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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - June 11, 1897, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn county times i Unk la 1807. D. Hurd amp sons or. And mrs Mert Fuller of Thrall. Iowa came up this afternoon for a Quot Bort visit at Luther Academy. Glass Ware and crockery Fine China Flower pots All styles. Bring in your Rirs maj we will give \ of groceries crockery and dry goods in Exchange for tile in. E. A Hahe. Of the time left this morning for a two Days visit with relatives at Faribault. D. Hurd amp coh to Bohi i in v your Wood 1 oui and Mason s supping of e. I Ltd Jacomis or. Suit a a a Tor to d. W ii ayes fair treatment and prompt delivery guaranteed. Telephone Hift. Saxton Phillips a ., the steam fitters of Minneapolis who put in the new heating Plant for the opera House Block have closed contracts with w. A. Morin r. G. Ransom and the times fur steam heat and their Crew will commence work Here next week. W a. Morin will put one thousand feet of radiation into his Block opposite the court House which he is at present fitting up for Bachelor quarters and More than fifteen Hundred feet of will necessary to heat the in g. Ran oui Block now occupied Ransom Bros. Co., which it seems is to rented to some retail establishment. The identity of which has not yet been Given to the Public. The times will put in a larger boiler and will utilize tin steam for both Lieut and Power in Winter season using electricity in the summer. Saxton Phillips a . Are thoroughly competent and their work is guaranteed. Ail cwt in diva i the Farmers operative lumber Yard ii t to Nail a Ltd i him or Bat ins a a i dour bulk it pal i no. At Law Mark t it \ Ani Quot Bio Ai a Sui. T u ii unum o it a Ii j ii in a Quot if let i it a Man it. A railway time tables at Albert Lea Minn T amp St. I it Tiwi. I.,Hin. Kast. A Iii far t i. Kansas its and St no. I far i a a. A. Peoria and Ell i Nurs. No so Al a Jill far in. No2 , for vast a la p it to p in a. I fur Vav. My Mal Nook for mat a. So retell a. I. Frt Iglo no. I a it Iii 1 it Inu to kit i sukkot Slat x i til. Alto i my Tao in Sui ,1 a we Xii. Usi daily. A in Aday. No. Of ii Aseh it Alai to Ulm Ali Issac it and i vast in till h Leay train ii. A n. I a i in i i a it is a j. In i. 11 a in exit i get ear Tot join d a m turn w a i. Rout t it tit my it a Quot Kau Iii. No. I has Alee j my ,.tit in Ona and St. Louis. I i information a to rates Aud tickets a p 1\ to k la la aisle it b., R. Amp n. Railway. Till t i i m am us hoi to. Lav thu and a Kui Visi to it of Tea ins time table at a heft Lea it effect mat 23, 18v? Arko e i Quot Isi. South passenger no. I i 5? p in pass ukr no. 5 a. A t 6 a in freight no. 7 ii 12 1 i Quot freight no. V is if p in Erie Brlit no. La Ato la j. In Keav e sos tit passenger no 2 2 35 Piu passenger no. D Ai a vip it freight no. By it v 111 freight no. In a. 8 Quot Quot a in freight no. 12 a. 5 to a n a daily. By daily except sunday. Freight trains shown Altott will Earry passengers Only when provided w Ith tickets. M. Amp St. L. Railway. No. 9�?orrivaa1 80 p m no. 4�?arrives. V 3opui no. 8�?arrives. In or p in no. In departs. 9 30 1� no. 3�?-departs. 8 o0 a in no. 5 departs. 6 i u in no. S4�?arrive freight. To a pm no. See departs freight. 8 05 a m Foht Podoli thais no. In arrives. 9 to p in i no. 5�?arrives. 5 02 a Iii i no. 43�?arrives freight. 4 45 p in no. 9�?departs 2 10 pm no. 6�?departs. La 00 p in no. Ii departs freight. 6 a a in trains 5. Hand 9 daily ail others daily except sunday. Trains i and 2 have Pullman re Ping cars Between it a Tea go and t Edar a ids and a Vestibule chair car Between Albert Lea and to Hie ago. S a West Liberty Aud trains 5 and 8 Pullman keep a ear Between St Paul. St. Louis Aud Chicago information regarding routes rates tickets etc., will furnished upon application to j. W. Kiss St agent. I 00 dollars and sense. U any dental work that we do. For you is invariably of the High. Est Ami Best order. It Lur Prii i s Are also invariable./, a. I reasonable and fair not find lower prices. A we know that you eau More a. Easily pay higher prices but you. Cannot Viny better than the St a no matter what you Pat to Quot a a our work Lias to bests our guarantee covers that we give a per cent i count in on All we a re done at our Albert Lea. Ice until Furt Lier ii Dice. Lady assistant always in , act glance ecu ii i Ilia via i Hill Guage spoken a a a a Brown amp Parker a the dentists. I Carl Is Ionson dentist it fad me i of a ii to i Lent a t a i Ell fro of a it an at or Hai lev 11�?1 stare. Elbert Lea Minn. Attorney Sawyer of Owatonna a in thee to one ral business yesterday. Ida Fuller xviii appeal1 at the 11 pc in House tuesday afternoon and evening j line a til. The most disgraceful and outrageous proceedings that have taken place in the City for sometime occurred monday afternoon when sex mayor Gillrup was was arrested on the charge of grand larceny. In while or. Gillrup was mayor he and his police officers raided a couple of gambling houses on Clark Street several a rests were made and and the goods of the gamblers were seized. Asa result of the raid f. C. Willard and Frank Gilson were bound Over to the grand jury indicted tried and convicted of running and maintaining gambling houses. Gilson paid his Tine Aud Willard served time in the county jail. It seems that Willard a frequently demanded the gambling outfit and or. Gillrup Lias each time refused to give it up. And it was on the complaint of Willard that the warrant was issued for or. Gil Rupa a arrest Mommy. Ii or. 1 Gimp is in any Way to fault it is Iii the neglect of making tic proper disposition of the goods after seizure and retaining them in his Possession after tile expiration of his term of office. It is evident that the goods have been forfeited to the Law and Willard has no right to them what Ever Ami the course he a taken to recover them is not Only shameless but i nit rage is cyclones at Alden and Hartland. Twisters again visit the West end of the county but Little damage was done. By in dives demolished on Frank w Alker s farm near Alden. Reports Irani the South say that much damage was done at forms near Lake tills and separates into two branches. Emr. And mrs. O. P. Fans us came up from Northwood last night fora week s \ Isit in Albert Lea Aud vie Init v. Raiv in Brothers Are excavating for the foundation to their Mammoth wholesale grocery store South of the a Airt House. Jim flood has opened up a Hor shoe aug shop on the Corner of Newton and Maiu streets Aud will pleased to see his old patrons again. Or. And mrs. J. H. Menifee went to Minneapolis wednesday where they will attend the annual meeting of the grand Lodge of the i o. O. F. Yesterday a Crew of men commenced work on the sidetrack which is to Laid from the s. M. Track near Newton Street to Ransom Bro s. New building. Miss Corona Drake of our High school has accepted an invitation to give an address to the Zeta Athean society of Albert Lea College in the near Earth City Post. The markets at Albert Lea. 12 m., june i 1417wheat,. Barley. Oats. Carna flour. Best it. Per owl. Bran per ton. Shorts per ton. A a a a pork. Beef. Sheep Mutton. Lamb. Calves veal. Chickens. Live. Turkeys live. Butter. Eft. Basswood. Oak. Maple. Bolt Coal Illinois. Soft Coal Hocking a. By. Wool.vs.,7 84i v ,0,1 i go is to 12.40 3�?T.oo Al 2.88 7 it a 47.75 43.ho a 43.50 44 oo./4j out 93.0. A 44. I info .05 07 a ,07 pah i 2 .07 4 50 45. ,50 40.50 44.50 95.5098.00 47.10 George w Peterson late of columbian Law school was informed Telegram wednesday that of the theses submitted at that school in a examination for the degree of master of arts his theses on a roman Law a received the highest number of credits Aud in consequence he had been awarded first prize mrs. R. S. Clement with mrs. W. J. Schmitz entertained a Large company of lathes at Tea last evening. The handsome Parlours Weie tastefully decorated with ferns Aud Violet decked the tables. The Tea was most elaborate after it a served the guest were entertained music Aud Reading and pent an hour or More in pleasant social conversation. Albert Lea bindery and Blank Book manufactory. Times printing office i a re have been issued announcing the marriage of miss Adelaide Josephine Batchelder of this City and James Roderick Mcgregor of Chicago to take place in the presbyterian Church wednesday evening. Jame 33, Al eight o clock. Immediately following the ceremony a reception will Given at the Home Ltd a the Bride s Parent. Or. And mrs. W. S. Krebs the electrical storm observed in this City yesterday afternoon appeared at Alden Aud Hartland in the shape of whirlwinds and cyclones and from the report that come Iii Over the the Telephone it is feared that a Cyclone near Lyle resulted in considerable loss of ii i a Aud property. The Cyclone at Alden was noticed about four Aud a half Miles to the Southwest moving slowly to the Northeast. A Little South of the Milwaukee track it completely demolished the buildings on the farm of Frank Walker. Fortunately the family escaped to the cellar. The twister crossed the track about two Miles West of Alden tearing Down Telegraph poles and wires. The East bound passenger received orders to run from Wells to Alden at a slow rate of Speed but they pulled into Albert Lea on time. The wires were Down to the West of Alden but were repaired in the night Aud Are now in working order. After crossing the track the Cyclone struck the East end of Peter Hanson s barn demolishing it Aud carrying away the roof. No further damage was done and the storm appeared to dissolve close to the Village on the Northwest Side. At Hartland a Cyclone or More probably a whirlwind Wras observed to the Southwest. It moved quite rapidly to the Northeast but so far a can Learned Little or no damage was done. A message to the times from Lake Mills this morning contains the information that a to in storm originated to the South of that town yesterday afternoon. And dividing in two sections moved to the Northeast and East the one Braueht going toward Alden the other toward Lyle. But whether or not any considerable damage w As done the other storm cannot Learned this morning. Excursion rates to Clear Lake Iowa. Commencing May to. And continuing till supt. 30. The M. A . P. By. Will Ell excursion tickets to Clear Lake la., at one Ami one third fare for the round trip with time limit of 30 Days. Clear Lake is one of the most attractive summer resort in the Northwest. For information Call on ticket agent c., A St. P. Re. Commencement exercises held last evening. The annual commencement of Luther Academy occurred lat evening in the Large Assembly room of the in to tuition. The Rostrum was Hung with garlands of Oak leaves while above on a Graceful Arch in Green on a Back j ground of Lavender the Ciao colors was their motto a a after the Hills the mountains. A a the exercises opened with a hymn. J a Praise to the lord a a followed Ani invocation Rev. O. H. Smeby. A piano duet miss Railson and mrs. Nissen we As the next number and this was followed the Salut Atory and oration on the class motto Riena Fodnes. She said a to night we have reached an important mile Stone in our lives a and Many other Beautiful thoughts which made a deep impression. The next number on the program was an oration on w endell Phillips Josephine Jordahl. The speaker followed the great Man through his life of self sacrifice bringing out in bold Relief his efficient work in the anti slavery cause Aud his tireless Devotion to wronged humanity. A vocal Trio a a of or Blooming Meadow a the misses Railson. Blakelin and Anderson a the world owes me a living was the subject of Carl Schraud key a oration Aud was handled in a most interlacing manner. He took a youth who had the mistaken idea that the world owed him a i ving and showed that his life must certainly a failure when compared with a Young Man who realized the Rew Ard of labor. Ida Wangen entertained her hearers with an oration on John Wyclif reviewing the work of the great reformer. She called attention to his efficient labor in the reformation of the monastic system of his translation of the Bible and closed saying that a Seldom has there been a Man who has bequeathed so Rich a Blessing to posterity after a selection the mandolin us. L. P. Han on gave an oration on Poland in the scandinavian language. The speaker displayed a thorough historical knowledge of his subject and the manner in which it was delivered made the part highly entertaining. A seed time and Harvest a the j us j beet of miss Rosy Hanson s oration j and the comparisons of life wit i her j subject were Uio to beautifully made. A Emu in of the a vocal Trio a next Given followed an oration. A a a Ali Era Loui a Hendrickson. Hie showed tilt great Devotion of a ther to Lier people her Elf sacrifice and her triumphant Success the next oration on the program. A above the Clouds the a skies Are always Edith Watt was a Beautiful comparison of the Clouds of life with the Clouds of the sky. In All of her figures there was noticeable that Subtle Harmony that characterizes to thoughtful Aud imaginative mind. The last oration on the program was a the conflict Between the Cross and the Crescent Louisa Jordahl. The paper was of a historical nature and j reviewed the terrible contentions of the two great antagonistic religions. The class history of the commercial department was read j. O. Jordahl Aud showed careful thought in preparation. A under thy casement was another entailing selection the mandolin club followed the a class history of the academic department e. E. Frethein and the narrative was abundant in wit. The a a valedictory Theo. Anderson was a fitting close to the interesting program. Ile said a your Happy school Days Are Over and at an end and we must Battle with the Stern realities of life a and he closed with a glowing tribute to the faculty. The exercise of the evening concluded with a vocal Trio a so Iveigh a song a followed the presentation of diplomas after which the audience joined in the doxology and the Benediction was pronounced Rev. O. In sane . _ Church announcements. Hellie hardware . Are the sole agents in till City for. P. P. Stewarts 1 stoves and ranges. These Are the Best in the Market. We also handle All kind of general hardware. Tin work and repairing done on Short notice at Low prices. Hellie hardware dead. J. H. Larkin drops dead while at work in his cold storage. At 3 30 this afternoon j. Ii. Larkin while handling egg Case in his cold storage on Broadway fell dead. Hot or cold drinks at Sawyer s. Rare bit Cigar at Sawyer s. If you buy a bottle of grape tonic of your druggist Aud Are not satisfied with the Tate or results your Money will refunded writing to j. In Cool Owatonna. Questions what is the most delicious Spring Medicine you Ever tasted answer cools grape tonic. Sold All druggists. Do not wait until you get a rousing headache but buy Hazlet a headache capsules now. Hazle s headache capsule Are the univ Safe and sure cure. Hazle s headache capsule Are admitted to the quickest pain reliever. Try them. Hazlet headache capsule for All ache Anil pain. They Are guaranteed a Safe and sure cure get a Box of Hazle s ii Bache i a Sules they Are All right. Get a new lease of life taking Rocky Mountain Tea remember we guarantee All our work and we will Here in the years to come. Albert Lea bindery times office and Blank Hook mry All grocer receive fresh crackers from factory daily. Have you tried a package of those now flakes try a package. Take no worthless imitations get the genuine Rocky Mountain Tea. Largest and Best assortment of cigars in the City tit messenger s Money to loan in real estate Security. Of Western Mutual l ire ins. Co. = Tim is want d0lud1n. Of you want to have your wants satisfied Flake them known through the Thies want Collon. Rate five cents per line each insertion. Wanted a ten or fifteen horse Power boiler. Must All steel and in Good shape. Inquire of. Or address times Albert Lea. Wanted to Exchange a second hand typewriter for a promising Colt. Inquire at this office. Fob Sale a new four horse boiler guaranteed. Inquire of or address times Albert Lea. Fob Sale one City lot. I will sell on time and can take a Good driving horse towards it. Al a. Blackmer. Fob sales of % Sec. 31, town of Riceland. Good land modern improvements. Ii. C. Ellickson of Fob Sale a 6 horse Power engine and an 8 horse Power boiler at j. G. Sharp s Windmill shop. Of wan Quot i eds a five or six room House to rent. Inquire at times office. Wanted a Good girl for general House work. C. A. Ransom. Need fuck numbers of the times. Enterprise Standard and Alden Advance. We will pay liberally for copies of the t Imes for 1890 for the Enterprise and Standard of 1890 and of any previous year. Times printing office. Wanted Corn Aud outs. I keep an Exchange feed store on Clark Street two doors weat of Thompson s laundry. I i. F. 11 Kwitt. For Sale a seed Oats and potatoes. Call on o. M. Nelson Glenville m inn. Farmers will remember the i armers live Stock Union snip every monday we furnish the Best meal lunch ice Cream or soda for the Money in Albert Lea at the Leader restaurant. Call for the proof. To the Rosedale Cigar Napoleon Mckinley size to cents straight always Subtile consumer. For 8-horse-Power engine. Can seen running daily at Thompson s laundry. Of forsaken a lady s a a Telegram bicycle in excellent condition has not been used three months if you want a bargain Call and see this wheel at Henry Stenerson s. Fob Sale Good Organ cheap. Inquire at Henry English a. For Sale one Good two seated Carriage and two single carriages or will Trade for Good driving horse of John Gustavson. Business cards. I have a family horse buggy and Cutter that i will sell cheap. Come and see. S. S. Byor. C. Wedge. Physician and surgeon Albert a Lea Mina. W e. Todd. Lawyer. Room 6, opera House a Block Albert Lea 31 inn. Members of the Young menus Bible club and their Young lady friends Are enjoying an Outing at Beaver Lake today. The times has something new in the Way of fancy stationery. Ella Hanson and nettle Evenson Are prepared to do dressmaking and other sewing Over g. A. Hauges residence on College Street. Of. Christian Endeavor convention at san Francisco Cal. U. Mayland lawyer. Room 2, fair g store Block. Albert Lea Mina. Can a. Lovely lawyer. Room i opera House Block. Albert Lea Minn. Henry a. Morgan lawyer and county attorney. Office in Gulbrandson Blotzk Broadway Albert Lea. Mina. Clement s. Edwards. Attorney at Law and City attorney. Office Over the Albert Lea mercantile . Albert Lea. Minn. Allerup a Gilbert real estate Loans insurance Aud abstracts. Office West Side Broadway near court House. Albert Lea Minn. The knights of pythias will hold their annual service at the presbyterian Church next Sabbath evening and the address will Given Rev. S. S. Cryor. In the morning the baccalaureate Sermon will delivered Rev. R. . There will services in the nor-1 Weglian lutheran Church next sunday morning and in the evening. Rev j. Ii. Strand will occupy the pulpit. Christian science service next sunday morning at 10 30 subject a the gospel of sunday school following the service. Experience meetings every Friday evening at 7 30 a children s sunday will celebrated at the universalist Church sunday morning. June 13th. The fishing season is now on at Waterville and the A St. L. R. In . Will sell ticket. Albert Lea to water Ville and return at the following rates limited to get. 31st. S3.05, limited three Days. Si.50, each sunday morning returning sunday night. 81. Tickets on Sale from May 15th to get. 1st. Of j. W. Kinsey at. Tor the Christian Endeavor convention to held at san Francisco Cal., july till to 12th, 1897. The c., a amp St. P. By will sell one Way tickets at rate of �25.55. Same rates will apply on return trip. Special Stop Over privileges Well granted on these tickets. For further information and full particulars Call on or address e. Ii. Haisley agent. Albert Lea Mina a. Blackmer D. Office East Side of a Broadway. A neat and new Hospital facilities far surgical Aud chronic cases. Albert Lea Minn. Nothing better nothing half so Good As Rock Mountain Tea. Thousands say so. An Ideal summer trip. To Toronto the Canadian City of scholarship. The a Queen City of the lakes. The greatest universities of the Dominion Are located there As Well As one of the largest auditoriums on the continent. Thousands Are now preparing to visit this famous City. On july 15-18, a the Cedar rapids route will offer a one fare rate for the round trip and full particulars can obtained from any ii. C. R. A n. Agent or addressing j. Morton g. P. A t. A., Cedar rapids. Iowa. Inquire for our new iced Coco Honey cakes made from pure strained Honey. Albert Lea Cracker amp Candy . If you want an extra Tine soda Cracker buy the selected sodas in cartoons. _ tourist car service to California resumed the celebrated Phillips personally conducted California Tours commenced its 16th year of successful operation with a through car for California St. Paul thursday evening sept. 3, Over the Minneapolis amp St. Louis Railroad and connections via Denver and Ogden and will run every thursday thereafter during the season. The usual care and attention will give to our patrons that has contributed to the popularity of these excursions in the past. For further particulars and rates address a. B Cutts g. P. Amp t. A., Minneapolis Minn. Ice Cream and Cool drinks at Sawyers. Bicycle livery at the usual prices. Albert Lea bicycle . Room for rent. Inquire at times office

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