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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 13, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Wednesday july 13, 1921.the t1mes-Enterprise, Albert Lea Minn. Paci or or. And . Jorden Jensen terribly Hurt in an Auto Accident turned Turtle mile North of Janesville sunday morning. Both in Hospital at Mankato. Left arms of both were badly lacerated exposing Bones. Lost much blood before first Aid came. Mrs. Jensen pinned under car was released by lifting Side. Other three occupants injured. Body of Elmer Clemetson will arrive soon son of even Clemetson 1010 West Clark Street will arrive in Albert Lea from overseas in Short time. The body of Kimer Clemetson son of even Clemetson of 1010 West Clark Street will arrive in new York july 15, according to a message received from the War department by the boys father this morning. Relatives meet has a warm St. Paul firm at Nels Olstad old Homestead spot in heart suffers loss for this City by fire sunday descendants gather sunday at or. Royal of the Rhoda Royal warehouse of National furniture v Small piece of burning Wood thrown into the air loll to room of houses Lor blocks around and House holders aroused from bed wore kept 11 with Small Garden to i s playing urea till on their hone firemen hampered in their work by the a los Ive heat and the burst a of several lines of Hose Man aged it Ive the building un1 company a few feet t it in i or. And . Jorgen Jensen 118 Bridge Street were terribly Hurt sunday morning North of Janesville Minn., when their Oldsmobile turned Turtle and then half Way Over again. The three other occupants of the car . J. H. Fox and son Willard and Russell Jensen were also Cut and bruised but it is believed that the r wounds Are not serious. The occupants of the car with another car containing Albert Jenson j. H. Fox and daughter Dorothy and or. And . Basil Bierce All of this City left Albert Lea Early sunday morning for Mankato where they intended to spend the Day at 9 Bley Park. About a mile North of Janesville Albert Jensen w the his party came suddenly to a very a Sharp and dangerous curve. Albert made the turn All right. As . Bierce turned to see if or. Jensen got safey by with his party she saw the car go Over. By the time they turned around and got Back All were out of the wrecked car. Mrs. Jensen who was pinned under the Side of the car. Was soon released by her son Russell or. Jensen was lying by the Side of the car unconscious. He Rev Ved soon after he was lifted into the Jensen car both or. And . Jensen were bleed no badly from their lacerated arms Cut by the broken Glass from the Windshield. The Back of . Jensen a left hand an i up nearly to the Elbow was terribly Cut. In fact the flesh and cords had been Cut and scraped until the Bones were plainly visible. Above the Elbow on the same Arm the flesh knotted and turned Black in a few minutes. For a time . Jensen was unable to stand. Or. Jensen a worst hurts were on the Back of the left hand and fore Arm. The Bones on the Back of his hand were exposed. Mrs. Fox suffered a few Bru aes about the shoulder. Russell was Cut on one knee with Glass and w hard received scratches. The injured were taken to Janesville where their wounds were dressed. The attending physician found that . Jensen had aug suffered a broken Finger. The loss of blood and excitement left or. And . Jensen in a very weakened condition. On the advice of the Janesville doctor or. And . Jensen were taken to Mankato where they were placed in the Hospital. Word today from Mankato is to the effect that both Are rest no fairly Well considering their injuries. The automobile was badly Jim med up but after it was put Back on its wheels or. Fox succeeded in getting it started and managed to drive it slowly Back to Albert Lea. Fifteen minutes after the Jensen car was wrecked another car attempted to turn the same Cor Ner. The or ver could see that he make it without an Accident so steered into a combed. The car was loaded to capacity with women. At eleven of clock monday morning editor Joe Reynolds of the Mankato free press called the Tribune and stated that while or. And . Jorgen Jensen were badly Hurt the Hospital reported that they were Gett no along nicely. Elmer Clemetson Elmer Clemetson entered the army june 27, 1918 at Twenty five years of age. He was first assigned to Camp Grant later to Camp Robinson and finally to Camp Mills. In september 1918 he sailed from Camp Mills for France As a private in the 311th Trench mortar Battery 86th division a. E. F. On october 20th, 1918 he was taken sick with influenza and bronchial pneumonia and was placed in Tho British Hospital no. 2, la Havre where he died two Days later oct Oei 22nd. He was interred in the French cemetery a St. Marie a be Havre Seine infer Eure France. Or. Clemetson wired the govern ment to ship the body on to Albert Lea when he had landed. He will probably arrive Here sometime with in the next two weeks. Died monday father of j. H. Bunt of the Beaver Lake picnic grounds passes away. 1921 special state taxes $11,686,823.93 Louis Burns 86 year old Pioneer j and a prominent Farmer of Beaver receipts increase Over 1920 to Lake died at his Home there last night at to of clock. Or. Burns who has been poorly for past five weeks is Well known throughout steel and Freeborn counties in farming circles. He has been located on his farm at Beaver Lake for More than a Quarter Century. Old age was Given As cause of his death. Tai state treasurer Rinest report shows inheritance tax shows gain. Place to do Honor to grandchild . Volney Turbett and husband of Gordonsville. Circus was once with the Ringling Brothers circus am became 111 while in this City. Sunday july to about sixty of the a never sine our season open d xxx descendants of the late Nels Olstad have to n anxiously Nwa Mth. Our Date Hayward Pioneer gathered at the old in Albert Lea and expect to do a won Homestead in Hayward towns p just Drui business Hen next monday a East of the foot of Albert t said Herbert s. Maddy personal rep do Honor to . Volney Turbett a resent Tive of the Rhoda Royal circus grandchild and her husband of Hor who is at the hotel Albert. Quot years Townsville Minn. Mrs. Turbett is bet ago when or. Royal was an employer or known to her friends As miss of the Ringling Brothers in was to Fukei vines Peterson of Duluth. Ill in Albert Lea and was Given such All present were related either by wonderful attention by doctors nurses blood or marriage to the late or. Of and townspeople in general that or a had. The party was planned and has Nevei invitations sent out by or. And always been a Booster for it. Conse Ole Peterson present owners of the Quentlyn he feels that he is really com Homestead and formerly residents Oling Back Home although his real Dom amp stove co. Destroyed by Early morning Blaze. Hundreds of residents Battle fall Sparks. Of la Quot away. Thousand Vii icily an parts Al tie the fire my Jefferson Street of this City. The program of the Day was carried out under the giant Maple tree on the Lawn. The tree was transplanted by Hans p. Olstad a son w to now resides on East third Street in 1865. One Day while bans was Over on the big Island n lower Albert Lea Lake he was at a rated by the perfect shape of a tiny Naple sapling growing near the Shore circus by the Way will come in Sun St. Paul. July 11 jumping from a Small shed to the Sun dried Lens of the National fund in a a stove co., warehouse. 990 Raymond Avenue St Paul fire destroy i the St no line and contents with a loss estimated by officials at $1 Louiie shortly after 2 30 a in. Sunday. The loss is almost elicit by overed by insurance Leeor i ing to a. F. Bond Secretary of the forgotten the City and has company. Georg Alderman trackman on no. To truck was slightly injured when he Al into a Hole in the groan t while fighting the Blaze. Fhe fire spread with such rapidity through the warehouse tilled with furniture paper and Excelsior that within a so minutes after til first alarm had been sent he humus were shod in in a solid column Mon than a Hundred it. Into Iii Quot air. The illumination could be seen Horn All parts of the City. Of people living in the Cir curious from other City witnessed the Blaze. Ailed in a Woollen shed own to by he Dale Baumgartner company Railroad contractors. The so j was abandoned a year ago. Is is believed by police and fir officials that a cigarette kindled the 111 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 9 in in a a c. I. Man lumber co. Che is located at Baraboo wis which is also the Home of the ring Lings. Quot or. Royal wants to meet some of the folks who were so Good Ami kind to him when he was sick. Ii has their names and will look them up when his show arrives and arrange to entertain them at tile grounds the Best grades of a hard and soft Ico Ali in a i and building mate 5 i rial of All kinds 5 to Loti Flione he carefully unearthed its roots and carried the tree to his fathers Home planting it where it stands today a real Monument of the past weathering the summer and Winter storms of More than fifty five years. After the banquet had taken place under this big Maple. M. Peterson gave the address of the Day and told Many an interesting account of things that had taken place among the relatives during the past years. Day from Fairmont and Long by lore the average Albert Lea resident arises1 All the Stock and paraphernalia will have been unloaded and removed to the grounds at the weal Clark Street Ball Park. Their tents will be Eren de and Man and beast cared for Only necessary work will be done on the Sabbath Day. Quot because of his liking for Albert la a Ana her people or. Royal has re gently instructed his agents i a lower at the conclusion of his talk ii the Price fit admission from 75 cents during the fiscal year 1921, which the ended july i Minnesota received $11. 686,823.93 in special taxes of the Gross or. Burns is survived by four sons earnings nature and inheritance and a daughter j. In Burns Beaver taxes Henry Rines state treasurer. Lake . A on Sullivan of Bath and sons in Minneapolis Owatonna and new York. Eczema Money Back without gumption if Hunts guaranteed skin disease remedies Hunt Salve and soap fail in fhe treatment of itch eczema Akin diseases try this treatment at our risk. We. Luecko a drug store announced last night. These figures were obtained in the preparation of his annual report on receipts and disbursements. These compare with receipts of $10,078,-055.96 for income from the same sources in the fiscal year 1920. These receipts each of which increased from 1921, Are from the following sources tax amount 1920. Amount 1921 inheritance $1,056,687.24 $1,074,038.82 i. Earnings 7,801,678.94 9.123,032.08 insurance. Telephone 861,895.31 358,744.47 Luther Esse meets death in no. Dakota former Hayward Man conductor on Northern Pacific killer at Dickinson tuesday morning july 5th. Luther Esse 45 years of age son of the late or. And . Lars Esse of Hayward met instant death at Dickenson n. D., on tuesday morning july 5. A Telegram bearing the sad intelligence was received by his brother b. J. Esse at Hayward shortly after the Accident. Or. Esse was a conductor on the Northern Pacific. The Telegram did not give the particulars of the tragedy. The body will be sent to Hayward and the funeral will take place at the norwegian lutheran Church in that Village Friday afternoon at 2 of clock. Rev. Ellert on will officiate. Mare killed Harris Faribault was hired by j. In Kaul livery Baru proprietor at Faribault to trim a mares Tail on May 4. 1920. Dur ing the process of the trimming liar Ria got mad. He grabbed Blacksnake and started beating the Mare. She retaliated by kicking. A Hoof War planted in Harris stomach. He died his widow Kila Harris sued or. Kau to recover the amount allowed Foi 1,065,467.72 death under the state workmen a com presented the honoured couple a purse of Money in behalf of All present. Those present were or. And Ole Peterson and family or. And Andrew fryde Hind and family of Hayward or. And . Harry Morley of Hayward c. A. Olson Albert Lea. Or. And . A. C. Erickson and Lam ily . Kielmeyer or. And . Al Anderson or. And . . Knutson and family miss Nina Olson o. J. O Ion Peter Olson h. P. Olstad or. My . Thykeson and family or. And . Howard Coffman or. My . Oscar Staruh or. And i Jou is Mickelson and family mr., and . Magnus Jarson and family Allol Albert Lea and j. Ilberg and children of Oakland Calif or and . Otto m. Peterson of Albert Lea township and or and . Volney Turbett of Gordonsville. To 60 cents for adults and from cents to 30 cents Tor Fin the West hotel Minneapolis. Minnesota Raies Down now quoting rooms at $1.50 to $2 of Baths it $2.00 to $5-00 Bath moderate priced cafe in connection. Left for Okoboji or. And i Charles Brand in George and Miau Gusta Brundin left sunday for a two week Outing at Lak Okoboji. Had Good local c. Ltd a i members tog Thor with th1 boys Ai Owatonna and Mankato ii id a picnic saturday at dear la what 1 to Ball game was Between Albert la a and Mankato. Ai Hie end of Hie game the score mood nine to Quot in fax or at Albert Lea. L. It it. Isa Ekson was in the Box for Albert Lea and is said to have had til a a Kato boys whipping i air nearly All the time. The attend Ane at the picnic was not As Large As ant impaled the it at keeping Manx from making the Long Dusty trip. N a bargains in Minnesota lands l Ine improved half Section 7 Miles North of Beardsley in traverse county Good buildings silo gently rolling Well drained Black Loam Lay subsoil All under cultivation unusually easy terms $135 per Ai re. Also have a Choice highly improved Quarter 3 Miles s int ii of Browns Valley new buildings All fenced school House on farm on state Highway a snap at $150 an acre very easy terms. Write or see owner o. H. Koetke Walters Minnesota. 424,225.31 lice and profit never in the same Coop lice Are the greatest enemy of poultry. They Are the direct cause of most poultry diseases. A Lousy Hen wont Lay. Head lice Kilt millions of Chicks each year. Get a tube of Stanfield s lice kill x it is easily applied Only takes a second. Use it two or three times a year and your flock will be absolutely free from lice. Costs Only 50 cents for enough for Over 200 applications. Sold on a a Money Back guarantee. For Solo by so til Wright co. Totals $10,079,005.96 $11,686,823.93 inheritance taxes show a slight gain of $17,359.88 Over 1920. The largest year s inheritance tax collect of was in 1917, when the total was $2,594,487.64, of which about $1,500,000 was from the James j. Hill estate. Of 1915 the inheritance tax collections�?-$1,142,539.44�?also exceeded those of this year. When the inheritance tax was first instituted in 1906, it netted Only $159,020.37 to the state and in 1908 it dropped to its lowest years total�?$43,454.56. Sensation act claiming her husband was killed during the course of in employment. Today the supreme court held that Healing the Mare was not part of his employment. There Ore the widow gets no compensation. Glenville Man still very sick at county jail i arrested on charge of drunkenness. Is a Patent Medicine fiend. Will be arraigned in court soon. Only big show coming this season a Agiert leu x to i Gay july 18 citation for hearing on final account and for distribution. State of Minnesota county of free born is. In probate court. In the matter of the estate of Caro line Hagen decedent the state of Minnesota to Mabel Christopherson Maurice Hagen min. Nie Hagen Cora m. Hagen Garhard the three largest collections during j q Hak Ltd it Milton r. Hagen Milan Ila Gen Garhard Christopherson Claria l. Christopherson. Otto Christofer the fiscal year 1921 were from the Fol lowing estates Horance e. Thompson St. Paul. $153,534.31 h. N. Peck Minneapolis $42,352.44, and Wellington r. Burt owner of mines in St. Louis county who lived in Saginaw mich., $137,159.65. The increase in Railroad Gross earn Ings taxes is due to the increased rates rather than to increased business. As is the increase in Telephone taxes. The increase in insurance taxes it is said by state officials pro Bably is a result of increased business there having been More insurance especially life written in the past year than usual. On postmaster e. R. Hopperstad a life and son left saturday Over the Jefferson Highway for the Northern part of Minnesota 1 where they will spend a couple weeks camping and fishing at various �p�int8a. A. Christopherson son Gil a c. Erlingson and All per sons interested in the final account and distribution of the estate of said decedent the representative of the above named decedent having filed in this court his final account of the administration of the estate of said decedent together with his petition praying for the adjustment and a1 Lowance of said final account and of distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled therefore you and each of you Are hereby cited and required to show cause if any you have before this court at the probate court rooms in a he court House in the City of Albert Lea in the county of Freeborn. State of Minnesota on the 25 the Day of j us1921, at to of clock a. Rn., Why said petition should not be granted. Witness the judge of said court and the Seal of said court this 23rd Day of june 1921. Seal a w. Johnson 26-3w judge of probate. Saturday night sheriff Fosse and Deputy Jensen received a hurry up Call to come to Glenville. They made the trip via the Ford and upon arrival at the Village were directed to the . Beckel Home where her son was found deathly sick resulting from the drinking of Patent Medicine. Young Beckel was brought to Albert Lea and Pla of in the county jail and a physician was called. At first the local doctor did not have much Hopes of the patients recovery but after some strenuous treatment and applications Beckel rallied some a that. Tuesday morning he was still very ill but it is now believed that he will recover. As soon As he is Able he will be arraigned in Justice court on the charge of drunkenness. It is said that Young Beckel has been drinking Moonshine Patent Medicine and other rot gut so Long that he has completely poisoned his whole system until he is delirious most of the time. Later. Beckel was arraigned in Blat Kin i s court this att noon at two thirty of clock. He gave his name As William Beckel. The judge gave him a sen Fence of ninety Days in the county jail the first three on bread and water but the sentence was suspended providing Beckel would let Patent Medicine my other intoxicating liquids alone la he is caught drunk he will be thrown into jail immediately and will be made to serve the full time of his sen tence. Hot enough a according to reports coming in from jury part of the City sunday was the most oppressive Day of the Long hot spell. It Xmas too hoi to ride too hot to walk too hot to sleep too hot to sit too hot to stand. In fact it was too hot to live and breathe. The Only salvation to the human race is that the nights up to sunday night have been fairly Cool allowing both Man and beast to recuperate. But sunday night this coolness did not come so people spent a restless night and got up monday morning tired and worn. Ca a a co cd cd Ca a co end a a a o is cd in gae Ca. 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