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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Fid a May 20, 1927the evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Page three Quot i never saw quite so Many d a n d a Lions growing in the lawns in this City As this year a said Tommy this morning. A a but Albert Lea Hasni to any More of these s Titan a Austin Owatonna a on City and other nearby in truth i believe the towns have ten blossoms i. Present time where Al Lea has one. The Man invented the dandelion. Dipping Rake ought to get. This season. A lot of Home i Are digging up the while the majority Are hearing off the blossoms buds. I think the latter is est Way for it does no to leave i holes in the Earth. A Fel told me the other Day that As not plucking the Heads 0 his dandelions this year for ome fellow would think he n ing them for dandelion i found later that he i half so afraid of having pie believe this As he was by the Way have you in d a mess of dandelion yet there a strength and vigor in every Plant. \ w Days ago i urged All those who were run Down had to i ired feeling add did no to whether school kept or not o dig and eat a few of these wonder health supplying greens. Next Day after the r was out one of our local said to me a your right Western Union clock Tom bout the dandelion greens. V contain More real tonic lines than All the Medicine u the Shelve of the drug in and think u it an have this tonic in Yourin if you will but prepare ripens and eat them. After tip six messes you will have hied your form a strength an do a mile on High with hitting your gears up Hill. Goodbye.4 the weather showers tonight and Satur warmer extreme South Poi t Ion tonight. Yesterday portion tonight. Yesterday last night 44 today noon 45. S k Hose Spe Johnson. 29c, Elliot t-319-1 r i a your goods for consignment s. I sat. May 21st. Phone to r. 116 4r i Billington portable typewriter Fin ale. Good As in a $35. Call 4 i Law. 119-lr us Salt Salt . I mid till s. 65c per rack of too ii Freeborn co. Coop. Egg a j try Assn. 116-2r-s meteor Falls a Large meteor i several Miles East of Adrian i t week. It was of a pinkish Whit. Color and it lighted the sky to hat it was As Bright As Day Aith it the time Waill o clock i Hialit. Several bomb like explosions l a Roll of Thunder were heard a it fell from a perfectly Clear it was a very wonderful sight t Quot Wing its Bright Light swiftly it it the re pub 000 hides captured a huge Ien ment of illegal Muskrat mrs a fixed on Highway no. I Sun and arrests will be made of e re Pons ble for the con spirits violate the game Laws he is of 1,0 0 hid s were seized 1 >1 Bey Are Worth about $2 each. Ome time it has been known at a systematic conspiracy has a i worked in Northern Minneola to buy up hides get them at bout half Price truck them Over n Wisconsin and sell them to ancient factories at a big Pio Carlton county Vidette. Beautiful Georgette scarfs $1.25, Elliott Johnson. 119-lr we Are offering 5w Money in farm loan Albert Lea state Bank. 119-6r Sash doors screens Cabinet work and store fixtures made to your satisfaction. Olaf Emstad water St. 119 los Salt suit Salt . I pulium f it 65c per ack of too lbs. Freeborn co. Coop. Egg amp of a Assn. 116-2r s school closed a very Success term of school was closed in list. No. 78, Freeborn county wednesday May Lith with Emma Soli As teacher. The mothers club of the District served a bounteous picnic dinner after which they treated every one to ice Cream and cake. From Myrtle or. And mrs. Earl Ellingson of Myrtle Minn made a business trip to Minneapolis last thursday while on their Way to the cities they stopped off at Northfield minn., and called on their Friend miss l. Carlson who is Secretary to the Dean at Carleton College. They also called on other friends at St. Olaf College. To Decorah Rev. A. C. Korsrud of Glenville and Rev. J. W. Ylvisaker of Northwood Iowa motored to Decorah Iowa last tuesday and witnessed the Decorah team shut out the St. Olaf team by a so ire of 2 to 0. While in Decorah Rev. Korsrud visited his parents who live there. The trip to Decorah was made in Rev. Ylvisaker s new Buick which was presented to him this Spring by Bis congregation. Unable to come a Telegram was received last night from miss Eleanor blot Cymore who was announced to speak at the first Baptist Church sunday morning and the Clarks Grove Church in the evening that she would be unable to keep the appointment. Albert Lea friends Are very sorry and Hope to have the pleasure of hearing miss Blakemore sometime in i he near future. Held meeting troop i held its weekly meeting tuesday in an unusual manner. The boys started out from Spring Lake Park at 4 30 and hiked out to Bancroft Bridge. There they made a Camp fire and cooked their supper. Some of the members went in swimming but did no to stay in Long As it was cold. Signalling practice was earred on and for the Camporee were made. This was a very unusual meeting and was much enjoyed. Some tests were passed As most of the boys want to be second class to Camp overnight at the Camporee. All the members and any other boys Over 12 who wish to join Are requested to attend Iii next meeting As it will be very important. From Myrtle Earl Ellingson of i Myrtle was in the City yesterday transacting some business matters. Visit the Oakland Pontiac motor sales show room on North Broadway and see the new models. 119-lr Salt Salt Salt i . I medium or it 65c per sack of too lbs. Freeborn co. Coop. Egg a poultry Assn. 116-2r-s to Nebraska a. A. Vanden Berg has gone to Nebraska where he will look Over interstate Power company lines. He will be gone about two weeks. Visiting Here mrs. A. J. Shook of Vancouver British Columbia is visiting de Greenwood at the Chris a. Nelson Home East Hawthorne Avenue. Mrs. Shook is a sister in Law of the late mrs. De Greenwood. She will be visiting friends and relatives Here and in other parts of the state for the month. Don t miss Elliott Johnson a coat dress Aud hat Sale. 119-lr neck Bones 5c la. 5 la. Limit. Lamberson a Market saturday. 119-lr Salt Salt Salt . I medium Salt 65c per sack of too lbs. Freeborn co. Coop. Egg amp Poul y Assn. 116 2r-s grand officer atty. B. O. Knud son has just been installed into a new office of the Minnesota grand commander of knights Templar at their 62nd annual conclave at the twin cities. Or. Knudson has been a grand officer previously but at this time has gone up a notch in the organization and is the new grand Junior Warden. The con i Clave which has been in session for the past few Days ended last eve Ning. The Honor is one which or. Knudson May Well be proud of an i one which the local chapter will rejoice in. Theatres tonight Broadway Wilham Fox presents it music ter Rivoli business locals and announcements w a . Fri. At rest rooms. 118-la i so pigs feet 5c la. Lamber pc n Market saturday. 119-la Belt Lea Lodge . No a it s Fri. Eve. May 20 at . Hall. 118 la neck Bones 5c lh., 5 la. Limit. Lam-1 m s Market saturday. 119-la min Ala campfire girls will hold a it Undy Sale at Braatenn a Tomor 119-la j y Choice a it Ork roasts at spec i prices for sat. Amberson mkt. 119-la i ase note White wet Wash 1 dry. Phone number been aged to 158 j i. 116-3a a n in need of competent Stephen and bookkeepers Call or Academy and business col i 118-3a a have added another sign i r to our Force and Are now in f m to you real service and a Gas Albert Lea sign a Cashook. A 118-la Alec b. Francis in the lovable role that made David Warfield famous. And Lovely Lois Moran in the screen version of americans Best loved play. A Story of love that triumphed Over the years and vengeance appeased by a smile. Pathos and Humora tears and laughter and the gentle eyes of the music master glowing their Benediction upon All. Comedy a whistling Lions ass the bite a desert mystery eee groceries pineapple each .25c win sap apples 3 lbs. 25c oranges Doz 30, 50c strawberries qt.30c grape fruit 2 for. 25c bananas la. A Ioc special Puritan flour 49 la. Bag $1.98 new potatoes 3 lbs. 25c new carrots Bunch. 10c asparagus Home grown Bunch. A rhubarb 3 Bunches. 10c Green onions 3 Bunches. Canned vegetables Challenge peas 2 cans 25c old Colony Sweet Corn 2 cans. A a 25c tomatoes can to 15, 20c string Beans Green can 20c string Beans Wax can 20c Bayle Peanut butter my. Jar. 25c marshmallow s bulk la. 27c Cream of Rye. Pkg. 20c Vita wheat pkg. 20c Enright a Cereal pkg a 20c Pillsbury Cereal pkg. Zug Royal Lemon washing powder pkg. 25c Jap Rose toilet shop 3 Sal of millinery $3.00 a Large group at starting saturday Kirk s Flake while laundry soap in bars. Sunshine crispy crack it is Large size Carton. Of a Clover Leaf sugar wafers j do. Bulk. 47c Heinz Sandwich relish car v4 la .30c Heinz salad Cream Jar 30c Heinz Mustard sauce Jar. Monarch Catsup 25c size. A a a 18c 19c seed Corn Murdock Bushel. $6-00 silo Corn Bushel. ?4.5u Bali Untal hats Lovely Novelty braids soft pliable Felts Fine hair hats and straws in All the new weaves Are included in this value giving event. Draped lucked creased and folded in All the latest effects. Many combined with Silks or ribbon others trimmed with feathers Flowers or fancy ornaments. Second floor menus and Young menus oxfords great values at 9 styles Black Brown blonde and Tan it is not often that shoes of this Type Are available at so Low a Price they Are Correct in style and they embody All the Fine characteristics of Good footwear. A Choice of nine styles in the four popular colors per it Vetsa. Only $5.00 Skinner Chamberlain amp co $500 May Sale of dresses special purchases regular Stock All combined into a tremendous Sale of summer dresses hundreds of new dresses that have just arrived especially for this event new summery frocks in the most charming creations of the newest Mode purchased at special discounts. Additional dresses from our own Stock reduced greatly add to the Many styles and colors. Styles for every age a Rainbow of summer shades new sizes 14 to 52 was ii Abu Silks tailored Georgetta flowered cd 11ffons printed crepes crepe Romaine knitted sport i rocks smart Chic and yet these Low prices group i sm.9s a group 2 4ft .95 to frocks for afternoon evening and sport Wear. Frocks that Are typical of the smartest Mode in exacting styles in patterns and colors almost unlimited. O n up Ieese two piece three piece styles fluttering Youthful types for the very Young miss a tailored models for the More conservative. Group 4 .50 second floor Sale starts saturday morning to iat i a a

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