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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - August 19, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday Augustio 1920. Albert Lea examiner smallpox victim at party worries girls Wilmington del., auf. Is an outbreak of smallpox in Lewes has occasioned considerable worry in that Section especially among the sub Debs. One of the patients a 17-year-old boy from Dover is cause of the trouble. He attended a party in which kissing Kames were indulged in. And being a visitor sampled some of Sussex county a Best. The following Flay he was sent to the isolation Hospital. Doctors Are doing a Rushing business in vaccinations among the Young girl and they say the vaccine usually is applied to spots other than the Arm. News about the City and county of interest to Young and old Clay county Man has Golden egg Hen Iii or. And mrs. Carl wait rum motored to Mason City Iowa sunday. A a a or. And mrs. Geo. Larson and or. And mrs. Otto Fosse visited with the ladies parents at Ellendale sunday. Lhoost the Freeborn county fair by bringing the Hest you have August 31, sept. Isl 2nd and 3rd. Mrs e. M. Lowery left for Minneapolis tuesday to spend a few Days with her daughter mrs. Carl Tveit. A a for your interest. The Albert Lea state Bank will pay you five per cent on All time deposits. A a a or. And mrs. T. K. True of Emmons were business callers in this City monday. A a bring your family and spend the Day at the Freeborn. County. Fair August 31, sept. 1st, 2nd and 3rd. A a a mrs. James Davis arrived in this City monday and will spend a week visiting her Friend mr.-. E. W. Cul Bert on on Adams ave. A a a or. And mrs. Walter Nelson Are the proud parents of a seven and a half Pound baby girl born monday at their Home in North Albert . A a a Arthur Hanson of Myrtle was of two Ford touring cars rated upon at the Nineve Hospital 1918. First saturday evening and is getting along nicely. A a a of Lases Olga and Esther Hansen went to Sioux City monday evening for a visit with her sister mrs. Hans Krose. A a a miss Vera Snyder of Des Moines is her aunt. Mrs. A. M. Ren Hie and will be Here for about ten Fob Sale farms around Here also Days. Moorhead Minn., aug. 17.�?the Hen that Laid the Golden egg had nothing on that of Ole Erick on custodian of the Clay county court House. Erickson has a Rhode Island red which Lay. Three eggs every a Day and reliable witnesses Are ready to testify to the fact and prove that the nest is not rented out in shifts but occupied solely by this one Hen. The Bird was won on a Chance game at a recent carnival. Miscellaneous for Sale for Sale one 1917 Model and one Clas shape. See or Call Robt. Krueger Conger. Minn. For sale�?380 acres two Miles North of Glenville on Jefferson Highway. Inquire of Leif Gulbrand on. For Sale a top buggy. Inquire of Barney Meyer. Albert Lea. It. 4. Page five mrs. Lunstrom and daughter Joy motored to Independence la., saturday to visit friends a mis Cora Heden Tad and mrs. William Shotwell went to the cities tuesday for a Short visit. A a a j. J. Hove and son. Norman of Hayward transacted business in this City wednesday. A a boost the Freeborn county fair by bringing the Best you have August 31, sept. 1st 2nd and 3rd. A a a mrs. Edward Nervig from Hart county fair exhibits big labor Day Best jul history Celebration fair association promises first class display of entries at 1920 show mrs. Leo Sullivan of Minneapolis what Are you doing to help make tile 1920 Freeborn county fair the Hest Ever if you Are a breeder of pure bred cattle Are you fitting your Stock its High time that you have them in the barn and keep them Well blanketed and also give them the necessary feed to put them in Good condition. Of you have not planned in showing better change your mind. It takes time work and expense to land arrived in this City tuesday and show hut it is the Best Money you eve vill spend a few Days visiting older pent for advertising. Of course 10n�?~ls some people know you Are Breeding Good Stock but there Are others who do not know it and the fair is one arrived sunday for a few weeks vis place where you Cun show your unlit at the Home of her Mother mrs. I Mals to 23, or More people in Frank Raymore Clark St. Three Days time and you certainly a a a cannot do this at Home. Why do the or. Anil mrs. E. S. In Ter and fam big breeder make the show circuit ily left tuesday for Bettendorf la., every year it is not for the Cash where they will make their future premiums they receive nor the rib Home. 1�?o�ns either but because they Realise a that in no other Way can they open for your Inetie to. The Albert Lea their Quot Catt a store to so Many peo state Bank will pay you five per cent e n Suc a Short time. I he big or All time deposits. Breeders were All Small breeders at a a. Quot be time and you May As Well get in or. And mrs. E. J. Smith return the cart now an<1 ride the band waged to their Home at Morris Minn., on tuesday after u two Days visit with bog game is the same. We the latter a father or. Knute Stoa. Have hundreds of Good hogs in the a a a county if people Only knew More an eight Pound baby girl was born Al tit them and where to find them. Big event to be at fair grounds monday september 6th local Ball club meets defeat fast Wells team shut out Wilson packers score 6-0 one of the Large to crowds of the again labor Day i close at hand season witnessed a fast and Snappy and under the auspices of the Albert base Ball game it the West Clark St. Lea trades and labor As Embly one a grounds last sunday afternoon. Of the Best and biggest programs in i Wells playing airtight All the the history of Albert Lea is planned name proved too much for the pack by tile various committee in charge Era. Being an off Day for the locals on that Day. And unable to connect with the a map 1 his one big Day is becoming More pie at the right time and the errors 1 popular each year amongst the work Wade by a few players caused Kiel of the various crafts and Albert i Bert i Tea s defeat. In the first inning Lea not to in outdone will have w with a Man on second and third big Parade at to o clock a. In. By the Quot Butch John Ain made a remarkable different local unions and other running catch robbing Wells of a Bor sympathizers. Clean hit. Stevens played his usual the committee in charge of the a Good game at first base grabbing rude reports great Success in obtain everything within reach which is saying floats from the various by iness ing a Mouthful a there were Many firms of the City. The different in wild throws to first. Ions Are planning on uniforms of altogether discounting the their working regalia and a prize a errors Tho game a both pitchers on Albert Lea s part clean and a a Peppy working Good. The locals Hae some foal Good Stock in their team at the present and under the Able management of capt. Gates who is giving the team a workout every Day should make this tile crack club of Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa and Tho fans would like to see a return game with Wells in the near future. Next sunday August is the locals will take on the fast Blooming Prairie team and the manager Lehmann promises this to he a Victory for the packers. If you want to see a real game sell your Hammer and buy a Horn come out and boost the local club. Foreign War vets hold state picnic St. Paul Minn., aug. 18�?the annual state picnic of the veterans of foreign wars of the u. S. Will be held at Antler spark Minnesota sunday August 22. Lot or. Medure. Three judges who Are unknown Are to be stationed some to or. And mrs. Grant Balm at the Nae a Hospital mom la it morning. Mother and child Are doing Fine. A a a or. And mrs. Earl Tingle arrived from their Home at Detroit midi., a Farmers will soon be in need of Bourn for use this fall and Many sales result each year from showing at the fair. You will do Well to pick out your show prospects now and separate them from the rest of the Herd land in Canada $10 round trip. Mike stupa Majestic hotel Albert Lea. For sale�?6 registered red polled bulls age from to months to 2 years old. Also registered Poland China boar and gilts. Call or write Fred j. Just. Emmons Minn. R. I for Sale by William and Ernest Hintz Alden Minn., 1530 Mogul kerosene tractor in Good condition. A suitable for threshing and silo filling. Six Bottom plow goes with engine or will sell separate. For Sale or Exchange in the famous red River Valley. I own some very Choice Well improved farms in Pembina Ami Walsh counties North Dakota. I am closing out this season from to $150.00 per acre varying according to location and improvement Good term. John l. Little Crafton n. Dak. A a a it pay to save. Deposit your savings in the saving department of the Albert Lea state Bank and receive five per cent interest every six month.-. A a a or a Henry Harrison Ami son Erwin of Skinny Valley arrived in this City saturate evening Ami Are visiting relative and friends. A Oscar Jen on and brother de. A Coni pained by mrs. Ted Hill and son Arthur motored to the twin cities monday returning tue Day. A a a the o. M. Peterson and we. B. Bjornstad families motored to Mankato sunday and enjoyed a picnic lunch in Sibley Park a a a miss Martha Frydenlund returned a to her Home in Hayward monday j morning after visiting relatives in the City u few Days. A a a iou May by the Lucky Winner of till Trade Ico acres of land in one of the Many Beautiful cups to be n. Jdc. For City property or will take Given away in prizes at the Freeborn a car assert Trade Ami term to suit county fair August 31, sept. It 2nd the Pur Chaher on the balance this and 3rd. Farm is improved and a snap if taken a a a at once. Address 629 Ruble ave mrs. H. In Christenson and Chil Arthur o. Mayland. A run of Thorne n. D., arrived Sun Day noon for in extended i it at the lice Ned auctioneer a Date Home of or Mother mrs. J. C. Hee your Sale Early and get the Best Ait service. H. A. Trogstad a phone 391-j r. F. No. 2, Albert Lea Minn. Or. Ami mrs. Oscar l. Olson Ami on accompanied by miss selia Gul Liek on motored up from Decorah la., and Are guests at the or. Gulickson Home. A a a or. And mrs. W. C. Jenson and son Leland of this City accompanied by or. Und mrs. Jen Paul on of Crdal left saturday by automobile for Vve Brook Minn., where they visited a the end Rig on Amilie they returned mom la night. A in m it of May in the Lucky Winner of one of the Manj Beautiful cups to be ten away in prizes at the Freeborn county fair August 31, sept. 1st 2nd and 3rd. A a it pays to sate. Deposit your savings in the saving department of the Albert Lea state Bank and receive file per cent interest every six months. Pend u month vacation it the hoim., in it i Ivet pm care and extra of the latter smother mrs. Evelyn 1, a a to me of Are go Dame. No to witness the largest and Best exhibit of Swine you have Ever seen at our fair before. Everything indicates a 1.000 Binh poultry exhibit this year Ami this is one of the Mot Ami Atli Active tilings of the whole show. The additional classes for Breeding pin Ami flocks showed attract the fanciers this year. Some Nice Silver Loving cups Are awarded this year be whore along the line of March i so it is up to the organization to be i up Ami at Mem during the Parade in order to be successful in winning the prize. There will be music galore by a 30 piece band and a big drum corps. A picnic dinner will be held immediately after the Parade at Tny Lair grounds. The salvation army j will be at the grounds to serve then famous Lunette and Coffee and without doubt will prove a great treat to tile enormous crowd. Ice Cream soft drink and other re-1 May be obtained at the stands of the Albert Lea trades and i labor As Embly. The committee in charge have been very in obtaining Good speakers for the afternoon program. The principal speaker of the Day will be Apt. Geo. H. Mutton of Minneapolis. Quot Apt. Mallon is one of general Pershing one Hundred heroes and one of the most decorated soldiers who served during the world War. Capt. Mallon has a splendid labor rec chiropractic for your health s nut re Way to health is the he to Way. Chiropractic spinal adjust 5 s ment Are natural ufos ten Tiftic and produce permanent Good ice be suits in 90 per cent of All forms of diseases s let me explain How this wonderful science will help you. Consulta 5 5 Tion and spinal analysis free. S r. L. Nelson d. C. I a Palmer school graduate chiropractor r office hours to a. In. To 12 rn., i to 4 and 7 to 8 p. In. 3 s 327-37 Home investment bldg. Phone 596 Albert Lea Minn a no Bugle Call who warn you of a Tornado or fire if it did what could you do you might run for a Safe place hut you can to take the House. You can. However secure Protection against damage. Would you rather have the sympathy of friends or Strong insurance Agency Cash your an wer May depend upon whether you act today or tomorrow. Be sure instead of sorry. Insure at once. Confer immediately with the Strong insurance Agency. The Agency noted for service that satisfied and insurance that protects. The Strong insurance Agency Quot the Agency of services Julius e. Nelson prop. Ord und has no doubt fought As Many ides the Cash Money. Go into your i f ,. Battles for the workers in the state of Minnesota As he did Over seas fighting for democracy. Before and after the speaking there will be plenty of music and entertainment for All. A special invitation is extended to the Farmers to Lay aside their tools and bring their families with them to attend this picnic and help make it flock today and pick out some of Yout Best and get them ready for the fair. Six Pope you Don t win this year. You will learn More about the game which will enable you to do better another year. All cannot win but everybody can Benefit through Tho information to be had from studying the winners Ami talking with fellow breeders. Inato a one of the big and beneficial or. Und mrs. H. F. Wittmer and laughter Harriet who with others Nave been camping and i Liing at Lutc a Jet Quot , a a Quot a us tor. T two we a or. And mrs. Chas. Lembke to leave Albert Lea soon feature of the fair. Poultry entree will to received up until to of clock wednesday morning september 1st the other clares of live Stock Cloe August 20th. But then after All leaving aside the thought of All pet Ona Benefit Why you get into the fair heart and soul and As Sist in keeping up the reputation we now enjoy of maintaining the biggest or. And mrs. Chas. And lest a Little Lair in the North we it. One grand and glorious Day. A Complete program and lint of March will be published in a later Issue of this paper. Others w to March in the Parade in Bodie should communicate with de. Hawes. Marshal of the Day. Horse races at Albert Lea Minn. August 31, sept. 1,2,3,1920 $4,000.00 purse Money september i september 2 september 3. 2 17 Trot. 2 22trot 2 13 Pace. 2 25 Pace 2 17 Pace 2 27 Trot Iner and get result. Or. Bernt Odegaard physician and surgeon office open August 15th Broadway theatre bldg. Room 3 or. J. A. Schultz 404 Home investment bldg. Eye. Ear nose a Throat Albert Lea Minn. Phone 1058-r c Christensen a Nelson livery and taxi 307 a main St. Albert Lea Minn. returned Home sunday night. A a or. And mrs. Guy Moore and son Bobbie and or. And mrs. Frank Reese left tuesday for Waterville where they will spend the next ten Day camping and fishing. A a a m in a. K. Hove and daughter Catherine left morning for Sioux Falls s. D., where they will visit relative for a couple of weeks. A a a mrs. John g. Godley and granddaughter Ruth Countermine and sister mrs. Conners and daughter Margaret motored to the twin cities tuesday. A a a m in. Fred Hubbard and two daughters of of age la., arrived in this City tuesday and will spend a few Days visiting at the John p. Larson Home on 5th St. Friends and neighbors of old time residents give them cheerful sendoff Quot vie present crisis a a Harbeck will move to Minneapolis soon 76 entries have been booked for this meet the big Freeborn county fair Dayan night program during the struggle against the slave owners who a re the interests of eighty years ago James Russell Lowell wrote Quot the present his line apply to the St Rug. Kle tiie people of Minnesota North Well party on or. Awl or. Lembke an. Other Kari Fultun Laute Wuu will soon leave tor Bouk Center. A Tate the Vesta. Interest of mmn., where they will make their Sundy afternoon August 13th a number of friends and relative gathered at the Home of c. Lembke on l. A Illinois St. Tile event being a fare bring your family Day at the Freeborn and spend the where future Home with their son Henry. The guests brought Well filled baskets and a luncheon a served about five of clock. Or. And mrs. Lembke was presented with a sum of Money As a remembrance from their Many Friend and neighbors in Freeborn county. Or. And mrs. Lembke came Over from Germany in 1864, settled in Illinois and lived there for fourteen years they moved to Minnesota in 1878 and lived on their farm in Freeborn county up to 1899 when they old their farm and moved to Albert Lea. Or. Lembke was a very successful the Challenge in county fair j Farmer and the Many friends of sir. 0. W. Hanson Washington Street phone 1108 veterinary we Weld anything guaranteed work. Carbon burning. Prompt service. Albert Lea welding co. 1$9 so. Newton St. dry cleaning i Hoe repairing. And Quality your parcel Busine sol in Ted. A est Clark Street. J. P. Johnson tailor August 31, sept. 1st, 2nd and 3ra. Too t. J. Sim and Joe Smith arrived in the City saturday night from their Long Western automobile trip. They made the journey in or. Simeus car and covered 6,898 Miles of territory. They report a very enjoyable trip. A a a you will find the Dyckman Minneapolis convenient to the shops Heaters and Points of interest. Reasonable rate. The elizabethan room and the Coffee shop of the Dyckman Are Ideal places to Dine a adv. A a fall hats Are now arriving and ready for inspection of the most critical buyers. A shapes and colors for matrons misses and children. Also a Large assortment of feathers pins and ornaments for remodelling. Come Early and get first Choice. Margaret Robinson Emmons Minn., i a adv. Again present Day. Does not his strike a chord breast a once to every Man and nation conic the moment to decide in the strife of truth with falsehood for the Good or evil Side some great cause gods new Messiah offering each the Bloom of blight Ami the Choice goes by forever a twixt that darkness and that Light then to Side with truth is Noble when we share her wretched Cru to Ere her cause bring Fame and profit and a tis prosperous to b just then it is the Brave Man chooses while the Coward stands aside doubting in his abject spirit til i lord is crucified and the multitude make virtue of the Faith they had denied. Or. And mr.-. Charles Harbeck und daughter do rot by win soon leave this City and move to Minneapolis where they will make their future Home. The family have been residents of Albert Lea for the past ten years or More and their Many friends will regret to hear of them leaving. Or. Harbeck has been employed As pre Man at one of the local printing offices of tills City for the Pat ten year and about a month ago resign your cd and accepted a similar position at tile Minneapolis daily news. Charles a already got to work at 9 9 4 a a. The big printing establishments and a a writes that he like the change first wonderful live Stock show fireworks and air planes see the double Parachute drop 2,000 feet Charles City municipal band rate. Mrs. Harbeck and daughter will leave the latter part of next week for their new Home. i arse Kef pm the Mvi is acc str Cau Arni mrs Lembke regrets to see them leave after 44 years of pleasant Friendship. Those present at the Surprise party from out of town were or. And mrs. Shocko or. And mrs. Louis hints or. And mrs. Will pfahning or. And or. He by Phahom and family Alt i Harf thou chosen. O my people a a a a fro or. Cd or. L. J. Who. Purty thou huh tend Ost Aud family or. Sod mrs. John Ere the doom from in Wurn Doppelhammer and family from twin lakes or. And or. Chas. Reim and family or. And mrs. Henry Quot a a Dakotas will at. Shakes the dust against our land Quot appreciation when we opened our doors to the Public we started out with the determination to sell our customers the very Best in our line at s the lowest prices. We decided to sell the choicest meats and poultry at prices generally asked for the Tower grades. Ibis would mean shaving our profits to the minimum and to depend on an unusual urge volume of business. And we have made Good hut for one reason Only the people of Albert Lea have made it possible. We desire in this Way to thank the Many who helped to make a Jjo Success of a meat Market of this order and to demonstrate the fart that it is possible to sell the Quot Best Only Quot at the Quot lower = prire.9 we shall continue As we have begun Fred mrs. Art Klaus All or. And or. P. A. Emmons m an from Alden and Peterson from tend Law conference a Man who is suffering from in pared eyesight Carnot enjoy life until he gets the proper glasses. We Delin or to All parts of the City by March n. D., aug. 18�? Hugh. E. Willis Dean of the College of Law \ North Dakota University and associate Justice r. H. Grace of the j j state supreme court Are commission i ii or. G. A. Stevenson Eye ear nose and Throat specialist or. G. K. Stevenson assistant re to represent North Dakota at the eyesight specialist Home investment annual uniform state Laws conference building Albert Lea . Tomorrow at St. Louis. Or. G. A. Stevenson Eye ear nose and Throat specialist j or. G. A Stevenson assistant Home investment building m Clark Street he eat Mark Olson amp Dusbabek props. A phone 15 Albert Lea Mina

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