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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - October 8, 1897, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn county times. Twelve pages. A a we know something about clothing. We know what to depend upon and whom to depend upon. We re having experience every Day. You can depend upon us. We wont give you wrong advice. It would t pay besides our guarantee stands Back of everything we Tell you. When you get this Trade Mark Hart Schaffner to Marx. Ism a fit a May i Viii guaranteed clothing. On a suit or overcoat you know just what you re getting. It Means the Best and an absolute certainty of satisfaction. $ we also know i a a Ezjel �2 amp a a ass a a ii i a you know you have the Best when you Wear garments bearing this Label. Corset 0e, Hayden Bie four clothiers. Albert Lea Minnesota. That we can save you enough to warrant your giving us your v. I s. Strauss. Every suit Ani it overcoat is a Trade builder our $5.00 suits Are made from beautifully finished goods in neat checks and plaids and Are guaranteed to give extra Wear. To see one of our heavy All Wool Chinchilla Ulster at 55.00 is to buy one. To the Many enquirers re. Granting the repairing and a cleaning1 of furs we Are pleased to say that is r. Goldsmith who is with Hansen a Empire fur factory will Tell you All about the subject of i clean Ino and dyeing furs on Friday and saturday october i5th-i6th, the Corset fitting clothiers. When the productions of this famous fur House will be on Sale at ithe big four. Gage Hayden amp co. No use arguing the Why and therefor of our steadily increasing popular i 41 o i Coy Iii o i to. It is summed up in the Creamery men still undecided about the it in the hands of a committee. Will patronize the Home butter tub Industry. Previous order with outside parties next meeting to be held no. Vember 5. With the Opportunity of making a selection from an extra Large Stock of clothing. Our hats and furnishings Are All one can wish. The swell est collars neckwear etc., now in the Market and at popular prices. Underwear bargains. Natural Wool at.25c heavy fleece lined50c Best All australian . I a and Many others too numerous to it mention. Tub reliable clothiers. The or Abib clothing co. 44 44 o i4 to 44 44 41 4 44 44 4 44 44 44 4 44 a 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 up to Date tailoring the largest Stock of new and fashionable cloths in Albert 44 Lea. Always a pleasure to show 0 goods. Skaug clothing co. 44 i Zzz Quot the Freeborn county Dairy association met at the court House Friday afternoon and although the attendance was not very Large those that were present made up in enthusiasm what they lacked in numbers. President Lawson called the meeting to order and the discussion of the milk tester matter was at once entered into. N. T. Sandburg m. Halvorsen and Gunvold Johnsrud warmly advocated the advisability of having an expert tester arguing that better results would be obtained and the work would be carried on with fess friction and fault finding. Jonathan Freeman stated that after giving the matter considerable thought he had come to the conclusion that it would be a a most righteous plan a although he doubted its tract ability. H. Dills was sceptical As to a tester being Able to get around to All the creameries and do the testing to suit the various creameries As they All test at about the same time. insisted that there would be no difficulty on that score arguing that the tester could in his opinion make about Twenty creameries testing two a Day. B. D. White was called on but refused to discuss the matter he stated however that an expert tester would be Able to serve Only five creameries but he was certain that a composite test would be Correct if properly taken. On motion of or. Barlow it was finally decided to leave the matter in the hands of a committee to be appointed by the chair. The duties of this committee Are to ascertain How Many creameries would be favourable to the employing of an expert tester and to find the Cost per bottle and other details of the plan. Or. Vandegrift next agitated the butter tub question emphasizing the fact that Supply dealers in other cities were cutting the rates simply to kill the local dealers in which Case they would have the Creamery men at their mercy. The matter was discussed with considerable feeling and the result was the cancellation of an order of a Carload of tubs that had been sent to a foreign House. In response to a query from or. Freeman or. Trow the Freeborn county representative of the Mutual Creamery insurance co., stated that the company is now ready to receive applications that applications amounting to 840,000 had been already received but that 8125,000 was necessary before the company could begin to write insurance. In regard to shipping butter to England or. White stated that the Market in this country is now equal to that of England and it would not pay at present therefore to ship abroad. Lie was of the opinion however that it is Only a question of time when conditions will change and shipments abroad be resumed. The next meeting of the association will be held at the court House Friday november 5th. New Law firm. On monday of this week there was formed in this City a partnership that will give to Albert Lea one of the strongest if not the strongest Law firms in Southern Minnesota. The members of the firm Are w. E. Todd and Henry Carlson with the firm name of Todd amp Carlson. Or. Todd is a splendidly equipped Pareti Coiner hav ing graduated from both the academic Aud Law departments of the Wisconsin state University and his years of experience and his personal address make him a giant at the bar. Strong corporations always employ the Best Legal Talent and perhaps the greatest encomium that can be Given the eloquence and ability of or. Todd is the fact that the three railroads running into Albert Lea retain his services regularly often employing him As a special counsel to appear for them at Distant Points along their lines. Or. Carlson is a Young Man just graduated from the columbian Law school at Washington d. C., a graduate from the Albert Lea High school and a student at the Minnesota state University. He has just been admitted to practice Law in Minnesota and is immediately taken into partnership by or. Todd with whom he has been connected As assistant for the two years prior to his Entrance to the columbian Law school. Or. Carl son has his record yet to make and those who know him Best Are most confident of his Success and fullest of Praise of his ability and Sterling Worth and unhesitatingly predict for him a High place of Honor in his chosen profession. There will be few stronger Law firms in Minnesota than that of Todd amp Carlson. A Good showing. The m. Amp St. L. Railroad has had a prosperous year and Well deserves it. Their annual report just submitted to the stockholders shows total earn Ings 82,006,505.07, operating expenses including dividends 81,131,716.4<, leaving a surplus of $78,786.18. Hie Agi i cultural tonnage was 143 per cent larger than that of last year but there was a Large falling Oft in the transportation of lumber and manufactured articles. The passenger traffic was the largest in the history of the Road. The total passenger movement was 20,000-000 Miles w hich would reach 800 times around the world. The Road has 72 locomotives,49 passenger cars and 2,286 freight cars. The Road operates 462 Miles of track. The number of tons of freight carried one mile was 114,523,012 tons an increase Over last year s tonnage of 1,000,000 tons. This Gratifying 1 showing May be taken As indicating a Large wave of returning activity in general business and the improved condition and growth of the territory tributary to the Road. Our Bath rooms a tis false. There seems to be a prevailing opinion among a number of people that a newspaper can live without Mone. They seem to believe that the Story which Bas been so widely circulated about the editor who could get along with a half dozen shirts and a Railroad pass is an absolute fact. It in the contrary it is a base falsehood and the editor who wrote the article is now in the insane Pilot. What May be expected. Now comes an explorer of ancient lore with a denial of the Story of the serenade Given by Nero to the firemen of Rome. The Omaha Bee says that like As not some Smarty will appear a thousand years hence denying that the bands of our Day proclaimed a a there la be a hot time in the old town Herald. Anderson. The new grocery firm have the finest line of crockery and glassware tailoring if you want clothes made to order we Are Able to give you the Best cloth and fit in the City. Call and inspect our Tine Stock. Respectfully Olsen amp Thune. Or. Nixen Block. N. W. Sawyer with a. Full corps of assistants can now by found. At his. In Albert Lea. Come and sex Clark Street restaurant. Amine and be convinced j give him a Cali our goods Are of the Best and our prices Are All right. Carl m. Simonson dentist graduate of Ohio dental College. Ofhie front rooms Over Barlow s drug store. Albert Lea Mina. W. H. Wood piano Alshet a a Mina. Tuner

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