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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - October 22, 1897, Albert Lea, Minnesota Quot Quot a Freeborn county times. Vol. Ii. No. 50. Albert Lea Minnesota Friday october 22, i Sot Tavel be pages. Sex your Money a Worth or your Money Back if we done to suit you. When a Many a Stout or slim or Short or Long most clothiers can do nothing for him he a outside of their limited Range of sizes. That Isnit the Way Here. We have the right clothes for everybody our special shapes and sizes made by h. S. Amp m. Are the Only clothes of the kind in America guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. This is the Trade Mark Hart 80haffner amp Marx. Guaranteed clothing. It Means your Money a Worth or your Money Back. Underwear. We have some Large enough for the biggest Man in the land. Our natural Wool free from All impurities found in the Ordinary cheap kind for soc. Is a hard nut for our competitors to crack. Be Nobby Young Man a come to me for one of our swell Box top Coats your co rims. 7%. Tto fit x special suit Sale. Tho. 16.75 suit Wert mini to Ell at #10 the #.75 at #12.80 the #10.75 at #14 Aud the #12.75 at #17, but the be bring already broken they go just a. Stated. There Are ouly 60 of theme suit All told. Made lit Wark and frock of Tine worsted and Cheviot. Overcoat i prices. Quality. Assortment. Below Are jus a few of our Trade winners. Under Wea re the natural Wool Atill at 25c, Balbriggan knit fleeced at 50c. Wrights health fleeced at la. Mittens Good wearing warmly lined at 75c. A no. I calf All Wool lined at 50r. A no. I Buck All Wool lined 75e. Aud up. Winter Caps All Aly in Aud at All Price. Men or boy a All Wool Cap at 3�c. The rename Snail tailoring. Pasteurization at Albert Lea Creamery. The Only Creamery in the United states that produces pasteurized butter. No longer an Experiment. Butter maker Shuknecht a obtained highly. Satisfactory commis a Ion Ile chants and Eastern shippers interested in june or. A. Ii. Reid 39th and Market streets Philadelphia penn., came to this City and arranged with the management of the Albert Lea Creamery association for a practical test of his process and machinery for pasteurization. Butter maker la. K. Shuknecht took the matter in charge and throughout the summer he has worked faithfully and patiently to give the process a fair trial. Or. Shuknecht is not Only a Moat industrious Young Man but is also possessed of a Liberal education and his knowledge of the science of butter making and All the elements pertaining thereto is most exhaustive. Besides his accumulation of knowledge in and out of College or. Shuknecht has taken a Long severe course in the school of experience and he is consequently fully competent to prove his knowledge by practical application and test. Entering upon his task without the Success or failure of others to encourage or warn him for nowhere else in the United states is butter being made from pasteurized Cream or. Shuknecht has Defeated and defied his scoffers by the splendid Success he is achieved. Probably no one in this country knows wore about the process of pasteurization than or. Shuknecht and we must accept As quite conclusive his statement that a it is an unqualified All Are familiar with the principle. The milk from the Farmers cans is subjected for a few minutes to a temperature of 157 degrees. This heat is just sufficient to effectually destroy the virulent tuberculosis Bacilla the consumption germ in the milk but not too intense to leave a permanent scald to the liquid. Also this process destroys All noxious doors and flavors in the milk that May be caused by the food of the cows and it imparts to the butter a More delicate flavor and greater body. In Short pasteurization improves each and every particular Quality of the butter. In addition to this improvement in Tho product of the Creamery the milk which is returned to the Farmer for use As feed to the Young Stock is entirely freed from the consumption germ and it is or. Shuknecht a firm opinion that the feeding of pasteurized milk to Stock for say a generation would reduce to a minimum tuberculosis among cattle and this in turn would materially reduce the mortality among Mankind caused by that dread disease consumption. The process of Pasteur izing or. Shuknecht says is attended with Little if any extra expense beyond that of the original Cost of the apparatus which is Trilling in comparison with the profits to be gained. At the Albert Lea Creamery All the Pasteur izing is done by using the exhaust Aud waste steam from the engine and not a Pound More of fuel is consumed. A Little More labor is required in the process but it is not sufficient to require the employment of extra hands. One thing however is True and that is that if the process of pasteurization is generally introduced either the butter maker of today must Post upon chemistry and the real science of making butter or he will be superseded by some one who is posted. Or. Shuknecht asserts that the Day is now past when butter making an be considered a Mere mechanical process to be Learned by any one after a apprenticeship of but a few months. Last week the Creamery association received a letter from a commission merchant of Glasgow Scotland stating that the writer had received some of the pasteurized butter from Albert Lea Creamery and was so pleased with it that he desired the Creamery to make him a proposition. The merchant seemed quite enthusiastic and was anxious to make some Deal with the association Here so that the butter can be shipped direct to him. Another incident that shows the interest that is being taken in the now successful Experiment of butter maker Shuknecht is that a leading new York Creamery paper sent a representative Here last week to investigate the pasteurization matter and give it a the big four. Roll our. $495 capes and jackets 4 Are really the Best goods Ever shown in town Foi near their Price. Wool boucle novelties and Black beavers All Wool jerseys and heavy Wool frieze and chinchillas. Great. Fur Selling has been done and we have left Only a few Collar ettes. Our Beautiful $25 Collaretti to close out Only $16.50 one Sealskin Collaretti $10.00 two Astrachan Collar ettes $6.75 we sell everything in season and. Keep our goods new and up to Date in style. Gage Hayden amp co. Write up. The reporter after spending two Days at the Creamery and carefully going Over the details of the process and examining the butter pronounced it a decided Success and stated that Tafb butter is the Best that he has seen. Creamery and produce papers throughout the country Are beginning to acknowledge the importance of pasteurization and realize the fact that the Success of or. Shuknecht along this line has opened up a new Era in the Creamery world. Inspects Albert Lea factories Julius toe Rush. Of the state labor Bureau visits this City and makes favourable report. Assistant state factory inspector Moersh of St. Baul was in the City Friday and saturday obtaining statistics for the state labor Bureau. It is or. Moersh s Doty to investigate the sanitary conditions of factories and workshops inspect the machinery in regard to its safety and look into the matter of child labor. According to the inspectors report Albert Lea has thirty a factories and workshops employing 203 people. Austin which or. Moersh had just visited employs 210. At each factory or workshop or. Moersh left a copy of the state factory inspection Law passed by the legislature in 1693, and this copy is to be posted in the working room. As a result of his labors in this City he will Send in to the state labor Bureau the following report la. C. R. A be x. Round House 12 employees m. At St. L. Round House 16 Brundin Bros packing House and Market,16 Albert Lea milling company 15 Enterprise Iron works 7 electric Light Plant 9 Skinner milling company 9 Sharps Windmill Aud pump shop 0 Candy and Cracker company 16 Chaa Jorgensenn a bakery 4 Hanson s bakery i g. A. Ii auge a plow works 9 Matson at Peterson 5 c. D. Edwards 4 Enterprise printing office 5 Simonton amp Whitcomb 4 a e. Case Corset factory 22 Standard printing office 6 Tribune printing office including carriers 20 bottling works 3 times 6 Selbig s Cigar factory 3 City bakery 2 Fountain Lake steam laundry 7 Thompsons steam laundry 14 waterworks station 3 Albert Lea Creamery Geo. Dromerhausen at sons 6 Northern Creamery Supply co., la j. Waneka a Cigar factory 6. Better prepared than Ever to do. First class work. Our Bath rooms and or amp Llu Quot a 1 Quot a phone i i=1= amp Anderson. The new grocery firm have the finest line of crockery and glassware. In Albert Lea. Come and examine and be convinced. Our goods Are of the Best and our prices Are All right. Tailoring if you made to order we Are Able to give you the be to cloth and tit in the City. Call and inspect our Tine to Geek. Respect fully Olsen amp Thune or. A Luton Carl m. 51 Honson dentist gradual of Ohio dental College. Office fro at Hoorn Over Barlow Dru store Albert Lea. first flt Lorl Bank a a or a Albert Lett Allis. Capital. j surplus. A los ust Joss. President. About Paulson canner. G. Us my a Gnu on vice president. A general banking Bual a transacted. Interest paid on time Deposit. Conservative and Sape. Directors h. O. Hauknes. O. H. Flindt. G. Gulu Ramdaou. Tho. W. Wilson. V. Gulf Raudso. August Paulson. P. M. Joice. K. H Bleb. Harry Jones

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