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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday. December 16, 1920 Albert Lea examiner race Kue Honey Dew Honey Bee loss material contains much indigestible matter which fills intestines of bees in Winter. News about the City and county of interest to Young and old miss Mildred Hanson arrived Home monday after spending a month visiting relatives and friends in Duluth and Minneapolis. The pretence of Honey Dew Honey eat and heavy mortality among bees last Winter. Francis j Ager head of rite division of Bee culture at University farm says that Honey Dew is gathered by Boe mostly from Oak or u a mrs la on Lovelace the Trees hot at times from Maples and a. I a i., a. A a a a he ,l in the hive by it. Pm a re a a of a a a by Quot 1 Rock Black color at heir Home on Vine Street. This is a Honey Dew hooey a adds the Bee the first child in the family division chief a contains much incl yes Tible material which fills the intes. A a. Tin of he. Turin the Winter con a a a. 1 la Quot la it mrs. Charles Pratt died sunday morning Fin ement. Causing a condition ended dysentery. To overcome this it is necessary that the beekeeper feed his bees for Winter stores at least ten pounds of sugar syrup or White Honey after the Brood rearing season. Bees will store this wholesome food in the Brood chamber where they will use it str to. When they reach the Honey Dew Honey next Spring they will use it for raising Brood. Buttermilk Cement paint formula Given is recommended As having Given Good satisfaction a will turn water. Samuel s. Stockwell evening for Venice. Cal., where he is pets to make i Home with i Ai Ter. Mrs. Wonley. A e grandma tulle of Bancroft visited Over sunday at Tho Home of her daughter mrs. The Hingham. Tiu so. Washington Street. A a a mrs. Ii. F. Hanson is confined to her Home on South Mudi a in Street suffering with a serious attack of heart trouble. Mrs. Charles Pratt passed away at her Home 102 first Avenue West last sunday morning. Saturday she attended tile m. E. Dinner and Sale and also done some erne shopping in the afternoon. On her Way Home she was taken sick and topped at the w. P. Farnum Home where a doctor was culled and later a taken to her Home. She had offered a stroke which a them it of her death. Boy 13 years old drowns in Fountain Lake Wallace son of or. And mrs. Will Osmundson victim while skating Nunda sunday visitors at the Christ Yost Home. Or. And mrs. Fred Bunse and son. William or. And mrs. Steve Yocum were callers saturday evening at Earnest Jenson a. Or. And mrs. Henry Schewe and family were guests sunday at Gen. A Emery a. Or. And i. Frank enteric Ewing gained company from Albert Lea hat Yost this url a evening. Miss Florence finery spent the at the Henry while skating on Fountain Friday evening Wallace the thirteen year old on of or. An or. Will of mud son was drowned. In spit of his Parent warning to she is survived by her husband three a a Oft the ice Wallace together daughter and a on. The Funera a held wednesday afternoon at 2 30 o clock at the family Home. Rev. Koch of the fir to m. K. Church and a. J. Hoag pastor of the first Baptist Church officiated. In Wilh his companion. Clarence Phil Brook left the Osmundson Home shortly after even of clock in the evening. After Kating about Catherine Island for some time the grew More daring Kating Aero to the Camino. Or. And mrs. I oui Leonhardi were business callers in Albert Lea last wednesday. Or. And mrs. Fred buns or. And mr.-. Steve Yocum were business callers in Albert Lea lat thursday. Or. An i mrs. Henry Yost an i a laughter were Albert Lea Hopper saturday. Miss Annetta Peterson for Are aunt mrs. L. J. Week miss Catherine Jenson returned week end visiting Home saturday from Mankato where Schewe Home. Lie i attending school. Mis is not in very Good health. Or. And mrs. I. J. Yost attended the Urphie at the Knute Sveen Home sunday evening in Honor of or. And or Melvin Sveen. Or. And mrs. August Nim were or. And or. John Doppelhammer motored to Albert Lea saturday afternoon and took in the movies. Or. Win. Menge Ami daughter Ella were by in. Callet in Albert Lea Friday. Call and Cirl Lvii Kef Jwj Lul when in need of hardware and harness plumbing and heating. I can install a Furnace for you that will give perfect satisfaction. All work guaranteed. A. W. Mills Alden. Minn. Subscribe for the examiner the farm implement company was closet wednesday in Honor of Horace rec e. Dodge whose funeral a held at 2 of clock wednesday. Or. Dodge of the do Edge in. Motor works. A a a torment a made in the Grac Ostad they started to Kate Fror i the Casino cemetery wet of the City. To Merrill a Bay. Wallace a in the those from it it the City who Tat. I and of lag to the fog could were Here to attend the funeral Are nil m>0 to Lunger he was nearing. Or. Ami mrs. Leon Pratt and dough h plunged into the opening which i the following paint recipe is commended As having Gicu Good sat faction three pounds of Cement Are added to a gallon of Buttermilk and thoroughly mixed a larger Quantity can he made by using the same proportions. Donald the on of or. And mrs. Tills paint dam he applied soon yjutf0 Striler underwent an operation after it is filled and stirred fro. # a a a a in at the Naeve Hospital monday for Quentlyn otherwise the Cement will Kettle to the Bottom. The paint will the removal of his tonsils. He is get dry in about six hours and turns a Ting along nicely. Ter effectively. It i adapted for out a a a Side use and on old weather beaten miss Tonnetti Larson who has surfaces. It does not give a very gins. Snob. Bolt Homo no. To be n a Quot 1 by where a especially neat Job la de Home for tii past month left a inured. Day for her Home at Madison. Win a a her sister Bertha who came to Albert Salesman wanted live wire i a a with her will take up at Salesman with cur to take Agency the Naeve Hospital. Freeborn county with Headquarters a a a Elbert Lea. Commission proposition the Friend Ami neighbor of or. Of Merit. Good Opportunity for Hust and mrs. C. F. Nelson surprised Lei. Oils greases and soaps Large them at their Home on Sun it ave. Ter of Chadron neb., George Ratt of Pipestone or. And or. Charles Kerns of a tin. # i Dot. County farm Bureau news i by Ben is. Rick. Co. Agent Farmers club Onger on Friday night. December 10th a Farmers club was organized at Conger. Miss Linda Steele teacher in dist. 140, arranged a very entertaining program. The program consisted of recitations Ami dialog Given by her pupils. After the program the county agent a called Jarn to explain the client Point of a Farmer club. He illustrated the Purpo a of Oil company now operating in this tuesday evening the timing territory. State experience age ref their tenth wedding anniversary. The pm re cub Vry by prov a Tenet Ami a he care of Exa finer. Miscellaneous for Sale for Sale one registered Berkshire Bour. I year Obi. Price reason aide phone or write Alfred sever on Manchester. Mina. Guest brought with and several pre ent. Lunch baskets ing that Rural communities need such in organization for Cial and educational Purpo a. After the subject was presented a vote a taken to Rev. Arid mrs. J. Al Myrvang of a Ltd. Whether the Community was in a Northwest of the City Are rejoicing Vor of a Farmer a club. The vote was Over the arrival of a baby girl. Is in unanimous. Or. Burney Steele of wednesday morning at the Naeve Conger then elected a president Hospital. There Are two other girl. An Ltd Arthur Goethe us Secretary or for Sale pure bred boars. Priced to Ell. C. A. Krueger. Albertia a route it Phi me t. S. La 09-j. Lor Sale Moo a by owner. Her ire real bargains look it up. I i just the place for retired Farmers v to like to have u Cut a Ami horse. It tout i 13 acre on Jefferson High Way auth. Come in and talk it or at once. Call t 8, ii w after 6.30 r write g. Groo Bolf. Altar a a mini. Then Are two other and a boy in the family. Mother and child Are getting atom nicely. For Kent off unequipped in by Vine. Rooms District. Fully cull a i or at the examiner office. Lost tuesday night a beater Dunlap hat. Finder return to e. U. Joni us e. William six Ete or. Bernt Odegaard physician and surgeon i office open August loth Broadway theatre bldg. Room 3 i or. J. A. Schultz 104 Home investment bldg. I exp bar nose a Throat Albert Lea Minn. Lim i ii at aaa in 0. W. Hanson Washington Street phone 1108 veterinary i at Athau i aaa Ataa aaa aaa a Ai area a we Weld anything guarantee work. Carbo burning. Prompt service. Albert Lea welding co. Iuse. Newton St. The Royal neigh mrs held their regular meeting wednesday evening i it dec. La. At the d. B. S. Hull a but Ines meeting was held with the election of officers. Immediately after the meeting luncheon a cried an1 a Octal time enjoyed. A in tuesday afternoon about Tweh ladies gathered it the Horn of or. I. S. Johnson und Surprise her the occasion timing her birthday Anni vet Ary. Well Fille lunch baskets accompanied the Buttes and a gift which they presented Vav he it w i lies. The afternoon a pent will fancy work Ami Victrola Muic a tile following marriage been we during the a t few Lav by clerk of Coart Spencer Edward to Mina Mabel Christenson Oscar Lyne to miss i i la i till Christian p. Pederson to mi.-. Laura m. Lai a it a. All of Freeborn county Harry Bairn of Freeborn county to min Pearl ethic Swain of . A Mich. Chark by. Stickney s in Burne county to miss Rhea head of Freeborn county Ami Ray Manning to i Joyce Rickey loth a Bremer county Iowa a in sunday evening about it o clock a Bud acc Tient occurred auth it of the Hammer Chou Hou on til Jefferson Highway when an Auto crashed my a driving Rig. N. P Lar it a of Roeland accompanied by i two daughter. Were coming to town. Driving a team of Hor a hitched to a two seated buggy. Omer e Otteson Al of of Kic Elami township driving a Chevrolet was coming to town and was going Al a terrible rate when he hit the rear of the buggy. The occupant were thrown in different directions but were Only lightly bruised and crutches. The horses were Trippe a from their Harnes and the him leg of one of the animals a Cut off Ami had to lie shot. The buggy Wane Carl Steele to a act a treasurer. It was decide to hold the regular monthly meeting on the first wednesday of every Neath. After this by Ine had Lieen disc it eel of a goodly number of Lasket. Were put up at auction am sold to the highest bidder. The bad bet social netted the Community #74.-6a general go time was imported by everybody. We anticipate that i anger will have a very successful a a Armer club because in organization of that Ken i fit own la into a Community ilk the Conger Community i h Ere a no other Lecreca Tionel feature to he want rth of the end of Broadway and Clarence unable to top followed him. Cries of the boy a heard by Raymond Warrington who a near Cherry Street. Or. Warrington with the aul of a Flash Light crawled to the Edge of the opening Ami rescued the Phi i Brook boy who fortunately could swim. Wallace who could not Wim made a desperate struggle for life hut his efforts were All in vain. By this time Many others had arrived on the scene Ami a Rescue party secured a bout from the cum. Which they drugged to the opening. Pike pole Arni other apparatus a use in dragging the Bottom of the opening in an attempt to locate the drowned boy. The party worked almost an hour Ami a half Ami finally or. Porter succeeded in hooking the boys clothing und brought him to the surface. The body was rushed to the Naeve Hospital where hrs. Falken and Schultz together with the nurses did every thing in their Power to bring the boy Back to life but their Effort were useless. The funeral a held monday after no Man at 2 of clock from the Home and 2 30 at the methodist episcopal Church. Rev in f. Loch officiated. Interment a made in the Gra Riund cemetery West of the City. Pickerel Lake mate and Herman Weott arrived Here from Dakota tuesday Ami will visit relatives urn friends in this Vicinity. Or. Ubert Nev Zient a few Days lust week i iting at the Home of her Parent or. Go Oleide Mann. Marie. Arthur. Loui a Arn Dora prices a jewelry must come Down so we take this Means of telling our patrons that we Are giving a discount of 20 per cent on All jewelry excepting Fountain pens we feel our patrons Are entitled to this discount before the holidays. Therefore we Are putting on a special Holiday Sale from december 17th to Christmas eve. Take advantage of our Low prices and save Money at the Villic and j Schneider he mgt Klukow mrs. Tiu to the place of meeting is convenient to Rnjak that nothing Short of a miraculous a 1 client can keep Conger from having at one of a Indium v a Farmer a club in tim diced to a in of wreckage the till till tut i till Huihui Iii Ullin Uto mul a Lenl off 1 embankment there a Quot Quot _ g Ami turned Over onto the Driver. The Driver could not be released until the car was partly lifted. He suffered Only a few bruises a warrant was sworn out and he was arranged in judge Blackmer a court monday afternoon on the charge of reckless driving. He a. Fine $50 and Cost and must Settle for All damages. A a Arm la Lair t his is Peri up the til i time during tin lat year that the farm Bureau a not had order. For lain rerun the farm. Today no in than ii men called it our office inquiring for work. So tic in a a Pahut what the county agent receives in i mail a letter Fri mome Bureau in a Irinealoli anxious to a Mel u labourers annual i Arm Bureau meeting on we one Day Decemb a 22, the annual meeting of the for Thorn counts farm Bur a will be held at the by Ine. Menus l.4agu� rom in the Home inv tent hut Diing the Post offic. Them eting will Tain promptly at 12 00 o clock with a farm Bureau banquet an inter Ting program has been arranged for Ami the annual election of officer will take place at that tune Vav expect no in. Than three Hundred farm Bureau members to take advantage of this Opportunity to familiarize themselves More fully with the work of the Freeborn county farm Bureau association. Special invitations an now in the mail a King you to return a Post card Oas to give us some idea As How Many will lie present at the banquet will you urn on Paul All the Vern. Schneider Home sunday. A number from Thi Vicinity attended the Basket it Nul held in dist. 140 at Clinger lat f riday. Loui a Hen in in Ann culled at tile Henry Schneider Home sunday afternoon. Engli a Emce were held at the German lutheran Church Sun Lay afternoon. Or. Ami or albeit . To to Taim a a number of friends it their hmm sunday or. Henry Schneider Ami on Arthur helped we. Schneider shred Corn lat week 11 i i la i i la huh Hill huh i Lull hit Hill huh s. C. Jenson jeweler b. In t Heater Bilio. Albert Lea Minn. Why Telephone rates must be increased in the inv ligation by the Minnesota Railroad amp warehouse a in of Telephone Revenue and Exen a it was shown that from Jot Pijo commodity Price or living Cost advanced 12 it in the Barile period to phone i Vna it in rat d 7 in tin same a a a it i Teu a mine Revenue in real a Alj m a to dry cleaning and Quality him repairing. Your parcel s it but near Aoi cited. 146 s feet Clark Street. Johnson tailor Short course for women league for Sale registered 0. I c. Spring pics both Mies. Cad or see Christ Fredrickson Bart awl i you will find the Dyekman Minneapolis convenient to the shops Heaters and Pointe of interest. Reasonable rate. The elizabethan room a Short course for women in local government is offered by the University of Minnesota Extension division i in co operation with the Minnesota league of women voter january 24-28# in Minneapolis. The afternoon meetings will be in ._. The Law building at the University and an the. Coif. Shop of the Dyckman th<1 Nwe Tinl 8 m the firm Vii. Are Deal places to dlr a a la. Riun Church cd a it Widuto a --$3.00 and May be reserved with mrs. Or. G. A. Stevenson e. F. West rum. The county Secretary Eye ear nose and Throat special it Albert i a. Int. Or. G. K. Stevenson assistant graduates Are to receive certificates eyesight specialist Home investment authorizing their conducting similar building Albert Lea Mina of. 1 classes in their Home communities. I he Abud Organ an the Lea i complaining is the Eye. Of you area my trouble from that source it is imperative to have your Eye attended to. Or. G. A. Stevenson a and j or. Cd k. Stevenson assistant Eye fair nose and Throat specialist Home investment building Albert Lea Minn. I till la Iii ii ihhhihii11 Iii i his Hill i Hill Iii expert witnesses including business and financial authorities i urn that in to or judgment commodity pric a or living cts which a receded to 14j i in sept Illier i�?~j0, Wouk find a fairly fiend Anent <\1 in left at Juo t Over prices of 191j an Chi while other business Enterprise were advancing their rates from month to month to meet the advancing level of a Pense Telephone Revenue advanced but 29 a to close the Gap cd 42sc Between the increased expense and the present Revenue Ami to a provide a fair rate of return tile to Al Exchange and tot rate Mut in increased. New Money for improvements and extensions cannot lie obtained Lair wag Cann be paid Stakh Ouirt who have lost a Ariy two million us air in dividends already cannot be paid and service cannot be improved unless the Telephone company is to earn a fair return on it investment. Highest Market prices paid for hides furs and . Kini of junk automobile parts and usable tires for Sale Max Gendler Pho for 535-j across from Poa Toffice Albert Lea Minn. J ill the Tri state Telephone and Telegraph company i i i i i by m

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