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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - June 1, 1900, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn county times. Vol. V. No. 30.Albert Lea Minnesota Friday june i 1900. Twelve pages. Ssi run a a Imi swell suits for 5well fell2w5 striped flannel suits with cuff Bottom pants have the Call. They May be a too utterly too Quot Tor the father but they Are the Correct thing for the boy with the first Down of hair upon his lips. For father we have a genuine Fricot suit strictly All Wool steel Gray color reliable and genteel in every respect for Call for lot no. 9701. Eight dollars the City Council. If you think some other store will sell you anything near As Good for the same Money your �8.00 Back by asking for it. Such is our Way of doing business. Yours always in is we my jag Sov i a m i Psi in in s in District col i adjourns. That is True literally and just As True metaphorically. Our shoes stand on their own Bottoms. They rest on their Well earned reputation. You know them. You buy them. You Wear them. You like them. We carry no shoes that must be bolstered up with Clever names and elaborate advertising. Our advertising is merely an incident. The Plymouth shoe store. T. P. Jensen. S5555 real estate and Loans i have listed in my office for Sale City residences ranging from 81,000 to83,000 several desirable residence lots in 1st Ward also some Fine farm property. Office in wedge Block. Mark m. Jones. A Flahn amp Greene Headquarters for everything in the meat line. We Cater to the Public and nothing is too Good for our customers. Every Day is special bargain Day with us. My Icahn amp Greene. Adjourned term july 9 without jury. Plaintiff in Carlston ditch Case secures verdict for $10.�?suit of Philpott amp Palmer is. C. M. Amp St. P. Co. Results in favor of plaintiffs damages and interest amount into $259.58.�?other cases tried or Dis posed of. District court adjourned monday until july 9, when court cases will be tried without jury. Several criminal cases were dismissed on motion of the county attorney and a number of civil cases were either dismissed or stricken from the Calendar. The jury in the suit of christain Hanson is. Gilbert and Bern Gulbrand son brought in a verdict Friday evening for the plaintiff assessing his damages at 810. The damage suit of Ole Rugroden is. L. T. Scott resulted in favor of the defendant. The Case of g. T. Wellum is. C. C. Burton a suit for attorneys fees was dismissed without prejudice after the jury had been drawn and the trial commenced. In the suit of Philpott amp Palmer is. The c., m. Amp St p. By co. To recover 8500 for two pianos destroyed in the depot fire last year the jury assessed the plaintiffs damages at 8259.58, including interest. The Case of the state is. William Eugene Flatt was continued until the first Day of the december term. The following cases were disposed of state is. Adolph Nelson state is. Mert l. Fuller and Henry j. Pref Fer two cases dismissed on motion of county attorney Laura l. Fuller is Mert l. Fuller dismissed on motion of plaintiff Albert Lea National Bank is. J. L. Garlock it a1, mrs. T. L. Peterson is. Albert Lea amp Southern by. Co., stricken from Calendar Deering Harvester co. Is. V. J. Pierce judgment ordered for plaintiff j. A. Honeywell is. J. G. Newell it a1, settled. Second papers. Second naturalization papers were granted to Syvert Jacobson Hemming Hanson Hans Svendsen Gjertz. Skarr Christ Svendson Magnus a. Edwards John Johnson Andrew Hanson Nels Anderson Anfin s. Gotvig j. C. Sorenson w. M. Newman Peter Nelson svenning s. Stolen Nels p. Nelson Martin Baer Ole Jolsen Anton Erickson h. P. Hanson h. A. Schuh Macher John Lund e. H. Rose Brock Elief a. Westby Jens Peter Jensen Gudmund Christenson Nels Larson Hans Larson August Knaak h. T. Hoy be Peder Olson Ole o. Fume far Ole o. Ofsthus Albert Engblom and Christian Nelson. Several petitions packing House Hatter re Dunn names members of Library allowed and other business transacted. The City Council met in regular session Friday evening with aldermen Johnson Wanek p. C. Jensen Wohl Huter and j. present. H. Of Hanson and others appeared before the Council in person and offered strenuous objections to the present location of the quarantine Hospital they wish to have the Hospital moved and the matter was referred to the Board of health who were instructed at a recent meeting to select a new location. Alex Mcneill informed the Council that James Street was in an impassable condition and asked that Steps be taken to Grade it. The matter was left with the Street committee. A. G. Brundin asked for permission to establish a Public Slaughter House at the old packing House location. The request led to a heated discussion and the matter was finally Laid Over to the next meeting. It is understood that a petition is being prepared by third Ward residents objecting to the establishment of a Slaughter House inside the City limits. Ald. Wohlhuter reported that the waterworks committee were trying to fix the water rates for hotel Albert and on his suggestion were granted More time. A petition for waterworks Extension on Williams Street Between Broadway and Washington was referred to the waterworks committee. Mayor Dunn a appointment of members of the Library Board was confirmed the Board consists of Clint l. Luce Augustus Armstrong mrs. Mary ii. Day mrs. Henriette of Berg mrs. Ida l. Bliss mrs. Hattie Smith Fuller mrs. Martha j. Skinner and mrs. Mary a. Hewitt. The following sidewalk petitions were referred to the Street committee on West Side St. Mary Street Between Clark and Williams in front of lots 5, 6 and 7, Block 36, East Side Newton Street on West Side of first ave. West Between Clark and main. On Resolution of Ald. Wohlhuter the Enterprise was appointed the official paper for year ending May 1901. The vote on the Resolution was ayes Wanek Wohlhuter Johnson nays p. C. Jensen j. C. Jensen. On Resolution introduced by Ald. J. C. Jensen the salary of Thos. Bertel son the City teamster was fixed at 832 50 a month the City to provide him with a room at the Hanson House at $2 a month. The following Bills were allowed. Electric Light co. .1220 25 a. P. Hanson big prisoners. 5 70 aug. Glessler repair fountains. 14 98 Anton Peterson labor. 1 x f. H. Fisk setting grades.,. 4 of eur. Paulson repairing hydrants. 2 50 j. E. Sharp work on City we. 3 of l. J. Thomas a son testing Glander horse. 15 co o. F. Stieler meats for Hospital. 9 28 j. F. Wohlhuter supplies. 2 40 freight. 25 o. H. Lee labor at Hospital.,.,. 75 Louis Kroessin services by. Of health. 28 of Street labor. 226 of salaries.,.,. 287 60 the big four. $2,000 Worth of shoes to be sold at Cut prices at the big four shoe store. These Are goods of broken lines which we have sorted out of our immense Stock and every pair goes at a bargain All custom made warranted shoes we sell no other ladies �2.00 Oxford ties Small sizes Only 69c menus Patent leather lace shoes Strong amp Garfield make >�6.00, Cut Price $3.00 ladies placed Dongola $2.50 Button shoes Small sizes Only 97c ladies Patent leather sandals $2 value Cut Price $1.49 9 pairs j. Amp m. Shoes sold the world Over for is Cut Price s2.98 Gage Hayden amp co. How a this. To prevent la Grippe take a dose or two of or. Miles restorative Nervine daily. We offer one Hundred dollars Reward for any Case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh cure. F. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo o. We the undersigned have known f. J. Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in All business transactions and financially Able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West amp Truax wholesale druggists Toledo o. Walding Finnan dec Marvin wholesale druggists Toledo o. Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by All druggists. Testimonials free. Halls family pills Are the Best. The Best Quality o typewriter ribbons and Carbon papers for Sale at the times office half rate excursions to the West. Special half rate excursions have been arranged by the Minneapolis amp St. Louis r. To Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah hot Springs rapid City Deadwood and Spearfish s. D., and to Casper and Sheridan Wyo. Tickets will be sold on june 20th, july 9th and 17th and August 1st, Good for return to oct. 31st. This is an unusual Opportunity to reach these Points at least possible expense. Call on Minneapolis amp St. Louis r. Ticket agents or address a. B. Cutts g. P. A., m. Amp St. L. R., Minneapolis Minn. _ 29-38 that Lime Back can be cured with or Miles nerve plaster. Only 25c. i buy Coal that will Burn 3 Iii i 3 on the track or 3 in the bin. I i 3 honest grades and lowest 3 living prices. It a. C. Sorenson agent. business cards. Quot a laude e Southwick. Lawyer. Lorit a Block Albertl a. Entrance on Broad Way opposite court House. A Wedge physician and surgeon Alber Lea. Minn. M c Carlson lawyer suite 0. Opera 1 a House Block Albert Lea Minn. Heman Blackmer lawyer Albert Lea 1 1 Minn. 45 by la e. Todd m. In office Over Briggs a Dru Quot a store Broadway. Residence Corner Broadway and water Street. Telephone no 248. Sad h. Dunn lawyer. Rooms Over first National Bank. Albert Lea Minn. 1-1 Eney a. Morgan lawyer. Office room 15, p. C. Jensen Block West Clark Street. Albert Lea Minn. Clement 8. Edwards attorney at Lav w and City attorney. Office Over Nelson . Albert Lea Minn. Edwin a. Church lawyer. Post office Albert Lea Minn. Opposite p a Blackmer. M. Office East Side c 1 Broadway. Has neat and new Hospital facilities for surgical and chronic cases. A Ben Lea Minn. Albert Lea National bans general banking. H. Brows president. P. Hibbs vice president. C. B. Killab cashier Albert Lea Minn. Albert Lea Minn. Manufacture a of structural Iron work Albert Lea the Farmers co operative lumber Yard. Best Quality of lumber lath shingles Sash doors building paper etc., at lowest Market Price. Yards on Broadway South of Coart House. Theo. Jorgensen manager. And contractor for Mill farm Creamery boiler and engine room castings. Machine and engine repairs Sheet Iron work smokestacks. Correspondence solicited. Orders by mail promptly attended to. J. W. Veness prop first National ban of Albert urea Minn capital. $50,000 surplus tis. Habby Jones president. August Paulson cashier. G. Gulbrandson vice Presicek a general banking business transacted interest paid on time deposits. Conservative and Safe. Directors h. O. Haukness. C. H. Flindt. G. Go Loranso Thos. W. Wilson. F. Gulbrandson August Paulson. P. M. Joice i. H. Rich. Harry Jones

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