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SHOP IN OUR COOL STORE
"QUALITY CANDIES"-SA/NT PAUL
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July Clearance Sale
A tremendous Saving Smart Seasonable Coats
Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Wa^Sl'Millinery, and Under-
muslins for Women and Children. A#
THE MARKET OF BIG VALUES
S A SAG E 34VARI ETICt
-SPY 1T W17 f?LWER8u
New Ideas in
lire constant^'- appearing and they
come here first. "We "want you to
share in the pleasure of seeing their
tiew beauty, their increased effec
tiveness. Come when you can and
how the mte'dern home is lighted
made beiutiful by the latest
Let- Os Wire Y$iir Home. J-
208 V. 3d Si. Phone Cedar 8395.
Opposite Wilder Public Baths.
N. E. Anderson G. W. Swanson
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"7|dE HWE W PWWER8"
Garfield 2584 Garfield 2584
H4NDLAN & SULLIVAN
MEATS, FISH, POULTRY, BUTTER, LARD, ETC.
OYSTERS AND GAME IN SEASON.
OUR FISH SHIPPED DIRECT.
WE DRESS OUR POULTRY.
856 RICE ST. SAINT PAUL
INSIST ON GETTING
TlLDE N PRODUC E CO.
W. S. CONRAD CO.
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ST. PAUL, MINNr^f^fi
70L. 38NO 26 ST. PAUL AND fflNNEAPOLISf MJM.. SATURDAY: JULY 1,1922 $2.40 PER YEAR
INCREASE YOUR INCOME
BY DEPOSITING YOUR PRI iSENT AND FUTURE
SURPLUS FUNDS IN THE SAVINGS DEPART-
MENT OF THE "FIRST NATIONAL."
CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT^AND GOV-
ERNMENT SUPERVISION I ASSURE "SAFETY
FOR YOUR SAVINGS."
ONE DOLLAR OPENS A N ACCOUNT
TJJI E FIRST NATIONAL BANK
JACKSON STREET. BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH STREETS
Bohn Sanitor 32'75
18 in. deep 40 in. high 31 in. wide
Bohn Sanitor /LQ'*0
18 in. deep 50 in. high 31 in. wide
Bohn Syphon R4L-50
20 in. deep 49 in. high 33 in. wide
Bohn Refrigerator Co,
July Clearing Sales
STARTS JULY 5th ENDS JULY 15th
in apparel and homefurnishings that greatly increase
the buying power of every dollar are offered in the July Clear-
ing Sales. Every woman who takes full advantage of these op-
portunities may have a much fuller wardrobeand more attractive
home than sh$ had anticipated, and still keep well within her.
budget, fl To make ,this event a real merchandising occasion
many of^the depleted stocks have been replenished by special
purchases of the most seasonable apparel.
F^\irnitvire ai,t\cl Carpe Co.
THiFI HOUSE TH AT SAVES YOU MONEY
398 40 8 JACKSO N ST.
MARTIN HHENSE.PROB Ty "Hl^TT
N. "W. CEDAR 0555
MARTIX N AUTO LIVERS
TOURING CARS AXp LIMOUSINES
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Limousin? Service for Weddings and
Complete Auto Hearse Funerals
Garaee 453~55 Main Ave. Saint Paul.
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I "QUALITY CANDIES'-SAINT PAUL
A TTTn^T rt^iS^C vOPEttPAYAND:NiGftT
FOR HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES CO TO
SEVENTH. EIGHTH. MINNESOTA & ROBERT STS.
IP YOUR EYES
478 WABASHA STREET
Northwestern Stamp Works.
Rubbe and A I I
Meta I AMr.o
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
1*iO EAST THIRD ST ST. PAUL, MINN
TEL. ELKHURST 5106 WE CALL AND DELIVER
K. D. MILLER
Remodeling, Cleaning, Repairing
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Latest Novelties Manhatton
429 UNIVERSITY SAINT PAUL
LARGEST AND BEST HOME FURNISHERS IN THE NORTHWEST
BEST PLACE FOR BIG BARGAINS
HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES
First Ave. S. and 5th St. Minneapolis
TEL. CEDAR 7995
O. H, AROSIN CO.
"^JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
ADJUSTING OF FINE'WATCHES
414 ROBERT ST.' ST. PAUL.-MINN.
W. S. CONRAD CO.fe&ST. PAUL, MINNAS