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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 23, 1898, Albert Lea, Minnesota An open letter to mothers. I we Are asserting in the courts our right to the exclusive use the word and Pitcher s Castoria As our Trade Mark. Or. Samuel Pitcher Hyannis Massachusetts was the originator Pitcher s the same that has borne and does now Bear the fac simile signature wrapper this is the original Pitcher s castor1a" which has been used in the Homes the mothers America for Over thirty years. Look carefully at the wrapper and see that it is the kind you have always bought the and has the signature wrap per. No one has authority from me to use my name except the Centaur company which Chas h. Fletcher is president. March 8, 1897. Latest notes news we feel it our duty to Call your attention to the bargains in crockery we Are now offering and which we feel sure will not Only please but Surprise you. We have lately received one the finest and most Complete lines crockery Ever offered for Sale in this City and the prices we name will surely Appeal to your pocketbook. Jno. C. Ross sous. Successors to the Cash grocery co. Northern we have hand and shall keep in Stock a full and Complete line Creamery supplies consisting butter tubs color Salt circles Parchment linings tub tins oils belting brass and Iron fittings Etc. All which Are first class in every respect. We Are also agents for the Winner o3o.-u.rri and All kinds Creamery machinery. We have also a shop full first class machinery a first class machinist and Are fully equipped to repair any kind machinery. Respectfully soliciting your patronage we Are yours truly e. W. Knatvold prop. The new grocery store in the Nissen Block is now running in full blast and we can offer our patrons the freshest and finest Stock groceries. And Ever shown in Freeborn county prices Are right. Call and be convinced. Anderson. From the country chief happenings chronicled by the Standard s corps Alert correspondents. Bartland. Two Days blizzard and a right smart Snow torm occurred last week. Trot out your cutters and sleighs for we May have six weeks sledding a March. January milk received at the Creamery aver used to cents Hundred. A. J. Newgard was in town part last week Kolan i Onovan Are building a warehouse in the rear their store. Newgard Sorli Are making improvements in Ihler store including an office and shelves for their paints. Or. Severtson is doing the car Penter work and Thorvald Samuelson the paint ing. Emil Hatle was Laid to rest in the Synod Luth eran cemetery Southwest town feb. 15. Key. J. J. Strand conducted the funeral was from the Church. He was highly respected by All who knew him. His Fallier Ole Hatle came up from . Nilssen s Hospital to attend the funeral his son but returned to Albert Lea last week. We understand Olto Hansen is slowly regain ing his health lawyer Mcgregor new Richland was in town tuesday last week. From 13 to 15 degrees below Zero was the temperature last Friday morning c. H. Doty will Start for Kansas this week. Nothing preventing. Rev. Of h. Oehler will be with us next sunday at the usual time. All Are invited. Remember the congregational Basket social at the Woodman s Ball next wednesday evening and All attend. No postponement account weather. Now is the time to look up and clean All seed to be sown this season. The cleaner the seed the better crop we will reap there will be considerable land seeded to Clover and Timothy this season in order to fur Nish fodder and pasture for the Stock. How . Editor As you have had no doubt considerable experience in raising hogs in be half those in this neighbourhood who have lost so Many hogs the last six months will you advise us through your popular paper what to do about it. Many Are very much discouraged and hardly dare to buy More and keep in the business. By feels incompetent to advise in the matter. It is True we Bear and read Many opinions and can Only judge Best from the reports actual experience and these Are almost invariably thus far to the effect that where an attempt has been made to raise hogs a farm where the cholera has raged they have All died off again. This we understand is the Case in Iowa and other states where hog Rai slog has extensively been entirely abandoned Clark s Grove. Miss Lille Larson and miss Dagmar Jenson Are at Albert Lea learning the dressmaking Trade. The former and the misses Nelson were Home Over sunday. Level Peterson miss Nola Peterson and mrs. C. F. Jenson were at Minneapolis a visit last week the Clark s Grove Creamery received luring january -14j5s2 pounds milk. Made pounds butter and paid an average 81 cts. Per Cut for milk. The average test was was 4. Yield 4 78. Coal hauling was let to Chas. Peterson for an other year. The new Victor combined chum purchased lately f. B. Fargo co is now trial at the Creamer. Or. And mrs c. H. Dills leaves for Topeka to Day. They will visit relatives residing at pea body. Kansas at the same time. Mrs. A. Hanson went to join her husband at sleepy Eye monday last Weic where they the next Day witnessed the marriage sir. Hanson s sister. They Are expected Home some time this week. Robert returned from his trip last wednesday. Or. And mrs Julius Larson have taken up residence at the former s Home. Or. And mrs. Chas. Peterson Are rejoicing Over a new boy that came to Gladden them wednesday last week. Gordonsville. Soloman Reep Yates Centre Kansas has ment they gave a dance. All report a pleasant time and Hope they will come again. Lloyd Summers came Home from Nora Springs to spend sunday with his parents. Mrs. Farmer who has be ii spending a few Days with her parents Nick is Verlma returned to her Home at Northwood saturday the dance Given by he band boys was not very Well attended. A number gentlest a from Northwood at tended the dance Here Friday night. Miss Maggie Donau closed a Verv successful term school m the Bragg District Friday. A. W. Trow left monday for Topeka kan., to attend the National butter makers Convent Lon Alden. On monday evening last week the Stab Aud part the ice House the old Carlston Creamery was burned. Loss probably do. It is said that the danish Young men Carl Ston Are getting up a Caru Val thus reviving Tii celebrations the Olden Days. Chas. Fellows was in town Friday Lookin after his farm interests in this Vicinity. Gerhardt Svenson was a Wells caller monday Rev. Callahan held sen ices in the Church the United Brethren in Mansfield in the Abs Eric Rev. Haul is. William Lair and family Glenville spen sunday with Samuel Fulton the travel class met in a Geo. Washingto session tuesday night at prof. Barnes. A members were m Geo. Washington costume. A. G. Hall was an Albert Lea caller Mon Day. P. Carl drove Overland to Geneva a visit t his son in Law thai place monday. H. B. Howard and wife Seattle Wask a to give a lecture spiritualism and mind read ing this evening. Every Friday evening ten the Little boys Alden meet at one Home another in wha they Call a no tobacco tha idea 1 the non use tobacco in any form whatever that is right boys we like to see such soc Letle started in every town Village and City in Llu United states the fathers and mothers Shouk encourage the boys in every Way. Axel brn Mlin Albert Lea was seeing to his business interests around town last wednes Day mrs. Jacobson Makato formerly ibis place was visiting friends in and around Alden a few Days last week. Rev. Davis and wife have been act Eli engaged in revival work at Easton Minn., the past week Rev. Ackerman being the resident preacher c. C. Benton accompanied by s w. Hill Osage. Iowa doing business in Wells wednesday and thursday. J. P. Peterson Ole Opdahl Dell Sweet and Henry Onenson were Albert Lea callers wednesday. Frank Lembke and wife Climax Minn arrived the evening train Wilday their was Tomans eld where they intend to visit friends and relatives for some time. Jos. Comstock was in town Between Friday. Miss Lottie Cottrell Glenville is the truest her brother Bert Cottrell and family. Willis Jenks was a business caller saturday. Mrs. G. Barton Armstrong was the guest mrs. A. K. Norton Friday. Mrs. Jarnes Mcconnell is visiting with r parents at Rushford the past week. The High school had a Little dhers Ion the Monotony school life by having a mock trial those who attended report that a great Deal Legal skill was shown m conducting the trial. Mrs j. A. Lovely was the guest mrs c c Button at hotel Hazle. Two Sleigh loads Young people were enter a u Roll closing tit Sale. Sleighs Hafl cutters. Going at Cost to make room for other goods. My Stock remaining consists a few the famous Stoughton oscillating Bob sleighs and Kalamazoo Portland cutters and you will get a big bargain if you Call right. We carry a full line All implements and tools used j. F. F outer co. Returned Here and expects to locate Here Lor the future he seems to think that Kansas is no where compared with Minnesota. Gut Man Lofthus Edmond and Terge Haugen spent a few Days at Leseur Minn., last week and returned Friday. A meeting the stockholders the Gordons Ville Creamery called for monday the 2sth inst. To elect officers and transact other business. This will be a Good Chance to secure shares As they Are nearly All sold. There is Strong talk that we will get a new harness shop in a Lew Days in the tillage. Everybody turn out to the annual town meet ing which will be held la March and select Good men and True to serve you next year. B. F. Paxton Plymouth got off the train Here last Friday. S. H. Edwards is limping around again he Bas had a bad strained ankle. Several the Gordonsville Woodmen attended at Northwood and assisted about 20 new Mem Bers there to ride the Goat pm Modem in All its appointments and All work guaranteed to rive satisfaction. Elegant Bath rooms drainage by City sewer. Call everywhere. Phone no. 114 the Creamery officials were out last saturday looking up a site for a new factory . Laager s child is much better. Geo. Mcgrath was at the county seat Satur Day negotiating a Purchase real estate. Or. And mrs. W. B. Thompson Glenville visited friends la Gordonsville last week. Gilbert and Geo. Hanson will Start for Alaska next Mouth. Or. Knutson s Little boy bruised his foot last summer which caused a running sore and has suffered Ever since until last week when Keene Northwood Teok a piece Bone. He is now getting better. The Poen Post will meet at the Home . Thurston Glenville saturday the 26th. Miss Inga Buber Minneapolis is a. Vaage. There will be All kinds farm implements kept in Gordonsville the coming season. Glenville. Resolutions bes rect. Whereas it has pleased our father which Art in heaven to remove from among us Rev. E. Clow and realizing the fact his Worth As a minister the Church the United Brethren m Christ we Bow with meekness yet with sad hearts to the will the infinite we would pay our respects to his memory and by a rising vote go Euville quarterly conference adopted the following Resolution resolved that in the death Rev. Edmund Clow we have lost an Earnest worker in tie Vineyard the lord and. Resolved that we will cherish ills memory and Pray god to Comfort those who have been bereaved. Resolved further that a copy this Pream ble and resolutions be published in the Freeborn county papers and the religions Telescope and that the pastor the u. B. Church present the original paper to the daughter the deceased. Done at a quarterly conference held at the Eckert school House feb. 6 a. D. 1398. A Bleb Scott. Pastor. G. W. Geesey Sec. The Milliner comedy co closed their entertainments saturday eve. After the entertain talked at the Home Enos and Wesley in. Mou Friday evening. Geo. A Case Winona is the guest his brother h. Case this week. Miss Clara Gilbert and Niece Clara Redmond were Over sunday visitors. Or. And mrs. Samuel Beatty returned Home after an absence some weeks at Washington d. C. They were accompanied by . Beatty s sister. Miss Jane Beatty who Bas occupied a position m the Treasury and postal departments at Washington but has been ill for some time with paralysis. She will most Likely make Minnesota her Home in the future. A sister Annie Cummings has been visiting Here for the past week. Lawenson Hanson co. Are contemplating the removal the building recently occupied 05 h. As a Butcher shop Ami building a Brick store making a department store their gradually increasing business. Mrs. Kurd and mrs Bostwick Albert Lea have been visiting with mrs f. Peck the last week. Rev. Ackerman Easton Minn took Chargi services in the is. E. Church in the absence Rev. Davis sunday. Rev. Davis was in charge the Easton pulpit. A number the Joung gentlemen attended the dance held in the Nie Kiihr Hall in Mansfield the auction held by j. A Kyle three Miles West town Friday proved successful As a financial venture some horses bringing As Higl As s8j and cattle As High As mrs. Julius f. Hall red Leld s d was taken to a Hospital in Chicago last week. Mrs Hall has been suffering for some Lime with can cer the stomach. Miss Mable Hurlbert was in Wells Satur Day. Or. And mrs. Peter Hanson were Albert Lea visitors saturday. One Hundred tubs was the size the butter shipment wednesday last week f. Beach with about fifteen teams was engaged in hauling lumber for a Large Stock barn to his place seven Miles North. The barn costs in the neighbourhood builder a. P. Bauson. On Friday evening the m. W. A. Hold their annual banquet. They will use the i. O Hall for their usual program and other proceedings and the City Hall for the banquet. The Alden Camp no. 1625 m. W. A. Has been organized since july 11, 1895. Commencing with a charter membership ten gradually growing year by year until at the present time the Camp has an enrolment members in Good stand ing go during the years its Organ Bation they have initiated 100. Many have removed to other Camps some have gone to their Long Home and some have dropped out. The present offi Cial Roll is As follows win. Lane e p. Greely w. A. Hodge Ira Cary t. J. Burton. The Al Den concert band will discourse Sweet music to the lovers thereof. Hay Ward. Old mrs Gulbrandson is laying at the Point death. Mrs Ole Ofstehage who has been very sick. Is improving. A mass meeting will be held at the Hayward school House saturday next at 1 p m. All should attend. Erik Wangen and family moved to new Rich land last saturday. The Young people met at a. Fri Duelund last wednesday night. All had a Good time. Ten signed the pledge not to dance any More Hon. H. C. Nelson attended a populist meet ing in Minneapolis last week mrs. H. C. Nelson left last week for Lake Park Minn to visit friends and relatives there Trenton. A new butter Meker arrived at Trenten a Short time ago . Anderson by name. The patrons the Creamery bawled the saw dust and quite a Good Many loads Coal last monday. D. Donaldson and Winnie Crumb seems to be doing line in the fanning Mill business. It la said that they make a great Many sales and that the Mills do line work. Several tubs Butler were shipped last wednesday. Sleighs Are seen the roads again instead wheels but Sleigh ing is very poor in some places mrs Emma is at Winnebago City a lilt no friends. The Freeborn boxers did not arrive saturday night account the Snow storm. Nels Westland has just purchased to acres Une farm land will Joe Carter and Jaa. Blodget were calling in this Vicinity the 21. They Are acting As agents. A Cousin j. Gimmicks from near Beaver dam wis is staying at m. B. Ayars. He in tends to work for Alfred Shoen Freeborn this summer a. Embertson Anil Joy was Here visiting his lather Peter Embertson last Friday he is now at Albert Lea having his eyes doctored twin lakes. Report twin lakes Creamery for january pounds milk received. Butter shipped. 5 57 butter to patrons. 970 butter made. Cash received for butter shipped s in 8 t for retail butter. 17100 total receipts. Jaq expenses. M sinking fund. 70 u7 paid patrons by Check 770 u butter. 173 cd average test. J7 yield. 40 Price per cwt. Number patrons 7g tubs shipped. N. J Jlon no secy. Ill. W. Is to Obj physician and surgeon. Special attention de voted to diseases the nose Aud Throat Geneva Mian. The Skinner mercantile co everything in dry goods. 1 we were fortunate in a Sample line and they were at t Lea Coll foe Youhg ladies. A boarding school with All the comforts and Beautiful 8 Sirro tin dint Home life. None but first Classi in. Tractors employed. Studies embrace a Complete College course catalogue and Otter information address to g. Sec. Of executive committee Albert Lea Jinn. Suits Worth for ily suits Worth 18.00 for oily 12.00 suits Worth 15.00 for Only 10.00 suits Worth i for Only Soo skirts figured mohair Worth 2.00 for Only. One skirts figured mohair Worth 3.50 for Only 2 50 skirts figured mohair Worth 4.00 for Only i skirts silk Worth 8.00 for Only 6. Oliea a Are the season for Muslin underwear is at hand and we have the most Complete line we have Ever seen in a. They Are artistically and can be had in your attention Lor Only a. Moment. 1 q j c and d grab e aim durable. Corset cover embroidered tucked Yoke a very desirable garment Only Corset cover elegantly and elaborately and tucked also in Beautiful lace trimming up to buy your fresh and Salt meats at the packing House Butcher shops finest Quality beef pork. Nutton veal and cured meats. Buy the Best. Brundin Bros. Broadway and Clark St. Meat markets. Albert Lea flan Nesotas. Hard and soft pm in any Juan titles All and and ult Trade promptly filled. Free delivery 10 City customers. A. C. Sorenson agent Albert Tuo. No Gilt Albert Lea lumber and Stock co. The Farmers Independent lumber Yard. Best Quality lumber lath Shin doors building paper and builders supplies always hand and old at lowest Market rates. Yard Broadway South court House. G. Johnsrud manager. La skirts Elesa Neeland durability and to who gee Ihm do these prices suit you in 45c to also eare a handsome line demise being co bold it that we can please the most fastid10us taste we beg to remain yours to serve co everything in dry goods. 5. 5. Edwards dealer a real estate. Fine Reil Dence properties for Gale in the City. Also farm properties for Sale. Several Fine farms in South Dakota for Sale. Or be Vliem with me and they shall receive my attention i22 i Roadway Lea Albert Lea Ninn. Lanuta Cturner structural Iron work am contractor Ifor Mill farm Creaner boiler Engue Torai Winter millinery All descriptions none is nicer in better taste than that always to be found at the old Reli Able store. Offerings in one Dollar hats. They Are pretty and just mrs. J. Stage. Old Reli Atole store am i give repairs Pliest ironwork. Smoke stacks. Orres Pendency solicited. Orders by mall promptly attended to a w. Veness prop. The Albert Lea National Bank Albert Lea. Minn. Capital transacts a general backing bruslde3s foreign Exchange Bong tand sold interest allowed deposits foreign Woolle Colon s 6t9 fire add Lue insurance h d Brown president. Do Phibby a jeepers. C Okellar cashier e. L. Jacobus . Successor to d. W. Hayes dealer in Wood Coal Linae Dement Etc tar ohm hitter and stir Finch office and Yard West College Street Telephone w. E. Todd c. W Smtth August Peterson abstracts title t0 f l v8 lots Freeborn county fur Sboril 1 have bad 25 years experience and having abstracted All tie Varly records Freeborn county i am stating that i have better fac Prience than any other Nan in the Bulnes. Of tale real estate broker. Geo Drommerhause son carnage buggies Spring f apis and farm wagons our Stock is the largest in Southern mince Sota. The Oest is Llie cheapest. You am invited to see Stock and prices before buying elsewhere. Kpa Ikiko neatly and promptly done. Geo. Drommerhause it son. Albert Lea Minn. Pressed Brick common Brick and All sizes farm Drain tile. Are especially requested to Call inspect the works. W. A. Morin proprietor stylish millinery. 5re rec Ellne praises enough irom Dis interested persons who know to make eager in our Money to loan real estate at lowest Bates. Interest time deposits. Foreign Exchange bought and sold. Steamship tickets to and from All i foreign ports. Special attention paid to collections fire life and Accident insurance. J. B. Lloyd. President. Jno. M. Unon. Cashier. One gives Relief. For Medicine until you have tried Ripans tables. You can buy them in the paper 5-cent Cartons. Ton tallies for five cents if you Don t find that sort Ripans tables at the druggists Send 5 cents to the Kip ans chemical company no. 10 Spruce St., new York and they will be sent to you by mail 12 Cartons will be mailed for 48 cents. The chances Aie ten to one that Keipans tables Aie tie very Medicine ladies headgear. We wish now to emphasize the fact that a e Ai e perfect Delineator it style and it takes less Money to style and perfection in headgear Here than at any other caterers to millinery modes. Van trl mined and trimmed hats every Cor rect style and trimmings All descriptions. V ought to see our infant s cloaks and Caps Large and Lovely assortment just received miss Carrie Narveson Watson Pederson Lake Mills Lake Mills Winnebago co., Iowa. Near court Bouse. Albert Lea Minn. Z. K. Mallery son City Transfer line. Also dealer in All kinds 01 Wood Coal z. K. F. H. Mallery. Once a Yard Broadway. South 8. M track. Gillrup Gilbert Exchange bought and sold farm Loans real estate collections abstracts taxes paid interest paid time deposits. Safe Deposit Boies for Bent. Call write for information. In ate. Albert Lea Minn. Capital am general. We manufacture Sharpen and repair flows All kinds and do general Black Smithing at most reasonable Bates. Horse shoeing a specially. Matson 4 Pederson. Cor. Washin ton and William Straely. Good lands in Minnesota. The Best farm lands to be found in the state Are along the line the Minneapolis St. Louis k k. Purchase s ticket to m a d i s h Dawson in Iii Parle 0 o., Minn., and con Vince yourself that less than 30 bushels wheat per acre is a crop general banking. Farm Loans negotiated. Interest paid time deposits. Foreign Exchange bought and sold Safe Deposit vault. Harry Jobb 9. Gulbband80n, August Paulson. Alfred christopher80s. Asst. Cubler directors g Gulbrandson tho8.w. Wilson Bam Jones b. M. Jolce farm lands a specially. Abstracts lands and City property furnished Short notice. Fire insurance in the most reliable foreign and Home companies. Mortgages. Deeds contracts leases Etc., drawn promptly and at reasonable rates. Office at Freeborn county Bank West Side Broadway near court House. Minn. The Minneapolis St Louis r. A connections made in Minneapolis and St. Paul with the Northern Pacific. Great Northern and Soo Pacific for the principal ports with direct steamers Tor Alaska. For tickets rates and Complete in formation Call agents the Minne Apolis St. Louis Railroad address a. B. Cutts u. P. T. Store primroses hyacinths cyclamen Palms Etc. Better prepared than Ever to fill orders for Cut flow ers and designs. Prompt attention paid to mail orders. P. Licensed auctioneer. Am prepared to attend to All auction Honable. 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