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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota 1hu spay. Nov by ukr i 1920. Allie k f examiner Page turek. Farm accounts Aid to better profits news about the City and county of interest to Young and old quite essential to any thought out plan. Weh mrs. Mary Ruden of this City has been spending the past two weak visiting at the Louis j As person Home East of the City. A or. And mrs. Guy m. Roberts of Owatonna silent sunday at the Home of the former a parents or. And mrs. I. M. Roberta. A a mrs. Kenneth w. Carter of Stan Farmer enabled to meet conditions in Way that will Cive him greatest net returns on various crops he produces. Fanning is a business find to be Duce awful it must be conducted in a Businesslike manner. It involves the production Aud Sale of com module. Furd arrived in this City wednesday just As does manufacturing. I he bust and we Vas it at the Home of her fatness Man. Whether in factory or on Iraq 1 mrs it h a. Morgan farm should by constantly considering two questions 1. What profit is my business malt Henry Beck former contractor of fog i Albert Lea but now of Pocatello 2. How can that profit be increased Idaho is in the City visiting with old the first of these must in answered two fore an intelligent Effort can be made to answer the second. Proper accounting leads directly to the answer to the first question and hence it to essential to Uny Well thought out plan to increase profits. The problem of the Fanner is to meet conditions on bus own farm in a Way that w ill give Bim the greatest net returns year in and year out for the Tun of his capital his labor und his managerial ability. Before be can be considered a successful Fanu operator friends. He will go from Here to it. Snelling to visit his son Vernon a a a miss Charlotte Snyder left sunday for Minneapolis where she will take a course of study in the Minneapolis school of music. She expects to be gone about two weeks. A a or. R. of the first National Bank of la Crosse wis., left for his Home Friday morning after two local men buy Barber shop in the Wake of the news doctor Walter t. Scheele special chemist for the United states govern ment who has Boon analysing the George Torgerson and Bennie hoi materials which caused the Wall urn two Well known local harbours Street blast has found that so pounds have purchased the Barber shop under 0f blasting gel Lutin caused the tra Spicer a drug store. The gentlemen Joedy. Germans Clamp on a Kultur lid tight prohibitive Export duty is placed on Boks by Teuton officials took Possession last monday. Or. Torgerson who has been in the Barber business for the past 17 years in Albert Lea and employed under the first National Bank shop for Many years needs no introduction. Or. Hoium. Who has also Lieen working at the same hop for Many no been years has hosts of friends who will wish him Success. The two boys with their Good character and workmanship should create a goer Busine from the very Start and the examiner wishes them Success in their new undertaking. This substance come Ling of 93 part of nitroglycerine and 7 parts of Nitro excavation work. Exports to the world today Germany again the bomb theory advanced by by a prohibitive Export duty is keep agents of powder companies and the my her a Kultur at Home police who would be guilty if it had immense quantities of German a bomb receives a serious books were exported before the War All Over the world. No amalgamated clothing workers of America wired the conference that his organization stood behind the Farmers in their demand. Urges loan to Germany. Willi an Brauer of 5 Beckman Street. New York appeared before the committee appointed by the conference to devise Means of relieving the Money Stringency Anil declared he came As an official representative a Ltd the German government. He said that if the United states government would loan $ 1,000,000,000 to the German government he could guarantee the Money would int spent Here for German government has put an embargo on in 1914 it was said that a a Kultur was Nitri cellulose. Is extensively u cd in one of the most valuable of German farm products and other supplies. He said Germany lad information that great Britain had sent 1,000,000 men to Africa to develop agriculture and increase production of foodstuffs blow. Several Penok who were on and sent All Over the world. No a it Quot Ioard Dowly Fry the South Cene of the explosion declare Tho a philosophical medical or scientific ii Mittee t0 i identity and Creden he said that great Britain proposal to raise ave times As much farm products As the United states and to in tor into an agreement with Germany to monopolize the expert Trade in foodstuffs. They it a an Ordinary powder Wagon Barry was Complete without the Ger a a the police deliberately destroyed eve classics were bought Era which would Lead to implication from the Scandinavia tie must produce result that will cover the value of All these. Capital can spending several Days visiting at the earn interest without labor on the part Home of his sister or. W. H. Jul of its owner and labor can earn wages or. Without owning any capital. The Fann a a or utilizing both in the conduct of his business should secure returns that will cover both interest and wages. Not until both of these have Taen More than covered can any profit in credited to the fanning operation. Nothing but return in excess of interest and wages in properly he considered net profit. Then is reason to believe that Many Farmers owing to a Lack of Png per records do not know what returns they actually receive nor How these compare with what they should receive for their work and the use of their capital. Doubtless Many Are living on Hie interest of their capital making Small wages or none and no net profits. Write the United states department of agriculture. Washington. A tor banners bulletin 511. A farm bookkeeping a which May lie had upon request. Fred Schmidt surprised at farm Home of daughter hit the curbing and topple Over. In Man authorities. De luxe edition of Stead of searching All possible clue Goethe. Schiller. Lessing and other by Ian countries. Eng of some powder company or con land Holland and Switzerland not to tractor. Mention the thousands of volumes that new York pres which thrives which found their Way to North and on Large company patronage and on South America. Tile a red menace a is now attacking tourists in Germany today Are doctor Scheeles finding by describing warned that they must pay the gov at great length How he was interned eminent 200 per cent tax for the during the War As an enemy alien. As privilege of taking a volume or two a matter of fact he was Only Nomin of German a a Kultur Home with them Brauer told the committee he had been officially authorized by the German government to handle the loan proposed in the Smith Bill now before Congress if the Bill is parsed at the december session and the loan made. He said if the Bill became a Law. He proposed buying at once $200,000,000 Worth of Cotton to be ship Ted before january 1st. The million britishers sent to of healthy and vigorous Hen Hight kind to keep in laying pen for production of egg a i epee of defects. It Doe not matter How Well bred a Hen May be or How Well we it pay try to feed her for egg production if Ehe i not naturally healthy and vigorous. Aho will not be a Bird to keep in the laying pen. Birds that have any physical defect should not tie kept. Mrs. Geo. Hanson and Sisters Pearl and Ruth Klie get of Rochester Are in the City visiting with the former a sister mrs. Charles Schott and at the mrs. Bort Casselman Home on Jefferson Avenue. A a a miss Amelia Sandburg left for her Home in Minneapolis sunday after spending several Days visiting old friends and relative. She was accompanied of mrs. W. Ostrander who will visit Here for a Short time. A a a i Margery Warner Little Slaughter of or. And mrs. Far Warner not a rth Albert , fell from the Couch some time last week where she was sleeping and broke her Collar Bone. The Bone was set and the Little one is getting along nicely. A a a the ladies Aid of tile first lutheran Church want held wednesday afternoon. The ladies who entertained Are or. Iner Gulbrand on mrs. Otto Simonson. Mrs. De Johns Rud. Mrs. John Stoa. Mrs. Tom Olson and mrs. Peter Hanson. Large gathering at Chas. Reim farm Aiken r. I help Veteran celebrate. Ally interned it Jones Point on the Hudson River where the government had an Arsenal and built a Laboratory to enable doctor Scheele to Experiment with High explosives. Rica. He said had been drawn from As a souvenir. You pay 50 Marks in jail Over the world Many from the United states he had information. At Hamburg Penn. In 1858 he went to Illinois settling you will find the Diclem an Minneapolis convenient to the shops Heaters and Point of interest. Reasonable rate. The elizabethan room and the Coffee shop of the Dyckman Are Ideal places to . Tile infant son of or. And mrs. Walter Hallum of Alden a set away saturday evening oct. 23, after in illness of 24 hours with infirm action of the bowels. The funeral services was held monday afternoon at 2 30 rom the family Home. Rev. Lunde of Hartland officiate. Interment a made in the Alden cemetery. Miscellaneous for Sale a a a the following ii. Arriage licenses for Sale Shropshire Buck sheep. Timve been issued during the past write or Call c. H. Reim. Alden. We in Harry i of Winnebago mtnn., r. R. L county lows to miss Lillian Specht of Kos it uth county Ralph Van Teenan of Taylor Iowa to miss Marie Gold of Freeborn county Peter o. Lunde to miss Emma Stoa Peter p. Idling the civil War. J to mis it Ella in Stoa and l. Lukes of a Bookstore and too Marks to the German customs officials not to mention possible import duties in the tourists own country. Quot a a a your literature and our Book Are or. Fred Schmidt was pleasantly Juke Elbert Gary chairman of the our Best propaganda complains one surprised sunday. October 31 at the Board of director of the United of Berlin biggest booksellers. A if Home of ins daughter mrs Chas. Slaw a teen corporation steel Trust the Versailles treaty had placed the Reim. The Occa Ion being his eighty l9 reported As optimistic about the restriction on exporting our thoughts second birthday. J future. The Gary Forseca t is Robab and ideas that we have had to suffer or. Schmidt was lion october 31. By determined chiefly by the Outlook from our own government foolish 183s in Baden. Germany. He came for it teen Trust. A a German press would have to this country in 1853, settling first or Gury Las just turned from attacked the allies for retarding the in Shoemakersville Penn. He was an a reported that while worlds scientific and intellectual Driver on the school Bdl canal for two there he us eee led in making an years. Then he took up the shoe agreement with the German Coal and Northern Switzerland where the makers Trade and spent three it an j a steel magnate Sinnes. And the head German languages is spoke Dias been f to p Janch Coal and Iron interest the keenest uttered under the prolate Divide the world Between them Bitite tax. Paris publishers Are now considering the condition of Industry getting this Trade according to the in both France and Germany. Gary Berlin Book shops. Was probably Able to get a most sat the government defends them As i factory bargain. By advancing some up a necessary to prevent Germany capital to the european end of the from being bought out at cheap pric new triumvirate Gary will be Able toe a because of the Low Exchange rate make considerable profit by employ 0f a 0f Ber finest anti rarest tie luxe ing the starving labor of Europe on sets. The publishers reply that they starving terms of course. Print the Book to sell that As Long the american Public does not a j As the merchant themselves have no la ear to realize to at Coal Iron and Oil complaint to make the government Are fundamental necessaries of civil to business interfering with the nation. And that by letting private persons control these they place their livelihood their government und practically everything else which is Worth while into the hand of a few autocrats. The question How can people get ahead when the few can keep charging All the Consumers can stand for necessaries which pokes us in the the face is answered by turning away the head and refusing to think about it. The question will keep on poking us harder until ome Day we Hall All have Learned at tremendous it Cost what we should have Learned a generation there is a limit to which the eyes can he Abu de and still retain their efficiency. Continuous Reading by artificial Light causes much eyesight distress. Thi can Lee offset by properly fitted glasses. I or. G. A. Stevenson a and i or. G. K. . Assistant Eye ear nose and Throat specialist i Home investment budding Albert Lea Minn. it a great Man who when in doubt minds his own business. Tomorrow is one of the most dangerous word in of language. To Many property owners the difference Between today and tomorrow has involved a Fortune. The Only Safe watchword is insure today the Strong insurance Agency Quot the Agency of service a Julius e. Nelson. Prop. I can save you $ ii you Are looking for a Good used car any make used Auto parts new or used tires do not fail to see me Nate Chier phone 701 210 Adam Are. Fred Schmidt spreading of German g. 0. P. Victory held greatest in u. S. History continued from Page i from the Georgia division of for Sale fancy pure bred Rhode Island red cockerel. R. C Edw. H. Flindt. R 4, Albert leu phone 1404-m. For Sale houses by owner. Here an real bargains look it up. I is just the place for retired Farmer who like to have a cow and hone. About i 1-3 acre on Jefferson Highway South. Come in and look it Ove at once. Call t. S. 119�?w after 6.30 or write g. Groothoff Albert 1-ea, Minn. To Sadie Cafourek. All county. Freeborn it Maples die. He again took up the Hoe my Kern Trade and pent two years in Aurora i. In 161 or. Schmidt rented a farm with his Folk an i lived on that place until in february 1865 when he Enli Ted in the 16 a the infantry. Co. D., in he wan i charged at Memphis tinn., in the fall of 1865. After his i charge he a bought a farm at Wheatland iii., and lived ago. For Sale by William and Ernest hint Alden Minn., 1530 Mogul kerosene tractor in Good condition. Suitable tor threshing and silo filling. Six Bottom plow goes with engine or will sell separate. Or. Bernt Odegaard physician and surgeon office open August 15th Broadway theatre bldg. Room 3 a a a there one year he was then married the Freeborn county butter maker Christim Lembke on february 21. Were Well represented at the annual i8 j7, meeting of the Minne Ota state in 1874 they sold their farm and Creamery and operators Ami Mana j moved to Minnesota where they Gers association which was held at bought a farm of two Hundred acre St. Paul the fir get of the week. Among in Mansfield township and they Are those who attended the meeting from it till living on the farm with their son Freeborn county were j. C. John Henry. Son it Secretary of the Clark Grove their Union was Blest w till eleven Creamery h. H. Jenson from Clarks children of whom three Are dead. Or. I Grove manager Rasmussen of the will Schmidt of Coggon n. Dakota Albert Lea state Creamery Nick mrs. John Reim of Kre Malain. Okla Siverling a. O. Storvick will Ras Boma mrs. P. A. Peterson of pm us Mussen e. J. Henry and Arthur Mons mian., mrs. L. J. Yost of twin chamber of Del Utlz a i ,cil1 to Grot ii of Albert Lea Fred Peterson Minn., mrs. C. H. Reim of Al from Glenville Julius Ramsey from Den. Minn., Henry Schmidt living on Glenville e. Anderson Myrtle and f. The Home place mrs. John Dopple a Dedrick Albert Lea. Hammer of to in lakes Minn and or j mrs. Christ Behr of to in lakes Minn. Of Mere names meant France would a we have to in consid ered a socially Republic. The Leader of it Cabinet Alexndre Millerand started life As a socialist and for years was what would lie known Here As an extreme socialist to. His father an Active disciple of Earl Marx was put to death when French generals w Ith the help of the prussian army put Down the working class revolt in Paris in 1871. The present Leader of the Cabinet studied Law and won Public attention in the defend of a famous Trike Case in 1883. For a time he edited Clemen a eau a paper a la Justice a when Clemenceau also a a Strong Radical. In 1885 he want elected to the French the american Cotton association condemning Secretary of trea Ury Houston and demanding his re ignation. Similar resolutions it was stated had been adopted by the inter Mountain Farmers association and other farm organization throughout the anything country. Sidney Hillman president of the auction Sale or. I. A. Schultz 404 Home investment bldg Eye. Ear nose a Throat Albert Lea Mina. 0. W. Hanson Washington Street phone 1108 veterinary we Weld anything guaranteed work. Carbon burning. Prompt service. Albert Lea welding co. 109 so. Newton St. Mansfield news. _ in. Fred Schmidt u Ukia car Pickerel Lake. Of her daughter mrs. Chnat Behr and infant on 6 i. Myrtle Wolfe atom put. Miss Millie Drevdahl was a caller 1"1 or. Or. Albert Neve re in lathe Mills monday. Sir Elmer Holland and Altin Fos sum of Manchester were quietly mar ried wednesday. Sir. And mrs. Louis Yost and Peter Tapager spent saturday evening at the p. A. Peterson Home a pleasant Surprise was driven on Fred Schmidt sunday at the Home of i hts daughter mrs. C. H. Room in after Nuen Honor of his eighty second birthday. A halloween party was Given at j he Ops Dahl Home sunday evening. In spite of the weather quite a Ntim Ber of Young folks a present. Godfrey hints was a business caller in Albert Lea tuesday turned to their Home in Stillwater saturday. Win. Schneider of Conger has been j Busy moving during the past week. The misses Dora and Edna Behrend visited at the John Boer Home sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Henry Schneider called at the Gus Heidemann Home Ciali t. In 1899 i in entered the French Cabinet Ami found himself seated beside general Gaui Fet minister of War who had ordered i father to be shot 28 it years previous. The turning Point in Millerand career came in 1910 when he and two other socialists in the Cabinet decided to throw their influence with the capitalist rather than with Ute people who Hail put them in office and broke the great Railroad strike of october of that year by calling the Railroad workmen to the col i ors. They then ordered the workmen to go Back to i French army. A three socialists became at once i radically different men from what they had been and the working class those who have articles to sell at auction on saturday nov. 6 at East Clark Street can list same by calling Phene 391-j h. A. Trogstad auctioneer Pyramid oils and creases w ill do their they stand Between you and to Quot of motive Power by protecting your engine und machinery. Pyramid oils Are compounded from pure Mineral Oil strict attention being paid at All time to preserve the o original molecular bae Seeto Pyramid Oil Clines to the Bedrin a veritable Armor against friction thu insuring strength and goodnews direct to you from the Cream of crude. Order now your Supply Fok fall and Spring work. Daily trips til the c country. Phone j6-j gasoline kerosene Auto Oil tractor of lubricating Oil a Pyram Albert Lea min Neota phone f�6-j remember Pyramid service will save you Money Iii pictured in memory Are Many scenes of the summer. Are there no people in them to work As soldiers in the whom you would j Uke to give your photograph is remember we positively sell f a ii you nothing hut j it it n the very Hest of j meaty fish Etc. Surely. So come Here and sit for portraits that you can Well be old friends iou. dry cleaning and Quality shoe repairing. Your parcel poet Ruxine a elated. 146 Vest Clark Street. Movement in France a Given Al miss Lait Hanson teacher in Dis j mgt a death blow strict 56, spent sunday at the Home of uni Olerand now represent the sex her parents in Man yield. Trene nationalists party and As the proud to give to a principal political Leader of it u doing j those new and Farmer in Wisconsin suggests far worse things today than he used that the scrub Bull be known Here to criticise so severely 25 years ago. After a a bul Thevik. He cites the a a a it a Harry Jenson is husking Corn for fact that scrub Bull Are the enemies c Ard of thanks Andrew Larson. Good production that they Levy a m c. And b w. Friends and Fel Fred Peterson returned Home last upon the milk Cream and butter of workers a week from North Dakota where he Check and compel the Farmer to keep in behalf of Ray self and Little 6 a and at the lower prices. Watch the windows saturday we deliver to All parts of the City i Jonnson has been running an engine during Eow the cows should keep the year old son i wish to thank All my threshing. I Armer friends and fellow workers of local miss Rosetta Petersen student of no. 308 for their Kindne s and sym the Albert Lea High school Normal or. G. A. Stevenson j Pathy to us. We also wish to express department has been teaching in Dis Eye ear nose and Throat special our thanks for the Ationo l offering strict 108 during the past week. Is. Or. G. In Stevenson assistant i sent to us George a Dink waa an frown a eyesight a pariah theron investment of. I. Us amp Sitf caller tuesday. J building Ai Birt a ire. Iffy i Conrad in Clark Street in j t in 5 a mfg Tfir it a it hips eat Marke Olson k Dusbabek props. A phone is Albert urn Mian

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