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Saturday's Sale,
Coffee,
2% lbs Colema Blend, a Mocha and
Java flavor, for 50c
W e ask you to compare this coffee with
any you can buy elsewhere for any thing
near the price.
Rio and Santos, lb 15c
You often pay 20c for no better coffee.
Robal Coffee, lb ii-ic
This is a strong, nch coffee
The justly celebiated Hoffman House 30c
This coffee takes the place of any of
the fancy priced coffees
Morrison's Esparanza, lb . 40c
Shipped dhect to us from plantation.
100 different kinds-, pi ices beerin at 35c
lb., up to the finest Garden-Grown Teas
ever imported.
Our good, wholesome, clean, 16-oz
loaf Bread 4c
Thick, I ich Apple Pies, each 12c
English Fiuit Cake, each 10c
Boda Crackers, lb 6%c
Ginger Snaps, lb 3c
Either Telephone 333
Teas.
Bakery.
Candy Dainties.
Chocolate Creamsothers ask you
30c and 35c lb : our price foi Satur
day onlv lb
Chief) Flakes, something new, lb.
Jersev Cieam Caramels, lb ...
Nut Meats, all kinds, low prices
Best Granulated Sugar, American
cane . $4.68
Flour, Yerxa's Extia. bag $2 00
10 lbs Rolled Oats . 28c
New York Apple Cider, made from
clean, sound apples, gal 20c
Boiled Cider, quart 20c
10-lb sack new Buckwheat Flour... 35c
Maple Syrup, in 1-gal. tins, (we ha\e
other grades)
New Mixed Nuts, good, lb
New English Walnuts, lb
(We have lower grades )
Brazil Nuts Chestnuts, Almonds,
Svmina Figs, very fancy.
Fancy California Figs, lb j)c
New Dates, lb CC
New Clover Honev, comb 17c
Good Brick Cheese, lb lJV^c
Shredded Wheat, package lOc
Quaker Oats, package f|C
Cabbage, each 2c
Oyster Plant, each 2C
Fresh Spinach, peck 7C
Crisp Celery, doaen 15r
Cauliflower, \ery fine, each 8c
Mexican Sweet Oranges, dozen 20o
Cooking Pears, peck 35
Lemons, dozen 12c
Quinces, dozen [ 35C
Tallman Sweet Apples, peck 40c
Chestnuts, per lb 10c
Cape Cod Cranberries, quart 8c
vVax or String Beans, lb 9
Brussels Sprouts, quart 15C
Young Turkeys 12%c
Spring Chickens [ 1
Hens Gfese ,..12Vfcc
Sirloin Stesdt ...12^c
Best Round Steak 10C
Choice Shoulder Steak g
Hamburger Steak ' 8C
Rib Roast, rolled 10c ana 12%c
Pot Roast 6c, 7c and 8c
Rib Boiling Beef
Pork Chops [\ i
Pork Loin Roast ...'.'. lie
Pork Shoulder '...'.'.'. 10c
Pork Sausage, our own make .' ioc
teg of Lamb
Leg of Mutton 10C
Shoulder of Lamb " io
Lamb Stew ' ['
W e have Jones' Dairy Farm Sausage.
%f %0 f ( L i Suitable for Stoves,
fMnm^aa Ranges or Furnaces
v *... , W11 keep fire all night,
icon can see this coal burn at our store.
SULLIVAN COAL CO.
)f frss and make spectacles that fit.
te JOURNAL WANTS BRING "BIZ'
riarket.
628 First Ave. 8 .
Over One Thousand
E. E. OSTREM,
Crown Pianos
Have now been sold in Minneapolis, Ask any one
of the enthusiastic owners as to the genuine worth
and merit of this popular make. Facts carry a
weight and eloquence that command attention.
W e have in stock today four Crown Pianos that
have been in use from three to six months on
which we can make a discount of $T5 to SlOO from
regular prices. They are in almost perfect condi
tion. Terms cash or 9 8 to 910 a month.
FOSTER & WALDO,
40 Filth Street South, corner of NleelleU
OPTICIAN,
320 Nicollet Av., Upstairs.
If your head aches, eyes
water, stent blurs, call
and see me. 1 examine
75c 17c
18c
new
FRIDAY EVENING,
SPECIAL
Great Clearance Sale of Well
Known Popular Brands of Cigars
at HALF PRICE.
Geo. W. Childs oc Cigar,
each 2^c
(Limited Sale.)
Cremos Cigar, 8 for.........
Manuel Lopez, dear Havana
Cigar
La Principe de Bayarnon,
Porto Eico Cigar, regular
5c, 10 for 25c
El Coronado, 10c Key West
Cigar, 4 for 25c
Regaila Vuelta, 10c Cigar, 4
for 25c
La Camelia, clear" Havana,
iar^e Cigar, 8 f6r 25c
Kirkland, box of 50 cigars..$1.25
Prize Crop, box of 50 cigars. 1.25
El Pabellon, box of 50 cigars 1.00
Speckled Trout, box of 50
cigars 75c
Seal of North Carolina
Smoking Tobacco, 1 -lb.
box. regular 70c 60c
|-lb. box, regular, 35c, ^ 30c
Duke of York, 5c packages.
7 for 25c
[Union Label.]
Sam and John, 5c pkg, 6 for 25c
20c ISc
c
C
AN INFRINGEMENT SUIT
10C
A Philadelphia Company Seeks to Douse
St. Paul's Glim on an Infringe
ment Deal.
Suit was begun yesterday in the United
States circuit court at St Paul by the
Philadelphia Globe Gas Light company of
Philadelphia to enjoin the saintly city
from using 2 500 gasolene burners in
stalled recently by the Cleveland "Vapor
Light company. The bill asks for a per
manent injunction against the Cleveland
manufacturers of these incandescent gas
olene burners to prohibite the infringers
from making, using or selling any of the
burners An injunction is also sought
against the city to prevent its using the
burners until it has made a settlement
with the plaintiff. Damages are claimed
to the amount of $50,000 In addition to
three times the profits alleged to have
been made by the manufacturers of the
lamps.
The plaintiff is represented by John R
Bennett of New York and A. C. Paul of
Minneapolis.
c
5 c
l c
12*Ac
c
5 c
SALE OF STUMPAGE
The State Auditor VviU Hold One Next
WednesdayTerms of
Sales.
Next Wednesday State Auditor Dunn
will conduct a sale of state stumpage at
the capitol. The stumpage will be sold
at- auction, the purchaser depositing 25
p^r cent of the appraised value of the
timber. Permits are issued for logging
the timber, which must be taken out
within two years. The trac ts listed for
sal contain about 85,000.000 feet of pine,
450,000 feet of cedar, 16.000 tamarack ties,
25,ft')0 cedar ties, 23,000 cedar posts and
2,000 cords of spruce.
25c
THE CITY
New pictures at The Beard A rt com
pany's, 6:24 Nicollet avenue.
Fine 60-cent Chrj santhemum Plants for
35c to-morrow onlj. Nagel, 818 Nicollet. ^
Fine silk petticoats, manufacturers'
samples, way under price, at Goodfellow's
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday.
Flowers for funerals and all other pur
poses shipped to all parts of the north
west. Mendenhall, florist, 37 Sixth st S.
Subscribe for all magazines, papers, etc ,
and get your binding done at Century
New Store, 6 Third street S, near Hen
nepin av.
Warren C Jones, a 'man of the world,"
was convioted in municipal court yester
day on a chatge of furnishing liquor to a
minor girl. Judge Dickinson sentenced
him to sixty days in the woikhouse. He
seemed a stay of ten days.
The stone foundation of the Pillsbury
memorial fence at the university is now
in, and work on the superstructure will
begin immediately. The original plans for
the work have been enlarged and the
fence will be extended to a point on Uni
versity avenue, opposite the north en
trance to the armory. Work has also
been started on the large ii on archway
which will span both of the walks at
the entrance to the campus.
The Commercial club directors are to
be elected the e\ening of Nov. 10. The
following members have been suggested
for election: John H Rihildaffer, F C.
Campbell, Warren M. Horner, W. C. Mai
shall, I.. Fink, C R. Fowler, H. L. Je n
kins, F R. Salsbuiy, Ii. L.. bongbrake,
Arth ur J. Dean, A. C. Paul, Henry
DeutbCh, E C Best, W. F . Bechtel, M.
F. Lenox, S. M. Yale, W. P. "Devereaux,
J. L. Harper, S. G. Palmer, William A.
Kerr, T. W Stevenson, A. H. Hopkins and
Ei nest F . Smith.
5c
MinnesotaPossibly showers and warmer
to-night and Saturday, except snow flur
ries and colder in northwest portion Sat
urday increasing southerly winds. Wis-
consinFair to-night possibly followed
by showers Saturday in west portion ris
ing temperature brisk southerly winds.
Upper MichiganPartly cloudy to-night
and Saturda y, warmer increasing south
erly winds. IowaThreatening with
probably showers Saturday and in west
portion to-night warmer to-night and in
east portion Saturday cooler in north
west portion Saturday southerly winds.
North DakotaRain turning to snow and
much colder to-night and Saturday winds
shifting to brisk and high northeily.
South DakotaRain to-night turning to
snow and much colder Saturday southerly
winds shifting to brisk and high north
erly Saturday. MontanaSnow to-night
and Saturday much colder winds shift
ing to high northerly.
"Something Doing," Hoff's Shirt Sale, $1.
"They must go." Hoffman's Toggery Shop
TOWN TAIiK
"A Rush to Hoff's for Shirts, $1."
"We do biz"Hoffman's Toggery Shop.
THE WEATHER
The Predictions.
PLACE-HUNTERS TURN NOW
Mayor-Elect Haynes Busy Dodging
"The Man Who Elected Him."
Mayor-elect James C Haynes is already
dodging patronage hunters. They pounce
down on him in shoals. So fierce is the
onslaught that Mr. Haynes will be com
pelled to leave the city in order to recu
perate from the eeffcts of a long \nd
arduous campaign.
Unless Mr. Haynes utterly demoralizes
the excellent police force which Acting
Mayor D. P. Jones, and Superintendent B.
F. Waite are trying to build up, he will
have very few plums to distribute. His
only personal appointments will be -the su
perintendent of police and a private sec
retary. Naturally he will have a hand in
nami ng various officials and will be able to
place a considerable number of the faith
ful as inspectors. There is not a demo
cratic worker in the city who does not
consider himself entirely capable of look
ing after the sidewalks, bicycles, licenses,
pawnbiokers or of doing duty as patrol
drivers, jailors, telephone operators or
even of walking beats.
Among those said to be slated for posi
tions on the police force are Frank L.
Stetson, Frank McDonald, Patrick Calla
han all of whom are mentioned for chief.
Al Williams and Captain Henry L. Getchel
are also mentioned in this connection, but
the appointment of either is considered
very unlikely.
CAME ON "THE NORTH STAR"
Roekford, 111., Editors Try M. &. St.
L.'s New Train.
"The North Star Limited," the palatial
express train with which the Minneapolis
& St. Louis and Illinois Central roads
have materially shortened their twin city
Chicago service, brought a quintet of well
known Roekford, 111., "men into Minne
apolis yesterday. The new train means
much for Roekford and all other points
along the ,route. This fact is thoroughly
appreciated by the quartet of newspaper
men and one railroader, who took advan
tage of the road's invitation to make the
tour of inspection and discover how dis
tance between Roekford and Minneapolis
is annihilated by the flyer. The visitors
returned last evening.
In the party were Howard Hilton, pro
prietor of the "Roekford Republic " Ferd
Stedlnger, proprietor of "The Germania,"
Rosecoe Chapman, business manager of
the "Morning Star"W . E. Zuppann, reg
ister of the "Gazette" staff, and Ed
Brown, former mayor of Roekford, now
general agent of the Illinois Central road
at Rockfoid.
Merry Maidens, at the Dewey.
^Cent's County Council has decided that
baby carriages should carry lights at night,
as the language of the statute regulating
the lighting of vehicles is general enough
to cover perambulators.
NEXT WEEK.
SEE PERFORATED ASPHALT
Fort Dodge, Iowa, Citizens Here to Look
at Varieties of Street
Paving.
A party of Fort Dodge. Iowa citizens
and officials* arrived in the city yester
day for the purpose of studying paving in
Minneapolis. They are especially inter
ested in asphalt. Fort Dodge has_ con
siderable brick paving, but a general de
sire for asphalt has been manifested, and
it is to determine whether or not asphalt
Is a desirable pavement in northern cities,
that the junket is undertaken.
In the party are Mayor S. J. Bennett,
City Engineer Charles H. Reynolds, Coun
cilmen J. J. Barton, L. Fessler, A. M. Gor
don and John Huge, G. F . Rankin, A. G,
Schill, J. C. Wildberger and W. W. Har e.
THOMPSON KEWARDED
He Will Be Deputy Under the New
State AuditorDouglas Re
tains Staff.
Formal announcement was made yes
terd ay by S. O. Iverson, state auditor
elect, that he would appoint A. "W.
Thompson of Preston, Fillmore county, as
his deputy. Mr. Thompson is a brother
of Senator R. E. Thompson. H e was a
boyhood friend of the new auditor and
conducted his campaign for the nomina
tion.
Attorney General Douglas announced
that he would* make no changes in his
office force. W. J. Donahower of St. Paul
and C. W. Somerby of Minneapolis ai*e
his assistants, and Lucy F . Hatch sten
ographer.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
W.D. INFAVORAGAIN
Business Relations Renewed -Be-
tween the Telegraph Co. and
Chamber of Commerce.
Neither Side Will Announce
Terms of 1 he Restored
COMPLIMENTS FOR THREE
The Wall Street Journal Throws
Entente Cordial. ,
The war is over at the chamber of com
merce and the Western Union Telegraph
company is back on the floor and doing
a regular business a-t the old stand. All
is peace and harmony where only yester
day the battle was. on.
When tiading began this morning, the
members were as much surprised to find
the Western Union in the old place as
they were to find it gone on Monday last.
Up to the close of business yesterday
there was no more prospect of a settle
ment than there was on Monday. But
late in the afternoon a communication
passed between the northwestern superin
tendent of the telegraph company and
the president of the chamber, and this,
followed up by a meeting, led to a speedy
adjustment of the trouble.
No sooner had the settlement been made
than a foice of electricians came on
'change and, working thiough the, night,
placed the instruments, "hooked up" and
tested them, and all was ready lor the
opening this morning.
Neither Secretary Rogers nor a ny of the
officeis will say what the terms of settle
ment were. Whether the initiative came
from the chamber of from the Western
Union is not known, but the chamber
stood practically by its first proposition,
and the concessions, while mutual, were
more on the side of the telegraph com
pany than on the part of the chamber.
The Western Union has a much larger
space on the floor and will employ a
larger force than In the old room. Count
ing every one, from the manager to the
messengers, the company will have thirty
five people on the floor to handle the
business.
Nice Bouquets at Three Form-
er Minneapolitans.
The Wall Street Journal compliments
three former twin city men. It gives as
its reason for the belief that the Atchi
son will materially better Its 1902 trans
portation figures in the next few months
the fact that J. W. Kendrick, who is In
charge of operation as vice president,
understands transportation problems as
well as most people in the railroad busi
ness, as his record on the Northern Pa
cific shows.
In regard to the Brooklyn Rapid Tran
sit it says:
"The new officials who were brought
from St. PauJ last summer (Dow Smith
and J. F . Calderwood.) are understood to
be effecting Important changes in operat
ing methods, and it is believed will in
time succeed in reducing operating ex
penses considerably wjthaut materially
curtailing the freqi\encj( of the car serv
ice. Twin City RapJcI Transit methods
can compare favorably wi th those of a ny
other street railway, system in the United
States, and tftese -are being introduced
in Brooklyn, the new officials having long
occupied imporfant'fttfsitions on the twin
city lines."
H. BOCKERSON OBJECTED
He Resisted Arrest Claiming Right
to See Warrant, Just Out
of "The Works."
Harry Bockerson, against whom it is
said an indictment has been found for
malicious destrictuon of property, was
brought in from the workhouse this
morning and lodged in the county jail.
His departure from Superintendent Mac
Donald's hotel was somewhat exciting.
Bockerson's time at "the works" was
up this morning but when the "black
maria" arrived upon the scene he was
oi dered to get into it. This he refused to
do, stating that he wanted to see the
warrant first.
"Never mind about the warrant. You
climb into that wagon and do it quick!"
ordered one of the workhouse attendants.
Bockerson still refused, whereupon he
was picked up and thrown unceremoni
ously into the conveyance. H e fought
desperately, but once inside, the driver
showed him a bench warrant issued out
of the district court, and after that he
made no further i-esistance. H e will be
arraigned later.
The law says that in such cases a man
has a right to see a warrant for his arrest
before he is placed iii custody.
MR. RICHTER WILL APPEAL
Will Endeavor to Secure New Trial of
Libel Suit.
Louis Rlchter is preparing to appeal
his case against the "North and "West," In
which he sought to recover damages for
libel, the jury having returned a verdict
for the defendant. The preliminary step,
a formal motion for a new trial, will be
made to-morrow morning. Mr. Richter
was a Presbyterian minister. Being with
out a church he entered the employ of the
Minneapolis Brewing company, for which
he prepared pamphlets in defense of the
moderate use of liquor. The North and
West, in commenting upon the matter,
called him a "Judas," and declared he
had violated his priestly vows.
SHIES AT JUDGE M'GEE
Joseph Cohen Files an Affidavit of
Prejudice.
In all probability Judge Elliott will pre
side at the Joseph Cohen trial, which has
been set for Nov. 17, and which, the
county attorney says, will surely be begun
at that time. Cohen has filed an affi
davit of prejudice against Judge Mc Gee
and consequently the case must be sent
to some other judge. It is hinted that
this course will be followed by other
municipal offenders in order to get their
cases tried before some judge other than
Judge McGee, who has charge of the
criminal calendar this teri.
GRAND JURY AT WORK
The Bond Case Before ItDr. Cohen a
^ Witness.
The grand jury met this morning and
at once began work on jail cases that
have accumulated during' the recess.
Among the cases considered was that
against Dr. Bond, against whom com
plaint of malpractice has been lodged.
Dr. Cohen was called as a witness this
morning, but he merely testified in the
Bond case.
Desertion 'Charged. t
Mary T. McCullough has begun * suit for
divorce from Alekander D. McCullough,
to whom she was married at Hudson,
Wis., nine years ag9, and who, she says,
has deserted her. Slie asks that the
court give h er the custody of their 5-year-
old son. . ' ,.
INTENDED AS A COMPLIMENT.-
Chicago Pofet.
Tbe.fp were dininjr out.
"But Henry," she protected, "you know you
shouldn't drink coffee at night. It keeps you
awake."
"Oh, well," he replied, with a polite bow to
the hostess, "this coffee won't."
Saturday's special Bargains,
the
Department Housefuralshing Sundries, Fifth Street and First Avenue Entrances.
METROPOLITAN
Your Credit Is Good at the New England.
Special Sale
Wood Heaters.
50 "LEADER" AIR-TIGHT HEAT-
ERS, with Cast Iron Tops. Polished
Blue Steel Body, Lined Throughout,
with boCh Upper and Lower Drafts
regularly $7.50 Saturday $5.75
500 LUNCH BOX
JARS,, like pic-
tures, with new
Patent Top reg
ularly 10 cents
Saturday 5c
Gas Globes.
500 REGULAR 35-
CENT GAS
GLOBES, Satur-
day, each 19o
AMIJSEMENTS
To-night, Matinee Tomorrow,
"Greatest Comedy Success of the Times."
CHARLES FKOHMAN PttKSENTS
WM. H. CRANE
AND AN ADMIRABLE COMPANY IN
DAVID HARUM
SUNDAY EZRA KENDALL
LYCEUM
FERRIS STOCK CO., In
Hi TW O onini
Matinee Tomorrow 2:30
Sunday "THE CRUCIFIX"
Meats and Poultry "eta,,o
THE REIGNING FADS
In the East and Europe are Pearls and Diamods monted In
every conceivable form. We have prepared ourselves Im thla
line to supply the great demand, and have one of the finest
collection of Pearls of every tint and shape In the West. Our
Immense Diamond stock also contains gems of all sizes and
colors, from the beautiful blue gem to the fine brown and
canary colors. We are specialists of odd pieces and have
many original designs and combinations strictly our own,
and find they appeal to the best tastes.
Central Market Meat Co.
Fowls, dressed
Springs, "
Hens, "
Turkeys, "
IVES' ICE CREAM.
TUTTI-FRUTTI, COFFEE AND
CHERRY ICE.
City and Country Orders Promptly Filled, Orders Delivered Sunday.
Telephones: N. W..E312.
T. C , 6194.
Winter Popula r Meat Sale T
9 and 11 SOUTH 3rd ST. We give Green Trading Stamps.
J. B. HUDSON & SON,
4 5 and 4 8 Central Market. Telephone 1486.
SPECIAL BRICK
MEATS LOWER THAN EVER KNOWN
Large Receipts of Meats & Bi g Reduction I n Prices
The Weather, Prices, Quantity, Quality, Service and Assort-
ment are Sufficient Reasons for you to Buy your MEATS at .
TH E PROVISION C O
WISCONSIN
VZ?..?*Z?. BULK OYSTERS J^S&g^^r^rrr!: *Oo Qumrt
Very Choice Dairy, 5-lb. jars....#f. 2 0
Good Table Butter, Mb. jars $1.16
Good Dairy Butter, 5-lb. jars.. ..01.OO
ON SATUR-
DAY W E -
WILL SELL
60 "STAR
CORAL"
WOOD
HEATERS
LIKE PIC-
TURE, ha v-
ing Cast Iron
Tops and
Bottoms,
constructed with Boiler
3teel Sides,
Front Feed
Door, Nickel
Plated Fen-
lers, Screw
Draft and
3wing Top,
tvith hand-
some Urn
egularly $12.
Saturday,
S9.T5
flatlnees Tuesdays,
Thursdays,Saturdays
Ives Ice Cream Co.
NOVEMBER 7, 1902.
"Welsbach " Specials.
"A-1" BURN-
ERS regularly
25 cents Satur-
day 18c
MICA CHIM-
NEYS regularly
15 cents Satur-
day 10c
"RIVAL" REG-
ULAR 25 CENT
MANTLES
Saturday,
3 for 25o
CAP MANTLES,
regularly 25
cents Satur-
day 20c
WirCA SMOKE
CANOPIES
regularly 20
cents Satur-
day 15c
Jardinieres and Fernerie s.
7-INCH REGULAR 30-CENT DECO
RATED JARDINIERES Satur
day 15 cents
6-INCH FERNERIES, with Lining
regularly 25 cents Saturday..15 cents
Regarding Terms oi Payment
FURNITURE- & CARPET CO.
L. N. SCOTT.
Managaiv
If you havo been a resident of Minne
apolis for anj length of time, you need
no Information in the matter of where
jour Credit is most good.
If jou are a newcomer, we wish to
inform jou that jou can get at the New
England any accommodation you may re
quire, and not only accommodating
Terms, but Ilousefurnishings In such as
sortment and of such dependable quality
and at such moderate prices as will
more than satisfy you.
Ths Ono-Prlo* Complete HouiefurnUhers.
Fifth St., Sixth at. and First Ave, South
BIJOU
Only
Three
Times
More?
Next Week Eugenie Blair In "Zaza"
Evenings
nEWET! Matinee Dally.
* ^ THEATRE 1 Evening s at 8 : 15
10c
25o 50c
Matinees
10c
25c
SI9 NICOLLET AVE.
..7
12e
COMPLETE GAS PORTA-
BLES regularly
$2.25 Satur-
day $1.50
AMUSEMENTS
Harry Bryant's
BURLESQUERS.
World's Premier Magician.
AjjLliAn
Matinee Tomorrow, 2:30
SEATS NOW SELLING.
Next Week-MERRY MAIDENS.
We sell Beef, Hogs,
Mutton and Veal,
9o
13c
Whole, Halves, Quarters,
cut any way you want it.
FOe
R
SUNDAc
Y DESSERT, v
35 JtT.60c
?t
n
REGULAR PRICE 40o PER QUART.
DAIRY CO.
d
at Wholesale
Prices.
DHUn's Hot Chocolate
Dlllin's Hot Chocolat*
DHUn's Hot Chocelato
Dillin's Hot Chocolate
WHia's Hot Chocolate
Its Goodness grows
on you until you
want only
Dilliti's Hot Chocolate
DILLIN
Dru g Co.,
The Drug Center of Minneapolis,
I0l Washington Ave. So.
Garland
The finest line of Steel
Ranges in the Northwest
from $25 up.
Cold - Weather HEATINd STOVES
heat more room on lesa fuel thtft
ordinary stoves.
50 Cook and Heating Stove*, alightly
damaged, to clot* out.
PRICES.
lOo
2ftc 30
213-21S
Second Ave.
South Bast.
H . S. Cleveland
C f Oflt still buys a Mb. Jar of our best Sepata-4
v0 tor Butter. Butter has a4raaeed, but
our price will be the same for Saturday.
Ice Craam-f&SSsS?day'v",u*to
OnequaiJ 3Bo Two quarts
S05 WASHINGTON AVE. -
.
voegeiis4-
MONEY SAVERS
All 10c cigars at 3 for 2 Bo
All 5c cigars at 6 for 2Bo
Leather Purses, Chatelaines,
Hand Bags and other Xmas nov
elties at prices that will make
money for you and business for
Where you buy a $3.00
Chest Protector for....
Millard's Parisian Nail
Enamel is the best
FOR riEN
FOR LADIES
VOEGELI
Country Mail Orders for
all Drug Supplies
promptly filled.
Journal want adt bring beat raaulta. |
One cent a word. j
$2
69c
Storm
Sash
AU {**- **&
10%,kind*
CHEAPER
tfca* laat **.
Oat o*r *letv
CIT Y SASI
4W0RC*.
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