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Wil You BoweBpni
O. M. Wanvig. Manager.
VOL. 27: NO.38.
415 ROBERT STREET
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when reliable insurance may be had!
WE WRITE THE BEST. V-*
Courteous treatment if you call. Full information for a
postal card. The Chas. S. Bearley Agency,
3006 Cedar Ave., Minneapolis.
GEO. R. HOLMES
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
SAINT PAUL, MINN.
are the prevailing- cloths for FALL arid WINTER wear and are now on
display at the old-established house of
(^JSJ^0tx/ We shall be sleased to show them whether yon care to
Twi^^j.n TAILOR LOUIS NASH. Manager.
THE FIXTURE EQUIPMENT GO.
G. T. BISBEE, Manager.
Lighting Fixtures for Gas and Electricity
Gas Water Heaters
144-146-148 E. Sixth St., St. Paul.
FOR THE MAN WHO CARES.
STANLEY SHOE COMPANY
421 Robert street, St. Paul.
422 Nicollet, ave., Minneapolis.
eCargest Mouse furnishers in the
FIRST AVENUE SOUTH AN FIFTH STREET
WHEN YOU NEED GROCERIES
ON OR CALL UP
THE PURE FOOD MAN
EIGHTH AND CEDAK BOTH PHONI*
DO YOU SMOKE
ST. PAtiL AND MINNBAPOLJ& MBK. S&TUBBAT. &EPTEMBEB 23, 1911.
Knox Hats Good Clothing Specialists
Two Things W A# Needt
HATS and SHOES
W. S. CONRAD &. CO.
Sam You Gash on Either.
In atfdition, on Clothing and Furnishings.
THE HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
The Wallblom Furniture and Carpet Co.
PROFIT^ SHARIIMC WITH CUSTOMERS
82-88 E, Third St.
,UR Fall Outfitting for Men^Yotmg Men and Boys is now ready and
presents a showing well worth coming to see.
*_ 'You may confidently look to
authentic fashions in Clothes,,Hajjbrdashery, Hats and Shoes.
Everybody is invited to command see our unusually choice displays.
We will do all in our power to make your visit both pleasant and
The Boston" for the very latest
THE BOSTON CLOTHING CO. Sixth and Robert Streets
5t. Paul and Minneapolis.
IF NOT, WHY NOT?
N. W.Tel. Cedar 109
Tri-State Tel. 109
Ninth and Wabasha Streets.
HISTORICAL $2.40 PER YEAR.
Pianos, $150.00 up Violins, $2.75 up
Banjos, $2.35 up Guitars, $2.20 up
Cornets, $8.15 up Accordeons, $1.60 up
Talking Machines, $10 up Sheet Music, 10 cents up
Harmonicas, Tambourines, Music Boxes, etc.
W J. Dye & Bro. St. Paul
IYICCALL DRUG CO.
CUT PRICE DRUGGISTS
Cor. 4th St. and 2nd Ave. S.
'The Prescription Druggists"
For Reliable Lipuors
THE CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE
52 EAST SEVENTH STREET
L. EISENMENGER MEAT CO
St. Paul. Minn.
Established 1870 -i
THE MARKET OF BIG VALUES
THIRD AND NICOLLET
The Store where the Purchasing Power of the Dollar is Greatest
FO MEN WHO KNOW
Men's Furnishings, Hcas. C*ps.
Umbrellas, Ctxnes. Etc.
Goods that Please the Eye Prices that Fit the Pocket.
53 East Sixth Street, St. Paul
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