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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 16, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Of 3ay, Mav i. 191 the. Evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Pace five grape juice to this no vneslt1 a lds ome of a Well known Are reminded Village the it Arrage about a Prophet i his own count i y. A a visitor recently ordered grape in a restaurant a half Block pm the main offices of the grape to be company. We done to carry said it a the Propri so demand for it Here. Rice Good size per Doz. Nice Good 3 lbs for. 0 Awn sugar 3 is. For. Cocoa Best 25c package for bulk. 19c 21c 24c 19c via deliver matches Carton per Box a a Macaroni Large 10c packages each. Iell-0, 12c pkg per pkg. Rax Lye Large cans per can. Sic 7c 10c toilet paper. 25c. 24c 29c cepe paper 4�?10c Rolls for big three 3�?12c Rolls for. A . Tissue 3�?15c oils for Salmon Sale 25c 16�c red medium red 30c rt/1 i n cans special can sic 7ic study of Friend a Frenchman completing his College course at the age of 8c,announces to Means to get married. By the time he Geta his mind made up maybe Peggy Joyce will be ready to Settle Down. Lie should wait until he Sion to wed. Then he could have his mean Little 1 joke on the ladies by declaring the first Hundred years much the easier. By the time he attains his masters degree the Farmers will be announcing that they re Well satisfied with agriculture since Congress passed the relict Bill. And by the time he a ready to retire Chauncey Depew will refuse to have his picture taken on his birthday Henry Ford will lose a libel suit a pretty girl will be found guilty of murder. The Sun is burning itself out hut will last for 15 trillion years according to a scientist. Just like a gift Cigar a North Carolina student hit a Snake into three parts. Some Day a Snake is going to bite a Man that will be news. A Chicago department store bae established a silence room for women. A Little place where the ladies can go get respite from those garrulous husbands. A Plant a tree week should find a ready response in at least one place file Mississippi Valley copyright 1927. Nea service us these have Given to the sufferers list of local contributions to red Cross fund for Mississippi River flood sufferers. $ oink Salmon 2 cans for Large 20c cans 3 cans per can Best red 40c cans Libby s per can. Corn Large 12c cans 3 cans per can Corn Nelsons fancy extra pop to. Tile Home Brand Golden Corn 20c cans per can is in Coffee Coffee Teaberry Coffee 9q \ 3 lbs., per la 2 v Borland s special Iii Santos 3 lbs. For Borland a fancy Teaberry extra special 39c 55c Monogram now per la. 49c 55c May Day 3 lbs 43c per la. Cheese cheese fancy Brick or whole Brick special Fly lip per la. Pimento fancy cheese Rqn Swiss fancy Grade per la. Bids for walk Anc curb Gutter sealed bids will be received at the office of the City clerk of the City of Albert Lea. Minnesota on or before May kist 1927 at 5 o clock p.m., for doing All work furnishing All material tools machinery for the Complete construction of sidewalks Cor bin de curb Gutter in the City of Albert Lea. The approximate amount of work to be done is As follows 18300 so. It. Sidewalk. 2300 in. It. Combined curb Gutter. And All necessary accessories thereto a ording to plans specifications furnished by the City Engineer. All bids must be made on Blank forms which May be obtained from tin Engineer each bid must be accompanied by a Bond or certified Check in the sum of to per cent of Quot the total amount of the bid conditioned on the signing of a contract filing of a Bond in the full amount of the contract Price within 12 Days after the acceptance of said bid. O11 the right to reject any Prall bids is reserved by the City Oun dated this Lith Day of May . 1097 c. J. Dudley 115 2w City clerk. Mabel Nelson l. S. Whitcomb. Irene a. Krause. Helen Christopherson. Or. And mrs. H. J. Petrau., d. A. Potter. Eleanor Mumford. N. J. Anderson. H. A. Barck. E. C. Krause. E. R. Hopperstad. Mrs. Augusta Soth. P. C. Jensen. In. Ii. Overgaard. C. O. Esse. Cash. Mayor f. S. Faville. American Gas a Chine co. La b. Hudson. Mrs. Martin Blackwin. Shu Inala Camp fire girls Louis Narv Ernde. W. J. Schmitz. The Tribune Force. St. Taul clothing House. M. S. And c. A. Skaar Hayward. 5.00 Dias. T. Nelson. Hayward in c. Nelson Hayward. J. G. Runden Hayward. J. J. Hove Hayward. 1 a Friend. I Christ Church sunday school i a Friend. Nick Ott. Carlyle Johnsrud. Minnesota lumber co. Or. And mrs. A obit a a Wight Max Gendler. A Friend. Albert Lea amusement corporation 1.00 5.00 2.00 1.00 20.00 5.00 2.50 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 500.00 1.00 3.00 5.oil 1.00 1.00 6.90 10.00 co. 8.81 Gamble clinic. 15.00 Thompson jul it Transfer amp storage co. 5.00 William n. Nelson. 5.00 Leo Carey Post no. 56, american legion. 10.00 d. A Lair. Loo c. L. Hill. 2.00 or. And mrs. Fred Hill. 2-00 John Doppel Hawner. I of Fred Behrends. 2.00 i Conger state Bank Conger 5.00 first state Bank Glenville 4.00 mrs. Carlie Hendrickson 1.00 i or. And mrs. Harvey Peterson. A Friend. Ladies of Concordia lutheran Church Pickerel Lake Rev. Pfeiffer pastor. 100.00 congregation Concordia lutheran Church. 11.00 Ray Gustaveson. 1-00 mrs. In Gustaveson. Loo Minnie Gustaveson. 1.00 mrs. Joe h. Johnson. 5.00 Blue eyed baby cries m vain for Mamma child found in abandoned car boys attracted by cries of sea scouts Are 1.00 10.00 Little one Lead to discovery late last night lying in old Market Basket thinly Clad covered by piece of old Blanket bound for Arctic 34 0 3.00 1.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 2.00 1.00 .500 5. Of 2.00 1.00 50.00 50.00 j 1.00 1.00 i Loo 2.00 i 2.00 1.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 Lottie Fellows. I of Rock Island employees. 22.25 Fred l. Johnston. 10.00 Charles in Ruble. 2.00 John e. Bergen. I 00 50.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 25.00 1.00 motor inn. Mrs. J. C. Johnson Clarks Grove. Mrs. W. H. Walker. Alfred Christopherson. F. W. Barlow. Or. And mrs. H. Blackmer. Albertus Hansen. Win. Bjornstad. 1-00 mrs. Geo. Gilbert. employees Box room am. Gas Mach. Co. 10.00 a Friend. 2.00 a Friend. 5 Charles it. Bryndin 5 "0 William Wohlhuter. 5.00 an american citizen. 5.00 39c butter land o lakes per la. 44 3 la. 2c jars meat department Broadway store Ioc fresh liver sliced special per la. Boiling beef Good Grade per la. Short ribs Best Grade per la. Round Steak Choice cuts extra special per la. Swifts Premium dried beef chunk special 36c lie 13c to 23c per la. Thorvald Sorenson mgr above prices Good for tuesday wednesday Borland a Broadway grocery Borland a North Isicc grocery citation for hearing on final account for distribution. State of Minnesota county it get free . In probate court. In the matter of the estate of c Arrie Johnson decedent tile state of Minnesota to mar Skaug Ole Iverson All persons interested in tile final account anti distribution or the estate of said decedent the representative or the above named decedent having filed in this court hts anal account of the administration of Tho estate of said decedent together with her petition praying for th\ju3unt allowance of said final account for distribution of the residue. Enid estate to the Peison tim therefore you cited 2.00 5.00 10.00 1.00 of said estate unto entitled each of you. Are hereby required to have before required of show cause if any you 1in fort this Louit at me 1097 at to o clock . Should not be Knurled the judge of 1 Ell a of said court in 1097 court this . Offt to Dud it probate. Ltd w petition witness said robbers necessity a Why Are there so Many Payro hese Days a burglar can usually a the Muu night Many a salary the by i robberies a a it a the Only Quot a the Money now is gone before burglar if the poor to get any of it he has to at its source or. Is going grab it Cincinnati enquiry moved to fifth floor Home investment building with Cline Iele Tinct our practice has grown to such an sex Ina order to give adequate service we find it Essen a enlarge our offices have done so by moving o the fifth floor of our present location w Ere w win have a Ore Conan Roditou , my rooms More dressing rooms electric equipment will give our satisfactory service. We Are Here to serve you. Drs. Armstrong amp Armstrong health service 516-522 Home inv. Bldg. Hannah Sorenson. Mrs. It. F. Payne. Naeve Hospital alumni ass. C. W. Hanson. Albert Lea insurance Agency. In p. Hanson. A Friend. W. Kuiters. D. A. Potters. Mrs. C. L. Hill. First National Bank employees. A Friend. Factory shipping room employees of enderes. A Friend. Andrew Esterby Hayward. Rev. C. A. Fritz. Hayward. Gilmore amp Purdy Freeborn Victor Anderson. West Side school Hist. No. 141, Hollandale Minn., miss r ther Johnson teacher. E. L. Tuttle. Peter o. Olson. James l. Sorenson. James c. Nelson. U w. Spicer. Freeborn county state Bank employees. In p. Hanson St. Johns St. Robson Post g Jefferson motor co. Employees. Mrs. Pola Berg. Or. And mrs. John Miller mrs. W. J. Voigt. Albert z. Bakken. Henry Heuberg. J fit a l. White twin lakes i of or. M. It Highbee family. Lilac Hojberg Clarks Grove or. Walter b. Lyon. Fred Fink Pickerel i Ake. John l. Klemme. Lisetta Moran. L. B. Thurwachter. An unknown Friend Emmons mrs. Burt May. Albert Lea Tommy. M. O. Bridle Oakland mrs. R. R a Friend. Robert Ott. A sympathetic response m. P. Howe. Gila Pettit Alden. Of a mrs. H. C. Day. Russell n. Hanson. Court House Bunch Culbertson Bros. James Kycek Hayward Ludvik Kycek Hayward p. J. Skaar a Ward e. C. Morris Alden 6, i 8 grades Grove school kit teacher. Mrs. Julius Peterson. Mrs. O. Aspenson. Anna b. Johnson. Albert Lea state Bank employees a department american Gas machine 15.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 18.00 15.00 4.00 5.00 3.60 5.00 2.00 20.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 16.00 2.00 10.00 27.00 1.00 5.00 Loo 5.00 sons of Norway. Miss Laura Hanson. Miss Clara Bjerke. Ingvald Olson. T. E. Jensen. J. J. Sime. Miss Martha Hoid a. Central electric co. Or. And mrs. T. E. Noble o. V. Karlberg. Boy scouts troop no. 4. Western grocer co. Employees. Geneva residences. Attorney j. O. Peterson a. A. T. Lakaus. Rasmus Olsen. A. Anderson 619 Aulsbury Abbott school room 6-a g. W. Weaver. J. C. Penney co., employees e. L. Hayek. Enderes incur rated co. And office employees. Or. And mrs. S. S. Tveit. A Mcmurray. Knud Christensen. Mission society of Clarks Grove. I Ura a. Jensen. American Gas office. Tool room am. Gas co Olaf Wangen. Miss june Streeter. Teachers league. Frank Kycek. Chris Skaar. P. J. Fibelstad. School District no. 69 Rev. A. J. Hoag. Peter Linberg Glenville Moscow Farmers club Oakland Minn. Business a professional women a club. Bernard Boone. Norman Page. Clifford Larson. A Friend. Albert Johnson. Mrs. Henry p. Hanson s. Madison St. Kamp Kook factory am. Gas much. Co. J. N. Saxon. Helen Saxon. School dist. No. 142, hoi Dale Central school. Alice Larson inc pal. James Rasmussen. Edward Steen Glenville. Eula Moore Glenville. Lois Nelson Glenville. Lillian Nelson Glenville Carl Haugen Glenville Vivian Nelson Glenville. Hartland Nelson Glenville Grace Hess Glenville. Harold Rabe Glenville Troy Nelson Glenville. Henry Steelie Glenville mrs. Maynard Nelson Glenville. P. W. Henry. Emmons Public school Pil Mary room. Emmons Public school intermediate room. Emil ions Public school upper Grade. Albert Lea bottling works Minnie Hanson. L0"u school bist. 136 of Manchester teachers miss Volt us Anil Jordahl school bist. 27 of Rice land teacher Rachael Christenson. Mys. H. Nelson. Catherine Briggs. Helping ii a n to club of South Broadway Joe Gendler. August Lenz. Myrtle school no. 77east Pickerel social club James Rasmussen. Ladies auxiliary free mond Madson Post. Clarks Grove Vicinity including primary bist no. 1350.00 96.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.50 2.00 11.00 6.00 100.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 10.00 5.00 132.00 4.10 5.00 2.00 25.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 30.00 2.00 1.00 10.00 10.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 23.00 2.00 1.00 63.88 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 1.00 1.96 11.40 there a a Sweet Little Blue eyed baby girl at the Naeve Hospital. She weighs a fraction Over five pounds. According to the nurses she is a healthy Little body can cry i mistely if things done to go just to suit her. As near As the physicians can ascertain the baby is about three weeks of age. She is Light complexioned Light hair is Well developed. This Little lady was found late last night by some boys who were attracted to an abandoned automobile in the rear of the Jefferson motor co. Lot on North Newton Street by her cries. They discovered her lying in an old Market Backet. She was very thinly Clad in old clothes was covered Over with a piece of an old Blanket. A gosh Shes a pretty Little exclaimed chief Edward Jensen to a Tribune representative this morning. A a can to see How any Mother could abandon the police Are making an investigation today. The Only clues they have thus far to work on is a copy of the Herald examiner an old flour sack with the printing a a Pillsbury a both these articles were found in the Basket. No message was left in the Basket by the Mother or any one else interested in the Case. Surely a Mother who would abandon her child must be in a desperate position. The father evidently is not worrying. Here a a Little lesson for any girl to study of she does this reflects seriously enough Well. A be Wil save her8elf a Tot of trouble unhappiness later on. Fathers go free you know. Pleasing the Public not Knack he says who says this a Stanley Deacon who will be presented next thursday evening by the Beethoven club. Your eyes Are your bread winners they should have Comfort. Let us make the examination that tells your need. Albert myer co. Roy a. Prudden optometrist 2nd floor Home investment bldg., Albert Lea Oakland cal., May 16 apr eight in number a virile vigorous full of vim As a Cook county election were the Chicago sea scouts who sailed through the Gulden Gate on the a Northern Light Quot headed for Arctic re gloss. The sea scouts maritime coils ins of the boy scouts Range in age from 15 to 20 years. They Are the guests of John Borden wealthy chicagoan member of the National sea scout Council who has math several trips into the far North exploring Hunting big game whaling. The Quot Northern Light was built by Borden expressly for the Borden Field museum Alaska Arctic expedition. It is a yacht of the auxiliary Power Schooner Type Dis j playing 500 tons. A Polar Bear Hunt in the Frozen 1 wastes has been promised juvenile adventurers. I the six or seven months in the i Frozen North will not be a Quot dogs life Quot for the husky Young sailors their mascots a St. Charles Spaniel. It in t that kind of a i ship. Approximately $1,000 went into the Gold plating Marble top of one Wash bowl. Faucets pipes that show Are of heavy plated Gold. It is not Only the first time the cold Waters at the top of the world have been invaded by sea scouts Falls dead on daughters grave but also it probably will be the Galesburg 111. May of. Apr most luxuriously equipped expedit while working on his daughters Hon to break Polar ice. The 140 grave in the Galesburg Caie tory. Foot yacht was constructed at a f. Gummer 5� year old Comite or Cost of $250,000. A a the Burlington Railroad dropped with two radio receiving sets Lead. Explorers will aboard the Young not know the lonesome Ness of the old Days of Peary Cook the1 Cutter a Bear Quot the a Boxer. A what do we Call the Pooch he a no Pooch a said the spokesman. A a he a a $10,000 dog his names a sky the a Northern Light Quot will proceed through the Inland passage through the aleutians Ami then in the direction of Point Barrow into the realm of the Polar Bear a Start advertising in the Tribune. Gopher fiddlers to compete Spring Valley min May 16a fiddlers of Fillmore county will compete for the county championship Here tuesday evening playing of old tunes before an audience four judges. Too late to classify want it Oung Salesman with car Small salary commission. Room 314 Albert. Lu-2 cheap insurance does not always insure insurance is sold on the basis of Quality service rendered. That show our contracts Are sold Albert Lea insurance Agency incorporated 212 Broadway phone 16 Worth looking into treasure Chest of 300 2.00 2.00 3 00 1.00 1.00 30.00 7.50 1.00 Loo 5.00 2.00 Loo 33 00 5.00 i of 25.00 146.80 proper Ming f a knee with audiences work clothes 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 moult in. 100 .50 5.00 00 200 2.00 5.00 5.00 31.00 25.00 5.00 3.00 total. La. S. Infantrymen mounted for China Clarks Thena Sorem 1.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 20.00 Washington May 16 a lacking a cavalry troop feeling that que might be useful officers of the fifteenth u. S infantry guarding part of the Hents in peking railway in China have improvised a mounted outfit with their foot Soldier-1. One officer thirty four men of the Headquarters company were told off for this duty. Their mounts Are mongolian ponies which Range from 13 to 14 hands in height average about 700 pounds in a pleasing the Public is not a Knack a Dei Lares Stanley Deacon the nationally known baritone whose recital is to be May 19 in the High school auditorium. It is an acquirement. A that is people Are Noi Horn with the ability to sing a song so that it will carry Over the footlight As something Mort important than a Mere succession of Beautiful tones. A one May be born with an engaging personality. That is an advantage. But an engaging la a tonality is not Heegt a Sailly. The medium for projecting a must have much expel i Many different types of to do that projecting then on must sift the information thus gained relate it to ones try use it constant. A i done to have much patience with those singers who speak often of be a concessions an artist must make to Bavo a popular a Cress. It is a singers duty to choose songs in accordance with his Dien cps a likes to sing them in such a Way As will please the listeners to in a a Nae forget All about himself in the process. Quot the very Best music if it is Sung really Well will please the least musical audience. I her something about doing a thing really Well that a get a an audience especially an american audience no matter what the something is. The h ast informed person in the country on sport matters cannot have failed to find a a kick in the Tunney Dempsey Battle did i particular work better than anybody else in the country could have done it. And that Sall there is in any this concert is the last of the series sponsored by the Beethoven i flub. At 1.15 1.50 2.95 his an menus work shoes Outing Bals $1.95 menus heavy overalls 220 one lot work hats. Stripe uni Nalls heavy menus work shoes Good ones 3.50 one lot work gloves at boys overalls. Work shirts at. 89c 50c, 75c, 75c 98c 95c recent Tunney we weight. Neighbors friends the fifteenth infantry head Quad tera company platoon has been trained by Captain h m. Heeder. Son in horsemanship cavalry Drill Parolino Street fighting with frequent practice marches of Elgh a teen to forty Miles. Card of thanks wish to thank the Many for their sympathy kindness during the illness death of our husband father. Especially f it a the Beau Fiul Floral offerings. Mrs Peter Nelson family. Chet to know Gildner Lageson

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