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Albert Lea Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 29, 1902, Albert Lea, Minnesota I a i t is n Money saving sales at their height now. New goods coming in daily and Winter stud must be crowded out if need be at a loss to make room. Lots of cold weather before us yet and it stands you in hand to take advantage of these opportunities. To Jcu Jet iv3t to i ladies automobile Coats Good values at $14, to close. Ladies Coats and jackets Worth $10 to $16.50, your Choice. Women and misses Coats and jackets your Choice. 5 ladies tailor made suits to close. 75 to 85 cent blankets to close. Ladies Astrakhan Coats each. Ladies opossum Boas each a r children a fleece lined Hose 12j to 15c values per pair. Children a fleece lined Hose 20 to 25c values per pair. S6.65 s5.85 $1.00 $5.75 55c $18.00 sj.25 9c 15c Dew goods just tit handsome new fancy Silks different styles from anything out heretofore. Big Job in laces Worth up take what you want Yard. To at 15 per cents 5c we a of so ii in 5 its a a r a a is a a sum we c a u Iii so $ a m i a Waul paper buy your Wall paper now before the Spring Rush is on 25 per cent. Discount on All Wall papers this month. Expert paper hangers to put it on. The Art and Wall paper store 140 West Clark Street. Room last $1100 real estate Agency. A i fir a buy 6 \ i us 11 dwelling built in i u Spring. Closets pantry Brick cellar Cistern full basement kit 50x120. His tis an extraordinary bargain. Good 4 room House and summer Kitchen on Lincoln ave., cellar Cistern Well Good Garden lots of fruit Trees lot 60x120. Ai Apa Good 6 room House on x i 4 Khz West Clark bt., Ciss i u Tern Well Good cellar. Can be bought on easy terms. La i j a a new dwelling on by. V i a ii a a Uhn bt., built last up i i u u fall 6 roams 3 closets wintry. A text shed Cistern lot 06x132. Good 6 room House on front St., lot 50x120, to t rooms Good cellar shed Cistern Trees Good location. This is a sacrifice. We have listed with us a Good 4 room dwelling Good Well Cistern Wood shed Trees cellar lot 49x120, that we can sell on 910 per month payments. Look this up. Why rent when you can buy property on these terms. Write us in regard to that 94 per acre land we have for Sale. Pantry woo $900 off fers great Hargain in swarm shoes. Ladies vie kid Worth 93,00, Cut Price. Ladies cloth top Worth 91.75, Cut Price. Wool Zemens soft lined shoes go at. Wool lined shoe $2.25 lined shoes $1.25 $1.00 done to miss this Sale. I can save by Money. Come and get my prices for buying. Remember the place first door North of Albert Lea National Bank. Edward e. Peterson. The White Wagon will Call. Send today. Its always Good. 214 North Broadway. F-969 let us speak of Man a a find him and censure Only what a can aaa ii in pm Bering that no Ona Ean be perfect unites a use Honky maintain Tan. Uffa drag More. That is what every person should carry. A few have got them but More have not. You eau get one at Chas. Sorenson a a1 id aril Coil if you have not Laid in your Winters Supply be sure to consult us before buying. We make prompt delivery to any part of the City and you Are sure to get Correct weights As we weigh every Load on the City Scales. Remember the location on so Washington Street opposite the City Scales. Albert Lia to a fuel of sex mayor Keller answer Hie Leat in samoan. After an illness extending Back several months William Granville Kal Lar Oue of the oldest of the Pioneer set tiers of this county passed away at his Home in the Jensen Block last thurs Day morning Jan. 23, aged 54 years 5 months and six Days. His death was due to a complication of Bright s disease and heart failure. The deceased was born in Grant county wis., August 16,1847, Aud came to this county with his parents in 1856, they being one of the first families to locate in this Vicinity their Home being the farm now occupied by m. V. Kellar. Or. Keliar besides attending the common schools also attended Oberlin College in Ohio Aud acquired a Good education and upon his return to the City took up surveying As a business Aud also engaged extensively id real estate business being agent for the Sale of the Southern Minnesota railway lauds lie served Many years a county Surveyor Aud one term As mayor of this City. In 1874 he was married to miss addle Green who died two or three years ago and was married a second time about a year ago to miss Christine Clausen who survives him together with a daughter by bus first wife mrs. Lua a. Barck. Two Brothers c. B. Kellar so Long the cashier of the Albert Lea National Bauk and m. V. Kellar of Albert Lea township survive Bim. The sympathy of the Community goes out to the grief stricken wife daughter and relatives. The funeral was held at his late residence on Fountain Lake Boulevard last sunday afternoon Rev. Or. Abbott preaching an appropriate Sermon and Many friends following the remains to their last resting place in the Albert Lea cemetery. Council proceedings. The Council met in regular session Friday evening All members being present except Ald. Armstrong. Ald. Woh Buter was elected president pro tem. La. A. Paine asked that the ordinance prohibiting peddling be so amended that Farmers might be allowed to sell meat in the City. He was informed that the ordinance did not prohibit Farmers from peddling. The resignation of Ald. Augustus Armstrong was read and accepted and a vote of thanks tendered him for his services. A communication was received from j. A. Burdick withdrawing All offers of settlement in his claims for damages on account of the Over Flowage of Fountain Lake. A., Ald. .1. C. Jenson for the Light committee recommended that a Light be placed at the Entrance to court Lane and it was so ordered. J he finance committee were granted More time on the application of m. L. Wheelan for reduction of taxes. A Resolution was introduced by Ald. J. C. Jensen providing for surveys for new sewers on Park Are Nae Fountain Vine and Ermina streets to Clark Street and adms Avenue through Railroad addition to the main sanitary sewer also on West and Clark streets to Adams Avenue also on main Street from Euclid Street to the main sewer the intention being to Drain Spring Lake without carrying the water to Fountain Lake the Resolution was adopted aldermen Wohlhuter and Sorenson voting no. An ordinance introduced by Ald. Wohlhuter. Providing for a License fee for hotel runners with a fee of 915 a year was Laid Over Ald. P. C. Jensen objecting. The vacancy caused by the resignation of Ald. Armstrong was filled by the election of p. C. Johnson. The informal ballot resulted in 5 for Johnson and i for ii. G. Day and the formal 5 for Johnson and i for m. M Jones. Or. Johnson was declared elected. The following Bill were allowed. Jan Mattoon i of electric co., toeing. 8 61 lights. 801 42 c p Johnson labor. 2 28 n c Sorenson supplies. 44 so l j Thomas services. 2 of Grill restaurant. 2 80 j p foes in. Bay. Standard Oil co. Is id salaries. 443 of a Mcculloch. Lumber. A it 68 c l Colman. 67 40 Park labor. 4 to waterworks labor. 2 to Street labor. I 46 District court. The adjourned december term of the District court convened in this City last monday with judge Kingsley on the Linch. The ease of m. Rum Ley co. Is c. C. Burton was tried on monday and the jury returned a verdict in favor of the defendant. These cases were Quot continued Hannah Simonson is. The m. Amp St. L. By. Co. Paine Shanor St co. Is. Alfred mein Ike and g. Hendrickson Lenox machine Ca is. F. M. Church Hans Christensen by James Peterson guardian is. Charles f. Johnson and Martha Johnson l. Bartlett is. Alden co operative co., it a1. These eases were settled liars k. Larson is. Ole k. Belloc Frank Krai a. John Belshan Christian Neilton is. Lea Grimm. The eat4 eases were dismissed Parsons Rich a Ca is. Louis Yost and Henry Yost Alex. Finley is the cd m. A St p. By. Ca the Case of mrs. Etna out Ider is the m. A St. L. By co., for damages for being put Alf a passenger train South of Norman was being tried yesterday. Court will probably continue a a and be in session All this wee next. Allege he in not a candidate. The Minneapolis journal of january 23d contains the following political gossip regarding senator Knatvold senator t. V. Knatvold of Albert Lea says he will not have another term in the legislature having served eight years in the Senate. Ile is not sure that he will get into the primaries As a candidate for Congress it would not be a bad idea if a wants to get before pie people of the first District. A a a a Quot in mum Norsk Slid Norsk an Hovious. Norske tisk Boller and prepared id Aik at the Anderson grocery. Latter Lief. The following Ere the Auretia sri totter Tot the week Aud Iii it Jeu St i Tot it the poet office it Albert to. Freeborn . C Ley Berg i ii or to Bevia Melvern kit Siuao. Fred Vav 2 la Xii woo. I Hilda Morgan w a Sou in Mise Mary Smith i Burette wad Worth Agne Windle v f Tartlet Selling tar Oatkin Arleou do Brand Hake k n Peterson Mia Marie Sanford or still Brev to 0 f Whitney or w any of the above letter will plea be say a had Verti a Quot giving Date of Lief one cent will be to Hee to it i for teen advertised Attar called tor v. Tiiu atop. M fresh Dairy butter that is Good at the Anderson grocer very Low Ratics qf7 Are Homes eakers monthly Vii excursions twice Iowa Central by. In the first end third tuesday of Jau Oary february 124#, the owe a Antral of. Will have a gals at All elation Hogue seeker ticket to Many Point in the North Northwest Wear South East end out Bra at the Low rate of one fare plus two Dollar for the ran Tut trip heat line to Dakota Minnesota Tausa and Missouri Oklahoma Aud teat Point slogan equipment through chair care sleeping care end fast time. For Fnu information Call am Tokat agouti or address goo a. Batty. O. P. A t a., Marthal Towo Low. Money to loan of. The very lowest rates on improved farms. 2 of. H. N. Brown Norsk Gamel Ost putt Ost appetite Cost Brick cheese and Cream cheese at the Anderson grocery. Now is the time to buy hats cheap at mrs. Stages great millinery Sale where bargains May be obtained. The Many friends of mrs. A. C wedge will be glad to learn that she is recovering from the attack of pneumonia she experienced last week. Or. And mrs. Chas. Heiser of Hayward township became the Happy parents of an eight Pound girl baby last monday. The revival meetings in the m. E Church closed last week Aud As a result about Twenty converts will present themselves for membership in that body in the near future. The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last report John c. Barry 28, Maggie Quinn 28 Boren c. Sorenson 23, Matilda Ohnstad 18 Peter c. Jensen 35, Emma Ogden 29. Prof. Austin teacher of violin Man do in guitar and Harp has located in Albert Lea. Studio in the Jensen Block. Harp orchestra for All occasions. Choice instruments and strings for Sale. 4 2w Soren c. Sorenson and miss Matilda Ohnstad both of Bancroft were United in marriage by judge Black Mer last Friday afternoon. We join their friends in extending congratulations and Best wishes. Even if there was a Snow fail of three or four inches la get saturday it drifted so badly in the country that the Sleigh ing is poor. It will require a Damp Snow of a couple of inches to make Good Sleigh ing. Alex. Mckee has received some sketches for a new House he will erect on his tots on Fountain Street West of Emit Nelson s residence. It will be a modern and Beautiful Structure and it will Cost Between 92,500 and 93,000. Jas. Mckee of Alden recently received a letter from his son William who is an apprentice on the american Man of War the Prairie which at the time he wrote was at the Island of Trinidad s a. He was enjoying his naval experience and expresses no regret for going to sea. H. Ii. Emmons informs us that last year 115 cars of live Stock were shipped from Emmons in this county while Only about ten were shipped from Norman Iowa where the depot in located. Or. Emmons shipped 95 carlot the entire live Stock shipment from that Point which is pretty Good Chi Dence that he is doing the Square thing by his customers. The two leading norwegian paper in this country the Chicago Skan uneven and the Decorah Posten recently published portraits of Lars qui Brandson Drypen of Halland Norway who ii said to be the oldest Persou in that country. He is 104 years old and Hale and Hearty. He is an Uncle of i ver j. Sorel of Hartland who is serving on the Petit jury this week. We learn that John Nelson one of the substantial and prosperous Farmers of Geneva has rented his farm in that town and in the Spring will move to the City to reside. Or. Nelson has been president of the Geneva v tillage Cream Ery association and has been a very successful Farmer and he is worthy of ease and quiet Comfort the balance of Bis life. We Hope he will find City life congenial. Ole Amundson a highly esteemed resident of Bath died at i Home there last saturday aced about 60 years. He was a native of Norway but had resided in Batt for about 20 years. He had b in gradually failing for several months the disease being consumption. The funeral was Beld at the lutheran Church in Bath yesterday afternoon Rev. H j strand con ducting the services. Ole Holm died at his Home in this City monday last january 27, aged Natl 89 years he having been born in Norway in 1813 the deceased was highly esteemed and had Many friends. Or. Holm formerly bedded in the town of Freeman before coming Here he leaves a wife and several grown up children to mourn his death. The funeral will be held at the Synod lutheran Church this afternoon at 2 30 of clock. N p. Christensen who reside near the Albert Lea Creamery last week purchased of u. W. Ransom a lot on the Corner of a Lark and Newton streets paying 93,000 for the same. Or Christensen also bought the Ware House and other buildings on tire North Side of Clark Street opposite his lot of j. F. Wohlhuter and has bad a Force of Meu to work tearing them Down in tending rebuild the same on his newly acquired lots Martin Ruden received the sad intelligence yesterday Forenoon that his brother Gilbert had died at his Home in Castlewood s. Iat 2 of clock that morning of rheumatism after an illness of several months. Or. Ruden lived in Bancroft and in this City several years holding the responsible position of head clerk in Frank hairs store Here for a Long time. Or. Ii Den was about 53 years of age and had lived in South Dakota since 1880, going there from Here and engaging in farm ing. Ile was also Register of de is of Hamlin county two terms and was very popular there As he was Here. His Many old friends will be sorry to hear of his death. He was an excellent citizen and a Good Man mrs. F. A. Hess died quite suddenly at Lime Spring Iowa last sunday afternoon where she had gone about three weeks ago to visit a sister who was very Iii the news of her unexpected death was a Shock to the com Jaunity and her grief stricken husband and daughter have the sympathy of ail in their great sorrow. Mrs. Hess had lived in this City Only a few years the family coming Here from Cresco Iowa but during that time had won Many friends who deeply regret her death the deceased was about 45 years of age. The cause of her death was Erysipelas Aud neuralgia of the heart we Are informed it is not known when the funeral will be held As or. Bess went to Lime Springs last saturday in response to a Telegram informing him of his wife s serious illness. Last saturday evening after the successful meeting at the court House of the butter Iafe a and dairymen Vav. Ii. Holmes fica president of the Heck River butter co of Aurora Iii., invited about thirty of the butter makers member of the press Ore onery Oil Loeis and others interested in these lines to a banquet at the hotel Albert. The spread was a Fine one and he occasion one of much enjoyment and merriment. Speeches were made by a. Vav. Trow c. L. Luce by. Ii Holmes j. L. Burls while c. Vav. Took Well e. P. Greely and prof. Robertson regaled the crowd with stories. The Rock River butter co. Is no doubt the largest butter receiving company of any in the rutted states and they Are now receiving Large quantities from the creameries from this county and doing the Square thing by them. Purely personal. Or. Oscar Burton returned taut week from a visit to Chicago. Harry Gillrup went to Northwood Iowa last Friday afternoon. Goo. Wohlhuter of Fairmont was in the City last saturday on business. It. E. Muser recently returned from an extended visit in Arkansas and Ohio. W. E. Merchant was in Owatonna Aud Blooming Prairie several Days last week. Or. And mrs. Williams of Bode Iowa. Were visitors in the City with friends last week. Or. J. Ii. Dudley of Heron Lake has Boon visiting relatives in the City for a few Day. H. La. Miller returned saturday morning from an extended visit with relatives in Michigan. Henry Quenvold of Owatonna is visiting at the j. A. Gustafson Home on Newton Street. W. G. Chamberlain was at Humboldt Iowa looking after business matters one Day last week. Miss May Farnham of Mason City Iowa scent sunday with her Friend miss Nellie Lowe. Or. And mrs. S. Strauss left saturday for Oelwein and other Points in Iowa for a weeks visit. Mrs. O. Mehus attended the funeral of mrs. To Dahl at Northwood Iowa monday afternoon. Geo. Heising of Minneapolis came Down saturday evening to attend the funeral of his old Friend the late w. G. Kellar on sunday. B. F. Do rite and Roy Beebee of the winslow7 House made a business trip to Minneapolis monday. Or. And mrs. D. A. Scott of the times have been spending ten Days or two weeks at Pensacola Florida. Miss Victoria Steichen of Northwood Iowa was the guest of her sister at the Albert Lea College last week. C. L. Fink of in the City last week visiting relatives and friends in the City and in Pickerel Lake. O. B. Enstad returned from Lake Mills Iowa last monday morning where he has been stopping a couple of months. P. F. Peterson of the Palace furniture store arrived Home from his extended Eastern buying trip saturday morning last. L. L. Hegland of Kensington Douglass county Minn., has been visiting his deter mrs. O. P. Folsom and husband for several Days. Fred Kumerow returned last Friday from a stay of nearly a week at Chicago and suburban cities having had an enjoyable time. Mrs Bingham of Northwood and daughter miss Bertha of Kensett Iowa were visitors at the Hedenstad Home several Days last week. Mesdames h. Oui Brandson and Smeby left for Chicago last thursday evening where they w ill spend several Days visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Cleo. Drommerhause jr., is making relatives and friends in Austin a visit this week and will be absent until Friday or saturday. John g. Sharp was in Superior wis., nearly All of lat week visiting the duplex wind Mill co., whose Mills he has handled for Many years. Or. And mrs. J. W. Pierce of Byron Waseca county were the guests of or. And mrs. John Larson on Fountain treet Friday and saturday. S. Wells representing the International correspondence Institute of Scranton pa., was in the City several Days last week in the interest of his school. Misses Nora and Emma i Jane and Carrie Nystuen returned yesterday from Northwood Iowa where they have been with friends for several Days. Fred Hanson of Nora Springs Iowa a been visiting old friends and acquaintances the past week. Or. Hanson is engaged in railroading at that place. Ii. C. Ellickson of Becker county Minn., was Here several Days last week looking after his farming interests in Richland and arranging for a new tenant for this year. Or. And mrs. O. F. Hewitt left last wednesday night for Peabody. Kansas to visit at the Home of or. And mrs. A. M. Morey and relatives in other parts of Kansas. They will be absent for several weeks. Hon. Ii. H. Thomas of Lane Waukon sex commissioner of agriculture of North Dakota mrs Kinney of Austin and mrs. Taylor of Minneapolis were guests one Day week of or. Thomas their brother the family enjoying a pleasant reunion. Miss to Dahl of Northwood Iowa who had been visiting friends Here was called Home thursday morning by the serious illness of her Mother w7ho died thursday afternoon miss to Dahl has Many friends Here w7ho sincerely sympathise with Hor in her sad Bereave meat the world wide popularity of the famous hot Spring of Arkansas for health restoring properties has brought thousands of invalids from All quarters of the world to partake of its restorative water. Tile season opened january let and no Tuter resort offers better facilities for rest and curative advantages than hot Springe Ark. The Springs Are under control of the u. S. Government which guarantees moderate charges and Good treatment at the Baths. The quickest and moot comfortable route for the people of the West and Northwest is the Iowa Central by. Very Low round trip rates Are now in effect. For full information address Geo. S. Batty g. P. St t. A., Marshalltown la. Soft harness too Eta Mas your aaa Atma a sin a a stove and a Toush a Wirt. A uts Kutka a re a a of Oil. To can Ila lift make it lust to lit a Luna a it Ortli Baruj would. Eureka hams of of him a Oner teak Ina bar in Ito of a do Ito of pure. Heavy boiled of Ca. Facially prepared to it the a Aud the weather. Fold everywhere tit caus�?a1 i made 9f Standard of cd Here is the Chance for the overcoat less flan = no excuse for being without an overcoat of the latest style and the seasons Cut and making. Every overcoat in the store included in this most phenomenal discount Sale if you have your heart set on some particular sort of an overcoat you will probably find it Here. If you have hesitated about buying on account of Price you need wait no longer. This is tile last Call of the season on overcoats and you will never have a Chance to buy to better advantage. It is a Case of taking a Little Money rather than carry Over tile goods. You know the kind of merchandise we sell. It is rarely that such goods Are sold at a sacrifice but we Are overstocked and need the room and Money. Cast and one Price to Jill. P. C. Johnson lumber at wholesale prices we Are now manufacturing our own lumber. The Cost of Selling at wholesale is As much As Selling at retail except the interest on Book accounts. Now if you will meet us half Way and Cash we will sell you at our wholesale list. Call and see our agent John Monson yours for business Minnesota lumber co., phone 13x Albert Lea Minn. Home seekers Opportunity. Of the first and third tuesday of january and february 1902 the Iowa Central will sell Home seekers excursion tickets to Points in Iowa Minnesota Montana Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Texas and elsewhere in the South Southeast and Southwest at one fare plus 92.00 for the round trip with final return limit of Twenty one Days. The Iowa Central route is the acknowledged Short line to the North Northwest West Southwest and has first class equipment through chair cars and bleeping cars with fast time. It lands the Horn seeker in the Best sections. For full information Call on ticket agents or address. Geo. S. Batty g. P. St t. Marshalltown. Feb. 28. A a a a a the six ret of Long life. Consist la soaping All the main organs of the body in to Altha regular action Arni in quickly destroying deadly disease germ. Electric bitter regulate stomach liver end kidneys. Purify Tbs blood and Cive a splendid appetite they work wonder in curing kidney trouble.#, female complaint nervous diseases constipation dyspepsia and malaria. Vigorous heal h end strength alway follow their ase. Only 50c. Quai anted by or log a drug co. Is this your wife ? you say i a no Quot but she should re mind you of a duty you owe your wife you can end All her Kitchen trouble b buying her a a a Quick meal stove. Ii your wife attends to the cooking Ahi Wil get a vacation every Day when former the was a slave. A a Quick meal stove will save her More work and Tep thar any hired girl she Ever had. The a Quick meal�?T1 stove will Cook a meal in less Tim than it takes a Coal fire to Start and i will do it without raking or shaking without soot or smoke without dirt or ashes a but quicker better cleaner and with lest expense and your wife and the Kitcher will be Cool. Your wife will love you Mort of you buy her a a Quick meal to Day. Poi Sale by Gulbrandson hardware amp Talbert Leo Mina. Rock harbours Isle Royale san Lake superiors a Quot finest fishing. Superb scenery. Invigorating climate. Coolest place in the United states in summer Isle Royale is 45 Miles Long and 3 to 8 Miles wide is in latitude with Northern new Brunswick Rock Harbor is the first town site development on the Island our plan comprises n club House for us it of All belonging to our summer Colony containing Kitchen dining room Ami general Yommi of deju Arment to be owned and operated As association property. Board furnished member at actual Cost. Individual quarters must be arranged for Long before the summer Headon open. Now is the time to provide for Quarter in Thi our Bummer Arcadia. Hail fever exiles Gan go to Rock Harbor and he free go Early in the season stay late and in a few years be cured. G. O. Shields Coquin journalist Ami publisher 23 West 24th St. N. My in a recent communication writes us a your letter Aud folder awaken Many delightful memories in my mind. I have cruised about Lake busier for a Good Deal and have Baa within a few hours sail a it of Isle Royal several times but would never spare time to land there. I Haw Learned from my friends however who have been More fortunate a a the great Trout fishing and the delightful climate to be enjoyed on that Island Etc fur particulars address. The Isle Royale Outing association. A Rock Island Illinois. Tint handsomest Calendar of the season in ten colors six Beautiful Heads on six sheets 10x12 Inchon reproduction of painting by Moran issued by general passenger department Chicago Milwaukee a St. Paul railway will be sent on receipt cd Twenty ave cents. Address f a. Miller general passenger agent Chicago. A Speaks with a Clear voice. Your White wine of tar syrup and am satisfied it will relieve a cold or sore Throat quicker Thau any other Medicine i have Ever tried. At times it has troubled me a great Deal to speak but your Medicine has enabled no to speak with a dear and distinct voice. I remain truly yours he. J. In Craig. Miami station Carroll co., to Winter in California. I Winter tourists cat Avail themselves i of the usual Low round trip rates to a California and the Pacific oust Points now in effect via the Iowa Central route. A a trip to California in four Days from is Paul Mason pity Marshalltown it Okaloosa Hedrick Peoria and intermediate Points via the Iowa Central and Southern route is a feature worthy of recognition. The popular Pullman tourist car service has again been inaugurated for the season placing tile Iowa Central in position to fiord the traveler with All the comforts desired in these Days of modern travel. For further particulars and illustrated pamphlets Coll on Iowa Central Zhgenti or address Geo. S. Batty g. . T. A Marshalltown la

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