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WEFK'S RECORD IN MINNESO-
The "Saintly City" and Saintly City
FolksNewsy Items of Social, Re
ligious, Political and General Mat
ters Among the People.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912.
Rev. Daniel Harding is steadily im
Miss Margaret Adams is still getting
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphy have
returned from their trip to Chicago.
Drs. Valdo Turner and W. F. Wat
kins are out of the city on a hunting
Mrs. E. Johnson entertained Rev.
and Mrs Graves at dinner last Tues
Miss Irene Salters has gone to Du
luth, Minn for a visit of two or three
Don't forget that next Tuesday is
Tag Day, get some money ready to
pa tor tags.
Messers Boston and Cochran, stu
dents at Meharry, left Friday evening
tor the school.
Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Lealtad have
moved from 406 Edmund to 395
Messrs R. Stanton, Booth and
Stevens left Wednesday evening tor
Mis. John N. Jenkins had a stroke
ot paralysis Wednesday and is in a
Messrs. Bluford and J. Crawford,
enroute to Meharry college left
Thursday evening for Chicago.
Mrs. J. W. Milton entertained at
berakfast Friday morning, Rev. and
Mrs. Graves and Mrs. J. Q. Adams.
Tuesday, October 8, is "Tag Day,"
be prepared to be tagged to help main
tain the Anti-Tuberculosis Society.
Mr. J. C. Black, who was recently
appointed on the police force, went
on duty for the first time Monday
Res. 642 Rondo el Dale 617-J
I T. H. LYLES
i-'mttidl Oircctors and Embalmr.
322 Wabasha St.
rids Answered Day or Night In
Active Pail Bearers Furnished If
LdOy Assistant When Necessary.
2 ^ou Phones 508. St. Paul, Minn.
The total amount received at Har
riet Island public baths for the year
is 7,168 81 a falling otr of 482.75 from
Adams, Jr., has been on the
sick list with a severe case of ton
solitis for about a week, but is con
The bank clearings in St. Paul for
September amounted to $46,593,577.95,
an increase over September, 1911, of
Mr and Mrs. Jackson, of Chicago,
are in the city to reside. They are
at present with Mrs. James Thomas
of Jessamine street.
The tax collections for September,
in Ramsey county, amounted to $48,-
439.50 compared with $40,594.38 for the
same period last year.
As the weather is getting quite cool,
the usual stunt of the coal dealers
to scare the people is begun by pre
dicting a coal shortage
FO'R RENTNice five-room flat,
hath, gas, etc. $20. 471 W. Central
avenue. Apply on the premises to
C. L. Smith.
\lts. Julius Pitts and daughter Miss
Amv, who have been the guests of
Mis Mattie B. McGhee, returned to
their IIOITLO ri Winnipeg last Wednes
Mrs Julius N. Avendorph, of Chi
cago, who has been in the city visit
ing Mrs. Mattie B. McGhee for the
past two weeks will return home to
Mrs Nancy E. Johnson, mother of
1 10 Johnson, after spending some
five weeks in Chicago, returned home I
last Friday and reports a pleasant
Mrs. Maggie Jenkins of 536 St.
\nthony av., has returned from Chi
cago, where she has been visting
relatives and friends for the past'
It the readers and well-wishers of
THE APPEAL will send items of so
ml news to this office it will be ap
preciated and the news will be pub
Miss Elizabeth Johnson, of Duluth,
enroute to Washington, D. C, was in
the city this week, the guest of Miss
Frances Elliott. She left Thursday
FOR RENT'Nice furnished rooms
in a modern residence, No. 300 N. St.
Albans street, one block from Rondo
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK.
93 East Fourth Street.
Invites the saving accounts of fru
gal wage-earners, it is well fitted to
take care of them.
Charts P. Noye,
DEPOSITS OVER $4,350.00
car line. Phone Dale 4888. Mrs. H. I.
BOY WANTEDA good boy, 16
years old, wanted at Globe Furniture
Co., 473-75 St Peter street. A good
place for the right boy. See about
this at once.
"The Favorite Shining Parlor,"
Messrs. Beard & Alexander, propriet
ors, has been moved to 105 E. 5th
street, where first class work is done
on short notice at all times.
Messrs. J. A. Henderson and R. 3.
Britton were dinner guests of Mr.
Leon De Bray at George Davis' Res
taurant last Friday and all were high
ly pleased with the service.
Mrs. Julia Hinson, proprietor of the
St. Louis Kitchen is suffering from
rheumatism, but she will serve that
toothsome, home-cooked Sunday din
ner tomorrow just the same.
Mr. Leslie Lawrence, a well known
young man of this city, was married,
about three weeks ago to Miss Ethel
McClain, of Spokane, Wash. The
couple will make their home here.
Mr. Irvin Young has opened a First
Class Barber Shop in the front part of
"Daddy" Reid's place, 40 E. Third
street, where he is prepared to give
satisfaction to all comers. Give him
VOf\L AND PIANO LESSONS
given by Mrs Addie Crawford Minor
at her residence, 392 Carroll street
onlv flo'ii"* tor instruction arianged
rue to suit patrons. Tel Dale 2192
THE APPEAL has received a num
ber of the campaign books, "The Re
by Cyrus Field Adams, which may be
publican Party and the Afro-American"
had for the asking by calling at this
Rev. H. P. Jones, who has been re
turned to the pastorate of St. James
A. M. E. church will make a report
at the church tomorrow morning. St.
James lead the whole district in every
thing. Go and hear about it.
SHINE 'EM UP! If you wish a good
first class shine or polish, go to the
Peoples' Shining Parlors, 127 E 5th
street, between Robert and Jackson,
W. H. Porter proprietor. Special
chairs for ladies.Advertisement.
Zion Presbyterian church, Western
avenue near Aurora. Sunday services,
morning 11:00 a. m. Christian En
deavor, 7:00 p. m. Evening worship,
8:00 p. m. Sunday School 12:00 m.
Public cordially invited. Rev. G. W
Mr. R. Johnson was summoned
to Chicago to attend a meeting of the
executive committee of the National
Colored Democratic league on Tues
day. He left for Chicago Monday even
ing and will probably be away two
Mrs. Hart, the milliner, 425 Uni
veisity avenue, announces her FALL
OPENING for next Tuesday afternoon
Oct 8. A splendid showing of the
latest creations in ladies head wear.
The ladies cordially invited.Adver
At the meeting the Republican State
Central Committee held here at the
Capitol Thursday, E. E. Smith, was
re-elected chairman, J. A. O. Preus
was re-elected secretary and Geo. F.
Di\ was elected treasurer. The ut
most harmony prevailed.
F. H. Harm & Bro., the popular
jewelers and opticians, formerly of
237 Robert street, have moved to
larger and better quarters at No. 14
East Sixth street, between Wabasha
and Cedar, where they will be pleased
to see all old and new patrons.
The place to have your shoe re
pairing done in the best possible way
at the lowest possible price is at
JARVIS', 104-106 East Fifth street.
He has a complete stock of men's,
women's and boys' shoes of the best
grades for the money to be found in
THF ST LOUIS KITCHEN. Mrs
Julia Hinson, proprietor, No. 138 E
3d St, up stairs Meals 25 cts Break
far from 7-00 to I TOO a. Dinner
j'liuni J?-00 ic to 3-00 p. m., Suppei
from 00 to 8-00 m. AH regular
PIP ils "25 ct" Ml home cooking Tel
Twenty-five years ago last Monday
the South St. Paul stockyards opened
for business and the 17 cars received
that day brought 363 cattle, hogs and
sheep. Last Monday there were 363
cars received that brought 19,000
cattle, hogs and sheep. Some increase
Minnesota is some state When it
comes to corralling the cash. During
the last fiscal year $60,168 was collect
ed from vehicle tax, which is nearly
twice as much as was collected in
1911. During the past year $6,3oo was
collected from liquor licenses for din
For the benefit of her friends and
acquaintances in St. Paul, Mrs. Lottie
Evans, that was, now residing in Chi
cago, wishes them to know that she
was married to Mr. Walter Johnson
I of Omaha, Aug. 22, 1912. She will
leave Chicago Oct. 15th to visit her
I mother in New Jersey.
THE BUSY BEE CAFE, 317 Waba
I sha street (up stairs) W. F. T. Chand
ler, proprietor. Everything new but
I the name. First-class meals will be
served a la carte at all hours. A
splendid regular dinner will be served
from 11:30 a. m. to 3:00 p. m., at 25
cents. Open day and night. Tel. N
W., Cedar 4525.
Miss Elizabeth Johnson was in the
city for a week, the guest of Miss
Frances Elliott. Miss Jonhnson's
home is in Duluth but she is a well
known and popular young lady among
the young folks here. She is enroute
to Washington, D. C, where she holds
the position of Dean in the Normal
In the "Twenty Years Ago Today"
column of the Daily News last Tues
day, the following appeared: The
Afro-American Republican club was
formed with the following officers:
Harry Howard, president R. E.
Anderson and John Cunningham vice
presidents E. C. James, secretary
and Harry Shepard, treasurer.
MONEY TO LOANThe J. & M.
Loan Co. will loan you money on any
thing of value, or on your plain note,
at rates you can afford to pay. All
transactions strictly confidential.
Hours: 11 a. m. to 1 and 5 to 7 p. m.
138 E. Third street. Tel. Cendar 9105.
Residence 569 Rondo, Phone Dale 872J.
H. Dillingham, Manager.
Dr. W. T. Mitchell, dentist, has now
opened his dental parlors in suite No.
403 Court Block, 24 E. Fourth street,
where he is prepared to do any work
in his line at reasonable rates. Hours:
9:00 a. m. to 12:00 m. and 1:00 p. m.
to 5:00 p.m He respectfully solicits
the patronage of any needing dental
work done and guarantees satisfac
THE VALET TAILORING CO., No.
154-156 E. Sxith street Tha most
up-to-date establishment of its L'.nd in
the citv. Clothing made to order,
sponged, pressed, renovated and re
paired. Goods called for and deliv
ered. Four suits pressed for $1. They
are prepared to give best service at
lowest rates. Tel. N. W. Cedar, 4362.
O Howell, manager.
Mrs. James Vass gave a musical at
her home on Rondo St., on Thursday
eenvmg, Oct. 3rd, for the benefit of
St. Phillips Church of which she is a
very active member. Those on the
program were Mrs. M. B. Mason, Miss
Malinda Fogg, Miss Lillian McCoy,
Miss Adina Adams, Miss Cora Cuth
bert, Mrs. B. Archer, Mrs. O. C. Hall,
Mrs. Betty Jones. Refreshments were
served after the program.
Dr. W. F. Watkins, the dentist,
though a young man, has had quite
an extensive practice. He practiced
seven years in Montgomery, Ala., and
had a branch office at the same time
at Tuskegee Institute before coming to
St. Paul His dental parlors are in the
Newton Building, corner 5th and Min
nesota, Suite 301-302, where he has the
lastest and finest electrical appli
ances used in up-to-date dentistry.
Mrs. Q. Hicks, who was in attend
ance at the A. M. E. conference at
Galesburg, 111., where she had a very
enjoyable time has returned home.
She also visited many old friends in
Peoria, Canton, Knoxville and St
David, 111., whom she had not seen in
nine years. She was the recipient
of many social courtesies during her
absence. She visited Big Creek coal
mine at St. David and went down sev
eral hundred feet into the mine. How
ever, she thinks that she would not
like to be a miner.
This article by H. A. Guilford, by
authority of W. J. Bazille, and the
amount to be paid therefor, $5.00.
W. J. BAZILLE.
Has Made Good as Ramsey County
On the 5th day of November the
voters of Ramsey County will have
an opportunity to return to office for
another term W. J. Bazille, the pres
ent incumbent of the office of Ab
stract Clerk. Mr. Bazille is now run
ning for re-election, and if honesty
and service count for anything he will
get the endorsement of the voters.
This office is a very important one, as
the work includes keeping track of
records of all Ramsey County real es
tate. Since assuming his duties four
years ago, Mr. Bazille has revolution
ized the work in the office, making it
possible to do twice the work that was
formerly done, and with the same
amount of clerical help. As the real
estate records of Ramsey County are
changing rapidly on account oi sub
divisions of real estate, it is necessary
to have a man in this office who knows
his business, and Mr. Bazille has dem
onstrated that he can fill the bill.
A very pleasant social function oc
curred at No. 311 Rice street last
Thursday night, it being in the nature
of a surprise birthday party given in
honor of her husband by Mrs. W. M.
Tyman, who recently came here from
Washington, D. C. to reside among us.
Mrs. Tyman had quite a time keeping
her husband in blissful ignorance, but
succeeded so that when at about 9:30
p. m. she brought him home where
they found about thirty persons await
ing him, he was truly surprised. He at
once entered into the spirit of the
occasion and proceeded to do what he
could to make the occasion enjoyable
to all. Rev. H. P. Jones was present
and made a few remarks and then a
splendid lunch was served. All pres
ent had a good time.
Reginald Robinson, white, a student
of the University of Wisconsin, made
a visit to St. Paul last week looking
for a good time. He wandered around
Saturday night until he reached Third
and Franklin streets and thereabouts
he found a good time Afro-American
female, Lottie Alexander, who looked
so good to him that he laid aside his
color prejudiceif he had anyand
concluded to indulge in a little social
equalityit was after dark, be it re
membered, and that makes all the
difference in the world, don't vou
know? Well, shortly after he separat
ed from his inamorata, he discovered
that he had 'also separated from his
pocket book containing 50 bones. He
squealed, of course, and Lottie was
soon found and placed in durance vile.
Mrs. George Duckett is back home
from Galesburg, 111., where she was in
atendance at the meeting of the Chi
cago Branch Women's Mite Mission
ary Society held in that city Septem
ber 17th to 23d. She made a very
favorable impression on the A. M. E.
Conference in her address on "The
Forward Movement," and portions of
her paper, with very complimentary
comments, were published in the
Galesburg Evening Mail and Daily
Republican-Register of that city. Mrs.
Duckett also enjoyed the honor of
being awarded the banner for the
I highest increase in money reported
from any single society, she having
reported ?150.00. She was elected to
membership on the bqard of managers
of Conference Brancri as well as be
ing re-elected superintendent of the
St. Paul district for^the fifth time.
Dr. W. F. Watkins, the new dentist,
has completed the furnishing and fit
ting of his new dental parlors, Suite
301-302 Newton building, corner Fifth
and Minnesota. He aas a very nice
reception room with elegant furniture,
while in the operating room he has the
latest up-to-date eleotric appliances
and is prepared to do any work in the
line of dentistry. The public is cor
dially invited to call and inspect the
SPIRELLA CORSET, Cora E. An
derson corsetier. Any lady wishing
to be properly corsetted call or ad
dress 365 Aurora Ave. Tel. N. W
This aiticle by O. C. Hall is pub
lished in behalf of and by the author
ity of Richard D. O'Brien, 1740 Port
land avenue, St. Paul, Minn., and the
price to be paid therefor is $5.00.
RICHARD D. O'BRIEN.
Democratic Candidate for County
Attorney, Ramsey County.
Richard D^ O'Brien the present
County tArtrney of Ramsey Couney
a position, :h has held for the past
six years "very acceptably to all per
sons having business with the office
is a .candidate for re-election not
from a party standpoint alone but
upon the record he has made during
He was born in St. Paul and is a
son of Hon Christopher D. O'Brien,
well known as one of the ablest law
yers in the city, and though he is
voung yet, being only 38, he is fol
lowing in his father's footsteps.
Those who know, it matters not to
which party they belong, must admit
that he has conducted the business
of the office in a proper manner ac
ceptable alike to all of the citizens
except the evil doers and he is there
to strike terror to their hearts. If
merit entitles one to "further consid
eration at the hands of his constitu
ents there is no plausible reason
why Mr. O'Brien should not be re
tained in the position he has filled
PORTERS' AND WAITERS' CLUB.
317/ Wabasha Street, St. Paul.
One of the most pleasant places for
gentlemen to spend their leisure hours
is the PORTERS' AND WAITERS'
CLUB, 317 y2 Wafbasha street, up
stairs. iSamuel Taylor, familiarly
known as "Sam Patch," is the presi
dent, and genial Jas. Garner is the sec
retary, and they will endeavor at all
times to make things pleasant for vis
itors. Phone N. W. Cedar 9001.
This article by Harry Robinson, is
published in behalf of and by the au
thority of Daniel J. Keefe, 55 St.
Peter Street, St. Paul, Minn., the price
to be paid therefor is $5.00.
DANIEL J. KEEFE
Republican Candidate for County At
torney, Ramsey County.
Daniel J. Keefe, the Republican can
didate for County Attorney of Ramsey
County is 44 years of age and has
lived in St. Paul for over twentv
years. He is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Minnesota and is one of the
leading lawyers of the city and state
and is well qualified to fill the posi
tion to which he aspires. He is a
member of the Commercial Club and
has been a member and officer of the
Republican City and County Commit
Mr. Keefe is a member of a large
number of fraternal societies and is
iwell and favorably known throughout
the city and county as an able, fear
less and conscientious lawyer, and he
has always been a friend of the labor
ingman. He is a man of pleasing per
sonality, and is easy to approach. He
has always been a hard worker for
the party and is deserving of the un
divided support of the party.
Mr. Francis to Open Law Office,
Attorney W. T. Francis has deter
mined to resign his position with the
law department of the Northern Paci
fic railway, and take up active practice
of the law, and has secured the suite
of offices in the Union Block, 4th and
Cedar, so long occupied by the late
F. L. McGhee. Mr. Francis has faith
to believe that his friends who have
advised this step will give him their
united support and he hopes by faith
ful and earnest efforts to win many
MINNEAPOLIS SUNDAY FORUM.
Preparing for a Vocational Lecture Se
ries of Six Lectures, Worth Six
Dollars for Fifty Cents.
The Minneapolis Sunday Forum is
arranging to give a series of Vocation
al Lectures, six in number at St. Peter
A. M. E. and Bethesda Baptist
churches, alternating between these
For these lectures they have se
cured the services of the president
and professors of the University of
Minnesota, and it goes without saj
ing that they will be up-to-the-minute.
These lectures are not given for the
purpose of masing money, but for
education and good of those who feel
an interest in keeping abreast of the
Note the subjects and the lecturers: I
Oct. 18"MEDICINE AS A VOCA-
TION," by F. J. Wulling, Dean of Col
lege of Pharmacy, U, of M., Bethesda
Nov. 1"DOMESTIC WORK AS A
VOCATION," by lecturer to be sup
plied, St. Peter A. M. E. church.
Nov. 15"TEACHING AS A VO
CATION," by Prin. D. D. Mayne, Prof,
of Pedagogy, College of Agriculture,
U. of M., Bethesda Baptist church.
Dec. 6"AGRICULTURE AS A VO
CATION," by A. F. Woods, Dean of
College of Agriculture, U. of M., St.
Peter A. M. E. church.
Dec. 20"SOCIAL SERVICE WORK
AS A VOCATION," Dr. George E. Vin
cent, President of of M., Bethesda
The very insignificant sum of only
50 cents is charged for a season ticket
entitling the purchaser to attend all
six of the lectures.
Admission to any one lecture, 25
cents. Every cne can therefore see
the advantage to be gained by pui'
chasing season tickets, which are be
ing sold by a number of young ladies
and gentlemen of the Twin Cities.
Please bear maid that the days
for these lectures are all Fridays and
0 o'clock whether a half
dozen people arc in the house or not
Come eai'ly if you wash to hear all.
Everybody is invited.
M'GHEE ESTATE $14,300.
Widow is Sole Heir of Late Attor
Mrs. Hattie B. McGhee filed a peti
tion in probate court last Monday ask
ing administration papers on the estate
of her husband F. L. McGhee, attorney,
who recently died.
The value of real property is placed
at $10,800. and the personal $3,500.
Mrs McGhee states she is the sole
This article by Scott S. Smith is
published in behalf of and by the au
thority ot D. C. Jones, the price to be
paid the' efor is $5.00.
DR. D. C. JONES
Democratic Candidate for Coroner of
Dr. D. C. Jones, the present coroner
of Ramsey County, believing that his
record the office will be sufficient
i recommendation for his continuance,
asks a fair consideration at the hands
of the voters. He has proven himself
a triend to the Afro-Amei ican and had
an .Afro-American girl employed in his
office before ho acnired to office, thus
showing that his fntndship is not for
political effect. He also does not make
color distinctions in the aelection of
his juries, which should recommend
him, as tins can be said of no othe1
coroner of the county.
Dr Valdo Turner has moved his of
fice from the second to the fourth
floor of the Kendrick block, suite 400,
where he has more commodious and
527 St. Antho ny Avenue
ST. PAUL, MINN
B. M. McDew
610 SYKES BLOCK
Real Estate and Salary Loans
Tel. Nic. 621 Minneapolis
DOINGS IN AND ABOUT THE
GREAT "FLOUR CITY."
Matters Social, Religious and General
Which Have Happened and are tc
Happen Among the People of the
City. Send your news to Jasper Gibbs
Jr., 2844 12th Ave. So.
The Porters' and Waiters' Club,
Glover Shull, manager, has moved to
311 Hennepin avenue.
If you want to buy a lot or house
or want to rent see Mr. Jasper Gibbs
Jr. Call N. W. Phone S 3830.
If you get THE APPEAL it is a
weekly reminder to come and paj
what you owe for iz. Putting it oft
only makes the bill larger.
Everyone who receiyes THE AP
PEAL and has not paid for it is ex
pected to pay for it. No one is en
titled receive it free. This means
Keystone Hotel and Buffet, 131C
Washington Avenue South. Rooms
and Meals by Day, Week or Month.
Rooms $1.50 per month and up. Spe
cial rates for theatrical people. Kidd
F. Mitchell, Prop.
Sergt. Z. A. Pope, retired, steward
of the Officers' Club at Fort Snelling
on last Sunday created quite a sensa
tion with some of the anti-Roosevelt
talk he gave a lot of officers. Get the
St. Paul Daily News of Wednesday
and on the third page you will find
nearly a whole column about it.
WHEN IX ST PAUL go to the
St. Louis Kitchen, No. 138 E. Third St.,
.ipstairs, for your meal All home
cooking All regul.ir meals 2." cents
Breakfast from 7:00 to 11:00 a. m.
dinner from 12.00 m. to 3 00 m.
supper from 5-00 to 8 00 Vlrs Julia
Hinson, Pi op. Tel. S 71S
Misses Sadie and Alice Marshall
and Mrs. Maude Price were the host
esses of a dancing party given in hon
of the visiting strangers, at Dania
Hall, Wednesday night. The hall was
well filled with young and young mar
ried peope who enjoyed themselves
immensely. Excellent punch was
served throughout the evening by
Miss Gadys Waters.
The Liberator, published at Los
Angeles, Cal., in the last issue has a
long article devoted to Z. W. Mitchell,
formerly of this city, who is still fak
ing the people there as he did the
4?ood people here on several occasions.
In the articl he is styled, 'A danger
ous man and his acts work harm to
the race." He is now in Salt Lake
City where he is posing as a "Pan
On tomorrow evening St. Thomas
Episcopal church, Fifth Ave So. and
Twentv-seventh, will hold its annual
Harvest Home Festival. This is the
clay on which special thanks are given
for the season's returns, and is cele
brated bj special music and praise.
The church will be decorated with the
season's fruits, flowers and other
products of the land. A special musi
cal program by a full vested choir
will be given under the direction of
W. C. Jeffrey. A cordial invitation is
extended to the public. Service at 8
READY FOR TAG DAY.
Women Workers Hope to Reach 20,-
000 People Next Tuesday.
Tne tags are ready, 20,000 of them,
I the captains have been appointed and
the tag day committee is ready to
"tag" St. Paul next Tuesday, October
8, in the interest of the Anti-Tubercu
There will be 100 captains in charge
of the work and each^will be assistt'1
by a squad of ten or twenty girls,
'ihey will Le btationed in every parr
of the city, and their work will begin
at 7 A. M. next Tuesday and cont.nut
uiuii C:C0 P. M.
The tag day committee expects to
e\ceed last year's collection ot 13,G.O
ALBION w. HOLDEN PURE SPRING WATER
Painter and Decorator
With "The Girls From Missouri," at The Grand Next Week.
ALBION W. HOLDENF i
house painting, hand oil finishing,
varnishing, staining, wall tinting
etc., done on short notice. First
class, durable work guaranteed.
General repairing and jobbing of all
kinds. Send or leave orders at 527
St. Anthony Ave., or telephone Dale
2055. Estimates furnished.
THE GLENWOOD-INGLEWOOD SPEING
WATER Is ah\a}s pure and fresh. It
flows naturally and directly from the
underground vein into bterillzed bottles
which are immediately sealed and
DELIVERED WITHIN 24 HOURS. This
statement cannot be truthfully made of
any other water sold in this city.
Distributors of Chippewa and Colfax Water.
The Glenwood-lnglewood Co.
313 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis.
R. S. BABBITT H. T". MPELIEI
BARRETT & MUELLER
490 ST. PETER STREET
Mrs. Barrett, Eormeriy Krs. W. Nagel. Lady Assistant
N. \y. CEDAH 75
A. J. McMURRAY & CO.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Candies, Con/
fectionery, Cigars, School Supplies, Etc.
Ice Cream Parlor and Cafe, Lunch at
REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS HANDLED.
Cor Western and Rondo ST. PAUL
Phone Cedar 5521 Hours 9 am Ic 12 io 5 pro
W. T. MITCHELL
403 I'Of'KT Ui.K.
,4 E.H si. ST. PAL
421 Robert Street.
S T. PAUL
If Your Carpets or Rugs need
Call up or Call on the
Ewin City Carpet Cleaning
DEISER A. SPl Hr,ER, Props.
Telephones: N. W. 2176, Tri-State 1038
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