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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - March 3, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday Mauch 3, 1921 Albert Lea examiner Page three i i a i county farm Bureau news a a Ltd it we by Ben Ali Etc county agent news about the City and county of interest to Young and old mrs Rev. Nervig of new Richland was a visitor in this City wednesday. Your Choice of Spring hats from $4 to $10 at motts 108 St. Mary St. Adv mrs. Peter Tapager of this City spent a few Days last week visiting or. And mrs. Christ Yost at twin lakes. On another Page of Thi will be found Knutson Brand of the numerous articles they have to dispose of at auction Sale tuesday March 8. A a or. Alvin Harrison of Spring Valley Minn arrived in this City wednesday and is visiting at the de Johnsrud Home. About eight of clock wednesday evening the fire boys made a run to the Alen Brundin Home at 610 Park ave., when the roof had caught fire. Owing to the speedy response of the fire boys the flumes were soon under control. The Fin being put out by chemical not much damage was done. Your Choice of Spring hats from $4 to $10 at motts 108 St. Mary St. Adv Hardy Friend found guilty of local Man hangs self in basement big farm by Rem Booster meeting today or. J. S. Jones manager of the membership Campaign for the Minnesota farm Bureau federation is Here today with his Crew of to min Eyota Farmers who Are going to solicit memberships in Freeborn county. The Captain of the Crew is or. Schroeder who a very instrumental in farm Bureau membership drives in Iowa. The to men with him Are from various part of this state. This Crew just finished in Mower county and secured 12- h members there in two weeks. All our neighbouring counties now have on an average about 1000 Mem-1 _ hers. Judging from that ratio free mrm mrs John Dopps Lammy or porn county should a Ai out . And or ityo9t a of visa. Many fans enjoyed fast go a he next week s will rive a us a get the k w yet Hom. Ltd w Complete report of their accomplish c Ark Garect we it lne Day evening re. Turning Home thursday morning. Miss Hazel Briggs daughter of or and mrs c. A. Briggs too Park ave., was United in marriage to Robert f. Geissler at 11 30 of clock wednesday morning. Grave offence Quot a it Lisa a charged with criminal abuse against Young local school girl by daughter exclusively banners and Independent elevator risks will be taken up at the three Day session of the Farmers Grain dealers association commencing tuesday. Other topics to be discussed Are Grain freight rates collecting Grain freight claims terminal marketing and Central buying agencies. A. A. Lane Sherwood president is presiding. Age was ments up to that time. Declares slump in prices ruined him boxing match put on by firemen was real fight ing from Start to finish decreased prices for f irm products have forced franc. J. Manvel Shields Ville Rice county Farmer into bankruptcy according to a petition he filed monday morning in Federal court. St. Paul. Manvel sets Forth i assets As $69,780, which include $20,635 in property exempt from bankruptcy my Ilber Slie making a no baskets. I he Albert Lea and Winnebago High school basketball team played in the gymnasium last Friday evening. Albert Lea winning by a score of 22 to 6. The game was slow the first half. Proceedings. He give by liabilities As $47,601, which a borrowed from Banks during 1920 and in january1921. These notes he says he was unable to pay because of the drop in prices. George a. Barton referee at the boxing match last thursday night at the Broadway theater said that Del la Pointe of Minneapolis Defeated his fellow townsman Ray Jones in a rattling Good eight round fight. Tile fight was by far toe bloodiest Ever staged in this City. Both men received terrible punishment i a Pointe suffering a bad Cut Over the left Eye while Jones bled profusely from the nose Ami Mouth. Both men Vian gives wife Glycerine mixture she had stomach trouble for years. After giving her simple Buckhorn bark Glycerine etc., a mixed in Adler i a her husband says a my wife feels Fine now Ami has gained weight. It is wonderful stomach Adler i a act on both upper and lower Bowel removing get us matter which poisoned stomach and which you never thought a in your system. Excellent for a. On the stomach or chronic constipation. Guards against appendicitis. The impurities it brings out w ill Surprise you. Theo. J. Wiele druggist. Adv. Miscellaneous for Sale last Quarter was very interesting the Albert Lea boys showing a lot of Pep. This a the last game that will be played on the local floor before the tournament. A number of neighbor. And friends surprised mrs. Viggo Sorenson at her Home on Bridge Street Friday after plenty of hard hitting. Another exciting Case which has had the attention of court last a that of Manly Friend charged with criminal abuse Avain t Evelyn will of Albert Lea a thirteen year old a Nooi Gin. From Early morning the court room was tilled to capacity with men and women eager to hear the verdict of this Notoris criminal trial. H. H. Dunn and i. H. Ostrander of this City wire attorneys for the Jerense and j. O. Peterson county attorney for the Tate. And never before in the i tory of a criminal Case in this county has there been As much mud slinging and a Battle of words let tween attorneys As was heard in this trial. Many local people were called on the stand to testify and after a1 testimony was in la if. Dunn made his plea for the defense and j. O. Peterson for the state. Judge Catherwood gave his charge to the jury last Friday and at four of clock the same Day the jury brought in a verdict of guilty. From seven to thirty years i. The Henry Johnson 64 years of living at 212 first ave. Wet found hanging by the neck in the basement of his Home tuesday noon. His daughter Mabel upon arriving Home about noon discovered Tho dead body hanging by a Small rope. Ill health is said to have been Tho cause of the act. Or. Johnson has Boon employed for years at the m. Amp St. L. Yards my lately was flagman at the Rui Road crossing on West Clark Street. His of is mourned by sewn children miss Mabel and Pearl both living at Home mr.-. De Winter and mrs. Will Brant of Denver colo., Edward w. Johnson of wisc on in. Of and Paul h. Johnson both living in i hic Ity. The funeral will be hold from the Home Friday afternoon Rev. Koch of the methodist Church officiating. All the children Are expected to be present at the funeral. League makes big showing league must win the next Tate election in Minnesota members were told Here yesterday. A. C. Townley president of the league predicted they will. A we showed a vote of i,.>00,000 in the last election Quot he said. A that Means that we Case three out of every 8 votes in nine Northwest state last he addressed the state convention of the league called Herr today to form policies and campaigns for the current to o years. Quot i Here will be no retrenchment from the league programs an when a he asserted. The National league convention will be held Here later this month with delegates from 13 states. The children of Long ago Are seen in the quaint portraits painted by artists of a Eye Olden to have such a portrait made was the event of a lifetime. J nowadays Many people like to have the Little children photo graphed frequently at regular intervals. Why not adopt this pleasing custom 7 open sunday by appointment Only f a 7 r in f is i x a 1. We a were covered with their own Gore from the fourth round on. Little Benny Vogel of Milwaukee and Benny Mertens of St. Paul a pair of bantamweight put up a Lively mix for eight rounds. This bout was featured by fast boxing and no overproduction in Dairying said Sutton. N. there can never be an Over production Dairying must come to be a leading Industry in North Dakota says fifteen year old miss Lillian Byington who was recently awarded the $25 prize by the North Dakota dairymen a association for the Best essay on a the future of noon the occasion being a Farewell party. Or. And mrs. Sorenson will move in the near future to a farm thre and one half Miles West of the City. Pc social afternoon was spent and a delicious luncheon was served. Tho hostess was presented with a gift in remembrance of her neighbors and friends. One of the Best fights of the night a Furni hed by battling Talle of Albert Lea and Guy Barnes of Rochester. Barnes floored his opponent Early in the first round but Talle came Back gamely and had Barnes in had shape in the second round. From that time on the Battle was nip and tuck affair with first one and then the other having the advantage. Both Ole Peterson who is employed at men Hie profusely from the nose and penalty for this Erious crime. A motion for a new trial a asked the court by Dunn last saturday morning and judge Catherwood will stay execution pending a motion for the Dairy cow in North Dakota. Dairy new trial. Ing should be encouraged she said be Friend who Lias been locked up in cause the county jail Ince the trial has it is essential to Progress of a a secured $5,000 for his bail. Hut is hav Tion establishing efficiency childhood ing a hard time finding a signer for and supporting it in manhood his Bonds. He will not be released it provides a steady income until a signer i found. 1 restores Fertility to soil. A. Modem inventions Are making pos Ible elimination of hired help the shortage of which has grown to be the problem. Dairying demands cooperation. Big Price reductions harness Back to 1914 prices a Good no. I Concord harness a in. Britches at $60.00 Good leather Collar from $5. To $7.00 Canvas collars $2.00 to $3.00. Robert Meyer come and see me. 136 William St Albert Lea Charles Sorenson acquitted by jury for sale�?3 horse weight from ten to fourteen Hun ired. A has. Leim Conger Minn. 8-4t. For Salk i pure Bud Bronze Turkey Tom and 4 hens related. J. S. Mccormack. Rout 2, Box 48. L-5t. For Sale condition. Light Bob Heigh in Good Call 212 or be a. Lofte for Sale houses by owner. Her Are real bargain a look it up. I a just the place for retired Farmers who like to have a cow and horse about i 1-3 acre on Jefferson High Way South. Come in and look it eve it once. Call t. S. 119�?w after 6.30 it a write g. Groothoff Albert Lea Minn. For r e nth office rooms fully equipped in business . Call 618 or at the examiner office. The Albert Lea packing Plant Ami who rooms at mrs. Magnus Louis on Newton Street fell into Fountain Lake Back of the Catholic Church tuesday afternoon. His Erie. For help by some of the resident living on Bridge Street who called the fire boys. Before they reached the Cene or. Peter on had succeeded Ltd getting out. Or. Peter on did not state How it happened that he was on the Lake but it is thought he was looking for a Good place to . Miss Mable daughter of or. And mr.-. Tom Gavle of twin lakes away sunday morning at 6 of clock at the Mayo Hospital at Rochester. Some time ago miss Gavle was taken ick with tubercular Pinai meningitis which a the of her death. Last fall he left this City with the Ruth and Thelma Nelson to enter training at the Hospital. She was Twenty years of amt will be greatly missed among her Many friends. The funeral was held tuesday afternoon at 2 of clock from the lutheran Church at Emmons. Mouth during the closing rounds. It was the writers opinion that the fight was a draw. Battling Hendrick on and Young Kelly local lightweight boxed four fast rounds to a draw in the opener. The show was stage i by the Albert Lea fire department and was put on in big league style. The entertainment was lain off smoothly and there were no delays Between bouts. George a. Barton of Minneapolis refereed. The big boxing event was a big Success from a boxing View As fans say they put on a match that was much better than advertised Anil have had no Call from anybody that wanted their Money Back. Tin boys were somewhat financially disappointed hut blame it to the last match which was More or less an exhibition bout and if the local fans could have been convinced that the attraction a a real mix they no doubt would have turned out much better. The Case of Charles Sorenson charged with Selling butane was up for trial tuesday. Attorney j. O. Peterson appeared for the state and n. E. Peterson made the plea for the . After hearing the plea for both sides the jury retired at 4 of clock and returned at 5 45 with a verdict of not guilty. There Are several cases to be tried similar to this which will be held Over to the next term of court organization work Thorold discussed of a Mutual fire insurance company to write protects your dollars and cents 0. "0 service what is it you want insured we specialize in All kinds of insurance. Automobile rates greatly reduced. The Strong insurance Agency a the Agency of services Julius e. Nelson prop. Room 7, Armstrong Block phone state 710-j Myre Gion match next tuesday night i both men training hard to i win championship honors Jensen a jewelry w c have material for nearly All mikes of watches. Quick serv i cd is our Hobby wrestling fans in Thi. Community can hardly wait for the night of the Myre Gion match to be held at the Broadway theater next tuesday Ole Selstad passed away at on the other hand the fire boys Are Niht it March 8th. Real sports anyway and Are used to Gion claims in this return match ruining a $50 suit now and then while he vvi1 Wei a 178 pounds and has his they collect $3.00 for putting out the of ten training hard in Canada the past s. C. J in sen watches and jewelry first door South of Idle hour theatre Albert Lea Minn. it in Matth for Sale Home in Bancroft at 9 of clock Friday fire and the Only reason they lost evening at the age of 70 year. Or. S keep Over the affair was that they Selstad has suffered for Over even were called out at 4 a. In. Last Friday houses and lots in any part of thei Vears with cancer on Trie breast Ane morning to put out a bad fire in mag City a Good 5 room House and Gar-1 has underwent Man operations but Nusen a bakery which made them eat with no Avail. He is survived by a smoke for half an hour. 1 age any Safe terms. See in. J. Bland 222 s 2 a Imi a nit a a in ii Cit a a a a it a it if Mit a j or. Bernt Odegaard physician and surgeon office phone 694-j-l \ Broadway theatre bldg. Room 3 i Umi Mali Mizii Ltd Llu a imm Mil him til i Mim la it Shii hot a or. J. A. Schultz wife who is an inmate at the Hospital for insane at Rochester two Brothers. Holver and Thomas living in Bancroft and three Sisters or. Anne i Mollie living at Bancroft one at i Home and mrs. Canary of great fall 5 Mont. The funeral a held monday afternoon at i of clock at the Home and 2 of clock at the East Church. Interment was made in the East Church cemetery. Obituary mrs. Peter Hovland mrs. Peter Hovland passed away Vav wednesday at her Home in Bancroft after a Short illness of about a month. She we As 83 years at the time of her death. M is. Hovland was an Unco Plain few Days. He expects to he Albert Lea today and will finish his training Here. Renter Mere who will weigh in at about 174. Is also Tram and by tuesday night says he will be in excellent trim. This is a return match Gion having thrown Myre in one fall lasting Over two hours some time ago at the b. B. Theater in Albert Lea. A full House is expected and if you a have not already Reserve i a seat it is Wise to do so at once As reports indicate they Are Selling fast. 0� �?�0 = mexicans will serve time for stealing i Eye a Mil 404 Home investment bldg ear nose amp Throat Albert Lea Minn. the following marriage licenses in woman and was up and around have been issued during the past Ber work until a month before week c. Robin Sandifer to Marjorie her death it a she was a Reat Church Thompson Robert Geissler to Hazel Woer an i always took part in the Briggs Arnold Victor Anderson to j a bes Aid miss Zanotta Katherine Mayland All mrs Peter Hopland was bom july it it a of merchandise amounting to 1838 in car duh Norway. She was about $1600�?T were sentenced to serve married to Peter Hovland in 1884. In Timo at St Chou i reformatory by the mexicans who robbed the fair store a East Clark Street some time 0. W. Hanson Washington Street phone 1108 veterinary Anetta Katherine Mayland All of Freeborn county. Elmer Nelson of Freeborn county to Claudia Bentley a a. I i of Bertin county. N. D. C. A. Rhoades 11867 the it move l t0 Minnesota and Catherwood monday. I 1 of ska git county wash., to Anna a settled a a a Quot a a in Freeborn county. One Bando to Irma toe. 22 years i Watkins of Franklin county la a Lier Here the it a reseed until their deaths. It it a a was convicted in District court i hard Opadahl to Petsy Hylind a both twelve children were born to bless tart week and was brought before Thorn their Union tour of whom Are dead. The Jude monday who gave him a of Freeborn county Hans w sentence sillies not to exceed three years. 26 a new lease in life for your old shoes expert workmen Here. Latest Modem equipment. We guarantee to give you satisfaction always. You and your old shoes will be Good friends again. Let us convince you that we know the right Way. Pressing while you wait j. P. Johnson 146 w. Clark Street i a son to Josephine Groe. Both of Winne of Inutile Minn., mrs. Lorn in it 1 Bago county Smith of win of Bancroft mrs. Ole wee of so quotes Raudies 26 years old who Nehay iii., to Morrine Graham of alb it my a. H. Thompson p1�1 a Ita sentenced to a tem Fayette county la. And August Klein of Bancroft Davies Madelia mina., to exceed two years in the St. To Etta Shenafelt both of Hardin Milutin of Albert Jens of ban Clou Ltd reformatory. County la. Croft and Harvey also living at ban a Crft. She also leaves one sister living of Aktiv of with a civic or. G. A. Stevenson Eye ear in South Dakota and a brother in. Maw i buwu5 Alai ivly nose and Throat specialist. Home Orwa get will be paid investment bldg., City. Adv. The funeral was held from the old m 0 m Homestead sunday afternoon at two. Minot n. five thou a or. I ,. ,. Of clock and three of clock at the Cen Sand Bonus claims can be paid off by we will be pleased to assist you in trial lutheran Church. Interment was 1925 under the Law passed by the any Way possible in making your a e in the Central Church cemetery present legislature according to f. R. Printing problems More pleasant and i those from out of town who at Landers state commander of the More beneficial Call or write us turfed the funeral Are or. And mrs. American legion. Eighteen Hundred your order for letterheads envelopes Christ Legried or. Knot Legreid and claims have been paid to Date cards tags circulars wedding Sta mrs. Severt Thompson from Rake the new Law levies a one Mill tax i Turners etc., and be convinced of our a. Or. Christ Legreid or to raise Money for bonuses and re exceptional Abt it to him out neat the t Madinn a Eves a1 restrict. Porno a a attractive printing. For which the Bonus can be used it 11111111111111111 1111111111111111111111 la i la 1111111111111111111111111 la 111111111111111111 11111111111�_ i have you seen our wide i assortment of i j new and j j second hand goods i merchandise of All kinds at the Best prices i i see us today i we can save you Money i new and second hand store i Ridgway amp bothum props. \ 128 West main St. Albert Lea Minn. People s Cash meat Market a trial order of our Nice Corn fed government inspected beef is sure to give satisfaction and save you Money. Following Are some of the prices mate amp flank boiling beef 8c boiling beef chunk. 12c roast beef chunk14c steaks. 17 to 25c pork chops25c pork roast. 18c pork chunks20c pork sausage. 17c hamburger .20c cheese. 33 to 35c i la. Cartons lard. 20c special Price on beef quarters. All or Phons your order in today Jensen amp Smith 206 West Clark Street Tel. North 273 delivery twice daily Quot a . To amp a i it mail Coupon better prices coming it the Wise believe. A in times of plenty prepare for los is the year to re store the much needed Fertility of which the soil has been robbed by sowing amply of clovers and Alfalfa while prices Are lowest. This is the year to Plant bred up seed Cora to resist disease eliminate nubbin and add ten to fifteen bushels to the yield per acre. The Wise Farmer is sowing rust resistant wheat to guard against crop failures which Are bound to come. Failures mean under production and higher prices for the Man who has evaded them. Two years of Over production never follow in succession. Lay a firm foundation for the future with a Farmer Brand seeds they guard your Fields against foul weeds and Are bred for Quality yields. Send for our 1921 Catalon at once and special Blue figure Price list. Prompt service and absolute satisfaction or your Money Back. Farmer seed amp Nursery co. Faribault Minn

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