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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - December 13, 1895, Albert Lea, Minnesota Of Freeborn co i n t v t Les december 13, 1895.freeborn county times. H. Rehiman was on wednesday. The sick list St tin to 11 one Price coif King a House has not got any old shelf worn goods to sell at half Price but our Price is so Low that it is lower than the alleged half Price of others. If you do not believe it come and convinced of this great truth. The Mawkin its at Albert Lea 12 a. December 1.1,1806 wheat. .4 barley.20 it amp .23 oat.12 or. 1 of a flour Best. 11.00 Corn. .20 Fla. .77 potatoes .10�. .12 Hay. Pork. $3.00 beef. §.7s&$2.50 sheep Mutton. T2.5uf/,$3.lji> Beans. Chile kens. Turkeys. Butter Dairy. Butter Creamery. Eggs. Basswood. Oak. Maple. Hard Coal. Soft Coal Illinois. Soft Coal Hocking Valley the output of the Albert Lea Creamery this week is 3,500 pounds. The ladies of the a part class Quot decided to take a vacation until the holidays. Have after december Ollend Lonstad is to congratulated on the arrival at his Home of a Tulious j and Dollar boy. Weight fourteen pounds i a. I. Kenime was at Wells monday j and tuesday starting a new packing of .04 j station. This makes live that he now has in operation. Men do not always agree but when they express their opinion of the Rose Dale Cigar they Are of one mind. It s the Best. Thou. J. Yvanka maker. .18� .2 .17 $4.00 $5.00 $0. 10 $7.50 $5.00 on in Stoki i s always filled with customers. Why ? because we have nothing but reliable goods. We have but one Price. Your Money is As Good As your neighbors with us. T11k latest in Xmas ties and neck scarfs j11 it we lived. They Are beauties. Come and look at them. The Xmas ties Are put up in a Box just the thing for a Xmas present. You can Send them mail without danger of soiling them. Good Bright Load. Bert Taylor last night. Straw Sells for si.50 started for California for Kent. A new House. C. W. I f yet a a h a sep it m 11 f before Selling. The times from now 1897, for $1.50. Ii a n80m. Foot a go. A it till january 1. Lion. Ollend Erickson of hath pres of the Albert Lea lumber and Stock co. Has been in the City this week looking after the interests of the com Pany. Or. And mrs. Jacob Larson or. And mrs. J. 11. Lloyd. Mrs. Jno. , and j. E. Stadhem combined business with pleasure in Albert Lea monday. A Lake m ills graphic. Is the month that makes you think of. Winter clothing Caps underwear Etc. Or. It. Wood returned yesterday from his trip to Waseca. Notice the slight St. P. Time table. Change in m a the highest Cash prices poultry e. Foot a co. Paid for 4t Henry Roo Wangen. Who was seriously injured this fall the accidental discharge of his gun is about recovered from the effects of the wound. ass of his right Arm impaired. W. B. M. A St. Hixson master builder of the l., was Here yesterday. Smoke Island cent cigars. Home and 1 Lor de a t. J. W Anes. Maker. Rev. G. A. Cooke attended the m. E. Church Institute at glue Earth City this week. J. M. Thompson representing the Simmons hardware co., St. Lous. Mo., the largest bicycle manufacturers in the world was in Albert Lea this week i and sold Gulbrandson pros two Hundred bicycles. This is the largest j single order for bicycles Ever placed in Minnesota South of St. Paul and embraces All kinds the cheapest to the highest Grade and All latest irn prove ments. Albert Lea College notes. And 308, West Broadway is the place where you will Purchase your Holiday goods everything kept in a first Elass meat i Market will found at Brundin Bros. Sydney Toutan of Westerville Iowa arrived yesterday to spend a week or so with friends Here. C. M. Wilkenson receives hogs every Day during the Winter and pays the highest Market Price. 2t ii. 11. Skaug is not out of the tailoring business but is strictly in it. E. Foot a co. Want All the poultry they can get and Art willing to pay the highest Market Price. It Johnson amp Barragan first door South of Schleuder s. The Empire grocery a is Headquarters for nuts candies and Fine cigars. Special prices Given to sunday schools for. Christmas candies and nuts a Rev. Alfred Cress will preach at Geneva next sunday his subject being a some of tiie perils of our All kinds of Hove factory. Repairing done at the times correspondence skating is in Vogue. Examinations begin monday. The Musicale at the College Chapel last saturday evening was a a Sweet Success mrs. Kyle took dinner at the College thursday the guest of the misses Boyd and . Tile ladies auxiliary committee held a meeting in the Parlours on wednesday morning. Miss Lottie Hormel from Austin is visiting her sister. She will remain several Days. Several of the students and members of the faculty expect to spend the holidays at the College. Preparing a of the poor e. I. Clark of the Morin Brick and tile works was in the City this week. He is living at Morenci Michigan this Winter. N. O. Steve spent thursday and Friday of last week in looking after his interests at Albert Mills graphic. Tuesday evening the friends of miss Anna Anderson gave a Surprise party in her Honor at the amp Home of postmaster j Sorenson. Clam Bouillon and at Sawyer s. Other hot drinks 9 w. Clark St. In pure co. Thurston Taylor pc Thurston proprietors Albert Lea the favorite resort. Elocution and phial Culi Urf. Marriage licenses were granted to the following this week w. A. Bryant and Lena m. Nelson Ord. Phillips and Elizabeth ii. Marlett. Miss Anna Anderson who has been visiting with her Uncle postmaster Sorenson for some time past returned to her Home in Green Bay. Wis.,yesterday. For Fine tailor made suit measure with If. Skaug. Leave your the College girls Are Christmas Box for some girls at Park College to. Mrs. John Edmond left wednesday for her Home in Claremont after a visit of several Days with her nieces. Several of the Young ladies enjoyed themselves at the a i Nion scout Quot at the opera House tuesday evening. Miss Hormel has a few Christmas gifts in the shape of water colors decorated China Etc. Still left which Are on Sale at the College studio. The Chapel speeches closed thursday morning with the senior oration. Miss Howe s subject was a has the aristocracy been a Benefit to England the production was ably written and Well delivered. For they Are. Cheap handsome reliable and in style. Try them. Many have and Are suited. New elegant and Wear Well you will find every article As represented w. W. Johnson amp co. Albert Lea Minn. A citations Given for entertainment. Social gatherings and rates reasonable. Miss Mina Black her. Is still he for a quarters a oysters a lunch or a full meal. A Iii Nils watch this space a Choice line of fruit tobacco cigars and confectionery always of hand. Call Aud see us. M. W. Sawyer railway time tallies at Albert Lea Minn c. N. Amp St. P. Railway. Going East. No 22 for Chicago Kansas City and j. It. Louis. 10 33 a to no. 4 for Chicago Peoria and coun in blurts. 6 33 p m no. 94 freight for Austin. 3 30 p m going West. No. 1 for Woonsocket Sioux City and Mankato. 8 17 p in no 23 for Mankato and Jackson. 4 17 p in no 98 freight for Jackson. 9 20 a it no. 68 freight for Jackson. 9 10 p to b., c. P. Amp n. Railway. No. 1 arrives. 2 13 p m no. 5 arrives. 5 0n a m no. 2 departs. 2 35 p to no. A departs. 10 55 p in no. 7 arrives freight. 12 30 p it no. 10 a departs freight. 10 00 a m n u. 8 departs freight. 1 30 p m no. 12 departs freight. 5 13 a it no. 9 arrives freight. 9 45 p it at the opera House december 19,20. And 21 a Rof. A a Oci Ili. As showing the value of real estate in Buffalo a enter the Tribune cites the fact that or. Wedge of Albert Lea. Bought a Block in that town last week paying $1,000 therefor. It is located four blocks from the business Center and shows the town to forging ahead. A Lake Mills graphic. For these valuable lots twelve in number. Or. Wedge traded his Well known stallion. Ring Wood. The science association met tuesday evening and listened to a paper or. Blackmer on a pre columbian the paper dealt with the primitive american races showing their characteristics modes of life and forms of worship and government. It 1 was evident that much labor had been expended in the preparation of the i paper and the discussion which Fol i Lowed the Reading indicated that the i subject was one on which Many had thought and speculated and in which All were interested. Church announcements. The b., c. R. Amp n. R. R. Business cards. John a. Lovely lawyer. Room 1, opera a House Block. Albert Lea Minn. wedge physician Ami surgeon Albert Lea Minn. M. Amp St. L. No. 2 arrives. No. 6 arrives. No. 1 depart. No. 5�?departsno 34 arrives freight. No. 33 departs freight no. 8 departs. No. 4 arrives. Kail a. 1 35 p in 11 05 p in 3 15 p m 5 1 a to 7 t 0 p m 6 05 a til it 00 a m 15 p in at the regular meeting of co. I at armory Hall next monday evening every member of the company is expected to present As important business is to transacted. The Albert Lea lumber co. Elected officers tuesday president Ellend Erickson Dent. H. C. . Ii. Dills treasurer and manager c. . And Stock As follows vice presi eighty acres for rent in London township. The dec of the nw4. Section 2, for a term of three years. Any person wishing to rent the land must apply dec. 18 the. Ailt i sirs Armstrong. Will hold Hall this the woman s Relief corps a Bazaar in the k. Of p. Afternoon and evening. Supper will served from 5 o clock till 8. All Are cordially invited. The ladies of the m. E. Church will i hold a a paper Bazar Quot in j. W. Smith s vacant building on Broadway. Friday dec. .0t h. Fancy articles in paper for Sale. Supper served from 5 to 8 o clock. A highly enjoyable Musicale was Given at Albert Lea College last saturday evening the misses Burnham Conkey Mcmartin gun Lac Johnson and huge assisted the chorus class j under the direction of mrs. K. M. I Strong. Oysters and All kinds of fish always j on hand at Brundin meat j markets. E. M. Bigelow having disposed of his laundry to w. Baumhoefner of Home a Stead Iowa will move to los Angeles cal., sometime next month the change being made because of mrs. Bigelow s health. By or. Bigelow s departure Albert Lea loses a popular and enterprising citizen but in his successor or. Baumhoefner we Hope to find the same push and Energy which so characterized his predecessor. A competent girl wanted to do housework Good wages paid. Inquire at this office. Jets. Dec. 15th, a the Commonwealth. 11. Farnsworth of Albert Lea. J dec. 22d a social evils that threaten a assistant inspector of grand army dec. 29th, a conflicts Between labor posts was present at the meeting of j and capital and Jan. 5th, a the Gen Lincoln Post saturday afternoon. The \ Tlemcen of the new gentleman was one of the soldiers who assisted in the capture of j. Vilkes Booth the Assassin of Lincoln. He has promised to give an address Here giving the details of the capture under the head of a my last night in a new Richland North Star. D i h Clin a lament s. Edwards attorney at Law and City attorney. Office Over the Albert Lea mercantile co. Albert Lea Minn. Convenient and acc0mm0datin6 j. Morton. G. T. A p. A., Cedar rapids . Vav. H. Wood Albert Lea Minn. Piano tuner e. Todd lawyer. Room 6, opera House a a a Block Albert Lea Minn. A Jenky a. Morgan lawyer and county at a 1 Torney. Office in Gulbrandson Brock Broadway Albert Lea Minn. Full Loup a Gilbert real estate Loans Vij insurance and abstracts office West Side Broad Way near court House Albert Lea Minn. C a. Blackmer m. D. Office East Side of a a Broadway. Has neat and new Hospital facilities for surgical and chronic cases. Albert Lea Minn. M. E. Church. Rev. G. A. Cooke pastor. Morning service 10 30, a the prophets vision a evening 7 30, evangelistic service. Christian science services in old masonic banquet Hall next sunday morning at 10 30 subject. A Friendship of David and Jonathan a sunday school immediately following. Universalist Church. Rev. H. C. Richardson. Pastor. Sunday morning dec. 15. Subject. A the Unity of the Christian Church Quot in the evening will begin a series of religion political lectures sub Mark m. Jones real estate and Loans will buy real estate. Mortgages or City orders. Fire insurance in Best old line companies. Office in wedge Block. Albert Lea National Bank general banking. Ii. D. Brown president. D. R. P. Hobbs vice president. C. B. , cashier. Albert Lea Minn. Fort Dodge trains. No. 1 arrives. 2 55 pm no. 5-arrives. 5 06 am no. 43 arrives fright. 6 15 p us no. 2 --depart.1 55 pm no Al departs .11 10 pm no. 41 departs freight. 7 00 am trains 5. 6 and 9 daily All others daily except sunday. Trains 1 and 2 have Pullman sleeping cars Between Chicago and Cedar rapids and a Vestibule chair car Between St. Paul and Chicago via West Liberty and trains 5 and 0 Pullman sleeping Cam Between St. Paul St. Louis and Chicago. Information regarding routes rates tickets Etc. Will is furnished upon application to j. W. Kinsey agent. Farmers take notice. The Farmers Mutual live Stock Union will ship Stock of All kinds every monday and any person wishing to ship can do so. The membership fee is one Dollar and the manager a. C. Sorenson will deduct same from the first shipment and give certificate which entitles the Holder to All the benefits of said Union. It is purely Mutual and any shipper will get the Chicago prices less the Cost of shipping. Clark 11. , Sec. We make a specially of Fine society printing and wedding invitations. At the Glove factory you cheap a Good Buck sheep Goat kid or mocha Glove or Mitten. Mrs. Peter Clausen died last tuesday of consumption. She had been an invalid for several years and had slowly declined t ill her death. Her character was very Beautiful. She was always patient and considerate and a Friend to every one who needed her Aid or sympathy. She leaves her husband Peter Clausen and three children. The funeral will let a held at the danish lutheran Church tomorrow afternoon at two o clock. The performance prof. Roche last night was far the Best he has Given Here or anywhere. He made numerous tests All of which were highly successful. And the Good sized audience was thoroughly delighted. One subject was made to believe act and talk As if he can get j were Buffalo Bill and then As if he were gov. Mckinley in which latter character he earnestly solicited votes from the ladies at the next presidential election i in the course of his pathetic Appeal he said a vote for the Mckinley Bill for the Wilson Bill for Buffalo Bill for the whiskey Bill or any other the Climax of the performance was when prof. Roche after putting to sleep three subjects placed them in horizontal tiers making of them human stairs up and Down which the professor walked. It was truly Quincy daily journal 111.j we still do business at the dark j the yellow front flour Ami feed Street meat Market in connection with i store on Clark Street has not changed the favorite stand on Broadway where j hands As Many think but is still run we have been doing business for the j g. A. Powers and c. R. Fellows who past eighteen years. Will pleased to serve their patrons i Psi Din Bros i of lamps Fine China glassware Wall paper silverware toys school supplies. Notions Ete. We Are Headquarters for buy Early Ami avoid the Rush. Remember our free lunch tickets will Given with purchases amounting to or More. Trade at $1 the fair store a. H. Squier proprietor Albert Lea. Low prices a to All a Knatvold amp Brown Bankers Albert Lea Minn. Solicit accounts of Mech hits Farmers and mechanics. Money to loan on notes and real estate Security. Interest paid on time deposits. Foreign Exchange sold on All european cities. Steamship tickets to and from Ull foreign ports. City and fact property for Sale. Fife life Ond Accident tame. Especial attention paid to collections. First National Bank Albert i Minn capital $50,000 surplus $10,000 Harry Jones. President. August Paulson cashier. G. Gulbrandson vice president. A general banking business transacted. Interest paid on time deposits. I Itlie it Itil Sut e directors h. O. Haukness. C. H. Flindt. G. Gulbrandson. Taos. W. Wilson. V. Gulbrandson. August Paulson. P. M. Joice. E. H. Rich. Harry Jones

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