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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - January 15, 1897, Albert Lea, Minnesota Fis Hebo tax Cov not times Jax vary 15, i Sot in i sell All kinds of coals a hard in soft and Smithing. And on account of former contracts i can sell Coal at a lower figure than any of my competitors. I also have a Wood Yard and handle the Best Quality and All kinds of Wood. When you come to town Call and see me. A. J. Stensvad Hartland Minn. M. L. Head physician Ann surgeon. B urn i Rimington lock Koal Geneva. Hartland Minn. Hartland. Bring in your feet both great and Small. Both Large and Short both few and All both wide and slim. Both fat and lean their fit in shoes can Here be seen. The Price is right the color True the shades and styles Are All bran new. I m in 111 Hill we also carry a full line of furnishing goods times correspondence Hartland time table. M. Its St. L. B. R. A. C. Dorset agent. To. I going North. 3.29 p in no. 3, a a a a. 2h�� no.s3, a a a a freight. In no. 2, going South. 1.23 p by no. 4, Quot. No. 34, a a a a freight. 5.5,1 p in Nelson is sick with at lowest prices. Groceries All fresh and at Bottom prices. All goods a a granted. Call and examine our Stock. We can save you Motley it you buy torn us. S. Nelson amp co. Hartland Minn. Blankets. Bellsln7robes. It is just the season when you need All of the above articles. We have them at prices that will astonish you. We want to do your repair work and sell you anything you need in the harness line. Call and see us. Ole Iundy Hartland Minn. Best cleanest cheapest. Of v e a your nest order. Office Gilbert House. Northern fuel co. Armstrong time table c. M. St. P. It. B. And Kew Esse agent. No. I going West no. 23, a a no. 22, going East no. 4, Quot a a6.33 p in8.27 a m 4.41 p in 10.17 a in Oakland timetable. A. M a St. P. In b. T. J. Food hot agent. No. I going West. 7.44 am no. S3, a a. No. 22. Going East. No. 4, a a a or. 3.51 p in .11.07 a in. 7.19 p in Hayward time table. C. M. A St. P. Be. B. Ski Khason agent. No. I. Going West. No. 23. A a Quot in u u m no. 22, going East. .10.47 am no. 4,mrs. Andrew lung fever. One of it. W. Nolan s Little girls is quite sick with a sore Throat. Druggist Jensen and wife visited the latter a Home in Clarks Grove sunday. Go to l. Ii. Roae Neran s for Sleigh Bells Robes horse blankets a full equipment is always kept on hand. Or. Downie of Garner la., a brother of mrs. Hugh Armstrong is visiting with relatives and friends in Hartland. Hugh Armstrong bought the forty acres of the Newgaard estate advertised for Sale Jan. 4th, paying for it �880. Ben Morke is helping Rudolph Stens Vad in the Creamery while Ole Gustave son is at the Dairy school. Ben will probably reman until Rudolph s new boy is Able to take in milk. La. Graham Nolan amp Donovan s expert Tinner in two Days sold thirteen of his Patent tank Heaters to Farmers also several shop rights. The Heater gives Good satisfaction wherever used Christopherson bros., have Pur chased a sausage chopper which is run by a neat Little gasoline engine Bologna will be turned out by the mile hereafter instead of the Rod As before on tuesday Jan. 19th, at Edgerton Vav is., will occur the marriage of i ii. Donovan of the firm of Nolan amp Donovan to miss Madge Morrisey of edger ton wis. We wish the Happy couple much Joy. A masquerade Ball Given it Donovan s Hall monday evening Jan. Lith and was a great Success. Miss Caroline jord Alii was judged the most handsomely masked lady and received the photograph album. Andrew Conley made complaint against re and Tom Baldwin for assault and Battery tuesday. A plead guilty and was fined five dollars or five Days and he took the latter. The Case of Tom was dismissed after a jury had been called. Moscow. Times correspondence. The recent Snow has improved the Sleigh ing. There will be a dance in the Hall Friday eve. Flora my att has recovered from her recent sickness. J. Sullivan and a. Lonergan san Dayed in Oakland. Miss Lizzie Mccoy is suffering from a sprained ankle. May maim entertained friends at a Candy pull saturday eve. Bessie Baxter of Austin visited at la. Register s wednesday. Clara Lettig plea Sally entertained a number of her friends tuesday evening. Or. Aud mrs. John Casey and Niees of Oakland were Moscow callers during the past week. Mrs. Ii. E. Althouse died at her Home monday morning at eleven of clock a. In. She had been a great sufferer for several years Ami expired in her chair which she has been unable to leave for Over a year. Funeral services were held in the m. E. Church wednesday at 1.30 of clock a free methodist minister from Wells conducting the services. Mrs. Coward a daughter was recalled from Battle Creek where she went some weeks ago for treatment and arrived about an hour before her Mother s death. Well Freeman. Mani ue8ter timetable. A. A St. L. R. R Ailt a St paid lion agent. No. I going North. No. 3. A a a a ii a j Iva. No. 33, a a a a freight. No. 2, go tug South. No. 4, a a. No. 34, a a freight. 3.15 p in �1.14 a til 6.35 a m 1.35 p in 9.15 p Iii Sjo p in Clarks Grove. A times correspondence mrs. C. In Dills is visiting in Geneva. The meetings at the danish Baptist Church Are being Well attended and As usual Here several conversions Are the result. Let the Good work go on. The larks Grove mercantile co. Holds its annual meeting next monday and according to reports they Lute had a very prosperous year. The Creamery Here seems to be progressing finely under the leadership of its new officers and we Are in Hopes to see it to the front As usual. Everybody seems to be enjoying the present Good Sleigh ing and by the sound of the Bells in use one would suppose they Hail appropriated poor too Lye a. This Vicinity has been called into mourning this week by the death of mrs. Erick Anderson and mrs. Stener Hanson both old Aud High in esteemed ladies. The sorrowing relatives have the sympathies of All. More curative rower is contained in a bottle of Hood s Nar a Saparillas than in any other similar preparation. It costs the proprietor and manufacturer More. It costs the jobber More and it is Worth More to the consumer. It Bas a record of cures unknown to any other preparation. It is the Best to buy because it is the one True blood rentier. Freeborn. Times m iss Luella came Home to stay with her Mother. Mrs. Leonard is not much improved in health yet. Or. Stevens has been on the sick list but is getting better. Miss Jennie Stevens visited her sister Jessie at Alden last week. The Woodmen contemplate an Oyster supper in the near future. Mrs. Aldrich has returned from her Iowa visit and reports a Nice time miss Lena Peterson is staying with her sister mrs. G. A. Seth at present. Miss Ina Fay went to Albert Lea saturday remaining with her aunt mrs c. C. Taylor for the present. Frankie Fisk is much improved and doctor has pronounced the crisis past. Or. Head Hail the Case in charge. Or. And mrs. George a. Seth Are the proud parents of a Tine baby boy that came last week to brighten their Home. The entertainment Given by an elocution St in the congregational Church monday evening was not very largely attended. Rev. F. Of. Fisk returned to his Home at North Branch tuesday visiting his Niece mrs. Cram at new Rich Laud Enro Ute. A Jolly party of Young people consisting of two Sleigh loads went out to the Pond by or. Fay a monday evening for a skating party a Fine time. Messes. J. U. Gibson m. , a e. Gilmore Otto. S. Aldrich Fred Gilmore and or. And mrs. Lalin went to Alden wednesday evening to attend the installation and banquet of Tho i o. O. F hospitable reception Timkiw correspondence born to or. And mrs. Sand Alt a gift or. J. Stoddard is visiting Here with Frie Nils. Augustes Rich of Manly la., was the guest of diaries Nagle sunday. Miss Rose Nelson of Glenville is spending several Days with the misses ivors Tad. Mrs. Bess and mrs. Baker visited with their sister mrs. Howe of Alden recently. Or. And mrs. W. G. Freeman entertained a score or More of their friends at an ice Cream social recently. A Young lady came to the Home of or. And mrs. Midi. Nelson last week and will stay with them until she reaches the age of eighteen. Or. And mrs. William Edwards or. Gardner or. And mrs. Robert Freeman or. And mrs. Lankie or. And miss Spooner mrs. Lang and mrs. Wadsworth were entertained at the Home of or. And mrs. Herman sunday where All spent a pleasant Day. Richland. Tisi a a correspondence ingebrect Haldorsen is visiting Here with relatives and friends. Peter Jorgenson is Home again and will probably remain for an indefinite time. Sam Peterson is Back again from Alden where he has been sojourning for the past ten Days lie looks Happy. Rasmus Christenson was in Albeft Lea monday evening where he Rode the Goat at the danish brotherhood Lodge. Henry Everson left last thursday for a trip to Blue Earth City. His sister Rosa has charge of the store in his absence. Andrew Brekke of Flandreau s. I is visiting at the Home of in. Ingbret sen. Lie will return to Dakota the latter part of this week. Portha Vangen visited her parents during the holidays. She returned to Elmore thursday where she will resume her duties As clerk in a store. Andrew Brown of Rice land recently returned from Norman county where he has been visiting among relatives and friends. There is a Colony from Here in Norman county of about thirty families Aud or. Brown called on most of them. He saw Jacob and Andrew eid g. O. Moan Ole Hanson Peter a. Peterson and William Peter son All former residents of Riceland. W Illiam Peterson was elected sheriff of Norman county last fall and Robert e. English is at Fertile and is doing Well. I to n is correspondence the social at mrs Shad s was attended. Miss Laura Lake has returned from Minneapolis. There will be a Danee at the Hall Friday night. Miss Lewie Pickering has been quite ill but is better miss Mary Hanson has returned from her visit it Hartland. Or. Limn. Of Owatonna was seen on our streets a few Days ago. Miss ii Pearl Howard has returned to school at new Richland. Mrs. Cressey of Austin is holding revival meetings at the m. E. Church. Or. Jenson and daughter of Bloom ing Prairie Are visiting at the Jenson Home. We Are sorry to learn of the deat h of mrs. Smith of Owatonna a aunt of or. Aud mrs. Will Gahagan. Miss Mae Don Ald died very suddenly at her Home in Newry last tuesday. The services were at the Catholic Church two Days later. Mike Fenton was quite severely injured last thursday morning. One of his horses became frightened and kicked him in the Side. Or. Fenton was unconcern for some time but at present writing is much improved. Norman. Or. Vav. L. A Luer physician and surgeon Comesee us. I Hanville Minn Glenville. Timbs correspondence 9. No. No. No. No. 2, no. S. No. To no. 12, Glenville time table. A. C. R. N a r. T. D. Hohm Jakk. Front. I going North going South freight freight freight freight freight 2.00 p in in .55 a in 9.15 p i 2.50 p m 2 00 p in 10.30 a in 5.40 a m times correspondence Norman time table. M. A or. L. R. R. N. H. Rasmi Shon agent. No. I going North. 2.10pm no. 5, a a a 4.82am no. 43, a a a a freight. 3.20 p by no. 2, going South. 2-40 p m no. 6. A a a a .11.32 pm no. 44, a a a a freight. 8.10 a in nos. 5 and it Stop Only of timing signalled. Office closed at 6 of clock p. In. Ole o. Cavie has secured a Tine Hunting dog. P. A. Davidson made a trip to Lake Mills monday. C. O. Knutson is taking music lessons every wednesday. G. Flatten has gone into the photograph business. Knute Severson and Andrew Anderson will build a new hardware store Here this Winter. Nets Bergeson of Emmons Minn., gone of the Sirsi settlers of this county was operated on sat urday by or. Black Mer for cancer of the lip. The annual meeting of the North Star Creamery association will be held at the Hudson a Lauer Hall at Emmons. Minn., tuesday Jan. 20,1897 at to a. In. The meeting should be attended by All interested. The Nunda literary society Are fast becoming famous for their interesting und instructive debates. The next meeting will be held wednesday evening Jan 20th, in the schoolhouse Hist. 108 any one interested in the cause of education is cordially invited to attend and join. Gordonsville. To mph Gordonsville time table c. R. A a h. D. H. Ewen agent. No. I going North. No. 7, a a a a freight. No. 9, a a a a freight. No. 2, going South. No. 8. A a Quot freight. No. To a a a freight. No. 12, a a a a freight. 1.50 p in 11.86 h in p in 2.5s p in 2.15 p Iii 10.60 a m 5.50 a it or. Blackmer was in town monday. The Creamery is being repaired this week. A the new finn of Nelson a Nelson Are doing a big business. Mrs. Egland and mrs. Earl Cottrell Are not any better. Or. W. A Palmer is kept very Busy looking after the sick. W. L. Lamb of Northwood is doing business Here this week. May Eek Urt. Of Albert Lea was Bere Between trains tuesday. Or. And mrs. John Iii lard have a Fine baby girl one week old. Huns Nelson has moved his family into the f. F. Carter House. Ii s. Mccartney and Vav Boekell have gone North to the Woods to chop. Or. Squier and family of Albert Lea Sun Dayed at s. T. Kirkpatrick a miss Fanny Young of Oakland was the guest of miss Maud Hull a Tew Days last week. Miss Edna Spooner has returned from Elroy where she has been visiting her parents. Mrs. A m. Gilbert of Albert Lea. Was visiting at la. C. Cottrelly a monday and tuesday. Arthur turtness who was Hurt last week on the pile of ties is getting along nicely. Mrs. Jay Bartlett is quite sick at the Home of her Lister mrs. A. Prow and miss Lizzie Goliek has taken her place in the Post a Farmers team ran away last monday but will Lamb happened to la crossing the Street and As they could not pass him they stopped. Joe chrs had some friends visiting him from Chicago and monday they were coming to town to take the train for Home. When near Mckibbin s the Sleigh tipped Over and the team ran away leaving the folks All under the Sleigh i lox. No one was injured except. Joe who Hurt his leg. At the annual meeting of the s. S. Board of the m. E. Church the following officers were elected for Tho ensuing year supt., mrs. O. M. Nelson assistant mrs. F. A. Ackerman Secretary Elsie Heath treasurer mrs. Wiggins organist Maud Summers. The ladies Aid society of the m. E. Church will meet at the Home of the president mrs. P. P. Gift thursday Jan. 21. Dinner will be served so All wishing to get something Good to eat will come in the Forenoon. The gentlemen Are invited to accompany the ladies and take dinner with them. Business meeting at 2 30 p. In. Or we want to show Yon our. New line. Of dress goods ladies and gents underwear gents furnishing goods gloves mittens Etc a twee have the Best bulk Caffe for Joe per Pound Iii the Market. Bring Iii your butter and egg so the highest Market Price will be paid at All times. E. H. Moore just received at s ummers. At the twin lakes. Time correspondence Lew Williams visited with friends Here this week. A few of our Young people gathered at the Home of John Mccall recently. Miss Mcguire and miss Boucher of Waseca visited friends Here saturday it is reported that an enjoyable time was had at Nick Sutton a Friday night. Or. Wedge was called Here saturday to attend mrs. Hall who was suddenly taken ill. Or. M cd in Bock has the Job of putting in the ice for the Creamery. A Good Job is assured. I the Young boys who make a practice of stealing rings Aud harness straps had better he on the look out. All the old officers save one were re elected at the annual Creamery meeting monday. Dennis Tuohy was chosen to the office of vice president. Newry. Timph correspondence a her Home in Newry mesday Jan. Tit ii of Throat or a big lot of those Highland plaids that we Are Selling at prices never before heard of. Also a lot of io�?4 bed blankets on which we defy Competition As regards Price and Quality. Carload of new York apples just received. If you want Nice sound fruit buy the new York fruit. Come and sin them before buying. I. 11. Summers Glenville Hinn. Something for. Nothing a you cannot get. The Best value in but we Are giving goods for the Money. Our line of lamps albums toilet a goods and toys Are very Complete and prices Are in keeping with the times. Come and see them. Lowth Ian amp co. Druggists. Glenville Minn. Blacksmithing horseshoeing they report a flue time and a wad Able Alice Mcdonald aged 23 years. The deceased was a Young lady of Many personal attractions and a great favorite among a Large Circle of warm friends. The bereaved parents mourn me loss of a beloved and devoted daughter and her former companions a sincere Friend. Meetings Are still being held Church. Lofthus Stein amp co. Arc trailing clo ver for s. C. Miller. Or. Piper or Wisconsin is Here vis iting his sister mrs. J. I. Height a. Ii. Reihley s Nice Black Mare got badly Cut in the Barb wire Fence. Chris Miller has been investing in some fat Stock. Chris to getting to lie quite a sport. Or. Mouser of Illinois is Here visiting Uuele Isaac Aud will Likely spend the Winter Here. There was a social dance at August Luth a tuesday night Aud All enjoyed a Good t Ime. Chas. Mcgrath was up this week and had a Jack Rabbit Hunt with his father v. A Mcgrath. A social gathering at Loa Spooner a tuesday evening was enjoyed by a number of our Young folks. Or. Porter of Albert Lea was in this Vicinity this week Hgt oking after the lame and halt of his profession. Or. Allison to it it a in three car loads of pigs last week thursday William Buchanan sold him upwards of forty. Or. Banda id the Shoemaker has put in a new Supply of Stock Aud is ready to do All kinds of mending in his line. William Buchanan has just received a flue pole Angus Bull calf from Illinois to put with his Fine Herd of cows. Will is bound to have the Best. James Snyder and family of Osage Iowa have been Here visiting their daughter mrs. Ernest Boer. I hey returned to their Iowa Home Friday George Geesey the genial London Farmer and Justice attended a meeting of the masonic Lodge in Allier Lea wednesday evening. Sunday evening on his Way Home from Church Harvey Smith found a lady a Fascinator. The owner can recover the article by calling at w. La. Stanlyn a a Young son of Peter Olson in East to Shell Rock died thursday of diphtheria. The bereaved parents a have the sympathy of the Community in their affliction. All i Challenge tile world cd Intra cuu feet drink la qua it of. Us by and Temperance my Price. Coin to yours alway Las. J. Egland. Hie sillier Glenville. Minn. Kinds of blacksmithing and machinery repairs. Horseshoeing a specially. Yours for business Knudson bros., to Lionville mins. Gordonsville Hinn respectful Public to i a Lurk of the Rosedale Cigar Napoleon me k in Ley size to cents straight always suits the consumer. Shoe shop shoes Maue to order. Of a a a perfect i Tui sauteed. All repair work promptly attended to your for business Joe Kuchera. Glenville Man. Full measure full weight and honest dealing is our motto. Cook Robinson amp co rot k building huh. I. Omi leik. Lumber hardware paints and oils. Also a sudden Quot wire. My lumber is White Pine Bone dry and is ready for use at Ary time. In

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