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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - January 3, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota Next saturday we inaugurate a grand sweep stakes a a Sale a every article every Yard of goods in our big Stock during the entire run of this Sale will be sold at a discount which frequently Means twice As much for your Money to finish preparations for this big Sale our store will be closed Friday so we can be ready for you saturday morning. Special clerks will be provided so no matter How big the crowds you can get waited on without waiting Long. Albert Lea mercantile co. Nelson amp Chrisler phone 80 phone. Sweet mixed pickles in bulk per quart 15c two quarts.25c Sweet Cucumber pickles Small size per quart 20c sour Cucumber pickles per quart10c fancy Dill pickles per dozen10c fancy bulk olives per quart40c fancy Dairy butter in jars per pound.23c Nelson amp Chrisler citizens National Bank of Albert Lea mini. Business established 1893, organized As a National Bank 1902. Capital surplus $50,000 7.000 Edward Olson pres. B. H. Knatvold vice pres. C. Ii. Swenson cashier. A. C. Erickson asst cashier a i rectors e. W k Nat told la. C. Jargon j p ton Burg la a is finn Chan Jorge non w la. Wood j. J. Johnson it. C. Lilac Kmer in o. Jensen Ole i. Old amp he Edward Olson la h. Knatvold Clint l a c. Thompson 0. I. Swenson m. F. Rush eld a. C. Erickson we do a general Hanking bushmen and extend As literal terms As is cons Sleat with Safe end conservative Hanking allow interest on time Dej Sislyn Liny and sell drafts on the old country a As age tickets sold on All the principal steamship la nos prompt and careful attention to collection. All on in when Vou have any banking bust Doss to transact. Fight in san Domingo fugitive president s troops attacked puerto Plata but were repulsed after a fight that lasted nearly All Day. H. J. Aurlie architect and superintendent of construction. Having opened an office Here i will be pleased to have those intending to build Call on me. Preliminary sketches prepared free of charge office second floor next to citizens National Bank. R Sorensen the Coal Man handles the Best Scranton hard Coal he also Sells the Best stove Wood on the Market. His prices Are the i invest and he gives prompt delivery. No a p. Sorensen 408 s. South Broadway. Phone 38 104 put it on your Telephone Book. Call me up of you want anything in the line of Good insurance we Are Good losers and pay like gentlemen. Fire life Accident Tornado Lea l t a employ a liability physician s liability h. N. Brown office Over first Nat Louay Hank. J special to the evening Tribune. Cape Hytien Jan. 3 a advices from puerto the Northern coast of Santo Domingo say the troops of i Morales the fugitive president at i j Tacket that place at to of clock tuesday i morning. The fighting which was severe lasted until 5 in the evening when to lie ringing Force retreated both sides lost a number of killed and wounded. The besiegers Are preparing for another attack on the town. First Baptist Biu Howing annual meeting held and new officers ports for year showed Large ship now age rates 201.- Iain of 39 past year. Furs cleaning and repairing for ladies and gentlemen furs stored during the summer p. S. Caspary. No East Clark Street. In in in in in in in in of of of in in of of of of of of in of amp during our january clearance Sale prices Are reduced on following lines of merchandise from 15 to 40 per cent All that Are left in menus and boys Winter overcoats menus and boys suits fur lined Caps Wool hosiery flannel shirts heavy weight underwear sheep lined Coats fur collars gloves and mittens. The first Baptist Church society has held its annual meeting and begins the new year in a very prosperous c edition. Below Are some of the figures from the annual reports general fund receipts #1.291 29 total general expenses i is 81 balance general fund #118 98 some other receipts for the year were As follows Benevolence #230 69 special meetings 281 96 Deacon s fund 4 65 sunday school 171 92 music fund 34 05 ladies Aid society 455 86 y. P. S. C. E. 53 65 total #1,232 78 add general fund 1,291 29 total collected #2,524 07 v a i $ local news. A ii . Let. Is. Dentist., successor to . Merrill no. Oner Rouse in. To will pay goof Price for clean rags. Bring them to Tribune office. Of. Silver splint Coal pleases particular people. For Sale Only by gripman Moore amp co. Phone 220. 3 of. John Bessesen who sprained h b ankle Christmas morning is slowly improving but is still confined to House. Mrs. C. K. Peterson. 550 Bridge Street entertained her sunday Echo la lass of Young ladies at her Home Las evening. All had a very enjoyable time. A Story Lias been Iii circulation for a Day or two that Frank Beach the i Well known Manchester Farmer was kicked by a horse and almost instantly killed saturday night last hut no particulars have been secured. A Telegram from Neche n. D., wednesday afternoon stated that Ben Fryslie was very sick and in a critical condition. His sister mss Sophie Fryslie left for there on the next train Aud All Hope she will find the sufferer improved. In the second race at the roller skat ing rink last evening Ben Knudson carried off the honors making the mile Iii five minutes and fifty seconds while this race was not quite As even As the one monday evening it was a very Good race As the time shows mrs j. N. Boilers desire to sincerely thank All who rendered distance to their son Joseph when he broke his leg a Day or two since and especially or. Gordon for his prompt and efficient service the child is now progressing finely toward re cover y. A Telegram from Carter ark., wednesday afternoon to j. Q. Annie stated Bis daughter mrs. Edith Annis Tremaine was much worse and could live but a few Days. He left for Carter the same night to hurry to her bedside and All join in extending condolences. S. W. Douglas former y. M. C. A. Secretary of Dodge and Fillmore counties now Enro Ute to los Angeles a1., with his companions messes. Gould of St. Louis and Allen of Spring Alley stopped Here wednesday to Isit at the Home of we. Peterson 55 Bridge Street. Orders in probate court have Bee entered As follows admitting to pro ate will of Alva Bradley deceased allowing b. N. Andersons account As guardian of Mary Peterson infirm a1 lowing account of b. N. Anderson guardian of Thomas Olson spendthrift rowing final account Iii the estate of f. W. Lei./. Deceased. Or. And mrs. E. T. Pettit entertained the w. It. C. At supper last night. A sumptuous supper was served and after a very enjoyable social evening the Host took his guests for a Leigh ride and later left the members of the party at their Homes. Those present Are enthusiastic in their Praise of the hospitality of the Host and hostess. W. A. Irwin has transferred his newspaper and Magazine business to d. A. Giles amp sons and will hereafter Deal exclusively in cigars tobaccos and smokers supplies. Part of his present store will be pardoned off and Jake Peterson will move Bis Barber chairs and outfit into it. Walter Gillrup is the new proprietor of the Peterson Billard and Pool Hall. Hurd Hoffmann some january bargains month finds sol me great values in our dry j his the bargain better than Ever and make some Low Price goods department. We want to Reg Quot. Up our Quot inter goods in consequence. 69c 98c dressing Jacques. Our Wool eiderdown Jacques Grey and red colors. $1.25 dressing Jacques Only. The $1.50 dressing Jacques in Pink Light Blue Grey and red Choice styles and j in very neat garments. I it gowns. Misses 50c Outing gowns Well made a a run in Large sizes. Shirt shirt vvc.ji�?TSt$1.75 front. $1.98 ladies $2 75, newest styled Choice Nobby Novelty material Only. Ladies $3.00 shirt Wais Nobby style colors Champaign cavy and Black neatly trimmed. Gloves and mittens. Infants 15c Wool mittens in Pink Light Blue red and White. Ladies 50c and 60c Outing gowns a Affili Cit pc. I in 98c full sizes ladies $1.25, extra Quality Outing gowns very Choice styles. Childrens 25c and 35c Golf go is. Big variety. 9c 19c ladies Fine $1.00 and $1.25 kid and yep mocha mittens. Big discount on cloaks and furs. Personal mention. Til til til in tii Iii til tit til tit til til 1 tit \ tii til til ii Iii Muti til til til til til til Viz ii til tit ti1 $ obituary. There Are now 201 members in the Church an increase of 89 luring the year just closed. There Are 19 scholars enrolled in the sunday school and the average attendance was la the attendance could have been Laige by increased hid there been room the Church for the scholars but this will lie obviated when the new Church is occupied. The receipts of the Sun Day school were $171.92 and the expenses were f 112.24, leaving a balance of #59 68, besides a special birthday fund of 36.15, or #95.nj in All a very rare condition for a sunday school Treasury to be in. The reports showed that a total of #1,200 had been paid on the new Church fund and that was 411 that had been required. The y. P. S. U. E i and sunday school will each furnish a window for the new he Arch and this leaves but one of the big windows to be provided for. The officers chosen were As follows trustees Fritz Carlson and j. Vav. Veneta. Deacon a w. Lensen. Clerk h. W. Veness. Treasurer Walter Carlson. Four new Mem Liers were accepted at the annual meeting and More Are to be received As soon us arrangements can be completed. The Church is certainly in Good hands and pastor Drewett and his official family Are to be congratulated up in the excellent work of the past year. Miss Nellie o Connor died at Tracy tuesday nit Ming january 2, 1906, of peritonitis after an illness of Only a week. Deceased was a daughter of the late m. Vav. O Connor and her Home was in Wisconsin but she went to Tracy to Vir it and was there taken ill. Her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Chaa. Hangen of min be Polis were with her and arrived Here tuesday night with the remains. Deceased was born in this City and was 24 years Anil six months of age she was a Bright Young woman and Many acquaintances mourn her death. Arthur Hill visited friends in Owatonna recently. Miss Emma Eiden is visiting friends in Rochester. Miss Dorris Olson is in Austin visiting with friends. A. P. Spencer of Oskaloosa was Here wednesday on business. Miss Grace Dang of Glenville is a guest at the s. Clement Home. Miss Cobb came up from Lyle tuesday afternoon to visit miss Blackmer. A. W. Hoffmann went to a la Boma City yesterday for a few weeks stay. Prof. Ener Wilkins returned to his school duties near Pine City yester Day. Miss Lottie Hallam of Emmons i visiting at the m. C. Ruden Home for a few Days. Martin Sprenger the Conger Post master was in town for a Short business stay today. Miss Emma Hanson returned from Clarks Grove today after a Brief stay with relatives. Justice Hammond returned this morning from a Short business stay at Mapleton. E. Colquhovn of Owatonna who had been Here on a visit returned Home tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jud Flanagan returned today from spending the holidays with tier parents in Owatonna. Miss Mabel Ruden entertains a few of her Young lady friends at her Home on Ermina Street this evening. A. J. Berglund. H. M. Yates Earl Henry and veterinary surgeon Porter and son went to Austin today to attend the poultry show. B. F. Snook for some years with Ransom Bros and the Western grocer co., has taken a position with Franklin Mcveagh amp co. Of Chicago. A w. Donovan the furniture Man of Hartland was in this City yesterday trying to make arrangements for one of j. A. Oust Aveson a hearses. Mrs. A Job a Jensen is confined to her Home by illness. She is suffering with ail abscess formation on the Bead an operation May be necessary. Emil Mortenson and Geo. Rods ter of Manchester Olaf Nygaard a. Mellang and f. Stensrud of Hartland Olaf Smeby and Nels Ylvisaker of this City left today to take up their studies at Luther College Decorah Iowa. The annual meeting Empire grocery co. Phone 88. County commissioners take up work of session. Soth Krueger taxes recommended for reduction. Other business. The funeral of the late miss Christine Christenson will be held at the Dano norwegian Baptist Church thursday afternoon at i 30 of clock. The ladies Aid society of the norwegian lutheran Church will meet with mrs. C v. Johnson next thursday afternoon at 414 West College Street. All cordially invited. I amusements. Xtttttttttttttttttttt4 one of the most interesting effects a the Tjonn Shiner a daughter a a Complete illicit still in full opera tion showing How the Moonshiner make unit by from the Corn they grow this still was captured in the noun gains of Tennessee after a terrible tight in which Many government officers were wounded amt several Moonshiner were captured for which crime they Are now serving sentences in the Tennesse Penitentiary. The Moonshiner cannot understand Why after they have grown their Corn that it is not their to do with they like. Nothing seems to change their ideas no matter How Many times captured or How heavy the punish intent for immediately upon their lease they begin again. A Beautiful love Story is Woven around these rugged mountaineers full of heart interest and wonderful experiences a the Moonshiner a daughter is to be seen at the Broadway theatre thursday january 4. The annual meeting of the commissioners of Freeborn county was convened tuesday afternoon and All the members were present except or. Seedorf. E. Vav. Gleason was re elected chairman and a. G. Brundin vice chairman. Auctioneers licenses were granted to of e. Dunn and a. O. Hegney. The applications for abatement of tax of mrs. Christine Mickkelson and p. A. Peterson were recon mended favourably to the state auditor Hie report of the committee on poor House was read accepted and placed on file. The application for reduction of valuation and reduction of taxes personal property in the Krueger estate made by Chaa. Both agent was recommended to the state auditor Fotr approval. The reduction of value tion asked was from too too to #65, too. The report of toe poor farm com Mittee showed #931.61 As paid out for Hoard for inmates of poor House Aud there Are at present ten persons in the House. During the year #69.35 was paid out for clothing. The commissioners then adjourned until this morning. Wednesday morning the Board met at 9 o clock All the members being present. Salaries were fixed As follows county attorney #1.200 superintendent schools 1,600 clerk probate court 500 clerk county treasurer 300 by Resolution #150 was appropriated to the incidental fund and #200 to the county attorneys contingent fund. E. W. Knatvold addressed the Board regarding the Quot City and county Hospital Bat no action was taken. Tho petition of the Northwestern Telephone Exchange co. For exemption of land in Glenville was granted the Board then took a recess until wednesday after noon. Start the new year right by purchasing your groceries at a store where you will get the lowest prices Best Quality of goods and prompt service. Our desire is to please our customers. Egg of see per package 10c Sheepshead malt flakes per package 10c Malta Vita per pkg. 10c Farina per package 10c grape nuts per pkg -12 c Quaker Oats per pkg 12. C shredded wheat biscuit per pkg 12 be triscuit per pkg 12 la Force per pkg. 15c California wheating per pkg15c Cream of wheat per package. 15c Vitos per package 15c Library in december. Rei it Ort shows Largo number of books loaned and Good p or cent non fiction. The ladies Aid society of the first presbyterian Church Are being enter tried this afternoon by mrs. Tohn g Godley. The report of the work at the Library for december is interesting and there was not such a falling off of books loaned As was expected at Tho Holiday season when so Many books Are Given As gifts. Tho report of the librarian is As follows no. Of Days open no. Of now patrons total number of books loaned fiction loaned juvenile books loaned per cent juvenile books non fiction loaned per cent non fiction taken in for fines Etc no Miler f references found number of visitors number of books repaired Anna Payson Callas Book Shad the Lead in non fiction and Mccu theous novels were in greatest demand of any fiction during the month. The work during the month was pleasant and profitable in Manv was. Mrs. Elizabeth Brainerd librarian. 18 2,498 1,305 702 28. It 591 23.65 #6.23 86 64 18 the Snow of tuesday afternoon and night and wednesday made excellent Sleigh ing and it is being utilized by All who have skiis or runners. The Snow is Damp and if it gets packed before it blows will make excellent roads. Empire grocery co. The White front Market h. M. Stum or prop. I people a in wanted. Good office boy at Thompson steam laundry. 28 of. For Good Cary Safe inquire or. H. In Wilcox. 25 of wanted.�?20 sales ladies. O. Hayden co. 37 2t wanted. Good girl for House work. 702 water Street. 2 if. For Sale. Fine 6-room House on West William Street two residence Fountain Street. H. A. Paine. 229 of for in second floor Broadway theatre building City heat 288 of. Wanted clean rags. Will pay Good Price. Inquire this office of for Oak Wood #6 per Cord delivered. W. Horning 59. 25 of. Lamb skin lined Lea eat citizens 26 2. Everybody to Reed our by stun shoe j 3t t 3. Fresh and Salt meats fish poultry oysters the Best of everything at the lowest prices. 140 w. Clark Street phone 240. Water Street. ugh a Mitten. National Bank. Wanted. And and buy shoes at the store. Wanted.�?12 extra clerks to commence work Friday. Albert Lea mercantile co 28 it. Coal and Wood place your orders for a Winters Supply of Coa i Ami Wool before tile prices Advance. We Nave the Best of everything in the fuel line. Prompt delivery Aud satisfaction to our customers Call up i Albert phone 78. Lea fuel ice co. Amp a a Soi 8. Washington by. Corner Pearl

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