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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Albert Lea, Minnesota Is tas a spreading like wild fire is the news of the wonderful bargains to be had at the great bankrupt Sale is is of f. E. James Stock Albert Lea Minn. Is is tis shrewd buyers Are coming Many Miles to take advantage of this Sale. We Are Selling stacks of goods because we Are giving the biggest bargains Ever sold in Freeborn county. Done to take our word for it. Come and see. This Sale will continue until goods Are All sold. L s. Bristol amp co. L. R. Kelly manager Sunnyside poultry Yard s. S. Mallery prop breeder of White Wyandotte exclusively a a. 5# a its Ltd of s i eggs and Stock for Sale first prize on cockerel first prize on Pullet second prize on pen it free Southern Minnesota poultry show 1907 Sunnyside addition Albert Lea Minnesota Cash paid for hides and furs and the highest Price at that. We have established our business of hide and fur buying Iii Albert Lea not As a temporary vocation but As a permanent one. We Are Here to treat you right so that you will come again and we will do it. By sure and find our place of business. Write for Price list 206 e. Clark Street Fritz amp Freeman Albert la. Minn. T. K Hoidal i. L. Ingbr1tsen h h a the Freeborn county abstract co. I. L. 1ngbritsen, manager. M oficial and bonded Abs tractors for Freeborn county. Abstracts of title promptly and correctly compiled. Room i opera House Block Over Skinner Chamberlain amp co a �0000000000000-0000000oooo y i Curbstone chronicles p Quot a a a a 0 x local events and affairs of % business in a bustling City. G oooo oooo 000000000000000-0 at a special election held at St. Clair it has been voted 4 1 to 9 to incorporate. St Clair is the station at the Northern end of the a a alphabet Road. The prize of $25 Worth of Gas fixtures uttered by the Albert Lea Light amp Flower co., was awarded to the grecian Candy mixer his number being Iso. There is a Prospect that l. La. Kelly manager for Bristol amp co., in the former James store will form a company and establish an extensive department store in Albert Lea. Or. And mrs. C. M. Overly arrived in Albert Lea monday and again Are at Home at the Gilbert at least for awhile. The Wabasha hotel business was not equal to his expectations and he has sold out there and will seek a better location. The building and remainder of the Stock of the Thompson seed co. Was bid in by l. A. Brown at the auction thursday on behalf of the first National and citizens National Banks. It was struck off at a 5,, and the building alone is More than Worth the Money. Jens Lee residing in tile Sigsbee neighbourhood w As in the City monday and in the afternoon stumbled and fell against the Brick front of the Sundell restaurant sustaining an ugly Gash on the left Side of his face. He was taken to or. Nannestad s office where he was Given proper attention and he is now none the worse for his experience. On the theory that the Road which leads to discovery is always interesting the ladies Home journal asked or. Andrew Taylor still to Tell the circumstances which led to the discovery of osteopathy in response an interesting article entitled a How i came to originate osteopathy appears in the ladies Home journal for the month of january the article being from the pen of or. Still is authentic. It Points out the wide difference Between osteopathy and Massage. The article will be especially interesting to people in Albert Lea and Vicinity in this respect As there Are Many who have the misconception that osteopathy is Massage or a swedish movement method. Or. W. G. Sutherland Albert Lea Minn. The standards commission As p. M. Has not yet arrived in fact it is not yet fully decided upon but we Are not discouraged there Are yet Good Hopes our Republican friends being yet alas divided and engaged in an irrepressible auction that at last they will see the Folly of further unholy strife for Post office pie and agree patriotically and for Sweet peace to pass it Over to the Standard. This they will no doubt at once do As soon As congressman Jim says the word probably this is All they Are waiting for and Jim Well. Jim he takes a great interest in the Standard and he knows it deserves the Best pie in his political bakery and this will be his last Chance to Reward it for telling the people the truth about him. Thus we Hope every body will Stop knocking Jim so it s simply awful the Way folks in this town refer inst him a and maybe before Long hell command his cohorts a peace bestial a and then the Standard will get the piece that scorning to it with a p. M. Under its name and everything will be Lovely As. It ought to be. The celebrated Goshen sweeper is i for tale at Haugen s furniture store. Or. Kohler o f i Annapolis will be in Albert Lea saturday dec. 2 Quot to to i do Eye ear nose and Throat work. Hours from i to 6 p. Rn., at hotel Albert. A few copies of the Holiday Standard Are yet left which those wanting them can get wrapped for mailing at to cents a copy. All agree that they Are tile Best boost for Albertl a that Ever was printed. Or. W. S. Wood Antoum of that he will be in his office in the wedge Jone it building saturdays and sundays to treat patients for Eye. Ear nose and Throat troubles and desires All to keep the dates in mind. There will be a socialist meeting at Peterson shall next saturday evening Hie of the leading socialists of the country will address the meeting and the local friends of socialism Are planning on a big time. Ben h. Clement assistant cashier of the National Bauk while a victim of typhoid fever has been at the Home of his parents in Owatonna has almost recovered and will soon again be on duty at the Bank. Rev. James b. Lyle and family arrived from Pennsylvania thursday and Are temporarily staying at the College until the parsonage is put in order. He occupied the pulpit of the presbyterian Church sunday and has thus regularly entered upon his duties As pastor. John e. Llingson of Noe Tlach sash., . Formerly a Well known Farmer of Freeman was a visitor among old friends Here last week. He reports Good crops this season in his Region of Canada wheat having yielded from 19 to 37 Bushel an acre and he expressed himself As Well satisfied with his business prospects there. P. A. Peterson president of the Peterson hardware co., received a Telegram thursday Forenoon conveying word of the death of mrs. Elmer c. Peterson at fort Collins colo., following child birth. The couple went there on account of mrs. Peterson a health and her death brings sadness to her Many friends in this county. Ole Rugroden of Hartland called upon or. Rodli for treatment for disease Friday and the latter at once discovered he was infected with smallpox. The local Board of health or at least one of its members made the grave mistake of deciding that the quarantine Law expires Jan. I and that therefore As the City authorities would not be Able to detain him after that Date nothing could be done with the ease and or. Rugroden was sent Home. The fact is the quarantine Law does not expire Jan. 1st, so far As local boards of health Are concerned and thus it is possible the infected victim May spread the disease and cause serious trouble in Many families. The City Council is wisely considering the project again of buying a gravel pit and it is almost an absolute necessity that this be done for the needs of the City for supplies of Sand and gravel Are extensive and continuous and they will increase As the years go by. Considerable quantities eau yet be obtained from the City spit in the Southeast part of town but the Supply there will Ere Long be exhausted. An offer of Iver Clausen to sell the City forty acres abutting the upper Lake for $2,000 Cash and the quarantine Hospital property owned by the City on South Broadway seems to be the Best Prospect in sight and it would Likely be advantageous and Good policy for the City to make the Trade in employee in at St. Paul but Post and May Southern Cal All the City fuel Yards and Grain elevators will be closed Christmas and new years. Richard Baker gave a dance in hew ill s Hall saturday night. Everyone had a Fine time. City clerk Dudley has issued 120 dog licenses and about half of these would better have been meat for the dog Catcher. The annual meeting of the Albert Lea Creamery an u will in held at the City Hall tomorrow. Thursday at 2 o clock p. In. Goo. Torgerson has almost entirely recovered from Small put and form namely none has taken the disease from his infection. C. T Knapp and co s new Short order lunch room at the rear of Barragan a Thurston s is an enterprising under caking and is quite certain to be popular Day and night. Andrew Peterson a Long esteemed citizen of Armstrong Aud Section Boss on . M. Road is critically ill with pneumonia in both lungs and his recovery is in grave donuts. Rob Knatvold and Rob Stevenson Are going to Europe probably Southern France to spend the rest of the Winter this is True. They said so. Aleck Egge for two years the efficient Salesman at the Boston 8hoe store leaves for Denver col., saturday eve. Ile desires his Many friends to give him a Call before ins leaving. The following students Are Home to spend the holidays Ernest Peterson will Wiegand is ill Noble Adolph Flange Guy Menefee Edna Ruble Leslie Haugen Margaret wedge Milford Johnson Evlyn Brown and Carlar Ison. F. A. Rolf who is now conducting an extensive restaurant confectionery Cigar and news stand at thief River Falls Minn. I it spending a week or so among former Albert Lea neighbors Ami friends. Ile is prosperous and Well pleased with his new location. C. A. Dunning the popular hardware travelling Man was stricken with typhoid pneumonia on the eve of his departure with mrs. Dunning for Wisconsin last week and la confined to his Home on Park Avenue with what it is feared May in a a serious siege of the disease. In sending his subscription in Advance or. C. Al Booth of Minneapolis formerly of Alden say a it is a Long time to take one paper 40 years As i have taken Tho Standard Aud too 19 years after leaving Freeborn county. I miss the names of Many old friends hut a Quot Ever extend Best wishes to the Standard and its owner. Or. Aud mrs Walter Gillrup of St. Paul formerly of Northwood Iowa Are guests until after new years of his brother v. Gillrup in this City. Or. Gillrup fir St named is the i. S. Postal service will Likely resign his spend tin Winter in fornia. Oils Leat he i years old. Who has been employed in Thiac to and who has served a term at the Owatonna state school a brought Back from Wisconsin a few a s ago and yesterday was held by Justice Stacy to answer to the grand jury for stealing an overcoat and it ther Iii us from ii. A. H Inge s Resi Jenoe and will Likely to sent to the state Reform school. The officer a of the Southern Minnesota poultry ant pet Stock association Are getting everything in order for their big show beginning Jan. A and everything is propitious for the Bigge Aud most interesting event of the kind Ever held in Inis Region. I he r reports indicate that the entries far exceed those in number of last rear and the inquiries indicate a widespread interest in the show s. A. Tes amp ii Ian a Well known former resident of Freeman and for some an employee of Gage Hayden a co. In Thi City was the democratic nominee last week after a exciting on test at the primaries for mayor of Wiluth Ami his Many friends Here will be pleased to know that he is q Ulie sure to be elected he is in the oin Mission business there and stands High in business circles and evidently ii so in politics. The women of the City Relief have made their annual Christmas distribution and about two scores of families will today be bountifully provided for and enjoy the substantial benefits which have been delivered to their Home. The donations this year were somewhat different than last and con most mainly of flour beef Bacon Coffee sugar syrup and considerable quantities of under clothing especially for women Ami children. Each has teen Ivel a Liberal Quantity and it Bas been the Chi Ort of the women to see that none were overlooked. Thompson a Wulfin famished a team and Man and made the distribution under careful supervision. The special Holiday edition of the Standard last week to be a source of Active and commendatore discussion and it has evidently aroused an enthusiasm that p Rev Ados the entire Community and the Public As Well outside of the county. We have never needed for any single Issue of the Standard such High and genuine Praise As is being awarded to this edition and All unite in declaring that it is a Superb Mil surpassing boost for Albert Lea ind Freeborn county. Scores of subscribers Are mailing their papers to outside friends and the demand is continuous upon us for extra copies. Advertisers assure Usta their patronage of its columns have brought them Rich returns and those not in the retail Trade and whose returns Are not thus immediate Are thankful that their names and business occupy apace and Are in publicity in it columns. It was a big Job to produce it and our recompense is Complete in knowing that it is such a Success and that it w ill spread benefits which will be spared by All. A. Cough Medicine Ayers Cherry pectoral is a regular cough Medicine a Strong Medicine a doctors Medicine. Good for easy coughs hard coughs desperate coughs of your doctor endorses it for your Case take it. Of not Don t take it. Never go contrary to his advice. A we publish our formulas we banish alcohol j from our medicines we urge you to consult your doctor yers the dose of Ayers pills is Small Only one at bedtime. As a Rule laxative doses Are better than cathartic doses. For con Sti pation bilious Ness dyspepsia sick headaches they cannot be excelled. Ask your doctor about this. A a a made by Tho j. C. Ayer co., Lowell mass.1111 on pet. Ing and quit Day $25. Of it w Tive a red in again depart with n seems Desperak fire ugh i other part million o were Savi and the to building. It is stat owned the tint disco in the Morr his place at smoke Corah the basemen once turned i As Ever was p but the based mass of boxes tilled the built and the fir erne pour their Stre. Of the Blaze their Brave Aud spread through was quite Thoi firemen battled a desperate deter were unable to g control until nearly noon after that were compelled to keep their streams running into the battlement almost until night to prevent a further outbreak. F. a sons had just received a thousand pounds of hour which con lined to smoulder in his basement Aud the smoke made it difficult to entirely subdue its burning the building was a valuable Structure Aud s practically a wreck. It is insured u local companies for flu too but the loss will be considerably above that p. A. Nelson a hods grocery Stock is a total loss. He was insured $5,501 on Stock and $500 on fixtures. B k Litts was insured for $4 out and the opinion is expressed that if he recovers All this he will be fully indemnified. Litts also had $ .00 insurance on household effects where he was living upstairs. Mise Caroline Narveson. Milliner lost everything insurance Only 3.500. Miss Bartram for woman of the cae Corset co., who occupied the two front rooms Over the Racket store and who is on her vacation in Michigan bad Only $250 on her Fine furniture and other valuable property. Walter u Neil with his family comprising his wife and several children occupied the rooms next West of miss Bartram a bad no insurance and lost everything and this is As also the Case with Lewis the Printer and mrs. R. Peterson a widow woman and her daughter. Miss Palma dressmakers and the owners of furnishings in some club rooms. There is scarcely any Salvage and it is fortunate that some of the inmates escaped with their lives. In the Case of a child of the o Neil family its escape was a tracious. Even As late Asio o clock after the fire had been raging for several hours one of the fireman heard the cries of a child in the rooms and crawling of his hands and Knees he found it in a bed and safely carried it out. The total insurance As far As ascertained amounts to $20,750 and it is estimated that the total loss will exceed $25,. Shortly after 7 of clock lat night fire again broke out in the building this time on the second floor. The department was called out and in a few minutes had the Blaze entirely subdued. Delinquent subscribers notice. As a matter of right of business duty and fairness we hereby give notice to All subscribers to the Standard who Are behind several years in their dues All of such having received repeated Bills of account and requests to remit that unless we receive payment not later than Jan. 15, 1908, their names will positively be taken off our lists and the paper will no longer be sent to them. Bills will then be sent to a lawyer or Justice to enforce collection. This especially applies to subscribers outside of Freeborn county in which cases we have to pay extra postage. The Post office department has decreed that beginning Jan. I All newspaper subscriptions must be paid in Advance or papers will be excluded from the mails. This will compel the Standard As Well As every other paper to require All subscribers to pay in Advance and so we will All have to prepare at once to fulfil the strict terms of the new order. A a licenses to wed. Gjermund Olson 36, Ragnild Surrena Harrison 35. James f. Frederickson 25. Agnes Marie rasmussen21. Edward Oberg 32. Addie Nelson 22. Rognald o. Drogsvold 34, Christie s. Lund 42. Nels p. Jensen 28, Sophie Frederickson 23, Avery j. Olson 27, Lulu b. Lenz 23, Rev. Mrs. J. W. Countermine and Little daughter of Sioux City Iowa has arrived to spend Christmas with her parents or. And mrs. J. G. Godley. P. A. Nelson a son have obtained of j. J. Sulivan a lease and the use of the Vav. Vav. Johnson store building until the burned building is repaired and will re establish his grocery therein tomorrow morning. Anton rebbe of Manchester was taken suddenly ill monday and suffering from violent pains in the Abdomen was hurriedly conveyed to the City and county Hospital where or. Von Berg found that he was a filleted with strangulated hernia. He has been much relieved by a surgical operation and it is confidently believed that in due time he will fully recover. C. T. Knapp co. Tare the proprietors of the Ideal lunch room located in the rooms to the rear of Barragan amp Thurston a grocery store. The gentlemen comprising the firm Are pleasing and courteous Ana will strive to make their place the Ideal lunch room of the City. Their and appears in another column. Telephone your order to the a Ideal a Tri state a phone no. Tio a. The episcopal Ehu Roh this year will change the order of Christmas festivities in that they will hold regular services in the Church today and tomorrow night Rev. Mueller will give 50 a Ere Optican views of the life of Christ for the children and saturday which is holy innocents Day the sunday school will hold a Christmas tree to which All the Little Folk a y take their elders. Me first part o. Vav. Smith of Minneapolis was Here several Days last week attending to business interests. M is. H. Rester of f Airmont was a guest of mrs. M. G. Jennings the fore part of the week. A. J. Farley operator at the local Milwaukee station has been Transfer red to Minneapolis. Or. And mrs. J. Clark and daughter Are spending Christmas with friends in Winnebago. Miss Ida Dardani Lias returned from Melba us 8. To expend Christmas with the family in Ricel amp us. Miss stadia Brundin is at the Home of her aunt mrs. Flidr at up queer Iowa until after new years. Supt and mrs. Phillips attended the funeral of the latter a father. I. Vav. Cummings at Glencoe Friday. Thadeus Vencuss principal of High school at f Ulda mina., is Here spending Christmas with the family. E. S. Hammond and City attorney Southwick enlivened Owatonna with their presence one Day last week. Or. And mrs. C. M. Hewitt have discontinued housekeeping for awhile and Are boarding at the Freeborn. Lawyers Morgan and Dunn appeared for their respective clients in a Case in the u. S. Courts in isl. Paul Friday. Mrs. Jeane Cross of St. Paul was a guest of or. And mrs. Martin Blacklin thursday in route to Lincoln neb. Vav. H. Miller one of the levelheaded and solid men of Freeborn mixed with the throng in Albert Lea thursday. Leslie Haugen of the state University is Home for the Holiday visit with his parents or. And mrs. A. Haugen. Miss Edith Schmitz a student at Oberlin College is spending her Holiday vacation with relatives in new York. Miss Laura Matson who has been teaching at Anoka is Here visiting friends and relatives during the holidays. Lea Mallery from Hamline University and Aubrey Giles from the state University Are at Home for the holidays. A. Giles was in la Crosse last wednesday h oking after his news and confectionery store in the opera House there. Or. Anti mrs. Theo g. Skinner Are in Minneapolis to Welcome Santa Claus at the Home of the latter s pare ut.-. Miss Inez Howard of Cloquet Minn., arrived Friday and will spend her vacation with relatives in f re Boru and in this City. Mrs. Jennie Hedenstad has gone to Denver to be with her son Harry who is seeking Relief for his health in that Cli Matt. Miss Mary Burke of Brainerd principal of the schools Ai that place is spending the holidays at her Home in this City. Mrs. L. A. Hanes spent most of the past week assisting during the big Holiday Trade at the Hanes drug store in Waterville. Captain r. J. Tweedy was in town Friday and has gone to watch for Santa Claus with his parents at Watertown s. Mrs. James Ostby and Little daughter Are Here for an extended visit with the latter a parents or. And mrs. Heman Blackmer. Miss Nettie Hurd of the standards Loyal corps of workers left monday morning to enjoy a vacation with relatives at Marshall Minn. Evelyn Brown is at Home from Ames Iowa University to enjoy the festive season at the paternal fireside and with his Many friends. Eskel Gulbrandson of Ellendale was in the City last week on business. He is one of the popular and rising Young merchants of that Fine Village. Manager Heath of the International Harvester Ca returned sunday from an extended business trip to Des Moines and his Iowa agencies. Beth Brundin is spending Christmas with miss Ruble at Fairmont. John Brundin will also spend the holidays Between Blue Earth and Fairmont. Or. Vav. L. Devane y accompanied by his brother atty Jno. Davaney of Minneapolis is spending Christmas with Home folks at Lake Mills Iowa. Forest Mcvey who is attending Shattuck school at Faribault visited friends Here last week while in route Home to Pipestone to spend his Holiday vacation. Estherville vindicator Geo. Rutan of Watertown s. D., was the guest of Vav. J. Warner Over Friday night and saturday left for Rockford and Cedar rapids to visit his sons. Mrs. Franc Blackmer has arrived Home from her european sojourn and m is. R. C. Blackmer has returned from a visit to friends in Oklahoma and other Southwest places. Miss Mary Higgins is at Home from red Wing where she is principal of the City schools and miss Anna Flindt teacher in the Kasson schools has also arrived for the holidays. N. H. Johnson of Fairhaven Minn., formerly a citizen of Manchester for 25 years greeted Albert Lea friends saturday while in route to Webster City Iowa and other Points near there to visit relatives a few weeks. I a a. 4o Corn. Per bus tis. Barley per by. To it Beans per Bushel. A 9 Rye. Per Bushel. Flax. Steers. 2 50 St i cows and heifers per too cwt 2 Fig it calves per my cwt. 4 us u 4 5�.�?T a a 50 a Mutton a i amp Oca 4 lambs. .1 to 4 Hay. Per ton. 7 us to 12 butter Dairy per la. Butter Creamery per la retail. Eggs. Per dozen. Potatoes per Bushel. Apples per by. -,0 tit flour per sack i. I it \ chickens hens per la a Springs .05 6 roosters. Ducks. A turkeys. 9 m Vav ool. S. Bas Wood. Delivered. 6 Dak delivered. It. Maple Dei. Ii 9 a1-. To 6 sawing per Cord. A Coal soft Del. 4 a Coal hard Deiv ii it a. A 5 i the or i Ibi Rhi of Albert Lea capital $100,000.00 surplus 50,000.00 United states depository. This Bank receives tile accounts of Banks Bankers merchants manufacturers and individuals on t he most Liberal terms consistent with sound banking c and advances Money at All ? times upon approved seem cities or names. A officers and directors a c. B. Kellar. President. A v. Gulbrandson. Vice president. 5 Alfred Christopherson cashier w h a Clements assistant Cash i r. S m. H Sprague assistant Cash i ear w d1rertors. A amp cd. B Kellar. Claus h. Flindt. E v Gulbrandson. J g. Godley. T Thos. W Wilson. S Strauss. Amp i h Rich. L a Brown. $ f. Vav. Barlow c w. Ransom. To a j. H. Griffin. R or wards ground spices and Flavouring extracts guaranteed to comply with the National and state pure food Laws. A Reward of$100 for a bottle of Flavouring extracts or a Box of their spices that is adulterated or does not contain the amount state on the package. Henry Klose agent Freeborn county $ citizens National t Bank of Albert Las Minn. Capital Loo ooh surplus business established i Kew. Organized As a National Bauk 1902, Edward Olson president b. B. Knatvold vice preside at o. L. a 0. Erickson. Assistant cashier directors a w Knatvold. P c Jensen h o Carlson. Ole i Opdahl j p von Berg. Edward Olson. B actaeon b h Knatvold Chas Jorgenson Clint l Luce w h woo. A c Thompson. J g Johnson c l Swetson h c Nelson m f Rushfeldt a c Eric Sou we do a general banking business Aud extend As Liberal terms As is consistent with Safe and conservative banking. Buy and sell drafts on the old country passage tickets sold on till the pro i Cipal steamship lines. 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