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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - March 26, 1897, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn county times. Vol. Ii. Sto. Lea Minnesota priday Marcu jt5, so Quot. To Elv e Rao is. Albert = Lea we a a a a a a a a bindery and Blank Book i manufactory. The big four binding ruling and print ing magazines and Blank books. Prices t a done to by do in do a a t marbling sprinkling and Gilling. Handsome durable bindings. Ledgers dockets. A t a Blank books ruled and bound to order. A a a a work guaranteed. Forget our special Sale of s to Muslin underwear umbrella drawers skirts Corset covers six a in night gowns. Do do and do do a a Priestley a Black goods 7 a 15. Lri Bross Binder no ruler. Goods arriving civil a he is a House hold name. We know they can be depended on to give entire satisfaction in style Quality and Wear. We will have All the new patterns new styles new prices to suit the wants of our customers. Hugh he he he he my buy a pair of our. $1.50 kid gloves and we will assure you that you will be our customer Tor another pair the next time you buy. D he hour Benefit. My printing office. A a Gage Hayden amp Bur i lulls. Given by Jonathan Freeman at the annual meeting of the Wisconsin dairymen a association. Resolution passed relating to to the Minnesota association. Jonathan Freeman the Moscow Creamery manager has favored the times with a copy of his addresses before the Wisconsin dairymen a association which or. Freeman attended us a Delegate from the Minnesota Dairyman a association As the addresses will be of interest to our Reader we give the la in full. Or. President ladies and a personally it is with great pleasure that i have the privilege of meeting with you on this your Twenty fifth annual gathering. As the representative of the Minnesota dairymen a association at its 19th animal meeting held at Albert Lea on Dee. I&Quot>-10 it is90, delegated to be with you on this occasion i bring to you a Hearty greeting. There Are Many reasons Why Minnesota should greatly appreciate our common cause and be As deeply interested in tile work being accomplished in Wisconsin As in our own state. Minnesota desires to freely and readily acknowledge that her first impulse in the line of successful Dairying were incited by Noble and unselfish men from your own state. The same is True of the excellent work of the institutes also in the educational plan now being so admirably carried Forward at the school of agriculture and the experimental farm at St. Anthony Park. First and foremast we Are very grateful to your honoured citizen sex gov. Hoard for his Many eloquent addresses delivered in our state All along the years of its Dairy history and the instruction derived from a a Hoard a also we gladly speak of Hon. H. C. Adams who by his practical stirring addresses has encouraged us to renewed efforts. Again we Are grateful to the president of your association Gen. G. W. Burchard for his Able and instructive address at our last meeting. In our Institute work we have been abundantly assisted by your or. Mckerrow or. Noyes mrs. Tison Aud by your Veteran Theodore Louis under the management of our supt. O. C. Gregg. As regards the attainments in our Dairy department at St. Anthony Park and latterly in our dairymen a association we must naturally Divide honors for the successful and beneficial work performed by prof. And see a t. L. Have scr Between you and himself. He was born educated and partially developed in his life work in your state and not far from this place of meeting. It does not become me to amplify upon what we Are doing along these serial lines of agricultural work we have not the Large per cl1 it of the sturdy and frugal germans to set ail example to the conglomerate descend ends of the British islands and Holland but we do have the Seand Anavian possessing to a Large extent the same characteristics. Thanking you for the Many benefits received in the past we propose in a Friendly manner in the future to use our Best Powers to the end of keeping abreast of you at least and if possible at times to make a spurt ahead in some Tine direction. In Secretary a Lla Eckert a certificate of the speakers election As Delegate to this association occur the following words a this action was prompted by a Strong desire on our part to co operate with your association in its efforts to secure legislation both state and National which will protect honest Dairy goods and to assist you in ail efforts calculated to promote the Dairy the purpose of my visit cannot be More concisely stated. Hence do not consider me intrusive if i should appear prominent among you by asking Many questions both Public and private. My wife has always denominated me As an inveterate questioner from before the beginning of our married life until the present. Perhaps this weakness sent me Here in preference to some better Man. Although As dairymen we have been getting some advantages in return for taxes paid and natural rights yielded for the benefits of All from state and nation still we can rightfully demand much More in the Way of instruction development and Protection from Many. But Iii this age of developed selfishness under the cover of Law. Our demands will not be heeded unless we co operate by District and state in presenting our need before our Law makers. From the program presented Here the speaker is assured that he will he enabled to carry Home to Minnesota that information encouragement and Assurance that will make the dairymen of the state More determined than Ever in pressing their demands just As determined As were the members of our last association in unanimously presenting the name of your sex. Gov Hoard for Secretary of agriculture in fact a of tire Sophis tries brought Forward by politicians present. In closing permit me again to declare that our Earnest desire is to co operate in every Effort to promote the greatest Good of this department of agriculture. May the results of this meeting effect a greater advancement in Dairying both in state and nation than any that has preceded second talk my. President and members of the association a before you declare this association adjourned i earnestly desire to freely acknowledge the kindness and Courtesy extended to me during this association As also for the kind reference made in Hie resolutions. I came not especially representing the few Bonanza Dairy Farmers having herds of cows from thirty to one Hundred or the fluent speakers among us or the professional illustrators of Dairy knowledge of which our Friend platen is so Good and example but More directly to represent the hundreds of Reading thinking working Farmers connected with our hundreds of cooperative creameries who yearn to Benefit by the practical knowledge attained by those in your own state who Are older and More experienced in the work. Hence the speaker would gladly receive any further word of suggestion advice or encouragement not Only in practical work on the farm in the Creamery and in the cheese factory but also in the line of legislation both state and National needed for the betterment of the dairymen in both states from messes. Burchard Hoard Adams and others and the significance of thes words will surely be conveyed to the parties directly interested. Of you deem it Wise we should be pleased to have your association represented by a Delegate at our annual gathering in december next. Again i thank you. The following is that portion of the Resolution referred to by or. Freeman resolved that tile Wisconsin dairymen a association returns the fraternal greeting sent from the sister state of Minnesota through or. Jonathan Freeman the accredited representative of the dairymen a association of that stale. We have appreciated the presence and the counsel of or. Freeman and tin kindly feeling of the association he represents our rivalries Are those Only in the line of efficient efforts for a common cause. May the typical cow of Minnesota become a thing of Beauty and a mine of Gobi and May the dairymen of that smarter and Richer than we Are if they can. Whatever they do. They cannot have a More kindly feeling toward us than we have toward them. Appeal to voters. Treatment of Wilk fever. A correspondent of Hoard s Dairyman. B. W. Gregory Sullivan co., x. V., claims to have been successful in the treatment of milk fever with cows. For the Benefit of our dairymen we give his formula tis follows the formula that a adopted was to give ii Pound Salt Petre on first discovery of the fever which is always known by drying up of the flow of milk and prostration Ami in two hours Twenty five drops of aconite in two hours More if not relieved do not try to get the cow up but let her be quiet until she gets up herself repeat with % Pound of Salt Petre and Twenty drops of aconite. Alternate the above Pound Salt Petre and 20 drops of aconite every two hours until relieved. I have bad several eases since adopting the above course and not lost one since using it. Have had stubborn cases where they have taken four doses each of the above prescription but they have always recovered All right. The first cow that was experimented with my neighbor Dairyman said a Experiment with her As much As you please she will never get on her feet in fifteen hours after giving her the first dose of Salt Petre she got on her feet with her own Accord and in 48 hours was giving 20 pounds of milk twice a Day. If the above is of any use to you or your fellow men use it. Any person desiring Garden and Flower seeds can obtain them by addressing congressman j. A. Tawney House of representatives Washington bist. Columbia. Rare bit cigars at messengers. A Temperance rally for women Only was held at the m. If. Church sunday evening under the auspices of tin w. C. T. I. Mesdames of. La. Al Dickson a. S. Krebs r. B. Skinner t. I. Thurston g. A. Freemott and. La. Lowe prominent parts of an entertaining program and held the undivided attention of a Large and appreciative audience. Misses i time i Iii Ami Geissler assisted by rendering a vocal duet and mrs. Val grift favored the audience with a Solo. At t in close of the meeting a collection amounting to 850 was taken to be used in defraying the expenses of the Rankin meetings next week. The following resolutions were adopted by the ladies whereas the Public Saloon is a Public nuisance and a natural foe of Tim Home in which we Are interested More than in anything else and whereas the Laws of this state do not permit women to vote on the question of License or no License resolved first that we most heartily thank the men who voted against the Saloon business and Iii favor of our Home one year ago and devoutly Pray that none of them will Ever again patronize or vote for the Saloon resolved second that we Appeal to every voter in Albert Lea to stand by tis and protect our Homes from the temptations of the Saloon. W e cannot vote but we can plead with All a woman s pleading and Appeal to the chivalrous in men. In the name of god and in behalf of All that is High and lofty and pure and Good keep this accursed traffic from our City. The Public Saloon is a menace to every interest of the City. It is certain to bring sorrow to the hearts of Many wives and mothers and threatens every Home with the disgrace of drunk eness. It is a prolific breeder of Rowdy ism and vice among our Young men. It makes certain streets of our City unfit for women to walk on by Day and dangerous b night. The police records show thut it is the chief source of crime Aud disorder. It impoverishes the Home of the Labouring Man by taking the hard earned Dollar which should buy food and clothing for his family to swell the coffers of the Saloon keeper. The report of the finance committee of the City Council explodes the idea that tin License Money tends to decrease the taxes of t lie people. We learn with deep sorrow that some business men of this City advocate the return of Lite Saloon to help their business. We Blush to think that any Man in honest business would Sto it a to conduct his business on such a Low plane of morals. We Hope that the men who eater for our Trade will not Rob us of our boy s nor bring shame upon it str Homes. We again Appeal to All the Earnest honest thoughtful voters of Albert Lea to vote again License with an overwhelming majority at the coming elect Ion. Resolved third that we thank the City papers for former favor to our cause and request them to publish these resolutions. A to Toronto in july a this is the present cry of All Epworth leagues As their next International conference is to be held in the Queen City of Canada. No More Beautiful City could have been selected As there Are hundreds of Miles of Asphalt pavements and scores of Parks. As an educational Center to conto stands tile peer of All it am Eban cities. Line fare rates and special train from Cedar rapids Are offered by a the Cedar rapids route and full particulars can be secured by calling upon any in c. In a no agent or addressing j. Morton g i. A t. A., Cedar rapids pure celebrated for its great Leavening strength and Healthfulness. Assures the food against Alum and All forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands. Royal baking powder co., new York

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