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Albert Lea Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 14, 1893, Albert Lea, Minnesota Highest of All in Leavening latest u. S. Govt report the highest award. La us Tel baking powder Llusala the Honor in strength and value 20 per cent above its nearest competitor. Also Littely pure attorneys. John a. Lovely. Lawyer no. So Ull Frilan Block. Saint Paul Minnesota. Henry a. Morgan attorney at Law county attorney. Gulbrantson Block. Albert Lea Minn. 1. Kit. Dwyer Counselor at Law f>6 Gilfillan Block. St Paul. Collection in the twin cities carefully attended to. W. K Todd attorney at Law office front room Ransom Bros store Albe Rilea Minn Edwin a. Church attorney at Law. We practice in an courts not of record t Olle Cliotis Given prompt attention Over wedge a Barlow s drug store Albert Lea Luu. 16-Ly 0. Mosness. Attorney at Law. Office 06 to ton Block Minneapolis Minu. J. A. Stevenson physician and surgeon Albert . Office Over Jensen a a drug store. Special attention Given to inc treatment of rectal urethral and Kindred diseases. H. Nissen physician and surgeon. Graduate from Norway office Over Boston one Price clothing Hoase Albert Lea. Luu j. Todd physician a surgeon. It opera House building rear of Briggs drug store. Residence in Sundby s old House on Fountain Street Albert Lea miun., where night Calls will be answered. Albert Lea Enterprise Albert Lea Minn., december 14, 1893 no Anonymous personal nature will be published in tiie Enterprise for love or Money. The county round up i is or. J. P. Von Bero. Is clan and surgeon. Office and residence on Clark Street in the former kit Telson residence. Albert Lea Minn. Z in miscellaneous cards. Modern Woodmen of America. L1hincapin Camp no. 8. 6. Holds regular / meetings at Odd Fellows Hall every first and third wednesday evening of each month. I. L Ingbritson v. C. J. R Halvorsen clerk. G. A. R. Dobson Post no. 5. G. A. Meets the a 2d and 4th saturdays of a b month at 7 80, p. That i. O. O. F. Ball. Visiting comrades Yord Lally welcomed. H d. Brown pres. D. R p. Hibbs c. H. , cashier. Albert Lea National Bank Albert Lea Minn. Capital 850,000 does a general banking business. Closing out Sale of Stock rare bargains because of utter Duicie i Turat discontinue the management of the farm and rent it. All Ibe Stock consisting of Young Short Horn cows heifers cakes and bulls also work horses gentlemen s Drivers Fine bred Colts must at once be sold. There will never be another a Good an Opportunity to get Fine bred Stock so cheap. Come now and Tuake your selections. A. C. Wedge. The Sun. The first of american newspapers Charles a. Dana editor. The american Constitution the american idea the american spirit. These first last and All the time forever. The sunday Sun is the greatest sunday newspaper j the 11 arid. Price 5c a copy. By mail $2 a year daily by mail $6 a year daily and sunday by mail $8 a year address tiie is new York. Nelson Tenney amp co., dealer in lumber lath shingles Sash doors. Blinds building paper Etc. Large and Complete Stock always on hand. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Give us a fall before buying. Lard North of old open House. J. G. Taylor agent. Gossip front the towns by the intelligent and watch fill correspond ent of the Enterprise. A prosperous Delav Anite. To the editors of the Enterprise Delavan miun., dec. I. 1883.�?the crops have now been gathered in and stored away the Fields which lately smiled with abundance now present a Bleak and stubborn appearance and the Bare Trees yielding mournfully to the wind unanimously proclaim that the melancholy Days have come. Though fair the yield this year was not near As Good As indicated shortly before Harvest. Of Grain i have raised the following amount w beat 625 bushels Oats 1,300 Barley 563 Corn 1,000 flax 106 Timothy 30 potatoes 225 Beans 10 tomatoes about 10 total of 3,929 bushels. The Sale of hog for the past year has amounted to about $500 Aud steers for More than #000. Besides this we have put up fodder a uti Clent for 50 to 00 head of cattle and seventeen horses. Am now build lug a new cd Ken House and during the coming year will pay special at tent on to poultry raising and Dairying. Like most other people we spent several Days in Chicago taking in the sights of the White City. A very enjoyable trip. Yours truly A. Malmin. Ilar land hankering. Dec. 11.�?hue Bros will have when completed Oue of the finest cellars in the Village. It will be 65 feet Long and thew Bole Width of the building. We understand ii. By Luff will soon Start a Coffee Bouse in his building on the East Slot of Broadway. It will fill a Long Felt want Aud we wish him Success. Oscar Sorllie let the Light of Bis countenance Shine on Bis Hartland friends last week. Lewis Peterson has hauled his barn from the farm to s. J. Leeds lot in the Village. Air. Lyndahl is the name of the new Barber and Bis shop is Oue door North of l t. Brot tends harness shop. He comes Well recommended Aud will probably till the Bill in thai inc. Or. Gaffney of Independence Iowa Wain town last week k. E. Phipps and m. It Seili returned from Winnebago City december 9th and reports very pleasant trip. The infant daughter of or. Ami mrs. A. J. Stensvad died december 3d and was burled the following thursday in the United lutheran cemetery South of town. Rev. A. C. Anderson conducted the funeral services which were held in the congregational Church. There will be a Christmas tree la the lutheran a Hurb Sny a Uay evening december 24tb. Haven t seen the program but will say More next week. The sunday school superintendent took a vacation december 3d. Result no sunday school that Day in the congregational Church. The Hartland Mill is running night and Day now. They Are having a Large Trade. Agent Dorsy has gone to Albert Lea to fill the place of the agent there a few Days or until the latter regains Bis health. Miss Ragna Thorkildson has returned from the twin cities and All her friends Are glad to see her. Akk bks. Glenville gossip. The amount of butter made at the Glen Volle Erea Merv during october was 11.700 pounds instead of 100 tubs As reported. They Are now making about 45 tubs a week. Is there a Creamery in the county doing better g. H. Gilbert residing on sect Lou 34, Lla it Ward has recently Given Bis Mill a thorough overhauling and added a set of new Rolls and is now prepared to grind feed Corn meal and Graham flour every tuesday wednesday and thursday. Can also grind Corn and cob. 7 cents per sack for feed. 49-12w a to Gordonsville gleaning. Auntie Buckell is visa plug her Many friends of the place. Mrs. Logerman of Plymouth is visiting at or. Chester Holcomb a also or. Finley a. Flatt has recovered so she can sit up. L. Bolton one of North Wood a Best Young men is visiting among Bis Young friends Here. Chris Knutson caught a Jack Rabbit that weighed 16 pounds. Mabel Miller has returned from her pleasant visit of the last two weeks. W. C. Abbott has invested la a new sled of the oscillating variety. S. Beighley is among the number of Young men who have been getting cutters fur their own convenience. Some of the Young Fellows turned out Aud gave c. D. Holcomb a lift on Bis Cornfield cribbing about two thirds of Bis Field for him. Dick is thankful. Mrs. Elliot is Here visiting. Our school commenced last monday with miss Williams of Northwood As teacher. A. W. Cobb is canvassing for some Tine books. If in need of aunt big of that kind for Amas give him your or Der c. D. Mcgrath has returned from his visit and Hunting expedition in the North and reports an excellent time. Dave and de. Stam Are chopping Wood for Andrew Lang. Freeborn fancies. December 11.�?sleighing is Good la this Vicinity. To some Reward will soon have on the Market about seventy cords of Green Cottonwood. Anyone wishing to but their Summers Wood would do Well to Call of him and get prices. John Scott returned to Parker College last tuesday. Both sunday schools in this place will observe Christmas in a Way that will be Satis factory to the Cal Ndreu. There will be a donation in the m. K. Church next Friday evening for the Benefit of Rev. Frank Parr. A general invitation is extended to All to come and help along. The Law suit held in judge Gre eur a court last wednesday was decided in favor of the plaintiff. It took the jury about two hours to decide that the defendent should pay #15.00 and costs of the suit which amounted la ail to #43.00. Claude Howard starts to Day to attend Parker College at Winnebago City during the Winter term. Rural. The Royal baking powder has the enviable record of having received the highest award for articles of it class greatest strength purest ingredients most perfectly combined wherever exhibited in Competition with others. In the exhibitions of former years it the Centennial at Paris Vienna and at the various state and Industrial fairs where it has been exhibited judges have invariably awarded the Royal baking powder the highest honors. At the recent world fair the examinations for the baking powder awards were made by the experts of the chemical division of the agricultural department at Washington. The official report of the test of the baking pow it is which was made by this department for the specific purpose of ascertaining which was the Best and which has been made Public Hows the Leavening strength of the Royal to be 160 cubic inches of carbonic Gas per ounce of powder. Of the Cream of tartar baking powders exhibited the next highest strength thus tested contained but 133 cubic inches of Leavening Gas. The other powders gave an average of 111. The Royal therefore was found of 20 per cent greater Leavening strength than its nearest competitor Aud 44 per cent above the average of All the other tests. Its superiority in other respects How Ever in the Quality of the food it makes As to fineness delicacy and Boie soreness could not be measured by figures. It is these High qualities known Aud App re elated by the women of the country for to Many years that have caused the sales of the Royal baking powder As shown by statistics to exceed the Sale of All other baking powders combined. Pickerel Lake picking. December 11.�?the singing school that was held in the m. E. Church on wednesday last was Well attended. Mrs. J. Kaemmer was quite sick but slowly recovering. Might a Minnie Kaemmer of Albert Lea pending her vacation at borne. De. Jecklin who had been at St. Paul has returned Home. I Bere was a sociable at the residence of or. Pratt recently which was Well attended and reports Are a Good Totne. Or. Converse accompanied by he daughter miss Mettle were recently Here the guests of or. And mrs. F. Ruble. Mrs. Serbei was Here from Wells spending a few Days with her daughters mrs. C Schneider and mrs. Eberhardt. Last w Ednes Lay or. Seibel arrived and the next Day they returned Home. There was a dance at the residence of Henry Schneider not Long ago but we think time is far too precious to make use of it in this was. Prairie Wolf. Armstrong accidents. The Armstrong w. 0. T. U. Met wednes Lay p. M., with mrs. Pratt whose department is sunday school work. The attendance was unusually Good and All seemed interested in suggestions made selections read Etc. The sociable held in the evening was attended by about seventy who seemed Well satisfied with the evening spent together. Cor. Sec 250,000 renders. The Prairie Farmer is marching Forward ail the time in circulation. It has made a net increase since december 1,1892, of nearly 25,- Kkt new yearly subscribe s. This record has never been approached by any other farm paper. The Prairie Farmer goes regularly Aeb week into More Homes than Auy other Zigri cultural journal in America. La is Clear Cut right up to Date practical in very one of the Many departments. It is a positive necessity to the Farmer and his Fame it now has More than 250,000 readers in Ait runts of tiie civil sued world. Dwight l. Moody the greatest evangelist f the Day Hon. Win. J. Breckenridge and other eminent w Riters have been enraged for pedal articles during the coming year. Yet their valuable work does not Stop in publishing the Best agricultural paper a the publishers Are bound to give their readers the advantage of very Low prices in securing a ther journals and by giving a guarantee of a Large number of yearly subscribers they have secured special clubbing prices with nearly All of the leading journals in America. They advise us that they will Send each of our readers the Prairie Fanner Aud Omaha weekly Bee both papers one year for #1 a the regular subscription Price of each of them is #1 a year or they will Send the Prairie Farmer and the weekly inter Ocean both papers one year for #1 25. They also have Many other special otters at an exceeding Low Price. The offers Are open Only to january 1, 1884. Make All remittances to the Prairie Farmer pub. Co., 106-168 Adams St., Chicago . Some clubbing rates. The season for selecting Reading matter for the next Vear is at hand and we Are determined to do our share toward making it easy for All to get the Best. Below Are some combinations we can Olter the Enterprise and Mcclure a Magazine. Each one year for82.50 the Enterprise Anil the cosmopolitan each one year for. 2.75 the Enterprise and farm Stock and Home each one year. For. 1.75 the Enterprise and the Northwestern agriculturist each one year for. 1.75 there Are Many others upon which we can offer reduced rates. Call and examine our list. Poultry wanted. We Are now read to buy turkeys a Hick ii. Dut its and geese. Those who have Birds that Are tit to kill will probably do better to sell now than to keep them until later As poultry seems to be v Ery plenty in the country this season. 43tf Hazelton amp Larkin. Albert Lea. October 23, 1893. Literary note. The Christina number of the Folio the elegant Boston musical monthly far surpasses anything undertaken by it before it has a boat of portraits of musical Aud literary people As Well As the usual amount of news and gossip Aud new music. It i Only $1 per year and would be cheap at double the Price the White Smith music co., Boston mass. Charles a. Dana the great editor of the new y Ork 8uri, is a Many sided Man. One of the most Beautiful sides of his nature is shown in the narrative of his visit to Jerusa let and his disc Ripton of the present Aspee of its sacred scenes. His article with Many illustrations will appear in Mcclure a mag a Zine for december. Part i. Of the Book of the fair Complete the ninth chapter and begins number ten devoted to Liberal arts with profuse a Lustra hons. The work seens to grow in interest As it advances and there is no change in the excellency of the work or Quality of the paper used. There to still an Opportunity for a few More competent persons to Canvas for till Superb work and those interested can write to p. H. Gallagher 831 lumber Exchange Minneapolis. The Complete Novelln the december num her of Ltd Pincott a is a a sergeant Croesus a by Captain Charles King it is one of his most interesting tales of army life and Indian tight ing in the wild West and makes a new de parture to having a private and a foreigner for its hero. The tenth and last of lip plan Cotta a notable stories a a when Hester came will be found to be one of the very Best As it is the longest of the series. It is by an entirely new and very promising writer mrs Bride Neill Taylor of Texas. The multiplicity and excellence of other magazines tar from lessening the usefulness of the review of reviews makes this unique periodical More and More a necessity. Its indexes condensations of leading articles classified lists of new books and general sur vey of things written things said and things done during the month preceding its Issue would suffice to keep the Busy Reader in touch with the current of life and thought even if he were Able to read nothing else. The december number is As full of variety and freshness As its predecessors have regularly been and to those who know the review of reviews this is a sufficient commendation. Wanted agents for Side the property at the Southwest Corner of Mam and Newton streets upon which is the old Church and parsonage of the Catholic society. It will tie sold As a whole very cheap. Enquire of Rev. For. Donovan or the trustees of the Church. A map of the i United state. The Wall map issued by the Burlington route to 3 feet wide by 4 feet Long is printed in 7 colors is mounted on rollers shows every state county. Important town and Railroad in the Union and forms a very desirable and useful adjunct to any household or business establishment. Purchased in Large quantities the rasps Cost More than 15 cents each but on receipt of that sum in Stamps the under signed will he pleased to Send you Oue. J. Francis. Genera passenger agent Burlington route Omaha. Neb. All free. Those who have used or King discovery know its value and those who have not have now the Opportunity t a try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle free. Bend your name and address to h e Bucklin a co., us Moauro and get a Sample Box of or Kings new life fills free As web a copy of guide to health and household instructor free. Allot which is guaranteed to do you Good and Cost you nothing. I he Briggs drug to drug store. 4 de witty switch Hazel Salve cleanses purifies and heals. It a made for that purpose. Use it for Burns cuts bruises chapped hands sores of All description Aud if you hav pims it Lor them see the world s fair for fifteen cents. Upon receipt of your address and fifteen cuts in postage Staniow we will mall you prepaid our souvenir portfolio of the worlds columbian exposition the regular Price is fifty cents but As we want you to have one we make the Price nominal. You will find it a work of Art and .1 thing to lie prize it contains Fud Page views of the great buildings with descriptions of same and is exe muted in highest style of it if not satisfied with it after you get it we will refund the Stamps Aud let you keep the Book. Address 4 h. E. Buckle a co., Chicago 111. No better Aid to digestion. No better cure for dyspepsia. Nothing More reliable for bilious Ness and constipation than Dewitt a Little Early risers the fatuous Little pills. First publication december 14, 1893. Order to show cause on filing petition to mortgage or sell real estate. State of Minnesota county of Freeborn ssh in probate court special term december 8th, 1893. In tie matter of the estate of John Duggan deceased on Reading and filing the petition of f. F. Carter. Administrator of the estate of John Duggan deceased and showing that it is desirable that such real estate should be mortgaged and containing a Tesort Pylon of the real estate to be mortgaged and the amount for which said mortgage is to be executed and praying that the probate court of the county of Freeborn make an order directing f. K. Arter the administrator of deceased to execute such mortgage Tor and on behalf of said estate. It is ordered that All persons interested in said real estate appear before the judge of this court it a tuesday the Twenty third Day of january a i 1894. At 10 of clock to the Forenoon at the probate Filee in the coot House in tie City of Albert Lea n said count then and there to show cause 1 any there he Why said probate court should not make an order directing said administrator to exe Ute such mortgage for and on behalf of said estate according to the prayer of said petition. It is Truttier ordered. That this order shall he published for four successive weeks prior to said Lay of hearing the last of which publications shall he at least fourteen Days before said Day of hearing the Albert Lea Enterprise a weekly newspaper printed and published at Albert Lea la said county. Dated at Albert Lea this with Day of december. I 1893. By the court l Shelian Blackmer judge of probate. Grinman amp Babbitt. 1 h a men. And dealek8in Vood Coal and ice Wood sawed to order. Leave orders on slate at Knatvold s or Owen Maimer s store. Blacksmith Xoai always on hand. Yard Westol he Gilbert House. Willing to travel who will devote their whole time to for Nursery Stock permanent paying positions for hustlers customers get what they order and the Iest Quality address it. Hope nurseries most Complete on Tbs continent Ellwanger a Barry proprietors. 49 Low Rochester n. Y. First publication december 7th, 1893. Summon for publication. State of Minnesota county of Freeborn a the state of Minnesota to n. C. Sorenson a Femiano. Yon Are hereby summoned to lie and appear before the undersigned one of the justices of the peace in and for said county on the 10th Day of january 1894, at 10 of clock m the Forenoon at my office la the City of Albert Lea in said county to answer to m. H Skaug and m k Skaug in a civil action. Should you fall to appear at the time and place aforesaid judgment will he rendered against you upon the evidence adduced by said 11. H. Skaug and m. K. A aug for such sum As they shall show themselves entitled to. A Ives under my hand this 1st Day of december 1893. Hem an Black Mer. City Justice of the City of Albert Lea. Minn first publication december 7, 1893. Order for hearing and notice of application for appointment of administrator. Chat of Minnesota county of is. La probate court special term nov. 29th 1893. In the matter of the estate of Marla Friedenke Jorgensen deceased. On receiving and filing the petition or Rasmus Jorge St 11 of Freeborn county Minnesota representing among other things mat Marla f. Jorgensen late of said county on the 18th Day of August a. D 1893, at Ibert Lea Dieu intestate and being a resident of this county at the time of her death leaving goods chattels Aud estate within this county Aud that the said Patti Toner is the husband of said deceased and praying that administration of said estate be to Rasmus Jorgensen granted it is ordered. That said petition he heard before this court on Friday the 29th Day of december a d. 1893. At 10 o clock a. 111., at Albert Lea la said count. Ordered further that notice thereof he Given to the heirs of said deceased and to All persons interested by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said a it of hearing. In the Altiert Lea Enterprise a weekly newspaper printed and published at Albert Lea in said county. Dated at Albert Lea the 29th Dav of november. 1893. 11 v the court l 8. Reman Blackmer judge of probate. F first publication november 30, 1893. Order for hearing on Sale of real estate of minora Chat of Minnesota. County of free born is. In probate court special term of Eisner 26th, 1893. La the matter of the guardianship of John t. Hay. Minor. Tin Reading and filing the petition of John a Kal Tad. Guardian of the person and property of John in Hay. Fluor for License to sell the real estate 01 his said Ward and it appearing from said petition that u is necessary and would be beneficial to said Ward that said real estate or a part thereof should be sold it is ordered that the next of Kin of the said w Ard an All persons interested in the estate of said wad shall appear before said probate court at the probate office in the City of Albert Lea. In the county of Freenman aforesaid on the 16th Day of january. A. R 1894 at 10 o clock in the Forenoon to show a Ause Why a lice be should not he granted for the ale of said real estate. And it is further ordered that a copy of this order be personally served on the next of Kin of said Ward residing 111 said Freeborn Coutv Aud on All persons interested la said estate at least fourteen Days before the hearing of said petition As aforesaid and by the publication thereof for Fout successive weeks in the Albert Lea Enterprise a weekly newspaper printed and published at the City f albeit Lea. In said Freeborn county the last of who h publications shall be at least tour teen Day s before the said Day of hearing. Dated november 25th, 1893. By the court. by h Keek l. A judge of probate. S first publication novem Hei in. 1993. Order for hearing and notice of application Tor App it Lumen of admin Lestrat it a. Tate of Minn a sly a a. County of Freeborn flu probate court. Special term november 25th 1893 in the matter of the estate of Engel c Elm Gasoi. Deceased. In receiving and to Imp the Peterson of Edward Ellingson of , county , representing among Oiler thugs that Engel c. Eling soil. La cot said county on the 1st Day of december. I. ,<2, n Albert Lea ill intestate Ami being a resident of this county at tie time of her death leaving goods chattels and estate within this county and that the said Petitioner is a son of said deceased and my administration of said estate he to Hai is Peterson granted. It is order a that said petition he heard before this court on tuesday that 28th Day of december. D 1-93, at la o clock a. La. At Albert Lea. In said county. Ordered further that notice thereof be Given to the heirs of said deceased and to All persons interested by publishing this order once in each week or three successive weeks prior to said Day of hearing m the Albert Chi Terri be. A weekly newspaper printed and published at albeit Lea la said county. Dated at Albert Lea the 25th Day of november. A. 1893. By the court l 8. Human i us Kukk judge of probate. De monetize nothing for a Silver Dollar you get 20 pounds at Fossum Ruden amp Stadhem. Butter tubs for Best White Ash hand made butter tubs and. Barrels for packing eggs fruit Etc go to the Albert Lea butter factory prices reasonable. Jorgen Jensen prop. A years subscription to scrip Uerz a Magazine will bring into your Home twelve monthly numbers aggregating Over 1500 pages of the Best and most interesting Reading and More than 700 Beautiful illustrations. Announcements. A forge w. Ruble will begin in the january number a Romance it a titled a John March southerner a two other important s a rials have been engaged .1. I Harrole. Author of the famous Quot Little minister a Lias Fri Ltd 1 a new novel the first since that famous Story. Georje Yle Redith the great English novelist Lias in preparation a novel entitled a Tim amazing i Loftt St Kyl it will be abundant. W. In. Hovgaa a in Lellot. Ii. Ili whap Ludovie Ila Levy. Raul first publication november 30. 1893. Order for hearing and notice of application for appointment of Adin instr Tor. Tate of Minnesota. County of Freeborn is a in probate Coli i special term november 24th, 1893. La the matter of the estate of Knut Knutson deceased on receiving and filing the petition of e Knutson of Freeborn county Minnesota representing among other things that Knut Knutson late of said count on the 19th Day of May a. D. 1893. At Albert Lea died intestate and being a resident of this county at the time of his death leaving goods chattels and estate within this county and that the said Petitioner is the widow of said deceased Aud praying that administration of said estate be to Vegger Gulbrandson granted it is ordered 1 hat said petition be heard before this court on thursday the 21st Day of december. A d 1893,at 10o clock a tu., at Albert Lea in said county ordered further. That notice thereof be Given to the heirs of said deceased Anil to an persons interested by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said Day of hearing in the Albert Lea Jiter pulse a weekly newspaper printed Aud published at Albert Lea in said county. Dated at Albert Lea the 24th Day of november. A d 1893 by Tho court l a 11 pm an Blackmer. Judge of probate. F first publication november 18, 1893, District court summons. Clatk of Minnesota county of Freeborn is District court. 10th judicial District Lillian Carpenter plaintiff against Svend Lund and Christie Lund his wife and Niels c. Frederick sen . The state of my Nasuta to the above named defendants you. And each of you Are hereby summoned and required to answer Tho complaint in this action which has been filed in to e office of the a Jerk of District court in and for Freeborn county Minnesota and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber at his office. Freeborn county Minnesota within 29 Days after tie St vice of trips summons upon you exclusive of the Day of such service and if you fall to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid the plaintiff in thu action will apply to the court for the Relief demanded therein. Dated october 30th, a d 1893. 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