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THUKBDAI EVENING, JUNE 20, 1901.
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Also many odd and original designs in
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See Journal's Real Estate Saturday for
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Gooseberries ££ lie
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In Social Circles
The marriage of Miss Belle Rolston and
John Grandin Rexford of Janesvllle, Wis.,
took place this afternoon at the home of the
bride's brother and. sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Larrabee Buttertleld, on Henuepin
avenue. Ouly the immediate relatives gath
ered to witness the service, v.hich was read
by Dr. L. H. Hallock. The parlors were in
white and green and white roses were effec
tively arranged among the palms and ferns.
Miss Nellie McCollom sank an appropriate solo
I just before the bride entered. Little Dorothy
! Addy, the bride's niece, was her only at
i tendant. She wore a white frock and carried
daisies. Miss Rolstons gown was of white
silk mulle over taffeta. The bodice was fash
ioned with point lace and the bridal bouquet
was of roses. Mr. and Mrs. Rexford left this
afternoon for the east to spend the summer.
They will be at home in Janesvllle after
Sept 1. Among the guests wer? Mrs. J. De-
Witt Redford, Miss Mary Rexford and Robert
M. Bostwick from Janesville.
A wedding, charming in the simplicity of
its appointments, took place last evening in
the First Congregational church, when Miss
Helen Claire Wheeler, daughter of O. E.
Wheeler, and Frank MeAdam Boyd were mar
ried. Palms and white peonies were ar
ranged about the chancel. Miss Stella Hol
land furnished a musical program as the
guests were seated by the ushers, Arthur B.
Church, John Williams, Fred Wheeler and
Campbell Bailey. The Lohengrin chorus an
nounced the entrance of the bride. The
bridesmaids, Misses Eva Wheeler, Mary Hol
land, Georgia Burgess and Mary Merrill,
were gowned in blue silk batiste, trimmed
with chiffon and carried La France roses.
Little Marsaret Anderson was flower girl
and wore a frock of white organdie and car
ried sweet peas. Miss Gertrude Shaughnessy
was maid of honor. Her gown was of blue
mousseline de soie, trimmed with lace and
J velvet, and her flowers were American Beauty
| roses. The bride entered with her father.
Her gown was of white mousseltne de soie
over taffeta, with duchesse lace trimmings,
and she carried a shower boquet of lilies
of the valley. Sam Eoyd was best man. The
service was read by Rev. George R. Merrill,
assisted by Rev. Ernest W. Shurtleff, to the
accompaniment of Schubert's "Serenade" and
the Mendelssohn march was played as a re
cessional. A reception for tlit immediate
relatives followed at the home of Mr. Wheel
er, 1012 Eighth street SE. American Beauty
roses and ferns adorned the parlor and white
carnations and smilax were in the dining
room. Mmes. E. R. Williams and J. M.
Anderson assisted through the rooms. Mr.
and Mrs. Boyd will be at home Tuesdays In
October at 336 Irving avenue S.
The wedding of Miss Mary Sturgeon Mar
shall, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. James Mar
shall, and Peter Alston Nelson of Red Wing
took plast last evening at the summer home
of Mr! and Mrs. Marshall at Deephaven,
•Minnetonka. The hall was hung with gar
lauds of wild sweet peas which trailed over
the doorway and almost concealed the stair
way. The bay window v»-as banked with
green and spirea, and m altar of green and
white was arranged for the bridal couple.
Pink peonies were with the ferns and foliage
in the parlors and dining-room. Alan Brooks
played the Lohengrin chorus as the bride
descended the stairs aud was met at the
foot by her father. Her gown was of white
satin and ' -> bodice had a bertha of duchesse
lace. Sh ire a veil and carried purple
orchids. L.ale Kittle Kennedy and Marion
Rolph stretched the white satin rlbbclns from
the aisle. Rev. J. B. Helwig read the ser
vice, which was followed by an Informal re
ception.* Mr. aud Mrs. Marshall and Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Nelson of Red Wing received with
the bridal couple. Mrs. Marshall wore black
crepe de chine, trimmed with lace, and Mrs.
Nelson's gown was of black satin. Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson left for the east and they will
be at home in Red Wing, Minn., after Sept. 5.
The bridegroom is the son of Peter Nelson,
ex-senator from Goodhue county, and Is a
prominent young business man of Red Wing.
About seventy guests were present. They
were met at the leke by the Acte, which con
veyed them to the Marshall cottage. Among
those from out of town were Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Nelson, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Foot, Miss
Pauline Hall and Miss Hoard of Red Wing;
Mrs. J. W. Happel of St. Louis.
A double wedding was solemnized last even
ing In Bethlehem Presbyterian church where
Miss Edith Florence English and John Had
den and Miss Pansy Pierce Poucher and Al
bert E. Erglish were married. The church
was decorated In white ani green and a
basket of peonies was suspended from each
chandelier. Mr. Hadrlen's ushers were George
F. Ladue and George Hamley, and Raymond
Kelly and Stanley S. Staring acted for Mr.
English. Miss Clara Poucher was her sister's
maid of honor. She wore g-ay mousseline de
sole and carried white carnations. Miss Ethel
Hobart, who attended Miss English, was in
blue dotted swiss and carried pink roses. Miss
Poucher wore white Persian lawn -with
lace applique and her flowers were bride
roses. Miss English's gown was of white
crepe de chine and her flowers were also bride
roses. Mr. Hadden's best man was Robert
W. Hadden of Denver, Col., and James L.
Poucher attended Mr. English. The service
was read by Rev. Stanley B. Roberts. As
the gufsts assembled the Northwestern or
chestra played a program. Mrs. Elizabeth
Brown Hawkins sang, Mrs. Henry Fillmore
played during the service, and Cragg Wal
ston furnished a violin obligato.
The bridal reception was at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. English on W Twenty
eighth street, where the rooms were bright
with peonies and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Had
den left in the evening for New York and
will sail Wednesday for England. Mr. and
Mrs. English will take a short trip and on
their return they will be at home at 506 W
Twenty-eighth street.
A notable wedding was celebrated last even
ing in £^ ; Luke's Episcopal church, Kala
mazoo, Mich., when Miss Annette G. Wood
bridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Woodbridge, and Professor Frank H. Con-
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKxNAL.
atant of -the University of Minnesota were
married. Rev. R. R. Clatborne read the ser
vice and there was a lar^e and fashionable ;
attendance, Including many friends from
abroad. Dr. William H. Crane of Cincin
nati was best man, Miss Angle S. Buchanan !
of Grand Rapids was maid of honor, and ''.
Misses Bertha Ashby of Kalamaaoo aud '
Zeulah Judson of Dobbs Ferry, N. V., were
bridesmaids. Professor Charles R. Slgerfooos,
Dr. Gilbert A. Bliss of the University of Min
nesota, Alexander Bremfoerder of Colorado
Springs, and Clare H. Steams of Kalamazoo
were ushers. Professor and Mrs. Constant
will be at home in Minneapolis after Oct .1.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Reinhart
was the scene of a pretty wedding last even
ing wteen their daughter, Miss Matilda Rein
hard, and Dr. William J. Ferguson were mar
ried. Ferns, spirea and moccasin flowers
formed a bower which was illuminated with
tiny electric lights. Daisies and ferns were
used through the rooms and moccasin flowers
were in the dining-room, where small elec
tric lights glowed among the green foliage.
Miss Alice Ferguson played the Lohengrin
chorus as the bride and her maid of honor.
Miss Martha Beard, entered. Miss Beard
wore pink dimity with trimmings of duchesse
lace and carried white peonies. Miss Reln
hard's gown was of dove gray silk. The
bodice was fashioned with rose point lace
and the bridal flowers were moccasins. Dr.
F. E. Haynes was best man and Rev. J. A.
Ten Broeck read the service in the presence
of seventy-five guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fergu
son left In the evening for Milbank, S. D.,
where they will receive after July 19. •
The wedding of Miss Georgia Gertrude
Spencer and Thomas Crawford was quietly
solemnized last evening at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. M. L. Spencer, 3113 Col
fax avenue S. About fifty guests were pres
ent at the service, which was read by Rev.
C. E. Burton. The bay window was a bower
of green and clusters of white flower 3 were
arranged in the parlors. The dining-room
was in red. The bride's sister played the
wedding music and Miss Eva Crawford was
maid of honor. Miss Crawford wore white
organdie and carried pink roses. The bride's
gown was of white lawn -with a bolero of
duchesse lace and her flowers were bride
roses. Little Alice Davidson, in a white
frock, carried the wedding ring. Louis
Batchelder was best man. Ices were served
by Misses Cora Becker and Marie Thcmpson.
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford will be at home at 72
Twelfth street N after a short trip. The
guests from abroad were P. L. Stickney of
Nashua, Miss Cora Becker of La Crosse, Miss
Margaret Kittel of St. Paul and W. L. Sever
ance, River Falls, Wis.
Among the weddings of last evening was that
of Miss Edna Grace Caston and Maxll D.
Robb, which took place at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John B. Harker, 1736 Ninth avenue
S. The bridal couple stood beneath a cano
py of green and white, from which hung a
wedding bell of smilax and ferns. Miss An
nabelle White played the wedding ma«Ch. Miss
Myrtle Harker was maid of honor. She wore
white lawn and carried pink roses. The bride
wore white silk mull with yoke and fichu of
chiffon. A necklace of pearls was her only
ornament and her flowers were bride roses.
The service was read by Rev. W. B. Riley
in the presence of about twenty-five guests,
and was followed by a wedding supper. Mr.
and Mrs. Robb went at once to their new
borne, 115 Spruce place, where they will re
ceive Tuesdays after July 15.
A quiet wedding took place at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Travis, 3700 Stevens
avenue, last evening, when their daughter.
Miss Essie May Travis, and Victor Francis
Stebbins were married. The service was read
in a bower of palms and syringa blossoms by
Rev. L. A. Clevenger. Little Mildred Travis
was flower girl and wore a frock of dotted
Swiss and carried carnations. The bride's
gown was of white mull, with Valenciennces
lace and satin ribbon, and her flowers were
pink and white roses. Miss Mabel Richard
son furnished the wedding music. Mr. and
Mrs. Stebbins will be at home after July 1
at 2625 Stevens avenue. The guests included
Miss Flora Glockner and Fred Glockner,
Estherville, and Miss Florence Richardson
Madelia.
Miss Amelia May Sehoepf and John Berg
hurt May were married last evening at the
home of the bride, 3224 Ninth avenue S. Rev.
C. F. Davis read the service. The bride wore
white Persian lawn and carried white carna
tions. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. V. H. May of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Schoepf of Appleton, Mint.; Mrs. M.
Schoepf, the Misses Petiua Burg, Madison,
Wis., and the Misses Lizzie Feyler and Mary
Kuhn, St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. May will be
at home at 3224 Ninth avenue S after July i.
Miss Nellie Loughren and Bernardus Judd
Hetherington of Minneapolis were married
yesterday at the home of the bride in St.
Paul. Miss Lizzie P. Hetherington of Has
tings, Minn., was maid of honor* and wore
white Swiss with trimmings of lace and rib
bon and carried white roses. The bride's
gown was of white Persian lawn, with lace
and ribbon, and she carried bride roses.
Bert Loughren of St. Paul was best man and
the service was read by Rev. A. D. Ham
mond. In the evening a reception was given
the bridal couple at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. O. Floy, 3234 Pleasant avenue, Min
neapolis. The occasion also marked the
sixth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and
Mrs. Floy. About seventy-five guests were
present and the rooms were prettily decorated
with roses, carnations and palms. Mr. Heth
erington and his bride will be at home after
July 1 at 3234 Pleasant avenue. Mr. and
Mrs. G. J. Hetherington and Charles Hether
ington of Hastings were among the guests.
Miss Nettie L. Brown and Luther M. Phil
lips of Minneapolis were married yesterday
at high noon at Amboy, at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. H. L. Brown. Miss
Jennie E. Brown was maid of honor. Her
gown was pink dimity and her flowers pink
roses. The bride's gown was of white mous
seline de soie, with point lace trimmings,
and her flowers were white roses. The serv
ice was read by Rev. Ora W. Taylor and
Burton H. Twichell was best man. Mr. Phil
lips and his bride came to Minneapolis in
the afternoon and are at home at 729 Tenth
avenue SE. Mrs. A. E. Phillips and Miss
Minnie Phillips of Minneapolis went to Am
boy for the wedding.
Miss Helen Murray, daughter of Mrs. W.
J. Murray, and George Flynn of Minneapolis
were married yesterday morning in the cathe
dral In St. Paul. Miss Catherine Murray was
maid of honor and Thomas Flynn was best
man. The service was read by Rev. J. J.
Lawler and was followed by a wedding break
fast at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs.
Flynn will be at home in the Woonsocket
apartments.
Miss Mabel Showars and John P. Beaupre
were married in Minneapolis yesterday and
left immediately after the service to visit
friends in Sauk Rapids, Minn. Mr. and Mrs.
Beaupre will reside in Great Falls, Mont.
The bride is the daughter of Judge and Mrs.
Frank Showers of Boulder, Mont.
The wedding of Miss Lauretta Bruce and
M. V. B. Scribner of Balaton, Minn., took
place Tuesday evening at the home of George
Erayton, 2704 Forty-first avenue S. The bride
wore her traveling gown. The service was
read by Mark L. Daugherty, court commis
sioner. Mr. and Mrs. Scribner will reside in
Balaton, where Mr. Scribner is editor of
the Lyon County Leader. Mrs. Virginia
Plummer and Miss Lydia Plummer of Elk
River and Wallace Hills of St. 'Paul were
present
Miss Mabel M. Stroud and S. W. Streere
were married Saturday evening in the Ven
dome hotel. The service was read by Rev.
Dr. Sample.
Mrs. Charles Tubbs of Portland avenue was
hostess at a parcel shower this afternoon for
Miss Flora K. Hubbell, a bride of next week.
The decorations were in pink and the color
scheme was carried out in the ices and con
fections. Mrs. Tubbs was assisted by Mrs.
9. A. Hubbell and the Misses Kemper and
Tubbs.
The wedding of Miss Kitrena Victoria Kane
f Minneapolis and Colonel S. N. Hawkins
ill take place in St. Charles church Tues
'.ay. Colonel HawkMns is a veteran of the
■ivil war and the oldest practicing attorney
New Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ross gave a reception
nd dancing partj last evening at their homc
n Kenwood for their guests, Mrs. Louise
Bostwick of Port Washington, Wis.; Mrs. B.
3. Curran and Miss Curran of Binghamton,
N*. V., and Guy Ross, who has been attend
g the Chicago University. The decorations
NiciCelplate
307 NICOLLET AYE.
New
Gloria
Patent
Oxfords
Heavy extension welt soles, on
the "Juno" and Swagger toes;
handsomest and most stylish
Oxfords, only
$3.50
were in pink and white and a profusion of
reonies were used with ferns. Mr. and Mrs.
Ross and their guests were assisted in re
ceiving the seventy-five friends by Mr. and
Mrs. A. Abbott of Sandwich, 111. Mrs. Bell
played for dancing and supper was served
at a late hour.
Miss Hill of St. Paul entertained last even
ing for Miss Grace Norton, who leaves short
ly for Portland, Me. The decorations were
palms and white carnations, with roses In
the dining-room. A cluster of red roses was
fastened to Miss Norton's chair. A string
orchestra played for dancing. The Misses
Norton, Grace West, Edith Murwell and Hor
ton of Winona assisted in receiving. To-mor
row Miss West will give a luncheon for Miss
Norton and Miss Horton.
Mrs. A. D. Mead entertained informally re
cently for Miss Pearl Benham, a bride of
next week. The decorations were in green
and white. Miss Grace Benham assisted
Mrs. Mead and Miss Benham in receiving.
Miss Bessie Henderson of 18 Highland ave
nue entertained a group of young friends at
a chocolataire Tuesday. Miss Charlotte Ship
ley of Cincinnati was the guest of honor.
The rooms were adorned with ferns and
pink carnations.
Miss Tina Ehrig of Hawthorn avenue en
tertained twelve friends Tuesday afternoon
for her guest, Miss Gertrude Hoehne of
Stillwater.
Personal and Social.
Miss Marie Larpenteur is visiting Mrs. J.
Lefebvre. in St. Paul.
Hamilton Lawrence leaves this evening for
Manila, where he will engage in the practice
of law.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Holy Trinity
church will give a social on the church lawn
this evening.
Mrs. L. J. Templeton leaves to-night for
Richmond, Ind., where she will visit her pa
rents for a short time.
Pinkham lodge. No. 393. I. O. G. T., will
srive an ice cream social at 2908 Sixteenth
avenue S. Monday evening.
Mrs. Charles James Dear of London, Eng.,
is spending the summer with her sister, Mrs.
Luther Farrington at Kenwood.
The Zimbere Zinta Club will meet at the
home of Miss Irma Nye, 2117 Lyndale ave
nue N, Saturday evening, June 29.
The young women of the Lydia Club of
Augustana church entertained their men
friends at Minnehaha Falls yesterday.
The Fortuna Euchre Club will be enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Gus Dowdal!, 611
Fremont avenue N, to-morrow afternoon.
Mrs. Genevieve Greaves, of 2510 Bryant ave
nue S. has returned from an extended visit
in Illinois, Pennsylvania and New York.
Little Lucia Smith, the 4-year-old daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith, of Camden
Place, is recovering from a serious attack
of diphtheria.
The Hebrew Ladies' Zion Society of North
Minneapolis will hold its first annual picnic
Sunday at Thirty-fourth street and Colfax
avenue N. Music will be furnished.
The ladies of the Bloomington Avenue M.
E. Church will give an ice cream social oil
the church lawn this evening. An orchestra
will be in attendance and furnish music.
An ice cream social will be given Tuesday
evening, on the lawn of A. C. Stevens, Twen
ty-third avenue and Polk street NE, for the
benefit of the Bethany Congregational church.
Mrs. Helen Page Bates, of Unity Settle
ment, left last week for the east. Mrs.,
Bates will address the College Settlement As
sociation at Wellesley collet, on commence
ment day. She will be absent about a month
and will visit the settlements in Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, making Denison
House, Boston, her headquarters.
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Clnb Calendar.
FRIDAY—
Frances Neal W. C. T. U. and Eighth
Ward W. C. T. U., Minnehaha Falls, 3 p. m.
. Friday Afternoon club, Mrs. W. R. Miller,
Crystal Bay, leave union station 9:15 a. m.
Missionary societies of the First Presby
terian church, church parlors, 3 p. m.
Club Notes.
The missionary societies of the First Pres
byterian church will unite in holding their
June meeting in the church parlors, to-mor
row, at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Wachter, who has
lust returned from Siam, will be present.
The third annual picnic of Frances Neal
W. C. T. U. -will be held at Minnehaha park
to-morrow afternoon. Members cf sister
unions will be guests of honor.
This evening, members of Minnehaha, Sat
terlee. Pinkham, Enigheden and other Good
Templar lodges in the city will visit Victory
lodge, No. 5, at Hopkins. Cars will leave
for Hopkins at 7:25 and 8:25 p. m., at Twenty
ninth street and Hennepln avenue.
NORTHWESTERN WEDDINGS
Fargo, N. D., June 20.—Miss Jessie Miller
and Will Cloutier were married yesterday.
The bridegroom is a former Minneapolis man.
Mr. and Mrs. Cloutier went to Buffalo on
their wedidng trip.
Hastings, Minn., June 20.—Miss Emma H.
Nelson and Charles V. McDowell of Marshall,
Minn., were married last evening.
Miss Elsie O. Humm and Charles Hankes
were married Monday evening by Rev. J.
W. Stebbins.
NtirMins Mothers
And persons recovering from fever will
gain greatly in strength and vigor by
taking Malt-NutHne—the Food Drink.
Prepared only by the Anheuser-Busch
Brewing association, St. Louis, U. S. A.
See Journal's Real Estate Saturday for
exceptional opportunities in Real Estate.
Mrs. Charles Smith of Jimes, Ohio,
writes: I have used every remedy for
sick headache I could hear of for the past
fifteen years, but Carter's Little Liver
Pills did me more good than all the rest.
Lake Park Hotel Opening.
Account of the above the Minneapolis &
St. Liouls R. R. will have special train
leaving Tonka Bay 11:30 p. m., Saturday,
June 22d.
? Yon Sell Real Estate
If you advertise in the Journal w«.nt».
I Figprunel
1 Samples of FIGPRUNE are now being dis- 1
§1 tributed in this city and we trust every 1
will try the new food beverage ' M
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i These Grocers sell it 1
||| P. G. Hanson, 404-406 2d ay S. Sampson Bros., Excelsior. G. P. Libby, 3051 4th ay S. W$
HH'C. S. Brackett, 28-32 6th 8t S. A. B. Show, Excelsior. -~ -. - -'•-- Charles Lundstrom, 8224 4th ay S. M
H§ J. J. Cramer, Grant and Nicollet ay. Ge»- Raitz & Son. Excelsior. . E/Gustafson, 3301 4th ay S. jm
m Hall & Wilkes 1621 Nicollet ay Wm- Bushnell, Wayzata. Beattle & Clark, 3342 Chicago ay. &M
Mpa 1 , M o«« If o C - C- Lutzl - 2429 Bloomington ay. s- Carlson, 2701 Chicago ay. ffl
|'|[ *• A. Malmquist, 2016 Wash, ay S. j. j. Young, 2700 17th ay.• - ■ Remole & Olson, 1101 E 24th st. Wt
g|r Grant Bros., 2229 Washington ay S. Swan A. Peterson, 2747 Bloom'gton ay. D- MacDennid, 2701 Bloomington ay. ■
gg§! Fred Peterson, 613 Oak st SE. Christian Sholl & Co., 1501-03 Lake 6t s- H- Thurston, 2501 15th ay S. kj|l
||| J. H. Jackson, 800 Washington ay. SE. John A. Swanson, 2837 Chicago ay. c Dean & Co., 3155 Bloomington av.l|2J
pi Danielson & Anderson,Bl4 Wash.av.SE. M. C. Wolfram, 3500 Chicago ay. E. A. Peterson, 3225 Cedar ay. ,i-...,:„[ 1
Bffl.J.W., Patten, Merriam Park. . T. B. Donaldson, 2120 4th ay. - E- M. Colb, 3401 Cedar ay. V ;i
M|C. W. Meneilley, 417-419 14th ay SE. Webster & Collins, 3638 Stevens ay. °- Qua*e. 3341 Longfellow ay. B
KS Allen Bros., 1043-1045 Raymond ay. C. A. Chilberg, 208 W 32d st. J- F- Main & Co., Cedar and Lake ay. ■
H'Fred A. Benjamin, 519-521 14th ay SE. D. D. Robins, 340 E 32d st. H- G- Child, 570 6th ay N. ffi
Wt White & Boyum,' 403 14th ay SE. Ludlow Bros., 201 W 31st st ' J- Kistler, 635-637 6th ay N. Wk
WL J. P. Steele, 429 14th ay SE. W. C. Campbell, 572 6th ay N. Reilling & Mitby, 714 6th ay N. §|
HH J. P. Kinkel, 701 Hennepin ay. H. H. Bennett, 2708 Grand ay. - - . Johnson & Peterson, 1250 6th ay N. 1 1
W. W. ; Crandall & Co., 728 Hen. ay. Minn. Butter & Egg Co:, 708 Hen. ay. Joseph Steffel, 1701 6th ay N. • B
EM Cameron & Miller, 917 Nicollet ay. R. A. Pike, 3402 University ay. Siems & Co., 2117 6th ay N. i£i
p| M. H. Harris, 1001 Nicollet ay. F. H. Aldrich, 318 W Lake st. Swanson Paulson Co., 1830 Western ay. gll
fm A. F. Kruger, 41 11th. st S. J. M. Place, 1523 E Lake st. Carlson Bros., 1600 sth ay N. fm
Ejl.H. O. Parkhurst, 1408-1410 Hen. ay. Julius Stougaard, Merriam Park. M- J-'lnveen, 1800 Western ay. Jm
|H J. C. Hubbell, 1502 Hennepin ay. Midway Grocery Co., 1939 Univ'sity ay. Anderson & Hoban, 808 Western ay. I§l
n H. W. Leigh, 1025 Harmon place. W. H. Rogers, Grant and Nicollet. . . V..A. Jacobs, 1230 Western ay. lv|
HI L. A. Smith, 1101 3d ay S. F. F. Ayer, 994 15th ay SE. N- Olson, 1306 6th ay N. «;''-■:
C. C. Mumm, 1831 4th ay SE. Larrabee Bros., 813 4th st SE. M- H- Johnson, 800 11th ay. N. »**]
sa Carroll J. Crooker, 1925 4th ay SE. John Postel, 423 Washington ay S. Scofleld & Allen, 1501 20th ay. Ifj
Lewis & Bergert, 2007 4th ay SE. K. Aslesen, 509-511 Washington ay S. F- w- Krantz, 2002 James ay N. 19
Wg£ H. M. Pryts, 506 4th ay SE. A. C. Norman, 1025 Washington ay S. William Leisen, 2000 Crystal Lake ay. ■
Eg C. J. Johnson, 3446 Chicago ay. John O. Bjornstad, 255 Cedar ay. J- M Dodgson, 2024 Crystal Lake ay. Hi
Hans A. Shol, 2845 Chicago ay. Tingdale Bros., 281 Cedar ay. H- D- Schall & Co., 2112 Crystal ay. I|}
gg C. T. Frear, 752 E Franklin ay. Wood Bros., 1808 Riverside ay. R. A. Fletcher, 928 sth st N. lii
H|"D..'H. Thornton, 18th and Chicago ay. Brastad & Dyste, 2129 Riverside ay. H- J- Dahn, 512-514 Plymouth ay. l-ri
fm J. C. Youngdahl, 603 Bth ay S. Twin City Tea Co., 2012 Riverside ay. c- L. Mengelkoch, 329 Plymouth ay. Mi
IS Johnson Bros. & Co., 928 6th st S. M. C. Rasmussen, 2428 Riverside ay. J- A- Doll & Son; 309 Plymouth ay. BW
WM J. K. Johnson, 1126 6th st S. A. G. Johnson, 2832 Riverside ay. A- F- Ostlund, 703 6th ay N. . 188
KM Skooglund & Holmquist, 1200 6th st S. Hamstsd & Johnson, 617 22d ay S. H- D- Toy, 1729 Washington ay N. l§|!
Fred Davis, 1419 Bth st S. R. M. Chapman, 732 Nicollet. A. Peterson, 1515 4th st N. W*
Nelson & Co., 808 16th ay S. :'H. A. Child, 1026-1028 Hennepin ay. Hoban & Dahlst, 428 18th ay N. .. US
KM C. Mueller. 1329 4th st S. Waldron & Co., 2600 Lyndale ay. Ttaralson & Grotte, 70(7 20th ay N. . ■
Pearson & Matheson, 831 11th ay S. Lowry Hill Grocery, 1816 Lyndale ay. T. H. Long, 1122 26th ay N. Wi ■
mi R. H. Bain & Co., 601-603 6th ay S. A. M. Olson, 1228 Washington ay S. l- C. Bolser, 2603 Emerson ay N. ■ . ftS
§§a'L- J. Peterson, 1228 Bth st S. F. M. Lyon, 1202 3d ay S. Carlson Bros., 720-722 26th ay N. mi
||1 John Swanson, 2400 E 25-th Bt. C. Filbert, 1422 3d ay S. ' Emil Aubrecht, 3033 Washington ay N.fl
|H L. Swenson, 2519 E 25th at. Myers & Co., 1720 4th ay S. . Peterson & Buckdahl, 2829 Wash, ay N. V
HI Axel Olson, 2700 E 25th st. G. W. Tanner, 1401 4th ay S. A. E. Johnson, 3011 Washington ay N. Iff
§|I Fischer & Wahlund, 2714 E 25th st, T. B. Gilmor, 1709 4th ay S. James N. Giben, 2809 Washington ay N.H
IpH C. O. Strot & Son, 220 26th ay S. Groff & Miller, 26th st and Stevens ay. Russeth Bros., 2401 Washington ay N.ggl
fgj F. M. Carter, 2027 E Franklin. John Powell, 23 E 26th. H. H. Ockwing, 2230 Washington ay NO
|§s| John Langlie, 2001 Minnehaha ay. C. W. Blair & Bro., 26th & Nicollet. C. P. Hunter, 229 7th st SE. §f|
gS| C. Jevne, 904 Minnehaha ay. C. H. Webb, 2917 Pillsbury ay. A. L. Johnson, 800 3d ay SE. j§§
Wffl N. Miller, 1122 7th st S. H. A. Wilson, 28th and Grand ay. P. J. Ryan, 629 Sumner st NE. [" |
JSB 0. P. Holman, 806 10th st S. Leland & Rekdahl, 400 Central ay. S. Dahlberg, 738 Adams st NE. t"-\
Peter Lindblom, 1501 'E' Franklin. Nelson & Ericksen, 425. Central ay. Eng Olson, 1634 Washington st NE. V|
|S| Julian & Julian, 922 E 24th st. ' Erik Hanssen, 507 Central ay. F. Gerboth, 2503 Marshall st NE. B|
p3 L. Johnson, 112 Western ay. C. A. Ekelund, 1854 Central ay. Capitol Grocery Co., 2201 M'sh'l st. NE.B
MI. Cohen, 119 Western ay. . E. F. Thomasen, 1925 Central ay. Alfred Anderson, 1318 Marshall st NE.|§|
jps Market Grocery, 104 Western ay. E. E. Haw, 2026 Central ay. A. Williams, 1003 Main st NE. MM
**|* Adams Grocery Co., 2708 Lyndale ay S. S. S. Haw, 2403 Central ay. P. S. Pasha, 800 Main st NE. Ml
■ Newland & Son, Lake & Lyndale ay S. A. Hickman, 2500 Central ay. A. S. Dworaky, 823 Washington ay N. ■
HI J. Rattray, 703 W Lake st. F. X. Weireter, 2417 Central ay. J. G. Williams,'2ls Washington ay N.§§ .
11l Miller Bros., cor Lake & Hen. ay. C. Fageros, 1830 Quincy st NE. • Benjamin W. Thompson, 812 Nic. ay. g£||
111 M. Igce, 3009 Hennepin ay. S. B. Paulson, 1435 Washington st NE. C. F. Williams, Lynden Hill Grocery. §3|
|p| H. Etken, 3350 Lyndale ay. Broadway Grocery, Adams & Broadway M. W. Simons, 628 Ist ay S. ral
JH Geo. E. Armstrong, 411 W 34th st. C. E. O'Connell, 1500 sth st NE. G. J. Hodges, 7103 10th st S. I; 1
■A. E. Jones, 500 W Lake st. John Milner, 1539 sth st NE. : Charles O. Nelson, 1310 Franklin ay. ■
■B N. M. Eldred, 3100 Findley place. P. A. Kennedy, 1700 N 30th st. Bloomington ay Gro.Co. 2604 Bloom. ffv<^
ga N. Johnson, cor 34th and Nicollet. Geo. L. Dingman, 2501 Central ay. Wheeler Gro. Co., 201 E Lake st. §§1
fesa Koblas & Svec,:Hopkins.- Brown Grocery Co., 2917 Nicollet ay. J. M. Moore & Co., 207 E Lake st. H
J9 Anderson & Bloomquist, Hopkins. A. A. Holmes, 2937 Nicollet. J. P. Johnson, 34 Washington ay S. wj
■ffij P.' O. Swanson, Hopkins. J. Mcßride, 3045 Nicollet. ay. . John C. Sheehan, 224 Henepln ay. ||j
■Wi-llnMu"'J^^/^lM^^^^ Everyone in the house "will enjoy them, from the |||
'Ili/r/iS /^l/r'lllnm^^^^k youngest to the/oldest. They're wholesome as |||
llf ift '' Bti :///' - >we^ delicious, rjust the thing for emergency |||l
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