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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday september 16, 1920. Albert Lea examiner Page five Farmers should get seed Corn at once Farmers of Southern Minnesota should secure and store their seed Corn within the ensuing few Day. Seed Corn time for Minnesota begins september to and ends september 20. Minnesota Farmers have Only a few news about the City and county of interest to Young and old miss Gladys Brewer left monday for the University of Minnesota. Miss Doris Murry of Chicago la visiting at the or. W. L. More Days to attend to this important Home. Providing they have not a1 matter really tone so the reason for choosing the period from september to to 20 is that it gives the banners a Chance to get their seed cult in in before the time for killing frosts and a Chance to have their seed com Well cured and dry be for freezing weather comes thus putting it out of danger of injury. That it pays to select and Stor it seed Corn in seed Corn time is shown by the experience of certain com counties in Southern Minnesota last Spring. The Farmers in the counties referred to postponed the picking of sold Cora in seed Corn time last fall. They finally made their selection of seed ears at husking time. Meanwhile there had been a hard freeze. The result was that when they came to test their seed Corn last Spring much of it would not germinate and they had to buy supplies at High prices. The postponement of seed Corn selection therefore proved costly. Miscellaneous for Sale mass Ruth Nelson has gone to Rochester to take up nursing at Trio colonial Hospital under the Mayo a. A mrs. Fred Mudge of Minneapolis is visiting at the t. L. Vandergrift Home on Lake Boulevard. A notice those who have articles to bring to the auction Sale on East Lark Street can list same with h. Trogstad before that Date. Miss Olga Hansen who underwent an operation at tile Naeve Hospital saturday morning is getting along nicely. \ miss Vivian Mayland left monday to take up study at Carleton College. This is her first year. A a Joe Hillebrand has resigned his position As janitor of Ramsey school on account of poor health. A a Joseph Butler of Newry and Arron Butler of Blooming Prairie spent sunday and monday in this City Viking relatives and friends. A Ai very smart looking hats from $1 to $15. Motto a millinery department. A a a Ruth Ami Lawrence Petran left for Carleton the first of the. Week where Ruth will take up the senior year work and Lawrence the second year. Freeborn nimrods Are Happy ducks now being hunted Duck Hunters Busy Partridge and ruffled grouse will be next enrolment in City schools is 1,573 the women a nonpartisan voting club will meet with mrs. Cha. Reint of Conger next saturday evening sept. 18. Everybody Welcome. A my or. And mrs. Thompson who have ,.,. ,. Attendance is desired been spending a week visiting at the a a Home of the latter a parents left for their Home in Sioux City Iowa. Mrs. Tinus Torgenson arrived in nimrods of Albert Lea and Freeborn county Are wearing a Happy smile these Days. The occasion is the fact that tile 1920 Hunting sea it on opened officially thursday morning at Sunrise. Nimrods from All sections of the county were out Bright Ami Early thursday morning Many leaving to their favorite Hunting localities wednesday night Federal restrictions Are placed on Duck Hunting. Nimrods Are warned 5 not to Hunt Duck much before Sunrise nor after the Sun set. This is a Federal restriction enforced in a Effort to preserve the Duck. It has accomplished result according to reports. A representative of the examiner fifteen Hundred and seventy three pupils were enrolled in the local Public schools Early this week. According to statistics furnished by supt. Brown. Many More Are expected to Roll within the next few weeks according to the superintendent of the City schools. The enrolment As reported Early thus week follows High school 353 manual department 224 Ramsey building .272 science building .114 sheriff Fosse is injured while on a Hunt for booze executive sustains painful injuries when stairway gives Way Hunting for booze believed to be stored at the Cormier to Krivoski farm Grainery six Miles Northwest of via rat of 11 i his ii. A Anorth Side huh Lim. 10 pro3 1 Normal Central total building. 14 ,.386 .1573 Wert enjoyed especially the Horn show game which seemed to interest the older person Mot Plum the youngsters. The following program was rendered at 8 of clock and greatly enjoyed by Alt who remained for the latter part of the fete 1�?orchestra selection. 2�?dance of the Downing Adelaid c. Carr. 3�?solo, Edgar l. Hayek. 4�?carnival Trio selected popular airs. 5�?songs of Long ago Mabel Braaton Lemmon. Fat a impersonations scandinavian w. Christopherson. 7-�?-dance of the French doll. Mrs. Frederick Johnston with i Mildred Johnston accompany 8�?solo, prof. Chase. Council preparing to provide place Orville son of or. And mrs. E. J. Henry has gone to Cedar rapids where he will enter Coe College for special work in chem itry. J Albert Loa wednesday evening from culled the county auditors office Weir Minneapolis for u visit with her Par nes Duy to secure definite information Jared. Armed with a search warrant sheriff Fosse accompanied by r. B. A Porter went to the to Krivoski farm Home Northwest of Freeborn wednes Day morning. A search of the Gran Pitr to irks Perrin Ary 10 disclose any liquor. As a i i Mill id Vamp Lientz stepped from Tho granary a a. Door to the stairway leading to the a. A .1 a Al 1 ground total broke. He landed Lily officials authorize i hat on a portion of Tho i1i Ken stairway a Jinx for sheriff Peter Fosse. The county sheriff received painful injuries when the granary stairway gave Way and he fell about element feet. His Back and fide were painfully in-1 orchestra selection mrs. C. I Blunt accompanist mrs. Jos Phine Domnick director. Use the want and column in the examiner and see the results. 1 lint 1 it 1 Titian ii i ii no 11 ii 1111111111111111111 ii a remember the auction Sale on East clerk Street on saturday sept. 18. For Sale houses by owner. Here Are real bargains look it up. It is just the place for retired Farmers who like to have a cow and horse about 11-3 acre on Jefferson Highway South. Come in and look it Over during the coming year. At once. Call t s. I hmm after 6.30 or write g. Groothoff illicit , Minn. Miss Frances Walton left monday morning for the state University where she will continue her studies ends who have recently moved Down from Minneapolis a a a or. W. J. Renie of Chicago who is visiting his parents or. And or. A. Of. Rennie will go from Here to Ai i Ida Belore his return Home to visit i his wife a people. On the Sunrise to Sunset regulation. According to information derived at the court House Hunter May begin shooting half an hour Ife fore the Sun Rife and half an hour after it sets. The Sun rises shortly bef9re 7 a. Over $60,000 be paid out preparation it Are nearing completion by the City Council to provide a place for Touri to parsing thru Albert i eur to Camp. Two Ideal site have been rn., and sets about c p. In. At this time mentioned anti both were Given the of the year. Double o wednesday morning by the 1920 season opened thursday Bert Skinner. Martin Bias klan and the ground hurting his Back and Ide. At first it was believed that he had been seriously injured to was rushed to Freeborn by automobile but As no physician was available the injured sheriff was Brot to Albert i a. At press time he was reported to be resting easily altho he will in All probability lie confined for sale�?3 full blooded Short Hora cows and 4 full blooded bulls ranging from $ months to 4 years old. Call on Stylers 3 Miles West of Clarks Grove Minn. Evening from a two week s vacation in the Northern part of the state. Or. Or. Ami mrs. Clarence Johnson Are Hovland reports the crops Are very the proud parents of a six and three poor. Quarters Pound baby boy bom sat-1 inlay at the Naeve Hospital. This is mis. I to his Home for a few Days at least Ben Hovland accompanied by his a a. A in n morning for All variety of water fowl members of the coucil. Mother and brother return tuesday i exception f who duct the re at the meeting of the City Council Hospital fete is main it open until december 31. Lest tuesday very Fine Success the first baby in the family. A a a evening Messer skin the next shooting i on Quail the Ner and Bucklin appeared and re season for which is october 15 to commended two Sites for a tourist november 30. Camp. One is the old picnic ground. A two Young Ami old who at Patridge Ami ruffled Groue the North of Fountain Lake Ami the other tended the Hospital fete at the Meigh Wall farm just East an Palmer ground wednesday a amp sir by toy 1 Olas ii 7. 5 ii. I a i 3<.0cukj 4 2 a in. A i. A manager James Resmussen of the Albert state Creamery left for Caledonia tuesday where he acted As for sale�?380 acres two Miles judge of the butter exhibit at the North of Glenville on Jefferson High Houston county fair now in Progress Way. Inquire of i Eif Gulbrandson. A a a or. And or. S. L. Kirkpatrick of for sale�?6 registered red polled South Broadway have gone to water bulls age from to months to 2 Ville for a vacation. They have tak years old. Also registered Poland in a cottage and plan on having some China boar and gilts. Call or write Good fishing. F. V. Jolt Emmons Minn. R. I miss Florence Koch who is confined to her Home on wet College St., with diphtheria is reported to be get Ting along nicely. The Home will have to be uniter Guara Antine for some time yet. Anna Duffy of twin spent tuesday at the Art mad Soai a a a on which has been closed for a part of o. La. Home. She came from Winona where ome years will be opened this season of the Conrad place Southeast of the evening report the affair a great sue she has been visiting relative. Miss from october 15 to november so. City an the Jefferson Highway. Or. Be in All respect. Lite ground Duffy expects to return to Winon Althe shooting of chinese ring neck Skinner Ami or. Blackwin both Mem pie opened at a oct it cd and the Chi. J the first of oct Olier to teach in school near the City. Or. And mrs. Walter Swenson returned sunday night from their wedding trip. They visited relatives in Fargo Battle Lake Ami Duluth. They also attended the Tate fair. Or. Ami mrs. Swenson were married it the Lesu Emir River Church the first of september. A pheasants has been close by an or bars of the Park la Oard. Urge the Iron and their parents enjoyed them Der issued by the governor. This of. City Council to appropriate Money tor selves immensely. The Purchi 6 of a suitable camping place for tourists. The investigation wednes it Lay morning resulted in the decision that the old picnic grounds North of Fountain Luke Are the More desirable for a Der has been taken by Many to mean a closed season on Partridge and ruffled grouse. This however is not the Case the governors order applying to chinese pheasants Only. Ducks Are plentiful in Freeborn ponies were provided for the Young it ters to ride proving a great attraction. Many More attraction a Man who is suffering from impaired eyesight cannot i Joy life until he gets the proper glasses. Or. G. A. Stevenson Eye ear nose and Throat specialist i j or. G. K. Stevenson assistant i Home investment building for Sale by William and Ernest Hintz 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. For Sale or Exchange in the famous red River Valley. I own some very Choice. Weil improved farms in Pembina and Walsh counties North Dakota. I am closing out tim season from $5.00 to $150.00 per acre varying according to location and improvements Good terms. John l lit i be Grabon n. Dak. Or. Ami or it. James h. Gille pie and on Horace of Hancock mich., arrived in the City the latter part of last week to visit or. Ami min. Norman j. Gillespie. 418 Euclid Street. They will remain in the City until the latter part of next week. Devotees of the Hunting game and All indications Point to a successful a on for those intern Ted in the j. C. Gregerson who hts been Jani port. Tor of the North Side school has reigned his position on account of ii health and the place will be filled by j. P. Jen in who is quite experienced along this line having acted As janitor for the presbyterian College Here and for Carleton College in years. County according to Early reports of tourist earning place. At the regular meeting of the Council evening e Timat amounting to More than $60,000 for another portion of the work compleat wanted place to work morning and evening of High school student. Call state t 18. Ensign la. O. Tulle has returned from a two weeks Curie on Lite l. S. Essex on like Superior under the command of Captain Guy Eaton. Or. Tulle is teaching this year it the Luca Church Thor Academy his classes being a a a tory. Splendid work being clone by clubs and individuals in Winter feeding which a saved hundreds of Birds and Given them a Chance to increase former the shooting which was Eon Side red at an end for Quail is getting Back to be Good sport once again. Peter Clausen and j. P. Jenson left the Partridge shooting which will wednesday for i.vanminn., where open during 1920 after a do Secter they writ attend the District Conven son for a four year period should Lee Tion of the danish lutheran conference. They will be gone the remainder of the week. Or. Clausen i the District trea it user and or. Jenson Goe As Delegate to represent the to Quail Are reported plentiful in the cd on Kite paving curbing storm sew state owing to preserves and to the Era goading Ami water main contract were authorized Paul by the City sol-1 the estimates allowed follow. On curbing. Paving no. I. Paving no. 2. Grading. Water main storm sewer sanitary ewer i 1,462.76 7.159.90 35,630.10 5.223.75. so. 2,431.46. 1,842.50 no Buttle Call will warn you of a Tornado or fire if it did what could you do you might run for a Safe place 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 Satis Fie and insurance that protects. The Strong insurance Agency a the Agency of services Julius e. Nelson prop. $60,768.83 morning City clerk 124 warrants for this Good but the Birds which Are found grand Rota in the Northern Section of the state. Wednesday have not increased As rapidly us it Dudley Drew a hoped by those who advocated amount. To also issued 5s a tuition the closer sea on. That the season Al warrant to pay regular City Bills. On partridges will be closed again in the report of the Street commis-1921 is the prediction of Tho get who Toner snowed that he had spent in Ira Cary of Flandreau s. D., who have kept in touch with the situation his department during the Pat three will Thake Ico acres it had in l,ll0rt Goren on and two cd. N. Dak. For City property or i t take to it it. Incur Faret of Bell a ear As part Trad and terms to suit in foam Wii Ltd arrived the latter the purchaser on the balance this week for a visit with the w taken. R farm is improved and a snap at once. Address 629 Ruble Arthur o. a parents or. And mrs. Peter Berg urn and with other relatives and friends. Lost White .8pits dog farm Home near Emmons. Yost/95-g Emmons line. From our Call l. J. G. W. Gillett of Forest City a a visitor at the i. M. Roberts Home Friday night. He left saturday mom 1 1,1 Iii Quot ing for Osag where he will visit his if you have anything you want. Daughter mrs. Burt Larue. The to sell try a want and in the exam Roht it it it fam in an4j the Gillett family Iner and get results. Or. Bernt Odegaard physician and surgeon office open August 15th Broadway theatre bldg. Room 3 Mem or. I. A. Schultz 404 Home investment bldg. Eye. Ear nose amp Throat Albert Lea Minn. Mem a a . 0. W. Hanson Washington Street phone 1108 veterinary were neighbors in Forest City formerly. A or. And or t. H. Thompson and two Little sons of Lacrosse returned i to their Home at Lacrosse saturday i after spending a week with old Albert Lea friends the Guet of h. G. Kootz and family. Miss Sybil Koontz returned with them for an automobile Outing and Short visit. A get i i last weeks Ito tue of the examiner in detailing the labor Day Celebration the writer of the article thru an oversight forgot to mention that members of the carpenters and painters unions were Iii the Parade. This correction is made at this time and it is hoped that members of thous two unions will realize that it was simply an oversight. We Weld anything the new Light and Gas rate for the maj. City of Albert Lea Ami every i divid a a anal user went into effect the first of september. No one will fully realize the change until the first of next a it been visiting his sister in Law mrs. F. C. Deal Rich for the past few Day left tuesday for Mason City to visit High brother Seymore and fam j ily before going on to Garrison la. There be will join his family and de a it for California whens they expect to make their future Home. A a a during the last to years Accord-5 ing to the census. Kiester has de Crea de one in population. In a Jio tile census gave the to Man 258. In 1920 the population via it recorded As 257, the City of Blue Earth has a population of 2,568 under the 1920 census. In 1910 this City had 2,319. Here Are some other figures Bricelyn 569 in 1920, 1910, 352 Delevan 318 in 1920, 284 in 1910 Easton 326 in 1920, 262 in 1910 Elmore Minn. 904 in 1920, 795 in 1910 Minnesota Lake 450 in 1920, 415 in 1910 Walters 116 in 1920, 103 in 1910 Wells 1,894 in 11920, 1,755 in 1910 and Winnebago j City 1,641 in 1920, 1,554 in 1010. A a very smart looking hat rom $4 to $15. Motto millinery department. A a the pouring of the last of the Cun i Crete on the big City tank awl Reservoir North Newton Street has been completed. Now ail that remains is the finishing up of the connection. The tank at the top of the Tower j holds 125,000 Gallons of water and the Reservoir at the Bottom when full will hold one million and a half Gal ions More in Reserve. The Cost of this Job will be approximately $65, too. It during the Pat five years. Late wednesday afternoon county auditor Tavia received a message from state game and frill commissioner Carlos Avery St. Paul announcing that contrary to the Federal Law Hunter must atop shooting at Sunset. They can begin to shoot a half hour before Sunrise or. Avery rules. According to previous ruling pm the Federal Law Hunters could shoot until half an hour after the Sun be. Nimrods should remember this phae of the re Liivik As it is Nihil Al and will be enforced. Hunter should clip out the following table and carry it with week the sum of $1,486.40. Chief Carey report showed tar the police deportment Hail made three arc t during the month of augut. All for drutikenne>8�-vv. M. Kennedy Morris Mcnutt and Mike Devitt each paid $7.00 in Fine. Clarence Frost made an application for a Bowling Alley License. It a granted. A petition for paving on pm eur t Street was read Ami referred to the Street committee and City attorney. A hearing on the vacation of Monroe Street took place and appraisers were appointed. The mayor appointed supt Brown to the Library Board to sacred prof j c. C. Baker. Nels Collum addressed the Council regarding the condition on South Broadway. He wanted to know what the City was going to do about providing drive Way so fuel could be brought into Homes and if the City intended to pay for retaining Walls to be built Etc., Etc. The matter of providing immediate Relief for property owners on South i Broadway was left with the Street committee with Power to act. The claim made by Frank Reynolds was referred to the claim committee land City attorney. Or. Reynolds us for reimbursements for a Job of plumbing that was not put in right. The matter of putting in new Cross walks on Jefferson Street was left with the Street committee with Power to act. Baseball fans of this City and coun the matter of appointing a commit is one of the very Best jobs to have a real treat in store for them tee to meet with the state tax com combination auction Sale i will sell on East Clark Street saturday september 18 the following described property one Hor get with Ingle harness and buggy one five pay Enger automobile in Good shape one Harp one Organ and one by Quot dram All in Good shape. Almont anything you need in the Fine of furniture and household Good and other article. Be sure to attend this Sale anti those who have articles to sell at this Sale can Irit same with me on or before that Date by calling h. A. Trogstad e phone 391-j Albert Lea Minn. So them sept. Sun up Sun Down 16 5 52 6 22 17 5 53 6 20 18 5 54 6 18 19 5 56 6 16 20 5 57 6 is 21 5 58 6 12 22 f-59 6 10 23 6 00 6 06 24 6 01 6.06 25 6 03 6 05 26 6 04 6 02 i 27 6 05 6 0028 6 07 5 59 29 6 08 5 57 30 6 09 5 55 fast new Richland team to play Here wanted your business it takes volumes to Tell How we do it but in one word we say a we we Are Well equipped to take care of All the shoes to be repaired in the City of Albert Lead we apologize we Are Able to repair 200 pairs of shoes daily. All our work is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Shoe repairing while you wait. A trial will convince you. Guaranteed work. Carbon burning. Prompt service. Albert Lea welding co. 199 in. Newton St of the kind in the state. The longer next sunday afternoon when the the Reservoir and Tower stand the crack new Richland Diamond cavort Mission a left with the City mayor. The motion that the proposition for month when the Bills figured at tote it will become. The whole con ers will meet the local tossers at the changes at the waterworks punt dry cleaning and Quality i Bor has caused the raise. New rate Are pre tented Hie it so at auction work is built scientifically Clark Street grounds at 3 o clock rate on both Gas and electric Light and withstand the elements these two teams Are Well matched will be approximately Twenty five the big tank at the top playing an exceptionally fast game at per cent higher. The City contract completely enclosed so As to keep new Richland last sunday the locals or a will be about the same increase. Increase in the Cost of the fuel and la recommended by Engineer von Melton was left with the City Engineer and waterworks committee with pow Hoe repairing. Year parcel is my business Toile Ted. 146 Vest Clark Street. All dirt of every nature away from grabbing the Goose egg end of a i to this direct City water Supply. Q count. A the management of the local team you will find the Dyckman Minne announces that tickets sold for the or. G. A. Stevenson Eye ear nose and Throat special 1st. Or. G. K. Stevenson assistant Apolis convenient to the shops Heaters and Points of interest. Reasonable rate. The elizabethan room j. P. Johnson. Tailer a eyesight specialist Home investment and the Coffee shop of the Dyckman Quot Albert Lea i no. A of. Are Ideal place w game scheduled for labor Day Between Albert Lea and Delevan will wives must learn English Astoria of applicants for naturalization must learn the English language and qualify themselves otherwise for citizenship babe accepted at the game sunday. The fore application of their husbands Delevan team failed to appear Here will be passed upon according to a labor Day. Ruling Here by circuit judge Lakin 706 sos Stark St Jwta Tea Mao

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