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Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - June 17, 1896, Albert Lea, MinnesotaALBERT LEA MINN. WEDNESDAY JUNE 17, 18%. BY H.G. DAY. CARLYLE H. DAY, Associate. SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 3U00 70 Entkbiu al the Postoffice in Albert Lea as seo-ndclass mail matter. ninnesota Democrats Divided. The outcome of the democratic state convention last week was a decided surprise, Both the silver and gold men were confident of winning, but the latter under the leadership of Michael Doran captured the convention by about 125 majority and adopted a gold platform. But it was against the bitter protests of the silver leaders, some of the most prominent and brilliant men of the party, and the latter in their speeches boldly charged that Doran’s majority in the convention was composed of postmasters and other federal officeholders and of scores of delegates who had been furnished free railroad passes by certain corporations. Col. Harris, a free silver leader of Duluth, made one of the most vehement speech-£ against the gold men. Ile said their course was an affront to the people who were trying to free themselves from the despotism of Wall street. “Chicago.” said he, “will be a scene of a glorious uprising of the people, and a gallant man, Horace Boies, of Iowa will be the leader, lf you force a gold platform on us here you may as well telegraph your congratulations to McKinley, but when you get to Chicago I tell you gold men you will have to take your medicine.” After the platform was adopted the silver men rallied, and by hard fighting succeeded in electing eight or ten of tile eighteen delegates, and defeated the adoption of the unit rule. Thus Minnesota sends to the democratic national convention the only divided and uninstructed delegation, something rarely known in democratic politics. The gubernatorial prospects of Jehu L. Gibbs are improving, this is plain to be seen, and he is developing strength in unlooked-for quarters. II is friends here are earnestly at work ami are making notable progress in outside counties. The Standard has little choice among the republican candidates, except that it believes Clough is the easiest to beat, but it believes Mr. Gibbs’following is more truly representative of the masses of Hie party and the best element of the party than any of the others, and therefore it enjoys seeing him make it lively for the machine. The politicians that emigre- gate at St. I'an I to receive orders from Popular Want CollinM the Merriam-Clough-Jim. Hill combine I    r speak of Mr. Gibbs candidacy with considerable ridicule if not contempt, but knowing somewhat of the men and iniluences that are pushing his candi- ...    * I    aiirrvriao    I    I    OST—IRON SCREW TUI* OF STANDARD dacy, we predict a good-sized sui prise    oil    wagon. Real Estate Transfers. Louisa Earl to Norman K Earl, u SO a, s IOO a tov1 j, we 34. Moscow................J I) W Dwyer lo Helen Blackfin, sw*4. sec 2 Albeit I/ia................................ Lewis J Howard to W ll Twiford, lots 4 to 15, bl lot. ami lots I to IS, bl lot, and lots I It* 18, Id 1U5, and bds I lo bl iud. (jeu- Jus W Howard to VV ll Twiford. lots I to 15. bi KB, and lots I to 18, Hi lot, aiel lots I to 18, bl 105, aud lots I to JI), bl IOU, Geneva ................................ Mary Zvh-t to Prank Ziclm, nw1^. seen. Oakland.................................. C N Ruble to T ll Spoon, lot 12, bl 3. Ruble & Blv mer’s Add to Albert Lea........... Peter lh mmingson to ll P M Rasmussen, lot 4, bi I, Alden.......................... Jtro J 11 ems! int to Ole B Wangen, pl 11W4 sw'4. sec 5, < (akland..................... Lewis Petersou to Peter O Peterson, v» Y% sel4 and e^swj/*, sec ll. Hartland...... 70 200 IOO 1500 moo IMO Five Cents per Line Each Insertion. Nothing It** than Fifteen Cent*. LOMT. is iu store for the combine when the noses are counted in the convention. Av I p W. M. JONES. w bert Lea. ANTED work, \\ W The monopoly organs have been desperately proclaiming that the people’s party is dead; that the “craze is dying out.” And at the same time they taunt its leaders with being ranters, fanatics and of being chiefly effective in making a noise. Yet the people’s party is the only party that is gaining in voting strength, and the two old parties during the past six months have so monopolized the noise that they are actually becoming scared at its echoes. The people’s party and the free silver forces are simply engaged as yet in husbanding, strengthening and extending their I rpoK s. forces, and after the old party national I P S;i,H conventions they will be heard from as a reform political party never before wTas heard from in the history of nations. WANTA*!*—H KLf. ANTED—APPRENTICE GIRL, AT -Miss Clausen’s dressmaking establishment, over Rosencraus’ harness shop.    22tf W -GIRL KOR GENERAL IIOU.nR at i*resbyterlau parsonage, Al- Order to Show Caline on Fifing: Petition of (jiuarriiaii to .Mortgage Land. yiTATE OF MINNESOTA—-Bounty of Fraoborn- 0 uh. In prol ate court, apodal term, June lull, 1895, in the mutter of the guardianship of Mary Jor-geusen, Tina Jorgensen, Marlin J. Jorgensen aud JI el mer Ii. Jorgen*eti. (iu reading nmt lillnK the petition of Mr?. II. O. Kllicksiuj, guardian of the above named minors, setting fortli the amount of pcraonul estate that has come into her hands, the disposition thereof, and how much remains undisposed of; the amount of debts outstanding against said wards, ae far as tho same can Ihj ascertained; with the charges of Administration; aud the taxes, assessments anti other charges which are An existing lien upon the estate, aud the im prove).tents which are necessary for the preservation of th# estate; and a description of the tracts of land of said wards which it is proposed to mortgage; and pray I cg that license be 1 > lier granted to mortgage the tracts ot laud so described; And it appearing by said petition that the personal estate of said minors is insufficient to pay the debts, with the charges of administration, ami to pay any taxes, assessments, or other charges which are an existing lieu upon said estate, or to pay tor any improvements which are necessary for the preservation of the real estate, or any part thereof; lits therefore ordered, that all persons interested in said estate appear before this court on Thursday, tLe 'it day of July, A. D. 1886,atli) o'clock a. rn., at the probate office in the court house in the city of Albert Lea, in said county, then ami there to show cause (if any there be) why license should not he granted to a«id Mrs. ii. (J. Ellicksou, guardian, to mortgage the said real estate of said wards for the purpose of obtaining funds for the payment ct such debts, charges, taxes, assessments and liens, and tor the making of such nec«*ssHry improvements. And it is further ordered, that this order shall t>e published once in each week, for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the Freeborn County Stani>van, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Albert Lea in said county. Hated at Albert Lea. the lith day of June, A. L>. lK8tl.    By the Court, IL. s.)    HEMAN BLACKMER. June IO— 24    Judge    of    Probate. B RANTED A GOOD GIRL OK WOMAN AT LM line's restaurant, west Clark street. W ANTIC I*. rANTED.—SERVICE OK A THOROUGII-bred Norman IVrclieron stallion to two mares. Write to    S.    A    BEACH, 25w2p    Manchester,    Minn. MherlfT’ff Male. Y virtue of an execution iseued out of the district coart for the tenth judicial district tu and for the county of Freeborn and state of Minnesota, upon a judgment issued aud docketed in said court on the I Uh day of November, A. If. 181*2, m an action wherein M. UoJleufelz is plaintiff aud John Jahuke is defendant, in favor of -ald plaintiff, and against said defendant, for the sum of oue hundred aud titty-one dollar.-* aud sixty eight unto (fld.OH*. I have on the Kith day of June, A. V. Ism;, levied upon ail the right, title aud interest of Hie said defendant, John dahnke, in and to tim following <1*-scribed laud and real estate b.wit: The northeast quarter of section twenty-eight (‘2M), in township oue hundred aud two (102), north of range twenty-three (M) west, lying aud being in Freeborn roan ty, Minnesota. And will sell the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution aud conto, at the west trout distr of the court. house iu the city of Albert Lea. in the county ami state aforesaid, ou Hatiirday, the 1st day of Angust, A. I). IHS**, at ii o'clock a. rn. of that day. Dated June Kith. A D. IMM. W. CJ. MITCHELL, Sheriff of Freeborn Comity, Minnesota. W. E. TODD, Attorney for Plaintiff.    JunelTJi Spot Cash -A_t Thompson’s. FOR Ii1 s1 FOK NALK»»IN('KliLAXKOI *. BX)RSALK—OLD NEWSPAPERS ALL YOU want, at clump rates at the standard office. ALE A FINE GASOLINE ENGINE. faction guaranteed. Adure**** I). J. Curry, 705 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 24 w 2 ''OK SALE 20tf A GOOD IHA ETON. CHAS JORGENSEN. TWO CASS COUNTY BARGAINS. Lafayette French. lf Hie free silver democrats of the first district would prove the faith that is in them, they will join the people’s party and the hosts of other free silver voters and nominate Hon. Lafayette French, of Austin,oraman of like high character, ability and loyal convictions for congress, and he would be elected by twothousand majority. The Standard names Mr. French because it knows of his eminent fitness for the high trust. He possesses the fearlessness and intense earnestness of the true reformer; the conscientiousness and fidelity of the old-time abolitionists; the education and sound judgment requisite in an apostle of the people, and the practical qualities of mind which would make him a representative in congress second to none of this state. I n any event t he people’s party should first of all consider the opportunity afforded to secure him, if possible, for its standard bearer. The Standard is not advised as to whether he desires or would accept a nomination, but believing that his high sense of duty would impel him to make %ny possible personal sacrifice to meet And help assume tile responsibilities of the hour and to take up the contest for the enfranchisement of the people and the redemption of the republic, it has confidence that he would not refuse to accept such a grand opportunity for leadership. Republicans at St. Louis. A millionaire manufacturer, street car owner and Standard oil monopoly magnate of Cleveland, Ohio, named Mark Hanna, is holding a national convention at St. Louis this week, lie is managing McKinley and will nominate him for president on a gold platform and then will provide barrels of money in an effort to elect him. The proceedings at St. Louis are merely formal, the scheme is all fixed, yet being preliminary to the great struggle and as contributing to make up the issues of the campaign, they are of moment nous importance. The silver men will enter their protest, and be voted down, and led by Senator 'feller will renounce forever the republican party and walk out of tim convention. The convention will consume considerably time iii speech-making; the nomination of a ticket will then speedily follow and adjournment will likely occur tomorrow night or Friday. Farm of 140 Acres, Good House and Barn, Forty Acres Fenced and Under Plow for $1,000. I have for sale in Cass county, this state, a farm of 140 acres, part timber, but mostly plow and pasture land, none richer of soil on earth, good story-and-half house, large double baru, on main road, good water, splendid I or either grain or stock-raising; settlers near by, at only 81,000; part on time. The improvements alone are worth the price, and the land is cheap at 85 an acre. Reasons for selling: Misfortune of owner. Cause for the low price: Plenty of good unimproved Northern Pacific railroad land near by to be had on IO years’ time at 83 an acre. But it’s a bargain all the same. Here’s Another--llomestead quarter, IGO acres, 20 acres broken, good house, fairly good barn,good well with pump, partly fenced, considerable hardwood timber, for 8(J00, easy payments. Northern Pacific railroad lands in the same locality for sale at 82.50 to 83.00 an acre; will be worth 810 in a very few tears. II. G. Day, Mf    Albert    Lea,    Minn. FOK HALK—KEAL KMT A TK. HOR SALK OK TRADE. SOME GOOG land in northwestern Iowa and southwest era Minnesota to trade for a Mock of Hoods. NELS QI* EV LI, 25w2    Window,    Minn. Order for lleariiiK on Claim**. STATS OW MINNESOTA Count) of Freeborn— In Probata Court, Special Term. In the matter of the tn-tale at Jobu Bell, deceased. Letters of testamentary on the estate of John Hel{, deceased, late of the county of Freeborn and state of Minnesota, belat; granted to T. A. llerron; It is ordered, that six months be and the same is hereb) allowed from and after the date of thin or-1 der, in which all pertains having claims or demands | against tile aaul deceased are required to hie the same in the probate court of said county, for examination aud allowance, or tie forever barred. it is further ordered, that the 18th flay of December, IBM, at IO O'clock a. rn., at a special term of Maid j probate court, to* be held at the probate office in I the court house in the city of Albert la** in Mid county, las and the same hereby is appointed ss the time and place when aud where Hie -aid probate court will examine and adjust said claims and demands. Aud it is further ordered, that notice of such hearing l>e given to ail creditors and persons Interested in said estate by forthwith publishing this order once la each week for three sud ns-ive weeks in the Freeborn County Htandard, a weekly news paper printed and published in said County. I bited at Albert Lea, this tmh oay of June, lift*. By the Court. [ L. s.]    HEMAN    BLACKMER, JunelTJulyl    Judge    of    Probate Nil«• rift 'n Male. >Y virtue of an execution issued out of the district court for the tenth judicial district, in aud for the county of Freeform end state of Minnesota, upon a judgment issued and docketed in said court on the 14th day of November, A. I). IW2, in an action wherein Joseph Fay ie plaudit! and John Jahuke is defendant, in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendant, for the sam of one hundred and tweuty five dollars and thirtj-five cents, (tl25.:iS). I trave on the 15th day of June A. D. leV6, levied upon all the right, title aud interest of the said defendant John Jnhnke in and to the fol lowing described land aud real estate tow it: I he northeast quarter of section twerrt)-eight (28; in township one hundred aud two (Biti), north of range twenty-three *23) west, I)lug and being in Freeborn county, Minnesota Ami will sell the same, or err much thereof as may tie necessary to satisfy said execution and costs, at the «ot front door of the court house, iu the city of Albert Lea, iu the county aud state aforesaid on Haturday, the 1-t day of August, A. D. I**, at Pi o'clock a. rn. of that day. Dated June 16th, A. D. lw.#\ *    W O. MITCHELL, Sheriff of Freeborn County, Miune-*>ta. W. F. TODD, Attorney for Plaintiff.    Junel7JalJ9 21 SkobI-M First-Class Bicycles Men's All Solid Working Shoes, $1.25 cycle Shoes. 81.50 to 82.75 Sec th£ Elk Skin Soh Ladies* Tan Ox, A N ( Irs IN LOTS A. B, <\ Alls Inquire at E'tOR SA LE College Addition to Albert Lea, of the college grounds. aud office. BLOCK 4. lying west the STANl>- 25w5p E'tOR SALE.-JOHN NIVEN, STAPLES, Mini),, has improved farms for sale near that flourishing city. Also wild land in Cass county, Minn. Write hun.    2f>w4p ruin SALK MY IMPROVED KARM. Hartland s Kilns Some half price Very are of I less than ast year. good, - T OC.) le-Barrel Men's Fine Tan Shoes, I See the Ne' ALWAYS SOMETHING 82.00 $2. * 5 Io 85.00 LanitqndtMl Steel, $7.00. NEW Thompson’s. Uses Furniture! •Viollce for l*iil»!lratioti. | AND Office at Marshall, Main., May 2b, isnt. Nutlet Is hereby given that th** following na mod J -euler baa hied n*»i. -e of iii- intent ; n t* * is -.he j final pr<**>f in aupport of hi* claim, aud that said proof will ira made before (leman Wodrtner, Judge j of Probate, at Alte*rt Lea, Minn., «>n friday, July 16th, I'*!*’*, viz: llalvor (J. Aarhu*. (Id. App.leat) »n * No. 12,1(8* for the few *** auction 2b, tow u 101, range j ti lie naniaa the following wltue*—«*• to prn%e hie J ion im uou- re-idence upon and cultlvati ii «»? aud t land, viz: Ntenar Larwill, Andrew Severe*>n, Paler j Thompson, llalvor Thompson, all ut N Titian, [ Iowa. C P. KH EPA RI*, June 3 -July M.    Kagi-ter. NOTICE OF APPLICATION lOlill ICB I bd vti- Ij J? acres, 2)4 miles southwest of iaa'ft. Also improved faun adjoining, po acres 23tf    VY.    O.    CRAM. KOSKY TO KOAY. ONEY ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY, at a low rate of Interest. Time, oue to live years. lrnarsf>    NAEVE    A    SOTH. M' rl IO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I HAYE sold my Interest in the drug bittiness at Glenville to Dr. D. Gordon, who will collect all accounts and pay all bills of the store business May I, *66 21 w p DR. G. ii. IAI WI HI AS. Order for Hearing; and Notiee of Ap plication for A p po int meat of Admin*! rotor. .(TATE GF MINNESOTA -County off Freel*orn In Proton* Court, special term, May 'ti, l<* In the matter of the estate of liana Peterson, deceased. On receiving arid filing the petition of Anna M. lirliiager of Kreel»oru County.Mm(i«*e»>ta.representing, among other thinge, that Hana Peter* m late of said county, on the lith day off April, A D 18*4(5, at Car I-ton, died ii.testate, aud being a resident of thin county at the time of bt* death, leaving good*, chattel* ami estate within this county, and that the said petitioner t» a daughter of *an1 deceased, and pra>mg that administration of said estate lie to L®wi« P. Peterson grunted It is ordered, that said petition be heard before this Court on Friday, the .*»’.lh day of June. A. D. is*.*,, at IO o'clock, a. rn., Albert Lea, iu said County. Ordered further that notice thereof tie given to the heirs of said deceased, and to ail persons interested by publishing a cop) of this order once in each week, for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing, IU the k rOeboew County Htaod-ard, a w eekly newspaper printed and published at All***rt Lea In said ( ounty Hated ai Albert I sui the Alb day of May, A D. KT.    By    the    Court. HEMAN BLACK MPR. In. s.] June;* 17.    Judge    of    protmte. 3 J. 'Bound fur Til K FA 11* to buy my kg I it Hammock.. W e have them at all prices. Iii order tomake Hie changes we anticipate alwiut Aug. I, we shall give Bis: Discounts home, al the Our lid HI our fir, and Iii le.sk; tallies, and rh nd furniture company through our journey niture one, such as F ill is un; feat in. t his, We vl en fit. tie little .k * ioun in sic in our LU ti Anti s the most ai a1 away in nav our la^t tor ale Hew Eonian! Furniture Co. Kl ATK GF MINNESOTA County < J } re*I*ira. Village* of Hartland I* hardly g.veil that appl.callo a in writing to the Villa** Omimt my off On our entire stock. Come lo The Fair A. 11. SQUI Kit. ALBERT LEA. MINN. Nolle been rn V silage of Hartland aud filed in for Loan** lo -all IntOSkmttDg Ii rttmiuanciug July lot, A IL DM July l«t, A D I -‘.*7. by tha follow mg p**r»' tha following place** a* -lated IU paid ap rto* par ti* aly, viz: ti. M Walland NMI SI on th* ground Amir in tha at**d on lot millibar lhr»*a iii -aid \ tliaga of Martian* N. is Kipton, ta front r<* in thaona-Mtory budding i Mix (6*. bl wk number two Hartland Andrew (I. Mayland ai front room on Ina ground budding ultuat*-1 on bd number f.-fir I in Mid V. nave I wii of Mid a praying » for th* term J I lertiiibaung ! ( >. I stii:I .I I at •n» atta, I on# »t Hi, bio ta th* Hi*! V J. E (It. John, floor in tha to number *-,grtt ,*<* Baga of Hartland. mitier iga of in tha —lory bi** k Judge Henry C. Caldwell, who has been a great favorite among independents and reformers and whose name has been extensively presented in connection with a presidential nomination, ways positively that he could riot accept k nomination. Ile wants to vote Cor a silver candidate and said he thought that “if all the friends of silver could he brought together they could win the greatest victory for the people since the days of Lincoln.” The day of the lelorm ranter and calamity howler have gone. Men only of reason, candor and sound conviction are wanted as leaders of the reform forces. These are the kind that are tieing called to the front and it is good to know that there are plenty of them. Aud now they say a tariff on wool will save the country. Wool is good avid unfortunately is very low in price like everything else, hut it is in greater •demand this year than it has been for at long time—to pull over people’s eyes. Annual Convention of the Freeborn County S. S. Association. The annual convention of the Freeborn county Sunday school association was held at Freeborn Saturday and Sunday, June 8 and 7. An unusual degree of Interest was exhibited during the preparation for the convention and as a result it proved to be oue of value and Interest to those w ho were present. After a short devotional exercise Rev. Davis read a paper on Hie topic “How to Awaken Enthusiasm and Interest In the Sunday School.” He urged the importance of superlnteudants and teachers becoming deeply interested by a preparation of heart and mind, iu their efforts to teach Untruths of the Bible so that they will be presented to the minds of the children In au Intelligent and attractive manner. Enthusiastic teachers will usually have enthusiastic scholars. Mrs. T. W. Burdie presented a paper on ‘‘Sabbath School Music.'’ Among other things she said that In our modern Sabbath schools too much attention is given to that class of music which Is pleasing to the ear w ithout a due regard to the meaning of the words. Siugiug Is one of the highest and best forms of worship when t)ie mind and heart Is intent upon the sentimeut expressed by the words. In the abseuce of Mrs. U. C. Cottrell who was to have read a paper upon "House to House Visitation.’’ J. E. Simms read a paj»er upon "The Mission of the Sabbath School” formerly prepared and read at a district convention at Mankato. Mrs. Mary Aldrich gave some excellent thoughts on the temperance phase of Sabbath school work, and gave some quotations from a prominent worker showing the need of more attention being given to that subject. A committee on nominations presented the names of the following persons which were elected as officers for tile ensuing year: President, <4. W. Lattln; vice president, Rev. VV. Fisk; secretary, J. K. Simms; treasurer. Clint L. Luce aud the township vice presidents were to remain as last year. Un Saturday evening, after a song service. Miss Ida Wing read an excellent paper oil Hie topic, "Our place iii the Work”alter which Rev. J.C. Huntington, the congregational Sabbath school missionary for Minnesota, gave a black board exercise, some illustrations with objects showing conclusively the value of object teaching. G. W. Ijittin opened Hie Sabbath morning session with scripture reading. Rev. F. W. Burdie gave an address on tbe * Church and Hie Sabbath School ” lie regarded the Sabbath school as a very Important blanch ol Un* church, ii is the province Of the Sabbath school to bring the children to a knowledge of Christ and prepare them for ehureli-inembership. Mrs. D. ti, P. UilJis in lier inimitable manner gave a very interesting treatise of the subject “The Te ac Iters’ influence in and outside of tho Sabbath school.’’ She t^ihl that children arc very keen observers of the every dgy fife and conduct of their teacher and will readily deleft auy delect in character aud reputation. When the pupil loses faith aud coniideitce iu the teacher hor power and influence is lo;-t in the class room. On Sunday afternoon, after some time being spent in singing, Rev. J. Huntington gave an exposition of the current Sabbath school lesson, “Warning to the Disciples.” Luke 22:24-37. lie made gomi use of the black board in bring jag out some of the prominent points of the lesson. Tile presence of Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Olsen added very much to tho interest of the convell tinu and Mr. Olsen’s address on the subject "How to adapt secular methods-of teaching to Sabbath school teaching” was well received He said our textbook—tile Bible—is paramount to all other books in value and depth of meaning aud tho very best methods should la- ein- 8toyed to impart the truths contained therein. lot only the present but tile future destiny of the child lieder the Sunday school teacher’s instruction depends largely upon the intelligent ami faithful teaching of the lesson. Rev. NY. Fisk gave a profitable treatise of the subject, "Conditions for Success.” The tend er must possess au earnest spirit of devotion to CR risk's service and the work tligt Ho has for him to do as a teacher. The superintendent should be prompt, earnest and a person of gqqd judgment and executive ability. By request Miu D. K, P* Hibfi.s read lier paper again at the Afternoon session. Mrs. D. Watson read a paper cm the “Prejv-hration of the Teacher” which was greatly appreciated by tim large audience prasout. The first anti foremost preparation of tit** teacher is to seek the wisdom aud guidance of the Hi vim Teacher—our model. There should lie a thor ough and systematic study of the lesson. Study the different temperaments and dispositions of her pupils. Some interesting addresses were given at the evening service on tile subject assigned, “Our Watchword—The children for Christ’s service.' Among the shakers were Rev. J. C. Hunting ton. Rev. W. Fisk, Prof. J. NY. Olsen and Mrs J. W. Olsen. This session closed one of the most interest int? conventions held in recent years. The people of Freeborn were very courteous in their entertainment of delegates. J, E. Simms, Secretary. Farm Land for Sale. 200 acres farm land for sale at. very low price and on easy terms. Every foot tillable. This the in laud jet off*red. T. Y r~ mmm rn 3 Cfi flSXSSZS 3D o & cl 30 & o CD -s a Hat,I aitpucalioti* wail tm UoarJ aud d*t**rTii'k«*<! by -ant V ii ag** Cowiflt al Ut* Yittaga ol ilaitlar.i hi lb* Council (lamber in -aul \ lilac** of Hartland. Fr**t»b*»ni County, M)nn*~>ia. on kb* MU day of Jan*, A D. ink, at a o'clock p. ti- of that day W itr**-* my (land amt weal of tad Village tho* Mb day of June, A D i-**.*u mKM V OOMHRUD, [•■ii.)    Village Reoorder. First National Bai. ALBERT LEA, MINN. JOSEPH KEENAN Al SPIN. MINN. Honest Meats AND Honest Prices for the Minneapolis IMM; Minneapolis Engine, J. I s Separators and Engine* /Ss •w* Agent Separator, Buffalo Bitt in Southern Minnesota that carries a for these machines. Co! 11 in . ( ase Ina Vie! full I he lint! na Th re only iciory fliers, house oi nepalrs j Agent for the highest [Dad Mike many fri ret of < mas. mr sn* It General as well as the Only Genuine GANDY with anyone but a house that keeps machines they sell, when you can just does.    - BEI of RUBBER TS made, lull line of r well deal with a BELTS, Why deal for the house that Pupil al, •nu rpl IIM, ff.V4l.IMK I I# lr*HI O. F. Stieler, General Banking. Farm Loans Negotiated. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Foreign Exchange Bonght and Sold The Butcher. Safe Deposit Vault. HARRY JON En, (I. GULBRANDSON, - VU AUGUST PAI I.SON. A I.FREI) Cl!RISTOW!KRS4>N. a Pr Mlleiii. g President. Cushier. >*t. r»li!(*r. Oil!rnp & Gilbert, ERS I TI Mr. an? K Ceilan make. tis Feeders, the only feeders oil the also carries a lull line of Carriages, are fine and no mistake about it. •an also sell first-class second-handed Traction Engines of almost Mr. Keenan is also ascent for the Carse market that gives general satisfaction, lie urreys. Buggies and Road Wagons. They DEALERS IN DIRECTORS; ti ulhrand«on, Tho**.W.WtUnn, P II. Rich, II o flankm*H*v, AitKU«t P.mU -n, Otaun ll. hliudt, V . Gut brand non, I*. Al. tole*, Harry .Inti#* . ■I Farm Lands a n ( Wall Papers If you arc cornu d n to pap1 r, call and sec the new Specialty. I The latest in Wall Papers. Al ILea/tLier ettes. so a full line of.... ALBERT LEA BQiding and Loan Association. (Incnrt*orHt**d Feb. J-*!. i<«c.) Authorized Capital, ff.V4MI.«MH» s PECI FIC AT IONS Narrow Tread. Saddle, Hunt. Crank, Pedals, Rubber, (choice of rat-trap). Seatpost, Usual parts nickeled. W eights, with l)un- 6 y> inches, lollow, T pattern. Finish, black. rom 22 to 24 lbs. M. & \V. tires. We also have a few lop Clincher tires at same price, •a1thouoh the usual charge is $5 °° extra for this style of tires. We have bought of Lindsay Bros, of Milwaukee their entire stock of the above high grade ’95 pattern wheels. We have reserved only 15 for Albert Lea trade and will close them out at only.............. OFFICERS: H.G. Day, President. s. Rodorri, Vie** Pres. I'. \ kXATViM.it, Xrca.H. V. Un.I.KCP, Sec. DIRECTORS: Jba, W. Olsen, IV. C. Merrill. T V. KnalvnW. W. A. Morin, ll G Day, V. Chimp, LI* I iig brit non, E W. Kli&tvok), H KodKfrs. Save YOUR Earnings. A nice homo within the roach of everybody. My Inventing 25 coni** a month on **;u*h share the ALBERT LEA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSI) CIATION will mature your spark in About eight yearn and pay you ¥->0 for an invesiment of ain mf $27. Every member of tile Albert la*a Building and Loan Association can buy a home ami pay for it in small monthly Installments. The reiitai of the building will nearly pay for Hie property. Yon can withdraw at any time atte one year and receive good interest on your money. Many of the nice homes in Albert Lea i*re bellic paid for through Hie Albert L a Building aud i<oan Association. Inquire of Secretary Gillrnp for further particular** This wheel must not be confounded with cheap grades of the “Duke” variety, as it is a strictly high grade ’95 pattern. Come early, as after these are gone they cannot he duplicated at any price. Remember: We are general agents for this state and Iowa rh    rh (except Minneapolis and St. Paul) for....... TS Telegram Line and will give you the benefit of agents* discounts. Imnt bargain . Knatvold. Minnesota Bicycle Company Yellow Front Repair Shop, WEST CLARK STREET. — Remember to Call at Hie- Favorite Resort FOR FINK Confectionery, Hot or Cold Drinks Oysters, Baw, Stew or Fry. Cigars or Tobacco. OR AT. Seymour Ranneys Restaurant On Clark Street, East of the Post Office, where you will be courteously treated. FOR SALK Off CROP PAYMENT PLASH. CRAVED AXID VINTON COM PAMA ST. PAUL. MINN. Luther Academy AisHEKT LEA, MUY. •torpor Bot.Ii Sexes.*^» Three Courses: Academic, Commercia Rates Low.    Musical. For farther information address, L. S. S WEX NON, Principal. Abstracts ct Lands and Uity property farm tied on short notice. Fire Insurance in the most reliable Foreign and Home Companies. Mortgage*. Deeds, Contracts, Leases etc., drawn promptly and at reasonable rates. >fih*e at Freeborn County Bank, west Hid** Broadway, near Court House. ^Yll>cki*t Lon. Minn. Gilts, Glimmers, Ingrains and White Blanks, At prices ranging from 10 cents a roll upwards. Few Kcinuuiits Unit Must Go at Price. BRIGGS DRUG GG. NA” ll O Is the house-cleaner\s friend? T. E. Schlemiel' 1 Lace Curtains aundried for Pillow Shams aundried for Carpets (fast color) laundries! for Family Wash latin-dried, rough dry, for Lamdry.L. v Has returned East, • hased lion cf from where he the major the pur port York City. 50c per pair. 25c per pair. j I „ - 5c sq. y That is, ht his magnificent emporium, a stock of -    - secured for jewelry splendid a rd. I 25c doz. Albert Lea Steam Lannflry, Baumhcefener & C. M, S on. Sam Lee’s Laiflry — Does All Kliiffn of- Washing Cheap. Good Work Goaraoteeil. Ste these Prices. Shirt**, linen ............................... Hie Shirts, flannel........................  7*^* Collars................................... 2,v£t* Collars, i»er di»Z)*ii.......................... as* Cuffs, per pair............. ................ 5** Socks....................................... 3c EVERYTHING LIKE THESE. Try tin* INcw Lmindry. SAM. LEE, Proprietor. West Clark Street, -    - Albert Lea. HAVE NO agents Ii I #**& © Jrnm bnt Heli aired to the continuer at wholesale pru t ', Ship anywhere tor examination before ‘.ate Kv.*ryi limn warrant***! I OU I vt* -Of OnrrIi**r«, ISO sty (es of Ham****. 41 styles Kitling (Saddle*-Write f'»r rata lowuo ELKHA RT Carriage 6 Harness Mig Ca Pratt. Seer-    Elkhart, Ind. Jewelry, Cut Glass, Diamonds, Crockery, Musical Instruments And other articles, which will both gratify the eye and satisfy the purse. Call and Hear the Mesic Bol rr. e. ?»m*ii1<»ii<i«m-. The Jeweler. KnatYOlft & Brown, Bankers. -A.lt>©rt Lea, Minn. Spring Millinery. (VCR Opening ’n taking place (bls w.*ek. ain! * we are receiving prai****?* enough from ii!*-interested iirr^oti** who know, to make rn* tee! venire t»f our ptact* aa (be uratW bt lurnistbinu! 18% styles in ------    - Ladies' Headwear. We wish now reemphasis* the fart that Weare tVrfret Ike tinea tori* of *15 ie and ll take-, less money to idkt **tvle and perfection iii Head wear here than at any other caterers to millinery mode**. Untrimmed and trimmed hat.** of every correct style, and trimmings of all descriptions. You ought to see our Infant’s CLOAKS and CAPS. Ijtrge and l-nyely Assortment just receive*! Miss Carrie Narveson. Geo. Drommcrhausen & Sons ■AVDFACTOBIM OF Money to Loan oil Heal Estate at Lowest Kates. Interest on Time Deposits. Foreign Exchange Bought affti Sold. Steamship Tickets to and from All Foreign Forts. Special attention paul to Collections Fire, Life aud Accident Insurance. Carriages,Buggies, Phaetsiis, Spring Wagons ani Farm Wagons / XUR STOCK IS THE LARGEST IN SOUTH V J ere Minnesota. The be*! Is the Cheap st. Yon are Invited re see our stock an get priers before buying elsewhere, promptly done - P* Repairing neatly aud

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