both of Freeborn Jerry Brabec 22, and Bessie Choc 17, both of Freeborn Coli qty. Both couples invoked the Aid of judge of probate blackened and were United in marriage. The newly wedded ones Are popular Young people in the Bohemian settlement in the Southeastern part of the county and have the kind wishes of All. W infants garments done to forget the Little ones. Remember we carry a big line of infants ready made garments. White Peca jackets Long and Short undershirts and dresses from 25c to $5.00. Infants slips. Made of Fine sheer Lawn with embroidered Yoke Aud ruffle. A Good value at $1.60 and 4 Sqq $1.50, $ 11j j another lot of infants Long dresses made up very neat with embroidered and lace Yoke Worth $1.25, now. One lot of Long and Short dresses extra Good value at 50c, q7p your Choice. Will another lot of Long and Short dresses mostly Quot Plain but of Good material regular Price 25c and 30c, at this Sale. 22c values Are exactly As stated and every Mark Down is a genuine As Well As a generous reduction in Price. Hurd Hoffmann amp company. Removing Revenue opposed. Cohol Means nothing More than i chancing its taste and odor. Alco correspondent Doe not want any hoi of this fort is not undrinkable alcohol freed from internal notwithstanding its name. It is Yax fears abuse. I another instance of smuggling into the Temperance Camp the grecian wooden horse afterwards to disco Fer in its bowels Tell enemies of Temperance. Let it be remembered that we have already plenty of alcohol available for every legitimate me comical purpose. Let us make its difficult As possible to Render Lutyj liquors worse. N. H. Byers whist tourney. The Tribune has Ben favored with the following communication to the editor we have been told by a City paper that three petitions have been circulated throughout the City and county to which numerous i signatures have been secured. Each is an Appeal to Congress to remove the present Revenue tax from alcohol. One is to be sent to senator Nelson one to senator Clapp and or. Tawney will receive the third one we have not been asked to sign. J. Latham brother in Law of i any of the three petitions. I Here is a. In so Tiger is in the City for a visit no doubt in our minds that the liquor with his Many friends and relatives. He is an artist in the line of tinting and decorating houses sign writing painting and paper hanging and is throughout the county believe dealers of the country favor such Bill but the Temperance people ought to oppose it. Temperance people that at Mem we will be open during the evening of this Date. On March 1st we will invite you to attend our hat opening and try on As Well As see All the new blocks and shapes for Spring 1906.___ March 1st is the time for you to think about that new hat and on this Day As Well As evening we will have our Mamoth Stock of hats for Spring �?T06 especially arranged so you can try on All the different styles in soft and stiff hats without taking up much of your time. The Stetson self conforming stiff hat is the Best thing that Ever happened in hats see our display of Stetson hats in soft and stiff at $3.50 to $5.00. The Mckibben at $3 and Model special at $2.50. Ill Viz Xii Xii Iii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Btl Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii Iii ill Xii Xii Xii Xii Xii a combining business with pleasure by painting and lettering the big Safe at the Post office also tinting and decorating the California cottage of a. H Souter on Jefferson Avenue. He will lie in the City several Vajra. An event of interest in this City was the marriage of miss Kathleen St. John of Heron Lake Ami John j. Maloney formerly of Monk to which took place in Minneapolis saturday evening. These estimable Young people have a Host of friends who extend Hearty Hest wishes. The Bride formerly attended the Normal school and the bridegroom was wire chief at the local Northwestern Telephone offices in Mankato for several years. They will reside Here where or. Maloney is manager of Thi Northwestern Exchange. The Good wishes of All Are extended or. And mrs. Maloney. The Woitiw of securing the guarantee fund for the harness races to be held Here july 17, 18 and 19, next is in Progress and the prospects seem Good that the required amount will be raised but the question of rates on railroads then must have attention and if Good reductions from the regular fares cannot be secured the meeting will not be held As Muon depends upon the Low transportation rates. The railroads Are Liberal in their rates to the twin cities and Chi Cago but when a Small City wants some concessions they Spring the so called gentlemen a agreement and claim that stands in the Way hut this time they will be expected to do the fair thing All around. To pass such a Bill would be to play directly into the hands of whisky interests. It is to be hoped that All friends of Temperance will advise representatives in Congress to vote against House of representatives Bill no. 7,079. There is every reason to believe that the Bill is so Frau cd that it is intended to deceive Many persons. While it provides that it is i Cohol rendered undrinkable and unfit for us As a beverage which is to be relieved from taxation it has been shown that tile de naturalizing of Al Good salaries to Good men. We want at once several Good Mea in different localities to represent us to show and sell properties to buyers whom we furnish. You must be Well acquainted with your territory and be Able to show lands to our customers. Good salary and commission and steady positing. Address North american land co., 651 Andrus bldg., Minneapolis Minn. Appendicitis Means a heavy expense and the risk of losing your life. Unless you know about or. Adler s treatment a Medicine that cures this dreadful disease and snakes operations unnecessary. A dose now and then prevents appendicitis. you rather he on the Safe Side c. F. Towne druggist. Lively time Ait Winnebago wed lies Quot Day afternoon and evening. The whist tournament tuesday Between the placers of Fairmont albeit Lea and Winnebago at the latter place was a very interesting series of contests. Iii the afternoon Albert Lea and Winnebago played and the players from this City won by one Point. Immediately after Albert Lea and Fairmont played and the latter got the honors by eleven Points. In the evening Winnebago and Fairmont played to a tie. In the mixed pair playing Knat old and Hopkins won in the North and South series by 7 1-3 plus. In the East and West playing of mixed pairs Towne and Grohe won by 8 2-3 plus. Iii the evening Fairmont von Lite honors in the mixed pair playing but Defeated alb Ort Lea by Only one Point. A the Winnebago players were profuse entertainers and All in attendance had a Good time. Just arrived new Spring neckwear in la Nefcy Silks and colourings. Ask to see our 2% Inch reversible 2ai Inch and i Inch four in hands at 50c. 7s to. The Model clothing co. V my amusements. Tttttttt-tvtttvtttttt4 the newspapers have made Richard f. Outcault a quaint Conception of a Buster Browne known to almost everybody and now Quot Buster Brown has been dramatized and put upon the stage. Buster is an appealing Little fellow and with his dog Tige. Is the moving spirit in a vast number 9, direct from its successful run of one Hundred nights at Tho Majestic theatre new York City and two Hundred performances in Chicago and it is sure to be a most Welcome attraction in this City. Y 4.4 4.4.4�< i personal mention. By per i of humorous complications and Side splitting adventures. These arc set in a handsome framework and Loi lied with a Large chorus and a Ballet whom Redfern and Worth the noted parisian Modister have made to look like Queens of society. A Buster Brown Quot will be presented at Tho Broadway theatre on Friday March Arthur Flynn of Wells spent part of wednesday in this City. We. Wacker of Faribault was in the City on business tuesday. J. In Olsen represented St. Ansgar Iowa in the City wednesday. Rev. The. Rodsater of Forest City Iowa was in the City tuesday evening. Miss Emma Einhorst is in Austin visiting her sister mrs. A. C. Han son. Miss Enola Peterson will be Here from Austin this week to visit with friends. J. C. Joslin of Mankato one of estate Dairy inspectors was in the City wednesday. C. H. Griebel jr., manager of Tho Mankato opera House was an arrival in the City wednesday morning. Miss Fannie Thompson bookkeeper at the milk station has been confined to her Home with a severe attack of Quincy. In every clime its colors Are unfurled its Fame has spread from sea to sea be not surprised in in the other world you hear of Rocky Mountain Tea. L. A. Hanes druggist. A a y a a a h t a a a ? y x y y y y a a a y y a a y y y y y All accounts due the firm must be paid to fore March to after i Hilt Date they will lie turned Over to the Hank for collection. Tit new store get your sum Mer Supply of Wash goods Dur ing this sate. Thursday morning March i St we will a open our Mammoth departure Sale this Sale will be for to Days Only when the new store will close its doors to the Public of Freeborn co. X a y y y y y y y i a y y we beg to sincerely thank the people of Albert Lea and Freeborn county for their Liberal patronage Given us and assure you that this departure Sale will be a treat for you in the Way of bargains which no store Ever attempted to equal. The store will be closed All Day wednesday february 28. See notice at the head of this and regarding accounts due the firm. Mollier by Beck. Albert Lea. Minnesota. Y y v a y y y y a it a a x v a y y y y y y x x y y y v a y a t x a y y y y y v x a y a y y

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