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Double Sable Fox Scarfs, Worth $12 00, Tmmday at $7.50. j j SCXClfl i ClTClCS.
Pearce's
403-405 Nicollet Ave.
New Winter Coats
We have been preparing for many weeks for the cold weather, looking
for the proper styles in Winter Coats. The cold weather iBvpast due,
but the coats are here. It would be wise to make your selections early.
Tuesday we will give you some unusual bargains in the latest styles at
Winter Suits
Two Extraordinary Bargains for TuesdayLong skirted Coats, blouse
or straight front, plain and novelty weaves, made to sell at $25.00 to
to $30.00. You would be the first Tuesday if you knew &1Q 7 fZ
the rest of the story
Tailor-Made Suits
Seventy-five Elegant Winter SaltsMade from Novelty Tweeds,
Broadcloths, Cheviots, and Zibelines, with long or short (27 Cfi
skirts, $50.00 suits at
Silk Waists
Two hundred handsome Crepe and Silk Waists in black and all the
new fashionable shades, made to sell at $7.50. Tuesday d* T fjf)
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New Tweed Coats and Ulsters
Three-quarter and full length, the scarce kind, worth d ^ ff? /)/}
$35.00. Special for Tuesday .pjCO UU
Mankato Club Entertained.
The Mankato club was delightfully en-
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tertained Saturday evening at the home
of Mr and Mrs J H Long. 1318 W Fiank
Hn avenue The ladies of the club spent
the afternoon with Mrs Long The gen
tlemen came in the evening, when an
elaborate supper was served The club
had aa Its guest Mrs F S Allen of Dodse
Center, president of the State Federation
of "Women's Clubs -.At the request of the
club Mrs. Allen spoke at some length of
the work of the federation, telling of its
fiopea and plans for the year There were
CASTOR IA
Iter TufiHfltft and Children.
l b fbi YIB flaw Always Bought
MONDAY EVENING,
$12.50, $19.50, $25, $29.50 and $3$
Fur Jackets
Without exaggeration we believe we" have the greatest variety in the
city, and the prices we know you cannot dupliqate for reliable furs.
These special values for Tuesday: Near Seal Jackets
the $45.00 quality,
at
Electric Seal Jack-
ets$35.00 quality,
at
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$25.00 $37.50
Hudson Bay Otter Jacketsworth $175.00,
at
Other special values in Krimmer, Persian Lamb, Squirrel, Alaska Seal
and Astrakhan.
27-lncm JaekmU,
matin lined, worth
$15.00* Tumaday,
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Home Missionary Annual.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Home Missionary society of the northern
Minnesota confererce of the Methodist
church will be held in Hennepin Avenue
church, beginning to
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
MARRIED 15 YEARS
$8.7S ^
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Mr, and Mrs. T. N. Kenyan Satur
day Evening Celebrated Anni-* T
versary of TJieir Wedding.
Wedding of Miss Frances Agnes
Harmer and Br. C. P. Brig- J
nam To-morrow.*
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Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kenyon cele
brated the fifteenth anniversary of
their marriage Saturday evening at
their home on Cq^tnx avenue S. About
seventy-five guests had been bidden
for cards and the rooms were made
beautiful with a profusion of flowers.
The reception room had White ros.es
and palms for decorations. Pink
flowers were in the music room and
red in the library where carnations
were tucked in the ferns and vines
on the mantel. Red tapers in silver
candlesticks aided in lighting. Mr.
and Mrs. Kenyon w^re assisted in re
ceiving by Mrs. S. A. DeMille, Mrs.
William Egbert of Hudson. Wis , and
Mrs. P. E. DeMille, of Baldwin, Wis.
The guests brought many handsome
pieees of cut glass with them for
Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon. The day also
celebrated the birthday anniversary
of Mrs Kenyon and Mr. Kenyon
gave her a handsome diamond brooch.
Pretty vases and dishes of cut glass
were the appropriate prices for the
crystal party and after the games a
buffet supper was served in the din
ing room. A basket of white chrys
anthemums was in the center of the
table and white tables gleamed among
the green on the sideboard and man
tel.
Present were Messrs. and Mmes. J.
D. McArdle, Fred Young, Carpenter,
Bintliff, Mcintosh, Cootey, Barnard,
Poster, Wagner, Munzer, Pickering,
P. B. Walker, Al Paris, Halnert, Ged
ney, Smith, Partridge, Q. L. Hazer,
Goldsborough, Irving Lawrence, Will
Lawrence, Thomas Pease, Smith Sul
livan, Forester, Moorhead, Levering,
Ludwig, Walker, Sayre, Ford, Egbert,
Snyder, Burroughs, Burt, Gould, Mc
Elroy, Stowell, E d Allen, Martin,
Sayre, C. D. Huyck, Bird, Ludwig and
Thompson.
Near Seal Jackets
Beaver collars, revers
and cuffs,
$45.00
$125.00
About seventy-five guests will attend
the marriage of Miss Frances Agus
Harmer and Dr. Charles Fay Brigham
of St. Cloud, which will take place to
morrow evening at 8 o'clock at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Harmer, 1500 First avenue
S. Dr. Brigham and Miss Florence
Brigham have come from St. Cloud
and to-morrrow morning quite a
group of out of town friends will ar
rive, Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Whiting, Dr.
and Mrs. G. S. Brigham, Mr. and Mrs.
B F . Carter, Dr. Hahnemann of St.
Cloud, Mrs. J. H. Chandler of Fond
du Lac and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kerr
of St. Paul. Frank Brigham of St.
Cloud will be his brother's best man
and Misses Dorothy Humes and Clara
Bertrand will stretch the ribbons
Little Louise Cross will be flower girl.
Dr. Brigham will take his bride for a
trip before they go to St. Cloud to
make their home.
Dr. and Mrs. George O. "Lawton
have announced the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Blanche E. Law
ton, and Warren N. Steele of Rollo,
N. D. The wedding will take place at
the home of the bride's parents ok
Colfax avenue S, on Dec. 9.
The wedding of Miss Rena Juel and
Gus Crosby will take place Tuesday
evening, Nov. 17, at the home of the
bride, 502 Fourteenth avenue S.
Last week Mrs. A. Mortensen and
Miss Clara Crosby gave a parcel
shower for Miss Juel at the home of
the former, 518 Fourteenth avenue
S. Music was a feature of the after
noon and refreshments were served.
Thr were twenty-three guests.
Mrs. Eugene L. Trask has invita
tions out for a large card party to be
given Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 18,
at her home, 1708 Humboldt avenue
S. Mrs Trask will give a second card
party later in the season.
: morrow afternoon at
2 o'clock Supper will be served at C
o'clock and at 8 o'clock Mrs Libbie Allen
of Des Moines will make an address.
There will be an afternoon session on
Wednesday.
. To-morrow evening Mr. and Mrs.
Tue Lambert Scott of Nicollet Island
will celebrate the twenty-fifth anni
versary of their marriage.
CLUB NOTES.
The P B 0 society will meet this erening
with Mrs Wairen Drew 714 E Fourteenth
street
The annual meeting of the board of the Home
for Children and Aged Women will be held to
morrow afternoon at 2 30 o 'clock, in Westmin
ster church parlors Those who are interested
in the home are invited to be present and hear
the reports
The C A Stuart Foreign Missionary society
of Simpson M F church will hold its regular
monthly meeting at thi* home of Mrs. T K
Lees, Fremort ayenue and Lake street, to-mor
row at 3 p m
SOMERBY MAKES VISIT. -
Washington, Nov -9Assistant Attor
ney General Somerby of Minnesota has
gone to Philadelphia to spend a few days
with his mother and will be home (about
the middle of the week
Mrs. Benjamin R. Coppage enter
tained the Monday Card club this
afternoon at her home in Kenwood.
Palms and carnations made a charm
ing decoration thru the rooms.
Euchre was played and the guests
numbered thirty-six.
Miss Susarne Fletcher gave an in
formal dinner yesterday 9* her home
on Tenth street S for Miss Wyman and
her guests Friday afternoon Miss
Fletcher will give a luncheon for Mrs.
Lafayette Lamb of Clinton, Iowa, who
is the guest for a week of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Ilugene J. Carpenter, of Har
mon place. Mr. Lamb has returned
to Clinton.
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Chauncey T*. Lamb gave a charmingly
appointed dinner at their home on
Clifton avenue for Mr. and Mrs. James
Drummond of New Tork. Covers were
laid for tweive and the color scheme
I was in pink.
Miss Eda Shull was the guest of
honor at a pretty dinner which was
given by Mrs. W. P. Wright at her
home on Summit avenue, St. Paul,
Saturday evening. Covers were laid
for twenty and the guests included the
St. Paul debutantes.
Mmes. J. Melvln Scott James
Broadbent and L. M. Holden of Ta
coma, were the guests of honor at a
dinner of twelve covers which was
given yesterday evening by Mrs.
Charles Titter at her home on Chi
cago avenue. The guests of honor
will leave this evening for the west.
Mrs. W. F. Graves of Summit ave
nue, St. Paul, gave a tea Saturday
afternoon, from 4 until 6 o'clock, for
Mrs. Lydia Phillips Williams. Mrs.
Hitqhcock, Mrs. Graves' mother, as
sisted in receiving hd about twenty
five women were present.
Mrs. Edward Langdon of Franklin
Heights entertained Friday afternoon
for Miss Catherine Call of New York,
who has been the guest of Mrs. Harry
Call of the Berkeley. Miss Call left
last evening for the east to Join The
Sweet Girl company, with which she
will play the leading role. r % *
A wedding which united two for
mer residents of Minneapolis took
place Thursday in Allston, Mass-, when
Mrs. Mabel O. Libby and William H.
Emery were married. Mrs. Libby is
a cousin of Mrs. Thomas P. Pease and
formerly lived in SUnnyside. Mr. Em
ery was for a number of years con
nected with the Minnesota Loan and
Trust company and went to Boston as
manager of the eastern office. The
wedding took place at the same time
that Miss Maud Lou Clark of Port
land and Charles C. Bucknam were
married and tKe double ceremony
was witnessed by a large and fash
ionable group of guests. Mrs. Libby
Iwore a handsome gown ot pale-blue
crepe de chine made over taffeta and
ohifton, with yoke and angel sieervea
Boys' School Suits,
Norfolk and two-piece suits reduced from $3 95
and $5. This is a very rare lot of these valuable
and thoroughly reliable suits. It includes every kind
of all-wool fabrics, cheviots and cassimeres predom
inating. They are excellently made and will fulfill
all requirements of style and long service.
Boys' School Suits,
of white chiffon and a bertha of Irish
point lace. Her only ornament was
a sunburst of pearls and diamonds,
the gift of the bridegroom. The little
daughter of the bridegroom, Elinor
Emery, acted as flower girl and car
ried the bride's bdUquet of lilies of
the valley and maidenhair ferns. The
service was followed by a reception
and the appointments and decorations
Were unusually beautiful. Both bridal
couples left for their weddlngUnp in
automobiles Mr. and Mrs. .Emery
will make their home at 72 Gardner
street, Allston, Mass
A wedding of Wednesday was that
of Mtes Clara Palmer and A. R3221 .
Crawford, which took place at the
home of th* bride, 2814 Colfax avenue
N. Miss Florence St. Claire and Her
bert Va'er were the attendants. Pink
and svhue carnations made the rooms
pretty. The bride wore cream cash
men- and her flowers were white
roses. Mi. and Mrs. Crawford will
be at home at 2624 Pillsbury avenue
after Dec. 1. -
Mr and Mrs. C. J. Triggerson gave
a nut part*- at their home, 2200
Bloomington avenue, Friday evening.
The guests numbered 100 and were
the young people of Immanuel Bap
tist church. Tho evening was spent
in playini? -various games, followed by
a short musical piogram. Light re
freshmoms were seived in the din
ing-room. Assisting Mr. and Mrs.
Triggerson ^ete Mrs. E. A. Hastay,
Misses Webster. Haverstock, Bezan
son, Lillian "Vivian, Maud ^Peterson,
Noracon, Phillips and Miss Hubert
Newton and Warren Thompson.
* * - ^PERSONAL AMD SOCIAI..
Rev and Mrs Marion D. Shutter are home
from Washington
Mrs N. B Jordan and Miss Jordan are at
Ferndale, Minnetonka. for a levy days
Mr and Mrs George W Porter are plannWig
to spend the winter in southern California.
Mr and Mrs Fred Sevmour will return from
a two weeks' visit in Chicago Wednesday
Mr and Mrs Andrew \. Scott and Miss
Helen Sqott are at the San Anselo for the win
ter
Mrs Eliza Thompson and Miss Msbell Thomp
son have returned from a visit to the Pacific
coast.
Mrs BnBsell A Calef of Wahpeton N D , is
the guest of her parents, Mr aua Mrs. t
Brackett
Mr and Mrs A N WaJstad htfve gone to
Seattle, Was* . where Mr W Rlstad has accepted
a position
Mrs W F Perkins of Seattle, Wash , is
visiting: Mrs Alexander Highes of 2001 W
Franklin avenue
Mr. and Mrs A H Linton are home from
Chicago and havek as their guest Mrs. Neal Farn
ham of New
Yor
Mrs Eugenia Cogger Rinmont of Chicago is
the guest of Mr and Mrs Lewis W. Camp
bell of Fifth street SE
Monitor hive, No 57, L O T M , will give
a dance in Richmond ball Mcollet avenue ana
Eighth street, Friday evening
Mrs W. W Glenn of Chautauqua N T , is
the guest for the winter of her daughter, Mrs
H. M. Myers, 1510 Hennepin avenue
The Alhambra Euchre club met Friday after
noon with Mrs. Frwjer, 3041 Chicago avenue.
Mmes Hess, Mlsson and Knappep won prices.
Mfnnminlig oeoDle at New York hotels are as
foUowS' ? DS SS T Peebles, Murray Bill, C
[ Frtt Ston* Falls. S D -N"7"e, R H
Warren. DuluthHoffman, J L, Mullin, W. W
Jeffrey. __M
OwinK to the mlsundei standing with regard
to the music for the dandng party given bv
to W^-J^J fl0 18, oot 80. it has beep
decided to giye another party Fridaj evening and
tiokSfs dated Oct 30 will be zood The affair
will % given in Knights of Columbus hall, 322
Nicollet avenue
The annual election of officers of L. P. Plum
mer Social club was held last week at the home
of Mmes. Kennedy and Armstrong and tie fol
lowing were chosen President, Mrs M C.
Ward? vice president, Miss Anna Brayton, secre
tary Mrs. Hattie, Whitelaw, treasurer, Mrs
Agnes Davis. The club will meet Nov, 18 with
Mrs P C. Haxson of Humboldt avenue S
Miss Velma Kluge of 3120 Chicago avenue en
tertained Friday evening in honor of her six
teenth birthdav anniversary. Music and games
were followed by light refreshments. Present
were Misses Mabel Lundahl, Grace McMurphy,
Alice McSarpny, Isabelle Vanstrum, Faith I^eon
ard, Gladys Leonard, Maud Smith, May Paulle,
May Ames, Messrs. Ralph Douglass, Clinton
Smith, Melvto Martin, Arthur Ebtv Joe Halde
man, Clayton Grlswold, Harry Brackett, Russell
McBride and Claire Rossman.
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For Convejoienee^e? Shoppers
In the*up-town district The Journal
has a* branch office in Donaldson's
Glass Blpck in the^oflice in Iront of the
new elevator on the main floor.
Want ads, social items and sub
lacriptions win b received.
Defective Page j
5*^4
iW NOVEMBER 9," 1903
Correct Dress Head to Foot"for Everybody.
Suits and Costumes .
^Here again we wish to remind you of the* exclusiveness of "style
and the originality of ideas presented in Plymouth suits and cos-
tumes the more critical your taste the more you will appreciate
the fact that we are style leaders. * . ' * - . ^ " * - -,
And we are leaders in values as well as stylesthe element of cheap, shoddy or incompetent wprk-
manship is never given consideration. ^ _ i^^jT- " ' ^ *
New showing of suits in velvets, broadcloths, Venetians, corduroys, zibelines, camel hairs and imported
fancy mixtures Every correct shape and shade, some
1,500 suits in upward of 200 distinct style effects, at
Model SuitsAt from $65 to $125. In
these high grade garments we show the most
exclusive ideas. In this showing will be found
a large number of model suits
- $65 to . . .^
Crepe de Chine Costumes150 new
creations produced from our own mate
rialsotherwise the prices would 25
per cent more special
at
Opening of Gage Hats
We have been most successful with this smart street hat and are infbrmed from the headquarters of
the "Gage Bros." that we are their largest dealer in the Northwest Every week we receive a shipment
from them, especially designed for us. This week they made us three dozenhats atafigure, and we giveour
patrons the advantage of it. Hats worth $12 00$6.00 and $7.00. Hats worth $10 00$5.00.
To make this lot complete we will reduce the few of our early
number that we carried over $12.75 reduced to $10.00 and
the $10 75 styles reduced to
$2.95.
$1.65.
Reduced from $2.95.
Only about 200 suils in the lot. All are dark
patterns or blues, in cheviots and cassimeres guar
anteed all-wool, of course.
15he Great PlymovitK Clothing House, Sixth and Nicollet.
For over 20 years the largest business for men and boys, and now, in addition, the largest clothing business for ladies
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Club Calendar.
TUESDAY
Directors of Maternity hospital, at the
hospital, 10 30 a m
Tuesday club, Mrs J B Gilman, Jr.,
1225 Seventh street SE
Board of the Home for Children and
Aged Women, Westminster church pal
lors, 2 30 p m
Ladies* Shakspere club, Mrs Carey
Emerson 2215 Dupont avenue N, aftei
noon
Ramblers' public library building, 10
a m
Pathfinders' club, Mrs A D Webster,
Fourth avenue S, afternoon, U rs
John Falconer, leader.
NINTH DISTRICT ELECTION
Federation Convention at Fergus
Closes Successful Meeting.
Speoial to The Journal.
Fergus Falls, Minn , Nov. 9 The
federation of women's clubs for the
ninth congressional district closed its
fifth annual convention m this city
Saturday afternoon. Mrs L L Bax
ter gave a comprehensive report of
the meeting of the state federation,
and a number of papers were read by
representatives from different clubs,
in line with the studies that have re
cently been taken up by the respec
tive organizations. Mrs C L Hil
ton of the Schumann club of Fergus
Falls told what a musical club could
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FURS
FORH
A will develop your figurebring out all its curves and
gracesaccentuate its natural beauties. The newest Erect Form fi^
ithemadee
s with
extendedy
hip and deep reach over the abdomen with &?
cut so as not to interfere with full freedom of *0
spac between sharpl
movement, For sale by all dealeraway s
Erect Form 919, for fully developed fig
ures. Low bast. Very lopgr over hips
and abdomen. In white and dgab s'
mflr cloth and black sateen.
Sizes 20 to 36
over nips
drab sterl-
Erect Form 929 Long Hip Model
stoutwomen. Has a heavily stitchedl fanr
front over abdomen to holditcheundue- in
stoutness. In white and drab cputiljinj"
Jblack sateen. Sizes 20 to
88.
Erect Form 921 For very heavy
Has fan-front, low bust arid long tup.
Of white coutil and black # 0 A A
iMting-cloth. Sizes a) to 3 9KU
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$25 $35 $45 and $55
Voile CostumesTwo new showings in
exclusive ideasmade especially for us in all
the popular shadings exceptional values
and many new effects at $37.50 ccr
and *5 5 *125
High Art Costumes$50 to $400in laces, velvets,
silks, chiffons, point d'esprit, voiles, crepe, imported fish
net and every correct material. Costumes for the street
as well as the most important functions, this week
at special reductions$50.00 to
$45
Special attention given to small sizes for ladies.
Tuesday and Wednesday.
As to style, materials and workmanship yon will find these hats to be the superior of
anything offered in either the foreign or domestic markets.
In Basement Salesroom.
Ladies' Winter Underwear.
Some very desirable specialsLadies' fine underwear for Tuesday
Ladies' fine wool unionsuits, hand fin
ished, white or gray, $2.50
value at
Ladies' fine silk plated union suits,
white, pink or blue Swiss, $3 50
value at
Ladies' fine maco cottqn uniom
suits, hand finished, pure white.
Ladies' heavy fleeced union suits, QQ-,
silk trimmed VoC
"You've got th best stock in the city," said a lady
customer the other day. That's true our line of Fur
Boas, Muffs, Scarfs, etc., cannot be matched in town.
Call and see. Open evenings. Expert repairing.
701 HENNEPIN AVE.
Beth Phones.
TO
WEAR A. REINER,
accomplish for a community in bring
ing high class musical entertainments
and encouraging the study of music
among the young, especially in the
schools. A paper on "Personal Own
ership of Books," by" Mrs. Henderson
of Barnesville, led to a general dis
cussion regarding libraries in small
towns and cities.
At the business meeting held Sat
urday afternoon the following offi
cers were elected for the ensuing
year Recording secretary, Miss
Anna Tennant, Fergus Falls, corre
sponding secretary, Mrs. A. A Miller,
Crookston, treasurer, Mrs. F. H. Alex
ander, Barnesville.
The district vice president elected
at the state federation meeting acts as
president for the district, and Mrs G.
O. Welch was elected this year. The
women of the Moorhead federation
were so much pleased with the ad
dress by Governor La Follette Fri
day evening that they arranged to
have him deliver it in that city under
their auspices, and telegraphed home
to have it advertised immediately.
Erect Form 930 is exactly like Style 919,
But made of white and drab imported
coutil. trimmed with fall of lace and %m
ribbon bow. Sizes 20 to $ 9 0 0
$1.6for
0
Mode fo
d fan
in undue
- coutil and
Erect Form 924 For medium nsrures.
Low bust, loiyr over hips and abdomen. ^
In white and drab starling cloth and . -
black sateen. Sizes 18 to # 1 Oil
36 r . . vliVll
Erect For 926 Fox
$1.50
lastingdoto . SizesJWto-80 0 VVI WU W Jtoa30 u VH
WEINGARTEN BROS,, Makers, 32T-379 Broadway, New York
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Ladies' fleeced union suits, white AO*.
or grey, two styles ^OC
.$1.98 don suits ,
Ladies' heavy merino vests and pants,
white or grey, silk trimmed vests, r\On
trench band drawers VO C
Ladies' fine yi silk, j wool vests and
pants, beautifully trimmed and AQ
finished, $2.00 values 1 .TO
Ladies' fine black equestrienne AQ
s2.98 $1.25
tights, $31.50 value VoC
Seeond Floor.
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The genuine Welsbach
light is as restful to your eyes
as it is to your pocketbook.
All Dealers.
ff/JHimil
GS.bmekea.vo.
BEST BUTTER, J4-GAL.. JARS, $1.27.
Rich Brick Cheese, per lb, 12%c.
Butterine, 2-lb prints, 26c.
Pure Lard, per lb, 9c.
Heinz's Mince Meat, per lb, 15c.
Boiled Cider, qt bottles, 26c.
Barber's "White Satin Flour, 98-lb
sacks, $2.35.
Good Navy Beans, per qt, 7c.
Choice Japan Rice, per lb, 6 c.
New Buckwheat, 10-lb bags, 36c.
Pickwick Blend of Mocha and Java
Coffee, 27c, or four lbs., for $1.
Nutmegs, per oz, 3 c.
Fancy imported Macaroni, spe
cial, 9 c
Choice "White Potatoes, per bu, 64c
Onions, Beets, Turnips. Parsnips or
Carrots, per peck, 9c.
Hubbard Squash, each 5c.
Peppers, large, sweet, 3 for 10c
Large Cabbage, each 3c.
New Citron, per lb, 18c.
Saltanna Seedless Raisins, per
lb, 18c.
Seeded Raisins, per lb package, 12c
Cleaned Currants, per pkg, 7%c.
MONARCH SOAP, 10 LARGE BARS,
3 5c
Witch Hazel, double strength, qt
bottles, 28c.
Toilet Paper, large rolls, per doz,
48c
Ammonia or Bluing, qt bottles, 6 c.
Port Wine, absolutely pure, 5-year-
"* old, per gal., $1.00.
Cherry Brandy, per gal, 70c.
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, per bottle.
88c
Iler's Malt Whiskey, per bottle, 68c
Old Crow Whiskey, full qt bottles,
80c.
* A. B^ C. Beer, made from Bohemian
hops, per case, $2.50.
CHICHESTER'S PILLS
^^eSTv . jOrlfteal and Omtr Genuine.
mediuymlonfigures.roveg Veryah^rtm hip and extremel
abdomen. Of white and drab^ sterihr
cloth andlblack sateen. Sizes
18 to
MM ribbta. Take a* ether. Betas*
btow*4Is*ttaaMw. AfkTMf
DnMSbt,rm 4 MateIstumpstorFa*
cteaJara, Testljaseaiate sad Bo*kU
$1,
^ Patrons of Journal want columns
are requested to have their copy In
the office by 11:30 o'clock on Satur
day In order tp insure proper classifi
cation In that evening's Issue.
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