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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - August 25, 1905, Albert Lea, Minnesota 0freeborn county times August 25, 1905. Went to North Dakota monday for an Northwood spent several Days with past few Days from the effects of old j week for a Short visit with friends. Extended visit with relatives miss Sarah Tyssen commenced a term of parochial school in the base Ai tit of the Church last monday. Mrs a visit tit in miss Grove miss bid ii la Wells. Heath left recent on a ii or s. A of Albert i it a a visited week. V. G. Payne of Albert Lett was a Weils visit r sunday s a. Anderson and h. W. Huschor have aunt a ast to i a Roods. Or and mrs. Ii Kerman leave Coda for a visit a sleepy Eye. Mrs Thompson and daughter Ethel have returned Frow a visit in Dakota. A o. Olson has gone to Valley City n in where he will remain for some Tine mrs t i re Eaton and children Are a his to visit at the Eaton m it in Corge Kaos had a i saturday a Wells week. Hrs a o. V its b Hen m r to a caught r adv at mrs. Stensrud and two children of j Ake Mills Are visiting her sister e 0. Ort n. Be Heber is very sick and his a. W. Or t Bren Are it Anne for him St they can. Al l Jenks has moved to the John a. Johnson House which to recently purchased. Mrs. Charles a Arian returned to Albert wednesday after visiting the j. A. Bower family. Miss May me Hines entertained the Carlock bridal party at the thus. Min s Home last week the e. L. Mcnarney family left last week for Wesley Iowa where they will make their future Home. County clerk John Flynn was Over recently for a Short visit with his parents or. And mrs. J. A. Flynn. Mrs. Dias. Davies. Mrs. Brandt Aud daughter Flossie who Are visiting in eur Claire have returned Home. Or. And mrs. Curran entertained a party of friends at cards on the 26th anniversary of their wedding monday. Edge Quinn of Fairmont was in town saturday Aud attended a directors meeting at the first National Bank. Or. Edward Larkin and family of St caul Are visiting at the Home of or. And mrs we. Bottle Elm this week or. Aud mrs Sty be have returned to Lake kids after a visit with mrs. Staves parents or and mrs. Matt j Olson. Charles Hawkins Carrier of route j no. 2, has moved to town and will live j in the Chaa Al place in the Northwest i it Art. Born to or. And mrs win. Aikin South of town. Sunday a daughter to or. And mrs Alfred Noer Friday a i Orum. H. A. Wells is at Flemington mo., for several weeks trip lie is there on business connected with an estate in which he is interested. Miss Alice Flynn left last thurs Day for St. Paul where she has a position with the wholesale millinery House of Strong amp Warner. Messes. Mayor j. H. Burmester August Veite Henry Gohde John Pankonin and Henry Burmester have returned from their trip to Germany. Or. And mrs. F. E. Watson and daughter Winnefred who have been visiting friends and relatives in this City have returned to their Home in St. Paul. Miss Hilke went to Good Thunder saturday to stay Over sunday. Her sister miss Elsie Hilke who was Here visiting last week returned to her Home with her. A Large number of friends were at the Chris Dunner Home last sunday to visit with the Danners before they move to Albert Lea As they have leased int farm to John Sauer. Miss i Arrie Quinn has returned to in a it Lethe duties after a visit in Dakota or. And mrs. \ it Buttes returned to sit \ up i of a. Atter visiting a 1 w wet us with relatives Here. Fred Meyer died at the Home of ins brother. August in Walnut Luko town ship. Aug i Ltd at noon after an ill Ness of about tire years. Tiler was a Largo attendance at the funeral. Thomas a or a of Wells Aud miss Dorothy or it Ngel of Blue Earth county wet married inst Ween wednesday tit the Horn near Mapleton they will reside in Wells. Last saturday while the family of Thomas Lewis was spending the evening with friends a sneak thief entered their to a so and took $11 in Money and some valuable forum. A e. Johnson of Oscaloosa Iowa has be n in town it r a few Days making arrangements to open a bakery. He has Retro i the Estes building one door South of the Levy store and sex peels to be tax Ady for business about september 1st. Lake Mills. O to Iroe has been in Dakota during the Ween. Or. And mrs n. Jetson were at staul this week. S. H. Larson transacted business at Albert Lea monday. Miss Arrie Smith visited friends at Kiester monday. Or. And mrs. O. No Styve spent last weeks at Wells. Burien buggy is visiting relatives in Pope county Minn. A or an mrs. Walter Weed Are the proud parents of a Fine baby girl. Mrs. In Thompson and children i died friends at Emmons Over Sun Day. Misses Amanda Peterson and Amanda Are at St. Paul this Otranto relatives last week. A airs. Katherine Gray finished her work at Osage and came Home Day night to stay till sept. 4th. I Art Zwerneman departed tuesday for Custer wash., to visit his daughter mrs. Herb Clough and family. Iou Davis leave Friday for Estherville where she will teach in Institute after which she will resume her worn Tribune. I miss Anna Mykleby of Elmore is Vigil lug her inter mrs. M. A. Aas guard. Is. A. And is Home from her visit to relatives Ai Northwood Aud rennet to. Mrs. Williams is visiting her Mother mrs Gibbs Aud sister mrs. Harriet i Nomas. Miss a it Ennie Oison returned yesterday to her Home at Wells after a few Days visit. Mrs. A Burdick is having a two s Ory addition unlit to the front of her residence. Miss Ida Nelson is visiting with friends and relatives in Mitchell county this a Lek. Norman Colby left for Keokuk last week to enter upon his studies at the dental College. A. H. Berg of Cooperstown. A d., called on relatives and friends Here saturday and sunday. Miss Mary Davis has been appointed teacher of the seventh Grade in the Forest City schools. Miss Etta Smith left for Waterloo Iowa saturday where she has accepted a position As Telephone girl. A. O. Bah Ken and family returned Home saturday from a weeks visit with relatives at Faribault Minn. Misses Dena Thompson and Louise Christensen of Northwood visited their Friend miss Gena Groe Here this week. Lyle. E. Pankhurst spent sunday in Waterloo. Mibs Marie Volstad went to Boone la., saturday. Pete Peterson went to Enderlin n. I a thursday. I a Padleford is reported quite sick with appendicitis. H. A. Stockwell left tuesday morning for Sherwood n. Miss i feign Thompson started for Velva n. D., thursday morning. Or t. Pierson returned monday from an extended visit with relatives in Oregon. Or. And mrs. A. O. Christenson went to Minneapolis last week for a age. She was 79 years old last of j Toner. Miss m. K. Putney of Hartsorn Connecticut who has been mining with her sister mrs. T. F. Leonard on Oakland Avenue has returned Home. The annual Outing of the employees of the Horine packing company was Neld at Lafayette Park last saturday occupying toe East part of the grounds or. And mrs. Edward merchant of Minneapolis and miss Alice Kearns of Dustin visited at the Home of or. And mrs. J. P. Lamping Southeast of Austin last week. Austin flax Fibre works have their buildings and Plant All moved to their new location in the Northeast part of the City and will have their machinery in shape for operation in a few transcript. Miss Mecelia Bennett who was quite ill at Seattle recently is much better. She has decided to Settle in Seattle with her children or. And mrs. Will Stuart and or. And mrs. George transcript e. Burr is making a half million of Brick for the building to be erected few Days stay. Miss Ethel Resor and sister were up i for an addition to the Kennel pack from Carville to spend sunday with i my House. As soon As they Are made friends in Lyle. He will commence manufacturing the congressman James a. Tawney is in receipt of a communication from miss Leedle has returned from vitrified paving Brick for our streets Erro n. I and is arranging for her millinery opening. Leo. Everson and Fatu Ity came Down j the Post office department notifying from Bottineau a d., wednesday for j him that Complete Rural delivery mail a visit with relatives. Miss Sophia Evertson came up from Otranto wednesday for a visit with her sister mrs George. C. R. Cook returned to St. Paul tuesday morning after spending a few Days with Lyle friends. Mrs. A. A. Hancock is spending a few weeks with relatives at Minneapolis and thief River Falls. Carl Zwerneman of Otranto left on tuesday morning for Custer Washington where he will visit his daughter. Rufus Anderson has secured a position with the merchants National Bank of los Angeles ca., and left for thai place wednesday. Miss Viola Blakestad left thursday afternoon for Whittemore la., where she will visit relatives and later go to Bode to visit friends. Service will be installed in Filmore county on october 16. At that time Lour new routes will be established making the total number forty four. Mrs. C. H. Davidson has received a Telegram from her son. James w. Davidson staring that he arrived in san Francisco tuesday. He is Well and will leave thursday for Austin arriving about sunday. The following is an associated press dispatch san Francisco aug. 15.�?j. W. Davidson of Minnesota acting Consul general at Shanghai who arrived from the Orient today says that the cause of the chinese Boycott is the discourteous treatment which the sons of influential chinese officials have received at the hands of immigration officials on Landing at san Francisco. A the purpose of the Boycott a said or. Davidson Quot has never been to be Lione expects to leave Satur j cure the admission of coolies but to Day morning for Lake Mills where he gain a proper treatment of the exert h. It. Evans Aud baby arrived log a several weeks of nor-1 empt her from Canby Minn., sunday for a visit at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. B. M. Bangs. I be infant child of Rev. And mrs. J. A. Aasgaard of Deforest wls., died last thursday after several weak suffering with spinal men gitis. The Synod sunday and parochial schools held a festival at town Lake sunday. Rev. Torgerson delivered a speech. Services were conducted at the Church in the evening by theological student Jacob Tweeten. Manager n. I. Nelson of the Lake Mills Canning co. Tells us that the factory will begin operations in about two weeks. Considerable new machinery has been put in and everything is in modern up Odate condition. The Corn crop is Good and the output will undoubtedly be As Large As any of previous Mills graphic. A Gian school in Rev. Dahl s District. Or. And mrs. Egger were pleasant or. Davidson thought that the fact that orders had already been placed by surprised last Friday afternoon by for six months ahead Tor delivery of thirty rattles of the Village the of american goods would prevent the Casion being their second Annivera j Boycott being successful but head sary. Fitted that a popular anti foreign Gus. Lentil returned Friday even feeling might by aroused which would big from Rochester and reports Leav i ing p. A. Johnson Iii a hopeful condition. Re he operation which he stood very Well was performed thursday Tribune. Carry the fight beyond control and result in serious consequences. Lyle Center. Alfred Johnson is threshing with lie running. Mrs. A. J. Aultfather visited friends at Lyle saturday. Or. And mrs. G. F. Aultfather visited at John Duerst a sunday. Miss Orrie Hart has resigned her position As teacher in this District. Lorn Martin and family of Rose Creek visited at c. A. Luck end a Sun Day. Northwood. Ben Powers and Bride of Dakota Are miss Ida Dahl has gone to Mason visiting his parents or. And mrs. C. City to attend summer school. Powers. Mrs. Florence Bosserman and Little j or. And mrs. E. P. Spooner spent miss Elenor returned to Chicago. Last week visiting their grand Daugh an automobile race will be one of ter mrs. Will Pace the at tract ions of the county fair. Mrs. C. F. Wenham of Chicago and supt. Dwelle has gone to Waukon a lady Friend visited her sister mrs. To enter upon a two weeks session of i a. Elmer last Tran g. B. Burhans testifies after four years. G. B. Burhans. Of Carlisle Center n. Y., writes a about four years ago i wrote you stating that i had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of i Foley a kidney cure. It entirely stopped the Brick dust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared. I am glad to say that i have never had a return of any of those symptoms during the four years that have elapsed and i am evidently cured to stay cured and heartily recommend Foley a kidney cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder sold by All druggists. Institute work. Miss Eli a Mcquatters is attending summer school and visiting friends at Mason City. Co. J. H. Sweney of Osage was a guest of la Eno and Scammon Fain tiles last week. Script. Was in poor health for years. Ira w. Kelley of Mansfield pa., writes a i was in poor health for two years suffering from kidney an elitist Sam Pangburn made a re bladder trouble and spent consider-1 wills our Law making Power the Vil. Able Brownsdale. Mrs. Sarah Wheeler is visiting her daughters in South Dakota. Mrs. Martha Jepsen has returned from her visit in South Dakota. Rev. I. B. Wood returned from St. Haul saturday in improved health. All sidewalks hereafter built or re Dill in tit business part of Brownsdale including All of Mill Street must be of Cement or its equivalent. So sheriff Oscar Subby of Freeborn county visited friends in our town last a a onday. Misses Nana Keenan and Katie Keefe were visitors in Minneapolis tuesday. Or. And mrs. Benish have returned from a visit with relatives at Boland Iowa. Miss Bertha Odegard went to St Paul Friday morning for a Brief visit with friends. J. T. Schuesler of Chicago is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. N. C Wartenberg. Carl m. Peterson Bas gone to Houston where he intends to Start a Bowling Alley. Nordean Olson went to Minneapolis the fore part of last week for a Short visit with relatives. . Zankert has gone to Wahpeton n. D., where he will remain during the Harvest season. Wallace Gordon is Back from bismark n. D., where he has been playing Ball during the past season. Miss Agnes Veblen has gone to Iowa City la., where she will remain for a Short time visiting her parents. Mrs. Frans Schisler departed sunday for Osage Iowa where she will visit her daughter airs. J. J. Bzuzek. Miss Nna Ruzek was a passenger to Rochester last Friday to visit her sister who is he at St. Mary a Hospital. Or. And mrs. J. C. Brainerd went to Redwood fails where they will spend a Short rime visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. J. W. Witson and children who have been visiting relatives at Stillwater for the past month have returned. P. T. Meehan has sold his Home to Ole o. Hjelmen and the latter will take Possession about the first of november. Mrs. H. N. Thurston and daughter miss Gladys Are visiting mrs. Frank Thurston who is seriously ill at Glenville. Miss Ramah Guthrie arrived tuesday morning from Dubuque la., for a Short visit at the Home of m. M. Guthrie. Mrs. George s. Brainerd and children have gone to Stewartville where they will spend a Short time with friends and relatives. Sam a. Rask and miss Ina Solberg and Amelia Inland attended the meeting of the Luther league which convened at St. Ansgar la., tuesday. Samuel onsgard who has been Vissing relatives and friends in this Section departed thursday evening of last week for his Home at Brodhead wis. Joseph Ruzek returned thursday evening of last we from Rochester where he visited his daughter Elsie who is steadily improving from her serious illness. Or. And mrs. A. Olson and children or. And mrs. C. K. Naas or. And mrs. P. B. Frost and mrs. Lynn Alley were the guests of or. And mrs. Gor Vin of Lansing last sunday. James Dovolos representing the Austin Candy company manufacturers of Home made Candy was in town tuesday looking up a location for a Branon store in Blooming Prairie. Sanford s. Illand had his leg badly burned thursday of last week in some manner a Load of Barley caught fire while they were engaged in threshing on or. Inland a farm and he was burned while assisting in getting the machinery to a Safe Prairie times. Mrs. G. F. Hyde died at her Home aug. La from the effects of an operation which she had recently undergone. I he following were among those who attended the funeral or. And mrs. C. E. Hyde Webster s. Or. And mrs. Elmer Udell of Wells mrs. Miller of Rockport 111. Fred Brown of Hull 111. Mrs. L. L. Hyde of Wells mrs. A. E. Getchell of Owatonna miss Emma Byrnes of Austin. It vacation trip to the twin erne. N i Litchfield Minn. Misses Tara Benson and Mae Cill lie son Are attending the Normal Institute at Mason City this week. A. W. By a him St. Paul Hospital. And undergone waft a Success. North Wood Index. Miss Gertrude Bingham instructor f the iride s parents j Iii music in Chicago arrived Here Ltd Oduy or a stay with the Hingham t Nis it t y. Misses Gene Groe Ina Platts Lottie Todd and Grace l. Wilson ambitious teachers from Lake a ills attended the Worth county Normal. Money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked Benefit but was cured by Foley a kidney cure and i desire to add by testimony that it May be the returned from the j cause of restoring the health of oth-1 rite operation he refuse substitutes. Sold by All i Rug gifts. Lag transcript. Fraud exposed. A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell imitations of or. Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds Lansing. Lester Payne accompanied his aunt. Is. Of Halloran. To Glenville wis., to i and other medicines thereby defrauded. Relatives. Ing the Public. This is to warn you Austin. H. Mortenson has opened a shoe shop. Miss Elva Gilbert of Mason City came Sawi Day to visit her aunt mrs. G. Fred Baird. % Henry Waterman a two Brothers mrs. Lizzie Tompkins and daughter to beware of such people who seek Clara arrived Here tuesday evening j to profit through stealing the repute from Minneapolis and Are guests of lion of remedies which have been Suc from Chicago have Ben visiting him miss Minnie sensor has been chosen for the past few Days. To Mach on a of the departments of the j mrs. Belle Marco has gone to Brooks Hanlontown school formerly taught ton to spend several weeks Tih her by mrs. Lottie Gray Robinson. Mrs. G. A Anderson who has been daughter mrs. Inn Resle it or. And mrs. Henry j. Ost and visiting for about three weeks with. Children returned last week from their br1celyn. Mrs. E. N. Steffenson and baby accompanied by mrs. Noakes went to Forest City last Friday for an extended visit with friends and relatives. Airs. Geo. Mork and children of Rake left for Duncan Iowa last tuesday to join her husband who has a position in an elevator Brice n sen tin a guaranteed cure for piles itching Blind bleeding or protruding j in leists refund Money if Pinr Thioni f fails to cure any Case. No Matt of a Long standing in p toll Days a St application gives ease and rest. Of if your druggist Hast it Send th1 Thompson and m. Families has gone to her Hatton n. Johnson owe at Grove. Mrs. W. L Cady is spending a few Days with the folks at Home. Misses Lena and Mabel Gullickson Are Back from their visit it Dixon,111. Mrs. Louise Flatt Alice Aud Harry were pleasant callers at the Grove monday evening. On last Friday evening there was a pleasant gathering of Young people to help Charles Wardall celebrate his fifteenth birthday we hich also was miss Anna Linter s Natal Index. Poisons in food. Perhaps you done to realize that Many in Stamps and it pain poisons originate in your food will be forwarded Post paid by Paris but some Day you feel a twinge of visit with relatives in Holland. Judge j. M. Greenman and wife have gone to Dover Olmsted county to spend a few Days with her sister. Mrs. Charlotte it Baird has gone to Waupaca. Wis., to visit her sister. Her daughter Grace will accompany her. C. A. Pooler arrived Home saturday from his trip to Banff and Portland. Mrs. Pooler and her Mother Are in California visiting. J. H. Aultfather has shipped three Young registered Poland China hogs to the Montana experimental station at Boseman Mont. The tri state Telephone fore was stretching Copper Wir Ltd through this City saturday on their Way front South Dakota to la Crosse. County auditor Robertson has re mrs. H. R. transcript. John Thompson enjoyed a visit from his Brothers last week. Miss Myrtle Enney has gone to Mason City to visit her brother Frank and family. Uncle Billy Rutherford is again very ill and his life despaired of. Miss Alice Mcintyre of Minneapolis visited at the Cronan Home the last of the week. H. M. Mcintyre and son Harry drove to Blooming Prairie sunday to attend the funeral of mrs. Hyde. M iss Hester Hammond went to Rochester sunday afternoon to visit miss Nellie Vaughan. Miss hate dwelling and sister went to Rochester last week. Or. Aud mrs. S. P. Christianson and children spent sunday in Moscow. Harcor Lyon is attending the Portland fair and visiting relatives in Oregon. We. Cronan amp co., have sold their Coal business to John Thompson amp son. Miss Kellington of Minneapolis is visiting mrs. John Pollock. Cess fully curing disease for Over 35 years. A sure Protection to you is our name on the wrapper. Look for it on All or. Kings or Bucklers remedies As All others Are imitations. H. E. I Jocklen amp co., Chicago 111., and Windsor Canada. Ellendale. Ole Torgerson visited at Albert Lea. Mrs. Dennis Harty is on the sick list. Mrs. L. P. Devlin of Oshkosh wis., is visiting her father we. Lonergan. Mrs Maurice Lonergan and Daugh ter Leona went to Owatonna recently. Ole haraldson left tuesday for the Northern part of the state to look after Nis farm there. George Sheridan of Minneapolis is with her sister mrs. Claude Langdon. C. C. Campbell has returned from a trip to Colorado where he visited Denver. Castle Rock and other Points. Martin and Ole Torgerson left last week for Dakota. Marlin went to Washburn n. A. And Ole to James s. Dave Bettschen left saturday for Sioux Falls s. D., where he will visit his daughter mrs. Bell Gordon for a week. Miss Marie Gray arrived sunday morning from Valparaiso ind. She will visit in this Vicinity until school begins. Frank Flanedy of Chicago is visiting at the Home of his Cousin John Mack. He expects to remain several weeks. Mrs. Johansen and daughter Nora of Minneapolis who have been visiting at Albert Lea were the guests of. Irs. Flirt Anderson recency. Or. Boslough had a runaway Accident last week thursday evening near Coleyville. The buggy was smashed but the doctor saved himself by jumping. A. L. Wagner came Down from thursday returning saturday. Air. Wagner just left the Hospital on wednesday and is not feeling very wll As yet. Iyer Lovell was taken very ill sunday evening and or. Boslough was summoned about Midnight. On tuesday or. Loven s condition was slightly Eagle. Chris Clemmensen of Siuert Lea is assisting at the Eagle office during the absence of editor Campbell. He Nad been visiting at Hutchinson and Minneapolis for nearly two weeks. Victor Gulbrandson went to Albert Lea thursday evening and from there to Hayward where he remained until saturday. Eskil Gulbrandson took charge of the store during his absence. Tom Dunnigan went to Albert Lea monday returning. Tuesday. He brought Back three men to work in the Harvest Field. Help is scarce in this Vicinity and some Farmers Are paying $3.50 per Day. Henry Harty Hurt his left hand in the Chain of a Binder last thursday smashing his thumb and third Finger pretty badly. Or. Boslough was called upon and under his care the hand is Healing Eagle. Mrs. Mary Gahagan came Over from Geneva monday accompanied by her Grana daughter Lillian Gahagan who has been visiting at Geneva for a couple of weeks. Mrs Gahagan went to Albert Lea Eagle. O. M. Scott of Chicago Tirri cd wednesday evening to visit for a couple of weeks with or. And mrs. Jorgen Jensen. Or. Scott has been a mail Carrier in Chicago for the past seventeen years and is now having a couple of weeks vacation. Mrs. . Jones accompanied by her step Mother. Mrs. Ira Sawyer of Geneva returned from Owatonna Friday where they had been to consult the physicians in regard to mrs. Jones health which does not improve As rapidly As her friends Eagle. Hon. We. Ryan and daughters misses Elizabeth and Agnes and his neice miss Mae Desmond of port Chester n. Y., arrived recently from a three months trip through Alaska and Many of the Western states taking in the fair at Portland Ore. \ Acy will visit for a week with the Burness families before returning to their Nome at port Chester. A Hugh Bradley died very suddenly monday aug. 14, at half past one at me family residence in Berlin. His death was a Shock to the entire Community As he was in Ellendale saturday and attended Church on sunday and was seemingly in usual Good health. Sunday afternoon he complained of feeling dizzy and in the evening had a violent attack of vomiting. A retired about ten of clock and was soon sleeping peacefully. His wife sat up nearly All night As she was somewhat uneasy about him but he continued in sleep and in the Moraine about half past eight the family decided that he was sleeping too Long and his son Peter tried to awaken him. All their efforts to awaken him were of no Avail and one of the boys now thoroughly alarmed hurried to Ellendale for assistance. Or. Bose Lough being absent they telephoned to new Richland for or. Batchelder. Both physicians arrived about the same time but were unable to bring Back consciousness and or. Bradley passed away at half past one. Haemorrhage of the brain was the cause of his death. He was seventy five years old. The deceased was a Noble Man and was loved and esteemed by All who knew him. The sympathy of All is extended to the bereaved family in this their time of Ellendale Eagle. Grave trouble foreseen. It needs but Little foresight to Tell that when your stomach and liver Are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you take the proper Medicine for your disease As mrs. John a. Spending a month Ai the Home of1 you a go of Ciao no y-.? ,.sh9 8ay8i a i had neuralgia of the liver and Blooming Prairie. Roy Mcdougal is on the sick list Michael Burke came Down from la Luth recently. Alfred e. Johnson has leased the turned from Prairie Duchien where shrines residence. Medicine co St. Louis to. 4i-43 Scarville. A baby girl a it As born to in and i s. O. E. Bilstad ast monday. Andrew Elk a i am Madison,wls., is visiting i ids sister mrs. O. J. In sky. John Stephen anted monday in Ming for hum t to take a course at the College. Mrs. E. A. Gudvangen of Vinje dyspepsia that will convince you. Or. Kings new life pills Are guaranteed to cure All sickness due to poisons of undigested food or Money Back. 25c at l. A. Hanes drug store. Try them. He has been for the past week receiving treatment for rheumatism. John Tierney last week plead guilty mrs. W. L. Guckeen visited relatives in Owatonna Friday. George Jennings of Waverly is visit to stealing h u from Lee Lewis add ing friends in our town. Otranto. Miss Sophia Ewertsen returned sunday evening from a Short Tan with St. Paul friends. Mrs. H. E. Wiley and children of was sentenced by judge Kingsley to prison on the reformatory plan. Lyman Bird son of Fred Baird left yesterday for Faribault to visit i his Uncle Lyman and will go from there to Graceville to visit his Uncle Vej. Mrs. Henry f. Pawing of Austin township has been very Low for the or. E. W. Cooley went to Minneapolis tuesday on business. Mrs. James Barry and grand son Murray Devlin have returned mrs. Hillson Mother of Chris Hinton. Is reported As being very Low. Mrs. George Molarity visited with friends in the twin cities saturday. Ii. Davis went to Chatfield last Chaa. Lonergan miss Lena Nelson went to Northfield tuesday to visit her brother Ole Tor a few Days. Louis Torgerson departed tuesday for bismark n. D., when he will have employment in a factory. Miss Elizabeth Ruddy returned saturday from Iowa where she has been visiting since toe first of june. Miss Mamie Hanson of Litchfield n. D., visited mesdames c. P. Larson and Burt Anderson recently. Harald Clemmensen arrived sunday from Minneapolis and expects to remain in this Vicinity Tor some time. Mrs. S. C. Anderson and children of Owatonna moved to Minneapolis saturday where they go to reside. Jacob Jensen came up from Albert Lea thursday for a couple of weeks visit with relatives in this Vicinity. H. H. Herrick cashier of the Security state Bank of Owatonna visited Ellendale on Friday of last week. Miss Ettie Sloan returned to Owatonna Friday after a we Eek a visit stomach my heart was weakened and i could not eat. I was very bad for a Long time but in electric bitters i found just what i needed for they quickly relieved and cured Best Medicine for weak women. Sold under guarantee by l. A. Hanes. Berlin. Mike Mcfarland was an Albert Lea visitor Friday. Carl Arnold of Geneva spent sunday at me Misgen Home. Rev. W. Fisk of Freeborn was calling on friends in this Vicinity monday. Mrs. John Lundahl and daughter of Havanna was the guest of or. And mrs. P. Lundahl Friday. Ben Graif who was the guest of a. Ruedy and family returned Friday to his Home in Waterville. Mrs. Eugene of Keefe of Faribault arrived last Friday for a three weeks visit at the Home of her father John Eagle

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