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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 26, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Wednesday october 19, 1921. The times Enterprise Albert Lea Minn. Ii save your eyes can to afford it Many people postpone the wearing of glasses on account of the real or fancied Strain on their pocketbook. You possess nothing of greater value than your sight so Safe guard it at any Cost. And the Cost will be Small compared with the efficiency and Good eyesight gained. Albert myer company second floor Home inv. Bldg. Phone 868-j1 a integrity service satisfaction Premium awards a a pertinent pointers for practical Farmers prepared by the agricultural department woj very iry of Minnesota of 1921 Freeborn county fair held by the Freeborn county agricultural association u class no. 73.�?grains. A Lea $.50 3id Pearl Hove Hayward. Full peeks must be shown. Grains $.25. N i a f we a k own Dur no 1921 will have a prefer bread ii a. Graham�?1st mrs. C o. A. B get a. Lea $.50. M. B. Lodge at Rree bom with no ? Over those grown in 1920, j h. Thomassen a. Lea $1 2nd mrs. P. Conserve other than above mention neighbors and friends Husk , Marquis 1 1st Val o. Styve a. Lea $.50 3rd mrs. Mort ed�?1st mrs. N. J. Whitney a. Lea while we say Pace not j p. Smith a. j 50. Preserves other than above mention �?1st mrs. W. H. Horning a Lea f 50 2nd mrs. W s. Jones a Lea $ 25. Conserves. Mrs n. J. Whitney a Lea $50 2nd mrs. J. I Smth a. Lea $25. Conserve pineapple 1 Glass 1st mrs. J. P. Smith a Lea $ 50. Conserve rhubarb 1 Glass 1st mrs. Lamb is wholesome and highly digestible meat Minnesota ideally placed for sheep production improve farms by destroying noxious weeds. Prepared by Urha of pub rations University farm St. Paul a great Deal of campaigning has i been done to increase the consumption i of Lamb. The National Wool growers a association of Salt Lake City has been prominent in this work having issued i an attractive bulletin entitled a whetting Lucie Barnes appetite for Lamb packers have put on Quot Lamb demonstrations at their Branch houses and at car route towns one that was of great interest was held at Duluth a year or so ago. It was carried on for an entire week and a Rem Krable increase in the use of Lamb was noted. Meat i. Fly digestible. Lamb is a wholesome min Rita ush Gnu do it found Oil even it. To k. It is v re is for fonts in the form 4 Mauriac is. 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 v 4 4 4 v 4 4 a a Wipplinger Zeibell. A very pretty wedding took plan last wednesday afternoon at of clock at the g. L Church at Kie Tei when Bertha Wipplinger daughter o. Or. And mrs. Conrad Tippung i by came the wife of Ervin a Cieben of St Paul. The Bride was dressed in j Dainty White crepe de Chine Dies and White slippers Anu woe a i with pearls and carried a bouquet o carnations. She was attended by the grooms sister Olga and was dressed ii a Pale Pink Georgette dress. The Groom wore a suit of Blue and then As Wipplinger brother of the Bride acted As Best Man. Rev. Eirner be formed the ceremony. After the we 1 d no a reception was Given at the brides Home. A big supper was sen de about 5 of clock to Over two to in died people. After supper a Bow it dance was Given and Alden orchestra furnished the music. The Yome couple will soon leave for their be Home which the Groom had built the summer at St Paul. Or. Zeibell i engaged in a truck Garden business there. All extend Best wishes. J food and table at let once highly digestible and and for the a reason valid and conv Alesce of Brotsi. Lamb is healthful As fewer i animals Are condemned by government inspectors than any other class of animals. Lamb contains los. Water and More far with an equal amount of i digestible protein than beef. It adds variety to the meat diet. The Tut Are not so Large making very desirable roasts. Best of All the Price is reasonable. Many people have condemned Mutton and la my for having a woolly or Bueky flavor. With modern methods of Slaughter and Correct handling this is no longer True. One can overcome this by patronizing butchers or meat dealers who Curry a clean Stock and sell Lamb for Lamb. Much can be Dot e by the housewife in improving the flavor say food and cookery specialists of the Minn Ota College of agriculture by removing the thin outer skin commonly known to the meat Trade As Quot fell a or having her dealer do it for her. Minnesota is ideally placed for sheep production according to Philip a. Anderson of the division of animal Industry fivers Ltd of Minnesota. A Small flocks Well Hus banded a be says a Are More sure jul than Large flocks poorly cared for to of five to 50 ewes can he cared for nicely on most farms North of the twin cities. The farms where sheep Are kept Are More free from noxious weeds. Housing not problem. A the labor necessary to care for a Small flock is neg Lible during most of the year the lambing season generally coming when the farm work is not so or my g fencing has been one of the draw Back s. The Cost being the first consideration but a very Good Fence May be constructed of three foot %vuv1 n wire w Fth two or three barbed wires a top. The housing necessary for prot rectum need not be expensive. Single Hoard Walls Wiki a Good roof is All that is needed As sheep need not to protected from the cold but from the Snow wind. A it was clearly demonstrated the past summer that had it not been for the native lambs obtained the Lamb Market at Seulah it. Paul would not have amounted to much As few Western lambs arrived. This fart and the rather steady prices obtained should encourage the Minnesota Farmer to produce More last lambs can be produced cheaply under prevailing feed prices and Dould be an attractive Farmer. Unz. A Lea $1 2nd w. F. Grube. Claybourn a. Lea $.25. And crib Corn for afflicted Glenville $ 50. Bread h. M. Rye�?1st mrs. B. P. Oats Early 1 1st w. J. Grube Welland a. Lea $1. Glenville $1 and Val. Lenz. A. Lea h. M. Ginger bread�?2nd mrs. F. O. $ 50 3rd Harper Christensen a. Lea Philbrook a. Lea $.25. $.25. Oats late 1 1st Val Lenz. A mrs. P. O. Styve a. Lea $.50. Lea $1 2nd a. Len a a. Lea $.50 3rd spec a a per Christensen a. Lea $.25. $50 2nd mrs. J. P. Smith. A. Urn $ 25. It p. A Grade Cheviot lambs on Alfalfa pasture. Loomis Fitzgerald. Father Macveigh read the nut a mass at St. Aident a Church wedge Day morning. Oct. 12th that unite miss Eleanor Fitzgerald daughter o or. And mrs. Jas. A. Fitzgerald an Joseph Loomis son of or. And mrs Jolin Loomis Foxholm n. I. The Bride wore a gown of brow n or tin with Over drape of embroidered be and Brown velvet Bat. To mat he. So carried a bouquet of Cream roses with a Shower of White Sweet peas. The attendants were m As Cecilia Harty miss May Fitzgerald Phillip Loomis and Richard Fitzgerald. That bridesmaids were attired in Blue silk with Black hats and carried bouquet of White and Pink carnal on. Lith miss Laurene Farry Cousin Otth Bride acted As Flower girl. She wat dressed in White crepe de Chine. As the bridal party proceeded to flu altar miss Rose Whalen played the bridal chorus and during the Cert Ronny she Sang appropriate hymns the cd Freh was beautifully decorated with yellow chrysanthemums slut carnations and foliage. About fifty guests were entertained at a four course luncheon at lae brides Home yellow it Hrysanthi mums formed the table Centrepiece. S Many Beautiful and useful gift were received including a Check for $500 from an Uncle of the Groom also two $50 Liberty Bonds from not Iii Uncle. Or. And mrs. Loomis left by amid a Shower of Rice Lor a trip Northern Minnesota and Canada turning through the Dakotas. The guests from away were or. And mrs. John xxx miss Phillip Loomis o Foxholm n. I mrs. Mary Sheehan John Sheehan of Minneapolis and or and mrs. E. M. Sheehan Edward Shee ban and Myrtle Foley of Montevideo Minn. Co operative creameries a hogging off Corn tests joining association conducted at u. Farm car in re prepared by office of publications University farm. Tit. Paul two Hundred co operative creameries of the state or about one third of the total number have already taken membership in the now Minnesota co operative creameries association inc., according to a j. Mcguire who is on a six months leave of absence from his Post with the agricultural Extension division of the University to place the new co operative organization on its feet. A the association has sufficient membership now to begin operations a says or. Mcguire a but it is being organized and built to serve Uff the creameries and All will be Given an Opportunity to join before launching into business. A the directors will meet october 11 to make plans for organizing the different districts. District no. 2, consisting of Chis ago Isanti l Ine. Mill lacs and Kanaba counties has had sufficient membership for Soma time to begin work. The state has been divided into 15 districts each of which will have its local organization to look after local the association has been organize to make and save Money for the dairymen of the state. The first step under taken will be for shipments of butt a or other Dairy products in car lots or. Mcguire says the saving alone on freight Bills by shipping in car lots will practically pay the entire operating expenses of the association. Cattle do Best in dry comfortable barns and proper ventilation Light and shelter will make More different in the production of herds than an other feature except feed. Barns a it j quire for Winter use should be put in repair now. Tanka fed to All the pigs to sup wives went noon a. Lenhardy and e. King of Alden carriers on routes one and two. Be t for Fairmont to attend the r. F. D. Convention. They did not ask thei wives to Accra pan them but Thev w ent Art v Way. They interviewed verge Kern son. Postmaster and he volunteered to tak a them to fair Mont. It is said that next time these carriers Are going to ask their wives. To attend . A. I. Rothschild of this Eirv left monday evening for Chicago where she will attend the funeral of her brother John Livingston who passed a was sunday or Orang after a Long illness. Or. Livingston leaves a son and daughter to mourn his loss. He win be buried at Chicago. Mrs. Roth child will be absent from the City for 0 week or ten Days. Generally the fellow who does not we ant to see the county agent is the one who never has seen him. Walking 5,000 Miles carrying water. In carrying water from the Well to her Home a farm wife of Ohio trudged 5.710 Miles in 50 years say Rural Engi neers of the Ohio state University. For a full halt Century this farm wide had been making an average of six trips a Day sometimes lugging a bucket of water weighing 30 pounds and some times two buckets. The engineers found that by laying $18 Worth of Lead pipe and moving the old pump up from the Well to within the Kitchen running water could be supplied the farm Home and the lot of this particular farm women materially lightened. Run Ning water could be provided thou Sands of Minnesota farm Homes with comparatively Little expense. There is still time to deliver telling blows against the Grasshopper pest according to the entomologists at i diversify farm. Land which is know r to be the abiding place of the a Hopper eggs should be slowed and risked be fore the ground freezes. Treated in this manner myriads of the eggs Wilbo destroyed. Samantha says when the children have Good manners you can be sure that the Mother is More than a House keeper she a a homemaker. Roots of the common Barberry should be dug up before the ground freezes. Otherwise they will sprout again next Spring when As Likely a not farm work will be too heavy to permit of digging them. Where the cow is there is Arcadia so far As her influence prevails there is Contentment humility and Sweet homely life. John Burroughs. Aunt Adas axioms someone hat said that a farm is a business with i Home attached but the Best farms Are Homes with a business attached. Returned to m Charles bather returned to her Home in Minneapolis after a weeks visit in this City. Here is the kind of Community spirit Worth while. Last Friday members of the m. B Lodge of f be born Village together with a of and friends to the Masse Peterson farm took Possession of the place then marched into the Field husked All the Corn and cribbed it. It will be remembered that or. Peterson while operating a Corn shredder a Short time ago had the misfortune to get his Arm into the machine. The member was so badly mangled that physicians were obliged to amputate. Some time this week the same Lodge with the same Bunch of Good Fellows will go to the Thor. Vald Olson farm in that Section of the county where they will take his Corn Field by storm. Af-4 ter the Corn is husked and cribbed a gang with plows and horse Are going to do the fall blowing. A few weeks Back Torvid while Riding a plow fell from the seat causing injuries that have kept him at the Hospital at Man Kato for some time. He is still unable to do work. Mortgage foreclosure Sale. Default having been made in the. A a. 4.4 Gondi tons of a certain mortgage raised biscuit 6 h. M. Yeast -1st duly executed by Melvin Gilbertson and Margit Gilbertson his wife to first National Bank of Alden a Cor i Mills of a. Lea offers a 49-lb. Sack l�?T0 Adon under the Laws of the Barley 1 Val i eng a. Lea Albert Lea flour for the Best Loal of United states bearing Date the 4th <1. Ii a a t 4i Dav of october 1919, and with a pow bread made from a. I a flour and a a flax 1 w. F. Grube Glen 2f vile. Sack Tor second Best loaf recorded in the office of the Register 0 a 01st. Anna Lestal a. Lea 2nd mrs. A of deeds in and for the county of display grains irom one farm not Dobberstein a. Lea. Freeborn and state of Minnesota on less than 4 varieties 1 pm of each cake the 6th Day of october 1919, at 4 10 151 Val i Quot a Quot j ? a a a a vow a a ?-.s.s?51 of Mort Mills of Albert Lea offer additional cake la it. Ansel list mrs. N. J. Ewi ietto cd Felt pay Abl at prizes for first Premium samples of Whitney a Lea $50 2nd mrs. Lester Date of this notice the sum of then wheat As follows Best pm. Marquis Horning a. Lea $.25. To one Hundred ninety seven and wheat 98 la. Sack Albert Lea flour cake h. M. Marble�?2nd Mamie 35-100 $2197.35 dollars and 1st Val Lenz a Lea. Larson Clarks Grove $.25. Whereas the said Power of Sale class no. 74.�?seeds. Cake it m. Laver and variety�?1st Bas become operative and no action v i ii. Ii c i a. Ltd a tit a. Or proceedings having been Institute 1 in oui 1 pm. It Horn y Schnei Are. Ii. Honi Assen. A. Loa a 0,,i3e t0 Rover Der Alden it it and Mamie i asks Jioe $0.j debt secured by said mortgage or Beans. White . 1 1st j. P Case h m. Nut loaf�?2nd Mamie any part thereof. 1 pm. Smith a. I a $.50 2nd mrs. Val Lenz Larson Clarks Grove $.25. A. Lea $.25. Beans other than n Ivy or kidney 1 pm. 1st j. P Smith a. Lea <>.50. Class no. 75. Vegetables Market gardeners barred from this class Beans Green podded a 1st s. S. Stock we i a. Lea $.50 2nd mrs. W s tons a Lea $ 25. B ans. Lima us it a. 2nd mrs. A. J Olson a Lea $.25. Beets table 1 pm. 1st l. C. Rosen Berg Glenville $ 50 2nd mrs. W. S Jon a. A. Lea $.25. Beets Stock 1 pk�?1st Johanna Christensen Lake drive $.5u 2nd mrs. A. S. Jones a. Lea $.25. Cabbage. 3 Heads White -1st Oscar Sanderson. Sunset ave $1. Pies. Pies h. M. Apple�?1st mrs. Billings a. Lea $.50. Doughnuts. A. Now therefore notice is hereby Given that by virtue of the Power of q j Sale contained in said mortgage and pursuant to the statute in such Case made and provided the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a Sale of doughnuts 6 h. M.�?1st mrs. Roy the premises described in and con Nelsen a. Lea $50 2nd mrs. A. J. Eyed by said mortgage lying and Meuser a. Lea $ 25. Being in said county of Freeborn and state of Minnesota to wit the South one half a of it the Northwest Quarter nw4 Candy. Candy ii. M. Chocolate fudge�?1st mrs. R. G. Stevenson a. Lea $.5u 2nd mrs. O. A. Boe a. Lea $.2a Candy h. M. Divinity�?1st mrs. a. Boe a Lea $.50 2nd Catherine a Onahue a. Lea $25. Cucumbers pickling v4 2nd r0y Nelson a. Lea $.50 2nd mrs. H. Of Section number seven 7 township one Hundred three 103 Range number Twenty two 22with the Hereditaments and App urte. ,. Dances which Sale will be made by Andy others than above mention the sheriff a of 8aid for Edom county.  1st hit Hanson a. Lea $50 2nd a tie West front door of the court $-35. House in the City of Albert i a in cookies he county of Freeborn and state of cookies 6 h. M. White list mrs Innes Ota �?on.,.monday ue.7t.h i Jimj North Star state Guernsey breeders arc awarded first prize at Dairy show. Wisconsin second with Iowa third. By associated press la aniline Minn., oct. 14.�?minneso-a Guernsey breeders were awarded first prize in stale Herd Competition or that Breed of cattle at the. Nation at Dairy show Here today. The prize one units to $500. Wisconsin was second Iowa third Illinois fourth Maryland fifth and Michigan sixth. For a Breed to Jain Entrance in state Herd Competition at least five states must enter herds each of which must be composed of ten Ani als. With no More than two to be j suet a. Lea $50. Entered by any one breeder. 1 potatoes Pink Early 1 pm november 1921, at ten of clock in the mrs. Val . A. Lea $.25. I \ Hoyne \ i t "5 Forenoon of said Date at Public in. Ynell it a due to the highest bidder for Cash to m 1 i a t cookies 6 ii. M. Ginger�?1st Mamie pay the said debt of Twenty one. L s a. J. 1 on a. Lea $.o0. Larson Clarks strove $50 2nd mis Hundred ninety seven and 35-100 a a Plant 3 specimens -1st Geo. C p o. Styve a. Lea $.25. T$2197.35 dollars and interest and Tel an i v $50. Cookies. 6 h. M. Fru t.�?1st mrs. 13 if any on said premises and Melon wat a 2 specimens�?1st p Welland \ la a $50 and Mamie fifty 150.00 dollars attorneys fee n car Sanderson. A. Lea $.50. Larson. Clarks Grove $.25. A a a is st1pulatpd and by said Mort Melon Musk 3 spec mensa cookies 6 ii m rocks is mrs m Case of foreclosure and the n for Ltd Vinic 1 \ i a Cut nov is la w1s disbursements allowed by Law sub 1 a a is a Whitney a Lea $.50 2nd mrs. Pct to redemption at any time with Nior a red. 1 pk�?1st ibo Feor Bros j Albert Jones a. Lea $.25.in one year from Date of Sale As pro Gori Honsvi e $50. Cookies other than above men video by Law. Onions White 1 list mrs. Vai ?ioned�?1st Marne Larson Clarks dated september 15th, 1921. Lenz a Lea $.50. Grove $50 2nd mrs. E. R. Larson a. Onions pickling. 1 qt.2nd mrs Lea $25. Val let no a. Lea $ 2f Onimus top stats to iat mrs Val a no a. Lea $.50 2nd a i s. A d vibe a St in a Tea $ 25. Parsnips 1 1st Oscar Sander on a. $.50. I Topper hot he pk�?1st of car san Derson City $.50. Canned fruit. Apples canned 1 pt.�?1st mrs. A Boe a. Ivea $50 2nd mrs. A. By Lings a Lea $ 25. Apples canned crabs�?1st j. Smith a. Lea $ 50 2nd mrs. O. Boe a. Lea $ 25. O. G first National Bank of Alden mortgagee. T. O. Peterson att Prev for mortgagee Albert Lea Minn. 39-6r p. A. Mortgage Sale. Notice is hereby Given that a mortgage made by c. B. Bell and Nellie Bell his wife mortgagors to to it Nanof. A it a a apricots canned 1 pt.�?1st mrs. E. First National Bank of Blooming 1 or arson a. Lea $.50 2nd mrs. J. P. Prairie a corporation under the Laws Smith a. Lea $.25. Of the United states mortgagee Dat list j. B ack berries canned 1 pt.�?1st mrs. I de March 17th, 1920, and filed for ree prepared by office of publications University farm. St. Paul to determine More explicitly the a1 Vantage of a hogging off Corn and the saving to be made by this practice Swine Section men of the animal husbandry division of the University of Minnesota Are carrying on a 30-Day Experiment. Forty pigs weighing about 140 pourits on the average have been divided into three lots. Husked Corn is Ted to the first lot in the usual Way the second lot is left to Husk its own Corn from an acre of ground while the third has the run of an at re of Corn and rape grown together. Wisconsin took first Honor in the a Nelson a Lea $1 2nd mrs h. P Chas. Lenz a Lea $50 2nd mrs w Ord in the of the Register of Holstein judging with Minnesota Ribon a. Lea to. S Jones a Lea 25 i it a eds of Freeborn county on the Ontario third Iowa fourth. I Ottoe. We Ltd a. Tali 1 Vav. Currants canned Quot let list i j 26th Day of april 1920. At five o clock. A 1,. A a a f Grube i Viup n o. ,. No m and was dul it a recorded in Book la i uth kit. Smith a. Lea $50. �?o51�?� of for frae is on new 18ft and element the regular feel. The prospective yield on the plots was deter mined approximately by husking and weighing out the torn from a Given number of rows. A material saving will be made in the labor Bill if the pigs by husking their own Corn Cun put of As much flesh As those fed by hand. The four Breeds. Duroe Jersey Poland China Chester White and Hampshire Are represented almost equally in the Experiment. Announcement has not yet been made of results in the Jersey class. In the class l took first prize with Wood county Wisconsin second. All judging was concluded today. Wayne loses his Nash car pumpkin old fashioned. 51�?� of mortgages on Page 180 and yellow cherries not pitted 1 pt�?1st mrs. Said mortgage was also duly filed for it k specie u i t Johanna Chris j. P. Smith a. Lea $.50 2nfr mrs. A record in the office of the Register of a Alf dub contest Guernsey Tensen e a it a $50 2nd Vinoa Laton j. Odeon a. Lea $.25. Deeds of Steele county. Minn., on Crosse county Wisconsin. A. Lea $ 25 gooseberries canned 1 it 1st mrs the Day of March 1920, at two pumpkins Small pie 3 specimens j. P Smith \ Lea $50�?� and mrs f Ocock p a and was duly recorded 1st mrs. A. J. Olson a. Lea $.50 2nd r i arson v i a % �?�5 a in Book "49�?� of mortgages on mrs Vallner \ s Etc a to it age 580. Said mortgage will rhubarb n Hunt a. Kevn r vial Ai Vej canned 1 it 1st mrs. Ole be foreclosed by the Sale of a. F a a 1 Poe a Lea $.50 2nd mrs. L. P. The premises described therein Forin. I j and mrs. 11. A. Wedge a. Lea $.25. A default in the payment of the sum of Lloyn a. Lea $.25. Ground cherries canned 1 pt.�?1st four thousand four Hundred fifty five Squash summer 3 specimens�?1st mrs. W. S. Jones a. Lea $.50 2nd $4,455.00 dollars which sum and Vernon Larson a. Lea $.50. Mrs. A Dobberstein \ i a $ �?�5 amount is claimed and declared to Squash autumn or Winter Green rhubarb canned 1 it. With sugar due t1h reon at the Dat of this not it Hubbard 2 spec. 1st mrs Val Lenz. List mrs h \ Ioyne a la a s50 a and 1� re Over which no \ i. $50 in a w v i. N it. A 1or proceeding has been instituted at a. La a $.50, and 1. Gibe Glen 2nd mrs. J. P. Smith a. Lea $.25 Law or otherwise. A a a a pineapple canned 1 in.�?1st mrs. The premises described in and by Squash autumn or Winter other a Arthur Nelson a. Lea $50 2nd mrs. Said mortgage and so to be sold Are piety a spec. 1st w. F. Grube Glen j. P. Smith a. Lea $ 25, situated in the counties of Freeborn Ville $50 2nd Geo. C Mcmillan City $ 25. I Levi if Alden taken from garage at during sunday night. Fosse and insurance co. Notified of theft. Squash latest. Hilt Bard on exhibit Philbrook a. Lea $.25. Y peaches canned 1 it. 1st mrs. Ii and Steele in the state of Minnesota a. Hoyne a Lea 50 2nd mrs. F. O. And described As follows to wit for tin second tin the new Nasli car belonging to Wayne Lias been stolen. The Hall Waym garage was broken into last sunday Niolu and the car stolen. Entrance was made by Knoek no in one of the rear w windows of the building. Lawrence has notified his Suranee company and also sheriff the undivided two fifteenth sheriff a a. 1m i. V it a a. ,. 1 a. l2. A a a a Tomato. Red pm 1 t Oscar san Peterson Claras Grove $.50 2nd mrs. 3 and the East five 5 Fer of in Derson a. Lea a 2nd Gwen Mcclo a j. P. Smith a. Leu $.25. Tour 4> in Block thirteen 13 in sky no. A. Lea $.50. Home grown plums canned 1 die Village of Blooming Prairie special. 1st mrs. J. P Smith a. Lea $.50 2nd count it a of Steele and the state Afore Harry e Ruble offers Cash pie mrs. N. J. Whitney a. Lea $.25.�?T id the 80111,1 Hali tvs of the Ini nuni of $5.00 the exhibitor win imported plums canned. 1 pt�?1st it., to. _. 1 a a. Lon fifteen 15the Northeast Quad 4 Obs to be on to Lookout for the car. Nine the largest aggregate amount of mrs. H. A Hoyne a. Lea $.50 2nd ter <ne�4 of the Southeast Quad Premium under books numbers 595 to mrs. R u. Thompson a. .25. Ter. Section fifteen 15the South 645 inc naive determined when raspberries Black canned 1 pts half Slot of the Southwest Quarter checks Are made Oscar Sanderson. Is mrs. W. S. Jones a. Lea $.50 2nd Section fourteen 14and the North display of vegetables in Farmer or mrs. J. P. Smith a. Lea $.25. La a of Northeast Quarter Arian or with special reference to tie raspberries red canned 1 pt.�?1st nel4 it Section Twenty two 22beauty and attractiveness of exhibit mrs. W. S. Jones a. Lea $.50 2nd mrs. J p. Smith a Lea $.25. Strawberries canned l it. All towns have been notified it by air Stu Ogeil in Frame 3x4 feet 1st Geo. C. Mcmillan City. It. Was Only a Short time a Oulian class no. 76�?Market grow tin car was stolen from the same ers and professional Gard tall in the Gurnee. It was found a few Eners. Days later near Geneva where it had been abandoned after the had broken a Cylinder a mrs. A. Dobberstien a. Lea $.50. A in township one Hundred four 104 Ranee Nineteen 19 West. County of Freeborn and state of min is Negosta. Said Sale will be made by the sheriff of Freeborn county Minn., at the North front door of the t. A 1s�?~ court House in the City of Albert Best Dunlav of a Rinmo a a Raspberry 1 glass�?1st Loa in the county of Freeborn and a. S. Jones a. Lea $.50 2nd state of Minnesota on saturday the 19th Day of november 1921, at eleven ss�?1st of clock in the Forenoon of said Day a a a a a a i mrs. U. A. Jones a. Lea $.50 a guilty ones of not less than 2 of each kind. Not >j1s j a it a. Lea $25 mad. A Ess than 12 varieties 1st Fred a Jam Black Raspberry l Glass a. Tv., i i i _. To few Days later after Tjie car was Ben a Lea $25 2nd Harry Ruble a. A mrs it a s. Jones a. Lea $.50 2nd t0 i a die amount due on said Mort nut pack into the garage at Alden in Lea $15 3rd Hansen bros., a. Lea a j a it a ninth a. Lea $25 rage together with the sum of seven trance was gained and attempt to $10 4th Fred Hill a Lea $5. the car made. Quot at that time the starter was undergo no some repair a says Lawrence a and he started. Or Wayne then stayed at the garage for two weeks hoping that party would make a third attempt a i had just Given up the watch a says Lawrence a when the garage was entered sunday premiums. 1st itasca�?$125 00. 2nd be. Pickerel Lake $100.00. 3rd�?f Nebo n�?$.75. 4th�? mansfield�?1l$ 50. 5t.il moscow�?��?$25 00. 6th a Dot n�?$25 00. Banana muck Melon 1st Oscar Jam Gooseberry 1 Glass list mrs 175 dollars stipulated in sold r a no t mortgage As attorneys fees besides j. I it Bmith a. Lea 50. He Cosu aug Elsbur cements of thl Jam strawberry�?1st mrs. A. Dob aaj0 night and the Ca it Sanderson. A. Lea $50 2nd n. C. M Nelson is \. Lea $25 con Berstien a. Lea $.50 2nd mrs. J. P. Smith a Lea $.25. Preserves. Preserves Citron. 1 giass�?1st mrs. J. P. Smith a. Lea $.50. Preserves ground Cherry 1 Glass 2nd mrs. A c. Erickson. A. Lea $.25. Preserves Plum 1 glass�?1st mrs. J. P. Smith a. Lea $50 2nd is. A c e Dickson a. Lea $ 25. Preserves tomato�?1st mrs. J p dated sent. 14th. 1921. First National Bank of Blooming Prairie. Mortgagee. Alt a p Norton. Attorney for mortgagee Blooming Prairie. Minn 40-6w Back . Frank Thompson returned Nome saturday evening after a three weeks visit in North a Kola. She visited an Uncle and aunt at Mandan and Brothers at go live. Or. A one says that two new Buick Winter wheat�?1st Charles cars one on Ach Side of his Nash be. A Ion $50 2nd $25. Car were St in liar in the Garan both citron�?1st Vernon Larsen a. Lea were All ready to go. A Why they were 50 not taken is a mystery sat Smi. Display Soudan grass�?1st Joayne. Hannh Christensen a. Lea $ 50. Up to noon today no clue which might Lead to the arrest and convict class no. 60, bread Tion of the guilty person or persons bread h. M. White 1st Anna Les a e an ,. A a had been found. I a card of thanks. We t�?Tk1 this Means to thank our next Bors and friends who so kindly assisted us after the sudden death of Smith a. Lea $50 2nd mrs. F. O of he Send and father a Fnelson Philbrook a. Lea e 25. We Especial to w so to thank Skinner Speed currants 1 glass�?1st mrs. Chamberlain amp co. For assistance j. P. Smith. A. Lea $50 2nd mrs. B those who took part at the funeral and those who sent Flower. Lea $1 2nd mrs. A Doberstein spiced Gooseberry 1 glass�?1st mrs. A. F Neuron and a mlle

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