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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday August 26, 1920 Albert Lea examiner Page five league leaders take Case to High court entertainments galore at fair Here is your Chance to get a new Ford news about the City and county of interest to Young and old Minneapolis special a attorneys for a. Townley president of the nonpartisan league and Joseph Gilbert league lecturer today appealed the conviction of the two leaders to the state supreme court. Townley and Gilbert were found guilty on a state charge of disloyalty in a court presided Oer by judge Dean at Jackson Minn. Recently judge Dean refused to Grant the defendants a new trial. Exactly 1s9 errors were cited in the Appeal document alleging prejudice unfairness by the presiding Justice. Denial by judge Dean of town Ley s right to address the jury in his own lie half after he had dismissed his attorneys and refusal by judge Dean of evidence to impeach the states Star witness against whom the defendants had what was held to be conclusive proof of false statements on the witness stand. One of the principal errors cited in the Appeal papers is the exclusion by judge Dean of All evidence to prove the loyalty of Townley and Gilbert. Robert Nappie returned Home Fri Day after spending four weeks visiting relatives in Minneapolis. J. A. Fuller left monday night for Milwaukee where he will attend the National photographers convention. American legion to raffle Brand new car at the county fair county fair association enthusiastic for the big event is now published in Minneapolis miss Meredith Calkins left wednesday for a weeks visit with relatives and friends in Minneapolis. E. Gaylord of Huron s. D., spent a few Days last week visiting at the or. M. L. Head Home. The local Post of the american legion ave a very unique Way of supplying you with your travelling conveyance and Ull you have to do is to get one of the numbers for a Dollar. Is it Worth it just take a look at the machine and see. A Brand new Ford is to be Given to the Lucky Holder of the number to be drawn by three judges. Tickets have already been placed on Sale and with the Rush of business anticipated at the fair it is a Safe bet that the car will be turned Over to the owner at the close of the fair. Just As soon As the tickets have been disposed of the drawing will take place at the Roadway theatre by judges selected from each of the three newspapers in the City. If you want to be in on ibis in. Chine get in line Early. You have just As Good Chance of winning this Tine Ford As the other fellow and at the same time you Are giving the local boys of the legion your support. Would t you like to drive this Ford Home with you when the fair closes on september 3rd? it is the biggest bargain you Ever had. You know Lizzie never fail you. This one will Surpri a you. If you have not yet subscribed to the Star do it now j. Tarvestad is moving from his Home on fourth to his new Home on James Street. Or. And mrs. L. O. Isackson returned Home saturday night from therr weeks Outing at Chis ago i Ake. Boost the Freeborn county fair by bringing the Best you have August 31, sept. Int 2nd and 3rd. Leave your subscript Ion at the examiner office miss Margaret Bergen returned sunday night from a week end visit with friends in Winona. Mrs. Tito. Speltz and daughter in Aurinda Are visiting relatives and friends in Winona. Or. And mrs. A. J. Soren on Manchester were callers in this monday. 11111111111111111111 n 1111111111111111111111111111 n 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111 1 chiropractic for your health i s natures Way to health is the Best Way. Chiropractic spinal adjust. 2 e meets Are natural Safe scientific and produce permanent Good re a a suits in 90 per cent of All forms of diseases. 2 let me explain How this wonderful lie Nee will help you. Consulta i s Tion and spinal analysis free. 2 r. L. Nelson d. Palmer school graduate chiropractor e office hours to a. In. To 12 rn., i to 4 and 7 to 8 p. In. A 5 327-37 Home investment bldg. Phone 596 Albert Lea. Mian = the Frank Reese and Guy Moore families returned tuesday afternoon after a weeks Outing at Waterville. Boost the Freeborn county fair by bringing the Hest you have August 31, sept. Isl 2nd and 3rd, _ a a a Baa mrs. La c. Mcmillin and children returned saturday from Rushford Minn., where they have let Een visiting mrs. Mcmilleni a parents. For your interest. The Albert Leil state Bank will pay you five per cent or All time deposits. Mrs. P. Peterson of Northfield visiting her daughter mrs. Will Archon on North Broadway. Mrs. John a Kerns returned to her Home in Washington d. C., saturday having spent several weeks visiting at the Home of her sister. Or. W. H. Walker of this City. It pays to save. Deposit your savings in the saving department of the Albert Lea state Bank and receive five per cent interest every six months. Or. And mrs. S. Braeger and family of Clear Lake. La., Are spending a few Days at the Oscar Madison Home South Broadway. So Bugle Call will warn you of a Tornado or fire if it did what could you do you might run for a Safe a face but 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 answer 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 satisfies and insurance that protects. The Strong insurance Agency a the Agency of service j Cli us e. Nelson prop. The funeral services Over the remains of mrs. J. P. Sorenson was held tuesday from the Home at one of clock and from the Dane Baptist Church at two o clock. Interment a made in the ii Arctan i cemetery. Miscellaneous for Sale or. Stewart and family who have been enjoying an automobile trip through Northern Minn Ota und Wisconsin returner Home toe Day. Too or. And mrs. Jake Nelson Ami three children returned sunday night from Zumbrota where they have let Een visiting at the Lars Ronnigan Home. Policy for Sale top buggy. Bargain at $30. Inquire of Barney Meyer Albert i a. It. 4. Salesman shot in resisting robbers. Hold a combination auction Sale at East Clark Street on saturday sept. 4th. who have articles to bring to this ale can list same with us by calling 391-j. H. A. Trog Tad and we. E. Svendsen. Auctioneers. Watertown. S. Young men giving Iowa As their Home were arrested in connection with the wounding of j. F. Bryant of this City a travelling Salesman for a Sioux fulls company. They were found by searchers on the Rauville Road where they had tire trouble with their automobile. The men said they purchased the car at Albert Lea Minn and were without funds. Bryant was shot while re i Ting being held up. His assailant was Cen to enter a car which was driven off by a second Man who had remained with the car. For Sale so acres two Miles North of Glenville on Jefferson Highway. Inquire of Leif Gulbrandson. For sale�?-6 registered red polled bulls age from to months to 2 years old. A no registered Poland China boar and gilts. Call or write f. V. , err Mons Minn. R. I Are you going Freeborn county fair August 31, september 1,2,3 Albert Lea Minnesota for Sale by William and Ernest hints Alden Minn., 1530 Mogul kerosene tractor in Good condition. Suitable for threshing and silo filling. Six Bottom plow goes with engine or will sell separate. Yow will find the by Carnan Minneapolis convenient to the shops Heaters and Pointe of interest. Reasonable rate. The elizabethan Boom an-1 the Coffee shop of the by Carnan Are Ideal places to . Mrs Rorvick and daughter Hora of Northfield mrs. Lewis ack and and two children visited at the j. O. Jordahl Home tuesday afternoon. For Sale of Exchange in the famous red River Valley. I own some very Choice Well improved farms in Pembina and was a counties North Dakota. I am closing out this season from $85.00 to $150.00 per acre varying according to location and improvements Good terms. John l. Little Grafton n. Dak. Absolutely the Best this year in its history. More and better live Stock. Largest list of race horses. The Best program of free acts you have Ever witnessed. Mammoth display of fireworks. Pony races. Live Stock Parade. Boys and girls club exhibit. Farmers club exhibits. A packed Midway. Music each Day and evening by the Charles City municipal band. Will you help swell the crowd to 10,000 each Day air planes and Parachute drops at 2,000 feet. You la be sorry if you miss it. Cash premiums and Silver cups galore 0. M. Peterson pres. N. J. Whitney. Sec. To Fere will be u Farmer meeting in he Hall at Lunger in monday evening August 30, at 8 30. Come and bring your families. Arnold anti Clarence Hal vol on and daters drove up from Marengo Iowa. Tuesday and visited their i Ter mrs Ilc in a ii on on Ruble ave. Will Trade Ico acres of land in n. Dale for City property or will take Axar As part Trade and terms to suit the Zwir cheer on the balance this farm is to proved and a snap if taken at once. Address c25 Ruble ave Arthur o. Mayland. A Man who is suffering from impaired eyesight cannot enjoy life until he gets the proper glasses. Else Gudvie eni Tad and Iva Mahachek returned tuesday evening after a Fey Day visit in the twin Cit in and Stillwater. Licensed auctioneer a Date your sales Early and get the Best service. H. A. Trogstad a phone 391-j r. F. No. 2, Albert Lea Minn. I or. G. A. Stevenson i Eye ear nose and Throat specialist or. L k. Stevenson assistant f Home investment building i so the people May know shipper of livestock along the Northwestern line West of Mankato Are beginning to investigate an Ord raid to have been issued by the freight traffic manager of Liat Road. The order relates to tile routing of Lve Tock consigned to the Farmers terminal packing company at Newport directing shipments to that Point routed by the Way of Winona. Just what the object of the railway officials is my t be conjectured but to a Man up tilt tree it look like queer business. Newport is located a few Miles from St. Paul on three main Lints of railway and tile distance from Mankato is it s than too Miles. Under tile new routing order Stock would travel to Winona some 180 mile eat and then Northwest again Over to Miles travelling a total distance of 300 mile to reach a Point lits than 200 Miles away shippers Are asking the question what justification can the Railroad company have in issuing an order of that kind. Wily should Stock be shunted along on tile rails for 300 Miles when the destination could be j reached by travelling less than too i of course someone might say that i the swifts and armours at South St. Paul have an agreeable working under Landing with the Railroad officials. Suffice it to say that the terminal packing company at Newport is a cooperative concern the Stock being by the Farmers and shippers and if lit should happen that livestock routed in the manner outlined above should arrive at the Market in a dilapidated condition Why Armour and Swift Ould not be the loser anyway. We done to know whether the order referred to has the Sanction of the state railway and warehouse commis sum but it would not Surprise us if even that August body made things Ai uncomfortable As possible for any Farmer owned institution of its % great country and a great state a and we own it too but the gang of manipulators now at the Helm Are running both to suit themselves and not for the Benefit of its Mankato Minn news. Rev. Martin returned tuesday evening from Wilmar where he attended the Luther league convention which was held there. Bring your family and spend he Day at the Freeborn county fair August 31, sept. Int 2nd and 3rd. If you have anything you want to sell try a want and in the examiner and get re Cults. Orton Jen on of Billing. Mon who has been visiting for the past two week at the Home of Iii. Parent or. And or. Win. Jen min South of the City left monday noon for Minneapolis where he will spend a few Days with friends lie foie returning to his work at Billing. Mrs. O. G. Gale and daughter or Frank Liddle of this City and or. A f. Rice of Minneapolis left wed next Day for a visit at Kalama Iowa or. Bernt Odegaard physician and surgeon office open i nth Broadway theatre bldg. Room 3 there will be a Farmers meeting in the Hall at longer on monday evening August 3 1, at 8 3 1. Louie and bring your families. For your interest. The Albert Lea state bunk will pay you five per cent on All time depo it it. Or. And i -. Walter t. Martin Are the proud Parent of a baby boy born sunday morning at their Home on Ermina Street. This is the thin child in the family. Moto Milker or. J. A. Schultz 404 Home investment bldg. Eye. Ear nose amp Throat Albert Lea Minn. I s Albe daughter of or. Ami mrs. A. B. Frost48 Lincoln ave., was wedded to Irv ing Temple of Roseau county Minn., saturday afternoon by judge a. Vav. John on. The Groom is employed at the american Gas machine co. Tile Yong couple Krill live at the Frost Home this Wanter. There will be a Farmers meeting i the Hall at longer on monday evening August so at 8 30. Come and bring your families. Or. And mrs. E. G. Lnger Brit in and daughter Inez and on Kenneth left for their Home in Minneapolis monday after visiting relatives and friends Here the past ten Days. Is a it pays to save. Deposit your savings in the saving department of the Albert Lea state Bank and receive five per cent interest every six months. Electric no installation cows like it phone 1058-r Christensen amp Nelson livery and taxi 307 a main St. Albert Lea Minn. Arthur Hanson who was operated upon at the Naeve Hospital about a week ago is getting along nicely but will be confined to the Hospital about two weeks yet. Electric Milker ousted assemblymen Given re nomination 0. W. Hanson Washington Street phone 1108 veterinary for 8 to 20 cows this wonderful new Milker is ready to be when unbowed. No pipe line nor engine necessary. It milks 2 cows at a time. One Man alone can milk a 15 cow Hen in about 45 minutes. Let one Man do ail your milking. You will save Over $300 a year in wages. 730 times a year it relieves you of an hours unpleasant work. And what is it Worth to you to have your hired help problem solved uses compressed air to que the the teats and action to such out the milk. Gentle and comfortable to the cow and in most cases increases their milk yield. Has the patented Sharpie teat cups that Are in daily use on Over 1,000,000 cows. Portable need no instal Tat Ion let us end you toe Booklet dial describes the sharpies Meto milk or. Contains users letters. New York tile five new York socialist assemblymen who were ousted from the state legislature have been renominated and will fight for reelection it the special election on september 16, it was announced Here tonight by the county committee of the socialist party. Tile committee of forty eight will support Hie socialist ticket in tile districts represented by the ousted assemblymen according to Julius Gerber Secretary treasurer of the committee. O. H. Skaug or. And mrs. Charles r. Olson and son Wilbur returned to Albert Lea tuesday evening after a two weeks Outing at Lake Ida. The trip was made by Auto. We Weld anything guaranteed work. Carbon burning prompt service. Albert Lea welding co. 109 so. Newton St. Or. And mrs. G. Drommer Hau sen Are the proud parents of a nine Pound baby boy born saturday morning at the Naeve Hospital. All Folk doing nicely. The sharpies Mote Milker s dry cleaning and Quality 5 2 him repairing. Your parcel 5 2 Hist business billeted. 140 2 2 veal Clark Street. Or. I. W. Truesdell of Ashville n. Y., is visiting at the Home of her Cousin mrs. Frank Baker on Bridge Street. Arthur Hewitt or. A grandson who a been visiting at the Baker Home since last june will return to Ashville with or. Truesdale a. Nelson motor sales co. 130-136 West main St. Albert i Tea Minnesota or. G. A. Stevenson Eye ear nose and Throat specialist. Or. G. In. Stevenson assistant eyesight specialist Home investment building Albert Lea Minn. A if. Tailer a Mem in in a

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