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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - September 26, 1934, Albert Lea, Minnesota
Freeborn Patriot 3 we Haven to the ability to change our Winters into Spring or summer but we can sell you Coal that will make you comfortable in the coldest weather. Try our stove and if you have the same experience that hundreds of other users have had you will be satisfied that this Coal is a clean economical High Grade fuel for stove Furnace or hot water Quick clean service orchestra every evening meals and lunches try our sunday dinners no cover charge on monday tues., thur., and fridays prepared and paid for by Bess e Ever Alibess a. Everal candidate for superintendent of schools experience Rural consolidated graded schools la years teachers training instructor 12 years Grade supervisor Over 40 teachers and have taught in county institutes. Hold a life certificate and a special supervisors certificate. Training Iowa state teachers College University of Minnesota and Columbia u n. A your vote will be appreciated prepared and paid for by Alfred t. Voll Malfred t. Vollum candidate for county attorney born and reared on a farm in Freeborn county. Educated in local and state schools actively engaged in the practise of Law for 21 years. Experienced in prosecuting criminal and civil cases. Will enforce All Laws there Are two major propositions that the Farmers Are interested in obtaining. One is to have their farm mortgages refinanced by a method providing a great reduction of interest charges. The other object is to procure better prices for farm products. To attain those objects i favor a Refl prepared and paid for by Chris Rosenberg Chris Rosenberg candidate for Register of deeds Freeborn county dancing of farm Loans on the Frazier plan i 4 per cent per annul and i % per cent per annul interest. No refinancing plan or a Bond Issue plan will Ever bring Down interest charges nor will it raise farm prices. I also favor Cost of production plus a reasonable profit As Industry under the Era is now assured. I also favor big tariffs on products in Competition with farm products and lower tariffs on what the Farmer buys i favor a wider Extension of co operative enterprises to reduce the spread Between seller and consumer. This program will Benefit labor because Farmers will buy More creating a Chance for More work in factories. It will certainly Benefit Baudler Farmer labor candidate for Congress first District Palm Garden Page it
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