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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - July 11, 1902, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn county times july la 1002. Pre inventory clearance Sale la e take inventory the latter part of this month and remnants broken lines and left overs have got to be cleared out no matter what the Price. Special Purchase of print wrappers $1 and it Etc $1.25 values to close each big lot of remnants of embroidery Chi cd i o o lengths from i to 5 or 6 yds., at id i la ivc about two dozen summer corsets sizes 19 a and 20, to close at. a 15 and 20 c Wash goods Dimitres lace Beno i 10 stripes Barretta Batiste arrays Leno etc., per 3rd. A 40 cent Quality special mercerized fabrics Ori and Alexandria Silks now marked. $1.50 Quality White shirt waists now o Cio marked each 1 menus $3.50 Vici kid and Willow calf Tan a Oft and chocolate shoes to close per pair terrific wind storm. Considerable loss to property saturday night. Farmer near Wells killed and two children in Waseca county also v victims. This Section was visited by a terrific wind and rain storm saturday night doing considerable damage to property in different parts of the county and from adjoining counties is reported the loss of several lives. The wind storm was cyclonic in nature and of Short duration. The storm came up from the Southwest and in the Western Aud Northwestern part of the City it played havoc with outbuildings roofs and Trees. The grandstand at the baseball Park was completely demolished and a considerable portion of the Fence torn Down and the greatest damage to Trees was just Southeast of the College Hill where the Street was filled with branches and trunks. The Willows in front of c. J. Flesch s House on West Fountain Street were twisted off and the limbs hurled through or. Fleschh a plate Glass windows. The paper on the Walls was also ruined and one of the partitions was moved out of place. In the strip from the Ball grounds to the foot of College Hill outhouses were overturned and shingles torn from the roofs. The farm House belonging to e. R. Jook who resides near Wells was demolished. And or. Cook was killed. I he family were milking at the time and the wife and children had a narrow escape. Near Otisco Waseca county two children were killed while milking the barn being wrecked by the wind rhe father escaped injury. In this county the greatest damage is reported from Freeborn and Manchester townships where a Large number of Windmill were blown Down Aud barns and granaries demolished but fortunately without loss of life. Special Council meeting. A number of matters considered by the City fathers monday evening. At a special meeting of the Council monday evening the appointment of c. J. Dudley was confirmed As a member of the police Force until october i while officer Subby is taking a vacation. The gravel pit committee reported the Purchase of lot 14, Block 7, for 31,400, 25 percent of which is to be paid at once and the remainder when the Sale is confirmed by the Federal it ourt. The Council by Resolution approved the Purchase and ordered a warrant issued for the 25 percent or 3350. It was decided to reconsider the Resolution of june 27 in regard to Bond and Street funds and on motion 84,200 was appropriated into the Street fund for the remainder of the year and $3,600 into the Bonds and interest fund. Chief Mitchell was present and spoke of the present needs of the fire department. Or. Mitchell complained that it is difficult to secure a Good turnout of firemen in Case of fire at night Many members of the department residing too far away to answer the alarm promptly. He advocated the infusion of younger blood into the department and the matter was thoroughly discussed by the Council. It is understood that the question will be brought up at tonight a meeting and possibly a remedial ordinance will be introduced. Personal mention. Ii. E. Skinner was in St. Paul on business this week. Or. Paulson of Chicago is a guest at the s. C. Janson Home. Mrs. I. A. Scott is in Minneapolis for a several weeks visit. M iss Minnie Lewis has gone to Waterloo for an extended visit. W. Fleming of Iowa Falls la., greeted old friends Here Friday. J. Jones of Chatfield is visiting his son w. S. Jones of this City. Willard May of Moline 111., is Here for a Short visit with his parents. Richard Stone of Minneapolis is the guest of or. And mrs. G. T. Wasrud. Henry Kuethe Pickerel Lake spent the fourth with his wife at Rochester. Or. And mrs. Victor Sandberg were the guests of relatives Here the fourth. Miss Emma Knutson of Northfield is visiting her sister mrs. Loa Torger son. We. Nelson has accepted a position with the Mccormick co. For the summer. White of St. Joe mo., is a guest at the Home of his Cousin mrs. Why Tock. Miss Lamberton Winona has been the guest of miss Lottie Barlow this week. James Jorgensen of Winnebago City was a guest at the j. Clark Home Friday. Miss Verna Ewalt of Crystal Lake la., has been the guest of friends Here this week. Miss Nettie Klove of Northwood has been the guest of miss Lena Skaug the past week. Miss Rosa Kaemmer has gone to Cedar rapids for an extended visit with her Sisters. Mrs. J. B. Foote has been the guest the past week of Ber daughter at Estherville la. Alex Noble of Brooten Minn., is making old Freeborn county friends a Welcome visit. Or. And mrs. F. W. Kahler expect to leave soon on a several weeks trip to the Pacific coast. John Lietz came Over from Houston Friday to celebrate the glorious fourth with old friends. Miss Anna Skophammer of the Skinner mercantile is enjoying her regular summer vacation. Mrs. Hattie Brown of it. Dodge la., is a guest at the a. F. Braga Home West Clark Street. Judge Stacy is in St. Paul this week acting As starter in the races at the state fair grounds. Mrs. H. B. Niles of Kasson Minn., is a guest at the Home of her daughter mrs. F. H. Mallory. Mrs. Mcellroy Rockford la., was the guest of or. And mrs. B. F. Durkee Friday and saturday. Mrs. Or. Handy and son of Long Prairie Are guests at the Home of or. And mrs. G. H. Prescott. Harry Fleming of Northwood has accepted a position in the freight department at the Union depot. Miss Ida Sierman went to Austin monday where she is attending the summer session of the Normal. Fat a Sale eleven Rood residence lots in blk 16. Lake addition City of Albert Lea will sell one lot or win a ii tile whole cheap. Call at Gaffe Hamden a cons grocery store. J. F. Wohlhuter. 36tf miss Olive Lowry Austin is a guest at the Home of her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Loren Blackmer. T. G. Skinner and h. A. Barck have been in Chicago this week selecting fall goods for their clothing store. Miss Nellie Lowe is Home from Hancock Minn., and will spend the summer with her parents in this City. Ray. C. Scott fireman on the Northwestern Between Clinton and Boone Lais Here for a several Days visit. Rev. And mrs. Mueller arrived from the East Friday and Are domiciled in the Rasmussen cottage at Oakwood. Florence Hammond and Alida Wanek left yesterday for a several weeks visit with relatives at Chicago. County Surveyor f. H. Fisk went to Austin tuesday where be has been doing some surveying for that City this week. Mrs. Buell Root Nee miss Marie Peterson of Lincoln neb., is a guest at the Home of her parents on Newton Street. Mrs. A. Evenson and children and mrs. N. Forsyth of Houston have been the guests of Albert Lea relatives the past week. Miss Sarah Janson has accepted the position of instructor in English and science at the St. Ansgar College Hutchinson Minn. Mrs. Eleanore Beckwith of Ithaca n. Y., is a guest at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. T. L. Torgerson Newton Street. Mrs. Sarah Mcfarland of Pittsburg pa., accompanied by her grandson is a guest at the Home of her daughter mrs. James Crowe. Mrs. Hammond and Ardine Hammond of Minneapolis Are guests at the Home of the former a daughter mrs. C. J. Borne amp. Henry a Ulsfeldt left for Duluth saturday to enter upon his duties As bookkeeper in his father s Brick Yards near that City. Miss Elsie Mcculloch of Lime Springs who was tile guest of miss Alta Hess several Days last week returned Home monday. S. C. Fritz of Duluth and miss Jeanette Hanson of Minneapolis Are guests at the Home of the former s parents or. And mrs. J. Ii. Fritz. Or. And mrs. E. Jones and miss Ella Clark of Winnebago City were guests the fourth at the Home of the latter a parents or. And mrs. J. Clark. County attorney Geo. W. Peterson of Long Prairie Minn., is expected Here today for an Over sunday visit at the Home of his parents in this City. Or. And mrs. W. A. Kubat who have been guests at the Home of the latter a parents or. And mrs. M. F. Rusfeldt returned to Owatonna tuesday. Little Emily Morgan of Minneapolis is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Martin Blacklin and her Mother mrs. A. B. Morgan is expected next week. Mrs. Quenvold and miss Quenvold of Ellendale have been guests this week at the Homes of the former a daughters mrs. J. A. Gustavesen and mrs. E. J. Henry. Mrs. Cleveland of Battle Creek mich., is visiting her sister mrs. Colvin after a separation of Twenty three years and will spend the summer in Albert Lea. Margaret and William Merrill left with their aunt miss tinker yesterday for eau Claire wig., where they will spend the summer with their grandparents. Miss Lottie Ellickson will leave the latter part of this month for Chicago where she will enter upon a course in music. Mrs. Ellickson May decide to accompany her daughter. Prof. E. M. Phillips returned Friday from his Outing in the Northern part of the state and has been attending the meeting of the National educational association in Minneapolis this week. Mrs. Lena swimmer of Quincey 111., grand chief of Honor of the Illinois degree of Honor visited the local Lodge Friday night and has been a guest several Days at the Home of or. And mrs. H. Hirsch. Prof. And mrs. Sivert a. Jordahl of the Sioux Falls s. D., Normal arrived Here last week for an extended visit with Freeborn county relatives and the professor attended the n. E. A. Convention in Minneapolis this week. Among those who attended the n. E. A. Convention in Minneapolis this week were county supt. Lattin t. W. Wilson mrs. J. A. Fuller mrs. E. A. Bliss. Miss Mae Leusman miss Katie Connors miss Mary Walsh miss Ella Campion miss Sarah Janson. Miss Mary a. Scott of the Cloquet schools was the guest of relatives and friends Here the latter part of the week. Miss Scott left monday for Minneapolis to attend the n. E. A. Convention and she will continue her studies at the University summer train ing school during july and August. Typewriter supplies of All kinds atthe times office. The markets at Albert Lea 6 p. A. July to 1902 wheat. 560 oat. To Core. 55 Barley. Flax. Rye. Oil reaper cwt. 0 potatoes Cash. Nav potatoes Trade. "5 3, 90 eggs Cash. Eggs Trade. 14 flour Best per cwt. Bran per ton. 15 00 shorts per ton. 16 co pork. 5 75� t <0 t own arid heifers a canners. I 75� 2 of cows and heifers cutters. 3 a 3 35 beef cows and heifers. 2 �?�5� 3 50 steers�?stockers.,_ Cal res veal 3 50� 4 of sheep Mutton. 3 oct 3 50 lambs 4 50� 5 of chickens old. Chickens Young per fowl. 20 ducks lire. Geese live. Turkeys live. Butter Albert Lea Creamery. Soft Coal Iowa. 4 50 hard Coal at Yard. A amp Illinois. 4 5 Hocking Valley at Yard. 5 25 Maple unsaved at Yard. Oak a a a a a Basswood us sawed at Yard. O of hides fur and Wool reported by the Albert Lea hide fur Wool a produce co. Green salted hides a receipts continue moderate Quality very poor Market is Tonger and prices kept up in sympathy with High Price cattle. No. I cured hides. 7\ a a 2 a a a i. I part cured hides. A a a a 2 a a a a a a. A a i Green hides. A a j5�?~i Bull hides. 7 Deacon skins. 40 skunks. 25 hides All around cured. 7q horse hides. 11.50� 3.00 pennies hides. No. I tallow. A a 2 a a. 5 Hough tallow. Pelts As to Quality. I0@$l-00 Wool Bright Choice medium comb g 14 a a a a a a clothing 13 a a Hemi Bright a a a 12 clothing Wool Fine braid and Low. La a a Chaffy Burry Aud Black .9�io a a tub Choice and fair. 20 Albert Lea hide fur Wool and produce co. Buyers and shippers of hides it is Wool tallow Felts poultry and eggs. Abe Hii it ii manager. 216 218 East Clark St. Phone 325. Albert Lea Minn. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an execution issued oui of Aud under tile Seal of the District court Iii Aud for the county of Freeborn and state of mimic Ota. Upon a judgment rendered and docketed in tile said court on t he fifth Day of june 1102, in an action wherein Bede Man brewing company was plaintiff and Hana o. Folkestad Aud Josie Folkestad formerly Josie Krai were defendants in favor of the said plaintiff and against the same defendants for the sum of four Hundred fifteen and 22-100 dollars which execution was directed Aud delivered to me As sheriff in and for the said county of Freeborn i have this 3rd Day of july a. 1902 levied upon All the right title and interests of the said defendants hails o. Folkestad and Josie Folkestad formerly Josie Kra in Aud to the following described real estate the North half no of the Southeast Quarter Seq of the Southwest Quarter Seq of Section number thirty five 35 in township one Hundred and two 102north of Range Twenty 201 West. Also the East half of lot number three 3 and the West ten feet of lot number four 4 in Block number four 4 in the Village of Shel Rock City now Village of Glenville Aero Rel ing to the recorded plat thereof. All in the county of Freeborn and state of Minnesota notice is hereby Given that i the undersigned As sheriff As aforesaid will sell the above described real property to the highest bidder for Cash at Public auction at the West front door of the court House in the City of Albert Lea in the county of Freeborn and state of Minnesota on saturday the 23rd Day of August a. D 1902. At to of clock a. Rn., of that Day to satisfy the said execution together with the interests arid costs thereon. Dated july 3rd, 1902. Of p. Fossum. 35-41 sheriff of Freeborn county Minn. Real estate transfers. Ina Kellar Barck it a1 to t Thompson a Esq uel4 Section 32, Bic Plaud. A11 e x Wolff to Hermau f Loa Esq Section 35, Shell Rock. A j Sylvester to 8 a Hoyt undo of new Section 17, Hartland. S a Hoyt to Herbert a Skinner undo of awl Section 17, Hartland. John Gardner to Patrick j Gardner und of no Section 18, Aud w se4 Neq Aud e 4 so Section 30, Newry and und3� of net. Seq Section 13, Genera Clarence wedge to Deruette m Briggs lot Sand lot 7 Block a Ballard s addition to City of Albert Lea. Frederick Lou to Otto Lou Neq Seq Sec 35, Shell Rock. Charles Kittleson to Ole c Jacobson Neq hw1 i Section la Manchester. Hannah Fairbanks to Edward e Peterson part of lot 14 Block 18, Morin a addition to City of Albert la a. Drop Hibbs to o d Koontz lots 12 and 13 Block 20, Village of Shell Rock City. Gilbert Gibran son est to Nora g Rodli part of lot 39, Armstrong a addition to City of Albert Lea. Of of Lee to Erick Syverson e 25 it of lot 21 Block 3, Village of Hartland. Cora g Bradford to Erick Syverson e 25 it of lot 21 Block 3. Village of Hartland Alexander Mckee to Jennie m ska age w a lot to West Albert Lea. John Welch to Thomas f Rodgers ej4 Seq and Uwi Seq and e 4 Esq Seq Section 17 and nj4 Neq Aud Seq in we less lot i Suo Neq uwaeciion20, Albert Lea. L h Emmons to William Guilder part of Block 4, Village of Emmons. W a Morin to Frederick scan la lot 17 Block 17. Morin a 1901 sub division. Katherine Coughlin to David Coa Gulin Seq Section 6, Newry. John g. Moen to Johnnes Larsen part of Neq awk Sec 12 Nunda. John h. Griffin to c Vav Ransom lot 7 and lot 6 14 Alley blk 15, City of Albert Lea. Ellif Evenson to Ole Evenson lot in Seq Sec 33, Nunda. I 4000 1250 1250 i i 2000 40 1275 20 3000 125 125 2900 i 600 85c 2500 50 i i what is the human appendix like where is it located what is its function what is appendicitis How is it caused can it be cured and How 99 out of too persons Are unable to answer these questions. It is not strange that people know so Little about this common yet fatal disease for where could they get the information the doctors kept silent and books on the subject were not to be had. Doctor Conrad Adler the eminent specialist of Berlin Germany wrote a treatise on appendicitis. This Book tells All about the human appendix it tells How appendicitis is caused How it is cured and How you can prevent it. Or. Adler authorizes us to Send this Book to All who will write for it. It is free a a request by letter will bring it to you by return mail. Address or a 1 am of a a i Xvi Inri if Aih Minn a change of ownership Sale for one month starting the 25th Day of june we will give a reduction of 20% to 40% from our already Well established one Price on menus Young menus boys and children s clothing. Our Stock of clothing must be reduced before the Deal can be made. We offer you the Best selected Stock of clothing in the country no cheap made clothing can be found on our counters. This Sale will be conducted in a business like manner. Your Money cheerfully refunded for the asking. W. G. Chamberlain amp go. N. W. Corner Broadway and Clark its. Deering Ideal Grain Binder. Buy the Deering. If you want the lightest draft save one horse. The Binder that will Cut lodged Grain. The Binder that will Cut Damp Grain. The Binder that will bind All the bundles. The Binder that will run when till others Are bothering. See Sample at Peterson Bros. How. Co. Full Stock of Deering extras. Died. Morreim. Mrs. Tosten k. Morreim of Manchester township died Friday morning of paralysis. The deceased was 62 years of age. Mrs. Morreim was among the Pioneer settlers of Freeborn county coming Here with her Brothers and Sisters in 1856 and settling in Bancroft. Three years later she was married to or. Morreim and the husband and eight children survive her while four children preceded her to the other world. The funeral services were held from the Central Church of Bancroft monday. Christopherson. Lars j. Christopherson died thursday night of last week at the Home of his daughter mrs. Martin Hanson Bancroft aged 75 years 8 months and 14 Days. Or. Larson was a native of son by zealand Denmark where he was married and where his children were All born. The family came to this county in 1873, settling on a farm East of Albert Lea where they resided until a few years ago. Mrs. Christopherson died about two years ago. About a week previous to his death i Christopherson suffered a stroke c paralysis from which he failed to Ralf he leaves one son and three daughters n. P. Larson mrs. S. J. Nelson an mrs. Peter Hanson of Albert be township and mrs. Martin fans of Bancroft besides 38 grand Childre and 6 great grandchildren. The fungi Al services were conducted saturday by Rev. Miller of the danish Luthera Church. Fine building lots for Sale at to prices. H. N. Brown. 25-1 farm property bought and sold. L. A. Amp f. C. Brown. Room i opera House Block. Remember the travellers combination policy protects you everywhere but gives double Protection while travelling and we do not a a bar freight trains As do some inferior companies. 25tf h. N. Brown agent. The Brown Wall paper store has All the latest designs of Wall paper for

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