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Albert Lea Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 20, 1891, Albert Lea, Minnesota The old reliable Hoe store of w. Thompson 5 13�btal3llslioci in 1877. the most Complete line of foot Wear in the o to in All grades styles and prices. These facts Are Worth your attention 1st. I sell no shoddy goods. 2nd. I repair All rips free and no 3rd. I sell As cheap to a child As to his father. 4th. My prices Are As Low As the lowest. 5th. Thirty years experience enables me to select the Best goods. The old reliable shoe store. Knatvold hardware co. Headquarters for binding twine binders mowers buggies pianos organs sewing machines wind Mills stoves fire places and general hardware. Call and see us. B. H. Skaugh a Sale of clothing our 22nd Semi annual Sale now in Progress Means that we Are having a great reduction or Clearing out Sale of All our seasonable goods in order to make room for our fall goods. Our Fine tailor made suits have been marked Down to Cost in order to rapidly Clear it out. Boys Chi Dreim a clothing marked Way Down in some cases to less than Cost. Ii. Ii. Skaug leading Clothier no. 317 East Side of Broadway Albert Lea. The Home furniture House South Broadway Albert Lea Minn. A Char. A a cd souk goods Auk no a tvs Al a new and first class a 1 the Home i we c very a full of furniture from the costliest to the cheaper grades. Our prices ire Lowes i mail orders promptly attended to a. Americas sewing machines coffins and caskets. Calls for undertaking promptly attended to Day and n1cht. A we Kiel props. Subscribe to our piano Pune soda water made from pure soda bicarb., not cheap Marble dust the Best syrup and fruit juices we can buy with Aqua Fontana we got from the Rock hundreds of feet below the surface ought to make a Nice beverage for the dog Days. If you Are dry Why not try. Wedge amp Barlow. Subscribe now from now until january 1st, 1892, we will Send the Enterprise to new subscribers for 50 cents. This offer is made for the purpose of introducing the paper into new Homes. We give All the news and furnish More Reading matter than any local paper published in the state. Try the paper until january 1, 1892, at 50 cents. Corned beef from 4 to 7 cents at Pioneer meat Market. A Complete line of school books and supplies at 1\c. Jensen a drug store. Shoulders 7 cents per Pound at the Pioneer meat Market. Remember that Crown amp Parker Are now located Over Nelson Eros. Store. W. S. Krebs has horses for Sale at Low note interest to Good parties. 33-4 Money to loan at Jow interest. Farms for Sale houses for Sale. D. E. Dwyer Albert Lea. Found a Silver watch. Owner will please Call at this office prove property and pay for this notice. The Home furniture House now Sells the new american sewing rna a Hine and it is acknowledged to be one of the Best in the Market. On wednesday of last week Chas. Leavens was granted a pension by the department and none will say he does not deserve it while he lives. As a general liniment for sprains an 1 bruises or for rheumatism lame Back deep seated or muscular pains chamberlains pain Halm is unrivalled for Sale by Briggs a Towne. Farm for Sale one mile South of Ilar land Fine House Good stables tubular Well and wind Mill Good Orchard All land fenced. Enquire of Geo. Mccolrey Ilar land. 34w4 lion. J. J. And mrs. Mccray and their daughter miss Daisy of Titusville penn., were in the City last week the guests of the John Skinner family and go from Here to Minneapolis to remain a few Days. Geo. Mccolrey a resident of Ilar land this county since 1857, and a Veteran of the late War was Down last week and has resolved to sell his Fine farm having poor health now and is unable to operate the same. See and. Elsewhere. The steamers Cross Lake Michigan All the year and Are without Superior for Comfort and safety. Lower rates of fare than All rail lines Are always made and berths Are free to first Clas passengers. For full information address ii. Sheridan. Come a agent St. Paul Minn. 32 4 Charley Palmer who used to Brake on trains 5 and 5, on the by. R. A n. Road and who was Well known Here got one foot badly crushed at Rockford Iowa last week and amputation May be necessary. 11 is Many friends Here will deeply sympathize with him in his misfortune. Nels Hill was arrested under the Sheffer Law thursday evening and on being arraigned Friday he was Given 10 Days in the county jail. At the expiration of that time another warrant awaits him and should he be convicted he w ill get 60 Days More. Let us have More cases of the Sheffer Law Justice and perchance there will be less drunkenness. Anton Kittelson of Nunda was attacked by an enraged cow he was going to deliver to a Butcher of t his City and received a severe but not dangerous wound under the inferior Maxillary almost in the Throat. The flesh was Cut and the Haemorrhage was profuse but or. Wilcox sewed it up neatly and a Fine growth of whiskers will hide from View any vestige of a scar. Oleo. Hove who is known by almost everybody in the Vicinity of Albert Lea and favourably known at that who had been with the j. W. Smith co. For some time has gone Back to the Hovland mercantile co. And will have charge of the warehouse in about a month or As soon As business in Grain seed Etc., gets Lively. Or. Hove is an excellent Man and no one makes a mistake w to employs him. We see no reason Why the drunks and thugs arrested Here who cannot pay fines should not be put to work. They might repair sidewalks and save the tax payers a few thousand dollars in damage suits. Or there might be a Rock pile provided if All the Money is not appropriated out of the general fund into the water works fund. It is expensive feeding them if they do nothing. They could at least pay their Board. One of the interesting exhibits at the Minneapolis exposition will be that of the Harney Peak tin mining company of Hill City South Dakota one of the richest spots in Mineral resources is the Black Hills country and the Harney Peak company which is now developing tin mining properties there will show up its resource in a magnificent Narm a. They will have Tolje greatest collection of ores Ever brought together and As they will be very artistically displayed they will prove a Strong attraction especially to those who Are interested in the wealth producing sections of country. During the epidemic of flux in this county last summer 1 had hard work to keep a Supply of chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy on hand. People often came ten or twelve Miles in the night to get a bottle of the have been Selling Patent medicines for the last ten years and find that it has Given better satisfaction in cases of diary Ham and fix than any other Medicine i have Ever handled a a. H. Henhard druggist Glennda Pope co., 111. Over live Hundred bottles of this remedy were Sod in this county during the epidemic referred to. It was a perfect Success and was the Only remedy that did cure the worst eases. Doyens of persons there will certify that it saved their lives. In four other epidemics of Bowel complaint this remedy has been equally successful. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by Briggs amp Toque. Brown amp Parker dentists Over Nelson store. Lard 8 cents per Pound at Pioneer meat Market. 14 pounds Salt pork Lor 81.00, at the Pioneer meat Market. W. S. Krebs has horses for Sale at lows note interest to Good parties. 33-4 Nice Bacon and Hants for Sale at the Tunell Star meat Market Clark Street girl to do general House w Ork wanted. Enquire at Brown amp Parker a office. Mrs. Ii. M. Skarie of this City was in Lanesboro several Days last week the guest of old friends. Or. C. M. Cannon was Down from Aiden for a Short stay w Ith medical and other friends on saturday. John j. Stoa one of the Lively Young men of Albert Lea township was in Austin for a Brief stay last week. For Sale my House and lot near third Ward school House will he sold cheap. Enquire of t. F. Thurston with Ransom Bros. 33tf the Home furniture House has just received a car Load of bed Springs and mattresses and they Are being sold at very Low prices. Patrick Fitzgerald town of Baths i have the Best crop of wheat that i Ever raised on my place and i have had Good weather to Harvest it. The portraits of messes. Durdall and Gullikson that Shine Forth from the columns of the Blue Earth City Post Are things of Beauty and May they be Joys forever. The Michael Strogoff comedy company will be Here at an Early Date and present that great play of russian intrigue and cruelty and a rare treat May be expected. S. G. Waters one of the old settlers of Hayward but now living in Glen Ville has just returned from a visiting tour in Wisconsin and reports having had an excellent time. For the Independence Iowa races the a c. It. Amp n. Ray will sell round trip tickets August 24th to 29th, Good to return on or before August 3lst, at rate of one fare for the round trip. For the annual Encampment. Sons of veterans the m. Amp St. L. Ray will sell round trip tickets to Minneapolis August 23 and 24, Good to return August 29th an d 30th, at rate of 83.24. G. Q Slocum reports having a shake of real fever and ague last week and he save it is just As disagreeable a disease As Ever and that Quin sulph. Was necessary to drive it away. For the National Bohemian turn fest held in Milwaukee August 20 to 25, the m. Amp St. L Ray will sell tickets to Milwaukee at rate of 89.70 via St. Paul. One third granted on return. Improvements of an extensive character Are going on in the grocery department of the Hovland Mer. Cons store. Everything will be re arranged and All put in better shape to facilitate work. For the Southern Minnesota fair held at Rochester August 3lst to september 5, the m. Amp St. L. Lily will sell round trip tickets to Waseca at one fare Good to return on or before september 7th. About sept. 1st we shall receive a Nice line of Tancy patterns for rugs and tidies and the yarn and machines to make them with also quilting Frame clamps and yarn reels Etc. Come and see them. A. Ii. Sri Kun. I. N. Tompkins who is one of the editors of the Alden Advance was Dow n on Friday and favored us with a Breezy Call. He informed us he was kept very Busy with journalism and Creamery work. Ginger ale Lemon sour Orange cider Pear cider Champagne cider and other carbonized summer drinks made from the celebrated Colfax Mineral water for Sale by t. J. Waunek. Leave orders at the store. 27t8 work on the new part to the school building is progressing rapidly Alex Mcneill overseeing the work on the part of the Tjaard of education. It is already enclosed and the work of finishing will soon be begun. La Rof. Henry Johnson arrived Here last thursday and received a warm Welcome from his hosts of friends. He was Enro Ute to Rushford to prepare for his school duties but not feeling Well remained a few Days to recuperate. Pete Jensen who is Alderman Wilkinson a right hand Man Here is As Happy As a Lark Over the arrival last w Eek of a bouncing and Ieather lunged , and his first cry was against the manner in which the water works system is being put in. D. J. Of Leary manager of the Alliance store at Blooming Prairie was Here last thursday and left the next Day with Frank Gage for Chicago and other Eastern Points to Purchase goods. Or. Gage will buy an immense Stock Lor the treble store of his company Here. Joseph ii. Sanburg has changed his mind and instead of going to Texas will return to Menominee Mich., and assume charge of a lumber company at Marinette wis., across the River from the former place. In this new position w e Trust he will meet with the Success he so much deserves the Austin transcript last week published a portrait and column write up of Rev. Rev. Alfred Cressey pastor or the m. E. Church Here from which we learn that he w As born in Blanford Brigg Lincolnshire England. April 29, 1838, and Speaks very highly of him. He was a resident of Mower county Many years and is greatly beloved there new goods received every week Dur Irig the Busy season so that our Stock is always fresh. We buy and sell More millinery goods than an other House in the City hence we get them cheaper and our customers get the Benefit it w ill pay you to examine our Stock before purchasing. Work done in an artistic and satisfactory manner. We also carry a Fine line of ladies Muslin underwear. c. Nary san. Ii. M. Pettitt of Mansfield thought he would celebrate his 42nd wedding a University last wednesday August 12, and so be fell from a stack of Grain breaking one Arm Aud two ribs. Or. Cannon the Alden Pill injector and knife manipulator was called and did the sufferer up in elegant shape. Or. Pettitt has our sincere sympathies for the w funds but As fur the 43nd wedding anniversary of course the writer is a not in the running of threshing machine engines Over Bridges and culverts on the Public roads should be attended with great Oare lest much damage be done. L Botsford informs us that w Hile himself wife and a Huyck and Wile were going West one Day last week they passed Over a Bridge that had been wrecked by one of these in Ginus and were precipitated into a ditch narrowly escaping without broken Bones but the buggy being somewhat demoralised and the horses greatly frightened. There would easily be ground for a damage suit. Keal estate transfers. Charles Seoville to Lettie e Scollie lots 1 and 12, Block 41, and lots 1, 2, 3, 10,11 and 12, Block 42,Village of Freeborn. Con. We Pilling to Judson j Smith lots 13 and 14, Block 2, Village of Oakland. Con. Marcus c Hartou to Ldla p Dickinson 10 acres in be Cor so so �?~4, Sec 27, Alden. Con. L t Scott to George w Wells gov lot 3, Sec 3, Carlson. Con. John Miller to Elizabeth a Wells Sov sex and gov lot 4. Sec 3, Carlston less 20 acres on South Side of said lot. Con. Russell Sage to j f Jones unix Nix sex and so sex Sec 1 and Umla ulv a sex and so own. Sec 1, and mud a Nesi Sec. 11, Geneva. Con. Russell Sage to Hans p Nelson nov new Sec 13, Shell Rock. Con. Russell Sage to l o Greene sex new Sec 15, London. Con. A Tussell Sage to Ezra l Ingalls so. Besec 3, Shell Rock. Con. Alvau c Smith to Cornelius von Schawk new 4, Sec 9. Alden. Con. Flora m King to Cornelius von Schawk own Sec 9, Alden. Con. Gilbert Hanson to Jacob m Loftaas div Sec 35, London. Con. Taos a Herron to William Herron we Nix Sec 5, Newry. Con. Aagot Nelson to Ole o mid bum new Sec 20, Bancroft. Cou. Maggie Hall to City of Albert Lea lot for water works pump City of Albert Lea. Con. W ii Gilbert to f f Carter 12 feet of West Side of lot 8, Block 44, Village of Shell Rock City Glenville. Con. Am Freehold land co. Tot hos h Armstrong new 4 ,sec24, Freeborn. Con. Ole k Throndson to Knudt Throndson sex sex and we sex Sec 17 Freeborn. Con. Ole k tar Hudson to Toudt Thronson we sex and sex sex Sec 17, Freeman. Con. W w Johnson to Gullik g Snartum w 21-40 sex sex and s 5-9 n 8-17 e 19-40 sex sex also South 17 acres sex w in sex Aud South 4 acres no sex we sex also South 3 acres no sex w a a sex South 3 acres South 7 acres n x sex we sex also n 1-5 s 10-19 e 19-40 be x sex Sec 17, Moscow. Con. W w Johnson to Gullik g Snartum so Nix sex sex and sex sex sex Sec 17, Moscow. Con. Elethear Ruble to cite of Albert Lea lot West of pumping station lot City of Albert Lea con. Margaret Marty to John 4 Aud 5, Sec 19, Albert Lea. Con. Henry c Lacy to Joseph Latu ils lots t and 8, Block 43, Village of Shell Rock City. Glenville. Con. John s Clark to Fred f Carter e 4-5 lot a Block 4s. Village of Shell Rock City Glenville. Con. Georgia Jorgensen to Claus ,lots 3 and 4. Block 3, Morin a addition to Albert Lea. Cou. D. G. Parker to Josephine Choc Nix sex Sec. 32, Oakland. Con. Heirs of we. Morin to i it. A. And m. E. Gale North 120 feet of lot 9, Block 12, Morin a addition to City of Albert Lea. Con. Lars Austrom to Christian Frandsen nex nex Index Nix nex Sec. 27, also one acre 27. Albert Lea. Con. E. Hart to Janies h. Quinn sex Sec. 5, Freeborn. Con. Heirs of win. Morin to m. E. Gale lot 21, Block 2, Morin a addition to City of Albert Lea. Con. Chas. And Fred Leusman to w. A. Morin. 100 feet of n 250 feet lot 9, Block 12, Morin a addition to City of Albert Lea. Con. Heirs of win. Morin to Chas. And Fred Leusman s us feet of n 250 feet lot 9. Block 12, Morin a addition to City of Albert Lea. Con. L. I. Smith to Andrew s. Molstad part of lot a. Smith a Lamb s sub of lot 1. Ballard a sub of lot 1. Ballard a sub. Nix sex nex see. 17, City of ally it Lea. Con. A. J. Warner to Kate g. Carpenter w x nex and a Xuwu Sec. 32, Geneva. Con. Geo. T. Chase to Wilber Fisk Block 57, Village of Freeborn. Con. Maggie a i to Heinrich Schneider s x sex and we sex Sec. S also no a nex and we nex Sec. 17, Pickerel Lake. Con. Leda 1�?T. Dickinson to Edgar e. Johnson sex sex sex Sec. 27, Alden. Con. W. Amp St. P. L. Co. To Thomas Donovan und. X sex sex and und. X we sex. Sec. 25, Ilar land. Con. Cornelius j. Buley to Anua k. Siam Tex Sec. 27, Shell Rock. Con. Patrick Mcdouald to John Mcdonald nex Sec. 15 also so Nix Sec. 26 sex sex Sec. 27. Geneva. Con. Simeon Jones to Henry Jacobson nex Nix and so Nix Carlton. Con. Patrick Mcdonald to Mary a. Mcdonald sex Sec. 23, Geneva. Con. Downer College to Henry Kae Ramer sex sex Sec. 21 also Nix sex Sec. 22, Pickerel Lake. Con. David o. Stain to Charles Virchow we sex be. 27, Shell Rock. Con. Charles Virchow to Frederick sex Sec. 27, Shell Rock. Con. Russell Gage to David Herron sex sex Sec. 9, Newry. Con. Henry Jacobson to William f. Waguiu Man we Sel-4 Sec. 18, Manchester. Con. Laura a. Jensen to m. M. Jones mud. X und. X North 22 feet of lot 8, Block 14 City of Albert Lea. Con. M. M. Jones to Peter c. Jensen same As above described. Con. John g. Godley to Edward h. Moore lot 9, Block 3, Woods de Glenville. Con. Taos. H. Armstrong to George s. Kidgell n x Nel-4, Sec. 23 Freeborn. Con. Lars Larson to William Emerson we nwl-4, Sec. 7, Mansfield. Con. 180 150 125 s60 1 800 700 240 180 200 1 1 950 1 200 200 400 100 1 400 1 175 60 1 300 100 1 2 700 200 1 200 i 400 1 550 200 300 100 1 200 6 720 125 480 1 2 000 3 000 2 000 2 050 1 300 2 000 290 2 200 1 562 1 562 10 1 840 the Money is now needed. To the subscriber to the Albert Lea lutheran High school All those who have not paid their subscription to this school Are urgently requested to do so As soon As possible. Work on the building has been resumed with a View of completing it before the opening of the fail term. The corporation is doing All in its Power to fulfil its part of the contract with the citizens in goofy Faith and expects As a matter of Justice that those who promised to help establish the institution in our City and whose subscription is yet unpaid will come to its Aid according to their promises. To the friends of the school in the City or country who have later raised their subscription we would say please bring us your Money As soon As convenient. Money can be paid to v. Gulbrand son treasurer. Yours truly building com. . High school. Albert Lea Minn., August 14, 1891. Notice to pitchers and graders the supervisors of the towns of Riceland Aud Bancroft will let a Job of ditching Aud grading at the House of Jorgen Jorgenson Ous a Tula 31, town of Kleland of the 5tb Day of september 1891, at 10 of clock a. In. Particulars As to the work required to be Doue can be obtained by calling on Geo. Jorge Sou Rice land or h. N. Ostrander Bancroft do it by order of Board of supervisors of Rice land and Bancroft Here and there. New Richland Star a. B. Hanson of Albert Lea was visiting with friends Here Friday. Lake Mills Star mrs. B. It. Skaug from Albert Lea is visiting with mrs. N. O. Styve a few Days. Wells advocate miss Jose Billings and or. William Brown made a pleasant trip to Albert Lea tuesday. Elmore department Blue Earth City Post Robert Emerson and wife Are Over in Freeborn county visiting Klu folks. Austin Democrat miss Nelly Leary of Moscow is visiting in this City a few Days a guest of the Dorr family. Forest City Independent miss Ida Hanson started for Albert Lea on tuesday for a couple of weeks visit with friends. Lake Mills Star miss Annie Hermanson from Albert Lea went Home thursday after a few weeks visit with her aunt mrs. Styve. Forest City Independent miss Claudia Quler of Albert Lea who has been in our City visiting with f. W. Babbitt and family Aud other friends returned Home last monday. Wells advocate mrs. Nettle Brundon and daughter Clara and miss Hilda Elling son of Albert Lea have been the guests of or. Aud mrs. S. A. Anderson this week. August c. Krassin county treasurer of Waseca county died a few Days ago aged 38 years. We believe he was a Bachelor and he was very popular in his county and among others outside acquainted with him. Are you troubled with any skin disorder hot Spring Quot Kin Salve is All that the name implies. The salts from the evaporated wafers Are embodied in its composition and it should be used where Ever a Salve or ointment is necessary. Briggs amp Towne. 33-t4 Blue Earth City Post among the attorneys from abroad attending the present special term of court we Are pleased to meet w. E. Todd and Henry a. Morgan of Albert Lea c. N. Andrews of Wells and g. W. Pang Burn of Elmore. Lake Mills Star mrs. Galer starts for Glenville Minn., to Day to care for her Mother and father who Are both very sick. She expects to be gone some time possibly May remain and see them moved to Iowa Falls Iowa where they have two sous residing Ere she returns. Sheriff and mrs ii. B. Cornick of North Wood Are staunch republicans Aud a few Days ago they became the Robusto sly Happy pair ends of bouncing twin baby boys. We congratulate them and Trust All republicans in the Hawkeye state will emulate this exam aple of patriotism. Northwood Index or. And mrs. G. Ii. Sam mods have for some time been up Here away a from Aldora Iowa visiting their son sex mayor Dow and their daughter mrs. Kinsey of Albert Lea the genial old gentleman will celebrate his 78th birthday Here tomorrow. Gem City is Good and in the following the Kendt correspondent of the Northwood Index has our most distinguished felicitations mrs. Thoen went to Albert Lea last thursday. Then n. E. Thought the Gem City of South Minnesota the Only place on Earth an j the line o clock freight conveyed him to that desired have. We. M. Catherwood at one time a resident of this to duty whose wife was a daughter of Liev. S. G. Lowry Long a resident of Moscow died in aus Llu of wednesday August 12,191, of Brights disease having been Horn in Cyl Biaua Kentucky september 15,1826. He was a Gallant Soldier in the late War and hosts of friends Mouru his death. The carrying capacity of a Railroad ear is ten tons. I the various products it will accommodate the following quantities wheat. 310 bushels Corn 400 bushels potatoes 430 bushels apples 370 bushels Oats 680 Bushel lumber 6,000 feet butter 20,000 us buds flour 90 barrels whisky,60 barrels Wood 6 cords cattle 18 to 20 Bead hogs 50 to 60 head sheep 80 to 100 head. Waseca Radical state treasurer Bobleter says during the past year there has been paid out by the state �52,000 Bounty on Wolf scalps. We believe this a useless expenditure As the wolves appear to he fully As numerous As Ever. Every Wolf that is killed now would be killed if there were no Bounty paid. Farmers kill most of the wolves Aud they would kill All Bev can an it Way even if not paid for doing so. Sauk Centre Avalanche prof. Henry Johnson bid Good Bye to Bis Host of Sauk Centre friends on monday last Aud departed for his new Field of Labory Rushford. Before bringing up at his final destination be will visit in St. Paul Minneapolis and Albert Lea and also Well Henry is one of our most estimable Young Meu and the school faculty of Rushford Are to be congratulated upon securing Bis services for the coming year. Northfield news in common with most newspaper people the news begs to Vulte in the suggestion to persons sending in notices of. Meetings Etc., that their items would be much More acceptable if properly prepared for the press 1. Done to write them on scraps of paper. 2. Done to abbreviate names or words. 3 write plainly Eoj it eclat by names. 4 done to use Interlink nations they frequently confuse the coup it of Tor and Lead to errors. 5 write Only on one Side of the paper. By observing these suggestions vexatious errors Are in Many instances avoided. Mankato free press the arrange ments for the session of the grand Lodge knights of pythias to Convene in the City of Duluth september next will offer the Fol lowing prizes to Batall Lons Aud divisions for Competine Drill Viz Batall Fon �75. Class a open to All divisions $350. Class by for divisions Minnesota brigade Only first prize $300 second prize $100 third prize $50. Class c a division reporting largest number of sir. Knights in line during Parade $50. Excluding divisions of Duluth and Superior division travelling longest distance. $50. Band contest a first prize $75 second prize $50. A Beautiful Art gallery. The striking pictorial features of Frank Leslie a illustrated newspaper for the week ending August 15th Are sketches of Ocean travel making a double Page and Doue in Cine dist a Best style. There is also a very effective summer picture called a weighed in the old Mill a by miss Davis. Among other pictures Are illustrations of the Bennington Battle Monument Celebration of the great Locust plague in Northern India and a Fine representation of a Street in Chinatown san Francisco. The two striking articles of the number relate to the new private land court with portraits of the new judges and a free education in a by Edward Porritt of the Manchester examiner. W. S. Krebs has horses Lor Sale at Low note interest to Good parties. 33-4 a Quot prices ruptures cured. A representative of the Minneapolis medical and surgical lust tute or. We. Gould will be at the Hall House Albert Lea August 27th, 28th and 29th, Tor the purpose of seeing any who Are ruptured. Our Success in Healing ruptures has been such that we will give a written agreement to cure or refund Money. Hundreds have been cured by our system without operation of loss of time. If ruptured drop in get acquainted and see our list of cases. You May know some of them. Examination and trial free. The above institution has the endorsement of the most prominent City officials Bankers and merchants in Minneapolis As entirely worthy of Confidence. They have eight prominent physicians on their staff and every facility for the successful treatment of All diseases and deformities requiring medical and surgical Aid. Call and talk with our representative about the Institute whether ruptured or not. Adamant Wall plaster. Adamant is perfect is wind water and fire proof hard Tough and elastic does not Chip crack pit or pop off is shipped ready mixed hence the Sand in this locality is not used thus removing the chances for poor Walls the common complaint of All builders. Adamant is the greatest discovery of the Century and is manufactured by the Northwestern Adamant manufacturing company Minneapolis Minn. Call and examine it. A. J. Stadheim agent Albert Lea Minn. A Boon to wives. Having used a a Mother a Friend i would not be without it. It is a Boon to wives who know they must Pas through the painful ordeal of childbirth. Mrs. C. Melbourne Iowa. Write the Brandfield regulator co., Atlanta ga., for further particulars. Sold by Briggs amp Towne Albert Lea. Don t Grunt. About your feet hurting you when Chryso Corn cure will cure corns bunions Etc. Every bottle warranted at Briggs amp Towne. A Safe investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory remits or in Case of failure a return of Purchase Price. On this Safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle of or. King s new discovery for consumption. It is guaranteed to bring Relief in every Case when used for any affection of Throat lungs or client such As consumption inflammation of lungs bronchitis asthma whooping cough croup Ett Etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to the taste perfidy Safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at Briggs amp Townes drugstore 1 i it a. Leduc a periodical pills. The great French remedy act directly on the menstrual system and positively cure suppression of the menses from whatever cause. Warranted to promote menstruation. These pills should not be taken a luring pregnancy. Am. Pill co., Royalty props so fencer Iowa. Genuine supplied by Parker a Briggs Albert Lea. Iowa state fair dear sir a while at the state fair my wife tried your Krauser a headache capsules with Good results. We have mentioned them to some of our neighbors and they want to give them a trial. They prove to be All that they Are recommended. In lease find enclosed express order for $1.00, for which Send four boxes capsules. 33-t4 c. M. Wilson Gilbert Iowa. Save time Ami Money. The Flint and pure Marquette Railroad steamers r re crossing Dike Michigan All the year a from Manitowoc hu., and Milwaukee. Wis to a Aldington Mieli. Peke m or Couette where through trains Are taken for Michigan Ohio Canada Andall Eastern Points. Free berths to first class passengers. Lower rates of fare than All other lines. Apply to any ticket agent or address h. Sheridan d. Edwards ass t come lag come a agent Saginaw Mich. St. Paul Minn. Does your head ache will cure any kind of it will Mot in you take krau8e s headache capsules $500 Reward for any injurious substance found in these capsules. Of perfectly m Money refunded if not As we say. Sent postpaid on receipt of Price a a Twenty five cent. Norman Lihty. Family cab mint. Des Moines. Iowa. Sold by Briggs amp Towne. Fritz Carlsen merchant tailor dealer in ii ports i we i William St., Albert Lea Minn. Repairing neatly and prompt done Hauge amp Christopherson manufacturers of Waits to is sleighs water looks and ifs go Well Bir if . Etc a i also sell farm machinery of All kinds used in millions of homes�?40 years the Standard blacksmithing and repairing promptly attended to. Saute action guaranteed. Give us a Call. Haugk it Christoph Persov. Grip Man amp Babbitt. D laymen and dealers i n Wood Coal and Lee. Wood sawed to order. Leave orders on Salt at Knatvold i <>wen4 a timer s store. Blacksmith Ooala Way of Hal the Gilbert House

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